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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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

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cundL THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 18NUMBER 44
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
PEE VISIT
PALESTINE TALK
LONDON (JTA)The future
\{ the Jews and of Palestine, it
understood, is to be fully con-
sidered at Washington in the
alks between Prime Minister
kttlee and President Truman.
luring Attlee's forthcoming visit,
[round Nov. 10. it was reported
ly the Keuters news agency.
I "Though the broad outline of
he British Government's policy
ir Palestine seems to be set-
fed, the plan has yet to receive
final shape and the approval
the Cabinet," the report
ated. "This may be delayed
ntil the Prime Minister has
id an opportunity to discuss it
fith President Truman. There
a growing belief that the ulti-
ate solution that will be pro-
sed will be the partition of
tlestine into an Arab and a
{wish half with Jerusalem as
[kind of neutral center."
iThere is still no definite date
Attlee's statement on Pales-
le. It is thought likely that
matter was discussed during
llong meeting of the Cabinet.
The general expectation is that
quota to allow 2,000 Jews
nthly into Palestine has been
fed and it is believed that
zam Bey, secretary of the
ab league, agreed to this fig-
I during his recent stay in
ndon," Reuter's report said,
return for this acceptance he
(reported to have asked that
) British Government publicly
le its adherence to the White
per and to continue to consult
Arabs on all matters of Pal-
Ine policy."
\ spokesman of the Jewish
pney in London told Reuters
Palestine Jewry would re-
this solution as utterly in-
nate and that under these
Jitions a large stepping-up
I "unauthorized" immigration
le to be counted on. Jewish
Ties say that they are fully
ire that there are four full
iish divisions now in Pales-
and that the Navy has made
fa and not Cyprus its base.
Rrtheless, they believe that
Jews in Palestine will be
' to ensure the safe landing
Jewish refugees from Europe.
pwar Hashashibi, speaking
Ine Arab office here, declares
I the Manchester Guardian
the White Paper can be
Jed only by force. The only
lion of the Palestine prob-
I ne says, is to grant the Jews
rdy there cultural and relig-
1 freedom, while the refugee
Jem is settled by the world.
J.nc Arabs. Nashashibi also
Its partition, asserting that
puld sow the seeds of a new :
l'" Workers Dinner to
Half Million Dollar
I HEEL DRIVES
Initiate
Campaign
BY
SAM BLANK
H LEADERS
END SEVERAL
T
Independent capital funds
drives by the Miami Y and the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Advisory
council were approved by Feder-
ation's Executive committee
Wednesday following weeks of
negotiation due to the postpone-
ment of the United Jewish Build-
ing Fund campaign.
The agreement limits the Y
campaign to a $200,000 goal and
the Hillel drive to $35,000. Both
campaigns are to terminate by
the end of this year. Funds
An address by Rabbi Barnett | chairman of National United
R. BricKner of Euclid Ave. Tern- | Palestine Appeal and membcr-
ple. Cleveland, will highlight the ship chairman of the Zionist Qr-
Monday dinner rally for the new
Miami Beach Jewish Center's
half-million dollar expansion.
Dinner arrangements are in
charge of the Center's Sisterhood
headed by Mrs. Joseph M. Rose,
president, and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man. first vice president. The.
opening event for campaign per-
sonnel will take place in the
present center building at 6:30
p. m.
Rabbi Brickner, lecturer, au- \
thor and prominent Zionist, in
1944 was designated by Pres.
Roosevelt to tour theatres of war
on a religious mission. His
ganization of America. Since
1936 he has been chairman of
the committee on chaplains of
the Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis.
The official opening of the
half-million-dollar campaign for
the new Miami Beach Jewish
Center is being preceded by nu-
merous committee meetings.
Campaign majors and captains
have grouped workers into
squads and a special meeting will
be held the evening before the
drive opens at the home of Abe
Goodman.
Fixed for regular report ses-
speaking tour was sponsored by sions are the Thursday luncheon
the War department and the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare board.
Rabbi Brickner covered 50.000
miles by air, addressing thou-
sands of troops in far-flung corn-
meetings to be held regularly in
the Strand restaurant, Miami
each, for the duration of the
drive. Officers leading the drive
are Samuel Friedland, chairman
At midnight Sunday, the last
hamburger will be handed over
the counter, the last dish will be
washed, dried and put away, the
volunteer hostesses will doff
their aprons for the last time
and the Servicemen's Snack Bar
at 1 Lincoln road will shut up
shop after serving approximately
250.000 persons in its six months
history.
Operated at an estimated de-
ficit of over $20,000, the Snack
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
CULTURAL COMMITTEE
NAMES OFFICERS
UJBF Allotment committee, ear-
marked for each organization.
The agreement with the Y
prohibits solicitation of Beach
residents unless they have busi-
ness interests in Miami. New
athletic and meeting facilities
are to be located at the present
site, 1567 S. W. Fifth St., or else-
where in the Southwest area as
determined by the Y's board of
directors. Funds will be re-
leased when the organization
considers it feasible to start con-
struction.
Funds raised in the Hillel
drive are to be used for the re-
tirement of present indebtedness
I and completion of the present
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
blvd., Coral Gables. Solicitation
is limited to Greater Miami.
bat areas in India, China, Burma, of fund-raising; Harry Sirkin,
airman of the steering com-
raised will be deposited with the persia tn rar bbe-in Fevot rh
Italy, Sicily, Europe and other
sectors to strengthen global soli-
darity among Allied fighting
forces.
During World War I he had
charge of training schools for
Jewish welfare workers in mili-
tary camps. Widely known also
for his civic activities in Canada
and his weekly radio broadcasts
mittee. and Joseph F. Rose,
campaign director.
Col. Sol Goldstrom presided
at this week's meeting of Majors
and Captains. The group was
addressed by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Samuel Friedland and Al-
fred Stone, chairman of the con-
struction committee.
Among those attending were
spanning 15 years, Rabbi Brick- Harry Bodenstein, Archie Brick,
ner since 1925 has served vari-
ously as president of the Cleve-
land Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, co-chairman of the Jewish
Welfare Fund campaign, vice
Henry Spero, I. Goldberg, Ray-
mond Rubin, David Isen. O.
Mamber, Irving Firtel, L Pecker-
man, Milton Sirkin, Philip Sal-
mon. S. E. Schwartz.
Permanent officers of the
newly formed Greater Miami
Jewish Cultural committee were
selected at a meeting Wednes-
day. They are Mrs. Leo Huber-
man: Mrs. Irving Becker, secre-
tary; and Maurice Grossman and
Jack P. Marash, co-treasurers.
On the committee's concert
series this year, Celia Adler. Dr.
Joachim Prinz, Irving Davidson.
Cantor David Putterman and
Leonard Rose will appear. Miss
Adler will open the series with
a dramatic program Nov. 11 at
Miami Beach High school.
New members of the commit-
tee are Temple Beth Sholom sis-
terhood Miami Beach Commun-
ity Center sisterhood. Miami
Beach Mizrachi Men's and
Women's divisions.
Tickets for the series may be
obtained from the town and
Beach Ys and the Bureau of
Jewish Education. Twelve or-
ganizations comprise the Cul-
tural committee.
WAR CRIMES TRIAL
TO START NOV. 20
NURENBERG (JTA)Justice
Robert H. Jackson, chief war
crimes prosecutor for the United
States, said at a conference here
that he expected the trial of the
twenty-four Nazi war criminals
to start here Nov. 20.
"I will do my utmost to pre-
vent the proceedings being
dragged out as at Belsen," Jack-
son said. "Speed of the trial will
depend, however, on the rules
of procedure laid down by the
tribunal and also on the defense
counsels' attitude."
As the Belsen tria entered its
seventh week at Lueneburg,
signs were posted in the indus-
t,'ialHdlStt'ht;t? the l^be^haS' At the same time Sen. Taft this
manding that the Malta has^ he wou,d rt
e"ed-.. H^,steT,n,-J_usi!rCe_.. a." the establishment of a joint
American-British commission to
studv and determine how many
Jews can and should be admitted
to Palestine.
HOUSE LEADER SEEKS
JEWISH STATEHOOD
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep.
Joseph Martin, Republican
leader in the House of Represen-
tatives, has introduced a resolu-
tion in the House calling for free
Jewish immigration into Pales-
tine and the establishment there
by the Jews of a "free and
democratic commonwealth.'
The resolution, which is iden-
tical with that introduced in the
Senate last week by Senators
Wagner and Taft, urges that
"the United States shall use its
good offices to the end that the
doors of Palestine shall be
opened for free entry of Jews
into that country and that there
shall be full opportunity for col-
onization so that they may re-
constitute Palestine as a free
and democratic commonwealth
in which all men regardless of
race or creed shall enjoy equal
The Senator said that he
understands that the British
Government was asked to cre-
ate such a joint commission the
functions of which will be to de-
termine how many Jews want
to go from Europe to Palestine,
and how many can find homes
in Europe.
Taft's suggestion followed pub-
lication of a letter sent by Sen.
J o s i a h Bailey, Democrat of
North Carolina, to Secretary of
State Byrnes, in which Bailey
objected to U. S. participation in
a solution of the Palestine prob-
lem, and said that he would fight
on the Senate floor any move to
commit us to guarantee Jewish
immigration of the establishment
of a Jewish State there.
flyveld Sees Zionist Success
Law, Order, Not Violence
By H. A. Binder
ust leaders are fully cog-
of the obstacles confront-
pem in their efforts to abol-
le White Paper, but it will
Iccomplished through law
land not by violence. Rabbi
lr J- Lelyveld said Monday
1 when we renewed our ac-
tance with him.
ins opinion, negotiations be-
President Truman and
Minister Attlee will cul-
in a full acknowledge-
|f the principles embodied
f g~our declaration, in
Bi the colonial and imperi-
fc i. mc,'ned secretariate.
in the labor party, prior to
Ftion, may have avowed its
ion of continuing Jewish
M'on to Palestine estab-
, formalities must be con-
with and until they have
been met, undue adverse criti-
cism should be withheld, he
asserted.
The progress of the land-loving
pioneers in Palestine since Dr.
Theodore Herzl advocated a
home land for the Jews 50 years
ago would stagger the imagina-
tion, he said.
At several parlor meetings this
week. Rabbi Lelyveld held in-
formal round table discussions
on the ZOA and its relationship
to establishing a home land for
European Jewry. Wednesday
night, he addressed a mass meet-
ing of local Zionists.
Since our last meeting m San
Diego early in April, Rabbi Lely-
veld, executive director of the
Committee on Unity for Pales-
tine, has traveled almost forty
thousand miles expounding the
need of American Jewry to rally
around the ZOA.
Death to the Belsen Men," the
posters read.
HOME FOR AGED
READY TO OPEN
The board of directors of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged will hold a
regular meeting 8 p. m. Monday
at the home of Mrs. Joe Zalis,
1668 S. W. 14th ter.
The Home, located at 3J5 b.
W. 12th ave., is ready to be
opened, according to M. H.
Frankel president, as soon as
Federation's Budget committee
approves its budget and applica-
tions are processed by the Jew-
ish Social Service bureau. Ac-
rommodations are available for
four women and six men.
Formal acknowledgement of
the Home's affiliation with Fed-
eration as a participating agency
was reported by Morris Klass,
executive director of Federation,
this week.
FINN" SEEKS OFFICE
Sol C. Finn, candidates for
Dade county school trustee, will
face election Tuesday. An in-
surance agent, Finn is a candi-
date from the county at large.
MJOC TO SELECT
RABBI. TEACHER
Members of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation
will meet Tuesday night to
select a Rabbi and Talmud
Torah teacher. The special
meeting will be held in the
congregation building, 590
S. W. 17th ave., at 8 p. m.
Buy More War Bonds.
Bond Drive to Include
Theatre and Beach Parties
B'nai B'rith members, launch-
ing their bond drive work, made
arrangements for two affairs this
week. Appointment of Louis Hei-
man and Mrs. Harry Gordon as
chairmen of the theatre party
was announced by E. Albert Pal-
lot, chairman of Sholem lodge's
drive. The party, to be held in
connection with the Wometco
and Paramount affairs or as sep-
arate midnight show will take
place around Nov. 15.
Date for the cabana party and
dance has been set for Dec. 2
at the Blackstone hotel with
Marx Feinberg as chair ma n.
Beach and town lodges o\ B nai
B'rith are cooperating in ar-
rangements. Sam Shapiro heads
the Beach division.
In this last bond drive with an
11 billion dollar quota, the lodges
are pushing the sale of E bonds.
I F and G bond sales will also be
stressed.
Mr. Pallot reports that the
groups have adopted the Blue
Star Brigade system by which
bond salesmen will earn hon-
orary ranks by the number of
I bond sales. Sale of ten bonds
' will earn the seller a second lieu-
I tenancy; 15 bonds, first lieu-
[ tenant; 20 bonds, captain; 30
I bonds, major; 40 bonds, lieuten-
| ant colonel; 50 bonds, colonel; 60
bonds, brigadier general: 75
] bonds, major general; 100 bonds,
lieutenant general; 200 bonds,
four star general.
Success of the bond drive will
provide mustering out pay for
discharged servicemen, hospital-
! ization, termination of war con-
tracts, transportation home for
overseas veterans, maintenance
of occupation troops and pre-
vention of inflation.
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*Jewisti ticridlkin
CENTER WOMEN HOLD
GARDEN TEA PARTY
The first membership tea of
the current season, sponsored by
the Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter, will be held 1:30 p. m. Thurs-
day in the garden of Mrs. Abra-
ham Goodman's home, 3355 Fla-
mingo dr. Mrs. Nat H. Hankoff
is chairman of the tea.
Highlights of the Sisterhood's
activities will be reported.
Greetings will be given by Mrs.
Joseph M. Rose, president, and
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Mrs.
Lehrman, program chairman,
will present Mrs. Harold Turk,
monologist and Joseph Schrcib-
man, pianist .
The membership committee
which has planned the affair in-
cludes Mrs. Bertram Scheuer,
co-chairman. Mrs. Charles Kim-
mel, Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, Mrs.
B. Max, Mrs. Morris Newmark.
Mrs. Nathan Stiefel, Mrs. Al
Osheroff, Mrs. B. Glazcr. Mrs.
William Bernstein, Mrs. Samuel
Katz, Mrs. Archie Brick. Mrs.
Alfred Stone. Mrs. Samuel Lin-
ton, Mrs. Samuel Oka. Mrs.
David Sonnenblick, Mrs. Arthur
Klein, Mrs. Irving Firtel and
Mrs. Joseph M. Rose.
Hostesses at the affair on
Thursday afternoon will be Miss
Lillian Danziger, Mrs. M. S.
Rubin, Mrs. Samuel Friedland,
Mrs. Isadore Newman, Mrs. Ira
Walsey, Mrs. Joseph Berman
and Mrs. William Feuer.
Admission is free.
BB WOMEN TO GIVE
GARDEN PARTY
"Bring a guest and be a guest"
Is the theme of the garden-game
party and tea to be held by
B'nai B'rith Women at the home
of Mrs. Sam Blank. 321 East
Lido dr, 1 p. m. Monday, Nov.
15. Mrs. Frarices Herman is
chairman of the tea.
Miss Sara J. Grossman, presi-
dent of the Fifth district, was
guest speaker at a meeting of
the group Thursday evening.
On Friday she was honored by
the board of the Women's or-
ganization and officers of the
men's groups at a luncheon.
Saturday afternoon. Miss Gross-
man conducted a forum with
representatives from B'nai
B'rith girls' groups at a tea at
the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
The Great Victory Loan Drive
is now in progress. Lot's all get
behind it and put it over quick-
ly and surely.
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
ON THE PARTY LINE .
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Adelman have invited friends ot tne
family to a reception at the Tides hotel Sunday evening in
honor of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hy
Coverman. The couple returned to Miami last week to make
their home here after spending a month in New York with
Mr. Coverman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Coverman. Mr. Cover-
man has been released from the service after three years' duty,
20 months of which he spent in the European theater. He was
awarded two bronze stars, two Purple Hearts and five major
battle stars. Formerly a pfc, he returned to the country in Sep-
tember. ...
A recent party honored AMM 2-c Harry Alexander who
has returned to Miami after five years in the Navy, the last
year of which he served in Pearl Harbor. Mr. Alexander will
make his home here with his wife and two children. The party
also honored Mrs. Joseph Cline, who came here from Boston
with her baby Bill Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wilson,
celebrated his 16th birthday at his home, 1944 S. W. 16th st.,
Sunday. Twenty-seven friends were his guests at the buffet
supper and dance Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno, 744 Mich-
igan ave., celebrated their 20th anniversary last Friday Dr.
and Mrs. Lewis Paay, 1730 15th st., entertained friends at their
home on Oct. 19 on the occasion of their 15th anniversary .
Larry Higgins has opened his Brown Derby roadhouse after
severa months during which the restaurant was redecorated .
Rabbi Uri Felshin, president of the Mizrachi Men's group,
returned from New York this week Alfred Elliot, 1540 Jeffer-
son ave., are back from Gotham city where he spent a two
weeks' vacation Leonard Finkel flew into town by plane
from New York last week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Finkel, 4115 Pine Tree dr. Mr. and Mis. Herman Leiberman
have opened their home at 1713 Lenox ave. after being in Brook-
lyn since May ... Mr. and Mrs. Samuel .Gurss, 561 N E 68th
st., have returned from their summer home in Avon Lake, Ohio.
During their four month trip, they visited relatives in Cleveland,
Youngstown, and Lorraine, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. B. Feld have
moved here from New York city and are living at 639 West ave.
Mrs. Feld is the sister of Mrs. Rose Weiss of the same address
. Miss Betty Goldberg will arrive Monday from Cleveland to
spend a few weeks ago with Miss Shirley Mandel .
TO THE FOUR CORNERS
Honolulu bound is Miss Diana Jaffee, formerly secretary
to Judge Harold Spaet. Miss Jaffee left Saturday to accept a
civil service post in the Hiwaiian capital. Several of her friends
from the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith women gave her
a bon voyage party before her departure Mrs. Walter A.
Levine and her baby daughter, Leslie Ellen, will leave soon to
join First Lt. Levine in Puerto Rico where he expects to be sta-
tioned for a while Chaplain idian ave., is in "fair" condition
Saul Kraft left for Mitchel Field, at St. Francis hospital after be-
2i M~ Wr yCSMTuayu Mn infi irriurcd in a car "ashed on
and Mrs. Myron Miller have mo- MacArthur causcwav last Thurs-
tored to California
Mrs. George Feller
. Mr. and
and Mrs.
day
week
On the sick list this
were Lewis Green and
Nathan Alexander are spending Mrs Georee Chertkof Mrs
Sunday for New Haven, Conn.
. Miss Beatrice Keppler. B'nai
B'rith secretary, is spending
three weeks with her parents in
New York F. E. Stern is
spending several days in New
Gladys Silverblatt, education
student, was one of 305 girls at
Florida State College for Wom-
en who were formally granted
the privilege of wearing the
TEMPLE LADIES PLAN
INTERFAITH TEA
Members of the Temple Israel
Sisterhood are inviting their
non-Jewish friends to an inter-
faith meeting and tea to be
given by the Sisterhood 2 p. m.
Monday at the Temple.
The program will consist of a
review of Harry Emerson Fos-
dick's ."On Being a Real Person"
by Edward Clarke and piano se-
lections bv Witold Turkiewicz.
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan will give
the invocation and Rabbi Saul
Appelbaum will deliver the
benediction.
Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan will
give a religious thought for the
month.
Continuing the new hostess
plan of the Sisterhood which has
been inaugurated by its presi-
dent, Mrs. Leonard Epstein, a
tea was recently held at the
home of the November chair-
man, Mrs. Harry Boyell, to
formulate plans for the month s
activities.
Assisting Mrs. Boyell as co-
chairmen are Mrs. Louis Boyell,
publicity; Mrs. Henry Kauffman.
Sabbath candle lighting; Mrs.
Marvin Freedman and Mrs.
Jerome Freehling, refreshments;
Mrs. N. D. Raff and Mrs. George
Adler, program.
The monthly hostess commit-
tee chooses a member of its
group to light the Sabbath can-
dles at the Friday evening ser-
vices at Temple Israel, and Mrs.
Malvin Lichter, the hospitality
chairman for the year, has been
selected to light the candles
tonight.
Pouring at the tea table Mon-
day will be Mrs. Jacob H. Kap-
lan. Mrs. Saul H. Appelbaum,
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, and Mrs.
Harold Spaet. The members
who were present at the tea held
at Mrs. Boyell's home and who
will act as the hostess commit-
tee for November Sisterhood ac-
tivities are: Mrs. L. Altmeyer,
Mrs. Saul B. Appelbaum, Mrs. S.
Augustine, Mrs. Joseph Bass.
Mrs. J. Damenstein, Mrs. Morris
Dubler, Mrs. J. Epstein, Mrs.
Larry Fay, Mrs. Herbert Feibel-
man, Miss H. Feirstein. Mrs.
Harry Feldman, Mrs. Oscar
Fleischer. Mrs. B. Friedman,
Mrs. Louis Gillman, Mrs. Roy
Gindy, Mrs. Ida Goldberg, Mrs.
Edward Golden, Mrs. Max Gold-
stein, Mrs. A. Green, Mrs. Ed-
ward Greenwood, Mrs. Henry
Hirsch, Mrs. Nathan Levine,
Mrs. Sam Luby.
Members of Temple Israel
who wish to celebrate a special
occasion such as a birthday,
anniversary or the homecoming
of a serviceman may have such
occasion commemorated on Fri-
day evening at the Temple fol-
lowing the services, by calling
Mrs. Edward Golden, 2-2160.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER >
VETS' COMMITTED
ORGANIZED HERE
Formation of a Veteran
mittee was reported atttSV?*
er Miami Army-Navy 2E2S*
meeting Tuesday by L n>
man, executive scc'rctatV C*P
absence of E. M?x"%3
chairman of the commuft
committee will make a ELk
the services it will be So!
handle at the next SUfi
the Array-Navy group mg *
At the same time, Irvino c u
war records field worker rtS
JWB in the southern wL*
mended the Miami War L25
committee, headed by Nat R v
on its work to date and sr2
the need for continued effortta
obtain an accurate picture nh
Jewish men and women in 2
service. "*
Maurice Grossman, amoa.
director of the town 2
named co-chairman of the %,
Records committee, at a wJZ
Monday night at which the eoS
mittee planned a renewed to bring its records up to dafe
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES SBT
FROM PALESTINE TO
EUROPE
York When Lyn Hacker re- academic cap and town in the
turned to San Antonio from her traditional senior investi tute
furlough recently she found her service at Tally last week .
promotion to second lieutenant "-!? n-^Sun of,e}lr~ a,n.
waiting for her. Daughter of Mr. Mrs. Charles Cohen 1662 S^ W.
and Mrs. Harry Hacker, she is a 18tn avc- ?as enrolled at Duke
dietician
Mrs Marvi Neu university for a pre-med course,
mann will ieave Wednesday for A Rraduate of Miami High, he
Daytona Beach where they will Yias President of the Miami AZA.
attend a three-day convention of ?IstSi i?1"' .Bcverlv- recently in a
the state real estate board
dental hygienist course at North-
Ruth B r o t m a n representing western university and is now
Beaux Arts bureau, is in Day- ack ln Mlami ,EJaine Fein"
tona Beach arranging for the 2S* "secretary and John Bern-
Alec Templeton concert which KPIn' UaR monitor, at South Side
she will present there in Jan- Elementary school .
uary for the BPW club
ON THE SICK LIST
WITH THE CLUBS
Bernice Parker, grand chief of
Miss Ethel Rosman, 1205 Mer- Pythian Sisters, will address a
Cultured woman seeking posi-
tion as lady's companion or re-
ceptionist in Doctor's office.
Mrs. Adee. c/o Jewish Floridian.
P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18,
Florida.
JERUSALEM Three Sib
Torah. 300 pairs of Tfillin and
1,200 Mezproth. all produced br
scribes in Palestine, were sei
to J.D.C.'s Paris headquartm
from here for distribution, i
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Jerusalem office. This was |
response to urgent appeals tt
the J.D.C. from Jewish co
munities throughout the co*
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need of Scrolls and other rek
ious articles. In the U. S. aid
Canada, J.D.C. is conducting i
special campaign for Scrolls and
has already received some 2D ;
Sifre Torh. The first group i \
55 was sent to Europe in time to I
be used in the Rosh Hashonak I
services.
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Lb to observe
SPECIAL SABBATH
I n'nai B'rith Sabbath will be
I observed in Miami synagogues
I vt Friday evening simultan-
eously with similar ceremonies
I all over the country. .
I* Harold Turk, president of
shHolem lodge, will be guest
I Jo-ikrr at Temple Israel serv-
fe and Marx Feinberg. at Beth
Irnvid Occasion for the services
I if the nationwide B'nai B'rith
I membership campaign.
I Abe Aronovitz is chairman of
,he Sholem lodge drive and Mil-
Itnn A. Friedman is in charge of
Ipublicity and speakers division.
tWV LEADER STRESSES
I NEED FOR VET UNITY
By H. A. BINDER
Need for unity among Jewish
War Veteran groups in order to
cooperate with veterans' organ-
izations such as the American
ILeeion and Spanish War Vet-
[erans was stressed by Benjamin
I Kaufman, past national com-
mander of JWV, in his address
I at the institution ceremonies of
I the Miami Beach post no. 330
[Sunday evening. In answer to
I innuendoes of the lack of Jewish
I participation in the war, he
fJewistthr/dlian
urged the post members to
acquaint themselves and the ac-
cusers with the accomplishment
of the Jews.
t In accepting the charter from
Israel Feiden, national vice com-
mander of the fourth region, E
Max Goldstein said that his re-
action was similar to the one he
had when, as an aviator, he had
the privilege of delivering the
American flag to China asd
placing it on Burmese soil. Gold-
stein, first commander of the
post, and other officers were in-
stalled by Sam Rivkind.
In the absence of Mayor Her-
HPi. iFrink-. ActinR Mavor
Kaipn Pole welcomed the post
to Miami Beach, as did Col. J J
Christian and Capt. F. C. Ny.
land. H. H. Hyman presented
the colors to the post,
NEW YORK Thousands of
mens, women's and children's
garments were shipped recently
to J.D.C.s representative in Hol-
land for distribution among
needy Jews in the Netherlands.
These include women's sweat-
ers, stockings, shoes, anklets,
men s shoes, hosiery and under-
wear. An additional shipment,
which will follow in a few days,
will i n c 1 u d'e men's and boys'
sweaters and caps and woolen
blankets.
PAGE THREE
BB SHOLEM LODGE
RAISES DUES
*1U t0 ,M was decided upon at
ar,,CCtlK i B'nai B*rith Sholem
odge Tuesdtay night. The $5
initiation fee will be retained but
will be waived for all service-
men who apply for membership
within six months of their dis-
charge. Members under 26 years
i B,w,llI1 be squired to pay
only $7.50 dues.
In conjunction with its mem-
bership drive, the lodge ap-
proved a motion to waive the
rest of this year's dues for men
applying for membership now.
Changes in the dues setup will
be effective immediately, Harold
lurk, president, reports.
With elections scheduled for
the December meeting, a nom-
,n.a JJ?g comrnittee was appoint-
ed Tuesday night. Marx Fein-
berg chairman, will be assisted
by Isaac Levin, Henry Bulbin,
aI"1 B. Miller. Fred Shochet. E.
Albeit Pallot, Burnett Roth and
Milton A. Friedman.
VAAD TO ENDORSE
KOSHER HOTELS
Supervision and endorsement
will be granted to hotels which
warrant it, the Greater Miami
Hakashruth decided at a meet-
ing this week.
This free service is for the pro-
tection of the kosher seeking
public against misrepresentation
and for the protection of the
kosher hotel keeper against un-
fair competition. Rabbi Jacob E.
Rackovsky, director of the Vaad,
states.
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SOUTH CAROLINA
BEACH BB LODGE
PLANS ELECTION
Preparations for its December
election were made Tuesday
night by the B'nai B'rith lodge
when Dave Emmer was appoint-
ed chairman of a nominating
committee. Assisting him in the
selection of a slate will be Jack
Burris, Harry Cornblum, Archie
Brick, Al Stone. Jack August,
Joe Gardner and Martin Genet.
Over 100 members were pres-
ent at the meeting at which Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman spoke on
anti-Semitism. Progress in the
membership and bond drives
was reported by Paul Greene
and Samuel Sapiro, chairmen of
the respective campaigns.
VIENNAA survey of cur-
rent conditions among the Jews
in Vienna area by a J.D.C. rep-
resentative reveals that ap-
proximately 11,000 Jews live in
displaced persons camps near
Vienna, while 9,000 Jews in the
city itself require J.D.C. assist-
ance. During August approxi-
mately 150 tons of J.D.C. food-
stuffs and other supplies ar-
rived here and were distributed
among needy Jews. More than
25 tons arrived recently in Salz-
burg, to be distributed to Jews
Greater Miami Jewish Cultural Committee
PRESENTS
CELIA ADLERFirst lady
of the Yiddish stage and
screen, Miss Adler presents a
group of character studies
which made her the hit of
Theatre Guild production.
Sunday, Nov. 11. Miami Beach
Senior High School.
DR. JOACHIM PRINZJust
returned from Palestine, Dr.
Prinz enthralls his audience
with his brilliant description
of the Holy Land today. Sun-
day, Dec. 5, Temple Israel.
IRVING DAVIDSON Lis-
teners can't help laugh at the
droll stories of Mr. Davidson,
collector of Jewish wit and
humor. Sunday, Jan. 13, 1946,
Miami Beach High School.
CANTOR DAVID PUTTER-
MANChanter of synagogue
melodies. Victor recording ar-
tist and radio favorite of the
Eternal Light program, Can-
tor Putterman has an extern
s i v e concert repertoire.
Thursday. Feb. 7, 1946, Miami
Beach High School.
Subscription for Series: $5.00 (Tax Inclusive); Students: $2.50 For Tickets Call Any of Following Member Agencies:
DELAKOVA AND BERKDelakova and Berk.
Jugoslavian concert dancers with an international
reputation, feature dance stories, accompanied Dy
words and music, about the habits and customs
of different peoples. Sunday. March 3. .
Miami Beach High School.
Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation.
Congregation Beth
Jacob Sisterhood.
Dade County Chapter,
National Children's Car-
diac Home.
Jewish National Work-
ers' Alliance.
Miami Beach Jewish
Center Sisterhood.
Miami Beach Mizrachi,
Men's Division.
Miami Beach Mizrachi,
Women's Division.
National Council of
Jewish Women.
National Home for Jew-
ish Children in Denver.
YM & YWHA of Ml-
arm.
YM & WHA of Miami
Beach.
Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood.
LEONARD ROSEMiami's own, Leonard Rose has been ac-
claimed by N. Y. critics for his fine performances as first 'cellist
with the New York Philharmonic. Wednesday, April 24, 1946.
Miami Senior High School.
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fJenteti fhrkUan
H LEADERS
END SEVERAL
WAR SERVICES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Bar was only one of the many
services of the Greater Miami
Army and Navy committee of
he National Jewish Welfare
board. Maybe such an opera-
tional loss isn't good business,
but the Snack Bar committee,
headed by Carl Weinkle. didn't
worry about it. Their profit was
in knowing that servicemen and
women were being served excel-
lent food at below cost prices.
Food was purchased from ap-
proved Army sources under the
supervision and inspection of
Army officers.
Every item of food was sold
tion directed by William Singer,
with Mr. Weinkle designated as
chairman of the Snack Bar com-
mittee by Sam Blank, Greater
Miami AN committee chairman.
Another major project of the
committee is the Miami Beach
Servicemen's Housing corpora-
tion, which has rented an aver-
age of 210 apartments and a
number of hotel rooms and, in
turn, sublet them to service per-
sonnel at below OPA ceiling
prices. This was made possible
by a $50,000 capital fund pro-
vided by the four organizations
which financed the Snack Bar.
More than $30,000 of this fund
has been spent to absorb sea-
sonal prices and provide low
rental housing to servicemen.
The corporation, largest apart-
ment operator on the Beach, has
taken care of more than 700
families of servicemen during
the 13 months of its operation.
Administered by the Army.
Navy committee's executive sec-
retary. Leon Schulman. it is op-
erated by a separate board of
directors of Jews and Gentiles,
for five cents. Hamburgers, headed by Sam Blank.
cheese, sandwiches, milk, coffee,
soft drinks, desserts and other
refreshments sometimes cost
twice and three times as much
to preparebut they sold for a
nickel a portion. Since Monday
everything has been on the
house for servicemen and women
as a going out of business ges-
ture.
Busiest place of its kind in the
country, according to JWB rep-
resentative Leon Schulman. the
Snack Bar served as many as
2.573 people in one day. Aver-
age attendance as 1500 on week-
days, 1800 on Sundays. With
the close of Army facilities on
the Beach, the need for the
Snack Bar was ended.
Open 14 hours a day, the Bar
was operated by 350 hostesses
Cabana to Close
In August, construction of
a Swim Cabana was completed
just behind the Snack Bar. Rudy
Adler is chairman of the project
which has accommodations for
300 servicemen and their guests.
Towels and swim suits are pro-
vided at five cents each to cover
laundry expenses.
seeking the aid of the Housing
corporation has been as high as
15 a day. Unfortunately the
Housing corporation cannot even
meet the needs of all those in
uniform.
With the possible transforma-
tion of the Nautilus hospital to
a veterans' facility early next
year, the Army-Navy committee
will have another job on its
hands. The War and Navy de-
partments have authorized the
Jewish Welfare board to service
veterans' facilities. Veterans
from all over the country are
expected to come to the Miami
Beach hospital.
Army hospitals throughout the
area are already being serviced
by an agency of the Army-Navy
committee. Under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Sidney Stepkin,
the Servea-Hospital committee
makes personal visits and brings
Gifts to patients of the six local
hospitals. Until this fall, the
group prepared and shipped rec-
reation equipment to Finney
General hospital in Georgia.
Another continuing service is
the work of the War Records
committee, headed by Nat Roth.
Statistics on the number of Jews
from the local area who fought
in World War IIwith a record
of casualties and decorations
arc being tallied so that the con-
tribution of Miami Jewry may
be permanently compiled.
Behind all these activities is
the Greater Miami Army-Navy
EXILE BLACKLIST
OF JEWS MADE
The Cabana, which will also i committee, formed in May. 1942.
close Sunday, is equipped with In the annual report last May,
! dressing rooms, showers and Mr. Blank, chairman of the com-
1 checking facilities for officers mittee since its inception, re-
j and enlisted men alike. Sports j vealed that it had spent more
gear for fishing, table tennis, I than 533,000, obtained from Fed-
shuff leboard, basketball and
badminton are kept on hand.
Volunteers from several local
organizations man the Cabana
seven days a week from 11 a. m.
and 28'hosts on three hour shifts till 5:30 p. m. A total of 14,000
under the supervision of Mrs.
Milton Serkin and Mrs. Monte
Selig. Only paid workers were
five kitchen help and a man-
ager. Music, donated by Muzak,
played constantly.
The Snack Bar and the out-
door dance floor adjacent to it
were built at an original cost of
$12,000. Of this, the major
amount was furnished by Fed-
oration.
The project was opened May
2 after four weeks of construe-
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Monday. Nov. 5. 1945:
Miami Beach Jewish Center Sis-
terhood Board Meeting, 1:30 p. m.;
Federation HuiIkci Committee
Meeting, Federation Office, H p. m.;
Miami Service League, Town "Y,"
S:i", p m American Jewish Con-
gress (Women) Board Meeting
Tuesday, Nov. 6. 1945:
National Home for Jewish Children
Meeting, Beach "Y." I :.\<\ p. m.i
Bureau <>t Jewish Education, Fed-
eration (ifflce, x p. in.; Town "Y"
Lecture, B:16 p. in.
Wednesday. Nov. 7, 1945:
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en,, Opening Meeting, Luncheon,
12 10 p. in
Thursday. Nov. 8, 1945:
Miami Beach Jewish Center Bls-
borh.....I Membership Tea, i 10 p
in ; K.uliniah t'lub "t Pioneer
W.....i, Book Review Beth David
Talmud Torah, 8:80 p. in.
Friday. Nov. 9. 1945:
American Jewish Congress (Wom-
en) Book Review.
Saturday. Nov. 10. 1945:
Temple Beth Sholom Dinner. 7
1> m.
Sunday. Nov. 11. 1945:
Lecture and Concert Series. Inter
"V Cultural Committee. Beach,
Bvi mi,v.-
Monday. Nov. 12. 1945:
National Children'* Cardiac Home
Anniversary Dinner Dance; Feder-
ation HihlKet Committee, Federa-
tion Office, 8 |>. in
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G.I. Joes and Janes as well as
their families, have been served
in this short time.
United Nations servicemen
and women from all over the
world have been entertained by
the local Jewish community.
Chinese. Russians. South Ameri-
cans and North Americans were
familiar sights at weekly dances
given by the Miami Service
league at the Town Y. the
Miami Beach Service league
at the Beach Y and the Miami
Beach hostess group at the Cen-
ter. The work done by Mrs.
George Chertkof. Mrs. Miton
Serkin and Mrs. Jay Hirsch,
present leaders of the three
groups, is representative of the
efforts of the women of Greater
Miami. The names of the women
and the menwho gave long
hours of their time to the vari-
ous service projects would make
an unending honor roll.
In addition to its dances, the
MSL devoted much of its time
to frequent holiday parties and
special dances for servicemen's
groups throughout South Flor-
ida. Once a month, the league
and its junior hostesses give a
bingo party for convalescents in
the patio of the Biltmore hos-
pital. The bi monthly Oneg
Shabbats have been popular at
the Boca Raton Army base for
over two years.
Just recently, the Friday night
religious services at the Beach Y
were suspended. With Chaplain
Saul Kraft officiating and the
Beach Service league providing
refreshments, over 300 people
attended the weekly service.
Other agencies of the Army-
Navy committee had a hand in
entertaining servicemen here.
The Freda Markowitz of JWV
has been host to over 1,000 con-
valescents at its bi-monthly mo-
torcade to the Indian Village,
followed by a party at the Town
Y in conjunction with the MSL.
Bagels, lox, cream cheese and
all the trimmings are on the
menu at the B'nai B'rith Sunday
morning breakfasts at the Beach
Y. B'nai B'rith and the National
Council of Jewish Women were
given charge by the JWB of
the raising of $25,000 for the
Heroes' Phone Fund last year
through the night of stars pro-
gram.
Throughout the war home hos-
pitality and religious services
have been provided for service
personnel during holidays
through the Jewish Welfare
board.
In the process of formation is
a veterans' service committee
which will coordinate activities
of the several groups now han-
dling veterans' problems. The
committee will help the veteran
in his economic and social read-
justmentfinding a job. affiliat-
ing with local organizations, etc.
Already the number of veterans
(ration, and S29.000 from the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare board, to
provide adequate social, recre-
ational, cultural and religious
hospitality to military personnel
in this area.
Besides officers already men-
tioned. Mrs. Max Dobrin is sec-
retary and George Bertman,
treasurer. Members at large are
Dave Phillips. Herbert Scher,
Monte Selig and Mrs. Herbert
Wallach.
An affiliate of Federation, the
committee is composed of the
Women's Division of the Amer-
can Jewish Congress, Beth David
Congregation and Sisterhood,
Beth Jacob Congregation and
Sisterhood, B'nai B5rith and
B'nai B'rith Women, Beth Sho-
lom Congregation and Sister-
hood, Dade Chapter National
Children's Cardiac Home.
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, Hadassah. Freda Marko-
witz Post No. 174 of Jewish War ;
Veterans, JWV Ladies' Auxil-
iary Miami Beach Jewish Center I
and Sisterhood, Miami Beach
Service League, Miami Beach
YM&WHA. Miami Orthodox
Congregation and Sisterhood, i
Miami Service League. Miami I
YM&WHA, National Council of
Jewish Women, National Home
for Jewish Children at Denver.
Senior Hostess Group Miami
Beach Jewish Center, Temple
IsraelSisterhood and Men's
Club, Workmen's Circle, Zionist
Organizations of Miami and Mi-
ami Beach. Practically every
Jewish organization is repre-
sented on the committee.
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Palestine Government is pre-
paring a "blacklist" of Jews who
will be deported to Cyrenaica or
Tobruk if disturbances break
out, the secret Jewish transmit-
ter, "Voice of Israel," charged.
The broadcast asserted that no
list of Arabs is being prepared.
It also accused two British
of the Palestine police of circu-
lating among the Arab settle-
ments, warning the villagers to
"take good carethe Jews are
rising to attack you." The Arabs
have, so far, not yielded to this
incitement, the broadcaster said.
I Referring to the expulsion from
i Palestine of Constantine Poulos,
j Overseas News Agency corre-
, spondent. he said that Poulos
was ousted because he wanted to
tell the world the "entire objec-
tive truth."
F o r t v "illegal immigrants"
| among the 1.003 refugees who
arrived here last week aboard
' the Russian steamer Transyl-
vania were transferred to the
I Athlit detention camp after a
1 minor crisis developed on board
the vessel when the passengers
1 refused to disembark unless all
: were released by the authorities.
The disembarkation concluded
; after representatives of the Jew-
ish Agency and the Histadruth
assured the refugees that the
40 who had no certificates would
be allowed to enter the country
: until their status could be de-
termined.
85 TONS OF GARMENTS
ARRIVE IN BAVARIAN
CAMPS
PARIS Eighty-fivx tons of
clothing and textiles shipped
from Switzerland have arrived
in the displaced persons camp
in Bavarian area of Germany, it
was announced by J.D.C.'s chief
European headquarters here.
Thirty-four tons of food des-
tined fdr the same camps will
arrive from Denmark and Swe-
den within the next few days.
An additional 20 tons of food
from Switzerland will arrive in
Munich towards the end of Sep-
tember.
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OBITUARIES
GRAEF
James H. Qraef. president of Trop-
Ical Mquor ami Wine Co., died Mon-
day afternoon of a heart attack in a
downtown doctoi s office.
firaef lived at :'!>. s. w. 2Srd Ter.
in came here seven year* ago from
New Vnik City, where he was gen-
eral manager of Seagram's distil-
leries. 11.- was a Mason.
Surviving air his wife, -Mr." Louise
Uraef: a s..... Mark. Montreal, Can-
ada; a slater, Mrs. Charles Slabot-
sk\. ami a brother, Loula, New fork
City
Services were held Thursday at
Gordon Funeral Chapel, with burial
in .\u. Nebo cemetery.
LANDSBERG
David l-iiiilsli.TB, fin, died Satur-
day at his home, in:i Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach, He came here four
mi is from New York. Surviving are
liis if-, Mrs. Alice Landsberg, and
a daughter, Miss Viola l.andslierjt.
both of Miami lleaeh, and one son,
Eugene Landsberg, in the Navy. Tim
body was sent by Hlverside Memorial
chapel to New York for services and
burial.
HERTZMAN
.lack Hortiman, 46, Miami Beach
hotel manager, died Sunday in his
home. 744 10th St. He came to Mi-
ami 18 vears ago from Cincinnati.
Where he was a member of the Mils-
onlc lodge. In Miami Ileach he was
a member of the Jewish Center. Civic
League, Zionists and B'nai It'rlth.
Survivors Include Ills wife. Mrs. 1,11-
li.m ll.rtzinan, and two daughters,
Miss liuth Hertzman and Mrs. Phyl-
lis Learner, ail <.r Miami Beach. Serv-
ices were held Tuesday In Riverside
chapel with burial In Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery.
KRABITZ
l.onis Krabltc, 15. son of Mr and
Mrs. Mayer Krablts, US West Ave..
Miami Beach, annual winter resi-
dent fi,,m Brooklyn, died Sunday in
a hospital. The body was sent to
Brooklyn by Hlverside chapel.
COHEN "
Mrs Jennie Cohen, 70. of 227
First St., Miami Beach, died last
I hursday In a Miami hospital. She
came to Miami IS years ago from
Brooklyn. N. Y. She leaves her hus-
band, Morris; four daughters. Mrs.
Sarah Kurvasmofskv. Mrs. Fannie
Stone, and Mrs. Mollle Stelnfeld, ail
Of Brooklyn, and Mrs. Yetta Ostrof-
sky of Miami Beach. The body was
sent by Riverside Memorial chapel to
Brooklyn for funeral services and
burial.
HEISTEIN
Kdward A. Helsteln, 54. died Mon-
day night of a heart attack. In his
home. 439 15th St.. Miami Beach.
He came from New York City 10
years ago, and was proprietor of a
?viiv,. hui'"*'- A veteran of
world War I. he was given a mili-
tary funeral at R p. m. Tuesday
night by Miami Beach Jewish War
Veterans Miami Beach Elks lodge
also participated. He Is survived by
mi T"?; *I SOP"'" Helsten. of
Miami Beach The body was sent
to Mew York by Riverside chapel
BETH DAVIDR^
EVENING SERVIC^
this season will St..""f* k
Beth David &JS ft* J
3 ave., tonight at 8 15 i35 "1
will mark the 14th iJt
ducted by Rabbi Ma? g*
The Rabbi's subject will be "TW
Passing of TimeHow Mature
Have We Become?"
Cantor Abraham Friedman
will officate. assisted by a choir
consisting of the Mesdames Gut-
sie Cynanon, Judith Moskowiu,
Estelle Rohan and Esther
Schraeger, sopranos: Elsa Bloch,
Rose Martin and Sophia Pow-
esky. altos; and the Mean
Nathan Friedman and Dan
Lance, bass; David Pavlow and
Louis Porvesky, tenors.



