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The Jewish Floridian ( November 9, 1945 )

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Je\wiklbJBLDiri[dl]buD 'ftm6far"i0THE JEWISH UNITY I SH EiSJElB-NUMBER 45 ill STAR URE SERIES Greater Miami Jewish Culcommittee will present Celia %  noted dramatist, Sunday jig at the Miami Beach Senjfigh school, at 8:15 o'clock. is Adler is known as the Y. Ladv "f the Yiddish Thcaland is the daughter of the %  aeon Adler, outstanding Jewfctor. Besides starring in many jsh plays, Miss Adler was a [on Broadway in such Engllf.ys as "The Treasure" and Ions." -She is one of the found|f the Yiddish Art Theater in [Vork and her concert recital Pes a varied group of characItudies in both English and Eh. committee comprises the Y.MIIA of Miami, the YM %  M MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9~1945" Center Launches Buildi Drive With L arge Pledges PRICE TEN CENTS ing ASK WEIZMANM TO CONFERENCE y Names Chertkof Campaign Leader George Chertkof, president of Leading off with initial pledges !? 0 t M inmi Y> wa ? una n! mous 'y tatalling approximately $180 000 I elected chairman of the Y s camthe campaign for an expanded MU P^ Bn hl i 0 minit f toc >, at ? mee Q tln e of the board of directors Sunday. Plans for the forthcoming capital funds campaign will be made TO SPEAK AT Celia Adler IA of Miami Beach and the ving organizations in Greater |ii: women's division of Ami Jewish Congress; Bureau of ph Education; Congregation Jacob Sisterhood; Dade |ty Chapter National ChildCardiac Home; Hadassah; fch National Workers Alliance; pi Beach Jewish Center SisterMiami Beach Mizrachi, division; Miami Beach MizWomen's division; National fil of Jewish Women; NaHome for Jewish Children Kiver and Temple Beth Shopisterhood. pcription price for the six T sponsored by the commitJ5. tax inclusive. A single I costs SI plus tax. [MI IWV TO EQUIP JALL HOME Mngsters at the Dade County fen's home at Kendall are pg forward to Dec. 1. For the ^ Markowitz post of the JewWar Veterans has bought [round equipment for the and will install it the bepg of next month, Abe S. f>an, judge advocate of the | reports. nbers of the post and others I contributed over $80 to the L, ^. lr ^"Sulate donations. of impatience which has not been alleviated by reports of further delays while inquiries are conducted concerning the situation of Jews in European camps." RUSSIANS TO STAGE BENEFIT CON CERT Sailors of the Red Fleet will sing and dance at the Miami Beach High school, 8 p. m. tomorrow for the benefit of the artificial arm and limb project of the American Society for Russian Relief. Inc. Proceeds will be used to purchase machinery in this country to manufacture artificial arms and limbs in all central hospitals. Russian Relief has already built two complete factories in the Soviet Union for this purP Tickets. $1.00 plus tax, are on sale at Russian Relief. Inc., 409 Washington ave., or at the entrance of the high school. Distributed for the first time at Monday night's rally was the official campaign booklet mapping the needs for more adequate Center facilities. Its theme is: "Build yourself a new Center for your Jewish life." Rabbi Brickner was honored at a dinner given by Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman Saturday evening. FIRST RE SIGN S Irving First, assistant executive director of Federation, has resigned that post effective today. Mr. and Mrs. First will leave shortly for Richmond, Va., where First will enter the commercial field. First and Joseph F. Rose, former executive director of Federation, were given a luncheon at the Urmey hotel Wednesday by several professional workers of local Jewish agencies. Freedom of speech does not mean careless talk! portunity of building an affirmative understanding of the democratic, concept which Nazi-Fascist malevolence strove so violently to destroy." George J. Talianoff. Florida Regional director: Alex Miller, Southeastern Regional director, and Gilbert J. Balkin, Talianoffs new assistant, attended the conference. Sigmund Livingston, Chicago, was reelccted chairman of the Anti Defamation commission, Judge Meier Steinbrink, New York, and Harold Lachman, Chicago, were named vice-chairmen. Other officers elected were: Max J. Schneider, New York, treasurer; Mr. Gutstadt, secretary and director; and Philip W. Haberman, New York, honorary vice-chairman. The following were elected to the executive committee: Henry Monsky, Omaha; Maurice Bisgyer, Washington, D. C; Mr. Livingston, A. C. Horn, Max J. Schneider, Edmund Waterman and Judge Steinbrink, all of New York; Harold Lachman, Robert Straus, A. G. Ballenger, all of Chicago; Judge David A. Rose, (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Lessing J. Rosenwald equality of rights and responsibilities for Jews with their fellow coreligionists in all countries, seeking no special privileges for Jews anywhere in the world and resisting the imposition of any disabilities upon them. Mr. Rosenwald has long been active in communal affairs and has continued many of the philantrophic activities of his father, Julius Rosenwald. He is a member of the board of directors of the Federation of Jewish Charities and other communal activities in Philadelphia. He is a trustee of the Julius Rosenwald Fund and other outstanding civic and charitable agencies. He has been head of the American Council for Judaism since its inception. Rabbi Berger, whose book, the "Jewish Dilemma," has just been published, was born in Cleveland, and studied for the rabbinate at the Hebrew Union college, Cincinnati, wher he specialized in Biblical Exegesis. From 1932 to 1936 he served as Rabbi of Temple Beth Jacob in Pontiac, Mich., and from 1936 until he became director of the Council in 1943, he was Rabbi of Temple Beth El. in Flint, Mich. MRS. PEARLMAN^GIVES TEA FOR COMMITTEE Mrs. Ruth Pearlman, chairman of the scholarship fund of Miami Beach Senior High school, entertained her newly-organized volunteer aids at the last week at her home, 1600 Miami ave. Present were Mrs. Arabelle Reese, Mrs. B. Collegeman. Mrs. Israel Tietch, Mrs. B. Pegran, Mrs. P. Weinberg, Mrs. S. Weiss, Mrs. C. Kimmel, Mrs. J. Melnick and Mrs. S. Rughesky. Mothers wishing to aid the fund are asked to call Mrs. Epstein, 5-0578, or Mrs. Teitch, 5-3296. M lit! t fhI 'j :. *?.? • ; • i i '. T M



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PAGE TWO Jewist of Mi. Symphony circhestra. will i D and Miss Rib Jo piai • I gr tings ... .•. i bj Mrs Jack AuMrs Nataj E u •"• chaxg* and th %  I :..-. %  : Sal Zalka f the gut st b k An in the auditorium ill follow the program. Mem. s and their friends have been in\ ned. irncoLn OPtN IO P M miAmt I %  *• COf.P N(ol | I FlAGLlR AT Cn 11 fy rpToi %  t M:45 \ AT THREE THEATRES The Lovely, Beloved Darling of Two Continents! BETTY GRABLE JUNE HAVER as "The Dolly Sisters" IX TECHNICOLOR JOHN PAYNE REGINALD GARDINER S. Z. SAKALL groups these days. Had^ssah has pledged S250 000 with^Mw. Douglas Raff a/chairman. M *£*-gf^^gfi Mrs. Norman Maran, has pledged S75.00U Mrsnos chairman of the AJC Women's division bond sales dimb.ng her way up the Blue Star Brigade. As is Mrs Jack Fern o we Bnai BttthWomen. The BB Women will man the booth £ the Red Cross department store this weekend with Mrs. Bobby Reyes, from town, and Mrs. Fein, from the Beach, in dgwjv. Roslyn Rabin is featured in the cast of "Blithe Spirit the U of M. Playmakers are presenting this week Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zelig Bert Cohen, 1521 30 ave., was born Oct. 6 ... Mrs. S. B. Miller is well enough to receive visitors, after undergoing a major operation at Jackson Memorial Lyn Hacker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker, is now a first lieutenant ... A. I. Tobin is recuperating at home. 849 Lenox ave after being seriously hurt in an accident in Atlanta AROUND AND ABOUT Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz, of New York, are here with theu children, Martin and Marilyn, and expect to become permanent residents. The Hurwitz are the son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Langner, 2283 S. W. 17 st. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Glantz of Pittsburgh are spending a month with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hershey Glantz, 2263 N. W. Fourth ter. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bisk of the Zion Kosher Sausage CO., Chicago, recently vacationed here ... Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ginsburg have returned to their home, 1006 Eighth St., after spending five months in Westchester, Penna. Mrs Stanley E. Schwartz, of Long Island, is spending the winter at 7842 Abbott ave. with her daughter, Wendie-Ann, while Capt. Schwartz is stationed at Chanute field with the medical corps. Mrs. Schwartz is the sister of Mrs. Harold Turk Mrs. Belle Kugelman and her daughter, Mrs. Tohrner, are expected to arrive today by plan from New York where they have been vacationing tfor the past two months. They will stay at the Boulevard hotel until they open their home on Rivo Alto island. ; Mrs. Tohrner's daughter, Mrs. Robert L. Eichberg, has gone to | Denver before coming to Miami Beach. Her husband, Lt. i Eichberg, is stationed in Brooklyn Navy Yard Mrs. A. J. | Rosen, wife of the Rev. Rosen, has returned to her home, 139 Meridian ave, after spending five months in Brooklyn Mrs. Paul W. Sokoloff and son, Roger Lewis, are dividing their time between her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Syman, 1214 S W. S. W. 13 ct, and Mr. Sokoloff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sokolofl of S. W. 19 rd. Mr. Sokoloff is expected to join his wife and son in December. They live in Forest Hills, Long Island, N Y. Mr. Sokoloff's sister, Miss Zelda Syman, hes been selected head majorette at the University of Georgia where she is majoring in sociology in her junior year. She formerly attended the University of Miami First Lt. Seymour Rubin has returned to his base in Atlanta after spending ten days sick leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin. The senior Rubins recently returned from a six months' sojourn at their summer home in Deal, N. J. Mrs. Bertha B. Levy and her daughter, Isabelle, will return to their home, 1625 S. W. 15 st., from Baltimore next week. Mrs. Levy's other daughter, Shirley, is attending the University of San Francisco after being honorably discharged from the WAVES and her son, Morgan, is attending the ROTC engineering department of the Navy at the University of Colorado in Boulder Three members of the Miami section of the National Coun%  cil of Jewish Women will attend the Nov. 13-15 Southeastern regional conference that Council will hold in Birmingham, Ala. They are Mrs Nat L. Williams, president of the local section; Mrs. Morris Alpert, first vice president; and Mrs Monte Selig, chairman of the service to the foreign born. Mrs. Selig is in charge of the program for the Nov. 15 session and Mrs. Williams will deliver a paper on port and dock work I. C. Greenberg left Sunday for Boston Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller are motoring through California and will return to Miami in a (ew weeks Miss Helen Behar sends greetings from New York Abraham Levitan left yesterday on a business trip to New Jersey A. Moss and Ida Mae Levine were the winners of alligator handbags at a meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary of Feda Markowitz post. JWV, recently Proceeds from the donor mah jong given last night at the home of Mrs. Ben Schwartz will go to I the Greater Miami Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society of, Denver Delta Phi Epsilon sorority of the U. of M will hold | an open house tomorrow night at the home of Miss Natalie Frankel Pythian sisters, Miami Beach temple, will hold a business meeting at 617 Collins ave. on Tuesday at 8 p. m. will be given bv the Miami Service league at Victor's Drum, 3622 Coral Way. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The affair is for invited Victory Belles and paid up members of the league. Entertainment will consist of piano selections by Rita Quartin and a surprise skit. Active since June, 1942, the league, assisted by the Victory Belles, has sponsored a variety of dances and parties for servicemen stationed in South Florida. On Sunday the league and the Freda Markovvitz post will Hive their bi-monthly entertainment for convalescent service, men at the Miami Y. League members have been asked to contact Mrs. Maurice Furman, chairman of the arrangements committee, at 4-5833, or Mrs. Henry Kauffmann at 2-2907, by Nov. 10 if they intend to be at the cocktail party. Victory Belles should call these women or Mrs. George Chcrtkof, 3-7223, or Mrs. Leon Kaplan, 2-4498. Also serving on the committee are Mrs. Ann Pastroff and Mrs. Leo Hohauser. NOVEMBER NEW BBG GROU FORMED AT Y* Sheila Ludwie K. named[.temporary "? H b i now B'nai BYith ffift'lt formed recently at ,!. ,. C WB The club fi'lftLW at 7:45 p. m with IJ^ Berman, and Mrs. \< !" \ H. ''"' %  • girls sponsos. Twenty-five e organizations meeiu*** heard Mrs. Carl Weir*"' man, outline the S** BBG work. The fcy> i formed the new rhli. ">< from the waiting lists of.? Miami chapter!, LV* 3 B. Z. B. The new : formal by B.Z. 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)AY. NOVEMBER 9, 1945 l^ndo,,. (JTA) — Field Marl Lord Gort has resigned as eh Commissioner for Palestine ? reasons of ill-health, Colonial cretary George Hall told the of Commons this week, as fnrriude to a report on the disfbances there. John V. M. Shaw, lief Secretary in Palestine will ad the government until Lord irt's successor is named, Hall That Lord Gort should have [ind it necessary to resign just this moment is deeply regretIn London, Reuters reported R a v. pointing out that he had Ecessfully gained the confidence [both Jews and Arabs in Palesie. f'lt was also suggested in some arters that Lord Gort did not eye to eye with the recent deBoris of the Middle East confence of British diplomats in ndon. and that his different outabout the future of Palestine bably also had something to Wth his present decision," the tish news agency said. Buy More War Bonds. ^Jewlstifhridian CEMETERY GROUP ELECTS ZALKA Nat Zalka, past president of Beth David Congregation, was elected president of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery associaNat Zalka tion Monday night. Other officers selected are H. M. Drevich. vice president; Sid H. Palmer, secretary, and David Goldstein, treasurer. Buy War Bonds and Stamps. "The South's Only Seltzer Plant" SIPHON SELTZER WATER DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR oocl Health SIPHON-Seltzer is good to the last drop. Excelnl flavor. Highly carbonated. 24 Fluid Ounce \*N\ title, Ten Bottles to the Case. Siphons your M !" .,, •inks with a 150 pound pressure %  A CASE GOOD HEALTH SELTZER Burak Bottling Company |S32 N. W. 4TH AVENUE PHONE 3-1536 FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR [REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE, SEE I. S. Shapoff, Realtor 2755 S. W. 27TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027 Kuicement Change of Name he House of Wietzel TAILORS — I M P O R T E R S Karl Weitzel. 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I saw the degradation to which humans have been subjected; all of it almost beyond the power of word description, but I have also witnessed the spiritual renaissance among our Jewish men and women in the armed forces, those who had either through other interests, indifference or community negligence, placed as secondary their requirements for spiritual needs." To my question, how can we retain the awakened spiritual realization of our boys and girls returning to civilian life, he declared. |'It is the bounden duty of American Jewry to recapture and retain the awakened spiritualization of the returning men and women by providing them with centers of influence under intelligent direction, and in that way revitalize and stimulate the desire for participation in their respective Jewish active communnl affairs." Deploring the necessity of present Palestinian uprisings, he reaffirmed the fact that the Jews have a homeland in Palestine. Rabbi Brickner's present desire—world traveller as he is— would be to settle in Greater Miami. Blank To Direct Chest Division Sam Blank has been appointed a division leader in the approaching Victory campaign of the Community War Chest. Announcement of his appointment as head of the entire commercial division was made this week by General Chairman Stanley C. Myers. The commercial division, which solicits its gifts from business firms of 10 employees or more, has one of the largest quotas of any campaign division. Blank, who was chairman for the beer industry in last year's Chest drive, is president of National Brands, Inc. Last week he was given a testimonial dinner on the occasion of the company's 20th anniversary. He is chairman of the Greater Miami Army-Navy committee, chairman of the Miami Beach Servicemen's Housing corporation, a director of the Community War Chest and the local chapter of the American Red Cross and a past president of Federation. CABANA STILL OPEN FOR SERVICEMEN Contrary to previous plans, the Servicemen's Swim Cabana, sponsored by the Army-Navy committee, is remaining open. The cabana is located at 1 Lincoln rd„ behind the Servicemen's Snack Bar which was closed midnight Sunday after serving 250.000 persons. Rudy R .Adler is chairman of the Cabana project which is operated by volunteer workers. Mr. Adler declares that he will attempt to keep the Cabana open till the last serviceman leaves this area. Over 18,000 servicemen and their families have used the facilities in less than six months. Many of the other services sponsored by the Army-Navy committee are still functioning, Leon Schulman, the committees secretary said this week. Meetings of the newly formed Veterans' committee have been held during the past few days and announcement of the .committee's services will be made soon. Think, act, be American! Play safe—don't talk. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE HIRES RABBI GROSS Rabbi David Hale Gross, who was recently named rabbi of Temple Emanu-El in Ft. Lauderdale, will give his first regular service at the Temple tonight at 8 p. m., according to Moe Katz, president of the congregation. The subject of his sermon will be "One Dream and One Destiny." Dr. Gross came to Ft. Lauderdale from Forest Hills, L. I. He is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati Hebrew seminary. He studied for his doctor's degree at the University of Chicago. In addition to his theological work, he has served as instructor at the University of Wisconsin. At one time he was on the staff of the New York Times. CHANUKAH CANDLES Over one thousand complete sets of Chanukah were shipped last week for the Jewish refugees in the liberated concentration camps in Germany and Austria by the Refugee-Immigration Division of A g u d a t h Israel Youth council of America. Special arrangements were made to assure that the Chanukah candles be received before the Holiday. CURFEW SET FOR E WANT LOCAL YESHIVA A movement to establish a Yeshiva in Greater Miami has been reopened by a group bandod by Dr. M. j. Safra, president. The group is soliciting enrollment of local children for Hebrew and English education Other officers are Milton Weiner. vice president: S. Grunwerg, treasurer; and D. Kleber, secretary. Jerusalem, (JTA I •—• A curfew covering all sparsely settled sections of northern Palestine was proclaimed on Sunday. Persons living in such areas were ordered to remain indoors between 5:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. The curfew, which is apparently aimed at curbing attempts at sabotage, will be enforced also in Haifa port and the industrial area about a mile eats of the port, including the terminus of the pipeline from Iraq, the oil refineries and the Palestine Electric Corporation. A curfew on vehicular traffic outside municipal boundaries was imposed last Thursday, following outbreaks here. In Tel Aviv, Mayor Israel Rokach told the municipal council that steps should be taken to prevent aggressive acts against British soldiers in Tel Aviv, who are "guests of the city" and against attempts to prevent police from carrying out their duty. The council protested against the anti-Jewish riots in Cairo and decided to send a letter of encouragement to Jewish youths in Egypt "who prevented a pegrom in the Jewish quarters of Cairo." WANTED ROOM AND BOARD for Elderly Gentleman—Permanent Resident—Beach preferred MAX ZWICKER 304 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Lobby Floor duPont Bldg., Miami—205 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach GOOD NEWS FOR MIAMI MR. BERNARD RAKOFF who has been operating Kaufman's Hotel, Atlantic City for past quarter of a century MR. A. 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PAGE FOUR +JewistH*rMk*n FRIDAY, CIO JEWS PROTEST RIOTS Cairo, I.ITAI The Cairo Jewish community tentatively Mt yesterday as a day Of mourning and fasting to protest the anti-Jewish riots which resulted in an estimated $1,000,000 damage to Jewish stores, homes, synagogues and institutions here, caused the death of 6 persons and the wounding of over 500. A request will be made to the Egyptian government for an official apology, as well as assurances that stringent measures will be taken to prevent a recurrence of anti-Semitic violence. Police on Sunday suppressed minor disturbances here as rioters sought to extend the outbreaks into the fourth successive day. Patrols are guarding all main streets to prevent further violence. The day of protest on Thursday was to be marked by the closing of all Jewish shops and non-Jewish employers were asked to allow their Jewish employees to join the observance. Jewish circles reveal that delegations o( young Egyptians visited Jewish-owned stores last week and warned them to dose down on Friday. Chief Rabbi Halm Naheum Effendi, to whom the shopkeepers turned for advice urged them to keep closed and notified the Egyptian authorities of the threats Despite his warning, the authorities took no steps to protect Jewish shops. Regular services could not be held in the Ashkeaazi Eynagoguo here last Saturday, as a result of the damage done by the rioters. The inside of the temple, when this correspondent visited it, was bathed in sun glaring down from the shattered glass Star of David m the dome onto a floor littered with debris. ADL TO EXPAND FIELD SERVICE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Boston; and Leo Lehman. Pittsburgh. The staff of the Anti-Defamation league reported to the commission meeting that today there is less organized anti-Semitism than in the immediate pre-war years, though it was emphasized that racial and religious tensions aggravated by political and economic conflicts could readily prove menacing without a thorough. educational program. AZA TO ENTERTAIN AT SHOLEM MEETING Sholens lodge of B'nai B'rith will hold us November business meeting :::15 p. m. Tuesday evening at Beth David auditorium. Royal Palm chapter. AZA. will conduct the program which will le musical selections. Repoits of the nominating, bond and membership committees w :ll be delivered. Additions will be accepted from the floor. Hai '\' Turk, president, asks thai every member bung a new r, Bonds will be on sale at the meeting. Refreshments v. ill be served. Greater Miami Jewish Cultural Committee CELIA ADLER First lady of the Yiddish stage and screen. Miss Adler presents a group ol character studies which made her the hit of Theatre Guild production. Sunday; Nov. 11, 8:00 p. m. Miami Beach Senior High School Auditorium 1420 Drexel Avenue DR. JOACHIM PRINZ A Recent Eyewitness Report on Palestine WEDNESDAY. DEC. 5, TEMPLE ISRAEL IRVING DAVIDSON Raconteur of Jewish Wit and Humor SUNDAY. JANUARY 13. 1946—BEACH HIGH SCHOOL CANTOR DAVID PUTTERMAN Chantor of Liturgical Music -Recording Artist SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1946—BEACH HIGH SCHOOL DELAKOVA and BERK International Jugoslavian Concert Dances SUNDAY. MARCH 3. 1945—BEACH HIGH SCHOOL LEONARD ROSE Miami's Own Internationally Acclaimed Cellist WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24. 1945—BEACH HIGH SCHOOL Subscription for Series, $5.00—Students S2.50 Tax Inclusive For Tickets Call Any of Following Member Agencies 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 WomenNational Home for Jewish Children in Denver—YM & YW HA of Miami-YM 6WHA of Miami Beach Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood—Miami Chapter Hadassah—Women's Division American Jewish Congress. TO BE TRIED London. (JTA) — Forty two guards and administrators of the i Dachau concentration camp will go on trial next week in the first mass war crime proceedings in the American zone in Germany, it was reported here. The formal indictment was read to the defendants on Friday and they have until Nov. 15, when the trial begins, to prepare their defense with the assistance of four American officers and any German attorneys they want to engage. One of the principal defendants is Christof Ludwig Knoll, who bragged that he hanged 98 Jews and many other persons. Friederich Wllhelm Ruppcrt. who operated gas chambers at Maidanek and Martin Weiss, the commandant of Dachau. The trial will take place In courts located on the site of the camp. The Nuremberg trial of the 23 top Nazis, which was to begin on Nov. 20. may be postponed as much as six weeks to allow defense counsel additional time, the I^ondon press reports from Nuremt rg. Another report, from Luene-I berg, says that 1.000.000 words have been spoken there at the Belsen trial which goes into its eighth week tomorrow. The proceedings arc expected to continue for at least another two weeks. A broadcast from Linz. Austria, said that Johann Hoelzel has been sentenced to death by a people's | court In Vienna for shooting four .lews at the Guens Camp last Palm Sunday when the S.S. executed 85 Jews. GROUP MONTH PLANS BOOK ACTIVITIES Observance of Jewish book month during November was planned by the local Jewish Book council which was formed Monday. Max Mcisel, representing Temple Israel library, was named chairman and A. B. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, was selected as secretary. Others on the council are Mrs. Alex Steibel of Beth David Sisterhood; Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami Y; and Jack Marash, executive director of the Beach Y. Among the activities which the council is arranging are book reviews for various organizations and exhibits in religious schools, the University of Miami and for organizations. The council will also sponsor a book review contest for the Greater Miami area with three prizes for the winners. Book awards will be distributed at a children's Chanukah assembly. The council is preparing a list of recommended books which may be purchased through the Bureau of Jewish Education. Contact will be made with local newspapers to call Jewish book month to the attention of book reviewers. The council is urging parents to give books with Jewish content to their children for Chanukah and other occasions. BROTHER'S DEATH IS FIRST IN 60 YEARS United States War Bonds are still the best investment. 1 • -. • HOG • ss?iff Karl Wietzel left this week for Zanesville, Ohio, to attend the funeral of his brother. Fred E. Wietzel. who died Monday morning. This was the first death in the family in the past 60 years. Mr. Wietzel's mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Wietzel, arrived in Miami last week by plane from Zanesville to spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Witzel. They said it took them just as long to get to Miami by plane last week as it took them to travel 20 miles by horse carriage on their honeymoon iln 1885. The senior Wietzels have four children, 14 grandchildren and several greatgrandchildren. Mr. Wietzel is 86 years old and is wife is 79. Vienna, UTAI ed property belongine^SI Jews is not boing ~,„, !" >Q and that .1. %  roCn^ l4 '5! centra,,,,,, imp "? *


