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The Jewish Floridian ( March 5, 1943 )

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I wJewisti Flariidlibi HI i% >i y CouaiwNG Tlhe Jewusth KJmBty fit VOLUME 18— No. 10 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1943 PRICE 10 CENTS Federation Rallies For $135,977--Goal Set For 1943 Outstanding Jewish Leaders In Personal Appearances In Support of Local Fund Drive With a goal of $135,977 set as ,. quota ftir the 1943 Greater Miami Jewiah Federation Victory Campaign, some of the outpert, Joseph L. Arkin, Abe Aronovitz, Leonard Barr, David Bass, George Bertman, Harry Blumin, Max Bogorad, Archie JEWISH LEADERS BERLIN KILLED TWO ADDITIONAL HEBREW SCHOOLS TO OPEN IN MIAMI or standing Jewish leaders of the Brick, Henry Bulbin, Mack world are making personal appeal ,i" and the responsibility of the local communities in aiding th> SOlU t iOO of the problem. Wise, with a background brilliant leadership, is spiritual leader of the Free SynaCohan, Mrs. Anna Cohen, Harry Cornblum, Lou Fleischman, Irving Frankel, J. E. Freehling, Leon Green, Maurice Grossman. Gus III NAZI THREATS Hilb, Max Holtzberg, Leonard Jacobus, Mrs. Ada Joseph, Isidor Kaufman, M. J. Kopelowitz, H. u?.SL e "I aW Y? rk City and Kronenfeld, Walter Kovner, Abe Kurman, Isaac Levin, Mrs. Benjamin Levine, Mrs. S. R. Lippow, William Lowenthal, Harry Magid, Jack Miller, Morris Morrison, Kenneth Oka, Sidney Palmer, Ida major positions in many %  and international hold. ef bmong which are iii i Jewish Congress World Jewish Congress, of which he is president; Emergency Zionist Committee. of which he is chairman. The Sunday morning talk will be his only appearance here. The Frolics Club has been selected because of its proximity to Miami and Miami Beach workers and is in line with precampaign activity of '43 plans to bring contributors to federation, eliminating the almost impossible task of personal solicitation under the present war restriction* Another rally is scheduled for Wednesday at the Mayfair Thetet Uscayne Boulevard and ISth treat, for the women's division under the chairmanship of Mrs. Max Dobrin and Mrs. Monte *& lunteer workers are daily enrolling their services to assist uo, campaign proper to be he> narch -il-ll, at which time all pro€pecti*s> contributors heretofore Beted, will be given J: (Unity of personal parl the drive to secure ? tHing the local com%  !" ""t to bake allocations to M local, njBonal and overseas r,K *4 attitude that the •***' **-mu Jewish citizenry lien n^.'rBnrare of the needs ..v sncie* will come for< Kne their obligated ition will do away %  11 Mure solicitations. 'Ptams end lieutenants of the Advance Gift Division in charge of Sunday's meeting are: Leo Ackerman. Joseph Herman. Harry Boyell Chertkof. Dr. Frank '•ret, Net H. Hankoff. Sam Lachman. Mrs Benjamin Meyer, ">>IUam D. Singer and Charles Tobin. Lieutenants: Mrs. Morris AlDavid Phillips, Albert Quadow, Harry Rabe, Joseph Rambam, Hyland Rifas, Joseph M. Rose, Dr. Albert Rosenthal, Mrs. Ethel Rothleim, Jennie Rotfort, Morris B. Rubin, Abe Schonfeld, Milton Sirkin, Harry Speier, Joseph R. Stein, Edith Weinstein, Dr. Phillip Weinstein and George Wolpert. RED CROSS GROUP HAS REPORT ON CAMAIGN DRIVE Geneva (WNS)—Seven of the remaining Jewish leaders in Berlin have been executed by Nazi firing squads in accordance with orders from Adolf Hitler to wipe out the Jewish population of occupied Europe, according to reports received here this week through reliable channels. The names of the seven Jewish leaders were not disclosed but the report said that all Jewish leaders in Germany have been arrested and are being held as hostages. Little hope was held here that any of the arrested Jews would ever be released. The report confirmed an earlier dispatch that Alfred Selbiger leader of the Hechlautz movement in the Reich, had been shot. In a special proclamation last week, made in connection with the anniversary of the founding of the Nazi party, Hitler once again repeated his determination to destroy the European Jewish population. Hitler said: "This I struggle will not end as our enemies plan, with the annihilation of the Aryan part of humanity, but with the extinction of Jewry in Europe." The Nazi chieftain devoted a considerable portion of his statement to threats against the Jews, and, as in the past, blamed the Jews both for Communism in the East and Capitalism in the West. "We shall break and smash the might of the Jewish world coalition and mankind, struggling for its freedom, will win final victory in this struggle," Hitler shouted. He later added: "The Jews believe they are at the very gate of the milenium, but this year, like last, they will experience horrible disillusionment." The opening of two additional branch Hebrew schools in the southwest and northeast sections of Miami is being announced by the Jewish Education Association of Greater Miami. The branches will be located at the Y. M. H. A., 1567 S. W. Fifth Street, and Temple Israel of Miami, 137 N. E. 19th Street. Registration of children will be had Mondays through Thursdays at each school from 4 to 7 p. m., beginning Monday, March 8. In addition to the new branches being opened, the J. E. A. has been operating Hebrew school branches at Beth David Congregation, 135 N. W. Third Avenue, and Beth Jacob, 311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. The J. E. A. requests that all children wishing to attend Hebrew school register at the nearest branch school to their home. The full program of the Jewish Education Association will be publicized within the very near future. HIT ROTH NAMED PLIGHT OF JEWS IN NAZI EUROPE DISCUSSED BY POPE London (WNS)—The plight of the remaining millions of Jews in Nazi-occupied or controlled countries was one of the subjects discussed by Pope Pius and Archbishop Spellman of New York during their recent conversation in the Vatican, the Swedish press reported this week. SENATOR THOMAS URGES U. S. TO INVESTIGATE OFFER First reports in the 1943 Red Cross war fund campaign were presented at a meeting of the executive committee in the office of Oscar Dooly, Jr., campaign chairman, this week. Preliminary reports were delivered earlier in the day at a meeting of officials in chapter headquarters, when a number of special gifts were revealed. A parade witnessed by some 60,000 Saturday signalized the opening of the Red Cross annual war fund campaign, which started Monday and continues through the month of March. The goal is $274,000. SUGGEST THAT HESS BE RETURNED FOR 100.000 JEWS RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN TO SPEAI ON MARCH 11 London (WNS)—The suggestion that Rudolph Hess, erstwhile No. 2 Nazi who landed in Scotland some two years ago, be returned to Germany in exchange for 100,000 Jews now in Nazioccupied Europe, was made at a special mass meeting in Leicester called to protest the Nazi plan to annihilate the Jewish population of EuropeThe proposal to exchange Hess for 100,000 Jews was made by Dr. Bernard Grimley, vice-chairman of the Leicester Christian Council. Washington (WNS) — Senator Elbert D. Thomas of Utah called upon the United States government this week to make a thorough investigation of the reported offer by the Rumanian government to permit 70,000 Rumanian Jews from Trans-Dniestria to emigrate to Palestine or any other country of refuge selected by the United Nations. The appointment of Nat Roth as chairman of the Permanent War Record Division of the Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee was announced this week by Sam Blank, chairman. Mr. Blank, in the making of the appointment, stated that he NAT ROTH regretted that the two previous appointments were unable to fulfill the task, so important and necessary to the Jewish Community here and nationally. He further stated that he felt elated that he had been able to persuade Mr. Roth to accept this tremendous responsibility and that he feels that at last he has secured a capable head for the Permanent War Record Division. Mr. Roth, long an active figure in the communal life of the (CONTINUED ON PAOE 31 HIGH COMMISSIONER ORDER FORBIDS DECREE OF VICHY London (WNS)—-General Henri Giraud, high commissioner for French North and West Africa, has annuled the Vichy decree The third in a series of lectures sponsored by the Young Men's Hebrew Association titled which had made it impossible for "Institute On Judaism," in coJews in Algeria or Morocco to operation with the Rabbinical recover debts or other claims Association of Greater Miami, I from "Aryan" customers or merwill take place Thursday eve-1 chants. The Vichy regulation ning, March 11, at 8:15 o'clock, had invalidated all claims held At that time. Rabbi Colman A. by Jews against "Aryans." Zwitman of Temple Israel will | General Giraud's cancellation speak on "The Jewish Religion." of the Vichy order will enable He will stress Judaism as a beaJewish merchants in French Afcon light in the world of today, rica to recover all funds owed The general public is invited. I to them by non-Jews. IMPORTANT! WE ASK ALL SOUTH FLORIDA JEWRY TO PLEASE FILL OUT THE FOLLOWING BLANK AND MAIL TO: WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE P. O. Box 2973. Miami. Fla. Teux comraittao noeds the assistance of •Yery family, friend ar ralatiT* in ardar to secure a complete record of every man in our armed service. Please co-operate and mail immediately. Additional blanks can be secured upon request. READ PAGE SEVEN Address (Home) •ate of Birth Date of Enli.tm.nt Name of Nearest Relative Relationship Address. Branch ef Service Rank Outfit Service Address. TeL Me. __ __ Premeiiena. honors, awards, acts ef heroism, casualty or other •vents or aorvtcoe: — • READ PAGE SEVEN — FEDERATION GOES TO WAR SEE PAGE 8



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• PAGE TWO vjmlstncr/dlkir FRIDAY. MARCH 5. 1943 ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES TTOIWIi lilillillailMHHHMMMt BJBaMSaMIBMMMaaBMHi in*iiiiii:imiSM'"' DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL A number of conferences have been held during the past week to speed the efforts of the Daughters of Israel for the erection of a women's club building and ritualarium. A conference was held Sunday at the home of Rabbi Mescheloff. Monday at the home of M. H. Frankel, and at the Sea Breeze Hotel Wednesday. Heading this campaign committee are Mr. Matthews, A. Cohen, Mr. Videlitz, Mr. Kolko and M. Kevelbon. President of the organization is Max Feit. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN SCHAAREI ZEDEK The Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Schaarei Zadek will sponsor a card party at the synagogue this Sunday evening. Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock a regular meeting will be aeld, at which time final plans will be made for the Purim party scheduled for March 21 with Mrs. Sophie Miller as chairlady. The Miami Unit of the Business and Professional Group of Hadassah, the Women s Zionist organization of America, is sponsoring a meeting Monday, March 8 at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Milton Sirkin, 2024 North Bay Road. Among the highlights of the evening will be Miss Geraldine Kassover of Bayonne, N. J., visiting member of the national board of Junior Hadassah. Miss Kassover will present informative and impressive pointers on the part which Palestine is taking in the war effort of the United Nations. A quiz program will be presented by Mrs. Gladys Walsh and Miss Sara Lightman. Miss Lenore, well known here for her dramatic ability, will entertain with monologues. Hostesses will be the newly-elected president. Miss Polly Gershon, and Mrs. Edward I. Lovitz. senior advisor. Refreshments will be served. BETH DAVID What promises to. be one of the most outstanding gatherings ot the season will take place this coming Sunday, March 7, when the Sisterhood of Beth David will hold its Annual Prcpunm Ball. As in past years this allair promises to be the highlight of the Sisterhood's functions. Elaborate plans are being set up by the general chairman. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, who will be assisted by Mrs. Harry Ohphant, president of the Sisterhood, and a select committee of co-workers. The entire Talmud Torah buildHIAS BETH SHOLOM CENTER Mrs. Morris Perell will be hostess at a lawn card party at her home, 4484 Royal Palm Avenue,. Miami Beach, at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday, March 9, for the benefit of. the Service Men's Club of Beth Sholom Center. Refreshments will be served., The Sisterhood of Beth Sholom Center will hold a regular meeting at 8 p. m. on Tuesday in the : Ellis Room. The board of directors of the center will meet at 8 p. m. Wednesday in the directors' room. SPINOZA FORUM Samuel J. Rodman, for many years Moscow correspondent of the London Daily Chronicle, will address the Spinoza Forum Saturday afternoon, 3:30 p. m., under the canopy on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street, between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. "Why Russia Is Winning the War" will be the topic of Mr. Rodman's lecture. Wednesday evening, 7:45 o'clock. Dr. Morris Scheer will continue his series of lectures. "Change of Life" will be the topic for this coming Wednesday evening. The Hias tourist banquet, an annual feature of the winter season of Miami Beach, will this year be held at the auditorium • if the Workmen's Circle. 25 Washington Avenue, instead of the Victor Hotel as heretofore on next Sunday, the 7th. at 6:30. The change of place is due to war conditions. The affair will be conducted as in previous years excepting that this year it will be highlighted by the presence of one of the principal officials of the Now York administration, Albert Rosenblatt, national vice; president. Dr. Jacob Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel of Miami, will preside. Among the principal speakers will be Rabbi Colman Zwitman, Max Shapiro and Moses Mescheloff. Dr. Alexander Macdoni, well-known Yiddish critic, will be the lay speaker. An interesting musical program has been prepared. Vocal selections will be rendered by Cantors Mamches and Heyman and the popular folk song vocalist, Bereli. Miss Adler will accompany on the piano. The local arrangements committee is headed by Joseph L. Tepper as chairman. RUSSIAN WAR RELIEF Russian war, relief combined knitting groups are sponsoring a series of book reviews by Mrs. I M Weinstein the second Wednesday of every month, the first to be held Wednesday, March 10. at 3 p. m. at the Florida Power and Light Sunshine Room in the Ingraham Building, 25 S. E. Second Avenue. Mrs. Weinstein, in her inimitable way, will review Emil Lei.gyel s newest book, "Siberia." The admission will be a package of cigarettes or razor blades, toothpaste, writing paper, towels, etc., badly needed by the Russians. Attractively designed tags will be furnished the donors to place on their packages. LADIES AUXILIARY IEWISH WAR VETS HADASSAH MRS. ISIDOR COHEN Miami Chapter Senior Hadassah will meet Monday, March 8, at Kaplan Hall in Temple Israel. Board members will meet at 11 a. m. and the general session will begin at 2 p. m. Mrs. Milton Sirkin will preside during the business session and will announce the nominating committee which will present the slate of officers for the coming year. Mrs. Max Dobrin, political chairman, will report on Zionist political activities, and Mrs. Murray Grossman will speak on "The Festival of Purim—the Birthday of Hadassah." The organization, founded 31 years ago. takes its name from the heroine of the Purim story, Queen Esther. Visiting members are invited to attend. BETH IACOB CONGREGATION The Jewish War Veterans' Auxiliary, Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, represented by a committee of Jane Goldman, Minnie Kline, Betty Levi and Ana Brooks, Friday,presented the patients of the Nautilus Government Hospital, Miami Beach. with packages of stationery, razor blades, pencils, cards, checkers and magazines for their recreational hall. The primary work of this organization is to take care of veterans and service men. Installation of the new members will take place at Beth David Talmud Torah Monday, March 8. Wives, mothers, sisters and daughters of those in the armed forces at present are immediately eligible for membership. Further information may be obtained from Mrs. Minnie Kline, 2-1025. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sisterhood sponsored a successful mah jongg and card party last Sunday at the Y. M. H. A. Mrs. A. I. Orlansky. Mrs. Joe Zalis and Mrs. Pearl Redmond were hostesses. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST ing is being devoted to entertainment of the most unusual nature for young and old. On the committee are Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie, Mrs. Becky Silberstein, Mary Silberstein. Mrs. Charles Goldstein, Mrs. Max Weinberger and Mrs. Harry Oiphant. A special decoration committee is busily engaged in transforming the auditorium into a night club setting. The advance sale of tickets is so brisk that a complete sell-out is expected, Mrs. Louis Margulies, chairman of the ticket committee, reports. An elaborate floor show will be presented by Miami's outstanding professional talent under the direction of Sidney H. Palmer, who will act as master of ceremonies. Headliners from Miami's leading night clubs will take part. Phone the Beth David office for reservations. Rabbi Moses Meschloff spoke on "Purim and Hitler" at a meeting of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood this week when the organization presented the synagogue with books and additional funds for further purchase for use during services. The Sisterhood is assisting in the efforts of the Congregational Purim Carnival to be held March 21. Don't forget to attend the Federation brunch at the Frolics Club Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at 13th Street and the Causeway. Palestine needs many thousands of dollars for Jewish aid. You can help by donating liberally to the Federation Fund. Buy Stamps and Bonds. Miami Beach Zionist District having passed its goal of 200 members, has embarked on the program of securing an additional 100 during the coming month. The board of directors and entire membership have been enlisted to contribute their support to this project and a general membership meeting will be dedicated to this purpose. Shepard Broad, president, stated "It is felt that the time is at hand for strengthening the arms i of Zionist leaders in a most practical way. A homeland for the i homeless is being made just a little more real by the addition of many hundred active Zionists throughout the country. It is felt that now is the time for every Zionist to take his personal i share in' his task." Samuel S. Kirshbaum, 500 15th Street, Miami Beacch, is secretary of the Miami Beach District. for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In IIAVIIE PEIMftAL Or MIAMI A SAVINGS IMSTITUTIOH Which has never paid lass than 3% on insured savings. RESOURCES OVER S6.000.000 J. M. LIPTOIf. Pr.sid.nt 4S NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here TOWER THEATRE W. ITH ST. AT 15th AVE. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fri. and Matinee Only Sat. Mar. 5-6 RITZ BROS. at Their Diziiest in ''Behind The Eight Ball WITH SONNY DUNHAM'S BAND CAROLE BRUCE e • Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. thru Tuee. Mar. 6-9 HENRY FONDA MAUREEN O'HARA IN << Immortal Sergeant" WITH THOMAS MITCHELL ALLYN JOSLYN REGINALD GARDNER



