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The Jewish Floridian ( August 21, 1942 )

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wJemsti Flloiriidliiai in %  :'. Gssmm Tllne J/vwusffi HJuiiHty ** yiCTORY VOLUME 15— No. 34 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1942 PRICE—10 CENTS BAITER IS MEYER LEVIN. JEWISH HERO. SINKS ANOTHER JAP SHIP SMITH IN U. S. New York (WNS)—Lewis Valentine Ulrey, chairman of the Christian American, an anti-labor and anti-union organization, has been disseminating vicious anti-Jewish propaganda, it was disclosed here by the New York mwspaper PM. The newspaper charged that six months after Pearl Harbor the labor baiter was still following the Axis line. In a letter sent to an associate in his organization, Ulrey stated: "Personally, I believe that we have come to Armageddon—the great .struggle between Christianity and Jewish Marxism." Repeating the Nazi lie that the Jews organized the Russian Revolution and later created the New Deal, Ulrey wrote: "The Talmudists were so successful in Russia, and by 1935 they had such open success with the New Deal in the United States that they decided to openly restore tlie Sanhedrin, which they did by selecting, naming and labcling "120 outstanding Jews.' These are the modern Jewish Sanhedrin members or "Elders of Zion.' Rabbi Wise in New York is one; Felix Frankfurter is another." Ulrey's correspondence fell into the hands of a Louisiana clergyman, who was so offended by its contents that he submitted it to PM for public exposure. REFUSE TO ARREST JEWS; FRENCH POLICE ARE FIRED London (WNS)—Nazi occupation authorities in occupied France have suspended many French police officers in Paris for refusing to arrest Jews for deportation to Eastern Europe, it was reported here this week by the British Broadcasting Co. Reporting the mass round-up of Jews in Paris, the London radio said: "The first arrests were mostly made by the French police, who did not take long in expressing their disgust for this task. The people of France did not hesitate to express their indignation at seeing Frenchmen do such work on orders from the Germans." "Numerous policemen were suspended on orders from the Germans and their identity cards were stamped "Jewish Sympathizer.' "The Germans told the arrested Jews that the men would be sent to Bessarabia and the women would go to labor camps and that the children would be locked U P in houses of correction. Despite the threats of the Gestapo, a TD 8riat nurnDer of the people of Paris, who are not Israelites, ai ded the Jews to hide." New York (WNS)—Sergeant Meyer Levin, the Jewish bombardier, who flew in the bomber commanded by Captain Colin Kelly and dropped the bombs that sank the Japanese battleship Haruna, was back in the news this week following receipt of report from "somewhere in the Southwest Pacific" that the Brooklyn Jewish hero had sent another big Japanese ship to the bottom in the Coral Sea battle. The 25-year-old Jewish bombardier, a corporal at the time he bombed the Haruna, described his second exploit to a United Press reporter: "I got one big ship in the Coral Sea battle, or at least I got a beautiful hit, though I suppose I'll never know whether she sank or not." ENDS ITS FOURTH 1 SESSION IL DUCE PURGE OF 60, PARTY MEIERS Istanbul (WNS)—The purge of 60.000 members of the Fascist party in Italy was ordered by Premier Mussolini on the ground that the dismissed functionaries constituted a pro-Jewish "bloc" which sabotaged anti-Jewish legislation, according to reports received here. Despite repeated warnings bv the Fascist party, it was reported, thousands of minor officials and party members continued theii friendships with Jews and failed to report their Jewish neighbors and friends for alleged violation of the harsh anti-Jewish laws which were introduced in Italy by II Duce at the instance of senior partner Hitler. The purge came shortly after Roberto Farinacci, high Fascist official, demanded that the party be cleansed of all pro-Jewish elements. Farinacci expressed dissatisfaction with the progress of the anti-Jewish campaign and warned that drastic steps would be taken against "Jewish sympathizers." Many of the purged party members were married to Jewish women whom they refused to divorce, the report said. By Leo Ackerman. Chairman Board of Directors Y. M. H. A. As you read these lines, the Fourth Annual Session of the Miami Y.M.H.A Summer Home Camp will have passed into history. This is another milestone in the splendid service that the Greater Miami Y.M.H.A is rendering to this community. One has but to consider the countless benefits that the children have derived from this splendid service that to realize once and for all that the Y.M.H.A docs render a much needed community service. First sessions of the Home Camp began in 1939 as the brainchild of Maurice Grossman, executive director. Though it started with an enrollment of NAZIS KIDNAP 8.000 JEWS; TO ESTABLISH NEW GHETTO Istanbul (WNS)—More than 8.000 Greek Jews, including many of the leaders of the Salonika Jewish community, have been rounded up secretly by Nazi officials and transported to the hills of Macedonia where a large ghetto will be established for all Greek Jews, according to official Greek circles here. The round-up of the 8.000 Salonika Jews was unexpected and conducted amidst the greatest se; crecy. presumably to avoid pro1 Jewish demonstrations by the I Greek people. At the same time it was reported that the Nazis had abandoned for "military reaI sons" their plans to establish a Jewish ghetto in Crete and will I concentrate on Macedonia instead. SILVER SHIRT PELLEY GETS FIFTEEN YEARS IN PRISON AMERICAN JEWS OBSERVE AY FOR POLISH JEWRY"; 1 fSX York (WNS)—September .i 9 ^ 2 —the third anniversary of n u inva sion of Poland— !" .u 0Dserv ed by Jews throughfn L Un 'ted States as a "Day I or Polish Jewry," according to announcement here. | Indianapolis (WNS)—William Dudley Pelley, professional antiSemite and leader of the proFascist Silver Shirts of America, who was convicted of sedition by a federal grand jury here was sentenced to 15 years in prison by Judge Robert C. Baltzell. The court also imposed a fine of $5,000 against the Fellowship Press, the publishing firm secretly established by the anti Semite about two years ago. In pronouncing sentence, Judge Baltzell told the Silver Shirt leader: "I have read all your articles (The Galilean) presented in the case. Such things must not be permitted when the country is fighting for its very life and our boys are being sent out to face death." Pelley was accused of conspiring to impair the morale of America's armed forces. 32 pupiis, today the class for the closing week numbered almost 100 campers. All sorts of actvi:ies are given the child through a well diversified program of alay and activity starting at 9 >'clock in the morning to 4 in the afternoon, five days a week, Monday through Friday. In addition to the usual activities of athletics, music, dancing and arts and crafts, there was this year added, thanks to Rabbi (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3) WEALTH OF EGYPTIAN JEWS TO GO TO WOPS IN EGYPT Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. Cairo (WNS)—The property and wealth of the Jews in Egypt will be distributed among the Italians in Egypt immediately afer Field Marshal Rommel's Axis armies drive the British out. the Rome radio stated this week in a broadcast directed to the Italian | population of Egypt. The Fascist radio warned Italians in Egypt not to buy homes or furniture from the Jews since all Jewish property in Egypt will soon be distributed free of cost among "loyal" Italians. Another Fascist broadcast reported that the Italian anti-Jewish laws had been extended to the Jews of I Libya. BETWEEN JEWSNAZIS IN CAMPS Washington (WNS)—The separation of Jews and Nazis in United States internment camps was urged by interested Jewish organizations here following heports of fist fights and other disturbances between the Nazis and Jews, ;t was disclosed here. It is estimated that there are about 50 Jews interned in various camps throughout the United States. The Jews were sent to internment camps in this country from Latin American countries when the Western Hemisphere became involved in the war. Despite the fact that the Jewish internees are outspokenly anti. Nazi they are held in the same camps as German nationals. As a result of attacks by Nazi nationals on Jewish internees in Camp Blanding. Florida, the Jews were transferred to another camp in Texas where they sleep in separate quarters but must mingle with the Nazis during the day. Friction was reported also at a women's camp in Sigeville, Texas, where Nazis refuse to serve Jews at the canteen, and vice versa. A Nazi sailor interned in a camp at Fort Lincoln. N. D.. was sentenced to serve 30 days in the guard house for slapping a Jewish refugee. Disturbances between Jews and Nazis have also been reported in other camps. Meanwhile, a report from Ellis Island in New York stated that Nazi internees there held a secret meeting last week to mourn the six Nazi saboteurs who were executed. During the memorial meeting, the Nazis ordered all internees, including Jews whe are awaiting entry into the United States, to stand at attention. E I New York (WNS)—Declaring that Field Marshal Rommel's Axis armies are "poised to strike now against inferior democratic forces in the Middle East." the Committee for a Jewish Army this week appealed for public support to "compel one step that may quickly turn defeat into victory" the creation of a Jewish Army in the Middle East. The appeal was made in the form of a :'ull page advertisement in the York Times. Referring to the announced formation of a Palestine Regiment, composed of separate Arab and Jewish infantry battalions, the Committee statement said: "By authorizing separate Jewish units to meet The Menace in the Middle East, our gallant ally Great Britain has begun to acknowledge what should be done: But she has not yet gone far enough to do it. "In Palestine, and the Near East alone, there are 100,000 able bodied Jews apart from another 100.000 stateless, expatriated victims of Hitler's merciless march against humanity." the advertisement added. "Among them are thousands of trained officers and fighters from the vanquished democracies, and from Germany itself. Their souls are filled with one desire their strong young bodies dedicated to one purpose to strike back at Hitler with all the force and fury of which outraged mankind is capable." B'NAI BRITH LODGES AID AMERICAN FORCES ABROAD HEBREW UNIVERSITY SOLVES SCIENTIFIC WAR PROBLEMS New York (WNS)—Dr. A. S. Rosenbach, president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University disclosed today that the Hebrew University has greatly increased its research prograrr during the past year and is taking a leading role in helping to solve war problems in connection with the allied war effort in the Near East. Washington (WNS)—Expansion of B'nai B'rith's war-time cooperation with the American Red Cross to include assistance in furnishing hospitality and recreational facilities to Expeditionary Forces through the Overseas Service Clubs of the Red Cross was announced today by Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith. Advised by the Red Cross that, on the request of the War Department, it was establishing club and recreational centers overseas wherever the War Department indicates such facilities are needed. B'nai B'rith offered and the Red Cross accepted the aid of B'nai B'rith overseas lodges in facilitating the efforts of Red Cross field directors and club directors abroad. Among the B'nai B'rith units whose cooperation will be made available to the Red Cross overseas field workers are those in London. Leeds, Hull, Manchester, Nottingham and Sunderland, all in England; Glasgow, Scotland; and Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt. The lodges in Egypt and those in London have been cooperating for several months in furnishing hospitality and recreational facilities to United Nations soldiers, sailors and airmen. London (WNS)—Dr. Cherniakov. courageous president of the Jewish Council in the Warsaw ghetto, committed suicide when ordered by Nazi authorities to submit a list of Warsaw Jews for deportation. | ••( i m



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PAGE TWO vJenlsfi noridiar FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, Social • • Personals Clubs • • Organizations PERSONALS Mrs. M. H. Frankel and son Marvin have left for New York for a brief vacation. • • • Mr. I. Wolkowsky is visiting in New York on a combined business and pleasure trip. • • • Mrs. Nat Roth returned to Miami Wednesday from the Carolinas where she spent part of the Summer. • • • Mrs. Louis Heiman and children returned to the city this week after vacationing in Hendersonville. • • • Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and daughter Joy left this week for St. Louis where they will spend three weeks. • • • Leaving for a month's stay. Mrs. Ida Optner will arrive in Chicago this week. She will visit New York prior to returning. • • • Mr. Harry Sirkin, Miami Beach resident and treasurer of the Miami Beach Jewish Center has returned after vacationing in the North. • • • Mrs. Martha Guthenbacher left for Kansas where she will join her husband who is an Army Sergeant, stationed at Camp Funsten. • • • Mr. and Mrs. B. Berk and infant Diane, 630 S. W. 22nd Rd.. arrived here this week after spending two weeks visiting relatives and friends at Lake Placid. N. Y. • • • Miss Burnadine Roth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, will return here about Sept. 1st from Washington where she was connected with the Government. She expects to make her home here with her parents. • • • The Misses Judith and Carol Jane Wolpert, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert. are returning on Sunday, having spent the summer at Camp Burgiss Glen, Cedar Mt.. N. C. Enroute they will visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Brooks, in Athens, Ga. ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS B R I S The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami. Club No. 1, is sponsoring a benefit picnic dinner and card party on Sunday, September 6th, at 245 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach. Dinner will be served from 11 until 6 o'clock. Admission 50c. The group was hostess to the Service Men at Beth Jacob Congregation Tuesday night. • • • A benefit Mah Jongg, Card and Bingo Party will be held Tuesday, August 18th. at 1:30 P. M. at the South Beach Elementary School. 14th St. and Lenox Ave., Miami Beach. This affair is being held for the joint purpose of acquainting the civilians with the service men's activities of the P. T. A. and American Women's Service Men's Club, and raising funds to operate the center at the school. The P. T. A. and American Women's Service Men's Club is open every evening, except Sunday, from 7:00 to 11:00. with complete entertainment facilities for service men. their wives and friends, admission, refreshments and the use PERMANENT SUCCAH TO BE ERECTED BY BETH DAVID of all games, reading and writing facilities free. Mrs. Shirley Kovack is chairman of the ticket committee for the card party and reports a near sell-out. While the center is equipped with checkers, chess and card games, a table tennis and some magazines, it is in great need of equipment to aid the service men during their relaxation period. Among the important additions should be a radio, books, chess games, playing cards and a portable microphone. Anyone having any of the above to offer should contact the members of the South Beach Elementary School, P. T. A. and American Women's Service Men's Club at the school, 4th St. 'and Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach, any evening, from 7:00 to 11:00 and arrangements will be made to have them picked up. The Bris Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Alterman, 2270 S. W. 23rd Ave., took place at the Victoria Hospital, Wednesday afternoon, with Rabbi S. M. jMacheti officiating. 1 I CEREMONIES OP TOWER THEATRE S. W. 8th St. at 15th AIR-CONDITIONED FRI. & SAT. (Matinee Only) Aug. 21-22 "Atlantic Convoy" WITH BRUCE BENNETT VIRGINIA HELD JOHN BEAL SAT. EVENING AND SUN. Thru Tues, Aug. 22 25 Phantom Commandos! Who is He? What is He? "UlUISIBLE B0EHT WITH ILONA MASSEY JON HALL PETER LORRE also "MEN OF THE FLEET" in the new MARCH OF TIME The first permanent Succah to be built in the Greater Miami area will be erected with funds to be derived from a dance to be held Tuesday. August 25th. to be held at the Beth David Talmud Torah and sponsored by that congregation. Plans for an elaborate program have been prepared. Nat Zalka. chairman of the committee, announced. Assisting Mr. Zalka. general chairman, will be a committee consisting of Mrs. Charles Abbott. Mrs. Sidney Rauzin. Mrs. Hyman Sootin. Mrs. Sam Dickson. Mrs. Morris Pepper. Mrs. Jack August, headed by Mrs. Isidor Fine, who will be in charge of refreshments. A reception comniittec will include Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs. Maurice Jacobs and Mrs. Morris Margulies. Tickets, each representing a concrete block in the new Succah. are priced at 50c each. The Succah will seat slightly in excess of 200 people. The floor will be poured concrete and the roof will be portable and removable, enabling open air functions when weather conditions are favorable. I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It'i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street HILLEL IS FOR GIRLS SCHOOL Washington. D. C—Rabbi Ernst M. Lorge has been appointed director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the Florida College for Women. Tallahassee, Fla.. according to an announcement at B'nai B"rith headquarters. He succeeds Rabbi Max Eichorn who resigned to become an army chaplain. Born in Germany in 1916, Rabbi Lorge was a leader of the Union of Jewish Youth Movements prior to his arrival in this country in 1936. Graduated with honors from the University of Cincinnati in 1938. he received Tru; Pidyon Habcn of Emery Donald Blau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blau took place last Sunday afternoon at their home 1877 S. W. 7th St Rabbi Jacob M. Slavin assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches officiated. A buffet supper followed the ceremony. Rabbi Ernest M. Lorge his rabbinical ordination from Hebrew Union College in 1942. As a rabbinical student he was active in youth work. At Hebrew Union College he won a prize for an essay on "Non-Jewish Supporters and Non-Jewish Clients of Jewish Social Agencies." Rabbi Lorge also won the social research prize of the Hebrew Union College and the Simon Lazarus Prize for the graduating student with the highest academic standing. Son of a rabbi and professor at the State Teachers College for Women in Maine. Rabbi Lorge will also serve as rabbi of the Jewish community of Tallahassee. INFORMATION WANTED Information is being sought of ALBERT HORNICK. who has been living apart from his wife, Mary, and minor daughter, Lorraine, for a number of years and who was recently placed under a court order to contribute to their support, but is not complying with same, as a result of which both mother and child arc in destitute circumstances and in dire need of his financial assistance. Mr. Hornick was born in New York some 31 years ago. is 5 ft.. 7i 2 in. tall, weighed 130 pounds, has curly brown hair, parted on side, brown eyes, had a fly tattooed on his left upper arm. was a house painter and photographer by occupation. He is presently alleged to be in Florida. Anyone aware of his present location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th Street, New York City. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. Experienced housekeeper to assist in taking care of sick member of family of three adults. Permanent position; can live on premises: light housekeeping duties. Phone 2-5904. P. S. ORUEN 1040 S. W. Thirteenth Ave., Miami. JERUSALEM -c...--,'-.'.v.:..• %  gSii&82sS?2F


