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

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

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

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EWISH WEEKLY
[VolUME 18-NUMBER 49
Robert St. John, first of four
lecturers, will be presented by
he Temple Israel Men's club at
L Town Hall Forum, 8:15 p.m.,
Juesday at Miami Senior high
[school auditorium.
[St. John, noted war correspond-
ent author and radio commenta-
tor,' has lived among the peoples
Kf 29 nations involved in World
War II Because of his contact
Lith the headline names, he has
lever been an "armchair" com-
bientator. His book. "It's Always
tomorrow." was written against
i war background.
His lecture subject, "Can We
Ivoid World War III?" has
fcroused nationwide interest. In
Ihis lecture. St. John lists the
tumbling blocks in the way of
fpeace in our time,'.' discusses the
larious plans that have been pro-
posed for organizing the world
Lid tells something about the
(lopes and aspirations of the 29
ountries he has visited recently.
8e also discusses the people,
'roups and countries which
jhreaten the future security of
|he world
Tickets arc now on sale for the
eries of four lectures by St.
lohn, Ray Joseph (Jan. 31, 1946);
Wax Hiil (Feb. 26), and Erika
tfann (April 23). They are avail-
|ble from the Town Hall secre-
ary at 9-1757.
Herbert U. Feibelman. co-
hairman of the F^rum, will pre-
at Tuesday's meeting. As-
ting Feibelman are Arthur
fahn. co-chairman, and E. M.
oldstein, Stuart Gordon, Henry
Wolf. H. A. Binder, Rabbi Saul
I. Appelhaum, Dr. Max Augus-
Ine, Jerome Cohen, Louis Gill-
ian. Dr. Frank Coret, Henry
prsch, Max Holtzberg, J. Gerald
*wis, Jules Perlman, G. Lewis
'endelson and Albert Green.
I'nai B'rith Drive
approaches Goal
IE- F and G Bonds totalling
p3,525 were sold at the Victory
Kn Cabana party sponsored by
pe Greater Miami B'nai B'rith
embership at the Blackstone
nel Sunday.
[With 1.400 persons in attend-
ee, rare and valuable articles
merchandise were auctioned to
Mnest oond bidders. The large
fowd was greeted by Mayor
Jerbert Frink of Miami Beach;
wold Turk, president of Sholem
age and George J. Bertman.
resident of the newly organized
* Beach lod8e. An alarm
w* and an American fh*
fought the highest bids. Other
ppuhu items included nylon
e liqui)r, jewelry and toys, all
Pnated bv Miami and Miami
Fn merchants.
I the services of an Army or-
rj a and entertainment were
available through Captain
panes Swift, special service of-
fer of the Miami Beach Service
[E. Albert Pallot and Sam W.
papiro. co-chairmen of the Vfc-
iry Loan drive, announced that
1? oond; sold at the Blackstone
KLr.Lonabled B'n B'rith to
I ng heir 8th Victory Loan drive
i'ooo81'475'000- "" goal te
Pw Blackstone affair was un-
^ the chairmanship of Mrs.
in ^'Wman. Mrs. Clara Lan-
ju and Marx Feinberg.
IMUNICH, Dec. 4 (PTA)AU
T?ns and firms in Bavaria who
EL. Jewish property for
PS or safekeeping during the
"i regime were ordered today
"lister these assets before
rtit,' wth the stata Commia-
"'or the Welfare of Ewe.
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
TRUMAN OPPOSES JEWISH STATE
Miami Y to Hold Mid-Campaign
Dinner for 450 Leaders Monday
Warn Argentine
of Fascism
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)The
Argentine Government was
warned this week that Nazi ele-
ments here are planning a con-
spiracy against the Jews of this
country similar to the Reichstag
fire.
The warning was contained in
a note submitted to the Minister
of Interior by Emilio Troise,
president of the Committee to
Fight Anti-Semitism. The Minis-
ter was urged to take all meas-
ures possible for the suppression
of anti-Jewish outbreaks and for
the protection of the Jewish sec-
tions of the city.
"Nazi elements," the note said,
"are preparing themselves for a
putsch in a manner similar to the
Reichstag fire in Germany. The
conspirators are planning to make
Jews appear to be aggressors
against the Catholic Church and
the followers of Gen. Peron." All
this will be done to furnish a pre-
text for an invasion of the Jewish
section by groups terming them-
selves nationalists, the memoran-
dum pointed out j. ep
Y to Remain At
Present Location
Arrangements for the Miami
Beach Y to remain at its present
site, 1 Lincoln rd., for at least
another year, were completed
this week, according to Harry
Zukernick, president, and George
Bertman, chairman of the build-
ing committee.
Pursuant to the announcement,
a report of new activities was
issued by Jack Marash, executive
director. The first of a series of
weekly roller skating parties for
youngsters and adults will be
held Tuesday evening. 7:30 p. m.,
on the outdoor athletic field. Al-
fiough a limited supply of skates
are available at a nominal rental
fee, participants are asked to
bring their own skates, Marash
said.
Arts and crafts classes for
juniors, six to 13 years old. are
being held on Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 4 p. m. Youth and
adult classes meet Tuesdays at
7-30 p. m. and Thursdays at 8
p. m. Work is done on leather,
wood, metal, raffia and plastic
articles under the direction of
Miss Reva Romer.
Miss Audrey Floyd has been
enaaaed to teach dancing and cal-
isthenics classes. Tap. acrobatic
and ballet instructions for juniors
are given Fridays at 4 p. m. and
ballroom and rhumba classes for
youths and adults are held 8.30
p. m. Thursdays. Women s and
iirls' caltethentics groups meet
St 7:30 p. m. Thursdays.
Russia^ classes, taught by Mrs.
Leo Birchansky, will meet.Thura-
^Mrs^n'ard Busnakwil.be
in charge of a lM*fi
be mada by calling 5-9319.
HAIFA (JTA)-In the haUta
the Hebrew Technical School
LI where the HisUdruth. the
p3W!w federation of M^wa?
Four to Represent
Federation at U J A
Overseas needs and emerg-
ency relief will head the agenda
of the United Jewish Appeal
extraordinary national confer-
ence to be held in Atlantic City
Dec. 15-17.
Delegates representing the
local Federation will be Wil-
liam D. Singer, chairman of
the 1946 campaign; Max Oro-
viiz, president; Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, chairman of the budget
committee; Monte Selig. past
president, and Morris Klass,
executive director.
s
-CAIRO (JTA) The Arab-
League announced this week a
boycott of all "Zionist" goods and
said that its member states would
be required to prevent the im-
portation from Palestine of Jew-
ish manufactures, while non-
member Arab nations would be
urged to take such action.
Making t h e announcement,
Abdul Rahman Azzam Bey, sec-
retary general o the League, said
that the boycott was decided
upon following complaints from
various Arab states that their
economy was being threatened
by the industries established in
Palestine with Jewish capital
"donated to achieve political ob-
jectives." He pointed out that
the "Arab countries are com-
pelled to defend themselves by
peaceful means in order to main-
tain Arab sovereignty in Pales-
tine."
CAIRO (JTA) The Arab
League and the newly formed
Palestine Arab Higher Com-
mittee are split as to their atti-
tude towards the Anglo-Ameri-
can inquiry commission on
Palestine, it was learned here.
The Committee favors boy-
cotting the commission, while
the League, from all accounts.
it opposed to the statement of
policy by Foreign Minister
Ernest Bevin. but does not be-
lieve it advisable to ignore the
commission.
Queried as to what effect the
boycott would have upon the
70,000 Arabs employed by Jew-
ish businesses in Palestine, Az-
sam Bey replied: "The Zionists
will be glad of an opportunity to
make them emigrate. He
stressed, at the same time, that
Jewish enterprises in Arab coun-
tries outside of P?lef" h"ve
nothing to fear, adding that Ori-
ental Jews are "our brothers
and enjoy the same political
rights as Arabs.________
NOTED WRITER DIES
MOSCOW (JTA)-Ber prshan-
JgSr "Oktiabr," published in
fifiS..
Still Supporting
Admitting Jews
Into Palestine
Invitations have been issued to
over 450 community leaders to
attend the Miami YM & YWHA's
capital funds campaign dinner
6:30 p. m. Monday at Lilley's res-
taurant, 829 Biscayne blvd. A
speaker of national prominence
has been scheduled to make the
keynote address at the dinner, a
mid-campaign feature of the Y's
drive to raise $200,000 for new
building.
In a telegram sent Wednesday,
Eleanor Roosevelt informed the
campaign committee that she
would be unable to attend the
dinner as guest speaker.
George Chertkof, campaign
chairman, reported yesterday
that plans have been completed
for community solicitation. Over
60 Y workers will canvass some
1200 prospects in Miami to solicit
funds for the new Y facilities. As
soon as conditions permit, con-
struction will begin on the build-
ings which have been blueprinted
to include meeting rooms, an
auditorium, fully equipped gym-
nasium, modern swimming pool,
bowling alleys and other facili-
ties for the Y's community center
activities.
At the dinner, the initial gifts
division, headed by J. Gerald
Lewis, will make its report. It
is expected that a substantial sum
will be announced by Chairman
Lewis.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, is supervising campaign
details with headquarters of the
drive established at the present
site, 1567 S. W. Fifth st. Grossman
returned from New York Tuesday
morning after conferring with
leaders of the national Jewish
Welfare board with which the Y
is affiliated.
Leo Ackerman and Milton A.
Friedman, chairman of the spe-
cial gifts division, will present a
report of activities to date at the
dinner Monday. Mrs. Leon Kap-
lan is chairman of the arrange-
ments committee and is assisted
by Harry Schwartz, publicity
chairman. The drive, opened
Dec. 1, will be concluded Dec. 31.
Seven to Attend
S. E. Fund Meet
Seven Miamians will be in
Birmingham over the week end
to attend the 11th annual confer-
ence of the southeastern region.
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds.
Stanley C. Myers, regional
president, will conduct the ses-
sions which will be held tomor-
row night and Sunday. Mrs. My-
ers also will attend.
Problems relating to care for
the Jewish aged will be consid-
ered at an informal "Oneg Shab-
bat" preceding the official con-
ference opening. Monte Seng
will discuss the local situation.
Also attending from Miami are
Rabbi Saul Appelbaum. George
Chertkof and Harry Boyell. Ad-
ditional matters to be discussed
are welfare fund budgeting, in-
cluding the proposal for national
advisory budgeting; the current
overseas picture, and local or-
ganization of community rela-
tions programs to deal with prob-
lems of anti-Semitism.
NEW YORK (JTA)Twenty-
two member agencies of tne
Council of Jewish federations
and Welfare Funds have gone on
record as opposing the national
advkory budgeting plan which
U tocoma up iorleckwi at the
Central Assembly of At CounoU
WASHINGTON. Dec. 4 (JTA)
President Truman was reported
today to oppose the establishment
of Palestine as a Jewish state, be-
cause he does not feel that any
government should be estab-
lished on racial or religious lines.
The views of the President
were made public here by J.
David Stern, publisher of the
Philadelphia Record, following a
visit to the White House. Stern
has just returned from London
as a member of a delegation sent
by the American League for a
Free Palestine. He emphasized
that he had received permission
from Truman to clarify the Presi-
dent's position on Palestine.
President Truman made it
clear, Stern announced, that he
was still in favor of a free Pales-
tine and of making Palestine a
haven for Jews as well as open-
ing the country to immigration,
but he did not favor making Pal-
estine a Jewish state.
WASHINGTON (JTA)
President Truman is still in-
terested "in making possible
the entry into Palestine of a
substantial number of the un-
fortunate Jews in Europe," he
said in a letter, dated Nov. 13,
acknowledging a meiuoiandum
left with his secretary by a
delegation of rabbis during last
month's "March of Rabbis" to
Washington. The letter was
made public by Rabbi Baruch
Korff, leader of the delegation,
to whom it was addressed.
As a true American, the Presi-
dent said he did not feel any
government should be established
on religious or racial lines. Stern
continued, adding that the Presi-
dent felt that the government of
Palestine should be a government
of the people of Palestine irre-
spective of race, creed or color.
Charles Ross, President Tru-
man's press secretary, today an-
nounced that an agreement haa
(CONTINUED ON PAQK *}
Rosenwald Sets
Palestine Plan
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (JTA)
Lessing J. Rosenwald, president
of the American Council for
Judaism, called on President Tru-
man this morning and left with
him a seven-point memorandum,
as a basis "for a fair and peaceful
settlement" of the Palestine prob-
lem. The seven points are:
"1. A United Nations declara-
tion that Palestine shall not be
a Moslem, Christian or a Jewish
state, but shall be a country in
which people of all faiths can
play their full and equal part.
"2. All official declarations on
Palestine in any way discriminat-
ing for or against a segment of
the population shall be formally
repudiated: in their place there
shall be a renewed pledge of full
freedom of religious expression
and equality for all in Palestine.
"3. Palestine, as a ward of the
civilized world, shall receive
financial help for the expansion
of its economy and the enlarge-
ment of its immigration oppor-
tunities.
"4. Immigration into Palestine
shall be maintain on the basis of
absorptive capacity and without
privilege or diacrimination,-
"5. Immigration proce-
dures shall be controlled by rep-
resentative bodies of all the in-
habitants' of Palestine, in aaaoola-
(OONTINUB* ON AI t>
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1945
LEHRMANS ENTERTAIN
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man will hold their annual re-
ception for the entire community
Sunday afternoon from 2 to 6
o'clock at their home, 1140 Alton
rd. .
Members of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center and
other friends of the Lehrmans
have been invited to attend the
affair. No written invitations
have been issued.
Guests will also honor Rabbi
and Mrs. I. H. Goldfarb, parents
of Mrs. Lehrman, here visiting
with their children. Officers of
the Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will preside
at the punch bowl and guest
book.
MpeatenQ
CHILDREN'S PROJECTS
TO BE DISPLAYED
A carnival of items that have
been made by children at the
Cardiac home will be on display
and for sale at the annual mem-
bership tea to be given by the
National Children's Cardiac home
Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5
o'clock at the Home, 4250 W.
Flagler st. ,
Mrs. Charles M a r e n t h a 1 is
chairman of the membership
committee. Refreshments will be
provided by Mrs. Gertrude Lachs,
Eresident, in honor of her father's
irthday. and Mrs. Clementine
Kemp, in honor of her mother's
birthday.
Next meeting of the D a d e j
chapter will be held Wednesday, .
at 1:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach |
Y. It will be preceded by a;
board meeting at the Y at 10:30 ;
a. m.
Jr. Hadassah Starts
Monthly Brunches
First of a series of monthly
brunches will be held by the Mi-
ami Beach unit of Junior Hadas-
sah Sunday morning from 10:45
a.m. to 1 p.m. at Murray's Cock-
tail lounge. 922 Lincoln rd.
The program will be a candle-
light celebration in honor of the
silver anniversary of Hadassah.
A convention report will be
given by Natalie Frankel. presi-
dent, and Gene Bushell, vice
Eiresident, who attended the par-
ey in New York last week.
"Charlotte Abrams is chairman
of this affair. The social com-
mittee, of which Beverly Raphael
is head, will act as hostesses.
Plans are being made for a
carnival, the unit's first fund-
raising affair, which will be held
Dec. 23. A board meeting of the
group will be held at the home
of Mrs. Alex Van Straaten. senior
sponsor, 8 p.m. Thursday at 1220
Ocean dr.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
left Wednesday to visit their
son, Lt. Julian Weinkle, who is
stationed with the Navy in
California Mrs. Myron New-
man has been in Chicago visit-
ing her aunt, who is ill Mrs.
Meyer Klugman and her son,
Abie Klugman, returned to Sa-
vannah Wednesday after
spending a week as the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Adelman. Mrs. Klugman is
the mother of Mrs. Charles
Adelman .
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Darsky
have returned from the North
to their home at 4101 Collins
ave. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Weinberg of New York city ar-
rived last week end to spend
the winter at their home, 3005
Flamingo dr. Miss Ellen
Ravitz arrived home from New
York this week with her niece,
Marilyn Loeb, who will spend
the season with her grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs Sam
Ravitz, 925 Lenox ave. Miss
Loeb is the daughter of Anton
Loeb, the artist. Her mother is
the former Frances Ravitz .
Mrs. Julia Sokolow of Detroit,
Mich., has been visiting her
brother, Felix Rosenthal, 715
Euclid ave. Mrs. Adolph
Wertheimer returned last week
after spending nine weeks
visiting in New York, Baltimore,
Chicago and Indiana .
Mrs Edward Goldberg is
back from a four months visit
in the North ... Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Zweig and son. Butch,
of Cleveland are stopping at
the Netherlands hotel Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Antonoff, of
North Bergen, N. J., are spend
ing their winter vacation at the
Beach. The Antonoffs are the
uncle and aunt of A P. Gannes.
Mr. and Mrs. Gannes are en-
| tertaining Mrs. Gannes' bro-
| ther, Lt. William I. Jacobson,
who is on terminal leave after
four years in the Army. Lt.
Jacobson has served in five
major campaigns in the Euro-
pean and African theaters .
Mr. and Mrs. B H. Silverman,
brother-in-law and sister of Mrs.
S C Levenson. are stopping at
the Bancroft. The Silvermans
are from Louisville, Ky.
Miss Mona Rubin, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. A J. Rubin, 400
Collins ave., is expected to ar-
rive home around Dec 18 from
the University of Alabama,
where she is a senior, major-
ing in sociology and psychol-
ogy _
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S.
Tobin will celebrate their 22nd
anniversary Sunday On
Dec. 19 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Har-
ris will mark their 25th wed-
ding anniversary .
THE BABY PARADE
Arlene Leslie, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Greenstein,
1311 N. W. 52nd St., was born
in Jackson Memorial hospital
Nov. 25 Sandra Lee Hertz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice M. Levy. 3539 N. W. First
st., born Nov. 15 Richard
Jeff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Francis Lehman, 615 N. E.
22nd st., Nov. 15 Joan Susan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Lederman, 251 S. W. 11th St.,
Nov. 17 Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiated at the recent brisim
of the sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Greenwald, Mr and Mrs.
Henry Barenblatt, Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
fred Elliott, Dr. and Mrs. A. L.
Stepner, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Fogel and Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Felson .
THE OFFICE FORCE ...
New faces are appearing in
the offices around town. Helen
Shapiro has been appointed
publicity director of the Feder-
ation Florence Friedman
is new secretary at Temple
Beth Sholom and Allene Gitter
has joined the staff of the Jew-
ish Social Service bureau .
Mrs. Jennie Stamm is working
at the Miami Y office during
the building campaign .
Children's Group To
Mark 6th Anniversary
Sixth a n n i v e r s a r y of the
Greater Miami chapter. National
Home for Jewish Children at
Denver will be observed Tuesday
at 1 p. m. at the Blackstone hotel,
800 Washington ave. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, guest speaker, win
discuss current events.
The musical portion of the pro-
gram will be provided by Witold
and Jan Turkiewicz who will
play piano and violin selections.
Mrs. Irving Miller, president,
who will cut the birthday cake,
promises a surprise for new mem-
bers. Mrs. Sam Leschel. chair-
man of the anniversary affair,
will be assisted by the following
hostesses: Mrs. Sol Goldstrom,
Mrs. Benjamin Hertz, Mrs. Harry
Kaufman, Mrs. Marion Ross. Mrs.
Myron Newman and Mrs. Miller.
Refreshments will be served by
Mrs. Herman Wronker, and Mrs.
Gisela Newlander.
Two Chanuka Parties
Set For Sunday
Chanuka parties have been
scheduled by two organizations
for Sunday.
For the benefit of the Arbeiter
Ring Jewish Shulas, a Chanuka
party will be given by the Work-
men's Circle Branch. 692. Wo-
men's club Sunday at 2 p. m. at
the Branch's Lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington ave. Games and refresh-
ments will highlight the after-
noon.
Proceeds from the party will be
used for the two Shulas, one at
the Lyceum and one at the Miami
Y. Friends and members have
been invited.
Beth David Sisterhood will
hold its annual Latke and Card
party Sunday evening at 8
o'clock. Door prizes will be
awarded and Chanuka delicacies
will be served. Tickets may be
obtained at the door or by calling
the chairmen, Mrs. Louis Hartz
and Mrs. Harry Gordon, at 2-7135.
HADASSAH TO MEET
PLAN BENEFIT DANCE
A dramatic presentation honor
ing Miss Henrietta Szold fcZT"
of Hadassah. will be eivoJ"fe
Mrs.I.MWeinstein.at?hVee?egbuy
lar monthly meetine of h,j. ,
1:30 p. rn.yMondayRa ftafch
Beach Jewish Community &'
The program will follow ra
brief business meeting conducted
by Mrs. Abraham Goodman
president and a political forum
with audience participation K
rected by Mrs. Max Dobrin
A social hour with refresh
ments will conclude the after
noon's program.
The Miami chapter is makjn
plans for its Hadassah Medical
organization dinner dance Jan 6
at the Copacabana club. ReSer
yations at $12.50 per person, mav
be made with Mrs. Harry Rubin
(6-2367), Mrs. George Chertkof
(3-7223) or Mrs. Harry Platoff
(5-0163). Mrs. Rubin and Mrs
Chertkof are co-chairmen of the
affair which is given annually for
the benefit of the Rothschild
Hadassah Memorial hospital in
Palestine for research and public
health programs.
DR. HERBERT W. HAGELGANS
announces hit return from service
and opening of his office for the
practice of dentistry .it 715-17 Sey.
bold Bldg. Call 2-6369 for appoint.
mont.
TO SHARE
Refined Jewish girl desires same
between ages of 22-25 to share
bedroom in private home. Call
after 6 o'clock week days, all day
Sunday. 1534 N. W. 6th Street.
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PAGE THREE
Mr and Mrs. Ed Richman of
Brooklme. Mass.. are visiting
Mrs Richman s parents. Mr.
and Mrs. M. Goldstein. 136
Washington ave^ Mrs. Rich-
man, the former Sally R. Gold-
stein, was married in Brookline
in July- She was graduated
from Miami Beach high school
and attended the Walsh Busi-
ness school. Mr. Richman was
recently discharged from the
Army after serving four years
as a private first-class. He was
stationed in Africa and Italy
for two years. Also visiting
with the Goldsteins is their
niece, Miss Leona Bell .
At home at 1330 Pennsyl-
vania ave., are Mr. and Mrs.
William Linet who were mar-
ried Nov. 18 at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Both were resi-
dents of Newark, N. J. Mrs.
Linet is the former Shirley Polte
Living in Tampa where the
bridegroom is stationed at Drew
Field, Lt. and Mrs. Samuel
Goldstein were married Nov.
11 at the Versailles hotel. Mrs.
Goldstein is the former Miriam
Brownstein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mitchell Brownstein,
645 West ave., Miami Beach.
Lt. Goldstein is from Salem,
N. J. .
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hoch-
hauser of Rankin, Pittsburgh,
Pa, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Geraldine, to
Rabbi Ernest E. Greenfield of
Los Angeles. Rabbi Greenfield
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Greenfield of New York.
The ceremony took place on
Oct. 28 in Los Angeles.
A recent wedding was that
of Miss Jean Perse, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Perse, 4444
Nautilus dr., and Don Lipman.
They were married by Rabbi
Leon Kronish ... A trip to
Havana followed the wedding
of Miss Sally Doris Mantell and
Lt. Daniel D. Raylesburg, USA,
which took place in Baltimore,
Md. The bride is the daughter
of Mr, and Mrs. John Mantell,
Mantell Plaza hotel, Miami
Beach. Lt. Raylesberg, of New
York, is now stationed at Coral
Gables as classification officer
of the AAF Regional and Con-
valescent hospital .
BUDNERS ANNOUNCE
RECENT WEDDING
No change of name came with
the marriage of Miss Dorothy
Budner, daughter of Hyman Bud-
ner, 142 N. W. 10th ave., when she
was married at a recent cere-
mony at Beth David with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating.
Miss Budner became the bride
of Murray Budner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Solomon Budner, 4812 Pine
Tree dr. Mrs. Blanche Morgen-
rath of Washington, D. C. was
matron of honor; Miss Irene Bud-
ner, the bride's sister, was maid
of honor, and Miss Natalie Gin-
ensky of New York was brides-
maid and soloist. Best man was
Martin Genet. Saul Genet and
M. Budner were ushers.
A family dinner followed at the
Tides hotel. The couple will live
at 142 N. W. 10th ave.
Miss Kanter Engaged
To Israel Weisman
PUNS FOR UJ. A. PARLEY |
HENRY MARTINIQUE
Henry Martinique, 62, of 1311
S. W. 13th ct., died in a hospital
last Tuesday. A retired insurance
executive, he came to Miami four
years ago from New York city.
Surviving are the wife, Mrs. Ida
Martinique, and two daughters.
Palmer Funeral home has sent
the body to New York.
SAM JULIUS
Sam Julius, 77, of Chicago, died
at his home, 1419 Meridian ave.,
last Tuesday. He came here two
months ago from Chicago. Sur-
viving are the wife, Mrs. Pepie
Julius and four daughters. River-
side Memorial chapel has sent the
body to Chicago for final rites and
burial.
Honoring their son and future
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Weisman were hosts at a
dinner Sunday at their home. 450
S. W. 18th ter. The engagement
of their son, Israel, to Miss Joan
Kanter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kanter, 249 Collins ave.,
was announced at the dinner.
The wedding will take place,
early in February. A graduate
of Miami Beach high school. Miss
Kanter is a junior at the Uni-
versity of Miami, studying busi-
ness administration. Mr. Weis-
man attended schools in New
York and was discharged from
the Army in October after serv-
ing 28 months in the Aleutians
as a private.______________
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which will be held in Atlantic City
during three days, beginning Saturday
evening, December 15th. The first con-
ference ever to be held in the history
of the United Jewish Appeal, the na-
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study the 1946 needs of the Jews of
Europe and Palestine and to devise a'
course of action to enable American
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Mrs. Joseph Rose was con-
fined to her home, 1400 Lenox
ave., this week after injuring
her foot Saturday Dr. Leo-
pold Marcus is recuperating at
Jackson Memorial hospital .
Also on the sick list there are
Mrs. Elbe Hinkus and Mrs. Irv-
ing Ghen .
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mes-
cheloff were hosts to 75 children
and their parents Sunday after-
noon at a Chanuka party. The
guests were classmates and
friends of the Mescheloff's chil-
dren, Ephraim, Renah and
David. Also present were Mrs.
Davidoff, Ephraim's first grade
teacher, and Mrs. Greiner, Ren-
ah 's third grade teacher .
Miss Carolyn Saffer was one
of a number of junior hostesses
who received engraved silver
bracelets as special awards for
their services at the Service-
men's Pier which closed this
week Lt. Theodore B. Han-
koff, USN, was reunited with his
wife, the former Sally Kimmel,
and their eight-month-old son,
Mark James, last week. Lt.
Hankoff, son of Mr. and Mrs.
N. H. Hankoff, 4416 Nautilus
dr., saw his son for the first
time upon his arrival last week
from service in the Pacific. He
participated in the Marshall
Islands, Gilbert Islands, Ie Jima
and Okinawa invasions and
campaigns. His month's leave
here will end Dec. 17 .
Marx M. Feinberg will sing
the baritone part of "Wagner''
in all four performances of the
Miami Opera Guild's produc-
tion of "Faust," scheduled for
January. This is Feinberg's
first year and first solo part
with the Guild. He was bari-
tone with the University of Flor-
ida Glee club for four years .
Mrs. Marvi Neumann, execu-
tive secretary of the Miami
Beach Board of Realtors, has
been elected to membership on
the board of directors of the
Secretaries' Council of the Na-
tion Association of Real Estate
Boards. Mrs. Neumann attend-
ed a meeting of the council last
week m French Lick Springs,
Ind. Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, 5414
Pine Tree dr., is Miami Beach
chairman of the Victory Cloth-
ing Collection to be held in
January. Her appointment was
made by Henry J. Kaiser, na-
tional chairman of the United
National Clothing Collection,
Inc. .
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers has
been elected to the executive
committee of the Dade county
chapter, American Red Cross
. Sidney Meyer has been
chosen to serve on the trustees'
executive committee of the
Jackson Memorial hospital .
Leo Ackerman and Joseph M.
Lipton are newly elected divi-
sion leaders of the Community
Chest campaign .
WITH THE CLUBS .
Two hundred fifty people at-
tended the Chanuka latke party
and concert given by the Na- i
tional Workers Alliance and |
the Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation Sunday at the Beach Y.
David Freedman was chairman
and Rabbi Leon Kronish, guest
speaker. Guest artist was
Cantor Abraham Friedman .
The Beach club of the PWO
will hold a National Fund <|i-
fair Dec 18 at the Beach Y .
Senior Judea announces the
opening of the Trumpadore
chapter for boys and girls from
15 to 18 years. Athletics, arts ,
and crafts, dramatics, inter-
faith and religious affairs are
on the agenda and persons in-
terested in joining may phone
5-7569 .
