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The Jewish Floridian ( November 23, 1945 )

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PAGE TWO fJewlsii rtcrldUan TleAAariatly, ^P^pjtcJkmq. Mrs. Birdie Baysdorf, of New York City, who is staying with her nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Kalis, at Boca Raton, is spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein, and Aunt Helen, at 4342 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach Miss Rosalind Friedman will fly to Chicago Saturday for a three weeks' visit with relatives and friends. From there she will go to New York to spend the winter Mrs. Julia Sokolov, of Detroit, is spending a month with her brother, Mr. Felix Rosenthal, of 715 Euclid ave., Miami Beach .. Rabbi Murray Grauer spent a few days here this week with officers and members of Miami Orthodox Congregation, which pulpil he has just accepted. Rabbi Grauer will return here to assume his j duties the first of the year. Mrs. Hilel Rosenthal, 1610 Euclid ave., will entertain a group of convalescent servicemen from the Biltmore hospital for dinner at the Clover club tonight Mrs. Samuel Leeds, who has been visiting in Miami Beach for the past month, will return to her home in Chicago early next week. Returning later in the season she will be accompanied by her young daughter, Joan. Mr. Leeds is one of the trio of new owners of the Shelborne hotel. He will remain here to complete arrangements for the i opening Mr. and Mrs. SeyI mour Rubin of New York city I are spending a 10-day honeyI moon at the Versailles Dr 'and Mrs. S M. Morwitz, of Chicago, are vacationing at the Versailles hotel. Dr. Morwitz is a prominent Chicago eye and ear specialist Leon Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel, of 350 Euclid ave, Miami Beach, will celebrate his first birthday on Friday. November 23rd, with an afternoon party entertaining his little friends. Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Mamches announce the recent birth of a daughter here. Rev.; Mamches was chosen Cantor \ of the Miami Jewish orthodox synagogue Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lazarus are the proud parents of a baby girl. RELIEF SOCIETY TO MEET I HOST TO RETURNEES The Greater Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief Society of Denver will hold a board meeting at the home of Mrs. Maurice Cowans. l!>3(i S. W. 9th St.. on M o n d a y evening. November 26th. at H o'clock. Plans will be formulated for the installation of officers to be held Dee. 10th at the Beach "Y". Rabbi Irving Lehrman will install the officers. Following a musical program presented by Anyuta Melicov"s Red Cross Unit of Entertainment at the Nautilus hotel last Tuesday, Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 N. Meridian ave., Miami Beach, was hostess at a party which she sponsored, serving ice (icam and cake to over one hundred convalescent returnee servicemen. JUNIOR HADASSAH HAS ACTIVE PLANS Abe Cannes, head of the Bureau of Jewish Education, was guest speaker at a recent meet : Ulg of Junior Hadassah, Miami Beach unit. Harriet Hart, Charlotte Abrams, Hilda Schwartz, and Natalie Frankel were presented with gifts by Mrs. Alex Van Stratton, senior advisor, for bringing in the most members. The membership drive will continue throughout the year. The Miami Beach unit has a full schedule for next month. A Youth Rally, sponsored by the Zionist Youth Commission, will I be held December 2nd. A brunch will be held Sunday morning, December 9th, for all members. A Junior Hadassah birthday celebration and a report of the convention will constitute the program. Charlotte Abrams is chairman of this affair with Evelyn Shorofsky acting as co-chairman. A carnival, to be held December 23rd. will be the first fundraising affair given by the Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah. Judith Saal is chairman. Charlotte Abrams is handling publicity for these affairs. N.a die Frankel and Jean Bushell are attending the Junior Hadassah National Convention in New York. November 22-24. A board meeting will be held at the home of Natalie Frankel. 1808 James Ave., November 29, 8:00 p.m. "O, GIVE THANKS UNTO THE LORD. FOR HE IS GOOD; FOR HIS LOVING KINDNESS ENDURETH FOREVER." —Psalms "AS WE THANK GOD FOR GOOD. SO DO WE THANK HIM FOR (that which seems to us to be) EVIL" —Talmud MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 B. & P. DIVISION PLAN SOCIAL The business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah will hold a "get-acquainted" social on Sunday, Nov. 25, at two o'clock, at the Blackstone Hotel. There will be entertainment and refreshments. The guest speaker will be Mrs. Saul Leslie, president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress. A skit, "The Promise." will be presented for Balfour Day. The Misses Dorothy Lightman, Bette Sir, Evelyn Brown, Claire Levine and Lynne Adler will constitute the cast. Irving Lebanon, pianist, will play for the gathering, which is in charge of Miss Freda Schiffman. program chairman. There's a big job ahead. Be ready to subscribe to the Victory Loan. Kandel Mrs i 0 1 **. M&l Max Kupf U?„ U \Kfcl ?W'.. Mrs M ln i>.V5| Mrs. Harry W. Fields SPONSOR DINNER FOR AGED HOME Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Field will sponsor a dinner and entertainment for the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami, at 335 S. W. 12th Ave., Sunday, November 25th, at 6 p.m. Reservations may be phoned by calling Becky Levine, chairman, 5-1548, or Mrs. Paul Raff, 2-0270. Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub will be toastmistress. Arrangements are in charge of Marion Gould, Mildred Daum, C. Herzog, Mrs. Isadore Cohen, Mrs. Joe Zalis and Mrs. Rose Field. The admission committee includes Becky Levine Mrs. Paul Raff, Mrs. Pearl Raidman, Mrs. Lena Mason and Rose S. I. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties Kandell, M rs i** H Bear :in d Mi s r S K Ifc^l fePaul Raffelal Za is are in l and Mn*l Drucker Rubui and M Valuable gifls Sardine's radio "*V "Fashion Tin,,. 0 ,;;j each weekday J? 8:30 lo 8:45. ^H Boy's Tennis Sneakers $ 2 .20 PAIR Just arrived! Comlonai sneakers for gym weuil sports High tonJ laced high for c| fort. SUes 2' 2 to 6. MIAMI STORE CHILDREN'S BB0M Klil'RTH FUHJR American Title & Insurance Co, Announce the Opening of their Miami Beach Branch Office NOVEMBER 15,1945 at 1631 Alton Road Miami Beach Phones 5-3441-5-3442 Operated by Edwin Odette and Carlos Edwards Abstracts %  Title Insurance Escrows PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" ^ PHONE 9-2664 E. E. CARTER. Fun.r.l Dir.ci or "A Friwd in N.ed" i* *gyyi **


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[ Y, NOVEMBER 23, 1943 [diac Home ,ce Tuesday anniversary dinner of lade chapter. National ChilTCardiac Home, will take JNOV 27 at the Mocamba, 1st.. Miami Beach, with a T-dance affair. dinner will be followed by late prevue of the Mocamba low, according to Mrs. GerLachs, president of the Kn \ home organization, nrocei-ds of the entertain1 will be used for further ivement of cardiac care |j c s Three cottages accom|j n \. 75 children were built By, Mrs. Lachs revealed. fchiittfc handling the anI r is headed by Mrs. L Wolf, chairman, assisted |i Dave Byer, co-chairman. | CHAPTER OF ; B'RITH GIRLS newly formed group of [B'rith girls chose the name Irothy Borenstein for their e r. Mrs. Borenstein died |er 7 during her regime as lent of B'nai B'rith Women loicni Lodge. She was the fctcr "I Rabbi Friedman of lelphia and the wife of lax Borenstein, who served i armed forces for three and falf years. • leers of the chapter elected feir Tuesday evening meetleK President, Sheila LudIvice-President, Sonia Pallecretary, Clara Bauchman; ^ponding Secretary, Marsha Dn; Treasurer, Gertrude nicin: publicity chairman, -e Margulies; and honor [chairman. Connie Gordesky. t next meeting of D. B. G. beduled for November 27 at b.m. at the Miami "Y." *Jewisti fkridiian CALENDAR OF EVENTS Friday, November 23: Rovl" e,ka Jewl8h ^'ongi'fss Book Saturday, November 24: Temple Beth Slioldom dinner, 800 o clock. Sunday, November 25: Town "T initial Gift Committee, 4.'HI pin. Monday, November 26: American Jewixh Congress, Women's Division General Meeting %  w Federation Inulget Committee, 8:0(1 p.m., Federation office. Bureau of Jewish Bducatlon, Board of Directors Meeting. S:00 p.m Tuesday, November 27: Nation:,] ChlMrm'i Cardiac Home Dinner Dance, Mocamba Night ciub 7:11(1 p.m. Wedneiday, November 28: Miami Beach Post No. 830, Jewish War Veterans, regular moling, s:0n P.m. Beach "Y." Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, board nieetliiE 10:00 a.m. at PAGE THREE CONGRESS WOMEN OBSERVE BOOK MONTH In observance of Jewish Book Month, the Women's Division American Jewish Congress will present Mrs. I. M. Wein'stein, who will review Rabbi Milton Steinberg's, "A Partisan's Guide to the Jewish Problem." This event will be the first evening performance, in the Friday Review Series, and will be held at night, on Wednesday, Nov. 28, at 8 p. m., at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid ave. Subscriptions to the series will be honored at the door. Admission charge is One Dollar. Subscribers are asked to note change in the date as there will be no review this Friday. 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W. 27TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027 bunt Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS [SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes for Further Information Phon 9-2664, 4-5922 or 9-1434 UNVEILING Unveiling services will be held for the late Samuel W. Cohen on Sunday at two o'clock in the Beth David Section of Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the ceremony. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Max Singer, former owner of the Fenway Hotel, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, at 2 p. m. in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Congregation will officiate. Arrangements are in charge of Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, of the Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Friends and relatives of Bertram Raff, who passed away November 26th, 1944, are invited to attend the unveiling services at the Temple Israel section of Woodlawn Cemetery on Sunday, November 25th, at 3:00 o'clock. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan will officiate. Mrs. Irving Miller Mrs. Irving Miller, president of the Greater Miami chapter of National Home for Jewish Children of Denver, will be in New York, Nov. 26-28 to attend a meeting of all presidents of all auxiliaries of the National Home. Metings will be at the Biltmore hotel. mm<\ Quality, Jood Product* Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 71h Avenue Phone 2-6141 Lobby Floor duPont Bldg., Miami—205 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 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 the Only GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director MEMORIAL CHAPEL THOS.M. BURNS, JR funeral Director ,..-. ABE EISENBERG Treasure: 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 113$ Washing lon Arc. : 'jfittnl aaacli;-': %  In New .York; 7Wh St,, and AtBJiexdam Av*> TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S CLUB SPONSORS TOWN HALL FORUM 4-STAR LECTURES — NOTED PERSONALITIES VITAMIN ONEft DAY TABLET* T HINK of It I Your minimum daily requirement* of_A end D Vitamins or of B Complex Vitamins, in one pleasant tablet. Remember the name ONE-A-DAY (brand) Vitamin Tablets. MILlt NERVINE D O TENSE nerves malt* you Wakeful, Cranky, Restless? Dr. Miles Nenlna helps to lessen Nervous Tension. Get it at your drug store. Read directions and use only as directed. Alka-Seltzer W HEN Hesdaehe, Muscalsr Pains or Simple N.ur.laia. Distress after Mrsla. Gas on Stomach, or "Morning After" Interfere with your work or spoil your fun. try Alka-Seltier. 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 Annies 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 f i • K; i .'., i 1



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PAGE FOUR Jewishfhrktto/J -55^0^ *1 WHAT ALL MIAMI ANEW "T 'V* \-**VM **i at?'*' V BUILDING! Made Possible with Your Support of the CAPITAL FUNDS CAMPAIGN DEC. 1 -31,1945 Endorsed and Approved by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Campaign Goal $200,000 Give Generously! GIVE NOW! %  Y or n i Y Of 0 u .rC^ 1 Y" bfl^S These proposed sketches of the, ^u^ growing needs of the Miami !• the growing



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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1945 +Jewish fhrldian PAGE FIVE EEN WAITING FOR ... FOR YOUTH **"~& '*.\f IT'.* A, v ^. O ^ & [necessary facilities lor adult and youth program to meet boon as conditions permit. AND ADULT YM AND YWHA OF MIAMI f The story of Miami City's "Y" is a story of leadership. In less than twelve years it has developed an extensive program for educational, cultural, social and athletic activities for children and adults. Its post-war obligations to the community will make future expansion essential. Only A New Building Properly and Adequately Equipped Can Make Expansion Possible. Youth training in citizenship is the spring and root of a strong and useful community. Our "Y"s practice and teach the democratic way of life through their Home Camps, clubs, discussion groups, youth councils and athletic games. More clubrooms will increase the membership of the social, religious and civic clubs and encourage more participation in all other "Y" activities. GEORGE CHERTKOF .ampaign Chai irman CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS MIAMI y. M. & y. W. H. A. 1567 S. W. 5th STREET MIAMI Phone 3-4012 BACK OUR PLANS WITH YOUR ACTION! 1+ i I [ i %  I: I



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PAGE SIX +Je*lstflcrkJlap 4 %  i *jyteaatf yBflljHfap Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Bo x 2973 P hone 2-1141 Entered aa Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3, IS,9 Published Evry Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months, $2.00; 2 Years, $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor Miami 18. Florida. Friday, November 2:i. 1MB W> I, I,I ^ i %  % % % %  The American Jewish Conference asks five-power commission to probe Tripoli riots which saw the massacre of over 100 Jewish adults and children in Tripoli, now under British militarv administration Barnct Hodes Chicago's Corporation Counsel, headed a committee of five which took off November 15th for London, where an invitation will be presented to the preparatory commission of the United Nations When dishonesty is added to indecision it makes an 0rganiza tion to locate its permaunsavory combination. On that count alone Bevin's proposal nent headquarters in Chicago .. i i —;: I/-. -_.:„.. n\. ., Jesnurun, VOLUME 18 NUMBER 47 KISLEV 17, 5706 BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 Digest of the mall received at Jewish Florid Ian poet office box. BEVIN SKIRTS THE ISSUE .. added to indecision it makes an ative anniTIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER .By PHINEAS J. BIRON mer Executive Director of the Coordinating Committee for the Fort Ontario Refugee Shelter, has joined the executive staff of the American ORT Federation. An initial gift of $10,000 from Samuel Lemberg, of Brooklyn, to the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundaof an Anglo-American commission deserves the heap of criti-1 Congregation Bnai J*i cism which has been levelled upon it from all sources. I !"!" ^ „? ark sito 120th Admittedly, the Labor Government inherited a difficult; V ersary. problem in the Palestine issue. But to magnify the difficulty j A Birthday Fund for the reof the problem is either sheer chicanery or a deliberate attempt J habitation and postwar_expainto escape a responsibility. Surely the men who are now at j ffgJjg^SnS was ES3 the helm of the British Government knew all the intricacies 01 | >t th<> 2()th ann j vi rsarv dinner of the problem before they came to office. Otherwise they would | the Nintn National Convention be forced to admit that they were lacking in qualifications to „f the Pioneer Women's prgam,„ .. _-,„„__ zation held in Cleveland rule the country. Jewish refugees in the liberated How can Bevin and Attlee claim they had insufficient aata conco ntration camps in Germany on the Palestine question in the light of the score of pro-Jewish and Austria received 163.000 pronouncements that have been made by Britain's labor pounds of kosher food during the leaders. Are Bevin and Attlee prepared to admit that the &** %  months gom.the JcfuBritish Labor Party was politically immature when its executive i Agudath Israel Youth Council of committee went on record in favor of a Jewish commonwealth America .' Monte Kandel. forin Palestine? If so, they should, in all honesty and frankness, abrogate to men who are politically mature. But that is not the gist of the question. Attlee, like his predecessors in office, has only British interests and British imperialism in mind, and, like his predecessors, he is totally devoid of moral scruples at least when Jewish lives are concerned. Palestine at this crucial moment in Jewish life is more than I { ion Commission to establish a a political issue—it is a moral issue, a humanitarian issue. loan fund for students at city Every shade of Jewish opinion is united that the only avenue of colleges and state-supported uniescape to the di.plac.cf and stateless Jews in Europe lies in j JgWJ^^nnounced at^the Palestine. Every official and unofficial report made of tne Commission ... To help the Jews Jewish situation in Europe has emphasized that the victimized | still in the displaced persons Jews of Europe are united by a great bond—a desire to go to | camps in Germany and Austria Palestine. Why then a new inquiry? If the purpose of the A^V^D^iZ inquiry is to show that no such desire exists, then it is obvious ( ion committee is sending them that the intent behind the proposed commission is not to make large quantities of Yiddish literaan objective study of the Palestine problem, but to justify British ; ture Twenty-five car loads ;„j^;^; n.nioV, UnnHm of clothing, shoes, tools and raw indecision, British inaction. materials are being unloaded at The British Labor Party was on record against the wicked | a railway station near Milan, and discriminatory White Paper when there were still millions | Italy, for distribution to homeless of Jews in Europe? Will it stand for a White Paper policy by a : and distressed Jews in Italy and Labor Government now when the Jewish population in Europe ; Izr^ ,. .. has been decimated to the point of extinction? t^h^X&XStol Surely, the British Labor Party is strong enough to tell Bevin | conditions of the surviving Jews of Europe, particularly in Poland, Germany, Austria, and Hungary, now being completed by representatives of the Joint Distribution Committee, will be told at the annual meeting in New York next month. and Attlee that they must either follow Party policy or else relinquish their posts. TOWN HALL FORUM The scries of lectures to be presented under the auspices of Town Hall Forum, Temple Israel and the Men's Club on Dec. 11, will have as its first start lecturer, Robert St. John. St. John, whose lecture is anticipated with great interest, is a noted War Correspondent, author and radio commentator. He has lived among the people of twenty-nine nations, involved in World War II. His book, "It's Always Tomorrow," was written against a war background. The committee states that the seating capacity of Miami Senior High School is only about 1200 and advises those desiring to attend, to secure their tickets now. Tickets may be had and reservations made through the Town Hall Forum, 137 N. E. 19th st., Miami; phone 9-1757 or 3-5858, or through any member of the Forum Committee. The other stars and their dates of appearance are Ray Joseph, Jan. 31; Max Hill, Feb. 26. and Erika Mann, April 23. CITY WIDE CHANUKA EVENT PLANNED SILVER ELECTED ZOA PRESIDENT (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) seeking to reduce Jewish Palestine "to another Ghetto," and of driving "loyal Jewish population of Palestine to active resistance in defense of their rights and position." "We recognize no legal barrier to the right of Jews freely to settle in Palestine and to rebuild a Jewish state," the resolutions said. Dr. Stephen S. Wise condemned the British Government and called upon President Truman to "wave aside the State Department negotiators and go back to his admirable starting point, and declare to the Prime Minister and The Capital Theatre will be the meeting place of a Chanukah Assembly sponsored by Beth David. Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom, Temple Israel and the Board of Jewish Education. The Assembly will be held on Sunday, Dec. 2, at 9:30 a. m. All Hebrew and Sunday schools will take part in the gathering which more than one thousand are expected to attend. A special Chanukah musical program is being planned and the audience will participate in community singing. A skit will also be presented. Two films are being shown through the courtesy of the Wometco Theatres, "It Happened in Springfield" and a carI toon. Book awards, honoring Jewish Book Month, will be | presented. Refreshments will be served through the courtesy of the Sisterhoods of Beth David, Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom and Temple Israel. to the British Secretary of Foreign Affairs: 1 will not have my request to you annulled by a commission of inquiry'." Dr. Wise described the statement of Mr. Bevin as "a second White Paper." The Jews of Palestine, he said, "would not be fit to live and have a national home, if they did not resist every effort on the part of the Mandatory Power to prevent the coming of Jews into Palestine. No Jewish refugee entering Palestine is as lawless as the White Paper, or Mr. Bevin," he added. Addressing a session devoted to the Jewish National Fund, which was presided over by Judge Morris Rothenberg Dr. Abraham Granovsky, chairman of the JNF in Jerusalem, said CHEST ORGANIZATION MAKES REAL PROGRESS Organization for the Victory Campaign of the Community War Chest is proceeding with such enthusiasm that one of the most successful appeals in Dade County's history is assured. General Chairman Stanley C. Myers said. Under his leadership, all division chairmen have been selected and most have enlisted their group workers and key personnel. "We have good leadership, sound organization and determination," Myers declared. "Success is in the air. It seems that Dade County is about to take her place in the forefront of the communities which do an outstanding job of caring for its less fortunate." The campaign, which finances 23 local agencies of human service, and the 19 agencies of the National War Fund, is already under way. and reaches its climax the last two weeks in January. The Advance Gifts division, an innovation this year, already has pointed the way toward increased giving to meet increased needs. At its first meeting this week, a group of pioneer workers reported that every gift received in a sample solicitation was increased from 25 per cent to more than 100 per cent over last year. ANTI-SEMITIC FRONT Attention Defense organizations ... It is relatively unimportant whether Father Coughlin is through or merely biding his time The Christian Front is very much alive ... It is no longer a strictly Catholic led organization Among its leaders as well as its rank and file are many Protestants The Christian Front is preparing to enter the political arena ... It feels that it no longer needs to hide behind "respectable" political fronts That is why Christian Front meetings are being prepared in every major city of the Union The "new" organizational genius who is promoting Christian Front political gatherings on a national scale is none other than Ainslee E. Homey, veteran anti-Semite whose record is well known to our Department of Justice Gerald L. K. Smith in his publication "The Cross and the Flag" dispenses advice to the Jews of America in the following paragraph "Rabbi Elmer Berger of Philadelphia (executive director of the American Council for Judaism) is experiencing considerable persecution from Zionist Jews. Rabbi Berger seems" to be an American Firster Jews would do well to accept some practical advice from the Rabbi" ABOUT PERSONS Pierre van Passen whose 50th anniversary was celebrated as a major event in Melbourne. Australia will present the Reuben Brainin People's Library of Montreal with the original manuscript of his "The Forgotten Ally" at a special function on November 25th ... Is it true that Senator David I. Walsh, Chairman of the Senate Affairs Committee, is holding conferences to re-open the air waves for Father Coughlin? Rabbi Herschel Lymon travelled all the way from Oklahoma to Okinawa to officiate at the wedding of Capt. Gretchen Ruth Boody to Capt. Edward Siegel last month General Stillwell gave the bride away Friends of J. Robert Oppcnhcimber who is is credited with a major share in the invention of the atomic-bomb want him to run for Congress from California Danny Shapiro the songwriter is very proud these days His song "Please Mr. Truman, Play the Piano for Me" was given a special performance at the White House last week STORY OF THE WEEK We are indebted to Leonard Lyons for this priceless story "Next April Leonard Bernstein will conduct the world premiere of Marc Bliztein's "Airborne", the symphony which he wrote for the Air Force while he was in England After the composer had been at work for five months. Col. Jock Whitney sent for him and said: "We've given you free time, special billets and all conveniences these past few months Now we'd like to hear it." The audition took place in a home once occupied by Hugh Walpol,. junior officers arrived.T&5" dier and a Major General %  tendI Cpl, BlizrteEuL* He played his pi ln ***** the vocal parts then\ shout i exhausted dl ,',",, f,nis ^ the Major Gene I**£ jo glanced at his watch an T erely "I'm late." The B r £ad£ r ^ Jarryon"... : ndl ^%^ derful" the Junior offit^S* used, after the Genesis w' 'Carry On', the * ing in reccomnu-ndat.ons additional services h| cn SJ Council could render to community. The Keystone Club invitew plications for membership J* all boys from 15 to n J 3 „ is president. VICTORY BONDS BUY THEM ANYWHERE!



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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945 Bond Rally Blackstone, Dec. 2 A gala bond rally and cabana Darty is to be held at the Blackstone Hotel Cabana Club and Gardens, Sunday evening, Dec. 2 at 8 p. m., under the auspices of the Breater Miami membership of B'nai B'rith. More than two thousand persons are expected to attend the affair which will be highlighted by a bond auction with scarce ;ind valuable items of merchandise offered as prizes to highest bond bidders. Mrs. Dina Goldman and Marx Ft in berg, co-chairmen, reported that prominent nightclubs and State celebrities will entertain. In addition, a water carnival vhow is scheduled. An army orchestra, under the direction of Captain Swift, Special Services officer, and Sgt. Zcke Segal, will participate in the program. The B'nai B'rith Victory Loan committee headed by Lt. E Albert Pallot and Sam W. Shapiro, reported $760,000 in Victory Loan Bonds sold. It is expected that the Blackstone affair will enable B'nai B'rith to attain its quota of $2,000,000. The committee in charge of the Blackstone Victory Loan affair consists of Dave Alper, Alex S. Cohen, Sol Goldstrom, David R. Isen, Joseph Lipton, Sam B. Miller, Burnett Roth, Sam W. Shapiro, Sam Silver, Ernest Sussman, George Talianoff, Paul Weitzman, Harry Zuckernick, Dave Emmer and Mrs. Harold Turk. CULTURAL PROGRAM The Jewish Peoples Fraternal Older, Lodge No. 192, will sponsor a musical and cultural program marking the Sixth Olgin Memorial, on Sunday, November 25. at 8:00 p.m. at Miami Beach Public School Auditorium, Washington Ave. and 14th St. MIAMI ZIONISTS TO ELECT A meeting of the Greater Miami Zionist District will be held at Beth David auditorium on Thursday, November 29th, at 8 p. m. Election of officers and executive board will be conducted. An exhibition of Jewish books will be displayed and a Palestinian moving picture will be shown. COUNCIL WOMEN TO CELEBRATEJHRTHDAY Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women will be celebrating its silver anniversary during 1946. To commemorate twenty-five years of service in this community, announcement is being made of plans for the gala dinner dance to be held January 22 at the famous Colonial Inn at Hollywood. Music will be furnished by Xavier Cugat and top flight entertainment has been promised. Committee in charge of arrangements are Mrs. Stanley rrenling co-chairmen. Tickets and reservations will be taken care of by Mrs. Aaron Fair. Mrs. Wm. Fair, Mrs. Joseph Kolber, Mrs. Paul Barnett. Mrs. Irving Kobley, Mrs. Frank Coret. Mrs. Bertram Scheur, Mrs. Joseph Williamson and Mrs. Wm. Slepian. Jewish fhridkiti PAGE SEVEN New Ased Auxiliary Formed Here BEACH JEWISH CENTER SPONSORS GAME NIGHT SERVICEMEN'S NOTES On Saturday evening December 1 at 8:30 p.. m„ in the patio of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, a gala affair will be held by the Sisterhood, with games, prizes and refreshments. Mrs. Nathan Stiefel. Chairman of Ways and Means, has selected as her special Chairman for the event, Mrs. Joseph Berman, with CoChairmen Mrs. Samuel Lipton. The committee includes the | Mesdames Alfred Stone, Sara Levin, Freda Newman, Lillian Oka, Bertram Scheuer, J. Stein, M. Jullian, Bertram Scheuer, Carl Suskind. E. Shackman, F. Glazer. The Refreshment Committee, headed by Mr. Harry Bodenstein, includes the Mesdames Eva Osheroff, Ethel Rifkin, Betty Feuer, Hattie Seligman, Esther Stitzer, M. Wald. Jean Schwartzman, Dora Goldberg and J. Wolfman. Prizes were donated by Lincoln Road merchants. HOLLYWOOD SCHOOL OPEN At a Victory Bond Drive held on Sunday, Nov. 18, the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, and it's Auxiliary, sold $35,100 worth of bonds. The event was held on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. H. Fincke. Mr. S. Zaconick did the auctioneering. men convened last Monday, at the Strath-Haven hotel as luncheon guests of Mrs. Max Greenberg and Mrs. Jacob Plotkin. The purpose of this gathering was to formulate plans for a Woman's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, a plan that has been initiated in all cities in the state plan. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry who gave a message of welcome. Mr. Monte Selig was the principal speaker of the afternoon. He traced the history of the Home up to its present affiliation with The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and stressed the hope that everyone seeking the care and service of the Home would be enabled to secure assistance in proposed larger quarters in the near future. The present Home,, 12th ave. and 4th st., will be available to receive its first residents within a very short time. By acclamation Mrs. Benjamin Sherry was selected as president; Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs. Max Greenberg, Mrs. Michael Arnold, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Mrs. Sam Ritter, vice-presidents; Mrs. Jacob Plotkin, treasurer; Mrs. Sylvia Goldberg, recording" secretary; Mrs. Philip Weinberg, financial secretary; Mrs. Rose Beck, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jacob Chaves, Assistant corresponding secretary. Directors: Mrs. Moses Krieger, Mrs. A. M. Weinstein, Mrs. B. J. Schwartz, Mrs. Rose Weiss. Mrs. S. Aronstein, Mrs. A. J. Tobin, Mrs. Gus Trau, Mrs. Daniel Broad, Mrs. Sam Prosterman, Mrs. Arthur Klein, Mrs. M. S. Rubin, Mrs. Louis Miller, Mrs. Chas. Ratner, Mrs. Max Lieber, Mrs. Sam T. Sapiro, Mrs. Rose Silonsky, Mrs. M. Meschelof, Mrs. L. Kronish, Mrs. I. Peckerman, Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Mrs. H. Perlish, Mrs. S. H. Leslie, Mrs. Rhoda Levin, Mrs. Leopold Marcus, Mrs. Martin Simmons. Mrs. B. J. Schwartz, Mrs. B. J. Schwartz, Mrs. J. Weisglass, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs. E. Barkan, Miss Clara Goldenberg, Mrs. Nathan Glosser, Mrs. Jos. Rose, Mrs. B. Zimmerman and Mrs. I. Lehrman. on a 30 day leave from Wakeman General Hospital, Camp Atterbury, Indiana, is dividing his time between his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William N. Berson, 2400 S. W. 21st St., and his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berson, who reside at 745 S. W. 2nd st. Private Berson, formerly of Akron, Ohio, served with the First Division of the First Army. He was overseas in England and Germany for three and a half years. Suffering the loss of an eye, Private Berson has spent the past year under hospital treatment. Lt. (senior grade) Martin B. Greenbrg, recently promoted from Lieutenant (j.g.) is now Commanding Officer of a fleet mine sweeper, the "Broadbill." Lt. Greenberg, who is now in California, has been in service three years. A graduate of the University of Florida, Lt. Greenberg is the son of Mr. Joseph Greenberg, formerly of Miami and now residing in Belle Glade, Florida. SERVICEMAN'S CALENDAR Weekly serviceman's activities under the auspices of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board: Saturday night dance at the Beach "Y", 1 Lincoln Road, 8:30 P. M.„ sponsored by the Miami Beach Service League; refreshments served; Sunday morning Brunch, 10 a. m. at the Beach "Y", sponsored by B'nai B'rith; Sunday night dance at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid ave., at 8:30 p. m., sponsored by the Senior Hostess Group. Refreshments served; swimming cabana at 1 Lincoln Road in charge of Rudy Adler. Buy More War Bonds. Think, act. be American! Buy War Bonds and Stamps. GET YOUR CONTEST BLANK AT ALL STORES AND JOIN GUILD WIN6 'Name This Man' Contest THIS MAN has been called a Pilgrim a Red Devil, also a Grape Grower. He is the trade mark on every boiteoi wine produced by members of the Wine growers Guild of Lod^Cah fornia. an agricultural association of four a !" :** 0 *" !" 0 ?? !" 1 !" winerie. belonging to over 300 California wine grape growers Guild cellars are located in the choice California wine districts of Lodi, Woodbridge, Sanger and Cucamonga. Win $650 In Victory Bonds' fgSfygi GRAND PRIZE-S200 VICTORY BOND 2ND PRIZE—$100 Victory Bond 3RD PRIZE—$50 Victory Bond Next 12 Prizes—$25 Victory Bond Each CONTEST RULES %  %  """ 1. Each name submitterl "*>• *?] ,M..,„.anll by the red cellulose seal (,,r li reasonable facsimile) Which CM be found at the top of ;">' J talner of Guild Wine. BImply c t his Ml and forward same l'^ ,h '' s your name selection on the cont.st form. 2. Ka.h name submitted must;be accompanied by separateiseal (or MC simile). Y.iu may submit as man> names as you desire. 3. Names must be submitted rj lar contest form. These forms MB obtainable free of charge a all letau stores where wines are sold. Judges for prize awards WVM JjJfo|, C 'u"* Miami; Mr. Paul Bruun, M,aml c *" mer s, Fl 4 Contest begins November 19th and ends December 31st. ," maY All entries remain the propduplicate awards will be made. c Mill vour bottle seals (or fac,';.'re,mn these entry blanks to your Gl"IL,I> dealer. u „. p Pe ,ident. American National Bank, T o n i'c. Mr George St. George, Browning.King ,.„?.? street. Miami., APARTMENT WANTED by VETERAN AND WIFE Permanent Miami Residents Preferably SoiAhwest Section MRS. S. WEISS Care of Jewish Floridian Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida Returning after over three years' service in army T. Douglas Sandberg, M. 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PAGE EIGHT Jelstncrknati BETH SHOLOM DEDICATION NOV. 28 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) daism," "The Faith of a Liberal Jew," and has contributed articles to "The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia," "The Encyclopedia of Jewish Knowledge." and others. He holds the commission of Captain on the Bridgage Staff of the Connecticut State Guard, is Chaplain of the U. S. Veterans Hospital in Newington, Conn,: president of the Hartford Council of Adult Education, president of the West Hartford Public Library, and is editor of Jewish Ledger (weekly). The Community House, open SAMUEL KELEMER Cantor, Temple Beth Sholom for the first time to the public, will have adequate facilities to accommodate both the Temple activities and other community organizations. It has a social hall with stage and kitchen facilities accommodating 300 people. Special rooms have been built for crafts, scout troops, library and other special interest groups. Ten classrooms are available on the second floor of the structure. The main floor houses the Temple and an auditorium not yet completed, board room, Rabbi's study and Temple offices. It is estimated that $50,000 will be spent in preparing the building for use. The present building will remain until conditions permit the erection of a Temple on property just south of the structure now owned by the organization. WEST FLAGLER TRACK BREAKS MUTUEL RECORD The fans, 9.202, were present at the opening of West Flagler Kennel Club Tuesday evening. to wager $214,531 through the mutuel windows before the evening was over as their welcome to the start of Miami's winter dog racing season. It was a gala crowd—Miami's first peace-time turnout for greyhound racing and quite in contrast with last year, there were fewer fans in uniform. The crowd started coming early and space in the kennel parking lot was soon exhausted. For the first time since the United States was plunged into World War U the Miami Transit Co. operated special busses direct to the track. More than 5.000 fans wore on hand at 7:10 p.m. and they kept pouring in. The congestion in front of the mutuel windows was terrific. • But it was a good naturea crowd and President Jake Sher and General Manager William Huntlev had taken precautions to see that everything would go off as smoothly as possible on the opening night. "I was confident that we are headed for a record season." said President Sher. "This turnout proves it. I think Florida's winter spmts season will he the greatest in history. It can't miss." BUY THEM ANYWHERE! PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK No Job Too Large o r Toa Small Estimatet Cheerfully Given • PHONE 3 6924 • Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court ZIONIST LUNCHEON Mrs. Max Dobrin was speaker at the meeting ol Miami Beach Zionist Lun< EASY METHOD AUTODRIVING INSTRUCTION DUAL-CONTROLLED CARS •BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY" 2920 Douglas Road Phone 4-3628 Patent Pending raiDAY NOVEMBER 23, Club at the StrandlwT^* Wednesday. .^C ^ tine was the question 1 ** %  at the gathering^" ^ FLUORESCENT LIGHTS LABORATORY INSPECTS R. d io-E,ectnc KANDEL ELECTRIC CO 176 N. W. ,. s,. p h0 „,7H. A. BINDER—A MAN WITH A PLAN LIFE MEMBER—MILLION DOLLAR ROUND TABLE Under my plan beneficiaries have received more than 20% increase from their present policies at no additional premium cost. H. ABinder, Suite No. 615 Olympiq Bldq. "IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU" JACK LARRIMORE BILL HANKS TRAIL Service Station American Oil Products—Amoco Gas COMPLETE LUBRICATION SERVICE TIRES AND TUBES 701 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-2740 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICK IS HKHKl'.Y lilVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious 11:1111.> of l'I.A)-TIC MODES at 4101 .V Miami Avenue, intend to reglst.i Mild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Liade County, Florida, ALI.BS Rl'W.N KO.NA1.U U. DAVIS ISAAC JOFFK. Attorney for Applicants 10/26 ll/J-a-16-J3 "ONLY 18 DAYS TO HAVE YOUR GIFT PHOTOGRAP t UNDER THE CHRISTMAS TREE Our mast-r photographers create gift photograph* for you in the Christmas spirit. No Appointment Necessary JB J Tr-f'/f// A M '/","(/ / Lobby Floor duPont Bldg., Miami 205 Lincoln RcL, Miami Beach What Goes Up Must Come Down! c. v *\~ ES, and the rusher it soars, the harder k fallsl That, in a nutshell, is the logic of inflation. Pay more than a thing is worth, just because it i scarce, and it's going to cost more to produce that article than it's worth. Get a lot of people bidding senselessly for scarce items, and the vicious spiral begins. Wages and prices soar higher and higher until your day's pay is literall] worth less than a plugged nickel. Then, inevitably, the bottom drops out of the whole thing ... wages, prices, and values explode ... and economic, political, and social ruin is the result. It happened in Germany after the last war It can happen here! Let's head off inflation before it gets startedl Let's not pay a penny more than any article is worth, and let's all abide by ceiling prices. And let's not buy a lot of stuff we don't really need. Let's wait until full reconversion brings us our choice of new improved merchandise., .the very best our money can buy. Let's keep our feet on the sround and our pocketbooks, tool This Message Published as a Public Service by BELCHER OIL COMPANY ESTABLISHED 191S MIAMI AND PORT EVERCLADE& FLO"'*** .ft Listen to June Melville



