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

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

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

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VOLUME 18NUMBER 46
DRIVE EVENTS
Progress of the Miami Ys
$200,000 building fund drive was
speeded at a meeting of the
Campaign Planning committee
held last Wednesday at the
I home of Dave Brown.
First event scheduled for the
I drive is an initial gift cocktail
party to be held before Dec. 1.
J. Gerald Lewis was appointed
chairman of initial gifts by
George Chertkof, chairman of
I the campaign.
Also slated is a dinner for Dec.
16 at Lilley's restaurant. A na-
tionally known speaker will be
I brought to Miami for this occa-
sion, Maurice Grossman, execu-
tive director of the Y, reports.
I Guests will be prospective con-
jtributors. Milton A. Friedman
land Leo Ackerman have ac-
cepted co-chairmanship of the
affair.
A follow-up campaign will be
conducted by Mr. Chertkof at a
series of parlor meetings to be
held at the homes of campaign
personnel.
Serving on the rating commit-
tee are M. J. Kopelowitz, Abe
TCurman, Dave Brown, Sidney
Lefcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Kaplan and S. B. Miller. FredK.
Shocket and Harry Schwartz
Were appointed co-chairmen of
t>ublirity.
Other campaign personnel
vho attended the meeting are
U Pallot, Bill Shayne, Jack
^pte, Joe Bermann, Mrs. George
' h e r t k o f, Mrs. William D.
linger. Max R. Silver, B. A.
Sterling, Nat Blumberg and Max
acobskind.
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
BB Lodges Report
$490,000 In Bonds!
Bond sales amounting to $490,-
000 are reported by E. Albeit
Pallot and Sam W. Shapiro, gen-
eral chairmen of the B'nai B'rith
Victory Loan drive. To spur the
purchase of E bonds, a telephone
committee under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Clara Landau is
contacting the 1500 B'nai B'rith
members. A two million dollar
quota for the Eighth Loan drive
has been set by the organization.
A bond auction of scarce and
valuable items will highlight the
cabana party which Greater Mi-
ami B'nai B'rith lodges will hold
at the Blackstone hotel on Dec. 2
at 8 p. m. Night club entertain-
ers and stage celebrities will per-
form, report Mrs. Dina Goldman
and Marx Feinberg, co-chair-
man. There will be no charge
for admission to B'nai B'rith
members and persons who pur-
chase bonds at the door.
Aiding the co-chairmen with
arrangements for the affair are
Dave Alper, Alex S. Cohen, Sol
Goldstrom, David R. Isen, Jos-
ept Lipton, Sam B. Miller, Bur-
nett Roth, Sam W. Shapiro, Sam
Silver, Ernest Sussman, George
J. Talianoff, Paul Weitzman
and Harry Zukernick.
Close to $150,000 in bond pur-
chases were made at a similar
affair held during the Seventh
War Loan.
LONDON (JTA)General Sir
Alan Cunningham, Commander-
in-chief of military forces in
Eastern England, has been
named High Commissioner for
Palestine, succeeding Lord Gort
who resigned last week.
The new High Commissioner,
who is 59 years old, was com-
mander of the Eighth Army in
Libya as successor to Sir Archi-
bald Wavell. He was succeed-
ed in 1942 by Gen. Neil M.
Ritchie who commanded the
Eighth Army for a short time
until Gen. Sir Bernard Mont-
gomery took over. Since 1942,
Gen. Cunningham has been sta-
tioned in Ireland and Britain.
It
GROUP TO STUDY
3H
Joint Service To
Be Held Thursday
The annual joint Thanksgiv-
ing day service will be con-
ducted by the Greater Miami
Rabbinical association 11 a. m.
Thursday at Temple Beth Sho-
lom. Worshippers are invited to
come early and mediate during
the 15 minute organ prelude
which will precede the service.
The meeting will be opened
NEW YORK (Seven Arts)A
joint Anglo-American commis-
sion of inquiry to study the I \vith^th'e'presentation"of "colors
Jewish situation in Europe and by Jewish War Veterans. Rabbi
Palestine problems has been Ikeon Kronish will give an ad-
simultaneously announced by
lharge Palestine Government
ith Inciting, Arming Arabs
I JERUSALEM (JTA)The se-
lous accusation that the Pal-
Btine Government has been
fming Arabs and inciting them
attack Jews, made by the se-
^et radio of the Jewish resist-
Dce movement, has finally been
ought into the open.
lOne authenticated instance of
he administration's efforts to
eate trouble between the
rabs and the Jews involves
Ibdulla Khalil el Sheikh, com
ander of a Hebron gang which
ayed a prominent role in the
sturbance of 1936. Abdulla
hah! had been in hiding since
r36 out last year the Pales-
He authorities let it be known
lat they had no objection to
returning to Hebron, which
did.
Vt the same time, he received
agnanimous assistance from
. authorities in the way of
"cultural machinery and live-
"ck. Two months ago he was
fproached by a Palestine Gov-
Mnent agent and reminded of
obligations, and asked him
organize the Arabs in that
ea into an armed force for the
rpose of "resistance to Jew-
aggression." Assurances
pre also given him that all the
pancial aid, firearms and other
Tjipment necessary would be
incoming.
JABS RELUCTANT
B >s reported reliably that
aulla Khalil el Sheikh at
FJ was not too anxious to as-
T>e that task. But he Is now
lanizmg and training Arabs
w modern weapons. Five
ks ago a deputy Inspector
the Palestine police visited
lonia, near a Jewish commu-
nity not far from Jerusalem,
and gathering all the Arab vil-
lagers together he told them
that the Jews are preparing to
attack the Arabs. He advised
the Arabs to arm and go after
the Jews themselves. The
deputy inspector indicated that
all the necessary arms were
available. The villagers, how-
ever, did not stir, refusing to
take the inspector seriously.
For the time being, the disin-
clination of the Arab villagers
to become aroused and incited
offers the most serious handi-
cap to the plans of Palestine
Government officials, whose
only solution to the Palestine
problem apparently is to set
Arabs and Jews agamst one an-
other. The inability of these
officials to guarantee to the
Arabs that no legal action would
ever be taken against them, m
the event of disorders, also
holds back the Arabs.
Psychological warfare is also
being used by the same Pales-
tine Government officials. This
correspondent has seen leaflets,
typographically excellent and in
Arabic, which call upon the
Arabs to be prepared to rise
without delay. ,
A whispering campaign also
reveals that experienced ma-
nipulators are operating in Pal-
estine among the Arabs. The
most persistent of these rumors
deal with King Ibn Saud-whis-
pers about the size of the fences
that Ibn Saud, ruler of Saudi
Arabia, has ostensibly PJ-m'se.d
to send to the aid of the Pal-
estine Arabs; and these whis-
pers make the rounds of the
Arab villages with well-organ-
ized regularity.
i dress of welcome which will be
' followed by the invocation, de-
1 livered by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
A portion of the Scriptures
President
Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin.
In Washington, President Tru-
man described the principal
functions of the committee
To examine political, econom-
ic and social conditions in Pal-
estine as they bear upon the
problem of Jewish immigration.
To examine the position of
European Jews wiio have been
victims of persecution and de-
termine whether practicable | KolVmo/
measures have or can be taken
to enable them to live free from
oppression.
To take testimony from com-
petent witnesses and consult
representative Arabs and Jews
on the problems of Palestine
with resultant recommendations
for interim handling of the
problems, as well as for their
permanent solution.
To make other recommenda-
tions to Great Britain and the
United States for remedial ac-
tion in Europe and the provision
of facilities for emigration to
and settlement in countries out-
side of Europe.
Bevin told commons Tuesday
that the United States had ac-
cepted a British invitation to
co-operate in the joint examina-
tion. The British government
is taking every step open to it
to try to improve the lot of the
Jews, he said.
"We cannot accept the view
that the Jews should be drive/,
out of Europe and should not be
permitted to live again in these
countries without discrimination
and contribute their ability and
talent toward rebuilding the
prosperity Of Europe,'' he de-
clared.
will be read by Rabbi Saul Ap-
pelbaum and Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff will read a Psalm. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will lead the
responsive reading.
Principle speaker will be
Rabbi Albert Michels. Rabbi
Jacob H Kaplan will give the
benediction. Musical selections
will be sung by Cantor Samuel
The public is invited.
$100,000 Drive
Set by Beth David
TO
WASHINGTON, D. CDr.
Chaim Weizmann, president of
the World Zionist Organization,
will address the Monday night
session of the 48th Annual Con-
vention of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America which will con-
vene in four-day session today
in Atlantic City, N. J. The
same session will hear an ad-
RABBIS DEMONSTRATE
IN WASHINGTON
Washington, (JTA) About
1,000 rabbis from various Eastern
seaboard cities this week slowly
marched from Union Station to
the Capitol where they were ad-
dressed by leaders of the Demo-
cratic and Republican parties in
the Senate and in the House of
Representatives. The demonstra-
tion was arranged by the Zionist-
Revisionist Organization of Am-
erica.
The rabbis delivered identical
petitions to Congress and the
White House and to the British
Embassy for Prime Minister At-
tlee. The petition called for the
admission to Palestine of 100.000
Jews from Europe as requested
by President Truman, the repu-
diation of the British White Pa-
per, the creation of a Jewish Na-
A $100,000 building fund cam-
paign is being launched by Beth
David congregation under the
chairmanship of Harry Marko-
witz. Funds are to be raised
by private solicitation, Harry
Simons, financial secretary, re-
ports.
Others on the committee are
Dave Brown, Hyman Sootin,
Jack August and Jake Scher.
Mr. Simons was nominated for
president of the congregation at
a meeting last week. Also nom-
inated were Lee Hyman, vice-
president; Ernest Sussman, re-
cording secretary; George Gold-
berg, treasurer, and Murray
Cohen, financial secretary.
Six directors arc to be elect-
ed from the following slate:
Jack August, Oscar Argintar,
Harry H. Farr, Louis Lebowitz,
Sid Lefcourt, Harry Markowitz,
Dr. Max Pepper, Alguadow, Jack
Scher, Herbert Scher, Hyman
Sooiin. Sam Traurig and Sam
Weisel.
The annual election and din-
ner meeting will be held on
Dec. 5.
Three to Lead
llillel Drive
Sam Blank, Carl Weinkle and
Monte Selig have accepted chair-
manship of the $35,000 capital
funds campaign for the B'nai
B'rith Foundation, it was an-
nounced after a meeting of the
Hillcl advisory council Wednes-
day.
Funds raised in the drive will
be used to. pay off all present
indebtedness of the Hillel House
at the University of Miami, and
to complete and furnish the
facilities.
A nationally known speaker
tional Homeland and tire release will be brought here sometime
of Jews deported from Palestine
to prison camps in Afric aad the
Near East.
ROSENMAN TO QUIT
AS TRUMAN'S AIDE
Judge Samuel I. Rosenman
will retire at the end of the year
as special counsel to the presi-
dent, the White House an-
nounced Tuesday. Rosenman
had served both President Tru-
and former President.
in December at which time sev-
eral affairs will be held to aid
the drive.
Key volunteer war service
workers will meet with Leon
Schulman, JWB area director,
3 p. m. Tuesday at the Federa-
tion office to plan their trip to
the regional USO conference in
Jacksonville, Nov. 30.
Those who have been asked
to the Jacksonville conference
include Sam Blank, Carl
mani,nnn Roosevelt at a "tre-i Weinkle. Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
anxious to xctiie tor ^nvilk. conference,
months.
dress by Mrs. Lorna Wingate,
widow of General Orde Win-
gate, famous British officer,
who died in the Burma cam-
paign. .:
More than 1,000 delegates rep-
resenting a constituency of 500,-
000 organized Zionists will par-
ticipate in the deliberation, at
which decisive action is expect-
ed to be taken on all major as-
pects involving the Zionist
movement and the status of Pal-
estine. The business sessions of
the convention will be preceded
by a session at noon today un-
der the auspices of the Unity
Committee for Palestine, which
will be presided over by its
chairman, Dr. Felix Levy, of
Chicago. It will be followed in
the evening by a Sabbath din-
ner, sponsored by the American
Zionist Youth commission at
which an all-youth program
will be presented.
Following a Hebrew cultural
session on Saturday afternoon,
under the auspices of the Hista-
druth Ivrith of America with
Dr. Alexander Drushkin presid-
ing, the formal opening of the
business sessions of the conven-
tion will be held on Saturday
evening at the Casino theatre at
which Dr. Israel Goldstein will
deliver his presidential address.
The current political situation
on the international and Pales-
tine scenes will be reviewed and
discussed at the third session on
Sunday afternoon in addresses
fby Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, co-chair-
man of the American Zionist
Emergency council. Elections
of the incoming administration
will be held in the preceding
session. The fourth plenary
session on Sunday evening will
be given over to a discussion of
plans for the ZOA in the ensu-
ing year. Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann will lead off with an ad-
dress on the topic "The Road
Ahead."
The deliberations of the con-
vention will also be highlighted
by special sessions dedicated to
the UPA, Jewish National Fund
and Keren Hayesod, with Judge
Morris Rothenberg, Judge Bern-
ard A. Rosenblatt and Herman
L. Weisman as principal speak-
ers.
Outstanding speakers at the
convention will also include
Louis Lipsky, Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann and Mrs. Judith Epstein.
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PAGE TWO
9-JewisiinorkHafl
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
FROM THE BOND BOOTH
Women who have sold enough bonds to earn honorary
naval ranks in the Blue Star Brigade will be decorated by Vice
Admiral Patrick Nelson Lynch Bellinger tomorrow night at me
Roney Plaza hotel Among those whom he'll award will be
Mrs. Frank Kline of the Jewish War Veterans' auxiliary and
Mrs Rose Weiss, of the American Jewish Congress who at last
count were vice admirals. Early this week, Mrs. Monte belig.
chairman of the Jewish division, reported $26,000 of bonds sold
by Mrs. Milton Wolf, captain, and Mrs. N. Douglas Raff, lieu-
tenant, representing Hadassah. For B'nai B'rith, Mrs. Jack rein,
lieutenant-commander, has sold $62,715 and for the AJC. Mrs.
Weiss and Mrs. Stella Feld's combined sales were SlOI.UUu.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of the M. B. Service league re-
ported that her group has pledged $35,000, of which $10,000
has already been sold.
B'nai B'rith girls of Miami Beach are out to top their Sev-
enth War Loan sales of $52,900 according to the Misses Barbara
Frumkes and Gloria Mantell, co-chairmen. The guls are man-
nig the Beach theater booth where they sold $4,875 during the
opening week of the drive B'nai B'rith Women representa-
tives Miss Jeanette Teller, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Mrs Jack Fein,
Mrs. Doris Wexler and Mrs. Esther Schecter are selling bonds
at the Mercantile National bank today and tomorrow Jems
chapter of B'nai B'rith girls have volunteered to sell bonds
and stamps at the Cinema theater Mrs. Saul Appelbaum is
chairman of the Temple Israel Sisterhood's bond committee .
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood will have charge of the Mer-
cantile bank booth Tuesday Mrs. Jay Hirsch and Mrs. A.
Berow are sparking the Beth Jacob bond drive.
AROUND AND ABOUT
Mrs. Dave Gendel and Mrs. Harry Levin, of Brooklyn, ar-
rived Monday and will remain here for the Bar Mitzva of their
nephew, Herbert Cohen, sometime in December. Herbert is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Cohen, 1813 S. W. 21st St.. with
whom Mrs Gendel and Mrs. Levin are staying ... Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Turk celebrated their seventh anniversary Saturday
night at a dinner for 12 in the Versailles hotel Jacob Levine
has been ill in St. Francis hospital ... Sid Palmer was host to
a hunting and fishing party at the Rod and Gun club in Ever-
glades City over the weekend. Included in the party were Lee
Lincoln, Andrew Wiggins, Max R. Silver and Fred Shochet. Mr.
Lincoln was recently released from the Army after serving four
and a half years in the finance department as a sergeant .
Tobi Jacobskind, Joyce Stroberg and Betty Weintraub will par-
ticipate in the traditional "Odd-Even" musical comedy at Florida
State College for Women next Thursday and Friday at home-
coming .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelman, 905 Euclid ave., announced
the engagement of their daughter, Erma Lee, to Pvt. Bernard
Rosenblatt yesterday. Miss Edelman is a student at Miami Beach
High school and a member of B'nai B'rith Young Women. Pvt.
Rosenthal, son of Mrs. Rose Rosenblatt, 246 Jefferson ave., is a
graduate of Technical High school and the Denver, Colo.,
Photo Lab. Technical school. He is now serving overseas. No
date has been set for the wedding.
PERSONALLY SPEAKING
Harold Turk, president of B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge, and
>rge J. Talianoff, Florida regional director of ADL, will be in
Lakeland Monday to address that
city's B'nai B'rith lodge on mem-
bership and anti-defamation
work Mrs. David Stotland an"
Miss Frances Selig left for Phil-
adelphia Monday to accompany
the body of their father, Morris
Selig, who died here Sunday .
Dr I. L. Fishbein is at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania studying
psychiatry ... Dr. Harry Kraft
is spending a two week vacation
in New York ... Ray Redman has
left for New York Mrs. Ira
Goldberg has been called out of
town by illness of her mother,
Mrs. S. Alpern of Charleston. S.
C Harry Sirkin is vacation-
ing in Mexico City Miss Rita
Grossman left this morning to
spend Thanksgiving week in
New Jersey Mrs. Frank Quit-
ner returned to Los Angeles last
week after visiting here with
her brother and sister-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Gordon, for two
and a half months Mrs. Hen-
rv Habif returned to Cuba Mon-
day Mr. and Mrs. Cornblum,
after visiting their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Silver, here, have left for
Charleston. S. C. Jack Levy
left for Philadelphia after visit-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Decky, 905 Michigan ave. .
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller have
left for New York.
BACK IN TOWN
Mrs. Daniel Cromer has return-
ed to her home. 432 N. E. 26 ter..
after vacationing in New York
and Baltimore for five months.
Her daughter. Miss Florence Cro-
mer, has resumed her studies at
the University of Miami where
she is a senior, after taking
a summer course at Columbia
university. She is majoring in
drama ... Dr. J. M. Rosenthal.
244 Rivo Alto Island, has returned
from his summer vacation and
reopened his office at 420 Lin-
coln rd. Alfred Gottesman
has returned from a business
trip to New York Mrs.
Sadye G. Rose is back in Miami
after an extended stay in Cin-
cinnati, Cleveland, Chicago and
New York.
(CONTINUED ON PAQE 3)
gW, NOVEMBER it
Martin T. Cohns Live Here
After 4'State Honeymoon
HEBREW BOOK
STORES
214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collins and
Washington Avenues
Hebrew BooksAll Religious
ArticlesNovelties
After a honeymoon trip to
Silver Springs. New Orleans,
Biloxi, Miss., and Mobile. Ala..
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Theodore
Cohn are making their home
here. The couple was married
Sept. 30 at Temple Israel. The
double ring ceremony was per-
formed by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
before a flower banked altar.
The bride is the former Miss
Harriet Julian Damenstein.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Damenstein. Mr. Cohn is the
son of Mrs. Tillie Cohn and the
late Harry Cohn of Philadelphia.
Wedding attendants were the
Mesdames LeRoy S. Bowman.
Sydney Weintraub, and Milton
Levkoff, bridesmatrons; Mrs.
Ralph Ryder, matron of honor;
Betty Ryder, flower girl; Eileen
Karns. train carrier; Richard
Cromer, ring bearer. The bride
was given in marriage by her
father. t c
The bride s uncle, Le Roy a.
Bowman, was best man. Ushers
were Sydney Weintraub, Ralph
Ryder and Milton Leykoff. a
program of nuptial, music w
given by Mrs. Jean Saber, orju.
it; Melvin Michaels, violinist;
and Mrs. Genevieve Parker!
vocalist.
The reception which lo).
lowed the ceremony, Miss. Sarah
Shargaa kept the bride's guest
book. A wedding dinner was
held for the bridal party and the
immediate family.
Out of town relatives were jlr.
and Mrs. Le Roy S. Bowouncl
Atlanta, uncle and aunt of the
bride; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lev-
koff. of Columbia, S. C, couwi
of the bride; the groom's uack
Morris dick, and his mother, ol
Philadelphia.
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M Machtei. Director
Olympic Building Phone 3-3720
A social "get together" of
Miami Beach Jewish Center
members, their wives and
friends will be held at the Cen-
ter, Wednesday evening. An
address will be given by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman and musical se
lections will be rendered by
Cantor Emanuel Barkan and the
Center choir, under the direction
of Joseph Schreibman, musical
director.
The Sisterhood will serve re-
freshments at the reception
which will follow in the patio.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16,' 1949
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(Continued from PB 2)
Under the chairmanship of
Mrs Gus Feuer, the Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood will give a car-
nival and dante the- evening of
nee. 3. Committee chairmen are
Mrs. MatJry Koven and Mrs.
Lester Hartz, refreshments; Mrs.
Max Orovitz and Mrs. Frank Sei-
den, decorations; Mrs. Albert
Hirsch, gift donations; Mrs.
Irving Kobley and Mrs. Manuel
Joseloff, booths; and Mrs. Hen-
ry Wolff, souvenirs. Details of
the affair are to be announced
in the near future Recently
elected to the board of directors
of the Probus club were Al Qua-
drow, Eugene Weiss, Al Kush-
ner, Ben Kohl, Leonard Wein,
Ben Hartley The Pan Arab
league was Shepard Broad's
topic of discussion at the Miami
Beach Zionist Lunchebn club
Wednesday The Misses Eve-
lyn and Ruth Rosenthai were
awarded special prizes at the Mi-
ami Service league's cocktail
party Tuesday night. The Rosen-
thai sisters hatfe served over 350
hours entertaining members of
the armed forces Mrs. Her-
bert U. Feiberman, chairman of
the Red Cross sewing group
which meets at TempJe Israel
Tuesday from 19:30 a. m. to 4
p. m., is in need of volunteer
workers Debb's chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Women, will
hear a speech by GeorgeT. Talia-
noff, ADL director, at their meet-
ing 8:15 p. m. Tuesday at the
Miami Y The local Jewish
Book council has arranged ex-
hibits for Junior Hadassah, Beth
David Sisterhood and Temple
Beth ShoJom in observance of
Jewish Book month ... A bingo
and card party; with door prizes
and refreshments, wrll be held by
the Miami Beach Mizrachi at the
Kenmore hotel, 1050 Washington.
gjj 8. P- m- Tuesday. Mrs. A. J.
Safra is ticket chairman
THE BABY PARADE
Danna Marie, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald LeRoy Meyer
2196 S. W. 22 st., was born Oct!
24 Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Ed-
ward Weinstock, 5736 La Gorce
dr., are the parents of a girl born
Oct. 21 Lynne Barbara,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Abram Durbin, 735 14 pi Oct
?J V Its2 S*1 for the Herman
Mintzers, 2005 S. W. 17 ave. She
was born Oct. 5 Arthur Dan-
iel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Daniel Kaufman, 104 N. E. 22 st.,
Oct. 22 Susan Margaret,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Milton Rose, 1030 Everglades
concourse, M. B., Oct. 17 ... A
boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Frankel, 1132 Euclid ave.,
Oct. 11... Linda Dianna, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bert
Berger, 2740 N. W. 19 ave., Oct.
24 Valerie, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Weissler, 337
N. W. 48 St., Oct. 20 Rabbi
S. M. Machtei officiated at the
Brisim of the sons of the follow-
ing recently: Set. and Mrs. Max
Baden, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F.
Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Waxman.
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MRS. LESLIE NAMES
AJC COMMITTEES
Committee appointments were
announced this week by Mrs. S
H. Leslie, president of the
Greater Miami chapter, Worn-
ens division, American Jewish
Congress, following a board
meeting at her home Monday.
Mrs. Leon Kronish and Mrs
Moses Krieger were named co-
chairmen of the membership
committee; Mrs. Benjamin Sher-
ry and Mrs. Gordon Wolken-
berg, co-chairmen, proram and
education; Mrs. Philip Salmon
and Mrs. Leonard Kimball co-
chairmen, publicity.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, cultural
education; Miss Malvina Weiss,
intercultural education; Mrs. A.
E. Wolfe, organization; Mrs.
Rose Weiss and Mrs. Sam Pros-
terman, European children proj-
ect; Mrs. Michael Arnold and
Mrs. Lee Meyers, European
clothing relief.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, commu-
nity interrelation; Mrs. Moses
Mescheloff and Mrs. Bessie
Reich, Congress defense house;
Mrs. I. Zimmerman and Mrs.
Sam Mazor, legislation and eco-
nomic discrimination; Mrs. Max
Shapiro and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man, interfaith; Mrs. Arthur
Treister, remembrance fund.
Mrs. Max Weisel and Mrs.
Clarence Cohn, Friday review;
Mrs. Ida Silberlicht and Mrs.
Martha Maurer, dinner dance;
Miss Ray Lachs and Mrs. Eman-
uel Baskind, fund raising proj-
ect; Miss Malvina Weiss and
Miss Clara Goldenberg, bulle-
tin; Mrs. Louis Glasser and Mrs.
Philip Salmon, donor luncheon.
LEAR-SCHOOL HOLDS
OPEN HOUSE TODAY
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Open house will be held by
the Lear school, 1010 West Ave.,
Miami Beach, today as part of
its observance of National Edu-
cation week.
In the morning visitors will
observe academic classes and
work. There will be two assem-
blies for elementary and high
school departments. Students
will enact the plays, "Rumpel-
stiltskin" and "The S t a rs
Heard."
Afternoon activities that will
be observed include dramatics,
music, art, swimming, archery
and other athletics.
GREETINGS
FRANCES K. POWELL
Tha Ultimate in Fine Foods
Re-Opening Her Newly En-
larged Dining Room
at
524 41st Street. Miami Beach
Friday. Nor. 16th, at 5 P. M.
With Banquet Dinner
Ph. for Reservations, 5-1646
ON El a! DAY
VITAMIN J^LTABLETS
*y RINK of Itt Tour min-
* imurn dally naii.reir.ent*
of,A and D Vitamins or of
B Complex Vitamins, In on*
pleasant tablet. Remember
tha name ONE-A-DAT
(brand) Vitamin Tablets.
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MILK
DO TENSE nerves make
you Wiktful. Crankr.
RestUesT Dr. Mile* Nervine
helps to lessen Nervous
Tension. Get it at your drug-
store. Bead directions and
use only as directed.
Alka-Seltzer
WHEN Headache, Mns-
rular Pains er Simple
Nraralsia, Distress after
Meals, Gas on Stomach, or
"Morning- After" Interfere
with your work or spoil
your fun, try Alka-Ssltztr.
JOIN THE CROWD .
AT THE
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SPONSORED BY THE EMANON CLUB
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 9 P. M-
POUCEMEN'S BENEVOLENT HALL
N". W. 23rd Avenue and 14th Street
DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT
DAVE TYLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Adsion $1.00 Pfa* Tax
Meets His Son's Liberator
Nineteen-year-old Gl Pfc. Paul Rodda of 1260 E. 32 St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
shows Mr. Frederick E. Dewy of 222 E. 56th St., N. Y. father of Andy
Dezsofi, the letter which will bring father and ton together. Pfc.
Rodda's squad liberated Mr. Dessy's ton, Andy, from a concentration
camp in Germany near Dachau in April, clothed him In a Gl uniform
and adopted him a* a member of their (quad. They even got him on
their steamship leaving for America, but the MPs threw him off. But
Pfc. Rodda had written a letter to hi* mother, Mrs. Harriet Rodda
asking her to find Andy's father.
When Government agencies turned her down In her attempt to locate
the boy's father, she applied to the National Refdgee Service to find
the needle in the haystack. At the National Refugee Service, Miss
Gladys Rubin, (shown) a search worker in the Location Service, re-
membered a friend of the Dezsofi family who had arranged for hia
migration to the United States. This brainstorm resulted In the re-
union of Pfc. Rodda and his buddy's father. The National Refugee
Service has already cabled representatives in Europe to find Andy
and will attempt to bring him as an Immigrant into this country. The
National Refugee Service receives its fund* from the United Jewish
ADDeal.
TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S CLUB
SPONSORS
TOWN HALL FORUM
4-STAR LECTURES NOTED PERSONALITIES
ROBERT ST. JOHN
December 11th
WAR CORRESPONDENT
Author "From Land of Silent People'
In London during 'blitz"
RAY JOSEPH
January 31st
COMMENTATOR
Author "Argentine Diary"
MAX HILL
February 26th
RADIO COMMENTATOR
Chief, Tokyo Associated Press
18 Months Prisoner of War
Author "Exchange Ship"
ERIKA MANN
April 23rd
Correspondent 1st and 9th Armies
and Canadian Troops
Author Actress
MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT
Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St., 9-2759
H. U. Feibelman, 1st Nat'l Bank, 2-7484
Arthur S. Kahn, 127 N. W. 2nd St., 2-4539
Herman Binder, 615 Olympia Bldg., 3-0828
Or Any Committee Member
PRICE OF BOOK 4 TICKETS. $4.00. Tax Included
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P*Y. NOVEMBER j