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PAGE FIVE
(Editor's note: This letter
Ji written by Irving Pont.
citrnqn 1-c, on Oct. 12 from
ffiawa, shortly after the
Son to his brother, Leon
a,d Irving, son of Mrs. Sadie
Pont has been in the service
about 15 months and overseas
fQDr six months. Before enter-
ine the Navy, he was on the
irst string football team at
Miami High school.)
I Dear Linky,
I guess everybody at home is
nrettv worried as nobody has
I heard from me in quite awhile.
Linky. what I've lived through
l in the last couple of days since
Oct 9 I can ^t on my knees
and prav to God. We aboard ship
I were never so scared and close
I to death as we were on the day
of Oct. 9 when the worst typhoon
in 20 years hit in this area. K
was a 150-knot wind. We were
Irving Pont
[anchored real good during the
early part of the typhoon. Then
I a 7.200-ton Liberty ship rammed
us and put a big hole in us and
I broke our anchor chain. We
'were then underway and visi-
bility was about 100 feet. All
the seams started splitting aili
wc were swimming in oil. Then
he got shipwrecked on reefs. We
are still here waiting for help.
We have about 200 gallons of
water aboard.
I haven't washed or changed
clothes. The ones I got on are
still soaked in oil. You can just
scrape oil and dirt off my body.
Linkv, it's too much to write
about in a letter. I'll tell you
all about when I get home or
when I have lots of time. All I
can sav is thank God I'm alive
and everybody aboard ship is
line.
You'll probably hear about the
typhoon on the radio.
I have to sign off now as there
is lots of work to be done if we
ever plan to get off of these
reefs.
Don't worry.
Your brother.
Irv.
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SERVICE i 111 PARADE!
Borkin Finds Religion
In Cargo Hold Services
Master Sergeant Burnett Roth
was discharged from the Army
Saturday after three years' serv-
ice at Fort McClelland and Camp
Bland ing. Mr. Roth was presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith Sholem
lodge in 1942.
Pfc. Paul Katx. whose mother,
Mrs. Celia T. Katz, lives on
Washington ave., will return
with the 31st division, now in
the Pacific, sometime in Decem-
ber. In his 36 months as an in-
fantryman. Katz has participat-
ed in three major Pacific cam-
paigns. He holds the Asiatic-
pacific and Philippines libera-
tion ribbons, two battle stars, the
Bronze invasion arrowhead and
ine combat infantryman badge.
Second Lt. Milton R. Singer,
' Washington ave., has been
Placed on inactive service. Sec-
ond Lt. Joseph Hirsch. 1009 Mer-
idian ave., was released by the
AAF after three and a half
.vears service. Also discharged
>s Cap!. Alvin G. Lipsich. 1027
gelid ave. Staff Sgt. Roberl
oiumberg. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Blumberg, 730 Pennsyl-
vania ave.. is being processed at
22S?bop N- C.. after six
months as AAF tail gunner in
hit p?ciflc- Sgi. WUliam F. Ro-
afV25Ber student at the IT.
w Florida, has been discharged
atter serving as a member of a
bomb,nR squadron. Hts parents.
at iJS,dMr8- L- B Rohan, live
at 1432 S.W. 11 ter.
Somewhere in the Pacific
aboard the USS Chilton, the
Congregation Beth El Chilton
was formed last February. In a
letter to the San Francisco Jew-
ish Welfare board, Ensign Albert
Borkin describes the services
held on the ship. A copy of the
letter was snt to Mrs. Rose Bor-
kin of Hialeah. Portions of it
follow:
... Our first service was beau-
tiful and the spirit which pre-
vailed was so sincere and real
that it is next to impossible to
describe it. We Jewish boys
have derived a great benefit from
our services and it is our desire
to impart, in what small way we
can, these benefits to those of
you at home, and to our fellow
servicemen, many of whom do
not have the opportunity to at-
tend Hebrew services regularly.
Twenty-two men were present
at our first service, amongst
whom was the ship's Chaplain
and an Italian soldier who was
an inseparable buddy of a Jew-
ish boy and they both went to
each others' church services.
Our congregation was composed
of 16 ship's company officers
and men, and four Jewish pas-
sengers.
We were extremely fortunate
in having Daniel Goldstein,
F 1-c, from Revere. Mass.. with
us, as he sang in a choir during
the High Holidays before his en-
listment, and he became our
"chazin" by popular acclaim.
The Chaplain delivered the ser-
mon and I was the Reader,
whose job it is to read the Eng-
lish text of the sermon.
Skepticism at First
At first there was a feeling of
skepticism with regard to our
success with the first service.
Only a few of the men could
read Hebrew, but after singing
a few lines of "Sholem Alechem"
all doubt disappeared and there
prevailed a feeling of comfort
and solidarity brought about by
everyone eventually joining in
the singing.
Most of us were in the cate-
gory of "Holiday Jews" and did
not attend the synagogue regu-
larly, and when the occasion
arose for us to go to "Schule"
on a holiday, it sometime ap-
peared meaningless. We could
dress up and go to Schule for a
few hours, most of which time
is usually spent "chewing the
fat." We finally found an an-
swer to the meaningless services
which we attende in civilian life.
Aboard ship, we had to im-
provise everything. The services
are held in a cargo hold, which-
ever one is empty at the time
services are to be held. Our
first service was held in a hold
half full of cargo loading nets.
We used two large spools upon
which wire cable is rolled for an
altar. The spools were covered
with a flag, and the Chaplain
let us use a Navy chaplains kit
which he had. However, it was
not equipped with a "Moken
David" so Ben Druckman,
division
almost
curred while the 77th
was aboard, which was
too amazing to be considered
coincidental. We participated in
the invasion of Okinawa and
surrounding islands, remaining
in the battle area for 36 days.
Services were held every Friday
evening with the exception of
one. when we were at our battlle
stations until early morning. It
was not unusual for us to remain
at our battle stations all night
long, but it was very unusual
Maj. Edmund Friedman, Dade
county engineer for ten years
prior to his enlistment in th*
Army corps of engineers in 1942,
is in Miami on terminal leave.
As Coral Gables city manager
in 1931 Maj. Friedman solved
a severe flood situation in that
city. Previously, he was Coral
Gables city engineer from 1925
to 1929. He became county engi-
neer in 1932.
Maj. Friedman was attached
to the U. S. district engineer's
office in Jacksonville for two
years after entering the service.
Before being sent to Ft. Belvoir,
Va., after he served for about
Stanley Warren Plaikin. ARM
3 c, is spending a 30-day leave
from Tinian with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Plat-
kin, 1612 Meridian ave. He has
been awarded the air medal for
"a series of meritorious acts
while participating in 18 anti-
submarine patrols and recon-
naissance flights to Truk in ob-
taining valuable information and
exposing himself to enemy fire."
After his discharge from the
service, Stanley expects to re-
turn to the University of Florida.
when, on four Friday "nights'we ; ,wo m}hs |s engineer at the
received the all clear signal Boca Raton Army a,rport
gnal
shortly before time for services
and the General Alarm sounded
soon after the conclusion. We
had never had a service inter-
rupted by an enemy attack.
Passover was spent at sea,
while we were cruising around
in an attempt to evade Jap sui-
cide planes. Circumstances did
not permit us to have a complete
Seder, but we had one which
was very symbolic. We obtained
some Matzos from an Army
chaplain at Dulag which is on
Leyte. Grapefruit juice was used
in place of wine, and an onion
and hard boiled egg completed
our Seder table, which was a
sea chest covered with a table-
cloth. It was a Seder that 45
soldiers and sailors will never
forget as long as they live.
Without Fear of Persecution
Unfortunately, some of them
did not live long after, as they
died in battle on the islands of
ie Shima and Okinawa. "Kad-
dish" is said for these men at
every service, and we shall never
forget them. The sacrifice of
those men who now lie under the
Star of David and the White
Crosses made it possible for a
few Jewish boys to congregate
in a cargo hold and pray as they
desired, without the fear of be-
ing persecuted for their actions.
On the evening of April 2. ex-
actly four months after starting
our services, we were not very
succesful in evading Jap attacks.
Eight planes spotted us and five
made suicide dives on the con-
voy. Four of the five planes
hit shiDS, with a loss of more
than 300 men. The other plane,
which was being pursued by a
friendly fighter, dropped two
bombs on us, which missed, and
then made an unsuccessful sui-
cide dive on this ship. The wing
of this Jap plane hit the ship
about 15 feet from where Cpl.
Halperin was standing, shouting
aloud praises to God, with more
earnestness than I have ever
seen displayed before or since.
Yes, some of us believe that pos-
sibly an angel was watching over
the Congregation Beth El Chil-
ton.
It is imposible for me to ade-
quately express our appreciation
for the help and services the
Jewish Welfare Board has so
graciously rendered to us. All
our prayer books, information
leaflets concerning holidays,
Talisim, and New Years cards
were given to us by the JWB.
Our most recent gifts are serv-
More recently, Maj. Friedman
was with the headquarters of
Army service forces at the Pen-
tagon building. Washington
where he reviewed construction,
requests for post camps and sta-
Sgi. Leonard J. Fireman. 312
Ocean dr., was one of the first
Yanks to set foot on Japanese
soil. Chief clerk in the FEAF
Air Communications section,
Sgt. Fireman is in Tokyo with
advance headquarters of Gen.
George C. Kenney's Far East
Air Forces. His mother, Mrs.
Pauline Fireman, lives at the
Miami Beach address. A native
of New York city, he has been
overseas 23 months and partic-
ipated in the New Guinea, Bis-
marck Archipelago, Leyte and
Luzon campaigns.
After 28 months in the Aleu-
tians, Pvt. Israel E. Weisman,
450 S.W. 18 St.. has been dis-
charged from the Army at the
separation base, Miami Beach.
On duty on the Alaskan chain
of tundra-covered islands, Weis-
man was responsible for setting
up a bakery on Unmak where
tions of the service force per- the local post exchanBe installed
taining to storage.
Maj. Friedman is a veteran of
World War I. He is stopping at
the Commodore hotel, Miami
Beach, and expects to reside per-
manently in Dade county fol-
lowing his discharge.
A first-hand picture of life in
Palestine has been brought back
by Dr. William H. Bernstein,
who lived with chalutzim on a
communal farm at Nahalal near
Haifa for a few days while he
was stationed in the Holy Land.
There he met his wife's cousin
! who had been shot in the arm
j by an Arab while guarding one
of the new farm settlements.
Dr. Bernstein was a captain
i and commanding officer of a
! hospital ship platoon before his
; discharge from the service in
August after three and one half
years' duty. In his 20 months
overseas he served in India,
Egypt, North Africa, France and
Italy as well as Palestjne.
Newly elected vice president
of the Miami Beach Zionist dis-
trict, Dr. Bernstein lives with
his wife and three daughters at
4565 N. Bay rd. He is a mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Civic
league. A 1933 graduate of Tufts'
college in Boston, he has re-
opened his office at 420 Lincoln
rd.
him as photographer taking por-
traits and activity pictures of
the men to be sent to the folks
at home.
Just before his discharge, he
was at the AAF Regional and
Convalescent hospital in Corat
Gables for a physical discharge.
There he continued his photog-
raphy at the convalescent serv-
ice hobby photo lab.
Weisman plans to return to
the Bake-Rite Bakeries in Mi-
ami now operated by his father,
and of which he is the owner.
HOLLYWOOD DERBY
SET FOR NOV. 14
MMlc, of New York City, went; m as CXCellent morale builders
to work in the machine shop and ; d is our only sample of Jewisn
turned out a beautiful star home hfc out here When in San
which is about 10 inches square Francisco, the JWB Provided us
and is made of solid brass. ith cases 0f gefilte fish kosher
However, we did not improvise j ^ beef, and wine, the latter
the genuine enthusiasm and the | ki it possible for us to say
sincere spirit which was felt Kiddush on Friday nights in the
Capt. Edward Scheaffer, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Scheaffer.
7626 Byron ave., Miami Beach,
is spending an 18-day leave here
from San Antonio, Tex., where
he is mess officer in charge of
feeding enlisted returnees. His
wife, Lorraine, and son, Steven
Yale, accompanied him. Capt.
Scheaffer has served as food
service officer in the AAF Per-
sonnel Redistribution command
hospital at the Texas base. He
enlisted in the air corps almost
four years ago as a private and
attended officer's candidate
school at Miami Beach. His
cousin, Lt. Bernard Mallard, was
recently discharged from the
Army after serving as a pilot
in the Aleutians. Lt. Mallard at-
tended the University of Miami.
The Hollywood derby will be
decided Nov. 14 with the 10th
running of the Broward county
greyhound classic, it was an-
nounced yesterday by William J.
Syms, general manager of the
Hollywood Kennel Club. Post
time for the first race will be
7:30 p.m., instead of the usual
8 p. m. starting. The distance will
be the usual 3-8th of a mile.
The field for the derby will be
selected from two elimination
events to be run on Nov. 12.
The first two dogs in these races
will form the derby field and
the last four dogs in the derby-
trials will make up the field for
the derby consolation, which
will be run on the closing night
of the track.
70
TONS OF SUPPLIES SENT
BY J.D.C. TO MUNICH
MUNICH A shipment of
J.D.C. relief supplies has ar-
rived here containing some 70
tons of essential foodstuffs,
clothing and other supplies.
Transported by 14 trucks under
the directions of J.D.C. repre-
sentative Eli Rock, the convoy
included food parcels, condensed
milk, sugar, cheese and ovomal-
tine. In addition, 1,500 prayer
books were brought in. The
shipment is valued at $100,000.
United States War Bonds
still the best investment.
are
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
and displayed. We all knew
that there was present a real re-
ligious atmosphere.
Religion in Cargo Hold
. At the conclusion of our
first service we all realized that
we had truly experienced a pro-
found religious feeling and had ncnwK
found something that became a
permanent part of our lives.
Other than "Good Shabbus
little was said, as it was
I was per-
traditional manner
Now that peace has been
declared, we realize more than
ever that the war was not futile,
as we have succeeded in protcct-
fng the people we love and the
hich we cherish.
very
not necessary.
sonally amazed, because in 45
minutes in a cargo "old, I had
found that which I hoped to find
in the synagogue. I do not wish
to imply that all religious serv-
ices should be held m cargo
holds. That would be foolish.
However, if more people at home
could grasp the spirit am try-
ing to portray, I know that their
presence in the synagogue would
assume more significance^
... A number of incidents oc-
Caot Robert L. Rosen, whose
nirents Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosen,
paiems. ... live on Miami
leach' U SnvSil ftancv
Pvt Sol Mailer has returned
ing a 15/aVpnst Ave., Miami
S atpv4t52MaPl?er has been in
ihP Armv for five months. He is
taking course in meteorology.
This picture, just released by the JWB, depicts the Rosh
Hashonah services held under the dome of a B-29 hangar on Guam
where 1500 soldiers of the Twentieth Air Force worshipped.
An engineer officer, not of the Jewish faith, directed the job
of converting the hangarbuilding seats, a pulpit, the Holy Ark
for the Scrolls and installing special lighting and public address
systems.
Printing presses which formerly turned out maps and charts
for B-20 missions, printed a souvenir prayer book, a supplment to
the Jewish Welfare board machzor.
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FRIDAY, November
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Published Every Friday Since 1927
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Miami 18, Florida, Friday, November 2, 1945
VOLUME 18
NUMBER 44
HESHVAN 26, 5706
MORE PALESTINE RUMORS
Every day brings its sheaf of new rumors with regard to
Palestine. The latest is that Prime Minister Attlee and President
Truman have agreed on a joint policy. By this, it is explained,
it is not meant to imply that details of any specific program
have been formulated, but rather the two nations will seek a
solution which "must fit into the wider pattern of a settlement
of the Jewish problem the world over." The first step, it is
indjpated, will be the designation of a commission to ascertain
how many refugees desire to go to Palestine and what are the
prospects of their settlement in other parts of the world.
In a sense, this is a Jewish gain in that Prime Minister
Attlee has, at least, not announced that the White Paper will be
sustained. But, in the larger sense, it does not seem to be any
gain, but rather a move intended to bring about more delay.
When tens of thousands of Jews are languishing in concentra-
tion camps, it seems scarcely the time to investigate how many
want to come to Palestine. It has been indicated by any num-
ber of polls that almost all of them hope to go to Palestine
those who have any hope at all.
The idea of exploring other possibilities for Jewish settle-
mentsuch as Algeria, can be regarded only as a base be-
trayal of the Jews. We know that these Jews are not welcomed
in any other countries. Our own country will not take them.
How can it ask other countries to admit them.
The Reynolds News of London says very frankly that the
governments are very anxious not to irritate the Arabs because
of their oil interests in Saudi-Arabia.
Apparently we have not learned much since the beginning
of the atomic age. Oil and not humanity rules the world.
We must leave no stone unturned and exert every effort to
see that our government takes a definite affirmative stand on
the Palestine white paper and the establishment of a Jewish
Commonwealth. We ask our readers to write immediately to
our Congressmen in Washington to support the new resolution
in behalf of the Zionist objectives.
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Miami 18
DlKeet of the mall received at Jewish
Florldlan poet office box.
UNWISE LEGISLATION
In little more than a month, bars and beer, wine and pack-
age stores may be forced to close on Sundays if the Sunday
shutdown ordinance receives a majority approval in its second
reading at the city commission meeting Wednesday. The
ordinance, which permits night clubs to sell alcoholic bev-
erages between 5 p. m. Sunday and 2 a. m. Monday, was
passed by a 3-2 vote in its first reading Oct. 18. Hotels with
50 or more rooms and restaurants with 4,000 square feet of
space and seats for 200 persons are exempt from the regulation.
The conseguences of this blue law are manifold and dan-
gerous. Barring liguor sales in Miami certainly won't lead to
abstinence if stores outside the city remain open. It will be
nothing at all to hop in a car and get a drink across the cause-
way or "up the road a piece."
But even if municipalities throughout the countryor
throughout the state for that matteradopt similar legislation,
it is doubtful whether Sunday drinking would be curbed. On
the contrary, the logical consequence would be an increase in
the incidence of drinking No better historical parallel could
be drawn than the outcome of post World War I prohibition.
As in the twenties, open violation of the law would be rampant.
It is popular psychology that we dote on doing exactly what
we are told me may not do when it comes to the amenities
of life.
Furthermore, while the stores will be forced to close, bars
in night clubs, hotels and restaurants will be permitted to open
on Sunday afternoons and evenings. Do the city commission-
ers believe that Mimians will get less inebriated in night clubs j
or hotels or restaurants than they would in bars? Liquor is
just as potent no matter where served.
A major fault with the ordinance lies in its latent threat to
the Jewish community. Assuming that there will be violations
of the ordinance, it is not too far-fetched to further assume that
many cranks and supporters of the measure will single out the
Jewish bar owner as the lawbreaker. A play on the old statis-
tical game: Jewish people seem to own most of the barsbar
owners violate city ordinanceergo, Jewish people are the
major offenders. The syllogism sounds ridiculous, but it's just
the sort of reasoning that results from hasty thinking or malicious
intent.
There are some who will laugh the threat off as a mere fan-
tasy. But the more realistic will recognize the pernicious aspect
of the ordinance and speak their voice to block its passage
before the damage is done.
1 y |M Jewish Palestine built 48 new
colonies during the war Back
from six weeks' tour of Pales-
tine, Judge Bernard A. Rosen-
blatt, president, Keren Hayesod,
says Arabs and Jews can live
together peacefully if Britain
lives up to terms of Palestine
mandate 250,000 New York-
ers pledged solidarity with Jew-
ish Palestine at mass meeting
last week Zionist Emergency
council demands immediate clar-
ification of announced American
policy to consult Arab states be-
fore final decision on Palestine
. 10,000 more British troops
expected in Haifa Mrs. Alice
Goldmark Brandeis, widow of
the late justice, willed $90,000 to
Hadassah .
New York longshoremen set
aside strike temporarily to load
70,000 pounds of clothing sent to
Europe by the Vaad Hatsala-Re-
habilitation WB. with re-
ligious and hospitality centers in
Paris. Rheims-Rouen, LeHavre,
Frankfurt and Heidelburg, plans
additional facilities in Bremen,
Munich and Berlin Plight of
15.000 Jewish refugees in Italy
is worse than that of displaced
persons in Germany and Austria,
says Chaplain Aaaron Paperman,
just returned after two years'
service there Former Hitler
prison at Landsberg converted
into first slaughterhouse for
kosher beef in Germany .
Bodies of 512 victims of Nazis,
mostly Hungarian Jews, un-
earthed in Czechoslovakia .
Repatriation of 150.000 Polish
Jews from USSR now going on.
Aaron W. Davis, president of
New Rochelle's Temple Israel,
is first individual to create
foundation to pay premium on
rabbis' pension policy Los
Angeles Sanitorium plans $2,-
100,000 building Saadie Gclb,
delegate to World Youth con-
ference now being held in Lon-
don, is now secretary of recent-
ly-established English-speaking
section of Paole Zion, Jewish
labor group Eternal Light
will dramatize life of Lillian
Wald, founder of Henry street
settlement, Sunday, 11 a. m.
over WIOD Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
funds to vote on national ad-
visory budgeting at 1946 con-
vention Yeshiva college re-
ports new course in audio-visual
education in teachers' institute
. Dr. Ernst Boris Chain. Jew-
ish refugee biologist, named co-
winner of 1945 Nobel prize for
physiology and medicine for
work in developing penicillin .
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER
Mdctfy Confidential
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
meeting of the Miami Beach
Temple No. 43, 8. p. m. Tuesday.
Nov. 13, at 617 Collins ave. .
The Miami Service League will
make its monthly trip to the
Biltmore hospital Wednesday
evening with bingo games, re-
freshments and prizes for the
convalescent soldiers Tri
Beta's Sadie Hawkins' Day dance
will bring the Lil Abner comic
strip to life tomorrow night at
the Miami Y Twenty-five
cents is the admission to a bingo
game that will be given by the
Loyalty club, Emunah chapter,
OES. Wednesday evening at N.
W. 11th ave. and 63rd st. .
The Emanon club is planning a
dance at the Police Benevolent
association hall for Nov. 18.
Dave Tyler and his orchestra
will supply the music Mrs.
Isidor Cohen, representing Jew-
ish charities, and Mrs. Nat L.
Williams. National Council of
Jewish Women, are among the
directors of the Miami branch of
Needlework Guild of America ...
THE BABY PARADE
Mrs. Joseph F. Rose gave
birth to a son Monday in Jack-
son Memorial hospital. Proud
pappa, of course, is the Beach
Center's campaign director .
Jerome Bauer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sydney S. Bergson, 126 N.
E. Third ave., was born Oct. 12
. Dennis Neal, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Kronenfeld, 2441 Tig-
ertail rd., Oct. 11 ... Iris Ir-
winna, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Herbert Allen Rothstein. 1438
Alton rd.. Oct. 8 .
Play Safe! Be Patriotic! Be
American! Subscribe to the
Great Victory Loan Drive now
m progress.
HAPPY ENDING ....
A couple of columns ago we
told you about Lt. Isadore Oslick
of Philadelphia, who had been
unjustly convicted of murder in
Bavaria. Oslick, you remem-
ber, was sentenced to 30 years'
imprisonment. ... In a letter to
Joe Brainin, Mrs. Oslick now
writes: "I know that you would
be glad to share in the good
news and would join us in our
happiness as you did in our anx-
iety. ... I want you to know the
contents of a cablegram just re-
ceived from my husband. Lt.
Isadore Oslick. ... It reads: 'I
have been cleared. ... Am await-
ing reassignment. Please stop
investigation at home'." Con-
gratulations to Secretary Patter-
son for his quick action. .
WAR RECORD ....
The photographic exhibit
sponsored by the Council
Against Intolerance in America
is a swell job. ... One of the
featured personalities in the sec-
tion "Jews in World War II" is
Sgt. Irving Strobing, who tapped
out the last message sent from
Corregidor before that fortress
fell. Dr. Daniel Poling re-
veals that out of a total of 860,-
000 New Yorkers inducted into
the armed forces during the war
250,000 were Jews. This means
approximately 30 per cent. .
Quite a record. .
REPORT ....
Ex-Senator Reynolds' "Na-
tionalist Party" is encountering
stormy weather You are
most probably aware that one of
Reynolds' chief fund solicitors
for his party is none other than
Joe McWilliams, the notorious
pro-Nazi We're told that a
number of Chambers of Com-
merce in key cities throughout
America have issued warnings
against Reynolds' fundraising
activities. .
Walter Winchell has accepted
columnist John O'Donnell's
"apology' and called it a com-
plete retraction However,
O'Donnell did not in any way
apologize for his nasty, anti-
Semitic implications against
Justice Frankfurter,, David
Niles and Sidney Hillman .
O'Donnell merely admitted that
his facts were wrong He
showed no repentance for hav-
ing labeled these Jewish leaders
"foreign-born leaders" and a
Latvian ex-rabbinical student
. How could you, Walter? .
The Devin-Adair Company an-
nounces a book by Elmer Ber-
ger, executive director of the
American Council for Judaism.
Inc. Rabbi Berger's book is
called "The Jewish" Dilemma"
and dealsof coursewith "the
errors of Zionism" Inciden-
tally, the Council"s Information
Bulletin states that 750,000
Jewish refugees have found
"new homes, temporary or
permanent," in countries outside
of Palestine ... We wonder
which countries these ar
Very little publicity 5 L;
given to the interesting tL^
a special Hebrew deomJ?*
has been set up in the it J^'
for. the Study of Orienta "2**
scripts at Tashkent. Sovefr
sia ... Isn't it strange hat
Hebraists, who comnbi* } *
bitterly about the 7&a
Hebrew in the Soviet?"0'
have made so little of th&S1
I nificant event?? SP-
READER'S GUIDE
It is not true that'Preside
Truman refused to clear hI8"
Morgenthau's book ''&2?7
Our Problem." as rcowW
Drew Pearson No Pri>
of the United States coSg0
his function to censor book m?
less they use state documet
without permission B?
ever some of the widely m
cated columnists are short*
material they think up a star,
about Maxim Litvmov r2
latest canard is by ham*
Walker, who "predicts' that L?
ymov is expected to take ami
the diplomatic spotlight fraj
Molotov There's nothing tj
this, of course Maxim Lit
vinov unfortunately is a sick
man who by his own choice pre.
fers to stay m the background
. The first issue of The Coir.
mentary, published by the
American Jewish Committee
under the editorship of Eliot 1
Cohen, is impressive, and a defi-
nite improvement over the Con-
temporary Jewish Record
HOW ABOUT IT, MR. FORD?.,
Henry Ford will not answer
the demand of the Friends i
Democracy that he dissociate
himself from the use South
American anti-Semites make of
his name But the fact never-
theless is true that Ford by his
silence strengthens the anti-
Semitic Fascists in Latin Amer-
ica .. And, incidentally, if you
want the low-down on John
Bugas, who has replaced Harrv
Bennett as the chief of the Ford
personnel department, read Al-
bert E. Kahn's revelation on
that gentleman, published over
a year ago. .
ABOUT PEOPLE ____
Orchids to Mrs. Bert Goldstein
of the Jewish Pioneer Women's
Organization She is the mov-
ing spirit in the project to erect
a memorial to A. H. Friedland,
the late Hebrew educator of
Cleveland, in one of the new
colonies in the Negev, in Pales-
tine A. H. Friedland was one
of the rare selflessand there-
fore relatively knownbuilders
of Hebrew culture in America
. Congratulations to Isaac Car-
mel, modest but effective Zion-
ist worker, on his sixtieth birth-
day Jack Levine and Charles
Keegan, who are opposing can-
didates for the New York City
Council, are close friends who
fought side by side in Belgium
during the Battle of the Bulge...
Congress Women Pledge
Million Dollar Bond Goal
A one million dollar quota in
the Victory bond was pledged
by the women's division, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, at a meet-
ing Monday. Mrs. Rose Weiss is
Mrs. Louis Gluur
chairman of the drive for th
group which sold SI. 128,000 in
the previous campaign.
"We prayed for peace, now we
must pay for it." was the state-
ment of Maj. Bert Bank, sur-
vivor of the infamous Bataan
march of death, in his speech to
the women.
Maj. Bank, who is recovering
part of his sight lost in J
prison camps, stressed that vic-
tory loan funds will be usedIW
rehabilitation and h3Plta"f'
tion of servicemen and women.
Pledges for one thousand dol-
lar bond purchases were rnaae
by Dr. and Mrs. Charles; I. Hjw
and the Mesdames Michael k
nold. Maxim Hershcy. Sol Lesi
and Louis Glasser. ,.
Mrs. Glasser, chairman i
Miami Beach Women s organ
zations during the Victory ^
was introduced at the meet
by Mrs. Sol H. Leslie, preside"
of the AJC women.
Mrs. Glasser was hostess a
tea to over 70 president*
bond chairmen of wornen^^
ganizations Friday. m. ^t
gathering, she announcea
she would follow the jjfl
ranks" which .women*" s.
ers may earn in the.Vic oo tf
mada. These range frw
bonds for the rank of ^ *
200 for the rarikofjdmira1-
Silence assure victory!
Talk can defeat
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raPJONOVEMBEB 2, 1945
iirriNKLES TO OBSERVE
^ANNIVERSARY
civfipth wedding anniversary
/M and Mrs. Louis Weinkle
will bi* marked by a family re-
n \t the home of their son
"nddtushter-in-law, Mr. and
Sl. Carl Weinkle. Sunday.
Mr. Louis Weinkle
Active in communal life since
their arrival here in 1924, th
senior Weinkles have eight sons,
one daughter, 12 grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.
Members of the family who
are coming from out-of-town for
*Jewistjfk>ridiar
PAGE SEVEN
Mrs. Louis Weinkle
the occasion are Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Weinkle. Asheville, N. C;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinkle. At-
lanta: and Dr. Isaac Weinkle,
New York city.
Their other children, all resi-
dents of Miami and Miami
Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Weinkle, Dr. and Mrs. Barney
Weinkle. Mose Weinkle, Aaron
Weinkle and Mrs. Leo Chaikin.
. Make yourself happy by know-
ing you are continuing to help,
buy buying Eighth War Bands.
CHILDREN'S HOME
TO MEET MONDAY
Mrs. Benjamin Hirsch. only
woman trustee of the National
Home for Jewish Children, will
speak on "Know the Home" at
a regular meeting of the Miami
chapter, 1:30 p. m. Monday at
the Beach "Y." This is one of
a series of talks which Mrs.
Hirsch is scheduled to make.
Plans for a card party to be
held at the Victor hotel Nov
20 will be made. Mrs. A. Pol-
lack is chairman of the affair
Participating in the bond drive,
the group has named Mrs. I.
Vogel and Mrs. G. Burns co-
chairmen of the Miami division
and Mrs. Harry Kaufman chair-
man of the Beach division.
HEAD B'NAI B'RITH BOND DRIVE
Des Moines (JTA)Legislation
which would bar all immigra-
tion to this country for at least
five years was demanded here
by Mrs. Julius Y. Talmadke,
president-general of the Daugh-
ters of the American Revolu-
tion, addressing an Iowa con-
ference of the D. A. R. She al-
leged that there were 3,500.000
refugees in the United States at
the preesnt time.
Bond drive leaders of B'nai B'rith met recently to set plans for the theater and cabana parties
that will be held shortly. In the foreground are Alex S. Cohen, Mrs. Clara Landau, George J. Talia-
noff, Milton A. Friedman, Burnett Roth, Sam W. Shapiro (chairman of the Beach lodge's drive),
Sam Silver. In the back are S. B. Miller, Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal, Mrs. Dena Goldman, Joe M. Lipton,
E Albert Pallot (chairman of Sholem lodge's drive), Fred K. Shochet, Max R. Silver and Marx
Feinberg.
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Confidential Investigations
We are prepared to make all types of Criminal and civil
investigations, 24 hours a day. Specializing in LIE-DETECTOR
and surveillances. Private party guard for any occasion fur-
nished day or week without delay. All investigators are ex-
Army intelligence men. No case too small or too large.
FLORIDA DETECTIVE BUREAU
DAVID P. FOLDS, Detective Chief
Phone 48-3880P. O. Box 1978Miami 11, Fla.
To administer the greatly expanding relief and rehabilitation pro-
gram being carried on in Europe by the Joint Distribution Committee,
these six social welfare experts will soon join more than fifty J.D.C.
representatives now working on the continent. Saying goodbye to
Dr. Joseph C Hyman, Executive Vice-Chairman of the J.D.C, (third
from right) are M. Jacob Joslow, Springfield, Mass.; Selma Ben-
dremer and Rebecca Kopelsohn, both of New York; Mildred Kronick
of Canada; Dr. Hyman; Frederick C. White of Los Angeles, and
Flora Levine, also of New York.__________________________
Washington (JTA)The abro-
gation of all Nazi measures es-
tablishing "discrimination on the
grounds of race, nationality
creed or opinion is ordered by the
State Department directive to
General Eisenhower.
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pJenlsl) fh>ridian
EMMY, NOVEMBER
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach: Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi, Or-
thodox Services Friday evening
service, 5:13 p. m. Adult Saturday
morning sen Ice, 8 JO m. Rabbi
Mescheloff will preach on "A Wom-
an's Tears." Cantor Louis D. Feder
will chant the service. Junior con-
gregation services. f.'t* boyi and girls
,,f elementary' school age, 10 a. m.
Intermediate services f"i adolescent*
in ,,. in. Members of the board "f
education will be guests. The Bible
Bi |) group IM meet with s. j,
Freedman ;ii 4 p. m. Bhaloa smlus.
B:1B p. m. Th.- rabbi will peak on
Hi,- Portion <>f the Week. Sunday
morning junior classes. in a. m. to
noon Dally Talmud Torah classes
4 :,. 7 p, in. and Sundays. : a. "i. to
noon. Bai Mltsvn study ,-lass Tius-
day and Thursday, P. M,
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
Avenue Friday evening services, 5:46
l>. m. Saturday morning services, 9
., i>a||j s. i \ ices at 8 a m. and
5:80 p. ni. Junior congregation serv-
ices, Saturday! 9 a. in. at Schaarei
Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W.
Third Street.
SM3I 3IIANI S3!Od KADIMAH TO HOLD
TO SETTLE IN SILESIA OPEN HOUSE
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
135 N. W. Third Avenue; Max Sha-
piro. Rabbi: Conservative l.at. Fri-
day evening services will be re-
sumed fi'i- tin- I nil year tonight
.,, g:is p. ,. Rabbi Shapiro will
speak "ii "The Passing of Time-
How Mature Have We Become.
Cantor Abraham Friedman will be
assisted by the choir In the musical
selections. Saturda> morning i-
|, .. 9 a in. Mark, son "f Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Rubin, will i......me Bai
Mitiva, Student services ai 10:80
a. m. conducted bj Bldne) IMckson,
Frank tlreenberg and Charles Rosen-
Mitt. Sund 10 a in He-
brew school dally, Mondaj through
Friday. The Bar Miuva study group
meets Moi daj through Thursday
from 7-8 p. in-
WARSAW (JTA) The first
conference of Jewish farmers
who have settled recently in the
part of Silesia acquired by Po-
land from Germany has con-
cluded in Rychbach after adopt-
ing resolutions appealing to Jews
to settle in Silesia.
It was reported at the confer-
ence that there are 34 Jewish
agricultural settlements in Si-
lesia, occupying about 2,250
acres and possessing 300 heads
of cattle, in addition to horses,
pigs and poultry. They had a
fairly good crop this season,
which is the first since they set-
tled there. Their yearly pro-
duction of milk will amount to
70,000 quarts.
The production of the Jewish
farms in Silesia provides about
thirty percent of the require-
ments of the Jewish population
in the entire province, it was re-
ported at the conference. The
Polish Government, it was an-
nounced, is ready to give the
Jews another 100 estates for set-
tlement, and will clear them of
Germans. The conference ie?t
greetings to the Jewish colonists
in Palestine and addressed an
appeal to the Polish Government
to continue Its fight against the
anti-Jewish activities of reaction-
ary elements "who are hindering
Jews in organizing their life on
a sound basis."
ISEN JOINS BERTMAN
IN REAL ESTATE FIRM
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase
Avenue at 41st Street. Miami Beach:
Leon Kromsh. Rabbi; Samuel Kele-
mer. Cantor; LiberalFriday evening
., \ ice, i i p. ni. Rabbi Kr.....>h
wll Isp-.ik on "Wo Have .last Begun
to Fight." Mrs Abraham U.....Iman,
president of Miami rladassah, will
deliver etli ga from the Z.....lal
movement. Cantor Keiemer will 1.11-
,i,.i i lions at the sei \ -
Pi evening and Batui i i
morning. 10:45 a. m A
..i, precedes each .- > Ice
Religious si html, Sundaj mo
i m. Hebri w i lasi. week
aften..... -. 3 15 p. in for children
betwi en the and it.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMU-
NITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Avenue.
Miami Beach: Irving Lehrman. Rab- ;
bi; Conservative Friday evening
.-!ii \i,.-. ".. 15 p. m, Ipenlng of '
late Pi-ida\ evening services for i
K .. gson, :-' p. ni Rabbi i
Lehrman'? topic will !> "We Snail
N".,t Forget Thee, Oh Jerusalem."
Cantor Emanuel Bsrlcan will chant
th<- services nsslsted !> the renter
i bolr. Saturda) moi ulng sei
a. m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach
on th.- Portion of "h.- Week. Junior
vices, l" a. m. Shi -
evening, Mliu-ha at 5;15 p m.
iwed b> Bnalos Budos and Mnartv.
AZA-BBO Sunday morn-
ing ai '.' r in II. 1,1 eW si hool and
Sunday school now in sessloi fouth
activities everj Monday, Thursday
and .- evenings,
19th
Re-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E.
Street; Saul Appelbaum, Rabbi:
formFriday evening service, v 15
p. m. Rabbi Appelbaum will speak
on "Judaism and Americanism." A
reception In Kaplan hall will follow
the service. Saturday morning serv-
ices will be resumed at a date to be
announced.
MJGL'ST BROS Ry,
' li th MEAT'
I ----------------
David R. Isen. formerly asso-
j ciated with Benjamin E. Bron-
, ston, has entered into partner-
| ship with George J. Bertman.
\ Lincoln road realtor. The firm
, is to be known as Bertman &
Isen. with offices in the Mer-
cantile Bank building, 420 Lin-
coln id.
Isen has had extensive deal-
ings in Beach real estate in re-
cent years and previously was a
builder and real estate broker in
Washington, D. C., where he
specialized in the construction
and development of private
dwellings and small apartment
building projects. He resides
with his wife and two children
at 5120 Cherokee ave. Active in
B"nai B'rith, he writes the
lodge's column for the Floridian.
Bertman is widely known for
his civic interests as well as his
activity in Miami Beach real
estate development. Chairman
of the real estate committee of
the Beach Servicemen's Hous
ing corporation, he is treasurer
of the Army-Navy committee
and the Snack Bar. and presi-
dent of the Miami Beach lodge
of B'nai B'rith. He is also a
member of the evecutive com-
mittee of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews.
ZIONISTS TO MAP
YOUTH WORK
An open house evening with
music and a book review will
launch this year's activities for
the Kadimah chapter of Pioneer
Women's Organization for Pal-
estine. 8.30 p. m., Thursday at
the Beth David Talmud Torah.
Walter Clay Laudermilk's
"Palestine, Land of Promise."
will be reviewed by A. P.
Gannes. director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education. In his book,
Laudcrmilk, American soil er-
pert who visited Palestine as
personal representative of
Franklin D. Roosevelt, suggests
further reclamation of Pales-
tinian farm lands by a Jordan
Valley Authority similar to the
TV A.
Martha Redding will provide
the musical portion of the pro-
gram and refreshments will be
served. Mrs. Albert Berson is
chairman of the affair.
Mrs. Celia Segal, present pres-
ident, announces that cultural
meetings will be held monthly
alternately at Beth David and
at Miami Beach. Mrs. Max Sha-
piro is chairman of cultural
studies.
The Kadimah chapter of the
20-year-old cultural and fund
raising organization was
ed in the winter of 1944
the guidance of Dr.
Kamenetsky with Mrs.
Paber as president.
Besides Mrs. Segal, officers
include Mrs. William Berson,
corresponding secretary Mrs.
Isadore Goldfarb, treasurer: Mrs.
Samuel Seigal, financial secre-
tary: Mrs. Albert Berson. Jew-
ish National Fund chairman;
Mrs. Norman Jacobs, child res-
cue fund chairman; Mrs. Louis
Margulies, publicity chairman;
Mrs. Rose Melinson and Mrs.
Albert Naness. refreshment com-
mittee chairmen; Mrs. Shirley-
Gross and Mrs. Edith Weinstein,
hospitality committee chairman.
Mrs. Faber is honorary presi-
dent.
Training Institute
;To Open Wednesday
^
A teacher's training institute
J to provide equipped teachers to
' congregational schools will hold
its first session 7:45 p. m.
Wednesday at Beth David. Abra-
ham Gannes, director of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, an-
nounces.
The institute is sponsored by
the Bureau and Beth David, the
Miami Beach Jewish Center,
Temple Beth Sholom and Tem-
ple Israel. Mr. Gannes, Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Rabbi Saul Appelbaum
comprise the faculty.
The curriculum to be studied
included Bible and Jewish his-
tory; Jewish religion: customs
ceremonies, festivals, holidays,
etc.; and a beginners' cours in
education: principles of educa-
tion and pedagogy as related to
the curriculum in local religious
schools.
Registration may be made
with Mr. Gannes at 318 Congress
building.
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The Zionist Youth commission
will hold its first meeting of the
season tomorrow night at 8 p. m. '
in the Van Straaten penthouse
of the Tides hotel. Members of
various Zionist organizations
will plan the program of activi-
ties and budget for youth work
in this area.
Realizing the need for trans-
portation of children in outlying
areas to Hebrew school, the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education has
announced that an experimental
transportation project will be-
gin next week. Beth David has
agreed to participate in the ex-
periment.
Children will be picked up
and taken home twice a week
on Mondays and Wednesdays
beginning 3:45 p. m. A fee of
S2 per child per month will be
charged. The Bureau will meet
the deficit.
The bus, marked special, will
make the following stops: S. W.
Eighth ave. and First St.; S. W.
Eighth st. and 12th ave.: S. W.
Eighth st. and 22nd ave.: S. W.
22nd ave. and 16th st.: S. W.
17th ave. and 16th st.: S. W. 13th
ave. and 17th st.: S. W. Seventh
ave. and 25th rd.; S. W. 11th st.
and 15th rd.: and S. W. Second
ave. and Tenth st.
Arrangements may be made
with the Bureau by calling
3-5858.
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*Jewistfkridlian
PAGE NINE
Zionism and The Council
FLORIDIAN CONTINUES
MONISM SYMPOSIUM
Continuing the. m****
2 the Jewish Floridian this
^'k presents articles written
1 Abraham Cannes and Her-
ht U Feibelman for their re-
spective organizations on the
^hiect "Zionism and Amer-
; These are the sec
'rfd *n a series of four dis-
cussions. ______
COUNCILS' POINT
OF VIEW
(By Herbert U. Feibelman)
This subject, assigned to me,
cpnds me into the arena appar-
ently to make the bland asser-
tion that if a resident of the
United States is a Zionist he is
not a good American. I have
abundant reasons for not falling
into such a trap. First and fore-
most I have no authority to
challcn^" the Americanism of
ardent leaders in the Zionist
camp. The fact is that in this
free land any one has the right,
aided and abetted by charitable
neighbors, to work for the po-
litical rehabilitation of any land,
Palestine included. I shall base
my contentions on grounds that
are wholly impersonal.
It is difficult in these troublous
times to define a Zionist. If we
say that a Zionist is an adherent
of the Jewish faith who regards
the Balfour declaration as his
magna charta, we do not em-
brace those who originally wel-
comed its pronouncement or lat-
ter day adherents who have
grossly distorted it in the reck-
less appeal for unlimited im-
migration to Palestine. The Bal-
four declaration itself needed
definition. Repeated were the
attempts to explain its meaning.
Even now those who would cre-
ate a union of church and state
by imposing a Jewish political
commonwealth forget the me-
morable words of the declara-
tion itself, which insisted that
"nothing shall be done which
may prejudice the civil and re-
ligious rights of existing non-
Jewish communities in Pales-
line, or the rights and political
status enjoyed by Jews in other
countries." In this good hour, we
non-conformists have been vil-
lified and read out of Jewry be-
cause, forsooth, we have deigned
to say that the Arabs and Chris-
tians and other non-Jewish in-
habitants of Palestine should be
considered in the establishment
of any political government cre-
ated there.
Wilson's Definition
President Wilson undertook to
find a satisfying definition of
the Zionist objective through the
King-Crane commission, and for
the benefit of our present zeal-
ous subscribers to Zionist as-
pirations, I quote that commis-
sion: "A national home for the
Jewish people is not equivalent
to making Palestine into a Jew-
ish State."
I have read the Zionists' mem-
orandum to Secretary of State
Byrnes. This adds confusion to
confusion. President Roosevelt,
for his pronouncement in corre-
spondence with King Ibn Saud,
and Secretary Byrnes, for his
reiteration of Mr. Roosevelt's as-
surances, are both belabored,
whereas both statements, I sub-
mit, follow the very policy enun-
ciated by Mr. Balfour twentv-
eight years ago. If the Zionists'
memorandum embodies the
creed of the present-day Zion-
ism, then I must answer the
question whether the Zionists'
belief in and labors for unlim-
ited immigration to Palestine are
inconsistent with the obligations
of American citizenship. Wheth-
er I believe that the revocation
of the White Paper means a de-
nial of "the last hope for indi-
vidual and national rehabilita-
tion," must then be the deter-
minative question. I submit that
the history of the Zionist move-
ment discloses that the Zionists
have today gone far afield from
the original concepts of the
movement. No less an authority
than Dr. Weizmann himself, in
speaking of the employment of
Palestine as a refuge from Rus-
sian atrocities, said: "We have
never built our Zionist move-
ment on the sufferings of our
people in Russia or elsewhere.
These sufferings were never the
cause of Zionism." He defined
the national striving of Jewry
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sidered in the light of present-
day conditions, and the respon-
sibility which would be imposed
on our country if the United
States undertook to insist upon
unlimited immigration to Pales-
tine. It would run counter to
the very words of the Balfour
declaration itself. It would call
for the use of American arms.
As an American. I desire peace,
and, like Mr. Roosevelt, I hate
war.
I am deeply concerned also
with the emotional insistence
upon the creation or re-creation
of a Jewish nation. If I assert
that such insistence runs coun-
ter to the American way of life.
I shall be instantly confronted
with reference to the great
Brandeis. I shall be asked: "Do
you consider him a good Amer-
ican?" It is true that he became
an articulate Zionist after his
appointment to the Supreme
Court. Nevertheless, he saw no
conflict between his status as an
American and his adherence to
the principles laid down by Mr.
Balfour himself. I am asked:
"Are Americans of Danish ex-
traction regarded as good Amer-
icans because they wish to re-
build Denmark?" I can give only
the answer which Zionists ex-
pect. But such answer is a far
cry from the argument that I
should stand for a union of Jew-
ish state and the Jewish religion.
Some Zionists avoid this issue
by blandly stating to me that
they have no religion! Even the
great Brandeis was affiliated
with no American Jewish house
of worship.
I admit a want of Zionist
learning and profoundity. for I
understand only the simple phil-
osophy of Abraham Lincoln. He
it was who said: "This country
with its institutions belongs to
the people who inhabit it." That
goes for Palestine. It goes for
America. I am one of millions
of plain people to whom Amer-
ica belongs. I, too, belong to
America. I am an American.
My faith is Jewish. I am a na-
tional only of America, and any
! attempt to burden that loyalty
with conditions conflicts with
this great treasure of free men
Americanism. President Roose-
velt and other non-Jewish lead-
ers in and out of Congress, who
have given their charitable bless-
ing to the changing Zionist
cause, have never undertaken
to depart from the understand-
able words of President Lincoln.
They are good enough for me,
and some day the Zionists, the
political Zionists, will find that
these words will be good enough
for them.
A soldier attending services in
Where is the Jewish flag?"
I said: "It has taken no stand
on Zionism. This institution Is
concerned with the Jewish re-
ligion and the members have
only one flagthe American
flag, which you see on the altar."
ZIONISTS' POINT
OF VIEW
(By A. P. Gannes)
Of the Four Freedoms enun-
ciated by the late President
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Freedom
from Fear is the most intangible.
Fear is a condition in the sub-
conscious mind and not easily
eradicated. For centuries. Jews
have been subject to fearfear |
of "Ma Yomru Hagoyim" (what
will other men say).
What's the Real Basis for An-
tagonism to Zionism?
The antagonism to Zionism, in
the opinion of the writer, is
based on two principles:
1) That there will arise a con-
flict between the responsi-
ity of the Jew to a Jew-
ish home and his allegiance
toward the state in which
he is a citizen. The strug-
gle for emancipation in
Europe in the 19th century
left an indelible mark on
the Jews. Having struggled
very hard for the attain-
ment of his political eman-
cipation, the Jew devtl-
a Jewish house of worship ac-
costed me and asked: "How does
this place stand on Zionism?
oped a certain nervousness
and fear concerning his
ability to hold on to it. The
Jew felt that in return for
this emancipation an exor-
bitant price had to be paid.
The price was an exag-
gerated nationalist ardor
toward his country of
adoption. This meant the
emasculation of historic
Judaism. The Jews began
to speak of themselves as
Germans or Frenchmen or
Englishmen of the Mosiac
faith. This feature of inse-
curity was further increased
by the charges of anti-
Semites that the Jews are
an "imperium in imperio"
that is, a state within a
state. To prove to the world
at large that this was an
absolutely false accusation,
the theory of integration
was developed. Of course,
this was a long time be-
fore the rise of modern
political Zionism. For every
person interested in the
success or failure of such
integra tion "Germany's
Stepchildren" is must read-
ing.
2) The second guiding prin-
ciple of antagonists to Zion-
ism is the sincere fear that
Zionism and patriotic cit-
izenship are incompatible.
(Continued on Page 11)
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Zionism and the Council
*Je*istnoridliari
(Continued from Page 9)
This was the burden of the
protest of the German
Kabbiner- Verband two
months prior to the first
Zionist Congress in 1897.
This was repeated by the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations in 1898 and
has reappeared from time
to time. It is this phobia
that brought about the in-
clusion in the Balfour dec-
ation of the phrase,
"Nothing shall be done
which may prejudice .
the rights and political sta-
tus enjoyed by the Jews
any other country" (i.e.
ide of Palestine). And
same fear is the under-
principle of the
A me r i c a n Council for
ism.
What is Citizenship?
ling of fear and inse-
, based on a fallacious
of the idea of citizen-
,n the erroneous con-
, citizenship is coinci-
,., i racial, cultural and
i : unity. It is a concept
ci citizen can have no
I allegiance other than
bind him to the state
i he is a member. It is
phenomenon that this
prevails only among
ji N one questions the pa-
of the Irish-Americans,
the Czech-Americans, the Slo-
gans when these agi-
RIAL CHAPEL
. M. BURNS, IB.
Funerol Director
ptfcE EISENBERCS [
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5-7777
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Washington Are.
Miami Beach
In New ,Yrks
?ltfa St.. and Amsterdam Ave.
ALKA-SELTZER
*aff2l
MY DAY
&J0' 'ndePendent national
states. No one spoke of dual
EShSS .When .American-Poles
agitated for an independent Po-
land during the time it was not
in existence from 1792 to 1919
Kosciusko. of Polish extraction'
was an important American pa-
triot in the early 19th century
and none denied his active in-
terest in his former homeland,
Poland.
What does the State Demand?
The supposed conflict between
Zionism and Americanism is ill-
imagined. The state cannot de-
mand that the individual shall
.relinquish his peculiarities, tra-
ditions, family relationships, nor
; can it ask any group to give up
| its historic associations. It can
demand, however, that as cit-
izens all elements shall put the
needs of the state in which they
live in the forefront of their
thoughts and render it service
to fulfill its ideals. Should a con-
flict arise between the duties to
America and his responsibilities
' to a Jewish home or state, then
, the Jew will have opportunity
to make his choice just as any
other group would have to do.
We nave seen an example of
this during the war. German-
Americans who were Fascist in
their think ing and activitii s,
and disloyal to the American
rorm of government, were im-
prisoned and prosecuted. That
such a situation should arise in
the case of the Jews is far-
fetched and groundless.
Let's Look at the Record
. To further illustrate the imag-
ined conflict, is there anyone
I who would question the patriot-
ism of a Wise, or a Silver, or an
Einstein, or a Brandeis because
they are Americans and Zionists
at the same time? These men
undoubtedly have proven their
patriotism by rendering service
to the American people. Would
anyone question the patriotism
of hundreds and hundreds of
Christian Americans who are
Americans and also confirmed
Zionists? Does a Wagner, a
Laudermilk, or a Fulbright have
an axe to grind or are they truly
Americans? The record speaks
for itself.
Americanism and Zionism are
not in conflict. Professor Hor-
ace Kallen of the New School
for Social Research, has defined
an American as one who. no
matter where he lives on this
earth, believes in the principles
set forth by the Declaration of
Independence. There are those
who are born here, but are not
American in their thinking and
in their actions, and likewise,
there are others who live in
other parts of the world, but
who are real Americans.
The basic principle of Zionism
the restoration of an harassed,
persecuted people to its rightful
historic homeis indigenous to
American ideals and democracy.
Jews should be the first ones to
recognize this point. A good
Zionist cannot fail to be a good
American.
PAGE ELEVEN
3ROWARD BB WOMEN
INSTALL OFFICERS
Members of the Jewish com-
munity of Broward county wit-
nessed the installation of officers
ner Oct' ?2? Wm0n 3t a din"
1 MakiinVh'e th of office were
inl i'1"'?" Jailer, president;
' fc Marl JffiP*% vicc Presi-
dent: Mrs. Esther Kaufman, re-
I cording secretary: Mrs. Bca Sin-
m. ^"esPonding secretary;
I' ^dys Pmtp, treasurer: and
Mrs. Dora Epstein and Mrs. Es-
ther Weinstein, board of difec-
' i Tl\c- ccre"iony was conducted
Dy Miss Sara J. Grossman, presi-
Cr''nlJ,f t,he Women's district
Orand Lodge, No. 5. Mrs. Deena
Goldman of Miami, state pn i-
dent of B'nai B'rith Women.
spoke.
Entertainment was provided
t>y Miss Irma Lee Weinst. in,
'. accompanied by Mrs.
(.I.'lvs Horn, pianist.
The committee in charge of
the occasion consisted of Mrs
Reba Segal. Mrs. Hannah Segal,
Mrs. Hannah Norman and Mrs.
Shapiro. Mrs. Harriet G.
Siegel was mistress of
monies.
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NEW MEN'S CLUB
_____
Dr. Denis Quittner has been
Chosen temporary chairman of
the Men's club of Temple Beth
Sholom which was organized re-
cently. Emanuel Goldstrich was
named temporary secretary until
the election of officers to be held
later in November. Another
meeting of the club will be held
I at Mr. Goldstrich's home. 2838
Prairie ave., 8 p. m., Thursday.
The second in a series of "Get
Acquainted" branches for mem-
| bers of the congregation will be
given Sunday morning at 10:30
a. m. at the Strand restaurant.
BUREAU POSTPONES
ELECTION MEETING
Election of officers of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education will
take place at a board meeting.
8 p. m. Tuesday, at the Federa-
tion office. The meeting was
originally scheduled for Oct. 30.
Plans for the observation of
Jewish Book Month, arranged
by the Bureau in conjunction
with the Ys of Miami and Miami
Beach and the various congre-
gations, will be announced next
week.
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804 S. W. 22nd Ave.
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Rabbi Abraham Bick of New
York was guest speaker at a
concert given by the Greater
Miami Icor Committee Sunday."
Rabbi Bick is a member of the
national committee of Icor and \
editor of Naileben. monthly Icor
publication.
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HEADS JWV DRIVE
p
Mrs. Minnie Kline, who earned
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through the sale of 336 bonds,
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being supervised by the Vaad Hakashruth. We guaran-
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POULTRY MARKETS
White Rose Market M. Kaufman 87 Washington Ave.
Guttman's MarkeL Guttman and Lapoff .325 Collins Ave.
Merlin's MarkeL S. Elgison.......--------.....320 Collins Ave.
BUTCHER SHOPS
Lebowitz MarkeL B. Kan...._________84 Washington Ave.
White Rose MarkeL M. Heller...........87 Washington Ave.
Empire MarkeL B. Shmargon............1st St and Collins Ave.
Merlin's Market, E. Melnik............................320 Collins Ave.
Guttman's MarkeL Guttman and Lapoff ...325 Collins Ave.
National Kosher MarkeL M. Daunt...._..424 Collins Ave.
Sullivan County MarkeL S. Kohlenberg 618 Collins Ave.
Michigan Food Center, S. Serlin _.......651 Michigan Ave.
Mel's Food Center. B. Pen-ill..........---------- 704 ColHns Ave.
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Leader MarkeL L. Rosenstein.........1325 Washington Ave.
Penn-Way MarkeL H. Goldberger^..._.....1447 Penn. Ave.
CLIP THIS LIST FOR YOUR REFERENCE
BUY KOSHER!
Rabbi M. MescheloH, Director Dr. M. J. Safra. Chairman
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vjewist noridfian
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
1945
>y ft ledge allegiance to t/ie /lag oJ me United ^States o< zStt
merrn
(And I'll hack up ili.il pledge with Victory Bonds plenty
of tlicui!)
Mnd to t/te ^netiallic Jor which it stands
(My countrythe ]and that yields crops, that give* a
living to me and mine. I'll put my dollar? to work for her.)