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jIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1945 B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By DAVE ISEN *Jeisli fkridfon PAGE NINE At the regular Tuesday night C-iinu of November 13th. the from Lodge of B'nai B'rith met Beth David. After a very % asant evening of entertainL n t put on by the AZA boys, I odge got down to the senbusiness of the evening which 5 Hie nomination of officers the coming year. The foliring were nominated: President, E. Albert Pallot; fct Vice-President, Nat Roth; cond Vice-President, Sam Silr Recording Secretary, Mauc Cromerj Financial Secretary, ex Cohen; Treasurer. S. B. Her; Monitor, Burnett Roth; Bistant Monitor, Marx Feinre; Guardian, John KronenWarden, Jerome Weinkle; jistees, Isaac Levin, 3 years; \. Herman Meyers, 3 years; Ely pne, 2 years; Nathan Adelman, tear: Earnest Sussman, 1 year; try Markowitz, 1 year; Samuel Edrnan, 1 year; Al Quadow, 1 Bi. Leo Ackerman, 1 year; Irnard Spector, 1 year. /on will notice that E. Albert plot is to be the new President it is with a great deal of Esfaction that we realize that Twill once again be at the helm [continue the good work which Egident Harold Turk has perhru-d during the last year. We low that with the great num• of demits to the Miami Beach jge, Al Pallot will have his krk cut out for him to stimu|e interest and to secure new bribers for the Lodge. We are hkinc forward to a year of (endly rivalry between Miami Miami Beach which will reIt in a rapid growth for each [them and in addition, a much eater contribution to the comjinity at large because of their paneled efforts in civic affairs. Third Vice-President, David Iserr Recording Secretary, Jack Bums; Treasurer, Sol Goldstrom; Financial Secretary, Daniel Broad; Monitor, Harold Turk; Assistant Monitor, Albert H. SaperstcinA. L. Perper; Warden, Garry Glatt; Guardian, Dr. N. S. Gilbert; Trustees: Paul Greene. Harry Cornblum, Irving Frankel, Jake Felt, Matthew Silveistein. Sam Shapiro. Dave Phillips. Jack August, Emanuel Goldstrich, Paul Weitzman, Harry Magid. You will notice that those whose names appear above as unopposed for election are therefore to be our new officers for the coming year in those particular offices. We are therefore particularly happy to congratulate George Bertman on whose shoulders will fall the responsibility of making the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith the finest and largest in the country. The elections for both Lodges will be held at the first meetings in December. It is most important that all members be present to vote at these elections. All members and their friends are urged to set aside the evening of December 2nd for the gala War Bond Rally and Water Show to be held at the Blackstone Hotel. Those of you who enjoyed our last rally there can look forward to even a finer evening than before. Among the features will be a water ballet, several acts, dancing under the moon, refreshments—all in all, a perfect evening to start the social season. The hard work being put forth by Co-Chairmen Marx Feinberg and Dina Goldman assures us of an unusually successful affair. THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) B'NAI B'RITH HEADS SPEAK AT LAKELAND Tuesday night, November 20th, J Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai tith was treated to a very fine Ik by Dr. A. W. Gottschall. brida director of the National Inference of Christians and %  re, Ipne of the highlights of the feting was the bringing in of new members by Mr. A. L. Jrper. 13 by Mr. Sam Shapiro eight by Mr. Dave Alper. lest* gentlemen show how easy I is to secure new members if le will just make up his mind lget them. From now on, any Dividual bringing in only a fcgle member will find his work passed many times over by fellow Ben Briths. |Tho nominations for officers for coming year for the Beach dge are as follows: President, George Bertman; [st Vice-President, Martin Ge.-Walter Kovner; Second Vicepsident, Harry Zukernick; AMUSEMENT PARK OK'D BY MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION Princess Park, known as Florida's Coney Island, has received an enthusiastic reception by Greater Miami residents. Located at 6800 W. Flagler, the amusement park offers direct transportation by bus 16, providing an atmosphere of fun for the entire family. The amusement park offers dancing, thrill rides and educational exhibits. It has received the approval of the Ministerial and Teachers Association of Dade County. There is no gambling, no games of chance and no liquor allowed by the management. QUESTION: What is a "Mikveh"? ANSWER: The word "Mikveh" comes from a Hebrew root that designates the act of "gathering"'. The term "Mikveh Mayim" is used frequently in the Bible to mean "a gathering of water". Colloquically. however, the term "Mikveh" came to be known as the term denoting the bathing place where the impure take their ritual bath, in order to be purified. It actually consists of a pool which has been started by naturally gathered water. Technically speaking, at least the first one hundred and sixty gallons of water must have been naturally gathered, i.e., without the direct air of an artificially made receptacle or the human hand. It is required that married women immerse in this body of water (which at each refill must have the required natural base) after a certain period after each menstrual cycle, and that the bride immerse herself before her wedding. It is also used to immerse new glass and silver utensils. Many pious men immerse in it before the Sabbath and before holidays. OUESTION: Why does thf Jewish law require such immersions. ANSWER: The Talmudic literature has based this requirement upon certain derivatives from the Bible. In Biblical literature water has always been designated as a purifying agent. Natural flowing waters have been designated as not only agents of physical cleanliness, but also of spiritual purity. It is a self-evident fact that stagnant water is a breeding place of germs and disease while much parasites couldn't e*ist in a natural stream of running water. Besides this, the complete physical immersion in natural waters, which are required by law to touch every party of the body, implies a great moral precept. Man is considered at his spirtual height when he is completely in line with the forces of Universe, meaning consequently that he is Mr. George Talianoff of the Anti-Defamation League, and Mr. Harold Turk, Florida State Chairman of the Membership Drive Committee of B'nai B'rith, addressed a meeting of the B'nai B'rith Lodge at Lakeland Monday evening. Mr. Turk spoke on membership in the organization, while Mr. Talianoff gave a discourse on the aims and activities of the Anti-Defamation League. Mr. Talianoff goes to West Palm Beach on the 27th to speak before the Lodge in that city. Mr. Gilbert J. Balkin has arrived here to assume his duties as assistant to Mr. Talianoff. in complete harmony with the will of God. Being immersed in natural waters would therefore superimpose the feeling of oneneses, purity and religion upon the individual. It would therefore logically follow that the bride or the married women after the menstrual period, who are in need of purity and inspiration in order to continue their lives in harmony with the will of the Creator who has created male and female for an ideal purpose, should immerse in a naturally gathered body of water. HOME STUDY GROUPS Home Study Groups for ten or more students are being arranged by the Bureau of Jewish Education, assisted by Beth David Congregation. A teacher is sent to the home to teach Hebrew to the students. NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343 appi i N pm >S* jBPi W Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 SEASONS GREETINGS MR. FOSTER'S STORE SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE 33 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE OFFICE SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS OFFICE FURNITURE ENGRAVING SOLAR WATER SERVICE Repairs of All Kinds Replacing Leaking Tanks DON. S. COLEMAN Phone 4-7485 GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given J. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 ROMANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers In Pratt & Lambert's Paints &. Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE... 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PAGE TEN +JewlsMcrldk>n \\ i Face Facts GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Fla. ADL Di rector One of the most significant films released in recent years, "It Happened In Springfield." is being exhibited in theatres throughout Dade County. Telling the inspiring and gripping story of the "Springfield Plan" of every day democracy as followed with such success in the public schools of Springfield, Mass., this impressive offering brings to the screen a vital message which should be seen by all Americans of whatever religious belief or creed. Briefly, the picture relates the fast-moving events which befall a beloved foreign-born American citizen, after he has incurred the wrath of a local political boss. Angered by his refusal to swing an election his way. the boss invites the town hoodlums into a Nazi-like attack on the old man and his small stationery store. A teacher seeing the unprovoked tragedy, offers to take the storekeeper's wounded soldier-son to Springfield where she teaches. In an endeavor to restore the young man's confidence in the American way of life, she guides him through a few of the schools where the plan is currently in effect. What the veteran sees reaffirms his belief in our country, and provides a most pointed message. "It Happened In Springfield is a pictorial salute to the way of life and of thinking which our servicemen fought to preserve. Considerable positive thinking will be stimulated by this extremely effective picture, which has received the endorsement of key educators and civic leaders all over the country. RELEASED VETERAN OPENS DENTAL OFFICE Dr. E. G. Blasters, formerly captain in the United States Army, has opened offices at lid Biscayne Blvd., following his recent release from the armed forces. Dr. Blasberg, who practiced dentistry in Columbus. Ohio, prior to his induction, was in the army for five years. His first assignment was at the Station Hospital, Camp Blanding. where for 17 months he served on the Mobile Induction Board of the State of Florida and was also in charge of the Oral Surgery Department. Following this period. Dr. Blasberg was stationed in Honolulu where he served with the Provost Marshall and the Military Government. His final post was Chief of Dental Service. 8th Station Hospital, taking care of casualties from the Pacific Ocean area. IN GREATER MIAMI LILLEY'S OPENS TO THRONG James Lilley. one of America's leading restauranteers was host to hundreds of his friends at the opening of Lilley's Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge, 829 Biscayne Blvd. The new decorations executed by Walter Hay. who has become famous for his decorative work at Longchamps, won the admiration of all. Jose Toronto and his Rhumba Vagabonds delighted the audience as did Sporn & Dukoff, the aristocrats of melody. GREETINGS FRANCES K. POWELL The Ultimate in Fine Foods Re-Opening Her Newly Enlarged Dining Room at 524 41st Street. Miami Beach Friday. Nov. 16th. at 5 P. M. With Banquet Dinner Ph. for Reservations, 5-1646 The Finest In French Cuisine Steaks and Chops Are Best Quality Great Variety of Foods Wofford Terrace DINING ROOM Collins Ave. at 24th Street Miami Beach on the Ocean Phone 5-6891 of Foods f-none a-B9i A|| ^!" Under Direct Supervision of Tony Barrero. As I n the' p 8 "* ARMY RETURNS HOTEL The President Madison, swank ocean-front 206-room hostelry of Miami Beach, covering the entire block between 38th and 39th Sts. on Collins Ave.. was returned from the Army yesterday. The President Madison was taken over by the Army in November, 1942. Albert Grossman, managing director, announces the hotel will open for the season on December 15th and the hotel is being extensively redecorated and newly equipped and furnished in keeping with the original colonial design. The President Madison has a private beach, submarine-lighted swimming pool, outdoor dining terrace, cabanas and other luxuryfeatures. MIZRACHI PARTY Mrs. Bertha Hagen. chairman for the Card Party held at the Kenmore Hotel, Miami Beach, Tuesday evening by the Miami Beach Mizrachi Organization, reports that the affair was successful. Proceeds will go to the orphan children of Europe, who are being sent to Palestine. TO TOUR CUBA 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. NO MINIMUM "NOW OPEN" 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. "Food Fit for A King" OPENED WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH Chef's Specials—Charcoal Steaks and Chops—Supper Specialty 1626 ALTON ROAD AT LINCOLN PHONE 5-9637 In line with the good neighbor policy, the seniors of the Lear School will make a short holiday tour of Cuba via Pan American Airways in order to become better acquainted with the Cuban people. The group will be accompanied by Mr. J. E. Silver, assistant director of the school. TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT JEWISH HUNGARIAN COOKING The Best Meal in Town 645 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. FARKAS PHONE 5-64JI Managed by EHRENREICH'S I^VSt' GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL DINING ROOM 516 WASHINGTON AVE.-MIAMI BEACH Daily and Sunday Hours—Luncheon 12 to 1 Dinner 5 to 8 Enjoy Delicious Foods Strictly Kosher Reservations Must Be Made for Friday's and Saturday's Dinners Hotel Rooms Available A Treat to the Public MR. BERNARD RAKOFF KAUFMAN'S HOTEL. ATLANTIC CITY MR. A. HYMAN OF THE LORRAINE HOTEL. ATLANTIC CITY have leased the London Arms Hotel 727 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach and will operate under their same p>meiples and and management with strictly KOSHER DINING ROOM with the very best prepared food MEALS SERVED TO THE PUBLIC AT ALL TIMES Make Reservations Now For Your Party Catering to Wedding. Banquet and Bar Milzvah Parliei PHONE 5-1264 PYTHIAN SISTERS NOMINATE Miami Beach Pythian Sisters, Temple No. 43, will hold a meeting on Tuesday, November 27th. at 8:30 p.m. at 617 Collins Ave., when nominations for officers will be made. A special birthday celebration in honor of the second anniversary of the Temple will follow the meeting. 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HDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945 r outh Commission >lans Rally The Greater Miami Zionist biuth Commission will begin this Lgson's activities with a Youth f,|lv for young men and women tftwcen the ages of 18 and 25, |n Sunday, December 2nd. The Zionist Youth Commission composfid of representatives of L local Zionist Districts and h C ir sister organization, HadasIts function is to bring the Message of Zionism to the youth F our area and to organize youth Iroups for different ages. T Already established by the Leal Commission are a number If Young Judea chapters in Midii and Miami Beach, for boys Ud girls between the ages of |0 and 11The Junior Hadassah, organized %  asi year, now has a membership tf i5 young women between he ages 0* 18 and 25. The .scheduled Youth Rally is Manned to help the establishment of Masada groups for young hen in Miami and Miami Beach, nd to help in the membership | I1V( of the Junior Hadassah. Officers of the Commission are: Ir S. A. Goodman, chairman', fli! Frank Rose and Mrs. E. fcsowoder, vice-chairmen; Mr. Elton Mannheimer, secretary; Jr. Phillip Salmon, treasurer. The following committee apLintnients were made by Mr. Goodman: Young Judea Cornhitter: Mr. and Mrs. E. Lesowfier, Mrs. S. A. Goodman, Mr. J. fcah-. Junior Hadassah Commitfce: Mrs. George Cohen, Mrs. A. fan Staaton, Miss Natalie Fran[el. Masada Committee: Dr. S. 6. Schneider, Mr. Milton Mannieimer. Mr. Frank Rose. Pubicitv Committee: Mrs. Moses %  escheloff, Miss Charlotte Ab•anis Leadership Training ComVittei •: Mr. Frank Rose, Rabbi Hoses Mescheloff, Rabbi Leon Eronish, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, dr. A. Cannes, Mr. J. Marash, dr. M. Grossman. All committees will coordinate heir efforts on behalf of the youth Rally on December 2nd. fader the chairmanship of Dr. S. G. 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It is qualified as an insurance company to do business in the states of Florida and Georgia, and has a number of agencies in both of those states. The company commenced business with a paid-in capital of $100,000 and surplus of $10,000. Its latest statement shows a paid-in capital of $275,000 and a surplus of approximately SI 00,000. Other officers of the company are Joseph Weintraub, president; David L. Breinin, vice president •snd treasurer; DeBlois Milledge, vice-president, and Ronald G. Eaton, vice president and secretary. KADIMAH WOMEN SPONSOR GAME EVENT The Pioneer Women's organization, Kndimah Chapter, is having a Mah Jong and card party at the George Washington hotel, 516 Washington ave., Miami Beach, on Thursday, Nov. 29, at 8 p. m. Refreshments will be served and door prizes will be awarded. The public is invited to attend and tickets may be purchased at the door. The evening is being made possible through the courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Ehrenreich, of the George Washington hotel. SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 MON AH AN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 SW. 8th Street Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 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. AMERICA FARR TOURS 1247 Washington Ave. Phone 58-1694 "Farr Tours Are Far Belter" In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship B* T K I P L 5 ,SRAEL N. E. 19th !>t., Saul Appelbaum, rabbi; Reform— grouty evening services at 8:16 p.m. i.ai.hi Appelbaum will speak on "Who Werei I hankful." Reception given by ins Sisterhood In Kaplan Hall will roiiow the service!, lira. Marvin uchter win be in charge, assisted by Mesdames Nathaniel M. Levin. N\ D. Kail and Harry Itoycll. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONCREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.Mulay evening services, t>:48 o'clock. Saturday morning services at u a.m. Dallj services at 9 a.m. and 5:80 p.m. junior Congregation services Saturday al %  • a.m. at Shaarci Zcdck ralmud Torah, 1546 s. w. Third si. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, 301.311 Washington Avenue. Miami Bench; Moses Mescheloff, rabbi; Orthodox Friday evening service at 5:13 p.m. Adult Saturday morning %  J Ice, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Meachi loft "ill preach on "Israel's Messengers." Cnntor Louis l>. Feeler will chant the services. Junior congregation services for boys and girls "f elementary age, in a.m. Intermediate services for adolescents, io a.m. The Bible study group will meet with s. j, Frcedman al I p.m. Shalos Budos, 5:15 p.m. The rabbi win speak on the I''iHinn ,,i the Week Sunday morning, junior classes, li) a.m. to %  Bar Hltsva study 'lass Tuesday and Thursday, 7 p.m. Gilbert Berg, sen of Mr, and .Mrs. Leon Berg, will be Bar Mltivah Saturday morning. place and a chanukah program will be presented by the Young Judea Group. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman, rabbi; Conservative — Friday evening service, 3:15 p.m. Ijite services. 8:15 p.m. Kahlii I.chrman will preach on the subject "It Is Good to Give Thanks." Cantor Kmanuel Barkan will chant the service, assisted by the Center Choir, under the direction of Mr. Joseph Sehrelbman. Saturday morning services. 'J a.m. Rabbi Dehrman will preach on "The Weekly Portion of the I-aw." Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wnsserman, will be Bar Mltivah. Junior Congregation services Saturday, 10 a.m. Saturday evening. Mlncha at 5 p.m. followed by Shalos Budos and Maarlv AZA-BBG Bar Mltava breakfast Sunday at II a.m. Hebrew school and Sunday school now In session. Youth Council activities every Monday, Tuesday, Thurad&y and Saturday evenings, Arts and Crafts on Wednesday evenings. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, 135 N. W. Third Ave.; Max Shapiro, rabbi—I.il.Friday evening services will be held at N:15 o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro will conduct Hi., services and Cantor Abraham Friedman, assisted by the Beth David Choir, will officiate, in observance of Thanksgiving Day, Hal.In Shapiro's topic I.I discussion will be "Why Are We Thankful?" A social hour will follow the services, The floral offering was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Phillips. Services Saturday morning al B:30 to be followed by Students' services at 10:S0. Parents and friends cordially Invited to attend. 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Chase Ave. at 4l8t St., Miami Beach; Leon Kronish. rabbi; Samuel Kelemer, cantor; Liberal—Sabbath of Thanksgiving will he commemorated at services tonight at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "The Irony of Thanksgiving." Saturday morning services 10:48 a.m. Cantor Kelemer will chant at all services. A 16mlnute organ prelude win precede each service. Religious school, SunSTUDENT BODY ELECTS The student body of the Congregation Beth David held an election of officers last Sunday, with the following elected: President. Kenneth Myers; Vice President, Estell Greenberg; Secretary, Evelyn Schwartz, and Treasurer, Charles Rosenblitt. HOLLYWOOD OPENS SCHOOL Hollywood Jewish Community Center announces the opening of its school of religious education. Sunday School and Hebrew classes are under the leadership of Mr. S. Ashkenazy. 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PAGE TWELVE *Jewish noridi&ri raiDA^NovEMBEB "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 99 POLITICAL TRENDS: Behind the creation of the Anglo-American inquiry commission on Palestine is not so much Britain's eagerness to solve the Palestine Russian ambitions in the Middle East The creation of the Anglo-American commission is only the first step in this direction ... It is the most innocent way of bringing the United States into a British-American alliance covering a tarritory where England's position is vulnerable and where British and Soviet interests are liable to clash Meanwhile, it is becoming clearer to many interested quarters in Washington that with the creation of the Anglo-American inquiry commission, America lost the first round to England on the Palestine issue ... It is obvious that Truman's statement that he still adheres to his original demand for the immediate admission of 100,000 Jews to Palestine, is but a means of saving face .It is quite clear that a very small fraction of 100,000 Jews will be admitted before the inquiry commission completes its study and makes its recommendations Whether America will win in later rounds remains to be seen The lesson now learned is that our State Department is ] not the equal of the British Foreign Office when it comes to j political bargaining Other| wise, how can one explain the fact that the State Department permitted a situation to develop where a request of the President of the United States was brushed aside by Britain with such ease The next British maneuver is expected to be a suggestion that at least twenty thousand displaced Jews be admitted to | the United States each year under the existing quota regulations to ""match"' the number of Jews who will be admitted to Palestine at the rate of 1,500 a month • • THE JEWISH FRONT. It has been little noticed that British Foreign Secretary Bevin made no mention of the Jewish Agency in his statement on Palestine ... At the same time, he went out of his way to praise the "cooperation' of the Arabs and to 'emphasize that not all Jews are Zionists One case, therefore, be certain that the AngloI American inquiry commission I will, as far as Britain is conj cerned, deal with non-Zionists as well as Zionists ... It seems to me that Zionist leadership can negate Bevin's distinction between Zionists and Jews by bringing the non-Zionists of the Jewish Agency into the picture, instead of ignoring them • • People have almost forgotten that the Jewish Agency is composed of Zionist and non-Zionist members Whatever the reason for ignoring the non-Zionists might have been in the past, it is obvious that nothing can be gained in the future by leaving the non-Zionist out of Jewish Agency consultations ... It certainly would be better to have them inside the Jewish Agency than outside And all indications point to the fact that those who talk about the American Jewish Committee and the Arrferican Council for Judaism in the same breath, are not helping the Palestine cause ... Of course, it is possible that by the Agency may have resigned in time this is in print, the Jewish protest against Bevin's statement But even then, Zionists and non-Zionists, especially in the United States, must find a common language This is highly important, not only for the sake of Jewish interests in Palestine, but also because Bevin's statement, in certain passages, had an anti-Zionistic flavor • • • REPORT ON PALESTINE: And speaking of Palestine, I wish to recommend "Jews in Palestine," by Abraham ReVUSky, just published by Bloeh In this volume one can find an answer to any question concerning Palestine The political, economic, educational and labor problems in Palestine are all ably dealt with by the author who is an outstanding expert on Eretz Israel The book tells the story of Jewish Palestine before the Balfour Declaration, between the two world wars, and during the second world war UD to the present time ... 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He answers the question as to how Palestine e;in absorb five million Jews, and dwells at great length on the country's absorptive capacity There is no question that at the present time, when interest in the Palestine issue is mounting. Revusky's book is most timely Members of the Anglo-American inquiry commission on Palestine could certainly learn much from this vol ume. and so will an student of the Palestine problem The Bloeh Publishing Co. should also be congratulated for publication this month of two fascinating books for Jewish children One is Sara G. Levy's "Mother Goose Rhymes for Jewish Children," and the other is Sadie Rose Weilerstein's "What Danny Did" Both are very chamingly illustrated They are devoted primarily to acquainting the child with Jewish customs, ceremonies and holidays. • e e OSWEGO NOTES: The fate of the Oswego refugees is now in the hands of Secretary of State James F. Byrnes And all indications point to the possibility that the refugees may finally be released from the Fort Ontario camp "on leave," under certain conditions While still under obligation to return to their native-lands, the refugees will be handled individually and not as a group Those of them who can prove that they will not become a public burden may eventually be considered in the category of "temporary visitors" who can leave the country for Canada and re-apply from there for regular immigration visas At least that is what interested J' wish and non-Jewish groups in N< v. York are seeking to achieve ... A delegation composed of Protestant. Catholic and J' wish representatives will soon this problem with Secv Byrnes ... 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PAGE FOURTEEN >Jewish fhridllan J^EAIL^OVEMBQ, 4 IN THE MAIL BOX USE IMAGINATION 1114 Alton Road. Nov. 19. 1945, Miami Beach, Fla. The Editor. The Jewish Floridian, Miami, Florida. Dear Sir: In the uneasy year of 1929, when Hitler and the National Socialists were making ominous strides, an advertisement signed by hundreds of prominent Jews appeared in the Berlin VOSSICHE ZEITUNG, which stated: "We profess the Jewish religion, but reject any sort of Jewish nationalism. We regard ourselves ... as members of the German, not of the Jewish people. In the establishment of the National Jewish homeland we see an error which is bound to jeopardize the work of emancipation of the champions of German Judaism, and the ethicalreligious task of Judaism for humanity." On Nov. 16. in the scarcely happier year of 1945. Reba Engler Epstein wrote in "The Jewish Floridian." "We (The American Council for Judaism) believe that the mission of Israel can only be performed by Jews remaining members of the Jewish religion and not citizens of a few square miles in Asia Miner." Many of the signers of the first quoted document must be smiling ironically at Mrs. Epstein's words in the Paradise reserved for the martyrs of our faith. From behind the barbwire of the concentration camps which still enclose them, many others, it is feared, are less philosophical. And. in Palestine, perhaps we can hope for their own sake and the sake of their children, still some others offei living refutation of their and Mrs. Epstein's declarations. Although Hegel saw history as an evolution of ideas, the average student of it is apt to be depressed and horrified l>\ its monotony, the senseless repetition of its mistakes, the cruel and tragic inability of mankind to learn from past errors both of thought and action and to profit thereby. This maddening refusal of the members of Mrs. Epstein's group to apply the bitter lesson we have seen unfolded before our eyes drives one into an exasperation similar to that felt by the youthful Eduard Gans, the German-Jewish philosopher of the 1820s who cried out: "The only link which unites the Jews is fear; the only interest for which they are willing to part with some of their worldly goods is charity." And Charity, of course, is not enough. And if VOU would ask. "What is enough?". I should answer. "Imagination'' For only imagination can make an American Jew realize and understand the state of mind of his brothers in Europe. Imagination quails before the vision >>f Europi an Jewry sentenced to remain in lands which are the charnel houses not only of his km-tolk. but of his man-hood and ol Ins self-respect—the giave-yard of his personal, human dignity. The scene of his degradation mocks his pitiful efforts to crawl up. out of the filth and mire and muck into which his lace was ground and trampled. Only in Palestine can he hope to riseup. off his knees, to stand, trembling and shaking perhaps, but erect, with eyes that need not flinch from the reminders of the is past, with head unbowed, a free man in his own free land. One is aghast at the temerity of comfortable American Jews who DARE to assign to these martyrs the role of prophets ot the gospel of "The Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of Man ... to the Western World." tl quote Mrs. Epstein.) I: :• ighl he recommended that the American Council membership take over such a missionary task. ..nd let the tortured 90'; of European Jews whose most fervent prayer is to be permitted to go to Palestine (according to Earl Harrison in his : to President Truman* shake fnmi their feet the soli in which mingles the silent, yet eloquent, dust of their loved ones. How curious it is that this mystical attitude of resignation, this philosophy of pacifism and non-resistance should evidence itself in these "typical Americans (of the Jewish persuasion. U) be sure). With what disapprove! do they frown upon DiV Wise's statement that "if necessary the Zionist Organization Should resort to arms and violence to obtain the acquisition of the Palestinian National State." (Quote from Mrs. Epstein once more, and, incidentally, a mis-quotation of what Dr. Wise said.) Does the Council frown with equal disapproval upon all the brave men who fought and died to found a country or to keep it free? The Marquis of France, to bring it up t„ recent date? The Partisans of Greece and Jugoslavia? The guerrillas of Poland and Russia? Every due Zionist fervently hopes that Palestine may be secured to our people without violence, but, Alas, there are few people who have ever gained a land without its soil having been stained, to its glory and theirs, with the blood of its brave men and women. We American Zionists (and we are good Americans. Rabbi Berger) have no wish to incite Palestinian Jewry to warfare. It's easy to cheer on the heroes from the safety of the side lines. But if they MUST fight—and they will fight only if they MUST—our prayers and faith and resources will be with them. We shall do no less than the American Irish, the American Czech, the American Pole whose blessed freedom in Americ fired his zeal that his people across the sea might share that blessing. The Jews of Europe who WANT to go to Palestine, who WANT a nation to be established YOU MAY REGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH INTERNAL BATHS This advanced method of Internal Baths quickly eliminates Toxic poison from the system thus relieving the distressing symptoms of Rheumatism, Arthritis, Neuritis and many other diseases. Appointment only Hydro Therapy Clinic FOOTBALL TONIGHT U of MIAMI MICHIGAN STATE In an Intersectional Game 8:15 P. M. — Orange Bowl Seats: $1.20 to $3.60 At the Stadium For Future Games, Buy Tickets in Advance at Burdines, Miami or the Beach, Farr's Tours, Miami Beach, or The U. of Miami NEXT WEEK'S GAME AUBURN An Ethical Institution 39 S. E. 6th Street Phone 2-8396 for REST CONVALESCEMCf mi CHRONIC CASES RayPark Health Resort THE I0NDS TOD IDT REGULARLY WILL ASSURE UN Or A COLLEGE EDUCATION LATER. You can insure his college education with the Victory Bonds you buy today! For every $300 you invest in Victory Bonds now, your children will have $4.00 to apply on their educations in ten years and you 11 also be helping bring the boys back from overseas! Victory Bonds still do double duty! FI.ORIDl row A HUH I COMMWY wm& r710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMH \-T£L 3-343f_J YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL RONES Inlumalion Gladly FwruAtd on juil SERVINC MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish KEEP BUYING BONDS 24 HOUR AMBtU* *ClSt* ffit JOS. L. PLUMMER FUNERAL DIRECTOR there. WILL o there. WILL have their State. Pessimism, cynicism, skepticism, defeatism, the negative attributes, are, in the long view of history, helpless before the positive virtues of hope, faith, heroism, and patriotism. When their dream becomes a reality, their credo may well be expressed in the words of Theodor Herzel, in his final lines of "The Jewish State"; "I believe that a wondrous generation of Jews will bring into existence. The Maccabeans will rise again The Jews who WISH (capitals mine) will have their State. We shall live at last as free men on our own soil, and die peacefully in our own homes. The world will be fried by our liberty, enriched by our wealth, magnified by our greatness. And whatever we attempt there to accomplish for our own welfare will react powerfully and beneficially for the good of humanity." DOROTHY KRIEGER FINK. BUY VICTORY BONDS NOW .MANHATTAN BREWING COMPW Chlciios Ij-geilBrtw^y DIMrlsuta. by Mnhllnn Dl.trlhut.,,,, lot W3 N. Miami Ait., MUm, ^ ANEW SERVICE URGENTLY NEEDEDSpecialists, Expertly Trained in Commercial and Domestic Window Cleaning. World War II Veterans. Insured and Bonded. Property Owners Protected 100 o BEACH WINDOW CLEANING & MAINTENANCE SERVICE. INC. Room 22—600 LINCOLN RD.. Miami Beach—Phone 5-4363 Geo. P. Werbel. Milt SId. Irve Forbstein, Owners IIEUI BiscnvnE HHEIM •S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE. BOXING II WRESTLING THURSDAY TUESDAY FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND 3-1236 AN ^ Announcement • We have retained the services of a highly experienced, 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 considerable time. ECONOMY EXTERMINATING COMPANY General Manager and Bookkeeper CALL 5-2050 5-1568 5-7171 41st and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach TRULY NOLEN, Pres.Rei. Phone 6-3862 /



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UDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1945 ^Jewntncridiian PAGE FIFTEEN G.I/S ADOPT CHILD FROM J.D.C. ORPHANAGE % LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that tin' undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fi< titlous name ..f S'I'UANII liK.M-TV SIKH' at 3025 X. \V. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend! to register said name with the Clerk of the Olrouft Court of Dade County, Florida. HILDA KRONER Applicant MYERS AND HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 11 B-16-23-30 12/7 Here Is Yvonne, the "daughter of the regiment"—by adoption at least. The little Jewish orphan was seen at one of the Joint Distribution Committee's homes in Belgium and "adopted" by the 344th Bombardment Group stationed there. At left, Yvonne salutes her regiment, and, at right, she enjoys lunch with two of her daddies. XOTIi'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encase in business under the fictitious name of HOXEST MIKES BAR AND BILLIARDS at 27(1 \V. Flagler St. Intends to register said name with Hi.> Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FLAGLER r.II.UARDS. IXC. DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants II '!•-1(1-23-?." 12/7 LEGAL NOTICES koND BUYERS TO feETAIN INVESTMENT ii Tid R. Gamble, National DiKtor of the War Finance Divi_, ,„. addressed a regional conKn lire at Miami Beach prior to K. inning of the 8th war Kuan. [ Answering a number of ques%  sftions propounded to him, Mr. (Jamble laid particular stress on Enquiries concerning the reIdemption of war bonds by purIchascis. "Our survey shows," as stated, "thai ihree-fourths of the bond %  owners in the United States %  States have no idea of redeemIjng their bonds, expecting to Ikrep them until their maturity. "One-fourth of the bond ownlers bought bonds as a savings Ifor some definite item they [hoped to purchase after the War %  when production of these items I would permit their purchase, buch as automobiles, homes, reIfrigerators, etc. We are now I seeing some of these one-fourth [redeeming their bonds but we %  expected that they would. That is why we arranged the easy niethud of cashing bonds. This lis not unpatriotic on the part of I the bond owners because they did permit their Government to use their money until they perRADIO PROGRAM TO MARK ANNIVERSARY CINCINNATI.—The 70th anniversary of Hebrew Union College, the oldest Jewish theological seminary in the United States, will be observed on a special NBC-WIOD program Saturday, Nov. 24th (7:30-8:00 p.m., EST). The broadcast will feature music from the Birnbaum Collection of the college, played by a 17-piece orchestra under direction of Dr. Erick Werner, musical director of the college. Dr. Maurice Eisendrath, executive director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will be narrator. Soloists will be Cantors Abraham Shapiro, Temple B'nai Abraham, Newark; Frederick Lechner, West End Reform Synagogue, New York, and Emil Rosen of Cincinnati. This commemorative program cancels the previously scheduled broadcast of "Noah Webster Says," which originates in Hollywood. SAFETY COUNCIL IN MEMBERSHIP DRIVE XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PRED'S at 1116 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register Bald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. I>.\Vin PREP RRBA PRED ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney lulu Ulscayne Bldg. 1! 9-16-23-30 12/7 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT No. 15653 Re-Estate of SA.MUK1, DOLCORT, I )ereased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that we have filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executives of the estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT, deceased; and that on the 3rd day of December, 1945, we will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANToX, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Exccutrices of the estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT, deceased This tilth day of October, 1945. ANNA K. DOLCORT, ESTELLF. pol.CoKT SACHS, BEATRICE DOLCORT PEARLMAN. GEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorney for Executrtees of the Estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT, I deceased. 11/2-9-16-23-30 sonally needed it, rather than letting it lay in a savings fund. "Redemptions will become negligible after the one-fourth have redeemed their bonds. "85,000.000 Americans own war bonds and expect to hold them until maturity." Palm Beach MBS. MABY SCHHERNICK. Rept^mlattT 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. • %  Ckt SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serrlng Palm B.ach County. **g& 9j* Nationally Famoui SonthetnDaiiim Pro ducts and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE Dade County Safety Council will open its membership drive Sunday and organize the county's various industrial, business and mercantile groups to combat the swiftly rising accident toll, which has given Dade County the worst safety record of any community of its size in the nation. The drastic need for safety will be called to public attention through safety messages carried by more than 400 busses and by displays prepared for 500 store windows. John D. Kille, membership chairman, will head the drive, and will be assisted by R. C. Freeman, Roy Turner, Sumner Waldron, and others. The drive will start today and continue for the next month. From abroad. Senator Claude R. Pepper cabled his congratulations on the drive, saying: "Dade has the worst safety record of any community of similar size in the United States. The formation of the Dade County Safety Council, to remove this black stain from the county's record, is a splendid and public spirited effort which deserves the support of every citizen. Join the Council, practice what it preaches and help it make its slogan come true: 'Dade County—the world's safest playground'." "We've already had a strong response, but we need complete enrollment and cooperation if Dade's No. 1 accident problem is to be licked," Kille said. He urged merchants, businessmen and industrialists to communicate with the Council's headquarters at 275 N. W. 2nd St. for further information on how their organizations can cooperate in reducing the county's accident toll. The goal for the drive is $17,500. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at HI w.st Flagler Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALICE CL'TLIP HARRY DIETZ, Attorney 1105 Congress l-.uildlng 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of A5TTEC CONSTRUCTION AND REALTY CO., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRANK A. WISH CHARLES F. CONE NATALIE. M. WEINSTEIN Attorney for Applicants 421) Lincoln Road 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVICS' that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name .if CORAL CABLES INN, at 303 Minoria Avenue, Coral Oablea, 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 DURANTS SUNDRIES, at 1203 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, Florida. __ JOSEPH SIPGF.L. Sole Owner, r,FORCE CHERTKOF. Attorney. 11 2-9-16-23-80 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name nf JOHNSTETT Fl'RS at 107 N. E. First Avenue intends to register said name with the Clerk nf the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN STETTNER. 11/2-9-1G-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged In business under the fictitious name of CHARLES ROBERTS & CO. (not Inc.), at 42" Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, and intend to register the said fictitious name In the office of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY BLUMIN. CHARLES S. ROBERTS, B. FI.EEMAN, Owners GEORGE CHERTKOF. Attorney for Applicants. 11/16-23-30 12/5-12 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, 050 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida. 10/26 11/2-9-10-23 BEACH CENTER HAS PARTY Party The Annual Chanuka for children of the school of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, will be held on Sunday, Nov. 25. at 1U a. m. The party will feature a marionette show and luncheon will be served by the sisterhood. The Senior Youth Council will give a dance and Chanuka Party on Saturday evening, Nov. 24 at 8:30 p. m. 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 ,,f the Circuit Court of Dade County. Fl ri a HURRAY KABTOFF WALTER A. TREPTE 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 ^^^^^^^^^^^ ww*^^^^ C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 OTTTrnrR e "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS West Palm Beach, Fla. Phone 5191 FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructors Agency for Drivers Licenses And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 5-5082 IX THE COFXTY JUDGE'S COURT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI.ORIPA. IX rRORATF.. Xo. 1685S In Re: ESTATE OP __ WILLIE E. PAYNE Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You. and eaeh of you, are hereny notlfled and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have against the religious [estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, deceased late of Dade County. Florida. ,,, the Hon. W. F. Blanton, county Indue of Dade County, and file the name in his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida within eight calendar months from the date of tho first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to lie sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same win be barred. See Section 120 of the 1932 Probate Art. Date November S. A. P. 19 In. ARTHUR L. PAYNE As Administrator of the Estate of WILLIE K. PAYNE, Deceased. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Administrator. 11/9-16-23-30 'LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, mfundersigned, desiring, to engage BAGGAGE al 887 Mrd street. Beach F'a-. intends to 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 name AXP Miami register said of the Circuit „Y Pane County. Florid. ..^ Applicant. MYERS AXP HEIMAN, ittorneys for Applicant. 11/10-23-30 12/7-H NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fletitlousiname Of MAJESTIC PLASTIC COMPANY (Nol Inc.) at Postal Building. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of pade County, nodda^ R Sole Owner. MII.TOX A. FRIEDMAN attorney for Applicant 102S Seybold Building 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 ___ NOTICF. IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of .1 \CKSON REFRIGERATION SERVICE at 310 X. W. 12th Avenue Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade County Plorida hTiTi3jcnERO (Sole Owner) MARX FEIXRERG, Attorney 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 ^^ „04" ToGUST BROS RY, Is the REST XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious 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. CORDON ELLA BRINKMAX Co-Partners ISAAC JOFFE, Attornev 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 register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY STEINHOUSER. HARRY PIETZ. Attorney, 1105 Congress Bldg. 11/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltleus name of RAUZIN INSURANCE AGENCY at 128 N. E First Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. _.___, ALBERT RAUZIN, 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 FLAMINGO COFFEE CO., at 142 X B. 12th St.. Miami. Fla., intends to' register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade County, Florida. CEIIA SEQAL HARRY PIETZ Attornev for Applicant 11/23-30 12/7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Is engaged in business under the fictitious name of ALL STATE PLUMBING SUPPLY. at 211 N. W. 5th Street. Miami. Dade County, Florida, and Intends to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL MITCHELL Sole Owner GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicant 11/23-30 12/7-14-21 XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name „f POTTLE CAP INN. at 1290 N. W 119th Street. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade County, Florida. RUTH WASSERSTEIN JOE MIRABEL nilLLIP MIRABEL SILVER-KAPLAN-PIETZ Attorneys for Applicants 11/23-30 12/7-14-21 XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROYAL l'ALM HOTEL, at 1545 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSErH M. ROSE SYLVIA S. ROSE MYERS & HEIMAN • Attorneys for Applicants 11/23-30 12/7-14-21 .'. ft i I 1 i I 1 iBBi BHHsilin mi



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PAGE SIXTEEN *Jeteiifk>ridr£ai7 i nUDAY. NOVBMtt* AN APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE OF AMERICA SOUND SOLUTION TO JEWISH HOMELESSNESS 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—And 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 dales from Biblical times. • In our own day, in 1917, Great Britain, recognising this historic connection, issued the Balfour Declaration pledging the development of Palesline 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 olose 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 Stales lo 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 While Paper nullifying the terms of Ihe Mandate, and closing the doors of Palestine lo further Jewish immigration and land purchase. As a direcl result of this action, hundreds of thousands were barred from their own homeland, and left lo ruthless slaughter by the Nasis. Protests to Groat 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 ihe 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 WJ would immediately reverse its White PP policy of 1939. THIS HAS NOT BEEN DONEI • Six million Jews have perished-viclinu of the Nazis. A million and a half still remain in EuWpvJJj fact, 100.000 still in concentration camps). vast majority among them look to Palestine the answer to their homelessness. • WE APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE OF AMERICA TO ASSERT ITSELF. We ask thai these victims of Nasi PPI" 5 j. on B Y given—not pity, not words, but IPm ACTION, AND THE TIME FOR ACTION NOW. • Every dictate of law, humanity and J" 110 ^ honor—every principle for which tMi *? M fought—demands thai the gates of Pale in( | opened lo unrestricted Jewish > mml 9 ra, !H,m 0 lo the establishment there of a free and <" cratic Jewish Commonwealth. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER OF HADASSAH MIAMI ZIONIST DISTRICT AMERICAN CHRISTIAN PALESTINE COMMITTEE POALEI—ZION JEWISH NATIONAL WORKERS ALLIANCE MERACHI ORGANIZATION —•


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/V^^-THE JEWISH UNITTT
cum
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
)LUME 18NUMBER 47
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945
LVER ELECTED
T ZOA
\TLANTIC CITY (JTA).Ac-
sinK the British Government of
Iraving the Jewish people and
using the American Govern-
Lnt as a protective device to
K. its betrayal, Dr. Abba Hillel
iv, following his election to
. presidency of the Zionist Or-
nization of America, sounded
e keynote of what is generally
larded here as the beginning
[a more militant Zionist policy.
Jr. Silver's election by accla-
tini set a precedent for recent
its and was construed here as
licating agreement by all
bup- that, in the light of the
Jesrnt Palestine crisis, a more
Eressive policy is necessary.
7-The British Government,' said
. Silver, "maneuvered our Gov-
liment into joining in an action
huh will involve it in moral
foonsibility without granting
(responding autonomy. Amer-
will now be used to cover
eat Britain's broken pledges
i to act as a smokescreen for
i betrayal of our people."
Commending President Tru-
bn for his request for the ad-
Issioii of 100,000 Jewish refu-
tes i i Palestine, Dr. Silver said
at "we had over-estimated the
item,.nation of the President,
was persuaded to accept the
substitute of an investi-
Itmg committee that very
fasparent device for delay and
Kumventionagainst his own
Rter judgment. Have we no
ay of insisting any longer on
bat is right? At this very mo-
ent Croat Britain is requesting
eat help and vital concessions
jpm our country."
[Urging non-cooperation with
le joint committee of inquiry,
f. Silver said its primary pur-
ise is not to help the distressed
Iws of Europe, but the liquida-
pn of the Jewish national home-
Jid. He warned that "we can-
fl be bound by the findings of
iy sueli commission. The ex-
utivo eommittee of the World
joii^t Organization will have to
Itermine whether in view of
palpable insincerity of the
re project, it can in any way
-operate with it."
Following Dr. Silver's talk, the
flt'Kau.s adopted a series of res-
(itions which charged the Brit-
Government with "directing
! discontent" of the Arabs into
nti Zionist and anti Jewish
lanm-ls to serve the ends of
ritish imperialism." The reso-
Itions accused the British La-
ir Government of "flagrant vio-
tion" of party pledges and of
wilful and palpable fraud in
iopusinfi yet another study and
it another commission."
The United States Government,
Te resolutions continued, is
pdin;; itself to this chicanery."
he British were charged with
(CONTfNUED ON PAGE 6)
DERATION OFFICERS
JIVIDE ON BUDGETING
Directors of the Greater Mi-
Tii Federation at a meeting at
fcmple Israel last Thursday eve-
pg, decided after a lengthy
kcussion to approve the issu-
hce of a year book next year
PtinR contributors, and wit-
psed a tie vote on the ques-
gn of approving national budg-
ng by the Council of Jewish
derations and Welfare Funds.
Max Orovitz presided at the
Jjeting.
I Approval of the year book was
lade with the type of book to
9 approved by the executive
Jrnmitteo.
[Mrs. Ben Meyers spoke in
Ivor of national budegting with
V I. Shapoff speaking against
V proposal. Delegates of the
fal Federation will divide their
PtinR power and report to the
Puneil Assembly to be held in
pbruary of Miami's position on
" question.
PRICE TEN CENTS
BEVIN STATEMENT
WEIZMAN ATTACKS
ATLANTIC CITY (WINS)
Dr. Chaim Weizman, president of
the World Zionist Organization,
in an address at the closing ses-
sion of the forty-eighth annual
convention of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, broke his
silence for the first time since
his arrival to the United States
and delivered a scathing attack
on the new Palestine policy
enunciated last week by British
Foreign Minister Bevin.
Though speaking with a great
deal of restraint, the world Zion-
ist leader made it unmistakably
clear that the new British Pales-
tine program will be fought with
vim and vigor by Jews every-
where, particularly by the Jew-
ish community in Palestine.
HILLEL DRIVE
A meeting is being held today
at three o'clock in the Federa-
tion office to start the campaign
for the Capital Funds Drive of
the Hillel Advisory Council. At
the meeting, Co-Chairmen of
the Drive, Monte Selig, Carl
Weinkle and Samuel Blank, will
be present together with Harold
Turk and Louis Heiman, mem-
bers of the Council, and Rabbi
Albert Michels of the University
of Miami Hillel Foundation- A
definite date for an elaborate
function to take place during
the drive, will be set and a
prominent speaker chosen to
appear at the affair.
The Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami is now
serving the needs of more than
500 Jewish students from differ-
ent sections of the country in-
cluding those from this area.
At the last meeting of the
Council it was decided to form
a non-profit corporation to be
known as Hillel Advisory Coun-
cil, Inc. The charter is in the
process of being obtained.
Furnishing of the present
Hillel House and necessary fa-
cilities are being installed in
contemplation of the goal ot
the goal of $35,000 being
reached.
Beth Sholom Dedication
Ceremonies Set for Wednesday
A Jewish Book Review Contest
will be conducted by the Jewish
Book Council of Greater Miami
in observance of Jewish Book
Month. Open to the public,
youth and adult, the contest
starts November 26th and lasts
through December 15th.
The review must be of a book
of Jewish content, written by
Jew or non-Jew, and may be on
any Jewish subject. Contest
rules provide that the review not
be more than 750 words and writ-
ten legibly on 8x10 paper. Top
sheet should include title and
author of book, and name, age,
address and telephone number of
reviewer. All book reviews will
become the property of the Jew-
ish Book Council of Greater Mi-
ami. The contest is limited to
residents of the Greater Miami
area. Professional book review-
ers are not eligible in this con-
test. The prize-winning book re-
views may be used for publica-
tion by the Jewish Book Council
of Greater Miami.
Two tickets for the Orange
Bowl game will be first prize and
other prizes include a year's sub-
scription to "Commentary" and
a book, "Letters From The
Desert."
Books may be obtained from
the General Public Library, Li-
brary of Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, 318 Congress Bldg., Library
of YM & YWHA of Miami. 1567
S. W. Fifth St., and Library of
YM & YWHA of Miami Beach,
1 Lincoln Rd. All reviews must
be sent to the Jewish Book Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, care of Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, 318
Congress Bldg., Miami 22.
Judges for the contest are Mrs.
I. N. Weinstein, Mrs. Max Sha-
piro Fred Shochet, Max Meisel
and'Prof. Edward Clarke, chair-
man. ___
Temple Beth Sholom
$250,000 Campaign
Gets Under Way
Temple Beth Sholom announces
a $250,000 drive for its institu-
tion. Mr. Harry Cornblum, chair-
man of the Building Fund Com-
mittee, stated the campaign will
start November 26 and end on
December 23.
Temple Beth Sholom. located
at Chase Ave. and 41st St.. will
formally dedicate its Temple and
Community House with impres-
sive ceremonies Wednesday eve-
ning, November 28, at 8 p.m.
Dr. Abraham J. Feldman. Vice-
President of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis, and
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Israel, Hartford, Conn., for the
past 20 years, will make a special
trip here for the dedication. The
program, in addition to the guest
speaker, includes an address by
Dr. Leon Kronish, greetings from
Herbert Frink, Mayor of Miami
Beach; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
President of the Florida Rabbin-
Miami y Building Drive
Plans Series of Events
The Miami "Y" will this week
inaugurate a series of special
events as part of their $200,000
Building Fund Campaign. The
Capital Fund Drive is now in
progress and will continue
through the month of December.
George Chertkof is serving as
general chairman and has an-
nounced committees appointees
for the various divisions. Head-
ing the Initial Gifts is J- Ger-
ald Lewis. A cocktail party at
the home of William Singer. Y
board chairman, is scheduled for
Sunday evening, Mr. Lewis an-
nounced. A group of 50 commu-
nity leaders have been invited
They will hear plans for the
drive and details of the organiza-
tion's new structure.
Wednesday evening Leo Acker-
man and Milton A.. Friedman
chairmen of the Special Workers
Division, will be hosts to cam-
paign workers at Victors Drum.
Dr. Rues Williams is scheduled
to address the gathering. Dr.
Williams has played apromment
nart in Miami civic activity ana
Fs a member of the faculty of the
University of Miami. Mrs. Leon
board of the Miami Y. and his
wife were hosts at a meeting of
the Campaign Planning Commit-
tee last week.
The organization will begin
construction of the new building
as early next year as conditions
will permit. Plans call for an
elaborate series of buildings, in-
cluding swimming pool, gym and
other community facilities. The
athletic field will be located on
the ground opposite the present
site of the "Y.
A dinner party will be held the
latter part of December at which
time a national figure will be
present to address more than 400
invited guests, launching the Mi-
ami ",Y's" general campaign.
DIRECTORSMEETHERE
First conference of State of
Florida directors of the Sister
Kenny Infantile Paralysis Fund
Campaign was held in A. Frank
KaUentine's office, Saturday at
Miami Beach. The appointment
of the Florida State Committee
was announced today by Bing
Crosby, national chairman. Se-
lected were Mrs. Robert K. lay
lor treasurer and secretary; Katz-
entine, and Mrs. Sydney L. Wein-
traub John Montgomery also
one of the committee of three
was unable to be present. The
$150,000 state campaign started
Nov. 22 and ends Dec. 8.
HARRY A. CORNBLUM
Chairman, Building Committee
Cornblum announced the ap-
pointment of an Executive Com-
mittee consisting of Dr. Theodore
Berman, Leo Robinson, Simon
Wolff, Joseph Fenias, Morris
Berick, Harry Kohn, George Co-
hen and Louis Kerosky, to assist
him in the drive. Other appoint-
ments will be announced shortly.
A number of functions have been
planned to take place during the
next month at which time mem-
bers of the area will be apprised
of the needs of the Temple and
its future activities.
CONGRESS URGED TO
INVESTIGATE K. K. K.
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep-
resentative Thmoas D'Alesandro,
Democrat of Maryland, has ad-
dressed a letter to the Commit-
tee on Un-American Activities,
calling for an investigation of
the Ku Klux Klan.
Declaring that the reported re-
vival of KKK activities "bodes
ill for Catholics. Jews and Ne-
gro groups, all of whom have
sacrificed so much that the na-
tion may endure," D'Alesandro
denounced the "recurrence of
the deadly virus of hat." He
said that "such destructive
forces must be scotched if pos-
sible at the source."
RABBI ABRAHAM J. FELDMAN
Speaker Temple Beth Sholom
Dedication
ical Association, and John Mont-
gomery, publisher of the Miami
Beach Sun Tropics.
Dr. Feldman is now chairman
of the Central Conference Com-
mittee on a ritual for children's
Holy Day services, a member of
its Committee on Liturgy, and
also of its committee preparing
a handbook of children's devo-
tions. He is a member of the
Joint Committee on Ceremonies
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis and the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. He is a member of the
Executive Board of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. He is the author of "A
Companion to the Bible," "The
American Jew, a Study of Back-
ground," "The Adventure of Ju-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
DR. PRINCE LECTURE
LOCATION CHANGED
Dr. Joachim Prince, former
Chief Rabbi of Palestine, and at
present* Rabbi of Congregation
B'nai Abraham of Newark, will
be the guest speaker in the cul-
tural program series sponsored
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Cultural Committee.
Dr. Peince has recently re-
turned from an extensive visit
to Palestine and will bring a
very vital message to the Miami
community.
The lecture will be held at the
Miami Woman's Club on
Wednesday, Dec. 5, instead of
Temple Israel as originally
planned.
LEON KRONISH
Rabbi, Temple Beth Sholom
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tel%lb-JEIliDipidliiaun /V^^-THE JEWISH UNITTT cum THE JEWISH WEEKLY )LUME 18—NUMBER 47 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945 LVER ELECTED T ZOA \TLANTIC CITY (JTA).—AcsinK the British Government of Iraving the Jewish people and using the American GovernLnt as a protective device to K. its betrayal, Dr. Abba Hillel i v following his election to presidency of the Zionist Ornization of America, sounded e keynote of what is generally larded here as the beginning [a more militant Zionist policy. Jr. Silver's election by acclatini set a precedent for recent ITS and was construed here as licating agreement by all bupthat, in the light of the Jesrnt Palestine crisis, a more Eressive policy is necessary. 7-The British Government,' said Silver, "maneuvered our Govliment into joining in an action huh will involve it in moral foonsibility without granting (responding autonomy. Amerwill now be used to cover eat Britain's broken pledges i to act as a smokescreen for i betrayal of our people." Commending President Trubn for his request for the adIssioii of 100,000 Jewish refutes i i Palestine, Dr. Silver said at "we had over-estimated the item,.nation of the President, was persuaded to accept the substitute of an investiItmg committee — that very fasparent device for delay and Kumvention—against his own Rter judgment. Have we no ay of insisting any longer on bat is right? At this very moent Croat Britain is requesting eat help and vital concessions jpm our country." [Urging non-cooperation with le joint committee of inquiry, f. Silver said its primary purise is not to help the distressed Iws of Europe, but the liquidapn of the Jewish national homeJid. He warned that "we canfl be bound by the findings of iy sueli commission. The exutivo eommittee of the World joii^t Organization will have to Itermine whether in view of palpable insincerity of the re project, it can in any way -operate with it." %  Following Dr. Silver's talk, the flt'Kau.s adopted a series of res(itions which charged the BritGovernment with "directing discontent" of the Arabs into nti Zionist and anti Jewish lanm-ls to serve the ends of ritish imperialism." The resoItions accused the British Lair Government of "flagrant viotion" of party pledges and of wilful and palpable fraud in iopusinfi yet another study and it another commission." %  The United States Government, Te resolutions continued, is pdin;; itself to this chicanery." he British were charged with (CONTfNUED ON PAGE 6) DERATION OFFICERS JIVIDE ON BUDGETING %  Directors of the Greater MiTii Federation at a meeting at fcmple Israel last Thursday evepg, decided after a lengthy kcussion to approve the issuhce of a year book next year PtinR contributors, and witpsed a tie vote on the quesgn of approving national budgng by the Council of Jewish derations and Welfare Funds. Max Orovitz presided at the Jjeting. I Approval of the year book was lade with the type of book to 9 approved by the executive Jrnmitteo. [Mrs. Ben Meyers spoke in Ivor of national budegting with V I. Shapoff speaking against V proposal. Delegates of the fal Federation will divide their PtinR power and report to the Puneil Assembly to be held in pbruary of Miami's position on question. PRICE TEN CENTS BEVIN STATEMENT WEIZMAN ATTACKS ATLANTIC CITY (WINS)— Dr. Chaim Weizman, president of the World Zionist Organization, in an address at the closing session of the forty-eighth annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America, broke his silence for the first time since his arrival to the United States and delivered a scathing attack on the new Palestine policy enunciated last week by British Foreign Minister Bevin. Though speaking with a great deal of restraint, the world Zionist leader made it unmistakably clear that the new British Palestine program will be fought with vim and vigor by Jews everywhere, particularly by the Jewish community in Palestine. HILLEL DRIVE A meeting is being held today at three o'clock in the Federation office to start the campaign for the Capital Funds Drive of the Hillel Advisory Council. At the meeting, Co-Chairmen of the Drive, Monte Selig, Carl Weinkle and Samuel Blank, will be present together with Harold Turk and Louis Heiman, members of the Council, and Rabbi Albert Michels of the University of Miami Hillel FoundationA definite date for an elaborate function to take place during the drive, will be set and a prominent speaker chosen to appear at the affair. The Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami is now serving the needs of more than 500 Jewish students from different sections of the country including those from this area. At the last meeting of the Council it was decided to form a non-profit corporation to be known as Hillel Advisory Council, Inc. The charter is in the process of being obtained. Furnishing of the present Hillel House and necessary facilities are being installed in contemplation of the goal ot the goal of $35,000 being reached. Beth Sholom Dedication Ceremonies Set for Wednesday A Jewish Book Review Contest will be conducted by the Jewish Book Council of Greater Miami in observance of Jewish Book Month. Open to the public, youth and adult, the contest starts November 26th and lasts through December 15th. The review must be of a book of Jewish content, written by Jew or non-Jew, and may be on any Jewish subject. Contest rules provide that the review not be more than 750 words and written legibly on 8x10 paper. Top sheet should include title and author of book, and name, age, address and telephone number of reviewer. All book reviews will become the property of the Jewish Book Council of Greater Miami. The contest is limited to residents of the Greater Miami area. Professional book reviewers are not eligible in this contest. The prize-winning book reviews may be used for publication by the Jewish Book Council of Greater Miami. Two tickets for the Orange Bowl game will be first prize and other prizes include a year's subscription to "Commentary" and a book, "Letters From The Desert." Books may be obtained from the General Public Library, Library of Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress Bldg., Library of YM & YWHA of Miami. 1567 S. W. Fifth St., and Library of YM & YWHA of Miami Beach, 1 Lincoln Rd. All reviews must be sent to the Jewish Book Council of Greater Miami, care of Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress Bldg., Miami 22. Judges for the contest are Mrs. I. N. Weinstein, Mrs. Max Shapiro Fred Shochet, Max Meisel and'Prof. Edward Clarke, chairman. Temple Beth Sholom $250,000 Campaign Gets Under Way Temple Beth Sholom announces a $250,000 drive for its institution. Mr. Harry Cornblum, chairman of the Building Fund Committee, stated the campaign will start November 26 and end on December 23. Temple Beth Sholom. located at Chase Ave. and 41st St.. will formally dedicate its Temple and Community House with impressive ceremonies Wednesday evening, November 28, at 8 p.m. Dr. Abraham J. Feldman. VicePresident of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, and spiritual leader of Temple Beth Israel, Hartford, Conn., for the past 20 years, will make a special trip here for the dedication. The program, in addition to the guest speaker, includes an address by Dr. Leon Kronish, greetings from Herbert Frink, Mayor of Miami Beach; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, President of the Florida RabbinMiami y Building Drive Plans Series of Events The Miami "Y" will this week inaugurate a series of special events as part of their $200,000 Building Fund Campaign. The Capital Fund Drive is now in progress and will continue through the month of December. George Chertkof is serving as general chairman and has announced committees appointees for the various divisions. Heading the Initial Gifts is JGerald Lewis. A cocktail party at the home of William Singer. Y board chairman, is scheduled for Sunday evening, Mr. Lewis announced. A group of 50 community leaders have been invited They will hear plans for the drive and details of the organization's new structure. Wednesday evening Leo Ackerman and Milton A.. Friedman chairmen of the Special Workers Division, will be hosts to campaign workers at Victors Drum. Dr. Rues Williams is scheduled to address the gathering. Dr. Williams has played apromment nart in Miami civic activity ana Fs a member of the faculty of the University of Miami. Mrs. Leon board of the Miami Y. and his wife were hosts at a meeting of the Campaign Planning Committee last week. The organization will begin construction of the new building as early next year as conditions will permit. Plans call for an elaborate series of buildings, including swimming pool, gym and other community facilities. The athletic field will be located on the ground opposite the present site of the "Y. A dinner party will be held the latter part of December at which time a national figure will be present to address more than 400 invited guests, launching the Miami ",Y's" general campaign. DIRECTORSMEETHERE First conference of State of Florida directors of the Sister Kenny Infantile Paralysis Fund Campaign was held in A. Frank KaUentine's office, Saturday at Miami Beach. The appointment of the Florida State Committee was announced today by Bing Crosby, national chairman. Selected were Mrs. Robert K. lay lor treasurer and secretary; Katzentine, and Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub John Montgomery also one of the committee of three was unable to be present. The $150,000 state campaign started Nov. 22 and ends Dec. 8. HARRY A. CORNBLUM Chairman, Building Committee Cornblum announced the appointment of an Executive Committee consisting of Dr. Theodore Berman, Leo Robinson, Simon Wolff, Joseph Fenias, Morris Berick, Harry Kohn, George Cohen and Louis Kerosky, to assist him in the drive. Other appointments will be announced shortly. A number of functions have been planned to take place during the next month at which time members of the area will be apprised of the needs of the Temple and its future activities. CONGRESS URGED TO INVESTIGATE K. K. K. WASHINGTON (JTA) — Representative Thmoas D'Alesandro, Democrat of Maryland, has addressed a letter to the Committee on Un-American Activities, calling for an investigation of the Ku Klux Klan. Declaring that the reported revival of KKK activities "bodes ill for Catholics. Jews and Negro groups, all of whom have sacrificed so much that the nation may endure," D'Alesandro denounced the "recurrence of the deadly virus of hat." He said that "such destructive forces must be scotched if possible at the source." RABBI ABRAHAM J. FELDMAN Speaker Temple Beth Sholom Dedication ical Association, and John Montgomery, publisher of the Miami Beach Sun Tropics. Dr. Feldman is now chairman of the Central Conference Committee on a ritual for children's Holy Day services, a member of its Committee on Liturgy, and also of its committee preparing a handbook of children's devotions. He is a member of the Joint Committee on Ceremonies of the Central Conference of American Rabbis and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. He is a member of the Executive Board of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. He is the author of "A Companion to the Bible," "The American Jew, a Study of Background," "The Adventure of Ju(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) DR. PRINCE LECTURE LOCATION CHANGED Dr. Joachim Prince, former Chief Rabbi of Palestine, and at present* Rabbi of Congregation B'nai Abraham of Newark, will be the guest speaker in the cultural program series sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural Committee. Dr. Peince has recently returned from an extensive visit to Palestine and will bring a very vital message to the Miami community. The lecture will be held at the Miami Woman's Club on Wednesday, Dec. 5, instead of Temple Israel as originally planned. LEON KRONISH Rabbi, Temple Beth Sholom t • i" 1 H i I t. I %  1 i .<