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FRIDAY. MARCH S. 1943 +Jewlsti fib rid ton """ % % % % % %  % % % % % % % %  nimnTH PAGE THREE SOCIAL ITEMS AND I K BOTH NAMED PERSONALS WEDDINGS' Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Markowitz, formerly of this city, announce the marriage of their son, Lieut. Myron M. Markowitz, to Rita Louise Schibel of Virginia, Minn., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Schibel. Lieutenant Markowitz recently was commissioned at Fort Benning. Ga. He attended the Miami schools and graduated from Miami High School. He also attended Florida State College at Gainesville. Miss Schibel is a graduate of Southern California University and taught school in Virginia, Minn. Lieutenant Markowitz will be stationed at Richmond. Va., where he will continue his schooling at Camp Lee. Marriage took place Feb. 18 at 6 p. m. at Virginia, Minn. *' ,L --...—i BBMH warn assi MI ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vangilder 128 East Palm Drive, Lakeland, announce the engagement of their daughter, Evelyn, to First Lieut. Wilfred W. Wolfson, son of Mr and Mrs. Cy Wolfson of 716 South Success Avenue. The VanK>'ders are former Miamians. Miss Vangilder was graduated from Hillsborough High School PIONEER WOMEN ORGANIZATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Letaw are announcing the birth of a daughter at Jacksonville Memorial Hospital. CEREMONIALS Tuesday afternoon, at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Rabbi S. M. Macheti officiated at the Brth Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Schatz, 1750 N. W. 46th Street. Mrs. Kthel Shochet returned to the city this week after an extended seven months' visit in the North. Rev. and Mrs. Kalman Shapiro, parents of Rabbi Shapiro, after a stay of six weeks, are leaving Sunday morning for New York. While in Miami Rev. Shapiro addressed the Beth David Congregation several times. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Bertman, 2445 Flamingo Place, left Tuesday for Chicago to visit their son. Lieut. Lloyd Bertman. who is there on a short furlough. Mr. Bertman is expected to return early next week. Mrs. Jean Becker has been visiting her sister. Mrs. Ida Bernstein of 1610 N, W. 34th Street. She left here to join her husband. George Becker, a naval officer stationed in California. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rosenbloom and son, Neil, of the Stuart Lloyds, Inc., New York City. were visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein of Miami Beach. They stopped at the Hamilton Hotel. Jack Seitlin was elected secretary of the junior class of Loyola University, New Orleans, where he is majoring in denistry He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Henry Seitlin of this city. Edward Rosenthal of Riverside Memorial Chapel arrived Sunday for a week's stay. Maurice Cromer left this week for a two-week combined business and pleasure trip to New York. Arriving for several weeks' :>tay and completing a family reunion on Tuesday's Silver Meteor were Mrs. Nathan Hockman and daughter, Brenda, of Jersey City, N. J.; Mrs. Arthur Bernstein and daughter, Myra Susan of Brooklyn, and Mrs. Louis F. Foster and son, Samuel of Manchester. Conn They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brenner, with whom they will stay. They will be entertained during their stay b V relatives and friends. Morris Binder and daughter, Mrs. William Blumenkrantz. returned to the city after spending sometime in Virginia. Mrs. Milton Schlesinger is here with her daughter, Merle Joan, and son. Harvey, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fair. She is the former Irene Farr. Her husband. Milton, will join her soon for a short stay. EVELYN VANGILDER in Tampa and Webb's Business College in Lakeland. She is at present employed by the Salvation Army. Lieutenant Wolfson was graduated from Lakeland High School ?." d l h ? co| lege of pharmacy of I the University of Florida, where ne received his commission He was former asistant manager of Liggett Drug Company in Lakeland, and is now serving in the armed forces in the southwest Pacific area. Bcth David Saturday mornin 8 Murray, the son of Capt. and Mrs. Albert S. Dubbin, and Edmund, the son of Mr. and Mrs Maurice Nadich. will become Bar Mitzvah. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Treister announced the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Kenneth, Saturday with services at Temple at 11 a m Reception will follow. Mr. and Mrs. H. Shear will celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Murray Dan, at services at Congregation Schaarei Zedek Saturday morning. city and state, has served in several major positions in various organizations of diversified endeavors. He was one of the organizers of the Frieda Markowitz Jewish War Veterans' Post and served as its commander, doing the same job for the State Veterans' Organization. He was instrumental, together with others in bringing to Miami, severai years ago, the National Jewish War Veterans' Convention, securing much publicity for the city, throughout the country. He is a productive B'nai B'nth member, serving on its Americanization and War Service Committee and presently leading in the organization's 100th anniversary membership drive, personally securing 25 members. Mr. Roth, in accepting the appointment, stated: "I realize the importance | of undertaking this gigantic task and its immensity. Details are innumerable and endless. Gathering the statistical information will require many hours of arduous labor and yet I feel privileged to be one of those participating in this important and necessary requisite of the Jewish people. It is important that we have the facts and numbers of Jewish boys in service and the part they are playing in this World War II. I want the people of Greater Miami to realize it is not a one-man job. It would be impossible to accomplish this personally. I must have the wholehearted and active cooperation of the entire community. I ask parents, children, relatives and friends of our boys in service to please give us the necessary information." Mr. Roth is using as his main source of information the medium of the Jewish Floridian, which will contain weekly a full page of activity devoted to the service men and will contain a coupon which, when filled out, will furnish the Permanent War Record Division of the Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee with the necessary information. Other members serving on this committee are Maurice Grossman, Nat Rothberg. Fred K. Shochet, Mrs. George Cohen and Jennie H. Rotfort. Additional members will be added from time to time. The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami for Palestine will have their fourth annual donor dinner, jointly with i all groups, April 4 at the Beth David Talmud Torah. A card party will be held at the home of Mrs. Henry Seitlin, 418 N. W. Fifth Street, Wednesday, March 10, at 2 o'clock. BEACH COM. CENTER Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold its annual membership meeting Wednesday, March 10. Election of officers and board of directors for the ensuing year will take place. AUTHORITIES IN NORWAY SEEK JEWISH EXPULSION Stockholm (WNS)—The Nazi authorities in Norway have almost completed the expulsion of the country's 2,000 Jews, it was reported this week, and measures have been taken to prevent the remaining few score from leaving. Dispatches reaching here said a boatload of 120 Jews had been transported from Oslo to an undisclosed point in Germany after having been taken from the Grini concentration camp, where they had been held for two months. | At the same time, it was reported that the Nazi police had instructed Norwegian hospitals not to permit departure of any Jewish patients without special police permission in each case. Reason for the action was not learned, but it was believed the Nazis were acting in accordance with their policy of holding a small number of Jews to be used as a scapegoat for any anti-Nazi outbreaks in the German-occupied country. Hospitals were told to verify the "J" stamps on Jewish identity cards. [ IS ELECTED TO TWO OFFICES AT BANK MEETING Benjamin N. Kane of Providence, R. I., has assumed a major interest in the Mercantile National Bank, it was announced this week by Judson L. Owen, president of the bank. Kane was elected a director and vice-president at a special meeting of stockholders and will take an active part in the bank's affairs, he said. Kane is founder and president of Interstate Home Equipment BENJAMIN N. KANE M. FRIEDMAN Practical Hebrew Teacher B20 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach PHONE 5-9026 Beginner, to Talmud Individual Inatruction Special Attention to Bar Mitzvaha PALMER 1'llllf-r.aJ I li.-i|><-l SO0I 'M. HAftlll ST. •ESS"" 9-2664 WARNS LITHUANIANS NOT TO AID JEWISH PERSECUTION Lisbon (WNS) — Denouncing the Nazis as "murderers of Jews and persecutors of Poles," the Most Rv. Josph Skvireckas. Archbishop of Nazi-occupied Lithuania, warned the Lithuanian people not to co-operate in the Nazi anti-Jewish extermination program and called upon Lithuanian officials "not to commit the sin of lending a hand to the German atrocities," according to information received here from Stockholm this week. Speaking in the name of the Church, the Archbishop was quoted as saying: "I condemn the hands of those who continue to share in the murdering of Jews, persecution of Poles and peoples of Polish origin. I con' demn those who expel these people from their homes and who deport them. Lithuanian officials must realize that such activities are not a part of their duties." DON'T TALK About troops: Location, except for troops in training and on police duty. Where, when, or how troop movements will be made. Characteristics and limitations of equipment or weapons. Concentration or special training of units. LEGAL NOTICES Nolle* IT he.rebr ITH that th underl;ned. JUIJCS I'BAHI.MAN. doing BUSUMM aa Jal Realty Co.. Inland* to i .-K i.-i*i aalcl fictitious name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Ded* County. Florida*. /l.-M_./.-l. J iV'^ *"" Company of Providence, which operates 33 branches in 15 states. He is also a substantial investor in Miami Beach. His holdings there include the Belmar Hotel, 26th Street and the ocean. He has served three terms on the Providence City Council. For the last 20 years he has been a member of the board of trustees of the Miriam Hospital. Providence. Two additional directors added to the board of the bank were Alexander Orr, Jr., and Harold Kassewitz. Other directors are Samuel Blank. George Goldberg. George LaVigne. Marcie Liberman. George A Price and Owen. Other bank officers are Edward Mercer, vice-president and cashier: S. W. Curry, D. B Hudson and R W. Pollard, assistant cashiers. I WANT MY MILK WSi And Be Sura It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product" Dncro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 1200 N. W. 32nd Street "043 THE GA ROC M OF MEMORIES mowiT Itf BO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES Wt Flaqler Str*t at 53rd Avanua ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI IN JUDGING A CEMETERY ASK THESE QUESTIONS: How Convenient Is It? 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PAGE FOUR •Jewish tkrtdtori FRIDAY. MARCH 5. I43 wjewisti IFiondlKain PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES W. SECOND AVENUE Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor II S P. O. BOX 2973 .tared as Second Class Matter July 4. I30. at the Post Office ef Miami, Florida, under the Act af March 3, IMt SUBSCRIPTION PHONE 2-1141 One Year, 2.00 SjxJIcfltM^LOO MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1943 ADAR 1, 28, 5703 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 10 THE DARK DECADE The free world has adopted the slogan oi the "Dark Decade," but only the Jews know its full and bitter meaning. The 10 years of Hiderism which have just come to an end constituted an era of tragedy and misery unparalleled in modern history. A recital of the outrageous crimes committed against the Jewish people would mount to a crescendo of horror for which neither emotion nor language could find adequate expression. The tenth anniversary of Hitler's coming to power would indeed be a black day, filled with apprehensions of even more terribble things to come, were it not for the heartening fact that this blood-stained page on the calendar coincides with momentous events on the world's great battlefields which have brought a turning point in the war. Looking back upon those years overflowing with unending sorrow, few of us can resist the sense of bereavement at the staggering losses in human life which our Jewish people suffered since Jan. 30, 1933. The United Nations and our own state department have verified the fact that 2,000,000 Jews have died or been killed as a result of Nazi oppression. That is indeed cause for profound grief and lamentation. But we should find some solace in the fact that during that decade of doom American Jews devoted themselves generously to large-scale rescue action which directly saved many hundreds of thousands from a similar fate. Perhaps a million Jews were saved from the Nazi death mahine as a result of the relief, resettlement and rehabilitation efforts carried on by the work oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation through the medium of the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and the National Refugee Service. In the field of immigration alone these agencies have achieved a notable record. A total of 125,000 found a haven in Latin America. During the past four years, since the establishment of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine, the American Jews have gone forward with a u n i f ied fund-raising effort unprecedented in the history of our country. When crisis after crisis plunged large numbers of Jews into desperate circumstances, it was the Jews of the United States who provided the urgently needed help. When Hitler began his destructive march of conquest and country after country was swallowed up by the Nazi war machine, the channels of rescue and emigration were kept open by these agencies with funds which American Jews contributed. Throughout the pre-war period and during three and a half years of war, American Jews maintained programs of overseas relief and rehabilitation, Palestine settlement and upbuilding and refugee aid in the United States as a great moral and material bulwark for the survival of Jews under fire in many parts of the world. On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of Hitlensm, the Jewish community of the United States may well take satisfaction in the manner in which it strove to snatch a maximum number of Jews from the Nazi holocaust. Now that the turning point has been reached in the war against Hitlerism. American Jewry will occupy a role of increasing importance in rebuilding of the Jews liberated by the Allied armies. However great the devotion and service of the Jews of the United States during the decade sf destruction, they must now dedicate themselves to an even greater measure of sacrifice and concerted effort in the years of reconstruction that lie ahead. SGT. MEYER LEVTN Sgt. Meyer Levin, the 26-year-old Jewish lad from Brooklyn, N. Y., who, with Capt. Colin Kelly, sank the Japanese battleship Haruna three days after the day of infamy at Pearl Harbor, has been killed in action. America's ace bombardier met his death unflinchingly on Jan. 7—about 13 months after his comrade, Captain Kelly, lost his life in the daring and successful attempt to send the Haruna to the bottom of the Pacific. Coptain Kelly and Sergeant Levin were America's first outstanding war heroes. There have been many others, and there will be many more before this war to smash Nazism, Fascism and Japanism is over. The names of Kelly and Levin will five forever in the hearts and minds of the American people. To Americans, they were much more than brave fighters who gave their lives to pre serve their country; they represented the fighting spirit and close understanding of the American people at war. Sergeant Levin did more than sink a Japanese battleship and an enemy cargo vessel; he helped to buid a feeling of unity and friendship which Axis-paid agitators will find impossible to tear asunder. It is the Kellys and Levins, fighting side by cide on every battle front of the world, who will bring to America a great and lasting victory over its enemies. We can best pay our everlasting debt of gratitude to these great Americans by dedicating ourselves to the ideals and principles for which they fought Their death must not be in vain. and died. -TTDMTS FROM EVERYWHEREMtidfy &Htgide*dial -By PHINEAS I. MRONYOU SHOULD KNOW ... Father Couglhi> will beJjg ov.i: th.jur •**£• J"*^ t^^TtS becarrieoTy leT.taUons? located moatly in Mexico lin's hierarchic superiors axe Silliest suggestion H J^J^oii^t o wear sleevebands bearing tha latter N—in analogy pied Europe methods against any one Since when are wa supposed to adopt Hitler's even hia followers? ... Dr. Preston BrtdTy" thV Chicago clergyman who is unquastionably th. mo ==5J radio broadcaster in tha Midwestern area, has come out uncertain term, against th. huah-hu.h policy_ofa certain of Jewish leadership ... In a recant broadcast ha warned from the "Y." Sessions will commence immediately. Presents Dancing Recital On Sunday afternoon, March 28, at 4 o'clock, the dancing, crafts and dramatics classes will demonstrate their accomplishments at the Y. M. H. A. building. Mrs. Blanche Meyers, dancing instructor, has been rehearsing with the children for that Silent Movies To Be Shown ] afternoon. They will wear cosOn Wednesday evening, March' tumes ana will give a demonY. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ in succeeding 10, at 8:30 o'clock, there will take place at the "Y" a combined general meeting of the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. C. A. A short business session will open the meeting, after which silent old-time movies will be shown, featuring Charlie Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Ben Turpin and Fatty Arbuckle. We have had many requests for this type of entertainment and the general public ip invited, men and women, to come here. There is no admission charge. Remember the date, Wednesday, March 10. To Use Facilities At a meeting of the board of directors of the Y. M. H. A. last Sunday morning, permission was granted to the Jewish Education Association to conduct a Hebrew School in the Y" gymnesium five days a week, Monday through Friday, fr>m 4 to 6 o'clock. A committee composed of Messrs. Louis Heiman, Isaac Levin and Harry Simonhoff, made an official request stiation of the f^a'ures that they have learned at the "Y." Miss Dorothy Lightman will present her dramatics group in a one-act comedy. Shewill also have on exhibition the mi.tc-rials made by the children at the "Y" in the arts and crafts classes. The public is invited. More details columns. Adds New War Project The Y. W. H. A., always mindful of furthering its war efforts, has opened an American Red Cross sewing workroom at its club rooms at 1567 S. W. Fifth Street, Miami. The sewing of men's, women's and children's garments will be done by volunteer workers on Monday and Wednesday of each week from various dancing 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Workers may start at any time during these designated days and stay for any period Credit of hours toward Red Cross pins will be given for this voluntary service. Mrs Louis Kotkin, chairman of this TwfJiV? w C ng assistf> d by Mrs. David Kleber as production supervisor. The public is asked to please cooperate in this worthy WHEN DEATH OCCURS PHONE 5-7777 RIVERSIDE ^^ THE FINEST IN FUNERAL SERVICE JEWISH PALESTINE PART OF GOAL. SENATOR DECLARES Pittsburgh (WNS)-The United Nations are fighting not only to I preserve freedom, but to extend it, and in this extension of freedom Jewish Palestine must ocXn"w P TM PlaC Sonator Alben W Barkley declared at a Land of Freedom" dinner held here under the auspices of the TK W 'u Nat onal Fund Council at the Hotel Penn in the presence of 850 Pittsburgh Jews and c,v leaders. popular in no hTlargraudlancV(hat K Hiu;r^m" W come to prevail even without Hitler unless domestic Fascism Is fought openly. GRAPEVINE TENDRILS Germany's black market, through which well-to-do Nails can buy all the luxuries—and even necessities—that are denied the rest of Europe's people. Is strictly a family affair, tha^operators of that black market being Nasi soldiers who managed to bring home loot from the occupied countries Could itbe possiblei that the J. H. Carp, whom the Gestapo just appointed chieftain of all cultural activities in The Netherlands, is identical with the famous Spinoia scholar—who. we believe, is non Aryan? READER'S GUIDE ... ReTiewers will have a hard time classifying Maurice Samuel's new book. "The World of Sholom Aleichem" ... It s neither anthology nor biography, but a most individualistic volume, written with typical Samuelesque brillance. revealing a world heretofore unknown to practically all American readers We hope ex-Ambassador Joseph E. Davies doesn't mind our pointing out a minor error we just caught in his "Mission to Moscow." which we have just reread in the new 1943 Pocket Book edition ... We herewith inform Mr. Davies that Mrs. Maxim Litvinov is not the sister of his old friend. Sir Sidney Low of London, but the niece of the late editor and historian JEWISH HISTORIANS OF THE