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The Jewish Floridian ( May 21, 1943 )

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tJewisti flcridHan W VOLUME 16—No. 21 TBUB Ji&wiislh VmSffiy fit TO HOLD ELECTION FOR DELEGATESTtt MEETING JOLT 1ST MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1943 The election committee of twenty-five delegates who are in charge of arrangements for the selection of delegates to the American Jewish Conference are preparing necessary details in this regard. Co-conveners in charge of preliminary arrangements and named by the national group, are Harry Simonhoff, Stanley C. Myers, and Mrs. Ann Meyers. At a meeting of this committee, Sunday, June 13 at 4 o'clock was set as the date for the election and Beth David Talmud Torah as the place. Elected to serve as chairman of the committee was Harry Simonhoff. with Mrs. Jennie Rotfort as secretary, and Mrs. Moses Krieger as treasurer. Outlying communities including Palm Beach were added to this district which will be entitled to two delegates to the conference scheduled for July 1st at an unannounced place. The agenda of the American Jewish Conference reads as follows: 1 Action on problems relating to the rights and status of Jews in the post-war world, to be considered and recommended; 2 To implement such action with due consideration of the Jewish rights in .Palestine; 3. To elect a committee to carry out the program of the American Jewish Conference in close cooperation with representatives ol Jews throughout the world. WELFARE BOARD WILL NAME MEETING DATE The Jewish Welfare Bureau win shortly announce the date or its annual meeting at which time directors to fill existing vacancies will be selected. Attention is called to the change in regulations regarding membership to the Bureau. This regulation includes as members any Jewish resident who signifies an interest in the Bureau and its activities. This intention may be made in writing to the office of the Bureau or to a present member. Members registering now will be eligible to vote in the coming election. PLJNSllfLLEO FOR ANNUAL MEET ATD.O.T. REQUEST U R A D P ABSENTEE VOTING FOR MLHIIU ELECTION UNDER WAY Miami Beach voters who expect to be out of the city on election day, June 1, were casting their absentee ballots with City Clerk C. W. Tomlinson at city hall. The election law does not permit the mailing of ballots from qualified voters out of the city but will accept ballots cast here by the voter from through May 29, last week-day before election. more than NO. 3 RATION BOOKS TO BE MAILED JUNE 20 Around 330,000 No. 3 ration <-"oks will be distributed to persons m the Greater Miami area within the next 30 days. Start' Thursday postmen began 'wing at each household and apartment application blanks *nidi are to be mailed by each •PPHcant to the address shown "" the blank. Starting about June 20 the No. J books will be delivered by mail applicants. Dade county raloii board appealed to all holders I r .J and No 2 books to make >ure they receive an application. "J an y chance one is not deliv,? l an applicant may obtain one %  u the general delivery window 0! the postoffice. Plans have been cancelled for the annual meetings of the National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare, the National Association of Jewish Center Workers and the National Council for Jewish Education, which had been scheduled to take place in Cleveland from May 28-31, it was announced this week. A joint statement issued by the presidents of the three organizations declared that the conferences had been called off in response to a request by the Office of Defense Transportation, which had asked that all national meetings be suspended for the duration in order to conserve transportation facilities for war-connected purposes. Notifications have been sent to the memberships of all three organizations, the statement said. It was signed by Louis Kraft, acting president of the National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare; Ben Fox. president of the National Association of Jewish Center Workers; and Samuel Blumenfield, president of the National Council for Jewish Education. A gathering of 600 were present to hear Dr. Ludwig Lewisohn, author and lecturer, speak on the Zionist movement, last Sunday evening at Temple Israel. The meeting was the occasion of the annual gathering of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the speaker was presented under the auspices of' the Miami Zionist District. Election of officers of Federation took place with all selections unanimous. The officers were: Sam Blank, president; Jacob Sher, Mitchell Wolfson, Carl Weinkle, Dr. Frank Coret Iftfe'i^ftffiSW d %  SSftft < WNS >The Josenh R T2J £..£?. 5dominated Rumanian government 'sSSfev C Mvers w 'J?£ has notlfk d Jt wish >* aders ^ 'honorary presSm "" mad the Jew.sh population of Ruj F iwnn, | mania must may a special levy of 4.000.000.000 lei — approximately $28.000,000—to the government by September 1, 1943, or face mass deportation to Transnistria, according to reports received here this week. The ultimatum to the Jewish RUMANIAN JEWS MOST PIT SPECIAL LEVY OF MILLIONS PRICE TEN CENTS UP HONORS ARE AWARDED THREE UNIVERSITY GIRLS The National Farm School, recognized throughout the country for its progressive development in the agricultural field, is offering through the Greater Miami Jewish Federation a scholarship to a Jewish student who is interested in preparing himself for a career in the agricultural field. The scholarship includes tuition and maintenance. Residents of this area who are interested or have knowledge of an individual who is interested are asked to contact Federation offices. Congress Building, phone 3-5411. REFUGEE GAVEBAF IDEA OF BUSTING London (WNS)—A well known I German-Jewish physician, driven out of Germany and now practicing in London, gave the Royal Air Force the idea of bombing the Moehne and Edcr dams, key DUTCH CHARGES NAZIS WITH USE POISON GAS London (WNS)—The Netherlands Govcrnmont-in-exile this ; water power pIants in thc Ruhr week formally accused Nazi octhe London press reported this leaders was delivered by Radu Lecca. violently anti Semetic Commissar for Jewish Affairs, who warned the especially summoned prominent Jews that the money must be raised in full by the designated date. Failure of any of the estimated 240,000 Jews still alive in Rumania to contribute to the special tax will result in their immediate deportation, together with their families, to Transnistria. where thousands of Jews have died within the last two years of starvation, epidemics and brutal treatment by Nazi and Rumanian troops. Lecca was reported as saying that even "half-Aryans" will be subject to the $28,000,000 levy. The possibility of the Rumanian Jews raising so large a sum was regarded as very remote in view of the fact that the overwhelming majority of Jews have been ousted from their jobs, professions and businesses by stringent anti-Jewish laws. JEWISH POPULATION IN EUROPE REDUCED 50% week formally accused Nazi octhe London press reported this „„"^T~ D uu cupation authorities in Holland wee k The name of the refugee London (WNS)—Rabbi Irving with using poison gas to kill physician cannot be disclosed i[Miller of Queens, N. Y., now in Dutch Jews rounded up for deportation "to unknown destinations." The exiled Dutch government based its charges on reports received through reliable underground channels. Dutch underground news, papers reported this week that passed o 76-year-old Chief Rabbi J. Vred-1 where it enburg of Amsterdam has died. | thanks. The Chief Rabbi, who assisted in | Following the successful R. A. F. blasting of the dams, the Jewish physician told Bettany: "I am delighted with this wonderful physician cannot be disclosed ""'" %  u ',"< ua s %  f •; <>."> since he still has relatives in Ger-1 i h,s country on a special mission manv f or tne American and World many. i-~.--•—— .• Guy Bettay, former Reuters IJew'sh Congress, estimated this correspondent in Berlin, reported here that the suggestion to blast the vital dams was made to him by the refugee and was later passed on to the Air Ministry was received with the evacuation of undernourished German, Austrian and Belgian children to Holland during World War I, was an officer in the Order of Orange-Nassau. NRS OBTAINS RELEASE OF JEWISH INTERNEES week that the Jewish population of Nazi-dominated Europe has been reduced from 8.250,000 in 1939, when the war started, to 4,500,000 with at least 2.000.000 dead. Rabbi Miller, who has been conferring with officials of the various governments-in-exile here quoted Charles de Gaulle, am aeiigmea wun mis wonaenui Fighting French leader, as saying news and feel that I have con! that anti-Semitism in France was tributed in a small way to the linked to "Vichy demagoguery" victory of the Allies by my sugand that Jews in post-war gestion." 'France would have "absolute Highest honors for outstanding achievement were recently three local students at the University of Miami. Naomi Grossman, who will receive a Liberal Arts degree from the University Monday, and Renee Greenfield, a junior, were among nine tapped to Nu Kappa Tau, women's honorary fraternity. Selection is annually based on scholarship and extracurricular activity. Third honor, editorship of the Hurricane, student weekly newspaper, went to Rita Grossman. Naomi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, has attended the University for four years during which time she has been chosen for membership in Who's Who in American Co>leges and Universities, History Honors society. Freshmen Honors society, English Honors sociiety, and Lead and Ink, honorary I journalism fraternity. She has been president of the Panhellenic society, secretary of Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority, and has been affiliated with student publications and other organizations. Her father is executive secretary of the Y. M. H. A. Renee, another Miami girl, is active in the University drama department, having played in "She Stoops to Conquer" and other productions. Her plav, "The Fledgling." was produced at the school last spring. Under the Stage name of "Judith Morley" she appeared in summer stock. In addition to her dramatic activity, Renee is president of Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority, past president of the Radio club. member <>f Freshman honors and Snarks. honorary writers' group, and is listed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Rita. Naomi's sister, is a soph"iiioi v at the University. She was copy editor, then managing editor of the Hurricane before she received her appointment as editor-in-chief last week. She is also school editor of the Ibis, student yearbook, a member of Freshman Honors society, Lead and Ink, Pledge Mother of Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority, and official representative from the University to the Florida Intercollegiate Press Association. Stating that war production in Germany would be crippled by the bombing of the dams, the -. ,f, ....... ..,..,....,) A .. .1.... IUL. equality." High-ranking officials of the exiled Belgian, Yugoslavian and STANLEY C. MYERS Of SU" !" Honorar y President 'deration at Annual Meeting internment as enemy aliens unmany, Berlin and the Baltic and der an arrangement between our providing water and power for government and several South large numbers of Germany's inand Central American nations, it was announced this week by the National Refugee Service. dustrial plants. It will be a crippling blow to Germany's war production." RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF TO SPEAK ON RADIO HOUR Rabbi Moses Mescheloff speaks over WQAM Sunday morning at 9:15 on the topic "Festivals." The program is under the auspices of the Rabbinical Association. SAM BLANK Elected to Lead Federation For Ensuing Year



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PAGE TWO i Jewlsi)Tkxjdtoin FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1943 ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES J. W. V. AUXILIARY Saturday, May 22nd. is designated as Victory Day by the LaTEMPLE ISRAEL Sunday morning, May 23rd at 10 o'clock. Religious School closiiaieu as VIIIUIJ ua) vj *>•>*-iu unum, nu 6 vuo ._....—. dies Auxiliary of the Jewish War ing exercises of Temple Israel. Veterans. American flags will, Presentation of a program of class be pinned on by members of this : reports by representatives of the organization, assisted by the, various classes and awards of daughters, and the junior groups j certificates of merit, and attendaffiliated with the B'nai B'rith. ancc prizes are on the program. the proceeds of which will go into a Hospital Fund for all service men. The organization has The annual confirmation of the Temple Israel Sunday School will take place Friday evening. May 28. with a class of 28 boys and BETH SHOLOM CENTER New members added to the Sisterhood board ol: Beth Shoom Center include: Mrs. M, Fri dberg. Mrs. Henry Schmerin. Mrs. Mona Altman. Mrs. Morns rell, Mrs. Henrietta Berger, and Mrs J. M. Scheaffer. At the meeting of the board 01 directors of Beth Sholom I nit. i held at the Center on Wednesdaj evening, several plans for enlarging the present quarters of H'^ Sholom Center were discussed and the board authorized its committee to proceed with the remodeling work to add to the seating capacity of the synagogue for the High Holy Days and for the coming season. The Sisterhood of Both Sholom Center will hold a lawn party for the benefit of their soldiers fund, at the home of Mrs. A. Frankel. 1910 Bay Drive. NorARBETER RING August Claessens acting Nat.onal Secretary of the Sooal Democratic Federation U.B. A. of which Mayor Jasper McLevy o Bridgeport. Ct.. is Nahonal Chairman; will lecture again on Fridav May 21st. at K:30 p. m. „, •„ the Workmens Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Friday he will soeak <>n "The Jew and the World Crisis.'' The topic for Sunday is "Freedom from Want, ••The American. British and Canadian Plans for Social Security. Mr Claessens was a member of the New York State Legislature, 1918. 1919, 1920. 1922. He is an instructor at the Rand School or Social Science in New York City and a teacher for several A. F. of L and C. I. O. Unions; author of many books and a State executive member of the American Labor Party. New York. ORTH ODOX CONG. Miami Jewish Orthodox Sister hood is sponsoring a card and bingo party Sunday, May 23rd ',. the Y. M. H. A., 1567 S W 5th St.. at 8 p. m. Mrs. A. I Orlan sky is chairman assisted by Mrv Joe Zalis. Mrs. Pearl Redmond and Mrs. L. Katz. The public k cordially invited and those in uniforms are admitted free uieu i.uMi.L.1.. o..v pleastnc confirmants' addresses which ore. by way of stationery, pen| w j|j presen t the commandments cils. razor blades, cigars, reading as a 10 pomt pro g ra m for tomorBEACH ZIONIST point progr row's better world. This year's class includes Lee Benjamin. Beatrice R. Beckwitt. Janet F. Cliff. Sonya B. Comander. William H. Cohen. Barbara A. Firestone. Johanna S. Frank, Marjone J. Gerstein. Suzanne R. Gillette. Isabelle L. Levy. Sheila Lewis. Sam The present B'nai B'rith Girl Luby. Jr.. David N. Lutsky Bevpledgcs became official members erly J. Marx. Morton S. Miller. of the Junior Auxiliary of B'nai Shirley F. Richter. Jobe H -1"*^ irMwln Bronner"who B'rith last Tuesday evening when Rilwe, Dons L. Rceeirthal. Rosememory o Marvm B nn,r^ materiel, games, fruit, music, sports equipment, etc In one instance, they completely furnished and equipped two sun porches. B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS K. Greenberg, Mrs. H. Schmerin, Mrs. R. Tobin, and Mrs. M. Zinnamon. The regular membership meeting of the Beach Zionist District was held at the Jewish Community Center Wednesday evening, May 19. A resolution was presented far the planting of a grove of 1000 trees in Palestine in B'rith last Tuesday evemng when Kltwe, Uona IU ^ !" "| r a the first of its members to their sister members held a bufmond F Rubin,Pearl NJSapero. resolution was fet supper at the home of their Enid I. Silvern. Marcella J sponsor. Mrs. Sam Silver. The Schechter, Geraldine L. Slepian. new members are Sarah Rose Sanford M. Sprint/. Marshall I. Schwartz. Shirley Ross, and NaStem. Norman R Steuer. Philip talie Hoffman. This affair climaxed six months of the presidency of Berniee Badanes Their program included distribution of New Year's baskets; annual banquet: a visit to Cardiac Home; participation in T. Weinstein, Babette F. Wolfe CARDIAC HOME Charles S. Tobin. founder and past pn %  "f the National iffian WReue1*a^ra M Moth Cardis Home has er's Day program. lf,h term M president of the hom e. Election was held recently at the 0l Mr. and Mr.-. A. Frank. 1. 1910 Bay Drive. Other officers : vere: Mrs. Oscar Frankel. first vice president: Harry Saffi r, second vice president; A .1 Tobin, third vice presnt; Mrs, Joseph Williamson, • iry; M: s, S Rosenberg, tary; .1 ;. %  : W 1 rer; J<>A Bermai tant ti s, finan%  The 1 ted at 4 W F intj It is the • ind in the A SOUl nly. 12 THRILLING RACES NIGHTLY pass away. The resolution was adopted and plans to implement it were given consideration. The district itself contributed 100 trees towards this grove. Confidence was expressed that the project would lie quickly achieved and supported. 350 were pledged. BETH IACOB Beth Jacob Congregation Sunday School will have its closing session Sunday morning with a special program. The public is invited and refreshments will be served. TARBUTH The Tarbuth Hebrew Speaking Society will meet Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the hoi: i Mr. and Mr> P. Puchkoff, 1130 s W 9th Si Miami. The group will observe Lag Homer Speak'. ill include Mr. Puchkoff, I) in, A. Frledlander, and Rabl i Coin an A. Zwitmai v War Bonds and Stamps to help | Democi .icy. ./ —"" .£ Past line I. T8UEB* T O FORM DIE RUING Mlistiu 25c EH i TRACK IV." V'St* St'Mt Ittattt K E 2il aid H 7th MIAMI MIZRACHI The Miami Mizrachi Organization will meet T u May 25. 8 p. m. at ti,. Miami J< wish Orx C ngri gation, 590 S W 17th Avi vital im] e to the present and future of Jews in Europe and Palestine as well as the program and activities of the organization will be discussed. R. W. "Bob" RALSTON HAS SERVED YOU AS YOUR COUNCILMAN FOR OVER 10 YEARS In the interest of continued good government for Miami Beach we urge you to support and vote to "Re-elect" Bob Ralston to City Council at the Election June 1st (Paid Political Advertisement by Friends of Bob Ralston) TOWER THEATRE a. W. ITH 8T. AT 1Bth AVB. OPEN AT 1:46 P. M. Friday and Matinee Only Saturday, May 21-2*2 "THE DEAD END KIDS" IN // KEEP EH! SLUGGIIIG" EXTRA! DISNEY CARTOON "The Vanishing Private" • • • Starts SaL at 4:30 P. M and Sun. Thru Tues., May 22-25 IN TECHNICOLOR "The Desperadoes" WITH RANDOLPH SCOTT CLAIRE TREVOR GLENN FORD EVELYN ANKER EDGAR BUCHANAN SCHAAREI ZEDEK A combined meeting of Congregation Schaarei Zedek and Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday evening. May 25th at the synagogue. The meeting will be jointly presided over by Nat BlumberK and Mrs. Ida Buckstein, respective presidents of the organizations. M. B. M IZRACHI Miami Beach Chapter"of~the Mizrachi Organization of America will hold a Lag B'omer luncheon at the Beth Jacob Congre gation. 311 Washington Ave from 12 noon to 2 p. m. The honorary president, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, will install all the new officers and Cantor Maurice Mamches will entertain. New officers of the women's division are: Mrs. J. Brenner president; Mrs. P. Chill, vice I president; Mrs. A. Berger, vice president Mrs. A. Adhfrblum 1 treasurer; Mrs. J. Kirshbaum, re cording secretary; Mrs. F. kal stein, financial secretary; Mrs S M. Grundwerg, publicity chair lady. Officers in the men's di j vision are: Rabbi Uri Felshin president; M. Vanger, vice-presi dent; and I. Miller, treasurer. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. Rawlkon'i Upholstery. Slip Corar a4 Drapery Shops Complete Line of EXCIUSITS Decorative Fabric* 35 N. W. 1st St. Ph. 3 J9H Eitabllsha* In Miami sine* wr Hanson Roofing Co. ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS PHONE 4-M40 414 S. W. 22nd AVENUE Burton Bernard. 16 year old member of the Granite City, 111., chapter of Aloph Zadik Aleph. B'nai B'rith youth organization, who won first place and a $4,000 scholarship in the national oratory contest of the American Legion. V PHONE T. % 2-3I5I *1 INSURANCE fS> SEyBOLD C^. BUILDIW6 .;v ,-• THE G A ROE N OF MEMORIES mourn IUBO FLORIDA 1 MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL MTATBS Waat Flaqler Stroot at 53rd ATMM ONLT TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI 1 ( % %  IN JUDGING A CEMETERY ASK THESE QUESTIONS' How Convenient la It? Mount Nabo U only 10 mlnutaa frees yoau horn, by car. Easily ECC—Ibis by bui ta tha camotary In practically the same thee. How Cloee to the Front Con TsnOsta Plot? Cholca plots era available la Meant Hebe right hi tha axtrama front of the %  — %  not a half mllo from the entrance. Doee the Cemetery Hare Walk*? 2! *• B*9 va to climb over ffaeea h roach thatr plot.? 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FRIDAY. MAY 21. 1943 -Jewish florid ten SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. William Mechlowitz announce the marriage of their daughter, Hannah, to Michael Hinden in New York. The wedding took place May 4th and the couple will reside in Schenectady. Mrs. J. Engler and daughters, Molly and Ida, entertained Monday evening in her honor, and a group of friends entertained Tuesday at Burdine's. Mrs. Hinden is leaving Friday to join her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel K. Goodman of Aiken, S. C, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Hazel Goodman, to Lt. Irving Ginsburg, U. S. M. A. C. of Miami, Florida, which took place Sunday afternoon, May 9th at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stein, of Atlanta, Ga. Rabbi H. H. Epstein officiated in the presence of the family and close friends. Out of town guests included Mrs S. Goodman, mother of the bride and Mrs. Harry Surasky of Aiken, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, parents of the groom, and Miss Paula Ginsburg of Miami; Mrs. Joe Goldstein, of Galax, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. I. Ginsburg, Miss Bernice Ginsburg and Mrs. Bon Arnold of Columbus, S. C; Mr. and Mrs. Al Goodman of Charlotte. N. C. Lt. and Mrs. Ginsburg are visiting Mr. and Mrs George Chertkof. of Miami, sister and brother-in-law of the groom, while Lt. Ginsburg is stationed temporarily in Opa Locka. %  %  %  wjmii.a, o'. 3 o'clock at Congregation Schaare, Zedek. 