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B %  v--i*Sft3 ^^^3p^X^^^£^^^^^^if^^^ FRIDAY, NO VEMBER 9, 1945 +Jewish fhrldton PAGE FIVE WEST FLAGLER SCHOOLING RACES START MONDAY All plans are complete for the nncning of official greyhound Sling races on Monday night, '.,. the West Flagler Kennel club where Florida's 1945-1946 racing season gets under way with naii-mutuel wagering on Tuesdiv Nov. 29. The extensive schooling programs will begin it 8 Prn. and will be free to the public although minors are not admitted under Florida State Ruing commission rules. West Flagler, for many years htc state's No. 1 greyhound racing center in attendance and mutuels has attracted the outstanding 'racing greyhounds in the country for the coming 80-night meeting. Under the personal direction of Jacob Sher, president, and William L. Huntley, vice president and general manager, the downtown track has been notably improved for this first post-war meeting. The long popular mezzanine has been enlarged along with the entire mutuels department Instead of the former wooden fence which surrounded the racing center, patrons will now view an attractive concrete block fence. Also on the mezzanine, patrons will be offered the added convenience of an electric odds board, this in addition to the large all-track electric odds board across the track. The schooling races, which will see the stars of more than 40 kennels prepped for the official meeting, will continue nightly from Monday through Saturday night, Nov. 17. Closed on Sunday and also on Monday Nov. 19, the track will be given its final "best dress" for the major West Flagler Inaugural which promises to arase all Florida records for the sport in attendance and mutuels for an opening night. During the coming week, final employes' rosters will be completed although the West Flagler official family remains prectically the same as in former years. Already in action and checking the dogs as they register is Presiding Judge H. M. Barton, one of the nation's outstanding greyhound racing officials. Ai Deickman, widely • known manager of mutuels, again will be at his post at West Flagler while the program and form charts will be in charge of Merrill Watts, nationally known race chart expert. Dinty Dennis again will be at the announcer's mike with Bert L. Acker in charge of public relations. With the official opening on Nov. 20, the nightly racing with pari-mutuels will start at 8 p. m. with a 10-race program. The daily double will be on the first and third races. LAUNCH CENTER CAMPAIGN BEACH VETS TO MARK ARMISTICE DAY Miami Beach veterans of the two world wars will join in two celebrations of the 26th anniversary of the Armistice Sundav, according to Dr. Maurice Klein, chairman of veteran groups. Tribute will be paid the dead of both wars in a ceremony at the cenotaph on the south side of city hall at 11 a. m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will give the invocation and an overseas veteran will be principal speaker. A dance for members of serice organizations wilal be held at the Elks lodge, 728 West ave., at 8:30 o'clock Sunday night. In the brief program preceding the dance. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will give the invocation and Rev. Dr. Wiley Scott, pastor of the Community church, will give the benediction. Col. T. J. J. Christian, former commanding officer of the Miami Beach service base, and former Gov. Spessard J. Holland will speak. Participating in both ceremonies will be members of the Jewish War Veterans, American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Society of Forty and Eight. Spanish-American War Veterans and the Order of the Purple Heart. FRIDAY REVIEW BEGINS TODAY The third season of "The Friday Review," educational projest of the Women's division, American Jewish Congress will be initiated this afternoon at 1:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review two books dealing with the problem of the returned soldier J. B. Priestley's "Three Men in New Suits" and tester Cohen's "Coming Home." RED ADAMS BUS LINE NOW OFFERING DAILY TWO SIGHTSEEING TOURS IN NEW AIR COOLED BUSSES Tour No. 1. 9 A. M. Tour No. 2. 1 P. M. Miami Beach m Miami Islands • Coral fables Hialeah (Race Tr.) Pa" 0 J uno;le All Tours Leave From Our Terminal For Reservations Phone 3-6371—218 N. E. 2nd Ave. BE THERE STARTING NEXT MONDAY NIGHT 8 P.M. 5w*_FREE Nightly Schoolings Thru Nov. 17 Official Opening—Nov. 20 WEST FLAGLER KFMNFI CMIBf ; ~ wtSl FUGLE* of AVENUE Workers in the $500,000 expansion campaign of the Miami Beach Jewish Center launched the drive Monday night with a dinner. Seated at the head table are Cantor Emanuel Barkan, Nat Hankoff, Joseph Lipton, M. H. Frankel, Harry Sirk in. Rabbi Barnett Brickner, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Lehrman, Al Stone, Joseph F. Rose, Joseph M. Rose, Joseph Berman, B. B. Feiner and Sol Goldstrom. NEWSMAN TO SPEAK AT SISTERHOOD TEA Paul Bruun, Sun-Tropics columnist, will be guest speaker at the annual membership tea of the Congregation Beth Jacob Sisterhood, 2 p. m. Wednesday at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. 711 Lenox Ave. The affair climaxes the membership drive undertaken six weeks ago. Mrs. Jack Hirsch, president, and her committee, will welcome new members. Original character sketches will be given by Mrs. Harold Turk. Musical selections will also be on the program which will be followed by a special get-acquainted feature, "Around the Samovar." Refreshments will be served. Program chairmen are Mrs. Louis Glasser and Mrs. Abraham Levitan. Hostesses include Mrs. Moses Kreiger, Mrs. Harry Genet, Mrs. Rose Weiss, Mrs. Meyer Mescheloff, Mrs. David Whitman, Mrs. Sam Schachno, Mrs. Paulina Hertz, Mrs. S. M. Grundwerg, Mrs. Anna Berov, Mrs. Isaac Ragen. Mrs. Irving Genet, Mrs. Murray Hertz, Mrs. Leibsch Hagen. Mrs. Josephine Brenner, Mrs Philip Portes. Mrs. Irving Makovsky, Mrs. Molly Budner, Mrs. A. J. Safra, Mrs. Harry Zeilinger. The Sisterhood's second annual Chanukah concert will be held Dec. 2 at the Miami Beach High school with a program of guest artists. Cantor Louis D. Feder and the Beth Jacob choir will also appear. Mrs. Louis Glasser is chairman. Tickets may be obtained at the synagogue. Center of Hollywood will be that of Melvin Silva, son of Mrs. Frances Silva, 1805 Jackson st., and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kravetz, 1726 Jackson st. Services will be at the Center tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. A reception will be held at the Center Sunday evening at 7 p. m. For the past two years, Melvin has been an honor student at the Hebrew and Sunday schools sponsored by the Center and is their first pupil to become Bar Mitzva. EX-NAVY OFFICER JOINS LAW FIRM Recently released from the Navy, William Pallot has become associated with the law firm of Leo Rosen in the Congress building. In the Navy four years, Pallot was a lieutenant in the amphibious force. He was commanding officer of an LCI for 14 months and division commander of six LCIs for about 10 months. He spent 22 months at sea. nessee, he lives with his wife and children, Philip and Beatrice, at 2101 S. W. 11th st. HOLLYWOOD TO HAVE FIRST BAR MITZVA The first Bar Mitzva to be held at the Jewish Community I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sura If %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street The Most Precious Gift of All! Christmas comes once a year but your photograph keeps on giving for years to come ... a gift to be treasured always. Our master photographers create photographs in the Christmas spirit. You'll want your Tooley-Myron photograph to be on time for the Christmas tree ... so come in early! 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PAGE SIX +JewlsHk#kJtor) FRIDAY, N OVEMBER ibfcJewiti^bJEJlpjaiJiain Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter Julv 4, 1930. at the Tost Office of Miami. Kla.. under the Act of March. 3, 1S79 Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, S3.00; Six Months. $2.00; 2 Years. S5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor Miami 18. Florida. Friday. November 9. 1945 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 45 KISLEY 4. 5706 BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 Digest of the mail received at Jewish Klorldian poet office box. iw^w^^ JNF blueprints new city to be built on sand dunes between Tel Aviv and Nathania Palestine government to operate air transport organization Palestine diamond cutting industry flourishes Delegation of Palestine farmers en route to U. S. to "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright. 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, jj,. a THE POLITICAL POT: The establishment of a joint comgioo to study the problem of the Jews in Europe in relation to the Palestine question are not proceeding smoothly This explains why Prime Minister Attlie was not in a position to make his much-promised statement on Palestine in Parliament and why the matter was left in studv mechanized methods of plantation development UnI the hands of Foreign Secretary emplovment index in Palestine i Bevin Since it has been is almost zero, with only 900 rej widely publicized that Britain is ported temporarily out of work to make an announcement soon American Zionist Emergency with regard to Palestine. Bevin their have mennames graphs supplied to the G, 0tc in Berlin for %  •apprSriau*' tion," the nature of wh?h left to the ima Elnatlon Whlch ** results of the German anii' 5 council reminds former Senator may make some kind of a stateish propaganda were soon Guy state M. in Gillette that Jewish ment, but it will not be the statePalestine will mean ment This is because there CAPITAL FUNDS Add all the goals of the capital funds drives now in progress and those contemplated in the near future and you have quite a sizeable amount. What's more, the Greater Miami Jewish community will raise it. The figure, somewhat staggering as large sums usually are, is not an exaggerated one. ; equal rights for Arabs and Jews seems to be serious differences alike Sen. Pepper lauds pioof opinion between London and necring spirit" of settlers on PalWashington with regard to the estine land redeemed by Junior functions of the projected AngloHadassah ... At JNF dinner Dr. American commission ... In Abba Hillel Silver, co-chairman fact, at one time last week the of Zionist Emergency council, i Anglo-American negotiations on receives album of Golden Book | the establishment of this comInscriptions, each of which rep; mission almost broke down. resent $100 or more for redempafter the matter seemed to be tion of Palestine land ... i all settled And even now Daniel Brick heads Jewish Prime Minister Attlee will have Agency in Sweden where hard J b convincing President thousands find haven AJC Truman that_ what Britain is tryagents intensified their ,. propaganda by J£ U > lists containing the n£ ula, MI Jewish firms. H A n me^ f ^ British firms whte^_S_ Jews as clerks TL 55*W accompanied bv £,,*"*( ing all "Aryans' to ft* ?* firms and threatening tha &2 who would no, COAT** Every dollar asked for is needed and will be well spent Several factors, notable in their mention, lead us to an optimistic outlook. Hard to realize this community has passed its infancy, weathered its teens and now enters early manhood. This growth has made Miami one of the twenty largest cities in the United States, from the aspects of the Jewish population and fund raising. Community coordination, weathering many storms, has come a long way. Topping it has come the awakening of individual responsibility to community, to Jewish and civic endeavor and to fellow man With the responsibility has been ^^"p^ntage*"! npm ir > to selfthe'United* St"ates"on the gradual and successful education in the art of giving and | rations from Germany be set the Palestine issue is something adequacy in contributing. Understanding of Jewish tradition i aside for compensation of Ger and background has and will continue to develop leadership, | !" an £ cw ^ s • • • Dr K PP el the key to a healthy, giowing. progressive community. son. Queens college professor, di{ reels JDC education programs I for Jews in German and AustThe Miami Beach Jewish Center formally launched a half irjaj, DP centers Allied cornmillion dollar drive last week The funds will be used to erect mission decrees abolition of all a new, enlarged and expanded structure to serve its many activities. The opening function, raising about S200.000, set a pace for other citizens to follow. With this exemplary beginning, the Center is bound to succeed. This sum represents the dona'< f rom Rus sia to Rumania tions of just a handful of individuals Successful in their prij Men adverse to' taking advanL^ the situation The £$L government sejz,,, ffi J* !" | of Jewjsh industrialist S the Japanese seized, after P e Harbor, all the properties nf E Sasoons the Shannons and ,£ Jews who had large commerce "; '. •? we11 s bo k ls extremely interesting, since it is the fo£ hand story of a man who triv. elled extensively throughout the Far Eeast and who was reoatri fir 1 to $_, u %  o n an *£ ship in 1942, after being imnnl which America should be willing i oned and tortured bv the bnT to accept ... In Washington a nese feeling of pessimism prevails with regard to the forthcoming Attlee-Truman talks on Palestine The Anglo-American negotiations at their present rent Neither~Yhe~J a „;! DM nor their Chinese Danes* of AAF Redistribution vote lives, these men contributed substantially to the C ***, | SSff-JlSS Jft*, !" U C h$ undertaKing, thus evidencing that they are fully sold on the Naxi laws from German judicial Bta e are shrouded in such great system Commillee to assist secrecy that none of the Zionist rehabilitation of displaced inlelleaders in this country, or in lecluals established in N. Y. .London, actually knew what is 3.000 more Jews repatriated K lr >8 "" behind the diplomatic scenes Among Zionist leaders in New York there is a suggestion being advanced that a need Others will follow their lead. History has shown that the synagogue with its manifold activities remains a bulwark in the continuity of Jewish live—educating youth to assume the reigns of leaderships in the years to come. Providing the pace of assembly for young and old, the Miami Beach Jewish Center's new structure will go far towards meeting the needs of the community's progressive pace lain Saul Kraft to send to UJA More than 4.000 volumes of Judica sent to 168 U. S. colleges by Jewish Chautauqua society in past four months Over 190. d CULTURAL NOTES: With Jewish Book month now being observed in hundreds of synagogues and centerthroughout the country, it is or.lv proper to draw attention to the services which the Jewish Publication society has rendered to American Jewry since its foundation in 1888 ... No Jew in the United States who has a deep interest in Jewish books can afford not to be a member of the Jewish Publication society, or at least U. S. Supreme Court decision interpreting the terms of the Palley. \ eterans' administration director, to address 50th encampment of JWV in Atlantic City, No. 23-25 Denver and Tulsa ing convention of the Zionist Organization of opens on City. America which vice-president of the society for his energetic efforts and his abilitv w hich has NOV. 16 at Atlantic brought such excellent results in making the Jewish Publication OM —-,-,-.-i society verv popular among ON THE RECORD: How the thousands of Jews in all parts of Nazis extended their anti-Jewish the countrv And speaking ^'""PaKanda to Shanghai where, of literature, you are cordially -5.000 Jewish refugees from Gerinvited to participate in a conmany and Austria found refuge test for a $5,000 prize for the U told graphically by John B. best book combatting intolerance Powell in -My Twenty-Five in America We .peak of the Yean in China." just published Julian Messner Award which Macmillan One of the which comes as a contribution INTERIM OFFICERS ELECTED BY BJE Louis Heiman was reelected president of the Bureau of Jewish Education at a meetii the board of night. The election was nec< sitated bv the reorganu I ; ? ld 2£ American correspondents from the Ensign Lionel Judah the Bureau. "• China. Powell relates that the Tachna Memorial inundation lbution of anti-Jewish established at Michigan universmemory of Ensign gave his life in the oral Sea The The Miami YM YWHA is ready to launch a S200.000 campaign to erect a building to fill truly emergency needs. j Jewish councils oppose national Organization of the drive is well on the way to culminate some i condilct"?^ ^d' 3 "' 1, Callf t0 15 years of planning Striving to attain its deserved place in | the community structure for many years, those who have undertaken to assist the Y truly demonstrate that this purpose has been accomplished. With community recognition, participation and acknowledged support, the future of the Miami Y and a new building is now more than ever assured. Temple Beth Sholom, with a S400.000 building drive; Hillel. $35,000: Temple Israel, Beth David and Beth Jacob all have capital fund raising efforts scheduled. The Miami Beach Y, the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Home for the Aged plan expansion for the coming year Sounds like a great deal of expansion, but it is all sound. We repeat, Greater Miami will meet the challenge ACTION NEEDED Despite the visit here of well-meaning, but wrong intentioned representatives of the American Council for Judaism this week, the Palestine situation is slowly coming to a head. Their appearance here is to our way of thinking a waste of both ] time and money. Their ranting have mad'e little impression^ £S^ft7 £ | Kr£ Z^VTT. either in the United States or on Great Britain. Israel ^ Shapoff. Leon Kaplan. One Saturday aUernoon shortly The British appear to be building up a situation in Palestine ; veil *?% Goodman and before the attack on Pearl Hafwhich means to come about as close to declarinq war on the ;" "& ,,"P tUm | ^xw "hen the Race course was of troops, including tanks and parachute troops have been I ments will be made shortly. I though distributed from an airbrought into Palestine, end even two submarines were reported | ext w 'eek. Committee appoint-' Plane The leaflets contained to be in the Palestine waters now. All of these preparations Gannes director, reports. | anti-Jewish slogans printed both purportedly are for any trouble that may occur in Palestine in i connection with the expected announcement that the White Also elects \i-.-t H a r iis, v •'^'""""•-'" ami-ucvwsu esiaonsnea at -> Simonhoff e v ?e pTesTdenf: K S£5fc^ftS th C £ irs \ in 'ty ,n 1942 in nMaunce Sager. • %  r -S hal s history-took place Tachna who ga\ Max Meig? treasured" "ThSe ^S" 0 1 'Z2 n ?.~. !" &" a 2 Battle of the Cc ; will serve until the ani SKSJ^u! i agentS £ eRan t0 Prize-winning work may be ficaal elections in April I cl a ^i, la ,!?, n .u m be h tion or non-fiction, and mav deal Tn -HH„mn l\ ,1 Shanghai in 1941. they found all with the broad problem of into!S :T^JL M %  "E^3? i *S!!^^^ SJpecific man^ (Shanghai in 1941. they found jthe British-owned hotels clo ac kuy on ^ a S n ,h rCP / If"t0 ,hem • Tht y therefore, took tluon^ofTt The c ntest closes i^l ^ i ^? ard the follow -; ^P quarters at the Park hotel, a 0 n March 30 1946 ng were elected as members at: new Chinese-owned hostelrv. 16 j Ma -^^2___ e Race ZIONISTS TO EXPAND YOUTH ACTIVITIES in English and Chinese .It was Dr. Albert E. Organigation of a Junior Hadassah group in Miami, two Masada clubs and a Zionist Campus group at the University of Miami is being planned by the Zionist Youth commission. S. A. Goodman and Milton Rosenthal was discovered that the leaflets had I Mannheimer were named chair Kosentnal w as been thrown from the tower of man and secretary of the cornPaper, barring Jews from Palestine, is to be continued I S^t S'SSeV meeUne ^^ I ^r^o&^d^t been pr U ofe^onai m and SffiS Uft SS? b >' ^ h h -T^ ~ All of these soldiers and military weapons have been P brought into Palestine to subdue the Jews. What crime have *roup Tuesday evening. man emu son. !" .' -, mission at a meeting Saturda> night. Two vice chairmen inwn It w-as just Miami and Miami Beach are w thes.Jews committed that all this force must be used a gains Also / „ a J J-),.^Jhjt Jhousands ^ -^ted -i*m Jhe them? Their crime consists in the fact that they demand that AS?TCI.A2 President; Dr. gun to gam a foothold in the years work was given by Kabbi the gates of Palestine be opened to the displaced Jews in the dent Geor^' TJ£? V1Ce VTeS1 Shan K hai community as small | Mose s Mescheloff. German camps, to all the victims who were the chief sufferers Alvin Cassell treasure" ana lme's r '" professional during the war The Harrison report, submitted to the President of the United States after an investigation of the situation of the displaced Jews in the German camps, has recommended wilha rr.D. Singer, marshall. hack on A week before the atPearl arbor the Nazi parachutes and is prepared to mow down any Jew who takes the same position as Mr. Harrison or President Tniman. The executive committee the commission met Tuesw night to continue planning u years activities. placed Jews in the German camps, has recommended that Nor V !" rk !" aon or esi aent iruman. _____ „^ t ^ M <;FT_S these displaced Jews be permitted to enter Palestine. Dean A, M, ^T" C ? n 9 overnm ent entirely free of blame. BETH SHOLOM %  ajggp Harrison incidentally, it is reported, left for his investigation in o„, iT'iS A f _* rmer Under S ecretary of State, pointed DOUBLED MEMBERbflU Germany with a bias against Zionism, but. after his survey and ', dKSn i. "!? H? wee i c America from the time -—rr e .,, en ,berstudy of the situation of the displaced Jews, came to the confiw u _*_"? has aiciall y endorsed the Baliour Decla-1 A drive to double its me^ elusion that Palestine was the only hope for these dieplaS SEy on ?___„_* ^ d v avers "* %  We 'J e that we have no gf'fife^ Som JB persons. President Truman, too. has indicated his complete ££ I Zl „i!' Ve comm,,,ed ouxselvo. time and Emanuel P Goldstrict servm* approval of the report and has, in fact, asked that 100.000 of ,lu inB D A pl f d< 3 e ln Prty platiorm. Congressional, chairman of the mem*^ these displaced persons be permitted to enter Palestine I DeHamtL R!., 6 ^ •.^ end is t rnem to su PPrt of the Baliour ^'"'nittee. kly forthwith. %  —---—%  ?? *J deP.tte all this, we still hem and haw and I ..As part of the d >£ *• ^ the British Government has brought in tanks and cerned Wr5 e r ra P lementin 9 *~ ^ words are coni Sg $*%?%£* ^^ a cerned. Write your Congressman to demand action and now! %  £5"sundly at 10:30 a. mBut now i— ~ — %  ....



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PftpAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1945 f *Jewisttk>ridian PAGE SEVEN GREATER MIAMI AMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation DECEMBER COMMITTEE u Oi The Jvwtah Welfare Board Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service Tn MFFT AT TFR SERVICE... Pfc Marvin Goldman is spendIna furlough from Ft. Benning, r with his parents. Mr. and Mrs S. H. Goldman, 1775 S. W. 16th ave. Pfc Goldman recently returned from Germany where hc served as a paratrooper with The famous 101st Airborne division Among his decorations he w ears the Presidential Unit citation. Seymour L. Pf P r aviation rhicf machinist's has been graduated from the instruments school at the Naval air technical SntaSnl center Chicago, the Navy's largest advanced aviation school. Perper is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L Perper. 224 E 37th St.. Miami Beach. As a member of an air group att ,'chod to the famous Task r orc e 58, Perper participated in the first carrier raid on Tokyo in February of the year. His overseas activities include the Lmeaven Gulf and Iwo Jima campaigns. A graduate of Miami High school in 1937, he has been in the Navy seven years and plans to make it his career. After 33 months in the Southwest Pacific. Sgt. Herman Lobel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Lobel. 625 W. 42nd St., was discharged from the Army at Camp Blanding Monday. During his 40 months in the service, Lobel was awarded the Asiatic-Pacific campaign ribbon with five stars, tin Philippine Liberation ribbon with one star, the Distinguished Unit citation and the Good Condud medal. Lobel has returned to Miami. Dave H. Goldberger, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Akiba Goldberger, 1043 Euclid ave., has been promoted to sergeant in India. While serving at Miami Beach, he was master of ceremonies and producer of hospital shows for special services. He also directed GI shows overseas for the Air Corps and the Red Cross. His brother, Pfc. Arthur Goldberger, was one of three Miami paratroopers to enter Tokyo after the Jap surrender. Pfc. A. S. Lehrman of the Fourth Marine division arrived in the States last week after The Army Meritorious Service award for outstanding service on Leyte and Okinawa was recently awarded to a company of which Pfc. Jacob D. Gordon, son of Mrs. A. L. Gordon, 300 21st St., is a member. Pfc. Gordon served as a clerk with the service company of the 382nd Infantry in both the Leyte and Okinawa campaigns. In addition to the Meritorious Service award, he holds the Combat Infantryman badge and the Bronze Arrowhead. He is the former manager of the Viking hotel, Miami Beach. Lt. (jg) Sender Stolove, 3080 N. W. Second st„ is a member of the Naval Air Transport seri vice's Pacific wing, returning serving 22 months in the Pacific. alljed military prisoners of war He is spending a 30 day leave to the United States. Stolove is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. a graduate of the University of Max Lehrman, 801 N. W. 74th Miami where he was a member st. Pfc. Lehrman, who has been of Iron Arrow, men's honorary in the Marines in the Saipan, | fraternity. Iwo Jima ond Tinian campaigns. TO MEET AT TEA Mrs. Gus Feuer, December chairman of the Temple Israel Sisterhood, will be hostess to members of her committee at a tea in her home, 50 Hibiscus island, this afternoon. Plans for December activities will be formulated. Mrs. Rcba Engler Epstein, president, will address the group. The committee consists of the Messrs. Dan Ruskin, Max Orovitz, Maury Koven, Albert Seiden, Lester Hart, Harold Spaet, Henry Wolff, Clarence Feuer. Stella Hantman, Albert Hirsch, Henry Hirsch, Clara Hyman, Maxwell Hyman, Manuel Josoloff, Albert Kahn, Samuel Karns, Arthur Kahn, B. S. Kahn, Irving Kobley. Harry Kozaekosf. Jerusalem (JTA)—The antiJewish riots in Egypt demonstrate the insecurity of Jews in neighboring Arab countries and emphasizes the necessity of allowing them and Jews from Europe to emigrate to Palestine. SMILE OF FREEDOM Max Kanier, Box 1401, Miami Beach, has been honorably discharged at the Jacksonville Naval separation center. He held the rank of chief machinist's mate. S'Sgt. Isadore Sakovilz, 337 S. W. Fourth st., was released from the Army at Camp Bland ing las Wednesday. Tech Sgt. Samuel H. Glasser, son of Mrs. Ida Glasser, 8334 Jefferson ave.. was discharged at Baer Field, Ind., after eight months in Europe as a radio gunner. He holds the DFC. Air Medal with three clusters and a Presidential Unit citation. Ensign David Goodman, son of Dr. and Mrs. Morris Goodman, 3619 Flamingo dr., spent a few days' leave at home recently. He is now stationed at Charleston, S. C. He entered the Navy 28 months ago as an apprentice seaman and later was a cadet and a V-12 student at the University of North Carolina. HADASSAH PLANS TWO EVENTS A report of Hadassah's projects for the coming year will be given by Mrs. Abraham Goodman, president of the Miami chapter of Hadassah, at the regular monthly meeting of the group 2 p. m. Monday at the Triton hotel, 2729 Collins ave. Mrs. Goodman recently returned fi >m Chicago where she attended the national convention ol Hadassah. Also on the program will be an analysis of world Zionist affairs by Mrs. Max Dobrin, political chairman. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, program chairman, hw arranged a dramatic presentation. Those participating in the skit with Mrs. Lehrman will be Mrs. George Chertkof, Mrs. S. M. Leslie, Mrs. N. Douglas Raff and Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. On Wednesday, Hadassah will hold a membership tea at the home of Mrs. Lester Hart, 3301 Flamingo dr., from 3 to 9 p. m. A musical program by Bernard Mayerson and Irving has been arranged. Laibson BB WOMEN GIVE TEA THURSDAY PWO GIVES LUNCH FOR DELEGATE A farewell luncheon was tendered Mrs. Norman Jacobs Saturday afternoon at Burdine's Tea Room prior to her departure for Cleveland to attend the 20th annaal convention of the Pioneer Women's organization for Palestine, Nov. R-12. Mrs. Jacobs is representing the combined i chapters of Greater Miami Pioneer Women. Guests at the luncheon included Mesdames I. Rosengarten, H. Faber, C. Segal, J. Zabarsky, W. Berson. G. Greenberg, Scherle, R. Melenson. E. Mink, S. Levin, M. Seithn, I. Shapoff and S. Sorin. Since 1925, the Pioneer Women's group has grown into a national organization numbering 16,000 members throughout the U S., Canada and Mexico. It is a Labor-Zionist organization dedicated to the building of Palestine along cooperative lines. To date, it has raised $2,000^00 for its sister organization in Palestine whose major task is helping refugee women and children in Palestine. The Child Rescue Fund and the Jewish National Fund are also supported by the Pioneer Women. Staff Sgt. Sidney A. Wien, son of Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien of 122 W. Di Lido dr., is now attending Shrivenham American university in England where the second two-months term opened with an enrollment of more than 4,000 soldier students. __ MISS~FRANCIS TO WED PVT. GOLDBERG Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Francis, of 1001 Seventh St., Miami Beach, and Asheville, N. C, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Bessie Love Francis and Pvt. Leon Goldberg. No date has been set for tfie wedding. Miss Francis was graduated from Asheville schools and completed a year's work at a Baltimore school of nursing. Pvt. Goldberg is from Bethlehem, Penna., and is now stationed at Indian Town Gap, Penna. He served in the European theater and received the Purple Heart and Bronze Star medal. She thought she'd never mlle again, but today, after seven yean of homelessness, 19-year-old Lore Blank, a refugee girl whose parents died during the family's imprisonment in three Naii concentration camps, has reason to feel cheerful. The National Refugee Service, which is financed by the United Jewish Appeal, located her uncle. Dr. Frederick Blank, in New York City, and Lore is on her way from Europe t join him. More good news awaits her here—her brother, who escaped and joined the underground, has been located through NRS in the Netherlands. Boston (JTA) — The greater Boston Jewish community wound up in the 1945 combined Jewish appeal campaign successfully at a 50th anniversary campaign Victory Dinner, exceeding its S3.000.000 quota. Dr Israel Goldstein receiving the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity from Dr. Louis Finkelstcin, president of the Jewish TheoU.P.A; BUILDS NEW SETTLEMENTS B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge are sponsoring a member.-hip garden-game party and tea ill the home of Mrs. Sam Blank. 321 E. Di Lido dr. on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 15, at 1 p. m. Advance reservations should be made with Mrs. Harvey Herman, chairman of the tea, at 3-3230. Co-chairman is Mrs. William Levine. Committee members include Mrs. Alex Cohen, Mrs. Joseph Herman, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Ann Kaufman, Mrs. A. Seidler, Mrs. Ann Bromberg, Mrs. Max Levin, Mrs. David Zangwill, Mrs. E. V. Seidler, Mrs. M. Bergman, Mrs. Jean Silverman. A regular meeting of the B'nai B'rith Women will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock at the Miami Beach Y. MISS GOODLAW PLANS TRIP TO HOLYLAND A return trip to Palestine is being planned by Miss Molly Goodlaw, who is now attending the Pioneer Women's Organize, tion's convention in Cleveland as a delegate of the Miami Beach chapter. Miss Goodbw whose family lives in the Holy Land expects to remain theie lor ai least five years. Farewell parties were given for her recently at the homes ol Mrs. Lena Minses and Mrs. M Savetta by local chapters of the Seer group. Miss Goodlaw was presented a Golden BOOK certificate by Mrs. Mintses. Jewfah National Fund chairman of fe Miami Beach chapter. Mrs. Lena Volk and Mrs. O. Fabti presided at the two parties. HEBREW BOOK STORES 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties Jewish surveyors start work on a new Keren Hayesod aettlemcnt, on Keren Kayemeth land-one of twelve agricultural settlements established in Palestine during the pest year by the agencies receiving their American .upport through the United Palestine Appeal. These set. dements will provide homes, work and food for demobilised Jewish servicemen end women MJWU .M %  Immitrsata bom KlMWUed Europe. Too United Palestine Appeal, now marking its twentieth anniversary as the central fund-raising instrument of American Jewry for the j upbuilding of the Jewish National Home in Palestine, has aided in the expansion of every aspect of tho economic and cultural development of the Jewish homeland to make possible the reconstruction of Jewish life there on < sound end secure tanndalinna. i ;. % %  ; %  <* %  t. i i