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+Jewish ncrldtan
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fyeAtorvcMy, &>p*x*fclnq, .
Mrs. Birdie Baysdorf, of New
York City, who is staying with
her nephew and his wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack E. Kalis, at Boca
Raton, is spending the Thanks,
giving holidays with her cous-
ins, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosen-
stein, and Aunt Helen, at
4342 Sheridan ave.. Miami
Beach Miss Rosalind
Friedman will fly to Chicago
Saturday for a three weeks'
visit with relatives and friends.
From there she will go to New
York to spend the winter .
Mrs. Julia Sokolov, of Detroit, ;
is spending a month with her !
brother, Mr. Felix Rosenthal, of
715 Euclid ave., Miami Beach '
.... Rabbi Murray Grauer
spent a few days here this
week with officers and mem-
bers of Miami Orthodox Con-;
gregation, which pulpit he has
just accepted. Rabbi Grauer
will return here to assume his
duties the first of the year.
Mrs. Hilel Rosenthal, 1610 j
Euclid ave, will entertain a
group of convalescent service-
men from the Biltmore hospital
for dinner at the Clover club
tonight Mrs. Samuel Leeds,
who has been visiting in Mi-
ami Beach for the past month,
will return to her home in Chi-
cago early next week. Re-
turning later in the season she
will be accompanied by her
young daughter, Joan. Mr.
Leeds is one of the trio of new
| owners of the Shelborne hotel.
I He will remain here to com-
I plete arrangements for the
opening Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
I mour Rubin of New York city
I are spending a 10-day honey-
, moon at the Versailles ... Dr.
'and Mrs. S. M. Morwitz, of
| Chicago, are vacationing at
the Versailles hotel Dr. Mor-
I witz is a prominent Chicago
I eye and ear specialist .
Leon Melvin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Firtel, of 350 Euclid
ave, Miami Beach, will cele-
brate his first birthday on Fri-
day, November 23rd, with an
afternoon party entertaining
his little friends.
Rev. and Mrs. Maurice
Mamches announce the recent
birth of a daughter here. Rev.
Mamches was chosen Cantor
of the Miami Jewish orthodox
synagogue Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Lazarus are the proud
parents of a baby girl.
RELIEF SOCIETY TO MEET HOST TO RETURNEES
Tin' Greater Miami Jewish
Consumptive Relief Society of
Denver will hold a board meet-
ing at the home of Mrs. Maurice
Cowans. l!'3ti S. W. 9th St., on
Monday evening, November
26th, at 8 o'clock. Plans will be
formulated for the installation of
officers to be held Dec. 10th at
the Beach "Y". Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will install the officers.
Following a musical program
presented by Anyuta Mehcov's
Red Cross Unit of Entertain-
ment at the Nautilus hotel last
Tuesday. Mrs. Morris Alpert,
3930 N. Meridian ave., Miami
Reach, was hostess at a party
which she sponsored, serving ice
cream and cake to over one hun-
dred convalescent returnee ser-
- vicemen.
"O. GIVE THANKS UNTO THE LORD.
FOR HE IS GOOD; FOR HIS LOVING
KINDNESS ENDURETH FOREVER."
Psalms
"AS WE THANK GOD FOR GOOD. SO
DO WE THANK HIM FOR (that which
seems to us to be) EVIL" Talmud
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
JUNIOR HADASSAH
HAS ACTIVE PLANS
Abe Gannes, head of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, was
guest speaker at a recent meet-
ing of Junior Hadassah, Miami
Beach unit.
Harriet Hart. Charlotte Ab-
rams, Hilda Schwartz, and Nata-
lie Frankel were presented with
gifts by Mrs. Alex Van Stratton.
Benior advisor, for bringing in
the most members. The mem-
bership drive will continue
throughout the year.
The Miami Beach unit has a
full schedule for next month. A
Youth Rally, sponsored by the
Zionist Youth Commission, will
be held December 2nd.
A brunch will be held Sunday
morning. December 9th. for all
members. A Junior Hadassah
birthday celebration and a re-
port of the convention will con-
stitute the program. Charlotte
Abrams is chairman of this af-
fair with Evelyn Shorofsky act-
ing as co-chairman.
A carnival, to be held Decem-
ber 23rd. will be the first fund-
raising affair given by the Mi-
ami Beach unit of Junior Ha-
dassah. Judith Saal is chairman.
Charlotte Abrams is handling
publicity for these affairs.
Natalie Frankel and Jean
Bushel! are attending the Junior
Hadassah National Convention in
New York. November 22-24.
A board meeting will be held
at the home of Natalie Frankel.
1808 James Ave., November 29,
8:00 p.m.
!!E^lNOVEMBB,
Field,
eon
consists o!''M"'l'pItioJr'conlto
Mrs. Sadie v Isadfe llS* I
Kandell st* MRV
Max K;1.,,1:ou,sBrwS<
B. & P. DIVISION
PLAN SOCIAL
The business and Professional
Women's Division of Hadassah
will hold a get-acquainted"
social on Sunday. Nov. 25. at
two o'clock, at the Blackstone
Hotel. There will be entertain-
ment and refreshments. The
guest speaker will be Mrs. Saul
Leslie, president of the Women's
Division of the American Jew-
ish Congress. A skit, "The
Promise." will be presented for
Balfour Day. The Misses Doro-
thy Lightman, Bette Sir, Evelyn
Brown, Claire Levine and Lynne
Adler will constitute the cast.
Irving Lebanon, pianist, will
play for the gathering, which is
in charge of Miss Freda Schiff-
man, program chairman.
There's a big job ahead. Be
ready to subscribe to the Victory
Loan.
Mrs. Harry W. Fields
SPONSOR DINNER
FOR AGED HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Field
will sponsor a dinner and enter-
tainment for the Ladies Auxili-
ary of the Jewish Home for the
Aged of Greater Miami, at 335
S. W. 12th Ave., Sunday, Novem-
ber 25th, at 6 p.m. Reservations
may be phoned by calling Becky
Levine, chairman, 5-1548, or Mrs.
Paul Raff, 2-0270. Mrs. Sidney
L. Weintraub will be toast-
mistress. Arrangements are in
charge of Marion Gould, Mildred
Daum, C. Herzog, Mrs. Isadore
Cohen, Mrs. Joe Zalis and Mrs.
Rose Field. The admission com-
mittee includes Becky Levine.
Mrs. Paul Raff, Mrs. Pearl Raid-
man, Mrs. Lena Mason and Rose
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PAGE TWO +Jewish ncrldtan \ i fyeAtorvcMy, &>p*x*fclnq, Mrs. Birdie Baysdorf, of New York City, who is staying with her nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Kalis, at Boca Raton, is spending the Thanks, giving holidays with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein, and Aunt Helen, at 4342 Sheridan ave.. Miami Beach Miss Rosalind Friedman will fly to Chicago Saturday for a three weeks' visit with relatives and friends. From there she will go to New York to spend the winter Mrs. Julia Sokolov, of Detroit, ; is spending a month with her brother, Mr. Felix Rosenthal, of 715 Euclid ave., Miami Beach .... Rabbi Murray Grauer spent a few days here this week with officers and members of Miami Orthodox Con-; gregation, which pulpit he has just accepted. Rabbi Grauer will return here to assume his duties the first of the year. Mrs. Hilel Rosenthal, 1610 j Euclid ave, will entertain a group of convalescent servicemen from the Biltmore hospital for dinner at the Clover club tonight Mrs. Samuel Leeds, who has been visiting in Miami Beach for the past month, will return to her home in Chicago early next week. Returning later in the season she will be accompanied by her young daughter, Joan. Mr. Leeds is one of the trio of new | owners of the Shelborne hotel. I He will remain here to comI plete arrangements for the opening Mr. and Mrs. SeyI mour Rubin of New York city I are spending a 10-day honey, moon at the Versailles ... Dr. 'and Mrs. S. M. Morwitz, of | Chicago, are vacationing at the Versailles hotel Dr. MorI witz is a prominent Chicago I eye and ear specialist Leon Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel, of 350 Euclid ave, Miami Beach, will celebrate his first birthday on Friday, November 23rd, with an afternoon party entertaining his little friends. Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Mamches announce the recent birth of a daughter here. Rev. Mamches was chosen Cantor of the Miami Jewish orthodox synagogue Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lazarus are the proud parents of a baby girl. RELIEF SOCIETY TO MEET HOST TO RETURNEES Tin' Greater Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief Society of Denver will hold a board meeting at the home of Mrs. Maurice Cowans. l!'3ti S. W. 9th St., on Monday evening, November 26th, at 8 o'clock. Plans will be formulated for the installation of officers to be held Dec. 10th at the Beach "Y". Rabbi Irving Lehrman will install the officers. Following a musical program presented by Anyuta Mehcov's Red Cross Unit of Entertainment at the Nautilus hotel last Tuesday. Mrs. Morris Alpert, 3930 N. Meridian ave., Miami Reach, was hostess at a party which she sponsored, serving ice cream and cake to over one hundred convalescent returnee servicemen. "O. GIVE THANKS UNTO THE LORD. FOR HE IS GOOD; FOR HIS LOVING KINDNESS ENDURETH FOREVER." —Psalms "AS WE THANK GOD FOR GOOD. SO DO WE THANK HIM FOR (that which seems to us to be) EVIL" —Talmud MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 JUNIOR HADASSAH HAS ACTIVE PLANS Abe Gannes, head of the Bureau of Jewish Education, was guest speaker at a recent meeting of Junior Hadassah, Miami Beach unit. Harriet Hart. Charlotte Abrams, Hilda Schwartz, and Natalie Frankel were presented with gifts by Mrs. Alex Van Stratton. Benior advisor, for bringing in the most members. The membership drive will continue throughout the year. The Miami Beach unit has a full schedule for next month. A Youth Rally, sponsored by the Zionist Youth Commission, will be held December 2nd. A brunch will be held Sunday morning. December 9th. for all members. A Junior Hadassah birthday celebration and a report of the convention will constitute the program. Charlotte Abrams is chairman of this affair with Evelyn Shorofsky acting as co-chairman. A carnival, to be held December 23rd. will be the first fundraising affair given by the Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah. Judith Saal is chairman. Charlotte Abrams is handling publicity for these affairs. Natalie Frankel and Jean Bushel! are attending the Junior Hadassah National Convention in New York. November 22-24. A board meeting will be held at the home of Natalie Frankel. 1808 James Ave., November 29, 8:00 p.m. !!E^lNOVEMBB, Field, eon consists o!''M"' l p I tio J r 'con lto Mrs. Sadie v Isad fe llS* I Kandell s t* M R V Max K„; 1 ,, 1 : ou,s B rw„S< B. & P. DIVISION PLAN SO CIAL The business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah will hold a ••get-acquainted" social on Sunday. Nov. 25. at two o'clock, at the Blackstone Hotel. There will be entertainment and refreshments. The guest speaker will be Mrs. Saul Leslie, president of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress. A skit, "The Promise." will be presented for Balfour Day. The Misses Dorothy Lightman, Bette Sir, Evelyn Brown, Claire Levine and Lynne Adler will constitute the cast. Irving Lebanon, pianist, will play for the gathering, which is in charge of Miss Freda Schiffman, program chairman. There's a big job ahead. Be ready to subscribe to the Victory Loan. Mrs. Harry W. Fields SPONSOR DINNER FOR AGED HOME Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Field will sponsor a dinner and entertainment for the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami, at 335 S. W. 12th Ave., Sunday, November 25th, at 6 p.m. Reservations may be phoned by calling Becky Levine, chairman, 5-1548, or Mrs. Paul Raff, 2-0270. Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub will be toastmistress. Arrangements are in charge of Marion Gould, Mildred Daum, C. Herzog, Mrs. Isadore Cohen, Mrs. Joe Zalis and Mrs. Rose Field. The admission committee includes Becky Levine. Mrs. Paul Raff, Mrs. Pearl Raidman, Mrs. Lena Mason and Rose S. I. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins and Washington Avenues Hebrew Books—All Religious Articles—Novelties Ma.. Dubler Zalis are ,„ charge nf Mrs £ Kckel-'HA\5fe* Valuable gi „ su Burdmes radio pr "Fashion W Jjg each weekday ~ 8:30 to 8:45. ^ Boy's Tennis Sneakers $ 2 .20 PAIR Just arrived! Comfortable sneakers for gym wear at sports High topped laced high for comfort. Sizes 2"2 to 6. Ml \M! STORE CHIU'RKN'S SHOES FOURTH FLOOR American Title & Insurance Co. Announce the Opening of their Miami Beach Branch Office NOVEMBER 15, 1945 at 1631 Alton Road Miami Beach \ Phones 5-3441 5-3442 Operated by *^ Edwin Odette and Carlos Edwards Abstracts Title Insurance Escrows **************^******* PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL 1 "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 E. E. CARTER. Funeral Director "A Friend in Need" 2008 W. FLA lAAMWMMMMM I XXMX WMl


)AY. NOVEMBER 23, 1945
[ardiac Home
lance Tuesday
Fifth anniversary dinner of
n-idc chapter, National Chil-
_nS Cardiac Home, will take
ice Nov. 27 at the Mocamba,
Ej st Miami Beach, with a
bncr-d'ance affair.
Thr dinner will be followed by
trivate prevue of the Mocamba
4 show, according to Mrs. Ger-
|de Lachs. president of the
lichen's home organization.
(n proceeds of the entertain-
fcnt will be used for further
fornvement of cardiac care
Kilties Three cottages accom-
Idating 75 children were built
Cntly, Mrs. Lachs revealed.
Committee handling the an-
|j,| dinner is headed by Mrs.
Tjton Wolf, chairman, assisted
(Mrs. Dave Byer, co-chairman.
CHAPTER OF
HAI B'RITH GIRLS
the newly formed group of
B'rith girls chose the name
Dorothy Borenstein for their
LptrV. Mrs. Borenstein died
lobci- 7 during her regime as
fcidint of B'nai B'rith Women
[Sholcin Lodge. She was the
lighter of Rabbi Friedman of
lladelphia and the wife of
1. Max Borenstein, who served
the armed forces for three and
L.|,all years.
Officers of the chapter elected
[their Tuesday evening meet-
! were: President, Sheila Lud-
; Vice-President, Sonia Pal-
Secretary, Clara Bauchman;
[responding Secretary, Marsha
nnon: Treasurer, Gertrude
Carman; publicity chairman.
ettc Margulies; and honor
jit chairman, Connie Gordesky.
fhe next meeting of D. B. G.
Scheduled for November 27 at
p.m. at the Miami "Y."
J*Jew[sti norid/an
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Friday, November 23:
Rev!"w.ICU" J''Wl8h Co"re" Book
Saturday, November 24:
o'Toek "tth sholdom toner, 8:00
Sunday, November 25:
,2:TL "Y" 1"IUal Glft Committee.
Monday, November 26:
American .Jewish t ouri-phs. Wom-
en m Division General Meeting I'M
Federation HuclKet Committee', siuij
p.m., Federation Office,
Bureau <>f Jewish Education, Board
or Director! Meeting, 8:00 p.m
Tuesday, November 27:
National Children's Cardiac Home
Pinner Danee. Moenmba Night Club
i :iio p.m.
Wedneaday, November 28:
Miami Beach Poet No. :no, Jewish
war \.-t.ijins. regular meeting, 8:00
p.m. Beach "T."
Miami Section, National Council of
JewlHh Women, board meeting at
10:00 a.m.
PAGE THREE
CONGRESS WOMEN
OBSERVE BOOK MONTH
In observance of Jewish Book
Month, the Women's Division
American Jewish Congress will
present Mrs. I. M. Wein'stein,
who will review Rabbi Milton
Steinberg's, "A Partisan's Guide
to the Jewish Problem." This
event will be the first evening
performance, in the Friday Re-
view Series, and will be held at
night, on Wednesday, Nov. 28,
at 8 p. m., at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid ave.
Subscriptions to the series will
be honored at the door. Admis-
sion charge is One Dollar.
Subscribers are asked to note
change in the date as there will
be no review this Friday.
UNVEILING
Unveiling services will be held
for the late Samuel W. Cohen
on Sunday at two o'clock in the
Beth David Section of Wood-
lawn Cemetery. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate at the
ceremony. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Max
Singer, former owner of the Fen-
way Hotel, Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, at 2 p. m. in
the Jewish Section of Wood-
lawn Park Cemetery. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob
Congregation will officiate. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Mr.
Sidney H. Palmer, of the Miami
Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
Friends and relatives of Ber-
tram Raff, who passed away
November 26th, 1944, are invited
to attend the unveiling services
at the Temple Israel section of
Woodlawn Cemetery on Sunday,
November 25th, at 3:00 o'clock.
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan will offici-
ate.
Mrs. Irving Miller
Mrs. Irving Miller, president
of the Greater Miami chapter of
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren of Denver, will be in New
York. Nov. 26-28 to attend a
meeting of all presidents of all
auxiliaries of the National Home.
Metings will be at the Biltmore
hotel.
announcing the He-Opening
of the
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190 miles from Miami. Good reason
for selling. Hotel cost $375,000 to
build. Special price. Cash: one-
third. Possession on down pay-
ment.
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writing from owner.
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At the Westchester Market
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Under the Supervision and Endorsement of the Only
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, Director
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
THOS. M. BURNS, JR.
Funttral DiriKrlot
ABE ElSENBERQ
Treasurer
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April 23rd
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TICKETS AVAILABLE AT
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)AY. NOVEMBER 23, 1945 [ardiac Home lance Tuesday Fifth anniversary dinner of n-idc chapter, National Chil_ nS Cardiac Home, will take ice Nov. 27 at the Mocamba, Ej s t Miami Beach, with a bncr-d'ance affair. Thr dinner will be followed by trivate prevue of the Mocamba 4 show, according to Mrs. Ger|de Lachs. president of the lichen's home organization. (n proceeds of the entertainfcnt will be used for further fornvement of cardiac care Kilties Three cottages accomIdating 75 children were built Cntly, Mrs. Lachs revealed. Committee handling the an|j,| dinner is headed by Mrs. Tjton Wolf, chairman, assisted (Mrs. Dave Byer, co-chairman. CHAPTER OF HAI B'RITH GIRLS the newly formed group of B'rith girls chose the name %  Dorothy Borenstein for their LptrV. Mrs. Borenstein died lobci7 during her regime as fcidint of B'nai B'rith Women [Sholcin Lodge. She was the lighter of Rabbi Friedman of lladelphia and the wife of 1. Max Borenstein, who served the armed forces for three and L.|,all years. Officers of the chapter elected [their Tuesday evening meet! were: President, Sheila Lud; Vice-President, Sonia PalSecretary, Clara Bauchman; [•responding Secretary, Marsha nnon: Treasurer, Gertrude Carman; publicity chairman. ettc Margulies; and honor jit chairman, Connie Gordesky. fhe next meeting of D. B. G. Scheduled for November 27 at p.m. at the Miami "Y." J*Jew[sti norid/an CALENDAR OF EVENTS Friday, November 23: Rev!"w. ICU J '' Wl8h Co re Book Saturday, November 24: o'Toek tth sholdom toner, 8:00 Sunday, November 25: ,2:TL Y 1 IUal Glft Committee. Monday, November 26: American .Jewish t •OURI-PHS. Women M Division General Meeting I'M Federation Hucl K et Committee', siuij p.m., Federation Office, Bureau <>f Jewish Education, Board or Director! Meeting, 8:00 p.m Tuesday, November 27: National Children's Cardiac Home Pinner Danee. Moenmba Night Club i :iio p.m. Wedneaday, November 28: Miami Beach Poet No. :no, Jewish war \.-t.i JI ns. regular meeting, 8:00 p.m. Beach "T." Miami Section, National Council of JewlHh Women, board meeting at 10:00 a.m. PAGE THREE CONGRESS WOMEN OBSERVE BOOK MONTH In observance of Jewish Book Month, the Women's Division American Jewish Congress will present Mrs. I. M. Wein'stein, who will review Rabbi Milton Steinberg's, "A Partisan's Guide to the Jewish Problem." This event will be the first evening performance, in the Friday Review Series, and will be held at night, on Wednesday, Nov. 28, at 8 p. m., at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid ave. Subscriptions to the series will be honored at the door. Admission charge is One Dollar. Subscribers are asked to note change in the date as there will be no review this Friday. UNVEILING Unveiling services will be held for the late Samuel W. Cohen on Sunday at two o'clock in the Beth David Section of Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the ceremony. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Max Singer, former owner of the Fenway Hotel, Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, at 2 p. m. in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Congregation will officiate. Arrangements are in charge of Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, of the Miami Monument Company. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Friends and relatives of Bertram Raff, who passed away November 26th, 1944, are invited to attend the unveiling services at the Temple Israel section of Woodlawn Cemetery on Sunday, November 25th, at 3:00 o'clock. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan will officiate. Mrs. Irving Miller Mrs. Irving Miller, president of the Greater Miami chapter of National Home for Jewish Children of Denver, will be in New York. Nov. 26-28 to attend a meeting of all presidents of all auxiliaries of the National Home. Metings will be at the Biltmore hotel. announcing the He-Opening of the LORIDA MATRIMONIAL BUREAU ITRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL FREE REGISTRATION 1782 S. W. Fifth Street INDIAN RIVER HOTEL Finest hotel on east coast of Flor. ida, 170 rooms completely furnished, swimming pool, tennis, bathing, golf, etc. Faces on Indian River. 190 miles from Miami. Good reason for selling. Hotel cost $375,000 to build. Special price. Cash: onethird. Possession on down payment. See me now—today. Exclusive in writing from owner. J. S. BLAIN 810 Olympia Building. Miami "The South'* Only Seltzer Plant" SIPHON SELTZER WATER DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR iood Health SIPHON-Seltzer is good to the last drop. Excellent flavor. Highly carbonated. 24 Fluid Ounce SlOQ Bollk, Ten Bottle* to the Case. Siphons your K CAS £ drinks with a 150 pound pressure GOOD HEALTH SELTZER Burak Bottling Company 32 N. W. 4TH AVENUE PHONE 3 1536 FOR INTELLIGENT HANDLING OF YOUR IEAL ESTATE PROBLEMS IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE, SEE I. S. 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+Jewish florldlan
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acessary facilities for adult and youth program to meet
on as conditions permit.
FOR YOUTH
AND
ADULT
YM AND YWHA OF MIAMI T' **
The story of Miami City's "Y" is a story of leader-
ship. In less than twelve years it has developed an
extensive program for educational, cultural, social
and athletic activities for children and adults. Its
post-war obligations to the community will make
future expansion essential. Only A New Building
Properly and Adeguately Equipped Can Make Ex-
pansion Possible.
Youth training in citizenship is the spring and
root of a strong and useful community. Our "Y"s
practice and teach the democratic way of life
through their Home Camps, clubs, discussion groups,
youth councils and athletic games. More clubrooms
will increase the membership of the social, religious
and civic clubs and encourage more participation in
all other "Y" activities.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Campaign Chairman
CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS
miami y. M. & y. W. H. A.
1567 S. W. 5th STREET MIAMI
Phone 3-4012
BACK OUR PLANS
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P. O. Box 2973_______________Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office
of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3. IS.9
Published Every Friday Since 1927
Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months. $2.00;
2 Years, $5.00.
FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher
RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor
Miami 18, Florida, Friday, November 23, 1945
VOLUME 18
NUMBER 47
KISLEV 17, 5706
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Digest of the mall received at Jewish
Florldian goat office box.
BEVIN SKIRTS THE ISSUE .
When dishonesty is added to indecision it makes an
unsavory combination. On that count alone Bevin's proposal
of an Anglo-American commission deserves the heap of criti-
cism which has been levelled upon it from all sources.
Admittedly, the Labor Government inherited a difficult
problem in the Palestine issue. But to magnify the difficulty
of the problem is either sheer chicanery or a deliberate attempt
to escape a responsibility Surely the men who are now at
the helm of the British Government knew all the intricacies of
the problem before they came to office. Otherwise they would
be forced to admit that they were lacking in gualifications to
rule the country.
How can Bevin and Attlee claim they had insufficient data
on the Palestine guestion in the light of the score of pro-Jewish
pronouncements that have been made by Britain's labor
leaders. Are Bevin and Attlee prepared to admit that the
British Labor Party was politically immature when its executive
committee went on record in favor of a Jewish commonwealth
in Palestine? If so, they should, in all honesty and frankness,
abrogate to men who are politically mature.
But that is not the gist of the guestion. Attlee, like his prede-
cessors in office, has only British interests and British imperial-
ism in mind, and, like his predecessors, he is totally devoid of
moral scruples at least when Jewish lives are concerned.
Palestine at this crucial moment in Jewish life is more than I
a political issueit is a moral issue, a humanitarian issue.
Every shade of Jewish opinion is united that the only avenue of
escape to the displaced and stateless Jews in Europe lies in
Palestine Every official and unofficial report made of the
Jewish situation in Europe has emphasized that the victimised
Jews of Europe are united by a great bonda desire to go to j
Palestine. Why then a new inguiry? If the purpose of the
inquiry is to show that no such desire exists, then it is obvious
that the intent behind the proposed commission is not to make !
an objective study of the Palestine problem, but to justify British
indecision, British inaction.
The British Labor Party was on record against the wicked I
and discriminatory White Paper when there were still millions
of Jews in Europe? Will it stand for a White Paper policy by a
Labor Government now when the Jewish population in Europe
has been decimated to the point of extinction?
Surely, the British Labor Party is strong enough to tell Bevin
and Attlee that they must either follow Party policy or else re-
linquish their posts.
TOWN HALL FORUM
The series of lectures to be
presented under the auspices of
Town Hall Forum, Temple Israel
and the Men's Club on Dec. 11,
will have as its first start lec-
turer, Robert St. John. St. John,
whose lecture is anticipated with
great interest, is a noted War
Correspondent, author and radio
commentator. He has lived
among the people of twenty-nine
nations, involved in World War
II. His book. "It's Always To-
morrow," was written against a
war background.
The committee states that the
seating capacity of Miami Senior
High School is only about 1200
and advises those desiring to at-
tend, to secure their tickets now.
Tickets may be had and reser-
vations made through the Town
Hall Forum, 137 N. E. 19th st.,
Miami; phone 9-1757 or 3-5858,
or through any member of the
Forum Committee.
The other stars and their dates
of appearance are Ray Joseph,
Jan. 31; Max Hill, Feb. 26. and
Erika Mann, April 23.
CITY WIDE CHANUKA
EVENT PLANNED
The American Jewish Confer-
ence asks five-power commission
to probe Tripoli riots which saw
the massacre of over 100 Jewish
adults and children in Tripoli,
now under British military ad-
ministration Barnet Hodes,
Chicago's Corporation Counsel,
headed a committee of five which
took off November 15th for Lon-
don, where an invitation will be
presented to the preparatory com-
mission of the United Nations
Organization to locate its perma-
nent headquarters in Chicago .
Congregation B'nai Jeshurun.
America's oldest conservative
synagogue, marks its 120th anni-
versary.
A Birthday Fund for the re-
habilitation and postwar expan-
sion program of the Working
Women's Council was launched
at the 20th anniversary dinner of
the Ninth National Convention
of the Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation held in Cleveland .
Jewish refugees in the liberated
concentration camps in Germany
and Austria received 163.000
pounds of kosher food during the
last six months from the Refu-
gee-Immigration Division of the
Agudath Israel Youth Council of
America Monte Kandel. for-
mer Executive Director of the
Coordinating Committee for the
Fort Ontario Refugee Shelter, has
joined the executive staff of the
American ORT Federation.
An initial gift of $10,000 from
Samuel Lemberg, of Brooklyn, to
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion Commission to establish a
loan fund for students at city
colleges and state-supported uni-
versities was announced at the
annual meeting of the Hillel
Commission ... To help the Jews
still in the displaced persons
camps in Germany and Austria
make the most constructive use
of their lime, the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee is sending them
large quantities of Yiddish litera-
ture Twenty-five car loads
of clothing, shoes, tools and raw
materials are being unloaded at
a railway station near Milan,
Italy, for distribution to homeless
and distressed Jews in Italy and
Austria.
The findings of the most recent
first- hand investigations into the
conditions of the surviving Jews
of Europe, particularly in Poland,
Germany, Austria, and Hungary,
now being completed by repre-
sentatives of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, will be told at
the annual meeting in New York
next month.
>AY, NOVBM-i
SILVER ELECTED
ZOA PRESIDENT
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
seeking to reduce Jewish Pales-
tine "to another Ghetto," and of
driving "loyal Jewish population
of Palestine to active resistance
in defense of their rights and
position."
"We recognize no legal barrier
to the right of Jews freely to
settle in Palestine and to rebuild
a Jewish state," the resolutions
said.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise condemn-
ed the British Government and
called upon President Truman to
"wave aside the State Depart-
ment negotiators and go back to
his admirable starting point, and
declare to the Prime Minister and
The Capital Theatre will be
the meeting place of a Chanukah
Assembly sponsored by Beth
David. Miami Beach Jewish
Center, Temple Beth Sholom,
Temple Israel and the Board of
Jewish Education. The Assem-
bly will be held on Sunday, Dec.
2, at 9:30 a. m. All Hebrew and
Sunday schools will take part in
the gathering which more than
one thousand are expected to
attend. A special Chanukah
musical program is being
planned and the audience will
participate in community sing-
ing. A skit will also be pre-
sented. Two films are being
shown through the courtesy of
the Wometco Theatres. "It Hap-
pened in Springfield" and a car-
toon. Book awards, honoring
Jewish Book Month, will be
presented. Refreshments will
be served through the courtesy
of the Sisterhoods of Beth
David. Miami Beach Jewish
Center, Temple Beth Sholom
and Temple Israel.
to the British Secretary of For-
eign Affairs: 'I will not have my
request to you annulled by a
commission of inquiry'." Dr.
Wise described the statement of
Mr. Bevin as "a second White
Paper." The Jews of Palestine,
he said, "would not be fit to live
and have a national home, if they
did not resist every effort on the
part of the Mandatory Power to
prevent the coming of Jews into
Palestine. No Jewish refugee
entering Palestine is as lawless
as the White Paper, or Mr. Bevin "
he added.
Addressing a session devoted
to the Jewish National Fund,
which was presided over by
Judge Morris Rothenberg, Dr.
Abraham Granovsky, chairman
of the JNF in Jerusalem, said
CHEST ORGANIZATION
MAKES REAL PROGRESS
Organization for the Victory
Campaign of the Community
War Chest is proceeding with
such enthusiasm that one of the
most successful appeals in Dade
County's history is assured. Gen-
eral Chairman Stanley C. Myers
said.
Under his leadership, all divi-
sion chairmen have been selected
and most have enlisted their
group workers and key person-
nel.
"We have good leadership,
sound organization and determi-
nation." Myers declared. "Suc-
cess is in the air. It seems that
Dade County is about to take her
place in the forefront of the com-
munities which do an outstand-
ing job of caring for its less
fortunate."
Tho campaign, which finances
23 local agencies of human ser-
vice, and the 19 agencies of the
National War Fund, is already
under way, and reaches its cli-
max the last two weeks in Janu-
ary.
The Advance Gifts division, an
innovation this year, already has
pointed the way toward increased
giving to meet increased needs.
At its first meeting this week, a
group of pioneer workers re-
ported that every gift received
in a sample solicitation was in-
creased from 25 per cent to more
than 100 per cent over last year.
"TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER
Xbktfy &*ificknii4
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON
ANTI-SEMITIC FRONT .
Attention Defense organiza-
tions ... It is relatively unim-
Jiortant whether Father Cough-
in is through or merely biding
his time The Christian Front
is very much alive ... It is no
longer a strictly Catholic led or-
ganization Among its leaders
as well as its rank and file are
many Protestants The Chris-
tian Front is preparing to enter
the political arena ... It feels
that it no longer needs to hide
behind "respectable" political
fronts That is why Christian
Front meetings are being pre-
pared in every major city of the
Union The "new" organiza-
tional genius who is promoting
Christian Front political gather-
ings on a national scale is none
other than Ainslee E. Homey,
veteran anti-Semite whose rec-
ord is well known to our Depart-
ment of Justice Gerald L. K.
Smith in his publication "The
Cross and the Flag" dispenses
advice to the Jews of America
in the following paragraph .
"Rabbi Elmer Berger of Phila-
delphia (executive director of
the American Council for Juda-
ism) is experiencing consider-
able persecution from Zionist
Jews. Rabbi Berger seems to be
an American Firster Jews
would do well to accept some
practical advice from the Rabbi"
ABOUT PERSONS .
Pierre van Passen whose 50th
anniversary was celebrated as a
major event in Melbourne. Aus-
tralia will present the Reuben
Brainin People's Library of
Montreal with the original
manuscript of his "The Forgot-
ten Ally" at a special function on
November 25th ... Is it true that
Senator David I. Walsh, Chair-
man of the Senate Affairs Com-
mittee, is holding conferences to
re-open the air waves for Father
Coughlin? Rabbi Herschel
Lymon travelled all the way
from Oklahoma to Okinawa to
officiate at the wedding of Capt.
Gretchen Ruth Boody to Capt.
Edward Siegel last month .
General Stillwell gave the bride
away Friends of J. Robert
Oppenheimber who is is credited
with a major share in the inven-
tion of the atomic-bomb want
him to run for Congress from
California Danny Shapiro
the songwriter is very proud
these days His song "Please
Mr. Truman. Play the Piano for
Me" was given a special per-
formance at the White House
last week .
STORY OF THE WEEK .
We are indebted to Leonard
Lyons for this priceless story .
"Next April Leonard Bernstein
will conduct the world premiere
of Marc Bliztein's "Airborne",
the symphony which he wrote
for the Air Force while he was
in England After the com-
poser had been at work for five
months. Col. Jock Whitney sent
for him and said: "We've given
you free time, special billets and
all conveniences these past few
months Now we'd like to
hear it." The audition took
place in a home once occupied
by Hugh Walpole
junior officers arrived ^ ^
dier and a MaWS a Bt
*** ... CpLWBriigl*
He played his P^c'n>
vocal part^ K- *wy
vA,.austed all vl llnisM
the Major Genera V^
glanced at his watch ?"*
I m late." The Rri ?"d Mid
"Carry,,,," 'iPf^d'er C5
the
exh
"Carry on" andleft01""^
derful", the junior* fc^
Garry On". The ** left.
praising you, and wanic *
finish it" cpl ffi & to
ried on p,'Bmzsteincai.
READERS GUIDE
TUn KT Ml
The November
"Betar" pulledI by r *
article by David M. Krakow
should not miss it iT.ff"!
"Ibn Saud Speaks" B t*
m
would d
You
Miller's novel "Focus" "ff
a book that should be'read
timid Jews who accept the liS
against "fascism":'. "{C S
4.000 volumes of Juffi
been made available to 168 col
legse from California to MaS
and from Florida to Nortfom
Canada by the Jewish Cha
tauqua Society during the nwt
four months These boob
deal with authentic facts about
Jews and Jewry's role in the
development of the spirit and
practice of democracy Sam
uel J Goldfarb. of 1350'Broad-
way, New ^ ork, reminds us that
Mr. Ernest Lens, the late Rich-
ard Beer Hoffman's son-in-law
needs help You can help by
subscribing to Len's Worthwhile
Book Service Sam Goldfarb
will tell you how .
MISCELLANY .
Congratulations to Josephine
and Cherry Balaban, daughters
of Barney Balaban, president of
Paramount Pictures for collect-
ing toys for the orphaned chil-
dren of Europe under the aus-
pices of the World Xmas Festi-
val Bernard Bernstein. Chief
financial adviser to General
Eisenhower will leave his post
very soon The autobiography
of Henry Morgenthau, Jr., will
appear early next year .
Henry Morgenthau kept a steno
typed record of every conference
ever held in his office while he
was Secretary of the Treasury
. The two Jewish ex-cham-
pions Max Bai r and Maxie Ros-
enbloom are now a vaudeville
team Yes it's true Hank
Grecnberg the baseball star will
marry an heiress of the Gimbel
Department Store dynast ... Dr.
Lise Meitner, the scientist of
atomic fame will visit America
this winter and lecture for three
weeks at the Catholic University
in Washington Jan Peerce
mav do the behind the screen
signing for the Enrico Caruso
film now in preparation And
in case you an interestedI trie
father of Merrill Kenneth Wolf,
the boy of Cleveland who gradu-
ated from Yale at the age of It
the other day, is an attorney
who defended E. Debs m tte
sedition trials during Worm
War I -
CHANUKA THEME OF
MONTHLY MEETING
that there was no reason for the
present political crisis interfering
with land colonization work.
While we wait for the full ab-
rogation of the White Paper we
must not be idle," he said. "As
an immediate step we propose to
acquire 500,000 dunams of land.
The Women's Division of v!ie
American Jewish Congress will
hold its regular Monthly Meet-
ing, at the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue. 311 Washington ave..
Miami Beach, at 2 p. m. In the
Spirit of Chanukah, Mrs. Benj.
Sherry, Program Chairman, will
present a Chanukah Candlelight
Service. In this program will
be Mesdames Frieda Leslie.
Leon Kronish, Teresa Arnold.
Estelle Kimball, Bob Treister,
Beverly Grossman. Frieda Wol-
kenberg. Rose Kimball. and
Bess Glasser.
At this time Mrs. Moses Mes-
cheloff will render a report on
the Defense House Project, of
which she is area chairman.
In tribute to the late Mrs.
Lillian G. Mills, Mrs. S. H. Les-
lies will deliver a eulogy.
Mrs. Lucille Greenbaum,
newly appointed chairman of
hospitality, will be in charge of
refreshments. She will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Marsha Rabinow-
itz and a committee.
This area can be purchased even
under the present conditions be-
cause it is covered by negotia-
tions already initiated."
KEYSTONERS GROUP JOINS
BEACH Y COUNCIL
After a month's trial meet-
ings at the Beach Y. the Kc
stone Club ...ports pror
its development far surpassing
its former accomo ishments
Previously unaffiuated
any other group, the club, us*
to meet at the house*
members, coming to trie
where they could bene itJrorn
the guidance of the profession^
staff and contacts with otn
youth groups. ,(
Since meeting at the
club has joined the Intnw*
Council and has assuTnng
sponsibility for the Cot"
manship of the ^ JS
Committee, charged h briM
ing in reccon.nM.d.g
additional services wnic ^,
Council could render W
community. ..
The Keystone Club invjes'
plications for membership u
all boys from 15 '' 7:30
They meet each Sunday at
p. m. at the "Y. Danny
is president.
VICTORY BONDS
BUY THEM ANYWHERE!



