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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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. 24
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 12. 1942
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Flag Day Observance at Beach Park Sunday
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Fourth Annual Session of Y Waste Materials Sholem and Elks Lodges to
Home Camp Opens Mondaylg^^g^lCelebrate This Event Jointly
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Y. M. H. A., an-
nounces that plans have been
completed for the opening of the
4th Annual Session of the Y. M.
H A. Home Camp on June 15 at
9:30 a. m. For the past week
registration was held at the "Y"'
and the results have exceeded all
expectations.
The Y. M. H. A. Home Camp
gives a diversified program of
play and activity for children be-
tween the ages of 5 and 14. five
days a week, Monday through
Friday, from 9:30 to 4:30. The
activities at the ,'Y" include arts
and crafts, athletics, badminton,
ballet and tap dancing, basket-
ball, checkers, chess, clubs, diam-
ondball, dramatics, games, gym-
nastics, hikes, handball, hobbies,
Jewish folk lore, kamera klub,
library, music, ping pong, read-
ing hour, scrap book, sewing,
showers, shuffle board, songs,
story telling, tennis, volleyball,
c:rcus, camp fire, hot dog
roasts, pageant, playground and
watermelon festival.
Luncheon is served daily and
milk twice daily. The medical
staff, Doctors Harold Rand, Max
Pepper, Stanley Frehling and!
Larry Adler, will examine every
child before approving enroll,
ment.
A special feature this year will
be the study of Hebrew in the
afternoons
Waste rubber
tor of the Camp and is assisted I
by George J. Rach.in. treasurer; ZTZflt __f J_S the ^
Mrs. Essie Schaffer, general su-
perintendent; Mrs. Maurice
Grossman, kindergarten; Miss
Pat Auerback, dramatics; Miss
Madeline Schulman, music; Miss
Frances Ginsberg, arts and
crafts; Mrs. Molly Belov, library;
Mrs. Blanche Meyers, dancing;
Dr. I. H. Schwartz, athletics; Don
MacClosky, Harold Berkowitz
and Ted Sakowitz, general coun-
sellors.
The Camp is being held at the
"Y" building, using the building,
spacious playground, athletic
field, gymnasium, and all other
facilities at the Y. M. H A.
Registration will continue up
to the date of opening of the
Camp. Parents desiring to en-
roll children for the summer can
contact Mr. Grossman 3-4012.
I FOR REFUGEES
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Rochester. N. Y. (WNS)The
situation of 21.000 Jewish refu-
gees in Japanese-occupied Shang-
hai was described here this week
by Joseph C. Hyman, executive
vice-chairman of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, speaking at
an informal meeting of Welfare
Fund executives convened in con-
junction with the National Con-
ference of Jewish Social Welfare.
A large-scale program of relief
is being conducted today in be-
half of the 21,000 refugees in
Shanghai, Mr. Hyman stated, de-
spite the fact that that city has
been under Japanese occupation
for six months. The work is be-
'ng supervised by Laura L. Mar-
k's and Manuel Siegel. both
Americans, who represent the J.
" C. in Shanghai. Both Miss
Margolis and Mr. Siegel refused
10 leave Shanghai before the be-
ginning of Japanese-American
"Utilities, although they had am-
P'e opp(,itunity to escape when
* seemed imminent.
Although the situation of the
refugees in Shanghai is certainly
Precarious." Mr. Hyman said,
tin! W for a fact tnat at this
me the Japanese are permitting
^"ef work to continue under
*'ss Margolis' auspices much as
w ore. Programs of feeding, clo-
'?? shl'hering, medical aid and
DELEGATES OF 2,000 GROUPS
ATTEND NATIONAL MEET
New York (WNS)Delegates
representing 2,000 organizations
affiliated with the Non-Sectarian
Anti-Nazi League heard James
W. Gerard, former Ambassador
to Germany and one of the foun-
ders of the League, call upon the
German people to revolt "if they
want protection and help
from us." in an address at the
National convention of the Lea-
gue held here this week.
"It is up to the German people
to decide if they want that pro-
tection and help from us," for-
mer Ambassador Gerard said.
"It is the eleventh hourbut it
is not yet too late for them to
revolt against their rulers and
themselves play a part in final
victory."
A patriotic observance of Flag i Brig. Gen. Ralph Wooten will
! Day will be observed locally, make the presentation of awards
and steel are Sunday evening at Flamingo and the winning essays will be
among the chief needs of the na- Park> Miami Bcach. Scheduled read and successful writers in-
tion in prosecuting the war, fed-j t0 start at 7:30 p. m., the affair : troduced.
eral officials informed Florida ; win De sponsored jointly by Sho- j The Elks will present the part
XVaf f ?re ai.,a meetlne her,;!lem Lodge B'nai B'rith and Mi- of the program with the presen-
tation of colors, assisted by the
Ida M. Fisher High School band.
Depicting the history of the Flag
will conclude that portion of the
Mr. Qrossman is general direc-, f""dayVW,]fn thevuwere urSed ami Beach Elks.
to search all scrap heaps in the
and rubber lying around.
A symbolic program has been
prepared featuring the awarding
of a huge trophy and several
Seymour Martin, industrial ; medals to the winners of an essay | program which will be under the
specialist of the War Production j contest among students of the
Board, one of the meeting speak- Miami Beach Senior and Junior
ers. held in the Columbus Hotel, High schools.
declared: More than 1100 entries on the
"With all the rubber we can subject, "Our Flag and Country"
get under the present rate of sal- !were Judged by the award com-
vage production we will be more
than 200.000 tons short of all
needs at the end of 1942. To an-
swer that need, rubber scrap col-
lection must be speeded up im-
mediately."
Martin estimated that 80 per
cent of scrap rubber now being
collected is going directly into
planes, tanks, guns and other
war work, and that the remain-
ing 20 per cent is being used only
for the most pressing civilian
needs.
He warned dealers that no
scrap rubber can be destroyed in
any way, a federal Jaw prohibit-
ing destruction, and that no scrap
rubber may be used to repair
tiresthe rubber must be sent
through dealer channels to the
factories. Martin said that to
meet the requirements the gov-
ernment is already using miscel-
laneous rubber items, such as
bath mats, auto mats, rubber
hose, and the hundred other
things that can be turned into
rubber parts for war uses.
It is estimated that there is
much rubber lying around in
country streams, gathering dust
in barns, attics and basements,
hanging from trees for kids to
swing on, making home made
flower pots for farmers' front
yards, and includes perhaps half
of the 900,000.000 tires the public |
has thrown away since World
War I.
mittee. James B Wilson, super-
intendent of Dade County School
Board; Sydney Ellison, principal
Miami Beach Senior High School;
Harry Simonhoff, chairman of
B'nai B'rith Anti Defamation
committee; and Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, spiritual leader of
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach.
direction of Dr. Maurice Klein.
Nat Roth, chairman of B'nai
B'rith Americanization commit-
tee will then take charge. Vocal
selections by Edward Ginsburg,
baritone, will be heard. George
Smathers, U. S. Assistant Dist-
rict Attorney, will be the prin-
cipal speaker and will be intro-
duced by Burnett Roth, president
of Sholem Lodge. David W.
Isaac, chaplain of the air corps
school, will deliver the bene-
diction.
Service men from the entire
area are invited to attend.
NOTED LAWYERS COMPILE
RECORD OF NAZI CRIMES
London (WNS)A committee
of internationally-known lawyers
has begun to compile a record of
Nazi crimes against the civilian
populations in the occupied coun-
tries for presentation to the post-
war peace conference, it was re-
ported this week by the London
"Reynolds News." The report
will include crimes committed
against Jews and non-Jews.
JUNE 22ND AS AID
10 RUSSIA OAY
Governor Spessard Holland has
proclaimed June 22nd, the anni-
It is believed here that a spe- versary of the German invasion
cial court will be established of Russia, as Aid to Russia Day
after the war to try high-ranking fr tne State of Florida. Aid to
Nazi officers who ordered atroc- Russia Day is being celebrated
ities against civilian populations., nationally and plans for its ob-
A similar fact-finding committee servance are being made by a
is now functioning in Moscow committee headed by former Gov.
with the cooperation of the Jew- Alfred E. Smith of New York, C.
ish Anti-Fascist Committee of C. Burhngham. and former U. S.
the Soviet Union. Solicitor General Thomas D.
__________________ Thacher.
U. S. AIDS THOUSANDS IN Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia
30 LANDS SINCE WAR START of New York has named the en-
______ tire week of Juno 21 as "Russian
New York (WNS)In the first War Relief Week "
6 months since Pearl Harbor war The local committee of Rus-
ARCHBISHOP SAYS WORLD Meeting speakers emphasized, re|ief and reconstruction pro- sian War Relief has planned to
MUST NOW PROTECT RIGHTS tnat people may aid in this j grams in Allied and neutral coun- celebrate this anniversary with
______ j necessary campaign by gathering | trics in Europe, in the Jewish a tag day on June 22nd, to be
Declaring a,] old rubber around their homeland in Palestine and among preceded and followed by a se-
homes and yards and getting it rt.Iugc0S in tne United States ries of events the first of which
to waste dealers promptly {nave aided hundreds of thous- is the Chamber Music Contort
ands of persons in more than 30 sponsored by the University of
London (W N S)
that the rights of minorities must
be protected by a just world or-
der, the Archbishop of Canter-
bury included a statement on the
N. Y. COMPTROLLER PRAISES lands, it was announced by Will- Miami School of Music to be held
problems of Jews in the preface! JEWISH WAR CONTRIBUTION
to his report of the "Commission
of Churches for International
Friendship and Social Responsi-
bility" published here this week.
"Doing justice to the Jews,"
the Archbishop stated, "will be
one text of a juster world order.
A true international order will be
solicitous of the rights and needs
of minorities. There are both ra-
cial and religious minorities and
Monticello, N. Y. (W N S)
State Comptroller Joseph V. O-
Leary declared that the contribu-
tion of the Jews "forms an es-
sential element of the
iam Rosenwald. Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise,
national chairmen of the United
Jewish Appeal.
American pattern," at the annual
state convention of the Jewish
War Veterans.
"While the Jews today consti-
tute about three percent of our
11.608 JEWISH-OWNED SHOPS
general \ "ARYANIZED" IN RUMANIA June 22nd at 4 p m.
on Friday, June 12 at 8:30.
Among the affairs scheduled
is a concert to be sponsored by
Mana-Zucca, well known Miami
composer and pianist, who will
present a concert in her home on
child
care are being conducted."
Paying tribue to the heroism of
MM Margolis and Mr. Siegel in
said '"* t0 their posts' Mr' Hvman
Cnm The Joint Distribution
ommittee is indeed fortunate in
mocal'bre of the men and wo-
n who represent it abroad."
both have been persecuted. Prob- j total population," he said, "I am
ably the most difficult single j reliably informed that about 8|
problem confronting the world I percent are now in military ser-
today in the sphere of minorities
is that of the Jews, because they
are partly a racial group and
partly a religious onecapable
alike of complete assimilation and
of the most stubborn particular-
ity."
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vice.
"When you hear whisperings
against Jews or against any other
segment of our population, it is
a 1,000 to 1 chance that such
whisperings originated in the evil
minds of the Nazis seeking to di-
vert us from the unity so neces-
sary for victory."
Plans arc under way for a
Stockholm (WNS)The Bucha- Russian Nite to be held on June
rest radio reported this week that 21 at Beth David Congregation
the Rumanian Government has at 7:30 p. m.
completed the "Aryanization" of Special emphasis is being placed
1 1,608 Jewish-owned shops, on the tag day which will cover
which employed 28,173 Jewish the important centers of Greater
workers. The Jewish employees Miami. Volunteers who wish to
were ousted during the "Aryan- help the local committee are
ization" process and replaced by urged to communicate with Miss
loyal followers of the Antonescu Mildred Zinn, executive secre-
regime. i tary, at the local committee's
The report said that 3,563 Jew- headquarters, 828 Washington
issh shops have been "Aryan-1 Avenue, Miami Beach. Tele-
ized" located in Bucharest, 1,151
in Transylvania and 8,694 in
Moldavia.
phone 5-3660.



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FRIDAY, JUNE 12, i942
Social
Personals
Clubs

Organizations
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Fried-
man announce the birth of a son
at Jackson Memorial Hospital
Thursday.

Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Margolis an-
nouncc the birth of a baby boy
Tuesday morning at the St. Fran-
cis Hospital. The bris will take
place Tuesday, June 6th. Both
Mother and baby are doing
nicely.
PARTIES
Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern.
55 N. E. 57th Street, gave a par-
ty in honor of their niece. Muriel
Auslander, last Sunday evening.
Juno 7th, in celebration of her
graduation from Miami High.

A farewell luncheon will be
Rendered Mrs. Abraham A. Kell- _
nir. wife of Rabbi Abraham Kell-'
ncr of the Miami Jewish Ortho- '
dox Congregation. Tuesday noon.,
June 16th,. at the Palatial Res-j
taurant. by a group of her |
friends. No formal invitations,
have been issued. Anyone wish- j
ing to attend will please call Mrs.
George Chertkof. 3-7223. for res-
ervations.
ORGANIZATIONS
Monday, at a luncheon, the Mi-
ami Chapter of Senior Hadassah
held a meeting of the old and
newly elected board mem I his
with Mrs. Milton Sirkin. presi-
dent of the Chapter, presiding.
Board meetings, held once a
month, will be continued
throughout the summer. Plans
were formulated for the sum-
mer's and the ensuing year's ac-
tivities.
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Mrs. Essie Schaffer
General Superintendent, Y. M. H.
A Fourth Annual Home Camp,
opening June 15.
EDUCATORS RE-ELECT RABBI
BLUMENFIELD AS PRESIDENT
Rochester, N. Y.The 17th an-
nual conference of the National
Council for Jewish Education
concluded its five day sessions at
Rochester, with the election of
Rabbi Samuel M. Blumenfield,
dean of the College of Jewish
Studies of Chicago, as president.
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UaAold Rand, m.&.
announces removal oi his offices
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FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF MEDICINE
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A YANK IN HOLLAND TANGLES WITH A
HEILrN' HITLER HEEL!
JOAN BENNETT FRANCHOT TONE
in
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it
Mrs. Sid H. Palmer left Sun-
day for Baltimore. Md.
Belle Tannen returned to the
city after a visit in the north.
Jules Bernstein left Sunday on
a business trip to Washington.
D. C.

James Leonard of Atlanta re-
turned after a short stay in Mi-
ami.
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E. Raphael underwent an ap-
pendectomy Monday at the St.
Francis Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Day J. Apte left
for a two week's vacation in the
Berkshsire Mountains.
Ida Engler returned to Wash-
ington. D. C. after a brief visit
here with her family.

Stanley C. Myers returned to
the city after a business trip to
Washington, D. C.

Peter Garvett of Camp Lee.
Virginia, is visiting with his par-
ents for a ten day stay.
e
Naomi and Rita Grossman left
Friday to spend the summer in
the north visiting relatives and
friends.
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Paul Wcitzman of Miami Beach
left for New York where he will
visit for a month with relatives
and friends.

