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The Jewish Floridian ( April 9, 1943 )

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fdemsti Florid!iain £25553 Ylht& Jllh Vmalty H VOLUME 16—No. 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1943 CITY MM EVE Ben Kaufman, national commander of the Jewish War Veterans, will pay an official visit to this city as head of a large military organization when he addresses enlisted military and local citizens at Beth Jacob Congregation Monday evening. Mr. Kaufman has the double distinction of receiving the congressional medal in World War I and being re-elected as national commander of the J. W. V. of the United States. His hosts will be the local Frieda Markowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans and its auxiliary, who will also have the privilege of hearing Ray Schoenberg) national president of the Jewish War Veterans' Auxiliary. Chaplains in this area, city officials and distinguished representatives of the armed forces and patriotic organizations will participate in the program. Nat Roth is in charge of the arrangements, and the public is urged to attend. A luncheon at the Palatial Restaurant will be tendered Mrs. Schoenberg by the local auxiliary with the members of the post as guests. PRICE 10 CENTS CHANGES TO BE MADE IN WAR BOARD POLICY Certain changes in policy of War Price and Rationing Board were announced recently by Fred T. Youngs, Jr., chairman. Due to the rush of other rationing matters and the scarcity of personnel, replacement of lost, stolen or misplaced ration books of all kinds cannot be made short of 60 days after application for replacement has been made. In exceptional cases where an obvious hardship would be worked by the application of this policy the board will accept written requests for more prompt handling. These requests must state reason why applicant cannot wait 60 days for replacement. If the board considers the reason sufficient an appointment will then be made for a personal appearance before the board. Mr. Youngs also stated that for the same reasons until further notice no additional sugar ration for canning will be granted. JIINTMlfiED BY DEPARTMENT HEAD FOR RESCUE JEWISH INDUCTEES GET STAY FOR PASSOVER General Vivian G. Collins, director of Selective Service for the State oi Florida, is sued an order Thursday to all draft boards to grant requests of stays of induction of Jewish men scheduled to leave several days prior or on April 19th through the 26th. This order was given to enable draftees to spend the Passover holidays home and will automatically move the day of leaving for these individuals to the morning of the 27th. It was further noted in order to receive this stay, application must be made by the individual to the draft board. BISHOP CLAIMS IEWS SHOULD BE ADMITTED CHILDREN WILL NOT BE CHARGED IN FUTURE ffl CROSS DRIVE TINUE L Dade County Red Cross war fund contributions Saturday totalled $208,000. it was revealed in figures released by Oscar Dooly, Jr., campaign chairman, who said the drive would continue until the minimum quota of $274,000 was reached. So far. the drive is approximately $60.000 short of its goal. Contributions received at War Fund Headquarters Saturday ineluded $823.30 from the women's residential section canvassers; S2.236.52 from the industrial division, which jumped to second place in the drive with a total contributions so far of $43,445.37, displacing the special gifts division which this week ran third with offerings of $42,270. Highlight of campaign promotion activities for the week were the appearance of Col. Hans Christian Adamson. Colonel Adamson was a companion of Rickenbacker's during the illfated South Pacific tour which 'ruled in a 21-day existence aboard a life raft before they Were rescued. Walter L. Harris, chairman of the Dade County chapter, issued invitations to 100 men and women to attend a war fund luncheon at 12:15 p. m. Tuesday m the Urmey Hotel, where Colonel Adamson was guest M>enker. Those present pledged ineir efforts to secure the additional funds. Tel Aviv (WNS)—Elihu Dobkin, head of the immigration department of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, called upon the United States and Great Britain this week to appoint jointly a high commissioner empowered to take all necessary steps to effect the rescue of the remaining Jews in Nazi-occupied countries Mr. Dobkin, speaking at a press conference, disclosed that the Jewish Agency has sent representatives to Swedtn and Portugal to expedite the transfer to Palestine of Jews arriving in these two neutral nations from Naziruled territories. He reported that the more than 30,000 immigration certificates still available for Jewish immigration under the terms of the British White Paper of 1939 have been embarked for Jews in Nazidominated countries, including 10.000 to Poland, Lithuania and Latvia; 5.000 to Bulgaria; 5,000 to Hungary; 9.000 to BohemiaMoravia; 1.000 to Slovakia; 1.000 to Holland, and 500 to Belgium. Stressing that "the most urgent task is to save as soon as possible 5.000 Jewish children in the Balkan countries," Mr. Dobkin announced that the Jewish Agency has created a committee of five, including Miss Henrietta Szold. to prepare for the immigration and education of the children. He estimated that it would cost $400 a year to care for each of the 5,000 refugee children. A well attended meeting of the board of directors of the Jewish Education Association, held at Beth David Talmud Torah Tuesday night, adopted the policy that all children now attending the J. E. A. branches or enrolling in the future shall not be charged tuition. Feeling that Hebrew education of the children is a community responsibility, the directors decided that ways and means should be found to finance the program without taxing the parents of the children attending Hebrew school. This plan is effective immediately at all of the J. E. A. branches, including the N. W. Branch at 135 N. W. Third Avenue, N. E. Branch at 137 N. E. 19th Street. S. W. Branch at 1567 S. W. Fifth Street, Y. M. H. A., and South Beach Branch at 311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. The president. Louis Heinian, announced that an active enrollment campaign will begin immediately, in which the aid will be enlisted of the sisterhoods of the various congregations in the Greater Miami area. A joint meeting will be called shortly of the J. E. A. and representatives of the sisterhoods interested in Hebrew education, when the plans for enrollment will be outlined and a concerted drive started. The president requests that all women interested enlist for service immediately by calling the J. E. A. office, phone 3-5858. New York (WNS)—The Jewish people should be granted official standing as a member of the United Nations and should I be given a seat at the peace conference that is to follow an Allied victory, Bishop Francis J. McConnell of the Methodist Church declared in an article appearing in the current issue of the Jewish Mirror, a new monthly magazine. The bishop cited the existence in Palestine of a "Jewish-Commonwealth-in-the-making" as a basis for the recognition of the Jews as a nation. He added that to force Jews to remain content with representation by the governments of which they are at present nationals, would in certain cases place their fate "in the hands of persons and governments guilty of committing the grayest injustices, and crimes against the Jews in recent times." 7-MILLION BOND IS QUOTA SET FOR DADE THIS MONTH FEDERATION ENDS EFFORL IS Residents of Dade County will be expected to purchase $7,138,000 of all types of government securities over and above what is sold to banks during the period of April 12 to May 1, it was revealed Wednesday at a joint meeting of the War Savings Committee and the Victory Fund Committee in the Sunshine room of the Ingraham building. H. C. Welborn, state manager of the Victory Fund Committee, and Karl Lehman, deputy administrator of the Florida war savings staff, both of Jacksonville, addressed the gathering and urged formulation of plans for the two groups to co-operate in bringing the local drive—part of a national effort to raise 12 bilion dollars in the 20-day period—to a successful conclusion. For the first time, workers in either organization will be in a position to offer investors anything they might want to buy in the way of government securities, Lehman pointed out. since the two groups will work jointly under the War Finance Committerminating its Horace F. Cordes, chairman pf Summing up the recent cam% Gentry set'uo^to < 7Z2r 10-day effort quota passed campaign chaw his expectations had been met. t ne Vu \ u> ry Fund Committee. "Prior to the campaign. Mr. i t 7 head th? mmhin' H' ^^^ Myers had full confidence in the ; heir ifroLos n %Tl n ^ T goal being reached with Greater $f£ g UPb ,n lhe '^coming Miami Jewry realizing and ac-1 cepting the response to the many rt with a $135,977 ,u ,[,,/• Sordcs chairman of i Stanley C Myer?. i |{l e ll War Savings Committee, and lairman. stated that ( W,11,a m Atwi,, i, Jr chairman of : i I i_ ... .... line VlCtorv Fnnrt Cnrnmin.... issued a statement titled "Am I Right or Wrong?" His message indicated his expectations and the plea that Miami Jewry would rise to the occasion. The success of the drive was evident providing a coverage of prospects would be made He again thanked the hundreds of workers and contributors who assisted him. cepting the response to the many II / %  causes served by Federation. DurII I ing the campaign when prospect ] coverage began to lag. Mr. Myers %  U • JEWISH REFUGEES STflTESSECy.HULL Washington (WNS)—The im""'diate opening of the doors of ^alestino by the British govern"JJ-'nt "for the unlimited entry of an Jewish refugees, irrespective their ports of embarkation" £nd the abrogation of the White aper restrictions, are demanded ") a proclamation issued this it A v tne Zionist Orfanization ,' America here over the signa'"•< %  of its president, Judge Louis *• Lcvinthal. LAUNCH NEW TERROR AGAINST FRENCH JEWS London (WNS)—Nazi authorities in occupied France have launched a new reign of terror against the Jews, including a house-to-house search by special Gestapo squads in Paris for several thousand Jewish children who have been taken in and protected from the Nazis by nonJews, according to information received this week by the British section of the World Jewish Congress, According to these reports, obtained from a noted French Jew who has manaeed to escape to a neutral country, the Nazis in France have instituted a system of "death convoys," under which French Jews are rounded up in their homes and on the streets, herded in concentration camps and then deported to Eastern Europe. BULGARIAN POLICY IS REVERSED BY LIBERALS Washington (WNS) The United No campaign is successful un-; States has taken up with count.I everyone is given the oppor; tries in Latin America the possitumty to give. Morris Klass. ex, bility of their acceptance of subecutive director of Federation, stantial numbers of refugees stated. There are more than a | from Axis-dominated countries thousand cards, according to Mr. i Secretary of State Cordell Hull Klass. that are yet to be solideclared this week cited and contributions recorded. Speaking in connection with His efforts and those of his work-1 the forthcoming Anglo-American ers are now being placed in that refugee conference in Bermuda diction. Mr Hull said that both Britain' Istanbul (WNS) Mounting protests, led by liberal members of Parliament and high Church leaders, resulted in the announcement this week by Premier Bogadan Filloff of Bulgaria that the announced government decision to deport Bulgaria's Jews to Poland and other Nazi territories I has been cancelled. A meeting of the Executive Committee of Federation has been called for the afternoon of April MEETING OF MASSES CONDEMNS EXECUTION IEWS PARTICIPATE IN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL London (WNS)—For the first time since 1940 when the Nazicontrolled Vichy regime introduced the Nuremberg anti-Jewish laws in North Africa, Jewish representatives participated this week in the sessions of the Casablanca municipal council, it was reported here. The meeting was attended by French. Moslem and Jewish members of the council. At the outset of the session the council's New York (WNS)—Jewish and non-Jewish leaders joined this week in condemning the Soviet execution of Henryk Ehrlich and Victor Alter, leaders of the Jewish Socialist Bund in Poland, at a mass protest meeting in Mecca Temple. Speakers included Senator James Head and Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia of New York. Denying the Soviet charge that the two executed bund leaders had conspired for a separate peace with Nazi Germany, David Dubinsky. president of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, said that Ehrlich and Alter were executed because they were "oooonents of all dictatorships, including the Communistic dictatorship." Abraham Cahan, and the United States would keeD all interested nations advised of 12 at 3:30 p. m. at the Federation ISBHSrV Wrtt office. At this session, campaign I America and Britain have for a matters and plans for the spring long time been giving soeeiil activities will be formulated. |consideration to tne pSSuSTof : finding havens for refugees flee1 mg persecution. (In London, Prime Minister Winston Churchill said that the question of rescuing the Jews in Nazi-held lands would be discussed in Parliament upon the return of Anthony Eden, British foreign secretary, who has' reviewed the refugee problem with Secretary of State Cordell Hull and other American officals in Washington—Editor's note). The suggestion was made recently in London by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Dr William Temple, that the United Nations approach Eire regarding that country's willingness to accept refugees, particularly children. Eire is one of the few neutral nations in Europe and is reported riL havc adequate food supplies. Ihe belief was expressed here that a plea on behalf of the refugees to Eire by the Vatican or presiding officer apologized to the Jewish members for their in-1 editor of the Jewish Daily Forfees ^iri hv < ability in the past to attend the, ward, branded the Russian accub^the United Stated?J£2?IL2 council meetings. 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PAGE TWO • • Jew I si)Flcrldltori FRIDAY. APRIL 9, 1943 ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES 1 %  iiininiuunnuuuuwH AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS NATIONAL HOME FOR JEWISH CHILDREN At the mooting hold March 1 29 at 1711 Alton Road, Miami Beach, of the women's division of the American Jewish Congress, Mrs Sherry of the Chicago division and Mrs. Lottie Ratsprechor from the national office gave Interesting speeches on the work being accomplished by the congress. BETH SHOLOM CENTER The officers and directors elected at Beth Sholom Center on Wednesday night to serve for the coming fiscal year will be installed at the first anniversary dinner of Beth Sholom Center, to be held at the Palm Dining Room. Collins Avenue and Eighth Street, at 7:15 p. m. Sunday. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will be the Marcus installing officer and Bergsman will be the toast-1 dent of the Miami chapter. master. Retiring President Alfred B. Rosenstein will deliver his farewell message and will turn the gavel over to his successor. MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE The Greater Miami chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver held their annual Doners' Day luncheon Tuesday at the Club Mayfair. The dinner was well attended by both members and friends. Jack Bell, Miami Herald's famous 'Town Crier." spoke on the "Present War Problem.'" Motion pictures of the Home at Denver were shown, followed by the entertainers from several night club shows. Myron Newman was appointed one of the national directors of the home. Congratulations from the Miami chapter were extended to Mr. Newman upon his appointment and Mrs. M. Ross, president, thanked the committee, headed by Mrs. M. Newman and Mrs. I. Miller, [or the success of the afternoon. Other speakers were S. Goldstrom, national director, and Mrs. Goldstrom, honorary vice piesiMyron Newman was master of ceremonies. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONALWOMEN The regular meeting of the Business and Professional Group of Hadassah will be held Monday evening at 8:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Edward I. Lqvitz. 658 N. E. 73rd Street. Miami. Mrs. Milton Sirkin will give a talk on Youth Ahyah. Refreshments will be served. WORKMEN'S CIRCLE Workmen's Circle Branch 692 of Greater Miami will feature for their Sunday night vocal concert the opera tenor, Sedor Belarsky. The concert will lie held this Sundav. April 11. at 8 p. m. at the Miami Beach Senior High School Auditorium. Marx Lewis will be the guest-speaker and Max Zaret/ky. president of the Hat and Millinery International Union, will be chairman. HADASSAH MIZRACHI The Miami Beach Mizrachi at its regular meeting held last Sunday elected the following newofficers: Women's division, Mrs. Miami Service League of the' J. Brenner, president; Mis. Chill Y M H. A. wishes to announce \ and Mrs. Berger, vice presidents; that the squadron dance planned Mrs. J. Kirshenbaum, correfor Thursday evening, April 15. sponding secretary; Mrs. F. Kalhas been changed to Monday; stein, recording secretary, and evening, April 12, when the Mi-, Mrs. Adlerblum, treasurer. Mm: ami Service League will be host division: Rabbi U. Felshin. presito 200 servicemen from the niedident; M. Vanger, vice president, dical division of Miami Beach., and I. Miller, treasurer. All Victory Belles are asked to, please attend. Due to the change in date, the regular meeting will be held Wednesday evening, April 14. Members and their friends are invited to attend. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. BETH DAVID TOWER THEATRE W. ITH ST. AT 15th AVE. OPEN AT 1:46 P. M. FrL, April 9th—Lost Day "SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE SECRET WEAPON" WITH BASIL RATHBONE NIGEL BRUCE The last of a series of book reviews sponsored by Beth David Sisterhood will be reviewed by Rabbi Max Shapiro Monday evening, April 12. at 3:15 in the synagogue. Tiic rabbi will review Lit the People Know" by Norman Angell. Tickets can be purchased the same evening. Harry' Markowitz, president of Beth David Congregation, announces a regular meeting Sunday evening, April 11. at 8 o'clock at the Beth David Auditorium. At the next regular meeting of Beth David Sist( rhood to be held Wednesday afternoon, April 14. election <>i officers will take place. Every member is urged to attend this meeting. The annual Thrift Luncheon sponsored by Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah will take place Mondav. April 12. at 12:30 p. m. at the U. S. O. Center. 1711 Alton Road, Miami Beach. The event is sponsored by the Child Welfare Committee, headed by Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild, chairman, and Mrs. Harry Nevins. cochairman. The guest-speaker will be Mrs. Anna Shomer Rothenberg, member of the Speakers' Bureau of National Hadassah. who will discuss Hadassah's wartime emergency program for the children of Palestine. The nominating committee will bring in its report. After the program. members will enjoy mah jongg and cards. Reservations may be made by telephoning Mrs Rothschild, 5-7055, or Mrs. Nevins, 4-1646. CANTOR MAMCHES TO BE FEATURED APRIL 11 Sunday evening, April 11, will be the date of the seventh annual concert featuring Cantor Maurice Mamches instead of as previously reported. To be held at the Beth Jacob Synagogue the concert will open at 8:30 p. m. with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff as master of ceremonies. Cantor Mamches will be accom-1 panied in his recital by Eleanor Clark Linton at the piano. An elaborate program of assisting artists will feature Frederick B. Terens of San Diego. 13-year-old violinist; 7-year-old Joyce Drucker in comedy skits; Melvin. Michaels, violinist: Rev. David Wolf, tenor, accompanied by Edith Freeman at the piano; Ethel Baron, mandolin, and Madame Shubov and Dorothy Feit in readings. Hosts for the evening will be Morris B. Frank. Harry Wasserman and David Goldstein. A reception will be tendered following the concert with hostesses including Mrs. Ida Spivack. Mrs. Ann Berow. Mrs. Pauline Chill, Mrs. Bea Warter. Mrs. Anne Lurie, Mrs. B. H. London. Mrs. Mary Saal. Mrs. Knerleld. Miss Belle Segal. Miss Jane Handel. Miss Rose Becker, Miss Ann Fricdberg. Miss Miriam Feit. Miss Charlotte Frank. Miss Selma Goldstein and Miss Judith Saal. DUTCH COURT OF NAZI OFFICIAL SPINOZA FORUM Prof. William H. McMaster of the University of Miami will be the guest-speaker this Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Spinoza Forum, meeting under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street. between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. • Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. thru Tues.. April 10-13 "SOIMTHMG TO SHOUT ABOUT" WITH [ANET BLAIR DON AMECHE JACK OAKIE —EXTRA — NEW! TIMELY! "America's food Crisis" For rationing and the point rationing system graphically explained in this vital issue of OUCH Of III MAX'S DELICATESSEN & 1 1131 W. Flagler Street TELEPHONE 2-9392 We Carry a Full Line of MATZOHS. WINES and All PASSOVER ACCESSORIES We Advise You to Place Your Order Early JEWS FROM ALGERIA PROTEST TO GIRAUD New York (WNS)—Leaders of the Algerian Federation of Jewish Societies are drafting a protest to the Giraud administration against the abrogation of the Cremieux Decree of 1870. the newspaper PM reported this week in a copywrighted dispatch from its correspondent in North Africa. Kenneth G. Crawford, the PM correspondent, reported that the protest will be presented to General Giraud by Dr. Henri Aboulker, one of the federation's leaders, who, the report added, "along with many other Jews, collaborated with American officials in preparing for the landing of American troops last November." I London (WNS)—The Central I Council of Appeal in Nazi-occupied Holland has upheld a decision of the Civil Servants Court, 'annulling the action of the Nazi 1 mayor Utrecht, who dismissed a civil servant for wearing a Star of David as a demonstration of sympathy for the Jews of that nation, it was reported this week by the Aneta News Agency. I "The ruling bears out recent re1 ports that The Netherlands courts have been defying the decisions of Nazi officials in The Netherlands. The organ of The Netherlands Socialist Party, Volk en Vaderland. said only recently in commenting on similar court derisions that "this is a pretty little game for reactionary gentlemen— this custom of tripping up mayors. They already have the friends of the Jews on their side while the smirking masses laugh at this game as they reach the conclusion that the National Socialists of The Netherlands do not have much authority." Volk en Vaderland also termed :The Netherlands courts "a mighty j enemy of National Socialist progI ress." At the same time Aneta reported that all Jews in eight of the eleven provinces of occupied Holland are to be evacuated and placed in the recently established German concentration camp at Vught. The Netherlands, by April 10. the Brusseler Zeitung said today. A report from Stockholm said yesterday that 13,000 persons already had been placed in the Vught camp, which it said was designed to hold 25.000. The provinces from which Jews will be taken are Friesland. Groningen, Drenthe, Overijssel, Gelderland. Limburg, North Brabant and Zeeland, comprising *U but the three central provinces of North Holland, South HOV\MW\ and Utrecht. PASSOVER GREETINGS CORAL GABLES MACHINERY EXCHANGE 4101 South Dixie Highway PHONE 4-4522 TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER DR. W. H. ELLIS PASSOVER GREETINGS WHITE SUNDRY STORE 2833 Bird Avenue PHONE 4-9140 ZJWiS&ZZl PASSOVER GREETINGS THE BOAT RESTAURANT 39 N. E. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1943 -Jew/st> Ihrktlan SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pepkowitz. 550 11th Street, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mildred, to Sgt. Paul Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Miller of New York The wedding will take place in May. CEREMONIALS Last Friday morning, at the Jackson Memorial Hospital, Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr and Mrs. Sol Taplin, 2263 S. W 21st Terrace. On Friday afternoon, at the St. Francis Hospital, Rabbi Machtei circumcised the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Schwartz, 940 Jefferson Avenue The Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Lozoff, 2113 S. W 14th Terrace, took place at the Jackson Memorial Hospital on Monday morning, with Rabbi S M. Machtei officiating. iMtiHiL.iiimi>cnri!ti I r,mimiiiiii iD.mniiniim w i ill B-n 1— J Anna Bulman visiting them from Washington, D. C, were Rabbi ggd Mrs^ S. M. Machtei, Mrs. C M^ m M M ^H Bcr er Mr and S* n Berwin G. Cohen. Mrs. ,nJT M C h T n> ^ Mrs H Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. I. C Greenberg, Mrs. M. Goldman, Mrs. F. Horowitz. Mr. and Mrs. H. Kohn, Mrs. T Lewis Mr. and Mrs. R. M. NorM? 1 5 !" d M / s S Rabinowitz. T o a f? d ?? rs M Rosenstein. Mrs J. Scheaffer, Mrs. H. Schmerin! Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Tobin. Miss Bee Winkleman and Miss Nan Winkleman. WEDDINGS ANNIVERSARY David Deutsch and Miss Pearl Alpert of Lake Worth. Fla.. were married at the home of Rabbi S M. Machtei last Sunday afternoon in the presence of the immediate family and a group of friends. After the ceremony the wedding party celebrated at the Palatial Restaurant. ^J, dmg JJ t ^ elr honeymoon here. *wi*f edd,n i* was an eve "t of April 1 at New York City when Ur. London was betrothed to Dr. nr S PH R p th Pe /x n da "ghter of Dr Ed Peron of New York mSL n l 0n attended Ida M. ^i sh er High and the University hi^ 1 n g ??' .u here he solved 2?Jo' ^ He %i l en attended Harvard Medical School, where he received his medical degree and interned for 18 months at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston He is associated with the Bellevue Hospital in New York, where he met his bride. Upon her return to New York, she will become Dr. London's parents have been res dl n ? ln Miami Bca ch for the past 18 months. Mrs. London is president of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood which she has served as head for the past five years PAGE THREE LONG-TIME RESIDENT ENDORSES CANDIDATE Harry Simonhoff, long-time resident and active communal worker, this week issed a statemem endorsing the candidacy of Abe Aronovitz, who is striving to secure a seat on the city commission in the forthcoming elecPERSONALS Abraham Zinnamon, 4326 Sheridan Avenue, was the guest of honor at a surprise birthday party at his home on Tuesday night in honor of his 62nd birthday anniversary. Present, in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Zinnamon and their daughter, Mrs. The marriage of Miss S;rah Silverman to Samuel G. Litowitz was solemnized this week by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches. A reception Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock at their home, 2840 Fairgreen Drive. Miami Beach, will be tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. London in honor of their son, Dr. Seymour London, and his bride, who are Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. SECOND STREET 3 OFFERS A COMPLETE Passover Holiday unsurpassed in detail of preparation — aervice— cuisine refinement and hospitality. Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner, as well as a la carte service. Special rates for the entire Passover Week. Morton S. Fagan Management I $ Sader Ritual will be conducted on both nights by the popular Cantor Louis Hayman Golden-Voiced Tenor WE SUGGEST EARLY RESERVATIONS PHONE 2-9869 Sam Seitlin left for a six weeks' stay in New York. ,, & %  & -it l..ft r ,K ?nd M"George Chertkof left this week by plane for New Orleans for a short stay. Cadet Marvin G. Apte, son of Hint 3 !" 1 M 1 S J A Ck A P tc a st "A A £ Gordon Military Academy, Barnesville, Ga. informed his parents this week of his promotion to cadet corporal. He was made acting sergeant and was awarded a citation card for the best drilled squad. His parMa 31 aUend h S graduation Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Grossman of New York are visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Grossman, at 1330 Meridian Avenue Also visiting them is Pfc. Ralph Grossman, who has just been promoted to private first class at fort Devins, Mass., where he is a member of the 152nd Observation Squadron, Army Air Base He is here on a short furlough. Mr. Aronovitz has had endorsements of many other prominent Miamians who, in addition to securing the support for his candidacy, is urging Dade Countians to register immediately. Mr Aronovitz stated that the importance of registering cannot be over-emphasized. It is the basic foundation of individual freedom and democracy, he remarked. "It gives me pleasure to endorse the candidacy of Abe Aronovitz for the office of city commissioner. It is my opinion that he would make a faithful public servant for our city. He is a close student of municipal government, and has a detailed ti^ led / c m?f the P ublic inst 't"tions of Miami. He is fully equipped by training and by experience to render valuable service for the welfare of the people of Miami. rJ Mr Aronovitz has a keen sympathy for the underprivileged. He has been for years a valiant champion for the rights of the forgotten man. Honest and feari eSS W V s : l bcl 'eve. pecularily qualified to fill the honorable position of a city commissioner for Miami. I sincerely hope he will be elected. COMPLIMENTS i LaFrance Cleaners & Dyers 244 N. W. 35th Street SEASON'S GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 820 Security Building MIAMI, FLORIDA SINOERB PASSOVER OREJBTINOB To OUR PRIBND8 AND PATRONS HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 224 North Miami Avenue I-JIONK L'-iML's •IBffgElNQH TO OUR MANY KlUKNDs AND CUSTOMERS RED TOP CAB and BAGGAGE CO. "Always Call the Red Top" PHONE 3-3131 MIAMI PHONE 5-3497 MIAMI IlKAl'll PALMER runeral Chapel] 200B V>. FLAOLER ST. AMBULANCE A OfcCa SERVICE 9-/004 KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS Compare Our Poultry and Prices — at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street Shoched On Duty Every Day Phone 3-5448 PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative PASSOVER GREETINGS OSCEOLA MARKET George Jacobs, Proprietor Quality Fancy Western Meats and Fancy Groceries WE DELIVER 2293 S. W. 17th Ave. — Ph. 4-1727 To Our Friends and Patroni A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER SAVOY HOTEL MRS. BRIGHAM 252 N. W. Second Street PHONR 1-8811 Mr an d Mrs. I. Engel left Wednesday morning for Atlantic uty after spending three months *t the Gilbert Home. Bnai B'rith Lodge, 1146. held 'heir semi-monthly meeting Tuesday night at Sher Memorial Hall. H17 Go( Jdmark, president, preyed and an interesting talk was given by Commissioner Lake uytie. Mrs. Rose Schechter, sister of Mrs Shochoff, left for her home Brooklyn after spending sevwal weeks here. mends of Mrs. Sheppard will "•am with regret of her passing -*ay at New York last week. ne was the mother of Skippy Sh 'Ppard. M M,s L I rv 'ing Moss entertained dav f 624 35th Si !" ct Mon ay afternoon in honor of her g^Wnter, Rosalyn, who was celeiiu?i 1 B her llth birthday. Guests Eluded Janet Grant, Doris Moss, Chrystelle Pruitt. Joy Dickson, Norma Lee Marts, Meredith Harriss, Ruth Watkins, Betty Dunkin, Joyce Gentry, Ann Caldwell, Wanda McClung. Rita Moss, Patricia Hayes, Alice Blake, Jessica and Teeny Pepper, Patty Street, Betty Lou Morgan and Betty Joy Hazeltine. HAPPY PASSOVER SECOND AVENUE STOVE CO. NEW AND REBUILT GAS AND ELECTRIC STOVES 201 N. W. Second Avenue PHONE 3-1383 For the Beet In Deary Product* ALFAR CRE1AMERV CO. WEST PAL|4 BEACH MILK—CREAM ICE CREAM SKAGSETH STATIONERY CO. 72 N. E. 1st Street. Miami PHONES—2-8491 8-4001 1452 Wash. Ave., Miami Beach PHONE—5-0894 SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Batch County. featuring tke Rationally Famous Southern Dairiaa Pre•*~ Cl IAy ducts and lea Cream. —' aaUU • AS NEAH TO YOU AS YOUH PHONE LAND O'SUN DAIRIES BRINGS YOU Milk and Dairy Products Kosher for Passover Under the Supervision and Hasgacha of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach Despite rigid war-time restrictions, manpower problems and inadequate supplies, we are pleased to again serve the Passover requirements of our Jewish patrons Phone 5*5537 Now! To Insure Your Requirements Register Now if you have not previously registered to vote In the city of Miami or have moved your residence since the last city election. Books ar open. Don't wait! or order from route sal esman



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PAGE FOUR >Jewlsi>fk>rld**r_ FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1943 vu not long age he had the thrill of participating actively in an American raid over Germany. WEEKLY GIGGLE... m „ th Winchell zayz he laughed his head off at the tale OI j" Berlin worker who asked a bank clerk how to invest his u savings of a thousand marks "Buy State bonds, advised jn clerk "But suppose the State goes broke? countered u worker "You forget that the Nazi Party will zee that doesn't" "But," persisted the man, "supposing the Nazi rm collapes?" "Well," yelled the clerk, "wouldn't that be worm a thousand marks?" rmw.mm^iKiHg Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nuts—In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the IJEBIOIJEH ££icxtteM&n and ReMauSuud 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic %  • MATZO MEAL F ARFEL* CAKE MEAL • WHOLE WHEAT MATZO •EGG MATZO



