The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 15No. 22
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 29, 1942
PRICE10 CENTS
HI rilTI 5TH
DISTRICT ANNUAL
MEET SATURDAY
The diamond jubilee convention
of the fifth district B'nai B'rith
Lodges and its Ladies' Auxil-
iary will open in Jacksonville
Saturday evening with a dinner
cf tin' executive committees of
the two divisions at the George
Washington Hotel. The sessions
Starting that evening and contin-
uing through Sunday and Mon-
day. May 31st and June 1st, will
close with a meeting of the newly
elected executive committees on
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock.
Large delegations from lodges
throughout the seven states com-
prising the fifth district are ex-
pected to participate in the busi-
ness sessions and enjoy the elab-
orate program arranged.
Following the opening dinner
meeting of the executive commit-
tees Saturday evening, registra-
tion of delegates will be followed
by a greeting session with Presi-
dent District Grand Lodge No. 5
B'nai B'rith, Edward Rosenblum;
Philip N. Selber, president Adolph
B. Weil Lodge, Jacksonville, Fla.;
Sol Fass, second vice president
District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai
B'rith, and Philip Klutznick, pres-
ident Supreme Advisory Council
A. Z. A., participating. A recep-
tion will follow.
Business sessions will be held
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
London (WNS)German na-
tionals, who returned to Germany
recently on an exchange basis
after being interned in the United
States, are stirring a new anti-
Jewish drive in their homeland
by accusing American Jews of
anti-Nazi atrocities, according to
the Nazi radio.
In press and radio interviews,
the repatriated Germans declared
that all their guards during their
internment in America were
Jews. These Jewish guards, the
returned Nazis said, had tortured
them in revenge for what the Na-
zis were doing to the Jews in the
Polish ghettos.
DANISH MONARCH REJECTS REPATRIATED GERMANS IN
NAZI ANTI-JEWISH ORDER DEFAMATION OF GUARDS
London (WNS)King Chris-
tian of Denmark has thwarted
repeated Nazi attempts in recent
months to make Denmark's 5,000
Jews subject to the infamous
Nuremberg anti-Jewish laws, it
was disclosed here this week by
usually well-informed Danish
exiles.
At one time the Danish mon-
arch threatened to abdicate if the
Nazi occupation authorities intro-
duced the stringent anti-Jewish
laws without his consent. The
Nazis yielded because of King
Christian's great popularity with
the Danish people.
DEATH FOR GIVING
COMMITTEE TO BE
HOUSE
I. W. B. AND ITS AUXILIARY
TO MEET IN JOINT SESSION
A joint meeting of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau and its auxiliary
will be held Tuesday, June 2 at
the Blue Room of the Columbus
Hotel at 8:00 p. m. The election
of officers will take place and a
report of the Bureau's activities
from October to date will be ren-
dered. The proposed revision of
the organizations' by-laws will
be considered. Baron de Hirsch
Myer, president of the Bureau,
will preside.
Stockholm (WNS)While re-
ports of Nazi brutalities and atro-
cities have been plentiful since
Hitler's rise to power, few de-
monstrate the Nazi attitude to-
ward their enslaved peoples as
the report received here this
week.
A Nazi court in Turbin, near
Lublin, Nazi-occupied Poland,
condemned to death an elderly
Jew, his son and his 16-year-old
grandson, on the charge that the
elder Jew obtained and doled
out milkwhich is forbidden to
Jews in Polandto needy and
sick Jewish children in ghettos.
The Nazi judge, In passing sen-
tence, stated that milk was for-
bidden to Jews by law and that
the three Jews would have to
pay with their lives for the aged
Jews "outrage." He stressed that
the little milk that was available
was for Germans only.
At the same time, it was re-
ported that the Nazi occupation
authorities have reduced the
weekly ration of potatoes allowed
Jews to one pound. Potatoes
constitute the basis of the present
Jewish diet in Poland since nearly
all foods are barred to the Jews.
Dade County Defense Council Now
Completely Housed Under One Roof
All administrative functions of Volunteers are needed for duty
Dade County's Defense Council, at observation posts especially in
heretofore scattered in several outlying sections and important
downtown offices, are now under points throughout the county,
one roof at Central School, N. W. says Capt. John E. Redmond, in
Third Ave. and Third St., Miami, charge of observation posts. Wo-
Th's grouping of all offices will men especially are needed for
Permit closer cooperation and ob- staffing these posts throughout
Jiate some delays caused when the day. The work is not hard,
jhe offices were scattered, said There is no age limit but volun-
"Jan Hanks, chairman of the
aefenso council.
A telephone switchboard, cap-
[e of serving a small city, has
^n installed and through this
nr all calls for the defense
^ouncil pass. Volunteer operat-
nih,r0 "n duly at the switchboard
the ianCl day' even for calls for
dmJ ccnter and observation
Phone "N Part that the tele-
teers must be American citizens.
Women who will volunteer are
urged to get in touch with the
Volunteer Bureau of the defense
council.
Emphasis is being placed again
on the salvage drive in charge of
Mrs. Cliff H. Reeder of the de-
fense council. Rubber articles
and junk metal of all kinds should
be gathered by the people and
T-
VtfAR EQUALITY
London (WNS) Dr. Ignacy
Schwartzbart, one of the two
Jewish members of the exiled
Polish National Council, de-
manded this week that the Polish
Government-in-exile now formu-
late plans for the post-war re-
construction of Poland including
provisions guaranteeing the Jew-
ish population of Poland com-
plete equality and freedom.
Addressing a meeting of the
National Council, Dr. Schwartz-
bart assailed the plan advanced
by members of the anti-Semitic
Polish Endek party providing
for the evacuation after the war
of the Jews from Poland. Samuel
Zygelbaum, the other Jewish
deputy, joined Dr. Schwartzbart
in demanding that the National
Council now establish its post-
war program.
A bitter debate ensued when
Zofia Zaleska, a leader of the
Endeks, opposed the guarantees
for Jewish equality in Poland af-
ter the war and denounced the
Zionist program for a Jewish
Homeland in Palestine.
Adam Ciolkosz, Socialist De-
puty, rose to his feet with a bitter
denunciation of the Polish En-
deks, expressing his party's op-
position to anti-Semitism in any
form. He told the deputies that
"Poland could exist as a State
only in a world of freedom and
under conditions of absolute
equality for all nationalities
within the country.
ITALY GIVES JEWISH GOODS
TO HER 'EMPIRE BUILDERS'
As the first step in its program
to coordinate all services being
rendered by the Jewish commun-
ity to boys in the armed forces.
the executive committee of the
newly-formed Greater Miami Ar-
my and Navy Committee of the
National Jewish Welfare1 Board
at a meeting last Monday decid-
ed to call upon all Jewish organ-
izations to clear through the Ar-
my and Navy Committee any af-
fairs that they plan to give or
any new projects involving ser-
vice to the boys in the armed
forces.
As a result of this decision, a
letter is being mailed this week
by Sam Blank, chairman, to the
heads of all Jewish organiza-
tions. This communication urges
them to follow the principles laid
down by the executive commit-
tee, which was elected by a rep-
resentative gathering of all Jew-
ish organizations of Greater Mi-
ami. The Y. M. H. A., 1567 S.
W. 5th Street, has been designat-
ed as the central headquarters
for the Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee and all inquir-
ies and clearances of affairs
should be directed there. Infor-
mation may be secured by call-
ing 3-4012 or 3-9151.
The executive committee also
heard reports from the sub-com-
mittees. Maurice Grossman,
chairman of the social-recrea-
tional committee, stated that he
plans to have his committee func-
tion in the entire area but that
a separate committee would be
designated for the Beach. The
social committee includes Mrs.
Anna Brooks, Mrs. George Chert-
kof, H. H. Farr, Mrs. Louis Hei-
man, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis. Mrs.
Sam Luby, Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man, Nat Hankoff, Mrs. Florence
Hacker, Mrs. Sadye Oliphant,
Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. M. Reich.
William Shayne, Sadye G. Rose.
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Nat Roth,
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Tidbits from Everywhere
STBICTiy COOflDHI
By PHINEAS J. BIRON [
ZIONIST NEWS
Rabbi Morris Lazaron of Bal-
timore, veteran anti-Zionist and
antagonist of the Jewish Army
idea, gave his Zionist opponents
a lesson in tolerance when he
invited Rabbi Baruch G. Rabin-
owitz of the Jewish Army Com-
mittee to speak on the army be-
fore his (Lazaron's) forum .
Rabbi Lazaron simply could not
stomach the intolerance of the
official Zionists of Baltimore,
who close all their meetings to
Jewish Army Committee work.
On June 30th the Zionist Or-
ganization will celebrate in
grand style the twentieth anni-
versary of the adoption of both
Houses of the U. S. Congress of
the Joint Resolution favoring
the establishment of the Jewish
National Homeland We won-
der whether Abraham Gold-
berg, veteran Zionist leader,
will n<'t the main spotlight he
deserves ... It was Abe who
was mainly responsible for the
political achievement to be cele-
brated But Abe is not in the
good graces of the present Z. O.
A. Administrationso we'll bet
that he'll get only a back seat
at the function.
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE
The latest talk about Governor
Herbert H. Lehman's future, now
that he is definitely not running
for reelection this year, is that
he will be made a general and
will take over a big defense job
in Washington Congratula-
tions to Captain Richard Mei-
baum for his scenario for "The
Arm Behind the Army." the
movie about the Signal Corps.
It's a dandy Getting ready
to don an army uniform is scenic
designer Jo Meilzinger. who will
receive a commission as a camou-
flage expert Leonard Lyons
reports the case of a man who
had to undergo an amputation
before the Marines would accept
him He's Irving Schlossen-
berg. Washington newspaper pho-
tographer, who was born with
six toes on one foot, and had to
have the extra digit removed to
be eligible for service with the
leathernecks.

WAR ECHOES
In this country there is still
a little confusion as to just what
constitutes an enemy alien, but
in England, which has been at
war with Hitler a good deal
longer, they have learned to
distinguish between this cate-
gory and bona fide refugees .
A recent check-up on what
German, Austrian and Italian
refugees are doing in Britain
disclosed that seventy thousand
of them are engaged in front-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Selective Service Director Claims
Public is Ignorant of Appeal Laws
ie, might play in successful sold to junk dealers, turned over
peranon 0f the council and pro- to the Boy Scouts or Salvation
cou t f the PePle of Dade Army, or otherwise, so that these
want uas been overlooked. We way into the war effort. "Rub-
toum PeP'e throughout the ber and junk metal are among
Dhn to know tnat the tele- necessary articles will find their
visit ,rUmber is 9-1441. and also the chief needs of the nation m
said new quarters," Hanks fighting this war and the people
must cooperate" says Mrs. Reeder.
said.
Stockholm (WNS)The Italian
Government has assigned pro-
perty confiscated during the last
two years from Jews to Italian
business men who returned fi-
nancially ruined to Italy after the
United Nations' armies had
smashed Mussolini's dreams of an
Italian Empire, it was reported
here this week.
Italian business men who had
left for Ethiopia, Eritrea and So-
maliland to build an empire for
Italy and amass .fortunes for
themselves have returned recently
to Italy, their coffers and dreams
deflated by vigorous democratic
victories. The confiscated Jew-
ish property has been given to
them as compensation.
Buy War Bonds Today
Brig. Gen. Vivian Collins, state
director of Selective Service for
Florida, today stated that there
is considerable evidence of lack
of information on the part of reg-
istrants, their dependents and
their employers, of the provisions
in the Selective Service laws re-
lating to appeal. All local boards
are thoroughly familiar with
these procedures, and investiga-
tions made of cases wherein eith-
er partiality or injustice is
claimed, invariably discloses fail-
ure on the part of the registrant
to appeal, or to comply with the
prescribed procedure in appeal-
ing his classification.
"The members of the Selective
Service local boards in this state
have proven themselves to be
honorable, conscientious and im-
partial," General Collins said. "It
should be realized that classifica-
trant's file." Based upon the
contents of this file only, the
local board places the registrant
in one of the various Selective
Service classifications and a no-
tification of classification is sent
to the registrant. If the regis-
trant feels that he has been im-
properly classified, that the board
did not consider all the facts or
was not in possession of all the
facts in his particular case, he
may elect to cither appear before
the board in order to discuss his
case, or file an immediate appeal.
He must take prompt action as
the case is closed by law provid-
ed written request for appear-
ance before the local board, or
written notice of appeal, is not
received by the local board with-
in ten days after they have
mailed his notice of classifica-
tion. This provision is waived
tions must be made solely upon only in cases wherein the regis-
the information contained in the trant can satisfactorily prove to
registrant's questionnaire, togeth- the local board that the filing of
er with supplementary written appeal was delayed by matters
information placed in the regis- beyond his control.

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PAGE TWO
+Je*lst flcridlan
FRIDAY, MAY 29,
Social
Personals

Clubs

Organizations
PERSONALS
Mrs. Joseph August, of Paw-
tucket, R. I., is visiting her
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack August at Miami
Beach.

Robert Joseph Friedman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D.
Friedman, will be bar mitzvah at
Temple Israel at services Friday,
June 5th.

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolf-
son and children will leave for
their country place near Ashe-
ville, N. C, to spend their sum-
mer vacation.

Miss Ida Englcr arrived today
from Washington. D. C, to spend
several days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Engler, 1637 S.
W. 11th Street.

Under the musical direction of !
Miss Evelyn Raff, the well known :
concertist, a concert for soldiers
will be given under the auspices
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter at the Center's auditorium,
1415 Euclid Ave. Sunday. May 31
at 8 p. m. Miss Edith Freeman,
well known pianist, will accom-
pany Miss Raff. She will be as-
sisted by other artists.
PARTIES
Miss Ruth C. Brotman will en-
tertain in honor of Moishe Nadi,
prominent contemporary Jewish
author May 30th, on Miami Beach.

Mrs. Clara Goldstein and Mrs.
Rae Frank were hostesses at a
card party for the USO at the
home of Mrs. Frank Monday eve-
ning.
ORGANIZATIONS
The regular board meeting of
the National Council of Jewish
Women will be held Wednesday
at 10 a. m. at the Council House.

The National Council of Jewish
Women sponsored a garden party
at the home of Mrs. Morris Ja-
cobs. The funds raised were for
defense purposes.

The members of the Hanita
Club of the Pioneer Women's Or-
ganization were entertained at a
luncheon by Mrs. Louis Rosen-
stein honoring members leaving
the city. Entertainment was pro-
vided by Mrs. Gertrude Faber
and Miss Mollie Goodlaw. It
ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF HIS
OFFICES TO
416 INGRAHAM BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
EFFECTIVE, MONDAY, JUNE 1ST
For the General Practice of Medicine
Miss Ada Rick
Miss Ada Rick, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rick, whose
engagement to Ben Cohen, son
of Mr. Harry Cohen, was an-
nounced recently.
was decided to plant 100 trees to
make a street in the Forest of
Pioneer Women's Organization in
Palestine. The street will be
named after Mrs. Lena Wolk in
recognition of her work in organ-
izing and efforts expended in Pi-
oneer Palestine endeavors.