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PAGE EIGHT vJewisti ncrklian In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301-311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; Moses Meacheloff, rabbi; Orthodox.—Services Krlduy evening at 5:18. Adult Saturday morning service 8:30 o'clock. Kabul M.scheloff will preach on "Bookltind." Cantor Louis D. Fcdtr will chant the service. Junior congregation services for boys and girls of elementary school age, 10 a. m. Intermediate services for adolescents, 10 a. m. The lllble study group will meet with S. J. Freedman at 4 p. m. Shulos Sudos, 0:15 p in. The rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday morning. Junior classes, 10 to noon. Dally Talmud Torah classes 4 to 7 p. m. and Sundays 9 a. m. to noon. Bar Mitrva study class Tuesday and Thursday, 7 p. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON1 GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.— Friday evening services, 5:45 o'clock. Saturday morning services at 9. lialiy services at S a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Junior congregation services Saturday at ." a. m. at Schaarel Zedek Talmud Torah, 1S4E S. W. 3rd street. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. 135 N. W. Third Ave.; Max Shapiro, rabbi} Comervative. — In keeping with the AZA Sabbath observance, the Sigma Kho chapter will Inpresented at the late services tonibt at S:15. Jack Mades will give the opening prayer and Joel Vogel will deliver the closing prayer, Harvey Relman and Harold Welnberg will apeak on the Importance of their program, Marx Felnberg, AZA adviser, will discuss "The Importance of B'nal B'rlth." Habbl Shapiro will discuss "Armistice or Peace?" Cantor Abraham Friedman, aaalated by the lieth David choir. will officiate. Last Friday evening Mr ami Mrs. Hen Kandel were hosts at the social hour and the floral decorations, were presented by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon. Mr nnd Mrs. Max Lehrman will don ite the floral offering tonight in honor of their son's return from the Pacific. Purlng the services Saturday morning nt S:3" a'clack, Sherman, son of Mr. anil Mis M.ix S. biiitz.r. will become bar tnitzva. Student service. 10:30 a. m. Members who wish to celebrate special occasions such as birthdays. anniversaries. homecoming of servicemen or In memory of beloved ones, please contact the office, 2-1473, or Mrs. H. Sootln, 3-15S9. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman, rabbi; Conservative—Friday evening services, 5:45 o'clock. Late Friday evening service*, 8:15, dedicated to the Royal Palm chapter, AZA Participating in the service will be Richard Cohen. Marvin Frankel. Marvin Mass. Ronald Levy, Warren Lleberman and Stanley Smith. Hill Bchwarsman will give the sermonette nnd llabbi Lehrman will speak on "The Challenge t.> Youth Cantor Emanuel B.nk.m will chant the service, assisted by the Center choir. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law at Saturday morning services which begin at '.' O'clock. Junior congregation services. Saturday. l" a m. Saturday evening. Mlncha at :, IS o'clock, followed by Bhalos Sudos and Muarlv. AZA-BBQ-Bar Mltzvah breakfast Sunday : %  a. m Quest apeaker will be Shepard Broad. Hebrew school and Sunday school now in session. Senior youth council • Saturday at s p. m.. for grades 10, n and 12 Information about youth activities may be secured bj calling the Center office. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave., at 41st St., Miami Beach; Leon Kronish, rabbi; Samuel Kelemer, cantor; Liberal—Friday evening service at 8:15. Flamingo chapter, AZA, win participate. Rabbi Kronish will conduct the service, assisted by Robert Townseiid and Sid Mortis. Sam Greenfeder, Sam I>erner and Fred Silverman will present a symposium, George Pert man, president of the MlMiami lieach lodge of B'nal B'rlth will deliver greetings. Mrs. Leon KU and Mrs. Irving Ruthman will be hostesses at the social hour following the services. During the Sabbath service. 10:45 Saturday, Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friedman, will become bar mltzvah. A klddush will folloy the service. Cantor Kelemer will render the musical portions at all services. TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St.: Saul Appelbaum, rabbi; Reform— Friday evening services nt 8:18. Rabbi Appelbaum will speak on "Twilight of Armistice Pay." Han,Id Turk, president of Sholem Dodge, will speak briefly In observance of B'nal B'rlth Sabbath. A reception given by the Sisterhood In Kaplan hall will follow the service. Mrs. Harry Boyell will be In charge, assisted by the Mesdames Edward Golden, Ix>uls Altmayer and Douls Boyell. Mrs. George Adler will light the candlee at the service. Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatments of acute medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Electric-Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE. M. D. Medical Director and President 1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones, 2-0243—9-1042 Open 10 Members of Dada County Medical Assn. r OoTvJGUSTBROS u\i I I, /< ( \ I I NO INCIDENTS IN ARAB STRIKE Jerusalem, (JTA) — The Arab general strike in Palestine, called to protest admission of Jews into the country, passed quietly. No incidents were reported from any part of the country. The executive committee of the Jewish Agency met here, meanwhile, to discuss the situation resulting from the violence that took place last week. From the scope of the attacks, it is believed here that nt least 500 persons were involved. Informed quarters, however, do not think that this is the beginning of full-scale warfare against the British, but, rather, a warning of what can be expected if the Government's long-awaited decision on Palestine is unsatisfactory. Official statements by the police and military authorities attribute the violence to "Jewish saboteurs," but an army spokesman said that the identity of the groups was still unknown. The official communique does not specify the extent of the damage done, or the names of those killed. However, it is known that one of the three attackers who were mortally wounded was Isaac Weighmann, a weaver from Tel Aviv, whose body was found after the terrorists retreated from the Lydda junction, where the greatest damage was done to the rail lines. oPlice, using dogs, followed the trail of some of the alleged attackers to the colony of Kamath Hakovosh, but were prevented from entering the settlement by a hurriedly assembled crowd of settlers from nearby colonies, estimated at 1,000 persons. After an hour the police withdrew without any clashes. BROTHERS OPEN SELTZER PLAN T The South's first seltzer water plant was opened yesterday at 532 N. W. Fourth ave., by Harry Burak of 960 Jefferson ave.. and his brother Isidore. Product of the Burak Bottling Co. will be known as "Good Health Seltzer." Made in a machine imported from London, it is filtered through charcoal, sand and specially treated paper for purity. Both owners were recently discharged from the Arm y. Harry Troy, who lias had 44 years experience in the business, is plant manager. TO OPEN HOTEL Bernard Rakoff and A. Hayman, Atlantic City hotelmen have leased the London Arms hotel, 727 Collins ave., and Will open it Nov. 16. A strictly kosher dining room will be maintained. Reservations may be made by calling 5-1264. AZA TO CONDUCT EVENING SERVICES Local chapters of AZA will observe International Junior B'nai B'rith Sabbath tonight at several Greater Miami synagogues. Royal Palm chapter will participate in services at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. At Temple Beth Sholom. George Bertman, president of the Miami Beach B"nai B'rith lodge, will give greetings and the Flamingo chapter of AZA will assist in the services. In Miami, Sigma Rho members will conduct services at Beth David and Marx Feinberg of Sholom lodge will speak. Harold Turk, president of Sholem lodge, will be the speaker at Temple Israel services which will be conducted by the Miami AZA. Recently organized, the Flamingo chapter is headed by Robert Newman, president. Other officers are Fred Silverman. vice president; Leonard Feldman, treasurer; Ronald Sherman, secretary: Jerome Sheftell, Shotar Koton; Michael Jurmain, Shotor Godol; Robert Townsend. Shofar; Roy Miller, champlain. Sandy Ziff and Martin Genet are B'nai B"rith advisors for the group and Rabbi Leon Kronish is spiritual advisor. The enemy's ears Are opened wide So military secrets We must hide! fB 1 MAN JOINS LOCAL LAW^FIRM Robert L. Flovd f„_ known as DecostvTin* 111 fe Floyd. Floyd was!' !" l <*i the Dtet^St^^ftr o. 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Lots of folks today are paying loo much for their whistles, too paying high prices for stuff they don't really need ... or want just because they can't wait until they can buy first-rate merchandise and get their money's worth ... in service and satisfaction. Now that reconversion is well under way, the best is yet to come. Take Carrier Air Conditioning for instance, with all the modern improvements perfected during the years when constant research was needed to meet the demands of war in order that air conditioning would function effectively and economically in every climate and under every imaginable condition. 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T PPJPAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1945 vJewisbncridkiri PAGE NINE Zionism and The Council The Ihird in a series of artides on Zionism and the American Council of Judaism is concerned with the question of religion and Jewish nationalism. Dr. Carl N. Herman, rabbi of Temple Israel in West Palm Beach, debates the issue for the Council and Rabbi Irving Lehrman takes the Zionists' side. JUDAISM OR JEWISH NATIONALISM By Dr. Carl N. Herman Many citizens of the United States of Jewish faith never felt the need heretofore to explain publicly their religion, nationality or race. However, there has risen a movement in Israel which has caused much confusion in the matter of the identity of the jew. It has created a state of amnesia among many. They know they are Jews but do not know why. That is because this movement has thrown out of the window all scientific learning and refers to Jews indiscriminately in terms of nation or race or both. They have taken to the radio, the press and the platform to explain to Jews and nonJews that we have been mistaken even as have the anthropologists, the political scientists and the sociologists and that we are, according to the findings and ratiocination of political Zionists, Jews by race, Jews by nationality, Jews by culture and incidentally, also Jews by religion. Now, it is apparent that any group claiming itself to be a nation, must perforce have a nation. So, they claim modern Palestine as a Jewish nation. Ancient Hebrew tribes, by displacing eight nations, settled in Canaan and later, over the protest of Samuel, organized a kingdom. The Hebrew Prophets devoted themselves to denouncing the political corruption and social injustices of that nation. Other than those Prophets, there is little of that national period of which we can be proud. David rounded out the nation by bloody conquest. Solomon expanded his empire by political intrigue and so exploited the people that upon his death, the nation became divided. In 722 B. C. E., the ten tribes of the northern kingdom of Israel disappeared. In 536 B. C. E.. when those outside Palestine were permitted to return to Judea, it was no easy matter to persuade enough to return to reestablish the nation. It has been said that the Hebrew Prophets set the theme of Jewish history. They challenged Israel to leadership in a faith in Uod and His moral law. Their emphasis was on religion. The nation finally came to an end in the year 70. Johanan ben Zakkai fled from Palestine and thus preserved what was worth preserving—Judaism. Today, ever so many American citizens of the faith of Judaism are unable to work themselves into a state of emotional ecstasy for a "Jewish nation," the claims for which are based on that ancient experimental failure. They also recall that the '•Golden Age of Jewish Thought and Literature" took place in Spain under Mohammedan rule and not in Palestine. They are cognizant of our blessings and development here in America. There is no quarrel with those who feel differently. There have been those who have had no interest in Judaism and who have felt the need for nationalism or racialism to explain their "Jewishness." Herzl leads a list of prominent names among them. Others who accept Judaism see a hope in nationalism. The real point at issue is that political Zionists have a way of speaking for all Jews. They constantly refer to Jews outside of Palestine as being in exile—in galuth. They include all of us when they speak of Jewish race or nation and the desire for a nation in Palestine. They imply that only those interested in political Zionism are interested in the problem of the Jewish refugee. Palestine as one haven of refuge is desired by all Jews. By Religion Alone That is why many American citizens of the Jewish faith feel it necessary to explain their point of view. As citizens of the United States, they want it known that they are not in exile, that the Star Spangled Banner and not Hatikvah is the only national anthem for which they rise. They want it known that they recognize only the Stars and Stripes and not the so-called Jewish flag as their national symbol. They are Jews by religion alone and they maintain that what is needed in this world is a courageous fight by all religious groups for those principles of democracy which alone will eliminate bigotry and racial and religious persecution in the world. Their re. liance is on the power of religion and the contribution which Judaism can make rather than on Jewish nationalism. NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Serricemen: Why not main our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343 RELIGION OR NATIONALISM By Rabbi Irving Lehrman I am reminded of one of Hitlers greatest successes, his propaganda theory and the principle that if you tell the people a lie often enough, and if the lie is big enough, they will come to believe it ultimately. The Jewish people is 4,000 years old. Never until the 19th century did the question of religion or nation arise in Jewish tradition, for not until that time was the necessity seen of proclaiming the Jew a member merely of a religious bodv. It ar se then for the Treaty of Westphalia proclaimed equality and the right of religious freedom, and since cultural plural! sm was still an undiscovered ideal it was possible to include the Jews only on the basis of their being a religious community. They could not be a separate national group. Therefore, in the minds of some of their leaders, Judaism had to give up its nationalism And they began to proclaim that Judaism is a religion. And they repeated and repeated this gross misstatement until they believed it themselves. They taught it to their children. And a new and unheard of theory arose in Jewish life. Judaism is a religion! The members of the American Council For Judaism are the direct descendants of those 19th century propagandists. They believe that Judaisim is a religion. Why? Because they have been hearing it for two centuries and they like the idea, because they themselves have strayed from Jewish tradition, because they have cut themselves off from the spirit of the Jewish masses, because they are ignorant of, or choose to ignore the implications of Jewish festivals and traditions, because they do not know, or do not wish to know, what Judaism has always meant to the Jew,—and last, but perhaps most important of all, because their stand is the easiest and most painless for them to take, and the simplest for the uneducated, uninformed gentile to understand. Judaism and nationalism, Judaism and Zionism are one and the same thing. They are inseparable,—as inseparable as the right foot and the left foot, the melody and the lute, the bud and the branch. No Jew who calls himself religious can fail to be a Zionist. Religion is the private relationship between an individual and his God. Judaism is religion PLUS. Judaisim is the sum total of the product of the Jewish soul. It is the essence of Jewish tradition. It is the civilization of the Jew. It is his culture, literature, philosophy, ethics, belief and morality, his customs, mores and folk ways—the entire weltanschaung of the Jewish people. Judaisim depends for life on a Jewish people. It is not called by the name of Abraham its founder, or Moses its greatest prophet. It is called Judaism, to show itself as the product of an entire people,—Judaism the civilization of the Jewish people. The very use of the Hebrew language in the synagogues of the world proclaims the existence of the Jewish people and the detemination of the Jew never to relinquish that ancient tie with his brothers. His failure to ignore Hebrew throughout the centuries of his dispersion, is one of the greatest expressions of the Jew's belief in his nationalism. Historically and traditionally, Judaism belongs to Palestine. The three major Jewish festivals are reflections of meteorological conditions in Palestine. Passover is the spring festival of Palestine, Shavuoth its wheat harvest festival, and Succoth celebrates the joy of the final harvest—in Palestine. The Succah is the Palestinian harvest booth, the palm branch and the citron are reminiscent of Palestinian growth. Our prayers for rain and for dew are prayers not for Miami Beach, or Chicago or New York, but for Palestine. Tisha B'av, and every one of the minor fasts have one function, to recall the tragic destruction of the Jewish state in Palestine, just as Chanukah is the expression of our undyina rejoicing at having reclaimed Palestine and its Judaism for ourselves over 2,000 years ago. When we cover our heards in prayer, as Jewish tradition demands, we do so, not in keeping with the standards of the Occident, but with those of Palestine, when we wear the tallith, we wear a garment of Palestine, when we stand in the synagogue and face the ark in which the Torah rests, we bow toward the east, toward Jerusalem, and we cannot recite the prayers that have been sacred to the Jew for centuries without praying for the rebuilding of Palestine and the return of the scatterd remnant of Israel. When we circumcize our children we initiate them into our peoplehood, and when we see them become Bar Mitzvah we hear them confirm of their own free will, that dedication. 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PAGE TEN *Jelsii fhridlian With Our Film Folk Jack Bonny, who has boon devoting almost all of his spare time to overseas entertainment jaunts during the past throe years, has placed his own production company. Jack Bonny Productions, into active work once again and will go into work on his first independent picture for United Artists release as soon as ho decides on a story. Jack tolls me that he has commitments at other major studios which will not bo completed for two years, but which do not fill all of the time he will have available now that ho is on a peace-time schedule. A staff, ho says, Will probably be organized to function in the pro-pivparation departments shortly. By the way. Jack's house doorbell used to chime "J-E-L-L-O." Now a visitor to the Benny manse pushes the button to hoar the sing-song auctioneers voice Intone "Sooooold to Americannn!" free lance field like Paul Muni, Jack Benny and Edward G. Robinson. An authentic history of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis has been placed on the production schedule of a Jewish producer, Lou Edelman, at Paramount, and if the expected approval of interested parties involved is given this week, the film will go into work as the most elaborate and complete story on the sailor college vet filmed. Edelman, while under contract to Warner Bros. a few years ago, made fourteen pictures with Navy backgrounds, including several which brought the company new stars. John Garfield. whoso contract with Warner Bros, runs out in February, confides that he is completely cold to studio moves to get him to re-sign. The Warner boys showed him the script of "Humoresque" as ;> starring vehicle for him, bul John has turned it down. Anyway, he's gone ahead to sign an RKO contracl under the terms of which he will star in one picture a year for tin n< xl years. .' currently on loan-out to MGM and ing witii Lana Turner in "The Postman Always Rir ". sa\ lie is eagi r t get inl Producer Georgic Jcssol returned to his desk at 20th Century-Fox this week from Washington, where ho acted as toastmaster at the President's annual dinner for press photographers, ie tells me that he's talking with Sol Hurok, the famous artist's manager, on 20th Fox doing a biographical picture of Sol's life. Proviso is that Hurok deliver his stable of stars such as Marian Anderson. Cossack Chorus, and other concert favorites for the film. It also includes the Ballet Theatre. If Gcorgie can land this contract it'll be another feather in his already overcrowded cap! The "Life of Al Jolson", which has been in preparation at Columbia for the past year, faces the cameras this week with NOV. 21,1945 AH IMPORTAMT DATE FOR WOUSAHDS OF ARMY VETERANS HOW IN CIVILIAN LIFE B etween r.ow and X vember 21, the.. .. :" Army vetei ana will reenl si in IJi Ie San new l lu teer peacetime Army, liecnuse — men who have been discharged 1*tween May 12 and November l of t: year and reei fore .V veml or L'1 will be able to return to the Army with the $ai i grade as they held when discharged. Men with c ; x months of satisfact %  > service d I as privati will, on reenlisti u nt bef re N vember 21. be given the grade of private first class. Men r.ow in the Armv who apply for discharge after NOVEMBER 1 for the purpose of the Regular Army will ireta their present grades, if they enlist thin 20 days after discharge and before FEBRUARY 1, 1946. "IEST JOI IN THE WORLD" These special privilege an | ical of the new law recently passed by Congress. Few opportunities t a lifetime career offer as man] attractive advantages. Can you think of any other that would give you good pay, your food, clothing, quarters, free medical and dental care, world-wide travel. 30 days'furlough every year, education and training in any of nearly 200 skills or trades, < %  enable you to retire with a life ineome anytime after CO in a > %  > %  '?, rvieet There isn't any! That's why a Job in the Regular Army has 1 een called "The Best Job in the World.'' HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW ENLISTMENT PROGRAM 1. Enlistment! for J'i, 2 or 3 Mart, t 1-year enlistment! permitted for men with 6 montht' service.) 2. Men reenliiting retain their present grades, if they reenlist within 20 days after discharge and before Fab, 1, 1946. The same applies to men discharged between May 12 and Nov. 1, 1945, who reenlist before Nov. 21, 1945. 3. An increase in the reenlistment bonus to $50 for each year of active service since the bonus was last paid, Of since last entry into service. 4. 20r extra pay when overseas. 5. Paid furlough, up to 90 days, depending on length of service, with furlough travel paid to home and r.-turn, for men now in the Army who enlist. 6. Mustering-out pay (based upon length of service) to all men who are discharged to reenlist. 7. Option to retire at half pay for the rest of your life after 20 years' service — or three-quarters pay after 30 years. 1 Retirement income in grade of Master or First Sergeant up to $155.25 per month for life.) All previous active federal military service counts toward retirement. S. Benefits of GI Bill of Rights. 9. Family allowances for the term of enlistment for dependents of men who enlist or reenlist before July 1, 1946. 10. Choice of branch of service and overseas theater in Air, Ground or Service Forces on 3-year enlistments. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER PAY PER MONTHENLISTED MEN Is Udiboit Is Foe*. Lfttti-f, CMbu i*t Meekil Cart (a)-Plus 20* Increase for Service Overseas. ( b ) Plus 50 % U Member of Flying Crews, Parachutist, etc. (c) Plus S% Increase in Pay for Each 3 Year* of Service. Starting Soie fey Per Master Sergeant *" fk or First Sergeant M "S.oO Technical Sergeant 114.00 Staff Sergeant 96.00 Sergeant .... 78.00 Corporal .... 66.00 Private First Class 54.00 Private .... 50.00 MONTHLY RETIREMENT INCOME AFTER: 20 Yeart' 30 Teori' Service Service 1*9.70 74.10 62.40 50.70 42.90 35.10 32.50 1155.25 128.25 108.00 87.75 74.25 60.75 56.25 SEE THE JOB THROUGH U. S. ARMY BE A 'GUARDIAN Of VICTORY" Ml, GROUND, SKtlVIC. FORCKf HttNUST NOW AT YOU* HIAHEST u. $. ARMY uaturriMO STATION 228 P. 0. BLDG. INDEPENDENCE DAY GIFT TO CZECHOSLOVAK JEWRY The Cieehoslovak Contul General In New York Takes Over the Firtt Torahs and Other Religious Artlcltt From Vaad Hatzala — Rehabilitation. French and Belgian Embassies Also Trantmit Religious AritelM From Vaad Hatzala to the Jews of Their Countries, r The above picture represents a ceremony In the Czechoslovak Consulate In New York. leaders Of Vaad Hatzala — Rehabilitation present the first of a shipment of Sefer Torahs and other religious iftrtlcles donated to Czechoslovak .Jewry from American Jews on the first free National Holiday of 'Czechoslovakia. From left to right: Rabbi Sbabse Frankel of the Vaad Hatzala. Dr. Z. H. Wachsraan. Director of Jewish InI formation. Consul General Karel Hudec And Mr. Stephen Klein. President of Barton'a Bonbon nlere Inc., outstanding member of the Executive Board of the Vaad Hatzala — Rehabilitation. In the same week the "Vaad Hatzala—Rehabilitation transmitted full equipment for the restored Jewish Community of St Avoid, Moselle, France through the courtesy of the French Ambassador In Washington, Mr. Henri Bonnet. The Belgian Ambassador, Baron Robert de Silvercruis. hat gridously agreed to transmit fear Sefer Torabs and a set o( TlV mud donated by the Vaad Ratsala — Rehabilitation to Belgtu Jewry. All three shipments m on their way to Europe. The Vaad Hatzala — RehabUlt* tion Headquarters at 132 Kami Street, New York City, appeal* t* American Jewry and all men at good will to lend them a hands their great task of rehabillUtlnj the remnants of Israel ID EuroH Larry Parks playing the famed mammy singer. The film will have one of the longest shooting schedules of any picture made at the studio, and is being produced by that popular columnist, Sidney Skolsky. JUNIOR HADASSAH TO AWARD PRIZES Anyone who thinks he is overworked can take heart by delving into the early working days of Fanny Brice, star of the "Baby Snooks Show", heard Sunday nights over CBS. Over a plate of cold borscht. Fanny told me that after she finished school she got a job in a stereopticon parlor in Manhattan, where twenty times a day, she sang the illustrated song shown on the screen: and in her spare time worked as ticket seller, cashier and pianist. She toiled from 11 a. m. to 11 p. m. for eight dollars a week! (Today she's collecting more than five thousand dollars every week for that half-hour radio show of her!) Dinah Shore, who sang "Two Silhouettes" in Walt Disney's new and yet unreleased film, "Make MintMusic", revealed to me that she has been signed for a top role in the Sinclair Lewis story, "Dongo," also to be made by Disney. Dinah has been handed a triple assignment in the Lewis opus, which is to be treated in a musical vein. She not only will appear before the camera but. in addition, will narrate the plot and sing several numbers. The three Junior Hadassah members who have brought in the most new members will be awarded prizes by Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, senior sponsor, at a meeting of the group 8 p. m. Thursday at the Miami Beach Y. Plans for the first fund raising affair, to be held in December will be discussed. Charlotte Abrams has been appointed chairman of the Sunday brunches which will be held monthly by Junior Hadassah, beginning Dec. 2, to accommodate University of Miami girls who are unable to attend weekday meetings. Evelyn Shorofsky is co-chairman. The appointments were made at a board meeting last week at the home of Hilda Schwartz. Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, director of the Committee on Unity for Palestine, was guest speaker. Natalie Sandra Frankel and Gene Bushell, president and vice president, will leave next week to attend the Junior Hadassah convention in New York, Nov. 22-24. The Youth commission of the Zionist organization is contributing to the expense of the delegates. IWB TO HONOR SERVICE WORKERS There is realism in Hollywood's night clubs, if not in its film studios. Maxie Rosenbloom is singing a pathetic ditty, "If I Only Had A Brain." at his "Slapsy Maxies' cabaret. Producer Felix Jackson phoned to tell me that his wife, Deanna Durbin, will complete her picture. "Because Of Him." at Universal within the next two weeks and will retire from pictures until March. Felix, who is a brilliant young Jewish boy. has produced all of Deanna's pictures for Universal the past three years, and is preparing t w o properties for her next assignment. Certificates of merit from the National Welfare board will be awarded to all volunteers from Ft. Pierce to Key West who have rendered 100 or more hours of service to members of the armed forces, Leon Schulman, JWB representative for this area, announces. The ceremony will be held in Miami in the near future and yolunteers from South Florida will be present. Chairmen of the various service organizations under the auspices of the Greater Miami Army and Navy committee have been asked to send the names and addresses of those eligible for the awards to the JWB office, 1567 S. W. Fifth St., by 5 p. m. this afternoon. CHASE BEACH FEDERAL AIDS HOMEOWNEBS Only one foreclosure in l eleven-vear history is the recall of the Chase Federal Savings* Loan association, which has mat over S 14.000.000 worth of modgage loans in that time. The association, located at 1111 Lincoln rd.. offers constructm and conservative service toMM owners, says its president. UClements. Founded in 1934 win little more than S1O.OO0 in* Sources, the association has grew to the point where its resource were $10,694,140.63. as of J 30. Resources increased m $2,000,000 during the fiscal ?w June. 1944, to June, 19. The association is a member* the Federal Home UfJB svstem. Each account JIM up to $5,000 by the F^^Zl ings and Loan Insurance corpw | tion. BPW TO HEM"!* CONVENTION NEWS The Business & Prggj Women's division oJJ" !" I is calling a special mf^j Monday, 8:15 P-"^*?^ Y, to welcome back MBs'?£ Cooper, president, who J£ turned from the Nation^ dassah convention in, u Miss Cooper will ,* plete report or. the £ to which she was a delega Another highlight ot meeting will ^ anad*J Mrs. Abraham Goodman,^ dent of Senior Hadassan-.j tainment and refreshmtfj,, | follow. The meeting *££ all membersjndjheirjr REVIEWS, RUWJggf I TO START AT W* Claude Bowers JVedW Jefferson." will be re cr r? Edward Cla^-o J e t l be*g of Miami l.^-iiltv at jw V Monday *>**&'dj*\ is the f irsl '1 v is span's reviews that the Y ^ as part of its ^"ffipiU** On. Tuesday *)&£&+ %  Floy4 danc-.nfi teacher, the Y*s adult runn*



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flDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1945 fJewisfi fkrUton jonism and the Council (Continue d from Page 9) Inr we are, in the words of the Rihle "a kingdom of priests and hholv nation", when we observe th sabbath, it is a reminder of Che fime when Israel left Egypf a n bondage, and when we joy*,,c v celebrate Passover, we fnlebrate a peoples liberation End the beginning of its nationi When we rea'd the Bible, we Lead Judaism, for it is the story tf the Jewish people, inextricably intertwined with the story of the Jewish faith. Every page, pverv line, every word breathes the unbreakable bond between Judaism and the nationhood of the Jew. The total Zionist protram is but the affirmation and She fulfillment of prophetic Judaism, the messianic hope of Che restoration of the people of Israel to the land of Israel. There is a striking similarity Between the position taken by khe members of the Council for Judaism and the position taken by Paul, the founder of Christianity. And if these Council members were as consistent as Paul, simple logic would have caused them, too, to secede as a group from the Jewish people, which they deny, and the Jewish faith which they misinterWhen we examine the idealUy of the American Council for Judaism, we are amazed that its members can entertain notions ORIAL CHAPEL M, BURNS; JB. *to! Director bZ ElSENBBftG Twakutv.' 5-7777 RIVERSIDE BULANCE SERVICE; \ W**hng1iOT, i Ave. •;\".' feiaiid Anuter-Un* Av*-. iLKA-SELTZER MY DAY v O CCASIONALLY. I wake op 1B the morning with a Headache*. IB sometime* weans off along the %  Wddleof the forenoon, but I don't %  nt to wait that long, so I drink a %  p of sparkling ALKA-SELTZER. Wr.f* %  little whfle I am feeling a Im better. I Sometimes the weak. Ironing tiree Mr makes me sore and stiff. IHTven if ALKA-SELTZER to the 12?"'— tablet or two and a little %  fee Job. IL^.n'he ?. r M "notwjaehr but R"5i AIJCA-SELTZERrellevee llollowi Indi S es ton that so often IZ*%.A^-Seltzer brightens my | !" 7it brings relief from so many ^w>mforts,.that. I. always KUSA i^^SS'**'*'**&**>'<* Ig^A-SELTZER aTyour drug storey [•Urge, Package Hf, Small 3W. •'• of religion so foreign to the ldealogy and tradition of Juda. ism. It would require the services of a noted psychiatrist to study their minds, to learn the reason for an inferiority complex which gives them that constant dread of being themselves, to find the cause of their self hate, their self denial. They want to break away from the Jewish people. As far as we are cerned, we can and would gladly let them go. But the world will not let them break away. "Al Korchoch ato chai." That is the greatest tragedy both for them and for us. PAGE ELEVEN Legion Commander Pays Last Tribute to Jewish War Hero L T. PETER LEHMAN was the eldest son of Herbert Lehman, former Governor of New York and now head of UNRRA. An ex-football star, young Lehman Joined up with the Royal Canadian Air Force, then transferred to the American Air Force. He had fifty-seven missions as a pilot to his credit when he crashed. He won the Air Medal, three Oak Leaf clusters, and the Distinguished Flying Cross. He rests now, under the Star of David, somewhere In England. Edward N. Scheiberllng, National Commander of the American Legion, while on a tour of Inspection of American military cemeteries In England, offered his personal tribute to this gallant airman who bad died in the servloe of our country. %  •••"LET US !" ^^^^^^ !" "" 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 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 TRAVEL VIA PAN AMERICAN CUPPER HAVANA MEXICO SO. AMERICA FARR TOURS 1247 Washington Ave. Phone 58-1694 "Farr Tours Are Far Belter" THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) (EDITOR'S NOTE: Readers of this paper are invited to send any questions they may have on Jewish religion, customs, traditions, etc., to Rabbi Fox, who will answer them promptly. He may be addressed care of this paper, or the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, 106 East 41st St., New York 17, N. Y.) Question: What is the derivation of the term "synagogue?" Answer: The word "synagogue" comes directly from a Greek word meaning "assembly." The Greeks apparently took it from the Hebrew term "Beth Haknesses" meaning "the House of Assembly.' Question: What is the origin of the synagogue as an institution? Answer: The synagogue, as a prime institution in Jewish life is believed to have developed soon after the destruction of the Temple in 586 B.C., and in the Diaspora. Even during the existence of the Temple there were individual "honor of worship." Before the destruction of the Temple there were prayer gatherings and out of these gatherings, especially after the Temple was destroyed, there grew the more definitely institutionalized synagogues. Scientifically speaking, both the exact place and time of the origin of the synagogue as a regular institution are obscure phenomena. The long-established traditional attitude which maintains that the synagogue, its structure and its functions, are a model of the Temple of Old would tend to indicate that during the existence of the Temple, the synagogues that may be said to have existed at that time were a reflection of the Temple while the synagogues after the destrucBuy or Sell 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 SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace The pioneers in the Jewish National Home, with the financial assistance of American Jewry channeled through the United Palestine Appeal, are striv. ing to reclaim arid land to make room for large numbers of additional immigrants. U.P.A. funds have aided in the construction' of irrigation projects, assisted Water companies engaged in finding and exploiting new water resources, helped to hring approximate* ly 100,000 acres of land under irrigation in Palestine. The irrigahle area is considered to exceed 1,500,000 acres. Its reclamation would open vast areas to colonization, and make possible the* resettlement of masses of Jewish men, women and children from Europe who are pleading for immediate ttansfcr to the Jewish homeland. ^ DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripurc ^ X\7nt,>Y ^ Water DELIVERED TO TOUB HOME 5-GALLON BOTTLE CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES .Plus Bottle Depo>it> PHONE 2-4128 70c 80c tion of the Temple constitute a continuity of Temple activity. Question: Is it proper for a Hebrew school to be held in the synagogue building? Answer: The function of teaching was considered a prime matter of synagogue activity. The Talmud affirms that each of Jerusalem's four hundred and eighty synagogues had a Beth Sefer (a school house) and a Beth Talmud (probably for higher learning). (Yerushalmi: Megillah). The Talmud mentions frequently the synagogue and the house of study and often as in one building. The underlying principle is quite evident. Jews traditionally regarded education as a religious matter, particularly Jewish education. Although the early part of this century has displayed a trend towards considering Hebrew education a secular matter, nevertheless in most recent years, more and more Hebrew schools arc being set up in synagigues. The situation is usually adjusted in accordance with the status of the community. Question: Why is instrumental music prohibited during the service in the Orthodox Synagogue? Answer: For one thing it is forbidden to play a musical instrument on the Sabbath or on a holiday at any place or occasion. Secondly, especially when in the synagogue, which is our model of the Temple of Jerusalem, we are mournful over the destruction of our Temple and consequently refrain from having music at the services from a musical instrument. One should not consider the subject, however, without keeping in mind yet another aspect of the matter. The synagogue is the place where the individual can feel closest to God. It is a Jewish ideal that no man needs an intermediary before his creator. The spiritual music which comes from the human soul in the most direct fashion, (i.e. singing), is symbolic of direct contact. The playing of musical instruments in the service might tend to indicate the use of indirect means of communion, relatively speaking. Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. MONAHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 S W. 8th Street Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANF.L BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prices ^ataL.trge Beautiful Grounds^^M There's a big job ahead. Be ready to subscribe to the Victory Loan. SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. 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PAGE TWELVE +Jewish fkrkllain FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9 > \% i 'edqe en -C? We, who faced the sacrifice and sufferings of war, now head into Peace with the same high courage. Nve nave only to think of our martyred dead and their bereaved, we have only to be reminded of the single-hearted purpose for which these heroes bled. Victory has but deepened our responsibilities. Out of this memory of wars anguish and in a renewed declaration of our faith and pride in the World Peace for which all America fought, emerges our Pledge for this Armistice Day of 1945. We pledge to Peace and to its principles, the same fervent devotion which fired our war aims. We pledge continued dedication to our democracy and its preservation in Peace as in War ... no matter how great the struggle. We pledge an unwavering vigilance against any possible forces of aggression and oppression, both at home and abroad. We pledge to Peace a fulfillment of the promises made in war ... a safe, sound America where man can live in dignity ... free from fear and want. We pledge to work and build as we never worked and built before, that Civilization may rise to new heights of glory. We pledge to invest in permanent World Peace by buying Victory Bonds ... regularly, gladly. BELFORD PRODUCE AND TRUCKING CO. N. W. 23rd Street and 13th Avenue GEORGE I. BERTMAN. REAL ESTATE 420 Lincoln Road MRS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY 3190 Pine Tree Drive THE MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK 16S1 Alton Road GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS Wholesale Liquors 309 N. W. 9th Avenue MARGARET NEWMAN & NEWMAN & WINTER MFG. CO Women's Apparel VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1425 20th Street j EAST COAST FISHERIES INC. 360 West Flagler Street RAINBOW GARDENS FLORIST 840 N. E. 79ih Street RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT 929 Lincoln Road SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Drive SOUTH SEAS HOTEL 1751 Collins Avenue STEVENS MARKETS 2001 N. W. 62nd St. FRANK STRAW ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 1236 M. E. 2nd Avenue SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. 44 N. E. 1st Avenue Th MORRIS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 Washington Avenue CAMPBELL HOMES 233 N. W. 29th Street DR. C. H. EDMUNDS 7501 Biscayne Boulevard ENFTELD CAMERA SHOP 409 Lincoln Road GORDON'S WOMEN'S APPAREL SHOP DuPoni Building SILVER FLEET CABS 200 Coral Way SIESTA APARTMENTS 1110 Euclid Avenue BLDtl is Message Made Possible T/iW{ JACKIE'S FINE FOODS RESTAURANT BAU^ 134 23rd Street LIFE BAR & PACKAGE STORE 463 Collins Avenue PAN AMERICAN METAL PRODUCTS BU%j CO.. INC. 252 N. W. 29lh Street EASTVIEW CONVALESCENT HOME 1216 S. W. 2nd Avenue A. SACH'S REAL ESTATE American Bank Bldg. SOUTH FLORIDA PRODUCE 1260 N. W. 22nd Street VICTOR'S DRUM 3622 Coral Way