1545 £. vHS and $&5*&\ Wl11 be Hel !" Mr SMU Mlr i l / er bridesmaids; £ti^ Mu,ny Schulman OuY7f and matr n of honor Out-of-town guests here for the occasion include Mrs. Miller and s 1 ste g r h o e f r ,h HC lf n H May mot er Sd Bister of the bride, and Mrs. Bernstein, grandmother of the briTe A reception will follow the cere-' mony in the Congregation No invitations will be issued and rel atives and friends are invited Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Fields announce the recent marriage of \uZ d aUg L tCr Miss Jt an Goldstein to Murray Deblineer of Brooklyn N Y The £ e w ^ ed s f are residing at the Park Crescent Hotel, N. Y. C. They are vacationing at present at the home of the bride's sister. Mrs Lawrence Gilbert. 428 W. 43rd ot., Miami Beach. PAGE THRO! NOTICE! To all registered Miami Beach voters who expect lo leave town before election June 1st:Go lo City Hall and do your duty by VOTING your absentee ballots, which you are privileged to do. CEREMONIALS Yesterday afternoon, at the St Francis hospital, Rabbi S. M* Machtei officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Sgt. and Mrs. Ted Pmes, of 1035 Pennsylvania avenue, Miami Beach. PERSONALS ENGAGEMENT Mrs. Bessie August announces the wedding of her daughter, Sara, to Mr. Louis Satz, Sunday, May 23rd, at the home of the bride"s uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Michael August. 447 S. W. 28th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate The maid of honor will be Miss Jessica August. A reception will follow. The cauple angoing to New York on their horn oon and then will reside in Philadelphia, Pa. A party honoring Miss Evelyn Kae Auslander, daughter of Mr e in .Samuel Auslander. 2431 S. W. 16th Ct.. will be given by her uncle and aunt, Mr. and I Mrs. Max Halpern of 556 N. E I 57th St., Sunday, May 23. at 8 I p. m., at which time announcei I ment will be made of her ap' proaching marriage to Robert I j Schwartz. The groom-to-be is formerly of Long Island, N. Y. and Miami, and is now engaged in the Merchant Marine as a Radio Officer. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz of Long Island. Miss Auslander is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and was awarded the National Council of Jewish Women's scholarship to the University of Miami where she majored in educational dramatics and became a member of Theta Phi National honorary fraternity. She is also a former student of Mrs. Wm. V. Little and a teacher of civics and vocational guidance at Citrus Grove Junior High School. Ml an i Mrs. Morris Miller of Chicago announce the marriage < %  then daughter, Dorothy, to Ml Hi rn in Mintzer, son of Mr. x Mintzer, 1901 S. The ceremony with n April officiating BAR MITZVAH At regular Sabbath services at 8:30 a. m. at Beth David. Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Phillips, and Herbert, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Qersky, will _" taKe P' ace Sunday afternoon become bar mitzvah. OLD SARATOGA INN Dinners From 5 o'Cjbck Sundays From Noon • 'Cocktail Lounge ... Fine Liquors and Wines raiE BUS M FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS M 71 FROM MIAMI BEACH Mrs. Morris Plant, newly elected member of the executive board of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, and local community leader, has left for the Worth to visit her son, Theodore S; H,ant who is graduating at Harvard University, and is entering into Naval training at Notre Dame. Mrs. Plant is spending a few weeks with her son prior to his entrance into naval training, and she will be joined in i. VS by her ch 'ldren. First Lt. and Mrs. Alfred L. Plant and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Plant. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman entertained at dinner Sunday evening in honor of Dr. Ludwig Lewisohn. Among those present were Mrs. Ethel Shochet. Miss Kachel Adelman, Mrs. Hy Coverman and Miss Evelyn Blustein. Mrs. Anna Berger, 1234 S W 4th St., left Monday for Starke,' Florida, to spend a week with her husband, A. Berger. Mrs. H. H. Miller, 1781 S. W 23rd St., has left for a few weeks visit in Chicago. She will also visit her daughter and son-inlaw Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fein in Cincinnati. Mrs. Sam Blank returned to the city this week after spending some time in the north. Returning to the city from i New York this week is Stuart Gordon. Mrs. Matilda Ratner is a patient at Jackson Memorial hospital. Harry Gordon, associated with the Gordon Funeral Home returned to the city after ;MI extended trip to California 2 BEING CARED FOR By RESIDENT HERE For the past two years. Albert H. Pollack, 7737 N. E. 8th Avenue, Miami, has been caring for two Anti-Nazi German children in England through the Foster Parents' Plan for War Children, it was announced yesterday by Mrs. Edna Blue, Plan executive chairman. American headquarter 5 of ~ t he Plan are at 53 West 42nd Street, New York City. The children are Arno Graff, 10 year old boy. and Liselotte Lachotsky. 8 year old girl. Arno's father, an anti-Nazi journalist, was thrown into a concentration camp when the Nazis came to power. In 1936 when he was released, the familv fled to Czechoslovakia. Hitler's storm troopers followed the family after Munich and once again they were forced to flee, this time to England. When the war broke, all aliens were interned. Arno's parents among them. The boy was placed in the Foster Plan colony but the family was reunited when his parents were released by the British authorities. Liselotte fled from Naziland to Czechoslovakia, then to Poland. Her father remained in Norway her mother in Sweden, but the child reached England. She went through the raids in London before finding her way to the sanctuary of the Foster Parents Plan colonies, where she is safe and well cared for at the present time. Forty-one colonies are operated in England by the Plan at the present time in England. The projects which the Plan operates in England include the following: The J. B. Priestly Nurseries, Herefordshire. England; the Hampstead Nurseries directed by Miss Anna Freud" and Mrs. Dorothv Tiffany Burlingham; the Children's Sanctuary, Leeds, the Camp Projects under the direction of the National Camps Cooperation. Limited; the Resident Colony for Childly:,. Stoke Newington, and the harm Colony. Market Rasen. On receipt of an application, the foster pannt receives as soon Dssil li a photograph and briel history of the child, and pays $15 per month for tin support of the child. An Internationa] committee composed of the Earl of Lisotwell, the Viscount Cecil of Chel[wood, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Helen Hayes, Russell Maguire, and Dudley Fitts, are sponsoring, the work of the Foster Parents' Plan for War Children. More than 20,000 children of the United Nations have been helped by the Foster Parents' Plan since its inception, six years ago. K. OF P. LODGE NO. 170 TO START FUND DRIVE Knights of Pythias Lodge N. 170, Miami Beach, will launch a drive marking its first anniversary Monday, to raise $5,000 by July 5 for mobile equipment in war relief work. Sol P. Malter is chairman. Assistants are Joseph Steinberg, Jacob W. Imberman, Sidney Benson, Joseph Marcus, Harold Wofsy, K. Murray Kaye and Jack Warshell. Imberman is lodge chancellor and Steinberg is secretary. NEW OFFICERS NAMED FOR TEMPLE ISRAEL Officers of Temple Israel ejected last Wednesday evening are: Leonard Epstein, president; Herman Wall, vice-president; Harry Nevins, treasurer; Harold B. Spaet, secretary; Benjamin H. Slote, financial secretary. Directors are: Monte Selig, Harry Boyell, Samuel Katz, Joseph R. Stein, Herbert A. Simon. Jules Perlman. Max Orovitz, Adolph Wertheimer, and Norman A. Rossman.. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. Carl M. loeb, Jr. Named Head of JWB War Emergency Campaign i "A Business Man For A Business Job" IF YOU REALLY WANT: %  %  LOWER TAXES LOWER INSURANCE RATES ON YOUR PROPERTY A CITY HOSPITAL OPEN AND SERVING THE SICK FAIR AND IMPARTIAL ZONING A FAIR CIVIL SERVICE ACT A COUNCILMAN WHO IS IN TOWN AND ACCESSIBLE WHEN YOU AND THE CITY NEED HIM On June first at Miami Beach ELECT Chas. S. Tobin To City Council (Paid Political Arvertliiement) r \i >n it Funeral Chap of :008 H. FLAGICR ST. A.'.iVJLANCE A AfiAJ SERVICE 9-1004 Ctrl M. Loeb, Jr., N. Y., prominenl in communal activities, ha* been named Chairman of the War Emergent) Cam. paipn of the National Jewiih Welfare Hoard. Announcement to thii effect Jmade hv Frank L. Weil, President of the National Jewish Welfare Hoard and Walter Kothrhild, Chairman of its Army and Navy Committee. Election June 1, 1943 I RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM ISM N. W. 7th St. p h 8.730t Beat car* for chronic alck, convaleaeant and elderly people $25 WEEKLY UP % % %  Large Beautiful Groundi^ Your rote and support will secure the services of a man who has the qualifications to give the citizens of Miami Beach an honest and able business administration. RALPH POLE CANDIDATE FOR CITYCOUNCIL MIAMI BEACH (Pd Pollllcal Adv.)



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PAGE FOUR Jewlst)fhrMIM FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1943 PLANT AND MAIN £ 1 S. W. SECOND P. O. BOX 2973 OFFICES AVENUE PHONE 2-1141 Fred K. Shochet Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Months. $1.00 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1940. at the Post Office of Miami Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. IYAR 16. 5703 VOLUME 16 MAY 21. 1943 NUMBER 21 THE I. W. B. ELECTION The Jewish Welfare Bureau is now nearinq the occasion of its annual election. Timber will be added to the board of directors and following its organization will choose officers. A nominating committee is now in the midst of delving into the community's roster to offer to the Bureau's membership at the annual meeting recommendations to fill these positions. Additional nominations can be made from the floor. Criticism both helpful and otherwise in nature has been voiced with regard to the bureau, its officers and management. Now is the time to use the colloquial, for all good people who are interested, dissatisfied, or with ideas for improvement, to register their intentions of interest and membership in the Bureau. Then follow with participation in the forthcoming selection of the board. RESISTANCE IN WARSAW The heroic resistance of the Jewish men, women and children of the Warsaw ghetto, many of them fighting with their bare hands, others with arms smuggled into the ghetto by the Polish underground, to Nazi exterminaVAL C. CLEARY Mayor Val C. Cleary. Miami Beach's only chief mcvlfol elected both by .popular and councilmanic vote, is a candidate, for re-election to the city council on June 1. Having served as a city official for more than 13 years. Mayor Cleary has participated with the other councilmen in Miami Beach's rise to fame as a resort for world travelers and as America's fastest growing municipality as shown by the new federal census and municipal building records. Under a functioning city manager form of government. Miami Beach has been pointed out as an efficiently operated municipality by other city officials in the nation. ,, Since Pearl Harbor, Mayor Cleary with his fellow council tion squads has been "liquidated according to the secret Polish radio station SWII. ine bitter, uneven battle, which raged for more than two weeks, has been an inspiration to all the occupied peoples of Hitler's Europe. Though the Allied world has yet to do its part in Rescuing the millions of ^unforUmate men %  JjJ C £ M-nagr aaud^A. Jews in occupied Europe, the relative handful dieted ecocide*, reduced taxof remaining Warsaw Jews gave the world a es j ncrca sed city employees' salthrillinq demonstration of courage and forti-1 arics and formulated a 10-year tude. It may be assumed that the overwhelmpost-war program for further rriuing majorit/of those gallon, Warsaw Jews i^^Sm, £{£ STSS are now dead; their action, however, will live | purposc Mayor Cleary said, forever in the hearts of patriotic Polish people, j Retired from business Mayor The battle started on the first day of PassCleary devt his ftilJ time to over. Nazi troops, armed with tanks and or\*^ &StfZ&& mored cars, invaded the ghetto to carry out nt nas Krcetc d professional leadorders to "liquidate" the remaining ghetto popC rs, federal and Pan American ulation. They encountered stubborn resist-, diplomats. ance from Jews, untrained and unequipped, I "I would rather serve Miami u i J J 1u. .u„„ ...Cii ; Beach than any other city in who preferred to die fighting than to submit Am( nca •• ne sa f d -1 cnjoy into further Nazi humiliations and persecutions. in( ncn and making friends for Their sacrifice must not be in vain. The free Miami Beach—day or night." peoples of the world must recognize their debt to the jews of Warsaw by rescuing those Jews who are still alive in occupied Europe and who can still be saved. BERMUDA TALKS ME 10 BE AIRED ill PARLIAMENT the necessity of reviving public ^ ing troop and supply vessels interest in the rescue of the should be used for transportation helpless refugees from Hitlerism. The members of Parliament, included Colonel Victor Cazalet should and Miss Eleanor Rathbone, submitted a 10-point rescue program to the British Government for immediate consideration: Irrespective of measures which other nations may take with regard t" rescuing Nazi victims, the British Government should deadopt the most generous policy London (WNSI—Renewed mands for immediate United Nain helping people from Nazi-held lions action to save the estimatterritories to find asylum in free ed 5.000,000 Jews still in Nazicountries. dominated Europe were expri The British authorities must ed by liberal members of Parlirevise the existing visa regulaament this week following the tions in order to (liable more reannouncement that the results fugees from Nazi Europe to enand recommendations of the reter the country of refugees. Temporary camps for refugees >e established m Palestine, irrespective of the Palestine immigration quota. The selection and tiansportation of the 4.000 Jewish children and 500 adults from Bulgaria to Palestine Should be speeded up. An exchange of interned Axis sympathizers for Jews living in Axis countries should be arranged. The arrangements which have been reached with Bulgaria and Hungary with regard to emigration of Jews from these countries should be extended to other satellite countries. RALPH POLE Ralph Pole. Justice of the Peace, Miami Beach, is a canI didate for election to the Miami • Beach council in the coming pri! maries. Judge Pole has been a : resident of Miami Beach for 16 years, coming here from Philadelphia, and served as Judge of Miami Beach Municipal Court before seeking election as Justice of the Peace in 1932. He bases his qualifications for election on his political and civic record. Judge Pole resides with his wife I at their home at 1337 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Fla. CHARLES S. TOBIN Charles S. Tobin. prominent Miami Beach insurance agency president, was the first candidate to formally qualify for city council election to be held on June 1st. The petition was filed with cent Anglo-American refugee conference in Bermuda will be debated in the House of C mons Anticipating little tangible rescue action from the Bermuda parley, a group of British Parliamentarians, speaking at a pn Camps to provide temporary heltei : r< fugees escaping i • be • stabli in North and East Afi ica, Cyprus and the Isle ol Man. Ni utral count) ies must be encouraged to admit m Gei n-ocThe United Nations should apCity Clerk C. W. Tomlinson, conference under the auspices of cupi W( II ai from Nazi-dominated Ian Neutral ships as well as return;i National Committee for th( Rest i • of Nazi Victims, stn YOUR WAR BOND DOLLARS WILL BRING VICTORY but Perhaps you can't serve on the firing line every American can join the buying line. You can do your part on the Home Front by regular purchase of War Bonds out of current income. •AiE I niHUAl a Hiyh Commissioner to Visit neutral and Allied countries to negotiate for the maximum il 'II of n fug( The British government should I lish a new central authority m England to deal with refugee 01 k. To spur public demands for action to save Jews in the occucountries, the National C nnttee for the Rescue of Nazi Victims has printed two and a half million copies of a pamphlet entitled: Rescue the Perishing— a summary of the position regarding Nazi massacres of Jewish and other victims and proposals for their rescue." "The cast' of one innocent Jewish Born in Providence. H. I., in 1902. Tobin came to Dade county in 191H. and has livid lure gin< e that tune He is married and has two sons, Mickey, 12. and David. 15, both of whom attend Miami Beach high school. Tobin entered the insurant business in 1921 and now is in his twenty-second year in that line. He is president of the firm of Tobin & Baker. Inc.. in the Mercantile National Bank building, handling general insurance. He has been widely active in numerous civic and fraternal organizations, such as Miami Beach Elks and Civic League. He is a 32nd degree Mason, a Shriner. and is chairman of the board of yMnfA • t MIAMI S-Ttt>£%& MSB Cenler 4 1st stre "' %  -founder and is presience, "now millions of Jews are perish me, confermnocent Buy Stamps and Bonds. REMOVES OFFICES A SAVINGS INSTITUTIONRESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON, President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Marx Feinberg announces the r cm yal of his law offices from 916 Olympia Building to 829 Ingraham Building, telephone 3Buy War Savings Bonds. ROBERT W. RALSTON nf R ll bort u W Ralston, a resident } Jy. lam area for 30 years and of Miami Beach for 19 years is a candidate for re-election! He has served four terms for a total of eight years as councilman. He is a realtor and develIWH reas inclu d'ng Golden Beach and a number of smaller subdivisions. His platform is brief. "It is the same platform I had when I wa S elected and that is to serve all sections and interests in Miami Beach impartially and with equal fairness, m endeavor to oppose tax increases and expenditures other than to provide proper facilities and protection tor the citizens of Miami Beach He was rounder and is dent of the National Children's Cardiac Home, which maintains a home in Miami for children afflicted with rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease. It is the only institution of its kind in the south. In addition to the care of children, the Home has an active research laboratory and staff. For two years Tobin served as a director of the Miami Beach Apartment Association and was active in behalf of the apartment men in many endeavors. D. LEE POWEH D Lee Powell will participate in the forthcoming Miami Beach election as a candidate to succeed himself as member of the city council. A member of the governing body by virtue of appointment last July. ,OT j, s a long time resident of Miami Beach, a member of the ^Zv.l L L Powe11 & Son", which has operated there for the past 20 years. He is a native of Ashland Va and was educated in Brooklyn public schools. Powell is a dinfR F u the ^ iami Beach Board of Realtors and a member of the Miami Beach Elks' lodge. MITCHELL WOLFSON Mitchell Wolfson, present Mi ami Beach Councilman and a candidate for re-election in th. coming primary Tuesday, is J.' owner oi the Wometco Thcatr* chain operating in this area anri has been active in civic and communal circles. Originally from Key West h P is one of two Jews in the South Florida area that have been aD pointed as lieutenant colonels and aides on the personal staff of Governor Spessard Holland. He is on the council of the An ti-Defamation League, a member of the Jewish Welfare Bureau B'nai B'nth, a director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa tion, member of Temple Israel Jewish Committee Round Table Conference of Christians and Jews, on the President's list of the Zionist Organization, lif e member of the Young Men's Hebrew Association, and treasurer of the Dade County Community Chest. Wolfson is conducting his campaign on the basis of his record of the past years on the city council. During his terms of office he has been active in providing more adequate parking spaces and has been a vigorous protector of the Miami Beach Public School System in addition to other numerous improvements At the council meeting last Wednesday he introduced a resolution which was unanimously passed authorizing a delegation from the city of Miami Beach to ascertain the true status of the Army situation in Miami Beach. This was introduced to enable hotel owners and business men to gage their future activities. Many luncheons and gatherings have been tendered in futherance of his re-election all well attended. His appearance has been enthusiastically received. BENJ. E. "BRONSTON Benjamin E. Bropston. prominent Miami Beach realtor is waging an active campaign to gain election to the council. Bronston a newcomer in politics is a highly successful business man. He has engaged in real estate brokerage here for a number of years. He has otfues at the 605 Lincoln road building. Although Bronston has not engaged in politics, he has been active in community matters often taking time from his own business to render services of public benefit. He served as president of Federation for two terms and was this week appointed to the Board of the Community Chest. He represents the Jewish phase of the activities of the National Conference of Christians and Jews Bronston stressed the need for application of business principles to the municipal governmental affairs. "By careful planning we can eliminate the ills that will I us as well as the many wasteful practices of government. We must plan now to meet conditions when the servicemen return to their peacetime pursuits. He emphasized the need of a Pan-American center and Miami Beach convention hall. JOHN H. LEVI Councilman John H. Levi. who witnessed Miami Beach grow from out of the bay bottom ana led in its rise to resort fame as America's fastest growing municipality, is a candidate for reelection to the Miami Beach City Council on June 1. It was John Levi who interested Carl G. Fisher to come here and invest more than $10,000,000 in developing the nations weiiknown playground. Since'rV. became a councilman in 1918. ne has been known for his frankness, sense of humor and love ror his adopted home. He has served as president oi the city council for 15 years ana as mayor-chairman for tour V PAT'S A strong advocate of sound business in government, zoning pro tection for residential areas ana increased park and playgrouna facilities, John Levi pointed w his past record when asked wnai his future platform would be. "Miami Beach to me UinWJ* than a city," he said. Every square inch of it is as dear to me as the home in which I live. have voted and will continue £ vote against anything I believe %  detrimental to Miami Beach, cv ery inch of which I know from the bay bottom to the talies' building."