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FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1943 +Jewls9)fhrklk*ti PAGE FIVE •"••" ••^V-WW^I VWWW Wl i RELIGIOUS ANNQUMCEMENTS BLACKOUT INSTRUCTIONS A blackout is scheduled for this Friday night at 9 o'clock. It is forbidden to extinguish or move Sabbath candles once they have been lighted. Prepare yourself in advance with blackout facilities for the room in which you place your Sh abbot* candles; or light your candles earlier, so that they will be out before 9 p. m. (they must burn half an hour after sunset, though) or cut down the sise of your candles so that they will not violate the blackout. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 690 a. W. 17 Ave., Miami JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Kabbl LEWIS ORBKN, Sexton Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and 0 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conducting in dual capacities as rabbi and cantor, Friday evening and Saturday morning, sermonizing: "The Portion of the Week." Shalosh S'oodoss, 5:45 p. m. Adult classes: Daily Mishnais, 6-7 p. m., Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, conducting. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM 535 N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos: Saturday 8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. Daily service morning and evening. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami MAX SHAPIRO. Itabbl IX)U1S HAYMAN, Cantor Friday, 6:30 p. m.: Kabbalas Shabos service. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services: Rabbi Max Shapiro, preaching. Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos, 6:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1416 ESucltd Ave Miami Beaoh ABRAHAM I' WOLF. Cantor Friday. 8 p. m.: Due to planned "blackout," no late services. Abraham D. Wolf and the center choir will conduct Kabalas Shabos at 7:15. Saturday, 9 a. m. services: Rabbi Andron conducting Bible (lass 5 p. m.; Oneg Shabot, 6 p. m. Daily services: Morning and evening. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Sales and Leases B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph.6-5868 BETH SHOLOM CENTER 781 4lst St., Miami Beach 8. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday: Because of defense council's test "blackout," there will be no 8:15 p. m. service. Saturday, 9:45 a. m. service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "PrePassover Thoughts." Adult classes: Advanced Jewish Law, Sunday, 11 a. m.: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Mental House Cleaning." BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wash. Ave. and 3rd St., Miami beach MOKES MICK('HKly)Fr', Itabhi MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services: Rabbi Mescheloff: "Fighting Disease." Cantor Maurice Mamches, chanting. Early Sabbath service, 7:00 a. m. Sabbath afternoon, Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion of the Week." Servicemen's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schafron. 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. SCHAAREI ZEDEK 1545 S. W. Third St.. Miami SIMON APRIL* Rabbi Services: Friday, 6:43 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m.: The entire services will be conducted by the students of the Talmud Torah. Garvin Kleber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kleber, will lead with the conducting of the Shacris services. The public is urged to attend to hear the juniors participate. Shalosh Sudas, 6:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami COLMAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi RAHBI JACOH H. KAPLAN. 1'h.D l'.;il't. I Emeritus Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman conducting short service. Saturday, 11 a. m.: Services. TEMPLE EMANU-EL i8oi South Andrews Ave. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. Hiform SynaK


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PAGE SIX Jcwlstinor*f**fi FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1943 Y. M. H. A. NOTES Bf HARRY SCHWARTZ Concert Series Huge Success Last Sunday afternoon a very appreciative audience listened to the excellent rendition of violin selections by Sgt. Bela Urban of the Army Air Forces. This was the first in a series of three,concerts sponsored by the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. Everyone present agreed that this was not only an outstanding affair, but the type of project that should be sponsored more often Miss Doris Reno of the Miami Herald who was present at the concert, gave it an excellent review the following day. Sergeant Urban was accompanied at the piano by his wife. Virginia Urban, who rendered several individual selections. A novel feature of this concert was the narrating by Edward Clarke of the University ol Miami. Mr. Clarke gave a 1 of the selections rendered by Sergeant Urban and interspersed his remarks with excellent hudrive will be inaugurated. In the meantime, rft^eting. are held every Sunday morning at the "Y." Jewish youth organizations in the area are requested to send two representatives to these meetings. Home Camp The fifth annual session of the Y. M. H. A. Home Camp will commence on or about June 14, 1943. and will run for a period of nine weeks. While plans are now in the formative stage, Maurice Grossman, executive director, expects this year's camp to be bigger and better than ever. Of course several problems due to the war must be adjusted; namely, the serving of food and transportation, but Mr. Grossman states that these matters will be adjusted satisfactorily to the best interests of the children. As usual, a Campers' Institute will be held this year for a period of six weeks prior to the camp opening. This institute consists of a series of lectures and clinics to better enable the instructors and counsellors to conduct the camp program. All persons interested in acting as counsellors and instructors, please contact Mr. Grossman and register immediately. Sewing Group Busy at "Y" The American Red Cross Sew\ ing Center, sponsored by the Y. W. H. A., and opened since March 1. has to its credit 400 hours of volunteer service for This enRECOMMENDED On this page will appear the advertisements of a group of "above the average" tens and individuals whose product or service has proven Reability and Dependability. Feel free to call 24141Oh %  ? time for further information as to any of the advertisements.^ed below 01 to fiU any of your many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be placed at your disposal. Ask for B. R. Walzer. DR. I. M. ROSENTHAL Hu Reopened His Officet at 420 LINCOLN ROAD Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldg. for the practice of dneates of tne HEART and LUNGS For Appointment. Phone 6-2232 m or The next concert will be held on April 25. when Frank Edwinn. J the month of March vocalist, will be the artist Youth Council A meeting of the Y>>uth Council of Greater Miami was held at the "Y" on Sunday morning. A fine representation of the various youth groups was present and a constitution was adopted. The next meeting will be held Sunday morning at the "Y." when plans for ,i membership GREETINGS BROWN'S GARAGE General Repairs —Weldinq Motor Tune-Up—Machine Shop 217 S. Dixie Highway C BROWN. Owner PHONE 4-9482 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4.2424 thusiastic group of ladies, num| bering 20 at the present time. sew men's, women's and children's garments which are shipped by the American Red Cross to ail war-torn Allied countries, as well as throughout the United Si ites, in distressed sections due to .::-:,-•• % %  .-iR-h as floods, hurricanes, etc. However, to meet the demand, large quotas of garments have been placed upon our local chapter of American Red Cross, and many more workire required to sew for this worthy cause. The public is therefore asked to please cooperate For details, call 3-8304. Will Celebrate Birthday Harry Smart, our genial caretaker, will celebrate his hirthday next Wednesday. April 14. at the "Y" gymnasium Harry extends an invitation to all his friends to come and celebrate with him. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER DR. WALTER K. FOLEY OSTEOPATH "lO Lincoln Road PHONE 5-4057 PASSOVER GREETINGS DADE TYPEWRITER CO. •98 N. E. Second Avenue On the Corner WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES Rentals Repaire Supplies AIJ, MAKF.S PHONE 3-5335 I*\I >n:it Funeral t'hnpel 2001 W. FLAG III ST. AMBULANCE SERVICE i TrTTf TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A HAPPY PASSOVER JOHN FALKENBERG DISTRICT MAN VOEK AMERICAN EXPRESS HAPPY PASSOVER DE GENITO LIQUOR STORE 701 N. W. 79th Street PHONE 7-9135 PASSOVER GREETINGS E. GEORGE BERNARD Postal Bldg Phone 2-2843 PASSOVER GREETINGS FRANCIS HOTEL 19 N. E. Third Street MIAMI Phone 2-9227 The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OJTICI to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. Suit* 30* MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry PASSOVER GREETINGS PHONE 5-4063 IRVIN'S CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH RESTAURANT Breakfast — Lunch — Dinner &f 41 41at Street Miami Beach FRED A. KOENIG PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY PHONE 2-7641 260 S. W. Sixth Street ALPERT'S RESTAURANT and DELICATESSEN Serving BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON DINNER FAMOUS FOR OUR SANDWICHES Ocean Drive at Biscayne St. MIAMI BEACH r V PHONE 'V^ % 2-3I5I W INSURANCE .^ar sEyBOLD k *jfk BUILDING Rawl&xHi'tu Upholstery. Slip Cover Drapery Shops Complete Lin* of Exclusive Decorative Fabrics 35 N. W. 1st St. Ph. 3 89SI BOWL FOR HEALTH AND FUN PALACE BOWLING CENTER 2101 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2 8891 Dr. Frederick R. Frank Chiropractic Physician A COMPLETE HEALTH SERVICE Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory X-Ray 1138 West Flagler Street 3-5961 Miami Eitabliehed In Miami Since 1*17 Hanson .Roofing Co. ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR* "" tTAL PHONE 4-BMO 414 S. W. 22nd AVENUB HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED DR. KEENE 121-2-3 Seybold Building BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 44014 CORAL GABLES SEASON'S GREETINGS! The Best Chop Suey in Towr CHICKEN CHOW MEIN n R I E N T A L U GARDEN 272 Weil Flagler Street OPEN ALL SUMMER Buy Stamps and Bonds. PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N. W. Seventh Avenue PHONE 2-7901 PASSOVER GREETINGS LEW-HEWES OUTBOARD SERVICE 414 N. W. N. River Drive PHONE 2-8918 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE FOR Buy Stamps and Bonds. HAPPY PASSOVER DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO. 1528 N. W. Seventh Avenue Phone 3-2907 J B HURST • HAPPY PASSOVER ECONOMY DRUG STORE 1101 N. W. Third Avenue PHONE 3-1463 HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS SJ. K R E S S HO. 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. £v3GUST BROS RJ^ la the BEST OF APPLICATION TAX DEED File 36040 Notice In hereby .Iven that K Iandon MrUlnnis. holder an assignee of City <>f Miami Tax Certificate numbered 1702H. dated the 6th day of June. A. l> 13. has fllwl aai.1 ( Dart*. S'ate •* Florida. Th.' aMMfcssrneiit of said jirope'tT under the Certificate Iwicd w:ut in the name "f Unknown. Unless mud Certificate ahall be redeemed accord 1 inn to law. tax deed will Isaue theraun on the ISth day ol April, A I> I Iftttud :.'.. loth day of Man*. A \t IJIJ K It UaATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, I >ade County, Florida It I. M Johnnon. D. C. iCliciitt Court Seul) 3/12-19-2K -4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'otue is hereby given no t undersigned, deal ring to engage In busineae under the fictitious iiAine i" tMINCJO TRADING COafPAJn Intend* lo register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court ef i >.nle Count v. I'loi Ida M HBU> Uai I! Silver. \' • n • for Applicant. Made Frora Fresh Orange* WE WISH TO EXTEND TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS THE HAND OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP THROUGH THE HOLY DAYS OF PASSOVER HAMMOND FISH COMPANY 25 S. W. S. RIVER DRIVE PHONE 3-1326 THREE O'CLOCK .... AND I HAVENT SLEPT A WINK" WAKEFUL. NIGHTS-how the time draga! Minutes seem like hours, we worry over thin** Sffa. 2 kft undon *After auch a night, we get i ui K"""""* more tired than when we went ^„KT' A erv ,V? Tension causes many a wakeful night and wakeful nighte are likely to cauae NerK^ea ii n u. Next time yo *** 1 Nervous and yo^it^bJd^ ^ lumble and woriy MtXet DR. MILES NERVINE Dr. Miles MMmi^S/S^SS^ V, P ? %  ** "dirty. Wakeful, take Get Dr. Mile. N2|1 !J T ,fi d "* "d Nerv'ou. tadlgertion. £ck.ge175*. Small p7cktge 'fiTt^X 1 ** M ^ecent Tablet., I-rge B*. both equally effectiv^Ta' %  wSr 4'"* Bottle %  ••• Sman B* your money back. Read d.rcVuon!ltn7• ^.t^rarrteed to atify or ^^^^^ orecuong and ^ only M directe{L D R MILES



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FRIDAY, APRIL 9. 1943 Jcnisti f/cricffon 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 CREHTER minmi RRRIV MID RHUV COmmiTTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD w ^ J*, SERVICE ^ /*. r\ r\ j*. PARADE! A COMMUNITY PROJECT "Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services" ABOUT OUR BOYS Promotions for men completing courses at the Fort Benning, Ga., infantry school include LEONARD GREENBLATT? pro* motod to first lieutenant, son of Mrs. Ida Greenblatt, Miami Beach, OFFICERS SAM BLANK. Chairman MONTE SELIG. Vice-Chx. JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sec EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mrs. Walter Bronston Mrs. Max Dobria Maurice Grossman Louis Heiman Dx. Jacob H. Kaplan Morris Klass Mrs. Murry Koven Harry Markowitx Nat Roth Milton Sirkin Joseph Stein Mrs, Herbert Wallaoh Carl Weinkle HENRY MARVIN HARRIS. 18. an apprentice seaman, is training in Jacksonville. A graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, he worked at Intercontinent over a year before entering the service. He is the son of Mrs. H I. Harris. 634 N. W. 22nd Street. ENSIGN ARTHUR M. SHANDLOFF, a civil engineering graduate of the University of Florida, has received his commission in the Navy after serving with the Army engineers at Boca Raton and Homestead. The son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Shandloff, 350 S. W. 21st Street, he now is stationed at Camp Peary, Williamsburg, Va. AVERAGE SOLDIER DESIRES LETTERS FROM HOME FOLKS LT. JERRY GOLDSMITH and S SGT. GUY GOLDSMITH. JR.. on leave from the armed services, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Goldsmith, Miami Beach. TECH. CORP. JACOB KUNKEL. 719 N. W. 28th Street, is taking a special course of instruction at the Signal Corps School at Camp Murphy, Fla. AVIATION CADET JACOB LINDHEIMER. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Lindheimer. 1035 W. 46th Street, Miami Beach, has reported to the Greenville, Miss.. Army Flying School for further flight training. STAFF SGT. CHARLES A. JAMISON. a former Miami Beach hotel operator, is stationed at Wendover Field, Utah, aerial engineer. Above all else the average soldier wants letters. The average soldier writes and reads three times as many letters as he did in civilian life. What kind of letters should you write, and about what should you write? Major Henry E. Baton says in your letters they want: To be amused; \o hear what changes have occurred since he left America that would have affected his normal life; to know how the events in his theatre of war arebeing publicized; to hear gossip concerning his friends or enemies; to learn who have recently joined the services and the latest reports on what they are doing; to know that he is missed; to know that when he returns there is a reasonable chance of beginning where he left off, or better, both with his old friends and in business; to be reminded of happy moments; to know that plans he has made are progressing; to learn of his children's activities; to receive photos. Baruch, 18 East De Lido Island. He was immediately off to Denver, Col., where he will be stationed with the army air forces. Another Baruch son, ENSIGN SAILING W. BARUCH, JR.. has been training with the coast guard in St. Augustine and at the present time is stationed in New York. A graduate of Miami Senior High School, IRWIN BERGER. 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berger, 1234 S. W. Fourth Street, is stationed at Melbourne, Fla., studying to become an electrician's mate. The youth, who enlisted last November, is a seaman second class. The permanent war records division ef the Greater Miami-Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board will this week attempt by direct mail to contact homes of men who are recorded as in the service. This is done to secure additional information. Recipients of these post cards are asked to immediately fill them out and mail. A little effort on the part of friends and relatives of the men in service will do much towards perfecting these needed records. Return your card without delay! ROBERT WEISKOF. 26-yearold son of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Weiskopf, of 3310 Alton Road, Miami Beach, has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the army air force. He was graduated March 27 at the University of Miami. He entered the service December 2, 1941. He attended Horace Mann School in New York and later Cornell University. CORP. MORTIMER B. WEINTRAUB. 