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)AY. NOVEMBER 9. 1945 +Jewlstncrldian PAGE THIRTEEN Hm i t i r '>;• r; VICTORY LOAN I THE LAST TIME, U\WcBlffMBllNIIS! foil, It's over.;; [ We came through the greatest danger in our •lory, to our greatest victory. I The price of that victory—in blood and in money nras high. [ We can thank God that the price in blood is paid l full. There will be no more deaths in battle, no are new casualties. But the price in money is still not quite paid! Your money is still needed by the men who slped to pay in blood. Hospitalization (or the wounded, the disabled. Artificial limbs for the men who have given their real ones. And help for the wives and orphans of the men who gave everything. Your money Is still needed for the education and training of our veterans—to help them find a real place in the America they saved for all of us. Just as the money you lent (at interest) in the seven American War Loans helped pave the way for victory, the money you lend now in the Victory Loan will help secure the fruits of that victory. Not only for our veterans and casualties—but for you. For these Bonds are still the world's safest nvestment. They are still the way to insure yourself the security and peace of mind that come from safe, substantial savings! This is the last time you will be asked to buy extra bonds!* It's a great opportunity to help yourself while saying "Thanks!" in a very important way to the men who made our victory possible! &f Following the Victory loon, the tola of E, F, and O U. S. Savings Bonds will continue through regular authorized agencies and through the Payroll Savings Plan. The VICTORY (Mb Irani VICTORY LOAN *3 W SW^ LOAN is on! the Following Firms and Individuals: 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 1449 Collins Aveenue KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO. Isle of Normandy LINCOLN FOOD MARKETS 3305 Douglas Road 6S0 S. Miami Avenue PARAGON PAINT DISTRIBUTING CORP. 545 W. Flagler Street 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 SMITTY'S BOAT YARD & REPAIRS 243 N. W. S. River Drive SILVER BLUFF SUNDRIES 2751 S. W. 27th Avenue 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. 8th Street VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1425 20th Street LOUIS J. SONNEBORN 916 42nd Street TINDELL GROCERY CO. 2220 N. W. 36th Street VIKING HOTEL 220 %  31st Street KALER PRODUCE CO. 1200 N. W. 22nd Street DON'S BAR 1672 N. W. 27th Avenue EATABITE RESTAURANT 1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue ORIENTAL ROOF GARDENRESTAURANT 272 W. Flagler Street



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jewisirk>rknan j^^^OVEMBER POSTHUMOUS AWARD Dr. Nanioi de Sola Pool reDr. Naomi de Sola Pool is the ceivcs Silver Star medal and daughter of the Rev. Dr. and Bronze Star medal from Col. Mrs. David de Sola Pool. Dr. George S. Bourket on CoverDavid de Sola Pool is chairman nor's Island in honor of hesr late of the Committee on Army and husband. Capt. Adrian Z. Loon. Navy Religious Activities of the killed in action in Austria. National Jewish Welfare board. 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 HEAR The PARAVOX A New ALL-IN-ONE Hearing Aid NO BATTERY CORD NO BULKY BATTERIES Think of having no separate heavy batteries to wear. PARAVC1X il One compact lightweight All-lnOne case. A revelation in hear. ing. For Demonstration call, writs or phone R. E. WARWICK. Distributor 163 N. E. 79th St. Phone 7-9855 Confidential Investigations We are prepared to make all tvpes of Criminal and civil Investigations, 24 hours .. 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 i>'0 small or too large. FLORIDA DETECTIVE BUREAU DAVID P. FOLDS. Detective Chief Phone 48-3880—P. O. Box 1978—Miami 11, Fla. Wright Company, Inc. A G< rgla 132 NE. 11th St.—Phone 3-4741 Complete Line Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Equipment Complete Furnishings lor Hotels Glassware—China ware—Silverware Steam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bake Ovens—Hot Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR LAYOUTS 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. "OBITUARIES ADLER Pavlil M. Aill.-r. 60. drenn maniitacturer < 1569 Michigan Ave.. Miami Beach, died Tueeday mm-miiK "> ;, hospital. He came to Miami one wi-.-k UK<> from UII.TIIS. L,. 1. Surviving an' four daughters, one. Mrs. Hello Pavls. of Miami Beach, and a son of New York. lUverslde Memorial chapel lias lent the body to New York City. BASKIN Maurice llnskin, 6:'. a retired patent attorney, died late Monday at his home, IMS Bhertdan Ave., Miami Beach. A native of ItusKla. he came from Washington ii> year* ago lie leaves his wife. Mrs Holla llnkln. Miami Beach: two son*, c-apt. Meyer A., of the army, and Leonard i>. in the navv. and a rmwshter. Miss Rntn E. BaaMn, Washington. The body w.is tent i" Washington. GREENWALD Jay A. Oreenwald. 54. hotel mafiager. died Tuesday ill his home. Iff? E Itivo Alto Dr., Miami Beach. He came from Now York City 10 years :iK" He was a member of the National Society "f Bone of the American Revolution, the Florida SUM lintel ISSOClatlon and Hotel elrecters of America, survivors Include hw wife, Mrs. Florence Oreenwald, Miami Beach, and a brother. Claren, o. Now York. The body was sent to Philadelphia. SHAPO Rabbi Julian Bhapo, 68, former r.h! i of H. th David congregation here, died Oct :i In Now York A native of Russia, he at one time headed congregations in Key west and Tampa. Ills last convocation w.is in New York. Surviving are the Wife, Mrs. Mary Casper Bhapo: two sons. Mitchell Shapo, of Miami, and I.t. Col. Dulton .1. Shapo. USA. and three daughters. Mrs. Myrtle S. I.eldman. Miss Solma Bhapo. of Now York, and Mrs. Florence S. Skole, of Now Castle, Pa. KAPLAN Joseph Kaplan. 44. of 927 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, died last Wednesday in a hospital. He came to Miami one month ago from Brooklyn. N Y. Surviving are the Wife, Mrs. Edna Kaplan: a sister, Mrs. Mary Cohen: two brothers. Harry and David Kaplan, all of Brooklyn. The body was sent to Brooklyn by Riverside Memorial chapel. FOOTBALL TONIGHT U of MIAMI Vs. South Carolina 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 N. CAROLINA STATE lTUxuni for REST CONVALESCENCl -^CHRONIC CASES un-Ray Park e aIth Resort STEIN Mrs. Katie Stein. 67, of 1790 8. W. 21st St.. dbd at her homo lnt Friday following a long Illness. She OS,mS to Miami nine years ago from Chicago. Survivors include her husband. Charles Stain, and three sons, David and Bernard Bteln of Miami, and Mver H. Stein of Toledo; a daughter. Mrs. Ellen Herman. Austin IY\ a sister, Mrs. David Zlff. and a brother. Isidore Slmco, of Miami Bhe as a member of Temple Israel Sisterhood and K'nal B'rith Women. Funeral services were held In the chapel of the fiord* >n Funeral homo Monday with Rabbi Saul Appelbaum officiating. Burial followed In Graceland Memorial park. pTWS.W.UtkAV.sUAMH Y-TEL 3-U2LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME'' K IITICMU.T HmsoiT TK MAJOtJTY Of MtTKM JEWS* FUNERAL DUES Ma sg gsBI Clo*7, furnoM en tqunf SttVMC MIAMI BEACM I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish \.\ miuuj m, IQS. i 'MasMMgftss^^ggr r M PLUMMER AL DIRECTOR Ate W „^Fl^The Jewish nSLHk. ceived a letter *Ifc Buchol. who IJ. m P 4 Beach address. 9 *^ 'JO does not n ve ., S* *W "he wiU V c V/ h h ^ and correct th n n ** 3lad to Print hi, Z^k, correspondence will he*. "• unless ,t carrie, the f 8 meandaddrewofthe "^ NATHANIEL M. LEVIN. M. D. Formerly of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Announces His Return From Service In the U. 8 Ms And the Opening of Offices at 605 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA Practice Limited to Bar, Nose, Throat and Rronchogcopy Phone 2-6355 Permanent offices at 517 duPont BUlg. on or about Dec. 15, ij, } MALTER'S Sunshine Kosher Market Announces with Pleasure that the SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET is now under the able supervision of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director, and Rev. Mtyet Faber as Mashgiach. The Greater Miami Vaad Hakuhrut organixed to serve the Greater Miami Community, reprewnh the following synagogues: Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, Beth T'Filoh. Miami Beach, Beth David, Miami, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami. Matter's has served local residents with the finest oi strictly Kosher meats and poultry for 18 years. MALTER'S SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET 436 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach — Phone 5-5583 FREE DELIVERY Specializing In HOTEL and RESIDENCES REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE ^ By High Grade Professional Exterminators who have a genuine interest in their work and ALL are tidy and NEAT in doing their work. Located in the HEART of MIAMI BEACH. ECONOMY EXTERMINATING COMPANY General Manager and Bookkeeper CALL 5-2050 5-1568 5-7171 41st and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach TRULY NOLEN, Pres.Res. Phone 6-3862 -l .-i .•^.'aAa&4e-/';^-*--<':< < H'-.~^:-'• % %  KfcHV"^'x§iS



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)AY/ NOVEMBER 9, 1945 +-kwisti Fkridiian PAGE FIFTEEN OFFERS $1,000 MUSIC_CONTEST IKFW YORK (BBNS)-The sec P annual George Gershwin k.morial contest, sponsored by i'tory Lodge of B'nai B'rith in Coeration with the B'nai B'rith \X\ Foundations .to stimulate El.omDorary American composL nt and to help discover new Csical talent, was announced \SSS unpublished musicai Lfition-vocal. instrumental b Srrhestral—which does not Leed 15 minutes in length, the fctest is open to any American Kizen under 35, regardless of £ color or creed, if. invited w the judges to participate if Presenting a recognized school 5 music or if attending a colK university where there fl B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda, i0 Ail entries must be received no later than December 31, 194o. All persons wishing an mvitarn -should write to the Judges ^oSuSttec. B'nai B'rith Victory PX 2nd Annual George GershS Memorial Contest, c/o B na. B'nth Hillel Foundation. 113 East 22nd st.. New York. N. Y. Winner of the contest will rcJve a prize of $1,000 and will have his prize-winning composiEon published. In addition, the winning selection will be given te premiere by the Rochester Iphilhaimonic Symphony OrIchestra under the baton of Leonlard' Bernstein at the second anItiual George Gershwin Memorial Icontest to be held at Carnegie .Hall. March 16. 1946. | The contest judges are: Serge IKousscvitsky, honorary chairman; Leonard Bernstein, chairfman; Aaron Copland. William Schuman. and Rabbi Judah I Cahn, ex-officio. MACKAUF LEASES Walter Mackauf has leased one of the Taradash stores, located at 949 Lincoln rd.. and I plans to utilize it for a children's wear store. The premises have been occupied by the Army during the war. TWO FRATERNITIES CHOOSE PLEDGES Selection of new pledges by University of Miami fraternities was made recently. Prospective members of Phi Epsilon Pi are Robert Newman, Stanley Bred. Ivan Davis, Morton Calowitz. Robert Edrick, Bert Young, Jerry Klappcr, Alvon Ribikove, Jack Prince, Edwin Cole. Walter Lyons, Louis Glass and Robert Horning. New pledges of Tau Epsilon Phi have elected as their officers Jack Schwardron, president: Sid Werner, vice president; Sam Abrams, secretary; Myer Greenberg, treasurer; and Allen Sedlack, sergeant-at-arms. Other TEP pledges are Norman Signal, Stanley Saffron, Morris Tenrick, Robert Bauer, Leonard Tenebaum, Kenneth Itchkow, Seigbert Wolf, Melvin Morris, Harvey Goldstein, Henry Levinson, Neil Postmantur, Manuel Odze, William Scheinker. Bert Schwartz, Seymour Sussman, Joel Slater, Donald Schlessinger. Stephen Band, Gabriel Smith, David Bloom berg, Byron Alph, Stanley Cohen and James Spingain. CALENDAR OF EVENTS Friday, Nov. 9, 1945: American Jewish Congress. Women's Division, Book Review. Sunday. Nov. 11: Lecture and concert series, Jewish Cultural Committee, Beach, evening; JWV-MSL motorcade and party, Town Y. afternoon. Monday, Nov. 12: Federation budget committee. 8 p. m., Federation office. Tuesday, Nov. 13: Beth Jacob Sisterhood membership tea, p. m.; Miami Service League cocktail party, Victor's Drum, 8 p. m, Wednesday, Nov. 14: N. C. C. Home board meeting, 10:30 a. m., Beach Y.,regular meeting 1:30 p. m Beach Y.;Sr Hadassah membership tea, 8 p. m.; American Council for Judaism, Temple Israel, Miami, evening meeting at ..JO; M. H. Post No. 330, Jewish War Veterans, regular meeting, at Beach Y, 8 p. m. Thursday, Nov. 15: B'nai B'rith membership tea. afternoon; Federation board meeting. Temple Israel, 8 p. m.: Sunday. Nov. 18: Bmanon Club of Town Y at Policemen's Benevolent, benefit dance. Monday, Nov. 19: M B. Jewish Center .Sisterhood regular meeting, 8 p. m.; Federation budget committee, Federation office, 8 p. m.; Miami Service League, Town Y, 8:15 p. m. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Beck's Transfer at 156 N. W. 5th Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FloriSIDNEY R. BECK Max R. Silver Attorney for Applicant 10/12-19-26 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 WAR RECORDS CROUP TO CONTACT FAMILIES LEGAL NOTICES Within two weeks, the War Records committee will contact every Jewish family in Greater Miami by mail in order to complete the list of local Jewish men and women who are or were in the armed forces. Leon Schulman, JWB representative, requests that the cards be filled out and returned promptly so that the complete service record may be compiled. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engae-e In business under the fictitious name of ROBIN HOOD INN, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BISCAYNE 36TH STREET CORPORATION MORRIS BF.RICK, Attorney for Owner 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida 10/19-2611/2-9-16 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County. Florida No. 9794 Re: Estate of JAMES R. WARF1EIJ1 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 nt the estate of JAMES R. WARFIELD. deceased: and that on the 19th day of November, 1845, I will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of JAMES It. WARF1ELD, deceased. This 11th day of October, 194a. FANNIE E. WAKF1ELD MAX R. SILVER. Attornev for Administratrix 10/19-26 11/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name %  I I'LAKTIC MODES at 4102 N. Miami Avenue, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. ALLEN RUBIN ROLAND G. DAVIS ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicants 10/19-26 11/2-9-16 EXPERT PAINTING Caulking. Decorating. Waterproofing—Lowest Prices—Factory Approved Contractors. For estimates Call 2-8481 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 -InPot Sea Foods Prime Ribs of Beef All the Best yi i uuua %  Under Direct Supervision of Tony Barrero, As In the rasi NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PRED'S at 1116 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DAVID BRED REBA PRED ISAAC JOFFE Attorney 1010 Biscayne Bldg. 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Dee-Liclous Products Co. at uJOo N. W. 17th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. „_,__—. IRVING A. SPIEGEL 10/12-19-26 11/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctious name of TRAIL TAVERN at 905 S. W Eighth Street, Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY BTEINHOU8ER. HARRY DIETZ, Attorney, 1106 Congress Bldg. 11/2-9-15-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at 141 West Flagler Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALICE CUTLIP HARRY DIETZ, Attorney 110.'. Congress Building 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 Palm Beach MBS. MAHY SCHREBNICX ll|IIMIB|lllll AMBULANCE SERVICE FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AZTEC CONSTRUCTION AND REALTY CO., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRANK A. WISE CHARLES F. CONE NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RAUZ1N 1.N.-.VUANVK AGLNO at 128 N. E First Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County^Florida. ^^ MOSES RAIZ1N. ll/2-9-l.">-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STRAND BEAUTY SHOP at 302a N W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ^^ Applicant MYERS AND HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 ^^ IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT No. 15653 Re-Estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT. I deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that we have filed our final report anil petition for Final Discharge as Ex ecutrices of the estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT, deceased; and that on the 3rd day of December, 1945, we Will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Executrlces of the estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT. deceased This 29th day of October, 191a. ANNA K. DOLCORT, ESTELLE DOLCORT SACHS, BEATRICE DOLCORT 1EARLMAN. GEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorney for Executrlcesi of the Estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT. Deceased. 11/2-9-1.1-23-30 ^_ SOUTHERN DAIRIES Spring Palm Beach County. *** u rin fl | *5* Naffilur Famous Southern D^rlProducts and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE MIUIAkl NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HONEST MIKE'S BAR AND BILLIARDS at 276 W. Flagler St. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FLAGLER BILLIARDS. INC. DIANA COOPERSMITH Attornev for Applicants 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring Jo engage with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County noHda^ w ^ Sole Owner. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attornev for Applicant 10"3 Sevbold Building H/9-16-23-30 12/7 V<^^^^^^ %  ^v^^v^v C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. MMWM> LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 „_._.,,„ "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, fla FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Dade County F.orlda bTHFNnKKG "* (Sole Owner) MARX FEINBERG. Attorney il/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ..^ ,,„ e signed, desiring to engage the undeisiK" • fictitious name 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 Learn Jo Drive-Modern Way Army and Navy In.tructor. Agency for Drivers Llcen.es And Auto Tag* ,013 6th AV.., M. Bch., PhB-BOM IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County, Florida No. 15016 Re! Estate of MARTS! AGATHA WHITE Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that she has filed her final report and petition for Final Discharge as AdmlnIstratrlx of the estate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE, deceased: and that on the 30th day of November, 1945, will apply to the Honorable W. P. BLANTON, County Judge of Hade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the EsI.II. of MARIE AGATHA WHITE, deceased, This 25th day of October, 1945. 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 9526 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that W. J. ROBINSON, holder of County Tax Certificate No 28150 Issued the 1st day of June. A. D. 1942, has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon, Said Certificate embra< es the following described property in the County of Dade. State of I'loi iila, 'o-wlt: Dots 83 and 24. Block 6, Alameda, a Sub., I tat Book 17, Page 81. in the County of Dade, State of Florida. Thi> 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 propertv described therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in the month of December, 1945, which is the 3rd dav of December, 1945. Dated this 23rd day of October, 1915. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Cl.rk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court s. al | By 1.. M. JOHNSON, D. C. 10 26 11/2-9-18 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged I ness under the fictitious name ot DURANT'S SUNDRIES, al 1206 West Flagler Street. Miami, Fl.'i id:i and i..,. n ,i. to raarUter the said fictitious fictitious Clerk of intends to register the sa name in the office pf the the Circuit Court of Dade Count>, FloHda JOSEPH SIEGED. Sole Owner. GEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorney. 11/2-9-15-23-30 register the 1_ of JOHN-. First Avenue intends to with the Clerk of the Clrof Dade County. Florida. NATHAN STETTNBB, 11/2-9-15-23-30 said name cult Court NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name TREl'TE REALTY CO.. intend of with the Clerk to register said nain of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor,dB MURRAY WALTER 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 KASTOFF A. TREl'TE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under Ihe fictitious name nf RIVIANNA APARTMENTS at 929 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court uf Dade County, Florida. HARRY DACKS YETTA DACKS Applicants. MYERS & HEIMAN, Attornevs for applicants, 650 Sevbold Bldg,, Miami. Florida. in 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 t" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ...__._ LENORA MORRIS (Free Dealer) MORRIS BER1CK. Attorney for Owner, 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. 10/19-26 11/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. desWng to engage In business under the fictitious name of President Madison Hotel at 3801 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. u Flnr.da. GROS3MAN Mvers & Helman. Attorneys for AppHcant^ u/| f iv THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANT. FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. N... 16853 In Re: ESTATE OF WILLIE E. PAYNE Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against ^Tou, and'each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands whfefc you. or either of you, may have against the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, I,',' „„. Hon. W. K. Blanton. Co,,,,,, Judge of Dade County, and fUc the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, FloiIda. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid or same Will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date November 5, A. D. 1S4.. ARTHUR L PAYNE Administrator of the Estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, Deceased. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Administrator. 11/9-16-23-30 As NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Atlantic Metal Products & Rales Co., nt 47 N. E. 25th Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Co-rt of r^^o !" ty._Fto1g bKS CHARLES^DELMAN^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fletttlMM name of PATTY JO'S RESTAURANT at 22S0 S. W. 32nd Avenue. Miami. Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of i*o__> ngftfaa, ELLA BRINKMAN Co-rartners ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicants 10/26 11/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring Jo engage in business under the fictitious name of Lincoln Road Company, Ltd.. at l"fil Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, cult v-oun MQRRIS oooDMAN. General Partner ABRAHAM GOODMAN. Limited Partner JACOB GOODMAN, Limited Partner Milton A. Friedman Attorney for Applicants^ ^ ^^ *i-.S n li •• i 1.1 1 i -%  %  d



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jeisi>r/cridHar? FRIDAY, 4 B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By DAVE ISEN As you all know, this is B'nai B'rith Membership Drive month, and we here in Miami and Miami Beach are being asked to do the greatest enrollment job in our history. The other evening we were stirred by the enthusiasm expressed by our Membership committee chairman, Paul L. Green; in fact, we were so impressed that we asked Mr. Greene to permit us to reproduce his talk to us. A copy of Mr. Greene's talk follows: "It is a privilege to serve B'nai B'rith and I shall do my very utmost to merit the confidence that has been placed in me by the Executive committee. "Now that I understand what B'riai B'rith means. I enthusiastically accept that organization as the one and only media open to Jews everywhere—regardless of the degree of their religious faith, whether they be orthodox, conservative, reformed or even non-religionist, B'nai B'rith is the only media that offers the opportunity for national and international unity. "It is a pleasure for me to announce that Matthew Silverstein and Attorney Jack D. Burris have both agreed to serve with me on this committee as co-chairmen and I am grateful for the valuable assistance and cooperation which I know they will give me in support of our plans. "We yhave established as our ultima!* goal a membership on Miami Beach of 5,000 members. We .-Ain't know how long it will take' us. It may take us one year, two years or more, but we will not cease our efforts until we have secured that kind of membership. It represents approximately the total number of Jewish families on Miami Beach. It is our purpose and plan that Miami Beach should set an example for the rest of the United States, and, for that matter—for the entire B'nai B'rith world. We want to set an example that here we have a community that recognizes its responsibility to the Jewish people by supporting the B'nai B'rith movement so that we may present a united front— united for the preservation of peace, and by our strength gain for our people a rightful place in the world of nations. "Xfi part of our plan we propose to have an extensive mem— ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE IlipiNI Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE TEL 346*1 Established 20 Years IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI IIAIIE FEIIELUL OF MIAMI 41 NORTHIAIT 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 oil 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 bership committee. The entire community of Miami Beach will be divided and segregated by trades or professions or businesses. We will make a concerted effort, through the medium of this large membership to approach as many of these varied lines of endeavor within as short a space of time as possible. It is our plan to make this concerted effort to secure a minimum of 1,000 new members for B'nai B'rith by the end of November, the close of the National Membership drive. This can be done—it will be done, but it can only be accomplished with the help of all who believe in B'nai B'rith and its fundamentals. The success of our whole campaign, of our whole effort, depends upon each one individually and all of us collectively. We can and should do our share. Talk to your friends—talk to your neighbors—have applications with you at all times because—if you can make yourself feel, as so many of us do now, that Miami Beach can and should be a shining example by its hundred per cent membership—then we know that you will enthusiastically give us your support and cooperation. Be a Miami Beach booster, but above all be a Miami Beach B'nai B'rith booster." BETH SHOLOM CLUB HELP BEACH DRIVE Victory bond chairmen for the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom are Mrs. Norman Maran and Mrs. Irving Marcus, who, with their committee, are selling bonds at the Sheridan theater. They will also man the booth at the Mercantile Bank building tomorrow and Monday and Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 19 and 20. A general meeting of the Sisterhood will take place Wednesday, Nov. 21, at the Temple, 4144 Chase ave. Mrs. L. Ell wili preside. ask ior KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It I DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are In Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision LOt, Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 l^vo^a, Committee Leaders Leaving Whit^u After Co.fere.ee With Prmj.J? f~ President Tnimin KM urged to continue hie efforts to open th, fc•f Palestine I. substantial Jewish immigration of aurvivini Europtu E by Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, (right) president,and Jacob BlaastcklU atiairman of the executive committee, of the Amrricaa Jewish Co5 i [ wktm lk*| were recently received at .the White House bj iW Pr Jj^ T SIMONHOFF ATTEND 20TH CONVENTION Harry Simonhoff has been selected to represent Miami Zionists at the 48th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America in Atlantic City, Nov. 16 through 20. At a board meeting Monday evening Frank Rose was selected chairman of the group's Youth Commission. Harry Gordon was named chairman of the Radio committee which will arrange the local broadcasting of the "Voice of Israel" program. Jerome Weinkle will serve as chairman of the Veterans' committee. Election of Miami Zionist officers will be held Nov k I Representing Miami Bead] Zionists at the convention ill be Shephard Broad, Dr. Lai Lytton, Dr. M. A. Lipkind, Dt William Bernstein and Alt Goodman. GROUP TO MEET Meetings of the board mil general membership of the Dak I chapter, National Childrai Cardiac Home will be hot Wednesday at the Beach Y. Hi board will convene at 104 a. m. and the regular meetin will begin at 1:30 p. m. Plan for the fifth anniversary dinw 1 dance, to be held Nov. 27, nl | be made. DIVIDEND ON INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS EACH account is insured safe to S5.000 by to* Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total of S15.000 and be fully insured. CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal investments for Trust Funds as well as Funds for Guardians, Administrators and Executors. IT's EASY to open an account and save by mail. irt 1111 Lincoln Road Vi Block East of A1W CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $10,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President DINt IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT W.r.ln rton Ave. at 12th St.. Mian" %  ••f.'Lycp Or-EN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITION' i • • Telephone 58-2979


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The Jewish Floridian
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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November 9, 1945