A benefit for medical aid to
China was held May 20th at the
South Beach Elementary School
under the direction of Mrs. Renee
Washer. Entertainment was pro-
vided by the Hildegard dancers
(produced by Hildegard Breskin),
vocal selections by Miss Nacy
Friedman, violin selections by
Pierre Little, accompanied by
CALL 9-2664
AMBI'LAMK
SERVICE
A MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARY
OF THE TREASURY

fWl tCCRCTARV Of TMC TRCASURV
m*lSd*t
.10 THS CITtZOO 9 AMERICA!
Thli tenth new ousptlgn for ttw ulv of War Bonds and S*rlrj#
6Unp Is ondsr wy throughout ths station. It la tba fcr Bond Qiot*
CaapalgQ.
It ia urjantly mcMury that yoa doubla th raU at which yo
ratoo* buying war Bonds and Staaps. This will naan tha aala dlroct
to Individual Aasrlcana of war Bonds and Stsjsps to tha await of not
laaa than cms billion dollara every Health.
Ona billion dollars a aonth la tha National quota. It la aqml
to ona-tenth tha coablnad lncoass of all Aaarloana.
Thla aonay la naedad to buy tha toola of war for your fi*,htljas>
forces. It will not pay for all of them. Our war axpandltoraa now
are at tha rate of about POUR BILLIONS a aonth, and they are pxrwlnf
dally. But a billion dollara a nonth direct froa the people will
amke all-out production possible. Without it we cannot do our beati
vlthout.it wa cannot put forth our full effort,.
It la desperately naedad for another reaaon. Wa can't flfht
wr and at tha aaaa tine live and spend aa ueual. There are not enough
goods to go around ths thirds we buy with woney. If w* jo on spend-
ing at the 1941 acale, we'll be robbing the fighting aan to add to our
own comfort or pleaaare. We'll be driving up tha ooat of living for
all of as. We'll be iagnslng dire hardahipe on our neighbors.
What la aeked of you ta tan per cent of your aarnlnga a tithe
for Liberty. It la not a ta*f it la not even a contribution! It la a
loan at interest, for your use and protection later.
Tomr Government aaka you to cut down your expendltarea, TO S&VI
your boya on the firing line and in tha training camps, through year
Oovernment, aak you to aave eo that they may hav* what thay need to
win TOUH WAR for you Aaerlca aaka you to aavai to SAVE TO WII THE WaRj
to buy War Bonds and atanps up to not lsaa than ten per cent of your
*"= ----
la Liberty worth It? Ia Daaocraoy worth It? Is I mat Ins worU Uf
X think I know your answer.
Sincerely,
CAMEO
THEATRE
Washington Ave at 15th
MIAMI BEACH
SUN., MON, TUES.,
MAY 30THJUNE 1ST
Geo. RAFT
Pat O'BRIEN
Janet BLAIR
Brod CRAWFORD
Anne GWYNNE
C5^>V^^oi66ux/
The above letter was sent to this newspaper by Secretary Mor-
centhan in Washington. We publish it in the interest of the War Bond
Quota Campaign and earnestly recommend that all oar readers do
their share in the tremendous job ahead of nnanctnr, the War effort.
"The wise guys
rom the main
tem take the
3ig Town for a
ride" in
1 I
BfiOflDUIfly
Same Program at
TOWER THEATRE.
Miami

TUES. A WED., JUNE 2-3
MILTON BERLE
"Half Detective Half
Wit" In
"WHISPERING
GHOSTS"
ORGANIZATIONS
Mrs. Josephine Adler, Gloria
Faust, Mariam Feit, Sonny
Greenwald, Lyla Glassman, Jac-
queline Goldfarb, Janet Guad-
agne, Sharon Jouce. Helen March,
Gloria Manne, Myra Jo May,
Nedra May, Jule Murovchick,
Sheba and Maxine Margo, Sandra
Shrager, Dawn and Tito Wintz,
and Carol Washer.

The Dade Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home
held its last regular meeting
of the 1941-42 season Wednesday,
May 27th. 1:30 p. m. at the Elks
Lodge, 720 West Avenue, Miami
Beach. The group will meet in-
formally during the summer
months. Mrs. Clementine Kemp,
newly elected president of the
Chapter, has appointed the follow-
ing as chairmen of the various
committees: Membership, Miami,
Mrs. Mary Blanche; membership,
Beach. Mrs. Edith Miller; ways
and means, Mrs. Midge Cohen;
program, Mrs. Phyllis Newman;
Happy Hearts and Cheer, Mrs.
Ruth Levey and Mrs. Dorothy
Stanley; hospitality, Mrs. Mild-
red Adler and Mrs. Jane Cohen;
publicity. Mrs. Jan Jacobs;
awards. Mrs. Bea Finn; telephone,
Mrs. Rella Tobin; printing, Mrs.
Anna Mink.
PERSONALS
Mrs. M. Wamer, Miami Beach
visitor, has left for an extends
trip to New York. ded

Abe Silver has left for Camn
Blanding where he is statione,,
as a member of the armed forces
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mourn ikbo
FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES
West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue
ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
A duty every man
owes himself and nil
family is that of pro-
viding a final retting
place. It is only wise
and prudent that the
selection of a cemetery
lot should be made in
"advance of need." The
selection of a cemetery
lot does not bring it*
use any nearer, but it
does dispose of a duty
with comfort and
due deliberaton.
Mount Nebo has a
definite assured capital
structure wth no out-
standing debts and '
not subject to the
whims and caprices of
an annually elected
group of officers who
know nothing of pro-
per cemetery manag-
ing and have no per-
sonal or financial res-
ponsibility to you.
Maybe you feel that you have already provided d-
quate burial protection for your familyby paying "
to .some organization which offers burial space."".
SUOh organizations usually scatter families in dine"" .
cemeteries instead of keeping them together in one pia'
Visit any cemetery and you will see pathetic jWJ*
Families completely torn apart, scattered among strany
ers, lack of upkeepall because the head of the family
THOUGHT he had provided properly.
No matter how long you have been a member of*"
organizationno matter how much you have paid In ou"
it would still be wiser to get a family plot directly
from Mount Nebo. This is a sure way you can prevent
your loved ones from being scattered.
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A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU


FRIDAY. MAY 29. 1942
vJmrtsft fhrmm
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Leo Ackerman Elected Vice-Pres-
ident George Goldberg. Treasurer
At the annual Y. M. H. A.
nomination meeting held last
Wednesday, Leo Ackerman and
George Goldberg, both enthusias-
tic "Y" members for several
years, were elected vice president
and treasurer, respectively. It
looks like a good close battle will
ensue in the election for presi-
dent with P. B. "Pop" Berkowitz
versus Joseph A. Berman. For
secretary, Frank Rose and Al
Reisman, two old timers of the
"Y," will vie for votes for that
office. There have been so many
candidates nominated for the 3-,
2-, and 1-year terms for the
board, that I will not take the
time to repeat them in this col-
umn because they were previ-
ously mentioned in last week's
edition of The Jewish Floridian.
There is no question in my
mind that a greater responsibility
than ever before rests on the
shoulders of the officers who will
be victorious in this election. We
urge each and every member of
the Y. M. H. A. to make it his
duty to be present at the annual
elections which take place next
Wednesday, June 3. Chairman
Ike Levin and his nominating
committee consisting of Leo Ack-
erman, Nat Blumberg, Milton A.
Friedman and Al Berkowitz will
again officate at the elections.
Bowling News
Marty Milstein and his duck-
pin team look like sure winners
in the first half of the Y Duckpin
League. At the present time his
team is leading the eight-team
league by a five game margin
with but five weeks left to go.
However, many unexpected
things have happened before and
may happen again before this
session is over. You are wel-
come to participate or view these
games each and every Thursday
at the Miami Recreational Al-
leys, 301 S. Miami Avenue, start-
ing at 8:30.
G. P. C. Sponsors Music Review
Arrangements have been made
for a musical review sponsored
by the Girls' Progressive Club of
the Y. M H. A. Several mem-
bers of the group are acting as
talent scouts and a good job they
are doing, too; from what we see
on the program. The best local
young talent is being obtained,
tickets are now on sale for only
25c Service men will be admit-
ted free of charge. Tickets may
be obtained from any member of
the G. P. C. or at the Y office.
It is hard to believe that one
man can even begin, let alone
to do, the many things necessary
m keeping the wheels of the Y
\l ti lrLmotion- We cannot
tnank Mr. Grossman, our execu-
tive director, enough for the
many projects he has undertaken
at the Y. M. H. A. Following
are the many projects in connec-
Uon.w,lth defense work that the
Y. M. H. A. is doing for the gen-
eral community: First Aid
Classes, Red Cross Knitting, Ser-
vice Men's Dances, Home Hos-
pitality for Service Men, Ameri-
canization Classes and so many
more that they are too numerous
to mention.
All is in readiness for the Home
Camp opening on Monday, June
15, according to an announce-
ment by Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director of the Y. M. H. A.
The following staff has already
been selected: Mrs. Essie Schaf-
fer, general superintendent; Mrs.
Maurice Grossman in charge of
kindergarten; Dr. I. H. Schwartz
in charge of athletics; Mrs. Mollie
Belov, library and story telling;
Mrs. Blanche Meyers, dancing;
Pat Auerback, dramatics; Fran-
ces Ginsberg, arts and crafts, and
the following counsellors: Don
MacClosky, Harold Berkowitz,
Ted Sakowitz and Madeline
Schulman. The medical staff will
consist of Doctors Rand, Pepper,
Frehlmg, Lister and Weinkle.
Each child will receive a physic-
al examination upon entry by a
camp physician.
Registration will begin on Sun-
day morning, June 7. If you
want your child to spend a pleas-
ant summer, get in touch with
the Y immediately as the enroll-
ment is limited.
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MARCHING MEN
IE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
Cantor Maurice Mamches
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
present his end-of-season concert
Sunday afternoon, May 31st. at
2:30 o'clock, at Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. Having built an en-
viable reputation for himself as
an artist as cantor of the Beth
Jacob Congregation, Washington
Avenue and Third Street, Miami
Beach, and as a concert perform-
er, he will feature the program
with the rendition of a group of
selections in his beautiful tenor
voice. Eleanor Clark Linton,
concert pianist, will be his ac-
companist and will also play sev-
eral selections. Other assisting
artists will be on the program.
(Ed. Note:Information con-
tained in this new weekly feature
is prepared by the Public Rela-
tions Committee of the Miami
Army-Navy Service Organiza-
tion.)
By Way of Explanation
This column makes its debut
in The Jewish Floridian at a
time when the community coor-
dinates its efforts to the boys in
the service through a Greater
Miami Army and Navy Commit-
tee of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board Rather a lengthy
title, 'tis true, but it will wear
well.
Contributions to "Marching
Men" are welcome ... If you
have letters from a friend or rel-
ative in the army or navy, pass
them on to us, will you? We
are eager to make the column a
regular feature emphasizing Jew-
ish participation in the war ef-
fort ... Its success will depend
largely upon the cooperation of
the readers.
"Grey Matter. Imagination and
Perspiration"
The genial Ike Levin and his
good wife are prouder than punch
of their son Bob (Lieutenant Rob-
ert B.) And why not? ... A
first lieutenant at the age of 23,
with the important responsibility
for the technical training of men
in the U. S. Ordnance Depart-
ment, Bob well demonstrates the
truth of the adage "There is
no easy road to success."
Bob worked his way through
Georgia Technical School on a
combination work-study plan,
graduating cum laude There
followed a period of training at
the Aberdeen Proving Grounds,
after which he enlisted in the
service in 1941 ... He was made
a First Lieutenant in March of
this year.
The career of Lieutenant Levin
in a sense symbolizes the fine
contributions of all American
Jewish youth to the national de-
fense effort.
Typical of his attitude is a
snatch from a recent letter to a
friend: "I can't imagine a job
that calls for more free applica-
tion of grey matter, imagination
and perspiration." You've got
something there, Bob!
"The Best of Everything"
Army life offers the best of
everything" Take it from
Second Lieutenant Leonard M.
Fisher, son of Mrs. Abe Fisher
of Miami Beach Leonard,
who has just been transferred to
the army air corp at Ellington
Field, Texas, finds that "the food
is super good ... It is served res-
taurant style by ordering what
you want from a menu with a
great variety and choice of foods.
Steak every meal if you want it
and good steaks at that from
Texas cattle" 'Tis said that an
army moves on its stomach .
If so, there are plenty of fast
motion in Leonard's neck of the
woods.
Leonard says that the people
are very friendly and that re-
creation isn't at all lacking .
However, life is not all fun be-
cause the ground bombardier
course at Ellington consists of
mathematics, physics, code, naval
forces, air forces, radio commun-
ication, etc. ... In about two
more weeks Leonard will be
transferred to the advance bomb
school at Midland, Texas, and
then he'll be flying regularly,
an opportunity for which he can
hardly wait.
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Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach
and Rabbi Mescheloff will offici-
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Jacob synagogue Sunday morn-
ing, May 31st, at a special ser-
vice for the Jewish soldiers sta-
tioned on the beach.
The religious service is a func-
tion of the newly formed Greater
Army-Navy committee.
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami will hold special
services for the Jewish soldiers
stationed in the Miami area every
Sunday morning at nine o'clock.
RONALD MANN OF MIAMI
IS TWICE AWARD WINNER
Ronald Mann, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Mann, was the re-
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He was awarded a medal from
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one from the Ponce de Leon
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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 22
SIVAN 13, 5702
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1942
HITLER'S TROUBLES
Hen Hitler is full of troubles these days.
There is Russia, for example. The Nazis didn't
do such good fighting in the winter in Russia,
but Hitler could blame it on the cold. Now
they are not doing so well either, although the
cold has gone. We may imagine that Hen
Hitler is much perturbed. He can't blame the
weather, now. Perhaps he can say that the
weather is really too nice for fighting and his
boys have got spring fever. He can't use that
phrase about annihilating the Russian armies,
either, any more. It just won't do. There is a
story going around Germany now, it is said,
to the effect that the Russian armies have been
annihilated but the trouble is they don't read
the German papers and so the Russians don't
know about it.
The Russian government has made public
a list of its war heroes and in it are no less
than 500 Jewish names. There is a submarine
commander cited for his destruction of enemy
transports; there is a woman decorated for
leading a battalion into action and the list even
includes a woman awarded the Stalin prize
for inventing a new method of producing
coke, valuable for the war machine.
Al these people Hiter had no use for. Hit-
ler, in one of his speeches a year ago, spoke
of the lews choking at the mention of his
name. The lews in Russia are now helping
to choke Herr Hitler.
The Russian front, it is now conceded, is
the main front for defeating Hitlerand once
Hitler is gone, Japan will be more easily taken
care of. Hitler, according to accounts pub-
lished, has staked his all on the Russian bat-
tle. Max Werner, writing in the "New Re-
public," estimates Hitler's loss of men in Rus-
sia as between three and four million men. If
the same ratio of loss occurs in the next six
months, it would seem that Hitler cannot last
more beyond the year and Stalin's prophecy
that the Germans will be driven from Russia
before the end of 1942 will be realized.
However, Hitler's very desperate position
means that the most bitter fighting is to be
expected. He will throw old men and young
boys into the battle lines and he will corrall
Hungarians and Rumanians and what not.
He will leave no stone unturned.
But Hitler has troubles outside of Russia,
too. Take Hungary, for instance. Hungary
has been under the Axis thumb for a long
time now. Hungary has even provided many
thousands of soldiers for the Axis on the Rus-
sian front and yet Hitler cannot at this late
hour induce the Hungarians to confiscate all
Jewish property. No. The Premier, Nicholas
von Kally, insists confiscation is not as simple
as it seems. "I prefer to treat the Jewish
guestion along broader lines," he announced.
What the Premier means is that he knows
that if the Jewish capital is confiscated it will
fall under German and not Hungarian control.
At present, it is revealed most of the banks in
Hungary are under German control, as indeed
are most of the larger Hungarian enterprises of
all sorts. ^1,
From Holland too, this week a Nazi broad-
cast reported that even though the Dutch peo-
ple do not realize it, there is a Jewish problem.
Yes, Hitler has his troubles. It would seem
that the world is united over one thingthat
the only real problem today is the Nazi prob-
lem.
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CLEARING HOUSE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Mrs. Essie Schaffer, Mrs. Max
Shapiro. Mrs. Herman Slepian,
George Wolpert, Mrs. M. Koven,
Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Mrs. Adalyn
Finneston, Mrs. Sam Weissel,
Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs. Douglas
Raff, Mrs. Lillian Schaffer, Mrs.
Harry Magid, Mrs. Macy Levin-
son, Mrs Claire Feldman, Max
Silver, Rudy R. Adler, Mrs. Mor-
ris Alpert, Jack August, Mrs.
Walter Bronston, Miss Ethel
Deutsch, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mrs.
Leo Eisenstcin, Irving Frankel,
M. H. Frankel, Mrs. Sol Gold-
strom, Mrs. B. Wigdor, Mrs. B. H.
London, Mrs. Harold Spaeth, Mrs.
Moses Krieger, A. Louis Mechlo-
witz, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Joseph
M. Rose, Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
Charles Tobin, Carl Weinkle,
Harry Sirkin, Mrs. David Hon-
oroff, Mrs. Jeanette Good, Mrs.
Gus Feuer, Mrs. Sam Post, Mrs.
Benjamin Bronston, and Mrs.
Sam Blank.
Carl Weinkle, chairman, re-
ported that the finance commit-
tee now is engaging in a survey
of the services being performed
for the men in the armed forces
by existing Jewish agencies.
Rabbi Shapiro, detailing the
work of the religious committee,
said that the first combined ser-
vice for the men in the armed
forces held on Sunday morning,
May 24, was extremely success-
ful with approximately 200 Jew-
ish enlisted men and officers in
attendance. The religious com-
mittee has decided that in the
future services will be held at a
number of places on the Beach.
William Boxerman, chairman of
the public relations committee,
stated that publicity about Jew-
ish men in the service is being
sent regularly to the local news-
papers and that an effort will be
made to secure data, particularly
about boys stationed at Miami
Beach who hail from other com-
munities. He appealed to par-
ents of boys in the service to
turn over interesting letters that
they may send home from time
to time, so that the proper pub-
licity could be secured.
The following members have
been added to the committee of
the whole which was announced
in last week's Jewish Floridian:
Mrs. M. Koven, Mrs. Leo Acker-
man, Mrs. Gus Feuer. Mrs. Ada-
lyn Finneston, Mrs. Henry Seit-
lin, Mrs. David Honoroff, Mrs.
Jeanette Good, Mrs. Max Pepper,
Mrs. Douglas Raff, Mrs. Lillian
Schaffer, Mrs. Macy Levinson,
and Mrs. Feldman.
REPORT NAZIS 10
EXECUTE JEWS
E
Geneva (WNS)Angered by
the failure of their anti-Jewish
campaign to win converts among
the Dutch people, Nazi authori-
ties in the occupied Netherlands
warned this week that "the Jew-
ish question in Holland demands
an immediate solution."
The warning came shortly a.'ier
many non-Jews appeared in pub-
lic in important Dutch cities,
wearing the yellow 'Mogen Da-
vids,' which all Jews must wear,
on their street clothing to demon-
strate their sympathy for their
Jewish neighbors.
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London (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in occupied France will
henceforth execute only Jewish
hostages in reprisal for anti-Nazi
sabotage and violence, according
to reports received here. At
least ten "Jews and Communists"
were executed in occupied France
during the last week.
A Nazi spokesman in Paris an-
nounced that in the future Jews
will be executed for any attacks
on Nazi soldiers, regardless of
whether these attacks were made
by Jews or not. Five "Eastern
European Jews" were executed
in Paris this week when the po-
lice failed to capture the person
guilty of hurling a bomb at Nazi
troops.
"Since Eastern European-born
Jews have participated in other
assaults on members of the Ger-
man police, the five were chosen
for the firing squad," the Nazi
spokesman said. "More Eastern
European Jews will be shot if
those guilty of the attack are not
discovered within eight days."
Several meetings have taken
place in Paris recently between
Nazi officials and Darquier de
Pellepoix, Vichy's new commis-
sioner for Jewish affairs. As a
result of these meetings, it was
believed here, French Jews will
soon be compelled to wear yellow
"Mogen Davids" on their cloth-
ing when appearing in public.
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fJtAidtfy CofifidenUai
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
.wONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
line war work in factories and
in the armed forces, doing their
bit to down the Axis ... A
bright idea, which will be bob-
bing up all over the land ere
long, is a card devised by some
nameless genius for presenta-
tion to people heard blabbing
military secrets or making de-
featist noises ... It reads: "Our
Fuehrer thanks you for your ex-
pression of loyalty" Any
bartender, cracks Winchell, will
tell you that if you don't keep
a tight cork on Vichy it'll act
up on you There was dyna-
mite in W. W.'s item the other
day about the late Ivy Lee's
public relations advice to Nazi
Germany ... Do you remem-
ber what a grandiose whitewash
Ivy got from all of usJewish
anti-Nazi organizations includ-
edwhen it was rumored that
he was working for Mr. Hitler.
That was almost ten years ago.