250 N. E. 34th Street, is a successful applicant for admission to the tank destroyer officer candidate school at Camp Hood, Tex. He has been within the field artillery at Fort Bragg, N. C. AVIATION CADET MORTON as HECKER, son of Samuel Heckcr, j 1334 Euclid Avenue, Miami %  Beach, recently qualified as a DONALD BARUCH. graduated pilot in the army air forces at From Officer Candidate School Nashville, Tenn, and is awaiton Miami Beach and his parents ing assignment. He has been ire Mr. and Mrs. Sailing W. promoted to corporal. A former resident phisician at Riverside Hospital here. DR. HARRY U. NEEDELMAN. recently graduated as valedictorian of a class of 106 at Edgewood Arsenal, Md., with rating of first lieutenant. Lieutenant Needelman, who formerly lived at 659 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, has a brother, CORP. ROY NEEDELMAN, with the army in California, and a younger brother, SIDNEY. Name Address (Home) Date of Birth. Date of EnlistmentName of Nearest Relative.. Address Branch of Service Service Address TaL Ne. Relationship Rank Outfit. PVT. MEYER TENNEBAUM of 1364 N. E. Second Avenue is taking specialized training in the signal battalion at Camp Lejeune, marine base at New River,, N. C. Promotions, honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other •vents or services: fEWISH SERVICE MEN IN WORLD WAR 2 The part that Jewish service men are playing in the Armed Forces has found expression in numerous editorials and syndicated columns and in statements by public officials. It is your patriotic duty to give information to this "Service Parade" any interesting information about your boy who is now in the Armed Service. Send us his letters, photos and his comnents. And remember we want the Service Record blank filled in. Do it now I FORWARD MARCH! Each week we will list in alphabetical order the names of the men of Dade County who are now in the service of the United States. This week: Garbler, Paul. Ger, Abraham W. Gilman, Jack. Gittleman, Jack. Gittleman, Bernie (Boris). Glickfield, Lester. Gold, Abraham. Gold, Irving. Gold, Norman I. Goldberg, Irving. Goldberg, Morris D. Goldberg, Sol. Goldberger, Arthur W. Goldberger, Dave H. Golden, Leonard J. Goldfine, David. Goldfein, David S. Goldman, Robert M, Goldstein, Aaron. Goldstein, David. Goldstein, Harold J. Goldstein, Martin. Goldstein, William. Goldweber, Seymour. Gordon, Abe. Gordon, Herbert Robert. Gossman, Frank H. Grebstein. Nathan J. Green, Albert. Green, Morris. Greenberg, Alan William. Greenfield. Allen. Glozoroff, Herbert. Gladstone, Seymoure. Gettis, Justin. Gettis. Merton. Greenfield, Allan. Greenfield, Harold Graham. Goldsmith, Jerome. Goldsmith, Guy L., Jr. Geringer. Bernard. Ciller, Paul E. Ginsburg, Irving Montague. Gold, Arthur. Goldenblank, Aaron. Goldman, George L. Gimbel, Richard. Goldstein, Max. Goldstein, Robert. Goldstein. Harold. Greenberg, Allan W. Greenberg, Hyman. Greenblatt. Nathaniel Edward. Greenblatt, Leonard. Greenfield, Arnold. Greenstein, Arnold. Goldstaub. William. Guttentag, William. Gold, Edwin Leon. Gostel. Julius Greenberg, Edith S. JEWS ON ALL FRONTS LT. MORRIS BERENSON. 24, of Garfield, N. J., Flying Fortress navigator, is the first fourmedal man to be recorded in our Honor Roll. He holds the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters. He is a graduate of Paterson State Teachers College and was a salesman and table tennis champion before he joined the Air Corps two years ago. Lieutenant Berenson has taken part in a score of raids on enemyheld territory. His ship is the "Eager Bcaner." There isn't an important German-held base in the North African area that hasn't felt the weight of bombs of the "Eager Beaner." He was recently transferred to a "new place" where it is "so cold the water in my canteen freezes solid during the night" as he wrote his parents. In one North African raid his crew smashed up seven vessels and reduced harbor installations*to smoking rubble. Five Citations STAFF SGT. THEODORE L. BILLEN. 20. of Poughkeepsie, holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, the Purple Heart and two citations given to all members of the famous 19th Bombardment Squadron, which operated in the South Pacific. Double Citations LT. ALLAN ROTHENBERG. U. S. N., 24, of Washington. D. C, has been awarded the Navy Cross and the Navy Silver Star. He was commander of a patrol plane during the battle of Midway. His was one of the first planes to make a night torpedo attack. One of his reports reads: "Attacked cruiser. One hit. One near miss. Cruiser smoking badly and has been dead in water 15 minutes. Entire Japanese Navy firing at us. Enemy biplane on our tail." Sergeant Bill was on duty in the Pacific for 11 months. His air combat experiences were recently presented in newspaper feature stories throughout the country. Undoubtedly the citation which accompanied the D. F. C. award will tell the story of his great skill and untiring efforts: "Sergeant Billen participated in more than 200 hours of operational flight missions during which hostile combat was probable and expected. These flights included long-range bombing missions against enemy airdromes and installations and attacks on enemy vessels and shipping. Throughout these operations. Sergeant Billen displayed outstanding ability and devotion to duty." Billen is an aerial engineer and gunner. He entered the air service two and a half years ago. and is now in this country serving as an instructor at the Pyote, Texas, Army Air Base. KEEP IN CONTACT WITH THE BOYS Next week, on this page. will appear the address of local boys in service—so their friends may write— "Write to those who fight* Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of: Abess I Costar First National Bank Bkla. Adelman Pipe & Steel Co. 47 ht. %  th St. Abe Aronovitz Miami, Florida Carl's Markets Miami — Miami Baaafc Coven's Shoe Stares ItB E. Flaglor at. — H Llneeta R*. Cromer Wholesale |t N. B. Third St. Green Bros. M N. e. 24th St. Hub Dry Goods 19B N. E. Miami Ave. Jack C. Jayson Miami Donald Lavigne-Uniforns 114 N. a. Second Ava. Markowitz & Resnick 1216 N. B. Second Ava. Miami Iron & Metal Ce. S4S1 N. W. 32nd Ava. Miami Rug Co. 100 a Miami Ave. Palmer Funeral Chapel Sidnay H. Palmar, Rosidant Ownar Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc. 160 E. Flaglar St. Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant 170 N. W. Fifth at. J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins 14* N. Miami Ava. Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan Longford Building Standard Wholesale Grocery Ce. 140 N. B. 10th St. Joseph R. Stein Miami, Florida Sybil's Women's Apparel n a. a. Fift st.



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PAGE EIGHT +jmHlitM0*l FRIDAY, APRIL 9. 1943 B'nai B'rith Notes By Paul Weitsman Buy a Bomber Campaign In April B'nai B'rith in Miami, meaning Sholem Lodge No. 1024 and the Ladies' Auxiliary, is up to its figurative neck in a campaign to sell enough war bonds to "buy a bomber"—S300.000 in war bonds. This is a good place to stop reading—for those who say "Let George do it." But for the rank and file who know that this is their war. their tnais. their tribulations, and that nothing is done as well as when they do it themselves, this is the time to dig down deep into their pockets and load up with war bonds. It is good to give amounts and costs everv so often, so that we get an idea of the magnitude of this war. We hear so much talk of billions that we have no realization of how much money that means. To most of us S300.000 is a fabulous amount, as impossible of accumulation as a bil,• lion dollars. This is a war of "materiel "— both men and women and implements of war are "war "materiel." This may be a brutal wav of putting it. but that is the wav campaigns are planned and battles fought—we lose and use up so much, to gain a cerPASSOVCR GREETINGS ACME SUPPLY CO. 1J4 N. E. 6th St. Phone 26497 PASSOVER GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 Twentieth Street PHONE 5-6669 MIAMI BEACH : tain objective or advantage. What has that to do with war bonds? This—when men are needed, letters are sent out bearing "Greetings from the President" and another man is in the service; when our country needs more of the things necessary to carry' on the war, it buys them, with money obtained through the sale of war bonds. There is. and will be no bottom, until the war is over—and a constant stream of money will have to flow into the factories to be transformed into guns, planes, ships. B'nai B'rith is trying, through the sale of war bonds "to replace one of the "bombers which failed to return" to its base. Public spirited citizens, members of B'nai Brith. besides buying bonds to capacity, are contributing toward a full-page advertisement in this coming Sunday Herald so that the "Buy a Bomber" campaign will be general in nature, rather than limited within the confines of its roster. The campaign got off to a slow start because its was set in motion from a "standing start" instead of with a rally that might have sent it off in a "flying start." But it is gaining momentum, and while only about S25.000 in war bonds were sold to date, and the time-limit of the campaign about one-third over, the momentum is expected to carrv the drive over the top. To facilitate bond sales and purchases Sholem Lodge has arranged with the Dad.F.-.).-r;il Savings and Loan Association to have a desk in the bank, corner N E. First Avenue and N E. First Street. Miami, and the Ladies' Auxiliary will keep it covPASSOVER GREETINGS BECK'S GARAGE 1132 "5th STREET PHONE 5-1422 MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER BILL FOSSETT'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 168 S. E. FIRST STREET PHONE 27691 for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In AE I I.IHiKAl. • P I4MI A 1AVTWGS IHSTITUTIOW WUck has never paid )M thaa 3% OB Insured savings. RESOURCES OVa K.000,000 J. M. UPTON. ISA MSURln 41 MOITHEAST FUST AVINOI Bay Your Wtar Saving* Bond* Here ered until the end of the month, as follows: Mondays. Helene Silvers, president of the Ladies Auxiliary; Tuesdays, Eleanor Catsman; Wednesdays, Ida Optner; Thursdays, Mrs. Sam tetzug, and Fridays, Mrs : SB. Miller Go right to their desk for B'nai B'rith "Buy a Bomber war bonds. Buy a Bomber Committee President Louis Heiman has announced that he is heading a committee of 30 who will devote all their efforts for the balance of the month to the sale of war bonds. Members of this committee are Leonard Abess K Q K. Adler. Sam Blank. Joseph A. Herman. Daniel Broad Ben Bronston. M. B. Frank. Jake Felt. I. W. Green. George Goldberg. Louis Gordon. Nat Hankoff. Abe Kurman. Leon Kaplan. Max Kuperstein. Ralph Kaplan. Isaac Levin. J. M. Lipton. Benjamin Meyers, Stanley C. Myers. Alfred Rosenstein. Harry Sirkin. William Shayne. Alfred Stone. Gus Trau. Sidney Wasserman. Morns L. Warner. Mitchell Wolfson. Carl Weinkle and Samuel Zinkow. Jake Felt announced that the Miami Beach Jewish Center sold $2,500 in war bonds to its congregation for the -bomber;'' Joe Lipton and Maurice Cromer. members of the Probus Club, announced the co-operation of that club in the B'nai B'rith campaign to buy a "bomber.' The first bond sold in this drive was purchased by Isidore Goldstein— S500. The first bond bought in the Ladies' Auxiliary was by Mrs. Sol Goldstrom—$3,000. Everyone is asked to co-operate and buy bonds. The sale is not limited, and there will be enough credit to go around. No one is seeking glory, everyone has one purpose in mind—helping our country. Hillel Passover Seder The second Passover Seder will be held for students of the University of Miami at the Beth David Congregation, with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman in charge of ceremonies. Between 100 and 125 students are expected at the Seder The Seder is being given by the Hillel Committee and is now an annual function. It is expected that the Greater Miami Armv and Navy Committee will fill" the Seder Hall with servicemen who cannot be accommodated the first Seder night. The first Seder will be i xclusively for Bervicemen. There will be no possibility of accommodating all the Jewi.-h servicemen in this area with places at rs unless families will offer their private hospitality to the n provide for as many as possible—and is always room for one Call Nathan Rothl i I at the Y. M. H ft. and make arrangenv i I PASSOVER GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST Congress Building PHONE 2-5254 PASSOVER GREETINGS y S. ERNEST PHILPITT and SON Mutical Instruments 36 N MIAMI AVENUE Wishing To All Jewish Citizen* A HAPPY PASSOVER WALKER Casket Co. 535 N. W. 24th STREET £ GREETINGS JOHN A. MOORE AND BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 47 N. W. FIRST STREET BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER HOTEL STRAND 226 N E. 2nd St. Ph. 2-7481 PASSOVER GREETINGS NORTH BAY BOAT CO. 471 N. E. 79th Street PHONE 7-9598 London — Arrangements have been completed to enable, Jewish servicemen to celebrate the forthcoming Passover festival in accordance with the Jewish custom here. I WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacxo Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at •100 N. W. 32nd Str~4 HAPPY PASSOVER SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATED 300 S. Miami Avenue Phone 2-7664 JEWELS WORK OF ART SILVER FURNITURE. ANTIQUES AND CURIOS INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 347 Lincoln Road. Corner Washington Avenue A. SCHORR. Representative BUSINESS PHONE 58-1025 RESIDENCE PHONE 2-2503 TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS PASSOVER GREETINGS 1263 W. FLAGLER STREET 1753 N. E. SECOND AVENUE 1906 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BABY DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY We Supply Diapers or Launder Your Own for as Low as $1.00 per Week 422 S. W. 22nd Avenue Phone 4-5515 JUERGEN'S OLD CASTLE INN "Every Meal a Pleasant Memory" 151 S. E. SECOND STREET BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MINNA LEE IMPORTERS. INC. 603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER '$ PHONE 8-2151


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Miami, Fla
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April 9, 1943

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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VOLUME 16No. 15
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1943
CITY MM EVE
Ben Kaufman, national com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, will pay an official visit
to this city as head of a large
military organization when he
addresses enlisted military and
local citizens at Beth Jacob Con-
gregation Monday evening. Mr.
Kaufman has the double distinc-
tion of receiving the congres-
sional medal in World War I
and being re-elected as national
commander of the J. W. V. of the
United States.
His hosts will be the local
Frieda Markowitz Post of the
Jewish War Veterans and its aux-
iliary, who will also have the
privilege of hearing Ray Schoen-
berg) national president of the
Jewish War Veterans' Auxiliary.
Chaplains in this area, city of-
ficials and distinguished repre-
sentatives of the armed forces
and patriotic organizations will
participate in the program.
Nat Roth is in charge of the
arrangements, and the public is
urged to attend. A luncheon at
the Palatial Restaurant will be
tendered Mrs. Schoenberg by the
local auxiliary with the mem-
bers of the post as guests.
PRICE 10 CENTS
CHANGES TO BE MADE
IN WAR BOARD POLICY
Certain changes in policy of
War Price and Rationing Board
were announced recently by Fred
T. Youngs, Jr., chairman.
Due to the rush of other ra-
tioning matters and the scarcity
of personnel, replacement of
lost, stolen or misplaced ration
books of all kinds cannot be
made short of 60 days after ap-
plication for replacement has
been made. In exceptional cases
where an obvious hardship would
be worked by the application of
this policy the board will accept
written requests for more prompt
handling. These requests must
state reason why applicant can-
not wait 60 days for replacement.
If the board considers the rea-
son sufficient an appointment
will then be made for a personal
appearance before the board.
Mr. Youngs also stated that for
the same reasons until further
notice no additional sugar ration
for canning will be granted.
JIINTMlfiED
BY DEPARTMENT
HEAD FOR RESCUE
JEWISH INDUCTEES GET
STAY FOR PASSOVER
General Vivian G. Collins,
director of Selective Service
for the State oi Florida, is
sued an order Thursday to
all draft boards to grant re-
quests of stays of induction
of Jewish men scheduled to
leave several days prior or
on April 19th through the
26th.
This order was given to
enable draftees to spend the
Passover holidays home and
will automatically move the
day of leaving for these in-
dividuals to the morning of
the 27th. It was further
noted in order to receive this
stay, application must be
made by the individual to
the draft board.
BISHOP CLAIMS IEWS
SHOULD BE ADMITTED
CHILDREN WILL NOT BE
CHARGED IN FUTURE
ffl CROSS DRIVE
TINUE
L
Dade County Red Cross war
fund contributions Saturday to-
talled $208,000. it was revealed
in figures released by Oscar
Dooly, Jr., campaign chairman,
who said the drive would con-
tinue until the minimum quota
of $274,000 was reached. So far.
the drive is approximately $60.-
000 short of its goal.
Contributions received at War
Fund Headquarters Saturday in-
eluded $823.30 from the women's
residential section canvassers;
S2.236.52 from the industrial di-
vision, which jumped to second
place in the drive with a total
contributions so far of $43,-
445.37, displacing the special gifts
division which this week ran
third with offerings of $42,270.
Highlight of campaign promo-
tion activities for the week were
the appearance of Col. Hans
Christian Adamson. Colonel Ad-
amson was a companion of
Rickenbacker's during the ill-
fated South Pacific tour which
'ruled in a 21-day existence
aboard a life raft before they
Were rescued.
Walter L. Harris, chairman of
the Dade County chapter, issued
invitations to 100 men and
women to attend a war fund
luncheon at 12:15 p. m. Tuesday
m the Urmey Hotel, where
Colonel Adamson was guest
M>enker. Those present pledged
ineir efforts to secure the addi-
tional funds.
Tel Aviv (WNS)Elihu Dob-
kin, head of the immigration de-
partment of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine, called upon the
United States and Great Britain
this week to appoint jointly a
high commissioner empowered to
take all necessary steps to effect
the rescue of the remaining Jews
in Nazi-occupied countries
Mr. Dobkin, speaking at a press
conference, disclosed that the
Jewish Agency has sent represen-
tatives to Swedtn and Portugal
to expedite the transfer to Pal-
estine of Jews arriving in these
two neutral nations from Nazi-
ruled territories.