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Je\wiklbJBLDiri[dl]buD
'ftm6far"i0- THE JEWISH UNITY
I SH
EiSJElB-NUMBER 45
ill STAR
URE SERIES
. Greater Miami Jewish Cul-
committee will present Celia
noted dramatist, Sunday
jig at the Miami Beach Sen-
jfigh school, at 8:15 o'clock.
is Adler is known as the
Y. Ladv "f the Yiddish Thca-
land is the daughter of the
aeon Adler, outstanding Jew-
fctor. Besides starring in many
jsh plays, Miss Adler was a
[on Broadway in such Eng-
llf.ys as "The Treasure" and
Ions." -She is one of the found-
|f the Yiddish Art Theater in
[Vork and her concert recital
Pes a varied group of charac-
Itudies in both English and
Eh.
committee comprises the
Y.MIIA of Miami, the YM
' M
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9~1945"
Center Launches Buildi
Drive With Large Pledges
PRICE TEN CENTS
ing
ASK WEIZMANM
TO CONFERENCE
y Names Chertkof
Campaign Leader
George Chertkof, president of
Leading off with initial pledges !?0 tM,inmi. Y> wa? unan!mous'y
tatalling approximately $180 000 I elected chairman of the Y s cam-
the campaign for an expanded MU P^Bnhli0,minitftoc>, at ? meeQtlne of
the board of directors Sunday.
Plans for the forthcoming capi-
tal funds campaign will be made
TO SPEAK AT
Celia Adler
IA of Miami Beach and the
ving organizations in Greater
|ii: women's division of Am-
i Jewish Congress; Bureau of
ph Education; Congregation
Jacob Sisterhood; Dade
|ty Chapter National Child-
Cardiac Home; Hadassah;
fch National Workers Alliance;
pi Beach Jewish Center Sister-
Miami Beach Mizrachi,
division; Miami Beach Miz-
Women's division; National
fil of Jewish Women; Na-
Home for Jewish Children
Kiver and Temple Beth Sho-
pisterhood.
pcription price for the six
t sponsored by the commit-
J5. tax inclusive. A single
I costs SI plus tax.
[MI IWV TO EQUIP
JALL HOME
Mngsters at the Dade County
fen's home at Kendall are
pg forward to Dec. 1. For the
^ Markowitz post of the Jew-
War Veterans has bought
[round equipment for the
and will install it the be-
pg of next month, Abe S.
f>an, judge advocate of the
| reports.
nbers of the post and others
I contributed over $80 to the
L, ^.lr Pndbaiis, volley ball and net,
PUB, bats, gloves and seesaws.
ponai equipment will include
posts, three ping pong tables
me swings.
Nation of the equipment
Rhi e arrival f Michael Rand,
f'nieti, director of the Miami
EL.1-.-hclp the pst set up
recreational facilities which
ltmas0ff'Cially dedlcated at
Fe arc approximately 135
P" aj the Kendall home,
. tk whom are Negro, be-
cna ages of two and 17.
Bean- C!cBue Patotic! Be
V?m Subscribe to the
ogres y oan Drive now
London, (JTA) Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, who is
now in Washington, may be asked
by President Truman to join in a
conference with Prime Minister
Attlee, when the latter reaches
the United States.
A suggestion to this effect has
been made in London, Reuters re-
ports'. The report stated that con-
trary to many rumors, there is
still no real agreement between
the British and American views
on essential points about the fu-
ture of Palestine.
"It was felt here that with the
situation developing rapidly, it
would be impossible to carry
through a policy of careful inquiry
into the situation, and that when
Attlee sees the President certain
immediate decisions of a far reach-
ing nature would probably have
to be taken," the British news
agency said.
New York, (JTA) A check
for $1,000,00 for scientific re-
search in Palestine will be pre-
sented to Dr. Weizmann at a
dinner in the WaMorf-Antoria
on Nov. 27, the eve of his 71st
birthday, it was announced here.
The announcement, which
was made by the American
committee for the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science, which is to
be established in Rehovoth, said
that close to 2,000 representa-
tives or organizations and
groups which have contributed
towards the program of the
projected institute will attend.
The committee hopes to raise
$3,000,000.
On the eve of his departure for
Washington Dr. Weizmann ad-
dressed a message to the Jews of
Palestine counselling against vio-
lence. "No one understands better
than I the state of mind out of
which the recent events have
come," he said. "Nevertheless, I
deplore and disapprove of them,
and urge that for the sake of our
cause they should not recur. We
have loyal friends on both sides of
the ocean who firmly believe in the
justice of our cause, and share our
faith in the power of reason and
justice. The overwhelming moral
force of our cause must ultimately
triumph."
The newspaper Observer says
that the outbreaks in Palestine
have weakened "the negotiating
power" of Weizmann and his more
moderate colleagues. "The impres-
ami Beach Jewish Center was of-
ficially opened Monday night with
a dinner-rally held in the present
Center building.
Guest speaker was Rabbi Bar-
nett R. Brickner, of the Euclid
Ave. Temple, Cleveland, who de-
clared, "This campaign is touch-,
ing off that which is best and!
highest in human life our re-
lation with God and the spirit.
"Although we live in a world
of campaigns," he continued, "this
Miami Beach Center's drive is
unique and different, because
through it Jews are expressing
their highest spiritual terms, their
need to erect finally in this com-
munity the traditional synagogue
center. The synagogue is the for-
tress of the Jew. Out of the syna-
gogue comes philantrophy, Jewish
institutions, orphanages, old-age
homes. Unless we can make the
synagogue again a force in the
life of the Jews, we are lost.
"We must remember," he said,
"that it is the synagogue which
has carried the Jew, not the Jew
who has carried the synagogue.
And only through an adequate
Jewish center can we give our
children a Jewish education, so
that they will not grow up to be |
godless Americans."
Rabbi Brickner urged his audi-
ence to help create in Miami Beach
"possibly the finest Jewish center
in the world outside of Palestine."
He described the current cam-
paign as being of "national signfii
cance because to Miami come
leaders of Jews not only from the
United States, but from the entire
world. The Jewish center here will
be a pattern for others."
Presiding at the dinner-rally .
was Alfred Stone, co-chairman of j budSet committee,
the fund-raising drive, in the ab-
sence of Samuel Friedland. Goal
of the drive is $500,000. Already
purchased is the Center's site,
Washington Ave. and 17 street.
Others seated at the speakers'
table were Cantor Emanuel Bal-
kan, Nat H. Hankoff, publicity
chairman working with Ray Red-
man and Associates on public re-
George Chertkof
public shortly. Lists of prospective
contributors are being drawn up
at organizational meetings.
Chertkof, prominent Miami at-
torney, served as campaign chair-
man of the Fedeartion drive last
year. At present he is treasurer
of Federation. He has been chair-
man of the Y's board of directors
and chairman of the Federation
ADL To Expand
Field Service
Lessing J. Rosenwald, president
of the American Council for Juda-
ism, and Elmer Berger, executive
director of the organization, will
be the principal speakers at a
meeting of Miami citizens of Jew-
ish faith 8 p. m. Wednesday at
Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St.
Dr. Carl N. Herman, of West Palm
Beach, will preside.
B. E. Bronston, president of the
South Florida chapter of the Am-
erican Council for Judaism, ex-
plained that the Council was or-
ganized two years on the princi-
ple that the identity of Jews is
their religion and to present the
views of Americans of Jewish faith
on problems affecting the future
of their own lives and the lives of
Jews throughout the world.
Fostering a program of integra-
tion and emancipation, Mr. Bron-
ston said, the Council asks for
Chicago. An expansion of its
field service, manned by persons
well-trained in the programs of
inter-group good will in American
lations for the drive; Joseph Lip-! communities, was announced for
ton and Joseph M. Rose, co-chair- the Anti-Defamation league of
men of special gifts; Mayer Fran- B'nai B'rith by its national direc-
kel, chairman of the general di- | tor and secretary, Richard E. Gus-
vision; and Harry Sirkin, chair-j tadt, at the two-day annual 868-
man of the steering committee, j sion of the Anti-Defamation corn-
Also, in addition to Rabbi Brick-1 mission, which was held here re-
ner, were Rabbi and Mrs. Irving cently.
Lehrman, Joseph F. Rose, cam-1 "We hope to be able to service
paign director; Col. Sol Goldstrom, I communities more efficiently by a
Judge Joseph A. Berman, chairman greatly augmented field staff," Mr.
of the rating committee, and Ber- j Gustadt said. "It is planned to ex-
nard S. Feiner, real estate chair- j tend the Anti-Defamation league's
man. | projects and specialized services
Following the $180,000 pledge- in inter-group community public
donations, Joseph F. Rose outlined relation activities in cities of every
drive instructions to the campaign size. Now, in the postwar period
personnel. Weeklv report sessions that is upon us, we have the op-
have been scheduled for each
Thursday at luncheon-meetings in
the Strand restaurant, Miami
s!n *??,*S' i' i Z Beach, for the drive's duration,
the British authorities in London, undcrway are "parlor" meet-
are underrating the strong feeling *> ^"Sulate donations.
of impatience which has not been
alleviated by reports of further de-
lays while inquiries are conducted
concerning the situation of Jews in
European camps."
RUSSIANS TO STAGE
BENEFIT CONCERT
Sailors of the Red Fleet will
sing and dance at the Miami
Beach High school, 8 p. m. to-
morrow for the benefit of the
artificial arm and limb project
of the American Society for
Russian Relief. Inc.
Proceeds will be used to pur-
chase machinery in this country
to manufacture artificial arms
and limbs in all central hospi-
tals. Russian Relief has already
built two complete factories in
the Soviet Union for this pur-
PTickets. $1.00 plus tax, are on
sale at Russian Relief. Inc., 409
Washington ave., or at the en-
trance of the high school.
Distributed for the first time at
Monday night's rally was the of-
ficial campaign booklet mapping
the needs for more adequate Cen-
ter facilities. Its theme is: "Build
yourself a new Center for your
Jewish life."
Rabbi Brickner was honored at
a dinner given by Rabbi and Mrs.
Lehrman Saturday evening.
FIRST RESIGNS
Irving First, assistant executive
director of Federation, has resign-
ed that post effective today. Mr.
and Mrs. First will leave shortly
for Richmond, Va., where First
will enter the commercial field.
First and Joseph F. Rose, for-
mer executive director of Federa-
tion, were given a luncheon at the
Urmey hotel Wednesday by several
professional workers of local Jew-
ish agencies.
Freedom of speech does not
mean careless talk!
portunity of building an affirma-
tive understanding of the democra-
tic, concept which Nazi-Fascist
malevolence strove so violently to
destroy."
George J. Talianoff. Florida Re-
gional director: Alex Miller,
Southeastern Regional director,
and Gilbert J. Balkin, Talianoffs
new assistant, attended the con-
ference.
Sigmund Livingston, Chicago,
was reelccted chairman of the
Anti Defamation commission,
Judge Meier Steinbrink, New
York, and Harold Lachman, Chi-
cago, were named vice-chairmen.
Other officers elected were: Max
J. Schneider, New York, treasur-
er; Mr. Gutstadt, secretary and
director; and Philip W. Haberman,
New York, honorary vice-chair-
man.
The following were elected to
the executive committee: Henry
Monsky, Omaha; Maurice Bisgyer,
Washington, D. C; Mr. Living-
ston, A. C. Horn, Max J. Schnei-
der, Edmund Waterman and
Judge Steinbrink, all of New
York; Harold Lachman, Robert
Straus, A. G. Ballenger, all of
Chicago; Judge David A. Rose,
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Lessing J. Rosenwald
equality of rights and responsi-
bilities for Jews with their fellow
coreligionists in all countries, seek-
ing no special privileges for Jews
anywhere in the world and resist-
ing the imposition of any disabili-
ties upon them.
Mr. Rosenwald has long been ac-
tive in communal affairs and has
continued many of the philantro-
phic activities of his father, Ju-
lius Rosenwald. He is a member
of the board of directors of
the Federation of Jewish Char-
ities and other communal activities
in Philadelphia. He is a trustee of
the Julius Rosenwald Fund and
other outstanding civic and char-
itable agencies. He has been head
of the American Council for Juda-
ism since its inception.
Rabbi Berger, whose book, the
"Jewish Dilemma," has just been
published, was born in Cleveland,
and studied for the rabbinate at
the Hebrew Union college, Cincin-
nati, wher he specialized in Bibli-
cal Exegesis. From 1932 to 1936
he served as Rabbi of Temple Beth
Jacob in Pontiac, Mich., and from
1936 until he became director of
the Council in 1943, he was Rabbi
of Temple Beth El. in Flint, Mich.
MRS. PEARLMAN^GIVES
TEA FOR COMMITTEE
Mrs. Ruth Pearlman, chairman
of the scholarship fund of Mi-
ami Beach Senior High school,
entertained her newly-organized
volunteer aids at the last week
at her home, 1600 Miami ave.
Present were Mrs. Arabelle
Reese, Mrs. B. Collegeman. Mrs.
Israel Tietch, Mrs. B. Pegran,
Mrs. P. Weinberg, Mrs. S. Weiss,
Mrs. C. Kimmel, Mrs. J. Melnick
and Mrs. S. Rughesky.
Mothers wishing to aid the
fund are asked to call Mrs. Ep-
stein, 5-0578, or Mrs. Teitch,
5-3296.
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PAGE TWO
*Jewist FRIDAY,
Beth David Plans
Membership Tea
The annual membership tea of
Beth David Sisterhood will be
held at the synagogue, 139 N. W.
Third ave.. Wednesday at 2 p.m.
A musical and cultural program
has been arranged by Mrs. Nor-
man D. Jacobs, general chair-
man, and her committee. High-
light of the afternoon will be the
review of Moshe Mosenson"s lat-
est book. "Letters from the Des-
ert" by Mrs. Max Shapiro.
The musical portion will in-
clude Cantor Abraham Fried-
man in a repertoire of Jewish
and Palestinian songs, accom-
panied at the piano by Mrs. Har-
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
ON THE PARTY LINE
Cocktail Party
To Honor Belles
A cocktail party in honor of
approximately 65 Victory Belles
50 hours
THE PAH1I Lint ,u rti.ontinn of most of the local i who have served over
Victory bonds are claiming the atention ot most ^ ^ ^ m
which
Diana
S. W.
Mrs. Max Shapiro
old F v M tvin Michaels,
. i i l*n ersit> of Mi-
. Symphony circhestra. will i
d and Miss Rib Jo
piai
I
gr tings ...
.. i bj Mrs Jack Au-
Mrs
Nataj E u chaxg*
- and th '' -
- I :..-.: Sal Zalka
f the gut st b k
An in the auditorium
ill follow the program. Mem-
. s and their friends have been
in\ ned.
irncoLn
OPtN IO P M
miAmt
I COf.P N(ol |
I FlAGLlR AT .
Cn 11
fy
rpToi
t M:45 \
AT THREE
THEATRES
The Lovely, Be-
loved Darling of
Two Continents!
BETTY GRABLE
JUNE HAVER
as
"The
Dolly
Sisters"
IX TECHNICOLOR
JOHN PAYNE
REGINALD
GARDINER
S. Z. SAKALL
groups these days. Had^ssah has pledged S250 000 with^Mw.
Douglas Raff a/chairman. M **- -gf^^gfi
Mrs. Norman Maran, has pledged S75.00U Mrs- nos
chairman of the AJC Women's division bond sales dimb.ng
her way up the Blue Star Brigade. As is Mrs Jack Fern o we
Bnai BttthWomen. The BB Women will man the booth the
Red Cross department store this weekend with Mrs. Bobby
Reyes, from town, and Mrs. Fein, from the Beach, in dgwjv.
Roslyn Rabin is featured in the cast of "Blithe Spirit
the U of M. Playmakers are presenting this week .
Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zelig Bert Cohen, 1521
30 ave., was born Oct. 6 ... Mrs. S. B. Miller is well enough
to receive visitors, after undergoing a major operation at Jack-
son Memorial Lyn Hacker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hacker, is now a first lieutenant ... A. I. Tobin is recuperating
at home. 849 Lenox ave after being seriously hurt in an acci-
dent in Atlanta .
AROUND AND ABOUT
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz, of New York, are here with theu
children, Martin and Marilyn, and expect to become perma-
nent residents. The Hurwitz are the son-in-law and daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Langner, 2283 S. W. 17 st. Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Glantz of Pittsburgh are spending a month with their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hershey Glantz, 2263
N. W. Fourth ter. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bisk of the Zion Kosher
Sausage CO., Chicago, recently vacationed here ... Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Ginsburg have returned to their home, 1006 Eighth
St., after spending five months in Westchester, Penna. Mrs
Stanley E. Schwartz, of Long Island, is spending the winter at
7842 Abbott ave. with her daughter, Wendie-Ann, while Capt.
Schwartz is stationed at Chanute field with the medical corps.
Mrs. Schwartz is the sister of Mrs. Harold Turk Mrs. Belle
Kugelman and her daughter, Mrs. Tohrner, are expected to
arrive today by plan from New York where they have been
vacationing tfor the past two months. They will stay at the
Boulevard hotel until they open their home on Rivo Alto island. ;
Mrs. Tohrner's daughter, Mrs. Robert L. Eichberg, has gone to |
Denver before coming to Miami Beach. Her husband, Lt. i
Eichberg, is stationed in Brooklyn Navy Yard Mrs. A. J. |
Rosen, wife of the Rev. Rosen, has returned to her home, 139
Meridian ave, after spending five months in Brooklyn .
Mrs. Paul W. Sokoloff and son, Roger Lewis, are dividing
their time between her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Syman,
1214 S W. S. W. 13 ct, and Mr. Sokoloff's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Sokolofl of S. W. 19 rd. Mr. Sokoloff is expected to
join his wife and son in December. They live in Forest Hills,
Long Island, N Y. Mr. Sokoloff's sister, Miss Zelda Syman,
hes been selected head majorette at the University of Georgia
where she is majoring in sociology in her junior year. She
formerly attended the University of Miami .
First Lt. Seymour Rubin has returned to his base in Atlanta
after spending ten days sick leave with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Rubin. The senior Rubins recently returned
from a six months' sojourn at their summer home in Deal, N. J.
. Mrs. Bertha B. Levy and her daughter, Isabelle, will return
to their home, 1625 S. W. 15 st., from Baltimore next week. Mrs.
Levy's other daughter, Shirley, is attending the University of
San Francisco after being honorably discharged from the
WAVES and her son, Morgan, is attending the ROTC engi-
neering department of the Navy at the University of Colorado
in Boulder .
Three members of the Miami section of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women will attend the Nov. 13-15 Southeastern
' regional conference that Council will hold in Birmingham, Ala.
They are Mrs Nat L. Williams, president of the local section;
Mrs. Morris Alpert, first vice president; and Mrs Monte Selig,
. chairman of the service to the foreign born. Mrs. Selig is in
' charge of the program for the Nov. 15 session and Mrs.
Williams will deliver a paper on port and dock work I. C.
Greenberg left Sunday for Boston Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller
are motoring through California and will return to Miami in a
(ew weeks Miss Helen Behar sends greetings from New
York Abraham Levitan left yesterday on a business trip to
New Jersey .
A. Moss and Ida Mae Levine were the winners of alligator
handbags at a meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary of Feda Marko-
witz post. JWV, recently Proceeds from the donor mah jong ,
given last night at the home of Mrs. Ben Schwartz will go to I
the Greater Miami Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society of,
Denver Delta Phi Epsilon sorority of the U. of M will hold |
an open house tomorrow night at the home of Miss Natalie '
Frankel Pythian sisters, Miami Beach temple, will hold a
business meeting at 617 Collins ave. on Tuesday at 8 p. m.
will be given bv the Miami Ser-
vice league at Victor's Drum,
3622 Coral Way. Tuesday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock. The affair is
for invited Victory Belles and
paid up members of the league.
Entertainment will consist of
piano selections by Rita Quartin
and a surprise skit.
Active since June, 1942, the
league, assisted by the Victory
Belles, has sponsored a variety
of dances and parties for ser-
vicemen stationed in South Flor-
ida. On Sunday the league and
the Freda Markovvitz post will
Hive their bi-monthly entertain-
ment for convalescent service,
men at the Miami Y.
League members have been
asked to contact Mrs. Maurice
Furman, chairman of the ar-
rangements committee, at 4-5833,
or Mrs. Henry Kauffmann at
2-2907, by Nov. 10 if they intend
to be at the cocktail party. Vic-
tory Belles should call these
women or Mrs. George Chcrtkof,
3-7223, or Mrs. Leon Kaplan,
2-4498. Also serving on the com-
mittee are Mrs. Ann Pastroff and
Mrs. Leo Hohauser.
NOVEMBER
NEW BBG GROU
FORMED AT Y*
Sheila Ludwie k.
named[.temporary "?H bi
now B'nai BYith ffift'lt
formed recently at ,!. ,.CWB
The club fi'lftLW
at 7:45 p. m. with IJ^
Berman, and Mrs. \<\ H.
''"'
girls
sponsos.
Twenty-five e
organizations meeiu***
heard Mrs. Carl Weir*"' *
man, outline the S- **
BBG work. The fcy> i
formed the new rhli. "><
from the waiting lists of.? *
Miami chapter!, lV*3
B. Z. B. The
new
:
formal by B.Z. B^RaS
membership "**
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l^ndo,,. (JTA) Field Mar-
l Lord Gort has resigned as
eh Commissioner for Palestine
? reasons of ill-health, Colonial
cretary George Hall told the
of Commons this week, as
fnrriude to a report on the dis-
fbances there. John V. M. Shaw,
lief Secretary in Palestine will
ad the government until Lord
irt's successor is named, Hall
That Lord Gort should have
[ind it necessary to resign just
this moment is deeply regret-
In London, Reuters reported
Rav. pointing out that he had
Ecessfully gained the confidence
[both Jews and Arabs in Pales-
ie.
f'lt was also suggested in some
arters that Lord Gort did not
eye to eye with the recent de-
Boris of the Middle East con-
fence of British diplomats in
ndon. and that his different out-
about the future of Palestine
bably also had something to
Wth his present decision," the
tish news agency said.
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Nat Zalka, past president of
Beth David Congregation, was
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Miami Jewish Cemetery associa-
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secretary, and David Goldstein,
treasurer.
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PAGE THREE
FINOS REBIRTH
OF RELIGION
IN ARID FORCES
By HERMAN BINDER
I enjoyed the chat with my
mend of former years. Rabbi
Burnett R. Brickner. I inquired
MnSJ? r(,'('ent activitiesof his
oti.UUO mile journey made at the
request of our late President,
Mr. Roosevelt.
"I went into practically all the
theatres of war: I saw destruc-
tion, the terrorism of fiends not
only against our Jews but all of
those in the war zones," he said.
"I saw the desecration of our
sacred booksof our thousand
year old scrolls. I saw the deg-
radation to which humans have
been subjected; all of it almost
beyond the power of word de-
scription, but I have also wit-
nessed the spiritual renaissance
among our Jewish men and
women in the armed forces,
those who had either through
other interests, indifference or
community negligence, placed as
secondary their requirements for
spiritual needs."
To my question, how can we
retain the awakened spiritual
realization of our boys and girls
returning to civilian life, he de-
clared. |'It is the bounden duty
of American Jewry to recapture
and retain the awakened spirit-
ualization of the returning men
and women by providing them
with centers of influence under
intelligent direction, and in that
way revitalize and stimulate the
desire for participation in their
respective Jewish active com-
munnl affairs."
Deploring the necessity of
present Palestinian uprisings, he
reaffirmed the fact that the
Jews have a homeland in Pales-
tine.
Rabbi Brickner's present de-
sireworld traveller as he is
would be to settle in Greater
Miami.
Blank To Direct
Chest Division
Sam Blank has been ap-
pointed a division leader in the
approaching Victory campaign
of the Community War Chest.
Announcement of his appoint-
ment as head of the entire com-
mercial division was made this
week by General Chairman
Stanley C. Myers. The com-
mercial division, which solicits
its gifts from business firms of
10 employees or more, has one
of the largest quotas of any cam-
paign division.
Blank, who was chairman for
the beer industry in last year's
Chest drive, is president of
National Brands, Inc. Last week
he was given a testimonial din-
ner on the occasion of the com-
pany's 20th anniversary.
He is chairman of the Greater
Miami Army-Navy committee,
chairman of the Miami Beach
Servicemen's Housing corpora-
tion, a director of the Commun-
ity War Chest and the local
chapter of the American Red
Cross and a past president of
Federation.
CABANA STILL OPEN
FOR SERVICEMEN
Contrary to previous plans,
the Servicemen's Swim Cabana,
sponsored by the Army-Navy
committee, is remaining open.
The cabana is located at 1 Lin-
coln rd behind the Servicemen's
Snack Bar which was closed
midnight Sunday after serving
250.000 persons.
Rudy R .Adler is chairman of
the Cabana project which is op-
erated by volunteer workers.
Mr. Adler declares that he will
attempt to keep the Cabana
open till the last serviceman
leaves this area. Over 18,000
servicemen and their families
have used the facilities in less
than six months.
Many of the other services
sponsored by the Army-Navy
committee are still functioning,
Leon Schulman, the committees
secretary said this week. Meet-
ings of the newly formed Vet-
erans' committee have been held
during the past few days and
announcement of the .commit-
tee's services will be made soon.
Think, act, be American!
Play safedon't talk.
LAUDERDALE TEMPLE
HIRES RABBI GROSS
Rabbi David Hale Gross, who
was recently named rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El in Ft. Lauder-
dale, will give his first regular
service at the Temple tonight
at 8 p. m., according to Moe
Katz, president of the congrega-
tion. The subject of his sermon
will be "One Dream and One
Destiny."
Dr. Gross came to Ft. Lauder-
dale from Forest Hills, L. I. He
is a graduate of the University
of Cincinnati Hebrew seminary.
He studied for his doctor's de-
gree at the University of Chi-
cago.
In addition to his theological
work, he has served as instruc-
tor at the University of Wiscon-
sin. At one time he was on the
staff of the New York Times.
CHANUKAH CANDLES
Over one thousand complete
sets of Chanukah were shipped
last week for the Jewish refu-
gees in the liberated concentra-
tion camps in Germany and
Austria by the Refugee-Immi-
gration Division of A g u d a t h
Israel Youth council of America.
Special arrangements were made
to assure that the Chanukah can-
dles be received before the Holi-
day.
CURFEW SET FOR
E
WANT LOCAL YESHIVA
A movement to establish a
Yeshiva in Greater Miami has
been reopened by a group
bandod by Dr. M. j. Safra, presi-
dent. The group is soliciting en-
rollment of local children for
Hebrew and English education
Other officers are Milton
Weiner. vice president: S. Grun-
werg, treasurer; and D. Kleber,
secretary.
Jerusalem, (JTA I A curfew
covering all sparsely settled sec-
tions of northern Palestine was
proclaimed on Sunday. Persons liv-
ing in such areas were ordered to
remain indoors between 5:30 p.m.
and 5:30 a.m.
The curfew, which is apparent-
ly aimed at curbing attempts at
sabotage, will be enforced also in
Haifa port and the industrial area
about a mile eats of the port, in-
cluding the terminus of the pipe-
line from Iraq, the oil refineries
and the Palestine Electric Corpo-
ration. A curfew on vehicular traf-
fic outside municipal boundaries
was imposed last Thursday, fol-
lowing outbreaks here.
In Tel Aviv, Mayor Israel Rok-
ach told the municipal council
that steps should be taken to pre-
vent aggressive acts against Brit-
ish soldiers in Tel Aviv, who are
"guests of the city" and against
attempts to prevent police from
carrying out their duty.
The council protested against
the anti-Jewish riots in Cairo and
decided to send a letter of en-
couragement to Jewish youths in
Egypt "who prevented a pegrom
in the Jewish quarters of Cairo."
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FRIDAY,
CIO JEWS
PROTEST RIOTS
Cairo, i.ITAi The Cairo Jew-
ish community tentatively Mt yes-
terday as a day Of mourning and
fasting to protest the anti-Jewish
riots which resulted in an esti-
mated $1,000,000 damage to Jew-
ish stores, homes, synagogues and
institutions here, caused the death
of 6 persons and the wounding of
over 500.
A request will be made to the
Egyptian government for an offi-
cial apology, as well as assurances
that stringent measures will be
taken to prevent a recurrence of
anti-Semitic violence.
Police on Sunday suppressed mi-
nor disturbances here as rioters
sought to extend the outbreaks
into the fourth successive day. Pa-
trols are guarding all main streets
to prevent further violence.
The day of protest on Thursday
was to be marked by the closing
of all Jewish shops and non-Jew-
ish employers were asked to al-
low their Jewish employees to join
the observance.
Jewish circles reveal that dele-
gations o( young Egyptians visited
Jewish-owned stores last week and
warned them to dose down on Fri-
day. Chief Rabbi Halm Naheum
Effendi, to whom the shopkeep-
ers turned for advice urged them '
to keep closed and notified the
Egyptian authorities of the
threats Despite his warning, the
authorities took no steps to pro-
tect Jewish shops.
Regular services could not be
held in the Ashkeaazi Eynagoguo
here last Saturday, as a result of
the damage done by the rioters.
The inside of the temple, when this
correspondent visited it, was bath-
ed in sun glaring down from the
shattered glass Star of David m
the dome onto a floor littered with
debris.
ADL TO EXPAND
FIELD SERVICE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
! Boston; and Leo Lehman. Pitts-
burgh.
The staff of the Anti-Defama-
tion league reported to the com-
mission meeting that today there
is less organized anti-Semitism
than in the immediate pre-war
years, though it was emphasized
that racial and religious tensions
aggravated by political and eco-
nomic conflicts could readily prove
menacing without a thorough-
. educational program.
AZA TO ENTERTAIN
AT SHOLEM MEETING
Sholens lodge of B'nai B'rith
will hold us November business
meeting :::15 p. m. Tuesday eve-
ning at Beth David auditorium.
Royal Palm chapter. AZA. will
conduct the program which will
le musical selections.
Repoits of the nominating,
bond and membership commit-
tees w :ll be delivered. Addi-
tions will be ac-
cepted from the floor.
Hai '\' Turk, president, asks
thai every member bung a new
r, Bonds will be on sale
at the meeting. Refreshments
v. ill be served.
Greater Miami
Jewish Cultural Committee
CELIA ADLER
First lady of the Yiddish stage and screen. Miss
Adler presents a group ol character studies
which made her the hit of Theatre
Guild production.
Sunday; Nov. 11, 8:00 p. m.
Miami Beach Senior High School Auditorium
1420 Drexel Avenue
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WEDNESDAY. DEC. 5, TEMPLE ISRAEL
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men's DivisionNational Council of Jewish Women-
National Home for Jewish Children in DenverYM & YW
HA of Miami-YM 6- WHA of Miami Beach Temple Beth
Sholom SisterhoodMiami Chapter HadassahWomen's
Division American Jewish Congress.
TO BE TRIED
London. (JTA) Forty two
guards and administrators of the
i Dachau concentration camp will
go on trial next week in the first
mass war crime proceedings in the
American zone in Germany, it was
reported here. The formal indict-
ment was read to the defendants
on Friday and they have until
Nov. 15, when the trial begins, to
prepare their defense with the as-
sistance of four American officers
and any German attorneys they
want to engage.
One of the principal defendants
is Christof Ludwig Knoll, who
bragged that he hanged 98 Jews
and many other persons. Friede-
rich Wllhelm Ruppcrt. who oper-
ated gas chambers at Maidanek
and Martin Weiss, the comman-
dant of Dachau. The trial will take
place In courts located on the site
of the camp.
The Nuremberg trial of the 23
top Nazis, which was to begin on
Nov. 20. may be postponed as
much as six weeks to allow de-
fense counsel additional time, the
I^ondon press reports from Nurem-
t rg. Another report, from Luene-I
berg, says that 1.000.000 words
have been spoken there at the Bel-
sen trial which goes into its eighth
week tomorrow. The proceedings
arc expected to continue for at
least another two weeks.
A broadcast from Linz. Austria,
said that Johann Hoelzel has been
sentenced to death by a people's |
court In Vienna for shooting four
.lews at the Guens Camp last Palm
Sunday when the S.S. executed 85
Jews.
GROUP
MONTH
PLANS BOOK
ACTIVITIES
Observance of Jewish book
month during November was
planned by the local Jewish
Book council which was formed
Monday. Max Mcisel, repre-
senting Temple Israel library,
was named chairman and A. B.
Gannes, director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, was se-
lected as secretary.
Others on the council are Mrs.
Alex Steibel of Beth David Sis-
terhood; Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director of the Miami Y;
and Jack Marash, executive di-
rector of the Beach Y.
Among the activities which
the council is arranging are book
reviews for various organiza-
tions and exhibits in religious
schools, the University of Mi-
ami and for organizations.
The council will also sponsor
a book review contest for the
Greater Miami area with three
prizes for the winners. Book
awards will be distributed at a
children's Chanukah assembly.
The council is preparing a list
of recommended books which
may be purchased through the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Contact will be made with local
newspapers to call Jewish book
month to the attention of book
reviewers.
The council is urging parents
to give books with Jewish con-
tent to their children for Chanu-
kah and other occasions.
BROTHER'S DEATH IS
FIRST IN 60 YEARS
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
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HOG
ss?iff
Karl Wietzel left this week for
Zanesville, Ohio, to attend the
funeral of his brother. Fred E.
Wietzel. who died Monday morn-
ing. This was the first death in
the family in the past 60 years.
Mr. Wietzel's mother and
father. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C.
Wietzel, arrived in Miami last
week by plane from Zanesville
to spend the winter with Mr.
and Mrs. Karl Witzel. They
said it took them just as long
to get to Miami by plane last
week as it took them to travel 20
miles by horse carriage on their
honeymoon iln 1885.
The senior Wietzels have four
children, 14 grandchildren and
several greatgrandchildren. Mr.
Wietzel is 86 years old and is
wife is 79.
Vienna, utai ,
ed property belongine^SI
Jews is not boing ~,,>Q
and that .1. roCn^l4'5!
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The mi morandum noun*,
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WEST FLAGLER SCHOOLING
RACES START MONDAY
All plans are complete for the
nncning of official greyhound
Sling races on Monday night,
'.,. the West Flagler Kennel club
where Florida's 1945-1946 rac-
ing season gets under way with
naii-mutuel wagering on Tues-
div Nov. 29. The extensive
schooling programs will begin
it 8 P- rn. and will be free to
the public although minors are
not admitted under Florida State
Ruing commission rules.
West Flagler, for many years
htc state's No. 1 greyhound rac-
ing center in attendance and mu-
tuels has attracted the outstand-
ing 'racing greyhounds in the
country for the coming 80-night
meeting. Under the personal di-
rection of Jacob Sher, president,
and William L. Huntley, vice
president and general manager,
the downtown track has been
notably improved for this first
post-war meeting. The long pop-
ular mezzanine has been enlarged
along with the entire mutuels
department Instead of the form-
er wooden fence which surround-
ed the racing center, patrons will
now view an attractive concrete
block fence. Also on the mez-
zanine, patrons will be offered
the added convenience of an elec-
tric odds board, this in addition
to the large all-track electric
odds board across the track.
The schooling races, which
will see the stars of more than
40 kennels prepped for the offi-
cial meeting, will continue
nightly from Monday through
Saturday night, Nov. 17. Closed
on Sunday and also on Monday
Nov. 19, the track will be given
its final "best dress" for the ma-
jor West Flagler Inaugural which
promises to arase all Florida rec-
ords for the sport in attendance
and mutuels for an opening night.
During the coming week, final
employes' rosters will be com-
pleted although the West Flag-
ler official family remains prec-
tically the same as in former
years. Already in action and
checking the dogs as they regis-
ter is Presiding Judge H. M. Bar-
ton, one of the nation's outstand-
ing greyhound racing officials.
Ai Deickman, widely known
manager of mutuels, again will
be at his post at West Flagler
while the program and form
charts will be in charge of Mer-
rill Watts, nationally known race
chart expert. Dinty Dennis again
will be at the announcer's mike
with Bert L. Acker in charge of
public relations.
With the official opening on
Nov. 20, the nightly racing with
pari-mutuels will start at 8 p. m.
with a 10-race program. The daily
double will be on the first and
third races.
LAUNCH CENTER CAMPAIGN
BEACH VETS TO MARK
ARMISTICE DAY
Miami Beach veterans of the
two world wars will join in two
celebrations of the 26th anni-
versary of the Armistice Sun-
dav, according to Dr. Maurice
Klein, chairman of veteran
groups.
Tribute will be paid the dead
of both wars in a ceremony at
the cenotaph on the south side
of city hall at 11 a. m. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will give the in-
vocation and an overseas veteran
will be principal speaker.
A dance for members of ser-
ice organizations wilal be held at
the Elks lodge, 728 West ave., at
8:30 o'clock Sunday night. In
the brief program preceding the
dance. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will give the invocation and Rev.
Dr. Wiley Scott, pastor of the
Community church, will give the
benediction. Col. T. J. J. Chris-
tian, former commanding offi-
cer of the Miami Beach service
base, and former Gov. Spessard
J. Holland will speak.
Participating in both ceremon-
ies will be members of the Jew-
ish War Veterans, American Le-
gion, Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Society of Forty and Eight.
Spanish-American War Veterans
and the Order of the Purple
Heart.
FRIDAY REVIEW
BEGINS TODAY
The third season of "The Fri-
day Review," educational proj-
est of the Women's division,
American Jewish Congress will
be initiated this afternoon at
1:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will re-
view two books dealing with the
problem of the returned soldier
__J. B. Priestley's "Three Men in
New Suits" and tester Cohen's
"Coming Home."
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Workers in the $500,000 expansion campaign of the Miami Beach Jewish Center launched the
drive Monday night with a dinner. Seated at the head table are Cantor Emanuel Barkan, Nat
Hankoff, Joseph Lipton, M. H. Frankel, Harry Sirk in. Rabbi Barnett Brickner, Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Mrs. Lehrman, Al Stone, Joseph F. Rose, Joseph M. Rose, Joseph Berman, B. B. Feiner and Sol
Goldstrom.
NEWSMAN TO SPEAK
AT SISTERHOOD TEA
Paul Bruun, Sun-Tropics col-
umnist, will be guest speaker at
the annual membership tea of
the Congregation Beth Jacob
Sisterhood, 2 p. m. Wednesday
at the home of Rabbi and Mrs.
Moses Mescheloff. 711 Lenox Ave.
The affair climaxes the member-
ship drive undertaken six weeks
ago.
Mrs. Jack Hirsch, president,
and her committee, will welcome
new members. Original charac-
ter sketches will be given by
Mrs. Harold Turk. Musical se-
lections will also be on the pro-
gram which will be followed by
a special get-acquainted feature,
"Around the Samovar." Re-
freshments will be served.
Program chairmen are Mrs.
Louis Glasser and Mrs. Abra-
ham Levitan. Hostesses include
Mrs. Moses Kreiger, Mrs. Harry
Genet, Mrs. Rose Weiss, Mrs.
Meyer Mescheloff, Mrs. David
Whitman, Mrs. Sam Schachno,
Mrs. Paulina Hertz, Mrs. S. M.
Grundwerg, Mrs. Anna Berov,
Mrs. Isaac Ragen. Mrs. Irving
Genet, Mrs. Murray Hertz, Mrs.
Leibsch Hagen. Mrs. Josephine
Brenner, Mrs Philip Portes. Mrs.
Irving Makovsky, Mrs. Molly
Budner, Mrs. A. J. Safra, Mrs.
Harry Zeilinger.
The Sisterhood's second annual
Chanukah concert will be held
Dec. 2 at the Miami Beach High
school with a program of guest
artists. Cantor Louis D. Feder
and the Beth Jacob choir will also
appear. Mrs. Louis Glasser is
chairman. Tickets may be ob-
tained at the synagogue.
Center of Hollywood will be
that of Melvin Silva, son of Mrs.
Frances Silva, 1805 Jackson st.,
and grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kravetz, 1726 Jackson st.
Services will be at the Center
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
A reception will be held at the
Center Sunday evening at 7 p. m.
For the past two years, Melvin
has been an honor student at
the Hebrew and Sunday schools
sponsored by the Center and is
their first pupil to become Bar
Mitzva.
EX-NAVY OFFICER
JOINS LAW FIRM
Recently released from the
Navy, William Pallot has be-
come associated with the law
firm of Leo Rosen in the Con-
gress building.
In the Navy four years, Pallot
was a lieutenant in the amphi-
bious force. He was command-
ing officer of an LCI for 14
months and division comman-
der of six LCIs for about 10
months. He spent 22 months at
sea.
nessee, he lives with his wife
and children, Philip and Bea-
trice, at 2101 S. W. 11th st.
HOLLYWOOD TO HAVE
FIRST BAR MITZVA
The first Bar Mitzva to be
held at the Jewish Community
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VOLUME 18
NUMBER 45
KISLEY 4. 5706
BOX
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Miami 18
Digest of the mail received at Jewish
Klorldian poet office box.
iw^w^^
JNF blueprints new city to be
built on sand dunes between Tel
Aviv and Nathania Palestine
government to operate air trans-
port organization Palestine
diamond cutting industry flour-
ishes Delegation of Palestine
farmers en route to U. S. to
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright. 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, jj,.
a
THE POLITICAL POT: The
establishment of a joint com-
gioo to study the problem of the
Jews in Europe in relation to
the Palestine question are not
proceeding smoothly This
explains why Prime Minister
Attlie was not in a position to
make his much-promised state-
ment on Palestine in Parliament
and why the matter was left in
studv mechanized methods of
plantation development Un- I the hands of Foreign Secretary
emplovment index in Palestine i Bevin Since it has been
is almost zero, with only 900 re- j widely publicized that Britain is
ported temporarily out of work to make an announcement soon
. American Zionist Emergency with regard to Palestine. Bevin
their
have men- names ,
graphs supplied to the G,0tc
in Berlin for apprSriau*'
tion," the nature of wh?h *
left to the imaElnatlonWhlch **
results of the German anii'5
council reminds former Senator may make some kind of a state- ish propaganda were soon
Guy
state
M.
in
Gillette that Jewish ment, but it will not be the state-
Palestine will mean ment This is because there
CAPITAL FUNDS
Add all the goals of the capital funds drives now in
progress and those contemplated in the near future and you
have quite a sizeable amount. What's more, the Greater Miami
Jewish community will raise it. The figure, somewhat stagger-
ing as large sums usually are, is not an exaggerated one. ; equal rights for Arabs and Jews seems to be serious differences
alike Sen. Pepper lauds -pio- of opinion between London and
necring spirit" of settlers on Pal- Washington with regard to the
estine land redeemed by Junior functions of the projected Anglo-
Hadassah ... At JNF dinner Dr. American commission ... In
Abba Hillel Silver, co-chairman fact, at one time last week the
of Zionist Emergency council, i Anglo-American negotiations on
receives album of Golden Book | the establishment of this com-
Inscriptions, each of which rep- ; mission almost broke down.
resent $100 or more for redemp- after the matter seemed to be
tion of Palestine land ... i all settled And even now
Daniel Brick heads Jewish Prime Minister Attlee will have
Agency in Sweden where hard Jb convincing President
thousands find haven AJC Truman that_ what Britain is try-
agents intensified their ,.
propaganda by JU>
lists containing the n ula,MI
Jewish firms. ,HAnme^f^
British firms whte^_S_
Jews as clerks tL 55*W
accompanied bv ,,*"*(
ing all "Aryans' to ft* ?*
firms and threatening tha &2
who would no, COAT**
Every dollar asked for is needed and will be well spent Sev-
eral factors, notable in their mention, lead us to an optimistic
outlook. Hard to realize this community has passed its infancy,
weathered its teens and now enters early manhood. This
growth has made Miami one of the twenty largest cities in the
United States, from the aspects of the Jewish population and
fund raising.
Community coordination, weathering many storms, has
come a long way. Topping it has come the awakening of
individual responsibility to community, to Jewish and civic
endeavor and to fellow man With the responsibility has been ^^"p^ntage*"! npm ir> to selfthe'United* St"ates"on
the gradual and successful education in the art of giving and | rations from Germany be set the Palestine issue is something
adequacy in contributing. Understanding of Jewish tradition i aside for compensation of Ger
and background has and will continue to develop leadership, | an cw^s Dr- KPPel
the key to a healthy, giowing. progressive community.
son. Queens college professor, di-
{ reels JDC education programs
I for Jews in German and Aust-
The Miami Beach Jewish Center formally launched a half irjaj, DP centers Allied corn-
million dollar drive last week The funds will be used to erect mission decrees abolition of all
a new, enlarged and expanded structure to serve its many
activities.
The opening function, raising about S200.000, set a pace
for other citizens to follow. With this exemplary beginning,
the Center is bound to succeed. This sum represents the dona- ' tions of just a handful of individuals Successful in their pri- j Men
adverse to' taking advanL^
the situation The $L '
government sejz,,, ffi J*|
of Jewjsh industrialist S
the Japanese seized, after Pe .
Harbor, all the properties nf E
Sasoons the Shannons and ,
Jews who had large commerce
"; '. ?we11 s- bo"k ls extremely
interesting, since it is the fo
hand story of a man who triv.
elled extensively throughout the
Far Eeast and who was reoatri
fir1 to $_,u !on an *
ship in 1942, after being imnnl
which America should be willing i oned and tortured bv the bnT
to accept ... In Washington a nese .
feeling of pessimism prevails
with regard to the forthcoming
Attlee-Truman talks on Pales-
tine The Anglo-American
negotiations at their present
rent Neither~Yhe~Ja;!DM-
nor their Chinese
Danes*
of AAF Redistribution
vote lives, these men contributed substantially to theC***, |SSff-JlSS Jft*,UCh$
undertaKing, thus evidencing that they are fully sold on the
Naxi laws from German judicial Bta*e are shrouded in such great
system Commillee to assist secrecy that none of the Zionist
rehabilitation of displaced inlel- leaders in this country, or in
lecluals established in N. Y. .London, actually knew what is
3.000 more Jews repatriated Klr>8 "" behind the diplomatic
scenes Among Zionist lead-
ers in New York there is a sug-
gestion being advanced that a
need Others will follow their lead. History has shown that
the synagogue with its manifold activities remains a bulwark
in the continuity of Jewish liveeducating youth to assume
the reigns of leaderships in the years to come. Providing the
pace of assembly for young and old, the Miami Beach Jewish
Center's new structure will go far towards meeting the needs
of the community's progressive pace
lain Saul Kraft to send to UJA
. More than 4.000 volumes of
Judica sent to 168 U. S. colleges
by Jewish Chautauqua society
in past four months Over
190.
d
CULTURAL NOTES: With
Jewish Book month now being
observed in hundreds of syna-
gogues and center- throughout
the country, it is or.lv proper to
draw attention to the services
which the Jewish Publication so-
ciety has rendered to American
Jewry since its foundation in
1888 ... No Jew in the United
States who has a deep interest
in Jewish books can afford not
to be a member of the Jewish
Publication society, or at least
U. S. Supreme Court decision in-
terpreting the terms of the Pal-
ley. \ eterans' administration di-
rector, to address 50th encamp-
ment of JWV in Atlantic City,
No. 23-25 Denver and Tulsa
ing convention of the Zionist Or-
ganization of
opens on
City.
America which
vice-president of the
society for his energetic efforts
and his abilitv w hich has
NOV. 16 at Atlantic brought such excellent results in
making the Jewish Publication
om -,-,-.-- i society verv popular among
ON THE RECORD: How the thousands of Jews in all parts of
Nazis extended their anti-Jewish the countrv And speaking
^'""PaKanda to Shanghai where, of literature, you are cordially
-5.000 Jewish refugees from Ger- invited to participate in a con-
many and Austria found refuge test for a $5,000 prize for the
U told graphically by John B. best book combatting intolerance
Powell in -My Twenty-Five in America We .peak of the
Yean in China." just published Julian Messner Award which
Macmillan One of the which comes as a contribution
INTERIM OFFICERS
ELECTED BY BJE
Louis Heiman was reelected
president of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education at a meetii
the board of
night. The election was nec<
sitated bv the reorganu I ; ?ld2 American correspondents from the Ensign Lionel Judah
the Bureau. China. Powell relates that the Tachna Memorial inundation
lbution of anti-Jewish established at Michigan univers-
memory of Ensign
gave his life in the
oral Sea The
The Miami YM YWHA is ready to launch a S200.000
campaign to erect a building to fill truly emergency needs. j Jewish councils oppose national
Organization of the drive is well on the way to culminate some i condilct"?^ ^d'3"'1, Callf- t0
15 years of planning Striving to attain its deserved place in |
the community structure for many years, those who have
undertaken to assist the Y truly demonstrate that this purpose
has been accomplished. With community recognition, par-
ticipation and acknowledged support, the future of the Miami Y
and a new building is now more than ever assured.
Temple Beth Sholom, with a S400.000 building drive; Hillel.
$35,000: Temple Israel, Beth David and Beth Jacob all have
capital fund raising efforts scheduled. The Miami Beach Y,
the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Home for the Aged
plan expansion for the coming year
Sounds like a great deal of expansion, but it is all sound.
We repeat, Greater Miami will meet the challenge
ACTION NEEDED
Despite the visit here of well-meaning, but wrong inten-
tioned representatives of the American Council for Judaism this
week, the Palestine situation is slowly coming to a head. Their
appearance here is to our way of thinking a waste of both ]
time and money. Their ranting have mad'e little impression^ S^ft7 | Kr Z^VTT.
either in the United States or on Great Britain. Israel ^ Shapoff. Leon Kaplan. One Saturday aUernoon shortly
The British appear to be building up a situation in Palestine ; veil *?% Goodman and before the attack on Pearl Haf-
which means to come about as close to declarinq war on the ;" "& ,,"P ,tUm- | ^x- w"hen the Race course was
of troops, including tanks and parachute troops have been I ments will be made shortly. I though distributed from an air-
brought into Palestine, end even two submarines were reported | "ext w'eek. Committee appoint-' Plane The leaflets contained
to be in the Palestine waters now. All of these preparations Gannes- director, reports. | anti-Jewish slogans printed both
purportedly are for any trouble that may occur in Palestine in i
connection with the expected announcement that the White
Also elects \i-.-t H a r i- is, v'^'""""-'" ami-ucvwsu esiaonsnea at ->
Simonhoffev?e pTesTdenf: K S5fc^ftS th,C irs\ in 'ty ,n 1942 in n-
Maunce Sager. -r-Shal.s history-took place Tachna who ga\
Max Meig? treasured" "ThSe ^S"0"1 'Z2n?.~.&"a2 Battle of the Cc
; will serve until the an- i SKSJ^u! i agentS eRan t0 Prize-winning work may be fic-
aal elections in April I cla^i, la,!?, n.u m be h tion or non-fiction, and mav deal
Tn -HHmn l\ ,1 Shanghai in 1941. they found all with the broad problem of into!-
S :T^JLM "E^3?i*S!!^^^ SJpecific man^
(Shanghai in 1941. they found
jthe British-owned hotels cloac
kuy on ^aSn,hrCP/ If"- t0 ,hem Tht'y- therefore, took tluon^ofTt The c ntest closes
i^l ^ i ^?ard- the ,follow-; ^P quarters at the Park hotel, a 0n March 30 1946 .
ng were elected as members at: new Chinese-owned hostelrv. 16 j Ma-^^2___
e Race ZIONISTS TO EXPAND
YOUTH ACTIVITIES
in English and Chinese .It was
Dr. Albert E.
Organigation of a Junior Ha-
dassah group in Miami, two Ma-
sada clubs and a Zionist Campus
group at the University of Miami
is being planned by the Zionist
Youth commission.
S. A. Goodman and Milton
Rosenthal was discovered that the leaflets had I Mannheimer were named chair
Kosentnal w as been thrown from the tower of man and secretary of the corn-
Paper, barring Jews from Palestine, is to be continued I S^t S'SSeV meeUne ^^ I ^r^o&^d^t been
prUofe^onaimand SffiS Uft SS? b>' ^ h'h -T^ ~
All of these soldiers and military weapons have been P