St. John To Open
Town Hall Forum
Tickets for its four-star lecture
series are being sold by the
Men's club of Temple Israel in
preparation for the first event
Dec. 11. Robert St. John, war
correspondent and author of
"From the Land of the Silent
People," will be the first guest
speaker on the Town Hall forum.
Mr. St. John, who went
through the London 'blitz," will
lecture at Miami Senior High
school, as will the other three
speakers. Scheduled for Jan.
31, 1946, is Ray Joseph, radio
commentator and author of "Ar-
,i gentine Diary."
Max Hill, chief of the Tokyo
bureau of the Associated Press,
will speak here Feb. 26, 1946.
Radio commentator and author
of "Exchange Ship," Mr. Hill
was a prisoner of war for 18
months.
F.rika Mann, author, actress
and correspondent with the First
and Ninth Armies and Canadian
troops, will conclude the forum
on April 23, 1945.
Tickets are available at Tem-
ple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th st..
phone 9-1757. or from the fol-
lowing people: H. U. Feibclman,
2-7484: Arthur S. Kalin. 2-4539.
and Herman Binder. 3-0828. A
book of four tickets is priced
at $4, tax included.
COUNCIL TO BEGIN
ENGLISH CLASSES
English speaking classes tor
the foreign born will be opened
at 8 p. m. Wednesday evening
at the Congress building office
of the Miami section. National
Council of Jewish Women, which
sponsors the project. Mrs
Simon Hochberger will teach
the classes which arc free.
Naturalization classes are con-
tinuing with Mrs. Joel Bclov as
instructor. Both teachers are
wives of members of the Uni-
versity of Miami facility.
Another continuing service oi
the Council is its aid to persons
attempting to locate friends and
relatives abroad.
HOSPITAL DRIVE
AIDES NAMED
Announcement of members of
the community advisory commit-
tee of the $2,000,000 Mercy hos-
pital building fund campaign
which will begin next February,
was made Saturday by George
C. Estill. general chairman.
Among those serving with
George E. Whitten, chairman,
will be Allen T. Abess, Leo J.
Adecb, Sam Becker. Benjamin
E. Bronston, Jerome Greenwald,
A. Frank Katzentine, Marcie
Liberman, Max O r ovil N.
Douglas Raff, Joseph Rambam,
Alfred Stone. Dr. Barney Wcin-
kle and Mitchell C. Wolfson.
AIC SCHEDULES
NIGHT REVIEW
No book review will be given
on Friday. Nov. 23. Mis. Philip
Salmon of the Women's division
of the American Jewish Con-
gress, announces. Instead, the
AJC will hold its first night book
review on Wednesday. Nov. 28.
at 8 p. m. in the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will dis-
cuss Rabbi Milton Steinberg's
"A Partisan's Guide to the Jew-
ish Problem" at that time. Sub-
scriptions will be honored
Guests will be charged SI. Pro-
ceeds are given to the AJCs Eu-
ropean Children's Project Fund.
There's a big job ahead. Be
ready to subscribe to the Victory
Loan.
CENTER WOMEN
TO GIVE DRAMA
"The Baltic.- a dramatic pn s-
ention. will highlight the pro-
gram of the regular moiling ol
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Sisterhood, 8:30 p. m, Monday
at the Center.
Participants in the sketch Will
be Mrs. Emanuel Barkan, Mrs.
Arthur Klein. Mrs. Benjamin
Kohn, Mrs. Isadore Newman.
Mrs. Nathan Stieiel and Mrs. Al-
fred Stone.
The Center's Junior Choral
group, under the direction oi
Cantor Barkan, will sing s( veral
selections. Refreshments and a
social hour will follow the mi
ing.
ATTENTION!
Will board Jewish high school
girl for $25 a week.
MAYFAIR
828 Commerce Street
Miami Beach, Apt. 2

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"Fo'nri Fit for A Kinc"
OPENED WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 14TH
Chef's SpecialsCharcoal Steaks and ChopsSupper Specialties
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TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT
JEWISH HUNGARIAN COOKING
The Best Meal m Town
645 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
A. FARKAS
PHONE 5-6478
Manafled EHREN REICH'S "WTW1
GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL DINING ROOM
516 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Daily and Sunday Hours Luncheon 12 to 1
Dinner 5 to 8 -Enjoy Delicious Poods
Strictly Kosher
Reservations Must Be Made Tor Friday's and Saturdays Dmnt'i
Hotel
Rooms
Available
A Treat
tc f-e
Put :
The Finest in
French Cuisine
Steaks and
Chopa Are
Best Quality
Great Variety
of Foods
Wofford Terrace
DINING ROOM
Collins Ave. at 24th Street
Miami Beach on the Ocean
Phone 5891
Chicken. In-
Pot
Sea Foods
Prime R.t>s
of Beef
All the Best
Under Direct Supervision of Tony Barrero, As In the Past
NO MINIMUM "NOW OPEN" NO COVER
BROWN DERBY CLUB
DINING AND DANCING
8 A. M. TO 2 A. M. LIQUORS CHOICE WINES
STEAK AND SEA FOOD SPECIALS
A LA CARTE SERVICE AT ALL TIMES
400 SEATING CAPACITY
K. W. 7th AVENUE AT 60th ST. 78-2339
BROWARD WOMEN IN
BUSY SOCIAL SEASON
B'nai B'rith Women of Brow-
.,,,! county recently honored ser-
vicemen and returned service-
men al a party .it the clubrooms
in Foil Lauderdale. Among the
honorees were Dr. A. E. !>;'u'-
man, Joe Cohen, Arthur Stone.
Oscar sicu.il and Nate Levine.
I e young nun have returned
: t the p ofi isional and business
life nt the community. The
Young Women of B'nai B nth
were hostesses for the occasion.
and among those present were
the Misses Muriel Rosner. Irma
Lee Weinstein, Gloria Freeman,
Ruth Ferdinand, Pearl Shapiro,
Jewel Simon. Denna Guzlk,
iRodine Kesscll, Lillian Sultan;
senior hostesses were Mrs. Bea
Singer, Mrs. Rose Reese and
l ill ian Taylor.
The chapter is planning a card
party to csl iblish a fund for the
Four I : Library founded
at the University of Illinois in
oi the late President
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Tickets
will be 63c in keeping with the
,y n bol thai Prei id< nt Roosevelt
,: ed .i th age of 63. Mrs. Abe
' Tarler, president of the chapter,
. sale of tickets.
The Young Women of B'nai
; B'nth u :. iunce that there will
be door prizes and refreshments
will !" served. Among the
members working on the affair
Pearl Shapiro, Mrs.
Si gal, Mrs. Rose Epst< in,
Mrs. W instein, Mrs.
Ellen Shapiro, Mrs. Ruth Gross
and M I la i< I Sii gel.
Partii ipating in the Victory
11 ve, the members are
e ol the booth in
the 1 Bank and Trust
Con pany one of the busiest
spots in town. Among those
giving their time and
effort are Mrs. Esther Wein-
stein. in, Mrs. Edith Hy-
man, Mrs. Lillian Tarler, Mrs.
R a S '. M ley SLVne,
... Korsol, and Airs.
N nan. Mrs. Wein-
stein has qi iti a record in war
bond di iv ig the last one
the i inly woman in the
county awarded a "jeep" for
i sold.
DINE IN COMFORT AT THE
STRAND RESTAURANT
Washington Avr. at 12th St.. Miami Beach
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED
i| unu'WllI -ii Mm IH -.....' HtlW*l
Telephone 58-2979
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
PRINCESS PARK
6800 W. FLAGLER ST.
Florida's Coney Island
Now Open!
Bus No. 16 to Gate
101 AMUSEMENTS 101
DancingThrill Rides-
Educational Exhibits
Fun for All the Family
No GamblingNo Games of
ChanceNo Beer, Wine. Liq-
uorPlenty of Free Parking.
75.000 CERTIFICATES
USED SINCE 1939
JERUSALEM (JTA)None of
the 75,000 immigration certifi-
cates made available to the
Jewish Agency under the White
Paper of 1939 are left, it was an-
nounced here by Eliahu Dobkin,
Agency immigration chief.
Seventy-two thousand were dis-
tributed by the Agency, and the
last 3,000 directly by the Pales-
tine Government, when the
Agency refused to accept any
further certificates while the
White Paper restrictions re-
mained in force.
Mr. Dobkin said that 12.700
refugees entered Palestine in
the Jewish year 5705. which
ended the beginning of Septem-
ber. He disclosed. that three
"aid units" which will work un-
der UNRRA exclusively for
Jewish refugees are leaving this
week. Two are going to Italy
and one to Germany.
The Agency, Dobkin said, has
overcome various difficulties in-
volved in taking Jews out of
Eastern European countries
within the Russian sphere and
it is now possible for Jews to
emigrate from almost every Eu-
ropean countrywere certifi-
cates available.
BPW BOABDtOmS
FINAL PLW IQJS
Business and Pr .
Women board mefe
meet Tuesday even? J*
o clock at the home of J
Bernstein, 1345 West *
make final plans for ftJ^ ?
bership tea to be he Id L **
Polly Gershon ^i'ft
chairman; Freda ShE^S
gram chairman; pfflLft
man, social chairman and n*
Levine, publicity chairm*1*
report on their work & S>
At the meeting Mondavi1?
the BPW heard a reSort^
Hadassah national Tnv ?
from Frances Cooper, BPw?
ident, and Mrs. Abraham nt
man, Hadassah ffgg *<**
Think, act. be Ari^rkam '
Play safedon't talk.
Organization and key person-
nel of the 1946 Federation drive
were discussed by members of
the Campaign Planning commit*
tee who met with William D. j
Singer, chairman of next year's
campaign, Tuesday. The drive
will be organized on a division-
al setup.
Replacement of Irving First,
assistant executive director of
Federation who resigned last
week, may be made in the '
spring, Morris Klass, executive
director, said this week. A tem-
porary assistant may be hired
for the campaign, he said.
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TEMPORARY LOCATION
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Under my plan beneficiaries have received more than 20 .
increase from their present policies at no additional
premium cost.
H. A- Binder, Suite No. 615 Olympia Bid*
Blumenfeld's
FOR THE BEST
HOME COOKED MEALS
Daily 4:30 P. M. lo!^
Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. M.
Restaurant666 Collins AvenueMiami Beach
Closed Every Monday

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REOPENING NOVEMBER 20TH
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DANCING ON THE BAY
JOSE TORONTO'S RHUMBA VAGABONDS
ADDED ATTRACTION
SPORN & DUKOFF
ARISTOCRATS OF MELODY
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829 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida^
MR. BERNARD RAKOFF
KAUFMANS HOTEL. ATLANTIC CITY
MR. A. HYMAN _
OF THE LORRAINE HOTEL, ATLANTIC Cli*
have leased the
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727 Collins Ave Miami Beach ,
and will operate under their same principle" <
and management with strictly
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iY, NOVEMBER 16. 1945
+JewistiFk>ricnan
PAGE FIVE
1045-1946 Florida racing
will get underway Tues-
iniht as the gates at the
1 Fheler Kennel club open
L 80-night meeting through
I11'
Idur the personal supervi-
T nf Jacob Sher, president,
.William L. Huntley, vice
Lent and general manager
TooDUlar downtown West
track has been improved,
bated and redecorated. Chief
he the improvements has
i the enlarging of the mezza-
an,l its mutuels depart-
the spacious, mezzanine
being the largest at any
feda dog track. Patrons of
[mezzanine center also will
liven the added convenience
new electric odds board in
i to the large all-track
Another feature of the
kanim is the new richly ap-
itcd ladies lounge,
he entire racing plant has
k encircled with a new and
fcctive concrete fence while
taree grandstand has been re-
bated. With the gardens
/shrubs in top color, the track
lately groomed and the great-
Iroster of greyhounds in his-
kenneled, even the more
lervative predict that West
feki will erase all state rec-
for the sport, all but one
record now being held by
"Track of Champions."
frith schooling races to be
fcphtni Saturday night. Pre-
kg Judge H. M. Barton and
Eng Secretary Norval Allen,
T draft the initial 10-race pro-
hi which will be presented
day night starting at 8 p. m.
program will headline the
iuul Inaugural Classic, an
bit this year which promises
fettract its greatest entry in
lorv. Early favorites include
two champions of the Eastern
summer season, Flashy Sir and
Bit of Fuzz. Both have schooled
in near record time and figure
to hold a slight edge although
more than a score of outstanding
eligibles for this major race
were being considered at press
time. West Flagler boasts the
nation's top-ranking 40 kennels
and the race for track honors
promises to soar to new heights.
Although West Flagler will
not have hurdle racing this year,
this event being eliminated last
season when the number of
jumpers available required dis-
continuance, it will offer a new
course. It will be known as the
Flagler Course and is a distance
between 5/16 mile and the
Derby 3/8 mile distance. As in
recent years, West Flagler again
will be as the only track offer-
ing its patrons the glass starting
box. The plant is equipped for
steam heat to add to the com-
fort of its patrons on cool eve-
nings.
In addition to Presiding Judge
Barton, Racing Secretary Allen,
other members of the official
family are W. J. Stougton, asso-
ciate judge; Thomas E. Hogan,
paddock judge; Verne Soules,
timer; L. Schnibbe, s t a r t e %',
James W. Elder, jr., lure opera-
tor; C. S. Turner, jr., clerk of
scales and kennel steward; Dr.
J. H. Yarborough, veterinarian;
Al W Deickman, mutuels man-
ager; Dinty D. Dennis, an-
nouncer-publicity; Merrill Watts,
program and form chart, and
Bert L. Acker, public relations.
CHANGE MEETINGS
Meetings of the steering com-
mittee of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center's building campaign
have been changed to Sunday
mornings at the Center. The
meetings, formerly held on Thurs-
days, will begin at 10:30 A. M.
Breakfast will be served.
Buy More War Bonds.
ROSENWALD MISSES
COUNCIL MEETING
By HERMAN A. BINDER
Following the meeting
Wednesday night I talked with
Rabbi Elmer Berger, executive
director for the American Coun-
cil of Judaism, who addressed
an audience of 500 at Temple
Israel.
Rabbi Berger ably presented
the views held by the propon-
ents of the Council. Lcssing J.
Rosenwald, scheduled to appear
at the meeting, was not present.
Rabbi Berger told me that since
the Council was organized 30
months ago, he and his col-
leagues have enlisted an overall
national membership of ap-
proximately 10,000. A sum of
$150,000 has been subscribed
(most of it subtly referred to as
coming from the Rosenwald,
Sears Roebuck cash box) for dis-
seminating the principles advo-
cated by the Council. He in-
ferred the executives were im-
placable and in their efforts to
attain the Council's objectives,
may invite non-Jews to become
members of their organization.
Herbert U. Feibelman opened
the meeting and presented B. E.
Bronston, president, South Flor-
I ida chapter. He in turn intro-
duced Dr. Carl N. Herman, West
Palm Beach, who after a few
introductory remarks pertainin-
ing to the speaker of the eve-
ning, presented Rabbi Elmer
Berger. Dr. Herman acted as
moderator during the question
and answer period.
VICTOR REOPENS
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MODESTE ALLOC CONDUCTOR
|c;y na-,r 0f Symphony Subscription Concerts beginning no-
Rember 18 anP19 Y Sandor-Spivakowsky_S,r Thomas
BeechamGorinSpaldingOratona
Sunday Afternoons-4:30 Monday Evenings8:30
At Miami Senior High School
Sub,., $6.00. $7.20. $9.00. $10.80. Inel. Fed Tax
1219 Lincoln Road; Cordelia, 44 S. E. 1st street.
THE OPERA GUILD
PRESENTS
"FAUST
i i
TICKETS ON SALE AT BURDINE'S
BEGINNING MONDAY
AI.so ON BALE AT
Cordelia's Book and Card Shop
44 S. E. FIRST STREET
Philpitl's Music Store
36 N. MIAMI AVE.
Reopening of the Victor hotel
is set for Nov. 20, according to
David Rosner, managing direc-
tor, who has been a hotel man
here for 12 years.
Located at the corner of 12th
st. on the ocean, the Victor has
a unique glass-enclosed dining
room facing the water, a health
solarium, elevator service and
other modern features.
Strictly kosher cuisine is main-
tained, Mr. Rosner announces.
The dining room is open to the
public, but reservations must be
made in advance.
ALPERT'S
FAMOUS DELICATESSEN
AND RESTAURANT
OPEN FOR THE SEASON
SATURDAY, NOV. 10th