PROPHECY
From Kansas City Saul Klei-
nidn. authority on the famous
eleventh-century French Jewish
commentator Rashi, writes in to
point out that the scholar had an
encouraging word to say about
the present war situation .
"When their resources shall have
been exhausted and their strength
to spread out and invade (other
lands) spent," Rashi declared,
"they will be brought to their
knees Then Israel's troubles
will terminate; Messiah's arrival
will be nigh" Kleiman. we
ought to mention, has written
three Hebrew books on Rashi
a biography, an anthology and a
volume of selected maxims .
These books, on which he has
worked for over fifteen years,
are now in process of publication.

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Rabbi Judah Cahn, director
of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Coun-
selorships at Smith College and
Massachusetts State College,
has discovered that Thomas Jef-
ferson was a pioneer believer in
institutions such as the Hillel
Foundations ... In a letter dat-
ed October 7, 1814, Jefferson
wrote that "in our annual re-
port to the legislature, we sug-
gest the expediency of encour-
aging the different religious
sects to establish, each of itself,
a professorship of their own
tenets on the confines of the
university, so near as that their
students may attend the lec-
tures there, and have the free
use of our library and every
other accommodation we can
give them; preserving, however,
their independence of us and of
each other" ... Dr. Albert Ein-
stein Dr. Cassius Jackson Key.
ser of Columbia and former
rough President Samuel LewZ
Manhattan share the hono?^
chairmanship of this ,*
Scnpta Mathematica Dinner
while Abraham Mazer, the n1
lanthropist, is serving as chair"
man of the Dinner Committee
The other officers as well as the
membership of the Committee
include many prominent citi-
zens, among them represent
tives of practically every col-
lege in the metropolitan area.
who thus pay tribute not only
to the magazine but to Yeshiva
College, the only Jewish educa-
tional institution of its kind.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Did you know that one of the
oldest columns in American news.
paperdom, irrespective of Ian-
guage, is that conducted by Jacob
Fishman in the Jewish Morning
Journal? Fishman's daily
column celebrated its twenty-
first birthday this month .
Those amazing experiments in
which children were successful-
ly vaccinated against tuberculo-
sis originated through the ini-
tiative of Dr. Sol R. Rosenthal
of the University of Illinois Col-
lege of Medicine, who eight years
ago brought to this country some
of the vaccine which had been
developed at the Pasteur Insti-
tute of Paris When a Toronto
blackout coincided, recently, with
an outdoor recital by Jan Peerse,
the Metropolitan Opera tenor
was permitted, by special dispen-
sation, to have a single well-shad-
ed lamp shining on him ... Di-
rector William Wyler's new film,
"Mrs. Miniver," is being ac-
claimed as the finest of the de-
cade Which reminds us to re-
mind you that you can now get
the Jan Struther novel, from
which the film was made, in a
Pocket Book edition ... Ben
Hecht. to whose last play, "Lily
of the Valley," the critics admin-
istered quite a panning, is pre-
paring to return the compliment
in a new novel And if you
remember the novel Ben wrote
tome years ago after a spat with
a publisher, you'll know why
Broadway is looking forward with
great interest to the new book.
Congressman Arthur G. Klein,
who represents the Manhattan
Congressional district where Pres-
ident Roosevelt now has his New
York City home, was ready to
step down and clear the way for
Mrs. Roosevelt to run for Con-
gress in his territory Bu
Eleanor declined ... To your list
of outstanding successes in t
bond-selling field add the name
of Actress Luise Rainer. who re-
cently sold four million dollars
worth of War Bonds in Toledo.
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FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1942
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
(996 Indian Creek Drive -12*5
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaOorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone S-1738
+Jew Is* I tor Mint,
PAGE FIVE
CONGREGATION
SHAAREI TEFILA
Miami Beach
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning; the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing- and advice, and,
needless to say, each matter will be
held in strict confidence.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, May 29th, 8:15
o'clock, conducted by Rabbi Col-
nian A. Zwitman.
Bar Mitzvahs
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Ross invite
you to attend the bar mitzvah
of their son, Harvey Myron, to
be held at the Temple services
Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock.
A reception in honor of the bar
mitzyah will be held after the
services.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D.
Friedman invite you to attend
the bar mitzvah celebration of
their son, Robert Joseph, to be
hold at the Temple service, next
Friday evening, June i5th, at
8:15 o'clock.
Religious School Closing
Exercises
Sunday morning, May 31 at 10
o'clock, a program will be pre-
sented, consisting of a series of
essays, written by pupils of the
various classes on the work of
the year. Prizes will be given
for perfect attendance and certif-
icates for outstanding scholar-
ship. Parents and friends are
cordially invited to attend.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, June 5 at 8:15
o'clock, services conducted by
Rabbi Zwitman.
Plaque for Men in the Service
The Bulletins of the past two
weeks have carried lists of names
of service men affiliated with
our congregation. To the previ-
ous two lists we add the follow-
ing names:
Joseph I. Davis, Jack Kir-
chik. Raymond L. Cowen, Har-
old Rubin, A. N. Kaplan, jr.
A plaque bearing the names of
all service men who are mem-
bers, or sons of members of the
congregation, will be placed in
the lobby of the Temple by the
Men's Club in the near future. We
would appreciate immensely the
cooperation of our members, who
will send in additional names to
the Temple office.
Temple Notes
Congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Ungar upon the oc-
casion of the engagement of their
daughter, Marcella For the
convenience of members we list
some of the committee chairmen
who are in charge of Temple and
Sisterhood projects: Chairman of
floral offerings for services, Mrs.
Gordon Davis, phone 2-4451; Tree
of Life chairman, Mrs. Jack
Bernstein, phone 2-5344; chair-
man of uniongrams, Mrs. Henry
A Kauffmann, phone 2-2097;
chairman of Yahrzeit Lamps,
Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, phone
committee, Herman Wall, phone
^-4149 An exceptionally large
attendance was present at our
icmple Shovuos services on
Thursday evening to witness the
outstanding confirmation of this
years class of 28 boys and girls.
In M em or i am
May the Father of Peace send
Peace to all who mourn, and com-
l0 the bereaved among us.
At the services this Friday eve-
n"JR the memory of the following
wH be hallowed:
. gently departed: Daisy Roth-
schild Fisher, mother of Dr. F. H.
* isher.
Yahrzeits: Sophie Lemer,
gather of Mrs. B. W. Slote and
LB. B. Berkeley; Laura Liv-
mgston, mother of Miss Doris
wvingston; Charles S. Apte, fath-
g .of Day J. Apte and R. W.
^Pte; Max Hyman, husband of
- Clara Hyman and father of
Hant" Hyman and Mrs- Stella
Services of the Shaaray Tefila
congregation, temporarily locat-
ed at 1527 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach, are scheduled for
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock
and Saturday morning at 9 o'clock
and evening at 7 o'clock. Shalosh
Sudos will begin at 7:15 p. m
Rabbi Jacob E. Rackovsky will
speak during the Saturday morn-
ing services on the subject, "Pro-
per Umty." Week day services
will be held every morning at
8 o clock and each evenine at
7:30 o'clock.
The Ein-Yakov groups meet
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at
7:45 p. m. and the groups study-
ing the Jewish Laws and Cus-
toms meet Wednesday and Thurs-
day at 7:45 p. m. All are wel-
come.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-217*
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services_________8:00 a. m.
Evening Services_____7:00 p. m.
Saturday morning______ 8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning_______ 8:00 a.m.
Talmud Torah
The summer semester at the
Beth David Talmud Torah will
begin Monday morning, June 8th.
We ask parents to register their
children at once, for during the
summer months a child has the
opportunity of learning twice as
much because there are no other
school activities. Registration will
take place during the first week
of June.
Late Friday Evening Summer
Services
If sufficient requests on part
of the members come in to the
office with regard to the late
Friday evening services during
the summer months, the rabbi and
the cantor will gladly conduct
such services. The excuse of gas
and tire rationing should not be
given when it comes to religious
services. Please phone the of-
fice, 2-1473, if you are interest-
ed in such services.
Convalescing
The officers and members of
Beth David Congregation and
Sisterhood wish for Mrs. Harry
Simons, who is convalescing at
Jackson Memorial Hospital, a
speedy recovery.
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
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Services
Services, daily, mornings at 8
o'clock; evenings at 7:30 and 8.
Sabbaths, evening at 7:30 and
mornings at 9.
Sabbath Services
The late Friday night lecture
services have been discontinued
for the season, but the regular
minchah and maarive services
will be conducted respectively at
7:30 p. m. and 8 p. m. On Satur-
day mornings the services will
be held at 9 o'clock and the week-
ly sermon on the Scriptural Les-
son at 10 a. m. On Saturdays
the Ethics of the Fathers will be
taught at 6:30 p. m. and the
midrash service will be followed
by the Oneg Shabbos at 7:15
which will be followed by the
maarive services. Dr. S. Bension
lectures and Cantor Lengyel of-
ficiates at these services.
Confirmation and Shabuot
The Shabuot services were ov-
ercrowded with a record breaking
audience. Dr. Bension lectures
and Cantor Lengyel officiated
at these services. On Saturday
morning at Yizkor memorial ser-
vices an appeal was made by Dr.
Bension for the maintenance of
social activities and the response
was generous. The confirmation
was a very beautiful and impres-
sive event on Friday night. The
mothers of the confirmands tend-
ered an informal reception to the
congregation following the ser-
vices. Diplomas and prayer books
were presented to the members
of the class.
Sunday School Promotion
Exercises
The Sunday School closing ex-
ercises were held last Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock at the
Center Auditorium, Joseph A.
Berman, superintendent, presid-
ing. On the program appeared
Dr. Samuel Bension, the Rabbi,
and Rabbi Leon Spitz, the prin-
cipal of the school. Harold Her-
man, school president, welcomed
the parents and children. Chas.
Giller, president of the confirma-
tion class, presented to the Cen-
ter a framed picture of the class,
the first confirmation class in the
history of the organization, and
this was officially accepted by
M. H. Frankel, president of the
Center. Samuel and Ruth Frank-
enstein presented Mrs. Leon Spitz
and Mrs. Molka Reich, the con-
firmation class instructors, with
beautiful gifts. Several hundred
certificates of proficiency were
distributed to the eleven classes
in the school. Cantor Lengyel
led the singing and was accom-
panied by Miss Edith Freeman
on the piano. Then the presi-
dents of the various classes each
participated in a symposium. The
School Marches On. An exhibit
of special project work was
spread in the social room. The
school outing was announced for
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
May 31st
Summer Hebrew School Session
Begins June 7th
A most interesting program is
being prepared for the summer
session of the Hebrew school
which will begin classes on Sun-
day morning, June 7th. Parents
are urged to register the children
now, this week, at the office of
the Center.
BETH SHOLEM CENTER
OF NORTH BEACH
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Sabbath services, Friday at 8
p. m., with sermon by the rabbi.
Religious School Sunday at 10
a. m.
Sisterhood meeting Monday at
8 p. m., in the home of Mrs. A. A.
Shapira, 824 S. E. 6th St.
Sewing for the Red Cross, the
British War Relief Society, Bun-
dles for America, etc., Tuesday
from 12:30 to 5 p. m.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
690 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon__________8:30 a. m.
Mincha----------------------5:30 p.m.
Maariv------------------------6:00 p. m.
Saturday,
-9:00 a. m.
Pro Patria
We pause this week to salute
Milton C. Weintraub, son of our
dear brother, Louis Weintraub,
whose advancement at Fort Jack-
son was announced this week. We
send him our kind and friendly
greetings and pray for his safe
return.
Sabbath Sermons
Rabbi Kellner will speak on
Shabbos morning on "Faith in
Sorrow" and in the afternoon
will discuss "The Ethics of the
Fathers."
Jewish Radio Hour
Rabbi Kellner will speak over
WIOD on the regular weekly
Jewish Hour at 4:30 p. m. this
Sunday and will speak on "Dec-
orated Memorials."
Membership Meeting
A regular meeting of the mem-
bership will be held on Tues-
day night, June 2 at 8:15 o'clock.
All members in good standing
are urged to be present.
Refuo Shlemo
We pray for the speedy recov-
ery of Mrs. George Chertkof, act-
ive congregational and communal
worker, who is recovering at
home from a recent illness.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21st Terrace
IT LIKES YOU
Beth Sholem Center of North
Beach will temporarily hold ser-
vices at 4491 Royal Palm Avenue,
Miami Beach, every Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock.
Dr. Max Ellis, chairman, may
be contacted for additional infor-
mation at 58-2188.
The Dade County Blood
Bank is in urgent need of
blood donations in order to
maintain sufficient deposits on
hand in event of emergency.
The procedure is simple and
requires no more than half an
hour to complete. A complete
blood test is performed with-
out charge which often pro-
vides valuable information to
the blood donor. This is an
excellent opportunity for each
of us to co-operate in the work
of the Dade County Defense
Council.
For information call Dade
County Blood Bank or 3-0740.
Alexander Kushner, M. D.
Chairman Blood Bank Com-
mitteeB'Nai B'Rith.
Services
Daily at 8:30 a. m., 7:45 and
8:15 p. m.; Sabbath at 7:45 p. ro.,