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%  B^HEE I. ^M FRIDAY. AUGUST 21, 1942 +Jewist) fhrkJi >r MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI PAGE THREE This weekly feature la prepared I 1 III** "ni"J IC..W.C d I'l 1 .U (CI by ilit* public relations committee of the (ireater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Hoard. The committee Includes William I. Boxerman, chairman: llenjamln Bronston. Yed K. Bhochet and Iaul Weltzman. (ContrtbUtltMM to this column are welcomed, particularly In the form of letters received here from Greater Miami boys now In the service.) Provision for Kashruth At the last meeting of the Ar. my and Navy Committee a decision was reached to finance the cost of supplying Kosher food to those uniformed men in Greater Miami whose religious scruples forbid them to eat non-kosher food The administration of this project has been placed in the hands of the religious committee consisting of all rabbis of Greater Miami. We See Them Go Three times Mr. and Mrs. Ben Scrkin of 2676 N. W. 62nd Street, Miami, have seen one of their six sons go into the army Any day now, a fourth son will receive his orders to report for duty in the army air force "We watched them grow, and now we see them go," wistfully and yet proudly Mrs. Scrkin explains. Residents of Miami for seventeen years, "the boys," received their education in local schools and attended Miami Senior High School They were with their father in the auto parts and wrecking business, one of the pioneers in this field. Bernie, 23, was the first son called into service Inducted in February, 1941, he served in the infantry and now has been transferred to the Army Air Corps, stationed at Cochrane Field, Georgia Charlie, 29, the second to go, enlisted in the Army Air Corps in April, 1941, following his brother Bernie by a scant two months ... He is "somewhere in Australia." Sol. 26, joined the infantry in June. 1941, but subsequently qualified for the Army Air Corps Sol is stationed at Angel Island, California Manuel, 21, enlisted in the Army Air Force on May 20. 1942 and passed all his qualifying examinations with flying colors Now he is, champing at the bit, awaiting his orders to report for duty. That leaves two sons, Isidore,: who will be nineteen in Septem! her and who recently registered under the Selective Service Law, and Rubin, twelve years of ago. The Serkins are proud of their contribution to the United States. Naturally, they are concerned for the safety of their sons What parents are not? But they also are fully aware of the necessity %  or marshalling "man power" as well as production in this War of Survival. Correspondence From Pvt. Arthur Baker, former student at the Embry-Riddle school of aviation, who is now m the Army Air Force at Duncan Field, Texas, in a letter to Mrs. Ida Optner: "Your package just arrived and jt was surely wonderful of you W send it to me You are very sweet and God bless you 'our kindness to others is wonderful and I hope that some day Jcan -come back to Florida and 1 you Give my regards PALMER '""oral h ip. I An.. 0 .?' W fLAGLEB ST. "SSUSP 9-2664 to everyone at the Y.M.H A The cookies were very tasty and I gave all the boys some to eat Write me a letter and let me know what is happening at the r Saturday nights." From Pvt. Zomps Seleznick. former member of the Coral v M u A P > f0rce and of 'he Y.M.H.A diamondball team who in an ordnance regiment at Camp Sutton, N. C: "Much has happened since I last saw you I've now been in almost three months and the longer I am in the more I like it It's tough, but if you have any guts you'll get to like it." "I've been playing diamond ball. We had tryouts for a company team. Two hundred men tried out and I made first team catcher Then our battalion, which consists of 800 men, had tryouts. and I again made first team catcher and also made acting captain Then our regiment of more than 4,000 men picked the 20 best men for a regimental team and I was picked for first team catcher. 'We really have a great team. Most of the men have played ball all their lives and really have j their eye on the ball Me? I'm just having a lucky streak." Miami Service League Those "full-o-pep" Miami Service League girls are at it again, this tune with a cocktail party for the Victory Belles, the female section of the Saturday night service men's dances Highlight of the affair to be given on Saturday eve. August 26. at I the Seven Seas lounge will be the presence of several outstanding army and navy officers The musical portion of the program will be provided by the uniformed men themselves. Guest speaker will be Mrs. James Dunn, prominent for many years in the field of social welfare Mrs. Dunn usually has an interesting and timely message to deliver ... In addition there will be brief remarks by official representatives of the Greater Miami army and navy committee. As a special committee for the event Mrs. M. Koven, president of the League, has selected Mrs. George Chertkof. chairman; Mrs. M. Rosenberg, Mrs. M. Milstein. Mrs. S. Getzug, Mrs. M. Shapiro. Mrs, A. Weiss. Mrs. H. Scher, Mrs. J. Levinson. and Mrs. J. Stein. Admission is by invitation only. Help! Help! Last week's appeal for tables. [ chairs, athletic equipment, radios, books, a piano, etc., was not very effective Let's try again and make a second appeal If you could have seen the expression on the faces of the navy boys who came to the Y for a pickup of similar articles gathered previously, you would probably scour the town for us Among the items obtained for the navy men's comfort were newly painted chairs and tables, soft chairs with freshly laundered slip covers, radios, ping pong tables, books and jig saw puzzles. Wouldn't you like to have that pleasant feeling which comes from knowing you've made some one happy? Give Mrs. Essie Schaffer a ring on Monday morning at 3-4012 after you've looked around the house Her committee will be happy to pick up your contribution. ITS FOURTH SESSION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Shapiro, a class for beginners' Hebrew. This was one of the most popular projects in the camp. Twenty-five campers took this subject and made very fine progress under the able direction of Louis Gadon. The interest of the children was always uppermost in the minds of Mr. Grossman and his able staff. Anything that would j please the children was given to them. For example, every Wed| nesday afternoon pony rides were provided for the children. Four live ponies were brought here and the children had loads and loads of fun. The social atmosphere of the camp was friendly and cheerful and the activities of such a nature that each camper always had I a feeling of happiness as he or she participated in them and the .sense of pleasurable anticipation ; of returning to these activities when the children were away | from home. I Distinguished visitors attended ; the luncheons served at the Home Camp and were amazed at this fine project. Officials of the Army and Navy visited us from time to time and added theii words of praise. Realizing a need of such service at Miami Beach, the "Y" this year established a Home Camp at the Beach with excel, lent results. Next year it is hoped to have an additional camp 01 I two in the Northeast and Northwest sections of the city. The time has now come when we must think of the "Y" as a real Community Center satisfying the needs of the community. I not of a particular class or section. This can be accomplished when, of, only, and in the event of the Jews of Greater Miami Incoming members in the "Y." and participate in its activities and functions. It takes money to conduct these projects. You people who are interested in this type of work, if you want the "Y" to become a real Community Center, you will become members and help us financially as well as otherwise. I am very proud to have the honor of serving as chairman of the board of directors of the "Y" and hope that Miami Jewry will cooperate with us in the program that we have undertaken. THE Y. M. H. A NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ SUNDAY SERVICES FOR MEN IN BEACH ARMED FORCES Services for men in the service are conducted Sunday mornings by rabbis of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Sunday morning, August 23rd. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will conduct services at Flamingo Park at 8 o'clock and at the Ronev Plaza at 9 o'clock. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will conduct serVices for men in the service at the Beth Jacob Congregation at 9:00 a. m. and Rabbi Samuel Bension at the Meami Beach Jewish Center at 9:00 a. m. Rabbi Bension will also speak on the Jewish Hour over WIOD on Sunday at 4:30 p. m. LONDON — The decision of the British Government in establishing a Palestine regiment was termed "useful" and a step forward for the defense of Palestine" is a resolution adopted. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. A *k Your Local Delicatewen For the Best Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats S7th and Normal Ave. Chicago R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 Miami Home Camp Holds Closing Exercises Thursday evening the Home Camp held final exercises for the 1942 season. A large audience of parents and campers attended. An elaborate program was presented by the children of the camp. Among those participating were Richard Schulman, Maurice Grossman, executive director; Pam Silverman and Douglas Schwartz, Morris Klass, executive director, Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Miss Pat Auerback, dramatics director; Leo Ackcrman, chairman board of directors; Rabbi Max Shapiro; Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. The senior boys and girls and the kindergarten group presented group selections. A medal award for the best dramatics camper was given by Miss Pat Auerback. dramatic director, to Harriet Rand. Second prize for dramatics was given to Jo Anne Shier. Leo Ackerman. chairman of the board, presented a prize to Harriet Rand for being the best all around girl camper and to Bernard Rosenthai for the best boy camper. Closing exercises at the Beach Home Camp will be held next Friday afternoon. August 28. at 4 o'clock at the Camp grounds, 1849 James Avenue. An elaborate program is being prepared by Mrs. Grossman, superintendent of the camp at the Beach. The public is cordially invited to attend. A vote of thanks is due Mr. Grossman and all the counsellors for their splendid work during this past camp session. Dade County Defense Council Meets at "Y" The "Y" was singularly honored last Wednesday afternoon when the Recreation Division of the Dade County Defense Council held its regular bi-weekly meeting at the Y. M. H. A. This is an advisory committee of the Defense Council with reference to recreation facilities for the men in uniform. The Y is represented on that council by Maurice Grossman. Mr. Van Orsdale. chairman of the committee which included outstanding military and naval dignitaries in this area who attended, commented on the fine facilities of the Y for the men in uniform. "Y" Softball League Enters District Tournament The Y.M.H.A Softball Team, under the able management of Frank Rose, came out first in the City League. As a result, they have entered a tournament composed of all the leagues in this %  area. This is an elimination conI test among sixteen teams, the i winner of which will be district [champion, which comprises the I area from Palm Beach south. | The boys at the Y are keeping their fingers crossed because we i have a good chance to win. All the boys are playing an excellent game. The Sunday Intermural games at Riverside Park still continue to be very popular. Last Sunday so many players appeared that ; it was necessary to play two four | inning games in order to accommodate everyone. In the first jgame the Rachlin's defeated the [Schwartz's by a score of 8 to 6. ; In the second game the Rachj lin's defeated the Silverman's by a score of 8 to 2. Those who I participated in the games are: M. ; Schwartz. R. Clein, A. Weiner, G Rachlin. Miller, Lachowitz, Lubel, Friedman. Greger, Altschul Wiener, R e i i s m a n, Newman, Goldman, Herschel, Schemer. Reisman, Gladstone, Ralstun. Greene, Black, Schwartz, Seymour, Cohen, Al Berkowitz, Kos toff, Pete Silverman, Schankman Norton Pallot, Sol Levine, S. MRS. KATHARINE BARNS TO SPEAK AT Y.W.H.A The next general meeting of the Y.W.H.A. will be held August 26 at 8 p. m. at the Y.M.H. A. building. 1567 S. W. 5th St. After a short business meeting. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. chairman of the program, will present Mrs. Katharine Barns, who will speak on nutrition, and show a movie entitled "The Proof of the Pudding." Goldstone. and Levine. With the advent of Labor Day, plans are being made for a very elaborate and cultural program by the executive director. It is also planned to continue many of the projects of the Home Camp during the winter months. Mr. Grossman announces that the craft and the dancing classes will continue twice a week after school. All those interested please register with Mr. Grossman. A Stamp Club has recently been formed at the Y among the campers. This club will also be a feature of activities during the year. Boys and girls interested are asked to communicate with Mr. Grossman. This club is under the able direction of Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. JERUSALEM — Responding to a special message from the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the Vaad Leumi, Palestine Jews have increased the tempo of recruting since the British Government announced the formation of Jewish infantry battalions. f^jOlir Oos 1* a vital Fuel for War Production. Here ar* some things you can do to help Uncle Sam by conserving Oas and Gas equipment: 1 Every month drain off rusty water from the bottom of water heater tank. 2 Be sure your hot water faucets have efficient washers. Don't let dripping faucets waste money—and more important these days—fuel! O Keep top and oven range burners clean. Keep burner openings unobstructed. *e Check up now on your heating equipment to make sure it is in condition to serve you through the coming winter. 5 Modern Gas equipment is built to endure, so take care of it and it will take care of you for the duration. PEOPLES '( %  %  1 %  COMPANY Hollywood Ft Lauderdale Miami Beach



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PAGE FOUR vJewisMcridifon FRIDAY. AUGUS T 21, 19 42 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION On e Year, $2.00 SjxJtfonths^JUJO VOLUME 15 NUMBER 34 ELLUL 8. 5702 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 21. 1942 MERCY SHIPMENTS The campaign to ship under the auspices of the American Red Cross food and medical supplies to the starving Jews in the Polish ghettos received new impetus this week with the announcement from Jerusalem that a concrete proposal for "mercy" shipments to Polish Jewry had been transmitted to the State Department in Washington. Earlier, the State Department has assured the Representation of Polish Jews in Palestine that the American Government would give "sympathetic consideration" to any procedure which would benefit the civilian populations of the occupied countries without aiding the Axis economy. As each week goes by it becomes increasingly apparent that unless immediate action is taken by the United Nations to feed the Jewish population of Poland the hundreds of thousands of Jews trapped behind ghetto walls will be wiped out by starvation. Conservative estimates indicate that the pre-war Jewish population of Poland has already been reduced by one-third. The Jewish death rate in that bleeding and oppressed country is climbing steadily. Unless action is taken now, it may soon be too late. There is a limit to human endurance and stamina. In the past the oppressed peoples of the world have always looked to Washington for help and ecouragement. The Atlantic Charter, as proclaimed by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill, promise the suffering peoples of occupied Europe a new and happier world—a world freed of suffering, want and persecution. Our present task is to keep these peoples alive so that they can enjoy the privileges of the world of tomorrow. The entire world applauded when Britain allowed "mercy" shipments to the people of Greece. It will applaud when "mercy" shipments are sent to the broken and bleeding Jews of Poland. These shipments will symbolize the spirit of the world of tomorrow. OUR TASK "As members of churches and synagogues we have Catholic, Protestant and Jewish work to do. But we also have a task of transcendent importance to do together. It is to arouse all Americans to their religious duty to win, not only the war, but also the peace. Above all else, we have a united world to crusade for, to organize for, to bring to pass."—Declaration of representatives of three faiths at the University of Virginia's Institute of Public Affairs. WE CANNOT LIVE ALONE "Neither men nor nations can live alone. As men and as nations we must learn to live, work and cooperate with our fellow men and our fellow nations. To live in peace and freedom in the modern world requires that we shall not live in isolation. To cooperate in the modern world implies that nations shall work together as friends and good neighbors. "We have a responsibility to the world and to ourselves not only to destroy these tyrannies that now threaten our lives, but to help bring about that cooperation among nations necessary to give the peoples of all nations the right to work and the right to attain those living standards and those elements of security and freedom to which they are justly entitled."—Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black. SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY "It is folly to crusade against the dictator while we are careless or indifferent to the spirit of democracy. We will never fight the fires of religious persecution by the spirit that remains unmoved by the fires of the altars of religion."—Rev. Stephen James, pastor of the First Reformed Church of Albany. A CRY The Polish Govemment-in-Exile in London has made public some letters which it received through the International Red Cross. One young Jewish boy writes "Our entire family had died from want of food and from spotted fever. I also had spotted fever but I am well now. I live only to suffer a little longer and struggle for life. How long I will be able to continue to fight I do not know." The stories of the immense slaughters by the Nazis, of the machine-gunning of thousands, hanging of other tens of thousands, have reached such giant proportions that because of their enormity we cannot grasp them and we nod our heads in sadness when they are mentioned and go on as usual. We cannot visualize such sadistic and wholesale cruelty. But this little child who tells without rhetoric the sad story of his desperation grips us. We understand fully when he says: "How long will I be able to continue to fight. I do not know." We know that as his innocent lips framed this sentence, there were no tears in his eyes. We know that the words that he uttered about himself were being thought in the minds of thousands of other Jewish children. This little boy has posed a question which the whole civilized world must answer. "How long I will be able to continue the fight, I do not know." No, he does not know. For the answer depends not on him alone, but on us—on how quick we can come to rescue this child from Hitlerism. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREiPJtAidfy Qxmpdenm -By PHINEAS J. BIRONATTACK ON ALL FRONTS "We are confronting an attack upon the New World, which is being waged by the Axis powers on every front upon which they can muster their forces of treachery and deceit. This war is not being fought, today, on a military front alone. We, the free nations of America, are today faced with the supreme and historic mission of repelling a total assault on our freedom and integrity, an assault that is being carried on, not only by pirate submarines and military arms, but also by the colonies of subversive agents on the sovereign soil of each one of our countries. "These human termites, carrying out the will of their Axis masters, have been gnawing for a long time, not only at the foundations of our inter-American system, but also at the foundation of the economic structure that maintains us whole. It is for the purpose of completing and integrating controls that have already been established to thwart and to stamp out their activities that this meeting of technical experts from our twenty-one American republics is convened in Washington today."— Sumner Welles, Under-Secretary of State. FREEDOM VS. SLAVERY "It is that, a war between the idea of freedom and the idea of scientific slavery, between the dream of happiness and the nightmare of despotism. But it is more than that. It is a war for the preservation of humanity, for a defeat of the United Nations would mean a world of terror and tragedy. It would mean an insane world where a few men at the top of the heap would live out their hysterical lives trampling the millions under their heels. It would mean fear and want for the many and degeneracy and power for the few. That is what it would be like if the Axis won. "The Axis will not win. Twenty-eight peoples on every continent have signed the solemn agreement with their blood, pledging to fight on until freedom and sanity return to a tired earth."—Owen J. Roberts, Supreme Court Justice. MINE IS THE VENGEANCE With the trickle of refugees from Europe practically dried up, the grapevine isn't working as well as in former days Recently, however, we heard a story we thought you'd like to have passed on to you ... It concerns an incident in a little cellar room in the Warsaw gretto which a group of pious Jews used as their synagogue ... In it they had stored a Torah scroll saved from better days, and the sacred writing was guarded day and night by one or another stalwart young man of the group Came the day when a Nan storm trooper, out for a good time, invaded the place of worship, knocked down the guard, seized the scroll and started tearing it to bits "That's what I think of your Jewish God," he taunted "See, He can't even do anything to me : : Don't you think He'd strike me dead if he could?" Painfully the young Jew got to his feet ... "I don't know,' he replied, "but I will' And with that he leaped at the Naziand killed him with a single blow. SIDELIGHTS Now that Bernard M. Baruch is taking over the task of finding a solution for our rubber problem, we may expect to have plenty of rubber before long for our war machine and industry ... But don't think that this means you'll have all the tires you want for pleasure driving That activity will in any event have to be curtailed for the duration Baruch, it is said, has become a great booster of the Jewish Army project Guess who's touring the borsht circuit this summer, lecturing at the Eastern mountain resorts? It's none other than Mrs. Hitler, and she's being listened to with great interest But don't be alarmed—she's only the wife of Adolf's nephew, Patrick Hitler, whose mother is Irish and who doesn't like his fuehrious uncle either. LITERARY FOOTNOTES Sophie Tucker, whose "Life of a Red Hot Mama" is soon to appear as a magazine serial, recently cancelled a S15.000 night club engagement to entertain gratis at army camps ... Aben Kandel, whose "Rabbi Burns" created a sensation in Jewish circles a decade ago, and who since has been busy in Hollywood producing such successful scripts as "City for Conquest," is preparing a collection of short stories about the film capital, to be called "This Side of Glamor" Maurice Zolotow, whose pieces on Broadway celebrities have been appearing in the Saturday Evening Post, has prepared a history of Manhattan's night clubs for the American Mercury ... If you think radio dramas are made to be heard rather than read, take a gander at Ellery Queen's "Adventure of the Mark of Cain," included in the Pocket Mystery Reader, and you'll see it's just a spine-chilling in print as on the air ... In this volume, too, is a poem by Bret Harte, dealing not with mystery but with sudden death, which is the essence of most whodunits anyway "What the Bullet Sang" is the name of the poem. STAGE AND SCREEN The release of Walt Disney's "Bambi" is accompanied by (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) yiCTORY 1 UNITED STATES JVAR BONDS AND STAMPS INVEST IN ViqTORY! up Our boys can take the War to the enemy, if we bacrf: U ur with ships and tanks and guns! But that takes money. "*%$& Government to put the tools of war into the hands ot WJ. by purchasing War Savings Bonds and Stamps. And ]; e !" i m JL'lx just one Bond can't lick the Axis any more than just om e mp5 takes millions of Americans buying War Savings Bonds arin yoU every pay day! Bonds cost $18.75 and up and tney v up back one-third more in only 10 years! Stamps cost luc, W* soon total the price of a Bond if bought regularly.