"Serving the Finest"
*
POPULAR PRICES
6 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach
SOVIET FRIENDSHIP
IS MEETING THEME
American-S o v i e t friendship
will be the theme of the meeting
which the Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood will hold at 2 p. m.
Wednesday afternoon at the
Temple.
The program will include the
presentation of a British Infor-
mation service film, "The Soviet
School Child." Mrs. Molcha
Reich of the Great Miami coun-
cil of American-Soviet Friend-
ship will be the principal speak-
er. An exhibit on the Soviet
Union will appear in the lobby
Mrs. Leon Kronish is program
chairman and Mrs. Leon Ell,
president of the Sisterhood.
ADULT STUDIES
OPEN SESSIONS
Opening session of the Adult
Jewish Studies group was held
Tuesday evening at Temple
Israel under the co-sponsorship
of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, Beth David, Temple
Israel and the Miami Y.
The sessions, which will oe
held for four months, include
courses in beginners' Hebrew,
intermediate Hebrew, great pas-
sages in the Bible and modern
hisory of Jews in Americas, Eu-
rope and Palesine.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi
Saul Appelbaum and Abraham
P. Gannes are teaching the
Wceklv classes of the Teach-
ers' Training Institute, spon-
sored by the BJE, Beth David,
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Temple Beth Sholom and Tem-
ple Israel began last week. Ses-
sions are held at Beth David.
A fund raising party will be
given by Mrs. Pearl Radman at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Zalis. 1668 S. W. 14 t, Tues-
day evening. Admission will
be SI 50. Proceeds will be sent
to the Palestine Emergency
Fund through the Pioneer Wom-
en's Organization of which Mrs.
Radman is an officer.
Refreshments will be served.
Mrs. Anna Rubin is in charge of
the program which will consist
of. musical elections by Mrs.
He/ioh, a-talk by Rabbi Joseph
E Rackovsky and a recitation
from Shrjlem Aleichem by
Henry Seitlin.
ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY
IN EUROPE i.:iD PALESTINE
With the funds provided by Amfriran Jews through the nationwide
campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needa and
Palestine, an intensive program is lieing earried on to speed the recovery ID
Europe and Palestine of Jewjsh children who Survived the Hitler holocaust.
Photos 6how (above) Jewish children learning to smile again in a children**-
home in Berlin maintained with the help of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee; (below) immediately following their arrival in Palestine, re[u8*"J
children from Europe are given special health care at a center established
with the aid of the United Palestine Appeal. The relief, rehabilitation and(
resettlement of the younger generation of the Jewish survivors in Europe!
occupies a place of paramount importance in the programs of the Joint Distri-
bution Committee, United Palestine AppeaJ and National Refugee erviee
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VOLUME 18
NUMBER 46
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JOIN NOW
With a backlog of more than one hundred years oi service
to its credit. B'nai B'rith has launched a national membership
drive. Locally. Sholem lodge in Miami and the newly formed
Miami Beach lodge are carrying out a concentrated campaign
to increase its membership.
B'nai B'rith's war record has been more than commenda-
ble. Not only did it give its time and effort to a pace-setting sale
of bonds and to various services for service men. But it also
continued without interruption its international youth program
for university students through Hillel Foundations and for
younger boys and girls through group activities in Jewish
communities.
Simultaneously with their membership drive local B'nai
B'rith men and women are well on their way toward selling
two million dollars worth of bonds in the Eighth Victory Loan
drivean indication that B'nai B'rith won't reconvert to a full
peacetime program until the urgent needs of the government
and the armed forces are fulfilled.
B'nai B'rith is one of the few organizations which can offer
itself as a fraternal order that can and does include a cross-
section of the Jewish population. Yet. while it does not set it-
self up for any particular segment of the community, there is
reason to recommend B'nai B'rith particularly to the war vete.
ran* who wish to find their niche in civilian life. For in the ranks
of B'nai B'rith the veteran will find the warm reception and:
spirit of camadarie that is necessary for his social readjust- !
ment to civilian lifethe same spirit that applies to all loyal
"Sons of the Covenant."
BEHIND THE ARAB RIOTS
Although the official Arab agencies' call for a general strike
in Palestine to protest against the Balfour Declaration was
heeded by Arabs, there were no incidents in Palestine, not even
the slightest attempt to attack a Jew, but in neighboring lands,
in Egypt and Tripolitana, veritable anti-Jewish pogroms took
place.
There are many conclusions that one might draw, one
being that the case for Jewish Palestine is very strongly sup-
ported, for in Palestine, where the Jews are in considerable
numbers, the Jews were secure. Apparently, the hopes of Jew-
ish security rest on concentrating their numbers in Palestine.
But there are other conclusions that one might draw or at
least inferences that one might read in these events, and one
of these, again, is, to ask whether or not the British have not
some culpability in these outbreaks. English officials are of
course expressing their regrets, but there seems to be some evi-
dence to support the view put out by Dr. Wise over the Town
rfall forum of the air debate on Palestine, namely, that "repre-
hensible underlings of the English colonial office" were respon-
sible for them.
Tripoli is now under British control and certainly the British
must have known of the Arab plans and, doubtless, could have
prevented them had they striven to prevent them with as much ;
xeal as they seek to prevent a poor Jewish refugee from land- [
ing in Palestine.
It is a matter of common knowledge that the present stand
of the British government in Palestine was decided on recently
cd the conference in London of the British diplomats from the
" idle West It was there that it was decided to uphold the
ite Paper and to repudiate the Balfour Declaration. These
is diplomats who came to London are now back in the Arab
lands, and it is not difficult to put two and two together.
Now we hear from President Truman and Foreign Secretary
Bevin that a Joint Anglo-American commission is being set up
to study the Jewish problems in Europe and Palestine. Although
the commission has all the earmarks of useless procrastination,
we earnestly await the results of the investigation and charge
the commission to be speedy and practical in its enquiry so
that Justice may at last be served.
Jehoshua Chankin, one of first
Jewish settlers in Palestine, died
in Tel Aviv at age of 80 last
week American Zionist
Emergency council calls Joint
Anglo-American commission new
evasion of Jewish problem .
Three Hebrew universitly shol-
arships and one fellowship estab-
lished by ZOA 1500 Ameri-
can communities conduct drives
for UJA Pioneer Women's Or-
ganization go out for half million
dollars Morris Catchman,
Texas manufacturer, to establish
furniture factory in Tel Aviv
j suburb B'nai B'rith Women
of west coast send $10,476 for
Jewish refugee children in Pal-
I estine and Great Britain .
I Arab Office protests against
I March of Time's Palestine film
... Air raid sirens to be used as
I warning of terroist disturbances
1 in Palestine Henry Morgen-
i thau, Jr., asks immediate admis-
j sion of at least 100,000 Jews into
Palestine and United Nations or-
ganization review of the prob-
lem .
Nation-wide campaign to col-
lect Hebrew religious articles
for displaced Jews intensified
by Agudath Israel Youth Coun-
cil of America First Jew to
hold cabinet post in South Africa
Is Dr. Henry Gluckman, new
minister of health HIAS has
complete list of Jewish refugees
in Shanghai and will forward
money there Army helps
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
contact Shanghai AZA for first
time in four years Columbia
reported willing to admit 1.000
Jewish families from Europe .
Jewish Marine league in London
plans training ship for youths on
Thames Return of apart-
ments to Paris Jews proceeds
slowly Gen. Eisenhower
lauds Jewish chaplains Res-
toration of synagogues and Jew-
ish cemeteries begun by Union
of Orthodox Jews of Poland .
Joseph D. Rosevich, former sec-
retary to Gen. Patton, sails to
aid Europe Jews in JDC relief
program .
Sixty-five Jewish hospitals are
open to Jews and non-Jews in
U. S. JTA estimates that of
300,000 high school age Jewish
boys and girls in U. S, only
15,000 are getting Jewish educa-
tion ... Dr. Victor E. Reichert's
"The Birthday of a Book," an
essay commenorating 500th an-
niversary of first Hebrew Bible
concordance, issued by Commis-
sion on Jewish Education .
Transfer of U. S. atomic knowl-
edge to international control
commission asked by Synagogue
Council of America Assur-
ance that U. S. will keep doors
open to immigration voiced by
Senator Edwin C. Johnson of
Colorado .
EMANON CLUB GIVES
DANCE SUNDAY
SOC-rEMANON, CLUB GIVES
Emdrlon club members will be
hosts to the Miami Y and friends
St a dance .9 p. m. Sunday eve-
ning at the Policemen's Benevo-
lent hall. N. W. 23 ave. and 14
ft. Dave Tyler's orchestaa will
provide the music. Entertain-
ment is being plariped.
Chairman. of ther dance com-
mittee is Bill Feldman, who is
being assisted by Shirley jSeitlin,
Jean Guberman, Shirley* Roths-
child and Frances Ginfcbflrg.
Tickets, priced at $1 #US tax,
may be bought at the dojr. Pro-
ceeds will be used to flecorate
the Ys 8tagJs TJM-Einajon club
Is composed r>f men affix women
19 years and older. j
MORRIS BROS. OPEN
THIRD STORE DEC. 1
Morris Bros, department stores
will have a Lincoln rd. shop on
Dec. 1 in addition to th* Wash-
ington ave. store and the Miami
store on Flagler St., Morris Good-
man, head of the company, an-
nounced this week.
The new store, located at 541
Lincoln rd. in the Medical build-
ing, will carry a complete line
of famous-name brands of elec-
trical appliances arid exclusive
occasional furniture together
with gifts and antiques.
S. B. Kulvin has. been appoint-
ed manager and buyer of the
electrical appliances department
and Mrs. Deborah Wood will fee
In charge of the excfasive'*home
furnishings accessories shop.
TEMPLE MEN HOLD
FATHER. SON NIGHT
"Bring your own son or bor-
row one" is the call being is-
sued to members of the Men's
club of Temple Israel for its
Father and Son night to be held
in Kaplan hall of the Temple,
6:30 p. m. Wednesday evening.
On the program will be Tony
McCracken, football coach of
Miami Edison: George Trodgon,
football coach Miami Senior
High; Erl Roman, fishing editor
of the Miami Herald; Max Ros-
enfeld, president of the Miami
Beach Anglers club, and a magi-
cian.
A buffet supper will be served.
Admission is free but reserva-
tions are necessary.
MISS~HARRIS TO WED
BALTIMORE SOLDIER
,aJ^r a?. 1890 S. W. Fifth st., announces
trie engagement of their daugh-
ter, Edith, to Cpl. Melvin H.
Sand'er. AUS, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Rubin Sandier, of Balti-
more.
Miss Harris, who attended
schools in Baltimore, is now in
the Maryland city where she has
Been doing war work. Cpl.
Sapdler attended Johns Hopkins
university before enWmg the
Army. He recently returned
rrom oversea^, and-is now sU-
ttonerfat Camp Mesd. No date
has been set for thr wedding.
NOVEMbq,
'I'm sorry, Mr. Eaglefeather, but our company
policy is to employ 100% Americans only."
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Mtictfy eonjidtuiM
UNTOLD STORY ..
The story of a rabbi in a small
town in Long Island would, if
told in full, make you wonder
whether we live in a democracy
. The rabbi had been so
thoroughly terrorized by anti-
Semitic hoodlums that he is
afraid to take a walk on the
street after sunset ... He prefers
the security of the cemetery, be-
cause, as he puts it, "dead people
can't throw stones."
PUZZLE...
Drew Pearson, the know-it-all
Washington columnist, reports
that the Pope "sheltered more
than 6500 Jews disguised as
clerics in the Vatican during the
war" The story is fantastic
for these reasons: The total area
of the Vatican is about a sixth
of a square mile, or 109 acres,
and the total population of Vati-
can City in normal times is 1025
. So how could one hide six
times that total population in an
area built up to house the orig-
inal population? No, Mr.
Pearson, something in your re-
port doesn't tally Besides,
the total Jewish population of
Rome was approximately 11,000
men, women and children
So do you, Mr. Pearson, mean
to say that the Vatican took in
the entire male Jewish popula-
tion of Rome? .
THERE AND HERE .
The British concentration
camps for Jews in the Sudan
and Eritrea are a disgrace to hu-
manity Prisoners are lashed
with cat-o-nine-tails and then
dipped in salt water, so that the
victims are left smarting for
many days Did you know,
by the way, that British censor-
ship forbids any quotation from
the Hebrew Bible in the Hebrew
Rress of Palestine? Martin
iemoeller hasn't given up the
idea of an American good will
tour
su
considered the most influential
Protestant cleryman in Germany
but those who know him don't
quite trust his verbal liberalism
. Did you realize that Senator
Theodore F. Bilbo is virtually
the mayor of Washington, by
reason of his chairmanship of
the Senate District Committee,
which controls- the government
of the District of Columbia? .
And we want to- point out that
the Washington Times-Herald,
which published John O'Don-
By PHINEAS J. BIRON_
nell's famous
painiei ir|hiJlp
ur ... The former" German of Max: BamT byA& W*H
bmarine commander still is f' f^'clpany. *S
Patton coital
made no attempt to apolojil
but, on the contrary, suppoflu
O'Donnell's slurs on Jerry...f
ORGANIZATION NEWS
The New York Chapter of I
American Jewish committee i
hold a "Clinic on Anti-S
ism" on Nov. 20 ... The in
dope is that it's in the
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver 1
will be oloctod president of I
Zionist Organization of An
by a unanimous vote at the J
lantic City convention ... I
Emanuel Newmann will havell
take charge of the presidatM
administrative duties for Ritil
Silver ... hi a recent interval
in the New York Post Rail
James G. Heller, chairman of Hi
United Palestine Appeal, nail
an interesting autobiographdl
revelation Rabbi H*l
claims to be the last in aml
broken line of rabbis that 1*1
back five hundred years in j
family James is the last H
cause his three children are |
girls .
ABOUT PEOPLE..
Within three months AW
Einstein will once more ntf
the headlines of the world pr* |
in connection with a revoh** |
ary scientific discovery- 1
latest rumor about preside**
adviser Judge Sam RosenMJ
that he will run for the PF
ship of the Court of AppeW
New York in 1946... Bunk*
we, Judge Rosemann is *
to return to private life I
true that Robert Mos* >
York's Park Commissioner,
succeed Harold L.Ickg
retary of the Interior-^-
Ehrenbourg. the diswi ,
Soviet writer America to write a novei^
with American lite _j
tulations to Max Band, ^
painter ^...Th^boAJ^
s company, ^
that Band belongs t"^ l
modern masters of uw ^
Arthur Koestler,
who is enjoying so
in'tn.^untry.hasaPP'-^
in who *-""".' -chin j
Palestinian cm*W ^ g
intends to make the ^
his permanent home &
claim that Billy^ yd
inutive toP?"0Jcff>2
spectacles, fas' o
nearly three mull on
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kTEB MIAMI JUM4VY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Oi The Iwtah Wellaxe Board Help Ui Keep > Record of Our Men in Service
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SERVICE vliiMMDE!
ZION TAG DAY TO PROMOTE
SALE OF LAND IN PALESTINE
INHA SERVICE
>Mii A Memorial ser-
Vwere held Oct. 21 in Ma-
for the late Lt. Robert
hpr Lt. Richter s wife and
reside with bis Parents. Mi-
Mrs. Joseph Richter, at 4666
tnaPiain Colman A. Zwitman,
lihf Army's Manila base, con-
Ed th" service. Lt. Richter.
fcrmer student of the Umvers-
r0f Florida, was a member of
congregation of the Temple
Lei Chaplain Zwitman is
hi of this congregation on
[ve as Army Chaplain. The
aplain informed members of
Richter's unit of the pro-
sed memorial services and
-any attended.
|Lt Richter was a supply offi-
ir of the 148th infantry regi-
ment On Feb. 7 his unit, under
Instant Jap shelling, occupied
he courtyard of the presidential
dace in Manila. In the court-
Bird, Lt. Richter noticed one of
|is men, Al Gold, who had been
Ct bv enemy fire, writhing in
kin." The lieutenant rushed to
Eve assistance. As he was ad-
ministering aid to the wounded
ban, a shell exploded in the
purtyard and both patient and
hfcuer were instantly killed.
Lt. Richter was buried Feb. 8.
3e was posthumously awarded
he Silver Star medal for hero-
Like father, like son, Larry
Kaplan left for Camp Blanding
last Friday on his 18th birthday
to replace his father, Louis E.
Kaplan, 1127 Ocean blvd.,
Golden Beach. The elder Kap-
lan is a veteran of campaigns in
France, Belgium and Germany.
Waunded in the chest by shrap-
nel, he refused the Purple Heart
when it was offered him because,
as his son says, "Dad wasn't
looking for any glory. He
wanted to get in, do his duty
and get out." Larry is a former
state guardsman.
Chaplain Morris J. Besdin, son
of Mrs. Ida Besdin, 624 S. W. 14
ave., has been promoted to cap-
tain. He has been serving over-
seas for the past four months,
touring Alaska and the Aleu-
tians as chaplain of the Alaska
department. He was formerly
rabbi of the Congregation Beth
Hamidrash Hagodol of Washing-
ton Heights, N. Y.
S-lc Morris Melcalfe, son of
Mr. and Mrs. D. Metcalfe. 1268
S. W. Fourth St., has reported to
Norfolk, Va., for reassignment
after completing signal corps
training at Bainbridge, Md. He
will probably help transport
troqps to the U. S. from England
aboard the transport Randolph.
Among Miami men honorably
discharged at Camp Blanding
Saturday are Sgt. Theodore
Rubel, 781 Washington ave., and
Pfc. Cornell Wolf, 2843 Sheridan
ave.
T-4 David S. Goldfine. son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dolgin. 900
Pennsylvania ave., has been re-
leased from the Army after serv-
ing almost four years in the
transportation corps. He made
six trips to and from Europe
carrying troops over and bring-
ing back wounded servicemen.
He wears the Bronze Star. ETO
and American Theater ribbons
and the Good Conduct medal.
CpL M. S. Kaufman, son of
At. and Mrs. H. L. Kaufman, 831
(Second st., Miami Beach, has in-
Iformed his parents that he
["hopes to be home" by the end
I of the year. He is stationed on
llwo Jima. Cpl. Kaufman en-
tered the Army in February,
11941 and has served overseas
since March of this year. He
wears two battle stars.
Discharged from Camp Bland-
ing Monday were T/Sgi. Charles
E. Fried. 1416 S. W. Sixth st..
and Pfc. Herman Goldstein. 305
N. W. Second ave.
After three years' service. Pfc.
Robert Marcus, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Marcus, 4520 Alton
rd., has been discharged. He
served 18 months in Italy with
the air corps ground forces. He
has two brothers, Lt. Stanley
Marcus, who is now in France
and expected borne in December,
and Alan Marcus, S 2-c. now
stationed in Norman, Okla.
UNITED NATIONS
A DAY ON THE FARM!
UNKR YU60SU/IA'S MEW
SYSTEM OF EDUCATION,
HIGH SCHOOL STUOEnTS
FROM THE CITIES Will SPEND
ONE OAy AWEEK WORKING
on COOPERATIVE FARMS.
NORWEGIAN USO
^APPRECIATION TO THE ALLIES.NORWEGIArl
ENTERTAINERS PERFORM NIGHTLY WITHOUT
COMPENSATION BEFORE AMERICAN AMD
BRITISH SERVICE CLUBS IN OSLO.
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JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
41 EAST 42nd STI
lT-MEW.Yplk 17, NX
PHILIPPINE BANKS.
WITH THE END OF THE WAR,
PHILIPPINE BANKS WERE ABLE
TO RECLAIM FROM THE
aS.TRASURy io,ooopoo x
DEPOSITED FOR SAFE-KEEPING |
INTHEEARLYDAYSOFTHE
JAP INVASION.
Under the slogan "Land for a Jewish Commonwealth," graphi-
cally emphasized in the above reproduction of a Jewish National
Fund poster, a popular effort will be made on Zion Tag Day. Nov.
25, and the week preceding to secure mass support for the $20,-
000,000 program of the Jewish National Fund for the acquisition
of new land tracts in Palestine.
Corps of volunteers, recruited from among the membership
of youth organizations and Zionist groups, have been organized in
many communities by the local Jewish Fund councils for the dis-
tribution of "Zion Tags," which will be offered in acknowledgment
of popular contributions ranging from dimes and quarters to larger
sums to help implement the 1946 Keren Kayemeth land acquisition
program which will make possible the establishment of new Jewish
agricultural settlements in Palestine.
Reb. Berele the Shochet
ANNOUNCES THAT HE SELLS
REAL KOSHER POULTRY
At the Westchester Market
237 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
Under the Supervision and Endorsement of theOnlT
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHHUTH
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Director
Recently liberated from the
prison camp at Takaoka, Japan,
and now a patient at Mayo Gen-
eral hospital. Major Max Bern-
stein has been visiting his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bern-
stein, at 911 Michigan ave. A
1937 graduate of Rush Medical
school, he entered the service in
February, 1941. He arrived in
the Philippines in October. 1941,
and was assigned to the 59th
Coast Artillery at Ft. Hughes,
Caballao, which is one of the
four forts surrounding Corregi-
dor. On May 6, 1942, the Yanks
hoisted the white flag over the
fort, but the Japs used it as a
marker and sent in their dive
bombers and heavy artillery.
Finally they landed and took
the major prisoner the next day.
He was taken to the Philippine
mainland and on Aug. 26, 1944,
was shipped to Japan with 1,035
other Americans.
Staff Sgt. Sidney A. Wien is
attending the second two-months
term of Shrivenham American
university in England. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morti-
mer E. Wien, 122 W. Di Lido dr.,
Miami Beach.
A prisoner of war in Germany
for 10 months, First Lt. Willaim
Bernstein was released from the
Army air corps three weeks ago.
Bernstein was radar-navigator
in a plane that was shot down
over the North sea. He was lib-
erated in April and wears the
Distinguished Flyin Cross, the
Air medal and the Presidential
citation. He lives with his wife,
Jean, at 2718 N. E. Second ave.
Of his five years in service, he
spent two years overseas.
Dr. Nelson Zivili. 2644 Fla-
mingo dr.. is on terminal leave,
having been discharged from
the medical corps as a major
Nov. 6. In service three and a
half years. Dr. Zivitz spent a
year and a half overseas in Eng-
land, France and Germany with
the 100th General hospital. He
and his wife, Adele, have one
son, Andrew. A graduatej of
Rush Medical school of the Uni-
versity of Chicago, Dr Z.v.tz
will resume practice at 311 un
coin rd. in a few weeks. He
specializes in allergy work.
Seven Oak Leaf clusters go
with the Air Medal worn by Lt.
Leonard M. Fisher, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Fisher, 2139
S. W. 22 ter., who has been dis-
charged from Hunter Field. Ga.
He was in Africa with the 320th
Bomb group and took part in
blasting Rome, Salerno and
fiicily.
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ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THE
REOPENING OF HIS
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20th
Spacious ultra-modem appointments presented in an atmosphere refined and
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In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach; Mom Meecheloff, Rabbi; Or-
thodoxFriday evening service at
6:15 p. m. Adult Saturday morning:
service. 8:30 a. m. Rabbi Moscheloff
will preach on 'And Thou Shalt
Spread Abroad." Cantor Louis D.
Feder will chant the services. Junior
congregation services for boys and
girls of elementary age, 10 a. m.
Intermediate services for adolescents.
10 a. m. The Bible study group Will
meet with S. J. Froedman at 4 p. m.
Shalos Sudos, 5:15 p. m. The rabbi
will speak on the Portion of the
Week. Sunday morning. Junior
classes, 10 a. m. to noon. Bar Mltava
study class Tuesday and Thursday,
7 p. m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREQATION. 590 S. W. 17th ave.
Friday evening services. 5:15 o'clock.
Saturday morning services at 9 a. m.
Pally services at 9 n. m. and 5:30
p. m. Junior congregation services
Saturday at 9 a. in at Schaarei Zedek
Talmud Toroh, 1545 S. W. Third St.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
135 N. 'W. Third Ave.; Max Shapiro.
Rabbi; Conservative Late Friday
evening, services at 8:16 o'clock.
Cantor Abraham Friedman and the
Beth David choir will officiate. Rabbi
Shapiro has spoken with several
Christian delegates from Latin and
South American countries who at-
tended the World Christian Zionist
conference in Washington. He will
discuss "The Christian World Has
Snoken!" An open forum will follow
the social hour in the auditorium
Mrs. Cella Segal! will be hostess In
honor of her brother's return from
the armed force*. The floral offering
lias been donated by Mrs Louis Mar-
kowitl in gratitude of her husband's
recent recovery Saturdnv morning
services at 8:30 a m. will be followed
hV student services at 10:S0 a m
Sidnev Pick<-.n. Frank Qreenbert!
and Charles Rosenhlltt !" officiate
All parents and friends are cordially
Invited to attend th<
MIAMI RFACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave..
Miami BearH: Irvina Lehrman.
Rabbi: Conservative Friday ev< I h "
service. ":1" n m, Late cervices.
8:15 r> ni Rabbi Lehrmnn will speak
on "The Po er the P< r
of Jewish nth C.intor Em.in.
uel Barkan will hanl thi > PS
assisted bv tbe Center Cl Bal
urdav morning services, a m
Ttaibl T^ehrman will preach on (hi
"Weekly Portion of tbe t.'w .1-:'
congregation service* Saturday T1 '
n. m. Raturdav evening, Mlnchs al
f. p. m. follnwi .1 l"- Shalos S I
Maariv ABA BP.0 Bar Mil
breakfast Pundav at 9 a m Mllt< -
Mannhelmer will u : ker
Hebrew school and Sunday I
now In session. Youth council ac-
tivities every Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday evenings.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase
Ave. at 41st St.. Miami Beach: Leon
Kronish. Rabbi: Samuel Kelemer.
Cantor: Liberal .1. n < Book Sab-
bath wl!! be rated at ser*
vices tonlghl at t m Rabbi
Kronlsh mon Lint- I
gin's "Germany's Stepchildren." Sat-
urday mi
Cantor Kelemer u 111 chant at all ser-
vices A IE minute organ prelude
will precede each service. To
school. Sunday. 10 a m. Hebrew
rlasses. weekday a^'ernoons. 3'4">
p. m. All children between Hie ages
of 5 and 14 are invited to register.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 117 N. E. 19th
St.: Saul Apoelbaum. Rabbi; Reform
Fridav evening services at 8:16
5. m. P.abbi Appelbaum will speak.
Irs F Max Goldstein will light tbe
candles and say the blessing. Mrs
Malvin Lichter wi'l be In charge of
the reception in Kaplan Hall which
Will follow the service She will be
assisted by the Mesdames Julius
Pamensteln. Roy V. fllndv, II- v
Boyell and Louis Boyell. The recep-
tion will be in honor of Lt r.
der Ciindy. whe has recently returned
from overseas. Saturday morning
services will be resumed pec. \.
BEACH LODGF TO HEAR
DR. GOTTSCHALL
Dr. A. W. Gottschall, Florida
regional director of the Nation-
al Conference of Christians and
Jews, will be guest speaker at
a meeting of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith lodge at 8 p. m.
Tuesday at the Miami Beach
Elementary school, 14th st. and
Washington ave.
In addition to the program, a
report of the nominations com-
mittee will be given. Elections
will be held at the first meet-
ing in December.
Affiliated chapters of B'nai
B'rith have been invited to at-
tend the meeting.
CRANES TO LIVE
IN CHICAGO
Miss Fae Margo, 1043 Euclid
ave., and Cpl. Jack Crane of
Chicago were married Sunday at
the home of Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Following the ceremony
they went to Newark, N. J., the
bride's home, before going to
Chicago to live.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Drasner
were best man and matron of
honor and their daughter. Mi-
chele, was flower girl. A recep-
tion for relatives and friends
was given at the bride's resi-
dence following the ceremony.
ANTI-JEWISH RIOTERS
JAILED BY BRITISH
CAIRO (JTA)As a British
military court in Tripoli im-
posed sentences of five years
each on Arabs convicted of loot-
ing during the anti-Jewish riots
there last week, the authorities
rounded up 17 prominent Arabs,
suspected of belonging to an un-
derground nationalist move-
ment, for questioning in con-
nection with the disorders.
Tripoli and the other places in
Tripolitania where violences oc-
curred are quiet, although
armed troops continue to patrol
the streets and a 5 p. m. cur-
few is still in effect. Last Satur-
day troops guarded synagogues
and stod by to protect Jews at-
tending services.
(A cable from London reports
that the anti-Jewish riots in
Egypt and in Tripolitania are
being systematically exploited
by official Arab propagandists
there, implicitly confirming that j
the riots were staged for po-
litical pressure.)
The Ankara radio reported,
meanwhile, that Fawzi Kaukad-
7.\, leader of the anti-Jewish and
anti-British disturbances in Pal- !
estine in 1936, has arrived in
Saudi Arabis. He was previous- j
ly reported dead by the Nazi i
Ministry of Propaganda in Ber-
lin, with which he and the Muf- '
ti of Jerusalem worked.
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New York (JTA)The Ameri-
can Jewish Conference this week
issued a statement charging the
American Jewish Committee and
I the American Council for Juda-
ism with "obstructing the ef-
forts of the majority of Ameri-
can Jewry towards a just solu-
tion of the Palestine problem."
The specific charge against the
American Jewish Committee 8 iya
that when Judge Joseph Pros-
kauer and Jacob Blaustein. lead-
ers of the Committee, conferred
with President Truman, they
asked him to use his influence to
obtain prompt and substantial
increase in the number of cer-
tificates for Jewish immigration
into Palestine, but "utilized the
occasion" also to advise the
president that political ques-
tions relating to the future <>t
Palestine should be put aside.
"Since President Truman had
already made his request to
Prime Minister Attlee for 100,-
000 immigration certificates, the
intervention of the representa-
tives of the American Jew ish
Committee, whatever may have
been their alleged intent, could
only be interpreted as an effort
to create the impression in the
President's mind that a segment
of American Jewry was opposed
to political action now with re-
gard to Palestine," the Ameri-
! can Jewish Conference stated.
With regard to the American
Council M Judaism, the state-
ment charged Lessing Roscn-
waldi president of the Council,
witli making public in the press
a statement in which he declared
that an overwhelming body of
American Jews opposes a Jewish
homeland in Palestine. It also
charges Rabbi Morris Lazaron of
the Council with publishing in
the N. Y. Times a two-column
letter to the editor, timed to ap-
pear on the day of the Madicon
Square Garden protest meeting,
in which he said that American
Christians should know that
Jews are divided on the Pales-
tine issue and expressed the
opinion that rather than indulge
in mass-meetings and in "irritat-
ing public pressure", it should
be possible to mitigate the fears
of the Arabs by international
guarantee against "Jewish dom-
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*Jewistrhrldlian
PAGE NINE
jonism and The Council
ierein do we
Differ?
By Rabbi Max Shapiro
Criticism has been levelled at
L for engaging in a symposium
Hth the "Council for Judaism"
Vd dignifying a small fraction
people who constitute a coun-
i for their own fears, their
_tm cowardice and their own
Cfishness. This is not name-
LlinK Cr in astounding versatile man-
kr called Zionists bad Amen-
ins).
[They betray those instincts,
notions, ideals and aspirations
hich have been flesh of our
kh and soul of our soul for
D00 vears of recorded history.
n have seen such individuals
B|ge and fawn when the Zion-
T question was discussed be-
te Christian groups. Why?
jristian delegates from all ov-
l the world convened last week
J Washington and endorsed the
klestine Resolution!" I met
[veral Christian delegates from
Itin and South American coun-
|es who were indignant about
e attitude of countries to-
jrd the Balfour Declaration
insisted that a great wrong
ritfhted immediately.
Vnd yet there is cringing and
vning on the part of Council
fcmbers. We engaged in sym-
Kium and finally take issue
|th such men only because of
hour of crisis when we dare
engage in neutrality when
ndrods of thousands are still
nfincd in camps in Europe. I
ke issue because it is not dem-
fatic, not American, not Jew-
for a fraction of people to
to impress its will and be-
idlc the Jew and non-Jew
ke!
(Therein do we differ? The
uncil desires no "special priv-
ies" for the Jews anywhere
picipating the "Messianic Era"
the morrow. That now the
\t is over, enlightenment will
ne to Europe, rights of citi-
hship and human rights, there-
re, the Jew will share the ab-
lute basis of equality with ev-
fone else in Europe. If they
Hevc that the "Mechiach" is
re or coming, then I agree with
pr program that Judaism is a
eligion." Or is it the desire
[spread and teach the Jewish
pgion to Jews and non-Jews
ke? Are Lessing Rosenwald,
bbi Berger and others so in-
ested in our religion or mere-
lutilizing this as an excuse to
p us in the heart because there
deliberate confusion in the
world today and particularly in
the Middle East.
Therefore the only issues are
special privileges" and Jewish
state in Palestine! The Coun-
cil for Judaism in astounding
manner is co-operating with the
anti-Semites in America and the
Labor government of England It
is afraid we do not have enough
"tzores" as is.
We should repeat again and
again, Rabbi Berger in a broad-
cast, coast to coast, stated that
the Jews do not want special
treatment, no "privileges." Would
he or others exchange with
those Jews who. trapped, are
running from country to coun-
tryfrom Poland to Germany,
etc.? He would insist that when
Poles arc repatriated, the Jew-
ish Poles should go along and
not complain, even if they are
pogromized. No exceptions, no
"privileges!" If the Jews who
were German citizens are sub-
ject to the jurisdiction of occu-
pation forces, they should be
treated as regular German na-
tionals. No exceptions, no priv-
ileges!
Fortunately for Jews in Eu
rope, Harrison presented his re-
port which gave lie to the Coun-
cil for Judaism. According to
Harrison, the European Jews are
in a category apart from all oth-
er victims or war and require
special treatment, not as a privi-
lege, but as a right.
Max Nordau once said, "Jews
sometime become too headlessly
logical!" That is a profound ob-
servation! Why do we forget
so easily the lesson of the past?
We forget that constitutional
equality is not yet real equality.
A century and a half of pro-
gressive emancipation and en-
lightenment in Europe did not
modify the anti-Semitism of Eu-
rope (without Palestine) but
speeded up its tempo despite the
development of emancipation j
and progress in Europe. The
end of World-War II did not
modify anti-Semitism in Ameri-
ca despite the "Four Freedoms,"
but on the contrary we find its
tempo increasing daily.I say
this because we in our "com-
forts" dare not speak of "privi-
leges" for an oppressed people.
Why should the "Yishuv" be
willing to die in order to save
the remnant? They are a com-
fortable community and yet de-
mand that no new asylums, no
philanthropic rehabilitations will
meet the situation. These
things never helped in the past.
They cannot help in the future
because they do not reach down
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to the root of our tragedy which
't national homelessness of
the Jewish people of the world.
And who are we to stand in the
way of the wish and will of one
million Jews who desire Pales-
tine as the answer?
Again in history we have a
repetition! The- fellow denizens
of the ivory tower lend comfort
to England which is in the throes
once again of violating a pledged
word. Where should England
hear a kindly word in defense of
betrayal and inhuman callous-
ness if not from the lips of
Council leaders? "You were
misled, O' Britain," they say,
"don't worry about the promise.
All Jews are not Zionists!'"
This statement appeared in
the press after the Madison
Square Garden rally in New
York where tens of thousands
of Jews swarmed the surround-
ing streets and could not get in.
It is very embarrassing that so
many came and that practically
all American Rabbis are Zion-
ists. Very embarrassing that
Gerald K. Smith and other an-
ti-Semites are delighted to wel-
come Rabbi Berger and his fol-
lowers into their midst. "Rabbi
Berger seems to be an Ameri-
can Firster," wrote Gerald K.
Smith who certainly can be
trusted to recognize an ally
when he sees one. And why not?
Do not Council leaders ask, "Are
you an American or Zionist?"
The anti-Semites are greatly in-
debted to the Council for point-
ing out that Mayor LaGuardia,
Henry Wallace, Dr. Lowdermilk,
etc.are bad Americans.
We end these discussions from
the pen of Albert Einstein who
characterized the Council mem-
bers perfectly out of his own
tragic experience:
"This organization appears to
me to be nothing more than a
pitiable attempt to obtain favor
and toleration from our enemies
by betraying true Jewish ideals
and by mimicking those who
claim to stand for 100 per cent
Americanism. I believe this
method to be both undignified
and ineffective. Our opponents
are bound to view it with dis-
dain and even^ with contempt,
and in my opinion, they will be
justified. He who is untrue to
his own cause cannot command
the respect of others. Apart
from these considerations, this
movement in question is a fairly
exact copy of the Zentralverein
Dcutscher Staatsbuerger Jude-
ischen Glauben (Central Asso-
ciation of German Citizens of
Jewish Faith) of unhappy mem-
ory, which in the days of our
crucial need showed itself .utter-
ly impotent and corroded the
Jewish group by undermining
the inner certitude by which
alone our Jewish people could
have overcome the trials of this
difficult age."
The hour of luxury of internal
strife, we cannot afford! There
is nothing positive in the Coun-
cil's program to warrant "life."
We have sat "shiva" for too
many months. Let us say the
final "Kaddish" and set our-
selves to the task of bringing
about the third and final re-
demption to the third and final
exile; so that there may yet
emerge in our time a free Jew-
ish people in a truly free Jew-
ish land in Eretz Israel.
WHEREIN DO OUR
ORGANIZATIONS
DIFFER?
By Reba Engler Epstein
In the recent Town Hall Meet-
ing of the Air forum, Rabbi
Stephen Wise, when queried,
admitted that the Zionist organ-
ization should, if necessary, re-
sort to arms and violence to ob-
tain the acquisition of the Pal-
estinian National State.
To the members of the Coun-
cil for Judaism that is very dis-
quieting. First of all, what kind
of a homeland (?) would that be
that is secured by violence and
maintained by force? But more
than that, the declaration of bel-
ligerency was disquieting be-
cause the Council considers Ju-
daism its RELIGION. Whether
its members adhere to all the
tenets of Judaism or not, we are
ever conscious of the Jewish
way of life. We have taught the
Fatherhood of God to the West-
ern world; and we not only re-
sent, we abhor any group of
people that forgets the Brother-
hood of Man.
The doctrine of religious free-
dom and the dignity of Man has
at last encircled the world. The
United Nations Charter in Sec-
tion 3, Article 1, states that the
PURPOSE of the United Nations
shall be to achieve international
cooperation in "promoting and
encouraging respect for human
rights and for fundamental free-
doms of all WITHOUT DIS-
TINCTION AS TO RACE, SEX,
LANGUAGE OR RELIGION.'*
The Potsdam ultimatum to Ja-
pan echoed the same words of
religious freedom. Now that the
world has at long last accepted
the Jewish hopes and made real
its prayers, has reduced them to
legal reality, Zionism would
have Jews insist on religious
discrimination!
The Council for Judaism be-
lieves that Jews should accept
the doctrine of the United Na-
tions. While Palestine is an
armed arsenal and Jews and
Arabs are being killed, displaced
Jews in other parts of the world
are homeless and starving. The
Zionist organization would have
them remain displaced until the
Palestine nationhood, with all of
its inter-ramifications, is solved;
a problem that unbiased persons
consider insolvable. The Council
is deeply concerned to save as
many of the European Jews, as
well as non-Jews as quickly as
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hlSTION' What is a "Mes-
ISWER: The Hebrew word
uzah" mea is "doorpost."
the Biblical ordination
VI:9) stated "Thou shalt
them upon the doorposts
hy house, and upon thy
P we observe this command
icing upon our thresholds a
j-up piece of parchment
Iwhich is written the Bibli-
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1 XI (13-21). Since this
,ient, which is usually
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QUESTION: What it the rea-
son and significance behind the
"Mezuxah"?
ANSWER: The Talmud (Mena-
cnotn) enumerates the various
signs and practices that have
been Biblically ordained so as
to serve as a constant reminder
of the omnipresence of the Al-
mighty as well as to keep the
individual aware of his sacred
and divine responsibility. One
of these objects is the "Mezurah"
which contains, in writing, the
fundamental concept of religious
belief and conviction. Its posi-
tion on the doorpost is obviously
intended to remind all who enter
of their religious obligations and
to reawaken in all who exit the
spirit of the unity and love in
the holiness of man and his life.
Others have tried to inject the
reason the "Mezuzah" was
meant to be a symbol of identi-
fication for a Jewish home.
While this motive may have
been possible it surely would not
be the only reason since the law
requires a Mezuzah on the door-
posts of the inner rooms of the
house.
Others do not entirely agree
with the analysis in the above
question of the word "Mezuzah"
as it came to be applied to the
object that we place upon the
doorpost, and have claimed that
the Hebrew word "Mezuzah" has
its origin in a verbal root ("ziz"
or "zus") meaning to move. They
claim therewith that the "door-
post" was given the name
"Mezuzah" since it appears to be
the axis of man's movements as
he goes from one place to an-
other. The Mezuzah, they claim,
is an object which is supposed
to guide the movements of the
individual towards the good ob-
jects and directions of life and
hence its name is derived from
the verbal root for the notion of
movement.
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By LEON GUTTERMAN
(Copyright, 1945, Jewish Tele-
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Honorably discharged from
the Army after more than four
years' service, speak-voierd Ezra
Stone, radio and stage star, has
returned to star again as Henry
Aldrieh, the role he created, in
Columbia's "The Aldrieh Fam-
ily" comedy series. Ezra was
discharged at March Field,
where, as a master sergeant, he
a J?een ass'gned to an Army
Air Corps Special Services job.
During his career as a G.I., he
distinguished himself by direct-
ing and acting in dialogue se-
quences of Irving Berlin's all-
soldier show "This Is The
Army." Now, Ezra, who is a na-
tive of Brooklyn, plans to re-
sume his producing and direct-
ing activities on Broadway in
addition to holding down the Al-
drieh role.
*
Sign in a fruit market in
Hollywood: VENUS DE MILO
TOMATOESHANDS OFF'
*
Among the hazards of Holly-
wood is the night club check.
Keenan Wynn squinted at one of
these coded pasteboards at a
high tariff spot, sighed: "They
must make these by crossing a
railroad timetable with a Chi-
nese laundry ticket. The only
legible thing on here is the to-
tal!"
*
Radie Harris writes to us in
Hollywood from New York to
let us know that the never-tuck-
ered-out Sophie Tucker is back
in N. Y., this time at the Le
Martinique, where she'll only
have to sing twice nightly for
her supper. Radie says the Red
Hot Mama is hotter than ever,
and her looks belie the fact that
most of the rinsiders had been
hearing Soph for over a period
of forty years!