(Dne nation indivhbivie
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1100 S. W. 8th Street
MARTIN DRUG STORE
7005 Collins Avenue
EAST COAST FISHERIES INC.
360 West Flagler Street
RAINBOW GARDENS FLORIST
840 N. E. 79th Street
RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT
929 Lincoln Road
SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL
425 Ocean Drive
SOUTH SEAS HOTEL
1751 Biscayne Blvd.
STEVENS MARKETS
2001 N. W. 62nd St.
FRANK STRAW ELECTRICAL
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1236 N. E. 2nd Avenue
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PETER MILLER HOTEL
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1475 Collins Avenue
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233 N. W. 29th Street
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HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS
76 N. W. 14th Street
HIPPODROME BAR
5 N. E. 2nd Avenue
IMMACULATE CLEANERS
1448 Collins Aveenue
KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO.
Isle of Normandy
LINCOLN FOOD MARKETS
3305 Douglas Road
650 S. Miami Avenue
THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
610 American Bank Building
S. ERNEST PHILPITT & SON
36 N. Miami Avenue
PINDER BROTHERS FISH MARKET
447 N. W. 14th Street
SEMINOLE BAR
61 Hialeah Drive
LTNICK AUTO PARTS
5100 N. W. 27th Avenue
JOSEPH LUZITAILORING
2272 S. W. 8th Street
MORRIS S. RUBIN
2420 Flamingo Drive
SHANGRI LA RESTAURANT
15 N. E. 3rd Avenue
SOUTHERN ENGINEERING &
METAL PRODUCTS
25 N. E. 17th Terrace
STANDARD WINE & SPIRITS
47 N. W. 5th Street
STUBBS SERVICE STATION
355 W. Flagler Street
STYLECRAFT BAG
MANUFACTURERS
1320 N. Miami Avenue
TAMIAMI UPHOLSTERING CO.
2465 S. W. 8ih Street
VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
1425 20th Street
MAULE INDUSTRIES
1136 N. W. 21st Avenue
MELROSE BEAUTY SALON &
BARBER SHOP
3400 N. W. 27th Avenue
MERRILL-STEVENS DRY DOCK CO.
1270 N. W. Uth Street
NORMANDY RESIDENT & DAY
SCHOOL
1021 Biarritz Drive
NORTON & McCORMICK
610 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MRS. JOSEPH RAUCHWERGER
5840 Pine Tree Drive
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vJewisfi noridiairi
MISS ROSENTHAL
TO WED COAST
GUARDSMAN
A romance which began at a
USO dance at the Miami Y has
culminated in the engagement
of Miss Evelyn Rosenthal to
Coast Guard Petty Officer Leon
Silverman. The betrothal was
announced by Miss Rosenthal's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Rosenthal. 1502 N. E. First ave..
following Mr. Silverman"s ar-
rival Sunday. Son of Mrs. Sam-
uel Silverman. Morristown, N. J.,
he recently returned to the
country after serving in Green-
land for one year.
Miss Rosenthal was graduated
from Miami Senior Higli school
and her fiancee from Munis-
town Senior High. He also at-
tended Essi \ County Vocational
. eld, N. J. Dur-
a... Miss Rosenthal was
active in Red Cross and USO
work,
N s b) en set for the
Mr. Silverman is
I back to his
son* ; ime next