Mrs. Bernie Greenstein, the
former Bernice Miller, will ar-
rive Friday from Augusta, Ga.,
to visit with her family.
e e
Rev. P. S. Clein and daughter,
Mrs. Sam Coplon, of Atlanta,
brother and niece of Wm. Clein
of this city, returned after a brief
visit here with their family.
e
Mrs. Joe Goldstein of Galax.
Virginia, 1st vice president of
District No. 5, B'nai B'rith Aux-
iliary is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, and is
the house guest of her brother-
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
George Chertkof.
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Sclig Estroff and Sam Luby,
Jr., members of Miami's younger
set, are now active in making
plans preparatory to leaving for
Camp Osceola, Hcndersonville,
N. C, where they will serve as
counsellors for the summer sea-
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NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
CIVIC LEAGUE OF MIAMI
BEACH ELECTS OFFICERS
A meeting for the nomination
of officers of the Civic League
of Miami Beach was held at their
regular dinner at the Caribbean
Hotel, Tuesday evening. Mem-
bers unanimously elected to serve
were: Sidney T. Weiss, president;
Carl Gordon. 1st vice president;
Marty Milstein. 2nd vice presi-
dent; Harold Ungerleider, secre-
tary and Henry Green, treasurer.
Four members were elected to
the Board of Directors: Dr. I.
Gordon, Harry Sirkin and Chas.
Tobin wore re-elected with Henry
Ungerleider, Sr as the new
member.
Tuesday evening, June 16th, at
a dinner meeting at the Cadillac
Hotel these newly elected offi-
cers will be inducted.
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Berne (WNS)-Three hundred
and fifty-seven Jewish "Commu.
nists" have been executed since
January 1st, 1942, in various parts
of the puppet state of Croatia, it
was officially announced in the
pro-Nazi newspaper "Dorm Zei-
tung," published in Belgrade,
which arrived here this week.
The Nazi organ said that the
Jews were put to death for anti-
Fascist activities. "Donu Zeitung"
disclosed also that 600 "Commu-
nists and guerillas." the majority
of them Jews, are being held in
the concentration camp at Petro-
vakova pending trial for acts of
espionage and sabotage. It vvas
indicated that these 600 persons
would be condemned to death.
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Temple Israel Sisterhood held
a card party Wednesday at the
Schwartzberg Hall. Mrs. Isadore
Gold, Mrs. Alex Gordon, Mrs.
Moe Weinerman and Mrs. Jo-
hanna Schloss served as hostes-
ses.
B'nai B'rith Auxiliary spon-
sored a membership tea at the
home of Mrs. Harry Halpern,
3336 North Flagler Drive. A so-
cial hour followed.
Beth El Sunday School held
their annual picnic Sunday morn-
ing at Bethesda Park.
Master David Aaron, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aaron, was
one of many who played at the
recital of Mrs. G. W. Bingham
at Trinity PI. Monday.
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ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
A duty every man
owes himself and his
family is that of pro-
viding a final resting
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 ita
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 i
not subject to the
whims and caprices of
an___annually___elected
group of officers who
know nothing of pro-
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sonal or financial res-
ponsibility to you.
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quate burial protection for your familyby paying ou
to some organization which offers burial PacJe.-.,.".
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Families completely torn apart, scattered among *y*n9'
ere, lack of upkeepall because ths head of the famuy
THOUGHT he had provided properly.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 12. 1942
Jew!st FhridUr
PAGE THREE
MARCHING MEN
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
,<& ^SSSF8SM5g*?* m"sician on the Beach-
',,.,1 by tho I'ubiic Relations Com- He has a B. M. degree and has
Sr^Mn"' Army-Navy taught music in the schools .
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,.,. i irganliaton.)
Morton Spivack also shines in
the orchestra.
Jewish Talent
The Jewish boys in training on when a~^ vaudeville show
thc Beach are doing their bit to- was presented at Flami '* gJJ
ward making their off hours more ; Greenberg, former Tiger star now
pleasant for themselves and oth- in the officcr caildSte^K
,.. A survey of some of the i was interviewed by Pt D
home talent producmg the radio Frorrier, we], knowny ^ JJjJ
and other shows reveals he fol- Cr It was quite an experience
lowing: Lined up in front of the for both of them H
WKAT microphone recently on
Wednesday night were Privates: They Have Answered
Harry Friedman and Irving Beginning this week, we will
Friedberg, rattling off the scripts.
At Flamingo Park a Monday
night program included Private
print the names of those Jewish
men who, according to our rec-
. ords, have answered their coun-
Jack Frohmann as master of cer-: try's call to duty This list
emonies, Eddie Cohen, novelty will not be complete, but you
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tap dancer, and Irving and Irv-
ing, tap dancers.
can help to complete it by send-
ing us the name or names of
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And at the officer candidate friends or relatives in the armed
school the newly-formed orches- forces > It is very important
tra has Benjamin Weiner as one that eventually we know exactly
of three handling the trombone what number of Jewish men from
section About Private Bela Greater Miami are in the army or
Urban a whole column could be navy Your cooperation will
written He's the boy with the be most appreciated,
violin that talks He probably Here, then, is a partial roll of
has been called upon more than honor:
Hymen Altman
Sidney Aronovitz
Nathan Baker
Sidney Berk
Jacob B. Chertok
Walter H. Cohn
Stanley Davis
Rubin M. Dayan
Joseph J. Drucker
Leonard M. Fisher
Sid Franklin
Bernie Freeman
Harold Friedman
Irving Gold
Morns D. Goldberg
Aaron Goldenblank
Hyman Greenberg
Leonard Greenblatt
Ed. N Greenblatt
Arnold Greenfield
Jerome P. Jacobs
Arthur Kahn
Lawrence H. Kahn
Ely Katz
E. Melvin Katz
M. S. Kaufman
Victor Kohn
Harold Leibman
Robert Levin
Marshall Levy
Saul Litchfield
Lee Lincoln
Milton L. Lipsitz
Jos. D. Rosenstein
Is. "Red" Mayers
Maurice Orovitz
Alfred Plant
Robert Richter
Jerome Rifkin
Or. I. J. Rosen
Maurice Grossman, chairman
of the social-recreational commit
Samuel M Rosen
Irving Rotfort
Carl Rothstein
Arnold Rubin
Harold M. Rubin
Irwin D. Rubin
Joseph Rubin
Shendon M. Rutter
Samuel W. Shapiro
David Shubow
Walter Silver
Louis F. Snetman
Elry Stone
Louis Teitelbaum
Philip Tepper
Aaron B. Weider
M. S. Weintraub
Robert Weiskopf
M. W. Wishnick
Maynard A. Abrams
David M. Albert
Alan I Benjamin
George J. Block
Saul Broida
Philip Cass
Maurice Fisher
Henry M. Fishman
Harry Friedman
Irving M. Ginsburg
H. Aaron Jacobs
M. S. Altmayer
J. H. Goldsmith
A. W. Greenberg
T- C. Greenstein
Leonard F Gross
Benj. S. Grossman
Jay B. Kanter
W. F. Kraemer
Irving S. Lefset
Jacob Lindheimer
Robert Marcus
Ed. J. Margulies
Bern. I. Miller
Jul. E Newbauer
Albert E. Ossip
Morris L. Popover
Benj. Richman
Earl Rosenfield
Paul H. Marks
Irving Rosenthal
Irving Rubin
Marvin S. Rubin
Manuel Serkin
David Silverman
Leonard Stillman
Abraham W. Ger
Clarence Turkel
Don Solomon
A. N. Kaplan. Jr.
Jack R Kirchik
Murry Berger
David Goldfine
Lewis Berner
Baron deHirsch Meyer
Joseph H. Rubin
Milton C. Weintraub
Maurice M. Pollack
Philip B. Polak
S. D. Weissbuch
Milton Feller
Leonard Rosenblatt
Henry Chenet
Joseph Deckelbaum
Rafael Yunes
David Nathanson
Daniel E. Madison
David Hollub
Moness Schwertok
tee, subsidiary of thc Army and
avy Committee, announces the
following appointments:
Girls' list of junior hostesses
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, chair-
man.
Hospitality_Mrs Ida Optner.
Mrs. Monte Selig, co-chairmen;
Martin Levine
Hospital and sick committee
Mrs. Walter Bronston, Mrs. Flor-
ence Hacker. Mrs. Sam Weissel,
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Anna
Brooks, and Mrs. B. H. London.
Committee for recreation at
Miami BeachRudy R Adler and
Mrs. Walter Bronston.
Committee for recreation at
A'rs Milton Sirkin, associate MiamiMrs. Essie Schaffer and
cha'rman. Mrs. Ida Optner.
In conjunction with regular
National Citizenship Education
Program classes at Gesu Church
and Gesu School there is avail-
able a course in elementary Eng-
lish, taught by Mrs. Gertrude
Coyne, Monday through Friday,
from 7 to 9 p. m.
These classes are open to nat-
ive-born Americans as well as
non-citizens, and there is no
charge for tuition as the classes
are sponsored by the federal im-
migration and naturalization
service and the Dade County
school board.
There seems to be some misun-
derstanding in the public mind
as to the functions of National
Citizenship Education Program
classes. The prevalent thought
in relation to citizenship respon-
sibility would seem to be that
once a large number of foreign-
born are naturalized and wel-
comed with appropriate ceremon-
ies, they are on their own. "This
is far from being the case," stat-
ed W. W Eyster, district direc-
tor, immigration and naturaliza-
tion service of the Department of
Justice. "The objective of the
National Citizenship Education
Program is to provide a perman-
ent program for the recognition
of the assumption of citizenship
responsibilities on the part of
foreign-born on being adopted as
citizens under the naturalization
process, and also on the part of
nalive-born on reaching their ma-
jority.
Under our democratic system,
these two sources provide the
now blood necessary to replenish
our eligible list of voters who
take the place of the electors
who drop out, either by death
or migration to other countries
for permanent residence.
The kind of country in which I
we shall live and the kind of
government by which we shall
be governed in the future de-
pends from year to year on the
character of these new citizens
and the degree of interest they
take in the responsibilities of
government.
It, therefore, behooves every
citizen and every organization to
provide the means by which
these new citizens shall under-
stand the principles of true
American democracy and how to
act upon their responsibilities.
The present citizen upon whom
the responsibilities of govern-
ment now rest, have themselves
long been negligent in recogniz-
ing this situation and have al-
lowed both sources of replenish-
ment to take on responsibility
of citizenship without any form
of guidance and little or no coun-
sel. This negligence is dangerous
in peacetime in that special
groups may easily take advant-
age of this negligence to exploit
the ballot to their own selfish
interests, and these interests are
the undesirable kind. But in war-
time such negligence is doubly
dangerous as it allows the enemy
the avenue of approach he needs
to undermine our very founda-
tionsa ready-made audience
for their insidious propaganda.
These young men and women
taking on citizenship duties for
the first time need counsel and
guidance, and so do those of
foreign birth who have just been
adopted as citizens. To let them
just grow like Topsy is danger-
ous. Let every organization bestir
itself that we may seek to obtain
unity through intelligent effort,
and let every citizen do like-
wise." Following this train of
thought, N ,C. E. P. classes grow
speedily. There are now 941 stu-
dents studying citizenship in
Dade County.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Biography of Philip Berkowitz.
Newly Elected President of
the Y. M. H. A.
Phil Berkowitz, better known
as P. B., was born in Russia in
1884. At the age of 5, he left for
Jerusalem where- he remained
for 10 years. He came to the
United States in 1899 and lived
in New York until 1910. He
moved to Savannah, Georgia,
where he remained until 1913 and
then went on to Jacksonville,
where his six children were born.
In 1924 he came down to Miami
and settled here. His wife and
six children, 4 boys and 2 girls,
are all active in the Y.M.H.A.
and other communal work in the
city. P. B. is a member of the
Shriners, Masons, Elks, Propellor
Club, Orthodox Synagogue, Zion-
ist Organization and B'nai B'rith.
He owns and operates the A. and
B. Pipe and Metal Company lo-
cated in Miami. His greatest hope
and desire is to see the realization
of a Jewish Community Center
Building, and believe you me, P.
B. is the man who can bring this
about.
Next WeekLeo Ackerman.
Joe Lipton Heads Installation
Committee
Joseph I. Lipton is chairman
of the Installation Committee of
the Y. M. H. A. Installation will
be held in the near future. Mem-
bers of this committee are: Harry
Schwartz, Leo Chaiken and Sam
Seitlin. Stanley C. Myers is the
Installing officer. This will be a
joint installation between the Y.
M. and Y. W. H. A. The Installa-
tion Committee for the Y.W.H.A.
is as follows: Mrs. Julius Jacobs,
chairman, Mrs. Aaronson, Mrs.
Grossman. Mrs. Stepkin, and
Mrs. Levinson. More details will
be given in a later issue.
Service Men's Dance Saturday
Night
The weekly Service Men's
Dance will be held this Saturday
night at the Y. M. H. A. The fol-
lowing hostesses will preside:
Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mrs. M. J.
Furman, Mrs. Murry Koven, Mrs.
Albert E. Rosenthal, Mrs. Esther
Silverman, Mrs. George Gerson,
Mrs. Herbert Scher, Mrs. Morris
Rosenberg, Mrs. William Wilkens
and Mrs. Sam Feldman.
Diamondball
The Y. M. H. A. Diamondball
Team defeated the Civil Service
Team of the Naval Air Station
last Tuesday night by a score of
6-0. Irwin Berger and Mitchell
Goldman were the batteries for
the "Y" team and made an ex-
cellent showing.
Bowling Standings
Team Standings:
W
Marty Milstein ............18
Hal Berkowitz..............16
Abe Berkowitz.......15
H. Schwartz ...12
Al Berkowitz.......11
Al Reisman___ 11
S. Weinkle.. ...7
H. Levinson .............6
Individual Averages:
M, Milstein..........................
Abe Berkowitz .................
G. Chertkof _....................... 102.
Sol Levin ............._........ 101
S. Seitlin................_.-.._............99
M. Mirelson.................99
L
6
8
9
12
13
13
17
18
107
104
H. Schwartz .................
Al Reisman..........___
S. Weinkle
98
.98
97,
Al Berkowitz............................ 97;
High Game: Herman Waitsman
140; High Set: H. Levinson, 362;
S. Seitlin, 362:
i
NATIONAL COUNCIL
IEWISH WOMEN
A class in First Aid will be
held at Council House beginning
Tuesday, June 23 at 10 a. m. If
you are interested in joining this
group, please call Council House,
3-6554.
The Council of Jewish Women
has charge of the canteen at the
Service Men's Club on Biscayne
Boulevard, every Wednesday eve-
ning.
"A
FRIEND
IINJNEED"
KEY WEST
NOTES
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
Miss Cynthia Pearlman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pearlman.
and Murray Projector, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Harry Projector of New
York City, were married last
week at the Pearlman residence,
707 Simonton street. Rabbi L.
Lehrer performed the ceremony.
Only relatives and close friends
witnessed the event
Mrs. Projector is a teacher of
Key West High School, having
graduated from Florida State
College for Women.
Mr. Projector is a graduate of
Columbia University with an M.
A. degree.
The couple left on a honey-
moon trip through Florida and
in Washington. They will make
their home for the present in
Chicago where Mr. Projector is
attending an army school.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 12. l942
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VOLUME 15 NUMEBER 24
SIVAN 27, 5702
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 12. 1942
Betraying Religious Liberty
(EM. n<-ip: Replying i" a charge
made this week by Rev. Daniel
Iverson, pastor of the Bhenandoan
Presbyterian Church of this <-11>.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual head
of Miami's Pioneer Congrega-
tion, Beth David, severely takes
ti> task the minister Iverson
charged thai approval '>f Sunday
football games by the Miami city
commission would Immediately
cause .i schism between the re-
ligious groups i>f the area and
creati .1 factionalism with Pro-
testants on one side opjwsing
Catholics :<"'! Jews on the other.)
It was my intent to keep silent
about the "Iverson Issue" even
though he excoriated Catholics
and Jews by setting them aside
from Protestants in a free demo-
cracy, in his statement this past
week of the possible formation of
a Protestant Church Group in
this area as against a Catholic
and a Jewish group if football
games are permitted on Sundays
in the Stadium. I believe, in a
war crisis where undemocratic
utterances arc made we dare not
assume a "hush-hush" policy,
but we must speak out boldly.
At the request of the editor of the
Jewish Floridian, I give this state- j
ment to the Jewish press refus-,
ing to give a statement to the
general press under the "heat of
argument". I had hoped that with '
the passing of time perhaps a
word of explanation or retraction
would come from the "man of
God" who as a true Christian
Fundamentalist should have
grasped the full meaning of the
text of his teacher, the Nazarene,
"Fear not them which kill the
body, but rather those who kill
the soul." The setting of group
against group even by inference
alone is unchristian and un-
democratic. It is treasonable even
to posit such thoughts in the
minds of Americans, be they Fun-
damentalists or otherwise.the .
"better than thou" attitude. In 1
the words of Robert Browning,
"all service ranks the same with i
God; there is no last or first.":
It is no mere accident that our
constitution paraphrases the bi-;
blical concept by declaring that
"all men are created equal."
I lift up my voice in protest
not alone against Mr. Iverson*s
audacity to dictate to a city com-
mission its responsibilities to
devotees of our democracy which
is our common heritage and
birthright, but against all men
or groups of similar thought.
Have we forgotten the lesson
when the Lord's Day Alliance
proposed the same thing in the
past? Not alone did they become
interested in the Sunday Sabbath
but in the passage of the eigh-
teenth amendment with political
lobbying in Washington. Did they
not desire to pass an amendment
to the United States constitution
recognizing the Christian Sab-
bath as the National Sabbath Day
ultimately uprooting religious li- j
berty in America? The reason [
being to pave the way for the
concersion of the Constitution
and the legislative code of the
country into documents that
would read like Catecsisms and
Confessions of faith. At first it.
was the prohibition of amuse-
ments oil Sunday that was de- j
manded. then amateur sports:
placing the taboos of ccclesiasti-
cism on the civil government. t
And then of course they will
clamor for enforced church at-,
tendance and finally for a con-
stitutional declaration of Protes-
tant Christianity as the estab-
lished faith of America. What
that means we have but to read
' the history of the Massachusetts
colony to find out. It is not mere
idle suspicion on my part or fear
that prompts this statement for
that is what narrow, bigoted re-
ligionists are clamoring. What
right docs Mr. Iverson have to
inject himself into the school
System of this area with religious
control over Shenandoah School?
Thank God there arc Christian
teachers in Miami, men of true
faith, men of conviction, of zeal,
of learning who have also raised
their voices in protest against the
unwarranted attack upon the or-
ganic city commission of Miami.
I believe Mr. Iverson should
study his Bible literally and re-
member the words of his Master,
"Think not that I come to des-
troy the Law or the Prophets. I
come not to destroy but to ful-
fill." Namely, that all children
are the sons of God and every
day is the Day of the Lord, not
only the Sabbath. He should
know that when the Nazarene
was asked. "Which is the first
commandment?" he answered.
"Hear, O Israel, the Lord, our
God is one Lord." He taught the
unity of God and by the same
token the unity of man irrespec-
tive of theological differences.
Surely, little men always try
to circumvent God's Word to fit
with their religious pattern, but
do "little men of God" forget
that in the past they were con-
sumed by divine wrath? We
should repeat again and again
wherever bigotry embraces re-
ligious leaders and laymen that if
the Nazarene were to come back
lo earth today such bigots would
bar him because he is a Jew and
observes Saturday as the Day of
Rest. Or if St. Peter would come
to life today he would not be
admitted as a guest at many of
the hotels and apartments in this
area because he is a Hebrew.
What sort of Americans are
they who would deny sincerity
and honesty of conviction to their
fellow citizens, and where is the
sense of justice in men who lay-
ing claim to respect for them-
selves and their religious con-
victions are wanting in the most
elementary decent regard for the
religious beliefs and opinions of
others?
"We must yield the liberties
we demand," was the precious
motto of William Penn. I com-
mend this Quaker motto to the
conscience of Iverson and other
Sabbatarians of today, the would-
be political leaders of tomorrow.
I commend this motto to them
whom I verily believe to be the
enemies of religious progress in
America as well as the foes of
American democracy.
THE MODERN MINUTE MAN
ADRIFT 7 DAYS, 2 JEWISH
SEAMEN REACH NEW YORK
New York (WNS)Two Pal-
estinian Jewish seamen, one of
them 19 years of age, were taken
to New York this week by an
American tanker which rescued
them in the South Atlantic where
they had been adrift in an open
boat for 7 days after their ship
was torpedoed by an Axis sub-
marine.
The two Jewish seamen, Efraim
Cukier and Joseph Czapiro, were
! helping to maintain the lifeline
of the United Nations when their
ship, a Dutch freighter, was sent
to the bottom. Cukier. a former
student at the Haifa Naval Acad-
emy, has been at sea for three
years although he is now only
19 years old.
Despite his recent experience,
the young Jewish sailor told
newsmen that he was anxious to
secure a birth on a ship headed
for the Near East so he could
rejoin his family in the Emek
region of Palestine. He has not
seen his family since January,
1941 .when he signed on an Ital-
ian freighter that had been cap-
tured by the British.
Cukier, an oiler, was asleep in
the forecastle when the Nazi tor-
pedo struck his ship. He ran on
deck and helped to launch one
of the freighter's two lifeboats.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
fjtAJMj, eonfidentiai
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
POLITICAL COMMENT
W. M. Kiplinger, editor of the famous Kiplinger letters
whose book, "Washington Is Like This," is on the road to
becoming one of the nation's best sellers, has this to say about
Jewish government employees: "Jew number about four per
cent of all government employees, which is in proportion to the
number of the Jews in the population of the country" jn
some departments there is "a disproportionate numbers of
Jews," while in other departments there are virtually no Jews
at all, he adds Have we told you that when Governor
Herbert H. Lehman leaves Albany next yearhe's not up for
re-electionhe will exchange his cononelcy for a brigadier-
generalship? ... For those who want to call our local Nazti-
man pediculous, Winchell has created a new word: swasti-
kootiess.
DOPE ON RACES
If you're not entirely convinced that "racial theories" are
the bunk, consider the case of Count Richard N. Coudenhove-
Kalergi, president of the Pan-Europa Union, who for decades
has been working for a free and united Europe He's in this
country now, for Hitler doesn't like him at allalthough the
Count is pure Aryan on his father's side, and undiluted Jap.
anese in his maternal ancestry His father. Count Heinrich
Coudenhove-Kalergi, you may remember, was a serious stu-
dent of anti-Semitism and the author of an important book of
this trend, which he deplored and condemned Count Rich-
ard, of course, follows in his father's footsteps in this regard.
JEWISH NEWS
The Committee for a Jewish Army is now hitting on all
cylinders in the Midwest, where the Zionist rank and file rec-
ognizes that it is the only medium through which to work for
the formation of a Jewish Army in the Near and Middle East.
Thanks to the Union of American Hebrew Congregations' Ar-
thur Meyerowitz for reminding us of another instance of a
Biblical prophet foretelling present-day events This time
it's Ecclesiastes, the Preacher, who seems to have given an
excellent picture of the modern blackout inspired by fear of
"that which is high"bombing planes to you Look it up in
your own Bible (Chapter 12, verses 3-6) It's news when a
scientific enterprise prospers, so we herewith convey our con-
gratulations to Prof. Jekuthiel Ginsburg, head of the Depart-
ment of Mathematics at Yeshiva College, on the acquisition
of a Doctor of Science degree, conferred on him by Columbia
University honoris causa This makes June a month of dou-
ble celebration for Dr. Ginsburg, for Scripta Mathematica, the
quarterly of which he is the editor and founder, held a big
dinner last week And at this dinner a drive was announced
for a $10,000 Tenth Anniversary Fund to assure the future of
Scripta, as was the fact that the fund already has a good
start with a number of donations, among them a gift of $1,000
from Harvey Schwamm and another of $250 from Abraham
Mazer.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
A theory to which we'd like to know Hitler's reaction is one,
mentioned in the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia's article on
Japan, which considers the Nipponese to be descendants of the
Ten Lost Tribes of Israel The reasoning by which one N.
McLeod reached this conclusion some seventy years ago is
ingenious to say the least For the details, with ilustrations,
we refer you to Volume Six of The Encyclopedia From this
volume we learn also that Nahida Ruth Lazarus, wife of the
famous German Jewish scholar Moritz Lazarus and editor ot
his posthumous autobiographical books, was born a Christian,
became a disciple of Lazarus, and was converted to Judaism
when she married her teacher That another Lazarus,
Eleazar S. (he was the grandfather of the famous American
poet Emma Lazarus), was the editor of the first Hebrew prayer
book published in North America back in 1826 That one
David Levi. who lived in London in the eighteenth century,
holds the distinction of having been the first Jew to defend his
faith In English polemical writing And that the first Yom
Kippur service to be held in the Transvaal, South Africa, was
organized by Daniel Montagu Kisch, a famous traveler, in 18/b.
Kisch lived in the Transvaal for many years, and became a
leader of the Jewish community there, but retained his wande')'
lust none the less ... At least, so we gather from the fact thai
he died at sea at the advanced age of 98.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Don's be surprised if Charlie Chaplin takes a flying trip
the Soviet Union ... He has been invited to visit our Russian
allies ... The Hebrew Union College's Dr. Nelson GluecK,
you'll be happy to learn, has arrived safey in the Near Ws_
where he has gone on an undisclosed mission \~e0I^e.
Grosz, the German-born artist whose caricature of Hitler
ated a sensation at this spring's Art Students' League Ball, n
taken on a pupilnone other than Mrs. Ivy Litvinoff, w"e,e
the Soviet Ambassador to this country Jane Manner, in
former Cincinnatian whose Drama Studio has trained so ma y
of Broadway's and Hollywood's players, is preparing pr"
sional and amateur presentations of plays to be producea
war relief benefits ... If Hollywood really does decide *T
the life of Al Jolson, will Al get the leading role, or wui
given over to some other actorsay. Don Ameche? HU* 1
has it that John D. Herta, Jr., son of the transportation tycoo
will be the next husband of the film star, Myrna Loy -J* Je
way's illumination may be dimmed out, but that doesn t iaxe
stars of the entertainment world.



FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1942
* JewishfkrMkui
PAGE FIVE
With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi
1516 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Services daily. Mornings, 8 a.
m. Evenings, 7:30 and 8 p. m.
Saturday mornings, 9 a. m.
Oneg Shabbos, 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services
This Friday evening minchah
services will be held at 7:30 p. m.
and Kabbolas Shabbos services
at 8 p. m. Soldiers are cordially
invited. Cantor Josef S. Lengyel
will officiate.
On Saturday morning services
will begin at 8 a. m. and in the
absence of Dr. S. Bension, Rabbi
Leon Spitz will preach on the
Scriptural Lesson. The Ethical
Chapter will be expounded at
6:30 p. m. and the Oneg Shabbos
will be spread at 7:30 p. m.
On Saturday night at 8:30 p.
m. the weekly Saturday night
dance and reception for soldiers
will be held under the joint aus-
pices of the Sisterhood and the
Social Center League.
Hebrew School Promotion and
Summer School Opening
The promotion exercises of the
Center Hebrew School were held
last Sunday morning at ten
o'clock. Rabbi Leon Spitz, the
educational director, presided,
Mr. David Freedman reported on
the curriculum, Harry Sirkin,
chairman of the school committee
and President M. J. Frankel of
the Center distributed certifi-
cates of honor and prizes to the
following deserving students:
Gerald Steinberg, Larry Levine,
Gloria Goodman, Jay Howard
Linn, Seymour Schwartz, Louis
Bacharach, Martin Tritt, Robert
Levin. Bruce Marger, Murray Co-
hen. Burton Farber, Stanley Rich-
ardson, Bernard Sandow, War-
ren Lieberman, Gerry Lou Rose,
David Gorshall and Jack Platt.
The Talmud Torah committee
consists of Harry Sirkin, chair-
man, Kolman Luria, Boruch Hol-
man. Dr. B. Coleman.
It was announced that the Sum-
mer School will open with four
classes on Monday morning, June
8th and will meet mornings
throughout the summer. The
summer school will be affiliated
with the projected summer camp
of the Federation-Y. Registration
both for the Summer school and
for the summer day camp is open
now at the center office daily.
Sisterhood Rummage Sale
The Sisterhood will appreciate
any articles which may be do-
nated and brought to the center
by any of the ladies for the bene-
fit of the Rummage Sale of the
Sisterhood which will be held
early in July.
Center Honors Rabbi
On the occasion of Dr. Samuel
Bension's departure for a visit
to New York last Sunday the
Miami Beach Jewish Center,
1415 Euclid Avenue presented
him with a $100 U. S. Defense
Bond to transmit to his son, Na-
thaniel M. Bension, who is re-
ceiving his A. B. degree at New
York University on Wednesday,
June 10th.
The presentation was made in
the presence of a large gathering
of members and friends by Nat
Hankoff, president of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Men's Club
who stated that all the officers
and directors of the Center par-
ticipated in making possible this
generous gift as a token of the
esteem and respect in which
Rabbi Bension is held by the en-
tire congregation.
Dr. Samuel Bension was elected
Rabbi of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center last September and
under his inspired leadership the
institution has made marvelous
progress. Dr. Bension will return
BETH SHOLEM CENTER
OF NORTH BEACH
The Beth Sholem Jewish Cen-
ter of North Beach announces
that Sabbath Services will be
temporarily discontinued until
suitable quarters are located.
With a large attendance of the
residents of the section present
at the get-together membership
meeting last Wednesday at the
home of Bernard Ordover, re-
sults of the drive were shown to
be going ahead steadily. Addi-
tinol new members are: Alfred
B. Rosenstein. Charles Tobin,
David Rappaport and Benjamin
Myers.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers was
instrumental in the organizing
of a Ladies Auxiliary. Tempor-
ary officers elected were Mrs.
Charles Tobin, chairlady; Mrs.
Benjamin Appel, treasurer and
Mrs. Abraham Zinnaman, secre-
tary.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Thlril
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES HE8CHBLOFP, Rabbi
711 I^enox Avenue, 1'hone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
2263 S. W. 2Ut Terrace, Ph. 4-0106
Y E S H I V A
EDUCATIONAL
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
ABRAHAM A, KKI.I.NKi:. Rabbi
1883 s. W. nth Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. I7lh Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
154.". S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon--------------8:30 a. m.
Mincha ............................7:30 p. m.
Maariv ............................8:00 p. m.
Saturday---------------------9:00 a. m.
Pro Patria
We salute with respect and
honor the boys from our congre-
gation who are serving in the
armed forces of the United States
in this fateful hour of our Coun-
try's destiny.
Today we pause to greet Irving
Montague Ginsburg, son of our
very dear friends, Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Ginsburg, who has joined
the Naval Air Corps. Irving is
well known in our Congregation
and community having partici-
pated in its activities. We pray
for his safety and hope he will re-
turn into the midst of his loved
ones in good health and happi-
ness.
Talmud Torah
Classes are conducted daily in
our new Synagogue building
every morning under the direc-
tion of Rabbi Kellner. Rev. Solo-
mon Gross noted New York peda-
gogue is in charge of instructions
and conducts all classes.
Sabbath Services
Services on Friday evening
will be held at 7:*" p. m. followed
by special services for Service
Men stationed in North Miami.
Rabbi Kellner will conduct the
services which are under the aus-
pices of the local Army and Navy
committee of the Jewish Welfare
Board. On Saturday morning the
Rabbi will preach before Mussaph
at 10:30 a. m. and will conduct
the class in Pirkei Aboth at 6:15
p. m.
Shalos Sudas
The weekly Shalos Sudas circle
meets every Shabbos afternoon
immediately after Mincha. The
donor last Shabbos was Max
Schwartz and this week the Sha-
los Sudos will be donated by
Emanuel Gordon. Our Synagogue
Gabbai, Sam Kaplan is in charge
of arrangements.
to Miami Beach June 19th to cele-
brate the dedication of the new
Holy Ark and pulpit furniture
which is at present being in-
stalled in the Center synagogue.
His son is entering a Rabbini-
cal College in the fall to prepare
for the Jewish ministry. Mrs.
Bension and three children are
at present in Palestine but are
expected to rejoin the Rabbi here
shortly.
Synagogue Services
Shachriss daily at 8:30 a. m.,
Saturday at 9:00 a. m.
Mincha, daily at 7:45 p. m.;
Saturday at 7:30 p. m.
Maariv, daily at 8:20 p. m.; Sat-
urday at 8:40 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss. Saturday at
7:45 p. m. Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff will preach on "The Portion
of the Week."
Sisterhood
A successful affair was held
by our Sisterhood at the home
of its president, Mrs. B. H. Lon-
don, this week. Proceeds will
go towards the renovation of our
Community Hall.
Habanoth
Our Habanoth will hold a
Beach party Monday at 11 a. m.
at the Cadillac Hotel. Mrs. S.
Slotsky will direct activities.
Servicemen's Recreation
Committee
Our Servicemen's Recreation
Committee met Thursday morn-
ing for reports and plans. Last
week's activities were sponsored
by eight organizations acting as
hostesses. A program was pre-
sented Tuesday and Saturday
nights. Refreshments wcr served
nightly Over two hundred ser-
vicemen visited our building each
evening.
A concert will be held this
Sunday evening for our service-
men. Plans for opening a stamp
hobby room, a ping pong room
and a music appreciation room
were presented.
The committee could use two
radios, an electric phonograph,
classical records, additional ash
trays and folding tables, books,
etc. Those good enough to help,
please call 5-6150. Mrs. M.
Krieger is chairman of the or-
ganization.
Servicemen's Services
In response to a great number
of Orthodox young servicemen
in our area a special service-
men's minyan will be held in our
synagogue each Sunday at 9:00
a. m. This will be conducted
for and by our servicemen.
In addition to this minyan a
regular servicemen's service will
be held under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation at 9:30 Sunday morning
Rabbi Mescheloff spoke dt '.his
service last week on "A Light of
Pure Gold." Cantor Mamches
led in the singing.
Radio Hour
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
speak this Sunday at 4:30 p. m.
over radio station WIOD on the
subject, "A Flag."
Religious School
We are happy to report a large
increase in registration for our
summer session. Parents can
still register their children from
beginners through Chumash for
morning classes any week day
morning. Help your children by
giving them a Jewish education.
Enroll them now.
Refuo Shlaymo
We wish a speedy recovery to
Ezra Raphael recuperating from
an appendectomy at St. Francis
Hospital.
Congratulations
A hearty mazul tov to Mr and
Mrss. H. Genet on the marriage
of their daughter, Florence to
Dr. Ralph R. Coleman last Sun-
day evening at the Palatial Ho-
tel. Rabbi Mescheloff married
the young couple with the assist-
ance of Cantor Mamches, in the
presence of the immediate fami-
lies.
May God bless the happy un-
ion.
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, 846 Michigan Avenue, will
conduct classes daily for children
from kindergarten age to Bar
Mitzvah.
Daily services are held at 8:00
a m. and 7:30 p. m. and on Sat-
urday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Mishna classes are conducted
daily at 6:30 p. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office- Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drlve6-1265
Mlajni Beach
RABBI COMMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaUorce Drive, Miami Beach
l'hune 6-1T3S
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer CongreKallon)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence Phone, 2-"l7t>
HERMAN H MARBEIN, Cantor
Phone 5-9063
Mrs. Loilll Nbtrgulies. Reporting
Buy War Bonds and Stamps
Hebrew School Semester
The summer semester of Beth
David Talmud Torah was begun
last Monday. We ask that par-
ents who have not registered
their children to please do so
without further delay, thereby
taking advantage of the course
presented and the remarkable in-
structions given during these
seven summer weeks.
General Membership Meeting
The last general membership
meeting of Beth David Congre-
gation before dispensing for the
summer months will be held this
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at
Beth David auditorium. There
will be several important mat-
ters which cannot be disposed of
without the attendance of the
members. Please get congrega-
tional minded and come out en-
masse, thereby helping your own
interest. Sidney H. Palmer, pres-
ident, urges all members to set
this evening aside and partake
of the discussions. Refreshments
will be served under the congre-
gational chairman, Bernard Ster-
ling, and will be assisted by Mrs.
Chas. Abbott, Mrs. Sam Dickson
and Mrs. Louis Margulies. Cards
will be enjoyed after the meet-
ing.
General Activities
We are happy to announce that
many of our members both the
congregation and sisterhood are
actively engaged in filter centers.
Red Cross and other phases of
civilian defense work. Those who
desire to participate in any de-
fense services please contact the
office. 2-1473 The rabbi was a
guest speaker at the graduation
and dedication exercises of the
Central Elementary school. He
also spoke at "The American Day
Observance" in Little River sev-
eral days ago.
At the request of a committee i
headed by the minister. Rev. |
John Burkhalter of Coral Gables
Baptist Church, Rabbi Shapiro
will present an eight week course
in Hebrew and Jewish history
twice weekly to the members of
the church Rev. Burkhalter is
a former disciple of the rabbi who
took his course, "The Hebraic
Civilization During the Syrian
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple evory 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.
Congregational
Regular services at Temple Is-
rael, 137 N. E. 19th Street, this
Friday evening, at 8:15 o'clock.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
Yahrzeits: Gisella Louis, mo-
ther of Mrs. Leona Levin; Ben M.
Webber, father of Mrs. Albert A.
Green: Alexander Miller; Kate
Aronovitz, mother of Dr. Sam'l
Aronovitz and Abe Aronovitz;
Dr. M. D. Katz, father of Mrs.
William Wilkins and Mrs. Joseph
Weintraub; Rosalind Eppstein,
sister of Jacob Eppstein; Frank
Goldman, father of Mrs. B. H.
Sadowsky; Abraham Landfield,
father of Harold Landfield and
Mrs. Edwin Landfield; Lipman
LeVine, father of Benj. LeVine.
Floral offering this week pre-
sented by Mrs. Albert A. Green
in memory of her father.
TEMPLE EMANUEL
1S01 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. 1 _i :.I ill ii, Florida
HABBI SAMCKI, HAI.EVI BARON
702 S. ED. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Sabbath Services, Friday at 8
p. m.
Sisterhood sponsored benefit
social, open to men and women,
Monday at 8 p. m., in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sandier,
216 S. E. 5th Avenue.
Sewing for the Red Cross, Bri-
tish War Relief Society, Bundles
for America, etc., Tuesday from
12:30 to 5 p. m., at the temple.
versity of Miami.
The rabbi has called to our
attention that if members or
friends desire to form parlor dis-
cussion groups at their homes, he
will gladly conduct such groups
in prescribed subjects. Show
your interest by taking the ini-
tiative in forming a "Parlor Dis-
cussion Group:"
Yahrseiten
The following Yahrzeiten will
be observed this month of Tamuz.
The anniversary candle is lit the
evening before the English date
mentioned, and the Kaddish be-
gins the same evening until sun-
set of the day mentioned.
Monoshe, father of Ted Gulkis,
June 17; Golda, mother of Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz, June 19; Alta
Chava, mother of Mrs. Rose
Fields, June 19; Isaac, father of
Mrs. Joe Schoenfeld. June 19;
Levi, father of Al and Lil Chis-
ling, June 20; Itka, mother of
Sadye G. Rose, June 30; Mendel
Yosel, son of Meyer Schwartz,
June 20; May, mother of Mrs.
Jack August, June 22; Yisroel,
father of Mrs. Jack August, June
22; Yitchok Hirsch, son of Ida
Jackson, June 23; Aharon, hus-
band of Mrs. Anna Friedman,
June 23; Shimon, father of Ed-
ward Sher, June 22; Simeh,
mother of H Alexander, June 28;
Bryna, mother of Jack Barco,
June 29; Malke,. mother of Mrs.
H. Wasserman, July 1; Rochel,
mother of Cele Rotfort, July 1;
Avrohom, father of Henry Free-
burg, July 2; Slava, friend of
Mrs. Alex Miller, July 2; Devo-
rah, mother of Ben Silver, July 3;
Sholem, father of Mrs. Wm. Litt,
July 3; Motel, father of Mrs. Alex
Miller, July 4; Velvel, husband of
Mrs. Benj. Meyers, July 8; Es-
ther, mother of Mrs. Chas Ja-
mison, July 9.
WILSON
Picture Frame Shop
PHONE 2-2462
We Call for and Deliver Orders
172 N. W. 1st Street
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
STERLING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
987 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
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FRIDAY, JUNE 12. 1942
MISS GEHINGER AS
LEADER FOR YEAR
Miss Sylvia Goringcr has been
elected as president of the Miami
Unit of Junior Hadassah for the
coming year. Elected to serve
with her are Miss Ruth Aronson,
first vice-president: Miss Evelyn
Brown, second vice-president:
Miss Ethel Pont, third vice-presi-
dent: Mrs. Nat Leavitt, corres-
ponding secretary; Miss Rosalyn
Klein, financial secretary and
treasurer: Miss Edith Freeman,
recording secretary- Members of
the board of directors include
Miss Dorothy Gallow. Miss Ruth
Goodstein. Miss Rose Goodmark.
Miss Gladys Stein. Miss Renee
Miller, and Miss Edyth Solomon.
The annual installation ban-
quet for the new officers will
take place this coming Monday
evening. June 15th. at the Sara-
toga Inn. Biscayne Boulevard and
79th Street. Plans are now be-
ing completed for the installation
ceremony, after which the new
officers will immediately take ov-
er their new duties. Anyone de-
siring to make reservations for
the banquet will get in touch with
Mrs. Irving Querido at 3-2433.
or Miss Geringer, at 58-1269.
Made From Fresh Oranges
UNIQUE PROGRAM TO BE
STAGED AT BETH DAVID
An unique program, depicting
the activities of the participating
agencies of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, will be staged
at the annual meeting of Feder-
ation on "Wednesday evening.
July 8. at the Beth David Talmud
Torah.
At the initial meeting of the
arrangements committee held this
week, Mrs. Benjamin LeVine.
general chairman, announced that
the program will deviate from
the usual formal report meetings
held in former years.
Mrs. LeVine is assisted by Mrs.
William I. Boxerman. Mrs. Sam-
uel Rost, Rabbi Max Shapiro, and
Rabbi Leon Spitz. Rabbi Sha-
piro and Rabbi Spitz have been
appointed to serve as co-chairmen
of the program planning commit-
tee.
The annual meeting of Federa-
tion is open to all campaign con-
tributors.
military experts. New theories
of strategy have been advanced
to explain the undaunted stand
of the people of Russia.
Charles E. Stuart's camera
story of life in Russia will con-
tribute much toward an under-
standing of what is now going
on. "Inside Russia,'' the new
film sensation, will be shown at
the Plaza Theatre June 17th and
18th, and shows Russia at Peace,
but it goes a long way toward
revealing the source of Russia's
strength in war today.
Because of notable service in
an engineering capacity, Charles
E. Stuart is one of the few
Americans to have been given
permission to make a motion pic-
ture inside of Russia.
The production is not present-
ed as propaganda, but as a fact
revealing document about a
country about which the Ameri-
can public knows hardly any-
thing.
23 JEWS AMONG THE 2n8
CZECHS WHOARE EXECUTED
London (WNS)At least 23
Jews, several of them women
were among the 208 Czechs thus
far murdered in "reprisal execu-
tions" for assassination of Rein-
hard Heydrich.
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CONGREGATION
SHAAREI TEFILA
Miami Beach
Services of the Congregation
Shaaray Tefila. temporarily lo-
cated at 1527 Washington Ave-
nue. Miami Beach, arc scheduled
for Friday 7:30 p. m. and Satur-
day 9:00 a. m. and 7:15 p. m.
Shalosh Sudos will start Satur-
, day at 7:15 p. m.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will conduct the services. Sat-
urday morning his subject will be
"The" Spies."
The weekly services are sched-
uled daily at 8:00 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. The Ein Yakov group
meets Sunday. Monday and Tues-
day at 7:45. The group studying
the laws and customs of Israel
meets Wednesday and Thursday
at 7:45. All are welcome.
New York (WNS) Premier
Mussolini has not ordered Jews
in Italy to wear the yellow
"Mogen David," which Jews in
most Axis-dominated countries
must wear when appearing in
public, because of his fear of an-
tagonizing the Vatican, according
to American news writers.
NOTICE IS HEREBY filVKN 7^7,
A. Drown la engaged in buslnesa u,',
dor the fictitious name of liltMWve
FRIENDLY INN. 20T-20S N. w i,
Ave Miami Florida, and intends to
register said fictitious name i ui,
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Imi!.. County. Florida
A. BROWN-
MAX It. SILVER S'e 0WMt
Attorney for Applicant
."./29 6/.1-12-19-26
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S t'oi/RT
Dade County, Florida
No, 121'*^
RE: ESTATE OF *
HENRY H. I.EVITt'H
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and i-titlon
for Final Discharge as Administrator
C. T. A. of the estate of Henry h'
l.'-\ t.-11 deceased: and that on the
20th day of July, 1942. will apply to
the Honorable W. F. Blanton. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator, C
T. A. of the estate of Henrv II Ley.
itch, deceased.
This 12th day of June. 1942.
STANLEY B. LK.VITCH
Administrator
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Administrator. ("TV
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today. Under no circumstances
will any plan to encourage or
promote such correspondence be
approved. However kindly the
motive behind them may be, the
department believes such plans
are liable to abuse by unscrupu-
lous persons.
FILM ON RUSSIAN LIFE SOON
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., It) John Wehrly Jr. Methodist student, receiving the second annual Edward Chauncey Baldwin
Memorial Award, established by BnaiB nth at the University of Illinois for outstanding inter-faith
student leadership. (Right) James Davis, Baptist student, who was awarded the second annual Grover
Cleveland Hall Award, a $300 fellowship for inter-faith campus leadership at the U. of Alabama
& OurFlaq-L
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FLAG DAY CELEBRATIONFLAMINGO PARK. SUNDAY. JUNE 14. AT 7:45 P. M.
May ItWave!
The only American Flag bear-
ing Hebrew letters was presented
to Abraham Lincoln in 1861 by
Abraham Kohn. a member of
Chicago's Ramah B'nai B'rith
Lodge, a Jewish merchant and
civic leader, shortly after Lin-
JAMES APARTMENT
1621 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
coin's election to the presidency.
Hand made of silk, the flag had
inscribed on it in black letters the
third to ninth verses of the
first chapters of Joshua. Although
Lincoln acknowledged receipt of
the flag, its whereabouts are a
mystery. However, it is men-
tioned in Admiral George H.
Preble's standard work on the
flag. "History of the Flag of the
United States."
Forty-eight different flags have
entered the history and evolution
of the American Flag. Among
the foreign flags that have flown
over some part of what is now
continental United States, were
those of the Vikings, Spain, Eng-
land, France, Holland, Belgium.
Sweden, Russia and Mexico.
GOLD APARTMENT
HOTEL
62r. Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 H. W. 14th Street
Phone 2-9335
DEBOLIAC TRUCK
Service Equipment Co.
440 N. \V. 29th Street
Marty's Barber Shop
6*9 Washington Avenue
Nola Apartments
('21 Jefferson Avenue
MILLER
ELECTRIC COMPANY
A. W. MILLER
5872 S W. 4th Street
PHONE 4-4292
MARQUISE
APARTMENTS
1271 N. W. 6th Street
Miami, Florida
FLAMINGO PLAZA
HOTEL
LEO FEINBERG. Owner
10.">3 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beaeji, Florida
MR. and MRS. GORDON' JESSO
GERALDINE APTS.
939 Alton Road
Miami Beach, Florida
KISER
DRILLING CO.
2ss N. \V. 30th Street
Miami. Florida
NAUTILUS VILLAS
and
ASSOCIATES
916 W. 42nd Street
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-4135
MAGIC CITY BOTTLE
& SUPPLY CO.
222 N. W. 27th Street
Miami, Florida
Percy Richardson
Steam Specialty
144 Palmetto Drive
Coral Gables, Florida
VICTORY FOR LIBERTY
HENRIETTA'S
Fruit Shipping Co.
Leon Tannenbaum and Associates
126 8th Street
Phone 6-9H8S
Buy War Savings Bonds
SUNLIGHT
BEAUTY SCHOOL
1011 N. W. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
HENDERSON'S
HEALTH STUDIO
129 S. W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3-2922
OSCEOLA MARKET
2293 S. W. 17th Avenue
Miami. Florida
EDITH & FRITZ
RESTAURANT
3236 N. Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida
ANNA L. BARLOW
142 Alhambra Circle
Coral Gables, Florida
VILLA DUCHESS
APARTMENTS
7740 Abbott Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
SAYERS
Apartment Hotel
2723 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 2-9196
REDMAN'S
GARAGE
163 N. W. 11th Street
Phone 3-9125
ORIENTAL
ROOF GARDEN
272 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
A meeting of splendid interest
was held at the Miami Woman's
Club on Tuesday, June 9th, when
a program devoted to A.Z.A. ac-
tivities was presented in connec-
tion with a Father's-Son's night.
Some two hundred and fifty
members braved the inclement
weather to listen to Judge Walter
H. Beckham of the Juvenile Court
deliver a message to the parents
and children who were gathered
at the meeting. Several mem-
bers of the A.Z.A. group joined
in the program, which was under
the chairmanship of Maurice
Cromer.
One Brother who was sitting
on "schpilkas" throughout the
meeting was Second Vice Presi-
dent Milton Friedman. who
missed by several days the
chance to bring his son to our
meeting. Sholem Lodge wel-
DEMONSTRATIONS BEGIN AS
JEWS ARE SENT TO CAMPS
comes Milton's new son, and ex-
tends to him and to Sylvia our
best wishes.
Brother Nat Roth, chairman of
the Americanization committee,
announced that a B'nai B'rith
Flag Day program has been
scheduled for Flamingo Park on
Sunday. June 14th, at 7:30
o'clock. At the program there
will be announced the winners
of an essay contest on "Our Flag
and Our Country," which was
conducted in Miami Beach schools
among eleven hundred students.
The task of weeding through the
essays and selecting the winners
was assigned to Brothers Harry
Simonhoff and Rabbi Mescheloff,
who were assisted by Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction,
James T. Wilson and Sidney El-
lison, principal of the Miami
Beach Senior High School.
Plans for a June social affair
acp being made and an announce-
ment will be forthcoming in the
next B'nai B'rith column.
Geneva ( WNS )Pro-Jewish
demonstrations in which thou-
sands of Italian "Aryans" parti-
cipated marked the departures of
the first groups of Italian Jews
for forced labor in special camps,
it was reported here.
The demonstrations took place
in Milan and Rome, according
to the authoritative Rome news-
paper "Regime Fascista" which
attacked the demonstrations as
"disloyal manifestations against
the Fascist regime." Similar de-
monstrations were reported to
have taken place in other Italian
cities.
The Fascist newspaper dis-
closed that the railroad stations,
from which the Jews were sched-
uled to leave, were crowded with
non-Jews who brought gifts and
affectionately bid the Jews fare-
well. The paper warned that such
demonstrations will not be toler-
ated in the future.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 12. i942
FROM THE
SWIVEL
HAIR
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William
L
Boxerman
The Race Question
At times we are inclined to be-
come discouraged by the slow-
ness of the educational process
Thousands of dollars have
when people speak of us as a race
in complimentary terms.
Snipers
The snipers in high places are
at it again There still are
those who would defeat Roose-
velt first and Hitler afterwards
. That's what they tell you in
one breath And in the next
I they talk about the "Jew War"
... Appearing before a service
group in one Florida community.
I a professor from a southeastern
university maintains that Roose-
' velt has destroyed "consititution-
1 al democracy" ... He goes fur-
: ther and insists that he does not
believe in rule by the majority,
which as we all know is the most
democratic form of government
... In other words, he believes
in rule by the minority .Put
in plain unvarnished terms, that's
Hitler's way.
And while on the subject of
educators, who consciously or
otherwise serve to repeat what
Hitler would have us believe, let
us recount the tale of another
mendous business enterprises of
one kind or another Yet Stin-
nes preferred to profit by the in-
flation rather than to prevent
its increase.
Well, we are told that these
facts were communicated to the
particular professor, who really
had no source for his statements
other than a vague notion that he
had heard or read these things
somewhere before The tra-
gedy of the situation lies not in
the ill intentions of the professor,
who probably has no desire to be
other than fair-minded, but in
the ease with which even he. a
molder of public opinion, suc-
cumbs to insidious propaganda
without even being aware of it.
Gut Shabbos!
MEMBER EDUCATION BOARD
TO SPEAK FOUNDERS DAY
been spent to teach sociology, j Professor, thisi one at a great edu-
cational institution in our state
genetics, biologv and related sub.
jects Not a textbook in the *?e Clte *' as a" example of
James Marshall, member of the
New York City Board of Higher
Education, and until recently its
president, was the chief speaker
at the 46th Founder's Day exer-
cises of the National Farm
School, on Sunday. June 7th.
country today, we dare say, but
will emphasize at least some of
the elementals regarding race
theories.
It's been pretty well demon-
strated by Boas. Wooten and
the type of loose thinking and
generalizations character i z i n g
even those who are supposed to
mold the youth and guide them
in the channels of right thinking.
This prof., addressing a civic
others who are authorities on the organization, blamed the Jews of
subject that there is no such Germany for the inflation that
thing as a pure race Nor are
racial traits peculiar to Jews .
Yet. even the governor and the
attorney general of a great state
appearing recently at a Jewish
conference, dwelt at length on
followed the post-war period ex-
plaining: "That's one reason for
the present hatred of the Jews
in Germany. They got rid of their
inflationary marks and when the
bubble burst, the Jews owned
the contributions of the Jewish the Property while the other fel-
race to American civilization lows were holding the marks."
They spoke also of the Jews being Of course this is entirely a
a closely knit group who have false picture of what happened in
retained their racial identity Germany But it is the kind
throughout the ages. of picture that Hitler would have
Actually, that is the conception Americans present Anyone
that Hitler would like to foster who would discount such a ver-
. Scientifically and correctly sion of what happened (See Lo-
speaking, there are only three wenthal's "Jews of Germany."
races in the world, the black, Marcus. "Rise and Destiny of the
yellow and white Within the German Jew" and similar works.)
white, all sub-races have long The biggest inflationist in Ger-
since been mixed and we Jews many and the one who could have
are part of the general admix- contributed materially to its
ture. which is the white race stoppage was Hugo Stinnes. an
We should day in and day out Aryan of the Aryans under Hit-
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The other speakers were Rabbi
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Place Temple. Brooklyn and Dr.
Cornelius Weygandt. Professor
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Pennsylvania. The National Farm
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betray Australia to the Japanese
and send all the country's Jews to
concentration camps, it was dis-
closed here following the arrest
of four leaders of the "Australia
First" group.
The "Australia First" program,
according to Frederick Thomas,
special military intelligence in.
vestigator, included provisions
"to remove all Jews from govern-
ment positions, to confiscate Jew-
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Testimony heard at a prelimin-
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fact that the Australian fifth
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each carrying three semester
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for these special teachers, with
the approval of Claud M. An-
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One course will deal with "The
Psychology of the Handicapped
Child." and the other, known as
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will train teachers in the hand-
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Teachers enrolling for the two
courses will earn credit which
j may be applied toward certiflca
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; children. The courses also carrv
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The University of Miami en
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, that of the special school for
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patients were placed in the Miami Retreat by their
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** PAGE SIX vjewist nurkHaan FRIDAY, JUNE 12. 19 42 MISS GEHINGER AS LEADER FOR YEAR Miss Sylvia Goringcr has been elected as president of the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah for the coming year. Elected to serve with her are Miss Ruth Aronson, first vice-president: Miss Evelyn Brown, second vice-president: Miss Ethel Pont, third vice-president: Mrs. Nat Leavitt, corresponding secretary; Miss Rosalyn Klein, financial secretary and treasurer: Miss Edith Freeman, recording secretaryMembers of the board of directors include Miss Dorothy Gallow. Miss Ruth Goodstein. Miss Rose Goodmark. Miss Gladys Stein. Miss Renee Miller, and Miss Edyth Solomon. The annual installation banquet for the new officers will take place this coming Monday evening. June 15th. at the Saratoga Inn. Biscayne Boulevard and 79th Street. Plans are now being completed for the installation ceremony, after which the new officers will immediately take over their new duties. Anyone desiring to make reservations for the banquet will get in touch with Mrs. Irving Querido at 3-2433. or Miss Geringer, at 58-1269. Made From Fresh Oranges UNIQUE PROGRAM TO BE STAGED AT BETH DAVID An unique program, depicting the activities of the participating agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be staged at the annual meeting of Federation on "Wednesday evening. July 8. at the Beth David Talmud Torah. At the initial meeting of the arrangements committee held this week, Mrs. Benjamin LeVine. general chairman, announced that the program will deviate from the usual formal report meetings held in former years. Mrs. LeVine is assisted by Mrs. William I. Boxerman. Mrs. Samuel Rost, Rabbi Max Shapiro, and Rabbi Leon Spitz. Rabbi Shapiro and Rabbi Spitz have been appointed to serve as co-chairmen of the program planning committee. The annual meeting of Federation is open to all campaign contributors. military experts. New theories of strategy have been advanced to explain the undaunted stand of the people of Russia. Charles E. Stuart's camera story of life in Russia will contribute much toward an understanding of what is now going on. "Inside Russia,'' the new film sensation, will be shown at the Plaza Theatre June 17th and 18th, and shows Russia at Peace, but it goes a long way toward revealing the source of Russia's strength in war today. Because of notable service in an engineering capacity, Charles E. Stuart is one of the few Americans to have been given permission to make a motion picture inside of Russia. The production is not presented as propaganda, but as a fact revealing document about a country about which the American public knows hardly anything. 23 JEWS AMONG THE 2n 8 CZECHS WHOARE EXECUTED London (WNS)—At least 23 Jews, several of them women were among the 208 Czechs thus far murdered in "reprisal executions" for assassination of Reinhard Heydrich. LEGAL NOTICES 1942--"P0' FOLKS" VACATION HEADQUARTERS 1942 Take a Two-Week Land Cruise, Including Transportation and Hotel Room Accommodation*, ria Streamlined Train to Riviera Hotel and Return far onlj %55M FLORIDA'S NEWEST, FINEST, and LARGEST ALL-YEAR HOTEL. Completed January, 1941 CONGREGATION SHAAREI TEFILA Miami Beach Services of the Congregation Shaaray Tefila. temporarily located at 1527 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, arc scheduled for Friday 7:30 p. m. and Saturday 9:00 a. m. and 7:15 p. m. Shalosh Sudos will start Satur, day at 7:15 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will conduct the services. Saturday morning his subject will be "The" Spies." The weekly services are scheduled daily at 8:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The Ein Yakov group meets Sunday. Monday and Tuesday at 7:45. The group studying the laws and customs of Israel meets Wednesday and Thursday at 7:45. All are welcome. New York (WNS) — Premier Mussolini has not ordered Jews in Italy to wear the yellow "Mogen David," which Jews in most Axis-dominated countries must wear when appearing in public, because of his fear of antagonizing the Vatican, according to American news writers. NOTICE IS HEREBY filVKN 7^7, A. Drown la engaged in buslnesa u ,', dor the fictitious name of liltMWve FRIENDLY INN. 20T-20S N. w i„, Ave Miami Florida, and intends to register said fictitious name i„ ui, office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of IMI!.. County. Florida A. BROWNMAX It. SILVER S e 0WMt Attorney for Applicant ."./29 6/.1-12-19-26 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S t'oi/RT Dade County, Florida No, 121'*^ RE: ESTATE OF HENRY H. I.EVITt'H Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that I have filed my final report and i-titlon for Final Discharge as Administrator C. T. 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FRIDAY. JUNE 12. 1942 Jew!st FhridUr PAGE THREE MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI ,<& ^SSSF8SM5£ g ?* m sician on the Beach',,.,1 by tho I'ubiic Relations ComHe has a B. M. degree and has Sr^Mn"' Army Navy %  %  taught music in the schools iiiiii— ---„,.,. i irganliaton.) Morton Spivack also shines in the orchestra. Jewish Talent The Jewish boys in training on when a ~^ vaudeville show thc Beach are doing their bit to, was presented at Flami '* gJJ ward making their off hours more ; Greenberg, former Tiger star now pleasant for themselves and othin the officcr caildSte^K ,.. A survey of some of the i was interv i ew ed by Pt D home talent producmg the radio Frorrier we] known y ^ JJjJ and other shows reveals he folC r It was quite an experience lowing: Lined up in front of the for both of them H WKAT microphone recently on Wednesday night were Privates: They Have Answered Harry Friedman and Irving Beginning this week, we will Friedberg, rattling off the scripts. At Flamingo Park a Monday night program included Private print the names of those Jewish men who, according to our rec. ords, have answered their counJack Frohmann as master of cer-: try's call to duty This list emonies, Eddie Cohen, novelty will not be complete, but you L ENGLISH COURSES tap dancer, and Irving and Irving, tap dancers. can help to complete it by sending us the name or names of 6> !" l—— %  .w ••unit \JL licuncb Ul And at the officer candidate friends or relatives in the armed school the newly-formed orches. forces > It is very important tra has Benjamin Weiner as one that eventually we know exactly of three handling the trombone what number of Jewish men from section About Private Bela Greater Miami are in the army or Urban a whole column could be navy Your cooperation will written He's the boy with the be most appreciated, violin that talks He probably Here, then, is a partial roll of has been called upon more than honor: Hymen Altman Sidney Aronovitz Nathan Baker Sidney Berk Jacob B. Chertok Walter H. Cohn Stanley Davis Rubin M. Dayan Joseph J. Drucker Leonard M. Fisher Sid Franklin Bernie Freeman Harold Friedman Irving Gold Morns D. Goldberg Aaron Goldenblank Hyman Greenberg Leonard Greenblatt Ed. N Greenblatt Arnold Greenfield Jerome P. Jacobs Arthur Kahn Lawrence H. Kahn Ely Katz E. Melvin Katz M. S. Kaufman Victor Kohn Harold Leibman Robert Levin Marshall Levy Saul Litchfield Lee Lincoln Milton L. Lipsitz Jos. D. Rosenstein Is. "Red" Mayers Maurice Orovitz Alfred Plant Robert Richter Jerome Rifkin Or. I. J. Rosen Maurice Grossman, chairman of the social-recreational commit Samuel M Rosen Irving Rotfort Carl Rothstein Arnold Rubin Harold M. Rubin Irwin D. Rubin Joseph Rubin Shendon M. Rutter Samuel W. Shapiro David Shubow Walter Silver Louis F. Snetman Elry Stone Louis Teitelbaum Philip Tepper Aaron B. Weider M. S. Weintraub Robert Weiskopf M. W. Wishnick Maynard A. Abrams David M. Albert Alan I Benjamin George J. Block Saul Broida Philip Cass Maurice Fisher Henry M. Fishman Harry Friedman Irving M. Ginsburg H. Aaron Jacobs M. S. Altmayer J. H. Goldsmith A. W. Greenberg TC. Greenstein Leonard F Gross Benj. S. Grossman Jay B. Kanter W. F. Kraemer Irving S. Lefset Jacob Lindheimer Robert Marcus Ed. J. Margulies Bern. I. Miller Jul. E Newbauer Albert E. Ossip Morris L. Popover Benj. Richman Earl Rosenfield Paul H. Marks Irving Rosenthal Irving Rubin Marvin S. Rubin Manuel Serkin David Silverman Leonard Stillman Abraham W. Ger Clarence Turkel Don Solomon A. N. Kaplan. Jr. Jack R Kirchik Murry Berger David Goldfine Lewis Berner Baron deHirsch Meyer Joseph H. Rubin Milton C. Weintraub Maurice M. Pollack Philip B. Polak S. D. Weissbuch Milton Feller Leonard Rosenblatt Henry Chenet Joseph Deckelbaum Rafael Yunes David Nathanson Daniel E. Madison David Hollub Moness Schwertok tee, subsidiary of thc Army and avy Committee, announces the following appointments: Girls' list of junior hostesses— Mrs. Maurice Grossman, chairman. Hospitality_Mrs Ida Optner. Mrs. Monte Selig, co-chairmen; Martin Levine Hospital and sick committee— Mrs. Walter Bronston, Mrs. Florence Hacker. Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Anna Brooks, and Mrs. B. H. London. Committee for recreation at Miami Beach—Rudy R Adler and Mrs. Walter Bronston. Committee for recreation at A rs Milton Sirkin, associate Miami—Mrs. Essie Schaffer and cha r man. Mrs. Ida Optner. In conjunction with regular National Citizenship Education Program classes at Gesu Church and Gesu School there is available a course in elementary English, taught by Mrs. Gertrude Coyne, Monday through Friday, from 7 to 9 p. m. These classes are open to native-born Americans as well as non-citizens, and there is no charge for tuition as the classes are sponsored by the federal immigration and naturalization service and the Dade County school board. There seems to be some misunderstanding in the public mind as to the functions of National Citizenship Education Program classes. The prevalent thought in relation to citizenship responsibility would seem to be that once a large number of foreignborn are naturalized and welcomed with appropriate ceremonies, they are on their own. "This is far from being the case," stated W. W Eyster, district director, immigration and naturalization service of the Department of Justice. "The objective of the National Citizenship Education Program is to provide a permanent program for the recognition of the assumption of citizenship responsibilities on the part of foreign-born on being adopted as citizens under the naturalization process, and also on the part of nalive-born on reaching their majority. Under our democratic system, these two sources provide the now blood necessary to replenish our eligible list of voters who take the place of the electors who drop out, either by death or migration to other countries for permanent residence. The kind of country in which I we shall live and the kind of government by which we shall be governed in the future depends from year to year on the character of these new citizens and the degree of interest they take in the responsibilities of government. It, therefore, behooves every citizen and every organization to provide the means by which these new citizens shall understand the principles of true American democracy and how to act upon their responsibilities. The present citizen upon whom the responsibilities of government now rest, have themselves long been negligent in recognizing this situation and have allowed both sources of replenishment to take on responsibility of citizenship without any form of guidance and little or no counsel. This negligence is dangerous in peacetime in that special groups may easily take advantage of this negligence to exploit the ballot to their own selfish interests, and these interests are the undesirable kind. But in wartime such negligence is doubly dangerous as it allows the enemy the avenue of approach he needs to undermine our very foundations—a ready-made audience for their insidious propaganda. These young men and women taking on citizenship duties for the first time need counsel and guidance, and so do those of foreign birth who have just been adopted as citizens. To let them just grow like Topsy is dangerous. Let every organization bestir itself that we may seek to obtain unity through intelligent effort, and let every citizen do likewise." Following this train of thought, N ,C. E. P. classes grow speedily. There are now 941 students studying citizenship in Dade County. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Biography of Philip Berkowitz. Newly Elected President of the Y. M. H. A. Phil Berkowitz, better known as P. B., was born in Russia in 1884. At the age of 5, he left for Jerusalem wherehe remained for 10 years. He came to the United States in 1899 and lived in New York until 1910. He moved to Savannah, Georgia, where he remained until 1913 and then went on to Jacksonville, where his six children were born. In 1924 he came down to Miami and settled here. His wife and six children, 4 boys and 2 girls, are all active in the Y.M.H.A. and other communal work in the city. P. B. is a member of the Shriners, Masons, Elks, Propellor Club, Orthodox Synagogue, Zionist Organization and B'nai B'rith. He owns and operates the A. and B. Pipe and Metal Company located in Miami. His greatest hope and desire is to see the realization of a Jewish Community Center Building, and believe you me, P. B. is the man who can bring this about. Next Week—Leo Ackerman. Joe Lipton Heads Installation Committee Joseph I. Lipton is chairman of the Installation Committee of the Y. M. H. A. Installation will be held in the near future. Members of this committee are: Harry Schwartz, Leo Chaiken and Sam Seitlin. Stanley C. Myers is the Installing officer. This will be a joint installation between the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. The Installation Committee for the Y.W.H.A. is as follows: Mrs. Julius Jacobs, chairman, Mrs. Aaronson, Mrs. Grossman. Mrs. Stepkin, and Mrs. Levinson. More details will be given in a later issue. Service Men's Dance Saturday Night The weekly Service Men's Dance will be held this Saturday night at the Y. M. H. A. The following hostesses will preside: Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mrs. M. J. Furman, Mrs. Murry Koven, Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal, Mrs. Esther Silverman, Mrs. George Gerson, Mrs. Herbert Scher, Mrs. Morris Rosenberg, Mrs. William Wilkens and Mrs. Sam Feldman. Diamondball The Y. M. H. A. Diamondball Team defeated the Civil Service Team of the Naval Air Station last Tuesday night by a score of 6-0. Irwin Berger and Mitchell Goldman were the batteries for the "Y" team and made an excellent showing. Bowling Standings Team Standings: W Marty Milstein 18 Hal Berkowitz 16 Abe Berkowitz 15 H. Schwartz ...12 Al Berkowitz 11 Al Reisman 11 S. Weinkle.. ...7 H. Levinson 6 Individual Averages: M, Milstein Abe Berkowitz G. Chertkof 102. Sol Levin 101 S. Seitlin _.-.._ 99 M. Mirelson 99 L 6 8 9 12 13 13 17 18 107 104 H. Schwartz Al Reisman S. Weinkle 98 .98 97, Al Berkowitz 97; High Game: Herman Waitsman 140; High Set: H. Levinson, 362; S. Seitlin, 362: i NATIONAL COUNCIL IEWISH WOMEN A class in First Aid will be held at Council House beginning Tuesday, June 23 at 10 a. m. If you are interested in joining this group, please call Council House, 3-6554. The Council of Jewish Women has charge of the canteen at the Service Men's Club on Biscayne Boulevard, every Wednesday evening. "A FRIEND IINJNEED" KEY WEST NOTES Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. Miss Cynthia Pearlman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pearlman. and Murray Projector, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Projector of New York City, were married last week at the Pearlman residence, 707 Simonton street. Rabbi L. Lehrer performed the ceremony. Only relatives and close friends witnessed the event Mrs. Projector is a teacher of Key West High School, having graduated from Florida State College for Women. Mr. Projector is a graduate of Columbia University with an M. A. degree. The couple left on a honeymoon trip through Florida and in Washington. They will make their home for the present in Chicago where Mr. Projector is attending an army school. PALMER FUNERAL C1HAPEL Rendering sympathetic personal service among a setting of dignity and refinement ReformConservative ami truly Orthodox Rite* and Rituals sii i, il> Observed PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL 2008 WEST F LAGLER ST. 24 Hour Ambulance Service Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. TILE FLOORING 10c Square Foot Up Wall Tiles 20c Sq. Ft. Up MARTIN TILES 7760 N. E. 4th Ct.. Phone 73667 You don't need a ration card to buy U. S. War Bonds. Announcement DR.JR..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 %  1764 N. W. 36TH ST.. MIAMI PHONE 2-2131



