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The Jewish Floridian ( October 26, 1945 )

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1 fl teAwiislbJEIIiDipidliiaun /V^^T H E JEWISH UNlT7 ami IF WISH WEEKLY iME 18—NUMBER 43 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS BEACH POST iBE INSTALLED institution of Jewish Veterans, Miami Beach 330, and installation of Irs will bo held 8 p. m. SunKit the Miami Beach Elks 720 West avc., Miami Jamil) Kaufman of Tren[N. J., past national cornier of JWV and holder of Congressional Medal of %  r, will be the principal ys. A dance and enterhenl in the outdoor patio follow the installation to the public is invited. H. Hyman, general manA Florida Power and L will present the national and standard, which he is ling to the post. Ac01 the colors will be by Samuel Rivkind before btalls the officers. |ai>l Fciden, national vice jiunder of the southern has been selected as instiofficer. The program Talso include an address by Frink, mayor of Miami ., invocation by Rabbi fc Mescheloff, introductory Irks by Dan Roth, and beneTm by Rabbi Irving Lehrfcmbcrship in the newly offed post is open to all er servicemen of World and II and all men now |e service. :fiau Fiends Go On Trial IANKFURT (JTA) — Fifty nans who are charged with [murder of over 7,000 Jews I the Dachau concentration will go on trial next fth in the first large war les proceedings in the trican zone. It will also be [first prosecution of Germans crimes against other Ger|S. Dl. Leon Jawerski, who will fn charge of the trial, esties that at least 6,000 Jews ;it Dachau from ordinary treatment and torture, while where between 1,000 and died as a result of medical (enments performed upon The first of the defenIts to be tried, he said, will nh" doctors who conducted fce experiments, most of en are in custody. Jews who ^pcd death at Dachau will far as witnesses. The trial be held on the premises of I camp. [DL Appoints *-w Assistant Appointment of Gilbert J. |kin as assistant director of Florida regional office, Antilamation league of B'nai pin. has been announced by "Drue J. Talianoff, Florida repal director. Mr. Balkin will Jye from Chicago with his and child to start work • 15. .native of St. Louis, Mo., wt^-vMi h**"*! w ocivivcuica t in ?:. ; l aS J r w C arrivalin Miami and women, GI loans to help veterans establish themselves and their families in civilian life, postwar education for boys who left school to ao to war, a journey home for battle-weary can 'ty."' lg men, maintenance and pay for those still in the armed services, tend the CO j er g n ^ e 2 He has | termination of war contracts, maintenance of occupational bought V 'a message concerning j f orce s, maintenance of large postwar Navy, other obligations Palestine from Colombian Presi| -j^^g directly out of the war. dent Alberto L. Camargo. Shapiro on his arrival in h Monday. Senator Samper is the first of* a group of Latin American representatives who.will ati if i .i 8



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PAGE TWO Jen1st fhridliiar PERSONALLY SPEAKING JOURNEY'S END .... Ma\. Milton Saslaw, first Miami doctor to volunteer his services to the Army five years ago, is back in Miami on separation leave till February. Maj. Saslaw served 18 months in Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Levine of New Jersey are making their home at 1421 S. W. 13th st. now that Mr. Levine is out of the Army after three years' duty. While the former corporal was in service, his wife resided with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Abend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon will arrive in Miami today after spending a week in Cleveland where Mr. Gordon attended a funeral director's convention. Mr. and Mrs. B Cohen and baby son, Gilbert, have returned to their home, 11 S. W. 38th ct., after a month's stay in Brooklyn Home also is Mrs. Morris Plant who spent four months in New York and Conecticut visiting her children and grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs Sherman J. Tobin, who were married in Cleve-' land Sept. 2, have returned from their honeymoon trip through Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York. The bride is the former Miss Anna Ruth Finn of Akron. The couple, now making their home at 849 Lenox ave, met while both were attending Ohio State university. Mr. Tobin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin. ... I. Goldberrg returned to his home, 1719 Jefferson ave., this week after a sojourn in Battle Creek, Mich. Jane Broner is back in town at the El Mirasol. Sarn Paetro, 980 W. 48th St., has completed a business trip to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Trau, 4574 Nautilus dr.. have arrived home after three months in Indiana, Cleveland and New York. Mr and Mrs Joseph Manheimer have returned to their home, 16 Phoenetia ave, Coral Gables, after spending five months with their son. Dr. Stephen Manheimer, director of Mt. Sinai hospital, Chicago. ... Mr. and Mrs Hy Coverman got in town Wednesday to visit Mrs. Coverman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ade'lman Mr. Coverman wes recently discharged from the Army after his return horn overseas. The couple j plans to make our city their home. Mi and Mrs. Jack Zubin will arrive from Buffalo today to visit Mrs. Zubin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sindey Levenson, 512 12th St., Miami Beach. Mr. Zubin was recently discharged from the Army as a sergeant after four years in service. He was overseas from the beginning of the African campaign until recently and received a citation from Gen. Mark Clark. Mr. and Mrs David Adlerbaum, 1820 S. W. Sixth st., have returned from a thre' months' vacation in Chicago. Their daughl ter, Mrs. Israel Slotsky, and two-month-old granddaughter, Myrna Ethel, came back to Miami with them. Spending his DR. HERBERT FEINBERG .n :• %  m 'In: %  ;• %  • %  l-1 Recently discharged from the United states Army Announ ea the re-openlm of hi* office At THREE HUNDRED ELEVEN LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA PHONE 58-2226 Always Up Never Down &f &f &f AS FEWER AND FEWER FAMILY PLOT LOCATIONS BECOME AVAILABLE HERE, AS MORE AND MORE IMPROVEMENTS BEAUTIFY THE BURIAL ESTATE, AS PRICES GO UP IN THE YEARS AHEAD, YOUR OWN FAMILY PLOTSELECTED NOW—CAN ONLY GAIN IN VALUE. WHY NOT RESERVE, NOW, ONE OF THE PREFERRED LOCATIONS STILL AVAILABLE AT VERY MODERATE PRICES? TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 ninth season in Miami Beach. Dr. Elias Wagner, Buffalo optometrist, is stopping at the Blackston hotel. Dr. Wagner has sight daughters, all of whom are married, and 15 grandchildren. His daughters have founded their own Sisters' club. Dr. wagner expects a visit from several members of his family including Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Gray of Newark, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sultanik of Buffalo and a third daughter. Mrs. Lilian Carrel Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Charner are spending their honeymoon at the Congress hotel. They were married in New York Sept. 30. Mrs. Charner is the former Ruth Weiss. The newlyweds were recently honored at a dinner at the Latin Quarter. Mrs. Augusta Stone has returned to the Blackstone after a four-month vacation in New York. Virginia, Canada and New England. She spent several days with her grandson. Richard Stone, at Cambridge. Mass.. where he is a student at Harvard. AROUND THE TOWN Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig have bought a home on Di Lido Isle. Nat Roth was unanimously reelected president of the Florida Fashion Mart Sunday night during, the fashion exhibition given by state manufacturers. This is Roth's sixth term as president. Othei local men %  lected wi re !'< rry Radin, treasurer, and Elmer Warren, secretary, Larry Friedman is new manager of the recently r< lecrat d Mayflowi r hoti I, 1702 Alton id. Dr. Max Tendiich, a recent gradu Loy< la Dental school in Chicago, is now .i dental intern at the U. S. Marine hospital, Baltimore. Dr. i nd Mrs. Tendiich visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ti ndrich, a few weeks ago. Rabbi Max Shapiro was .must speaker at the Coral Gables Lions club luncheon Wednesday and at the anniversary banquet for the hard of hearing Sunday in observance of national hearing week. Los Rohde's band at the Olympia is using a new song as its theme this week. The song. "When you knock, knock, knock at my door," was written by Marie Deskins and S. Sgt. William Tanner. Al Mercur is opening his Hollywood Show Bar at 100 W. Flagler around'Nov. 15. Albert B. Bernstein. 150 S. E. Fourth St., has joined the faculty of the U. of M. Law school as a lecturer in taxation. He is a graduate of the U. of Georgia and Columbia Law school. George Goldberg is out of the hospital after a bout with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosenstein. 4450 Post ave., Miami Beach, had triple cause to celebrate Sunday night at Kitty Davis'—their 25th wedding anniversary and the release of both their son. Joseph, and their son-in-law. Lt. Fred TRAVEL VIA PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER HAVANA MEXICO SO. AMERICA FARR TOURS 1247 Washington Ave. Phone 58-1694 "Farr Touri Are Far Better" GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Havs your roof repaired now; you will uvt on a nw roof latar "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 Grossberg, from the service. Thenr son. who is married and has a young daughter, served in the Army for three years until his discharge early this month. He was a first lieutenant. Lt. Grossberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Grossberg. was discharged Monday after being in the air corps for about two and one-half years. His wife is the former Esther Rosenstein. Mr. and Mrs. Nat H. Hochman, formerly of Jersey City. N. J., now residents of Miami Beach, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Oct. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Hochman, formerly of Jersey City, N. J., came to Miami Beach with their daughters, the Misses Adele, Rita and Brenda Hochman. Mrs. Hochman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Miss Ruth Wolkowsky will leave tomorrow to resume her studies for a master's degree in music at the University of Michigan where she was graduated last June. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rothschild left last Sunday for a six weeks business trip through the South. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Manual Levin have gone to Montreal for their honeymoon, following their marriage last Thursday at Beth David. They will stop in New York for ten wreks before going to Atlanta where they will make their home temporarily at the Ansley hotel. Mrs. Levin is the former Adele Segall. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Philip Segall. Myron L. Alpert of Miami Beach flew to New York last week to visit his father who was ill. Sgt. Murray Miller is leaving today for Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga.. after FRIDAY, OCTOBER Mb being stationed at i lor several months s, son of Mr, and S| was a prisoner dL 4 months las, winter J*t, • • • Sam Barken u?b has gone to New York*,* his wife, Barbara, X,, s erating after an own,?* Dan Salsbury of v^ left yesterday after s I %  %  ..mnm, nm*~0 ~~**>~********>**m*m0* m mmn, ., r < ._ PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 "A FRIEND III HEED" 2008 W. FLAGLEB n _ri_ ANNOUNCING CHANGE OF LOCATION REV. S. I. FRIEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE NOW AT 214 4th STREET MIAMI BEACH Religious Books, Torahs, Talaisim. Tllm. MHUZ.II, Mentalach, etc. A large variety of Palestine and American Hebrew novelties. Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. 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ly, OCTOBER 26, 1945 1 'CELLIST York music critics are [their most enthusiastic ad|es in describing the work nnard Rose. 26-year-old 'cel|oni Miami. who is first 'cellist with F.' Y. Philharmonic orchesJiade his debut in the recital |at Town Hall, Oct. 12. Here the critics received him: Y. World Telegram: "Mr. is importanet 'cello play[h stems from the mind, the and, it would not be too fctc-lied to say, the soul. For is a musician whose gifts iborn." J Y. Times: "Mr. Rose ... is (possessor of a remarkably I :md accurate technique; \s from the 'cello a fine tone, and has interpretive [which more experienced ar[ might well envy." Y. Post: "He combines the kniic energy of youth with laturo musicianship and an imagination.'" The N. Y. Herald Tribune of his "superlative musifehip." "impeccable taste,' "extraordinary musical perl


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PAGE FOUR vjewist ftcridton ""PAY, OCTOBER UPA ASKS TRUMAN AID FOR JEWISH SURVIVORS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) taken by the British Government. Sen. Fullbright suggested that if the British are afraid that they might become involved in controversies beyond their power to control, they should give up the mandate to the United Nations Organization to administer under the Trusteeship Council as provided in the United Nations Charter. Dorothy Thompson charged Ibn Saud with an attempt to blackmail the United States on the question of Palestine. Commenting on the exchange of correspondence between President Roosevelt and the Arab leader which was made public several days ago. Miss Thompson emphasized that the British and American Governments endorsed the establishment of a Jewish national home with the clearly expressed intention that it be ultimately set up as a Jewish state. She also stressed the fact that formal agreements were made with the Arabs through Emu Feisel, who gave his official approval of the program for the reconstruction of j the ancient Jewish homeland. WASHINGTON, (JTA> — The first public session of the International War Crimes Tribunal opened in Berlin last Friday j with the presentation by the Al; lied prosecutors of a 35,000-word indictment, charging twenty' four U>D Nazi leaders and the German High Command with various crimes against humanity and placing squarely upon them the guilt for the extermination of 5.700,000 Jews in Europe since tinoutbreak of the war in 1939. Tlu' Nazi persecution of the Jews runs like .< thread throughout the whole 41-page indictment. The document charges that while "implementing their master race' policy, the conspirators joined in a program of relentless persecution of the Jews, designed to exterminate them. Annihilation of the Jews became an official state policy, carried out both by official action and by incitements to mob and individual violence. The conspirators openely avowed this purpose." Quoting from the anti-Jewish speeches of Alfred Rosenberg, Robert Ley, Julius Streicher and other defendants who constantly emphasized that not a single Jew must be left alive in Europe, the indictment says: "These avowals and incitements were typical of the declarations of the Nazi conspirators through the course of their conspiracy. The program of action against the Jews included disfranchisement, stigmatization, denial of civil rights, subjecting their persons and property to violence, deportation, enslavement, enforced labor, starvation, murder and mass extermination." The murder and ill-treatment of Jews and other groups of the civilian populations were carried out by divers means, the document reports. These included shooting, hanging, gasing, starvation, gross overi crowding, systematic underI nutrition, systematic imposition of labor beyond the strength of I those ordered to carry them out. 1 inadequate provision of surgical and medical service, kickings, | beatings, brutality and torture I of all kinds, including the use of hot irons and pulling out of fingernails and the performance of experiments by means of operations and otherwise on living human subjects." VAAD ENDORSES TWO MOREJUTCHERS The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus through its executive director Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky informs the public that at the last executive board meeting it was duly resolved to grant supervision and endorsement to the following butchers: Willie Malter of Matter's Kosher Market. 436 Collins ave., Miami j Beach, and Reb Berelle. of Reb. Berelle's Poultry Market. 237 I Collins ave.. Miami Beach. The Vaad also announces that j Kenholz's Market. 415 Espanola | way, Miami Beach, which was | endorsed previously, will make deliveries in the city of Miami until the committee grants its supervision and endorsement to a butcher in Miami. GLOBETROTTER TO JOIN FLORIDIAN STAFF (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) pean countries, including Palestine and Egypt. He was a guest at a dinner given for the Duke of Windsor, then the Prince of Wales, in Paris. A delegate for the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, he attended an annual western division meeting in Honolulu. Binder is past president of the B'nai B'rith Bcvcrley Hills lodge. Temple B'nai Israel of Sacramento, Life Underwriters association. San Francisco Optimists club, American War Dads chapter and is currently president of the Medical Foundation of America. He has received numerous citations from the U. S. Treasury department and other government agencies for the participation in fund raising and bond selling. Binder came to Miami five months ago from California. A. I. TOBIN HURT IN ATLANTA ACCIDENT Struck by a car while he was crossing the street last Tuesday in Atlanta. A. J. Tobin is now at the St. Joseph's Infirmary in Atlanta. Mr. Tobin sustained a fractured collar bone and fractured leg. Mrs. Tobin and their daughter, Mrs. Ted Markow, flew to Atlanta to be with Mr. Tobin. Mrs. Tobin will return to Miami with her husband in about two weeks. Mrs. Markow returned early this week. Mr. Tobin and his son-in-law were attending a bottlers' convention when the accident occurred. Mr Markow was with Tobin at the time, but was not injured. COMMITTEES NAMED FOR CENTER DRIVE Officers spurring the drive for the half-million-dollar expansion of the Miami Beach Jewish Center met recently at the Blackstone hotel to appoint the first five functioning committees. Listed to date are the initial | gifts committee, special gifts, I legal committee, architects' committee and tourist committee. Heading the initial gifts division is Samuel Friedland, chairman. Committee members are Mayer Frankel, Isadore Goldberg. Nathan Glosser, Joseph M. Rose. Harry Sirkin and Alfred Stone. Chairman of special Rifts is Joseph M. Rose, Working with him will be Joseph Lipton, Shepard Broad, Leo Eisenstein and Morris Newmark. The tourist committee, with Alex Sussman, chairman, consists of Sam Bernstein, N. H. Darsky and Mayer Frenkel. Chairman of the legal committee is Herman Berk. Alfred Stone is chairman of the architects' committee. His committee members include Samuel Friedland, Nathan Glosser, Abe Goodman, Nat H. Hankoff, Joe Lipton, Joseph M. Rose and Harry Sirkin. Further working committees are in process of formation. The fund-raising campaign is expected to begin shortly and will feature several nationally known speakers. BJE TO ELECT NEW OFFICERS There's a big job ahead. Be ready to subscribe to the Victory Loan. 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 it One compact lightweight Ail-lnOne case. A revelation in hear, ing. Fcr Demonstration call, write or phone R. E. WARWICK. Distributor 163 N. E. 79th St. Phone 7-9855 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 "NOW OPEN" BROWN DERBY ROADHOUSE DINING AND DANCING 8 A. M. TO 2 A. M. LIQUORS CHOICE WINES STEAK AND SEA FOOD SPECIALS A LA CARTE SERVICE AT ALL TIMES 400 SEATING CAPACITY N. W. 7th AVENUE AT 60th ST. 78-2339 Board of directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education will m e e t Wednesday evening to elect officers. Members will be notified by mail where the meeting will be held. At the reorganization meeting of the Bureau Tuesday, representatives of organizations and congregations were present. A nominations committee was appointed. CAPITAL FUNDS ISSUE AWAITS DECISION Negotiattions by the Miami Y in its effort to seek aproval of an independent capital funds campaign will continue this afternoon when represetatives of the Y. the United Jewish Building Fund Campaign and Federation meet in Federation offices. Hillel. another participant in the UJBFC. is also expected to engage in a separate drive. The Hillel Advisory council will meet Monday to take action on a proposal to run a drive this year. Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. If You're Run Down 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, Neuritis and many other diseases. APPOINTMENT ONLY Hydro Therapy Clinic I WANT MY MILK An Ethical Institution 39 S. E. 6th Street Phone 2-8396 DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St.. Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED I ',.(. |H< >l m if im itl id MM llri • il llu u i if Moll h Telephone 58-2979 FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk ProducUDacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Out Farm at 8200 N. W. 32nd Str~t BJE ORGANIZES HEBREW CIRCLE Adults who speak and understand Hebrew are invited to attend the first gathering of the Hebrew speaking circle, 8 p. m. Sunday at the home of D. Friedman. 1030 Washington ave. The group is being organized by the Bureau of Jewish Education. Further information may be obtained by calling 3-5858. Nationally known iJ apear in a series of,** and lectures spontoS Greater Miami jffiff committcfronT' through April. Ceha Adler, "fir,, y Yiddish theater.' ife series at the Miami Be*, school Nov. 11 with ^' program. ""I On Dec. 5, Dr. *—%  recently returned from pJ will lecture at Tempi, Irving Davidson. InXJ appear Jan. 3 at M. aifi' The Ian three pr^, be given by Cantor fill terman. tenor, who will, Feb 7 at M. B. High Delakova and Berk jMarch 3. M. B. High ichoj! Leonard Rose, first eStl the N. Y. Philharmonicc April 24. So far, eight organ have affiliated with the d committee. They are the and Miami Beach Ts a Bureau of Jewish M*m Which were instrument forming the committee, pk Jewish National Worker* ance, the National ChiH Cardiac Home, the NsCouncil of Jewish Womesi National Home for Jewish ( dren in Denver. Several i groups are considering the committi i Season tickets are priced l including tax. Student t will cost $2.50. They may! tained from the two Ysaiw, Bureau of Jewish Educauct BOOK STORE MOVE | The Rev. S. J. Freedmani nounces the removal of his | brew book store to 214 P^ St., Miami Beach. Rev. Fa man carries a full line of I isim, tefilin. books, Be Torah mantles, flags and novelties. Hesupplies Sifn( uch for the Hebrew s< AFTER TWO AND ONE-HALF YEARS OF SERVICE IN THE U. S. ARMED FORCES SOLAS A. LOW, M. D. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE PRACTICE LIMITED TO PROCTOLOGY (DISEASES OF THE ANUS AND RECTUM SUITE 403 OLYMPIA BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA TELEPHONE 2-0198 OFFICE HOURS 2 P. M. 5 P. M. AND BY APPOINTMENT Rate AUkhi New York Millinery Stylist LOCATED AT 107 FEDERAL ARCADE — 35 N. W. FIRST ST. PHONE 2-0791 Will make original models only. Also restyle your last season's hat into the latest mode. Match any color and m* hats from your own fabric to go with your suit or dre* re ^p^ToZJtZ* ROHAN* Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnish* Full Line of HARDWARE... Mechanical Tool* Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Own •4106 ROYAL MIAMI B P*'