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 21, 1942 • Jen1st fhridricin PAGEFTVT With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOIS H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. Ilat.bl Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive<-126S Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN i>400 I-aOorce Drive, Miami Beach Phone 6-17J8 BETH SHOLEM CENTER 761 41st Street MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9793 S. M, MACHTEI, Rabbi 1450 S. W. 17th Terrace. Miami I'hone 2-2579 Schedule of Services Daily services at 8 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Kabbalos Shabbos Friday at 7:30 p. m., Saturday at 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m., Sundays at 8:30 a. m„ and military services at 9 a. m. The Beautiful Captive Dr. Samuel Bension will speak at the military services on Sunday, August 23rd at 9 a. m. on the subject of "The Beautiful Captive" At last Sunday's military services the synagogue was filled to capacity. The Center feels gratified at this splendid response on the part of the men in the service to our cordial invitation and promises to maintain the same high standard which makes these services so appealing and attractive. Community sing. ( ing and Dr. Bension's inspiring messages are a regular feature of the Center's military services. Civilians, too, are welcome. On Saturday, August 15th at 10 a. m. Dr. Bension will speak on "Going Out to War" and at the Oneg Shabbat at 6:30 p. m. his topic will be "Man is a Tree." Abundant refreshments are served at the Oneg Shabbat social and a fine program is presented with Miss Ruth Brotman, noted soprano, participating. Service men and civilians are cordially invited to attend. Wolf! Wolf! Despite insinuations and misleading criticism the Miami Beach I Jewish Center publicly announces j that it has made provision to ac-1 commodate 200 Jewish service' men at High Holy Day Services. I The men in uniform will not be relegated to a basement or galj lery but will have the first call on our best seats as our distinguished guests of honor. The Center, I however, is not merely a synj agogue but a community institution, and looks to the general; public for support in the splendid service it renders. We appeal to the entire Jewish community to help support I the Center both in maintaining and developing the activities for | the benefit of the men in uniform : and the community as a whole. Overflow Services Perhaps it is due to the beau-1 tiful decorations, the awe-inspir] ing Ark, the comfortable pews, or an aroused religious consciousness, but it is simply amazing to see the early rush for seats at the Center. The demand is already so great that the Center feels it will be compelled to conduct overflow services in its spacious open air patio. This will require an awning enclosure and | lighting equipment at an expense of many hundreds of dollars. Since the Center is the responsibility and pride of the entire community we invite the public at large to make seat reservations at once to give us ample time to make the necessary extensive additions. Only a few choice seats are still available in the Center synagogue itself, and shall be allotted fairly and impartially in the order applications are received. Dr. Samuel Bension will give his illuminating explanations of the outstanding Parts of the High Holy Days' liturgy and his inspiring sermons *'" in these critical days, more than ever, serve us as a source of hope and strength. Seats may be obtained at the Center office daily from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. A committee is in attendance every evening. The Hebrew School David Freedman has been reappointed as the head teacher of Center Hebrew School. Classes are now in session. Particular attention is paid to the reading Rabbi Zwltman will be in the TeraP i'L ev ,?, ry n,ornl "SYou 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 ay. each matter will be held In strict confidence. Regular Friday evening services at 8:15 o'clock with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send pace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Yahrzeits: Rosa Goldstein, mother of Mrs. Ray Mendelson; Jennie Nevins, mother of Harry Nevins; Hyman Roth, father of Nat Roth; Anna Goldman, mother of Mrs. Leonard Jacobus. The floral offerings of last Friday were presented in memory of Alex Mendelson and Emil Brunswick. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone, 2-2171 HERMAN H. MARBKIN, Cantor Phone 5-9063 Mrs. Louis Margulies, Reporting Military Services Under the auspices of the lo-' cal Army and Navy committee of Greater Miami and the Rabbinical Association, services for the men in the armed forces will take place in our synagogue this Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Members and friends arc asked to participate. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct these services. High Holiday Seats Tickets for the High Holy Days are in readiness and we ask our members and friends who desire their seats to please contact the office either by phone or in person in order to purchase your tickets early. Succah Dance We expect all members and friends to join with us Tuesday evening at Beth David auditorium. Remember, we count on you and we are certain that you will not fail us. and understanding of the High Holy Day prayers. Parents are urged to register their children at once. Special individual attention is given to boys preparing for the bar mitzva. Service Men's Socials The entertainments and socials at the Center are now held on Tuesday evenings. Fine programs are presented and refreshments are served. Men in uniform and young ladies desiring to serve as hostesses are cordially invited. Executive Director The Miami Beach Jewish Center takes pride in announcing that Daniel Broad has been appointed as its executive director. Mr. Broad is well known for his devoted public service, and as an active leader of the Miami Beach Apartment Association of which he is now treasurer. Mr. Broad will be very glad to meet his friends at the Center office and invites them to cooperate with him in the devlopment of our splendid community institution. New York (WNS) — Special prayers for a speedy victory of the United Nations over the Axis were recited throughout the world on the "Day of Fasting and Prayer." Sabbath services will be held at 9 a. m. tomorrow. The religious committee met at the home of President Alfred B. Rosenstein last Saturday night to coordinate the various phases of the High Holy Day arrangements. Lewis Green and Julius Rosenstein were designated to chant the Schachris and Mussof services, with Mr. Green also acting as Baal Korei. Harry Kohn announced that the High Holy Day tickets were ready for the committee on seating. Those desiring to make reservations or to inspect the Center premises may phone 5-9793, Beth Sholem Center, or may call at the Center any afternoon or evening excepting Friday night or Saturday. Seating facilities are limited, and early reservations are suggested. Rabbi Machtei asked that a survey be taken among the members to find qualified and suitable Sunday School teachers. A teachers' training class will be conducted by the rabbi. Members wishing to be hosts to Jewish men in uniform stationed at Miami Beach on Rosh Hashonoh are asked to register with the secretary. Raymond Rubin, third vicepresident of Beth Sholem Center, pledged a Parodies for the Ark. He will meet President Alfred B. Rosenstein in New York City to purchase the Paroches while Mr. Rosenstein selects the new Sefer Torah for the Center. Dr. Max Ellis, first vice-president, reported that he was ordering additional prayer books to insure a sufficient quantity of uniform rituals for the New Year and Atonement Day services. David Newman was appointed to direct the ushers at the Center services. Alfred B. Rosenstein stated he would designate Irving Appelbaum. second vice president, to act as Center host to the Jewish men in the armed services, and to arrange for their invitations to homes of members of Beth Sholem Center. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MES8CHBLOFF, Rabbi 711 Denox Avenue, Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 621 Dennox Ave., Phone 5-7133 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. ABRAHAM A. KBtiLNER, Kabbl 1S23 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street KEEP 'EM FLYING—By buying Defense Stamps and Bonds. CONGREGATION SHAAREI TEFILA Miami Beach Services will be conducted at Congregation Shaarei Tefila at 440 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, Friday at 7 p. m. and Saturday at 9 a. m. and 6 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. spiritual leader, will conduct the services and speak Saturday morning on the subject, "Present and Future." Shalosh S'udos will begin Saturdey at 6:15 p. m. During the week services are conducted daily at 8 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Classes in Jewish laws and customs concerning the High Holidays are being conducted each evening at 7:45. All are invited. Rabbi Rackovsky is in his study and will be glad to discuss matters concerning Jewish Orthodox problems. Call 5-5495. The committee for reservation of seats for the High Holidays will meet daily during the week at the synagogue. All those who wish to reserve seats in our synagogue will please do so immediately as there is a limited number of seats. The congregation congratulates Mr. and Mrs. J. Rutner on the occasion of their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary. May they have many returns of the day. Daily Services Shachriss daily at 8 a. m., Saturday at 9:00 a. m.; Mincha. daily at 7:30 p. m.; Maariv, daily at 8:15 p. m., Saturday at 8:25 p. m.; Candle Lighting at 7:35 p. m. Friday; Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday at 7:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Service Men's Club Our Service Men's Club is open every evening but Friday from 7 to 11 p. m.; Saturday from 8:30 to 11 p. m.; Sunday from 2 to 11 p. m. A variety of programs and entertainment as well as refreshments are served every evening. Kosher sandwiches are served Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons. The Service Men's Club is conducted by the congregation with the assistance of our Sisterhood, and the cooperation of members and friends. A music appreciation evening will be held once a week for interested service men in the service men's library in our Community Building. Members who would like to lend us albums of classical recorded music please call our office, 5-6150, in order to augment our present musical library. Service Men's Service Service men are invited to all our regular services. A special service for service men is held each Sunday morning in our synagogue building at 9 o'clock. For service men who wish to take part in the 8 a. m. Sunday minyan we have a supply of tefillin. Bar Mitzva Malcolm Witt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Witt, will celebrate his becoming a bar mitzva during this Saturday morning's services. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the boy. Refreshments will be served. All friends are invited. High Holy Day Arrangements High Holy Day services will be held this year as in past years in both our buildings. Cantors and Baalc Tefillaa to assist our Cantor Mamches in these services have already been engaged. Our rabbi will preach in both buildings throughout the Holy Days. Special attention has been paid to problems of ventilation and lighting to assure every worshiper of every convenience to help make our services most impressive. Hundreds of seats have been reserved for the benefit of our Jewish service men who will be guests of our congregation during the holidays. Whoever has once prayed in our synagogue during the holidays can never forget the impressiveness of the service and the beauty of our traditional form of worship. To these as well as to the newcomers in our community we say. reserve your seats this week. Now you can make your own selection of seats. Our ticket committee will be at the synagogue every week day from 9 to noon and from 5 to 10 at night, all day Sunday, and from 8:30 to 10 Saturday nights. Seats are reasonably priced and gratis for those who cannot afford to pay for them. Siyum Our rabbi will celebrate the completion of a study of the Talmudic Tract, Baba Kama, with a Siyum to be held at our synagogue this Saturday afternoon during Shalosh S'oodoss. The public is invited to attend. Those interested in joining with our rabbi in the study of the next tract, Baba Mezia, are asked to see him in person. SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8:30 a. m. Mincha 7:30 p m Maariv .— 8:0* p. m. Saturday 9:00 a. m. High Holiday Services The service committee for the High Holy Days has completed its task and we are pleased to announce that a distinguished New York cantor has been engaged to officiate before the Amed. The congregation has also contacted the Yeshiva College for the services of a young rabbi who will be with the congregation for the Holiday Season and who, if chosen, will occupy the position of rabbi for the ensuing year. Ticket Sale The sale of tickets for the High Holiday Services will commence this Sunday, August 23, at 9:00 a. m. The committee will be in session every week day evening between the hours of 6 and 9 o'clock. Thank You The congregation is pleased to extend sincere thanks to Sidney Palmer of the Palmer Funeral Chapel for his many acts of kindness and helpfulness towards our synagogue and its activities. Shalom Rabbi Kellner has already left for his new post in Albany, N. Y. As a parting remembrance Rabbi Kellner wished his many friends in the community joy and happiness and in particular Max Rifas, the president, officers and members of the board of directors his heartfelt appreciation for the happiest year the rabbi sent in the service of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Guest Cantor This Shabbos will be celebrated with the services of a well known cantor who will officiate both Friday evening and Saturday morning. The congregation and its friends are cordially invited to hear our guest. Special Membership Meeting A special membership meeting open to members of the congregation in good standing will be held this Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the new synagogue. Max Rifas. president, will preside, and all eligible members are urged to attend. YESHIVA EDUCATIONAL CENTER Have you bougnt your Defense Bonds yet? The Yeshiva Educational Center, 846 Michigan Avenue, will conduct classes daily for children from kindergarten to talmudic education. Daily services are held at 8:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and on Saturday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Shalosh Soodas at 7:30 p. m. Mishna and other adult educational classes are held daily at 6:30 p. m. Special attention to bar mitzvah preparations is offered at the Yeshiva Educational Center. Anyone interested in learning the Talmud, young or old. will be happily received in our daily classes. Tickets for seats for the High Holy Days are now on sale and those desiring to attend our services are asked to please make reservations immediately. r&GUST BROS. Ri? Lf* la the BEST.' MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GORDON FUNERAL HOME YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AVENUE PHONE 3-3431 WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION ri



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PAGE SIX +Jewish fhriafiair FRIDAY. AUGUS T 21, 1942 TO BE AN ADJUNCT TO Nat Roth of Miami and D. B. Hays of Miami Beach are the originators of an idea whereby gas rationing will not prevent them and about 23 other merchants" traveling salesmen from offering their wares to at least a limited number of their Florida customers. Unlike their fellow salesmen in other sections of the country who are holding protest meetings and attempting to obtain extra gas. the Miamians have banded together under the designation of Southeastern Caravan, to "ride the circuit" of five key Florida cities to exhibit their wares in the fashion of the old itinerant vendors going from one county fair or public market place to another. Retail merchants within a 100mile radius of their five key stopping off places already have been circularized to acquaint them when the Caravan will be jn there. The merchants may then travel to the center nearest their home and place their orders for new stocks. Purposely, only 25 salesmen are members of this closed corporation. Among the reasons for i this is that hotels cannot accom' modate a larger group, and traveling and hauling facilities are limited. Train accommodations could not be made for the Caravan's first safari, which will leave Miami by bus. The Caravan will be at the Floridan Hotel. Sunday and Monday. August 23 and 24. They will be in Orlando August 27 and 28. Jacksonville August 30 and 31. and in Tallahassee September 2 and 3. The Caravan is not competitive and has as its object the idea of giving merchants the opportunity to get the standard lines they have been using for years. "Not only is it useless for us to attempt to fight gasoline rationing, but we feel that it's our pa triotic duty to do what we can to get along without special consideration," Roth said. "Of course, we would like to have enough gas to continue making our livelihood." he added, "but this is a time for all to sacrifice. We don't know whether this plan will work, but we are willing to try it out." AMERICAN JEWRY TO U rJoGUST BROS RY^f ** Is the BEST' DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH &27 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry in Miami, Florida SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT ESTABLISHED IN 1928 APPROVED SANITARIUM With Cheerful Hotel Atmosphere For Rest. Convalescent. Chronic and Acute Medical Case* Graduate Nursing and Dietetic Staff. Resident Physician. Complete Physical Therapy. Four Acres Landscaped Grounds. Sports, Recreations. A W. ELLIS Pre*. J. W. PLATTN. M D Med. Dlr. in I. W. SOtta Cenrt, Miami, FlorMa ATTEND HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES AT THE Beth Jacob ISynagogue 301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach • MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Torah and Community Building • RABBI MOSE MESCHELOFF will preach in both buildings CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES will chant the services, assisted by well-known Baalei Tefilla • Seats on Sale Daily 9 to Noon—S to 10 P. M. Sunday. All Day to 10 P. M. Saturday. 8:30 to 10 P. M. Come NOW and select the seats YOU want! Seats will be given gratis to those unable to pay • Hundreds of service men are to be the invited guests of our congregation; seats are reserved for them. HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN c—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOUJ Phone, MIAMI 2-7696—FT. LAUDERDALE 613 lor GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS Wa Sincerely Believe That Thara la No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK $12,259,258.91 has been contributed by American Jewry from 1910 to 1941 for the redemption of land in Palestine. Of this sum $1,713, 322.76 was made available during the year 1941. Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the Jewish National Fund of America, announced. These significant figures, together with a summary graphically describing more than forty years of work in the redemption of the land, arc revealed in the 72-page calendar which summarizes succinctly the developments in connection with the war-time program of the Fund. The 5703 Calendar has just been issued to more than 1.000 committees throughout the United States which carry on the work in behalf of the Fund in this country. The theme of the Calendar this year is: "In this war Israel stands as an ancient olive tree in a storm %  battered, but not broken." A special section is devoted to the work of the Jewish National Fund in America in which the significant contribution made by the Fund in this country is summarized over a period of 21 years. The Jewish National Fund Calendar is a source of authentic nformation on many phases of Palestine and is illustrated with a map of Erctz Israel and with Illustration of Front Cover of Jewish National Fund Calendar 4raphs and charts. The land possessions of the Jewish National Fund now constitute 41% of the total Jewish area of Palestine, and of the products from Jewish land, J. N. F. land is responsible for the major part of the food products, the Calendar reveals. During the past year more than 50.000 dunams of land were placed under intensive cultivation. The Calendars are now being distributed from national headquarters, and may be obtained without cost by writing to the Jewish National Fund, 41 East 42nd Street, New York, N. Y TEMPLE EMANU-EL ism South Andrew* Avenue Ft. I^aufl-nlale, Florida RABBI SAMUEL IIAI.KVI BARON Telephone HIS 70S S. E. th Street Sabbath eve services Friday at 8 o'clock. A special welcome is extended to all service men. Weekly'6isterhood benefit social for men and women, Monday at 8 p. m. Sewing sessionfor the Red Cross. British War Relief Society, and Bundles for America, Tuesday from 12:30 to 5 p. m. Applications for membership and seating reservations are being taken for the High Holy Days including Hollywood and all of Broward County. MAX GOLDSTEIN IS NAMED FIRST LIEUTENANT IN ARMY Max Goldstein. 58 N. E. 59th St.. secretary of the circuit court commission, has received a commission as a first lieutenant in the Army Air Corps and reported to Miami Beach Saturday for a six-week training course. Following the training period. Goldstein will be assigned to the troop carrier command at Bowman Field,, Lexington, Ky. Goldstein graduated from the University of Florida, where for three years he was All-Southern football tackle and made several Ail-American selections in 1923, 1924 and 1925. He has been practicing law here for 6 years. Goldstein's wife, Mrs. Laura Goldstein, and two children, Stephen, 5 and James, 1, will remain in Miami while Lieut. Goldstein is on active duty. You don't need a ration card to buy U. S. War Bonds. NAMED JEWISH CHAPLAIN FOR MAYO CLINIC Rabbi Ralph DeKoven who has been named to the Jewish chaplaincy created at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., by B'nai B'rith, to supplement the social service it has there for Jewish patients since 1927. JEWS TO IN POLAND FID HUH SAY LEADERS London (WNS)—Expressing determination of the Polish Government-in-exile to support the Jews in their efforts to secure a Jewish state in Palestine, Polish Premier Sikorski emphasized this week that Jews in the post-war Poland will be free either to remain in Poland or to emigrate to Palestine. The Polish premier gave this pledge in behalf of the emigre Polish government in a message to the New Zionist Organization of Great Britain. The statement was construed as a slap at the extreme Polish nationalists who demand the compulsory emigration of Jews to Palestine after the war. "Our sympathies are with the Jews longing for a National Home—a State of their own in Palestine." General Sikorski's statement said. "Both from a moral and political viewpoint, this problem is very simple to us. and we hesitate to repeat how strongly the Polish nation and the government favor these Jewish aims, especially since such longing is expressed by our own Polish citizens of Jewish nationality. "The problem of Jewish emigration from Poland must be envisaged by Poles as the right of Jews to leave Poland for the national home but never as duty on the part of the Jews to do so. Nor should that be taken as intention on the part of the Poles to exert pressure in that direction. "We do not intend to influence internal Jewish matters and political differences, whether great or small. On the other hand, we are ready both now and in the future to support the Jewish national aims in case the Jews themselves endeavor to attain them and to the degree the Jews themselves ask for such support." IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE THAT Cong. Schaarei Zedek (Gates of Justice) located at 1545 S. W. THIRD STREET MIAMI WILL BE OPEN FOR HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES WITH ITS HOUSE OF WORSHIP COMPLETELY AND BEAUTIFULLY REPAINTED AND REDECORATED PROMINENT CANTOR EXCELLENT SPEAKERS WORSHIP IN SPIRITUAL CONTENTMENT AND RESERVE YOUR ACCOMMODATIONS NOW! SEATING COMMITTEE ON PREMISES AT 1545 S. W. THIRD STREET SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23. 9 to NOON AND EVERY WEEK DAY EVENING 7 to 10 P. M.