Harry Hershfield is telling his
Hollywood friends this rib tick-
ler: A doting Jewish father
wanted to give his son a double
treat. The kid had never been
on a bus and had never been to
the zoo. He told the boy that
he would take him to the zoo,
which was a long way out on
the bus.
Well, the kid was very excited
and the day came, and off they
went on the bus. They went
into the zoo where the father ex-
plained all about the animals
to the wide-eyed boy. When
they came to the.Jion's cage the
father said: "If those lions got
out of the cage they would tear
me to pieces in two minutes."
And the kid said: "Papa, if he
gets out and tears you to pieces,
what number bus do I take to
get home?"
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Jews in Sports
By HASKELL COREN
Fite Glintz: Ancil Hoffman's
son is quite a football player on
the coast. Remember Ancil
when he maneuvered Maxie
Baer into the title. There were
few boxing managers smarter
than Hoffman. He collected
Baer's share of the Camera fight
before Max entered the ring, and
had the dough out of the State
hours before Baer was crowned
champ.
Jimmy Grippo, manager of
former light heavy champ Melio
Bettina, has purchased the con-
tract of Davey Feld, promising
middle-weight.
Maurie Waxman has folded up
his magazine "Fite Facts." Right
now he is handling Curtis Shep-
pard.
Allie Stolz is accorded a good
chance of upsetting Willy Joyce
in their future Garden light-
weight bout. Allie looks fine
in his workouts at Stillman's
Gym. This will appear in print
a few days after the fight so
don't think the news is out-
dated.
Leo Waldman, who left the
Herald-Tribune sport page after
eighteen years' service, has
joined the Morning Telegraph.
Wallman handled publicity for
the Roosevelt Trotting Races this
past summer.
Irving Marsh, another Herald-
Tribune sport staffer, is doing a
bang up job as football publicity
director fof Columbia Univers-
ity. Of course the fact that Lou
Little has his best team in
twelve years doesn't hurt.
GOSH, ONLY k PENHY!
Once a penny was a fortune to a six-year-old. It could buy
yards of licorice shoestrings, an all-day sucker, or a syrup-
smothered scoop of shaved ice. A penny would pay for
marbles, a tin whistle, or even a little lead soldier. It was
the ceiling price for a new top-string.
Nowadays, a penny won't boy much for a little boy. But
it purchases a lot of labor-saving electricity.
Sonny may sniff at a penny for running an errandyel
that same penny will (at average household rates) do an/
of these jobs
Run a sewing machine all afternoon
Keep a refrigerator cold for 4 hours
Vacuum clean 10 large rugs
Light a 50-watt bulb for 6 hours
e Run the washer for 6 tube of clothes
Give you the correct time for 7 days
e Keep a radio playing for 3 hours
Yes, a penny is still big money-electricaDy. Actually, the
average family gets just about twice as much electricity for
its money as it did 15 years ago. Keeping electric service
cheap, friendly and dependable even all through the war
is a tribute to the careful business management of your electrio
company, and to the hard work and experience of all the
men and women in it.
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Face Facts
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Fla. ADL Director
Christian Front Rears Head
After a winter's hibernation,
the groundhog emerges to sig-
nal the coming of spring. Its
perennial appearance is as a har-
binger of peace and tranquility,
symbolic of spring.
But in sharp contrast with the
groundhog, the Christian Front's
revival, as gathered from the
leaflet which announced its first
meeting this month, is to foment
hatred and disharmony. We
have long been warned that the
hate-mongers would attempt to
"mount their white horses" as
Soon as economic dislocations
set in. Now. after the bloodiest
of wars has been fought, costing
the lives of 120,000 Americans,
the Christian Front, which dis-
creetly went underground four
years ago when exposed as a
threat to American security at
home, has the hutzpah to rear
its ugly head out of its iniquit-
ous hole.
The meeting held in the Bor-
ough of Queens, New York city,
attracted only 150 persons, plus
almost 100 policemen. The meet-
ing was sponsored by Casimir
Kudelski. alias C. Daniel Kurts.
long an exponent of the hate-
line. In September. 1941. Kurts
held a Christian Front meeting
Olt the same corner in Queens, at
which he declared President
Roosevelt and Mayor LaGuardia
Jews and murderers" and re-
ferred to Jews as "yellow Asiatic
Monogolian Communists." He
was then arrested, charged with
disorderly conduct on the com-
plaint of Isidore E. Ginsberg,
state commander of the Jewish
War Veterans. Upon being found
guilty, he was sent to Kings
county hospital for a sanity test
and subsequently sentenced to
days in the work house. How-
ever, he was placed on probation
at the request of Commander
Ginsberg, when Kurts declared
that while in the hospital he had
had time "to think things over
and change my views and told
the judge that "some of my best
friends are Jews."
Isidore Ginsberg was in the
j audience on the occasion of the
Christian Front's revival meet-
ing this month. When Homer
Maertz, ex-Silver#hirter of Chi-
cago, in a heated speech held up
a copy of the book "Jewish Rit-
ual Murder" stating he could
prove "every word in it was
true." and tried to peddle some
literature, Mr. Ginsberg seized
him and called a policeman.
Maertz was held in $5,000 bail
and two others arrested with
him, Finest Elmhurst, under in-
dictment on sedition charges,
and Kurt Mertig. ordered away
from the eastern coastline by
the Armv after war was de-
clared, were held in $2,000 bail
each.
In retrospect, the Christian
Front's first attempt at revival
met with dismal failure. In-
cluded in the audience was a
large number of servicemen an'1
women who were obviously hos-
tile to the speakers. These were
the men and women who had
fought in the titanic struggle to
preserve the American concept
of fair-play and human equlity.
If their 'thumbs down" decision
of this past month can be taken
as a barometer, hate groups will
receive no popular backing from
tlie veterans.
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BB Sholeni Lodge
Nominates Pallot
E Albert Pallot was nomi-
nated for president of BnaJ
B'rith Sholeni lodge on a slate
returned by the nominating
committee Tuesday evening.
Other nominations are IN at
Roth, for first vice president;
Sam Silver, second vice presi-
dent; Maurice Cromer. record-
ing secretary; Alex Cohen, finan-
cial secretary; Sam B Miller,
treasurer; Burnett Roth, moni-
tor: Marx Feinberg. assistant
monitor; John Kronenfeld,
guardian; Jerome Wcinkle,
warden.
Nominated for three year trus-
teeships were Dr. Herman Meyer
and Isaac Levin. Two year
trusteeships will go to Lt. Col.
Elrv Stone and Jerome 11.
Freehling, a holdover.
Two one-vear trustees an- to
be picked from the following:
Ernest Sussman, Nathan Adel-
man, Harry Markowitz, Samuel
Goldman. Al Quadow. Leo Ac-
kerman. and J. Bernard Spector.
An appeal made by Pallot.
who is chairman of the lodge s
bond drive, brought a sale of
$9,900 worth of bonds at the
melting. Entertainment w a s
provided by the AZA Royal
Palm chapter headed by Melvm
Frumkes, president.
Zionism and the Council
(Continued from Page 9)
possible, and wherever possible;
and believes that those problems
can best be handled by the lead-
ers of the United Nations.
We submit that the threats of
violence by the leaders of Zion-
ism and the Zionist ideology of
Palestine nationhood absolves
the non-Jewish world of its re-
sponsibility to Jews. That their
insistence of impossibilities will
be a loss for Jews, more so than
for the people of other religions,
and the loss of the benefits of
the mighty authority of the Unit-
ed Nations.
The Council looks with favor
and enthusiasm upon the crea-
tion of a religious renaissance in
Palestine. But the Council dis-
approves of the creation of a
Jewish nation in Palestine or
anywhere because, first, it is un-
democratic; secondly, agitation
for Palestine nationhood delays
the alleviation of immediate suf-
fering of Jews: thirdly, Judaism
is a religion for the peoples of
the world and not for a few
square miles in Asia Minor.
The Council believes that the
United Nations should and will
work out a compromise situation
in Palestine whereby Jews,
Christian and Moslems may be
TO SELECT TEACHER
A regular and special meeting
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation to hire a teacher
has been called by A. M. Bear,
president. The meeting will be
held 8:15'p. m. Tuesday at 590
S. W. 17 ave.
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HIDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1945
+Jewish flcrkliari
PAGE THIRTEEN
This lime-back America le the limit.
BUY EVERY EXTRA VICTORY BOND YOU CAN
X70UR service-bar for Bond-buying is imaginary.
X Your home-coming soldier or sailor can't see it/
It can't tell him how many Bond drives your money
went into.
But you know whether you can be proud of your
Bond-buying recordor whether you're going to
feel ashamed when you shake the hand of a re-
turned CI who wears a coat with an empty sleeve.
Remember, no matter how many Bands you've
bought, you've only saved your own moneymade
an enviable nest egg for yourself! You only bougfu,
while lie fought.
And now, America's Great Victory Loan is here!
It must raise over 11 billions! To help pay the huge
cost of Victoryto help bring our fighting men
back hometo provide proper care for our over
300,000 woundedto help us all back to peace and
prosperity. Yes, here's your chance to make up for
doing less than you
could in the other
drivesor to far sur-
pass your own good rec-
ord. Buy every Victory
Bond you can, and do
it now!

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4
PALLOT RESUMES
LAW PRACTICE
Lieut. E. Albert Pallot, USNR.
has been placed on inactive duty
and will resume his law prac-
tice in the Ingraham building as
a member of the law firm of
Morehead, Pallot and Smith.
In his 33 months with the
Naval reserve, Pallot was gradu-
ated from NTS at Dartmouth
college and Princeton university
and for 22 months served at sea
as commanding officer of Navy
gun crews aboard merchant
ships. He made numerous trips
to the European, African, South
American and Middle East areas.
Pallot is a former assistant at-
torney general of the state and
former attorney for the Florida
State Board of Administration.
He has served as master of the
Coconut Grove Masonic lodge,
patron of the Order of the East-
ern Star, president of the Probus
club, Miami Y and B'nai B'rith.
He lives at 432 N. E. 26 ter. with
his wife and daughter.
RUSSIAN RELATIVES
SEEK FLORIDIANS
The Union of Russian Jews,
Inc., is attempting to locate the
following residents of Florida
for whom it has received mes-
sages from relatives overseas:
Viriovkin, Ivan Ivanovich, 45
yrs. oldmessage from father,
Ivan Platonovich Viriovkin.
Summer, Morris from sister
Fenia Geisman. Katz, Moishe
from H e r s h Krichman. of
Odessa.
Rabinovich, Shlema Iosifovich
and his sons, Nuchim and Ger-
shel, from niece, Sokolovskaya,
Roza Pinkusovna. Isrsilev. Na-
than Lvovich from Mikhail
Petrovskyi.
Bolochovsky, Ionia Aronovich
from Mikh. Petrovsky. Gob,
Chaim, Abe Jankelfrom sister,
Hana Shmulovich, of Riga.
Weintraub, about 40 yrs. old
from his nephew, Major Nusyn
Danziger. Kwistek, Pinchus, of
Bialystockfrom his daughter,
Mrs. Margolis, born Kwiatek.
Scheiner, Emanuel, mechanic,
from mother, Gcnia Sansonovna
Shainer, of Sambor. Bron,
Jacob, of Kiev, professor of vio-
lin from Mrs. Dubinskaya-
Katsina.
Shuchat, Jacobfrom brother,
Leonid Shuchat. Bilkis, Itsko
Abramovish and Malka Khava
. Berkovna from son A. I.
I Kozak.
Goichman, Mikhail Abramo-
vich, pianist and Goichman
Rashel, singer, from Mesik, Beila
Leizerovna. Stetberg, Jack
from Memis, Zlata, of Dubno.
For further details regarding
the above write to: The Union
of Russian Jews, Inc., 55 West
42nd st., room No. 952, New
York 18, N. Y.
OBITUARIES
LUSTIG
lift Hose I.iiBli*. 7*. of 1355 Drexel
Av*., Miami Heath, died Sunday, In
h huuuitaj. She cam* from Ing
Inland C'Uy. N. jr., a year anc. Sur-
vivors Imhide a son, Charl.n. of New
York, and six daughter*, of whom
ana, Mrs. Ann Kale. Is a Miami Beaeh
trident. The l>ody ha* heen Nent to
New York by Rlveraldc chapel.
CLOTT
Harry Clott. 57, of 401 9:>th St..
Miami BflUlh, died Saturday In a
hospital He earne from North Her-
n, N. J 1- years ago, and was a
retired realtor. Survivors Include his
wife, Mr. I#na Clottj two daiiKh-
ters, Mra. Huth Starling and Mrs.
Sarah Stoop, all of Miami Heach.
Services were held Monday In River-
side chapel. Burial wus in Mt. Neho
cemetery.
8ELIQ
Morris Mrllg, 62. died of a heart
attack Sunday in his bom*, 400 OCMMI
l>r.. Miami Beach. A retired realtor,
he came from Philadelphia six yeais
an.). Survivors Include his wife. Mrs.
I!, .si- Sellg. and four daughters, Mrs.
I'.ulil Stotland, Mrs. Kit Meiitter,
Miss Frances and Mlsfl Martha Sellg.
all of Miami Beach, and two sons.
Milton E. and Joseph B., both In the
Army. The body was sent to Phila-
delphia by Riverside chnpel.
BLUMBERQ
Sam Hlumbcrg. fifi, a baker, of 440
S. W. Eighth St., died last Wednes-
day In a local hospital. He came to
Miami from Brooklyn three years
ago. Survivors Include his wife,
Annie, two daughters and four sons.
all of Brooklyn. The body was sent
to Broklyn by the Palmer funeral
home for services and burial.
LADIES PLAN DINNER
AT HOME FOR AGED
Plans for a dinner to be held
Nov. 25 will be discussed at the
general meeting of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home
for the Aged, 2 p. m., Tuesday,
at the Miami Jewish Arthodox
Congregation building, 590 S. W.
17 ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Field
are sponsoring the dinner at the
Home. 335 S. W. 12 ave., at 6
p. m. on the following Sunday.
Reservations may be made by
phoning the Home, 3-2470; Mrs.
Paul Raff, 2-0270, or Mrs. Becky
Levine, 5-1548.
TEMPLE INAUGURATES
STUDENT OFFICERS
Chester Luby, new president
of the student body of Temple
Israel religious school, was
given the oath of office Sunday
by Rabbi Appelbaum. Chester,
in turn, administered the oath to
Bruce Ross, vice president and
Marcia Cohen, secretary-treas-
urer.
Class representatives to the
Student council this year are
Philip Weinstein, Jr., class IX;
Robert Shapiro, class VIII; Den-
nis Wepman, class VTI; Wayne
Tobin, class VI; Vicky Cohen,
class V.
Make yourself happy by know-
ing you are continuing to help,
buy buying Eighth War Bands.
INWA TO HAVE
LATKE PARTY
Final arrangements for its
Chanukah latke party will be
made by Bialik branch 290 of
the Jewish National Workers'
Alliance at its regular meeting
at 8:30 p. m. Monday at the
Miami Beach Y. The latke party
will be held at the Beach Y. the
evening of Sunday, Dec. 2.
After a brief business meet-
ing, A. M. Dorff will give a talk
in Yiddish.
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An Ethical Institution
39 S. E. 6th Street Phone 2-8396
ZUCKERMAN
Fannie Zuekerman, 70. of 81.1 S. W.
83rd Ave., died Tuesday night In her
home after a lingering Illness. She
came to Miami four years ago and
was a member of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation. She Is sur-
vived by her husband. Israel, and one
son. Larry. Funeral services were
conducted yesterday In the Palmer
Funeral chapel by Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovaky. Interment followed in
the family plot at Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery.
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MEN'S CLUB PREPARES
FOR OPEN MEETING
In preparation for its first
open meeting, the Men's club of
Temple Beth Sholom set up
three committees last week. Dr.
Denis Quittner, temporary chair-
man appointed Al Strauss, chair-
man of the nominating commit-
tee; Bertram C. Waller, chair-
man of the constitution and
by-laws committee; and Henry
Schmerin and Leo Solomon,
chairman of the program com-
mittee.
The club's first open meeting
will be held 8 p. m. Nov. 27 at
the Temple. The nominating
committee will give its report at
that time. Elections are sched-
uled for December. Dues have
been set at $5 a year.
CARD PARTY SLATED
BY DENVER HOME
A card party will be given by
the Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver, 1:30 p. m.
Tuesday at the Victor hotel, 12th
st. and Ocean dr. Tickets are
priced at $1.
Those in charge of arrange-
ments are the Mesdames Edith
Pollack, chairman; Irene Kir-
stein, co-chairman; Beatrice
Ross, refreshments, and Freida
Strelitz, tickets.
BETH DAVID HAS PTA
Plans for a students' library,
home study groups and recrea-
tion activities will be formulated
by the newly organized Beth
David Parent-Teachers' associa-
tion at its next meeting Dec. 5.
Election of permanent officers
and board members will take
place at an early date.
Young Judea groups meet
every Monday at 5 p. m. at Beth
David.
A report of the ,
committee will & "mir>in(
board meeting 0f diril *" i
Miami Y 8:30 wiS?**!
rung. Michael SSl*! *
letic director wT5 new tt
Wednesday, wSPbTkH 5
at the meeting. lMt The official slate for i
elections was drawn JffVi
evemng at the horned ^
D. Singer, chairman of ik.**8
mittee and the bSard \^
on the committee are Mr,T"
Kaplan, Jack Apte h>
Rifas and Harry Cordo "^
nomination meeting WHI K. &
in December. 8 *
U. oFm^SYmSomv
BEGINS SUNDAY
George Sando, pianist, will h.
guest artist with the Univa*!
of Miami orchestra whRn.
open its season of concerts SS
p. m. Sunday at the Mi.?
Senior High school. Dr^E
deste Alloo is conductor Th.
concert will be repeated Monday
evening. ua>
Subscription sales for both
Sunday and Monday codohS
are the largest in the histo^
the symphony, Mrs. Arnol Vote
manager, reports. **
Single tickets for all U. of M
programs and recitals are now
on sale at the University in room
331; at Amidons, 330 S. E. First
St.; at Cordelia's Book store, 44
S. E. First st., and at the Miami
Beach Radio shop, 1219 Lincoln
rd.
The program Sunday and
Monday will include Von
Gluck's Overture to "Iphifenia
in Aulis"; Symphony No. 7 D
by Joseph Haydn; Ernst Toch's
overture to "Pinocchio"; and
Beethoven's Concerto No. 5 in
E Flat Major.
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TUESDAY
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AN
Announcement
We have retained the services of a highly ex-
perienced, licensed chemist in connection with our
experiments with D. D. T.
About December the 1st we will establish what
will be known as
THE ECONOMY EMERGENCY
D. D. T. SERVICE
With this new method, insects of all kinds will be
eliminated from the surface sprayed for a consid-
erable time.
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PR^AY. NOVEMBER 16, 1945
*JenistifhridHa/n
PAGE FIFTEEN
Binder
found records
CURRENT COMMENT
BY H. A. BINDER
Lif. Member Million Dollar
Hound Teble National Auo-
eiation of Life Underwriter.
With "the news of Cairo,
Egypt, currently in the spot-
light, it recalls my visit of sev-
eral years ago to the Cairo Mu-
seum. At the
tim, they
were bringing
in the treas-
ures found in
King Tut
Ankh Amen's
tomb. If
a mojig the
treasures in
King Tut
Ankh Amen's
tomb there
had been
that the Prophet
Joseph organized the first Life
Insurance Company, an addi-
tional award of merit could be
credited to the people of Israel
for creating the most potent
economic factor in the lives of
more than sixty-five million
American life insurance policy
holders.
Those of you who have read
the 41st Chapter of Genesis re-
call Pharoh's dream of Joseph's
interpretation of it. How Phar-
oah's following the advice of
Joseph had his deputies set aside
food during the seven years of
abundance and when the fam-
ine came "in all the Land of
Egypt there was bread."
To this day life insurance men
follow the same rule, that of ad-
vising their clients to "set aside
during productive years a fund
to take care of the Sunset Days
of life." That fund will also act
as a buffer for your family, if
prior to having adequately pro-
vided for them, you should be
called to the Great Beyond.
A most acceptable plan is the
one that projects your income
to your wife and children for as
many years as in your opinion
the need should exist
For life insurance advice, call
any National Association of Life
Underwriters member in Miami.
Station WIOD will carry a re-
broadcast of the Birnbaum Mu-
sic collection from Cincinnati,
Saturday night, Nov. 24, at 11:30
p. m. in commemoration of the
70th anniversary of the Hebrew
Union college.
CENTER LADIES PLAN
AUCTION. REVIEW
Mrs. Pauline Watkins will re-
view Louise Spencer's "Guer-
rilla Wife" tomorrow afternoon
at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs.
David Fenstcrheim, 1845 Taylor
St., Hollywood, for the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Climaxing a week of activity,
the Center will hold a Victory
bond drive auction 2:30 p. m.
Sunday on the lawn of the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fincke,
1525 Van Buren st. S. Zaconick
will be the auctioneer. In case
of rain the auction will be post-
poned till the following Sunday.
Proceeds from the regular
Wednesday night social held
Nov. 1< and other affairs are
given to the educational fund.
CALEHdAR Of EVEHTS
Tuesday, November 20, 1945:
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren, Card Party, Victor hotel,
1:30 p. m.; Jewish Welfare Board,
Volunteer Meeting, 3 p. m.. Fed-
eration office: Jewish Social Ser-
vice Iiureau, Personnel Committee
Meeting. 8 p. m., Federation office.
Wednesday, November 21, 1946:
Town Board Meeting, 8 p. m.: Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Sisterhood Meet-
ing,
LEGAL NOTICES
TURKEY DAY BOXING
TO HELP CHILDREN
The Miami Beach Elks' Roose-
velt Memorial fund will benefit
from the Thanksgiving boxing
show the lodge will sponsor at
the Biscayne arena.
The boxing show is one of
a series of events planned to
raise $10,000 for the Elks' crip-
ple children's hospital at Uma-
tila. Arthur Triester, exalted
ruler, reports that Promoter Sam
Weinstein has turned the arena
over to the lodge.
Ernest Woolfe, fight ticket
chairman, announces that 36
special boxes will be available
at $100 a ticket. General admis-
sion and reserved seat tickets
will be available at popular
prices.
BOYS' CLUB JOINS
MIAMI BEACH Y
The Keystone club for boys
from 15 to 17 has joined the fam-
ily of youth groups at the Beach
Y, Jack P. Marash, executive
director, announced this week.
Danny Kohl is president of the
group which meets at the Y
every Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Herb
Rich is vice president; Stuart
Jacobs, treasurer; Raymond
Jacobson, recording secretary;
Julius Ser, corresponding secre-
tary. The club, which meets
under the supervision of the Y
staff, has joined the Intermedi-
ate council of Y clubs.
FOOD PACKAGES SENT
TO RUSSIA, POLAND
The Union of Russian Jews,
Inc., a non-profit organization,
known for establishing contact
between American and their
relatives in the Soviet Union is
now sending food packages not
only to the Soviet Union, but
also to any part of Poland (in-
cluding Vilmo). It is also locat-
ing relatives in Soviet Russia,
Poland and other parts of Eu-
rope under Red Army occupa-
tion.
For detailed information re-
garding packages and locating
of relatives, write to the Union
of Russian Jews, Inc., 55 West
42nd St., r.r. 952-953, New York
18, N. Y.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of STRAND BEAUTY SHOP at 302.'.
N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida,
HILDA KRONER
Applicant
MYERS AND HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HONEST MIKES 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
Attorney for Applicants
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SUE-ANN NOVELTY SHOP at
825 Washington Ave Miami Beach,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DORIS LASHER
SYLVIA BECKMAN
10/19-26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage
in business under the fictitious name
of PLASTIC MODES at 4102 N. Mi-
ami Avenue, Intend to register Bald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
ALLEN RUBIN
ROLAND Q. DAVIS
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicants
10/19-26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of PRED'S at Ulfi Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DAVID PRED
REBA PRED
ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney
1010 Biscavne lllilg.
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
PWO TO HOLD TEA
Members of the Miami Beach
Pioneer Women's Organization,
and their friends have been in-
vited to a combination member-
ship tea and Oneg Shabbat at
the home of Mrs. L. Rubin. 950
Pennsylvania ave., this after-
noon at 1:30 p. m.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be
guest speaker. Refreshments
will be served.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at 111
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
1105 Congress Building
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade County, Florida
No. 15516
Re: Estate of
MARIE AGATHA WHITE
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that she
has filed her final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Admin-
istratrix of the estate of MARIE
AGATHA WHITE, de-seaied: and
that on the 30th day or November,
1945, will apply to the Honorable
W. F. BLANTON. County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administratrix of the Es-
tate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE,
deceased.
This 23th day of October. 1945.
MARGARET WHITE DUNCAN.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Administratrix.
10/26 11/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of VOGUE ACCESSORIES, at 704
and 706 N. E. First Avenue, Miami,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ELI LEVINE,
Applicant.
MEYERS AND HEIMAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
11/16-23-30 12/7-14
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. Floridn.
FRANK A. WISE
CHARLES F. CONE
NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
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MIZZELL SIMON
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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 CORAL OABLES INN. at 303
Mlnoria Avenue, Coral Gables, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ROSE SACKS. Owner.
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant,
Congress Bldg.
11/16-23-30 12/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
DURANT'S SUNDRIES, at 1205 West
Flagler Street. Miami, Florida, and
Intends to register the said fictitious
name In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
JOSEPH S1BGEL.
Sole Owner.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorney.
11/2-9-16-23-30 ______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
CHARLES ROBERTS & CO. Inc.), at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Dade County, Florida, and In-
tend to register the said fictitious
name In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F1rlda- HARRY BLUMIN.
CHARLES S. ROBERTS.
B. FLEEMAN.
Owners.
GEORGE CHERTKOF.
Attorney for Applicants.
11/16-23-30 12/3-12 ______
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PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach
No Job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business
LAINHART & POTTER
elding iiOBSSSOS^mmmt
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla.
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olije ATenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RITE WAY TRANSFER & BAG-
GAGE, at 237 23rd Street, Miami
Beach. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Comity. Florida.
WILLIAM BERNSTEIN.
Sole Owner.
11/16-23-30 12/7-14 ____
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
No. 15653
Re-Estate of
SAMUEL DOLCORT,
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice Is hereby given that we
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Execu-
trlces of the estate of SAMUEL DOL-
CORT, deceased; and that on the 3rd
dav of December. 1945. we will ap-
Slv to the Honorable' W. FV BLAN-
TON. County Judge of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said final
renort and for final discharge as
Ev.'rutrlces of the estate of SAMUEL
DOLCORT. deceased
This 29th day of October, 1945.
ANNA K. DOLCORT.
VCTFLLE DOLCORT SACHS.
BEATRICE DOLCORT PEARLMAN.
GEORGE CHERTKOF.
Attorney for
Estate of
Deceased.
11/2-9-16-23-30
Exeeutrlce* of the
SAMUEL. DOLCOBT,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.he undersigned, desiring to engage
AND
RAGGAGB aYM7 rd"street. Miami
cXt of &%Z?A
Sole Owner
11/9-16-23-30 12/7____________________
Loarn lo DrireModern Way
Army nd Navy Instructor.
Aoeney for Driven Licenses
And Auto Tg
FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING
SCHOOL
1013 5th Av... M. Bch., Ph. 6-60M
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of JOHNSTETT FURS at 107 N E.
First Avenue Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
NATHAN STETTNER.
11/2-9-16-23-30 ______
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-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Dade, State
of Florida, to-wit:
tots 23 and 24, Block B, Alameda,
a Sub.. Plat Book 17. Page 81.
In the County of Dade, State of
Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In
the name of GENEVA W. HOOPER.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law the prop-
erty described therein will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court
House door on the first Monday In
the month of December, 1945. which
is the 3rd day of December, 1945.
Dated this 23rd day of October,
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. M. JOHNSON. D. C.
10/26 11/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TREPTE REALTY CO.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F1rlda- MURRAY KASTOFF
WALTER A. TREPTE
11/9-16-23-30 12/7 ^^^^^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 16853
In Re: ESTATE OF
WILLIE E. PAYNE
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereb>
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County
Judge of Dade County, and file the
same In his office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
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 be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date November 5. A. D. 194s.
ARTHUR L. PAYNE
A Administrator of the Estate of
WILLIE E. PAYNE, Deceased.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Administrator.
11/9-16-23-J0 ________^^^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RIVIANNA APARTMENTS at
929 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida. _,___
HARRY DACKS
YETTA DACKS
Applicants.
MYERS & HEIMAN,
Attorneys for applicants.
650 Sevbold Bldg., Miami. Florida.
10/26 11/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LENOX HOTEL, Miami, Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. _____
LENORA MORRIS
(Free Dealer)
MORRIS BERICK.
Attorney for Owner,
605 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Fla.
10/19-26 11/2-9-16 ________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MAJESTIC PLASTIC COMPANY
(Net Inc.) at Postal Building. Miami.
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. AWorM..BRuBWi
Sole Owner.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
1023 Seybold Building
11/9-16-23-30 12/7____________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of JACKSON REFRIGERATION
SERVICE at 340 N. W. 12th Avenue
ST&rlf ST c1rcdu.tnacmoeurtWlohf
Dad. CountyAFlorldabTHBNBERG
(Sole Owner)
MARX FEINBERG, Attorney
11/9-16-13-30 12/7 ____________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the "ctitinus
name of PATTY JO'S RESTAU-
RANT at 2280 S. W. 32nd Avenue.
Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
FRANK M. GORDON
ELLA BRINK MAN
Co-Partners
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicants
10/26 11/2-9-16-23______________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictlous 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,
Florlda- HENRY STEINHOUSER.
HARRY DIETZ. Attorney.
1105 Congress Bldg.
11/2-9-16-23-30 ________________
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Is thr flf Vi
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RAUZIN INSURANCE AGENCY
at 128 N. E First Avenue. Miami.
SSVSS VffKB SSS
of Dade County^^. ^^
MOSES RAUZIN.
11/2-9-16-23-30___________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ROBIN HOOD INN. Miami, Flor-
ida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida. ______
BISCAYNE 36TH STRXET
CORPORATION
MORRIS BERICK.
Attorney for Owner
605 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida
10/19-26 11/2-9-16 3 J i
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PAGE SIXTEEN
* Jewish ncrkHar
J^iW^OVEM^
AN APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE OF AMERICA
SOUND SOLUTION
TO JEWISH HOMELESSNESS
fSm.
This is a map of the Middle East. Seven million square miles of Arab landsand tiny Palestine, promised to the Jewish
people, a mere ten thousand square milesless than one-tenth of one per cent in areaArid still begrudged to them.
THE JEWISH PEOPLE NEED PALESTINE!
THE JEWISH PEOPLE HAVE A RIGHT TO PALESTINE!
,
,
HERE ARE THE FACTS:
The historic connection of the Jewish people
with Palestine dates from Biblical limes.
In our own day. in 1917. Great Britain, recog-
nizing this historic connection, issued the Balfour
Declaration pledging the development of Pales-
tine at a National Home for the Jewish people.
In July. 1922, the League of Nations52 mem-
ber nationsgave to Great Britain the Mandate
over Palestine to facilitate Jewish immigration
and close settlement by the Jews on the land, for
the purpose of establishing a Jewish Homeland.
In September. 1922, the Congress of the Unit-
ed States, by Joint Resolution, gave its recog-
nition and approval to the Balfour Declaration.
In 1924, Great Britain and the United States
signed a Treaty ratifying the Balfour Declaration
and the Mandate, requiring the assent of the
United States to any modification of the Mandate.
In 1939, CONTRARY TO THESE LEGAL
GUARANTEES, and in violation of its agreement
with the United States of America. Great Britain
issued a White Paper nullifying the terms of the
Mandate, and closing the doors of Palestine to
further Jewish immigration and land purchase.
As a direct result of this action, hundreds of
thousands were barred from their own home-
land, and left to ruthless slaughter by the Nasis.
Protests to Great Britain went unheeded. The
excuse always was, "Military Expediency."
In 1944, however, both the Republican and
Democratic parties, recognising the great wrong
that had been done to the Jewish people, includ-
ed in their platforms pledges supporting the op-
ening of Palestine to unrestricted Jewish immi-
gration and the establishment there of a free and
democratic Jewish Commonwealth.
With the ending of the war the Jewish Peo-
ple had every reason to expect that Great Britain
would immediately reverse its White "per
policy of 1939.
THIS HAS NOT BEEN DONE!
Six million Jews have perishedrictims of
the Nasis.
A million and a half still remain in Europe (in
fact. 100.000 stiU in concentration camps), in"
vast majority among them look to Palestine
the answer to their nomelessness.
WE APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE OF
AMERICA TO ASSERT ITSELF.
We ask that these victims of Nasi oppression b
Svennot pity, not words, but JUSTICE, B
CTION. AND THE TIME FOR ACTION
NOW.
Every dictate of law. humanity and national
norevery principle for which this war "
foughtdemands thai the gate* of Palestine*
opened to unrestricted Jewish tormo;rat!on. ""
to the establishment there of free and dtmo
cratic Jewish Commonwealth.
honor-
MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT
MIAMI ZIONIST DISTRICT
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER OF HADASSAH
AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS
i
AMERICAN CHRISTIAN PALESTINE COMMITTEE
POALEIZION
JEWISH NATIONAL WORKERS ALLIANCE
MERACHI ORGANIZATION