FUTURE WILL APPRECIATE THE WORK BEING DONE BY SAUL HAYES, DIRECTOR OF THE CANADIAN JEWISH CONGRESS. WHO IS KEEPING A COMPLETE FILE ON THE 10.000 CANADIAN JEWS IN THE ARMED SERVICES OF THEIR COUNTRY AND OF OTHERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS HAYES' RECORDS INCLUDE NOT MERELY THE NAMES, RANKS, ETC., OF THOSE FIGHTING JEWS, BUT ALSO PHOTOGRAPHS. CLIPPINGS. LETTERS AND OTHER DOCUMENTS WHEREVER THESE ARE AVAILABLE. WE'RE TELLING YOU Launched at Baltimore last week was the S.S. Louis D. Brandeis, a 10.000-ton Liberty ship across whose prow the champagne bottle was broken by Susan Brandeis Gilbert, daughter of the late Supreme Court Justice Other Liberty ships may shortly be named after Judah P. Benjamin. Secretary of War Jefferson Davis and Haym Solomon, the Revolutionary patriot.. %  The memory of bombardier Sergeant Meyer Levin, you oughV to know, will be kept alive by a bomber plane to be built with funds raised by the Amalgamated Clothing Workers' Union, of which the Pacific hero's father is a member The plane will be called the Kelly-Levin Bomber, and that combination of Irish and Jewish, like the original combination of Colin Kelly and Meyer Levin, will soon be putting the Japs in their place Don't be confused, incidentally, if you continue reading about heroic exploits by one Sergeant Meyer Levin in the air, but over Europe For there's a Sergeant Meyer Levin—no relation to the hero we have lost—who has already received the Order of the Purple Heart for gallantry in action in a Flying Fortress in the European war theater. THIS AND THAT .. Harry Hershfield writes in to advise us that our recent complaint about the radio program. "Can You Top This?", featuring too many Jewish jokes no longer is justified, as the program has now been revamped We listened in the other night, and are glad to report that Harry has done a swell job, and the program is not only completely delightful but lots funnier than before %  Cincinnatians will have the opportunity this week-end to hear a performance, by their own symphony orchestra, of a tone poem, entitled, "The Last Knight," composed by Mrs. Meyer (bandleader) Davis Charlie Spivak, the trumpeter and bandleader, has just signed a contract to record with RCA Victor, and is proud indeed of that distinction But he's prouder still of his son. seven-year-old Joel, who recently devised a melody which has been published under the title. "Hop, Skip and Jump." and for which the youngster is now receiving royalty checks Larry Adler. hoarder of spare harmonicas—which he can't replace, since somehow or other satisfactory instruments all come from Germany—has been deposited in a bank vault, and he's hoping and praying that the spares will last him till the day ol victory will enable him to replenish his supply of those shortlived gadgets. ABOUT PEOPLE .. Our deepest sympathy to E. D. Swann. one of the head executives of the Cone. Belding advertising agency, whose wise, the singer Tamaxa. was one of the passengers in the recent clipper crash at Lisbon Swann. one of the most brilliant men in his profession, is deeply interested In the furtherance of ChristianJewish relations Now it can be told that it was a patriotic desire to conserve gasoline that brought on Paul Muni's recent attack of sciatica Living eight miles from the nearest railroad station, and faced with the necessity of coming into town V!!n. Tf ek .d JT ,*• P la T hi part in "Counsellor-at-Law," commuter Mum decided to use, instead of his car, a small motordriven scooter that burns much less gas And it was the Long }££Zt b > F ee,e ? P lavin S on the players exposed extremities that caused the sciatica From Hollywood comes the news that a songstress Dinah Shores latest escort is Catain Marvin Schachter. ^M^r. v ,aw licX lot l in Guadalcanal ... And Pearl Harbor tri£# K S L h V avy -" Artle Shaw who "<1 to belong to the tribe of bandleaders, u now stationed there. NOW READY TO SERVE YOUR TIRE NEEDS LET US RECAP YOUR TIRES DIXIEJJ.RE Q



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FRIDAY. MARCH 5. 1943 *UMifl Jhrnaam ^* 00**mm*** m0 m* mm*mm*m*m m m mm / RELIGIOUS flliMOUH C E M E M T S l PAGE PWE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID BEACH JEWISH CENTER 139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi LOUIS HATMAN. Cantor Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Max Shapiro: "Call an Assembly." Cantor Louis Hayman. Beth David boys' and girls' choir. Liturgical selections. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services: Rev. Kalman Shapiro, father of Rabbi Max Shapiro, will be guest speaker. Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Scudos, 5:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wuh. AT*. A Ird St., Miami Beaea MOOTS MESCHMLOPF. Rabbi MAURICH MAMCHB8. Canter Friday, 8:15 p. m.. A. Louis Mechlowitz, Miami attorney, guest speaker: "A Civilian Looks at Life." M. B. Frank, president, in charge. Cantor Maurice Manches. Community singing. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Services: Rabbi Mescheloff: "Gathering Strength." Early Sabbath service 7:30 a. m.: "What Is Kahal?" Sabbath afternoon, Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion of the Week." Service men's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schafron. Adult classes—Talmud daily 5 te 6 p. m., S. Freedman conducttog. "Legends erf the Talmud" course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi Mescheloff, week days 6:30 to 7 p. m. Bible study period, H. Goldin, I to 9 a. m. Saturdays. All classes in synagogue building, open to public. Daily services: Morning and evening. 141R Euclid Avenue. Miami Heach ABRAHAM D. WOLF. Cantor Friday, 8 p. m.: Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, guest speaker: "After the War, Peace." Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and the Center choir will conduct the musical selections. Saturday, 9 a. m. services— Oneg Shabat, 6 p. m. Daily services: Morning and evening. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 7(1 41at Street, Miami Beach 8. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m.—Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Meet My God." Hostesses, social period: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schoenfeld, host Kiddush occasion: Naming grandchild, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ruben. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Service. Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "God Is Not Rationed." Kiddush. Adult classes—Jewish Science, Sunday, 11 a. m.. Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Practical Religion." Daily services morning and evening. TEMPLE ISRAEL 1ST It. B. 19th St., Miami RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. Rabbi aknerltus Friday, 8:15 p. m.-—Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: "Are We On God's Side?" Reception to follow. Saturday, 11:00 a. m.—Services, Rabbi CoJman A. Zwitman officiating. SCHAAREI ZEDEK 1541 S. W. Third Street. Miami SIMON APRIL. Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m.—Rabbi Simon April, conducting; Rabbi Louis J. Swiskow, guest speaker. Saturday, 9:00 a. m.—Services, Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion af the Week." Shalosh Sudas *45 p. M. Daily services morning and evening. ALCOHOLISM NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS Scientifically Treated MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION Institute of Neurology N. MIAMI AVE. at 79th St MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX • s W. 17th Avenue. Miami JOSEPH E. RACKOV8KY, Rabbi LBWIS OREEN. SEXTON Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. m.; Saturday 9:00 a. m. and 6:00 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conducting in dual capacities as rabbi and cantor, Friday evening and Saturday morning, sermonizing: "The Portion of the Week." Shalosh S'oodoss. 5:45 p. m. Adult classes: Daily Mishnais, 6-7 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, conducting. OBITUARIES Funeral services were conducted at 3 p. m. on Monday in the Riverside Memorial Chapel fOr Samuel Solomon, who died' Sunday at his home, 930 10th Street, Miami Beach. Rabbi S.' M. Machtei of Beth Sholom Center officiated and the body was sent to Tampa for burial. A building contractor, Solomon came here 22 years ago from Tampa. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Bertha Solomon; a daughter, Miss Joan Solomon, both of Miami Beach, and a son, Donald Solomon, U. S. Army. *M^m B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By PAUL WEITZMAN fAMAAMAMAAMWWWWWMWWWMIMMWMWWWHtlMlMMWWMMMM^ UNVEnJNGS A monument was unveiled last Sunday afternoon at Mt. Nebo Cemetery over the grave of Michael "Mike" Friedman, former insurance man of Miami Rabbi S. M. Machtei of Beth Sholom center officiated in the presence of the immediate family and a number of friends. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM •35 N. W. Fifth Ave., Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos; Saturday 8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. TEMPLE EMANU-EL lltl South Andrews Avenue Ft. Lauderdale. F*la. Reform Synanofue ServingHollywood, Ft. Lauderdale and Broward Coonty SAMUEL. HALEVT BARON, Rabbi Sabbath services Friday g p. m. Reception by Sisterhood. Religious School, Sunday at 10 a. m. Sisterhood social, open to both men and women, for the benefit of the Red Cross War Fund. Monday at 8 p. m. Sisterhood night at the Fort Lauderdale Service Men's Center canteen, Wednesday from 6 to 11 p. m. E OF LODGE Success is assured in the special membership drive of Sholem Lodge commemorating the 100th anniversary of the founding of B'nai B'nth, according to Lt. (jg) E. Albert Pallot and Harold Turk, co-chairmen of the 100th Anniversary Membership Committee. The goal of at least 100 new members will be reached shortly, they said, as the committee has pledged their concentrated efforts to go over the top in the next few days. The latest report shows 73 new members obtained by the following: Nat Roth 21 Louis Heiman 12 Paul Sobel 5 Louis Gordon 4 Harold Turk 3 R. R. Adler 2 Joseph Socolof 2 Aaron Edelman Isaac Levin Walter Kovner Henry Bulbin Ernest Sussman REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Sales and Leases B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph.6-5868 Dr. Kurt Wellisch Ben Giller Alex S. Cohen l Samuel Getzug Milton Friedman William Friedman Harold Blicher ... S. B. Miller Al Pallot David Brown r I AMM MTAM BANK and TBUST CO. % % % % % %  ilt Nertheeet First Street' OLD SARATOGA INN Bijc.ivne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon i o.ht.ii! Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines TiKt BUS >< MOM OOftltTOWft MIAMI OR BUS M-Tl MOM MIAMI BIACH 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Morris Kronberg 1 Isador Cohen 1 Leo Ackerman 1 Sol S. Goldstrom 1 Maurice Cromer 1 George J. Bertman 1 Albert Green 1 Nat Blumberg l The new members who have joined since the publication of the previous lists include Jack Plotkin, Lawrence Friedman, Norman Bamberg, Edward Auerbach, Daniel Epstein, Harold Greenspan, Irving Klausman, Rubin Levin, David Nossek, Herman Slepian, Irwin Abram Durbin, Harry Silby, James J. Gilmore and Lt. Robert Lewin. The 100th anniversary membership class will be initiated at special ceremonies on Sunday night, March 28, at 8 o'clock at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th Street, when an outstanding speaker will be brought to Miami for the occasion. Shortly thereafter, the dinner will be held, to which will be invited, as guests of the lodge, each member of the 100th anniversary class, as well as the lodge members who procured the new applicants. Buy War Bonds and Staaaps and Insure Tour Tomorrow. Faced with the transportation problem, which is affecting every individual and organization, Sholem Lodge No. 1024, B'nai B'rith, is experimenting by calling its next meeting for Sunday afternoon, March 7, at 4 p. m., to be held at the Social Hall of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach. It is the expectation that members will find it more convenient and desirable to devote a few of the Sunday afternoon hours to the disposition of important lodge matters than to attend an evening meeting. A report will be given on AntiDefamation League activities by A. E. Bergland of the Chicago A. D. L. office, who is in charge of the Florida regional office pending the appointment of another regional director to succeed William I. Boxerman, erstwhile director. The report by Mr. Bergland is certain to be of vital interest in view of certain developments that have recently caused some concern. Entertainment will be provided by soldiers stationed at Miami Beach. While a definite program has not as yet been submitted, ihe diversified talents of our men in the armed, .forces have evoked much admiration and appreciation from their audiences, and members may anticipate being truly entertained. The meeting will close in time for members to keep their dinner appointments. Service Men's Duffel Bag Sholem Lodge will have a bottomless duffel bag, figuratively at each meeting, into which members are invited to drop cigarettes, candy and other delicacies, ?u pe rhaps sma11 practical things that will be appreciated by its members in the service This will afford the opportunity tor the lodge to remember its members in service with Rifts every so often. More important to the recipients than the contents of such packages will be the fact that lodge and brethren think of them—and remember them in a way that can be visualized. The creation of this duffel bag is by popular demand, and while members are asked to keep replenishing it meeting after meeting, it is not contemplated that expensive gifts be provided, but rather such things as may be welcomed by its members in service. Membership Campaign The membership campaign commemorating 100 years of service by B'nai B'rith is in its last lap. More than 70 members have already been proposed, and a scant 30 more applications will carry the drive over the top—the goal having been set at 100. Sholem Lodge is the richer for the campaign by the calibre of the men who have been admitted within its portals. Many expressions of appreciation upon being accepted into the organization have been received by the B'nai B'rith office, which is indeed gratifying. New blood will flow in the veins of B'nai B'rith, rejuvenating it to greater effort in all its projects, despite a present allhigh, all-out concentration of the organization's best efforts in al] undertakings, more especially those directly concerned with the war service. It is a good augury, especially in such turbulent times, to find men desirous, not only of affiliating with, but also working in the interests of, B'nai B'rith. And when it is taken into consideration that members receive no pecuniary benefits, it is the more remarkable. Too many individuals are so concerned about what they can get from an organization that they cannot see the trees for the forest. But those persons who recognize that service to the community, to • Jewry and to the country is more valuable than monetary returns to them, realize the merit of B'nai B'rith. Members are urged to make a last concerted effort to see their friends and get their applications for membership before the drive ends. The momentum already gained will be of aid to them. And while a dinner will be held at which new members and their proposers will be the guests of Sholem Lodge, this is not held out as an incentive to get members, rather it is intended that new members will orient themselves and get a closer perspective of the organization. The incentive is rather that proposers will have participated in providing an "anniversary class" of a proportion not hitherto witnessed, doing a service to thenfriends whom they will have introduced into a new circle, and to B'nai B'rith. L*^ iS the BEST' ALK A SELTZER offers fat relief for Hiaeerae. Staple Nearalaie. "Mi --— toe-After". CM DWr, .4 IadicesUea. yoar DrKiit — and M Ccata 3V\M*\ Get your daily quota of Vitamiae A aad D and BCecaplex by takinr ONEA-DAT (brand) Vltaaua Tablets. Economical. eonTcalcnt At your dnxt %  tors— Look for the Us 1 oa boa. ONE-11-DAY VITAMIN TARLCTS *s? 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PAGE SLX vJewistflvrkHan FRIDAY. MARCH 5. 1943 Bragglotti and Shaw, nationally known and famed piano team will appear hero under the auspices of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center on March 16 at the White Temple. Under the chairmanship of Ruth Brotman. a large prominent patron list has indicated their endorsement of the evening. Receiving ovation at all their appearances. Bragglotti and Shaw have received the acclaim of music critics throughout the country A critic of Cleveland, the city known for the excellent artists appearing th. re, stated with regard to this team Braggiotti and Shaw had audience of more than seven thousand in palmsof their four hands last Friday night when they appeared as soloists at one of our summer pop concerts. They played seven encores and applause subsided only when lights were turned out and pianos removed from stage. Predict great future for this new team." RECOMMENDED On .his page wiU R-£*EE&VJ55 ££Z £ average" firms and mdmduals.whose £*f JJ ^ liability and Dn>doWIy. ***j!i£L listed below or to fill any 5SSS—i^?7r B ackground wffl be placed at your disposaL Ask for B. R. Walzer. IIE YOUTH COUNCIL NOTED PIANIST TO APPEAR WITH LOCAL ORCHESTRA E N F I E LD'S CAMERA SHOP AND PORTRAIT STUDIO Corntf Washington Avenus PHONE 5-7111 409 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. DR. J. M. ROSENTHAL Ha* Reopened His Offices at 420 LINCOLN ROAD Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldfl. for the practice of dtseasea of tf> HEART and LUNGS For Appointment, Phone 6-2231 V PHONE ^N. % 2-3I5I W INSURANCE .V SEyBOLO tf i G*. BUILDING f our times, will appear as guest artist with the Miami Univer• sity Symphony Orchestra under PTflTTP DDMCL the direction of Modeste Alloo, SID M rnr.ll conductor, Sunday. March 7. at UinlLUlUlllUUL 4 45 p. m. The concert will be jheld at the Miami Senior High School There arc many Jewish Youth ji ( ls ., master pianist, one 'l organizations in Greater Miami ( | u great virtuosos of his generaand never has there been any ll( n in ,j s a musician whose effort made to co-ordinate the personality and life are interactivities of the various organiwoven with the musical struczations. The conditions which ,„,-,. ,,f tms country. His unfailface youth today are very diffiling interest in young orchestras, cult ones. The creation of anl cnamD er music societies, musical attitude of unity among our st .| 1(1(l!s an j colleges, his untirpcople cannot be successfully acj n o efforts to assist them by councomplished without breaking S( .j anc i „f encouraging by perdown the barriers between youth s ona | appearance, have endeared and the rest of the community | um to dm \ ma de him renowned which, in turn, have resulted j n tms fj,.|d. from a lack of organized opportunity for sharing in the community's responsibility. It is the purpose of the Jewish Youth Council to inculcate in the minds of our adults the fact that youth plays an essential part in the community We want the adults to feel that since i JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP Painting—Color Matching Seat CoTers Body and Fendsr Repairs 74 N. E. 30th 9t. Ph. 3-7681 MOVES TO ISOLATE JEWS: NATURE NOT INDICATED ALPERT'S RESTAURANT and DELICATESSEN Serving BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON DINNER FAMOUS FOR OUR SANDWICHES Ocean Drive at Biscavne St. MIAMI BEACH Dr. Frederick R. Frank Chiropractic Physician A COMPLETE HEALTH SERVICE Clinical and Diagnostic Sbr Laboratory X-Ray 1138 West Flagler Street 3-5961 Miami BOWL FOR HEALTH AND FUN PALACE BOWLING CENTER 2101 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8898 ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY GENTLE RIDING HORSES E. J. ALBERT *. SON 13576 N. E. Sth Avenue REASONABLE RATES KEEN SIGHT HAVE YOUR ETES EXAMINED DR. KEENE 221-2-3 Seybold Building Geneva iWNS)Taking another long stride along the road to complete Nazlfication, the German-controlled Vichy government has announced its inten-I the youth of today Will he the U(||| „, ,„„,.,,,, Fran(VS j,. ws leaders of tomorrow, that these youths shall be recognized as an "" %  announcement climaxed a integral part of the community, series of new anti-Jewish meas-1 Hence, the formation of the JewU*f? by the Vichy authorities ish Youth Council, which will wh ch '"c uded widening of the be a means of expressing the WtwewMh regulations to inviewpoint of the Jewish Youth c i u 9 e „ half-Jews and the arrest of Greater Miami and in this f : "" 1 Jews in Paris in a sweepway, we shall achieve a eon-1 m 8 ries of raid sistant and constructive relationship between youth and the genOral adult community While the Jewish Youth Council will have many projects, it is presently primarily concerned with the campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. TO SAVE JEWS IT i. y. PALMER *uni'r;it Chapel %  %CJ Wv ~'jkc.: t ST. .M'L.ANC* A OCC/I S£RV!Cd 3-Cu04 PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE.-226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative B'nai B'rith Lodge held a war bond auction at the Mayflower Hotel Tuesday night. Mayor James M. Owens of Palm Beach and Sholem Asch. author, attended. Odell Kominers. son of Mr and Mrs. Abe Kominers. is leaving for Camp Blanding next Wednesday. Mrs. Rose Schechter )i .t'22 Sheepshead Court is visiting her sister. Mrs. Schoeoff of South Dixie Avenue. Pvt. Henry Goldstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. L Goldstein arrived from Rice, Calif., last Saturday to spend a 10-day furlough here. Beth El Sisterhood held a party Thursday night at Shi; Memorial Hall with Mrs A Bergman, hostess. nated lands for the release of Jewish victims of the Hitler terror and their evacuation to countries of refuge to be named by the Allied nations. The demonstration demanded also that the United States rejlax its immigration laws to permit additional Jewish refugees I to find sanctuary on our shores, and called upon England to open I the doors of Palestine to the thousands of persecuted Jews. New York (INS)—An 11-point The meeting, was sponsored by resolution calling upon the United the American Jewish Congress. States and other United Nations!the C. I. O. and A. F. L.. the to take immediate action to rescue'Church Peace Union and the Fretas many as possible of the 5.000.\ World Association. 000 Jews facing certain death in Nazi-occupied Europe was adopted at a "Stop Hitler Now" protest demonstration which drew more than 50.000 Christians and Jews to Madison Square Garden here More than 21.000 persons crowded into every inch of space 1 in the Garden and an equal num' ber stood in the street outside throughout the meeting—one of the largest demonstrations ever ; h eld in New York. Loudspeakers and amplifiers brought the speeches to the throngs in the streets. Thousands of others had j to be turned away by the police. The adopted resolution, which was forwarded to President Roosevelt, urged the United Nations to negotiate through neutral countries with Nazi-domiARt YOU DtAfMD The Dw EHeetrenis Raeioter just releases' •ffers new hesnng brilliance, new style*, sew beauty, new cemfert, sew service features. SEE and HEAR the entirely new and different RADIOEAR at our effice. RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Cengress Bldg., Miami Fla. PHONE 3-210* For the Best in Dairy Products ALFAR CREAMERY CO WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES %  Cl -. Serving Pslm Beach County, featuring the V'-. | j LS<**>yg_ Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro%  < %  fAU ducts and Ice Cream. tW MILK • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Bigg M t Because Best According to the best authorities, the mini-, mum daily A, D and B Complex Vitamin requirements of the aver-t age person are: • A 4.000 USP Units, D 400 USP Units, Bl 33* USP Units, B2 2.00(J MirroRi-ams, and approximately 10,000 Mlcrograms Nlcounamlde. The required amounts foS other B Complex Vitamins have not yet been established. Many people do not get enough of these essential Vitamins. DO YOU?; Why not play safe by taking ONE-A-DAY BRA ND J u VITAMIN TABLETS! Each ONE-A-DAY V.tamin A ancf D tablet contains 25"o more of the cod liver oil vitamins than the minimum daily recommended quantity' Each ONE-A-DAY Vitamin fc Complex Tablet contains full minimum daily requirements of Vitamins Bl and B2 and 10.000 Micrograms of Nicotinamide together with a substantial amount of other B Vitamins. When you buy Vitamins, compare potencies and prices. Note how ON EA DAY Tablets conform to average human requirements howreasonable the cost. •Get them at your drug store. The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offites— DR. JOSEPH B. MAKGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFTICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. Suite 301 MIAMI BEACH Fer the Practice of General Dentistry the See



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FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1943 +Jenlsti fhrMlari PAGE SEVEN WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET NAT ROTHBERG MRS. GEO. M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT GREATER mmmi nRmv MID nnuv commiiTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD r\ SERVICE ^ j\ ^ r\ ^ PARADE! A COMMUNITY PROJECT "Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services" OFFICERS SAM BLANK, Chairman MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chr. JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mrs. Walter Bronston Mrs. Max Dobrin Maurice Grossman Louis Heiman Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Morris Klass Mrs. Murry Koran Harry Markowitz Nat Roth Milton Sirlcin Joseph Stein Mrs. Herbert Wallach Carl Weinkle ABOUT OUR BOYS HAROLD WELLBAUM Jr.. who recently earned his commission as second lieutenant in the anti-aircraft branch of the army, has reported for duty at Camp Chilian, Cal., after spending a few days with his family. He is the son of Harold Wellbaum, 1775 S. W. I4th Avenue. Lieutenant Wellbaum was a sergeant when he was appointed to officer candidate school at Camp Davis, PFC. RICHARD EHRLICH. son of Mrs. Paula Ehrlich of 1283 N. W. 42nd Street, quit Andrew Jackson Senior High School to enter the army after taking A. N. Y. A. radio course. He was assigned to the army air forces after his induction at Camp Blanding, Fla., and was so proficient in the operation and maintenance of radio that he was designated as an instructor before he received his orders to overseas duty. A Message from the Chairman ot Army-Navy Committee Dear Friends: Eleven month* have pasted since the Greater Miami and Navy Committee was formed to cooperate In the national program of the Jewiah Welfare Board. When, at the outbreak of World War II. the United Statei Army and Navy began to send large numbers of men into the Miami area for training, several Jewish groups independently of each other undertook to provide special services for the Jewish men in uniform. These activities were conducted without any central planning. To remedy the situation and to provide better facilities, over 100 people, representing a cross-section of the Jewish community, were organized into the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee. Into the comparatively brief period of its existence, the Committee has done much to coordinate various services to men in the Armed Services. From the outset, the Committee announced that it had no intention to supersede existing groups, but rather would act at a planning and policy-making body. Today, it sets the general policy for the following four service men's facilities which are open to Jew and non-Jew alike: the Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association, the Miami Beach Jewish Center, the Beth Jacob Service Men's Center, and the Miami Beach Service Men's Center. home hospitality. The public relations and war records committee interprets the work of the committee to the general community and compiles lists of Jewish men who have answered the call to the colors. The finance committee secures funds with which to advance the program. In 1943 the army and navy committee's activities will be flnancied largely through the Miami Jewish Federation,. The four agencies under the supervision of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee now are serving approximately 2,000 men weekly. How well these facilities are meeting the spiritual, recreational and social needs of the service men may be Judged from the unsolicited letters received and the reception our facilities • re receiving. With appreciation of the role that you, as an interested member of the Jewish, community, are playing In our program, I am, s Yours for Victory, SAM BLANK, Chairman, Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee. AVIATION CADET MARTIN LEVINE. formerly of 1568 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach, is now training to be a pilot and second lieutenant in the army air forces at Souther Field, near Americus, Ga. He reported for primary training last month and soloed in eight hours and 33 minutes. He is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High School and attended the University of Florida for two years before entering the army. A promotion finds RAY E. MARTIN, now a corporal at the army air forces basic flying school at Courtland, Ala. He is the son of Mrs. Bertha Travers Martin of 5455 N. W. Fifth Avenue. At the same post is recently promoted Sgt. Leon Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Levin of 1941 N. W. Flagler Terrace. PVT. HERMAN "HANK" BARNETT. formerly employed at Intercontincnt Aircraft Corp., as a mctalfitter, is now in the army, stationed at Fort Ord. Cal. During his tour of duty with the army, his wife, Mrs. Roslyn Barnett, is residing at 820 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach. THIS WEEK WE SALUTE JULIUS GOSTEL Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. GosteL S360 S. W. Second Street. Citation received from Admiral Nimitz. Forward March!] The following are a few of the many men from Greater Miami who have entered the Armed Service during the past few days: Irving I. Barasch Seymour Berman Irving Blum Nathan Drucker Alfred Herman Sidney Hyman David M. Kaplan Sam Levine Julius Nathan Ben Nathanson Jack Neham Stanley I. Ratner Morris Raff Sandy Rosenthal Richard L. Schwartz Irving Solomon Herman Kahn Morton B. Stern Next week—More names. Fill out coupon on Page 1; mail or phone information box 2973, Miami; phone 2-1141. It is the duty of you, the parents, relatives and friends of these and all other men now in the service to fill out the Permanent War Record blank found on the front page of this edition, and return same to the committee in charge, who need your help so that we will, for all time, have a record of the services your boy rendered to our country during World War No. 2. Service Parade is devoted to news of our boys in the Armed Service. Please send your boys' letters and news Items of interest to War Records Committee, P. O. Box 2973, or phone Service Parade Editor care of Jewish Floridian—2-1141. ROLL OF HONOR LIEUT. LESTER GLICKFIELD Lt. Lester 1029 Euclid Beach, was Glickfield, 22, of Avenue, Miami reported by the army recently as missing after his small plane plunged into San Francisco Bay, an Associated Press dispatch said. G 1 i c k f ield's nearest kin was listed as an aunt, Fay Friedman, New York City. He was a resident of Miami Beach for 12 years, a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High School and attended the University of Florida and University of Illinois before enlisting in the army air forces Jan. 8, 1942. Glickfield flew here from Luke Field, Ariz., last October to visit Artie Friedman at the Surrey Hotel, Miami Beach. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Glickfield of Newark, N. J. From the Miami area assigned to Bainbridge Army Air Field in Georgia for duty. LT. WILLIAM JOSEPH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Joseph, 622 15th Street, Miami Beach, is there as an instructor. rEWISH SERVICE MEN IN WORLD WAR 2 The part that Jewish service men are playing in the Armed Forces has foupd expression in numerous editorials and syndicated columns and in statements by public officials. It is your patriotic duty to give information to this "Service Parade" any interesting information about your boy who is now in the Armed Service. Send us his letters, photos and his comments. And remember we want the Service Record blank filled in. Do it nowl Service Men Bits LT. LOUIS SEITLIN and his wife were 4 in Miami last week visiting his parents. Called back to Washington on the third of a 10-day furlough, his folks await further word. HAROLD SCHWARTZ, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, left this week for Columbia University, where he will receive training relative to attaining a commission in the U. S. Navy. LT. BERNARD FRANK is in the city visiting his parents, Mr. and iMrs. Morris B. Frank of Miami Beach. He is spending a 10-day furlough here. ROBERT "BOB" EPSTEIn left last week for Camp Blanding, where he' will enter the service as a camouflage expert. Bob is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Epstein and was a cartoonist for the daily publications here in addition to being a member of the firm of Printing Arts. LT. DAVE FLEEMAN and his wife arc in the city visiting friends and relatives. MILTON WASMAN left this week for Dartmouth College, where he will receive his indoctrination as an ensign in the navy. His wife will accompany him as far as New York. LT. E. ALBERT PALLOT (jg) also left this week for Dartmouth, where he will receive his preliminary training before registering for active duty. JEWS ON ALL FRONTS Julius Gostel, age 25, a Miamian who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gostel, 3360 S. W. Second Street, a chief signalman in the United States Navy, was cited for gallantry in action by Admiral Nimitz. The citation says that [Gostel performed "in a most effiicent manner, insuring fast and accurate communication between commander-in-chief and the ships of the fleet, although exposed to severe strafing and bombing attack at Pearl Harbor." "The first we saw of the Japanese attackers was when they soared in over the harbor," is the way Gostel tells it. He was up on the signal tower just south of the harbor that morning. "In a few seconds I saw the first bomb dropped on Fort Island, where the naval air station is located, and from then on it was a mass of catastrophe." Then, says Gostel, the first enemy plane was hit. It looked like a streak of fire racing across the sky, and it seemed like everyone stopped fighting for a second to cheer when it crashed to the ground. Gostel's job was to keep in touch with the fleet and direct traffic in the channel leading to the harbor, and "we didn't have time to think of getting hurt," says Gostel. "Everybody was busy with a job to do and he did it without thought of injury." The young singalman was back home in Miami recently on a well-earned furlough after also participating in the African Invasion. Of the American Invasion at Africa, he said, "Everyone was anxious to get in there and get it over with after months of training for the new Allied war offensive. Everyone, even down to the youngest in their first encounter, behaved beautifully and did a grand job in the invasion of the African Coast. I saw plenty of action, but came through unhurt." "We salute" this week, Julius Gostel. I. Q. GROSS, formerly of Miami Beach, has been promoted from private, first class, to corporal at the army air forces proving ground at Eglin Field, Fla. He was inducted into the army May 26. PVT. JACK H. METZGER, stationed at Camp Blanding, is the son of Mrs. Ruth B. Metzger, 612 15th Street, Miami Beach. VICTOR M. ADAMUS, 2321 S. W. 21st Terrace, Miami, and ELY HAIMOWITZ, 937 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, were among 600 graduates of the officer training school at Camp Lee, Va., when the new quartermaster school was cum miss ion <'d. HATS OFF! to the FIGHTING GROSSMAN'S of Pittsburgh Six of the boys are now on active duty stationed throughout the world. Two other boys have already been classified and are ready to report. So, we say, "Hats off* to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grossman Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of: Abess & Costar First National Bank Bldo. Adelman Pipe & Steel Co. 47 N. E. 26th St. Abe Aronovitz Miami, Florida Carl's Markets Miami — Miami Beacn Cowen's Shoe Stores 15S E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. Cromer Wholesale 12 N. E. Third St. Isidor Goldstein Miami Beach Green Bros. 66 N. E. 24th St. Hub Dry Goods 129 N. E. Miami Avs. Jack C. Jayson Miami Donald Lavigne Uniforms 114 N. E. Second Ave. Markowitz & Resnick 1216 N. E. Second Ave. Miami Iron & Metal Co. 2481 N. W. 32nd Ave. Miami Rug Co. 100 8. Miami Ave. Palmer Funeral Chapel Sidney H. Palmer, Resident Owner Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc. 160 E. Flagler St. Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant 170 N. W. Fifth 8t. J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins 145 N. Miami Ave. Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan Langford Building Standard Wholesale Grocery Co. 149 N. E. 10th St. Joseph R. Stein Miami, Florida Sybil's Women's Apparel 76 S. E. First St. m



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FRIDAY. MARCH 5. 1943 PAGE EIGHT HI tell you WHY the Federation Needs Are Greater this year SOIICITOR "Because the need* are much greater and many of our lame contributors have left Miami or are serving in tho armed lorcea. those remaining in our community are asked to give $35,000 more in 1943 than in 1942 to meet the urgent needs overseas, local army-navy needs and war time budgets ol our local and national welfare agencies. YOU "I have already given considerably this year to the War Cht, and will give to the Red Cross, and 1 buy defense bonds.' §01ICITOR "American lows have an additional and peculiar obligation of their own namely, to aid the Jewish victims 0i war and persecution for whom NO non sectarian relief is available." YOU: "DOOR the United States government endorse the work ol the U I A ?" SOLTCFTOR: "That il correct. Various government leaders, including President Roosevelt. Attorney General Biddle and Secretary M the Navy Knox. strongly urge the continuation o! the rescue activities of the I. D. C U. P. A., and the Na tional Refugee Service." YOU "Does the money spent lor immigration really help people come to this country?" assistance SOLICITOR: "In 1942 alone over seven thousand seven hiuv dred refugeee In Europe have been brought to the United States, South America and Palestine." YOU How does my money get overseas where it can aid the victims ol oppression?" SOLICITOR "Under U. S. Treasury licensee. American dollars ate put into the frown asset accounts (in this country) of European neutral states. Eauivalent amounts in foreign currency are released in the individual countries. In 1942, treasury licenses totaling $1,500,000 were thus issued to the 1 D. C." YOU In what countries have lewish refugees been helped?" SOLICITOR Funds are reaching the 800.000 Polish-Jews ex iled to Siberia and Asiatic Russia. Money has also gone to unoccupied France. Portugal. Sweden. Spain. Switzerland. Turkey. North Africa. South America." YOU: I can see where the Jews in Europe need our help, but why must we contribute to the Jews in Central

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOLUME 18No. 10
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
Federation Rallies For $135,977--Goal Set For 1943
Outstanding Jewish Leaders
In Personal Appearances In
Support of Local Fund Drive
With a goal of $135,977 set as
,. quota ftir the 1943 Greater
Miami Jewiah Federation Vic-
tory Campaign, some of the out-
pert, Joseph L. Arkin, Abe Ar-
onovitz, Leonard Barr, David
Bass, George Bertman, Harry
Blumin, Max Bogorad, Archie
JEWISH LEADERS
BERLIN KILLED
TWO ADDITIONAL HEBREW
SCHOOLS TO OPEN IN MIAMI
or
standing Jewish leaders of the Brick, Henry Bulbin, Mack
world are making personal ap-
peal ,i" Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, one
of the country's outstanding Jew-
iah leaden and statesman, disre-
garding doctor's orders and a
personal desire for complete ab-
stinence from the public platform
during a brief vacation he will
spend here, will address Federa-
tion workers Sunday.
Knowing that the times are
more difficult and the needs
greater this year than ever be-
fore as co-chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, he felt obliga-
ted in making this appearance
at the Federation brunch to be
held Sunday morning at 11
o'clock at the Frolics Club. 13th
Street and the Causeway.
