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The Jewish Floridian ( March 19, 1943 )

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ffiJemsti FBariidliiai in P9 VOLUME 16—No. 12 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 19. 1943 PRICE 10 CENTS Workers Set (or Federation Drive Starting Sunday JEWS ARE URGED 10 APPEAL FOR AID New York (WNS)-An appeal from the remaining Jews in Nazioccupied Poland, smuggled out of that country through underground channels, called upon the American Jewish community to approach the Pope for his aid in halting the bloody mass murder of Jews in Poland. The desperate appeal, made S ublic here this week by the ewish Labor Committee, urged the United Nations to take "extraordinary steps" against German nationals in their countries in order to force the Nazis to halt their mass extermination program in the occupied countries. The appeal, which bore tjie signatures of two Polish Jewish leaders well known to the Jewish Labor Committee, revealed that a bitter battle occurred last January in the Warsaw ghetto when "tons of Germans and a few hundred Jews" killed, when Nazi extermination squads invaded the Jewish ghetto to "liquidate" the remaining Jewish population. La Paz, Bolivia (WNS)—The Bolivian government announced this week that it has instructed its consulates in Europe to issue immigration visas to 100 Jewish refugee children. FEDERATION SABBATH All religious institutions of Greater Miami will feature "Federation" this Friday evening and sermon topics will be devoted to the campaign with some of the pulpits occupied by Federation representatives. CELEBRATION WILL BE HELD ON MARCH 21 Children of all Sunday schools in Greater Miami will demonstrate unity and strength at a gala Purim celebration to be held Sunday morning at the Capitol Theater at 10 o'clock. An appropriate program will be presented, and a moving picture will be shown. "Hamman Tashin" will be distributed after the program. All teachers and pupils are asked to come to the Capitol Theater Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. EDEN-PRESIDENT JEWISH SERVICE MEN CAN REQUEST KOSHER FOODS New York (WNS)—Every attempt will be made for observant Jewish members of the armed forces to have Kosher foods for Passover, it was announced this week by the Jewish Welfare Board. The JWB outlined the following method for Jewish service men to follow immediately, so that the distribuion of these foods can be put into operation wherever possible. Should there be neither a Jewish chaplain nor a JWB worker available, the Jewish members of the armed forces should write to the Jewish Welfare Board at 220 Fifth Avenue, New York City, stating their desire for Kosher Passover foods. The national office will endeavor to fill all requests. NAMES ON PAGE 8 A list of Federation officers, officials and volunteer workers will be found on page 8 of this week's edition. Names of additional volunteers received too late for classification will be printed next week. Washington (WNS) — Possible joint action to save as many as possible of the 5,000,000 Jews facing certain extinction in Nazioccupied Europe and agreement on the post-war refugee problem in Europe and among the subjects to be discussed between British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and President Roosevelt and other government officials, authoritative sources here stated this week. The arrival here of Mr. Eden for conferences on war and postwar problems with President Roosevelt and other American leaders was linked with recent addresses bby Under-Secretary of State Sumner Welles advocating joint conferences among the United Nations now for the solution of problems arising out of the war. Mr. Welles disclosed recently that the United States had suggested to Great Britain that representatives of these two major United Nations meet in Ottawa for a "preliminary exploration" of the vast refugee problem which will beset Europe after the war unless concrete plans are devised now to cope with the situation. Federation Workers] to Hold Rally Saturday NightTat 9 o'Clock; J.D.C. Worker Talks DRIVE INFORMATION Campaign headquarters of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 1943 drive will be maintained at 1002 Congress Building. A call to 3-5411 will elicit any information desired by workers or members of the community. RABBI MACHTEI TO SPEAK ON JUDAISM ON MARCH 25 Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the Beth Sholom Center, Miami Beach, will be the fourth rabbi to speak at the "Y" in the series of lectures for the Institute on Judaism. His talk will take place March 25 at 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Machtei will speak on "Practices of the Jewish Faith." He will stress the emotional value of the ritual and practices in the daily life of the Jew. There is no charge and the public is Invited. PRESIDENT OF B'NAI B'RITH PRESIDES OVER MEETING DEMANDS ALLIES WARN NAZIS ON BRUTAL TACTICS New York—Acting to broaden the base of the American Jewish Assembly, the Executive Committee of the assembly, at its second meeting since the Pittsburgh conference convened by B'nai B'rith. authorized arrangements for bringing into the assembly the Council of Fraternal Federations of America, representing eight organizations, as we'll as Jewish youth organizations. The March meeting of the American Jewish Assembly's Executive Committee, which was presided over by Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith. also rereived a preliminary report from the committee on elections. A final report is to be given at the April meeting when full rules for electing the 325 community delegates and the 125 delegates from national organizations to the assembly will be submitted. COUNCIL OF CHURCHES CALLS UPON PRESIDENT London (WNS)—Dr. C. F. Garbett. the Archbishop of York. demanded this week that the I United Nations broadcast a stern warning to Germany that harsh punishment will be meted out to all those responsible for the i atrocities against the Jews The archbishop demanded also that Jewish refugees be given sanctuary "wherever the British flan flies." "I ask this broadcasting of Allied determination to punish in the hope it may stay the hands. Some, at any rate, of the criminals,'' the archbishop said. "Fear sometimes is effective when mercy makes no appeal. We must make it plain refugees from this horror can find refuse wherever the British flag flies. Cincinnati (WNS)—The Council of Churches meeting in this city recently, called upon President Roosevelt to do all possible to save the Jews in Nazi-occupied countries. FLORIDIAN OFFICE HAS LIST OF 67 ESCAPEES STANLEY C. MYERS. CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN A list of 67 names of Jews who escaped Lithuania, Lativa and Esthonia was made public this week and is on file at the Jewish Floridian office. This is the second list received by the Joint Distribution Committee of these refugees' names in Asiatic Russia. The list gives city of origin and present addresses. MEETINGS AT TEMPLE Report meetings of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation drive will be held at Temple Israel from 9 to 10 p. m. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday evenings. A different program will be presented nightly in addition to reports of workers received and tabulated. Formally opening the 1943 once-a-year annual campaign, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will inaugurate the "Kick Off at a workers' campaign rally Saturday evening, March 20, at Temple Israel. Starting at 9 p. m. to enable the observance of the Purim Megillah reading in the synogogues, the meeting will feature an address by Louis Sobel, international representative of the Joint Distribution Committee, who has just returned to this country after a nine monhs' rtay in Lisbon, Portugal. Mr. Sobel will render an eyewitnessed report of the current and actual happenings in the war-torn countries abroad. He will relate facts and details that have been unable to pass censorship and reproduction in the press and radio. Mr. Sobel was in direct charge of the evacuation of 600 homeless Jewish refugee children in France, of %  which only 300 were successful 1 in being removed. His appear( ances made since his return have stamped him as a reliable mi formant of the true chaotic scene abroad with particular regard to the French and Spanish refugee problem. This problem that he has directed from Lisbon covers refugees from all the occupied countries of Europe. Mr. Sobel's background of J5 \( an of this type work includes his being a member of the executive conference of the National Council Social Welfare Group. He was director Of the Jewish Employment Service of the New York Federation and spent much time in Jewish Social Welfare work. Stanley C. Myers, campaign chairman of the current drive starting Sunday, March 21. and lasting for 1(1 clays, has urged .ill workers and their friends to be present at the "Kick Off" rally Saturday evening to hear this front-line report. Mr. Myers added that all Greater Miami I Jewry was invited. Division heads have organized more than 600 volunteer workers : into teams for the solicitation i which will see the canvassing of 1 the complete Greater Miami JewI ish citizenry which will procure I contributions to raise a $135,977—1943 goal. These funds conj tributed as the individual's personal responsibility will furnish the finances towards the maintainence of 45 local, national and international organizations giving aid to every phase of the humanitarian and upbuilding program of the Jewish people ATTEND } FEDEMTI0I1 KKK0FF RBUV SA TURD A Y, 9 P. M. fEUIPlE ISRAEL FEDERATION GOES TO WAR SEE PAGE 8



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PAGE TWO vJewlstncrkilari FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1943 ORGANIZATION ACTIVIT ES tmaiiffliimnwf'i; u unir'-irrniaiungiiimiiiiiiiiiaiii i;iiiiiuinjnrn-n miiimau iimamniwi—iMBUiiirimwiliinn i i;111MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. NATIONAL HOME FOR JEWISH CHILDREN The Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will hold their next meeting Tuesday, March 23, at the Y. M. H. A. at 1:30 p. m., preceded by • board meeting at One of the most outstanding and successful balls ever staged by the M. J. O. C. was held last Sunday evening at the Moose Hall. ITie affair was a huge social and financial success due to, -. the untiring efforts of Leo Kap m M !" M y ro Newman Ian. general chairman, and Mrs. vice-president, recently returned Goldie Mandell, co-chairman. A. fronl a l "P to the mother orgamsnappy revue was presented untlon at Denver, will speak to the der the direction of Sidney H. members and draw a word picPalmer, who acted as master of S"5 <* the ork bein S done ceremonies for the evening. The highlight of the evening was the Queen Esther contest, sponsored under the direction of Mrs. Joe Zalis and Mrs A. I. Orlansky. who were in charge of the contest. Miss Shanna Levinshon, Miss LuciMc Cropper and Miss Evelyn Roscnthal participated in the contest. Miss Cropper emerging the winner. She was led to the ball by the sponsors and crowned with appropriate pomp and seated on the throne, while the other two young ladies acted as nunds of honor Chester Craig and his orchestra { played while Bobby Joseph, with the assistance of Miss Phyllis ShuUnaa, entertained, featuring songs and dances. Miss Doris Feldnsan. well-known pianist, rendered several selections. Dedication of an elaborate memorial tablet adorning the wall of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is scheduled to be held between the Passover and Shuvoth holidays. Among those already subscribed to the memorial are Nathan. Jack and Rachel Adelman in memory of their father, Herman L. Adelman. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB there. On Tuesday, April 8. at 12 noon, the Greater Miami Chapter will hold their annual donors' luncheon at the Club May fair. West Flagler Street at 18th Avenue. The entire floor show of the club will entertain. Reservations are being accepted by Mrs. Myron Newman, 3-4147, and Mrs. I. Miller, 9-2082. cochairmen of the affair. The 14th Annual Purim Carnival of Beth Jacob Congregation will be held Sunday at 8:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach Senior High School Auditorium, 1421) Drexel Avenue. Featured on the program will be the cast of the Five o'Clock Club, the Pago Pago Room, Charlie's Inn, the Riptide, the 634 Club and many others. Leading the committee are M. B. Frank, H. Wasserman, H. Weiss, D. Goldstein. M. Felt. Mrs. B. H. London, Mrs. A. R. Berow and others. WORKMEN'S CIRCLE PIONEER WOMEN ORGANIZATION HANITA CLUB The Greater Hanita Club of the Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine sponsored a card party Tuesday, March 9. at the Belvedere Hotel. Mrs. R. Jonkel was chairlady for the afternoon and was assisted by Mrs. El'swing. Mrs. Joseph. Mrs. Karp and sister and Mrs. Wolk. Plans for a seminary to be instituted by the group will be announced soon. Branch 692 of the Workmen's Circle of Greater Miami will give a Purim performance and musical concert March 21 at the Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, for the benefit of the Workmen's Circle Jewish School of the Southern District. The program, under the direction of the Cultural Committee, consists of three one-act plays, "It Is a Lie" by the famous Jewish humorist. Sholom Aleichem; "The Doctor" by B. Kovner and "The Purim Scene of King Lear" by Jacob Gordon. Musical selections will be rendered by Miss Anyuta Mclicov and Mrs. Ethel Baron. MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE Miami Service League of the Y. M. H. A. held a board meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Jacob Stone, 1884 S. W. 10th Street. Plans for a Victory Belle party were completed Presentation of pins and state-wide cards will be made by an army officer and Victory Belles will receive credit for the number of hours given to civilian defense. A program of entertainment has been arranged and refreshments will be served. The party will take place at the home of Mrs. Henry Shier, 1236 S. W. 21st Terrace, Tuesday, March 23. at 8 p. m. Mrs. George Chertkof Mian* Jewish Orthodox Sister-! is chairman of the affair, assisted hood is holding a meeting at the by Mrs. M. Rosenberg, Mrs H BETH SHOLOM CENTER synagogue at 590 S. Vf. 17th Avenue Tuesday evening, March 23. at 8 o'clock. Members of the congregation are invited. BEACH COM. CENTER Sunday evening. March 21, at 8 p. m. at the Social Hall, installation of the newly-elected officers and directors of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will take place. A musical program is prepared and refreshments will be served. la the afternoon at 3 o'clock Kauft'man. Mrs. H. Steig and Mrs. M. Furman. BETH DAVID The Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor its annual traditional Purim card and mah jong party Sunday evening, March 21, at 8 o'clock at the Beth David Auditorium. Purim edibles will be served and prizes awarded. Mrs. Harry Oliphant, president, will welcome members and friends. A si r\ ice flag, in the form of a Mogen Dovid, will be dedicated v I" laj 1 vi ning, March 31, Mrs• Moika Reich superintendent I r the members ol the congrenng. for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In HAM FE >E PEMtAL •t MIAMI JtlAJftft A SAVINGS msTrrunoH Wklch has never paid 1M 3% on insured Mviaom. RESOURCES OVEH M.OM.OOO J. M. urrcm. Pseskiont 4 MOBTHEAST FUST A V E M U I Buy Your Wur Saving* Bond* Here Beth Sholom Sisterhood will furnish the refreshments to be served tomorrow night after the nading of the Megillah at 7:45 p. m. Pupils of the religious school will be on hand to observe the traditional custom during the reading of the Book of Esther. The center will be hosts to its mi tnbers at a Purim party at 8 p. m. Sunday. There will be entertainment, games, refreshments and a surprise event of exceptional merit. Members of Beth Sholom and of the Sisterhood are asked to bring friends and neighbors. SPINOZA FORUM Dr. Morris Schneer of New York will be the guest speaker this Saturday at 3:30 p. m. at the Spinoza Forum, meeting on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street, between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Dr. Scheer's topic will be "How To Adjust Your Mental and Physical Being In War Time." Next Saturday afternoon Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will come to the Spinoza Forum to review the book, "The Last Time I Saw Pans." Investing in War Bonds today, means the purchasing of freedom for tomorrow. TOWER THEATRE •. W. 8TH ST. AT 16th AVE. OPEN AT 1:46 P. M. Fri., Mar. 19th, Last Day LLOYL NOLAN MICHAEL SHAYNE DETECTIVE in "TIME TO KILL" WITH HEATHER ANGEL EXTRA! RUSSIA 1943 Startling Authentic Revealing m M "IfflBCH Of Til • • Starts Sat at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. thru Tues.. Mar. 20-23 Deanna Durbin (She's Dynamite) as "THE AMAZING MRS. HOLLIDAY" TEMPLE ISRAEL The annual Purim lunch of the Temple Israel Sisterhood will take place on Sunday noon, March 22, in Kaplan Hall at Temple Israel. Mrs. Janet K Jacobs and Mrs. Samuel Katz are co-chairmen. Dr. J. H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will speak on the signifi; cance of the Purim Festival and Mrs. Sidney Weintraub will ; speak on a most timely and important subject, "Women's Work j In a World at War." Mrs. Harold : B. Spaet will preside. Program chairman is Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman. Reservations for the' luncheon meeting are $1.00 per person. Sisterhood me:bcrs and ; their friends are invited to atj tend. SCHAAREI ZEDEK Annual flower day, a nationally sponsored event of the Gewerkschaften Campaign will be observed locally starting Saturday night and Sunday under the auspices of the Great Miami Pioneer Women's Organization Volunteers will canvass Greater ; Miami Jewry throughout the pp. riod which is observed on the Purim Festival. The funds will be used to aid in the labor program of the organization. I B'NAI B'RI TH GIRLS = 1 Tuesday evening, March 9. the B'nai B'rith girls held a tea for pledges at the home of Miriam Shineberg. New pledges are ; Sarah Rose Schwartz, Shirley Ross and Natalie Hoffman. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN HADA SSAH The business and professional unit of Hadassah. Miami branch, will hold its regular meeting en Monday evening, March 22, at 8:30 o' clock at the home of its president. Miss Polly Gershon, 1506 Meridian Avenue. Miami Bench. Plans will be made for a study group to acquaint the members with the history, aims and present-day war effort activities of Hadassah. Mrs. Edward I. Lovitz will supervise the formation of this group. The cultural chairman, Sara Lightman, will present a quiz program and refreshments will be served. Planning a complete evening In observance of the Purim holiday. Congregation Sehaaroi and I it Women's Auxiliary will start' Sunday evening's program with I a congregational supper at the' synagogue. 1545 S. W. Third i Street, with serving from 5:30 to 7:30. This will be followed by a Purim play to be presented by the children of the religious school under the direction of Rabbi Simon April, spiritual leader. This, in turn, will be followed at 8 o'clock by a card and mah jongg party with entertainment and refreshments during the evening. Mrs. S. Miller. Mrs. P. Sokoloff. Mrs. E. Gold. Mrs. Pauline Rappaport and Mrs. Frieda Kaplan will serve as hostesses. The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OP HIS OFTIC1 te 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldf., Suite MIAMI BEACH Far the Practice of General Dentistry i*^