PAGE 1

PAGE SIX +Jet*ist> ihridUati i f Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 P hone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3. IS.9 Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months. $2.00; 2 Years, $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor Miami 18, Florida, Friday, November 23, 1945 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 47 KISLEV 17, 5706 10 0 M*"***' l^>*^W* < i < m > ^IH^l^^^ BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 Digest of the mall received at Jewish Florldian goat office box. BEVIN SKIRTS THE ISSUE When dishonesty is added to indecision it makes an unsavory combination. On that count alone Bevin's proposal of an Anglo-American commission deserves the heap of criticism which has been levelled upon it from all sources. Admittedly, the Labor Government inherited a difficult problem in the Palestine issue. But to magnify the difficulty of the problem is either sheer chicanery or a deliberate attempt to escape a responsibility Surely the men who are now at the helm of the British Government knew all the intricacies of the problem before they came to office. Otherwise they would be forced to admit that they were lacking in gualifications to rule the country. How can Bevin and Attlee claim they had insufficient data on the Palestine guestion in the light of the score of pro-Jewish pronouncements that have been made by Britain's labor leaders. Are Bevin and Attlee prepared to admit that the British Labor Party was politically immature when its executive committee went on record in favor of a Jewish commonwealth in Palestine? If so, they should, in all honesty and frankness, abrogate to men who are politically mature. But that is not the gist of the guestion. Attlee, like his predecessors in office, has only British interests and British imperialism in mind, and, like his predecessors, he is totally devoid of moral scruples at least when Jewish lives are concerned. Palestine at this crucial moment in Jewish life is more than I a political issue—it is a moral issue, a humanitarian issue. Every shade of Jewish opinion is united that the only avenue of escape to the displaced and stateless Jews in Europe lies in Palestine Every official and unofficial report made of the Jewish situation in Europe has emphasized that the victimised Jews of Europe are united by a great bond—a desire to go to j Palestine. Why then a new inguiry? If the purpose of the inquiry is to show that no such desire exists, then it is obvious that the intent behind the proposed commission is not to make an objective study of the Palestine problem, but to justify British indecision, British inaction. The British Labor Party was on record against the wicked I and discriminatory White Paper when there were still millions of Jews in Europe? Will it stand for a White Paper policy by a Labor Government now when the Jewish population in Europe has been decimated to the point of extinction? Surely, the British Labor Party is strong enough to tell Bevin and Attlee that they must either follow Party policy or else relinquish their posts. TOWN HALL FORUM The series of lectures to be presented under the auspices of Town Hall Forum, Temple Israel and the Men's Club on Dec. 11, will have as its first start lecturer, Robert St. John. St. John, whose lecture is anticipated with great interest, is a noted War Correspondent, author and radio commentator. He has lived among the people of twenty-nine nations, involved in World War II. His book. "It's Always Tomorrow," was written against a war background. The committee states that the seating capacity of Miami Senior High School is only about 1200 and advises those desiring to attend, to secure their tickets now. Tickets may be had and reservations made through the Town Hall Forum, 137 N. E. 19th st., Miami; phone 9-1757 or 3-5858, or through any member of the Forum Committee. The other stars and their dates of appearance are Ray Joseph, Jan. 31; Max Hill, Feb. 26. and Erika Mann, April 23. CITY WIDE CHANUKA EVENT PLANNED The American Jewish Conference asks five-power commission to probe Tripoli riots which saw the massacre of over 100 Jewish adults and children in Tripoli, now under British military administration Barnet Hodes, Chicago's Corporation Counsel, headed a committee of five which took off November 15th for London, where an invitation will be presented to the preparatory commission of the United Nations Organization to locate its permanent headquarters in Chicago Congregation B'nai Jeshurun. America's oldest conservative synagogue, marks its 120th anniversary. A Birthday Fund for the rehabilitation and postwar expansion program of the Working Women's Council was launched at the 20th anniversary dinner of the Ninth National Convention of the Pioneer Women's Organization held in Cleveland Jewish refugees in the liberated concentration camps in Germany and Austria received 163.000 pounds of kosher food during the last six months from the Refugee-Immigration Division of the Agudath Israel Youth Council of America Monte Kandel. former Executive Director of the Coordinating Committee for the Fort Ontario Refugee Shelter, has joined the executive staff of the American ORT Federation. An initial gift of $10,000 from Samuel Lemberg, of Brooklyn, to the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation Commission to establish a loan fund for students at city colleges and state-supported universities was announced at the annual meeting of the Hillel Commission ... To help the Jews still in the displaced persons camps in Germany and Austria make the most constructive use of their lime, the Joint Distribution Committee is sending them large quantities of Yiddish literature Twenty-five car loads of clothing, shoes, tools and raw materials are being unloaded at a railway station near Milan, Italy, for distribution to homeless and distressed Jews in Italy and Austria. The findings of the most recent firsthand investigations into the conditions of the surviving Jews of Europe, particularly in Poland, Germany, Austria, and Hungary, now being completed by representatives of the Joint Distribution Committee, will be told at the annual meeting in New York next month. !" >AY, NOVBM-i SILVER ELECTED ZOA PRESIDENT (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) seeking to reduce Jewish Palestine "to another Ghetto," and of driving "loyal Jewish population of Palestine to active resistance in defense of their rights and position." "We recognize no legal barrier to the right of Jews freely to settle in Palestine and to rebuild a Jewish state," the resolutions said. Dr. Stephen S. Wise condemned the British Government and called upon President Truman to "wave aside the State Department negotiators and go back to his admirable starting point, and declare to the Prime Minister and The Capital Theatre will be the meeting place of a Chanukah Assembly sponsored by Beth David. Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom, Temple Israel and the Board of Jewish Education. The Assembly will be held on Sunday, Dec. 2, at 9:30 a. m. All Hebrew and Sunday schools will take part in the gathering which more than one thousand are expected to attend. A special Chanukah musical program is being planned and the audience will participate in community singing. A skit will also be presented. Two films are being shown through the courtesy of the Wometco Theatres. "It Happened in Springfield" and a cartoon. Book awards, honoring Jewish Book Month, will be presented. Refreshments will be served through the courtesy of the Sisterhoods of Beth David. Miami Beach Jewish Center, Temple Beth Sholom and Temple Israel. to the British Secretary of Foreign Affairs: 'I will not have my request to you annulled by a commission of inquiry'." Dr. Wise described the statement of Mr. Bevin as "a second White Paper." The Jews of Palestine, he said, "would not be fit to live and have a national home, if they did not resist every effort on the part of the Mandatory Power to prevent the coming of Jews into Palestine. No Jewish refugee entering Palestine is as lawless as the White Paper, or Mr. Bevin he added. Addressing a session devoted to the Jewish National Fund, which was presided over by Judge Morris Rothenberg, Dr. Abraham Granovsky, chairman of the JNF in Jerusalem, said CHEST ORGANIZATION MAKES REAL PROGRESS Organization for the Victory Campaign of the Community War Chest is proceeding with such enthusiasm that one of the most successful appeals in Dade County's history is assured. General Chairman Stanley C. Myers said. Under his leadership, all division chairmen have been selected and most have enlisted their group workers and key personnel. "We have good leadership, sound organization and determination." Myers declared. "Success is in the air. It seems that Dade County is about to take her place in the forefront of the communities which do an outstanding job of caring for its less fortunate." Tho campaign, which finances 23 local agencies of human service, and the 19 agencies of the National War Fund, is already under way, and reaches its climax the last two weeks in January. The Advance Gifts division, an innovation this year, already has pointed the way toward increased giving to meet increased needs. At its first meeting this week, a group of pioneer workers reported that every gift received in a sample solicitation was increased from 25 per cent to more than 100 per cent over last year. "TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER Xbktfy &*ificknii4 .By PHINEAS J. BIRON ANTI-SEMITIC FRONT Attention Defense organizations ... It is relatively unimJiortant whether Father Coughin is through or merely biding his time The Christian Front is very much alive ... It is no longer a strictly Catholic led organization Among its leaders as well as its rank and file are many Protestants The Christian Front is preparing to enter the political arena ... It feels that it no longer needs to hide behind "respectable" political fronts That is why Christian Front meetings are being prepared in every major city of the Union The "new" organizational genius who is promoting Christian Front political gatherings on a national scale is none other than Ainslee E. Homey, veteran anti-Semite whose record is well known to our Department of Justice Gerald L. K. Smith in his publication "The Cross and the Flag" dispenses advice to the Jews of America in the following paragraph "Rabbi Elmer Berger of Philadelphia (executive director of the American Council for Judaism) is experiencing considerable persecution from Zionist Jews. Rabbi Berger seems to be an American Firster Jews would do well to accept some practical advice from the Rabbi" ABOUT PERSONS Pierre van Passen whose 50th anniversary was celebrated as a major event in Melbourne. Australia will present the Reuben Brainin People's Library of Montreal with the original manuscript of his "The Forgotten Ally" at a special function on November 25th ... Is it true that Senator David I. Walsh, Chairman of the Senate Affairs Committee, is holding conferences to re-open the air waves for Father Coughlin? Rabbi Herschel Lymon travelled all the way from Oklahoma to Okinawa to officiate at the wedding of Capt. Gretchen Ruth Boody to Capt. Edward Siegel last month General Stillwell gave the bride away Friends of J. Robert Oppenheimber who is is credited with a major share in the invention of the atomic-bomb want him to run for Congress from California Danny Shapiro the songwriter is very proud these days His song "Please Mr. Truman. Play the Piano for Me" was given a special performance at the White House last week STORY OF THE WEEK We are indebted to Leonard Lyons for this priceless story "Next April Leonard Bernstein will conduct the world premiere of Marc Bliztein's "Airborne", the symphony which he wrote for the Air Force while he was in England After the composer had been at work for five months. Col. Jock Whitney sent for him and said: "We've given you free time, special billets and all conveniences these past few months Now we'd like to hear it." The audition took place in a home once occupied by Hugh Walpole junior officers arrived ^ ^ dier and a MaWS a Bt £ ***• ... CpL W B r ii£gl* • • He played his P ^c' n > vocal part^ K*wy v A ,.austed all vl llnis M the Major Genera V^ glanced at his watch %  ?"* I m late." The Rri„ ?" d Mid "Carry,,,," 'iPf^d'er C5 the exh "Carry on" andleft 01 ""^ derful", the junior* fc^ Garry On". The *££* left. praising you, and wanic finish it" cpl ffi & to ried on p, B mzs teincai. READERS GUIDE TU n KT Ml The November "Betar" pulledI by R article by David M. Krakow should not miss it iT.ff"! "Ibn Saud Speaks" B t* m would d You Miller's novel "Focus" "ff a book that should be'read timid Jews who accept the liS against "fascism":'. "{C S 4.000 volumes of Juffi £ been made available to 168 col legse from California to MaS and from Florida to Nortfom Canada by the Jewish Cha !" tauqua Society during the nwt four months These boob deal with authentic facts about Jews and Jewry's role in the development of the spirit and practice of democracy Sam uel J Goldfarb. of 1350'Broadway, New ^ ork, reminds us that Mr. Ernest Lens, the late Richard Beer Hoffman's son-in-law needs help You can help by subscribing to Len's Worthwhile Book Service Sam Goldfarb will tell you how MISCELLANY Congratulations to Josephine and Cherry Balaban, daughters of Barney Balaban, president of Paramount Pictures for collecting toys for the orphaned children of Europe under the auspices of the World Xmas Festival Bernard Bernstein. Chief financial adviser to General Eisenhower will leave his post very soon The autobiography of Henry Morgenthau, Jr., will appear early next year Henry Morgenthau kept a steno typed record of every conference ever held in his office while he was Secretary of the Treasury The two Jewish ex-champions Max Bai r and Maxie Rosenbloom are now a vaudeville team Yes it's true Hank Grecnberg the baseball star will marry an heiress of the Gimbel Department Store dynast ... Dr. Lise Meitner, the scientist of atomic fame will visit America this winter and lecture for three weeks at the Catholic University in Washington Jan Peerce mav do the behind the screen signing for the Enrico Caruso film now in preparation • • And in case you an interestedI trie father of Merrill Kenneth Wolf, the boy of Cleveland who graduated from Yale at the age of It the other day, is an attorney who defended E. Debs m tte sedition trials during Worm War I CHANUKA THEME OF MONTHLY MEETING that there was no reason for the present political crisis interfering with land colonization work. While we wait for the full abrogation of the White Paper we must not be idle," he said. "As an immediate step we propose to acquire 500,000 dunams of land. The Women's Division of v!ie American Jewish Congress will hold its regular Monthly Meeting, at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. 311 Washington ave.. Miami Beach, at 2 p. m. In the Spirit of Chanukah, Mrs. Benj. Sherry, Program Chairman, will present a Chanukah Candlelight Service. In this program will be Mesdames Frieda Leslie. Leon Kronish, Teresa Arnold. Estelle Kimball, Bob Treister, Beverly Grossman. Frieda Wolkenberg. Rose Kimball. and Bess Glasser. At this time Mrs. Moses Mescheloff will render a report on the Defense House Project, of which she is area chairman. In tribute to the late Mrs. Lillian G. Mills, Mrs. S. H. Leslies will deliver a eulogy. Mrs. Lucille Greenbaum, newly appointed chairman of hospitality, will be in charge of refreshments. She will be assisted by Mrs. Marsha Rabinowitz and a committee. This area can be purchased even under the present conditions because it is covered by negotiations already initiated." KEYSTONERS GROUP JOINS BEACH Y COUNCIL After a month's trial meetings at the Beach Y. the Kc stone Club ...ports pror its development far surpassing its former accomo ishments Previously unaffiuated %  any other group, the club, us* to meet at the house* members, coming to trie where they could bene itJrorn the guidance of the profession^ staff and contacts with otn youth groups. ( Since meeting at the • club has joined the Intnw*£ Council and has assuTnng£ sponsibility for the Cot" manship of the ^ JS Committee, charged h briM ing in reccon.nM.d.g £ additional services wnic ^, Council could render W community. .. The Keystone Club invjes' plications for membership u all boys from 15 '' 7: 30 They meet each Sunday at p. m. at the "Y. Danny is president. VICTORY BONDS BUY THEM ANYWHERE!


tlDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1945
ond Rally
jlackstone, Dec. 2
. a cnla bond rally and cabana
rtv is to bo held at the Black-
K,e Hotel Cabana Club and
brdens, Sunday evening. Dec.
at a p. m., under the auspices
[ the Breater Miami member-
Lp f B'nai B'rith
Moii' than two thousand per-
,n^ are expected to attend the
Bair which will be highlighted
v" n bond auction with scarce
|d valuable items of merchan-
[S(. offered as prizes to highest
Dnd bidders.
Mrs Dina Goldman and Marx
Linberg. co-chairmen, reported
1;l, prominent nightclubs and
tat,. celebrities will entertain,
j addition, a water carnival
Iow is scheduled.
An army orchestra, under the
ft,,.uon of Captain Swift,
becial Services officer, and
gt. Zeke Segal, will partici-
igti' in the program.
The B'nai B'rith Victory
pan committee headed by Lt.
; Albert Pallot and Sam W.
hapiro, reported $760,000 in
jctory Loan Bonds sold. It is
tpei'ted that the Blackstone af-
,ji- will enable B'nai B'rith to
ttain its quota of $2,000,000.
Tin committee in charge of
c Blackstone Victory Loan af-
ir consists of Dave Alper, Alex
,' Cohen, Sol Goldstrom, David
[. Isen, Joseph Lipton, Sam B.
filler, Burnett Roth, Sam W.
hapiro, Sam Silver, Ernest
lussman, George Talianoff, Paul
Feitzman, Harry Zuckernick,
lave Emmer and Mrs. Harold
lurk.
tULTURAL PROGRAM
The Jewish Peoples Fraternal
Jidei, Lodge No. 192, will spon-
oi a musical and cultural pro-
Iiam marking the Sixth Olgin
Jemorial, on Sunday, November
p. at 8:00 p.m. at Miami Beach
Public School Auditorium, Wash-
Igton Ave. and 14th St.
IAMI ZIONISTS TO ELECT
A meeting of the Greater Mi-
inu Zionist District will be held
it Beth David auditorium on
Riursday, November 29th, at 8
in. Election of officers and
Ixecutive board will be con-
flicted. An exhibition of Jew-
sh books will be displayed and
Palestinian moving picture
kill be shown.
^Jewisli fkrkAat)
COUNCIL WOMEN TO
CELEBRATEJHRTHDAY
Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women will bo
celebrating its silver anniversary
during 1946. To commemorate
twenty-five years of service in
this community, announcement
is being made of plans for the
gala dinner dance to be held
January 22 at the famous Co-
lonial Inn at Hollywood. Music
will be furnished by Xavier
Cugat and top flight entertain-
ment has been promised.
Committee in charge of ar-
rangements are Mrs. Stanley
a renling co-chairmen. Tickets
and reservations will be taken
care of by Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs.
Wm. Fair, Mrs. Joseph Kolber,
Mrs. Paul Barnett. Mrs. Irving
Kobley, Mrs. Frank Coret. Mrs
Bertram Scheur, Mrs. Joseph
Williamson and Mrs. Win.
Slepian.
PAGE SEVEN
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
SPONSORS GAME NIGHT
New Ased Auxiliary
Formed Here
SERVICEMEN'S
NOTES
On Saturday evening Decem-
ber 1 at 8:30 p. m., in the patio
of the Miami Beach Jewish i
Community Center, a gala af-!
fair will be held by the Sister- j
hood, with games, prizes and re-
freshments. Mrs. Nathan Stie- '
fel, Chairman of Ways and
Means, has selected as her spe-
cial Chairman for the event,
Mrs. Joseph Bcrman, with Co-
Chairmen Mrs. Samuel Lipton.
The committee includes the
Mesdames Alfred Stone, Sara
Levin, Freda Newman, Lillian
Oka, Bertram Scheuer, J. Stein,
M. Jullian, Bertram Scheuer,
Carl Suskind, E. Shackman, F.
Glazer.
The Refreshment Committee,
headed by Mr. Harry Boden-
stein, includes the Mesdames
Eva Osheroff, Ethel Rifkin,
Betty Feuer, Hattie Seligman,
Esther Stitzer, M. Wald, Jean
Schwartzman, Dora Goldberg
and J. Wolfman.
Prizes were donated by Lin-
coln Road merchants.
HOLLYWOOD SCHOOL OPEN
At a Victory Bond Drive held
on Sunday, Nov. 18, the Jewish
Community Center of Holly-
wood, and it's Auxiliary, sold
$35,100 worth of bonds. The
event was held on the lawn of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Fincke. Mr.
S. Zaconick did the auctioneer-
ing.
men convened last Monday, at
the btrath-Haven hotel as lunch-
eon guests of Mrs. Max Green-
berg and Mrs. Jacob Plotkin.
the purpose of this gathering
was to formulate plans for a
Woman s Auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, a plan
tnat has been initiated in all
cities in the state plan.
The meeting was presided
over by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry
who gave a message of welcome.
Mr. Monte Selig was the princi-
pal speaker of the afternoon. He
traced the history of the Home
up to its present affiliation with
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and stressed the hope
that everyone seeking the care
and service of the Home would
be enabled to secure assistance
in proposed larger quarters in
the near future. The present
Home,, 12th ave. and 4th st.. will
be available to receive its first
residents within a very short
time.
By acclamation Mrs. Benja-
min Sherry was selected as
president; Mrs. Harold Spaet,
Mrs. Max Greenberg, Mrs.
Michael Arnold, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Mrs. Benjamin Appel,
Mrs. Sam Ritter, vice-presidents;
Mrs. Jacob Plotkin, treasurer; ]
Mrs. Sylvia Goldberg, recording"
secretary; Mrs. Philip Weinberg,
financial secretary; Mrs. Rose [
Beck, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Jacob Chaves, Assistant
corresponding secretary.
Directors:
Mrs. Moses Krieger, Mrs. A.
M. W e i n s t e i n, Mrs. B. J.
Schwartz, Mrs. Rose Weiss, Mrs.
S. Aronstein, Mrs. A. J. Tobin.
Mrs. Gus Trau, Mrs. Daniel
Broad, Mrs. Sam Prosterman,
Mrs. Arthur Klein, Mrs. M. S.
Rubin, Mrs. Louis Miller, Mrs.
Chas. Ratner, Mrs. Max Lieber,
Mrs. Sam T. Sapiro, Mrs. Rose
Silonsky, Mrs. M. Meschelof,
Mrs. L. Kronish, Mrs. I. Pecker-
man, Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Mrs. H.
Perlish, Mrs. S. H. Leslie, Mrs.
Rhoda Levin, Mrs. Leopold Mar-
cus, Mrs. Martin Simmons, Mrs.
B. J. Schwartz, Mrs. B. J.
Schwartz, Mrs. J. Weisglass,
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs.
E. Barkan, Miss Clara Golden-
berg, Mrs. Nathan Glosser, Mrs.
Jos. Rose, Mrs. B. Zimmerman
and Mrs. I. Lehrman.
on a 30 day leave from Wake-
man General Hospital, Camp
Atterbury, Indiana, is dividing
his time between his brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
William N. Berson, 2400 S. W.
21st st., and his brother and sis-
ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Berson, who reside at 745 S. W.
2nd st. Private Berson, for-
merly of Akron, Ohio, served
with the First Division of the
First Army. He was overseas in
England and Germany for three
and a half years. Suffering the
loss of an eye, Private Berson
has spent the past year under
hospital treatment.
Lt. (senior grade) Martin B.
Greenberg, recently promoted
from Lieutenant (j.g.) is now
Commanding Officer of a fleet
mine sweeper, the "Broadbill."
Lt. Greenberg, who is now in
California, has been in service
three years. A graduate of the
University of Florida, Lt. Green-
berg is the son of Mr. Joseph
Greenberg, formerly of Miami
and now residing in Belle Glade,
Florida.
SERVICEMAN'S CAT ENDAR
Weekly serviceman's activi-
ties under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board:
Saturday night dance at the
Beach "Y", 1 Lincoln Road,
8:30 P. M. sponsored by the
Miami Beach Service League;
refreshments served; Sunday
morning Brunch, 10 a. m. at
the Beach "Y". sponsored by
B'nai B'rith; Sunday night
dance at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center,
1415 Euclid ave., at 8:30 p. m.,
sponsored by the Senior Hos-
tess Group. Refreshments
served; swimming cabana at
1 Lincoln Road in charge of
Rudy Adjer.
Buy More War Bonds.
Think, act. be American!
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
GET YOUR CONTEST BLANK AT ALL STORES AND JOIN
GUILD WINS
Name This
Man7 Contest
THIS MAN has been called a Pilgrim, a Red *g'J*SL*
Grape Grower. He is the trade mark on every bottle of wine
produced by members of the Wine Growers Guild of Loffl. Can
iornia, an agricultural association of four non-profit cooperanve
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.
Win $650 In Victory Bonds!
k
GRAND PRIZE-$200 VICTORY BOND
2ND PRIZE$100 Victory Bond
3RD PRIZE$50 Victory Bond
Next 12 Prizes-$25 Victory Bond Each
CONTEST RULES
H LD
C2
1. Each name submitted must be ac-
companied by the red cellulose seal
(or a reasonable facsimile) which can
be found at the top of >', ''"'I"
talner of Oulld Wine. Simply cut this
MAl and forward same together witn
your name selection on the contest
form.
4. Contest heKlns November 19th and
ends December 31st.
5. No employees of this 0"^
dul.Tica.e awards will be made.
I 111.
.. Kach name submitted must be ac-
companied by separate seal (or fac-
simile). You may submit as man}
names as you desire.
3. Names must be submitted on rcRU-
lar contest form. These forms are
obtainable free of charge at all retail
stores where wines are sold. president American National
Jud0 for prize .ward, will b. Mr. C. B. S^T'Mr George St. George, Browning
Miami; Mr. Paul Bruun, Miami c'fhin -fl'" "'"et- "'""-______________________
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APARTMENT WANTED
by
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Permanent Miami Resident.
Preferably Southwest Section
MRS. S. WEISS
Care of Jewish Floridlan
Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
Returning after over three
years' service in army
T. Douglas Sandberg, M. D.
announces re-opening of hi. of-
fices in temporary quarter, at 2506
Ponce de Leon Blvd., pending
completion of hi. permanent of.
fice. after Feb. 1, at 108 Giralda
Ave., Coral Gables, Fla.
Phones 4-55954-6474
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tlDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1945 %  ond Rally jlackstone, Dec. 2 A cnla bond rally and cabana %  rtv is to bo held at the BlackK,e Hotel Cabana Club and brdens, Sunday evening. Dec. at a p. m., under the auspices [ the Breater Miami memberLp „f B'nai B'rith Moii' than two thousand per, n ^ are expected to attend the Bai r which will be highlighted v n bond auction with scarce |d valuable items of merchan[ S( offered as prizes to highest D nd bidders. Mrs Dina Goldman and Marx Linberg. co-chairmen, reported 1;l prominent nightclubs and ta t,. celebrities will entertain, j addition, a water carnival I ow is scheduled. An army orchestra, under the ft,,.uon of Captain Swift, becial Services officer, and g t Zeke Segal, will particiigti' in the program. The B'nai B'rith Victory pan committee headed by Lt. ; Albert Pallot and Sam W. hapiro, reported $760,000 in jctory Loan Bonds sold. It is tpei'ted that the Blackstone af,jiwill enable B'nai B'rith to ttain its quota of $2,000,000. Tin committee in charge of c Blackstone Victory Loan afir consists of Dave Alper, Alex ,' Cohen, Sol Goldstrom, David [. Isen, Joseph Lipton, Sam B. filler, Burnett Roth, Sam W. hapiro, Sam Silver, Ernest lussman, George Talianoff, Paul Feitzman, Harry Zuckernick, lave Emmer and Mrs. Harold lurk. tULTURAL PROGRAM The Jewish Peoples Fraternal Jidei, Lodge No. 192, will sponoi a musical and cultural proIiam marking the Sixth Olgin Jemorial, on Sunday, November p. at 8:00 p.m. at Miami Beach Public School Auditorium, WashIgton Ave. and 14th St. IAMI ZIONISTS TO ELECT A meeting of the Greater Miinu Zionist District will be held it Beth David auditorium on Riursday, November 29th, at 8 in. Election of officers and Ixecutive board will be conflicted. An exhibition of Jewsh books will be displayed and Palestinian moving picture kill be shown. ^Jewisli fkrkAat) COUNCIL WOMEN TO CELEBRATEJHRTHDAY Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women will bo celebrating its silver anniversary during 1946. To commemorate twenty-five years of service in this community, announcement is being made of plans for the gala dinner dance to be held January 22 at the famous Colonial Inn at Hollywood. Music will be furnished by Xavier Cugat and top flight entertainment has been promised. Committee in charge of arrangements are Mrs. Stanley a renling co-chairmen. Tickets and reservations will be taken care of by Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs. Wm. Fair, Mrs. Joseph Kolber, Mrs. Paul Barnett. Mrs. Irving Kobley, Mrs. Frank Coret. Mrs Bertram Scheur, Mrs. Joseph Williamson and Mrs. Win. Slepian. PAGE SEVEN BEACH JEWISH CENTER SPONSORS GAME NIGHT New Ased Auxiliary Formed Here SERVICEMEN'S NOTES On Saturday evening December 1 at 8:30 p. m., in the patio of the Miami Beach Jewish i Community Center, a gala af-! fair will be held by the Sisterj hood, with games, prizes and refreshments. Mrs. Nathan Stie' fel, Chairman of Ways and Means, has selected as her special Chairman for the event, Mrs. Joseph Bcrman, with CoChairmen Mrs. Samuel Lipton. The committee includes the Mesdames Alfred Stone, Sara Levin, Freda Newman, Lillian Oka, Bertram Scheuer, J. Stein, M. Jullian, Bertram Scheuer, Carl Suskind, E. Shackman, F. Glazer. The Refreshment Committee, headed by Mr. Harry Bodenstein, includes the Mesdames Eva Osheroff, Ethel Rifkin, Betty Feuer, Hattie Seligman, Esther Stitzer, M. Wald, Jean Schwartzman, Dora Goldberg and J. Wolfman. Prizes were donated by Lincoln Road merchants. HOLLYWOOD SCHOOL OPEN At a Victory Bond Drive held on Sunday, Nov. 18, the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, and it's Auxiliary, sold $35,100 worth of bonds. The event was held on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. H. Fincke. Mr. S. Zaconick did the auctioneering. men convened last Monday, at the btrath-Haven hotel as luncheon guests of Mrs. Max Greenberg and Mrs. Jacob Plotkin. the purpose of this gathering was to formulate plans for a Woman s Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, a plan tnat has been initiated in all cities in the state plan. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry who gave a message of welcome. Mr. Monte Selig was the principal speaker of the afternoon. He traced the history of the Home up to its present affiliation with The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and stressed the hope that everyone seeking the care and service of the Home would be enabled to secure assistance in proposed larger quarters in the near future. The present Home,, 12th ave. and 4th st.. will be available to receive its first residents within a very short time. By acclamation Mrs. Benjamin Sherry was selected as president; Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs. Max Greenberg, Mrs. Michael Arnold, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Mrs. Sam Ritter, vice-presidents; Mrs. Jacob Plotkin, treasurer; ] Mrs. Sylvia Goldberg, recording" secretary; Mrs. Philip Weinberg, financial secretary; Mrs. Rose [ Beck, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jacob Chaves, Assistant corresponding secretary. Directors: Mrs. Moses Krieger, Mrs. A. M. W e i n s t e i n, Mrs. B. J. Schwartz, Mrs. Rose Weiss, Mrs. S. Aronstein, Mrs. A. J. Tobin. Mrs. Gus Trau, Mrs. Daniel Broad, Mrs. Sam Prosterman, Mrs. Arthur Klein, Mrs. M. S. Rubin, Mrs. Louis Miller, Mrs. Chas. Ratner, Mrs. Max Lieber, Mrs. Sam T. Sapiro, Mrs. Rose Silonsky, Mrs. M. Meschelof, Mrs. L. Kronish, Mrs. I. Peckerman, Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Mrs. H. Perlish, Mrs. S. H. Leslie, Mrs. Rhoda Levin, Mrs. Leopold Marcus, Mrs. Martin Simmons, Mrs. B. J. Schwartz, Mrs. B. J. Schwartz, Mrs. J. Weisglass, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. E. Barkan, Miss Clara Goldenberg, Mrs. Nathan Glosser, Mrs. Jos. Rose, Mrs. B. Zimmerman and Mrs. I. Lehrman. on a 30 day leave from Wakeman General Hospital, Camp Atterbury, Indiana, is dividing his time between his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William N. Berson, 2400 S. W. 21st st., and his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berson, who reside at 745 S. W. 2nd st. Private Berson, formerly of Akron, Ohio, served with the First Division of the First Army. He was overseas in England and Germany for three and a half years. Suffering the loss of an eye, Private Berson has spent the past year under hospital treatment. Lt. (senior grade) Martin B. Greenberg, recently promoted from Lieutenant (j.g.) is now Commanding Officer of a fleet mine sweeper, the "Broadbill." Lt. Greenberg, who is now in California, has been in service three years. A graduate of the University of Florida, Lt. Greenberg is the son of Mr. Joseph Greenberg, formerly of Miami and now residing in Belle Glade, Florida. SERVICEMAN'S CAT ENDAR Weekly serviceman's activities under the auspices of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board: Saturday night dance at the Beach "Y", 1 Lincoln Road, 8:30 P. M.„ sponsored by the Miami Beach Service League; refreshments served; Sunday morning Brunch, 10 a. m. at the Beach "Y". sponsored by B'nai B'rith; Sunday night dance at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid ave., at 8:30 p. m., sponsored by the Senior Hostess Group. Refreshments served; swimming cabana at 1 Lincoln Road in charge of Rudy Adjer. • Buy More War Bonds. Think, act. be American! Buy War Bonds and Stamps. GET YOUR CONTEST BLANK AT ALL STORES AND JOIN GUILD WINS Name This Man 7 Contest THIS MAN has been called a Pilgrim, a Red *£g'J*SL* Grape Grower. He is the trade mark on every bottle of wine produced by members of the Wine Growers Guild of Loffl. Can iornia, an agricultural association of four non-profit cooperanve 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. Win $650 In Victory Bonds! k GRAND PRIZE-$200 VICTORY BOND 2ND PRIZE—$100 Victory Bond 3RD PRIZE—$50 Victory Bond Next 12 Prizes-$25 Victory Bond Each CONTEST RULES H LD C2 1. Each name submitted must be accompanied by the red cellulose seal (or a reasonable facsimile) which can be found at the top of >', ''"'I" talner of Oulld Wine. Simply cut this MAl and forward same together witn your name selection on the contest form. 4 Contest he K lns November 19th and ends December 31st. 5. No employees of this 0 !" ^ dul.Tica.e awards will be made. I 111. .. Kach name submitted must be accompanied by separate seal (or facsimile). You may submit as man} names as you desire. 3. Names must be submitted on rcRUlar contest form. These forms are obtainable free of charge at all retail stores where wines are sold. president American National Jud 0 „ for prize .ward, will b. Mr. C. B. S^T'Mr George St. George, Browning Miami; Mr. Paul Bruun, Miami c 'fhin %  fl'" "'" et "'"" %  Gl'II'l* dealer. Bank, -King APARTMENT WANTED by VETERAN AND WIFE Permanent Miami Resident. Preferably Southwest Section MRS. S. WEISS Care of Jewish Floridlan Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida Returning after over three years' service in army T. Douglas Sandberg, M. D. announces re-opening of hi. offices in temporary quarter, at 2506 Ponce de Leon Blvd., pending completion of hi. permanent of. fice. after Feb. 1, at 108 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. Phones 4-5595—4-6474 RACING feu POST P.M. 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PAGE EIGHT
Je*istncrldter
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BETH SHOLOM
DEDICATION NOV. 28
(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1)
daism," "The Faith of a Liberal
Jew," and has contributed arti-
cles to "The Universal Jewish
Encyclopedia," "The Encyclope-
dia of Jewish Knowledge." and
others.
He holds the commission of
Captain on the Bridgage Staff of
the Connecticut State Guard, is
Chaplain of the U. S. Veterans
Hospital in Newington, Conn.;
president of the Hartford Council
of Adult Education, president of
the West Hartford Public Library,
and is editor of Jewish Ledger
(weekly).
The Community House, open
WEST FLAGLER TRACK
BREAKS MUTUEL RECORD
SAMUEL KELEMER
Cantor, Temple Beth Sholom
for the first time to the public,
will have adequate facilities to
accommodate both the Temple
activities and other community
organizations. It has a social hall
with stage and kitchen facilities
accommodating 300 people. Spe-
cial rooms have been built for
crafts, scout troops, library and
other special interest groups. Ten
classrooms are available on the
second floor of the structure. The
main floor houses the Temple
and an auditorium not yet com-
pleted, board room. Rabbis study
and Temple offices. It is esti-
mated that $50,000 will be spent
in preparing the building for use.
The present building will remain
until conditions permit the erec-
tion of a Temple on property just
south of the structure now owned
by the organization.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE is HEREBY QITEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
Jn business under the fictitious name
of PLASTIC MODES at 41ul! N. Mi-
ami Avenue, Intend to register aaid
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Iiade County, Florida.
ALUKN ItL'HIN
KUNAI.D U. DAVIS
ISAAC JOFFK.
Attorney for Applicants
1 li ll/!--16-2t
Lobby Floor duPont Bldg., Miami
205 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
The fans, 9,202. were present
at the opening of West Flagler
Kennel Club Tuesday evening,
to wager $214,531 through the
mutuel windows before the eve-
ning was over as their welcome
to the start of Miami's winter
dog racing season.
It was a gala crowdMiami's
first peace-time turnout for grey-
hound racing and quite in con-
trast with last year, there were
fewer fans in uniform.
The crowd started coming early
and space in the kennel parking
lot was soon exhausted. For the
first time since the United States
was plunged Into World War II
the Miami Transit Co. operated
special busses direct to the Hack.
More than 5.000 fans were on
hand at 7:10 p.m. and they kept
pouring in. The congestion in
front of the mutuel windows was
terrific.
But it was a good natured
crowd and President Jake Sher
and General Manager William
Huntley had taken precautions to
see that everything would go off
as smoothly as possible on the
opening night.
"I was confident that we are
headed for a record season." said
President Sher. 'This turnout
proves it. I think Florida's win-
ter spoils season will be the
greatest in history. It can't
miss."
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What Goes Up^
Must Conie Down!