Royal Palm chapter, AZA,
will select its sweetheart to-
morrow night at its dance at
the MacFadden-Deauville hotel
Candidates are the Misses
Gloria Lichenstein, Sally Horn
and Illene Schaeffer Mrs.
Louis Glasser was hostess to a '
membership committee meet-
ing of the M. B. Women's Aux-
iliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged Monday .
N. y. Rabbi to Speak
at Center Tonisht
Rabbi Israel Goldfarb, father-
-in-law of Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
will be guest speaker at the late
Friday evening service tonight at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
He will discuss 'From Prison to
Throne."
Rabbi Goldfarb was recently
honored at a city-wide celebra-
tion marking his 40th year as
spiritual leader of Congregation
Baith Israel Anshe Ernes, oldest
congregation in Brooklyn. Com-
poser of Hebrew synagogue melo-
dies and Jewish secular songs, he
is the author of "Friday Evening
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and others. At present, he is
working on a Sabbath morning
service for choir and cantor.
Considered the founder of the
modern "congregational singing"
movement, Rabbi Goldfarb
served as instructor in synagogue
music at the Jewish Theological
Seminary for over 20 years. He
is past president of the New York
Board of Jewish Ministers, a city-
wide organization of reform, con-
servative and orthodox rabbis.
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Election of officers of B'nai
B'rith Sholem lodge will be held
8 p. m. Tuesday at Beth David,
Harold Turk, president, an-
nounces. E. Albert Pallot has
been nominated Tor the presi-
dency. ....
Besides electing a slate of offi-
cers, Sholem members will select
three of their group to represent
the lodge on the Hillel Advisory
council. Burnett Roth, Max Sil-
ver and Sam Silver of the nom-
inating committee will make rec-
ommendations for these positions.
Further nominations for officers
and representatives will be ac-
cepted from the floor.
Besides the three Sholem rep-
resentatives, the council will be
composed of three representa-
tives from the Beach lodge, two
from the Women's group and nine
from the community-at-large.
Beach representatives will be se-
lected at a meeting Dec. 18 and
the Women will select their coun-
cil members at an early meeting.
The nine community representa-
tives are to be chosen by the Ex-
ecutive committee of Federation.
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By H. A. Binder
Carnival spirit prevailed at
Kaplan hall, Temple Israel, at the
Chanuka Jamboree Monday
night. "Fatima" danced, "Zam-
bina" predicted your future, the
wheels of fortune took your quar-
ters and several barkers were al-
most crushed by females attempt-
ing to win nylons and the male
contingent endeavoring to garner
bottles of bourbon and Scotch.
Results. monetary-wis, were
excellenttotalling almost $1,000.
Mrs. Rheba Engler Epstein,
president of the Sisterhood, and
the December hostess committee,
headed by Mrs. Gus Feuer. were
at the helm.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1945
90 Per Cent Urge
National Home
Reporting on the 48th annual
Zionist convention held in At-
lantic City, Judge Harold B.
Soact ucting president of the
Miami Beach Zionist district, told
its luncheon group that two notes
predominated at the convention:
A note ol disappointment and a
note of determination. The dis-
appointment is occasioned by the
reaffirmance by the British La-
bor government of the vicious
policy of the White Paper and
the determination is held by Jew-
ish people everywhere to see that
the White Paper policy is not
carried <>ut.
Due to illness. Dr. Louis Lyt-
ion has asked to be relieved of
his duties as president of the
Miami Beach Zionilt district for
several months. Judge Spaet.
a vice president of the organi-
xation, was named acting presi-
dent.
Quoting the retiring president
of the Zionist Organization of
America. Dr. Israel Goldstein, in
his address to the convention,
Spaet .-aid: "So far as the Jews
of Palestine are concerned, they
have measured the situation in
the light of all the risks and they
are resolved at all cost, not to
permit the White Paper policy to
be earned out. They are strong
enough to do it.
He further reported to the
group that a survey by the Elmo
Roper organization showed that
90 per cent of the Jewish popula-
tion of the United States having
an opinion on the subject favored
the establishment of a Jewish na-
tional home in Palestine, in ac-
cordance with the aim of Zion-
ists everywhere. This fact, the
most outstanding one of the con-
BPW To Commemorate
Founder's Birthday
di? con]mcmoration of the birth-
nfyHH"en[R'tta Slild- f"ndcr
or Hadassah, members of the
Business and Professional Wom-
Ki!,VIS,0n-Wi" h?,d a can light ng service at their meeting
at 8:15 p.m. Monday at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Dorothv
"-.lgntman and officers will nar-
ticipate.
In addition, a portrayal of Miss
bzoid s character, entitled "Wo-
"1a".,f Valor," will bo enacted
by Malvma Weiss, Claire Levirie
and Ensign Judy Shoehet. Mrs
Dorothy Fink, guest speaker, will
analyze the Palestine situation
and Cantor Emanuel Barkan will
lead the group in Palestinian folk
songs. Refreshments will be
served.
At a recent social gathering of
the BPW, a' resolution recom-
mending that President Truman
urge the abrogation of the White
Paper was unanimously passed
and a copy has been sent to the
White House.
^Jewlstifkridfon
Beth David Elects
Simons President
Harry Simons was elected
president of Beth David Wednes-
day evening at the annual elec-
JERUSALEM (JTA)The ex-
ecutive council of the World Miz-
rachi Organization unanimously
decided on a policy of non-coop-
eration with the Anglo-American
inquiry commission on Palestine.
The council also decided to de-
mand that Dr. Chaim Weizman
resign as head of the Jewish Ag-
ency in protest against the new
British policy in Palestine.
vention, puts at rest the question
of where the majority of the
Jewish people stand on this vital
issue.
General membership meeting
of the Miami Beach Zionist dis-
trict was held last night. A full
"Report to the District" was made
by the convention delegates.
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tion dinner. Simons served as
financial secretary of the congre-
gation last year.
Also elected were Lee Hyman,
vice president; Ernest Sussman,
recording secretary; George
Goldberg, treasurer, and Murray
Cohen, financial secretary.
The following were selected to
serve on the board of directors:
Jack August, AI Quadow, Harry
Markowitz, Hyman Sootin, Jacob
Scher and Oscar Argintar.
AJC Women Continue
Friday Review Series
In the spirit of Jewish book}
month, the Women's division of
the American Jewish Congress of
Greater Miami sponsored a book
review Wednesday night. More
tnan 400 people attended to near
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein give an in-
terpretation of RabDi Milton
bteinberg's latest book. Mrs. Max
Meisel, chairman, extended greet-
ings and introduced Cantor
Emanuel Barkan, who led the
audience in singing.
'1'he next book to be reviewed
by Mrs. Weinstein for the Friday
series is "Days and Nights," a
Book of the Month selection. The
review will be given at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center at 1:30
p.m., Dec. 14.
The Friday Reviews, represent-
ing the Cultural Education pro-
gram of the division, are held on
the second and fourth Fridays of
each month. Persons wishing to
purchase subscriptions may con-
tact Mrs. Meisel at 5:7253. Single
admissions are obtainable at the
door at 50 cents.
Mrs. Arthur Klein was hostess
to the executive officers and
board of directors of the division
yesterday at a dessert luncheon.
Plans for this season's projects
were outlined by Mrs. S. H. Les-
lie, president, wno made an urg-
ent plea for the Refugee Children
Rehabilitation plan. Information
on this may be obtained by call-
ing Mrs. S. Prosterman at 5-3082.
At ceremonies dedicating a 10-
foot red brick obelisk at Zeil-
sheim assembly center, near
Frankfurt-Am-Main, recently, 13-
year-old Joseph Yeselovitch. of
Poland, a veteran of many con-
centration camps, spoke, declar-
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duty to turn our grief into an
effort to reach the land of Is-
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can retire at half pay increas-
ing year by year to three-quarters
retirement pay after 30 years of
service. And the time I've already
served in active military or naval
service counts toward my retire-
ment time. Added upreenlist-
mint seems pretty sound to me!"
JANUARY 31,1946
AN IMPORTANT DAT!
FOI MIN IN TNI AIMY
MfN new In Army who rsanllal
b.fora February 1 will be resil'
lilted In prsiant grade. Man hon-
orably discharged can reenllat
within 30 days after discharge
In grade held at lima of dle-
chorga, provided they raanllst
before February I, 1946.
You may enlist AT ANY TIM!
for IVii 2 ar S year period a.
(One-year enlistments far man
now In the Army with at least
6 months ef service.)
PAY PER MONTH-
ENLISTED MEN
In Addition It Feed, Loe>t,
Clothes end Medical Car*
*
(e)-PIue 20% Increase for
Service Oversees. (b)-Plus
50% if Member of Flying
Crews, Parachutist, etc. (c)
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for Each 3 Years of Service.
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER
Byfiyjjiytoffigp
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Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 19S0. at the Post Office
of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3, 18.9
Published Every Friday Since 1927
Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months. $2.00;
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VOLUME 18 NUMBER 49
Miami 18, Florida, Friday, December 7, 1945
BOX
2 9 7 3
Miami 18
Digest of the mall received at Jewlah
Florldlan poet office box.
NEW LEASE ON LIFE
A new lease on life has been given the Miami
Permission to remain at 1 Lincoln rd. for another year has been
obtained through the diligent work of George Bertman. Through
his efforts, together with other interested Y members, arrange-
ments were made to use the facilities of the Greater Miami
Army-Navy committee, located on the property. These facilities,
the Servicemen's Snack bar, the Cabana club and a portion of
the Beach frontage, have been leased to private interests. Gen-
erosity of Harry Sirkin, owner of the property, who has con-
tinuously demonstrated his charitable and community interests,
made available continued use of practically all of the grounds
and building the Y now uses.
This assurance enables the Y to continue to provide its func-
tioning program of center activities as well as to enlarge its
agenda. Renewal of the lease also will give the board of direc-
tors time to face and work out the problem of securing permanent
guarters. Nevertheless, with property values so high on the
Beach and building conditions prohibitive, it will be extremely
hard for Y leaders to solve the problem during the coming year.
With this in mind, we urge the Y to reorganize its directorate
now in order to consolidate its leadership into a group of en-
thusiastic Y workers who will accept the responsibility of pre-
serving the future of the organization.
In order to clarify the position of the Miami Beach Y, a change
to a more definitive name would also be wise.
The future of the Y movement for Miami Beach by whatever
name it may be known, depends upon the resourcefulness of
those few who, with keen vision, have realized its importance.
THE PALESTINE SITUATION
As one looks at the situation in Palestine, the Jew seemingly
has little to comfort him. The British have an immense army
eguipped with colossal machinery of warfare, from tanks to
rockets and machine guns. More than 2,000 vehicles and 15,000
troops invaded the all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv last week.
Dr. Silver, who is now in Palestine, assured the Yishuv that
the five million American Jews stand behind them. Can the
Jews of Palestine expect any real help from American Jewry?
Certainly, it cannot be denied that if this were the year of
the presidential election in America, the British Government
would not be acting as it does. The British Government would
then have to heed the point of view of the American Government
and the American Government, in turn, would be very delicately
reckoning with the wishes of American Jewish voters.
American Jews have a power if they elect to exert it. Ameri-
can Jews, of course, do not relish the idea of entering the Pales-
tine issue into politics, but the past few years have perhaps
changed their point of view in this respect. The world of isola-
tionism is dead. As the late Mr. Willkie pointed out, this is
"One World" now.
A national conference on Pales-
tine, dedicated to resisting illegal
British edicts restricting Jewish
land purchase, summoned tor
January by JNF President Judge
Morris Rothenberg Dean Al-
fange, chairman, American Chris-
tian Palestine committee of
Greater New York, wires Truman
that his withdrawal of support
from Wagner-Taft-Walsh resolu-
tion on Palestine is "in violation
of your personal pledge and that
B^jt Y of vour party" Dr. Emanuel
Deucn i. |i._... .,m.
Neumann named acting president
of ZOA during absence of Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver who is in
Palestine to attend sessions of
World Zionist Executive and Jew-
ish Agency ZOA, Hadassah.
Mizrachi. Poale Zion send joint
wire to Truman protesting bru-
talities by British troops against
undefended Jewish settlements
in Palestine $3,000,000 to be
allocated by National Labor Com-
mittee for Palestine to co-opera-
tive and cultural activities of
Histadrut Junior Hadassah
pledges "to fight, work and build"
through personal participation in
pioneering venture in Palestine
. American Jewish conference
opposes joint Anglo American
inquiry committee on grounds
that Bevin "prejudged and preju-
diced" committee's findings in
advance ... 15 Nobel prize schol-
ars to be honored at Palestine
medical school dinner in N. Y.
Shipments of relief supplies to
Jewish communities in Europe
sent by United Jewish Refugee
Agencies of Canada Need of
Europe's surviving Jews and cost
of carrying out effective program
of relief and reconstruction to
highlight 31st annual meeting of
JDC this week end in N. Y. .
More than 100,000 refugees in-
turned in Switzerland during war.
Dr. Charles Bruggman, Swiss
^minister, reports to ORT .
American Jewish committee calls
on U. S. to take action against
recurrent attacks on Jews in Ar-
gentina National Refugee
service makes loans to help refu-
gees start new business enter-
prises ... 100 Jewish refugees
arrive in N. Y. from Sweden to
join relatives in US... Supreme
court of Ontario rules discrimina-
tory clause in land sale covenants
illegal .
Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi league
fights Rankin-opposed legislation
to regulate radio commentators.
. Eleanor Roosevelt to receive
honorary degree with 17 others
at Hebrew Union college 70th an-
niversary observance tomorrow.
. Jewish Theological Seminary
receives gift for establishment of
Stroock Publication fund to pub-
lish works of Jewish scholarship
and research .
USO serves one billion persons
since organization in 1941 .
Yeshiva Isaac Elchanan becomes
first Jewish university in Amer-
ica. ,
TRUMAN OPPOSES
JEWISH STATE
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1)
ROSENWALD SETS
PALESTINE PLAN
ARGENTINE MINISTER
SEEKS INFORMATION
been reached between the United
States and Britain on the number
of persons to be appointed to the
joint Anglo-American inquiry
commission on Palestine. Refus-
ing to reveal the number agreed
upon, he stated that the an-
nouncement of the personnel was
being delayed because it took
time to get the best possible peo-
ple to agree to serve.
Following the announcement
last week by President Truman
that he no longer supports the
Wagner-Taft resolution on Pal-
estine, Sen. Wagner requested the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee to postpone action on it
until this Monday.
The resolution, which asks for
free immigration of Jews to Pal-
estine and for the establishment
there by Jews of a free and demo-
cratic commonwealth, is now in
the hands of a sub-committee. In
asking for postponement of ac-
tion, Sen. Wagner told the com-
mittee that he wants to confer
with members of the sub-com-
mittee.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
tion with properly instituted
international commissions.
"6. Institutions of home rule
for Palestine shall be progress-
ively and rapidly instituted under
the aegis of an international
commission.
"7. The problem of the dis-
placed Jews in Europe shall be
treated separately, in the follow-
ing way: (a) The above policy on
Palestine shall be made known to
them; (b) On basis of such knowl-
edge, a poll shall be taken in
which the displaced persons
would list, in order of preference,
the lands of their choice for their
individual resettlement; (c) Based
upon these findings, an inter-
national displaced persons com-
mittee shall, with the cooperation
of the United Nations, bring
about the resettlement of the dis-
placed on a basis corresponding
as nearly as possible to their pref-
erences, with countries of the
United Nations cooperating to
take in a fair number of the dis-
placed. Action by the United
States Government to make
available unused and current im-
BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 4 (JTA)
Minister of the Interior Gen.
Felipe Urdapilleta today asked
Dr. Emilio Troise, president of
the Committee to Fight Anti-
Semitism, to submit detailed in-
formation in connection with his
memorandum to the government
warning that Nazi elements are
plotting an anti-Jewish conspir-
acy in Argentina.
MR. BIGGOTT
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migrant quotas, and the neces-
sary consular and visa machin-
ery f o i the immigration of
displaced persons of all faiths,
would set a high moral example
to the rest of the world of our de-
termination to contribute to the
solution of world problems and
would, in fact, bring about the
rapid solution of the refugee
problem."
Dr. Cnaim Weizmann, presi-
dent of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine, was also received today
by President Truman. He was
accompanied by British Ambassa-
dor Lord Halifax. Before the con-
clusion of the conference. Secre-
tary of State Byrnes also joined
in the talks.
Upon leaving the White House,
Dr. Weizmann told newspaper
men that he would have some-
thing to say for publication on
Friday or Saturday at the con-
clusion of his visit to Washington
REPORTAGE .
Defense organizations should
investigate the consistent reports
that Montreal, Canada, is once
more the scene of violent anti-
Semitic incidents Newspapers
don't pay any attention to these
occurrences, but recent happen-
ings are revolting symptoms of
rampant a n t i-S e m i t is m .
Among other things, synagogues
have been vandalized Which
reminds us that David Fried, of
New York, has sent in the follow-
ing apt quotation: "After the war
the center of anti-Semitism will
shift from the European conti-
nent to North and South Amer-
ica" This prediction was
penned by Prof. Salo Baron of
Columbia university And we
don't like the slant of the article
"Rich 'Refugees'18 Karat Head-
aches," in the Nov. 27 issue of
Look magazine ... It is untimely
. The editorial box above the
article reads: 'Refugees' is
quoted in the title of this article
because the few emigres cited
here are smearing thousands of
honest refugees who have fought
for the U. S., paid taxes, contrib-
uted richly to our culture" .
But even this box will not undo
the bad effect which the article
will have on the average
reader .
THIS AND THAT .
More power to the Chronicle-
Star of Pascagoula, Miss. ... It
blasts Senator Bilbo in realistic
political language that will do
his re-election hopes no good .
The poster "These Immortal
Chaplains," available through the
Institute for Aemrican Democ-
racy. New York, should be
placarded all over the country .
Prof. Albert Einstein, whose
home near Berlin was confiscated
by the Nazis and later became
the home of a prominent Gaulei-
ter, received a huge case from
Berlin the other day ... An ac-
companying letter informed him
that the Russian commander of
the occupied zone in which Ein-
stein's home is situated was very
happy to return to him the books
which were found intact in the
scientist's home When the
professor opened the case he
found in it a most complete col-
lection of Nazi literature Ein-
stein's own books had been
burned, and replaced by Nazi
propaganda volumes .
ZIONIST NEWS .
Harry S. Kruger. chairman of
Baltimore's Shaarei Zion congre-
gation, calls our attention to
Rabbi Israel Tabak's letter on
"The Palestine Issue" published
last month on the editorial page
of the Baltimore Sun ... It is the
best answer yet published to
Rabbi Lazaron's interpretation of
Zionism The saga of the Pal-
estine workers' theatre Ohel is a
true epic This year Ohel
celebrates its twentieth annivers-
ary ... An American tour by
Ohel would do more to help the
cause of Jewish Palestine than
thousands of speeches by profes-
sional propagandists "British
Labor and Zionism" is a splendid,
very enlightening little booklet
issued by the American Jewish
Trade Union Committee for Pal-
estine ... In case you're inter-
ested, the organization's address,
is 245 Fifth ave., New York
city .
READER'S GUIDE .
South Africa's most original
Yiddish fiction writer is Rach-
miel Feldman, who, incidentally,
is a very propserous tobacco
dealer Louis Rittenberg is
doing a swell job of editing "Lib-
eral Judaism" ... The October,
1945, issue is a pip Believe it
or not, the best-selling non-fiction
book is "Atomic Energy, W
Henry DeWolf Smyth TO
publishers are expecting W
Hurok's autobiography, "Impres-
sario," to become a best seller,
the more so since Hollywood a
already working on the Him
version .
INTERESTING PEDIGREE...
Who is Mr. Aaron W. Davis.
president of Temple Israel oi
New Rochelle. who }ffJ.
Foundation for the benefit of Me
rabbis occupying the pulpit
that congregation Weta
the dope directly from he pen
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, trho Wig
us: "Aaron W. Davis tears"*
full name of Aaron **9
... He is the grandson o' m
father and my PM
wls one of the founders and mg
generous supporters o fine
Synagogue of New Yort .
Davis has the name of his KJ-j,
father, Aaron Wise wjje
&DbeaSTproud^e^
ABOUT PEOPLE ... we
The most traveled1 MOW .
know is Cpl. Joe Golk*j
29-year-old Monrea'Jredl
Lithuanian descent, ne^ &
European countries ^ ati0cj
war. and accumulated^ g
for bravery on tne
ided
for bravery on VoU-*"1
Belgian battlefrents ... ^ ,.
twice he has now re'u
c2wrd is rtB/Br
cal culture school c']gned a
genthau,
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subjects, who conduce g
'program "W h en, H ^
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of returning war "^
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rabbi of New YorKs
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I". .._..
,rnVjXgMBER 7. 1945
Zionists Reelect
Miami President
Hyman Sootin was rejected
jnt of the Miami Zionist
P**", a meeting in Beth
nffauditorium last Thursday.
S^v Gordon, first vice presi-
I S. Shapoff, second vice-
de '^nnt Ernest Sussman, re-
2flftK5 Nathan Adel-
2S corresponding secretary;
mj Murray G. Cohen, treasurer,
gfS'lhe slate of those
ccied last week.
Elected to the Executive com-
Jtec were Jerome Weinkle,
firman and Oscar Argintar,
ffi Alexander, Dr S. Beers.
Mont Baer, Joe Beck. George
fhetkof. Sam Dickson. Ben
gjT Abe Cannes Maurice
rrnVsman. Louis Heiman, Eh
SS.i--.ac Joffee, Leon Kap-
En Isidore Langner, Louis Lei-
tawiti Isaac Levin, S. B. Miller.
uarrv'"M-rkowitz, Max Mintzer,
Louis Marguiles Max Orovitz
Abe Pepper, Al Quadov^ Frank
Se I Rosengarten, Fred K.
Shochet. Harry Simonhoff. Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Meyer Schwartz
and Joe Zalis.
An intensive campaign for
+JewisfincridFian
PAGE SEVEN
Town Y To Nominate.
Hear Book Review
Annual nomination meeting of
the Town Y will be held 8:30
p. m. Wednesday evening. Nom-
inations for president, vice presi-
dent, secretary, treasurer, three
three-year board members and 27
one-year board members will be
made in preparation for elections
in January.
Recommendations will be made
by the nominating committee and
nominations will also be accepted
from the floor. William Singer is
chairman of the committee which
consists of Harry Gordon, Jack
Apte, Hyland Rifas and Mrs.
Leon Kaplan.
Following the business meet-
ing, Mrs. Kaplan will review
Josephine Lawrence's "Let Us
Consider One Another." This is
the second in a series of four book
reviews sponsored by the Y.
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Hebrew speaking circle, will meet
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at
the Miami Beach Y. Reorganized
by the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and the Tarbuth, the circle
already has about 20 members.
Officers of the group are
Joshua Stadlan, president; Mrs.
David Freedman, recording sec-
retary; A. P. Cannes, correspond-
ing secretary; and A. Dorf. treas-
urer. All persons who speak He-
brew are invited to join.
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Zionist membership will be in-
stituted lor the coming year. The
importance of Jews writing to
their congressmen and senators
urging support of the Wagner-
Taft resolution was stressed by
Rabbi Shapiro.
A Jewish book exhibition was
installed for the meeting through
the efforts of Abe Gannes, direc-
tor of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation. The meeting was con-
cluded with the showing of a
Palestinian movie.
Newly elected officers of the
Greater Miami Jewish Consump-
tives Relief society will be in-
stalled 3 p. m. Monday at the Mi-
ami Beach Y. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate.
Officers of the recently formed
organization are Mrs. Jack Levey,
president; Mrs. Jules Jacobs, first
vice president; Mrs. Maurice
Cowans, second vice president;
Mrs. Leonard Weisberg, counse-
lor; Mrs. Alex Libow, recording
secretary; Mrs. Louis Roscnthal.
corresponding secretary: Mrs.
Alex Scott, financial secretary;
Mrs. Arthur Altshuler. treasurer;
and Mrs. William Schwartz, Mrs.
O. Weinberg and Mrs. Maurcy
Poncher. trustees.
Motion pictures of the Denver
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will also be provided.
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Our Film folk
By LEON GUTTERMAN
Of pictures now in production
in England, I have received word
that none will be more' eagerly
awaited in this country by lovers
of good music than "The Magic
Bow." This is based on the life
of the immortal violinist, Pagan-
ini. Audiences will hear some of
the most wonderful violin music
ever recorded on a sund track, for
Yehudi Menubin was engaged for
the recordings. Except for close-
ups of his hands, Menuhin does
not appear in the film. His 45
minutes of recorded music in-
cludes largely Paganini's work,
but Beethoven, Brazzini and Tar-
tini are also represented.
*
Irving Berlin has been signed
to write the music and lyrics for
the Herbert and Dorothy Fields
book, "Annie Oakley*" which will
be produced early next year by
Richard Rodgers and Oscar Ham-
merstein II. Jerome Kern, was
originally slated to do the music.
*
Eddie Cantor has fired the
opening gun for his "Give a Gift
to a Yank Who Gave" campaign,
which was so successful last year.
There are still thousands of ser-
vicemen hospitalized in the U. S.,
so let's start thinking about an-
other generous shower of Christ-
mas gifts!

Milkmen aren't worried about
how Danny Kaye will depict a
milkman in his new Technicolor
comedy, "The Kid from Brook-
lyn," which Samuel Goldwyn is
producing. But they are delug-
ing him with please to point up
some of the things that make life
tougher for them! The complaints
range from pre-dawn drunks who
insist on singing (the milkman
gets blamed for the noise) and
driving the horse, to the woman
who wants the milkman to bring
in the washing if it is raining
when he gets there!

Al Jolson met his mother and
father this week for the first time
in his life! This believe-it-or-not
incident is not as curious as one
might think at first. The occasion
was the start of Columbia's Tech-
nicolor musical, "The Al Jolson
Story," with players in the first
scene before the camera portray-
ing the "Mammmy" singer's
parents.
The introduction was arranged
by Producer Sidney Skolsky, who
presented Tamara Shayne, Rus-
sian actress, to Jolson. Immedi-
ately after, he met his father,
portrayed by Ludwig Denath.
Then as a topper, Jolson met him-
self as a boy, as portrayed by
young Scotty Beckett.
Edward G. Robinson's collec-
tion of paintings has had both its
humorous and anxious aspects.
The other day he had to admit to
me that he had a unique experi-
ence in connection with the col-
lection. He told me the story on
the set of his new Universal pic-
ture, "Scarlet Street." It seems
that an eminent artist about town
had just completed a portrait of
Robinson. A young woman,
whom he knew very well, said,
"I saw your last painting and
kissed it, because it looked so
much like you!" "And did it kiss
you in return?" inquired the ac-
tor. "Why, no," the girl replied.
"Then," said Eddie, "it wasn't
me!"

(By the way, when Eddie Rob-
inson commits a homicide in
"Scarlet Street," it will mark the
161st murder he has been person-
ally responsible for on the screen;
and the 987th for which he has
been either directly or indirectly
responsible!)
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Women's Group Nears
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Preliminary reports of the
B'nai B'rith women's bond sales
show a total of $88,875 sold by
Miami Beach members and $13,-
000 by Miami members. Mrs.
Benjamin Landau, president, re-
ports.
Mrs. Jack Fein is chairman of
the Beach division. Working with
her are Miss Jeannette Teller,
co-chairman, and Mrs. Sol Gold-
strom, Mrs. Don Buckhantz, Mrs.
Sylvia Garfinkle and Mrs. Lan-
dau.
Mrs. Dina Goldman, war serv-
ice chairman, is being assisted by
the following women in Miami:
Mrs. Bobby Reyes, chairman; and
Mrs. Max Bergman, Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner, Mrs. Halpern, Mrs. Sam Sil-
ver. Mrs. E. Albert Pallot. Mrs.
Ann Bromberg, Mrs. Jerome
Frehling, Mrs. Jean Silverman,
Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Tina
Katz.
The 25th day of the Hebrew
month of Kislev. on which we
celebrate the first day of Hanu-
kah, was sacred to the pagan
Greeks before it became a Jew-
ish festival. Antiochus Epi-
phanes, the Greek ruler who is
the villain of the Hanukah story,
offered a burnt offering in the
Temple of Jerusalem on that day
three years before the Macca-
beans instituted Hanukah.
Hillel to Receive
Sound Projector
Presentation of a Bell and
Howell 16 mm. sound projector
and screen to the University of
Miami Hilell Foundation will be
made bv B'nai B'rith Women of
Sholem Lodge at their meeting
at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Miami
Beach Y. Mrs. Sam B. Miller,
former president, who headed the
project, will make the presenta-
tion.