8:30 a. m.; 7:45 and 8.30 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday at 8
p. m. 'The Weekly Portion" by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Bar Mitzca
Teddy Thurston will celebrate
his becoming a bar mitzva at ser-
vices this Saturday morning.
Rabbi Mescheloff will address the
boy. Cantor Mamches will chant
the service.
Cantor's Concert
Cantor Mamches will present
an end-of-the-season concert this
Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Tickets
may be obtained at the syna-
gogue office. A splendid pro-
gram has been prepared which
includes a number of outstanding
participating artists.
Religious School
Our curriculum for the sum-
mer months will be put into ef-
fect next week. Classes are be-
ing rearranged to meet with the
requirements of the new courses.
Clases will be held from 3 to 7
p. m. until the close of the pub-
lic schools when classes will be
held during the morning hours
on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday of each week.
Parents are requested to reg-
ister beginners during the com-
ing week. Our summer curri-
culum makes it possible for a
child to complete an entire se-
mester of Religious School work
meriting advance to the next
grade by the reopening of the
public school system. Take ad-
vantage of the summer schedule
for the benefit of our children.
Women's Home Defense
The Women's Home Defense
Organization will meet next
Tuesday at 2:00 p. m. in our Com-
munity Building instead of at 8
Wednesday.
Beth Jacob Service Men's
Service
The complete service commit-
tee under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Moses Krieger met Thurs-
day morning for the final plans
for the conduct of our service
men's service at our Community
Building.
Our building will be open six
evenings of each week under the
sponsorship of the Service Com-
mittee with different organiza-
tions acting as hosts and hostesses
each evening.
Our building will be open for
games, reading rooms, musicals,
and programs, facilities for kosh-
er meal arrangements, contacts,
etc. Our Sisterhood has financed
the renovation and redecoration
of our Community Building for
this purpose. A fund for refresh-
ments and incidentals has been
contributed to by participating
organizations. Our program will
be under the supervision of the
Army and Navy Committee of
the Jewish Welfare Board for
Dade County.
Graduating Class
During the graduation cere-
monies held last Sunday our
graduating class presented our
congregation with four framed
etchings. These will be used to
further decorate our Community
Building. The graduates are al-
so contributing a beautiful reg-
istry book for the use of our ser-
vice men.
Girl Scouts
Our scouts continue to meet
each Wednesday evening under
the direction of Mrs. E. Decky.
They have contributed a number
of posters for our community
building.
Habanoth
Each Tuesday at 7:30 our Ha-
banoth conduct their weekly
meetings under the direction of
Mrs. Mescheloff and Mrs. Anne
Slotsky. They welcome new mem-
bers.
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FRIDAY, MAY 29. l942
B'nai B'rith
.
Notes
BY AL GREEN
MAX R. SILVER
Guest Columnist
Some forty brothers are mak-
ing plans to leave for the Fifth
District Convention, which is to
be held in Jacksonville, this
week-end, beginning Saturday
afternoon, May 29th. and contin-
uing through Monday night. June
first.
Many of the brothers are mak-
ing the trip to Jacksonville ac-
companied by their wives. Ad-
ditional reservations are avail-
able for any members who have
not already made plans. If you
wish to make the trip call 3-0751,!
3-4728, or 5-2293. The group will j
leave from the Florida East Coast |
station Saturday afternoon at
and the community will be in-
terested to read the following let-
ter which was received by Presi-
dent Burnett Roth from Brother
Elry Stone:
"Washington, D. C.
"May 19, 1942.
"Dear Bumey:
"Just a few lines to let you
know I am thinking of you and
all the boys ... I enjoy my work
and pleasant surroundings, but do
miss Miami .
"I am still in a daze over the
magnificent affair arranged by
the boys. ... it was an unusual
tribute.
Everything is hustle and bustle
with all energies directed at one
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Jacksonville, which will also be
the Convention headquarters.
All members of Sholem Lodge I
prime objectthat of winning the
war and quickly .
"With regards to all the boys,
I am, sincerely,
"Elry."
PALM BEACH
NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Staff Sergeant Joe Glasser from
Trinidad is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Glasser.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and
son, Sammy, have returned after
a trip to Texas where they visit-
ed their son, Martin, who is in
the air corp.
The first in a series of weekly
dances for service men was held
Sunday night at Schwartzberg
Hall. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Schutzer, and Mrs. Johanna
Schloss. Entertainment was pro-
vided by an orchestra from Mor-
rison Field, Mrs. Rose Maas and
Madeline and Geraldine Halpern.
Mrs. Rose Aaron and nephew,
David, are located in their new
home, 313 10th Street.
Ira Levin has returned to his
army unit in Arkansas. He was
called home on account of the
death of his mother, Mrs. Esther
Levin.
The semi-monthly card party
of Beth Israel was held Tuesday
evening at Schwartzberg Hall.
Mrs. O. P. Gruner and Mrs. Jo-
hanna Schloss served as hostesses.
The graduation and confirma-
tion services of Temple Israel
was held Sunday. Graduating
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were Albert Barash, Sheldon
Bernbaum and Marilyn Lee.
Members of the confirmation class
are Elliott Argintar. Howard
Bernbaum, Doris Blichcr. Har-
riet Geldcrs and Elaine Gruner.
Leon Goldsmith, president of the
congregation, Mrs. David Gold-
smith, president of the Sisterhood
and Sidney I. Bernbaum, chair-
man of the Religious School, par-
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National Citizenship Education
Program students, from the class
of Mrs. B. Marjorie Leigh, at
the Central Beach Elementary
School, purchased $12,000 worth
of war savings bonds during the
months of April and May. accord-
ing to a report from N. C. E. P.
district headquarters.
The National Citizenship Edu-
cation Program class at Miami
Beach meets at the Centra! Beach
Elementary School. 14th St. and
Drexel Ave. on Monday, Wed-
nesday and Friday, 4 to 9 p. m.,
and Tuesday and Thursday 4 to
8 p. m. There is no charge for
tuition as the classes are spon-
sored by the Immigration and
Naturalization Service of the
Department of Justice and the
Dade County School Board.
While six hundred non-citizens
were naturalized during the week
of May 11th, in the largest class
in the history of Dade. a much
larger number is expected to
graduate in the next November
naturalization ceremonies, as
there is now an enrollment of 912
in N. C. E. P. classes to date,
which is the largest of any dis-
trict in the state.
Other conveniently located N.
C. E. P. classes are conducted at:
Miami Edison Elementary
School, room 22, Mon., Wed. and
Fri., 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.; Buena
Vista School, Tues.. Wed. and
Thurs., 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.;
Ada Men-it Jr. High, Monday
through Friday, 4 to 6 and 7 to
9 p. m.; Highland Park, Monday
through Friday, 4 to 6 and 7 to 9
p. m.;Southside School, Mon.,
Wed. and Fri., 10 a. m. to 12 noon,
Tues. and Thurs., 2 to 5 and 7 to
9 p. m.; Y. M. H. A., Mon., Wed.
and Fri., 2 to 4 p. m.; Gesu
Church (auditorium,) Mon.
through Fri., 1 to 5 p. m.; Gesu
Church (school.) Tues., 7 to 9 p. m.
A new class has just been
started in the City Hall of Flor-
ida City, Monday. Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, under
Mrs. Cecile Wrinkle's guidance.
MRS. PEARL REISMAN HEADS
Y. W. H. A. FOR THIS YEAR
Mrs. Pearl Reisman was un-
animously elected to head the
Young Women's Hebrew Organi-
zation for the coming year. Other
officers all unanimously selected
are: Marion Sager, st vice presi-
dent: Mrs. S. B. Miller, 2nd vice
president: Mrs. Julius Jacobs,
3rd vice president; Mrs. K.
Greenstcin, recording secretary;
Mrs. Ann Chester and Miss Fran-
ces Ginsberg, corresponding sec-
retaries; Mrs. Louis Kotkin, trea-
surer; board members, Mrs. Os-
car Argintar, Mrs. H. Barnett,
Mrs. Joel Belov, Mrs. Abe Ber-
ger, Mrs. Frank Deutsch, Mrs.
Maurice Grossman, Mrs. A. Gold,
Mrs. S. Haas, Mrs. Norman Ja-
cobs, Mrs. Minnie Lavine, Mrs.
Marcy Levinson. Mrs. M. Mandel,
Mrs. Stanley Myers,
Rothschild, Mrs. G. Rosen m*
Joseph Schaffer, Mrs H SWuT
Mrs. B. Stepkin and Mr?
Traurig. *
Election was held Wednesday
evening at the Y clubrooms
Committee chairmen will be an
nounced shortly.
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Jewish members of the American
and Australian fighting forces
were granted special leaves last
Thursday and Friday to attend
Shevuoth services.
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ADL REGIONAL DIRECTOR
TO APPEAR AT CONVENTION
William I. Boxerman, director
of the Florida regional office of
the Anti-Defamation League, left
this week for Jacksonville to at-
tend the diamond jubilee conven-
tion of the fifth district of B'nai
B'rith. Mr. Boxerman will ap-
pear on the conference program,
where he will illustrate the work
of the ADL through the medium
of exhibits.
Following the Jacksonville
conference Mr. Boxerman will
proceed to the National Confer-
ence of Jewish Social Work at
Rochester, New York, which is
being held on June 6-9. Subse-
quently, he will spend several
days in Pittsburgh as participant
in the semi-annual deliberations
of the Community Relations Con-
ference. This organization is
composed of public relations
counselors from twenty American
Jewish communities.
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER
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Baron De Hirsch Meyer, Wed-
nesday was sworn in as a first
lieutenant in the army air corps.
He will be stationed temporarily
at Miami Beach, but later will be
sent to Dodge City, Kansas, where
he will be attached to a British
unit.
He is president of the Miami
Beach Federal Savings and Loan
association, active in many com-
munal affairs. He heads the
southeastern district of the Coun-
cil of Federations and is presi-
dent of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau.
He was a member of the army
co-ordinating committee which
aided in the housing of air corps
cadets at Miami Beach.
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NEEDY CHILDREN
Ample supplies of surplus com-
modities will be available for
Dade County to carry on a sum-
mer feeding program for needy
children, it was announced today
by Dr. R. E. McDonald, chair-
man of District No. 9 Welfare
Board.
The summer lunch program, a
continuation of the school lunch
program, may be sponsored by
community groups, such as school
boards, parent-teacher associa-
tions, mother's clubs, civic clubs,
fraternal organizations, or even
by individuals, Mr. McDonald
pointed out.
"It is up to the local commun-
ity to take the lead in organizing
these programs," he said. "Cer-
tification will be made by Dis-
trict Welfare Board staff, upon
application. The only restric-
tion is the elimination of the pro-
fit motive by sponsors."
Mr. McDonald stated that the
State Welfare Board had been
notified by the Federal Market-
ing Administration that a larger
variety of foodstuffs would be
furnished for the summer lunch
program this year than last.
Among the commodities will be
such substantials as eggs, milk,
pork and beans and vegetables.
"Every community, with the
help of available surplus foods
furnished without cost, can pro-
vide summer lunches for all its
underfed children, if the prop-
er initiative is taken," Mr. Mc-
Donald concluded.
SERVICES FOR MEN IN THE
ARMED FORCES FRIDAY EVE
Services will be held at Beth
David Congregation Friday even-
ing from 8 to 9 p. m. for the
men in the armed forces stationed
at Homestead and Miami under
the auspices of the local Army
and Navy Committee of the Jew-
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provide for the recreational needs of servicemen. The YMCA and the
Knights of Columbus, as can be seen by the organizational Insignia
atop the building, shared space in this particular JWB center, located
in Toledo, Ohio.
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Board Narks
25th Anniversary
At 3 Day Session
&
The National Jewish Welfare
Board celebrate. Its 25th anniver-
sary at the Hotel Commodore, New
York City, on April 18 through
April 20, commemorating a quarter-
century of service in war and In
peace.
The Board was formed In April,
1917, three days after the United
States entered the war. With It
were associated nineteen national
Jewish societies, all working to-
gether to provide for the spiritual
and recreational needs of the
250,000 servicemen of Jewish faith
in the nation'* fighting forces.
When the Board observed Its first
anniversary, thousands of congratu-
latory messages poured in, Includ-
ing cables from Gen. John J. Persh-
Ing and Marshall Foch. and a
telegram from Woodrow Wilson.
In the two decades of peace
which followed, the JWB became
the parent organization of Jewish
community centers throughout the
country. Fifteen additional national
organizations affiliated themselves
with the Board. Youth programs
were Instituted, new community
centers were opened, and Jewish
community life In America was
Strengthened and expanded.
When the United States took up
arms in the present war. President
Roosevelt urged the formation of a
group to minister to the leisure-
time needs of American soldiers,
and the Jewish Welfare Board, in
cooperation with five agencies of
other faiths, helped found the
United Service Organizations.
Today, through the USO, the
Board is engaged in another pro-
ject of spiritual guidance and rec-
reational assistance for American
servicemen. To camp areas here
and overseas. It has sent scores of
field workers charged with the task
of maintaining morale among a
new generation of fighting men.
In 1942, the Jewish Welfare Board, now a member agency of the USO,
operates 95 buildings and units such as the one above to provide for
the recreational need* of a new generation of American soldiers. This
I* the spacious Army and Navy Service Center maintained by the
Board in the Panama Canal Zone, now serving as a USO club and
occupied by the Red Cross, a* well a* by the local defense and civilian
protective agencies.
They still have checker tournament*, but in the considerably brighter
atmosphere of the 1942 variety of Jewish Welfare Board recreation
center, soldier* relax and read, while a-pretty USO hostess entertain*
them with r-rdlng*.