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PAGE TWO +Jel6tncridlan FRIDAY, JUNE 12, i 942 Social Personals Clubs • • Organizations BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman announce the birth of a son at Jackson Memorial Hospital Thursday. • • • Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Margolis announcc the birth of a baby boy Tuesday morning at the St. Francis Hospital. The bris will take place Tuesday, June 6th. Both Mother and baby are doing nicely. PARTIES Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern. 55 N. E. 57th Street, gave a party in honor of their niece. Muriel Auslander, last Sunday evening. Juno 7th, in celebration of her graduation from Miami High. • • • A farewell luncheon will be Rendered Mrs. Abraham A. Kell_ nir. wife of Rabbi Abraham Kell-' ncr of the Miami Jewish Ortho' dox Congregation. Tuesday noon., June 16th,. at the Palatial Res-j taurant. by a group of her | friends. No formal invitations, have been issued. Anyone wishj ing to attend will please call Mrs. George Chertkof. 3-7223. for reservations. ORGANIZATIONS Monday, at a luncheon, the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah held a meeting of the old and newly elected board mem I HIS with Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president of the Chapter, presiding. Board meetings, held once a month, will be continued throughout the summer. Plans were formulated for the summer's and the ensuing year's activities. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. r WAR-TREAD If YOUR TIRES are getting thin, If you can't buy recaps Then the answer is WAR-TREAD WAK-THEA1> actually