Two filmson war bonds and
the New York symphony orches-
trawill be shown. Rabbi Al-
bert Michels, director of the local
Hillel. will be guest speaker. The
student body will be represented
by Sophia Wilkes, Hillel presi-
dent; Margy Lynch, vice presi-
dent; Bill Schwartzman, secre-
tary, and Alex Goldberg, treas-
urer.
Memorial to Martyred
Jews Is Dedicated
FRANKFURT A M M A I N
(JTA> A simple 10-foot red
brick obelisk, crowned by a Star
of David in which burns an eter-
nal light, has been' dedicated at
the Zeilsheim assembly center for
Jewish displaced persons, near
here, in memory of the 5,700.000
Jews of Europe murdered by the
Nazis.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7,
Jewish National Fund
To Hold Conference
NEW YORK (JTA)A call to
a national conference to be held
the first week of January, 1946,
in Pittsburgh, Pa., has been is-
sued here by Judge Morris Roth-
enberg, president of the Jewish
National Fund of America. Dele-
1945
ft!" fr.tm WcouadhT'liz
than a thousand commiln'," mre
expected to attend umtt* *
The conference, the call .
will be dedicated to ?! Mld'
British edicts res^nc ?nE "j?1"1?
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high-speed driving. Tires have been driven
far beyond their normal life. High speeds
may cause sudden, fatal breakdowns.
Even if we all had a brand
new super-deluxe, we would still need to
drive very carefully. "A sudden return to
pre-war driving speeds/' warns the National
Safety Council, ''may well produce an
accident toll far greater than the pre-war
P^U of 40,000 deaths and 1,400,000
in; iivi .eacned in 1941."
The Belcher Oil Company
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PAY. DECEMBER 7, 1945
yferachi Leader Defends
rthodoxy For 50 Years
jBT SOLOMON KERSTEIN
%atGedaliah Bublick has now
tad three score and ten is a
M of jubilee not alone to
ii His is a name known
JL Jewsfare gathered. It
ffs mbol of the pioneer and
15 nf what has become an
fcion in Jewish life for all
ftTvears. This mst.tut.on
Slick, if we may call it that.
Va ted a profound moral ui-
*Z| to the present on all who
L read his words.
Bublick's half century of
hritv he has expended his pow-
,* the spiritual uplift of his
ale These comprise the cate-
rs'of thinker and writer,
ler and orator, journalist and
jiunity worker, polemicist
| policy-maker.
Jublick is reckoned the veteran
Ener in behalf of orthodox
Em in America. Fifty years
"the way of orthodoxy was
Jdmgly thorny then, as
L Bubllck has been the un-
promising defender of tradi-
al Judaism, and of everything
smed with maintenance of
M law and practice, both in
[world at larpe and in Pales-
l us quote from the conclud-
"chapter of Bublick's work,
lot the Depths" (Min Hamet-
, in which he reckons up the
sol creation and destructive-
i in Judaism. These words
tamore realistic sound today
i they had when they were
(ten 13 years ago.
>tus ascertain the chief pow-
| of destruction, on the one
k and those of survival, on
1 other.
le destructive factors are:
|The weakening of faith.
|ugh enfeebled devotion the
loses his enthusiasm, his
mg determination to perpet-
Judaism, the obstinacy
tcfa is the first requirement of
patted engagement.- He loses
[poetic concept of Judaism,
I upon the higher spheres of
Jusiasm provided by faith.
(The weakening of religious
nee. Thereby the Jew
I contact
(things which keep alive his
"consciousness, and which
: transmitted from genera-
0 generation. Thereby he
Wived of understanding and
pprehensive view of Jewish
fcy-for these are maintained
Ithrough words but through
s. He no lunger knows the
wry wherewith he is kept
W as a minority within his
environment. He loses
weapons with which the
[conducts the everyday de-
oi his habitation.
The materialistic outlook.
ill!1 an 'n l'revius eras, men
|today prone to evaluate all
on the basis of utility.
sra has no material utili-
1 value; hence the spirit of
g largely opposed to it
special efforts must be made
to maintain it.
"4) In civilized lands the Jew
is immersed in an alien atmos-
phere. A strange culture con-
trols the minds and hearts of the
Jewish populace, particularly of
those reared in non Jewish
schooU. This forces Jewish
thoughts and emotions to the
side, or completely obliterates
them.
"5) Subservience to the Gentile.
"The following are the forces
maintaining Judaism:
"1) The living Judaism of that
section that lives and observes
and does.
"2) The influence of Palestine
and the labors in its behalf.
"3) The steady increase of the
Jewish population.
"4) Anti Semitism, which
strengthens Jewish loyalties.
"These are the two categories
of influence. One group leads to
oblivion, the other to life. The
categories are antagonistic to each
other. Which will gain the vic-
tory in the war being waged in
the soul of Jewry?"
Gedaliah Bublick was born in
Grodno, 1875. From 1880 to 1900
he lived in Bialystok. He studied
in the talmudical academies of
Lomza and Mir. His literary
work was begun in the Hebrew
tongue ("Hashiloach," 1899). In
1900 he organized a group in
Bialystok for colonization in the
Argentine. After completing the
preliminaries in Paris with the
Jewish Colonization Association,
he led 50 families across the sea
to Mosesville, where he served
for three years as a colonist and
as teacher of an lea school. It
was in 1904 that Bublick de-
parted for New York, where he
became a worker on the "Jewish
Daily News" (Tageblatt). In
1915 he was made editor of this,
the oldest Yiddish newspaper of
the Western World.
One of the pioneers of the
Jewish Congress movement in
America, in the first year of the
first World War, he was chair-
man of the first Congresss com-
mittee, and became its vice presi-
dent. His first visit to Palestine
took place in 1920; thence he sent
a lengthy series of articles to
with Jewinh Hf*- .America, published the next year
1 under the title, "My Journey to
Eretz Israel."
Later he revisited Eastern Eu-
rope and attended the opening
of the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem. Mr. Bublick holds an
important place in Mizrachi. He
was one of the founders of the
movement in America, serving as
president in 1928. For the past
10 years he has been honorary
Eresident, and has acted as po-
tical leader of the organization.
His views on Judaism, particu-
larly concerning orthodoxy and
current Jewish problems, have
been masterfully presented in his
noted work, "Out of the Depths
(1923). He is also the author ot
a series on American Jewish
problems with special reference
to Jewish immigration. Another
of his volumes is "Appraisal oi
American Judaism" (1927). Since
the merger of the Tageblatt with
the Jewish Morning Journal,
Bublick has been a steady con-
tributor to the latter publication.
Hebrew Group Formed
A home study group, initiated
by Beth David congregation,
meets on Tuesday and Wednes-
day from 4 to 5:30 p. B0. at the
home of Mrs. Louis Safer. 2341
S. W. 19th st. Composed of 10
children, the group is taught He-
brew by Mrs. Joel Belov
Similar groups may ** estab-
lished by other congregations
with the cooperation of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education which
selects personnel and sets up the
curriculum. ____________
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By George J. Talianoff,
Florida Regional Director
terms Th^T and ""equivocal
tsz'.h nATrican Lt'R'"n- at
n cm Val convention held
n Chicago last week, declared
5KS"*S| war gainst all sub
vc.r?lvc activities and 'ism' groups
wh,chf threaten the AnfeS
The convention unanimously
r,?,nled i? 2?ri of seven r*solu-
ina"Ikd1' d'rc-cted at strengthen-
ing the bulwarks of democracies
against assaults from withhin as
wen as from without.
^The resolutions in condensed
... Condemned all forms of
ism such as Nazism. Fascism
and Communism and urged all
fellow Americans to fight them
constantly.
2. Opposed all un-American
propaganda aimed at disunity
and division.
3. Warned that not all propa-
gandists are foreign-born and
called for immediate action
against native-born enemies of
America.
4. Called for an immediate halt
of the War department's reputed
'avowed policy of permitting
members of the Communist party
or persons with communistic
leanings" to receive commissions
in the Army.
5. Warned veterans against be-
ing "lured" into subversive
groups with fantastic promises.
6. Warned against infiltration,
into the ranks of the Legion itself,
of "certain groups and individ-
uals" whose avowed purpose is to
promote "disunity within the
Legion."
7. Asked that a "continued and
careful check be placed upon the
activities and movements of sub-
versive groups of whatever na-
ture" and memorailized Congress
to continue that function.
Of particular significance is the
Legion's stand relative to un-
American propaganda. In em-
phatic terms the Legionnaires de-
clared:
"Subversive organizations and
individuals are continuing their
vicious campaigns of propaganda
to disunite and divide the Ameri-
can people, setting class against
class, race against race, creed
'again it creed.
"The subversive groups and in-
dividuals continue as a dangerous
threat to the peacetime future of
America with their anti-Ameri-
can meetings and publications,
their playing with the emotions
of parents whose sons have been
killed or have suffered casualties
in the war, their preachments of
intolerance, bigotry and hatred
and their false promises to the
war veterans. Therefore, be it,
"RESOLVED, that we urge our
fellow-citizens of all races, colors
and creeds to demonstrate that
same spirit of sacrifice that was
evidenced by our armed forces
on the battlefronts of the world
in our fight against aggression,
bigotry and intolerance."
The significance of these reso-
lutions is apparent when it is
noted that veteran groups, of
which the American Legion is
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SHOLEM MEN BEGIN
LUNCHEON MEETINGS
Monday noon is being set aside
oy Snolem lodge members for
weekly luncheon meetings to
discuss problems of B'nai B'rith,
George Talianoff reports. The
second meeting will be held at
the Urmey hotel from 12:15 to
I'-oO p.m. Monday.
Inaugurated by Al Pallot. Bur-
nett Roth, Harold Turk and Marx
reinberg, the first luncheon was
attended by 14 people. All mem-
oers are invited.
Beginning Dec. 17, guest speak-
ers will attend the sessions which
are designed to give members an
opportunity to study B'nai B'rith
work more intimately.
by far the largest, represent the
most socially and politically in-
fluential force our country has
ever known. That this group has
so vigorously dedicated itself to
the promulgation of Americanism
and to the cause of tolerance and
understanding is an encouraging
sign in these days of strife. The
forthright position taken by the
Legion should thin the ranks of
un-American groups. Intolerance
and bigotry are becoming in-
creasingly unpopular when or-
ganizations like the American
Legion vehemently denounce
them as irreconcilable with
American principles.
BJE PROVIDES BUS
Bus transportation from the
Southwest section to Beth David
Talmud Torah is being provided
for 20 students by the Bureau of
Jewish Education twice a week.
Other children desiring this ser-
vice may arrange it by calling
3-5858.
The Bureau also announces
that the two jackets which were
lost at the Chanuka assembly
Sunday may be picked up at the
Bureau office in the Congress
building.
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>Je*lst>ncr*ffati

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INVITED TO TEH
E
A tea dance at the National
hotel will be held Sunday after-
noon at 2:30 o'clock by the Zion-
ist Youth commission as part of
its drive to form Masada groups
and aid the Junior Hadassah
membership campaign. Men and
women of the ages of 18 to 25
are invited to attend the affair
at which Rudy Baum and his six-
piece ensemble will provide the
music.
Members of Junior Hadassah
and the Business and Professional
Women's Division of Hadassah
will be hostesses. Receiving at
the door will be Toby Cooper,
Hat tie Gordon and Hilda
Schwartz. Other Junior Hadas-
sah hostesses are Charlotte Ab-
rams, Doris Albin, Gertrude
Brown, Gene Bushell. Jacqueline
Drosd, Harriet Hart, Roselyn
Kivel, Evelyn Shorofsky, Beverly
Raphael, Annette Mirchens.
Also Lucille Yagoda, Celia Dob-
rin, Carole Tannen, Roselyn Perl-
ish, Judy Saal, Selma Lewis. Jean
Kutchnuck, Dorothy Sussman,
Anita Sapperstein. Dorothy Edel-
son. Ida Singer, Selma Schatz,
and Mildred Storch.
Guests will be Shephard Broad.
chairman of the Beach Zionist
district board: S. A. Goodman,
chairman of the Youth commis-
sion: Abraham Goodman, treas-
urer of the Zionist organization,
and Mrs. Goodman. Miami Hadas-
sah president: Natalie Frankel.
Junior Hadassah president, and
Frances Cooper, BPW president.
Dr. S. G Schneider is chairman
of Sunday's affair. Working with
him are Mrs. Moses Mescheloff.
Mrs. George Cohen, Mrs. Milton
Sirkin and Milton Mannheimer,
all members of the Youth com-
West End Synagogue Honored by
U.A.H.C. on 100th Anniversary
A citation commending it for its historic participation in "the
perpetuation and progress of Judaism in America" was presented
to West End Synagogue of New York by Rabbi Maurice N.
Eisendrath, director of the Union of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the congrega-
tion. (Uft to right) Dr. Bernard J. Bamberger, rabbi of the West
End Synagogue; Rabbi Eisendrath, and Harry M. Wessel, president
of the congregation.
WINS SCHOLARSHIP
CLARKE TO APPEAR
ON SPINOZA FORUM
PIONEERS TO HEAR
CONVENTION REPORT
One of four scholarships has
been awarded to Miss Soni Green-
wald. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Greenwald. 610 S. W.
10th avc. Miss Greenwald has
been studying with the New
Dance group. La Marie, in New
York for the past six months.
The scholarships are awarded by
the school to students of promise.
Miss Greenwald expects to
visit her parents during the
Christmas holidays, after which
she will return to New York to
continue her studies.
Mrs. Norman Jacobs will report
on the Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation for Palestine convention
held in Clevenland recently at a
joint meeting of the three local
Pioneer groups at 8 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Miami Beach Y.
Mrs. Miriam Gingold, national
representative for the organiza-
tion, will be present for the first
official meeting. Refreshments
will be served.
Dade Mayors Proclaim
Victory Loan Week
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Fifteen municipalities of Dade
county have co-operated in is-
suing the following proclamation
which sets aside Dec. 2-8 as Vic-
tory Loan Week, according to
Horace F. Ordes, executive chair-
man of the Dade County War
Finance committee:
VICTORY LOAN PROCLAMATION
WHEREAS, the t'nltixl State* Oov-
ernmi-nt In now conducting a Victory
Loan ca,rn]MMgii for th,- imrpoee of
selling r.ond*. ih |>ro-d of which
will t> u* nnrt noHpttallsatton for the wounded, |
bring in*- boy* b*cli home, provide I
Auratlonal opportunities :iml numy I
other worths purpoaaa, ;ind
WHEREAS, In order that the dtl-
z*n of Dude county may demonstrate) I
'heir appreciation and gratitude for ,
the rod work t"> nobly don.- t>y the ,
memlK-rs of our ;inn.-d forces. It Is
appropriate and rltrht that we all buy
Victory ran bond*
NOW THEREFORE, we. the under-
slgned mayors of the municipalities
of Dade county, do hereby proclaim
the week of Dec. 2nd through the Sth,
1945, as "Victory Loan Week," and
urgently recommend that all cltiaenn
of r>ad- rounty buy Victory Loan
honds. !<.,-( iallv "E" bonds, so this
area's quota of 15.548,000 In "E" bonds
may he attained '"id our government's
war program be suci essfully carried
on and finished
PROri>\IMED this IH'th day
November A 1>. 1945
T11K fITY OK MIAMI
By (8gd) Teriine Palmer. .Ir ,
Till: CITY r.F MIAMI l-.KAI'll
By 'Sl-.11 Herbert A. Frink.
Mnvor
THE CITY rvF crin.M. OABI.ES
By (Sgd) Thomas 0. Mnves.
Mayor
THE CITY OF H1AT.EAH
Fly (SriIi Carl Ault,
Mayor
THE VH.Uf.F; OF MIAMI SHORES
By I Sid) I. M McCaffrey.
Ma vor
THE fTTV OF MIAMI SPRINGS
By 'Sgd) Harry Miller,
Ma vor
THE CITY OF N MIAMI BEACH
By I Sgd) H. H Lapham
Ma vor
THE TOWN OF NORTH MIAMI
By (8gd) H. E. Beck,
Ma vor
THE CITV OF OPA LOCK A
By (Sgd) W. R. Dale.
Ma vor
THE VILLAGE OP SCRFSIPE
By (Sgd) E. Nflli Mathews,
Mayor
THE CITY OF BISTAVNE PARK
By (Sgd) Prank L. McMillan.
Mayor
THE CITY OF SOUTH MIAMI
By (Sgd) H. W. Vanderboegh,
Mayor
THE CITY OF EL PORTAL.
By (Sgd) A W Moore,
Mayor
THE CITY OF HOMESTEAD
By (Sgd) T. J. Harris.
Mayor
THE TOWN OF OJXJS
(Unincorporated Village Has no
Mayor)
Prof. Edward Clarke of the
University of Miami will be the
guest speaker at the Spinoza
Forum this Saturday afternoon.
3 p.m.. on the lawn of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolf son. 124
11th st., Miami Beach. Mr. Clarke
will review the book, "Mr. Roose-
velt." by Campton Mackenzy.
Next Tuesday evening, 8 p.m.,
Charles H. Lee, author and lee-"
turer, will start a course of lec-
tures at the Spinoza Forum on
"The World We Live In." The
lectures will be followed by gen-
eral discussion.
Next Saturday, Dec. 15th. Rabbi
Saul B. Appelbaum will be the
guest speaker at the Forum and
will review the book, "A Parti-
sans Guide to the Jewish Prob-
lem," by Milton Steinberg.
BOARD TO MEET
Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold
a board meeting, 8 p.m., Tuesday
at the synagogue's community
building. A report on the Cha-
nuka concert held Sunday will
be given.
Mrs. Jack Hirsch and Mrs.
Louis Glasser were in charge of
the affair at which the ushers
were Malvina Weiss, Ruth Leib-
erman. Mrs. Melvin Tannen and
Mrs. Libbie Fishbein.
Debbs To Participate
In Services Tonight
Girls of the Debbs, B'nai B'rith
organization, will participate in
late Friday evening services to-
night at Beth David. Mis. Miltoa
A. Friedman, sponsor of the
group, will make the introduc-
tions.
Opening prayer will be given
by Beverly August. Irene Jacobs
will discuss the B'nai B'rith
Youth program and Esther April
will speak on "Women in Israel."
The closing prayer will be read
by Joy Alpert.
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14 PER CENT GAIN
Advance solicitation for the
Community Chest campaign,
which reaches its climax in Janu-
ary, continues to show increases
In almost every instance. General
Chairman Stanley C. Myers an-
nounced this week.
The committee held its second
meeting Wednesday and workers
reported unusual response to the
plea for larger gifts this year to
meet the increased need of the
23 local agencies supported
through the Chest.
The increase is running about
14 per cent over last year and if
maintained, will put the cam-
paign over its goal of $810,971.
Myers said organization was al-
most complete* and workers were
preparing to put on one of the
most thorough solicitations in
Dade county history.
Federation Organizes
Office Workers
J-*I*Miitltutw
Re-Opns for 5th Year
Need for workers was stressed
at the orientation institute for
office volunteers held at Federa-
tion office Tuesday. William D.
Singer, chairman of the 1948
drive; Morris Klass, executive di-
rector, and Mrs. Stanley C. My-
ers, chairman of the publicity
committee, stressed the impor-
tance of volunteer office workers
and Mrs. Etta Levine, office man-
ager, outlined the office program
for the year's campaign.
The office volunteers commit-
tee is headed by Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, general chairman: Mrs.
Harry Oliphant, co-chairman for
Miami, and Mrs. Stanley Freh-
ling. co-chairman for Miami
Beach.
Seventy local, national and
overseas agencies benefit from
the Federation campaign which
has been given the title of the
Greater Miami United Jewish Ap-
peal for 1946.
An executive committee meet-
ing will be held at 3 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Federation office.
The word Menorah means can-
dlestick in Hebrew. Originally,
the Menorah was simply the
source of illumination for the
Temple in Jerusalem. The Me-
norah in the Temple was seven-
branched because it was forbid-
den to reproduce the sacred
golden Menorah of the Temple
for ritual or other purposes, the
Hanukah Menorah is not seven-
branched.
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Sessions of the Beth T k
Adult institute will nnp Jacol>
nd," will be Bivon 0u.r
ednesday at 8 p. m unV^h
irection of Dr. Max A lit the
h guest speakers\^'
le various phases of iK'",,8
lems of Palestine. e prob"
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff m
ye the second course weelcW '
:45 p.m. Entitled "Ou?rWi S
-. will be a discussion o
ments of Jewish culture with T
change of language used*bft
Jews in the last three muIgiathe
Ti vthLrd course, "Our Hearts"
will be directed weekly at 9 in
p m. by Cantor Louia D. Feder
who will present a variety of er
pressions of Jewish eitmti~T
through folk music. motlons
These courses, given tWn.v
out the winter wefk^t !fth
Jacob community auditorium
are offered free of charge '
/^ur" the tamiuar
hymn that is sung after the
kindling of the Hanukah lfehfe
is not a Jewish melody but an
adaptation of an old German (oft
song of the Middle Ages. This
German tune has also been mil
ized by Christians. Martin Luther
having employed it for his
chorals. One of the poems in
Lord Byron's "Hebrew Melodies'
"On Jordan's Banks'was set
to the music of "Maoz Tzur" by
the great poet's friend, Isaac
Nathan.
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FRIDAY.
DECEMBER 7, 1945
ZJelstrhrldltan
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVE ISEN
SPIVAKOSKY TO PLAY
MENDELSSOHN PIECE
PAGE ELEVEN
The final war bond rally was
. fr.. the Blackstone hotel and
hlan c >.b on Sunday night and
*$ th0 finest affairs in B'nai
ffritShstorv was the result The
then- friends enjoyed a fun-pro-
voking vaudeville show, dancing
Za an auction, that left nothing
rhi desired. The result of the
uction was the sale of $163,525
ST Victory bonds. Congratulations
' Ai pallot, Sam Shapiro. Dina
Goldman and their committees
for an excellent job!
Puesdav night an overflow
rrowd. many of whom were un-
able to find seats, came to attend
the Mian i Beach lodge meeting
at the Y. Those members who
were fortunate enough to get to
the meeting heard one of the
finest talks ever delivered to this
commun.tv by Mrs I M Wein-
stein, who reviewed Rabbi Milton
Steinberg's excellent book, "A
Partisan Guide to the Jewish
Problem." If B'nai B'rith con-
tinues to give its members this
kind of stimulating entertainment
it will have to find much larger
quarters in which to hold meet-
ings in order to accommodate the
people who will attend these
functions.
The second half of the meeting
was devoted to the all-important
subject of election of officers for
the com inn year, and the follow-
ing slate was elected:
George J. Bertman, president;
Walter Kovner. firs* vice presi-
dent; Harry Zukernick, second
vice president; David Isen, third
vice president.
Jack Buiris, recording secre-
tary; Sol Goldstrom, treasurer;
Daniel Broad, financial secretary;
Harold Turk, Monitor; A. L.
perper, assistant monlUr; Gerry
Glatt, warden; Hw.% S. Gifcert,
guardian l
Sam Shapiro, Paul Weitzman,
Jake Felt, three-year trustees;
Paul Green, Irving Frankel and
Jack August, two-year trustees;
Harry Coinblum; Enanuel Gold-
strich nnd Harry Magid;-oe-year
trustees. .
Let us hope that the new of-
ficers will be blessed with the
. wisdom to oven aurpass the fin*
deeds that B'nai B'rith baa ac-
complished thus. far.
While the ballot* w^re being
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counted, a motion was passed that
the Beach lodge and Sholem
lodge of Miami should have a
joint installation affair and that
committees be appointed with
power to act and prepare the
time and place for the installa-
tion proceedings. We can all
look forward to this affair within
the next 30 days.
It has been suggested that we
remind you again that all mem-
bers of Sholom lodge who live
on the Beach and plan to demit
to the Beach lodge should do so
before the next meeting so that
they can become charter mem-
bers and be so inscribed in the
charter of the new lodge.
OBITUARIES
COHEN
Charlos Cohen, 61, of 334 X. W.
Second ave., died last Thursday In a
hospital. A native or Rumania, nat-
uralized at Key Weal in 1904, he came
to Miami 12 years ago. He was B
men's clothing salesman, Survivors
Include two brothers, lsadore and
Jack, of Chicago. Service* were h, id
Friday 111 Riverside Memorial chapel.
Burial was In Mt. Slnal cemetery.
KAMFNER
Samuel Kamfner, ~i, of SU Euclid
ave., Miami Beach, died last Thura-
day In a Miami hospital. A resident
here for 1j years, he waa formerly of
Chicago. He leaves his Wife. Mrs.
Pauline Kamfner, a son, aud two
daughters in Chicago. The body wan
sent to Chicago by Riverside Memorial
chapel for final rites.
BOTT
Harry Norman Bott. 60, of 1132
Kuclid ave., Miami Beach, died in
Rochester. N. Y.. last Tuesday, follow.
Ing- a heart attack. A retired movie
theater operator, he left Miami a few
days before his death to vlalt in New
York. A cousin of Mitchell Wolfson,
of the Wometco theaters, he formerly
operated a theater chain n central
Florida. Surviving era the wife, Mrs.
Btwi Bott. e* Miami Beach'; a son,
Harry N. Bott, Jr.. a dam-liter. Marcia
Lee B"U. the mother, Mr*. Ulna Bott,
all of Miami Beach; two brothers,
Ruldn :md Jack, both of Naaeau. and
(our sisters. Including Mrs. Aaron
ghevln, of Miami Beaoh. Services
wen held In Gordon Funeral chapel,
burial In OraoeUma park;
NATHAN
I...uls Nathan. 36, resident of Mi-
ami since 1923. died November 26 in
Tucson. Aria, where he had ..one for
his health. Nathan, who came here
from CldiaaKo, wan In the real estate
business. He leave. Ma wife, Mrs.
Mary Nathan, and two eone. Alfred
M, Jacksonville, and Raymond S..
Miami. The body waa ent here for
final rite.s.
COOPERSMITH
Mrs. Fannie Coopersmith, 65, of 1224
Meridian ave., Miami Beach, died in a
hospital Monday after a brief Illness
an.l .irtbndox services were conducted
in the I'almer Funeral home chapel
by ltabbl Moss* Meecheloff. assisted by
Cantor Ramchea. Graveside services
Ht Woodlawn Park cemetery were by
Rabbi Irving Lehrnian and Order
pastern Star. Mrs. Coopersmith, who
came here 10 years ago from New
York cliv, leavoa liar husband H> man
Coppersmith, 'our sons *"l,""ol<:'
ijc-lfywood. Cat: Joseph of l'Helc.
M J.; Jack of Miami Beach, and Dr.
Albert Coopersmith, U. S. Army hngl-
neerTcorps: five daughters theiMtoM
Diana, lUrma an.l Cecilia Cooper-
smith. Mrs. Bertha Merttwortand
Mrs. Lillian Oottesman, all.of Ml '
Beach; and a slater, Mrs. Claia btahl.
of Tassalc, N. X
WOHU
Ignat* Wohl, 79. of 1334 Euclid ave.
Mia nit Beach, died *"> '
hospital He came here 19 > ears ago
#om Low Wand. N. Y A retired
buildar, he was a member of the
ui.,.,1 u-ach Jewish Center and
cha^Mtl.
. -.'' SUSEL
T^stsSS^sk
B ROHAN
Paint and hardware stori
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert. PdJnta & V**"
FuU Line of HARDWAHB. ^chanted Tool*
Garden and Electrical Suppli**
MORRIS ROKNSKY. Owner
Tossy Spivakosky, younfi Rus-
sian violinist, has chosen the
Mendelssohn violin concerto as.
his solo piece for the University
of Miami symphony orchestra
concert at Miami Senior High
school Sunday afternoon. The
performance will be repeated
Monday evening.
Spivakosky is now on his first
conceit tour in America. He has
played several Carnegie Hall re-
citals and has appeared with the
New York Philharmonic.
his wife, Mrs. Bather Buael of Miami
Beach, and two sone, both of Baltl*
more, U i. The body has been sent by
Riverside Memorial chapel to Balti-
more for ftervlces and burial.
DRAMA TO PORTRAY
LIFE OF WEIZMAN
A new series of weekly radio
broadcasts, describing a moving
chapter in world historythe
restoration of a homeless people
to its hometakes place Sunday
VE&3P at 9:15 P'm- n Station
WKAT. The story of Chaim
Weizman will be portrayed this
week.
The new program is called "The
Drama of Palestine." On the
air every Sunday at the same
time, it is a group of radio drama-
tizations, depicting the true life
stories of Jews, rescued from the
jaws of Nazi hell to start living
again in Palestine. Many of the
sketches deal with the pioneers
who helped build Palestine and
defended it during World War II.
The new series is planned and
coordinated by Harry Torczyner,
who was with the radio division
of the Office of War Information
up to V-J Day. The script writ-
ers are Alfred Palca, who has
written such prominent shows as
"This Is the Army" and "The
Treasury Hour," in collaboration
with Lawrence Menkin of "Mr.