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FRIDAY. MAY 21, 1943 +Jewist> fhrkHan PAGE FIVE """ "W I Wl i li i I i RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS BEACH JEWISH CENTER ii1 r Buclid Ave.. Miami Beach ABRAHAM D. WOLF. Cantor Friday, May 21, 8 p. m.. Confirmation of Sunday School class, 1943-5703. Rabbi Colman A Zwitman, Temple Israel, will he cuest speaker. His topic will be 'Our Pledge On This Day." Confirmed will be Ellen Bernstein. Mollie Diamond, Marvin Frankel, Barbara Ann Frumkes, Mclvin Frumkes, Shirley Gerstcin, Rosalind Gerstein, Gloria Gottfried, Adele Lifter, Francine Shorofsky, and Marilyn Siegel. The Sisterhood with the mothers of the confirmants have arranged a very fine musical program in addition to refreshments. President Samuel Friedland will present each confirmant with a certificate of graduation and the president of the Sisterhood will present each confirmant a fine Bible. Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor, and the Center choir will conduct the musical services. Sunday services 9 a. m. Saturday Shalosh Seudes 6:45 p. m. Refreshments and community singing. Daily services mornings and evenings. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM r,jr. N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos, 7:15 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan. preaching. Daily service morning and evening. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N K. 19th St.. Miami COI.MAM A. ZWITMAN. Kubbl RABHI JACOB H. KAPLAN. I'h.D Rabbi KmerltUH Friday. 8:15 p. m.: Guest Speaker. Rev R. Wiley Scott. Dr. Kaplan conducting the services. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wah Av and 3rd St.. Miami B*JM h MOPES Mi:S"-HKI/f>FF. Ilabbl MAI'RK'K MAMCHKS, •\uitar Saturday, 9 a. m. services: Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff: "The Earth Shall Rest." Cantor Maurice Afamches chanting. Early Sabbath services, 7 a. m. Sabbath afternoon: Rabbi Mescheloff discoursing. Servicemen's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schafron. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 7 f i flat St.. Miami Rearh B M MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m.. service: Rabbi S M. Machtei: "The Lib1 rty Bell Inscription." Social pcSaturday. 930 a. m.. service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching on weekly portion. Mincha 7 Pm. Service men's Se'udah s !" is 7:15 p. m.. Chaplain Harold H Gordon presiding. SCHAAREI ZEDEK 1 4 \M.. W !" r,i St • %  Miami SIM'IV APRIL. Rabbi Services: Friday. 6:00 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April: Religious Aspect of Economic Life. Shalosh Sudos, 6:05 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Sales mnd Lessee B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor Truttworthy RMI Eititi Sarvlc* 605 Lincoln Road. Ph.6-5868 SUNRAYWRK HEALTH RESORT AMERICAN PLAN HOTEL CaaferaMc ~~DtUcUm Mob. tfu. UmiHt If id— On UL APPROVED SANITARIUM tcsWew Phrmiss, Tri* N"rts, DKOOM, Octroi UM*m*m Stmec TREATMENT FACILITIES fw sUtUcM %  • *OMI>JC" 0-• %  MMMff. I'"I" — IIMHI • %  •••rr Vwfle (.•*(•" % &f • et REASONABLE RATES •it aw. o*r count mi. ^*'*iMi-n fljun^ CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 139 Mav'o.TtlS?,,* !" Mlaml "AX SHAPIRO. Rabbi .LOUIS HAYMAN. Cantor Friday, 7 p. m.: Kabbalas ShaDOS service. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services: Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos, o:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOJC ,08 S5!L5l RACKOVSKY. Rabbi L.BW1B ORBKN, Sexton Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, conducting and addressing the congregation Saturday morning on "Safety." Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m Rabbi Rackovsky: "Your Home." Mishnah and Jewish Laws and Customs group meets daily at 7:15 and 7:50 p. m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Ave. Ft. I^auderdale. Fla. Reform Synagogue serving Hollywood, Ft. iji'ni.TilHie and Broward County BAMUBL HAI.KVI KARON. Rabbi Services: Friday, 8 p. m. Religious School: Sunday, 10 a. m. Sisterhood business meeting. Monday, 8 p. m. Sisterhood night at the Fort Lauderdale Servicemen's Center eanteen, Wednesday. 6 to 11 D. m. CORRECTION WARSAW GHETTO IS DESTROYED BY NAZIS London (WNS)—The heroic resistance of the last 35.000 Jews in Warsaw, fighting with arms supplied by the Polish underground movement against Nazi tanks and armored cars, has ended and the ghetto has been destroyed, according to reports received here this week by the exiled Polish government. News of the end of the battle which raged in the Warsaw ghetto since the first day of Passover was broadcast by the secret Polish radio SWIT which appealed to Poles in the Warsaw area to aid those Jews who were able to escape from the blazing ghetto. Nazi troops destroyed 200 houses in the ghetto during the fighting. Several members of the ghetto's Jewish Council, seized by the Nazis as hostages at the start of the battle, were executed and their bodies thrown on a refuse heap. They included Gustave Wilikowski, Maximilliam Litchenbaum, Alfred Stegman, and Szereszewski. The reports said that more than 60 Nazis were killed during the battle. GENERAL IN TUNISIA BOWS TO LT. A. KLEIN ^WMWWWMMMWMMWMMMWMWMWVMWMW^M^^^MMMM^MMM**' i '1 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ We call to the attention of our readers an error appearing in these columns last week which stated that Miss Margery Novak of Miami Beach was the fiance of Herbert Litt, service man who was killed on maneuvers. We are informed that this information was incorrect. UNVEILING The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Chas. Greenberg was held Sunday, May 16th in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation officiated. Arrangements were in charge of Sidney Palmer of the Miami Monument Company. New York (WNS)—The American officer to whom Major General Fritz Krause, artillery commander of the Africa Corps in Tunisia, and one of the 18 Axis generals captured by the Allies in the North African campaign surrendered, was Lieut. Albert Klein, a 23-year-old Jewish boy from Waukegan, 111., it was learned this week. Lieut. Klein, who is married and has been in the army for two years, delivered the "unconditional surrender" ultimatum to the Bizeretc headquarters of Gen. Krause and gave the Nazi commander 20 minutes to make up his mind whether to surrender or continue fighting. Gen. Krause chose to surrender. Before bringing his prize package to Major General Omar N. Bradley, commander of the victorious American troops, Lieut. Klein questioned the Nazi general. Have you nought your Defense Bonds yetT Y. M. H. A. To HBTO Diamondball Team In response to many inquiries, Frank Rose, chairman of the Athletic Committee, advised that the Y. M. H. A. will definitely have a diamondball team this summer and that the team will be in one of the leagues in Dade county. For the past three weeks, practice has been held every Sunday morning at Riverside Field at 10:30 o'clock. Out of those who have appeared a team will be selected Inter-mural games are held every Sunday and all those who are interested, are asked to come out to play. Even if you are not planning to join the team diamondball is a very fine sport and you can have a great deal of fun. The following persons have been coming out regularly every Sunday morning: Walter Rawlson. Sam Wieder. Reuben Clein, Max Levine, Irving Wambe. Joseph Bermann, Herman Waitsman, Al Reisman, Al Berftowitz, Ed Van Damm, Irving Poj^. Bob Miller. Ben Kovensky. Bi,^i Lubel, Milton Friedman, Sam Brambier. Ronnie Pallot. Sid Cans. Ralph Gitlin. Harold Berkowitz, Al Weiner, Gilbert Feuer. Emanuel Lubel. Herbert Kaslick. Reuben Lubel. Bernard Saffer and Frank Rose. Boy Scouts to Hold Court of Honor at "Y" Representatives of the entire Boy Scout organization of Dade Countv met at the Y. M. H. A. last Monday night at the regular monthly Honor Award meeting. Over two hundred Scouts and about twenty-five adult leaders were present. This is the second time within a period of a few months that such a meeting was hold at the "Y." Leaders of the Scout movement of Dade Countv have acknowledged that the "Y" has the best facilities for Scouting in this area. Home Camp Maurice Grossman, executive director, announces that applications will be accepted for counsellors for the Y. M. H. A. Home Camp which opens June 14. Preference will be given to high school graduates—boys and girls. Apply to Mr. Grossman at once. We must impress upon the general public the necessity of registering immediately. Because of war time restrictions the enrollment will be limited and no students will be accepted after the enrollment closes. Register at the "Y" at once. American Red Cross With American Red Cross garment production steadily increasing at the "Y," Mrs. Adolph Adler has just been named supervisor together with Mrs. Dave Kleber and Mrs. Herman Barnett who have held this volunteer responsibility since the inception of the sewing center on March 1, 1943. This sewing center is open Monday through Thursday from 12:00 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. However, to meet large quota of garments placed upon our local Red Cross Chapter, many more volunteer workers are required, and your cooperation toward this worthy cause will be appreciated. ONElAlDAY VITAMIN J=1.TABLBTS T HDOC 1 Ml Tew mlahraai aafly %  saafcajaaaaaj •f A BM D VsMtaS oc f B Oaaaaktx VitimiM. la OM phutit tablet. BIMIMIT Ike MM ONB-A-DAT (anna) Vitamin TaMat*. -".NERVINE D O TENSE yea Wakefai. daafcy. T Dr.KSai N i i l — at kaaca N. Tanaiaa. Gctttit 7or arnc •tan. Rd nnctiaaa u4 at nly m airactod. Alka-Seltzer W HBM %  sslasst, M •alar Fataa ar Hlipli Kaaraarla. Dartraa altar TO INSURE POST-WAR PROSPERITY LET'S PLAN IT NOW ELECT BEN BRONSTON to the CITY COUNCIL HE ADVOCATES 1.—Planning NOW for speedy return to pre-war days. 2.—Efficient representation o n the proposed Greater Miami Port Authority. 3.—Miami Beach Joining in establishing a Pan American Center. 4.—Rightful representation on the Dade County Commission. 5.—Building a Convention Hall and Auditorium in Miami Beach. 6.—A d d i t i o n a 1 Parks and Municipal Bathing Beaches. 7.—A d e q u a t • water and sewerage facilities. 8.—Enforcement of all ordinances keeping Miami Beach free of rackets, q^u polities! 9.—Continued improvements for city beauufication. 10.—"An on the Job Council prepared to meet any emergenAdT.) cy." MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GORDON FUNERAL HOME YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AVENUE PHONE 3-3431 WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION



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PAGE SIX *Jt*isi>fk)rk0aA %  TTDK71 ntOM EVERYWHERE Muctiy, eonpdejntial T PHINEAS J. BOON. IN THE MAIL BOX YOU SHOULD KNOW ProDid you read about the interesting tests conducted by lessor Howard H. Harlan of the University of Alabama? Professor Harlan asked the students in his college classes about their attitude toward Jews—and here are a few of the many interi. •Stjafl results as presented by Alexander Lerin in the latest issue „* k for $25 0 0 to help a worthy of The Jewish Snprtatnr Tt wmc tn„r,A K,a wnm n „-I,;K,.„,J *•""• ll •*•" %  r • Mr. Nathan Adelman. President. Zionist Organization of America. Miami. Florida. Dear Mr. Adelman: Even though I am, and have been, a member of the Zionist Organization for some time. 1 was so inspired by Dr. Ludwig Lewisohn's splendid talk last night I am sending along my of The Jewish Spectator ... It was found that women exhibited less anti-Jewish prejudice than their male fellow-students Boys and girls from small towns turned out to be less prejudiced than those from large cities Those whose parents are in the upper brackets displayed "significantly" more prejudice than those in the lower income group And close or intimate friendships with individual Jews have as their result less prejudice against the group as a whole The more intimate the contact, the less the prejudice. RUSSIAN INTERLUDE Solomon Mikhoels. actor and director of the Moscow Jewish Theatre, will be a member of the Soviet Jewish delegation now en route to the U. S. Mikhoels is an honored artist of the USSR and a recipient of the Order of Lenin. Russia's highest | award "Write a personal letter to a Russian friend" is the | call sent out by the Jewish Council for Russian Relief, which has undertaken to arrange for half a million such letters to be sent : to the USSR Just to remind you that refugees are nothing new in Jewish life, let us point out that the one and only Sophie Tucker was born in the steerage of a steamer that was carrying her parents from the pogroms of Csarist Russia to the peace and opportunity of America. THIS AND THAT Congratulations to the editors of the special edition of The Shofar put out for men in the armed fd*ces The Shofar. you remember, is the official organ of the/.. Z. A., the B'nai B'rith youth organization Editorially and"-.*chnically the paper is a first-class professional job. and could J^JW as a model for many another organizational journal Corporal David Rose of the Army Air Force Signal Corps is the star of a new Victor record album of eight Academy-Award-winning-songs. just out Called "Film Favorites." the album shows the composer-bandleader in all his versatility Scheduled for a six months' tour of overseas bases is Chief Petty Officer Artie Shaw of the U. S. Navy Going with him. of course, is the Navy band he organized last year Down on Second Avenue they squelch indiscriminate blabbing with the admonition: "Loose schmus can cook your goose!" PATRONESSES OF MUSIC Mrs. Charles S. Guggenheimer. chairman in charge of the Stadium Concerts New Yorkers enjoy on summer evenings, has to give a great deal of time and effort each year to obtain funds to cover the deficit inevitable because of the Stadium's low-price policy, but this year her job is even bigger than usual—for the stage, destroyed by lightning last year, must be entirely rebuilt before the concert season opens next month We are indebted to Stanley Garten for the information that Mrs. Rachelle Garbat of New York is without doubt one of the outstanding patronesses of Jewish musical genius Credit is due Mrs. Garbat for making possible the musical education of pianist Mischa Levitsky and violinist Max Rosen And it was she who interested Henry Goodman in giving Yehudi Menuhin his famous Stradivarius Mrs. Garbat is a daughter of the late Abraham Lubarsky. a weal thy tea merchant of oid Russia who gave huge sums for the revival of the Hebrew language. ABOUT PEOPLE That was a fine human gesture on the part of Dr. Weizmann when he sent a public message of condolence to the widow of Dr. Chaim Zhitlawsky. who had long been his political opponent .. Weizmann paid tribute to Zhitlowsky as "a great fiqhter : for the cause of our national freedom" and referred to him as "a inous mind and a profound philosopher" cause. 1 shall also endeavor to obtain a few new members. With best wishes, sincerely. SAM BLANK Dear Mr Blank: It was most gratifying to receive your kind letter and contribution of $25.00. It is gestures of this kind that encourage one to continue work already begun for a cause most worthy in our lives. With Zions Greetings. N. Adelman | Y. M. H. A. COMMITTEE REPORTS ON OFFICERS A nominating committee headed by Isaac Levin presented recommendations to the annual nomination meeting of the Y. M. H. A. Wednesday evening. Nominations made from the floor in addition revealed the following list: Unanimous, Leo Ackernian, president; Leon Lieberman, secretary: George Goldberg, treasurer. For vice-president, George Chertkof and Herman Waitsman; director for three years: Philip Berkowitz, Jack Apte. Frank Hose. George Rachlin. Murray Apte. and Jules Wilson. Nominated to the board for one year: W. D Singer, Max Silver, IsaacLevin, Jack August, Dave Brown. D. C. Willner. George Rachlin, Murry Apte, Jules Wilson. Bernard Sterling. Herman Waitsman, and S. B. Miller. Boston (WNS)—Warning Hitler and his Axis cohorts that they will be held to strict account for their bloody crimes, Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox this week told the Massachusetts Committee Conference of Christians and Jews that "we shall not forget the massacre of the Jews." "I think I speak for the outraged peoples of the world, and in no spirit of vengeance, when I say to you who are guilty that there will be a strict accounting for your bloody crimes against the philosophy of charity and humanity which is the basis of every great religion," Mr. Knox said, rape oi'^ank'in'g. "I'M forget the massacre of tt not And the perpetrators of earh e Ws abomination will be noted n ** record." nottd n th e It makes little differed Mld: ad in the foxhole 2 %  ridden island in the D fever whether the boy next tV, K ,cific he wants of him bcSSS A good markmanship. jtV? m ter of slight consequence .n' 1 officer on the bridge whatS.* gun is manned by m n T h er a ship God In a cKPcTfeSf ant church or in a Jewish^ gogue. All he wants ofhg^ courage and perfect u-am^i" Stating th/'-phony^SS^ fensives will only cause u. take greater heart," Mr Kn^ warned the Axis leaders fe will not obtain by diplomatic T phcty what you have been un" able to achieve by brute f^' For us. there can be no, obSE words than 'unconditKna? *" render. • HtfPALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREFT IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX. Rpr*Mnta1iv JEWISH MEMBER OF POLISH NATL. COUNCIL DIES AT 49 Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best Mora OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE FLORI KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Del ciout Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meati and Normal Ave. London (WNS)—Polish and Jewish leaders paid high tribute this week to Samuel Zygelbojm, Jewish member of the Polish National Council who was credited with organizing a Jewish underground movement in Nazi-occupied Poland, who died here al • of 4!) Mr, Zygelbojm, who. with Dr. Ilgnacy Schwartzbart, represented the Jews in the exiled Polish ouncil, escaped from Poland hile the Nazis w i re s< arching me of the organizers or the I'n ish undi 11 roui d n ovi mi nt, 1 ne report receivi d hi i frii of Mr. Zj I lhal the P %  I i immitted suif '' r receh that his r had been killed '• U N i; :. Polan I i Pfc. Joseph Schrebnick, son of Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, 414 8th St., was graduated from the Army Air Force clerical school in Los Angles and will serve as staff assistant to tinoperations officer of the base to which he will be assigned. Beth El Sisterhood sponsored a card party Thursday night at Sher Memorial Hall with Mr. Shocoff, hostess Funeral service for William N. Morse. 63 of 420 Jessamine St., who died Friday morning, were held Sunday at 2 P. M. at Ferguson's Chapel, Dr. Carl N. Herman of Beth Israel Temple officiated. Burial was at Woodlawn Cemetary. Pall bearers were Jack Ready, Bennie B. Gordon, Max Lee, Joe Lesser, Isaac Abrams, Abe Kerman, Harry Halpern, San Feldman. Rabbi Greenstein gave a report of the conference of the Florida State Rabbinical Association at Orlando at the FridVy^vS services at Beth E. gonXg B'nai B'rith Auxiliary met at the home of the new pr,.s,dem Mrs. Louis Hyman, 1801 S Olive Ave., Tuesday night. There was a large attendance. Yearly nports were given. F* th Best in Dairy Products WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CBEAM—ICE CREAM f 5 s SOUTHERN DAIRIES — >v^ ... Serving Palm Leach County, featuring th <*C Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro ducts and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOR PHONZ Re-Elect JOHN LEVI to tka City Council of Miami Beach and continue the phenomenal progress of Miami Beach (Paid Politioal Adv ) NAZI HUNT FOR JEWS IN HOLLAND IS CONTINUING London (WNS)The hunt foi Ji ws continues unabated in Nazi"pied Holland, according to an authentic report received this week by Aneta news agency Hun.in ,ls of Jews in Amsterdam were dragged from their hoi rhe arrested included Jews married to gentiles. For such couples a new ca m ,, w.,s established at Mocom. administered by elite guards. "Their treatment there chal!f?H C S "M C SCnp U n '" ,h <' report m.%i .£5 anyo .!. tl S tanwtet Were mutilated for life. FOR SALE BY OWNER 2lL d K n9 36x A S n ne St ry Suit a*>le for manufacturing or storehouse. 400 feet from R.R. siding. 300 N. E. 71st STREET. MIAMI H5, Uy W ar £ onds and StampsHelp the soldiers help you IMLMKII %  ut.eral ( iiapei 200 W. FLACtUR tT. AMBULANCE A l)CC4 SERVICE 3Zbb4 Made From Frooh Orange* VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT Val C. Cleary TO THE Miami Beach City Council June 1st Your Vote and Support Earnestly Solicited I have known and worked with Mr. Cleary lor many years and sincerely endorse his re-election. SOL S. GOLDSTROM 'Paid Political Arverlidc^ment >