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FRIDAY. MARCH 19. 1943 *Jewlsti ftcrkUati PAGE THREE SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS iuuiumuiiiiin.iiiiiiiiiiiiifliii|i>i|ii 'I'wnwiitniinmiiiiiimiwimniiiiiiMii'i: i iiiuni.iinmiuiiir iiwmiti um : WEDDINGS The chapel of Beth Sholom Center was the scene last Sunday evening of the marriage of Set. William Rosenzveig and Miss Miriam Gitel Short. Officers and members of the center and of the Beth Sholom Sisterhood were the "Mechuttonim." CEREMONIALS BAR MITZVAH Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Datz announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son Bernard Saturday morning at services at Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Shapiro will respond to the youth's address with a sermon, "Remember the Past." The Britji Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lakin, 1101 %  Fouth Street, Miami Beach, took | place at St. Francis Hospital last Saturday morning with Rabbi S. i M. Machtei, officiating. The Pidyon Haben of the son of Mr. and Mrs. "Sonny" Schaffer, 1637 S. W. Sixth Street, took place Sunday afternoon in the presence of many friends and relatives. Rabbi S. M. Machtei presided over the ceremonies and Henry Cohen was the Kohain. PERSONALS Abraham Zinnamon, 4326 Sheridan avenue, is recuperating at home after a fall from a ladder, which necessitated his being placed in a cast. Celebrating his 69th birthday, David Singer was host Monday evening to a large gathering at his home, 1786 S. W. 10th Street. Formerly of Cleveland, Mr. Singer has now made his home here with his wife and takes an active part in the work of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Guests present included: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Singer, Mr. and Mrs. S. Marx, S. Stone, Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. B. Alpert, Mr. and Mrs. Willncr, Mr. and I Mrs. Sam Luby, Mr. and Mrs. I Louis Luby, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lcschel, Dr. and Mrs. Propper, Mr. and Mrs. L. Green, I Mr. and Mrs. Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. Catofsky, Mr. and Mrs. Lev, j Columbus, Ohio ,and Mrs. Lifshitz. ARTIST SPENDS VACATION AT BEACH WITH RELATIVE To a,.or. Y u ,U reaular soppW of Manischewitx MO.XO and Matzo ProductsJor Passover, wo urge tl MANISCHEWITZ MATZO Matzo Meal • Farfel • Cake Meal • Egg Matzo Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cohn, 4561 Prairie Avenue, are spending a 1 brief vacation in Orlando, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson have with them their son, I Louis, home for a month's stay from the Berkshire School of 1 Boston. Mrs. Camille Baum left for New York Sunday to attend the Bar Mitzvah of a grandson. She will spend about two weeks in the North. Mrs. I. S. Perse, 4444 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, is recovering from a siege of illness during the past weeks, which had confined her to bed. Edward Rosenstein is recuperating at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Rosenstein, 2300 Alton Road, from the effects of an emergency operation performed at San Diego, Calif., prior to his return to Miami Beach. Mrs. Joe Borchan and daughter Sonny of Jacksonville are guests of the Alfred Morris family. Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Nash have just returned from their honeymoon in New York City. Mrs. Nash is the former Ruth Leider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Leider. The couple will reside in Miami. Lt. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner returned to their home in Atlanta after spending a six weeks' j sojourn with relatives and friends. Nat Blumberg returned to the ; city after spending a week in Savannah where he attended the unveiling of a memorial for his mother. He was accompanied by Maurice Grossman, who participater in the ceremonies. MSI */T>-'rs~"j'~'jS. i&M m. Prize-winning and gifted Wil; liam Kapell. the youngest artist ever to be chosen for the Town j Hall Endowment Series Award, is I spending a brief vacation in MiI ami Beach with his uncle. Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Young Kapell is making his first extensive piano tour this winter, ranging from an appearance on the Princeton University course and with the St. Louis Symphony to recitals on many important community concert courses. He received a tremendous ovation when he played in Town Hall Jan. 20 of this year, and the music critics pronounced him a very great and gifted young American pianist. The boy's talent was first recognized by Jose Iturbi. who heard the youngster play at a settlement school concert. His first teacher was Mrs. Dorothy Anderson La Follette. Later he studied at Julliard with Olga Samaroff Stokowski. Despite his years, William Kapell has won several major awards. In 1941 he won both the Youth Contest of the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Naumburg Foundation Award. In 1942 he was selected for the Town Hall Endowment Series Award. Interest In him ran so high that last summer he was engaged as soloist with the New York Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra at the Lewisohn Stadium. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need •'"V^T, ••'•M 4&te&8& m THE G A ROE N OF MEMORIES moun T iu BO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL CSTATat* Wnt Flaglor Stroot at 53rd Avanua ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI IN JUDGING A CEMETERY ASK THESE QUESTIONS: How Convenient Is It? Mount Nebo ia only 10 minutaa from TOUI home by car. Easily accessible by bus to the cemetery in practically the tame tins*. How Close to the Front Can You Got a Plot? Choice plots are availabls in Mount Nabo right in the extreme front of the grounds— not a half mile from the entrance. Does the Cemetery Hare Walks? Or do people hare to climb ovar graves to reach their plots? Evary privata plot In Mount Nabo fronts on a three foot path. Mount Nabo is beautifully landscaped; the grass is kept fresh with automatic lawn sprinklars. You could make no finer choice for your family. m i m SUN PARK HOTEL SPA-HEALTH RESORT MIAMI. FLORIDA. AMERICAN PLAN HOTEL I Aeree Troi.lral Grasses Comfortable JtaSaaS IMirloua Moala %  aorta ana Kurra tl iaa SANITARIUM For Krst and Con*alca*taa* Complrto Approves raalnUoa Boaooaablo KaUo • Ph. 4-1650 —Buy War Bonds Today— •&' m. mm ALKASELTZER eaTm fast relief far Haaaacaa. SlaipU Nmralria, "Morala, After", Cola DUtroao. Mascalar Palna and Acid Indicoatioa. yeur atruKuiot — nto and M Coata Perpetual Care Title Insurance Late may he purehaeee] en eanvanlant terms Business Office 1014 Olympic Bids. 3-5131 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU m Alka-Seltze. Or. Milea Nervine fo*> SloeploaanoM Ner./^UfU^Yrur' oa Irritakillty. g WllfJI, lOU RxcatakllUy and I AlV aeho. Head a'n<.\Mf£/MfO£ffJ tion. and uee only ^' aa directed. i?i B NERVINE fc^VW&*"aitfS?tS:i %  ac%.. ?5^iS£ %  ;.":>. \ & SSiIflffl^ %  •'.' %  '•' %  atajeflaaal lens>lex 07 taking C mi&l %  f I A-BAT (krand) Vlt %  VBaV m O Taeleu. Ecor Ejo,':-.-. paS^:|lC f eaJ.eariTenien 5^J^w^u^£ Gat yeur dally quota of Vltamine A and D and BComolrx by takingONBA-BAT (krand) Vltaaiia Takleta. Ecunotniient. At COMMISSIONER CANDIDACY ANNOUNCED BY ARONOVTTZ Abe Aronovitz, Miami communal leader, this week formally announced his candidacy for city commissioner in the coming May primary. Missing election to the commission two years ago by a scant 550 votes, at which time he polled the approval of nearly 13,000 friends and supporters who have again rallied to his support. Campaign offices have been opened in room 250, Civic Building, and indications following the announcement of his candidacy point to a strong campaign which his many advocators foresee culminating in his election. PALMER r, ncvst> *- 10*R •.; *.' f *.: %  •sSosn* 3-2664 I WANT MY MILK RED CROSS COAL STILL Ajsd Be Sura It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products* Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street With a goal of $274,0H. the Red Cross drive for funds for which to carry on this work has reached the SlOO.tOO figure. Contributions of $1,001 each from the Wometco and Paramount chains follow through this year's slogan, "Give More— Give Double," each organization doubling last year's contribution. Mrs. Arthur Friedman, member of the Red Cross Chapter of the Women's Service Corps, who is ill in Jackson Memorial Hospital, sent a check as her personal contribution, stating that she regreted not being able to personally solicit during the campaign. The campaign will continue through the month of March until the quota is reached. Tycoon Tackle Co., a Miami war industry, marked up a record of 100 per cent with every executive, department head, clerical worker and employe on all three shifts, giving one day's salary to the American Red Cross, netting in excess of $2,500. American Red Cross calls attention that this is not a membership campaign, but a great war fund to carry on the activities of this worthy organization. A resolution by Voiture No. 492. la Societe des 40 Hemmes et 8 Chevaux, as veterans of the first World War, called for support individually as an organization of the present drive. CANTOR TO BE FEATURED IN EIGHTH ANNUAL CONCERT Maurice Mamches, canter of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, will be featured in his eighth annual concert Sunday, April 11, at 8 p. m. It will be held at the Beth Jacob Congregation. Program will include a number of outstanding artists in this area. DONT TALK About harbors, ships and carHots Location, destination, or Cargo of United States, allied or neutral vessels. Any information about a transport, convoy, harbor defense or mine field. Construction or proposed launchings. Condition and set-up of shipyards. Sinking or damage until officially announced. Turn it DOWN, Lady I i 8 Ways You Can Help Save Gas 1 Da :ii' use your liu.o Range oven or tup bui i.i* fer heutiiiK your kitchen. 2 Cooh uli.limeak* in oven 3 Cook "oiie-illah" uiaL an top burners. 4 Don't waah hand*, ahave ar Wiuih dishes in rauniiiK hot water i:, ; ,i, leaky taut-eta. 5 I'MI an little hot water %  • possible. Heat no more water than necesaarj Turn off burner promptly. • Keep room temperature* wt % %  • or lower en eeol merninjea. Close off unufteo] ieen an eool mornltiKH • Never It-five refrigerator door ppen Cool eooked fooda before plating in refrtg-eratoi. USE LESS GAS FOR COOKING AND CONSERVE OIL FOR THE WAR EFFORT Because oil is used in making gat, every hit of gas you save releases oil for our l%  ;' % %  (mi; forces.and for war production plants. That"s why your government is urging you to use LESS gmi for cooking, heating water, refrigeration aad heat* i HI; purposes. We arc cooperating with the War Production Board and the Petroleum Administration for War to save all the oil we can in our manufacturing plants. You can help by following the simple rules at the left. To do your part in saving oil /or the war fronts utt LESS z*> today and everyday. TO SAVE Oil USE L§SS OAS PEOrLES2$^^^ad^COJIfPAIVY %  ellyw.ed • ft. Laedo ••. Ml.-I |.. e | rvuiMU M surrorr w iw sovtBiaorrs riocua TO coNsnvt vim mi! rot wu nvoui



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PAGE FOUR >Jm1stnt*fc**a FRIDAY. MARCH 19, 1943 wJemsti Mondial 01 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES II S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 rrad K. Shocbct Msnaqtrn Editor as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1878 SUBSCRIPTION One Year I2.M %  ** Months, $ 1.00 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 19. 1943 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 12 ADAR II 12, 5703 TIDBITS FBOM EVERYWHEREMuctiy eonfidenUol -By PHINEAS I. BtRONA PRIVILEGE—NOT ALONE A DUTY Federationally speaking, another year has passed. With it has come a clearer realization of this war we are in. With it has come a keener perception of the grimness of the battle. We have come to understand that there could be and is a deprivation in this free and glorious land of ours. We know how it feels to be limited. It is rather strange after being used to getting what we want and usually when we wanted it. These few restrictions awaken us somewhat with the evidence we are in a fight. Together with the ever-present sailor and soldier on our streets and their continuous shifting—coming and going—bring the battle to the homefront. The headlines of the press, even though not throwing a scare as previously, leave us each day less impervious. We have consoled ourselves that this war will be a long war. We have gotten over, much as we regret, the idea that our entry 1 into the fray would settle the issue one-twothree. And with this consolation begins to seep this awareness of the war and that the responsibility and the battle lies not only at the lines at the front, but as equally on the homefront. We are going to see many of the members of our families and those of our friends leave our midst for training and action. We are going to read and hear of the tragic ending of the lives of many of those near and dear to us. And as the 1943 Federation drive comes upon us and we are asked to do our share in a meagre financial way, there should be no hesitation on our part. We are asked to give not our lives as so many of our sons and brethren. We are asked to give not of sweat, toil, torture, humiliation and degradation. We are asked to give only of our wealth. A wealth that will last and be ours only as long as we give of it to protect our homefront, to protect and provide for our fellow persecuted and underprivileged Jews. The Federation drive coinciding with Purim, a joyful celebration of a similar epic in history, recalls to us the ageless story of a people's deliverance from hatred and oppression. It should bring hope and cheer to all of us. It should inspire us with the realization that we have a glorious opportunity to give to a Federation created for good and betterment. This opportunity to partake in the battle for our liberation for our perpetuation for our right to live and carry on. When you are approached for your contribution to the 1943 Greater Miami Jewish Federation drive, remember it is not alone a duty but a privilege. WHY CONTRIBUTIONS MUST BE INCREASED BY AMERICAN IEWS Greater opportunities for rescue will reguire greater funds for the programs supported through the Federation. To vast existing needs must be added needs of Jews in areas liberated by the United Nations' offensive. Although in the governmental measures will be taken for mass relief, both the United States and Great Britain look to our agencies, which almost solely bore the financial burden of refugee aid and reconstruction since 1933, to assume increased responsibility for solving the problem of Jewish rehabilitation and resettlement. Per capita giving must be raised substantially to make up the loss of contributions from members of Jewish communities who have joined the armed forces. The program sanctioned by Allied governments for the emigration of many thousands of refugee children to Palestine and Western Hemisphere will tax the resources of these agencies. The British government has authorized the immigration to Palestine of 29,000 by March 1, 1944. We must meet not only new obligations in North Africa, but increased demands for assistance for refugees in Soviet Russia, Spain and Switzerland. Outlay for refugee rehabilitation in Latin American countries must be increased greatly to assure fullest opportunities for post-war migration. We must provide resources lor extending the war effort of the Jewish homeland in Palestine in this crucial period. Larger funds are needed for land purchase and agricultural development to prepare Palestine to receive many thousands of homeless Jews in the post-war era. In the face of rising living costs adeguate relief aid for thousands of refugees must be maintained so that they do not become public charges. Employment, retraining and other services must be afforded for economic adjustment of refugees here, keeping the road clear for wartime and post-war immigration. Local institutions must be supported to maintain a front to come home to when victory is ours. Our national agencies must be kept alive to preserve the home and future of our people. The most you can give is the least you can do. Premier Quisling has threatened to coniiscate property of all Norwegians married \o Jews and make them subject to the country's anti-Jewish laws, Sweden has reported. REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN MIAMI ON MARCH 22 Registration books for M city flections wire opened March 22. The 45.000 persons who previously have registered for city elections need not do so again unless they have moved and neglected to inform the city ell rk's office on the third floor of the courthouse. An American citizen may register after having lived in Fli for a year and in Miami for six months. Three seats on the city commission are to be decided through a primary May 4 and a runoff election May 11. WHEN DEATH OCCURS PHONE 5-7777 RIVERSIDE THE FINEST IN r UNERA|_ SERVICE MONSKY WILL SPEAK ON RADIO PROGRAM Washington, D. C.—Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'nth. will be the Jewish kesman on an interfaith radio program to be M red by the American Red Cross Sunday morning. March 21. over the coast-to-coast network of the Columbia Broadcasting System. Tied in with the $ 125.000.000 Red Cross War Fun campaign, the broad t Will be heard from 9:45 to 10 a. m., Eastern war time. The books—actually card files first will be open at the clerk's office from March 22 through March 31. from 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. ni.. except Sundays. Then the books will be open during the same hours from April 2 through April 10 at bureaus in the 48 precincts. Finally, the records again will be open at city hall from April 13 through April 20. with the day hours supplemented by two at night, between 7 and 9 p. m. City polls will open for the first time this year at 7 a. m with voting to close at sundown! EXCELLENT_PROGRESS MADE BY "JEWISH YO'UTH COUNCIL For the past several weeks a committee of young men and women, headed by Marvin Coldman, has been assembling records and other data for the purpose of forming a Jewish Youth Council of Greater Miami, the purpose of which will be to formulate all the programs and planning of the Jewish youth groups Presently this group is concerned with assisting the Federation in its annual drive for funds and toward that end the group is planning a monster rally to be held at the "Y" Sunday evening, March 28. This rally will be in the form "ones and dance. Mr. Goldman and a committee have be* n appearing before the various i ewi ? h y utn groups in the greater Miami area urging them to send representatives to the youth council. The youth council meetings are held every Sunday morning. Jewish youth organizations in this area that have not been contacted are urged to communicate with Mr. Grossly a 1 *& Y and send de 'f" th *.v o ho cour >eil meeting at o'clock y mornin a t YOU SHOULD KNOW Recently we saw the results of a Gallup poll which will never be published ... It dealt with the question of religious, national and racial groups in this country One of the questions read: "In your opinion, what religious, nationality or racial groups in this country are a threat (menace) to America?" The answers, which we cannot give you. would make your hair stand on end They prove conclusively that in certain parts of the country anti-Semitism has reached a new high We have been told that various governmental agencies which are sending men to North America are rejecting Jews for such missions, to avoid "irritating" General Giraud However, we have personal knowledge of Jews being sent across—all of them, of course, men of the highest qualifications Gen. A. F. Lorenzen, retired, writes to let us know that he is the chairman of Appreciate America. Inc.. a not-for-profit, non-sectarian, nonpolitical, purely patriotic organization which is the publisher of the diaries for servicemen to which we referred a couple of columns ago Now that our question is answered, the diaries— called "My Days In the Service"—no longer constitutes a mystery. WE'RE TELLING YOU Of the British commando raids in the Middle East none have been more daring and heroic than those carried out by volunteer Jewish groups from Palestine Some day, when the full story of these raids will be told, they will make the Yugoslavian guerrilla warfare look like a pink tea The Ben Hecht-Billy Rose pageant. "We Will Never Die." sponsored by the Committee for a Jewish Army, was such an unqualified success that many Jewish leaders who heretofore have been antagonistic toward the committee now have come to realise that this group knows how to do things, and are courting its co-operation This year's Israel Orphan Asylum benefit show marks the 30th anniversary of that institution, whose annual entertainment has become a tradition in New York Did you know, incidentally, that Mrs. Gustave Hartmann, widow of the asylum's founder and now its president, was the superintendent of the home at the age of 22, only two years after she started working there as a bookkeeper? ONE ON ADOLF "In view of the fact that children lately have been frequently abandoned, the German authorities have announced that in the future all such children will be considered Jewish children and will be placed in appropriate institutions," reads a statement recently issued in occupied Holland Which just goes to show how incapable the Nazis are of understanding the psychology of the Netherlanders For. of course, the children whom Dutch mothers abandon are the progeny of occupation troops who. in accordance with their fuehrer's principles, are endeavoring to Nasify the Hollanders by providing a half-German younger generation ... So that we have the picture of the Nazis placing all the onus of Jewishness on 100 per cent Aryan, 50 per cent Nazi foundlings. COMMENT A newly-translated collection of some of the prose writinos of Hemrich Heine—whom the younger generation of Nazis know only as the "anonymous" author of "The Lorelei"—has just been brought out by E. B. Ashton ... It includes some of the prophetic passages in which the great German Jewish poet, discussing the German character, virtually foretold the rise of the Nazis Observers tell us to watch out for coming fireworks between Gory Goering and Gabby Goebbels. whose long-standing feud is just about coming to a head ... A recent arrival on New York's candy counters is a peanut bar called "Good News" and featuring on its wrapper such items as "Hitler Jailed"—While awaiting trial to answer for his crimes Der Farce was heard to mumble. "I should have stuck to paper hanging ... It isn't so dangerous as hanging people" ABOUT PEOPLE Soldiers visiting the Philadelphia Stage Door Canteen will now have the opportunity to listen to some fine classical records ... An entire library of these discs has been donated to the canteen by Dr. Serge Koussevitzky, conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra active PederfSS^S^Sad^E ^S W NKLE ^mlfnSSSS^ G ts D,vision o£ the