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! PAGE TWELVE +JewisHhridiaii =22^22?5!^ Face Facts GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Fla. ADL Director Christian Front Rears Head After a winter's hibernation, the groundhog emerges to signal the coming of spring. Its perennial appearance is as a harbinger of peace and tranquility, symbolic of spring. But in sharp contrast with the groundhog, the Christian Front's revival, as gathered from the leaflet which announced its first meeting this month, is to foment hatred and disharmony. We have long been warned that the hate-mongers would attempt to "mount their white horses" as Soon as economic dislocations set in. Now. after the bloodiest of wars has been fought, costing the lives of 120,000 Americans, the Christian Front, which discreetly went underground four years ago when exposed as a threat to American security at home, has the hutzpah to rear its ugly head out of its iniquitous hole. The meeting held in the Borough of Queens, New York city, attracted only 150 persons, plus almost 100 policemen. The meeting was sponsored by Casimir Kudelski. alias C. Daniel Kurts. long an exponent of the hateline. In September. 1941. Kurts held a Christian Front meeting Olt the same corner in Queens, at which he declared President Roosevelt and Mayor LaGuardia •Jews and murderers" and referred to Jews as "yellow Asiatic Monogolian Communists." He was then arrested, charged with disorderly conduct on the complaint of Isidore E. Ginsberg, state commander of the Jewish War Veterans. Upon being found guilty, he was sent to Kings county hospital for a sanity test and subsequently sentenced to days in the work house. However, he was placed on probation at the request of Commander Ginsberg, when Kurts declared that while in the hospital he had had time "to think things over and change my views and told the judge that "some of my best friends are Jews." Isidore Ginsberg was in the j audience on the occasion of the Christian Front's revival meeting this month. When Homer Maertz, ex-Silver#hirter of Chicago, in a heated speech held up a copy of the book "Jewish Ritual Murder" stating he could prove "every word in it was true." and tried to peddle some literature, Mr. Ginsberg seized him and called a policeman. Maertz was held in $5,000 bail and two others arrested with him, Finest Elmhurst, under indictment on sedition charges, and Kurt Mertig. ordered away from the eastern coastline by the Armv after war was declared, were held in $2,000 bail each. In retrospect, the Christian Front's first attempt at revival met with dismal failure. Included in the audience was a large number of servicemen an' 1 women who were obviously hostile to the speakers. These were the men and women who had fought in the titanic struggle to preserve the American concept of fair-play and human equlity. If their 'thumbs down" decision of this past month can be taken as a barometer, hate groups will receive no popular backing from tlie veterans. 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Prwld.nt BB Sholeni Lodge Nominates Pallot E Albert Pallot was nominated for president of BnaJ B'rith Sholeni lodge on a slate returned by the nominating committee Tuesday evening. Other nominations are IN at Roth, for first vice president; Sam Silver, second vice president; Maurice Cromer. recording secretary; Alex Cohen, financial secretary; Sam B Miller, treasurer; Burnett Roth, monitor: Marx Feinberg. assistant monitor; John Kronenfeld, guardian; Jerome Wcinkle, warden. Nominated for three year trusteeships were Dr. Herman Meyer and Isaac Levin. Two year trusteeships will go to Lt. Col. Elrv Stone and Jerome 11. Freehling, a holdover. Two one-vear trustees anto be picked from the following: Ernest Sussman, Nathan Adelman, Harry Markowitz, Samuel Goldman. Al Quadow. Leo Ackerman. and J. Bernard Spector. An appeal made by Pallot. who is chairman of the lodge s bond drive, brought a sale of $9,900 worth of bonds at the melting. Entertainment w a s provided by the AZA Royal Palm chapter headed by Melvm Frumkes, president. Zionism and the Council (Continued from Page 9) possible, and wherever possible; and believes that those problems can best be handled by the leaders of the United Nations. We submit that the threats of violence by the leaders of Zionism and the Zionist ideology of Palestine nationhood absolves the non-Jewish world of its responsibility to Jews. That their insistence of impossibilities will be a loss for Jews, more so than for the people of other religions, and the loss of the benefits of the mighty authority of the United Nations. The Council looks with favor and enthusiasm upon the creation of a religious renaissance in Palestine. But the Council disapproves of the creation of a Jewish nation in Palestine or anywhere because, first, it is undemocratic; secondly, agitation for Palestine nationhood delays the alleviation of immediate suffering of Jews: thirdly, Judaism is a religion for the peoples of the world and not for a few square miles in Asia Minor. The Council believes that the United Nations should and will work out a compromise situation in Palestine whereby Jews, Christian and Moslems may be TO SELECT TEACHER A regular and special meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation to hire a teacher has been called by A. M. Bear, president. The meeting will be held 8:15'p. m. Tuesday at 590 S. W. 17 ave. MEMORIAL CHAPEL THOS. M. BUHNS, JB. Funeral Director ABF EISENBERG Treasurer 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE ia Washington Ar. Miami Beach In Nw,Y*rk; ?Sth St.. and Amsterdam Are. I WANT MY MILK Estab 1924 And B. Sui. Ifi FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk '7411k Product!" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VUlt Oar Farm at •200 M. W. 32nd Street The Council for JwJ not lost faith tatkVtiSi conscience of the woTln^ reborn faith in th. ; i ,h *i goodness of Zrtel *M Keves that thcTm "J a l > when our f,.|| ow A haj Ushman and Frtrfei^S en the doors of "oft > ment to Jewish ref u Z g0V( .While the Zionist SLu believes in using violent 1 essary. „, CouScU |^£ the Jew Mould hp m„ ? "* of peace in the cotifr* nations. We believe V *! mission of Israel can !" performed by Je^J^V members of the Jewish^ throughout the 3 £> citizens of a few squaretl* Asia Minor. wsqUarei !" li Buying War &* Keep on and Stamps. FLUORESCENT LIGHTS LABORATORY INSPECTED Radio-Ilectrlc Appli.n* ajj KANDEL ELECTRIC CO. 176 N. w. ut st. rtmm ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO, 41 N. E. 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PAGE FOURTEEN >JmisHhrkUar) 4 PALLOT RESUMES LAW PRACTICE Lieut. E. Albert Pallot, USNR. has been placed on inactive duty and will resume his law practice in the Ingraham building as a member of the law firm of Morehead, Pallot and Smith. In his 33 months with the Naval reserve, Pallot was graduated from NTS at Dartmouth college and Princeton university and for 22 months served at sea as commanding officer of Navy gun crews aboard merchant ships. He made numerous trips to the European, African, South American and Middle East areas. Pallot is a former assistant attorney general of the state and former attorney for the Florida State Board of Administration. He has served as master of the Coconut Grove Masonic lodge, patron of the Order of the Eastern Star, president of the Probus club, Miami Y and B'nai B'rith. He lives at 432 N. E. 26 ter. with his wife and daughter. RUSSIAN RELATIVES SEEK FLORIDIANS The Union of Russian Jews, Inc., is attempting to locate the following residents of Florida for whom it has received messages from relatives overseas: Viriovkin, Ivan Ivanovich, 45 yrs. old—message from father, Ivan Platonovich Viriovkin. Summer, Morris — from sister Fenia Geisman. Katz, Moishe— from H e r s h Krichman. of Odessa. Rabinovich, Shlema Iosifovich and his sons, Nuchim and Gershel, from niece, Sokolovskaya, Roza Pinkusovna. Isrsilev. Nathan Lvovich — from Mikhail Petrovskyi. Bolochovsky, Ionia Aronovich —from Mikh. Petrovsky. Gob, Chaim, Abe Jankel—from sister, Hana Shmulovich, of Riga. Weintraub, about 40 yrs. old— from his nephew, Major Nusyn Danziger. Kwistek, Pinchus, of Bialystock—from his daughter, Mrs. Margolis, born Kwiatek. Scheiner, Emanuel, mechanic, from mother, Gcnia Sansonovna Shainer, of Sambor. Bron, Jacob, of Kiev, professor of violin — from Mrs. DubinskayaKatsina. Shuchat, Jacob—from brother, Leonid Shuchat. Bilkis, Itsko Abramovish and Malka Khava Berkovna — from son A. I. I Kozak. Goichman, Mikhail Abramovich, pianist and Goichman Rashel, singer, from Mesik, Beila Leizerovna. Stetberg, Jack— from Memis, Zlata, of Dubno. For further details regarding the above write to: The Union of Russian Jews, Inc., 55 West 42nd st., room No. 952, New York 18, N. Y. OBITUARIES LUSTIG lift Hose I.iiBli*. 7*. of 1355 Drexel Av*., Miami Heath, died Sunday, In H huuuitaj. She cam* from Ing Inland C'Uy. N. jr., a year anc. Survivors Imhide a son, Charl.n. of New York, and six daughter*, of whom ana, Mrs. Ann Kale. Is a Miami Beaeh %  trident. The l>ody ha* heen Nent to New York by Rlveraldc chapel. CLOTT Harry Clott. 57, of 401 9:>th St.. Miami BflUlh, died Saturday In a hospital He earne from North Her%  n, N. J 1years ago, and was a retired realtor. Survivors Include his wife, Mr. I#na Clottj two daiiKhters, Mra. Huth Starling and Mrs. Sarah Stoop, all of Miami Heach. Services were held Monday In Riverside chapel. Burial wus in Mt. Neho cemetery. 8ELIQ Morris Mrllg, 62. died of a heart attack Sunday in his bom*, 400 OCMMI l>r.. Miami Beach. A retired realtor, he came from Philadelphia six yeais an.). Survivors Include his wife. Mrs. I!, .siSellg. and four daughters, Mrs. I'.ulil Stotland, Mrs. Kit Meiitter, Miss Frances and Mlsfl Martha Sellg. all of Miami Beach, and two sons. Milton E. and Joseph B., both In the Army. The body was sent to Philadelphia by Riverside chnpel. BLUMBERQ Sam Hlumbcrg. fifi, a baker, of 440 S. W. Eighth St., died last Wednesday In a local hospital. He came to Miami from Brooklyn three years ago. Survivors Include his wife, Annie, two daughters and four sons. all of Brooklyn. The body was sent to Broklyn by the Palmer funeral home for services and burial. LADIES PLAN DINNER AT HOME FOR AGED Plans for a dinner to be held Nov. 25 will be discussed at the general meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, 2 p. m., Tuesday, at the Miami Jewish Arthodox Congregation building, 590 S. W. 17 ave. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Field are sponsoring the dinner at the Home. 335 S. W. 12 ave., at 6 p. m. on the following Sunday. Reservations may be made by phoning the Home, 3-2470; Mrs. Paul Raff, 2-0270, or Mrs. Becky Levine, 5-1548. TEMPLE INAUGURATES STUDENT OFFICERS Chester Luby, new president of the student body of Temple Israel religious school, was given the oath of office Sunday by Rabbi Appelbaum. Chester, in turn, administered the oath to Bruce Ross, vice president and Marcia Cohen, secretary-treasurer. Class representatives to the Student council this year are Philip Weinstein, Jr., class IX; Robert Shapiro, class VIII; Dennis Wepman, class VTI; Wayne Tobin, class VI; Vicky Cohen, class V. Make yourself happy by knowing you are continuing to help, buy buying Eighth War Bands. INWA TO HAVE LATKE PARTY Final arrangements for its Chanukah latke party will be made by Bialik branch 290 of the Jewish National Workers' Alliance at its regular meeting at 8:30 p. m. Monday at the Miami Beach Y. The latke party will be held at the Beach Y. the evening of Sunday, Dec. 2. After a brief business meeting, A. M. Dorff will give a talk in Yiddish. YOU MAY REGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH INTERNAL BATHS ThU advanced method of Internal Balht quickly eliminate* Toxic poison from the system ihui relieving the distressing symptoms of Rheumatism. Arthritis, Neuritis and many other diseases. Appointment only Hydro Therapy Clinic An Ethical Institution 39 S. E. 6th Street Phone 2-8396 ZUCKERMAN Fannie Zuekerman, 70. of 81.1 S. W. 83rd Ave., died Tuesday night In her home after a lingering Illness. She came to Miami four years ago and was a member of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. She Is survived by her husband. Israel, and one son. Larry. Funeral services were conducted yesterday In the Palmer Funeral chapel by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky. Interment followed in the family plot at Mt. Nebo cemetery. FOOTBALL TONIGHT U of MIAMI Vs. North Carolina State 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, Fan's Tours, Miami Beach, or The U. of Miami NEXT WEEK'S GAME MICHIGAN STATE for REST CONVALCSCENCf wCMROMIcCkSM un-Ray Park Ith Resort MIAMI r ft t () JQ'-COUPTfLORlOA Wright Company, Inc. A Georgia Corporation 132 NE. 11th St.—Phone 3-4741 Complete Line Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Equipment Complete Furnishings for Hotels Glassware— Chinaware—Silverware Steam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bake Ovens—Hot Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERING 8ERVICE FOR LAYOUTS ^r710S.W.I2tkAV.||iAMH L 33431_A 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" OfHCUliY KNOUT TK MAJ0IJTY Of NWTNCM Kim FWEML MKS M"M Oadl, fmnaUd M ft.qum UltHIC MIAMI BEACH I, MIAM Exclusively Jewish 2 MEN'S CLUB PREPARES FOR OPEN MEETING In preparation for its first open meeting, the Men's club of Temple Beth Sholom set up three committees last week. Dr. Denis Quittner, temporary chairman appointed Al Strauss, chairman of the nominating committee; Bertram C. Waller, chairman of the constitution and by-laws committee; and Henry Schmerin and Leo Solomon, chairman of the program committee. The club's first open meeting will be held 8 p. m. Nov. 27 at the Temple. The nominating committee will give its report at that time. Elections are scheduled for December. Dues have been set at $5 a year. CARD PARTY SLATED BY DENVER HOME A card party will be given by the Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, 1:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Victor hotel, 12th st. and Ocean dr. Tickets are priced at $1. Those in charge of arrangements are the Mesdames Edith Pollack, chairman; Irene Kirstein, co-chairman; Beatrice Ross, refreshments, and Freida Strelitz, tickets. BETH DA VID H AS PTA Plans for a students' library, home study groups and recreation activities will be formulated by the newly organized Beth David Parent-Teachers' association at its next meeting Dec. 5. Election of permanent officers and board members will take place at an early date. Young Judea groups meet every Monday at 5 p. m. at Beth David. A report of the „„ committee will & mir >in ( board meeting 0 f diril *" i Miami Y 8:30 wiS?**! rung. Michael SSL*! *• letic director w£T5 new tt Wednesday, wSPbTkH 5 at the meeting. lMt Rifas and Harry Cordo "^ nomination meeting W HI K. & in December. 8 %  %  U. OFM^SYMSOMV BEGINS SUNDAY George Sando, pianist, will h. guest artist with the Univa*! of Miami orchestra whRn. open its season of concerts SS p. m. Sunday at the Mi.? Senior High school. Dr^E deste Alloo is conductor Th. concert will be repeated Monday evening. ua > Subscription sales for both Sunday and Monday CODOHS are the largest in the histo^ the symphony, Mrs. Arnol Vote manager, reports. ** Single tickets for all U. of M programs and recitals are now on sale at the University in room 331; at Amidons, 330 S. E. First St.; at Cordelia's Book store, 44 S. E. First st., and at the Miami Beach Radio shop, 1219 Lincoln rd. The program Sunday and Monday will include Von Gluck's Overture to "Iphifenia in Aulis"; Symphony No. 7 D by Joseph Haydn; Ernst Toch's overture to "Pinocchio"; and Beethoven's Concerto No. 5 in E Flat Major. ilEU) BliCHYIlE RREI1R S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE. BOXING I I WRESTLING THURSDAY TUESDAY FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND 3-1236 JOS \ PLUMMER I JR. 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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16,' 1949 ,———*— %  "%  .. i — (Continue d from PB 2) Under the chairmanship of Mrs Gus Feuer, the Temple Israel Sisterhood will give a carnival and dante theevening of nee. 3. Committee chairmen are Mrs. MatJry Koven and Mrs. Lester Hartz, refreshments; Mrs. Max Orovitz and Mrs. Frank Seiden, decorations; Mrs. Albert Hirsch, gift donations; Mrs. Irving Kobley and Mrs. Manuel Joseloff, booths; and Mrs. Henry Wolff, souvenirs. Details of the affair are to be announced in the near future Recently elected to the board of directors of the Probus club were Al Quadrow, Eugene Weiss, Al Kushner, Ben Kohl, Leonard Wein, Ben Hartley The Pan Arab league was Shepard Broad's topic of discussion at the Miami Beach Zionist Lunchebn club Wednesday The Misses Evelyn and Ruth Rosenthai were awarded special prizes at the Miami Service league's cocktail party Tuesday night. The Rosenthai sisters hatfe served over 350 hours entertaining members of the armed forces Mrs. Herbert U. Feiberman, chairman of the Red Cross sewing group which meets at TempJe Israel Tuesday from 19:30 a. m. to 4 p. m., is in need of volunteer workers Debb's chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, will hear a speech by GeorgeT. Talianoff, ADL director, at their meeting 8:15 p. m. Tuesday at the Miami Y The local Jewish Book council has arranged exhibits for Junior Hadassah, Beth David Sisterhood and Temple Beth ShoJom in observance of Jewish Book month ... A bingo and card party; with door prizes and refreshments, wrll be held by the Miami Beach Mizrachi at the Kenmore hotel, 1050 Washington. gjj 8 Pm Tuesday. Mrs. A. J. Safra is ticket chairman THE BABY PARADE Danna Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald LeRoy Meyer 2196 S. W. 22 st., was born Oct! 24 Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Edward Weinstock, 5736 La Gorce dr., are the parents of a girl born Oct. 21 Lynne Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Abram Durbin, 735 14 pi Oct ?J V • Its „2 S* 1 for the Herman Mintzers, 2005 S. W. 17 ave. She was born Oct. 5 Arthur Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Daniel Kaufman, 104 N. E. 22 st., Oct. 22 Susan Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Milton Rose, 1030 Everglades concourse, M. B., Oct. 17 ... A boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frankel, 1132 Euclid ave., Oct. 11... Linda Dianna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bert Berger, 2740 N. W. 19 ave., Oct. 24 Valerie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weissler, 337 N. W. 48 St., Oct. 20 Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Brisim of the sons of the following recently: Set. and Mrs. Max Baden, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Waxman. # "V, I < m •;, %  ^ '. %  < > i '. < ( %  %  ^ %  Lsr^l^RHlHntf BH.llaaa.IH HE



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HIDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1945 +Jewish flcrkliari PAGE THIRTEEN This lime-back America le the limit. BUY EVERY EXTRA VICTORY BOND YOU CAN X70UR service-bar for Bond-buying is imaginary. X Your home-coming soldier or sailor can't see it/ It can't tell him how many Bond drives your money went into. But you know whether you can be proud of your Bond-buying record—or whether you're going to feel ashamed when you shake the hand of a returned CI who wears a coat with an empty sleeve. Remember, no matter how many Bands you've bought, you've only saved your own money— made an enviable nest egg for yourself! You only bougfu, while lie fought. And now, America's Great Victory Loan is here! It must raise over 11 billions! To help pay the huge cost of Victory—to help bring our fighting men back home—to provide proper care for our over 300,000 wounded—to help us all back to peace and prosperity. Yes, here's your chance to make up for doing less than you could in the other drives—or to far surpass your own good record. Buy every Victory Bond you can, and do it now! LOAM FOR PEACE AND PROSPERITY This Message Made 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 Pin* 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 Woman's Apparel AMERICA 5 GREAT VICTORY IOAW Possible Through the Generosity of the Following Firms and Individuals: EAST COAST FISHERIES INC. 390 Wast Flagler Street RAINBOW GARDENS FLORIST 940 N. E. 79th Street RUSStfN BEAR RESTAURANT 929 Lincoln Road SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Drive SOUTH SEAS HOTEL 751 Collins Avenue __ PLUMBING SUPPLIES 2116 N. W. 27th Aranua flj STRAW ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 1236 N. E. 2nd Ayanua m_ STEVENS MARKETS 2001 N. W. 92nd St. MORRIS BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE 1291 Washington Avenue CAMPBELL HOMES 233 N. W. 29th Street DR. C. H. EDMUNDS 7501 BUcayne Boulevard ENFIELD CAMERA SHOP 409 Lincoln Road GORDON'S WOMEN'S APPAREL SHOP DuPont Building JACKIE'S FINE FOODS RESTAURANT 134 %  23rd Street LIFE BAR & PACKAGE STORE 463 Collins Avenue PAN AMERICAN METAL PRODUCTS CO.. INC. 252 N. W. 29th Street A. SACHS REAL ESTATE American Bank Bldg. SOUTH FLORIDA PRODUCE 1260 N. W. 22nd Street VICTOR'S DRUM 3622 Coral Way