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FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1943 *JewlstFktrMkHi PAGESEYIk WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEO. M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. R OTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. W. B. Director GREATER nimmi RRmv MID nnuv commiTTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD WK PK WK WK SERVICE r\ ry r\ r\ PARADE! A CO MMUNITT PROJECT Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services" OFFICERS SAM BLANK, Chairman MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chr. JOSEPH A. BERMAN, See. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mrs. Walter Bronatoa Mrs. Max Dobrin Maurice Grossman Louis Heiman Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Morris Klass Mrs. Murry Koven Harry Markowitz Nat Roth Milton Sirkin Joseph Stein Mrs. Herbert Wallas* Carl Weinkle ABOUT DUI ears WILLIAM LEVITT, son of Mrs. Sonia Levitt, and the late Louis Levitt, has been promoted to major and is on the headquarters staff of his engineering outfit in Hawaii, according to word received here. STANLEY KOLBER, of 1244 Pennsylvania Avt, Miami Beach, ,s in Miami on a seven-day furlough before reporting for officer candidate school in North Carolina. A former Miami Senior High and University of Miami student, he was promoted to corporal last week at Camp Hahn, Cal., where he was stationed with an anti-aircraft unit. GERSON BLATT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blatt, 3425 Frow Ave., Coconut Grove, is continuing his training in the Army Air Forces at Santa Anna, Cal. where he was appointed chairman of the honor corps. He is a graduate of the University of Florida law school. MURRAY KALISH, 1731 S. W. 11th St., has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the Coast Artillery Corps after completing the officer candidate school in anti-aircraft artillery at Camp Davis, N. C. After visiting his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kalish, he will depart tor Camp Edwards, Mass. His basic training at Kearns, Utah, completed. CORP. LEONARD J. OXENBERG. former University of Miami student, has started his laboratory training at the General hospital. Springfield, Me Corp. Oxenberg's parent* Mr and Mrs. Edward Oxcn" %  ":>:; S W. 17th Ave.. exi' 1 leave this week to visit BIIB S SGT. BERNARD KURLAND. a graduate of the University of : nved in. Miami Saturf to : ml a furlough with his •T"!h ents live at 300 S. W. 8th Ave., won his Navy wings and commission after completing the prescribed fright training at Pensacola. He was married in Atlanta two weeks ago and honeymooned here. Having been designated a naval aviator, Lt. Ginsburg will go on active duty at Opa Locka. one of the Navy's air operational training centers before being assigned to a combat zone. Lt. Glogowski will undergo the final phases of the officers' training course at Quantico, Va., before taking to the field. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Glogowski. His wife. Mrs. Myrtle Elizabeth Glogowski, lives at 3880 Irvineton Ave. He is a graduate of Miami University. AVIATION CADET MARTIN LEVINE, 23, son of William G. Levine, master mechanic at Brookley Field, Ala., and Mrs. Robert Krims, 1568 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, is finishing his cadet training at the Army Air Forces Advanced Flying school at Lawrenceville. 111. A graduate of Miami Beach High school, he attended the University of Florida two years. Upon graduation in June, he will receive his silver wings and a commission as second lieutenant in the AAF. A brother. ARTHUR LEVINE. graduate of Miami Beach High school, is a fireman 1/c in the Navy and is stationed at Norfolk. PFC. WALTER GRAFENBURG post photographer, who in civilian life was a highly skilled commercial photographer in Europe and later in Miami. Fla.. took the oath Oi citizenship last week in the chambers of Federal Judge Phillip L. Sullivan in the old Post Office Building, Chicago. Name Address (Home) Date of Birth Date of Enlistment. Name of Nearest Relative Address Branch of aMarTaf Service Address TeL No. Relationship Rank OutfitPromotions, honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other •vents or services: — — 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: Rabinowitz, Seymour Raxin, Arnold Recksc-n, Harry Resnick, Harry Richard, Norman D. Richman, Benjamin Richter, Robt. Riegel, Irving Rifkin, Jerome Rogoff, Harold L. Rose, Joseph Sanford Rosen, Arnold P. Rosen, Isidore J. Dr. Rosen, Samuel Rosen, Samuel M. Rosenbaum, James H. Rosenberg, Charles Rosenberg, Samuel N. Rosenblatt, Leonard Rosenblatt, Milton L. Rosencrantz, Joseph Rosenfeld, Daniel M. Rosenstein, Joseph D. Rosenthal, Herman Rosenthal, Irving Rosenthal, Joel H. Rosenthal. Val Rosner, Leopold Ross, Lester J. Rotfort, Irving Rotfort, Louis Rotfort. Sol Roth, And-ew Roth Daniel Roth, Edward B. Roth. Julius E. Rothschild, Martin L. Ruben, David R. Rubin, Arnold Rubin, Irving Rubin, Irving D. Rubin, Harold Mandel Rubin, Joseph H. Rubin, Joseph Rubin. Marvin S. Rudoff, Aaron Ratter, Sheldon Rifas, Arthur D. Richter. Alvin Rubin, Miss Ruth Reinhardt, Henry Raff, Morris Katner. Stanley I. Rood, Joseph Rosenthal, Sandy Robbins, Nathan Robbins, Bernard L. Robbins, Alexander Robbins, Ralph A LETTER! Lt. Ig. Sydney H. Brisker writer to his parents, regular winter visitors to Miami. Typical of Passover spent in new surroundings by thousands of men in service this year, we reprint this interesting missile.—The Editor. CPL. JEROME H. STEINBERG. 23, of Brooklyn, a prisoner of war, is interned in an Italian camp. Although his mother, Mrs. Jane Steinberg, of 267 Lincoln PL. hasn't had a letter from Jerome since last November, she received his message of Passover greeting from prison camp. U. S. S. Beaumont c/o Postmaster, San Francisco, Calif. April 19. 1943, Passover Dear Mother and Dad— The ghosts of thousands of years of Jews were with me tonight—from the first refugees of the Bible's fascist Pharoh through two destructions of the Temple and through ages of wandering and persecution--they were with me tonight at the strangest Seder I've ever had. In the jungle heat of Guadalcanal and the torridness of the African desert, in the biting cold of Iceland and Alaska and the foggy dampness of England, modern Maccabeans in the uniforms of their beloved countries gathered tonight to celebrate the deliverance of the Jews from the persecution of an ancient fascism. The modern parallel is quite startling at first. It can be said, without fear of contradiction, there are no Jews in the ranks of the enemy. When I look back upon all the Seders I've eaten at, in my own home with my beloved family, and in strange cities with friends, I wonder if I could have ever dreamed that I might be spending a Passover on a U. S. warship, bound on a mission of war. Or perhaps, I should say, a mission of peace because we are fighting for the peace for which each Passover we lift our voices in prayer. One enlisted man (ship's cook, third class) and myself are the only Jews aboard the Beaumont, but we decided to spend the Passover with a Seder, At our last port of call we obtained two boxes of matzoh and a hagodah from the Chaplain. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited aboard U. S. men-of-war and grape juice was unobtainable so we substituted prune juice for wine. The Captain said he would cooperate in every way possible to help us hold our Seder. We got two chickens from the Chief commissary Steward. (I am the commissary Officer, a recent appointment, so it was easily arranged). For bitter herb we used stalks of Chinese cabbage, nuts, apple and honey made charoseth and for parsley we used celery tops. The officer's Steward baked a sponge cake. Everything else was quite orthodox—to the salt water and hard-boiled egg. But lacking matzoh-meal there were no knadele. That would have been something to see—the matzoh balls rolling around with the motion of the ship. A bay in the Chief Petty Officer's quarters was. partitioned off by hanging two blankets, and the Seder was set at a table large enough for eight. Goldstein, being a cook, prepared the meal of chicken noodle soup, roast chicken, potatoes and peas. One of the Steward's mates served. We had several guests, the Pharmacist's mate 1/c, a Protestant, another ship's cook who is a Catholic, and two Steward's mates who are colored Baptists, as well as the Officer's Steward. And to this gathering I related the story of Passover in English in answer to the Four Questions as asked by Goldstein. The modern parallel was more startling. When I read "And it is this same promise which has been the support of our ancestors and of us too: for at every time enemies rise against us, to annihilate us; but the most Holy. blessed He. hath delivered us out of their hands" and I could substitute Hitler for the Assyrian n who intended to kill every Jew—root out the whole race. And I read a prayer, which has been repeated tor centuries, and today more loudly than ever "May He who maketh peace in His high heavens grant peace on us, and all Israel, and say ye. Amen." But if I was startled by the modern parallelism it was the myriad of ghosts of long dead Jews, visiting me tonight, who made me feel that this prayer for peace need not be repeated year in and year out. We have the answer in our power now. The United Nations can make this Victory one of everlasting Peace and build a world in which Jews and Gentile, white and colored can live in peace, harmony and security—just like we of different faiths and races sat down at Seder tonight. Let us hope the next year we can celebrate Passover for deliverance of the democratic world from the barbaric hordes of racism, and the peace we pray for will be with us, forever and ever, amen. Goodnight, dear parents-God Bless You All my love Sidney. Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of: Abess & Costar First National Bank Bldg. Adelman Pipe & Steel Co. 47 N. K. 26th St. Abe Aronovitz Miami, Florida earl's Markets Miami — Miami Saaafe Coven's Shoe Stores 1


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PAGE EIGHT +Jewlsi>nt**M*r> B'nai B'rith &&$ Notes By Paul Weitxman Sholem Lodge No. 1024. B'nai munity, Sholem Lodge has exB'rith elected its representatives who will select two delegates from this area to the National Jewish Conference. Details of the meeting to be held is under determination by Harry Simonhoff, Stanley C. Myers and Anna Brenner Meyers, convenors and theirs is the duty to work out the mechanics of the election which will result in the naming of two delegates who will represent Jewry in Southeastern Florida. tended the invitation to the convention committee of the State organization. District Convention Delegates Chosen With the Convention of District Five, B'nai B'rith due to start on May 29th, 1943, Sholem Lodge has named its delegates to the convention to be held in Asheville. N. C. The delegates who have already been designaB'nai B'rith representatives are: L %l v ?' )5 r,,ll f m I ^" ed Louis Hciman. Milton A PrSSEL& F i: ank Co £*. Isidore man. Harold Turk. S. B. Miller. £*\ ttin P amv \ „ B road 0 S Aaron Edelman. Dr. Alexander ^' d l tro n Sam ol ,i? ctzug '.. S ; R Kushner. Maurice Cr< 'Mi romer, Erjr r ;,,Hrr. nest Sussman. Leo Eisenstein, Sol S. Goldstrom, Carl WeinKlc. Isidore Goldstein. Samuel Blank and Harold Turk Albert A. Green, Samuel Getzug. Blood Bank Committee Paul Weitzman, Joseph M. LipI Seek Donors ton and Paul Sobel. Max R. Silver, Miami ChairThe last meeting of Sholem'man, and Harry Gordon. Miami Lodge, held at the Miami Beach \ Beach Chairman, are hard at Jewish Center was marked by a I work seeking blood donors, but good attendance and animated I the results do not measure up to participation in discussion, show-1 the efforts expended. If Miami ing a marked increase of interest | residents would emulate Abe CONTACT MAINTAINED WITH MOSCOW JEWRY The "Union of Russian Jews" in New York has maintained contact for more than a year with the Moscow Jewish Community, transferred at the end of 1941 to Tashkent, the main evacuation center in Soviet Russia for over a million and a half Jewish refugees from the Ukraine, White Russia, the Baltic States. Poland. Bessarabia, Rumania, etc. The president of the Moscow Jewish Community, Samuel Chobbruttsky, has established in Tashkent a special bureau for the search of relatives among the big mass of refugees. In the last few months the Union of Russian Jews has established the whereabouts of more than four hundred refugee families. E MEET III FRIDAY. MAY 21, Organized Jewish communities in Florida represented by their Rabbis at the sixth annual conference held in Orlando, were Miami. Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale. West Palm Beach, Tam1943 Rabbi Alexander S Ku of St. Petersburg inLS^'d Moleh prayer for the in* dead at special ASffe aide of President Wikot, / lose the first World lRtZJSH the subject. "Convictionw ke on Post-War World." anril r ^ lowed by Professor V?^ fo1 Clarke who 8 £ke on %2f *< %  and Labor." and PrZ Reh 'n Trowbridge of "he DenS Buel Religion at Rollins S?£?8E of "Teaching Religion to J?wife Christian Students in the' ?s£* Classes. The rpii.; anie m uZ i—i"f reso jutions cnm. pa. Orlando, Gainesville Hillel mittee headed bv BOKK: i. 00 1 Foundation. Jacksonville, TallaD. Margolis of li* orris hassee. St Petersburg, and chapbrought in important iSH !" lains now stationed at bases in acted on by the rabbis llons Florida. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel, Miami, gave the conference on "Jewish Unity is All who wish to n-establish '. Possible,'' which was followed by contact with their relatives m ;| public open forum at the SerMorris A. Skop"of"6rrinrf Soviet Russia or wish to have inVK( Men's Center of Congregare-elected as secrettrv tr Waa Mtion Obev Shalom in Orlando Jacksonville was chosVn fo'tT 1 Rabbi Jacob H. Kapian ssLtf v& abb,; h a c nJirsi formation on how best to filler. George Goldberg, Milton them arc invited to get in touch R a bbis who presented papers at I next conference citv t hvvi W ilner. St. Petersburg; Raband B'nai B'rith were h. m in the problems and activities of B'nai B'rith. As further evidence of stimulated interest, ten new members were welcomed into the fold—David B. Joseph, Sam Mararos, Harvey Tendler Harry Diamond, Herman ShafAronovitz, who literally wears a track to the Dade County Blood Bank, and Miami Beach, followed the lead of Rudy Adler. who in the past year was a donor nine times with a total of 4700 c. c's., the tasks of the respective chairYork City (LOngacre 5-1364) for (bi Samuel M. Machtei. Miami; help and advice. | Rabbi Benjamin C. Eisenbcrg, ^T. -*— Tampa; Rabbi Samuel Halevi NEW CHAIRMAN OF Baron. Fort Lauderdale; Rabbi Z /~ H IC aDDOTNTFn Moses Mescheloff, Miami Beach. U. A. K^ATrVlWIU/ Following the impressive MemoWmhinPton D C —The aonal Service honoring the mempoSSeS^baSelPrischoflSory of Rabbi Adolph Burger of dianapolis, Ind.. as national chairRodeph Shalom of Tampa, there man of the Committee on Memas held a panel discussion on bership and Organization of the 'he work of the chaplains now Zionist Organization of America. Rationed at Honda encampwas announced here this week by nients. Chaplain Pmchos J Chawcre hosts to ren. Sigmund Eisenberg. George man would be considerably Pomerantz, Samuel Dreisen. lightened. But some how men Jacob A. Calmers and Leon I and women are reluctant to beWartz.—proof of the fact that I come blood donors, even though the recent initiation of 170 new there is constant need for blood m | e mbers_ in the Anniversary plasma. Being a blood donor is one way almost every individual can help. And arrangements are made to cause the least possible inconvenience to the donor by bringing equipment to centrally located points. All a donor need do is contact either of the chairmen, or call the B'nai B'rith office, 3-6391, and arrangements will be made for them. Class did not exhaust the pane, of eligible members. State Convention Invited to Miami The State Convention of B'nai B nth Lodges will be held in Greater Miami, if the efforts of Sholem Lodge hear fruit. Ever alert to foster interest of Greater Miami in B'nai B'rith. and to augment business in this comBVEItVTHIrVG AS IT SHOULD BE Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual, cwupled with our modern facilities and our efficient aawJ courteous personnel enable us to provide a faneral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved ily in every particular. Ask (oe Mr. Eisenberg Judge Louis E. Levinthal, president of the organization. Charged with the duty to give direction and stimulus to the nationwide membership effort of the Zionist Organization of America, the committee headed by Mr. Frisch comprises in its membership outstanding Zionists with a wealth of experience in leading the membership efforts in their respective communities. LOCAL FISHING ORDER OFFICIALS RE-ELECTED All officers of Anglers, Inc., local organization responsible for the annual Miami Metropolitan fishing tournaments, were reelected at the annual election of the organization Monday night at the Rod and Reel club. It was the seventh time H. H. Hyman was chosen to head the nonprofit organization. /in of the AAFFSAT Orlando Air Base and Chaplain M. Goldman stationed in St. Petersburg reported on the work of the Jewish chaplain. Reports were rendered by Hon. George Chindahl. mayor of Maitland, Florida, on the work of the Florida Religious Education Association and Rabbi Ernst M. Lorge of the Florida State College Hillel Foundation and Rabbi Amram Prero of the University of Florida Hillel Foundation detailed the work now being done with Jewish students at the Florida colleges. NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS %  cWntificJlT Treated MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION Jnjtitut* of Neuroloor W. MIAMI AVE. at 7t?g t HEADACHE IS SUCH A BIG LITTLE THING W36 Washington Avenue, Miomi Beach. Phone 5-77W One of the Best Restaurants on Miami Beach. Established 4-Year Lease Seats 100 ALL MODERN EQUIPMENT Apply—69136 2051 Everglades Concourse MIAMI BEACH BEFORE TOU BUT LEON ELKIN wit. METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Beat B. %  us—MffMl B. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE CIRTflT rot'RT <>K T11K I1TH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT <>)> Fl.' UII'A. IN AND KUR DADE COUNTY IV CHANCBRT, No. 78706 CHARLES H LL'SCOMB .IK Plaintiff, %* ANNA BUZABETH I.I 8C< I.MK. Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION • Y .V"' ANS 'A BIJZAHETH MJ8' %  Mil. lt., n Ka M sii..,| a .k. New Tork, .ire notified t.. fit.your appearance in the above cause for Divorce on June :. |4S, ,,r : t decree pro .'irxMiii iu i.r entered against vuu DATED April M IMS R U3ATHBRMAN, Clerk (Sean J ULD D *P* Clafk. 4,JO—. 7 H-21-1S. .f/,r,r .'/, U .rfyumtn/ ,tffami/ .?j //a )(,// ven that the inrtrs, K .ie,i desiring to enpra, |„ bualneaa under the fictitious name t II M [im>ARTMKNT STORB, In\". Tg^SJ "*l name with the MAX R s„.^;r UAN "w The United Stakes Gorernmant Having Taken Over Hit PFesent OCtto DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFTICI 311 Llnooka Rd Albion Bid*.. Staswa IN MIAMI BEAOU For th* fleneral A LL SET for a rood full day's work when a nagging headache sneaks up on you. You suffer and so does your work. • Ready for an evening of relaxation and enjoyment — a pesky headache interferes with your fun, rest, enjoyment or relaxation. DR. MILES Anti-Pain Pills usually relieve not only Headache, but Simple Neuralgia, Muscular Pains and Functional Monthly 1'ain.s. Do you use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills? If not why not? You can get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at your drujj store in the regular package for only a penny apiece and in the economy package eves cheaper. Why not get a package today? Your druggist hss them. Read directions and use only ss directed. Your money back if you are mot satisfied. NOTIC roT-r R APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17467—Acts of 19U File A 5746 a Bub" 'fta. li 'i'l, "I** Htaralaada, T*J "L!^' S,ai,'Cf%^ rlda l h# under ."fT" 1 of ld propertr .r_ m ^_* :f 0 7 lln S I • law. the prvp(PSLM PUtl<| Adv.) Dated this 4th day of May 1841 • lark of Circuit Court. t%Sk < B TB HRETT. D Ctrwah court Saal I/T-14-S1-M Return D. Lee Powell To City Council June 1st A Pioneer Miami Beach Business Man iPaid Political ArTertlsmDti


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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 21, 1943

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOLUME 16No. 21
TBub Ji&wiislh VmSffiy
fit
TO HOLD ELECTION
FOR DELEGATESTtt
MEETING JOLT 1ST
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1943
The election committee of
twenty-five delegates who are in
charge of arrangements for the
selection of delegates to the
American Jewish Conference are
preparing necessary details in
this regard.
Co-conveners in charge of pre-
liminary arrangements and named
by the national group, are Harry
Simonhoff, Stanley C. Myers, and
Mrs. Ann Meyers. At a meet-
ing of this committee, Sunday,
June 13 at 4 o'clock was set as
the date for the election and Beth
David Talmud Torah as the place.
Elected to serve as chairman
of the committee was Harry Si-
monhoff. with Mrs. Jennie Rot-
fort as secretary, and Mrs. Moses
Krieger as treasurer.