RIC WOMEN TO HEAR
TWO BOOK REVIEWS
BEACH ZIONISTS
ELECT BOARD
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will re-
view Lester Cohen's "Coming
Home" and J. B. Priestly's
"Three Men in New Suits" for
members of the Women's divi-
sion of the American Jewish
Congress next Friday at 1:45
p. m. in the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
Mrs. Sol H. Leslie, president
will hold an executive board
meeting at her home. 3114
Prairie ave.. Monday at 1:30
p. m.
Mrs. Max Meisel and Mrs.
Lawrence Colin are co-chairmen
for the affair Friday. They will
be assisted by the Mesdames
Emanuel Baskind, Archie Brick.
Benjamin Kohn, Louis Glasser,
The oil ore Firestone, Jerome
Kimball, Leonard Kimball, Ar-
thur Klein, Leon Kronish, S. H.
Leslie. E. Lesowodi r, Murray
Lee Mever, Ji is< ph Hose.
Philip Salmon, Randolph She-
He] : v Silbei licht, E
W M Rj b iwvitz and
Clara Go!
COMMANDER RETURNS
TO MEDICAL PRACTICE
! -
toi M B Zionist
li eci ntly are Benjamin
Brick, Jack Bur-
lore Bet man, Leon-
ard B Broad, Charles
Bender, Harry Cornblum, Leon
.1. Ell, Jaki F< It, William Feuer,
. Mayi B. Fran-
kel. Jacob Fishman. Abe Good-
man. Isidore Goldberg.
Sam Goodman, Emanuel Gold-
strich, Nathan Glosser, Sam
Horenstein, Nathaniel Klein.
R a b n i Leon Kronish. Louis
Krenskv. Dr. M. A. Kugel. Dr.
M. A. Lipkind, William Lcso-
woder. Sam Lackman. Oscar
Lelchuk. Sol Leslie, Harrv
Miller. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Harry Magid, Louis Miller,
Harry Platoff. Raymond Rubin.
Leon Robinson, Mathew Sil-
Verstein, Harold Spaet, Dr. Z. I.
Sabshin. Sam Sapiro. Dr. S. G.
Schneider. Alex Van Straaten,
Bruno Weil, Harrv Zukernick,
A. E. Wolfe and Milton Mann-
heimer.
Ha\ ;; x s n ed fi .. 51 ars as
a iliL:; surgeon in the Navy
with tin : f ciimmander, I):'.
niel M. Levm. formerly of
op< in >i ins of-
fice temporarily in the First Na-
tional Bank building.
A specialist in ear, nose, throat
and bronchoscopy work. Dr.
Levin developed the medical de-
partment at Richmond Naval
An station where he was senior
medical officer. He was also
chief of the eye. ear nose and
throat department at the U. S.
Naval hospital at Parris Island
S. C. A graduate of the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, he interned
at Temple university. He lives
with his wife and two sons. Bar-
ry David and Joel Murrav, at
1948 S.W. 21st st.
OPA CHIEF TO SPEAK
AT COUNCIL LUNCH
Dr. James S. Thomas, district
OPA director, will speak on "Re-
conversion and Postwar Plan-
ning" at the opening luncheon
M the Miami section, National
Council of Jewish Women,
Wednesday, 12:30 p. m., at the
Beach Cabana club. 4323 Collins
ave. Mrs. Sidney Weintraub is
in charge of the program.
S*ggs
The Finest in
French Cuisine
Steaks and
Chops Are
Best Quality
Great Variety
of Foods
Wofford Terrace
DINING ROOM
Collins Ave. at 24th Street
Miami Beach on the Ocean
Phone 5 6891
Chicken.ln.
Pot
Sea Foods
Prime Ribs
of Beef
All the Best
Under Direct Supervision of Tony Barrero, As In the Past

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 sea-
son's hat into the latest mode. Match any color and make
hats from your own fabric to go with your suit or dress.
MAX STERN
Max "stern, prominent social
welfare executive, has heen ap-
pointed director oi the Com-
munity Relations ent of
the National Refugee Service.
Mr. Stei n has been i xecutive
director of the Jewish Welfare
Federation and Jewish i
S bureau in Syracuse for
the past i The NRS
: ii,'il he will head
mainti itact with 1 o c a 1
nee committees in
900 cities and towns throughout
the country, aidii em in the
work of adjusting new Ameri-
cans,
HAGLER TO CONCLUDE
MARRIAGE J.ECTURES
Final lecture in a series of
four talks on successful mar-
riage will concern the social side
of marriage Tuesday evening.
8:15 p.m.. at the Miami Y. Dr.
Albert Dale Haglcr, minister of
the Brvan Memorial Methodist
church, is the speaker.
Hurdles and trouble spots in
matrimony and the subject of
in-laws will be among the topics
discussed of Dr. Haglcr. An open
forum will follow the lecture.
let "^"""^
CLEAN
YOUR
CARPETS .
UPHOLSTERY!
Process Includes:
Moth Proofing
* Deodorizing
Mildew Proofing
Rugs Processed on Floor
Dry in 3 HoursNo shrinkage
An Exclusive Process
Not Shampooing
ATR SERVICE CO.
66 N. E. 50th Terrace
PHONE 78-1961
Tuojtu.
for Rest
CONVALESCEHd
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ealthResort
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"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"
we imcuiLV KNEsarr
TME MAJOfJTT Of NNTKM
Kwtsu nmui inks
fn/smalan Clodl, furnuhW on Keaunf
SEIVINC MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
VETERAN OPENS
MEDICAL OFFICE
Opening of his office at 403
Olympia building has been an-
nounced by Dr. Solas Low. re-
cently discharged from the Army
after two and one half years as
a captain.
Dr. Low, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Low. has had extensive
experience in New York hos-
pitals where he did general
surgery for 13 years. He has
been affiliated with the Jewish
hospital. Beth Moses. Sydenham,
Hospital for Chronic Diseases.
Hospital for Joint Diseases and
the Coney Island and Gouver-
nier hospitals.
A graduate of New York Bel-
levue Medical school, he in-
terned at Harlem hospital and
Central Islip, a New York state
institution. He took his pre-
medical work at the University
of Florida and studied pioctology
at the New York I'olyclinic. He
has taken several courses in
pathology at the New York
Graduate school.
Dr. Low's wife, a high school
teacher in New York, expects
to come to Miami soon.
ANGLERS CLUB PLAN
ANNUAL DINNER
Miami Beach Anglers' club
will install officers at their fifth
annual dinner dance to be held
at Lilley's restaurant! Biscayne
blvd., Nov. 1!). Reservations may-
be made John Gross, chairman
if entertainment, at 3-5329 dur-
ing tile day or 5-7249 at night.
Proceeds from the dinner will
be allocated to the sportsmen"s
building fund. Officers to be in-
stalled are Max Rosenfeld, pres-
ident Dr. T. William Lippman,
vice president: Walter Bauer,
treasurer, and Edward J. Wein-
stein. secretary.
Keep on Buying War Bonds
and Stamps.
A double celebrating
planned by Freehi M\S
Post, No. ]74. Jewlu^'ko^
erans, for Nov. ,??
Bion will be Armi'ticH1 **\
the regular tai-mon hlv av *\
cade sponsored bv l ^
William Kresner, chi* *H
the motorcade commit?1*
nouhces. lmmittw,
Eighty-six wounded )
yalescent soldiers were d *
he post Sunday Th*UH
taken from the v,h,y * hospitals in thTareWj9
Isle and from there taVi*
ami Y where the MhVl* *
League had prepanT ^
ments. Junior 1 st ,Lnf*
MSL were danch^.l|
those able to iL "S *
crutches. Wh,,!
mrs.seligTaidT
bond drive
Mrs. M ,.._,
Co-mtv \V D;?,
Virtu, v I,
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub it J
iial cha,an local ^
participating in the Eighth \2\
i':,.l"!5:,,K" ,is.';; M'-""iSen5
league which has named Jh
Hannah Scher chairman of a
bond sales.
SEND BLANKETS~T0
EUROPE
SYDNEY. Australia The I
Jewish Welfare Society in Sti
ney reports that they have m.
chased 15.000 blankets for tin
J.D.C. which will be shipped a
lots of 800 weekly to Sweden fa
reshipment to needy Jewish
communities in Poland and I
Czechoslovakia.
NATHANIEL M. LEVIN, M. D.
Formerly <.f Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Announces His Return From Service In the U. B. Navy
And the Opening of offices ;ii
605 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Practice i. in. it. -1 to Bar, Nose, Throat and Bronchoscopy
Phone 2-S35J
iVrnnnent offii'es at r. 17 dul'ont Hhlg. on or :ii>-.ut Dec. 13. IMS
IOS. L PLUMMER
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Specializing ....
IN
SOUTHWEST
PROPERTIES
The I. S. SHAPOFF
Organization has sold over a
million dollars of residential
> property the past six months
If you are interested in
Selling your Home
Buying a Home
Real Estate Investments
SEE OR CALL
I. S. SHAPOFF, Realtor
27SS South West 27th Avenue
Phone 4-7027


n)Ayj OCTOBER 26. 1945
wiss Jew Saved Thousands
rom Certain Death in Camps
NFW YORK. The amazing
IS, of a middle-aged Swiss
Lh retired businessman who
wish/^ Hitler's agents to
'JmisiiHurkRan
lose
of
et
^ftl SStitai'of 200.000
is from Hungary to almost
krtain death in Poland brow-
t the agents into releasing
Ether 1 700 Jews from Bergen-
elsen. and won permission to
fed truekloads of food to the
fcnrvin inmates of other Nazi
n^ps was told for the first
r"P in full detail last week.
The heroic former business-
an is Saly Mayer, full-time
ilunteer representative of the
)C in Switzerland.
Maver was approached by the
c commercial representative
r'Hunuary. Kurt Becher.
The Nazi agent, claiming to be
to Himmler. brought a
man offer to halt the depor-
ktion and extermination of
ews in Hungary for a proper
.nsom. The War Refugee
kard indicated that it would
lise no objection to Mayer's en-
Sring into further discussions
n the proposal, since he was a
wiss citizen, but made it clear
a atno ransom transactions
iiuld be entered into or author-
fed by the United States gov-
nment.
Mayer carried on discussions
Lith the Nazi representative for
Lnths, with the object to gain
frne for the hundreds of thou-
mds of Hungarian Jews the
fazis threatened to exterminate,
[t one point, at the risk of his
life, Mayer entered Nazi Ger-
many to carry on the discus.-
lons.
"During the course of the ne-
otiations," Moses Leavitt. JDC
cretary, stated, "Mayer asked
he German representatives to
emonstrate that they had ac-
bal power. He ordered them to
We a trainload of Jews being
fansported to Bergen-Belsen to
Iwitzerland instead. The Nazis
implied, and Mayer secured
jie entry of 1,700 saved refugees
Switzerland."
[At another point in Mayer's
legotiations, according to Mr.
eavitt, Mayer was advised that
trains were ready in Buda-
st to cany 200,000 Jews to the
otorious murder camps in Os-
fiecim. Mayer called Becher
nd threatened that either the
eportation order be cancelled.
the negotiations would be
broken off. The deportation or-
der was cancelled.
According to Mr. Leavitt. the
Nazis in their turn also demand-
ed of Mayer that he demonstrate
his ability to carry out his part
of the bargain. Mayer then called
on the JDC to supply S5.000.000
which he might show for the
purpose. The JDC borrowed the
funds from the banks and made
this vast sum available. The
State and Treasury Depart-
ments permitted the JDC to
transfer the amount, so that
Mayer could hold the negotia-
tions open.
"In the course of the long
drawn-out negotiations," Mr.
Leavitt said, "Saly Mayer suc-
ceeded in shifting from discus-
sion of ransom to the consider-
ation of a proposal that he ar-
range for relief supplies to be
sent into Germany through the
International Red Cross to keep
Jews and other persons alive.
Early in 1945. tons of food fur-
nished by both the War Refuge
Board and the JDC went into
the camps. Refugees coming out
of Theresienstadt and other
camps have testified how they
owed their lives to this food."
Fifteen million dollars, three-
fourths of all the funds spent by
the War Refuge board in its
twenty months of existence,
from Jan. 1944 through Sept.
1945. were furnished by the JDC.
Three JDC staff personalities
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, its Euro-
pean Chairman, Saly Mayer
abroad, and Moses A. Leavitt in
this country, collaborated in the
War Refugee board's work al-
most in the same fashion as dol-
lar-a-year men contributed their
services to other government
agencies.
"The Joint Distribution Com-
mittee found itself engaged in a
series of rescue operations so
secret that in some instances
even JDC's Executive committee
could not be told of them." Dr.
Joseph C. Hyman, executive vice
chairman, said in an interview.
"These operations made it pos-
sible, among other things, for
JDC to keep some 9,000 Jewish
children in hiding in France, to
pass thousands of Jews to safety
in neutral countries, to help over
8.000 Jews reach Palestine from
Nazi-dominated Rumania and to
carry out other life-saving proj-
ects that pale the wildest fiction.
Yet all the while that the JDC.
PAGE FIFTEEN
FOR YOUR
INFORMATION
Friday, Nov. 2, light can-
dles 5:20 p. m. Rosh
Chodesh Kislev, Tuesday,
Nov. 6. Chanukah, first
day. Friday, Nov. 30.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Beck'l Transfer at 166 N. W 5th
Street. Miami, Fla., intends to regis-
ter said name with Ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flori-
da.
SIDNEY R. BECK
Max R. Silver
Attorney for Applicant
10/12-18-26 11/2-9
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SUE-ANN NOVELTY SHOP at
825 Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DORIS LASHER
SYLVIA BECKMAN
10/19-26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TATl'M'K 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
Miss Paulette Goddard, well-
known movie actress, has do-
nated $10,000 for a scholarship
to be known as the "Paulette
Goddard Scholarship" at the
Hebrew university in Jerusa-
leb. The scholarship, amount-
ing to $500 a year, will be
awarded annually over a period
of 20 years to deserving and
needy students engaged in medi-
cal or scientific research. The
donation was made through the
Southern California chapter of
the American Friends of the He-
brew university.
Palm Beach
MBS. MAST SCHBEENKX RifMtuMf
ALFA
FOR THE BEST IN
DAIRY PRODUCTS
WEST PALM BEACH
I MILKCREAMICE CREAM
AMBULANCE SERVICE
MIZZELL SIMON
MORTUARY
413 Hibiscus Street
Phone 8121
West Palm Beach, Fla
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the
Nationally Famous Southern Dairiee Pro-
ducts and Ice Cream.
AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
MB CIIAM
"****^**^*^*^*^^***
C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
cooperating with the War Re-
fugee board, was engaged in a
truly amazing rescue program,
critics, not all of them acting
from disinterested motives, were
busily castigating the organiza-
tion for its lackadaisical and
timid attitude."
Dr. Hyman said that Mayer
also served as the agent through
which funds furnished by the
War Refugee board and the JDC
were supplied to French, Czech.
Italian and other undergrounds.
These underground fighters in
turn helped Jews to escape to
safety.
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County, Florida
.Nd. 9794
He: Estate of JAMES It. WA11-
FIEI.Il. Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of JAMES It. WARPIELD,
deceased; and that on the 19th day
of November, 194.1. I will apply to the
lfonorahli- W. F. Ulanton, County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge ;is Administratrix of
the Batata ->f JAMBS R. warfield,
deceased.
This 17th day of Oetoher. 1945.
FANNIE E. WAR FIELD
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Administratrix
10/19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of I)ee-I,lclous 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 1IEKKUY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the flctlous name
of TRAIL TAVERN at 90r, S W,
Eighth Street. Miami, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. .
HENRY STEINHOUSER.
HARRY DIETZ. Attorney.
1106 Congress Bldg.
10/26 11/2-9-16-23
RED CROSS OPENS
KNITTING CORNER
A Red Cross Knitting Corner
has been established on the sec-
ond floor of Morris Bros, depart-
ment store, 1261 Washington
ave.. Miami Beach.
This corner will be open every
Monday and Thursday from 1 to
4 p. m., with Mrs. Joseph M.
Goldweber of 4588 Alton rd.. in
charge. Mrs. Goldweber was
active in the Red Cross surgical
dressings program, which closed
at Morns Bros, just a few weeks
ago. Many thousands of surgi-
cal dressings for the armed
forces were made in the room
given to Red Cross by Dr. Morris
Goodman, head of Morris Bros.
At present Mrs. Goldweber
will give ou tkhaki yarn for
sweaters and mufflers. Only
experienced knitters should re-
quest yarn as sweaters must
conform to army specifications.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RAUZIN INSURANCE AGENCY
at 128 N. E First Avenue. Miami,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
AI.HERT RAUZIN.
MOSES RAUZIN.
10/26 11/2-9-16-23
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ill business under the fictitious name
of JOHNSTETT PURS at 107 N. E.
First Avenue intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
NAT 11A N ST ETTN ER.
in :'.; U/S-S-16-S3
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names at
the locations hereinafter mentioned.
t0'WWEI\KI.ES LIQUOR STORES.
1709-1711 Alton Road. Miami Beach,
''"'wi'lNKLES LIQUOR STORES,
ISIS Blaeayne Boulevard, Miami,
F1 WRINKLES LIQUOR STORES.
"Ml 1'oiice De I.eon Boulevard.
Coral Cahles. Florida:
Intends to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Bounty, florid^ WEINKLE.
AARON WEINKLE.
LEO A. CHAIKIN
Applicants.
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorney, for Applicants,^ u/j
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
No. 15653
Re-Estate of
SAMUEL noLCORT.
I 'creased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that we
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Execu-
trlces of the estate of SAMUEL DOL-
I'ORT, deceased: and that on the 3rd
dav of December. 1941. we will ap-
ply to the Honorable W. F. III.AN-
TON. County Judge of Dade County.
Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as
Executricea of the estate of SAMUEL
DOLCoRT. deceased
This 29th dav of October, 1(45.
ANNA K. DOLCORT.
ESTELLE DOLCORT SACHS.
BEATRICE DOLCORT I'EARLMAN.
GEORGE CHERTKOF.
Attorney for Executricea of the
Estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT,
Deceased.
10/26 11/2-9-16
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F1,,ri,lR JOSEPH BIBQBL.
Sole Owner,
QBOROE CHERTKOF,
Attorney.
10/26 11/2-9-16-23 ________
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME,Inc.
1201 South Olire Ayenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enga
"business under the .fictitious name
,f ROBIN HOOD INN. MlamJ. Flor-
ida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
.,/ Dade Countv. Florida. ______
of Dad. ,n',j;rAYNK 36TH STREET
CORPORATION
MORRIS BERICK.
Attorney for Owner
60.1 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida
10/19-26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names
at the locations hereinafter mentlon-
ed" 'cARLS MARKET. 8115 Blscayne
Boulevard, Miami. Florida:
CARLS MARKET. 1895 S. W. 8th
Street. Miami. Florida:
CARI-S MARKET. 700 West 41st
Street, Miami Beach. Florida:
WEINKLES. 1701-1707 Alton Rd..
Miami Beach. Florida:
CARI-S BAKERY, i8n S. W. 19th
Avenue Miami. Florida: ____
DADE WHOLESALE GROCERY.
1180 N. W. 23rd Street. Miami.
lntel!dsdlto register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade CounJy.RFIorb,a.iNK
AARON WEIN.-I.E.
{Van c. bowser. SR.
Applicants.
MYERS & HEIMAN.
Attorneys for APPllcnnta.^^ U/l
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DAVE'S BANK TAVERN at 2101 N.
W 17th Ave., Miami. Florida, intends
to" register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of, Dade County,
Florida. HARRY HERMAN
MORRIS GOLD
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant ^ ^
NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PLASTIC MODES at 4102 N. Mi-
ami Avenue, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Clroult
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALLEN RUBIN
ISAAC JOPFOLAND G' DAVIS
Attorney for Applicants
10/19-26 11/2-9-16
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
Dade County, Florida
Re: Estate of
MARIE AGATHA WHITE
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice Is hereby given that she
ha filed her final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Admin-
istratrix ,,f the estate of MARIE
AGATHA WHITE, deceased: and
that on the :inth day of November,
194.1, will apply to the Honorable
W, F. ULANTON, County Judge of
Hade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix of the Es-
tate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE,
deceased.
This 21th day of October, 194.1,
MARGARET WHITE DUNCAN.
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Administratrix.
10/26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File A 9.126
NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN that
W. .1. ROBINSON, holder of County
Tax Certificate No 28110 issued the
1st day of June. A. I). 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-wlt:
Ix>ts 23 and 24. Block 5. Alameda,
a Sub.. Itat Book 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, 1941. 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 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of RIVIANNA APARTMENTS at
929 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
HARRY DACKS
YETTA DACKS
Applicants
MYERS & HEIMAN,
Attorneys for applicants.
6.10 Seyhold Rlrtg.. 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.
10/19-26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of President Madison Hotel at 3801
ColHns Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ALBERT GROSSMAN
Myers & Helman,
Attorneys for Applicant
10/12-19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Atlantic Metal Products & Sales
Co.. at 47 N. E. 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-*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious
name of PATTY JOS RESTAU-
RANT at 2280 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 BRINK MAN
Co-Partners
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicants
10/26 11/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Lincoln Road Company. Ltd., at
12*11 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr.
cult 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 11/2-1