District Attorney" and "We. the
People." Ado d' Allessandro.
also of the Office of War Infor-
mation, is the director of the
show.
"The Drama of Palestine" is a
sequel to "Palestine Speaks,"
broadcast over 155 stations in
United States and Canada last
year.
BUY A VICTORY BOND
ROSEN
Mrs. J!o;e Rosen, winter resident of
Miami for the past 20 years, died last
Friday In New York after a long Ill-
ness. Services were held In New York
Sunday. The widow of the late Bar-
nett Rosen. Infants' wear manufac-
turer. Mrs. Rosen is survived by four
sisters, Mrs. Bertha Halperu. Miami
Beach: and Mrs. Lena Halpern, Mrs.
Bam Analander and Mrs. Kmanuel
Hollander, Miami.
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage
in business under the fictitious name
of STRAND BEAUTY SHOP at 3025
N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HILDA KRONER
Applicant
MYERS AND HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HONRST MIKE'S BAR AND
BILLIARDS at 276 W. Flagler St.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
FLAGLER BILLIARDS, INC.
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROOSEVELT HOTEL at 1255
Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida. __
ALMAR HOLDING CO.. INC.
Bv: MORRIS ROTH,
President.
Attest: ALBERT ROTH.
Secretary.
MYERS & HEIMAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
11/30 12/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FRED'S at 1116 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
DAVID PRED
RERA PRED
ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney
1010 Blscayne Bldg.
11/9-16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at 141
West Flagler Street, Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Ceunty. Flor-
ida.
ALICE CUTLIP
HARRY DIETZ, Attorney
1105 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 CLEAR-1'IX PHOTO SERVICE,
at 38 N. W. 29th St.. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. HARnT STEINBERG
HARRY PIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant.
11/30 12/7-14-21-28 #
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of AZTEC CONSTRUCTION AND
REALTY CO., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK A. WISE
CHARLES F. CONE
NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN
Attorney for Applicants
430 Uncoln Road
11/9-11-23-30 12/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MAJESTIC PLASTIC COMPANY
(Not Inc.) at Postal Building. Miami.
Fla., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
ARTHUR RUBIN.
Sole Owner.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROYAL PALM HOTEL, at 1548
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 12/7-14-21
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faajea nervooe tension, to make
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of FLAMINGO COFFEE CO.. at 143
N E. 12th St., Miami, Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
r,rlda- 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,
nt 241 N. W. Kth Street. Miami. Dade
County, Florida, and Intends to reg-
Court of MCXSh.
Sole Owner
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney tor Applicant
H'23-80 12/7-14-21___________
NOTICE IS HEREBY 43IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enfaare
in business under the fictitious name
of BOTTLE CAP INN at 1490 N. W
HSth Street. Intend* to register said
name with the Clerk of Ae Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Court or ^ tii WASSER3TEIN
JOE MIRABEL____
PHILLIP MIRABEL
SILVER-KAPIAN-DIETZ
Attorneys for Applicants
U/13-J0 li/7-14-21________________
NOTfCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of THE RAINBOW DINING ROOM
AND BAR, at Monroe Towers Hotel,
SMI) Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
w1|th,<,rhe,nc,%nrdkt?fr?nrSrcSu.,td S
of Dade County Florid^
MAX FRUERBTEIN
BEN MARCUS
NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN,
Attorney for Applicants.
11/30 18/7-M-21-M ^_____
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
1023 Seybold Building
,,/NOTicK30IS2il7EREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of RITE WAY TRANSFER AND
BAOOAGE at 237 23rd Street. Miami
Beach. Fla,, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of ^^""S-b^tBIK
Bole Owner
11/9-18-J3-30 lt/7 _________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of VOGUE ACCESSORIES, at 704
and 706 N. E. First Avenue, Miami.
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. FtorMa. ^^^
Applicant.
MYERS AND HEIMAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
11/16-M-30 12/7-14 _____________^_
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of CORAL GABLES INN, at 303
Mlnorla 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.
ll/l-a-0 IS/7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES* that
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
CHARLES ROBERTS 9* Inc ). at 420 Lincoln Road. -Miami
Beach, Dade County, Florida, tod in-
tend to register the aaid fiptltious
name In the offloe of the Cjfcrk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Ctounty,
F10rida- HARRY BLUMIN. ^
CHARLES 8. ROBERTS.
B. FLEE-MAN,
Ownera.
OEORGE CHERTKOP.
Attorney for Applicants.
11/16-23-30 12/5-12 ^_____
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlpar Jo etiae
In business under the fictitious name
o f JACKSON REFRIGERATION
SERVICE at 340 N. W. IZth Avenue
intends to register said mama, with
the Clerk of tho CirouJt. Court of
Dade County. Florida. >. '
DAVID ROTmrNRBRG
(Sdle Owner)
MARX FEINBERG. Attorney
11/9-16-23-30 12/7 .;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flcMUon. name of
PARU LABORATORIES, at 3618 N.
E 2nd Avenue. Miami. Fla.. Intends
"""OL L ALEXANDER^
MAX R. SILVER. /
Attorney for Applciant.
12/7-li-ii-a 1/5
NOTICE IS HEREBY CfTVEJK that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctltioue name
of LEADER KOSHER MEAT MAR-
KET, at 1335 Washington Ave.KUml
Beach, Florldn, IntenOa- to MBieter
said name with the cSfc of the Cir-
cuit Court of I**,^'^^
NATALIE M- WEIN8TEIN,
Attorney for Applicant.
11/30 l2/r-14-*l-38________4
NOTICE^ IS HEREBY GIVE#t that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the flctitlou. name
of TRBPTE REALTY CO., Intend
iwtsteT aald name with the.Clerk
.. the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. MURRAT KASTO#F
WALTER A. TRBSTTE
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PAGE TWELVE
+JmlstincrMton
IN THE MAIL BOX
WE LIKE CRITICISM
Gentlemen:
I have been a subscriber of
your paper for the past seven or
eight years. Many of my friends
in whose houses I should like to
see a local Jewish paper, too. find
many reasons for not having it.
Let me illustrate one of them:
Your paper is "boosting" certain
rabbis by using bold-face head-
lines "SPIRITUAL LEADER."
"PROMINENT RABBI"; or. when
a rabbi returns from his vacation,
one of them gets a write-up of 20
lines, while the other gets only
three lines, and all they did was
to take a vacation trip up North.
In my opinion, such event does
not merit more than three lines
in any case.
Or, as it happened on Nov. 2,
when both your paper and the
Miami Herald had Rabbi Max
Shapiro's picture, as per clippings
enclosed. While the Christian
paper had a picture that looks as
Rabbi Shapiro is now, the Flo-
rodian uses an old worn-out plate,
which I have been seeing for the
past seven or eight years.
If you are not getting as many
new subscribers as you would
like to, or if you are losing some
of the old ones, do not blame
the Jewish population of Greater
Miami, but do revise your policy
toward the rabbis, which ought
to be impartial.
If you will take this letter in
the spirit in which it is written.
I may write you about other irri-
tating things. Otherwise. I shall
refrain from writing you again.
Verv trulv vours.
ABRAHAM F. BLOCH.
1443 West ave.
ONLY SALVATION
HUMANITARIAN
To The Editor:
The American Council for
Judaism is not opposed to the
emigration of Jews in Europe to
Palestine.
The Council is making every
effort to assist the emigration of
those of our faith who wish to
go to Palestine or any other coun-
try where they may live securely
and in contentment.
It is this humanitarian purpose
of the Council that prompted
many of us to join that organiza-
tion.
HARRY BOYELL.
utfL
^POe
JojGUST BROS HYj
Is tht Wif
GENERAL PAINTING
BY BE8T MECHANICS
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If No Answer Call 2-510S
To The Editor:
The anti-Semitism which I find
daily growing worse all around
me finds added expression in the
words of Prof. Baron of Columbia
university in his prediction "that
after the war, the center of anti-
Semitism will shift from the Eu-
ropean continent to North and
South America"such appearing
in the "Monthly Summary in
Race Relations" for May. 1945
(anti-Semitic section). This pre-
diction is not too surprising when
you consider there are practically
no Jews left in Europe to concen-
trate uponwith the pitiful re-
mainder only pleading to go to
Palestineso now on to the
American Jews.
Jacob Leschtinsky occupies an
important place in the distin-
guished circle of Jewish intellec-
tuals from Eastern Europe who
have found refuge in the United
States during the war.
Mr. Leschtinsky s original thesis
declared the European Jews to
have absolutely no future in their
old homes and Soviet Jewry to be
completely lost. To these he has
now added a third, the most
amazing of all, namely that the
American Jews, like European
and Soviet Jews, are "lost" and
have no economic or social future
in the United States. Thus they
must end as did the German
Jews.
In a long series of articles, Mr.
Leschtinsky proved: 1) as far as
the Jews are concerned, the
United States does not differ from
Poland, Rumania, Germany and
other anti-Semitic countries. 2)
America is the same "Galuth" for
the Jews as in Europe. 3) The
economic position of the Jews
here is rotten to the core. 4) Anti-
Semitism in the United States is
of the same dimension and cali-
bre as in Europe and must lead
to the same results. 5) American
Jews are psychologically cowards
und of a lower moral status than
the Polish Jews because they did
not fight anti-Semitism the way
the Jews of Warsaw did.
Mr. Leschtinsky's intention ob-
viously is to show that the only
salvation for the Jews all over
the world lies in the establish-
ment of a national home in Pales-
tine.
Sincerely yours,
NATHAN SELTZMAN.
PS.If I thought anti-Semi-
tism was bad in Miami when I
lived there. 1 had to come to New
York to see what it was really
like.
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Awaiting word from several
veterans' organizations, the Mi-
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corporation is preparing to turn
over its activities and shut up
shop after 14 months of service
during which it housed about
1,000 servicemen and their fami-
lies.
Leon Schulman, executive sec-
retary, reported Tuesday that the
American Legion, Jewish War
Veterans and Veterans of Foreign
Wars have been asked to take
over the corporation's apartment
leases.
The purpose of the corporation
was to house servicemen sta-
tioned here, Schulman said. The
veterans groups are the logical
organizations to continue this
work for the benefit of returnees.
"Here is an excellent opportu-
nity for veterans to be housed at
OPA ceiling rather than black
market prices," he stated.
If the corporation's offer is not
accepted immediately, some 50
apartment leases made by the
Housing group will revert to the
landlords. Leases were made* at
OPA prices by the corporation
and sublet to GI's at lower rentals
with the deficit absorbed by Fed-
eration and three national Jew-
ish agencies.
FISHING QUEEN
TO BE CHOSEN
The queen of the 11th annual
Metropolitan Miami Fishing
tournament, Jan. 13 through
April 21, will be selected this
week end, it has been announc-
ed by H. H. Hyman, general
chairman of the major rod and
reel angling competition since
its inception.
He said that the executive
committee had approved the
selection of the queen from
several eligibles from Miami
Beach in furtherance of their
policy of rotating the queen
honor between the two spon-
soring cities of Miami and Mi-
ami Beach. The final selection
will be made by Don Mc-
Carthy, tourney publicity
chairman, his committee, and
Dinty D. Dennis, tournament
director.
The Newspaper Guild of New
York has given Ingrid Bergman
a "Page One Award" for her
screen work and activities on be-
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Bummy Davis is gone. The
Brooklyn welterweight went out
fighting to the last, throwing his
left hook against the guns of four
hoodlums in a tavern stickup.
For once the odds were much too
great and the Brownsville boy
paid with his life.
Davis wasn't a great fighter,
perhaps not even a good one. The
crowd loved to watch him. how-
ever, for Al could stop anybody
with his wild left hook. Once
stung into a wild fury Davis
clubbed away with his wild lefts
until either his opponent fell or
Bummy was battered down.
There was no halfway measure
with the Brooklyn kid.
His 1941 fight with Fritzie
Zivic saw Bummy lose his head
completely to flagrantly foul
Zivic. When Referee Cavanaugh
tried to restrain him Al shifted
his attack and began to kick the
official. For his amazing lack of
respect Davis was set down for
life by the N. Y. Boxing com-
mission.
After a hitch in the Army, Al
was reinstated and led to the
slaughter against none other than
Fritzie Zivic. Fritz butchered
Davis but refrained from knock-
ing him out until toward the
scheduled end of the fight. Al
knew beforehand he was in for
a beating but took it without a
whimper. Despite occasional
losses he was brought back re-
peatedly to fight in Madison
Square Garden.
The boy who started peddling
knishes at the age of 13 wound up
his boxing career with a quarter
of a million dollars. Slated to
box Morris Reif the latter part
possible to shed weft"^'1 k
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Island U. for 12 minutes.
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The shooting has stopped, but it's not all over
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7,
Hillel Promotes Jewish Ideals
For American College Students
Workers for the $35,000 Hillel
building fund drive have been
meeting this week with Carl
Weinkle. Sam Blank and Monte
Selig, campaign leaders, to set up
a campaign list in preparation for
their dinner Dec. 27.
Hillel members on the Univer-
sity of Miami campus will also
participate in the campaign,
Rabbi Albert Michels, director of
the local Foundation, reports. Of-
ficers of the Hillel Advisory coun-
cil, which supervises the Founda-
tion, are Harold Turk, president;
Benjamin Meyers, vice president;
Mrs. Harry Gordon, secretary,
and Sam B. Miller, treasurer.
Nationally, Hillel Foundations
are sponsored by B'nai B'rith to
bring a more adequate knowledge
of their heritage to Jewish college
students. The units are super-
vised by trained professional di-
rectors who cooperate with rep-
resentative student leaders.
This fall inaugurated the 23rd
year of service by the Founda-
tions. First unit of Hillel named
for the sage of the first century
B.C.E., was organized in 1923 on
the University of Illinois campus.
Recently, a group organized at
the University of Havana joined
118 units throughout North
America.
"A Foundation neither sepa-
rates nor segregates the Jewish
student," Hillel leaders declare.
"It is not meant as a substitute
for university life or for extra-
curricular activity. It is planned
as a supplement ... it becomes
the authorized spokesman for
Jewish tradition and is better
able to interpret it than individ-
ual students who have neither
the background nor the matur-
ity."
An integrated cultural, relig-
ious and social program is car-
ried on by Hillel. Every Foun-
dation sponsors a Seder. Purim
usually brings carnivals. Friday
night services and observance of
other holidays are held.
Every Hillel sponsors classes
and discussion groups on Jewish
history and literature, ethics,
contemporary Jewish problems,
book reviews of Jewish interest,
social institutions, the Bible,
Jewish philosophy, etc. Hebrew
classes are offered.
Several Hillel units have intro-
duced highly specialized honor
courses for students who show
characteristics of leadership. Lec-
ture courses and forums are pre-
sented for Jewish and non-Jewish
students alike.
Hillel directors have been able
to create better inter-faith rela-
tions. Perhaps the most exten-
sive development of the good will
program has taken place at Hun-
ter college in New York. Through
the initiative of B'nai B'rith, ar-
rangements were made for the
purchase of the New York home
of the late President Roosevelt.
Named for his mother, the Sara
Delano Roosevelt Memorial house
now serves as an inter-faith meet-
ing center. Inter-faith fellow-
ship awards in memory of out-
standing personalities have been
established on many campuses,
one of the most recently being
the Wendell Willkie fellowship
at Indiana university.
During the war, a considerable
part of the Hillel program was
devoted to the service of trainees
stationed at American colleges
and universities. Religious, cul-
tural and social activities were
designed for both military and
civilian students.
THE
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.)
B'nai B'rith was the first Jew-
ish organization in the United
States to use the seven-branched
Menorah as its official emblem.
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QUESTION: Why is the sur-
name "Segal" usually indicative
of a person belonging to the
Levite tribe, i.e. a Levi?
ANSWER: It is claimed that
even before the Jews adopted the
use of surnames, those stemming
from the Levite tribe would affix
the Hebrew contraction pro-
nounced Segal or Sagal. This
stood for the expression "Segun
Lacohen" which meant "Second
to the Priest" or "assistant
priest." Since the Levite was
second to the priest in the temple
it is easy to understand that he
should affix unto himself this
title.
Others find the expression to
be an abbreviation of the phrase
'The ultimate redemption shall
be for the Levites" (Sof Geulah
Lalevyim). When the use of sur-
names was finally universally
adopted, many of the Levites
merely used this expression as
the surname. Others used their
tribal name as a surname, i.e.
Levi and in this sense the name
Levy usually signifies, that the
individual stems from Hie Levite
tribe.
QUESTION: Why does the
name "Katz" usually signify that
the person stems from the
Priestly family?
ANSWER: As was the case
with the name "Segal," many be-
lieve that the priests originally
affixed the expressional abbrevi-
ation "Katz" wnkh stands for the
phrase "the righteous priest"
(Kohen-Zedeck) even before they
used any surnames. When sur-
names were ^universally adopted
they merely used this title for the
surname. Others used their di-
rect family title and hence the
name "Cohen'' usually signifies
that the individual bearing that
name is of the priestly family.
It should be pointed ou^ how-
ever, that there are exceptions to
these generally existent condi-
tions which will probably become
more numerous as time goes on.
QUESTION: Why is it custom-
ary to visit the cemetery in case
of the critical illness or grave
danger of a friend or relative?
ANSWER: Many have at-
tempted to connect this custom
with pagan superstitions which
insist upon learning the future
from the dead. This is furthest
from the fact, however, as is evi-
dent from the Biblical injunction
which prohibits any magical phe-
nomenon in regard to the dead.
There is, however, the strong be-
lief in Judaism of the Immortality
of the human being, which
stresses the fact that deceased
relatives pass on to the next
world, where the righteous seek
mercy for the living.
In the case of crucial illness or
grave danger, it is advisable to
seek the unity of the family and
to unite the pleas and penitence
of the living with the virtues of
the righteous souls who have
since passed on and are in a posi-
tion to pray for the living without
personal motives. Furthermore,
there is no place like the ceme-
tery to impress people of the fu-
tility of mankind without the
protective mercy of the Creator.
One who visits the cemetery on
behalf of an ill one is thus con-
vinced of man's dependency upon
Ood and thus the prayers are of-
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ASSEMBLY ATTENDED
BY 1.000 CHILDREN
Over 1,000 students from five
religious schools and the Cardiac
Home attended the Chanuka as-
sembly at the Capitol theatre on
Sunday. Holders of the lucky
numbers for the book awards
were Stanley Saal and Leon
Goldenblank. Beth David: Judy
Krensky and Ronny Kurz, Temple
Beth Sholom; Norton'Schwartz,
Cardiac Home; Leonard Kessler,
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation; Jonathan Braunstein,
Temple .Israel, and Marcia Spitzer
and Sigmund Levy, Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Louis Heiman,
president of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, made the presen-
tations.
The program consisted of choral
selections by Beth David Young
Judaea, Temple Beth Sholom
choral group and the Center glee
club. A picture and three car-
toons were showed. Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan spoke on the importance
of Chanuka and of Jewish chil-
dren meeting together. Norman
Rossman, Jr., also spoke.
Mrs. Harold Robin played the
piano. Community singing was
led by Cantors A. S. Friedman.
Samuel Kelemer and Emanuel
Barkan. Refreshments were
served by members of the Sister-
hoods of the five congregations
represented.
In charge of arrangements
were Mrs. Edward Soule. Mrs.
Alex Stubel, Mrs. Sylvia Kirsch-
ner, Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs.
Freda Newman, Mrs. Maurice N.
Good, Mrs. Louis Safer, Mrs. Sam
Miller and Mr. Stubblefield and
Mr. Fink of Wometco theatres.
Children of Temple Israel, under
the supervision of Harold Ruby,
were ushers.
40 Kennels Register
At West Flagler Club
With more than 40 kennels of
the nation's greatest greyhounds
registered at the West Flagler
Kennel club, the first two weeks
of the 80-night meeting proved
that it would be a nip and tuck
race right down to Derby Night
of Feb. 20 for the honor of being
the track's leading owner and
trainer.
The close matching of the stars
in all divisions and at various
distances by Racing Secretary
Norval Allen and Presiding Judge
H. M. Barton has seen the win
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DECEMBER 7. 1945
pfderation in action
Sthemeofcontest
awaiting the
thp crizes are
of an amateur camera
*,n.n. l- nched Dec. 1 by the
T& c-rnrniitee ot the
Pub Miami Jewish Federa-
JS'tSSl Mrs. Martha
Myers, chairman.
With Federation in Action as
.i.- theme, contestants will find
'mole ma'Vrial by observing the
SSrftiS of the numerous agen-
aC IVn foe Dade county area who
Tre he -cipients of funds con-
futed bv the Miami Jewish
Smun.tv through its Federa-
Tamera contest judges are Mor-
. rnttlirb H. W. Hannau and
1CB tn. War bonds and
!C prize* will go to the first ten
fand I"1"' winners whose pic-
fure" art judged most meritorious
based no only on their photo-
Sic quality, but also on their
fXnre in terms of depicting
StSSoM of'the Jewish-sup
Srted agencies functioning in
the Miami area.
Twc agencies are Anti-De-
famation league of B'nai B'rith,
Burea of J c w i s h Education.
heater Miami Army Navy com-
^ttee Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Hillel Foundation of
n of Miami, Jewish Home for the
Aged Jewish Social Service bu-
reau National Council of Jewish
Women YM & WHA of Miami
Beach YM & YWHA of Miami.
Miami Beach Service league and
Miami Service league.
The Camera Contest commit-
tee headed by George J. Talian-
off,' has announced the following
rules:
1. The contest is open to all
amateur photographers.
2. Contestant may submit as
manv punts as desired.
3. The most desired size in pic-
tures is 5 ins. x 7 ins. but all sue
prints will be accepted provided
they are no less than zyi V*
inches.
4. Prints become the property
of Federation and all contestants
names will appeas with the pic-
tures that are published.
5. Pictures must be glossy
prints
8. The contest begun Dec. 1,
1945, will terminate March 1.
1946, with outstanding contest
pictures to appear in subsequent
issues of the Federation News.
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SERVICE

PARADE!
Pfc. Sidney Pepper, son of Mr
and Mrs. A. Pepper, is back in
West Palm Beach with his wife
and three children after being re-
leased from the Marine corps.
In his two years with the Ma-
rines, Pfc. Pepper served a year
overseas, including Guam.
Lt. (sg) Arnold Rubin, just back
from the Pacific, is on annual
leave at his home. 410 W. 45th St..
and expects to remain here till
December. Lt. Rubin has been
in the Navy 44 months, 21 of
which he has served overseas
He has been in the Pacific and
American theaters of operations.
Lt. Rubin will return to practic-
ing law alter his release from the
Navy which he hopes will be
within the next few months.
Sgt. Murray Miller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Miller, 918 S. W.
Fourth st., returned to Miami this
week following his discharge at
Camp Blanding Friday. In the
Army 33 months. Sgt. Miller
spent eight months in the ETO
with the 106th Infantry. He was
captured by the Germans and
was in a prisoner of war camp
for six months early this year.
After visiting here for about a
month, he will go to New York
to see his grandmother, Mrs. Alta
Miller, and then return to South-
ern Optomvtry college, Memphis,
to complete his college training.
Among his decorations, the
former sergeant holds the Com-
bat Infantryman's badge, the
Purple Heart and the Good Con-
duct medal.
Basic Health Class
Meets At Y Weekly
A basic health class to build
strength and endurance through
streamline exercise and play is
held every Sunday morning for
business men from 11 o'clock till
noon at the Miami Y. A program
of keeping fit by means of calis-
thenics, volleyball, badminton,
medicine ball and handball has
been instituted by Michael Rand,
athletic director.
Additional classes on week
nights will be formed to meet the
needs of this business men's
group, Rand promises. The classes
are open to men aged 20 to 65.
Classes tor women will also be
formed in the near future.
Candidates for the Y's basket-
ball team will meet on the ath-
letic field Sunday at 10 a. m. for
tryouts.
Rabbi Receives Gifts
On 14th Anniversary
A brief case and a picture of
his wife and children were pre-
sented to Rabbi Max Shapiro
Friday night at special services
in pbsi i vance of his 14th year
with Beth David Congregation.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, general
chairman of the affair, made the
presentation.
Tribute was paid the Rabbi by
>uis Heiman and Dr. Jacob H.
{"Plan, president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical association,
made the closing remarks. Mem-
bers of the board of directors who
hired Habbi Shapiro 14 years ago
were introduced.
Appieeiation for the congratu-
latory wires and flowers sent him
n the occasion were expressed
JWRabbi Shapiro this week.
Seeks Information
On Vets, Servicemen
Records of local Jewish men
and women who have been or
are now in the armed forces
are desired by the War Rec-
ords committee of the Army-
Navy committee. In making
the request, Leon Schulman,
executive secretary, reports
that many people who have
been contacted by mail have
been under the impression that
the committee wants informa-
tion concerning those now in
service only.
We want to obtain a com-
plete picture of the local popu-
lation's contribution to the war
effort, Schulman said, and thus
we need the story on men and
women who have already been
discharged as well as informa-
tion on those still in the serv-
ice.
After receiving his honorable
discharge, Flight Officer Ken-
neth M. Myerson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Meyerson, has arrived
at his home, 622 15th st. Meyer-
son held the double rating of
bombardier-navigator and flew
A-26's, which are twin-engine
light bombers.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High school, Meyerson was a
medical student at the University
of Florida before entering the
service.
Cpl. Joel Diamond, son of Mrs.
Essie Diamond, 711 S. W. 11th
ave., has been discharged from
the Army Air corps after three j ___________________
fa2r7inTSCuct^rChhe1'spenta.r8: '" the B'nai B'rith ritual the
other parts of Europe. Cpl. Dia-
mond plans to finish his studies
this spring. He formerly at-
tended the University of Florida.
Lr. Aaron J. Gross, 505 W. 47th
st., has been separated from the
service at the Naval personnel
separation center, Jacksonville,
Fla. Capt. Sydney Shepard, 1676
James ave., has been placed on
inactive status at the Miami
Beach separation base.
Pvt. Edward T. Newman has
been classified as a medical tech-
nician at Sheppard Field. Tex.,
and wiU be attached to the Medi-
cal corps on detached duty when
he completes his basic training.
His address is 3706th AAFBTC.
Squadron S. Sheppard Field, Tex.
illuminated to the accompani-
ment of a special prayer. The
lights, in order, stand for LIGHT,
JUSTICE, PEACE. TRUTH,
BENEVOLENCE. BROTHERLY
LOVE and HARMONY, the lat-
ter three being the three virtues
which make up B'nai B'rith's
motto.
After 15 months in the Pacific,
Major Harold Rand returned to
the States Monday. Before en-
tering the medical corps, Major
Rand practiced medicine in Mi-
ami for several years and was
active in the Y and other civic
groups. After visiting his sister,
Mrs. Mildred Resenberg, in Cali-
fornia, he will join his wife in
Englewood, N. J.
Recently arrived in Miami for
45 day temporary duty is Capt.
Sanders G. Cohen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer G. Cohen, 1314 S. W.
10th st. A navigator with the
Air Transport command, Capt.
Cohen has served in three the-
aters of operation. After com-
pleting his training at Coral
Gables, he delivered planes with
the ferry command and was sta-
tioned in Africa for a year. From
Africa, he made periodic trips to
Rome, Naples, Paris and other
points in Europe. He also visited
Tel Aviv. Capt. Cohen has been
in the Army for almost four
years.
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Friday, December 7, 1945
Both Jacob late Friday Night Ser-
vice and lecture, S:30 p. m.
Saturday, December 8
Hook Review. Spinoza Forum. 124
11th St.. Miami lltaih, 3 p. in.
Sunday, December 9
National Children's Cardiac Homo
Membership Tea, 8: p. in.
Beta Pavld SlnUrhood Chanukah
Card' Parly, s ml p. m.
Monday, December 10
Federation Budget Committee. 8:00
p. ra. Federation Office.
Jewish Consumptive It.-lief Society,
8:00 p. m. Beach Y.
I*. T. A. Card Party, 8:00 p. m. Cen-
tral Beach Elementary School.
Tuesday, December 11
Iteth Jacob Sisterhood Meetins*,
8:00 p. m.
National Home for Jewish Childron
Social Tea and Card Party. After-
noon.
Town Hall lecture Fortim Series,
8:1S p. m. Miami Sr. High School.
Robert St. John, Speaker
Lecture. Splooca Forum, 8 PL m.
Wednesday, December 12
National Children's Cardiac Homo,
Hoard Meeting, 10:311 a. m.
Regular Meeting, 1:30 p. in.
Beth Jacob Adult Institute. 8:00
p, m.
Miami Beach Post No. H30. J.W.V.