brought into Palestine to subdue the Jews. What crime have *roup Tuesday evening.
man emu son..' -- ,
mission at a meeting Saturda>
night. Two vice chairmen inwn
It w-as just Miami and Miami Beach are w
thes.Jews committed that all this force must be used agains, Also / a J J-),- .^Jhjt Jhousands ^ -^ted -i*m Jhe -
them? Their crime consists in the fact that they demand that aS?Tci.a2 President; Dr. gun to gam a foothold in the years work was given by Kabbi
the gates of Palestine be opened to the displaced Jews in the dent Geor^' TJ? V1Ce VTeS1' ShanKhai community as small | Moses Mescheloff.
German camps, to all the victims who were the chief sufferers Alvin Cassell treasure" ana lme's- r '" professional
during the war
The Harrison report, submitted to the President of the
United States after an investigation of the situation of the dis-
placed Jews in the German camps, has recommended
wilha rr.D. Singer, marshall. hack
on
A week before the at-
Pearl arbor the Nazi
parachutes and is prepared to mow down any Jew who takes
the same position as Mr. Harrison or President Tniman.
The executive committee
the commission met Tuesw
night to continue planning u
years activities.
placed Jews in the German camps, has recommended that Nor V rk "aon or "esiaent iruman. _____ ^t^M <;FT_S
these displaced Jews be permitted to enter Palestine. Dean A, M, ^T"C?n 9overnment entirely free of blame. BETH SHOLOM ajggp
Harrison incidentally, it is reported, left for his investigation in o, iT'iS A f _* ,rmer UnderSecretary of State, pointed DOUBLED MEMBERbflU-
Germany with a bias against Zionism, but. after his survey and ', dKSn i. "!? H? weeic' America from the time -rre .,, _en,ber-
study of the situation of the displaced Jews, came to the con- fiw u _*_"? has ,aicially endorsed the Baliour Decla-1 A drive to double its me^
elusion that Palestine was the only hope for these dieplaS SEy on ?____* ^d'v,avers "* We'Je- that we have no gf'fife- ^ Som JB
persons. President Truman, too. has indicated his complete I Zl i!' Ve comm,,,ed ouxselvo. time and EmanuelP Goldstrict servm* *
approval of the report and has, in fact, asked that 100.000 of ,luinB d a plfd<3e- ln Prty platiorm. Congressional, chairman of the mem*^
these displaced persons be permitted to enter Palestine I DeHamtL r!.,6^ .^endistrnem to suPPrt of the Baliour ^'"'nittee. kly
forthwith. ---- ?? *J deP.tte all this, we still hem and haw and I ..As part of the d > ^
the British Government has brought in tanks and cerned Wr5e r raPlementin9 *~ ^ words are con- i Sg $*%?%* ^^
a cerned. Write your Congressman to demand action and now! 5- "sundly at 10:30 a. m-
But now
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PftpAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1945
f*Jewisttk>ridian
PAGE SEVEN
GREATER MIAMI AMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation DECEMBER COMMITTEE
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SERVICE...
Pfc Marvin Goldman is spend-
In- a furlough from Ft. Benning,
r, with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs S. H. Goldman, 1775 S. W.
16th ave. Pfc Goldman recently
returned from Germany where
hc served as a paratrooper with
The famous 101st Airborne divi-
sion Among his decorations he
wears the Presidential Unit
citation.
Seymour L. Pf Pr- aviation
rhicf machinist's has been grad-
uated from the instruments
school at the Naval air technical
SntaSnl center Chicago, the
Navy's largest advanced aviation
school. Perper is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur L Perper. 224
E 37th St.. Miami Beach.
As a member of an air group
att ,'chod to the famous Task
rorce 58, Perper participated in
the first carrier raid on Tokyo
in February of the year. His
overseas activities include the
Lmeaven Gulf and Iwo Jima
campaigns. A graduate of Mi-
ami High school in 1937, he has
been in the Navy seven years
and plans to make it his career.
After 33 months in the South-
west Pacific. Sgt. Herman Lobel,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
Lobel. 625 W. 42nd St., was dis-
charged from the Army at Camp
Blanding Monday. During his
40 months in the service, Lobel
was awarded the Asiatic-Pacific
campaign ribbon with five stars,
tin Philippine Liberation ribbon
with one star, the Distinguished
Unit citation and the Good Con-
dud medal. Lobel has returned
to Miami.
Dave H. Goldberger, son of
Rabbi and Mrs. Akiba Gold-
berger, 1043 Euclid ave., has
been promoted to sergeant in
India. While serving at Miami
Beach, he was master of cere-
monies and producer of hospital
shows for special services. He
also directed GI shows overseas
for the Air Corps and the Red
Cross. His brother, Pfc. Arthur
Goldberger, was one of three
Miami paratroopers to enter
Tokyo after the Jap surrender.
Pfc. A. S. Lehrman of the
Fourth Marine division arrived
in the States last week after
The Army Meritorious Service
award for outstanding service on
Leyte and Okinawa was recently
awarded to a company of which
Pfc. Jacob D. Gordon, son of
Mrs. A. L. Gordon, 300 21st St.,
is a member. Pfc. Gordon served
as a clerk with the service com-
pany of the 382nd Infantry in
both the Leyte and Okinawa
campaigns. In addition to the
Meritorious Service award, he
holds the Combat Infantryman
badge and the Bronze Arrow-
head. He is the former manager
of the Viking hotel, Miami
Beach.
Lt. (jg) Sender Stolove, 3080
N. W. Second st is a member
of the Naval Air Transport ser-
i vice's Pacific wing, returning
serving 22 months in the Pacific. alljed military prisoners of war
He is spending a 30 day leave to the United States. Stolove is
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. a graduate of the University of
Max Lehrman, 801 N. W. 74th Miami where he was a member
st. Pfc. Lehrman, who has been of Iron Arrow, men's honorary
in the Marines in the Saipan, | fraternity.
Iwo Jima ond Tinian campaigns.
TO MEET AT TEA
Mrs. Gus Feuer, December
chairman of the Temple Israel
Sisterhood, will be hostess to
members of her committee at a
tea in her home, 50 Hibiscus
island, this afternoon. Plans
for December activities will be
formulated. Mrs. Rcba Engler
Epstein, president, will address
the group.
The committee consists of the
Messrs. Dan Ruskin, Max Oro-
vitz, Maury Koven, Albert Sei-
den, Lester Hart, Harold Spaet,
Henry Wolff, Clarence Feuer.
Stella Hantman, Albert Hirsch,
Henry Hirsch, Clara Hyman,
Maxwell Hyman, Manuel Joso-
loff, Albert Kahn, Samuel Karns,
Arthur Kahn, B. S. Kahn, Irving
Kobley. Harry Kozaekosf.
Jerusalem (JTA)The anti-
Jewish riots in Egypt demon-
strate the insecurity of Jews in
neighboring Arab countries and
emphasizes the necessity of al-
lowing them and Jews from Eu-
rope to emigrate to Palestine.
SMILE OF FREEDOM
Max Kanier, Box 1401, Miami
Beach, has been honorably dis-
charged at the Jacksonville
Naval separation center. He
held the rank of chief machin-
ist's mate. S'Sgt. Isadore Sako-
vilz, 337 S. W. Fourth st., was re-
leased from the Army at Camp
Bland ing las Wednesday.
Tech Sgt. Samuel H. Glasser,
son of Mrs. Ida Glasser, 8334 Jef-
ferson ave.. was discharged at
Baer Field, Ind., after eight
months in Europe as a radio
gunner. He holds the DFC. Air
Medal with three clusters and a
Presidential Unit citation.
Ensign David Goodman, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Goodman,
3619 Flamingo dr., spent a few
days' leave at home recently.
He is now stationed at Charles-
ton, S. C. He entered the Navy
28 months ago as an apprentice
seaman and later was a cadet
and a V-12 student at the Uni-
versity of North Carolina.
HADASSAH PLANS
TWO EVENTS
A report of Hadassah's projects
for the coming year will be
given by Mrs. Abraham Good-
man, president of the Miami
chapter of Hadassah, at the regu-
lar monthly meeting of the
group 2 p. m. Monday at the
Triton hotel, 2729 Collins ave.
Mrs. Goodman recently returned
fi >m Chicago where she at-
tended the national convention
ol Hadassah.
Also on the program will be
an analysis of world Zionist af-
fairs by Mrs. Max Dobrin, politi-
cal chairman. Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man, program chairman, hw ar-
ranged a dramatic presentation.
Those participating in the skit
with Mrs. Lehrman will be Mrs.
George Chertkof, Mrs. S. M. Les-
lie, Mrs. N. Douglas Raff and
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet.
On Wednesday, Hadassah will
hold a membership tea at the
home of Mrs. Lester Hart, 3301
Flamingo dr., from 3 to 9 p. m.
A musical program by Bernard
Mayerson and Irving
has been arranged.
Laibson
BB WOMEN GIVE
TEA THURSDAY
PWO GIVES LUNCH
FOR DELEGATE
A farewell luncheon was ten-
dered Mrs. Norman Jacobs Sat-
urday afternoon at Burdine's
Tea Room prior to her departure
for Cleveland to attend the 20th
annaal convention of the Pio-
neer Women's organization for
Palestine, Nov. R-12. Mrs. Jacobs
is representing the combined i
chapters of Greater Miami Pio-
neer Women.
Guests at the luncheon in-
cluded Mesdames I. Rosengar-
ten, H. Faber, C. Segal, J. Za-
barsky, W. Berson. G. Green-
berg, Scherle, R. Melenson. E.
Mink, S. Levin, M. Seithn, I.
Shapoff and S. Sorin.
Since 1925, the Pioneer Wo-
men's group has grown into a
national organization numbering
16,000 members throughout the
U S., Canada and Mexico. It
is a Labor-Zionist organization
dedicated to the building of Pal-
estine along cooperative lines.
To date, it has raised $2,000^00
for its sister organization in Pal-
estine whose major task is help-
ing refugee women and children
in Palestine. The Child Rescue
Fund and the Jewish National
Fund are also supported by the
Pioneer Women.
Staff Sgt. Sidney A. Wien, son
of Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien of 122
W. Di Lido dr., is now attending
Shrivenham American univers-
ity in England where the second
two-months term opened with
an enrollment of more than 4,000
soldier students.__________
MISS~FRANCIS TO WED
PVT. GOLDBERG
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Fran-
cis, of 1001 Seventh St., Miami
Beach, and Asheville, N. C, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Bessie Love
Francis and Pvt. Leon Goldberg.
No date has been set for tfie
wedding.
Miss Francis was graduated
from Asheville schools and com-
pleted a year's work at a Balti-
more school of nursing. Pvt.
Goldberg is from Bethlehem,
Penna., and is now stationed at
Indian Town Gap, Penna. He
served in the European theater
and received the Purple Heart
and Bronze Star medal.
She thought she'd never mlle again,
but today, after seven yean of home-
lessness, 19-year-old Lore Blank, a refu-
gee girl whose parents died during the
family's imprisonment in three Naii
concentration camps, has reason to feel
cheerful. The National Refugee Serv-
ice, which is financed by the United
Jewish Appeal, located her uncle. Dr.
Frederick Blank, in New York City,
and Lore is on her way from Europe t
join him. More good news awaits her
hereher brother, who escaped and
joined the underground, has been
located through NRS in the Nether-
lands.
Boston (JTA) The greater
Boston Jewish community wound
up in the 1945 combined Jewish
appeal campaign successfully at
a 50th anniversary campaign
Victory Dinner, exceeding its
S3.000.000 quota.
Dr Israel Goldstein receiving the honorary degree of Doctor of
Divinity from Dr. Louis Finkelstcin, president of the Jewish Theo-
u.p.a; builds new settlements
B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem
lodge are sponsoring a member-
.-hip garden-game party and tea
ill the home of Mrs. Sam Blank.
321 E. Di Lido dr. on Thursday
afternoon, Nov. 15, at 1 p. m.
Advance reservations should be
made with Mrs. Harvey Herman,
chairman of the tea, at 3-3230.
Co-chairman is Mrs. William
Levine.
Committee members include
Mrs. Alex Cohen, Mrs. Joseph
Herman, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs.
Ann Kaufman, Mrs. A. Seidler,
Mrs. Ann Bromberg, Mrs. Max
Levin, Mrs. David Zangwill, Mrs.
E. V. Seidler, Mrs. M. Bergman,
Mrs. Jean Silverman. .
A regular meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Women will be held Tues-
day afternoon at 1:15 o'clock at
the Miami Beach Y.
MISS GOODLAW PLANS
TRIP TO HOLYLAND
A return trip to Palestine is
being planned by Miss Molly
Goodlaw, who is now attending
the Pioneer Women's Organize,
tion's convention in Cleveland
as a delegate of the Miami Beach
chapter. Miss Goodbw whose
family lives in the Holy Land
expects to remain theie lor ai
least five years.
Farewell parties were given
for her recently at the homes ol
Mrs. Lena Minses and Mrs. M
Savetta by local chapters of the
Seer group. Miss Goodlaw
was presented a Golden Book
certificate by Mrs. Mintses. Jew-
fah National Fund chairman of
fe Miami Beach chapter. Mrs.
Lena Volk and Mrs. O. Fabti
presided at the two parties.
HEBREW BOOK
STORES
214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collins and
Washington Avenues
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Jewish surveyors start work on a new Keren Hayesod
aettlemcnt, on Keren Kayemeth land-one of twelve
agricultural settlements established in Palestine during
the pest year by the agencies receiving their American
.upport through the United Palestine Appeal. These set.
dements will provide homes, work and food for demobil-
ised Jewish servicemen end women MJWU.M **
Immitrsata bom KlMWUed Europe. Too United Pales-
tine Appeal, now marking its twentieth anniversary as the
central fund-raising instrument of American Jewry for the j
upbuilding of the Jewish National Home in Palestine, has
aided in the expansion of every aspect of tho economic
and cultural development of the Jewish homeland to
make possible the reconstruction of Jewish life there on <
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In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301-311 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach; Moses Meacheloff, rabbi; Or-
thodox.Services Krlduy evening at
5:18. Adult Saturday morning ser-
vice 8:30 o'clock. Kabul M.scheloff
will preach on "Bookltind." Cantor
Louis D. Fcdtr will chant the ser-
vice. Junior congregation services
for boys and girls of elementary
school age, 10 a. m. Intermediate
services for adolescents, 10 a. m. The
lllble study group will meet with S.
J. Freedman at 4 p. m. Shulos Sudos,
0:15 p in. The rabbi will speak on
the Portion of the Week. Sunday
morning. Junior classes, 10 to noon.
Dally Talmud Torah classes 4 to 7
p. m. and Sundays 9 a. m. to noon.
Bar Mitrva study class Tuesday and
Thursday, 7 p. m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON1
GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services, 5:45 o'clock.
Saturday morning services at 9.
lialiy services at S a. m. and 5:30 p.
m. Junior congregation services
Saturday at ." a. m. at Schaarel Ze-
dek Talmud Torah, 1S4E S. W. 3rd
street.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
135 N. W. Third Ave.; Max Shapiro,
rabbi} Comervative. In keeping
with the AZA Sabbath observance,
the Sigma Kho chapter will In- pre-
sented at the late services tonibt at
S:15. Jack Mades will give the op-
ening prayer and Joel Vogel will de-
liver the closing prayer, Harvey Rel-
man and Harold Welnberg will apeak
on the Importance of their program,
Marx Felnberg, AZA adviser, will
discuss "The Importance of B'nal
B'rlth." Habbl Shapiro will discuss
"Armistice or Peace?" Cantor Abra-
ham Friedman, aaalated by the lieth
David choir. will officiate. Last Fri-
day evening Mr ami Mrs. Hen Kan-
del were hosts at the social hour and
the floral decorations, were presented
by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon. Mr
nnd Mrs. Max Lehrman will don ite
the floral offering tonight in honor
of their son's return from the Pa-
cific. Purlng the services Saturday
morning nt S:3" a'clack, Sherman,
son of Mr. anil Mis M.ix S. biiitz.r.
will become bar tnitzva. Student
service. 10:30 a. m. Members who
wish to celebrate special occasions
such as birthdays. anniversaries.
homecoming of servicemen or In
memory of beloved ones, please con-
tact the office, 2-1473, or Mrs. H.
Sootln, 3-15S9.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman, rabbi;
ConservativeFriday evening ser-
vices, 5:45 o'clock. Late Friday eve-
ning service*, 8:15, dedicated to the
Royal Palm chapter, AZA Partici-
pating in the service will be Richard
Cohen. Marvin Frankel. Marvin Mass.
Ronald Levy, Warren Lleberman and
Stanley Smith. Hill Bchwarsman will
give the sermonette nnd llabbi Lehr-
man will speak on "The Challenge t.>
Youth Cantor Emanuel B.nk.m
will chant the service, assisted by
the Center choir. Rabbi Lehrman
will preach on the Weekly Portion of
the Law at Saturday morning ser-
vices which begin at '.' O'clock. Jun-
ior congregation services. Saturday.
l" a m. Saturday evening. Mlncha
at :, IS o'clock, followed by Bhalos
Sudos and Muarlv. AZA-BBQ-Bar
Mltzvah breakfast Sunday : a. m
Quest apeaker will be Shepard Broad.
Hebrew school and Sunday school
now in session. Senior youth council
Saturday at s p. m.. for grades
10, n and 12 Information about
youth activities may be secured bj
calling the Center office.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase
Ave., at 41st St., Miami Beach; Leon
Kronish, rabbi; Samuel Kelemer, can-
tor; LiberalFriday evening service
at 8:15. Flamingo chapter, AZA, win
participate. Rabbi Kronish will con-
duct the service, assisted by Robert
Townseiid and Sid Mortis. Sam
Greenfeder, Sam I>erner and Fred
Silverman will present a symposium,
George Pert man, president of the Ml-
Miami lieach lodge of B'nal B'rlth
will deliver greetings. Mrs. Leon KU
and Mrs. Irving Ruthman will be
hostesses at the social hour following
the services. During the Sabbath ser-
vice. 10:45 Saturday, Bernard, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friedman,
will become bar mltzvah. A kld-
dush will folloy the service. Cantor
Kelemer will render the musical por-
tions at all services.
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 N. E. 19th
St.: Saul Appelbaum, rabbi; Reform
Friday evening services nt 8:18. Rab-
bi Appelbaum will speak on "Twi-
light of Armistice Pay." Han,Id
Turk, president of Sholem Dodge,
will speak briefly In observance of
B'nal B'rlth Sabbath. A reception
given by the Sisterhood In Kaplan
hall will follow the service. Mrs.
Harry Boyell will be In charge, as-
sisted by the Mesdames Edward
Golden, Ix>uls Altmayer and Douls
Boyell. Mrs. George Adler will light
the candlee at the service.
Beautiful Miami
Medical Center
Facilities for treatments of acute
medical, and convalescent cases
Especially equipped for care of
nervous and mental disorders,
drug and alcoholic habits. Psy-
chotherapy, Hydrotherapy and
Electric-Shock therapy scientific-
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P. L. DODGE. M. D.
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Phones, 2-02439-1042
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NO INCIDENTS IN
ARAB STRIKE
Jerusalem, (JTA) The Arab
general strike in Palestine, called
to protest admission of Jews into
the country, passed quietly. No in-
cidents were reported from any
part of the country.
The executive committee of the
Jewish Agency met here, mean-
while, to discuss the situation re-
sulting from the violence that
took place last week.
From the scope of the attacks,
it is believed here that nt least
500 persons were involved. In-
formed quarters, however, do not
think that this is the beginning of
full-scale warfare against the
British, but, rather, a warning of
what can be expected if the Gov-
ernment's long-awaited decision on
Palestine is unsatisfactory.
Official statements by the po-
lice and military authorities at-
tribute the violence to "Jewish sa-
boteurs," but an army spokesman
said that the identity of the groups
was still unknown.
The official communique does
not specify the extent of the dam-
age done, or the names of those
killed. However, it is known that
one of the three attackers who
were mortally wounded was Isaac
Weighmann, a weaver from Tel
Aviv, whose body was found after
the terrorists retreated from the
Lydda junction, where the great-
est damage was done to the rail
lines.
oPlice, using dogs, followed the
trail of some of the alleged at-
tackers to the colony of Kamath
Hakovosh, but were prevented
from entering the settlement by
a hurriedly assembled crowd of
settlers from nearby colonies, es-
timated at 1,000 persons. After an
hour the police withdrew without
any clashes.
BROTHERS OPEN
SELTZER PLANT
The South's first seltzer water
plant was opened yesterday at
532 N. W. Fourth ave., by Harry
Burak of 960 Jefferson ave.. and
his brother Isidore.
Product of the Burak Bottling
Co. will be known as "Good
Health Seltzer." Made in a ma-
chine imported from London, it
is filtered through charcoal, sand
and specially treated paper for
purity.
Both owners were recently
discharged from the Arm y.
Harry Troy, who lias had 44
years experience in the business,
is plant manager.
TO OPEN HOTEL
Bernard Rakoff and A. Hay-
man, Atlantic City hotelmen
have leased the London Arms
hotel, 727 Collins ave., and
Will open it Nov. 16. A strictly
kosher dining room will be
maintained. Reservations may
be made by calling 5-1264.
AZA TO CONDUCT
EVENING SERVICES
Local chapters of AZA will ob-
serve International Junior B'nai
B'rith Sabbath tonight at sev-
eral Greater Miami synagogues.
Royal Palm chapter will par-
ticipate in services at the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter. At Temple Beth Sholom.
George Bertman, president of
the Miami Beach B"nai B'rith
lodge, will give greetings and
the Flamingo chapter of AZA
will assist in the services.
In Miami, Sigma Rho members
will conduct services at Beth
David and Marx Feinberg of
Sholom lodge will speak. Har-
old Turk, president of Sholem
lodge, will be the speaker at
Temple Israel services which
will be conducted by the Miami
AZA.
Recently organized, the Fla-
mingo chapter is headed by Rob-
ert Newman, president. Other
officers are Fred Silverman. vice
president; Leonard Feldman,
treasurer; Ronald Sherman, sec-
retary: Jerome Sheftell, Shotar
Koton; Michael Jurmain, Shotor
Godol; Robert Townsend. Sho-
far; Roy Miller, champlain.
Sandy Ziff and Martin Genet
are B'nai B"rith advisors for the
group and Rabbi Leon Kronish
is spiritual advisor.
The enemy's ears
Are opened wide
So military secrets
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PAGE NINE
Zionism and The Council
The Ihird in a series of ar-
tides on Zionism and the
American Council of Judaism
is concerned with the question
of religion and Jewish nation-
alism. Dr. Carl N. Herman,
rabbi of Temple Israel in West
Palm Beach, debates the issue
for the Council and Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman takes the Zion-
ists' side.
JUDAISM OR JEWISH
NATIONALISM
By Dr. Carl N. Herman
Many citizens of the United
States of Jewish faith never felt
the need heretofore to explain
publicly their religion, nation-
ality or race. However, there has
risen a movement in Israel which
has caused much confusion in
the matter of the identity of the
jew. It has created a state of
amnesia among many. They
know they are Jews but do not
know why. That is because this
movement has thrown out of the
window all scientific learning
and refers to Jews indiscrimi-
nately in terms of nation or race
or both. They have taken to the
radio, the press and the platform
to explain to Jews and non-
Jews that we have been mis-
taken even as have the anthro-
pologists, the political scientists
and the sociologists and that we
are, according to the findings and
ratiocination of political Zion-
ists, Jews by race, Jews by na-
tionality, Jews by culture and
incidentally, also Jews by re-
ligion.
Now, it is apparent that any
group claiming itself to be a na-
tion, must perforce have a na-
tion. So, they claim modern Pal-
estine as a Jewish nation. An-
cient Hebrew tribes, by displac-
ing eight nations, settled in Ca-
naan and later, over the protest
of Samuel, organized a kingdom.
The Hebrew Prophets devoted
themselves to denouncing the po-
litical corruption and social in-
justices of that nation. Other
than those Prophets, there is lit-
tle of that national period of
which we can be proud. David
rounded out the nation by bloody
conquest. Solomon expanded
his empire by political intrigue
and so exploited the people that
upon his death, the nation be-
came divided. In 722 B. C. E.,
the ten tribes of the northern
kingdom of Israel disappeared.
In 536 B. C. E.. when those out-
side Palestine were permitted to
return to Judea, it was no easy
matter to persuade enough to re-
turn to reestablish the nation.
It has been said that the He-
brew Prophets set the theme of
Jewish history. They challenged
Israel to leadership in a faith in
Uod and His moral law. Their
emphasis was on religion. The
nation finally came to an end in
the year 70. Johanan ben Zak-
kai fled from Palestine and thus
preserved what was worth pre-
servingJudaism.
Today, ever so many American
citizens of the faith of Judaism
are unable to work themselves
into a state of emotional ecstasy
for a "Jewish nation," the claims
for which are based on that an-
cient experimental failure. They
also recall that the 'Golden Age
of Jewish Thought and Litera-
ture" took place in Spain under
Mohammedan rule and not in
Palestine. They are cognizant
of our blessings and development
here in America.
There is no quarrel with those
who feel differently. There have
been those who have had no in-
terest in Judaism and who have
felt the need for nationalism or
racialism to explain their "Jew-
ishness." Herzl leads a list of
prominent names among them.
Others who accept Judaism see
a hope in nationalism. The real
point at issue is that political
Zionists have a way of speaking
for all Jews. They constantly
refer to Jews outside of Pales-
tine as being in exilein galuth.
They include all of us when they
speak of Jewish race or nation
and the desire for a nation in
Palestine. They imply that only
those interested in political Zion-
ism are interested in the problem
of the Jewish refugee. Pales-
tine as one haven of refuge is
desired by all Jews.
By Religion Alone
That is why many American
citizens of the Jewish faith feel
it necessary to explain their point
of view. As citizens of the United
States, they want it known that
they are not in exile, that the
Star Spangled Banner and not
Hatikvah is the only national
anthem for which they rise. They
want it known that they recog-
nize only the Stars and Stripes
and not the so-called Jewish flag
as their national symbol. They
are Jews by religion alone and
they maintain that what is need-
ed in this world is a courageous
fight by all religious groups for
those principles of democracy
which alone will eliminate big-
otry and racial and religious per-
secution in the world. Their re.
liance is on the power of religion
and the contribution which Ju-
daism can make rather than on
Jewish nationalism.
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RELIGION OR
NATIONALISM
By Rabbi Irving Lehrman
I am reminded of one of Hit-
lers greatest successes, his
propaganda theory and the prin-
ciple that if you tell the people
a lie often enough, and if the lie
is big enough, they will come to
believe it ultimately.
The Jewish people is 4,000
years old. Never until the 19th
century did the question of re-
ligion or nation arise in Jewish
tradition, for not until that time
was the necessity seen of pro-
claiming the Jew a member
merely of a religious bodv. It
arse then for the Treaty of
Westphalia proclaimed equality
and the right of religious free-
dom, and since cultural plural-
!sm was still an undiscovered
ideal it was possible to include
the Jews only on the basis of
their being a religious commun-
ity. They could not be a sepa-
rate national group. Therefore,
in the minds of some of their
leaders, Judaism had to give up
its nationalism And they began
to proclaim that Judaism is a
religion. And they repeated and
repeated this gross misstatement
until they believed it themselves.
They taught it to their children.
And a new and unheard of the-
ory arose in Jewish life. Juda-
ism is a religion!
The members of the American
Council For Judaism are the di-
rect descendants of those 19th
century propagandists. They
believe that Judaisim is a re-
ligion. Why? Because they
have been hearing it for two
centuries and they like the idea,
because they themselves have
strayed from Jewish tradition,
because they have cut them-
selves off from the spirit of the
Jewish masses, because they are
ignorant of, or choose to ignore
the implications of Jewish festi-
vals and traditions, because they
do not know, or do not wish to
know, what Judaism has always
meant to the Jew,and last, but
perhaps most important of all,
because their stand is the easiest
and most painless for them to
take, and the simplest for the
uneducated, uninformed gentile
to understand.
Judaism and nationalism,
Judaism and Zionism are one
and the same thing. They are
inseparable,as inseparable as
the right foot and the left foot,
the melody and the lute, the bud
and the branch. No Jew who
calls himself religious can fail
to be a Zionist.
Religion is the private rela-
tionship between an individual
and his God. Judaism is religion
PLUS. Judaisim is the sum
total of the product of the Jew-
ish soul. It is the essence of
Jewish tradition. It is the civil-
ization of the Jew. It is his cul-
ture, literature, philosophy, eth-
ics, belief and morality, his cus-
toms, mores and folk waysthe
entire weltanschaung of the
Jewish people.
Judaisim depends for life on
a Jewish people. It is not called
by the name of Abraham its
founder, or Moses its greatest
prophet. It is called Judaism, to
show itself as the product of an
entire people,Judaism the civ-
ilization of the Jewish people.
The very use of the Hebrew
language in the synagogues of
the world proclaims the exist-
ence of the Jewish people and
the detemination of the Jew
never to relinquish that ancient
tie with his brothers. His failure
to ignore Hebrew throughout the
centuries of his dispersion, is
one of the greatest expressions
of the Jew's belief in his nation-
alism.
Historically and traditionally,
Judaism belongs to Palestine.
The three major Jewish festi-
vals are reflections of meteoro-
logical conditions in Palestine.
Passover is the spring festival of
Palestine, Shavuoth its wheat
harvest festival, and Succoth
celebrates the joy of the final
harvestin Palestine. The Suc-
cah is the Palestinian harvest
booth, the palm branch and the
citron are reminiscent of Pales-
tinian growth. Our prayers for
rain and for dew are prayers not
for Miami Beach, or Chicago or
New York, but for Palestine.
Tisha B'av, and every one of the
minor fasts have one function,
to recall the tragic destruction
of the Jewish state in Palestine,
just as Chanukah is the expres-
sion of our undyina rejoicing at
having reclaimed Palestine and
its Judaism for ourselves over
2,000 years ago.
When we cover our heards in
prayer, as Jewish tradition de-
mands, we do so, not in keeping
with the standards of the Occi-
dent, but with those of Palestine,
when we wear the tallith, we
wear a garment of Palestine,
when we stand in the syna-
gogue and face the ark in which
the Torah rests, we bow toward
the east, toward Jerusalem, and
we cannot recite the prayers that
have been sacred to the Jew for
centuries without praying for
the rebuilding of Palestine and
the return of the scatterd rem-
nant of Israel.
When we circumcize our chil-
dren we initiate them into our
peoplehood, and when we see
them become Bar Mitzvah we
hear them confirm of their own
free will, that dedication.
When we follow the dietary
laws, we are observing one more
of the many injunctions that
cause us to separate ourselves.
(Continued on Page 11)
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With Our Film Folk -
Jack Bonny, who has boon
devoting almost all of his spare
time to overseas entertainment
jaunts during the past throe
years, has placed his own pro-
duction company. Jack Bonny
Productions, into active work
once again and will go into work
on his first independent picture
for United Artists release as
soon as ho decides on a story.
Jack tolls me that he has com-
mitments at other major studios
which will not bo completed for
two years, but which do not fill
all of the time he will have
available now that ho is on a
peace-time schedule. A staff, ho
says, Will probably be organized
to function in the pro-pivpara-
tion departments shortly. By
the way. Jack's house doorbell
used to chime "J-E-L-L-O." Now
a visitor to the Benny manse
pushes the button to hoar the
sing-song auctioneers voice In-
tone "Sooooold to Americannn!"
free lance field like Paul Muni,
Jack Benny and Edward G.
Robinson.
An authentic history of the
United States Naval Academy at
Annapolis has been placed on
the production schedule of a
Jewish producer, Lou Edelman,
at Paramount, and if the ex-
pected approval of interested
parties involved is given this
week, the film will go into work
as the most elaborate and com-
plete story on the sailor college
vet filmed. Edelman, while
under contract to Warner Bros.
a few years ago, made fourteen
pictures with Navy backgrounds,
including several which brought
the company new stars.
John Garfield. whoso contract
with Warner Bros, runs out in
February, confides that he is
completely cold to studio moves
to get him to re-sign. The
Warner boys showed him the
script of "Humoresque" as ;>
starring vehicle for him, bul
John has turned it down. Any-
way, he's gone ahead to sign an
RKO contracl under the terms
of which he will star in one pic-
ture a year for tin n< xl
years. .' currently
on loan-out to MGM and
ing witii Lana Turner in "The
Postman Always Rir ".
sa\ lie is eagi r t get inl
Producer Georgic Jcssol re-
turned to his desk at 20th Cen-
tury-Fox this week from Wash-
ington, where ho acted as toast-
master at the President's annual
dinner for press photographers,
ie tells me that he's talk-
ing with Sol Hurok, the famous
artist's manager, on 20th Fox
doing a biographical picture of
Sol's life. Proviso is that Hurok
deliver his stable of stars such
as Marian Anderson. Cossack
Chorus, and other concert favor-
ites for the film. It also includes
the Ballet Theatre. If Gcorgie
can land this contract it'll be
another feather in his already
overcrowded cap!
The "Life of Al Jolson", which
has been in preparation at Co-
lumbia for the past year, faces
the cameras this week with
NOV. 21,1945
AH IMPORTAMT DATE FOR
wousahds of ARMY VETERANS
HOW IN CIVILIAN LIFE
B
etween r.ow and X vember 21,
the.. .. :" Army vetei ana will
reenl si in IJi Ie San new l lu -
teer peacetime Army, liecnuse
men who have been discharged 1*-
tween May 12 and November l of
t: year and reei fore
.V veml or l'1 will be able to return
to the Army with the $ai i grade as
they held when discharged.
Men with c;x months of satisfac-
t >" service d I as privati -
will, on reenlisti u nt bef re N vem-
ber 21. be given the grade of private
first class.
Men r.ow in the Armv who apply
for discharge after NOVEMBER 1
for the purpose of the
Regular Army will ireta their
present grades, if they enlist thin
20 days after discharge and before
FEBRUARY 1, 1946.
"IEST JOI IN THE WORLD"
These special privilege an | ical
of the new law recently passed by
Congress. Few opportunities t a
lifetime career offer as man] attrac-
tive advantages.
Can you think of any other .
that would give you good pay, your
food, clothing, quarters, free med-
ical and dental care, world-wide
travel. 30 days'furlough every year,
education and training in any of
nearly 200 skills or trades, <
enable you to retire with a life in-
eome anytime after CO in a >>'?, rvieet
There isn't any! That's why a
Job in the Regular Army has 1 een
called "The Best Job in the World.''
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW
ENLISTMENT PROGRAM
1. Enlistment! for J'i, 2 or 3
Mart, t 1-year enlistment! permitted
for men with 6 montht' service.)
2. Men reenliiting retain their
present grades, if they reenlist with-
in 20 days after discharge and before
Fab, 1, 1946. The same applies to
men discharged between May 12 and
Nov. 1, 1945, who reenlist before
Nov. 21, 1945.
3. An increase in the reenlistment
bonus to $50 for each year of active
service since the bonus was last paid,
Of since last entry into service.
4. 20r extra pay when overseas.
5. Paid furlough, up to 90 days,
depending on length of service, with
furlough travel paid to home and
r.-turn, for men now in the Army
who enlist.
6. Mustering-out pay (based
upon length of service) to all men
who are discharged to reenlist.
7. Option to retire at half pay for
the rest of your life after 20 years'
service or three-quarters pay after
30 years. 1 Retirement income in
grade of Master or First Sergeant up
to $155.25 per month for life.) All
previous active federal military ser-
vice counts toward retirement.
S. Benefits of GI Bill of Rights.
9. Family allowances for the
term of enlistment for dependents of
men who enlist or reenlist before
July 1, 1946.
10. Choice of branch of service and
overseas theater in Air, Ground or
Service Forces on 3-year enlistments.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER
PAY PER MONTH-
ENLISTED MEN
Is Udiboit Is Foe*. Lfttti-f,
CMbu i*t Meekil Cart
*
(a)-Plus 20* Increase for
Service Overseas. ( b ) Plus
50 % U Member of Flying
Crews, Parachutist, etc. (c)
Plus S% Increase in Pay for
Each 3 Year* of Service.
Starting
Soie fey
Per
Master Sergeant *"fk
or First Sergeant M "S.oO
Technical Sergeant 114.00
Staff Sergeant 96.00
Sergeant .... 78.00
Corporal .... 66.00
Private First Class 54.00
Private .... 50.00
MONTHLY
RETIREMENT
INCOME AFTER:
20 Yeart' 30 Teori'
Service Service
1*9.70
74.10
62.40
50.70
42.90
35.10
32.50
1155.25
128.25
108.00
87.75
74.25
60.75
56.25
SEE THE JOB THROUGH
U. S. ARMY
BE A
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INDEPENDENCE DAY GIFT TO CZECHOSLOVAK JEWRY
The Cieehoslovak Contul General In New York Takes Over the Firtt Torahs and Other Religious Artlcltt
From Vaad Hatzala Rehabilitation. French and Belgian Embassies Also Trantmit Religious AritelM
From Vaad Hatzala to the Jews of Their Countries, r ------
The above picture represents a
ceremony In the Czechoslovak
Consulate In New York. leaders
Of Vaad Hatzala Rehabilitation
present the first of a shipment of
Sefer Torahs and other religious
iftrtlcles donated to Czechoslovak
.Jewry from American Jews on
the first free National Holiday of
'Czechoslovakia. From left to
right: Rabbi Sbabse Frankel of
the Vaad Hatzala. Dr. Z. H.
Wachsraan. Director of Jewish In-
I formation. Consul General Karel
Hudec And Mr. Stephen Klein.
President of Barton'a Bonbon
nlere Inc., outstanding member of
the Executive Board of the Vaad
Hatzala Rehabilitation.
In the same week the "Vaad
HatzalaRehabilitation trans-
mitted full equipment for the re-
stored Jewish Community of St
Avoid, Moselle, France through
the courtesy of the French Am-
bassador In Washington, Mr.
Henri Bonnet.
The Belgian Ambassador, Baron
Robert de Silvercruis. hat grid-
ously agreed to transmit fear
Sefer Torabs and a set o( TlV
mud donated by the Vaad Rats-
ala Rehabilitation to Belgtu
Jewry. All three shipments m
on their way to Europe.
The Vaad Hatzala RehabUlt*
tion Headquarters at 132 Kami
Street, New York City, appeal* t*
American Jewry and all men at
good will to lend them a hands
their great task of rehabillUtlnj
the remnants of Israel Id EuroH
Larry Parks playing the famed
mammy singer. The film will
have one of the longest shooting
schedules of any picture made at
the studio, and is being produced
by that popular columnist, Sid-
ney Skolsky.
JUNIOR HADASSAH
TO AWARD PRIZES
Anyone who thinks he is over-
worked can take heart by delv-
ing into the early working days
of Fanny Brice, star of the
"Baby Snooks Show", heard
Sunday nights over CBS. Over
a plate of cold borscht. Fanny
told me that after she finished
school she got a job in a stere-
opticon parlor in Manhattan,
where twenty times a day, she
sang the illustrated song shown
on the screen: and in her spare
time worked as ticket seller,
cashier and pianist. She toiled
from 11 a. m. to 11 p. m. for eight
dollars a week! (Today she's
collecting more than five thou-
sand dollars every week for that
half-hour radio show of her!)
Dinah Shore, who sang "Two
Silhouettes" in Walt Disney's
new and yet unreleased film,
"Make Mint- Music", revealed to
me that she has been signed for
a top role in the Sinclair Lewis
story, "Dongo," also to be made
by Disney. Dinah has been
handed a triple assignment in
the Lewis opus, which is to be
treated in a musical vein. She
not only will appear before the
camera but. in addition, will nar-
rate the plot and sing several
numbers.
The three Junior Hadassah
members who have brought in
the most new members will be
awarded prizes by Mrs. Alex
Van Straaten, senior sponsor, at
a meeting of the group 8 p. m.
Thursday at the Miami Beach Y.
Plans for the first fund raising
affair, to be held in December
will be discussed.
Charlotte Abrams has been
appointed chairman of the Sun-
day brunches which will be held
monthly by Junior Hadassah,
beginning Dec. 2, to accommo-
date University of Miami girls
who are unable to attend week-
day meetings. Evelyn Shorofsky
is co-chairman. The appoint-
ments were made at a board
meeting last week at the home
of Hilda Schwartz. Rabbi Ar-
thur J. Lelyveld, director of the
Committee on Unity for Pales-
tine, was guest speaker.
Natalie Sandra Frankel and
Gene Bushell, president and
vice president, will leave next
week to attend the Junior Ha-
dassah convention in New York,
Nov. 22-24. The Youth commis-
sion of the Zionist organization
is contributing to the expense of
the delegates.
IWB TO HONOR
SERVICE WORKERS
There is realism in Holly-
wood's night clubs, if not in its
film studios. Maxie Rosenbloom
is singing a pathetic ditty, "If
I Only Had A Brain." at his
"Slapsy Maxies' cabaret.
Producer Felix Jackson
phoned to tell me that his wife,
Deanna Durbin, will complete
her picture. "Because Of Him."
at Universal within the next
two weeks and will retire from
pictures until March. Felix,
who is a brilliant young Jew-
ish boy. has produced all of
Deanna's pictures for Universal
the past three years, and is
preparing t w o properties for
her next assignment.
Certificates of merit from the
National Welfare board will be
awarded to all volunteers from
Ft. Pierce to Key West who
have rendered 100 or more hours
of service to members of the
armed forces, Leon Schulman,
JWB representative for this
area, announces. The ceremony
will be held in Miami in the near
future and yolunteers from
South Florida will be present.
Chairmen of the various ser-
vice organizations under the
auspices of the Greater Miami
Army and Navy committee have
been asked to send the names
and addresses of those eligible
for the awards to the JWB
office, 1567 S. W. Fifth St., by
5 p. m. this afternoon.
CHASE
BEACH
FEDERAL AIDS
HOMEOWNEBS
Only one foreclosure in l
eleven-vear history is the recall
of the Chase Federal Savings*
Loan association, which has mat
over S 14.000.000 worth of mod-
gage loans in that time.
The association, located at 1111
Lincoln rd.. offers constructm
and conservative service toMM
owners, says its president. U-
Clements. Founded in 1934 win
little more than S1O.OO0 in*
Sources, the association has grew
to the point where its resource
were $10,694,140.63. as of J
30. Resources increased m
$2,000,000 during the fiscal ?w
June. 1944, to June, 19.
The association is a member*
the Federal Home UfJB
svstem. Each account jiM
up to $5,000 by the F^^Zl
ings and Loan Insurance corpw |
tion.
BPW TO HEM"!*
CONVENTION NEWS
The Business & Prggj
Women's division oJJ"* I
is calling a special mf^j
Monday, 8:15 P-"^*?^
Y, to welcome back MBs'?
Cooper, president, who J
turned from the Nation^
dassah convention in, u
Miss Cooper will ,*
plete report or. the
to which she was a delega
Another highlight ot
meeting will ^ anad*J
Mrs. Abraham Goodman,^
dent of Senior Hadassan-.j
tainment and refreshmtfj,, |
follow. The meeting *
all membersjndjheirjr
REVIEWS, RUWJggf I
TO START AT W*
Claude Bowers JVedW
Jefferson." will be re crr?
Edward Cla^-o Jetlbe*g
of Miami l.^-iiltv at jw
V Monday *>**&'dj*\
is the firsl '1 v is span's
reviews that the Y ^
as part of its ^"ffipiU**
On. Tuesday *)&&+
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flDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1945
fJewisfi fkrUton
jonism and the Council
(Continued from Page 9)
Inr we are, in the words of the
Rihle "a kingdom of priests and
hholv nation", when we observe
th sabbath, it is a reminder of
Che fime when Israel left Egyp-
fan bondage, and when we joy-
*,,c v celebrate Passover, we
fnlebrate a peoples liberation
End the beginning of its nation-
i When we rea'd the Bible, we
Lead Judaism, for it is the story
tf the Jewish people, inextrica-
bly intertwined with the story
of the Jewish faith. Every page,
pverv line, every word breathes
the unbreakable bond between
Judaism and the nationhood of
the Jew. The total Zionist pro-
tram is but the affirmation and
She fulfillment of prophetic
Judaism, the messianic hope of
Che restoration of the people of
Israel to the land of Israel.
There is a striking similarity
Between the position taken by
khe members of the Council for
Judaism and the position taken
by Paul, the founder of Chris-
tianity. And if these Council
members were as consistent as
Paul, simple logic would have
caused them, too, to secede as a
group from the Jewish people,
which they deny, and the Jew-
ish faith which they misinter-
When we examine the ideal-
Uy of the American Council for
Judaism, we are amazed that its
members can entertain notions
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of religion so foreign to the
ldealogy and tradition of Juda.
ism. It would require the ser-
vices of a noted psychiatrist to
study their minds, to learn the
reason for an inferiority com-
plex which gives them that con-
stant dread of being themselves,
to find the cause of their self
hate, their self denial. They
want to break away from the
Jewish people. As far as we are
cerned, we can and would gladly
let them go. But the world will
not let them break away. "Al
Korchoch ato chai." That is the
greatest tragedy both for them
and for us.
PAGE ELEVEN
Legion Commander Pays
Last Tribute to Jewish
War Hero
LT. PETER LEHMAN was the
eldest son of Herbert Lehman,
former Governor of New York and
now head of UNRRA. An ex-football
star, young Lehman Joined up with
the Royal Canadian Air Force, then
transferred to the American Air
Force. He had fifty-seven missions
as a pilot to his credit when he
crashed. He won the Air Medal,
three Oak Leaf clusters, and the
Distinguished Flying Cross. He
rests now, under the Star of David,
somewhere In England.
Edward N. Scheiberllng, National
Commander of the American Le-
gion, while on a tour of Inspection
of American military cemeteries In
England, offered his personal trib-
ute to this gallant airman who bad
died in the servloe of our country.
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THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Readers
of this paper are invited to
send any questions they may
have on Jewish religion, cus-
toms, traditions, etc., to Rabbi
Fox, who will answer them
promptly. He may be address-
ed care of this paper, or the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
106 East 41st St., New York
17, N. Y.)
Question: What is the deriva-
tion of the term "synagogue?"
Answer: The word "syna-
gogue" comes directly from a
Greek word meaning "assem-
bly." The Greeks apparently
took it from the Hebrew term
"Beth Haknesses" meaning "the
House of Assembly.'
Question: What is the origin
of the synagogue as an institu-
tion?
Answer: The synagogue, as a
prime institution in Jewish life is
believed to have developed soon
after the destruction of the Tem-
ple in 586 B.C., and in the Dia-
spora. Even during the exist-
ence of the Temple there were
individual "honor of worship."
Before the destruction of the
Temple there were prayer gath-
erings and out of these gather-
ings, especially after the Temple
was destroyed, there grew the
more definitely institutionalized
synagogues.
Scientifically speaking, both
the exact place and time of the
origin of the synagogue as a
regular institution are obscure
phenomena. The long-establish-
ed traditional attitude which
maintains that the synagogue, its
structure and its functions, are a
model of the Temple of Old
would tend to indicate that dur-
ing the existence of the Temple,
the synagogues that may be said
to have existed at that time were
a reflection of the Temple while
the synagogues after the destruc-
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The pioneers in the Jewish National
Home, with the financial assistance of
American Jewry channeled through
the United Palestine Appeal, are striv.
ing to reclaim arid land to make room
for large numbers of additional immi-
grants. U.P.A. funds have aided in the
construction' of irrigation projects,
assisted Water companies engaged in
finding and exploiting new water re-
sources, helped to hring approximate*
ly 100,000 acres of land under irriga-
tion in Palestine. The irrigahle area is
considered to exceed 1,500,000 acres.
Its reclamation would open vast areas
to colonization, and make possible the*
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tion of the Temple constitute a
continuity of Temple activity.
Question: Is it proper for a
Hebrew school to be held in the
synagogue building?
Answer: The function of teach-
ing was considered a prime mat-
ter of synagogue activity. The
Talmud affirms that each of Je-
rusalem's four hundred and eighty
synagogues had a Beth Sefer (a
school house) and a Beth Talmud
(probably for higher learning).
(Yerushalmi: Megillah). The
Talmud mentions frequently the
synagogue and the house of study
and often as in one building. The
underlying principle is quite evi-
dent. Jews traditionally regarded
education as a religious matter,
particularly Jewish education.
Although the early part of this
century has displayed a trend
towards considering Hebrew edu-
cation a secular matter, never-
theless in most recent years, more
and more Hebrew schools arc be-
ing set up in synagigues. The
situation is usually adjusted in
accordance with the status of the
community.
Question: Why is instrumen-
tal music prohibited during the
service in the Orthodox Syna-
gogue? .
Answer: For one thing it is
forbidden to play a musical in-
strument on the Sabbath or on
a holiday at any place or occasion.
Secondly, especially when in the
synagogue, which is our model
of the Temple of Jerusalem, we
are mournful over the destruc-
tion of our Temple and conse-
quently refrain from having mu-
sic at the services from a musical
instrument. One should not con-
sider the subject, however, with-
out keeping in mind yet another
aspect of the matter. The syna-
gogue is the place where the in-
dividual can feel closest to God.
It is a Jewish ideal that no man
needs an intermediary before
his creator. The spiritual music
which comes from the human
soul in the most direct fashion,
(i.e. singing), is symbolic of di-
rect contact. The playing of
musical instruments in the serv-
ice might tend to indicate the use
of indirect means of communion,
relatively speaking.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER
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'edqe en
-C? We, who faced the sacrifice and sufferings of war, now head into Peace with the same high courage. Nve nave only to
think of our martyred dead and their bereaved, we have only to be reminded of the single-hearted purpose for
which these heroes bled. Victory has but deepened our responsibilities. Out of this memory of wars
anguish and in a renewed declaration of our faith and pride in the World Peace for which all America
fought, emerges our Pledge for this Armistice Day of 1945.
We pledge to Peace and to its principles, the same fervent devotion which fired our war aims.
We pledge continued dedication to our democracy and its preservation in Peace as in
War ... no matter how great the struggle.
We pledge an unwavering vigilance against any possible forces of aggres-
sion and oppression, both at home and abroad.
We pledge to Peace a fulfillment of the promises made in war ... a
safe, sound America where man can live in dignity ... free
from fear and want.
We pledge to work and build as we never worked and
built before, that Civilization may rise to new
heights of glory.
We pledge to invest in permanent
World Peace by buying Victory
Bonds ... regularly, gladly.
BELFORD PRODUCE AND
TRUCKING CO.
N. W. 23rd Street and 13th Avenue
GEORGE I. BERTMAN. REAL ESTATE
420 Lincoln Road
MRS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY
3190 Pine Tree Drive
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
16S1 Alton Road
GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS
Wholesale Liquors
309 N. W. 9th Avenue
MARGARET NEWMAN & NEWMAN
& WINTER MFG. CO
Women's Apparel
VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
1425 20th Street j
EAST COAST FISHERIES INC.
360 West Flagler Street
RAINBOW GARDENS FLORIST
840 N. E. 79ih Street
RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT
929 Lincoln Road
SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL
425 Ocean Drive
SOUTH SEAS HOTEL
1751 Collins Avenue
STEVENS MARKETS
2001 N. W. 62nd St.
FRANK STRAW ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTORS
1236 M. E. 2nd Avenue
SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
44 N. E. 1st Avenue
Th
MORRIS BROTHERS
DEPARTMENT STORE
1261 Washington Avenue
CAMPBELL HOMES
233 N. W. 29th Street
DR. C. H. EDMUNDS
7501 Biscayne Boulevard
ENFTELD CAMERA SHOP
409 Lincoln Road
GORDON'S WOMEN'S
APPAREL SHOP
DuPoni Building
SILVER FLEET CABS
200 Coral Way
SIESTA APARTMENTS
1110 Euclid Avenue
BLDtl
is Message Made Possible T/iW{
JACKIE'S FINE FOODS RESTAURANT BAU^
134 23rd Street
LIFE BAR & PACKAGE STORE
463 Collins Avenue ,
PAN AMERICAN METAL PRODUCTS BU%j
CO.. INC.
252 N. W. 29lh Street
EASTVIEW CONVALESCENT HOME
1216 S. W. 2nd Avenue
A. SACH'S REAL ESTATE
American Bank Bldg.
SOUTH FLORIDA PRODUCE
1260 N. W. 22nd Street
VICTOR'S DRUM
3622 Coral Way