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. 1942 B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By AL GREEN Jew!si) Ikrifinr PAGE SEVEN by Milton A. Friedman Guest Columnist It seems that I just sat down to write last week's column and here another is due. It is a good thing the Lodge is active so as to enable me to find something to tell you about. A new project has been started in Dade County whereby a permanent memorial will be erected in Bay Front Park honoring all men who entered the armed service of the United States from Dade County. This memorial would be an inspiration to the boys who are leaving, because they would know that they are not being forgotten and that the folks in Dade County remember them. Local civic organizations were invited to attend the first few meetings. Your correspondent, who represented the Lodge at these meetings, is happy to report that Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith was the only Jewish organization asked to attend. Evidently the public has become acquainted with the splendid civic work of our Lodge. At our last meeting Brother Maurice Cromer reported on the Labor Day week-end convention that will be held in Miami for all of A. Z. A. Chapters throughout the State. The theme of this convention will .be "War Service." WOULD YOU GIVE It is expected that quite a number of boys and girls will come down to participate. There will be oratory and debating and basketball g amcs to all of which the public will be invited guests. In connection with the convention the boys are going to a lot of expense and it is, therefore, necessary for them to raise funds to defray expenses. It was gratifying to note the reaction within the Lodge. Brothers Eisenstein, Levin and Cromer practically conducted an auction in getting the Lodge to raise their offer in purchasing advertising space in the booklet the boys are putting out for the convention. These boys deserve the cooperation of all men and it is sincerely hoped that the example and approval of the Lodge in giving a donation will make it possible for the boys to secure aid from all of the business men in Dade County. The scrap drive is still progressing. To date 117,000 pounds FACILITY IS ADDED TO SERVE The Greater Miami Jewish Community added a new facility to those already in existence for serving the men in the armed forces, when it officially opened the new Miami Beach Service Men's Center on Wednesday evening, August 12. Located at 1711 Alton Road, formerly Carl's Restaurant, the center heretofore has been operating on a part-time basis but now is open every evening with the exception of Friday. If one is to judge from the expressions on the faces of the serhave been gathered by the Lodge vice men and their friends, they and the drive will still continue to remain open. Sam's Service Station in Coral Gables and Sobers Service Station on the Trail at 19th Avenue, are available for residents in their respective sections to drop their scrap metal at these points. Don't forget the State B'nai B'rith Convention in Tampa on Sunday, September 6th. If you desire to attend as a delegate, please communicate immediately with the B'nai B'rith office. Plans are being worked out for a most interesting meeting of the Lodge in September. Follow this column for further details. Investing in War Bonds today, means the purchasing of freedom for tomorrow. LEGAL NOTICES NOT1CK IS HEREBY G1VKN that the undersigned. (leslrlnK to engage in business under the fictitious inline of BREEZE IN. 20 Bes.com Blvd., Miami, Florida, intends to register the said name in the Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida. MVKoN MILUSR Sole Owner 7/31 8/7-14-21-28 A PENNY to Atop that tuzadcLcAz? AA OST people who use Dr. Miles m Anti-Pain Pills say that one pill usually relieves their headaches. In the regular package, Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost one penny each. In the economy packages, one penny buys IVi pills. Why Don't You Try Dr. Mile. Anti -Pain Pill*? They taste good, act promptly, do not upset the stomach, conlain no opiates or laxative medicines. You may be miles away from a drug store when you are suffering from a Headache, Neuralgia, or Muscular Aches and Pains. Why not get a package of Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills today and be prepared for emergencies? Befular Package, 25 Pills, 25* Economy Package, 125 Pills, $1.00 *•* Ml diw*tion In OR.MILES ANTI PAIN PILLS NOT1CK IS HICRKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fletltious name of IHVI.N'S. 2is Baal Flagler St.. Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name in the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. AI.HX GOLDSTEIN Sole Owner 7/31 8/7-H-21-2S were "tickled pink" at the new recreational outlet provided for them. Magazines and other literature for the serious-minded, ping-pong tables and dancing for NOTICE IS HEREBY G1VKN that Sam Goldnteln is engaged in business under the fictitious name of KINGS, located at 1679 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and intends to register said fletltious name in the offlee of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Uade County, Florida. SAM GOLDSTEIN 8/7-14-21-28 0/4 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desiring to engage in business under the fletltious name of PHIL DAVIS (Not Inc.) at 138 B. Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, intenda to register the said name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HA Sin M. KAPLAN Sole Owner 8/14-21-28 9/4-11 tti YOU DEAHNED? The new Electronic Radioear just released offers new hearing brilliance, new styling, new beauty, new comfort, new service features. SEE and HEAR the entirely new and different RADIOEAR at our office. RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg., Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100 Sam Blank Newly elected vice-president of the Greater Miami Jewish Fedration, who heads the Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee, recently formed to co-ordinate and expand the program of assisting the men in uniform in this area. The committee last week opened formally another link in the series of service men's facilities with the opening of a club at 1711 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, made possible through the generosity of Carl Weinkle. The club and its facilities will be open every night excepting Saturday. A. Z. A. CHAPTERS HOSTS TO STATE MEETING SEPT 6-7 On September 6 and 7, Miami will be the site of the second annual state convention of A.Z.A, sponsored jointly by Miami and Miami Beach chapters. Threatening to surpass all former conclaves, this promises to be a most informative and interesting conference. Representing Orlando, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Jacksonville and West Palm Beach, A.Z.A.s from throughout the state will gather to discuss future plans of A.Z.A for the coming year. Heading the list of activities is the War Service Panel, presided over by military and civilian defense authorities. Foremost in this is the theme "Youth and the War Effort." Also included in the program of the two day convention are the annual tournaments participated in by the organization, debating, oratory and basketball. Determining the winners of the region, these are later sent to enter the national finals, at which time outstanding chapters are honored. Including dances, banquets, luncheons and other entertaining social affairs, Miami's convention tends to bring about closer relationship among the eight A.Z.A. chapters in Florida. All alumni who are interested in registering are asked to contact Leonard Oxenberg, 9-1996. STRICTLY IL Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON L E WORSHIP THE LORD IN THE BEAUTY OF HOLINESS THE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 EUCLID AVENUE Newly Decorated and Beautifully Equipped Cordially invites you to reserve your seats now lor the HIGH HOLY DAYS Please help us give you and the community continued satisfaction. Office Open Daily 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. those with lighter tastes, and the oportunity for just plain old-fashioned sociability of the "boy meets girl" variety area are available at the Alton Road building. Participating in the opening ceremonies were Tom Smith, representing the city of Miami Beach; Capt. E. Tiedt, area chaplain; Sam Blank, chairman of the Greater Miami army and navy committee; Capt. Louis Barley, special officer of the army air corps, and Bryan Hanks, chairman of the Dade County Defense Council. Mr. Smith's welcome from the officials of the Beach said in effect that "nothing is too good for the men in uniform." Capt Tiedt gave the opening prayer. Sam Blank urged the army men to make as frequent use of the Center as possible. Capt. Barley addressed the crowd as "one of the boys." Bryan Hanks indicated that whatever service the boys receive is simply reciprocity for the fine treatments that Miami uniformed men are receiving in the respective bases to which they have been assigned. Miriam Sirkin acted as chairman of the evening and the Miami Beach Service League, a group of ladies who have worked hard to provide furnishings and other equipment for the Center, had charge of the door arrangements and the refreshments. Figures recently released from the office of the registrar at the University of Florida show that Pi Lambda Phi has again won the coveted scholarship trophy. Pi Lambda Phi, National Jewish Social Fraternity, thus re-captured the cup which it has won fourteen out of the last fifteen semesters, to establish an all-time record at the University of Florida among the twenty-two national social fraternities on the campus. By finishing third in the intramural race. Pi Lambda Phi establishes another record, that of being first in combined scholarship-athletic activity. Pi-Lams won six intra-mural cups which was twice as many as their closest intra-mural rivals. Miamians who were active in the fraternity include: Jack Suberman. past president, and now a bombardier in the United States Army Air Corps at Tuscon, Arizona; Irving Rubin, who finished second in the intra-mural high point race and is past vice-president; Alfred Kohn, who has elected to Phi Beta Kappa, highest national scholastic honorary fraternity; Si Ketive. who scored the highest grades in the freshman law class; Jock Courshon, who was selected in Phi Eta Sigma, highest freshman scholastic honorary fraternity; Bernard Miller, past chairman for social activities; Jerrold Kemp, who was president of Alpha Episilon Delta, national pre-medical fraternity. Pi Lambda Phi was founded in 1925 by E. Max Goldstein, well known Miami attorney and former Gator football ace. Other well known Miami Alumni include Paul Marks, Orange Bowl committeeman, and Maurice Cromer, advisor to Royal Palm Chapter A. Z. A. ICTORY BUY UNITED %  TATBS WAR BONDS AND STAMPS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) the news that Felix Stalen, author of the novel on which the film is based, is safe in Switzerland The new Bella and Sam Spewack musical scheduled for Broadway for the coming season will have a score by Kurt Weill, the cantor's son who has Hitler to thank for his success as an American composer ... If producer Michael Todd has his way. Charlie Chaplin will appear on Broadway next season in a Ferenc Molnar play If One of the fall season's first openings "Let Freedom Sing," will have Mitzie Green in a leading part And don't think you're an old-timer just because you remember Mitzie in her child-prodigy-of-the-scrcen period Real old timers remember her mother, Rosie Green, as a Ziegfeld Follies beauty. ABOUT PEOPLE Yehudi Menuhin, whose talents are normally dedicated to another instrument, was recently seen getting pointers on harmonica playing from Larry Adler But it was all in fun, of course Lorin Maazel, the youngster who created a sensation last year when, at the age of eleven, he led the NBC Symphony Orchestra, earned critical plaudits last week when he made his debut at the Lewisohn Stadium, conducting the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, no less Quite an achievement for a boy who has not yet attained the dignity of bar mitzvah, eh? Congratulations to Henrietta Malkiel, former European representative of Vanity Fair, on her marriage to Nelson Poynter The former Edith Sharin, the blonde eyeful whom visitors to the New York World's Fair Palestine Pavilion will remember as one of its most decorative features, informs that her husband. Milwaukee's Dr. Leonard Markson, is a naval lieutenant now. INFORMATION MINE Did you know that S. A. Lozofsky, the Soviet Union's Elmer Davis, was born the son of a poverty-stricken melamed? That the original name of Georges Mandel. the French Jewish statesman who was a member of the Reynaud Cabinet at the time of the collapse of France, was Jerobeam Rothchild, not Rothschild, as is commonly believed? That the Kodachrome process of color photography is the joint invention of Leopld Godowsky, son of the famus piano virtuso, and Leopold Damrosch Mannes, son of violisnist David Mannes and grandson of the noted conducter Leopold Damrosch? And that Judah Monis, first instructor in Hebrew at Harvard University and author of the first Hebrew grammar published in this country, had to be baptized a Christian before he was permitted to assume the Harvard post back in 1722? These are just a few of the more startling items we've picked out of the newly published Volume Seven of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, the reference work no Jewish home should be without. I Made From Fresh Oranges



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PAGE EIGHT +Je*istnoridfrir FRIDAY, AUGUS T 21. ig 42 FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman Thr viows expressed by Mr. Boxprm.an are his own and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Th.' Jewish Florldlan. Good Riddance It's a long story that has no ending After tolerating their seditious activities for many years, the federal government has indicted some 28 characters on a charge of obstructing the war effort Among those in the dragnet is William Dudley Policy, the Silver Shirtcr who hoped to be the fuehrer of America. The ADL time and again has stressed the close relationship between anti-Semitism and the assault upon democracy ... In indicting these subversionists and in convicting Pellcy. who faces a long penitentiary sentence, the position of the ADL has been vindicated The proceedings at the trial, in which Pelley identified Communism and Judaism as being synonymous and in the next breath attacked the present administration, provided ample proof of the close kinship between Jew-hatred and the dislike for democratic institutions. Pelley was no stranger in his Florida influence, having mailed numerous leaflets here Even while held for trial on a prior charge and while he faced indictment for seditious activity, a large number of people in Orlando. Florida, were receiving through the mails leaflets which read, in part: "Indiana Klansmen have already begun to ask why the administration jumps on Pelley, a Republican and Protestant Pelley. without the powerful Catholic church behind him is to be made the Whipping Boy for the entire Roosevelt criticism whether uttered by him or any other Protestants, to the apparent lend and aim that other Protcstj ant publishers take note of what happened in Pelley's case and not show themselves too obstreperous in jumping on Hon. Hyde Parker I with spiked literary boots I This is the Champion Fight I If we can win it, we're going to I have the whole Yiddish New Deal crowd on the run." Well, the goatecd would-be fuehrer, who once claimed that he died and came to life again, no doubt will have a long time in which to think it over within the confines of an institution Of course he's not satisfied with the findings of the jury and is appealing the verdict But we are quite certain that, in view of the damnable evidence, no higher court will feel charitably inclined toward him. They're Next We trust that others on the fifth column list, who also have been indicted, will be dealt with in accordance with their just desserts There is Mrs. "Lizzie" Dilling. author of the Octopus, than which no viler anti-Semitic volume was ever issued Mrs. Dilling's visits a few short years ago in some of Miami's "best houses" are a matter of record. There is also Rev. Gerold B. Winrod, a friend of Rev. W. T. Watson of St. Petersburg, in whose gospel tabernacle he often j has appeared. Add to them Joseph Kamp and his Constitutional Education League, whose publications have been widely circulated in Florida, particularly in a certain concern whose head is in the service of the United States Three of Kamp's publications have been mailed l<> Miami, one attacking the President and members of | his cabinet as being Jews ... A second termed as "America's fifth column" Frances Perkins. Sidney Hillman and others of like stature Kamp's leaflets even had been placed in a local library over the objection of citizens who challenged the truth of their contents. These and others must meet I the same fate as Pelley if our j domestic institutions are to be preserved. Otherwise, the sacrifices of our boys in World War II will have been for naught. Speaking of Jews Speaking of Jews That's part of our stock in trade Sometime we'd like to be original and express poetically exactly how we feel on the general subject But since the hot weather has not been conducive to the wooing of the muses, we'll print for SAFETY.. &f and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In IIAVIIE FEDERAL OF MIAMI A SAVINGS INSTITUTION Which has never paid lest than 3% on insured savings. RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON. President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here a snatch of verse conceived in another's brain And here lies the sting. Haunted and blamed for everything. No matter who errs, when or where. To every evil the Jew's made heir, And wherever on earth his homeland may be. The Jew dwells forever in Gethsemane. Yet. Jews too, like others, are born and die, Jews laugh when happy and in sorrow cry. And some like winter with its cold and snow While others prefer the summer's warm glow, Or some like fall with its colors rare Just the same as most people everywhere. Gut Shabbos! BEACH JEWISH CENTER TO HEAR VISITING DIGNITARY Cantor Abraham D. Wolf will conduct the Sabbath services at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. Friday. August 21 at 7:30 p. m. and on Saturday. August 22 at 9 a. m. Cantor Wolf is a graduate of Professor Adolph Katchko's Conservatory of Jewish Music of New York City. He possesses a dramatic tenor voice, and has officiated as cantor of the Jewish Center of University Heights of the Bronx. Cantor Wolf will also lead in community singing at the Sabbath Joy Social Saturday at 6:30 p. m. REAL ESTATE HOMES. MIAMI BEACH SMALL WATERFRONT ESTATE INSPECT today one of the most imposing smaller waterfront estates on Di Lido Island. It's new, modern and cheerful. A 2-story residence of Florida Spanish architecture, masonry construction with a picturesque view of the bay, beautiful surroundings. On a plot 60x175. 2 SPACIOUS master bedrooms upstairs, 1 down, each with private bath. Magnificently designed terrazzo floors, marble staircase. Screened jalousied porch, loggia, sun deck, walled-in patio, 2car garage. Ample storage space. Concrete bulkhead, excellent dock. OWNER entering U. S. service (home already vacated) required to sell to an immediate purchaser regardless of original cost. Price asked S20.000. unfurnished: furnished. S22.500, against which OFFERS ARE SOLICITED. Little cash required. NEW CONSTRUCTION stopped for the duration. Supply of desirable homes becoming scarce. Now is the time to buy! BIY WAR BONDS FOR PEACE BUY A HOME POH HAPPINESS. B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor "TRUSTWORTHY SERVICE" 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868 PALMER Funeral i Impel 2001 W. FLAftLIR ST. A E. u ,\ A c H E CE 9-2664 PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative Sam Kapner was a visitor to Miami recently. Mr. and Mrs. Nankin announce the birth of a son. Mrs. Nankin is the former Miss Tillic Gordon. Harold Moss has returned to duty with the Coast Guard after a furlough spent with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss. Jack Kapner was in charge of services Friday evening, in the absence of Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. The many friends of Jack Fein will be glad to know that he is at home convalescing from an illness of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir have left for Worcester, Mass., their northern home, where they will spend the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Sally Dubbin departed Sunday morning by rail for Osceola Lake Inn, Hendersonville. where she will spend about a month. Mr. and Mrs J. Hirsch left for Philadelphia after visiting with their son Private Morris Hirsch Camp Murphy. Mrs. O. P. Gruner. Mrs. T Meyer, and Mrs. Max Greenberg left for New York to visit relatives and friends. They will then go to the mountains where they will remain for the balance of the summer. Mrs. I. Rosenberg of St. Petersburg, Florida, is stopping at the home of Mrs. R. S. Gallick, Gardenia Street, visiting her sonin-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs Al Goldstein. For the Best in Dairy Products ALFAR CRE.AMERY CO WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the S^ewJvi^ Nationally Famous Southern Dairies ProICE €&b?Ah4 ducts and Ice Cream. WUILC AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE C 318 HARVEY BUILDING PHONE 6093 Writing Fire and all Kindred Lines oi Insurance ^ *ov BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELK IN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. 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Miami, Fla
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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SMITH IN U. S.
New York (WNS)Lewis Val-
entine Ulrey, chairman of the
Christian American, an anti-la-
bor and anti-union organization,
has been disseminating vicious
anti-Jewish propaganda, it was
disclosed here by the New York
mwspaper PM.
The newspaper charged that
six months after Pearl Harbor
the labor baiter was still follow-
ing the Axis line. In a letter
sent to an associate in his or-
ganization, Ulrey stated: "Per-
sonally, I believe that we have
come to Armageddonthe great
.struggle between Christianity
and Jewish Marxism."
Repeating the Nazi lie that the
Jews organized the Russian Revo-
lution and later created the New
Deal, Ulrey wrote:
"The Talmudists were so suc-
cessful in Russia, and by 1935
they had such open success with
the New Deal in the United States
that they decided to openly re-
store tlie Sanhedrin, which they
did by selecting, naming and lab-
cling "120 outstanding Jews.'
These are the modern Jewish
Sanhedrin members or "Elders
of Zion.' Rabbi Wise in New
York is one; Felix Frankfurter
is another."
Ulrey's correspondence fell in-
to the hands of a Louisiana cler-
gyman, who was so offended by
its contents that he submitted it
to PM for public exposure.
REFUSE TO ARREST JEWS;
FRENCH POLICE ARE FIRED
London (WNS)Nazi occupa-
tion authorities in occupied
France have suspended many
French police officers in Paris
for refusing to arrest Jews for
deportation to Eastern Europe, it
was reported here this week by
the British Broadcasting Co.
Reporting the mass round-up of
Jews in Paris, the London radio
said: "The first arrests were
mostly made by the French po-
lice, who did not take long in ex-
pressing their disgust for this
task. The people of France did
not hesitate to express their in-
dignation at seeing Frenchmen
do such work on orders from the
Germans."
"Numerous policemen were
suspended on orders from the
Germans and their identity cards
were stamped "Jewish Sympath-
izer.'
"The Germans told the arrested
Jews that the men would be sent
to Bessarabia and the women
would go to labor camps and
that the children would be locked
UP in houses of correction. De-
spite the threats of the Gestapo, a
Td 8riat nurnDer of the people
of Paris, who are not Israelites,
aided the Jews to hide."
New York (WNS)Sergeant
Meyer Levin, the Jewish bombar-
dier, who flew in the bomber
commanded by Captain Colin
Kelly and dropped the bombs
that sank the Japanese battleship
Haruna, was back in the news
this week following receipt of re-
port from "somewhere in the
Southwest Pacific" that the
Brooklyn Jewish hero had sent
another big Japanese ship to the
bottom in the Coral Sea battle.
The 25-year-old Jewish bom-
bardier, a corporal at the time he
bombed the Haruna, described
his second exploit to a United
Press reporter: "I got one big
ship in the Coral Sea battle, or
at least I got a beautiful hit,
though I suppose I'll never know
whether she sank or not."
ENDS ITS FOURTH
1 SESSION
IL DUCE
PURGE OF 60,
PARTY MEIERS
Istanbul (WNS)The purge of
60.000 members of the Fascist
party in Italy was ordered by
Premier Mussolini on the ground
that the dismissed functionaries
constituted a pro-Jewish "bloc"
which sabotaged anti-Jewish leg-
islation, according to reports re-
ceived here.
Despite repeated warnings bv
the Fascist party, it was reported,
thousands of minor officials and
party members continued theii
friendships with Jews and failed
to report their Jewish neighbors
and friends for alleged violation
of the harsh anti-Jewish laws
which were introduced in Italy
by II Duce at the instance of sen-
ior partner Hitler.
The purge came shortly after
Roberto Farinacci, high Fascist
official, demanded that the party
be cleansed of all pro-Jewish ele-
ments. Farinacci expressed dis-
satisfaction with the progress of
the anti-Jewish campaign and
warned that drastic steps would
be taken against "Jewish sympa-
thizers." Many of the purged
party members were married to
Jewish women whom they re-
fused to divorce, the report said.
By Leo Ackerman. Chairman
Board of Directors
Y. M. H. A.
As you read these lines, the
Fourth Annual Session of the
Miami Y.M.H.A Summer Home
Camp will have passed into his-
tory. This is another milestone
in the splendid service that the
Greater Miami Y.M.H.A is ren-
dering to this community.
One has but to consider the
countless benefits that the child-
ren have derived from this
splendid service that to realize
once and for all that the Y.M.H.A
docs render a much needed com-
munity service.
First sessions of the Home
Camp began in 1939 as the brain-
child of Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director. Though it
started with an enrollment of
NAZIS KIDNAP 8.000 JEWS;
TO ESTABLISH NEW GHETTO
Istanbul (WNS)More than 8.-
000 Greek Jews, including many
of the leaders of the Salonika
Jewish community, have been
rounded up secretly by Nazi of-
ficials and transported to the
hills of Macedonia where a large
ghetto will be established for all
Greek Jews, according to official
Greek circles here.
The round-up of the 8.000 Sa-
lonika Jews was unexpected and
' conducted amidst the greatest se-
; crecy. presumably to avoid pro-
1 Jewish demonstrations by the
I Greek people. At the same time
' it was reported that the Nazis
had abandoned for "military rea-
I sons" their plans to establish a
' Jewish ghetto in Crete and will
I concentrate on Macedonia in-
stead.
SILVER SHIRT PELLEY GETS
FIFTEEN YEARS IN PRISON
AMERICAN JEWS OBSERVE
AY FOR POLISH JEWRY";
1 fSX York (WNS)September
.i 9^2the third anniversary of
n u invasion of Poland '
.u 0Dserved by Jews through-
fn L Un'ted States as a "Day I
or Polish Jewry," according to
announcement here. |
Indianapolis (WNS)William
Dudley Pelley, professional anti-
Semite and leader of the pro-
Fascist Silver Shirts of America,
who was convicted of sedition by
a federal grand jury here was
sentenced to 15 years in prison
by Judge Robert C. Baltzell.
The court also imposed a fine of
$5,000 against the Fellowship
Press, the publishing firm se-
cretly established by the anti
Semite about two years ago.
In pronouncing sentence, Judge
Baltzell told the Silver Shirt
leader: "I have read all your ar-
ticles (The Galilean) presented in
the case. Such things must not
be permitted when the country
is fighting for its very life and
our boys are being sent out to
face death." Pelley was accused
of conspiring to impair the morale
of America's armed forces.
32 pupiis, today the class for the
closing week numbered almost
100 campers. All sorts of actvi-
:ies are given the child through
a well diversified program of
alay and activity starting at 9
>'clock in the morning to 4 in
the afternoon, five days a week,
Monday through Friday.
In addition to the usual activi-
ties of athletics, music, dancing
and arts and crafts, there was
this year added, thanks to Rabbi
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3)
WEALTH OF EGYPTIAN JEWS
TO GO TO WOPS IN EGYPT
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
Cairo (WNS)The property
and wealth of the Jews in Egypt
will be distributed among the
Italians in Egypt immediately af-
er Field Marshal Rommel's Axis
armies drive the British out. the
Rome radio stated this week in a
broadcast directed to the Italian |
population of Egypt.
The Fascist radio warned Ital-
ians in Egypt not to buy homes
or furniture from the Jews since
all Jewish property in Egypt will
soon be distributed free of cost
among "loyal" Italians. Another
Fascist broadcast reported that
the Italian anti-Jewish laws had
been extended to the Jews of I
Libya.
BETWEEN JEWS-
NAZIS IN CAMPS
Washington (WNS)The sep-
aration of Jews and Nazis in
United States internment camps
was urged by interested Jewish
organizations here following he-
ports of fist fights and other dis-
turbances between the Nazis and
Jews, ;t was disclosed here.
It is estimated that there are
about 50 Jews interned in various
camps throughout the United
States. The Jews were sent to
internment camps in this country
from Latin American countries
when the Western Hemisphere
became involved in the war. De-
spite the fact that the Jewish in-
ternees are outspokenly anti.
Nazi they are held in the same
camps as German nationals.
As a result of attacks by Nazi
nationals on Jewish internees in
Camp Blanding. Florida, the Jews
were transferred to another camp
in Texas where they sleep in sep-
arate quarters but must mingle
with the Nazis during the day.
Friction was reported also at a
women's camp in Sigeville, Tex-
as, where Nazis refuse to serve
Jews at the canteen, and vice
versa.
A Nazi sailor interned in a
camp at Fort Lincoln. N. D.. was
sentenced to serve 30 days in the
guard house for slapping a Jew-
ish refugee. Disturbances be-
tween Jews and Nazis have also
been reported in other camps.
Meanwhile, a report from Ellis
Island in New York stated that
Nazi internees there held a secret
meeting last week to mourn the
six Nazi saboteurs who were exe-
cuted. During the memorial
meeting, the Nazis ordered all
internees, including Jews whe
are awaiting entry into the Unit-
ed States, to stand at attention.
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New York (WNS)Declaring
that Field Marshal Rommel's
Axis armies are "poised to strike
now against inferior democratic
forces in the Middle East." the
Committee for a Jewish Army
this week appealed for public
support to "compel one step that
may quickly turn defeat into vic-
tory" the creation of a Jewish
Army in the Middle East. The
appeal was made in the form of a
:'ull page advertisement in the
York Times.
Referring to the announced for-
mation of a Palestine Regiment,
composed of separate Arab and
Jewish infantry battalions, the
Committee statement said: "By
authorizing separate Jewish units
to meet The Menace in the Mid-
dle East, our gallant ally Great
Britain has begun to acknowledge
what should be done: But she
has not yet gone far enough to do
it.
"In Palestine, and the Near
East alone, there are 100,000 able
bodied Jews apart from another
100.000 stateless, expatriated vic-
tims of Hitler's merciless march
against humanity." the advertise-
ment added. "Among them are
thousands of trained officers and
fighters from the vanquished de-
mocracies, and from Germany
itself. Their souls are filled with
one desire their strong young
bodies dedicated to one purpose
. to strike back at Hitler with
all the force and fury of which
outraged mankind is capable."
B'NAI BRITH LODGES AID
AMERICAN FORCES ABROAD
HEBREW UNIVERSITY SOLVES
SCIENTIFIC WAR PROBLEMS
New York (WNS)Dr. A. S.
Rosenbach, president of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University disclosed today that
the Hebrew University has great-
ly increased its research prograrr
during the past year and is tak-
ing a leading role in helping to
solve war problems in connection
with the allied war effort in the
Near East.
Washington (WNS)Expansion
of B'nai B'rith's war-time coop-
eration with the American Red
Cross to include assistance in fur-
nishing hospitality and recrea-
tional facilities to Expeditionary
Forces through the Overseas Ser-
vice Clubs of the Red Cross was
announced today by Henry Mon-
sky, president of B'nai B'rith.
Advised by the Red Cross that,
on the request of the War Depart-
ment, it was establishing club
and recreational centers overseas
wherever the War Department
indicates such facilities are need-
ed. B'nai B'rith offered and the
Red Cross accepted the aid of
B'nai B'rith overseas lodges in
facilitating the efforts of Red
Cross field directors and club
directors abroad.
Among the B'nai B'rith units
whose cooperation will be made
available to the Red Cross over-
seas field workers are those in
London. Leeds, Hull, Manchester,
Nottingham and Sunderland, all
in England; Glasgow, Scotland;
and Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt.
The lodges in Egypt and those
in London have been cooperating
for several months in furnishing
hospitality and recreational fa-
cilities to United Nations soldiers,
sailors and airmen.
London (WNS)Dr. Chernia-
kov. courageous president of the
Jewish Council in the Warsaw
ghetto, committed suicide when
ordered by Nazi authorities to
submit a list of Warsaw Jews
for deportation.