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FRIDAY, MARCH 19. 1943 +Jew 1st fk>rIdHnn PAGE FIVE ** %  RELIGIOUS ANHOUNCEMENTS *MMMkMM*AAA*MkA*M*A**A*MMMMMAArik SCHAAREI ZEDEK 1545 8. W. Third St., Miami SIMON APRIL, Rabbi Services: Friday, 6:45 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services, Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion of the Week." Shalosh Sudas, 6:45 p. m. Saturday, 8 p. m.: Purim Megilas Esther reading, Sunday, 8:30 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 690 H. W. 17 Ave.. Miami JOKKI'll K. RACKOVSKY, Rabbi KEWIS UREKN, Sexton Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and 6 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. Saturday, 7:45 p. m.: The reading of the Megillah. Adult classes: Daily Mishnais, 6-7 p. m., Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, conducting. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th St., Miami COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN, Rubbl RABHI JACOB H. KAl'I^AN. I'h.D Kabhl Kmi-ritUH Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will introduce Mitchell Wolfson and Morris Klass, guest speakers. Saturday, 11 a. m.: Services, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, officiating. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM f,35 N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos: Saturday 8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. Saturday, 7:45 p. m.: Megillah Sudah following services Sunday morning. Daily service: Morning and evening. HEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st St.. Miami Beach 8. M. MACHTBI, Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "An Enemy Speaks." Maurice Grossman, guest speaker. Hostesses, social period: Misses Bee and Nan Winkelman and Mrs. Sarah Vossberg. Saturday, 9 a. m. service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Haman and Hitler—Kindred Souls." Kiddush. Saturday, 7:45 p. m.: Megillah, refreshments. Adult classes: Advanced Jewish Law. Sunday, 11 a. m.: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Mystic Lessons of Purim." Lincoln'Road Properties Sales am* Laasea B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Eatate 8erviea B05 Lincoln Road. Ph.6-5861 ALCOHOLISM NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS Scientifically Treated MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION Institute of Neurology N. MIAMI AVE. at 79th St. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wanh. Ave. and 3rd St.. Miami Beaob MOSKS MI'.SCHKI-<)KF, Rahbt MAUIUCK MAMCHKS. Cantor Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Moses Mescheloff: "Between Fast and Feast." Cantor Maurice Mamches. Community singing. Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services: Rabbi Mescheloff: "Who Has Called?" Early Sabbath service, 7:30 a. m. Sabbath afternoon. Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion of the Week." Service men's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schafron. Saturday, 8 p. m.: Purim Megilla. Reading, both synagogue buildings. Sunday morning: Megilla services, 8 a. m. Adult classes: Talmud daily 5 to 6 p. m., S. Freedman, conducting. "Legends of the Talmud" course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi Mescheloff: week days, 6:30 to 7 p. m. Bible study period, H. Goldin, 8 to 9 a. m. Saturdays. All classes in synagogue building open to public. Daily services: Morning and evening. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 139 N. W. Third Ave Miami MAX SHAPIRO, llabbi l.oriS 1IAYMAN. Cantor Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Max Shapiro conducting. Stanley C. Myers speaking on "S. O. S." Cantor Louis Hayman. Beth David boys' and girls' choir. Liturgical selections. Reception following. Mrs. Sam Dickson. hostess in honor of her birthday. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services: Rabbi Max Shapiro, preaching. Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos, 5 :45 p. m. The reading of the Scroll of Esther will take place Saturday evening in the synagogue at 7:30. Rabbi Shapiro will speak on "Actual Events." Daily services morning and evening. OBITUARIES Mrs. Sadie Feld, 43, of Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, native of New York, who came here four years ago, died Sunday in a Miami hospital. Survivors include her husband, Capt. Aaron Feld, U. S. Army, and a daughter, Vivian, of Miami Beach. Rabbi Samuel Max Machtei of Beth Sholom Center, conducted the funeral services at 11 a. m. on Tuesday at the Riverside Memorial Chapel. Interment was at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Www** %  M M B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By PAUL WEITZMAN MMMMMMMNAtfMMMWMNAAAAMAAAMA MWWWtAAA*! BEFORE YOU BUY %  ee LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Mot Beet Became Biggest But—Blggeet Because Beet BEACH JEWISH CENTER MIS Euclid Ave Miami Beach ABRAHAM l> WOLF, Cantor Friday. 8 p. m.: Louis Heiman. guest speaker: "A Lawyer Looks at the Torah." Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and the center choir will conduct the musical selections. Saturday, 9 a. m. services. Oneg Shabat, 6 p. m. Saturday, 8:30 p. m.: Megilas Purim will be read. Daily services: Morning and evening. Made Frora Freeh Oranges TEMPLE EMANU-EL ISni Botltll Awlri-ws Aviv Ft. I.Miiclrlclali-. Fla. Kefm-m Synagogue eervlni Hollywood. Ft ijRtitleniali' and Broward < <>unty SAMUEL HA1.KVI BARON, Rabbi Good will Sabbath service preceding Purim Friday at 8 p. m. Guetst preacher: Rev. H. F. Bache of All Saints Episcopal Church. Soloist: Irene Arnold, soprano of Hollywood, accompanied by Annie Laurie Leeof Miami. Religious school Sunday at 10 a. m. Purim program, service, party and luncheon, 11 a. m. to 1 Pm. Sisterhood benefit congregational social, Monday at 8 p. m. Scout Entertainment March 24 The charter for the new Cub Pack has arrived. The presentation of the charter and the formal initiation of the new Cubs will take place on March 24. Arrangements have been completed and an interesting program has been planned. The public is invited. Program Dedicated To "Y" For the past several years concerts and community entertainments have been held at Lummus Park, at which prominent speakers have been invited. These programs were dedicated from time to time to various civic organizations who have made their mark in the community. A week ago Mrs. Siegler. director of community entertainment, unsolicited approached Mr. Grossman and asked him to be the principal speaker at a program to be held on Tuesday, March 23. This program will be dedicated to the Y. M. H. A. We are proud that we have been singled out from various organizations in Miami. Leo Ackerman will speak on behalf of the board of directors of the Y. M. H. A., Reisman for the Y. W. H. A. and Mrs. Anne Koven for the Miami Service League. Mrs. Blanche Meyers will furnish a dancing act from the dancing classes which are held at the Y. M. H. A. club rooms. Sewing Project Is Success The American Red Cross Sewing Center, recently opened at the Y. M. H. A. club rooms. 1567 S. W. Fifth Street, promises to be a success, but many more volunteer workers are required to sew men's, women's and children's garments for this humanitarian cause. The sewing center will be open on Mondays. Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursdays of each week from 1030 :a. m. to 4 p. m. and workers may start at any time during these designated days for any period of time. Red Cross service pins will be given upon completion of required hours of voluntary service. Mrs. Louis Kotkin, chairman of this project, is assisted bv Mrs. David Kleber. Mrs. Julius Levett and Mrs. Herman Barnett as production supervisors. Membership Tea Planned At the board meeting of the Miami Service League of the Y. M. H. A. Tuesday evening plans were made for a membership tea to be held Monday evening, March 29, at the Y. M. H. A. Membership is open and the league invites everyone interested to attend. A lavish Sholem Lodge No. 1024, B'nai B'rith, is obtaining an "issuing agency" for war bonds and will soon have the facilities to give on the spot service to all comers. While not a part of the same project, it will aid in connection with a war-bond campaign to be launched for the month of April, the objective being $300,000 in bonds to purchase a bomber. No special campaign of this nature may be undertaken without special permission, but the requirements will be complied with and permission obtained before the first of April. The project was first brought up at the last meeting of Sholem Lodge, although war-bond selling is an old established custom, and requests are already coming in by prospective purchasers of bonds that will go to buy a bomber. Raising money by the sale of war bonds for this specific purpose brings with it the privilege of naming the bomber so purchased. Suggestions are sought for an appropriate name. And may it be a bomber that the axis (we refuse-to make it a proper noun) will have cause to long remember for the havoc and disaster it will bring into their midst. Dade County Blood Bank Miami B'nai B'rith has been credited with contributing 14,025 ccs. of blood through the ments on many campuses; as an orator, Dr. Sachar has left the imprints of his opinions and ideas in many communities and upon many people. The esteem in which he is held is evidenced by the fact that his audiences welcome the opportunity of hearing him again and again. The astonishing development in the membership campaign, as indicated by Harold Turk, acting chairman, was the great number of new members obtained by just a handful of men, as follows: Nat Roth, 22; Louis Heiman, 18; Rudy Adler, 11; Louis Gordon, 6; S. B. Miller, 5; Paul Sobel, 5; Harold Turk, 4, and David Blank, 4. To Leon Kaplan falls the honor of being member number 100 proposed during the Anniversary Campaign. He was proposed by Stanley C. Myers, with whom he is associated. A. Z. A. Advisors Filling wide gaps in the ranks of A. Z. A. advisors has been the concern of Sholem Lodge for some time. This grave situation has been remedied to some extent by Joe Rudd, Edward A. Klein and Joseph Socolof. who volunteered to work with the A. Z. A. boys, but more men are needed. Milton Wasman, an A. Z. A. advisor, left Miami. Now an enthe century" on some jurisdictional question. How unimportant that seems now! Good luck. Ensign Wasman, and safe harbor. RTVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1SS* N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7801 Beet care (or chronic elcte, convaleecent end elderly people $25 WEEKLY UP Large Beautiful aroundaaaam f ,i CCS KI ZA W • Uklc ^gn in the navy, Milton left for following Wood donore. Isaac JRJJ About a ago Levin, 600 cc Carl Weinkle. 500 correspondent and Milton v, C a ; rd A T\^in m I n 0b 3 cc^, CC HeSr d ; Wasman wfged the 'battle, of Bulbin, 1,000 cc; Louis Heiman, 500 cc; Leo A. Chaikin, 1,000 cc; R. R. Adler, 3,600 cc; Marty Milstein, 500. cc; Ethel Cassel, 300 cc; Max Holtsberg, 500 cc; Bertha Holtsberg. 300 cc; Abe Aronovitz. 3.625 cc, and Ida Optner, 800 cc. An excursion into calculation discloses that this constitutes 29.77 pints of blood, since 29.57 cc. constitutes one fluid ounce. So it is quite apparent that while helpful, to be effective more blood donors must be found to supply the needs of this community, which is serviced by the Dade County Blood Bank. It is very important, since this source is our only stock-pile that is available on short notice for regular needs or for casualties during a disaster. As previously announced. Sholem Lodge, through its Ladies' Ladies' Auxiliary, is operating the Rummage Store previously managed by the Jewish Welfare Bureau at 167 N. W. Fifth Street, Miami. Net proceeds, of course, for charitable purpose with no profit accruing to any of the participants. Experience so far has shown that there are plenty of customers, but a dearth of salable and usable second-hand clothes and "rummage" has curtailed sales. Request is made for clothing and articles of general merchandise suitable for resale. Bundles can be dropped in passing—the Rummage Store is just across the street from Rosedale Delicatessen. Membership Campaign March 28, 1943, will see the close of this intensive campaign for new members to celebrate 100 years of B'nai B'rith. And Sunday evening at 8 o'clock, on March 28, at Temple Israel, all members of the Anniversary Class will receive their formal initiation into Sholem Lodge. BiTcayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge F,ne ._ L ^ U0 and W n ". ... TaKE BUS M I teresiea to auenu. r\ iavwi •—"•—~— — ~r. program is being planned for the All members proposed in this evening and will be announced Anniversary Class, and they now next week number 109. are asked to present themselves for initiation at the foregoing time and place. Dr. Abram L. Sachar will be the guest speaker on that occasion, and is making a special trip to Miami for that purpose. As national Hillel director. 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PAGE SIX Klenisl nurxliktri FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1943 GOAL IS EXCEEDED By Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, kas gone over the top in its special membership drive commemorating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the order in 1843 by Henry Jones. Starting with 1,280 initiated members, the goal of not less than 100 new members was exceeded this week, according to Harold Turk, ahairman. The 100th Anniversary Class will receive its charge March 28 at 8 p m. at Temple Israel, when there will be an address by the guest of honor. Dr. A. L. Sachar. 1 national director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, and formerly associate professor in European history at the University of Illinois. Dr. Sachar is also the well-known author of "Sufferance Is the Badge" and "History of the Jews" In honor of the return visit by Dr. Sachar to Greater Miami. Sholem Li Ige has decided to continue its membership until that date. The following members of the lodge are responsible for the 106 pew members thus far obtained: 22 18 8 6 S 5 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Nat Roth Louis Heiman R. R. Adler Louis Gordon S. B. Miller Paul Sohel David Blank Harold Turk Gus Trau .Milton Friedman Aaron Edelman Joseph Soci Dr. Kurt Wellisch Samuel Getzug William Friedman Harold M. Blichor E. Albert Pallot David Brown Morris Kronberg Isaac Levin Isadore Cohen Leo Ackerman Walter Kovner 1 Henry Bulbin 1 Sol Goldstrom 1 Maurice Cromer 1 Ernest Sussman 1 George J. Bertman ... 1 Albert A. Green 1 Rosengarten 1 William Friedman 1 Ben Giller l Stanley C Myers 1 Alex S. Cohen 1 Leo Eisensti 1 Harry I. Magid 1 Morris J. Gerstein l The new members whose nai have not been previously published are Eton Feldmann, Herman Popkin. Hairy Fleishman. Max Schemer, Max Feder, Moe Kirschenbaum, Harry Gordon, Mark Max. Louis M. Fui Dr. Leonard H. Jacobson, Morris Futernick, Carl Rubel, Abe Kinn, Irving Westin, Da\ id Phillips. William A. Rose, 1) Rosengarten, James Handelsman, Alex Drucker. Louis Rn, ward M Bernstein. Arnold New man, Benjamin Appel. Alfred B. Rosenstein, Joseph Sugarman Leon Kaplan. Jacob A. Leasky, Norman Jacobs. Benjamin Shulman. Henry Feder. Max Mark and Arthur Jaffe. RECOMMENDED On this page will appecrr the advertisements of a group of "above the average" firms and individuals whose product or service has proven Reliability and Dependability. Feel free to call 2-1141 at any time for further information as to any of the advertisements listed below or to fill any of your many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be placed at your disposal. Ask for B. R. Walzer. DR. J. M. ROSENTHAL HJS Reopened Hit Office* at 420 LINCOLN ROAD Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldg. for the practice of diseases of the HEART and LUNGS For Appointment, Phone 6-2232 ALPERT'S RESTAURANT and DELICATESSEN Serving BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON DINNER FAMOUS FOR OUR SANDWICHES Ocean Drire at Biscayne St. MIAMI BEACH V PHONE '? ^ T 2-3I5I 1* INSURANCE .^P sEyBOLO rfi 1 BUILDING ^yj Upholstery. Slip Cover and Drapery Shops Complete Line of Exclusive Decoratire Fabrics 35 N. W. 1st St. Ph. 3-89S1 MRS. MAX DOBRIN Co-Chairmen of the Women's Division of the ('.renter Miami Jewish Federation Drive WE'RE READY! • Whether it's J kite on the wire j hurricane or a nation at war. we're proud ihat we have always been ready 10 meet the emergency, ami promptly render service Such preparedness i< distinctly American — a product of the (rec enterprise system — the svstcm that |SVC Americans the world's highest standard of living A. 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KEENE 221-2-3 Seybold Building Have you bought fense Bonds yet? your NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 36040 Notlea la hereby given thai v Lan-I k>n McOlnnts, holder r.s aaalgnee of Cltj of Miami Tax Certificate num• • %  i dated the -'.'h day "f June, A !> 1938. hai riled aald I'ei %  • my offli.-. and has made %  • fo taj >ie. ii (o lasue there on in aceot lance with law. Said t.'er%  • I ea the '. How • %  deHI in..-.! i.ropertj • It iat< -I In Da.de I' • la. i wit %  "' l Hlo. k II Or:i| eland Re> in loc k S, Page l6 In the city of •' % %  ml. t (.untv >r i i U cle, State • %  %  i The naeeaament "f aald property under the Certificate Inaued w the name "f Unknown Unless aald ite ihr>ii be redeemed acco k Ing to law. tnx r March, E n. WEATHERMAN. lerk of i 'Ircult Court, B) I. M Johnson, i> c H'lrcuit Court Sea i S/1J-19-1I-4 2- PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICI. RepreeentotiTe FOR NOTICE OF APPLICATION TAX DEED Chapter 17457—Acts of 1935 File A 5671 NUoe Is hereby given that C n %  groover ami Katherli %  Qroovet hue' band and wife. holders of State and ounty r a > Certificate No 1911 la. have Wl dav f ,,,,r A *, ha\e f|le,1 same ,„ n^ ..ff„ e and have made application for a tat d--d to laaued thereon s.-,i May, 1943. which s the 3rd (lav ajSsf-iflf" di, d "•• *M B. B. WEATHERMAN, < lerk of Circuit Court R, i >. %  i"'* County, Florida BJ I. M Johnson. [, ,• Ircult Court Seal) 3/12-19-26-4 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .. ,. NAME LAW Notice m hereby Klven Max R. silver M IIKI.H Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo Rader of Belle Glade and Miss Rosalie Gordon spent the week-end in West Palm Beach. Mr Rader just returned from New York where he attended the funeral of his mother. Beth Israel Sisterhood met in the hostess room of the Florida Public Utilities Co. Tuesday at 2 p. in. B'nai B'rith Auxiliary held their meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Helen Hirschkorn, 420 Flamingo Drive Election of officers took place. The meeting was well attended. I'vt. Joe Schrt'bnick. son of Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, city, has been transferred from New Orleans to Los Angeles, Calif.. where he is attending an administrative school. Temple Beth El—630 Fern Street. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein in charge. Services each Friday at 8 p. in. Saturday services, 9 a. m. Temple School. Sunday. 10 a. m.; daily, 2 to 4 p. m. Temple Israel ( Reform 1—2014 Broward Avenue. Dr. Carl N Herman, rabbi; Mrs. Robert %  Atkisson, organist. Service* en Friday evening at 8:15 •'clock. remple School. Sunday, 9:45 a. ss. Mr and Mrs. Ben Ryder •*tertained a group of yonrig people at their home. 1811 Florida Avenue. Sunday, in bossor sf their sun Julian, who was elbrating his 11th birthday. Assisting the, hosts in servivg r*%  I ments were Mrs. Johnnns Schloss, Mrs. Pearl Held. Mrs. Roger Powell and Mrs. Wallse1felder, For the Beat in Dairy Product* LFA WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES •*r C(UM duct, and Ic. Craam. ~~ "*^ 1 • A* NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHOHE DON'T TALK About production: Don't g, V e out any information on production known to you. Let the other fellow get what he's supposed to know out of the newspapers About airplanes: Production of any plant or number in any military unit Location, destination or time of departure of air u Troop movements „ r war ma "rial shipment by air Ch.S? £*! %  a "d limiitSn,. DeSI: opment or txperiment. LX)N*T TALX About damage: Generally saak"ig. do not disclose any sniormation In your possession as o dassage done to our side by saw "on of the enemy. About fortifications aad aatiaircraft installations: Loeatioa and description. Loeatioa t)omb shelters or camouflaged objecta or other defense precautions. Any information of Uni*d States installations outside e United States.