ES, and the higher it soars, the harder it fallsl
That, in a nutshell, is the logic of inflation.
Pay more than a thing is worth, just because it'i
scarce, and it's going to cost more to produce
that article than it's worth. Get a lot of people
bidding senselessly for scarce items, and the
vicious spiral begins. Wages and prices soar
higher and higher until your day's pay is literall;
worth less than a plugged nickel.
Then, inevitably, the bottom drops out of the
whole thing .,. wages, prices, and values explode
... and economic, political, and social ruin is the
result. It happened in Germany after the last war-
It can happen herel
Let's head off inflation before it gets startedl
Let's not pay a penny more than any article is
worthy and let's all abide by ceiling prices.
And let's not buy a lot of stuff we don't really
need. Let's wait until full reconversion brings us
our choice of new improved merchandise., .the
very best our money can buy.
Let's keep our feet on the ground and our
pocketbooks, tool
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PAGE EIGHT Je*istncrldter 1 i BETH SHOLOM DEDICATION NOV. 28 (CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1) daism," "The Faith of a Liberal Jew," and has contributed articles to "The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia," "The Encyclopedia of Jewish Knowledge." and others. He holds the commission of Captain on the Bridgage Staff of the Connecticut State Guard, is Chaplain of the U. S. Veterans Hospital in Newington, Conn.; president of the Hartford Council of Adult Education, president of the West Hartford Public Library, and is editor of Jewish Ledger (weekly). The Community House, open WEST FLAGLER TRACK BREAKS MUTUEL RECORD SAMUEL KELEMER Cantor, Temple Beth Sholom for the first time to the public, will have adequate facilities to accommodate both the Temple activities and other community organizations. It has a social hall with stage and kitchen facilities accommodating 300 people. Special rooms have been built for crafts, scout troops, library and other special interest groups. Ten classrooms are available on the second floor of the structure. The main floor houses the Temple and an auditorium not yet completed, board room. Rabbis study and Temple offices. It is estimated that $50,000 will be spent in preparing the building for use. The present building will remain until conditions permit the erection of a Temple on property just south of the structure now owned by the organization. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HEREBY QITEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage Jn business under the fictitious name of PLASTIC MODES at 41ul! N. Miami Avenue, Intend to register aaid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Iiade County, Florida. ALUKN ItL'HIN KUNAI.D U. DAVIS ISAAC JOFFK. Attorney for Applicants 1 li ll/!--16-2t Lobby Floor duPont Bldg., Miami 205 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach The fans, 9,202. were present at the opening of West Flagler Kennel Club Tuesday evening, to wager $214,531 through the mutuel windows before the evening was over as their welcome to the start of Miami's winter dog racing season. It was a gala crowd—Miami's first peace-time turnout for greyhound racing and quite in contrast with last year, there were fewer fans in uniform. The crowd started coming early and space in the kennel parking lot was soon exhausted. For the first time since the United States was plunged Into World War II the Miami Transit Co. operated special busses direct to the Hack. More than 5.000 fans were on hand at 7:10 p.m. and they kept pouring in. The congestion in front of the mutuel windows was terrific. But it was a good natured crowd and President Jake Sher and General Manager William Huntley had taken precautions to see that everything would go off as smoothly as possible on the opening night. "I was confident that we are headed for a record season." said President Sher. '•This turnout proves it. I think Florida's winter spoils season will be the greatest in history. It can't miss." VICTORY LOAN BUY THEM ANYWHERE! PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK. No Job Too Large or To Small Estimate* Cheerfully Given • PHONE 3-6924 • Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court ZIONIST LUNCHEON Mrs. Max Dobrin was the speaker at the meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon EASY METHOD AUTODRIVING INSTRUCTION DUAL-CONTROLLED CARS "BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY" 2920 Douglas Road Phone 4-3628 I'alent Tending !" E5* NOVEMBER Club at the Strand i Wednesday. it*T> tine" was th_ at the gathering. question FLUORESCENT U GBT8 LABORATORY m.KANDEL ELECTRIC Co H. A. BINDER—A MAN WITHAPLAN" LIFE MEMBER—MILLION DOLLAR ROUND TABLE Under my plan beneficiaries have received more tha \ increase from their present policies at no aMUmi premium cost. nal H. ABinder, Suite No. 615 OlympiaBldq "IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU" JACK LARRIMORE BILL HANKS TRAIL Service Station American Oil Products —Amoco Gas COMPLETE LUBRICATION SERVICE TIRES AND TUBES 701 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-2740 %  What Goes Up^ Must Conie Down! • ES, and the higher it soars, the harder it fallsl That, in a nutshell, is the logic of inflation. Pay more than a thing is worth, just because it'i scarce, and it's going to cost more to produce that article than it's worth. Get a lot of people bidding senselessly for scarce items, and the vicious spiral begins. Wages and prices soar higher and higher until your day's pay is literall; worth less than a plugged nickel. Then, inevitably, the bottom drops out of the whole thing .,. wages, prices, and values explode ... and economic, political, and social ruin is the result. It happened in Germany after the last warIt can happen herel Let's head off inflation before it gets startedl Let's not pay a penny more than any article is worthy and let's all abide by ceiling prices. And let's not buy a lot of stuff we don't really need. Let's wait until full reconversion brings us our choice of new improved merchandise., .the very best our money can buy. Let's keep our feet on the ground and our pocketbooks, tool This Message Published as a Public Service by BELCHER OIL COMPANY


HDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1945
fJewistiricridtiaun
PAGE NINE
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVE ISEN
At the regular Tuesday night
pPtinB of November 13th. the
Iholom Lodge of B'nai B'rith met
ft Beth David. After a very
easant evening of entertain-
ment put on by the AZA boys,
Ke Lodge got down to the seri-
Tus business of the evening which
bus the nomination of officers
d'i- the coming year. The fol-
lowing were nominated:
, president, E. Albert Pallot;
hist Vice-President, Nat Roth;
Jecond Vice-President, Sam Sil-
fei- Recording Secretary, Mau-
fctl." Ciomcr; Financial Secretary,
yex Cohen; Treasurer. S. B.
filler; Monitor, Burnett Roth;
Usistant Monitor, Marx Fein-
Erg; Guardian, John Kronen-
feld; Warden, Jerome Weinkle;
trustees, Isaac Levin, 3 years;
Dr. Herman Meyers, 3 years; Ely
Stone, 2 years; Nathan Adelman,
year; Earnest Sussman, 1 year;
larry Markowitz, 1 year; Samuel
Eoldman, 1 year; Al Quadow, 1
fear; Leo Ackerman, 1 year;
Bernard Speetor, 1 year.
You will notice that E. Albert
pullnt is to be the new President
fcnd it is with a great deal of
fctisfaction that we realize that
1 will once again be at the helm
,_ continue the good work which
'resident Harold Turk has per-
formed during the last year. We
bow that with the great num-
er "f demits to the Miami Beach
LociK''. Al Pallot will have his
vork cut out for him to stimu-
late interest and to secure new
nembers for the Lodge. We arc
looking forward to a year of
friendly rivalry between Miami
gnd Miami Beach which will re-
sult in a rapid growth for each
Of them and in addition, a much
greater contribution to the com-
nunity at large because of their
{expanded efforts in civic affairs.
Third Vice-President, David Iscn;
Recording Secretary, Jack Burns;
Treasurer, Sol Goldstrom; Finan-
cial Secretary, Daniel Broad;
Monitor, Harold Turk; Assistant
Monitor, Albeit H. Saperstein-
A. L. Perper; Warden, Garry
Glatt; Guardian, Dr. N. S. Gil-
bert; Trustees: Paul Greene.
Harry Cornblum, Irving Frankel,
Jake Felt, Matthew Silverstein,
Sam Shapiro. Dave Phillips. Jack
August. Emanuel Goldstrich,
Paul Weitzman, Harry Magid.
You will notice that those
whose names appear above as
unopposed for election are there-
fore to be our new officers for
the coming year in those particu-
lar offices. We are therefore par-
ticularly happy to congratulate
George Bertman on whose shoul-
ders will fall the responsibility of
making the Miami Beach Lodge
of B'nai B'rith the finest and
largest in the country.
1'he elections for both Lodges
will be held at the first meetings
in December. It is most impor-
tant that all members be present
to vote at these elections.
Tuesday night, November 20th,
Ithe Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith was treated to a very fine
Kalk by Dr. A. W. Gottschall.
[Florida director of the National
Conference of Christians and
|jl'\VS.
One of the highlights of the
[meeting was the bringing in of
43 new members by Mr. A. L.
perper, 13 by Mr. Sam Shapiro
land eight by Mr. Dave Alper.
[These gentlemen show how easy
[it is to secure new members if
[one will just make up his mind
[to get them. From now on. any
[individual bringing in only a
[single member will find his work
[surpassed many times over by
|his fellow Ben Briths.
The nominations for officers for
Ithe coming year for the Beach
|Lodge are as follows:
President, George Bertman;
[First Vice-President, Martin Ge-
[net-Walter Kovner; Second Vice-
|Pi tsident, Harry Zukernick;
All members and their friends
are urged to set aside the eve-
ning of December 2nd for the
gala War Bond Rally and Water
Show to be held at the Black-
stone Hotel. Those of you who
enjoyed our last rally there can
look forward to even a finer eve-
ning than before. Among the
features will be a water ballet,
several acts, dancing under the
moon, refreshmentsall in all, a
perfect evening to start the social
season. The hard work being
put forth by Co-Chairmen Marx
Feinberg and Dina Goldman as-
sures us of an unusually success-
ful affair.
THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
QUESTION: What is a "Mik-
veh"?
B'NAI B'RITH HEADS
SPEAK AT LAKELAND
AMUSEMENT PARK OK'D BY
MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION
Princess Park, known as Flor-
ida's Coney Island, has received
an enthusiastic reception by
Greater Miami residents. Lo-
cated at 6800 W. Flagler. the
amusement park offers direct
transportation by bus 16, provid-
ing an atmosphere of fun for the
entire family.
The amusement park offers
dancing, thrill rides and educa-
tional exhibits. It has received
the approval of the Ministerial
and Teachers Association of Dade
County. There is no gambling,
no games of chance and no liquor
allowed by the management.
ANSWER: The word "Mikveh"
comes from a Hebrew root that
designates the act of "gather-
ing"'. The term "Mikveh
Mayim" is used frequently in
the Bible to mean "a gathering
of water". Colloquically, how-
ever, the term "Mikveh" came to
be known as the term denoting
the bathing place where the im-
pure take their ritual bath, in
order to be purified. It actually
consists of a pool which has been
started by naturally gathered
water. Technically speaking, at
least the first one hundred and
sixty gallons of water must have
been naturally gathered, i.e.,
without the direct air of an arti-
ficially made receptacle or the
human hand. It is required that
married women immerse in this
body of water (which at each re-
fill must have the required natu-
ral base) after a certain period
after each menstrual cycle, and
that the bride immerse herself
before her wedding. It is also
used to immerse new glass and
silver utensils. Many pious men
immerse in it before the Sab-
bath and before holidays.
QUESTION: Why does thf
Jewish law require such immer-
sions.
ANSWER: The Talmudic lit-
erature has based this require-
ment upon certain derivatives
from the Bible. In Biblical lit-
erature water has always been
designated as a purifying agent.
Natural flowing waters have
been designated as not only
agents of physical cleanliness,
but also of spiritual purity. It
is a self-evident fact that stag-
nant water is a breeding place
of germs and disease while
much parasites couldn't exist in
a natural stream of running
water. Besides this, the com-
plete physical immersion in
natural waters, which are re-
quired by law to touch every
party of the body, implies a
great moral precept. Man is
considered at his spirtual height
when he is completely in line
with the forces of Universe,
, meaning consequently that he is
Mr. George Talianoff of the
Anti-Defamation League, and
Mr. Harold Turk, Florida State
Chairman of the Membership
Drive Committee of B'nai B'rith,
addressed a meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Lodge at Lakeland Mon-
day evening. Mr. Turk spoke on
membership in the organization,
while Mr. Talianoff gave a dis-
course on the aims and activities
of the Anti-Defamation League.
Mr. Talianoff goes to West Palm
Beach on the 27th to speak be-
fore the Lodge in that city. Mr.
Gilbert J. Balkin has arrived
here to assume his duties as as-
sistant to Mr. Talianoff.
in complete harmony with the
will of God. Being immersed in
natural waters would therefore
superimpose the feeling of one-
neses, purity and religion upon
the individual. It would there-
fore logically follow that the
bride or the married women
after the menstrual period, who
are in need of purity and in-
spiration in order to continue
their lives in harmony with the
will of the Creator who has cre-
ated male and female for an
ideal purpose, should immerse in
a naturally gathered body of
water.
HOME STUDY GROUPS
Home Study Groups for ten or
more students arc being arranged
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, assisted by Beth David Con-
gregation. A teacher is sent to
the home to teach Hebrew to the
students.
ask for
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HDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1945 fJewistiricridtiaun PAGE NINE B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By DAVE ISEN At the regular Tuesday night pPtinB of November 13th. the Iholom Lodge of B'nai B'rith met ft Beth David. After a very %  easant evening of entertainment put on by the AZA boys, Ke Lodge got down to the seriTus business of the evening which BUS the nomination of officers %  D'Ithe coming year. The following were nominated: president, E. Albert Pallot; hist Vice-President, Nat Roth; Jecond Vice-President, Sam SilfeiRecording Secretary, Maufc tl ." Ciomcr; Financial Secretary, y ex Cohen; Treasurer. S. B. filler; Monitor, Burnett Roth; Usistant Monitor, Marx FeinErg; Guardian, John Kronenfeld; Warden, Jerome Weinkle; trustees, Isaac Levin, 3 years; Dr. Herman Meyers, 3 years; Ely Stone, 2 years; Nathan Adelman, year; Earnest Sussman, 1 year; larry Markowitz, 1 year; Samuel Eoldman, 1 year; Al Quadow, 1 fear; Leo Ackerman, 1 year; Bernard Speetor, 1 year. You will notice that E. Albert pullnt is to be the new President fcnd it is with a great deal of fctisfaction that we realize that 1 will once again be at the helm ,_ continue the good work which 'resident Harold Turk has performed during the last year. We bow that with the great numer "f demits to the Miami Beach LociK''. Al Pallot will have his vork cut out for him to stimulate interest and to secure new nembers for the Lodge. We arc looking forward to a year of friendly rivalry between Miami gnd Miami Beach which will result in a rapid growth for each Of them and in addition, a much greater contribution to the comnunity at large because of their {expanded efforts in civic affairs. Third Vice-President, David Iscn; Recording Secretary, Jack Burns; Treasurer, Sol Goldstrom; Financial Secretary, Daniel Broad; Monitor, Harold Turk; Assistant Monitor, Albeit H. SapersteinA. L. Perper; Warden, Garry Glatt; Guardian, Dr. N. S. Gilbert; Trustees: Paul Greene. Harry Cornblum, Irving Frankel, Jake Felt, Matthew Silverstein, Sam Shapiro. Dave Phillips. Jack August. Emanuel Goldstrich, Paul Weitzman, Harry Magid. You will notice that those whose names appear above as unopposed for election are therefore to be our new officers for the coming year in those particular offices. We are therefore particularly happy to congratulate George Bertman on whose shoulders will fall the responsibility of making the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith the finest and largest in the country. 1'he elections for both Lodges will be held at the first meetings in December. It is most important that all members be present to vote at these elections. Tuesday night, November 20th, Ithe Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai %  B'rith was treated to a very fine Kalk by Dr. A. W. Gottschall. [Florida director of the National Conference of Christians and |jl'\VS. One of the highlights of the [meeting was the bringing in of %  43 new members by Mr. A. L. perper, 13 by Mr. Sam Shapiro land eight by Mr. Dave Alper. [These gentlemen show how easy [it is to secure new members if [one will just make up his mind [to get them. From now on. any [individual bringing in only a [single member will find his work [surpassed many times over by |his fellow Ben Briths. The nominations for officers for Ithe coming year for the Beach |Lodge are as follows: President, George Bertman; [First Vice-President, Martin Ge[net-Walter Kovner; Second Vice|Pi tsident, Harry Zukernick; All members and their friends are urged to set aside the evening of December 2nd for the gala War Bond Rally and Water Show to be held at the Blackstone Hotel. Those of you who enjoyed our last rally there can look forward to even a finer evening than before. Among the features will be a water ballet, several acts, dancing under the moon, refreshments—all in all, a perfect evening to start the social season. The hard work being put forth by Co-Chairmen Marx Feinberg and Dina Goldman assures us of an unusually successful affair. THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) QUESTION: What is a "Mikveh"? B'NAI B'RITH HEADS SPEAK AT LAKELAND AMUSEMENT PARK OK'D BY MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION Princess Park, known as Florida's Coney Island, has received an enthusiastic reception by Greater Miami residents. Located at 6800 W. Flagler. the amusement park offers direct transportation by bus 16, providing an atmosphere of fun for the entire family. The amusement park offers dancing, thrill rides and educational exhibits. It has received the approval of the Ministerial and Teachers Association of Dade County. There is no gambling, no games of chance and no liquor allowed by the management. ANSWER: The word "Mikveh" comes from a Hebrew root that designates the act of "gathering"'. The term "Mikveh Mayim" is used frequently in the Bible to mean "a gathering of water". Colloquically, however, the term "Mikveh" came to be known as the term denoting the bathing place where the impure take their ritual bath, in order to be purified. It actually consists of a pool which has been started by naturally gathered water. Technically speaking, at least the first one hundred and sixty gallons of water must have been naturally gathered, i.e., without the direct air of an artificially made receptacle or the human hand. It is required that married women immerse in this body of water (which at each refill must have the required natural base) after a certain period after each menstrual cycle, and that the bride immerse herself before her wedding. It is also used to immerse new glass and silver utensils. Many pious men immerse in it before the Sabbath and before holidays. QUESTION: Why does thf Jewish law require such immersions. ANSWER: The Talmudic literature has based this requirement upon certain derivatives from the Bible. In Biblical literature water has always been designated as a purifying agent. Natural flowing waters have been designated as not only agents of physical cleanliness, but also of spiritual purity. It is a self-evident fact that stagnant water is a breeding place of germs and disease while much parasites couldn't exist in a natural stream of running water. Besides this, the complete physical immersion in natural waters, which are required by law to touch every party of the body, implies a great moral precept. Man is considered at his spirtual height when he is completely in line with the forces of Universe, meaning consequently that he is Mr. George Talianoff of the Anti-Defamation League, and Mr. Harold Turk, Florida State Chairman of the Membership Drive Committee of B'nai B'rith, addressed a meeting of the B'nai B'rith Lodge at Lakeland Monday evening. Mr. Turk spoke on membership in the organization, while Mr. Talianoff gave a discourse on the aims and activities of the Anti-Defamation League. Mr. Talianoff goes to West Palm Beach on the 27th to speak before the Lodge in that city. Mr. Gilbert J. Balkin has arrived here to assume his duties as assistant to Mr. Talianoff. in complete harmony with the will of God. Being immersed in natural waters would therefore superimpose the feeling of oneneses, purity and religion upon the individual. It would therefore logically follow that the bride or the married women after the menstrual period, who are in need of purity and inspiration in order to continue their lives in harmony with the will of the Creator who has created male and female for an ideal purpose, should immerse in a naturally gathered body of water. HOME STUDY GROUPS Home Study Groups for ten or more students arc being arranged by the Bureau of Jewish Education, assisted by Beth David Congregation. A teacher is sent to the home to teach Hebrew to the students. ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! LURIE NOVELTY CO. 119 S. Miami Ave. PARTY HATS & NOISE MAKERS Souvenirs—Gifts—Novelties Special Consideration Given to Clubs Visit Our Showroom 119 S. Miami Ave. ..* %  f&e.

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PAGE TEN
*Jelstncrktian
Face Facts
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Fla. ADL Director
One of the most significant
films released in recent years,
"It Happened In Springfield." is
being exhibited in theatres
throughout Dade County.
Telling the inspiring and grip-
ping story of the "Springfield
Plan" of every day democracy as
followed with such success in the
public schools of Springfield,
Mass., this impressive offering
brings to the screen a vital mes-
sage which should be seen by
all Americans of whatever re-
ligious belief or creed.
Briefly, the picture relates the
fast-moving events which befall
a beloved foreign-born American
citizen, after he has incurred the
wrath of a local political boss.
Angered by his refusal to swing
an election his way, the boss in-
vites the town hoodlums into a
Nazi-like attack on the old man
and his small stationery store.
A teacher seeing the unprovoked
tragedy, offers to take the store-
keeper's wounded soldier-son to
Springfield where she teaches. In
an endeavor to restore the young
man's confidence in the American
way of life, she guides him
through a few of the schools
where the plan is currently in
effect.
What the veteran sees reaf-
firms his belief in our country,
and provides a most pointed
message.
"It Happened In Springfield"
is a pictorial salute to the way
of life and of thinking which our
servicemen fought to preserve.
Considerable positive thinking
will be stimulated by this ex-
tremely effective picture, which
has received the endorsement of
key educators and civic leaders
all over the country.
RELEASED VETERAN
OPENS DENTAL OFFICE
Dr. E. G. Blasberg, formerly
captain in the United States
Army, has opened offices at 1771
Biscayne Blvd., following his re-
cent release from the armed
forces. Dr. Blasberg, who prac-
ticed dentistry in Columbus,
Ohio, prior to "his induction, was
in the army for five years. His
first assignment was at the Sta-
tion Hospital, Camp Blanding.
where for 17 months he served
on the Mobile Induction Board
of the State of Florida and was
also in charge of the Oral Surg-
ery Department. Following this
period. Dr. Blasberg was sta-
tioned in Honolulu where he
Served with the Provost Marshall
and the Military Government.
His final post was Chief of Den-
tal Service. 8th Station Hospital,
taking care of casualties from
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Friday. Nov. 16th. at 5 P. M.
With Banquet Dinner
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James Lilley. one of America's
leading restaliranteers was host
to hundreds of his friends at the
opening of Lilley's Restaurant
and Cocktail Lounge, 829 Bis-
cayne Blvd.
The new decorations executed
by Walter Hay. who has become
famous for his decorative work
at Longchamps, won the admira-
tion of all.
Jose Toronto and his Rhumba
Vagabonds delighted the audi-
ence as did Sporn & Dukoff, the
aristocrats of melody.
ARMY RETURNS HOTEL
The President Madison, swank I
ocean-front 206-room hostelry of i
Miami Beach, covering the entire I
block between 38th and 39th Sts. I
on Collins Ave.. was returned :
from the Army yesterday. The
President Madison was taken
over by the Army in November, j
1942. i
Albert Grossman, managing di- I
rector, announces the hotel will
open for the season on December I
15th and the hotel is being ex- I
tensively redecorated and newly !
equipped and furnished in keep-
ing with the original colonial de- :
sign.
The President Madison has a I
private beach, submarine-lighted
swimming pool, outdoor dining
terrace, cabanas and other luxury
features.
MIZRACHI PARTY
Mrs. Bertha Hagen, chairman
for the Card Party held at the
Kenmore Hotel. Miami Beach,
Tuesday evening by the Miami
Beach Mizrachi Organization, re-
ports that the affair was success-
ful. Proceeds will go to the or-
phan children of Europe, who are
being sent to Palestine.
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Now Open!
Bus No. 16 to Gate
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of Foods
Wofford Terrace
DINING ROOM
Pr
Collins Ave. at 24th Street
Miami Beach on the Ocean
Phone 6-6891
Under Direct Supervision of Tony Barrero, As In l" '*
Chicken.|.
Pot
" Rib,
NO MINIMUM "NOW OPEN"
BROWN DERBY CLUB
DINING AND DANCING
8 A. M. TO 2 A. M. LIQUORS CHOICE WINK
STEAK AND SEA FOOD SPECIALS
A LA CARTE SERVICE AT ALL TIMFS
400 SEATING CAPACITY
ft W. 7th AVENUE AT 60th ST.
"Food Fit for A King"
OPENED WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER UTH
Chef's SpecialsCharcoal Steaks and ChopsSupper Specialta
PHONE HI
1626 ALTON ROAD AT LINCOLN
TO TOUR CUBA
In line with the good neighbor
policy, the seniors of the Lear
School will make a short holiday
tour of Cuba via Pan American
Airways in order to become bet-
ter acquainted with the Cuban
people. The group will be ac-
companied by Mr. J. E. Silver,
assistant director of the school.
Managed
by
TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT
JEWISH HUNGARIAN COOKING
The Best Meal in Town
645 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
FARKAS PHONE 5-H7I
EHRENREICH'S "WTW
GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL DINING ROOM
Hotel 516 WASHINGTON AVE.- MIAMI BEACH
Rooms Daily and Sunday HoursLuncheon 12 to 1
Available Dinner 5 to 8 Enjoy Delicious Foods
Strictly Kosher
Reservations Must Be Made for Friday's and Saturday's Dinners
A Treat
to the
Public
MR. BERNARD RAKOFF
KAUFMAN'S HOTEL. ATLANTIC CITY
MR. A. HYMAN
OF THE LORRAINE HOTEL. ATLANTIC CITY
have leased the
London Arms Hotel
727 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
and will operate under their same principles and
and management with strictly
KOSHER DINING ROOM
with the very best prepared food
MEALS SERVED TO THE PUBLIC AT ALL TIMES
Make Reservations Now For Your Party
Catering to Wedding, Banquet and Bar Miizvah Pariiw
PHONE 5 12 B 4
PYTHIAN SISTERS NOMINATE
Miami Beach Pythian Sisters,
Temple No. 43, will hold a meet-
ing on Tuesday, November 27th.
at 8:30 p.m. at 617 Collins Ave.,
when nominations for officers
will be made. A special birth-
day celebration in honor of the
second anniversary of the Tem-
ple will follow the meeting.
THE
ASTOR
HOTEL
Washington at 10th St.
IS NOW OPEN
DINING ROOM
Open Friday, Nov. 30
Under Management of
the Hotel
STRICTLY KOSHER
The
Only Ira\
RESTAURANT
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
1045 DADE BOULEVARD
FOR YOUR
DINING PLEASURE
Phone 5-4058 Open Daily, 5:30-9:00 Sunday. 5:00-9:30 Closed Mondays
FOR THE BEST
HOME COOKED MEALS
Daily 4:30 P. M. to 9 P. M.
Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. K
Restaurant666 Collins AvenueMiami Beach
Closed Every Monday
Blumenfeld's
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POPULAR PRICES
6 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
For a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner Go to
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
Kosher "i ff s Restaurant
158 Ocean Drive Miami Boach
For Reaerrations Phone 5-9462
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2200 WEST FLAQLER STREET ^
Operated by David and Florence Schiller FerJL sTlA
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It's Smart To Dine At
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i PAGE TEN *Jelstncrktian Face Facts GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Fla. ADL Director One of the most significant films released in recent years, "It Happened In Springfield." is being exhibited in theatres throughout Dade County. Telling the inspiring and gripping story of the "Springfield Plan" of every day democracy as followed with such success in the public schools of Springfield, Mass., this impressive offering brings to the screen a vital message which should be seen by all Americans of whatever religious belief or creed. Briefly, the picture relates the fast-moving events which befall a beloved foreign-born American citizen, after he has incurred the wrath of a local political boss. Angered by his refusal to swing an election his way, the boss invites the town hoodlums into a Nazi-like attack on the old man and his small stationery store. A teacher seeing the unprovoked tragedy, offers to take the storekeeper's wounded soldier-son to Springfield where she teaches. In an endeavor to restore the young man's confidence in the American way of life, she guides him through a few of the schools where the plan is currently in effect. What the veteran sees reaffirms his belief in our country, and provides a most pointed message. "It Happened In Springfield" is a pictorial salute to the way of life and of thinking which our servicemen fought to preserve. Considerable positive thinking will be stimulated by this extremely effective picture, which has received the endorsement of key educators and civic leaders all over the country. RELEASED VETERAN OPENS DENTAL OFFICE Dr. E. G. Blasberg, formerly captain in the United States Army, has opened offices at 1771 Biscayne Blvd., following his recent release from the armed forces. Dr. Blasberg, who practiced dentistry in Columbus, Ohio, prior to "his induction, was in the army for five years. His first assignment was at the Station Hospital, Camp Blanding. where for 17 months he served on the Mobile Induction Board of the State of Florida and was also in charge of the Oral Surgery Department. Following this period. Dr. Blasberg was stationed in Honolulu where he Served with the Provost Marshall and the Military Government. His final post was Chief of Dental Service. 8th Station Hospital, taking care of casualties from the Pacific Ocean area. !" 5*L^*"B. a inn HI iii inn mill 1 ..II.i Hill in III Hill HI mum B, I Ihiiill ..III.. GREATER MIAMI LILLEY'S OPENS TO THRONG GREETINGS FRANCES K. POWELL The Ultimate in Fine Foods Re-Opening Her Newly Enlarged Dining Room 524 41st Street. Miami Beech Friday. Nov. 16th. at 5 P. M. With Banquet Dinner Ph. for Reservations, 5-1646 James Lilley. one of America's leading restaliranteers was host to hundreds of his friends at the opening of Lilley's Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge, 829 Biscayne Blvd. The new decorations executed by Walter Hay. who has become famous for his decorative work at Longchamps, won the admiration of all. Jose Toronto and his Rhumba Vagabonds delighted the audience as did Sporn & Dukoff, the aristocrats of melody. ARMY RETURNS HOTEL The President Madison, swank I ocean-front 206-room hostelry of i Miami Beach, covering the entire I block between 38th and 39th Sts. I on Collins Ave.. was returned : from the Army yesterday. The President Madison was taken over by the Army in November, j 1942. i Albert Grossman, managing diI rector, announces the hotel will open for the season on December I 15th and the hotel is being exI tensively redecorated and newly equipped and furnished in keeping with the original colonial de: sign. The President Madison has a I private beach, submarine-lighted swimming pool, outdoor dining terrace, cabanas and other luxury features. MIZRACHI PARTY Mrs. Bertha Hagen, chairman for the Card Party held at the Kenmore Hotel. Miami Beach, Tuesday evening by the Miami Beach Mizrachi Organization, reports that the affair was successful. Proceeds will go to the orphan children of Europe, who are being sent to Palestine. PRINCESS PARK 6800 W. FLAGLER ST. Florida's Coney Island Now Open! Bus No. 16 to Gate 101 AMUSEMENTS 101 Dancing—Thrill Rides— Educational Exhibits Fun for All the Family No Gambling—No Games of Chance—No Beer. Wine. Liquor—Plenty of Free Parking. The Finest in French Cuisine Steaks and Chops Are Best Quality Great Variety of Foods Wofford Terrace DINING ROOM Pr Collins Ave. at 24th Street Miami Beach on the Ocean Phone 6-6891 Under Direct Supervision of Tony Barrero, As In • l '* Chicken.|„. Pot %  "• Rib, NO MINIMUM "NOW OPEN" „„„ BROWN DERBY CLUB DINING AND DANCING 8 A. M. TO 2 A. M. LIQUORS CHOICE WINK STEAK AND SEA FOOD SPECIALS A LA CARTE SERVICE AT ALL TIMFS 400 SEATING CAPACITY ft W. 7th AVENUE AT 60th ST. "Food Fit for A King" OPENED WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER UTH Chef's Specials—Charcoal Steaks and Chops—Supper Specialta PHONE HI 1626 ALTON ROAD AT LINCOLN TO TOUR CUBA In line with the good neighbor policy, the seniors of the Lear School will make a short holiday tour of Cuba via Pan American Airways in order to become better acquainted with the Cuban people. The group will be accompanied by Mr. J. E. Silver, assistant director of the school. Managed by TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT JEWISH HUNGARIAN COOKING The Best Meal in Town 645 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. FARKAS PHONE 5-H7I EHRENREICH'S "WTW GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL DINING ROOM Hotel 516 WASHINGTON AVE.MIAMI BEACH Rooms Daily and Sunday Hours—Luncheon 12 to 1 Available Dinner 5 to 8 —Enjoy Delicious Foods Strictly Kosher Reservations Must Be Made for Friday's and Saturday's Dinners A Treat to the Public MR. BERNARD RAKOFF KAUFMAN'S HOTEL. ATLANTIC CITY MR. A. HYMAN OF THE LORRAINE HOTEL. ATLANTIC CITY have leased the London Arms Hotel 727 Collins Ave., Miami Beach and will operate under their same principles and and management with strictly KOSHER DINING ROOM with the very best prepared food MEALS SERVED TO THE PUBLIC AT ALL TIMES Make Reservations Now For Your Party Catering to Wedding, Banquet and Bar Miizvah Pariiw PHONE 5 12 B 4 PYTHIAN SISTERS NOMINATE Miami Beach Pythian Sisters, Temple No. 43, will hold a meeting on Tuesday, November 27th. at 8:30 p.m. at 617 Collins Ave., when nominations for officers will be made. A special birthday celebration in honor of the second anniversary of the Temple will follow the meeting. THE ASTOR HOTEL Washington at 10th St. IS NOW OPEN DINING ROOM Open Friday, Nov. 30 Under Management of the Hotel STRICTLY KOSHER The Only Ira\ RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE 1045 DADE BOULEVARD FOR YOUR DINING PLEASURE Phone 5-4058 Open Daily, 5:30-9:00 Sunday. 5:00-9:30 Closed Mondays FOR THE BEST HOME COOKED MEALS Daily 4:30 P. M. to 9 P. M. Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P. K Restaurant—666 Collins Avenue— Miami Beach Closed Every Monday Blumenfeld's VeM M w* \fc k* ft* >s* *Ki* if ALPERT'S FAMOUS DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT OPEN FOR THE SEASON 'Serving the Finest" POPULAR PRICES 6 Ocean Drive Miami Beach For a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner — Go to %  OCEAN VIEW HOTEL Kosher "i ff s Restaurant 158 Ocean Drive — Miami Boach For Reaerrations Phone 5-9462 HERBERT'S RESTAURANT 2200 WEST FLAQLER STREET ^ Operated by David and Florence Schiller F !" er £JL sTlA johneoiTa fader Street Btpre. JerylBg fuM co "•••" ££* erate Prices Herbert's Supreme Ice Cream iiuus K All Meals Prepared under the Supervision of the PosuUr • of Miami Beach It's Smart To Dine At LILLEY'S cSSSSSU 829 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 3 FINEST FOOD Featuring Sea Fooda. S*eaks and Chop* DANCING—JOSE TORONTO RUMBA VAGABO Special Attraction for Limited Engagemtni SPORN & DUKOFF — Arutocrats of Melodf DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT tnXV&BJr 2 '" lal^Ssf I* AIR CONPMEl IIM-lll Hi Hi.' II" III 'I '" Telephone 58-2979 BUY VICTORY BONDS KHIB^D ESISBI^HRH


IIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945
routh Commission
?lans Rally
[The Greater Miami Zionist
out!) Commission will begin this
hson's activities with a Youth
allv for young men and women
fttween the ages of 18 and 25,
Sunday, December 2nd.
Frhc Zionist Youth Commission
composed of representatives of
local Zionist Districts and
ir sister organization, Hadas-
Its function is to bring the
Essage of Zionism to the youth
1 our area and to organize youth
pupa for different ages.
heady established by the
pal Commission are a number
Young Judea chapters in Mi-
ni and Miami Beach, for boys
kd girls between the ages of
and 11.
'he Junior Hadassah, organized
I year, now has a membership
125 young women between
iges of 18 and 25.
|The scheduled Youth Rally is
anmd to help the establish-
ed of Masada groups for young
en in Miami and Miami Beach,
to help in the membership
>e (I the Junior Hadassah.
Hirers of the Commission are:
S. A, Goodman, chairman;
Frank Rose and Mrs. E.
>u der, vice-chairmen: Mr.
Iltnn Mannheimer, secretary;
Pmllip Salmon, treasurer.
flu-
iti>
|er.
Ii
following committee an-
nents were made by Mr.
nan: Young Judea Corn-
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lesow-
Mrs. S. A. Goodman, Mr. J.
Junior Hadassah Commit-
tal*. George Cohe, Mrs. A.
n Staaton, Miss Natalie Fran-
. Masada Committee: Dr. S.
Schneider, Mr. Milton Mann-
nic r. Mr. Frank Rose. Pub-
tv Committee: Mrs. Moses
scheloff, Miss Charlotte Ab-
Leadership Training Corn-
Mr. Frank Rose, Rabbi
ies Mescheloff, Rabbi Leon
nish, Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
A Cannes, Mr. J. Marash,
M. Grossman.
11 committees will coordinate
r efforts on behalf of the
iuth Rally on December 2nd,
Her the chairmanship of Dr. S.
Schneider.
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Medical Center
facilities for treatments of acute
(iediC.ii. and convalescent cases
specially equipped for care of
us and mental disorders,
fug and alcoholic habits. Pay-
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tlect'-ic-Shock therapy scientific-
ally given.
P. L. DODGE. M. D.
[Medical Director and President
11861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE
Phones 2-02439-1042
Open to Members of
ii County Medical Assn.
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TITLE COMPANY
HAS NEW OFFICE
The American Title and Insur-
ance Co.. with home offices at 37
N. E. First Aye., has announced
AHrainf?f i!"offk'e at 1631
Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
The Miami Beach office is in
charge of Edwin 0doUe and
Carlos Edwards. Odette, who has
been a resident of Miami for
more than 21 years, has been
elected vice-president of the com-
pany, and Edwards has been
elected assistant secretary and
title officer.
The American Title and Insur-
ance Co. is a local concern and
was organized in 1936. It is
qualified as an insurance com-
pany to do business in the states
of Florida and Georgia, and has
a number of agencies in both of
those states. The company com-
menced business with a paid-in
capital of $100,000 and surplus of
$10,000. Its latest statement
shows a paid-in capital of $275,-
000 and a surplus of approxi-
mately $100,000.
Other officers of the company
are Joseph Weintraub. president;
David L. Breinin, vice president
and treasurer; DeBlois Milledge,
vice-president, and Ronald G.
Eaton, vice president and secre-
tary.
KADIMAH WOMEN
SPONSOR GAME EVENT
The Pioneer Women's organi-
zation, Kadimah Chapter, is hav-
ing a Mah Jong and card party
at the George Washington hotel,
516 Washington ave., Miami
Beach, on Thursday, Nov. 29, at
8 p. m. Refreshments will be
served and door prizes will be
awarded. The public is invited
to attend and tickets may be
purchased at the door. The
evening is being made possible
through the courtesy of Mr. and
Mrs. Ehrenreich, of the George
Washington hotel.
SPECIALIZING IN
NORTHEAST PROPERTIES
J. Emmet Grant
AND ASSOCIATES
REAL ESTATE
Fullest Co-operation
6207 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 782419
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2160 S W. 8th Street
Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Sundays 9 to 3
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GORDON ROOFING AND
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Have your roof repaired now; you
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"Satisfactory Work by
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414 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-5860
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FARR TOURS
1247 Washington Ave.
Phone 58-1694
"Farr Tours Are Far Better"
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Prl,*?UJ APPe">aum, rabbi; Reform-
.. i.l.i A M.-ll.aum will speak on "Who
II,. U i'kf",'- 1;'-"-l"i"ii given by
,*"-',""....." Ka"'"" "> win
'.',', ,st'rv "'"* Mr. Malvin
Uchter will be In charge, assisted by
Me"dames Nathaniel m. Levin, ,\. d
Raff and Harry Boyell.
r^yA^-r,J^.yVISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. -
irlday evening services, 5:45 o'clock.
Saturday morning Bervices nt a a.m.
umiy services al 9 a.m. and r, ::i>
lm- Junior Congregation services
""fur-day al g a m. .it Shaarel Zedek
lil1"""1 rorah, 1545 S. \V. Third Hi.
-n?!r',G'?,!7GATI0N BETH JACOB,
al.L Washinaton Avenue, Miami
Beach; Moses Mescheloff, rabbi; Or-
thodox -Friday evening service at
:i p.m. Adult Saturday morning
m. Rabbi Mescheloff
will preach on "Israel's Messengers."
Cantor Lou In D, Feder win chant the
services. Junior congregation ser-
" poys and girls of elementary
111 a.m. Intermediate services
'" adolescents, lu a.m. The Bible
siiniy group will meet wlih 8. J
Frecdman at I p.m. Bhaloa Sudos,
..:i.. p.m. The rabbi win speak on
the Portion of the Week Sunday
morning, junior classes, 10 a.m. to
noon. Bar Mltsva study class Tues-
day ami Thursday, 7 p.m. a liber t
Berg. Bon of Mr. and Mrs. 1......, Berg,
will in. Bar Mltxvah Baturday morn-
ing.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
135 N. W. Third Ave.; Max Shapiro,
rabbi-i.uii- Friday evening services
win i- held at s;ir. o'clock, rtaiibi
Shapiro win conduct tin- services and
Cantor Abraham Friedman, assisted
by the Beth I "avid Choir, will offici-
ate, In observance "f Thanksgiving
Day, Rabbi Shapiro's topic to dis-
cussion will t..- "Why Are We Thank-
ful."- A social hour will follow the
S|,rv.....s. The floral offering was
donated by Mr. and Mrs. stanlev
Phillips. Services Saturday morning
at 8:30 to be followed by Students'
services at 10:30. Parents and friends
cordially invited to attend. This Sun-
day, class ChanUkah parties will take
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70 E. Fierier St.. Miami
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301
Best carefor chronic sick, conva-
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SANEL BEER, M. D., Director
Reasonable Prices
B^HLnrge Beautiful GroundSasiM
Monahan's Electric
804 S. W. 22nd Ave.
ELECTRICAL
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Phone 4-0632
TOP SOIL
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place and a chanukah program will
he presented by the. Young Judea
Croup.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMU-
NITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman. rabbi;
Conservative Friday evening ser-
vice. 6:15 p.m. kit,- services. 8:15
p.m. Kabbl Lehrman will preach on
the subject "It Ik Good to dive
Thanks." Cantor Kmanuel Tiarkan
will chant the service, assisted by the
Center Choir, under the direction of
Mr. Joseph Bchrelbman. Saturday
morning services, !i a.m. Rabbi Lehr-
man will preach on "The Weekly
Portion of the Law." Itiehard. son
of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Wiusserman,
will be Bar Mitzvah. Junior Congre-
gation services Saturday, 10 a.m.
Saturday evening, Mliuha at 5 p.m.
followed by Rhalos Sudos and Maariv
AZA-BBG Bar Mltiva breakfast Sun-
day at ii a.m. Hebrew school and
Sunday school now In session. Youth
Council activities every Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
evening!, Arts and Crafts on Wed-
nesday evenings.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase
Ave. at 41st St., Miami Beach; Leon
Kronish, rabbi; Samuel Kelemer,
cantor; Liberal.Sabbath of Thanks-
giving will be i-omim-morated ut ser-
viies tonight at S:15 p.m. Rabbi
Kronish will speak on "The irony of
Thanksgiving." Saturday morning
services 10:4.", a.m. Cantor Kelemer
will chant at all services. A 18-
mlnute organ prelude will precede
each seivi.e. Religious school, Sun-
STUDENT BODY ELECTS
The student body of the Con-
gregation Beth David held an
election of officers last Sunday,
with the following elected: Pres-
ident. Kenneth Myers; Vice Pres-
ident, Estell Greenberg; Secre-
tary, Evelyn Schwartz, and
Treasurer, Charles Rosenblitt.
HOLLYWOOD OPENS SCHOOL
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center announces the opening
of its school of religious educa-
tion. Sunday School and He-
brew classes are under the leader-
ship of Mr. S. Ashkenazy. School
classes meet each Sunday morn-
ing from 10 a.m. to noon and
classes in Hebrew meet each
Monday and Wednesday after-
noon from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
day, 10 a.m. Hebrew classes, week-
day afternoons, 3:45 p.m. All chil-
dren between the ages of 5 and 14.
.ii,- invited to register. Dedication
service, 8:15 p.m. Wednesday, Nov.
2Sth, Dr. Abraham J. Seldman, guest
speaker.
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IIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945 r outh Commission % lans Rally [The Greater Miami Zionist out!) Commission will begin this hson's activities with a Youth allv for young men and women fttween the ages of 18 and 25, Sunday, December 2nd. Frhc Zionist Youth Commission composed of representatives of local Zionist Districts and ir sister organization, HadasIts function is to bring the Essage of Zionism to the youth 1 our area and to organize youth pupa for different ages. heady established by the pal Commission are a number Young Judea chapters in Mini and Miami Beach, for boys kd girls between the ages of and 11. 'he Junior Hadassah, organized I year, now has a membership 125 young women between iges of 18 and 25. |The scheduled Youth Rally is anmd to help the established of Masada groups for young en in Miami and Miami Beach, to help in the membership >e (I the Junior Hadassah. Hirers of the Commission are: S. A, Goodman, chairman; Frank Rose and Mrs. E. >u der, vice-chairmen: Mr. Iltnn Mannheimer, secretary; Pmllip Salmon, treasurer. fluiti> |er. Ii following committee annents were made by Mr. nan: Young Judea CornMr. and Mrs. E. LesowMrs. S. A. Goodman, Mr. J. Junior Hadassah Committal*. George Cohe, Mrs. A. n Staaton, Miss Natalie Fran. Masada Committee: Dr. S. Schneider, Mr. Milton Mannnic r. Mr. Frank Rose. Pubtv Committee: Mrs. Moses scheloff, Miss Charlotte AbLeadership Training CornMr. Frank Rose, Rabbi ies Mescheloff, Rabbi Leon nish, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, A Cannes, Mr. J. Marash, M. Grossman. 11 committees will coordinate r efforts on behalf of the iuth Rally on December 2nd, Her the chairmanship of Dr. S. Schneider. Beautiful Miami Medical Center facilities for treatments of acute (iediC.ii. and convalescent cases specially equipped for care of us and mental disorders, fug and alcoholic habits. Pay%  hotfrrapy, Hydrotherapy and tlect'-icShock therapy scientifically given. P. L. 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KADIMAH WOMEN SPONSOR GAME EVENT The Pioneer Women's organization, Kadimah Chapter, is having a Mah Jong and card party at the George Washington hotel, 516 Washington ave., Miami Beach, on Thursday, Nov. 29, at 8 p. m. Refreshments will be served and door prizes will be awarded. The public is invited to attend and tickets may be purchased at the door. The evening is being made possible through the courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Ehrenreich, of the George Washington hotel. SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. Emmet Grant AND ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE Fullest Co-operation 6207 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 782419 PAGE ELEVEN MON AHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 S W. 8th Street Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save op 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. AMERICA FARR TOURS 1247 Washington Ave. Phone 58-1694 "Farr Tours Are Far Better" In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship aum, rabbi; Reform.. i.l.i A M.-ll.aum will speak on "Who II,. U i' kf ",', 1; '-"-l"i"ii given by ,*"-'•,"" Ka "'"" "•> win '.',', st rv "'"*• Mr. Malvin Uchter will be In charge, assisted by Me"dames Nathaniel M. Levin, ,\. D Raff and Harry Boyell. r^y A ^-r, J ^.y VISH ORT HODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. irlday evening services, 5:45 o'clock. Saturday morning Bervices nt a a.m. umiy services al 9 a.m. and r, ::i> l£mJunior Congregation services ""fur-day al g a m. .it Shaarel Zedek lil1 """ 1 rorah, 1545 S. \V. Third Hi. -n? r', G '?,!7 GATI0N BETH JACOB, al.L Washinaton Avenue, Miami Beach; Moses Mescheloff, rabbi; Orthodox -Friday evening service at :i p.m. Adult Saturday morning m. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "Israel's Messengers." Cantor Lou In D, Feder win chant the services. Junior congregation ser" %  poys and girls of elementary 111 a.m. Intermediate services %  "• adolescents, lu a.m. The Bible siiniy group will meet wlih 8. J Frecdman at I p.m. Bhaloa Sudos, ..:i.. p.m. The rabbi win speak on the Portion of the Week Sunday morning, junior classes, 10 a.m. to noon. Bar Mltsva study class Tuesday ami Thursday, 7 p.m. a liber t Berg. Bon of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Berg, will in. Bar Mltxvah Baturday morning. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, 135 N. W. Third Ave.; Max Shapiro, rabbi-i.uiiFriday evening services win i„held at s;ir. o'clock, rtaiibi Shapiro win conduct tinservices and Cantor Abraham Friedman, assisted by the Beth I "avid Choir, will officiate, In observance "f Thanksgiving Day, Rabbi Shapiro's topic to discussion will t.."Why Are We Thankful."A social hour will follow the S|, rv s. The floral offering was donated by Mr. and Mrs. stanlev Phillips. Services Saturday morning at 8:30 to be followed by Students' services at 10:30. Parents and friends cordially invited to attend. This Sunday, class ChanUkah parties will take Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Fierier St.. Miami RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANEL BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prices B^HLnrge Beautiful GroundSasiM Monahan's Electric 804 S. W. 22nd Ave. ELECTRICAL Appliance Repairs—Prompt Service Phone 4-0632 TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. 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Youth Council activities every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evening!, Arts and Crafts on Wednesday evenings. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st St., Miami Beach; Leon Kronish, rabbi; Samuel Kelemer, cantor; Liberal—.Sabbath of Thanksgiving will be i-omim-morated ut serviies tonight at S:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will speak on "The irony of Thanksgiving." Saturday morning services 10:4.", a.m. Cantor Kelemer will chant at all services. A 18mlnute organ prelude will precede each seivi.e. Religious school, SunSTUDENT BODY ELECTS The student body of the Congregation Beth David held an election of officers last Sunday, with the following elected: President. Kenneth Myers; Vice President, Estell Greenberg; Secretary, Evelyn Schwartz, and Treasurer, Charles Rosenblitt. HOLLYWOOD OPENS SCHOOL Hollywood Jewish Community Center announces the opening of its school of religious education. Sunday School and Hebrew classes are under the leadership of Mr. S. Ashkenazy. 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PAGE TWELVE
*Jewist flcridiar?

i
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
99
POLITICAL TRENDS: Behind
the creation of the Anglo-Ameri-
can inquiry commission on Pal-
estine is not so much Britain's
eagerness to solve the Palestine
Russian ambitions in the Middle
East The creation of the
Anglo-American commission is
only the first step in this direc-
tion ... It is the most innocent
wav of bringing the United
States into a British-American
alliance covering a territory
where England's position is vul-
nerable and where British and
Soviet interests arc liable to
clash Meanwhile, it is be-
coming clearer to many inter-
ested quarters in Washington
that with the creation of the
Anglo-American inquiry com-
mission, America lost the first
round to England on the Pales-
tine issue ... It is obvious that
Truman's statement that he still
adheres to his original demand
for the immediate admission of
100.000 Jews to Palestine, is but
a means of saving face .It is
quite clear that a very small
fraction of 100.000 Jews will be
admitted before the inquiry
commission completes its study
and makes its recommendations
. Whether America will win
in later rounds remains to be
seen The lesson now learned
is that our State Department is
not the equal of the British For-
eign Office when it comes to
political bargaining Other-
wise, how can one explain the
fact that the State Department
permitted a situation to develop
where a request of the President
of the United States was brushed
;,.-ide by Britain with such ease
. The next British maneuver
is expected to be a suggestion
that at least twenty thousand
displaced Jews be admitted to
the United States each year un-
der the existing quota regula-
tions to match" the number of
Jews who will be admitted to
Palestine at the rate oi 1.500 a
month .