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vJenlsfi noridiar
FRIDAY, AUGUST 21,
Social

Personals

Clubs

Organizations
PERSONALS
Mrs. M. H. Frankel and son
Marvin have left for New York
for a brief vacation.

Mr. I. Wolkowsky is visiting
in New York on a combined
business and pleasure trip.

Mrs. Nat Roth returned to Mi-
ami Wednesday from the Caro-
linas where she spent part of the
Summer.

Mrs. Louis Heiman and child-
ren returned to the city this
week after vacationing in Hen-
dersonville.

Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz and
daughter Joy left this week for
St. Louis where they will spend
three weeks.

Leaving for a month's stay.
Mrs. Ida Optner will arrive in
Chicago this week. She will visit
New York prior to returning.

Mr. Harry Sirkin, Miami Beach
resident and treasurer of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center has re-
turned after vacationing in the
North.

Mrs. Martha Guthenbacher left
for Kansas where she will join
her husband who is an Army
Sergeant, stationed at Camp
Funsten.

Mr. and Mrs. B. Berk and in-
fant Diane, 630 S. W. 22nd Rd..
arrived here this week after
spending two weeks visiting rel-
atives and friends at Lake Pla-
cid. N. Y.

Miss Burnadine Roth, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth,
will return here about Sept. 1st
from Washington where she was
connected with the Government.
She expects to make her home
here with her parents.

The Misses Judith and Carol
Jane Wolpert, daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. George Wolpert. are
returning on Sunday, having
spent the summer at Camp Bur-
giss Glen, Cedar Mt.. N. C. En-
route they will visit their grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Brooks,
in Athens, Ga.
ORGANIZATIONS
ORGANIZATIONS
B R I S
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation of Greater Miami. Club
No. 1, is sponsoring a benefit
picnic dinner and card party on
Sunday, September 6th, at 245
Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach.
Dinner will be served from 11
until 6 o'clock. Admission 50c.
The group was hostess to the
Service Men at Beth Jacob Con-
gregation Tuesday night.