He reported that the more than
30,000 immigration certificates
still available for Jewish immi-
gration under the terms of the
British White Paper of 1939 have
been embarked for Jews in Nazi-
dominated countries, including
10.000 to Poland, Lithuania and
Latvia; 5.000 to Bulgaria; 5,000
to Hungary; 9.000 to Bohemia-
Moravia; 1.000 to Slovakia; 1.000
to Holland, and 500 to Belgium.
Stressing that "the most urgent
task is to save as soon as possible
5.000 Jewish children in the Bal-
kan countries," Mr. Dobkin an-
nounced that the Jewish Agency
has created a committee of five,
including Miss Henrietta Szold.
to prepare for the immigration
and education of the children.
He estimated that it would cost
$400 a year to care for each of
the 5,000 refugee children.
A well attended meeting of
the board of directors of the Jew-
ish Education Association, held
at Beth David Talmud Torah
Tuesday night, adopted the policy
that all children now attending
the J. E. A. branches or enrolling
in the future shall not be charged
tuition. Feeling that Hebrew
education of the children is a
community responsibility, the di-
rectors decided that ways and
means should be found to finance
the program without taxing the
parents of the children attending
Hebrew school. This plan is ef-
fective immediately at all of the
J. E. A. branches, including the
N. W. Branch at 135 N. W. Third
Avenue, N. E. Branch at 137 N.
E. 19th Street. S. W. Branch at
1567 S. W. Fifth Street, Y. M.
H. A., and South Beach Branch
at 311 Washington Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach.
The president. Louis Heinian,
announced that an active enroll-
ment campaign will begin imme-
diately, in which the aid will
be enlisted of the sisterhoods of
the various congregations in the
Greater Miami area. A joint
meeting will be called shortly of
the J. E. A. and representatives
of the sisterhoods interested in
Hebrew education, when the
plans for enrollment will be out-
lined and a concerted drive
started. The president requests
that all women interested enlist
for service immediately by call-
ing the J. E. A. office, phone
3-5858.
New York (WNS)The Jew-
ish people should be granted of-
ficial standing as a member of
the United Nations and should I
be given a seat at the peace con-
ference that is to follow an Al-
lied victory, Bishop Francis J.
McConnell of the Methodist
Church declared in an article ap-
pearing in the current issue of
the Jewish Mirror, a new monthly
magazine.
The bishop cited the existence
in Palestine of a "Jewish-Com-
monwealth-in-the-making" as a
basis for the recognition of the
Jews as a nation. He added that
to force Jews to remain content
with representation by the gov-
ernments of which they are at
present nationals, would in cer-
tain cases place their fate "in
the hands of persons and govern-
ments guilty of committing the
grayest injustices, and crimes
against the Jews in recent times."
7-MILLION BOND
IS QUOTA SET FOR
DADE THIS MONTH
FEDERATION ENDS
EFFORL
IS
Residents of Dade County will
be expected to purchase $7,138,-
000 of all types of government
securities over and above what
is sold to banks during the period
of April 12 to May 1, it was re-
vealed Wednesday at a joint
meeting of the War Savings
Committee and the Victory Fund
Committee in the Sunshine room
of the Ingraham building.
H. C. Welborn, state manager
of the Victory Fund Committee,
and Karl Lehman, deputy admin-
istrator of the Florida war sav-
ings staff, both of Jacksonville,
addressed the gathering and
urged formulation of plans for
the two groups to co-operate in
bringing the local drivepart of
a national effort to raise 12 bil-
ion dollars in the 20-day pe-
riodto a successful conclusion.
For the first time, workers in
either organization will be in a
position to offer investors any-
thing they might want to buy in
the way of government securi-
ties, Lehman pointed out. since
the two groups will work jointly
under the War Finance Commit-
terminating its
Horace F. Cordes, chairman pf
Summing up the recent cam- %Gentry set'uo^to<7Z2r
10-day effort
quota passed
campaign chaw
his expectations had been met. 'tne Vu\u>ry Fund Committee.
"Prior to the campaign. Mr. it7 head th? mmhin' h' ^^^
Myers had full confidence in the ; heir ifroLos n %Tln^ T
goal being reached with Greater $f g UPb ,n lhe '^coming
Miami Jewry realizing and ac-1
cepting the response to the many
rt with a $135,977 ,u ,[,,/ S-ordcs. chairman of
i Stanley C Myer?. i |{lellWar Savings Committee, and
lairman. stated that ( W,11,a,m .Atwi,,i, Jr" chairman of
:___i___i i_ ... .... line VlCtorv Fnnrt Cnrnmin....
issued a statement titled "Am I
Right or Wrong?" His message
indicated his expectations and
the plea that Miami Jewry would
rise to the occasion. The suc-
cess of the drive was evident
providing a coverage of prospects
would be made He again thanked
the hundreds of workers and con-
tributors who assisted him.
cepting the response to the many ii /
causes served by Federation. Dur- II I
ing the campaign when prospect ]
coverage began to lag. Mr. Myers U
.................JEWISH REFUGEES
STflTESSECy.HULL
Washington (WNS)The im-
""'diate opening of the doors of
^alestino by the British govern-
"JJ-'nt "for the unlimited entry of
an Jewish refugees, irrespective
their ports of embarkation"
nd the abrogation of the White
aper restrictions, are demanded
") a proclamation issued this
it a v tne Zionist Orfanization
,' America here over the signa-
'"< of its president, Judge Louis
* Lcvinthal.
LAUNCH NEW TERROR
AGAINST FRENCH JEWS
London (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in occupied France have
launched a new reign of terror
against the Jews, including a
house-to-house search by special
Gestapo squads in Paris for sev-
eral thousand Jewish children
who have been taken in and pro-
tected from the Nazis by non-
Jews, according to information
received this week by the British
section of the World Jewish Con-
gress,
According to these reports, ob-
tained from a noted French Jew
who has manaeed to escape to
a neutral country, the Nazis in
France have instituted a system
of "death convoys," under which
French Jews are rounded up in
their homes and on the streets,
herded in concentration camps
and then deported to Eastern Eu-
rope.
BULGARIAN POLICY IS
REVERSED BY LIBERALS
Washington (WNS) The United
No campaign is successful un-; States has taken up with coun-
t.I everyone is given the oppor- ; tries in Latin America the possi-
tumty to give. Morris Klass. ex- bility of their acceptance of sub-
ecutive director of Federation, stantial numbers of refugees
stated. There are more than a | from Axis-dominated countries
thousand cards, according to Mr. i Secretary of State Cordell Hull
Klass. that are yet to be soli- declared this week
cited and contributions recorded. Speaking in connection with
His efforts and those of his work-1 the forthcoming Anglo-American
ers are now being placed in that refugee conference in Bermuda
diction. Mr Hull said that both Britain'
Istanbul (WNS) Mounting pro-
tests, led by liberal members of
Parliament and high Church
leaders, resulted in the announce-
ment this week by Premier Bo-
gadan Filloff of Bulgaria that the
announced government decision
to deport Bulgaria's Jews to Po-
land and other Nazi territories I
has been cancelled.
A meeting of the Executive
Committee of Federation has been
called for the afternoon of April
MEETING OF MASSES
CONDEMNS EXECUTION
IEWS PARTICIPATE IN
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
London (WNS)For the first
time since 1940 when the Nazi-
controlled Vichy regime intro-
duced the Nuremberg anti-Jewish
laws in North Africa, Jewish
representatives participated this
week in the sessions of the Casa-
blanca municipal council, it was
reported here.
The meeting was attended by
French. Moslem and Jewish mem-
bers of the council. At the out-
set of the session the council's
New York (WNS)Jewish and
non-Jewish leaders joined this
week in condemning the Soviet
execution of Henryk Ehrlich and
Victor Alter, leaders of the Jew-
ish Socialist Bund in Poland, at
a mass protest meeting in Mecca
Temple. Speakers included Sen-
ator James Head and Mayor Fio-
rello H. La Guardia of New York.
Denying the Soviet charge that
the two executed bund leaders
had conspired for a separate peace
with Nazi Germany, David Du-
binsky. president of the Inter-
national Ladies Garment Work-
ers Union, said that Ehrlich and
Alter were executed because they
were "oooonents of all dictator-
ships, including the Communistic
dictatorship." Abraham Cahan,
and the United States would keeD
all interested nations advised of
12 at 3:30 p. m. at the Federation ISBHSrV Wrtt
office. At this session, campaign I America and Britain have for a
matters and plans for the spring long time been giving soeeiil
activities will be formulated. |consideration to tne pSSuSTof
: finding havens for refugees flee-
1 mg persecution.
(In London, Prime Minister
Winston Churchill said that the
question of rescuing the Jews in
Nazi-held lands would be dis-
cussed in Parliament upon the
return of Anthony Eden, British
foreign secretary, who has' re-
viewed the refugee problem with
Secretary of State Cordell Hull
and other American officals in
WashingtonEditor's note).
The suggestion was made re-
cently in London by the Arch-
bishop of Canterbury. Dr Wil-
liam Temple, that the United Na-
tions approach Eire regarding
that country's willingness to ac-
cept refugees, particularly chil-
dren.
Eire is one of the few neutral
nations in Europe and is reported
riL havc, adequate food supplies.
Ihe belief was expressed here
that a plea on behalf of the refu-
gees to Eire by the Vatican or
presiding officer apologized to .
the Jewish members for their in-1 editor of the Jewish Daily For- fees ^iri hv <
ability in the past to attend the, ward, branded the Russian accu- b^the United Stated?J2?IL2
council meetings. 'sation "outrageous fabrication.", with fav^orable results d


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Jew I si)Flcrldltori
FRIDAY. APRIL 9, 1943
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
1
iiininiuunnuuuuwH
AMERICAN JEWISH
CONGRESS
NATIONAL HOME FOR
JEWISH CHILDREN
At the mooting hold March 1
29 at 1711 Alton Road, Miami
Beach, of the women's division
of the American Jewish Congress,
Mrs Sherry of the Chicago divi-
sion and Mrs. Lottie Ratsprechor
from the national office gave In-
teresting speeches on the work
being accomplished by the con-
gress.
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
The officers and directors elect-
ed at Beth Sholom Center on
Wednesday night to serve for
the coming fiscal year will be in-
stalled at the first anniversary
dinner of Beth Sholom Center,
to be held at the Palm Dining
Room. Collins Avenue and Eighth
Street, at 7:15 p. m. Sunday.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will be the
Marcus
installing officer and
Bergsman will be the toast-1 dent of the Miami chapter.
master. Retiring President Al-
fred B. Rosenstein will deliver
his farewell message and will
turn the gavel over to his suc-
cessor.
MIAMI SERVICE
LEAGUE
The Greater Miami chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver held their
annual Doners' Day luncheon
Tuesday at the Club Mayfair.
The dinner was well attended by
both members and friends. Jack
Bell, Miami Herald's famous
'Town Crier." spoke on the
"Present War Problem.'" Motion
pictures of the Home at Denver
were shown, followed by the en-
tertainers from several night club
shows. Myron Newman was ap-
pointed one of the national di-
rectors of the home. Congratu-
lations from the Miami chapter
were extended to Mr. Newman
upon his appointment and Mrs.
M. Ross, president, thanked the
committee, headed by Mrs. M.
Newman and Mrs. I. Miller, [or
the success of the afternoon.
Other speakers were S. Gold-
strom, national director, and Mrs.
Goldstrom, honorary vice piesi-
My-
ron Newman was master of cere-
monies.
BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONALWOMEN
The regular meeting of the
Business and Professional Group
of Hadassah will be held Monday
evening at 8:30 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Edward I. Lqvitz.
658 N. E. 73rd Street. Miami.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin will give a
talk on Youth Ahyah. Refresh-
ments will be served.
WORKMEN'S
CIRCLE
Workmen's Circle Branch 692
of Greater Miami will feature for
their Sunday night vocal concert
the opera tenor, Sedor Belarsky.
The concert will lie held this
Sundav. April 11. at 8 p. m. at
the Miami Beach Senior High
School Auditorium. Marx Lewis
will be the guest-speaker and
Max Zaret/ky. president of the
Hat and Millinery International
Union, will be chairman.
HADASSAH
MIZRACHI
The Miami Beach Mizrachi at
its regular meeting held last Sun-
day elected the following new-
officers: Women's division, Mrs.
Miami Service League of the' J. Brenner, president; Mis. Chill
Y M H. A. wishes to announce \ and Mrs. Berger, vice presidents;
that the squadron dance planned Mrs. J. Kirshenbaum, corre-
for Thursday evening, April 15. sponding secretary; Mrs. F. Kal-
has been changed to Monday; stein, recording secretary, and
evening, April 12, when the Mi-, Mrs. Adlerblum, treasurer. Mm:
ami Service League will be host division: Rabbi U. Felshin. presi-
to 200 servicemen from the niedi- dent; M. Vanger, vice president,
dical division of Miami Beach., and I. Miller, treasurer.
All Victory Belles are asked to,
please attend. Due to the change
in date, the regular meeting will
be held Wednesday evening,
April 14. Members and their
friends are invited to attend.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
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The last of a series of book
reviews sponsored by Beth David
Sisterhood will be reviewed by
Rabbi Max Shapiro Monday eve-
ning, April 12. at 3:15 in the syna-
gogue. Tiic rabbi will review
Lit the People Know" by Nor-
man Angell. Tickets can be pur-
chased the same evening.
Harry' Markowitz, president of
Beth David Congregation, an-
nounces a regular meeting Sun-
day evening, April 11. at 8
o'clock at the Beth David Audi-
torium.
At the next regular meeting of
Beth David Sist( rhood to be held
Wednesday afternoon, April 14.
election <>i officers will take
place. Every member is urged
to attend this meeting.
The annual Thrift Luncheon
sponsored by Miami chapter of
Senior Hadassah will take place
Mondav. April 12. at 12:30 p. m.
at the U. S. O. Center. 1711 Alton
Road, Miami Beach. The event
is sponsored by the Child Wel-
fare Committee, headed by Mrs.
Rudolph Rothschild, chairman,
and Mrs. Harry Nevins. co-
chairman. The guest-speaker
will be Mrs. Anna Shomer Roth-
enberg, member of the Speakers'
Bureau of National Hadassah.
who will discuss Hadassah's war-
time emergency program for the
children of Palestine.
The nominating committee will
bring in its report.
After the program. mem-
bers will enjoy mah jongg and
cards. Reservations may be
made by telephoning Mrs Roths-
child, 5-7055, or Mrs. Nevins,
4-1646.
CANTOR MAMCHES TO
BE FEATURED APRIL 11
Sunday evening, April 11, will
be the date of the seventh an-
nual concert featuring Cantor
Maurice Mamches instead of as
previously reported. To be held
at the Beth Jacob Synagogue
the concert will open at 8:30
p. m. with Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off as master of ceremonies.
Cantor Mamches will be accom-1
panied in his recital by Eleanor
Clark Linton at the piano. An
elaborate program of assisting
artists will feature Frederick B.
Terens of San Diego. 13-year-old
violinist; 7-year-old Joyce Druck-
er in comedy skits; Melvin. Mi-
chaels, violinist: Rev. David Wolf,
tenor, accompanied by Edith
Freeman at the piano; Ethel
Baron, mandolin, and Madame
Shubov and Dorothy Feit in
readings.
Hosts for the evening will be
Morris B. Frank. Harry Wasser-
man and David Goldstein. A re-
ception will be tendered follow-
ing the concert with hostesses
including Mrs. Ida Spivack. Mrs.
Ann Berow. Mrs. Pauline Chill,
Mrs. Bea Warter. Mrs. Anne
Lurie, Mrs. B. H. London. Mrs.
Mary Saal. Mrs. Knerleld. Miss
Belle Segal. Miss Jane Handel.