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PR^AY. NOVEMBER 16, 1945 *JenistifhridHa/n PAGE FIFTEEN Binder found records CURRENT COMMENT BY H. A. BINDER L if. Member Million Dollar Hound Teble National Auoeiation of Life Underwriter. With "the news of Cairo, Egypt, currently in the spotlight, it recalls my visit of several years ago to the Cairo Museum. At the tim, they were bringing in the treasures found in King Tut Ankh Amen's tomb. If a mojig the treasures in King Tut Ankh Amen's tomb there had been that the Prophet Joseph organized the first Life Insurance Company, an additional award of merit could be credited to the people of Israel for creating the most potent economic factor in the lives of more than sixty-five million American life insurance policy holders. Those of you who have read the 41st Chapter of Genesis recall Pharoh's dream of Joseph's interpretation of it. How Pharoah's following the advice of Joseph had his deputies set aside food during the seven years of abundance and when the famine came "in all the Land of Egypt there was bread." To this day life insurance men follow the same rule, that of advising their clients to "set aside during productive years a fund to take care of the Sunset Days of life." That fund will also act as a buffer for your family, if prior to having adequately provided for them, you should be called to the Great Beyond. A most acceptable plan is the one that projects your income to your wife and children for as many years as in your opinion the need should exist For life insurance advice, call any National Association of Life Underwriters member in Miami. Station WIOD will carry a rebroadcast of the Birnbaum Music collection from Cincinnati, Saturday night, Nov. 24, at 11:30 p. m. in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Hebrew Union college. CENTER LADIES PLAN AUCTION. REVIEW Mrs. Pauline Watkins will review Louise Spencer's "Guerrilla Wife" tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. David Fenstcrheim, 1845 Taylor St., Hollywood, for the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center. Climaxing a week of activity, the Center will hold a Victory bond drive auction 2:30 p. m. Sunday on the lawn of the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fincke, 1525 Van Buren st. S. Zaconick will be the auctioneer. In case of rain the auction will be postponed till the following Sunday. Proceeds from the regular Wednesday night social held Nov. 1< and other affairs are given to the educational fund. CALEHdAR Of EVEHTS Tuesday, November 20, 1945: National Home for Jewish Children, Card Party, Victor hotel, 1:30 p. m.; Jewish Welfare Board, Volunteer Meeting, 3 p. m.. Federation office: Jewish Social Service Iiureau, Personnel Committee Meeting. 8 p. m., Federation office. Wednesday, November 21, 1946: Town Board Meeting, 8 p. m.: Temple Beth Sholom, Sisterhood Meeting, LEGAL NOTICES TURKEY DAY BOXING TO HELP CHILDREN The Miami Beach Elks' Roosevelt Memorial fund will benefit from the Thanksgiving boxing show the lodge will sponsor at the Biscayne arena. The boxing show is one of a series of events planned to raise $10,000 for the Elks' cripple children's hospital at Umatila. Arthur Triester, exalted ruler, reports that Promoter Sam Weinstein has turned the arena over to the lodge. Ernest Woolfe, fight ticket chairman, announces that 36 special boxes will be available at $100 a ticket. General admission and reserved seat tickets will be available at popular prices. BOYS' CLUB JOINS MIAMI BEACH Y The Keystone club for boys from 15 to 17 has joined the family of youth groups at the Beach Y, Jack P. Marash, executive director, announced this week. Danny Kohl is president of the group which meets at the Y every Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Herb Rich is vice president; Stuart Jacobs, treasurer; Raymond Jacobson, recording secretary; Julius Ser, corresponding secretary. The club, which meets under the supervision of the Y staff, has joined the Intermediate council of Y clubs. FOOD PACKAGES SENT TO RUSSIA, POLAND The Union of Russian Jews, Inc., a non-profit organization, known for establishing contact between American and their relatives in the Soviet Union is now sending food packages not only to the Soviet Union, but also to any part of Poland (including Vilmo). It is also locating relatives in Soviet Russia, Poland and other parts of Europe under Red Army occupation. For detailed information regarding packages and locating of relatives, write to the Union of Russian Jews, Inc., 55 West 42nd St., r.r. 952-953, New York 18, N. Y. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STRAND BEAUTY SHOP at 302.'. N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, HILDA KRONER Applicant MYERS AND HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HONEST MIKES 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 Attorney for Applicants 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUE-ANN NOVELTY SHOP at 825 Washington Ave Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DORIS LASHER SYLVIA BECKMAN 10/19-26 11/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name of PLASTIC MODES at 4102 N. Miami Avenue, Intend to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALLEN RUBIN ROLAND Q. DAVIS ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicants 10/19-26 11/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PRED'S at Ulfi Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DAVID PRED REBA PRED ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney 1010 Biscavne lllilg. 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 PWO TO HOLD TEA Members of the Miami Beach Pioneer Women's Organization, and their friends have been invited to a combination membership tea and Oneg Shabbat at the home of Mrs. L. Rubin. 950 Pennsylvania ave., this afternoon at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be guest speaker. Refreshments will be served. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at 111 West Flagler Street, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALICE CUTLIP HARRY DIETZ, Attorney 1105 Congress Building 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade County, Florida No. 15516 Re: Estate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that she has filed her final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE, de-seaied: and that on the 30th day or November, 1945, will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of the Estate of MARIE AGATHA WHITE, deceased. This 23th day of October. 1945. MARGARET WHITE DUNCAN. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Administratrix. 10/26 11/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of VOGUE ACCESSORIES, at 704 and 706 N. E. First Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ELI LEVINE, Applicant. MEYERS AND HEIMAN, Attorneys for Applicant. 11/16-23-30 12/7-14 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. Floridn. FRANK A. WISE CHARLES F. CONE NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 Freedom of speech mean careless talk! does not Palm Beach IOC MJUT 8CH1ZBNKX BcprMtrntattr* LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CORAL OABLES INN. at 303 Mlnoria Avenue, Coral Gables, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE SACKS. Owner. HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant, Congress Bldg. 11/16-23-30 12/7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged In business under the fictitious name of DURANT'S SUNDRIES, at 1205 West Flagler Street. Miami, Florida, and Intends to register the said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. JOSEPH S1BGEL. Sole Owner. GEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorney. 11/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged In business under the fictitious name of CHARLES ROBERTS & CO. notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, 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 be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date November 5. A. D. 194s. ARTHUR L. PAYNE A Administrator of the Estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, Deceased. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Administrator. 11/9-16-23-J0 ^^^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RIVIANNA APARTMENTS at 929 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. _,___ HARRY DACKS YETTA DACKS Applicants. MYERS & HEIMAN, Attorneys for applicants. 650 Sevbold Bldg., Miami. Florida. 10/26 11/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LENOX HOTEL, Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. _____ LENORA MORRIS (Free Dealer) MORRIS BERICK. Attorney for Owner, 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla. 10/19-26 11/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAJESTIC PLASTIC COMPANY (Net Inc.) at Postal Building. Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. A WorM.. BRuBWi Sole Owner. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 1023 Seybold Building 11/9-1623-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JACKSON REFRIGERATION SERVICE at 340 N. W. 12th Avenue ST&rlf ST c1rc d u.t na c m o e urt Wl o h f Dad. County A Florlda bTHBNBERG (Sole Owner) MARX FEINBERG, Attorney 11/9-16-13-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the "ctitinus name of PATTY JO'S RESTAURANT at 2280 S. W. 32nd Avenue. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida FRANK M. GORDON ELLA BRINK MAN Co-Partners ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicants 1 0/26 11/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictlous 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, Florlda HENRY STEINHOUSER. HARRY DIETZ. Attorney. 1105 Congress Bldg. 11/2-9-16-23-30 {TvJCUST BROS Ky, Is thr flf Vi NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RAUZIN INSURANCE AGENCY at 128 N. E First Avenue. Miami. SSVSS VffKB SSS of Dade County^ !" ^. ^^ MOSES RAUZIN. 11/2-9-1 6-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROBIN HOOD INN. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ______ BISCAYNE 36TH STRXET CORPORATION MORRIS BERICK. Attorney for Owner 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida 10/19-26 11/2-9-16 —3 J i A' i



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PAGE TWO 9-JewisiinorkHafl PERSONALLY SPEAKING FROM THE BOND BOOTH Women who have sold enough bonds to earn honorary naval ranks in the Blue Star Brigade will be decorated by Vice Admiral Patrick Nelson Lynch Bellinger tomorrow night at me Roney Plaza hotel Among those whom he'll award will be Mrs. Frank Kline of the Jewish War Veterans' auxiliary and Mrs Rose Weiss, of the American Jewish Congress who at last count were vice admirals. Early this week, Mrs. Monte belig. chairman of the Jewish division, reported $26,000 of bonds sold by Mrs. Milton Wolf, captain, and Mrs. N. Douglas Raff, lieutenant, representing Hadassah. For B'nai B'rith, Mrs. Jack rein, lieutenant-commander, has sold $62,715 and for the AJC. Mrs. Weiss and Mrs. Stella Feld's combined sales were SlOI.UUu. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of the M. B. Service league reported that her group has pledged $35,000, of which $10,000 has already been sold. B'nai B'rith girls of Miami Beach are out to top their Seventh War Loan sales of $52,900 according to the Misses Barbara Frumkes and Gloria Mantell, co-chairmen. The guls are mannig the Beach theater booth where they sold $4,875 during the opening week of the drive B'nai B'rith Women representatives — Miss Jeanette Teller, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Mrs Jack Fein, Mrs. Doris Wexler and Mrs. Esther Schecter — are selling bonds at the Mercantile National bank today and tomorrow Jems chapter of B'nai B'rith girls have volunteered to sell bonds and stamps at the Cinema theater Mrs. Saul Appelbaum is chairman of the Temple Israel Sisterhood's bond committee Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood will have charge of the Mercantile bank booth Tuesday Mrs. Jay Hirsch and Mrs. A. Berow are sparking the Beth Jacob bond drive. AROUND AND ABOUT Mrs. Dave Gendel and Mrs. Harry Levin, of Brooklyn, arrived Monday and will remain here for the Bar Mitzva of their nephew, Herbert Cohen, sometime in December. Herbert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Cohen, 1813 S. W. 21st St.. with whom Mrs Gendel and Mrs. Levin are staying ... Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk celebrated their seventh anniversary Saturday night at a dinner for 12 in the Versailles hotel Jacob Levine has been ill in St. Francis hospital ... Sid Palmer was host to a hunting and fishing party at the Rod and Gun club in Everglades City over the weekend. Included in the party were Lee Lincoln, Andrew Wiggins, Max R. Silver and Fred Shochet. Mr. Lincoln was recently released from the Army after serving four and a half years in the finance department as a sergeant Tobi Jacobskind, Joyce Stroberg and Betty Weintraub will participate in the traditional "Odd-Even" musical comedy at Florida State College for Women next Thursday and Friday at homecoming Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edelman, 905 Euclid ave., announced the engagement of their daughter, Erma Lee, to Pvt. Bernard Rosenblatt yesterday. Miss Edelman is a student at Miami Beach High school and a member of B'nai B'rith Young Women. Pvt. Rosenthal, son of Mrs. Rose Rosenblatt, 246 Jefferson ave., is a graduate of Technical High school and the Denver, Colo., Photo Lab. Technical school. He is now serving overseas. No date has been set for the wedding. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Harold Turk, president of B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge, and >rge J. Talianoff, Florida regional director of ADL, will be in Lakeland Monday to address that city's B'nai B'rith lodge on membership and anti-defamation work Mrs. David Stotland an" Miss Frances Selig left for Philadelphia Monday to accompany the body of their father, Morris Selig, who died here Sunday Dr I. L. Fishbein is at the University of Pennsylvania studying psychiatry ... Dr. Harry Kraft is spending a two week vacation in New York ... Ray Redman has left for New York Mrs. Ira Goldberg has been called out of town by illness of her mother, Mrs. S. Alpern of Charleston. S. C Harry Sirkin is vacationing in Mexico City Miss Rita Grossman left this morning to spend Thanksgiving week in New Jersey Mrs. Frank Quitner returned to Los Angeles last week after visiting here with her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, for two and a half months Mrs. Henrv Habif returned to Cuba Monday Mr. and Mrs. Cornblum, after visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver, here, have left for Charleston. S. C. Jack Levy left for Philadelphia after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Decky, 905 Michigan ave. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller have left for New York. BACK IN TOWN Mrs. Daniel Cromer has returned to her home. 432 N. E. 26 ter.. after vacationing in New York and Baltimore for five months. Her daughter. Miss Florence Cromer, has resumed her studies at the University of Miami where she is a senior, after taking a summer course at Columbia university. She is majoring in drama ... Dr. J. M. Rosenthal. 244 Rivo Alto Island, has returned from his summer vacation and reopened his office at 420 Lincoln rd. Alfred Gottesman has returned from a business trip to New York Mrs. Sadye G. Rose is back in Miami after an extended stay in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Chicago and New York. (CONTINUED ON PAQE 3) g W, NOVEMB ER it Martin T. Cohns Live Here After 4'State Honeymoon HEBREW BOOK STORES 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties After a honeymoon trip to Silver Springs. New Orleans, Biloxi, Miss., and Mobile. Ala.. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Theodore Cohn are making their home here. The couple was married Sept. 30 at Temple Israel. The double ring ceremony was performed by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan before a flower banked altar. The bride is the former Miss Harriet Julian Damenstein. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Damenstein. Mr. Cohn is the son of Mrs. Tillie Cohn and the late Harry Cohn of Philadelphia. Wedding attendants were the Mesdames LeRoy S. Bowman. Sydney Weintraub, and Milton Levkoff, bridesmatrons; Mrs. Ralph Ryder, matron of honor; Betty Ryder, flower girl; Eileen Karns. train carrier; Richard Cromer, ring bearer. The bride was given in marriage by her father. T %  c The bride s uncle, Le Roy a. Bowman, was best man. Ushers were Sydney Weintraub, Ralph Ryder and Milton Leykoff. A program of nuptial, music w given by Mrs. Jean Saber, orju. it; Melvin Michaels, violinist; and Mrs. Genevieve Parker! vocalist. The reception which lo). lowed the ceremony, Miss. Sarah Shargaa kept the bride's guest book. A wedding dinner was held for the bridal party and the immediate family. Out of town relatives were jlr. and Mrs. Le Roy S. Bowouncl Atlanta, uncle and aunt of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Levkoff. of Columbia, S. C, couwi of the bride; the groom's uack Morris dick, and his mother, ol Philadelphia. MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Machtei. Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 A social "get together" of Miami Beach Jewish Center members, their wives and friends will be held at the Center, Wednesday evening. An address will be given by Rabbi Irving Lehrman and musical se lections will be rendered by Cantor Emanuel Barkan and the Center choir, under the direction of Joseph Schreibman, musical director. The Sisterhood will serve refreshments at the reception which will follow in the patio. PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK.. No Job Too Ur| or Toe >ml| Estimates Cheerfully Qlven ~ PHONE 34*24 •"" Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. Children love these cuddly stuffed bears $ 3 .75 ToyJand is optn! *W* your gift selection* no* .while stocks are COBplete. See the adoohi %  ruffed brown bean %  cozy and cuddly • • wonderful gi^ for toT tots. MIAMI STORE. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jelsttk>rldllan In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach; Mom Meecheloff, Rabbi; Orthodox—Friday evening service at 6:15 p. m. Adult Saturday morning: service. 8:30 a. m. Rabbi Moscheloff will preach on •'And Thou Shalt Spread Abroad." Cantor Louis D. Feder will chant the services. Junior congregation services for boys and girls of elementary age, 10 a. m. Intermediate services for adolescents. 10 a. m. The Bible study group Will meet with S. J. Froedman at 4 p. m. Shalos Sudos, 5:15 p. m. The rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday morning. Junior classes, 10 a. m. to noon. Bar Mltava study class Tuesday and Thursday, 7 p. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREQATION. 590 S. W. 17th ave.— Friday evening services. 5:15 o'clock. Saturday morning services at 9 a. m. Pally services at 9 n. m. and 5:30 p. m. Junior congregation services Saturday at 9 a. in at Schaarei Zedek Talmud Toroh, 1545 S. W. Third St. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. 135 N. 'W. Third Ave.; Max Shapiro. Rabbi; Conservative — Late Friday evening, services at 8:16 o'clock. Cantor Abraham Friedman and the Beth David choir will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro has spoken with several Christian delegates from Latin and South American countries who attended the World Christian Zionist conference in Washington. He will discuss "The Christian World Has Snoken!" An open forum will follow the social hour in the auditorium Mrs. Cella Segal! will be hostess In honor of her brother's return from the armed force*. The floral offering lias been donated by Mrs Louis Markowitl in gratitude of her husband's recent recovery Saturdnv morning services at 8:30 a m. will be followed hV student services at 10:S0 a m Sidnev Pick<-.n. Frank Qreenbert! and Charles Rosenhlltt officiate All parents and friends are cordially Invited to attend th< %  • MIAMI RFACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami BearH: Irvina Lehrman. Rabbi: Conservative Friday ev< I h service. ":1" n m, Late cervices. 8:15 r> ni Rabbi Lehrmnn will speak on "The Po er %  the P< • %  • r of Jewish !• nth C.intor Em.in. uel Barkan will hanl thi -• > PS assisted bv tbe Center Cl Bal urdav morning services, %  a m Ttaibl T^ehrman will preach on (hi "Weekly Portion of tbe T.'W .1-:' congregation service* Saturday T 1 n. m. Raturdav evening, Mlnchs al f. p. m. follnwi .1 l"Shalos S I Maariv ABA BP.0 Bar Mil breakfast Pundav at 9 a m Mllt< Mannhelmer will !• u • ••: %  ker Hebrew school and Sunday I now In session. Youth council activities every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st St.. Miami Beach: Leon Kronish. Rabbi: Samuel Kelemer. Cantor: Liberal .1. n % %  < Book Sabbath wl!! be rated at ser* vices tonlghl at t %  m Rabbi Kronlsh • mon LintI gin's "Germany's Stepchildren." Saturday mi Cantor Kelemer u 111 chant at all services A IE minute organ prelude will precede each service. To school. Sunday. 10 a m. Hebrew rlasses. weekday a^'ernoons. 3'4"> p. m. All children between Hie ages of 5 and 14 are invited to register. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 117 N. E. 19th St.: Saul Apoelbaum. Rabbi; Reform —Fridav evening services at 8:16 5 m. P.abbi Appelbaum will speak. Irs F Max Goldstein will light tbe candles and say the blessing. Mrs Malvin Lichter wi'l be In charge of the reception in Kaplan Hall which Will follow the service She will be assisted by the Mesdames Julius Pamensteln. Roy V. fllndv, IIv Boyell and Louis Boyell. The reception will be in honor of Lt r. der Ciindy. whe has recently returned from overseas. Saturday morning services will be resumed pec. \. BEACH LODGF TO HEAR DR. GOTTSCHALL Dr. A. W. Gottschall, Florida regional director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the Miami Beach Elementary school, 14th st. and Washington ave. In addition to the program, a report of the nominations committee will be given. Elections will be held at the first meeting in December. Affiliated chapters of B'nai B'rith have been invited to attend the meeting. CRANES TO LIVE IN CHICAGO Miss Fae Margo, 1043 Euclid ave., and Cpl. Jack Crane of Chicago were married Sunday at the home of Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Following the ceremony they went to Newark, N. J., the bride's home, before going to Chicago to live. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Drasner were best man and matron of honor and their daughter. Michele, was flower girl. A reception for relatives and friends was given at the bride's residence following the ceremony. ANTI-JEWISH RIOTERS JAILED BY BRITISH CAIRO (JTA)—As a British military court in Tripoli imposed sentences of five years each on Arabs convicted of looting during the anti-Jewish riots there last week, the authorities rounded up 17 prominent Arabs, suspected of belonging to an underground nationalist movement, for questioning in connection with the disorders. Tripoli and the other places in Tripolitania where violences occurred are quiet, although armed troops continue to patrol the streets and a 5 p. m. curfew is still in effect. Last Saturday troops guarded synagogues and stod by to protect Jews attending services. (A cable from London reports that the anti-Jewish riots in Egypt and in Tripolitania are being systematically exploited by official Arab propagandists there, implicitly confirming that j the riots were staged for political pressure.) The Ankara radio reported, meanwhile, that Fawzi Kaukad7.\, leader of the anti-Jewish and anti-British disturbances in Pal! estine in 1936, has arrived in Saudi Arabis. He was previousj ly reported dead by the Nazi i Ministry of Propaganda in Berlin, with which he and the Muf' ti of Jerusalem worked. GROUPS CRITICIZED ON RULES FINE STAND New York (JTA)—The American Jewish Conference this week issued a statement charging the American Jewish Committee and I the American Council for Judaism with "obstructing the efforts of the majority of American Jewry towards a just solution of the Palestine problem." The specific charge against the American Jewish Committee 8 iya that when Judge Joseph Proskauer and Jacob Blaustein. leaders of the Committee, conferred with President Truman, they asked him to use his influence to obtain prompt and substantial increase in the number of certificates for Jewish immigration into Palestine, but "utilized the occasion" also to advise the president that political questions relating to the future <>t Palestine should be put aside. "Since President Truman had already made his request to Prime Minister Attlee for 100,000 immigration certificates, the intervention of the representatives of the American Jew ish Committee, whatever may have been their alleged intent, could only be interpreted as an effort to create the impression in the President's mind that a segment of American Jewry was opposed to political action now with regard to Palestine," the Ameri! can Jewish Conference stated. With regard to the American Council M Judaism, the statement charged Lessing Roscnwaldi president of the Council, witli making public in the press a statement in which he declared that an overwhelming body of American Jews opposes a Jewish homeland in Palestine. It also charges Rabbi Morris Lazaron of the Council with publishing in the N. Y. Times a two-column letter to the editor, timed to appear on the day of the Madicon Square Garden protest meeting, in which he said that American Christians should know that Jews are divided on the Palestine issue and expressed the opinion that rather than indulge in mass-meetings and in "irritating public pressure", it should be possible to mitigate the fears of the Arabs by international guarantee against "Jewish domination." MIAMI VARnJ^ "" M i mi tha 0 m r^o(>I Play Safe! Be Patriotic! Be American! Subscribe to the Great Victory Loan Drive now in progress. 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He is the trade mark on every bottle of wine produced by members of the Wine Growers Guild of Lodi, California an agricultural association of four non-profit cooperative wineries belonging to over 300 California wine grape growers. Guild cellars are located in the choice California wine districts of Lodi, Woodbridge, Sanger and Cucamonga. CONTEST RULES 1. Each name submitted must be accompanied by the red cellulose seal (or a reasonable facsimile) which can be found at the top of any size container of Guild wine. Simply cut this seal and forward same together with your name selection on the contest form 2. Each name submitted must be accompanied by separate seal (or facsimile). You may submit as many names as you desire. 3. Names must be submitted on regular contest form. These forms are obtainable free of charge at all retail stores where wines are sold. 3. Contest begins November 19th and ends December 31st. 5. No employees of this firm or employees of any stores selling Guild wines will be allowed to participate in this contest. Decision of the judges is final. All entries remain the property of Modern Distributors. If winning names are received in duplicate date of receipe of ame will precede for award. 6. Mail your bottle seals (or facsimile) with entry blanks to Modern Distributors, 965 S. W. 8th St, Miami or return these entry blanks to your GUILD dealer.



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tf NOVEMBER 16, 1945 +JewisMcridlian PAGE SEVEN kT EB MIAMI JUM4VY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Oi The Iwtah Wellaxe Board Help Ui Keep > Record of Our Men in Service r\ p\ SERVICE vliiMMDE! ZION TAG DAY TO PROMOTE SALE OF LAND IN PALESTINE INHA SERVICE >Mii A Memorial serV were held Oct. 21 in Mafor the late Lt. Robert hpr Lt. Richter s wife and reside with bis Parents. MiMrs. Joseph Richter, at 4666 tnaPiain Colman A. Zwitman, lihf Army's Manila base, conEd th" service. Lt. Richter. fcrmer student of the Umversr 0 f Florida, was a member of %  congregation of the Temple Lei Chaplain Zwitman is %  hi of this congregation on [ve as Army Chaplain. The aplain informed members of Richter's unit of the prosed memorial services and -any attended. |Lt Richter was a supply offiir of the 148th infantry regiment On Feb. 7 his unit, under Instant Jap shelling, occupied he courtyard of the presidential dace in Manila. In the courtBird, Lt. Richter noticed one of |is men, Al Gold, who had been Ct bv enemy fire, writhing in kin." The lieutenant rushed to Eve assistance. As he was administering aid to the wounded ban, a shell exploded in the purtyard and both patient and hfcuer were instantly killed. Lt. Richter was buried Feb. 8. 3e was posthumously awarded he Silver Star medal for heroLike father, like son, Larry Kaplan left for Camp Blanding last Friday on his 18th birthday to replace his father, Louis E. Kaplan, 1127 Ocean blvd., Golden Beach. The elder Kaplan is a veteran of campaigns in France, Belgium and Germany. Waunded in the chest by shrapnel, he refused the Purple Heart when it was offered him because, as his son says, "Dad wasn't looking for any glory. He wanted to get in, do his duty and get out." Larry is a former state guardsman. Chaplain Morris J. Besdin, son of Mrs. Ida Besdin, 624 S. W. 14 ave., has been promoted to captain. He has been serving overseas for the past four months, touring Alaska and the Aleutians as chaplain of the Alaska department. He was formerly rabbi of the Congregation Beth Hamidrash Hagodol of Washington Heights, N. Y. S-lc Morris Melcalfe, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Metcalfe. 1268 S. W. Fourth St., has reported to Norfolk, Va., for reassignment after completing signal corps training at Bainbridge, Md. He will probably help transport troqps to the U. S. from England aboard the transport Randolph. Among Miami men honorably discharged at Camp Blanding Saturday are Sgt. Theodore Rubel, 781 Washington ave., and Pfc. Cornell Wolf, 2843 Sheridan ave. T-4 David S. Goldfine. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dolgin. 900 Pennsylvania ave., has been released from the Army after serving almost four years in the transportation corps. He made six trips to and from Europe carrying troops over and bringing back wounded servicemen. He wears the Bronze Star. ETO and American Theater ribbons and the Good Conduct medal. CpL M. S. Kaufman, son of —AT. and Mrs. H. L. Kaufman, 831 (Second st., Miami Beach, has inIformed his parents that he ["hopes to be home" by the end I of the year. He is stationed on llwo Jima. Cpl. Kaufman entered the Army in February, 11941 and has served overseas since March of this year. He wears two battle stars. Discharged from Camp Blanding Monday were T/Sgi. Charles E. Fried. 1416 S. W. Sixth st.. and Pfc. Herman Goldstein. 305 N. W. Second ave. After three years' service. Pfc. Robert Marcus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus, 4520 Alton rd., has been discharged. He served 18 months in Italy with the air corps ground forces. He has two brothers, Lt. Stanley Marcus, who is now in France and expected borne in December, and Alan Marcus, S 2-c. now stationed in Norman, Okla. UNITED NATIONS A DAY ON THE FARM! UNKR YU60SU/IA'S MEW SYSTEM OF EDUCATION, HIGH SCHOOL STUOEnTS FROM THE CITIES Will SPEND ONE OAy AWEEK WORKING on COOPERATIVE FARMS. NORWEGIAN USO ^APPRECIATION TO THE ALLIES.NORWEGIArl ENTERTAINERS PERFORM NIGHTLY WITHOUT COMPENSATION BEFORE AMERICAN AMD BRITISH SERVICE CLUBS IN OSLO. :• %;. JEWISH NATIONAL FUND 41 EAST 42nd STI lT-MEW.Yplk 17, NX PHILIPPINE BANKS. WITH THE END OF THE WAR, PHILIPPINE BANKS WERE ABLE TO RECLAIM FROM THE aS.TR£ASURy io,ooopoo x DEPOSITED FOR SAFE-KEEPING | INTHEEARLYDAYSOFTHE JAP INVASION. Under the slogan "Land for a Jewish Commonwealth," graphically emphasized in the above reproduction of a Jewish National Fund poster, a popular effort will be made on Zion Tag Day. Nov. 25, and the week preceding to secure mass support for the $20,000,000 program of the Jewish National Fund for the acquisition of new land tracts in Palestine. Corps of volunteers, recruited from among the membership of youth organizations and Zionist groups, have been organized in many communities by the local Jewish Fund councils for the distribution of "Zion Tags," which will be offered in acknowledgment of popular contributions ranging from dimes and quarters to larger sums to help implement the 1946 Keren Kayemeth land acquisition program which will make possible the establishment of new Jewish agricultural settlements in Palestine. Reb. Berele the Shochet ANNOUNCES THAT HE SELLS REAL KOSHER POULTRY At the Westchester Market 237 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH Under the Supervision and Endorsement of theOnlT GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHHUTH Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Director Recently liberated from the prison camp at Takaoka, Japan, and now a patient at Mayo General hospital. Major Max Bernstein has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernstein, at 911 Michigan ave. A 1937 graduate of Rush Medical school, he entered the service in February, 1941. He arrived in the Philippines in October. 1941, and was assigned to the 59th Coast Artillery at Ft. Hughes, Caballao, which is one of the four forts surrounding Corregidor. On May 6, 1942, the Yanks hoisted the white flag over the fort, but the Japs used it as a marker and sent in their dive bombers and heavy artillery. Finally they landed and took the major prisoner the next day. He was taken to the Philippine mainland and on Aug. 26, 1944, was shipped to Japan with 1,035 other Americans. Staff Sgt. Sidney A. Wien is attending the second two-months term of Shrivenham American university in England. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien, 122 W. Di Lido dr., Miami Beach. A prisoner of war in Germany for 10 months, First Lt. Willaim Bernstein was released from the Army air corps three weeks ago. Bernstein was radar-navigator in a plane that was shot down over the North sea. He was liberated in April and wears the Distinguished Flyin Cross, the Air medal and the Presidential citation. He lives with his wife, Jean, at 2718 N. E. Second ave. Of his five years in service, he spent two years overseas. Dr. Nelson Zivili. 2644 Flamingo dr.. is on terminal leave, having been discharged from the medical corps as a major Nov. 6. In service three and a half years. Dr. Zivitz spent a year and a half overseas in England, France and Germany with the 100th General hospital. He and his wife, Adele, have one son, Andrew. A graduatej of Rush Medical school of the University of Chicago, Dr Z.v.tz will resume practice at 311 un coin rd. in a few weeks. He specializes in allergy work. Seven Oak Leaf clusters go with the Air Medal worn by Lt. Leonard M. Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Fisher, 2139 S. W. 22 ter., who has been discharged from Hunter Field. Ga. He was in Africa with the 320th Bomb group and took part in blasting Rome, Salerno and fiicily. dmf4 % 4 & DAVID ROSNER ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THE REOPENING OF HIS VICTOR HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 12TH STREET—MIAMI BEACH TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20th Spacious ultra-modem appointments presented in an atmosphere refined and enjoyable. Catering to a Jewish clientele desiring the utmost in exceUent Kosher cuisine, for which David Rosner is noted, and under whose management the VICTOR HOTEL enjoys its splendid reputation. 100 ROOMS 100 BATHS ALL FACING THE OCEAN VICTOR HOTEL STRICTLY KOSHER DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ENJOY A REAL TREAT BY MAKING ADVANCE RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-0041 r; < < A 1 j 1 i • &f