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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER
Face Facts
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Fla, ADL Dixeclor
ETERNAL PRICE OF LIBERTY
During the snort space of a
few years, vivid in the memory
of all of us a lifetime of events
has shaped our future destiny.
We have been the witnesses of
such historic milestones as An-
zio BeachheadNormandy, V-E
Day; Okinawa HiroshimaVJ
Dayand finally the United Na-
tions Conference. These have
been the greatest events in his-
tory which culminated in vic-
tory over two great plagues to
humanitythe Nazis and the
Japs.
Yet there still remains one
further plague which stubborn-
ly resists complete extermina-
tion and that is beastly anti-
Semitism.
Whipped to fever heat by the
Nazis, a residue of the hate
propaganda, for the dissemina-
tion for which the Germans
spent billions of dollars, still re-
mains. The seeds of hatred sown
by Hitler propaganda machines
have not been destroyed bv vir-
tue of our military victory.
Carl Sandburg wrote, "after
the strife of war comes the strife
of peace." Even now native Fas-
cists are preparing to utilize this
period of economic stress to pro-
1 mote continued racial and re-
ligious hatred for their own self-
ish political purposes.
Perhaps no greater challenge
presents itself to us and all other
believers in our American way
of life than to be on guard
against these forces of evil that
would foist disheartening dis-
unity among us. When he took
office. President Truman de-
clared, "our forefathers came to
our rugged shores in search of
religious tolerance, political free-
dom and economic opportunity.
For these fundamental rights
they risked their lives. We well
know today that such rights can
be preserved only by constant
vigilance, the eternal price of
liberty."
Vigilance, the eternal price of
liberty! These words should
guide all liberty loving people.
MIZRACH1 TO ENTERTAIN
Mizrachi Men and Women will
hold a package party in Beth
Jacob Community building to-
morrow at 8 p. m. Cantor Louis
D. Feder and Bernice and Jean-
ette Sir will provide the musical
portion ol the prog-ram. Mrs. J.
Brenner, president of the Wom-
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THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
(editor's note: Reader! may
Bend question* they may have on
lewiih religion, customs, traditions,
etc to Rabbi Pox, who will answer
them promptly. He may be addressed
can ( this paper.)
QUESTION: Why is it cus
tomary in traditional Jewish life
to bury the dead on the same
day of his death?
ANSWER: The primary basis
is the Biblical requirement in
Deuteronomy which commands
the burial of an executed man
to be on the same day of his
execution. (Deuteronomy 21:23).
Delaying the burial was always
considered as an embarrassment
for the dead, since the soul WflS
not regarded as being at rest
until after the DOdy had been
placed at rest. The process of
death has thus been regarded as
a passage from one destination
of material substance to another
of glory and light. Prolonging
the internment would compare
to delaying one's trip to a prom-
ised land. Such Deing the case,
it is permitted to delay the bu-
rial under exceptional conditions
deemed by the Rabbi as essen-
tial for the honor and respect of
the deceased.
QUESTION: Why is it forbid-
den in Jewish Law to make an
autopsy?
ANSWER: As heretofore re-
lated, the corpse of a human was
regarded with high respect and
honor. The body of man is be-
lieved to be the creation of the
Almighty. By some writers it
was compared to the Holy Scroll
which sustains its holiness only
in its completeness. Just as any
defect or erasure in the Holy
Scroll detracts from its holiness
so does the autopsy on the corpse
minimize its dignity as well as
constitute the disintegration of
God's creation.
QUESTION: Why is it cus-
tomary to place some earth in-
side the casket?
ANSWER: The original state-
ment of the Bible in regard to
death is preserved in the cere-
mony of placing earth inside the
casket. "Dust thou art and to
dust thou shalt return" has been
the insistence of the Bible. No
better impression could be made
upon the minds of those who
attend the service to display the
fact that beautiful caskets arc
meaningless, for man's eventual
end in the physical world is the
dust that he is made of.
QUESTION: Why does a
mourner observe a restricted
mourning period of seven days?
ANSWER: The psychology of
mourning itself need not be ex-
plained. Its motive is obviously
a tribute to the memory of the
deceased as well as an outlet for
the grieved emotions of the next
'if kin in which he has a chance
for introspection and revalua-
tion of life's values. Although
the observance of seven days of
strict mourning is attributed to
a decree o* Moses (Talmud Yeru-
shalmi. Kethuboth) the original
requirements of the Bible' were
for only one day. The reasons
for establishing the number of
days as seven vary. It is inter-
esting to note that the same
number e>f days is allotted to the
celebration of merry events such
as certain festivals and wed-
dings, etc.
The Talmud deduces from the
Biblical writings that in the
days of the- Redemption and the
Messiah, the seven traditional
days of mourning will be turned
into seven days of merrymaking.
Of the most interesting reasons
given for making it seven days
is that found in the "sefas Ernes.''
The author therein states the
average age in which a man
acquires all the maturities and
accomplishments e>f life is sev-
enty. Each ten year period marks
some sort of a turning point in
a man's life promoting him to
a new stage of maturity. The
average man's life, therefore, is
a result of seven such stages.
Death would then mark the
cessation of the functions of
these seven stages, hence, the
mourners mourn for seven days
the loss of these seven faculties
CENTER TO RESUME
LATE SERVICES
Late Friday evening services
will be resumed at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center tonight,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader, reports.
Dedicated to the observance
of Balfour day, the service will
begin at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehr-
man's sermon will be "We Shall
Not Forget Thee. Oh Jerusalem."
Greetings will be given by Mrs.
Charles Ratner, vice president
of the Miami chapter of Hadas-
sah, and Dr. Louis G. Lytton,
president of the Miami Beach
Zionist district.
Cantor Barkan will chant the
service. A feature of the eve-
ning will be the first public ap-
pearance of the congregation's
new choir under the leadership
of Joseph Schreibman, musical
director of the Center. The choir
will sing "Mah Tovu" by Baruch
Schorr. "Hallelujah" by Louis
Lewandowski and "The Lord Is
My Shepherd" by Koshat. The
cantors solo will be "To Jerus-
alem Thy City."
Members of the choir are Elsa
Shackman, Evelyn Levy, Marion
Cohen. Gloria Lomazoff, Elaine
Litwak, Jeanette Greenberg,
Jean Barkan, Phyllis Leopold.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Harriet Stokolos, Dorothv H>
lik. Willie AbramskTfe
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xy^ybJElliDipidPigyp (>i^^THE JEWISH UNTTy cundL THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 18—NUMBER 44 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS PEE VISIT PALESTINE TALK LONDON (JTA)—The future \{ the Jews and of Palestine, it understood, is to be fully considered at Washington in the alks between Prime Minister kttlee and President Truman. luring Attlee's forthcoming visit, [round Nov. 10. it was reported ly the Keuters news agency. I "Though the broad outline of he British Government's policy ir Palestine seems to be setfed, the plan has yet to receive final shape and the approval the Cabinet," the report ated. "This may be delayed ntil the Prime Minister has id an opportunity to discuss it fith President Truman. There a growing belief that the ultiate solution that will be prosed will be the partition of tlestine into an Arab and a {wish half with Jerusalem as [kind of neutral center." iThere is still no definite date Attlee's statement on Palesle. It is thought likely that matter was discussed during llong meeting of the Cabinet. The general expectation is that quota to allow 2,000 Jews %  nthly into Palestine has been fed and it is believed that zam Bey, secretary of the ab league, agreed to this figI during his recent stay in ndon," Reuter's report said, return for this acceptance he (reported to have asked that ) British Government publicly le its adherence to the White per and to continue to consult Arabs on all matters of PalIne policy." \ spokesman of the Jewish pney in London told Reuters Palestine Jewry would rethis solution as utterly innate and that under these Jitions a large stepping-up I "unauthorized" immigration le to be counted on. Jewish Ties say that they are fully ire that there are four full iish divisions now in Palesand that the Navy has made fa and not Cyprus its base. Rrtheless, they believe that Jews in Palestine will be to ensure the safe landing Jewish refugees from Europe. pwar Hashashibi, speaking Ine Arab office here, declares I the Manchester Guardian the White Paper can be Jed only by force. The only lion of the Palestine probI ne says, is to grant the Jews r dy there cultural and relig1 freedom, while the refugee Jem is settled by the world. J.nc Arabs. Nashashibi also Its partition, asserting that puld sow the seeds of a new : l'"


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IrnroA Y, NOVEMBER 2, 1945 LB TO OBSERVE SPECIAL SABBATH I n'nai B'rith Sabbath will be I observed in Miami synagogues I vt Friday evening simultaneously with similar ceremonies I all over the country. I* Harold Turk, president of sh H olem lodge, will be guest I Jo-ikrr at Temple Israel servfe and Marx Feinberg. at Beth Irnvid Occasion for the services I if the nationwide B'nai B'rith I membership campaign. I Abe Aronovitz is chairman of h e Sholem lodge drive and MilItnn A. Friedman is in charge of Ipublicity an d speakers d ivision. tWV LEADER STRESSES I NEED FOR VET UNITY By H. A. BINDER Need for unity among Jewish War Veteran groups in order to cooperate with veterans' organizations such as the American ILeeion and Spanish War Vet[erans was stressed by Benjamin I Kaufman, past national commander of JWV, in his address I at the institution ceremonies of I the Miami Beach post no. 330 [Sunday evening. In answer to I innuendoes of the lack of Jewish I participation in the war, he fJewistthr/dlian urged the post members to acquaint themselves and the accusers with the accomplishment of the Jews. T In accepting the charter from Israel Feiden, national vice commander of the fourth region, E Max Goldstein said that his reaction was similar to the one he had when, as an aviator, he had the privilege of delivering the American flag to China asd placing it on Burmese soil. Goldstein, first commander of the post, and other officers were installed by Sam Rivkind. In the absence of Mayor HerHPi. i Frink -. ActinR Mavor Kaipn Pole welcomed the post to Miami Beach, as did Col. J J Christian and Capt. F. C. Ny. land. H. H. Hyman presented the colors to the post, NEW YORK — Thousands of mens, women's and children's garments were shipped recently to J.D.C.s representative in Holland for distribution among needy Jews in the Netherlands. These include women's sweaters, stockings, shoes, anklets, men s shoes, hosiery and underwear. An additional shipment, which will follow in a few days, will i n c 1 u d'e men's and boys' sweaters and caps and woolen blankets. PAGE THREE BB SHOLEM LODGE RAISES DUES 1U t0 ,M was decided upon at a r,£, CCtl £ K i B nai B rith Sholem odge Tuesdtay night. The $5 initiation fee will be retained but will be waived for all servicemen who apply for membership within six months of their discharge. Members under 26 years i B £, w llI 1 be squired to pay only $7.50 dues. In conjunction with its membership drive, the lodge approved a motion to waive the rest of this year's dues for men applying for membership now. Changes in the dues setup will be effective immediately, Harold lurk, president, reports. With elections scheduled for the December meeting, a nom,n a JJ? g comr nittee was appointed Tuesday night. Marx Feinberg chairman, will be assisted by Isaac Levin, Henry Bulbin, AI" 1 B. Miller. Fred Shochet. E. Albeit Pallot, Burnett Roth and Milton A. Friedman. VAAD TO ENDORSE KOSHER HOTELS Supervision and endorsement will be granted to hotels which warrant it, the Greater Miami Hakashruth decided at a meeting this week. This free service is for the protection of the kosher seeking public against misrepresentation and for the protection of the kosher hotel keeper against unfair competition. Rabbi Jacob E. Rackovsky, director of the Vaad, states. FOOTBALL TONIGHT U of MIAMI Vs.* CLEMSON of the Southern Conference 8:15 P. M. — Orange Bowl Seats: $1.20 to $3.60 At the Stadium For Future Games, Buy Tickets in Advance at Burdines, Miami or the Beach, Farr's Tours, Miami Beach, or The U. of Miami NEXT WEEK'S GAME SOUTH CAROLINA BEACH BB LODGE PLANS ELECTION Preparations for its December election were made Tuesday night by the B'nai B'rith lodge when Dave Emmer was appointed chairman of a nominating committee. Assisting him in the selection of a slate will be Jack Burris, Harry Cornblum, Archie Brick, Al Stone. Jack August, Joe Gardner and Martin Genet. Over 100 members were present at the meeting at which Rabbi Irving Lehrman spoke on anti-Semitism. Progress in the membership and bond drives was reported by Paul Greene and Samuel Sapiro, chairmen of the respective campaigns. VIENNA—A survey of current conditions among the Jews in Vienna area by a J.D.C. representative reveals that approximately 11,000 Jews live in displaced persons camps near Vienna, while 9,000 Jews in the city itself require J.D.C. assistance. During August approximately 150 tons of J.D.C. foodstuffs and other supplies arrived here and were distributed among needy Jews. More than 25 tons arrived recently in Salzburg, to be distributed to Jews Greater Miami Jewish Cultural Committee PRESENTS CELIA ADLER—First lady of the Yiddish stage and screen, Miss Adler presents a group of character studies which made her the hit of Theatre Guild production. Sunday, Nov. 11. Miami Beach Senior High School. DR. JOACHIM PRINZ—Just returned from Palestine, Dr. Prinz enthralls his audience with his brilliant description of the Holy Land today. Sunday, Dec. 5, Temple Israel. IRVING DAVIDSON — Listeners can't help laugh at the droll stories of Mr. Davidson, collector of Jewish wit and humor. Sunday, Jan. 13, 1946, Miami Beach High School. CANTOR DAVID PUTTERMAN—Chanter of synagogue melodies. Victor recording artist and radio favorite of the Eternal Light program, Cantor Putterman has an extern s i v e concert repertoire. Thursday. Feb. 7, 1946, Miami Beach High School. Subscription for Series: $5.00 (Tax Inclusive); Students: $2.50 — For Tickets Call Any of Following Member Agencies: DELAKOVA AND BERK—Delakova and Berk. Jugoslavian concert dancers with an international reputation, feature dance stories, accompanied Dy words and music, about the habits and customs of different peoples. Sunday. March 3. Miami Beach High School. Bureau of Jewish Education. Congregation Beth Jacob Sisterhood. Dade County Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home. Jewish National Workers' Alliance. Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood. Miami Beach Mizrachi, Men's Division. Miami Beach Mizrachi, Women's Division. National Council of Jewish Women. National Home for Jewish Children in Denver. YM & YWHA of Mlarm. YM & WHA of Miami Beach. Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood. LEONARD ROSE—Miami's own, Leonard Rose has been acclaimed by N. Y. critics for his fine performances as first 'cellist with the New York Philharmonic. Wednesday, April 24, 1946. 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n)A y j OCTOBER 26. 1945 w iss Jew Saved Thousands rom Certain Death in Camps NF W YORK. — The amazing IS, of a middle-aged Swiss Lh retired businessman who wish /^ Hitler's agents to 'JmisiiHurkRan lose of et ^ftl SStitai'of 200.000 i s from Hungary to almost krtain death in Poland browt the agents into releasing Ether 1 700 Jews from Bergenelsen. and won permission to fed truekloads of food to the fcn rv in inmates of other Nazi n^ps was told for the first r" P in full detail last week. The heroic former businessan is Saly Mayer, full-time ilunteer representative of the )C in Switzerland. Maver was approached by the c commercial representative r'Hunuary. Kurt Becher. The Nazi agent, claiming to be to Himmler. brought a man offer to halt the deporktion and extermination of ews in Hungary for a proper .nsom. The War Refugee kard indicated that it would lise no objection to Mayer's enSring into further discussions n the proposal, since he was a w iss citizen, but made it clear a atno ransom transactions iiuld be entered into or authorfed by the United States govnment. Mayer carried on discussions Lith the Nazi representative for Lnths, with the object to gain frne for the hundreds of thou%  mds of Hungarian Jews the fazis threatened to exterminate, [t one point, at the risk of his life, Mayer entered Nazi Germany to carry on the discus.lons. "During the course of the neotiations," Moses Leavitt. JDC cretary, stated, "Mayer asked he German representatives to emonstrate that they had acbal power. He ordered them to We a trainload of Jews being fansported to Bergen-Belsen to Iwitzerland instead. The Nazis implied, and Mayer secured jie entry of 1,700 saved refugees Switzerland." [At another point in Mayer's legotiations, according to Mr. eavitt, Mayer was advised that trains were ready in Budast to cany 200,000 Jews to the otorious murder camps in Osfiecim. Mayer called Becher nd threatened that either the eportation order be cancelled. the negotiations would be broken off. The deportation order was cancelled. According to Mr. Leavitt. the Nazis in their turn also demanded of Mayer that he demonstrate his ability to carry out his part of the bargain. Mayer then called on the JDC to supply S5.000.000 which he might show for the purpose. The JDC borrowed the funds from the banks and made this vast sum available. The State and Treasury Departments permitted the JDC to transfer the amount, so that Mayer could hold the negotiations open. "In the course of the long drawn-out negotiations," Mr. Leavitt said, "Saly Mayer succeeded in shifting from discussion of ransom to the consideration of a proposal that he arrange for relief supplies to be sent into Germany through the International Red Cross to keep Jews and other persons alive. Early in 1945. tons of food furnished by both the War Refuge Board and the JDC went into the camps. Refugees coming out of Theresienstadt and other camps have testified how they owed their lives to this food." Fifteen million dollars, threefourths of all the funds spent by the War Refuge board in its twenty months of existence, from Jan. 1944 through Sept. 1945. were furnished by the JDC. Three JDC staff personalities— Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, its European Chairman, Saly Mayer abroad, and Moses A. Leavitt in this country, collaborated in the War Refugee board's work almost in the same fashion as dollar-a-year men contributed their services to other government agencies. "The Joint Distribution Committee found itself engaged in a series of rescue operations so secret that in some instances even JDC's Executive committee could not be told of them." Dr. Joseph C. Hyman, executive vice chairman, said in an interview. "These operations made it possible, among other things, for JDC to keep some 9,000 Jewish children in hiding in France, to pass thousands of Jews to safety in neutral countries, to help over 8.000 Jews reach Palestine from Nazi-dominated Rumania and to carry out other life-saving projects that pale the wildest fiction. Yet all the while that the JDC. PAGE FIFTEEN FOR YOUR INFORMATION Friday, Nov. 2, light candles 5:20 p. m. Rosh Chodesh Kislev, Tuesday, Nov. 6. Chanukah, first day. Friday, Nov. 30. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Beck'l Transfer at 166 N. W 5th Street. Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIDNEY R. BECK Max R. Silver Attorney for Applicant 10/12-18-26 11/2-9 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUE-ANN NOVELTY SHOP at 825 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DORIS LASHER SYLVIA BECKMAN 10/19-26 11/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TATl'M'K 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 Miss Paulette Goddard, wellknown movie actress, has donated $10,000 for a scholarship to be known as the "Paulette Goddard Scholarship" at the Hebrew university in Jerusaleb. The scholarship, amounting to $500 a year, will be awarded annually over a period of 20 years to deserving and needy students engaged in medical or scientific research. The donation was made through the Southern California chapter of the American Friends of the Hebrew university. Palm Beach MBS. MAST SCHBEENKX Ri f M—t u M f ALFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH I MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairiee Products and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE MB CIIAM "****^**^*^*^*^^*** C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. cooperating with the War Refugee board, was engaged in a truly amazing rescue program, critics, not all of them acting from disinterested motives, were busily castigating the organization for its lackadaisical and timid attitude." Dr. Hyman said that Mayer also served as the agent through which funds furnished by the War Refugee board and the JDC were supplied to French, Czech. Italian and other undergrounds. These underground fighters in turn helped Jews to escape to safety. IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County, Florida .Nd. 9794 He: Estate of JAMES It. WA11FIEI.Il. Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of JAMES It. WARPIELD, deceased; and that on the 19th day of November, 194.1. I will apply to the lfonorahliW. F. Ulanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge ;is Administratrix of the Batata ->f JAMBS R. WARFIELD, deceased. This 17th day of Oetoher. 1945. FANNIE E. WAR FIELD MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Administratrix 10/19-26 11/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of I)ee-I,lclous 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 1IEKKUY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctlous name of TRAIL TAVERN at 90r, S W, Eighth Street. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. „. HENRY STEINHOUSER. HARRY DIETZ. Attorney. 1106 Congress Bldg. 10/26 11/2-9-16-23 RED CROSS OPENS KNITTING CORNER A Red Cross Knitting Corner has been established on the second floor of Morris Bros, department store, 1261 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. This corner will be open every Monday and Thursday from 1 to 4 p. m., with Mrs. Joseph M. Goldweber of 4588 Alton rd.. in charge. Mrs. Goldweber was active in the Red Cross surgical dressings program, which closed at Morns Bros, just a few weeks ago. Many thousands of surgical dressings for the armed forces were made in the room given to Red Cross by Dr. Morris Goodman, head of Morris Bros. At present Mrs. Goldweber will give ou tkhaki yarn for sweaters and mufflers. Only experienced knitters should request yarn as sweaters must conform to army specifications. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RAUZIN INSURANCE AGENCY at 128 N. E First Avenue. Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. AI.HERT RAUZIN. MOSES RAUZIN. 10/26 11/2-9-16-23 LEGAL NOTI CES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage ill business under the fictitious name of JOHNSTETT PURS at 107 N. E. First Avenue intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NAT 11A N ST ETTN ER. in :'.; U/S-S-16-S3 LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla. NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names at the locations hereinafter mentioned. t0 W WEI\KI.ES LIQUOR STORES. 1709-1711 Alton Road. Miami Beach, ''"'wi'lNKLES LIQUOR STORES, ISIS Blaeayne Boulevard, Miami, F1 WRINKLES LIQUOR STORES. "Ml 1'oiice De I.eon Boulevard. Coral Cahles. Florida: Intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Bounty, florid^ WEINKLE AARON WEINKLE. LEO A. CHAIKIN Applicants. MYERS & HEIMAN Attorney, for Applicants,^ u/j IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT No. 15653 Re-Estate of SAMUEL noLCORT. I 'creased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that we have filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrlces of the estate of SAMUEL DOLI'ORT, deceased: and that on the 3rd dav of December. 1941. we will apply to the Honorable W. F. III.ANTON. County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executricea of the estate of SAMUEL DOLCoRT. deceased This 29th dav of October, 1(45. ANNA K. DOLCORT. ESTELLE DOLCORT SACHS. BEATRICE DOLCORT I'EARLMAN. GEORGE CHERTKOF. Attorney for Executricea of the Estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT, Deceased. 10/26 11/2-9-16 the Circuit Court of Dade County, F1,,ri,lR JOSEPH BIBQBL. Sole Owner, QBOROE CHERTKOF, Attorney. 10/26 11/2-9-16-23 FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME,Inc. 1201 South Olire Ayenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enga "business under the .fictitious name ,f ROBIN HOOD INN. MlamJ. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court .,/ Dade Countv. Florida. of Dad. n ',j; rAYNK 36TH STREET CORPORATION MORRIS BERICK. Attorney for Owner 60.1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida 10/19-26 11/2-9-16 NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names at the locations hereinafter mentloned 'cARLS MARKET. 8115 Blscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida: CARLS MARKET. 1895 S. W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida: CARI-S MARKET. 700 West 41st Street, Miami Beach. Florida: WEINKLES. 1701-1707 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. Florida: CARI-S BAKERY, i8n S. W. 19th Avenue Miami. Florida: DADE WHOLESALE GROCERY. 1180 N. W. 23rd Street. Miami. lntel!ds dl to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade CounJy. R FIorb,a. iNK AARON WEIN.-I.E. {VAN C. BOWSER. SR. Applicants. MYERS & HEIMAN. Attorneys for APPllcnnta.^^ U/ l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DAVE'S BANK TAVERN at 2101 N. W 17th Ave., Miami. Florida, intends to" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of, Dade County, Florida. HARRY HERMAN MORRIS GOLD MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant ^ ^ NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PLASTIC MODES at 4102 N. Miami Avenue, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Clroult Court of Dade County. Florida. ALLEN RUBIN ISAAC JOPF£ OLAND G DAVIS Attorney for Applicants 10/19-26 11/2-9-16 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT Dade County, Florida Re: Estate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice Is hereby given that she ha filed her final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix ,,f the estate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE, deceased: and that on the :inth day of November, 194.1, will apply to the Honorable W, F. ULANTON, County Judge of Hade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE, deceased. This 21th day of October, 194.1, MARGARET WHITE DUNCAN. MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Administratrix. 10/26 11/2-9-16 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722—Acts of 1941 File A 9.126 NOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN that W. .1. ROBINSON, holder of County Tax Certificate No 28110 issued the 1st day of June. A. I). 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-wlt: Ix>ts 23 and 24. Block 5. Alameda, a Sub.. Itat Book 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, 1941. 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 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RIVIANNA APARTMENTS at 929 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. HARRY DACKS YETTA DACKS Applicants MYERS & HEIMAN, Attorneys for applicants. 6.10 Seyhold Rlrtg.. 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. 10/19-26 11/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of President Madison Hotel at 3801 ColHns Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERT GROSSMAN Myers & Helman, Attorneys for Applicant 10/12-19-26 11/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Atlantic Metal Products & Sales Co.. at 47 N. E. 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-* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PATTY JOS RESTAURANT at 2280 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 BRINK MAN Co-Partners ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicants 10/26 11/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Lincoln Road Company. Ltd., at 12*11 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Clr. cult 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 11/2-1 \ If : I J %  %  • • ;