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OCTOBER 26. 1945 *knislfkridkin PAGE FIVE mism and The Council rinciples and of the It Organization DR. M. A. LIPKIND sm is a movement which solve the age-old probof Jewish homelessness i the establishment of %  no as the national homebr the Jewish people. Zionthe same time, strives for iral and spiritual renaisof the Jewish people in ver countries they may reZionist aim is contained i official platform formuBt the first Zionist congress oed at Basle, Switzerland, J7, by Dr. Theodore Herzl, bunder of modern Zionism, ds: "Zionism aims to secure ,e Jewish people a national in Palestine guaranteed by ijational law." nists insist on Palestine as a Jewish homeland bethe history of the Jewish %  e is inextricably inter|D with Palestine. It was in Itine that the Jewish prophpreached monotheism and ithical concent of the brothof man. Through the centhe continuous historic Ration of the Jewish people Palestine has never been onism achieved one of its with the Balfour declaraEDITORS NOTE: In this issue, the Jewish Floridian is beginning a symposium between the American Council for Judaism and the Zionists. Each week for the next four weeks, a local member of each group will write an article on an assigned subject. The topic for this week concerns the principles, aims and ideals of the Zionists and the Council. Dr. M. A. Lipkind and Benjamin E. Bronston are covering the subject for their respective organizations. ONAHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 SW. 8th Street | Hours 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. Sundays 8 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 tion issued on Nov. 2, 1917. It was substantiated later by the creation of the Palestine mandate endorsed by fifty-two nations who incorporated in the preamble theiri recognition of the historic connection of the Jewish people with Palestine. Zionists believe that the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine will not only provide a permanent home and security for millions of homeless and up-rooted Jews, but will also serve to remove the stigma of "wanderers" from the Jewish people and eliminate the fundamental disability under which the Jews live as compared with other peoples. Moreover, the existence of a Jewish national homeland will serve as a source of spiritual strength and provide a cultural center for the Jews of the world. Zionists maintain that the Jews constitute a people or nationality, possessing all the attributes of nationhood except for the fact that since their exile from Palestine they have lacked a national homeland. Zionism is the direct antithesis of assimilationalism. When Theodore Herzl, the founder of modern Zionism, rejected the goal of political emancipation set up by 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 ptometrist-Opticlan Pnn 5-2343 For a Reed Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner — Go to the OCEAN_VIEW_HOTEL Kosher Ji ** Restaurant 158 Ocean Drive — Miami Beach For Reservations Phone 5-3462 HERBERT'S RESTAURANT 2200 WEST FLAGLER STREET 1 Lt*d by David and Florence Schiller Formerly• at !Howard Ijohnson'a Flayer Street Store Serving full u e "•'• **.JKS lerate Price* 7 Herbert's Supreme Ice Cream made on premises. All Meals Prepared vnder the Supervision of the Popular I. Leb of Miami Beach IIHIWIinilllWIIMIIIIBIM-BHIWHIl TOUBY PAINTING CO. HIM 'THRU BW 1H 3 50COI LicmEOAUpb/somoCoifTMAcms 669 N.W. d^ Street. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA • j 4lUIIHB1lll"""" IIIIBIIIIHIIIIBIIIIB>ilB the Haskalah movement, he did it because he recognized this end could be realized only through assimilation. He demanded that the world recognize the Jews as a nation and restore them to their homeland as a selfgoverning body. Herzl's prophesy about the future of the German Jews is significant in the light of present occurrances. If more than one hundred years of assimilation have not prevented the Germans from segregating and outlawing their Jews, then the principle of assimilation as a solution to the Jewish problem must be discarded. Zionists believe that a Jewish national home in Palestine is the only solution to the problem of finding a haven of refuge for the homeless and stateless European Jews. Some of these unfortunate Jews will either be unable to adjust themselves in their home or will be unwilling to live in places where they have witnessed too much persecution and brutality. Zionists, furthermore, believe that a large number of European Jews would prefer to live in Palestine regardless of improved conditions in their own countries. They have reason to doubt whether the restriction on immigration now operating in all the countries will ever be relaxed. Zionists say that the achievements of the Jews in Palestine have created the possibility for increased mass settlement of Jews both in agriculture and industry. Besides, Palestine is the only country in the world where Jewish immigrants would be received with open arms. The Zionist program is supported by the great majority of 1 American Jewry. The democratically elected representatives of more "than two million American Jews, representing every important Jewish organization, group and community in the country, assembled Sept. 1. 1943 in the American Jewish Conferesce. With only four of the 502 delegates dissenting, they adopted a resolution on Palestine demanding that its gates be opened to Jewish immigration; that the Jewish agency be vested with authority to direct and regulate immigration into Palestine, and to develop the agricultural and industrial possibilities of the country to the maximum. These measures, the resolution goes on to say, "constitute the essential prerequisites for the attainment of a Jewish majority and for the recreation of the Jewish Commonwealth," which is the objective of the Jewish people. Zionists voice their protests in no uncertain terms, against the negation of sacred promises and nullification of signed agreements made by the British government. We have the moral support of the great majority,of American Jews and of many influential non-Jews. American Zionists give their undivided support to the Palestinian Jews who are at this hour poised for a life and death struggle for their freedom and their human rights. The Zionist movement is confronted with grim realities with harsh facts, with a dreadful catastrophe. That we still have among us a handful of Jews who. obhvious to immediate needs, orcfer to argue about theories ana definitions and to sabotage our endeavors.makes our problem more tragic. But we Zionists are the optimists of Jewish life, because we %  neak of the indestructibility of ^/people and the futility of all that our enemies may do. We shall ultimately triumph because all elements of Justice. Statesmanship and Religion in fhe whole world are on our side. The Aims and the Objectives of the American Council for Judaism, Inc. By BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON The American Council foi Judaism of which Lessing J. Rosenwald is its President and Rabb" Elmer Berger who is its executive director, is assisted by some of the country's outstanding rXens of the Jewish faith. Just to mention a few of the many are Rabbi Louis Wolsey of Philadelphia. Rabbi Louis Binstock „f rhiraeo Rabbi Irving E. £icnertTsan Francisco.Rabbi Jffi? ^oS-rF?in?S York Mrs. Sidney C. Borg of principles: Religion is the Basis of Unity Among Jews. Religion unites our fellow-Jews wherever they live. Religion need not be confined to a country as national ties do, but is a universal bond of which Christianity is a living example. Therefore, Judaism as in the past is the only hope for the future of world Jewry and will keep us united as fellow co-religionists to live as free men in a free world. 2. Jews Should Consider Themselves Nationals of Those Countries in Which They Live, and Those Lands Their Homelands. "When a Jewish body asks that special representatives be seated, as Jews, in the councils of nations it is by implication maintaining that Jewry is a separate nationality, and that Jews should be treated, not as Americans or Englishmen or Frenchmen or Germans or Palestinians, but as something else—as persons with an allegiance which differs from that of all other citizens of their countries." We firmly believe that a Jew being part of an intricate society should have* no political aspirations other than those of his fellow citizens. 3. The United Nations Should Provide Resettlement Under the Best Possible Conditions to all Uprooted Victims of Naxi Persecution. The Potsdam Past and the United Nations Charter provide the right of Jews as of all men, to live anywhere and enjoy the privileges of citizenship as long as they obey the laws of the land. The need to find homes for the displaced Jews, the ability of Palestine to absorb such unfortunates, their desire to go there, are facts that require consideration not only among Jews, but Christians and Moslems alike. Numerous localities throughout the world besides PALESTINE, must be found where resettlement can be effected for these displaced people. It is the responsibility of the United Nations, to allow immigration to all countries, and PALESTINE due to its splendid accomplishments should continue to be one of the places where resettlement should be fostered. In such a country Jews will be Palestinians of the Jewish faith as we here are Americans of the Jewish faith. 4. Any Hopeful Future for Jews in Palestine Depends Upon the Ultimate Establishment of a Democratic Government There. The first step in this direction is to hold a plebiscite. The people of Palestine by an election should determine the form of self-government that should be administered, where Jews, Moslems and Christians shall be justly represented. This will preserve not only what the Jews cherish in Palestine, but will open the land, which has cradled so many religions, to all. In conclusion, the American Council for Judaism is opposed to the establishment of a Jewish National State in Palestine or anywhere else, with the establishment of a Jewish army. a Jewish flag, and a Jewish National anthem. It is also opposed to all philosophies that stress radicalism, nationalism and homelessness of the Jews as injurious to their interests wherev : er they live. "The entire Nazi strategy on Jews was built on a propaganda making Jews out as a separate people. Civilizations answer to Nazism must reject the Nazi thesis." The above outlined principle* are also in my opinion the only position that democratic citizens of the Jewish faith can take with logical consistency, human dignity and ethical fairness. A Chapter or the American Council for Judaism, Inc.. has been formed here in Miami and is known as SOUTHERN FLORIDA CHAPTER, P. O. Drawer No. 750, Miami. Its officers and directors are: President, Benjamin E. Bronston; vice-presidents. Arthur S. Kahn, Dr. F. H. Fisher, Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein; secretary, Harry Boy ell; treasurer, Henry Hirsch; planning committee. Herbert U. Feibelman, chairman; Dr. Carl N. Herman. West Palm Beach; Rabbi D. L. Zielonka, Tampa, Fla,; Albert B. Bernstein, Alvin Cassell, Dr. Frank Coret, Herbert S. Gimbel, Maurice Luxenberg. Frank A. Perlman, Herbert A. Simon, Harry V. Simons. Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub. oak for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't Inspected Demand It! 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PAGE SIX 9-Jewisl)Fk)rk0ian FRIDAY, %Jaifl Mb Floddg op ; -.1 • % %  > Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3, 1879 OCT0BQ, Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months, $2.00; 2 Years, $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor Miami 18, Florida, Friday, October 26, 1945 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 43 HESHVAN 19, 5706 Miami 18 Digest ..f the mall received at Jewish Vu.ildlan poet office box. Palestine Arab party proclaims general Strike for Nov. 2. 28th anniversary of Balfouideclaration UFA sets $51., 59.405 budget for coming year ur. Baruch Levin hopes to produce 40 million units of crude penicillin a month at Hebrew university in Jerusalem Zionist groups form Youth Immigration Coordinating committee to act as advisory body in fund-raising here for sending Jewish youth to Palestine Histadrut building cooperative to construct l.h&u homes before June /* l w Yorkers stage open-air ra ly to back Jewish Palestine's fight for freedom this week Hadassan convention reasserts positive Palestine policy Homer Maertz and other Christian front leaders jailed in N. Y. on complaint of JWV commander Anti-Nazi league urges N. Y. Hotel association to bar meetings of hate groups Yiddish Scientific Institute studies German Nazi in Germanv are improving so rapidlv that winter should create no serious suffering among them B'nai B'rith to give medallion to Henry Morgenthau^ Jr.. at tes7. THE TRIALS BEGIN... The major German war criminals have been served with copies of their indictments and the trials are scheduled to begin very shortly. Confronted with the imminence of justice to be meted out to them, the newspapers report that many of these Nazis are expressing religious thoughts and that Goering in particular is showing a keen interest in the Old Testament. It is too bad that a little religion did not percolate in their minds before committing their atrocities. They might then not be requiring this penitence. The war criminals trial is not a means of obtaining vengeance, although Heaven knows ii ever vengeance were jus, tilled it would be in the present case. It is necessary that the scholarship and sc.once in Nazi trials proceed in such a way that such criminals in the future I ^^"ho^g'^onsultant Jack may know what is ahead of them In past wars, the leaders j B el -kman reports living condihave almost always escaped. It is the small fry which has tions for displaced persons suffered from the war. The leaders who have egged it on generally have remained in sheltered places during the war and, after the war, the victors have generally been satisfied to call it quits as far as punishing the leaders was concerned. At the J end of the first World War the Allies allowed the Germans to | timonial dinner Nov try the war criminals themselves and the trials were a complete farce. This must not happen again. "What will you do," Laval was reported to have been asked, "if the Allies are victorious?" "I will simply take my hat," Laval is reported to have replied, 'and leave." "But on what will you place your hat?" Laval was asked. Laval had time to learn the force of the last question. He D£ggg JQ ENTERTAIN had counted on escaping, because for the most part the war j „ _.. D1FRS AT DANCE criminals in the past have escaped. The present trials should make it impossible for any future Lavals to count on hopes of security for themselves. ONE MEANING OF THE ATOMIC BOMB ... In accepting a certificate from Hadassah naming her as "Woman of the Year," Representative Helen Gahagan Douglas of California said: "With the arrival of the atomic era, at long last, people are faced with the necessity of learning to live together." The good lady congressman from California is here thinking undoubtedly of people living together witin their own country as much as of those living in different countries. The fact is clear that the atomic bomb makes it as much necessary for us to have domestic peace as international peace. It is clear to the simplest that it is no longer a case of war being deplored. Wars now have become impossible—unless we are to have international suicide. That much is realized by most people who have escaped the significance of the atomic bomb, but it is not so often realized that the atomic bomb also makes as menacing any of the minority groups, which lead to war and behind which the war mingers hide for a time. The atomic bomb places the Gerald Smiths and the Christian Fronters in an entirely different light. In years back, we could afford to look on such groups with some degree of tolerance. They were a menace—but they menaced generally only a minority. But today we know that they connote force, violence and ultimately, perhaps, the release of such destructive and universally annihilating force—as the atomic bomb The atomic bomb forces the most callous, the most apathetic, to revamp his attitude to these preachers of hate. BRICK TO SPEAK "TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE MUetfyeonfu .By PHINEAS J. BIRON SCOOPS. The long lived feud between the Hebrew Union college of Cincinnati and Dr. Stephen S. Wise's Jewish Institute of Religion belongs to the past. We are reliably informed that Dr. Wise will be the recipient of an honorary degree by the Cincinnati college before the year is over. Does this gesture presage an amalgamation between these two Jewish institutions of higher learning? ... Dr. Chaim Weizmann will be the guest of honor at a banquet next month in the Waldorf Astoria hotel. New York. His numerous friends will present him with a check for SI.000,000 for his chemical research laboratory in Palestine. • • Investigators in the know do not agree with columnist Victor Reisel that the end of Father Coughlin's saga has been written. How would Reisel explain the fact that strenuous efforts are being made by Coughlin's friends to get him back on the radio? ABOUT PERSONS. Cameraman E. Elisofon is just back from an exciting trip thru Europe. ... He is finishing a book that will contain food recipes in other words, a cook book. ... Is it true that the former chief Rabbi of Rome. Zoli, now a Cotholic holding a job in the Vatican, is considering a lecture tour in America? Pierre van Paasen will soon be honored with the title of Doctor of Book sometime i n this year. -n.. „. sergeant who escort? Fritz Kuhn baek^g Lubeski. Friu £ beski that ho would the States but did how. The wid Howard o* an :: ->.l Tomorrow is Navy day Eternal Light to enact drama j Divinity for his great services to based on life of Hungarian Rabbi Albeit Bettelheim. Sunday. 11 a m.. WIOD AJC sponsors new monthly magazine. Commentary, edited by Elliott E. Cohen. Miss Miriam Auslander is chairman of the Arrangement committee of the Hallowe'en dance that will be given bv the Debb's chapter. B'nai Brith Young Women, 8:30 p. m. Sunday evening at the Miami Beach Y. Music will be supplied by a BETH JACOB WOMEN TO GIVE DINNER Members of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob are preparing for their first fund TO AIC WOMEN "Anti Semitism, a Veteran's Reaction.'" will be discussed bv Archie Brick Monday afternoon ten piece band and refreshments will be free. Tickets may be obtained at the door. There is no charge for servicemen. raising event of the season, a tisn wnen ne will DC guest speaker at i At n,„ n„Ki,v !" „„.;..„ T dinner to be given at the Beth the first general meeting of the dav ..venin?. Knth^n M K f-Tr. CS Jacob Community hall on SunWomen's division. American EMM 1, KH U TL*LS£2SJewish Congress, at Temple Beth | demonstrated Thl. Sholom. He will be introduced demon day. A full course fish dinner will be served from 5:00-8:30 p. in. | by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. proArrangements are being made to j gram chairman, serve over three hundred dinners. Reservations can be made bv phoning the Beth Jacob office. 5-6150. Funds raised are to be applied towards' equipping a kitchen which is being built by the congregation in the new addition to the Community building. Members have been asked to bring bundles of new or old clean clothing to be shipped to Europe. During the recent three-dav conclave held by the Women's division. Mrs. Sol H. Leslie president, was hostess at her cosmetics skin. and dermatologist, use of proper the care of the MRS. GLASSER HEADS BEACH BOND DIVISION the cause of true Christianity. .. Leslie Hore-Belisha, Britain's ex-Minister of War. is in this country studying the newspaper and radio fields. There are rumors that Charlie Chaplin will soon begin the production of an important movie dealing with the need for a just and secure peace. YOU SHOULD KNOW. There is renewed talk about a Jewish delegation from America to the Soviet Union. The occasion will be provided by the publication of the Jewish Black PMOMLYTPEAKINGTT (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) compete for prizes for the best costumes at their Hallowe'en party Monday night. Matthew Silverstein was given a Golden Book certificate at the Zionist Luncheon club Wednesday. Ensign Judy Shohet and Abraham Goodman, national treasurer of the ZOA, were guest speakers at the meeting of the Business and Professional Women's division of Hadassah Monday night. Miss Polly Gershon announces that the group has 40 new members. Tri Beta coun cil of the Miami Y will pick an Abner and Daisy Mae to reign over the Sadie Hawkins' day festivities Nov. 3 at the Y. Miss Dot Golden is in charge of the dance. THE YOUNGER SET Stephanie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Mandels, 660 Washington ave., was born Sept. 277. Carol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rosenbaum, 1515 Euclid ave.. Sept 28. Lee Roy. son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Alfred Mayer, 6037 N. W. 24th ave., Sept. 22. Richard Alan, son of Mr and Mrs. Abraham Nathaniel Lerner, 9481 Byron ave.. Miami Beach, Sept 27. Helene Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Lebowitz, 74 Washington ave., Sept. 29. Rochelle. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Carl Greenstein, 1545 S. W. Fifth st., Oct. 8. Carol Linda, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Martin Dudley Zimmerman, 290 N. W. 40th St., Oct. 14. COUNCn, WOMEN PLAN LUNCHEON Mrs. Jack Hirsch is chairman \ nomc *? a tea honoring Mrs. Raof the affair. Ticket chairman cl ? el vixman. national executive is Mrs. Isaac Hagen. Assisting I Y, 100 President of the division. Mrs. Hirsch are the Mesdames representatives of all Jewish woSam Schachno. Abraham Levitan, Benjamin London, Rose Hayes, Lebisch Hagen, Joseph Brenner, Anne Berow. Irving Makovsky, Harry Schectman, Meyer Mescheloff, Irving Genet. Esther Bernstein. Harry Genet. Murray Hertz. William Mechlowitz, Hyman Gottesman. Harry Zellinger, Molly Budner. Rose Weiss, and Samuel Grundwerg. men's organizations of Greater Miami were present at the tea and made plans to reorganize a Federation of Jewish Women's clubs. Assisting Mrs. Leslie during the conclave were Mrs. Philip Salmon. Mrs. Emanuel Baskind Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, Mrs. A. E. Wolfe, Mrs. Louis Glasser and Miss Clara Goldenberg. Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the ladies' division for the Miami Beach Eighth War Loan SS e ILr^W Wo 'T> en ":} I of ""Jewish "Women commitf^ ,hi d i r h e r W3r b ? n 2 Wednesday, Nov. 7. at the Beach I afternoon at I Cabana club. 4323 Collins Ave.. at 12:30 p. m. Principal speaker The opening luncheon of the reception for Miami section. National Council i is coming to AmJS supervise a mov le $** Howard's life story 1? der whether the HoU^ will tell of Leslie's H, Jewish parents. Hap? will take the lead of ft Attlee forces on the p issue. Laski is detera, bring about a showdow Louise Rainer, the stja screen star, is refusing* offers because of ii motherhood. QUESTION PERIOD... Why was the daughie" Reichsminister Frank butcher of Poland and CM* highest-ranking war cna given a secretarial posiuoit the American authorita] Wiesbaden. Germany? .. come that the Zionist neglected to answer Rabbil aron's recent attack against L ism in the Baltimore Sa\\ Sholem Asch's last book' Destiny," which tries to i pret his conception of a Jn Christian civilization, is to the chagrin of the greaj thor. Isn't it strange' Credit is due to the sponstoj organizers of the School c!i ish Studies in New Yorki opened its first 12 weeks c last week. The course i provide a scientific fundao analysis of the history, ml and life of the Jewish the world over. Why an this be the beginning Jewish university? Wi Winchell has finally taken t out to second our motion to a the ex-Grand Mufti of Jen. placed on trial as a warcri Walter also confirmed our I that the ex-Mufti lives scot| in France and that the Colonial office is constdeny use him once more What's the answer"... KRAMS MARRIED IN RABBI'S HOME The wedding of Miss Fsnj Goodman, daughter of it" Mrs. Louis Goodman o. m burgh, to George Kramotaa. Beach, was performed W Moses Mescheloff in the pi his home Sunday evening. The bride was attenaea | Mrs. Esther Kram. !" *fL honor, and U^J^In fn3 maid of honor. About flrnaj and relatives attended .ti*m mony. After a short *e*8l trip, the couple will %  Miami Beach. U. OF M. SOROMTJB NAME NEW PLEDGES After a week of rushi pgj and teas. University of m sororities ribboned t .e; pledges in ceremonies last !" "pledged to-Delta Phi E^J were Arlene Abelsor %  Baj Erhech. Arlme I:'inesman. m Franzblau. Joy Freemaft m Ginzburg, Beryl G use.. J#; Glaseroff, Gloria Jjggfjl Michaels, Jackie M^"^ Ritt, Audrey Saxon. £ Schwarz, Greta Shoobe, v~ Stramer, Carol Tannc..^ Waldman, Babs Wolfe andYellin. ., phi's •" Alpha Epsilon pledges are Sonny 0"^ e Zimmerman Maxme Scn~g Beatrice Jaffe.. Mitzit n ^ Betty Bernstein, %  £ j^ Ruth Fishman, **"ySl Renee Battlcstem. Sue l# j Harriet Hart, Audrey Stern Mary Ann Rubener. w Iota Alpha *•*<%& year, has taken in ^ „ members in addition £ u> nrioinal members. „,, fle original membe,.^ n Selma Aranoff. WJJ ft* p. m. at her home, 168 Prairie Ave. Karl Lehmann. executive manager for the Florida War Fanance committee, will outline plans for the drive. Mrs. Glasser and her guests will make arrangements to operate bond booths at the various theaters and banks on the Beach. Talk can defeat— Think, act. be American! anore iaCt,U £nyr. will be Dr. James S. Thomas, district OPA director, who will speak on "Reconversion and Postwar Planning." The musical portion of the program will consist of vocal numbers by Jack Grant and piano selections by Arthur Gysarz. Mrs. Sidney Weintraub is program chairman. Shirley Chapman, *g The ^ enstat, Lenore FeWen p, Joldfield. Gale Grossrn* lores Kirschberg, Ne*S Rita" Lippman. „ R l h h '"Arli* Silence assure victory! The ori_ raine Bernstein. baum, Gloria £&t M Hirsch, Janice Mendlowit nah Rosenblatt. The / ^ pledging the national m Pi sorority. %  B^^^^HS 1 % 



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OCTOBER 26, 1945 vJewisti I'kridian PAGE SEVEN MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation _. be j ow iah Welfare Board Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service •ERVICE in civvies are the folMiami men: MaJ. David han, Miami Beach, who is ne to private practice afQB with the medical tamo Maxey^ Tex : Officer Jerome M. R.ay, Mrs^Kathleen Kay. 1342 Ave.. who served as a rdier; CpL Herman Kelwhose wife Jessica, lives S W 28 Rd., who served and a half years in the c T Sgt. Marvin S. Rubin, Iw.-rt Ave., who has six .tars on his ETO ribbon rCicc with the 446th Bomb S/Sgt. Julius H. Erstling, n. who holds the ETO ribbon r six battle stars for service %  he 446th Bomb group; CpL Dorfman, 1041 who has TO ribbon with six battle or service with the 406th squadron: CpL Bernard Stein. 1184 N. W. 61 St.. who feix battle stars for service ETO with the 398th Bomb BERT MARKS ON LEAVE WITH PARENTS HERE Ltd to the growing list of d row civilians are the loliv men who were recently ed from the armed forces tew Field separation station. i, M'Sgt. Leonard Aronrii-36 N. W. 63 St.; Sgt. Ed : W'-olf. 876 47th Ct., Miami Capt. Alvin G. Lipsich. Euclid Ave.; Second Lt. r\ Cooper, son of Mr. and Samuel Cooper, 3020 S.W. Ind Ave.; Sgt. Samuel Mor15801 Alnot Rd.; First Lt. JoD. Rosenstein, son of Mr. Mrs. Louis E. Rosenstein, Post Ave.; Sgt. Maurice hstein. 2543 Pine Tree Dr.; Ralph Grossman, 1333 MeAve. After 28 months in the Army Medical corps, Capt. Bert Marks is spending his terminal leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks, 900 16 St. Capt. Marks served 30 months in the European theatre of operations, mostly with the famous 36th Infantry division. He has had combat experience in Africa. Italy. France and Germany and wears the European theatre ribbon with five campaign stars, the invasion arrowhead for assault amphibious landings at Salerno and Southern France, the Purple Heart for being wounded at Cassino, the Bronze star, the Unit Meritorious Plaque citation and the Combat Medical badge. Mr. and Mrs. Marks have two other sons in the armed forces. T/Sgt. Charles A. Marks, in the Army air force for 42 months, is now stationed at Bergstrom field, Austin, Tex At first an airplane mechanic, he later wmked in the squadron intelligence department. He is sports editor of the squadron paper arid has been manager-catcher of the squadron and all-star softball teams, as well as manager of the basketball teams. He is publicity director of the Troop Carrier command football team composed of players from the 13 troop carrier bases in the U. S. S/Sgi. Ellis M. Marks has been in the Army Finance department since July, 1942. Overseas for 19 months, he is now stationed near Marseilles, France. According to his recent letters. he expects to join his parents and brothers for a New Year reunion. First Lt. Warren G. Brumlik has been placed on inactive duty at the ATC Miami Army air field after three years as a navigator on the Fireball Express, the world's longest, fastest air freight line. Formerly a navigator with Pan American Air Ferries, he lives with his wife, Mrs. Annilee Brumlik, at 3175 Prairie Ave. Lt. Brumlik piled up 2000 hours' flying time and says he has flown in every type of bomber in all theaters of operations. He served 19 months overseas and wears two battle stars on both the European and Asiatic-Pacific Theater ribbons. Joe Gilbert, radar man first class, has been reported missing by the Navy department. Gilbert, whose wife, Lois, and son, Joel, live at 1637 S. W. 5 St.. was j stationed on the USS Adventure, said to have been demolished in the recent typhoon at Okinawa. i Before entering the service Gilj belt worked for the Navy department. CLERGY TO DISCUSS ATOM POWER Rabbi Max Shapiro will represent the Jewish faith in a discussion of "What Are the Ethical Implications of Atomic Power?" over WIOD Saturday evening. Time of the bi-weekly half hour broadcast sponsored by the Miami Roundtable of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, has been changed to 7 p. m. Dr. Glenn C. James will represent the Protestant faith. A Catholic clergyman will also participate. Dr. H. Franklin Wil : liams of the University of Miami is moderator of the program. S/Sgt. Sherwyn Finchell. elder of two enlisted sons of Joseph Finchell, was recently discharged at Tampa having served as tail gunner with the Army air force. He wears the Presidential Unit citation, Distinguished Flying cross, air medal with three clusters and three ETO battle stars. Pfc Israel Hirschensohn. 732 10th St., has received his honorable discharge from the Army at Camp Blanding. Max Singer, Miami Beach business man, left for Camp Blanding last week to become assistant field director for the American Red Cross after taking a four-week training COIUM in Washington. Mrs. Singer and their daughter, Andrea, returned to Miami Beach from New York a few days ago. Word that their son, Capt. Morion D. Vogel, is on his way home from India after being stationed there 20 months, has reached Mr. and Mrs. I. Vogel, 2498 S. W. 15 St. Shortly after his arrival in the U. S., Capt. Vogel will visit his parents with his wife and baby, Jean Ellen, who are in New York. Capt. Vogel has never seen his 18month-old daughter. His brother, Sgt. Norman Vogel, was recently discharged after serving in the Pacific for 26 months. MISS KEATS TO WED VICTOR KAHN Mr and Mrs. Samuel J. Keats. Farrey Lane, Belle Isle, Miami Beach, announced the engagement of their daughter, Laurie, to Victor Kahn at a party at their home Sunday. The wedding will take place Nov. 28. Miss Keats atended the University of Miami. Mr. Kahn. who lives at 445 E. Di Lido dr.. is the son of Mrs. Leah Kahn and the late Abe Kahn He is a graduate of Miami High school and was recently discharged from the Army. The couple will reside in Miami Beach. BETH SHOLOM TO GIVE TEA A membership tea will be given by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom at the home of Mrs. Charles S. Tobin. 5231 N. Bay rd.. Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Tobin is honorary president of the organization. Mrs. Leon Kronish is in charge of the program which will consist of musical selections and a dramatic skit. Refreshments will be served by Mrs Leo C. Steinberg and her committee. Mrs. Leon Ell is president of the Sisterhood. Jerome E. Kemp, stationed with the 11th Air force in the Aleutian islands, has advanced to captain. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and the son of Mrs. Clementine Kemp, 900 W. 43rd Ct., Miami Beach. LflL 3343LJ YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME'' Stanley Warren Platkin, ARM 3/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward j A. Platkin, 1612 Meridian Ave., has arrived in this country from Tinian and is expected home soon. He will return to the University of Florida after his discharge; Wt OfnCtAUY REPKSEKT WE MM1 Of MM JtWrSH FUNERAL HOIKS l-.Woi.on Gladly FurniiW on ltpjl SERVING MIAMI BEACN & MUM Exclusively Jewish MMMIIIa'lll IOS. L. PLUMMER FUNERAL DIRECTOR TO ALL PERSONS seeking expert tutoring in Mathematics, French, or Hebrew. Permanent Beach resident, once living in TelAvlw, Palestine; can devote evenings, for a reasonable fee. Call Weinste.n, 5-9201, Apartment 12 AUTO DRIVING COLLEGE Guaranteed Driving in 6 Lessons. Ex-Army and Navy Instructors. Phone MBeach 5-7568, Miami 2-4922 301 S. W. SECOND AVENUE / V W SSssSV FOR RENT Double or Single Room In Private Home 950 S. 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PAGE EIGHT *j€*ist fhridiari BS OCTOBER In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach: Moses Mescheloff. rabbi; Or. thodox—Friday evening service* p. ni. Siitiirilav morning*, S:'tn a. m> Rabbi M. .-.in ioir will speak cm "What Can One See?" Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant the -service. Junior congregation service* for boys ;111• I sills "f elemental-) school .m<'. 10 a. in. Saturday. Shalos Sudoa, 6:30 p. in. Sunday school registration. H> a in. Sisterhood fish dinner. Bunday. 5-8:30 p. in. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.— Friday evening services, 5:43 i. in. Saturday morning services 9 a. m. Dally services at 8 a. m. nnd 5:30 p. in. Junior congregation services will he held at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah. 1545 S. W. Third St.. Saturday at 9 a. in BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. 130 N. W. Third Ave., Max Shapiro, rabbi: Conservative—l'i lda> evening sen i. e, v 13 ;• m. Saturday, S : :< in. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Friedman ill officiate. Student services, Saturday, |o:so .* in. Sunday school, I" n m II. bri school, dally, Monday through Tl ,\.t\ Pan nts ai % %  urged '.. contai I in. office if their i hildi el • %  %  • bus • ransportat on i" religious school Young Jutlea groups undei the leadership of Mrs Sam Kirschner and Mi B, Ali \ Stli i" : 111 hold their first meeting "f the term 1:30 p m. Monday in Beth David Auditorium Tin groups are sponsored jointly by IVth I lavld .mil the Hureau ot Je Ixh Bducatlon. The Bar Mltzva i luh foi OVH 12J ,r ..v.. Bnd girls who bavi beer confirmed is in the process of The Bar Mltrva study group meets Monday through Thursday from 7-S p. in. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st St., Miami Beach, Leon Kronish. rabbi: Samuel Kelemer. cantor: Liberal Friday evening services !" p in Rabbi Kronish "ill li ,.n "You Can't Bargain With %  id >. %  ,s Saturday morning i. i." :, in c 'antor Kelem< r "ill .... Worshippers irged I ni. early and meditate in th< Templi during the 15 minute orgat prei hlch prei edes each service Religious school, Sunday morning, %  .i m Hebrew %  In%  -• n %  ;, day fti moons, .". 4". p, m All childrei betweel the ages of 5 and ll ire Im ted to n glster. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman, rabbi: Conservative—Friday evening nervl .. 5:45 p m Saturday morning services I 9 a. m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on "The Choice is Y %  Cantor Emanuel Barkan will chant. Saturday. 10:15 a. m„ on.-. > tli ser> for children of our r< il is schools, Saturday evening, Mlncha at l:M p m. fnilowcd bv Shalos Sudoa and Maarfv. .\'/..\BBG breakfast, Sunday, 9 %  < m. ,: PR| ..... ,k. M ii! t". Abraham i;. ii in -ion.il treasure • of th<. /., mist %  nlia lion -.f Amei lea Hehren %  %  .. school no session, Youth actlvil Ii .program now going on. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.: Saul Appeibaum. rabbi: Reform — Friday evening sen ce. R:16 Mi Noi man A Rossn It I _. of ihi i i • Kaplan hall, w II he assist) %  by the Mi dan • Fi ink I 'oi et, I" %  • %  • •. %  Harold l: i "ohi n, ,\' mln Browi l :• •"..-: E Bronsti in. Blona Mi Rossn an III llgl • the nndles at thi -• % %  Rabbi Ap 11 %  ., ,k on "i ne is igh." OBITUARIES DECKELBAUM Philip Deckelbaum, 88, died Monil his home, 200 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, He came from Washington two years :u^< and Is survived | by his wife, Mrs. Anna Deckelbaum. The body was sent to Washington by the Rlversldi Memorial chapel. MULBERG Mrs. Cornelia Mulberg, 7". of 1502 N. K First Ave died Sunday !n a local hospital Sinwas one of thi first settlers In Key West, living there fur ."." years before sinrani.to Ml ami seven montha ago sinwas a director *.f the .I,-wish Home for the Aged In Miami Survivors ..-. a daughter, Mrs. II. A. Ltttman, i.f Miami Beach, and two sons, Arthur, ->f Key West and l.t. Cmdi Vletoi Mulberg of the navy. Funeral rites were Monday' at Palmer Funeral chapel with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating Burial was In Mt \,-l metery Active pallbearers were Max Marks, Edward Rosenthal, Herman Rosei thai, and Harold Pont, PONCHER Bd Poncher, retired merchant, who came here five years ago from Chicago, died Tuesday ;it his hofne, 570 V W 19th St. Surviving! aritils wife, Mrs Ida Poncher, and a son, Jerome, both >f Miami. Services Thursday In Gordon Funeral Home chapel, were followed by burial In Mt N'.l.i, ,i-iii. i.i j EXPERT PAINTING Caulking, Decorating, Waterproofing--Lowest Prices--Factory Approved Contractors. For estimates Call 2-8481 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANF.L BEER. M. D., Director Reasonable Prices %  HvLarQe Beautiful Grounds -§SSSSB SNACK BAR TO CLOSE MIDNIGHT NOV. 4 Food and soft drinks will be "on the house" at the Servicemen's Snack Bar, 1 Lincoln id.. from Monday. Oct. 29, through midnight. Sunday. Nov. 4. when the Bar officially closes. Announcement of the closing was made this week by Sam Blank, chairman of the Greater Miami Army and Navy committee of the JWB. Hundreds of thousands of servicemen and women have been served by volunteer workers at the Snack Bar since its inception last May under the sponsorship of the Army-Navy committee. A complete history of the committee's war activities will appear in the Jewish Floridian next week. DOCTORS MAY BUY BEACH HOSPITAL A bid lo purchase the Miami Reach City owned hospital at Seventh and Alton was made by : Dr. T. M. Berman, 311 Lincoln id., at a meeting of the city council last week. Dr. Berman said that 28 doctors are offering I to pav $100,000 for the hospital I which they propose to operate on a non-profit basis. Dr. Berman said he had been i told that the Navy might re-1 turn the hospital to the city council's hospital committee by Mayor Herb Frink. CALENDAR OF EVENTS Sunday. Oct. 28. 1946: Helh Jacob Sisterhood function, at i 8:30 p in.; Debbs Chapter B. B. Young Women, I p, m„ B each Y. Monday. Oct. 29. 1945: American Jewish Congress, \\ Wednesday. Oct. 31. 1945: '|....,,,.l., II..th Sllilllllll m. II, i *w: Temple" Beth Sholom sisterhood membership tea, afternoon, home of Mrs Tobln; National Council of Jewish Women, l a. m., hoalfci meeting. VITAMIN £U£fiL| -Imum J,ii; M 2"kta of A and I) Vii, !" ^•"" %  H pl.--u.int ublet. B^llSllT! the namo oSPiJ^r MUSS Freedom of speech does not mean careless talk! WANTED! Miami Beach B'nai B'rith office desires competent secretary residing on Beach 5-day week, steady employment. FOOTBALL TONIGHT U of MIAMI MIAMI U HOMECOMING 8:15 P. M. — Orange Bowl Seats: SI.20 to S3.60 At the Stadium For Future Games, Buy Tickels in Advance at Burdines. Miami or the Beach, Farr's Tours. Miami Beach, or The U. of Miami NEXT WEEK'S GAME CLEMSON Learn lo Drive)—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructors Agency for Drivers Licenses And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave.. M. Bch., Ph. 5-5082 NERV| 8 Afca-SdQ with your work or j %  "r fun, try Alt.-Llt^ HEU1 BISCRVnE HREHI S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE. BOXING MONDAY NTTE FRIDAY NTTE FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND 3-1236 NAVY DAY OCTOBER 27, 1945 been our ** '££ %  *T£ *• N avv ,:: id •• •-— %  w ,$ itself • • Navy! people's Navy • • • ^ f t ,„ in y er However yo honor HWfj J e h „ hood hr ^ heart. worn*-M J J splrl d our coo „„yn,.n *J£Z* in -* dem.y "PO" •* gt ,. the Navy f ara9Oo0iobwedone„.o. ef ,h. u ed s, ,e$! Litten to June Mclv.lle in M'dmi Melody Time Thuud^ v 6 30 p WIOD