Addressing the Advance Gift
Division under the chairmanship
of Herman Wall and Jake Felt.
he Will describe in detail the
and figures of the present-
ly situation both here and
> and the responsibility of
the local communities in aiding
th> SOlUtiOO of the problem.
Wise, with a background
brilliant leadership, is spir-
itual leader of the Free Syna-
Cohan, Mrs. Anna Cohen, Harry
Cornblum, Lou Fleischman, Irv-
ing Frankel, J. E. Freehling, Leon
Green, Maurice Grossman. Gus
III NAZI THREATS
Hilb, Max Holtzberg, Leonard
Jacobus, Mrs. Ada Joseph, Isidor
Kaufman, M. J. Kopelowitz, H.
u?.SLe "I aW Y?rk City and Kronenfeld, Walter Kovner, Abe
Kurman, Isaac Levin, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Levine, Mrs. S. R. Lippow,
William Lowenthal, Harry Magid,
Jack Miller, Morris Morrison,
Kenneth Oka, Sidney Palmer,
Ida major positions in many
' and international
hold.
ef
bmong which are
iii i Jewish Congress
World Jewish Congress,
of which he is president; Emerg-
ency Zionist Committee. of
which he is chairman. The Sun-
day morning talk will be his
only appearance here.
The Frolics Club has been se-
lected because of its proximity
to Miami and Miami Beach work-
ers and is in line with pre-
campaign activity of '43 plans to
bring contributors to federation,
eliminating the almost impos-
sible task of personal solicita-
tion under the present war re-
striction*
Another rally is scheduled for
Wednesday at the Mayfair The-
tet Uscayne Boulevard and
ISth treat, for the women's di-
vision under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Max Dobrin and Mrs. Monte
*&
lunteer workers are daily
enrolling their services to assist
uo, campaign proper to be he>
narch -il-ll, at which time all
propecti*s> contributors hereto-
fore Beted, will be given
. j: (Unity of personal par-
l the drive to secure
? tHing the local com-
""t to bake allocations to
m local, njBonal and overseas
r,K *4 attitude that the
***' **-mu Jewish citizenry
lien n^.'rBnrare of the needs
..v sncie* will come for-
< Kne their obliga-
ted ition will do away
11 Mure solicitations.
'Ptams end lieutenants of
the Advance Gift Division in
charge of Sunday's meeting are:
Leo Ackerman.
Joseph Herman. Harry Boyell
Chertkof. Dr. Frank
'ret, Net H. Hankoff. Sam
Lachman. Mrs Benjamin Meyer,
">>IUam D. Singer and Charles
Tobin.
Lieutenants: Mrs. Morris Al-
David Phillips, Albert Quadow,
Harry Rabe, Joseph Rambam,
Hyland Rifas, Joseph M. Rose,
Dr. Albert Rosenthal, Mrs. Ethel
Rothleim, Jennie Rotfort, Morris
B. Rubin, Abe Schonfeld, Milton
Sirkin, Harry Speier, Joseph R.
Stein, Edith Weinstein, Dr. Phil-
lip Weinstein and George Wol-
pert.
RED CROSS GROUP HAS
REPORT ON CAMAIGN DRIVE
Geneva (WNS)Seven of the
remaining Jewish leaders in Ber-
lin have been executed by Nazi
firing squads in accordance with
orders from Adolf Hitler to wipe
out the Jewish population of oc-
cupied Europe, according to re-
ports received here this week
through reliable channels.
The names of the seven Jewish
leaders were not disclosed but
the report said that all Jewish
leaders in Germany have been
arrested and are being held as
hostages. Little hope was held
here that any of the arrested
Jews would ever be released.
The report confirmed an earlier
dispatch that Alfred Selbiger
leader of the Hechlautz move-
ment in the Reich, had been shot.
In a special proclamation last
week, made in connection with
the anniversary of the founding
of the Nazi party, Hitler once
again repeated his determination
to destroy the European Jewish
population. Hitler said: "This
I struggle will not end as our ene-
mies plan, with the annihilation
of the Aryan part of humanity,
but with the extinction of Jewry
in Europe."
The Nazi chieftain devoted a
considerable portion of his state-
ment to threats against the Jews,
and, as in the past, blamed the
Jews both for Communism in
the East and Capitalism in the
West.
"We shall break and smash the
might of the Jewish world coali-
tion and mankind, struggling for
its freedom, will win final vic-
tory in this struggle," Hitler
shouted. He later added: "The
Jews believe they are at the very
gate of the milenium, but this
year, like last, they will experi-
ence horrible disillusionment."
The opening of two additional
branch Hebrew schools in the
southwest and northeast sections
of Miami is being announced by
the Jewish Education Associa-
tion of Greater Miami.
The branches will be located
at the Y. M. H. A., 1567 S. W. Fifth
Street, and Temple Israel of Mi-
ami, 137 N. E. 19th Street. Reg-
istration of children will be had
Mondays through Thursdays at
each school from 4 to 7 p. m.,
beginning Monday, March 8.
In addition to the new branches
being opened, the J. E. A. has
been operating Hebrew school
branches at Beth David Congre-
gation, 135 N. W. Third Avenue,
and Beth Jacob, 311 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach. The J.
E. A. requests that all children
wishing to attend Hebrew school
register at the nearest branch
school to their home.
The full program of the Jew-
ish Education Association will be
publicized within the very near
future.
HIT ROTH NAMED
PLIGHT OF JEWS IN NAZI
EUROPE DISCUSSED BY POPE
London (WNS)The plight of
the remaining millions of Jews
in Nazi-occupied or controlled
countries was one of the sub-
jects discussed by Pope Pius and
Archbishop Spellman of New
York during their recent conver-
sation in the Vatican, the Swedish
press reported this week.
SENATOR THOMAS URGES
U. S. TO INVESTIGATE OFFER
First reports in the 1943 Red
Cross war fund campaign were
presented at a meeting of the
executive committee in the of-
fice of Oscar Dooly, Jr., cam-
paign chairman, this week.
Preliminary reports were de-
livered earlier in the day at a
meeting of officials in chapter
headquarters, when a number of
special gifts were revealed.
A parade witnessed by some
60,000 Saturday signalized the
opening of the Red Cross annual
war fund campaign, which start-
ed Monday and continues through
the month of March. The goal
is $274,000.
SUGGEST THAT HESS BE
RETURNED FOR 100.000 JEWS
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
TO SPEAI ON MARCH 11
London (WNS)The sugges-
tion that Rudolph Hess, erst-
while No. 2 Nazi who landed in
Scotland some two years ago, be
returned to Germany in exchange
for 100,000 Jews now in Nazi-
occupied Europe, was made at
a special mass meeting in Leices-
ter called to protest the Nazi
plan to annihilate the Jewish
population of Europe-
The proposal to exchange Hess
for 100,000 Jews was made by
Dr. Bernard Grimley, vice-chair-
man of the Leicester Christian
Council.
Washington (WNS) Senator
Elbert D. Thomas of Utah called
upon the United States govern-
ment this week to make a
thorough investigation of the re-
ported offer by the Rumanian
government to permit 70,000 Ru-
manian Jews from Trans-Dnies-
tria to emigrate to Palestine or
any other country of refuge se-
lected by the United Nations.
The appointment of Nat Roth
as chairman of the Permanent
War Record Division of the
Greater Miami Army-Navy Com-
mittee was announced this week
by Sam Blank, chairman.
Mr. Blank, in the making of
the appointment, stated that he
NAT ROTH
regretted that the two previous
appointments were unable to ful-
fill the task, so important and
necessary to the Jewish Commu-
nity here and nationally. He
further stated that he felt elated
that he had been able to per-
suade Mr. Roth to accept this
tremendous responsibility and
that he feels that at last he has
secured a capable head for the
Permanent War Record Division.
Mr. Roth, long an active fig-
ure in the communal life of the
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 31
HIGH COMMISSIONER ORDER
FORBIDS DECREE OF VICHY
London (WNS)-General Henri
Giraud, high commissioner for
French North and West Africa,
has annuled the Vichy decree
The third in a series of lec-
tures sponsored by the Young
Men's Hebrew Association titled which had made it impossible for
"Institute On Judaism," in co- Jews in Algeria or Morocco to
operation with the Rabbinical recover debts or other claims
Association of Greater Miami, I from "Aryan" customers or mer-
will take place Thursday eve-1 chants. The Vichy regulation
ning, March 11, at 8:15 o'clock, had invalidated all claims held
At that time. Rabbi Colman A. by Jews against "Aryans."
Zwitman of Temple Israel will | General Giraud's cancellation
speak on "The Jewish Religion." of the Vichy order will enable
He will stress Judaism as a bea- Jewish merchants in French Af-
con light in the world of today, rica to recover all funds owed
The general public is invited. I to them by non-Jews.
IMPORTANT!
WE ASK ALL SOUTH FLORIDA JEWRY TO PLEASE FILL
OUT THE FOLLOWING BLANK AND MAIL TO:
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
P. O. Box 2973. Miami. Fla.
Teux comraittao noeds the assistance of Yery family, friend
ar ralatiT* in ardar to secure a complete record of every man
in our armed service. Please co-operate and mail immediately.
Additional blanks can be secured upon request.
READ PAGE SEVEN
Address (Home)________............____________________.........___.....
ate of Birth______________Date of Enli.tm.nt___________......_
Name of Nearest Relative.................... Relationship........____
Address......___________.........._____ ____.......____________
Branch ef Service...................Rank Outfit__.....______
Service Address................_____......__...............___________,_______
TeL Me......................__.........___................._.................__........
Premeiiena. honors, awards, acts ef heroism, casualty or other
vents or aorvtcoe:...... -................_...................................___

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FRIDAY. MARCH 5. 1943
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
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DAUGHTERS OF
ISRAEL
A number of conferences have
been held during the past week
to speed the efforts of the Daugh-
ters of Israel for the erection of
a women's club building and
ritualarium. A conference was
held Sunday at the home of Rabbi
Mescheloff. Monday at the home
of M. H. Frankel, and at the Sea
Breeze Hotel Wednesday. Head-
ing this campaign committee are
Mr. Matthews, A. Cohen, Mr.
Videlitz, Mr. Kolko and M. Kevel-
bon. President of the organiza-
tion is Max Feit.
BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Con-
gregation Schaarei Zadek will
sponsor a card party at the syna-
gogue this Sunday evening.
Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock a regular meeting will be
aeld, at which time final plans
will be made for the Purim party
scheduled for March 21 with Mrs.
Sophie Miller as chairlady.
The Miami Unit of the Busi-
ness and Professional Group of
Hadassah, the Women s Zionist
organization of America, is spon-
soring a meeting Monday, March
8 at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, 2024 North Bay
Road. Among the highlights of
the evening will be Miss Geral-
dine Kassover of Bayonne, N. J.,
visiting member of the national
board of Junior Hadassah. Miss
Kassover will present informa-
tive and impressive pointers on
the part which Palestine is tak-
ing in the war effort of the United
Nations.
A quiz program will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Gladys Walsh
and Miss Sara Lightman. Miss
Lenore, well known here for her
dramatic ability, will entertain
with monologues. Hostesses will
be the newly-elected president.
Miss Polly Gershon, and Mrs. Ed-
ward I. Lovitz. senior advisor.
Refreshments will be served.
BETH DAVID
What promises to. be one of the
most outstanding gatherings ot
the season will take place this
coming Sunday, March 7, when
the Sisterhood of Beth David
will hold its Annual Prcpunm
Ball. As in past years this allair
promises to be the highlight of
the Sisterhood's functions.
Elaborate plans are being set
up by the general chairman. Mrs.
Isidor Cohen, who will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Harry Ohphant,
president of the Sisterhood, and
a select committee of co-workers.
The entire Talmud Torah build-
HIAS
BETH SHOLOM
_______CENTER_______
Mrs. Morris Perell will be host-
ess at a lawn card party at her
home, 4484 Royal Palm Avenue,.
Miami Beach, at 1:30 p. m. Tues-
day, March 9, for the benefit of.
the Service Men's Club of Beth
Sholom Center. Refreshments
will be served.,
The Sisterhood of Beth Sholom
Center will hold a regular meet-
ing at 8 p. m. on Tuesday in the :
Ellis Room.
The board of directors of the
center will meet at 8 p. m.
Wednesday in the directors'
room.
SPINOZA FORUM
Samuel J. Rodman, for many
years Moscow correspondent of
the London Daily Chronicle, will
address the Spinoza Forum Sat-
urday afternoon, 3:30 p. m., under
the canopy on the lawn of the
home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
11th Street, between Collins Ave-
nue and Ocean Drive, Miami
Beach. "Why Russia Is Winning
the War" will be the topic of
Mr. Rodman's lecture. Wednes-
day evening, 7:45 o'clock. Dr.
Morris Scheer will continue his
series of lectures. "Change of
Life" will be the topic for this
coming Wednesday evening.
The Hias tourist banquet, an
annual feature of the winter sea-
son of Miami Beach, will this
year be held at the auditorium
if the Workmen's Circle. 25
Washington Avenue, instead of
the Victor Hotel as heretofore on
next Sunday, the 7th. at 6:30.
The change of place is due to
war conditions. The affair will
be conducted as in previous years
excepting that this year it will
be highlighted by the presence of
one of the principal officials of
the Now York administration, Al-
bert Rosenblatt, national vice-
; president.
Dr. Jacob Kaplan, rabbi eme-
ritus of Temple Israel of Miami,
will preside. Among the prin-
cipal speakers will be Rabbi Col-
man Zwitman, Max Shapiro and
, Moses Mescheloff. Dr. Alexander
Macdoni, well-known Yiddish
critic, will be the lay speaker.
An interesting musical program
has been prepared. Vocal selec-
tions will be rendered by Cantors
Mamches and Heyman and the
popular folk song vocalist, Bereli.
Miss Adler will accompany on
the piano. The local arrange-
ments committee is headed by
Joseph L. Tepper as chairman.
RUSSIAN
WAR RELIEF
Russian war, relief combined
knitting groups are sponsoring a
series of book reviews by Mrs.
I M Weinstein the second
Wednesday of every month, the
first to be held Wednesday,
March 10. at 3 p. m. at the Flor-
ida Power and Light Sunshine
Room in the Ingraham Build-
ing, 25 S. E. Second Avenue.
Mrs. Weinstein, in her inimitable
way, will review Emil Lei.gyel s
newest book, "Siberia." The ad-
mission will be a package of
cigarettes or razor blades, tooth-
paste, writing paper, towels, etc.,
badly needed by the Russians.
Attractively designed tags will be
furnished the donors to place on
their packages.
LADIES AUXILIARY
IEWISH WAR VETS
HADASSAH
MRS. ISIDOR COHEN
Miami Chapter Senior Hadas-
sah will meet Monday, March 8,
at Kaplan Hall in Temple Israel.
Board members will meet at 11
a. m. and the general session
will begin at 2 p. m. Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin will preside during
the business session and will an-
nounce the nominating commit-
tee which will present the slate
of officers for the coming year.
Mrs. Max Dobrin, political chair-
man, will report on Zionist po-
litical activities, and Mrs. Mur-
ray Grossman will speak on "The
Festival of Purimthe Birthday
of Hadassah." The organization,
founded 31 years ago. takes its
name from the heroine of the
Purim story, Queen Esther. Vis-
iting members are invited to at-
tend.
BETH IACOB
CONGREGATION
The Jewish War Veterans' Aux-
iliary, Freda Markowitz Post No.
174, represented by a commit-
tee of Jane Goldman, Minnie
Kline, Betty Levi and Ana
Brooks, Friday,presented the pa-
tients of the Nautilus Govern-
ment Hospital, Miami Beach.
with packages of stationery,
razor blades, pencils, cards,
checkers and magazines for their
recreational hall. The primary
work of this organization is to
take care of veterans and service
men.
Installation of the new mem-
bers will take place at Beth
David Talmud Torah Monday,
March 8.
Wives, mothers, sisters and
daughters of those in the armed
forces at present are immediately
eligible for membership. Fur-
ther information may be obtained
from Mrs. Minnie Kline, 2-1025.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation Sisterhood spon-
sored a successful mah jongg and
card party last Sunday at the
Y. M. H. A. Mrs. A. I. Orlansky.
Mrs. Joe Zalis and Mrs. Pearl
Redmond were hostesses.
MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST
ing is being devoted to enter-
tainment of the most unusual
nature for young and old. On
the committee are Mr. and Mrs.
Ritchie, Mrs. Becky Silberstein,
Mary Silberstein. Mrs. Charles
Goldstein, Mrs. Max Weinberger
and Mrs. Harry Oiphant.
A special decoration committee
is busily engaged in transform-
ing the auditorium into a night
club setting. The advance sale
of tickets is so brisk that a com-
plete sell-out is expected, Mrs.
Louis Margulies, chairman of the
ticket committee, reports.
An elaborate floor show will
be presented by Miami's out-
standing professional talent un-
der the direction of Sidney H.
Palmer, who will act as master
of ceremonies. Headliners from
Miami's leading night clubs will
take part. Phone the Beth David
office for reservations.
Rabbi Moses Meschloff spoke
on "Purim and Hitler" at a
meeting of the Beth Jacob Sis-
terhood this week when the or-
ganization presented the syna-
gogue with books and additional
funds for further purchase for
use during services. The Sister-
hood is assisting in the efforts
of the Congregational Purim
Carnival to be held March 21.
Don't forget to attend the Fed-
eration brunch at the Frolics Club
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
at 13th Street and the Causeway.
Palestine needs many thou-
sands of dollars for Jewish aid.
You can help by donating liber-
ally to the Federation Fund.
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
Miami Beach Zionist District
having passed its goal of 200
members, has embarked on the
program of securing an addi-
tional 100 during the coming
month. The board of directors
and entire membership have
been enlisted to contribute their
support to this project and a
general membership meeting will
be dedicated to this purpose.
Shepard Broad, president, stated
"It is felt that the time is at
hand for strengthening the arms
i of Zionist leaders in a most prac-
tical way. A homeland for the
i homeless is being made just a
little more real by the addition
of many hundred active Zionists
throughout the country. It is
felt that now is the time for every
Zionist to take his personal
i share in' his task."