)AY. NOVEMBER 9. 1945
+Jewlstncrldian
PAGE THIRTEEN
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VICTORY LOAN
I THE LAST TIME, U\WcBlffMBllNIIS!


foil, It's over.;;
[ We came through the greatest danger in our
lory, to our greatest victory.
I The price of that victoryin blood and in money
nras high.
[ We can thank God that the price in blood is paid
l full. There will be no more deaths in battle, no
are new casualties.
But the price in money is still not quite paid!
Your money is still needed by the men who
slped to pay in blood. Hospitalization (or the
wounded, the disabled. Artificial limbs for the men
who have given their real ones. And help for the
wives and orphans of the men who gave everything.
Your money Is still needed for the education
and training of our veteransto help them find a
real place in the America they saved for all of us.
Just as the money you lent (at interest) in the
seven American War Loans helped pave the way
for victory, the money you lend now in the Victory
Loan will help secure the fruits of that victory.
Not only for our veterans and casualtiesbut
for you. For these Bonds are still the world's safest
nvestment. They are still the way to insure your-
self the security and peace of mind that come from
safe, substantial savings!
This is the last time you will be asked to buy
extra bonds!* It's a great opportunity to help your-
self while saying "Thanks!" in a very important
way to the men who made our victory possible!
?Following the Victory loon, the tola of E, F,
and O U. S. Savings Bonds will continue
through regular authorized agencies and
through the Payroll Savings Plan.
The VICTORY
(Mb
Irani
VICTORY
. LOAN
*3 W
SW^
LOAN is on!
the Following Firms and Individuals:
A. F. GIVENACCOUNTANT
Congress Building
O. E. HENDRICKSREALTOR
4186 S. W. 8th Street
HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS
76 N. W. 14th Street
HIPPODROME BAR
5 N. E. 2nd Avenue
IMMACULATE CLEANERS
1449 Collins Aveenue
KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO.
Isle of Normandy
LINCOLN FOOD MARKETS
3305 Douglas Road
6S0 S. Miami Avenue
PARAGON PAINT DISTRIBUTING
CORP.
545 W. Flagler Street
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
SMITTY'S BOAT YARD & REPAIRS
243 N. W. S. River Drive
SILVER BLUFF SUNDRIES
2751 S. W. 27th Avenue
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. 8th Street
VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
1425 20th Street
LOUIS J. SONNEBORN
916 42nd Street
TINDELL GROCERY CO.
2220 N. W. 36th Street
VIKING HOTEL
220 31st Street
KALER PRODUCE CO.
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
DON'S BAR
1672 N. W. 27th Avenue
EATABITE RESTAURANT
1145 N. E. 2nd Avenue
ORIENTAL ROOF GARDEN-
RESTAURANT
272 W. Flagler Street