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FRIDAY. MARCH 19. 1943 +Jewish fhrkllain PAGE SEVEN WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEO. M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. W. B. Director GREATER miMM RRIHV RI1D MUV lOmmiTTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD H PK SERVICE j*. r\ f\ r\ PARADE! A COMMUNITY PR CTJ E C T "Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services" OFFICERS SAM BLANK. Chairman MONTE SELIG. Vice-Chz. JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sec EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mrs. Walter Bronston Mrs. Max Dobrin Maurice Grosman Louis Heiman Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Morris Klass Mrs. Murry Koven Harry Markowrti Nat Roth Milton Sirkin Joseph Stein Mrs. Herbert Wallaeh Carl Weinkle Service Men Bits JOB DAVIS, Miami attorney, and now a member of the U. S. Wary, has been promoted to lieutenant, senior grade. He is statsoaed in Fort Lauderdale. SGT. JACK ABBOTT, stationed at Gulfport, Miss., spent several days in California where he escorted a troop train. AARON GOLDENBLANK. statseesd at Fort Benning, Ga.. was a visitor to the city this week. Mhnself a wounded veteran of fcfce first World War, George Bloomberg on March 19 will have three sons in the services. The yonagest, ROBERT L.. 18 years •Id on that day, will enlist on hie birthday.MELVIN H. en%  Med June 6, 1941, and is in the FORWARD MARCH! %  nch week we will list in alphabetical order the names of the men of Dade County who are now m the service of the United States. This week: Bader, Harry Baker. Nathan Balik, Joseph Balik, Oldrich Jos. Bander, Milton E. Baron, Niels M. Baron, Bert Bavarsky, Abraham L. Beckerman, Dave Belbow, David Benjamin, Alan I. Benjamin, Alexander Borger, Murray Berlin, Herman Jr. Berner, Louis Bernstein, Edward Bernstein. Oscar I. Bildner, David Bilkis, Seymour Blaser, Seymour Blate, Herbert Bloch, George J. Bloomberg, David M. Bloomberg. Louis Bloomberg. Melvin Bracher, Arthur G. Breitstcin. Beryl I. Brodor. Edward R. Brodor. Myron Bronstein. Harry M. Bronstein, Sanford K. Brostoff, Seymour M. Bruncr. Ben Berke. Dr. Jerome Besinick, Sidney L. Barnett, Miss Betty Barnett. Miss Shirley Bodenstein, Abraham Baida, Julius Berman. Morton R. Bernstein, Norman Bernstein, Roy Bernstein. Herrick William Boniske, Israel E. Beerman, Mose Bookman, Milford N. Berner, Leo Barnett, Young William Barasch, Irving I. Berman, Seymour Blum, Irving Berger, Irwin Barnett, Herman Breskin, Bertha Pictured above are the "Victory Girls" of the Miami Beach Service League. Reading from left to right are: Leah Simerick, Dorothy Parker, Dorothy Lightman, Betty Welitskin, Sarah Lightman, Helen Sapir, Bernice Fox, Jacqueline Rutt, Betty Berger, Mildred Berger, Bernadine Roth, Ingrid Levy, Barbara Singer, Lee Katz, Viola Landsberg, Janie Gershon, Gertrude Steinberg, Millicent Roth, Ruth Solloway and Cella Dobrin. The following girls eligible for this picture but not appearing are: Toby Cooper, Polly Gershon. Beatrice Dee, Regina Oster, Barbara Parron, Leona Jacobson and Ida Schwartz. All of these girls by virtue of having served a minimum of 50 hours since Nov. 1 have won a silver pin, which Center awards in conjunction with the local and state defense councils. navy as a radio officer. North Atlantic Squadron. DAVID M. enlisted in December of that year and is with the Expeditionary Force in North Africa. Three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks, 1619 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach, are in the service. LT. BERT WAYNE MARKS. M. C. of the 22nd O. T. Battalion at Carlisle Barracks. Pa., is a graduate of Louisville Medical School and was awarded A. O. A. Honorary Medical Association, June. 1940. SGT. CHABLES A. MABKS is with 26th Troop Carrier Squadron. Del Valle Army Air Base in Austin Texas. He is captain of baseball team of 26th Squadron and expects to enter O C. S. Administration School. CPL. ELLIS MAGID MARKS of the Post Finance Office, Fort Knox. Ky., graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School and was a student at University of Florida for one and a half years. Left college and went to Fort Knox. Feb., 1942. Worked \ in that office as a civilian until j July, 1942. Enlisted and is again in the same office. WALTER H. COHN. Jr.. whose parents reside at 1974 Marseille Drive, Miami Beach, lost no time in getting his sergeant's stripes when he went into the army in July, 1941. He was assigned to the army air forces at New Orleans. In February last year he was made a corporal and in March, a sergeant ABOUT OUR BOYS A recent graduate of the Army Air Forces Officers' Candidate School, Miami Beach, 2nd LT. BILLY R. ARENS now is stationed with the air force headquarters squadron in the Caribbean Sea. His duties are those of censor officer, assistant transportation officer and assistant mess officer. His wife, Mrs. Mildred Patricia Arens, lives at 5352 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach. CORP. BERNARD KAPLAN. 1017 Jefferson Avenue, a former member of the Miami Beach police department, and PVT. WIL-1 LIAM FREEMAN, also of Miami 1 Beach, are attending military police school at Camp Gordon, Ga. While in Miami Beach on leave, after foreign duty, LT. MORTON MARBURG, U. S. A. Air Corps, has joined Mrs. Marburg at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sonneborn. 3925 Meridian Avenue. Mrs. Marburg, the former Miss Violet Sonneborn, lived here before her marriage in 1941 and was a student at the University of Miami. STANLEY GORDON. 764 S. W. 10th Street, assigned to duty with Marines after officers' training at Quantico, Va. JACK COHEN, brother of Mrs. M. J. Rauzin. 1385 S. W. 19th Street, promoted to corporal at Boca Raton air field. Name %  slsVsni (Home). Date of Birth. tfama af N Address 1 Selection of 2nd LT. CHARLES R. ABELE. 21, Miami Beach, te attend the battery officers' course at the Army Field Artillery School at Fort Sill., Okla., is included in the recent announcements of promotions and assignments of South Florida men. The son of Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Abele, 4501 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, Lieutenant Abele reported to the Oklahoma post from Fort Bragg, N. C. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and was president ef Sigma Nu fraternity. CORP. LAWRENCE G. COHN has returned to Camp Blanding after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cohn. at the Polo Apartments. Miami Beach. He brought with him his bride, the former Harriet A. West of New York. Relafrr. Date of Enlhrsment Branch ef Servian. Barrios Addsesm Tel. He. Fremsti—. CORP. EDDIE COHEN, former amusement columnist in Miami, is company clerk in the office of Captain Haddon at Camp Blanding induction center. Parents, relatives or friends will assist the War Records Committee if they will fill out tha blank on this page and return same immediately completed. We need the complete record for our files. If you know any service man not listed above please let us have his record card. The committee needs your help, so help to keep the record straight. Mail to Box 2973, Miami. Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of: Abess & Costar PtraS ISatlsaal Bank IMs Adelman Pipe I Steel Ce. *T H. E. 26th St. Ale Aronovitz Miami, Florida Carl's Markets Miami — Miami Baaaa Cewei's Shoe Stores *• %  Flatter St. — 6*2 Ulnoola ad. Cromer Wholesale ft N. E. Third at. Green Bros. OS N. E. B4th SH. M Dry Goods JB N. s. Miami Ava. Jack C. Jaysei Miami Donald Lavigm-Unifoms 114 N. e. Saaond Avs. Markowitz & Resiick ma N. E easaae Ava. Miami Iron & Metal Ce. •481 N. w. sand Av. Miami Rug Ce. 100 S. Miami Ava. Palmer Faneral Chape. Mdaay H. Palmar, Raaldant Ownar Richter's Jewelry Co., lie. iso E. Flaglar St. lisedale Deficatissen & Restnratt we M. w. rws a*. 1 Si.ti Sets-Original Rahm 14* M. Miami Ava. Soitheasteri Salesmen's Caravel Laaajferdj Bwllallns, Standard Wholesale Groctry Ce. 14* N. K. 10th St feset* R. Stein Miami, PlaHda Sybil's Wimm s Apiarei M I. I Plrat St.



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PAGE EIGHT +Je*lslincrM**ii FRIDAY, MARCH 19, i 943 +* WORKERS ORGANIZE FOR FEDERATION DRIVE Campaign Planning Committee Mrs. Samuel Rost Mrs. Monte Selig Rudy R. Adler Benjamin E. Bronston Mrs. B. E. Bronston Jacob Felt M. J. Kopelowitz Harry A. Cornblum Maurice Grossman Stanley C. Myers Mrs. S. C. Myers E. Albert Pallot Leo Robinson Jacob Sher Fred Shochet Mrs. Sam Simonhoff Harold Turk Herman Wall Carl Weinkle Sam Zinkow Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman Federation Campaign Officers CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN STANLEY C. MYERS CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR MORRIS KLASS CAMPAIGN TREASURER JOSEPH M. LIPTON VICE-CHAIRMEN Dr. Frank Coret Samuel Friedland Nathan Glosser George Goldberg Harry Harris Dr. Jacob Kaplan Maurice J. Kopelowitz Samuel Lavine J. Gerald Lewis Marcie Liberman Mark Max Lt. Baron DeHirsch Meyer Max Orovitz Mrs. Matilda Ratner Leo Robinson Samuel H. Rost Morton Russack Mrs. Monte Selig Jacob Sher Benjamin Slote Lt. Col. Elry Stone Mrs. Ann Frutkoff Mrs. Sam Getzug Mrs. S. Harris Mrs. L. Heiman Mrs. Samuel J. Kanner Mrs. S. Lefcourt Mrs. H. Kaufmann Mrs. M. Boyd Kay Mrs. Lerer Mrs. M. Mell Mrs. H. Oliphant Mrs. M. Orovitz Mrs. L. Pallot Mrs. R. Plaut Mrs. M. Rosenberg Mrs. A. Rubel Miss Freda Rubin Mrs. Rutt Mrs. E. Scheuer Mrs. S. Schwartz Mrs. A. Shapiro Mrs. Sylvia Steig Mrs. M. Scheinberg Mrs. Jule Schwartz Mrs. Charles Strauss Mrs. W. Weintraub Mrs. Herman Wall Mrs. Nat Williams Mrs. I. Hirsch Mrs. Harry Platoff ARRANGEMENTS DIVISION Mrs. B. E. Bronston. Chairman Mrs. Joseph R. Stein, Co-Chairman INITIAL GIFT Benjamin E. Bronston, Co-Chairman Mitchell Wolfson. Co-Chairman PUBLICITY DIVISION Fred K. Shochet, Chairman SPEAKERS' DIVISION Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, Chairman Albert B. Bernstein Mrs. George Chertkof Mrs. Max Dobrin Louis Heiman Morris Klass Mrs. Benjamin Meyers Stanley C. Myers Rabbi Max Shapiro VOLUNTEER SERVICE DIVISION Mrs. George Chertkof, Co-Chairman Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Co-Chairman Mrs. Leo Ackerman Mrs. G. B. Center Mrs. Frank Coret Mrs. P. Courshon Mrs. Ferber SPECIAL GIFT Sam Blank, Co-Chairman Carl Weinkle. Co-Chairman Leo Ackerman Rudy R. Adler Morris Alpert Jack August Leo Chaiken Dr. Frank Coret Jacob Dubinsky Jacob Felt Arthur S. Friedman Louis Heiman Mrs. Moses Kreiger Marcie Liberman Joseph M. Lipton Harry Markowitz Benjamin Meyers David Phillips Leo Robinson Jennie Rotfort Morton Russack Jacob Sher William D. Singer Benjamin Slote Joseph R. Stein Mrs. Ada Joseph Sam Zinkow ADVANCE GIFT DIVISION Jacob Felt. Co-Chairman Herman Wall, Co-Chairman TEAM No. 31 Leo Ackerman. Captain Joseph L. Arkin David Bass Henry Bulbin Leon Green Abe Kurman Jack Miller Joseph M. Rose Morris B. Rubin Abe Schonfeld TEAM No. 32 Harry Boyell. Captain Abe Aronovitz J. E. Freeh ling Max Holtsberg Leonard Jacobus Isadore Kaufmann Abe Kronenfeld Isaac Levin Mrs. Benj. LeVine Dr. Philip Weinstein TEAM No. 33 George Chertkof, Capt. M. J. Kopelowitz Sidney Palmer Albert Quadow Hy Rifas Joseph Teppcr George Wolpert TEAM No. 34 Dr. Frank Coret, Capt. Jennie Rotfort TEAM No. 35 William D. Singer. Capt. Harry Blunnn Mack Cohan Harry Speier Joseph R. Stein TEAM No. 36 Joseph A. Berman. Capt. Archil' Brick Lou Fleischnian Walter Kovner Kenneth Oka Joseph M. Rose Milton Sirkin TEAM No. 37 Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Captain Mrs. Morris Alpert Mrs. Emanuel Mrs. Charles Lippow Mrs. Ethel Rothlein Mrs. Edw. J. Weinstein Mrs. Ada Joseph TEAM No. 38 Nat. H. Hankoff, Capt. Joseph Ram bam David Phillips TEAM No. 39 Sam Lachman, Capt. William Lowenthal George J. Bertman Mrs. Moses Kreiger TEAM No. 310 Charles S. Tobin. Capt. Irving Frankel Isadore S. Perse Leonard BanHarry Magid Mrs. Samuel Karns Mrs. Max Marks Mrs. Rose Rifas Mrs. Albert Roscnthal Mrs. George Alpert Mrs. Jack Zwicker Mrs. Sidney Zwicker TEAM No. 56 Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Captain Mrs. Joe Silver Co-Captain Mrs. David Frecaman Mrs. Sona Gerbert Mrs. Ann Greenberg Mrs. Grace Hoffman Mrs. Krantzman Mrs. Z. Liebman Mrs H. Mandell Mrs. Lena Menses Mrs. Joe Poison Mrs. Nathan Schiff Mrs. Israel Shapoff Mrs. Mannie Shuhow TEAM No. 57 Mrs. Max Shapiro. Captain Mrs. Samuel Dickson Mrs. Charles Fisher Mrs. Norman Jacobs Mrs. Charles Lefkove Mrs. Sidney Rauzin Mrs. Isaac Rosengarten Mrs. Philip Rothschild Mrs. Max Swartz Mrs. Samuel Traurig Mrs. Al Zalka TEAM No. 58 i Mrs. William Feldman i Mrs. S. Berman TEAM No. 507 Mrs. L. Wolk. Captain Mrs. D. Plotkin, Co-Captain Mrs. Babin Mrs. J. Bensky Mrs. Goldfarb Mrs. M. Greenberg Mrs. M. Jonkel Mrs. Esther Kanefsky Mrs. A. Orvitz Mrs. Shlosman Mrs. M. Stuard Mrs. M. Welner Mrs. Zalinger TEAM No. 508 Mrs. Rose Marcus, Co-Captain Mrs. P. Friedman, Co-Captain Mrs. Edelman Mrs. Futernick Mrs. Hantman Mrs. Jonkel Mrs. Lapson Mrs. Rattner Mrs. Schwartz Mrs. Stein Mrs. Waltman TEAM No. 509 Mrs. Harry Platoff. Captain Mrs. Albert Barmack Mrs. Adolph Ginsberg Mrs. Sam Silver. Capt. Mrs. Gazella Kahn WOMEN'S DIVISION Mrs. Max Dobrin. Co-Chairman Mrs. Monte Selig. Co-Chairman TEAM No. 50 Mrs. Jake Eppstein, Captain Mrs. Moo Feingold Mrs. Harry E. Fineman Mrs. George Goldberg Mrs. Ann Pastroff Mr Douglas Raff Mrs 1. 1.. Reisman Mrs. Mux Sperling TEAM No. 51 Mrs. Hyman Kaplan. Co-Captain Mrs. Herman Wepman. Co-Captain Mrs. Leo Ackern Mrs. (', orge Adler Mrs. 1.. Boyer Mrs. Milton Friedman Mrs. Leon Levy Mis MOMS Marks Mis. Harry Polance Mrs. Maurice A. Sagcr TEAM No. 52 Mrs. Isaac Levin. Capt. Mrs. Larry Fav Mrs. I. H. Goldman Mrs. Stuart Gordon Mrs. Julius Jacobstein Mrs. Isaac Kaufman Mrs. Nat Roth TEAM No. 53 Mrs. Morris Jacobs. Captain Mrs. F. Arnov Mrs. Brailow Mrs. L. Leiber Mrs. C. Moss Mrs. B. Rifkin Mrs. H Rose Mrs. Siegel Mrs. J. H. Siegel Mrs. Titlebaum Mrs. H. Waitsman TEAM No. 54 Mrs. Joseph Schaffer, Captain Mrs. Sidney Altorman Mrs. Joseph Bermann Mrs. Ralph Gitlin Mrs. Robert Kagan Mrs. Rubin Lubel Mrs. Herman Slepian Mrs. George Sunshine TEAM No. 55 Mrs. Herbert Scher. Captain Mrs. Maurice Furman Mrs. Paul Barnett Mrs. Ida Bernstein Mrs. David Catsman Mrs. Calvin Kaler Mrs. S. B. Miller Mrs. Alfred Nathan Mrs. Marvin Rauzin Mrs. Sam Schatzman Mrs. Sidney Stepkin TEAM No. 59 Mrs. Nat Williams. Captain Mrs. George Greenspan j Mrs. Max Halpern I Mrs. Edward Lovitz Mrs. Bessie Rudolph Mrs. Philip Weinstein Mrs. Sam Zinkow TEAM No. 500 Mrs. Morris Alpert, Captain Mis Anna Cohen | Mrs. Maurice Jacobs ; Mrs. Sadie Kahn I Mrs. Nathan Kaplan %  Mrs. Harry Marcus Mrs. Joseph Rambam Mis J. M. Rosenthal Mrs. Ethel Rothlein Mrs. Phillip Salmon Mrs. Ben Tun-inn TEAM No. 501 Mrs. Frank Coret. Co-Captain Mrs. Harry Rubin. Co-Captain Mrs. M. Joselofl Mrs. J. Albert 1 Mrs Herbert Klemian Mrs. Lightman Mrs. Louis Lytton Mrs. Colman Zwitman TEAM No. 502 Mrs. David Honoroff, Captain Mrs. A. J. Divorsky Mrs. Benjamin Finkel Mrs Theodore Firestone Mrs. Barney Fleischer Mrs. Evelyn Gordon Mrs B. Kline Mrs. Charles Raab Mrs. Anna Rubin TEAM No. 503 Mr. and Mrs. Isador Goldman. Co-Captains Mrs. Vosberg. Co-Captain. Surfside TEAM No. 504 Mrs. Ada E. Joseph. Captain Mr.. Mrs. L. Huberman 1 Mr.. Mrs. H. Push in Mrs. Oscar Shumer Mrs. J. B. Solomon TEAM No. 505 Mrs. Moses Kreiger. Captain Mrs. Nathan Glosser | Mrs. A. Rauzin Mrs. Sam Rost TEAM No. 506 Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Captain I Mrs. Morris Freidberg Mrs. Leo Radoff 1 Mrs. Sam Lipton Mrs. Florence Craig Mrs. J. J. Goodman Mrs. Ben Rimer Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild Mrs. G. Sadowsky Mrs. Nat Slome TEAM No. 510 Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Captain Mrs. Joseph A. Berman Mrs. Leo Chaiken Mrs. Garry Glatt Mrs. Leiberman Mrs. J. B. Margolis Mrs. Carl Weinkle Mrs. Harold Turk Mrs. Joseph Williamson Mrs. Anna Gordon This page made possible through the co-operation ol The Jewish Floridian MEN'S DIVISION Milton. Friedman. Co-Chairman Harry Zuckernick. Co-Chairman TEAM No. 60 Joseph Tepper, Capt. Max Azar Sam Beckman Joseph Bermann Sidney Lefcourt Harold Meyi r George Rachlin Charles Rosengarten William Silverman Bernie A. Sterling TEAM No. 61 Herman Wepman. Capt. j I. B. Berk Aaron Edelman Robert Fish Dave Katzman Lester Lasky S B. Miller Max Silver Paul Sob.l TEAM No. 62 Harry Boyell. Capt. Abe Aronovitz J. E. Freehling %  Max Holtsberg I Isadore Kauffmann Abe Kronenfeld Isaac Levin Mrs. Be njamin I.e Vine Dr. Philip Weinstein TEAM No. 63 George Chertkof. Capt. Larry Grossberg Sam Neufeld Hyman Orin Mendel Scheinberg Ed Van Damn George Wolpert TEAM No. 64 Sam Dickson. Captain Theodore Berman Norman Jacobs Jacob Kirshberg Robert Krenzman S. H. Palmer Hyman Sootin J. Sutton TEAM No. 65 Leon Kaplan, Captain Sam Bra verm an David Bear Charles Belero Philip Berkowitz Murray Budner Mrs. A. I. Orlansky Max Rifas Morris Rosenberg D. Singer John Temple Mrs. Joseph Zalis TEAM No. 66 Ernest Sussman. Capt. Nathan Adelman Lou Black Leon Elkin Leonard Jacobus Irving Querido B. Rifkind Alvin Sandier Manny Schon Sam Silver TEAM No. 68 Edward I. Lovitt. Capt. Alex Cohen Sam Goldenblank Hyman Kaplan Jules Pearlman Al Quadow Sam Shapiro Sam Seitlin TEAM No. 69 Hy Rifas, Captain Paul Barnett Marx Feinberg Jesse Glance Henry Kaufmann Victor Levlne Norman Lyons Dave Rifas Frank Rose Norman Rothschild TEAM No. 600 Joseph A. Berman. Captain Max Bogorad Archie Brick Lou Fleischman Milton Sirkin TEAM No. 601 George J. BcrtDJa C op tin TEAM No. %Ql Daniel Broad. Captiia Harry Bodenstein Mrs. I. Englander Max Feldesh Mrs Sadie Kravetz Mrs. Esther Levy Jacob Lurie M. Rash kin David Rosenblum Abraham Selevan TEAM No. 603 Louis Marcus, Captain M. Blumenfeld S. Bookspan M. Cooperberg M. A. Emanuel I) Friedman Max Hantman B. Minenberg ; H. Seitlin s Shubow M. Wolfman TEAM No. 604 Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Captain Frank Becker Max Feit David Goldstein Harry Wasserman TEAM No. 605 Kenneth Oka. Captain Irving Firtel TEAM No. 606 A. B. Rosenstein. Capt. Benjamin Appel Herman Bach George R. Cohen Abraham Frankel Harry Kohn Samuel Lobel Robert Nordin Julius Rosenstein Samuel Rubin Raymond Rubin Charles Tobin Abraham Zinnamon TEAM No. 607 Hyman Laibson, Capt. L. Bakerman E. Dicky I. Hochman J Pollock P. Rabinowitz Mrs. Spivack S. Venus NEW GIFT DIVISION Harold Turk. Chairmn YOUTH DIVISION Maurice Grossman. Organiser


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 19, 1943

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
March 19, 1943

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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VOLUME 16No. 12
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 19. 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
Workers Set (or Federation Drive Starting Sunday
JEWS ARE URGED
10 APPEAL FOR AID
New York (WNS)-An appeal
from the remaining Jews in Nazi-
occupied Poland, smuggled out
of that country through under-
ground channels, called upon the
American Jewish community to
approach the Pope for his aid in
halting the bloody mass murder
of Jews in Poland.