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FRIDAY. JUNE 12, 1942 %  rJewisti IkriJltr PAGE SEVEN ., It) John Wehrly Jr. Methodist student, receiving the second annual Edward Chauncey Baldwin Memorial Award, established by BnaiB nth at the University of Illinois for outstanding inter-faith student leadership. (Right) James Davis, Baptist student, who was awarded the second annual Grover Cleveland Hall Award, a $300 fellowship for inter-faith campus leadership at the U. of Alabama & OurFlaq-L r r l a g--L ong iviay it Wave FLAG DAY CELEBRATION—FLAMINGO PARK. SUNDAY. JUNE 14. AT 7:45 P. M. May ItWave! The only American Flag bearing Hebrew letters was presented to Abraham Lincoln in 1861 by Abraham Kohn. a member of Chicago's Ramah B'nai B'rith Lodge, a Jewish merchant and civic leader, shortly after LinJAMES APARTMENT 1621 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach, Florida coin's election to the presidency. Hand made of silk, the flag had inscribed on it in black letters the third to ninth verses of the first chapters of Joshua. Although Lincoln acknowledged receipt of the flag, its whereabouts are a mystery. However, it is mentioned in Admiral George H. Preble's standard work on the flag. "History of the Flag of the United States." Forty-eight different flags have entered the history and evolution of the American Flag. Among the foreign flags that have flown over some part of what is now continental United States, were those of the Vikings, Spain, England, France, Holland, Belgium. Sweden, Russia and Mexico. GOLD APARTMENT HOTEL 62r. Meridian Avenue Miami Beach. Florida DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 H. W. 14th Street Phone 2-9335 DEBOLIAC TRUCK Service Equipment Co. 440 N. \V. 29th Street Marty's Barber Shop 6*9 Washington Avenue Nola Apartments ('21 Jefferson Avenue MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY A. W. MILLER 5872 S W. 4th Street PHONE 4-4292 MARQUISE APARTMENTS 1271 N. W. 6th Street Miami, Florida FLAMINGO PLAZA HOTEL LEO FEINBERG. Owner 10.">3 Meridian Avenue Miami Beaeji, Florida MR. and MRS. GORDON' JESSO GERALDINE APTS. 939 Alton Road Miami Beach, Florida KISER DRILLING CO. 2ss N. \V. 30th Street Miami. Florida NAUTILUS VILLAS and ASSOCIATES 916 W. 42nd Street MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-4135 MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY CO. 222 N. W. 27th Street Miami, Florida Percy Richardson Steam Specialty 144 Palmetto Drive Coral Gables, Florida VICTORY FOR LIBERTY HENRIETTA'S Fruit Shipping Co. Leon Tannenbaum and Associates 126 8th Street Phone 6-9H8S —Buy War Savings Bonds— SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL 1011 N. W. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida HENDERSON'S HEALTH STUDIO 129 S. W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-2922 OSCEOLA MARKET 2293 S. W. 17th Avenue Miami. Florida EDITH & FRITZ RESTAURANT 3236 N. Miami Avenue Miami, Florida ANNA L. BARLOW 142 Alhambra Circle Coral Gables, Florida VILLA DUCHESS APARTMENTS 7740 Abbott Avenue Miami Beach, Florida SAYERS Apartment Hotel 2723 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-9196 REDMAN'S GARAGE 163 N. W. 11th Street Phone 3-9125 ORIENTAL ROOF GARDEN 272 West Flagler Street Miami. Florida A meeting of splendid interest was held at the Miami Woman's Club on Tuesday, June 9th, when a program devoted to A.Z.A. activities was presented in connection with a Father's-Son's night. Some two hundred and fifty members braved the inclement weather to listen to Judge Walter H. Beckham of the Juvenile Court deliver a message to the parents and children who were gathered at the meeting. Several members of the A.Z.A. group joined in the program, which was under the chairmanship of Maurice Cromer. One Brother who was sitting on "schpilkas" throughout the meeting was Second Vice President Milton Friedman. who missed by several days the chance to bring his son to our meeting. Sholem Lodge welDEMONSTRATIONS BEGIN AS JEWS ARE SENT TO CAMPS comes Milton's new son, and extends to him and to Sylvia our best wishes. Brother Nat Roth, chairman of the Americanization committee, announced that a B'nai B'rith Flag Day program has been scheduled for Flamingo Park on Sunday. June 14th, at 7:30 o'clock. At the program there will be announced the winners of an essay contest on "Our Flag and Our Country," which was conducted in Miami Beach schools among eleven hundred students. The task of weeding through the essays and selecting the winners was assigned to Brothers Harry Simonhoff and Rabbi Mescheloff, who were assisted by Superintendent of Public Instruction, James T. Wilson and Sidney Ellison, principal of the Miami Beach Senior High School. Plans for a June social affair acp being made and an announcement will be forthcoming in the next B'nai B'rith column. Geneva ( WNS )—Pro-Jewish demonstrations in which thousands of Italian "Aryans" participated marked the departures of the first groups of Italian Jews for forced labor in special camps, it was reported here. The demonstrations took place in Milan and Rome, according to the authoritative Rome newspaper "Regime Fascista" which attacked the demonstrations as "disloyal manifestations against the Fascist regime." Similar demonstrations were reported to have taken place in other Italian cities. The Fascist newspaper disclosed that the railroad stations, from which the Jews were scheduled to leave, were crowded with non-Jews who brought gifts and affectionately bid the Jews farewell. The paper warned that such demonstrations will not be tolerated in the future. DEAFEN ED! SEE AND HEAR THE NEW RADIOEAR Just released from the laboratories of one of America's oldest hearing aid manufacturers. More features, more convenience, immediate service more hearing! RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg., Miami Fla. 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You will find them effective also in the relief of the other nagging pains mentioned above. iac>ur Pacfcac* A package of these !? %  &. p ro mpt acting pain reiss TaMsts. t I.M hevers may save you hours of suffering. I .' %  11 i I