Outlying communities including
Palm Beach were added to this
district which will be entitled to
two delegates to the conference
scheduled for July 1st at an un-
announced place.
The agenda of the American
Jewish Conference reads as fol-
lows:
1 Action on problems relating
to the rights and status of Jews
in the post-war world, to be con-
sidered and recommended;
2 To implement such action
with due consideration of the
Jewish rights in .Palestine;
3. To elect a committee to car-
ry out the program of the Amer-
ican Jewish Conference in close
cooperation with representatives
ol Jews throughout the world.
WELFARE BOARD WILL
NAME MEETING DATE
The Jewish Welfare Bureau
win shortly announce the date
or its annual meeting at which
time directors to fill existing va-
cancies will be selected.
Attention is called to the
change in regulations regarding
membership to the Bureau. This
regulation includes as members
any Jewish resident who signi-
fies an interest in the Bureau and
its activities. This intention may
be made in writing to the office
of the Bureau or to a present
member. Members registering
now will be eligible to vote in
the coming election.
PLJNSllfLLEO
FOR ANNUAL MEET
ATD.O.T. REQUEST
u r a d p absentee voting for
MLHiIu election under way
Miami Beach voters who ex-
pect to be out of the city on elec-
tion day, June 1, were casting
their absentee ballots with City
Clerk C. W. Tomlinson at city
hall. The election law does not
permit the mailing of ballots
from qualified voters out of the
city but will accept ballots cast
here by the voter from through
May 29, last week-day before
election.
more than
NO. 3 RATION BOOKS
TO BE MAILED JUNE 20
Around 330,000 No. 3 ration
<-"oks will be distributed to per-
sons m the Greater Miami area
within the next 30 days. Start-
' Thursday postmen began
'wing at each household and
apartment application blanks
*nidi are to be mailed by each
PPHcant to the address shown
"" the blank.
Starting about June 20 the No.
J books will be delivered by mail
" applicants. Dade county ra-
loii board appealed to all holders
I r .J and No- 2 books to make
>ure they receive an application.
" "J any chance one is not deliv-
,?lan applicant may obtain one
u the general delivery window
0! the postoffice.
Plans have been cancelled for
the annual meetings of the Na-
tional Conference of Jewish So-
cial Welfare, the National Asso-
ciation of Jewish Center Work-
ers and the National Council for
Jewish Education, which had
been scheduled to take place in
Cleveland from May 28-31, it
was announced this week.
A joint statement issued by the
presidents of the three organiza-
tions declared that the confer-
ences had been called off in re-
sponse to a request by the Office
of Defense Transportation, which
had asked that all national meet-
ings be suspended for the dura-
tion in order to conserve trans-
portation facilities for war-con-
nected purposes.
Notifications have been sent
to the memberships of all three
organizations, the statement said.
It was signed by Louis Kraft, act-
ing president of the National
Conference of Jewish Social Wel-
fare; Ben Fox. president of the
National Association of Jewish
Center Workers; and Samuel
Blumenfield, president of the Na-
tional Council for Jewish Educa-
tion.
A gathering of
600 were present to hear Dr. Lud-
wig Lewisohn, author and lect-
urer, speak on the Zionist move-
ment, last Sunday evening at
Temple Israel. The meeting was
the occasion of the annual gather-
ing of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and the speaker was
presented under the auspices of'
the Miami Zionist District.
Election of officers of Federa-
tion took place with all select-
ions unanimous. The officers
were: Sam Blank, president;
Jacob Sher, Mitchell Wolfson,
Carl Weinkle, Dr. Frank Coret
Iftfe'i^ftffiSW d SSftft -The
Josenh R T2j ..?. 5- dominated Rumanian government
'sSSfev C Mvers w 'J? has notlfk'd Jt'wish >*aders ^
'honorary presSm "" mad, the Jew.sh population of Ru-
j f iwnn, | mania must may a special levy of
4.000.000.000 lei approximately
$28.000,000to the government
by September 1, 1943, or face
mass deportation to Transnistria,
according to reports received here
this week.
The ultimatum to the Jewish
RUMANIAN JEWS
MOST PIT SPECIAL
LEVY OF MILLIONS
_____________PRICE TEN CENTS
UP HONORS ARE
AWARDED THREE
UNIVERSITY GIRLS
The National Farm School,
recognized throughout the
country for its progressive de-
velopment in the agricultural
field, is offering through the
Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation a scholarship to a Jew-
ish student who is interested in
preparing himself for a career
in the agricultural field. The
scholarship includes tuition and
maintenance.
Residents of this area who
are interested or have knowl-
edge of an individual who is
interested are asked to contact
Federation offices. Congress
Building, phone 3-5411.
REFUGEE GAVEBAF
IDEA OF BUSTING
London (WNS)A well known
I German-Jewish physician, driven
out of Germany and now practic-
ing in London, gave the Royal
Air Force the idea of bombing
the Moehne and Edcr dams, key
DUTCH CHARGES NAZIS
WITH USE POISON GAS
London (WNS)The Nether-
lands Govcrnmont-in-exile this ; water power pIants in thc Ruhr
week formally accused Nazi oc- the London press reported this
leaders was delivered by Radu
Lecca. violently anti Semetic
Commissar for Jewish Affairs,
who warned the especially sum-
moned prominent Jews that the
money must be raised in full by
the designated date.
Failure of any of the estimated
240,000 Jews still alive in Ru-
mania to contribute to the special
tax will result in their immediate
deportation, together with their
families, to Transnistria. where
thousands of Jews have died
within the last two years of
starvation, epidemics and brutal
treatment by Nazi and Rumanian
troops. Lecca was reported as
saying that even "half-Aryans"
will be subject to the $28,000,000
levy.
The possibility of the Ruman-
ian Jews raising so large a sum
was regarded as very remote in
view of the fact that the over-
whelming majority of Jews have
been ousted from their jobs, pro-
fessions and businesses by
stringent anti-Jewish laws.
JEWISH POPULATION IN
EUROPE REDUCED 50%
week formally accused Nazi oc- the London press reported this "^T~D uu .
cupation authorities in Holland week The name of the refugee London (WNS)Rabbi Irving
with using poison gas to kill physician cannot be disclosed i[Miller of Queens, N. Y., now in
Dutch Jews rounded up for de-
portation "to unknown destina-
tions." The exiled Dutch gov-
ernment based its charges on
reports received through relia-
ble underground channels.
Dutch underground news- ,
papers reported this week that passed o
76-year-old Chief Rabbi J. Vred-1 where it
enburg of Amsterdam has died. | thanks.
The Chief Rabbi, who assisted in | Following the successful R. A.
F. blasting of the dams, the Jew-
ish physician told Bettany: "I
am delighted with this wonderful
physician cannot be disclosed ""'"* u',".">
since he still has relatives in Ger-1 ih,s country on a special mission
manv !for tne American and World
many. i-~- .--- ------------- .
Guy Bettay, former Reuters IJew'sh Congress, estimated this
correspondent in Berlin, report-
ed here that the suggestion to
blast the vital dams was made to
him by the refugee and was later
passed on to the Air Ministry
was received with
the evacuation of undernourish-
ed German, Austrian and Bel-
gian children to Holland during
World War I, was an officer in
the Order of Orange-Nassau.
NRS OBTAINS RELEASE
OF JEWISH INTERNEES
week that the Jewish population
of Nazi-dominated Europe has
been reduced from 8.250,000 in
1939, when the war started, to
4,500,000 with at least 2.000.-
000 dead.
Rabbi Miller, who has been
conferring with officials of the
various governments-in-exile
here quoted Charles de Gaulle,
am aeiigmea wun mis wonaenui Fighting French leader, as saying
news and feel that I have con- that anti-Semitism in France was
tributed in a small way to the linked to "Vichy demagoguery"
victory of the Allies by my sug- and that Jews in post-war
gestion." 'France would have "absolute
Highest honors for outstand-
ing achievement were recently
three local students at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Naomi Grossman, who will re-
ceive a Liberal Arts degree from
the University Monday, and
Renee Greenfield, a junior, were
among nine tapped to Nu Kappa
Tau, women's honorary fratern-
ity. Selection is annually based
on scholarship and extracurric-
ular activity.
Third honor, editorship of the
Hurricane, student weekly news-
paper, went to Rita Grossman.
Naomi, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, has at-
tended the University for four
years during which time she has
been chosen for membership in
Who's Who in American Co>-
leges and Universities, History
Honors society. Freshmen Hon-
ors society, English Honors soci-
iety, and Lead and Ink, honorary
I journalism fraternity. She has
been president of the Panhellenic
society, secretary of Delta Phi
Epsilon social sorority, and has
been affiliated with student pub-
lications and other organizations.
. Her father is executive secretary
of the Y. M. H. A.
Renee, another Miami girl, is
active in the University drama
department, having played in
"She Stoops to Conquer" and
other productions. Her plav,
"The Fledgling." was produced at
the school last spring. Under the
Stage name of "Judith Morley"
she appeared in summer stock.
In addition to her dramatic ac-
tivity, Renee is president of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi social sorority,
past president of the Radio club.
member <>f Freshman honors and
Snarks. honorary writers' group,
and is listed in Who's Who in
American Colleges and Univer-
sities.
Rita. Naomi's sister, is a soph-
"iiioiv at the University. She
was copy editor, then managing
editor of the Hurricane before
she received her appointment as
editor-in-chief last week. She is
also school editor of the Ibis,
student yearbook, a member of
Freshman Honors society, Lead
and Ink, Pledge Mother of Delta
Phi Epsilon social sorority, and
official representative from the
University to the Florida Inter-
collegiate Press Association.
Stating that war production in
Germany would be crippled by
the bombing of the dams, the
-. ,f, ....... ..,..,....,) A.. .1.... IUL.
equality."
High-ranking officials of the
exiled Belgian, Yugoslavian and
STANLEY C. MYERS
Of SU" Honorary President
'deration at Annual Meeting
internment as enemy aliens un- many, Berlin and the Baltic and
der an arrangement between our providing water and power for
government and several South large numbers of Germany's in-
and Central American nations, -
it was announced this week by
the National Refugee Service.
dustrial plants. It will be a crip-
pling blow to Germany's war
production."
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
TO SPEAK ON RADIO HOUR
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff speaks
over WQAM Sunday morning at
9:15 on the topic "Festivals." The
program is under the auspices of
the Rabbinical Association.
SAM BLANK
Elected to Lead Federation
For Ensuing Year



PAGE TWO
iJewlsi)Tkxjdtoin
FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1943
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
J. W. V. AUXILIARY
Saturday, May 22nd. is desig-
nated as Victory Day by the La-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Sunday morning, May 23rd at
10 o'clock. Religious School clos-
iiaieu as viiiuij ua) vj *>>- *-- iu unum, nu6vuo ._.....------
dies Auxiliary of the Jewish War ing exercises of Temple Israel.
Veterans. American flags will, Presentation of a program of class
be pinned on by members of this : reports by representatives of the
organization, assisted by the, various classes and awards of
daughters, and the junior groups j certificates of merit, and attend-
affiliated with the B'nai B'rith. ancc prizes are on the program.
the proceeds of which will go
into a Hospital Fund for all ser-
vice men.
The organization has
The annual confirmation of the
Temple Israel Sunday School will
take place Friday evening. May
28. with a class of 28 boys and
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
New members added to the Sis-
terhood board ol: Beth Shoom
Center include: Mrs. M, Fri d-
berg. Mrs. Henry Schmerin. Mrs.
Mona Altman. Mrs. Morns -
rell, Mrs. Henrietta Berger, and
Mrs J. M. Scheaffer.
At the meeting of the board 01
directors of Beth Sholom I nit. i
held at the Center on Wednesdaj
evening, several plans for enlarg-
ing the present quarters of H'^
Sholom Center were discussed
and the board authorized its com-
mittee to proceed with the re-
modeling work to add to the seat-
ing capacity of the synagogue
for the High Holy Days and for
the coming season.
The Sisterhood of Both Sholom
Center will hold a lawn party
for the benefit of their soldiers
fund, at the home of Mrs. A.
Frankel. 1910 Bay Drive. Nor-
ARBETER RING
August Claessens acting Na-
t.onal Secretary of the Sooal
Democratic Federation U.B. A.
of which Mayor Jasper McLevy
o Bridgeport. Ct.. is Nahonal
Chairman; will lecture again on
Fridav May 21st. at K:30 p. m.
, the Workmens Circle Ly-
ceum, 25 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach. Friday he will
soeak <>n "The Jew and the
World Crisis.'' The topic for
Sunday is "Freedom from Want,
The American. British and Ca-
nadian Plans for Social Security.
Mr Claessens was a member of
the New York State Legislature,
1918. 1919, 1920. 1922. He is an
instructor at the Rand School or
Social Science in New York City
and a teacher for several A. F. of
L and C. I. O. Unions; author of
many books and a State execu-
tive member of the American
Labor Party. New York.
ORTHODOX CONG.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Sister
hood is sponsoring a card and
bingo party Sunday, May 23rd ',.
the Y. M. H. A., 1567 S W 5th
St.. at 8 p. m. Mrs. A. I Orlan
sky is chairman assisted by Mrv
Joe Zalis. Mrs. Pearl Redmond
and Mrs. L. Katz. The public k
cordially invited and those in
uniforms are admitted free
uieu i.uMi.L.1.. o..v pleas- tnc confirmants' addresses which
ore. by way of stationery, pen- | wj|j present the commandments
cils. razor blades, cigars, reading as a 10 pomt program for tomor-
BEACH ZIONIST
point progr
row's better world. This year's
class includes Lee Benjamin. Be-
atrice R. Beckwitt. Janet F. Cliff.
Sonya B. Comander. William H.
Cohen. Barbara A. Firestone. Jo-
hanna S. Frank, Marjone J. Ger-
stein. Suzanne R. Gillette. Isa-
- belle L. Levy. Sheila Lewis. Sam
The present B'nai B'rith Girl Luby. Jr.. David N. Lutsky Bev-
pledgcs became official members erly J. Marx. Morton S. Miller.
of the Junior Auxiliary of B'nai Shirley F. Richter. Jobe H-1"*^ irMwln Bronner"who
B'rith last Tuesday evening when Rilwe, Dons L. Rceeirthal. Rose- memory o Marvm B nn,r^
materiel, games, fruit, music,
sports equipment, etc In one
instance, they completely fur-
nished and equipped two sun
porches.
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS
K. Greenberg, Mrs. H. Schmerin,
Mrs. R. Tobin, and Mrs. M. Zin-
namon.
The regular membership meet-
ing of the Beach Zionist District
was held at the Jewish Commun-
ity Center Wednesday evening,
May 19. A resolution was pre-
sented far the planting of a
grove of 1000 trees in Palestine in
B'rith last Tuesday evemng when Kltwe, UonaIU ^ "|ra the first of its members to
their sister members held a buf- mond F Rubin,Pearl NJSapero. resolution was
fet supper at the home of their Enid I. Silvern. Marcella J
sponsor. Mrs. Sam Silver. The Schechter, Geraldine L. Slepian.
new members are Sarah Rose Sanford M. Sprint/. Marshall I.
Schwartz. Shirley Ross, and Na- Stem. Norman R Steuer. Philip
talie Hoffman.
This affair climaxed six months
of the presidency of Berniee Ba-
danes Their program included
distribution of New Year's bask-
ets; annual banquet: a visit to
Cardiac Home; participation in
T. Weinstein, Babette F. Wolfe
CARDIAC HOME
Charles S. Tobin. founder and
past pn "f the National
iffian WReue1*a^raMMoth Cardis Home has
er's Day program. lf,h term M
president of the home.
Election was held recently at
the 0l Mr. and Mr.-. A.
Frank. 1. 1910 Bay Drive. Other
officers : vere: Mrs. Oscar
Frankel. first vice president:
Harry Saffi r, second vice presi-
dent; A .1 Tobin, third vice pres-
nt; Mrs, Joseph Williamson,
iry; M: s, S Ros-
enberg, tary;
.1 ;. : W 1 rer; J<>-
A Bermai tant ti
s, finan-

The 1 ted at 4
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It is the
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THRILLING
RACES NIGHTLY
pass away. The resolution was
adopted and plans to implement
it were given consideration. The
district itself contributed 100
trees towards this grove. Confi-
dence was expressed that the pro-
ject would lie quickly achieved
and supported. 350 were pledged.
BETH IACOB
Beth Jacob Congregation Sun-
day School will have its closing
session Sunday morning with a
special program. The public is
invited and refreshments will be
served.
TARBUTH
The Tarbuth Hebrew Speaking
Society will meet Sunday after-
noon at 3 o'clock at the hoi: i
Mr. and Mr> P. Puchkoff, 1130
s W 9th Si Miami. The group
will observe Lag Homer Speak-
'. ill include Mr. Puchkoff, I)
in, A. Frledlander, and
Rabl i Coin an A. Zwitmai
v War Bonds and Stamps to
help | Democi .icy.
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. Past line I.
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Mlistiu 25c *
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V'St* St'Mt Ittattt K E 2il aid H 7th .
MIAMI MIZRACHI
The Miami Mizrachi Organiza-
tion will meet T u May 25.
8 p. m. at ti,. Miami J< wish Or-
x C ngri gation, 590 S W
17th Avi
vital im] e to the present
and future of Jews in Europe and
Palestine as well as the program
and activities of the organization
will be discussed.
R. W. "Bob"
RALSTON
HAS SERVED YOU AS YOUR
COUNCILMAN FOR
OVER 10 YEARS
In the interest of continued
good government for Miami
Beach we urge you to sup-
port and vote to
"Re-elect" Bob Ralston to City
Council at the Election June 1st
(Paid Political Advertisement by Friends of Bob Ralston)
TOWER
THEATRE
a. W. ITH 8T. AT 1Bth AVB.
OPEN AT 1:46 P. M.
Friday and Matinee Only
Saturday, May 21-2*2
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Starts SaL at 4:30 P. M and
Sun. Thru Tues., May 22-25
IN TECHNICOLOR
"The
Desperadoes"
WITH
RANDOLPH SCOTT
CLAIRE TREVOR
GLENN FORD
EVELYN ANKER
EDGAR BUCHANAN
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
A combined meeting of Congre-
gation Schaarei Zedek and La-
dies Auxiliary will be held Tues-
day evening. May 25th at the syn-
agogue. The meeting will be
jointly presided over by Nat
BlumberK and Mrs. Ida Buck-
stein, respective presidents of the
organizations.
M. B. MIZRACHI
Miami Beach Chapter"of~the
Mizrachi Organization of Amer-
ica will hold a Lag B'omer lun-
cheon at the Beth Jacob Congre
gation. 311 Washington Ave
from 12 noon to 2 p. m. The hon-
orary president, Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, will install all the
new officers and Cantor Maurice
Mamches will entertain.
New officers of the women's
division are: Mrs. J. Brenner
president; Mrs. P. Chill, vice
I president; Mrs. A. Berger, vice
president Mrs. A. Adhfrblum
1 treasurer; Mrs. J. Kirshbaum, re
cording secretary; Mrs. F. kal
stein, financial secretary; Mrs S
M. Grundwerg, publicity chair
lady. Officers in the men's di
j vision are: Rabbi Uri Felshin
president; M. Vanger, vice-presi
dent; and I. Miller, treasurer.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
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Upholstery. Slip Corar a4
Drapery Shops
Complete Line of ExcIusIts
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Hanson Roofing Co.
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL
CONTRACTORS
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414 S. W. 22nd AVENUE
Burton Bernard. 16 year old
member of the Granite City, 111.,
chapter of Aloph Zadik Aleph.
B'nai B'rith youth organization,
who won first place and a $4,000
scholarship in the national ora-
tory contest of the American
Legion.
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FRIDAY. MAY 21. 1943
-Jewish florid ten
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. William Mechlo-
witz announce the marriage of
their daughter, Hannah, to Mich-
ael Hinden in New York. The
wedding took place May 4th and
the couple will reside in Schenec-
tady.
Mrs. J. Engler and daughters,
Molly and Ida, entertained Mon-
day evening in her honor, and a
group of friends entertained
Tuesday at Burdine's. Mrs. Hin-
den is leaving Friday to join her
husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel K. Good-
man of Aiken, S. C, announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Hazel Goodman, to Lt. Ir-
ving Ginsburg, U. S. M. A. C. of
Miami, Florida, which took place
Sunday afternoon, May 9th at the
home of the bride's uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stein, of
Atlanta, Ga. Rabbi H. H. Ep-
stein officiated in the presence
of the family and close friends.