PAGE FOURTEEN
+Jewisirk>rknan
j^^^OVEMBER
POSTHUMOUS AWARD
Dr. Nanioi de Sola Pool re- Dr. Naomi de Sola Pool is the
ceivcs Silver Star medal and daughter of the Rev. Dr. and
Bronze Star medal from Col. Mrs. David de Sola Pool. Dr.
George S. Bourket on Cover- David de Sola Pool is chairman
nor's Island in honor of hesr late of the Committee on Army and
husband. Capt. Adrian Z. Loon. Navy Religious Activities of the
killed in action in Austria. National Jewish Welfare board.
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St., Miami
HEAR
The PARAVOX
A New ALL-IN-ONE
Hearing Aid
NO BATTERY CORD
NO BULKY BATTERIES
Think of having no separate heavy
batteries to wear. PARAVC1X il
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ing. For Demonstration call, writs
or phone
R. E. WARWICK. Distributor
163 N. E. 79th St. Phone 7-9855
Confidential Investigations
We are prepared to make all tvpes of Criminal and civil
Investigations, 24 hours .. 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 i>'0 small or too large.
FLORIDA DETECTIVE BUREAU
DAVID P. FOLDS. Detective Chief
Phone 48-3880P. O. Box 1978Miami 11, Fla.
Wright Company,
Inc.
A G< rgla
132 N- E. 11th St.Phone 3-4741
Complete Line
Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Equipment
Complete Furnishings lor Hotels
GlasswareChina wareSilverware
Steam TablesCoffee UrnsRanges
FryersBake OvensHot Plates
FurnitureFloor Coverings
Misc. Equipment
COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR LAYOUTS

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.
"OBITUARIES
ADLER
Pavlil M. Aill.-r. 60. drenn manii-
tacturer < 1569 Michigan Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, died Tueeday mm-miiK ">
;, hospital. He came to Miami one
wi-.-k uk<> from Uii.tiis. L,. 1. Sur-
viving an' four daughters, one. Mrs.
Hello Pavls. of Miami Beach, and a
son of New York. lUverslde Memo-
rial chapel lias lent the body to New
York City.
BASKIN
Maurice llnskin, 6:'. a retired pat-
ent attorney, died late Monday at his
home, IMS Bhertdan Ave., Miami
Beach. A native of ItusKla. he came
from Washington ii> year* ago lie
leaves his wife. Mrs Holla llnkln.
Miami Beach: two son*, c-apt. Meyer
A., of the army, and Leonard i>. in
the navv. and a rmwshter. Miss Rntn
E. BaaMn, Washington. The body
w.is tent i" Washington.
GREENWALD
Jay A. Oreenwald. 54. hotel mafi-
ager. died Tuesday ill his home. Iff?
E Itivo Alto Dr., Miami Beach. He
came from Now York City 10 years
:iK" He was a member of the Na-
tional Society "f Bone of the Ameri-
can Revolution, the Florida SUM
lintel ISSOClatlon and Hotel elrect-
ers of America, survivors Include
hw wife, Mrs. Florence Oreenwald,
Miami Beach, and a brother. Clar-
en, o. Now York. The body was sent
to Philadelphia.
SHAPO
Rabbi Julian Bhapo, 68, former
r.h! i of H. th David congregation
here, died Oct :i In Now York A
native of Russia, he at one time
headed congregations in Key west
and Tampa. Ills last convocation
w.is in New York. Surviving are
the Wife, Mrs. Mary Casper Bhapo:
two sons. Mitchell Shapo, of Miami,
and I.t. Col. Dulton .1. Shapo. USA.
and three daughters. Mrs. Myrtle S.
I.eldman. Miss Solma Bhapo. of Now
York, and Mrs. Florence S. Skole, of
Now Castle, Pa.
KAPLAN
Joseph Kaplan. 44. of 927 Jefferson
Ave., Miami Beach, died last Wed-
nesday in a hospital. He came to
Miami one month ago from Brooklyn.
N Y. Surviving are the Wife, Mrs.
Edna Kaplan: a sister, Mrs. Mary
Cohen: two brothers. Harry and
David Kaplan, all of Brooklyn. The
body was sent to Brooklyn by River-
side Memorial chapel.
FOOTBALL TONIGHT
U of MIAMI
Vs.
South Carolina
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
N. CAROLINA STATE
lTUxuni
for Rest
CONVALESCENCl
-^Chronic Cases
un-Ray Park
eaIth Resort
STEIN
Mrs. Katie Stein. 67, of 1790 8. W.
21st St.. dbd at her homo lnt Fri-
day following a long Illness. She
OS,mS to Miami nine years ago from
Chicago. Survivors include her hus-
band. Charles Stain, and three sons,
David and Bernard Bteln of Miami,
and Mver H. Stein of Toledo; a
daughter. Mrs. Ellen Herman. Austin
IY\ a sister, Mrs. David Zlff. and
a brother. Isidore Slmco, of Miami
Bhe as a member of Temple Israel
Sisterhood and K'nal B'rith Women.
Funeral services were held In the
chapel of the fiord* >n Funeral homo
Monday with Rabbi Saul Appelbaum
officiating. Burial followed In Grace-
land Memorial park.
pTWS.W.UtkAV.sUAMH
Y-TEL 3-U2LJ
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME''
K IITICMU.T HmsoiT
TK MAJOtJTY Of MtTKM
JEWS* FUNERAL DUES
MasggsBI Clo*7, furnoM en tqunf
SttVMC MIAMI BEACM I MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
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miuujm,
IQS.
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'MasMMgftss^^ggr
rM PLUMMER
AL DIRECTOR
AteW^Fl^-
The Jewish nSLHk.
ceived a letter *Ifc
Buchol. who IJ.m P4
Beach address.9*^ 'JO
does not nve ., S* *W
"he wiUVcV/hh^
and correct th .nn**
3lad to Print hi, Z^k,
correspondence will he*. "
unless ,t carrie, the f8*
meandaddrewofthe "^
NATHANIEL M. LEVIN. M. D.
Formerly of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Announces His Return From Service In the U. 8 Ms
And the Opening of Offices at
605 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Practice Limited to Bar, Nose, Throat and Rronchogcopy
Phone 2-6355
Permanent offices at 517
duPont BUlg. on or about Dec. 15, ij,}
MALTER'S
Sunshine Kosher Market
Announces with Pleasure that the
SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET
is now under the able supervision of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus
with Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director, and Rev. Mtyet
Faber as Mashgiach. The Greater Miami Vaad Hakuhrut
organixed to serve the Greater Miami Community, reprewnh
the following synagogues: Miami Beach Jewish Center, Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, Beth T'Filoh. Miami Beach,
Beth David, Miami, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation,
Miami.
Matter's has served local residents with the finest oi
strictly Kosher meats and poultry for 18 years.
MALTER'S SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET
436 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5-5583
FREE DELIVERY
Specializing In
HOTEL
and
RESIDENCES
REGULAR WEEKLY SERVICE
^ By High Grade Professional Extermi-
nators who have a genuine interest in
their work and ALL are tidy and NEAT
in doing their work.
* Located in the HEART of MIAMI
BEACH.
ECONOMY
EXTERMINATING
COMPANY
General Manager and Bookkeeper
CALL _
5-2050 5-1568 5-7171
41st and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach
TRULY NOLEN, Pres.Res. Phone 6-3862
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)AY/ NOVEMBER 9, 1945
+-kwisti Fkridiian
PAGE FIFTEEN
OFFERS $1,000
MUSIC_CONTEST
IkfW YORK (BBNS)-The sec
P annual George Gershwin
k.morial contest, sponsored by
i'tory Lodge of B'nai B'rith in
Coeration with the B'nai B'rith
\X\ Foundations .to stimulate
El.omDorary American compos-
Lntand to help discover new
Csical talent, was announced
\SSS unpublished musicai
Lfition-vocal. instrumental
b Srrhestralwhich does not
Leed 15 minutes in length, the
fctest is open to any American
Kizen under 35, regardless of
color or creed, if. invited
w the judges to participate if
Presenting a recognized school
5 music or if attending a col-
K university where there
fl B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
,i0Ail entries must be received no
later than December 31, 194o.
All persons wishing an mvita-
rn -should write to the Judges
^oSuSttec. B'nai B'rith Victory
PX 2nd Annual George Gersh-
S Memorial Contest, c/o B na.
B'nth Hillel Foundation. 113
East 22nd st.. New York. N. Y.
Winner of the contest will rc-
Jve a prize of $1,000 and will
have his prize-winning composi-
Eon published. In addition, the
winning selection will be given
te premiere by the Rochester
Iphilhaimonic Symphony Or-
Ichestra under the baton of Leon-
lard' Bernstein at the second an-
Itiual George Gershwin Memorial
Icontest to be held at Carnegie
.Hall. March 16. 1946.
| The contest judges are: Serge
IKousscvitsky, honorary chair-
man; Leonard Bernstein, chair-
fman; Aaron Copland. William
Schuman. and Rabbi Judah
I Cahn, ex-officio.
MACKAUF LEASES
Walter Mackauf has leased
one of the Taradash stores, lo-
cated at 949 Lincoln rd.. and
I plans to utilize it for a children's
wear store. The premises have
, been occupied by the Army dur-
ing the war.
TWO FRATERNITIES
CHOOSE PLEDGES
Selection of new pledges by
University of Miami fraternities
was made recently. Prospective
members of Phi Epsilon Pi are
Robert Newman, Stanley Bred.
Ivan Davis, Morton Calowitz.
Robert Edrick, Bert Young,
Jerry Klappcr, Alvon Ribikove,
Jack Prince, Edwin Cole. Wal-
ter Lyons, Louis Glass and Rob-
ert Horning.
New pledges of Tau Epsilon
Phi have elected as their officers
Jack Schwardron, president: Sid
Werner, vice president; Sam
Abrams, secretary; Myer Green-
berg, treasurer; and Allen Sed-
lack, sergeant-at-arms. Other
TEP pledges are Norman Sig-
nal, Stanley Saffron, Morris Ten-
rick, Robert Bauer, Leonard
Tenebaum, Kenneth Itchkow,
Seigbert Wolf, Melvin Morris,
Harvey Goldstein, Henry Levin-
son, Neil Postmantur, Manuel
Odze, William Scheinker. Bert
Schwartz, Seymour Sussman,
Joel Slater, Donald Schlessinger.
Stephen Band, Gabriel Smith,
David Bloom berg, Byron Alph,
Stanley Cohen and James Spin-
gain.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Friday, Nov. 9, 1945:
American Jewish Congress. Wo-
men's Division, Book Review.
Sunday. Nov. 11:
Lecture and concert series, Jew-
ish Cultural Committee, Beach,
evening; JWV-MSL motorcade and
party, Town Y. afternoon.
Monday, Nov. 12:
Federation budget committee. 8 p.
m., Federation office.
Tuesday, Nov. 13:
Beth Jacob Sisterhood membership
tea, p. m.; Miami Service League
cocktail party, Victor's Drum, 8
p. m,
Wednesday, Nov. 14:
N. C. C. Home board meeting, 10:30
a. m., Beach Y.,regular meeting
1:30 p. m Beach Y.;Sr Hadassah
membership tea, 8 p. m.; Ameri-
can Council for Judaism, Temple
Israel, Miami, evening meeting at
..JO; M. H. Post No. 330, Jewish
War Veterans, regular meeting, at
Beach Y, 8 p. m.
Thursday, Nov. 15:
B'nai B'rith membership tea. af-
ternoon; Federation board meet-
ing. Temple Israel, 8 p. m.:
Sunday. Nov. 18:
Bmanon Club of Town Y at Police-
men's Benevolent, benefit dance.
Monday, Nov. 19:
M B. Jewish Center .Sisterhood
regular meeting, 8 p. m.; Federa-
tion budget committee, Federation
office, 8 p. m.; Miami Service
League, Town Y, 8:15 p. m.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Beck's Transfer at 156 N. W. 5th
Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flori-
SIDNEY R. BECK
Max R. Silver
Attorney for Applicant
10/12-19-26 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
WAR RECORDS CROUP
TO CONTACT FAMILIES
LEGAL NOTICES
Within two weeks, the War
Records committee will con-
tact every Jewish family in
Greater Miami by mail in
order to complete the list of
local Jewish men and women
who are or were in the armed
forces.
Leon Schulman, JWB rep-
resentative, requests that the
cards be filled out and re-
turned promptly so that the
complete service record may
be compiled.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engae-e
In business under the fictitious name
of ROBIN HOOD INN, Miami. Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
BISCAYNE 36TH STREET
CORPORATION
MORRIS BF.RICK,
Attorney for Owner
605 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
10/19-2611/2-9-16
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County. Florida
No. 9794
Re: Estate of JAMES R. WAR-
F1EIJ1 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 nt
the estate of JAMES R. WARFIELD.
deceased: and that on the 19th day
of November, 1845, I will apply to the
Honorable W. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administratrix of
the Estate of JAMES It. WARF1ELD,
deceased.
This 11th day of October, 194a.
FANNIE E. WAKF1ELD
MAX R. SILVER.
Attornev for Administratrix
10/19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
I I'LAKTIC MODES at 4102 N. Mi-
ami Avenue, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
ALLEN RUBIN
ROLAND G. DAVIS
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicants
10/19-26 11/2-9-16
EXPERT PAINTING
Caulking. Decorating. Waterproof-
ingLowest PricesFactory Ap-
proved Contractors. For estimates
Call 2-8481
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 -In-
Pot
Sea Foods
Prime Ribs
of Beef
All the Best
yi i uuua -------------------- _
Under Direct Supervision of Tony Barrero, As In the rasi
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PRED'S at 1116 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DAVID BRED
REBA PRED
ISAAC JOFFE Attorney
1010 Biscayne Bldg.
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Dee-Liclous Products Co. at uJOo
N. W. 17th Avenue, Miami. Florida,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. _,__.
IRVING A. SPIEGEL
10/12-19-26 11/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctious name
of TRAIL TAVERN at 905 S. W
Eighth Street, Miami, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. HENRY BTEINHOU8ER.
HARRY DIETZ, Attorney,
1106 Congress Bldg.
11/2-9-15-23-30__________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at 141
West Flagler Street, intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
ALICE CUTLIP
HARRY DIETZ, Attorney
110.'. Congress Building
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
Palm Beach
MBS. MAHY SCHREBNICX ll|IIMIB|lllll
AMBULANCE SERVICE
FOR THE BEST IN
DAIRY PRODUCTS
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
MIZZELL SIMON
MORTUARY
413 Hibiscus Street
Phone 8121
West Palm Beach, Fla.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of AZTEC CONSTRUCTION AND
REALTY CO., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK A. WISE
CHARLES F. CONE
NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of RAUZ1N 1.N.-.VUANVK AGLNO
at 128 N. E First Avenue, Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County^Florida. ^^
MOSES RAIZ1N.
ll/2-9-l.">-23-30 ____
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STRAND BEAUTY SHOP at 302a
N W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. ^^
Applicant
MYERS AND HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
11/9-16-23-30 12/7_________^^
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
No. 15653
Re-Estate of
SAMUEL DOLCORT.
I deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that we
have filed our final report anil peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Ex ecu-
trices of the estate of SAMUEL DOL-
CORT, deceased; and that on the 3rd
day of December, 1945, we Will ap-
ply to the Honorable W. F. BLAN-
TON, County Judge of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said final
report and for final discharge as
Executrlces of the estate of SAMUEL
DOLCORT. deceased
This 29th day of October, 191a.
ANNA K. DOLCORT,
ESTELLE DOLCORT SACHS,
BEATRICE DOLCORT 1EARLMAN.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorney for Executrlcesi of the
Estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT.
Deceased.
11/2-9-1.1-23-30________^_
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Spring Palm Beach County. ***u,rinfl|*5*
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ducts and Ice Cream.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HONEST MIKE'S BAR AND
BILLIARDS at 276 W. Flagler St.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
FLAGLER BILLIARDS. INC.
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attornev for Applicants
11/9-16-23-30 12/7__________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring Jo engage
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County noHda^ w^
Sole Owner.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attornev for Applicant
10"3 Sevbold Building
H/9-16-23-30 12/7
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C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
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ESTABLISHER 1893 _._.,,
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, fla
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Dade County F.orldabTHFNnKKG
"* (Sole Owner)
MARX FEINBERG. Attorney
il/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
..^ ,, e signed, desiring to engage
the undeisiK" fictitious name
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
Learn Jo Drive-Modern Way
Army and Navy In.tructor.
Agency for Drivers Llcen.es
And Auto Tag*
,013 6th AV.., M. Bch., Ph- B-BOM
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County, Florida
No. 15016
Re! Estate of
MARTS! AGATHA WHITE
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that she
has filed her final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Admln-
Istratrlx of the estate of MARIE
AGATHA WHITE, deceased: and
that on the 30th day of November,
1945, will apply to the Honorable
W. P. BLANTON, County Judge of
Hade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix of the Es-
i.ii. of MARIE AGATHA WHITE,
deceased,
This 25th day of October, 1945.
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 9526
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
W. J. ROBINSON, holder of County
Tax Certificate No 28150 Issued the
1st day of June. A. D. 1942, has filed
same in my office, and has made
application for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon, Said Certificate em-
bra< es the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade. State
of I'loi iila, 'o-wlt:
Dots 83 and 24. Block 6, Alameda,
a Sub., I tat Book 17, Page 81.
in the County of Dade, State of
Florida.
Thi> 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-
ertv described therein will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court
House door on the first Monday in
the month of December, 1945, which
is the 3rd dav of December, 1945.
Dated this 23rd day of October,
1915.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
Cl.rk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court s. al |
By 1.. M. JOHNSON, D. C.
10 26 11/2-9-18
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged I
ness under the
fictitious name ot
DURANT'S SUNDRIES, al 1206 West
Flagler Street. Miami, Fl.'i id:i and
i..,.n,i. to raarUter the said fictitious
fictitious
Clerk of
intends to register the sa
name in the office pf the
the Circuit Court of Dade Count>,
FloHda- JOSEPH SIEGED.
Sole Owner.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorney.
11/2-9-15-23-30
register
the
1_
of JOHN-.
First Avenue intends to
with the Clerk of the Clr-
of Dade County. Florida.
NATHAN STETTNBB,
11/2-9-15-23-30__________________
said name
cult Court
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
TREl'TE REALTY CO.. intend
of
with the Clerk
to register said nain
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Flor,dB- MURRAY
WALTER
11/9-16-23-30 12/7_____
KASTOFF
A. TREl'TE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
nf RIVIANNA APARTMENTS at
929 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court
uf Dade County, Florida.
HARRY DACKS
YETTA DACKS
Applicants.
MYERS & HEIMAN,
Attornevs for applicants,
650 Sevbold Bldg,, Miami. Florida.
in 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 t" register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. ...__._
LENORA MORRIS
(Free Dealer)
MORRIS BER1CK.
Attorney for Owner,
605 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Fla.
10/19-26 11/2-9-16 _______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. desWng to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of President Madison Hotel at 3801
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County.uFlnr.da. GROS3MAN
Mvers & Helman.
Attorneys for AppHcant^ u/|.f
iv THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANT. FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
N... 16853
In Re: ESTATE OF
WILLIE E. PAYNE
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
^Tou, and'each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands whfefc you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
I,',' Hon. W. K. Blanton. Co,,,,,,
Judge of Dade County, and fUc the
same In his office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Floi-
Ida. within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to he sworn to and
presented as aforesaid or same Will
be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date November 5, A. D. 1S4..
ARTHUR L PAYNE
, Administrator of the Estate of
WILLIE E. PAYNE, Deceased.
MAX R. SILVER. '
Attorney for Administrator.
11/9-16-23-30
As
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Atlantic Metal Products & Rales
Co., nt 47 N. E. 25th Street. Miami.
Florida. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Co-rt of r^^oty._Fto1gbKS
CHARLES^DELMAN^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fletttlMM
name of PATTY JO'S RESTAU-
RANT at 22S0 S. W. 32nd Avenue.
Miami. Fla., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
court of i*o__> ngftfaa,
ELLA BRINKMAN
Co-rartners
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicants
10/26 11/2-9-16-23_________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring Jo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Lincoln Road Company, Ltd.. at
l"fil Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida,
cult v-oun MQRRIS oooDMAN.
General Partner
ABRAHAM GOODMAN.
Limited Partner
JACOB GOODMAN,
Limited Partner
Milton A. Friedman
Attorney for Applicants^ ^ ^^
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FRIDAY,
4
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVE ISEN
As you all know, this is B'nai
B'rith Membership Drive month,
and we here in Miami and Miami
Beach are being asked to do the
greatest enrollment job in our
history. The other evening we
were stirred by the enthusiasm
expressed by our Membership
committee chairman, Paul L.
Green; in fact, we were so im-
pressed that we asked Mr. Greene
to permit us to reproduce his talk
to us. A copy of Mr. Greene's
talk follows:
"It is a privilege to serve B'nai
B'rith and I shall do my very ut-
most to merit the confidence that
has been placed in me by the
Executive committee.
"Now that I understand what
B'riai B'rith means. I enthusias-
tically accept that organization
as the one and only media open
to Jews everywhereregardless
of the degree of their religious
faith, whether they be orthodox,
conservative, reformed or even
non-religionist, B'nai B'rith is the
only media that offers the oppor-
tunity for national and interna-
tional unity.
"It is a pleasure for me to an-
nounce that Matthew Silverstein
and Attorney Jack D. Burris have
both agreed to serve with me on
this committee as co-chairmen
and I am grateful for the valu-
able assistance and cooperation
which I know they will give me
in support of our plans.
"We yhave established as our
ultima!* goal a membership on
Miami Beach of 5,000 members.
We .-Ain't know how long it will
take' us. It may take us one
year, two years or more, but we
will not cease our efforts until
we have secured that kind of
membership. It represents ap-
proximately the total number of
Jewish families on Miami Beach.
It is our purpose and plan that
Miami Beach should set an ex-
ample for the rest of the United
States, and, for that matterfor
the entire B'nai B'rith world. We
want to set an example that here
we have a community that rec-
ognizes its responsibility to the
Jewish people by supporting the
B'nai B'rith movement so that
we may present a united front
united for the preservation of
peace, and by our strength gain
for our people a rightful place
in the world of nations.
"Xfi part of our plan we pro-
pose to have an extensive mem-

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Miami Beach booster, but above
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Victory bond chairmen for the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sho-
lom are Mrs. Norman Maran and
Mrs. Irving Marcus, who, with
their committee, are selling
bonds at the Sheridan theater.
They will also man the booth at
the Mercantile Bank building to-
morrow and Monday and Mon-
day and Tuesday, Nov. 19 and 20.
A general meeting of the Sis-
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Committee Leaders Leaving Whit^u '
After Co.fere.ee With Prmj.J?
f~ President Tnimin km urged to continue hie efforts to open th, fc-
f Palestine I. substantial Jewish immigration of aurvivini Europtu E
by Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, (right) president,and Jacob BlaastcklU
atiairman of the executive committee, of the Amrricaa Jewish Co5 i
[ wktm lk*| were recently received at .the White House bj iW PrJj^T
SIMONHOFF ATTEND
20TH CONVENTION
Harry Simonhoff has been se-
lected to represent Miami Zion-
ists at the 48th annual conven-
tion of the Zionist Organization
of America in Atlantic City, Nov.
16 through 20.
At a board meeting Monday
evening Frank Rose was se-
lected chairman of the group's
Youth Commission. Harry Gor-
don was named chairman of the
Radio committee which will ar-
range the local broadcasting of
the "Voice of Israel" program.
Jerome Weinkle will serve as
chairman of the Veterans' com-
mittee. Election of Miami Zion-
ist officers will be held Nov k I
Representing Miami Bead]
Zionists at the convention ill
be Shephard Broad, Dr. Lai
Lytton, Dr. M. A. Lipkind, Dt
William Bernstein and Alt
Goodman.
GROUP TO MEET
Meetings of the board mil
general membership of the Dak I
chapter, National Childrai
Cardiac Home will be hot
Wednesday at the Beach Y. Hi
board will convene at 104
a. m. and the regular meetin
will begin at 1:30 p. m. Plan
for the fifth anniversary dinw 1
dance, to be held Nov. 27, nl |
be made.
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