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4> PAGE FOUR vjewlst Hcridlian FRIDAY, JUN E 12. l 942 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor One SUBSCRIPTION Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 VOLUME 15 NUMEBER 24 SIVAN 27, 5702 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 12. 1942 Betraying Religious Liberty (EM. N<-IP: Replying i" a charge made this week by Rev. Daniel Iverson, pastor of the Bhenandoan Presbyterian Church of this <-11>. Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual head of Miami's Pioneer Congregation, Beth David, severely takes ti> task the minister Iverson charged thai approval '>f Sunday football games by the Miami city commission would Immediately cause .i schism between the religious groups i>f the area and creati .1 factionalism with Protestants on one side opjwsing Catholics :<"'! Jews on the other.) It was my intent to keep silent about the "Iverson Issue" even though he excoriated Catholics and Jews by setting them aside from Protestants in a free democracy, in his statement this past week of the possible formation of a Protestant Church Group in this area as against a Catholic and a Jewish group if football games are permitted on Sundays in the Stadium. I believe, in a war crisis where undemocratic utterances arc made we dare not assume a "hush-hush" policy, but we must speak out boldly. At the request of the editor of the Jewish Floridian, I give this statej ment to the Jewish press refus-, ing to give a statement to the general press under the "heat of argument". I had hoped that with the passing of time perhaps a word of explanation or retraction would come from the "man of God" who as a true Christian Fundamentalist should have grasped the full meaning of the text of his teacher, the Nazarene, "Fear not them which kill the body, but rather those who kill the soul." The setting of group against group even by inference alone is unchristian and undemocratic. It is treasonable even to posit such thoughts in the minds of Americans, be they Fundamentalists or otherwise.—the "better than thou" attitude. In 1 the words of Robert Browning, "all service ranks the same with i God; there is no last or first.": It is no mere accident that our constitution paraphrases the bi-; blical concept by declaring that "all men are created equal." I lift up my voice in protest not alone against Mr. Iverson*s audacity to dictate to a city commission its responsibilities to devotees of our democracy which is our common heritage and birthright, but against all men or groups of similar thought. Have we forgotten the lesson when the Lord's Day Alliance proposed the same thing in the past? Not alone did they become interested in the Sunday Sabbath but in the passage of the eighteenth amendment with political lobbying in Washington. Did they not desire to pass an amendment to the United States constitution recognizing the Christian Sabbath as the National Sabbath Day ultimately uprooting religious lij berty in America? The reason [ being to pave the way for the concersion of the Constitution and the legislative code of the country into documents that would read like Catecsisms and Confessions of faith. At first it. was the prohibition of amusements oil Sunday that was dej manded. then amateur sports: placing the taboos of ccclesiasticism on the civil government. t And then of course they will clamor for enforced church at-, tendance and finally for a constitutional declaration of Protestant Christianity as the established faith of America. What that means we have but to read the history of the Massachusetts colony to find out. It is not mere idle suspicion on my part or fear that prompts this statement for that is what narrow, bigoted religionists are clamoring. What right docs Mr. Iverson have to inject himself into the school System of this area with religious control over Shenandoah School? Thank God there arc Christian teachers in Miami, men of true faith, men of conviction, of zeal, of learning who have also raised their voices in protest against the unwarranted attack upon the organic city commission of Miami. I believe Mr. Iverson should study his Bible literally and remember the words of his Master, "Think not that I come to destroy the Law or the Prophets. I come not to destroy but to fulfill." Namely, that all children are the sons of God and every day is the Day of the Lord, not only the Sabbath. He should know that when the Nazarene was asked. "Which is the first commandment?" he answered. "Hear, O Israel, the Lord, our God is one Lord." He taught the unity of God and by the same token the unity of man irrespective of theological differences. Surely, little men always try to circumvent God's Word to fit with their religious pattern, but do "little men of God" forget that in the past they were consumed by divine wrath? We should repeat again and again wherever bigotry embraces religious leaders and laymen that if the Nazarene were to come back lo earth today such bigots would bar him because he is a Jew and observes Saturday as the Day of Rest. Or if St. Peter would come to life today he would not be admitted as a guest at many of the hotels and apartments in this area because he is a Hebrew. What sort of Americans are they who would deny sincerity and honesty of conviction to their fellow citizens, and where is the sense of justice in men who laying claim to respect for themselves and their religious convictions are wanting in the most elementary decent regard for the religious beliefs and opinions of others? "We must yield the liberties we demand," was the precious motto of William Penn. I commend this Quaker motto to the conscience of Iverson and other Sabbatarians of today, the wouldbe political leaders of tomorrow. I commend this motto to them whom I verily believe to be the enemies of religious progress in America as well as the foes of American democracy. THE MODERN MINUTE MAN ADRIFT 7 DAYS, 2 JEWISH SEAMEN REACH NEW YORK New York (WNS)—Two Palestinian Jewish seamen, one of them 19 years of age, were taken to New York this week by an American tanker which rescued them in the South Atlantic where they had been adrift in an open boat for 7 days after their ship was torpedoed by an Axis submarine. The two Jewish seamen, Efraim Cukier and Joseph Czapiro, were helping to maintain the lifeline of the United Nations when their ship, a Dutch freighter, was sent to the bottom. Cukier. a former student at the Haifa Naval Academy, has been at sea for three years although he is now only 19 years old. Despite his recent experience, the young Jewish sailor told newsmen that he was anxious to secure a birth on a ship headed for the Near East so he could rejoin his family in the Emek region of Palestine. He has not seen his family since January, 1941 .when he signed on an Italian freighter that had been captured by the British. Cukier, an oiler, was asleep in the forecastle when the Nazi torpedo struck his ship. He ran on deck and helped to launch one of the freighter's two lifeboats. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREfjtAJMj, eonfidentiai -By PHINEAS J. BIRONPOLITICAL COMMENT W. M. Kiplinger, editor of the famous Kiplinger letters whose book, "Washington Is Like This," is on the road to becoming one of the nation's best sellers, has this to say about Jewish government employees: "Jew number about four pe r cent of all government employees, which is in proportion to the number of the Jews in the population of the country" j n some departments there is "a disproportionate numbers of Jews," while in other departments there are virtually no Jews at all, he adds Have we told you that when Governor Herbert H. Lehman leaves Albany next year—he's not up for re-election—he will exchange his cononelcy for a brigadiergeneralship? ... For those who want to call our local Naztiman pediculous, Winchell has created a new word: swastikootiess. DOPE ON RACES If you're not entirely convinced that "racial theories" are the bunk, consider the case of Count Richard N. CoudenhoveKalergi, president of the Pan-Europa Union, who for decades has been working for a free and united Europe He's in this country now, for Hitler doesn't like him at all—although the Count is pure Aryan on his father's side, and undiluted Jap. anese in his maternal ancestry His father. Count Heinrich Coudenhove-Kalergi, you may remember, was a serious student of anti-Semitism and the author of an important book of this trend, which he deplored and condemned Count Richard, of course, follows in his father's footsteps in this regard. JEWISH NEWS The Committee for a Jewish Army is now hitting on all cylinders in the Midwest, where the Zionist rank and file recognizes that it is the only medium through which to work for the formation of a Jewish Army in the Near and Middle East. Thanks to the Union of American Hebrew Congregations' Arthur Meyerowitz for reminding us of another instance of a Biblical prophet foretelling present-day events This time it's Ecclesiastes, the Preacher, who seems to have given an excellent picture of the modern blackout inspired by fear of "that which is high"—bombing planes to you Look it up in your own Bible (Chapter 12, verses 3-6) It's news when a scientific enterprise prospers, so we herewith convey our congratulations to Prof. Jekuthiel Ginsburg, head of the Department of Mathematics at Yeshiva College, on the acquisition of a Doctor of Science degree, conferred on him by Columbia University honoris causa This makes June a month of double celebration for Dr. Ginsburg, for Scripta Mathematica, the quarterly of which he is the editor and founder, held a big dinner last week And at this dinner a drive was announced for a $10,000 Tenth Anniversary Fund to assure the future of Scripta, as was the fact that the fund already has a good start with a number of donations, among them a gift of $1,000 from Harvey Schwamm and another of $250 from Abraham Mazer. YOU SHOULD KNOW A theory to which we'd like to know Hitler's reaction is one, mentioned in the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia's article on Japan, which considers the Nipponese to be descendants of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel The reasoning by which one N. McLeod reached this conclusion some seventy years ago is ingenious to say the least For the details, with ilustrations, we refer you to Volume Six of The Encyclopedia From this volume we learn also that Nahida Ruth Lazarus, wife of the famous German Jewish scholar Moritz Lazarus and editor ot his posthumous autobiographical books, was born a Christian, became a disciple of Lazarus, and was converted to Judaism when she married her teacher That another Lazarus, Eleazar S. (he was the grandfather of the famous American poet Emma Lazarus), was the editor of the first Hebrew prayer book published in North America back in 1826 That one David Levi. who lived in London in the eighteenth century, holds the distinction of having been the first Jew to defend his faith In English polemical writing And that the first Yom Kippur service to be held in the Transvaal, South Africa, was organized by Daniel Montagu Kisch, a famous traveler, in 18/b. Kisch lived in the Transvaal for many years, and became a leader of the Jewish community there, but retained his wande ) lust none the less ... At least, so we gather from the fact thai he died at sea at the advanced age of 98. ABOUT PEOPLE Don's be surprised if Charlie Chaplin takes a flying trip the Soviet Union ... He has been invited to visit our Russian allies ... The Hebrew Union College's Dr. Nelson GluecK, you'll be happy to learn, has arrived safey in the Near Ws_ where he has gone on an undisclosed mission \~ e0I ^ e Grosz, the German-born artist whose caricature of Hitler ated a sensation at this spring's Art Students' League Ball, n taken on a pupil—none other than Mrs. Ivy Litvinoff, w e e the Soviet Ambassador to this country Jane Manner, in former Cincinnatian whose Drama Studio has trained so ma y of Broadway's and Hollywood's players, is preparing pr" sional and amateur presentations of plays to be producea war relief benefits ... If Hollywood really does decide *T the life of Al Jolson, will Al get the leading role, or wui given over to some other actor—say. Don Ameche? • • %  HU 1 has it that John D. Herta, Jr., son of the transportation tycoo %  will be the next husband of the film star, Myrna Loy • • -J* J e way's illumination may be dimmed out, but that doesn t iaxe stars of the entertainment world.