Regular Meeting. 8:00 p. m. Beach Y.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1945
f ,
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
9)
AROUND PALESTINE: It can
now be revealed that President
Truman, after reading the Harri-
son report on the plight of the
displaced Jews in Europe, was so
moved that he thought that Bri-
tain should immediately admit to
Palestine not 100,000, but 200.-
000 Jews .He then wrote to
Attlee asking for the admission
of 100,000 Jews, in the sincere be-
lief that his humanitarian appeal
was removed from politics and
would be readily granted ... He
did not expect that Britain would
use his appeal to further British
policy in Palestine instead of
helping the Jews for whom Tru-
man intervened The extent
to which the interest of Ameri-
cans in the Palestine issue is
growing can be gauged from the
mail received by a New York
radio station following a disci >s-
sion of the question "Should ?/e
Support the Establishment of a
Jewish State in Palestine Now?"
... A total of nearly 6.000 letters
were received in addition to
7,000 demands for the complete
transcription of the broadcast .
Participating in the discussion
were Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and
Edgar Ansel Mowrer for the af-
firmative, and Rabbi Morris S.
Lazaron and Carroll Binder for
the negative And another af-
fair which drew unparalleled
attention was the dinner tendered
last week in New York to Dr.
Chaim Weizmann on the occasion
of his 71st birthday, at which he
was presented with a check for
$1,250,000 for the Weizmann In-
stitute in Palestine. One of the
most interesting sidelights of the
dinner was the fact that the
check for Dr. Weizmann was
originally for $1,000,000 but
shortly before it was presented
three Canadian Jews said that
they would add $250,000 And
thus the sum was increased as a
pleasant surprise to all the 2.0000
guests attending the affair .
WASHINGTON NOTES: The
discussions which are now going (
on in Washington between Bri- |
tain and the United States in con-
nection with the loan which the
British Government is seeking
are being watched with utmost
interest in Zionist circles Pal-
estine, as part of the sterling
bloc, will be vitally affected by
the decisions which will be taken
as a result of these discussions
. Due to war expenditures. Pal-
estine has become a creditor of
Great Britain to an amount esti-
mated at over $500,000,000 .
Palestine purchasing power has
accordingly gone up considerably
. The merchants of Palestine
are anxious to make purchases in
the United States American
manufacturers are anxious to sell
to Palestine However. Pales-
tine business firms are not free
to make their purchases in the
most favorable markets All
dollar exchange accruing to Pal-
estine goes into the general dollar
pool controlled by Great Britain
. And Zionist leaders here
claim that the allocation to them
of dollars from the pool is en-
tirely out of proportion to the
amount of dollars that Palestines
contributes to the pool They
point out that aside from public
funds transmitted from the
United States, which they esti-
mate totalled $25,00.000 this year,
the export of diamonds to Amer-
ica brings Palestine an additional
$15,000,000 a year Palestine,
therefore, would have available
about $40,000,000 to spend in the
United States ... It is prevented
from making these expenditures
because Great Britain restricts
the use of dollars .
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Beach Plays Host
To Former Prisoners
Ten repatriated American pris-
oners of war arrived recently at
the Royal Palm hotel, Miami
Beach, with members of their
families for a two-week vacation
at government expense.
All of the arrivals, who range
in rank from corporal to captain,
are liberated prisoners of the
Japanese, and with their rela-
tives make up a group of 22.
The vacationers occupy 16
rooms at the hotel, on Collins
ave. between Lincoln id. and 15th
st., with all expenses paid for
themselves and their relatives,
including travel costs.
A planned recreation and en-
tertainment program has been
arranged which includes deep-
sea and reef fishing, golf at the
Normandy Isles course, and sight-
seeing tours of all points of in-
terest, including the area's three
racetracks.
SEEK ROOM LISTINGS
Room listings in private Jew-
ish homes have been requested
by the housing division of the
Miami Chamber of Commerce.
Apartment houses and rooming
hotels desiring Jewish guests may
get this sami- service continu-
ously by carrying their member-
ships in the Chamber, Florence
R. Walzer states.
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Mil I S NUklh Ul MIAMI < In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID.
135 N. W. Third Ave. Man Shapiro.
Rabbi. Conservative. \M\t Friday
evening aervleea will be hold at itu
p.m. Rul.bl Shapiro will conduct the
services and Cantor Abraham Fried-
man will officiate, assisted by the
choir Members of the choir are Ju-
.lith Moakowlts. Estelle K.ihun and
t'.usMe Oviiamon. sopdannst: Hose Mai-
tin, Bophla Poweeky ami Bit* gtocj.
altos: Dim t*nca ami Nathan Fried-
man, bass; Davl.l J'avlow and Uttlli
Poweaky, tenom; H. Rohan, choir
leader Cantor FViedman directs 'he
choir ajid rehearaala are held every
Thursday evening. Rabbi Shapiros
tonic for dlecuaalon win be, "i*t i
l*.ok Ahead" The Debbs. young
women's fTOUP Of B'nal Hrllh. will be
presented during- these services. 1 he
social hour will be given by .Mrs. Hy-
man Soot In and Mrs Lottla Margullea
in memory of the late Mrs. S. M.
Goodman. The floral offering baa
i.....n donated by Harry Topklna sab-
bath services at 1:10 a m. and student
services. D':H0 a.m. Dally services at
8:00 a.m. and 11:16 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th
St. Saul Appelbaum. Rabbi. Reform.
Friday evening service, S:ir, p.m.. will
be conducted by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan.
rabbi emeritus, in the abaence of Rabbi
Appelbaum, who Is attending a con-
vention in Birmingham. Dr. Kaplan
win preach on "The Interpretation of
Dreama." Mrs. Louli PYledman will
light the candles and make thiv bless-
ing A reception In Kaplan Hall will
be held after the services under the
aponaonchlp of the Sisterhood. Dr.
Kaplan Will officiate at Saturday
morning services at 11 a.m.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
301-311 W-ishington Avenue. Miami
Beach. Moiea Meacheloff, Rabyi.
Orthodox. Friday evening services at
5:16 p.m. Iite Friday night forum
at R:30 p.m. Rabbi Meacheloff will
apeak on "The Power of Dreams."
Cantor Louia D. Feder will lead the
communal singing;. Saturday morning
adult services at 8:10 o'clock. Rabhl
Meacheloff will speak on "Europe's
Children." Marvin Margol, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Margol, will celebrate
bis Bar Mltava. Rabbi Meacheloff win
addresa the Bar Mitiva boy. Junior
s. r\ Icea for children of elementary
school age at 10 a.m. Intermediate
services for adolescents, lit a.m. Illble
study at 4 p.m. under the leadership
o! S A. F'reedman. Shalos Sudos at
" IS p m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
on the "Portion of the Week." Sun-
day School from Id to noon. Young
Zionists will me, t Sunday at 8 p.m.
Religious school daily from 4 to 7 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chaae
Avenue at 41at Street, Miami Beach.
Leon Kroniah. Rabbi; Samuel Kele-
mer. Cantor. Liberal. Friday eve-
ning service, I-18 p.m. Judge Max
Korshak will speak on "The Hidden
Treasure." A social hour will follow.
Mrs. Jack Miller, Mrs. Harry Miller
Mrs. Ne|| H,-rk anil Mrs. Henrietta
Renter will be hostesses. Saturday
morning services, 10:4.i a.m. Cantor
Kelemer will chant the services. A
IS-mlnute organ prelude will precede
each service. Religious school Kundav
morning, in a.m. Hebrew clause's
weekday afternoons at 3:43 p.m. All
children between the ages of j and 14
are invited to register.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMU-
NITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Avenue.
Miami Beach. Irving Lehrman. Babbi.
Conservative. Friday evening -eerv-
lees. 5 p.m. I.ate Friday evening
services at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Tarael
Qoldfarb will speak on "From Prison
to Throne." Cantor Emanuel Barkan
will chant the services, assisted by
the <'enter Choir, under the direction
of Joseph Schreibman, musical dlrce-
lor Sabbath morning services will he
dedicated to Hal.lit l.elirinan In defer-
ence to his friends who were unable
to Obtain reservations to the testi-
monial dinner Sunday. A special kld-
dush will he held at the conclusion
of s.rv|,eH. Rahul UhrniHn will speak
on the "Weekly Portion of the Law."
Junior congregation. Saturdav morn-
ing. 1" a.m. Saturday evening,
Mlnrna at :, p m followed bv Shnloa
Sudos and Maariv. AZA-BBC.-Rar
Mltzva breakfast Sunday morning 9
o'clock Hebrew and Sunday Schools
now in session. Youth Council ac-
tivities every Monday, Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday evening's'
Arts and crafts Wednesday after-
noons.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Avenue.
Friday evening services, 5:45 pm
Saturday morning services at t am
Dally services at 9 a.m. and 5:3ft p in
Junior congregation services Saturday
at la m. at the Congregation building.
Herbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Cohen, will become Bar Mltava The
Rev. Maurice Mamches will conduct
the services. Mr. and Mrs. Cohen
sill be hosts at a reception after-
wards and at Shalos Sudos In the
evening. Chlldrtn and adults are in-
vited.
Beautiful Miami
Medical Center
Facilities for treatments of acute
medical, and convalescent cases
Especially equipped for care of
nervous and mental disorders,
drug and alcoholic habit*. Pay
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Dad* Couniy Medical Awn.
BUY A VICTORY BOND
HILLEL PLANS DjANCE
ON INTERFAITH THEME
In the spirit of Chanuka and
the approaching Christian holi-
days, an Intcrfaith open house
reception and dance will be held
by the University of Miami Hillcl
Foundation tomorrow evening at
the chapter's house. 3306 Ponce
de Leon blvd.. Coral Gables.
Jewish ana non-Jewish stu-
dents, friends of the Foundation
and members of the Hillel Ad-
visory council have been invited.
Entertainment will be provided
by Don Rutterstein and his band
and the Hillel chorus, under the
direction of Beverly Wittan.
Dottie Birnbaum will be mistress
of ceremonies and Mike Beeres
will supervise the specialty acts.
Refreshments will be served.
Book Review Contest
Nears Deadline
A chance to win two of the
coveted Orange Bowl tickets is
offered Miamians in the form of
the Jewish Book council's review
contest.
Deadline for submitting re-
views of books of Jewish content
will be Thursday midnight. In-
formation and rules of the contest
may be obtained from the coun-
cil at the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation. 3-5858.
Judges for the contest are Prof.
Edward Clarke, chairman, and
Mrs. I. M. Wcinstein, Mrs. Max
Shapiro, Fred K. Shochet and
Max Meiscl. Second prize will
be a year's subscription to "Com-
mentary" magazine and third
prize, Moses Mosenson's "Letters
From the Desert."
CENTER GIVES WATCH
TO RABBI LEHRMAN
. n *he second anniversary 0f
his affiliation with the Miarni
?ea ft^h Community cen
ter. Rabbi Irving Lehrman wL
given a watch. Presentation of
the gift was made by Harry Sir
kin co-chairman of the Center's
building fund campaign at a
testimonial dinner in Rabbi Lahr
man's honor Sunday night
A capacity crowd attended
Rabbi Israel Goldfarb. father-in'
law of Rabbi Lehrman. delivered
the main address.
In order to accommodate Cen-
ter members who were unable to
obtain reservations for the din-
ner, the Center is dedicating its
Sabbath services to Rabbi Lehr-
man this week. A special kid-
dush will be held at the conclu-
sion of services Saturday morn-
ing.
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iyblbJEIIiOipidliigun EWISH WEEKLY [VOLUME 18-NUMBER 49 Robert St. John, first of four lecturers, will be presented by •he Temple Israel Men's club at L Town Hall Forum, 8:15 p.m., Juesday at Miami Senior high [school auditorium. [St. John, noted war correspondent author and radio commentator,' has lived among the peoples Kf 29 nations involved in World War II Because of his contact Lith the headline names, he has lever been an "armchair" combientator. His book. "It's Always tomorrow." was written against i war background. His lecture subject, "Can We Ivoid World War III?" has fcroused nationwide interest. In Ihis lecture. St. John lists the %  tumbling blocks in the way of fpeace in our time,'.' discusses the larious plans that have been proposed for organizing the world Lid tells something about the (lopes and aspirations of the 29 ountries he has visited recently. 8e also discusses the people, 'roups and countries which jhreaten the future security of |he world Tickets arc now on sale for the eries of four lectures by St. lohn, Ray Joseph (Jan. 31, 1946); Wax Hiil (Feb. 26), and Erika tfann (April 23). They are avail|ble from the Town Hall secreary at 9-1757. Herbert U. Feibelman. cohairman of the F^rum, will preat Tuesday's meeting. Asting Feibelman are Arthur fahn. co-chairman, and E. M. oldstein, Stuart Gordon, Henry Wolf. H. A. Binder, Rabbi Saul I. Appelhaum, Dr. Max AugusIne, Jerome Cohen, Louis Gillian. Dr. Frank Coret, Henry prsch, Max Holtzberg, J. Gerald *wis, Jules Perlman, G. Lewis 'endelson and Albert Green. I'nai B'rith Drive approaches Goal IEF and G Bonds totalling p3,525 were sold at the Victory Kn Cabana party sponsored by pe Greater Miami B'nai B'rith embership at the Blackstone nel Sunday. [With 1.400 persons in attendee, rare and valuable articles %  merchandise were auctioned to Mnest oond bidders. The large fowd was greeted by Mayor Jerbert Frink of Miami Beach; wold Turk, president of Sholem age and George J. Bertman. resident of the newly organized £* Beach lod 8e. An alarm w* and an American fh* fought the highest bids. Other ppuhu items included nylon e liq ui) r, jewelry and toys, all Pnated b v Miami and Miami Fn merchants. I the services of an Army orrj a an d entertainment were available through Captain panes Swift, special service offer of the Miami Beach Service [E. Albert Pallot and Sam W. papiro. co-chairmen of the Vfciry Loan drive, announced that 1? oond; sold at the Blackstone KL r L onabled B 'n B'rith to I ng heir 8th Victory Loan drive i'ooo 81 475 000 "" goal te Pw Blackstone affair was un^ the chairmanship of Mrs. in ^'Wman. Mrs. Clara Lanju and Marx Feinberg. IMUNICH, Dec. 4 (PTA)—AU T?ns and firms in Bavaria who EL. Jew ish property for PS or safekeeping during the "i regime were ordered today "lister these assets before rtit,' w th the stata Commia"'or the Welfare of Ewe. MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS TRUMAN OPPOSES JEWISH STATE Miami Y to Hold Mid-Campaign Dinner for 450 Leaders Monday Warn Argentine of Fascism BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—The Argentine Government was warned this week that Nazi elements here are planning a conspiracy against the Jews of this country similar to the Reichstag fire. The warning was contained in a note submitted to the Minister of Interior by Emilio Troise, president of the Committee to Fight Anti-Semitism. The Minister was urged to take all measures possible for the suppression of anti-Jewish outbreaks and for the protection of the Jewish sections of the city. "Nazi elements," the note said, "are preparing themselves for a putsch in a manner similar to the Reichstag fire in Germany. The conspirators are planning to make Jews appear to be aggressors against the Catholic Church and the followers of Gen. Peron." All this will be done to furnish a pretext for an invasion of the Jewish section by groups terming themselves nationalists, the memorandum pointed out -„ j. ep Y to Remain At Present Location Arrangements for the Miami Beach Y to remain at its present site, 1 Lincoln rd., for at least another year, were completed this week, according to Harry Zukernick, president, and George Bertman, chairman of the building committee. Pursuant to the announcement, a report of new activities was issued by Jack Marash, executive director. The first of a series of weekly roller skating parties for youngsters and adults will be held Tuesday evening. 7:30 p. m., on the outdoor athletic field. Alfiough a limited supply of skates are available at a nominal rental fee, participants are asked to bring their own skates, Marash said. Arts and crafts classes for juniors, six to 13 years old. are being held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4 p. m. Youth and adult classes meet Tuesdays at 7-30 p. m. and Thursdays at 8 p. m. Work is done on leather, wood, metal, raffia and plastic articles under the direction of Miss Reva Romer. Miss Audrey Floyd has been enaaaed to teach dancing and calisthenics classes. Tap. acrobatic and ballet instructions for juniors are given Fridays at 4 p. m. and ballroom and rhumba classes for youths and adults are held 8.30 p. m. Thursdays. Women s and iirls' caltethentics groups meet St 7:30 p. m. Thursdays. Russia^ classes, taught by Mrs. Leo Birchansky, will meet.Thura^Mrs^n'ard Busnakwil.be in charge of a lM*fi be mada by calling 5-9319. HAIFA (JTA)-In the haUta the Hebrew Technical School LI where the HisUdruth. the p3W!w federation of M^wa? Four to Represent Federation at U J A Overseas needs and emergency relief will head the agenda of the United Jewish Appeal extraordinary national conference to be held in Atlantic City Dec. 15-17. Delegates representing the local Federation will be William D. Singer, chairman of the 1946 campaign; Max Oroviiz, president; Rabbi Max Shapiro, chairman of the budget committee; Monte Selig. past president, and Morris Klass, executive director. s -CAIRO (JTA) — The ArabLeague announced this week a boycott of all "Zionist" goods and said that its member states would be required to prevent the importation from Palestine of Jewish manufactures, while nonmember Arab nations would be urged to take such action. Making t h e announcement, Abdul Rahman Azzam Bey, secretary general o£ the League, said that the boycott was decided upon following complaints from various Arab states that their economy was being threatened by the industries established in Palestine with Jewish capital "donated to achieve political objectives." He pointed out that the "Arab countries are compelled to defend themselves by peaceful means in order to maintain Arab sovereignty in Palestine." CAIRO (JTA) — The Arab League and the newly formed Palestine Arab Higher Committee are split as to their attitude towards the Anglo-American inquiry commission on Palestine, it was learned here. The Committee favors boycotting the commission, while the League, from all accounts. it opposed to the statement of policy by Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin. but does not believe it advisable to ignore the commission. Queried as to what effect the boycott would have upon the 70,000 Arabs employed by Jewish businesses in Palestine, Azsam Bey replied: "The Zionists will be glad of an opportunity to make them emigrate. He stressed, at the same time, that Jewish enterprises in Arab countries outside of P?lef" h ve nothing to fear, adding that Oriental Jews are "our brothers and enjoy the same political rights as Arabs. NOTED WRITER DIES MOSCOW (JTA)-Ber prshanJgSr "Oktiabr," published in fifiS.. Still Supporting Admitting Jews Into Palestine Invitations have been issued to over 450 community leaders to attend the Miami YM & YWHA's capital funds campaign dinner 6:30 p. m. Monday at Lilley's restaurant, 829 Biscayne blvd. A speaker of national prominence has been scheduled to make the keynote address at the dinner, a mid-campaign feature of the Y's drive to raise $200,000 for new building. In a telegram sent Wednesday, Eleanor Roosevelt informed the campaign committee that she would be unable to attend the dinner as guest speaker. George Chertkof, campaign chairman, reported yesterday that plans have been completed for community solicitation. Over 60 Y workers will canvass some 1200 prospects in Miami to solicit funds for the new Y facilities. As soon as conditions permit, construction will begin on the buildings which have been blueprinted to include meeting rooms, an auditorium, fully equipped gymnasium, modern swimming pool, bowling alleys and other facilities for the Y's community center activities. At the dinner, the initial gifts division, headed by J. Gerald Lewis, will make its report. It is expected that a substantial sum will be announced by Chairman Lewis. Maurice Grossman, executive director, is supervising campaign details with headquarters of the drive established at the present site, 1567 S. W. Fifth st. Grossman returned from New York Tuesday morning after conferring with leaders of the national Jewish Welfare board with which the Y is affiliated. Leo Ackerman and Milton A. Friedman, chairman of the special gifts division, will present a report of activities to date at the dinner Monday. Mrs. Leon Kaplan is chairman of the arrangements committee and is assisted by Harry Schwartz, publicity chairman. The drive, opened Dec. 1, will be concluded Dec. 31. Seven to Attend S. E. Fund Meet Seven Miamians will be in Birmingham over the week end to attend the 11th annual conference of the southeastern region. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Stanley C. Myers, regional president, will conduct the sessions which will be held tomorrow night and Sunday. Mrs. Myers also will attend. Problems relating to care for the Jewish aged will be considered at an informal "Oneg Shabbat" preceding the official conference opening. Monte Seng will discuss the local situation. Also attending from Miami are Rabbi Saul Appelbaum. George Chertkof and Harry Boyell. Additional matters to be discussed are welfare fund budgeting, including the proposal for national advisory budgeting; the current overseas picture, and local organization of community relations programs to deal with problems of anti-Se mitism. NEW YORK (JTA)—Twentytwo member agencies of tne Council of Jewish federations and Welfare Funds have gone on record as opposing the national advkory budgeting plan which U tocoma up iorleckwi at the Central Assembly of At CounoU WASHINGTON. Dec. 4 (JTA) President Truman was reported today to oppose the establishment of Palestine as a Jewish state, because he does not feel that any government should be established on racial or religious lines. The views of the President were made public here by J. David Stern, publisher of the Philadelphia Record, following a visit to the White House. Stern has just returned from London as a member of a delegation sent by the American League for a Free Palestine. He emphasized that he had received permission from Truman to clarify the President's position on Palestine. President Truman made it clear, Stern announced, that he was still in favor of a free Palestine and of making Palestine a haven for Jews as well as opening the country to immigration, but he did not favor making Palestine a Jewish state. WASHINGTON (JTA)— President Truman is still interested "in making possible the entry into Palestine of a substantial number of the unfortunate Jews in Europe," he said in a letter, dated Nov. 13, acknowledging a meiuoiandum left with his secretary by a delegation of rabbis during last month's "March of Rabbis" to Washington. The letter was made public by Rabbi Baruch Korff, leader of the delegation, to whom it was addressed. As a true American, the President said he did not feel any government should be established on religious or racial lines. Stern continued, adding that the President felt that the government of Palestine should be a government of the people of Palestine irrespective of race, creed or color. Charles Ross, President Truman's press secretary, today announced that an a greement haa (CONTI NUED ON PAQK *} Rosenwald Sets Palestine Plan WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (JTA) Lessing J. Rosenwald, president of the American Council for Judaism, called on President Truman this morning and left with him a seven-point memorandum, as a basis "for a fair and peaceful settlement" of the Palestine problem. The seven points are: "1. A United Nations declaration that Palestine shall not be a Moslem, Christian or a Jewish state, but shall be a country in which people of all faiths can play their full and equal part. "2. All official declarations on Palestine in any way discriminating for or against a segment of the population shall be formally repudiated: in their place there shall be a renewed pledge of full freedom of religious expression and equality for all in Palestine. "3. Palestine, as a ward of the civilized world, shall receive financial help for the expansion of its economy and the enlargement of its immigration opportunities. "4. Immigration into Palestine shall be maintain on the basis of absorptive capacity and without privilege or diacrimination,"5. Immigration procedures shall be controlled by representative bodies of all the inhabitants' of P alesti ne, in aaaoola(OONTINUB* ON AI t> • ?:



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1945 90 Per Cent Urge National Home Reporting on the 48th annual Zionist convention held in Atlantic City, Judge Harold B. Soact ucting president of the Miami Beach Zionist district, told its luncheon group that two notes predominated at the convention: A note ol disappointment and a note of determination. The disappointment is occasioned by the reaffirmance by the British Labor government of the vicious policy of the White Paper and the determination is held by Jewish people everywhere to see that the White Paper policy is not carried <>ut. Due to illness. Dr. Louis Lytion has asked to be relieved of his duties as president of the Miami Beach Zionilt district for several months. Judge Spaet. a vice president of the organixation, was named acting president. Quoting the retiring president of the Zionist Organization of America. Dr. Israel Goldstein, in his address to the convention, Spaet .-aid: "So far as the Jews of Palestine are concerned, they have measured the situation in the light of all the risks and they are resolved at all cost, not to permit the White Paper policy to be earned out. They are strong enough to do it. He further reported to the group that a survey by the Elmo Roper organization showed that 90 per cent of the Jewish population of the United States having an opinion on the subject favored the establishment of a Jewish national home in Palestine, in accordance with the aim of Zionists everywhere. This fact, the most outstanding one of the conBPW To Commemorate Founder's Birthday di? con ] mcmor ation of the birthnf y HH" en [ R tta Sl i ld f "ndcr or Hadassah, members of the Business and Professional WomKi!, VIS,0n W i h ? ,d a can . "Me. ..I'm staying in the Army! THERE ARE PLENTY OF REASONS ... AND HERE THEY ARE I I "First, I keep my present grade. That means a lot. 0 "By reenlisting for 3 years I can pick my own branch of service in the Air, Ground or Service Forces, and can go to any overseas theater I wish. 0 "I get my mustering-out pay, %  even though I'm reenlistins. Also, I get $50 a year reenlistnit-nt bonus for each year I've been in the Army. My dependents receive family allowances for the full term of my enlistment. And I'll l' eligible for GI Bill of Rights benefits when I get out of the Army. 4 "My food, clothes, quarters, medical and dental care are all supplied to me. And I can learn any of 200 skills or trades in the Army schools. 5 "All of us who are reenlisting are going to have from 30 to 90 days' furlough at home with full pay and our travel paid both ways. And we'll have 30 days' furlough every year with pay. ***************** 6 "Any time after 20 years I can retire at half pay increasing year by year to three-quarters retirement pay after 30 years of service. And the time I've already served in active military or naval service counts toward my retirement time. Added up—reenlistmint seems pretty sound to me!" JANUARY 31,1946 AN IMPORTANT DAT! FOI MIN IN TNI AIMY MfN new In Army who rsanllal b.fora February 1 will be res i l' lilted In prsiant grade. Man honorably discharged can reenllat within 30 days after discharge In grade held at lima of dlechorga, provided they raanllst before February I, 1946. You may enlist AT ANY TIM! for IVii 2 ar S year period a. (One-year enlistments far man now In the Army with at least 6 months ef service.) PAY PER MONTHENLISTED MEN In Addition It Feed, Loe>t, Clothes end Medical Car* (e)-PIue 20% Increase for Service Oversees. (b)-Plus 50% if Member of Flying Crews, Parachutist, etc. (c) —Plus 5% Increase in Pay for Each 3 Years of Service. ******************************** SEE THE JOB THROUGH HICNUST NOW *T YOU* MA*I$J m ^ ~ sajaa u. f. ARMY UOtUniNO STATION U. Se #-kRAVIT 228 p 0 BU iL D i N G "GUARDIAN OP VICTORY" MIAMI, FLA. AIR, GROUND. SERVICE -ONCCS KEEPING PACE WITH MIAMI'S PROGRESS A NEW y BUILDING With Ample FacUities for All Our Needs SUPPQBT THE CAPITAL FUNDS CAMPAIGN DEC. 141 i. %  MIAMI 'T' 1567 S. W. 5TH STREET. PHONE 34012 3 Starling Sasa Pay MTIMMDIT INCOMI AfTMi | i For Master Sergeent "**** or First Sergeant #138.00 20 Years' JO Yaare" Service Service J89.70 J155.25 Technical Sergeant 114.00 74.10 128.25 Staff Sergeant 96.00 62.40 108.00 Sergeant .... 78.00 50.70 87.75 Corporal .... 66.00 42.90 74.25 Private First Class 54.00 35.10 60.75 Private .... 50.00 32.50 55.25 •• I 'I. %  „ m BPSoQH **SK^Ti ~2& t *s~*~2.'&s£-*igt-!i*' £*^2*