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FRIDAYJ^ay 29. l942
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
Voices of Defeat
When the Bradcnton "Common-
wealth" announced some time
ago that it had become a quart-
erly instead of a monthly, we had
hoped that this actually meant
"finis" for the hate sheet .
But lo! and behold! ... An April
number appears which hasn't
changed its tune materially .
Its front cover bears a resolu-
tion demanding "that an imme-
diate armistice be arranged be-
tween the warring nations of the
world without causing any brave
combatant's loss of face."
In plain English this means
that Doc Burrows, who runs the
sheet off on his own press, would
have us grasp the hand of Hitler
and give him an opportunity to
consolidate his illgotten gains .
This is precisely what Schickel-
gruber would like to have us do.
Anyone who has listened to the
short-wave broadcasts from Ger-
many, knows that Evidently
the Bradenton doctor-printer has
not Or has he?
Wonder if Doc ever heard of
Douglas Miller's "You Can't Do
Business With Hitler" ... We
recommend it to him ... It can
be found in any public library,
and on most newsstands in the
pocket library scries.
Congrats'.
One of the best answers to Sen-
ator Reynolds, Gerald L. K.
Smith, and some of the other
Fascist minded boys for whom
alien baiting has been a pleas-
ant pasttime That's what we
call our good friend Ernest M.
Gunzburg.
"Gunny." who came here from
Hitler Germany, was one of sev-
eral hundred admitted to citizen-
ship a few days ago ... In con-
nection with the event, the Miami
Daily News sponsored a contest
on "What Americanism Means to
Me" The judges awarded one
of the seven prizes on the basis
of the merit of his composition.
No one appreciates America
more than the newcomer For
him the contrast between Nazi
tryanny and American freedom
is so striking!
What?
In New York Governor Leh-
man has just signed a bill en-
forcing the banning of discrimin-
ation in industry This bill
makes it a misdemeanor for a
war industry corporation to dis-
criminate against a citizen be-
cause nt his race, color or creed.
Nationally, our President has set
up a committee which would out-
law discrimination in defense in-
dustries, and recently the govern-
ment cracked down on several
violators.
Notwithstanding this, some
firms m various parts of the
country continue in various ways
to circumvent the principles laid
down by the President We
hear of two such firms in our own
community One. a construc-
tion concern which already has a
bad record in view of a prior in-
cident, asks on its blank "What is
your religion?" The other, a
governmental agency, asks the
applicant to state his racial de-
scent.
How do these firms square
themselves in their thinking with
the question of what we are
fighting to defend? As our old
j friend. Si Perkins, used to say:
"Ain't people the doggondest
things"''
Judenrein
Oil B'RITH 5TH
MEET SATURDAY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Sunday morning and afternoon
with the appointment of conven-
tion committees, the president's
message, officers reports and
committee reports on the agenda.
Intervening between the ses-
sion is a luncheon with Governor
Spessard Holland and Hon. Tom
Wat$On, Florida Attorney Gener-
al, as guest speakers. E. Albert
Pallot, Miami, will introduce Mr.
Watson and Harold Cohn of Jack-
sonville will act as chairman.
The auxiliary agenda follows
the same routine- with reports of
auxiliary presidents included.
Mrs. Jennie Rot fort of Miami will
preside at the sessions.
Sunday evening a joint cultur-
al meeting will be featured with
Emanuel Lewis, first vice presi-
dinc. District Grand lodge No. 5
B'nai B'rith as chairman.
The initiation of the Sidney J.
Stern class will be held and Sid-
ney J. Stern, member Supreme
Lodge executive committee, in
whose honor the class is named,
will respond.
A symposium. "B'nai B'rith
War Service in Action." with
Philip Klutznick. president S. A.
C; Rabbi Leonard Kasle. Hillel
Then, there is that hotel on the j T|,'. *i"''T. "V w'!'.'i\/i.*," qV ViV
Beach which has held last to its fll"'ctor of Va.. Max Baer, dl-
"Gentile Only" policies in the
face of all comers ... It was quite
a sad blow, we understand, when
the army moved in and officers
were quartered there For ev-
en some Jewish officers were in-
cluded.
The management now takes
great pains to explain that it still
does not deviate from its policy
of permitting no Jewish guests.
Temporarily, it must waive its
polity to the extent of letting the
Jewish officers stay. From all
indications, once the duration is
over, this establishment again
will be "Judenrein."
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Both groups Monday will be
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afternoon Monday evening the
closing banquet will feature an
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wJewisti IFIIaridliiai in (FORyiCTORY 1 >-, %  ? BUY UNITED ITATII ftUWM ONDS CoA,a,v/v< ? r#7p JhBwislh (UinSlty \ H VOLUME 15—No. 22 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 29, 1942 PRICE—10 CENTS HI rilTI 5TH DISTRICT ANNUAL MEET SATURDAY The diamond jubilee convention of the fifth district B'nai B'rith Lodges and its Ladies' Auxiliary will open in Jacksonville Saturday evening with a dinner cf tin' executive committees of the two divisions at the George Washington Hotel. The sessions Starting that evening and continuing through Sunday and Monday. May 31st and June 1st, will close with a meeting of the newly elected executive committees on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. Large delegations from lodges throughout the seven states comprising the fifth district are expected to participate in the business sessions and enjoy the elaborate program arranged. Following the opening dinner meeting of the executive committees Saturday evening, registration of delegates will be followed by a greeting session with President District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith, Edward Rosenblum; Philip N. Selber, president Adolph B. Weil Lodge, Jacksonville, Fla.; Sol Fass, second vice president District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith, and Philip Klutznick, president Supreme Advisory Council A. Z. A., participating. A reception will follow. Business sessions will be held (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) London (WNS)—German nationals, who returned to Germany recently on an exchange basis after being interned in the United States, are stirring a new antiJewish drive in their homeland by accusing American Jews of anti-Nazi atrocities, according to the Nazi radio. In press and radio interviews, the repatriated Germans declared that all their guards during their internment in America were Jews. These Jewish guards, the returned Nazis said, had tortured them in revenge for what the Nazis were doing to the Jews in the Polish ghettos. DANISH MONARCH REJECTS REPATRIATED GERMANS IN NAZI ANT I-JEWI SH ORDER DEFAMATION OF GUARDS London (WNS)—King Christian of Denmark has thwarted repeated Nazi attempts in recent months to make Denmark's 5,000 Jews subject to the infamous Nuremberg anti-Jewish laws, it was disclosed here this week by usually well-informed Danish exiles. At one time the Danish monarch threatened to abdicate if the Nazi occupation authorities introduced the stringent anti-Jewish laws without his consent. The Nazis yielded because of King Christian's great popularity with the Danish people. DEATH FOR GIVING COMMITTEE TO BE HOUSE I. W. B. AND ITS AUXILIARY TO MEET IN JOINT SESSION A joint meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bureau and its auxiliary will be held Tuesday, June 2 at the Blue Room of the Columbus Hotel at 8:00 p. m. The election of officers will take place and a report of the Bureau's activities from October to date will be rendered. The proposed revision of the organizations' by-laws will be considered. Baron de Hirsch Myer, president of the Bureau, will preside. Stockholm (WNS)—While reports of Nazi brutalities and atrocities have been plentiful since Hitler's rise to power, few demonstrate the Nazi attitude toward their enslaved peoples as the report received here this week. A Nazi court in Turbin, near Lublin, Nazi-occupied Poland, condemned to death an elderly Jew, his son and his 16-year-old grandson, on the charge that the elder Jew obtained and doled out milk—which is forbidden to Jews in Poland—to needy and sick Jewish children in ghettos. The Nazi judge, In passing sentence, stated that milk was forbidden to Jews by law and that the three Jews would have to pay with their lives for the aged Jews "outrage." He stressed that the little milk that was available was for Germans only. At the same time, it was reported that the Nazi occupation authorities have reduced the weekly ration of potatoes allowed Jews to one pound. Potatoes constitute the basis of the present Jewish diet in Poland since nearly all foods are barred to the Jews. Dade County Defense Council Now Completely Housed Under One Roof All administrative functions of Volunteers are needed for duty Dade County's Defense Council, at observation posts especially in heretofore scattered in several outlying sections and important downtown offices, are now under points throughout the county, one roof at Central School, N. W. says Capt. John E. Redmond, in Third Ave. and Third St., Miami, charge of observation posts. WoTh 's grouping of all offices will men especially are needed for Permit closer cooperation and obstaffing these posts throughout Jiate some delays caused when the day. The work is not hard, jhe offices were scattered, said There is no age limit but volun" %  Jan Hanks, chairman of the aefenso council. A telephone switchboard, cap [ e of serving a small city, has ^n installed and through this !" n r all calls for the defense ^ouncil p ass Volunteer operatnih, r0 n duly at the switchboard the i anCl day even for calls for DMJ ccnter and observation Phone N Part that the tele teers must be American citizens. Women who will volunteer are urged to get in touch with the Volunteer Bureau of the defense council. Emphasis is being placed again on the salvage drive in charge of Mrs. Cliff H. Reeder of the defense council. Rubber articles and junk metal of all kinds should be gathered by the people and TVtfAR EQUALITY London (WNS) — Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbart, one of the two Jewish members of the exiled Polish National Council, demanded this week that the Polish Government-in-exile now formulate plans for the post-war reconstruction of Poland including provisions guaranteeing the Jewish population of Poland complete equality and freedom. Addressing a meeting of the National Council, Dr. Schwartzbart assailed the plan advanced by members of the anti-Semitic Polish Endek party providing for the evacuation after the war of the Jews from Poland. Samuel Zygelbaum, the other Jewish deputy, joined Dr. Schwartzbart in demanding that the National Council now establish its postwar program. A bitter debate ensued when Zofia Zaleska, a leader of the Endeks, opposed the guarantees for Jewish equality in Poland after the war and denounced the Zionist program for a Jewish Homeland in Palestine. Adam Ciolkosz, Socialist Deputy, rose to his feet with a bitter denunciation of the Polish Endeks, expressing his party's opposition to anti-Semitism in any form. He told the deputies that "Poland could exist as a State only in a world of freedom and under conditions of absolute equality for all nationalities within the country. ITALY GIVES JEWISH GOODS TO HER 'EMPIRE BUILDERS' As the first step in its program to coordinate all services being rendered by the Jewish community to boys in the armed forces. the executive committee of the newly-formed Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare 1 Board at a meeting last Monday decided to call upon all Jewish organizations to clear through the Army and Navy Committee any affairs that they plan to give or any new projects involving service to the boys in the armed forces. As a result of this decision, a letter is being mailed this week by Sam Blank, chairman, to the heads of all Jewish organizations. This communication urges them to follow the principles laid down by the executive committee, which was elected by a representative gathering of all Jewish organizations of Greater Miami. The Y. M. H. A., 1567 S. W. 5th Street, has been designated as the central headquarters for the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee and all inquiries and clearances of affairs should be directed there. Information may be secured by calling 3-4012 or 3-9151. The executive committee also heard reports from the sub-committees. Maurice Grossman, chairman of the social-recreational committee, stated that he plans to have his committee function in the entire area but that a separate committee would be designated for the Beach. The social committee includes Mrs. Anna Brooks, Mrs. George Chertkof, H. H. Farr, Mrs. Louis Heiman, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis. Mrs. Sam Luby, Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Nat Hankoff, Mrs. Florence Hacker, Mrs. Sadye Oliphant, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. M. Reich. William Shayne, Sadye G. Rose. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Nat Roth, (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Tidbits from Everywhere STBICTiy COOflDHI By PHINEAS J. BIRON [ ZIONIST NEWS Rabbi Morris Lazaron of Baltimore, veteran anti-Zionist and antagonist of the Jewish Army idea, gave his Zionist opponents a lesson in tolerance when he invited Rabbi Baruch G. Rabinowitz of the Jewish Army Committee to speak on the army before his (Lazaron's) forum Rabbi Lazaron simply could not stomach the intolerance of the official Zionists of Baltimore, who close all their meetings to Jewish Army Committee work. On June 30th the Zionist Organization will celebrate in grand style the twentieth anniversary of the adoption of both Houses of the U. S. Congress of the Joint Resolution favoring the establishment of the Jewish National Homeland We wonder whether Abraham Goldberg, veteran Zionist leader, will n<'t the main spotlight he deserves ... It was Abe who was mainly responsible for the political achievement to be celebrated But Abe is not in the good graces of the present Z. O. A. Administration—so we'll bet that he'll get only a back seat at the function. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE The latest talk about Governor Herbert H. Lehman's future, now that he is definitely not running for reelection this year, is that he will be made a general and will take over a big defense job in Washington Congratulations to Captain Richard Meibaum for his scenario for "The Arm Behind the Army." the movie about the Signal Corps. It's a dandy Getting ready to don an army uniform is scenic designer Jo Meilzinger. who will receive a commission as a camouflage expert Leonard Lyons reports the case of a man who had to undergo an amputation before the Marines would accept him He's Irving Schlossenberg. Washington newspaper photographer, who was born with six toes on one foot, and had to have the extra digit removed to be eligible for service with the leathernecks. • WAR ECHOES In this country there is still a little confusion as to just what constitutes an enemy alien, but in England, which has been at war with Hitler a good deal longer, they have learned to distinguish between this category and bona fide refugees A recent check-up on what German, Austrian and Italian refugees are doing in Britain disclosed that seventy thousand of them are engaged in front(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Selective Service Director Claims Public is Ignorant of Appeal Laws ie might play in successful sold to junk dealers, turned over peranon 0 f the council and proto the Boy Scouts or Salvation cou t f the P e P le of Dade Army, or otherwise, so that these want u a s been overlooked. We way into the war effort. "Rubtoum P e P'e throughout the ber and junk metal are among Dhn to know tnat the telenecessary articles will find their visit ,r Umber is 9 -1441. and also the chief needs of the nation m said new quarters," Hanks fighting this war and the people must cooperate" says Mrs. Reeder. said. Stockholm (WNS)—The Italian Government has assigned property confiscated during the last two years from Jews to Italian business men who returned financially ruined to Italy after the United Nations' armies had smashed Mussolini's dreams of an Italian Empire, it was reported here this week. Italian business men who had left for Ethiopia, Eritrea and Somaliland to build an empire for Italy and amass .fortunes for themselves have returned recently to Italy, their coffers and dreams deflated by vigorous democratic victories. The confiscated Jewish property has been given to them as compensation. —Buy War Bonds Today— Brig. Gen. Vivian Collins, state director of Selective Service for Florida, today stated that there is considerable evidence of lack of information on the part of registrants, their dependents and their employers, of the provisions in the Selective Service laws relating to appeal. All local boards are thoroughly familiar with these procedures, and investigations made of cases wherein either partiality or injustice is claimed, invariably discloses failure on the part of the registrant to appeal, or to comply with the prescribed procedure in appealing his classification. "The members of the Selective Service local boards in this state have proven themselves to be honorable, conscientious and impartial," General Collins said. "It should be realized that classificatrant's file." Based upon the contents of this file only, the local board places the registrant in one of the various Selective Service classifications and a notification of classification is sent to the registrant. If the registrant feels that he has been improperly classified, that the board did not consider all the facts or was not in possession of all the facts in his particular case, he may elect to cither appear before the board in order to discuss his case, or file an immediate appeal. He must take prompt action as the case is closed by law provided written request for appearance before the local board, or written notice of appeal, is not received by the local board within ten days after they have mailed his notice of classification. This provision is waived tions must be made solely upon only in cases wherein the registhe information contained in the trant can satisfactorily prove to registrant's questionnaire, togeththe local board that the filing of er with supplementary written appeal was delayed by matters information placed in the regisbeyond his control. %  ,1