Out of town guests included
Mrs S. Goodman, mother of the
bride and Mrs. Harry Surasky of
Aiken, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Ginsburg, parents of the groom,
and Miss Paula Ginsburg of Mi-
ami; Mrs. Joe Goldstein, of Ga-
lax, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. I. Gins-
burg, Miss Bernice Ginsburg and
Mrs. Bon Arnold of Columbus,
S. C; Mr. and Mrs. Al Goodman
of Charlotte. N. C. Lt. and Mrs.
Ginsburg are visiting Mr. and
Mrs George Chertkof. of Miami,
sister and brother-in-law of the
groom, while Lt. Ginsburg is sta-
tioned temporarily in Opa Locka.
wjmii.a,
o'.3 o'clock at Congregation
Schaare, Zedek. 1545 vHS
and $&5*&\ Wl11 be Hel
Mr Smu Mlril/er- bridesmaids;
ti^Mu,ny Schulman
OuY7f and matrn of honor
Out-of-town guests here for the
occasion include Mrs. Miller and
s1stegrhoefr,hHClfnHMay- mot"er Sd
Bister of the bride, and Mrs. Bern-
stein, grandmother of the briTe
A reception will follow the cere-'
mony in the Congregation No
invitations will be issued and rel
atives and friends are invited
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Fields
announce the recent marriage of
\uZ d,aUgLtCr' Miss Jt'an Gold-
stein to Murray Deblineer of
Brooklyn N. Y *The e'w^edsf
are residing at the Park Cres-
cent Hotel, N. Y. C. They are
vacationing at present at the
home of the bride's sister. Mrs
Lawrence Gilbert. 428 W. 43rd
ot., Miami Beach.
PAGE THRO!
NOTICE!
To all registered Miami
Beach voters who expect
lo leave town before elec-
tion June 1st:Go lo City
Hall and do your duty by
VOTING your absentee
ballots, which you are
privileged to do.
CEREMONIALS
Yesterday afternoon, at the St
Francis hospital, Rabbi S. M*
Machtei officiated at the Brith
Milah of the son of Sgt. and Mrs.
Ted Pmes, of 1035 Pennsylvania
avenue, Miami Beach.
PERSONALS
ENGAGEMENT
Mrs. Bessie August announces
the wedding of her daughter,
Sara, to Mr. Louis Satz, Sunday,
May 23rd, at the home of the
bride"s uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs. Michael August. 447 S. W.
28th Road. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate The maid of hon-
or will be Miss Jessica August.
A reception will follow. The cau-
ple an- going to New York on
their horn oon and then will
reside in Philadelphia, Pa.
A party honoring Miss Evelyn
Kae Auslander, daughter of Mr
e in .- Samuel Auslander. 2431
S. W. 16th Ct.. will be given by
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and I
Mrs. Max Halpern of 556 N. E I
57th St., Sunday, May 23. at 8
I p. m., at which time announce- i
I ment will be made of her ap-'
proaching marriage to Robert I j
Schwartz. The groom-to-be is
formerly of Long Island, N. Y.
and Miami, and is now engaged
in the Merchant Marine as a Ra-
dio Officer. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz of
Long Island.
Miss Auslander is a graduate
of Miami Senior High School and
was awarded the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women's scholar-
ship to the University of Miami
where she majored in educational
dramatics and became a member
of Theta Phi National honorary
fraternity. She is also a former
student of Mrs. Wm. V. Little and
a teacher of civics and vocation-
al guidance at Citrus Grove Jun-
ior High School.
. Ml an i Mrs. Morris Miller of
Chicago announce the marriage
<' then daughter, Dorothy, to
Ml Hi rn in Mintzer, son of Mr.
x Mintzer, 1901 S.
The ceremony with
n April officiating
BAR MITZVAH
At regular Sabbath services at
8:30 a. m. at Beth David. How-
ard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Phillips, and Herbert, the son of
. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Qersky, will
_" taKe P'ace Sunday afternoon become bar mitzvah.
OLD SARATOGA INN
Dinners From 5 o'Cjbck Sundays From Noon
'Cocktail Lounge ... Fine Liquors and Wines
raiE BUS M FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS M 71 FROM MIAMI BEACH
Mrs. Morris Plant, newly elect-
ed member of the executive
board of the National Federation
of Temple Sisterhoods, and local
community leader, has left for the
Worth to visit her son, Theodore
S; H,ant- who is graduating at
Harvard University, and is enter-
ing into Naval training at Notre
Dame. Mrs. Plant is spending a
few weeks with her son prior
to his entrance into naval train-
ing, and she will be joined in
i. VS by her ch'ldren. First
Lt. and Mrs. Alfred L. Plant and
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Plant.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman
entertained at dinner Sunday
evening in honor of Dr. Ludwig
Lewisohn. Among those present
were Mrs. Ethel Shochet. Miss
Kachel Adelman, Mrs. Hy Cover-
man and Miss Evelyn Blustein.
Mrs. Anna Berger, 1234 S W
4th St., left Monday for Starke,'
Florida, to spend a week with
her husband, A. Berger.
Mrs. H. H. Miller, 1781 S. W
23rd St., has left for a few weeks
visit in Chicago. She will also
visit her daughter and son-in-
law Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fein
in Cincinnati.
Mrs. Sam Blank returned to the
city this week after spending
. some time in the north.
Returning to the city from
i New York this week is Stuart
Gordon.
Mrs. Matilda Ratner is a pa-
tient at Jackson Memorial hos-
pital.
Harry Gordon, associated with
the Gordon Funeral Home re-
turned to the city after ;mi ex-
tended trip to California
2
BEING CARED FOR
By RESIDENT HERE
For the past two years. Albert
H. Pollack, 7737 N. E. 8th Ave-
nue, Miami, has been caring for
two Anti-Nazi German children
in England through the Foster
Parents' Plan for War Children,
it was announced yesterday by
Mrs. Edna Blue, Plan executive
chairman. American headquart-
er5 ,of~the Plan are at 53 West
42nd Street, New York City.
The children are Arno Graff,
10 year old boy. and Liselotte
Lachotsky. 8 year old girl.
Arno's father, an anti-Nazi
journalist, was thrown into a
concentration camp when the
Nazis came to power. In 1936
when he was released, the familv
fled to Czechoslovakia. Hitler's
storm troopers followed the fam-
ily after Munich and once again
they were forced to flee, this
time to England.
When the war broke, all aliens
were interned. Arno's parents
among them. The boy was placed
in the Foster Plan colony but the
family was reunited when his
parents were released by the Brit-
ish authorities.
Liselotte fled from Naziland to
Czechoslovakia, then to Poland.
Her father remained in Norway
her mother in Sweden, but the
child reached England. She went
through the raids in London be-
fore finding her way to the sanc-
tuary of the Foster Parents Plan
colonies, where she is safe and
well cared for at the present time.
Forty-one colonies are operat-
ed in England by the Plan at the
present time in England.
The projects which the Plan
operates in England include the
following: The J. B. Priestly
Nurseries, Herefordshire. Eng-
land; the Hampstead Nurseries
directed by Miss Anna Freud"
and Mrs. Dorothv Tiffany Bur-
lingham; the Children's Sanctu-
ary, Leeds, the Camp Projects
under the direction of the Nation-
al Camps Cooperation. Limited;
the Resident Colony for Child-
ly:,. Stoke Newington, and the
harm Colony. Market Rasen.
On receipt of an application,
the foster pannt receives as soon
Dssil li a photograph and
briel history of the child, and
pays $15 per month for tin sup-
port of the child.
An Internationa] committee
composed of the Earl of Lisot-
well, the Viscount Cecil of Chel-
[wood, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt,
Helen Hayes, Russell Maguire,
and Dudley Fitts, are sponsoring,
the work of the Foster Parents'
Plan for War Children.
More than 20,000 children of
the United Nations have been
helped by the Foster Parents'
Plan since its inception, six years
ago.
K. OF P. LODGE NO. 170
TO START FUND DRIVE
Knights of Pythias Lodge N.
170, Miami Beach, will launch a
drive marking its first anniver-
sary Monday, to raise $5,000 by
July 5 for mobile equipment in
war relief work.
Sol P. Malter is chairman. As-
sistants are Joseph Steinberg, Ja-
cob W. Imberman, Sidney Ben-
son, Joseph Marcus, Harold Wof-
sy, K. Murray Kaye and Jack
Warshell. Imberman is lodge
chancellor and Steinberg is sec-
retary.
NEW OFFICERS NAMED
FOR TEMPLE ISRAEL
Officers of Temple Israel eject-
ed last Wednesday evening are:
Leonard Epstein, president; Her-
man Wall, vice-president; Harry
Nevins, treasurer; Harold B.
Spaet, secretary; Benjamin H.
Slote, financial secretary. Dir-
ectors are: Monte Selig, Harry
Boyell, Samuel Katz, Joseph R.
Stein, Herbert A. Simon. Jules
Perlman. Max Orovitz, Adolph
Wertheimer, and Norman A.
Rossman..
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
Carl M. loeb, Jr. Named Head of
JWB War Emergency Campaign
i
"A Business Man
For A Business Job"
IF YOU REALLY WANT:
LOWER TAXES
LOWER INSURANCE RATES ON
YOUR PROPERTY
A CITY HOSPITAL OPEN AND
SERVING THE SICK
FAIR AND IMPARTIAL ZONING
A FAIR CIVIL SERVICE ACT
A COUNCILMAN WHO IS IN TOWN AND ACCESSIBLE
WHEN YOU AND THE CITY NEED HIM
On June first at Miami Beach
ELECT
Chas. S. Tobin
To City Council
(Paid Political Arvertliiement)
r \i >n it
Funeral Chap of
:008 H. FLAGICR ST.
A.'.iVJLANCE A AfiAJ
service 9-1004
Ctrl M. Loeb, Jr., N. Y., prominenl in
communal activities, ha* been named
Chairman of the War Emergent) Cam.
paipn of the National Jewiih Welfare
Hoard. Announcement to thii effect
j- made hv Frank L. Weil, President
of the National Jewish Welfare Hoard
and Walter Kothrhild, Chairman of its
Army and Navy Committee.
Election June 1, 1943 I
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
ISM N. W. 7th St. ph. 8.730t
Beat car* for chronic alck, conva-
leaeant and elderly people
$25 WEEKLY UP
Large Beautiful Groundi^
Your rote and support
will secure the services
of a man who has the
qualifications to give
the citizens of Miami
Beach an honest and
able business admin-
istration.
RALPH POLE
CANDIDATE FOR
CITYCOUNCIL
MIAMI BEACH
(Pd Pollllcal Adv.)


PAGE FOUR
Jewlst)fhrMIM
FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1943
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY.
IYAR 16. 5703
VOLUME 16
MAY 21. 1943
NUMBER 21
THE I. W. B. ELECTION
The Jewish Welfare Bureau is now near-
inq the occasion of its annual election. Timber
will be added to the board of directors and fol-
lowing its organization will choose officers.
A nominating committee is now in the midst
of delving into the community's roster to offer
to the Bureau's membership at the annual
meeting recommendations to fill these posi-
tions. Additional nominations can be made
from the floor.
Criticism both helpful and otherwise in
nature has been voiced with regard to the
bureau, its officers and management. Now is
the time to use the colloquial, for all good peo-
ple who are interested, dissatisfied, or with
ideas for improvement, to register their inten-
tions of interest and membership in the Bu-
reau. Then follow with participation in the
forthcoming selection of the board.
RESISTANCE IN WARSAW
The heroic resistance of the Jewish men,
women and children of the Warsaw ghetto,
many of them fighting with their bare hands,
others with arms smuggled into the ghetto
by the Polish underground, to Nazi extermina-
VAL C. CLEARY
Mayor Val C. Cleary. Miami
Beach's only chief mcvlfol
elected both by .popular and
councilmanic vote, is a candidate,
for re-election to the city coun-
cil on June 1.
Having served as a city official
for more than 13 years. Mayor
Cleary has participated with the
other councilmen in Miami
Beach's rise to fame as a resort
for world travelers and as Amer-
ica's fastest growing municipality
as shown by the new federal cen-
sus and municipal building rec-
ords.
Under a functioning city man-
ager form of government. Miami
Beach has been pointed out as an
efficiently operated municipality
by other city officials in the na-
tion. ,,
Since Pearl Harbor, Mayor
Cleary with his fellow council
tion squads has been "liquidated according
to the secret Polish radio station SWII. ine
bitter, uneven battle, which raged for more
than two weeks, has been an inspiration to all
the occupied peoples of Hitler's Europe.
Though the Allied world has yet to do its
part in Rescuing the millions of ^unforUmate men JjJ C M-nagr aaud^A.
Jews in occupied Europe, the relative handful dieted ecocide*, reduced tax-
of remaining Warsaw Jews gave the world a es jncrcased city employees' sal-
thrillinq demonstration of courage and forti-1 arics and formulated a 10-year
tude. It may be assumed that the overwhelm- post-war program for further rriu-
ing majorit/of those gallon, Warsaw Jews i^^Sm,{ STSS
are now dead; their action, however, will live | purposc Mayor Cleary said,
forever in the hearts of patriotic Polish people, j Retired from business Mayor
The battle started on the first day of Pass- Cleary devt his ftilJ time to
over. Nazi troops, armed with tanks and or- \*^ &StfZ&&
mored cars, invaded the ghetto to carry out nt. nas Krcetcd professional lead-
orders to "liquidate" the remaining ghetto pop- Crs, federal and Pan American
ulation. They encountered stubborn resist-, diplomats.
ance from Jews, untrained and unequipped, I "I would rather serve Miami
u i j j 1- u. .u ...Cii ; Beach than any other city in
who preferred to die fighting than to submit Am(.nca ne safd. -1 cnjoy in-
to further Nazi humiliations and persecutions. in(, ncn, and making friends for
Their sacrifice must not be in vain. The free Miami Beachday or night."
peoples of the world must recognize their debt
to the jews of Warsaw by rescuing those Jews
who are still alive in occupied Europe and who
can still be saved.
BERMUDA TALKS
ME 10 BE AIRED
ill PARLIAMENT
the necessity of reviving public ^ ing troop and supply vessels
interest in the rescue of the should be used for transportation
helpless refugees from Hitlerism.
The members of Parliament,
included Colonel Victor Cazalet should
and Miss Eleanor Rathbone, sub-
mitted a 10-point rescue program
to the British Government for
immediate consideration:
Irrespective of measures which
other nations may take with re-
gard t" rescuing Nazi victims,
the British Government should
de- adopt the most generous policy
London (WNSIRenewed
mands for immediate United Na- in helping people from Nazi-held
lions action to save the estimat- territories to find asylum in free
ed 5.000,000 Jews still in Nazi- countries.
dominated Europe were expri The British authorities must
ed by liberal members of Parli- revise the existing visa regula-
ament this week following the tions in order to (liable more re-
announcement that the results fugees from Nazi Europe to en-
and recommendations of the re- ter the country
of refugees.
Temporary camps for refugees
>e established m Pales-
tine, irrespective of the Pales-
tine immigration quota. The se-
lection and tiansportation of the
4.000 Jewish children and 500
adults from Bulgaria to Palestine
Should be speeded up.
An exchange of interned Axis
sympathizers for Jews living in
Axis countries should be ar-
ranged.
The arrangements which have
been reached with Bulgaria and
Hungary with regard to emigra-
tion of Jews from these countries
should be extended to other sat-
ellite countries.
RALPH POLE
Ralph Pole. Justice of the
Peace, Miami Beach, is a can-
I didate for election to the Miami
Beach council in the coming pri-
! maries. Judge Pole has been a
: resident of Miami Beach for 16
years, coming here from Phila-
delphia, and served as Judge of
Miami Beach Municipal Court
before seeking election as Justice
of the Peace in 1932. He bases
his qualifications for election on
his political and civic record.
Judge Pole resides with his wife
I at their home at 1337 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach. Fla.
CHARLES S. TOBIN
Charles S. Tobin. prominent
Miami Beach insurance agency
president, was the first candidate
to formally qualify for city coun-
cil election to be held on June
1st. The petition was filed with
cent Anglo-American refugee
conference in Bermuda will be
debated in the House of C
mons
Anticipating little tangible res-
cue action from the Bermuda
parley, a group of British Parlia-
mentarians, speaking at a pn
Camps to provide temporary
heltei : r< fugees escaping
i be stabli
in North and East Afi ica, Cyprus
and the Isle ol Man.
Ni utral count) ies must be en-
couraged to admit m
Gei n-oc-
The United Nations should ap- City Clerk C. W. Tomlinson,
conference under the auspices of cupi W( II ai from
Nazi-dominated Ian
Neutral ships as well as return-
;i National Committee for th(
Rest i of Nazi Victims, stn
YOUR WAR BOND DOLLARS
WILL BRING VICTORY
but
Perhaps you can't serve on the firing line
every American can join the buying line. You
can do your part on the Home Front by regular
purchase of War Bonds out of current income.
AiE I niHUAl
a Hiyh Commissioner to
Visit neutral and Allied coun-
tries to negotiate for the maxi-
mum il 'II of n fug(
The British government should
I lish a new central authority
m England to deal with refugee
01 k.
To spur public demands for ac-
tion to save Jews in the occu-
countries, the National C
nnttee for the Rescue of Nazi
Victims has printed two and a
half million copies of a pamphlet
entitled: Rescue the Perishing
a summary of the position re-
garding Nazi massacres of Jew-
ish and other victims and propos-
als for their rescue."
"The cast' of one innocent Jew-
ish
Born in Providence. H. I., in
1902. Tobin came to Dade county
in 191H. and has livid lure gin< e
that tune He is married and
has two sons, Mickey, 12. and
David. 15, both of whom attend
Miami Beach high school.
Tobin entered the insurant
business in 1921 and now is in his
twenty-second year in that line.
He is president of the firm of
Tobin & Baker. Inc.. in the Mer-
cantile National Bank building,
handling general insurance.
He has been widely active in
numerous civic and fraternal or-
ganizations, such as Miami Beach
Elks and Civic League. He is a
32nd degree Mason, a Shriner.
and is chairman of the board of
yMnfA
t MIAMI
S-Ttt>%& MSB Cenler-41st stre*
"' -founder and is presi-
ence, "now millions of
Jews are perish me, "
confer-
mnocent
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
REMOVES OFFICES
A SAVINGS INSTITUTION-
RESOURCES OVER
$6,000,000
J. M. LIPTON, President
45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
Marx Feinberg announces the
rcmyal of his law offices from
916 Olympia Building to 829 In-
graham Building, telephone 3-
Buy War Savings Bonds.
ROBERT W. RALSTON
nfR,llbortu.W' Ralston, a resident
} Jy.lam area for 30 years
and of Miami Beach for 19 years
is a candidate for re-election!
He has served four terms for a
total of eight years as council-
man. He is a realtor and devel-
iwh *reas includ'ng Golden
Beach and a number of smaller
subdivisions.
His platform is brief. "It is
the same platform I had when I
waS elected and that is to serve
all sections and interests in Mi-
ami Beach impartially and with
equal fairness, m endeavor to
oppose tax increases and ex-
penditures other than to provide
proper facilities and protection
tor the citizens of Miami Beach "
He was rounder and is
dent of the National Children's
Cardiac Home, which maintains
a home in Miami for children af-
flicted with rheumatic fever and
rheumatic heart disease. It is
the only institution of its kind
in the south. In addition to the
care of children, the Home has
an active research laboratory and
staff.
For two years Tobin served as
a director of the Miami Beach
Apartment Association and was
active in behalf of the apartment
men in many endeavors.
D. LEE POWEH
D Lee Powell will participate
in the forthcoming Miami Beach
election as a candidate to suc-
ceed himself as member of the
city council.
A member of the governing
body by virtue of appointment
last July.
,OT j,s a long time resident
of Miami Beach, a member of the
^Zv.l L' L Powe11 & Son",
which has operated there for the
past 20 years.
He is a native of Ashland Va
and was educated in Brooklyn
public schools. Powell is a di-
nfR F u the ^iami Beach Board
of Realtors and a member of the
Miami Beach Elks' lodge.
MITCHELL WOLFSON
Mitchell Wolfson, present Mi
ami Beach Councilman and a
candidate for re-election in th.
coming primary Tuesday, is J.'
owner oi the Wometco Thcatr*
chain operating in this area anri
has been active in civic and com-
munal circles.
Originally from Key West hP
is one of two Jews in the South
Florida area that have been aD
pointed as lieutenant colonels
and aides on the personal staff of
Governor Spessard Holland.