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ly, OCTOBER 26, 1945 *Jewisti Hcridian PAGE NINE BACHING By ELLEN RAVITZ ,ii'1 the winter season is prac' here, in Miami Beach, ach day brings new and faces, by car, train, and One of the first "winter to open their home, Mrs. Dave Rott. and ter, 5320 Alton rd.. packed d rushed down as soon as st cool breezes blew in Deri New York came the M. [lander's, and their sons, prepared themselves last by buying their present at 3126 Pinetree Dr. Mrs. Jlandcr is in New York now, she is looking after her less the manufacture of un's clothing. She will fly were Pfc. and Mrs. Jerry Rappaport of New York city. Mrs. Rappaport, the former Lillian Lipshitz, is the cousin of the Sam Ravitz's of 925 Lenox Avc. Pfc. Rappaport expects to doff khaki and don civvies with a few more points. The Samuel Solomon Jr.'s are pretty lonesome this week. Their son, Norman, a pre-med student ot the U. of Florida, came in with six fellow students for the weekend, to attend the U. of Fla.-U. of Miami game. Four of the boys stayed with the Solomons, after putting up the "standing room only" sign on the door! The boys all left Sunday morning for Gainesville and for ^Christmas and New I college. Accompanying them in their three-car convoy, were the rl the name of Mrs. Edward daughter and son-in-law of the ,n to those of all year Solomon s, Capt. and Mrs. Rob-, rls who came back from! ert Fisher, Park View Island, am trips to see what the I who are on their way to Kenicane did. Luckily, the Robtucky, where Capt. Fisher will home at 2955 N. Bay Rd. be stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Solo%  mon drove up to Ft. Lauderdale with the "entourage," spent the day there, and returned home. 1050 6th St., Sunday evening. Miss Ruth Zimmerman, 1015 8th St.. left for New York City Saturday morning where she will remain until it gets "too cold for this Southerner." While up North, Miss Zimmerman will study at Columbia University. Mrs. Morris Goodman returned a short time ago from a long trip l and "the BeachV V also" a to New York Mrs Goodman aber of the Flyers, and is at says she s glad to be back in the ent on a job in Alaska. She i land of perpetual sun after that m that it certainly is a rainy season she encountered in nee from Miami Beach to New York. As in the past years. Mrs. Goodman will be active in Hadassah work. She was advisor to the newly formed Jr. Hadassah in Miami Beach last season, and this year she will !" Me'lvln WeiSde, looking" in work in Sr Hadassah activities. Miss Sue Moss, secretary of the Y, has just returned from a trip to New York and Washington. D. C., and is in full swing at No. 1 Lincoln Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jacobi, THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) sred only fallen coconuts and awnings. Mrs. Robinson has active at the Servicemen's on the music staff and committees. list across the street from 4 Robinson, at 3100 N. Bay I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Roth (ew York and Miami Beach bo down around Christmas e winter. Mrs. Roth is head ITomen Flyers of America. Inc. Vivian Lerner. of New -ska but she doesn't mind the weather. While here. Miss ,er lived at the Belvedere lei Ihopoing on Alton Rd. was Kingdon Claims Medical Colleges Bar Minorities e store of the same name. is the former Babs Tubis, J7 Jefferson. unday afternoon marked the today of Bobby Stone of the tT£ PnT^a n ut h a e nd e e n y -1 of the Standard Drugs, Washingable 1 way W"t n h q "aid of ton Ave. and 9th St are in the process of building their home at 2850 Prairie Ave. and they can't wait till it's completed and they can move in. Originally from Virginia, they will make Miami Beach their home with their son. Mr. Jacobi recently stored away uniforms and bars and has made a good start here. bmma and Poppa Stone, the rtv was" held in one of the canas bv the edge of the hotel 1, and all the guests joined in hging "Happy Birthday" with lashes for good luck. Bobby fes nine years old, and blew all the candles at once. at the hotel [Honeymooning CHASE FEDERAL HOME LOAN OFFERS YOU • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments • No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) • No Charge for Prepayment *We also make loans for periods not exceeding five years without monthly payments 1111 Lincoln Road V* Block East oi Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resource! Over $10,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President QUESTION: What is a "Get?" ANSWER: The Hebrew term for the Jewish bil lof divorce is called a "Get." The seasons for calling it by that name are varied. Some sources (Baar Hetev) base it on the name of a peculiar stone described in the Palestinian Talmud that repulsed other stones away from it. Other writaers note the fact that the two letters (Gimel and Teth that go to make up the term "Get" are never found to succeed each other in the Bible. Since a divorce implies the action of separation it has appropriately been termed "Get" either to imply the repulsive action as that of the stone or the Biblical separation of the two letters that go to make UP its name. QUESTION: What is the origin of the divorce proceudre in Jewish life? ANSWER: The Rabbis claim that the procedure existed even in the time of Abraham (Yalkut Shimoni). Our Jewish divorce laws are based upon the Biblical passage in Deuteronomy (XXIV: 1-4) wherein it is prescribed for the husband who has found something wrong with his wife to "write her a bill of divorce and give it in her hand." The complexity in the procedure of writing and delivering the "Get" is found in the Mishnah and the Talmud and later writings where the minute details in the preparation of the "Get" were established. These technical regulations were intended to prevent mistakes and misunderstandings that would tend to disrupt the unparalleled purity of Jewish family life. Only such men who were well versed in Jewish laws and customs are allowed to preside at the proceedings. 1 QUESTION: Why does the "Get" invariably have iwelve lines? ANSWER: The Hebrew word "Get" in accordance with the numerical system of Hebrew letters has a numerical value of twelve. Hence the standardization of twelve lines. Others attribute it to the fact that twice in the Biblical source of divorces the term "Kerisus" divorcement) is written without the letter "Vow.' The numerical value of the letter "Vow' is six and hence the number of lines (2) would be a symbol of this fact. Still others consider the appointment of the number twelve as symbolic of the 12 empty lines that are left in the "Sefer Torah" (Scroll of Law) between the first four books of Moses. The relationship between these two items, i.e., the 12 lines in the "Get" and the empty lines of the scroll was meant to be symbolic of the Rabbinic comparison of a divorced husband to an empty scroll. QUESTION: Are divorces encouraged or discouraged in Jewish life? .. ANSWER: Divorces are definitely discouraged. The Bible hardly mentions a historic instance of divorce. The Rabbis in the Talmud attach a certain degree of shame to a divorce in statements such as .these: He who divorces his wife is hated, before the Lord," "Gods altar shds tears for him who divorces the wife of his youth." The comparison we mentioned in the last question as regards to a divorced husband libing without Torah, the life of an empty scroll, is significant indeed to the disparaging look that was cast upon divorces. The true Rabbi of today will always see k to make a reconciliation between the parties before starting the divorce procedure. TW stringent attitude, although mVestioned by some, is. neverthe : less the cause of the statistica fact that the proportionate number of divorces among Jewish families is considerably less than among non-Je wish famili es. Racial and religious discrimination is being enforced by practically every medical school in the country, Dr. Frank Kingdon, former president of the University of Newark, charges in an article appearing in the October issue of the American Mercury. Basing his article on a new survey of medical colleges. Dr. Kingdon points out thafr the principal victims happen to be Jews, but the undemocratic system also strikes other minority froups, particularly Catholics, talians and Negroes. Americans of every race, creed and color are fighting together to safeguard our democratic way of life," Dr. Kingdon declares. In commenting on Dr. Kingdon's article. Mayor La Guardia of New York states that he believes the only way of stopping discrimination in medical colleges is by enlighteend public opinion. "Let us expose all the facts. The public should know all about it, admissions, rejections, graduations and results. If that is done intelligently and honestly "Privately, the medical deans I believe the practice could be acknowledge that they apply a 'quota system' designed to keep out minority group applicants. But not one of the 78 Grade A medical colleges in the United States and Canada interrogated by questionnaire would admit this fact in writing," he declares. However, evidence of antiJewish discrimination is overwhelming, writes Dr. Kingdon, and he reports the following facts revealed by the survey: The number of Jewish students in medical schools has stopped by 1948," he asserted. DESERTION BUREAU SEEKS INFORMATION Information is being sought concerning Ben Yablen who is not contributing to the support of his wife, Mary, currently living in New York. Yablen was born in Russia in 1884, is 5 ft. 3 in. tall, weighs 140 pounds, has grayish-black hair and is a ladies' coat cutter and waiter by been" reduced" by "roughly 50 per occupation. He is alleged to be in cent in the last 20 years, alMiami. Anyone aware of his lothough annual applications for entry by Jewish Americans have not declined. Of a total of 6,500 students enrolled annually in medical schools, only between 500 and 600 are now Jews. Every year the medical colleges receive applications from about 14,000 individual students. Medical officials estimate that from 35 to 50 per cent of the applicants are Jewish. Of the non-Jewish students, some 6,000 are admitted; of the Jewish applicants, only about 500 get in. Practically every medical college asks the applicant for his race or religion or both. "In sorting out Americans on the basis of race and creed, the quota system is openly divisive instead of unifying it; it accepts racism at the very moment when cation is requested to communicate with the National Desertion bureau, 67 West 47th st.. New York city. HARRY MOORE, M. D. Wishes to Announce He Hat Taken Over General Medical Practice of DP. Tom R. Gammage 221 N. E. FIFTH ST. Telephone 3-1828 Office Hours 9-11 A. M. Ex. Sun. 6-8 P. M. Ex. Sat. and Sun. jponspm Vn t\ov i."* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 SOLAR WATER SERVICE Repairs of All Kinds Replacing Leaking Tanks DON. S. COLEMAN Phone 4-7485 GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Tree Estimates Given J. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 S£2tr ^OGUST BROS UY, ^ Is thvRtSl 1 Freedom of speech does not mean careless talk! Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. 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PAGE TEN *Jenistif*>r*0iar7 ftUDAY. OCTOte Face Facts GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Fla. ADL Director "So Sorry/ 7 Says O Donnell ". Our statements in Capitol Stuff were untrue. We regret having made them." So wrote John O'Donnell, New York News and Washington TimesHerald columnist on Oct. 16. Sixteen days earlier O'Donnell charged that politically prominent Jews were "behind the successful drive to disgrace and remove Gen. George S. Patton from his army command in occupied Germany." In hate-spewing words, O'Donnel asserted that the battile-fatigued soldier slapped by Patton in Sicily "was of Jewish descent and that the General, hot and fatigued and fresh from the fighting front used the words •yellow-bellied' or yellow-streaked linking them up with a direct reference to the patient's racial background." Behind Patton's removal, O'Donnell claimed, "is the secret and astonishingly effective might of this Republic's foreignborn political leaders such as Justice of the Supreme Court. Felix Frankfurter of Vienna. White House Administrator Assistant Dave (Devious Dave) Niles alias Neyhus and the Latvian ex-rabbinical student nowknown as Sidney Hillman. "An honest birth certificate | spelling out the names of the paternal grandfathers of this triumvirate would be interesting, even if the educated Christian American could not read it." The last paragraph, remiscent of the nazi line, was printed in one edition of the Washington Times-Herald, but yanked from subsequent press runs. It was not included in the New York Daily News O'Donnell column. The fact is the soldier who was slapped. Charles H. Kuhl of Mishawaka. Indiana is not Jewish, but a member of the Christian Church of the Nazarene. Following publication of the affrontery, the newspapers involved were deluged by a flood of protests. Henry Morgenthau. David Niles and Sidney Hillman categorically denied any participation in the Patton removal. (Supreme Court Justice Frankfurter issued no statement for publication because of his judicial position.) On Oct. 7 the New York Daily News politely apologized to an inter-faith delegation. However. Mrs. Eleanor Patterson, publisher of the Times-Herald responded in an arrogant manner in effect rebuking persons who are seeking an apology for the published falsehood. Protests from decent and fairminded persons mounted as word of the utter falsehood of the vitriolic column spread. Indignant advertisers withdrew ads. Rebuking letters deluged the editor clamoring not only for acknowledgment of the falsehood by O'Donnell, but also urging the discontinuance of a columnist whose lack of reportorial integrity had been proven. The falsehood had been mailed. American public opinion could not be ignored. Finally on Oct. 19 the "Stuff' which constituted that day's column resembled more appropriately the crow which aroused public reaction compelled ODonnell to eat. He wrote, "WASHINGTON. D. C, OCT. 18—On Oct. 3 this column attributed the removal of Gen. George S. Patton. Jr.. from his command of the 3d Army and as military administrator of Bavaria to pressure applied by influential members whose racial backKAPLAN SUGGESTS CHANGE S FOR MJOC The suggestion that the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation change its name was made by Leon Kaplan, former president, in a recent speech. Mr. Kaplan urged that the synagogue take immediate steps to hire a new rabbi and change its charter to give the board of directors more authority and to integrate the work of the sisterhood. He also recommended that the Talmud Torah become affiliated with the Bureau of Jewish education and that a synagogue bulletin be issued periodically. ground was Jewish. Their antagonism to Patton, it was stated came from the slap by Patton of a soldier hospitalized in Sicily during the Summer campaign of 1943. "The slapping was described as accompanied by derogatory references to the victim's Jewish origin. "After careful investigation we have determined that the one identified soldier whom Patton slapped is Charles H. Kuhl of Mishawaka, Indiana. He is not a Jew but of German extraction. He is a member of the Nazarene Church, akin to the Methodist. "Named among those who pressed for Patton's removal were Henry Morgenthau, former Secretary of the Treasury; Felix Frankfurter, Supreme Court Associate Justice: David K. Niles, Administrative Associate to the President and Sidney Hillman, President of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America and Chairman of the CIO—Political Action Committee. "Each of these gentlemen except Justice Frankfurter has categorically denied any participation in the Patton removal. Justice Frankfurter, because of his judicial position, does not issue statements for publication. "On the evidence ( our statements in Capitol Stuff was untrue. "We regret having made them." MIAMI NURSERY TO OPEN MONDAY Enrollment of children in the new Miami Y nursery will be closed tomorrow. Registration must be made at the Y office with one week's tuition paid in advance Tuition rates for the nursery which will open Monday arc as follows: All day including noon meal. $7.50 for children of members, $10 for nonmembers: mornings, 9-12 o'clock, no noon meal, $2.50 for members. $3 for nonmembers; afternoons. no noon meal, $3 for members. $3.50 for nonmembers. Sessions will be held from Monday throughFriday. Refreshments will be served to all groups during mid-morning and mid-afternoon. Children from the ages of three to six years will be admitted. Each child must present a doctor's certificate. Mrs. Maurice Grossman, formerly with the Lanham act government nurseries, and a staff of trained teachers will supervise the program. Arrangements have been made to care for 35 all day students, 20 morning students and 20 afternoon students. Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. WATCHING CHILDREN evenings, nights or doing secretarial work including typing 7:30 to 10:30 p. m. in exchange for room and partly board, appreciated from matured experienced lady. Beach preferred, not compulsory. Could start beginning of November. Mrs. J. co Jewish Floridian, Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla. CONTINUES SERIES ON MARRIAGE SUCCESS The spiritual side of marriage will be discussed by Dr. Albert Dale Hagler, minister of the Bryan Memorial Methodist church, in the third of a series of lectures on successful marriage, Tuesday at 8:15 p. m. at the Miami Y which sponsors the series. In his lecture. Dr. Hagler will dwell upon the family shrine as part of the family council, mixed marriages, pathways to spiritual harmony and deeper meaning of marriage. Admission is free to members. The charge for nonmembers is 50 cents. ICOR TO SPONSOR CONCERT SUNDAY Walter Grossman, 'cellist, and the Miami Jewish Folks chorus will perform at a concert sponsored by the Greater Miami Icor committee 8 p. m. Sunday at the Miami Beach High School, 1424 Drexel ave. Rabbi Abraham Bick of New York, member of the national committee of Icor and editor of Naileben. monthly Icor publication, will be guest speaker.. The chorus will be conducted by Louis Powesky. Maurice Carroll will interpret "Sholom Eliechem." Icor is an association for information of the economic, cultural and social life of Jews the world over. 11 TO GUAR A N lr, p HONE 3 .8 Acme Exterminate. 1 Confident^ s.^* *l 128 N w SVR ill United States War Bonds are still the best investment. MEMORIAL CHApr THOS-M. BURKS' ABE ElSENBERc Tmium 5-777! RIVERSIDE AMBULANT SERVICE 1*** WufoWjTtOB Avt Miwtti Beach In Ntw.York: 76th St.. and Aratttrita;, -a-1 ^btoti* CoGUST BROS Ry L rt Is the BF'ST • .-.%  .^satnSTMSBJi



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lY, OCTOBER 26, 1945 vJewist fhridicir PAGE ELEVEN IIAMI BEACH POST FORMED BY FOUR VETS %>.;* > Officers of the new JWV post who will be installed Sunday include: (Seated) E. Max Goldstein, ..rr.ander; Max Orovitz, senior vice commander; (Second row) Dan Roth, judge advocate; Jack bin, quartermaster; Aaron Farr, adjutant; (Third row) Dr. Leonard Weil, surgeon, and Archie |ck, historian. Not pictured are Irving Ellis, junior vice commander; Harry Cooper, liaison offiand Irving Stolmack, sergeant-at-arms. fational JWV Has 50-Year History f Leadership In Veteran Affairs The newly organized Miami Beach post of the Jewish war Veterans was formed by four past national officers of that organization — Samuel A. Rivkind, Nat Roth, Harry Farr and Archie Brick. The post was formally approved by the national executive committee on July 24, and marked the 330th unit, so Pordained by the national organization. Samuel A. Rivkind who served as national vice-commander in 1941-1942, was a member of the national executive committee, the national emergency council, and treasurer of the national convention. In addition to his activities in the Jewish War Veterans, Mr. Rivkind is a former president of the Boston YMH A and a former president of the New England Federation of YM and YWHA's. He also served as president of the New England Section, Jewish Welfare Board, from 1939 to 1942 and was the first chairman of the New England JWB—USO Army and Navy Committee. Nat Roth, also a past national commander, is well known as one of the leading communal workers in Dade county. He has served as chairman of Draft Board No. 3 of Miami for the past five years, Is chairman of the Dade county War Records committee of the JWB Army and Navy organization, first vice-president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, and a director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Harry Farr was one of the original organizers of the Freda Markowitz post of Miami and was instrumental in bringing the 1939 Jewish War Veterans national convention to this city. A Spanish-American War veteran, he is an honorary life member of the Freda Markowitz post, and also served Jewish War Veterans as national vice commander for the southern region. Archie Brick is an active leader in Jewish communal affairs in this area. Mr. Brick served Jewish War Veterans as a National Americanization officer. He is at present a director of the Miami Beach Zionist organization. B'nai B'rith, YMHA and the Civic league. Need for an organization to combat anti-semitic propaganda by un-American groups was the impetus for the formation of the post by these four. Rapid growth of Miami Beach in recent years necessitated a separate Jewish War Veterans post there, the organizers decided. be Jewish War Veterans of United States is a nationwide .anization of men and women Jewish faith who have served merican wars. ,'ounded April 30, 1896 by in who fought with the Uni Army during the Civil War, is today the oldest, but one, long veterans organizations in United States—second only e GAR. Included in its memiip are men who fought in armed forces' during the :\\ War, the Spanish-AmeriWar, World War I and rid War II. -here are 330 posts, divided :o state, county and district detriments common to other vettons organizations; an active idles Auxiliary, an organizam of Sons of Jewish War Vetans. Daughters of Jewish War itcrans, and a Drum and Bugle H'PS. The purposes for which the wish War Veterans was ormized are: To maintain true allegiance the United States of Amer:a. To foster and perpetuate true lneiicanism. To combat whatever tends n impair the efficiency and •ermanency of our free instiWtions. To uphold the fair name of [he Jew, and fight his battles 'henever unjustly assailed. To encourage the doctrine vi universal liberty, equal ignts, and full justice to all JK-'n. ..To combat the powers of P'R'itry and darkness wherever originating, and whatever pneir target. To preserve the spirit of Comradeship by mutual helpfulness to comrades and their families. To instill love of Country and Flag, and to promote sound minds and bodies in our members and our youth. To preserve the memories and records of patriotic service performed by the men of our faith. To honor their memory, and shield from neglect the graves of our heroic dead. Jewish War Veterans has thrown itself whole-heartedly into the government-supporting war efforts. It has sold $100,ARCHIE GREENBERG 000.000 worth of bonds; raised $200,000 as a gift for the purchase of fighter Planes; donated barrels of blood, to Red Cross blood banks; raised funds for ambulances, field k, chensand other equipment. Of its mem bership. 10% are once.more in the armed services, While the remaining 90% are active in civilian defense service. Jewish War Veterans operates caSeenT and clubs for servicemen. It has furnished recreation rooms within camps, made gifts of pianos, radios, recreational equipment for use of soldiers and sailors, provided thousands of comfort kits for men in uniform. Jewish War Veterans continues its services to hospitalized veterans of World War I, makes regular visits to veterans facilities and handles government claims. In conjunction with the Jewish Welfare Board, Jewish War Veterans has inaugurated an extensive rehabilitation program for veterans of World War II a program which is destined to become of primary importance as men return from overseas. JWV is recognized by the U S Veterans administration as a national veterans' organization with the right to present and prosecute claims of veterans. It is also recognized by all other veteran agencies and by a number of states by statute. Fight on anti-semitic and unAmerican activities: For years Jewish War Veterans has been a leader in efforts to expose and combat subversive organizations and in building interfaith good will and understanding. It is officially credited with starting the boycott of Nazi goods m 193.J and with taking a leading part in combatting the German American Bund, the Christian Mobilizers and various shirt and "front" groups. Americanization program. Jewish War Veterans conducts a consistent program in this field through speakers in schools, organizations and Jewish institutions, through radio and newspaper publicity, patriotic rallies and holiday observances. It has been especially active in the discontinued on Page 14) E. MAX GOLDSTEIN he entered the service. He has resumed active law practice at the Beach since his dischargeGoldstein is a 32nd degree Mason and a member of the James Carnell Blue Lodge, the Scottish Rite, the Mahi Temple Shrine, and the Dade County Bar Association. He is president of the Men's Club of Temple Israel as well as secretary of the Circuit Court commission in which capacity he has served for the past six years, except for the time that he was in service. He was very active in the investigation of the "divorce mill" several years ago. Goldstein, his wife, Laura, and their two children, Stephen, aged nine, and Jane, aged five, live in Miami Beach. MIAMI BEACH MAYOR WELCOMES NEW POST HERBERT A, FRINK Office of the Mayor City of Miami Beach Miami Beach, Florida Miami Beach Jewish War Veterans Miami Beach, Florida To All Members: Congratulations and welcome to Miami Beach. We are very glad to have such a fine organization as yours in our City. I am certain you will contribute much to Miami Beach's progress and development. With all good wishes for the success of your organization, I am Sincerely yours, HERBERT A. FRINK. Mill IV POST The Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, JWV of Miami, preceded the Miami Beach Post by eight years. Among its 13 charter members were H. H. Farr and Abe S. Goldman, now life members, and Eugene Weiss, Harry Markowitz and Adolph Haimes. From this group emanated some of the leaders of the new Beach post. Outstanding among the posts achievements were the breaking up of the White Front, a subversive group whose leader was on Hitler's payroll, and stopping the entrance of the German Hamburg Line into Key West. Goldman, who is chairman of the Harvey Seeds Post, American Legion, anti-subversive activities committee, heads a similar committee for the Freda Markowitz post. At present the post is directing its energies to securing jobs for veterans and helping psychoneurotic returnees. Five local doctors have volunteered their services for the latter project. Twice a month, members of the post visit the dependant children at the Kendall Home, taking toys, fruit, etc. Plans are being made to install a playground and equipment for the children. The main project of the post now is its semi-monthly outing for convalescent returnees of the Biltmore and Miami Beach Army hospitals. After each outing the post writes letters to the parents of every soldier guest, assuring them of their sons' and daughters' health. Letters of appreciation have been sent to the post from parents in England, Honolulu and the 48 states. Last Christmas, members of the Freda Markowitz post were (Continued on Page 15) *SVa3SBE£a?„



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PAGE TWELVE vjenisti fhridiarJ ?MPAY. QC TOte President Truman's Message to Jewish War Veterans THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON September 8, 1945 Dear Commander Greenberg: A half century of service to veterans is indeed cause for congratulation. It is. therefore a pleasure for me to extend greetings to the Jewish War Veterans of the United States on their fiftieth anniversary. As a symbol of patriotic service rendered by our citizens of Jewish faith, your organization is the living answer to those who would confuse our people with the evil doctrines of bigotry and hatred. • Through the Jewish War Veterans, may I once more repeat the deep sense of appreciation which the nation feels toward all the men and women who have served in the armed forces. May your organization grow in strength, so that together with other responsible veterans' organizations, it can render maximum service to our fighting men as they return to peaceful pursuits. Very sincerely yours, HARRY TRUMAN Mr. Archie Greenberg, National Commander, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, 276 Fifth Avenue New York, N. Y. Oi BARCLAY PLAZA HOTEL 1940 PARK AVENUE BOULEVARD HOTEL 775 DADE BOULEVARD CAMBRIDGE HOTEL 330 MICHIGAN AVENUE CARDOZO HOTEL 1300 OCEAN DRIVE CHARLES HOTEL 1475 COLLINS AVENUE CLAY HOTEL 1438 WASHINGTON AVENUE CLYDE HOTEL 1430 OCEAN DRIVE This Greeting to Miami Beach Post 330 Jewish V .. A .T unTEL DE SOTO HOTEL 1824 ALTON ROAD OCEAN SPRAY HOTEL 4130 COLLINS AVENUE PALMER HOUSE 1119 COLLINS AVENUE HOTEL SHELDON 227 7TH STREET SOUTH SEAS HOTEL 1751 COLLINS. AVENUE WAVES HOTEL 1244 OCEAN DRIVE BLACKSTONE HOTEL 800 WASHINGTON AVENUE CUNTONHOT^ 825 WASHINGTON W BIARRITZ HOT* 1435 COLLINS AVE U JAMES HOTEL 16 80 JAMES AVOW SURF HOTEI £*gm 44 OCEAN DRIVE M££ Mat Hochman. uw 444 11TH 8t KENMOBEHOTQ^ t WASHINGTON*' LEONARD Bjjjg 54 OCEAN DRIVE GEORGE WASHINGTON^ 516 WASHINGTON ? Strictly K"5 e rfSli** Wm. Ehxenrich ot I