Miss Rose Becker, Miss Ann
Fricdberg. Miss Miriam Feit.
Miss Charlotte Frank. Miss
Selma Goldstein and Miss Judith
Saal.
DUTCH COURT
OF NAZI OFFICIAL
SPINOZA FORUM
Prof. William H. McMaster of
the University of Miami will be
the guest-speaker this Saturday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
Spinoza Forum, meeting under
the canopy, on the lawn of the
home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
11th Street. between Collins
Avenue and Ocean Drive. Miami
Beach.
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JEWS FROM ALGERIA
PROTEST TO GIRAUD
New York (WNS)Leaders of
the Algerian Federation of Jew-
ish Societies are drafting a pro-
test to the Giraud administration
against the abrogation of the
Cremieux Decree of 1870. the
newspaper PM reported this week
in a copywrighted dispatch from
its correspondent in North Af-
rica.
Kenneth G. Crawford, the PM
correspondent, reported that the
protest will be presented to Gen-
eral Giraud by Dr. Henri Aboul-
ker, one of the federation's lead-
ers, who, the report added,
"along with many other Jews,
collaborated with American of-
ficials in preparing for the land-
ing of American troops last No-
vember."
I London (WNS)The Central
I Council of Appeal in Nazi-occu-
pied Holland has upheld a deci-
sion of the Civil Servants Court,
'annulling the action of the Nazi
1 mayor Utrecht, who dismissed a
civil servant for wearing a Star
of David as a demonstration of
sympathy for the Jews of that
nation, it was reported this week
by the Aneta News Agency.
I "The ruling bears out recent re-
1 ports that The Netherlands courts
have been defying the decisions
of Nazi officials in The Nether-
lands.
The organ of The Netherlands
Socialist Party, Volk en Vader-
land. said only recently in com-
menting on similar court deri-
sions that "this is a pretty little
game for reactionary gentlemen
this custom of tripping up mayors.
They already have the friends of
the Jews on their side while the
smirking masses laugh at this
game as they reach the conclusion
that the National Socialists of The
Netherlands do not have much au-
thority."
Volk en Vaderland also termed
:The Netherlands courts "a mighty
j enemy of National Socialist prog-
I ress."
At the same time Aneta re-
ported that all Jews in eight of
the eleven provinces of occu-
pied Holland are to be evacuated
and placed in the recently es-
tablished German concentration
camp at Vught. The Netherlands,
by April 10. the Brusseler Zei-
tung said today.
A report from Stockholm said
yesterday that 13,000 persons al-
ready had been placed in the
Vught camp, which it said was
designed to hold 25.000.
The provinces from which Jews
will be taken are Friesland.
Groningen, Drenthe, Overijssel,
Gelderland. Limburg, North Bra-
bant and Zeeland, comprising *U
but the three central provinces of
North Holland, South HoV\mw\
and Utrecht.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1943
-Jew/st> Ihrktlan
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pepko-
witz. 550 11th Street, Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Mildred, to
Sgt. Paul Miller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Miller of New York
The wedding will take place in
May.
CEREMONIALS
Last Friday morning, at the
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei officiated at the
Brith Milah of the son of Mr
and Mrs. Sol Taplin, 2263 S. W
21st Terrace. On Friday after-
noon, at the St. Francis Hos-
pital, Rabbi Machtei circumcised
the son of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Schwartz, 940 Jefferson Avenue
The Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Al Lozoff, 2113 S.
W 14th Terrace, took place at
the Jackson Memorial Hospital
on Monday morning, with Rabbi
S M. Machtei officiating.
iMtiHiL.iiimi>cnri!tiIr,mimiiiiii!iD.mniiniimwiillB-n,1J
Anna Bulman visiting them from
Washington, D. C, were Rabbi
ggd Mrs^ S. M. Machtei, Mrs. C
M^mMM^- H Bcrer- Mr- and
S* n Berwin G. Cohen. Mrs.
,nJT MChTn>^Mrs- H- Ellis. Mr.
and Mrs. I. C Greenberg, Mrs.
M. Goldman, Mrs. F. Horowitz.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kohn, Mrs. T
Lewis Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Nor-
m?1 5 d M/s- S' Rabinowitz.
t oaf?d ??rs- M- Rosenstein. Mrs
J. Scheaffer, Mrs. H. Schmerin!
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Tobin. Miss
Bee Winkleman and Miss Nan
Winkleman.
WEDDINGS
ANNIVERSARY
David Deutsch and Miss Pearl
Alpert of Lake Worth. Fla.. were
married at the home of Rabbi S
M. Machtei last Sunday after-
noon in the presence of the im-
mediate family and a group of
friends. After the ceremony the
wedding party celebrated at the
Palatial Restaurant.
^J, dmgJJt^elr honeymoon here.
*wi*fedd,ni* was an eve"t of
April 1 at New York City when
Ur. London was betrothed to Dr.
nrSPHRpth Pe/xn- da"ghter of
Dr Ed Peron of New York
mSL nl0n attended Ida M.
^ish.er High and the University
hi^1n,g??' .uhere he solved
2?Jo' ^He. %ilen attended Har-
vard Medical School, where he
received his medical degree and
interned for 18 months at Beth
Israel Hospital in Boston He
is associated with the Bellevue
Hospital in New York, where he
met his bride. Upon her return
to New York, she will become
Dr. London's parents have been
res!dl,n? ln Miami Bcach for the
past 18 months. Mrs. London is
president of the Beth Jacob Sis-
terhood which she has served
as head for the past five years
PAGE THREE
LONG-TIME RESIDENT
ENDORSES CANDIDATE
Harry Simonhoff, long-time
resident and active communal
worker, this week issed a state-
mem endorsing the candidacy of
Abe Aronovitz, who is striving
to secure a seat on the city com-
mission in the forthcoming elec-
PERSONALS
Abraham Zinnamon, 4326 Sher-
idan Avenue, was the guest of
honor at a surprise birthday
party at his home on Tuesday
night in honor of his 62nd birth-
day anniversary. Present, in
addition to Mr. and Mrs. Zinna-
mon and their daughter, Mrs.
The marriage of Miss S;rah
Silverman to Samuel G. Litowitz
was solemnized this week by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, assisted
by Cantor Maurice Mamches.
A reception Sunday afternoon
from 2 to 5 o'clock at their home,
2840 Fairgreen Drive. Miami
Beach, will be tendered by Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin H. London in
honor of their son, Dr. Seymour
London, and his bride, who are
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Sam Seitlin left for a six weeks'
stay in New York.
,, & & -it
l..ft r,K?nd M"- George Chertkof
left this week by plane for New
Orleans for a short stay.
Cadet Marvin G. Apte, son of
Hint31, M1S- JACk APtc' a st"-
a a Gordon Military
Academy, Barnesville, Ga. in-
formed his parents this week of
his promotion to cadet corporal.
He was made acting sergeant and
was awarded a citation card for
the best drilled squad. His par-
Ma 31 aUend h'S graduation
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Grossman
of New York are visiting his par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Gross-
man, at 1330 Meridian Avenue
Also visiting them is Pfc. Ralph
Grossman, who has just been pro-
moted to private first class at
fort Devins, Mass., where he
is a member of the 152nd Ob-
servation Squadron, Army Air
Base He is here on a short fur-
lough.
Mr. Aronovitz has had endorse-
ments of many other prominent
Miamians who, in addition to se-
curing the support for his can-
didacy, is urging Dade Countians
to register immediately. Mr
Aronovitz stated that the impor-
tance of registering cannot be
over-emphasized. It is the basic
foundation of individual freedom
and democracy, he remarked.
"It gives me pleasure to en-
dorse the candidacy of Abe Aron-
ovitz for the office of city com-
missioner. It is my opinion that
he would make a faithful public
servant for our city. He is a
close student of municipal gov-
ernment, and has a detailed
ti^led/cm?-f the Public inst't"-
tions of Miami. He is fully
equipped by training and by ex-
perience to render valuable serv-
ice for the welfare of the people
of Miami.
rJMr Aronovitz has a keen sym-
pathy for the underprivileged.
He has been for years a valiant
champion for the rights of the
forgotten man. Honest and fear-
ieSSW Vs: l bcl'eve. pecularily
qualified to fill the honorable
position of a city commissioner
for Miami. I sincerely hope he
will be elected.
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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MRS. BRIGHAM
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Mr and Mrs. I. Engel left
Wednesday morning for Atlantic
uty after spending three months
*t the Gilbert Home.
Bnai B'rith Lodge, 1146. held
'heir semi-monthly meeting Tues-
day night at Sher Memorial Hall.
h17 Go(Jdmark, president, pre-
yed and an interesting talk was
given by Commissioner Lake
uytie.
Mrs. Rose Schechter, sister of
Mrs Shochoff, left for her home
Brooklyn after spending sev-
wal weeks here.
mends of Mrs. Sheppard will
"am with regret of her passing
-*ay at New York last week.
ne was the mother of Skippy
Sh'Ppard.
MM,sLIrv'ing Moss entertained
dav f 624 35th Sict- Mon"
ay afternoon in honor of her
g^Wnter, Rosalyn, who was cele-
iiu?i 1B her llth birthday. Guests
Eluded Janet Grant, Doris
Moss, Chrystelle Pruitt. Joy
Dickson, Norma Lee Marts,
Meredith Harriss, Ruth Watkins,
Betty Dunkin, Joyce Gentry, Ann
Caldwell, Wanda McClung. Rita
Moss, Patricia Hayes, Alice Blake,
Jessica and Teeny Pepper, Patty
Street, Betty Lou Morgan and
Betty Joy Hazeltine.
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* Would you like to locate them, exchange
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upon the generosity of our people. We must
all contribute so that this work can go on
without let-up during the coming year.
PASSOVER SERVICES IN THE
ARMED FORCES
One of the most dramatic efforts linking the
American Jewish community with its men
and women in the American armed forces,
here and abroad, is now coming to light with
the story of the Passover celebrations that are
being planned for them by the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board. This extraordinary service
for a holiday commemorating an earlier strug-
gle for liberty, has involved enormous admin-
istrative and technical problems. Jewish chap-
lains naturally do their utmost. But in addi-
tion rabbis and leaders had to be made avail-
able, local communal services had to be or-
ganized. Haggadahs and prayer books dis-
tributed, along with large quantities of religious
supplies and kosher foods, matzohs and sacra-
mental wine. Not least of this program is the
collaboration with officers, the help of U. S. O.
mobile units, the co-operation of Catholic and
Protestant chaplains, constituting a story that
is a living testimony to the democracy for
which we are fighting.
All of these mementoes of home and re-
ligious life had to be dispersed here and
across the five oceans so that wherever there
are Jews in Uncle Sam's uniform they may be
able to celebrate the day fittingly.
It is no small tribute to the National Jewish
Welfare Board that under the leadership of
its president. Frank L. Weil, and its Army and
Navy Committee chairman, Walter N. Roths-
child, this work is carried on not only on a
comprehensive and thorough basis, but with
a gratifying thoughtfulness and a personalized
concern for the individual. Here is a chapter
in the services rendered in behalf of the Jew-
ish community which can stand out for all
time.
Locally, we must share our part in this re-
sponsibility. We must put forth all our efforts
to make our home hospitality program absorb
as many of the thousands of the men in service
as possible.
riDiuTb rtlOM EVERYWHERE----------------------.
____________________By PH3NEAS I. MROH------------------------------,
TIME WILL TELL ...
Dr. Josef Ranald, the refugee hand-wading xpert who has
k kina oersonal appearances in Manhattan theatres, de-
cfaresThaWe r^ad Hitlers hand back m 1932 and that the future
he saw was horrible to behold You're telling us. doc? .
Anvwav the good doctor insists that Hitler will meet a dreadful
endiTometime around hi. fifty-fourth mt-nd a. Adolf will be
fifty-four this month, we can hope for the best Those of you
who possess a copy of Nostradamus forecasts for our day prob-
ably have read it yourselvebut. anyway, the French Jewish
physician did. among other things, say that the conference with
FrLce will be of no avail" .Maybe somebody ought to tip
off the State Department? From Sweden comes the report
that the people of Berlin reacted to aerial bombardment exactly
as the people of London did: both cursed Hitler-------
YOU SHOULD KNOW .
Jay Allen, the famous foreign correspondent who covered
the American landing in Africa for the Office of War Informa-
tion. and who's now back in this country, told us that the abro-
gation of the Cremieux law by General Guaud is a definitely
anti Semitic move made under pressure from f4orrPro#Vichy
officials That's a strange combination that the H. M. Mc-
Fadden Lecture Bureau is offering Otto of A"**"" on the
on the subject "The Bible Told Me So" .The Baron Eugene
de Rothschilds are right in the groove These titled refugees
are growing a victory garden in their country home, and expect
to raise all their own vegetables this year. .
FOR ART'S SAKE .
That was a good selection on the part of military authori-
ties when they chose Private Jack Levin* to paint battle scenes
of the American Army in action Levinez "String Quartette."
which recently won second prise in the Artists for Victory Ex-
hibition sponsored by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was
hailed as the work of a genius ... If you're wondering what
your favorite Palestinian-American artist, Elias Newman, is doing
these days, here's the news that he's with the Headquarters
Battery at Fort Miles, Del. Artist Frank Horowitz is having
his series of paintings, "Life In the Soviet Union," on view at the
Founders Library of the Howard University Gallery of Art at
Washington The Horowitz oils form an important part of an
exhibit that includes the work of a number of Russian painters
and sculptors Horowitz's paintings, which constitute a lasting
record of those Russian Jewish agricultural colonies which have
now been destroyed by the Nazi invaders, have been circulated
as a traveling exhibition by the American Federation of Arts.
Washington being the eighth city to zee them. .
JEWISH NEWS .
By the time this is printed a Zionist Extraordinary Commit-
tee, supreme in its authority, may have been established .
This committee would have precedence over all existing Zionist
bodies, and its decisions on major political policies will have to
be accepted by all affiliated Zionist organizations ... Dr. Israel
Goldstein's record in his ten years' presidency of the Jewish
National Fund in America iz one of the outstanding achw*w-
ments in Zionist annals in thiz country Under h WMW
the annual collections for the JNF here jumped from fWU
in 1933 to $1,900,000 in 1942 Rabbi Meyer Berlin, the MizmU
leader who's on a visit to our shore, now. "trying de.perat.VT
to get accommodations on a clipper that would bring himi back
to Palestine in time for Passover The current issue of the
house organ of the Committee for a Jewish Army publishes that
famous ballad by Ben Hecht, on anti-Jewish atrocities, which
some Jewish organization, were afraid to see printed in a paid
advertisement. .
ABOU Judg?SamueVLeibowitz of Brooklyn, who in the.day.Jjjjj
he was one of the country's most astute criminal lawyers, caused
many a district attorney many a sleepless night, is now .aid
have ambitions to become a district attorney himself Thanks
to Magistrate Morris Rothenberg. former president^of the ZB*
for upholding the right of the weary to doze in the ,ubway* ol
New York The judge handed down this verdict in h s Bronx
court the other day Lt. Col. Ephraim Jeffe who.invented
those polarized dimout screens for the Consolidated Edison COB
pany of New York (of which he is a vice president on military
leave of absence), is the new executive ass.s ant to WPB vice
Chairman Wilson Chief Robert Nathan of the WPB Planning
Board is leaving hi. post He's hoping to join the Army-hut
if he fails the physical test, he' seek ** bad''tJu
government .Have we ever called your attention to the sweH
publicity job Mrs. Bernard Gimbel is doing for th American
Women's Auxiliary Services? Former movie director WU
ham Wyler. of the Air Force, had new expenence recently -^
Many's the bombing scene Wyler has directed in the past->vu
not long age he had the thrill of participating actively in an
American raid over Germany. .
WEEKLY GIGGLE... m th.