The desperate appeal, made
Sublic here this week by the
ewish Labor Committee, urged
the United Nations to take "ex-
traordinary steps" against Ger-
man nationals in their countries
in order to force the Nazis to
halt their mass extermination
program in the occupied coun-
tries.
The appeal, which bore tjie
signatures of two Polish Jewish
leaders well known to the Jew-
ish Labor Committee, revealed
that a bitter battle occurred last
January in the Warsaw ghetto
when "tons of Germans and a
few hundred Jews" killed, when
Nazi extermination squads in-
vaded the Jewish ghetto to
"liquidate" the remaining Jew-
ish population.
La Paz, Bolivia (WNS)The
Bolivian government announced
this week that it has instructed
its consulates in Europe to issue
immigration visas to 100 Jewish
refugee children.
FEDERATION SABBATH
All religious institutions
of Greater Miami will fea-
ture "Federation" this Fri-
day evening and sermon
topics will be devoted to
the campaign with some of
the pulpits occupied by
Federation representatives.
CELEBRATION WILL BE
HELD ON MARCH 21
Children of all Sunday
schools in Greater Miami
will demonstrate unity and
strength at a gala Purim
celebration to be held Sun-
day morning at the Capitol
Theater at 10 o'clock. An
appropriate program will
be presented, and a mov-
ing picture will be shown.
"Hamman Tashin" will be
distributed after the pro-
gram. All teachers and
pupils are asked to come to
the Capitol Theater Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock.
EDEN-PRESIDENT
JEWISH SERVICE MEN CAN
REQUEST KOSHER FOODS
New York (WNS)Every at-
tempt will be made for observant
Jewish members of the armed
forces to have Kosher foods for
Passover, it was announced this
week by the Jewish Welfare
Board. The JWB outlined the
following method for Jewish
service men to follow immedi-
ately, so that the distribuion of
these foods can be put into op-
eration wherever possible.
Should there be neither a Jew-
ish chaplain nor a JWB worker
available, the Jewish members of
the armed forces should write to
the Jewish Welfare Board at 220
Fifth Avenue, New York City,
stating their desire for Kosher
Passover foods. The national of-
fice will endeavor to fill all re-
quests.
NAMES ON PAGE 8
A list of Federation offi-
cers, officials and volunteer
workers will be found on
page 8 of this week's edi-
tion. Names of additional
volunteers received too late
for classification will be
printed next week.
Washington (WNS) Possible
joint action to save as many as
possible of the 5,000,000 Jews
facing certain extinction in Nazi-
occupied Europe and agreement
on the post-war refugee problem
in Europe and among the sub-
jects to be discussed between
British Foreign Secretary An-
thony Eden and President Roose-
velt and other government offi-
cials, authoritative sources here
stated this week.
The arrival here of Mr. Eden
for conferences on war and post-
war problems with President
Roosevelt and other American
leaders was linked with recent
addresses bby Under-Secretary
of State Sumner Welles advocat-
ing joint conferences among the
United Nations now for the solu-
tion of problems arising out of
the war.
Mr. Welles disclosed recently
that the United States had sug-
gested to Great Britain that rep-
resentatives of these two major
United Nations meet in Ottawa
for a "preliminary exploration"
of the vast refugee problem
which will beset Europe after
the war unless concrete plans
are devised now to cope with
the situation.
Federation Workers] to Hold
Rally Saturday NightTat 9
o'Clock; J.D.C. Worker Talks
DRIVE INFORMATION
Campaign headquarters of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation 1943 drive will
be maintained at 1002 Con-
gress Building. A call to
3-5411 will elicit any infor-
mation desired by workers
or members of the com-
munity.
RABBI MACHTEI TO SPEAK
ON JUDAISM ON MARCH 25
Rabbi S. M. Machtei of the
Beth Sholom Center, Miami
Beach, will be the fourth rabbi
to speak at the "Y" in the series
of lectures for the Institute on
Judaism. His talk will take place
March 25 at 8:15 p. m.
Rabbi Machtei will speak on
"Practices of the Jewish Faith."
He will stress the emotional
value of the ritual and prac-
tices in the daily life of the Jew.
There is no charge and the
public is Invited.
PRESIDENT OF B'NAI B'RITH
PRESIDES OVER MEETING
DEMANDS ALLIES WARN
NAZIS ON BRUTAL TACTICS
New YorkActing to broaden
the base of the American Jewish
Assembly, the Executive Com-
mittee of the assembly, at its sec-
ond meeting since the Pittsburgh
conference convened by B'nai
B'rith. authorized arrangements
for bringing into the assembly
the Council of Fraternal Federa-
tions of America, representing
eight organizations, as we'll as
Jewish youth organizations.
The March meeting of the
American Jewish Assembly's Ex-
ecutive Committee, which was
presided over by Henry Monsky,
president of B'nai B'rith. also re-
reived a preliminary report from
the committee on elections. A
final report is to be given at the
April meeting when full rules for
electing the 325 community dele-
gates and the 125 delegates from
national organizations to the as-
sembly will be submitted.
COUNCIL OF CHURCHES
CALLS UPON PRESIDENT
London (WNS)Dr. C. F.
Garbett. the Archbishop of York.
demanded this week that the
I United Nations broadcast a stern
warning to Germany that harsh
! punishment will be meted out
to all those responsible for the
i atrocities against the Jews The
archbishop demanded also that
Jewish refugees be given sanc-
tuary "wherever the British flan
flies."
"I ask this broadcasting of Al-
lied determination to punish in
the hope it may stay the hands.
Some, at any rate, of the crim-
inals,'' the archbishop said. "Fear
sometimes is effective when
mercy makes no appeal. We
must make it plain refugees from
this horror can find refuse wher-
ever the British flag flies.
Cincinnati (WNS)The Coun-
cil of Churches meeting in this
city recently, called upon Presi-
dent Roosevelt to do all possible
to save the Jews in Nazi-occupied
countries.
FLORIDIAN OFFICE HAS
LIST OF 67 ESCAPEES
STANLEY C. MYERS. CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN
A list of 67 names of
Jews who escaped Lithu-
ania, Lativa and Esthonia
was made public this week
and is on file at the Jewish
Floridian office. This is
the second list received by
the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee of these refugees'
names in Asiatic Russia.
The list gives city of origin
and present addresses.
MEETINGS AT TEMPLE
Report meetings of the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration drive will be held
at Temple Israel from 9 to
10 p. m. Monday. Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday
evenings. A different pro-
gram will be presented
nightly in addition to re-
ports of workers received
and tabulated.
Formally opening the 1943
once-a-year annual campaign,
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration will inaugurate the "Kick
Off at a workers' campaign
rally Saturday evening, March
20, at Temple Israel.
Starting at 9 p. m. to enable
the observance of the Purim
Megillah reading in the syno-
gogues, the meeting will feature
an address by Louis Sobel, in-
ternational representative of the
Joint Distribution Committee,
who has just returned to this
country after a nine monhs' rtay
in Lisbon, Portugal.
Mr. Sobel will render an eye-
witnessed report of the current
and actual happenings in the
war-torn countries abroad. He
will relate facts and details that
have been unable to pass censor-
ship and reproduction in the
press and radio. Mr. Sobel was
in direct charge of the evacua-
tion of 600 homeless Jewish
refugee children in France, of
which only 300 were successful
1 in being removed. His appear-
( ances made since his return have
stamped him as a reliable m-
i formant of the true chaotic scene
abroad with particular regard to
the French and Spanish refugee
problem. This problem that he
has directed from Lisbon covers
refugees from all the occupied
countries of Europe.
Mr. Sobel's background of J5
\( an of this type work includes
his being a member of the execu-
tive conference of the National
Council Social Welfare Group.
He was director Of the Jewish
Employment Service of the New
York Federation and spent much
time in Jewish Social Welfare
work.
Stanley C. Myers, campaign
chairman of the current drive
starting Sunday, March 21. and
lasting for 1(1 clays, has urged .ill
workers and their friends to be
present at the "Kick Off" rally
Saturday evening to hear this
front-line report. Mr. Myers
added that all Greater Miami
I Jewry was invited.
Division heads have organized
more than 600 volunteer workers
: into teams for the solicitation
i which will see the canvassing of
1 the complete Greater Miami Jew-
I ish citizenry which will procure
I contributions to raise a $135,-
9771943 goal. These funds con-
j tributed as the individual's per-
sonal responsibility will furnish
the finances towards the main-
tainence of 45 local, national and
international organizations giving
aid to every phase of the hu-
manitarian and upbuilding pro-
gram of the Jewish people
ATTEND }
FEDEMTI0I1 KKK0FF RBUV
SA TURD A Y, 9 P. M.
fEUIPlE ISRAEL
FEDERATION GOES TO WAR
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FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1943
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVIT
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MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
NATIONAL HOME FOR
JEWISH CHILDREN
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver will hold their
next meeting Tuesday, March 23,
at the Y. M. H. A. at 1:30 p. m.,
preceded by board meeting at
One of the most outstanding
and successful balls ever staged
by the M. J. O. C. was held last
Sunday evening at the Moose
Hall. ITie affair was a huge so-
cial and financial success due to, -.
the untiring efforts of Leo Kap- m- M- Myro" Newman
Ian. general chairman, and Mrs. vice-president, recently returned
Goldie Mandell, co-chairman. A. fronl a l"P to the mother orgam-
snappy revue was presented un- tlon ,at Denver, will speak to the
der the direction of Sidney H. members and draw a word pic-
Palmer, who acted as master of S"5 <* the *ork beinS done
ceremonies for the evening. The
highlight of the evening was the
Queen Esther contest, sponsored
under the direction of Mrs. Joe
Zalis and Mrs A. I. Orlansky.
who were in charge of the con-
test. Miss Shanna Levinshon,
Miss LuciMc Cropper and Miss
Evelyn Roscnthal participated in
the contest. Miss Cropper emerg-
ing the winner. She was led to
the ball by the sponsors and
crowned with appropriate pomp
and seated on the throne, while
the other two young ladies acted
as nunds of honor
Chester Craig and his orchestra {
played while Bobby Joseph, with
the assistance of Miss Phyllis
ShuUnaa, entertained, featuring
songs and dances. Miss Doris
Feldnsan. well-known pianist,
rendered several selections.
Dedication of an elaborate
memorial tablet adorning the
wall of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation is sched-
uled to be held between the
Passover and Shuvoth holidays.
Among those already subscribed
to the memorial are Nathan. Jack
and Rachel Adelman in memory
of their father, Herman L. Adel-
man.
CONGREGATION
BETH JACOB
there.
On Tuesday, April 8. at 12
noon, the Greater Miami Chapter
will hold their annual donors'
luncheon at the Club May fair.
West Flagler Street at 18th Ave-
nue. The entire floor show of
the club will entertain. Reser-
vations are being accepted by
Mrs. Myron Newman, 3-4147,
and Mrs. I. Miller, 9-2082. co-
chairmen of the affair.
The 14th Annual Purim Car-
nival of Beth Jacob Congregation
will be held Sunday at 8:30 p. m.
at the Miami Beach Senior High
School Auditorium, 1421) Drexel
Avenue.
Featured on the program will
be the cast of the Five o'Clock
Club, the Pago Pago Room,
Charlie's Inn, the Riptide, the
634 Club and many others.
Leading the committee are M.
B. Frank, H. Wasserman, H.
Weiss, D. Goldstein. M. Felt. Mrs.
B. H. London, Mrs. A. R. Berow
and others.
WORKMEN'S
CIRCLE
PIONEER WOMEN
ORGANIZATION
HANITA CLUB
The Greater Hanita Club of the
Pioneer Women's Organization
for Palestine sponsored a card
party Tuesday, March 9. at the
Belvedere Hotel. Mrs. R. Jonkel
was chairlady for the afternoon
and was assisted by Mrs. El'swing.
Mrs. Joseph. Mrs. Karp and sister
and Mrs. Wolk. Plans for a semi-
nary to be instituted by the group
will be announced soon.
Branch 692 of the Workmen's
Circle of Greater Miami will give
a Purim performance and musical
concert March 21 at the Lyceum.
25 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, for the benefit of the
Workmen's Circle Jewish School
of the Southern District.
The program, under the direc-
tion of the Cultural Committee,
consists of three one-act plays,
"It Is a Lie" by the famous Jew-
ish humorist. Sholom Aleichem;
"The Doctor" by B. Kovner and
"The Purim Scene of King Lear"
by Jacob Gordon. Musical selec-
tions will be rendered by Miss
Anyuta Mclicov and Mrs. Ethel
Baron.
MIAMI SERVICE
LEAGUE
Miami Service League of the
Y. M. H. A. held a board meet-
ing Tuesday evening at the home
of Mrs. Jacob Stone, 1884 S. W.
10th Street. Plans for a Victory
Belle party were completed Pre-
sentation of pins and state-wide
cards will be made by an army
officer and Victory Belles will
receive credit for the number of
hours given to civilian defense.
A program of entertainment has
been arranged and refreshments
will be served. The party will
take place at the home of Mrs.
Henry Shier, 1236 S. W. 21st
Terrace, Tuesday, March 23. at
8 p. m. Mrs. George Chertkof
Mian* Jewish Orthodox Sister-! is chairman of the affair, assisted
hood is holding a meeting at the by Mrs. M. Rosenberg, Mrs H
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
synagogue at 590 S. Vf. 17th Ave-
nue Tuesday evening, March 23.
at 8 o'clock. Members of the con-
gregation are invited.
BEACH COM. CENTER
Sunday evening. March 21, at
8 p. m. at the Social Hall, instal-
lation of the newly-elected of-
ficers and directors of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will take
place. A musical program is pre-
pared and refreshments will be
served.
la the afternoon at 3 o'clock
Kauft'man. Mrs. H. Steig and Mrs.
M. Furman.
BETH DAVID
The Beth David Sisterhood
will sponsor its annual traditional
Purim card and mah jong party
Sunday evening, March 21, at 8
o'clock at the Beth David Audi-
torium. Purim edibles will be
served and prizes awarded. Mrs.
Harry Oliphant, president, will
welcome members and friends.
A si r\ ice flag, in the form of
a Mogen Dovid, will be dedicated
v" I" laj 1 vi ning, March 31,
Mrs Moika Reich superintendent I r the members ol the congre-
nng.
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Beth Sholom Sisterhood will
furnish the refreshments to be
served tomorrow night after the
nading of the Megillah at 7:45
p. m. Pupils of the religious
school will be on hand to ob-
serve the traditional custom dur-
ing the reading of the Book of
Esther.
The center will be hosts to its
mi tnbers at a Purim party at 8
p. m. Sunday. There will be en-
tertainment, games, refreshments
and a surprise event of excep-
tional merit. Members of Beth
Sholom and of the Sisterhood are
asked to bring friends and neigh-
bors.
SPINOZA FORUM
Dr. Morris Schneer of New
York will be the guest speaker
this Saturday at 3:30 p. m. at
the Spinoza Forum, meeting on
the lawn of the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street,
between Collins Avenue and
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach.
Dr. Scheer's topic will be "How
To Adjust Your Mental and
Physical Being In War Time."
Next Saturday afternoon Ed-
ward Clarke of the University
of Miami will come to the Spinoza
Forum to review the book, "The
Last Time I Saw Pans."
Investing in War Bonds today,
means the purchasing of freedom
for tomorrow.
TOWER
THEATRE
. W. 8TH ST. AT 16th AVE.
OPEN AT 1:46 P. M.
Fri., Mar. 19th, Last Day
LLOYL NOLAN
MICHAEL SHAYNE
DETECTIVE in
"TIME TO KILL"
WITH
HEATHER ANGEL
EXTRA!
RUSSIA 1943
Startling Authentic
Revealing
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Starts Sat at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. thru Tues.. Mar. 20-23
Deanna
Durbin
(She's Dynamite)
as
"THE AMAZING
MRS. HOLLIDAY"
TEMPLE ISRAEL
The annual Purim lunch of
the Temple Israel Sisterhood
will take place on Sunday noon,
March 22, in Kaplan Hall at
Temple Israel. Mrs. Janet K
Jacobs and Mrs. Samuel Katz
are co-chairmen. Dr. J. H. Kap-
lan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will speak on the signifi- ;
cance of the Purim Festival and '
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub will ;
speak on a most timely and im-
portant subject, "Women's Work j
In a World at War." Mrs. Harold :
B. Spaet will preside. Program
chairman is Mrs. Colman A. Zwit-
man. Reservations for the'
luncheon meeting are $1.00 per
person. Sisterhood me:bcrs and ;
their friends are invited to at- j
tend.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
Annual flower day, a nation-
ally sponsored event of the
Gewerkschaften Campaign will
be observed locally starting Sat-
urday night and Sunday under
the auspices of the Great Miami
Pioneer Women's Organization
Volunteers will canvass Greater
; Miami Jewry throughout the pp.
riod which is observed on the
Purim Festival. The funds will
be used to aid in the labor pro-
gram of the organization.
I B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS =
1 Tuesday evening, March 9. the
B'nai B'rith girls held a tea for
! pledges at the home of Miriam
Shineberg. New pledges are
; Sarah Rose Schwartz, Shirley
' Ross and Natalie Hoffman.
BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN
HADASSAH
The business and professional
unit of Hadassah. Miami branch,
will hold its regular meeting en
Monday evening, March 22, at
8:30 o' clock at the home of its
president. Miss Polly Gershon,
1506 Meridian Avenue. Miami
Bench. Plans will be made for
a study group to acquaint the
members with the history, aims
and present-day war effort ac-
tivities of Hadassah. Mrs. Ed-
ward I. Lovitz will supervise the
formation of this group. The
cultural chairman, Sara Light-
man, will present a quiz pro-
gram and refreshments will be
served.
Planning a complete evening
In observance of the Purim holi-
day. Congregation Sehaaroi and I
it Women's Auxiliary will start'
Sunday evening's program with I
a congregational supper at the'
synagogue. 1545 S. W. Third i
Street, with serving from 5:30 to
7:30. This will be followed by
a Purim play to be presented by
the children of the religious
school under the direction of
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader. This, in turn, will be fol-
lowed at 8 o'clock by a card and
mah jongg party with entertain-
ment and refreshments during
the evening. Mrs. S. Miller. Mrs.
P. Sokoloff. Mrs. E. Gold. Mrs.
Pauline Rappaport and Mrs.