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|y, OCTOBER 26, 1945 *Jewisti Fhridian PAGE THIRTEEN I BEACH POST NO. 330 Of The United States Beach Welcomes You! to Serve Veterans, Their People and Our lunity, We Know a Job Will Be Done istitution and Installation of Officers lay, October 28,1945, at 8:00 P. M. Elk's Club Patio 720 West Avenue, Miami Beach United States Published Through the Courtesy of: NEIL BERK 7224 COLLINS AVENUE IOST DAIRIES OF THE SOUTH ^E BELIEVE IN THE SOUTH'* I. J. HALPERIN "REALTOR" 5HINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH 1'L. L. KRAMER "REALTOR" [•INCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH IRTIN'S LIQUOR STORE j "FORMERLY ABE KATZ" >LLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH |S. MEGDALL. "REALTOR" WNCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH ^OME MILK PRODUCERS ASSN. SAMUEL A. RIVKIND NOBLE H. PARKER "REALTOR" 1623 MICHIGAN AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH JERSEY ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES WHITE BELT DAIRY TILLMAN MAXWELL "REALTOR" 753 41ST STREET. MIAMI BEACH FLAMINGO U-DRTVE IT 2331 LIBERTY AVENUE PHILIP O. WOLFSON "REALTOR" 625-A LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH RUBIN'S NEW JERSEY PHARMACY 400 COLLINS AVENUE ARENA BAR 114 BISCAYNE STREET BEACH SALES CO. 409 ESPANOLA WAY NAT ROTH ARCHER FRUIT CO. 317 LINCOLN ROAD FARR TOURS 1245 WASHINGTON AVENUE LEE'S GRILL 237 14TH STREET USHER'S DRIVE & TAXI SERVICE 1349 DADE BOULEVARD < r I j\



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PAGE FOURTEEN *Jenisi> fhridUan FRIDAY, Past Commander Speaks At JWV Ceremony Kaufman Benjamin Kaufman, past national commander of JWV, who will be guest speaker at the institution ceremonies of the Beach post Sunday, is one of the 78 World War I veterans decorated with the Congressional Medal of Honor—highest award given by the government. Commander Kaufman enlisted early in the World War and was sent to France with Company "K," 308th Infantry, 77th Division. He bec a m e a regimental boxing c h a m pion as well as a star in basketball and baseball. According to rej ports he was] the "best top| kick" in the AEF. Twice he declined the honor of a higher rank because he did not care to leave his regiment and his buddies. On the Vesle, during a gas bombardment, Kaufman aided several wounded comrades, tearing off his gas mask to dig out a private whose funk hole had ben blown in by a direct hit. Another gas shell exploded near him, and by morning he was quite blind. He Stuck to his post all day, evading medical attendants and company officers, as he groped his way through the woods to find how his company was getting along. Finally, caught by his company commander toward evening, lie Was sent to the hospital, despite stout resistance. Hospital life even in Paris palled on him. He secured a uniform by ruse, left the hospital without permission, and after numerous vicissitudes, including a court-martial, rejoined his company in the Argonnc Forest when it was the first to reach the "Lost Battalion" as soon as their location was discovered. The heroism for which Kaufman won the Congressional Medal of Honor is described in official records as follows: In the Argonne on Oct. 4th, Kaufman had one arm already IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI IIAIIIi PBIIERAVL HF MIAMI 41 NORTHIAIT FIRST AVINWI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home • Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. • Easy Payments Payments, including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than present monthly rental. Payments can include taxes, insurance, etc. • Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay off Mortgages without refinancing and without a strain on income. • Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. Being a Miami institution, all problems can be solved here by Dade Federal Loan Committee. # A Home Institution Personalized handling of your loans by local people interested in local progress and familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $14,000,000 Joseph M. Lipton, President put out of commission by a German machine gun. Nevertheless, with Privates Iacoviello and Vanderlip, he started toward the flank of the machine gun position. Both privates were wounded and Kaufman was alone, when he drew his pistol —which was empty—and rushed at the position—calling upon the gunners to surrender; made them shoulder the machine gun. and march back to Headquarters. Meeting Private Iacoviello, he turned over the prisoners to him and them became unconscious from loss of blood. In recognition of his action, Kaufman received the Congressional Medal." Besides receiving the Congressional Medal of Honor, he was also decorated for valor by nine governments, allies of the United Stales, in 1917-18. Commander Kaufman is married and lives with his wife and | only daughter in Trenton, N. J. Mrs. Kaufman is president of the Trenton unit of the Ladies Auxiliary. Kaufman is manager of the New Jersey Employment Service at Trenton, N. J., which is also part of the United States EmE lovment Service. He is a memer of the Trenton Welfare Commision and the Mayor's Citizens committee. In Trenton, Kaufman has been a leader in Jewish comunal and charitable affairs. In veteran circles, he has held the office of state commander of the Disabled American Veterans, and national vice commander of the National Legion of Valor, a veterans' organization limited to holders of official decorations for valor. In 1937 Kaufman organized and became the first commander of the Trenton post of the Jewish War Veterans. For three years he acted as chief national aide to three national commanders, and in this capacity made many visitations and helped organize many new posts. In June. 1941, he acted as master of ceremonies at the luncheon honoring Wendell Willkie, at which Mr. Willkie was presented JWV's annual Americanism award. OCTOBER OFFICERS OF NEW POST The following newly elected officers of the Miami Beach post No. 330 of the Jewish War Veterans will be installed Sundav night: E. Max Goldstein. Commander. Maurice M. Orovitz, Sr. Vice Commander. Irving Ellis, Jr. Vice Commander. Dan Roth, Judge Advocate. Dr. Leonard Weil. Surgeon. Aaron Farr. Adjutant. Jack Tobin, Quartermaster. Brick, Historian. Cooper, Liaison Archie Harry Officer. Irving geant-at-Arms. Stolmack, S e rNATIONAL JWV HAS 50-YEAR HISTORY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11) semination of information con' cerning Jewish war service and the part Jews have played in the building of America, publishing and distributing widely the book. "Jews in American Wars." an i account of the military record of American Jews since the Revolutionary War. The Victory Loan Drive starts October 29, Get ready to put it over the top quickly. Founders of the Beach JWV are Archie Brick, Samuel A. Rt| Harry Farr and Nat Roth, not pictured. We SALUTE THE NEW VETERAN'S UNIT Miami Beach Post No. 330 Jewish War Veterans of the United States "WELL ORGANIZED TO SERVE NOBLY" SPONSORED BY WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT STORE 228 Sth Street CORRE CLEANERS 1622 Alton Rd. ELLIS DEPT. STORE 1415 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH WHOLESALE GROCERY L L, POWELL & SONS 1659 Lenox Avenue SNEDIGAR & CO 529 Lincoln Road TARADASH PROPERTIES 929 Lincoln Road B. L. SLATER "Specialising in Hotel Apartment ._. Houses and Homes" 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach MODERN PAINT CO., INC Contracting Painters Fred J. Walker M. H. WHITEHOUSE WEBSTER HOTEL 1220 Collins Avenue VICTOR HOTEL 1144 Ocean Drive REVLTN HOTEL ^ Kosher Dining Room Open to tn ru 1259 Collins Avenue FLOREL APT. HOTEL 926 Collins Avenue WALBURNE HOTEL 125 Ocean Drive DECK BAR & PACKAGE GOODS 717 Sth Street 33HS



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OCTOBER 26, 1945 fJewisiiJhridian PAGE FIFTEEN i'NAI B'RITH NOTES By DAVE ISEN • George J. Talianoff fesident of Sholem lodge I Turk have just returned Tampa where they ata first Executive com, meeting of the Florida federation of B nai B nth There were approxi15 representatives from is of the State who disn many important probfcuch as the expansion of the Youth groups, and ^.nti Defamation league Both Harold and George Mwith Brother Morrice president of the State Ition of B'nai B'rith addressed the Sarasota [and were pleasantly sur: to find the interest of the Jewish community of bta bound up in B'nai work. Nominating committee |e Miami Beacon lodge has f announced by President l e J. Bertman: Dave EmI chairman, and Alfred I Harry Cornbloom, Archie Jack August, Joseph ier and Martin Genet. men will report at the Imeeting in November the of those from whom next officers are to be elected, lidentally, the next meet|f the Miami Beach lodge is I held Tuesday at the Beach It is planned to have one of Outstanding speakers in the faddress the group at that the same evening, Sholem F of Miami will also have a tng to be held at Beth id in Miami, at which time Idpnt Harold Turk will anIce the members of the limiting committee for that nization. Mr. Turk also ad_ me that there will be sevlother important items taken iuch as revision of dues and for the Bond drive. jers Accepts lest Post predicted in the Floridian ral weeks ago, Stanley C. fa, honorary president of •ration, has been named ral chairman of the Dade ty Community War Chest paign which will begin nd Jan. 15. yers has taken a leave from activities in Federation to bte his time to the drive, irge Chertkof. who is coirman of Federation's Comee on Community Needs Myers, will head that comtee temporarily. announcing the new chair. A. D. Reynolds, first vice ident of the Chest, said: The entire board appreciates tremendous personal sacriStanley Myers is making. is taking time away from a y law practice, without a t of pay, his return being "e in a community job well c We voted unanimously to k him to the limit in putting an overwhelmingly successcampaign." 1 than 2,000 volunteer Irkors will be enrolled in the lye of which Myers said: fThis is going to be the kind [campaign Dade county should, on—an enthusiastic, optiBtic community effort to take N of a tremendous communr responsibility. 'It is going to be based on a Und understanding on the ft of people of the great work [inn done by the member agen> and the great need for the lj ng year. The 23 local agen. and the 19 members of the %  tional War Fund are comned in this campaign. It is |ly necessary to give once to IPPort a work that is truly prld-wide as well as intimately pal."* SCORDS GROUP [A meeting of the War Rec" s committee of the Armysvv committee has been called .8:15 p. m. Monday at the Mini Y by Nat Roth, chairman. lj rv 'ng Seid of the national I'ce of the Jewish Welfare P d will be present to discuss |nods of bringing war records to date. Mr. Seid has timed 1 arrival in order to atend the gauation of the Miami Beach >v post Sunday evening. Brothers Sam W. Shapiro and E. Albert Pallot, chairmen for the Beach lodge and the Miami lodge Victory Bond drives, respectively, are planning a series of outstanding events, including a gala water show and theatre party to help put over the last and most importanBond drive. Those of you who are planning to help your country and yourselves, financially, should arrange to buy your bonds through B'nai B'rith so that we can again over-subscribe our quota! Dr. William Bernstein, after spending the last couple of years with Uncle Sam, has reopened his offices at 420 Lincoln Road. We know that all of the Doctor's friends and patients are glad to see him back with us again. Brother Sam Miller and wife have returned from a trip up north and Sam is again ready to pitch in and help put the Victory Bond drive over. Sam Ringler is hospitalized at St. Francis hospital. His many friends wish him a speedy recovery. Martin Chochen is back in business again at his old spot on Royal Palm ave. and 41st st. From now on, the old neighborhood will be "spruced up." Congratulations to S t e v i e Mogul's father on the expansion of his store at 41st st. He tells us that the modern designs in home appliances are breath-taking. Col. Mitch Wolfson is in civies again and is already interested in community affairs. This city is, indeed, fortunate to have men of Mitch Wolfson's calibre, always willing and ready to make this a better city in which to live. See you all at the lodge meeting. Tuesday night, Oct. 30. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DAVE'S HANK TAVERN at 2101 N. W. nth Ave.. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the, Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY HERMAN ..-_„,. MORRIS GOLD MYERS A HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants 10/5-12-19-26 11/2 MIAMI JWV POST AIDS RETURNEES (Continued from Page 11) hosts to convalescent soldiers at five hospitals. In the first two years of its existence, the post grew from 13 to 176 members. Ex-servicemen and women and those still in the service are invited to attend meetings as guests. The next meeting has been scheduled the evening of Nov. 5 at Beth David. Officers of the post are: Abe S. Goldman, national deputy chief of staff: Dr. Maurice Klein, commander: Isadore Brown, senior vice commander; William Kresner, junior vice commander; Frank Kline, quartermaster; George Schwartz, adjutant: Jack Apte, Mortimer Frank, Ed Rosenthal, trustees; and Ed Platkin, public relations officer. BEACH VETS JOIN NEW JWV POST Present members of the Miami Beach post No. 330, JWV, include: Samuel A. Rivkind, E. Max Goldstein, Edward Friedman, Irving Ellis, Jack Tobin, Maurice M. Orovitz, Max Meisel, Joseph Linn, Maurice Abelson, Jack Rosenbaum. Victor R. Kohn, Morris Friedman, Harry Cooper, Samuel Kramer, Joseph Rose, Abraham Booxbaum, Louis Morgan, B. J. Stollmark, Aaron Farr, Dr. Benjamin Coleman, Archie Brick, Edwin W. Sonz, Dr. Leonard Weil, Philip Markel, Joseph Williamson, Oscar Reisler. Michael Penson, Dan Roth, Samuel Cristol, Harry E. Druger, Herbert Abrams, Lewis A. Mendell, Harry H. Cohen, Solas J. Low, Abe Robinson, Maxwell Hyman, Maj. Hyman I. Robmson, Mitchell Jacoby, Philip Heims, Myron L. Alpert, Lewis Lee, N. H. Hankoff, Jesse Weiss, Murray Kaplan, Max Dantowitz. Irving Goldberg, Martin Cohen, Morton D. Felson, Leonard Wagman. Murray Belsky, Irving Willner, Jacob Plotsky, Herbert Cream, William Deckel, Murray Seftell, George Bloom, Joe Goldberg, Jerry Martin, Arnold Leon. Monahan's Electric 804 S. W. 22nd Are. ELECTRICAL Appliance Repairs—Prompt Service Phone 4-0632 NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names at the locations hereinafter mentioned, to-wit: WRINKLES LIQUOR STORES. 1.09-1711 Alton Road. Miami Beach, Florida; WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES, 8525 lllscayno Boulevard, Miami, Florida: WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES. 2211 I'once De Leon Boulevard, Coral ('.allies, Florida; intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CARL WRINKLE. AARON WRINKLE, LEO A. CHAIKIN Applicants. MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants 10/5-12-19-26 11/2 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SOUTHRRN MAID DRESS COMPANY at 219 N. W. First Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN BLATTBERG MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 9/28-10/5-12-19-26 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of W-Z LABORATORIES at 634 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NORMAN WEISMAN JACK ZWICK JACK OEYER ROBERT HAMBURG. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 9/28 10/5-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUE-ANN NOVELTY SHOP at S2/> Washington Ave, Miami Beach, intend to register said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DORIS LASHER 10/19-26 ll/2-9 S T6 LV1A BBCK "*" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i V, l Hl l !" 1 "; der ,ho ">titious name of PLASTIC MODES at 4102 N. Miami Avenue, Intend to register said, name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida ALLEN RUBIN ISAAC JOFFT? OLAND DAVIS .0/ A .9 -26 n ,?;2 f O 9 r -,^ PP Can,S NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names at the locations hereinafter mentioned, to-wit: CARLS MARKET. 8515 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida: CARLS MARKET. 1S95 S. W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida: CARLS' MARKET, 700 West 41st Street. Miami Beach, Florida; WEINKLES, 1701-1707 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. Florida; CARIES BAKERY, 785 S. W. 19th Avenue, Miami, Florida; DADE WHOLESALE GROCERY, 1180 N. W. 23rd Street. Miami, Florida: intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CARL WRINKLE. AARON WRINKLE. IVAN C. BOWSER. SR. Applicants. MYERS & HEIMAN. Attorneys for Applicants. 10/5-12-19-26 11/2 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE 37305 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that L. E. GOSS. holder of Everglades Drainage District Tax Certificate Numbered 7948. dated the 7th day of July. A. D., 1941, has filed said Certificate in my office and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Hade County. Florida, to-wit: Lot 5, Block 34, Fnlrlawn. a Resub., Plat Book 8, Page 83. in the County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was in the name of L. B. Warren. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue thereon the 31st day of October. A. D-, 1945. Dated this 26th day of September. A. D„ 1945. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. N. C. STRRRRTT. D. C. Circuit Court Seal. 9/28 10/5-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HERRBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engnge In business under the fictitious name of Berk's Transfer at 156 N. W. 5th Street. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. FlorlSIDNRY R. BRCK Max R. Silver Attorney for Applicant 10/12-19-26 11/2-9 NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TATUM'S JEWELRY at 212 N. E. 79th Street, Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KATHRYN TATUM Milton A. Friedman Attorney for Applicant 10/5-12-19-26 11/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Lincoln Road Company, Ltd.. at 1261 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MORRIS GOODMAN. General Partner 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 the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA BUSINESS ASSOCIATES at Calumet Building. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. _____ MURRAY KASTOFF WALTER A. TREPTE 9/28 10/5-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROBIN HOOD INN. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. „„____ BISCAYNE 36TH STREET CORPORATION MORRIS BERICK. Attorney for Owner 605 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida 10/19-26 11/2-9-16 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FILE NO. 40454 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CONSTANCE Z. PRARLMAN. holder as assignee of City of Miami Tax Certificates Numbered 1292;.. 12973 and 2974. dated the 1st day of June. AD 1942 has filed said Certificates in m'v office, and has made "?''"cation for tax deed to be | s8U ed thereon in accordance with law Said Certificates embrace the following described property situated In Dade Countv. Florida, to wit: C Lot 11. Block 16 Ocean View Heights, Plat Book 2. Page 86. in the City of Miami. County of Dade State "t !" ^." !" braced In Certificate No. 1292a. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate Issued was In the name of Unknown. Lot 15. Block 34. Ocean View Heights. Plat Book 2. Page 86. in the City of Mlam Countv of Side, State^ of Florida as embraced In Certificate No. 12973. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate issued was in the name of Unknown Cot 16. Block 34. Ocean Vievr Heights, Plat Book 2. Page 86. In the City ->f Mlam .Countv of „1 State "f Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 12974. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate issued w'.s in the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificates shall U redeemed according to law tax deed will issue thereon on the 31st day or r D 0 a b t ed' this 26th day of September. A D K%. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida By N. C. STERRBTT. D. C. Circuit Court Seal. 9/28 10/5 12 .i9-2 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County, Florida No. 9794 Re: Estate of JAMRS R. WARFIELD, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice Is hereby given that I have filed mv final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of JAMES R. WARF1ELD. deceased; and that on the 19th day of November. 1945. I will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of JAMES R. WARFIELD, deceased. This 17th day of October, 194a. FANNIE E. WARFIELD MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Administratrix 10/19-26 11/2-9 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County, Floridi Re: Kstate of MARTS) AGATHA WHITE Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice Is hereby given that she has filed her final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE, deceased: and that on the ;)0th day of November, 1945, will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final illscharge as Administratrix of the Kstate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE, deceased. This 19th day of October, 1945. MARGARET WHITE DUNCAN. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Administratrix. 10/26 11/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Dee-Llclous Products Co. at 5905 N. W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ______ IRVING A. SPIEGEL 10/12-19-26 11/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of President Madison Hotel at 3801 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ____,_,-.-, ALBERT GROSSMAN Mvers & Helman. Attorneys for Applicant^.. ..,___ NOTICE IS HERRBY GIVRN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Atlantic Metal Products & Sales Co at 47 N. R. 25th Street. Miami Florida. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cowrt of Dade County. Florida EDWARD T. BROOKS CHARLES ADELMAN 10/12-19-26 11/2-9 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722—Acts of 1941 File A U526 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that W. J. ROBINSON, holder of County Tax Certificate No 2S150 issued the Is) day of June. A. 1). 1942. has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property in the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wit: Its 23 and 24, Block 5. Alameda, a Sub,, Plat Hook 17. Page 81. In the County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the name of GENEVA W. HOOPER, Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of December, 1945. which is the 3rd day of December, 1945. Dated this 23rd day of October, 1945. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By L M. .JOHNSON. D. C. 10/26 11/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HRRRRY GIVRN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PATTY JOS RESTAURANT at 22SO S. W. 32nd Avenue. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRANK M. GORDON ELLA BRINKMAN Co-Partners ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicants 10/26 11/2-9-16-23 ^^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVRN that the undersigned, desiring to engnge in business under the fictitious name of RIVIANNA APARTMRNTS nt 929 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ^^ YETTA DACKS Applicants. MYERS & HEIMAN. Attorneys for applicants, 650 Sevbold Bldg., Miami, Florida. 10/26 11/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LENOX HOTEL, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ..___,_ LENORA MORRIS (Free Dealer) MORRIS BERICK, Attorney for Owner, 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. 10/19-2611/2-9-16 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA To ALL To WHOM THESE PRESRNTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS: This Is to certify that, whereas. Rose Qralnlck, Miami. Florida I,enora Morris, Miami Beach, Florida Morris Berick, Miami Beach, Florida did on the 11th day of September. A. D. 1944. cause to he incorporated under the pro visions of Chapter 10096. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925, M AND G, INC., a corporation, with its principal place of business at Miami, Dade County, in the State of Florida, and whereas the proper officers of such corporation did on the 17th day of October. A. D. 1945. Cause to be filed In the office of the Secretary of the State of Florida, a duly authenticated resolution adopted bv the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter 10096. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1925. Showing the dissolution of such corporation, and the Secretary of State is satisfied that the requirements of law have been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the seventeenth day of October. A, D. 1945, R. A. GRAY. (Seal) Secretary of State. MORRIS BERICK. Attorney. 605 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. 10/26 Buy War Bonds and Stamps. DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripnrc Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME 5-GALLON BOTTLE CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES i Plus Bottle Deposit PHONE 2-4128 70c 80c I t 1.5 ••j M ,\ 1