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PRjpAY, OCTOBER 26. 1945 Zionism and the Council *Je*istnoridliari (Continue d from Page 9) This was the burden of the protest of the German KabbinerVerband two months prior to the first Zionist Congress in 1897. This was repeated by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in 1898 and has reappeared from time to time. It is this phobia that brought about the inclusion in the Balfour decation of the phrase, "Nothing shall be done which may prejudice the rights and political status enjoyed by the Jews any other country" (i.e. ide of Palestine). And same fear is the underprinciple of the A me r i c a n Council for ism. What is Citizenship? ling of fear and inse, based on a fallacious of the idea of citizen,n the erroneous con, citizenship is coinci,., i racial, cultural and i : unity. It is a concept ci citizen can have no I allegiance other than bind him to the state i he is a member. It is phenomenon that this prevails only among ji N one questions the paof the Irish-Americans, the Czech-Americans, the Slogans when these agiRIAL CHAPEL M. BURNS, IB. Funerol Director ptfcE EISENBERCS [ % % % % %  '.' %  %  T*Mu*r 5-7777 RIVERSIDE BULANCE SERVICE Washington Are. Miami Beach In New ,Yrks ?ltfa St.. and Amsterdam Ave. ALKA-SELTZER *aff2l MY DAY £&J 0 nde P end ent national states. No one spoke of dual ESHSS When .American-Poles agitated for an independent Poland during the time it was not in existence from 1792 to 1919 Kosciusko. of Polish extraction' was an important American patriot in the early 19th century and none denied his active interest in his former homeland, Poland. What does the State Demand? The supposed conflict between Zionism and Americanism is illimagined. The state cannot demand that the individual shall .relinquish his peculiarities, traditions, family relationships, nor ; can it ask any group to give up | its historic associations. It can demand, however, that as citizens all elements shall put the needs of the state in which they live in the forefront of their thoughts and render it service to fulfill its ideals. Should a conflict arise between the duties to America and his responsibilities to a Jewish home or state, then the Jew will have opportunity to make his choice just as any other group would have to do. We nave seen an example of this during the war. GermanAmericans who were Fascist in their think ing and activitii s, and disloyal to the American rorm of government, were imprisoned and prosecuted. That such a situation should arise in the case of the Jews is farfetched and groundless. Let's Look at the Record To further illustrate the imagined conflict, is there anyone I who would question the patriotism of a Wise, or a Silver, or an Einstein, or a Brandeis because they are Americans and Zionists at the same time? These men undoubtedly have proven their patriotism by rendering service to the American people. Would anyone question the patriotism of hundreds and hundreds of Christian Americans who are Americans and also confirmed Zionists? Does a Wagner, a Laudermilk, or a Fulbright have an axe to grind or are they truly Americans? The record speaks for itself. Americanism and Zionism are not in conflict. Professor Horace Kallen of the New School for Social Research, has defined an American as one who. no matter where he lives on this earth, believes in the principles set forth by the Declaration of Independence. There are those who are born here, but are not American in their thinking and in their actions, and likewise, there are others who live in other parts of the world, but who are real Americans. The basic principle of Zionism —the restoration of an harassed, persecuted people to its rightful historic home—is indigenous to American ideals and democracy. Jews should be the first ones to recognize this point. A good Zionist cannot fail to be a good American. PAGE ELEVEN 3ROWARD BB WOMEN INSTALL OFFICERS Members of the Jewish community of Broward county witnessed the installation of officers ner Oct' ?2? W m0n 3t a din 1 M !" aki i n V h e £ th of office were inl i' 1 "'?" Jailer, president; fc M arl JffiP*% vicc President: Mrs. Esther Kaufman, reI cording secretary: Mrs. Bca SinM£. ^"esPonding secretary; I' ^dys Pmtp, treasurer: and Mrs. Dora Epstein and Mrs. Esther Weinstein, board of difec' i T l\ c ccre "iony was conducted Dy Miss Sara J. Grossman, presiC r'' nl J f t he Women's district Orand Lodge, No. 5. Mrs. Deena Goldman of Miami, state pn ident of B'nai B'rith Women. spoke. Entertainment was provided t>y Miss Irma Lee Weinst. in, '. accompanied by Mrs. (.I.'lvs Horn, pianist. The committee in charge of the occasion consisted of Mrs Reba Segal. Mrs. Hannah Segal, Mrs. Hannah Norman and Mrs. Shapiro. Mrs. Harriet G. Siegel was mistress of monies. SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 EASY METHOD AUTODRIVING INSTRUCTION DUAL-CONTROLLED CARS ••BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY" 2920 Douglas Road Phone 4-3628 p.ii. There's a big job ahead. Be ready to subscribe to the Victory Loan. WE DEFINITELY GUARANTEE TO RID YOU OF PESTS PHONE 3-4522 Acme Exterminating Co. "Confidential Service" 128 N. W. S. RIVER DR. rVCCAS10HAU.T. I wk. op t. M tUmming wUh • BmOmebm. p ——d— wui off alone tb* %  *"dw of tta. feranoon, bat X dent *at to wait that lone so I drink • ff <* aparfcUsc AtKA^SELTZIE. £TJ "*i mates ma 35iS f 58E iSSJ*' A"tA-SKJrZER to tha TRAVEL VIA PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER HAVANA MEXICO SO. AMERICA FARR TOURS 1247 Washington Are. Phone 58-1694 Terr Tours Are Far Better' BETH SHOLOM FORMS NEW MEN'S CLUB Dr. Denis Quittner has been Chosen temporary chairman of the Men's club of Temple Beth Sholom which was organized recently. Emanuel Goldstrich was named temporary secretary until the election of officers to be held later in November. Another meeting of the club will be held I at Mr. Goldstrich's home. 2838 Prairie ave., 8 p. m., Thursday. The second in a series of "Get Acquainted" branches for mem| bers of the congregation will be given Sunday morning at 10:30 a. m. at the Strand restaurant. BUREAU POSTPONES ELECTION MEETING Election of officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education will take place at a board meeting. 8 p. m. Tuesday, at the Federation office. The meeting was originally scheduled for Oct. 30. Plans for the observation of Jewish Book Month, arranged by the Bureau in conjunction with the Ys of Miami and Miami Beach and the various congregations, will be announced next week. Buy or Sail Real Estate? "Service and Satisfaction' ERNEST FULD Calumet Building Phones: 2-0559 or 4-0487 Monahan's Electric 804 S. W. 22nd Ave. ELECTRICAL Appliance Repairs—Prompt Service Phone 4-0632 TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alpar 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace fot p iaX*T DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripitrc ^ Water DELIVERED TO Y0U1 HOME 5 GALLON BOTTLE CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES Plus Bottle rjppoii! PHONE 2 4128 70c 80c Rabbi Abraham Bick of New York was guest speaker at a concert given by the Greater Miami Icor Committee Sunday." Rabbi Bick is a member of the national committee of Icor and \ editor of Naileben. monthly Icor publication. 4 STAR GENERAL HEADS JWV DRIVE p Mrs. Minnie Kline, who earned the title of Four Star General in the Seventh bond drive through the sale of 336 bonds, has been appointed Victory bond chairman for the Jewish War Veterans post no. 174. Working with her are Mrs. Pearl Raidman, Mrs. Diana Ginsburg, Mrs. Betty Alpcrt, Mrs. Jennie Levinson, Miss Ruth Rosenthal and Miss Ethel Mintzer. FLUORESCENT LIGHTS LABORATORY INSPECTED R.idio-Electric Appliance Repairs KANDEL ELECTRIC CO. 176 N. W. 1st St. Phone 3-3029 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 Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. O *!. MJGUST BROS RV£ j IS the BEST NO MINIMUM "NOW OPEN' NO COVER BROWN DERBY CLUB 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 ANNOUNCEMENT The Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth publishes this most recent list of butcher shops and poultry markets under supervision. These are the only shops now being supervised by the Vaad Hakashruth. We guarantee the kashruth of the meat and poultry in the following 12 stores and 3 markets only! Look for the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth poster! Insist on the R.J.C. "Kosher rings" on all poultry. Your guarantees of kashruth for the past 6 years. POULTRY MARKETS White Rose Market M. Kaufman 87 Washington Ave. Guttman's MarkeL Guttman and Lapoff .325 Collins Ave. Merlin's MarkeL S. Elgison— 320 Collins Ave. BUTCHER SHOPS Lebowitz MarkeL B. Kan....— 84 Washington Ave. White Rose MarkeL M. Heller 87 Washington Ave. Empire MarkeL B. Shmargon 1st St and Collins Ave. Merlin's Market, E. Melnik 320 Collins Ave. Guttman's MarkeL Guttman and Lapoff ...325 Collins Ave. National Kosher MarkeL M. Daunt....—_..424 Collins Ave. Sullivan County MarkeL S. Kohlenberg 618 Collins Ave. Michigan Food Center, S. Serlin 651 Michigan Ave. Mel's Food Center. B. Pen-ill 704 ColHns Ave. Washington Food Center, D. Whitman... 1051 Washn. Ave. Leader MarkeL L. Rosenstein... 1325 Washington Ave. Penn-Way MarkeL H. Goldberger^..._ 1447 Penn. Ave. CLIP THIS LIST FOR YOUR REFERENCE BUY KOSHER! Rabbi M. MescheloH, Director Dr. M. J. Safra. Chairman J ft !..''



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%  PAGE SIXTEEN *Je#ist ncridfiar FRIDAY. NOVEMBER Face Facts GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Fla, ADL Dixeclor ETERNAL PRICE OF LIBERTY During the snort space of a few years, vivid in the memory of all of us a lifetime of events has shaped our future destiny. We have been the witnesses of such historic milestones as Anzio Beachhead—Normandy, V-E Day; Okinawa — Hiroshima—VJ Day—and finally the United Nations Conference. These have been the greatest events in history which culminated in victory over two great plagues to humanity—the Nazis and the Japs. Yet there still remains one further plague which stubbornly resists complete extermination and that is beastly antiSemitism. Whipped to fever heat by the Nazis, a residue of the hate propaganda, for the dissemination for which the Germans spent billions of dollars, still remains. The seeds of hatred sown by Hitler propaganda machines have not been destroyed bv virtue of our military victory. Carl Sandburg wrote, "after the strife of war comes the strife of peace." Even now native Fascists are preparing to utilize this period of economic stress to pro1 mote continued racial and religious hatred for their own selfish political purposes. Perhaps no greater challenge presents itself to us and all other believers in our American way of life than to be on guard against these forces of evil that would foist disheartening disunity among us. When he took office. President Truman declared, "our forefathers came to our rugged shores in search of religious tolerance, political freedom and economic opportunity. For these fundamental rights they risked their lives. We well know today that such rights can be preserved only by constant vigilance, the eternal price of liberty." Vigilance, the eternal price of liberty! These words should guide all liberty loving people. MIZRACH1 TO ENTERTAIN Mizrachi Men and Women will hold a package party in Beth Jacob Community building tomorrow at 8 p. m. Cantor Louis D. Feder and Bernice and Jeanette Sir will provide the musical portion ol the prog-ram. Mrs. J. Brenner, president of the Women's group, will preside. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE TEL 3-6661 Established 20 Years IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI IIAIIE FEIIERAL *^ OF MIAMI 4 5 NORTHEAST FIRST AVINUI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home • Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. # Easy Payments Payments, including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than present monthly rental. Payments can include taxes, insurance, etc. # Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay off Mortgages without refinancing and without a strain on income. • Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. 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 THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) (EDITOR'S NOTE: Reader! may Bend question* they may have on lewiih religion, customs, traditions, etc to Rabbi Pox, who will answer them promptly. He may be addressed can • %  ( this paper.) QUESTION: Why is it cus tomary in traditional Jewish life to bury the dead on the same day of his death? ANSWER: The primary basis is the Biblical requirement in Deuteronomy which commands the burial of an executed man to be on the same day of his execution. (Deuteronomy 21:23). Delaying the burial was always considered as an embarrassment for the dead, since the soul WflS not regarded as being at rest until after the DOdy had been placed at rest. The process of death has thus been regarded as a passage from one destination of material substance to another of glory and light. Prolonging the internment would compare to delaying one's trip to a promised land. Such Deing the case, it is permitted to delay the burial under exceptional conditions deemed by the Rabbi as essential for the honor and respect of the deceased. QUESTION: Why is it forbidden in Jewish Law to make an autopsy? ANSWER: As heretofore related, the corpse of a human was regarded with high respect and honor. The body of man is believed to be the creation of the Almighty. By some writers it was compared to the Holy Scroll which sustains its holiness only in its completeness. Just as any defect or erasure in the Holy Scroll detracts from its holiness so does the autopsy on the corpse minimize its dignity as well as constitute the disintegration of God's creation. QUESTION: Why is it customary to place some earth inside the casket? ANSWER: The original statement of the Bible in regard to death is preserved in the ceremony of placing earth inside the casket. "Dust thou art and to dust thou shalt return" has been the insistence of the Bible. No better impression could be made upon the minds of those who attend the service to display the fact that beautiful caskets arc meaningless, for man's eventual end in the physical world is the dust that he is made of. QUESTION: Why does a mourner observe a restricted mourning period of seven days? ANSWER: The psychology of mourning itself need not be explained. Its motive is obviously a tribute to the memory of the deceased as well as an outlet for the grieved emotions of the next 'if kin in which he has a chance for introspection and revaluation of life's values. Although the observance of seven days of strict mourning is attributed to a decree o* Moses (Talmud Yerushalmi. Kethuboth) the original requirements of the Bible' were for only one day. The reasons for establishing the number of days as seven vary. It is interesting to note that the same number e>f days is allotted to the celebration of merry events such as certain festivals and weddings, etc. The Talmud deduces from the Biblical writings that in the days of theRedemption and the Messiah, the seven traditional days of mourning will be turned into seven days of merrymaking. Of the most interesting reasons given for making it seven days is that found in the "sefas Ernes.'' The author therein states the average age in which a man acquires all the maturities and accomplishments e>f life is seventy. Each ten year period marks some sort of a turning point in a man's life promoting him to a new stage of maturity. The average man's life, therefore, is a result of seven such stages. Death would then mark the cessation of the functions of these seven stages, hence, the mourners mourn for seven days the loss of these seven faculties CENTER TO RESUME LATE SERVICES Late Friday evening services will be resumed at the Miami Beach Jewish Center tonight, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader, reports. Dedicated to the observance of Balfour day, the service will begin at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman's sermon will be "We Shall Not Forget Thee. Oh Jerusalem." Greetings will be given by Mrs. Charles Ratner, vice president of the Miami chapter of Hadassah, and Dr. Louis G. Lytton, president of the Miami Beach Zionist district. Cantor Barkan will chant the service. A feature of the evening will be the first public appearance of the congregation's new choir under the leadership of Joseph Schreibman, musical director of the Center. The choir will sing "Mah Tovu" by Baruch Schorr. "Hallelujah" by Louis Lewandowski and "The Lord Is My Shepherd" by Koshat. The cantors solo will be "To Jerusalem Thy City." Members of the choir are Elsa Shackman, Evelyn Levy, Marion Cohen. Gloria Lomazoff, Elaine Litwak, Jeanette Greenberg, Jean Barkan, Phyllis Leopold. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Harriet Stokolos, Dorothv H> lik. Willie AbramskTfe Sf e vi tem L So1 StokV* Nat Klonsky. This is the third year that la, services are being held at I Center. "* Glfousr ^ronfrZ^J Store ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE ... 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raPJ ONOVEMBEB 2, 1945 iirriNKLES TO OBSERVE ^ANNIVERSARY civfipth wedding anniversary /M and Mrs. Louis Weinkle will bi* marked by a family re• n \t the home of their son "nddtushter-in-law, Mr. and Sl. Carl Weinkle. Sunday. Mr. Louis Weinkle Active in communal life since their arrival here in 1924, th senior Weinkles have eight sons, one daughter, 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Members of the family who are coming from out-of-town for *Jewistjfk>ridiar PAGE SEVEN Mrs. Louis Weinkle the occasion are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weinkle. Asheville, N. C; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinkle. Atlanta: and Dr. Isaac Weinkle, New York city. Their other children, all residents of Miami and Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle, Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle. Mose Weinkle, Aaron Weinkle and Mrs. Leo Chaikin. Make yourself happy by knowing you are continuing to help, buy buying Eighth War Bands. CHILDREN'S HOME TO MEET MONDAY Mrs. Benjamin Hirsch. only woman trustee of the National Home for Jewish Children, will speak on "Know the Home" at a regular meeting of the Miami chapter, 1:30 p. m. Monday at the Beach "Y." This is one of a series of talks which Mrs. Hirsch is scheduled to make. Plans for a card party to be held at the Victor hotel Nov 20 will be made. Mrs. A. Pollack is chairman of the affair Participating in the bond drive, the group has named Mrs. I. Vogel and Mrs. G. Burns cochairmen of the Miami division and Mrs. Harry Kaufman chairman of the Beach division. HEAD B'NAI B'RITH BOND DRIVE Des Moines (JTA)—Legislation which would bar all immigration to this country for at least five years was demanded here by Mrs. Julius Y. Talmadke, president-general of the Daughters of the American Revolution, addressing an Iowa conference of the D. A. R. She alleged that there were 3,500.000 refugees in the United States at the preesnt time. Bond drive leaders of B'nai B'rith met recently to set plans for the theater and cabana parties that will be held shortly. In the foreground are Alex S. Cohen, Mrs. Clara Landau, George J. Talianoff, Milton A. Friedman, Burnett Roth, Sam W. Shapiro (chairman of the Beach lodge's drive), Sam Silver. In the back are S. B. Miller, Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal, Mrs. Dena Goldman, Joe M. Lipton, E Albert Pallot (chairman of Sholem lodge's drive), Fred K. Shochet, Max R. Silver and Marx Feinberg. (JJD.C SENDS SIX MORE WELFARE EXPERTS TO EUROPE Confidential Investigations We are prepared to make all types of Criminal and civil investigations, 24 hours a day. Specializing in LIE-DETECTOR and surveillances. Private party guard for any occasion furnished day or week without delay. All investigators are exArmy intelligence men. No case too small or too large. FLORIDA DETECTIVE BUREAU DAVID P. FOLDS, Detective Chief Phone 48-3880—P. O. Box 1978—Miami 11, Fla. To administer the greatly expanding relief and rehabilitation program being carried on in Europe by the Joint Distribution Committee, these six social welfare experts will soon join more than fifty J.D.C. representatives now working on the continent. Saying goodbye to Dr. Joseph C Hyman, Executive Vice-Chairman of the J.D.C, (third from right) are M. Jacob Joslow, Springfield, Mass.; Selma Bendremer and Rebecca Kopelsohn, both of New York; Mildred Kronick of Canada; Dr. Hyman; Frederick C. White of Los Angeles, and Flora Levine, also of New York. Washington (JTA)—The abrogation of all Nazi measures establishing "discrimination on the grounds of race, nationality creed or opinion is ordered by the State Department directive to General Eisenhower. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hav your roof repaired now; you will aave on a new roof later "Satiifactory Work by. Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 MALTER'S Sunshine Kosher Market Announces with Pleasure thai the SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET is now under the able supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director, and Her. Meyer Faber as Mashginch. The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus organised to serve the Greater Miami Community, represents the following synagogues: Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, Beth TFiloh. Miami Beach, Beth David, Miami, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami, Mcdter's hem sewed local residents with the finest of strictly Kosher meats and poultry for 18 years. MALTER'S SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET 436 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach — Phone 5-5583 FREE DELIVERY Mr. Kelley The Wine Growers' Guild of Lodi, Cal., announces the appointment of David F. Kelley of 26 N. E. 95th st., Miami Shores, as sales manager in charge of Guild Wines distributed exclusively in the Miami area by Modern Distributors, 965 S. W. Eighth st. 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maX, NOVEMBER 2 1945 *Jewisfi noridian PAGE THIRTEEN HELLO! \j>oes an AMERICAN live Here? We arc neighbors of yours who have been asked to call on you ... to offer you a grand opportunity. VCfe aren't making any money out of this. We simply want to deliver a message from your government. fam %  %  "I? ; m.% WW to,*' <, Jw %  IA* *?5, rf **!? fa** -1 you **'£ e ior *•-*£ you can d eCtd £U *** V* lOW „ Volunteer^ b l nutobuy ore because tocy *5 reb^^ etuI a to n ow *& -* \H flttttt* at eleading f course, ^SZf***? y^r^v^^ lV est Vats teoY for every .But {urtbe ou *& r than bov yOUt let the pur^toervictory w ,, o0 w wi u n f e cbaSe Loerous in eSet ^ertible ica P tu r Bonds c*--*. convex— to ** d* safe* 1 Bonds are tn in the iavestment U^ VICTORY LOAN 7tey Finished Their Job Let's Finish Ours! • • • KST FOR yOU... And Make Your Quota BIG in the Victory Loan! If the Following Firms ami Individuals: PARAGON PAINT DISTRIBUTING CORP. 545 W. Flagler Street A. F. GIVEN—ACCOUNTANT Congress Building O. E. HENDRICKS—REALTOR 4186 S. W. 8th Street HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS 76 N. W. 14th Street HIPPODROME BAR 5 N. E. 2nd Avenue IMMACULATE CLEANERS 1448 Collins Aveenue KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO. Isle of Normandy LINCOLN FOOD MARKETS 3305 Douglas Road 650 S. Miami Avenue THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. 610 American Bank Building S. ERNEST PHILPITT & SON 36 N. Miami Avenue PINDER BROTHERS FISH MARKET 447 N. W. 14th Street SEMINOLE BAR 61 Hialeah Drive LTNICK AUTO PARTS 5100 N. W. 27th Avenue JOSEPH LUZI—TAILORING 2272 S. W. 8th Street MORRIS S. RUBIN 2420 Flamingo Drive SHANGRI LA RESTAURANT 15 N. E. 3rd Avenu e SOUTHERN ENGINEERING & METAL PRODUCTS 25 N. E. 17th Terrace STANDARD WINE & SPIRITS 47 N. W. 5th Street STUBBS SERVICE STATION 355 W. Flagler Street STYLECRAFT BAG MANUFACTURERS 1320 N. Miami Avenue TAMIAMI UPHOLSTERING CO. 2465 S. W. 8ih Street VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1425 %  20th Street MAULE INDUSTRIES 1136 N. W. 21st Avenue MELROSE BEAUTY SALON & BARBER SHOP 3400 N. W. 27th Avenue MERRILL-STEVENS DRY DOCK CO. 1270 N. W. Uth Street NORMANDY RESIDENT & DAY SCHOOL 1021 Biarritz Drive NORTON & McCORMICK 610 N. E. 2nd Avenue MRS. JOSEPH RAUCHWERGER 5840 Pine Tree Drive n r %  a %  I • I I i i(



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PAGE SIX +Jewisti Ik rid kin FRIDAY, NOVEMB ER „ 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 Port Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, J, 1879 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, November 2, 1945 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 44 HESHVAN 26, 5706 MORE PALESTINE RUMORS Every day brings its sheaf of new rumors with regard to Palestine. The latest is that Prime Minister Attlee and President Truman have agreed on a joint policy. By this, it is explained, it is not meant to imply that details of any specific program have been formulated, but rather the two nations will seek a solution which "must fit into the wider pattern of a settlement of the Jewish problem the world over." The first step, it is indjpated, will be the designation of a commission to ascertain how many refugees desire to go to Palestine and what are the prospects of their settlement in other parts of the world. In a sense, this is a Jewish gain in that Prime Minister Attlee has, at least, not announced that the White Paper will be sustained. But, in the larger sense, it does not seem to be any gain, but rather a move intended to bring about more delay. When tens of thousands of Jews are languishing in concentration camps, it seems scarcely the time to investigate how many want to come to Palestine. It has been indicated by any number of polls that almost all of them hope to go to Palestine— those who have any hope at all. The idea of exploring other possibilities for Jewish settlement—such as Algeria, can be regarded only as a base betrayal of the Jews. We know that these Jews are not welcomed in any other countries. Our own country will not take them. How can it ask other countries to admit them. The Reynolds News of London says very frankly that the governments are very anxious not to irritate the Arabs because of their oil interests in Saudi-Arabia. Apparently we have not learned much since the beginning of the atomic age. Oil and not humanity rules the world. We must leave no stone unturned and exert every effort to see that our government takes a definite affirmative stand on the Palestine white paper and the establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth. We ask our readers to write immediately to our Congressmen in Washington to support the new resolution in behalf of the Zionist objectives. iiy^'>>W^W^ W *^ W l '*'^^^^ BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 DlKeet of the mall received at Jewish Florldlan poet office box. UNWISE LEGISLATION In little more than a month, bars and beer, wine and package stores may be forced to close on Sundays if the Sunday shutdown ordinance receives a majority approval in its second reading at the city commission meeting Wednesday. The ordinance, which permits night clubs to sell alcoholic beverages between 5 p. m. Sunday and 2 a. m. Monday, was passed by a 3-2 vote in its first reading Oct. 18. Hotels with 50 or more rooms and restaurants with 4,000 square feet of space and seats for 200 persons are exempt from the regulation. The conseguences of this blue law are manifold and dangerous. Barring liguor sales in Miami certainly won't lead to abstinence if stores outside the city remain open. It will be nothing at all to hop in a car and get a drink across the causeway or "up the road a piece." But even if municipalities throughout the country—or throughout the state for that matter—adopt similar legislation, it is doubtful whether Sunday drinking would be curbed. On the contrary, the logical consequence would be an increase in the incidence of drinking No better historical parallel could be drawn than the outcome of post World War I prohibition. As in the twenties, open violation of the law would be rampant. It is popular psychology that we dote on doing exactly what we are told me may not do when it comes to the amenities of life. Furthermore, while the stores will be forced to close, bars in night clubs, hotels and restaurants will be permitted to open on Sunday afternoons and evenings. Do the city commissioners believe that Mimians will get less inebriated in night clubs j or hotels or restaurants than they would in bars? Liquor is just as potent no matter where served. A major fault with the ordinance lies in its latent threat to the Jewish community. Assuming that there will be violations of the ordinance, it is not too far-fetched to further assume that many cranks and supporters of the measure will single out the Jewish bar owner as the lawbreaker. A play on the old statistical game: Jewish people seem to own most of the bars—bar owners violate city ordinance—ergo, Jewish people are the major offenders. The syllogism sounds ridiculous, but it's just the sort of reasoning that results from hasty thinking or malicious intent. There are some who will laugh the threat off as a mere fantasy. But the more realistic will recognize the pernicious aspect of the ordinance and speak their voice to block its passage before the damage is done. 1 y |M< WW W ^^i^^ ^^*' Jewish Palestine built 48 new colonies during the war Back from six weeks' tour of Palestine, Judge Bernard A. Rosenblatt, president, Keren Hayesod, says Arabs and Jews can live together peacefully if Britain lives up to terms of Palestine mandate 250,000 New Yorkers pledged solidarity with Jewish Palestine at mass meeting last week Zionist Emergency council demands immediate clarification of announced American policy to consult Arab states before final decision on Palestine 10,000 more British troops expected in Haifa Mrs. Alice Goldmark Brandeis, widow of the late justice, willed $90,000 to Hadassah New York longshoremen set aside strike temporarily to load 70,000 pounds of clothing sent to Europe by the Vaad Hatsala-Rehabilitation WB. with religious and hospitality centers in Paris. Rheims-Rouen, LeHavre, Frankfurt and Heidelburg, plans additional facilities in Bremen, Munich and Berlin Plight of 15.000 Jewish refugees in Italy is worse than that of displaced persons in Germany and Austria, says Chaplain Aaaron Paperman, just returned after two years' service there Former Hitler prison at Landsberg converted into first slaughterhouse for kosher beef in Germany Bodies of 512 victims of Nazis, mostly Hungarian Jews, unearthed in Czechoslovakia Repatriation of 150.000 Polish Jews from USSR now going on. Aaron W. Davis, president of New Rochelle's Temple Israel, is first individual to create foundation to pay premium on rabbis' pension policy Los Angeles Sanitorium plans $2,100,000 building Saadie Gclb, delegate to World Youth conference now being held in London, is now secretary of recently-established English-speaking section of Paole Zion, Jewish labor group Eternal Light will dramatize life of Lillian Wald, founder of Henry street settlement, Sunday, 11 a. m. over WIOD Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare funds to vote on national advisory budgeting at 1946 convention Yeshiva college reports new course in audio-visual education in teachers' institute Dr. Ernst Boris Chain. Jewish refugee biologist, named cowinner of 1945 Nobel prize for physiology and medicine for work in developing penicillin TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER Mdctfy Confidential .By PHINEAS J. BIRON PERSONALLY SPEAKING (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) meeting of the Miami Beach Temple No. 43, 8. p. m. Tuesday. Nov. 13, at 617 Collins ave. The Miami Service League will make its monthly trip to the Biltmore hospital Wednesday evening with bingo games, refreshments and prizes for the convalescent soldiers Tri Beta's Sadie Hawkins' Day dance will bring the Lil Abner comic strip to life tomorrow night at the Miami Y Twenty-five cents is the admission to a bingo game that will be given by the Loyalty club, Emunah chapter, OES. Wednesday evening at N. W. 11th ave. and 63rd st. The Emanon club is planning a dance at the Police Benevolent association hall for Nov. 18. Dave Tyler and his orchestra will supply the music Mrs. Isidor Cohen, representing Jewish charities, and Mrs. Nat L. Williams. National Council of Jewish Women, are among the directors of the Miami branch of Needlework Guild of America ... THE BABY PARADE Mrs. Joseph F. Rose gave birth to a son Monday in Jackson Memorial hospital. Proud pappa, of course, is the Beach Center's campaign director Jerome Bauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney S. Bergson, 126 N. E. Third ave., was born Oct. 12 Dennis Neal, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kronenfeld, 2441 Tigertail rd., Oct. 11 ... Iris Irwinna, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Allen Rothstein. 1438 Alton rd.. Oct. 8 Play Safe! Be Patriotic! Be American! Subscribe to the Great Victory Loan Drive now m progress. HAPPY ENDING .... A couple of columns ago we told you about Lt. Isadore Oslick of Philadelphia, who had been unjustly convicted of murder in Bavaria. Oslick, you remember, was sentenced to 30 years' imprisonment. ... In a letter to Joe Brainin, Mrs. Oslick now writes: "I know that you would be glad to share in the good news and would join us in our happiness as you did in our anxiety. ... I want you to know the contents of a cablegram just received from my husband. Lt. Isadore Oslick. ... It reads: 'I have been cleared. ... Am awaiting reassignment. Please stop investigation at home'." Congratulations to Secretary Patterson for his quick action. WAR RECORD .... The photographic exhibit sponsored by the Council Against Intolerance in America is a swell job. ... One of the featured personalities in the section "Jews in World War II" is Sgt. Irving Strobing, who tapped out the last message sent from Corregidor before that fortress fell. Dr. Daniel Poling reveals that out of a total of 860,000 New Yorkers inducted into the armed forces during the war 250,000 were Jews. This means approximately 30 per cent. Quite a record. REPORT .... Ex-Senator Reynolds' "Nationalist Party" is encountering stormy weather You are most probably aware that one of Reynolds' chief fund solicitors for his party is none other than Joe McWilliams, the notorious pro-Nazi We're told that a number of Chambers of Commerce in key cities throughout America have issued warnings against Reynolds' fundraising activities. Walter Winchell has accepted columnist John O'Donnell's "apology' and called it a complete retraction However, O'Donnell did not in any way apologize for his nasty, antiSemitic implications against Justice Frankfurter,, David Niles and Sidney Hillman O'Donnell merely admitted that his facts were wrong He showed no repentance for having labeled these Jewish leaders "foreign-born leaders" and a Latvian ex-rabbinical student How could you, Walter? The Devin-Adair Company announces a book by Elmer Berger, executive director of the American Council for Judaism. Inc. Rabbi Berger's book is called "The Jewish" Dilemma" and deals—of course—with "the errors of Zionism" Incidentally, the Council"s Information Bulletin states that 750,000 Jewish refugees have found "new homes, temporary or permanent," in countries outside of Palestine ... We wonder which countries these ar Very little publicity £5 L; • given to the interesting tL^ a special Hebrew deomJ?* has been set up in the it J^' for. the Study of Orienta "2** scripts at Tashkent. Sovefr sia ... Isn't it strange ha t£ Hebraists, who comnbi* } bitterly about the 7& a Hebrew in the Soviet?" 0 have made so little of th&S 1 I nificant event?? SPREADER'S GUIDE It is not true that'Preside Truman refused to clear HI 8 Morgenthau's book ''&2?7 Our Problem." as rcowW Drew Pearson No P £ri> of the United States coSg 0 his function to censor book m? less they use state documet without permission B? ever some of the widely m£ cated columnists are short* material they think up a star, about Maxim Litvmov r2 latest canard is by ham* Walker, who "predicts' that L? ymov is expected to take ami the diplomatic spotlight fraj Molotov There's nothing tj this, of course Maxim Lit vinov unfortunately is a sick man who by his own choice pre. fers to stay m the background The first issue of The Coir. mentary, published by the American Jewish Committee under the editorship of Eliot 1 Cohen, is impressive, and a definite improvement over the Contemporary Jewish Record HOW ABOUT IT, MR. FORD?., Henry Ford will not answer the demand of the Friends i Democracy that he dissociate himself from the use South American anti-Semites make of his name But the fact nevertheless is true that Ford by his silence strengthens the antiSemitic Fascists in Latin America .. And, incidentally, if you want the low-down on John Bugas, who has replaced Harrv Bennett as the chief of the Ford personnel department, read Albert E. Kahn's revelation on that gentleman, published over a year ago. ABOUT PEOPLE Orchids to Mrs. Bert Goldstein of the Jewish Pioneer Women's Organization She is the moving spirit in the project to erect a memorial to A. H. Friedland, the late Hebrew educator of Cleveland, in one of the new colonies in the Negev, in Palestine A. H. Friedland was one of the rare selfless—and therefore relatively known—builders of Hebrew culture in America Congratulations to Isaac Carmel, modest but effective Zionist worker, on his sixtieth birthday Jack Levine and Charles Keegan, who are opposing candidates for the New York City Council, are close friends who fought side by side in Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge... Congress Women Pledge Million Dollar Bond Goal A one million dollar quota in the Victory bond was pledged by the women's division, American Jewish Congress, at a meeting Monday. Mrs. Rose Weiss is Mrs. Louis Gluur chairman of the drive for th group which sold SI. 128,000 in the previous campaign. "We prayed for peace, now we must pay for it." was the statement of Maj. Bert Bank, survivor of the infamous Bataan march of death, in his speech to the women. Maj. Bank, who is recovering part of his sight lost in J prison camps, stressed that victory loan funds will be usedIW rehabilitation and h 3 P lta "f' tion of servicemen and women. Pledges for one thousand dollar bond purchases were rnaae by Dr. and Mrs. Charles; I. Hjw and the Mesdames Michael K nold. Maxim Hershcy. Sol Lesi and Louis Glasser. ,. Mrs. Glasser, chairman i Miami Beach Women s organ zations during the Victory ^ was introduced at the meet !" by Mrs. Sol H. Leslie, preside" of the AJC women. Mrs. Glasser was hostess a tea to over 70 president* bond chairmen of wornen^^ ganizations Friday. m. ^t gathering, she announcea she would follow the jjfl ranks" which .women*" s ers may earn in the.Vic oo tf mada. These range frw „ bonds for the rank of ^ 200 for the rarikofjdmira 1 Silence assure victory! Talk can defeat— II