Winchell zayz he laughed his head off at the tale OI j"
Berlin worker who asked a bank clerk how to invest his u
savings of a thousand marks "Buy State bonds, advised jn
clerk "But suppose the State goes broke? countered u
worker "You forget that the Nazi Party will zee that "
doesn't" "But," persisted the man, "supposing the Nazi rm
collapes?" "Well," yelled the clerk, "wouldn't that be worm
a thousand marks?" .
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RELIGIOUS ANNQUMCEMENTS
BLACKOUT INSTRUCTIONS
A blackout is scheduled for
this Friday night at 9 o'clock.
It is forbidden to extinguish
or move Sabbath candles once
they have been lighted. Pre-
pare yourself in advance with
blackout facilities for the room
in which you place your Shab-
bot* candles; or light your
candles earlier, so that they
will be out before 9 p. m. (they
must burn half an hour after
sunset, though) or cut down the
sise of your candles so that
they will not violate the black-
out.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
690 a. W. 17 Ave., Miami
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Kabbl
LEWIS ORBKN, Sexton
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
8:30 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
0 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky conducting in dual capaci-
ties as rabbi and cantor, Friday
evening and Saturday morning,
sermonizing: "The Portion of the
Week." Shalosh S'oodoss, 5:45
p. m.
Adult classes: Daily Mishnais,
6-7 p. m., Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky, conducting.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
535 N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos: Saturday
8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
preaching.
Daily service morning and eve-
ning.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami
MAX SHAPIRO. Itabbl
IX)U1S HAYMAN, Cantor
Friday, 6:30 p. m.: Kabbalas
Shabos service.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Rabbi Max Shapiro, preaching.
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
6:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1416 ESucltd Ave Miami Beaoh
ABRAHAM I' WOLF. Cantor
Friday. 8 p. m.: Due to planned
"blackout," no late services.
Abraham D. Wolf and the center
choir will conduct Kabalas Sha-
bos at 7:15.
Saturday, 9 a. m. services:
Rabbi Andron conducting Bible
(lass 5 p. m.; Oneg Shabot, 6
p. m.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
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A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
605 Lincoln Road. Ph.6-5868
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
781 4lst St., Miami Beach
8. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday: Because of defense
council's test "blackout," there
will be no 8:15 p. m. service.
Saturday, 9:45 a. m. service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Pre-
Passover Thoughts."
Adult classes: Advanced Jewish
Law, Sunday, 11 a. m.: Rabbi S.
M. Machtei: "Mental House
Cleaning."
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wash. Ave. and 3rd St., Miami beach
MOKES MICK('HKly)Fr', Itabhi
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services:
Rabbi Mescheloff: "Fighting Dis-
ease." Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches, chanting. Early Sabbath
service, 7:00 a. m. Sabbath after-
noon, Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion
of the Week." Servicemen's Sha-
losh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel
Schafron.
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.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
1545 S. W. Third St.. Miami
SIMON APRIL* Rabbi
Services: Friday, 6:43 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m.: The entire
services will be conducted by
the students of the Talmud
Torah. Garvin Kleber, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kleber, will
lead with the conducting of the
Shacris services. The public is
urged to attend to hear the
juniors participate. Shalosh Su-
das, 6:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St., Miami
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi
RAHBI JACOH H. KAPLAN. 1'h.D
l'.;il't.I Emeritus
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman conducting
short service.
Saturday, 11 a. m.: Services.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
i8oi South Andrews Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
Hiform SynaK Ft. I BAMUBL HAI.KVI HA HON. Rabbi
Sabbath services: Friday, 8
p. m.
Religious School: Sunday, 10
a. m.
Sisterhood benefit social for
men and women.
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Servicemen's Center
canteen, Wednesday, 6 to 11 p. m.
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UNVEILINGS
The unveiling of a tombstone
in memory of Hyman Joseph
Scheinberg, son of P. Scheinberg,
will take place this Sunday after-
noon at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate.
Friends are asked to be present.
B'NAI B'RITH CAMPAIGN
MERITS NATIONAL AID
Active in the Sholem Lodge
April bond campaign to sell $300,-
000 to purchase a bomber, Joseph
M. Lipton, a member of the com-
mittee, urged members of the
community to both buy bonds
and assist in the campaign. He
said:
"The B'nai B'rith Bomber
Bond Campaign certainly de-
serves the support of every
American citizen. Today, America
is fighting for the freedom that
JOSEPH M. LIPTON
President Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association
has made this nation the greatest
and mightiest on the earth. The
same spirit that has built America
makes possible the inevitable
day of victory.
'The least that we who are not
on a firing line can do is to buy
bonds and more bonds. We must
all intensify our war efforts, both
collectively and individually. We
are proud to say that American
Jewry, with B'nai B'rith in the
vanguard, is doing just this."
A Most Happy Passover
from
Lew M. Cisco Transfer
& Storage
328 N. E. Second Avenue
2-5411
MAZTOHS WILL NOT BE
RATIONED THIS YEAR
"The government has assured
the matzoh industry that there
will be no rationing of matzoh
and matzoh products this year,"
a spokesman for Horowitz-Mar-
gareten, one of the leading matzoh
bakers, announced.
"However," he continued, "or-
der No. 1 of the Food Distribut-
ing Administration, Washington,
D. C, requires us to supply
grocers with only the quantities
of matzohs that they need to fill
the orders of their customers.
This means that the consumer
can get as much matzoh and
matzoh products as he wants,
but he must place his order as
soon as possible, so that the
grocer can order what he needs
For us. We know that every
Jewish housewife will feel it her
patriotic duty to co-operate with
this order of our government. The
regulations are not complicated
and she will nelp herself and her
grocer as well. The main thing
to remember is to order your
Passover supply now.
The products this year will be
of the same high quality as al-
ways, and will be delivered fresh
before the holiday as usual." the
Horowitz-Margareten spokesman
stated.
BLUMBERG CHOSEN TO
SERVE AS PRESIDENT
NatBlumbergwas selected Tues-
day evening to serve as president
of Congregation Schaarei Zedek
for the remainder of the term
following the resignation of A.
Pepper. Mr. Pepper was elected
honorary life president of the
congregation, which accepted his
resignation with regret. The
honor tendered him included a
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resolution wishing him a speedy
recovery following his long ill-
ness which necessitated his re-
signing^
Mr. Blumberg has been a mem-
ber of the congregation since its
organization and served the Y.
M. H. A. as treasurer for eight
years assisting the institution in
its growth to its present recogni-
tion in the community.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1943
Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
Bf HARRY SCHWARTZ
Concert Series Huge Success
Last Sunday afternoon a very
appreciative audience listened to
the excellent rendition of violin
selections by Sgt. Bela Urban of
the Army Air Forces. This was
the first in a series of three,con-
certs sponsored by the Y. M. and
Y. W. H. A. Everyone present
agreed that this was not only
an outstanding affair, but the
type of project that should be
sponsored more often
Miss Doris Reno of the Miami
Herald who was present at the
concert, gave it an excellent re-
view the following day. Ser-
geant Urban was accompanied at
the piano by his wife. Virginia
Urban, who rendered several in-
dividual selections.
A novel feature of this con-
cert was the narrating by Edward
Clarke of the University ol Mi-
ami. Mr. Clarke gave a 1
of the selections rendered by
Sergeant Urban and interspersed
his remarks with excellent hu-
drive will be inaugurated. In
the meantime, rft^eting. are held
every Sunday morning at the
"Y." Jewish youth organizations
in the area are requested to send
two representatives to these
meetings.
Home Camp
The fifth annual session of the
Y. M. H. A. Home Camp will
commence on or about June 14,
1943. and will run for a period
of nine weeks. While plans are
now in the formative stage,
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, expects this year's camp
to be bigger and better than ever.
Of course several problems due
to the war must be adjusted;
namely, the serving of food and
transportation, but Mr. Gross-
man states that these matters
will be adjusted satisfactorily to
the best interests of the children.
As usual, a Campers' Institute
will be held this year for a period
of six weeks prior to the camp
opening. This institute consists
of a series of lectures and clinics
to better enable the instructors
and counsellors to conduct the
camp program. All persons in-
terested in acting as counsellors
and instructors, please contact
Mr. Grossman and register im-
mediately.
Sewing Group Busy at "Y"
The American Red Cross Sew- \
ing Center, sponsored by the Y.
W. H. A., and opened since
March 1. has to its credit 400
hours of volunteer service for
This en-
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The next concert will be held
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vocalist, will be the artist
Youth Council
A meeting of the Y>>uth Coun-
cil of Greater Miami was held
at the "Y" on Sunday morning.
A fine representation of the vari-
ous youth groups was present
and a constitution was adopted.
The next meeting will be held
Sunday morning at the "Y."
when plans for ,i membership
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Will Celebrate Birthday
Harry Smart, our genial care-
taker, will celebrate his hirthday
next Wednesday. April 14. at the
"Y" gymnasium Harry extends
an invitation to all his friends
to come and celebrate with him.
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n R I E N T A L
U GARDEN
272 Weil Flagler Street OPEN ALL SUMMER
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY JEWISH
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
503 N. W. Seventh Avenue
PHONE 2-7901
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
LEW-HEWES
OUTBOARD SERVICE
414 N. W. N. River Drive
PHONE 2-8918
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE
FOR
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
HAPPY PASSOVER
DURO PUMP &
SOFTENER CO.
1528 N. W. Seventh Avenue
Phone 3-2907
J B HURST
HAPPY PASSOVER
ECONOMY
DRUG STORE
1101 N. W. Third Avenue
PHONE 3-1463
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO OUR MANY JEWISH
FRIENDS
SJ.KRESS
HO.
5-10-25c STORE
1201 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
v3GUST BROS rJ^
la the BEST
OF APPLICATION
TAX DEED
File 36040
Notice In hereby .Iven that K Ian-
don MrUlnnis. holder an assignee of
City <>f Miami Tax Certificate num-
bered 1702H. dated the 6th day of
June. A. l> 13. has fllwl aai.1 tlflcate in my office, and ha* made
application for tax deed to laaue there-
on in accordance with law. s.iid Cer-
tificate embraces the following d
scribed property, altiutted In Ilade
County, Klorula. to-wlt:
Lot in. Illcx-k II. Crapelanif Rerfaed
I'l.ii Book i. Pace i6 in the ritr of
Miami. County t>( Dart*. S'ate *
Florida.
Th.' aMMfcssrneiit of said jirope'tT
under the Certificate Iwicd w:ut in
the name "f Unknown. Unless mud
Certificate ahall be redeemed accord1
inn to law. tax deed will Isaue theraun
on the ISth day ol April, a i> i
Iftttud :.'.. loth day of Man*.
A \t IJIJ
K It UaATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
I >ade County, Florida
It I. M Johnnon. D. C.
iCliciitt Court Seul)
3/12-19-2K -4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'otue is hereby given no t
undersigned, deal ring to engage In
busineae under the fictitious iiAine
i" tMINCJO TRADING COafPAJn
Intend* lo register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court ef
i >.nle Count v. I'loi Ida
M HBU>
Uai I! Silver.
\' n for Applicant.
Made Frora Fresh Orange*
WE WISH TO EXTEND TO
OUR MANY FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS THE HAND
OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP
THROUGH THE HOLY
DAYS OF PASSOVER .
HAMMOND FISH
COMPANY
25 S. W. S. RIVER DRIVE
PHONE 3-1326
THREE O'CLOCK ....
AND I HAVENT SLEPT A WINK"
WAKEFUL. NIGHTS-how the time draga!
Minutes seem like hours, we worry over thin**
Sffa. 2 kft undon*- After auch a night, we get
i ui k"""""* more tired than when we went
^kT' a erv,V? Tension causes many a wakeful
night and wakeful nighte are likely to cauae Ner-
K^ea ii nu.Next time yo ***1 Nervous and
yo^it^bJd^ ^ lumble and woriy MtXet
DR. MILES NERVINE
Dr. Miles MMmi^S/S^SS^ V,p- ?** "dirty. Wakeful, take
Get Dr. Mile. n2|1 !J T ,fi*d"* "d Nerv'ou. tadlgertion.
ck.ge175*. Small p7cktge 'fiTt^X1** M^ecent Tablet., I-rge
B*. both equally effectiv^Ta' wSr 4'"* Bottle Sman B*
your money back. Read d.rcVuon!ltn7 ^.t^rarrteed to atify or
^^^^^ orecuong and ^ only M directe{L
D R .
MILES


FRIDAY, APRIL 9. 1943
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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
crehter minmi rrriv mid RHUV COmmiTTEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
w ^ J*,
SERVICE
^ /*. r\ r\ j*.
PARADE!
A COMMUNITY PROJECT
"Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services"
ABOUT OUR BOYS
Promotions for men complet-
ing courses at the Fort Benning,
Ga., infantry school include
LEONARD GREENBLATT? pro*
motod to first lieutenant, son of
Mrs. Ida Greenblatt, Miami
Beach,
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK. Chairman
MONTE SELIG. Vice-Chx.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sec
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mrs. Walter Bronston
Mrs. Max Dobria
Maurice Grossman
Louis Heiman
Dx. Jacob H. Kaplan
Morris Klass
Mrs. Murry Koven
Harry Markowitx
Nat Roth
Milton Sirkin
Joseph Stein
Mrs, Herbert Wallaoh
Carl Weinkle
HENRY MARVIN HARRIS. 18.
an apprentice seaman, is train-
ing in Jacksonville. A graduate
of Robert E. Lee High School,
he worked at Intercontinent over
a year before entering the ser-
vice. He is the son of Mrs. H
I. Harris. 634 N. W. 22nd Street.
ENSIGN ARTHUR M. SHAND-
LOFF, a civil engineering gradu-
ate of the University of Florida,
has received his commission in
the Navy after serving with the
Army engineers at Boca Raton
and Homestead. The son of Mr.
and Mrs. N. Shandloff, 350 S.
W. 21st Street, he now is sta-
tioned at Camp Peary, Williams-
burg, Va.
AVERAGE SOLDIER DESIRES
LETTERS FROM HOME FOLKS
LT. JERRY GOLDSMITH and
S SGT. GUY GOLDSMITH. JR..
on leave from the armed services,
are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Goldsmith, Miami
Beach.
TECH. CORP. JACOB KUN-
KEL. 719 N. W. 28th Street, is
taking a special course of instruc-
tion at the Signal Corps School
at Camp Murphy, Fla.
AVIATION CADET JACOB
LINDHEIMER. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur J. Lindheimer. 1035
W. 46th Street, Miami Beach,
has reported to the Greenville,
Miss.. Army Flying School for
further flight training.
STAFF SGT. CHARLES A.
JAMISON. a former Miami
Beach hotel operator, is stationed
at Wendover Field, Utah,
aerial engineer.
Above all else the average sol-
dier wants letters. The average
soldier writes and reads three
times as many letters as he did
in civilian life. What kind of
letters should you write, and
about what should you write?
Major Henry E. Baton says in
your letters they want:
To be amused; \o hear what
changes have occurred since he
left America that would have
affected his normal life; to know
how the events in his theatre of
war arebeing publicized; to hear
gossip concerning his friends or
enemies; to learn who have re-
cently joined the services and the
latest reports on what they are
doing; to know that he is missed;
to know that when he returns
there is a reasonable chance of
beginning where he left off, or
better, both with his old friends
and in business; to be reminded
of happy moments; to know that
plans he has made are progress-
ing; to learn of his children's
activities; to receive photos.
Baruch, 18 East De Lido Island.
He was immediately off to Den-
ver, Col., where he will be sta-
tioned with the army air forces.
Another Baruch son, ENSIGN
SAILING W. BARUCH, JR.. has
been training with the coast
guard in St. Augustine and at
the present time is stationed in
New York.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High School, IRWIN BERGER.
18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Ber-
ger, 1234 S. W. Fourth Street, is
stationed at Melbourne, Fla.,
studying to become an elec-
trician's mate. The youth, who
enlisted last November, is a sea-
man second class.
The permanent war rec-
ords division ef the Greater
Miami-Navy Committee of the
Jewish Welfare Board will this
week attempt by direct mail
to contact homes of men who
are recorded as in the service.