Samuel S. Kirshbaum, 500 15th
Street, Miami Beacch, is secre-
tary of the Miami Beach District.
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND IK BOTH NAMED
PERSONALS
WEDDINGS'
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Marko-
witz, formerly of this city, an-
nounce the marriage of their son,
Lieut. Myron M. Markowitz, to
Rita Louise Schibel of Virginia,
Minn., daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Schibel.
Lieutenant Markowitz recently
was commissioned at Fort Ben-
ning. Ga. He attended the Mi-
ami schools and graduated from
Miami High School. He also at-
tended Florida State College at
Gainesville.
Miss Schibel is a graduate of
Southern California University
and taught school in Virginia,
Minn.
Lieutenant Markowitz will be
stationed at Richmond. Va.,
where he will continue his
schooling at Camp Lee.
Marriage took place Feb. 18
at 6 p. m. at Virginia, Minn.
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ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vangilder
128 East Palm Drive, Lakeland,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Evelyn, to First Lieut.
Wilfred W. Wolfson, son of Mr
and Mrs. Cy Wolfson of 716
South Success Avenue. The Van-
K>'ders are former Miamians.
Miss Vangilder was graduated
from Hillsborough High School
PIONEER WOMEN
ORGANIZATION
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Letaw are
announcing the birth of a daugh-
ter at Jacksonville Memorial Hos-
pital.
CEREMONIALS
Tuesday afternoon, at Jackson
Memorial Hospital, Rabbi S. M.
Macheti officiated at the Brth
Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis C. Schatz, 1750 N. W. 46th
Street.
Mrs. Kthel Shochet returned to
the city this week after an ex-
tended seven months' visit in the
North.
Rev. and Mrs. Kalman Sha-
piro, parents of Rabbi Shapiro,
after a stay of six weeks, are
leaving Sunday morning for New
York. While in Miami Rev. Sha-
piro addressed the Beth David
Congregation several times.
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Bert-
man, 2445 Flamingo Place, left
Tuesday for Chicago to visit their
son. Lieut. Lloyd Bertman. who
is there on a short furlough. Mr.
Bertman is expected to return
early next week.
Mrs. Jean Becker has been vis-
iting her sister. Mrs. Ida Bern-
stein of 1610 N, W. 34th Street.
She left here to join her hus-
band. George Becker, a naval
officer stationed in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rosenbloom
and son, Neil, of the Stuart
Lloyds, Inc., New York City.
were visiting his brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Bernstein of Miami Beach. They
stopped at the Hamilton Hotel.
Jack Seitlin was elected sec-
retary of the junior class of Loy-
ola University, New Orleans,
where he is majoring in denistry
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Henry Seitlin of this city.
Edward Rosenthal of River-
side Memorial Chapel arrived
Sunday for a week's stay.
Maurice Cromer left this week
for a two-week combined busi-
ness and pleasure trip to New
York.
Arriving for several weeks'
:>tay and completing a family re-
union on Tuesday's Silver Meteor
were Mrs. Nathan Hockman and
daughter, Brenda, of Jersey City,
N. J.; Mrs. Arthur Bernstein and
daughter, Myra Susan of Brook-
lyn, and Mrs. Louis F. Foster and
son, Samuel of Manchester. Conn
They are the children of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Brenner, with
whom they will stay. They will
be entertained during their stay
bV relatives and friends.
Morris Binder and daughter,
Mrs. William Blumenkrantz. re-
turned to the city after spending
sometime in Virginia.
Mrs. Milton Schlesinger is here
with her daughter, Merle Joan,
and son. Harvey, visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fair.
She is the former Irene Farr.
Her husband. Milton, will join
her soon for a short stay.
EVELYN VANGILDER
in Tampa and Webb's Business
College in Lakeland. She is at
present employed by the Salva-
tion Army.
! Lieutenant Wolfson was gradu-
ated from Lakeland High School
' ?."d ,l,h? co|lege of pharmacy of
I the University of Florida, where
ne received his commission He
was former asistant manager of
Liggett Drug Company in Lake-
land, and is now serving in the
armed forces in the southwest Pa-
cific area.
Bcth David Saturday morn-
in8 Murray, the son of Capt.
and Mrs. Albert S. Dubbin, and
Edmund, the son of Mr. and Mrs
Maurice Nadich. will become Bar
Mitzvah.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Treister
announced the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Kenneth, Saturday with
services at Temple at 11 a m
Reception will follow.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Shear will
celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Murray Dan, at serv-
ices at Congregation Schaarei
Zedek Saturday morning.
city and state, has served in sev-
eral major positions in various
organizations of diversified en-
deavors. He was one of the or-
ganizers of the Frieda Markowitz
Jewish War Veterans' Post and
served as its commander, doing
the same job for the State Vet-
erans' Organization. He was in-
strumental, together with others
in bringing to Miami, severai
years ago, the National Jewish
War Veterans' Convention, secur-
ing much publicity for the city,
throughout the country. He is
a productive B'nai B'nth mem-
ber, serving on its Americaniza-
tion and War Service Commit-
tee and presently leading in the
organization's 100th anniversary
membership drive, personally se-
curing 25 members. Mr. Roth,
in accepting the appointment,
stated: "I realize the importance
| of undertaking this gigantic task
and its immensity. Details are
innumerable and endless. Gath-
ering the statistical information
will require many hours of ar-
duous labor and yet I feel privi-
leged to be one of those parti-
cipating in this important and
necessary requisite of the Jewish
people. It is important that we
have the facts and numbers of
Jewish boys in service and the
part they are playing in this
World War II. I want the people
of Greater Miami to realize it is
not a one-man job. It would be
impossible to accomplish this
personally. I must have the
wholehearted and active coopera-
tion of the entire community. I
ask parents, children, relatives
and friends of our boys in service
to please give us the necessary
information."
Mr. Roth is using as his main
source of information the medium
of the Jewish Floridian, which
will contain weekly a full page
of activity devoted to the service
men and will contain a coupon
which, when filled out, will fur-
nish the Permanent War Record
Division of the Greater Miami
Army-Navy Committee with the
necessary information.
Other members serving on
this committee are Maurice
Grossman, Nat Rothberg. Fred
K. Shochet, Mrs. George Cohen
and Jennie H. Rotfort. Addi-
tional members will be added
from time to time.
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation of Greater Miami for Pal-
estine will have their fourth an-
nual donor dinner, jointly with
i all groups, April 4 at the Beth
David Talmud Torah.
A card party will be held at
the home of Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
418 N. W. Fifth Street, Wednes-
day, March 10, at 2 o'clock.
BEACH COM. CENTER
Miami Beach Jewish Center
will hold its annual membership
meeting Wednesday, March 10.
Election of officers and board
of directors for the ensuing year
will take place.
AUTHORITIES IN NORWAY
SEEK JEWISH EXPULSION
Stockholm (WNS)The Nazi
authorities in Norway have al-
most completed the expulsion of
the country's 2,000 Jews, it was
reported this week, and meas-
ures have been taken to prevent
the remaining few score from
leaving.
Dispatches reaching here said
a boatload of 120 Jews had been
transported from Oslo to an un-
disclosed point in Germany after
having been taken from the Grini
concentration camp, where they
had been held for two months.
| At the same time, it was re-
ported that the Nazi police had
instructed Norwegian hospitals
not to permit departure of any
Jewish patients without special
police permission in each case.
Reason for the action was not
learned, but it was believed the
Nazis were acting in accordance
with their policy of holding a
small number of Jews to be used
as a scapegoat for any anti-Nazi
outbreaks in the German-occupied
country.
Hospitals were told to verify
the "J" stamps on Jewish iden-
tity cards.
[ IS ELECTED
TO TWO OFFICES
AT BANK MEETING
Benjamin N. Kane of Provi-
dence, R. I., has assumed a major
interest in the Mercantile Na-
tional Bank, it was announced
this week by Judson L. Owen,
president of the bank.
Kane was elected a director
and vice-president at a special
meeting of stockholders and will
take an active part in the bank's
affairs, he said.
Kane is founder and president
of Interstate Home Equipment
BENJAMIN N. KANE
M. FRIEDMAN
Practical Hebrew Teacher
B20 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9026
Beginner, to Talmud
Individual Inatruction
Special Attention to Bar Mitzvaha
PALMER
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WARNS LITHUANIANS NOT
TO AID JEWISH PERSECUTION
Lisbon (WNS) Denouncing
the Nazis as "murderers of Jews
and persecutors of Poles," the
Most Rv. Josph Skvireckas. Arch-
bishop of Nazi-occupied Lithu-
ania, warned the Lithuanian
people not to co-operate in the
Nazi anti-Jewish extermination
program and called upon Lithu-
anian officials "not to commit
the sin of lending a hand to the
German atrocities," according to
information received here from
Stockholm this week.
Speaking in the name of the
Church, the Archbishop was
quoted as saying: "I condemn
the hands of those who continue
to share in the murdering of
Jews, persecution of Poles and
peoples of Polish origin. I con- '
demn those who expel these
people from their homes and who
deport them. Lithuanian offi-
cials must realize that such acti-
vities are not a part of their
duties."
DON'T TALK
About troops: Location, except
for troops in training and on po-
lice duty. Where, when, or how
troop movements will be made.
Characteristics and limitations of
equipment or weapons. Concen-
tration or special training of
units.
LEGAL NOTICES
Nolle* it he.rebr ith that th un-
derl;ned. JUIJCS I'BAHI.MAN. do-
ing BUSUMM aa Jal Realty Co.. In-
land* to i .-ki.-i*i aalcl fictitious name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
of Ded* County. Florida*.
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Company of Providence, which
operates 33 branches in 15 states.
He is also a substantial investor
in Miami Beach. His holdings
there include the Belmar Hotel,
26th Street and the ocean. He
has served three terms on the
Providence City Council. For
the last 20 years he has been a
member of the board of trustees
of the Miriam Hospital. Provi-
dence.
Two additional directors add-
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Alexander Orr, Jr., and Harold
Kassewitz.
Other directors are Samuel
Blank. George Goldberg. George
LaVigne. Marcie Liberman.
George A Price and Owen.
Other bank officers are Ed-
ward Mercer, vice-president and
cashier: S. W. Curry, D. B Hud-
son and R W. Pollard, assistant
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1943
ADAR 1, 28, 5703
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 10
THE DARK DECADE
The free world has adopted the slogan oi
the "Dark Decade," but only the Jews know
its full and bitter meaning. The 10 years of
Hiderism which have just come to an end con-
stituted an era of tragedy and misery unparal-
leled in modern history. A recital of the out-
rageous crimes committed against the Jewish
people would mount to a crescendo of hor-
ror for which neither emotion nor language
could find adequate expression. The tenth
anniversary of Hitler's coming to power would
indeed be a black day, filled with apprehen-
sions of even more terribble things to come,
were it not for the heartening fact that this
blood-stained page on the calendar coincides
with momentous events on the world's great
battlefields which have brought a turning point
in the war. Looking back upon those years
overflowing with unending sorrow, few of us
can resist the sense of bereavement at the
staggering losses in human life which our
Jewish people suffered since Jan. 30, 1933.
The United Nations and our own state depart-
ment have verified the fact that 2,000,000 Jews
have died or been killed as a result of Nazi
oppression. That is indeed cause for pro-
found grief and lamentation. But we should
find some solace in the fact that during that
decade of doom American Jews devoted them-
selves generously to large-scale rescue action
which directly saved many hundreds of thou-
sands from a similar fate. Perhaps a million
Jews were saved from the Nazi death mahine
as a result of the relief, resettlement and re-
habilitation efforts carried on by the work
oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
through the medium of the Joint Distribution
Committee, United Palestine Appeal and the
National Refugee Service. In the field of im-
migration alone these agencies have achieved
a notable record. A total of 125,000 found a
haven in Latin America. During the past four
years, since the establishment of the United
Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs
and Palestine, the American Jews have gone
forward with a unified fund-raising effort un-
precedented in the history of our country.
When crisis after crisis plunged large num-
bers of Jews into desperate circumstances, it
was the Jews of the United States who pro-
vided the urgently needed help. When Hitler
began his destructive march of conquest and
country after country was swallowed up by
the Nazi war machine, the channels of rescue
and emigration were kept open by these
agencies with funds which American Jews
contributed. Throughout the pre-war period
and during three and a half years of war,
American Jews maintained programs of over-
seas relief and rehabilitation, Palestine set-
tlement and upbuilding and refugee aid in
the United States as a great moral and ma-
terial bulwark for the survival of Jews under
fire in many parts of the world. On the occa-
sion of the tenth anniversary of Hitlensm, the
Jewish community of the United States may
well take satisfaction in the manner in which
it strove to snatch a maximum number of Jews
from the Nazi holocaust. Now that the turn-
ing point has been reached in the war against
Hitlerism. American Jewry will occupy a role
of increasing importance in rebuilding of the
Jews liberated by the Allied armies. How-
ever great the devotion and service of the
Jews of the United States during the decade
sf destruction, they must now dedicate them-
selves to an even greater measure of sacri-
fice and concerted effort in the years of re-
construction that lie ahead.
SGT. MEYER LEVTN
Sgt. Meyer Levin, the 26-year-old Jewish
lad from Brooklyn, N. Y., who, with Capt.
Colin Kelly, sank the Japanese battleship
Haruna three days after the day of infamy
at Pearl Harbor, has been killed in action.
America's ace bombardier met his death un-
flinchingly on Jan. 7about 13 months after
his comrade, Captain Kelly, lost his life in
the daring and successful attempt to send
the Haruna to the bottom of the Pacific.
Coptain Kelly and Sergeant Levin were
America's first outstanding war heroes.
There have been many others, and there will
be many more before this war to smash Nazism,
Fascism and Japanism is over. The names
of Kelly and Levin will five forever in the
hearts and minds of the American people.
To Americans, they were much more than
brave fighters who gave their lives to pre
serve their country; they represented the
fighting spirit and close understanding of the
American people at war. Sergeant Levin did
more than sink a Japanese battleship and an
enemy cargo vessel; he helped to buid a feel-
ing of unity and friendship which Axis-paid
agitators will find impossible to tear asunder.
It is the Kellys and Levins, fighting side
by cide on every battle front of the world, who
will bring to America a great and lasting vic-
tory over its enemies. We can best pay our
everlasting debt of gratitude to these great
Americans by dedicating ourselves to the
ideals and principles for which they fought
Their death must not be in vain.
and died.
-TTDMTS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Mtidfy &Htgide*dial
-By PHINEAS I. MRON-
YOU SHOULD KNOW ...
Father Couglhi> will beJjg ov.i: th.jur ** J"*^
t^^TtS becarrieoTy leT.taUons? located moatly in Mexico
lin's hierarchic superiors axe
Silliest suggestion
H J^J^oii^t o wear sleevebands bearing tha latter Nin ana-
logy
pied Europe
methods against any one
Since when are wa supposed to adopt Hitler's
even hia followers? ... Dr. Preston
BrtdTy" thV Chicago clergyman who is unquastionably th. mo
==5J radio broadcaster in tha Midwestern area, has come out
uncertain term, against th. huah-hu.h policy_ofa certain
of Jewish leadership ... In a recant broadcast ha warned
from the "Y." Sessions will
commence immediately.
Presents Dancing Recital
On Sunday afternoon, March
28, at 4 o'clock, the dancing,
crafts and dramatics classes will
demonstrate their accomplish-
ments at the Y. M. H. A. build-
ing. Mrs. Blanche Meyers, danc-
ing instructor, has been rehears-
ing with the children for that
Silent Movies To Be Shown ] afternoon. They will wear cos-
On Wednesday evening, March'tumes ana will give a demon-
Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
in succeeding
10, at 8:30 o'clock, there will
take place at the "Y" a com-
bined general meeting of the Y.
M. H. A. and Y. W. C. A. A
short business session will open
the meeting, after which silent
old-time movies will be shown,
featuring Charlie Chaplin, Mabel
Normand, Ben Turpin and Fatty
Arbuckle. We have had many
requests for this type of enter-
tainment and the general public
ip invited, men and women, to
come here. There is no admis-
sion charge. Remember the date,
Wednesday, March 10.
To Use Facilities
At a meeting of the board of
directors of the Y. M. H. A. last
Sunday morning, permission was
granted to the Jewish Educa-
tion Association to conduct a
Hebrew School in the Y" gym-
nesium five days a week, Mon-
day through Friday, fr>m 4 to
6 o'clock. A committee com-
posed of Messrs. Louis Heiman,
Isaac Levin and Harry Simon-
hoff, made an official request
stiation of the
f^a'ures that they have learned
at the "Y." Miss Dorothy Light-
man will present her dramatics
group in a one-act comedy. She-
will also have on exhibition the
mi.tc-rials made by the children
at the "Y" in the arts and crafts
classes. The public is invited.
More details
columns.
Adds New War Project
The Y. W. H. A., always mind-
ful of furthering its war efforts,
has opened an American Red
Cross sewing workroom at its
club rooms at 1567 S. W. Fifth
Street, Miami. The sewing of
men's, women's and children's
garments will be done by volun-
teer workers on Monday and
Wednesday of each week from
various dancing 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Workers may
start at any time during these
designated days and stay for any
period Credit of hours toward
Red Cross pins will be given
for this voluntary service. Mrs
Louis Kotkin, chairman of this
TwfJiV? wC'ng assistf>d by Mrs.
David Kleber as production su-
pervisor. The public is asked
to please cooperate in this worthy
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JEWISH PALESTINE PART OF
GOAL. SENATOR DECLARES
Pittsburgh (WNS)-The United
Nations are fighting not only to I
preserve freedom, but to extend
it, and in this extension of free-
dom Jewish Palestine must oc-
Xn"wPTM PlaC' Sonator
Alben W Barkley declared at
a Land of Freedom" dinner held
here under the auspices of the
Tk W'u .Nat'onal Fund Council at
the Hotel Penn in the presence
of 850 Pittsburgh Jews and c,v
leaders.
popular
in no
hTlargraudlancV(hatKHiu;r^m" W come to prevail even
without Hitler unless domestic Fascism Is fought openly. .