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PAGE TWO *Jewisti ticridlkin CENTER WOMEN HOLD GARDEN TEA PARTY The first membership tea of the current season, sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, will be held 1:30 p. m. Thursday in the garden of Mrs. Abraham Goodman's home, 3355 Flamingo dr. Mrs. Nat H. Hankoff is chairman of the tea. Highlights of the Sisterhood's activities will be reported. Greetings will be given by Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, president, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Lehrman, program chairman, will present Mrs. Harold Turk, monologist and Joseph Schrcibman, pianist The membership committee which has planned the affair includes Mrs. Bertram Scheuer, co-chairman. Mrs. Charles Kimmel, Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, Mrs. B. Max, Mrs. Morris Newmark. Mrs. Nathan Stiefel, Mrs. Al Osheroff, Mrs. B. Glazcr. Mrs. William Bernstein, Mrs. Samuel Katz, Mrs. Archie Brick. Mrs. Alfred Stone. Mrs. Samuel Linton, Mrs. Samuel Oka. Mrs. David Sonnenblick, Mrs. Arthur Klein, Mrs. Irving Firtel and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose. Hostesses at the affair on Thursday afternoon will be Miss Lillian Danziger, Mrs. M. S. Rubin, Mrs. Samuel Friedland, Mrs. Isadore Newman, Mrs. Ira Walsey, Mrs. Joseph Berman and Mrs. William Feuer. Admission is free. BB WOMEN TO GIVE GARDEN PARTY "Bring a guest and be a guest" Is the theme of the garden-game party and tea to be held by B'nai B'rith Women at the home of Mrs. Sam Blank. 321 East Lido dr, 1 p. m. Monday, Nov. 15. Mrs. Frarices Herman is chairman of the tea. Miss Sara J. Grossman, president of the Fifth district, was guest speaker at a meeting of the group Thursday evening. On Friday she was honored by the board of the Women's organization and officers of the men's groups at a luncheon. Saturday afternoon. Miss Grossman conducted a forum with representatives from B'nai B'rith girls' groups at a tea at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle. The Great Victory Loan Drive is now in progress. Lot's all get behind it and put it over quickly and surely. PERSONALLY SPEAKING ON THE PARTY LINE Mr and Mrs. Nathan Adelman have invited friends ot tne family to a reception at the Tides hotel Sunday evening in honor of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Coverman. The couple returned to Miami last week to make their home here after spending a month in New York with Mr. Coverman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Coverman. Mr. Coverman has been released from the service after three years' duty, 20 months of which he spent in the European theater. He was awarded two bronze stars, two Purple Hearts and five major battle stars. Formerly a pfc, he returned to the country in September. ... A recent party honored AMM 2-c Harry Alexander who has returned to Miami after five years in the Navy, the last year of which he served in Pearl Harbor. Mr. Alexander will make his home here with his wife and two children. The party also honored Mrs. Joseph Cline, who came here from Boston with her baby Bill Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wilson, celebrated his 16th birthday at his home, 1944 S. W. 16th st., Sunday. Twenty-seven friends were his guests at the buffet supper and dance Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno, 744 Michigan ave., celebrated their 20th anniversary last Friday Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Paay, 1730 15th st., entertained friends at their home on Oct. 19 on the occasion of their 15th anniversary Larry Higgins has opened his Brown Derby roadhouse after severa months during which the restaurant was redecorated Rabbi Uri Felshin, president of the Mizrachi Men's group, returned from New York this week Alfred Elliot, 1540 Jefferson ave., are back from Gotham city where he spent a two weeks' vacation Leonard Finkel flew into town by plane from New York last week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Finkel, 4115 Pine Tree dr. Mr. and Mis. Herman Leiberman have opened their home at 1713 Lenox ave. after being in Brooklyn since May ... Mr. and Mrs. Samuel .Gurss, 561 N E 68th st., have returned from their summer home in Avon Lake, Ohio. During their four month trip, they visited relatives in Cleveland, Youngstown, and Lorraine, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. B. Feld have moved here from New York city and are living at 639 West ave. Mrs. Feld is the sister of Mrs. Rose Weiss of the same address Miss Betty Goldberg will arrive Monday from Cleveland to spend a few weeks ago with Miss Shirley Mandel TO THE FOUR CORNERS Honolulu bound is Miss Diana Jaffee, formerly secretary to Judge Harold Spaet. Miss Jaffee left Saturday to accept a civil service post in the Hiwaiian capital. Several of her friends from the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith women gave her a bon voyage party before her departure Mrs. Walter A. Levine and her baby daughter, Leslie Ellen, will leave soon to join First Lt. Levine in Puerto Rico where he expects to be stationed for a while Chaplain idian ave., is in "fair" condition Saul Kraft left for Mitchel Field, at St. Francis hospital after be£2i M~ Wr yCS M T u a y u • Mn infi irriurcd in a car "ashed on and Mrs. Myron Miller have moMacArthur causcwav last Thurstored to California Mrs. George Feller Mr. and and Mrs. day week On the sick list this were Lewis Green and Nathan Alexander are spending Mrs Georee Chertkof Mrs Sunday for New Haven, Conn. Miss Beatrice Keppler. B'nai B'rith secretary, is spending three weeks with her parents in New York F. E. Stern is spending several days in New Gladys Silverblatt, education student, was one of 305 girls at Florida State College for Women who were formally granted the privilege of wearing the TEMPLE LADIES PLAN INTERFAITH TEA Members of the Temple Israel Sisterhood are inviting their non-Jewish friends to an interfaith meeting and tea to be given by the Sisterhood 2 p. m. Monday at the Temple. The program will consist of a review of Harry Emerson Fosdick's ."On Being a Real Person" by Edward Clarke and piano selections bv Witold Turkiewicz. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan will give the invocation and Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will deliver the benediction. Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan will give a religious thought for the month. Continuing the new hostess plan of the Sisterhood which has been inaugurated by its president, Mrs. Leonard Epstein, a tea was recently held at the home of the November chairman, Mrs. Harry Boyell, to formulate plans for the month s activities. Assisting Mrs. Boyell as cochairmen are Mrs. Louis Boyell, publicity; Mrs. Henry Kauffman. Sabbath candle lighting; Mrs. Marvin Freedman and Mrs. Jerome Freehling, refreshments; Mrs. N. D. Raff and Mrs. George Adler, program. The monthly hostess committee chooses a member of its group to light the Sabbath candles at the Friday evening services at Temple Israel, and Mrs. Malvin Lichter, the hospitality chairman for the year, has been selected to light the candles tonight. Pouring at the tea table Monday will be Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs. Saul H. Appelbaum, Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, and Mrs. Harold Spaet. The members who were present at the tea held at Mrs. Boyell's home and who will act as the hostess committee for November Sisterhood activities are: Mrs. L. Altmeyer, Mrs. Saul B. Appelbaum, Mrs. S. Augustine, Mrs. Joseph Bass. Mrs. J. Damenstein, Mrs. Morris Dubler, Mrs. J. Epstein, Mrs. Larry Fay, Mrs. Herbert Feibelman, Miss H. Feirstein. Mrs. Harry Feldman, Mrs. Oscar Fleischer. Mrs. B. Friedman, Mrs. Louis Gillman, Mrs. Roy Gindy, Mrs. Ida Goldberg, Mrs. Edward Golden, Mrs. Max Goldstein, Mrs. A. Green, Mrs. Edward Greenwood, Mrs. Henry Hirsch, Mrs. Nathan Levine, Mrs. Sam Luby. Members of Temple Israel who wish to celebrate a special occasion such as a birthday, anniversary or the homecoming of a serviceman may have such occasion commemorated on Friday evening at the Temple following the services, by calling Mrs. Edward Golden, 2-2160. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER •> VETS' COMMITTED ORGANIZED HERE Formation of a Veteran mittee was reported atttSV?* er Miami Army-Navy 2E2S* meeting Tuesday by L n > man, executive scc'rctatV C*P absence of E. M?x "%3 chairman of the commuft committee will make a ELk the services it will be S o! handle at the next SUfi the Array-Navy group mg At the same time, Irvino c u war records field worker rtS JWB in the southern wL* mended the Miami War L25 committee, headed by Nat R v on its work to date and sr2 the need for continued effortta obtain an accurate picture nh£ Jewish men and women in 2 service. "* Maurice Grossman, AMOA. director of the town 2 named co-chairman of the %, Records committee, at a wJZ Monday night at which the eoS mittee planned a renewed


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PAGE FOURTEEN vJewisfi noridiairi MISS ROSENTHAL TO WED COAST GUARDSMAN A romance which began at a USO dance at the Miami Y has culminated in the engagement of Miss Evelyn Rosenthal to Coast Guard Petty Officer Leon Silverman. The betrothal was announced by Miss Rosenthal's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal. 1502 N. E. First ave.. following Mr. Silverman"s arrival Sunday. Son of Mrs. Samuel Silverman. Morristown, N. J., he recently returned to the country after serving in Greenland for one year. Miss Rosenthal was graduated from Miami Senior Higli school and her fiancee from Munistown Senior High. He also attended Essi \ County Vocational eld, N. J. DurA... Miss Rosenthal was active in Red Cross and USO work, N s b) en set for the Mr. Silverman is I back to his son* ; ime next % %  RIC WOMEN TO HEAR TWO BOOK REVIEWS BEACH ZIONISTS ELECT BOARD Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review Lester Cohen's "Coming Home" and J. B. Priestly's "Three Men in New Suits" for members of the Women's division of the American Jewish Congress next Friday at 1:45 p. m. in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. Sol H. Leslie, president will hold an executive board meeting at her home. 3114 Prairie ave.. Monday at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Max Meisel and Mrs. Lawrence Colin are co-chairmen for the affair Friday. They will be assisted by the Mesdames Emanuel Baskind, Archie Brick. Benjamin Kohn, Louis Glasser, The oil ore Firestone, Jerome Kimball, Leonard Kimball, Arthur Klein, Leon Kronish, S. H. Leslie. E. Lesowodi r, Murray Lee Mever, Ji is< ph Hose. Philip Salmon, Randolph SheHe] : v Silbei licht, E W M RJ b • iwvitz and Clara Go! COMMANDER RETURNS TO MEDICAL PRACTICE toi M B Zionist li eci ntly are Benjamin Brick, Jack Burlore Bet man, Leonard B Broad, Charles Bender, Harry Cornblum, Leon .1. Ell, Jaki F< It, William Feuer, Mayi B. Frankel. Jacob Fishman. Abe Goodman. Isidore Goldberg. Sam Goodman, Emanuel Goldstrich, Nathan Glosser, Sam Horenstein, Nathaniel Klein. R a b n I Leon Kronish. Louis Krenskv. Dr. M. A. Kugel. Dr. M. A. Lipkind, William Lcsowoder. Sam Lackman. Oscar Lelchuk. Sol Leslie, Harrv Miller. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Harry Magid, Louis Miller, Harry Platoff. Raymond Rubin. Leon Robinson, Mathew SilVerstein, Harold Spaet, Dr. Z. I. Sabshin. Sam Sapiro. Dr. S. G. Schneider. Alex Van Straaten, Bruno Weil, Harrv Zukernick, A. E. Wolfe and Milton Mannheimer. Ha\ ;•; x s n ed fi ..• %  51 ars as a iliL:; surgeon in the Navy with tin : f ciimmander, I):'. niel M. Levm. formerly of op< in >i ins office temporarily in the First National Bank building. A specialist in ear, nose, throat and bronchoscopy work. Dr. Levin developed the medical department at Richmond Naval An station where he was senior medical officer. He was also chief of the eye. ear nose and throat department at the U. S. Naval hospital at Parris Island S. C. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, he interned at Temple university. He lives with his wife and two sons. Barry David and Joel Murrav, at 1948 S.W. 21st st. OPA CHIEF TO SPEAK AT COUNCIL LUNCH Dr. James S. Thomas, district OPA director, will speak on "Reconversion and Postwar Planning" at the opening luncheon M the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women, Wednesday, 12:30 p. m., at the Beach Cabana club. 4323 Collins ave. Mrs. Sidney Weintraub is in charge of the program. S*ggs The Finest in French Cuisine Steaks and Chops Are Best Quality Great Variety of Foods Wofford Terrace DINING ROOM Collins Ave. at 24th Street Miami Beach on the Ocean Phone 5 6891 Chicken.ln. Pot Sea Foods Prime Ribs of Beef All the Best Under Direct Supervision of Tony Barrero, As In the Past 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 make hats from your own fabric to go with your suit or dress. MAX STERN Max "stern, prominent social welfare executive, has heen appointed director oi the Community Relations %  ent of the National Refugee Service. Mr. Stei n has been i xecutive director of the Jewish Welfare Federation and Jewish i S bureau in Syracuse for the past i The NRS : ii,'il he will head mainti itact with 1 o c a 1 nee committees in 900 cities and towns throughout the country, aidii em in the work of adjusting new Americans, HAGLER TO CONCLUDE MARRIAGE J.ECTURES Final lecture in a series of four talks on successful marriage will concern the social side of marriage Tuesday evening. 8:15 p.m.. at the Miami Y. Dr. Albert Dale Haglcr, minister of the Brvan Memorial Methodist church, is the speaker. Hurdles and trouble spots in matrimony and the subject of in-laws will be among the topics discussed of Dr. Haglcr. An open forum will follow the lecture. % % % % % %  LET "^ % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  """^ CLEAN YOUR CARPETS UPHOLSTERY! Process Includes: • Moth Proofing Deodorizing • Mildew Proofing Rugs Processed on Floor Dry in 3 Hours—No shrinkage An Exclusive Process Not Shampooing ATR SERVICE CO. 66 N. E. 50th Terrace PHONE 78-1961 TUOJTU. for REST CONVALESCEHd •wCMftoNicGksa un-RayPark ealthResort I 'OS SOOUJTi •4is\Mt W UtClN 'IVfO.l riCUiQA f\ t r. Tome r-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-i "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" WE imcuiLV KNEsarr TME MAJOfJTT Of NNTKM Kwtsu nmui INKS fn/smalan Clodl, furnuhW on Keaunf SEIVINC MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish VETERAN OPENS MEDICAL OFF ICE Opening of his office at 403 Olympia building has been announced by Dr. Solas Low. recently discharged from the Army after two and one half years as a captain. Dr. Low, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Low. has had extensive experience in New York hospitals where he did general surgery for 13 years. He has been affiliated with the Jewish hospital. Beth Moses. Sydenham, Hospital for Chronic Diseases. Hospital for Joint Diseases and the Coney Island and Gouvernier hospitals. A graduate of New York Bellevue Medical school, he interned at Harlem hospital and Central Islip, a New York state institution. He took his premedical work at the University of Florida and studied pioctology at the New York I'olyclinic. He has taken several courses in pathology at the New York Graduate school. Dr. Low's wife, a high school teacher in New York, expects to come to Miami soon. ANGLERS CLUB PLAN ANNUAL DINNER Miami Beach Anglers' club will install officers at their fifth annual dinner dance to be held at Lilley's restaurant! Biscayne blvd., Nov. 1!). Reservations maybe made John Gross, chairman • if entertainment, at 3-5329 during tile day or 5-7249 at night. Proceeds from the dinner will be allocated to the sportsmen"s building fund. Officers to be installed are Max Rosenfeld, president Dr. T. William Lippman, vice president: Walter Bauer, treasurer, and Edward J. Weinstein. secretary. Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. A double celebrating planned by Freehi M \S Post, No. ]74. Jewlu^'ko^ erans, for Nov. ,?? £ Bion will be Armi'ticH 1 **\ the regular tai-mon hlv av *\ cade sponsored bv l ^ William Kresner, chi* *H the motorcade commit? 1 nouhces. l mmitt w £ Eighty-six wounded %  ) yalescent soldiers were „ d he post Sunday T h U H taken from the V,H„, y *-.ut Dec. 13. IMS IOS. L PLUMMER FUNERAL DIRECTOR Specializing .... IN SOUTHWEST PROPERTIES The I. S. SHAPOFF Organization has sold over a million dollars of residential > property the past six months If you are interested in Selling your Home Buying a Home Real Estate Investments SEE OR CALL I. S. SHAPOFF, Realtor 27SS South West 27th Avenue Phone 4-7027


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--T3SS ^ FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1945 Jewistfkridlian PAGE NINE Zionism and The Council FLORIDIAN CONTINUES MONISM SYMPOSIUM Continuing the. m**** £2 the Jewish Floridian this ^'k presents articles written 1 Abraham Cannes and Her ht U Feibelman for their respective organizations on the ^hiect "Zionism and Amer£; These are the sec •'rfd *n a series of four discussions. COUNCILS' POINT OF VIEW (By Herbert U. Feibelman) This subject, assigned to me, cpnds me into the arena apparently to make the bland assertion that if a resident of the United States is a Zionist he is not a good American. I have abundant reasons for not falling into such a trap. First and foremost I have no authority to challcn^" the Americanism of ardent leaders in the Zionist camp. The fact is that in this free land any one has the right, aided and abetted by charitable neighbors, to work for the political rehabilitation of any land, Palestine included. I shall base my contentions on grounds that are wholly impersonal. It is difficult in these troublous times to define a Zionist. If we say that a Zionist is an adherent of the Jewish faith who regards the Balfour declaration as his magna charta, we do not embrace those who originally welcomed its pronouncement or latter day adherents who have grossly distorted it in the reckless appeal for unlimited immigration to Palestine. The Balfour declaration itself needed definition. Repeated were the attempts to explain its meaning. Even now those who would create a union of church and state by imposing a Jewish political commonwealth forget the memorable words of the declaration itself, which insisted that "nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing nonJewish communities in Palesline, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in other countries." In this good hour, we non-conformists have been villified and read out of Jewry because, forsooth, we have deigned to say that the Arabs and Christians and other non-Jewish inhabitants of Palestine should be considered in the establishment of any political government created there. Wilson's Definition President Wilson undertook to find a satisfying definition of the Zionist objective through the King-Crane commission, and for the benefit of our present zealous subscribers to Zionist aspirations, I quote that commission: "A national home for the Jewish people is not equivalent to making Palestine into a Jewish State." I have read the Zionists' memorandum to Secretary of State Byrnes. This adds confusion to confusion. President Roosevelt, for his pronouncement in correspondence with King Ibn Saud, and Secretary Byrnes, for his reiteration of Mr. Roosevelt's assurances, are both belabored, whereas both statements, I submit, follow the very policy enunciated by Mr. Balfour twentveight years ago. If the Zionists' memorandum embodies the creed of the present-day Zionism, then I must answer the question whether the Zionists' belief in and labors for unlimited immigration to Palestine are inconsistent with the obligations of American citizenship. Whether I believe that the revocation of the White Paper means a denial of "the last hope for individual and national rehabilitation," must then be the determinative question. I submit that the history of the Zionist movement discloses that the Zionists have today gone far afield from the original concepts of the movement. No less an authority than Dr. Weizmann himself, in speaking of the employment of Palestine as a refuge from Russian atrocities, said: "We have never built our Zionist movement on the sufferings of our people in Russia or elsewhere. These sufferings were never the cause of Zionism." He defined the national striving of Jewry NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343 For a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner — Go to the OCEAN VIEW HOTEL Kosher "i v s Restaurant 158 Ocean Drive — Miami Beach For Reservations Phone 5-9462 HERBERT'S RESTAURANT 2200 WEST FLAGLER STREET Operated by David and Florence Schiller ... Formerly at Howard DII'I KlaKler Street Store Serving full course Meals at Moderate Prices Herbert's Supremo Ice Cream made on premises. All Meals Prepared under the Supervision of the Popular I, Leb Of Miami Beach ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand itl Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beef Pastrami Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PH0NE 2Slil to bo—"a national center, a na%  '£"?! home with a national Jewish life." Responsibility of U. S. Such an objective must be considered in the light of presentday conditions, and the responsibility which would be imposed on our country if the United States undertook to insist upon unlimited immigration to Palestine. It would run counter to the very words of the Balfour declaration itself. It would call for the use of American arms. As an American. I desire peace, and, like Mr. Roosevelt, I hate war. I am deeply concerned also with the emotional insistence upon the creation or re-creation of a Jewish nation. If I assert that such insistence runs counter to the American way of life. I shall be instantly confronted with reference to the great Brandeis. I shall be asked: "Do you consider him a good American?" It is true that he became an articulate Zionist after his appointment to the Supreme Court. Nevertheless, he saw no conflict between his status as an American and his adherence to the principles laid down by Mr. Balfour himself. I am asked: "Are Americans of Danish extraction regarded as good Americans because they wish to rebuild Denmark?" I can give only the answer which Zionists expect. But such answer is a far cry from the argument that I should stand for a union of Jewish state and the Jewish religion. Some Zionists avoid this issue by blandly stating to me that they have no religion! Even the great Brandeis was affiliated with no American Jewish house of worship. I admit a want of Zionist learning and profoundity. for I understand only the simple philosophy of Abraham Lincoln. He it was who said: "This country with its institutions belongs to the people who inhabit it." That goes for Palestine. It goes for America. I am one of millions of plain people to whom America belongs. I, too, belong to America. I am an American. My faith is Jewish. I am a national only of America, and any attempt to burden that loyalty with conditions conflicts with this great treasure of free men— Americanism. President Roosevelt and other non-Jewish leaders in and out of Congress, who have given their charitable blessing to the changing Zionist cause, have never undertaken to depart from the understandable words of President Lincoln. They are good enough for me, and some day the Zionists, the political Zionists, will find that these words will be good enough for them. A soldier attending services in Where is the Jewish flag?" I said: "It has taken no stand on Zionism. This institution Is concerned with the Jewish religion and the members have only one flag—the American flag, which you see on the altar." ZIONISTS' POINT OF VIEW (By A. P. Gannes) Of the Four Freedoms enunciated by the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Freedom from Fear is the most intangible. Fear is a condition in the subconscious mind and not easily eradicated. For centuries. Jews have been subject to fear—fear | of "Ma Yomru Hagoyim" (what will other men say). What's the Real Basis for Antagonism to Zionism? The antagonism to Zionism, in the opinion of the writer, is based on two principles: 1) That there will arise a conflict between the responsiity of the Jew to a Jewish home and his allegiance toward the state in which he is a citizen. The struggle for emancipation in Europe in the 19th century left an indelible mark on the Jews. Having struggled very hard for the attainment of his political emancipation, the Jew devtla Jewish house of worship accosted me and asked: "How does this place stand on Zionism? oped a certain nervousness and fear concerning his ability to hold on to it. The Jew felt that in return for this emancipation an exorbitant price had to be paid. The price was an exaggerated nationalist ardor toward his country of adoption. This meant the emasculation of historic Judaism. The Jews began to speak of themselves as Germans or Frenchmen or Englishmen of the Mosiac faith. This feature of insecurity was further increased by the charges of antiSemites that the Jews are an "imperium in imperio" —that is, a state within a state. To prove to the world at large that this was an absolutely false accusation, the theory of integration was developed. Of course, this was a long time before the rise of modern political Zionism. For every person interested in the success or failure of such integra tion "Germany's Stepchildren" is must reading. 2) The second guiding principle of antagonists to Zionism is the sincere fear that Zionism and patriotic citizenship are incompatible. (Continued on Page 11) %  iponpm 'SK HJW •** Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslcy 1520 S. W. Sth 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 Free Estimates Given J. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 DIXIE RECAPPING Ceitified Recapping with SEIBERLING materials. Quality construction and economy..Rrompt service. Come In we'll tell you frankly if your tires should be recapped. And .we'll .repair small cuts and bruises before they do real damage. 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i.'.;::.^?; r^::*.S*£^ro$£*^3$*$ ;&?? i^e? ^^^^^^^H '* NOVEMBER 2, 1945 *JewistFhrSctkin PAGE FIVE (Editor's note: This letter Ji written by Irving Pont. citrnqn 1-c, on Oct. 12 from ffiawa, shortly after the Son to his brother, Leon a,d Irving, son of Mrs. Sadie Pont has been in the service about 15 months and overseas f Q D r six months. Before enterine the Navy, he was on the irst string football team at Miami High school .) I Dear Linky, I guess everybody at home is nrettv worried as nobody has I heard from me in quite awhile. Linky. what I've lived through l in the last couple of days since Oct 9 I can ^t on my knees and prav to God. We aboard ship I were never so scared and close I to death as we were on the day of Oct. 9 when the worst typhoon in 20 years hit in this area. K was a 150-knot wind. We were Irving Pont [anchored real good during the early part of the typhoon. Then I a 7.200-ton Liberty ship rammed us and put a big hole in us and I broke our anchor chain. We 'were then underway and visibility was about 100 feet. All the seams started splitting aili wc were swimming in oil. Then he got shipwrecked on reefs. We are still here waiting for help. We have about 200 gallons of water aboard. I haven't washed or changed clothes. The ones I got on are still soaked in oil. You can just scrape oil and dirt off my body. Linkv, it's too much to write about in a letter. I'll tell you all about when I get home or when I have lots of time. All I can sav is thank God I'm alive and everybody aboard ship is line. You'll probably hear about the typhoon on the radio. I have to sign off now as there is lots of work to be done if we ever plan to get off of these reefs. Don't worry. Your brother. Irv. """Si ^J? !" !" !" !" !" Supported by Great., Miami Jewi* Federation Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Man in Service Of The Jewish Welfare Board SERVICE i 111 PARADE! Borkin Finds Religion In Cargo Hold Services Master Sergeant Burnett Roth was discharged from the Army Saturday after three years' service at Fort McClelland and Camp Bland ing. Mr. Roth was president of B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge in 1942. Pfc. Paul Katx. whose mother, Mrs. Celia T. Katz, lives on Washington ave., will return with the 31st division, now in the Pacific, sometime in December. In his 36 months as an infantryman. Katz has participated in three major Pacific campaigns. He holds the Asiaticpacific and Philippines liberation ribbons, two battle stars, the Bronze invasion arrowhead and ine combat infantryman badge. Second Lt. Milton R. Singer, Washington ave., has been Placed on inactive service. Second Lt. Joseph Hirsch. 1009 Meridian ave., was released by the AAF after three and a half .vears service. Also discharged > s Cap!. Alvin G. Lipsich. 1027 gelid ave. Staff Sgt. Roberl oiumberg. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blumberg, 730 Pennsylvania ave.. is being processed at 22S? bop N C.. after six months as AAF tail gunner in hit p ? ciflc Sgi. WUliam F. RoafV25 Ber student at the IT. w Florida, has been discharged atter serving as a member of a bomb,n R squadron. Hts parents. at iJS, d „ Mr8 L B Rohan, live at 1432 S.W. 11 ter. Somewhere in the Pacific aboard the USS Chilton, the Congregation Beth El Chilton was formed last February. In a letter to the San Francisco Jewish Welfare board, Ensign Albert Borkin describes the services held on the ship. A copy of the letter was snt to Mrs. Rose Borkin of Hialeah. Portions of it follow: ... Our first service was beautiful and the spirit which prevailed was so sincere and real that it is next to impossible to describe it. We Jewish boys have derived a great benefit from our services and it is our desire to impart, in what small way we can, these benefits to those of you at home, and to our fellow servicemen, many of whom do not have the opportunity to attend Hebrew services regularly. Twenty-two men were present at our first service, amongst whom was the ship's Chaplain and an Italian soldier who was an inseparable buddy of a Jewish boy and they both went to each others' church services. Our congregation was composed of 16 ship's company officers and men, and four Jewish passengers. We were extremely fortunate in having Daniel Goldstein, F 1-c, from Revere. Mass.. with us, as he sang in a choir during the High Holidays before his enlistment, and he became our "chazin" by popular acclaim. The Chaplain delivered the sermon and I was the Reader, whose job it is to read the English text of the sermon. Skepticism at First At first there was a feeling of skepticism with regard to our success with the first service. Only a few of the men could read Hebrew, but after singing a few lines of "Sholem Alechem" all doubt disappeared and there prevailed a feeling of comfort and solidarity brought about by everyone eventually joining in the singing. Most of us were in the category of "Holiday Jews" and did not attend the synagogue regularly, and when the occasion arose for us to go to "Schule" on a holiday, it sometime appeared meaningless. We could dress up and go to Schule for a few hours, most of which time is usually spent "chewing the fat." We finally found an answer to the meaningless services which we attende in civilian life. Aboard ship, we had to improvise everything. The services are held in a cargo hold, whichever one is empty at the time services are to be held. Our first service was held in a hold half full of cargo loading nets. We used two large spools upon which wire cable is rolled for an altar. The spools were covered with a flag, and the Chaplain let us use a Navy chaplains kit which he had. However, it was not equipped with a "Moken David" so Ben Druckman, division almost curred while the 77th was aboard, which was too amazing to be considered coincidental. We participated in the invasion of Okinawa and surrounding islands, remaining in the battle area for 36 days. Services were held every Friday evening with the exception of one. when we were at our battlle stations until early morning. It was not unusual for us to remain at our battle stations all night long, but it was very unusual Maj. Edmund Friedman, Dade county engineer for ten years prior to his enlistment in th* Army corps of engineers in 1942, is in Miami on terminal leave. As Coral Gables city manager in 1931 Maj. Friedman solved a severe flood situation in that city. Previously, he was Coral Gables city engineer from 1925 to 1929. He became county engineer in 1932. Maj. Friedman was attached to the U. S. district engineer's office in Jacksonville for two years after entering the service. Before being sent to Ft. Belvoir, Va., after he served for about Stanley Warren Plaikin. ARM 3 c, is spending a 30-day leave from Tinian with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Platkin, 1612 Meridian ave. He has been awarded the air medal for "a series of meritorious acts while participating in 18 antisubmarine patrols and reconnaissance flights to Truk in obtaining valuable information and exposing himself to enemy fire." After his discharge from the service, Stanley expects to return to the University of Florida. when, on four Friday "nights'we ; £, wo m !" } hs | s engineer at the received the all clear signal Boca Raton Army a,rport —gnal shortly before time for services and the General Alarm sounded soon after the conclusion. We had never had a service interrupted by an enemy attack. Passover was spent at sea, while we were cruising around in an attempt to evade Jap suicide planes. Circumstances did not permit us to have a complete Seder, but we had one which was very symbolic. We obtained some Matzos from an Army chaplain at Dulag which is on Leyte. Grapefruit juice was used in place of wine, and an onion and hard boiled egg completed our Seder table, which was a sea chest covered with a tablecloth. It was a Seder that 45 soldiers and sailors will never forget as long as they live. Without Fear of Persecution Unfortunately, some of them did not live long after, as they died in battle on the islands of ie Shima and Okinawa. "Kaddish" is said for these men at every service, and we shall never forget them. The sacrifice of those men who now lie under the Star of David and the White Crosses made it possible for a few Jewish boys to congregate in a cargo hold and pray as they desired, without the fear of being persecuted for their actions. On the evening of April 2. exactly four months after starting our services, we were not very succesful in evading Jap attacks. Eight planes spotted us and five made suicide dives on the convoy. Four of the five planes hit shiDS, with a loss of more than 300 men. The other plane, which was being pursued by a friendly fighter, dropped two bombs on us, which missed, and then made an unsuccessful suicide dive on this ship. The wing of this Jap plane hit the ship about 15 feet from where Cpl. Halperin was standing, shouting aloud praises to God, with more earnestness than I have ever seen displayed before or since. Yes, some of us believe that possibly an angel was watching over the Congregation Beth El Chilton. It is imposible for me to adequately express our appreciation for the help and services the Jewish Welfare Board has so graciously rendered to us. All our prayer books, information leaflets concerning holidays, Talisim, and New Years cards were given to us by the JWB. Our most recent gifts are servMore recently, Maj. Friedman was with the headquarters of Army service forces at the Pentagon building. Washington where he reviewed construction, requests for post camps and staSgi. Leonard J. Fireman. 312 Ocean dr., was one of the first Yanks to set foot on Japanese soil. Chief clerk in the FEAF Air Communications section, Sgt. Fireman is in Tokyo with advance headquarters of Gen. George C. Kenney's Far East Air Forces. His mother, Mrs. Pauline Fireman, lives at the Miami Beach address. A native of New York city, he has been overseas 23 months and participated in the New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago, Leyte and Luzon campaigns. After 28 months in the Aleutians, Pvt. Israel E. Weisman, 450 S.W. 18 St.. has been discharged from the Army at the separation base, Miami Beach. On duty on the Alaskan chain of tundra-covered islands, Weisman was responsible for setting up a bakery on Unmak where tions of the service force perthe local post exchanBe installed taining to storage. Maj. Friedman is a veteran of World War I. He is stopping at the Commodore hotel, Miami Beach, and expects to reside permanently in Dade county following his discharge. A first-hand picture of life in Palestine has been brought back by Dr. William H. Bernstein, who lived with chalutzim on a communal farm at Nahalal near Haifa for a few days while he was stationed in the Holy Land. There he met his wife's cousin who had been shot in the arm j by an Arab while guarding one of the new farm settlements. Dr. Bernstein was a captain i and commanding officer of a hospital ship platoon before his ; discharge from the service in August after three and one half years' duty. In his 20 months overseas he served in India, Egypt, North Africa, France and Italy as well as Palestjne. Newly elected vice president of the Miami Beach Zionist district, Dr. Bernstein lives with his wife and three daughters at 4565 N. Bay rd. He is a member of the Miami Beach Civic league. A 1933 graduate of Tufts' college in Boston, he has reopened his office at 420 Lincoln rd. him as photographer taking portraits and activity pictures of the men to be sent to the folks at home. Just before his discharge, he was at the AAF Regional and Convalescent hospital in Corat Gables for a physical discharge. There he continued his photography at the convalescent service hobby photo lab. Weisman plans to return to the Bake-Rite Bakeries in Miami now operated by his father, and of which he is the owner. HOLLYWOOD DERBY SET FOR NOV. 14 MMlc, of New York City, went; m as CXC ellent morale builders to work in the machine shop and ; d is our on ly sample of Jewisn turned out a beautiful star home hfc out here When in San which is about 10 inches square Francis co, the JWB Provided us and is made of solid brass. ith cases 0 f gefilte fish kosher However, we did not improvise j ^ bee f, and wine, the latter the genuine enthusiasm and the | ki it possible for us to say sincere spirit which was felt Kiddush on Friday nights in the Capt. Edward Scheaffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Scheaffer. 7626 Byron ave., Miami Beach, is spending an 18-day leave here from San Antonio, Tex., where he is mess officer in charge of feeding enlisted returnees. His wife, Lorraine, and son, Steven Yale, accompanied him. Capt. Scheaffer has served as food service officer in the AAF Personnel Redistribution command hospital at the Texas base. He enlisted in the air corps almost four years ago as a private and attended officer's candidate school at Miami Beach. His cousin, Lt. Bernard Mallard, was recently discharged from the Army after serving as a pilot in the Aleutians. Lt. Mallard attended the University of Miami. The Hollywood derby will be decided Nov. 14 with the 10th running of the Broward county greyhound classic, it was announced yesterday by William J. Syms, general manager of the Hollywood Kennel Club. Post time for the first race will be 7:30 p.m., instead of the usual 8 p. m. starting. The distance will be the usual 3-8th of a mile. The field for the derby will be selected from two elimination events to be run on Nov. 12. The first two dogs in these races will form the derby field and the last four dogs in the derbytrials will make up the field for the derby consolation, which will be run on the closing night of the track. 70 TONS OF SUPPLIES SENT BY J.D.C. TO MUNICH MUNICH — A shipment of J.D.C. relief supplies has arrived here containing some 70 tons of essential foodstuffs, clothing and other supplies. Transported by 14 trucks under the directions of J.D.C. representative Eli Rock, the convoy included food parcels, condensed milk, sugar, cheese and ovomaltine. In addition, 1,500 prayer books were brought in. The shipment is valued at $100,000. United States War Bonds still the best investment. are Buy War Bonds and Stamps. and displayed. We all knew that there was present a real religious atmosphere. Religion in Cargo Hold At the conclusion of our first service we all realized that we had truly experienced a profound religious feeling and had ncnwK found something that became a permanent part of our lives. Other than "Good Shabbus little was said, as it was I was pertraditional manner Now that peace has been declared, we realize more than ever that the war was not futile, as we have succeeded in protcctfng the people we love and the hich we cherish. very not necessary. %  sonally amazed, because in 45 minutes in a cargo "old, I had found that which I hoped to find in the synagogue. I do not wish to imply that all religious services should be held m cargo holds. That would be foolish. However, if more people at home could grasp the spirit am trying to portray, I know that their presence in the synagogue would assume more significance^ %  ... A number of incidents ocCaot Robert L. Rosen, whose nirents Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosen, paiems. ... live on Miami leach' U SnvSil ftancv Pvt Sol Mailer has returned ing a 15 / a Vpnst Ave., Miami £S at pv 4 t 52 Ma P l?er has been in ihP Armv for five months. He is taking !" course in meteorology. This picture, just released by the JWB, depicts the Rosh Hashonah services held under the dome of a B-29 hangar on Guam where 1500 soldiers of the Twentieth Air Force worshipped. An engineer officer, not of the Jewish faith, directed the job of converting the hangar—building seats, a pulpit, the Holy Ark for the Scrolls and installing special lighting and public address systems. Printing presses which formerly turned out maps and charts for B-20 missions, printed a souvenir prayer book, a supplment to the Jewish Welfare board machzor. 1 • %  1 k"> %  I 1 ''J' %  I i M i