THE JEWISH FRONT. It has
been little noticed that British
Foreign Secretary Bevin made
no mention of the Jewish Agency
in his statement on Palestine
... At the same time, he went
out of his way to praise the "co-
operation' of the Arabs and to
emphasize that not all Jews are
Zionists One case, there-
fore, be certain that the Anglo-
American inquiry commission
will, as far as Britain is con-
cerned, deal with non-Zionists
as well as Zionists It seems
'to me that Zionist leadership
can negate Bevin's distinction
' between Zionists and Jews by
' bringing the non-Zionists of the
Jewish Agency into the picture,
instead of ignoring them
People have almost forgotten
that the Jewish Agency >s com-
posed of Zionist and non-Zionist
members Whatever the rea-
son for ignoring the non-Zionists
might have been in the past, it
is obvious that nothing can be
gained in the future by leaving
! the non-Zionist out of Jewish
1 Agencv consultations ... It cer-
tainly would he better to have
I them inside the Jewish Agency
than outside And all indica-
tions point to the fact that those
I who talk about the American
Jewish Committee a n A t h e
American Council for Judaism
I in the same breath, are not help-
ing the Palestine cause ... Of
course, it is possible that by the
Agency may have resigned in
(time this is in print, the Jewish
protest against Bevin's state-
ment But even then. Zion-
ists and non-Zionists, especially
. in the United States, must find
la common language This is
i highly important, not only for
I the sake of Jewish interests in
Palestine, but also b e c a u s o
Bevin's statement, in certain
passages, had an anti-Zionistic
flavor .

REPORT ON PALESTINE:
And speaking of Palestine, I
wish to recommend "Jews in
Palestine," by Abraham Re-
vusky, just published by Bloch
... In this volume one can find
an answer to any question con-
cerning Palestine The politi-
cal, economic, educational and
labor problems in Palestine are
all ably dealt with by the author
who is an outstanding expert on
Eretz Israel The book tells
the story of Jewish Palestine be-
fore the Balfour Declaration, be-
tween the two world wars, and
during the second world war up
to the present time ... It also
deals with the Arab problem and
with the countries neighboring
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ti ne's population eventually
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the present 1.050.000 ... He an-
swers the question as to how
Palestine can absorb five million
Jews, and dwells at great length
on the country's absorptive ca-
pacity There is no question
that at the present time, when
interest in the Palestine issue is
mounting. Revusky's book is
most timely Members of the
Anglo-American inquiry com-
mission on Palestine could cer-
tainly learn much from this vol
ume. and so will an student of
the Palestine problem The
Bloch Publishing Co. should also
be congratulated for publication
this month of two fascinating
books for Jewish children .
One is Sara G. Levy's "Mother
Goose Rhvmes for Jewish Chil-
dren.'' and the other is Sadie
Rose Weilerstein's "What Danny
Did" Both are very cham-
ingly illustrated They are
devoted primarily to acquaint-
ing the child with Jewish cus-
toms, ceremonies and holidays.

OSWEGO NOTES: The fate of
the Oswego refugees is now in
the hands of Secretary of State
James F. Byrnes And all in-
dications point to the possibility
that the refugees may finally be
released from the Fort Ontario
camp "on leave." under certain
conditions While still under
obligation to return to their na-
tive-lands, the refugees will be
handled individually and not as
a group Those of them who
can prove that they will not be-
come a public burden may even-
tually be considered in the cate-
gory of 'temporary visitors" who
can leave the country for Can-
ada and re-apply from there for
regular immigration visas .
At least that is what interested
Jewish and non-Jewish groups
in New York are seeking to
achieve ... A delegation com-
posed oi Protestant, Catholic and
Jewish representatives will soon
discuss this problem with Sec-
retary Byrnes ... In the mean-
time, there is a possibility that
the OswegO refugees. losing
patience, may declare a hunger
strike in order to drain the na-
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Eight million Christmas seals
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Dade County Tuberculosis As-
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against the disease next year,
were mailed this week.
The 39th annual seal, directed
by Sam H. Youngblood, district
manager of the Southern Bell
Telephone Co., was launched as
the bright red-and-yellow seals
went to the post office for de-
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in the association's history.
One Dade countian out of ev-
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said, will receive seals.
"We have expanded our mail-
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than 17 per cent of the entire
population." he explained. "With
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anticipated influx of tuberculosis
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PAGE TWELVE *Jewist flcridiar? i Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 99 POLITICAL TRENDS: Behind the creation of the Anglo-American inquiry commission on Palestine is not so much Britain's eagerness to solve the Palestine Russian ambitions in the Middle East The creation of the Anglo-American commission is only the first step in this direction ... It is the most innocent wav of bringing the United States into a British-American alliance covering a territory where England's position is vulnerable and where British and Soviet interests arc liable to clash Meanwhile, it is becoming clearer to many interested quarters in Washington that with the creation of the Anglo-American inquiry commission, America lost the first round to England on the Palestine issue ... It is obvious that Truman's statement that he still adheres to his original demand for the immediate admission of 100.000 Jews to Palestine, is but a means of saving face .It is quite clear that a very small fraction of 100.000 Jews will be admitted before the inquiry commission completes its study and makes its recommendations Whether America will win in later rounds remains to be seen The lesson now learned is that our State Department is not the equal of the British Foreign Office when it comes to political bargaining Otherwise, how can one explain the fact that the State Department permitted a situation to develop where a request of the President of the United States was brushed ;,.-ide by Britain with such ease The next British maneuver is expected to be a suggestion that at least twenty thousand displaced Jews be admitted to the United States each year under the existing quota regulations to ••match" the number of Jews who will be admitted to Palestine at the rate oi 1.500 a month • • • THE JEWISH FRONT. It has been little noticed that British Foreign Secretary Bevin made no mention of the Jewish Agency in his statement on Palestine ... At the same time, he went out of his way to praise the "cooperation' of the Arabs and to emphasize that not all Jews are Zionists One case, therefore, be certain that the AngloAmerican inquiry commission will, as far as Britain is concerned, deal with non-Zionists as well as Zionists It seems 'to me that Zionist leadership can negate Bevin's distinction between Zionists and Jews by bringing the non-Zionists of the Jewish Agency into the picture, instead of ignoring them • • People have almost forgotten that the Jewish Agency >s composed of Zionist and non-Zionist members Whatever the reason for ignoring the non-Zionists might have been in the past, it is obvious that nothing can be gained in the future by leaving the non-Zionist out of Jewish 1 Agencv consultations ... It certainly would he better to have I them inside the Jewish Agency than outside And all indications point to the fact that those I who talk about the American Jewish Committee a n A t h e American Council for Judaism I in the same breath, are not helping the Palestine cause ... Of course, it is possible that by the Agency may have resigned in (time this is in print, the Jewish protest against Bevin's statement • But even then. Zionists and non-Zionists, especially in the United States, must find la common language This is i highly important, not only for I the sake of Jewish interests in Palestine, but also b e c a u s o Bevin's statement, in certain passages, had an anti-Zionistic flavor • • • REPORT ON PALESTINE: And speaking of Palestine, I wish to recommend "Jews in Palestine," by Abraham Revusky, just published by Bloch ... In this volume one can find an answer to any question concerning Palestine The political, economic, educational and labor problems in Palestine are all ably dealt with by the author who is an outstanding expert on Eretz Israel The book tells the story of Jewish Palestine before the Balfour Declaration, between the two world wars, and during the second world war up to the present time ... It also deals with the Arab problem and with the countries neighboring 2% DIVIDEND ON INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS EACH account is insured sale to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total of $15,000 and be fully insured. CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal investments for Trust Funds as well as Funds for Guardians, Administrators and Executors. IT's EASY to open an account and save by mail. Palestine The author comes to interesting conclusions, ineluding the possibility of Palesti ne's population eventually reaching 8.500.000, rather than the present 1.050.000 ... He answers the question as to how Palestine can absorb five million Jews, and dwells at great length on the country's absorptive capacity There is no question that at the present time, when interest in the Palestine issue is mounting. Revusky's book is most timely Members of the Anglo-American inquiry commission on Palestine could certainly learn much from this vol ume. and so will an student of the Palestine problem The Bloch Publishing Co. should also be congratulated for publication this month of two fascinating books for Jewish children One is Sara G. 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USE IMAGINATION
1114 Alton Road,
Nov. 19, 1945.
Miami Beach, Fla.
The Editor,
The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida.
Dear Sir:
In the uneasy year of 1929,
when Hitler and the National
Socialists were making ominous
strides, an advertisement sinned
by hundreds of prominent Jews
appeared in the Berlin VOS-
SICHE ZEITUNG, which stated:
"We profess the Jewish relig-
ion, but reject any sort of Jewish
nationalism. We regard our-
selves ... as members of the
German, not of the Jewish peo-
ple. In the establishment of the
National Jewish homeland we
see an error which is bound to
jeopardize the work of emanci-
pation of the champions of Ger-
man Judaism, and the ethical-
religious task of Judaism for
humanity."
On Nov. 16, in the scarcely
happier year of 1945, Reba Eng-
ler Epstein wrote in "The Jewish
Floridian,"' "We (The American
Council for Judaism) believe
that the mission of Israel can
only be performed by Jews re-
maining members of the Jewish
religion and not citizens of a
few square miles in Asia Minor."
Many of the signers of the
first quoted document must be
smiling ironically at Mrs. Ep-
stein's words in the Paradise re- I
served for the martyrs of our
faith. From behind the barb-
wire of the concentration camps
which still enclose them, many
others, it is feared, are less
philosophical. And, in Palestine,
perhaps we can hope for their
own sake and the sake of their
children, still some others offer
living refutation of their and
Mrs. Epstein's declarations.
Although He^el saw history
as an evolution of ideas, the
average student of it is apt to
be depressed and horrified by its
monotony, the senseless repeti-
tion of its mistakes, the cruel
and tragic inability of mankind
in learn from past errors both of
thought and action and to profit
Jewry
lands
houses
hut of
thereby. This maddening re-
fusal of the members of Mrs.
Epstein's group to apply the bit-
ter lesson we have seen un-
folded before our eyes drives
one into an exasperation similar
to that felt by the youthful
Eduard Cans, the German-Jew-
ish philosopher of the 1820's who
cried out:
"The only link which unites
the Jews is fear; the only inter-
est for which they are Willing to
part with some of their worldly
goods is charity."
And Charity, of coins.-, is not
enough. And if you would ask.
"What is enough?", I should an-
swer. -Imagination!' For only
imagination can make an Amer-
ican Jew realize and understand
the state of mind of his brothers
in Europe. Imagination quails
before the vision of European
sentenced to remain in
Which are the eharnel
not only of his kin-fo k,
his man-hood and of his
self-respectthe grave-yard of
his personal, human dignity.
The scene of his degradation
mocks his pitiful efforts to crawl
up, out of the filth and mue ami
muck into which his lace was
ground and trampled. Only m
Palestine can he hope to list
up. off his knees, to stand, trem-
bling and shaking perhaps, but
erect, with eyes that need not
flinch from the reminders of the
hideous past, with head un-
bowed, a free man in his own
free land.
One is aghast at the temerity
of comfortable American Jews
who DARE to assign to these
martyrs the role of prophets ol
the gosp. 1 of "The Fatherhood
of Cod and the Brotherhood
of Man ... to the Western
World.' (I quote Mrs. Epstein.)
It might be recommended that
the American Council member-
ship take over such a mission-
ary task, and let the tortured
most fervent prayer is to he per-
mitted to go to Palestine (ac-
cording to Fail Harrison in his
irt to President Truman"
shake from then- feet the soil in
which mingles the silent, yet
eloquent, dust of their loved
ones. How curious it is that this
mystical attitude of resignation,
this philosophy of pacifism and
non-resistance should evidence
itself in these "typical- Ameri-
cans (of the Jewish persuasion,
to be sure). With what disap-
proval do thev frown upon Di\>
Wise's statement that "if neces-
sary the Zionist Organization
should resort to arms and vio-
lence to obtain the acquisition
of the Palestinian National
State." (Quote from Mrs. Ep-
stein once more, and, inciden-
tal^. ;i mis-quotation of what
Dr. Wise said.) Does the Coun-
i cil frown with equal disapproval
! upon all the brave men who
. fought and died to found a coun-
try or to keep it free.' The Mar-
quis of France, to bring it up
to recent date? The Partisans
of Greece and Jugoslavia? The
guerrillas of Poland and Russia?
; Every true Zionist fervently
hopes that Palestine may be se-
cured to our people without vio-
lence, but, Alas, there are few
people who have ever gained a
land without its soil having been
stained, to its glory and theirs",
with the blood of its brave men
and women. We American Zion-
ists land we are good Americans,
Rabbi Berger) have no wish to
incite Palestinian Jewry to war-
fare. It's easy to cheer on the
heroes from the safety of the
side lines. But if they MUST
fightand they will fight only if
they MUSTour prayers and
faith and resources will be with
them. We shall do n<> less than
the American Irish, the Ameri-
can Czech, the American Pole
whose blessed freedom in Ame-
: ic fired his zeal that his people
across the sea might share that
blessing.
The Jews of Europe who
WANT to go to Palestine, who
WANT a nation to be established
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^No^
there. WILL j?o there, WILL
have their State. Pessimism,
cynicism, skepticism, defeatism,
the negative attributes, are, in
the long view of history, help-
less before the positive virtues
of hope, faith, heroism, and pa-
triotism. When their dream be-
comes a reality, their credo may
well be expressed in the words
of Theodor Herzel, in his final
lines of "The Jewish State";
"I believe that a wondrous
generation of Jews will bring
into existence. The Maccabeans
will rise again The Jews
who WISH (capitals mine) will
have their State. We shall live
at last as free men on our own
soil, and die peacefully in our
own homes. The world will be
freed by our liberty, enriched by
our wealth, magnified by our
greatness. And whatever we
attempt there to accomplish for
our own welfare will react pow-
erfully and beneficially for the
good of humanity."
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PAGE FOURTEEN vjewist ncrkUan 4 I IN THE MAIL BOX USE IMAGINATION 1114 Alton Road, Nov. 19, 1945. Miami Beach, Fla. The Editor, The Jewish Floridian, Miami, Florida. Dear Sir: In the uneasy year of 1929, when Hitler and the National Socialists were making ominous strides, an advertisement sinned by hundreds of prominent Jews appeared in the Berlin VOSSICHE ZEITUNG, which stated: "We profess the Jewish religion, but reject any sort of Jewish nationalism. We regard ourselves ... as members of the German, not of the Jewish people. In the establishment of the National Jewish homeland we see an error which is bound to jeopardize the work of emancipation of the champions of German Judaism, and the ethicalreligious task of Judaism for humanity." On Nov. 16, in the scarcely happier year of 1945, Reba Engler Epstein wrote in "The Jewish Floridian,"' "We (The American Council for Judaism) believe that the mission of Israel can only be performed by Jews remaining members of the Jewish religion and not citizens of a few square miles in Asia Minor." Many of the signers of the first quoted document must be smiling ironically at Mrs. Epstein's words in the Paradise reI served for the martyrs of our faith. From behind the barbwire of the concentration camps which still enclose them, many others, it is feared, are less philosophical. And, in Palestine, perhaps we can hope for their own sake and the sake of their children, still some others offer living refutation of their and Mrs. Epstein's declarations. Although He^el saw history as an evolution of ideas, the average student of it is apt to be depressed and horrified by its monotony, the senseless repetition of its mistakes, the cruel and tragic inability of mankind in learn from past errors both of thought and action and to profit Jewry lands houses hut of thereby. This maddening refusal of the members of Mrs. Epstein's group to apply the bitter lesson we have seen unfolded before our eyes drives one into an exasperation similar to that felt by the youthful Eduard Cans, the German-Jewish philosopher of the 1820's who cried out: "The only link which unites the Jews is fear; the only interest for which they are Willing to part with some of their worldly goods is charity." And Charity, of coins.-, is not enough. And if you would ask. "What is enough?", I should answer. -Imagination!' For only imagination can make an American Jew realize and understand the state of mind of his brothers in Europe. Imagination quails before the vision of European sentenced to remain in Which are the eharnel not only of his kin-fo k, his man-hood and of his self-respect—the grave-yard of his personal, human dignity. The scene of his degradation mocks his pitiful efforts to crawl up, out of the filth and mue ami muck into which his lace was ground and trampled. Only m Palestine can he hope to list— up. off his knees, to stand, trembling and shaking perhaps, but erect, with eyes that need not flinch from the reminders of the hideous past, with head unbowed, a free man in his own free land. One is aghast at the temerity of comfortable American Jews who DARE to assign to these martyrs the role of prophets ol the gosp. 1 of "The Fatherhood of Cod and the Brotherhood of Man ... to the Western World.' (I quote Mrs. Epstein.) It might be recommended that the American Council membership take over such a missionary task, and let the tortured Wise's statement that "if necessary the Zionist Organization should resort to arms and violence to obtain the acquisition of the Palestinian National State." (Quote from Mrs. Epstein once more, and, incidental^. ;i mis-quotation of what Dr. Wise said.) Does the Couni cil frown with equal disapproval upon all the brave men who fought and died to found a country or to keep it free.' The Marquis of France, to bring it up to recent date? The Partisans of Greece and Jugoslavia? The guerrillas of Poland and Russia? ; Every true Zionist fervently hopes that Palestine may be secured to our people without violence, but, Alas, there are few people who have ever gained a land without its soil having been stained, to its glory and theirs", with the blood of its brave men and women. We American Zionists land we are good Americans, Rabbi Berger) have no wish to incite Palestinian Jewry to warfare. It's easy to cheer on the heroes from the safety of the side lines. But if they MUST fight—and they will fight only if they MUST—our prayers and faith and resources will be with them. We shall do n<> less than the American Irish, the American Czech, the American Pole whose blessed freedom in Ame: ic fired his zeal that his people across the sea might share that blessing. The Jews of Europe who WANT to go to Palestine, who WANT a nation to be established YOU MAY REGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH INTERNAL BATHS This advanced method of Internal Baths quickly eliminates Toxic poison from the system thus relieving the distressing symptoms of Rheumatism, Arthritis, Neuritis and many other diseases. Appointment only Hydro Therapy Clinic An Ethical Institution 39 S. E. 6th Street Phone 2-8396 FOOTBALL TONIGHT U of MIAMI MICHIGAN STATE In an Intersectional Game 8:15 P. M. — Orange Bowl Seals: SI 20 to S3.60 At the Stadium For Future Games. Buy Tickets in Advance at Burdines, Miami or the Beach, Farr's Tours, Miami Beach, or The U. of Miami NEXT WEEK'S GAME AUBURN for REST CONVALESCEMd mi CHRONIC CASE* RayPark Health Resort THE 10NDS YOU BUT REGULARLY WILL ASSURE HIM OF A COLLEGE EDUCATION LATER. You can insure his college education with the Victory Bonds you buy today! For every $300 you invest in Victory Bonds now, your children will have $4.00 to apply on their educations in ten years and you 11 also be helping bring the boys back bom overseas! Victory Bonds still do double duty! FLORIDA POMUlT* UK.HT (OMftVV KEEP BUYING BONDS C ^p7IO S. W. 12th AV. MIAMh-i Lm. 3-343t_J YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME'' WE OFFICIALLY REPKSEMT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNttAL HOMES Inlvmalion Glad/, Furtuthtd on ftrqutst SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish \F*-24 HOUR rttt JOS. L. PLUMMER FUNERAL DIRECTOR !" ^No^ there. WILL j?o there, WILL have their State. Pessimism, cynicism, skepticism, defeatism, the negative attributes, are, in the long view of history, helpless before the positive virtues of hope, faith, heroism, and patriotism. When their dream becomes a reality, their credo may well be expressed in the words of Theodor Herzel, in his final lines of "The Jewish State"; "I believe that a wondrous generation of Jews will bring into existence. The Maccabeans will rise again The Jews who WISH (capitals mine) will have their State. We shall live at last as free men on our own soil, and die peacefully in our own homes. The world will be freed by our liberty, enriched by our wealth, magnified by our greatness. And whatever we attempt there to accomplish for our own welfare will react powerfully and beneficially for the good of humanity." DOROTHY KRIEGER FINK. BUY VICTORY BONDS NOW MANHATTAN BREWING COMPun Cfileiiot lirgnt bnw, ANEW SERVICE niltTlbulM. by Mknhiltan DWHIMML ,~ MM K. 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JIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945
+Jewisb fhrkfton
PAGE FIFTEEN
G.I.S ADOPT CHILD FROM J.D.C. ORPHANAGE
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of STRAND ISEAUTY SHOP i.t 302.'.
N. \v. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida,
Intends to resistor said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HILDA KRONER
Applicant
MYER8 AND IIEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
11/9-18-23-30 12/7
LEGAL NOTICES
Here Is Yvonne, the "daughter of the regiment"by adoption at
least. The little Jewish orphan was seen at one of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee's homes in Belgium and "adopted" by the 344th
Bombardment Group stationed there. At left, Yvonne salutes her
regiment, and, at right, she enjoys lunch with two of her daddies.
NOTICE IS 1IERKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HONEST MIKES BAR AND
BILLIARDS at 27G W. Flagler Eft.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Flotilla
FLAGLER BILLIARDS, INC.
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
JOND BUYERS TO
tETAIN INVESTMENT
Ted R. Gamble, National Di-
rector of the War Finance Divi-
M0n addressed a regional con-
ference ;it Miami Beach prior to
|l. beginning of the 8th war
loan.
Answering a number of ques-
..s propounded to him, Mr.
jamble laid particular stress on
inquiries concerning the re-
fcrniption of war bonds by pur-
|ch:isi'i'S.
"Our survey shows," as stated,
("that three-fourths of the bond
turners in the United States
States have no idea of redeem-
Ijng their bonds, expecting to
keep them until their maturity.
One-fourth of the bond own-
lers bought bonds as a savings
or some definite item they
Ihoped to purchase after the War
when production of these items
[would permit their purchase,
[such as automobiles, homes, re-
Ift iterators, etc. We are now
peeing some of these one-fourth
[redeeming their bonds but we
expected that they would. That
is why we arranged the easy
[method of cashing bonds. This
[is not unpatriotic on the part of
I the bond owners because they
did permit their Government to
I use their money until they per-
RADIO PROGRAM TO
MARK ANNIVERSARY
CINCINNATI.The 70th anni-
versary of Hebrew Union Col-
lege, the oldest Jewish theologi-
cal seminary in the United States,
will be observed on a special
NBC-WIOD program Saturday,
Nov. 24th (7:30-8:00 p.m., EST).
The broadcast will feature mu-
sic from the Birnbaum Collec-
tion of the college, played by a
17-piece orchestra under direc-
tion of Dr. Erick Werner, musical
director of the college.
Dr. Maurice Eisendrath, execu-
tive director of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
will be narrator. Soloists will be
Cantors Abraham Shapiro, Tem-
ple B'nai Abraham, Newark;
Frederick Lechner, West End Re-
form Synagogue, New York, and
Emil Rosen of Cincinnati.
This commemorative program
cancels the previously scheduled
broadcast of "Noah Webster
Says," which originates in Holly-
wood.
SAFETY COUNCIL IN
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
NOTICE is* HKRKBY GIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
c.f PREP'S at 1116 Lincoln Itoad.
Miami Beach, Fla., intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the (Mr-
cult Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID lTtRIi
REBA PRED
ISAAC JOPPE. Attorney
1010 Rlsrnyne Hldg,
11/9-16-23-30 12 7
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
No. 15653
Re-Estate of
SAMUEL DOLCORT.
I 'ereased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby Blven that we
have filed our final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Execu-
tives of the estate of SAMUEL DOL-
CORT, deceased; and that on the 3rd
day of December. 11)45. we will ap-
!- 1 >' to the Honorable W. F. ULAN-
TON, County Judge of Dade County,
Florida, for approval of said finai
report and for final discharge as
Bxecutrlces of the estate of SAMUEL
Dolcokt, deceased
This 2!th day of October, 1945.
ANNA K. DOLCORT,
ESTELLE DOLCORT SACHS.
BEATRICE DOLCORT I'EARLMAN.
GEORGE CHERTKOP,
Attorney for Executrices of the
Estate of SAMUEL DOI-CORT,
Deceased.
11/2-9-16-23-30
sonally needed it, rather than
letting it lay in a savings fund.
"Redemptions will become neg-
ligible after the one-fourth have
redeemed their bonds.
"85,000.000 Americans own
war bonds and expect to hold
them until maturity."
Palm Beach
MRS. MABT SCHBEBNICK. lVIMMlUlli
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Dade County Safety Council
will open its membership drive
Sunday and organize the county's
various industrial, business and
mercantile groups to combat the
swiftly rising accident toll, which
has given Dade County the worst
safety record of any community
of its size in the nation.
The drastic need for safety will
be called to public attention
through safety messages carried
by more than 400 busses and by
displays prepared for 500 store
windows.
John D. Kille, membership
chairman, will head the drive, and
will be assisted by R. C. Free-
man, Roy Turner, Sumner Wald-
ron, and others. The drive will
start today and continue for the
next month.
From abroad, Senator Claude
R. Pepper cabled his congratula-
tions on the drive, saying: "Dade
has the worst safety record of
any community of similar size
in the United States. The for-
mation of the Dade County Saf-
ety Council, to remove this black
stain from the county's record, is
a splendid and public spirited
effort which deserves the sup-
port of every citizen. Join the
Council, practice what it preaches
and help it make its slogan come
true: 'Dade Countythe world's
safest playground'."
"We've already had a strong
response, but we need complete
enrollment and cooperation if
Dade's No. 1 accident problem is
to be licked," Kille said.
He urged merchants, business-
men and industrialists to commu-
nicate with the Council's head-
quarters at 275 N. W. 2nd St for
further information on how their
organizations can cooperate in re-
ducing the county's accident toll.
The goal for the drive is $17,000.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at 141
Wi -t Flakier Street, intends to regis-
ter siid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ALICE CUTLIP
HARRY DIETZ, Attorney
HOB Congress 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 A7TEC CONSTRUCTION AND
REALTY CO., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
FRANK A. WISE
CHARLES F. CONE
NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Road
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of CORAL GABLES INN, at 303
Minoria 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
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Srring Plm Beach County. *****J*
Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro
' duett and lea Cream.
AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
HCB CffHAM
BEACH CENTER HAS PARTY
The Annual Chanuka Party
for children of the religious
school of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community Center will be
held on Sunday, Nov. 25, at 10
a. m. The party will feature a
marionette show and luncheon
will be served by the sisterhood.
The Senior Youth Council will
give a dance and Chanuka
Party on Saturday evening, Nov.
24 at 8:30 p. m.___________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned Is engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
IH'RANT'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,
F1rUla- JOSEPH S1EOEL.
Sole Owner.
GEORGE CHERTKOP,
Attorney.
11/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
clIAItLES ROBERTS & CO. (not
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 Dado County,
Florida.
HARRY BH.'MIN,
CHARLES S. ROBERTS,
B. PLEEMAN,
Owners
OEOROE CHERTKOP,
Attorney for Applicants.
11/16-23-30 12/5-12
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of RIVIANNA APARTMENTS at
!I29 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.
r,r,0 Scvhold Blilg., 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 JOHNSTETT FCRS at 107 N. E.
First Avenue Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
NATHAN STETTNBR.
11'2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
nf TREITE REALTY CO., intend
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
nrtto- MURRAY KASTOFF
WALTER A. TREPTE
11/9-16-23-30 12 7 ___________
C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in bus
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893 OTTTTrvFT,c
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS
West Palm Beach, Fla
Phone 5191
FERGUSONFUNERALHOME,Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
Learn to DriveModern Way
Army and Navy Instructors
Agency for Drivers Licenses
And Auto Tags
FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING
SCHOOL
1013 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 5-5082
LEGAL NOTICES
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
at 701
Miami.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.i, I..."signed, desiring to engage
MnMjr thsflctmou. nam,
Florida. Intends
Applicant
MYERS AND HEIMAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
H/1G-23-30 12/'-H
to register said name
Of the Circuit Court
IN THE COFNTY JUDGE'S COTTRT
' |N AND FOR PAHE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 16853
In Re: ESTATE OP
WILLIE E PAYNE
1 leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Fernanda Against
Said Estate: ,
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
cither of you, may have against the
;.',,e of-\v11,1.IE E. PAYNE, de-
ceased late of Hade County, Florida.
,,,,,. Hon. W. F. Rlanton, County
Judge of Hade County, and file the
same In his office in the County
Courthouse in Hade County, Flor-
ida within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
her.of Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
! barred, Sea Section 120 of the
l..r: probate Art.
Pit,. November 5, A. D. 194:,.
ARTHUR I.. PAYNE
A Administrator of the Estate of
WILLIE E. PAYNE, Deceased.
MAX R SILVER,
Attorney for Administrator.
H '9-16-23-30 ___________
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MAJESTIC TI.ASTIC COMPANY
fNotlnC.) at Postal Building, Miami,
pin intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad, county. ^tortd^
Sole Owner.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
in"3 Scvhold Building
II 8.16-23-30 12/7________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
i business under the fictitious name
of 3 ACKSON REFRIGERATION
SERVICE at 340 N. W. 12th Avenue
intends to register said name
the Clerk of the Circuit
Pade Coun.y.vF.or.dabTHFxn7;,n(;
(Sole Owner)
MARX FEINRERO. Attorney
11/9-16-23-30 12/7____________________
with
Court of
.a*V
<\30VST BROS RV
is the flt.sr
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious
name of PATTY JOS RESTAU-
RANT at 22S0 S. W. 32nd Avenue,
Miami, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK M. CORDON
ELLA BRINKMAN
Co-Partners
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicants
10/21 11/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business tinder the fictious name
of TRAIL, TAVERN at 903 S. W.
Eighth Street. Miami, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HENRY STEINHOUSER.
HARRY DIETZ. Attorney,
1105 Congress Bldg.
u 2-9-16-23-80
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctltleus name
of RAUZIN INSURANCE AGENCY
at 12S N. E First Avenue. Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
ALBERT RAUZIN.
MOSES RAUZIN.
11/2-9-16-23-30_____
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undesigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of FLAMINGO COFFEE CO.. at 142
N E. 12th St.. Miami, Fla., intends
to' register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Pl0rWa- CELIA SEGAL
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
11/23-30 12,7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
ALL STATE PLUMBING SUPPLY,
at 241 N. \V. r.th Street, Miami. Dade
County, Florida, and intends to reg-
ister the said fictitious name In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL MITCHELL
Sole Owner
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for /Pnpllcnnt
11/23-30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BOTTLE CAP INN. at 1290 N. W.
119th Street. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
RUTH WASSERSTEIN
JOE MIRABEL
PHILLIP MIRABEL
SILVER-KAPLAN-DIETZ
Attorneys for Applicants
11/23-30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROYAL PALM HOTEL, at 1545
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla.,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ____
JOSEPH M. ROSE
SYLVIA S. ROSE
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
11/23-30 12/7-11-21
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JIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945 +Jewisb fhrkfton PAGE FIFTEEN G.I.S ADOPT CHILD FROM J.D.C. ORPHANAGE LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STRAND ISEAUTY SHOP i.t 302.'. N. \v. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to resistor said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HILDA KRONER Applicant MYER8 AND IIEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 11/9-18-23-30 12/7 LEGAL NOTICES Here Is Yvonne, the "daughter of the regiment"—by adoption at least. The little Jewish orphan was seen at one of the Joint Distribution Committee's homes in Belgium and "adopted" by the 344th Bombardment Group stationed there. At left, Yvonne salutes her regiment, and, at right, she enjoys lunch with two of her daddies. NOTICE IS 1IERKHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HONEST MIKES BAR AND BILLIARDS at 27G W. Flagler Eft. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Flotilla FLAGLER BILLIARDS, INC. DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 JOND BUYERS TO tETAIN INVESTMENT Ted R. Gamble, National Director of the War Finance DiviM 0 n addressed a regional conference ;it Miami Beach prior to |l„. beginning of the 8th war loan. Answering a number of ques„..s propounded to him, Mr. •jamble laid particular stress on %  inquiries concerning the refcrniption of war bonds by pur|ch:isi'i'S. "Our survey shows," as stated, ("that three-fourths of the bond turners in the United States %  States have no idea of redeemIjng their bonds, expecting to %  keep them until their maturity. One-fourth of the bond ownlers bought bonds as a savings %  or some definite item they Ihoped to purchase after the War %  when production of these items [would permit their purchase, [such as automobiles, homes, reIft iterators, etc. We are now peeing some of these one-fourth [redeeming their bonds but we %  expected that they would. That %  is why we arranged the easy [method of cashing bonds. This [is not unpatriotic on the part of I the bond owners because they did permit their Government to I use their money until they perRADIO PROGRAM TO MARK ANNIVERSARY CINCINNATI.—The 70th anniversary of Hebrew Union College, the oldest Jewish theological seminary in the United States, will be observed on a special NBC-WIOD program Saturday, Nov. 24th (7:30-8:00 p.m., EST). The broadcast will feature music from the Birnbaum Collection of the college, played by a 17-piece orchestra under direction of Dr. Erick Werner, musical director of the college. Dr. Maurice Eisendrath, executive director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will be narrator. Soloists will be Cantors Abraham Shapiro, Temple B'nai Abraham, Newark; Frederick Lechner, West End Reform Synagogue, New York, and Emil Rosen of Cincinnati. This commemorative program cancels the previously scheduled broadcast of "Noah Webster Says," which originates in Hollywood. SAFETY COUNCIL IN MEMBERSHIP DRIVE NOTICE is* HKRKBY GIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name c.f PREP'S at 1116 Lincoln Itoad. Miami Beach, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the (Mrcult Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVID lTtRIi REBA PRED ISAAC JOPPE. Attorney 1010 Rlsrnyne Hldg, 11/9-16-23-30 12 7 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT No. 15653 Re-Estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT. I 'ereased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby Blven that we have filed our final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executives of the estate of SAMUEL DOLCORT, deceased; and that on the 3rd day of December. 11)45. we will ap!%  1 >' to the Honorable W. F. ULANTON, County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said finai report and for final discharge as Bxecutrlces of the estate of SAMUEL DOLCOKT, deceased This 2!th day of October, 1945. ANNA K. DOLCORT, ESTELLE DOLCORT SACHS. BEATRICE DOLCORT I'EARLMAN. GEORGE CHERTKOP, Attorney for Executrices of the Estate of SAMUEL DOI-CORT, Deceased. 11/2-9-16-23-30 sonally needed it, rather than letting it lay in a savings fund. "Redemptions will become negligible after the one-fourth have redeemed their bonds. "85,000.000 Americans own war bonds and expect to hold them until maturity." Palm Beach MRS. MABT SCHBEBNICK. lVIMMlUlli 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. Dade County Safety Council will open its membership drive Sunday and organize the county's various industrial, business and mercantile groups to combat the swiftly rising accident toll, which has given Dade County the worst safety record of any community of its size in the nation. The drastic need for safety will be called to public attention through safety messages carried by more than 400 busses and by displays prepared for 500 store windows. John D. Kille, membership chairman, will head the drive, and will be assisted by R. C. Freeman, Roy Turner, Sumner Waldron, and others. The drive will start today and continue for the next month. From abroad, Senator Claude R. Pepper cabled his congratulations on the drive, saying: "Dade has the worst safety record of any community of similar size in the United States. The formation of the Dade County Safety Council, to remove this black stain from the county's record, is a splendid and public spirited effort which deserves the support of every citizen. Join the Council, practice what it preaches and help it make its slogan come true: 'Dade County—the world's safest playground'." "We've already had a strong response, but we need complete enrollment and cooperation if Dade's No. 1 accident problem is to be licked," Kille said. He urged merchants, businessmen and industrialists to communicate with the Council's headquarters at 275 N. W. 2nd St for further information on how their organizations can cooperate in reducing the county's accident toll. The goal for the drive is $17,000. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at 141 Wi -t Flakier Street, intends to register siid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALICE CUTLIP HARRY DIETZ, Attorney HOB Congress 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 A7TEC CONSTRUCTION AND REALTY CO., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRANK A. WISE CHARLES F. CONE NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN Attorney for Applicants 420 Lincoln Road 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Of CORAL GABLES INN, at 303 Minoria 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 SOUTHERN DAIRIES Srring Plm Beach County. *****J* Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro duett and lea Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE HCB CffHAM BEACH CENTER HAS PARTY The Annual Chanuka Party for children of the religious school of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center will be held on Sunday, Nov. 25, at 10 a. m. The party will feature a marionette show and luncheon will be served by the sisterhood. The Senior Youth Council will give a dance and Chanuka Party on Saturday evening, Nov. 24 at 8:30 p. m. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Is engaged In business under the fictitious name of IH'RANT'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, F1 rUla JOSEPH S1EOEL. Sole Owner. GEORGE CHERTKOP, Attorney. 11/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged In business under the fictitious name of clIAItLES ROBERTS & CO. (not Inc.). at 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, and intend to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. HARRY BH.'MIN, CHARLES S. ROBERTS, B. PLEEMAN, Owners OEOROE CHERTKOP, Attorney for Applicants. 11/16-23-30 12/5-12 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RIVIANNA APARTMENTS at !I29 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. r,r,0 Scvhold Blilg., 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 JOHNSTETT FCRS at 107 N. E. First Avenue Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NATHAN STETTNBR. 11'2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name nf TREITE REALTY CO., intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. n rtto MURRAY KASTOFF WALTER A. TREPTE 11/9-16-23-30 12 7 C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in bus LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 OTTTTrvF T,c "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS West Palm Beach, Fla Phone 5191 FERGUSONFUNERALHOME,Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructors Agency for Drivers Licenses And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 5-5082 LEGAL NOTICES "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 at 701 Miami. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .i„„, I..."signed, desiring to engage MnMjr thsflctmou. nam, Florida. Intends Applicant MYERS AND HEIMAN. Attorneys for Applicant. H/1G-23-30 12/'-H to register said name Of the Circuit Court IN THE COFNTY JUDGE'S COTTRT |N AND FOR PAHE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 16853 In Re: ESTATE OP WILLIE E PAYNE 1 leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Fernanda Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or cither of you, may have against the ;.',„,e of-\v11,1.IE E. PAYNE, deceased late of Hade County, Florida. ,,,,,„. Hon. W. F. Rlanton, County Judge of Hade County, and file the same In his office in the County Courthouse in Hade County, Florida within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication her.of Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will !„ %  barred, Sea Section 120 of the l..r: probate Art. Pit,. November 5, A. D. 194:,. ARTHUR I.. PAYNE A Administrator of the Estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, Deceased. MAX R SILVER, Attorney for Administrator. H '9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAJESTIC TI.ASTIC COMPANY fNotlnC.) at Postal Building, Miami, pin intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad, county. ^tortd^ Sole Owner. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant in"3 Scvhold Building II 8.16-23-3 0 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i business under the fictitious name of 3 ACKSON REFRIGERATION SERVICE at 340 N. W. 12th Avenue intends to register said name the Clerk of the Circuit Pade Coun.y. v F.or.da bTHFxn7; n(; (Sole Owner) MARX FEINRERO. Attorney 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 with Court of .A*V <\30VST BROS RV£ is the flt.sr NOTICE IS HERERY GIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PATTY JOS RESTAURANT at 22S0 S. W. 32nd Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County, Florida. FRANK M. CORDON ELLA BRINKMAN Co-Partners ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicants 10/21 11/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business tinder the fictious name of TRAIL, TAVERN at 903 S. W. Eighth Street. Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY STEINHOUSER. HARRY DIETZ. Attorney, 1105 Congress Bldg. u 2-9-16-23-80 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltleus name of RAUZIN INSURANCE AGENCY at 12S N. E First Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERT RAUZIN. MOSES RAUZIN. 11/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undesigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLAMINGO COFFEE CO.. at 142 N E. 12th St.. Miami, Fla., intends to' register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Pl0rWa CELIA SEGAL HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant 11/23-30 12,7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged In business under the fictitious name of ALL STATE PLUMBING SUPPLY, at 241 N. \V. r.th Street, Miami. Dade County, Florida, and intends to register the said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL MITCHELL Sole Owner GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for /Pnpllcnnt 11/23-30 12/7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BOTTLE CAP INN. at 1290 N. W. 119th Street. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. RUTH WASSERSTEIN JOE MIRABEL PHILLIP MIRABEL SILVER-KAPLAN-DIETZ Attorneys for Applicants 11/23-30 12/7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROYAL PALM HOTEL, at 1545 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH M. ROSE SYLVIA S. ROSE MYERS & HEIMAN • Attorneys for Applicants 11/23-30 12/7-11-21 '! r -'4K, > ;' %  %  >, %  > t < 1 1


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FRIDAY, NOVEMbu
AN APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE OF AMERICA
SOUND SOLUTION
TO JEWISH HOMELESSNESS
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 areaAnd 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 dales from Biblical times.
In our own day, in 1917, Great Britain, recog-
nizing this historic connection, issued the Baliour
Declaration pledging the development of Pales-
line 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
Ihe purpose of establishing a Jewish Homeland.
In September, 1922, the Congress of the Unit-
ed Stales, by Joint Resolution, gave its recog-
nition and approval to the Balfour Declaration.
In 1924, Great Britain and the United Slates
signed a Treaty ratifying the Balfour Declaration
and ihe Mandate, requiring ihe assent of the
United Slates to any modification of the Mandate.
In 1939, CONTRARY TO THESE LEGAL
GUARANTEES, and in violation of its agreement
with the United Stales of America, Great Britain
issued a While 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.
of
MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT
AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER OF HADASSAH
MIAMI ZIONIST DISTRICT
With the ending of the VI* *J*J(JS
pie had every reason to expect that Great nis
would immediately reverse ils White *W
policy of 1939.
THIS HAS NOT BEEN DONE!
Six million Jews have perished-vietim*
the Nasis.
A million and a half still remain in EuroP*^
fact. 100.000 still in concentration fa>"'j a
vast majority among them look lo Kaie"
ihe answer to their homelessness.
WE APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE 0
AMERICA TO ASSERT ITSELF.
We ask that these victims of Nazi fjSSff.T
givennot pity, not words, but ^ifi3| IS
ACTION. AND THE TIME FOR ACTION
NOW. .
Every dictate of law, humanity and *JJ
honor-every principle for which> ,h's, Jine b*
foughtdemands that ihe gates of Paw wd
opened to unrestricted Jewish ">"*" .
to the establishment there of a free ana
cratic Jewish Commonwealth.
AMERICAN CHRISTIAN PALESTINE COMMITTEE
POALEIZION
JEWISH NATIONAL WORKERS ALLIANCE
MLZRACHI ORGANIZATION



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PAGE SIXTEEN vJmlsHhrklian FRIDAY, NOVEMBU AN APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE OF AMERIC A SOUND SOLUTION TO JEWISH HOMELESSNESS 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—And 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 dales from Biblical times. • In our own day, in 1917, Great Britain, recognizing this historic connection, issued the Baliour Declaration pledging the development of Palesline 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 Ihe purpose of establishing a Jewish Homeland. • In September, 1922, the Congress of the United Stales, by Joint Resolution, gave its recognition and approval to the Balfour Declaration. • In 1924, Great Britain and the United Slates signed a Treaty ratifying the Balfour Declaration and ihe Mandate, requiring ihe assent of the United Slates to any modification of the Mandate. • In 1939, CONTRARY TO THESE LEGAL GUARANTEES, and in violation of its agreement with the United Stales of America, Great Britain issued a While 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. of MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER OF HADASSAH MIAMI ZIONIST DISTRICT • With the ending of the VI* *J*J(JS pie had every reason to expect that Great nis would immediately reverse ils White *W policy of 1939. THIS HAS NOT BEEN DONE! • Six million Jews have perished-vietim* the Nasis. A million and a half still remain in EuroP*^ fact. 100.000 still in concentration fa !" >"'j a vast majority among them look lo Kaie" ihe answer to their homelessness. • WE APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE 0 AMERICA TO ASSERT ITSELF. We ask that these victims of Nazi •fjSSff.T given—not pity, not words, but ^ifi3| IS ACTION. AND THE TIME FOR ACTION NOW. • Every dictate of law, humanity and % %  *JJ honor-every principle for which> ,h s Jine b* fought—demands that ihe gates of Paw wd opened to unrestricted Jewish ">"*" „. to the establishment there of a free ana • cratic Jewish Commonwealth. AMERICAN CHRISTIAN PALESTINE COMMITTEE POALEI—ZION JEWISH NATIONAL WORKERS ALLIANCE MLZRACHI ORGANIZATION