He is on the council of the An
ti-Defamation League, a member
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau
B'nai B'nth, a director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa
tion, member of Temple Israel
Jewish Committee Round Table
Conference of Christians and
Jews, on the President's list of
the Zionist Organization, life
member of the Young Men's He-
brew Association, and treasurer
of the Dade County Community
Chest. *
Wolfson is conducting his cam-
paign on the basis of his record
of the past years on the city
council. During his terms of of-
fice he has been active in pro-
viding more adequate parking
spaces and has been a vigorous
protector of the Miami Beach
Public School System in addition
to other numerous improvements
At the council meeting last
Wednesday he introduced a re-
solution which was unanimously
passed authorizing a delegation
from the city of Miami Beach to
ascertain the true status of the
Army situation in Miami Beach.
This was introduced to enable
hotel owners and business men
to gage their future activities.
Many luncheons and gatherings
have been tendered in futherance
of his re-election all well attend-
ed. His appearance has been en-
thusiastically received.
BENJ. E. "BRONSTON
Benjamin E. Bropston. promin-
ent Miami Beach realtor is wag-
ing an active campaign to gain
election to the council.
Bronston a newcomer in polit-
ics is a highly successful busi-
ness man. He has engaged in
real estate brokerage here for a
number of years. He has ot-
fues at the 605 Lincoln road
building.
Although Bronston has not en-
gaged in politics, he has been
active in community matters of-
ten taking time from his own
business to render services of
public benefit. He served as
president of Federation for two
terms and was this week ap-
pointed to the Board of the Com-
munity Chest. He represents
the Jewish phase of the activities
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews
Bronston stressed the need for
application of business principles
to the municipal governmental
affairs.
"By careful planning we can
eliminate the ills that will I
us as well as the many wasteful
practices of government. We
must plan now to meet condi-
tions when the servicemen re-
turn to their peacetime pursuits.
He emphasized the need of a
Pan-American center and Miami
Beach convention hall.
JOHN H. LEVI
Councilman John H. Levi. who
witnessed Miami Beach grow
from out of the bay bottom ana
led in its rise to resort fame as
America's fastest growing mu-
nicipality, is a candidate for re-
election to the Miami Beach
City Council on June 1.
It was John Levi who interest-
ed Carl G. Fisher to come here
and invest more than $10,000,000
in developing the nations weii-
known playground. Since'rV.
became a councilman in 1918. ne
has been known for his frank-
ness, sense of humor and love ror
his adopted home. .
He has served as president oi
the city council for 15 years ana
as mayor-chairman for tour
V PAT'S
A strong advocate of sound bus-
iness in government, zoning pro
tection for residential areas ana
increased park and playgrouna
facilities, John Levi pointed w
his past record when asked wnai
his future platform would be.
"Miami Beach to me UinWJ*
than a city," he said. Every
square inch of it is as dear to me
as the home in which I live.
have voted and will continue
vote against anything I believe
detrimental to Miami Beach, cv
ery inch of which I know from
the bay bottom to the talies'
building."


FRIDAY. MAY 21, 1943
+Jewist> fhrkHan
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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
ii1r, Buclid Ave.. Miami Beach
ABRAHAM D. WOLF. Cantor
Friday, May 21, 8 p. m.. Con-
firmation of Sunday School
class, 1943-5703. Rabbi Colman
A Zwitman, Temple Israel, will
he cuest speaker. His topic will
be 'Our Pledge On This Day."
Confirmed will be Ellen Bern-
stein. Mollie Diamond, Marvin
Frankel, Barbara Ann Frumkes,
Mclvin Frumkes, Shirley Ger-
stcin, Rosalind Gerstein, Gloria
Gottfried, Adele Lifter, Francine
Shorofsky, and Marilyn Siegel.
The Sisterhood with the mothers
of the confirmants have arranged
a very fine musical program in
addition to refreshments.
President Samuel Friedland
will present each confirmant with
a certificate of graduation and
the president of the Sisterhood
will present each confirmant a
fine Bible.
Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor,
and the Center choir will conduct
the musical services.
Sunday services 9 a. m. Satur-
day Shalosh Seudes 6:45 p. m.
Refreshments and community
singing. Daily services mornings
and evenings.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
r,jr. N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos, 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m., Rabbi H. M.
Kagan. preaching.
Daily service morning and eve-
ning. ______
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N K. 19th St.. Miami
COI.MAM A. ZWITMAN. Kubbl
RABHI JACOB H. KAPLAN. I'h.D
Rabbi KmerltUH
Friday. 8:15 p. m.: Guest Speak-
er. Rev R. Wiley Scott. Dr. Kap-
lan conducting the services.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wah Av and 3rd St.. Miami B*JM h
MOPES Mi:S"-HKI/f>FF. Ilabbl
MAI'RK'K MAMCHKS, \uitar
Saturday, 9 a. m. services:
Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff: "The
Earth Shall Rest." Cantor Mau-
rice Afamches chanting. Early
Sabbath services, 7 a. m. Sab-
bath afternoon: Rabbi Meschel-
off discoursing. Servicemen's
Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel
Schafron.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
7fi flat St.. Miami Rearh
B M MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.. service:
Rabbi S M. Machtei: "The Lib-
1 rty Bell Inscription." Social pc-
Saturday. 930 a. m.. service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching
on weekly portion. Mincha 7
P- m. Service men's Se'udah
s.is 7:15 p. m.. Chaplain Har-
old H Gordon presiding.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
1 4\m..w r,i St Miami
- SIM'IV APRIL. Rabbi
Services: Friday. 6:00 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April:
Religious Aspect of Economic
Life.
Shalosh Sudos, 6:05 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
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Friday, 7 p. m.: Kabbalas Sha-
dos service.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
o:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOJC
,08S5!L5l RACKOVSKY. Rabbi
L.BW1B ORBKN, Sexton
_ Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky, conducting and ad-
dressing the congregation Satur-
day morning on "Safety."
Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m
Rabbi Rackovsky: "Your Home."
Mishnah and Jewish Laws and
Customs group meets daily at
7:15 and 7:50 p. m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Ave.
Ft. I^auderdale. Fla.
Reform Synagogue serving Hollywood,
Ft. iji'ni.TilHie and Broward County
BAMUBL HAI.KVI KARON. Rabbi
Services: Friday, 8 p. m.
Religious School: Sunday, 10
a. m.
Sisterhood business meeting.
Monday, 8 p. m.
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Servicemen's Center
eanteen, Wednesday. 6 to 11 d. m.
CORRECTION
WARSAW GHETTO IS
DESTROYED BY NAZIS
London (WNS)The heroic
resistance of the last 35.000 Jews
in Warsaw, fighting with arms
supplied by the Polish under-
ground movement against Nazi
tanks and armored cars, has end-
ed and the ghetto has been de-
stroyed, according to reports re-
ceived here this week by the ex-
iled Polish government.
News of the end of the battle
which raged in the Warsaw ghet-
to since the first day of Pass-
over was broadcast by the secret
Polish radio SWIT which ap-
pealed to Poles in the Warsaw
area to aid those Jews who were
able to escape from the blazing
ghetto.
Nazi troops destroyed 200
houses in the ghetto during the
fighting. Several members of
the ghetto's Jewish Council,
seized by the Nazis as hostages
at the start of the battle, were
executed and their bodies thrown
on a refuse heap. They included
Gustave Wilikowski, Maximill-
iam Litchenbaum, Alfred Steg-
man, and Szereszewski.
The reports said that more
than 60 Nazis were killed during
the battle.
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NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
We call to the attention of our
readers an error appearing in
these columns last week which
stated that Miss Margery Novak
of Miami Beach was the fiance of
Herbert Litt, service man who
was killed on maneuvers. We are
informed that this information
was incorrect.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late Chas.
Greenberg was held Sunday, May
16th in the Jewish section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Rabbi
Max Shapiro of Beth David Con-
gregation officiated. Arrange-
ments were in charge of Sidney
Palmer of the Miami Monument
Company.
New York (WNS)The Amer-
ican officer to whom Major Gen-
eral Fritz Krause, artillery com-
mander of the Africa Corps in
Tunisia, and one of the 18 Axis
generals captured by the Allies
in the North African campaign
surrendered, was Lieut. Albert
Klein, a 23-year-old Jewish boy
from Waukegan, 111., it was
learned this week.
Lieut. Klein, who is married
and has been in the army for two
years, delivered the "uncondit-
ional surrender" ultimatum to
the Bizeretc headquarters of
Gen. Krause and gave the Nazi
commander 20 minutes to make
up his mind whether to surrend-
er or continue fighting. Gen.
Krause chose to surrender.
Before bringing his prize pack-
age to Major General Omar N.
Bradley, commander of the vic-
torious American troops, Lieut.
Klein questioned the Nazi gen-
eral.
Have you nought your De-
fense Bonds yetT
Y. M. H. A. To Hbto Diamond-
ball Team
In response to many inquiries,
Frank Rose, chairman of the
Athletic Committee, advised that
the Y. M. H. A. will definitely
have a diamondball team this
summer and that the team will
be in one of the leagues in Dade
county.
For the past three weeks, prac-
tice has been held every Sunday
morning at Riverside Field at
10:30 o'clock. Out of those who
have appeared a team will be se-
lected Inter-mural games are
held every Sunday and all those
who are interested, are asked to
come out to play. Even if you
are not planning to join the team
diamondball is a very fine sport
and you can have a great deal of
fun. The following persons have
been coming out regularly every
Sunday morning: Walter Rawl-
son. Sam Wieder. Reuben Clein,
Max Levine, Irving Wambe. Jo-
seph Bermann, Herman Waits-
man, Al Reisman, Al Berftowitz,
Ed Van Damm, Irving Poj^. Bob
Miller. Ben Kovensky. Bi,^i Lu-
bel, Milton Friedman, Sam Bram-
bier. Ronnie Pallot. Sid Cans.
Ralph Gitlin. Harold Berkowitz,
Al Weiner, Gilbert Feuer. Eman-
uel Lubel. Herbert Kaslick. Reu-
ben Lubel. Bernard Saffer and
Frank Rose.
Boy Scouts to Hold Court of
Honor at "Y"
Representatives of the entire
Boy Scout organization of Dade
Countv met at the Y. M. H. A.
last Monday night at the regular
monthly Honor Award meeting.
Over two hundred Scouts and
about twenty-five adult leaders
were present. This is the sec-
ond time within a period of a few
months that such a meeting was
hold at the "Y." Leaders of the
Scout movement of Dade Countv
have acknowledged that the "Y"
has the best facilities for Scout-
ing in this area.
Home Camp
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, announces that applica-
tions will be accepted for coun-
sellors for the Y. M. H. A. Home
Camp which opens June 14. Pref-
erence will be given to high
school graduatesboys and girls.
Apply to Mr. Grossman at once.
We must impress upon the gen-
eral public the necessity of reg-
istering immediately. Because of
war time restrictions the enroll-
ment will be limited and no stu-
dents will be accepted after the
enrollment closes. Register at
the "Y" at once.
American Red Cross
With American Red Cross gar-
ment production steadily increas-
ing at the "Y," Mrs. Adolph Ad-
ler has just been named super-
visor together with Mrs. Dave
Kleber and Mrs. Herman Barnett
who have held this volunteer re-
sponsibility since the inception
of the sewing center on March 1,
1943. This sewing center is open
Monday through Thursday from
12:00 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. How-
ever, to meet large quota of gar-
ments placed upon our local Red
Cross Chapter, many more vol-
unteer workers are required, and
your cooperation toward this
worthy cause will be appreci-
ated.
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for speedy re-
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days.
2.Efficient repre-
sentation o n
the proposed
Greater Miami
Port Authority.
3.Miami Beach
Joining in
establishing a
Pan American
Center.
4.Rightful repre-
sentation on the
Dade County
Commission.
5.Building a Con-
vention Hall
and Auditor-
ium in Miami
Beach.
6.A d d i t i o n a 1
Parks and Mu-
nicipal Bathing
Beaches.
7.A d e q u a t
water and sew-
erage facilities.
8.Enforcement of
all ordinances
keeping Miami
Beach free of
rackets, q^u polities!
9.Continued im-
provements for
city beauufica-
tion.
10."An on the Job
Council pre-
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any emergen-
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T PHINEAS J. BOON.
IN THE MAIL BOX
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Pro-
Did you read about the interesting tests conducted by
lessor Howard H. Harlan of the University of Alabama? .
Professor Harlan asked the students in his college classes about
their attitude toward Jewsand here are a few of the many inter- i.
Stjafl results as presented by Alexander Lerin in the latest issue k for $25.00 to help a worthy
of The Jewish Snprtatnr Tt wmc tnr,A K,a wnmn -i,;k,.,j *"" ll" *" r.....__
Mr. Nathan Adelman. President.
Zionist Organization of America.
Miami. Florida.
Dear Mr. Adelman:
Even though I am, and have
been, a member of the Zionist
Organization for some time. 1
was so inspired by Dr. Ludwig
Lewisohn's splendid talk last
night I am sending along my
of The Jewish Spectator ... It was found that women exhibited
less anti-Jewish prejudice than their male fellow-students .
Boys and girls from small towns turned out to be less prejudiced
than those from large cities Those whose parents are in the
upper brackets displayed "significantly" more prejudice than
those in the lower income group And close or intimate friend-
ships with individual Jews have as their result less prejudice
against the group as a whole The more intimate the contact,
the less the prejudice.
RUSSIAN INTERLUDE
Solomon Mikhoels. actor and director of the Moscow Jewish
Theatre, will be a member of the Soviet Jewish delegation now
en route to the U. S. Mikhoels is an honored artist of the
USSR and a recipient of the Order of Lenin. Russia's highest |
award "Write a personal letter to a Russian friend" is the |
call sent out by the Jewish Council for Russian Relief, which has
undertaken to arrange for half a million such letters to be sent :
to the USSR Just to remind you that refugees are nothing '
new in Jewish life, let us point out that the one and only Sophie
Tucker was born in the steerage of a steamer that was carrying
her parents from the pogroms of Csarist Russia to the peace and
opportunity of America.
THIS AND THAT
Congratulations to the editors of the special edition of The
Shofar put out for men in the armed fd*ces The Shofar. you
remember, is the official organ of the/.. Z. A., the B'nai B'rith
youth organization Editorially and"-.*chnically the paper is a
first-class professional job. and could J^JW as a model for many
another organizational journal Corporal David Rose of the
Army Air Force Signal Corps is the star of a new Victor record
album of eight Academy-Award-winning-songs. just out .
Called "Film Favorites." the album shows the composer-band-
leader in all his versatility Scheduled for a six months' tour
of overseas bases is Chief Petty Officer Artie Shaw of the U. S.
Navy Going with him. of course, is the Navy band he organ-
ized last year Down on Second Avenue they squelch indis-
criminate blabbing with the admonition: "Loose schmus can
cook your goose!"
PATRONESSES OF MUSIC
Mrs. Charles S. Guggenheimer. chairman in charge of the
Stadium Concerts New Yorkers enjoy on summer evenings, has
to give a great deal of time and effort each year to obtain funds to
cover the deficit inevitable because of the Stadium's low-price
policy, but this year her job is even bigger than usualfor the
stage, destroyed by lightning last year, must be entirely rebuilt
before the concert season opens next month We are indebted
to Stanley Garten for the information that Mrs. Rachelle Garbat
of New York is without doubt one of the outstanding patronesses
of Jewish musical genius Credit is due Mrs. Garbat for mak-
ing possible the musical education of pianist Mischa Levitsky
and violinist Max Rosen And it was she who interested Henry
Goodman in giving Yehudi Menuhin his famous Stradivarius .
Mrs. Garbat is a daughter of the late Abraham Lubarsky. a weal
thy tea merchant of oid Russia who gave huge sums for the re-
vival of the Hebrew language.
ABOUT PEOPLE
That was a fine human gesture on the part of Dr. Weizmann
when he sent a public message of condolence to the widow of
Dr. Chaim Zhitlawsky. who had long been his political oppon-
ent .. Weizmann paid tribute to Zhitlowsky as "a great fiqhter :
for the cause of our national freedom" and referred to him as "a
inous mind and a profound philosopher" .
cause. 1 shall also endeavor to
obtain a few new members.
With best wishes, sincerely.
SAM BLANK
Dear Mr Blank:
It was most gratifying to re-
ceive your kind letter and con-
tribution of $25.00. It is gestures
of this kind that encourage one
to continue work already begun
for a cause most worthy in our
lives.
With Zions Greetings.
N. Adelman
| Y. M. H. A. COMMITTEE
REPORTS ON OFFICERS
A nominating committee head-
ed by Isaac Levin presented rec-
ommendations to the annual
nomination meeting of the Y. M.
H. A. Wednesday evening. Nom-
inations made from the floor in
addition revealed the following
list: Unanimous, Leo Ackernian,
president; Leon Lieberman, sec-
retary: George Goldberg, treas-
urer. For vice-president, George
Chertkof and Herman Waitsman;
director for three years: Philip
Berkowitz, Jack Apte. Frank
Hose. George Rachlin. Murray
Apte. and Jules Wilson. Nom-
inated to the board for one year:
W. D Singer, Max Silver, Isaac-
Levin, Jack August, Dave Brown.
D. C. Willner. George Rachlin,
Murry Apte, Jules Wilson. Bern-
ard Sterling. Herman Waitsman,
and S. B. Miller.
Boston (WNS)Warning Hit-
ler and his Axis cohorts that they
will be held to strict account for
their bloody crimes, Secretary of
the Navy Frank Knox this week
told the Massachusetts Commit-
tee Conference of Christians and
Jews that "we shall not forget
the massacre of the Jews."
"I think I speak for the out-
raged peoples of the world, and
in no spirit of vengeance, when I
say to you who are guilty that
there will be a strict accounting
for your bloody crimes against
the philosophy of charity and hu-
manity which is the basis of ev-
ery great religion," Mr. Knox
said,
rape
, oi'^ank'in'g. "I'M *
forget the massacre of tt not
And the perpetrators of earheWs
abomination will be noted n**
record." nottd n the
It makes little differed Mld:
ad in the foxhole 2 *
ridden island in the Dfever"
whether the boy next tV, K- ,cific
he wants of him bcSSS A"
good markmanship. jtV? m
ter of slight consequence .n'1-
officer on the bridge whatS.*
gun is manned by mnTher a
ship God In a cKPcTfeSf
ant church or in a Jewish^
gogue. All he wants ofhg^
courage and perfect u-am^i"
Stating th/'-phony^SS^
fensives will only cause u. .
take greater heart," Mr Kn^
warned the Axis leaders fe
will not obtain by diplomatic T
phcty what you have been un"
able to achieve by brute f^'
For us. there can be no, obSE
words than 'unconditKna? *"
render.
Htf-
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREFT
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX. Rpr*Mnta1iv
JEWISH MEMBER OF POLISH
NATL. COUNCIL DIES AT 49
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London (WNS)Polish and
Jewish leaders paid high tribute
this week to Samuel Zygelbojm,
Jewish member of the Polish Na-
tional Council who was credited
with organizing a Jewish under-
ground movement in Nazi-occu-
pied Poland, who died here al
. of 4!)
Mr, Zygelbojm, who. with Dr.
Ilgnacy Schwartzbart, represented
the Jews in the exiled Polish
' ouncil, escaped from Poland
hile the Nazis w i re s< arching
me of the organizers
or the I'n ish undi 11 roui d n ovi
mi nt,
1 ne report receivi d hi i
frii of Mr. Zj
I lhal the P
I i immitted sui-
f'' r receh that his
' r had been killed
' U N i; :. Polan I i
Pfc. Joseph Schrebnick, son of
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, 414 8th
St., was graduated from the Army
Air Force clerical school in Los
Angles and will serve as staff
assistant to tin- operations of-
ficer of the base to which he will
be assigned.
Beth El Sisterhood sponsored
a card party Thursday night at
Sher Memorial Hall with Mr.
Shocoff, hostess
Funeral service for William N.
Morse. 63 of 420 Jessamine St.,
who died Friday morning, were
held Sunday at 2 P. M. at Fer-
guson's Chapel, Dr. Carl N. Her-
man of Beth Israel Temple of-
ficiated. Burial was at Wood-
lawn Cemetary. Pall bearers
were Jack Ready, Bennie B. Gor-
don, Max Lee, Joe Lesser, Isaac
Abrams, Abe Kerman, Harry
Halpern, San Feldman.
Rabbi Greenstein gave a re-
port of the conference of the Flo-
rida State Rabbinical Association
at Orlando at the FridVy^vS
services at Beth E. gonXg
B'nai B'rith Auxiliary met at
the home of the new pr,.s,dem
Mrs. Louis Hyman, 1801 S Olive
Ave., Tuesday night. There was
a large attendance. Yearly n-
ports were given.