GRAPEVINE TENDRILS .
Germany's black market, through which well-to-do Nails
can buy all the luxuriesand even necessitiesthat are denied
the rest of Europe's people. Is strictly a family affair, tha^oper-
ators of that black market being Nasi soldiers who managed to
bring home loot from the occupied countries Could itbe pos-
siblei that the J. H. Carp, whom the Gestapo just appointed chief-
tain of all cultural activities in The Netherlands, is identical with
the famous Spinoia scholarwho. we believe, is non Aryan? .
READER'S GUIDE ...
ReTiewers will have a hard time classifying Maurice Samuel's
new book. "The World of Sholom Aleichem" ... It s neither
anthology nor biography, but a most individualistic volume, writ-
ten with typical Samuelesque brillance. revealing a world here-
tofore unknown to practically all American readers We hope
ex-Ambassador Joseph E. Davies doesn't mind our pointing out
a minor error we just caught in his "Mission to Moscow." which
we have just reread in the new 1943 Pocket Book edition ... We
herewith inform Mr. Davies that Mrs. Maxim Litvinov is not the
sister of his old friend. Sir Sidney Low of London, but the niece
of the late editor and historian JEWISH HISTORIANS OF
THE FUTURE WILL APPRECIATE THE WORK BEING DONE
BY SAUL HAYES, DIRECTOR OF THE CANADIAN JEWISH
CONGRESS. WHO IS KEEPING A COMPLETE FILE ON THE
10.000 CANADIAN JEWS IN THE ARMED SERVICES OF THEIR
COUNTRY AND OF OTHERS OF THE UNITED NATIONS .
HAYES' RECORDS INCLUDE NOT MERELY THE NAMES,
RANKS, ETC., OF THOSE FIGHTING JEWS, BUT ALSO PHO-
TOGRAPHS. CLIPPINGS. LETTERS AND OTHER DOCU-
MENTS WHEREVER THESE ARE AVAILABLE. .
WE'RE TELLING YOU .
Launched at Baltimore last week was the S.S. Louis D.
Brandeis, a 10.000-ton Liberty ship across whose prow the cham-
pagne bottle was broken by Susan Brandeis Gilbert, daughter
of the late Supreme Court Justice Other Liberty ships may
shortly be named after Judah P. Benjamin. Secretary of War
Jefferson Davis and Haym Solomon, the Revolutionary patriot..
The memory of bombardier Sergeant Meyer Levin, you oughV
to know, will be kept alive by a bomber plane to be built with
funds raised by the Amalgamated Clothing Workers' Union, of
which the Pacific hero's father is a member The plane will
be called the Kelly-Levin Bomber, and that combination of Irish
and Jewish, like the original combination of Colin Kelly and
Meyer Levin, will soon be putting the Japs in their place .
Don't be confused, incidentally, if you continue reading about
heroic exploits by one Sergeant Meyer Levin in the air, but over
Europe For there's a Sergeant Meyer Levinno relation to
the hero we have lostwho has already received the Order of
the Purple Heart for gallantry in action in a Flying Fortress in
the European war theater. .
THIS AND THAT ..
Harry Hershfield writes in to advise us that our recent com-
plaint about the radio program. "Can You Top This?", featuring
too many Jewish jokes no longer is justified, as the program has
now been revamped We listened in the other night, and are
glad to report that Harry has done a swell job, and the program
is not only completely delightful but lots funnier than before
Cincinnatians will have the opportunity this week-end to hear a
performance, by their own symphony orchestra, of a tone poem,
entitled, "The Last Knight," composed by Mrs. Meyer (band-
leader) Davis Charlie Spivak, the trumpeter and bandleader,
has just signed a contract to record with RCA Victor, and is
proud indeed of that distinction But he's prouder still of his
son. seven-year-old Joel, who recently devised a melody which
has been published under the title. "Hop, Skip and Jump." and
for which the youngster is now receiving royalty checks .
Larry Adler. hoarder of spare harmonicaswhich he can't re-
place, since somehow or other satisfactory instruments all come
from Germanyhas been deposited in a bank vault, and he's
hoping and praying that the spares will last him till the day ol
victory will enable him to replenish his supply of those short-
lived gadgets. .
ABOUT PEOPLE ..
Our deepest sympathy to E. D. Swann. one of the head ex-
ecutives of the Cone. Belding advertising agency, whose wise,
the singer Tamaxa. was one of the passengers in the recent clipper
crash at Lisbon Swann. one of the most brilliant men in his
profession, is deeply interested In the furtherance of Christian-
Jewish relations Now it can be told that it was a patriotic
desire to conserve gasoline that brought on Paul Muni's recent
attack of sciatica Living eight miles from the nearest rail-
road station, and faced with the necessity of coming into town
V!!n. Tfek.-dJT ,* PlaT hi part in "Counsellor-at-Law," com-
muter Mum decided to use, instead of his car, a small motor-
driven scooter that burns much less gas And it was the Long
}Zt b>Fee,e? PlavinS on the players exposed extremities that
caused the sciatica From Hollywood comes the news that a
songstress Dinah Shores latest escort is Catain Marvin Schachter.
^M^r. v,aw licX.lotl in Guadalcanal ... And Pearl Harbor
tri# kSL hVavy-" Artle Shaw' who "<1 to belong to the
tribe of bandleaders, u now stationed there.
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CONGREGATION BETH DAVID BEACH JEWISH CENTER
139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
LOUIS HATMAN. Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Max
Shapiro: "Call an Assembly."
Cantor Louis Hayman. Beth
David boys' and girls' choir.
Liturgical selections.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Rev. Kalman Shapiro, father of
Rabbi Max Shapiro, will be guest
speaker. Junior services, 10:30.
Kiddush will follow. Shalosh
Scudos, 5:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wuh. At*. A Ird St., Miami Beaea
MOOTS MESCHMLOPF. Rabbi
MAURICH MAMCHB8. Canter
Friday, 8:15 p. m.. A. Louis
Mechlowitz, Miami attorney,
guest speaker: "A Civilian
Looks at Life." M. B. Frank,
president, in charge. Cantor
Maurice Manches. Community
singing.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Services:
Rabbi Mescheloff: "Gathering
Strength." Early Sabbath serv-
ice 7:30 a. m.: "What Is Kahal?"
Sabbath afternoon, Rabbi Mesch-
eloff: "Portion of the Week."
Service men's Shalosh S'oodoss
by Mrs. Ethel Schafron.
Adult classesTalmud daily 5
te 6 p. m., S. Freedman conduct-
tog. "Legends erf the Talmud"
course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi
Mescheloff, week days 6:30 to 7
p. m. Bible study period, H.
Goldin, I to 9 a. m. Saturdays. All
classes in synagogue building,
open to public.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
141R Euclid Avenue. Miami Heach
ABRAHAM D. WOLF. Cantor
Friday, 8 p. m.: Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, guest speaker: "After
the War, Peace." Cantor Abra-
ham D. Wolf and the Center
choir will conduct the musical
selections.
Saturday, 9 a. m. services
Oneg Shabat, 6 p. m.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
7(1 41at Street, Miami Beach
8. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.Rabbi S. M.
Machtei: "Meet My God." Host-
esses, social period: Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Schoenfeld, host Kiddush
occasion: Naming grandchild,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Ruben.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Service. Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei: "God Is Not
Rationed." Kiddush.
Adult classesJewish Science,
Sunday, 11 a. m.. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei: "Practical Religion."
Daily services morning and
evening.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1ST It. B. 19th St., Miami
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
Rabbi aknerltus
Friday, 8:15 p. m.-Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman: "Are We On
God's Side?" Reception to follow.
Saturday, 11:00 a. m.Services,
Rabbi CoJman A. Zwitman offi-
ciating.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
1541 S. W. Third Street. Miami
SIMON APRIL. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.Rabbi Si-
mon April, conducting; Rabbi
Louis J. Swiskow, guest speaker.
Saturday, 9:00 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion
af the Week." Shalosh Sudas
*45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
ALCOHOLISM
NERVOUS AND MENTAL
DISORDERS
Scientifically Treated
MIAMI RETREAT
FOUNDATION
Institute of Neurology
N. MIAMI AVE. at 79th St
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
s W. 17th Avenue. Miami
JOSEPH E. RACKOV8KY, Rabbi
LBWIS OREEN. SEXTON
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
8:30 p. m.; Saturday 9:00 a. m. and
6:00 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky conducting in dual capaci-
ties as rabbi and cantor, Friday
evening and Saturday morning,
sermonizing: "The Portion of the
Week." Shalosh S'oodoss. 5:45
p. m.
Adult classes: Daily Mishnais,
6-7 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Racko-
vsky, conducting.
OBITUARIES
Funeral services were con-
ducted at 3 p. m. on Monday in
the Riverside Memorial Chapel
fOr Samuel Solomon, who died'
Sunday at his home, 930 10th
Street, Miami Beach. Rabbi S.'
M. Machtei of Beth Sholom
Center officiated and the body
was sent to Tampa for burial.
A building contractor, Solomon
came here 22 years ago from
Tampa. He is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Bertha Solomon; a
daughter, Miss Joan Solomon,
both of Miami Beach, and a son,
Donald Solomon, U. S. Army.
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B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By PAUL WEITZMAN
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UNVEnJNGS
A monument was unveiled last
Sunday afternoon at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery over the grave of
Michael "Mike" Friedman, for-
mer insurance man of Miami
Rabbi S. M. Machtei of Beth
Sholom center officiated in the
presence of the immediate family
and a number of friends.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
35 N. W. Fifth Ave., Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos; Saturday
8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
preaching.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
lltl South Andrews Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale. F*la.
Reform Synanofue Serving- Hollywood,
Ft. Lauderdale and Broward Coonty
SAMUEL. HALEVT BARON, Rabbi
Sabbath services Friday g p. m.
Reception by Sisterhood.
Religious School, Sunday at 10
a. m.
Sisterhood social, open to both
men and women, for the benefit
of the Red Cross War Fund.
Monday at 8 p. m.
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Service Men's Center
canteen, Wednesday from 6 to
11 p. m.
E OF LODGE
Success is assured in the spe-
cial membership drive of Sholem
Lodge commemorating the 100th
anniversary of the founding of
B'nai B'nth, according to Lt.
(jg) E. Albert Pallot and Harold
Turk, co-chairmen of the 100th
Anniversary Membership Com-
mittee. The goal of at least 100
new members will be reached
shortly, they said, as the com-
mittee has pledged their concen-
trated efforts to go over the top
in the next few days. The latest
report shows 73 new members
obtained by the following:
Nat Roth .......................... 21
Louis Heiman ............_ 12
Paul Sobel ........................ 5
Louis Gordon................... 4
Harold Turk ............... 3
R. R. Adler ......._ 2
Joseph Socolof 2
Aaron Edelman
Isaac Levin .....
Walter Kovner
Henry Bulbin____
Ernest Sussman
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Lincoln Road Properties
Sales and Leases
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
605 Lincoln Road. Ph.6-5868
Dr. Kurt Wellisch ......_
Ben Giller _..............._......
Alex S. Cohen ................... l
Samuel Getzug .
Milton Friedman .
William Friedman
Harold Blicher ...
S. B. Miller ..........
Al Pallot ........
David Brown
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ilt Nertheeet First Street'
OLD SARATOGA INN
Bijc.ivne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725
Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon
i o.ht.ii! Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines
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Morris Kronberg ............. 1
Isador Cohen ..................... 1
Leo Ackerman .......... 1
Sol S. Goldstrom ........... 1
Maurice Cromer___............ 1
George J. Bertman ........... 1
Albert Green .......... 1
Nat Blumberg _................. l
The new members who have
joined since the publication of
the previous lists include Jack
Plotkin, Lawrence Friedman,
Norman Bamberg, Edward Auer-
bach, Daniel Epstein, Harold
Greenspan, Irving Klausman,
Rubin Levin, David Nossek, Her-
man Slepian, Irwin Abram Dur-
bin, Harry Silby, James J. Gil-
more and Lt. Robert Lewin.
The 100th anniversary mem-
bership class will be initiated at
special ceremonies on Sunday
night, March 28, at 8 o'clock at
Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th
Street, when an outstanding
speaker will be brought to Miami
for the occasion. Shortly there-
after, the dinner will be held, to
which will be invited, as guests
of the lodge, each member of
the 100th anniversary class, as
well as the lodge members who
procured the new applicants.
Buy War Bonds and Staaaps and
Insure Tour Tomorrow.
Faced with the transporta-
tion problem, which is affecting
every individual and organiza-
tion, Sholem Lodge No. 1024,
B'nai B'rith, is experimenting by
calling its next meeting for Sun-
day afternoon, March 7, at 4
p. m., to be held at the Social
Hall of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach. It is the expectation
that members will find it more
convenient and desirable to de-
vote a few of the Sunday after-
noon hours to the disposition of
important lodge matters than to
attend an evening meeting.
A report will be given on Anti-
Defamation League activities by
A. E. Bergland of the Chicago
A. D. L. office, who is in charge
of the Florida regional office
pending the appointment of an-
other regional director to suc-
ceed William I. Boxerman, erst-
while director. The report by
Mr. Bergland is certain to be of
vital interest in view of certain
developments that have recently
caused some concern.
Entertainment will be provided
by soldiers stationed at Miami
Beach. While a definite program
has not as yet been submitted,
ihe diversified talents of our
men in the armed, .forces have
evoked much admiration and ap-
preciation from their audiences,
and members may anticipate be-
ing truly entertained.
The meeting will close in time
for members to keep their din-
ner appointments.
Service Men's Duffel Bag
Sholem Lodge will have a bot-
tomless duffel bag, figuratively
at each meeting, into which mem-
bers are invited to drop ciga-
rettes, candy and other delicacies,
?u pe,rhaps sma11 practical
things that will be appreciated
by its members in the service
This will afford the opportunity
tor the lodge to remember its
members in service with Rifts
every so often. More important
to the recipients than the con-
tents of such packages will be
the fact that lodge and brethren
think of themand remember
them in a way that can be visual-
ized.
. The creation of this duffel bag
is by popular demand, and while
members are asked to keep re-
plenishing it meeting after meet-
ing, it is not contemplated that
expensive gifts be provided, but
rather such things as may be
welcomed by its members in
service.
Membership Campaign '
The membership campaign
commemorating 100 years of
service by B'nai B'rith is in its
last lap. More than 70 mem-
bers have already been proposed,
and a scant 30 more applications
will carry the drive over the
topthe goal having been set at
100. Sholem Lodge is the richer
for the campaign by the calibre
of the men who have been ad-
mitted within its portals. Many
expressions of appreciation upon
being accepted into the organi-
zation have been received by
the B'nai B'rith office, which is
indeed gratifying.
New blood will flow in the
veins of B'nai B'rith, rejuvenat-
ing it to greater effort in all its
projects, despite a present all-
high, all-out concentration of the
organization's best efforts in al]
undertakings, more especially
those directly concerned with the
war service.
It is a good augury, especially
in such turbulent times, to find
men desirous, not only of affili-
ating with, but also working in
the interests of, B'nai B'rith. And
when it is taken into considera-
tion that members receive no
pecuniary benefits, it is the more
remarkable. Too many indi-
viduals are so concerned about
what they can get from an or-
ganization that they cannot see
the trees for the forest. But
those persons who recognize that
service to the community, to
Jewry and to the country is more
valuable than monetary returns
to them, realize the merit of
B'nai B'rith.
Members are urged to make a
last concerted effort to see their
friends and get their applications
for membership before the drive
ends. The momentum already
gained will be of aid to them.
And while a dinner will be held
at which new members and their
proposers will be the guests of
Sholem Lodge, this is not held
out as an incentive to get mem-
bers, rather it is intended that
new members will orient them-
selves and get a closer perspec-
tive of the organization. The
incentive is rather that proposers
will have participated in provid-
ing an "anniversary class" of a
proportion not hitherto wit-
nessed, doing a service to then-
friends whom they will have in-
troduced into a new circle, and
to B'nai B'rith.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 5. 1943
Bragglotti and Shaw, nationally known and famed piano
team will appear hero under the auspices of the Sisterhood of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center on March 16 at the White Temple.
Under the chairmanship of Ruth Brotman. a large prominent
patron list has indicated their endorsement of the evening.
Receiving ovation at all their appearances. Bragglotti and
Shaw have received the acclaim of music critics throughout the
country A critic of Cleveland, the city known for the excellent
artists appearing th. re, stated with regard to this team Brag-
giotti and Shaw had audience of more than seven thousand in
palms- of their four hands last Friday night when they appeared
as soloists at one of our summer pop concerts. They played
seven encores and applause subsided only when lights were
turned out and pianos removed from stage. Predict great future
for this new team." ____________
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SID M rnr.ll conductor, Sunday. March 7. at
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and never has there been any ll(,n ,in,j ,s a musician whose
effort made to co-ordinate the personality and life are inter-
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cult ones. The creation of anlcnamDer music societies, musical
attitude of unity among our st.|1(1(l!s anj colleges, his untir-
pcople cannot be successfully ac- jno efforts to assist them by coun-
complished without breaking S(.j anci f encouraging by per-
down the barriers between youth !sona| appearance, have endeared
and the rest of the community |um to -dm\ made him renowned
which, in turn, have resulted jn tms fj,.|d.
from a lack of organized oppor-
tunity for sharing in the com-
munity's responsibility.
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in the minds of our adults the
fact that youth plays an essen-
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leaders of tomorrow, that these
youths shall be recognized as an "" announcement climaxed a
integral part of the community, series of new anti-Jewish meas-1
Hence, the formation of the Jew- U*f? by the Vichy authorities
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be a means of expressing the WtwewMh regulations to in-
viewpoint of the Jewish Youth ciu9e half-Jews and the arrest
of Greater Miami and in this "f :""1 Jews in Paris in a sweep-
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sistant and constructive relation-
ship between youth and the gen-
Oral adult community
While the Jewish Youth Coun-
cil will have many projects, it
is presently primarily concerned
with the campaign of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
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JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE.-226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
B'nai B'rith Lodge held a war
bond auction at the Mayflower
Hotel Tuesday night. Mayor
James M. Owens of Palm Beach
and Sholem Asch. author, at-
tended.