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JI rxrm&vni^- THE JEWISH UNI Ty~"F
ami
THE IF WISH WEEKLY
^mTi8-NUMBER 47
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945
PER ELECTED
IESIDEMT ZOft
ATI WTIC CITY (JTA).Ac-
|nK the British Government of
|r-i\::iU the Jewish people and
lu i .- a protective device to
I its betrayal, Dr. Abba Hillel
tel- following his election to
[nn-iilency of the Zionist Or-
Bzation of America, sounded
keynote of what is generally
lanUd here as the beginning
V more militant Zionist policy,
hr Silver's election by accla-
Jtinn set a precedent for recent
|rs and was construed here as
eating agreement by all
tips that, in the light of the
ient Palestine crisis, a more
fessive policy is necessary.
[The British Government.' said
J Silver, "maneuvered our Gov-
Imcnt into joining in an action
|ch will involve it in moral
onsibility without granting
Responding autonomy. Amer-
will now be used to cover
bat Britain's broken pledges
. to aet as a smokescreen for
betrayal of our people."
Commending President Tru-
for his request for the ad-
fcsion of 100,000 Jewish refu-
ls to Palestine, Dr. Silver said
It "we had over-estimated the
termination of the President.
j was persuaded to accept the
Ibby substitute of an investi-
Lnt! committee that very
msparent device for delay and
xumventionagainst his own
Iter judgment. Have we no
jy of insisting any longer on
at is right? At this very mo-
Jit Great Britain is requesting
|at help and vital concessions
.. our country." *
frging non-cooperation with
joint committee of inquiry,
. Silver said its primary pur-
le is not to help the distressed
|irs of Europe, but the liquida-
l of the Jewish national home-
d. He warned that "we can-
be bound by the findings of
such commission. The ex-
Itivc rommittee of the World
|nist Organization will have to
ermine whether in view of
palpable insincerity of the
lire project, it can in any way
berate with it."
following Dr. Silver's talk, the
legates adopted a series of res-
lions which charged the Brit-
Government with "directing
j discontent" of the Arabs into
Iti Zionist and anti Jewish
Inncls to serve the ends of
Jtish imperialism." The reso-
|ons accused the British La-
JG vi i-nment of "flagrant vio-
lon" of party pledges and of
pi and palpable fraud in
posing yet another study and
.another commission."
fhe United States Government,
resolutions continued, is
iinu itself to this chicanery."
British were charged with
! (CONTINUED ON PAOE )
)ERATION OFFICERS
riDE ON BUDGETING
directors of the Greater Mi-
Federation at a meeting at
iple Israel last Thursday eve-
8, decided after a lengthy
pussion to approve the issu-
, of a year book next year
pig contributors, and wit-
Bed a tie vote on the ques-
of approving national budg-
Jg by the Council of Jewish
^rations and Welfare Funds,
lax Orovitz presided at the
feting.
^ppioval of the year book was
de with the type of book to
approved by the executive
unittee.
Irs. Ben Meyers spoke in
or of national budegting with
I- Shapoff speaking against
proposal. Delegates of the
fl Federation will divide their
ig power and report to the
j}ncil Assembly to be held in
puary of Miami's position on
question.
PRICE TEN CENTS
BEVIN STATEMENT
WEIZMAN ATTACKS
ATLANTIC CITY (WINS)
Dr. Chaim Weizman, president of
the World Zionist Organization,
in an address at the closing ses-
sion of the forty-eighth annual
convention of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, broke his
silence for the first time since
his arrival to the United States
and delivered a scathing attack
on the new Palestine policy
enunciated last week by British
Foreign Minister Bevin.
Though speaking with a great
deal of restraint, the world Zion-
ist leader made it unmistakably
clear that the new British Pales-
tine program will be fought with
vim and vigor by Jews every-
where, particularly by the Jew-
ish community in Palestine.
HILLEL DRIVE
A meeting is being held today
at three o'clock in the Federa-
tion office to start the campaign
for the Capital Funds Drive of
the Hillel Advisory Council. At
the meeting, Co-Chairmen of
the Drive, Monte Selig, Carl
Weinkle and Samuel Blank, will
be present together with Harold
Turk and Louis Heiman, mem-
bers of the Council, and Rabbi
Albert Michels of the University
of Miami Hillel Foundation, A
definite date for an elaborate
function to take place during
the drive, will be set and a
prominent speaker chosen to
appear at the affair.
The Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami is now
serving the needs of more than
500 Jewish students from differ-
ent sections of the country in-
cluding those from this area.
At the last meeting of the
Council it was decided to form
a non-profit corporation to be
known as Hillel Advisory Coun-
cil, Inc. The charter is in the
process of being obtained.
Furnishing of the present
Hillel House and necessary fa-
cilities are being installed in
contemplation of the goal or
the goal of $35,000 being
reached.
Beth Sholom Dedication
Ceremonies Set for Wednesday
Temple Beth Sholom
$250,000 Campaign
Gets Under Way
A Jewish Book Review Contest
will be conducted by the Jewish
Book Council of Greater Miami
in observance of Jewish Book
Month. Open to the public,
youth and adult, the contest
starts November 26th and lasts
through December 15th.
The review must be of a book
of Jewish content, written by
Jew or non-Jew, and may be on
any Jewish subject. Contest
rules provide that the review not
be more than 750 words and writ-
ten legibly on 8x10 paper. Top
sheet should include title and
author of book, and name, age,
address and telephone number of
reviewer. All book reviews will
become the property of the Jew-
ish Book Council of Greater Mi-
ami. The contest is limited to
residents of the Greater Miami
area. Professional book review-
ers are not eligible in this con-
test. The prize-winning book re-
views may be used for publica-
tion by the Jewish Book Council
of Greater Miami.
Two tickets for the Orange
Bowl game will be first prize and
other prizes include a year's sub-
scription to "Commentary" and
a book, "Letters From The
Desert."
Books may be obtained from
the General Public Library, Li-
brary of Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, 318 Congress Bldg., Library
of YM & YWHA of Miami. 1567
S. W. Fifth St., and Library of
YM & YWHA of Miami Beach,
1 Lincoln Rd. All reviews must
be sent to the Jewish Book Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, care of Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, 318
Congress Bldg., Miami 22.
Judges for the contest are Mrs.
I. N. Weinstein, Mrs. Max Sha-
piro Fred Shochet, Max Meisel
and'Prof. Edward Clarke, chair-
Temple Beth Sholom announces
a $250,000 drive for its institu-
tion. Mr. Harry Cornblum, chair-
man of the Building Fund Com-
mittee, stated the campaign will
start November 26 and end on
December 23.
Temple Beth Sholom. located
at Chase Ave. and 41st St.. will
formally dedicate its Temple and
Community House with impres-
sive ceremonies Wednesday eve-
ning, November 28, at 8 p.m.
Dr. Abraham J. Feldman. Vice-
President of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis, and
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Israel, Hartford, Conn., for the
past 20 years, will make a special
trip here for the dedication. The
program, in addition to the guest
speaker, includes an address by
Dr. Leon Kronish, greetings from
Herbert Frink, Mayor of Miami
Beach; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
President of the Florida Rabbin-
man.
Miami y Buildins Drive
Plans Series of Events
The Miami "Y" will this week
inaugurate a series of special
events as part of their $200^00
Building Fund Campaign. The
Capital Fund Drive is now in
progress and will continue
through the month of December.
George Chertkof is serving as
general chairman and has an-
nounced committees appointees
for the various divisions. Head-
ing the Initial Gifts is J. Ger-
ald Lewis. A cocktail party at
the home of William Singer. Y
board chairman, is scheduled for
Sunday evening, Mr. Lewis an-
nounced. A group of 50 commu-
nity leaders have been invited.
Thev will hear plans for the
drive and details of the organiza-
tion's new structure.
Wednesday evening Leo; Acker
Dr Russ Williams Ksehedugd
*"& sTw'Sz. publicity
SSfcMHW
wife were hosts at a meeting of
the Campaign Planning Commit-
tee last week.
The organization will begin
construction of the new building
as early next year as conditions
will permit. Plans call for an
elaborate series of buildings, in-
cluding swimming pool, gym and
other community facilities The
athletic field will be located or.
the ground opposite the present
" A dinner party will be held the
latter part of December at which
time a national figure will be
present to address more than 400
invited guests, launching the Mi-
ami "Y's" general campaign.
DIRECTORS MEET HERE
First conference ofState 0*
Florida directors of the Sistci
Kenny Infantile Paralyses Fund
Campaign was held in A. ranK
katzentine's office, Saturday at
Miami Beach. The appointment
"the Florida State Committee
was announced today by Bing
Crosby, national chairman. Se-
lected were Mrs. Robert R. Tay-
lor treasurer and.secretary; Katz-
entine. and Mrs. Sydney L. Wen-
traub. John Montgomery, also
one of the committee of three
was unable to be present The
$150,000 state campaign started
Nov. 22 and ends Dec. 8.
HARRY A. CORNBLUM
Chairman, Building Committee
Cornblum announced the ap-
pointment of an Executive Com-
mittee consisting of Dr. Theodore
Berman, Leo Robinson, Simon
Wolff, Joseph Fenias, Morris
Berick, Harry Kohn, George Co-
hen and Louis Kerosky, to assist
him in the drive. Other appoint-
ments will be announced shortly.
A number of functions have been
planned to take place during the
next month at which time mem-
bers of the area will be apprised
of the needs of the Temple and
its future activities.
CONGRESS URGED TO
INVESTIGATE K. K. K.
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep-
resentative Thmoas D'Alesandro,
Democrat of Maryland, has ad-
dressed a letter to the Commit-
tee on Un-American Activities,
calling for an investigation of
the Ku Klux Klan.
Declaring that the reported re-
vival of KKK activities "bodes
ill for Catholics, Jews and Ne-
gro groups, all of whom have,
sacrificed so much that the na-
tion may endure," D'Alesandro
denounced the "recurrence of
the deadly virus of hat." He
said that "such destructive
forces must be scotched if pos-
sible at the source."
RABBI ABRAHAM J. FELDMAN
Speaker Temple Beth Sholom
Dedication
ical Association, and John Mont-
gomery, publisher of the Miami
Beach Sun Tropics.
Dr. Feldman is now chairman
of the Central Conference Com-
mittee on a ritual for children's
Holy Day services, a member of
its Committee on Liturgy, and
also of its committee preparing
a handbook of children's devo-
tions. He is a member of the
Joint Committee on Ceremonies
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis and the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. He is a member of the
Executive Board of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. He is the author of "A
Companion to the Bible," "The
American Jew, a Study of Back-
ground," "The Adventure of Ju-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
DR. PRINCE LECTURE
LOCATION CHANGED
Dr. Joachim Prince, former
Chief Rabbi of Palestine, and at
present Rabbi of Congregation
B'nai Abraham of Newark, will
be the guest speaker in the cul-
tural program series sponsored
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Cultural Committee.
Dr. Peince has recently re-
turned from an extensive visit
to Palestine and will bring a
very vital message to the Miami
community.
The lecture will be held at the
Miami Woman's Club on
Wednesday, Dec. 5, instead of
Temple Israel as originally
planned.
LEON KRONISH
Rabbi, Temple Beth Sholom

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TleAAariatly, ^P^pjtcJkmq. .
Mrs. Birdie Baysdorf, of New
York City, who is staying with
her nephew and his wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack E. Kalis, at Boca
Raton, is spending the Thanks-
giving holidays with her cous-
ins, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosen-
stein, and Aunt Helen, at
4342 Sheridan ave., Miami
Beach Miss Rosalind
Friedman will fly to Chicago
Saturday for a three weeks'
visit with relatives and friends.
From there she will go to New
York to spend the winter .
Mrs. Julia Sokolov, of Detroit,
is spending a month with her
brother, Mr. Felix Rosenthal, of
715 Euclid ave., Miami Beach
.. Rabbi Murray Grauer
spent a few days here this
week with officers and mem-
bers of Miami Orthodox Con-
gregation, which pulpil he has
just accepted. Rabbi Grauer
will return here to assume his j
duties the first of the year.
Mrs. Hilel Rosenthal, 1610
Euclid ave., will entertain a
group of convalescent service-
men from the Biltmore hospital
for dinner at the Clover club
tonight Mrs. Samuel Leeds,
who has been visiting in Mi-
ami Beach for the past month,
will return to her home in Chi-
cago early next week. Re-
turning later in the season she
will be accompanied by her
young daughter, Joan. Mr.
Leeds is one of the trio of new
owners of the Shelborne hotel.
He will remain here to com-
plete arrangements for the
i opening Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
I mour Rubin of New York city
I are spending a 10-day honey-
I moon at the Versailles Dr
'and Mrs. S M. Morwitz, of
Chicago, are vacationing at
the Versailles hotel. Dr. Mor-
witz is a prominent Chicago
eye and ear specialist .
Leon Melvin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Firtel, of 350 Euclid
ave, Miami Beach, will cele-
brate his first birthday on Fri-
day. November 23rd, with an
afternoon party entertaining
his little friends.
Rev. and Mrs. Maurice
Mamches announce the recent
birth of a daughter here. Rev.;
Mamches was chosen Cantor \
of the Miami Jewish orthodox
synagogue Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Lazarus are the proud
parents of a baby girl.
RELIEF SOCIETY TO MEET I HOST TO RETURNEES
The Greater Miami Jewish
Consumptive Relief Society of
Denver will hold a board meet-
ing at the home of Mrs. Maurice
Cowans. l!>3(i S. W. 9th St.. on
M o n d a y evening. November
26th. at H o'clock. Plans will be
formulated for the installation of
officers to be held Dee. 10th at
the Beach "Y". Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will install the officers.
Following a musical program
presented by Anyuta Melicov"s
Red Cross Unit of Entertain-
ment at the Nautilus hotel last
Tuesday, Mrs. Morris Alpert,
3930 N. Meridian ave., Miami
Beach, was hostess at a party
which she sponsored, serving ice
(icam and cake to over one hun-
dred convalescent returnee ser-
vicemen.
JUNIOR HADASSAH
HAS ACTIVE PLANS
Abe Cannes, head of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, was
guest speaker at a recent meet:
Ulg of Junior Hadassah, Miami
Beach unit.
Harriet Hart, Charlotte Ab-
rams, Hilda Schwartz, and Nata-
lie Frankel were presented with
gifts by Mrs. Alex Van Stratton,
senior advisor, for bringing in
the most members. The mem-
bership drive will continue
throughout the year.
The Miami Beach unit has a
full schedule for next month. A
Youth Rally, sponsored by the
Zionist Youth Commission, will
I be held December 2nd.
A brunch will be held Sunday
morning, December 9th, for all
members. A Junior Hadassah
birthday celebration and a re-
port of the convention will con-
stitute the program. Charlotte
Abrams is chairman of this af-
fair with Evelyn Shorofsky act-
ing as co-chairman.
A carnival, to be held Decem-
ber 23rd. will be the first fund-
raising affair given by the Mi-
ami Beach unit of Junior Ha-
dassah. Judith Saal is chairman.
Charlotte Abrams is handling
publicity for these affairs.
N.a die Frankel and Jean
Bushell are attending the Junior
Hadassah National Convention in
New York. November 22-24.
A board meeting will be held
at the home of Natalie Frankel.
1808 James Ave., November 29,
8:00 p.m.
"O, GIVE THANKS UNTO THE LORD.
FOR HE IS GOOD; FOR HIS LOVING
KINDNESS ENDURETH FOREVER."
Psalms
"AS WE THANK GOD FOR GOOD. SO
DO WE THANK HIM FOR (that which
seems to us to be) EVIL" Talmud
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
B. & P. DIVISION
PLAN SOCIAL
The business and Professional
Women's Division of Hadassah
will hold a "get-acquainted"
social on Sunday, Nov. 25, at
two o'clock, at the Blackstone
Hotel. There will be entertain-
ment and refreshments. The
guest speaker will be Mrs. Saul
Leslie, president of the Women's
Division of the American Jew-
ish Congress. A skit, "The
Promise." will be presented for
Balfour Day. The Misses Doro-
thy Lightman, Bette Sir, Evelyn
Brown, Claire Levine and Lynne
Adler will constitute the cast.
Irving Lebanon, pianist, will
play for the gathering, which is
in charge of Miss Freda Schiff-
man. program chairman.
There's a big job ahead. Be
ready to subscribe to the Victory
Loan.
Kandel Mrs i0'1**. M&l
Max Kupf U?U\Kfcl
?W'.. Mrs Mlni>.V5|
Mrs. Harry W. Fields
SPONSOR DINNER
FOR AGED HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Field
will sponsor a dinner and enter-
tainment for the Ladies Auxili-
ary of the Jewish Home for the
Aged of Greater Miami, at 335
S. W. 12th Ave., Sunday, Novem-
ber 25th, at 6 p.m. Reservations
may be phoned by calling Becky
Levine, chairman, 5-1548, or Mrs.
Paul Raff, 2-0270. Mrs. Sidney
L. Weintraub will be toast-
mistress. Arrangements are in
charge of Marion Gould, Mildred
Daum, C. Herzog, Mrs. Isadore
Cohen, Mrs. Joe Zalis and Mrs.
Rose Field. The admission com-
mittee includes Becky Levine
Mrs. Paul Raff, Mrs. Pearl Raid-
man, Mrs. Lena Mason and Rose
S. I. FREEDMAN'S
HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St.. Miami Beach
Between Collins and
Washington Avenues
Hebrew BooksAll Religious
ArticlesNovelties
Kandell, Mrs i** H
Bear :ind Mis rSK Ifc^l
fe- Paul Raffelal
Za is are in l and Mn*l
Drucker Rubui and M
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[diac Home
,ce Tuesday
anniversary dinner of
lade chapter. National Chil-
TCardiac Home, will take
JNov 27 at the Mocamba,
1st.. Miami Beach, with a
T-dance affair.
dinner will be followed by
late prevue of the Mocamba
low, according to Mrs. Ger-
Lachs, president of the
Kn\ home organization,
nrocei-ds of the entertain-
1 will be used for further
ivement of cardiac care
|jcs Three cottages accom-
|jn\. 75 children were built
By, Mrs. Lachs revealed.
fchiittfc handling the an-
I r is headed by Mrs.
L Wolf, chairman, assisted
|i Dave Byer, co-chairman.
| CHAPTER OF
; B'RITH GIRLS
. newly formed group of
[B'rith girls chose the name
Irothy Borenstein for their
er. Mrs. Borenstein died
|er 7 during her regime as
lent of B'nai B'rith Women
loicni Lodge. She was the
fctcr "I Rabbi Friedman of
lelphia and the wife of
lax Borenstein, who served
i armed forces for three and
falf years.
leers of the chapter elected
feir Tuesday evening meet-
leK President, Sheila Lud-
Ivice-President, Sonia Pal-
lecretary, Clara Bauchman;
^ponding Secretary, Marsha
Dn; Treasurer, Gertrude
nicin: publicity chairman,
-e Margulies; and honor
[chairman. Connie Gordesky.
t next meeting of D. B. G.
beduled for November 27 at
b.m. at the Miami "Y."
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Friday, November 23:
Rovl"e,ka" Jewl8h ^'ongi'fss Book
Saturday, November 24:
Temple Beth Slioldom dinner, 800
o clock.
Sunday, November 25:
Town "T initial Gift Committee,
4.'HI pin.
Monday, November 26:
American Jewixh Congress, Wom-
en's Division General Meeting w
Federation Inulget Committee, 8:0(1
p.m., Federation office.
Bureau of Jewish Bducatlon, Board
of Directors Meeting. S:00 p.m
Tuesday, November 27:
Nation:,] ChlMrm'i Cardiac Home
Dinner Dance, Mocamba Night ciub
7:11(1 p.m. '
Wedneiday, November 28:
Miami Beach Post No. 830, Jewish
War Veterans, regular moling, s:0n
P.m. Beach "Y."
Miami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, board nieetliiE
10:00 a.m.
at
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CONGRESS WOMEN
OBSERVE BOOK MONTH
In observance of Jewish Book
Month, the Women's Division
American Jewish Congress will
present Mrs. I. M. Wein'stein,
who will review Rabbi Milton
Steinberg's, "A Partisan's Guide
to the Jewish Problem." This
event will be the first evening
performance, in the Friday Re-
view Series, and will be held at
night, on Wednesday, Nov. 28,
at 8 p. m., at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid ave.
Subscriptions to the series will
be honored at the door. Admis-
sion charge is One Dollar.
Subscribers are asked to note
change in the date as there will
be no review this Friday.
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UNVEILING
Unveiling services will be held
for the late Samuel W. Cohen
on Sunday at two o'clock in the
Beth David Section of Wood-
lawn Cemetery. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate at the
ceremony. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to attend.
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Max
Singer, former owner of the Fen-
way Hotel, Miami Beach, will
take place Sunday, at 2 p. m. in
the Jewish Section of Wood-
lawn Park Cemetery. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob
Congregation will officiate. Ar-
rangements are in charge of Mr.
Sidney H. Palmer, of the Miami
Monument Company. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
Friends and relatives of Ber-
tram Raff, who passed away
November 26th, 1944, are invited
to attend the unveiling services
at the Temple Israel section of
Woodlawn Cemetery on Sunday,
November 25th, at 3:00 o'clock.
Rabbi Jacob Kaplan will offici-
ate.
Mrs. Irving Miller
Mrs. Irving Miller, president
of the Greater Miami chapter of
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren of Denver, will be in New
York, Nov. 26-28 to attend a
meeting of all presidents of all
auxiliaries of the National Home.
Metings will be at the Biltmore
hotel.
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In London during 'blitz"
RAY JOSEPH
January 31st
COMMENTATOR
Author "Argentine Diary"
MAX HILL
February 26th
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Chief, Tokyo Associated Press
18 Months Prisoner of War
Author "Exchange Ship"
ERIKA MANN
April 23rd
Correspondent 1st and 9th Annies
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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YM AND YWHA OF MIAMI f
The story of Miami City's "Y" is a story of leader-
ship. In less than twelve years it has developed an
extensive program for educational, cultural, social
and athletic activities for children and adults. Its
post-war obligations to the community will make
future expansion essential. Only A New Building
Properly and Adequately Equipped Can Make Ex-
pansion Possible.
Youth training in citizenship is the spring and
root of a strong and useful community. Our "Y"s
practice and teach the democratic way of life
through their Home Camps, clubs, discussion groups,
youth councils and athletic games. More clubrooms
will increase the membership of the social, religious
and civic clubs and encourage more participation in
all other "Y" activities.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
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MIAMI y. M. & y. W. H. A.
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Phone 3-4012
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Miami 18. Florida. Friday, November 2:i. 1MB
W>i,i,i^. i .......
The American Jewish Confer-
ence asks five-power commission
to probe Tripoli riots which saw
the massacre of over 100 Jewish
adults and children in Tripoli,
now under British militarv ad-
ministration Barnct Hodes
Chicago's Corporation Counsel,
headed a committee of five which
took off November 15th for Lon-
don, where an invitation will be
presented to the preparatory com-
mission of the United Nations
When dishonesty is added to indecision it makes an 0rganization to locate its perma-
unsavory combination. On that count alone Bevin's proposal nent headquarters in Chicago .
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VOLUME 18
NUMBER 47
KISLEV 17, 5706
BOX
2 9 7 3
Miami 18
Digest of the mall received at Jewish
Florid Ian poet office box.
BEVIN SKIRTS THE ISSUE .. .
added to indecision it makes an
ative
anni-
------------------------TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON
mer Executive Director of the
Coordinating Committee for the
Fort Ontario Refugee Shelter, has
joined the executive staff of the
American ORT Federation.
An initial gift of $10,000 from
Samuel Lemberg, of Brooklyn, to
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
of an Anglo-American commission deserves the heap of criti-1 Congregation Bnai J*i
cism which has been levelled upon it from all sources. I *^ ?arksito 120th ,
Admittedly, the Labor Government inherited a difficult; Versary.
problem in the Palestine issue. But to magnify the difficulty j A Birthday Fund for the re-
of the problem is either sheer chicanery or a deliberate attempt J habitation and postwar_expain-
to escape a responsibility. Surely the men who are now at j ffgJjg^SnS was ES3
the helm of the British Government knew all the intricacies 01 | >t th<> 2()th annjvi.rsarv dinner of
the problem before they came to office. Otherwise they would | the Nintn National Convention
be forced to admit that they were lacking in qualifications to f the Pioneer Women's prgam-
, .. _-,__ zation held in Cleveland .
rule the country. Jewish refugees in the liberated
How can Bevin and Attlee claim they had insufficient aata concontration camps in Germany
on the Palestine question in the light of the score of pro-Jewish and Austria received 163.000
pronouncements that have been made by Britain's labor pounds of kosher food during the
leaders. Are Bevin and Attlee prepared to admit that the &**, months gom.the Jcfu-
British Labor Party was politically immature when its executive i Agudath Israel Youth Council of
committee went on record in favor of a Jewish commonwealth America .' Monte Kandel. for-
in Palestine? If so, they should, in all honesty and frankness,
abrogate to men who are politically mature.
But that is not the gist of the question. Attlee, like his prede-
cessors in office, has only British interests and British imperial-
ism in mind, and, like his predecessors, he is totally devoid of
moral scruples at least when Jewish lives are concerned.
Palestine at this crucial moment in Jewish life is more than I {ion Commission to establish a
a political issueit is a moral issue, a humanitarian issue. loan fund for students at city
Every shade of Jewish opinion is united that the only avenue of colleges and state-supported uni-
escape to the di.plac.cf and stateless Jews in Europe lies in j JgWJ- ^^nnounced at^the
Palestine. Every official and unofficial report made of tne Commission ... To help the Jews
Jewish situation in Europe has emphasized that the victimized | still in the displaced persons
Jews of Europe are united by a great bonda desire to go to | camps in Germany and Austria
Palestine. Why then a new inquiry? If the purpose of the A^V^D^iZ
inquiry is to show that no such desire exists, then it is obvious (,ion committee is sending them
that the intent behind the proposed commission is not to make large quantities of Yiddish litera-
an objective study of the Palestine problem, but to justify British ; ture Twenty-five car loads
;j^;^; n.nioV, UnnHm of clothing, shoes, tools and raw
indecision, British inaction. materials are being unloaded at
The British Labor Party was on record against the wicked | a railway station near Milan,
and discriminatory White Paper when there were still millions | Italy, for distribution to homeless
of Jews in Europe? Will it stand for a White Paper policy by a : and distressed Jews in Italy and
Labor Government now when the Jewish population in Europe ; Izr^ ,. ..
has been decimated to the point of extinction? t^h^X&XStol
Surely, the British Labor Party is strong enough to tell Bevin | conditions of the surviving Jews
of Europe, particularly in Poland,
Germany, Austria, and Hungary,
now being completed by repre-
sentatives of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, will be told at
the annual meeting in New York
next month.
and Attlee that they must either follow Party policy or else re-
linquish their posts.
TOWN HALL FORUM
The scries of lectures to be
presented under the auspices of
Town Hall Forum, Temple Israel
and the Men's Club on Dec. 11,
will have as its first start lec-
turer, Robert St. John. St. John,
whose lecture is anticipated with
great interest, is a noted War
Correspondent, author and radio
commentator. He has lived
among the people of twenty-nine
nations, involved in World War
II. His book, "It's Always To-
morrow," was written against a
war background.
The committee states that the
seating capacity of Miami Senior
High School is only about 1200
and advises those desiring to at-
tend, to secure their tickets now.
Tickets may be had and reser-
vations made through the Town
Hall Forum, 137 N. E. 19th st.,
Miami; phone 9-1757 or 3-5858,
or through any member of the
Forum Committee.
The other stars and their dates
of appearance are Ray Joseph,
Jan. 31; Max Hill, Feb. 26. and
Erika Mann, April 23.
CITY WIDE CHANUKA
EVENT PLANNED
SILVER ELECTED
ZOA PRESIDENT
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seeking to reduce Jewish Pales-
tine "to another Ghetto," and of
driving "loyal Jewish population
of Palestine to active resistance
in defense of their rights and
position."
"We recognize no legal barrier
to the right of Jews freely to
settle in Palestine and to rebuild
a Jewish state," the resolutions
said.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise condemn-
ed the British Government and
called upon President Truman to
"wave aside the State Depart-
ment negotiators and go back to
his admirable starting point, and
declare to the Prime Minister and
The Capital Theatre will be
the meeting place of a Chanukah
Assembly sponsored by Beth
David. Miami Beach Jewish
Center, Temple Beth Sholom,
Temple Israel and the Board of
Jewish Education. The Assem-
bly will be held on Sunday, Dec.
2, at 9:30 a. m. All Hebrew and
Sunday schools will take part in
the gathering which more than
one thousand are expected to
attend. A special Chanukah
musical program is being
planned and the audience will
participate in community sing-
ing. A skit will also be pre-
sented. Two films are being
shown through the courtesy of
the Wometco Theatres, "It Hap-
pened in Springfield" and a car- I
toon. Book awards, honoring
Jewish Book Month, will be |
presented. Refreshments will
be served through the courtesy ,
of the Sisterhoods of Beth
David, Miami Beach Jewish
Center, Temple Beth Sholom
and Temple Israel.
to the British Secretary of For-
eign Affairs: 1 will not have my
request to you annulled by a
commission of inquiry'." Dr.
Wise described the statement of
Mr. Bevin as "a second White
Paper." The Jews of Palestine,
he said, "would not be fit to live
and have a national home, if they
did not resist every effort on the
part of the Mandatory Power to
prevent the coming of Jews into
Palestine. No Jewish refugee
entering Palestine is as lawless
as the White Paper, or Mr. Bevin,"
he added.
Addressing a session devoted
to the Jewish National Fund,
which was presided over by
Judge Morris Rothenberg Dr.
Abraham Granovsky, chairman
of the JNF in Jerusalem, said
CHEST ORGANIZATION
MAKES REAL PROGRESS
Organization for the Victory
Campaign of the Community
War Chest is proceeding with
such enthusiasm that one of the
most successful appeals in Dade
County's history is assured. Gen-
eral Chairman Stanley C. Myers
said.
Under his leadership, all divi-
sion chairmen have been selected
and most have enlisted their
group workers and key person-
nel.
"We have good leadership,
sound organization and determi-
nation," Myers declared. "Suc-
cess is in the air. It seems that
Dade County is about to take her
place in the forefront of the com-
munities which do an outstand-
ing job of caring for its less
fortunate."
The campaign, which finances
23 local agencies of human ser-
vice, and the 19 agencies of the
National War Fund, is already
under way. and reaches its cli-
max the last two weeks in Janu-
ary.
The Advance Gifts division, an
innovation this year, already has
pointed the way toward increased
giving to meet increased needs.
At its first meeting this week, a
group of pioneer workers re-
ported that every gift received
in a sample solicitation was in-
creased from 25 per cent to more
than 100 per cent over last year.
ANTI-SEMITIC FRONT .
Attention Defense organiza-
tions ... It is relatively unim-
portant whether Father Cough-
lin is through or merely biding
his time The Christian Front
is very much alive ... It is no
longer a strictly Catholic led or-
ganization Among its leaders
as well as its rank and file are
many Protestants The Chris-
tian Front is preparing to enter
the political arena ... It feels
that it no longer needs to hide
behind "respectable" political
fronts That is why Christian
Front meetings are being pre-
pared in every major city of the
Union The "new" organiza-
tional genius who is promoting
Christian Front political gather-
ings on a national scale is none
other than Ainslee E. Homey,
veteran anti-Semite whose rec-
ord is well known to our Depart-
ment of Justice Gerald L. K.
Smith in his publication "The
Cross and the Flag" dispenses
advice to the Jews of America
in the following paragraph .
"Rabbi Elmer Berger of Phila-
delphia (executive director of
the American Council for Juda-
ism) is experiencing consider-
able persecution from Zionist
Jews. Rabbi Berger seems" to be
an American Firster Jews
would do well to accept some
practical advice from the Rabbi"
ABOUT PERSONS .
Pierre van Passen whose 50th
anniversary was celebrated as a
major event in Melbourne. Aus-
tralia will present the Reuben
Brainin People's Library of
Montreal with the original
manuscript of his "The Forgot-
ten Ally" at a special function on
November 25th ... Is it true that
Senator David I. Walsh, Chair-
man of the Senate Affairs Com-
mittee, is holding conferences to
re-open the air waves for Father
Coughlin? Rabbi Herschel
Lymon travelled all the way
from Oklahoma to Okinawa to
officiate at the wedding of Capt.
Gretchen Ruth Boody to Capt.
Edward Siegel last month .
General Stillwell gave the bride
away Friends of J. Robert
Oppcnhcimber who is is credited
with a major share in the inven-
tion of the atomic-bomb want
him to run for Congress from
California Danny Shapiro
the songwriter is very proud
these days His song "Please
Mr. Truman, Play the Piano for
Me" was given a special per-
formance at the White House
last week .
STORY OF THE WEEK .
We are indebted to Leonard
Lyons for this priceless story .
"Next April Leonard Bernstein
will conduct the world premiere
of Marc Bliztein's "Airborne",
the symphony which he wrote
for the Air Force while he was
in England After the com-
poser had been at work for five
months. Col. Jock Whitney sent
for him and said: "We've given
you free time, special billets and
all conveniences these past few
months Now we'd like to
hear it." The audition took
place in a home once occupied
by Hugh Walpol,. .
junior officers arrived.T&5"
dier and a Major General "
tendI Cpl, BlizrteEuL*
. He played his pi "ln, *****
the vocal parts then\shouti
exhausted dl ,',",,f,nis^
the Major Gene ,I** jo
glanced at his watch anTerely
"I'm late." The Bradr ^
Jarryon"...:,ndl^%^
derful" the Junior offit^S*
used, after the Genesis w'
'Carry On', the praisingr you, and KffL1?
f.n.sho,t ... Cpl. Bla^K
READER'S GUIDE
The Nove mber' issue i
"Betar" published bv %1
Trumpeldor of America has J
artic e by David M. Krakow\
should not miss It is raiu
"Ibn Saud Speaks" "^
would do well to read Arthur
Miller's novel "Focus" hi
a book that should be read hv
timid Jews who accept the line
or least resistance" in the fight
against fascism More than
4,000 volumes of Judaism have
been made available to 168 col-
legse from California to Maine
and from Florida to Northern
Canada by the Jewish Chau-
tauqua Society during the past
four months These books
deal with authentic facts about
Jews and Jewry's role in the
development of the spirit and
practice of democracy Sam-
uel J. Goldfarb, ol 1350 Broad-
way, New York, leminds us that
Mr. Ernest Lens, the late Rich-
ard Beer Hoffman's son-in-law
needs help You can help by
subscribing to Lens Worthwhile
Book Service Sum Goldfarb
will tell you how .
MISCELLANY .
Congratulations to Josephine
and Cherry Balaban, daughters
of Barney Balaban. president of
Paramount Pictures for collect-
ing toys for the orphaned chil-
dren of Europe under the aus-
pices of the World Xmas Festi-
val Bernard Bernstein, Chief
financial adviser to General
Eisenhower will leave his post
very soon The autobiography
of Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. will
appear early next year .
Henry Morgenthau kept a steno
typed record of every conference
ever held in his office while he
was Secretary of the Treasury
. The two Jewish ex-cham-
pions Max 'Ban- and Maxie Ros-
enbloom are now a vaudeville
team Yes it-'s true Hank
Greenberg the bas ball star will
marry an heiress of the Gimbel
Department Store dynast ... Dr.
Lise Meitner, the scientist of
atomic fame will visit America
this winter and lecture for three
weeks at the Catholic University
in Washington Jan Peerce
may do the behind the screen
signing for the Enrico Caruso
film now in preparation And
in case you are interested the
father of Merrill Kenn.th wolf.
the boy of Cleveland who gradu-
ated from Yale at the age of M,
the other day, is an attorney
who defended E. Debs hi the
sedition trials during worm
War I .
CHANUKA THEME OF
MONTHLY MEETING
that there was no reason for the
present political crisis interfering
with land colonization work.
"While we wait for the full ab-
rogation of the White Paper, we
must not be idle," he said. "As
an immediate step we propose to
acquire 500,000 dunams of land.
The Women's Division of \t.\e
American Jewish Congress will
hold its regular Monthly Meet-
ing, at the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue. 311 Washington ave..
Miami Beach, at 2 p. m. In the
Spirit of Chanukah, Mrs. Benj.
Sherry, Program Chairman, will
present a Chanukah Candlelight
Service. In this program will
be Mesdames Frieda Leslie,
Leon Kronish, Teresa Arnold,
Estelle Kimball, Bob Treister,
Beverly Grossman, Frieda Wol-
kenberg. Rose Kimball, and
Bess Glasser.
At this time Mrs. Moses Mes-
cheloff will render a report on
the Defense House Project, of
which she is area chairman.
In tribute to the late Mrs.
Lillian G. Mills, Mrs. S. H. Les-
lies will deliver a eulogy.
Mrs. Lucille Greenbaum.
newly appointed chairman of
hospitality, will be in charge of
refreshments. She will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Marsha Rabinow-
itz and a committee.
This area can be purchased even
under the present conditions be-
cause it is covered by negotia-
tions already initiated."
KEYSTONEBS GROUP JOINS
BEACH Y COUNCIL
After a month's trial meet
ings at the Beach Y. the Ke
stone Club reports progre*!B
its development far surpassing
its former accomplishments.
Previously unaffiliated "
any other group, the to meet at the houses of
members, coming to ,nt.
where they could benefit from
the guidance of the proh^gj
staff and contact* with otner
youth groups.
Since meeting at the j."
club has joined the Intermediate
Council and has assumed the r
sponsibility for the Co-Cha.i
manship of the New PTOH*
Committee, chargedjyjth bi>*
ing in reccomnu-ndat.ons
additional services h|cn SJ
Council could render to
community. .
The Keystone Club invitew
plications for membership J*
all boys from 15 to n J 3
is president.
VICTORY BONDS
BUY THEM ANYWHERE!