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 26, 1945

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

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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/V^^- T H E JEWISH UNlT7
ami
IF WISH WEEKLY
iME 18NUMBER 43
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
BEACH POST
iBE INSTALLED
institution of Jewish
Veterans, Miami Beach
330, and installation of
Irs will bo held 8 p. m. Sun-
Kit the Miami Beach Elks
720 West avc., Miami
Jamil) Kaufman of Tren-
[N. J., past national corn-
ier of JWV and holder of
Congressional Medal of
r, will be the principal
ys. A dance and enter-
henl in the outdoor patio
follow the installation to
the public is invited.
H. Hyman, general man-
A Florida Power and
L will present the national
and standard, which he is
ling to the post. Ac-
01 the colors will be
by Samuel Rivkind before
btalls the officers.
|ai>l Fciden, national vice
jiunder of the southern
has been selected as insti-
officer. The program
Talso include an address by
Frink, mayor of Miami
., invocation by Rabbi
fc Mescheloff, introductory
Irks by Dan Roth, and bene-
Tm by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
fcmbcrship in the newly of-
fed post is open to all
er servicemen of World
and II and all men now
|e service.
:fiau Fiends
Go On Trial
IANKFURT (JTA) Fifty
nans who are charged with
[murder of over 7,000 Jews
I the Dachau concentration
will go on trial next
fth in the first large war
les proceedings in the
trican zone. It will also be
[first prosecution of Germans
crimes against other Ger-
|S.
Dl. Leon Jawerski, who will
fn charge of the trial, esti-
es that at least 6,000 Jews
;it Dachau from ordinary
treatment and torture, while
where between 1,000 and
died as a result of medical
(enments performed upon
The first of the defen-
Its to be tried, he said, will
nh" doctors who conducted
fce experiments, most of
en are in custody. Jews who
^pcd death at Dachau will
far as witnesses. The trial
be held on the premises of
I camp.
[DL Appoints
*-w Assistant
Appointment of Gilbert J.
|kin as assistant director of
Florida regional office, Anti-
lamation league of B'nai
pin. has been announced by
"Drue J. Talianoff, Florida re-
pal director. Mr. Balkin will
Jye from Chicago with his
' and child to start work
15.
.native of St. Louis, Mo.,
Iion university of that city
P lias done postgraduate work
I""' social sciences at the Uni-
P".v of Cincinnati and Wash-
Si"n university.
FV comes to" ADL after ex-
siyc experience in federal
-nunent service. Employed
regional supervisor by the
' and Hour division in New
pans and Birmingham for
P. years, he transferred to At-
P:..in April to become exam-
.for the Committee on Fair
tpn0ymcnt Practices. His most
11"1, experience was as price
""Jst for the Atlanta OPA.
Zionists To Stage Mass Meeting
With Lelyveld As Speaker
UPA Asks Truman Aid
For Jewish Survivors
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld
Globetrotter To Join
Floridian Staff
Herman A. (Hi) Binder, world
traveler and newspaper column-
ist, will join the staff of the
Jewish Floridian shortly as a
feature writer and special as-
signment reporter.
For nis first assignment Bin-
der is planning a series of arti-
cles on. the Jewish hospital
situation in this area. In Sac-
ramento, he initiated a move-
ment for a fireproof hospital as
a memorial to the city's war
dead.
A life member of the Million
ATTLEE HEIST
ADMITTING JEWS
NEW YORK, (JTA)Empha-
sizing that the homeless Jewish
survivors of Europe are now in
the grip of unparalleled despair, t0 attend the meeting which is
more than 2,000 delegates at- I being sponsored by all local
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld. ex-
ecutive director of the Commit-
tee on Unity for Palestine, will
be guest speaker at a Zionist
Mass Meeting scheduled for 8
p. m. Wednesday evening at
Temple Israel.
An open forum discussion of
the Zionist problem and the
latest news on the Palestinian
situation will be on the agenda.
A capacity crowd is expected
WASHINGTON, (JTA)
President Truman revealed this
week that Prime Minister Cle-
ment Attlee is not in agreement
with his request to admit 100,000
Jewish refugees into Palestine.
The President told his press President 'take" the initiative
conference that he considers the in the creation of an inter-
suggestion which he made to national agency which would be
the British Government reason- empowered to recover the prop-
tending the twentieth annivers-
ary conferences of the United
Palestine Appeal at the Hotel
Commodore voted to submit a
three-point program to Presi-
dent Truman urging his con-
tinued support for the immedi-
ate immigration of 100,000 Jews
into Palestine and calling upon
the Chief Executive to help pro-
vide land, sea and air transpor-
tation to speed their entry.
The resolution embodying the
Zionist groups including the Mi-
ami and Miami Beach Districts
of the Zionist Organization,
Hadassah, American Jewish
Congress, Mizrachi, Poale Zion
and others.
Rabbi Lelyveld will also ad-
dress a series of parlor meetings
while he is in Miami. On Mon-
day evening, he will speak at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Spaet. Tuesday evening he
will lead a discussion group at
program also requested that the : the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
Herman A. (Hi) Binder
Dollar Round Table of Life In-
surance Underwriters, Binder is
a consultant for life insurance
on business and tax matters.
As an accredited press repre-
sentative, he attended the San
Francisco conference last spring
and interviewed such top flight
delegates as Stettinius, Eden
and Molotov. In his globetrot-
ting days, he visited 20 Euro-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
bnaTb'rith lodges
to meet tuesday
Both the Sholem and the Mi:
ami Beach lodges of B'nai
B'rith have scheduled meetings
for Tuesday evening. Sholem
lodge will hold a business and
social meeting at Beth David
auditorium to launch the bond
and membership drives. A nom-
inating committee for the forth-
coming election will be selected.
The motion picture "Diary of a
Sergeant," will be shown. Sam
Silver, meetings chairman, an-
nounces. ... 1,
The Miami Beach lodge will
convene at the Y, 1 Lincoln rd..
to hear Rabbi Irving Lehrman
describe his recent trip through
a number of Army camps with
a group from the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
George Bcrtman will announce
committee appoints and the
Nominating committee will
make a report on its slate for the
December election.
able, and hopes that the Prime
Minister will comply with it.
He declared that the matter is
still under consideration by the
British Government and he does
not want to appear to be push-
ing them unduly.
Allied D;y Statement
LONDON ttfTA)The state-
ment on Palestine which was
expected to be issued last Thurs-
by Prime Minister Attlee in the
House of Commons was not
made. The Prime Minister told
Commons that he hoped to
make a statement on the Pales-
tine q u e s t i o n "in the near
future."
The Daily Herald, official or-
gan of the Labor Party, said this
week that it understands that a
statement on Palestine will be
made by the Government next
week. The paper's political cor-
respondent predicts that Prime
Minister Attlee will suggest that
the problem is one that the
United Nations will have to solve
as part of the general peace set-
tlement.
Conservative and anti-Zionist
member of Parliament Lord
Winterton declared that every
moment of delay in this matter
would make the solution harder
than it would have been had
the Government "taken cour-
i age." Amid laughter, Prime
, Minister Attlee replied: "It is
I not a question of taking courage,
I but of taking thought first."
Azzam Bey, general secretary
! of the Arab League, addressed a
! meeting of parliamentarians on
the Palestine issue. The Jewish
i Telegraphic Agency learns that
only fourteen members of Par-
liament, several of them pro-
Zionists, attended the gathering
as compared with the 150 who
attended a similar meeting last
week with Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann.
The overwhelming majority
lot the Labor Party in Parlia-
'ment arc for carrying out the
party's pledges with regard to
Palestine and favor abrogation
| of the White Paper. Labonte
i Thomas O'Brien said addressing
a jneeting in Nottingham.
erty expropriated from Europe's
Jews or left behind by the mil-
lions who were massacred and
to use funds exclusively for the
relief, rehabilitation and reset-
tlement of the surviving Jews
of Europe.
The conference also adopted a
resolution pledging all-out sup-
port of every mleasure taken by
the Jews of Palestine to resist
the attempts of the British Gov-
ernment to carry out by force
the cessation of immigration as
ham Goodman; Thursday eve-
ning, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hei-
man; and Friday evening, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Blank.
Rabbi Lelyveld resigned from
his pulpit in Omaha, Neb., two
years ago to devote his time to
the Committee on Unity. He is
a graduate of the Hebrew Union
college and Columbia university
where he was editor of the Co-
lumbia Spectator. He-taught at
the Hebrew Union college for
several years and was affiliated
with a congregation in Hamil-
ton, Ohio, before going to
Omaha.
Rabbi Lelyveld is a Phi Beta
provided in the White Paper apM and holds the degree of
nnr) "tn =., oront m, nf master of Hebrew literature.
Jews from the devastation and
desolation of Europe by bring-
ing therrl into the Jewish home-
land in the largest possible
numbers."
Declaring that President Tru- j
man's request to Prime Minister
Attlee that Britain provide for
the immigration into Palestine
of 100,000 Jews from war-torn
Europe at the earliest possible
date is "intended to meet the'
immediate problem of saving
human beings," Senator William .
J. Fullbright of Arkansas as- j
serted that it was "the most !
pressing problem of the mo- I
ment" and expressed the hope j
that immediate action would be
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4J
He is chairman of the Race Re-
lations Commission on Justice,
and Peace of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis. He
has travelled throughout the
country in behalf of the pro-
gram of the Committee on Unity
to get American Jewish com-
munities behind the effort to se-
cure a national home for the
Jewish people in Palestine.
Dr. Jacob Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel, will
deliver the benediction at the
meeting Wednesday. Dr. Louis
Lytton, president of the Miami
Beach Zionist district, is in
charge of arrangements. He is
assisted by Mr. and Mrs. George
Cohen, Rabbi Max Shapiro, and
Mrs. Max Dobrin.
What Are You Giving
For Permanent Peace?
"If you have an income, you have a victory loan quota."
This is the statement of Horace F. Cordes, executive chairman
of the Dade county Victory Loan drive which begins Monday.
Here is the quota guide to help you determine your bond
purchase:
Aver income Your quoto
per month in cash is:
$235 and over $131.25
$200 234 93.75
$140 199 56.25
$139 and under 37.50
The overall quota for Dade county in the eighth campaign
is $20,213,000. Of this, $5,542,000 is earmarked for Series E
bonds. The daily quota for Series E bonds is $86,609.38.
All Series E, F and G Victory bonds and Series C Savings
notes sold between Oct. 29 and Dec. 31 will be counted in the
county's quota.
Hospitalization and reconditioning care of our wounded
head the list of why the public is urged to buy and keep bonds
even though the war is over.
Other reasons include: musterng-out pay for servicemen
Maturity Value
of Bonds
$175.00
125.00
75.00
50.00
COLOMBIAN HERE
ON WAYJTOPARLEY
Senator Dario Samper, Colom-
bian delegate to the World
ChnstiBfl L.onleien t TVTnv vuici ioubwih ia*w***w iMw>wt^-vMi h**"*! *w* ocivivcuica
tin?:.;laSJrwCarrivalin Miami and women, GI loans to help veterans establish themselves
and their families in civilian life, postwar education for boys
who left school to ao to war, a journey home for battle-weary
can 'ty."' lg. men, maintenance and pay for those still in the armed services,
tend the COjergn^e 2. He has | termination of war contracts, maintenance of occupational
boughtV'a message concerning j forces, maintenance of large postwar Navy, other obligations
Palestine from Colombian Presi- | -j^^g directly out of the war.
dent Alberto L. Camargo. -
Shapiro on his arrival in h
Monday. Senator Samper is the
first of* a group of Latin Ameri-
can representatives who.will at-
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PERSONALLY SPEAKING
JOURNEY'S END ....
Ma\. Milton Saslaw, first Miami doctor to volunteer his
services to the Army five years ago, is back in Miami on sep-
aration leave till February. Maj. Saslaw served 18 months in
Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Levine of New Jersey are
making their home at 1421 S. W. 13th st. now that Mr. Levine
is out of the Army after three years' duty. While the former
corporal was in service, his wife resided with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Abend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon will
arrive in Miami today after spending a week in Cleveland
where Mr. Gordon attended a funeral director's convention. .
Mr. and Mrs. B Cohen and baby son, Gilbert, have returned to
their home, 11 S. W. 38th ct., after a month's stay in Brooklyn
. Home also is Mrs. Morris Plant who spent four months in
New York and Conecticut visiting her children and grand-
children. .
Mr. and Mrs Sherman J. Tobin, who were married in Cleve-'
land Sept. 2, have returned from their honeymoon trip through ,
Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York. The bride is the former ,
Miss Anna Ruth Finn of Akron. The couple, now making their
home at 849 Lenox ave, met while both were attending Ohio
State university. Mr. Tobin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin.
... I. Goldberrg returned to his home, 1719 Jefferson ave., this
week after a sojourn in Battle Creek, Mich. Jane Broner is
back in town at the El Mirasol. Sarn Paetro, 980 W. 48th
St., has completed a business trip to New York. Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Trau, 4574 Nautilus dr.. have arrived home after three
months in Indiana, Cleveland and New York. .
Mr and Mrs Joseph Manheimer have returned to their
home, 16 Phoenetia ave, Coral Gables, after spending five
months with their son. Dr. Stephen Manheimer, director of Mt.
Sinai hospital, Chicago. ... Mr. and Mrs Hy Coverman got in
town Wednesday to visit Mrs. Coverman's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Ade'lman Mr. Coverman wes recently discharged
from the Army after his return horn overseas. The couple j
plans to make our city their home.
Mi and Mrs. Jack Zubin will arrive from Buffalo today to !
visit Mrs. Zubin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sindey Levenson,
512 12th St., Miami Beach. Mr. Zubin was recently discharged
from the Army as a sergeant after four years in service. He was
overseas from the beginning of the African campaign until
recently and received a citation from Gen. Mark Clark. .
Mr. and Mrs David Adlerbaum, 1820 S. W. Sixth st., have re-
turned from a thre' months' vacation in Chicago. Their daughl
ter, Mrs. Israel Slotsky, and two-month-old granddaughter,
Myrna Ethel, came back to Miami with them. Spending his
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Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
ninth season in Miami Beach.
Dr. Elias Wagner, Buffalo op-
tometrist, is stopping at the
Blackston hotel. Dr. Wagner has
sight daughters, all of whom are
married, and 15 grandchildren.
His daughters have founded
their own Sisters' club. Dr. wag-
ner expects a visit from several
members of his family including
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Gray of
Newark, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Sultanik of Buffalo and a third
daughter. Mrs. Lilian Carrel .
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Charner are
spending their honeymoon at the
Congress hotel. They were mar-
ried in New York Sept. 30. Mrs.
Charner is the former Ruth
Weiss. The newlyweds were re-
cently honored at a dinner at
the Latin Quarter. Mrs. Au-
gusta Stone has returned to the
Blackstone after a four-month
vacation in New York. Virginia,
Canada and New England. She
spent several days with her
grandson. Richard Stone, at
Cambridge. Mass.. where he is a
student at Harvard. .
AROUND THE TOWN
Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig have
bought a home on Di Lido Isle.
. Nat Roth was unanimously
reelected president of the Flor-
ida Fashion Mart Sunday night
during, the fashion exhibition
given by state manufacturers.
This is Roth's sixth term as
president. Othei local men
lected wi re !'< rry Radin, treas-
urer, and Elmer Warren, secre-
tary, Larry Friedman is new
manager of the recently r< lec-
- rat d Mayflowi r hoti I, 1702 Al-
ton id. Dr. Max Tendiich, a
recent gradu Loy< la Dental
school in Chicago, is now .i den-
tal intern at the U. S. Marine
hospital, Baltimore. Dr. i nd Mrs.
Tendiich visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Ti ndrich, a few
weeks ago. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro was .must speaker at the
Coral Gables Lions club lunch-
eon Wednesday and at the anni-
versary banquet for the hard of
hearing Sunday in observance
of national hearing week. .
Los Rohde's band at the Olympia
is using a new song as its theme
this week. The song. "When you
knock, knock, knock at my
door," was written by Marie
Deskins and S. Sgt. William Tan-
ner. Al Mercur is opening
his Hollywood Show Bar at 100
W. Flagler around'Nov. 15. .
Albert B. Bernstein. 150 S. E.
Fourth St., has joined the faculty
of the U. of M. Law school as a
lecturer in taxation. He is a
graduate of the U. of Georgia
and Columbia Law school. .
George Goldberg is out of the
hospital after a bout with pneu-
monia. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosenstein.
4450 Post ave., Miami Beach, had
triple cause to celebrate Sunday
night at Kitty Davis'their 25th
wedding anniversary and the re-
lease of both their son. Joseph,
and their son-in-law. Lt. Fred
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Grossberg, from the service.
Thenr son. who is married and
has a young daughter, served
in the Army for three years un-
til his discharge early this
month. He was a first lieuten-
ant. Lt. Grossberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Grossberg. was
discharged Monday after being
in the air corps for about two and
one-half years. His wife is the
former Esther Rosenstein. .
Mr. and Mrs. Nat H. Hochman,
formerly of Jersey City. N. J.,
now residents of Miami Beach,
celebrated their 25th wedding
anniversary Oct. 17. Mr. and
Mrs. Hochman, formerly of Jer-
sey City, N. J., came to Miami
Beach with their daughters, the
Misses Adele, Rita and Brenda
Hochman. Mrs. Hochman is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Brenner. .
Miss Ruth Wolkowsky will
leave tomorrow to resume her
studies for a master's degree in
music at the University of Mich-
igan where she was graduated
last June. Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Rothschild left last Sunday for
a six weeks business trip through
the South. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Manual Levin have gone
to Montreal for their honey-
moon, following their marriage
last Thursday at Beth David.
They will stop in New York for
ten wreks before going to At-
lanta where they will make their
home temporarily at the Ansley
hotel. Mrs. Levin is the former
Adele Segall. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Philip Segall. My-
ron L. Alpert of Miami Beach
flew to New York last week to
visit his father who was ill. .
Sgt. Murray Miller is leaving to-
day for Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga.. after
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1 'CELLIST
York music critics are
[their most enthusiastic ad-
|es in describing the work
nnard Rose. 26-year-old 'cel-
|oni Miami.
, who is first 'cellist with
F.' Y. Philharmonic orches-
Jiade his debut in the recital
|at Town Hall, Oct. 12. Here
the critics received him:
Y. World Telegram: "Mr.
is importanet 'cello play-
[h stems from the mind, the
and, it would not be too
fctc-lied to say, the soul. For
is a musician whose gifts
iborn."
J Y. Times: "Mr. Rose ... is
(possessor of a remarkably
I :md accurate technique;
\s from the 'cello a fine
tone, and has interpretive
[which more experienced ar-
[ might well envy."
Y. Post: "He combines the
kniic energy of youth with
laturo musicianship and an
imagination.'"
The N. Y. Herald Tribune
of his "superlative musi-
fehip." "impeccable taste,'
"extraordinary musical per-
l Y. Sun: "-. his mastery of
instrument, his completely
Iborcd and unostentious man-
]his properly tempered lyric-
and most of all. his musical
nt, are remarkable for a 'cel-
i his twenties."
young cellist, son of Harry
first won acclaim at the
[ of 13 when he was given a
000 scholarship to the Curtis
jtute. At the age of 17 he
Une first cellist with the
Symphony until Artur Ro-
iki gave him a four-year con-
with the Cleveland Sym-
nv. When Rodinski became
luctor of the New York-Phil-
mil', he brought Rose back
him.
liami audiences will have an
ortunity to hear Rose play
spring when he will appear
concert sponsored by sev-
local organizations.
luy More War Bonds!
fJewisiirhridian
PAGE THREE
CENTER APPOINTS
MUSIC DIRECTOR
Joseph Schreibman, formerly
?! Philadelphia, has joined the
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center as mu-
sical director.
M r. Schreibman
comes to the Cen-
ter after having
been affiliated
with station WD-
AS in Philadel-
phia for nine
years as musical
director. He ap-
peared on the
concert stage
with such artists
as Nelson Eddy and Helen Jep-
son and was instructor of piano
at Temple university. He also
served as assistant director of
the Pennsylvania Opera comp-
any.
An ardent Zionist, Schreib-
man has made an intensive
study of religious and Palestin-
ian music and organized and led
a choir which specialized in
Jewish music. In addition, he
has collaborated with many of
the famous cantors, among them
Yosele Rosenblatt and Berele
Chagi.
Schreibman will train the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center syna-
gogue choir and will take part
in the religious services.
Schreibman
VAAD ENDORSES
MALTER MARKET
Rabbi Jacob E. Rackovsky,
director of the Greater Miami
Vaad Hakashrus, announced
Wednesday that Malter's Sun-
shine Kosher Market, 436-440
Collins ave., is now under the
supervision and has the en-
dorsement of the Vaad. Mal-
ter's, on the Beach for 18 years,
handles strictly kosher meat and
poultry and offers free delivery
daily. The Rev. Meyer Faber is
Mashgiach.
The Greater Miami Vaad.
which supervises the Sunshine
Market, is composed of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center, Temple Beth Sholom,
Beth T'Siloh of Miami Beach.
Beth David and the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation.
VETS INVITE PUBLIC
Members of all veterans
groups and their friends are
invited by the Miami Beach
post No. 330, Jewish War Vet-
erans, to attend the institution
ceremonies 8 p. m. Sunday at
the Elks' club, 720 West ave.
HOLLYWOOD GROUP
TO DISCUSS VETS
Rehabilitation of the veteran
will be the topic of discussion at
a meeting of the Ladies' auxil-
iary of the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center, Nov. 7, at
the Rotary club.
At a recent meeting of the
auxiliary Mrs. A. J. Ryan, mem-
ber of the American Legion
State Rehabilitation committee
was guest speaker. She was in-
troduced by Mrs. Fred Penn,
president of the Legion auxil-
iary. The program was ar-
ranged by Mrs. Lillian Hauser.
Twenty-four children have
enrolled in the Community Cen-
ter's Sunday school to date.
ROSE CHAPTER HELPS
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
MIAMI JWV FETES
1.000th GUEST
Presentation of a victory bond
to the thousandth serviceman
entertained by the Freda
Markowitz post No. 174 of the
Jewish War Veterans was made
Oct. 14 at the Miami Y. Re-
cipient of the bond, a gift of the
Army-Navy committee. was
First Lt. D. M. Yladis of Elmira,
N. Y.
Over 200 convalesent service-
men and hostesses of the Miami
Service league were present at
the ceremonies which followed
the post's semi-monthly sight- I
seeing trip to the Seminole In- I
dian village.
Another group of convales- :
cents will be entertained by the j
post Sunday afternoon, William I
Kresner, chairman of the motor-
cade committee, announces. The ,
JWV is host to from 40 to 60 j
veterans every other Sunday.
Y TO GIVE DANCE
Witches, black cats and pump-
kins will be very much in evi-
dence at the Emanon club's Hal-
lowe'en dance Wednesday night
at the Miami Y. Members and
prospective members will vie for
prizes for the best costumes and
will play traditional Hallowe'en
games.
Costumes are optional. Al
Kraus, chairman of the social
committee, reports. The dance
will begin at 8:30 p. m.
Buy More War Bonds.
A contribution of $15 to the
building fund campaign of the
Gen. Rose Memorial hospital
has been made by the Rose
chapter of B'nai Birth. The
chapter is named for the late
Maj. Gen. Maurice Rose of
Denver.
More than $790,000 of the one
million dollar goal has been
pledged to build and equip the
hospital, Gen. M. Blumberg, sec-
retary of the campaign, reports
in a letter acknowledging the
chapter's gift.
TEEN-AGERS DANCE
Play safedon't talk.
Boys and girls from 13 to 16
years old have been invited to
attend the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center's Youth
Council dance tomorrow evening
at 8:15 p. m. Sgt. Samuel Miller
will be in charge of the dance
which is the first activity of the
Youth Council this year.
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MALTER'S SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET
Announces with Pleasure that the
SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET
is now under the able supervision of the
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS
with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director, and Rev. Meyer Faber as Mashgiach
The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus organized to serve the Greater
Miami Community, represents the following synagogues:
Miami Beach Jewish Center Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach
Beth T'Filoh, Miami Beach Beth David, Miami
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami
We handle and have always handled
the finest of *M)^) Strictly Kosher
Meats
and Poultry
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local residents with the finest of strictly
Kosher meats and poultry for 18 years
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FREE DELIVERY
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vjewist ftcridton
""PAY, OCTOBER
UPA ASKS TRUMAN AID
FOR JEWISH SURVIVORS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
taken by the British Govern-
ment.
Sen. Fullbright suggested that
if the British are afraid that
they might become involved in
controversies beyond their
power to control, they should
give up the mandate to the
United Nations Organization to
administer under the Trustee-
ship Council as provided in the
United Nations Charter.
Dorothy Thompson charged
Ibn Saud with an attempt to
blackmail the United States on
the question of Palestine. Com-
menting on the exchange of cor-
respondence between President
Roosevelt and the Arab leader
which was made public several
days ago. Miss Thompson em-
phasized that the British and
American Governments en-
dorsed the establishment of a
Jewish national home with the
clearly expressed intention that
it be ultimately set up as a Jew-
ish state. She also stressed the
fact that formal agreements
were made with the Arabs
through Emu Feisel, who gave
his official approval of the pro-
gram for the reconstruction of j
the ancient Jewish homeland.
WASHINGTON, (JTA> The
first public session of the Inter-
national War Crimes Tribunal
opened in Berlin last Friday j
with the presentation by the Al- ;
lied prosecutors of a 35,000-word '
indictment, charging twenty- '
four U>d Nazi leaders and the
German High Command with
various crimes against humanity
and placing squarely upon them
the guilt for the extermination
of 5.700,000 Jews in Europe
since tin- outbreak of the war in
1939.
Tlu' Nazi persecution of the
Jews runs like .< thread through-
out the whole 41-page indict-
ment. The document charges
that while "implementing their
master race' policy, the con-
spirators joined in a program of
relentless persecution of the
Jews, designed to exterminate
them. Annihilation of the Jews
became an official state policy,
carried out both by official ac-
tion and by incitements to mob
and individual violence. The
conspirators openely avowed
this purpose."
Quoting from the anti-Jewish
speeches of Alfred Rosenberg,
Robert Ley, Julius Streicher
and other defendants who con-
stantly emphasized that not a
single Jew must be left alive in
Europe, the indictment says:
"These avowals and incite-
ments were typical of the decla-
rations of the Nazi conspirators
through the course of their con-
spiracy. The program of action
against the Jews included
disfranchisement, stigmatization,
denial of civil rights, subjecting
their persons and property to
violence, deportation, enslave-
ment, enforced labor, starvation,