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DECEMBER 7. 1945 PFDERATION IN ACTION STHEMEOFCONTEST awaiting the THP crizes are • of an amateur camera ,n n lnched Dec. 1 by the T& c-rnrniitee ot the Pub Miami Jewish FederaJS'tSSl Mrs. Martha Myers, chairman. With Federation in Action as .i.theme, contestants will find 'mole ma'Vrial by observing the SSrftiS of the numerous agenaC I Vn foe Dade county area who Tre he -cipients of funds confuted bv the Miami Jewish Smun.tv through its FederaTamera contest judges are Mor. rnttlirb H. W. Hannau and 1 C B tn. War bonds and !C prize* will go to the first ten fand I" 1 "' winners whose picfure" art judged most meritorious based no only on their photoSic quality, but also on their fXnre in terms of depicting StSSoM of'the Jewish-sup Srted agencies functioning in the Miami area. Tw c agencies are Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'rith, Burea of J c w i s h Education. heater Miami Army Navy com^ttee Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Hillel Foundation of n of Miami, Jewish Home for the Aged Jewish Social Service bureau National Council of Jewish Women YM & WHA of Miami Beach YM & YWHA of Miami. Miami Beach Service league and Miami Service league. The Camera Contest committee headed by George J. Talianoff,' has announced the following rules: 1. The contest is open to all amateur photographers. 2. Contestant may submit as manv punts as desired. 3. The most desired size in pictures is 5 ins. x 7 ins. but all sue prints will be accepted provided they are no less than zyi V* inches. 4. Prints become the property of Federation and all contestants names will appeas with the pictures that are published. 5. Pictures must be glossy prints 8. The contest begun Dec. 1, 1945, will terminate March 1. 1946, with outstanding contest pictures to appear in subsequent issues of the Federation News. +J(wl st fork/tor GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY rmmnw !" „ = %  <== Of The Jewish Welfare B oard^ %  ""feP'S ^ GreatW Mitnni '•*"* Federation Help Us KM P a Record of Our Men in Service SERVICE PARADE! Pfc. Sidney Pepper, son of Mr and Mrs. A. Pepper, is back in West Palm Beach with his wife and three children after being released from the Marine corps. In his two years with the Marines, Pfc. Pepper served a year overseas, including Guam. Lt. (sg) Arnold Rubin, just back from the Pacific, is on annual leave at his home. 410 W. 45th St.. and expects to remain here till December. Lt. Rubin has been in the Navy 44 months, 21 of which he has served overseas He has been in the Pacific and American theaters of operations. Lt. Rubin will return to practicing law alter his release from the Navy which he hopes will be within the next few months. Sgt. Murray Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller, 918 S. W. Fourth st., returned to Miami this week following his discharge at Camp Blanding Friday. In the Army 33 months. Sgt. Miller spent eight months in the ETO with the 106th Infantry. He was captured by the Germans and was in a prisoner of war camp for six months early this year. After visiting here for about a month, he will go to New York to see his grandmother, Mrs. Alta Miller, and then return to Southern Optomvtry college, Memphis, to complete his college training. Among his decorations, the former sergeant holds the Combat Infantryman's badge, the Purple Heart and the Good Conduct medal. Basic Health Class Meets At Y Weekly A basic health class to build strength and endurance through streamline exercise and play is held every Sunday morning for business men from 11 o'clock till noon at the Miami Y. A program of keeping fit by means of calisthenics, volleyball, badminton, medicine ball and handball has been instituted by Michael Rand, athletic director. Additional classes on week nights will be formed to meet the needs of this business men's group, Rand promises. The classes are open to men aged 20 to 65. Classes tor women will also be formed in the near future. Candidates for the Y's basketball team will meet on the athletic field Sunday at 10 a. m. for tryouts. Rabbi Receives Gifts On 14th Anniversary A brief case and a picture of his wife and children were presented to Rabbi Max Shapiro Friday night at special services in pbsi i vance of his 14th year with Beth David Congregation. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, general chairman of the affair, made the presentation. Tribute was paid the Rabbi by >uis Heiman and Dr. Jacob H. {"Plan, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical association, made the closing remarks. Members of the board of directors who hired Habbi Shapiro 14 years ago were introduced. Appieeiation for the congratulatory wires and flowers sent him n the occasion were expressed JWRabbi Shapiro this week. Seeks Information On Vets, Servicemen Records of local Jewish men and women who have been or are now in the armed forces are desired by the War Records committee of the ArmyNavy committee. In making the request, Leon Schulman, executive secretary, reports that many people who have been contacted by mail have been under the impression that the committee wants information concerning those now in service only. We want to obtain a complete picture of the local population's contribution to the war effort, Schulman said, and thus we need the story on men and women who have already been discharged as well as information on those still in the service. After receiving his honorable discharge, Flight Officer Kenneth M. Myerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Meyerson, has arrived at his home, 622 15th st. Meyerson held the double rating of bombardier-navigator and flew A-26's, which are twin-engine light bombers. A graduate of Miami Beach High school, Meyerson was a medical student at the University of Florida before entering the service. Cpl. Joel Diamond, son of Mrs. Essie Diamond, 711 S. W. 11th ave., has been discharged from the Army Air corps after three j fa 2 r7inTS C uct^r Ch he 1 'spent a r 8: '" the B'nai B'rith ritual the other parts of Europe. Cpl. Diamond plans to finish his studies this spring. He formerly attended the University of Florida. Lr. Aaron J. Gross, 505 W. 47th st., has been separated from the service at the Naval personnel separation center, Jacksonville, Fla. Capt. Sydney Shepard, 1676 James ave., has been placed on inactive status at the Miami Beach separation base. Pvt. Edward T. Newman has been classified as a medical technician at Sheppard Field. Tex., and wiU be attached to the Medical corps on detached duty when he completes his basic training. His address is 3706th AAFBTC. Squadron S. Sheppard Field, Tex. illuminated to the accompaniment of a special prayer. The lights, in order, stand for LIGHT, JUSTICE, PEACE. TRUTH, BENEVOLENCE. BROTHERLY LOVE and HARMONY, the latter three being the three virtues which make up B'nai B'rith's motto. After 15 months in the Pacific, Major Harold Rand returned to the States Monday. Before entering the medical corps, Major Rand practiced medicine in Miami for several years and was active in the Y and other civic groups. After visiting his sister, Mrs. Mildred Resenberg, in California, he will join his wife in Englewood, N. J. Recently arrived in Miami for 45 day temporary duty is Capt. Sanders G. Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer G. Cohen, 1314 S. W. 10th st. A navigator with the Air Transport command, Capt. Cohen has served in three theaters of operation. After completing his training at Coral Gables, he delivered planes with the ferry command and was stationed in Africa for a year. From Africa, he made periodic trips to Rome, Naples, Paris and other points in Europe. He also visited Tel Aviv. Capt. Cohen has been in the Army for almost four years. PAGE FIFTEEN CAUNDAR OF BVEHTS — Friday, December 7, 1945 Both Jacob late Friday Night Service and lecture, S:30 p. m. Saturday, December 8 Hook Review. Spinoza Forum. 124 11th St.. Miami lltaih, 3 p. in. Sunday, December 9 National Children's Cardiac Homo Membership Tea, 8: p. in. Beta Pavld SlnUrhood Chanukah Card' Parly, s ml p. m. Monday, December 10 Federation Budget Committee. 8:00 p. ra. Federation Office. Jewish Consumptive It.-lief Society, 8:00 p. m. Beach Y. I*. T. A. Card Party, 8:00 p. m. Central Beach Elementary School. Tuesday, December 11 Iteth Jacob Sisterhood Meetins*, 8:00 p. m. National Home for Jewish Childron Social Tea and Card Party. Afternoon. Town Hall lecture Fortim Series, 8:1S p. m. Miami Sr. High School. Robert St. John, Speaker Lecture. Splooca Forum, 8 PL m. Wednesday, December 12 National Children's Cardiac Homo, Hoard Meeting, 10:311 a. m. Regular Meeting, 1:30 p. in. Beth Jacob Adult Institute. 8:00 p, m. Miami Beach Post No. H30. J.W.V. Regular Meeting. 8:00 p. m. Beach Y. Good Food Quick Service ANDY GUGEL'S RESTAURANT Specialising in Steaks, Chops. Fried Chicken, Home Cooked Meals and Tasty Sandwiches. 456 W. FLAGLER ST. MIAMI PHONE 2-9259 SEASONS GREETINGS CARL'S SERVICE 3301 N. W. 17th Avenue GENERAL REPAIRS IN YOUR HOME WINDOWS, SCREENS. FIREPLACES, ETC f Phone 9-3572 East Coast Fisheriesjnc. WEST FLAGLER STREET-AT THE BRIDGE i|J EXTENDS TO ALL JEWRY BIST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CKANUKA SEASON'S GREETINGS GRIFFIN MOTORS USED CARS BOUGHT and SOLD Terms 950 W. Flagler Street PHONE 3-0235 CHANUKA GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Patrons and Friends DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N. 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PAGE SK +Jewish fhrldkM FRIDAY. DECEMBER Byfiyjjiy toffigp Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 _____ Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 19S0. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3, 18.9 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 TEVETH 3, 5706 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 49 Miami 18, Florida, Friday, December 7, 1945 BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 Digest of the mall received at Jewlah Florldlan poet office box. NEW LEASE ON LIFE A new lease on life has been given the Miami Permission to remain at 1 Lincoln rd. for another year has been obtained through the diligent work of George Bertman. Through his efforts, together with other interested Y members, arrangements were made to use the facilities of the Greater Miami Army-Navy committee, located on the property. These facilities, the Servicemen's Snack bar, the Cabana club and a portion of the Beach frontage, have been leased to private interests. Generosity of Harry Sirkin, owner of the property, who has continuously demonstrated his charitable and community interests, made available continued use of practically all of the grounds and building the Y now uses. This assurance enables the Y to continue to provide its functioning program of center activities as well as to enlarge its agenda. Renewal of the lease also will give the board of directors time to face and work out the problem of securing permanent guarters. Nevertheless, with property values so high on the Beach and building conditions prohibitive, it will be extremely hard for Y leaders to solve the problem during the coming year. With this in mind, we urge the Y to reorganize its directorate now in order to consolidate its leadership into a group of enthusiastic Y workers who will accept the responsibility of preserving the future of the organization. In order to clarify the position of the Miami Beach Y, a change to a more definitive name would also be wise. The future of the Y movement for Miami Beach by whatever name it may be known, depends upon the resourcefulness of those few who, with keen vision, have realized its importance. THE PALESTINE SITUATION As one looks at the situation in Palestine, the Jew seemingly has little to comfort him. The British have an immense army eguipped with colossal machinery of warfare, from tanks to rockets and machine guns. More than 2,000 vehicles and 15,000 troops invaded the all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv last week. Dr. Silver, who is now in Palestine, assured the Yishuv that the five million American Jews stand behind them. Can the Jews of Palestine expect any real help from American Jewry? Certainly, it cannot be denied that if this were the year of the presidential election in America, the British Government would not be acting as it does. The British Government would then have to heed the point of view of the American Government and the American Government, in turn, would be very delicately reckoning with the wishes of American Jewish voters. American Jews have a power if they elect to exert it. American Jews, of course, do not relish the idea of entering the Palestine issue into politics, but the past few years have perhaps changed their point of view in this respect. The world of isolationism is dead. As the late Mr. Willkie pointed out, this is "One World" now. A national conference on Palestine, dedicated to resisting illegal British edicts restricting Jewish land purchase, summoned tor January by JNF President Judge Morris Rothenberg Dean Alfange, chairman, American Christian Palestine committee of Greater New York, wires Truman that his withdrawal of support from Wagner-Taft-Walsh resolution on Palestine is "in violation of your personal pledge and that B^jt Y of vour party" Dr. Emanuel Deucn i. |i.„_... ., m Neumann named acting president of ZOA during absence of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver who is in Palestine to attend sessions of World Zionist Executive and Jewish Agency ZOA, Hadassah. Mizrachi. Poale Zion send joint wire to Truman protesting brutalities by British troops against undefended Jewish settlements in Palestine $3,000,000 to be allocated by National Labor Committee for Palestine to co-operative and cultural activities of Histadrut Junior Hadassah pledges "to fight, work and build" through personal participation in pioneering venture in Palestine American Jewish conference opposes joint Anglo American inquiry committee on grounds that Bevin "prejudged and prejudiced" committee's findings in advance ... 15 Nobel prize scholars to be honored at Palestine medical school dinner in N. Y. Shipments of relief supplies to Jewish communities in Europe sent by United Jewish Refugee Agencies of Canada Need of Europe's surviving Jews and cost of carrying out effective program of relief and reconstruction to highlight 31st annual meeting of JDC this week end in N. Y. More than 100,000 refugees inturned in Switzerland during war. Dr. Charles Bruggman, Swiss ^minister, reports to ORT American Jewish committee calls on U. S. to take action against recurrent attacks on Jews in Argentina National Refugee service makes loans to help refugees start new business enterprises ... 100 Jewish refugees arrive in N. Y. from Sweden to join relatives in US... Supreme court of Ontario rules discriminatory clause in land sale covenants illegal Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi league fights Rankin-opposed legislation to regulate radio commentators. Eleanor Roosevelt to receive honorary degree with 17 others at Hebrew Union college 70th anniversary observance tomorrow. Jewish Theological Seminary receives gift for establishment of Stroock Publication fund to publish works of Jewish scholarship and research USO serves one billion persons since organization in 1941 Yeshiva Isaac Elchanan becomes first Jewish university in America. TRUMAN OPPOSES JEWISH STATE (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1) ROSENWALD SETS PALESTINE PLAN ARGENTINE MINISTER SEEKS INFORMATION been reached between the United States and Britain on the number of persons to be appointed to the joint Anglo-American inquiry commission on Palestine. Refusing to reveal the number agreed upon, he stated that the announcement of the personnel was being delayed because it took time to get the best possible people to agree to serve. Following the announcement last week by President Truman that he no longer supports the Wagner-Taft resolution on Palestine, Sen. Wagner requested the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to postpone action on it until this Monday. The resolution, which asks for free immigration of Jews to Palestine and for the establishment there by Jews of a free and democratic commonwealth, is now in the hands of a sub-committee. In asking for postponement of action, Sen. Wagner told the committee that he wants to confer with members of the sub-committee. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) tion with properly instituted international commissions. "6. Institutions of home rule for Palestine shall be progressively and rapidly instituted under the aegis of an international commission. "7. The problem of the displaced Jews in Europe shall be treated separately, in the following way: (a) The above policy on Palestine shall be made known to them; (b) On basis of such knowledge, a poll shall be taken in which the displaced persons would list, in order of preference, the lands of their choice for their individual resettlement; (c) Based upon these findings, an international displaced persons committee shall, with the cooperation of the United Nations, bring about the resettlement of the displaced on a basis corresponding as nearly as possible to their preferences, with countries of the United Nations cooperating to take in a fair number of the displaced. Action by the United States Government to make available unused and current imBUENOS AIRES, Dec. 4 (JTA) Minister of the Interior Gen. Felipe Urdapilleta today asked Dr. Emilio Troise, president of the Committee to Fight AntiSemitism, to submit detailed information in connection with his memorandum to the government warning that Nazi elements are plotting an anti-Jewish conspiracy in Argentina. MR. BIGGOTT URMJWITZ. I. BHINKUY, K.S. MJOPMX J.J. BYRNtl.RX Msg StHCttSOH.M SSSSfiK SB&Sft* 1*l.l* HITCHCOCK,* (AMllKV-A to.T7MAM.lA. fA*.T.H. HOVT. O.Y ftMtOtD.Al. HYDf ,H I F1NNC6AN.IU FltCHTK IAUCC0NL A, *_... Sfifira MAMiaiM JOHNSON V* JONiS •• JUNS.Ail KAW.W.B KHlW.PV KU1066,R*V ttllV, PM KlSKI.Nf KlElN.MP KNOX. L t. KOVACZW. KU&OVIC.SS. t*46iA N0c IAMB pp UZARuspj l .lX LEV| N. H.i "*'S..B lH0*H UXAfOOO, UiCtANO.V lYONS.O* IMMSJU MKMNU.(I MttMU 1 HANWI MARCONI MAWH.T MATTHIV M'COPD M'6Et.M rVHAHOl rVNUVJY. MtRRlfT JJttftHI M00&. 'BerkowitZ/FabriziOfGinsberg, Kelly-disgraceful!" TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE Mudiu Confidential .By PHINEAS J. BIRON. migrant quotas, and the necessary consular and visa machinery f o i the immigration of displaced persons of all faiths, would set a high moral example to the rest of the world of our determination to contribute to the solution of world problems and would, in fact, bring about the rapid solution of the refugee problem." Dr. Cnaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, was also received today by President Truman. He was accompanied by British Ambassador Lord Halifax. Before the conclusion of the conference. Secretary of State Byrnes also joined in the talks. Upon leaving the White House, Dr. Weizmann told newspaper men that he would have something to say for publication on Friday or Saturday at the conclusion of his visit to Washington REPORTAGE „ Defense organizations should investigate the consistent reports that Montreal, Canada, is once more the scene of violent antiSemitic incidents Newspapers don't pay any attention to these occurrences, but recent happenings are revolting symptoms of rampant a n t i-S e m i t is m Among other things, synagogues have been vandalized Which reminds us that David Fried, of New York, has sent in the following apt quotation: "After the war the center of anti-Semitism will shift from the European continent to North and South America" This prediction was penned by Prof. Salo Baron of Columbia university And we don't like the slant of the article "Rich 'Refugees'—18 Karat Headaches," in the Nov. 27 issue of Look magazine ... It is untimely The editorial box above the article reads: 'Refugees' is quoted in the title of this article because the few emigres cited here are smearing thousands of honest refugees who have fought for the U. S., paid taxes, contributed richly to our culture" But even this box will not undo the bad effect which the article will have on the average reader THIS AND THAT More power to the ChronicleStar of Pascagoula, Miss. ... It blasts Senator Bilbo in realistic political language that will do his re-election hopes no good The poster "These Immortal Chaplains," available through the Institute for Aemrican Democracy. New York, should be placarded all over the country Prof. Albert Einstein, whose home near Berlin was confiscated by the Nazis and later became the home of a prominent Gauleiter, received a huge case from Berlin the other day ... An accompanying letter informed him that the Russian commander of the occupied zone in which Einstein's home is situated was very happy to return to him the books which were found intact in the scientist's home When the professor opened the case he found in it a most complete collection of Nazi literature Einstein's own books had been burned, and replaced by Nazi propaganda volumes ZIONIST NEWS Harry S. Kruger. chairman of Baltimore's Shaarei Zion congregation, calls our attention to Rabbi Israel Tabak's letter on "The Palestine Issue" published last month on the editorial page of the Baltimore Sun ... It is the best answer yet published to Rabbi Lazaron's interpretation of Zionism The saga of the Palestine workers' theatre Ohel is a true epic This year Ohel celebrates its twentieth anniversary ... An American tour by Ohel would do more to help the cause of Jewish Palestine than thousands of speeches by professional propagandists "British Labor and Zionism" is a splendid, very enlightening little booklet issued by the American Jewish Trade Union Committee for Palestine ... In case you're interested, the organization's address, is 245 Fifth ave., New York city READER'S GUIDE South Africa's most original Yiddish fiction writer is Rachmiel Feldman, who, incidentally, is a very propserous tobacco dealer Louis Rittenberg is doing a swell job of editing "Liberal Judaism" ... The October, 1945, issue is a pip Believe it or not, the best-selling non-fiction book is "Atomic Energy, W Henry DeWolf Smyth TO publishers are expecting W Hurok's autobiography, "Impressario," to become a best seller, the more so since Hollywood a already working on the Him version INTERESTING PEDIGREE... Who is Mr. Aaron W. Davis. president of Temple Israel oi New Rochelle. who !" }ffJ. Foundation for the benefit of Me rabbis occupying the pulpit that congregation Weta the dope directly from he pen Dr. Stephen S. Wise, trho Wig us: "Aaron W. Davis tears"* full name of Aaron **9£ ... He is the grandson o' m father and my %  •PM££ wls one of the founders and mg generous supporters o fine Synagogue of New Yort Davis has the name of his KJ-j, father, Aaron Wise • wjje & D beaSTproud^e^ ABOUT PEOPLE ... we The most traveled1 MOW know is Cpl. Joe Golk*j 29-year-old Monrea' J redl Lithuanian descent, ne^ & European countries ^ at i 0 cj war. and accumulated^ g for bravery on tne ided for bravery on • VoU-*" 1 Belgian battlefrents ^ ,. twice he has now re'u c£2wrd is rtB/Br cal culture school %  c '] g ned a genthau, Jr., has sign e( radio com; mentator on a %  autho ... Dr. Robert ^'^"ycholoKf' and lecturer on P ^ subjects, who conduce g 'program "W h en, H ^ Home" dealing •££ \ the of returning war "^ son of Dr. Samuel p „ rabbi of New YorKs Emanu-El



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I FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1945 ZJelstrhrldltan B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By DAVE ISEN SPIVAKOSKY TO PLAY MENDELSSOHN PIECE PAGE ELEVEN The final war bond rally was fr.. the Blackstone hotel and h lan c >.b on Sunday night and %  $ th0 finest affairs in B'nai ffritShstorv was the result The thenfriends enjoyed a fun-provoking vaudeville show, dancing ZA an auction, that left nothing rhi desired. The result of the uction was the sale of $163,525 ST Victory bonds. Congratulations A i pallot, Sam Shapiro. Dina Goldman and their committees for an excellent job! Puesdav night an overflow rrowd. many of whom were unable to find seats, came to attend the Mian i Beach lodge meeting at the Y. Those members who were fortunate enough to get to the meeting heard one of the finest talks ever delivered to this commun.tv by Mrs I M• Weinstein, who reviewed Rabbi Milton Steinberg's excellent book, "A Partisan Guide to the Jewish Problem." If B'nai B'rith continues to give its members this kind of stimulating entertainment it will have to find much larger quarters in which to hold meetings in order to accommodate the people who will attend these functions. The second half of the meeting was devoted to the all-important subject of election of officers for the com inn year, and the following slate was elected: George J. Bertman, president; Walter Kovner. firs* vice president; Harry Zukernick, second vice president; David Isen, third vice president. Jack Buiris, recording secretary; Sol Goldstrom, treasurer; Daniel Broad, financial secretary; Harold Turk, Monitor; A. L. perper, assistant monlUr; Gerry Glatt, warden; Hw.% S. Gifcert, guardian l Sam Shapiro, Paul Weitzman, Jake Felt, three-year trustees; Paul Green, Irving Frankel and Jack August, two-year trustees; Harry Coinblum; Enanuel Goldstrich nnd Harry Magid;-oe-year trustees. Let us hope that the new officers will be blessed with the wisdom to oven aurpass the fin* deeds that B'nai B'rith baa accomplished thus. far. While the ballot* w^re being Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington AT*, at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flarler St. Miami for R?ST CONVALESCEMCI mjQmctmcOJM un-Ray Park e Q IthResort counted, a motion was passed that the Beach lodge and Sholem lodge of Miami should have a joint installation affair and that committees be appointed with power to act and prepare the time and place for the installation proceedings. We can all look forward to this affair within the next 30 days. It has been suggested that we remind you again that all members of Sholom lodge who live on the Beach and plan to demit to the Beach lodge should do so before the next meeting so that they can become charter members and be so inscribed in the charter of the new lodge. OBITUARIES COHEN Charlos Cohen, 61, of 334 X. W. Second ave., died last Thursday In a hospital. A native or Rumania, naturalized at Key Weal in 1904, he came to Miami 12 years ago. He was B men's clothing salesman, Survivors Include two brothers, lsadore and Jack, of Chicago. Service* were h, id Friday 111 Riverside Memorial chapel. Burial was In Mt. Slnal cemetery. KAMFNER Samuel Kamfner, ~i, of SU Euclid ave., Miami Beach, died last Thuraday In a Miami hospital. A resident here for 1J years, he waa formerly of Chicago. He leaves his Wife. Mrs. Pauline Kamfner, a son, aud two daughters in Chicago. The body wan sent to Chicago by Riverside Memorial chapel for final rites. BOTT Harry Norman Bott. 60, of 1132 Kuclid ave., Miami Beach, died in Rochester. N. Y.. last Tuesday, follow. Inga heart attack. A retired movie theater operator, he left Miami a few days before his death to vlalt in New York. A cousin of Mitchell Wolfson, of the Wometco theaters, he formerly operated a theater chain n central Florida. Surviving era the wife, Mrs. Btwi Bott. e* Miami Beach'; a son, Harry N. Bott, Jr.. a dam-liter. Marcia Lee B"U. the mother, Mr*. Ulna Bott, all of Miami Beach; two brothers, Ruldn :md Jack, both of Naaeau. and (our sisters. Including Mrs. Aaron ghevln, of Miami Beaoh. Services wen held In Gordon Funeral chapel, burial In OraoeUma park; NATHAN I...uls Nathan. 36, resident of Miami since 1923. died November 26 in Tucson. Aria, where he had ..one for his health. Nathan, who came here from CldiaaKo, wan In the real estate business. He leave. Ma wife, Mrs. Mary Nathan, and two eone. Alfred M, Jacksonville, and Raymond S.. Miami. The body waa ent here for final rite.s. COOPERSMITH Mrs. Fannie Coopersmith, 65, of 1224 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, died in a hospital Monday after a brief Illness an.l .irtbndox services were conducted in the I'almer Funeral home chapel by ltabbl Moss* Meecheloff. assisted by Cantor Ramchea. Graveside services Ht Woodlawn Park cemetery were by Rabbi Irving Lehrnian and Order pastern Star. Mrs. Coopersmith, who came here 10 years ago from New York cliv, leavoa liar husband H> man Coppersmith, 'our sons *" l ,"" ol < :' ijc-lfywood. Cat: Joseph of l'Helc. M J.; Jack of Miami Beach, and Dr. Albert Coopersmith, U. S. Army hnglneerTcorps: five daughters theiMtoM Diana, lUrma an.l Cecilia Coopersmith. Mrs. Bertha Merttwortand Mrs. Lillian Oottesman, all.of Ml Beach; and a slater, Mrs. Claia btahl. of Tassalc, N. X WOHU Ignat* Wohl, 79. of 1334 Euclid ave. Mia nit Beach, died *"> • hospital He came here 19 > ears ago #om Low Wand. N. Y A retired buildar, he was a member of the ui.,.,1 u-ach Jewish Center and cha^Mtl. .„ -.'' %  SUSEL T^stsSS^sk B ROHAN § PAINT AND HARDWARE STORI Dealers in Pratt & Lambert. PdJnta & V !" **" FuU Line of HARDWAHB. ^•chanted Tool* Garden and Electrical Suppli** MORRIS ROKNSKY. Owner Tossy Spivakosky, younfi Russian violinist, has chosen the Mendelssohn violin concerto as. his solo piece for the University of Miami symphony orchestra concert at Miami Senior High school Sunday afternoon. The performance will be repeated Monday evening. Spivakosky is now on his first conceit tour in America. He has played several Carnegie Hall recitals and has appeared with the New York Philharmonic. his wife, Mrs. Bather Buael of Miami Beach, and two sone, both of Baltl* more, U i. The body has been sent by Riverside Memorial chapel to Baltimore for ftervlces and burial. DRAMA TO PORTRAY LIFE OF WEIZMAN A new series of weekly radio broadcasts, describing a moving chapter in world history—the restoration of a homeless people to its home—takes place Sunday VE&3P at 9:15 P' m n Station WKAT. The story of Chaim Weizman will be portrayed this week. The new program is called "The Drama of Palestine." On the air every Sunday at the same time, it is a group of radio dramatizations, depicting the true life stories of Jews, rescued from the jaws of Nazi hell to start living again in Palestine. Many of the sketches deal with the pioneers who helped build Palestine and defended it during World War II. The new series is planned and coordinated by Harry Torczyner, who was with the radio division of the Office of War Information up to V-J Day. The script writers are Alfred Palca, who has written such prominent shows as "This Is the Army" and "The Treasury Hour," in collaboration with Lawrence Menkin of "Mr. District Attorney" and "We. the People." Ado d' Allessandro. also of the Office of War Information, is the director of the show. "The Drama of Palestine" is a sequel to "Palestine Speaks," broadcast over 155 stations in United States and Canada last year. BUY A VICTORY BOND ROSEN Mrs. J!o;e Rosen, winter resident of Miami for the past 20 years, died last Friday In New York after a long Illness. Services were held In New York Sunday. The widow of the late Barnett Rosen. Infants' wear manufacturer. Mrs. Rosen is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Bertha Halperu. Miami Beach: and Mrs. Lena Halpern, Mrs. Bam Analander and Mrs. Kmanuel Hollander, Miami. A HAPPY CHANUKA L C. Bar & Package Store 600 Fifth Street PHONE 5-5121 Learn to Drive—Modern War Army and Navy Instructors Agency for Drivers Licenses And Auto Tags FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 6th Ave., M. Beh., Ph. 6-5062 CAN'T YOU. SLEEP? LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name of STRAND BEAUTY SHOP at 3025 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HILDA KRONER Applicant MYERS AND HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HONRST MIKE'S BAR AND BILLIARDS at 276 W. Flagler St. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FLAGLER BILLIARDS, INC. DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROOSEVELT HOTEL at 1255 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALMAR HOLDING CO.. INC. Bv: MORRIS ROTH, President. Attest: ALBERT ROTH. Secretary. MYERS & HEIMAN. Attorneys for Applicants. 11/30 12/7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FRED'S at 1116 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DAVID PRED RERA PRED ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney 1010 Blscayne Bldg. 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALICES LUNCHEONETTE, at 141 West Flagler Street, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Ceunty. Florida. ALICE CUTLIP HARRY DIETZ, Attorney 1105 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 CLEAR-1'IX PHOTO SERVICE, at 38 N. W. 29th St.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARnT STEINBERG HARRY PIETZ, Attorney for Applicant. 11/30 12/7-14-21-28 # NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AZTEC CONSTRUCTION AND REALTY CO., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRANK A. WISE CHARLES F. CONE NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN Attorney for Applicants 430 Uncoln Road 11/9-11 -23-30 12/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAJESTIC PLASTIC COMPANY (Not Inc.) at Postal Building. Miami. Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ARTHUR RUBIN. Sole Owner. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROYAL PALM HOTEL, at 1548 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 12/7-14-21 ^.-le* v. — ^ %  W HEN the etreii ef modern living fc-eta -on your nerves | mod tedative ean do a lot te, faajea nervooe tension, to make Joa taore comfortable, to permit] jastful sleep. t Next time a oay'i' Vork and Worry or a nlghfe wakefulnesss, SaSeyouIrStmble, Beetle-, er Swfr-ffol you Narrona HeadDr. Mlw Nervine p^Oi JMfemaeeat Table*), -Dr. Mil*. Narrme b"a tW STOv7BiiadlrecU .„ DAVID ROTmrNRBRG (Sdle Owner) MARX FEINBERG. Attorney 11/9-16-23-30 12/7 .; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flcMUon. name of PARU LABORATORIES, at 3618 N. E 2nd Avenue. Miami. Fla.. Intends """• %  OL L ALEXANDER^ MAX R. SILVER. / Attorney for Applciant. 12/7-li-ii-a 1/5 NOTICE IS HEREBY CfTVEJK that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltioue name of LEADER KOSHER MEAT MARKET, at 1335 Washington Ave.KUml Beach, Florldn, IntenOato MBieter said name with the cSfc of the Circuit Court of I**,^'^^ NATALIE MWEIN8TEIN, Attorney for Applicant. 11/30 l2/r-14-*l-38 4 NOTICE^ IS HEREBY GIVE#t that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctitlou. name of TRBPTE REALTY CO., Intend iwtsteT aald name with the.Clerk .. the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MURRAT KASTO#F WALTER A. TRBSTTE liys-v-M-M W> I • -V