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945
Bond Rally
Blackstone, Dec. 2
A gala bond rally and cabana
Darty is to be held at the Black-
stone Hotel Cabana Club and
Gardens, Sunday evening, Dec.
2 at 8 p. m., under the auspices
of the Breater Miami member-
ship of B'nai B'rith.
More than two thousand per-
sons are expected to attend the
affair which will be highlighted
by a bond auction with scarce
;ind valuable items of merchan-
dise offered as prizes to highest
bond bidders.
Mrs. Dina Goldman and Marx
Ft in berg, co-chairmen, reported
that prominent nightclubs and
State celebrities will entertain.
In addition, a water carnival
vhow is scheduled.
An army orchestra, under the
direction of Captain Swift,
Special Services officer, and
Sgt. Zcke Segal, will partici-
pate in the program.
The B'nai B'rith Victory
Loan committee headed by Lt.
E Albert Pallot and Sam W.
Shapiro, reported $760,000 in
Victory Loan Bonds sold. It is
expected that the Blackstone af-
fair will enable B'nai B'rith to
attain its quota of $2,000,000.
The committee in charge of
the Blackstone Victory Loan af-
fair consists of Dave Alper, Alex
S. Cohen, Sol Goldstrom, David
R. Isen, Joseph Lipton, Sam B.
Miller, Burnett Roth, Sam W.
Shapiro, Sam Silver, Ernest
Sussman, George Talianoff, Paul
Weitzman, Harry Zuckernick,
Dave Emmer and Mrs. Harold
Turk.
CULTURAL PROGRAM
The Jewish Peoples Fraternal
Older, Lodge No. 192, will spon-
sor a musical and cultural pro-
gram marking the Sixth Olgin
Memorial, on Sunday, November
25. at 8:00 p.m. at Miami Beach
Public School Auditorium, Wash-
ington Ave. and 14th St.
MIAMI ZIONISTS TO ELECT
A meeting of the Greater Mi-
ami Zionist District will be held
at Beth David auditorium on
Thursday, November 29th, at 8
p. m. Election of officers and
executive board will be con-
ducted. An exhibition of Jew-
ish books will be displayed and
a Palestinian moving picture
will be shown.
COUNCIL WOMEN TO
CELEBRATEJHRTHDAY
Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women will be
celebrating its silver anniversary
during 1946. To commemorate
twenty-five years of service in
this community, announcement
is being made of plans for the
gala dinner dance to be held
January 22 at the famous Co-
lonial Inn at Hollywood. Music
will be furnished by Xavier
Cugat and top flight entertain-
ment has been promised.
Committee in charge of ar-
rangements are Mrs. Stanley
rrenling co-chairmen. Tickets
and reservations will be taken
care of by Mrs. Aaron Fair. Mrs.
Wm. Fair, Mrs. Joseph Kolber,
Mrs. Paul Barnett. Mrs. Irving
Kobley, Mrs. Frank Coret. Mrs.
Bertram Scheur, Mrs. Joseph
Williamson and Mrs. Wm.
Slepian.
*Jewish fhridkiti
PAGE SEVEN
New Ased Auxiliary
Formed Here
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
SPONSORS GAME NIGHT
SERVICEMEN'S
NOTES
On Saturday evening Decem-
ber 1 at 8:30 p.. m in the patio
of the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center, a gala af-
fair will be held by the Sister-
hood, with games, prizes and re-
freshments. Mrs. Nathan Stie-
fel. Chairman of Ways and
Means, has selected as her spe-
cial Chairman for the event,
Mrs. Joseph Berman, with Co-
Chairmen Mrs. Samuel Lipton.
The committee includes the |
Mesdames Alfred Stone, Sara
Levin, Freda Newman, Lillian
Oka, Bertram Scheuer, J. Stein,
M. Jullian, Bertram Scheuer,
Carl Suskind. E. Shackman, F.
Glazer.
The Refreshment Committee,
headed by Mr. Harry Boden-
stein, includes the Mesdames
Eva Osheroff, Ethel Rifkin,
Betty Feuer, Hattie Seligman,
Esther Stitzer, M. Wald. Jean
Schwartzman, Dora Goldberg
and J. Wolfman.
Prizes were donated by Lin-
coln Road merchants.
HOLLYWOOD SCHOOL OPEN
At a Victory Bond Drive held
on Sunday, Nov. 18, the Jewish
Community Center of Holly-
wood, and it's Auxiliary, sold
$35,100 worth of bonds. The
event was held on the lawn of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Fincke. Mr.
S. Zaconick did the auctioneer-
ing.
men convened last Monday, at
the Strath-Haven hotel as lunch-
eon guests of Mrs. Max Green-
berg and Mrs. Jacob Plotkin.
The purpose of this gathering
was to formulate plans for a
Woman's Auxiliary to the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, a plan
that has been initiated in all
cities in the state plan.
The meeting was presided
over by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry
who gave a message of welcome.
Mr. Monte Selig was the princi-
pal speaker of the afternoon. He
traced the history of the Home
up to its present affiliation with
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and stressed the hope
that everyone seeking the care
and service of the Home would
be enabled to secure assistance
in proposed larger quarters in
the near future. The present
Home,, 12th ave. and 4th st., will
be available to receive its first
residents within a very short
time.
By acclamation Mrs. Benja-
min Sherry was selected as
president; Mrs. Harold Spaet,
Mrs. Max Greenberg, Mrs.
Michael Arnold, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Mrs. Benjamin Appel,
Mrs. Sam Ritter, vice-presidents;
Mrs. Jacob Plotkin, treasurer;
Mrs. Sylvia Goldberg, recording"
secretary; Mrs. Philip Weinberg,
financial secretary; Mrs. Rose
Beck, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Jacob Chaves, Assistant
corresponding secretary.
Directors:
Mrs. Moses Krieger, Mrs. A.
M. Weinstein, Mrs. B. J.
Schwartz, Mrs. Rose Weiss. Mrs.
S. Aronstein, Mrs. A. J. Tobin,
Mrs. Gus Trau, Mrs. Daniel
Broad, Mrs. Sam Prosterman,
Mrs. Arthur Klein, Mrs. M. S.
Rubin, Mrs. Louis Miller, Mrs.
Chas. Ratner, Mrs. Max Lieber,
Mrs. Sam T. Sapiro, Mrs. Rose
Silonsky, Mrs. M. Meschelof,
Mrs. L. Kronish, Mrs. I. Pecker-
man, Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Mrs. H.
Perlish, Mrs. S. H. Leslie, Mrs.
Rhoda Levin, Mrs. Leopold Mar-
cus, Mrs. Martin Simmons. Mrs.
B. J. Schwartz, Mrs. B. J.
Schwartz, Mrs. J. Weisglass,
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs.
E. Barkan, Miss Clara Golden-
berg, Mrs. Nathan Glosser, Mrs.
Jos. Rose, Mrs. B. Zimmerman
and Mrs. I. Lehrman.
on a 30 day leave from Wake-
man General Hospital, Camp
Atterbury, Indiana, is dividing
his time between his brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
William N. Berson, 2400 S. W.
21st St., and his brother and sis-
ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Berson, who reside at 745 S. W.
2nd st. Private Berson, for-
merly of Akron, Ohio, served
with the First Division of the
First Army. He was overseas in
England and Germany for three
and a half years. Suffering the
loss of an eye, Private Berson
has spent the past year under
hospital treatment.
Lt. (senior grade) Martin B.
Greenbrg, recently promoted
from Lieutenant (j.g.) is now
Commanding Officer of a fleet
mine sweeper, the "Broadbill."
Lt. Greenberg, who is now in
California, has been in service
three years. A graduate of the
University of Florida, Lt. Green-
berg is the son of Mr. Joseph
Greenberg, formerly of Miami
and now residing in Belle Glade,
Florida.
SERVICEMAN'S CALENDAR
Weekly serviceman's activi-
ties under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board:
Saturday night dance at the
Beach "Y", 1 Lincoln Road,
8:30 P. M. sponsored by the
Miami Beach Service League;
refreshments served; Sunday
morning Brunch, 10 a. m. at
the Beach "Y", sponsored by
B'nai B'rith; Sunday night
dance at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center,
1415 Euclid ave., at 8:30 p. m.,
sponsored by the Senior Hos-
tess Group. Refreshments
served; swimming cabana at
1 Lincoln Road in charge of
Rudy Adler.
Buy More War Bonds.
Think, act. be American!
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
GET YOUR CONTEST BLANK AT ALL STORES AND JOIN
GUILD WIN6
'Name This
Man' Contest
THIS MAN has been called a Pilgrim a Red Devil, also a
Grape Grower. He is the trade mark on every boiteoi wine
produced by members of the Wine growers Guild of Lod^Cah
fornia. an agricultural association of four a:**0*"0??1
winerie. belonging to over 300 California wine grape growers
Guild cellars are located in the choice California wine districts
of Lodi, Woodbridge, Sanger and Cucamonga.
Win $650 In Victory Bonds' fgSfygi
GRAND PRIZE-S200 VICTORY BOND
2ND PRIZE$100 Victory Bond
3RD PRIZE$50 Victory Bond
Next 12 Prizes$25 Victory Bond Each
CONTEST RULES
"""
1. Each name submitterl "*> *?]
,M..,.anll by the red cellulose seal
(,,r li reasonable facsimile) Which CM
be found at the top of ;">' J "
talner of Guild Wine. BImply c t his
Ml and forward same l'^,h'' .s,
your name selection on the cont.st
form.
2. Ka.h name submitted must;be ac-
companied by separateiseal (or MC
simile). Y.iu may submit as man>
names as you desire.
3. Names must be submitted rj
lar contest form. These forms MB
obtainable free of charge a all letau
stores where wines are sold.
Judges for prize awards WVM JjJfo|,C'u"*
Miami; Mr. Paul Bruun, M,aml c*"mers, Fl
4 Contest begins November 19th and
ends December 31st.
," maY All entries remain the prop-
duplicate awards will be made.
c Mill vour bottle seals (or fac-
,';.'re,mn these entry blanks to your
Gl"IL,I> dealer.
u. pPe,ident. American National Bank,
T oni'c. Mr George St. George, Browning.King
,.?.? street. Miami.,
APARTMENT WANTED
by
VETERAN AND WIFE
Permanent Miami Residents
Preferably SoiAhwest Section
MRS. S. WEISS
Care of Jewish Floridian
Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
Returning after over three
years' service in army
T. Douglas Sandberg, M. D.
announces re-opening of his of-
fices in temporary quarters at 2506
Ponce de Leon Blvd., pending
completion of his permanent of-
fices after Feb. 1, at 106 Giralda
Ave., Coral Gables, Fla.
Phones 455954 6474
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Available Transportation
Bui service from Bur-
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and Red Adams bus line.
Professional Bldg., 218
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Jelstncrknati
BETH SHOLOM
DEDICATION NOV. 28
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
daism," "The Faith of a Liberal
Jew," and has contributed arti-
cles to "The Universal Jewish
Encyclopedia," "The Encyclope-
dia of Jewish Knowledge." and
others.
He holds the commission of
Captain on the Bridgage Staff of
the Connecticut State Guard, is
Chaplain of the U. S. Veterans
Hospital in Newington, Conn,:
president of the Hartford Council
of Adult Education, president of
the West Hartford Public Library,
and is editor of Jewish Ledger
(weekly).
The Community House, open
SAMUEL KELEMER
Cantor, Temple Beth Sholom
for the first time to the public,
will have adequate facilities to
accommodate both the Temple
activities and other community
organizations. It has a social hall
with stage and kitchen facilities
accommodating 300 people. Spe-
cial rooms have been built for
crafts, scout troops, library and
other special interest groups. Ten
classrooms are available on the
second floor of the structure. The
main floor houses the Temple
and an auditorium not yet com-
pleted, board room, Rabbi's study
and Temple offices. It is esti-
mated that $50,000 will be spent
in preparing the building for use.
The present building will remain
until conditions permit the erec-
tion of a Temple on property just
south of the structure now owned
by the organization.
WEST FLAGLER TRACK
BREAKS MUTUEL RECORD
The fans, 9.202, were present
at the opening of West Flagler
Kennel Club Tuesday evening.
to wager $214,531 through the
mutuel windows before the eve-
ning was over as their welcome
to the start of Miami's winter
dog racing season.
It was a gala crowdMiami's
first peace-time turnout for grey-
hound racing and quite in con-
trast with last year, there were
fewer fans in uniform.
The crowd started coming early
and space in the kennel parking
lot was soon exhausted. For the
first time since the United States
was plunged into World War U
the Miami Transit Co. operated
special busses direct to the track.
More than 5.000 fans wore on
hand at 7:10 p.m. and they kept
pouring in. The congestion in
front of the mutuel windows was
terrific. ,
But it was a good naturea
crowd and President Jake Sher
and General Manager William
Huntlev had taken precautions to
see that everything would go off
as smoothly as possible on the
opening night.
"I was confident that we are
headed for a record season." said
President Sher. "This turnout
proves it. I think Florida's win-
ter spmts season will he the
greatest in history. It can't
miss."
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That, in a nutshell, is the logic of inflation.
Pay more than a thing is worth, just because it i
scarce, and it's going to cost more to produce
that article than it's worth. Get a lot of people
bidding senselessly for scarce items, and the
vicious spiral begins. Wages and prices soar
higher and higher until your day's pay is literall]
worth less than a plugged nickel.
Then, inevitably, the bottom drops out of the
whole thing ... wages, prices, and values explode
... and economic, political, and social ruin is the
result. It happened in Germany after the last war
It can happen here!
Let's head off inflation before it gets startedl
Let's not pay a penny more than any article is
worth, and let's all abide by ceiling prices.
And let's not buy a lot of stuff we don't really
need. Let's wait until full reconversion brings us
our choice of new improved merchandise., .the
very best our money can buy.
Let's keep our feet on the sround and our
pocketbooks, tool
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jIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1945
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVE ISEN
*Jeisli fkridfon
PAGE NINE
At the regular Tuesday night
C-iinu of November 13th. the
from Lodge of B'nai B'rith met
Beth David. After a very
?asant evening of entertain-
Lnt put on by the AZA boys,
I odge got down to the sen-
business of the evening which
5 Hie nomination of officers
the coming year. The fol-
iring were nominated:
President, E. Albert Pallot;
fct Vice-President, Nat Roth;
cond Vice-President, Sam Sil-
r Recording Secretary, Mau-
c, Cromerj Financial Secretary,
ex Cohen; Treasurer. S. B.
Her; Monitor, Burnett Roth;
Bistant Monitor, Marx Fein-
re; Guardian, John Kronen-
Warden, Jerome Weinkle;
jistees, Isaac Levin, 3 years;
\. Herman Meyers, 3 years; Ely
pne, 2 years; Nathan Adelman,
tear: Earnest Sussman, 1 year;
try Markowitz, 1 year; Samuel
Edrnan, 1 year; Al Quadow, 1
Bi. Leo Ackerman, 1 year;
Irnard Spector, 1 year.
/on will notice that E. Albert
plot is to be the new President
it is with a great deal of
Esfaction that we realize that
Twill once again be at the helm
[continue the good work which
Egident Harold Turk has per-
hru-d during the last year. We
low that with the great num-
of demits to the Miami Beach
jge, Al Pallot will have his
krk cut out for him to stimu-
|e interest and to secure new
bribers for the Lodge. We are
hkinc forward to a year of
(endly rivalry between Miami
Miami Beach which will re-
It in a rapid growth for each
[them and in addition, a much
eater contribution to the com-
jinity at large because of their
paneled efforts in civic affairs.
Third Vice-President, David Iserr
Recording Secretary, Jack Bums;
Treasurer, Sol Goldstrom; Finan-
cial Secretary, Daniel Broad;
Monitor, Harold Turk; Assistant
Monitor, Albert H. Saperstcin-
A. L. Perper; Warden, Garry
Glatt; Guardian, Dr. N. S. Gil-
bert; Trustees: Paul Greene.
Harry Cornblum, Irving Frankel,
Jake Felt, Matthew Silveistein.
Sam Shapiro. Dave Phillips. Jack
August, Emanuel Goldstrich,
Paul Weitzman, Harry Magid.
You will notice that those
whose names appear above as
unopposed for election are there-
fore to be our new officers for
the coming year in those particu-
lar offices. We are therefore par-
ticularly happy to congratulate
George Bertman on whose shoul-
ders will fall the responsibility of
making the Miami Beach Lodge
of B'nai B'rith the finest and
largest in the country.
The elections for both Lodges
will be held at the first meetings
in December. It is most impor-
tant that all members be present
to vote at these elections.
All members and their friends
are urged to set aside the eve-
ning of December 2nd for the
gala War Bond Rally and Water
Show to be held at the Black-
stone Hotel. Those of you who
enjoyed our last rally there can
look forward to even a finer eve-
ning than before. Among the
features will be a water ballet,
several acts, dancing under the
moon, refreshmentsall in all, a
perfect evening to start the social
season. The hard work being
put forth by Co-Chairmen Marx
Feinberg and Dina Goldman as-
sures us of an unusually success-
ful affair.
THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
B'NAI B'RITH HEADS
SPEAK AT LAKELAND
Tuesday night, November 20th,
j Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
tith was treated to a very fine
Ik by Dr. A. W. Gottschall.
brida director of the National
Inference of Christians and
re,
Ipne of the highlights of the
feting was the bringing in of
new members by Mr. A. L.
Jrper. 13 by Mr. Sam Shapiro
eight by Mr. Dave Alper.
lest* gentlemen show how easy
I is to secure new members if
le will just make up his mind
lget them. From now on, any
Dividual bringing in only a
fcgle member will find his work
passed many times over by
fellow Ben Briths.
|Tho nominations for officers for
coming year for the Beach
dge are as follows:
President, George Bertman;
[st Vice-President, Martin Ge-
.-Walter Kovner; Second Vice-
psident, Harry Zukernick;
AMUSEMENT PARK OK'D BY
MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION
Princess Park, known as Flor-
ida's Coney Island, has received
an enthusiastic reception by
Greater Miami residents. Lo-
cated at 6800 W. Flagler, the
amusement park offers direct
transportation by bus 16, provid-
ing an atmosphere of fun for the
entire family.
The amusement park offers
dancing, thrill rides and educa-
tional exhibits. It has received
the approval of the Ministerial
and Teachers Association of Dade
County. There is no gambling,
no games of chance and no liquor
allowed by the management.
QUESTION: What is a "Mik-
veh"?
ANSWER: The word "Mikveh"
comes from a Hebrew root that
designates the act of "gather-
ing"'. The term "Mikveh
Mayim" is used frequently in
the Bible to mean "a gathering
of water". Colloquically. how-
ever, the term "Mikveh" came to
be known as the term denoting
the bathing place where the im-
pure take their ritual bath, in
order to be purified. It actually
consists of a pool which has been
started by naturally gathered
water. Technically speaking, at
least the first one hundred and
sixty gallons of water must have
been naturally gathered, i.e.,
without the direct air of an arti-
ficially made receptacle or the
human hand. It is required that
married women immerse in this
body of water (which at each re-
fill must have the required natu-
ral base) after a certain period
after each menstrual cycle, and
that the bride immerse herself
before her wedding. It is also
used to immerse new glass and
silver utensils. Many pious men
immerse in it before the Sab-
bath and before holidays.
OUESTION: Why does thf
Jewish law require such immer-
sions.
ANSWER: The Talmudic lit-
erature has based this require-
ment upon certain derivatives
from the Bible. In Biblical lit-
erature water has always been
designated as a purifying agent.
Natural flowing waters have
been designated as not only
agents of physical cleanliness,
but also of spiritual purity. It
is a self-evident fact that stag-
nant water is a breeding place
of germs and disease while
much parasites couldn't e*ist in
a natural stream of running
water. Besides this, the com-
plete physical immersion in
natural waters, which are re-
quired by law to touch every
party of the body, implies a
great moral precept. Man is
considered at his spirtual height
when he is completely in line
with the forces of Universe,
meaning consequently that he is
Mr. George Talianoff of the
Anti-Defamation League, and
Mr. Harold Turk, Florida State
Chairman of the Membership
Drive Committee of B'nai B'rith,
addressed a meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Lodge at Lakeland Mon-
day evening. Mr. Turk spoke on
membership in the organization,
while Mr. Talianoff gave a dis-
course on the aims and activities
of the Anti-Defamation League.
Mr. Talianoff goes to West Palm
Beach on the 27th to speak be-
fore the Lodge in that city. Mr.
Gilbert J. Balkin has arrived
here to assume his duties as as-
sistant to Mr. Talianoff.
in complete harmony with the
will of God. Being immersed in
natural waters would therefore
superimpose the feeling of one-
neses, purity and religion upon
the individual. It would there-
fore logically follow that the
bride or the married women
after the menstrual period, who
are in need of purity and in-
spiration in order to continue
their lives in harmony with the
will of the Creator who has cre-
ated male and female for an
ideal purpose, should immerse in
a naturally gathered body of
water.
HOME STUDY GROUPS
Home Study Groups for ten or
more students are being arranged
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, assisted by Beth David Con-
gregation. A teacher is sent to
the home to teach Hebrew to the
students.
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?
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Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343
appi i n pm >S* jBPi W
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Phone 2-7439
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GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Fla. ADL Director
One of the most significant
films released in recent years,
"It Happened In Springfield." is
being exhibited in theatres
throughout Dade County.
Telling the inspiring and grip-
ping story of the "Springfield
Plan" of every day democracy as
followed with such success in the
public schools of Springfield,
Mass., this impressive offering
brings to the screen a vital mes-
sage which should be seen by
all Americans of whatever re-
ligious belief or creed.
Briefly, the picture relates the
fast-moving events which befall
a beloved foreign-born American
citizen, after he has incurred the
wrath of a local political boss.
Angered by his refusal to swing
an election his way. the boss in-
vites the town hoodlums into a
Nazi-like attack on the old man
and his small stationery store.
A teacher seeing the unprovoked
tragedy, offers to take the store-
keeper's wounded soldier-son to
Springfield where she teaches. In
an endeavor to restore the young
man's confidence in the American
way of life, she guides him
through a few of the schools
where the plan is currently in
effect.
What the veteran sees reaf-
firms his belief in our country,
and provides a most pointed
message. .
"It Happened In Springfield
is a pictorial salute to the way
of life and of thinking which our
servicemen fought to preserve.
Considerable positive thinking
will be stimulated by this ex-
tremely effective picture, which
has received the endorsement of
key educators and civic leaders
all over the country.
RELEASED VETERAN
OPENS DENTAL OFFICE
Dr. E. G. Blasters, formerly
captain in the United States
Army, has opened offices at lid
Biscayne Blvd., following his re-
cent release from the armed
forces. Dr. Blasberg, who prac-
ticed dentistry in Columbus.
Ohio, prior to his induction, was
in the army for five years. His
first assignment was at the Sta-
tion Hospital, Camp Blanding.
where for 17 months he served
on the Mobile Induction Board
of the State of Florida and was
also in charge of the Oral Surg-
ery Department. Following this
period. Dr. Blasberg was sta-
tioned in Honolulu where he
served with the Provost Marshall
and the Military Government.
His final post was Chief of Den-
tal Service. 8th Station Hospital,
taking care of casualties from
the Pacific Ocean area.
IN GREATER MIAMI
LILLEY'S OPENS TO THRONG
James Lilley. one of America's
leading restauranteers was host
to hundreds of his friends at the
opening of Lilley's Restaurant
and Cocktail Lounge, 829 Bis-
cayne Blvd.
The new decorations executed
by Walter Hay. who has become
famous for his decorative work
at Longchamps, won the admira-
tion of all.
Jose Toronto and his Rhumba
Vagabonds delighted the audi-
ence as did Sporn & Dukoff, the
aristocrats of melody.
GREETINGS
FRANCES K. POWELL
The Ultimate in Fine Foods
Re-Opening Her Newly En-
larged Dining Room
at
524 41st Street. Miami Beach
Friday. Nov. 16th. at 5 P. M.
With Banquet Dinner
Ph. for Reservations, 5-1646
The Finest In
French Cuisine
Steaks and
Chops Are
Best Quality
Great Variety
of Foods
Wofford Terrace
DINING ROOM
Collins Ave. at 24th Street
Miami Beach on the Ocean
Phone 5-6891
of Foods f-none a-B9i A|| ^-
Under Direct Supervision of Tony Barrero. As In the' p8"*
ARMY RETURNS HOTEL
The President Madison, swank
ocean-front 206-room hostelry of
Miami Beach, covering the entire
block between 38th and 39th Sts.
on Collins Ave.. was returned
from the Army yesterday. The
President Madison was taken
over by the Army in November,
1942.
Albert Grossman, managing di-
rector, announces the hotel will
open for the season on December
15th and the hotel is being ex-
tensively redecorated and newly
equipped and furnished in keep-
ing with the original colonial de-
sign.
The President Madison has a
private beach, submarine-lighted
swimming pool, outdoor dining
terrace, cabanas and other luxury-
features.
MIZRACHI PARTY
Mrs. Bertha Hagen. chairman
for the Card Party held at the
Kenmore Hotel, Miami Beach,
Tuesday evening by the Miami
Beach Mizrachi Organization, re-
ports that the affair was success-
ful. Proceeds will go to the or-
phan children of Europe, who are
being sent to Palestine.
TO TOUR CUBA
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.
NO MINIMUM "NOW OPEN"
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.
"Food Fit for A King"
OPENED WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH
Chef's SpecialsCharcoal Steaks and ChopsSupper Specialty
1626 ALTON ROAD AT LINCOLN PHONE 5-9637
In line with the good neighbor
policy, the seniors of the Lear
School will make a short holiday
tour of Cuba via Pan American
Airways in order to become bet-
ter acquainted with the Cuban
people. The group will be ac-
companied by Mr. J. E. Silver,
assistant director of the school.
TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT
JEWISH HUNGARIAN COOKING
The Best Meal in Town
645 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
FARKAS PHONE 5-64JI
Managed
by
EHRENREICH'S I^VSt'
GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL DINING ROOM
516 WASHINGTON AVE.-MIAMI BEACH
Daily and Sunday HoursLuncheon 12 to 1
Dinner 5 to 8 Enjoy Delicious Foods
Strictly Kosher
Reservations Must Be Made for Friday's and Saturday's Dinners
Hotel
Rooms
Available
A Treat
to the
Public
MR. BERNARD RAKOFF
KAUFMAN'S HOTEL. ATLANTIC CITY
MR. A. HYMAN
OF THE LORRAINE HOTEL. ATLANTIC CITY
have leased the
London Arms Hotel
727 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
and will operate under their same p>meiples and
and management with strictly
KOSHER DINING ROOM
with the very best prepared food
MEALS SERVED TO THE PUBLIC AT ALL TIMES
Make Reservations Now For Your Party
Catering to Wedding. Banquet and Bar Milzvah Parliei
PHONE 5-1264
PYTHIAN SISTERS NOMINATE
Miami Beach Pythian Sisters,
Temple No. 43, will hold a meet-
ing on Tuesday, November 27th.
at 8:30 p.m. at 617 Collins Ave.,
when nominations for officers
will be made. A special birth-
day celebration in honor of the
second anniversary of the Tem-
ple will follow the meeting.
THE
ASTOR
HOTEL
Washington at 10th St.
IS NOW OPEN
DINING ROOM
Open Friday, Nov. 30
Under Management of
the Hotel
STRICTLY KOSHER
T eOnly Ini\
FOR YOUR
DINING PLEASURE
RESTAURANT
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
1045 DADE BOULEVARD
Phone 5-J058 Open Daily. 5:30-9:00 -Sunday. 5:00-9:30 Closed Mondays

ALPERT'S
FAMOUS DELICATESSEN
AND RESTAURANT
OPEN FOR THE SEASON
i "Serving the Finest"
POPULAR PRICES
6 Ocean Drive f, Miami Beach
FOR THE BEST
HOME COOKED MEALS
Daily 4:30 P. M. to 9 P. JJ
Sunday 12 Noon to 9 P.
Restaurant666 Collins AvenueMiami Beach
Closed Every Monday
Blumenfeld':
For a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner Go to tbi
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
Kosher n a Restaurant
158 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
For Reservations Phone 5-9462
HERBERT'S RESTAURANT
2200 WEST FLAGLER STREET
Opiated by Pavld and Florence Schiller ... *^ M*
Johnaon'a Killer Btreet Store Serving W "de on premim
er.te Price. Herbert's Supreme Ice Cream mao.
AM Meal. Prepared under th. Supervi.ion of the Po.ular I.
of Miami Beach
It's Smart To Dine At
I II I CVC RESTAURANTS
LILLt/ b COCKTAIL LOUNGE
PHONE 3-681'
829 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHU"L
FINEST FOOD
Featuring Sea Foods. Steaks and Chops
DANCINGJOSE TORONTO RUMBA VAGABO
Special Attraction for Limited Engagement
SPORN 8c DUKOFF Aristocrats of Meloc
DINE IN COMFORT AT THE
STRAND RESTAURANT
Washington Ave. at I2ti. st- M,2rtidne|TI0NfD
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONPI w
Telephone 58-297!
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HDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1945
routh Commission
>lans Rally
The Greater Miami Zionist
biuth Commission will begin this
Lgson's activities with a Youth
f,|lv for young men and women
tftwcen the ages of 18 and 25,
|n Sunday, December 2nd.
The Zionist Youth Commission
, composfid of representatives of
L local Zionist Districts and
hCir sister organization, Hadas-
Its function is to bring the
Message of Zionism to the youth
F our area and to organize youth
Iroups for different ages.
T Already established by the
Leal Commission are a number
If Young Judea chapters in Mi-
dii and Miami Beach, for boys
Ud girls between the ages of
|0 and 11-
The Junior Hadassah, organized
asi year, now has a membership
tf i5 young women between
he ages 0* 18 and 25.
The .scheduled Youth Rally is
Manned to help the establish-
ment of Masada groups for young
hen in Miami and Miami Beach,
nd to help in the membership
|I1V( of the Junior Hadassah.
Officers of the Commission are:
Ir S. A. Goodman, chairman',
fli! Frank Rose and Mrs. E.
fcsowoder, vice-chairmen; Mr.
Elton Mannheimer, secretary;
Jr. Phillip Salmon, treasurer.
. The following committee ap-
Lintnients were made by Mr.
Goodman: Young Judea Corn-
hitter: Mr. and Mrs. E. Lesow-
fier, Mrs. S. A. Goodman, Mr. J.
fcah-. Junior Hadassah Commit-
fce: Mrs. George Cohen, Mrs. A.
fan Staaton, Miss Natalie Fran-
[el. Masada Committee: Dr. S.
6. Schneider, Mr. Milton Mann-
ieimer. Mr. Frank Rose. Pub-
icitv Committee: Mrs. Moses
escheloff, Miss Charlotte Ab-
anis Leadership Training Com-
Vittei : Mr. Frank Rose, Rabbi
Hoses Mescheloff, Rabbi Leon
Eronish, Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
dr. A. Cannes, Mr. J. Marash,
dr. M. Grossman.
All committees will coordinate
heir efforts on behalf of the
youth Rally on December 2nd.
fader the chairmanship of Dr. S.
G. Schneider.
*Jewist fhridian
PAGE ELEVEN
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TITLE COMPANY
HAS NEW OFFICE
The American Title and Insur-
2,nce, Co- with homt! offices at 37
N. E. First Ave., has announced
the opening of an office at 1631
Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
The Miami Beach office is in
charge of Edwin Odette and
Carlos Edwards. Odette, who has
been a resident of Miami for
more than 21 years, has been
elected vice-president of the com-
pany, and Edwards has been
elected assistant secretary and
title officer.
The American Title and Insur-
ance Co. is a local concern and
was organized in 1936. It is
qualified as an insurance com-
pany to do business in the states
of Florida and Georgia, and has
a number of agencies in both of
those states. The company com-
menced business with a paid-in
capital of $100,000 and surplus of
$10,000. Its latest statement
shows a paid-in capital of $275,-
000 and a surplus of approxi-
mately SI 00,000.
Other officers of the company
are Joseph Weintraub, president;
David L. Breinin, vice president
snd treasurer; DeBlois Milledge,
vice-president, and Ronald G.
Eaton, vice president and secre-
tary.
KADIMAH WOMEN
SPONSOR GAME EVENT
The Pioneer Women's organi-
zation, Kndimah Chapter, is hav-
ing a Mah Jong and card party
at the George Washington hotel,
516 Washington ave., Miami
Beach, on Thursday, Nov. 29, at
8 p. m. Refreshments will be
served and door prizes will be
awarded. The public is invited
to attend and tickets may be
purchased at the door. The
evening is being made possible
through the courtesy of Mr. and
Mrs. Ehrenreich, of the George
Washington hotel.
SPECIALIZING IN
NORTHEAST PROPERTIES
J. Emmet Grant
AND ASSOCIATES
REAL ESTATE
Fullest Co-operation
6207 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 782419
MON AH AN'S
ONE-STOP
AUTO SERVICE
2160 S- W. 8th Street
Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Sundays 9 to 3
PHONE 3-8266
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
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PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER
HAVANA
MEXICO
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FARR TOURS
1247 Washington Ave.
Phone 58-1694
"Farr Tours Are Far Belter"
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
B*T.KIP.L5 ,SRAEL- N. E. 19th
!>t., Saul Appelbaum, rabbi; Reform
grouty evening services at 8:16 p.m.
i.ai.hi Appelbaum will speak on "Who
Werei I hankful." Reception given by
ins Sisterhood In Kaplan Hall will
roiiow the service!, lira. Marvin
uchter win be in charge, assisted by
Mesdames Nathaniel M. Levin. N\ D.
Kail and Harry Itoycll.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
CREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.-
Mulay evening services, t>:48 o'clock.
Saturday morning services at u a.m.
Dallj services at 9 a.m. and 5:80
p.m. junior Congregation services
Saturday al a.m. at Shaarci Zcdck
ralmud Torah, 1546 s. w. Third si.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
301.311 Washington Avenue. Miami
Bench; Moses Mescheloff, rabbi; Or-
thodox Friday evening service at
5:13 p.m. Adult Saturday morning
-' J Ice, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Meachi loft
"ill preach on "Israel's Messengers."
Cnntor Louis l>. Feeler will chant the
services. Junior congregation ser-
vices for boys and girls "f elementary
age, in a.m. Intermediate services
for adolescents, io a.m. The Bible
study group will meet with s. j,
Frcedman al I p.m. Shalos Budos,
5:15 p.m. The rabbi win speak on
the I''iHinn ,,i the Week Sunday
morning, junior classes, li) a.m. to
........ Bar Hltsva study 'lass Tues-
day and Thursday, 7 p.m. Gilbert
Berg, sen of Mr, and .Mrs. Leon Berg,
will be Bar Mltivah Saturday morn-
ing.
place and a chanukah program will
be presented by the Young Judea
Group.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMU-
NITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach; Irving Lehrman, rabbi;
Conservative Friday evening ser-
vice, 3:15 p.m. Ijite services. 8:15
p.m. Kahlii I.chrman will preach on
the subject "It Is Good to Give
Thanks." Cantor Kmanuel Barkan
will chant the service, assisted by the
Center Choir, under the direction of
Mr. Joseph Sehrelbman. Saturday
morning services. 'J a.m. Rabbi Dehr-
man will preach on "The Weekly
Portion of the I-aw." Richard, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wnsserman,
will be Bar Mltivah. Junior Congre-
gation services Saturday, 10 a.m.
Saturday evening. Mlncha at 5 p.m.
followed by Shalos Budos and Maarlv
AZA-BBG Bar Mltava breakfast Sun-
day at II a.m. Hebrew school and
Sunday school now In session. Youth
Council activities every Monday,
Tuesday, Thurad&y and Saturday
evenings, Arts and Crafts on Wed-
nesday evenings.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
135 N. W. Third Ave.; Max Shapiro,
rabbiI.il.- Friday evening services
will be held at N:15 o'clock. Rabbi
Shapiro will conduct Hi., services and
Cantor Abraham Friedman, assisted
by the Beth David Choir, will offici-
ate, in observance of Thanksgiving
Day, Hal.In Shapiro's topic i.i dis-
cussion will be "Why Are We Thank-
ful?" A social hour will follow the
services, The floral offering was
donated by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Phillips. Services Saturday morning
al B:30 to be followed by Students'
services at 10:S0. Parents and friends
cordially Invited to attend. This Sun-
day, class Chanukah parties will take
Your Complete Department
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Washington Ave. at 13th St
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flarler St.. Miami
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301
Best carefor chronic sick, conva-
lescent and elderly people
SANF.L BEER, M. D., Director
Reasonable Prices
^aaiLarge Beautiful GroundiM
Monahan's Electric
804 S. W. 22nd Ave.
ELECTRICAL
Appliance RepairsPrompt
Service
Phone 4-0632
TOP SOIL
4-0335
GRADE A PULVERI2IED
and PROCESSED MUCK
and MARL. Any Mixture
No Shells or Weeds
BITTER BLUE SOD
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Landscaping Estimates
All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
fot "{tvta*^
DRINK PLENTY OF
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V Water
5-GALLON BOTTLE
CASE OF SIX
TABLE BOTTLES
!plus Bottle Depots
PHONE 2-4128
. 70c
. 80c
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase
Ave. at 4l8t St., Miami Beach; Leon
Kronish. rabbi; Samuel Kelemer,
cantor; LiberalSabbath of Thanks-
giving will he commemorated at ser-
vices tonight at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Kronish will speak on "The Irony of
Thanksgiving." Saturday morning
services 10:48 a.m. Cantor Kelemer
will chant at all services. A 16-
mlnute organ prelude win precede
each service. Religious school, Sun-
STUDENT BODY ELECTS
The student body of the Con-
gregation Beth David held an
election of officers last Sunday,
with the following elected: Pres-
ident. Kenneth Myers; Vice Pres-
ident, Estell Greenberg; Secre-
tary, Evelyn Schwartz, and
Treasurer, Charles Rosenblitt.
HOLLYWOOD OPENS SCHOOL
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center announces the opening
of its school of religious educa-
tion. Sunday School and He-
brew classes are under the leader-
ship of Mr. S. Ashkenazy. School
classes meet each Sunday morn-
ing from 10 a.m. to noon and
classes in Hebrew meet each
Monday and Wednesday after-
noon from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
day, 10 a.m. Hebrew classes, week-
day afternoons. 3:45 p.m. All chil-
dren between the uses of 5 and 14
are invited to register. Dedication
service, 8:15 p.m. Wednesday, Nov.
28th, Dr. Abraham J. Seldman, guest
speaker.
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*Jewishnoridi&ri
raiDA^NovEMBEB
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
99
POLITICAL TRENDS: Behind
the creation of the Anglo-Ameri-
can inquiry commission on Pal-
estine is not so much Britain's
eagerness to solve the Palestine
Russian ambitions in the Middle
East The creation of the
Anglo-American commission is
only the first step in this direc-
tion ... It is the most innocent
way of bringing the United
States into a British-American
alliance covering a tarritory
where England's position is vul-
nerable and where British and
Soviet interests are liable to
clash Meanwhile, it is be-
coming clearer to many inter-
ested quarters in Washington
that with the creation of the
Anglo-American inquiry com-
mission, America lost the first
round to England on the Pales-
tine issue ... It is obvious that
Truman's statement that he still
adheres to his original demand
for the immediate admission of
100,000 Jews to Palestine, is but
a means of saving face .It is
quite clear that a very small
fraction of 100,000 Jews will be
admitted before the inquiry
commission completes its study
and makes its recommendations
. Whether America will win
in later rounds remains to be
seen The lesson now learned
is that our State Department is ]
not the equal of the British For-
eign Office when it comes to j
political bargaining Other- |
wise, how can one explain the
fact that the State Department
permitted a situation to develop
where a request of the President
of the United States was brushed
aside by Britain with such ease
. The next British maneuver
is expected to be a suggestion
that at least twenty thousand
displaced Jews be admitted to |
the United States each year un-
der the existing quota regula-
tions to ""match"' the number of
Jews who will be admitted to
Palestine at the rate of 1,500 a
month .
*
THE JEWISH FRONT. It has
been little noticed that British
Foreign Secretary Bevin made
no mention of the Jewish Agency
in his statement on Palestine
... At the same time, he went
out of his way to praise the "co-
operation' of the Arabs and to
'emphasize that not all Jews are
! Zionists One case, there-
fore, be certain that the Anglo-
I American inquiry commission
I will, as far as Britain is con-
j cerned, deal with non-Zionists
' as well as Zionists ... It seems
to me that Zionist leadership
can negate Bevin's distinction
between Zionists and Jews by
bringing the non-Zionists of the
Jewish Agency into the picture,
instead of ignoring them
People have almost forgotten
that the Jewish Agency is com-
posed of Zionist and non-Zionist
members Whatever the rea-
son for ignoring the non-Zionists
might have been in the past, it
is obvious that nothing can be
gained in the future by leaving
the non-Zionist out of Jewish
Agency consultations ... It cer-
tainly would be better to have
them inside the Jewish Agency
than outside And all indica-
tions point to the fact that those
who talk about the American
Jewish Committee and the
Arrferican Council for Judaism
in the same breath, are not help-
ing the Palestine cause ... Of
course, it is possible that by the
Agency may have resigned in
time this is in print, the Jewish
protest against Bevin's state-
ment But even then, Zion-
ists and non-Zionists, especially
in the United States, must find
a common language This is
highly important, not only for
the sake of Jewish interests in
Palestine, but also because
Bevin's statement, in certain
passages, had an anti-Zionistic
flavor .

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during the second world war ud
to the present time ... It also
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the Oswego refugees is now in
the hands of Secretary of State
James F. Byrnes And all in-
dications point to the possibility
that the refugees may finally be
released from the Fort Ontario
camp "on leave," under certain
conditions While still under
obligation to return to their na-
tive-lands, the refugees will be
handled individually and not as
a group Those of them who
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USE IMAGINATION
1114 Alton Road.
Nov. 19. 1945,
Miami Beach, Fla.
The Editor.
The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida.
Dear Sir:
In the uneasy year of 1929,
when Hitler and the National
Socialists were making ominous
strides, an advertisement signed
by hundreds of prominent Jews
appeared in the Berlin VOS-
SICHE ZEITUNG, which stated:
"We profess the Jewish relig-
ion, but reject any sort of Jewish
nationalism. We regard our-
selves ... as members of the
German, not of the Jewish peo-
ple. In the establishment of the
National Jewish homeland we
see an error which is bound to
jeopardize the work of emanci-
pation of the champions of Ger-
man Judaism, and the ethical-
religious task of Judaism for
humanity."
On Nov. 16. in the scarcely
happier year of 1945. Reba Eng-
ler Epstein wrote in "The Jewish
Floridian." "We (The American
Council for Judaism) believe
that the mission of Israel can
only be performed by Jews re-
maining members of the Jewish
religion and not citizens of a
few square miles in Asia Miner."
Many of the signers of the
first quoted document must be
smiling ironically at Mrs. Ep-
stein's words in the Paradise re-
served for the martyrs of our
faith. From behind the barb-
wire of the concentration camps
which still enclose them, many
others, it is feared, are less
philosophical. And. in Palestine,
perhaps we can hope for their
own sake and the sake of their
children, still some others offei
living refutation of their and
Mrs. Epstein's declarations.
Although Hegel saw history
as an evolution of ideas, the
average student of it is apt to
be depressed and horrified l>\ its
monotony, the senseless repeti-
tion of its mistakes, the cruel
and tragic inability of mankind
to learn from past errors both of
thought and action and to profit
thereby. This maddening re-
fusal of the members of Mrs.
Epstein's group to apply the bit-
ter lesson we have seen un-
folded before our eyes drives
one into an exasperation similar
to that felt by the youthful
Eduard Gans, the German-Jew-
ish philosopher of the 1820s who
cried out:
"The only link which unites
the Jews is fear; the only inter-
est for which they are willing to
part with some of their worldly
goods is charity."
And Charity, of course, is not
enough. And if VOU would ask.
"What is enough?". I should an-
swer. "Imagination'' For only
imagination can make an Amer-
ican Jew realize and understand
the state of mind of his brothers
in Europe. Imagination quails
before the vision >>f Europi an
Jewry sentenced to remain in
lands which are the charnel
houses not only of his km-tolk.
but of his man-hood and ol Ins
self-respectthe giave-yard of
his personal, human dignity.
The scene of his degradation
mocks his pitiful efforts to crawl
up. out of the filth and mire and
muck into which his lace was
ground and trampled. Only in
Palestine can he hope to rise-
up. off his knees, to stand, trem-
bling and shaking perhaps, but
erect, with eyes that need not
flinch from the reminders of the
is past, with head un-
bowed, a free man in his own
free land.
One is aghast at the temerity
of comfortable American Jews
who DARE to assign to these
martyrs the role of prophets ot
the gospel of "The Fatherhood
of God and the Brotherhood
of Man ... to the Western
World." tl quote Mrs. Epstein.)
I: : ighl he recommended that
the American Council member-
ship take over such a mission-
ary task. ..nd let the tortured
90'; of European Jews whose
most fervent prayer is to be per-
mitted to go to Palestine (ac-
cording to Earl Harrison in his
: to President Truman*
shake fnmi their feet the soli in
which mingles the silent, yet
eloquent, dust of their loved
ones. How curious it is that this
mystical attitude of resignation,
this philosophy of pacifism and
non-resistance should evidence
itself in these "typical Ameri-
cans (of the Jewish persuasion.
U) be sure). With what disap-
prove! do they frown upon DiV
Wise's statement that "if neces-
sary the Zionist Organization
Should resort to arms and vio-
lence to obtain the acquisition
of the Palestinian National
State." (Quote from Mrs. Ep-
stein once more, and, inciden-
tally, a mis-quotation of what
Dr. Wise said.) Does the Coun-
cil frown with equal disapproval
upon all the brave men who
fought and died to found a coun-
try or to keep it free? The Mar-
quis of France, to bring it up
t recent date? The Partisans
of Greece and Jugoslavia? The
guerrillas of Poland and Russia?
Every due Zionist fervently
hopes that Palestine may be se-
cured to our people without vio-
lence, but, Alas, there are few
people who have ever gained a
land without its soil having been
stained, to its glory and theirs,
with the blood of its brave men
and women. We American Zion-
ists (and we are good Americans.
Rabbi Berger) have no wish to
incite Palestinian Jewry to war-
fare. It's easy to cheer on the
heroes from the safety of the
side lines. But if they MUST
fightand they will fight only if
they MUSTour prayers and
faith and resources will be with
them. We shall do no less than
the American Irish, the Ameri-
can Czech, the American Pole
whose blessed freedom in Ame-
ric fired his zeal that his people
across the sea might share that
blessing.
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MYERS AND HEIMAN
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11 B-16-23-30 12/7
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DIANA COOPERSMITH
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SOUTHERN DAIRIES
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ducts and Ice Cream.
AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
Dade County Safety Council
will open its membership drive
Sunday and organize the county's
various industrial, business and
mercantile groups to combat the
swiftly rising accident toll, which
has given Dade County the worst
safety record of any community
of its size in the nation.
The drastic need for safety will
be called to public attention
through safety messages carried
by more than 400 busses and by
displays prepared for 500 store
windows.
John D. Kille, membership
chairman, will head the drive, and
will be assisted by R. C. Free-
man, Roy Turner, Sumner Wald-
ron, and others. The drive will
start today and continue for the
next month.
From abroad. Senator Claude
R. Pepper cabled his congratula-
tions on the drive, saying: "Dade
has the worst safety record of
any community of similar size
in the United States. The for-
mation of the Dade County Saf-
ety Council, to remove this black
stain from the county's record, is
a splendid and public spirited
effort which deserves the sup-
port of every citizen. Join the
Council, practice what it preaches
and help it make its slogan come
true: 'Dade Countythe world's
safest playground'."
"We've already had a strong
response, but we need complete
enrollment and cooperation if
Dade's No. 1 accident problem is
to be licked," Kille said.
He urged merchants, business-
men and industrialists to commu-
nicate with the Council's head-
quarters at 275 N. W. 2nd St. for
further information on how their
organizations can cooperate in re-
ducing the county's accident toll.
The goal for the drive is $17,500.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at HI
w.st Flagler Street, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
ALICE CL'TLIP
HARRY DIETZ, Attorney
1105 Congress l-.uildlng
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of A5TTEC CONSTRUCTION AND
REALTY CO., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK A. WISH
CHARLES F. CONE
NATALIE. M. WEINSTEIN
Attorney for Applicants
421) Lincoln Road
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVICS' that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
.if CORAL CABLES INN, at 303
Minoria Avenue, Coral Oablea, 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
DURANTS SUNDRIES, at 1203 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,
Florida. _____
JOSEPH SIPGF.L.
Sole Owner,
r,FORCE CHERTKOF.
Attorney.
11 2-9-16-23-80
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
nf JOHNSTETT Fl'RS at 107 N. E.
First Avenue intends to register
said name with the Clerk nf the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
NATHAN STETTNER.
11/2-9-1G-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
CHARLES ROBERTS & CO. (not
Inc.), at 42" Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Dade County, Florida, and in-
tend to register the said fictitious
name In the office of tho Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY BLUMIN.
CHARLES S. ROBERTS,
B. FI.EEMAN,
Owners
GEORGE CHERTKOF.
Attorney for Applicants.
11/16-23-30 12/5-12
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,
050 Seybold Bldg., Miami, Florida.
10/26 11/2-9-10-23
BEACH CENTER HAS PARTY
Party
The Annual Chanuka
for children of the
school of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community Center, will be
held on Sunday, Nov. 25. at 1U
a. m. The party will feature a
marionette show and luncheon
will be served by the sisterhood.
The Senior Youth Council will
give a dance and Chanuka
Party on Saturday evening, Nov.
24 at 8:30 p. m._______________
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
,,f the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Fl"ri"a- HURRAY KABTOFF
WALTER A. TREPTE
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
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C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893 OTTTrnrRe
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Phone 5191
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
Learn to DriveModern Way
Army and Navy Instructors
Agency for Drivers Licenses
And Auto Tags
FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING
SCHOOL
1013 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 5-5082
IX THE COFXTY JUDGE'S COURT
IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FI.ORIPA. IX rRORATF..
Xo. 1685S
In Re: ESTATE OP __
WILLIE E. PAYNE
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
You. and eaeh of you, are hereny
notlfled and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
religious [estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
,,, the Hon. W. F. Blanton, county
Indue of Dade County, and file the
name in his office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida within eight calendar months
from the date of tho first publication
hereof Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to lie sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same win
be barred. See Section 120 of the
1932 Probate Art.
Date November S. A. P. 19 In.
ARTHUR L. PAYNE
As Administrator of the Estate of
WILLIE K. PAYNE, Deceased.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Administrator.
11/9-16-23-30 _________
'LEGAL NOTICES
" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
mfundersigned, desiring, to engage
BAGGAGE al 887 Mrd street.
Beach F'a-. intends to
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
name
AXP
Miami
register said
of the Circuit
Y Pane County. Florid. ..^
Applicant.
MYERS AXP HEIMAN,
ittorneys for Applicant.
11/10-23-30 12/7-H
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fletitlousiname
Of MAJESTIC PLASTIC COMPANY
(Nol Inc.) at Postal Building. Miami,
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
pade County, nodda^ R
Sole Owner.
MII.TOX A. FRIEDMAN
attorney for Applicant
102S Seybold Building
11/9-16-23-30 12/7 ____________
NOTICF. IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of .1 \CKSON REFRIGERATION
SERVICE at 310 X. W. 12th Avenue
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Pade County PloridahTiTi3jcnERO
(Sole Owner)
MARX FEIXRERG, Attorney
11/9-16-23-30 12/7 _________^^
04"
ToGUST BROS Ry,
Is the REST
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious
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. CORDON
ELLA BRINKMAX
Co-Partners
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attornev 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,
Florida. .
HENRY STEINHOUSER.
HARRY PIETZ. Attorney,
1105 Congress Bldg.
11/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the flctltleus name
of RAUZIN INSURANCE AGENCY
at 128 N. E First Avenue. Miami.
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida. _.___,
ALBERT RAUZIN,
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 FLAMINGO COFFEE CO., at 142
X B. 12th St.. Miami. Fla., intends
to' register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Pade County,
Florida. ceiia SEQAL
HARRY PIETZ
Attornev for Applicant
11/23-30 12/7-14-21 ______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned Is engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
ALL STATE PLUMBING SUPPLY.
at 211 N. W. 5th Street. Miami. Dade
County, Florida, and Intends to reg-
ister the said fictitious name in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAMUEL MITCHELL
Sole Owner
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicant
11/23-30 12/7-14-21
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
f POTTLE CAP INN. at 1290 N. W
119th Street. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Pade County, Florida.
RUTH WASSERSTEIN
JOE MIRABEL
nilLLIP MIRABEL
SILVER-KAPLAN-PIETZ '
Attorneys for Applicants
11/23-30 12/7-14-21
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ROYAL l'ALM HOTEL, at 1545
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSErH M. ROSE
SYLVIA S. ROSE
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
11/23-30 12/7-14-21
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nUDAY. NOVBMtt*
AN APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE OF AMERICA
SOUND SOLUTION
TO JEWISH HOMELESSNESS
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 areaAnd 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 dales from Biblical times.
In our own day, in 1917, Great Britain, recog-
nising this historic connection, issued the Balfour
Declaration pledging the development of Pales-
line 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 olose 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 Stales lo 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 While Paper nullifying the terms of Ihe
Mandate, and closing the doors of Palestine lo
further Jewish immigration and land purchase.
As a direcl result of this action, hundreds of
thousands were barred from their own home-
land, and left lo ruthless slaughter by the Nasis.
Protests to Groat 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 ihe 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 WJ
would immediately reverse its White PP
policy of 1939.
THIS HAS NOT BEEN DONEI
Six million Jews have perished-viclinu of
the Nazis.
A million and a half still remain in EuWpvJJj
fact, 100.000 still in concentration camps). "
vast majority among them look to Palestine
the answer to their homelessness.
WE APPEAL TO THE CONSCIENCE OF
AMERICA TO ASSERT ITSELF.
We ask thai these victims of Nasi PPI"5j.onBY
givennot pity, not words, but IPm
ACTION, AND THE TIME FOR ACTION
NOW.
Every dictate of law, humanity and J"110^
honorevery principle for which tMi *? m
foughtdemands thai the gates of Pale",",in(|
opened lo unrestricted Jewish >mml9ra,!H,m0-
lo the establishment there of a free and <"
cratic Jewish Commonwealth.
MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT
AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER OF HADASSAH
MIAMI ZIONIST DISTRICT
AMERICAN CHRISTIAN PALESTINE COMMITTEE
POALEIZION
JEWISH NATIONAL WORKERS ALLIANCE
MERACHI ORGANIZATION