A benefit Mah Jongg, Card and
Bingo Party will be held Tues-
day, August 18th. at 1:30 P. M.
at the South Beach Elementary
School. 14th St. and Lenox Ave.,
Miami Beach. This affair is being
held for the joint purpose of ac-
quainting the civilians with the
service men's activities of the
P. T. A. and American Women's
Service Men's Club, and raising
funds to operate the center at
the school. The P. T. A. and
American Women's Service
Men's Club is open every even-
ing, except Sunday, from 7:00 to
11:00. with complete entertain-
ment facilities for service men.
their wives and friends, admis-
sion, refreshments and the use
PERMANENT SUCCAH TO BE
ERECTED BY BETH DAVID
of all games, reading and writ-
ing facilities free. Mrs. Shir-
ley Kovack is chairman of the
ticket committee for the card
party and reports a near sell-out.
While the center is equipped
with checkers, chess and card
games, a table tennis and some
magazines, it is in great need of
equipment to aid the service men
during their relaxation period.
Among the important additions
should be a radio, books, chess
games, playing cards and a por-
table microphone. Anyone hav-
ing any of the above to offer
should contact the members of
the South Beach Elementary
School, P. T. A. and American
Women's Service Men's Club at
the school, 4th St. 'and Lenox
Ave.. Miami Beach, any evening,
from 7:00 to 11:00 and arrange-
ments will be made to have them
picked up.
The Bris Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Alterman,
2270 S. W. 23rd Ave., took place
at the Victoria Hospital, Wednes-
day afternoon, with Rabbi S. M.
jMacheti officiating. .
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S. W. 8th St. at 15th
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Aug. 21-22
"Atlantic
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WITH
BRUCE BENNETT
VIRGINIA HELD
JOHN BEAL
SAT. EVENING AND SUN.
Thru Tues, Aug. 22 25
Phantom
Commandos!
Who is He? What is He?
"UlUISIBLE
B0EHT
WITH
ILONA MASSEY
JON HALL
PETER LORRE
also
"MEN OF THE FLEET"
in the new
MARCH OF TIME
The first permanent Succah to
be built in the Greater Miami
area will be erected with funds
to be derived from a dance to
be held Tuesday. August 25th. to
be held at the Beth David Talmud
Torah and sponsored by that con-
gregation. Plans for an elabor-
ate program have been prepared.
Nat Zalka. chairman of the com-
mittee, announced.
Assisting Mr. Zalka. general
chairman, will be a committee
consisting of Mrs. Charles Ab-
bott. Mrs. Sidney Rauzin. Mrs.
Hyman Sootin. Mrs. Sam Dick-
son. Mrs. Morris Pepper. Mrs.
Jack August, headed by Mrs. Isi-
dor Fine, who will be in charge
of refreshments. A reception
comniittec will include Mrs.
George Goldberg, Mrs. Maurice
Jacobs and Mrs. Morris Mar-
gulies.
Tickets, each representing a
concrete block in the new Succah.
are priced at 50c each. The Suc-
cah will seat slightly in excess
of 200 people. The floor will be
poured concrete and the roof will
be portable and removable, en-
abling open air functions when
weather conditions are favorable.
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HILLEL IS
FOR GIRLS SCHOOL
Washington. D. CRabbi Ernst
M. Lorge has been appointed di-
rector of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation at the Florida Col-
lege for Women. Tallahassee, Fla..
according to an announcement at
B'nai B"rith headquarters. He
succeeds Rabbi Max Eichorn who
resigned to become an army
chaplain.
Born in Germany in 1916,
Rabbi Lorge was a leader of the
Union of Jewish Youth Move-
ments prior to his arrival in this
country in 1936. Graduated with
honors from the University of
Cincinnati in 1938. he received
Tru; Pidyon Habcn of Emery
Donald Blau, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Blau took place last Sun-
day afternoon at their home 1877
S. W. 7th St Rabbi Jacob M.
Slavin assisted by Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches officiated. A buf-
fet supper followed the cere-
mony.
Rabbi Ernest M. Lorge
his rabbinical ordination from
Hebrew Union College in 1942.
As a rabbinical student he was
active in youth work. At He-
brew Union College he won a
prize for an essay on "Non-Jew-
ish Supporters and Non-Jewish
Clients of Jewish Social Agen-
cies." Rabbi Lorge also won the
social research prize of the He-
brew Union College and the Si-
mon Lazarus Prize for the gradu-
ating student with the highest
academic standing.
Son of a rabbi and professor at
the State Teachers College for
Women in Maine. Rabbi Lorge
will also serve as rabbi of the
Jewish community of Tallahas-
see.
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is being sought of
ALBERT HORNICK. who has
been living apart from his wife,
Mary, and minor daughter, Lor-
raine, for a number of years and
who was recently placed under
a court order to contribute to
their support, but is not comply-
ing with same, as a result of
which both mother and child arc
in destitute circumstances and
in dire need of his financial as-
sistance. Mr. Hornick was born
in New York some 31 years ago.
is 5 ft.. 7i2 in. tall, weighed 130
pounds, has curly brown hair,
parted on side, brown eyes, had
a fly tattooed on his left upper
arm. was a house painter and
photographer by occupation. He
is presently alleged to be in Flor-
ida. Anyone aware of his present
location is requested to commun-
icate with the National Desertion
Bureau, 67 West 47th Street,
New York City.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
Experienced housekeeper to assist
in taking care of sick member of
family of three adults. Permanent
position; can live on premises: light
housekeeping duties. Phone 2-5904.
P. S. ORUEN
1040 S. W. Thirteenth Ave., Miami.
JERUSALEM
memorandum outlining h
food and medical supplies *
be shipped to the starving Je!"
in the Polish ghettos withou
aiding the Nazis as been S
mitted to the State Department J
Washington by Lowell C Pin"
erton. American Consul-General
^Palestine, it was disclS
The plan was submitted to Mr
Pmkerton by the Representation
of Polish Jews here, one of the
groups actively campaigning fn.
United Nations aid to Pol
Jewry. Earlier the Represents
tion of Polish Jews had appeal
ed directly to President Roose-
velt and had been informed that
the United States Government
would give sympathetic consid-
eration to a concrete proposal
which would in no way aid the
enemy.
A Washington communication
to the Representation of Polish
Jews stated that the question of
sending supplies to areas where
suffering exists as a result of
the war, is receiving sympa-
thetic consideration by the Gov-
ernment. The note added that
"if means can be found to assist
the civil population in the con-
quered European countries with-
out having such assistance in-
ure to the benefit of the Axis
Powers, you may be assured that
proposals of this character will
receive sympathetic considera-
tion by the Government of the
United States."
It was understood here that
the memorandum transmitted
to the U. S. State Department
proposed that the American Red
Cross, following an agreement
with the International Red Cross,
be placed in full charge of the
"mercy" shipments to the Polish
ghettos.
JERUSALEMStringent con-
trol of various types of paper
under Defense Regulations was
provided in two Orders made in
the July 9, 1942 issue of the
Palestine Gazette by the Con-
troller of Light Industries. The
Orders provided the first steps in
the control of the use of paper.
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A general meeting of the new-
ly organized congregation Scha-
arei Zedek was held last Thurs-
day evening at the Y. M. H. A.
Reservations for High Holiday
seatings are now being accepted.
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ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
A duty every man
owes himself and his
*-~-;iv is hit o# nro.
viding a final resting
., i-ndent that the
* rmtery
lot should be made in
"Q'-.c of neeu. The
'ec'lnn of a cemetery
lot does not bring its
use any nearer, but It
"cb uispose of a duty
with comfort and
due deliberaton.
Mount Nebo has a
definite assured capital
structure wth no out-
standing debts and '
not subject to the
whims and caprices of
an annually elected
group of officers who
know nothing of pro-
per cemetery manag-
ing and have no per-
sonal or financial res-
ponsibility to you.
Maybe you feel that you have already provided ade-
quate burial protection for your familyby paying dues
to some organization which offer* burial space. But
such organizations usually scatter families In differ*"1
cemeteries instead of keeping them together in one place.
Visit any cemetery and you will aee pathetic sights.
Families completely torn apart, scattered among strang-
ers, lack of upkeepall because the head of the family
THOUGHT he had provided properly.
No matter how long you have been a member of an
organizationno matter how much you have paid In dues
it would still be wiser to get a family plot directly
from Mount Nebo. This Is a aura way you can prevent
your loved ones from being scattered.
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MARCHING MEN
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
PAGE THREE
This weekly feature la prepared
I 1 III** "ni"J IC..W.C d I'l 1 .U (CI
by ilit* public relations committee of
the (ireater Miami Army and Navy
Committee of the National Jewish
Welfare Hoard. The committee In-
cludes William I. Boxerman, chair-
man: llenjamln Bronston. Yed K.
Bhochet and Iaul Weltzman.
(ContrtbUtltMM to this column are
welcomed, particularly In the form of
letters received here from Greater
Miami boys now In the service.)
Provision for Kashruth
At the last meeting of the Ar.
my and Navy Committee a decis-
ion was reached to finance the
cost of supplying Kosher food to
those uniformed men in Greater
Miami whose religious scruples
forbid them to eat non-kosher
food The administration of
this project has been placed in
the hands of the religious com-
mittee consisting of all rabbis of
Greater Miami.
We See Them Go
Three times Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Scrkin of 2676 N. W. 62nd Street,
Miami, have seen one of their
six sons go into the army Any
day now, a fourth son will re-
ceive his orders to report for
duty in the army air force .
"We watched them grow, and
now we see them go," wistfully
and yet proudly Mrs. Scrkin ex-
plains.
Residents of Miami for seven-
teen years, "the boys," received
their education in local schools
and attended Miami Senior High
School They were with their
father in the auto parts and
wrecking business, one of the pi-
oneers in this field.
Bernie, 23, was the first son
called into service Inducted
in February, 1941, he served in
the infantry and now has been
transferred to the Army Air
Corps, stationed at Cochrane
Field, Georgia Charlie, 29,
the second to go, enlisted in the
Army Air Corps in April, 1941,
following his brother Bernie by
a scant two months ... He is
"somewhere in Australia."
Sol. 26, joined the infantry in
June. 1941, but subsequently
qualified for the Army Air
Corps Sol is stationed at An-
gel Island, California Man-
uel, 21, enlisted in the Army Air
Force on May 20. 1942 and passed
all his qualifying examinations
with flying colors Now he is,
champing at the bit, awaiting his
orders to report for duty.
That leaves two sons, Isidore,:
who will be nineteen in Septem- !
her and who recently registered
under the Selective Service Law,
and Rubin, twelve years of ago.
The Serkins are proud of their
contribution to the United States.
Naturally, they are concerned for
the safety of their sons What
parents are not? But they also
are fully aware of the necessity
or marshalling "man power" as
well as production in this War of
Survival.
Correspondence
From Pvt. Arthur Baker, form-
er student at the Embry-Riddle
school of aviation, who is now
m the Army Air Force at Dun-
can Field, Texas, in a letter to
Mrs. Ida Optner:
"Your package just arrived and
jt was surely wonderful of you
W send it to me You are very
sweet and God bless you .
'our kindness to others is won-
derful and I hope that some day
Jcan -come back to Florida and
1 you Give my regards
PALMER
'""oral h ip. I
An..0.?' W- fLAGLEB ST.
"SSUSP 9-2664
to everyone at the Y.M.H A
The cookies were very tasty and
I gave all the boys some to eat
Write me a letter and let me
know what is happening at the
r Saturday nights."
From Pvt. Zomps Seleznick.
former member of the Coral
v m u aP> f0rce and of 'he
Y.M.H.A diamondball team who
in an ordnance regiment at
Camp Sutton, N. C:
"Much has happened since I
last saw you I've now been
in almost three months and the
longer I am in the more I like it
It's tough, but if you have any
guts you'll get to like it."
"I've been playing diamond
ball. We had tryouts for a com-
pany team. Two hundred men
tried out and I made first team
catcher Then our battalion,
which consists of 800 men, had
tryouts. and I again made first
team catcher and also made act-
ing captain Then our regi-
ment of more than 4,000 men
picked the 20 best men for a reg-
imental team and I was picked
for first team catcher.
'We really have a great team.
Most of the men have played ball
all their lives and really have
j their eye on the ball Me?
I'm just having a lucky streak."
Miami Service League
Those "full-o-pep" Miami Ser-
vice League girls are at it again,
this tune with a cocktail party
for the Victory Belles, the fe-
male section of the Saturday
night service men's dances
Highlight of the affair to be given
on Saturday eve. August 26. at
I the Seven Seas lounge will be
the presence of several outstand-
ing army and navy officers
The musical portion of the pro-
gram will be provided by the uni-
formed men themselves.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
James Dunn, prominent for many
years in the field of social wel-
fare Mrs. Dunn usually has
an interesting and timely mes-
sage to deliver ... In addition
there will be brief remarks by
official representatives of the
Greater Miami army and navy
committee.
As a special committee for the
event Mrs. M. Koven, president of
the League, has selected Mrs.
George Chertkof. chairman; Mrs.
M. Rosenberg, Mrs. M. Milstein.
Mrs. S. Getzug, Mrs. M. Shapiro.
Mrs, A. Weiss. Mrs. H. Scher,
. Mrs. J. Levinson. and Mrs. J.
Stein.
Admission is by invitation only.
Help! Help!
Last week's appeal for tables.
[ chairs, athletic equipment, ra-
dios, books, a piano, etc., was not
very effective Let's try again
and make a second appeal .
If you could have seen the ex-
pression on the faces of the navy
boys who came to the Y for a
pickup of similar articles gath-
ered previously, you would prob-
ably scour the town for us .
Among the items obtained for
the navy men's comfort were
newly painted chairs and tables,
soft chairs with freshly laundered
slip covers, radios, ping pong
tables, books and jig saw puzzles.
Wouldn't you like to have that
pleasant feeling which comes
from knowing you've made some
one happy? Give Mrs. Essie
Schaffer a ring on Monday morn-
ing at 3-4012 after you've looked
around the house Her com-
mittee will be happy to pick up
your contribution.
ITS FOURTH
SESSION
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Shapiro, a class for beginners'
Hebrew. This was one of the
most popular projects in the
camp. Twenty-five campers took
this subject and made very fine
progress under the able direction
of Louis Gadon.
The interest of the children
was always uppermost in the
minds of Mr. Grossman and his
able staff. Anything that would
j please the children was given to
them. For example, every Wed-
| nesday afternoon pony rides were
provided for the children. Four
live ponies were brought here
and the children had loads and
loads of fun.
The social atmosphere of the
camp was friendly and cheerful
and the activities of such a nat-
ure that each camper always had
I a feeling of happiness as he or
she participated in them and the
.sense of pleasurable anticipation
; of returning to these activities
when the children were away
| from home.
I Distinguished visitors attended
; the luncheons served at the Home
Camp and were amazed at this
fine project. Officials of the Ar-
my and Navy visited us from
time to time and added theii
words of praise.
Realizing a need of such ser-
vice at Miami Beach, the "Y"
this year established a Home
Camp at the Beach with excel-
, lent results. Next year it is hoped
, to have an additional camp 01
I two in the Northeast and North-
west sections of the city.
The time has now come when
we must think of the "Y" as a
real Community Center satisfy-
ing the needs of the community.
I not of a particular class or sec-
tion. This can be accomplished
when, of, only, and in the event
of the Jews of Greater Miami
Incoming members in the "Y."
and participate in its activities
and functions. It takes money
to conduct these projects. You
people who are interested in this
type of work, if you want the "Y"
to become a real Community Cen-
ter, you will become members
and help us financially as well as
otherwise.
I am very proud to have the
honor of serving as chairman of
the board of directors of the "Y"
and hope that Miami Jewry will
cooperate with us in the program
that we have undertaken.
THE Y. M. H. A
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
SUNDAY SERVICES FOR MEN
IN BEACH ARMED FORCES
Services for men in the ser-
vice are conducted Sunday morn-
ings by rabbis of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Sunday morning, August 23rd.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will con-
duct services at Flamingo Park
at 8 o'clock and at the Ronev
Plaza at 9 o'clock. Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman will conduct
serVices for men in the service
at the Beth Jacob Congregation
at 9:00 a. m. and Rabbi Samuel
Bension at the Meami Beach Jew-
ish Center at 9:00 a. m. Rabbi
Bension will also speak on the
Jewish Hour over WIOD on Sun-
day at 4:30 p. m.
LONDON The decision of
the British Government in estab-
lishing a Palestine regiment was
termed "useful" and a step for-
ward for the defense of Pales-
tine" is a resolution adopted.
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Insure Your Tomorrow.
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PHONE 4-3375
Miami Home Camp Holds Closing
Exercises
Thursday evening the Home
Camp held final exercises for
the 1942 season. A large audi-
ence of parents and campers at-
tended. An elaborate program was
presented by the children of the
camp. Among those participating
were Richard Schulman, Maurice
Grossman, executive director;
Pam Silverman and Douglas
Schwartz, Morris Klass, execu-
tive director, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; Miss Pat
Auerback, dramatics director;
Leo Ackcrman, chairman board
of directors; Rabbi Max Shapiro;
Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. The sen-
ior boys and girls and the kinder-
garten group presented group se-
lections.
A medal award for the best
dramatics camper was given by
Miss Pat Auerback. dramatic di-
rector, to Harriet Rand. Second
prize for dramatics was given to
Jo Anne Shier. Leo Ackerman.
chairman of the board, presented
a prize to Harriet Rand for be-
ing the best all around girl
camper and to Bernard Rosen-
thai for the best boy camper.
Closing exercises at the Beach
Home Camp will be held next
Friday afternoon. August 28. at 4
o'clock at the Camp grounds, 1849
James Avenue. An elaborate
program is being prepared by
Mrs. Grossman, superintendent
of the camp at the Beach. The
public is cordially invited to at-
tend. A vote of thanks is due
Mr. Grossman and all the coun-
sellors for their splendid work
during this past camp session.
Dade County Defense Council
Meets at "Y"
The "Y" was singularly hon-
ored last Wednesday afternoon
when the Recreation Division of
the Dade County Defense Coun-
cil held its regular bi-weekly
meeting at the Y. M. H. A. This
is an advisory committee of the
Defense Council with reference
to recreation facilities for the
men in uniform. The Y is repre-
sented on that council by Maur-
ice Grossman. Mr. Van Orsdale.
chairman of the committee which
included outstanding military and
naval dignitaries in this area who
attended, commented on the fine
facilities of the Y for the men in
uniform.
"Y" Softball League Enters
District Tournament
The Y.M.H.A Softball Team,
under the able management of
Frank Rose, came out first in the
City League. As a result, they
have entered a tournament com-
posed of all the leagues in this
area. This is an elimination con-
I test among sixteen teams, the
i winner of which will be district
[champion, which comprises the
I area from Palm Beach south.
| The boys at the Y are keeping
! their fingers crossed because we
i have a good chance to win. All
the boys are playing an excellent
game.
The Sunday Intermural games
at Riverside Park still continue
to be very popular. Last Sunday
so many players appeared that
; it was necessary to play two four
| inning games in order to accom-
modate everyone. In the first
jgame the Rachlin's defeated the
[Schwartz's by a score of 8 to 6.
; In the second game the Rach-
j lin's defeated the Silverman's by
a score of 8 to 2. Those who
I participated in the games are: M.
; Schwartz. R. Clein, A. Weiner, G
Rachlin. Miller, Lachowitz, Lu-
bel, Friedman. Greger, Altschul
Wiener, R e i i s m a n, Newman,
Goldman, Herschel, Schemer.
Reisman, Gladstone, Ralstun.
Greene, Black, Schwartz, Sey-
mour, Cohen, Al Berkowitz, Kos
toff, Pete Silverman, Schankman
Norton Pallot, Sol Levine, S.
MRS. KATHARINE BARNS TO
SPEAK AT Y.W.H.A
The next general meeting of
the Y.W.H.A. will be held Aug-
ust 26 at 8 p. m. at the Y.M.H.
A. building. 1567 S. W. 5th St.
After a short business meet-
ing. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. chair-
man of the program, will pre-
sent Mrs. Katharine Barns,
who will speak on nutrition,
and show a movie entitled
"The Proof of the Pudding."
Goldstone. and Levine.
With the advent of Labor Day,
plans are being made for a very
elaborate and cultural program
by the executive director. It is
also planned to continue many of
the projects of the Home Camp
during the winter months. Mr.
Grossman announces that the
craft and the dancing classes will
continue twice a week after
school. All those interested
please register with Mr. Gross-
man. A Stamp Club has recent-
ly been formed at the Y among
the campers. This club will also
be a feature of activities during
the year. Boys and girls inter-
ested are asked to communicate
with Mr. Grossman. This club
is under the able direction of
Mrs. Joseph Schaffer.
JERUSALEM Responding
to a special message from the
Jewish Agency for Palestine and
the Vaad Leumi, Palestine Jews
have increased the tempo of re-
cruting since the British Gov-
ernment announced the forma-
tion of Jewish infantry battalions.
f^jOlir
Oos 1* a vital Fuel for War
Production. Here ar* some
things you can do to help
Uncle Sam by conserving
Oas and Gas equipment:
1 Every month drain off rusty
water from the bottom of
water heater tank.
2 Be sure your hot water fau-
cets have efficient washers.
Don't let dripping faucets
waste moneyand more im-
portant these daysfuel!
O Keep top and oven range
burners clean. Keep burner
openings unobstructed.
*e Check up now on your heat-
ing equipment to make sure
it is in condition to serve
you through the coming
winter.
5 Modern Gas equipment is
built to endure, so take care
of it and it will take care of
you for the duration.
PEOPLES

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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 34
ELLUL 8. 5702
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 21. 1942
MERCY SHIPMENTS
The campaign to ship under the auspices
of the American Red Cross food and medical
supplies to the starving Jews in the Polish
ghettos received new impetus this week with
the announcement from Jerusalem that a con-
crete proposal for "mercy" shipments to Pol-
ish Jewry had been transmitted to the State
Department in Washington. Earlier, the State
Department has assured the Representation of
Polish Jews in Palestine that the American
Government would give "sympathetic con-
sideration" to any procedure which would ben-
efit the civilian populations of the occupied
countries without aiding the Axis economy.
As each week goes by it becomes increas-
ingly apparent that unless immediate action
is taken by the United Nations to feed the
Jewish population of Poland the hundreds of
thousands of Jews trapped behind ghetto walls
will be wiped out by starvation. Conserva-
tive estimates indicate that the pre-war Jew-
ish population of Poland has already been
reduced by one-third. The Jewish death rate
in that bleeding and oppressed country is
climbing steadily. Unless action is taken
now, it may soon be too late. There is a limit
to human endurance and stamina.
In the past the oppressed peoples of the
world have always looked to Washington for
help and ecouragement. The Atlantic Char-
ter, as proclaimed by President Roosevelt and
Prime Minister Churchill, promise the suffer-
ing peoples of occupied Europe a new and
happier worlda world freed of suffering,
want and persecution. Our present task is to
keep these peoples alive so that they can en-
joy the privileges of the world of tomorrow.
The entire world applauded when Britain al-
lowed "mercy" shipments to the people of
Greece. It will applaud when "mercy" ship-
ments are sent to the broken and bleeding
Jews of Poland. These shipments will symbol-
ize the spirit of the world of tomorrow.
OUR TASK
"As members of churches and synagogues
we have Catholic, Protestant and Jewish work
to do. But we also have a task of transcendent
importance to do together. It is to arouse all
Americans to their religious duty to win, not
only the war, but also the peace. Above all
else, we have a united world to crusade for,
to organize for, to bring to pass."Declaration
of representatives of three faiths at the Univer-
sity of Virginia's Institute of Public Affairs.
WE CANNOT LIVE ALONE
"Neither men nor nations can live alone.
As men and as nations we must learn to live,
work and cooperate with our fellow men and
our fellow nations. To live in peace and free-
dom in the modern world requires that we
shall not live in isolation. To cooperate in the
modern world implies that nations shall work
together as friends and good neighbors.
"We have a responsibility to the world and
to ourselves not only to destroy these tyran-
nies that now threaten our lives, but to help
bring about that cooperation among nations
necessary to give the peoples of all nations
the right to work and the right to attain those
living standards and those elements of secur-
ity and freedom to which they are justly en-
titled."Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black.
SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY
"It is folly to crusade against the dictator
while we are careless or indifferent to the
spirit of democracy. We will never fight the
fires of religious persecution by the spirit that
remains unmoved by the fires of the altars of
religion."Rev. Stephen James, pastor of the
First Reformed Church of Albany.
A CRY
The Polish Govemment-in-Exile in London
has made public some letters which it re-
ceived through the International Red Cross.
One young Jewish boy writes
"Our entire family had died from want of
food and from spotted fever. I also had spot-
ted fever but I am well now. I live only to
suffer a little longer and struggle for life. How
long I will be able to continue to fight I do
not know."
The stories of the immense slaughters by
the Nazis, of the machine-gunning of thou-
sands, hanging of other tens of thousands,
have reached such giant proportions that be-
cause of their enormity we cannot grasp them
and we nod our heads in sadness when they
are mentioned and go on as usual. We can-
not visualize such sadistic and wholesale
cruelty. But this little child who tells without
rhetoric the sad story of his desperation grips
us. We understand fully when he says: "How
long will I be able to continue to fight. I do
not know."
We know that as his innocent lips framed
this sentence, there were no tears in his eyes.
We know that the words that he uttered about
himself were being thought in the minds of
thousands of other Jewish children.
This little boy has posed a question which
the whole civilized world must answer. "How
long I will be able to continue the fight, I do
not know."
No, he does not know. For the answer de-
pends not on him alone, but on uson how
quick we can come to rescue this child from
Hitlerism.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
iPJtAidfy Qxmpdenm
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
ATTACK ON ALL FRONTS
"We are confronting an attack upon the New
World, which is being waged by the Axis pow-
ers on every front upon which they can muster
their forces of treachery and deceit. This war
is not being fought, today, on a military front
alone. We, the free nations of America, are
today faced with the supreme and historic mis-
sion of repelling a total assault on our freedom
and integrity, an assault that is being carried
on, not only by pirate submarines and military
arms, but also by the colonies of subversive
agents on the sovereign soil of each one of our
countries.
"These human termites, carrying out the
will of their Axis masters, have been gnawing
for a long time, not only at the foundations of
our inter-American system, but also at the
foundation of the economic structure that main-
tains us whole. It is for the purpose of com-
pleting and integrating controls that have al-
ready been established to thwart and to stamp
out their activities that this meeting of techni-
cal experts from our twenty-one American re-
publics is convened in Washington today."
Sumner Welles, Under-Secretary of State.
FREEDOM VS. SLAVERY
"It is that, a war between the idea of free-
dom and the idea of scientific slavery, between
the dream of happiness and the nightmare of
despotism. But it is more than that. It is a war
for the preservation of humanity, for a defeat
of the United Nations would mean a world of
terror and tragedy. It would mean an insane
world where a few men at the top of the heap
would live out their hysterical lives trampling
the millions under their heels. It would mean
fear and want for the many and degeneracy
and power for the few. That is what it would
be like if the Axis won.
"The Axis will not win. Twenty-eight peo-
ples on every continent have signed the sol-
emn agreement with their blood, pledging to
fight on until freedom and sanity return to a
tired earth."Owen J. Roberts, Supreme Court
Justice.
MINE IS THE VENGEANCE
With the trickle of refugees from Europe practically dried
up, the grapevine isn't working as well as in former days
Recently, however, we heard a story we thought you'd like
to have passed on to you ... It concerns an incident in a
little cellar room in the Warsaw gretto which a group of
pious Jews used as their synagogue ... In it they had stored
a Torah scroll saved from better days, and the sacred writ-
ing was guarded day and night by one or another stalwart
young man of the group Came the day when a Nan
storm trooper, out for a good time, invaded the place of wor-
ship, knocked down the guard, seized the scroll and started
tearing it to bits "That's what I think of your Jewish God,"
he taunted "See, He can't even do anything to me : :
Don't you think He'd strike me dead if he could?" Pain-
fully the young Jew got to his feet ... "I don't know,' he re-
plied, "but I will' And with that he leaped at the Nazi-
and killed him with a single blow.
SIDELIGHTS
Now that Bernard M. Baruch is taking over the task of
finding a solution for our rubber problem, we may expect to
have plenty of rubber before long for our war machine and
industry ... But don't think that this means you'll have all
the tires you want for pleasure driving That activity will
in any event have to be curtailed for the duration Baruch,
it is said, has become a great booster of the Jewish Army pro-
ject Guess who's touring the borsht circuit this summer,
lecturing at the Eastern mountain resorts? It's none other
than Mrs. Hitler, and she's being listened to with great in-
terest But don't be alarmedshe's only the wife of Adolf's
nephew, Patrick Hitler, whose mother is Irish and who doesn't
like his fuehrious uncle either.
LITERARY FOOTNOTES
Sophie Tucker, whose "Life of a Red Hot Mama" is soon
to appear as a magazine serial, recently cancelled a S15.000
night club engagement to entertain gratis at army camps ...
Aben Kandel, whose "Rabbi Burns" created a sensation in
Jewish circles a decade ago, and who since has been busy
in Hollywood producing such successful scripts as "City for
Conquest," is preparing a collection of short stories about
the film capital, to be called "This Side of Glamor" Mau-
rice Zolotow, whose pieces on Broadway celebrities have
been appearing in the Saturday Evening Post, has prepared
a history of Manhattan's night clubs for the American Mer-
cury ... If you think radio dramas are made to be heard
rather than read, take a gander at Ellery Queen's "Adven-
ture of the Mark of Cain," included in the Pocket Mystery
Reader, and you'll see it's just a spine-chilling in print as on
the air ... In this volume, too, is a poem by Bret Harte, deal-
ing not with mystery but with sudden death, which is the
essence of most whodunits anyway "What the Bullet
Sang" is the name of the poem.
STAGE AND SCREEN
The release of Walt Disney's "Bambi" is accompanied by
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
yiCTORY
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UNITED
STATES
JVAR
BONDS
AND
STAMPS
INVEST IN ViqTORY! up
Our boys can take the War to the enemy, if we bacrf: U ur
with ships and tanks and guns! But that takes money. "*%$&
Government to put the tools of war into the hands ot WJ- .
by purchasing War Savings Bonds and Stamps. And ];eimJL'- lx
just one Bond can't lick the Axis any more than just om e mp5
takes millions of Americans buying War Savings Bonds arin yoU
every pay day! Bonds cost $18.75 and up and tney v up
back one-third more in only 10 years! Stamps cost luc, W*
. soon total the price of a Bond if bought regularly.