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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1945 ^Jewish fhrHlan IttedclinqA Engagement*, PAGE THREE Mr and Mrs. Ed Richman of Brooklme. Mass.. are visiting Mrs Richman s parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldstein. 136 Washington ave^ Mrs. Richman, the former Sally R. Goldstein, was married in Brookline in JulyShe was graduated from Miami Beach high school and attended the Walsh Business school. Mr. Richman was recently discharged from the Army after serving four years as a private first-class. He was stationed in Africa and Italy for two years. Also visiting with the Goldsteins is their niece, Miss Leona Bell At home at 1330 Pennsylvania ave., are Mr. and Mrs. William Linet who were married Nov. 18 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Both were residents of Newark, N. J. Mrs. Linet is the former Shirley Polte Living in Tampa where the bridegroom is stationed at Drew Field, Lt. and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein were married Nov. 11 at the Versailles hotel. Mrs. Goldstein is the former Miriam Brownstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brownstein, 645 West ave., Miami Beach. Lt. Goldstein is from Salem, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hochhauser of Rankin, Pittsburgh, Pa, announce the marriage of their daughter, Geraldine, to Rabbi Ernest E. Greenfield of Los Angeles. Rabbi Greenfield is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield of New York. The ceremony took place on Oct. 28 in Los Angeles. A recent wedding was that of Miss Jean Perse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Perse, 4444 Nautilus dr., and Don Lipman. They were married by Rabbi Leon Kronish ... A trip to Havana followed the wedding of Miss Sally Doris Mantell and Lt. Daniel D. Raylesburg, USA, which took place in Baltimore, Md. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John Mantell, Mantell Plaza hotel, Miami Beach. Lt. Raylesberg, of New York, is now stationed at Coral Gables as classification officer of the AAF Regional and Convalescent hospital BUDNERS ANNOUNCE RECENT WEDDING No change of name came with the marriage of Miss Dorothy Budner, daughter of Hyman Budner, 142 N. W. 10th ave., when she was married at a recent ceremony at Beth David with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Miss Budner became the bride of Murray Budner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Budner, 4812 Pine Tree dr. Mrs. Blanche Morgenrath of Washington, D. C. was matron of honor; Miss Irene Budner, the bride's sister, was maid of honor, and Miss Natalie Ginensky of New York was bridesmaid and soloist. Best man was Martin Genet. Saul Genet and M. Budner were ushers. A family dinner followed at the Tides hotel. The couple will live at 142 N. W. 10th ave. Miss Kanter Engaged To Israel Weisman PUNS FOR UJ. A. PARLEY | HENRY MARTINIQUE Henry Martinique, 62, of 1311 S. W. 13th ct., died in a hospital last Tuesday. A retired insurance executive, he came to Miami four years ago from New York city. Surviving are the wife, Mrs. Ida Martinique, and two daughters. Palmer Funeral home has sent the body to New York. SAM JULIUS Sam Julius, 77, of Chicago, died at his home, 1419 Meridian ave., last Tuesday. He came here two months ago from Chicago. Surviving are the wife, Mrs. Pepie Julius and four daughters. Riverside Memorial chapel has sent the body to Chicago for final rites and burial. Honoring their son and future daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weisman were hosts at a dinner Sunday at their home. 450 S. W. 18th ter. The engagement of their son, Israel, to Miss Joan Kanter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kanter, 249 Collins ave., was announced at the dinner. The wedding will take place, early in February. A graduate of Miami Beach high school. Miss Kanter is a junior at the University of Miami, studying business administration. Mr. Weisman attended schools in New York and was discharged from the Army in October after serving 28 months in the Aleutians as a p rivate. Simultaneous Action In Palestine and Europe LONDON (JTA)—A suggestion that the Anglo-American inquiry commission, when formed, should be divided into two sections working simultaneously in Europe and Palestine, is made by the Manchester Guardian, leading liberal newspaper. FREE TERMITE INSPECTION WE NOW HAVE ALL NEW EQUff*^ THROUGHOUT. AND ARE BACK TO OUR WGH PJ&WAR STANDARD ON TERMITE CONTROL WORK. ECONOMY EXTERMINATING COMPANY OUR MIAMI BEACH TELEPHONE NUMBERS HAVE BEEN CHANGED TO 5-3444 5-3445 5-3446 41st Street and Prairie Ave.. Miami jjeach GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER TRULY NOLEN. fee*** Ph •"** Edmund I. Kauf mann of Washington, D. ( .. noted American Jewiah leader, ha* assumed the chairmanship of the committee in charge of the plans for the extraordinary National Conference of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine, which will be held in Atlantic City during three days, beginning Saturday evening, December 15th. The first conference ever to be held in the history of the United Jewish Appeal, the national meeting, will be called upon to study the 1946 needs of the Jews of Europe and Palestine and to devise a' course of action to enable American Jews to meet their responsibilities in the coming year. Leading representatives of the surviving Jews in European lands and delegates from the Jewish homeland in Palestine have been summoned to Atlantic City to give first hand reports on the critiral Jewish position ai>d help American Jews reach decisions of far-reaching import for the future of the Jewish people. ACT AMERICAN! BE AMERICAN! BUY VICTORY BONDS! 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PAGE TWO vJewlstncrkUan FRIDAY, DECEMB ER 7. 1 945 LEHRMANS ENTERTAIN SUNDAY AFTERNOON Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman will hold their annual reception for the entire community Sunday afternoon from 2 to 6 o'clock at their home, 1140 Alton rd. Members of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center and other friends of the Lehrmans have been invited to attend the affair. No written invitations have been issued. Guests will also honor Rabbi and Mrs. I. H. Goldfarb, parents of Mrs. Lehrman, here visiting with their children. Officers of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will preside at the punch bowl and guest book. MpeatenQ CHILDREN'S PROJECTS TO BE DISPLAYED A carnival of items that have been made by children at the Cardiac home will be on display and for sale at the annual membership tea to be given by the National Children's Cardiac home Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock at the Home, 4250 W. Flagler st. Mrs. Charles M a r e n t h a 1 is chairman of the membership committee. Refreshments will be provided by Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, E resident, in honor of her father's irthday. and Mrs. Clementine %  Kemp, in honor of her mother's birthday. Next meeting of the D a d e j chapter will be held Wednesday, at 1:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach | Y. It will be preceded by a; board meeting at the Y at 10:30 ; a. m. Jr. Hadassah Starts Monthly Brunches First of a series of monthly brunches will be held by the Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah Sunday morning from 10:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Murray's Cocktail lounge. 922 Lincoln rd. The program will be a candlelight celebration in honor of the silver anniversary of Hadassah. A convention report will be given by Natalie Frankel. president, and Gene Bushell, vice Eiresident, who attended the parey in New York last week. "Charlotte Abrams is chairman of this affair. The social committee, of which Beverly Raphael is head, will act as hostesses. Plans are being made for a carnival, the unit's first fundraising affair, which will be held Dec. 23. A board meeting of the group will be held at the home of Mrs. Alex Van Straaten. senior sponsor, 8 p.m. Thursday at 1220 Ocean dr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle left Wednesday to visit their son, Lt. Julian Weinkle, who is stationed with the Navy in California Mrs. Myron Newman has been in Chicago visiting her aunt, who is ill Mrs. Meyer Klugman and her son, Abie Klugman, returned to Savannah Wednesday after spending a week as the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman. Mrs. Klugman is the mother of Mrs. Charles Adelman Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Darsky have returned from the North to their home at 4101 Collins ave. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weinberg of New York city arrived last week end to spend the winter at their home, 3005 Flamingo dr. Miss Ellen Ravitz arrived home from New York this week with her niece, Marilyn Loeb, who will spend the season with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Sam Ravitz, 925 Lenox ave. Miss Loeb is the daughter of Anton Loeb, the artist. Her mother is the former Frances Ravitz Mrs. Julia Sokolow of Detroit, Mich., has been visiting her brother, Felix Rosenthal, 715 Euclid ave. Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer returned last week after spending nine weeks visiting in New York, Baltimore, Chicago and Indiana Mrs Edward Goldberg is back from a four months visit in the North ... Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Zweig and son. Butch, of Cleveland are stopping at the Netherlands hotel Mr. and Mrs. Harry Antonoff, of North Bergen, N. J., are spend ing their winter vacation at the Beach. The Antonoffs are the uncle and aunt of A P. Gannes. Mr. and Mrs. Gannes are en| tertaining Mrs. Gannes' bro| ther, Lt. William I. Jacobson, who is on terminal leave after four years in the Army. Lt. Jacobson has served in five major campaigns in the European and African theaters Mr. and Mrs. B H. Silverman, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. S C Levenson. are stopping at the Bancroft. The Silvermans are from Louisville, Ky. • Miss Mona Rubin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A J. Rubin, 400 Collins ave., is expected to arrive home around Dec 18 from the University of Alabama, where she is a senior, majoring in sociology and psychology • %  Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Tobin will celebrate their 22nd anniversary Sunday On Dec. 19 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harris will mark their 25th wedding anniversary THE BABY PARADE Arlene Leslie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Greenstein, 1311 N. W. 52nd St., was born in Jackson Memorial hospital Nov. 25 Sandra Lee Hertz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice M. Levy. 3539 N. W. First st., born Nov. 15 Richard Jeff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Francis Lehman, 615 N. E. 22nd st., Nov. 15 Joan Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lederman, 251 S. W. 11th St., Nov. 17 Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the recent brisim of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Greenwald, Mr and Mrs. Henry Barenblatt, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Elliott, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Stepner, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fogel and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Felson THE OFFICE FORCE ... New faces are appearing in the offices around town. Helen Shapiro has been appointed publicity director of the Federation Florence Friedman is new secretary at Temple Beth Sholom and Allene Gitter has joined the staff of the Jewish Social Service bureau Mrs. Jennie Stamm is working at the Miami Y office during the building campaign Children's Group To Mark 6th Anniversary Sixth a n n i v e r s a r y of the Greater Miami chapter. National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will be observed Tuesday at 1 p. m. at the Blackstone hotel, 800 Washington ave. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, guest speaker, win discuss current events. The musical portion of the program will be provided by Witold and Jan Turkiewicz who will play piano and violin selections. Mrs. Irving Miller, president, who will cut the birthday cake, promises a surprise for new members. Mrs. Sam Leschel. chairman of the anniversary affair, will be assisted by the following hostesses: Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mrs. Benjamin Hertz, Mrs. Harry Kaufman, Mrs. Marion Ross. Mrs. Myron Newman and Mrs. Miller. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Herman Wronker, and Mrs. Gisela Newlander. Two Chanuka Parties Set For Sunday Chanuka parties have been scheduled by two organizations for Sunday. For the benefit of the Arbeiter Ring Jewish Shulas, a Chanuka party will be given by the Workmen's Circle Branch. 692. Women's club Sunday at 2 p. m. at the Branch's Lyceum, 25 Washington ave. Games and refreshments will highlight the afternoon. Proceeds from the party will be used for the two Shulas, one at the Lyceum and one at the Miami Y. Friends and members have been invited. Beth David Sisterhood will hold its annual Latke and Card party Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Door prizes will be awarded and Chanuka delicacies will be served. Tickets may be obtained at the door or by calling the chairmen, Mrs. Louis Hartz and Mrs. Harry Gordon, at 2-7135. HADASSAH TO MEET PLAN BENEFIT DANCE • A dramatic presentation honor ing Miss Henrietta Szold fcZT" of Hadassah. will be eivoJ"fe Mrs.I.MWeinstein.at?h V e e ?eg b u y lar monthly meetine of H,J. 1:30 p. rn. y Monday R a f t£ a fc h Beach Jewish Community &' The program will follow r a brief business meeting conducted by Mrs. Abraham Goodman president and a political forum with audience participation K rected by Mrs. Max Dobrin A social hour with refresh ments will conclude the after noon's program. The Miami chapter i s m akjn plans for its Hadassah Medical organization dinner dance Jan 6 at the Copacabana club. R eS er yations at $12.50 per person, mav be made with Mrs. Harry Rubin (6-2367), Mrs. George Chertkof (3-7223) or Mrs. Harry Platoff (5-0163). Mrs. Rubin and Mrs Chertkof are co-chairmen of the affair which is given annually for the benefit of the Rothschild Hadassah Memorial hospital in Palestine for research and public health programs. DR. HERBERT W. HAGELGANS announces hit return from service and opening of his office for the practice of dentistry .it 715-17 Sey. bold Bldg. Call 2-6369 for appoint. mont. TO SHARE Refined Jewish girl desires same between ages of 22-25 to share bedroom in private home. Call after 6 o'clock week days, all day Sunday. 1534 N. W. 6th Street. EASY METHOD AUTODRIVING INSTRUCTION DUAL-CONTROLLED CARS "BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY" 2920 Douglas Road Phone 4-3628 Patent l'l-ndlnK Night Patrol Service Let Us Protect Your Home or Business While You Sleep! Bonded and Licensed Take Care of Your Property PHONE 78-2906 mi Protective Patrol Service 537 N. W. 24TH ST. 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w \ ft PACE FOUR +Jewish Her Mian VeAtoynaMy, fyiedtirig. ABOUT TOWN Mrs. Joseph Rose was confined to her home, 1400 Lenox ave., this week after injuring her foot Saturday Dr. Leopold Marcus is recuperating at Jackson Memorial hospital Also on the sick list there are Mrs. Elbe Hinkus and Mrs. Irving Ghen Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff were hosts to 75 children and their parents Sunday afternoon at a Chanuka party. The guests were classmates and friends of the Mescheloff's children, Ephraim, Renah and David. Also present were Mrs. Davidoff, Ephraim's first grade teacher, and Mrs. Greiner, Renah 's third grade teacher Miss Carolyn Saffer was one of a number of junior hostesses who received engraved silver bracelets as special awards for their services at the Servicemen's Pier which closed this week Lt. Theodore B. Hankoff, USN, was reunited with his wife, the former Sally Kimmel, and their eight-month-old son, Mark James, last week. Lt. Hankoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Hankoff, 4416 Nautilus dr., saw his son for the first time upon his arrival last week from service in the Pacific. He participated in the Marshall Islands, Gilbert Islands, Ie Jima and Okinawa invasions and campaigns. His month's leave here will end Dec. 17 Marx M. Feinberg will sing the baritone part of "Wagner'' in all four performances of the Miami Opera Guild's production of "Faust," scheduled for January. This is Feinberg's first year and first solo part with the Guild. He was baritone with the University of Florida Glee club for four years Mrs. Marvi Neumann, executive secretary of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors, has been elected to membership on the board of directors of the Secretaries' Council of the Nation Association of Real Estate Boards. Mrs. Neumann attended a meeting of the council last week m French Lick Springs, Ind. Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, 5414 Pine Tree dr., is Miami Beach chairman of the Victory Clothing Collection to be held in January. Her appointment was made by Henry J. Kaiser, national chairman of the United National Clothing Collection, Inc. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers has been elected to the executive committee of the Dade county chapter, American Red Cross Sidney Meyer has been chosen to serve on the trustees' executive committee of the Jackson Memorial hospital Leo Ackerman and Joseph M. Lipton are newly elected division leaders of the Community Chest campaign WITH THE CLUBS Two hundred fifty people attended the Chanuka latke party and concert given by the Nai tional Workers Alliance and | the Pioneer Women's Organization Sunday at the Beach Y. David Freedman was chairman and Rabbi Leon Kronish, guest speaker. Guest artist was Cantor Abraham Friedman The Beach club of the PWO will hold a National Fund <|ifair Dec 18 at the Beach Y Senior Judea announces the opening of the Trumpadore chapter for boys and girls from 15 to 18 years. Athletics, arts and crafts, dramatics, interfaith and religious affairs are on the agenda and persons interested in joining may phone 5-7569 Royal Palm chapter, AZA, will select its sweetheart tomorrow night at its dance at the MacFadden-Deauville hotel Candidates are the Misses Gloria Lichenstein, Sally Horn and Illene Schaeffer Mrs. Louis Glasser was hostess to a membership committee meeting of the M. B. Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged Monday N. y. Rabbi to Speak at Center Tonisht Rabbi Israel Goldfarb, father-in-law of Rabbi Irving Lehrman, will be guest speaker at the late Friday evening service tonight at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. He will discuss •'From Prison to Throne." Rabbi Goldfarb was recently honored at a city-wide celebration marking his 40th year as spiritual leader of Congregation Baith Israel Anshe Ernes, oldest congregation in Brooklyn. Composer of Hebrew synagogue melodies and Jewish secular songs, he is the author of "Friday Evening LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engage in businefw uml.-r tli.• WE1TZMAN, Attorneys < %  '< Applicants, I::" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida 11 SO IS 7-1 l-:i-L'> EXPERT AUDITING AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE For Businesses Not Requiriifi Full-Time Bookkeeper Systems Installed and Changed Taxes. Financial Statements Write or Phone • A. FUENFER 116 Second St.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-9462 Melodies," "The Jewish Songster," "Song and Praise for Sabbath Eve." "Synagogue Melodies" and others. At present, he is working on a Sabbath morning service for choir and cantor. Considered the founder of the modern "congregational singing" movement, Rabbi Goldfarb served as instructor in synagogue music at the Jewish Theological Seminary for over 20 years. He is past president of the New York Board of Jewish Ministers, a citywide organization of reform, conservative and orthodox rabbis. CHANUKAH GREETINGS KASSIfTS LINEN SHOP 657 LINCOLN ROAD 104 E. FLAGLER STREET Morris-Abe-Leon-Raymond PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK No Job Too Large or Toe Small Estimates Cheerfully Given • PHONE 3-6924 • Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court Lobby Floor duPont Bldg., Miami 205 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach TOWN LODGE ELECT OFFICER S, CO UNCIL Election of officers of B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge will be held 8 p. m. Tuesday at Beth David, Harold Turk, president, announces. E. Albert Pallot has been nominated Tor the presidency. .... Besides electing a slate of officers, Sholem members will select three of their group to represent the lodge on the Hillel Advisory council. Burnett Roth, Max Silver and Sam Silver of the nominating committee will make recommendations for these positions. Further nominations for officers and representatives will be accepted from the floor. Besides the three Sholem representatives, the council will be composed of three representatives from the Beach lodge, two from the Women's group and nine from the community-at-large. Beach representatives will be selected at a meeting Dec. 18 and the Women will select their council members at an early meeting. The nine community representatives are to be chosen by the Executive committee of Federation. CARNIVAL-GOERS VIE FOR NYLONS. SCOTCH By H. A. Binder Carnival spirit prevailed at Kaplan hall, Temple Israel, at the Chanuka Jamboree Monday night. "Fatima" danced, "Zambina" predicted your future, the wheels of fortune took your quarters and several barkers were almost crushed by females attempting to win nylons and the male contingent endeavoring to garner bottles of bourbon and Scotch. Results. monetary-wis, were excellent—totalling almost $1,000. 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FHIDAY. DECEMBER 7. 194$ JewhMcri(Jlar PAGE THIRTEEN : WWW i VICTORY BOND DIGEST Why should I buy Bonds now that the War is over? A good question with many answers. Buy them for the sake of our boys ... the millions still in uniform ... the hundreds of thousands on the way home. To help bind the wounds of the suffering. To help them start life anew. The shooting has stopped, but it's not all over yet.. not till the last man is back can we on the home front consider our obligations met. Obligations we owe to every man who served in the cause of Liberty. It's a costly undertaking, a responsibility we must not neglect. That's why our Goveminent needs Eleven Billion Dollars invested m Victory Bonds. Could there be a better reason. Remember? How can we ever forget? Disaster and death came out of the clear blue sky to strike like a thunderbolt! Never again will America be so totally unprepared... never again will America let her guard down. We're going to make sure it won't happen again by backing our words with action. Action that will make Post-war America strong. That means a solid economy ... without inflation. That means giving the boys who did the fighting a break backing up the G. I. Bill of Rights. The best way to do it... Buy Victory Bonds. The best time ... right now ... December 7th ... a DARK day in America's oast, a great day to reaffirm your faith in America's future. This Message Made Possible Through the Generosity of the Folding i nis message ^ wc n^un wrmrnr STEVENS MARKETS BELFORD PRODUCE AND TRUCKING CO. N. W. 23rd Sireai and 13th Avenue MRS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS PAWLEY 3190 Pin* Trea Driva THE MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK 16S1 Alton Road GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS Wholeeale Liquors 309 N. W. 9th Avenue MARGARET NEWMAN & NEWMAN & WINTER MFG. CO Women'i Apparel RAINBOW GARDENS FLORIST 840 N. E. 79th Street RUSSIAN BEAR RESTAURANT 929 Lincoln Hoaa SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Drive SOUTH SEAS HOTEL 1751 Collins Avenue EAST COAST FISHERIES 360 West Flagler Street PRANK STRAW ELECTRICAL "CONTRACTORS 1236 N. E. 2nd Avenua KOCH & VRA<^ BODY BUILDERS 2263 NW. First Avenue STEVENS MARKETS 2001 N. W. 62nd St. MORRIS BBOTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 Washington Avenue CAMPBELL HOMES 233 N. W. 29th Street EL BOLERO CLUB-BAR 3161 Coral Way PETER MILLER HOTEL 1900 Collins Avenue CHARLES HOTEL 1475 Collins Avenue R. E. LEMBO TAILORING 600 Lincoln Road Firms and Individuals: KUBBY HOUSE BESTAURANTS 106 N. Miami Avenue 261 E. Flagler Street THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. 610 American Bank Bldg. W. A. GLASS 37 N. W. Second Avenue GREEN'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION 1065 Washington Avenue LEVI PLUMBING COMPANY 2253 N. W. First Avenue TAMIAMI UPHOLSTERY CO. 2465 S. W. 8th Street Phone 48-1721 %  M I • .'toViWfc



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Je*lstncrldlar FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, Hillel Promotes Jewish Ideals For American College Students Workers for the $35,000 Hillel building fund drive have been meeting this week with Carl Weinkle. Sam Blank and Monte Selig, campaign leaders, to set up a campaign list in preparation for their dinner Dec. 27. Hillel members on the University of Miami campus will also participate in the campaign, Rabbi Albert Michels, director of the local Foundation, reports. Officers of the Hillel Advisory council, which supervises the Foundation, are Harold Turk, president; Benjamin Meyers, vice president; Mrs. Harry Gordon, secretary, and Sam B. Miller, treasurer. Nationally, Hillel Foundations are sponsored by B'nai B'rith to bring a more adequate knowledge of their heritage to Jewish college students. The units are supervised by trained professional directors who cooperate with representative student leaders. This fall inaugurated the 23rd year of service by the Foundations. First unit of Hillel named for the sage of the first century B.C.E., was organized in 1923 on the University of Illinois campus. Recently, a group organized at the University of Havana joined 118 units throughout North America. "A Foundation neither separates nor segregates the Jewish student," Hillel leaders declare. "It is not meant as a substitute for university life or for extracurricular activity. It is planned as a supplement ... it becomes the authorized spokesman for Jewish tradition and is better able to interpret it than individual students who have neither the background nor the maturity." An integrated cultural, religious and social program is carried on by Hillel. Every Foundation sponsors a Seder. Purim usually brings carnivals. Friday night services and observance of other holidays are held. Every Hillel sponsors classes and discussion groups on Jewish history and literature, ethics, contemporary Jewish problems, book reviews of Jewish interest, social institutions, the Bible, Jewish philosophy, etc. Hebrew classes are offered. Several Hillel units have introduced highly specialized honor courses for students who show characteristics of leadership. Lecture courses and forums are presented for Jewish and non-Jewish students alike. Hillel directors have been able to create better inter-faith relations. Perhaps the most extensive development of the good will program has taken place at Hunter college in New York. Through the initiative of B'nai B'rith, arrangements were made for the purchase of the New York home of the late President Roosevelt. Named for his mother, the Sara Delano Roosevelt Memorial house now serves as an inter-faith meeting center. Inter-faith fellowship awards in memory of outstanding personalities have been established on many campuses, one of the most recently being the Wendell Willkie fellowship at Indiana university. During the war, a considerable part of the Hillel program was devoted to the service of trainees stationed at American colleges and universities. Religious, cultural and social activities were designed for both military and civilian students. THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945, J. T. A.) B'nai B'rith was the first Jewish organization in the United States to use the seven-branched Menorah as its official emblem. THANKS —TO YOUR KIND PATRONAGE —and faith in us and our prescription work, which has now outgrown its space. In order to be able to give you and your sick ones better and quicker service, we are branching out with the exclusive— HELEN and MAX ROSENBAUM MODERN PHARMACY 555 41st St., Miami Beach The Prescription Center 405 LINCOLN ROAD, AT WASHINGTON AVENUE AIR-CONDITIONED. SPACIOUS -EVERYTHING FOR THE SICK ^IIIIWIIUIIIIWHMIIinillM ITOUBY 1 PAINTING ICO. 3 5CCO! LlCCMSEb AHp/ffSUR£DC0MrRACT0RS | 669 N.W.6^ JtVeefc. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA IIIIMIIIIBIIIIHIIIIBIIIIHIIIIWIIIHIHIB (Editor's Note: Readers of this paper are invited to send any questions they may have on Jewish religion, customs, traditions, etc., to Rabbi Fox, who will answer them promptly. He may be addressed care of this paper, or the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, 106 East 41st st., New York 17, NY) QUESTION: Why is the surname "Segal" usually indicative of a person belonging to the Levite tribe, i.e. a Levi? ANSWER: It is claimed that even before the Jews adopted the use of surnames, those stemming from the Levite tribe would affix the Hebrew contraction pronounced Segal or Sagal. This stood for the expression "Segun Lacohen" which meant "Second to the Priest" or "assistant priest." Since the Levite was second to the priest in the temple it is easy to understand that he should affix unto himself this title. Others find the expression to be an abbreviation of the phrase 'The ultimate redemption shall be for the Levites" (Sof Geulah Lalevyim). When the use of surnames was finally universally adopted, many of the Levites merely used this expression as the surname. Others used their tribal name as a surname, i.e. Levi and in this sense the name Levy usually signifies, that the individual stems from Hie Levite tribe. QUESTION: Why does the name "Katz" usually signify that the person stems from the Priestly family? ANSWER: As was the case with the name "Segal," many believe that the priests originally affixed the expressional abbreviation "Katz" wnkh stands for the phrase "the righteous priest" (Kohen-Zedeck) even before they used any surnames. When surnames were ^universally adopted they merely used this title for the surname. Others used their direct family title and hence the name "Cohen'' usually signifies that the individual bearing that name is of the priestly family. It should be pointed ou^ however, that there are exceptions to these generally existent conditions which will probably become more numerous as time goes on. QUESTION: Why is it customary to visit the cemetery in case of the critical illness or grave danger of a friend or relative? ANSWER: Many have attempted to connect this custom with pagan superstitions which insist upon learning the future from the dead. This is furthest from the fact, however, as is evident from the Biblical injunction which prohibits any magical phenomenon in regard to the dead. There is, however, the strong belief in Judaism of the Immortality of the human being, which stresses the fact that deceased relatives pass on to the next world, where the righteous seek mercy for the living. In the case of crucial illness or grave danger, it is advisable to seek the unity of the family and to unite the pleas and penitence of the living with the virtues of the righteous souls who have since passed on and are in a position to pray for the living without personal motives. Furthermore, there is no place like the cemetery to impress people of the futility of mankind without the protective mercy of the Creator. One who visits the cemetery on behalf of an ill one is thus convinced of man's dependency upon Ood and thus the prayers are offered in their true light. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1S89 N. W 7th St. Ph. J-7S01 Beat carefor chronic alck, convalescent and elderly peopi* SANEL BEER. M. O.. Director Reasonable Prtoaa a—larqa Beautiful Ground!.,.— ASSEMBLY ATTENDED BY 1.000 CHILDREN Over 1,000 students from five religious schools and the Cardiac Home attended the Chanuka assembly at the Capitol theatre on Sunday. Holders of the lucky numbers for the book awards were Stanley Saal and Leon Goldenblank. Beth David: Judy Krensky and Ronny Kurz, Temple Beth Sholom; Norton'Schwartz, Cardiac Home; Leonard Kessler, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation; Jonathan Braunstein, Temple .Israel, and Marcia Spitzer and Sigmund Levy, Miami Beach Jewish Center. Louis Heiman, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, made the presentations. The program consisted of choral selections by Beth David Young Judaea, Temple Beth Sholom choral group and the Center glee club. A picture and three cartoons were showed. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan spoke on the importance of Chanuka and of Jewish children meeting together. Norman Rossman, Jr., also spoke. Mrs. Harold Robin played the piano. Community singing was led by Cantors A. S. Friedman. Samuel Kelemer and Emanuel Barkan. Refreshments were served by members of the Sisterhoods of the five congregations represented. In charge of arrangements were Mrs. Edward Soule. Mrs. Alex Stubel, Mrs. Sylvia Kirschner, Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. Freda Newman, Mrs. Maurice N. Good, Mrs. Louis Safer, Mrs. Sam Miller and Mr. Stubblefield and Mr. Fink of Wometco theatres. Children of Temple Israel, under the supervision of Harold Ruby, were ushers. 40 Kennels Register At West Flagler Club With more than 40 kennels of the nation's greatest greyhounds registered at the West Flagler Kennel club, the first two weeks of the 80-night meeting proved that it would be a nip and tuck race right down to Derby Night of Feb. 20 for the honor of being the track's leading owner and trainer. The close matching of the stars in all divisions and at various distances by Racing Secretary Norval Allen and Presiding Judge H. M. Barton has seen the win honors pretty evenly divided. It finds the Ohlinger & Blair, Noah 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 SOU CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Monahan's Electric 804 S. W. 22nd Are. ELECTRICAL Appliance Repair*—Prompt Service Phon 4-0632 BUY A VICTORY BOND TRAVEL VIA PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER HAVANA MEXICO SO. AMERICA 1 FARR TOURS 1247 Washington AT*. Phone 58-1694 'Tarr Tours Are Far Better" & Cole, J. w. F'vsUu ~~ Ryan, H.K. Hutch n fc, J for the lead. LOmpLtln 8 closely tione?and%Srhtt C e r d V ndi West Flagler offcn ne ? J^"? of able rendezvous ," K ££&* %  even on inclement or do ? Dines, capacity crowds !" L e to erase STstate^ records fc^ sport. 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I". % % %  ._.. ,rnV jXgMB ER 7. 1945 Zionists Reelect Miami President Hym an Sootin was rejected j„nt of the Miami Zionist P**", a meeting in Beth nffauditorium last Thursday. S^v Gordon, first vice presi££ I S. Shapoff, second vicede '^nnt Ernest Sussman, re2flftK5 Nathan Adel2S corresponding secretary; m j Murray G. Cohen, treasurer, gfS'lhe slate of those ccied last week. Elected to the Executive comJtec were Jerome Weinkle, firman and Oscar Argintar, ffi Alexander, Dr S. Beers. Mont Baer, Joe Beck. George fhetkof. Sam Dickson. Ben gjT Abe Cannes Maurice rrnVsman. Louis Heiman, Eh SS.i--.ac Joffee, Leon KapEn Isidore Langner, Louis Leitawiti Isaac Levin, S. B. Miller. u arrv '"M-rkowitz, Max Mintzer, Louis Marguiles Max Orovitz Abe Pepper, Al Quadov^ Frank S e I Rosengarten, Fred K. Shochet. Harry Simonhoff. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Meyer Schwartz and Joe Zalis. An intensive campaign for +JewisfincridFian PAGE SEVEN Town Y To Nominate. Hear Book Review Annual nomination meeting of the Town Y will be held 8:30 p. m. Wednesday evening. Nominations for president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, three three-year board members and 27 one-year board members will be made in preparation for elections in January. Recommendations will be made by the nominating committee and nominations will also be accepted from the floor. William Singer is chairman of the committee which consists of Harry Gordon, Jack Apte, Hyland Rifas and Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Following the business meeting, Mrs. Kaplan will review Josephine Lawrence's "Let Us Consider One Another." This is the second in a series of four book reviews sponsored by the Y. IIIIH|IIII|| lllllilllllh %  Ml liiiiiil HI If iiliiii GREATER MIAMI HEBREW SPEAKERS REORGANIZE CIRCLE Histadruth L'Tarbuth Ivrith, Hebrew speaking circle, will meet Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the Miami Beach Y. Reorganized by the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Tarbuth, the circle already has about 20 members. Officers of the group are Joshua Stadlan, president; Mrs. David Freedman, recording secretary; A. P. Cannes, corresponding secretary; and A. Dorf. treasurer. All persons who speak Hebrew are invited to join. HOTEL VILLA HERMOSA HOLLYWOOD. FLA. Phone Hollywood 1045 Situated One Mile From CULFSTREAM RACE TRACK Golf—Bathing—Solarium All Rooms With Private Baths AMERICAN PLAN MODERATE RATES Direction—H. G. Yurdin e 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 •%  ,';• hFor a Real Tasty Hungarian Kosher Dinner — Go to the OCEAN VIEW HOTEL Kosher ira Restaurant 158 Ocean Drive — Miami Beach Fer Reservations Phone 5-9462 RELIEF SOCIETY TO INSTALL OFFICERS HARRY SOOTIN Zionist membership will be instituted lor the coming year. The importance of Jews writing to their congressmen and senators urging support of the WagnerTaft resolution was stressed by Rabbi Shapiro. A Jewish book exhibition was installed for the meeting through the efforts of Abe Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The meeting was concluded with the showing of a Palestinian movie. Newly elected officers of the Greater Miami Jewish Consumptives Relief society will be installed 3 p. m. Monday at the Miami Beach Y. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Officers of the recently formed organization are Mrs. Jack Levey, president; Mrs. Jules Jacobs, first vice president; Mrs. Maurice Cowans, second vice president; Mrs. Leonard Weisberg, counselor; Mrs. Alex Libow, recording secretary; Mrs. Louis Roscnthal. corresponding secretary: Mrs. Alex Scott, financial secretary; Mrs. Arthur Altshuler. treasurer; and Mrs. William Schwartz, Mrs. O. Weinberg and Mrs. Maurcy Poncher. trustees. 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PAGE TEN >Je*lst>ncr*ffati %  z INVITED TO TEH E A tea dance at the National hotel will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock by the Zionist Youth commission as part of its drive to form Masada groups and aid the Junior Hadassah membership campaign. Men and women of the ages of 18 to 25 are invited to attend the affair at which Rudy Baum and his sixpiece ensemble will provide the music. Members of Junior Hadassah and the Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah will be hostesses. Receiving at the door will be Toby Cooper, Hat tie Gordon and Hilda Schwartz. Other Junior Hadassah hostesses are Charlotte Abrams, Doris Albin, Gertrude Brown, Gene Bushell. Jacqueline Drosd, Harriet Hart, Roselyn Kivel, Evelyn Shorofsky, Beverly Raphael, Annette Mirchens. Also Lucille Yagoda, Celia Dobrin, Carole Tannen, Roselyn Perlish, Judy Saal, Selma Lewis. Jean Kutchnuck, Dorothy Sussman, Anita Sapperstein. Dorothy Edelson. Ida Singer, Selma Schatz, and Mildred Storch. Guests will be Shephard Broad. chairman of the Beach Zionist district board: S. A. Goodman, chairman of the Youth commission: Abraham Goodman, treasurer of the Zionist organization, and Mrs. Goodman. Miami Hadassah president: Natalie Frankel. Junior Hadassah president, and Frances Cooper, BPW president. Dr. S. G Schneider is chairman of Sunday's affair. Working with him are Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. Mrs. George Cohen, Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Milton Mannheimer, all members of the Youth comWest End Synagogue Honored by U.A.H.C. on 100th Anniversary A citation commending it for its historic participation in "the perpetuation and progress of Judaism in America" was presented to West End Synagogue of New York by Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the congregation. (Uft to right) Dr. Bernard J. Bamberger, rabbi of the West End Synagogue; Rabbi Eisendrath, and Harry M. Wessel, president of the congregation. WINS SCHOLARSHIP CLARKE TO APPEAR ON SPINOZA FORUM PIONEERS TO HEAR CONVENTION REPORT One of four scholarships has been awarded to Miss Soni Greenwald. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenwald. 610 S. W. 10th avc. Miss Greenwald has been studying with the New Dance group. La Marie, in New York for the past six months. The scholarships are awarded by the school to students of promise. Miss Greenwald expects to visit her parents during the Christmas holidays, after which she will return to New York to continue her studies. Mrs. Norman Jacobs will report on the Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine convention held in Clevenland recently at a joint meeting of the three local Pioneer groups at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Miami Beach Y. Mrs. Miriam Gingold, national representative for the organization, will be present for the first official meeting. Refreshments will be served. Dade Mayors Proclaim Victory Loan Week EMBARRASSING HAIR BANISHED FOREVER from lao*. arms and lgi SAFELY PAINLESSLY RAPIDLY %  •tkoW • %  m*i. laiM, N*v Frt Mviet. IRENE GOODMAN SM Uacola Rd. Phone S*V|M7 ^__ UNCOLH AKCADB GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava your roof repaired now; you will aava an a new roof latar "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5840 >r V ^mm^ Quality. Sood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Inc. 1725 N. W. 7 th Avenue Phone 2-8141 of Fifteen municipalities of Dade county have co-operated in issuing the following proclamation which sets aside Dec. 2-8 as Victory Loan Week, according to Horace F. Ordes, executive chairman of the Dade County War Finance committee: VICTORY LOAN PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, the t'nltixl State* Oovernmi-nt In now conducting a Victory Loan ca,rn]MMgii for th,imrpoee of selling r.ond*. ih |>ro-d of which will t> u* nobly don.t>y the memlK-rs of our ;inn.-d forces. It Is appropriate and rltrht that we all buy Victory ran bond NOW THEREFORE, we. the underslgned mayors of the municipalities of Dade county, do hereby proclaim the week of Dec. 2nd through the Sth, 1945, as "Victory Loan Week," and urgently recommend that all cltiaenn of r>adrounty buy Victory Loan honds. %  •<.,-( iallv "E" bonds, so this area's quota of 15.548,000 In "E" bonds may he attained '"id our government's war program be suci essfully carried on and finished PROri>\IMED this IH'th day November A 1>. 1945 T11K fITY OK MIAMI By (8gd) Teriine Palmer. .Ir Till: CITY r.F MIAMI l-.KAI'll By 'SL-.11 Herbert A. Frink. Mnvor THE CITY rvF crin.M. OABI.ES By (Sgd) Thomas 0. Mnves. Mayor THE CITY OF H1AT.EAH Fly (SRIII Carl Ault, Mayor THE VH.Uf.F; OF MIAMI SHORES By I Sid) I. M McCaffrey. Ma vor THE fTTV OF MIAMI SPRINGS By 'Sgd) Harry Miller, Ma vor THE CITY OF N MIAMI BEACH By I Sgd) H. H Lapham Ma vor THE TOWN OF NORTH MIAMI By (8gd) H. E. Beck, Ma vor THE CITV OF OPA LOCK A By (Sgd) W. R. Dale. Ma vor THE VILLAGE OP SCRFSIPE By (Sgd) E. Nflli Mathews, Mayor THE CITY OF BISTAVNE PARK By (Sgd) Prank L. McMillan. Mayor THE CITY OF SOUTH MIAMI By (Sgd) H. W. Vanderboegh, Mayor THE CITY OF EL PORTAL. By (Sgd) A W Moore, Mayor THE CITY OF HOMESTEAD By (Sgd) T. J. Harris. Mayor THE TOWN OF OJXJS (Unincorporated Village — Has no Mayor) Prof. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will be the guest speaker at the Spinoza Forum this Saturday afternoon. 3 p.m.. on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf son. 124 11th st., Miami Beach. Mr. Clarke will review the book, "Mr. Roosevelt." by Campton Mackenzy. Next Tuesday evening, 8 p.m., Charles H. Lee, author and lee-" turer, will start a course of lectures at the Spinoza Forum on "The World We Live In." The lectures will be followed by general discussion. Next Saturday, Dec. 15th. Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum will be the guest speaker at the Forum and will review the book, "A Partisans Guide to the Jewish Problem," by Milton Steinberg. BOARD TO MEET Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold a board meeting, 8 p.m., Tuesday at the synagogue's community building. A report on the Chanuka concert held Sunday will be given. Mrs. Jack Hirsch and Mrs. Louis Glasser were in charge of the affair at which the ushers were Malvina Weiss, Ruth Leiberman. Mrs. Melvin Tannen and Mrs. Libbie Fishbein. Debbs To Participate In Services Tonight Girls of the Debbs, B'nai B'rith organization, will participate in late Friday evening services tonight at Beth David. Mis. Miltoa A. Friedman, sponsor of the group, will make the introductions. Opening prayer will be given by Beverly August. Irene Jacobs will discuss the B'nai B'rith Youth program and Esther April will speak on "Women in Israel." The closing prayer will be read by Joy Alpert. DRINK PLENTY OF CTZripurc ^ Water DELIVERED TO TOUR fOME 5-GALLOK BOTTLE 70e CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES He Plus Bo'ile Cepotit PHONE 2 4128 CHEST DRIVE SHOWS 14 PER CENT GAIN Advance solicitation for the Community Chest campaign, which reaches its climax in January, continues to show increases In almost every instance. General Chairman Stanley C. Myers announced this week. The committee held its second meeting Wednesday and workers reported unusual response to the plea for larger gifts this year to meet the increased need of the 23 local agencies supported through the Chest. The increase is running about 14 per cent over last year and if maintained, will put the campaign over its goal of $810,971. Myers said organization was almost complete* and workers were preparing to put on one of the most thorough solicitations in Dade county history. Federation Organizes Office Workers J-*I*Miitltut w Re-Opns for 5th Year Need for workers was stressed at the orientation institute for office volunteers held at Federation office Tuesday. William D. Singer, chairman of the 1948 drive; Morris Klass, executive director, and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the publicity committee, stressed the importance of volunteer office workers and Mrs. Etta Levine, office manager, outlined the office program for the year's campaign. The office volunteers committee is headed by Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, general chairman: Mrs. Harry Oliphant, co-chairman for Miami, and Mrs. Stanley Frehling. co-chairman for Miami Beach. Seventy local, national and overseas agencies benefit from the Federation campaign which has been given the title of the Greater Miami United Jewish Appeal for 1946. An executive committee meeting will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Federation office. The word Menorah means candlestick in Hebrew. Originally, the Menorah was simply the source of illumination for the Temple in Jerusalem. The Menorah in the Temple was sevenbranched because it was forbidden to reproduce the sacred golden Menorah of the Temple for ritual or other purposes, the Hanukah Menorah is not sevenbranched. FRIDAY, DTCEMBra j m %  SP V.1VA. Land o'c L W di__ with the lem R_ give Bl it Sessions of the Beth T k Adult institute will nnp Jacol > nd," will be Bivon 0u r ednesday at 8 p. m un V^ h irection of Dr. Max A lit • the h guest speakers \^' le various phases of iK'",, 8 lems of Palestine. e prob Rabbi Moses Mescheloff m %  ye the second course weelcW :45 p.m. Entitled "O u ?rWi S -. will be a discussion o ments of Jewish culture with T change of language used*bft Jews in the last three muI g ia the •Ti v th L rd course, "Our Hearts" will be directed weekly at 9 in p m. by Cantor Louia D. Feder who will present a variety of er pressions of Jewish eitmti~T through folk music. motlons These courses, given tWn.v out the winter wefk^t !ft h Jacob community auditorium are offered free of charge /^•£ur" the t amiu ar hymn that is sung after the kindling of the Hanukah lfehfe is not a Jewish melody but an adaptation of an old German (oft song of the Middle Ages. This German tune has also been mil ized by Christians. Martin Luther having employed it f or his chorals. One of the poems in Lord Byron's "Hebrew Melodies' —"On Jordan's Banks'—was set to the music of "Maoz Tzur" by the great poet's friend, Isaac Nathan. MONAHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 S W. 8th Streat Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 SPECIALIZING IN NORTHEAST PROPERTIES J. 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PAGE TWELVE +JmlstincrMton IN THE MAIL BOX WE LIKE CRITICISM Gentlemen: I have been a subscriber of your paper for the past seven or eight years. Many of my friends in whose houses I should like to see a local Jewish paper, too. find many reasons for not having it. Let me illustrate one of them: Your paper is "boosting" certain rabbis by using bold-face headlines "SPIRITUAL LEADER." "PROMINENT RABBI"; or. when a rabbi returns from his vacation, one of them gets a write-up of 20 lines, while the other gets only three lines, and all they did was to take a vacation trip up North. In my opinion, such event does not merit more than three lines in any case. Or, as it happened on Nov. 2, when both your paper and the Miami Herald had Rabbi Max Shapiro's picture, as per clippings enclosed. While the Christian paper had a picture that looks as Rabbi Shapiro is now, the Florodian uses an old worn-out plate, which I have been seeing for the past seven or eight years. If you are not getting as many new subscribers as you would like to, or if you are losing some of the old ones, do not blame the Jewish population of Greater Miami, but do revise your policy toward the rabbis, which ought to be impartial. If you will take this letter in the spirit in which it is written. I may write you about other irritating things. Otherwise. I shall refrain from writing you again. Verv trulv vours. ABRAHAM F. BLOCH. 1443 West ave. ONLY SALVATION HUMANITARIAN To The Editor: The American Council for Judaism is not opposed to the emigration of Jews in Europe to Palestine. The Council is making every effort to assist the emigration of those of our faith who wish to go to Palestine or any other country where they may live securely and in contentment. It is this humanitarian purpose of the Council that prompted many of us to join that organization. HARRY BOYELL. utfL ^POe JojGUST BROS HYj Is tht Wif GENERAL PAINTING BY BE8T MECHANICS Fre* Estimates Given I. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-510S To The Editor: The anti-Semitism which I find daily growing worse all around me finds added expression in the words of Prof. Baron of Columbia university in his prediction "that after the war, the center of antiSemitism will shift from the European continent to North and South America"—such appearing in the "Monthly Summary in Race Relations" for May. 1945 (anti-Semitic section). This prediction is not too surprising when you consider there are practically no Jews left in Europe to concentrate upon—with the pitiful remainder only pleading to go to Palestine—so now on to the American Jews. Jacob Leschtinsky occupies an important place in the distinguished circle of Jewish intellectuals from Eastern Europe who have found refuge in the United States during the war. Mr. Leschtinsky s original thesis declared the European Jews to have absolutely no future in their old homes and Soviet Jewry to be completely lost. To these he has now added a third, the most amazing of all, namely that the American Jews, like European and Soviet Jews, are "lost" and have no economic or social future in the United States. Thus they must end as did the German Jews. In a long series of articles, Mr. Leschtinsky proved: 1) as far as the Jews are concerned, the United States does not differ from Poland, Rumania, Germany and other anti-Semitic countries. 2) America is the same "Galuth" for the Jews as in Europe. 3) The economic position of the Jews here is rotten to the core. 4) AntiSemitism in the United States is of the same dimension and calibre as in Europe and must lead to the same results. 5) American Jews are psychologically cowards und of a lower moral status than the Polish Jews because they did not fight anti-Semitism the way the Jews of Warsaw did. Mr. Leschtinsky's intention obviously is to show that the only salvation for the Jews all over the world lies in the establishment of a national home in Palestine. • Sincerely yours, NATHAN SELTZMAN. PS.—If I thought anti-Semitism was bad in Miami when I lived there. 1 had to come to New York to see what it was really like. BUY A VICTORY BOND BUY THEM ANYWHERE! NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Read — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343 DIXIE RECAPPING Ceitified Recapping with SEIBERLING materials. Quality construction and economy. Prompt service. Come In we'll tell you frankly if your tires should be recapped. And .we'll .repair %  mall cute and bruises before they do real damage. SEIBERLING Recap Material plua DIXIE workmanship will add many thousands of miles to your smooth tires. 5 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS ^Spawfcw 'SSStP PHONE 2-6133 Dixre TIRE co U 5EIBERLIN& TIRES • MIAMI I | ... St 5327 N Miorm Ave -1 353? N W I '• • MIAMI BtACH 18-10 Air • 945 Fifth Si Convenient term* can b arranged OVER TO VETS Awaiting word from several veterans' organizations, the Miami Beach Servicemen's Housing corporation is preparing to turn over its activities and shut up shop after 14 months of service during which it housed about 1,000 servicemen and their families. Leon Schulman, executive secretary, reported Tuesday that the American Legion, Jewish War Veterans and Veterans of Foreign Wars have been asked to take over the corporation's apartment leases. The purpose of the corporation was to house servicemen stationed here, Schulman said. The veterans groups are the logical organizations to continue this work for the benefit of returnees. "Here is an excellent opportunity for veterans to be housed at OPA ceiling rather than black market prices," he stated. If the corporation's offer is not accepted immediately, some 50 apartment leases made by the Housing group will revert to the landlords. Leases were made* at OPA prices by the corporation and sublet to GI's at lower rentals with the deficit absorbed by Federation and three national Jewish agencies. FISHING QUEEN TO BE CHOSEN The queen of the 11th annual Metropolitan Miami Fishing tournament, Jan. 13 through April 21, will be selected this week end, it has been announced by H. H. Hyman, general chairman of the major rod and reel angling competition since its inception. He said that the executive committee had approved the selection of the queen from several eligibles from Miami Beach in furtherance of their policy of rotating the queen honor between the two sponsoring cities of Miami and Miami Beach. The final selection will be made by Don McCarthy, tourney publicity chairman, his committee, and Dinty D. Dennis, tournament director. The Newspaper Guild of New York has given Ingrid Bergman a "Page One Award" for her screen work and activities on behalf of the war effort. LURK NOVELTY CO. 119 S. Miami Ave. PARTY HATS & NOISE MAKERS Souvenirs—Gift*—Novelties Special Consideration Given to Clubs Visit Our Showroom 119 S. Miami Ave. r\ t h C p 7WS.W.I2AAV.IMAMH LlH. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" 0TFICUL1V KfOSttT THE MAJORITY Of NWTNtM JWISII FWEMl HOIKS Injormatan Cladl, fumiUd on ftsqwir SEMH6 mm BEACH I MAIM Exclusively Jewish JOS. L PLUMMER MEftY. DBCBM-.. Jews in Sports By HASKELL COREN Bummy Davis is gone. The Brooklyn welterweight went out fighting to the last, throwing his left hook against the guns of four hoodlums in a tavern stickup. For once the odds were much too great and the Brownsville boy paid with his life. Davis wasn't a great fighter, perhaps not even a good one. The crowd loved to watch him. however, for Al could stop anybody with his wild left hook. Once stung into a wild fury Davis clubbed away with his wild lefts until either his opponent fell or Bummy was battered down. There was no halfway measure with the Brooklyn kid. His 1941 fight with Fritzie Zivic saw Bummy lose his head completely to flagrantly foul Zivic. When Referee Cavanaugh tried to restrain him Al shifted his attack and began to kick the official. For his amazing lack of respect Davis was set down for life by the N. Y. Boxing commission. After a hitch in the Army, Al was reinstated and led to the slaughter against none other than Fritzie Zivic. Fritz butchered Davis but refrained from knocking him out until toward the scheduled end of the fight. Al knew beforehand he was in for a beating but took it without a whimper. Despite occasional losses he was brought back repeatedly to fight in Madison Square Garden. The boy who started peddling knishes at the age of 13 wound up his boxing career with a quarter of a million dollars. Slated to box Morris Reif the latter part possible to shed weft"^' 1 k scheduled to l eav gl £ &| three days after Z for F lo3 the hoods stickL 8] frequented bv Ai P i het *vA just sold the saloon t he >^ ously and was rnerly^ the boxer. He tried IL (e car outside the saW r each the bandits when hiTllt^ wounded. mor W I6 ./,^ f tomorrow, game^basketbull schedule. C boysatYeshwa'hcZrare ^^W'M'H'.a task wift*,' Red Saracheck is back afterd years in the Pacific as rec&t! al director with the R^g Red has several veterans bfl last year's club. The game wl Fordham should be quite inb eating. With sports de-emph setting mat Fordham this rwa could develop into somethinsi among two Class B quintets h haps we shouldn't say Class The Yeshivah five once led Island U. for 12 minutes. Edward Arnold tells us the t, taph on a Hollywood cemete tombstone reads: "Here lies Atheist ... 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PAGE SIXTEEN Jmlsti IhrkMat) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1945 f "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 9) AROUND PALESTINE: It can now be revealed that President Truman, after reading the Harrison report on the plight of the displaced Jews in Europe, was so moved that he thought that Britain should immediately admit to Palestine not 100,000, but 200.000 Jews .He then wrote to Attlee asking for the admission of 100,000 Jews, in the sincere belief that his humanitarian appeal was removed from politics and would be readily granted ... He did not expect that Britain would use his appeal to further British policy in Palestine instead of helping the Jews for whom Truman intervened The extent to which the interest of Americans in the Palestine issue is growing can be gauged from the mail received by a New York radio station following a disci >ssion of the question "Should ?/e Support the Establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine Now?" ... A total of nearly 6.000 letters were received in addition to 7,000 demands for the complete transcription of the broadcast Participating in the discussion were Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and Edgar Ansel Mowrer for the affirmative, and Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron and Carroll Binder for the negative And another affair which drew unparalleled attention was the dinner tendered last week in New York to Dr. Chaim Weizmann on the occasion of his 71st birthday, at which he was presented with a check for $1,250,000 for the Weizmann Institute in Palestine. One of the most interesting sidelights of the dinner was the fact that the check for Dr. Weizmann was originally for $1,000,000 but shortly before it was presented three Canadian Jews said that they would add $250,000 And thus the sum was increased as a pleasant surprise to all the 2.0000 guests attending the affair WASHINGTON NOTES: The discussions which are now going ( on in Washington between Bri| tain and the United States in connection with the loan which the British Government is seeking are being watched with utmost interest in Zionist circles Palestine, as part of the sterling bloc, will be vitally affected by the decisions which will be taken as a result of these discussions Due to war expenditures. Palestine has become a creditor of Great Britain to an amount estimated at over $500,000,000 Palestine purchasing power has accordingly gone up considerably The merchants of Palestine are anxious to make purchases in the United States American manufacturers are anxious to sell to Palestine However. Palestine business firms are not free to make their purchases in the most favorable markets All dollar exchange accruing to Palestine goes into the general dollar pool controlled by Great Britain And Zionist leaders here claim that the allocation to them of dollars from the pool is entirely out of proportion to the amount of dollars that Palestines contributes to the pool They point out that aside from public funds transmitted from the United States, which they estimate totalled $25,00.000 this year, the export of diamonds to America brings Palestine an additional $15,000,000 a year Palestine, therefore, would have available about $40,000,000 to spend in the United States ... It is prevented from making these expenditures because Great Britain restricts the use of dollars Confidential Investigations Criminal and Civil LIE-DETECTOR Escort and Guard Service No Case Too Large or Small FLORIDA Detective Bureau DAVID P. FOLDS, Chief PHONE 43-3880 Beach Plays Host To Former Prisoners Ten repatriated American prisoners of war arrived recently at the Royal Palm hotel, Miami Beach, with members of their families for a two-week vacation at government expense. All of the arrivals, who range in rank from corporal to captain, are liberated prisoners of the Japanese, and with their relatives make up a group of 22. The vacationers occupy 16 rooms at the hotel, on Collins ave. between Lincoln id. and 15th st., with all expenses paid for themselves and their relatives, including travel costs. A planned recreation and entertainment program has been arranged which includes deepsea and reef fishing, golf at the Normandy Isles course, and sightseeing tours of all points of interest, including the area's three racetracks. SEEK ROOM LISTINGS Room listings in private Jewish homes have been requested by the housing division of the Miami Chamber of Commerce. Apartment houses and rooming hotels desiring Jewish guests may get this samiservice continuously by carrying their memberships in the Chamber, Florence R. Walzer states. BUY A VICTORY BOND A I L A r D fl I I M0Rlt>* ^-* iA/VF Mil I S NUklh Ul MIAMI <