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PAGE SIX fJewistnoridiar FRIDAY, MAY 29. l 942 B'nai B'rith Notes BY AL GREEN MAX R. SILVER Guest Columnist Some forty brothers are making plans to leave for the Fifth District Convention, which is to be held in Jacksonville, this week-end, beginning Saturday afternoon, May 29th. and continuing through Monday night. June first. Many of the brothers are making the trip to Jacksonville accompanied by their wives. Additional reservations are available for any members who have not already made plans. If you %  wish to make the trip call 3-0751,! 3-4728, or 5-2293. The group will j leave from the Florida East Coast | station Saturday afternoon at and the community will be interested to read the following letter which was received by President Burnett Roth from Brother Elry Stone: "Washington, D. C. "May 19, 1942. "Dear Bumey: "Just a few lines to let you know I am thinking of you and all the boys ... I enjoy my work and pleasant surroundings, but do miss Miami "I am still in a daze over the magnificent affair arranged by the boys. ... it was an unusual tribute. Everything is hustle and bustle with all energies directed at one CITIZENSTUDENTS BUY 112,000 WAR -% 2:15 o'clock, and will stay at the George Washington Hotel in Jacksonville, which will also be the Convention headquarters. All members of Sholem Lodge I prime object—that of winning the war and quickly "With regards to all the boys, I am, sincerely, "Elry." PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Staff Sergeant Joe Glasser from Trinidad is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Glasser. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and son, Sammy, have returned after a trip to Texas where they visited their son, Martin, who is in the air corp. The first in a series of weekly dances for service men was held Sunday night at Schwartzberg Hall. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schutzer, and Mrs. Johanna Schloss. Entertainment was provided by an orchestra from Morrison Field, Mrs. Rose Maas and Madeline and Geraldine Halpern. Mrs. Rose Aaron and nephew, David, are located in their new home, 313 10th Street. Ira Levin has returned to his army unit in Arkansas. He was called home on account of the death of his mother, Mrs. Esther Levin. The semi-monthly card party of Beth Israel was held Tuesday evening at Schwartzberg Hall. Mrs. O. P. Gruner and Mrs. Johanna Schloss served as hostesses. The graduation and confirmation services of Temple Israel was held Sunday. Graduating "TO TO NEW YORK THE SILVER METEOR t)ii-M-i-po ITI-II streamliner, Main New York in 25 hrs. Lv. Miami daily 9:35 A.M. "THE SUN QUEEN" Lv. Miami daily 10:00 A.M. "THE PALMLAND" Lv. Miami daily 9:00 P.M. Consult Hckal agent or T. W lucltttt, A.O.P.A 173 E. Flagl.r Strati. Miami, Florida. T.l.phon. 3-8391 SEABOARD RAILWAY from the Temple High School were Albert Barash, Sheldon Bernbaum and Marilyn Lee. Members of the confirmation class are Elliott Argintar. Howard Bernbaum, Doris Blichcr. Harriet Geldcrs and Elaine Gruner. Leon Goldsmith, president of the congregation, Mrs. David Goldsmith, president of the Sisterhood and Sidney I. Bernbaum, chairman of the Religious School, participated in the program. ARE YOU DEAHMD? The new Electronic Radioear just released offers new hearing brilliance, new styling, new beauty, new comfort, new service features. SEE and HEAR the entirely new and different RADIOEAR at our office. RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg., Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100 National Citizenship Education Program students, from the class of Mrs. B. Marjorie Leigh, at the Central Beach Elementary School, purchased $12,000 worth of war savings bonds during the months of April and May. according to a report from N. C. E. P. district headquarters. The National Citizenship Education Program class at Miami Beach meets at the Centra! Beach Elementary School. 14th St. and Drexel Ave. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 4 to 9 p. m., and Tuesday and Thursday 4 to 8 p. m. There is no charge for tuition as the classes are sponsored by the Immigration and Naturalization Service of the Department of Justice and the Dade County School Board. While six hundred non-citizens were naturalized during the week of May 11th, in the largest class in the history of Dade. a much larger number is expected to graduate in the next November naturalization ceremonies, as there is now an enrollment of 912 in N. C. E. P. classes to date, which is the largest of any district in the state. Other conveniently located N. C. E. P. classes are conducted at: Miami Edison Elementary School, room 22, Mon., Wed. and Fri., 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.; Buena Vista School, Tues.. Wed. and Thurs., 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.; Ada Men-it Jr. High, Monday through Friday, 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.; Highland Park, Monday through Friday, 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.;Southside School, Mon., Wed. and Fri., 10 a. m. to 12 noon, Tues. and Thurs., 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m.; Y. M. H. A., Mon., Wed. and Fri., 2 to 4 p. m.; Gesu Church (auditorium,) Mon. through Fri., 1 to 5 p. m.; Gesu Church (school.) Tues., 7 to 9 p. m. A new class has just been started in the City Hall of Florida City, Monday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, under Mrs. Cecile Wrinkle's guidance. MRS. PEARL REISMAN HEADS Y. W. H. A. FOR THIS YEAR Mrs. Pearl Reisman was unanimously elected to head the Young Women's Hebrew Organization for the coming year. Other officers all unanimously selected are: Marion Sager, st vice president: Mrs. S. B. Miller, 2nd vice president: Mrs. Julius Jacobs, 3rd vice president; Mrs. K. Greenstcin, recording secretary; Mrs. Ann Chester and Miss Frances Ginsberg, corresponding secretaries; Mrs. Louis Kotkin, treasurer; board members, Mrs. Oscar Argintar, Mrs. H. Barnett, Mrs. Joel Belov, Mrs. Abe Berger, Mrs. Frank Deutsch, Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. A. Gold, Mrs. S. Haas, Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Mrs. Minnie Lavine, Mrs. Marcy Levinson. Mrs. M. Mandel, Mrs. Stanley Myers, Rothschild, Mrs. G. Rosen M* Joseph Schaffer, Mrs H SWuT Mrs. B. Stepkin and Mr? £ Traurig. •* Election was held Wednesday evening at the Y clubrooms Committee chairmen will be an nounced shortly. Melbourne, Australia (WNS) Jewish members of the American and Australian fighting forces were granted special leaves last Thursday and Friday to attend Shevuoth services. for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In IIAIIE FEMIAL 9 mf MIAMI A SAVINGS INSTITUTION Which has never paid less than 3% on insured sayings. RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON. 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J* PAGE TWO +Je*lst flcridlan FRIDAY, MAY 29, Social Personals Clubs Organizations PERSONALS Mrs. Joseph August, of Pawtucket, R. I., is visiting her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack August at Miami Beach. • • • Robert Joseph Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Friedman, will be bar mitzvah at Temple Israel at services Friday, June 5th. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson and children will leave for their country place near Asheville, N. C, to spend their summer vacation. • • • Miss Ida Englcr arrived today from Washington. D. C, to spend several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Engler, 1637 S. W. 11th Street. • • • Under the musical direction of Miss Evelyn Raff, the well known : concertist, a concert for soldiers will be given under the auspices of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at the Center's auditorium, 1415 Euclid Ave. Sunday. May 31 at 8 p. m. Miss Edith Freeman, well known pianist, will accompany Miss Raff. She will be assisted by other artists. PARTIES Miss Ruth C. Brotman will entertain in honor of Moishe Nadi, prominent contemporary Jewish author May 30th, on Miami Beach. • • • Mrs. Clara Goldstein and Mrs. Rae Frank were hostesses at a card party for the USO at the home of Mrs. Frank Monday evening. ORGANIZATIONS The regular board meeting of the National Council of Jewish Women will be held Wednesday at 10 a. m. at the Council House. • • • The National Council of Jewish Women sponsored a garden party at the home of Mrs. Morris Jacobs. The funds raised were for defense purposes. • • • The members of the Hanita Club of the Pioneer Women's Organization were entertained at a luncheon by Mrs. Louis Rosenstein honoring members leaving the city. Entertainment was provided by Mrs. Gertrude Faber and Miss Mollie Goodlaw. It ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICES TO 416 INGRAHAM BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA EFFECTIVE, MONDAY, JUNE 1ST For the General Practice of Medicine Miss Ada Rick Miss Ada Rick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rick, whose engagement to Ben Cohen, son of Mr. Harry Cohen, was announced recently. was decided to plant 100 trees to make a street in the Forest of Pioneer Women's Organization in Palestine. The street will be named after Mrs. Lena Wolk in recognition of her work in organizing and efforts expended in Pioneer Palestine endeavors. • • • A benefit for medical aid to China was held May 20th at the South Beach Elementary School under the direction of Mrs. Renee Washer. Entertainment was provided by the Hildegard dancers (produced by Hildegard Breskin), vocal selections by Miss Nacy Friedman, violin selections by Pierre Little, accompanied by CALL 9-2664 AMBI'LAMK SERVICE A MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY fWl tCCRCTARV Of TMC TRCASURV m*lSd*t .10 THS CITtZOO 9 AMERICA! Thli tenth • new ousptlgn for ttw ulv of War Bonds and S*rlrj# 6Unp Is ondsr wy throughout ths station. It la tba fcr Bond Qiot* CaapalgQ. It ia urjantly mcMury that yoa doubla th raU at which yo •ratoo* buying war Bonds and Staaps. This will naan tha aala dlroct to Individual Aasrlcana of war Bonds and Stsjsps to tha await of not laaa than cms billion dollara every Health. Ona billion dollars a aonth la tha National quota. It la aqml to ona-tenth tha coablnad lncoass of all Aaarloana. Thla aonay la naedad to buy tha toola of war for your fi*,htljas> forces. It will not pay for all of them. Our war axpandltoraa now are at tha rate of about POUR BILLIONS a aonth, and they are pxrwlnf dally. But a billion dollara a nonth direct froa the people will amke all-out production possible. Without it we cannot do our beati vlthout.it wa cannot put forth our full effort,. It la desperately naedad for another reaaon. Wa can't flfht • wr and at tha aaaa tine live and spend aa ueual. There are not enough goods to go around — ths thirds we buy with woney. If w* jo on spending at the 1941 acale, we'll be robbing the fighting aan to add to our own comfort or pleaaare. We'll be driving up tha ooat of living for all of as. We'll be iagnslng dire hardahipe on our neighbors. What la aeked of you ta tan per cent of your aarnlnga — a tithe for Liberty. It la not a ta*f it la not even a contribution! It la a loan at interest, for your use and protection later. Tomr Government aaka you to cut down your expendltarea, TO S&VI — your boya on the firing line and in tha training camps, through year Oovernment, aak you to aave eo that they may hav* what thay need to win TOUH WAR for you — Aaerlca aaka you to aavai to SAVE TO WII THE WARJ to buy War Bonds a nd atanps up to not lsaa than ten per cent of yo ur *"= • la Liberty worth It? Ia Daaocraoy worth It? Is I mat Ins worU Uf X think I know your answer. Sincerely, CAMEO THEATRE Washington Ave at 15th MIAMI BEACH SUN., MON, TUES., MAY 30TH—JUNE 1ST Geo. RAFT Pat O'BRIEN Janet BLAIR Brod CRAWFORD Anne GWYNNE C5^>V^^oi66ux/ The above letter was sent to this newspaper by Secretary Morcenthan in Washington. We publish it in the interest of the War Bond Quota Campaign and earnestly recommend that all oar readers do their share in the tremendous job ahead of nnanctnr, the War effort. "The wise guys rom the main tem take the 3ig Town for a ride" in 1 I BfiOflDUIfly Same Program at TOWER THEATRE. Miami • • • TUES. A WED., JUNE 2-3 MILTON BERLE "Half Detective — Half Wit" In "WHISPERING GHOSTS" ORGANIZATIONS Mrs. Josephine Adler, Gloria Faust, Mariam Feit, Sonny Greenwald, Lyla Glassman, Jacqueline Goldfarb, Janet Guadagne, Sharon Jouce. Helen March, Gloria Manne, Myra Jo May, Nedra May, Jule Murovchick, Sheba and Maxine Margo, Sandra Shrager, Dawn and Tito Wintz, and Carol Washer. • • • The Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home held its last regular meeting of the 1941-42 season Wednesday, May 27th. 1:30 p. m. at the Elks Lodge, 720 West Avenue, Miami Beach. The group will meet informally during the summer months. Mrs. Clementine Kemp, newly elected president of the Chapter, has appointed the following as chairmen of the various committees: Membership, Miami, Mrs. Mary Blanche; membership, Beach. Mrs. Edith Miller; ways and means, Mrs. Midge Cohen; program, Mrs. Phyllis Newman; Happy Hearts and Cheer, Mrs. Ruth Levey and Mrs. Dorothy Stanley; hospitality, Mrs. Mildred Adler and Mrs. Jane Cohen; publicity. Mrs. Jan Jacobs; awards. Mrs. Bea Finn; telephone, Mrs. Rella Tobin; printing, Mrs. Anna Mink. PERSONALS Mrs. M. Wamer, Miami Beach visitor, has left for an extends trip to New York. ded • • • Abe Silver has left for Camn Blanding where he is statione,, as a member of the armed forces R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Ooulda, Florida Phone: Homeatead 5-44*1 Offices: Sauth Miami, Fla. PHONE 43376 FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-0828 I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at M00 N. W. 32nd Street ^:;:^ofc^•^ %  %  \:'^^:^s:•^• ?*s SK^i %  £&&£s8Ji. tr-y THE GA ROE N OF MEMORIES mourn IKBO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI


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%  I BuMM f ^HB FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1942 +Jewisti fh-ridRnn BETTER HEARING IS Outstanding improvements incorporated into the new electronic Radioear 45, latest model hearing aid on the market, have been made available to the hard of hearing in Greater Miami through Violet J. Howson, local Radioear representative, located at 209 Congress building. Radioear is an old established name in the hearing aid field and probably no other manufacturer has carried on more extensive research or brought about more revolutionary improvements in the tireless efforts of its research engineers, according to Miss Howson. The complete selection of Radioear hearing instruments includes the crystal receivers as well as models with magnetic air or bone conduction units, offering the choice of receiver that best fits the individual's hearing requirements. Experience with the new model shows more hearing and less distortion due to several factors: an increased degree of undistortcd power output with lower harmonic distortion, an extended and more uniform range of frequency response, less sense of "volume" at high power levels making for more comfortable hearing. These improvements have been augmented by the tone control built into the vacuum tube instrument which means it can be PAGE SEVEN adjusted so that the instrument fits each individual's particular hearing needs. There's nothing to forget in using the tone control. It's set once, for the tone quality required, and that's all there is to it. In many cases sound ranges which were formerly blanked out are brought into focus again making it possible for the wearer to hear sounds previously garbled and indistinct. Further information about Radioear's finer tone quality, clear, noise-free amplification that insures strainless hearing, compact design and finger-tip control may be obtained by phoning 3-2100 or calling in person at 209 Congress building for a demonstration. ADL REGIONAL DIRECTOR TO APPEAR AT CONVENTION William I. Boxerman, director of the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League, left this week for Jacksonville to attend the diamond jubilee convention of the fifth district of B'nai B'rith. Mr. Boxerman will appear on the conference program, where he will illustrate the work of the ADL through the medium of exhibits. Following the Jacksonville conference Mr. Boxerman will proceed to the National Conference of Jewish Social Work at Rochester, New York, which is being held on June 6-9. Subsequently, he will spend several days in Pittsburgh as participant in the semi-annual deliberations of the Community Relations Conference. This organization is composed of public relations counselors from twenty American Jewish communities. BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER GETS ARMY APPOINTMENT Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. Baron De Hirsch Meyer Baron De Hirsch Meyer, Wednesday was sworn in as a first lieutenant in the army air corps. He will be stationed temporarily at Miami Beach, but later will be sent to Dodge City, Kansas, where he will be attached to a British unit. He is president of the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan association, active in many communal affairs. He heads the southeastern district of the Council of Federations and is president of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. He was a member of the army co-ordinating committee which aided in the housing of air corps cadets at Miami Beach. E FOR THE NEEDY CHILDREN Ample supplies of surplus commodities will be available for Dade County to carry on a summer feeding program for needy children, it was announced today by Dr. R. E. McDonald, chairman of District No. 9 Welfare Board. The summer lunch program, a continuation of the school lunch program, may be sponsored by community groups, such as school boards, parent-teacher associations, mother's clubs, civic clubs, fraternal organizations, or even by individuals, Mr. McDonald pointed out. "It is up to the local community to take the lead in organizing these programs," he said. "Certification will be made by District Welfare Board staff, upon application. The only restriction is the elimination of the profit motive by sponsors." Mr. McDonald stated that the State Welfare Board had been notified by the Federal Marketing Administration that a larger variety of foodstuffs would be furnished for the summer lunch program this year than last. Among the commodities will be such substantials as eggs, milk, pork and beans and vegetables. "Every community, with the help of available surplus foods furnished without cost, can provide summer lunches for all its underfed children, if the proper initiative is taken," Mr. McDonald concluded. SERVICES FOR MEN IN THE ARMED FORCES FRIDAY EVE Services will be held at Beth David Congregation Friday evening from 8 to 9 p. m. for the men in the armed forces stationed at Homestead and Miami under the auspices of the local Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. A Complete Line of Delicacies DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N. W. 7th Ave., Ph. 2-9701 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best care for chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people. 125 WEEKLY UP Large Beautiful Grounds WILSON Picture Frame Shop PHONE 2-2462 We Call for and Deliver Orders 172 N. W. 1st Street J. W. B. Sees Service in Two Wars A typical Jewish Welfare Board "hut" erected during the last war to provide for the recreational needs of servicemen. The YMCA and the Knights of Columbus, as can be seen by the organizational Insignia atop the building, shared space in this particular JWB center, located in Toledo, Ohio. T hls was a eamp-wlde championship chess and checkers t*unMiMlrt, *hleh took place in a Jewish Welfare Board Hut at a 8outhern mil. x "y cantonment In 1918. Board Narks 25th Anniversary At 3 Day Session & The National Jewish Welfare Board celebrate. Its 25th anniversary at the Hotel Commodore, New York City, on April 18 through April 20, commemorating a quartercentury of service in war and In peace. The Board was formed In April, 1917, three days after the United States entered the war. With It were associated nineteen national Jewish societies, all working together to provide for the spiritual and recreational needs of the 250,000 servicemen of Jewish faith in the nation'* fighting forces. When the Board observed Its first anniversary, thousands of congratulatory messages poured in, Including cables from Gen. John J. PershIng and Marshall Foch. and a telegram from Woodrow Wilson. In the two decades of peace which followed, the JWB became the parent organization of Jewish community centers throughout the country. Fifteen additional national organizations affiliated themselves with the Board. Youth programs were Instituted, new community centers were opened, and Jewish community life In America was Strengthened and expanded. When the United States took up arms in the present war. President Roosevelt urged the formation of a group to minister to the leisuretime needs of American soldiers, and the Jewish Welfare Board, in cooperation with five agencies of other faiths, helped found the United Service Organizations. Today, through the USO, the Board is engaged in another project of spiritual guidance and recreational assistance for American servicemen. To camp areas here and overseas. It has sent scores of field workers charged with the task of maintaining morale among a new generation of fighting men. In 1942, the Jewish Welfare Board, now a member agency of the USO, operates 95 buildings and units such as the one above to provide for the recreational need* of a new generation of American soldiers. This I* the spacious Army and Navy Service Center maintained by the Board in the Panama Canal Zone, now serving as a USO club and occupied by the Red Cross, a* well a* by the local defense and civilian protective agencies. 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FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1942 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus (996 Indian Creek Drive— -12*5 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LaOorce Drive Miami Beach Phone S-1738 +Jew Is* I tor Mint, PAGE FIVE CONGREGATION SHAAREI TEFILA Miami Beach Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning; the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearingand advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in strict confidence. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, May 29th, 8:15 o'clock, conducted by Rabbi Colnian A. Zwitman. Bar Mitzvahs Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Ross invite you to attend the bar mitzvah of their son, Harvey Myron, to be held at the Temple services Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock. A reception in honor of the bar mitzyah will be held after the services. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Friedman invite you to attend the bar mitzvah celebration of their son, Robert Joseph, to be hold at the Temple service, next Friday evening, June i5th, at 8:15 o'clock. Religious School Closing Exercises Sunday morning, May 31 at 10 o'clock, a program will be presented, consisting of a series of essays, written by pupils of the various classes on the work of the year. Prizes will be given for perfect attendance and certificates for outstanding scholarship. Parents and friends are cordially invited to attend. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, June 5 at 8:15 o'clock, services conducted by Rabbi Zwitman. Plaque for Men in the Service The Bulletins of the past two weeks have carried lists of names of service men affiliated with our congregation. To the previous two lists we add the following names: Joseph I. Davis, Jack Kirchik. Raymond L. Cowen, Harold Rubin, A. N. Kaplan, jr. A plaque bearing the names of all service men who are members, or sons of members of the congregation, will be placed in the lobby of the Temple by the Men's Club in the near future. We would appreciate immensely the cooperation of our members, who will send in additional names to the Temple office. Temple Notes Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ungar upon the occasion of the engagement of their daughter, Marcella For the convenience of members we list some of the committee chairmen who are in charge of Temple and Sisterhood projects: Chairman of floral offerings for services, Mrs. Gordon Davis, phone 2-4451; Tree of Life chairman, Mrs. Jack Bernstein, phone 2-5344; chairman of uniongrams, Mrs. Henry A Kauffmann, phone 2-2097; chairman of Yahrzeit Lamps, Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, phone