FRIDAY. AUGUST 21, 1942
Jen1st fhridricin
PAGEFTVT
With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOIS H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
Ilat.bl Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive<-126S
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
i>400 I-aOorce Drive, Miami Beach
Phone 6-17J8
BETH SHOLEM
CENTER
761 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-9793
S. M, MACHTEI, Rabbi
1450 S. W. 17th Terrace. Miami
I'hone 2-2579
Schedule of Services
Daily services at 8 a. m. and
7:45 p. m.; Kabbalos Shabbos Fri-
day at 7:30 p. m., Saturday at 9
a. m. and 6:30 p. m., Sundays at
8:30 a. m and military services
at 9 a. m.
The Beautiful Captive
Dr. Samuel Bension will speak
at the military services on Sun-
day, August 23rd at 9 a. m. on
the subject of "The Beautiful
Captive" At last Sunday's mili-
tary services the synagogue was
filled to capacity. The Center
feels gratified at this splendid
response on the part of the men
in the service to our cordial in-
vitation and promises to maintain
the same high standard which
makes these services so appealing
and attractive. Community sing.(
ing and Dr. Bension's inspiring
messages are a regular feature
of the Center's military services.
Civilians, too, are welcome.
On Saturday, August 15th at
10 a. m. Dr. Bension will speak
on "Going Out to War" and at
the Oneg Shabbat at 6:30 p. m.
his topic will be "Man is a Tree."
Abundant refreshments are
served at the Oneg Shabbat so-
cial and a fine program is pre-
sented with Miss Ruth Brotman,
noted soprano, participating. Ser-
vice men and civilians are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Wolf! Wolf!
Despite insinuations and mis-
leading criticism the Miami Beach I
Jewish Center publicly announces j
that it has made provision to ac-1
commodate 200 Jewish service'
men at High Holy Day Services. I
The men in uniform will not be
relegated to a basement or gal- j
lery but will have the first call on
our best seats as our distinguished
guests of honor. The Center, I
however, is not merely a syn- j
agogue but a community institu-
tion, and looks to the general;
public for support in the splen-
did service it renders.
We appeal to the entire Jew-
ish community to help support I
the Center both in maintaining
and developing the activities for |
the benefit of the men in uniform :
and the community as a whole.
Overflow Services
Perhaps it is due to the beau-1
tiful decorations, the awe-inspir- ]
ing Ark, the comfortable pews, or .
an aroused religious conscious-
ness, but it is simply amazing to
see the early rush for seats at
the Center. The demand is al-
ready so great that the Center
feels it will be compelled to con-
duct overflow services in its spa-
cious open air patio. This will
require an awning enclosure and |
lighting equipment at an expense
of many hundreds of dollars.
Since the Center is the responsi-
bility and pride of the entire
community we invite the public
at large to make seat reserva-
tions at once to give us ample
time to make the necessary ex-
tensive additions. Only a few
choice seats are still available in
the Center synagogue itself, and
shall be allotted fairly and im-
partially in the order applications
are received. Dr. Samuel Ben-
sion will give his illuminating
explanations of the outstanding
Parts of the High Holy Days' lit-
urgy and his inspiring sermons
*'" in these critical days, more
than ever, serve us as a source
of hope and strength. Seats may
be obtained at the Center office
daily from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.
A committee is in attendance ev-
ery evening.
The Hebrew School
David Freedman has been re-
appointed as the head teacher of
Center Hebrew School. Classes
are now in session. Particular
attention is paid to the reading
Rabbi Zwltman will be in the Tera-
Pi'Lev,?,ry n,ornl"S- 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 ay. each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
Regular Friday evening ser-
vices at 8:15 o'clock with Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman officiating.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
pace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Yahrzeits: Rosa Goldstein,
mother of Mrs. Ray Mendelson;
Jennie Nevins, mother of Harry
Nevins; Hyman Roth, father of
Nat Roth; Anna Goldman, moth-
er of Mrs. Leonard Jacobus.
The floral offerings of last
Friday were presented in memory
of Alex Mendelson and Emil
Brunswick.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone, 2-2171
HERMAN H. MARBKIN, Cantor
Phone 5-9063
Mrs. Louis Margulies, Reporting
Military Services
Under the auspices of the lo-'
cal Army and Navy committee of
Greater Miami and the Rabbin-
ical Association, services for the
men in the armed forces will take
place in our synagogue this Fri-
day evening at 8 o'clock. Mem-
bers and friends arc asked to
participate. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will conduct these services.
High Holiday Seats
Tickets for the High Holy
Days are in readiness and we ask
our members and friends who de-
sire their seats to please contact
the office either by phone or in
person in order to purchase your
tickets early.
Succah Dance
We expect all members and
friends to join with us Tuesday
evening at Beth David auditor-
ium. Remember, we count on you
and we are certain that you will
not fail us.
and understanding of the High
Holy Day prayers.
Parents are urged to register
their children at once. Special
individual attention is given to
boys preparing for the bar mitzva.
Service Men's Socials
The entertainments and socials
at the Center are now held on
Tuesday evenings. Fine pro-
grams are presented and refresh-
ments are served. Men in uni-
form and young ladies desiring to
serve as hostesses are cordially
invited.
Executive Director
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter takes pride in announcing
that Daniel Broad has been ap-
pointed as its executive director.
Mr. Broad is well known for his
devoted public service, and as an
active leader of the Miami Beach
Apartment Association of which
he is now treasurer.
Mr. Broad will be very glad to
meet his friends at the Center
office and invites them to co-
operate with him in the devlop-
ment of our splendid community
institution.
New York (WNS) Special
prayers for a speedy victory of
the United Nations over the Axis
were recited throughout the
world on the "Day of Fasting and
Prayer."
Sabbath services will be held
at 9 a. m. tomorrow.
The religious committee met
at the home of President Alfred
B. Rosenstein last Saturday night
to coordinate the various phases
of the High Holy Day arrange-
ments. Lewis Green and Julius
Rosenstein were designated to
chant the Schachris and Mussof
services, with Mr. Green also
acting as Baal Korei.
Harry Kohn announced that
the High Holy Day tickets were
ready for the committee on seat-
ing. Those desiring to make res-
ervations or to inspect the Cen-
ter premises may phone 5-9793,
Beth Sholem Center, or may call
at the Center any afternoon or
evening excepting Friday night
or Saturday. Seating facilities
are limited, and early reserva-
tions are suggested.
Rabbi Machtei asked that a
survey be taken among the mem-
bers to find qualified and suit-
able Sunday School teachers. A
teachers' training class will be
conducted by the rabbi.
Members wishing to be hosts
to Jewish men in uniform sta-
tioned at Miami Beach on Rosh
Hashonoh are asked to register
with the secretary.
Raymond Rubin, third vice-
president of Beth Sholem Center,
pledged a Parodies for the Ark.
He will meet President Alfred
B. Rosenstein in New York City
to purchase the Paroches while
Mr. Rosenstein selects the new
Sefer Torah for the Center.
Dr. Max Ellis, first vice-presi-
dent, reported that he was order-
ing additional prayer books to in-
sure a sufficient quantity of uni-
form rituals for the New Year and
Atonement Day services.
David Newman was appointed
to direct the ushers at the Center
services.
Alfred B. Rosenstein stated he
would designate Irving Appel-
baum. second vice president, to
act as Center host to the Jew-
ish men in the armed services,
and to arrange for their invita-
tions to homes of members of
Beth Sholem Center.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MES8CHBLOFF, Rabbi
711 Denox Avenue, Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
621 Dennox Ave., Phone 5-7133
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
ABRAHAM A. KBtiLNER, Kabbl
1S23 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
KEEP 'EM FLYINGBy buy-
ing Defense Stamps and Bonds.
CONGREGATION
SHAAREI TEFILA
Miami Beach
Services will be conducted at
Congregation Shaarei Tefila at
440 Espanola Way, Miami Beach,
Friday at 7 p. m. and Saturday
at 9 a. m. and 6 p. m. Rabbi Jo-
seph E. Rackovsky. spiritual
leader, will conduct the services
and speak Saturday morning on
the subject, "Present and Fu-
ture."
Shalosh S'udos will begin Sat-
urdey at 6:15 p. m.
During the week services are
conducted daily at 8 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Classes in Jewish laws and cus-
toms concerning the High Holi-
days are being conducted each
evening at 7:45. All are invited.
Rabbi Rackovsky is in his
study and will be glad to discuss
matters concerning Jewish Or-
thodox problems. Call 5-5495.
The committee for reservation
of seats for the High Holidays
will meet daily during the week
at the synagogue. All those who
wish to reserve seats in our syn-
agogue will please do so imme-
diately as there is a limited num-
ber of seats.
The congregation congratulates
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rutner on the
occasion of their thirty-fifth wed-
ding anniversary. May they have
many returns of the day.
Daily Services
Shachriss daily at 8 a. m., Sat-
urday at 9:00 a. m.; Mincha. daily
at 7:30 p. m.; Maariv, daily at
8:15 p. m., Saturday at 8:25 p. m.;
Candle Lighting at 7:35 p. m.
Friday; Shalosh S'oodoss Satur-
day at 7:45 p. m. Rabbi Meschel-
off will speak on "The Portion
of the Week."
Service Men's Club
Our Service Men's Club is open
every evening but Friday from
7 to 11 p. m.; Saturday from 8:30
to 11 p. m.; Sunday from 2 to 11
p. m. A variety of programs
and entertainment as well as re-
freshments are served every eve-
ning. Kosher sandwiches are
served Saturday nights and Sun-
day afternoons.
The Service Men's Club is con-
ducted by the congregation with
the assistance of our Sisterhood,
and the cooperation of members
and friends.
A music appreciation evening
will be held once a week for in-
terested service men in the ser-
vice men's library in our Com-
munity Building. Members who
would like to lend us albums of
classical recorded music please
call our office, 5-6150, in order
to augment our present musical
library.
Service Men's Service
Service men are invited to all
our regular services. A special
service for service men is held
each Sunday morning in our syn-
agogue building at 9 o'clock. For
service men who wish to take
part in the 8 a. m. Sunday min-
yan we have a supply of tefillin.
Bar Mitzva
Malcolm Witt, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph H. Witt, will cele-
brate his becoming a bar mitzva
during this Saturday morning's
services. Rabbi Mescheloff will
address the boy. Refreshments
will be served. All friends are
invited.
High Holy Day Arrangements
High Holy Day services will
be held this year as in past years
in both our buildings. Cantors
and Baalc Tefillaa to assist our
Cantor Mamches in these services
have already been engaged. Our
rabbi will preach in both build-
ings throughout the Holy Days.
Special attention has been paid
to problems of ventilation and
lighting to assure every worship-
er of every convenience to help
make our services most impress-
ive. Hundreds of seats have
been reserved for the benefit of
our Jewish service men who will
be guests of our congregation
during the holidays.
Whoever has once prayed in
our synagogue during the holi-
days can never forget the impres-
siveness of the service and the
beauty of our traditional form of
worship. To these as well as to
the newcomers in our commun-
ity we say. reserve your seats
this week. Now you can make
your own selection of seats.
Our ticket committee will be
at the synagogue every week day
from 9 to noon and from 5 to 10
at night, all day Sunday, and
from 8:30 to 10 Saturday nights.
Seats are reasonably priced and
gratis for those who cannot af-
ford to pay for them.
Siyum
Our rabbi will celebrate the
completion of a study of the Tal-
mudic Tract, Baba Kama, with
a Siyum to be held at our syn-
agogue this Saturday afternoon
during Shalosh S'oodoss. The
public is invited to attend.
Those interested in joining with
our rabbi in the study of the next
tract, Baba Mezia, are asked to
see him in person.
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon__________8:30 a. m.
Mincha ..........._......_......7:30 p. m.
Maariv ........-----------8:0* p. m.
Saturday---------------------9:00 a. m.
High Holiday Services
The service committee for the
High Holy Days has completed
its task and we are pleased to
announce that a distinguished
New York cantor has been en-
gaged to officiate before the
Amed. The congregation has al-
so contacted the Yeshiva Col-
lege for the services of a young
rabbi who will be with the con-
gregation for the Holiday Sea-
son and who, if chosen, will oc-
cupy the position of rabbi for
the ensuing year.
Ticket Sale
The sale of tickets for the High
Holiday Services will commence
this Sunday, August 23, at 9:00
a. m. The committee will be in
session every week day evening
between the hours of 6 and 9
o'clock.
Thank You
The congregation is pleased to
extend sincere thanks to Sidney
Palmer of the Palmer Funeral
Chapel for his many acts of
kindness and helpfulness towards
our synagogue and its activities.
Shalom
Rabbi Kellner has already left
for his new post in Albany, N.
Y. As a parting remembrance
Rabbi Kellner wished his many
friends in the community joy
and happiness and in particular
Max Rifas, the president, officers
and members of the board of di-
rectors his heartfelt appreciation
for the happiest year the rabbi
sent in the service of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation.
Guest Cantor
This Shabbos will be celebrat-
ed with the services of a well
known cantor who will officiate
both Friday evening and Satur-
day morning. The congregation
and its friends are cordially in-
vited to hear our guest.
Special Membership Meeting
A special membership meeting
open to members of the congre-
gation in good standing will be
held this Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock in the new synagogue.
Max Rifas. president, will pre-
side, and all eligible members
are urged to attend.
YESHIVA
EDUCATIONAL
CENTER
Have you bougnt your De-
fense Bonds yet?
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, 846 Michigan Avenue, will
conduct classes daily for child-
ren from kindergarten to tal-
mudic education.
Daily services are held at 8:30
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and on Sat-
urday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Shalosh Soodas at 7:30 p. m.
Mishna and other adult educa-
tional classes are held daily at
6:30 p. m.
Special attention to bar mitz-
vah preparations is offered at
the Yeshiva Educational Center.
Anyone interested in learning
the Talmud, young or old. will
be happily received in our daily
classes.
Tickets for seats for the High
Holy Days are now on sale and
those desiring to attend our ser-
vices are asked to please make
reservations immediately.
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+Jewish fhriafiair
FRIDAY. AUGUST 21, 1942
TO BE AN ADJUNCT
TO
Nat Roth of Miami and D. B.
Hays of Miami Beach are the
originators of an idea whereby
gas rationing will not prevent
them and about 23 other mer-
chants" traveling salesmen from
offering their wares to at least a
limited number of their Florida
customers.
Unlike their fellow salesmen in
other sections of the country who
are holding protest meetings and
attempting to obtain extra gas.
the Miamians have banded to-
gether under the designation of
Southeastern Caravan, to "ride
the circuit" of five key Florida
cities to exhibit their wares in
the fashion of the old itinerant
vendors going from one county
fair or public market place to
another.
Retail merchants within a 100-
mile radius of their five key
stopping off places already have
been circularized to acquaint
them when the Caravan will be
jn there. The merchants may
then travel to the center nearest
their home and place their orders
for new stocks.
Purposely, only 25 salesmen
are members of this closed cor-
poration. Among the reasons for i
this is that hotels cannot accom- '
modate a larger group, and trav-
eling and hauling facilities are
limited. Train accommodations
could not be made for the Cara-
van's first safari, which will leave
Miami by bus.
The Caravan will be at the
Floridan Hotel. Sunday and Mon-
day. August 23 and 24. They will
be in Orlando August 27 and 28.
Jacksonville August 30 and 31.
and in Tallahassee September 2
and 3.
The Caravan is not competitive
and has as its object the idea of
giving merchants the opportun-
ity to get the standard lines they
have been using for years.
"Not only is it useless for us to
attempt to fight gasoline ration-
ing, but we feel that it's our pa
triotic duty to do what we can to
get along without special consid-
eration," Roth said. "Of course,
we would like to have enough
gas to continue making our live-
lihood." he added, "but this is a
time for all to sacrifice. We don't
know whether this plan will
work, but we are willing to try
it out."
AMERICAN JEWRY
TO
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rJoGUST BROS RY^f
** Is the BEST'
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announces the
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to
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MIAMI BEACH
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For the Practice of
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. in Miami, Florida
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ATTEND
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
AT THE
Beth Jacob ISynagogue
301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach

MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD
In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Torah
and Community Building

RABBI MOSE MESCHELOFF
will preach in both buildings
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
will chant the services, assisted by
well-known Baalei Tefilla

Seats on Sale Daily 9 to NoonS to 10 P. M.
Sunday. All Day to 10 P. M. Saturday. 8:30 to 10 P. M.
Come NOW and select the seats YOU want!
Seats will be given gratis to those unable to pay

Hundreds of service men are to be the invited guests of our
congregation; seats are reserved for them.

HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN
cSealed in Cellophane for your protection
PREFERRED BY THOUSANDSMAY WE SERVE YOUJ
Phone, MIAMI 2-7696FT. LAUDERDALE 613 lor
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SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER
SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE
BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM
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HOME MILK
$12,259,258.91 has been contri-
buted by American Jewry from
1910 to 1941 for the redemption
of land in Palestine. Of this sum
$1,713, 322.76 was made available
during the year 1941. Dr. Israel
Goldstein, president of the Jew-
ish National Fund of America,
announced.
These significant figures, to-
gether with a summary graphic-
ally describing more than forty
years of work in the redemption
of the land, arc revealed in the
72-page calendar which summar-
izes succinctly the developments
in connection with the war-time
program of the Fund. The 5703
Calendar has just been issued to
more than 1.000 committees
throughout the United States
which carry on the work in be-
half of the Fund in this country.
The theme of the Calendar this
year is: "In this war Israel stands
as an ancient olive tree in a storm
battered, but not broken."
A special section is devoted to
the work of the Jewish National
Fund in America in which the
significant contribution made by
the Fund in this country is sum-
marized over a period of 21 years.
The Jewish National Fund Cal-
endar is a source of authentic
nformation on many phases of
Palestine and is illustrated with
a map of Erctz Israel and with
Illustration of Front Cover of
Jewish National Fund Calendar
4raphs and charts. The land pos-
sessions of the Jewish National
Fund now constitute 41% of the
total Jewish area of Palestine,
and of the products from Jewish
land, J. N. F. land is responsible
for the major part of the food
products, the Calendar reveals.
During the past year more than
50.000 dunams of land were
placed under intensive cultiva-
tion.
The Calendars are now being
distributed from national head-
quarters, and may be obtained
without cost by writing to the
Jewish National Fund, 41 East
42nd Street, New York, N. Y
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
ism South Andrew* Avenue
Ft. I^aufl-nlale, Florida
RABBI SAMUEL iiai.kvi BARON
Telephone HIS
70S S. E. th Street
Sabbath eve services Friday at
8 o'clock. A special welcome is
extended to all service men.
Weekly'6isterhood benefit so-
cial for men and women, Monday
at 8 p. m.
Sewing session- for the Red
Cross. British War Relief Society,
and Bundles for America, Tues-
day from 12:30 to 5 p. m.
Applications for membership
and seating reservations are be-
ing taken for the High Holy Days
including Hollywood and all of
Broward County.
MAX GOLDSTEIN IS NAMED
FIRST LIEUTENANT IN ARMY
Max Goldstein. 58 N. E. 59th
St.. secretary of the circuit court
commission, has received a com-
mission as a first lieutenant in
the Army Air Corps and report-
ed to Miami Beach Saturday for
a six-week training course.
Following the training period.
Goldstein will be assigned to the
troop carrier command at Bow-
man Field,, Lexington, Ky.
Goldstein graduated from the
University of Florida, where for
three years he was All-Southern
football tackle and made several
Ail-American selections in 1923,
1924 and 1925. He has been prac-
ticing law here for 6 years.
Goldstein's wife, Mrs. Laura
Goldstein, and two children, Ste-
phen, 5 and James, 1, will re-
main in Miami while Lieut. Gold-
stein is on active duty.
You don't need a ration card
to buy U. S. War Bonds.
NAMED JEWISH CHAPLAIN
FOR MAYO CLINIC
Rabbi Ralph DeKoven
who has been named to the
Jewish chaplaincy created at
the Mayo Clinic, Rochester,
Minn., by B'nai B'rith, to
supplement the social service
it has there for Jewish pa-
tients since 1927.
JEWS TO
IN POLAND FID
HUH SAY LEADERS
London (WNS)Expressing de-
termination of the Polish Gov-
ernment-in-exile to support the
Jews in their efforts to secure a
Jewish state in Palestine, Polish
Premier Sikorski emphasized this
week that Jews in the post-war
Poland will be free either to re-
main in Poland or to emigrate
to Palestine.
The Polish premier gave this
pledge in behalf of the emigre
Polish government in a message
to the New Zionist Organization
of Great Britain. The statement
was construed as a slap at the
extreme Polish nationalists who
demand the compulsory emigra-
tion of Jews to Palestine after
the war.
"Our sympathies are with the
Jews longing for a National
Homea State of their own in
Palestine." General Sikorski's
statement said. "Both from a
moral and political viewpoint,
this problem is very simple to
us. and we hesitate to repeat
how strongly the Polish nation
and the government favor these
Jewish aims, especially since
such longing is expressed by our
own Polish citizens of Jewish na-
tionality.
"The problem of Jewish emi-
gration from Poland must be en-
visaged by Poles as the right of
Jews to leave Poland for the na-
tional home but never as duty on
the part of the Jews to do so. Nor
should that be taken as intention
on the part of the Poles to exert
pressure in that direction.
"We do not intend to influence
internal Jewish matters and po-
litical differences, whether great
or small. On the other hand, we
are ready both now and in the
future to support the Jewish na-
tional aims in case the Jews
themselves endeavor to attain
them and to the degree the Jews
themselves ask for such support."
IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT ANNOUNCEMENT
IS MADE THAT
Cong. Schaarei Zedek
(Gates of Justice)
located at
1545 S. W. THIRD STREET
MIAMI
WILL BE OPEN FOR
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
WITH ITS HOUSE OF WORSHIP
COMPLETELY AND BEAUTIFULLY REPAINTED
AND REDECORATED
PROMINENT CANTOR
EXCELLENT SPEAKERS
WORSHIP IN SPIRITUAL CONTENTMENT AND RESERVE
YOUR ACCOMMODATIONS NOW!
SEATING COMMITTEE ON PREMISES AT
1545 S. W. THIRD STREET
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23. 9 to NOON AND
EVERY WEEK DAY EVENING 7 to 10 P. M.


FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. 1942
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
By AL GREEN
* Jew!si) Ikrifinr
PAGE SEVEN
by Milton A. Friedman
Guest Columnist
It seems that I just sat down
to write last week's column and
here another is due. It is a good
thing the Lodge is active so as to
enable me to find something to
tell you about.
A new project has been started
in Dade County whereby a per-
manent memorial will be erect-
ed in Bay Front Park honoring
all men who entered the armed
service of the United States
from Dade County. This memor-
ial would be an inspiration to
the boys who are leaving, be-
cause they would know that they
are not being forgotten and that
the folks in Dade County re-
member them. Local civic or-
ganizations were invited to at-
tend the first few meetings. Your
correspondent, who represented
the Lodge at these meetings, is
happy to report that Sholem
Lodge of B'nai B'rith was the on-
ly Jewish organization asked to
attend. Evidently the public has
become acquainted with the
splendid civic work of our Lodge.
At our last meeting Brother
Maurice Cromer reported on the
Labor Day week-end convention
that will be held in Miami for all
of A. Z. A. Chapters throughout
the State. The theme of this con-
vention will .be "War Service."
WOULD YOU GIVE
It is expected that quite a num-
ber of boys and girls will come
down to participate. There will
be oratory and debating and bas-
ketball gamcs to all of which the
public will be invited guests. In
connection with the convention
the boys are going to a lot of ex-
pense and it is, therefore, neces-
sary for them to raise funds to
defray expenses. It was gratify-
ing to note the reaction within
the Lodge. Brothers Eisenstein,
Levin and Cromer practically con-
ducted an auction in getting the
Lodge to raise their offer in pur-
chasing advertising space in the
booklet the boys are putting out
for the convention. These boys
deserve the cooperation of all
men and it is sincerely hoped
that the example and approval of
the Lodge in giving a donation
will make it possible for the boys
to secure aid from all of the bus-
iness men in Dade County.
The scrap drive is still pro-
gressing. To date 117,000 pounds
FACILITY IS
ADDED TO SERVE
The Greater Miami Jewish
Community added a new facility
to those already in existence for
serving the men in the armed
forces, when it officially opened
the new Miami Beach Service
Men's Center on Wednesday eve-
ning, August 12. Located at 1711
Alton Road, formerly Carl's Res-
taurant, the center heretofore has
been operating on a part-time
basis but now is open every eve-
ning with the exception of Fri-
day.
If one is to judge from the ex-
pressions on the faces of the ser-
have been gathered by the Lodge vice men and their friends, they
and the drive will still continue
to remain open. Sam's Service
Station in Coral Gables and So-
bers Service Station on the Trail
at 19th Avenue, are available for
residents in their respective sec-
tions to drop their scrap metal at
these points.
Don't forget the State B'nai
B'rith Convention in Tampa on
Sunday, September 6th. If you
desire to attend as a delegate,
please communicate immediately
with the B'nai B'rith office.
Plans are being worked out
for a most interesting meeting of
the Lodge in September. Fol-
low this column for further de-
tails.
Investing in War Bonds today,
means the purchasing of freedom
for tomorrow.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOT1CK IS HEREBY G1VKN that
the undersigned. (leslrlnK to engage in
business under the fictitious inline of
BREEZE IN. 20 Bes.com Blvd., Mi-
ami, Florida, intends to register the
said name in the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit court of Dade County, Florida.
MVKoN MILUSR
Sole Owner
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Miami Beach, Florida, and intends to
register said fletltious name in the
offlee of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Uade County, Florida.
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Newly elected vice-president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ration, who heads the Greater
Miami Army-Navy Committee,
recently formed to co-ordinate
and expand the program of as-
sisting the men in uniform in
this area. The committee last
week opened formally another
link in the series of service men's
facilities with the opening of a
club at 1711 Alton Rd., Miami
Beach, made possible through
the generosity of Carl Weinkle.
The club and its facilities will
be open every night excepting
Saturday.
A. Z. A. CHAPTERS HOSTS TO
STATE MEETING SEPT 6-7
On September 6 and 7, Miami
will be the site of the second an-
nual state convention of A.Z.A,
sponsored jointly by Miami and
Miami Beach chapters. Threat-
ening to surpass all former con-
claves, this promises to be a
most informative and interesting
conference.
Representing Orlando, St. Pet-
ersburg, Tampa, Jacksonville and
West Palm Beach, A.Z.A.s from
throughout the state will gather
to discuss future plans of A.Z.A
for the coming year. Heading the
list of activities is the War Ser-
vice Panel, presided over by mil-
itary and civilian defense auth-
orities. Foremost in this is the
theme "Youth and the War Ef-
fort."
Also included in the program
of the two day convention are
the annual tournaments partici-
pated in by the organization, de-
bating, oratory and basketball.
Determining the winners of the
region, these are later sent to en-
ter the national finals, at which
time outstanding chapters are
honored.
Including dances, banquets,
luncheons and other entertaining
social affairs, Miami's conven-
tion tends to bring about closer
relationship among the eight
A.Z.A. chapters in Florida.
All alumni who are interested
in registering are asked to con-
tact Leonard Oxenberg, 9-1996.
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Participating in the opening
ceremonies were Tom Smith,
representing the city of Miami
Beach; Capt. E. Tiedt, area chap-
lain; Sam Blank, chairman of the
Greater Miami army and navy
committee; Capt. Louis Barley,
special officer of the army air
corps, and Bryan Hanks, chair-
man of the Dade County Defense
Council.
Mr. Smith's welcome from the
officials of the Beach said in ef-
fect that "nothing is too good for
the men in uniform." Capt Tiedt
gave the opening prayer. Sam
Blank urged the army men to
make as frequent use of the Cen-
ter as possible. Capt. Barley ad-
dressed the crowd as "one of the
boys." Bryan Hanks indicated
that whatever service the boys
receive is simply reciprocity for
the fine treatments that Miami
uniformed men are receiving in
the respective bases to which
they have been assigned.
Miriam Sirkin acted as chair-
man of the evening and the Mi-
ami Beach Service League, a
group of ladies who have worked
hard to provide furnishings and
other equipment for the Center,
had charge of the door arrange-
ments and the refreshments.
Figures recently released from
the office of the registrar at the
University of Florida show that
Pi Lambda Phi has again won
the coveted scholarship trophy.
Pi Lambda Phi, National Jewish
Social Fraternity, thus re-cap-
tured the cup which it has won
fourteen out of the last fifteen
semesters, to establish an all-time
record at the University of Flor-
ida among the twenty-two na-
tional social fraternities on the
campus.
By finishing third in the intra-
mural race. Pi Lambda Phi es-
tablishes another record, that of
being first in combined scholar-
ship-athletic activity. Pi-Lams
won six intra-mural cups which
was twice as many as their clos-
est intra-mural rivals.
Miamians who were active in
the fraternity include: Jack Su-
berman. past president, and now
a bombardier in the United
States Army Air Corps at Tus-
con, Arizona; Irving Rubin, who
finished second in the intra-mu-
ral high point race and is past
vice-president; Alfred Kohn, who
has elected to Phi Beta Kappa,
highest national scholastic hon-
orary fraternity; Si Ketive. who
scored the highest grades in the
freshman law class; Jock Cour-
shon, who was selected in Phi
Eta Sigma, highest freshman
scholastic honorary fraternity;
Bernard Miller, past chairman for
social activities; Jerrold Kemp,
who was president of Alpha Epi-
silon Delta, national pre-medical
fraternity.
Pi Lambda Phi was founded
in 1925 by E. Max Goldstein, well
known Miami attorney and form-
er Gator football ace. Other well
known Miami Alumni include
Paul Marks, Orange Bowl com-
mitteeman, and Maurice Crom-
er, advisor to Royal Palm Chap-
ter A. Z. A.
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the news that Felix Stalen, au-
thor of the novel on which the
film is based, is safe in Switzer-
land The new Bella and
Sam Spewack musical scheduled
for Broadway for the coming
season will have a score by Kurt
Weill, the cantor's son who has
Hitler to thank for his success
as an American composer ... If
producer Michael Todd has his
way. Charlie Chaplin will appear
on Broadway next season in a
Ferenc Molnar play If .
One of the fall season's first op-
enings "Let Freedom Sing," will
have Mitzie Green in a leading
part And don't think you're
an old-timer just because you re-
member Mitzie in her child-prod-
igy-of-the-scrcen period Real
old timers remember her mother,
Rosie Green, as a Ziegfeld Fol-
lies beauty.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Yehudi Menuhin, whose tal-
ents are normally dedicated to
another instrument, was recent-
ly seen getting pointers on har-
monica playing from Larry Ad-
ler But it was all in fun, of
course Lorin Maazel, the
youngster who created a sensa-
tion last year when, at the age
of eleven, he led the NBC Sym-
phony Orchestra, earned critical
plaudits last week when he made
his debut at the Lewisohn Stadi-
um, conducting the New York
Philharmonic Symphony Orches-
tra, no less Quite an achieve-
ment for a boy who has not yet
attained the dignity of bar mitz-
vah, eh? Congratulations to
Henrietta Malkiel, former Euro-
pean representative of Vanity
Fair, on her marriage to Nel-
son Poynter The former Edith
Sharin, the blonde eyeful whom
visitors to the New York World's
Fair Palestine Pavilion will re-
member as one of its most deco-
rative features, informs that her
husband. Milwaukee's Dr. Leon-
ard Markson, is a naval lieuten-
ant now.
INFORMATION MINE
Did you know that S. A. Loz-
ofsky, the Soviet Union's Elmer
Davis, was born the son of a pov-
erty-stricken melamed? That
the original name of Georges
Mandel. the French Jewish
statesman who was a member of
the Reynaud Cabinet at the time
of the collapse of France, was Je-
robeam Rothchild, not Roths-
child, as is commonly believed?
That the Kodachrome process of
color photography is the joint in-
vention of Leopld Godowsky, son
of the famus piano virtuso, and
Leopold Damrosch Mannes, son
of violisnist David Mannes and
grandson of the noted conducter
Leopold Damrosch? And that
Judah Monis, first instructor in
Hebrew at Harvard University
and author of the first Hebrew
grammar published in this coun-
try, had to be baptized a Chris-
tian before he was permitted to
assume the Harvard post back in
1722? These are just a few
of the more startling items we've
picked out of the newly pub-
lished Volume Seven of the Uni-
versal Jewish Encyclopedia, the
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PAGE EIGHT
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. ig42
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
Thr viows expressed by Mr. Boxpr-
m.an are his own and do not nec-
essarily represent the opinion of
Th.' Jewish Florldlan.
Good Riddance
It's a long story that has no
ending After tolerating their
seditious activities for many
years, the federal government has
indicted some 28 characters on
a charge of obstructing the war
effort Among those in the
dragnet is William Dudley Policy,
the Silver Shirtcr who hoped to
be the fuehrer of America.
The ADL time and again has
stressed the close relationship be-
tween anti-Semitism and the as-
sault upon democracy ... In
indicting these subversionists and
in convicting Pellcy. who faces a
long penitentiary sentence, the
position of the ADL has been
vindicated The proceedings
at the trial, in which Pelley iden-
tified Communism and Judaism
as being synonymous and in the
next breath attacked the pres-
ent administration, provided am-
ple proof of the close kinship be-
tween Jew-hatred and the dis-
like for democratic institutions.
Pelley was no stranger in his
Florida influence, having mailed
numerous leaflets here Even
while held for trial on a prior
charge and while he faced indict-
ment for seditious activity, a
large number of people in Or-
lando. Florida, were receiving
through the mails leaflets which
read, in part:
"Indiana Klansmen have al-
ready begun to ask why the ad-
ministration jumps on Pelley, a
Republican and Protestant .
Pelley. without the powerful
Catholic church behind him is to
be made the Whipping Boy for
the entire Roosevelt criticism
whether uttered by him or any
' other Protestants, to the apparent
lend and aim that other Protcst-
j ant publishers take note of what
happened in Pelley's case and not
show themselves too obstreperous
in jumping on Hon. Hyde Parker
I with spiked literary boots .
I This is the Champion Fight .
I If we can win it, we're going to
I have the whole Yiddish New
' Deal crowd on the run."
Well, the goatecd would-be
fuehrer, who once claimed that
he died and came to life again,
no doubt will have a long time
in which to think it over within
the confines of an institution .
Of course he's not satisfied with
the findings of the jury and is
appealing the verdict But we
are quite certain that, in view of
the damnable evidence, no higher
court will feel charitably inclined
toward him.
They're Next
We trust that others on the fifth
column list, who also have been
indicted, will be dealt with in
accordance with their just des-
serts There is Mrs. "Lizzie"
Dilling. author of the Octopus,
than which no viler anti-Semitic
volume was ever issued Mrs.
Dilling's visits a few short years
ago in some of Miami's "best
houses" are a matter of record.
There is also Rev. Gerold B.
Winrod, a friend of Rev. W. T.
Watson of St. Petersburg, in
whose gospel tabernacle he often
j has appeared.
Add to them Joseph Kamp and
his Constitutional Education
League, whose publications have
been widely circulated in Florida,
particularly in a certain concern
whose head is in the service of
the United States Three of
Kamp's publications have been
mailed l<> Miami, one attacking
' the President and members of
| his cabinet as being Jews ... A
second termed as "America's fifth
' column" Frances Perkins. Sidney
Hillman and others of like stat-
ure Kamp's leaflets even had
been placed in a local library
over the objection of citizens who
challenged the truth of their con-
tents.
These and others must meet
I the same fate as Pelley if our
j domestic institutions are to be
preserved. Otherwise, the sacri-
fices of our boys in World War
II will have been for naught.
Speaking of Jews
Speaking of Jews That's
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Sometime we'd like to be original
and express poetically exactly
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a snatch of verse conceived in
! another's brain .
. And here lies the sting.
Haunted and blamed for every-
thing.
No matter who errs, when or
where.
To every evil the Jew's made
heir,
And wherever on earth his home-
land may be.
The Jew dwells forever in Geth-
semane.
Yet. Jews too, like others, are
born and die,
Jews laugh when happy and in
sorrow cry.
And some like winter with its
cold and snow
While others prefer the summer's
warm glow,
Or some like fall with its colors
rare
Just the same as most people
everywhere.
Gut Shabbos!
BEACH JEWISH CENTER TO
HEAR VISITING DIGNITARY
Cantor Abraham D. Wolf will
conduct the Sabbath services at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
1415 Euclid Ave. Friday. August
21 at 7:30 p. m. and on Saturday.
August 22 at 9 a. m. Cantor
Wolf is a graduate of Professor
Adolph Katchko's Conservatory
of Jewish Music of New York
City. He possesses a dramatic
tenor voice, and has officiated as
cantor of the Jewish Center of
University Heights of the Bronx.
Cantor Wolf will also lead in
community singing at the Sab-
bath Joy Social Saturday at 6:30
p. m.
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MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
Sam Kapner was a visitor to
Miami recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Nankin announce
the birth of a son. Mrs. Nankin
is the former Miss Tillic Gordon.
Harold Moss has returned to
duty with the Coast Guard after
a furlough spent with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss.
Jack Kapner was in charge of
services Friday evening, in the
absence of Rabbi Manuel Green-
stein.
The many friends of Jack Fein
will be glad to know that he is
at home convalescing from an
illness of several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir have
left for Worcester, Mass., their
northern home, where they will
spend the remainder of the sum-
mer.
Mrs. Sally Dubbin departed
Sunday morning by rail for
Osceola Lake Inn, Henderson-
ville. where she will spend about
a month.
Mr. and Mrs J. Hirsch left for
Philadelphia after visiting with
their son Private Morris Hirsch
Camp Murphy.
Mrs. O. P. Gruner. Mrs. T
Meyer, and Mrs. Max Green-
berg left for New York to visit
relatives and friends. They will
then go to the mountains where
they will remain for the balance
of the summer.
Mrs. I. Rosenberg of St. Pet-
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Gardenia Street, visiting her son-
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