murder and mass extermination."
The murder and ill-treatment
of Jews and other groups of the
civilian populations were car-
ried out by divers means, the
document reports. These in-
cluded shooting, hanging, gas-
ing, starvation, gross over-
i crowding, systematic under-
I nutrition, systematic imposition
' of labor beyond the strength of
I those ordered to carry them out.
1 inadequate provision of surgical
and medical service, kickings,
| beatings, brutality and torture
I of all kinds, including the use of
hot irons and pulling out of fin-
gernails and the performance of
experiments by means of opera-
tions and otherwise on living
human subjects."
VAAD ENDORSES
TWO MOREJUTCHERS
The Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashrus through its executive
director Rabbi Joseph E. Rac-
kovsky informs the public that
at the last executive board
meeting it was duly resolved to
grant supervision and endorse-
ment to the following butchers:
Willie Malter of Matter's Kosher
Market. 436 Collins ave., Miami j
Beach, and Reb Berelle. of Reb.
Berelle's Poultry Market. 237 I
Collins ave.. Miami Beach.
The Vaad also announces that j
Kenholz's Market. 415 Espanola |
way, Miami Beach, which was |
endorsed previously, will make
deliveries in the city of Miami !
until the committee grants its
supervision and endorsement to
a butcher in Miami.
GLOBETROTTER TO JOIN
FLORIDIAN STAFF
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
pean countries, including Pales-
tine and Egypt. He was a guest
at a dinner given for the Duke
of Windsor, then the Prince of
Wales, in Paris. A delegate for
the U. S. Chamber of Com-
merce, he attended an annual
western division meeting in
Honolulu.
Binder is past president of the
B'nai B'rith Bcvcrley Hills
lodge. Temple B'nai Israel of
Sacramento, Life Underwriters
association. San Francisco Op-
timists club, American War
Dads chapter and is currently
president of the Medical Foun-
dation of America. He has re-
ceived numerous citations from
the U. S. Treasury department
and other government agencies
for the participation in fund
raising and bond selling.
Binder came to Miami five
months ago from California.
A. I. TOBIN HURT
IN ATLANTA ACCIDENT
Struck by a car while he was
crossing the street last Tuesday
in Atlanta. A. J. Tobin is now
at the St. Joseph's Infirmary in
Atlanta. Mr. Tobin sustained a
fractured collar bone and frac-
tured leg.
Mrs. Tobin and their daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ted Markow, flew to
Atlanta to be with Mr. Tobin.
Mrs. Tobin will return to Miami
with her husband in about two
weeks. Mrs. Markow returned
early this week.
Mr. Tobin and his son-in-law
were attending a bottlers' con-
vention when the accident oc-
curred. Mr Markow was with
Tobin at the time, but was not
injured.
COMMITTEES NAMED
FOR CENTER DRIVE
Officers spurring the drive for
the half-million-dollar expansion
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter met recently at the Black-
stone hotel to appoint the first
five functioning committees.
Listed to date are the initial
| gifts committee, special gifts,
I legal committee, architects' com-
mittee and tourist committee.
Heading the initial gifts divi-
sion is Samuel Friedland, chair-
man. Committee members are
Mayer Frankel, Isadore Gold-
berg. Nathan Glosser, Joseph M.
Rose. Harry Sirkin and Alfred
Stone. Chairman of special Rifts
is Joseph M. Rose, Working with
him will be Joseph Lipton, Shep-
ard Broad, Leo Eisenstein and
Morris Newmark.
The tourist committee, with
Alex Sussman, chairman, con-
sists of Sam Bernstein, N. H.
Darsky and Mayer Frenkel.
Chairman of the legal committee
is Herman Berk.
Alfred Stone is chairman of
the architects' committee. His
committee members include
Samuel Friedland, Nathan Glos-
ser, Abe Goodman, Nat H. Han-
koff, Joe Lipton, Joseph M.
Rose and Harry Sirkin.
Further working committees
are in process of formation. The
fund-raising campaign is ex-
pected to begin shortly and will
feature several nationally known
speakers.
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congregations were present. A
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mism and The Council
rinciples and
_ of the
It Organization
DR. M. A. LIPKIND
sm is a movement which
solve the age-old prob-
of Jewish homelessness
i the establishment of
no as the national home-
br the Jewish people. Zion-
the same time, strives for
iral and spiritual renais-
of the Jewish people in
ver countries they may re-
Zionist aim is contained
i official platform formu-
Bt the first Zionist congress
oed at Basle, Switzerland,
J7, by Dr. Theodore Herzl,
bunder of modern Zionism,
ds: "Zionism aims to secure
,e Jewish people a national
, in Palestine guaranteed by
ijational law."
nists insist on Palestine
as a Jewish homeland be-
the history of the Jewish
e is inextricably inter-
|d with Palestine. It was in
Itine that the Jewish proph-
preached monotheism and
ithical concent of the broth-
of man. Through the cen-
the continuous historic
Ration of the Jewish people
Palestine has never been
onism achieved one of its
with the Balfour declara-
EDITORS NOTE: In this is-
sue, the Jewish Floridian is
beginning a symposium be-
tween the American Council
for Judaism and the Zionists.
Each week for the next four
weeks, a local member of each
group will write an article on
an assigned subject. The topic
for this week concerns the
principles, aims and ideals of
the Zionists and the Council.
Dr. M. A. Lipkind and Benja-
min E. Bronston are covering
the subject for their respective
organizations.
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tion issued on Nov. 2, 1917. It
was substantiated later by the
creation of the Palestine man-
date endorsed by fifty-two na-
tions who incorporated in the
preamble theiri recognition of
the historic connection of the
Jewish people with Palestine.
Zionists believe that the es-
tablishment of a Jewish state
in Palestine will not only pro-
vide a permanent home and se-
curity for millions of homeless
and up-rooted Jews, but will also
serve to remove the stigma of
"wanderers" from the Jewish
people and eliminate the funda-
mental disability under which
the Jews live as compared with
other peoples. Moreover, the ex-
istence of a Jewish national
homeland will serve as a source
of spiritual strength and provide
a cultural center for the Jews
of the world.
Zionists maintain that the Jews
constitute a people or nation-
ality, possessing all the attributes
of nationhood except for the fact
that since their exile from Pal-
estine they have lacked a na-
tional homeland.
Zionism is the direct antithesis
of assimilationalism. When The-
odore Herzl, the founder of mod-
ern Zionism, rejected the goal of
political emancipation set up by
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the Haskalah movement, he did
it because he recognized this
end could be realized only
through assimilation. He de-
manded that the world recognize
the Jews as a nation and restore
them to their homeland as a self-
governing body. Herzl's proph-
esy about the future of the Ger-
man Jews is significant in the
light of present occurrances. If
more than one hundred years of
assimilation have not prevented
the Germans from segregating
and outlawing their Jews, then
the principle of assimilation as
a solution to the Jewish problem
must be discarded.
Zionists believe that a Jewish
national home in Palestine is
the only solution to the problem
of finding a haven of refuge for
the homeless and stateless Euro-
pean Jews. Some of these unfor-
tunate Jews will either be unable
to adjust themselves in their
home or will be unwilling to
live in places where they have
witnessed too much persecution
and brutality. Zionists, further-
more, believe that a large num-
ber of European Jews would
prefer to live in Palestine re-
gardless of improved conditions
in their own countries. They
have reason to doubt whether
the restriction on immigration
now operating in all the coun-
tries will ever be relaxed.
Zionists say that the achieve-
ments of the Jews in Palestine
have created the possibility for
increased mass settlement of
Jews both in agriculture and in-
dustry. Besides, Palestine is the
only country in the world where
Jewish immigrants would be re-
ceived with open arms.
The Zionist program is sup-
ported by the great majority of
1 American Jewry. The demo-
cratically elected representatives
of more "than two million Ameri-
can Jews, representing every im-
portant Jewish organization,
group and community in the
country, assembled Sept. 1. 1943
in the American Jewish Confer-
esce. With only four of the 502
delegates dissenting, they adopt-
ed a resolution on Palestine de-
manding that its gates be opened
to Jewish immigration; that the
Jewish agency be vested with
authority to direct and regulate
immigration into Palestine, and
to develop the agricultural and
industrial possibilities of the
country to the maximum. These
measures, the resolution goes on
to say, "constitute the essential
prerequisites for the attainment
of a Jewish majority and for the
recreation of the Jewish Com-
monwealth," which is the objec-
tive of the Jewish people.
Zionists voice their protests
in no uncertain terms, against
the negation of sacred promises
and nullification of signed agree-
ments made by the British gov-
ernment. We have the moral
support of the great majority,of
American Jews and of many in-
fluential non-Jews.
American Zionists give their
undivided support to the Pales-
tinian Jews who are at this hour
poised for a life and death strug-
gle for their freedom and their
human rights.
The Zionist movement is con-
fronted with grim realities with
harsh facts, with a dreadful ca-
tastrophe. That we still have
among us a handful of Jews who.
obhvious to immediate needs,
orcfer to argue about theories
ana definitions and to sabotage
our endeavors.makes our prob-
lem more tragic. __,
But we Zionists are the optim-
ists of Jewish life, because we
neak of the indestructibility of
^/people and the futility of all
that our enemies may do.
We shall ultimately triumph
because all elements of Justice.
Statesmanship and Religion in
fhe whole world are on our side.
The Aims and the Objec-
tives of the American
Council for Judaism, Inc.
By BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON
The American Council foi
Judaism of which Lessing J.
Rosenwald is its President and
Rabb" Elmer Berger who is its
executive director, is assisted by
some of the country's outstanding
rXens of the Jewish faith. Just
to mention a few of the many
are Rabbi Louis Wolsey of Phil-
adelphia. Rabbi Louis Binstock
f rhiraeo Rabbi Irving E.
icnertTsan Francisco.Rabbi
Jffi? ^oS-rF?in?S
York Mrs. Sidney C. Borg of
principles:
Religion is the Basis of Unity
Among Jews. Religion unites our
fellow-Jews wherever they live.
Religion need not be confined
to a country as national ties do,
but is a universal bond of which
Christianity is a living example.
Therefore, Judaism as in the past
is the only hope for the future
of world Jewry and will keep us
united as fellow co-religionists to
live as free men in a free world.
2. Jews Should Consider Them-
selves Nationals of Those Coun-
tries in Which They Live, and
Those Lands Their Homelands.
"When a Jewish body asks that
special representatives be seated,
as Jews, in the councils of na-
tions it is by implication main-
taining that Jewry is a separate
nationality, and that Jews should
be treated, not as Americans or
Englishmen or Frenchmen or
Germans or Palestinians, but as
something elseas persons with
an allegiance which differs from
that of all other citizens of their
countries." We firmly believe
that a Jew being part of an in-
tricate society should have* no
political aspirations other than
those of his fellow citizens.
3. The United Nations Should
Provide Resettlement Under the
Best Possible Conditions to all
Uprooted Victims of Naxi Per-
secution. The Potsdam Past
and the United Nations Charter
provide the right of Jews as of
all men, to live anywhere and
enjoy the privileges of citizen-
ship as long as they obey the
laws of the land. The need to
find homes for the displaced
Jews, the ability of Palestine to
absorb such unfortunates, their
desire to go there, are facts that
require consideration not only
among Jews, but Christians and
Moslems alike. Numerous lo-
calities throughout the world be-
sides PALESTINE, must be
found where resettlement can
be effected for these displaced
people. It is the responsibility
of the United Nations, to allow
immigration to all countries, and
PALESTINE due to its splendid
accomplishments should continue
to be one of the places where re-
settlement should be fostered.
In such a country Jews will be
Palestinians of the Jewish faith
as we here are Americans of the
Jewish faith.
4. Any Hopeful Future for
Jews in Palestine Depends Upon
the Ultimate Establishment of a
Democratic Government There.
The first step in this direction is
to hold a plebiscite. The people
of Palestine by an election should
determine the form of self-gov-
ernment that should be adminis-
tered, where Jews, Moslems and
Christians shall be justly repre-
sented. This will preserve not
only what the Jews cherish in
Palestine, but will open the land,
which has cradled so many re-
ligions, to all.
In conclusion, the American
Council for Judaism is opposed
to the establishment of a Jew-
ish National State in Palestine
or anywhere else, with the es-
tablishment of a Jewish army.
a Jewish flag, and a Jewish Na-
tional anthem. It is also opposed
to all philosophies that stress
radicalism, nationalism and
homelessness of the Jews as in-
jurious to their interests wherev:
er they live. "The entire Nazi
strategy on Jews was built on a
propaganda making Jews out as
a separate people. Civilizations
answer to Nazism must reject
the Nazi thesis."
The above outlined principle*
are also in my opinion the only
position that democratic citizens
of the Jewish faith can take with
logical consistency, human dig-
nity and ethical fairness.
A Chapter or the American
Council for Judaism, Inc.. has
been formed here in Miami and
is known as SOUTHERN FLOR-
IDA CHAPTER, P. O. Drawer
No. 750, Miami. Its officers and
directors are: President, Benja-
min E. Bronston; vice-presidents.
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er, Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein;
secretary, Harry Boy ell; treas-
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committee. Herbert U. Feibel-
man, chairman; Dr. Carl N. Her-
man. West Palm Beach; Rabbi
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bert B. Bernstein, Alvin Cas-
sell, Dr. Frank Coret, Herbert S.
Gimbel, Maurice Luxenberg.
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VOLUME 18
NUMBER 43
HESHVAN 19, 5706
Miami 18
Digest ..f the mall received at Jewish
Vu.ildlan poet office box.
Palestine Arab party pro-
claims general Strike for Nov. 2.
28th anniversary of Balfouidec-
laration UFA sets $51., 59.405
budget for coming year ur.
Baruch Levin hopes to produce
40 million units of crude penicil-
lin a month at Hebrew univer-
sity in Jerusalem Zionist
groups form Youth Immigration
Coordinating committee to act
as advisory body in fund-raising
here for sending Jewish youth to
Palestine Histadrut building
cooperative to construct l.h&u
homes before June /*l'w
Yorkers stage open-air ra ly to
back Jewish Palestine's fight for
freedom this week Hadassan
convention reasserts positive
Palestine policy Homer
Maertz and other Christian front
leaders jailed in N. Y. on com-
plaint of JWV commander .
Anti-Nazi league urges N. Y. Ho-
tel association to bar meetings
of hate groups Yiddish Sci-
entific Institute studies German
Nazi
in
Germanv are improving so rap-
idlv that winter should create no
serious suffering among them
. B'nai B'rith to give medallion
to Henry Morgenthau^ Jr.. at tes-
7. .
THE TRIALS BEGIN...
The major German war criminals have been served with
copies of their indictments and the trials are scheduled to be-
gin very shortly.
Confronted with the imminence of justice to be meted out
to them, the newspapers report that many of these Nazis are
expressing religious thoughts and that Goering in particular is
showing a keen interest in the Old Testament. It is too bad
that a little religion did not percolate in their minds before com-
mitting their atrocities. They might then not be requiring this
penitence.
The war criminals trial is not a means of obtaining ven-
geance, although Heaven knows ii ever vengeance were jus- ,
tilled it would be in the present case. It is necessary that the scholarship and sc.once in Nazi
trials proceed in such a way that such criminals in the future I ^^"ho^g'^onsultant Jack
may know what is ahead of them In past wars, the leaders j Bel-kman reports living condi-
have almost always escaped. It is the small fry which has tions for displaced persons
suffered from the war. The leaders who have egged it on gen-
erally have remained in sheltered places during the war and,
after the war, the victors have generally been satisfied to call
it quits as far as punishing the leaders was concerned. At the J
end of the first World War the Allies allowed the Germans to | timonial dinner Nov
try the war criminals themselves and the trials were a complete
farce.
This must not happen again. "What will you do," Laval
was reported to have been asked, "if the Allies are victorious?"
"I will simply take my hat," Laval is reported to have replied,
'and leave." "But on what will you place your hat?" Laval
was asked.
Laval had time to learn the force of the last question. He Dggg JQ ENTERTAIN
had counted on escaping, because for the most part the war j _.. D1FRS AT DANCE
criminals in the past have escaped.
The present trials should make it impossible for any future
Lavals to count on hopes of security for themselves.
ONE MEANING OF THE ATOMIC BOMB ...
In accepting a certificate from Hadassah naming her as
"Woman of the Year," Representative Helen Gahagan Doug-
las of California said: "With the arrival of the atomic era, at
long last, people are faced with the necessity of learning to live
together."
The good lady congressman from California is here thinking
undoubtedly of people living together witin their own coun-
try as much as of those living in different countries. The fact is
clear that the atomic bomb makes it as much necessary for us
to have domestic peace as international peace.
It is clear to the simplest that it is no longer a case of war
being deplored. Wars now have become impossibleunless
we are to have international suicide.
That much is realized by most people who have escaped
the significance of the atomic bomb, but it is not so often real-
ized that the atomic bomb also makes as menacing any of the
minority groups, which lead to war and behind which the war
mingers hide for a time.
The atomic bomb places the Gerald Smiths and the Chris-
tian Fronters in an entirely different light. In years back, we
could afford to look on such groups with some degree of toler-
ance. They were a menacebut they menaced generally
only a minority. But today we know that they connote force,
violence and ultimately, perhaps, the release of such destruct-
ive and universally annihilating forceas the atomic bomb
The atomic bomb forces the most callous, the most apathetic,
to revamp his attitude to these preachers of hate.
BRICK TO SPEAK_
"TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
MUetfyeonfu
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON
SCOOPS. .
The long lived feud between
the Hebrew Union college of
Cincinnati and Dr. Stephen S.
Wise's Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion belongs to the past. .
We are reliably informed that Dr.
Wise will be the recipient of an
honorary degree by the Cincin-
nati college before the year is
over. Does this gesture pre-
sage an amalgamation between
these two Jewish institutions of
higher learning? ... Dr. Chaim
Weizmann will be the guest of
honor at a banquet next month
in the Waldorf Astoria hotel.
New York. His numerous
friends will present him with a
check for SI.000,000 for his chem-
ical research laboratory in Pales-
tine. Investigators in the
know do not agree with column-
ist Victor Reisel that the end of
Father Coughlin's saga has been
written. How would Reisel
explain the fact that strenuous
efforts are being made by Cough-
lin's friends to get him back on
the radio? .
ABOUT PERSONS. .
Cameraman E. Elisofon is just
back from an exciting trip thru
Europe. ... He is finishing a
book that will contain food rec-
ipes in other words, a cook
book. ... Is it true that the for-
mer chief Rabbi of Rome. Zoli,
now a Cotholic holding a job in
the Vatican, is considering a lec-
ture tour in America? Pierre
van Paasen will soon be hon-
ored with the title of Doctor of
Book sometime in
this year. -n.. .
sergeant who escort?
Fritz Kuhn baek^g
Lubeski. Friu
beski that ho would
the States but did -
how. The wid
Howard
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Tomorrow is Navy day .
Eternal Light to enact drama j Divinity for his great services to
based on life of Hungarian
Rabbi Albeit Bettelheim. Sun-
day. 11 a m.. WIOD AJC
sponsors new monthly magazine.
Commentary, edited by Elliott
E. Cohen. .
Miss Miriam Auslander is
chairman of the Arrangement
committee of the Hallowe'en
dance that will be given bv the
Debb's chapter. B'nai Brith
Young Women, 8:30 p. m. Sun-
day evening at the Miami Beach
Y.
Music will be supplied by a
BETH JACOB WOMEN
TO GIVE DINNER
Members of the Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Jacob are
preparing for their first fund
TO AIC WOMEN
"Anti Semitism, a Veteran's
Reaction.'" will be discussed bv
Archie Brick Monday afternoon
ten piece band and refreshments
will be free. Tickets may be ob-
tained at the door. There is no
charge for servicemen.
raising event of the season, a tisn wnen ne will dc guest speaker at i At n, nKi,v .;.. t
dinner to be given at the Beth the first general meeting of the dav ..venin?. Knth^n MKf-Tr.CS"
Jacob Community hall on Sun- Women's division. American EMM1, KHUTL*LS2S-
Jewish Congress, at Temple Beth | demonstrated Thl.
Sholom. He will be introduced demon
day.
A full course fish dinner will
be served from 5:00-8:30 p. in. | by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. pro-
Arrangements are being made to j gram chairman,
serve over three hundred din-
ners. Reservations can be made
bv phoning the Beth Jacob of-
fice. 5-6150.
Funds raised are to be applied
towards' equipping a kitchen
which is being built by the con-
gregation in the new addition to
the Community building.
Members have been asked to
bring bundles of new or old
clean clothing to be shipped to
Europe.
During the recent three-dav
conclave held by the Women's
division. Mrs. Sol H. Leslie
president, was hostess at her
cosmetics
skin.
and
dermatologist,
use of proper
the care of the
MRS. GLASSER HEADS
BEACH BOND DIVISION
the cause of true Christianity.
. .. Leslie Hore-Belisha, Britain's
ex-Minister of War. is in this
country studying the newspaper
and radio fields. There are
rumors that Charlie Chaplin
will soon begin the production
of an important movie dealing
with the need for a just and se-
cure peace. .
YOU SHOULD KNOW. .
There is renewed talk about a
Jewish delegation from America
to the Soviet Union. The oc-
casion will be provided by the
publication of the Jewish Black
pMoMlyTpeakingTT
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compete for prizes for the best
costumes at their Hallowe'en
party Monday night. Mat-
thew Silverstein was given a
Golden Book certificate at the
Zionist Luncheon club Wednes-
day. Ensign Judy Shohet and
Abraham Goodman, national
treasurer of the ZOA, were guest
speakers at the meeting of the
Business and Professional Wom-
en's division of Hadassah Mon-
day night. Miss Polly Gershon
announces that the group has 40
new members. Tri Beta coun
cil of the Miami Y will pick an
Abner and Daisy Mae to reign
over the Sadie Hawkins' day
festivities Nov. 3 at the Y. Miss
Dot Golden is in charge of the
dance. .
THE YOUNGER SET
Stephanie, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris H. Mandels,
660 Washington ave., was born
Sept. 277. Carol, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rosenbaum,
1515 Euclid ave.. Sept 28. .
Lee Roy. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roland Alfred Mayer, 6037 N. W.
24th ave., Sept. 22. Richard
Alan, son of Mr and Mrs. Abra-
ham Nathaniel Lerner, 9481 By-
ron ave.. Miami Beach, Sept 27.
. Helene Frances, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Lebowitz,
74 Washington ave., Sept. 29. .
Rochelle. daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Carl Greenstein, 1545 S. W.
Fifth st., Oct. 8. Carol Linda,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Martin
Dudley Zimmerman, 290 N. W.
40th St., Oct. 14. .
COUNCn, WOMEN
PLAN LUNCHEON
Mrs. Jack Hirsch is chairman \ nomc *? a tea honoring Mrs. Ra-
of the affair. Ticket chairman cl?el vixman. national executive
is Mrs. Isaac Hagen. Assisting I Y,100 President of the division.
Mrs. Hirsch are the Mesdames representatives of all Jewish wo-
Sam Schachno. Abraham Levi-
tan, Benjamin London, Rose
Hayes, Lebisch Hagen, Joseph
Brenner, Anne Berow. Irving
Makovsky, Harry Schectman,
Meyer Mescheloff, Irving Genet.
Esther Bernstein. Harry Genet.
Murray Hertz. William Mechlo-
witz, Hyman Gottesman. Harry
Zellinger, Molly Budner. Rose
Weiss, and Samuel Grundwerg.
men's organizations of Greater
Miami were present at the tea
and made plans to reorganize a
Federation of Jewish Women's
clubs.
Assisting Mrs. Leslie during
the conclave were Mrs. Philip
Salmon. Mrs. Emanuel Baskind
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, Mrs. A.
E. Wolfe, Mrs. Louis Glasser and
Miss Clara Goldenberg.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman
of the ladies' division for the
Miami Beach Eighth War Loan
SSeILr^W Wo'T>en":} I of ""Jewish "Women
commitf^ ,hi dirh,e'r W3r b?n2 Wednesday, Nov. 7. at the Beach
I afternoon at I Cabana club. 4323 Collins Ave..
at 12:30 p. m. Principal speaker
The opening luncheon of the
reception for Miami section. National Council
i is coming to AmJS
supervise a movle $**
Howard's life story 1?
der whether the HoU^
will tell of Leslie's h,
Jewish parents. Hap?
will take the lead of ft
Attlee forces on the p
issue. Laski is detera,
bring about a showdow
Louise Rainer, the stja
screen star, is refusing*
offers because of ii
motherhood. .
QUESTION PERIOD...
Why was the daughie"
Reichsminister Frank
butcher of Poland and cm*
highest-ranking war cna
given a secretarial posiuoit
the American authorita]
Wiesbaden. Germany? ..
come that the Zionist
neglected to answer Rabbil
aron's recent attack against L
ism in the Baltimore Sa\\
Sholem Asch's last book'
Destiny," which tries to i
pret his conception of a Jn
Christian civilization, is
to the chagrin of the greaj
thor. Isn't it strange'
Credit is due to the sponstoj
organizers of the School c!i
ish Studies in New Yorki
opened its first 12 weeks c
last week. The coursei
provide a scientific fundao
analysis of the history, ml
and life of the Jewish
the world over. Why an
this be the beginning
Jewish university? Wi
Winchell has finally taken t
out to second our motion to a
the ex-Grand Mufti of Jen. '
placed on trial as a warcri
Walter also confirmed our I
that the ex-Mufti lives scot|
in France and that the
Colonial office is constdeny
use him once more
. What's the answer"...
KRAMS MARRIED
IN RABBI'S HOME
The wedding of Miss Fsnj
Goodman, daughter of it"
Mrs. Louis Goodman o. m
burgh, to George Kramotaa.
Beach, was performed W
Moses Mescheloff in the pi
his home Sunday evening.
The bride was attenaea |
Mrs. Esther Kram. *fL
honor, and U^J^In fn3
maid of honor. About flrnaj
and relatives attended.ti*m
mony. After a short *e*8l
trip, the couple will *
Miami Beach.
U. OF M. SOROMTJB
NAME NEW PLEDGES
After a week of rushi pgj
and teas. University of m
sororities ribboned t .e- ;
pledges in ceremonies last
"pledged to-Delta Phi E^J
were Arlene Abelsor Baj
Erhech. Arlme I:'inesman. m
Franzblau. Joy Freemaft m
Ginzburg, Beryl G use.. J#;
Glaseroff, Gloria Jjggfjl
Michaels, Jackie M^"^
Ritt, Audrey Saxon.
Schwarz, Greta Shoobe, v~
Stramer, Carol Tannc..^
Waldman, Babs Wolfe and-
Yellin. ., phi's "
Alpha Epsilon
pledges are Sonny 0"^e*
Zimmerman Maxme Scn~g
Beatrice Jaffe.. Mitzit n ^
Betty Bernstein, j^
Ruth Fishman, **"ySl
Renee Battlcstem. Sue l# j
Harriet Hart, Audrey Stern
Mary Ann Rubener. w
Iota Alpha **<%&
year, has taken in ^
members in addition u>
nrioinal members. ,, fle
original membe,.^ n ,
Selma Aranoff. WJJ ft*
p. m. at her home, 168 Prairie
Ave.
Karl Lehmann. executive man-
ager for the Florida War Fan-
ance committee, will outline
plans for the drive. Mrs. Glass-
er and her guests will make ar-
rangements to operate bond
booths at the various theaters
and banks on the Beach.
Talk can defeat
Think, act. be American!
anore
iaCt,Unyr.
will be Dr. James S. Thomas,
district OPA director, who will
speak on "Reconversion and
Postwar Planning."
The musical portion of the pro-
gram will consist of vocal num-
bers by Jack Grant and piano
selections by Arthur Gysarz. Mrs.
Sidney Weintraub is program
chairman.
Shirley Chapman, *g The^
enstat, Lenore FeWen p,
Joldfield. Gale Grossrn*
lores Kirschberg,
' Ne*S
Rita" Lippman. R"lhh '"Arli*
Silence assure victory!
The ori_
raine Bernstein.
baum, Gloria &t M
Hirsch, Janice Mendlowit
nah Rosenblatt. The / ^
pledging the national m
Pi sorority.
b^^^^hs 1