Frieda Kaplan will serve as
hostesses.
The United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over His
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OP HIS OFTIC1
te
311 Lincoln Road
Albion Bldf., Suite
MIAMI BEACH
Far the Practice of
General Dentistry
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PAGE THREE
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
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WEDDINGS
The chapel of Beth Sholom
Center was the scene last Sun-
day evening of the marriage of
Set. William Rosenzveig and
Miss Miriam Gitel Short. Of-
ficers and members of the center
and of the Beth Sholom Sister-
hood were the "Mechuttonim."
CEREMONIALS
BAR MITZVAH
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Datz an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son Bernard Saturday morning
at services at Beth David Con-
gregation. Rabbi Shapiro will
respond to the youth's address
with a sermon, "Remember the
Past."
The Britji Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lakin, 1101
Fouth Street, Miami Beach, took
| place at St. Francis Hospital last
Saturday morning with Rabbi S.
i M. Machtei, officiating.
The Pidyon Haben of the son
of Mr. and Mrs. "Sonny" Schaf-
fer, 1637 S. W. Sixth Street, took
place Sunday afternoon in the
presence of many friends and
relatives. Rabbi S. M. Machtei
presided over the ceremonies and
Henry Cohen was the Kohain.
PERSONALS
Abraham Zinnamon, 4326 Sheri-
dan avenue, is recuperating at
home after a fall from a ladder,
which necessitated his being
placed in a cast.
Celebrating his 69th birthday,
David Singer was host Monday
evening to a large gathering at
his home, 1786 S. W. 10th Street.
Formerly of Cleveland, Mr.
Singer has now made his home
here with his wife and takes an
active part in the work of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation. Guests present included:
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Singer, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Marx, S. Stone, Co-
lumbus, Ohio; Mrs. B. Alpert,
Mr. and Mrs. Willncr, Mr. and
I Mrs. Sam Luby, Mr. and Mrs.
I Louis Luby, Denver; Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Lcschel, Dr. and Mrs.
Propper, Mr. and Mrs. L. Green,
I Mr. and Mrs. Grossman, Mr. and
, Mrs. Catofsky, Mr. and Mrs. Lev,
j Columbus, Ohio ,and Mrs. Lifshitz.
ARTIST SPENDS VACATION
AT BEACH WITH RELATIVE
To a,.or. Yu' ,U"
reaular soppW of
Manischewitx MO.XO
and Matzo ProductsJor
Passover, wo urge tl
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MATZO
Matzo Meal Farfel Cake Meal Egg Matzo
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cohn, 4561
Prairie Avenue, are spending a
1 brief vacation in Orlando, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Wolf-
son have with them their son,
I Louis, home for a month's stay
' from the Berkshire School of
1 Boston.
Mrs. Camille Baum left for
New York Sunday to attend the
Bar Mitzvah of a grandson. She
will spend about two weeks in
the North.
Mrs. I. S. Perse, 4444 Nautilus
Drive, Miami Beach, is recover-
ing from a siege of illness dur-
ing the past weeks, which had
confined her to bed.
Edward Rosenstein is recuper-
ating at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Rosen-
stein, 2300 Alton Road, from the
effects of an emergency opera-
tion performed at San Diego,
Calif., prior to his return to Mi-
ami Beach.
Mrs. Joe Borchan and daughter
Sonny of Jacksonville are guests
of the Alfred Morris family.
Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Nash have
just returned from their honey-
moon in New York City. Mrs.
Nash is the former Ruth Leider,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Leider. The couple will reside in
Miami.
Lt. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner
returned to their home in At-
lanta after spending a six weeks'
j sojourn with relatives and friends.
Nat Blumberg returned to the
; city after spending a week in
Savannah where he attended the
unveiling of a memorial for his
mother. He was accompanied by
Maurice Grossman, who partici-
pater in the ceremonies.
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Prize-winning and gifted Wil-
; liam Kapell. the youngest artist
. ever to be chosen for the Town
j Hall Endowment Series Award, is
I spending a brief vacation in Mi-
I ami Beach with his uncle. Dr.
Abraham Wolfson. Young Kapell
is making his first extensive pi-
ano tour this winter, ranging
from an appearance on the
Princeton University course and
with the St. Louis Symphony
to recitals on many important
community concert courses. He
received a tremendous ovation
when he played in Town Hall
Jan. 20 of this year, and the
music critics pronounced him a
very great and gifted young
American pianist.
The boy's talent was first
recognized by Jose Iturbi. who
heard the youngster play at a
settlement school concert. His
first teacher was Mrs. Dorothy
Anderson La Follette. Later he
studied at Julliard with Olga
Samaroff Stokowski.
Despite his years, William Ka-
pell has won several major
awards. In 1941 he won both
the Youth Contest of the Phila-
delphia Orchestra and the Naum-
burg Foundation Award. In 1942
he was selected for the Town
Hall Endowment Series Award.
Interest In him ran so high
that last summer he was engaged
as soloist with the New York
Philharmonic-Symphony Orches-
tra at the Lewisohn Stadium.
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Choice plots are availabls in Mount Nabo
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ANNOUNCED BY ARONOVTTZ
Abe Aronovitz, Miami com-
munal leader, this week formally
announced his candidacy for city
commissioner in the coming May
primary.
Missing election to the com-
mission two years ago by a scant
550 votes, at which time he
polled the approval of nearly 13,-
000 friends and supporters who
have again rallied to his support.
Campaign offices have been
opened in room 250, Civic Build-
ing, and indications following the
announcement of his candidacy
point to a strong campaign which
his many advocators foresee cul-
minating in his election.
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With a goal of $274,0H. the
Red Cross drive for funds for
which to carry on this work
has reached the SlOO.tOO figure.
Contributions of $1,001 each
from the Wometco and Para-
mount chains follow through
this year's slogan, "Give More
Give Double," each organization
doubling last year's contribution.
Mrs. Arthur Friedman, mem-
ber of the Red Cross Chapter of
the Women's Service Corps, who
is ill in Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital, sent a check as her per-
sonal contribution, stating that
she regreted not being able to
personally solicit during the cam-
paign.
The campaign will continue
through the month of March un-
til the quota is reached. Tycoon
Tackle Co., a Miami war indus-
try, marked up a record of 100
per cent with every executive,
department head, clerical worker
and employe on all three shifts,
giving one day's salary to the
American Red Cross, netting in
excess of $2,500. American Red
Cross calls attention that this
is not a membership campaign,
but a great war fund to carry
on the activities of this worthy
organization.
A resolution by Voiture No.
492. la Societe des 40 Hemmes
et 8 Chevaux, as veterans of the
first World War, called for sup-
port individually as an organi-
zation of the present drive.
CANTOR TO BE FEATURED
IN EIGHTH ANNUAL CONCERT
Maurice Mamches, canter of
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach, will be featured in his
eighth annual concert Sunday,
April 11, at 8 p. m. It will be
held at the Beth Jacob Congre-
gation. Program will include a
number of outstanding artists in
this area.
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About harbors, ships and car-
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until officially announced.
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heating water, refrigeration aad heat*
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oil we can in our manufacturing plants.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 19. 1943
VOLUME 16 NUMBER 12
ADAR II 12, 5703
TIDBITS FBOM EVERYWHERE-
Muctiy eonfidenUol
-By PHINEAS I. BtRON-
A PRIVILEGENOT ALONE A DUTY
Federationally speaking, another year has
passed. With it has come a clearer realiza-
tion of this war we are in. With it has come
a keener perception of the grimness of the
battle. We have come to understand that
there could be and is a deprivation in this
free and glorious land of ours. We know
how it feels to be limited. It is rather strange
after being used to getting what we want
and usually when we wanted it.
These few restrictions awaken us some-
what with the evidence we are in a fight.
Together with the ever-present sailor and
soldier on our streets and their continuous
shiftingcoming and goingbring the bat-
tle to the homefront. The headlines of the
press, even though not throwing a scare as
previously, leave us each day less impervious.
We have consoled ourselves that this war
will be a long war. We have gotten over,
much as we regret, the idea that our entry 1
into the fray would settle the issue one-two-
three.
And with this consolation begins to seep
this awareness of the war and that the re-
sponsibility and the battle lies not only at
the lines at the front, but as equally on the
homefront.
We are going to see many of the members
of our families and those of our friends leave
our midst for training and action. We are
going to read and hear of the tragic ending
of the lives of many of those near and dear
to us.
And as the 1943 Federation drive comes
upon us and we are asked to do our share
in a meagre financial way, there should be
no hesitation on our part. We are asked to
give not our lives as so many of our sons
and brethren. We are asked to give not of
sweat, toil, torture, humiliation and degrada-
tion. We are asked to give only of our
wealth. A wealth that will last and be ours
only as long as we give of it to protect our
homefront, to protect and provide for our fel-
low persecuted and underprivileged Jews.
The Federation drive coinciding with
Purim, a joyful celebration of a similar epic in
history, recalls to us the ageless story of a
people's deliverance from hatred and oppres-
sion. It should bring hope and cheer to all
of us. It should inspire us with the realiza-
tion that we have a glorious opportunity to
give to a Federation created for good and
betterment. This opportunity to partake in the
battle for our liberation for our perpetua-
tion for our right to live and carry on.
When you are approached for your con-
tribution to the 1943 Greater Miami Jewish
Federation drive, remember it is not alone a
duty but a privilege.
WHY CONTRIBUTIONS MUST BE
INCREASED BY AMERICAN IEWS
Greater opportunities for rescue will re-
guire greater funds for the programs supported
through the Federation. To vast existing
needs must be added needs of Jews in areas
liberated by the United Nations' offensive.
Although in the governmental measures
will be taken for mass relief, both the United
States and Great Britain look to our agencies,
which almost solely bore the financial burden
of refugee aid and reconstruction since 1933,
to assume increased responsibility for solving
the problem of Jewish rehabilitation and re-
settlement.
Per capita giving must be raised substan-
tially to make up the loss of contributions from
members of Jewish communities who have
joined the armed forces.
The program sanctioned by Allied govern-
ments for the emigration of many thousands
of refugee children to Palestine and Western
Hemisphere will tax the resources of these
agencies. The British government has au-
thorized the immigration to Palestine of 29,000
by March 1, 1944.
We must meet not only new obligations
in North Africa, but increased demands for
assistance for refugees in Soviet Russia, Spain
and Switzerland.
Outlay for refugee rehabilitation in Latin
American countries must be increased greatly
to assure fullest opportunities for post-war
migration.
We must provide resources lor extending
the war effort of the Jewish homeland in Pal-
estine in this crucial period.
Larger funds are needed for land pur-
chase and agricultural development to pre-
pare Palestine to receive many thousands of
homeless Jews in the post-war era.
In the face of rising living costs adeguate
relief aid for thousands of refugees must be
maintained so that they do not become public
charges.
Employment, retraining and other services
must be afforded for economic adjustment of
refugees here, keeping the road clear for war-
time and post-war immigration.
Local institutions must be supported to
maintain a front to come home to when victory
is ours.
Our national agencies must be kept alive
to preserve the home and future of our people.
The most you can give is the least you
can do.
Premier Quisling has threatened to con-
iiscate property of all Norwegians married \o
Jews and make them subject to the country's
anti-Jewish laws, Sweden has reported.
REGISTRATION WILL OPEN
IN MIAMI ON MARCH 22
Registration books for M
city flections wire opened March
22.
The 45.000 persons who pre-
viously have registered for city
elections need not do so again
unless they have moved and neg-
lected to inform the city ell rk's
office on the third floor of the
courthouse.
An American citizen may reg-
ister after having lived in Fli
for a year and in Miami for six
months. Three seats on the city
commission are to be decided
through a primary May 4 and a
runoff election May 11.
WHEN DEATH OCCURS
PHONE 5-7777
RIVERSIDE
THE FINEST
IN
rUNERA|_ SERVICE
MONSKY WILL SPEAK
ON RADIO PROGRAM
Washington, D. C.Henry
Monsky, president of B'nai
B'nth. will be the Jewish
kesman on an inter-
faith radio program to be
' m red by the American
Red Cross Sunday morn-
ing. March 21. over the
coast-to-coast network of
the Columbia Broadcasting
System. Tied in with the
$ 125.000.000 Red Cross War
Fun campaign, the broad -
t Will be heard from 9:45
to 10 a. m., Eastern war
time.
The booksactually card files__
first will be open at the clerk's
office from March 22 through
March 31. from 8:30 a. m. to 5
p. ni.. except Sundays.
Then the books will be open
during the same hours from
April 2 through April 10 at
bureaus in the 48 precincts.
Finally, the records again will
be open at city hall from April
13 through April 20. with the
day hours supplemented by two
at night, between 7 and 9 p. m.
City polls will open for the
first time this year at 7 a. m
with voting to close at sundown!
EXCELLENT_PROGRESS MADE
BY "JEWISH YO'UTH COUNCIL
For the past several weeks a
committee of young men and
women, headed by Marvin Cold-
man, has been assembling rec-
ords and other data for the pur-
pose of forming a Jewish Youth
Council of Greater Miami, the
purpose of which will be to for-
mulate all the programs and
planning of the Jewish youth
groups Presently this group is
concerned with assisting the Fed-
eration in its annual drive for
funds and toward that end the
group is planning a monster
rally to be held at the "Y" Sun-
day evening, March 28.
This rally will be in the form
"ones and dance. Mr. Gold-
man and a committee have be* n
appearing before the various
iewi?h yutn groups in the
greater Miami area urging them
to send representatives to the
youth council. The youth coun-
cil meetings are held every Sun-
day morning. Jewish youth or-
ganizations in this area that have
not been contacted are urged to
communicate with Mr. Gross-
ly a.1 *& "Y" and send de'f"
th *.v oho cour>eil meeting at
o'clock y mornin at "
YOU SHOULD KNOW .
Recently we saw the results of a Gallup poll which will
never be published ... It dealt with the question of religious,
national and racial groups in this country One of the ques-
tions read: "In your opinion, what religious, nationality or racial
groups in this country are a threat (menace) to America?" .
The answers, which we cannot give you. would make your hair
stand on end They prove conclusively that in certain parts
of the country anti-Semitism has reached a new high We
have been told that various governmental agencies which are
sending men to North America are rejecting Jews for such mis-
sions, to avoid "irritating" General Giraud However, we
have personal knowledge of Jews being sent acrossall of them,
of course, men of the highest qualifications Gen. A. F. Loren-
zen, retired, writes to let us know that he is the chairman of
Appreciate America. Inc.. a not-for-profit, non-sectarian, non-
political, purely patriotic organization which is the publisher of
the diaries for servicemen to which we referred a couple of
columns ago Now that our question is answered, the diaries
called "My Days In the Service"no longer constitutes a mystery.
WE'RE TELLING YOU .
Of the British commando raids in the Middle East none have
been more daring and heroic than those carried out by volunteer
Jewish groups from Palestine Some day, when the full story
of these raids will be told, they will make the Yugoslavian guer-
rilla warfare look like a pink tea The Ben Hecht-Billy Rose
pageant. "We Will Never Die." sponsored by the Committee for
a Jewish Army, was such an unqualified success that many Jew-
ish leaders who heretofore have been antagonistic toward the
committee now have come to realise that this group knows how
to do things, and are courting its co-operation This year's
Israel Orphan Asylum benefit show marks the 30th anniversary
of that institution, whose annual entertainment has become a
tradition in New York Did you know, incidentally, that Mrs.
Gustave Hartmann, widow of the asylum's founder and now its
president, was the superintendent of the home at the age of 22,
only two years after she started working there as a bookkeeper?
ONE ON ADOLF .
"In view of the fact that children lately have been frequently
abandoned, the German authorities have announced that in the
future all such children will be considered Jewish children and
will be placed in appropriate institutions," reads a statement
recently issued in occupied Holland Which just goes to show
how incapable the Nazis are of understanding the psychology of
the Netherlanders For. of course, the children whom Dutch
mothers abandon are the progeny of occupation troops who. in
accordance with their fuehrer's principles, are endeavoring to
Nasify the Hollanders by providing a half-German younger gen-
eration ... So that we have the picture of the Nazis placing all
the onus of Jewishness on 100 per cent Aryan, 50 per cent Nazi
foundlings.
COMMENT .
A newly-translated collection of some of the prose writinos
of Hemrich Heinewhom the younger generation of Nazis know
only as the "anonymous" author of "The Lorelei"has just been
brought out by E. B. Ashton ... It includes some of the prophetic
passages in which the great German Jewish poet, discussing the
German character, virtually foretold the rise of the Nazis .
Observers tell us to watch out for coming fireworks between
Gory Goering and Gabby Goebbels. whose long-standing feud
is just about coming to a head ... A recent arrival on New York's
candy counters is a peanut bar called "Good News" and featuring
on its wrapper such items as "Hitler Jailed"While awaiting trial
to answer for his crimes Der Farce was heard to mumble. "I
should have stuck to paper hanging ... It isn't so dangerous as
hanging people"
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Soldiers visiting the Philadelphia Stage Door Canteen will
now have the opportunity to listen to some fine classical rec-
ords ... An entire library of these discs has been donated to the
canteen by Dr. Serge Koussevitzky, conductor of the Boston
Symphony Orchestra .
active PederfSS^S^Sad^E ^S W*NKLE
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RELIGIOUS ANHOUNCEMENTS
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SCHAAREI ZEDEK
1545 8. W. Third St., Miami
SIMON APRIL, Rabbi
Services: Friday, 6:45 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services,
Rabbi Simon April: "The Por-
tion of the Week." Shalosh Sudas,
6:45 p. m.
Saturday, 8 p. m.: Purim
Megilas Esther reading, Sunday,
8:30 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
690 H. W. 17 Ave.. Miami
JOKKI'll K. RACKOVSKY, Rabbi
KEWIS UREKN, Sexton
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
6 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.
Saturday, 7:45 p. m.: The read-
ing of the Megillah.
Adult classes: Daily Mishnais,
6-7 p. m., Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky, conducting.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th St., Miami
COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN, Rubbl
RABHI JACOB H. KAl'I^AN. I'h.D
Kabhl Kmi-ritUH
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman will introduce
Mitchell Wolfson and Morris
Klass, guest speakers.
Saturday, 11 a. m.: Services,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, of-
ficiating.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
f,35 N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos: Saturday
8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
preaching.
Saturday, 7:45 p. m.: Megillah
Sudah following services Sun-
day morning. Daily service:
Morning and evening. ____
HEAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st St.. Miami Beach
8. M. MACHTBI, Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi S. M.
Machtei: "An Enemy Speaks."
Maurice Grossman, guest speaker.
Hostesses, social period: Misses
Bee and Nan Winkelman and
Mrs. Sarah Vossberg.
Saturday, 9 a. m. service: Rabbi
S. M. Machtei: "Haman and Hit-
lerKindred Souls." Kiddush.
Saturday, 7:45 p. m.: Megillah,
refreshments.
Adult classes: Advanced Jewish
Law. Sunday, 11 a. m.: Rabbi
S. M. Machtei: "Mystic Lessons
of Purim."
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MOSKS MI'.SCHKI-<)KF, Rahbt
MAUIUCK MAMCHKS. Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff: "Between Fast and
Feast." Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Community singing.
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services:
Rabbi Mescheloff: "Who Has
Called?" Early Sabbath service,
7:30 a. m. Sabbath afternoon.
Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion of
the Week." Service men's Sha-
losh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel
Schafron.
Saturday, 8 p. m.: Purim
Megilla. Reading, both syna-
gogue buildings. Sunday morn-
ing: Megilla services, 8 a. m.
Adult classes: Talmud daily 5
to 6 p. m., S. Freedman, conduct-
ing. "Legends of the Talmud"
course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi
Mescheloff: week days, 6:30 to 7
p. m. Bible study period, H.