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PAGE SIX Jen it*fhrHkU) FRIDAY. Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone MM* Entered M Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. at the Poyt of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3, IBTS Office Published Erery Friday Sine. 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year. $3.00; Six Months, $200. 2 Years, $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor Miami 18, Florida. Friday, November 16. 1945 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 46 KISLEV 11, 5706 %  ,,, % % % % % %  in % %  '*M BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 OUreet of the mall received at Jewish Florldlan poet office box. JOIN NOW With a backlog of more than one hundred years oi service to its credit. B'nai B'rith has launched a national membership drive. Locally. Sholem lodge in Miami and the newly formed Miami Beach lodge are carrying out a concentrated campaign to increase its membership. B'nai B'rith's war record has been more than commendable. Not only did it give its time and effort to a pace-setting sale of bonds and to various services for service men. But it also continued without interruption its international youth program for university students through Hillel Foundations and for younger boys and girls through group activities in Jewish communities. Simultaneously with their membership drive local B'nai B'rith men and women are well on their way toward selling two million dollars worth of bonds in the Eighth Victory Loan drive—an indication that B'nai B'rith won't reconvert to a full peacetime program until the urgent needs of the government and the armed forces are fulfilled. B'nai B'rith is one of the few organizations which can offer itself as a fraternal order that can and does include a crosssection of the Jewish population. Yet. while it does not set itself up for any particular segment of the community, there is reason to recommend B'nai B'rith particularly to the war vete. ran* who wish to find their niche in civilian life. For in the ranks of B'nai B'rith the veteran will find the warm reception and: spirit of camadarie that is necessary for his social readjust! ment to civilian life—the same spirit that applies to all loyal "Sons of the Covenant." BEHIND THE ARAB RIOTS Although the official Arab agencies' call for a general strike in Palestine to protest against the Balfour Declaration was heeded by Arabs, there were no incidents in Palestine, not even the slightest attempt to attack a Jew, but in neighboring lands, in Egypt and Tripolitana, veritable anti-Jewish pogroms took place. There are many conclusions that one might draw, one being that the case for Jewish Palestine is very strongly supported, for in Palestine, where the Jews are in considerable numbers, the Jews were secure. Apparently, the hopes of Jewish security rest on concentrating their numbers in Palestine. But there are other conclusions that one might draw or at least inferences that one might read in these events, and one of these, again, is, to ask whether or not the British have not some culpability in these outbreaks. English officials are of course expressing their regrets, but there seems to be some evidence to support the view put out by Dr. Wise over the Town rfall forum of the air debate on Palestine, namely, that "reprehensible underlings of the English colonial office" were responsible for them. Tripoli is now under British control and certainly the British must have known of the Arab plans and, doubtless, could have prevented them had they striven to prevent them with as much ; xeal as they seek to prevent a poor Jewish refugee from land[ ing in Palestine. It is a matter of common knowledge that the present stand of the British government in Palestine was decided on recently cd the conference in London of the British diplomats from the idle West It was there that it was decided to uphold the ite Paper and to repudiate the Balfour Declaration. These is diplomats who came to London are now back in the Arab lands, and it is not difficult to put two and two together. Now we hear from President Truman and Foreign Secretary Bevin that a Joint Anglo-American commission is being set up to study the Jewish problems in Europe and Palestine. Although the commission has all the earmarks of useless procrastination, we earnestly await the results of the investigation and charge the commission to be speedy and practical in its enquiry so that Justice may at last be served. Jehoshua Chankin, one of first Jewish settlers in Palestine, died in Tel Aviv at age of 80 last week American Zionist Emergency council calls Joint Anglo-American commission new evasion of Jewish problem Three Hebrew universitly sholarships and one fellowship established by ZOA 1500 American communities conduct drives for UJA Pioneer Women's Organization go out for half million dollars Morris Catchman, Texas manufacturer, to establish furniture factory in Tel Aviv j suburb B'nai B'rith Women of west coast send $10,476 for Jewish refugee children in PalI estine and Great Britain I Arab Office protests against I March of Time's Palestine film ... Air raid sirens to be used as I warning of terroist disturbances 1 in Palestine Henry Morgeni thau, Jr., asks immediate admisj sion of at least 100,000 Jews into Palestine and United Nations organization review of the problem Nation-wide campaign to collect Hebrew religious articles for displaced Jews intensified by Agudath Israel Youth Council of America First Jew to hold cabinet post in South Africa Is Dr. Henry Gluckman, new minister of health HIAS has complete list of Jewish refugees in Shanghai and will forward money there Army helps B'nai B'rith Youth Organization contact Shanghai AZA for first time in four years Columbia reported willing to admit 1.000 Jewish families from Europe Jewish Marine league in London plans training ship for youths on Thames Return of apartments to Paris Jews proceeds slowly Gen. Eisenhower lauds Jewish chaplains Restoration of synagogues and Jewish cemeteries begun by Union of Orthodox Jews of Poland Joseph D. Rosevich, former secretary to Gen. Patton, sails to aid Europe Jews in JDC relief program Sixty-five Jewish hospitals are open to Jews and non-Jews in U. S. JTA estimates that of 300,000 high school age Jewish boys and girls in U. S, only 15,000 are getting Jewish education ... Dr. Victor E. Reichert's "The Birthday of a Book," an essay commenorating 500th anniversary of first Hebrew Bible concordance, issued by Commission on Jewish Education Transfer of U. S. atomic knowledge to international control commission asked by Synagogue Council of America Assurance that U. S. will keep doors open to immigration voiced by Senator Edwin C. Johnson of Colorado EMANON CLUB GIVES DANCE SUNDAY SOC-rEMANON, CLUB GIVES Emdrlon club members will be hosts to the Miami Y and friends St a dance .9 p. m. Sunday evening at the Policemen's Benevolent hall. N. W. 23 ave. and 14 ft. Dave Tyler's orchestaa will provide the music. Entertainment is being plariped. Chairman. of the r dance committee is Bill Feldman, who is being assisted by Shirley jSeitlin, Jean Guberman, Shirley* Rothschild and Frances Ginfcbflrg. Tickets, priced at $1 #US tax, may be bought at the dojr. Proceeds will be used to flecorate the Ys 8tagJ s TJM-Einajon club Is composed r>f men affix women 19 years and older. j MORRIS BROS. OPEN THIRD STORE DEC. 1 Morris Bros, department stores will have a Lincoln rd. shop on Dec. 1 in addition to th* Washington ave. store and the Miami store on Flagler St., Morris Goodman, head of the company, announced this week. The new store, located at 541 Lincoln rd. in the Medical building, will carry a complete line of famous-name brands of electrical appliances arid exclusive occasional furniture together with gifts and antiques. S. B. Kulvin has. been appointed manager and buyer of the electrical appliances department and Mrs. Deborah Wood will fee In charge of the excfasive'*home furnishings accessories shop. TEMPLE MEN HOLD FATHER. SON NIGHT "Bring your own son or borrow one" is the call being issued to members of the Men's club of Temple Israel for its Father and Son night to be held in Kaplan hall of the Temple, 6:30 p. m. Wednesday evening. On the program will be Tony McCracken, football coach of Miami Edison: George Trodgon, football coach Miami Senior High; Erl Roman, fishing editor of the Miami Herald; Max Rosenfeld, president of the Miami Beach Anglers club, and a magician. A buffet supper will be served. Admission is free but reservations are necessary. MISS~HARRIS TO WED BALTIMO RE S OLDIER a J^ r %  „ a ?. < ? J^ 1 55 Louis Harris, 1890 S. W. Fifth st., announces trie engagement of their daughter, Edith, to Cpl. Melvin H. Sand'er. AUS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Sandier, of Baltimore. Miss Harris, who attended schools in Baltimore, is now in the Maryland city where she has Been doing war work. Cpl. Sapdler attended Johns Hopkins university before enWmg the Army. He recently returned rrom oversea^, and-is now sUttonerfat Camp Mesd. No date has been set for thr wedding. NOVEMBQ, 'I'm sorry, Mr. Eaglefeather, but our company policy is to employ 100% Americans only." TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE Mtictfy eonjidtuiM UNTOLD STORY .. The story of a rabbi in a small town in Long Island would, if told in full, make you wonder whether we live in a democracy The rabbi had been so thoroughly terrorized by antiSemitic hoodlums that he is afraid to take a walk on the street after sunset ... He prefers the security of the cemetery, because, as he puts it, "dead people can't throw stones." PUZZLE... Drew Pearson, the know-it-all Washington columnist, reports that the Pope "sheltered more than 6500 Jews disguised • as clerics in the Vatican during the war" The story is fantastic for these reasons: The total area of the Vatican is about a sixth of a square mile, or 109 acres, and the total population of Vatican City in normal times is 1025 So how could one hide six times that total population in an area built up to house the original population? No, Mr. Pearson, something in your report doesn't tally Besides, the total Jewish population of Rome was approximately 11,000 —men, women and children %  So do you, Mr. Pearson, mean to say that the Vatican took in the entire male Jewish population of Rome? THERE AND HERE The British concentration camps for Jews in the Sudan and Eritrea are a disgrace to humanity Prisoners are lashed with cat-o-nine-tails and then dipped in salt water, so that the victims are left smarting for many days Did you know, by the way, that British censorship forbids any quotation from the Hebrew Bible in the Hebrew R ress of Palestine? Martin iemoeller hasn't given up the idea of an American good will tour su considered the most influential Protestant cleryman in Germany —but those who know him don't quite trust his verbal liberalism Did you realize that Senator Theodore F. Bilbo is virtually the mayor of Washington, by reason of his chairmanship of the Senate District Committee, which controlsthe government of the District of Columbia? And we want to point out that the Washington Times-Herald, which published John O'DonBy PHINEAS J. BIRON_ nell's famous painiei • • i r |hiJl p ur ... The former" German of Max: BamT b £ y A & W*H bmarine commander still is £f' f^'clpany. *S Patton coital made no attempt to apolojil but, on the contrary, suppoflu O'Donnell's slurs on Jerry...f ORGANIZATION NEWS The New York Chapter of I American Jewish committee i hold a "Clinic on Anti-S ism" on Nov. 20 ... The in dope is that it's in the Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver 1 will be oloctod president of I Zionist Organization of An by a unanimous vote at the J lantic City convention ... I Emanuel Newmann will havell take charge of the presidatM administrative duties for Ritil Silver ... hi a recent interval in the New York Post Rail James G. Heller, chairman of Hi United Palestine Appeal, nail an interesting autobiographdl revelation Rabbi H*l claims to be the last in aml broken line of rabbis that 1*1 back five hundred years in j family James is the last H cause his three children are | girls ABOUT PEOPLE.. Within three months AW Einstein will once more ntf the headlines of the world pr* | in connection with a revoh** | ary scientific discovery•• 1 latest rumor about preside** adviser Judge Sam RosenMJ that he will run for the PF ship of the Court of AppeW New York in 1946... Bunk* we, Judge Rosemann is to return to private life %  • I true that Robert Mos* > York's Park Commissioner, succeed Harold L.Ickg retary of the Interior-^Ehrenbourg. the diswi „, Soviet writer 2 spectacles, fas' o nearly three mull on ing the last few yM % % % %  H a %  MMfMj ^^ %  ^^^^ %  ^ %  ^^ % %  ^ %  1



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iY, NOVEMBER 16. 1945 +JewistiFk>ricnan PAGE FIVE 1045-1946 Florida racing will get underway Tuesi ni ht as the gates at the 1 Fheler Kennel club open L 80-night meeting through I 1 1 Idur the personal superviT nf Jacob Sher, president, .William L. Huntley, vice Lent and general manager TooDUlar downtown West track has been improved, bated and redecorated. Chief he the improvements has i the enlarging of the mezzaan ,l its mutuels departthe spacious, mezzanine %  being the largest at any feda dog track. Patrons of [mezzanine center also will liven the added convenience new electric odds board in „i to the large all-track Another feature of the kanim is the new richly apitcd ladies lounge, he entire racing plant has k encircled with a new and fcctive concrete fence while taree grandstand has been rebated. With the gardens /shrubs in top color, the track lately groomed and the greatIroster of greyhounds in hiskenneled, even the more lervative predict that West feki will erase all state recfor the sport, all but one record now being held by "Track of Champions." frith schooling races to be fcphtni Saturday night. Prekg Judge H. M. Barton and Eng Secretary Norval Allen, T draft the initial 10-race prohi which will be presented day night starting at 8 p. m. program will headline the iuul Inaugural Classic, an bit this year which promises fettract its greatest entry in lorv. Early favorites include two champions of the Eastern summer season, Flashy Sir and Bit of Fuzz. Both have schooled in near record time and figure to hold a slight edge although more than a score of outstanding eligibles for this major race were being considered at press time. West Flagler boasts the nation's top-ranking 40 kennels and the race for track honors promises to soar to new heights. Although West Flagler will not have hurdle racing this year, this event being eliminated last season when the number of jumpers available required discontinuance, it will offer a new course. It will be known as the Flagler Course and is a distance between 5/16 mile and the Derby 3/8 mile distance. As in recent years, West Flagler again will be as the only track offering its patrons the glass starting box. The plant is equipped for steam heat to add to the comfort of its patrons on cool evenings. In addition to Presiding Judge Barton, Racing Secretary Allen, other members of the official family are W. J. Stougton, associate judge; Thomas E. Hogan, paddock judge; Verne Soules, timer; L. Schnibbe, s t a r t e %', James W. Elder, jr., lure operator; C. S. Turner, jr., clerk of scales and kennel steward; Dr. J. H. Yarborough, veterinarian; Al W Deickman, mutuels manager; Dinty D. Dennis, announcer-publicity; Merrill Watts, program and form chart, and Bert L. Acker, public relations. CHANGE MEETINGS Meetings of the steering committee of the Miami Beach Jewish Center's building campaign have been changed to Sunday mornings at the Center. The meetings, formerly held on Thursdays, will begin at 10:30 A. M. Breakfast will be served. Buy More War Bonds. ROSENWALD MISSES COUNCIL MEETING By HERMAN A. BINDER Following the meeting Wednesday night I talked with Rabbi Elmer Berger, executive director for the American Council of Judaism, who addressed an audience of 500 at Temple Israel. Rabbi Berger ably presented the views held by the proponents of the Council. Lcssing J. Rosenwald, scheduled to appear at the meeting, was not present. Rabbi Berger told me that since the Council was organized 30 months ago, he and his colleagues have enlisted an overall national membership of approximately 10,000. A sum of $150,000 has been subscribed (most of it subtly referred to as coming from the Rosenwald, Sears Roebuck cash box) for disseminating the principles advocated by the Council. He inferred the executives were implacable and in their efforts to attain the Council's objectives, may invite non-Jews to become members of their organization. Herbert U. Feibelman opened the meeting and presented B. E. Bronston, president, South FlorI ida chapter. He in turn introduced Dr. Carl N. Herman, West Palm Beach, who after a few introductory remarks pertainining to the speaker of the evening, presented Rabbi Elmer Berger. Dr. Herman acted as moderator during the question and answer period. VICTOR REOPENS UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MODESTE ALLOC CONDUCTOR |c; y n a -, r 0 f Symphony Subscription Concerts beginning NORember 18 an£ P 19 Y Sandor-Spivakowsky_S,r Thomas Beecham—Gorin—Spalding—Oratona Sunday Afternoons-4:30 Monday Evenings—8:30 At Miami Senior High School Sub,., $6.00. $7.20. $9.00. $10.80. Inel. Fed Tax 1219 Lincoln Road; Cordelia, 44 S. E. 1st street. THE OPERA GUILD PRESENTS "FAUST i i TICKETS ON SALE AT BURDINE'S BEGINNING MONDAY AI.so ON BALE AT Cordelia's Book and Card Shop 44 S. E. FIRST STREET Philpitl's Music Store 36 N. MIAMI AVE. Reopening of the Victor hotel is set for Nov. 20, according to David Rosner, managing director, who has been a hotel man here for 12 years. Located at the corner of 12th st. on the ocean, the Victor has a unique glass-enclosed dining room facing the water, a health solarium, elevator service and other modern features. Strictly kosher cuisine is maintained, Mr. Rosner announces. The dining room is open to the public, but reservations must be made in advance. ALPERT'S FAMOUS DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT OPEN FOR THE SEASON SATURDAY, NOV. 10th • "Serving the Finest" POPULAR PRICES 6 Ocean Drive. •" Miami Beach SOVIET FRIENDSHIP IS MEETING THEME American-S o v i e t friendship will be the theme of the meeting which the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood will hold at 2 p. m. Wednesday afternoon at the Temple. The program will include the presentation of a British Information service film, "The Soviet School Child." Mrs. Molcha Reich of the Great Miami council of American-Soviet Friendship will be the principal speaker. An exhibit on the Soviet Union will appear in the lobby Mrs. Leon Kronish is program chairman and Mrs. Leon Ell, president of the Sisterhood. ADULT STUDIES OPEN SESSIONS Opening session of the Adult Jewish Studies group was held Tuesday evening at Temple Israel under the co-sponsorship of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Beth David, Temple Israel and the Miami Y. The sessions, which will oe held for four months, include courses in beginners' Hebrew, intermediate Hebrew, great passages in the Bible and modern hisory of Jews in Americas, Europe and Palesine. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi Saul Appelbaum and Abraham P. Gannes are teaching the Wceklv classes of the Teachers' Training Institute, sponsored by the BJE, Beth David, the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Temple Beth Sholom and Temple Israel began last week. Sessions are held at Beth Da vid. A fund raising party will be given by Mrs. Pearl Radman at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis. 1668 S. W. 14 t, Tuesday evening. Admission will be SI 50. Proceeds will be sent to the Palestine Emergency Fund through the Pioneer Women's Organization of which Mrs. Radman is an officer. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Anna Rubin is in charge of the program which will consist of. musical elections by Mrs. He/ioh, a-talk by Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky and a recitation from Shrjlem Aleichem by Henry Seitlin. ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY IN EUROPE i.:iD PALESTINE With the funds provided by Amfriran Jews through the nationwide campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needa and Palestine, an intensive program is lieing earried on to speed the recovery ID Europe and Palestine of Jewjsh children who Survived the Hitler holocaust. Photos 6how (above) Jewish children learning to smile again in a children**home in Berlin maintained with the help of the Joint Distribution Committee; (below) immediately following their arrival in Palestine, re [ u 8*"J children from Europe are given special health care at a center established with the aid of the United Palestine Appeal. 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i^Jtew^(xJE!liDipidliiaip VOLUME 18—NUMBER 46 DRIVE EVENTS Progress of the Miami Ys $200,000 building fund drive was speeded at a meeting of the Campaign Planning committee held last Wednesday at the I home of Dave Brown. First event scheduled for the I drive is an initial gift cocktail party to be held before Dec. 1. J. Gerald Lewis was appointed chairman of initial gifts by George Chertkof, chairman of I the campaign. Also slated is a dinner for Dec. 16 at Lilley's restaurant. A nationally known speaker will be I brought to Miami for this occasion, Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y, reports. I Guests will be prospective conjtributors. Milton A. Friedman land Leo Ackerman have accepted co-chairmanship of the affair. A follow-up campaign will be conducted by Mr. Chertkof at a series of parlor meetings to be held at the homes of campaign personnel. Serving on the rating committee are M. J. Kopelowitz, Abe TCurman, Dave Brown, Sidney Lefcourt, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan and S. B. Miller. FredK. Shocket and Harry Schwartz Were appointed co-chairmen of t>ublirity. Other campaign personnel vho attended the meeting are U Pallot, Bill Shayne, Jack ^pte, Joe Bermann, Mrs. George h e r t k o f, Mrs. William D. linger. Max R. Silver, B. A. Sterling, Nat Blumberg and Max •acobskind. MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS BB Lodges Report $490,000 In Bonds! Bond sales amounting to $490,000 are reported by E. Albeit Pallot and Sam W. Shapiro, general chairmen of the B'nai B'rith Victory Loan drive. To spur the purchase of E bonds, a telephone committee under the chairmanship of Mrs. Clara Landau is contacting the 1500 B'nai B'rith members. A two million dollar quota for the Eighth Loan drive has been set by the organization. A bond auction of scarce and valuable items will highlight the cabana party which Greater Miami B'nai B'rith lodges will hold at the Blackstone hotel on Dec. 2 at 8 p. m. Night club entertainers and stage celebrities will perform, report Mrs. Dina Goldman and Marx Feinberg, co-chairman. There will be no charge for admission to B'nai B'rith members and persons who purchase bonds at the door. Aiding the co-chairmen with arrangements for the affair are Dave Alper, Alex S. Cohen, Sol Goldstrom, David R. Isen, Josept Lipton, Sam B. Miller, Burnett Roth, Sam W. Shapiro, Sam Silver, Ernest Sussman, George J. Talianoff, Paul Weitzman and Harry Zukernick. Close to $150,000 in bond purchases were made at a similar affair held during the Seventh War Loan. LONDON (JTA)—General Sir Alan Cunningham, Commanderin-chief of military forces in Eastern England, has been named High Commissioner for Palestine, succeeding Lord Gort who resigned last week. The new High Commissioner, who is 59 years old, was commander of the Eighth Army in Libya as successor to Sir Archibald Wavell. He was succeeded in 1942 by Gen. Neil M. Ritchie who commanded the Eighth Army for a short time until Gen. Sir Bernard Montgomery took over. Since 1942, Gen. Cunningham has been stationed in Ireland and Britain. It GROUP TO STUDY 3H Joint Service To Be Held Thursday The annual joint Thanksgiving day service will be conducted by the Greater Miami Rabbinical association 11 a. m. Thursday at Temple Beth Sholom. Worshippers are invited to come early and mediate during the 15 minute organ prelude which will precede the service. The meeting will be opened NEW YORK (Seven Arts)—A joint Anglo-American commission of inquiry to study the I \vith^th'e'presentation"of "colors Jewish situation in Europe and by Jewish War Veterans. Rabbi Palestine problems has been Ikeon Kronish will give an adsimultaneously announced by lharge Palestine Government ith Inciting, Arming Arabs I JERUSALEM (JTA)—The selous accusation that the PalBtine Government has been fming Arabs and inciting them attack Jews, made by the se^et radio of the Jewish resistDce movement, has finally been ought into the open. lOne authenticated instance of he administration's efforts to eate trouble between the rabs and the Jews involves Ibdulla Khalil el Sheikh, com ander of a Hebron gang which ayed a prominent role in the sturbance of 1936. Abdulla hah! had been in hiding since r 36 out last year the PalesHe authorities let it be known lat they had no objection to returning to Hebron, which did. Vt the same time, he received agnanimous assistance from authorities in the way of "cultural machinery and live"ck. Two months ago he was fproached by a Palestine GovMnent agent and reminded of obligations, and asked him organize the Arabs in that ea into an armed force for the rpose of "resistance to Jewaggression." Assurances pre also given him that all the pancial aid, firearms and other Tjipment necessary would be incoming. JABS RELUCTANT B >s reported reliably that aulla Khalil el Sheikh at FJ was not too anxious to asT>e that task. But he Is now lanizmg and training Arabs w modern weapons. Five KS ago a deputy Inspector the Palestine police visited lonia, near a Jewish community not far from Jerusalem, and gathering all the Arab villagers together he told them that the Jews are preparing to attack the Arabs. He advised the Arabs to arm and go after the Jews themselves. The deputy inspector indicated that all the necessary arms were available. The villagers, however, did not stir, refusing to take the inspector seriously. For the time being, the disinclination of the Arab villagers to become aroused and incited offers the most serious handicap to the plans of Palestine Government officials, whose only solution to the Palestine problem apparently is to set Arabs and Jews agamst one another. The inability of these officials to guarantee to the Arabs that no legal action would ever be taken against them, m the event of disorders, also holds back the Arabs. Psychological warfare is also being used by the same Palestine Government officials. This correspondent has seen leaflets, typographically excellent and in Arabic, which call upon the Arabs to be prepared to rise without delay. A whispering campaign also reveals that experienced manipulators are operating in Palestine among the Arabs. The most persistent of these rumors deal with King Ibn Saud-whispers about the size of the fences that Ibn Saud, ruler of Saudi Arabia, has ostensibly PJ- m se d to send to the aid of the Palestine Arabs; and these whispers make the rounds of the Arab villages with well-organized regularity. i dress of welcome which will be •' • followed by the invocation, de1 livered by Rabbi Max Shapiro. A portion of the Scriptures President Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin. In Washington, President Truman described the principal functions of the committee To examine political, economic and social conditions in Palestine as they bear upon the problem of Jewish immigration. To examine the position of European Jews wiio have been victims of persecution and determine whether practicable | KolVmo/ measures have or can be taken to enable them to live free from oppression. To take testimony from competent witnesses and consult representative Arabs and Jews on the problems of Palestine with resultant recommendations for interim handling of the problems, as well as for their permanent solution. To make other recommendations to Great Britain and the United States for remedial action in Europe and the provision of facilities for emigration to and settlement in countries outside of Europe. Bevin told commons Tuesday that the United States had accepted a British invitation to co-operate in the joint examination. The British government is taking every step open to it to try to improve the lot of the Jews, he said. "We cannot accept the view that the Jews should be drive/, out of Europe and should not be permitted to live again in these countries without discrimination and contribute their ability and talent toward rebuilding the prosperity Of Europe,'' he declared. will be read by Rabbi Saul Appelbaum and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will read a Psalm. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will lead the responsive reading. Principle speaker will be Rabbi Albert Michels. Rabbi Jacob H Kaplan will give the benediction. Musical selections will be sung by Cantor Samuel The public is invited. $100,000 Drive Set by Beth David TO WASHINGTON, D. C—Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, will address the Monday night session of the 48th Annual Convention of the Zionist Organization of America which will convene in four-day session today in Atlantic City, N. J. The same session will hear an adRABBIS DEMONSTRATE IN WASHINGTON Washington, (JTA) — About 1,000 rabbis from various Eastern seaboard cities this week slowly marched from Union Station to the Capitol where they were addressed by leaders of the Democratic and Republican parties in the Senate and in the House of Representatives. The demonstration was arranged by the ZionistRevisionist Organization of America. The rabbis delivered identical petitions to Congress and the White House and to the British Embassy for Prime Minister Attlee. The petition called for the admission to Palestine of 100.000 Jews from Europe as requested by President Truman, the repudiation of the British White Paper, the creation of a Jewish NaA $100,000 building fund campaign is being launched by Beth David congregation under the chairmanship of Harry Markowitz. Funds are to be raised by private solicitation, Harry Simons, financial secretary, reports. Others on the committee are Dave Brown, Hyman Sootin, Jack August and Jake Scher. Mr. Simons was nominated for president of the congregation at a meeting last week. Also nominated were Lee Hyman, vicepresident; Ernest Sussman, recording secretary; George Goldberg, treasurer, and Murray Cohen, financial secretary. Six directors arc to be elected from the following slate: Jack August, Oscar Argintar, Harry H. Farr, Louis Lebowitz, Sid Lefcourt, Harry Markowitz, Dr. Max Pepper, Alguadow, Jack Scher, Herbert Scher, Hyman Sooiin. Sam Traurig and Sam Weisel. The annual election and dinner meeting will be held on Dec. 5. Three to Lead llillel Drive Sam Blank, Carl Weinkle and Monte Selig have accepted chairmanship of the $35,000 capital funds campaign for the B'nai B'rith Foundation, it was announced after a meeting of the Hillcl advisory council Wednesday. Funds raised in the drive will be used to. pay off all present indebtedness of the Hillel House at the University of Miami, and to complete and furnish the facilities. A nationally known speaker tional Homeland and tire release will be brought here sometime of Jews deported from Palestine to prison camps in Afric aad the Near East. ROSENMAN TO QUIT AS TRUMAN'S AIDE Judge Samuel I. Rosenman will retire at the end of the year as special counsel to the president, the White House announced Tuesday. Rosenman had served both President Truand former President. in December at which time several affairs will be held to aid the drive. Key volunteer war service workers will meet with Leon Schulman, JWB area director, 3 p. m. Tuesday at the Federation office to plan their trip to the regional USO conference in Jacksonville, Nov. 30. Those who have been asked to the Jacksonville conference include Sam Blank, Carl man i,nnn Roosevelt at a "tre-i Weinkle. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, anxious to xctiie tor ^ nvilk conference, months. dress by Mrs. Lorna Wingate, widow of General Orde Wingate, famous British officer, who died in the Burma campaign. : More than 1,000 delegates representing a constituency of 500,000 organized Zionists will participate in the deliberation, at which decisive action is expected to be taken on all major aspects involving the Zionist movement and the status of Palestine. The business sessions of the convention will be preceded by a session at noon today under the auspices of the Unity Committee for Palestine, which will be presided over by its chairman, Dr. Felix Levy, of Chicago. It will be followed in the evening by a Sabbath dinner, sponsored by the American Zionist Youth commission at which an all-youth program will be presented. Following a Hebrew cultural session on Saturday afternoon, under the auspices of the Histadruth Ivrith of America with Dr. Alexander Drushkin presiding, the formal opening of the business sessions of the convention will be held on Saturday evening at the Casino theatre at which Dr. Israel Goldstein will deliver his presidential address. The current political situation on the international and Palestine scenes will be reviewed and discussed at the third session on Sunday afternoon in addresses fby Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Dr. Stephen S. Wise, co-chairman of the American Zionist Emergency council. Elections of the incoming administration will be held in the preceding session. The fourth plenary session on Sunday evening will be given over to a discussion of plans for the ZOA in the ensuing year. Dr. Emanuel Neumann will lead off with an address on the topic "The Road Ahead." The deliberations of the convention will also be highlighted by special sessions dedicated to the UPA, Jewish National Fund and Keren Hayesod, with Judge Morris Rothenberg, Judge Bernard A. Rosenblatt and Herman L. Weisman as principal speakers. Outstanding speakers at the convention will also include Louis Lipsky, Dr. Nahum Goldmann and Mrs. Judith Epstein. it H m