Odell Kominers. son of Mr
and Mrs. Abe Kominers. is leav-
ing for Camp Blanding next
Wednesday.
Mrs. Rose Schechter )i .t'22
Sheepshead Court is visiting her
sister. Mrs. Schoeoff of South
Dixie Avenue.
Pvt. Henry Goldstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. L Goldstein ar-
rived from Rice, Calif., last Sat-
urday to spend a 10-day furlough
here.
Beth El Sisterhood held a
party Thursday night at Shi;
Memorial Hall with Mrs A
Bergman, hostess.
nated lands for the release of
Jewish victims of the Hitler ter-
ror and their evacuation to coun-
tries of refuge to be named by
the Allied nations.
The demonstration demanded
also that the United States re-
jlax its immigration laws to per-
mit additional Jewish refugees
I to find sanctuary on our shores,
and called upon England to open
I the doors of Palestine to the
--------- thousands of persecuted Jews.
New York (INS)An 11-point The meeting, was sponsored by
resolution calling upon the United the American Jewish Congress.
States and other United Nations!the C. I. O. and A. F. L.. the
to take immediate action to rescue'Church Peace Union and the Fret-
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Jews to Madison Square Garden
here
More than 21.000 persons
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throughout the meetingone of
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and amplifiers brought the
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streets. Thousands of others had j
to be turned away by the police.
The adopted resolution, which
was forwarded to President
Roosevelt, urged the United Na-
tions to negotiate through neu-
tral countries with Nazi-domi-
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FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1943
+Jenlsti fhrMlari
PAGE SEVEN
WAR RECORDS
COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
NAT ROTHBERG
MRS. GEO. M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
greater mmmi nRmv mid nnuv commiiTEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
* r\
SERVICE
^ j\ ^ r\ ^
PARADE!
A COMMUNITY PROJECT
"Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services"
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, Chairman
MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chr.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mrs. Walter Bronston
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Maurice Grossman
Louis Heiman
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Morris Klass
Mrs. Murry Koran
Harry Markowitz
Nat Roth
Milton Sirlcin
Joseph Stein
Mrs. Herbert Wallach
Carl Weinkle
ABOUT OUR BOYS
HAROLD WELLBAUM Jr..
who recently earned his commis-
sion as second lieutenant in the
anti-aircraft branch of the army,
has reported for duty at Camp
Chilian, Cal., after spending a few
days with his family. He is the
son of Harold Wellbaum, 1775 S.
W. I4th Avenue. Lieutenant
Wellbaum was a sergeant when
he was appointed to officer can-
didate school at Camp Davis,
PFC. RICHARD EHRLICH.
son of Mrs. Paula Ehrlich of 1283
N. W. 42nd Street, quit Andrew
Jackson Senior High School to
enter the army after taking A.
N. Y. A. radio course.
He was assigned to the army
air forces after his induction at
Camp Blanding, Fla., and was so
proficient in the operation and
maintenance of radio that he was
designated as an instructor be-
fore he received his orders to
overseas duty.
A Message from the Chairman ot Army-Navy Committee
Dear Friends: Eleven month* have pasted since the Greater Miami and Navy Committee was formed to
cooperate In the national program of the Jewiah Welfare Board. When, at the outbreak of World War II. the
United Statei Army and Navy began to send large numbers of men into the Miami area for training, several
Jewish groups independently of each other undertook to provide special services for the Jewish men in uni-
form. These activities were conducted without any central planning. To remedy the situation and to provide
better facilities, over 100 people, representing a cross-section of the Jewish community, were organized into
the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee.
Into the comparatively brief period of its existence, the Committee has done much to coordinate various
services to men in the Armed Services. From the outset, the Committee announced that it had no intention
to supersede existing groups, but rather would act at a planning and policy-making body. Today, it sets
the general policy for the following four service men's facilities which are open to Jew and non-Jew alike:
the Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association, the Miami Beach Jewish Center, the Beth Jacob
Service Men's Center, and the Miami Beach Service Men's Center.
home hospitality. The public relations and war records committee interprets the work of the committee to
the general community and compiles lists of Jewish men who have answered the call to the colors. The finance
committee secures funds with which to advance the program. In 1943 the army and navy committee's activi-
ties will be flnancied largely through the Miami Jewish Federation,.
The four agencies under the supervision of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee now are serving
approximately 2,000 men weekly. How well these facilities are meeting the spiritual, recreational and social
needs of the service men may be Judged from the unsolicited letters received and the reception our facilities
re receiving.
With appreciation of the role that you, as an interested member of the Jewish, community, are playing In
our program, I am, s *
Yours for Victory,
SAM BLANK, Chairman,
Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee.
AVIATION CADET MARTIN
LEVINE. formerly of 1568 Drexel
Avenue, Miami Beach, is now
training to be a pilot and second
lieutenant in the army air forces
at Souther Field, near Americus,
Ga. He reported for primary
training last month and soloed
in eight hours and 33 minutes.
He is a graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School and attended
the University of Florida for two
years before entering the army.
A promotion finds RAY E.
MARTIN, now a corporal at the
army air forces basic flying
school at Courtland, Ala. He is
the son of Mrs. Bertha Travers
Martin of 5455 N. W. Fifth
Avenue.
At the same post is recently
promoted Sgt. Leon Levin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Levin of
1941 N. W. Flagler Terrace.
PVT. HERMAN "HANK"
BARNETT. formerly employed
at Intercontincnt Aircraft Corp.,
as a mctalfitter, is now in the
army, stationed at Fort Ord. Cal.
During his tour of duty with the
army, his wife, Mrs. Roslyn Bar-
nett, is residing at 820 Meridian
Avenue, Miami Beach.
THIS WEEK WE
SALUTE
JULIUS GOSTEL
Son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. GosteL
S360 S. W. Second Street.
Citation received from Ad-
miral Nimitz.
Forward March!]
The following are a few of the
many men from Greater Miami
who have entered the Armed
Service during the past few days:
Irving I. Barasch
Seymour Berman
Irving Blum
Nathan Drucker
Alfred Herman
Sidney Hyman
David M. Kaplan
Sam Levine
Julius Nathan
Ben Nathanson
Jack Neham
Stanley I. Ratner
Morris Raff
Sandy Rosenthal
Richard L. Schwartz
Irving Solomon
Herman Kahn
Morton B. Stern
Next weekMore names.
Fill out coupon on Page 1;
mail or phone information
box 2973, Miami; phone
2-1141.
It is the duty of you, the par-
ents, relatives and friends of
these and all other men now in
the service to fill out the Perma-
nent War Record blank found on
the front page of this edition,
and return same to the commit-
tee in charge, who need your help
so that we will, for all time, have
a record of the services your boy
rendered to our country during
World War No. 2.
Service Parade is devoted to
news of our boys in the Armed
Service. Please send your boys'
letters and news Items of inter-
est to War Records Committee,
P. O. Box 2973, or phone Service
Parade Editor care of Jewish
Floridian2-1141.
ROLL OF HONOR
LIEUT. LESTER
GLICKFIELD
Lt. Lester
1029 Euclid
Beach, was
Glickfield, 22, of
Avenue, Miami
reported by the
army recently as
missing after his
small plane
plunged into
San Francisco
Bay, an Associ-
ated Press dis-
patch said.
G 1 i c k f ield's
nearest kin was
listed as an
aunt, Fay Fried-
man, New York
City. He was a resident of Mi-
ami Beach for 12 years, a gradu-
ate of Miami Beach Senior High
School and attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and University of
Illinois before enlisting in the
army air forces Jan. 8, 1942.
Glickfield flew here from Luke
Field, Ariz., last October to visit
Artie Friedman at the Surrey
Hotel, Miami Beach.
He was the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Glickfield of Newark, N. J.
From the Miami area assigned
to Bainbridge Army Air Field
in Georgia for duty. LT. WIL-
LIAM JOSEPH, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Joseph, 622 15th
Street, Miami Beach, is there as
an instructor.
rEWISH SERVICE MEN
IN WORLD WAR 2
The part that Jewish
service men are playing in
the Armed Forces has foupd
expression in numerous edi-
torials and syndicated col-
umns and in statements by
public officials. It is your
patriotic duty to give in-
formation to this "Service
Parade" any interesting in-
formation about your boy
who is now in the Armed
Service. Send us his let-
ters, photos and his com-
ments. And remember we
want the Service Record
blank filled in. Do it nowl
Service Men Bits
LT. LOUIS SEITLIN and his
wife were 4in Miami last week
visiting his parents. Called back
to Washington on the third of a
10-day furlough, his folks await
further word.
HAROLD SCHWARTZ, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz,
left this week for Columbia Uni-
versity, where he will receive
training relative to attaining a
commission in the U. S. Navy.
LT. BERNARD FRANK is in the
. city visiting his parents, Mr. and
iMrs. Morris B. Frank of Miami
Beach. He is spending a 10-day
furlough here.
ROBERT "BOB" EPSTEIn left
last week for Camp Blanding,
where he' will enter the service as
a camouflage expert. Bob is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ep-
stein and was a cartoonist for
the daily publications here in
addition to being a member of
the firm of Printing Arts.
LT. DAVE FLEEMAN and his
wife arc in the city visiting
friends and relatives.
MILTON WASMAN left this
week for Dartmouth College,
where he will receive his indoc-
trination as an ensign in the
navy. His wife will accompany
him as far as New York.
LT. E. ALBERT PALLOT
(jg) also left this week for Dart-
mouth, where he will receive his
preliminary training before reg-
istering for active duty.
JEWS ON ALL FRONTS
Julius Gostel, age 25, a Mi-
amian who is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gostel, 3360 S. W. Second
Street, a chief signalman in the
United States Navy, was cited for
gallantry in action by Admiral
Nimitz. The citation says that
[Gostel performed "in a most ef-
fiicent manner, insuring fast and
accurate communication between
commander-in-chief and the ships
of the fleet, although exposed to
severe strafing and bombing at-
tack at Pearl Harbor."
"The first we saw of the Japa-
nese attackers was when they
soared in over the harbor," is
the way Gostel tells it. He was
up on the signal tower just south
of the harbor that morning. "In
a few seconds I saw the first
bomb dropped on Fort Island,
where the naval air station is
located, and from then on it was
a mass of catastrophe."
Then, says Gostel, the first
enemy plane was hit. It looked
like a streak of fire racing across
the sky, and it seemed like
everyone stopped fighting for a
second to cheer when it crashed
to the ground.
Gostel's job was to keep in
touch with the fleet and direct
traffic in the channel leading to
the harbor, and "we didn't have
time to think of getting hurt,"
says Gostel. "Everybody was
busy with a job to do and he
did it without thought of in-
jury."
The young singalman was back
home in Miami recently on a
well-earned furlough after also
participating in the African In-
vasion. Of the American Inva-
sion at Africa, he said, "Every-
one was anxious to get in there
and get it over with after months
of training for the new Allied
war offensive. Everyone, even
down to the youngest in their
first encounter, behaved beauti-
fully and did a grand job in the
invasion of the African Coast.
I saw plenty of action, but came
through unhurt."
"We salute" this week, Julius
Gostel.
I. Q. GROSS, formerly of Mi-
ami Beach, has been promoted
from private, first class, to cor-
poral at the army air forces prov-
ing ground at Eglin Field, Fla.
He was inducted into the army
May 26.
PVT. JACK H. METZGER,
stationed at Camp Blanding, is
the son of Mrs. Ruth B. Metzger,
612 15th Street, Miami Beach.
VICTOR M. ADAMUS, 2321
S. W. 21st Terrace, Miami, and
ELY HAIMOWITZ, 937 Washing-
ton Avenue, Miami Beach, were
among 600 graduates of the offi-
cer training school at Camp Lee,
Va., when the new quartermaster
school was cum miss ion <'d.
HATS OFF!
to the
FIGHTING GROSSMAN'S
of Pittsburgh
Six of the boys are now on
active duty stationed through-
out the world. Two other
boys have already been clas-
sified and are ready to re-
port. So, we say, "Hats off*
to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gross-
man
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Miami Beach
Green Bros.
66 N. E. 24th St.
Hub Dry Goods
129 N. E. Miami Avs.
Jack C. Jayson
Miami
Donald Lavigne Uniforms
114 N. E. Second Ave.
Markowitz & Resnick
1216 N. E. Second Ave.
Miami Iron & Metal Co.
2481 N. W. 32nd Ave.
Miami Rug Co.
100 8. Miami Ave.
Palmer Funeral Chapel
Sidney H. Palmer, Resident Owner
Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc.
160 E. Flagler St.
Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant
170 N. W. Fifth 8t.
J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins
145 N. Miami Ave.
Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan
Langford Building
Standard Wholesale Grocery Co.
149 N. E. 10th St.
Joseph R. Stein
Miami, Florida
Sybil's Women's Apparel
76 S. E. First St.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 5. 1943
PAGE EIGHT

HI tell you WHY the
Federation Needs Are Greater
this year
SOIICITOR "Because the need* are much greater and many
of our lame contributors have left Miami or are serving in
tho armed lorcea. those remaining in our community are
asked to give $35,000 more in 1943 than in 1942 to meet the
urgent needs overseas, local army-navy needs and war
time budgets ol our local and national welfare agencies.
YOU "I have already given considerably this year to the
War Cht, and will give to the Red Cross, and 1 buy defense
bonds.'
01ICITOR "American lows have an additional and peculiar
obligation of their own namely, to aid the Jewish victims
0i war and persecution for whom NO non sectarian relief
is available."
YOU: "Door the United States government endorse the work
ol the U I A ?"
SOLTCFTOR: "That il correct. Various government leaders,
including President Roosevelt. Attorney General Biddle and
Secretary M the Navy Knox. strongly urge the continuation
o! the rescue activities of the I. D. C U. P. A., and the Na
tional Refugee Service."
YOU "Does the money spent lor immigration
really help people come to this country?"
assistance
SOLICITOR: "In 1942 alone over seven thousand seven hiuv
dred refugeee In Europe have been brought to the United
States, South America and Palestine."
YOU How does my money get overseas where it can aid
the victims ol oppression?"
SOLICITOR "Under U. S. Treasury licensee. American dollars
ate put into the frown asset accounts (in this country) of
European neutral states. Eauivalent amounts in foreign
currency are released in the individual countries. In 1942,
treasury licenses totaling $1,500,000 were thus issued to the
1 D. C."
YOU In what countries have lewish refugees been helped?"
SOLICITOR Funds are reaching the 800.000 Polish-Jews ex
iled to Siberia and Asiatic Russia. Money has also gone
to unoccupied France. Portugal. Sweden. Spain. Switzer-
land. Turkey. North Africa. South America."
YOU: I can see where the Jews in Europe need our help,
but why must we contribute to the Jews in Central South America?"
SOLICITOR: In Central and South Amertos there are 113.000
refugees. Axis agents are making intensive efforts to stir
up trouble by exploiting the presence of these refugees.
The needs ot these Jews tor food clothing, medical care.
etc.. is $500,000 and must be met if the doors of these coun-
tries are to remain open tor future immigration."
YOU: What are the Palestine funds to be used for?"
SOLICITOR Palestine needs $8 037 527 in 1942 to help estab
lish the newcomers. Over 300.000 persons have found
refuge in Palestine since 1933. It's one of the few countries
where doors remain open to ths oppressd."
YOU: "Hasn't the war prevented overseas relief?"
SOLICITOR: "No. It has meant a shifting of emphasis in the
program of overseas relief, rather than to a yjPJgf-jf
etiort. In 1942. the J. D. C. was able to help 130.000 men.
women and children in 50 countries on hve continent^
While nothing can be done today in Nan Germany, there
still isn't enough money to carry on the work in the lands
in which the agencies are free to operate.
YOU: "Why should money go to help refugees in this
country?"
SOLICITOR: "They have proven to be most deserving. Not
a single one has been deported for having become a public
charge. In 1942. the N. R. S. was able to place 1.600 as
doctors, scientists, rabbis, and musicians. 13,500 Jewish
refugees have been resettled in 1,900 cities and towns.
YOU: "What does the money do for me as an American Jew?"
SOLICITOR: "The Greater Miami Jewish Federation con-
tributes generously to all agencies, local and national, en-
gaged in the battle of civic protection for minority groups.
The need to fight the subversive elements is as great today
as before the war. Hospitals, orphanages, cultural insti-
tutions, Jewish youth programs are encouraged to help our
people become better Jews and better and healthier Ameri-
cans. Every Federation agency is doing its share to aid in
the war effort and needs greater support this year."
YOU. "But our local Jewish agencies must be kept alive, too!"
SOLICITOR: "Yes, and by giving to this campaign you sup-
port seven local Jewish agencies including our army-navy
work, our Y. M. H. A., our Jewish Education program, our
Federation itself, which works all year to develop our com-
munity welfare programs.
YOU: "But how can I give at one time enough to support for
a full year all 45 agencies included in this campaign?"
SOLICITOR: "You don't have to pay your pledges all at once.
Make your pledge for the entire year now. If you wish
you can now make your January and February payments.
You can have the remaining 10 months to meet the balance
of our pledge. Your welfare agencies operate 12 months
of the year, and your generosity will insure 365 days of life
and help to your people who need your support."
YOU: "But how about Income Tax?"
SOLICITOR: "The United States Government wishes to en-
courage giving to charitable causes. Your contribution to
Federation is deductible from your net income in making
your tax returns. Now that taxes are so much higher you
can afford to give much more at a lower net cost to you."
YOU:" I have a lot to think over. I will make a contribution!"
SOLICITOR: "This is a war year. Energy, time. gas. and ares
must be conserved. Make your contribution when you cam
called on. If you are invited to a campaign meeting, attend
and by your gift you will be encouraging others and will
be patriotic by conserving the energy of solicitors. Give
now. Don't make it necessary for additional calk to be
made."
1943 Victory Appeal for Overseas Rescue Work, Palestine Redemption,
Local Army-Navy and Welfare Activities
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
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