Goldin, 8 to 9 a. m. Saturdays.
All classes in synagogue building
open to public.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
139 N. W. Third Ave Miami
MAX SHAPIRO, llabbi
l.oriS 1IAYMAN. Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Max
Shapiro conducting. Stanley C.
Myers speaking on "S. O. S."
Cantor Louis Hayman. Beth
David boys' and girls' choir.
Liturgical selections. Reception
following. Mrs. Sam Dickson.
hostess in honor of her birthday.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Rabbi Max Shapiro, preaching.
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
5 :45 p. m.
The reading of the Scroll of
Esther will take place Saturday
evening in the synagogue at 7:30.
Rabbi Shapiro will speak on
"Actual Events."
Daily services morning and
evening.
OBITUARIES
Mrs. Sadie Feld, 43, of Meridian
Avenue, Miami Beach, native of
New York, who came here four
years ago, died Sunday in a Mi-
ami hospital. Survivors include
her husband, Capt. Aaron Feld,
U. S. Army, and a daughter,
Vivian, of Miami Beach.
Rabbi Samuel Max Machtei
of Beth Sholom Center, conducted
the funeral services at 11 a. m.
on Tuesday at the Riverside
Memorial Chapel. Interment
was at Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
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ABRAHAM l> WOLF, Cantor
Friday. 8 p. m.: Louis Heiman.
guest speaker: "A Lawyer Looks
at the Torah." Cantor Abraham
D. Wolf and the center choir
will conduct the musical selec-
tions.
Saturday, 9 a. m. services. Oneg
Shabat, 6 p. m.
Saturday, 8:30 p. m.: Megilas
Purim will be read.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
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Kefm-m Synagogue eervlni Hollywood.
Ft ijRtitleniali' and Broward < <>unty
SAMUEL HA1.KVI BARON, Rabbi
Good will Sabbath service pre-
ceding Purim Friday at 8 p. m.
Guetst preacher: Rev. H. F.
Bache of All Saints Episcopal
Church. Soloist: Irene Arnold,
soprano of Hollywood, accom-
panied by Annie Laurie Lee- of
Miami.
Religious school Sunday at 10
a. m. Purim program, service,
party and luncheon, 11 a. m. to
1 P- m.
Sisterhood benefit congrega-
tional social, Monday at 8 p. m.
Scout Entertainment March 24
The charter for the new Cub
Pack has arrived. The presenta-
tion of the charter and the for-
mal initiation of the new Cubs
will take place on March 24. Ar-
rangements have been completed
and an interesting program has
been planned. The public is in-
vited.
Program Dedicated To "Y"
For the past several years con-
certs and community entertain-
ments have been held at Lummus
Park, at which prominent speak-
ers have been invited. These
programs were dedicated from
time to time to various civic or-
ganizations who have made their
mark in the community.
A week ago Mrs. Siegler. di-
rector of community entertain-
ment, unsolicited approached Mr.
Grossman and asked him to be
the principal speaker at a pro-
gram to be held on Tuesday,
March 23. This program will be
dedicated to the Y. M. H. A.
We are proud that we have
been singled out from various
organizations in Miami. Leo
Ackerman will speak on behalf
of the board of directors of the
Y. M. H. A., Reisman for the
Y. W. H. A. and Mrs. Anne
Koven for the Miami Service
League. Mrs. Blanche Meyers
will furnish a dancing act from
the dancing classes which are
held at the Y. M. H. A. club
rooms.
Sewing Project Is Success
The American Red Cross Sew-
ing Center, recently opened at
the Y. M. H. A. club rooms. 1567
S. W. Fifth Street, promises to
be a success, but many more
volunteer workers are required
to sew men's, women's and chil-
dren's garments for this humani-
tarian cause. The sewing center
will be open on Mondays. Tues-
days. Wednesdays and Thurs-
days of each week from 1030
:a. m. to 4 p. m. and workers
may start at any time during
these designated days for any
period of time. Red Cross service
pins will be given upon comple-
tion of required hours of volun-
tary service. Mrs. Louis Kotkin,
chairman of this project, is as-
sisted bv Mrs. David Kleber. Mrs.
Julius Levett and Mrs. Herman
Barnett as production super-
visors.
Membership Tea Planned
At the board meeting of the
Miami Service League of the
Y. M. H. A. Tuesday evening
plans were made for a member-
ship tea to be held Monday eve-
ning, March 29, at the Y. M.
H. A. Membership is open and
the league invites everyone in-
terested to attend. A lavish
Sholem Lodge No. 1024, B'nai
B'rith, is obtaining an "issuing
agency" for war bonds and will
soon have the facilities to give
on the spot service to all comers.
While not a part of the same
project, it will aid in connection
with a war-bond campaign to be
launched for the month of April,
the objective being $300,000 in
bonds to purchase a bomber. No
special campaign of this nature
may be undertaken without spe-
cial permission, but the require-
ments will be complied with and
permission obtained before the
first of April.
The project was first brought
up at the last meeting of Sholem
Lodge, although war-bond sell-
ing is an old established custom,
and requests are already coming
in by prospective purchasers of
bonds that will go to buy a
bomber. Raising money by the
sale of war bonds for this spe-
cific purpose brings with it the
privilege of naming the bomber
so purchased. Suggestions are
sought for an appropriate name.
And may it be a bomber that
the axis (we refuse-to make it
a proper noun) will have cause
to long remember for the havoc
and disaster it will bring into
their midst.
Dade County Blood Bank
Miami B'nai B'rith has been
credited with contributing 14,-
025 ccs. of blood through the
ments on many campuses; as an
orator, Dr. Sachar has left the
imprints of his opinions and ideas
in many communities and upon
many people. The esteem in
which he is held is evidenced by
the fact that his audiences wel-
come the opportunity of hearing
him again and again.
The astonishing development
in the membership campaign, as
indicated by Harold Turk, act-
ing chairman, was the great num-
ber of new members obtained by
just a handful of men, as fol-
lows: Nat Roth, 22; Louis Hei-
man, 18; Rudy Adler, 11; Louis
Gordon, 6; S. B. Miller, 5; Paul
Sobel, 5; Harold Turk, 4, and
David Blank, 4.
To Leon Kaplan falls the
honor of being member number
100 proposed during the Anni-
versary Campaign. He was pro-
posed by Stanley C. Myers, with
whom he is associated.
A. Z. A. Advisors
Filling wide gaps in the ranks
of A. Z. A. advisors has been
the concern of Sholem Lodge for
some time. This grave situation
has been remedied to some ex-
tent by Joe Rudd, Edward A.
Klein and Joseph Socolof. who
volunteered to work with the
A. Z. A. boys, but more men
are needed.
Milton Wasman, an A. Z. A.
advisor, left Miami. Now an en-
the century" on some jurisdic-
tional question. How unim-
portant that seems now! Good
luck. Ensign Wasman, and safe
harbor.
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Levin, 600 cc Carl Weinkle. 500 correspondent and Milton
v,Ca;rdAT\^inmIn0b3cc^,CCHeSrd; Wasman wfged the 'battle, of
Bulbin, 1,000 cc; Louis Heiman,
500 cc; Leo A. Chaikin, 1,000
cc; R. R. Adler, 3,600 cc; Marty
Milstein, 500. cc; Ethel Cassel,
300 cc; Max Holtsberg, 500 cc;
Bertha Holtsberg. 300 cc; Abe
Aronovitz. 3.625 cc, and Ida
Optner, 800 cc.
An excursion into calculation
discloses that this constitutes
29.77 pints of blood, since 29.57
cc. constitutes one fluid ounce.
So it is quite apparent that while
helpful, to be effective more
blood donors must be found to
supply the needs of this commu-
nity, which is serviced by the
Dade County Blood Bank. It is
very important, since this source
is our only stock-pile that is
available on short notice for
regular needs or for casualties
during a disaster.
As previously announced. Sho-
lem Lodge, through its Ladies'
Ladies' Auxiliary, is operating
the Rummage Store previously
managed by the Jewish Welfare
Bureau at 167 N. W. Fifth Street,
Miami. Net proceeds, of course,
for charitable purpose with no
profit accruing to any of the par-
ticipants.
Experience so far has shown
that there are plenty of cus-
tomers, but a dearth of salable
and usable second-hand clothes
and "rummage" has curtailed
sales. Request is made for cloth-
ing and articles of general mer-
chandise suitable for resale.
Bundles can be dropped in pass-
ingthe Rummage Store is just
across the street from Rosedale
Delicatessen.
Membership Campaign
March 28, 1943, will see the
close of this intensive campaign
for new members to celebrate
100 years of B'nai B'rith. And
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock, on
March 28, at Temple Israel, all
members of the Anniversary
Class will receive their formal
initiation into Sholem Lodge.
BiTcayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725
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next week number 109. are asked to pre-
sent themselves for initiation at
the foregoing time and place.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar will be
the guest speaker on that occa-
sion, and is making a special
trip to Miami for that purpose.
As national Hillel director. Dr.
Sachar is known for his achieve-
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PAGE SIX
Klenisl nurxliktri
FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1943
GOAL IS EXCEEDED
By
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
kas gone over the top in its spe-
cial membership drive com-
memorating the 100th anniver-
sary of the founding of the order
in 1843 by Henry Jones. Start-
ing with 1,280 initiated members,
the goal of not less than 100 new
members was exceeded this
week, according to Harold Turk,
ahairman.
The 100th Anniversary Class
will receive its charge March 28
at 8 p m. at Temple Israel, when
there will be an address by the
guest of honor. Dr. A. L. Sachar. 1
national director of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations, and
formerly associate professor in
European history at the Univer-
sity of Illinois. Dr. Sachar is
also the well-known author of
"Sufferance Is the Badge" and
"History of the Jews" In honor
of the return visit by Dr. Sachar
to Greater Miami. Sholem Li Ige
has decided to continue its mem-
bership until that date.
The following members of the
lodge are responsible for the 106
pew members thus far obtained:
22
18
8
6
S
5
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Nat Roth
Louis Heiman .
R. R. Adler
Louis Gordon
S. B. Miller
Paul Sohel
David Blank
Harold Turk
Gus Trau
.Milton Friedman
Aaron Edelman
Joseph Soci
Dr. Kurt Wellisch
Samuel Getzug
William Friedman
Harold M. Blichor
E. Albert Pallot
David Brown
Morris Kronberg
Isaac Levin
Isadore Cohen
Leo Ackerman
Walter Kovner 1
Henry Bulbin 1
Sol Goldstrom 1
Maurice Cromer 1
Ernest Sussman 1
George J. Bertman ... 1
Albert A. Green 1
. Rosengarten 1
William Friedman 1
Ben Giller l
Stanley C Myers 1
Alex S. Cohen 1
Leo Eisensti 1
Harry I. Magid 1
Morris J. Gerstein l
The new members whose nai
have not been previously pub-
lished are Eton Feldmann, Her-
man Popkin. Hairy Fleishman.
Max Schemer, Max Feder, Moe
Kirschenbaum, Harry Gordon,
Mark Max. Louis M. Fui
Dr. Leonard H. Jacobson, Mor-
ris Futernick, Carl Rubel, Abe
Kinn, Irving Westin, Da\ id Phil-
lips. William A. Rose, 1)
Rosengarten, James Handelsman,
Alex Drucker. Louis Rn,
ward M Bernstein. Arnold New
man, Benjamin Appel. Alfred B.
Rosenstein, Joseph Sugarman
Leon Kaplan. Jacob A. Leasky,
Norman Jacobs. Benjamin Shul-
man. Henry Feder. Max Mark
and Arthur Jaffe.
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TAX DEED
File 36040
Notlea la hereby given thai v Lan-I
k>n McOlnnts, holder r.s aaalgnee of
Cltj of Miami Tax Certificate num-
i dated the -'.'h day "f
June, a !> 1938. hai riled aald I'ei
my offli.-. and has made
' fo taj >ie. ii (o lasue there
on in aceot lance with law. Said t.'er-
- I ea the '. How de-
hi in..-.! i.ropertj It iat< -I In Da.de
I' la. i wit
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in loc k S, Page l6 In the city of
' ml. t (.untv >r i iUcle, State !
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The naeeaament "f aald property
under the Certificate Inaued w
the name "f Unknown Unless aald
ite ihr>ii be redeemed acco k
Ing to law. tnx on the i:th da] ol April, a i. i:.i.:
iMte.i this ioth day .>r March, .
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' lerk of i 'Ircult Court,
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IN THE FOX BUILDING
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FOR
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Chapter 17457Acts of 1935
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NUoe Is hereby given that C n
groover ami Katherli Qroovet hue- '
band and wife. holders of State and
' ounty ra> Certificate No 1911 la.
have Wl dav "f ,,,,r- A *,
ha\e f|le,1 same n^ ..ff e and
have made application for a tat d--d ,
to laaued thereon s.-,i ,,, .'"AT VT "" d"crlbed
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PlnrV.L'i, '-"i".k T,e-lee, a Sub .
name r s || BartleU
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k1 rtccord'n* '" *w, the property
described therein will be aoja to the
hiehest bidder at the ,,, Hoi
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" May, 1943. which s the 3rd (lav
ajSsf-iflf" di,"d *M
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< lerk of Circuit Court
r, i >. i"'* County, Florida
BJ I. M Johnson. [, ,
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.. ,. NAME LAW
Notice m hereby Klven
Max R. silver
M IIKI.H
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo Rader of
Belle Glade and Miss Rosalie
Gordon spent the week-end in
West Palm Beach. Mr Rader
just returned from New York
where he attended the funeral
of his mother.
Beth Israel Sisterhood met in
the hostess room of the Florida
Public Utilities Co. Tuesday at
2 p. in.
B'nai B'rith Auxiliary held
their meeting Tuesday evening
at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Helen Hirschkorn, 420 Flamingo
Drive Election of officers took
place. The meeting was well at-
tended.
I'vt. Joe Schrt'bnick. son of
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, city, has
been transferred from New Or-
leans to Los Angeles, Calif..
where he is attending an ad-
ministrative school.
Temple Beth El630 Fern
Street. Rabbi Manuel Green-
stein in charge. Services each
Friday at 8 p. in. Saturday serv-
ices, 9 a. m. Temple School. Sun-
day. 10 a. m.; daily, 2 to 4 p. m.
Temple Israel (Reform 12014
Broward Avenue. Dr. Carl N
Herman, rabbi; Mrs. Robert
Atkisson, organist. Service* en
Friday evening at 8:15 'clock.
remple School. Sunday, 9:45 a. ss.
Mr and Mrs. Ben Ryder *-
tertained a group of yonrig
people at their home. 1811 Flor-
ida Avenue. Sunday, in bossor sf
their sun Julian, who was el-
brating his 11th birthday. As-
sisting the, hosts in servivg r*-
' I ments were Mrs. Johnnns
Schloss, Mrs. Pearl Held. Mrs.
Roger Powell and Mrs. Wallse- 1-
felder,
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About production: Don't g,Ve
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tion known to you. Let the other
fellow get what he's supposed to
know out of the newspapers
About airplanes: Production of
any plant or number in any mili-
tary unit Location, destination
or time of departure of air u ,
Troop movements r war ma
"rial shipment by air Ch.S?
*! a"d limiitSn,. DeSI:
opment or txperiment.
LX)N*T TALX
About damage: Generally saak-
"ig. do not disclose any sniorma-
tion In your possession as o dass-
age done to our side by saw -
"on of the enemy.
About fortifications aad aati-
aircraft installations: Loeatioa
and description. Loeatioa
t)omb shelters or camouflaged ob-
jecta or other defense precau-
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FRIDAY. MARCH 19. 1943
+Jewish fhrkllain
PAGE SEVEN
WAR RECORDS
COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEO. M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. W. B. Director
GREATER miMM RRIHV RI1D MUV lOmmiTTEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
H PK
SERVICE
* j*. r\ f\ r\
PARADE!
A COMMUNITY PR CTJ E C T
"Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services"
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK. Chairman
MONTE SELIG. Vice-Chz.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sec
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mrs. Walter Bronston
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Maurice Grosman
Louis Heiman
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Morris Klass
Mrs. Murry Koven
Harry Markowrti
Nat Roth
Milton Sirkin
Joseph Stein
Mrs. Herbert Wallaeh
Carl Weinkle
Service Men Bits
JOB DAVIS, Miami attorney,
and now a member of the U. S.
Wary, has been promoted to lieu-
tenant, senior grade. He is sta-
tsoaed in Fort Lauderdale.
SGT. JACK ABBOTT, sta-
tioned at Gulfport, Miss., spent
several days in California where
he escorted a troop train.
AARON GOLDENBLANK. sta-
tseesd at Fort Benning, Ga.. was
a visitor to the city this week.
Mhnself a wounded veteran of
fcfce first World War, George
Bloomberg on March 19 will have
three sons in the services. The
yonagest, ROBERT L.. 18 years
Id on that day, will enlist on
hie birthday.- MELVIN H. en-
Med June 6, 1941, and is in the
FORWARD MARCH!
nch week we will list in al-
phabetical order the names of
the men of Dade County who are
now m the service of the United
States. This week:
Bader, Harry
Baker. Nathan
Balik, Joseph
Balik, Oldrich Jos.
Bander, Milton E.
Baron, Niels M.
Baron, Bert
Bavarsky, Abraham L.
Beckerman, Dave
Belbow, David
Benjamin, Alan I.
Benjamin, Alexander
Borger, Murray
Berlin, Herman Jr.
Berner, Louis
Bernstein, Edward
Bernstein. Oscar I.
Bildner, David
Bilkis, Seymour
Blaser, Seymour
Blate, Herbert
Bloch, George J.
Bloomberg, David M.
Bloomberg. Louis
Bloomberg. Melvin
Bracher, Arthur G.
Breitstcin. Beryl I.
Brodor. Edward R.
Brodor. Myron
Bronstein. Harry M.
Bronstein, Sanford K.
Brostoff, Seymour M.
Bruncr. Ben
Berke. Dr. Jerome
Besinick, Sidney L.
Barnett, Miss Betty
Barnett. Miss Shirley
Bodenstein, Abraham
Baida, Julius
Berman. Morton R.
Bernstein, Norman
Bernstein, Roy
Bernstein. Herrick William
Boniske, Israel E.
Beerman, Mose
Bookman, Milford N.
Berner, Leo
Barnett, Young William
Barasch, Irving I.
Berman, Seymour
Blum, Irving
Berger, Irwin
Barnett, Herman
Breskin, Bertha
Pictured above are the "Victory Girls" of the Miami Beach Service League. Reading from left to right are: Leah Simerick, Dorothy
Parker, Dorothy Lightman, Betty Welitskin, Sarah Lightman, Helen Sapir, Bernice Fox, Jacqueline Rutt, Betty Berger, Mildred
Berger, Bernadine Roth, Ingrid Levy, Barbara Singer, Lee Katz, Viola Landsberg, Janie Gershon, Gertrude Steinberg, Millicent Roth,
Ruth Solloway and Cella Dobrin. The following girls eligible for this picture but not appearing are: Toby Cooper, Polly Gershon.
Beatrice Dee, Regina Oster, Barbara Parron, Leona Jacobson and Ida Schwartz. All of these girls by virtue of having served a
minimum of 50 hours since Nov. 1 have won a silver pin, which Center awards in conjunction with the local and state defense councils.
navy as a radio officer. North
Atlantic Squadron. DAVID M.
enlisted in December of that year
and is with the Expeditionary
Force in North Africa.
Three sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Marks, 1619 Jefferson
Avenue, Miami Beach, are in the
service.
LT. BERT WAYNE MARKS.
M. C. of the 22nd O. T. Battalion
at Carlisle Barracks. Pa., is a
graduate of Louisville Medical
School and was awarded A. O. A.