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PAGE FOUR vjewlsti noricliati !" P*Y. NOVEM BER j St. John To Open Town Hall Forum Tickets for its four-star lecture series are being sold by the Men's club of Temple Israel in preparation for the first event Dec. 11. Robert St. John, war correspondent and author of "From the Land of the Silent People," will be the first guest speaker on the Town Hall forum. Mr. St. John, who went through the London 'blitz," will lecture at Miami Senior High school, as will the other three speakers. Scheduled for Jan. 31, 1946, is Ray Joseph, radio commentator and author of "Ar,i gentine Diary." Max Hill, chief of the Tokyo bureau of the Associated Press, will speak here Feb. 26, 1946. Radio commentator and author of "Exchange Ship," Mr. Hill was a prisoner of war for 18 months. F.rika Mann, author, actress and correspondent with the First and Ninth Armies and Canadian troops, will conclude the forum on April 23, 1945. Tickets are available at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th st.. phone 9-1757. or from the following people: H. U. Feibclman, 2-7484: Arthur S. Kalin. 2-4539. and Herman Binder. 3-0828. A book of four tickets is priced at $4, tax included. COUNCIL TO BEGIN ENGLISH CLASSES English speaking classes tor the foreign born will be opened at 8 p. m. Wednesday evening at the Congress building office of the Miami section. National Council of Jewish Women, which sponsors the project. Mrs Simon Hochberger will teach the classes which arc free. Naturalization classes are continuing with Mrs. Joel Bclov as instructor. Both teachers are wives of members of the University of Miami facility. Another continuing service oi the Council is its aid to persons attempting to locate friends and relatives abroad. HOSPITAL DRIVE AIDES NAMED Announcement of members of the community advisory committee of the $2,000,000 Mercy hospital building fund campaign which will begin next February, was made Saturday by George C. Estill. general chairman. Among those serving with George E. Whitten, chairman, will be Allen T. Abess, Leo J. Adecb, Sam Becker. Benjamin E. Bronston, Jerome Greenwald, A. Frank Katzentine, Marcie Liberman, Max O r ovil ••. N. Douglas Raff, Joseph Rambam, Alfred Stone. Dr. Barney Wcinkle and Mitchell C. Wolfson. AIC SCHEDULES NIGHT REVIEW No book review will be given on Friday. Nov. 23. Mis. Philip Salmon of the Women's division of the American Jewish Congress, announces. Instead, the AJC will hold its first night book review on Wednesday. Nov. 28. at 8 p. m. in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will discuss Rabbi Milton Steinberg's "A Partisan's Guide to the Jewish Problem" at that time. Subscriptions will be honored Guests will be charged SI. Proceeds are given to the AJCs European Children's Project Fund. There's a big job ahead. Be ready to subscribe to the Victory Loan. CENTER WOMEN TO GIVE DRAMA "The Baltic.a dramatic pn sention. will highlight the program of the regular moiling ol the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood, 8:30 p. m, Monday at the Center. Participants in the sketch Will be Mrs. Emanuel Barkan, Mrs. Arthur Klein. Mrs. Benjamin Kohn, Mrs. Isadore Newman. Mrs. Nathan Stieiel and Mrs. Alfred Stone. The Center's Junior Choral group, under the direction oi Cantor Barkan, will sing s( veral selections. Refreshments and a social hour will follow the mi ing. ATTENTION! Will board Jewish high school girl for $25 a week. MAYFAIR 828 Commerce Street Miami Beach, Apt. 2 J^mmem/j Wedtautomfr "Fo'nri Fit for A Kinc" OPENED WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 14TH Chef's Specials—Charcoal Steaks and Chops—Supper Specialties 1626 ALTON ROAD AT LINCOLN PHONE 5-9637 TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT JEWISH HUNGARIAN COOKING The Best Meal m Town 645 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH, FLA. A. FARKAS PHONE 5-6478 Mana fled EHREN REICH'S "WTW 1 GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL DINING ROOM 516 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Daily and Sunday Hours Luncheon 12 to 1 Dinner 5 to 8 -Enjoy Delicious Poods Strictly Kosher Reservations Must Be Made Tor Friday's and Saturdays Dmnt'i Hotel Rooms Available A Treat tc f-e Put : The Finest in French Cuisine Steaks and Chopa Are Best Quality Great Variety of Foods Wofford Terrace DINING ROOM Collins Ave. at 24th Street Miami Beach on the Ocean Phone 5891 Chicken. InPot Sea Foods Prime R.t>s of Beef All the Best Under Direct Supervision of Tony Barrero, As In the Past NO MINIMUM "NOW OPEN" NO COVER BROWN DERBY CLUB DINING AND DANCING 8 A. M. TO 2 A. M. LIQUORS CHOICE WINES STEAK AND SEA FOOD SPECIALS A LA CARTE SERVICE AT ALL TIMES 400 SEATING CAPACITY K. W. 7th AVENUE AT 60th ST. 78-2339 BROWARD WOMEN IN BUSY SOCIAL SEASON B'nai B'rith Women of Brow.,,,! county recently honored servicemen and returned servicemen al a party .it the clubrooms in Foil Lauderdale. Among the honorees were Dr. A. E. !> ; u 'man, Joe Cohen, Arthur Stone. Oscar sicu.il and Nate Levine. I e young nun have returned : t„ the p ofi isional and business life nt the community. The Young Women of B'nai B nth were hostesses for the occasion. and among those present were the Misses Muriel Rosner. Irma Lee Weinstein, Gloria Freeman, Ruth Ferdinand, Pearl Shapiro, Jewel Simon. Denna Guzlk, iRodine Kesscll, Lillian Sultan; senior hostesses were Mrs. Bea Singer, Mrs. Rose Reese and l ill ian Taylor. The chapter is planning a card party to csl iblish a fund for the Four I : Library founded at the University of Illinois in oi the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Tickets will be 63c in keeping with the ,y n bol thai Prei id< nt Roosevelt ,: ed .i th age of 63. Mrs. Abe Tarler, president of the chapter, sale of tickets. The Young Women of B'nai ; B'nth u :. iunce that there will be door prizes and refreshments will !"• served. Among the members working on the affair Pearl Shapiro, Mrs. Si gal, Mrs. Rose Epst< in, Mrs. W instein, Mrs. Ellen Shapiro, Mrs. Ruth Gross and M I la i< I Sii gel. Partii ipating in the Victory 11 ve, the members are e ol the booth in the 1 Bank and Trust Con pany one of the busiest spots in town. Among those giving their time and effort are Mrs. Esther Weinstein. in, Mrs. Edith Hyman, Mrs. Lillian Tarler, Mrs. R a S '. M %  ley SLVne, ... Korsol, and Airs. N nan. Mrs. Weinstein has qi iti a record in war bond di iv ig the last one the i inly woman in the county awarded a "jeep" for i sold. DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Avr. at 12th St.. Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED i| unu'WllI -ii MM IH %  HtlW*l Telephone 58-2979 Buy War Bonds and Stamps. PRINCESS PARK 6800 W. FLAGLER ST. Florida's Coney Island Now Open! Bus No. 16 to Gate 101 AMUSEMENTS 101 Dancing—Thrill RidesEducational Exhibits Fun for All the Family No Gambling—No Games of Chance—No Beer, Wine. Liquor—Plenty of Free Parking. 75.000 CERTIFICATES USED SINCE 1939 JERUSALEM (JTA)—None of the 75,000 immigration certificates made available to the Jewish Agency under the White Paper of 1939 are left, it was announced here by Eliahu Dobkin, Agency immigration chief. Seventy-two thousand were distributed by the Agency, and the last 3,000 directly by the Palestine Government, when the Agency refused to accept any further certificates while the White Paper restrictions remained in force. Mr. Dobkin said that 12.700 refugees entered Palestine in the Jewish year 5705. which ended the beginning of September. He disclosed. that three "aid units" which will work under UNRRA exclusively for Jewish refugees are leaving this week. Two are going to Italy and one to Germany. The Agency, Dobkin said, has overcome various difficulties involved in taking Jews out of Eastern European countries within the Russian sphere and it is now possible for Jews to emigrate from almost every European country—were certificates available. BPW BOABDTOMS FINAL PLW IQJS Business and P r „ Women board mefe meet Tuesday even? J* o clock at the home of J Bernstein, 1345 West make final plans for ftJ^ ? bership tea to be he Id L ** Polly Gershon ^i'ft chairman; Freda ShE^S gram chairman; pfflLft man, social chairman and n* Levine, publicity chairm* 1 report on their work & S> At the meeting Mondavi 1 ? the BPW heard a reSort^ Hadassah national Tnv ? from Frances Cooper, BPw£? ident, and Mrs. Abraham nt man, Hadassah ffgg *<**• Think, act. be Ari^rkam Play safe—don't talk. Organization and key personnel of the 1946 Federation drive were discussed by members of the Campaign Planning commit* tee who met with William D. j Singer, chairman of next year's campaign, Tuesday. 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HDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1945 *Jewistrhrldlian PAGE NINE jonism and The Council IEREIN DO WE DIFFER? By Rabbi Max Shapiro Criticism has been levelled at L for engaging in a symposium Hth the "Council for Judaism" Vd dignifying a small fraction people who constitute a couni for their own fears, their _tm cowardice and their own Cfishness. This is not nameLlinK < If anything, Rabbi BerC r in astounding versatile mank r called Zionists bad Amenins). [They betray those instincts, notions, ideals and aspirations hich have been flesh of our kh and soul of our soul for D00 vears of recorded history. n have seen such individuals B|ge and fawn when the ZionT question was discussed bete Christian groups. Why? jristian delegates from all ovl the world convened last week J Washington and endorsed the klestine Resolution!" I met [veral Christian delegates from Itin and South American coun|es who were indignant about e attitude of countries tojrd the Balfour Declaration insisted that a great wrong ritfhted immediately. Vnd yet there is cringing and vning on the part of Council fcmbers. We engaged in symKium and finally take issue |th such men only because of hour of crisis when we dare engage in neutrality when ndrods of thousands are still nfincd in camps in Europe. I ke issue because it is not demfatic, not American, not Jewfor a fraction of people to to impress its will and beidlc the Jew and non-Jew ke! (Therein do we differ? The uncil desires no "special privies" for the Jews anywhere picipating the "Messianic Era" the morrow. That now the \t is over, enlightenment will ne to Europe, rights of citihship and human rights, therere, the Jew will share the ablute basis of equality with evfone else in Europe. If they Hevc that the "Mechiach" is re or coming, then I agree with pr program that Judaism is a eligion." Or is it the desire [spread and teach the Jewish pgion to Jews and non-Jews ke? Are Lessing Rosenwald, bbi Berger and others so inested in our religion or merelutilizing this as an excuse to p us in the heart because there deliberate confusion in the world today and particularly in the Middle East. Therefore the only issues are special privileges" and Jewish state in Palestine! The Council for Judaism in astounding manner is co-operating with the anti-Semites in America and the Labor government of England It is afraid we do not have enough "tzores" as is. We should repeat again and again, Rabbi Berger in a broadcast, coast to coast, stated that the Jews do not want special treatment, no "privileges." Would he or others exchange with those Jews who. trapped, are running from country to country—from Poland to Germany, etc.? He would insist that when Poles arc repatriated, the Jewish Poles should go along and not complain, even if they are pogromized. No exceptions, no "privileges!" If the Jews who were German citizens are subject to the jurisdiction of occupation forces, they should be treated as regular German nationals. No exceptions, no privileges! Fortunately for Jews in Eu rope, Harrison presented his report which gave lie to the Council for Judaism. According to Harrison, the European Jews are in a category apart from all other victims or war and require special treatment, not as a privilege, but as a right. Max Nordau once said, "Jews sometime become too headlessly logical!" That is a profound observation! Why do we forget so easily the lesson of the past? We forget that constitutional equality is not yet real equality. A century and a half of progressive emancipation and enlightenment in Europe did not modify the anti-Semitism of Europe (without Palestine) but speeded up its tempo despite the development of emancipation j and progress in Europe. The end of World-War II did not modify anti-Semitism in America despite the "Four Freedoms," but on the contrary we find its tempo increasing daily.—I say this because we in our "comforts" dare not speak of "privileges" for an oppressed people. Why should the "Yishuv" be willing to die in order to save the remnant? They are a comfortable community and yet demand that no new asylums, no philanthropic rehabilitations will meet the situation. These things never helped in the past. They cannot help in the future because they do not reach down NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. 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The fellow denizens of the ivory tower lend comfort to England which is in the throes once again of violating a pledged word. Where should England hear a kindly word in defense of betrayal and inhuman callousness if not from the lips of Council leaders? "You were misled, O' Britain," they say, "don't worry about the promise. All Jews are not Zionists!'" This statement appeared in the press after the Madison Square Garden rally in New York where tens of thousands of Jews swarmed the surrounding streets and could not get in. It is very embarrassing that so many came and that practically all American Rabbis are Zionists. Very embarrassing that Gerald K. Smith and other anti-Semites are delighted to welcome Rabbi Berger and his followers into their midst. "Rabbi Berger seems to be an American Firster," wrote Gerald K. Smith who certainly can be trusted to recognize an ally when he sees one. And why not? Do not Council leaders ask, "Are you an American or Zionist?" The anti-Semites are greatly indebted to the Council for pointing out that Mayor LaGuardia, Henry Wallace, Dr. Lowdermilk, etc.—are bad Americans. We end these discussions from the pen of Albert Einstein who characterized the Council members perfectly out of his own tragic experience: "This organization appears to me to be nothing more than a pitiable attempt to obtain favor and toleration from our enemies by betraying true Jewish ideals and by mimicking those who claim to stand for 100 per cent Americanism. I believe this method to be both undignified and ineffective. Our opponents are bound to view it with disdain and even^ with contempt, and in my opinion, they will be justified. He who is untrue to his own cause cannot command the respect of others. Apart from these considerations, this movement in question is a fairly exact copy of the Zentralverein Dcutscher Staatsbuerger Judeischen Glauben (Central Association of German Citizens of Jewish Faith) of unhappy memory, which in the days of our crucial need showed itself .utterly impotent and corroded the Jewish group by undermining the inner certitude by which alone our Jewish people could have overcome the trials of this difficult age." The hour of luxury of internal strife, we cannot afford! There is nothing positive in the Council's program to warrant "life." We have sat "shiva" for too many months. Let us say the final "Kaddish" and set ourselves to the task of bringing about the third and final redemption to the third and final exile; so that there may yet emerge in our time a free Jewish people in a truly free Jewish land in Eretz Israel. WHEREIN DO OUR ORGANIZATIONS DIFFER? By Reba Engler Epstein In the recent Town Hall Meeting of the Air forum, Rabbi Stephen Wise, when queried, admitted that the Zionist organization should, if necessary, resort to arms and violence to obtain the acquisition of the Palestinian National State. To the members of the Council for Judaism that is very disquieting. First of all, what kind of a homeland (?) would that be that is secured by violence and maintained by force? But more than that, the declaration of belligerency was disquieting because the Council considers Judaism its RELIGION. Whether its members adhere to all the tenets of Judaism or not, we are ever conscious of the Jewish way of life. We have taught the Fatherhood of God to the Western world; and we not only resent, we abhor any group of people that forgets the Brotherhood of Man. The doctrine of religious freedom and the dignity of Man has at last encircled the world. The United Nations Charter in Section 3, Article 1, states that the PURPOSE of the United Nations shall be to achieve international cooperation in "promoting and encouraging respect for human rights and for fundamental freedoms of all WITHOUT DISTINCTION AS TO RACE, SEX, LANGUAGE OR RELIGION.'* The Potsdam ultimatum to Japan echoed the same words of religious freedom. Now that the world has at long last accepted the Jewish hopes and made real its prayers, has reduced them to legal reality, Zionism would have Jews insist on religious discrimination! The Council for Judaism believes that Jews should accept the doctrine of the United Nations. While Palestine is an armed arsenal and Jews and Arabs are being killed, displaced Jews in other parts of the world are homeless and starving. The Zionist organization would have them remain displaced until the Palestine nationhood, with all of its inter-ramifications, is solved; a problem that unbiased persons consider insolvable. 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>Y, NOVEMBER 16. 1945 LplTOR'S NOTE: Readers [his paper are invited to anv questions they may on Jewish religion, cusE traditions, etc., to Rabbi r who will answer them imtlv. He may be ad(ed care of this paper, or Jewish Telegraphic Ag106 East 41st St., New k.) hlSTION' What is a "MesISWER: The Hebrew word uzah" mea is "doorpost." the Biblical ordination VI:9) stated "Thou shalt them upon the doorposts hy house, and upon thy P we observe this command icing upon our thresholds a j-up piece of parchment Iwhich is written the Biblilerses of Deuteronomy VI: 1 XI (13-21). Since this ,i„ent, which is usually ped or deposited in a tin, foid or paper container, is upon the doorpost, the ob*J§*ht>fhr/cMar) Lturning after over three years' service in army Douglas Sandberg, M. D. luncts re-opening of hie Ofin temporary quarter! at 2606 tt de Leon Blvd., pending pletion of hit permanent ofaCter Feb. 1, at 108 Qiralda L, Coral Gables, Fla. Phones 4 5595—46474 Beautiful Miami Medical Center llities for treatments of acute leal, and convalescent cases •cially equipped for care of >ui and mental disorders, and alcoholic habits. Psyherapy. Hydrotherapy and itric-Shock therapy ecientlficI given. P. L. DODGE, M. D. bdical Director and President 6l N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2-0243—9-1042 Open to Members of kde County Medical Assn. :ANT YOU. LEEP? ffflW the stress of modern' living (feta "on your nerves"j wo sedative can do • lot to ~ nervous tension, to make' lore comfortable, to permit.' time a aay* work and 0' a night's wakefulnesss, I you Irritable, Restlesa or r.73? !" y n NervonaHeadI r Narvoua Indigestion, try 't Miles Nervine !" l or, Efferreacent Tablet*.?, ,Mnea Nsrrlna lsTf/tim-V sedative that baa been mS f, elief from Functional t^? lsturbaDcM ** %  Mr %  Is as up-to-date aa this iy,i, E ffervescenttaWeta IS* U. \II d d'rectlona and use |U directed. t ject has been traditionally called a "Mezuzah." • • • QUESTION: What it the reason and significance behind the "Mezuxah"? ANSWER: The Talmud (Menacnotn) enumerates the various signs and practices that have been Biblically ordained so as to serve as a constant reminder of the omnipresence of the Almighty as well as to keep the individual aware of his sacred and divine responsibility. One of these objects is the "Mezurah" which contains, in writing, the fundamental concept of religious belief and conviction. Its position on the doorpost is obviously intended to remind all who enter of their religious obligations and to reawaken in all who exit the spirit of the unity and love in the holiness of man and his life. Others have tried to inject the reason the "Mezuzah" was meant to be a symbol of identification for a Jewish home. While this motive may have been possible it surely would not be the only reason since the law requires a Mezuzah on the doorposts of the inner rooms of the house. Others do not entirely agree with the analysis in the above question of the word "Mezuzah" as it came to be applied to the object that we place upon the doorpost, and have claimed that the Hebrew word "Mezuzah" has its origin in a verbal root ("ziz" or "zus") meaning to move. They claim therewith that the "doorpost" was given the name "Mezuzah" since it appears to be the axis of man's movements as he goes from one place to another. The Mezuzah, they claim, is an object which is supposed to guide the movements of the individual towards the good objects and directions of life and hence its name is derived from the verbal root for the notion of movement. SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 MONAHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 SW. 8th Street Hours 8 AM. to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 PAGE ELEVEN 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 CLIPPER HAVANA MEXICO SO. 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Keenan Wynn squinted at one of these coded pasteboards at a high tariff spot, sighed: "They must make these by crossing a railroad timetable with a Chinese laundry ticket. The only legible thing on here is the total!" • Radie Harris writes to us in Hollywood from New York to let us know that the never-tuckered-out Sophie Tucker is back in N. Y., this time at the Le Martinique, where she'll only have to sing twice nightly for her supper. Radie says the Red Hot Mama is hotter than ever, and her looks belie the fact that most of the rinsiders had been hearing Soph for over a period of forty years! • • • Harry Hershfield is telling his Hollywood friends this rib tickler: A doting Jewish father wanted to give his son a double treat. The kid had never been on a bus and had never been to the zoo. He told the boy that he would take him to the zoo, which was a long way out on the bus. Well, the kid was very excited and the day came, and off they went on the bus. 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Allie Stolz is accorded a good chance of upsetting Willy Joyce in their future Garden lightweight bout. Allie looks fine in his workouts at Stillman's Gym. This will appear in print a few days after the fight so don't think the news is outdated. Leo Waldman, who left the Herald-Tribune sport page after eighteen years' service, has joined the Morning Telegraph. Wallman handled publicity for the Roosevelt Trotting Races this past summer. Irving Marsh, another HeraldTribune sport staffer, is doing a bang up job as football publicity director fof Columbia University. Of course the fact that Lou Little has his best team in twelve years doesn't hurt. GOSH, ONLY k PENHY! Once a penny was a fortune to a six-year-old. It could buy yards of licorice shoestrings, an all-day sucker, or a syrupsmothered scoop of shaved ice. A penny would pay for marbles, a tin whistle, or even a little lead soldier. It was the ceiling price for a new top-string. Nowadays, a penny won't boy much for a little boy. 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PAGE SIXTEEN %  Jewish ncrkHar J^iW^OVEM^ AN APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE OF AMERIC A SOUND SOLUTION TO JEWISH HOMELESSNESS fSm. This is a map of the Middle East. Seven million square miles of Arab lands—and tiny Palestine, promised to the Jewish people, a mere ten thousand square miles— less than one-tenth of one per cent in area —Arid still begrudged to them. THE JEWISH PEOPLE NEED PALESTINE! THE JEWISH PEOPLE HAVE A RIGHT TO PALESTINE! HERE ARE THE FACTS: • The historic connection of the Jewish people with Palestine dates from Biblical limes. • In our own day. in 1917. Great Britain, recognizing this historic connection, issued the Balfour Declaration pledging the development of Palestine at a National Home for the Jewish people. • In July. 1922, the League of Nations—52 member nations—gave to Great Britain the Mandate over Palestine to facilitate Jewish immigration and close settlement by the Jews on the land, for the purpose of establishing a Jewish Homeland. • In September. 1922, the Congress of the United States, by Joint Resolution, gave its recognition and approval to the Balfour Declaration. • In 1924, Great Britain and the United States signed a Treaty ratifying the Balfour Declaration and the Mandate, requiring the assent of the United States to any modification of the Mandate. • In 1939, CONTRARY TO THESE LEGAL GUARANTEES, and in violation of its agreement with the United States of America. Great Britain issued a White Paper nullifying the terms of the Mandate, and closing the doors of Palestine to further Jewish immigration and land purchase. As a direct result of this action, hundreds of thousands were barred from their own homeland, and left to ruthless slaughter by the Nasis. Protests to Great Britain went unheeded. The excuse always was, "Military Expediency." • In 1944, however, both the Republican and Democratic parties, recognising the great wrong that had been done to the Jewish people, included in their platforms pledges supporting the opening of Palestine to unrestricted Jewish immigration and the establishment there of a free and democratic Jewish Commonwealth. • With the ending of the war the Jewish People had every reason to expect that Great Britain would immediately reverse its White "per policy of 1939. THIS HAS NOT BEEN DONE! • Six million Jews have perished—rictims of the Nasis. A million and a half still remain in Europe (in fact. 100.000 stiU in concentration camps), in" vast majority among them look to Palestine %  the answer to their nomelessness. • WE APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE OF AMERICA TO ASSERT ITSELF. We ask that these victims of Nasi oppression b S ven—not pity, not words, but JUSTICE, B CTION. AND THE TIME FOR ACTION NOW. Every dictate of law. humanity and national nor—every principle for which this war "• fought—demands thai the gate* of Palestine opened to unrestricted Jewish tormo; rat on •"" to the establishment there of %  free and dtmo cratic Jewish Commonwealth. honorMIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT MIAMI ZIONIST DISTRICT GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER OF HADASSAH AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS i AMERICAN CHRISTIAN PALESTINE COMMITTEE POALEI—ZION JEWISH NATIONAL WORKERS ALLIANCE MERACHI ORGANIZATION