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PAGE FOUR fJenteti fhrkUan H LEADERS END SEVERAL WAR SERVICES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Bar was only one of the many services of the Greater Miami Army and Navy committee of • he National Jewish Welfare board. Maybe such an operational loss isn't good business, but the Snack Bar committee, headed by Carl Weinkle. didn't worry about it. Their profit was in knowing that servicemen and women were being served excellent food at below cost prices. Food was purchased %  from approved Army sources under the supervision and inspection of Army officers. Every item of food was sold tion directed by William Singer, with Mr. Weinkle designated as chairman of the Snack Bar committee by Sam Blank, Greater Miami AN committee chairman. Another major project of the committee is the Miami Beach Servicemen's Housing corporation, which has rented an average of 210 apartments and a number of hotel rooms and, in turn, sublet them to service personnel at below OPA ceiling prices. This was made possible by a $50,000 capital fund provided by the four organizations which financed the Snack Bar. More than $30,000 of this fund has been spent to absorb seasonal prices and provide low rental housing to servicemen. The corporation, largest apartment operator on the Beach, has taken care of more than 700 families of servicemen during the 13 months of its operation. Administered by the Army. Navy committee's executive secretary. Leon Schulman. it is operated by a separate board of directors of Jews and Gentiles, for five cents. Hamburgers, headed by Sam Blank. cheese, sandwiches, milk, coffee, soft drinks, desserts and other refreshments sometimes cost twice and three times as much to prepare—but they sold for a nickel a portion. Since Monday everything has been on the house for servicemen and women as a going out of business gesture. Busiest place of its kind in the country, according to JWB representative Leon Schulman. the Snack Bar served as many as 2.573 people in one day. Average attendance as 1500 on weekdays, 1800 on Sundays. With the close of Army facilities on the Beach, the need for the Snack Bar was ended. Open 14 hours a day, the Bar was operated by 350 hostesses Cabana to Close In August, construction of a Swim Cabana was completed just behind the Snack Bar. Rudy Adler is chairman of the project which has accommodations for 300 servicemen and their guests. Towels and swim suits are provided at five cents each to cover laundry expenses. seeking the aid of the Housing corporation has been as high as 15 a day. Unfortunately the Housing corporation cannot even meet the needs of all those in uniform. With the possible transformation of the Nautilus hospital to a veterans' facility early next year, the Army-Navy committee will have another job on its hands. The War and Navy departments have authorized the Jewish Welfare board to service veterans' facilities. Veterans from all over the country are expected to come to the Miami Beach hospital. Army hospitals throughout the area are already being serviced by an agency of the Army-Navy committee. Under the chairmanship of Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, the Servea-Hospital committee makes personal visits and brings Gifts to patients of the six local hospitals. Until this fall, the group prepared and shipped recreation equipment to Finney General hospital in Georgia. Another continuing service is the work of the War Records committee, headed by Nat Roth. Statistics on the number of Jews from the local area who fought in World War II—with a record of casualties and decorations arc being tallied so that the contribution of Miami Jewry may be permanently compiled. Behind all these activities is the Greater Miami Army-Navy EXILE BLACKLIST OF JEWS MADE The Cabana, which will also i committee, formed in May. 1942. close Sunday, is equipped with In the annual report last May, dressing rooms, showers and %  Mr. Blank, chairman of the com1 checking facilities for officers mittee since its inception, rej and enlisted men alike. Sports j vealed that it had spent more gear for fishing, table tennis, I than 533,000, obtained from Fedshuff leboard, basketball and badminton are kept on hand. Volunteers from several local organizations man the Cabana seven days a week from 11 a. m. and 28'hosts on three hour shifts till 5:30 p. m. A total of 14,000 under the supervision of Mrs. Milton Serkin and Mrs. Monte Selig. Only paid workers were five kitchen help and a manager. Music, donated by Muzak, played constantly. The Snack Bar and the outdoor dance floor adjacent to it were built at an original cost of $12,000. Of this, the major amount was furnished by Fedoration. The project was opened May 2 after four weeks of construeCALENDAR OF EVENTS Monday. Nov. 5. 1945: Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood Board Meeting, 1:30 p. m.; Federation HUIIKCI Committee Meeting, Federation Office, H p. m.; Miami Service League, Town "Y," S:i", p m American Jewish Congress (Women) Board Meeting Tuesday, Nov. 6. 1945: National Home for Jewish Children Meeting, Beach "Y." I :.\<\ p. m.i Bureau <>t Jewish Education, Federation (ifflce, x p. in.; Town "Y" Lecture, B:16 p. in. Wednesday. Nov. 7, 1945: National Council of Jewish Women,, Opening Meeting, Luncheon, 12 10 p. in Thursday. Nov. 8, 1945: Miami Beach Jewish Center Blsborh I Membership Tea, i 10 p in ; K.uliniah t'lub "t Pioneer W i, Book Review Beth David Talmud Torah, 8:80 p. in. Friday. Nov. 9. 1945: American Jewish Congress (Women) Book Review. Saturday. Nov. 10. 1945: Temple Beth Sholom Dinner. 7 1> m. Sunday. Nov. 11. 1945: Lecture and Concert Series. Inter "V Cultural Committee. Beach, Bvi mi,v.Monday. Nov. 12. 1945: National Children'* Cardiac Home Anniversary Dinner Dance; Federation HihlKet Committee, Federation Office, 8 |>. in HEAR with The PARAVOX A New ALL-IN-ONE Hearing Aid NO BATTERY CORD NO BULKY BATTERIES Think of having no separate heavy batteries to wear. PARAVC|X Is One compact lightweight All-lnOne case. A revelation In hearing. For 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 Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami G.I. Joes and Janes as well as their families, have been served in this short time. United Nations servicemen and women from all over the world have been entertained by the local Jewish community. Chinese. Russians. South Americans and North Americans were familiar sights at weekly dances given by the Miami Service league at the Town Y. the Miami Beach Service league at the Beach Y and the Miami Beach hostess group at the Center. The work done by Mrs. George Chertkof. Mrs. Miton Serkin and Mrs. Jay Hirsch, present leaders of the three groups, is representative of the efforts of the women of Greater Miami. The names of the women —and the men—who gave long hours of their time to the various service projects would make an unending honor roll. In addition to its dances, the MSL devoted much of its time to frequent holiday parties and special dances for servicemen's groups throughout South Florida. Once a month, the league and its junior hostesses give a bingo party for convalescents in the patio of the Biltmore hospital. The bi monthly Oneg Shabbats have been popular at the Boca Raton Army base for over two years. Just recently, the Friday night religious services at the Beach Y were suspended. With Chaplain Saul Kraft officiating and the Beach Service league providing refreshments, over 300 people attended the weekly service. Other agencies of the ArmyNavy committee had a hand in entertaining servicemen here. The Freda Markowitz of JWV has been host to over 1,000 convalescents at its bi-monthly motorcade to the Indian Village, followed by a party at the Town Y in conjunction with the MSL. Bagels, lox, cream cheese and all the trimmings are on the menu at the B'nai B'rith Sunday morning breakfasts at the Beach Y. B'nai B'rith and the National Council of Jewish Women were given charge by the JWB of the raising of $25,000 for the Heroes' Phone Fund last year through the night of stars program. Throughout the war home hospitality and religious services have been provided for service personnel during holidays through the Jewish Welfare board. In the process of formation is a veterans' service committee which will coordinate activities of the several groups now handling veterans' problems. The committee will help the veteran in his economic and social readjustment—finding a job. affiliating with local organizations, etc. Already the number of veterans (•ration, and S29.000 from the National Jewish Welfare board, to provide adequate social, recreational, cultural and religious hospitality to military personnel in this area. Besides officers already mentioned. Mrs. Max Dobrin is secretary and George Bertman, treasurer. Members at large are Dave Phillips. Herbert Scher, Monte Selig and Mrs. Herbert Wallach. An affiliate of Federation, the committee is composed of the Women's Division of the Amercan Jewish Congress, Beth David Congregation and Sisterhood, Beth Jacob Congregation and Sisterhood, B'nai B5rith and B'nai B'rith Women, Beth Sholom Congregation and Sisterhood, Dade Chapter National Children's Cardiac Home. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Hadassah. Freda Markowitz Post No. 174 of Jewish War ; Veterans, JWV Ladies' Auxiliary Miami Beach Jewish Center I and Sisterhood, Miami Beach Service League, Miami Beach YM&WHA. Miami Orthodox Congregation and Sisterhood, i Miami Service League. Miami I YM&WHA, National Council of Jewish Women, National Home for Jewish Children at Denver. Senior Hostess Group — Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Israel—Sisterhood and Men's Club, Workmen's Circle, Zionist Organizations of Miami and Miami Beach. Practically every Jewish organization is represented on the committee. JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Palestine Government is preparing a "blacklist" of Jews who will be deported to Cyrenaica or Tobruk if disturbances break out, the secret Jewish transmitter, "Voice of Israel," charged. The broadcast asserted that no list of Arabs is being prepared. It also accused two British of the Palestine police of circulating among the Arab settlements, warning the villagers to "take good care—the Jews are rising to attack you." The Arabs have, so far, not yielded to this incitement, the broadcaster said. I Referring to the expulsion from i Palestine of Constantine Poulos, j Overseas News Agency corre, spondent. he said that Poulos was ousted because he wanted to tell the world the "entire objective truth." F o r t v "illegal immigrants" | among the 1.003 refugees who arrived here last week aboard the Russian steamer Transylvania were transferred to the I Athlit detention camp after a 1 minor crisis developed on board the vessel when the passengers 1 refused to disembark unless all : were released by the authorities. The disembarkation concluded ; after representatives of the Jewish Agency and the Histadruth assured the refugees that the 40 who had no certificates would be allowed to enter the country : until their status could be determined. 85 TONS OF GARMENTS ARRIVE IN BAVARIAN CAMPS PARIS — Eighty-fivx tons of clothing and textiles shipped from Switzerland have arrived in the displaced persons camp in Bavarian area of Germany, it was announced by J.D.C.'s chief European headquarters here. Thirty-four tons of food destined fdr the same camps will arrive from Denmark and Sweden within the next few days. An additional 20 tons of food from Switzerland will arrive in Munich towards the end of September. "PAY. NOVattt, a j I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure Its FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at •200 N. W. 32nd Street OBITUARIES GRAEF James H. Qraef. president of TropIcal Mquor ami Wine Co., died Monday afternoon of a heart attack in a downtown doctoi s office. firaef lived at :'!>. s. w. 2Srd Ter. IN came here seven year* ago from New Vnik City, where he was general manager of Seagram's distilleries. 11.was a Mason. Surviving air his wife, -Mr." Louise Uraef: a s Mark. Montreal, Canada; a slater, Mrs. Charles Slabotsk\. ami a brother, Loula, New fork City Services were held Thursday at Gordon Funeral Chapel, with burial in .\u. Nebo cemetery. LANDSBERG David l-iiiilsli.TB, fin, died Saturday at his home, in:i Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, He came here four MI is from New York. Surviving are liis if-, Mrs. Alice Landsberg, and a daughter, Miss Viola l.andslierjt. both of Miami lleaeh, and one son, Eugene Landsberg, in the Navy. Tim body was sent by Hlverside Memorial chapel to New York for services and burial. HERTZMAN .lack Hortiman, 46, Miami Beach hotel manager, died Sunday in his home. 744 10th St. He came to Miami 18 vears ago from Cincinnati. Where he was a member of the Milsonlc lodge. In Miami Ileach he was a member of the Jewish Center. Civic League, Zionists and B'nai It'rlth. Survivors Include Ills wife. Mrs. 1,11li.m ll.rtzinan, and two daughters, Miss liuth Hertzman and Mrs. Phyllis Learner, ail <.r Miami Beach. Services were held Tuesday In Riverside chapel with burial In Mt. Nebo cemetery. KRABITZ l.onis Krabltc, 15. son of Mr and Mrs. Mayer Krablts, US West Ave.. Miami Beach, annual winter resident fi,,m Brooklyn, died Sunday in a hospital. The body was sent to Brooklyn by Hlverside chapel. COHEN Mrs Jennie Cohen, 70. of 227 First St., Miami Beach, died last I hursday In a Miami hospital. She came to Miami IS years ago from Brooklyn. N. Y. She leaves her husband, Morris; four daughters. Mrs. Sarah Kurvasmofskv. Mrs. Fannie Stone, and Mrs. Mollle Stelnfeld, ail Of Brooklyn, and Mrs. Yetta Ostrofsky of Miami Beach. The body was sent by Riverside Memorial chapel to Brooklyn for funeral services and burial. HEISTEIN Kdward A. Helsteln, 54. died Monday night of a heart attack. In his home. 439 15th St.. Miami Beach. He came from New York City 10 years ago, and was proprietor of a !" ? v ii v ,. hu i '"*'A veteran of world War I. he was given a military funeral at R p. m. Tuesday night by Miami Beach Jewish War Veterans Miami Beach Elks lodge also participated. He Is survived by MI T"?; *I !" SOP"'" Helsten. of Miami Beach The body was sent to Mew York by Riverside chapel BETH DAVIDR^ EVENING SERVIC^ this season will St..""f* k Beth David &JS ft* J 3 ave., tonight at 8 15 i 35 "1 will mark the 14th iJt %  ducted by Rabbi Ma? g* The Rabbi's subject will be "TW Passing of Time—How Mature Have We Become?" Cantor Abraham Friedman will officate. assisted by a choir consisting of the Mesdames Gutsie Cynanon, Judith Moskowiu, Estelle Rohan and Esther Schraeger, sopranos: Elsa Bloch, Rose Martin and Sophia Powesky. altos; and the Mean Nathan Friedman and Dan Lance, bass; David Pavlow and Louis Porvesky, tenors.



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PAGE EIGHT pJenlsl) fh>ridian EMMY, NOVEMBER In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach: Moses Mescheloff. Rabbi, Orthodox Services Friday evening service, 5:13 p. m. Adult Saturday morning sen Ice, 8 JO %  m. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "A Woman's Tears." Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant the service. Junior congregation services. f.'t* boyi and girls ,,f elementary' school age, 10 a. m. Intermediate services f"i adolescent* in ,,. in. Members of the board "f education will be guests. The Bible Bi |) group IM meet with s. j, Freedman ;ii 4 p. m. Bhaloa smlus. B:1B p. m. Th.rabbi will %  peak on Hi,Portion <>f the Week. Sunday morning junior classes. in a. m. to noon Dally Talmud Torah classes 4 :,. 7 p, in. and Sundays. : %  a. "i. to noon. Bai Mltsvn study ,-lass Tiusday and Thursday, P. M, MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Avenue Friday evening services, 5:46 l>. m. Saturday morning services, 9 ., „, i> a ||j s. i \ ices at 8 a m. and 5:80 p. ni. Junior congregation services, Saturday! 9 a. in. at Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third Street. SM3I 3IIANI S3!Od KADIMAH TO HOLD TO SETTLE IN SILESIA OPEN HOUSE BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. 135 N. W. Third Avenue; Max Shapiro. Rabbi: Conservative l.at. Friday evening services will be resumed fi'itinI nil year tonight .,, g : is p. ,„. Rabbi Shapiro will speak "ii "The Passing of TimeHow Mature Have We Become. Cantor Abraham Friedman will be assisted by the choir In the musical selections. Saturda> morning -• i|, .. 9 a in. Mark, son "f Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rubin, will i me Bai Mitiva, Student services ai 10:80 a. m. conducted bj Bldne) IMckson, Frank tlreenberg and Charles RosenMitt. Sund 10 a in Hebrew school dally, Mondaj through Friday. The Bar Miuva study group meets Moi daj through Thursday from 7-8 p. inWARSAW (JTA) — The first conference of Jewish farmers who have settled recently in the part of Silesia acquired by Poland from Germany has concluded in Rychbach after adopting resolutions appealing to Jews to settle in Silesia. It was reported at the conference that there are 34 Jewish agricultural settlements in Silesia, occupying about 2,250 acres and possessing 300 heads of cattle, in addition to horses, pigs and poultry. They had a fairly good crop this season, which is the first since they settled there. Their yearly production of milk will amount to 70,000 quarts. The production of the Jewish farms in Silesia provides about thirty percent of the requirements of the Jewish population in the entire province, it was reported at the conference. The Polish Government, it was announced, is ready to give the Jews another 100 estates for settlement, and will clear them of Germans. The conference ie?t greetings to the Jewish colonists in Palestine and addressed an appeal to the Polish Government to continue Its fight against the anti-Jewish activities of reactionary elements "who are hindering Jews in organizing their life on a sound basis." ISEN JOINS BERTMAN IN REAL ESTATE FIRM TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Avenue at 41st Street. Miami Beach: Leon Kromsh. Rabbi; Samuel Kelemer. Cantor; Liberal—Friday evening .,•• \ ice, i i p. ni. Rabbi Kr >h wll Isp-.ik on "Wo Have .last Begun to Fight." Mrs Abraham U Iman, president of Miami rladassah, will deliver etli ga from the Z lal movement. Cantor Keiemer will 1.11,i,.i • i lions at the sei \ Pi evening and Batui i i morning. 10:45 a. m A ..i, precedes each .-• • > Ice Religious si html, Sundaj mo • i m. Hebri w i lasi—. week aften %  -. 3 15 p. in for children betwi en the and it. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach: Irving Lehrman. Rab; bi; Conservative Friday evening .-!ii \i,.-. ".. 15 p. m, Ipenlng of late Pi-ida\ evening services for i K .. gson, %  :-' %  p. ni Rabbi i Lehrman'? topic will !>• %  "We Snail N".,t Forget Thee, Oh Jerusalem." Cantor Emanuel Bsrlcan will chant th the renter i bolr. Saturda) moi ulng sei a. m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on th.Portion of "h.Week. Junior • vices, l" a. m. Shi evening, Mliu-ha at 5;15 p m. iwed b> Bnalos Budos and Mnartv. AZA-BBO Sunday morning ai '.' r in II. 1,1 eW si hool and Sunday school now in sessloi fouth activities everj Monday, Thursday and .%  evenings, 19th ReTEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. Street; Saul Appelbaum, Rabbi: form —Friday evening service, v 15 p. m. Rabbi Appelbaum will speak on "Judaism and Americanism." A reception In Kaplan hall will follow the service. Saturday morning services will be resumed at a date to be announced. MJGL'ST BROS Ry, li th MEAT' I David R. Isen. formerly assoj ciated with Benjamin E. Bron, ston, has entered into partner| ship with George J. Bertman. \ Lincoln road realtor. The firm is to be known as Bertman & Isen. with offices in the Mercantile Bank building, 420 Lincoln id. Isen has had extensive dealings in Beach real estate in recent years and previously was a builder and real estate broker in Washington, D. C., where he specialized in the construction and development of private dwellings and small apartment building projects. He resides with his wife and two children at 5120 Cherokee ave. Active in B"nai B'rith, he writes the lodge's column for the Floridian. Bertman is widely known for his civic interests as well as his activity in Miami Beach real estate development. Chairman of the real estate committee of the Beach Servicemen's Hous ing corporation, he is treasurer of the Army-Navy committee and the Snack Bar. and president of the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith. He is also a member of the evecutive committee of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. ZIONISTS TO MAP YOUTH WORK An open house evening with music and a book review will launch this year's activities for the Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine. 8.30 p. m., Thursday at the Beth David Talmud Torah. Walter Clay Laudermilk's "Palestine, Land of Promise." will be reviewed by A. P. Gannes. director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. In his book, Laudcrmilk, American soil erpert who visited Palestine as personal representative of Franklin D. Roosevelt, suggests further reclamation of Palestinian farm lands by a Jordan Valley Authority similar to the TV A. Martha Redding will provide the musical portion of the program and refreshments will be served. Mrs. Albert Berson is chairman of the affair. Mrs. Celia Segal, present president, announces that cultural meetings will be held monthly alternately at Beth David and at Miami Beach. Mrs. Max Shapiro is chairman of cultural studies. The Kadimah chapter of the 20-year-old cultural and fund raising organization was ed in the winter of 1944 the guidance of Dr. Kamenetsky with Mrs. Paber as president. Besides Mrs. Segal, officers include Mrs. William Berson, corresponding secretary Mrs. Isadore Goldfarb, treasurer: Mrs. Samuel Seigal, financial secretary: Mrs. Albert Berson. Jewish National Fund chairman; Mrs. Norman Jacobs, child rescue fund chairman; Mrs. Louis Margulies, publicity chairman; Mrs. Rose Melinson and Mrs. Albert Naness. refreshment committee chairmen; Mrs. ShirleyGross and Mrs. Edith Weinstein, hospitality committee chairman. Mrs. Faber is honorary president. Training Institute ;To Open Wednesday ^——— A teacher's training institute J to provide equipped teachers to congregational schools will hold its first session 7:45 p. m. Wednesday at Beth David. Abraham Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, announces. The institute is sponsored by the Bureau and Beth David, the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom and Temple Israel. Mr. Gannes, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Saul Appelbaum comprise the faculty. The curriculum to be studied included Bible and Jewish history; Jewish religion: customs ceremonies, festivals, holidays, etc.; and a beginners' cours in education: principles of education and pedagogy as related to the curriculum in local religious schools. Registration may be made with Mr. Gannes at 318 Congress building. EXPERT PAINTING Caulking, Decorating Wl mo Lowest Pr,c ei ^ F !" ,,P WW. proved Contractor. p„' clor Z. found under Sonya Harry BIE TO PROVIDE BUS TRANSPORTATION The Zionist Youth commission will hold its first meeting of the season tomorrow night at 8 p. m. in the Van Straaten penthouse of the Tides hotel. Members of various Zionist organizations will plan the program of activities and budget for youth work in this area. Realizing the need for transportation of children in outlying areas to Hebrew school, the Bureau of Jewish Education has announced that an experimental transportation project will begin next week. Beth David has agreed to participate in the experiment. Children will be picked up and taken home twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays beginning 3:45 p. m. A fee of S2 per child per month will be charged. The Bureau will meet the deficit. The bus, marked special, will make the following stops: S. W. Eighth ave. and First St.; S. W. Eighth st. and 12th ave.: S. W. Eighth st. and 22nd ave.: S. W. 22nd ave. and 16th st.: S. W. 17th ave. and 16th st.: S. W. 13th ave. and 17th st.: S. W. Seventh ave. and 25th rd.; S. W. 11th st. and 15th rd.: and S. W. Second ave. and Tenth st. Arrangements may be made with the Bureau by calling 3-5858. Freedom of speech does not mean careless talk! Play safe—don't talk. Think, act. be American! RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. 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