Honorary Medical Association,
June. 1940.
SGT. CHABLES A. MABKS
is with 26th Troop Carrier
Squadron. Del Valle Army Air
Base in Austin Texas. He is cap-
tain of baseball team of 26th
Squadron and expects to enter
O C. S. Administration School.
CPL. ELLIS MAGID MARKS
of the Post Finance Office, Fort
Knox. Ky., graduated from Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School
and was a student at University
of Florida for one and a half
years. Left college and went to
Fort Knox. Feb., 1942. Worked \
in that office as a civilian until j
July, 1942. Enlisted and is
again in the same office.
WALTER H. COHN. Jr.. whose
parents reside at 1974 Marseille
Drive, Miami Beach, lost no time
in getting his sergeant's stripes
when he went into the army in
July, 1941. He was assigned to
the army air forces at New Or-
leans. In February last year he
was made a corporal and in
March, a sergeant
ABOUT OUR BOYS
A recent graduate of the Army
Air Forces Officers' Candidate
School, Miami Beach, 2nd LT.
BILLY R. ARENS now is sta-
tioned with the air force head-
quarters squadron in the Carib-
bean Sea.
His duties are those of censor
officer, assistant transportation
officer and assistant mess officer.
His wife, Mrs. Mildred Patricia
Arens, lives at 5352 Pine Tree
Drive, Miami Beach.
CORP. BERNARD KAPLAN.
1017 Jefferson Avenue, a former
member of the Miami Beach po-
lice department, and PVT. WIL-1
LIAM FREEMAN, also of Miami1
Beach, are attending military po-
lice school at Camp Gordon, Ga.
While in Miami Beach on leave,
after foreign duty, LT. MORTON
MARBURG, U. S. A. Air Corps,
has joined Mrs. Marburg at the
home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Sonneborn. 3925
Meridian Avenue. Mrs. Marburg,
the former Miss Violet Sonne-
born, lived here before her mar-
riage in 1941 and was a student
at the University of Miami.
STANLEY GORDON. 764 S.
W. 10th Street, assigned to duty
with Marines after officers' train-
ing at Quantico, Va.
JACK COHEN, brother of Mrs.
M. J. Rauzin. 1385 S. W. 19th
Street, promoted to corporal at
Boca Raton air field.
Name__________
slsVsni (Home).
Date of Birth.___
tfama af N
Address____
1
Selection of 2nd LT. CHARLES
R. ABELE. 21, Miami Beach, te
attend the battery officers' course
at the Army Field Artillery
School at Fort Sill., Okla., is in-
cluded in the recent announce-
ments of promotions and assign-
ments of South Florida men.
The son of Mr, and Mrs. Her-
bert Abele, 4501 Prairie Avenue,
Miami Beach, Lieutenant Abele
reported to the Oklahoma post
from Fort Bragg, N. C. He is a
graduate of the University of
Florida and was president ef
Sigma Nu fraternity.
CORP. LAWRENCE G. COHN
has returned to Camp Blanding
after visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Cohn. at the Polo
Apartments. Miami Beach. He
brought with him his bride, the
former Harriet A. West of New
York.
Relafrr.
. Date of Enlhrsment
Branch ef Servian.
Barrios Addsesm__.
Tel. He.__________
Fremsti.
CORP. EDDIE COHEN, former
amusement columnist in Miami,
is company clerk in the office
of Captain Haddon at Camp
Blanding induction center.
Parents, relatives or friends
will assist the War Records Com-
mittee if they will fill out tha
blank on this page and return
same immediately completed. We
need the complete record for our
files. If you know any service
man not listed above please let
us have his record card. The
committee needs your help, so
help to keep the record straight.
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WORKERS ORGANIZE
FOR FEDERATION DRIVE
Campaign Planning Committee
Mrs. Samuel Rost
Mrs. Monte Selig
Rudy R. Adler
Benjamin E. Bronston
Mrs. B. E. Bronston
Jacob Felt
M. J. Kopelowitz
Harry A. Cornblum
Maurice Grossman
Stanley C. Myers
Mrs. S. C. Myers
E. Albert Pallot
Leo Robinson
Jacob Sher
Fred Shochet
Mrs. Sam Simonhoff
Harold Turk
Herman Wall
Carl Weinkle
Sam Zinkow
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
Federation Campaign Officers
CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN
STANLEY C. MYERS
CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR
MORRIS KLASS
CAMPAIGN TREASURER
JOSEPH M. LIPTON
VICE-CHAIRMEN
Dr. Frank Coret
Samuel Friedland
Nathan Glosser
George Goldberg
Harry Harris
Dr. Jacob Kaplan
Maurice J. Kopelowitz
Samuel Lavine
J. Gerald Lewis
Marcie Liberman
Mark Max
Lt. Baron DeHirsch Meyer
Max Orovitz
Mrs. Matilda Ratner
Leo Robinson
Samuel H. Rost
Morton Russack
Mrs. Monte Selig
Jacob Sher
Benjamin Slote
Lt. Col. Elry Stone
Mrs. Ann Frutkoff
Mrs. Sam Getzug
Mrs. S. Harris
Mrs. L. Heiman
Mrs. Samuel J. Kanner
Mrs. S. Lefcourt
Mrs. H. Kaufmann
Mrs. M. Boyd Kay
Mrs. Lerer
Mrs. M. Mell
Mrs. H. Oliphant
Mrs. M. Orovitz
Mrs. L. Pallot
Mrs. R. Plaut
Mrs. M. Rosenberg
Mrs. A. Rubel
Miss Freda Rubin
Mrs. Rutt
Mrs. E. Scheuer
Mrs. S. Schwartz
Mrs. A. Shapiro
Mrs. Sylvia Steig
Mrs. M. Scheinberg
Mrs. Jule Schwartz
Mrs. Charles Strauss
Mrs. W. Weintraub
Mrs. Herman Wall
Mrs. Nat Williams
Mrs. I. Hirsch
Mrs. Harry Platoff
ARRANGEMENTS
DIVISION
Mrs. B. E. Bronston. Chairman
Mrs. Joseph R. Stein,
Co-Chairman
INITIAL GIFT
Benjamin E. Bronston,
Co-Chairman
Mitchell Wolfson.
Co-Chairman
PUBLICITY DIVISION
Fred K. Shochet, Chairman
SPEAKERS' DIVISION
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman,
Chairman
Albert B. Bernstein
Mrs. George Chertkof
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Louis Heiman
Morris Klass
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers
Stanley C. Myers
Rabbi Max Shapiro
VOLUNTEER SERVICE
DIVISION
Mrs. George Chertkof,
Co-Chairman
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
Co-Chairman
Mrs. Leo Ackerman
Mrs. G. B. Center
Mrs. Frank Coret
Mrs. P. Courshon
Mrs. Ferber
SPECIAL GIFT
Sam Blank, Co-Chairman
Carl Weinkle. Co-Chairman
Leo Ackerman
Rudy R. Adler
Morris Alpert
Jack August
Leo Chaiken
Dr. Frank Coret
Jacob Dubinsky
Jacob Felt
Arthur S. Friedman
Louis Heiman
Mrs. Moses Kreiger
Marcie Liberman
Joseph M. Lipton
Harry Markowitz
Benjamin Meyers
David Phillips
Leo Robinson
Jennie Rotfort
Morton Russack
Jacob Sher
William D. Singer
Benjamin Slote
Joseph R. Stein
Mrs. Ada Joseph
Sam Zinkow
ADVANCE GIFT DIVISION
Jacob Felt. Co-Chairman
Herman Wall, Co-Chairman
TEAM No. 31
Leo Ackerman. Captain
Joseph L. Arkin
David Bass
Henry Bulbin
Leon Green
Abe Kurman
Jack Miller
Joseph M. Rose
Morris B. Rubin
Abe Schonfeld
TEAM No. 32
Harry Boyell. Captain
Abe Aronovitz
J. E. Freeh ling
Max Holtsberg
Leonard Jacobus
Isadore Kaufmann
Abe Kronenfeld
Isaac Levin
Mrs. Benj. LeVine
Dr. Philip Weinstein
TEAM No. 33
George Chertkof, Capt.
M. J. Kopelowitz
Sidney Palmer
Albert Quadow
Hy Rifas
Joseph Teppcr
George Wolpert
TEAM No. 34
Dr. Frank Coret, Capt.
Jennie Rotfort
TEAM No. 35
William D. Singer. Capt.
Harry Blunnn
Mack Cohan
Harry Speier
Joseph R. Stein
TEAM No. 36
Joseph A. Berman. Capt.
Archil' Brick
Lou Fleischnian
Walter Kovner
Kenneth Oka
Joseph M. Rose
Milton Sirkin
TEAM No. 37
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers.
Captain
Mrs. Morris Alpert
Mrs. Emanuel
Mrs. Charles Lippow
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein
Mrs. Edw. J. Weinstein
Mrs. Ada Joseph
TEAM No. 38
Nat. H. Hankoff, Capt.
Joseph Ram bam
David Phillips
TEAM No. 39
Sam Lachman, Capt.
William Lowenthal
George J. Bertman
Mrs. Moses Kreiger
TEAM No. 310
Charles S. Tobin. Capt.
Irving Frankel
Isadore S. Perse
Leonard Ban-
Harry Magid
Mrs. Samuel Karns
Mrs. Max Marks
Mrs. Rose Rifas
Mrs. Albert Roscnthal
Mrs. George Alpert
Mrs. Jack Zwicker
Mrs. Sidney Zwicker
TEAM No. 56
Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
Captain
Mrs. Joe Silver
Co-Captain
Mrs. David Frecaman
Mrs. Sona Gerbert
Mrs. Ann Greenberg
Mrs. Grace Hoffman
Mrs. Krantzman
Mrs. Z. Liebman
Mrs H. Mandell
Mrs. Lena Menses
Mrs. Joe Poison
Mrs. Nathan Schiff
Mrs. Israel Shapoff
Mrs. Mannie Shuhow
TEAM No. 57
Mrs. Max Shapiro.
Captain
Mrs. Samuel Dickson
Mrs. Charles Fisher
Mrs. Norman Jacobs
Mrs. Charles Lefkove
Mrs. Sidney Rauzin
Mrs. Isaac Rosengarten
Mrs. Philip Rothschild
Mrs. Max Swartz
Mrs. Samuel Traurig
Mrs. Al Zalka
TEAM No. 58
i Mrs. William Feldman
i Mrs. S. Berman
TEAM No. 507
Mrs. L. Wolk. Captain
Mrs. D. Plotkin,
Co-Captain
Mrs. Babin
Mrs. J. Bensky
Mrs. Goldfarb
Mrs. M. Greenberg
Mrs. M. Jonkel
Mrs. Esther Kanefsky
Mrs. A. Orvitz
Mrs. Shlosman
Mrs. M. Stuard
Mrs. M. Welner
Mrs. Zalinger
TEAM No. 508
Mrs. Rose Marcus,
Co-Captain
Mrs. P. Friedman,
Co-Captain
Mrs. Edelman
Mrs. Futernick
Mrs. Hantman
Mrs. Jonkel
Mrs. Lapson
Mrs. Rattner
Mrs. Schwartz
Mrs. Stein
Mrs. Waltman
TEAM No. 509
Mrs. Harry Platoff.
Captain
Mrs. Albert Barmack
Mrs. Adolph Ginsberg
Mrs. Sam Silver. Capt. Mrs. Gazella Kahn
WOMEN'S DIVISION
Mrs. Max Dobrin.
Co-Chairman
Mrs. Monte Selig.
Co-Chairman
TEAM No. 50
Mrs. Jake Eppstein,
Captain
Mrs. Moo Feingold
Mrs. Harry E. Fineman
Mrs. George Goldberg
Mrs. Ann Pastroff
Mr Douglas Raff
Mrs 1. 1.. Reisman
Mrs. Mux Sperling
TEAM No. 51
Mrs. Hyman Kaplan.
Co-Captain
Mrs. Herman Wepman.
Co-Captain
Mrs. Leo Ackern
Mrs. (', orge Adler
Mrs. 1.. Boyer
Mrs. Milton Friedman
Mrs. Leon Levy
Mis Moms Marks
Mis. Harry Polance
Mrs. Maurice A. Sagcr
TEAM No. 52
Mrs. Isaac Levin. Capt.
Mrs. Larry Fav
Mrs. I. H. Goldman
Mrs. Stuart Gordon
Mrs. Julius Jacobstein
Mrs. Isaac Kaufman
Mrs. Nat Roth
TEAM No. 53
Mrs. Morris Jacobs.
Captain
Mrs. F. Arnov
Mrs. Brailow
Mrs. L. Leiber
Mrs. C. Moss
Mrs. B. Rifkin
Mrs. H Rose
Mrs. Siegel
Mrs. J. H. Siegel
Mrs. Titlebaum
Mrs. H. Waitsman
TEAM No. 54
Mrs. Joseph Schaffer,
Captain
Mrs. Sidney Altorman
Mrs. Joseph Bermann
Mrs. Ralph Gitlin
Mrs. Robert Kagan
Mrs. Rubin Lubel
Mrs. Herman Slepian
Mrs. George Sunshine
TEAM No. 55
Mrs. Herbert Scher.
Captain
Mrs. Maurice Furman
Mrs. Paul Barnett
Mrs. Ida Bernstein
Mrs. David Catsman
Mrs. Calvin Kaler
Mrs. S. B. Miller
Mrs. Alfred Nathan
Mrs. Marvin Rauzin
Mrs. Sam Schatzman
Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
TEAM No. 59
Mrs. Nat Williams.
Captain
Mrs. George Greenspan
j Mrs. Max Halpern
I Mrs. Edward Lovitz
Mrs. Bessie Rudolph
Mrs. Philip Weinstein
Mrs. Sam Zinkow
TEAM No. 500
Mrs. Morris Alpert,
Captain
Mis Anna Cohen
| Mrs. Maurice Jacobs
; Mrs. Sadie Kahn
I Mrs. Nathan Kaplan
Mrs. Harry Marcus
Mrs. Joseph Rambam
Mis J. M. Rosenthal
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein
Mrs. Phillip Salmon
Mrs. Ben Tun-inn
TEAM No. 501
Mrs. Frank Coret.
Co-Captain
Mrs. Harry Rubin.
Co-Captain
Mrs. M. Joselofl
Mrs. J. Albert
1 Mrs Herbert Klemian
Mrs. Lightman
Mrs. Louis Lytton
Mrs. Colman Zwitman
TEAM No. 502
Mrs. David Honoroff,
Captain
Mrs. A. J. Divorsky
Mrs. Benjamin Finkel
Mrs Theodore Firestone
Mrs. Barney Fleischer
Mrs. Evelyn Gordon
Mrs B. Kline
Mrs. Charles Raab
Mrs. Anna Rubin
TEAM No. 503
Mr. and Mrs. Isador
Goldman. Co-Captains
Mrs. Vosberg.
Co-Captain. Surfside
TEAM No. 504
Mrs. Ada E. Joseph.
Captain
. Mr.. Mrs. L. Huberman
1 Mr.. Mrs. H. Push in
Mrs. Oscar Shumer
, Mrs. J. B. Solomon
TEAM No. 505
Mrs. Moses Kreiger.
Captain
Mrs. Nathan Glosser
| Mrs. A. Rauzin
Mrs. Sam Rost
TEAM No. 506
Mrs. Joseph Lipton.
Captain
I Mrs. Morris Freidberg
Mrs. Leo Radoff
1 Mrs. Sam Lipton
Mrs. Florence Craig
Mrs. J. J. Goodman
Mrs. Ben Rimer
Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild
Mrs. G. Sadowsky
Mrs. Nat Slome
TEAM No. 510
Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Captain
Mrs. Joseph A. Berman
Mrs. Leo Chaiken
Mrs. Garry Glatt
Mrs. Leiberman
Mrs. J. B. Margolis
Mrs. Carl Weinkle
Mrs. Harold Turk
Mrs. Joseph Williamson
Mrs. Anna Gordon
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MEN'S DIVISION
Milton. Friedman.
Co-Chairman
Harry Zuckernick.
Co-Chairman
TEAM No. 60
Joseph Tepper, Capt.
Max Azar
Sam Beckman
Joseph Bermann
Sidney Lefcourt
Harold Meyi r
George Rachlin
Charles Rosengarten
William Silverman
Bernie A. Sterling
TEAM No. 61
Herman Wepman. Capt.
j I. B. Berk
Aaron Edelman
Robert Fish
Dave Katzman
Lester Lasky
S B. Miller
Max Silver
Paul Sob.l
TEAM No. 62
Harry Boyell. Capt.
Abe Aronovitz
J. E. Freehling
' Max Holtsberg
I Isadore Kauffmann
Abe Kronenfeld
Isaac Levin
Mrs. Be njamin I.e Vine
Dr. Philip Weinstein
TEAM No. 63
George Chertkof. Capt.
Larry Grossberg
Sam Neufeld
Hyman Orin
Mendel Scheinberg
Ed Van Damn
George Wolpert
TEAM No. 64
Sam Dickson. Captain
Theodore Berman
Norman Jacobs
Jacob Kirshberg
Robert Krenzman
S. H. Palmer
Hyman Sootin
J. Sutton
TEAM No. 65
Leon Kaplan, Captain
Sam Bra verm an
David Bear
Charles Belero
Philip Berkowitz
Murray Budner
Mrs. A. I. Orlansky
Max Rifas
Morris Rosenberg
D. Singer
John Temple
Mrs. Joseph Zalis
TEAM No. 66
Ernest Sussman. Capt.
' Nathan Adelman
Lou Black
Leon Elkin
Leonard Jacobus
Irving Querido
B. Rifkind
Alvin Sandier
Manny Schon
Sam Silver
TEAM No. 68
Edward I. Lovitt. Capt.
Alex Cohen
Sam Goldenblank
Hyman Kaplan
Jules Pearlman
Al Quadow
Sam Shapiro
Sam Seitlin
TEAM No. 69
Hy Rifas, Captain
Paul Barnett
Marx Feinberg
Jesse Glance
Henry Kaufmann
Victor Levlne
Norman Lyons
Dave Rifas
Frank Rose
Norman Rothschild
TEAM No. 600
Joseph A. Berman.
Captain
Max Bogorad
Archie Brick
Lou Fleischman
Milton Sirkin
TEAM No. 601
George J. BcrtDJa
C op tin
TEAM No. %Ql
Daniel Broad. Captiia
Harry Bodenstein
Mrs. I. Englander
Max Feldesh
Mrs Sadie Kravetz
Mrs. Esther Levy
Jacob Lurie
M. Rash kin
David Rosenblum
Abraham Selevan
TEAM No. 603
Louis Marcus, Captain
M. Blumenfeld
S. Bookspan
M. Cooperberg
M. A. Emanuel
I) Friedman
Max Hantman
B. Minenberg
; H. Seitlin
s Shubow
M. Wolfman
TEAM No. 604
Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off. Captain
Frank Becker
Max Feit
David Goldstein
Harry Wasserman
TEAM No. 605
Kenneth Oka. Captain
Irving Firtel
TEAM No. 606
A. B. Rosenstein. Capt.
Benjamin Appel
Herman Bach
George R. Cohen
Abraham Frankel
Harry Kohn
Samuel Lobel
Robert Nordin
Julius Rosenstein
Samuel Rubin
Raymond Rubin
Charles Tobin
Abraham Zinnamon
TEAM No. 607
Hyman Laibson, Capt.
L. Bakerman
E. Dicky
I. Hochman
J Pollock
P. Rabinowitz
Mrs. Spivack
S. Venus
NEW GIFT DIVISION
Harold Turk. Chairmn
YOUTH DIVISION
Maurice Grossman.
Organiser