This is done to secure addi-
tional information. Recipients
of these post cards are asked
to immediately fill them out
and mail. A little effort on
the part of friends and rela-
tives of the men in service will
do much towards perfecting
these needed records. Return
your card without delay!
ROBERT WEISKOF. 26-year-
old son of Mr. and Mrs. D. K.
Weiskopf, of 3310 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, has been commis-
sioned a second lieutenant in the
army air force. He was gradu-
ated March 27 at the University
of Miami. He entered the service
December 2, 1941. He attended
Horace Mann School in New
York and later Cornell Univer-
sity.
CORP. MORTIMER B. WEIN-
TRAUB. 250 N. E. 34th Street, is
a successful applicant for admis-
sion to the tank destroyer officer
candidate school at Camp Hood,
Tex. He has been within the
field artillery at Fort Bragg,
N. C.
AVIATION CADET MORTON
as HECKER, son of Samuel Heckcr,
j 1334 Euclid Avenue, Miami
Beach, recently qualified as a
DONALD BARUCH. graduated pilot in the army air forces at
From Officer Candidate School Nashville, Tenn, and is await-
on Miami Beach and his parents ing assignment. He has been
ire Mr. and Mrs. Sailing W. promoted to corporal.
A former resident phisician at
Riverside Hospital here. DR.
HARRY U. NEEDELMAN. re-
cently graduated as valedictorian
of a class of 106 at Edgewood
Arsenal, Md., with rating of first
lieutenant.
Lieutenant Needelman, who
formerly lived at 659 Meridian
Avenue, Miami Beach, has a
brother, CORP. ROY NEEDEL-
MAN, with the army in Califor-
nia, and a younger brother,
SIDNEY.
Name
Address (Home)
Date of Birth.___
Date of Enlistment-
Name of Nearest Relative..
Address___________________
Branch of Service
Service Address___
TaL Ne.___________
. Relationship
Rank
Outfit.
PVT. MEYER TENNEBAUM
of 1364 N. E. Second Avenue is
taking specialized training in the
signal battalion at Camp Le-
jeune, marine base at New River,,
N. C.
Promotions, honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other
vents or services:________--------------------------------------------------
fEWISH SERVICE MEN
IN WORLD WAR 2
The part that Jewish
service men are playing in
the Armed Forces has found
expression in numerous edi-
torials and syndicated col-
umns and in statements by
public officials. It is your
patriotic duty to give in-
formation to this "Service
Parade" any interesting in-
formation about your boy
who is now in the Armed
Service. Send us his let-
ters, photos and his com-
nents. And remember we
want the Service Record
blank filled in. Do it now I
FORWARD MARCH!
Each week we will list in al-
phabetical order the names of
the men of Dade County who are
now in the service of the United
States. This week:
Garbler, Paul.
Ger, Abraham W.
Gilman, Jack.
Gittleman, Jack.
Gittleman, Bernie (Boris).
Glickfield, Lester.
Gold, Abraham.
Gold, Irving.
Gold, Norman I.
Goldberg, Irving.
Goldberg, Morris D.
Goldberg, Sol.
Goldberger, Arthur W.
Goldberger, Dave H.
Golden, Leonard J.
Goldfine, David.
Goldfein, David S.
Goldman, Robert M,
Goldstein, Aaron.
Goldstein, David.
Goldstein, Harold J.
Goldstein, Martin.
Goldstein, William.
Goldweber, Seymour.
Gordon, Abe.
Gordon, Herbert Robert.
Gossman, Frank H.
Grebstein. Nathan J.
Green, Albert.
Green, Morris.
Greenberg, Alan William.
Greenfield. Allen.
Glozoroff, Herbert.
Gladstone, Seymoure.
Gettis, Justin.
Gettis. Merton.
Greenfield, Allan.
Greenfield, Harold Graham.
Goldsmith, Jerome.
Goldsmith, Guy L., Jr.
Geringer. Bernard.
Ciller, Paul E.
Ginsburg, Irving Montague.
Gold, Arthur.
Goldenblank, Aaron.
Goldman, George L.
Gimbel, Richard.
Goldstein, Max.
Goldstein, Robert.
Goldstein. Harold.
Greenberg, Allan W.
Greenberg, Hyman.
Greenblatt. Nathaniel Edward.
Greenblatt, Leonard.
Greenfield, Arnold.
Greenstein, Arnold.
Goldstaub. William.
Guttentag, William.
Gold, Edwin Leon.
Gostel. Julius
Greenberg, Edith S.
JEWS ON ALL FRONTS
LT. MORRIS BERENSON. 24,
of Garfield, N. J., Flying Fort-
ress navigator, is the first four-
medal man to be recorded in our
Honor Roll. He holds the Air
Medal with three Oak Leaf
Clusters. He is a graduate of
Paterson State Teachers College
and was a salesman and table
tennis champion before he joined
the Air Corps two years ago.
Lieutenant Berenson has taken
part in a score of raids on enemy-
held territory. His ship is the
"Eager Bcaner." There isn't an
important German-held base in
the North African area that
hasn't felt the weight of bombs
of the "Eager Beaner." He was
recently transferred to a "new
place" where it is "so cold the
water in my canteen freezes
solid during the night" as he
wrote his parents. In one North
African raid his crew smashed
up seven vessels and reduced
harbor installations*to smoking
rubble.
Five Citations
STAFF SGT. THEODORE L.
BILLEN. 20. of Poughkeepsie,
holds the Distinguished Flying
Cross, the Air Medal, the Purple
Heart and two citations given
to all members of the famous
19th Bombardment Squadron,
which operated in the South Pa-
cific.
Double Citations
LT. ALLAN ROTHENBERG.
U. S. N., 24, of Washington. D.
C, has been awarded the Navy
Cross and the Navy Silver Star.
He was commander of a patrol
plane during the battle of Mid-
way. His was one of the first
planes to make a night torpedo
attack. One of his reports reads:
"Attacked cruiser. One hit. One
near miss. Cruiser smoking badly
and has been dead in water 15
minutes. Entire Japanese Navy
firing at us. Enemy biplane on
our tail."
Sergeant Bill was on duty in
the Pacific for 11 months. His
air combat experiences were re-
cently presented in newspaper
feature stories throughout the
country. Undoubtedly the cita-
tion which accompanied the D.
F. C. award will tell the story
of his great skill and untiring
efforts: "Sergeant Billen parti-
cipated in more than 200 hours
of operational flight missions
during which hostile combat was
probable and expected. These
flights included long-range bomb-
ing missions against enemy air-
dromes and installations and at-
tacks on enemy vessels and ship-
ping. Throughout these opera-
tions. Sergeant Billen displayed
outstanding ability and devotion
to duty." Billen is an aerial
engineer and gunner. He en-
tered the air service two and a
half years ago. and is now in this
country serving as an instructor
at the Pyote, Texas, Army Air
Base.
KEEP IN
CONTACT
WITH THE BOYS
Next week, on this page.
will appear the address of
local boys in serviceso
their friends may write
"Write to those who fight*
Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible
Through the Co-Operation of:
Abess I Costar
First National Bank Bkla.
Adelman Pipe & Steel Co.
47 ht. th St.
Abe Aronovitz
Miami, Florida
Carl's Markets
Miami Miami Baaafc
Coven's Shoe Stares
ItB E. Flaglor at. H Llneeta R*.
Cromer Wholesale
|t N. B. Third St.
Green Bros.
M N. e. 24th St.
Hub Dry Goods
19B N. E. Miami Ave.
Jack C. Jayson
Miami
Donald Lavigne-Uniforns
114 N. a. Second Ava.
Markowitz & Resnick
1216 N. B. Second Ava.
Miami Iron & Metal Ce.
S4S1 N. W. 32nd Ava.
Miami Rug Co.
100 a Miami Ave.
Palmer Funeral Chapel
Sidnay H. Palmar, Rosidant Ownar
Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc.
160 E. Flaglar St.
Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant
170 N. W. Fifth at.
J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins
14* N. Miami Ava.
Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan
Longford Building
Standard Wholesale Grocery Ce.
140 N. B. 10th St.
Joseph R. Stein
Miami, Florida
Sybil's Women's Apparel
n a. a. Fift st.


PAGE EIGHT
+jmHlitM0*l
FRIDAY, APRIL 9. 1943
B'nai B'rith
Notes
By Paul Weitsman
Buy a Bomber Campaign
In April
B'nai B'rith in Miami, mean-
ing Sholem Lodge No. 1024 and
the Ladies' Auxiliary, is up to
its figurative neck in a campaign
to sell enough war bonds to "buy
a bomber"S300.000 in war
bonds.
This is a good place to stop
readingfor those who say "Let
George do it." But for the rank
and file who know that this is
their war. their tnais. their tribu-
lations, and that nothing is done
as well as when they do it them-
selves, this is the time to dig
down deep into their pockets and
load up with war bonds.
It is good to give amounts and
costs everv so often, so that we
get an idea of the magnitude of
this war. We hear so much talk
of billions that we have no reali-
zation of how much money that
means. To most of us S300.000
is a fabulous amount, as impos-
sible of accumulation as a bil- ,
lion dollars.
This is a war of "materiel "
both men and women and im-
plements of war are "war "ma-
teriel." This may be a brutal
wav of putting it. but that is
the wav campaigns are planned
and battles foughtwe lose and
use up so much, to gain a cer-
PASSOVCR GREETINGS
ACME SUPPLY CO.
1J4 N. E. 6th St. Phone 26497
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BEACH MILL &
SUPPLY CO.
1327 Twentieth Street
PHONE 5-6669
MIAMI BEACH
: tain objective or advantage.
What has that to do with war
bonds? Thiswhen men are
needed, letters are sent out bear-
ing "Greetings from the Presi-
dent" and another man is in the
service; when our country needs
more of the things necessary to
carry' on the war, it buys them,
with money obtained through the
sale of war bonds.
There is. and will be no bot-
tom, until the war is overand
a constant stream of money will
have to flow into the factories
to be transformed into guns,
planes, ships.
B'nai B'rith is trying, through
the sale of war bonds "to replace
one of the "bombers which
failed to return" to its base.
Public spirited citizens, members
of B'nai Brith. besides buying
bonds to capacity, are contribut-
ing toward a full-page advertise-
ment in this coming Sunday
Herald so that the "Buy a
Bomber" campaign will be gen-
eral in nature, rather than lim-
ited within the confines of its
roster. The campaign got off to
a slow start because its was set
in motion from a "standing
start" instead of with a rally that
might have sent it off in a "fly-
ing start." But it is gaining
momentum, and while only about
S25.000 in war bonds were sold
to date, and the time-limit of
the campaign about one-third
over, the momentum is expected
to carrv the drive over the top.
To facilitate bond sales and
purchases Sholem Lodge has ar-
ranged with the Dad.- F.-.).-r;il
Savings and Loan Association to
have a desk in the bank, corner
N E. First Avenue and N E.
First Street. Miami, and the La-
dies' Auxiliary will keep it cov-
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BECK'S GARAGE
1132 "5th STREET
PHONE 5-1422
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
BILL FOSSETT'S
PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
168 S. E. FIRST STREET
PHONE 27691
for SAFETY...
and Liberal Returns
Place Your Funds
In
AE I I.IHiKAl.
P I4MI
A 1AVTWGS IHSTITUTIOW
WUck has never paid )m thaa
3% ob Insured savings.
RESOURCES OVa
K.000,000
J. M. UPTON.
ISA
. MSURl-n
41 MOITHEAST FUST AVINOI
Bay Your Wtar Saving* Bond* Here
ered until the end of the month,
as follows: Mondays. Helene
Silvers, president of the Ladies
Auxiliary; Tuesdays, Eleanor
Catsman; Wednesdays, Ida Opt-
ner; Thursdays, Mrs. Sam tet-
zug, and Fridays, Mrs: SB. Mil-
ler Go right to their desk for
B'nai B'rith "Buy a Bomber
war bonds.
Buy a Bomber Committee
President Louis Heiman has
announced that he is heading a
committee of 30 who will devote
all their efforts for the balance
of the month to the sale of war
bonds. Members of this com-
mittee are Leonard Abess Kq K.
Adler. Sam Blank. Joseph A. Her-
man. Daniel Broad Ben Bron-
ston. M. B. Frank. Jake Felt. I.
W. Green. George Goldberg.
Louis Gordon. Nat Hankoff. Abe
Kurman. Leon Kaplan. Max
Kuperstein. Ralph Kaplan. Isaac
Levin. J. M. Lipton. Benjamin
Meyers, Stanley C. Myers. Al-
fred Rosenstein. Harry Sirkin.
William Shayne. Alfred Stone.
Gus Trau. Sidney Wasserman.
Morns L. Warner. Mitchell Wolf-
son. Carl Weinkle and Samuel
Zinkow.
Jake Felt announced that the
Miami Beach Jewish Center sold
$2,500 in war bonds to its con-
gregation for the -bomber;'' Joe
Lipton and Maurice Cromer.
members of the Probus Club, an-
nounced the co-operation of that
club in the B'nai B'rith cam-
paign to buy a "bomber.' The
first bond sold in this drive was
purchased by Isidore Goldstein
S500. The first bond bought in
the Ladies' Auxiliary was by
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom$3,000.
Everyone is asked to co-oper-
ate and buy bonds. The sale is
not limited, and there will be
enough credit to go around. No
one is seeking glory, everyone
has one purpose in mindhelp-
ing our country.
Hillel Passover Seder
The second Passover Seder
will be held for students of the
University of Miami at the Beth
David Congregation, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman in charge of cere-
monies. Between 100 and 125
students are expected at the
Seder The Seder is being given
by the Hillel Committee and is
now an annual function.
It is expected that the Greater
Miami Armv and Navy Commit-
tee will fill" the Seder Hall with
servicemen who cannot be ac-
commodated the first Seder
night. The first Seder will be
i xclusively for Bervicemen. There
will be no possibility of accom-
modating all the Jewi.-h service-
men in this area with places at
rs unless families will of-
fer their private hospitality to
the n ;. family is asked t<> provide
for as many as possibleand
is always room for one
Call Nathan Rothl i I
at the Y. M. H ft. and make
arrangenv i I
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DR. C. E. BARNES
OPTOMETRIST
Congress Building
PHONE 2-5254
PASSOVER GREETINGS
y
S. ERNEST PHILPITT
and SON
Mutical Instruments
36 N MIAMI AVENUE
Wishing To All Jewish Citizen*
A HAPPY PASSOVER
WALKER
Casket Co.
535 N. W. 24th STREET

GREETINGS
*
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
BISCAYNE
ENGINEERING CO.
47 N. W. FIRST STREET
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
HOTEL STRAND
226 N E. 2nd St. Ph. 2-7481
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NORTH BAY
BOAT CO.
471 N. E. 79th Street
PHONE 7-9598
London Arrangements have
been completed to enable, Jewish
servicemen to celebrate the forth-
coming Passover festival in ac-
cordance with the Jewish cus-
tom here.
I WANT MY MILK
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacxo Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
100 N. W. 32nd Str~4
HAPPY PASSOVER
SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS
INCORPORATED
300 S. Miami Avenue
Phone 2-7664
JEWELS WORK OF ART SILVER
FURNITURE. ANTIQUES AND CURIOS
INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES
347 Lincoln Road. Corner Washington Avenue
A. SCHORR. Representative
BUSINESS PHONE 58-1025 RESIDENCE PHONE 2-2503
TANNER'S
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS PASSOVER GREETINGS
1263 W. FLAGLER STREET
1753 N. E. SECOND AVENUE
1906 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES
An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes
COMPLETE STERILIZATION
BABY DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY
We Supply Diapers or Launder Your Own for as
Low as $1.00 per Week
422 S. W. 22nd Avenue Phone 4-5515
JUERGEN'S
OLD CASTLE INN
"Every Meal a Pleasant Memory"
151 S. E. SECOND STREET
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
MINNA LEE IMPORTERS. INC.
603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
'$
PHONE 8-2151