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FRIDAY. MAY 29. 1942 •vJmrtsft fhrmm THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Leo Ackerman Elected Vice-President George Goldberg. Treasurer At the annual Y. M. H. A. nomination meeting held last Wednesday, Leo Ackerman and George Goldberg, both enthusiastic "Y" members for several years, were elected vice president and treasurer, respectively. It looks like a good close battle will ensue in the election for president with P. B. "Pop" Berkowitz versus Joseph A. Berman. For secretary, Frank Rose and Al Reisman, two old timers of the "Y," will vie for votes for that office. There have been so many candidates nominated for the 3-, 2-, and 1-year terms for the board, that I will not take the time to repeat them in this column because they were previously mentioned in last week's edition of The Jewish Floridian. There is no question in my mind that a greater responsibility than ever before rests on the shoulders of the officers who will be victorious in this election. We urge each and every member of the Y. M. H. A. to make it his duty to be present at the annual elections which take place next Wednesday, June 3. Chairman Ike Levin and his nominating committee consisting of Leo Ackerman, Nat Blumberg, Milton A. Friedman and Al Berkowitz will again officate at the elections. Bowling News Marty Milstein and his duckpin team look like sure winners in the first half of the Y Duckpin League. At the present time his team is leading the eight-team league by a five game margin with but five weeks left to go. However, many unexpected things have happened before and may happen again before this session is over. You are welcome to participate or view these games each and every Thursday at the Miami Recreational Alleys, 301 S. Miami Avenue, starting at 8:30. G. P. C. Sponsors Music Review Arrangements have been made for a musical review sponsored by the Girls' Progressive Club of the Y. M H. A. Several members of the group are acting as talent scouts and a good job they are doing, too; from what we see on the program. The best local young talent is being obtained, tickets are now on sale for only 25c Service men will be admitted free of charge. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the G. P. C. or at the Y office. It is hard to believe that one man can even begin, let alone to do, the many things necessary m keeping the wheels of the Y \l ti lr L m otion We cannot tnank Mr. Grossman, our executive director, enough for the many projects he has undertaken at the Y. M. H. A. Following are the many projects in connecU on .„ w lth defens e work that the Y. M. H. A. is doing for the general community: First Aid Classes, Red Cross Knitting, Service Men's Dances, Home Hospitality for Service Men, Americanization Classes and so many more that they are too numerous to mention. All is in readiness for the Home Camp opening on Monday, June 15, according to an announcement by Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A. The following staff has already been selected: Mrs. Essie Schaffer, general superintendent; Mrs. Maurice Grossman in charge of kindergarten; Dr. I. H. Schwartz in charge of athletics; Mrs. Mollie Belov, library and story telling; Mrs. Blanche Meyers, dancing; Pat Auerback, dramatics; Frances Ginsberg, arts and crafts, and the following counsellors: Don MacClosky, Harold Berkowitz, Ted Sakowitz and Madeline Schulman. The medical staff will consist of Doctors Rand, Pepper, Frehlmg, Lister and Weinkle. Each child will receive a physical examination upon entry by a camp physician. Registration will begin on Sunday morning, June 7. If you want your child to spend a pleasant summer, get in touch with the Y immediately as the enrollment is limited. PAGE THREE I, MARCHING MEN IE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI Cantor Maurice Mamches Cantor Maurice Mamches will present his end-of-season concert Sunday afternoon, May 31st. at 2:30 o'clock, at Beth Jacob Congregation. Having built an enviable reputation for himself as an artist as cantor of the Beth Jacob Congregation, Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach, and as a concert performer, he will feature the program with the rendition of a group of selections in his beautiful tenor voice. Eleanor Clark Linton, concert pianist, will be his accompanist and will also play several selections. Other assisting artists will be on the program. (Ed. Note:—Information contained in this new weekly feature is prepared by the Public Relations Committee of the Miami Army-Navy Service Organization.) By Way of Explanation This column makes its debut in The Jewish Floridian at a time when the community coordinates its efforts to the boys in the service through a Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board Rather a lengthy title, 'tis true, but it will wear well. Contributions to "Marching Men" are welcome ... If you have letters from a friend or relative in the army or navy, pass them on to us, will you? We are eager to make the column a regular feature emphasizing Jewish participation in the war effort ... Its success will depend largely upon the cooperation of the readers. "Grey Matter. Imagination and Perspiration" The genial Ike Levin and his good wife are prouder than punch of their son Bob (Lieutenant Robert B.) And why not? ... A first lieutenant at the age of 23, with the important responsibility for the technical training of men in the U. S. Ordnance Department, Bob well demonstrates the truth of the adage "There is no easy road to success." Bob worked his way through Georgia Technical School on a combination work-study plan, graduating cum laude There followed a period of training at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds, after which he enlisted in the service in 1941 ... He was made a First Lieutenant in March of this year. The career of Lieutenant Levin in a sense symbolizes the fine contributions of all American Jewish youth to the national defense effort. Typical of his attitude is a snatch from a recent letter to a friend: "I can't imagine a job that calls for more free application of grey matter, imagination and perspiration." You've got something there, Bob! "The Best of Everything" Army life offers the best of everything" Take it from Second Lieutenant Leonard M. Fisher, son of Mrs. Abe Fisher of Miami Beach Leonard, who has just been transferred to the army air corp at Ellington Field, Texas, finds that "the food is super good ... It is served restaurant style by ordering what you want from a menu with a great variety and choice of foods. Steak every meal if you want it and good steaks at that from Texas cattle" 'Tis said that an army moves on its stomach If so, there are plenty of fast motion in Leonard's neck of the woods. Leonard says that the people are very friendly and that recreation isn't at all lacking However, life is not all fun because the ground bombardier course at Ellington consists of mathematics, physics, code, naval forces, air forces, radio communication, etc. ... In about two more weeks Leonard will be transferred to the advance bomb school at Midland, Texas, and then he'll be flying regularly, an opportunity for which he can hardly wait. —Buy War Bonds Today— —Buy War Bonds Today— 1942"PC FOLKS" VACATION HEABQUARTERS-1942 Take a Two-Week Land Cruise, Including Transportation and Hotel Room Accommodations, via Streamlined Train to Riviera Hotel sad Return for only $55.00 FLORIDA'S NEWEST, FINEST, and LARGEST ALL-YEAR HOTEL. Computed January, 1942 RABBI SHAPIRO AND RABBI MESCHELOFF TO OFFICIATE Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach and Rabbi Mescheloff will officiate at the services at the Beth Jacob synagogue Sunday morning, May 31st, at a special service for the Jewish soldiers stationed on the beach. The religious service is a function of the newly formed Greater Army-Navy committee. The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami will hold special services for the Jewish soldiers stationed in the Miami area every Sunday morning at nine o'clock. RONALD MANN OF MIAMI IS TWICE AWARD WINNER Ronald Mann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mann, was the recipient of two awards this week. He was awarded a medal from the Civitan Club for a prize winning essay on Citizenship and one from the Ponce de Leon Senior High for high scholastic achievement in geometry. THE RIVIERA HOTEL BAR AND GRILL Near Daytona Beach, Florida. 'Where the Tropiee Begin" Convention and Conference Headquarters the Year Round. Capacity SCO Guests. Private Bath, Radio and Electric Fan in Every Room. Cocktail Lounge, Bar and Grill, — 3 meals daily per person Ir om $1.30. Golf Links. Artesian Swimming Pool with Sand Beach. Tennis, Badminton, Ping Pong. Croquet, Horseshoe •"d Shuffleboard Courts. Ballroom and Convention Hall. Banquet Facilities. 1,000 Acres of Spacious Grounds. COOLEST SPOT IN DIXIE, AT THE BIRTHPLACE OF THE TRADE WINDS. Where the Labrador (Arctic) Current meets the Gulf Stream, and Bathing and Fishing are Superb. Wr*e Toiay for Tree Detcrtptiv* IAteratwre. JJ*EL RIVIERA, Box 429, Daytona Beach, Fla. V. "Moat tor Ttmr Man,, in Florida.**m 1800 on Arrival and Car WIH Moat Yoo RAPID ADVANCEMENT for High School Graduates Phone or Write for Bulletin No Obligation CHARRON WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 601 Postal Bidg. Ph. 3-4859 Miami, Forida Announcement DR. R. S. SPICKARD and DR. C. C. RAY are now associated with Dr. R. S.-Akers DENTIST Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sundays: 9 to 12 Closed Saturdays 1794 N. W. 39TH ST.. MIAMI PHONE 2-2131 SOMEWHERE ON THE HIGH SEAS —These refugees, shown on shipboard escaping from the Old World lo freedom, are a few of the thousands Mill being rescued by the constituent agencies of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine. The Joint Distribution Committee has enabled 5,000 lo emigrate to the Western Hemisphere since Pearl Harbor; in the first three months ol 1942 alone 3,000 reached Palestine where the United Palestine Appeal is helping them to join in the defense and upbuilding of the Jewish homeland; while more than 2,000 who have arrived in the United States so far this year are being aided by the National Refugee Service in becoming good Americans. For Better Health Visit the MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE A Modern Institution Dedicated to Health Specializing in Rehabilitation Utilizing Laboratory Testa, Diagnosis, Radionics. Electric Therapy, Spinal Treatments. Scientific Nutrition, Massage, Colonic Irrigation. Physio Therapy, Bio.Chemistry, Vitamin Therapy and other efficient methods for the establishment of vigorous and lasting health. Special, exclusive equipment for scientific reducing. Single or course treatments. App Ojntm entS arranged by phoning 7-7896. DR. Q. F. EHRLINE Naturopathic Physician, Director 7613-15-17 Biscayne Blvd. Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom— WAR-TREAD If YOUR TIRES are getting thin. If you can't buy recaps Then the answer is WAR-TREAD WAR-TREAD actually adds 10,000 miles to a sound casing. Output limited, and only sizeB 6.00 x 16, 6.50 x 16 and 6.50 X 15 can be handled at present. EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP N. Miami Ave. at 15th Phone 2-0673 Authorized WAR-TREAD Agency Now. You. Too. Can Keep Rolling! ,), %  Have you bought your Defense Bonds yet?



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PAGE EIGHT +Je*istincri(Jiari FRIDAYJ^ AY 29. l 942 FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman Voices of Defeat When the Bradcnton "Commonwealth" announced some time ago that it had become a quarterly instead of a monthly, we had hoped that this actually meant "finis" for the hate sheet But lo! and behold! ... An April number appears which hasn't changed its tune materially Its front cover bears a resolution demanding "that an immediate armistice be arranged between the warring nations of the world without causing any brave combatant's loss of face." In plain English this means that Doc Burrows, who runs the sheet off on his own press, would have us grasp the hand of Hitler and give him an opportunity to consolidate his illgotten gains This is precisely what Schickelgruber would like to have us do. Anyone who has listened to the short-wave broadcasts from Germany, knows that Evidently the Bradenton doctor-printer has not Or has he? Wonder if Doc ever heard of Douglas Miller's "You Can't Do Business With Hitler" ... We recommend it to him ... It can be found in any public library, and on most newsstands in the pocket library scries. Congrats'. One of the best answers to Senator Reynolds, Gerald L. K. Smith, and some of the other Fascist minded boys for whom alien baiting has been a pleasant pasttime That's what we call our good friend Ernest M. Gunzburg. "Gunny." who came here from Hitler Germany, was one of several hundred admitted to citizenship a few days ago ... In connection with the event, the Miami Daily News sponsored a contest on "What Americanism Means to Me" The judges awarded one of the seven prizes on the basis of the merit of his composition. No one appreciates America more than the newcomer For him the contrast between Nazi tryanny and American freedom is so striking! What? In New York Governor Lehman has just signed a bill enforcing the banning of discrimination in industry This bill makes it a misdemeanor for a war industry corporation to discriminate against a citizen because nt his race, color or creed. Nationally, our President has set up a committee which would outlaw discrimination in defense industries, and recently the government cracked down on several violators. Notwithstanding this, some firms m various parts of the country continue in various ways to circumvent the principles laid down by the President We hear of two such firms in our own community One. a construction concern which already has a bad record in view of a prior incident, asks on its blank "What is your religion?" The other, a governmental agency, asks the applicant to state his racial descent. How do these firms square themselves in their thinking with the question of what we are fighting to defend? As our old j friend. Si Perkins, used to say: "Ain't people the doggondest things"'' Judenrein Oil B'RITH 5TH MEET SATURDAY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Sunday morning and afternoon with the appointment of convention committees, the president's message, officers reports and committee reports on the agenda. Intervening between the session is a luncheon with Governor Spessard Holland and Hon. Tom Wat$On, Florida Attorney General, as guest speakers. E. Albert Pallot, Miami, will introduce Mr. Watson and Harold Cohn of Jacksonville will act as chairman. The auxiliary agenda follows the same routinewith reports of auxiliary presidents included. Mrs. Jennie Rot fort of Miami will preside at the sessions. Sunday evening a joint cultural meeting will be featured with Emanuel Lewis, first vice presidinc. District Grand lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith as chairman. The initiation of the Sidney J. Stern class will be held and Sidney J. Stern, member Supreme Lodge executive committee, in whose honor the class is named, will respond. A symposium. "B'nai B'rith War Service in Action." with Philip Klutznick. president S. A. C; Rabbi Leonard Kasle. Hillel Then, there is that hotel on the j T|,'. *i"''T. "V w'!'.'i\/i.*," Q„„V VIV Beach which has held last to its fll "' ctor %  of Va.. Max Baer, dl"Gentile Only" policies in the face of all comers ... It was quite a sad blow, we understand, when the army moved in and officers were quartered there For even some Jewish officers were included. The management now takes great pains to explain that it still does not deviate from its policy of permitting no Jewish guests. Temporarily, it must waive its polity to the extent of letting the Jewish officers stay. From all indications, once the duration is over, this establishment again will be "Judenrein." Gut Shabbos! You don't need a ration card to buy U. S. War Bonds. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago *& UNGI.S EMI NEEDS YOUR HEALTH J*m BATHE AND PLAY AT r HOT SPRINGS rector of vocational guidance; Louis Novins, A. D. L. representative; Edward Grusd. editor the National Jewish Monthly, and Hyman Goldstein, treasurer A. Z. A.. S. A. C„ participating, to be followed by a reception. Both groups Monday will be occupied with business sessions with election of officers held that afternoon Monday evening the closing banquet will feature an address by Dr. Abram Sacher. national director Hillel Foundations. Joseph M. Glickstein will be chairman, and Edward Rosenblum, retiring president, and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. retiring president of the Auxiliary will speak. AH 9.2664 IMHll.AMt KBKVICB WOULD YOU GIVE •^•v-r. NATIONAL PARK-ARKANSAS. *;*5. i /-.-i>.... Ploy your parl in America's Victory Program by protecting and increasing your energy, vigor and heollh. Relax al this famous health spa, in the beautiful Ouachila Mountains. All sports and recreotions; two beautiful lakes with more lhan three hundred thrilling miles of picturesque shoreline. The Majestic provide* unusually fine accommodations, from single rooms lo 2, 3, and 4-room apartments for light housekeeping. Government supervised bathhouse in hotel Atce ..no 6 ICO C EMMETT KARSTON. M.r.., %  j+ '•>iS*"V.-'-'-V, 1 ,. Vf*£i^i?, EASTMAN^MAJESTIC HOTEL AND BATHS %  f HOTEL • APARTMENTS • BATHS The Eastman Hotel in the spaciousness of ill own private park. ..offers excellent rooms conveniently dote to everything.Governmenl supervised bathhouse under same roof. WALTIR E. DAVIS. I 800 ROOMS FROM ? 2 Direction: SOUTHWEST HOTELS INC.H. Gr.dy Manning. Found** A PENNY taAtop tkcrth&artacAe,? kk OST people who use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills say that one pill usually relieves their headaches. In the regular package, Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost one penny each. In the economy packages, one penny buys IVi pills. Why Don't You Try Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills? They taste good, act promptly, do not upset the stomach, contain no opiates or laxative medicines. You may be miles away from a drug store when you are suffering from a Headache, Neuralgia, or Muscular Aches and Pains'. Why not get a package of Dr Miles Anti-Pain Pills today and be prepared for emergencies? BuUr Package, 25 Pills, 25* Economy Package, 125 Pills, SI.M Bead fall ,lirNtlou la PMha. DR.MILES ANTI-PAIN PIUS MODERN "MINUTE MEN" Dr. -V 1.1... Hillel Silver National Chairman, I'niled Palestine Appeal Dr. Israel Coldstein President, Synagogue Council of America, New York David Sarnoff President Radio Corporation of America BROADCAST FOR SAVINGS BONDS: Of the 32 leading American clergymen who are serving on the National Savings Bond Minute Men Committee, seven are of the Jewish faith. These men, with leaders of the Protestant and 'Jitholic faiths, acting under the direction of David Sarnoff, president of Radio Corporation of America, are bringing the message of Savings Bonds and Stamps to the radio audience in various sections of the country. In addition to the men pictured, the following Jewish leaders are members f the committee: James G. Heller, Rabbi of Isaac M. Wise Center, Cincinnati, Ohio; Dr. Solomon Goldman, Rabbi of Congregation Anshe Emet, Chicago, 111.; and Leo Jung, Rabbi of The Jewish Center, New York City. ITJJGIJST BROSTRW^ L*^ Is the HE ST.' It's cheaper to win. Buy your Quota of War Bonds. 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