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wJewisti Fllaridliai in CTORY BUY 1% CSSESm The Jewish Unity *9 ICTORY BUY TED TATII VOLUME 15—No. 24 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 12. 1942 PRICE—10 CENTS Flag D ay Obs ervance at Beach Park Sunday —— %  %  o Fourth Annual Session of Y Waste Materials Sholem and Elks Lodges to Home Ca mp O pens Mondaylg^^g^lCelebrate This Event Jointly Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A., announces that plans have been completed for the opening of the 4th Annual Session of the Y. M. H A. Home Camp on June 15 at 9:30 a. m. For the past week registration was held at the "Y"' and the results have exceeded all expectations. The Y. M. H. A. Home Camp gives a diversified program of play and activity for children between the ages of 5 and 14. five days a week, Monday through Friday, from 9:30 to 4:30. The activities at the ,'Y" include arts and crafts, athletics, badminton, ballet and tap dancing, basketball, checkers, chess, clubs, diamondball, dramatics, games, gymnastics, hikes, handball, hobbies, Jewish folk lore, kamera klub, library, music, ping pong, reading hour, scrap book, sewing, showers, shuffle board, songs, story telling, tennis, volleyball, c:rcus, camp fire, hot dog roasts, pageant, playground and watermelon festival. Luncheon is served daily and milk twice daily. The medical staff, Doctors Harold Rand, Max Pepper, Stanley Frehling and! Larry Adler, will examine every child before approving enroll, ment. A special feature this year will be the study of Hebrew in the afternoons Waste rubber tor of the Camp and is assisted I by George J. Rach.in. treasurer; ZTZflt __f J_S the ^ Mrs. Essie Schaffer, general superintendent; Mrs. Maurice Grossman, kindergarten; Miss Pat Auerback, dramatics; Miss Madeline Schulman, music; Miss Frances Ginsberg, arts and crafts; Mrs. Molly Belov, library; Mrs. Blanche Meyers, dancing; Dr. I. H. Schwartz, athletics; Don MacClosky, Harold Berkowitz and Ted Sakowitz, general counsellors. The Camp is being held at the "Y" building, using the building, spacious playground, athletic field, gymnasium, and all other facilities at the Y. M. H A. Registration will continue up to the date of opening of the Camp. Parents desiring to enroll children for the summer can contact Mr. Grossman 3-4012. I FOR REFUGEES IS I Rochester. N. Y. (WNS)—The situation of 21.000 Jewish refugees in Japanese-occupied Shanghai was described here this week by Joseph C. Hyman, executive vice-chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, speaking at an informal meeting of Welfare Fund executives convened in conjunction with the National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare. A large-scale program of relief is being conducted today in behalf of the 21,000 refugees in Shanghai, Mr. Hyman stated, despite the fact that that city has been under Japanese occupation for six months. The work is be'ng supervised by Laura L. Mark's and Manuel Siegel. both Americans, who represent the J. "• C. in Shanghai. Both Miss Margolis and Mr. Siegel refused 10 leave Shanghai before the beginning of Japanese-American "Utilities, although they had amP'e opp(,it un i t y to escape when seemed imminent. Although the situation of the refugees in Shanghai is certainly Precarious." Mr. Hyman said, tin! W for a fact tnat at this me the Japanese are permitting ^"ef work to continue under *'ss Margolis' auspices much as w ore. Programs of feeding, clo' %  ??• shl 'hering, medical aid and DELEGATES OF 2,000 GROUPS ATTEND NATIONAL MEET New York (WNS)—Delegates representing 2,000 organizations affiliated with the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League heard James W. Gerard, former Ambassador to Germany and one of the founders of the League, call upon the German people to revolt "if they want protection and help from us." in an address at the National convention of the League held here this week. "It is up to the German people to decide if they want that protection and help from us," former Ambassador Gerard said. "It is the eleventh hour—but it is not yet too late for them to revolt against their rulers and themselves play a part in final victory." A patriotic observance of Flag i Brig. Gen. Ralph Wooten will Day will be observed locally, make the presentation of awards and steel are Sunday evening at Flamingo and the winning essays will be among the chief needs of the naPark> Miami Bcach Scheduled read and successful writers intion in prosecuting the war, fed-j t0 start at 7:30 p m ., the affair : troduced. eral officials informed Florida ; wi n De sponsored jointly by Shoj The Elks will present the part X Va f f ? re ai ., a meetln e her, ;!lem Lodge B'nai B'rith and Miof the program with the presentation of colors, assisted by the Ida M. Fisher High School band. Depicting the history of the Flag will conclude that portion of the Mr. Qrossman is general direc-, f"" day V W, ]f n thev u were ur Sed ami Beach Elks. to search all scrap heaps in the and rubber lying around. A symbolic program has been prepared featuring the awarding of a huge trophy and several Seymour Martin, industrial ; medals to the winners of an essay | program which will be under the specialist of the War Production j contest among students of the Board, one of the meeting speakMiami Beach Senior and Junior ers. held in the Columbus Hotel, High schools. declared: More than 1100 entries on the "With all the rubber we can subject, "Our Flag and Country" get under the present rate of sal! w ere Judged by the award comvage production we will be more than 200.000 tons short of all needs at the end of 1942. To answer that need, rubber scrap collection must be speeded up immediately." Martin estimated that 80 per cent of scrap rubber now being collected is going directly into planes, tanks, guns and other war work, and that the remaining 20 per cent is being used only for the most pressing civilian needs. He warned dealers that no scrap rubber can be destroyed in any way, a federal Jaw prohibiting destruction, and that no scrap rubber may be used to repair tires—the rubber must be sent through dealer channels to the factories. Martin said that to meet the requirements the government is already using miscellaneous rubber items, such as bath mats, auto mats, rubber hose, and the hundred other things that can be turned into rubber parts for war uses. It is estimated that there is much rubber lying around in country streams, gathering dust in barns, attics and basements, hanging from trees for kids to swing on, making home made flower pots for farmers' front yards, and includes perhaps half of the 900,000.000 tires the public | has thrown away since World War I. mittee. James B Wilson, superintendent of Dade County School Board; Sydney Ellison, principal Miami Beach Senior High School; Harry Simonhoff, chairman of B'nai B'rith Anti Defamation committee; and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. direction of Dr. Maurice Klein. Nat Roth, chairman of B'nai B'rith Americanization committee will then take charge. Vocal selections by Edward Ginsburg, baritone, will be heard. George Smathers, U. S. Assistant District Attorney, will be the principal speaker and will be introduced by Burnett Roth, president of Sholem Lodge. David W. Isaac, chaplain of the air corps school, will deliver the benediction. Service men from the entire area are invited to attend. NOTED LAWYERS COMPILE RECORD OF NAZI CRIMES London (WNS)—A committee of internationally-known lawyers has begun to compile a record of Nazi crimes against the civilian populations in the occupied countries for presentation to the postwar peace conference, it was reported this week by the London "Reynolds News." The report will include crimes committed against Jews and non-Jews. JUNE 22ND AS AID 10 RUSSIA OAY Governor Spessard Holland has proclaimed June 22nd, the anniIt is believed here that a speversary of the German invasion cial court will be established of Russia, as Aid to Russia Day after the war to try high-ranking f r tne State of Florida. Aid to Nazi officers who ordered atrocRussia Day is being celebrated ities against civilian populations., nationally and plans for its obA similar fact-finding committee servance are being made by a is now functioning in Moscow committee headed by former Gov. with the cooperation of the JewAlfred E. Smith of New York, C. ish Anti-Fascist Committee of C. Burhngham. and former U. S. the Soviet Union. Solicitor General Thomas D. Thacher. U. S. AIDS THOUSANDS IN Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia 30 LANDS SINCE WAR START of New York has named the entire week of Juno 21 as "Russian New York (WNS)—In the first War Relief Week 6 months since Pearl Harbor war The local committee of RusARCHBISHOP SAYS WORLD Meeting speakers emphasized, re | ief and reconstruction prosian War Relief has planned to MUST NOW PROTECT RIGHTS tnat people may aid in this j grams in Allied and neutral councelebrate this anniversary with j necessary campaign by gathering | trics in Europe, in the Jewish a tag day on June 22nd, to be Declaring a,] old rubber around their homeland in Palestine and among preceded and followed by a sehomes and yards and getting it rt Iugc0S in tne United States ries of events the first of which to waste dealers promptly { n ave aided hundreds of thousis the Chamber Music Contort ands of persons in more than 30 sponsored by the University of London (W N S) that the rights of minorities must be protected by a just world order, the Archbishop of Canterbury included a statement on the N. Y. COMPTROLLER PRAISES lands, it was announced by WillMiami School of Music to be held problems of Jews in the preface! JEWISH WAR CONTRIBUTION to his report of the "Commission of Churches for International Friendship and Social Responsibility" published here this week. "Doing justice to the Jews," the Archbishop stated, "will be one text of a juster world order. A true international order will be solicitous of the rights and needs of minorities. There are both racial and religious minorities and Monticello, N. Y. (W N S)— State Comptroller Joseph V. OLeary declared that the contribution of the Jews "forms an essential element of the iam Rosenwald. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national chairmen of the United Jewish Appeal. American pattern," at the annual state convention of the Jewish War Veterans. "While the Jews today constitute about three percent of our 11.608 JEWISH-OWNED SHOPS general \ "ARYANIZED" IN RUMANIA June 22nd at 4 p m. on Friday, June 12 at 8:30. Among the affairs scheduled is a concert to be sponsored by Mana-Zucca, well known Miami composer and pianist, who will present a concert in her home on child care are being conducted." Paying tribue to the heroism of •MM Margolis and Mr. Siegel in said '"* t0 their posts Mr Hvman Cnm The Joint Distribution ommittee is indeed fortunate in mo „ cal bre of the men and won who represent it abroad." both have been persecuted. Probj total population," he said, "I am ably the most difficult single j reliably informed that about 8| problem confronting the world I percent are now in military sertoday in the sphere of minorities is that of the Jews, because they are partly a racial group and partly a religious one—capable alike of complete assimilation and of the most stubborn particularity." —Buy War Bonds Todayvice. "When you hear whisperings against Jews or against any other segment of our population, it is a 1,000 to 1 chance that such whisperings originated in the evil minds of the Nazis seeking to divert us from the unity so necessary for victory." Plans arc under way for a Stockholm (WNS)—The BuchaRussian Nite to be held on June rest radio reported this week that 21 at Beth David Congregation the Rumanian Government has a t 7:30 p. m. completed the "Aryanization" of Special emphasis is being placed 1 1,608 Jewish-owned shops, on the tag day which will cover which employed 28,173 Jewish the important centers of Greater workers. The Jewish employees Miami. Volunteers who wish to were ousted during the "Aryanhelp the local committee are ization" process and replaced by urged to communicate with Miss loyal followers of the Antonescu Mildred Zinn, executive secreregime. i tary, at the local committee's The report said that 3,563 Jewheadquarters, 828 Washington issh shops have been "Aryan-1 Avenue, Miami Beach. Teleized" located in Bucharest, 1,151 in Transylvania and 8,694 in Moldavia. phone 5-3660. I ,. Buy War Bonds and Stamps