OCTOBER 26, 1945
vJewisti I'kridian
PAGE SEVEN
MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
_. be jowiah Welfare Board Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
ERVICE


, in civvies are the fol-
Miami men: MaJ. David
han, Miami Beach, who is
ne to private practice af-
qb with the medical
tamo Maxey^ Tex :
Officer Jerome M. R.ay,
Mrs^Kathleen Kay. 1342
Ave.. who served as a
rdier; CpL Herman Kel-
whose wife Jessica, lives
, S W 28 Rd., who served
and a half years in the
c T Sgt. Marvin S. Rubin,
Iw.-rt Ave., who has six
' .tars on his ETO ribbon
rCicc with the 446th Bomb
S/Sgt. Julius H. Erstling,
n. who holds the ETO ribbon
rsix battle stars for service
he 446th Bomb group; CpL
, Dorfman, 1041 who has
TO ribbon with six battle
or service with the 406th
, squadron: CpL Bernard
Stein. 1184 N. W. 61 St.. who
feix battle stars for service
ETO with the 398th Bomb
BERT MARKS ON LEAVE
WITH PARENTS HERE
Ltd to the growing list of
d row civilians are the lol-
iv men who were recently
ed from the armed forces
tew Field separation station.
i, M'Sgt. Leonard Aron-
rii-36 N. W. 63 St.; Sgt. Ed:
W'-olf. 876 47th Ct., Miami
, Capt. Alvin G. Lipsich.
Euclid Ave.; Second Lt.
r\ Cooper, son of Mr. and
, Samuel Cooper, 3020 S.W.
Ind Ave.; Sgt. Samuel Mor-
15801 Alnot Rd.; First Lt. Jo-
D. Rosenstein, son of Mr.
Mrs. Louis E. Rosenstein,
, Post Ave.; Sgt. Maurice
hstein. 2543 Pine Tree Dr.;
Ralph Grossman, 1333 Me-
Ave.
After 28 months in the Army
Medical corps, Capt. Bert Marks
is spending his terminal leave
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Marks, 900 16 St. Capt.
Marks served 30 months in the
European theatre of operations,
mostly with the famous 36th In-
fantry division. He has had
combat experience in Africa.
Italy. France and Germany and
wears the European theatre rib-
bon with five campaign stars, the
invasion arrowhead for assault
amphibious landings at Salerno
and Southern France, the Purple
Heart for being wounded at
Cassino, the Bronze star, the
Unit Meritorious Plaque citation
and the Combat Medical badge.
Mr. and Mrs. Marks have two
other sons in the armed forces.
T/Sgt. Charles A. Marks, in the
Army air force for 42 months, is
now stationed at Bergstrom
field, Austin, Tex At first an
airplane mechanic, he later
wmked in the squadron intelli-
gence department. He is sports
editor of the squadron paper arid
has been manager-catcher of the
squadron and all-star softball
teams, as well as manager of the
basketball teams. He is public-
ity director of the Troop Carrier
command football team composed
of players from the 13 troop car-
rier bases in the U. S.
S/Sgi. Ellis M. Marks has been
in the Army Finance depart-
ment since July, 1942. Overseas
for 19 months, he is now sta-
tioned near Marseilles, France.
According to his recent letters.
he expects to join his parents
and brothers for a New Year re-
union.
First Lt. Warren G. Brumlik
has been placed on inactive du-
ty at the ATC Miami Army air
field after three years as a nav-
igator on the Fireball Express,
the world's longest, fastest air
freight line. Formerly a navi-
gator with Pan American Air
Ferries, he lives with his wife,
Mrs. Annilee Brumlik, at 3175
Prairie Ave. Lt. Brumlik piled
up 2000 hours' flying time and
says he has flown in every type
of bomber in all theaters of op-
erations. He served 19 months
overseas and wears two battle
stars on both the European and
Asiatic-Pacific Theater ribbons.
Joe Gilbert, radar man first
class, has been reported missing
by the Navy department. Gil-
bert, whose wife, Lois, and son,
! Joel, live at 1637 S. W. 5 St.. was
j stationed on the USS Adventure,
said to have been demolished in
the recent typhoon at Okinawa.
i Before entering the service Gil-
j belt worked for the Navy depart-
ment.
CLERGY TO DISCUSS
ATOM POWER
Rabbi Max Shapiro will rep-
resent the Jewish faith in a dis-
cussion of "What Are the Ethical
Implications of Atomic Power?"
over WIOD Saturday evening.
Time of the bi-weekly half hour
broadcast sponsored by the Mi-
ami Roundtable of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, has been changed to 7 p. m.
Dr. Glenn C. James will repre-
sent the Protestant faith. A
Catholic clergyman will also par-
ticipate. Dr. H. Franklin Wil:
liams of the University of Miami
is moderator of the program.
S/Sgt. Sherwyn Finchell. eld-
er of two enlisted sons of Joseph
Finchell, was recently discharged
at Tampa having served as tail
gunner with the Army air force.
He wears the Presidential Unit
citation, Distinguished Flying
cross, air medal with three clust-
ers and three ETO battle stars.
Pfc Israel Hirschensohn. 732
10th St., has received his honor-
able discharge from the Army at
Camp Blanding.
Max Singer, Miami Beach bus-
iness man, left for Camp Bland-
ing last week to become assist-
ant field director for the Ameri-
can Red Cross after taking a
four-week training COIUM in
Washington. Mrs. Singer and
their daughter, Andrea, returned
to Miami Beach from New York
a few days ago.
Word that their son, Capt.
Morion D. Vogel, is on his way
home from India after being
stationed there 20 months, has
reached Mr. and Mrs. I. Vogel,
2498 S. W. 15 St. Shortly after
his arrival in the U. S., Capt.
Vogel will visit his parents with
his wife and baby, Jean Ellen,
who are in New York. Capt.
Vogel has never seen his 18-
month-old daughter. His broth-
er, Sgt. Norman Vogel, was re-
cently discharged after serving
in the Pacific for 26 months.
MISS KEATS TO WED
VICTOR KAHN
Mr and Mrs. Samuel J. Keats.
Farrey Lane, Belle Isle, Miami
Beach, announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Laurie,
to Victor Kahn at a party at
their home Sunday. The wed-
ding will take place Nov. 28.
Miss Keats atended the Uni-
versity of Miami. Mr. Kahn.
who lives at 445 E. Di Lido dr..
is the son of Mrs. Leah Kahn
and the late Abe Kahn He is a
graduate of Miami High school
and was recently discharged
from the Army. The couple will
reside in Miami Beach.
BETH SHOLOM
TO GIVE TEA
A membership tea will be
given by the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom at the home of
Mrs. Charles S. Tobin. 5231 N.
Bay rd.. Wednesday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Mrs. Tobin is honor-
ary president of the organiza-
tion. .
Mrs. Leon Kronish is in charge
of the program which will con-
sist of musical selections and a
dramatic skit. Refreshments will
be served by Mrs Leo C. Stein-
berg and her committee. Mrs.
Leon Ell is president of the Sis-
terhood.
Jerome E. Kemp, stationed
with the 11th Air force in the
Aleutian islands, has advanced
to captain. He is a graduate of
the University of Florida and the
son of Mrs. Clementine Kemp,
900 W. 43rd Ct., Miami Beach.
LflL 3343LJ
YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME''
Stanley Warren Platkin, ARM
3/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
j A. Platkin, 1612 Meridian Ave.,
has arrived in this country from
Tinian and is expected home
soon. He will return to the Uni-
versity of Florida after his dis-
charge;______ -----
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SERVING MIAMI BEACN & MUM
Exclusively Jewish
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FUNERAL DIRECTOR
TO ALL PERSONS
seeking expert tutoring in Mathemat-
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Beach resident, once living in Tel-
Avlw, Palestine; can devote evenings,
for a reasonable fee. Call Weinste.n,
5-9201, Apartment 12
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Re-establishing Bus Service
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
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FORT LAUDERDALE
By Ocean Route Highway 140
SEPTEMBER 2nd
For Schedules Phone:
Union Bus StationPhone 3-4605
Union Bus Station Miami Beach, Ph. 5-1812
SAMUEL L. SAR, Dean of Men at
YESHIVA COLLEGE, New York, was
(ranted a leave of absence for one year,
to serve as representative of the Amen-
en Jewish Conference, under the
auspices of UNRRA, In the American
cone of occupation in German* and
Austria. Dean Sax will aid in the re-
habilitation of displaced Jews, h*v*o
feme esrtensive work ales* sjsefljr
the tat* Wet**
IS
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PAGE EIGHT
*j*ist fhridiari
BS OCTOBER
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301-311 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach: Moses Mescheloff. rabbi; Or.
thodoxFriday evening service*
p. ni. Siitiirilav morning*, S:'tn a. m>
Rabbi M. .-.in ioir will speak cm
"What Can One See?" Cantor Louis
D. Feder will chant the -service. Jun-
ior congregation service* for boys
;111 I sills "f elemental-) school .m<'. 10
a. in. Saturday. Shalos Sudoa, 6:30
p. in. Sunday school registration. H>
a in. Sisterhood fish dinner. Bun-
day. 5-8:30 p. in.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services, 5:43 i. in.
Saturday morning services 9 a. m.
Dally services at 8 a. m. nnd 5:30 p.
in. Junior congregation services will
he held at the Schaarei Zedek Tal-
mud Torah. 1545 S. W. Third St..
Saturday at 9 a. in
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
130 N. W. Third Ave., Max Shapiro,
rabbi: Conservativel'i lda> evening
sen i. e, v 13 ; m. Saturday, S .:" :<
in. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Abraham Friedman ill officiate.
Student services, Saturday, |o:so .*
in. Sunday school, I" n m II. bri
school, dally, Monday through Tl
,\.t\. Pan nts ai urged '.. contai I
in. office if their i hildi el bus
ransportat on i" religious school
Young Jutlea groups undei the lead-
ership of Mrs Sam Kirschner and
Mi b, Ali \ Stli i" : 111 hold their first
meeting "f the term 1:30 p m. Mon-
day in Beth David Auditorium Tin
groups are sponsored jointly by IVth
I lavld .mil the Hureau ot Je Ixh Bd-
ucatlon. The Bar Mltzva i luh foi
ovh 12J ,r ..v.. Bnd girls who bavi
beer confirmed is in the process of
The Bar Mltrva study
group meets Monday through Thurs-
day from 7-S p. in.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase
Ave. at 41st St., Miami Beach, Leon
Kronish. rabbi: Samuel Kelemer.
cantor: Liberal Friday evening ser-
vices !" p in Rabbi Kronish "ill
li ,.n "You Can't Bargain With
, id >. ,s Saturday morning
i. i." :, in c 'antor Kelem< r "ill
.... Worshippers
irged I.....ni. early and meditate
in th< Templi during the 15 minute
orgat prei '- hlch prei edes each
service Religious school, Sunday
morning, .i m Hebrew In-- -
n ;, day fti moons, .". 4". p, m All
childrei betweel the ages of 5 and ll
ire Im ted to n glster.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER, 1415 Euclid
Ave.. Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman,
rabbi: ConservativeFriday evening
nervl .. 5:45 p m Saturday morn-
ing services I 9 a. m. Rabbi Lehr-
man will preach on "The Choice is
Y Cantor Emanuel Barkan
will chant. Saturday. 10:15 a. m
on.-. > tli ser>..... for children of
our r< il is schools, Saturday eve-
ning, Mlncha at l:M p m. fnilowcd
bv Shalos Sudoa and Maarfv. .\'/..\-
BBG breakfast, Sunday, 9 < m.
,: pr| ..... ,k. m ii! t". Abraham
i;. ii in -ion.il treasure of th<.
/., mist nlia lion -.f Amei lea
Hehren .. school
no session, Youth actlvil Ii .-
program now going on.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th
St.: Saul Appeibaum. rabbi: Re-
form Friday evening sen ce. R:16
Mi Noi man A Rossn It
I _. of ihi i i Kaplan
hall, w II he assist) by the
Mi dan Fi ink I 'oi et, I"
Harold l: i "ohi n, ,\' mln
Browi l : "..-: E Bronsti in. Blona
Mi Rossn an III llgl the
nndles at thi - Rabbi Ap-
11 -., ,k on "i ne is
igh."
OBITUARIES
DECKELBAUM
Philip Deckelbaum, 88, died Mon-
il his home, 200 Collins Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, He came from Wash-
ington two years :u^< and Is survived |
by his wife, Mrs. Anna Deckelbaum.
The body was sent to Washington by
the Rlversldi Memorial chapel.
MULBERG
Mrs. Cornelia Mulberg, 7". of 1502
N. K First Ave died Sunday !n a
local hospital Sin- was one of thi
first settlers In Key West, living there
fur ."." years before sin- rani.- to Ml
ami seven montha ago sin- was a
director *.f the .I,-wish Home for the
Aged In Miami Survivors ..-. a
daughter, Mrs. II. A. Ltttman, i.f Mi-
ami Beach, and two sons, Arthur, ->f
Key West and l.t. Cmdi Vletoi Mul-
berg of the navy. Funeral rites were
Monday' at Palmer Funeral chapel
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating
Burial was In Mt \,-l.......metery
Active pallbearers were Max Marks,
Edward Rosenthal, Herman Rosei
thai, and Harold Pont,
PONCHER
Bd Poncher, retired merchant, who
came here five years ago from Chi-
cago, died Tuesday ;it his hofne, 570
V W 19th St. Surviving! ari- tils
wife, Mrs Ida Poncher, and a son,
Jerome, both >f Miami. Services
Thursday In Gordon Funeral Home
chapel, were followed by burial In
Mt N'.l.i, ,i-iii. i.i j .
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Best carefor chronic sick, conva-
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SANF.L BEER. M. D., Director
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SNACK BAR TO CLOSE
MIDNIGHT NOV. 4
Food and soft drinks will be
"on the house" at the Service-
men's Snack Bar, 1 Lincoln id..
from Monday. Oct. 29, through
midnight. Sunday. Nov. 4. when
the Bar officially closes. An-
nouncement of the closing was
made this week by Sam Blank,
chairman of the Greater Miami
Army and Navy committee of
the JWB.
Hundreds of thousands of ser-
vicemen and women have been
served by volunteer workers at
the Snack Bar since its incep-
tion last May under the spon-
sorship of the Army-Navy com-
mittee. A complete history of
the committee's war activities
will appear in the Jewish Flor-
idian next week.
DOCTORS MAY BUY
BEACH HOSPITAL
A bid lo purchase the Miami
Reach City owned hospital at
Seventh and Alton was made by
: Dr. T. M. Berman, 311 Lincoln
id., at a meeting of the city
council last week. Dr. Berman
said that 28 doctors are offering
I to pav $100,000 for the hospital
I which they propose to operate
on a non-profit basis.
Dr. Berman said he had been
i told that the Navy might re-1
turn the hospital to the city
council's hospital committee by
Mayor Herb Frink.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Sunday. Oct. 28. 1946:
Helh Jacob Sisterhood function, at i
8:30 p in.; Debbs Chapter B. B.
Young Women, I p, m Beach Y.
Monday. Oct. 29. 1945:
American Jewish Congress, \\ iniii. general meeting"; Federation
budget committee meeting, 8 v- ni.,
Federation office.
i- .-.I. .,,,.............
Tuesday, Oct. 30. 1945:
Town "V" lecture, B:15 i>
Wednesday. Oct. 31. 1945:
'|....,,,.l., II..th Sllilllllll
m.
II, i *w:
Temple" Beth Sholom sisterhood
membership tea, afternoon, home
of Mrs Tobln; National Council of
Jewish Women, l a. m., hoalfci
meeting.
VITAMIN UfiL|
*-Imum J,ii;M2"kta
of A and I) Vii, ^""H
pl.--u.int ublet. B^llSllT!
the namo oSPiJ^r
MUSS
Freedom of speech does not
mean careless talk!
WANTED!
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
office desires competent sec-
retary residing on Beach
5-day week, steady employ-
ment.
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*Jewisti Hcridian
PAGE NINE
BACHING
By ELLEN RAVITZ
,ii'-
1 the winter season is prac-
' here, in Miami Beach,
ach day brings new and
faces, by car, train, and
One of the first "winter
to open their home,
Mrs. Dave Rott. and
ter, 5320 Alton rd.. packed
d rushed down as soon as
st cool breezes blew in De-
ri New York came the M.
[lander's, and their sons,
prepared themselves last
by buying their present
at 3126 Pinetree Dr. Mrs.
Jlandcr is in New York now,
she is looking after her
less the manufacture of
un's clothing. She will fly
were Pfc. and Mrs. Jerry Rappa-
port of New York city. Mrs.
Rappaport, the former Lillian
Lipshitz, is the cousin of the
Sam Ravitz's of 925 Lenox Avc.
Pfc. Rappaport expects to doff
khaki and don civvies with a few
more points.
The Samuel Solomon Jr.'s
are pretty lonesome this week.
Their son, Norman, a pre-med
student ot the U. of Florida,
came in with six fellow students
for the weekend, to attend the
U. of Fla.-U. of Miami game.
Four of the boys stayed with the
Solomons, after putting up the
"standing room only" sign on
the door! The boys all left Sun-
day morning for Gainesville and
for ^Christmas and New I college. Accompanying them in
their three-car convoy, were the
rl the name of Mrs. Edward daughter and son-in-law of the
,n to those of all year Solomon s, Capt. and Mrs. Rob-,
rls who came back from! ert Fisher, Park View Island,
am trips to see what the I who are on their way to Ken-
icane did. Luckily, the Rob- tucky, where Capt. Fisher will
home at 2955 N. Bay Rd. be stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Solo-
mon drove up to Ft. Lauderdale
with the "entourage," spent the
day there, and returned home.
1050 6th St., Sunday evening.
Miss Ruth Zimmerman, 1015
8th St.. left for New York City
Saturday morning where she will
remain until it gets "too cold
for this Southerner." While up
North, Miss Zimmerman will
study at Columbia University.
Mrs. Morris Goodman returned
a short time ago from a long trip
l and "the BeachV V also" a to New York Mrs Goodman
aber of the Flyers, and is at says she s glad to be back in the
ent on a job in Alaska. She i land of perpetual sun after that
m that it certainly is a rainy season she encountered in
nee from Miami Beach to New York. As in the past years.
- Mrs. Goodman will be active in
Hadassah work. She was ad-
visor to the newly formed Jr.
Hadassah in Miami Beach last
season, and this year she will
Me'lvln WeiSde, looking" in work in Sr Hadassah activities.
Miss Sue Moss, secretary of the
Y, has just returned from a trip
to New York and Washington.
D. C., and is in full swing at No.
1 Lincoln Rd.
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jacobi,
THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
sred only fallen coconuts and
awnings. Mrs. Robinson has
active at the Servicemen's
on the music staff and
committees.
list across the street from
4 Robinson, at 3100 N. Bay
I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Roth
(ew York and Miami Beach
bo down around Christmas
e winter. Mrs. Roth is head
ITomen Flyers of America. Inc.
Vivian Lerner. of New
-ska but she doesn't mind the
weather. While here. Miss
,er lived at the Belvedere
lei
Ihopoing on Alton Rd. was
Kingdon Claims Medical
Colleges Bar Minorities
e store of the same name.
is the former Babs Tubis,
J7 Jefferson.
unday afternoon marked the
today of Bobby Stone of the
tT PnT^anuthaendeeny-1 of the Standard Drugs, Washing-
able1 way W"tnhq"aid of ton Ave. and 9th St are in the
process of building their home at
2850 Prairie Ave. and they can't
wait till it's completed and they
can move in. Originally from
Virginia, they will make Miami
Beach their home with their son.
Mr. Jacobi recently stored away
uniforms and bars and has made
a good start here.
bmma and Poppa Stone, the
rtv was" held in one of the ca-
nas bv the edge of the hotel
1, and all the guests joined in
hging "Happy Birthday" with
lashes for good luck. Bobby
fes nine years old, and blew
all the candles at once.
at the hotel
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QUESTION: What is a "Get?"
ANSWER: The Hebrew term
for the Jewish bil lof divorce is
called a "Get." The seasons for
calling it by that name are var-
ied. Some sources (Baar Hetev)
base it on the name of a peculiar
stone described in the Palestin-
ian Talmud that repulsed other
stones away from it. Other writa-
ers note the fact that the two
letters (Gimel and Teth that go
to make up the term "Get" are
never found to succeed each oth-
er in the Bible. Since a divorce
implies the action of separation
it has appropriately been termed
"Get" either to imply the re-
pulsive action as that of the
stone or the Biblical separation
of the two letters that go to
make up its name.
QUESTION: What is the or-
igin of the divorce proceudre in
Jewish life?
ANSWER: The Rabbis claim
that the procedure existed even
in the time of Abraham (Yalkut
Shimoni). Our Jewish divorce
laws are based upon the Biblical
passage in Deuteronomy (XXIV:
1-4) wherein it is prescribed for
the husband who has found
something wrong with his wife
to "write her a bill of divorce
and give it in her hand." The
complexity in the procedure of
writing and delivering the "Get"
is found in the Mishnah and the
Talmud and later writings where
the minute details in the pre-
paration of the "Get" were es-
tablished. These technical reg-
ulations were intended to pre-
vent mistakes and misunder-
standings that would tend to
disrupt the unparalleled purity
of Jewish family life. Only such
men who were well versed in
Jewish laws and customs are al-
lowed to preside at the proceed-
ings. 1
QUESTION: Why does the
"Get" invariably have iwelve
lines?
ANSWER: The Hebrew word
"Get" in accordance with the
numerical system of Hebrew
letters has a numerical value of
twelve. Hence the standardiza-
tion of twelve lines. Others at-
tribute it to the fact that twice
in the Biblical source of divor-
ces the term "Kerisus" divorce-
ment) is written without the let-
ter "Vow.' The numerical value
of the letter "Vow' is six and
hence the number of lines (2)
would be a symbol of this fact.
Still others consider the ap-
pointment of the number twelve
as symbolic of the 12 empty
lines that are left in the "Sefer
Torah" (Scroll of Law) between
the first four books of Moses.
The relationship between these
two items, i.e., the 12 lines in the
"Get" and the empty lines of
the scroll was meant to be sym-
bolic of the Rabbinic compari-
son of a divorced husband to an
empty scroll.
QUESTION: Are divorces en-
couraged or discouraged in Jew-
ish life? ..
ANSWER: Divorces are defin-
itely discouraged. The Bible
hardly mentions a historic in-
stance of divorce. The Rabbis
in the Talmud attach a certain
degree of shame to a divorce in
statements such as .these: He ,
who divorces his wife is hated,
before the Lord," "Gods altar
shds tears for him who divorces
the wife of his youth."
The comparison we mentioned
in the last question as regards
to a divorced husband libing
without Torah, the life of an
empty scroll, is significant in-
deed to the disparaging look that
was cast upon divorces. The
true Rabbi of today will always
seek to make a reconciliation
between the parties before
starting the divorce procedure.
TW stringent attitude, although
mVestioned by some, is. neverthe:
less the cause of the statistica
fact that the proportionate num-
ber of divorces among Jewish
families is considerably less than
among non-Jewish families._____
Racial and religious discrimi-
nation is being enforced by prac-
tically every medical school in
the country, Dr. Frank Kingdon,
former president of the Univer-
sity of Newark, charges in an
article appearing in the October
issue of the American Mercury.
Basing his article on a new
survey of medical colleges. Dr.
Kingdon points out thafr the
principal victims happen to be
Jews, but the undemocratic sys-
tem also strikes other minority
froups, particularly Catholics,
talians and Negroes.
Americans of every race, creed
and color are fighting together
to safeguard our democratic way
of life," Dr. Kingdon declares.
In commenting on Dr. King-
don's article. Mayor La Guardia
of New York states that he be-
lieves the only way of stopping
discrimination in medical col-
leges is by enlighteend public
opinion.
"Let us expose all the facts.
The public should know all about
it, admissions, rejections, gradu-
ations and results. If that is
done intelligently and honestly
"Privately, the medical deans I believe the practice could be
acknowledge that they apply a
'quota system' designed to keep
out minority group applicants.
But not one of the 78 Grade A
medical colleges in the United
States and Canada interrogated
by questionnaire would admit
this fact in writing," he declares.
However, evidence of anti-
Jewish discrimination is over-
whelming, writes Dr. Kingdon,
and he reports the following
facts revealed by the survey:
The number of Jewish stu-
dents in medical schools has
stopped by 1948," he asserted.
DESERTION BUREAU
SEEKS INFORMATION
Information is being sought
concerning Ben Yablen who is
not contributing to the support
of his wife, Mary, currently liv-
ing in New York. Yablen was
born in Russia in 1884, is 5 ft.
3 in. tall, weighs 140 pounds,
has grayish-black hair and is a
ladies' coat cutter and waiter by
been" reduced" by "roughly 50 per occupation. He is alleged to be in
cent in the last 20 years, al- Miami. Anyone aware of his lo-
though annual applications for
entry by Jewish Americans have
not declined.
Of a total of 6,500 students en-
rolled annually in medical
schools, only between 500 and
600 are now Jews.
Every year the medical col-
leges receive applications from
about 14,000 individual students.
Medical officials estimate that
from 35 to 50 per cent of the
applicants are Jewish. Of the
non-Jewish students, some 6,000
are admitted; of the Jewish ap-
plicants, only about 500 get in.
Practically every medical col-
lege asks the applicant for his
race or religion or both.
"In sorting out Americans on
the basis of race and creed, the
quota system is openly divisive
instead of unifying it; it accepts
racism at the very moment when
cation is requested to communi-
cate with the National Desertion
bureau, 67 West 47th st.. New
York city.
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Wishes to Announce
He Hat Taken Over
General
Medical Practice
of Dp. Tom R. Gammage
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ftUDAY. OCTOte
Face Facts
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Fla. ADL Director
"So Sorry/7 Says O Donnell
". Our statements in Capi-
tol Stuff were untrue. We re-
gret having made them." So
wrote John O'Donnell, New York
News and Washington Times-
Herald columnist on Oct. 16.
Sixteen days earlier O'Don-
nell charged that politically
prominent Jews were "behind
the successful drive to disgrace
and remove Gen. George S. Pat-
ton from his army command in
occupied Germany."
In hate-spewing words,
O'Donnel asserted that the bat-
tile-fatigued soldier slapped by
Patton in Sicily "was of Jewish
descent and that the General,
hot and fatigued and fresh from
the fighting front used the
words yellow-bellied' or yel-
low-streaked linking them up
with a direct reference to the
patient's racial background."
Behind Patton's removal,
O'Donnell claimed, "is the se-
cret and astonishingly effective
might of this Republic's foreign-
born political leaders such as
Justice of the Supreme Court.
Felix Frankfurter of Vienna.
White House Administrator As-
sistant Dave (Devious Dave)
Niles alias Neyhus and the Lat-
vian ex-rabbinical student now-
known as Sidney Hillman.
"An honest birth certificate |
spelling out the names of the pa-
ternal grandfathers of this tri-
umvirate would be interesting,
even if the educated Christian
American could not read it."
The last paragraph, remiscent
of the nazi line, was printed in
one edition of the Washington
Times-Herald, but yanked from
subsequent press runs. It was
not included in the New York
Daily News O'Donnell column.
The fact is the soldier who
was slapped. Charles H. Kuhl of
Mishawaka. Indiana is not Jew-
ish, but a member of the Chris-
tian Church of the Nazarene.
Following publication of the
affrontery, the newspapers in-
volved were deluged by a flood
of protests. Henry Morgenthau.
David Niles and Sidney Hillman
categorically denied any partici-
pation in the Patton removal.
(Supreme Court Justice Frank-
furter issued no statement for
publication because of his ju-
dicial position.)
On Oct. 7 the New York Daily
News politely apologized to an
inter-faith delegation. However.
Mrs. Eleanor Patterson, pub-
lisher of the Times-Herald re-
sponded in an arrogant manner
in effect rebuking persons who
are seeking an apology for the
published falsehood.
Protests from decent and fair-
minded persons mounted as
word of the utter falsehood of
the vitriolic column spread. In-
dignant advertisers withdrew
ads. Rebuking letters deluged
the editor clamoring not only
for acknowledgment of the
falsehood by O'Donnell, but also
urging the discontinuance of a
columnist whose lack of repor-
torial integrity had been proven.
The falsehood had been mailed.
American public opinion
could not be ignored. Finally
on Oct. 19 the "Stuff' which
constituted that day's column
resembled more appropriately
the crow which aroused public
reaction compelled ODonnell to
eat. He wrote, "WASHING-
TON. D. C, OCT. 18On Oct.
3 this column attributed the re-
moval of Gen. George S. Pat-
ton. Jr.. from his command of
the 3d Army and as military ad-
ministrator of Bavaria to pres-
sure applied by influential
members whose racial back-
KAPLAN SUGGESTS
CHANGES FOR MJOC
The suggestion that the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation change its name was
made by Leon Kaplan, former
president, in a recent speech.
Mr. Kaplan urged that the
synagogue take immediate steps
to hire a new rabbi and change
its charter to give the board of
directors more authority and to
integrate the work of the sister-
hood.
He also recommended that the
Talmud Torah become affiliated
with the Bureau of Jewish edu-
cation and that a synagogue
bulletin be issued periodically.
ground was Jewish. Their an-
tagonism to Patton, it was stated
came from the slap by Patton of
a soldier hospitalized in Sicily
during the Summer campaign of
1943.
"The slapping was described
as accompanied by derogatory
references to the victim's Jew-
ish origin.
"After careful investigation
we have determined that the
one identified soldier whom
Patton slapped is Charles H.
Kuhl of Mishawaka, Indiana.
He is not a Jew but of German
extraction. He is a member of
the Nazarene Church, akin to
the Methodist.
"Named among those who
pressed for Patton's removal
were Henry Morgenthau, former
Secretary of the Treasury; Felix
Frankfurter, Supreme Court As-
sociate Justice: David K. Niles,
Administrative Associate to the
President and Sidney Hillman,
President of the Amalgamated
Clothing Workers of America
and Chairman of the CIOPo-
litical Action Committee.
"Each of these gentlemen ex-
cept Justice Frankfurter has
categorically denied any par-
ticipation in the Patton removal.
Justice Frankfurter, because of
his judicial position, does not
issue statements for publication.
"On the evidence( our state-
ments in Capitol Stuff was un-
true.
"We regret having made
them."
MIAMI NURSERY
TO OPEN MONDAY
Enrollment of children in the
new Miami Y nursery will be
closed tomorrow. Registration
must be made at the Y office
with one week's tuition paid in
advance
Tuition rates for the nursery
which will open Monday arc as
follows: All day including noon
meal. $7.50 for children of mem-
bers, $10 for nonmembers:
mornings, 9-12 o'clock, no noon
meal, $2.50 for members. $3 for
nonmembers; afternoons. no
noon meal, $3 for members.
$3.50 for nonmembers. Sessions
will be held from Monday
through- Friday. Refreshments
will be served to all groups dur-
ing mid-morning and mid-after-
noon.
Children from the ages of
three to six years will be ad-
mitted. Each child must pre-
sent a doctor's certificate.
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, for-
merly with the Lanham act gov-
ernment nurseries, and a staff
of trained teachers will super-
vise the program.
Arrangements have been
made to care for 35 all day stu-
dents, 20 morning students and
20 afternoon students.
Keep on Buying War Bonds
and Stamps.
WATCHING CHILDREN
evenings, nights or doing secre-
tarial work including typing 7:30
to 10:30 p. m. in exchange for
room and partly board, appreci-
ated from matured experienced
lady. Beach preferred, not com-
pulsory. Could start beginning of
November. Mrs. J. co Jewish
Floridian, Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla.
CONTINUES SERIES ON
MARRIAGE SUCCESS
The spiritual side of marriage
will be discussed by Dr. Albert
Dale Hagler, minister of the
Bryan Memorial Methodist
church, in the third of a series
of lectures on successful marri-
age, Tuesday at 8:15 p. m. at the
Miami Y which sponsors the
series.
In his lecture. Dr. Hagler will
dwell upon the family shrine as
part of the family council, mixed
marriages, pathways to spiritual
harmony and deeper meaning of
marriage.
Admission is free to members.
The charge for nonmembers is
50 cents.
ICOR TO SPONSOR
CONCERT SUNDAY
Walter Grossman, 'cellist, and
the Miami Jewish Folks chorus
will perform at a concert spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Icor
committee 8 p. m. Sunday at the
Miami Beach High School, 1424
Drexel ave.
Rabbi Abraham Bick of New
York, member of the national
committee of Icor and editor of
Naileben. monthly Icor publica-
tion, will be guest speaker..
The chorus will be conducted
by Louis Powesky. Maurice Car-
roll will interpret "Sholom Elie-
chem."
Icor is an association for infor-
mation of the economic, cultural
and social life of Jews the world
over.
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vJewist fhridicir
PAGE ELEVEN
IIAMI BEACH POST FORMED BY FOUR VETS
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Beach JWVCommander
Served In Air Corps
E. Max Goldstein, first com-
mander of the Miami Beach Post
No. 330, JWV, was retired as a
captain from the Army air corps
June 15 after three years in the
service.
He entered the Army as a first
lieutenant in August, 1942. and
served 14 months overseas in
China and India with the 14th
and 10th Air Forces as combat
intelligence officer.
After graduating from Duval
high school in Jacksonville in
1921, Goldstein attended the Un-
iversity of Florida where he re-
ceived an LL. B. degree. During
his college career he was an
athlete of considerable note,
making the All-Southern football
team for three successive years.
He was also elected captain of
the U. of F. team.
Upon leaving the University,
he practiced law in Miami until
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Officers of the new JWV post who will be installed Sunday include: (Seated) E. Max Goldstein,
..rr.ander; Max Orovitz, senior vice commander; (Second row) Dan Roth, judge advocate; Jack
bin, quartermaster; Aaron Farr, adjutant; (Third row) Dr. Leonard Weil, surgeon, and Archie
|ck, historian. Not pictured are Irving Ellis, junior vice commander; Harry Cooper, liaison offi-
and Irving Stolmack, sergeant-at-arms.
fational JWV Has 50-Year History
f Leadership In Veteran Affairs
The newly organized Miami Beach post of the Jewish war
Veterans was formed by four past national officers of that or-
ganization Samuel A. Rivkind, Nat Roth, Harry Farr and
Archie Brick. The post was formally approved by the national
executive committee on July 24, and marked the 330th unit, so
Pordained by the national organ-
ization.
Samuel A. Rivkind who served
as national vice-commander in
1941-1942, was a member of the
national executive committee,
the national emergency council,
and treasurer of the national
convention. In addition to his
activities in the Jewish War
Veterans, Mr. Rivkind is a form-
er president of the Boston YMH
A and a former president of the
New England Federation of
YM and YWHA's. He also
served as president of the New
England Section, Jewish Wel-
fare Board, from 1939 to 1942
and was the first chairman of
the New England JWBUSO
Army and Navy Committee.
Nat Roth, also a past national
commander, is well known as
one of the leading communal
workers in Dade county. He has
served as chairman of Draft
Board No. 3 of Miami for the
past five years, Is chairman of
the Dade county War Records
committee of the JWB Army
and Navy organization, first
vice-president of Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith, and a director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Harry Farr was one of the or-
iginal organizers of the Freda
Markowitz post of Miami and
was instrumental in bringing the
1939 Jewish War Veterans na-
tional convention to this city. A
Spanish-American War veteran,
he is an honorary life member of
the Freda Markowitz post, and
also served Jewish War Veterans
as national vice commander for
the southern region.
Archie Brick is an active lead-
er in Jewish communal affairs in
this area. Mr. Brick served Jew-
ish War Veterans as a National
Americanization officer. He is
at present a director of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist organization.
B'nai B'rith, YMHA and the
Civic league.
Need for an organization to
combat anti-semitic propaganda
by un-American groups was the
impetus for the formation of the
post by these four. Rapid growth
of Miami Beach in recent years
necessitated a separate Jewish
War Veterans post there, the or-
ganizers decided.
be Jewish War Veterans of
United States is a nationwide
.anization of men and women
Jewish faith who have served
merican wars.
,'ounded April 30, 1896 by
in who fought with the Un-
i Army during the Civil War,
is today the oldest, but one,
long veterans organizations in
United Statessecond only
e GAR. Included in its mem-
iip are men who fought in
armed forces' during the
:\\ War, the Spanish-Ameri-
War, World War I and
rid War II.
-here are 330 posts, divided
:o state, county and district de-
triments common to other vet-
tons organizations; an active
idles Auxiliary, an organiza-
m of Sons of Jewish War Vet-
ans. Daughters of Jewish War
itcrans, and a Drum and Bugle
H'PS.
The purposes for which the
wish War Veterans was or-
mized are:
To maintain true allegiance
the United States of Amer-
:a.
To foster and perpetuate true
lneiicanism.
To combat whatever tends
n impair the efficiency and
ermanency of our free insti-
Wtions.
To uphold the fair name of
[he Jew, and fight his battles
'henever unjustly assailed.
To encourage the doctrine
vi universal liberty, equal
ignts, and full justice to all
JK-'n.
..To combat the powers of
P'R'itry and darkness wherev-
er originating, and whatever
pneir target.
To preserve the spirit of
Comradeship by mutual help-
fulness to comrades and their
families.
To instill love of Country
and Flag, and to promote sound
minds and bodies in our mem-
bers and our youth.
To preserve the memories
and records of patriotic service
performed by the men of our
faith.
To honor their memory, and
shield from neglect the graves
of our heroic dead.
Jewish War Veterans has
thrown itself whole-heartedly
into the government-supporting
war efforts. It has sold $100,-
ARCHIE GREENBERG
000.000 worth of bonds; raised
$200,000 as a gift for the pur-
chase of fighter Planes; donated
barrels of blood, to Red Cross
blood banks; raised funds for
ambulances, field k, chensand
other equipment. Of its mem
bership. 10% are once.more in
the armed services, While the
remaining 90% are active in civ-
ilian defense service.
Jewish War Veterans operates
caSeenT and clubs for service-
men. It has furnished recrea-
tion rooms within camps, made
gifts of pianos, radios, recrea-
tional equipment for use of sol-
diers and sailors, provided thou-
sands of comfort kits for men
in uniform.
Jewish War Veterans contin-
ues its services to hospitalized
veterans of World War I, makes
regular visits to veterans facili-
ties and handles government
claims. In conjunction with the
Jewish Welfare Board, Jewish
War Veterans has inaugurated
an extensive rehabilitation pro-
gram for veterans of World War
II a program which is destined
to become of primary import-
ance as men return from over-
seas.
JWV is recognized by the U
S Veterans administration as a
national veterans' organization
with the right to present and
prosecute claims of veterans. It
is also recognized by all other
veteran agencies and by a num-
ber of states by statute.
Fight on anti-semitic and un-
American activities: For years
Jewish War Veterans has been a
leader in efforts to expose and
combat subversive organizations
and in building interfaith good
will and understanding. It is
officially credited with starting
the boycott of Nazi goods m 193.J
and with taking a leading part
in combatting the German
American Bund, the Christian
Mobilizers and various shirt
and "front" groups.
Americanization program.
Jewish War Veterans conducts
a consistent program in this
field through speakers in schools,
organizations and Jewish insti-
tutions, through radio and news-
paper publicity, patriotic rallies
and holiday observances. It has
been especially active in the dis-
continued on Page 14)
E. MAX GOLDSTEIN
he entered the service. He has
resumed active law practice at
the Beach since his discharge-
Goldstein is a 32nd degree Ma-
son and a member of the James
Carnell Blue Lodge, the Scottish
Rite, the Mahi Temple Shrine,
and the Dade County Bar Asso-
ciation. He is president of the
Men's Club of Temple Israel as
well as secretary of the Circuit
Court commission in which ca-
pacity he has served for the past
six years, except for the time
that he was in service. He was
very active in the investigation
of the "divorce mill" several
years ago.
Goldstein, his wife, Laura, and
their two children, Stephen,
aged nine, and Jane, aged five,
live in Miami Beach.
MIAMI BEACH MAYOR
WELCOMES NEW POST
HERBERT A, FRINK
Office of the Mayor
' City of Miami Beach
Miami Beach, Florida
Miami Beach Jewish War
Veterans
Miami Beach, Florida
To All Members:
Congratulations and welcome
to Miami Beach.
We are very glad to have
such a fine organization as
yours in our City. I am cer-
tain you will contribute much
to Miami Beach's progress and
development.
With all good wishes for
the success of your organiza-
tion, I am
Sincerely yours,
HERBERT A. FRINK.
Mill IV POST
The Freda Markowitz Post No.
174, JWV of Miami, preceded the
Miami Beach Post by eight
years. Among its 13 charter
members were H. H. Farr and
Abe S. Goldman, now life mem-
bers, and Eugene Weiss, Harry
Markowitz and Adolph Haimes.
From this group emanated some
of the leaders of the new Beach
post.
Outstanding among the posts
achievements were the breaking
up of the White Front, a subver-
sive group whose leader was on
Hitler's payroll, and stopping the
entrance of the German Ham-
burg Line into Key West. Gold-
man, who is chairman of the
Harvey Seeds Post, American
Legion, anti-subversive activi-
ties committee, heads a similar
committee for the Freda Marko-
witz post.
At present the post is direct-
ing its energies to securing jobs
for veterans and helping psycho-
neurotic returnees. Five local
doctors have volunteered their
services for the latter project.
Twice a month, members of
the post visit the dependant chil-
dren at the Kendall Home, tak-
ing toys, fruit, etc. Plans are be-
ing made to install a playground
and equipment for the children.
The main project of the post
now is its semi-monthly outing
for convalescent returnees of the
Biltmore and Miami Beach Army
hospitals. After each outing the
post writes letters to the parents
of every soldier guest, assuring
them of their sons' and daugh-
ters' health. Letters of apprecia-
tion have been sent to the post
from parents in England, Hono-
lulu and the 48 states.
Last Christmas, members of
the Freda Markowitz post were
(Continued on Page 15)
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PAGE TWELVE
vjenisti fhridiarJ
?MPAY. QCTOte

President Truman's Message to Jewish War Veterans
THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON
September 8, 1945
Dear Commander Greenberg:
A half century of service to veterans is indeed cause for congratulation. It is. therefore a pleas-
ure for me to extend greetings to the Jewish War Veterans of the United States on their fiftieth anni-
versary.
As a symbol of patriotic service rendered by our citizens of Jewish faith, your organization
is the living answer to those who would confuse our people with the evil doctrines of bigotry and
hatred.
Through the Jewish War Veterans, may I once more repeat the deep sense of appreciation
which the nation feels toward all the men and women who have served in the armed forces.
May your organization grow in strength, so that together with other responsible veterans' or-
ganizations, it can render maximum service to our fighting men as they return to peaceful pursuits.
Very sincerely yours,
HARRY TRUMAN
Mr. Archie Greenberg,
National Commander,
Jewish War Veterans of the United States,
276 Fifth Avenue
New York, N. Y.
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|y, OCTOBER 26, 1945
*Jewisti Fhridian
PAGE THIRTEEN
I BEACH POST NO. 330
Of The United States
Beach Welcomes You!
to Serve Veterans, Their People and Our
lunity, We Know a Job Will Be Done
istitution and Installation of Officers
lay, October 28,1945, at 8:00 P. M.
Elk's Club Patio
720 West Avenue, Miami Beach
United States Published Through the Courtesy of:
NEIL BERK
7224 COLLINS AVENUE
IOST DAIRIES OF THE SOUTH
^E BELIEVE IN THE SOUTH'*
I. J. HALPERIN "REALTOR"
5HINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
1'L. L. KRAMER "REALTOR"
[INCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
IRTIN'S LIQUOR STORE
j "FORMERLY ABE KATZ"
>LLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
|S. MEGDALL. "REALTOR"
WNCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
^OME MILK PRODUCERS ASSN.
SAMUEL A. RIVKIND
NOBLE H. PARKER "REALTOR"
1623 MICHIGAN AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
JERSEY ICE CREAM
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
WHITE BELT DAIRY
TILLMAN MAXWELL "REALTOR"
753 41ST STREET. MIAMI BEACH
FLAMINGO U-DRTVE IT
2331 LIBERTY AVENUE
PHILIP O. WOLFSON "REALTOR"
625-A LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
RUBIN'S NEW JERSEY PHARMACY
400 COLLINS AVENUE
ARENA BAR
114 BISCAYNE STREET
BEACH SALES CO.
409 ESPANOLA WAY
NAT ROTH
ARCHER FRUIT CO.
317 LINCOLN ROAD
FARR TOURS
1245 WASHINGTON AVENUE
LEE'S GRILL
237 14TH STREET
USHER'S DRIVE & TAXI SERVICE
1349 DADE BOULEVARD
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PAGE FOURTEEN
*Jenisi> fhridUan
FRIDAY,
Past Commander Speaks
At JWV Ceremony
Kaufman
Benjamin Kaufman, past na-
tional commander of JWV, who
will be guest speaker at the in-
stitution ceremonies of the Beach
post Sunday, is one of the 78
World War I veterans decorated
with the Congressional Medal of
Honorhighest award given by
the government.
Commander Kaufman enlisted
early in the World War and was
sent to France with Company
"K," 308th In-
fantry, 77th Di-
vision. He be-
c a m e a regi-
mental boxing
c h a m pion as
well as a star
in basketball
and baseball.
According to re- j
ports he was]
the "best top- |
kick" in the
AEF. Twice he
declined the
honor of a higher rank because
he did not care to leave his regi-
ment and his buddies. On the
Vesle, during a gas bombard-
ment, Kaufman aided several
wounded comrades, tearing off
his gas mask to dig out a private
whose funk hole had ben blown
in by a direct hit. Another gas
shell exploded near him, and by
morning he was quite blind. He
Stuck to his post all day, evading
medical attendants and company
officers, as he groped his way
through the woods to find how
his company was getting along.
Finally, caught by his company
commander toward evening, lie
Was sent to the hospital, despite
stout resistance.
Hospital life even in Paris
palled on him. He secured a uni-
form by ruse, left the hospital
without permission, and after
numerous vicissitudes, including
a court-martial, rejoined his
company in the Argonnc Forest
when it was the first to reach
the "Lost Battalion" as soon as
their location was discovered.
The heroism for which Kauf-
man won the Congressional
Medal of Honor is described in
official records as follows:
In the Argonne on Oct. 4th,
Kaufman had one arm already
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Joseph M. Lipton, President
put out of commission by a Ger-
man machine gun. Nevertheless,
with Privates Iacoviello and
Vanderlip, he started toward the
flank of the machine gun posi-
tion. Both privates were
wounded and Kaufman was
alone, when he drew his pistol
which was emptyand rushed
at the positioncalling upon the
gunners to surrender; made them
shoulder the machine gun. and
march back to Headquarters.
Meeting Private Iacoviello, he
turned over the prisoners to him
and them became unconscious
from loss of blood. In recognition
of his action, Kaufman received
the Congressional Medal."
Besides receiving the Congres-
sional Medal of Honor, he was
also decorated for valor by nine
governments, allies of the United
Stales, in 1917-18.
Commander Kaufman is mar-
ried and lives with his wife and |
only daughter in Trenton, N. J.
Mrs. Kaufman is president of the
Trenton unit of the Ladies Aux-
iliary.
Kaufman is manager of the
New Jersey Employment Service
at Trenton, N. J., which is also
part of the United States Em-
Elovment Service. He is a mem-
er of the Trenton Welfare Com-
mision and the Mayor's Citizens
committee. In Trenton, Kauf-
man has been a leader in Jew-
ish comunal and charitable af-
fairs.
In veteran circles, he has held
the office of state commander of
the Disabled American Veterans,
and national vice commander of
the National Legion of Valor, a
veterans' organization limited to
holders of official decorations for
valor.
In 1937 Kaufman organized
and became the first commander
of the Trenton post of the Jewish
War Veterans. For three years
he acted as chief national aide to
three national commanders, and
in this capacity made many visi-
tations and helped organize
many new posts. In June. 1941,
he acted as master of ceremonies
at the luncheon honoring Wen-
dell Willkie, at which Mr. Will-
kie was presented JWV's annual
Americanism award.
OCTOBER
OFFICERS OF
NEW POST
The following newly
elected officers of the
Miami Beach post No. 330
of the Jewish War Veter-
ans will be installed Sun-
dav night:
E. Max Goldstein. Com-
mander.
Maurice M. Orovitz, Sr.
Vice Commander.
Irving Ellis, Jr. Vice
Commander.
Dan Roth, Judge Advo-
cate. _
Dr. Leonard Weil. Sur-
geon.
Aaron Farr. Adjutant.
Jack Tobin, Quartermas-
ter.
Brick, Historian.
Cooper, Liaison
Archie
Harry
Officer.
Irving
geant-at-Arms.
Stolmack, S e r-
NATIONAL JWV HAS
50-YEAR HISTORY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11)
semination of information con- '
cerning Jewish war service and
the part Jews have played in the
building of America, publishing
and distributing widely the book. '
"Jews in American Wars." an i
account of the military record of
American Jews since the Revo-
lutionary War.
The Victory Loan Drive starts
October 29, Get ready to put it
over the top quickly.
Founders of the Beach JWV are Archie Brick, Samuel A. Rt|
Harry Farr and Nat Roth, not pictured.
We SALUTE .
THE NEW VETERAN'S UNIT
Miami Beach Post No. 330
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States
"WELL ORGANIZED TO SERVE NOBLY"
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228 Sth Street
CORRE CLEANERS
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1659 Lenox Avenue
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529 Lincoln Road
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929 Lincoln Road
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Contracting Painters
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OCTOBER 26, 1945
fJewisiiJhridian
PAGE FIFTEEN
i'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVE ISEN
George J. Talianoff
fesident of Sholem lodge
I Turk have just returned
Tampa where they at-
a first Executive com-
, meeting of the Florida
federation of B nai B nth
There were approxi-
15 representatives from
is of the State who dis-
n many important prob-
fcuch as the expansion of
the Youth groups, and
^.nti Defamation league
Both Harold and George
m- with Brother Morrice
president of the State
Ition of B'nai B'rith
addressed the Sarasota
[and were pleasantly sur-
: to find the interest of the
Jewish community of
bta bound up in B'nai
work.
, Nominating committee
|e Miami Beacon lodge has
f announced by President
le J. Bertman: Dave Em-
I chairman, and Alfred
I Harry Cornbloom, Archie
Jack August, Joseph
ier and Martin Genet.
men will report at the
Imeeting in November the
of those from whom next
_ officers are to be elected,
lidentally, the next meet-
|f the Miami Beach lodge is
I held Tuesday at the Beach
It is planned to have one of
Outstanding speakers in the
faddress the group at that
the same evening, Sholem
F of Miami will also have a
tng to be held at Beth
id in Miami, at which time
Idpnt Harold Turk will an-
Ice the members of the
limiting committee for that
nization. Mr. Turk also ad-
_ me that there will be sev-
lother important items taken
iuch as revision of dues and
for the Bond drive.
jers Accepts
lest Post
predicted in the Floridian
ral weeks ago, Stanley C.
fa, honorary president of
ration, has been named
ral chairman of the Dade
ty Community War Chest
paign which will begin
nd Jan. 15.
yers has taken a leave from
activities in Federation to
bte his time to the drive,
irge Chertkof. who is co-
irman of Federation's Com-
ee on Community Needs
Myers, will head that com-
tee temporarily.
announcing the new chair-
. A. D. Reynolds, first vice
ident of the Chest, said:
The entire board appreciates
tremendous personal sacri-
Stanley Myers is making.
is taking time away from a
y law practice, without a
t of pay, his return being
"e in a community job well
c We voted unanimously to
k him to the limit in putting
an overwhelmingly success-
campaign."
1 than 2,000 volunteer
Irkors will be enrolled in the
lye of which Myers said:
fThis is going to be the kind
[campaign Dade county should,
onan enthusiastic, opti-
Btic community effort to take
N of a tremendous commun-
r responsibility.
'It is going to be based on a
Und understanding on the
ft of people of the great work
[inn done by the member agen-
> and the great need for the
ljng year. The 23 local agen-
. and the 19 members of the
tional War Fund are com-
ned in this campaign. It is
|ly necessary to give once to
IPPort a work that is truly
prld-wide as well as intimately
pal."*
SCORDS GROUP
[A meeting of the War Rec-
"s committee of the Army-
svv committee has been called
' .8:15 p. m. Monday at the Mi-
ni Y by Nat Roth, chairman.
ljrv'ng Seid of the national
I'ce of the Jewish Welfare
Pd will be present to discuss
|nods of bringing war records
to date. Mr. Seid has timed
1 arrival in order to atend the
gauation of the Miami Beach
>v post Sunday evening.
Brothers Sam W. Shapiro and
E. Albert Pallot, chairmen for
the Beach lodge and the Miami
lodge Victory Bond drives, re-
spectively, are planning a se-
ries of outstanding events, in-
cluding a gala water show and
theatre party to help put over
the last and most importanBond
drive. Those of you who are
planning to help your country
and yourselves, financially,
should arrange to buy your
bonds through B'nai B'rith so
that we can again over-sub-
scribe our quota!
Dr. William Bernstein, after
spending the last couple of
years with Uncle Sam, has re-
opened his offices at 420 Lin-
coln Road. We know that all
of the Doctor's friends and pa-
tients are glad to see him back
with us again.
Brother Sam Miller and wife
have returned from a trip up
north and Sam is again ready to
pitch in and help put the Vic-
tory Bond drive over.
Sam Ringler is hospitalized at
St. Francis hospital. His many
friends wish him a speedy re-
covery.
Martin Chochen is back in
business again at his old spot on
Royal Palm ave. and 41st st.
From now on, the old neighbor-
hood will be "spruced up."
Congratulations to S t e v i e
Mogul's father on the expansion
of his store at 41st st. He tells
us that the modern designs in
home appliances are breath-tak-
ing.
Col. Mitch Wolfson is in civies
again and is already interested
in community affairs. This city
is, indeed, fortunate to have
men of Mitch Wolfson's calibre,
always willing and ready to
make this a better city in which
to live.
See you all at the lodge meet-
ing. Tuesday night, Oct. 30.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DAVE'S HANK TAVERN at 2101 N.
W. nth Ave.. Miami. Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the, Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY HERMAN
..-_,. MORRIS GOLD
MYERS A HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
10/5-12-19-26 11/2
MIAMI JWV POST
AIDS RETURNEES
(Continued from Page 11)
hosts to convalescent soldiers at
five hospitals.
In the first two years of its
existence, the post grew from 13
to 176 members. Ex-servicemen
and women and those still in
the service are invited to attend
meetings as guests. The next
meeting has been scheduled the
evening of Nov. 5 at Beth David.
Officers of the post are: Abe
S. Goldman, national deputy
chief of staff: Dr. Maurice Klein,
commander: Isadore Brown, sen-
ior vice commander; William
Kresner, junior vice commander;
Frank Kline, quartermaster;
George Schwartz, adjutant: Jack
Apte, Mortimer Frank, Ed Ros-
enthal, trustees; and Ed Platkin,
public relations officer.
BEACH VETS JOIN
NEW JWV POST
Present members of the Miami
Beach post No. 330, JWV, in-
clude: Samuel A. Rivkind, E.
Max Goldstein, Edward Fried-
man, Irving Ellis, Jack Tobin,
Maurice M. Orovitz, Max Meisel,
Joseph Linn, Maurice Abelson,
Jack Rosenbaum.
Victor R. Kohn, Morris Fried-
man, Harry Cooper, Samuel
Kramer, Joseph Rose, Abraham
Booxbaum, Louis Morgan, B. J.
Stollmark, Aaron Farr, Dr. Ben-
jamin Coleman, Archie Brick,
Edwin W. Sonz, Dr. Leonard
Weil, Philip Markel, Joseph Wil-
liamson, Oscar Reisler.
Michael Penson, Dan Roth,
Samuel Cristol, Harry E. Druger,
Herbert Abrams, Lewis A. Men-
dell, Harry H. Cohen, Solas J.
Low, Abe Robinson, Maxwell
Hyman, Maj. Hyman I. Robm-
son, Mitchell Jacoby, Philip
Heims, Myron L. Alpert, Lewis
Lee, N. H. Hankoff, Jesse Weiss,
Murray Kaplan, Max Dantowitz.
Irving Goldberg, Martin Cohen,
Morton D. Felson, Leonard Wag-
man. Murray Belsky, Irving
Willner, Jacob Plotsky, Herbert
Cream, William Deckel, Murray
Seftell, George Bloom, Joe Gold-
berg, Jerry Martin, Arnold Leon.
Monahan's Electric
804 S. W. 22nd Are.
ELECTRICAL
Appliance RepairsPrompt
Service
Phone 4-0632
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names at
the locations hereinafter mentioned,
to-wit:
WRINKLES LIQUOR STORES.
1.09-1711 Alton Road. Miami Beach,
Florida;
WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES,
8525 lllscayno Boulevard, Miami,
Florida:
WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES.
2211 I'once De Leon Boulevard,
Coral ('.allies, Florida;
intends to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CARL WRINKLE.
AARON WRINKLE,
LEO A. CHAIKIN
Applicants.
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
10/5-12-19-26 11/2
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of SOUTHRRN MAID DRESS COM-
PANY at 219 N. W. First Avenue,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
NATHAN BLATTBERG
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
9/28-10/5-12-19-26
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of W-Z LABORATORIES at 634 N.
Miami Avenue. Miami. Fla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NORMAN WEISMAN
JACK ZWICK
JACK OEYER
ROBERT HAMBURG.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
9/28 10/5-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of SUE-ANN NOVELTY SHOP at
S2/> Washington Ave, Miami Beach,
intend to register said name with tho
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DORIS LASHER
10/19-26 ll/2-9ST6LV1A BBCK"*"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
i V,l!Hl.l,!1";der ,ho ">titious name
of PLASTIC MODES at 4102 N. Mi-
ami Avenue, Intend to register said,
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
ALLEN RUBIN
ISAAC JOFFT?OLAND DAVIS
.0/A.9,-26n,?;2f-O9r-,^PP"Can,S
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names
at the locations hereinafter mention-
ed, to-wit:
CARLS MARKET. 8515 Biscayne
Boulevard, Miami. Florida:
CARLS MARKET. 1S95 S. W. 8th
Street. Miami. Florida:
CARLS' MARKET, 700 West 41st
Street. Miami Beach, Florida;
WEINKLES, 1701-1707 Alton Rd.,
Miami Beach. Florida;
CARIES BAKERY, 785 S. W. 19th
Avenue, Miami, Florida;
DADE WHOLESALE GROCERY,
1180 N. W. 23rd Street. Miami,
Florida:
intends to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
CARL WRINKLE.
AARON WRINKLE.
IVAN C. BOWSER. SR.
Applicants.
MYERS & HEIMAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
10/5-12-19-26 11/2
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE 37305
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
L. E. GOSS. holder of Everglades
Drainage District Tax Certificate
Numbered 7948. dated the 7th day
of July. A. D., 1941, has filed said
Certificate in my office and has made
application for tax deed to Issue
thereon In accordance with law.
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property, situated In
Hade County. Florida, to-wit:
Lot 5, Block 34, Fnlrlawn. a
Resub., Plat Book 8, Page 83.
in the County of Dade. State of
Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of L. B. Warren. Unless
said Certificate shall be redeemed
according to law. tax deed will Is-
sue thereon the 31st day of October.
A. D-, 1945.
Dated this 26th day of September.
A. D 1945.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade
County. Florida.
N. C. STRRRRTT. D. C.
Circuit Court Seal.
9/28 10/5-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HERRBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engnge
In business under the fictitious name
of Berk's Transfer at 156 N. W. 5th
Street. Miami, Fla., Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County. Florl-
SIDNRY R. BRCK
Max R. Silver
Attorney for Applicant
10/12-19-26 11/2-9
NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TATUM'S JEWELRY at 212 N. E.
79th Street, Miami, Florida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
KATHRYN TATUM
Milton A. Friedman
Attorney for Applicant
10/5-12-19-26 11/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Lincoln Road Company, Ltd.. at
1261 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MORRIS GOODMAN.
General Partner
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
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of FLORIDA BUSINESS ASSOCI-
ATES at Calumet Building. Miami.
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. _____
MURRAY KASTOFF
WALTER A. TREPTE
9/28 10/5-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROBIN HOOD INN. Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida. ____
BISCAYNE 36TH STREET
CORPORATION
MORRIS BERICK.
Attorney for Owner
605 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida
10/19-26 11/2-9-16 ______
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
FILE NO. 40454
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
CONSTANCE Z. PRARLMAN. holder
as assignee of City of Miami Tax
Certificates Numbered 1292;.. 12973
and 2974. dated the 1st day of June.
AD 1942 has filed said Certificates
in m'v office, and has made "?''"-
cation for tax deed to be |s8Ued there-
on in accordance with law Said Cer-
tificates embrace the following de-
scribed property situated In Dade
Countv. Florida, to wit:
C Lot 11. Block 16 Ocean View
Heights, Plat Book 2. Page 86.
in the City of Miami. County of
Dade State "t^.".
braced In Certificate No. 1292a.
The assessment of said property
under the said Certificate Issued
was In the name of Unknown.
Lot 15. Block 34. Ocean View
Heights. Plat Book 2. Page 86.
in the City of Mlam Countv of
Side, State^ of Florida as em-
braced In Certificate No. 12973.
The assessment of said property
under the said Certificate issued
was in the name of Unknown
Cot 16. Block 34. Ocean Vievr
Heights, Plat Book 2. Page 86.
In the City ->f Mlam .Countv of
1 State "f Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No. 12974.
The assessment of said property
under the said Certificate issued
w'.s in the name of Unknown.
Unless said Certificates shall U
redeemed according to law tax deed
will issue thereon on the 31st day or
rD0ab.ted' this 26th day of September.
A- D' k%. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida
By N. C. STERRBTT. D. C.
Circuit Court Seal. 9/28.10/5.12.i9-2
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County, Florida
No. 9794
Re: Estate of JAMRS R. WAR-
FIELD, Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice Is hereby given that I have
filed mv final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of JAMES R. WARF1ELD.
deceased; and that on the 19th day
of November. 1945. I will apply to the
Honorable W. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
the Estate of JAMES R. WARFIELD,
deceased.
This 17th day of October, 194a.
FANNIE E. WARFIELD
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Administratrix
10/19-26 11/2-9
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County, Floridi
Re: Kstate of
MARTS) AGATHA WHITE
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice Is hereby given that she
has filed her final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Admin-
istratrix of the estate of MARIE
AGATHA WHITE, deceased: and
that on the ;)0th day of November,
1945, will apply to the Honorable
W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final ills-
charge as Administratrix of the Ks-
tate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE,
deceased.
This 19th day of October, 1945.
MARGARET WHITE DUNCAN.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Administratrix.
10/26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Dee-Llclous Products Co. at 5905
N. W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. ______
IRVING A. SPIEGEL
10/12-19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of President Madison Hotel at 3801
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. ____,_,-.-,
ALBERT GROSSMAN
Mvers & Helman.
Attorneys for Applicant^.. ..,___
NOTICE IS HERRBY GIVRN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Atlantic Metal Products & Sales
Co at 47 N. R. 25th Street. Miami
Florida. intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Cowrt of Dade County. Florida
EDWARD T. BROOKS
CHARLES ADELMAN
10/12-19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File A U526
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
W. J. ROBINSON, holder of County
Tax Certificate No 2S150 issued the
Is) day of June. A. 1). 1942. has filed
same in my office, and has made
application for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade, State
of Florida, to-wit:
Its 23 and 24, Block 5. Alameda,
a Sub,, Plat Hook 17. Page 81.
In the County of Dade. State of
Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In
the name of GENEVA W. HOOPER,
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law the prop-
erty described therein will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court
House door on the first Monday In
the month of December, 1945. which
is the 3rd day of December, 1945.
Dated this 23rd day of October,
1945.
E B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L M. .JOHNSON. D. C.
10/26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HRRRRY GIVRN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious
name of PATTY JOS RESTAU-
RANT at 22SO S. W. 32nd Avenue.
Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
FRANK M. GORDON
ELLA BRINKMAN
Co-Partners
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicants
10/26 11/2-9-16-23 _________^^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVRN that
the undersigned, desiring to engnge
in business under the fictitious name
of RIVIANNA APARTMRNTS nt
929 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida. ^^
YETTA DACKS
Applicants.
MYERS & HEIMAN.
Attorneys for applicants,
650 Sevbold Bldg., Miami, Florida.
10/26 11/2-9-16-23 __________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LENOX HOTEL, Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. ..___,_
LENORA MORRIS
(Free Dealer)
MORRIS BERICK,
Attorney for Owner,
605 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Fla.
10/19-2611/2-9-16
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
To ALL To WHOM THESE PRE-
SRNTS SHALL COME. GREET-
INGS:
This Is to certify that, whereas.
Rose Qralnlck, Miami. Florida
I,enora Morris, Miami Beach,
Florida
Morris Berick, Miami Beach,
Florida
did on the 11th day of September.
A. D. 1944. cause to he incorporated
under the pro visions of Chapter
10096. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925,
M AND G, INC., a corporation, with
its principal place of business at
Miami, Dade County, in the State
of Florida, and whereas the proper
officers of such corporation did on
the 17th day of October. A. D. 1945.
Cause to be filed In the office of
the Secretary of the State of Flor-
ida, a duly authenticated resolution
adopted bv the stockholders under
the provisions of said Chapter 10096.
Laws of Florida, Acts of 1925. Show-
ing the dissolution of such corpora-
tion, and the Secretary of State is
satisfied that the requirements of
law have been complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the Great Seal of the
State of Florida, at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this the seventeenth
day of October. A, D. 1945,
R. A. GRAY.
(Seal) Secretary of State.
MORRIS BERICK.
Attorney.
605 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla.
10/26
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BELFORD PRODUCE AND
TRUCKING CO.
1800 N. W. 7th Avenue
CAMPBELL HOMES
233 N. W. 29th Street
EAST COAST FISHERIES INC.
360 West Flagler Street
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANX
1S51 Alton Road
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
Wholesale Liquors
309 If. W. 9th Avenue
MARGARET NEWMAN & NEWMAN
& WINTER MFG. CO
Women's Appaxrel
MRS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY
3190 Pine Tree Drive
RAINBOW GARDENS FLORIST
840 N. E. 79th Street
RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT
929 Lincoln Road
SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL
425 Ocena Drive
SOUTH SEAS HOTEL
7501 Biscavne Bird.
STEVENS MARKETS
2001 N. W. 62nd St.
FRANK STRAW ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTORS
1236 N. E. 2nd Avenue
ALLAPATTAH BAKERY
1714 N. W. 36th Street
P. A. AUSLEY
66 N. W. 4th Street
ACE RUG CLEANERS
53 S. W. S. River Drive
BRENSON GROCERY
1432 N. W. 4th Avenue
BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO
47 N. W. 1st Street
CARLYLE HOTEL
1250 Oce*n Drive
COMMERCIAL STANDARD INS. C0\
OF FT. WORTH
2901 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
CORTEZ COFFEE SHOP
241 N. E. 1st Avenue
CORBITT POULTRY 4 EGG CO-
1395 N. W. 7th Avenue
DEAUVILLE SERVICE STATION
648 Collins Avenue
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 K. W. 14ih Street