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NAZI HUNT FOR JEWS IN
HOLLAND IS CONTINUING
London (WNS)- The hunt foi
Ji ws continues unabated in Nazi-
"pied Holland, according to
an authentic report received this
week by Aneta news agency
Hun.in ,ls of Jews in Amsterdam
were dragged from their hoi
rhe arrested included Jews mar-
ried to gentiles. For such cou-
ples a new cam,, w.,s established
at Mocom. administered by elite
guards.
"Their treatment there chal-
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COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEO. M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
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OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, Chairman
MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chr.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, See.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mrs. Walter Bronatoa
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Maurice Grossman
Louis Heiman
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Morris Klass
Mrs. Murry Koven
Harry Markowitz
Nat Roth
Milton Sirkin
Joseph Stein
Mrs. Herbert Wallas*
Carl Weinkle
about dui ears
WILLIAM LEVITT, son of Mrs.
Sonia Levitt, and the late Louis
Levitt, has been promoted to ma-
jor and is on the headquarters
staff of his engineering outfit
in Hawaii, according to word re-
ceived here.
STANLEY KOLBER, of 1244
Pennsylvania Avt, Miami Beach,
,s in Miami on a seven-day fur-
lough before reporting for officer
candidate school in North Caro-
lina. A former Miami Senior
High and University of Miami
student, he was promoted to
corporal last week at Camp
Hahn, Cal., where he was sta-
tioned with an anti-aircraft unit.
GERSON BLATT, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Blatt, 3425 Frow
Ave., Coconut Grove, is continu-
ing his training in the Army Air
Forces at Santa Anna, Cal. where
he was appointed chairman of
the honor corps. He is a graduate
of the University of Florida law
school.
MURRAY KALISH, 1731 S. W.
11th St., has been commissioned
a second lieutenant in the Coast
Artillery Corps after completing
the officer candidate school in
anti-aircraft artillery at Camp
Davis, N. C. After visiting his
brother and sister-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Kalish, he will
depart tor Camp Edwards, Mass.
His basic training at Kearns,
Utah, completed. CORP. LEON-
ARD J. OXENBERG. former
University of Miami student, has
started his laboratory training
at the General hospital. Spring-
field, Me Corp. Oxenberg's par-
ent* Mr and Mrs. Edward Oxcn-
"' ":>:; S W. 17th Ave.. ex-
i'1 leave this week to visit
BIIB
S SGT. BERNARD KURLAND.
a graduate of the University of
: nved in. Miami Satur-
f to : ml a furlough with his
T"!h 537 N. W. 47th Terrace. He is
stationed at an Army air base at
Ypsilanti, Mich., as physical edu-
cation instructor. He graduated
at Miami Beach as a non-com-
missioned officer.
Recently commissioned second
lieutenants in the Marine Corps
are IRVING M. GINSBURG and
NAT GLOGOWSKI. jr., both of
Miami. Lt. Ginsburg, whose par>
ents live at 300 S. W. 8th Ave.,
won his Navy wings and commis-
sion after completing the pre-
scribed fright training at Pensa-
cola. He was married in Atlanta
two weeks ago and honeymooned
here.
Having been designated a nav-
al aviator, Lt. Ginsburg will go
on active duty at Opa Locka. one
of the Navy's air operational
training centers before being as-
signed to a combat zone.
Lt. Glogowski will undergo the
final phases of the officers' train-
ing course at Quantico, Va., before
taking to the field.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nat Glogowski. His wife. Mrs.
Myrtle Elizabeth Glogowski, lives
at 3880 Irvineton Ave. He is a
graduate of Miami University.
AVIATION CADET MARTIN
LEVINE, 23, son of William G.
Levine, master mechanic at
Brookley Field, Ala., and Mrs.
Robert Krims, 1568 Drexel Ave.,
Miami Beach, is finishing his ca-
det training at the Army Air
Forces Advanced Flying school at
Lawrenceville. 111.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High school, he attended the Uni-
versity of Florida two years. Up-
on graduation in June, he will re-
ceive his silver wings and a com-
mission as second lieutenant in
the AAF.
A brother. ARTHUR LEVINE.
graduate of Miami Beach High
school, is a fireman 1/c in the
Navy and is stationed at Norfolk.
PFC. WALTER GRAFENBURG
post photographer, who in civilian
life was a highly skilled commer-
cial photographer in Europe and
later in Miami. Fla.. took the oath
Oi citizenship last week in the
chambers of Federal Judge Phil-
lip L. Sullivan in the old Post
Office Building, Chicago.______
Name ________
Address (Home)
Date of Birth__
Date of Enlistment.
Name of Nearest Relative
Address___________________
Branch of aMarTaf
Service Address___________
TeL No.________________
Relationship
Rank
Outfit-
Promotions, honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other
vents or services:____________--------------------------------------
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:
Rabinowitz, Seymour
Raxin, Arnold
Recksc-n, Harry
Resnick, Harry
Richard, Norman D.
Richman, Benjamin
Richter, Robt.
Riegel, Irving
Rifkin, Jerome
Rogoff, Harold L.
Rose, Joseph Sanford
Rosen, Arnold P.
Rosen, Isidore J. Dr.
Rosen, Samuel
Rosen, Samuel M.
Rosenbaum, James H.
Rosenberg, Charles
Rosenberg, Samuel N.
Rosenblatt, Leonard
Rosenblatt, Milton L.
Rosencrantz, Joseph
Rosenfeld, Daniel M.
Rosenstein, Joseph D.
Rosenthal, Herman
Rosenthal, Irving
Rosenthal, Joel H.
Rosenthal. Val
Rosner, Leopold
Ross, Lester J.
Rotfort, Irving
Rotfort, Louis
Rotfort. Sol
Roth, And-ew
Roth Daniel
Roth, Edward B.
Roth. Julius E.
Rothschild, Martin L.
Ruben, David R.
Rubin, Arnold
Rubin, Irving
Rubin, Irving D.
Rubin, Harold Mandel
Rubin, Joseph H.
Rubin, Joseph
Rubin. Marvin S.
Rudoff, Aaron
Ratter, Sheldon
Rifas, Arthur D.
Richter. Alvin
Rubin, Miss Ruth
Reinhardt, Henry
Raff, Morris
Katner. Stanley I.
Rood, Joseph
Rosenthal, Sandy
Robbins, Nathan
Robbins, Bernard L.
Robbins, Alexander
Robbins, Ralph
A LETTER!
Lt. Ig. Sydney H. Brisker writer to his parents, regular win-
ter visitors to Miami. Typical of Passover spent in new sur-
roundings by thousands of men in service this year, we reprint
this interesting missile.The Editor.
CPL. JEROME H. STEINBERG.
23, of Brooklyn, a prisoner of
war, is interned in an Italian
camp. Although his mother, Mrs.
Jane Steinberg, of 267 Lincoln PL.
hasn't had a letter from Jerome
since last November, she re-
ceived his message of Passover
greeting from prison camp.
U. S. S. Beaumont
c/o Postmaster,
San Francisco, Calif.
April 19. 1943, Passover
Dear Mother and Dad
The ghosts of thousands of
years of Jews were with me to-
nightfrom the first refugees of
the Bible's fascist Pharoh through
two destructions of the Temple
and through ages of wandering
and persecution--they were with
me tonight at the strangest Seder
I've ever had.
In the jungle heat of Guadal-
canal and the torridness of the
African desert, in the biting cold
of Iceland and Alaska and the
foggy dampness of England,
modern Maccabeans in the uni-
forms of their beloved countries
gathered tonight to celebrate the
deliverance of the Jews from the
persecution of an ancient fasc-
ism. The modern parallel is
quite startling at first. It can
be said, without fear of contra-
diction, there are no Jews in the
ranks of the enemy.
When I look back upon all the
Seders I've eaten at, in my own
home with my beloved family,
and in strange cities with friends,
I wonder if I could have ever
dreamed that I might be spend-
ing a Passover on a U. S. war-
ship, bound on a mission of war.
Or perhaps, I should say, a mis-
sion of peace because we are
fighting for the peace for which
each Passover we lift our voices
in prayer.
One enlisted man (ship's cook,
third class) and myself are the
only Jews aboard the Beaumont,
but we decided to spend the
Passover with a Seder, At our
last port of call we obtained two
boxes of matzoh and a hagodah
from the Chaplain. Alcoholic
beverages are prohibited aboard
U. S. men-of-war and grape
juice was unobtainable so we
substituted prune juice for wine.
The Captain said he would co-
operate in every way possible to
help us hold our Seder.
We got two chickens from the
Chief commissary Steward. (I
am the commissary Officer, a
recent appointment, so it was
easily arranged). For bitter herb
we used stalks of Chinese cab-
bage, nuts, apple and honey
made charoseth and for parsley
we used celery tops. The of-
ficer's Steward baked a sponge
cake. Everything else was quite
orthodoxto the salt water and
hard-boiled egg. But lacking
matzoh-meal there were no kna-
dele. That would have been
something to seethe matzoh
balls rolling around with the mo-
tion of the ship.
A bay in the Chief Petty Of-
ficer's quarters was. partitioned
off by hanging two blankets, and
the Seder was set at a table
large enough for eight. Gold-
stein, being a cook, prepared the
meal of chicken noodle soup,
roast chicken, potatoes and peas.
One of the Steward's mates ser-
ved.
We had several guests, the
Pharmacist's mate 1/c, a Protes-
tant, another ship's cook who is a
Catholic, and two Steward's mat-
es who are colored Baptists, as
well as the Officer's Steward.
And to this gathering I related
the story of Passover in English
in answer to the Four Questions
as asked by Goldstein.
The modern parallel was more
startling. When I read "And it
is this same promise which has
been the support of our ancest-
ors and of us too: for at every
time enemies rise against us, to
annihilate us; but the most Holy.
blessed He. hath delivered us out
of their hands" and I could sub-
stitute Hitler for the Assyrian
n who intended to kill every
Jewroot out the whole race.
And I read a prayer, which has
been repeated tor centuries, and
today more loudly than ever
"May He who maketh peace in
His high heavens grant peace on
us, and all Israel, and say ye.
Amen."
But if I was startled by the
modern parallelism it was the
myriad of ghosts of long dead
Jews, visiting me tonight, who
made me feel that this prayer for
peace need not be repeated year
in and year out. We have the
answer in our power now. The
United Nations can make this
Victory one of everlasting Peace
and build a world in which Jews
and Gentile, white and colored
can live in peace, harmony and
securityjust like we of differ-
ent faiths and races sat down at
Seder tonight.
Let us hope the next year we
can celebrate Passover for deliv-
erance of the democratic world
from the barbaric hordes of rac-
ism, and the peace we pray for
will be with us, forever and ever,
amen.
Goodnight, dear parents-God
Bless You
All my love
Sidney.
Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible
Through the Co-Operation of:
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First National Bank Bldg.
Adelman Pipe & Steel Co.
47 N. K. 26th St.
Abe Aronovitz
Miami, Florida
earl's Markets
Miami Miami Saaafe
Coven's Shoe Stores
1 Croraer Wholesale
12 N. B. Third at.
Green Bros.
H N. E. 24th St.
Hub Dry Goods
1* N. a. Miami Ava.
Jack C. Jayson
Miami
Donald LavigneUniforms
114 N. a. aaaand Ava.
Markowitz & Resnick
1215 N. E. Seaond Ava.
Miami Iron & Metal Co.
2481 N. W. 12nd Ava.
Miami Rug Co.
100 a. Miami Ava.
Palmer Funeral Chapel
Mdnay H. Palmar, Raaldant Ownar
Riciter's Jewelry Co., lie.
100 E. Flaglar at.
Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant
170 N. W. Fifth St.
J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins
14ft N. Miami Ava.
Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan
Langford Building
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PAGE EIGHT
+Jewlsi>nt**M*r>
B'nai B'rith &&$ Notes
By Paul Weitxman
Sholem Lodge No. 1024. B'nai munity, Sholem Lodge has ex-
B'rith elected its representatives
who will select two delegates
from this area to the National
Jewish Conference. Details of
the meeting to be held is under
determination by Harry Simon-
hoff, Stanley C. Myers and Anna
Brenner Meyers, convenors and
theirs is the duty to work out the
mechanics of the election which
will result in the naming of two
delegates who will represent
Jewry in Southeastern Florida.
tended the invitation to the con-
vention committee of the State
organization.
District Convention Delegates
Chosen
With the Convention of Dist-
rict Five, B'nai B'rith due to
start on May 29th, 1943, Sholem
Lodge has named its delegates
to the convention to be held in
Asheville. N. C. The delegates
who have already been designa-
B'nai B'rith representatives are: L %l v ?' )5r,,llfmI^"ed-
Louis Hciman. Milton A PrS- SEL& Fi:ank Co*. Isidore
man. Harold Turk. S. B. Miller. *\ttin- Pamv\ B.road- 0 S'
Aaron Edelman. Dr. Alexander ^'dltro"n' Sam"ol,i?ctzug'..S; R
Kushner. Maurice Cr<
'Mi
romer, Er- jrr;,,Hrr.
nest Sussman. Leo Eisenstein,
Sol S. Goldstrom, Carl WeinKlc. .
Isidore Goldstein. Samuel Blank and Harold Turk-
Albert A. Green, Samuel Getzug. Blood Bank Committee
Paul Weitzman, Joseph M. Lip- I Seek Donors
ton and Paul Sobel. Max R. Silver, Miami Chair-
The last meeting of Sholem'man, and Harry Gordon. Miami
Lodge, held at the Miami Beach \ Beach Chairman, are hard at
Jewish Center was marked by a I work seeking blood donors, but
good attendance and animated I the results do not measure up to
participation in discussion, show-1 the efforts expended. If Miami
ing a marked increase of interest | residents would emulate Abe
CONTACT MAINTAINED
WITH MOSCOW JEWRY
The "Union of Russian Jews"
in New York has maintained con-
tact for more than a year with
the Moscow Jewish Community,
transferred at the end of 1941 to
Tashkent, the main evacuation
center in Soviet Russia for over
a million and a half Jewish ref-
ugees from the Ukraine, White
Russia, the Baltic States. Poland.
Bessarabia, Rumania, etc. The
president of the Moscow Jewish
Community, Samuel Chobbrutt-
sky, has established in Tashkent
a special bureau for the search of
relatives among the big mass of
refugees.
In the last few months the Un-
ion of Russian Jews has estab-
lished the whereabouts of more
than four hundred refugee fam-
ilies.
E
MEET III
FRIDAY. MAY 21,
Organized Jewish communities
in Florida represented by their
Rabbis at the sixth annual con-
ference held in Orlando, were
Miami. Miami Beach, Fort Lau-
derdale. West Palm Beach, Tam-
1943
Rabbi Alexander S Ku
of St. Petersburg inLS^'d
Moleh prayer for the in*
dead at special ASffe
aide of President Wikot, /lose
the first World lRtZJSH
the subject. "Convictionwke on
Post-War World." anril r ^
lowed by Professor V?^ fo1'
Clarke who 8keon %2f *<
and Labor." and PrZ Reh'n
Trowbridge of "he DenS Buel
Religion at Rollins S??8E of
"Teaching Religion to J?wife
Christian Students in the'?s*
Classes. The rpii.; anie
muZ ii"f ,resojutions cnm.
pa. Orlando, Gainesville Hillel mittee headed bv BoKk: i.00"1'
Foundation. Jacksonville, Talla- D. Margolis of li* orris
hassee. St Petersburg, and chap- brought in important iSH
lains now stationed at bases in acted on by the rabbis llons
Florida. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan
of Temple Israel, Miami, gave the
conference on "Jewish Unity is
All who wish to n-establish '. Possible,'' which was followed by
contact with their relatives m ;| public open forum at the Ser- Morris A. Skop"of"6rrinrf
Soviet Russia or wish to have in- VK(. Men's Center of Congrega- re-elected as secrettrv tr Waa
Mtion Obev Shalom in Orlando Jacksonville was chosVn fo'tT1'-
Rabbi Jacob H. Kapian
ssLtf v& abb,;hacnJirsi
formation on how best to
filler. George Goldberg, Milton them arc invited to get in touch Rabbis who presented papers at I next conference citv t riedman. Fred Shochet, Max R. with the Union of Russian Jews. | tlu. s,.ssions mcluded Rabbi Her- in October. Cong Ohev fih id
liver. Jack August. Sam Silver 55 West 42 Street, room J 4 New > hvvi Wilner. St. Petersburg; Rab- and B'nai B'rith were h. m
in the problems and activities of
B'nai B'rith. As further evid-
ence of stimulated interest, ten
new members were welcomed in-
to the foldDavid B. Joseph,
Sam Mararos, Harvey Tendler
Harry Diamond, Herman Shaf-
Aronovitz, who literally wears a
track to the Dade County Blood
Bank, and Miami Beach, follow-
ed the lead of Rudy Adler. who
in the past year was a donor nine
times with a total of 4700 c. c's.,
the tasks of the respective chair-
York City (LOngacre 5-1364) for (bi Samuel M. Machtei. Miami;
help and advice. | Rabbi Benjamin C. Eisenbcrg,
-------------------^T. -* Tampa; Rabbi Samuel Halevi
NEW CHAIRMAN OF Baron. Fort Lauderdale; Rabbi
Z/~ H IC aDDOTNTFn Moses Mescheloff, Miami Beach.
. U. A. K^ATrVlWIU/ Following the impressive Memo-
WmhinPton D C The ao- nal Service honoring the mem-
poSSeS^baSelPrischoflS- ory of Rabbi Adolph Burger of
dianapolis, Ind.. as national chair- Rodeph Shalom of Tampa, there
man of the Committee on Mem- as held a panel discussion on
bership and Organization of the 'he work of the chaplains now
Zionist Organization of America. Rationed at Honda encamp-
was announced here this week by nients. Chaplain Pmchos J Cha-
wcre hosts to
ren. Sigmund Eisenberg. George man would be considerably
Pomerantz, Samuel Dreisen. lightened. But some how men
Jacob A. Calmers and Leon I and women are reluctant to be-
Wartz.proof of the fact that I come blood donors, even though
the recent initiation of 170 new there is constant need for blood
m|embers_ in the Anniversary- plasma.
Being a blood donor is one way
almost every individual can help.
And arrangements are made to
cause the least possible incon-
venience to the donor by bring-
ing equipment to centrally locat-
ed points. All a donor need do
is contact either of the chairmen,
or call the B'nai B'rith office,
3-6391, and arrangements will be
made for them.
Class did not exhaust the pane,
of eligible members.
State Convention Invited to
Miami
The State Convention of B'nai
B nth Lodges will be held in
Greater Miami, if the efforts of
Sholem Lodge hear fruit. Ever
alert to foster interest of Greater
Miami in B'nai B'rith. and to
augment business in this com-
BVEItVTHIrVG AS IT SHOULD BE
Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual,
cwupled with our modern facilities and our efficient
aawJ courteous personnel enable us to provide a
faneral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved
ily in every particular.
Ask (oe Mr. Eisenberg
Judge Louis E. Levinthal, presi-
dent of the organization.
Charged with the duty to give
direction and stimulus to the na-
tionwide membership effort of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, the committee headed by Mr.
Frisch comprises in its member-
ship outstanding Zionists with a
wealth of experience in leading
the membership efforts in their
respective communities.
LOCAL FISHING ORDER
OFFICIALS RE-ELECTED
All officers of Anglers, Inc., lo-
cal organization responsible for
the annual Miami Metropolitan
fishing tournaments, were re-
elected at the annual election of
the organization Monday night
at the Rod and Reel club. It
was the seventh time H. H. Hy-
man was chosen to head the non-
profit organization.
/in of the AAFFSAT Orlando Air
Base and Chaplain M. Goldman
stationed in St. Petersburg re-
ported on the work of the Jew-
ish chaplain.
Reports were rendered by Hon.
George Chindahl. mayor of Mait-
land, Florida, on the work of the
Florida Religious Education Asso-
ciation and Rabbi Ernst M. Lorge
of the Florida State College Hil-
lel Foundation and Rabbi Amram
Prero of the University of Florida
Hillel Foundation detailed the
work now being done with Jewish
students at the Florida colleges.
NERVOUS AND MENTAL
DISORDERS
cWntificJlT Treated
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No. 78706
CHARLES H LL'SCOMB .IK
Plaintiff, %* anna BUZABETH
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
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Chapter 17467Acts of 19U
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