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PAGE EIGHT *-Je*ls*n*rZte>r FRIDAY, JUN E 12. i 942 FROM THE SWIVEL HAIR C William L Boxerman The Race Question At times we are inclined to become discouraged by the slowness of the educational process Thousands of dollars have when people speak of us as a race in complimentary terms. Snipers The snipers in high places are at it again There still are those who would defeat Roosevelt first and Hitler afterwards That's what they tell you in one breath And in the next I they talk about the "Jew War" ... Appearing before a service group in one Florida community. I a professor from a southeastern university maintains that Roose' velt has destroyed "consititution1 al democracy" ... He goes fur: ther and insists that he does not believe in rule by the majority, which as we all know is the most democratic form of government ... In other words, he believes in rule by the minority .Put in plain unvarnished terms, that's Hitler's way. And while on the subject of educators, who consciously or otherwise serve to repeat what Hitler would have us believe, let us recount the tale of another mendous business enterprises of one kind or another Yet Stinnes preferred to profit by the inflation rather than to prevent its increase. Well, we are told that these facts were communicated to the particular professor, who really had no source for his statements other than a vague notion that he had heard or read these things somewhere before The tragedy of the situation lies not in the ill intentions of the professor, who probably has no desire to be other than fair-minded, but in the ease with which even he. a molder of public opinion, succumbs to insidious propaganda without even being aware of it. Gut Shabbos! MEMBER EDUCATION BOARD TO SPEAK FOUNDERS DAY been spent to teach sociology, j Professor, thisi one at a great educational institution in our state genetics, biologv and related sub. jects Not a textbook in the '• %  *? e Clte *' %  as a example of James Marshall, member of the New York City Board of Higher Education, and until recently its president, was the chief speaker at the 46th Founder's Day exercises of the National Farm School, on Sunday. June 7th. country today, we dare say, but will emphasize at least some of the elementals regarding race theories. It's been pretty well demonstrated by Boas. Wooten and the type of loose thinking and generalizations character i z i n g even those who are supposed to mold the youth and guide them in the channels of right thinking. This prof., addressing a civic others who are authorities on the organization, blamed the Jews of subject that there is no such Germany for the inflation that thing as a pure race Nor are racial traits peculiar to Jews Yet. even the governor and the attorney general of a great state appearing recently at a Jewish conference, dwelt at length on followed the post-war period explaining: "That's one reason for the present hatred of the Jews in Germany. They got rid of their inflationary marks and when the bubble burst, the Jews owned the contributions of the Jewish the Property while the other felrace to American civilization lows were holding the marks." They spoke also of the Jews being Of course this is entirely a a closely knit group who have false picture of what happened in retained their racial identity Germany But it is the kind throughout the ages. of picture that Hitler would have Actually, that is the conception Americans present Anyone that Hitler would like to foster who would discount such a ver. Scientifically and correctly sion of what happened (See Lospeaking, there are only three wenthal's "Jews of Germany." races in the world, the black, Marcus. "Rise and Destiny of the yellow and white Within the German Jew" and similar works.) white, all sub-races have long The biggest inflationist in Gersince been mixed and we Jews many and the one who could have are part of the general admixcontributed materially to its ture. which is the white race stoppage was Hugo Stinnes. an We should day in and day out Aryan of the Aryans under Hitcombat this racial idea, even ler's category ... He owned tre. 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The Majestic provides unusually fine accommodations! from single rooms to 2, 3, and 4 room apartments for light housekeeping. Government supervised bathhouse in hotel ATfC lonuillfl C. EMMETT KARSION. Mjinjee Perth. Australia (WNS)—The anti-Semitic. pro-Japanese "Australia First" movement plotted to betray Australia to the Japanese and send all the country's Jews to concentration camps, it was disclosed here following the arrest of four leaders of the "Australia First" group. The "Australia First" program, according to Frederick Thomas, special military intelligence in. vestigator, included provisions "to remove all Jews from government positions, to confiscate Jewish property, to liquidate all synagogues and Jewish organizations, and to have all Jews interned in camps." Testimony heard at a preliminary hearing here brought out the fact that the Australian fifth column movement was designed to aid the Japanese in their projected invasion of Australia. The fifth column had completed arrangements to take over the Australian government if the Jap invasion succeeded. HOTEL AND BATHS IAI HOTEL • APARTMENTS %  BATHS taC ~x% •OO IOOMS FROM %  Bisection: SOUTHWEST HOTELS INC.-H. Grady Manning, Founder i Eastman Hot** in the spociouiness of it* own private park. ..offers excellent rooms conveniently dose to *vt*ythi*gjGovrnmtM supervised bathhouse under some root WALTER E. DAVIS. I RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 3.7301 Best care for chronic sick, eonva. lescent and elderly people. $25 WEEKLY UP Large Beautiful Grounds RAPID ADVANCEMENT lor High School Graduates Phone or Write for Bulletin No Obligation CHARRON WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 601 Postal Blflg. p n 3.4359 Miami, Forida SPECIAL TRAINING FOB TEACHERS TO START ON JUNE 15 A special training program for teachers of handicapped children will be offered beginning June 15th for the second consecutive summer by the School of Education of the University of Miami, according to an announcement just made. Two courses, each carrying three semester hours of credit, will be available for these special teachers, with the approval of Claud M. Andrews, state supervisor of vocational rehabilitation. One course will deal with "The Psychology of the Handicapped Child." and the other, known as "Speech Correction Problems" will train teachers in the handling of children with speech difficulties such as stuttering, defective pronunciation and other deficiencies. Teachers enrolling for the two courses will earn credit which j may be applied toward certif lca tion as teachers of handicapped ; children. The courses also carr v credit toward the master's deerl j for properly qualified persons. The University of Miami en itered the field of special train" ing for the teachers of the handicapped last summer, when ; general six hour course was of I fered under the direction of Miss Jane Stoddard of the State De partment of Education, Virginia The work is coordinated with that of the special school f or handicapped children conducted by the Dade County Board of Education in the Miramar School the first general program of this type established in Florida. Dean Charles R. 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The per-patient day cost to the taxpayers and various welfare agencies was less than the per-patient day cost at the county.operated Kendall Hospital and the cityoperated Jackson Memorial Hospital. Approximately 60 per cent of this group of patients were successfully treated and returned to their families within a period of 90 days or less, thereby avoiding their commitment and transfer to the Florida State Hospital. Fublic institutions report a low percentage of recoveries within one year. United States Public Health Reports issued January 3. 1941. states: "It is estimated that each person committed to a public institution costs the community $7,000.00." The Miami Retreat renders a service of great benefit to public health and to the taxpayers of Florida. CHARLES A. REED. Director Miami Retreat Foundation.



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FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1942 *• JewishfkrMkui PAGE FIVE With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi 1516 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Services daily. Mornings, 8 a. m. Evenings, 7:30 and 8 p. m. Saturday mornings, 9 a. m. Oneg Shabbos, 7:30 p. m. Sabbath Services This Friday evening minchah services will be held at 7:30 p. m. and Kabbolas Shabbos services at 8 p. m. Soldiers are cordially invited. Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officiate. On Saturday morning services will begin at 8 a. m. and in the absence of Dr. S. Bension, Rabbi Leon Spitz will preach on the Scriptural Lesson. The Ethical Chapter will be expounded at 6:30 p. m. and the Oneg Shabbos will be spread at 7:30 p. m. On Saturday night at 8:30 p. m. the weekly Saturday night dance and reception for soldiers will be held under the joint auspices of the Sisterhood and the Social Center League. Hebrew School Promotion and Summer School Opening The promotion exercises of the Center Hebrew School were held last Sunday morning at ten o'clock. Rabbi Leon Spitz, the educational director, presided, Mr. David Freedman reported on the curriculum, Harry Sirkin, chairman of the school committee and President M. J. Frankel of the Center distributed certificates of honor and prizes to the following deserving students: Gerald Steinberg, Larry Levine, Gloria Goodman, Jay Howard Linn, Seymour Schwartz, Louis Bacharach, Martin Tritt, Robert Levin. Bruce Marger, Murray Cohen. Burton Farber, Stanley Richardson, Bernard Sandow, Warren Lieberman, Gerry Lou Rose, David Gorshall and Jack Platt. The Talmud Torah committee consists of Harry Sirkin, chairman, Kolman Luria, Boruch Holman. Dr. B. Coleman. It was announced that the Summer School will open with four classes on Monday morning, June 8th and will meet mornings throughout the summer. The summer school will be affiliated with the projected summer camp of the Federation-Y. Registration both for the Summer school and for the summer day camp is open now at the center office daily. Sisterhood Rummage Sale The Sisterhood will appreciate any articles which may be donated and brought to the center by any of the ladies for the benefit of the Rummage Sale of the Sisterhood which will be held early in July. Center Honors Rabbi On the occasion of Dr. Samuel Bension's departure for a visit to New York last Sunday the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue presented him with a $100 U. S. Defense Bond to transmit to his son, Nathaniel M. Bension, who is receiving his A. B. degree at New York University on Wednesday, June 10th. The presentation was made in the presence of a large gathering of members and friends by Nat Hankoff, president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Men's Club who stated that all the officers and directors of the Center participated in making possible this generous gift as a token of the esteem and respect in which Rabbi Bension is held by the entire congregation. Dr. Samuel Bension was elected Rabbi of the Miami Beach Jewish Center last September and under his inspired leadership the institution has made marvelous progress. Dr. Bension will return BETH SHOLEM CENTER OF NORTH BEACH The Beth Sholem Jewish Center of North Beach announces that Sabbath Services will be temporarily discontinued until suitable quarters are located. With a large attendance of the residents of the section present at the get-together membership meeting last Wednesday at the home of Bernard Ordover, results of the drive were shown to be going ahead steadily. Additinol new members are: Alfred B. Rosenstein. Charles Tobin, David Rappaport and Benjamin Myers. Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers was instrumental in the organizing of a Ladies Auxiliary. Temporary officers elected were Mrs. Charles Tobin, chairlady; Mrs. Benjamin Appel, treasurer and Mrs. Abraham Zinnaman, secretary. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Thlril Street, Miami Beach MOSES HE8CHBLOFP, Rabbi 711 I^enox Avenue, 1'hone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor 2263 S. W. 2Ut Terrace, Ph. 4-0106 Y E S H I V A EDUCATIONAL MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. ABRAHAM A, KKI.I.NKi:. Rabbi 1883 s. W. nth Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. I7lh Avenue TALMUD TORAH 154.". S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8 :30 a. m. Mincha 7:30 p. m. Maariv 8:00 p. m. Saturday 9:00 a. m. Pro Patria We salute with respect and honor the boys from our congregation who are serving in the armed forces of the United States in this fateful hour of our Country's destiny. Today we pause to greet Irving Montague Ginsburg, son of our very dear friends, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, who has joined the Naval Air Corps. Irving is well known in our Congregation and community having participated in its activities. We pray for his safety and hope he will return into the midst of his loved ones in good health and happiness. Talmud Torah Classes are conducted daily in our new Synagogue building every morning under the direction of Rabbi Kellner. Rev. Solomon Gross noted New York pedagogue is in charge of instructions and conducts all classes. Sabbath Services Services on Friday evening will be held at 7:*" p. m. followed by special services for Service Men stationed in North Miami. Rabbi Kellner will conduct the services which are under the auspices of the local Army and Navy committee of the Jewish Welfare Board. On Saturday morning the Rabbi will preach before Mussaph at 10:30 a. m. and will conduct the class in Pirkei Aboth at 6:15 p. m. Shalos Sudas The weekly Shalos Sudas circle meets every Shabbos afternoon immediately after Mincha. The donor last Shabbos was Max Schwartz and this week the Shalos Sudos will be donated by Emanuel Gordon. Our Synagogue Gabbai, Sam Kaplan is in charge of arrangements. to Miami Beach June 19th to celebrate the dedication of the new Holy Ark and pulpit furniture which is at present being installed in the Center synagogue. His son is entering a Rabbinical College in the fall to prepare for the Jewish ministry. Mrs. Bension and three children are at present in Palestine but are expected to rejoin the Rabbi here shortly. Synagogue Services Shachriss daily at 8:30 a. m., Saturday at 9:00 a. m. Mincha, daily at 7:45 p. m.; Saturday at 7:30 p. m. Maariv, daily at 8:20 p. m.; Saturday at 8:40 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss. Saturday at 7:45 p. m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will preach on "The Portion of the Week." Sisterhood A successful affair was held by our Sisterhood at the home of its president, Mrs. B. H. London, this week. Proceeds will go towards the renovation of our Community Hall. Habanoth Our Habanoth will hold a Beach party Monday at 11 a. m. at the Cadillac Hotel. Mrs. S. Slotsky will direct activities. Servicemen's Recreation Committee Our Servicemen's Recreation Committee met Thursday morning for reports and plans. Last week's activities were sponsored by eight organizations acting as hostesses. A program was presented Tuesday and Saturday nights. Refreshments wcr served nightly Over two hundred servicemen visited our building each evening. A concert will be held this Sunday evening for our servicemen. Plans for opening a stamp hobby room, a ping pong room and a music appreciation room were presented. The committee could use two radios, an electric phonograph, classical records, additional ash trays and folding tables, books, etc. Those good enough to help, please call 5-6150. Mrs. M. Krieger is chairman of the organization. Servicemen's Services In response to a great number of Orthodox young servicemen in our area a special servicemen's minyan will be held in our synagogue each Sunday at 9:00 a. m. This will be conducted for and by our servicemen. In addition to this minyan a regular servicemen's service will be held under the auspices of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association at 9:30 Sunday morning Rabbi Mescheloff spoke dt '.his service last week on "A Light of Pure Gold." Cantor Mamches led in the singing. Radio Hour Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak this Sunday at 4:30 p. m. over radio station WIOD on the subject, "A Flag." Religious School We are happy to report a large increase in registration for our summer session. Parents can still register their children from beginners through Chumash for morning classes any week day morning. Help your children by giving them a Jewish education. Enroll them now. Refuo Shlaymo We wish a speedy recovery to Ezra Raphael recuperating from an appendectomy at St. Francis Hospital. Congratulations A hearty mazul tov to Mr and Mrss. H. Genet on the marriage of their daughter, Florence to Dr. Ralph R. Coleman last Sunday evening at the Palatial Hotel. Rabbi Mescheloff married the young couple with the assistance of Cantor Mamches, in the presence of the immediate families. May God bless the happy union. The Yeshiva Educational Center, 846 Michigan Avenue, will conduct classes daily for children from kindergarten age to Bar Mitzvah. Daily services are held at 8:00 a m. and 7:30 p. m. and on Saturday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Mishna classes are conducted daily at 6:30 p. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street OfficePhone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drlve6-1265 Mlajni Beach RABBI COMMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaUorce Drive, Miami Beach l'hune 6-1T3S CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer CongreKallon) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Residence Phone, 2-"l7t> HERMAN H MARBEIN, Cantor Phone 5-9063 Mrs. Loilll Nbtrgulies. Reporting Buy War Bonds and Stamps Hebrew School Semester The summer semester of Beth David Talmud Torah was begun last Monday. We ask that parents who have not registered their children to please do so without further delay, thereby taking advantage of the course presented and the remarkable instructions given during these seven summer weeks. General Membership Meeting The last general membership meeting of Beth David Congregation before dispensing for the summer months will be held this Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at Beth David auditorium. There will be several important matters which cannot be disposed of without the attendance of the members. Please get congregational minded and come out enmasse, thereby helping your own interest. Sidney H. Palmer, president, urges all members to set this evening aside and partake of the discussions. Refreshments will be served under the congregational chairman, Bernard Sterling, and will be assisted by Mrs. Chas. Abbott, Mrs. Sam Dickson and Mrs. Louis Margulies. Cards will be enjoyed after the meeting. General Activities We are happy to announce that many of our members both the congregation and sisterhood are actively engaged in filter centers. Red Cross and other phases of civilian defense work. Those who desire to participate in any defense services please contact the office. 2-1473 The rabbi was a guest speaker at the graduation and dedication exercises of the Central Elementary school. He also spoke at "The American Day Observance" in Little River several days ago. At the request of a committee i headed by the minister. Rev. | John Burkhalter of Coral Gables Baptist Church, Rabbi Shapiro will present an eight week course in Hebrew and Jewish history twice weekly to the members of the church Rev. Burkhalter is a former disciple of the rabbi who took his course, "The Hebraic Civilization During the Syrian Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Temple evory morning-. You may consult with him on matters concerning* the) Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to say. each matter will be held in strict confidence. Congregational Regular services at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th Street, this Friday evening, at 8:15 o'clock. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." Yahrzeits: Gisella Louis, mother of Mrs. Leona Levin; Ben M. Webber, father of Mrs. Albert A. Green: Alexander Miller; Kate Aronovitz, mother of Dr. Sam'l Aronovitz and Abe Aronovitz; Dr. M. D. Katz, father of Mrs. William Wilkins and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub; Rosalind Eppstein, sister of Jacob Eppstein; Frank Goldman, father of Mrs. B. H. Sadowsky; Abraham Landfield, father of Harold Landfield and Mrs. Edwin Landfield; Lipman LeVine, father of Benj. LeVine. Floral offering this week presented by Mrs. Albert A. Green in memory of her father. TEMPLE EMANUEL 1S01 South Andrews Avenue Ft. 1 _i :.I %  ill ii, Florida HABBI SAMCKI, HAI.EVI BARON 702 S. ED. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Sabbath Services, Friday at 8 p. m. Sisterhood sponsored benefit social, open to men and women, Monday at 8 p. m., in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sandier, 216 S. E. 5th Avenue. Sewing for the Red Cross, British War Relief Society, Bundles for America, etc., Tuesday from 12:30 to 5 p. m., at the temple. versity of Miami. The rabbi has called to our attention that if members or friends desire to form parlor discussion groups at their homes, he will gladly conduct such groups in prescribed subjects. Show your interest by taking the initiative in forming a "Parlor Discussion Group:" Yahrseiten The following Yahrzeiten will be observed this month of Tamuz. The anniversary candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the Kaddish begins the same evening until sunset of the day mentioned. Monoshe, father of Ted Gulkis, June 17; Golda, mother of Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, June 19; Alta Chava, mother of Mrs. Rose Fields, June 19; Isaac, father of Mrs. Joe Schoenfeld. June 19; Levi, father of Al and Lil Chisling, June 20; Itka, mother of Sadye G. Rose, June 30; Mendel Yosel, son of Meyer Schwartz, June 20; May, mother of Mrs. Jack August, June 22; Yisroel, father of Mrs. Jack August, June 22; Yitchok Hirsch, son of Ida Jackson, June 23; Aharon, husband of Mrs. Anna Friedman, June 23; Shimon, father of Edward Sher, June 22; Simeh, mother of H Alexander, June 28; Bryna, mother of Jack Barco, June 29; Malke,. mother of Mrs. H. Wasserman, July 1; Rochel, mother of Cele Rotfort, July 1; Avrohom, father of Henry Freeburg, July 2; Slava, friend of Mrs. Alex Miller, July 2; Devorah, mother of Ben Silver, July 3; Sholem, father of Mrs. Wm. Litt, July 3; Motel, father of Mrs. Alex Miller, July 4; Velvel, husband of Mrs. Benj. Meyers, July 8; Esther, mother of Mrs. Chas Jamison, July 9. WILSON Picture Frame Shop PHONE 2-2462 We Call for and Deliver Orders 172 N. W. 1st Street DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 987 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry i