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The Jewish Floridian ( June 4, 1943 )

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wJewisti Floridiati jSf BUY COMBINING If/h iP> II go IMV if/^ // / .^.-: v*..> IFWICTORYI i% JLUME 16-No. 23 COMING YtlG J*WiSti Unity 3AA £juxAjt&. VOJLQASJ^ t* MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1943 I VOLUME IX OF in !UST PUBLISHED W York City.—The Jew as a *' %  Hr since the beginning of relOd history, comprehensively i'ltveyed for the first time, con"'' %  %  %  • one of the hundreds of Utl^ptative articles in the ninth %  be of the Universal Jewish —nc %  opedia, just issued, accord%  sn announcement by Rabbi *~*a BLandman, editor-in-chief this ten-volume eoinoendium l English | %  tenth and final volume will appear within a short time. r Olume IX of the Universal JewEncyclopedia is dedicated to "indellihle memory of Louis Brandeis (1856-1941), lllustriI jurist, champion of justice J nd lover of Zion, whose life was an inspiring bl< nil of Americanism and Judaism, and who left an enduring imprint on the social, economic, judicial and spiritual character of America." The earlier volumes were dedicated j George Alexander Kohut. FeI M. Warburg, Louis Marshall, laac Leeser, Isaac M. Wise. Sollon Schechter, Jacob H. Schiff, Kjulius Rosenwald, respectfcninth volume of the Uni%  fcyclopedia comprises i Prom Prosbul, a legal Ktgu rated by the great Speyer (James), Amerfkcr and philanthropist. PRICE TEN CENTS FIRST NON-METHODIST HAS HONOR DEGREE FROM W ESLEY AN UNIV. Bloomington, 111.—Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, received the honorary degree of Doctor of Humanities from Illinois Wesleyan University here last week, the first nonMethodist in the 83-year history of the University to be thus honored. Dr. Sachar received the honorary degree in recognition of the impact made by Hillel Foundation cultural courses among Christian students who have taken Hillel credit courses in Jewish literatura^and history. Historian,lecturer and educator. Dr. Sachar administers the nearly 100 Hillel Foundations and Counselorships through which B'nai B'rith provides a program of religious, cultural and social activity for civilian college students, and new for students in uniform. I. N. H. I. ELECTS OFFICERS flTHEET T Leo Ackerman was chosen president of the Y. M. H. A. at the election Wednesday evening. AltWEEN YOU AND ME Copyright. 1943. (J. T. A.) Junal Notes—We hear that bcutivc committee of the famation League is movChicago to New York, incil of Jewish FederaB Welfare Funds has esa special committee to data and to develop a to assist local Jewish |ties in explaining their to the proverbial man eet ... This has become because of the war-inianges and trends in the [welfare and functional The Jewish Social Ser'au in Pittsburgh has m fee system for its Marpiselling Service The large is one dollar per and a maximum of liars for the total ser%  The fees are adjustable, T and in certain cases are Entirely %  The shortage Bnced personnel is now L a major problem in the •wish community organ. Military service and and mJ&L w 52* ca in G'od luck, good health session Wednesday afternoon, more power to you unanimously named Mitchell Lt Baron doHirsch Meyer eTecUon afma'vor" WSSH Co "lman Wolfson was high election, as mayor. In addition man, receiving 3 290 votes f


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I < PAGE TWO mJtmUii Hcridiiain FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1943 ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES BEACH ZIONIST The formation of a Zionist Youth Commission for this area received the active support of the Beach Zionist District and a contribution of $50.00 towards carrying out its program was made, the Beach district is seeking young men or women with an interest in youth and capable of guiding it towards an appreciation of Palestine as a force in the modern life of Jewry. A teacher's course is being made available to such leaders and there are several groups of boys and girls from 10 to 15 years of age seeking someone to supervise and guide them BETH DAVID SCHAAREI ZEDEK The largest class of confirmants of Beth David will hold confirmation exercises Sunday evening, June 6th. A group of 29 boys and girls will participate in an elaborate ceremony. The confirmants exercises are under the direction of Mrs. Oliphant. Cantor Louis Hayman and the choir are in charge of the musical program. Rabbi Max Shapiro will deliver the charge and offer the blessA gathering of more than 250 were present at the reception tendered to the spiritual leader of Congregation Schaarei ^cdcK and his wife. Rabbi and Mrs. bimon April. The reception was given by the congregation ana auxiliary with Maurice s Mrs. M. Kupferstein assisted by Mrs. B. Sokoloff. Mrs. M. Mintzer and Mrs. TEMPLE ISRAEL ing for each confirmant individ-jMax Jacobskind. In the rcceivually. ing line were Mrs. S. Miller. Mrs. Louis Heiman. superintendent, £ Gold and Mrs. A. Saslow. The of the Sunday School, will pre-, entertainment committee consent nine young men and women with diplomts. The confirmants are Stanley Samuel S. Kershbaum. record-. mg secretary of this organization I Apte. Eli Argintar. Doris Bachsince its inception, was given a man. Roslyn Barco. Blossom Berfarewell party through the efforts nard. Charlotte Blumberg Harof Dr. and Mrs Z. K. Sabshin at'vey Edelstein, Maurice Ehrlich. sisted of Mrs. D. Kleber and Mrs. M. Kostoff, I. W. V. AUXILIARY their home. The occasioh was the regular monthly board meeting of the Beach District. Philip Salmon was designated to take over the duties left by Mr. Kershbaum untU his return some time in the early fall. The meeting decided to present a shelf of Zionist books to the Miami Beach Public Library. Books suitable for this purpose are solicited from the interested public. The president, Shepard Broad, discussed the plan and progress of the sale of trees in the Marvin Bronner grove. Dr. A. M. l.ipkind gave the Jewish National Fund report and spoke on the early history of the Zionist Organization as a world body. Raymond Rubin, Isidor Goldstein, Archie Brick and Isidore Golldberg were added to the ln>ard of directors. Cultural membership meetings and the continuance of all its programs and activities throughout the summer was agreed on hy the directors of the Beach Zionist District. BETH JACOB Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold their annual spring social Monday. June 7. at 1:30 p. m. Carl's Miami Beach Service Men's Center will be the scene of the event located at 1711 Alton Rd. Mah jongg and cards will be enjoyed by those attending and refreshments will be served under the direction of Mrs. Sarah Dorfman, assisted by a committee. Mrs. Benjamin H. London, Sisterhood president, urges all members and friends to attend as the proceeds will bo applied to the Sisterhood Welfare program. Gloria Fox. Louise Gans. Eugene Heiman. Taubie Jacobskind. Doreen Kaler, Robert Katims. Estelle Levy. Yvette Margulies, Jerry Merlin. Rosalyn Morris, Leah Pearlman. Harriet Rand, Jerome Rauzin. Sharon Rossin, Marvin R u b e n s t e i n. Lola Schwartz. Irwin Shargaa, Bcrnice The Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, represented by Kate Marx. Minnie Kline, and Rose Zalis. visited the Pancoast Hotel, now a government hospital, on the Beach, taking ash trays and smoking stands for the convalescing service men there and at the Gulfstream Hospital. For the men in hospitals they are subsSidle. Marion Silverman, Walter [cribing to several magazines, as Traurig. and Jay Washer. Teachwell as furnishing books of favorer's diplomas will be awarded to Eileen Alpert. May Dolsky. David Jacobs. Irene Jacobs. Rosetta Kline. Sonya Margulies. Rosalyn Rabin. Solomon Singer, and Zelda Svman. HADASSAH Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will install officers for the coming season at a luncheon Monday. June 14 at 12:30 P. M. at the Versailles Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Harry Platoff is taking reservations, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin has arranged the program and will serve as toastmistress. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. honorary president, will install the following officers: President. Mrs. Edward I. Lovitz; first vice president. Mrs. Harry Platoff; second vice president, Mrs. Benjamin Myers: third vice president. Mrs. Charles Ratner; recording secretary. Mrs. George Greenspan: correspond inn secretary, Mrs. Samuel Getzug: financial secretary, Mrs. Louis Heiman; treasurer, Mrs. Morris Alpert. A musical and cultural program will follow the luncheon. Reservations may be made by telephoning Mrs. Platoff at 5-0163. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. YOUR WAR BOND DOLLARS WILL BRING VICTORY Perhaps you can't serve on the faring line —but 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. •AM IRIMiltAl. A SAVINGS INSTITUTIONRESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON, President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE ite songs and popular music. Miss Alexander of the Red Cross division assisted in the distribution. MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE The Miami Service League of the Y. M. H. A. requests that all members be present at a regular meeting to be held Monday evening. June 7th, at the Y. M. H. A. Nominations and election of officers will be held. The nominating committee consisting of Mrs. Lillian Friedman, chairman. Mrs. Sara Furman, Mrs. Juliette Stone, Mrs. Sadie Weinberg, and Mrs. Jennie Levinson will present their 'slate. Plans will be completed for an installation luncheon to be held in the near future. BETH SHOLOM Sunday at 7:45 p. m. the confirmation program of Beth Sholom will take place. Confirmants are Eve Naomi Machtei, Myrene Fox. Charles Greenberg, Nelson Kemp, and David Tobin. A reception for guests will follow with mothers of confirmants as hostesses TOWER THEATRE • W'TH ST. AT IHIt AVL OFBN AT 1:4* F. M. Friday and Matinee Only Saturday. June 4-5 "Seven Days Leave" WITH VICTOR MATURE LUCILLE HALL s • • Starts Saturday at 4:30 P. M. and Sunday Through Thursday, June 5-10 For Her Country. She Shared Her Beth ind Apartment with Two Men JEAN ARTHUR JOEL McCREA "The More The Merrier" WITH CHARLES COBURN On Monday noon. June 7th. in Kaplan Hall. Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold its 1943 Donor Luncheon. c ;„ &f „,. Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, Sisterhood president, has announced that the chairman for this event will be Mrs. Harry Nevins. and that an excellent luncheon, as well as a most interesting program, will feature the afternoon. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will give a review of the currently popular •'One World" by Wendell Willkie, and Evelyn Raff, soprano soloist of the Temple Israel choir, will offer a musical program. The committee on reservations is under the chairmanship of Mrs. Harry Nevins and Mrs Sam Zinkow. This affair is the first social event of the Sisterhood under its new administration, which was elected at the May meeting of the organization. The officers include Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. president; Mrs. Morris Plant, first vice president; Mrs. Sam Zinkow, second vice president; Mrs. Frank .Perlman, correipondine secretary; Mrs. Henry Kauffmann, assistant corresponding secretary; Mrs. Janette Jacobs recording secretary; Mrs Sam Luby, financial secretary */. Frank Coret treasurer; Mrs Bw' man Wronker, auditor. The SU terhood directors include Mrs" Leo Ackerman Mrs. J r"' stein. Mrs. Stella Hantman Mk Manuel Joseloff, Mrs. Bern' I n dau, Mrs. L. Lichtenstetter Wr Harry Nevins, Mrs. Henry' Polish, Mrs Louis Strauss arid Mrs Leonard Epstein. b ORTHODOX CONG SISTERHOOD The Miami Jewish Orthodov Sisterhood held a meeting TUPS day evening with Mrs Georee Chertkof as guest speaker. Mn; A. I. Orlansky was elected to represent this body to the American Jewish Conference pi arK are being made for a card party to be held at the home of Mrs R. Sakowitz at 1533 S. W 3rd St., Sunday. June 13. Q On Mission of Mercy Overseas "TO expand Its programs of reller and rehabilitation on behalf of thousands of refugees in Portugal. Spain. Switzerland and North Africa, the Joint Distribution Commit lee, major American agency for ajd to JIMS overseas, has dispatched vhese three noted social workers tbroad. Reading from left to right, 'hey are: Kurt Peiser of Philadelphia. Donald Hurwitz of New Haven, and Mordecal Kessler of New York. Peiser and Hurwitz are en route to North Africa. They will assist local relief committees there In Stcreasing Joint Distribution Ci mitiee aid to refugees now being released from internment and labor camps, and to map civilian aid in Tunisia. Kessler is travelling to Portugal to act as an aide in the rescue of children from Spain and Portugal to the Western Hemisphere, and In the work of providing augmented relief to thousands of persons who escaped to Spain from France. — Pelaer? Hurwlts and Kessler are additions to the overseas stall ot the Joint Distribution Committee. which during 1942 alone appropriated $7,250,000 for Its work et mercy. It plans shortly to send another representative to the Middle East in connection with the rescue ot refugee youngsters and adults from ONM JBBB1 to Palestine. ,-'•'.•'.'.: ;OOB th* Com. Wy HOT. WaOvT •£~t Nab. fronta on a three foot a-tk. T^ **£* U ***otifolly landscaped) Ike 2" i 1 !*** fcwb with BBtomao. town :3 Tour family'M. % eeaetual Care TKla Intunr Lets may Be BBWMBBB l OOco 1014 Orympia Hdg. %41U A YISIT WILL COWTUICB TOO ''3&>$&:.i& $?*%&?*} % %  • %  %  I ^^BBI



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FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1943 f-kwistincrMkui SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS PAGE THREE ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Fineman, 2198 S. W. 17th St., are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Miss Bebe Fineman to Cor P' Geor 8 e Joseph Prusoff, U. S. A. A. F., son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Prusoff, 1687 S. W. 10th street. Both Miss Fineman and Corporal Prusoff attended Miami high school and were graduated from the University of Miami Corporal Prusoff is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. No date has been set for the wedding. WEDDINGS Miss Norma Kupferberg. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Kupferberg of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Pvt. Sigmund Berkowitz were married last week by Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. Pvt. Berkowitz is the son ol the late Judge and Mrs Isaac Berkowitz, formerly of Lakewood, N. J., and winter visitors of Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin. 430 N. E. 20th street, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Ann, to Lt. Maurice Serotta. The ceremony will be performed jointly by Dr Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, and will take place at their home Tuesday, June 8th, at noon. Ruth Wolkowsky will play the piano and Mrs. N. Doug Raff will sing. Immediate members of the families will be present at the ceremony, to be followed by a buffet luncheon. Guests from out of the city expected to attend the wedding include Mrs. William D. Jacobson and Mrs. Isaac Rosenberg, of Baltimore. Maryland, sisters of the bride's mother; Mrs. N. E. Weinstein, Rocky Mount, N C sister of the bride's father; Israel" ^'"'.Kparioke, Va., brother of the brides father. Officer brothers of the bride and groom who will ; 'tend, if leaves are granted them, include Lt. Robert B Levin, stationed at Fort Knox i y-, s.? nd h V Max Serotta and 1*1. SUM Schonberger, stationed fft Camp Blanding, Florida. The bride was graduated last week from the University of Miami, with an A.B. degree She was a member of Nu Kappa Tau highest women's honorary, and editor of this year's Ibis, student yearbook. She attended Miami Beach Senior high school. The groom is a first lieutenant United States Army Air Forces Dental Corps, and is stationed at the Army Air Base in Waycross, c %  .., I? tne son of David berotta of Saratoga Springs. New York. He received both his dental and undergraduate degrees from the University of Illinois, the former in 1942. After the wedding the couple 1 Ieave by car for Waycross, and will take a train from there to New York City and Saratoga Springs, where they will visit the grooms family. After June 21st they will be at home at 604 Hicks street, Waycross. A kitchenware and linen shower for the bride was given on Tuesday. June 1, by Mrs. James B. Law, 1401 S. W. Fifth street. College friends were invited. BAR MITZVAH During the regular services at Beth David this Saturday morn,n K at 9:30. Paul, the son of Mr and Mrs. Wm. Cootner. will beco me b mitzvah. A reception will follow. PERSONALS Mrs !" Ben Silver and daughter, May Ellen. 1740 S. W. 11th St. left Tuesday for Norfolk. Va., Where they will visit Mrs Silvers parents and friends. Mrs. A. J. Tobin left Monday to spend some time in Rochester Minnesota. I am most grateful to trie citizens of Miami Beach for the confidence they have placed in me! MAYOR MITCHELL WOLFSON City of Miami Beach Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and daughter, Sarah Rae, leave today for New York where they will attend the graduation of their son and brother, Howard. He will receive his commission as an ensign in the navy. Nathan Aronovitz, son of Dr and Mrs. S. Aronovitz, was graduated from the University of Florida with honors as a pre-med student. He left last Sunday for New York where he is taking special courses at Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Roth of Miami Beach will leave one day after Shvuos for Nebraska to R^'L W,t u thci f son Dr E dwin Roth who enlisted in government services as P. A. Surgeon and now serves there. After the visit with their son. they will go to Asheville, N. C. and Saratoga Springs for the whole sumFreddie Freeman, son of Dr. ;', Mr fI' Frcema n. has just returned from Gainesville. Fla He will return to his studies there after a two week stay. He is M,''rr ?ra n d u? n of Mr and MrsMorris Dubler. Miss Leona Kumins left this week for a two weeks vacation. She will visit Boston and New York spending her time with relatives and friends. H., M „ r ;, and u M rs Saul Kenholz and i daughter Helene will leave Miami Beach June 7th for New York where they meet another daughter, Roslyn. They will then journey to Saratoga Springs for a short stay and continue to the mountains where they will vaSfh!?"M r u ar i d Mrs Kenholz, while in the North, will celeverea 25th weddin anni _Miss Mona Rubin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rubin. 1324 Lenox avenue has returned to this city for the summer. Miss rife, f f a u Student at the University of Alabama and a member of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. tr M, S i r S Ausla nder and daughters, Evelyn and Muriel, "re leaving for New York, Saturday MT A\ I he y wi 'irst visit Mrs. Auslander's sister in Jacksonville for a few days and then will proceed North where the wedding of Evelyn will take q,mH S ;„ C i ia L Bcrli ner left last Sunday for Mew York for a months Visit with friends and anrI 1 m S Her SOn lcft with "er and upon h ls return will be inducted into the navy Mrs. Waiter Lazarus, who has been residing in Raleigh, N C for the past few months, is here' 3582 h r V paronts M 'and Mr* imi cs ^"'cnwald of 610 S W IOth avenue. JXHZ f J Barad; '* h returned re? rZ t fVOm a two 'months' visit to California. Mrs. John Kronenfeld and inant son. is visiting friends and relatives here. She arrived by Plane from Waco, Texas, where Mr. Kronenfeld is connected with the government. En route here she visited in Atlanta. Dave Emmer spent several days here this week with his family He returned to Norfolk. FORBID CONTRACTS TO FIRMS MAKING QUERY Washington (WNS)—Upon the recommendation of the President's Committee on Fair Employment Practice, the Office of the Provost Marshal-General announced this week that henceforth all war contracts will contain a clause forbidding war plants to make private investigations of the race, color or creed of applicants for employment. The clause was inserted, it was reported, after an investigation showed that a number of large war plants in the New York area were engaging private investigating firms to check on the race color or creed of prospective employees. This practice is in direct violation of the President's Executive Order 8802, which forbids war industries to discriminate in employment because of race, color or creed. DESTROYS UMITV. INI HELPS NAZIS BLOCK LEADERS NOW ASK FOR TYPEWRITERS t A L } he „ first zon e meeting ?l nf d ft ,unt y Defense Council BIOCK Plan leaders in council, headquarters. Central school Monday, women who comprise the panel decided to enlist block leaders in the "typewriters to war campaign. Every Dade county home will be contacted by council block plan associates in an effort to procure 1,200 typewriters, Dade county quota, to be sold, lent or leased to the government for the duration. Every usable typewriter, except portables from, ? type to date will be sought Mrs Sydney L. Weintraub. chief block leader, and Mrs. Roger Robinson, assistant, and members of executive committee, met with panel, for which Mrs. Tom I Wood is June chairman. Berne (WNS)—The thesis that anti-Semitism destroys the national unity of the democracies and plays into the hands of Adolf Hitler was supported this week by no less an authority than Nazi Propaganda Minister GoebbeLs. An article distributed by the Nazi party press service for foreign consumption stated that "the Jewish problem has become a world problem" and that "cooperation" among anti-Semiticelements in the United Nations will aid the Nazi war cause. "There cannot be any peace between us and the Jews, therefore we are doing all we can to attract attention in the countries iof our enemies to the Jewish problem." the Nazi press service said. "Only history knows to what extent anti-Semitism among our enemies can change matters in our favor. "We know that our realistic attitude can lead to the fact that anti-Semitism may become a world-wide movement. As the war goes on. there is increasing evidence that our enemies are be coming aware of the existence of a Jewish problem and this may increasingly influence the future conduct of the war. —Buy War Bonds Today— Have you Dought your Defense Bonds yet? I\LMI:I. I i:iMT.-if Chap* 7001 W. FLAGIER ST. AMBULANCE A AAAJ SERVICF 3~Z0C4 JWB WOMEN'S DIVISION DISTRIBUTES mm VICTORY KITS TO SERVICE MEN I WANT MY MILK Ask Your Local Delicatessen Fox the Bast It Costs No Man OLD SARATOGA Buc.iyne Boulevard .it 77th Street Phone 7 7725 Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge Fine Liquors and" Wines >*KE IMS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI 0ft BUS Mil MUM MIAMI BEACH More than 16,000 gift kiln hive been distributed through the Women's Division of the Jewish Welfare Board at ports of embarkation to American service mm on outgoing transport* and in hospitals. Made by workers a( the Victory Kit Workroom in the Hotel Savoy Plaia in New York City, thr kits contain shaving cream, soap and soap container, toothpaste, chewing gum, a trench mirror, comb, sew. ing kit, pencil, raxor blades, and cigarettes or cards. Under the chairmanship of Mrs. Charles H. Bernhrim, more than 125 women spend five days each week at this workroom assembling and packing gifts. The-e arc the women who on 24 hours notice supplied 200 Christmas kits to Lt. Commander Robert Kail* of They Were Expendable Fame." The project ia supported entirely by voltintnr* contribution!. Above, they areI row—Mrs. Mark Heyman, Mrs. Leo Guiterman, Mrs. Ernestine Stamm, Mrs. Benjamin Loewenthal, Mrs. Charles H. Bernheim. Far right—Mrs. Blanche Freeman. Left—Mrs. Oscar Herzog. Right—Mrs. Leo Levy, Mrs. Phineas Sondheim, Mrs Fannie Mugden. The distribution or thousand's of send-off and utility kits it one of the •ervice activities for the armed forces of the Women's Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board, which celebrated ita first anniversary April 18th—fittingly in the very week of the Passover festival which has' always symbolised freedom. Headed by Mrs. Alfred R. Bachrach, the Women's Division is the sponsor of the Serve-AI amp project which will be expanded to include every military camp in I of such aid. OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS %  ... J>lfloue Corned Bear Pickled. Cook.d and Smoked Maata •7th and Normal Ave. Kenholz Kosher Meats and Poultry 1043 WASHINGTON AVENUE-MIAMI BEACH THANKS ALL CUSTOMERS FOR THEIR PATRONAGE We will close June 6,1943 FOR A SHORT PERIOD WATCH FOR OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT



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PAGE FOUR *JewlstiFk>rM**!l FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1943 I parts of the country. Wholesale arrests had been reported in progress for some time. The Dus'n ru wspaper, Der Mittag, said the decree was issued on May 14. The Nazi had gradually ined 1 persi cutions and am ats oi Jewsince the first of their occupation of the but no formal bar ence i xisted until recently. Then April lo i for inning of the i vacuation Ji %  ight of the try' ll provinces, the vieto ing si nt to concentration ultimate %  nt to 'I' ning thn e provinces of Jews %  ;... April 23, only tho n Amsterdam bi ing i xempl Muctiy, Confidential REFUGEE REPORT .... Eddie Cantor is head over heels in a one-man fund-raising campaign ... He has set himself a quota of half a million dollars, to be used for refugee children in Palestine ... To Bernard Postal, B'nai B'rith's national publicity director, we are indebted for the interesting news (received only now, because of wartime delays in communication) that five tons of vitamin-enriched flour provided by the Red Cross to a group of refugee Polish Jews ia Southern Russia, were received in time for the refugees to use the flour for Passoved matioth The flour was turned over to some rabbis at Teheran, where the Red Cross maintains a warehouse for relief operations, and then the Soviet government, by prearrangement, transported the flour from Teheran and deliv ered it to the refugee camp. YOU SHOULD KNOW .... A valued member of the Nelson Rockefeller Good Neighbor organisation staff is Diego Rivera, the Mexican painter—who remembers with a sardonic chuckle the time, a few years ago. when the Rockefellers protested so violently against the murals he had painted in Radio City that said murals were covered over Saul Kleiman's recently published "Anthology of Rashi" has been hailed as an outstanding work invaluable to students and teachers ... Mr. Kleiman. who lives in Kansas City, has just finished a comprehensive biography of Rashi. comprising twenty-two chapters And, believe it or not. its publication is being held up for lack of funds Loftus G. Clark tells us that we should not let ourselves be awed by the title of General A. F. Lorenzen. Retired, whom we mentioned some columns ago The title stems from the militia, not from the National Guard or Regular Army, and was bestowed on the General by the late Governor Frank Lowden for political services. Mr. Clark adds ... If the mailmal should bring you a bulletin bearing the masthead "National Council for Civil Liberties." don't let it fool you It s editor is James Smythe. the notorious anti-Semite, operation from a New York office located at 401 West 46th Street. HAVE YOU HEARD .... Have you heard the one about little Sammy coming home from religious school all excited, and enthusiastically reporting to his mother that he'd been learning about the "Ten Commandos?" And have you heard the new parallel being drawn between Napoleon and Hitler? ... It runs like this: In 1804 Napoleon became emperor of France—and 129 years later, in 1933, Hitler became dictator of Germany ... In 1812 Napoleon attacked Russia— 129 years later Hitler followed his example In 1814 Napoleon's downfall began with his exile to Elba, and 1815 brought him his Waterloo So—what do you expect will happen to Adolf in 1943 and '44, exactly 129 years after these events? STAGE AND SCREEN .... The Fourth of July War Bond Rally at the Hollywood Bowl will feature two famed violinists—Jascha Heifetz and Jack Benny. Playwright John Wexley has been assigned the writing of a new film, on Malta Too bad. John, that the State Department turned thumbs down on your film treatment of General Mark Clark's exciting exploits Leslie Howard, our favorite English actor, who is probably the greatest Jewish actor England ever produced, is lecturing in Portugal on behalf of the British government You can't keep a good man down: Alex Cohen, youthful producer of the Broadway smash hit "Angel Street." who entered the army as a private a few months ago. is now Sergeant Cohen Al Jolson is wondering—and who can blame him?—why the Hollywood moguls are breaking their heads to find a suitable actor to play the stellar role in his screen biography He has hopes of being asked to play the part in the final portion of the film ... if that isn't too sensible a course for any Hollywood mogul to take Filmland, incidentally, has a new player of Nazi parts His name is Louis Adlon. and he is the son of the famous owner of Berlin's famous hotel Adlon ... He hasn't heard from his family for a long time—that's why he's so careful to portray Nazis as extremely hateful and thoroughly disgustinq fellows. ABOUT PEOPLE .... A record-breaking IQ was scored by an army private the other day The onvate was Robert Nathan, who had been head of the War Production Board's Planning Division until he resigned to enlist, and his score was 159 out of a possible 162 points ... A big government job is said to be in prospect for Bernard Gimbel. of the department store Gimbels ... We didn't even know that the late LIT. Sigmund Freud had a son (though we have, we believe, reoorted to you that his daughter, Anna Freud, is active in child psychology work in England) • But. anyway, it now appears that this son. Oliver by name, has just arrived in this country Congratulations to Jeannetta. neice of veteran Zionist worker. Isaac Carmel, on the occasion of her marriage to Sid Scheingarten George Jessel. whose autobiography. "So Hclo Me." isn't exactly wowing the reading public, will fly to England to entertain our troops there Herbert Jacobi. who runs a Manhattan night club, some years ago held the position of secretary to the then Premier Leon Bloom of France Helena Rubinstein, the beauty expert, is entering a new field, according to her publicity agent, she's said to be recruiting a women's land army of her own—and undoubtedly will come out with a new line of cosmetics for the farmerette. WEEKLY GIGGLE .... In Norway, confides Leonard Lyons, a group of native lad* recently were watching some Naxi soldiers digging deep trench** intended to stop any Allied attempt at invasion "This is our reuhrer s latest strateov." the soldiers told the youngsters, as tney dug deeper and deeper But the kids weren't impressedvo you mean." asked one young Norseman, "that Hitler now planning to attack Chiang Kel-shek from the rear?" Newly elected officers of Temple Israel are B. W. Slote. financial secretary; Herman Wall vice president; Leonard Epstein, president; Harold Spaet, secretary; and Harry Nevins, treasurer. EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual, coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient ••d courteous personnel enable us to provide a funeral that will mce t the wishes of the bereaved • % %  uly in every particular. Ask for Mr. Eiseaberg rillDlUEi riL.//&/w 136 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Phone S-77T9



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FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1943 +Jewisi> ncrkUati PAGE FIVE %  I RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS (MWWMAMMMWM^ MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX | BETH JACOB CONGREGATION f>t S. W. 17 Aye.. Miami JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKT. Rakbl 1J5W1S OREEN. Sexton Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, conducting and addressing the congregation Saturday morning on "Three conditions of the Jewish Law." Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Rackovsky: "The Scale of Marriage." Mishnah and Jewish Laws and Customs group meets daily at 7:15 and 7:50 p. m. Shvuos services are scheduled for Tuesday, June 8 at 7:45 p. m., Wednesday, June 9 at 9:00 a. m., and 7:00 p. m.; Thursday, June 10 at 8:30 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Rabbi Rackovsky will conduct services and speak during the first day morning services on the subject of "Sanctified Leaders." and during the second day morning services on the subject of "Ruth." Memorial services Thursday at 10:30 a. m. w nsii Ave. and 3rd St., Miami I:-.. ii l MOSES MBSCHELOFF, Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Saturday, 9 a. m. services: Rabbi Moses Mescheloff preaching. Cantor Maurice Mamches j chanting. Early Sabbath services, j 7 a. m. Sabbath afternoon: Rabbi Mescheloff discoursing. Service men's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schafron. Shvuos services Tuesday evening, Wednesday and on Thursday with Yiskor at 10 a. m. UNVEILING The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Morris Pinkus will take place Sunday, June 6th at Mount Nebo Cemetery, at 2 P. M. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate and arrangements will be under the direction of Emanuel Gordon. Friends are asked to be present. BEACH JEWISH CENTER Mil Buclldafcve.. Miami Beach ABRAHAM^D. WOLF, Cantor Friday. 7:30 p. m., Kabalos Shabos. Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor, and the Center choir will conduct the musical services. Saturday morning, services: Guest Speaker. Saturday Shalosh Seudes 7 p. m. Refreshments and community singing. Daily services mornings and eveninRS ^ Shvuos services Tuesday evening, Wednesday and on Thursday with Yiskor at 10 a. m. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM 635 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. SCHAAREI ZEDEK 1545 8. W. Third St.. Miami SIMON APRIU Rabbi Services: Friday 7:15 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April: "A Wilderness of Thorns." Shalosh Sudos, 6:00 p. m. Shvuos services Tuesday evening, Wednesday and Thursday. Daily services morning and evening. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 139 X. W. Third Ave., Miami MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi IX>UIS HATMAN. Cantor Friday, 7 p. m.: Kabbalas Shabos service. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services: Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos, 6:45 p. m. Shvuos will be ushered in on Tuesday, June 8th, at sunset. Services will be conducted Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 8:30. Yiskor services Thursday at 10:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Louis Hayman Will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject, "The Covenant Stands." Junior services will be conducted Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Daily services morning and evening. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami COL.MAN A. ZWITMAN, Rabbi RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D Rabbi Emeritus Services will be continued at Temple Israel during the summer months on Fridays at 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will conduct. The Festival of Weeks, Shvuos, will be observed at services on Tuesday evening, June 8th. at 8:15 o'clock and Rabbi Zwitman will speak on the significance of this festival at the evening service. Morning services for the festival will be conducted on Wednesday morning, June 9th, at 11 o'clock. > ^ tw) i W nww^ww^^ ^ ^www | ww ^ww^ B' nai B'rith Not e s By Paul Weitzman Dr. Louis Nusbaum New President at National Farm School RABBINICAL BODY WILL HOLD STUDY COURSE The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, will conduct a Study Course on Jewish Post War Problems, to which the pubj lie is invited. This course will begin July 12th at Beth David. I and followed on July 19th at [Beth Jacob, at 8:30 p. m. and thereafter each Monday evenj ing alternately at these two i places. A Rabbi of the Rabbinical As' sociation will lead the discussion each week. RABBI MACHTEI ON WQAM BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st St.. Miami Bench S. M. MACHTEI. Rubbl Friday, 8:15 p. m., service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Before and After the Torah." Social period. Sisterhood as hostesses. Saturday. 9:30 a. m., service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching on weekly portion. Mincha 7 p. m. Service men's Se'udah Shlishis 7:15 p. m., Chaplain Harold H. Gordon presiding. Shvuos services Tuesday evening. Wednesday and on Thursday with Yiskor at 10 a. m. TJJGUST BROS RVt IS the BEST.' REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties SBIM and Lease* B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph. 6-5868 TEMPLE EMANUEL 1801 South Andrews Ave. Ft. I^auderdaie, Fla. Reform Synagogue nerving Hollywood. Ft. lJuderdHle and Broward County SAMl'KL. HAI..EVI BARON, Rabbi Services: Friday, 8 p. m. Religious School: Sunday, 10 a. m. Sisterhood business meeting, Monday, 8 p. m. Shvuos service Wednesday at 10:00 a. m. Sisterhood night at the Fort Lauderdale Servicemen's Center canteen, Wednesday. 6 to 11 p. m. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. of Beth I Sholom Center, will be the guest speaker on the Rabbinical Association program over station W. Q. A. M. at 9:15 a. m. on Sunday. His subject will be "Contracted Under Duress." Upholstery. Slip Cover ui Drapery Shops Complete Line oi Exclusive Decorative Fabrics 35 N. W. lit St. Ph. 3-89SI Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. Sholem Lodge No. 1024 is a bee-hive of activities, these days, With one meeting after another, and the next one is to be held on Sunday afternoon, 4 o'clock, June 6th, 1943. at Beth David Talmud Torah, at 135 N. W. Third Ave.. Miami. The delegates to the convention of District Five. B'nai B'rith. are back from Asheville, N. C, and will give a report on the activij ties and accomplishments. Prepared to submit proposals to the convention which will be of | benefit to the Greater Miami community, members at the coming meeting will learn how they have fared. American Jewish Conference Delegates At the meeting Sunday, June 6th, Sholem Lodge will elect two representatives, as its, choice, as delegates to the American Jewish Conference. The two potential delegates, so named and elected, together with representatives elected by all other Jewish organizations in this community will, at a subsequent date, participate in a run-off election, to determine the two delegates to the American Jewish Conference. This section of Florida is \ entitled to two delegates, only, to the conference, hence the ne: cessity of first having every Jew, ish organization designate its particular choice, and then determine, in general conclave assembled, to whom the high honors of representing Jewry in this area shall fall. The two delegates who will eventually be elected to represent the entire area, will attend the American Jewish Conference, and meet with delegates from every other section of the country. Members are urged to come to the meeting on Sunday. June 6th, as they should be vitally interested in designating their choice. In the final analysis, the two delegates elected to the conference will be the voice of southeastern Florida. Blood Donor Drive B'nai B'rith is still trying to obtain 500 blood donors by the end of this month, for the Dade i County Blood Bank. The volunteers, so far, constitute only a fraction of the membership, and unless volunteers appear in far greater numbers than heretofore, the "campaign" will never attain its objective. It is a sad commentary, that despite constant urgings, the response is comparatively negligible. The appeals for blood donors are constantly being made over the radio, throughout the nation, and not limited to Greater Miami. The need for blood plasma is recognized; the patriotic spirit of blood donors is lauded —but still the response is small. Call the B'nai B'rith office. 3-6391. and you will be told how simple the procedure, and how conveniently it can be accomplished. Members who have not returned a reply post card recently mailed to them, are urged to do so at once. Buy War Bonds and Stamps— Help the soldiers help you. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. 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GEORGE BKNSKTT SAM VBNBTSKY MAX R_ SIIA'KH Attorney for Applicants 5/28 6/4-11-18-25 The Miami Beach Division of the Dade County War Bond Committee recently opened an office at 824 Washington avenue. Left to right are Jake Felt, Max M. Ozer and Rudy R. Adler, civic leaders and members of the committee, who are devoting all their time and energy to the battle on the home front, the sale of war bonds and stamps. The committee is making an appeal for volunteer workers who can contact the churches, the smaller organizations and those who might not otherwise be in touch with the new drive for stamps and war bonds. More information may be obtained by calling 58-2241. ^^^ 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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n PAGE SIX vJewistiflcrkJfon FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1943 %  • %  I r i THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES Governor Sends Typewriters to Fighting Front B T HAHHY SCHWARTZ ******* OOOHOdMs a MXMWNI •WM *>•** %  Rationing Board Grants Home Camp Request Wo arc pleased to announce that the Dade County Rationing Board has approved our request for points for food for the Home Camp. We express our thanks to Mr. Leonard P. Ireland. Sr., chairman of the board, who was very courteous and cooperative with our committee. We also exfore the Rationing Board. I .".,..* .. .V.W. hd w %  Uam In one Diamondball Over forty men of the Y. M. H. A. appear every Sunday morning at the Riverside Playground. S. W. 4th Street and 8th Avenue to participate in diamondball practice. According to Frank Rose, chairman of the Athletic Committee, inter-mural games are I eing held now every Sundaj 1 and within the next few weeks, a • %  •• ..wi im.i a ii-uin in one of tin service leagues sponsored %  y the City of Miami Recreation Commission, All those interested Again we must call the attention of the g public to immediate n ::. The enrollment is limit* .1 and chil will be given priority in the i rder of theii registration. Wl i .. our limit has been res further children will be admitted until a vacancy occurs. We have publicized this time and again and we cannol stress it too strongly. suuuown luesaay, June K. in the next issue of these col, until 8 P. M. Thursday. June 10 umns we will announce the j 1943. This is due to the Shevuoth" names of our staff. I Holidays in diamondball are asked to come every Sunday morning to the j Riverside Plavground for prac| lice. Building -CJosed for Shevuoth VTolidays The V M. H A buUding will I e closed for activities beginning sundown Tuesday. June 8. 1943 Sergeant Joseph Gajewski and Trivatc Percy McLaughlin of Dale Mabrv Rdl nor Hollands desk, two typewriters going: from the governor's capitol office t K e from Bhows typewriters in use on a bomber, taking down swiftly and accurately orriVr **f front Governor Holland's desk, two typewriters going from the governor's mmMt^m'tTW^y 6 from Inset shows typewriters in use on a bomber, taking down swiftly and accurately order. J^f ,ront radio. Typewriters also sail on warships and go to field command post, o"the arm,fl? J crp,v ^ by Ma's quota is 2,500 typewriters for the armed servLcs Uuouh civilian >JL J JJZLl" *"" %  "•'FOR IEN POLO Of 0. s. New York (WNS)—An appeal to Prime Ministt r Winston Churchill to pledge Gnat Britain to re-examine us pr sent policy in Palestine "so that th. victory insure al last brought nearer the prospect of victory over the forces ol a ruthless and terrible barbarism, and when on the other hand the agony of the Jewish people oi Europe approaches a tragic climax unexampled in Jewish history, To the Jews of Europi tortured and facing yet unimagined horrors, a Palestine still ofi fers the one bop.' of immediate ie and of ultimate survival I as a people "We appeal to you in behall ol those no longer in a position to appeal for themselves for that word ol reassurance which will make that hope a reality. We JO. Jypewmers also sail on warships and go to field command posts of the army in £T ** by eVZent tyPCWritcrs for thc armed %  ** %  ** civilian salJs at SSE^ISM |/5. Ida government. y in Palestine "so that the maKe tnat hope a reality. We ry of the United Nations will ? annot accept and do not believe e also the re-establishment I v??J a Phey conceived in wholly ol the Jews as a nation m then 'circumstances as part ancient homeland" was made this ". : %  program of appeasement, now week by the American Kmerdiscredited and discarded, can gency Committee for Zionist AfP reva lr > the face of the com rs. in behalf of all Zionist '" v of the unprehe United States lented situation which now its the Jewish people Wc groups in the United States! Delivered to Mr. Churchill tne eve oi his departure from Washington, where he has conferring with Pre i li nl Roosevelt and other top-ranking American and British military officials on luture Allied strategy tl i "can Zionist appeal, signed by Dr. Steph.n S. Wise read: "We address ourselves to Mr. Prime Minister, at when the sacrifices and forts of the United Nations have let Me Get You Some c ann i -I and do not u thai Britain's greal Prime Minister who has led his own people through the valley ol and who has in the past aliantly and truly expr. the conscn nee ol Britaii sisting on the full discharge ol it; solomn obligation to the Jewish people, will fail in this grave the,;" w'u',"; u "r ""• word ••••' ef-lwill restore hope to lions now I in despair. "We ask you, Mr Prime Minis,r "• • %  •'>• thai Great Britain. tiue to Its obligations, uni I true to its promi.se to the Jew'•sb people and in the light ol that promise will re-examine its present policy in Palesthv i that the Victory of the United Nations Kit^rfrt! as the re -establishment of the Jews a.s a nation in men ancient homeland." \JL7ITH YOUR responsibilities, %% can you afford to let a Headache. Muscular Pains, Functional Monthly Pains or Simple Neuralgia slow you down? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills have been bringing: relief from these common discomforts for nearly sixty years. Countless American housewives consider Anti-Pain Pills almost as much of a necessity in the medicine cabinet, as is flour in the kitchen cupboard. They have Dr Miles Anti-Pain Pills in the house! many of them carry these little pain relievers in purse or handbag. They are prepared for these minor aches and pains that sometames occur in almost every familv -ARE YOU? Dr. Miles Ant* J'ain rills are pleasant to take and do not upset the stomach. Get Dr Miles Anti-Pain Pills %  t your drug store. Reeular fSSS" ?L tab,et 25# Economy package 125 tablets $1.00. Read directions and use only as direcNOTICE TO PARENTS Dr. Barney Weinkle has been appointed physician of the Y. %  •,, Al Home Ca mp nd he T-,L ex :k-' Children must be registered by that time, otherwise they will not be accepted for the opening _ol_campM Monday, June 14. r.lLMEll ruiM>ral < hanel 2C0I W. FLAGLER ST. AMBULANCE A AOM BEACH BUSINESS MEN BEHIND PAYROLL PLAN Th developing force of an offensive war such as this nation is now waging demands greater mi ney out.ay than did our earIn i defensive tactics, stated a 'er othe committee „f the newly opined Miami Beach office of the War Savings GI-OUD at 824 Washington Ave. 1 he Treasury sees the only course open to it. is higher taxes or larger loans by the American people. The payroll deduction P' an %  now yielding a national total ot S400.000.000 m war bonds each month, and must be stepped up to $600,000,000. To achieve this end every business establishment is asked to participate in tins patriotic program of at least JO i very payday for U. S. War Bonds. In Miami Beach the following firms are among those who have i '..ted in the Treasury plan '.'' voluntary pa yr II deductions I thai all others will i J W throu R h in their busim ss Adae 4 Hoop r. Br. edings Lincoln Rd, Drua Co., Chase Fed' ^'Savings & Loan Assn.. Ciw %  Miami Beach, Mercantile NaBank. Combs Funeral "' inc ( ppeland & Therrel. Morns Brothers Bept. Store. Reed 'nict.on Corp., Forn it I. Hainej, rhre, Sisters, Farrey's inc., Wemkles Liquor. Land O" Sun Dairies. Inc.. F. W. Woolworth Co Miami Beach Bay Shore Co., Beach Mill & Supply Co, .Miami Beach Federal SavSfrv -v"^'[Wa^reen's. Sun Tev r ra Sr e ,? Up Sy Store Tl Texas Co.. Walker-Skagseth Food Ihon'A I n n '^ KAT R*dw Station. A 4 P. Co., A. S. BeckSho, MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM OUTLINED BY N. C. C. I. Organizational setup for the membership program planned bv the Miami Round Table of the .National Conference of Christians and Jews was outlined at a meeting Monday of section and divisional managi rs. These Workers, under section and division leaders will aid the Hound Table's program to enlist 1.900 members to support the Inter-religious work oi the national confer, me. especially that n< .v being carried on in military camps. Names of group managers who Will serve under leaders in the men s and women's sections are Men s section. Harold Turk. Joseph Rambain. Jack August. RodSw r-' S Sa ";. Kanner ,,; '"v Sweet. George Coup, Tyler Sawyer, O J. Wilhams Garth Akndge, W.lham Lindsley, C. Clyde Atkins Gerge Cummins. James I Leddy and Henry Fleger Women s division. Mrs Her;';;;;' S ;-^;"'-'M. spemer. Mr' I-'nnbdin Jones. Mrs W C !• Mrs. Moses Krieger. Mrs L. I earlman. Mrs Ada K Joseph. Mrs Maxwdl Hyman.' •Mi ; %  "vii.an Kaplan. Mrs. Harry Mi r S i N V g,iza beth Jewet? ;,': C C|1 lu, '-Mrs. E N E fe-i '""• F i. Strai ht. Mrs. ?! Mrs H Ti M T Winter, fee S I Wal S gecombe "d Mrs! BETORE TOU BUY tEON ILIIH with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Bicnut %  %  -%  But-Bigy* Buy Stamps and Bonds. NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS %  cUntifwallT Treated MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION Institute ef Neurologr W. MIAMI AVE. at 71th St Corp Car.; MarkeTs.TlSS Co., Liggett s Drug. I NEW WAR BONDSLOGAN! i^9ure U ut For Yourself. s a new War Bond MB that will be used as the bu for a l arge advertisinq program on a national scale Soon to be released, the copy ZHL I ,m,, • % •' %  ge family ex penditure. showing amount that budgeting will leave to be in vested in War Bonds. Buy War Savh^gTlw,. PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH noRmiAN.orncE. 22s s. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MBS. MARY SCHREBNICX SERVICE 9-2664 For a Cool. Delightful Vacation. Stop at The Horowitz Kosher Inn All Rooms with Connecting Bath and Running Water RATES REASONABLE 331 First Are. W. HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. The United States Government Having Taken Over HU Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces tbe REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE U 311 Lincoln Roa4 Albion Bldg., Suit* 3041 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry First Lt Barney Blich.-r dent' u .\'W-21 Hilcrest Blvd! gradI e J "\ ,he medical fu-ld serPa HT ;,t Carllsl <-' Barracks. ?S,^ved his DO at' N. %!: Both El members held their an%  .. narry Ooodmark was <-hr.ir man, assisted by Mrs A Wacj&" man Mrs. N Sh w „(r J j" se5ved Zer R fr l -"-ts tore | t he 4 v .i2Ti,S ,uto,r h,,M "< for Mr Al M ?' V e U d """'< IN V V..i \, M, y,ls f Kingsdon were Mr and Bfc, H'M .y^M? B. Cohen. Mr. Meyer of Philidaf: Phia. brother of Mr. Meyer, and Mrs. M. Schrebnick. Among the high school gradu"j„of 1943 were the Misses {^hyllis Freeman, Yetta Greenhrg. Helena Held, Annette Dublinand Sherlee Barish. Products LFA WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN HK -aA4 7 "• tto ^T r**~u South. !" DaSe!rPi^ AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOWR PHOltt



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FRIDAY. JUNE 4, 1943 vJewlsti Flcridltari PAGE SEVEN WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEO. M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. W. B. Director GREATER mmmi RRHIV RRD nnuv lomminEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD SERVICE PARADE! A COMMUNITY PROJECT "Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services" OFFICERS SAM BLANK. Chairman MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chr. JOSEPH A. BERMAN. SM. EXECUTIVE COMMUTE! Mrs. Walter Broastoa Mn. Max Dobrin Maurice Grossman Louis Heixnan Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Morris Klass Mrs. Murry Koran Harry Markowlts Nat Roth Milton Sirldn Joaaph Stain Mrs. Herbert Walla* Carl Weinkla ABOUT OUR BOYS MURRY ZOHN, son of Mrs. Sophie Zohn, 922 S. W. 2nd St., has been transferred to Aviation Mechanics School at the Jacksonville Technical Training Center, Florida. S/SGT. JOE AARONSON is expected to spend a furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. ana Mrs. J. Aaronson, 1036 N. W. 63rd St. during the latter part of the month. Sgt. Aaronson is now stationed at Muroc Air Base, California. Correcting a wrong impression last week was the item in this column about ABE SCHOENFELD. Abo. who is in the U. S. Navy, stationed in Jacksonville, is the son of Mrs. Anna Schoenfeld, residing at 1221 N. W. 6th street. Now stationed at Savannah, Ga., PFC. MORRIS KATZ. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Katz, 746 S. W. Fourth street, is home on furlough for the first time in nine months. His wife, who has been with him during his training, accompanied him here. ENSIGN MARVIN GOLDMAN. former University of Miami student and a Coral Gables resident, revealed how German bombs which dropped about 150 yards from his ship went unnoticed while U. S-Nayy armed guard gunners concentrated on knocking out of the sky three Nazi bombers which attacked a convoy bound from North Africa to Britain. Ensign Goldman was commissioned in the Naval Reserve last August and was assigned to armed guard duty immediately after completing training. He made five cruises, including two to North Africa. Goldman's home is at 3914 LeJune road, Coral Gables. A former employe of the Federal Bureau of Investigation here, A. KENNETH ALTSCHUL. seaman 2/c, is stationed at Jacksonville for radio instruction. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Altschul, 3035 N. W. 12th Ave.. he will graduate June 17 and ex* pects to be sent to gunnery school. Seaman Altschul is a former student at the University of Miami. ROBERT D. HAYS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Hays, 900 16th street, Miami Beach, graduated from training school Friday in Selma, Ala., and has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the army air forces. He is a pursuit pilot. PVT. MORTIMER FAY. son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fay, 890 N. E. 76th street, is in Fort Bragg, N. C., where he is taking his basic training. Pvt. Fay, a former University of Miami student, has a brother, PVT. ARTHUR FAY, in the AAF at Chico, Cal. A former Miami Beach hotel operator, PVT. ABRAHAM W. GER, has been seriously wounded in the North African war area, relatives here have been advised. Pvt. Ger enlisted in the army 18 months ago, and went overseas a year ago with a field artillery unit. He was reported wounded on May 6. His mother. Mrs. Bessie Ger, 643 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. The following is some army news of the children of Jacob Korsakov, 443 S. W. 4th street. Miami: A daughter, SHIRLEY KORSAKOV received her training as a WAAC at Fort Oglethorpe. Ga. She was a graduate of the High School of Commerce in Springfield, Mass., later employed by Massachusetts Wholesale Drug Co. before entering the service. A son, LT. LEONARD KORSAKOV. of Army Engineering Corps, is with the Public Relations Division. Another son, SGT. EDWARD CLARK of the American Air forces, is now recommended for O. C. S. Another daughter., NELLIE, is married to LT. MAURICE E. LAVENE of the Administrative branch of the Army Medical Corps. Name Address (Home). Date of Birth Date of Enlistment. Name of Nearest Relative Address Branch ef Service Service Address TeL No. Relationship Rank .Outfit. Promotions, honors, awards, ads of heroism, casualty or ether •rents or services: — NEW ARMY CHAPLAIN WITH BEACH FORCES First Lt. Harold H. Gordon, now chaplain with the Army Air Forces Technical Training Command, Basic Training Center No. 9, on Miami Beach, is a native of Minneapolis, Minn. An alumnus of the University of Minnesota LT. HAROLD GORDON he studied at Hebrew Theological College, Chicago; Jewish Theological Seminary, New York: at the Hebron Yeshivah, Jerusalem, and was ordained by the late Chief Rabbi A. I. Kook, Jerusalem, in 1934. He served Congregation Sons of Jacob, Waterloo. Iowa, as spiritual leader from March, 1935 to February, 1942. He was active in the Ministerial Association, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the National Conference of Christians and Jews, ZOA, B'nai B'rith and other communal groups. Chaplain Gordon was Jewish Welfare Board Army and Navy Director at Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Edgewood Arsenal. Ft. George Meade, and the U. S. Naval Training Station and associate director of the USO clubs in Laurel, Aberdeen, Md. He graduated from the Chaplain School at Harvard University after entering the service, and served BTC No. 6 before coming to Miami Beach with B. T. C. No. 9. LEROY S. FELDMAN. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Feldman, has been promoted from sergeant to staff sergeant at Fort McClellan, Ala. SGT. MILTON KALTER. 29. of New York City, is a decorated flier now missing in action. Sergeant Kalter, holder of an Air Medal, had been serving in the Alaskan area. He, too, has been previously reocrded as missing in action. He is the son of Harry Kalter of 710 Ninth Ave.. New York City. SO HE SAYS TO THE QUEEN The boys "over there" have been meeting the Queen of England lately. Corporal William Goldstein, 27, of Baltimore, is used to meeting people because he used to manage a grocery store, but he wasn't quite prepared for the Queen's unexpected visit to a London exhibition on a day he had picked to go sightseeing. "I was surprised when the Queen started talking to me and I got very nervous," he said afterwards, "but that soon passed because she was so charming that I was put completely at ease. "What amazed me most was the fact that she had no retinue and no one standing around to protect her. She just walked in like any other lady visitor." Corporal Goldstein is another soldier who has two brothers— Hvman and Morris—in uniform. Sergeant Harold Farkash. 26, of Flushing. N. Y., has met the Queen, and the King. too. Harold was munching a doughnut in a Red Cross canteen "somewhere in Southampton." The Queen sipped a cup of tea. The King leaned on his swagger stick. "How do you do?" the King said. "I'm pleased to meet you," the sergeant replied. "Would you like to get back to the U. S.?" the Queen inquired. "Very much but not until after this is all over,' Harold answered. "Thank you, the Queen smiled, "for coming over." He wrote home afterwards that "she is the most pleasant person I've ever met." Sergeant Farkash also has two brothers in the service. They are Leonard, in the Army Signal Corps, and Mortimer, based in Trinidad. B. W. I. FORWARD MARCH Each week we will list in alphabetical order the names of the men of Dade County who are now in the service of the United States. This week: Tannenbaum, Melvin A. Tanner, Robt. Taradash, Daniel Irwin Tauch, Jack G. Tetlebaum, Louis Tepper, Philip Thurman, Arnall A. Tobin, Leonard Turk, Bernard Turkel, Clarence Tennenbaum, Meyer Tschida, Leo J. Wasserman, David Weider, Aaron B. Weinberg, Jerry Weinberg, Phil Weinkle, Aaron Weinkle, Melvin Barron Weinstein, William Weintraub, Carl Weintraub. Maurice S. Weintraub, Milton Weintraub. Stanley Weiskopf. Robt. Weissbunch. S. D. Weissman. Marty Woklow, Dr. Chas. Wiener, Murray Wigdor, Dr. M. Wilkins. William Wohn. Milton S. Wolfson. Myles Wolpert, Adrian Henry Weinkle, Emanuel I. Weinstein, Jerry Weinberg. Jeane Miss Wolfson, Gerald J. Wallach. William S. Wellbaum. Harold Jr. Wasman, Milton Zeritsky. Herman Zissen. Maurice L. Zumsteg. Bernard Zucker, John M. Zion, Jacob J. CHIEF ELECTRICIAN HARRY SOFER. 60, of New Orleans, La., has been missing since his vessel went down off the coast of Africa many months ago. LT. MARTIN M. STRAUSS. 20. of New York City, and SGT. JOSEPH MORDECAI SPIRO. 22. of Newark, both four-medal men and members of the same Flying Fortress crew, are missing in combat over Europe, the "big league of aerial warfare." The records of these American Jewish fliers have previously been 1 presented in the Honor Roll. HELP WANTED! to build the most all-inclusive list of Jewish men and women in the armed forces of the United States. It is essential that every Jew in America make himself a committee of one to transmit information on those in service or who have been decorated, missing in action, wounded, or who have given their lives in service. By doing this you will be aiding in the authentic recording of Jewish participation in this war—now being compiled by the BUREAU OF WAR RECORDS. NAT ROTH. Chairman GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD c/o P. O. BOX 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of: Abess & Costar first National Bank Side. Adelraan Pipe & Steel Co. 47 N. E. 25th St. Abe Aronovitz Miami, Florida Carl's Markets Miami — Miami Baaee Cowen's Shoe Stores IBS B. Flaolar St. — SM Cromer Wholesale 11 N. E. Third St. Green Bros. M N. E. 24th St. Hub Dry Goods 12 N. E. Miami Avi. Jack C. Jayson Miami Donald Lavigne -Uniforms 114 N. E. Beeond Avi. Markowitz I Resnick 1215 N. E. Saaond Avi. Miami Iron & Metal Ce. 2481 N. W. 12nd Ave. Miami'Rug Co. 100 a. Miami Aw. Palmer Funeral Chapel Sidney H. Palmar, Raaidant Ownir Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc. 160 E. Flaglar St. Rosedale Delicatessen I Restaurant ire N. w. Fifth at. J. Robin Sons-Original Rubins 146 N. Miami Ava. Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan Langford Building Standard Wholesale Grocery Co. 14S N. E. 10th St. Joseph R. Stein Miami, Florida Sybil's Women's Apparel 7S B. E. First St.



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PAGE EIGHT +Jewisi>ncr***i7 TO: The American People FROM: The Secretary of the Treasury A report on the most tremendous financing task in history the Second War Loan OuSlNG the three weeks between April 52 mnd May 1, the American people tackled the biftfest job oi financing in the history •f the world. &f In these three weeks it was proposed to raise the sum of 13 billion dollars, or more than half as much as was raised by five drives in the first world war. It was obvious that the task was hopeless unless the people of the nation were desperately in earnest about the war. And it Was equally obvious that here was, so to •peak, a thermometer by which the fervor •f the people could be measured with reasonable accuracy. • This is why we believe you. as an American citizen, can take pride in this report. For it was written solely by you, the people. The resv\t, in dollars Our goal mi 13 billion dollars. Actually, the American people subscribed 18 billion, 500 million dollars. This was gets th cr*-*"? The credit for the 2nd War Loan goes to the people. It goes to the children who put dimes and quarters into war stamps. To everyone who bought a bond. To thousands of patriotic banking people. To advertising people who donated their creative talents. To patriotic merchants and companies who paid the bill for war bond messages. To radio stations, newspapers, movies, outdoor advertising companies, and publications. But chiefly, perhaps, to those who turned voluntary bond salesmen — a loyal legion of patriots. 10 out of tvarjr 1,000 nin end womtn in ttis u S war* VOLUNTARY BOND SALESMEN —— — During >• 2** Wor Loon Drivs ——— What lies ahead? Yes, America's record is good. But we cannot become complacent — for our biggest financing job lies ahead. In the first 4 months of this year, we raised 25 billion dollars. During the balance of this year we must raise 45 billion dollars more. • The war is costing us 100 billion dollars this year. Part of this will come from taxes, and the balance must come from War Loans. You, as an American, can take pride in what you have done. You have shown the Axis that Americans on the home front, like Americans on the battle front, will do all that is required of them — and more. But our need is great. Dig as deeply as you possibly can and invest it in War Bonds now — either through the Payroll Savings Plan or through special purchases. Don't wait for "drives." We must win this war with bayonets — and with dollars. We who stay home in safety must provide the dollars — all that •4-e needed. It is the very least we can do. 0 _. ,.., L r<~> ASSET YOU WITH YOUR WAR BOND PURCHASES. PHONE THEM. 58-2241. F T? ****** th6 *~* W %  b *** Spirit Individual, and Fine* MM LEO ROBINSON MORRIS BROTHERS LargMl 2?zi-;~ -•. Stt-e Da t-e Bra;" BISCAYNE LAUNDRY 13' lit* St P HARRY SIRKIN KAHN It ALPERT. INC. RMI Estate a -.-i-;* ae L -,-cR.-ia SB's FRED THE FRUIT SHIPPER L ----Road SIRGANYS **C t -:: R.-ad ENFIELD S CAMERA SHOP •to* L ";: %  Read $.*•• YOUNG AGES en. d-*-ra WHIM L -ccln Read OLD FORGE RESTAURANT *M <* 4-t St B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor TntslMktki s- :e %  BS L -c: Read p HENRY S. STEINHOUSE BARRACKS BAR *?• *at-;•;A_ IRVING NATHANSON It HAROLD B. SPAET *S *.a-jr.-A. LOUIS KARLEBACH New Verfc Meat Market • n Ha.—5 W CLARA MAY DOWNErS OLNEY nm &f OS Oade lvd.—


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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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JLUME 16-No. 23
Coming YtlG J*WiSti Unity
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1943
I VOLUME IX OF
in
!UST PUBLISHED
! W York City.The Jew as a
*' Hr since the beginning of re-
lOd history, comprehensively
i'ltveyed for the first time, con-
"''' one of the hundreds of
Utl^ptative articles in the ninth
be of the Universal Jewish
nc opedia, just issued, accord-
sn announcement by Rabbi
*~*a BLandman, editor-in-chief
this ten-volume eoinoendium
__l English
| tenth and final volume
will appear within a short time.
rOlume IX of the Universal Jew-
Encyclopedia is dedicated to
"indellihle memory of Louis
Brandeis (1856-1941), lllustri-
__I jurist, champion of justice
J nd lover of Zion, whose life was
an inspiring bl< nil of American-
ism and Judaism, and who left
an enduring imprint on the so-
cial, economic, judicial and spir-
itual character of America." The
earlier volumes were dedicated
j George Alexander Kohut. Fe-
I M. Warburg, Louis Marshall,
laac Leeser, Isaac M. Wise. Sol-
lon Schechter, Jacob H. Schiff,
Kjulius Rosenwald, respect-
fcninth volume of the Uni-
fcyclopedia comprises
i Prom Prosbul, a legal
Ktgu rated by the great
Speyer (James), Amer-
fkcr and philanthropist.
PRICE TEN CENTS
FIRST NON-METHODIST
HAS HONOR DEGREE
FROM WESLEYAN UNIV.
Bloomington, 111.Dr. Abram
L. Sachar, national director of
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tions, received the honorary de-
gree of Doctor of Humanities
from Illinois Wesleyan Univer-
sity here last week, the first non-
Methodist in the 83-year history
of the University to be thus hon-
ored.
Dr. Sachar received the honor-
ary degree in recognition of the
impact made by Hillel Founda-
tion cultural courses among
Christian students who have tak-
en Hillel credit courses in Jew-
ish literatura^and history.
Historian,lecturer and educat-
or. Dr. Sachar administers the
nearly 100 Hillel Foundations
and Counselorships through
which B'nai B'rith provides a
program of religious, cultural and
social activity for civilian college
students, and new for students in
uniform.
I. N. H. I. ELECTS
OFFICERS flTHEET
T
Leo Ackerman was chosen
president of the Y. M. H. A. at the
election Wednesday evening. Al-
- tWEEN YOU AND ME
Copyright. 1943. (J. T. A.)

Junal NotesWe hear that
bcutivc committee of the
famation League is mov-
Chicago to New York,
incil of Jewish Federa-
B Welfare Funds has es-
a special committee to
data and to develop a
to assist local Jewish
|ties in explaining their
to the proverbial man
eet ... This has become
because of the war-in-
ianges and trends in the
[welfare and functional
The Jewish Social Ser-
'au in Pittsburgh has
m fee system for its Mar-
piselling Service The
large is one dollar per
and a maximum of
liars for the total ser-
The fees are adjustable,
T and in certain cases are
Entirely The shortage
Bnced personnel is now
La major problem in the
wish community organ-
. Military service and
and
mJ&L w 52* ca in G'od luck, good health
session Wednesday afternoon, more power to you
unanimously named Mitchell Lt Baron doHirsch Meyer
eTecUon afma'vor" WSSH Co"lman Wolfson was high
election, as mayor. In addition man, receiving 3 290 votes f =?j;srffi lug e 6a-J?j.^&S^
The regular council meeting John H. Lev-. d
f,?T Sff fl"ed, w.!ln fnends and Holdovers of the seven man
well-wishers of the new mayor council are Herbert Prink S
who was immediately seated. He Will.am Burbr.dge ^
was the recipient oi many flow- I This is Wolf JTn'V *hi,A
s*a sans? "k "^rJ^nacssaras
ment. sent the following wire: and Jewish communal affairs
HOME CAMP ON MIAMI
BEACH IS ANNOUNCED
The organization of a home
camp on Miami Beach under the
direction of a committee that has
been organized to take care of
recreation and character building
facilities for Miami Beach, has
been announced. The camp will
be located at the Drexel School.
1656 Collins Ave.. and will open
June 21st for a nine week period.
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector of the Y. M. H. A., will
.supervise activities.
The registration of children
will take place next week from 9
to 12 noon at Beth Jacob. Beth
Sholom, and Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center. Children from four
to fourteen are eligible.
so chosen unanimously was
George Chertkof as vice presi-
dent. Other officers are Leon
Fresno, Calif.
June 2, 1943
Mitchell Wolfson
City Hall
I am happy that the citizens
of Miami Beach showed good
judgment in electing you high
man. I know that as mayor
you will continue to give the
city the best that is in you.
Miami Beach will face many
serious problems during the
balance of the war and for post
war planning and I know that
you can give the council that
spirit of leadership and under-
I am most grateful to the peo-
ple of Miami Beach for the con-
fidence they have placed in me,"
said Wolfson. "This grand vote
is my assurance that what I
have stood for and tried to ac-
complish during the last few
years have met with the approval
of the majority of our Beach citi-
zens I shall continue my efforts
to help make Miami Beach an ev-
en better city for all our resi-
dents as well as for our tourists!
1 thank all of my good friends
from the bottom of my heart for
their hard, untiring and wonder-
standing that is so necessar? to fuj support and workin mv be"
carry on and meet the issues. | half."
m., iutuij .**.* v*_i_- aiiu ,
K^^^-E! BOUNTY MEMORIAL TO
BE DEDICATED IULY 5
J deep dent in the ranks
Ue manpower Sam-
Joldsmith. executive di-
Bhe Jewish Charities of
I shortly leave his
Dedication of the Dade County
, War Memorial will be held in
ept a Majority in the Bay front Park on July 5, instead
Another Army recruit of Sunday, July 4, Circuit Judge
A. Abrahamson, execu- George E. Holt, chairman of the
committee, said.
Judge Holt hopes to get Gov.
Spessard L. Holland to deliver
the dedicatory address. The hour
for the ceremony has not been
' BOT of the National Ref-
irice ... A number of
ration and welfare fund
I may soon enter the
^fcas Present indica-
4nt to few deferments Iset- an<* will be announced as
Ptary service for social
Joyes Health, wel-
Hcreation activities are
[to be given more con-
B however, in connec-
manpower stabilization
H
WITH CONVENTION
[m mplete report of the
-J 1 Hrtct Conrention held
fci Asherille. at which
Virginia was elect-
fet will appear next
soon as the speaker has been
named.
The memorial will contain 12
plaques on which names of mem-
bers of the armed forces who
give their lives in the present
war will appear.
Zurich (JTA)N e w special
taxes will soon be imposed upon
Jewish prnnertv in Hungary, it
was reported this week by Stef-
ani, an Italian news agency, in a
dispatch from Budapest, because
of "provocative attitude of Jews."
WILL NAME DELEGATES
TO A- J. C. ON JUNE 13
Candidates nominated to date
by organizations who through
their delegates will vie in the
election Sunday, June 13, to rep-
resent this area at the American
Jewish Conference at present
number seven. They are: Mrs.'
Max Dobrin, Maurice Grossman,
Louis Heiman, Stanley C Myers
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Harry Sim-
onhoff, and Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Organizations and individuals
have until June 8th to qualify
their nominees for the ballot.
A spirited contest is expected
to take place when the two dele-
gates to which this area is en-
titled, are named.
I. W. B. IN ITS ANNUAL
MEETING ON_ MONDAY
The Jewish Welfare Bureau,
completing another year of activ-
ity, is holding its annual meeting
at Beth David Talmud Torah. 135
N. W. 3rd avenue. Monday. June
7th. at 8:00 o'clock.
The report of the nominating
committee for election of mem-
bers to the board of directors and
a resume of the activities of the
committees will be given.
All Greater Miami Jewish resi-
dents are eligible for membership
merely by expressing their in-
terest in the activity of the or-
ganization, as there are no dues.
B E A C H ASSOCIATION
TO SELL WAR BONDS
The Miami Beach Apartment
association will sponsor a $145,-
000 bond buying campaign for a
heavy tank. The association,
through its president, Albert L.
Kahn. made the announcement.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
The main selling point will be rTT---------------'--------------------------
located in the Miami Beach Fed-1 Lieberman. secretary, and George
era! Savings and Loan association I Goldberg, treasurer.
building, corner or Lincoln road
and Washington avenue.
The tank will bear a plaque
reading as follows: "Heavy tank
presented to the United States
army by the Miami Beach Apart-
ment association through pur-
chase of War bonds."
RABBINICAL BODY OF,
MIAMI LISTS MEMBERS
Three year board members
are Jack Apte, Philip
Berkowitz and Frank Rose.
Chosen to serve for one year
are Murray Apte, Jack August,
David Brown, Isaac Levin, S. B.
ll,eV (2?!!e Rachlin, Max Sil-
ver, W D. Singer, Bernard Ster-
ling, Herman Waitsman, D. C.
Willner, Jules Wilson.
Stockholm (JTA)G estapo
chief Summer in Warsaw has been
sentenced to death by German
military authorities for failing to
prevent the outbreak of armed
resistance in the Warsaw ghetto
it was reported here this week.
-------------------.- ............... itaiiuLia-
tion of Greater Miami, according
to announcement made this week:
Rabbi Simon April, Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, Rabbi S. M. Machtei.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman.
They will be glad to serve any
member of any of the congrega-
tions in case of need. Should the
rabbi of a member congregation
be out of the city, they ask that
you call any one of the other
rabbis.
hJ? f0l.'i?Wi2gwruabbis,arf mem" :
bers of the Rabbinical Associa- ia under Nazi occupation sudden-
tion of Greater Miami. armrHino I lv "disannoarorl" -"- *___._ _
Stockholm (JTA) Thousands
of Jews who still remained alive
in ghettos In Latvia and Lithuan-
ly 'disappeared" following the
recent announcement by Goebbels
that no mercy will be shown to
the Jews, reports say.
KOSHER MEATS"
To comply with many re-
SSa&i r#cVTd y The Jewish
rioridian from its subscribers.
Wt*haT* ,'# ington the lntett information
on ceiling prices on Kosher
H.E2- th#r wU1 Pub-
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FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1943
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
BEACH ZIONIST
The formation of a Zionist
Youth Commission for this area
received the active support of the
Beach Zionist District and a con-
tribution of $50.00 towards car-
rying out its program was made,
the Beach district is seeking
young men or women with an in-
terest in youth and capable of
guiding it towards an apprecia-
tion of Palestine as a force in the
modern life of Jewry. A teach-
er's course is being made avail-
able to such leaders and there are
several groups of boys and girls
from 10 to 15 years of age seeking
someone to supervise and guide
them
BETH DAVID
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
The largest class of confirmants
of Beth David will hold confir-
mation exercises Sunday evening,
June 6th. A group of 29 boys and
girls will participate in an elab-
orate ceremony. The confirmants
exercises are under the direction
of Mrs. Oliphant. Cantor Louis
Hayman and the choir are in
charge of the musical program.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will deliver
the charge and offer the bless-
A gathering of more than 250
were present at the reception
tendered to the spiritual leader
of Congregation Schaarei ^cdcK
and his wife. Rabbi and Mrs. bi-
mon April. The reception was
given by the congregation ana
auxiliary with Maurice man serving as chairman of the
evening. Others on the program
incjuded Nat Blumberg. presi-
dent: J. Socobff. Milton Weincr.
and Mrs. Ida Buekstein, president
of the auxiliary, who presented
the guests of honor with a gift
Max Kupf.rsL'in was chairman
of arrangements aassisted by
Max Rappaport. Max Mintzer,
Sam Silver, and S. Rosenblum.
Serving as chairman for the La-
dies Auxiliary v: >s Mrs. M. Kup-
ferstein assisted by Mrs. B. Sok-
oloff. Mrs. M. Mintzer and Mrs.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
ing for each confirmant individ-jMax Jacobskind. In the rcceiv-
ually. ing line were Mrs. S. Miller. Mrs.
Louis Heiman. superintendent, Gold and Mrs. A. Saslow. The
of the Sunday School, will pre-, entertainment committee con-
sent nine young men and women
with diplomts.
The confirmants are Stanley
Samuel S. Kershbaum. record-.
mg secretary of this organization I Apte. Eli Argintar. Doris Bach-
since its inception, was given a man. Roslyn Barco. Blossom Ber-
farewell party through the efforts nard. Charlotte Blumberg Har-
of Dr. and Mrs Z. K. Sabshin at'vey Edelstein, Maurice Ehrlich.
sisted of Mrs. D. Kleber and Mrs.
M. Kostoff,
I. W. V. AUXILIARY
their home. The occasioh was
the regular monthly board meet-
ing of the Beach District.
Philip Salmon was designated
to take over the duties left by
Mr. Kershbaum untU his return
some time in the early fall.
The meeting decided to pre-
sent a shelf of Zionist books to
the Miami Beach Public Library.
Books suitable for this purpose
are solicited from the interested
public.
The president, Shepard Broad,
discussed the plan and progress
of the sale of trees in the Mar-
vin Bronner grove. Dr. A. M.
l.ipkind gave the Jewish Nation-
al Fund report and spoke on the
early history of the Zionist Or-
ganization as a world body.
Raymond Rubin, Isidor Gold-
stein, Archie Brick and Isidore
Golldberg were added to the
ln>ard of directors.
Cultural membership meetings
and the continuance of all its
programs and activities through-
out the summer was agreed on
hy the directors of the Beach Zi-
onist District.
BETH JACOB
Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold
their annual spring social Mon-
day. June 7. at 1:30 p. m. Carl's
Miami Beach Service Men's Cen-
ter will be the scene of the event
located at 1711 Alton Rd. Mah
jongg and cards will be enjoyed
by those attending and refresh-
ments will be served under the
direction of Mrs. Sarah Dorfman,
assisted by a committee. Mrs.
Benjamin H. London, Sisterhood
president, urges all members and
friends to attend as the proceeds
will bo applied to the Sisterhood
Welfare program.
Gloria Fox. Louise Gans. Eugene
Heiman. Taubie Jacobskind. Do-
reen Kaler, Robert Katims. Es-
telle Levy. Yvette Margulies,
Jerry Merlin. Rosalyn Morris,
Leah Pearlman. Harriet Rand,
Jerome Rauzin. Sharon Rossin,
Marvin R u b e n s t e i n. Lola
Schwartz. Irwin Shargaa, Bcrnice
The Jewish War Veterans Aux-
iliary, represented by Kate Marx.
Minnie Kline, and Rose Zalis.
visited the Pancoast Hotel, now a
government hospital, on the
Beach, taking ash trays and smok-
ing stands for the convalescing
service men there and at the
Gulfstream Hospital. For the
men in hospitals they are subs-
Sidle. Marion Silverman, Walter [cribing to several magazines, as
Traurig. and Jay Washer. Teach- well as furnishing books of favor-
er's diplomas will be awarded to
Eileen Alpert. May Dolsky. Da-
vid Jacobs. Irene Jacobs. Roset-
ta Kline. Sonya Margulies. Rosa-
lyn Rabin. Solomon Singer, and
Zelda Svman.
HADASSAH
Miami Chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will install officers for the
coming season at a luncheon
Monday. June 14 at 12:30 P. M.
at the Versailles Hotel. Miami
Beach. Mrs. Harry Platoff is
taking reservations, and Mrs.
Milton Sirkin has arranged the
program and will serve as toast-
mistress. Mrs. Samuel Simon-
hoff. honorary president, will in-
stall the following officers:
President. Mrs. Edward I. Lo-
vitz; first vice president. Mrs.
Harry Platoff; second vice presi-
dent, Mrs. Benjamin Myers: third
vice president. Mrs. Charles Rat-
ner; recording secretary. Mrs.
George Greenspan: correspond inn
secretary, Mrs. Samuel Getzug:
financial secretary, Mrs. Louis
Heiman; treasurer, Mrs. Morris
Alpert.
A musical and cultural program
will follow the luncheon. Reser-
vations may be made by tele-
phoning Mrs. Platoff at 5-0163.
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help preserve Democracy.
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every American can join the buying line. You
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ite songs and popular music. Miss
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MIAMI SERVICE
LEAGUE
The Miami Service League of
the Y. M. H. A. requests that all
members be present at a regular
meeting to be held Monday eve-
ning. June 7th, at the Y. M. H. A.
Nominations and election of of-
ficers will be held. The nominat-
ing committee consisting of Mrs.
Lillian Friedman, chairman. Mrs.
Sara Furman, Mrs. Juliette Stone,
Mrs. Sadie Weinberg, and Mrs.
Jennie Levinson will present their
'slate. Plans will be completed
for an installation luncheon to be
held in the near future.
BETH SHOLOM
Sunday at 7:45 p. m. the con-
firmation program of Beth Sho-
lom will take place. Confirmants
are Eve Naomi Machtei, Myrene
Fox. Charles Greenberg, Nelson
Kemp, and David Tobin. A re-
ception for guests will follow
with mothers of confirmants as
hostesses
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On Monday noon. June 7th. in
Kaplan Hall. Temple Israel Sis-
terhood will hold its 1943 Donor
Luncheon. c ;?,.
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, Sister-
hood president, has announced
that the chairman for this event
will be Mrs. Harry Nevins. and
that an excellent luncheon, as
well as a most interesting pro-
gram, will feature the afternoon.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will give
a review of the currently popular
'One World" by Wendell Willkie,
and Evelyn Raff, soprano solo-
ist of the Temple Israel choir,
will offer a musical program.
The committee on reservations
is under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Harry Nevins and Mrs Sam Zin-
kow.
This affair is the first social
event of the Sisterhood under
its new administration, which was
elected at the May meeting of
the organization. The officers in-
clude Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. pres-
ident; Mrs. Morris Plant, first
vice president; Mrs. Sam Zin-
kow, second vice president; Mrs.
Frank .Perlman, correipondine
secretary; Mrs. Henry Kauff-
mann, assistant corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Janette Jacobs
recording secretary; Mrs Sam
Luby, financial secretary */.
Frank Coret treasurer; Mrs Bw'
man Wronker, auditor. The SU
terhood directors include Mrs"
Leo Ackerman Mrs. J r"'
stein. Mrs. Stella Hantman Mk
Manuel Joseloff, Mrs. Bern' I ,n
dau, Mrs. L. Lichtenstetter Wr
Harry Nevins, Mrs. Henry' Po-
lish, Mrs Louis Strauss arid Mrs
Leonard Epstein. b'
ORTHODOX CONG
SISTERHOOD
The Miami Jewish Orthodov
Sisterhood held a meeting Tups
day evening with Mrs Georee
Chertkof as guest speaker. Mn;
A. I. Orlansky was elected to
represent this body to the Amer-
ican Jewish Conference piarK
are being made for a card party
to be held at the home of Mrs
R. Sakowitz at 1533 S. W 3rd
St., Sunday. June 13. Q
On Mission of Mercy Overseas
"TO expand Its programs of reller
* and rehabilitation on behalf of
thousands of refugees in Portugal.
Spain. Switzerland and North Afri-
ca, the Joint Distribution Commit
lee, major American agency for ajd
to Jims overseas, has dispatched
vhese three noted social workers
tbroad. Reading from left to right,
'hey are: Kurt Peiser of Philadel-
phia. Donald Hurwitz of New
Haven, and Mordecal Kessler of
New York.
Peiser and Hurwitz are en route
to North Africa. They will assist
local relief committees there In St-
creasing Joint Distribution Ci
mitiee aid to refugees now being
released from internment and labor
camps, and to map civilian aid in
Tunisia. Kessler is travelling to
Portugal to act as an aide in the
rescue of children from Spain and
Portugal to the Western Hemis-
phere, and In the work of providing
augmented relief to thousands of
persons who escaped to Spain from
France.
Pelaer? Hurwlts and Kessler are
additions to the overseas stall ot
the Joint Distribution Committee.
which during 1942 alone appropri-
ated $7,250,000 for Its work et
mercy. It plans shortly to send an-
other representative to the Middle
East in connection with the rescue
ot refugee youngsters and adults
from onM JBBB1 to Palestine.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1943
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
PAGE THREE
ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Fine-
man, 2198 S. W. 17th St., are an-
nouncing the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Bebe Fineman to
CorP' Geor8e Joseph Prusoff, U.
S. A. A. F., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Prusoff, 1687 S. W. 10th
street.
Both Miss Fineman and Cor-
poral Prusoff attended Miami
high school and were graduated
from the University of Miami
Corporal Prusoff is a member of
Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. No
date has been set for the wed-
ding.
WEDDINGS
Miss Norma Kupferberg. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Kupfer-
berg of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Pvt.
Sigmund Berkowitz were mar-
ried last week by Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky. Pvt. Berkowitz is the
son ol the late Judge and Mrs
Isaac Berkowitz, formerly of
Lakewood, N. J., and winter vis-
itors of Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin. 430
N. E. 20th street, announce the
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Dorothy Ann, to Lt.
Maurice Serotta. The ceremony
will be performed jointly by Dr
Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman, and will take
place at their home Tuesday,
June 8th, at noon. Ruth Wol-
kowsky will play the piano and
Mrs. N. Doug Raff will sing. Im-
mediate members of the families
will be present at the ceremony,
to be followed by a buffet lun-
cheon.
Guests from out of the city ex-
pected to attend the wedding in-
clude Mrs. William D. Jacobson
and Mrs. Isaac Rosenberg, of
Baltimore. Maryland, sisters of
the bride's mother; Mrs. N. E.
Weinstein, Rocky Mount, N C
sister of the bride's father; Israel"
^'"'.Kparioke, Va., brother of
the brides father. Officer broth-
ers of the bride and groom who
will ; 'tend, if leaves are granted
them, include Lt. Robert B
Levin, stationed at Fort Knox
i .y-,s.?nd hV Max Serotta and
1*1. SUM Schonberger, stationed
fft Camp Blanding, Florida.
The bride was graduated last
week from the University of Mi-
ami, with an A.B. degree She
was a member of Nu Kappa Tau
highest women's honorary, and
editor of this year's Ibis, student
yearbook. She attended Miami
Beach Senior high school.
The groom is a first lieutenant
United States Army Air Forces
Dental Corps, and is stationed at
the Army Air Base in Waycross,
c .., I? tne son of David
berotta of Saratoga Springs. New
York. He received both his den-
tal and undergraduate degrees
from the University of Illinois,
the former in 1942.
After the wedding the couple
1 Ieave by car for Waycross,
and will take a train from there
to New York City and Saratoga
Springs, where they will visit the
grooms family. After June 21st
they will be at home at 604 Hicks
street, Waycross.
A kitchenware and linen show-
er for the bride was given on
Tuesday. June 1, by Mrs. James
B. Law, 1401 S. W. Fifth street.
College friends were invited.
BAR MITZVAH
During the regular services at
Beth David this Saturday morn-
,nK at 9:30. Paul, the son of Mr
and Mrs. Wm. Cootner. will be-
co.me, b" mitzvah. A reception
will follow.
PERSONALS
MrsBen Silver and daughter,
May Ellen. 1740 S. W. 11th St.
left Tuesday for Norfolk. Va.,
Where they will visit Mrs Sil-
vers parents and friends.
Mrs. A. J. Tobin left Monday
to spend some time in Rochester
Minnesota.
I am most grateful to trie
citizens of Miami Beach
for the confidence they
have placed in me!
MAYOR
MITCHELL
WOLFSON
City of Miami Beach
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and
daughter, Sarah Rae, leave today
for New York where they will
attend the graduation of their
son and brother, Howard. He
will receive his commission as an
ensign in the navy.
Nathan Aronovitz, son of Dr
and Mrs. S. Aronovitz, was grad-
uated from the University of Flo-
rida with honors as a pre-med
student. He left last Sunday for
New York where he is taking spe-
cial courses at Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Roth of
Miami Beach will leave one day
after Shvuos for Nebraska to
r^'L W,tu thcif son- Dr- Edwin
Roth who enlisted in govern-
ment services as P. A. Surgeon
and now serves there. After the
visit with their son. they will go
to Asheville, N. C. and Sara-
toga Springs for the whole sum-
Freddie Freeman, son of Dr.
;', Mrf- I' Frceman. has just
returned from Gainesville. Fla
He will return to his studies there
after a two week stay. He is
M,''rr?randu?n of Mr and Mrs-
Morris Dubler.
Miss Leona Kumins left this
week for a two weeks vacation.
She will visit Boston and New
York spending her time with rel-
atives and friends.
H.,Mr;,anduM,rs- Saul Kenholz and
i daughter Helene will leave Miami
Beach June 7th for New York
where they meet another daugh-
ter, Roslyn. They will then
journey to Saratoga Springs for
a short stay and continue to the
mountains where they will va-
Sfh!?"- M.ru arid Mrs- Kenholz,
while in the North, will cele-
verea 25th weddin anni"
_Miss Mona Rubin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rubin. 1324
Lenox avenue has returned to
this city for the summer. Miss
rife, "f'f ,auStudent at the Univer-
sity of Alabama and a member of
Sigma Delta Tau Sorority.
trM,'SirS- ,Auslander and daugh-
ters, Evelyn and Muriel, "re
leaving for New York, Saturday
mT a\ Ihe-y wi 'irst visit
Mrs. Auslander's sister in Jack-
sonville for a few days and then
will proceed North where the
wedding of Evelyn will take
q,mHS;Ciia L- Bcrliner left last
Sunday for Mew York for a
months Visit with friends and
anrI1 mS- Her SOn lcft with "er
and upon hls return will be in-
ducted into the navy
Mrs. Waiter Lazarus, who has
been residing in Raleigh, N C
for the past few months, is here'
3582 hrV paronts' M'- and Mr*
imi cs ^"'cnwald of 610 S W
IOth avenue.
JXhZ fJ Barad;'*h returned re-
? rZtfVOm a two 'months' visit
to California.
Mrs. John Kronenfeld and in-
ant son. is visiting friends and
relatives here. She arrived by
Plane from Waco, Texas, where
Mr. Kronenfeld is connected with
the government. En route here
she visited in Atlanta.
Dave Emmer spent several days
here this week with his family
He returned to Norfolk.
FORBID CONTRACTS TO
FIRMS MAKING QUERY
Washington (WNS)Upon the
recommendation of the Presi-
dent's Committee on Fair Em-
ployment Practice, the Office of
the Provost Marshal-General an-
nounced this week that hence-
forth all war contracts will con-
tain a clause forbidding war
plants to make private investi-
gations of the race, color or creed
of applicants for employment.
The clause was inserted, it was
reported, after an investigation
showed that a number of large
war plants in the New York area
were engaging private investiga-
ting firms to check on the race
color or creed of prospective em-
ployees. This practice is in di-
rect violation of the President's
Executive Order 8802, which for-
bids war industries to discrimin-
ate in employment because of
race, color or creed.
DESTROYS UMITV.
INI HELPS NAZIS
BLOCK LEADERS NOW
ASK FOR TYPEWRITERS
tAL }he first zone meeting
?l nfd! ft,unty Defense Coun-
cil BIock Plan leaders in council,
headquarters. Central school
Monday, women who comprise
the panel decided to enlist block
leaders in the "typewriters to
war campaign.
Every Dade county home will
be contacted by council block
plan associates in an effort to
procure 1,200 typewriters, Dade
county quota, to be sold, lent or
leased to the government for the
duration. Every usable type-
writer, except portables from,
? type to date will be sought '
Mrs Sydney L. Weintraub.
chief block leader, and Mrs. Ro-
ger Robinson, assistant, and mem-
bers of executive committee, met
with panel, for which Mrs. Tom I
Wood is June chairman.
Berne (WNS)The thesis that
anti-Semitism destroys the na-
tional unity of the democracies
and plays into the hands of Adolf
Hitler was supported this week
by no less an authority than Nazi
Propaganda Minister GoebbeLs.
An article distributed by the
Nazi party press service for fore-
ign consumption stated that "the
Jewish problem has become a
, world problem" and that "co-
operation" among anti-Semitic-
elements in the United Nations
will aid the Nazi war cause.
"There cannot be any peace be-
tween us and the Jews, there-
fore we are doing all we can to
attract attention in the countries
iof our enemies to the Jewish
problem." the Nazi press service
said. "Only history knows to
what extent anti-Semitism a-
mong our enemies can change
matters in our favor.
"We know that our realistic
attitude can lead to the fact that
anti-Semitism may become a
world-wide movement. As the
war goes on. there is increasing
evidence that our enemies are
be coming aware of the existence
of a Jewish problem and this may
increasingly influence the future
conduct of the war.
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More than 16,000 gift kiln hive been
distributed through the Women's Di-
vision of the Jewish Welfare Board
at ports of embarkation to American
service mm on outgoing transport*
and in hospitals. Made by workers a(
the Victory Kit Workroom in the
Hotel Savoy Plaia in New York City,
thr kits contain shaving cream, soap
and soap container, toothpaste, chew-
ing gum, a trench mirror, comb, sew.
ing kit, pencil, raxor blades, and ciga-
rettes or cards. Under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Charles H. Bernhrim,
more than 125 women spend five days
each week at this workroom as-
sembling and packing gifts. The-e arc
the women who on 24 hours notice
supplied 200 Christmas kits to Lt.
Commander Robert Kail* of They
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ia supported entirely by voltintnr*
contribution!. Above, they are- I
rowMrs. Mark Heyman, Mrs. Leo
Guiterman, Mrs. Ernestine Stamm,
Mrs. Benjamin Loewenthal, Mrs.
Charles H. Bernheim. Far rightMrs.
Blanche Freeman. LeftMrs. Oscar
Herzog. RightMrs. Leo Levy, Mrs.
Phineas Sondheim, Mrs Fannie Mug-
den.
The distribution or thousand's of
send-off and utility kits it one of the
ervice activities for the armed forces
of the Women's Division of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, which
celebrated ita first anniversary April
18thfittingly in the very week of the
Passover festival which has' always
symbolised freedom. Headed by Mrs.
Alfred R. Bachrach, the Women's Di-
vision is the sponsor of the Serve-A-
I amp project which will be expanded
to include every military camp in
I of such aid.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY.
SIVAN 1, 5703
VOLUME 16
JUNE 4.
NUMBER 23
MAYOR WOLFSON
Miami Beach voters endorsed the election
of Mitchell Wolfson in a manner that evidenc-
ed the respect they hold for his capability and
record of past achievement. In line with this
endorsement the council chose him as Mayor.
The press and community leaders point out
the deserving selection of Mitchell Wolfson
and speak of the unusual ability, soundness,
force and leadership he has already shown as
councilman.
We congragulate Mayor Wolfson and the
citizenry of Miami Beach. We know that un-
der his guidance the glories of Miami Beach,
renown throughout the World, will be enhanc-
ed.
Nazi reports reveal that Jews in parts of
Bulgaria, fearing deportation to Nazi-occupied
Poland, are fleeing to Italian-held Albania.
SHVUOS
Rededication of faith and a reconsecration
for religious values are the great themes of
the Jewish festival of Shuvos, or the Feast of
Weeks, which will be celebrated Wednesday
and Thursday.
Originating as a festival marking the end
of the grain harvest, it developed, after the fall
of the Temple, into a commemoration of the
Giving of the Law to Moses on Mount Sinai.
Shuvos celebrates the transformation of the
Jewish people from a band of wanderers stum-
bling out of Egypt into a religious people with
a spiritual document and mission.
Certainly significant in our day is a holiday
dedication to such aims. Today, fighting for
a better world, a world filled with ethical and
moral principles, we can eagerly appreciate
the Festival of Shuvos.
sporai f o ii
Mill JEWRY
IS HELD If NAZIS
Zurich (WNS)Dr. William
Filderman, courageous spokes-
ii .in of Rumanian Jewry and for-
mer ; r< sident of the Union of
Jewish Communities in that
country, has been arrested in
Bucharest on orders from violent-
ly anti-Semitic Premier Ion An-
tonescu, the Nazi news agency
DNB reported this week.
Dr. Filderman, whose health
has been broken by the constant
pressure of representing the Jews
of Ru nania before the Nazi-do-
minat d Rumanian Government,
will bi examined by a state doc-
tor and will then be sent to a
concentration ramp, the Nazi
agency said. Tl 11 added
that tl i police had i arch-
J : r for
.
Dr Filderman was char
Ku-
cial levy
if 4
ly$ 10 which l
lemai
munity by
I thi
i rovei nn i I
I
on of all li..' J .
to Transnistria, where thousands
of Jews have died within the
last two years of starvation, epi-
demics and brutal treatment by
Nazi and Rumanian troops.
Meanwhile, it was reported.
the Nazi-controlled Rumanian
has intensified its anti-Jcw-
ish campaign to counteract a
growing feeling of resentment
g the population against the
governments treatment of J'
Porunca V*n mi, i ifficial organ of
the notoriously pro-Nazi Iron
1 irds, stated this week that
"the only i ossible solution of the
Jewish problem is the expulsion
of the last Jew from the Europ-
ean continent."
RUSSIAN JEWS COMING
TO THE UNITED STATES
Kuibyshev (WNS)A delega-
tion of two prominent Russian
Jews. S Mikoels, chairman of
Jewisl Anti-Fascist (
mittee and a well-known Jewish
and Isaac Feff< i. one of
ling Jewish poets,
iet Union for the
t anni iunci d
Jewish Anti-

This : : nd visit
Ihi first on<
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s ii Jewish
ion pi
hi aded by M.
London(WNS)A new ordin-
ance baring Jews from residence
in Amsterdam and thus complet-
ing the ban against them in all of
Nazi-occupied Holland was re-
ported this week by the Aneta
news agency.
Previous ordinances by the
German authorities had prohib-
, ited Jews from hvhig in all other
> parts of the country. Wholesale
arrests had been reported in pro-
gress for some time. The Dus-
'n ru wspaper, Der Mittag,
said the decree was issued on
May 14.
The Nazi had gradually in-
ed 1 persi cutions and
am ats oi Jew- since the first
of their occupation of the
but no formal bar
ence i xisted until recent-
ly. Then April lo i for
. inning of the i vacuation
Ji ight of the
try' ll provinces, the vie-
to ing si nt to concentration
ultimate nt to
'I' ning thn e provinces
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REFUGEE REPORT ....
Eddie Cantor is head over heels in a one-man fund-raising
campaign ... He has set himself a quota of half a million dollars,
to be used for refugee children in Palestine ... To Bernard Postal,
B'nai B'rith's national publicity director, we are indebted for the
interesting news (received only now, because of wartime delays
in communication) that five tons of vitamin-enriched flour pro-
vided by the Red Cross to a group of refugee Polish Jews ia
Southern Russia, were received in time for the refugees to use
the flour for Passoved matioth The flour was turned over to
some rabbis at Teheran, where the Red Cross maintains a ware-
house for relief operations, and then the Soviet government, by
prearrangement, transported the flour from Teheran and deliv
ered it to the refugee camp.
YOU SHOULD KNOW ....
A valued member of the Nelson Rockefeller Good Neighbor
organisation staff is Diego Rivera, the Mexican painterwho re-
members with a sardonic chuckle the time, a few years ago. when
the Rockefellers protested so violently against the murals he had
painted in Radio City that said murals were covered over .
Saul Kleiman's recently published "Anthology of Rashi" has been
hailed as an outstanding work invaluable to students and teach-
ers ... Mr. Kleiman. who lives in Kansas City, has just finished
a comprehensive biography of Rashi. comprising twenty-two
chapters And, believe it or not. its publication is being held
up for lack of funds Loftus G. Clark tells us that we should
not let ourselves be awed by the title of General A. F. Lorenzen.
Retired, whom we mentioned some columns ago The title
stems from the militia, not from the National Guard or Regular
Army, and was bestowed on the General by the late Governor
Frank Lowden for political services. Mr. Clark adds ... If the
mailmal should bring you a bulletin bearing the masthead "Na-
tional Council for Civil Liberties." don't let it fool you Its
editor is James Smythe. the notorious anti-Semite, operation from
a New York office located at 401 West 46th Street.
HAVE YOU HEARD ....
Have you heard the one about little Sammy coming home
from religious school all excited, and enthusiastically reporting to
his mother that he'd been learning about the "Ten Commandos?"
And have you heard the new parallel being drawn between Na-
poleon and Hitler? ... It runs like this: In 1804 Napoleon be-
came emperor of Franceand 129 years later, in 1933, Hitler be-
came dictator of Germany ... In 1812 Napoleon attacked Russia
129 years later Hitler followed his example In 1814 Napol-
eon's downfall began with his exile to Elba, and 1815 brought
him his Waterloo Sowhat do you expect will happen to
Adolf in 1943 and '44, exactly 129 years after these events?
STAGE AND SCREEN ....
The Fourth of July War Bond Rally at the Hollywood Bowl
will feature two famed violinistsJascha Heifetz and Jack Benny.
Playwright John Wexley has been assigned the writing of a new
film, on Malta Too bad. John, that the State Department
turned thumbs down on your film treatment of General Mark
Clark's exciting exploits Leslie Howard, our favorite English
actor, who is probably the greatest Jewish actor England ever
produced, is lecturing in Portugal on behalf of the British gov-
ernment You can't keep a good man down: Alex Cohen,
youthful producer of the Broadway smash hit "Angel Street."
who entered the army as a private a few months ago. is now
Sergeant Cohen Al Jolson is wonderingand who can blame
him?why the Hollywood moguls are breaking their heads to
find a suitable actor to play the stellar role in his screen biogra-
phy He has hopes of being asked to play the part in the final
portion of the film ... if that isn't too sensible a course for any
Hollywood mogul to take Filmland, incidentally, has a new
player of Nazi parts His name is Louis Adlon. and he is the
son of the famous owner of Berlin's famous hotel Adlon ... He
hasn't heard from his family for a long timethat's why he's so
careful to portray Nazis as extremely hateful and thoroughly dis-
gustinq fellows.
ABOUT PEOPLE ....
A record-breaking IQ was scored by an army private the
other day The onvate was Robert Nathan, who had been
head of the War Production Board's Planning Division until he
resigned to enlist, and his score was 159 out of a possible 162
points ... A big government job is said to be in prospect for
Bernard Gimbel. of the department store Gimbels ... We didn't
even know that the late lit. Sigmund Freud had a son (though
we have, we believe, reoorted to you that his daughter, Anna
Freud, is active in child psychology work in England) But.
anyway, it now appears that this son. Oliver by name, has just
arrived in this country Congratulations to Jeannetta. neice
of veteran Zionist worker. Isaac Carmel, on the occasion of her
marriage to Sid Scheingarten George Jessel. whose autobi-
ography. "So Hclo Me." isn't exactly wowing the reading public,
will fly to England to entertain our troops there Herbert
Jacobi. who runs a Manhattan night club, some years ago held
the position of secretary to the then Premier Leon Bloom of
France Helena Rubinstein, the beauty expert, is entering a
new field, according to her publicity agent, she's said to be re-
cruiting a women's land army of her ownand undoubtedly will
come out with a new line of cosmetics for the farmerette.
WEEKLY GIGGLE ....
In Norway, confides Leonard Lyons, a group of native lad*
recently were watching some Naxi soldiers digging deep trench**
intended to stop any Allied attempt at invasion "This is our
reuhrer s latest strateov." the soldiers told the youngsters, as
tney dug deeper and deeper But the kids weren't impressed-
vo you mean." asked one young Norseman, "that Hitler now
planning to attack Chiang Kel-shek from the rear?"
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I RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX | BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
f>t S. W. 17 Aye.. Miami
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKT. Rakbl
1J5W1S OREEN. Sexton
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
6:30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky, conducting and ad-
dressing the congregation Satur-
day morning on "Three condi-
tions of the Jewish Law."
Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m.
Rabbi Rackovsky: "The Scale of
Marriage." Mishnah and Jew-
ish Laws and Customs group
meets daily at 7:15 and 7:50 p. m.
Shvuos services are scheduled
for Tuesday, June 8 at 7:45 p. m.,
Wednesday, June 9 at 9:00 a. m.,
and 7:00 p. m.; Thursday, June
10 at 8:30 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Rabbi Rackovsky will conduct
services and speak during the
first day morning services on the
subject of "Sanctified Leaders."
and during the second day morn-
ing services on the subject of
"Ruth." Memorial services Thurs-
day at 10:30 a. m.
w nsii Ave. and 3rd St., Miami I:-.. ii l
MOSES MBSCHELOFF, Rabbi
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Saturday, 9 a. m. services:
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff preach-
ing. Cantor Maurice Mamches j
chanting. Early Sabbath services, j
7 a. m. Sabbath afternoon: Rabbi
Mescheloff discoursing. Service
men's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs.
Ethel Schafron.
Shvuos services Tuesday eve-
ning, Wednesday and on Thurs-
day with Yiskor at 10 a. m.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Morris
Pinkus will take place Sunday,
June 6th at Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery, at 2 P. M. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will officiate and arrange-
ments will be under the direction
of Emanuel Gordon. Friends are
asked to be present.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
Mil Buclldafcve.. Miami Beach
ABRAHAM^D. WOLF, Cantor
Friday. 7:30 p. m., Kabalos
Shabos.
Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor,
and the Center choir will conduct
the musical services.
Saturday morning, services:
Guest Speaker. Saturday Sha-
losh Seudes 7 p. m. Refresh-
ments and community singing.
Daily services mornings and eve-
ninRS- ^
Shvuos services Tuesday eve-
ning, Wednesday and on Thurs-
day with Yiskor at 10 a. m.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
635 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.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
1545 8. W. Third St.. Miami
SIMON APRIU Rabbi
Services: Friday 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April:
"A Wilderness of Thorns."
Shalosh Sudos, 6:00 p. m.
Shvuos services Tuesday eve-
ning, Wednesday and Thursday.
Daily services morning and
evening.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
139 X. W. Third Ave., Miami
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
IX>UIS HATMAN. Cantor
Friday, 7 p. m.: Kabbalas Sha-
bos service.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
6:45 p. m.
Shvuos will be ushered in on
Tuesday, June 8th, at sunset.
Services will be conducted Wed-
nesday and Thursday mornings
at 8:30. Yiskor services Thurs-
day at 10:30. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Cantor Louis Hayman
Will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro
will discuss the subject, "The
Covenant Stands." Junior ser-
vices will be conducted Wednes-
day morning at 10:30 o'clock.
Daily services morning and
evening. ---------
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St., Miami
COL.MAN A. ZWITMAN, Rabbi
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D
Rabbi Emeritus
Services will be continued at
Temple Israel during the sum-
mer months on Fridays at 8:15
p. m. Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will conduct.
The Festival of Weeks, Shvuos,
will be observed at services on
Tuesday evening, June 8th. at
8:15 o'clock and Rabbi Zwitman
will speak on the significance of
this festival at the evening ser-
vice.
Morning services for the fes-
tival will be conducted on Wed-
nesday morning, June 9th, at 11
o'clock.
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e s
By Paul Weitzman
Dr. Louis Nusbaum
New President at National Farm School
RABBINICAL BODY WILL
HOLD STUDY COURSE
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, will conduct a
Study Course on Jewish Post
War Problems, to which the pub-
j lie is invited. This course will
! begin July 12th at Beth David.
I and followed on July 19th at
[Beth Jacob, at 8:30 p. m. and
thereafter each Monday even-
j ing alternately at these two
i places.
A Rabbi of the Rabbinical As-
' sociation will lead the discussion
' each week.
RABBI MACHTEI ON WQAM
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st St.. Miami Bench
S. M. MACHTEI. Rubbl
Friday, 8:15 p. m., service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Before
and After the Torah." Social pe-
riod. Sisterhood as hostesses.
Saturday. 9:30 a. m., service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching
on weekly portion. Mincha 7
p. m. Service men's Se'udah
Shlishis 7:15 p. m., Chaplain Har-
old H. Gordon presiding.
Shvuos services Tuesday eve-
ning. Wednesday and on Thurs-
day with Yiskor at 10 a. m.
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SAMl'KL. HAI..EVI BARON, Rabbi
Services: Friday, 8 p. m.
Religious School: Sunday, 10
a. m.
Sisterhood business meeting,
Monday, 8 p. m.
Shvuos service Wednesday at
10:00 a. m.
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Servicemen's Center
canteen, Wednesday. 6 to 11 p. m.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. of Beth
I Sholom Center, will be the guest
speaker on the Rabbinical As-
sociation program over station W.
Q. A. M. at 9:15 a. m. on Sunday.
His subject will be "Contracted
Under Duress."
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Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
Sholem Lodge No. 1024 is a
bee-hive of activities, these days,
With one meeting after another, ,
and the next one is to be held on
Sunday afternoon, 4 o'clock, June
6th, 1943. at Beth David Talmud
Torah, at 135 N. W. Third Ave..
Miami.
The delegates to the convention
of District Five. B'nai B'rith. are
back from Asheville, N. C, and
will give a report on the activi- j
ties and accomplishments. Pre-
pared to submit proposals to the
convention which will be of |
benefit to the Greater Miami
community, members at the com-
ing meeting will learn how they
have fared.
American Jewish Conference
Delegates
At the meeting Sunday, June
6th, Sholem Lodge will elect two
representatives, as its, choice, as
delegates to the American Jew-
ish Conference. The two poten-
tial delegates, so named and
elected, together with represen-
tatives elected by all other Jew-
ish organizations in this com-
munity will, at a subsequent date,
participate in a run-off election,
to determine the two delegates
to the American Jewish Confer-
ence. This section of Florida is \
entitled to two delegates, only,
to the conference, hence the ne- :
cessity of first having every Jew- ,
ish organization designate its
particular choice, and then deter-
mine, in general conclave as-
sembled, to whom the high honors
of representing Jewry in this
area shall fall.
The two delegates who will
eventually be elected to repre-
sent the entire area, will attend
the American Jewish Conference,
and meet with delegates from
every other section of the coun-
try.
Members are urged to come to
the meeting on Sunday. June 6th,
as they should be vitally inter-
ested in designating their choice.
In the final analysis, the two
delegates elected to the confer-
ence will be the voice of south-
eastern Florida.
Blood Donor Drive
B'nai B'rith is still trying to
obtain 500 blood donors by the
end of this month, for the Dade
i County Blood Bank. The volun-
teers, so far, constitute only a
fraction of the membership, and
unless volunteers appear in far
greater numbers than heretofore,
the "campaign" will never attain
its objective.
It is a sad commentary, that
despite constant urgings, the re-
sponse is comparatively negli-
gible. The appeals for blood
donors are constantly being made
over the radio, throughout the
nation, and not limited to Great-
er Miami. The need for blood
plasma is recognized; the patriotic
spirit of blood donors is lauded
but still the response is small.
Call the B'nai B'rith office.
3-6391. and you will be told how
simple the procedure, and how
conveniently it can be accom-
plished. Members who have not
returned a reply post card re-
cently mailed to them, are urged
to do so at once.
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NOTES
Governor Sends Typewriters to Fighting Front
BT HAHHY SCHWARTZ
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Rationing Board Grants Home
Camp Request
Wo arc pleased to announce
that the Dade County Rationing
Board has approved our request
for points for food for the Home
Camp. We express our thanks to
Mr. Leonard P. Ireland. Sr.,
chairman of the board, who was
very courteous and cooperative
with our committee. We also ex-
fore the Rationing Board. I .".,..* .. .V.W. hd,w Uam In one
Diamondball
Over forty men of the Y. M. H.
A. appear every Sunday morning
at the Riverside Playground. S.
W. 4th Street and 8th Avenue
to participate in diamondball
practice. According to Frank
Rose, chairman of the Athletic
Committee, inter-mural games
are I eing held now every Sundaj
1 and within the next few weeks, a
..wi im.i a ii-uin in one
of tin service leagues sponsored
y the City of Miami Recreation
Commission, All those interested
Again we must call the atten-
tion of the g public to im-
mediate n ::. The en-
rollment is limit* .1 and chil
will be given priority in the i r-
der of theii registration. Wl i ..
our limit has been res
further children will be admitted
until a vacancy occurs. We have
publicized this time and
again and we cannol stress it too
strongly. suuuown luesaay, June k.
in the next issue of these col-, until 8 P. M. Thursday. June 10
umns we will announce the j 1943. This is due to the Shevuoth"
names of our staff. I Holidays
in diamondball are asked to come
every Sunday morning to the
j Riverside Plavground for prac-
| lice.
Building -CJosed for Shevuoth
VTolidays
The V M. H A buUding will
I e closed for activities beginning
sundown Tuesday. June 8. 1943
Sergeant Joseph Gajewski and Trivatc Percy McLaughlin of Dale Mabrv Rdl .
nor Hollands desk, two typewriters going: from the governor's capitol office t k e from
Bhows typewriters in use on a bomber, taking down swiftly and accurately orriVr **f front-
Governor Holland's desk, two typewriters going from the governor's mmMt^m'tTW^y6 from
Inset shows typewriters in use on a bomber, taking down swiftly and accurately order. J^f ,ront-
radio. Typewriters also sail on warships and go to field command post, o"the arm,fl? Jcrp,v^ by
Ma's quota is 2,500 typewriters for the armed servLcs Uuouh civilian >JL J JJZLl" *"" "'-
FOR ien POLO
Of 0. s.
New York (WNS)An appeal
to Prime Ministt r Winston
Churchill to pledge Gnat Brit-
ain to re-examine us pr sent
policy in Palestine "so that th.
victory
insure
al last brought nearer the pro-
spect of victory over the forces
ol a ruthless and terrible barbar-
ism, and when on the other hand
the agony of the Jewish people
oi Europe approaches a tragic
climax unexampled in Jewish
history, To the Jews of Europi
tortured and facing yet unimag-
ined horrors, a Palestine still of- i
fers the one bop.' of immediate
ie and of ultimate survival I
as a people
"We appeal to you in behall ol
those no longer in a position to
appeal for themselves for that
word ol reassurance which will
make that hope a reality. We
jo. Jypewmers also sail on warships and go to field command posts of the army in T ** by
eVZent tyPCWritcrs for thc armed **** civilian salJs at SSE^iSm |/5.
Ida
government.
y in Palestine "so that the maKe tnat hope a reality. We
ry of the United Nations will ?annot accept and do not believe
e also the re-establishment I v??J a Phey conceived in wholly
ol the Jews as a nation m then '- circumstances as part
ancient homeland" was made this ".: program of appeasement, now
week by the American Kmer- discredited and discarded, can
gency Committee for Zionist Af- Preva lr> the face of the com
rs. in behalf of all Zionist '" v of the unpre-
he United States lented situation which now
its the Jewish people Wc
groups in the United States!
Delivered to Mr. Churchill
tne eve oi his departure from
Washington, where he has
conferring with Pre i li nl Roose-
velt and other top-ranking Amer-
ican and British military offic-
ials on luture Allied strategy tl i
"can Zionist appeal, sign-
ed by Dr. Steph.n S. Wise read:
"We address ourselves to
Mr. Prime Minister, at
when the sacrifices and ,
forts of the United Nations have
let Me Get You Some
c.ann i -I and do not u -
thai Britain's greal Prime
Minister who has led his own
people through the valley ol
and who has in the past
aliantly and truly expr.
the conscn nee ol Britaii
sisting on the full discharge ol
it; solomn obligation to the Jew-
ish people, will fail in this grave
the,;" w'u',"; u"r "" word '
- ef-lwill restore hope to .....lions now I
in despair.
"We ask you, Mr Prime Minis-
,r- '> thai Great Britain.
tiue to Its obligations, uni I ,
true to its promi.se to the Jew-
'sb people and in the light ol that
promise will re-examine its pre-
sent policy in Palesthv i that
the Victory of the United Nations
Kit^rfrt! as" the re-establish-
ment of the Jews a.s a nation in
men ancient homeland."
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Dr. Barney Weinkle has been
appointed physician of the Y.
,, Al Home Camp nd he
T-,L ex children at the "Y" on Sunda?
SHE* 13' at I0 'c>:k-'
Children must be registered by
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at 824 Washington Ave.
1 he Treasury sees the only
course open to it. is higher taxes
or larger loans by the American
people. The payroll deduction
P'an now yielding a national
total ot S400.000.000 m war bonds
each month, and must be stepped
up to $600,000,000. To achieve
this end every business establish-
ment is asked to participate in
tins patriotic program of at least
JO i very payday for U. S. War
Bonds.
In Miami Beach the following
firms are among those who have
i '..ted in the Treasury plan
'.'' voluntary payr II deductions
' I thai all others will
i jW throuRh in their busim ss
Adae 4 Hoop r. Br. edings
Lincoln Rd, Drua Co., Chase Fed-
' ^'Savings & Loan Assn.. Ciw
Miami Beach, Mercantile Na-
Bank. Combs Funeral
"' inc ( ppeland & Therrel. Mor-
ns Brothers Bept. Store. Reed
' 'nict.on Corp., Forn it I.
Hainej, rhre, Sisters, Farrey's
inc., Wemkles Liquor. Land O"
Sun Dairies. Inc.. F. W. Wool-
worth Co Miami Beach Bay
Shore Co., Beach Mill & Supply
Co, .Miami Beach Federal Sav-
Sfrv -v"^'[- Wa^reen's. Sun
Tev r raSre,?UpSy Store- Tl'
Texas Co.. Walker-Skagseth Food
Ihon'A Inn'^KAT R*dw Sta-
tion. A 4 P. Co., A. S. BeckSho,
MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM
OUTLINED BY N. C. C. I.
Organizational setup for the
membership program planned bv
the Miami Round Table of the
.National Conference of Christ-
ians and Jews was outlined at a
meeting Monday of section and
divisional managi rs.
These Workers, under section
and division leaders will aid the
Hound Table's program to enlist
1.900 members to support the In-
ter-religious work oi the nation-
al confer, me. especially that
n< .v being carried on in military
camps.
Names of group managers who
Will serve under leaders in the
men s and women's sections are
Men s section. Harold Turk. Jo-
seph Rambain. Jack August. Rod-
Sw r-'S Sa";. Kanner- ,,;'"v
Sweet. George Coup, Tyler Saw-
yer, O J. Wilhams Garth Ak-
ndge, W.lham Lindsley, C. Clyde
Atkins Gerge Cummins. James
I Leddy and Henry Fleger
Women s division. Mrs Her-
;';;;;'s;-^;"'-'m. spemer. Mr'
I-'nnbdin Jones. Mrs W C
! Mrs. Moses Krieger. Mrs
' L. I earlman. Mrs Ada K
Joseph. Mrs Maxwdl Hyman.'
Mi ; "vii.an Kaplan. Mrs. Harry
Mi rS iNV g,izabeth Jewet?
;,': CC|1 lu,"'-- Mrs. E N
E fe-i '"" Fi.Straiht. Mrs. ?!
Mrs H Ti M" T Winter,
feeSIWalSgecombe "d Mrs!
BETORE TOU BUY
tEON ILIIH
with
METROPOLITAN
LIFE INS. CO.
Not Best Bicnut --
But-Bigy*
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
NERVOUS AND MENTAL
DISORDERS
cUntifwallT Treated
MIAMI RETREAT
FOUNDATION
Institute ef Neurologr
W. MIAMI AVE. at 71th St
Corp Car.; MarkeTs.TlSS
Co., Liggett s Drug.
I NEW WAR BONDSLOGAN!
i^-9ure U ut For Your-
self. ,s a new War Bond
MB that will be used as the
bu for a large advertisinq
program on a national scale
Soon to be released, the copy
ZHL I,m,, ?'ge family ex
penditure. showing amount that
budgeting will leave to be in
vested in War Bonds.
Buy War Savh^gTlw,.
PALM BEACH NOTES
Jewish noRmiAN.orncE. 22s s. olive street
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MBS. MARY SCHREBNICX ".....
SERVICE
9-2664
For a Cool. Delightful
Vacation. Stop at .
The Horowitz
Kosher Inn
All Rooms with Connecting
Bath and Running Water
RATES REASONABLE
331 First Are. W.
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
The United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over HU
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces tbe
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
U
311 Lincoln Roa4
Albion Bldg., Suit* 3041
MIAMI BEACH
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
First Lt Barney Blich.-r dent-
'u' .\'W-21 Hilcrest Blvd! grad-
I e J "\ ,he medical fu-ld ser-
Pa hT ;,t Carllsl<-' Barracks.
?S,^ved his DO at' N. %!:
Both El members held their an-
.. narry Ooodmark was <-hr.ir
man, assisted by Mrs A Wacj&"
man Mrs. N Shw(r J j"
se5vedZer R"fr-l-"-ts tore
|the4v.i2Ti,S,uto,r' h,,M- "<
for Mr Al M ?'V.e U d"""'<
IN V V..i \,M,'y,ls "f Kingsdon
were Mr and Bfc, H'm .y^M?
B. Cohen. Mr. Meyer of Philidaf:
Phia. brother of Mr. Meyer, and
Mrs. M. Schrebnick.
Among the high school gradu-
"jof 1943 were the Misses
{^hyllis Freeman, Yetta Green-
hrg. Helena Held, Annette Dub-
lin- and Sherlee Barish.
Products
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FRIDAY. JUNE 4, 1943
vJewlsti Flcridltari
PAGE SEVEN
WAR RECORDS
COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEO. M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. W. B. Director
greater mmmi rrhiv rrd nnuv lomminEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
SERVICE
PARADE!
A COMMUNITY PROJECT
"Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services"
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK. Chairman
MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chr.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sm.
EXECUTIVE COMMUTE!
Mrs. Walter Broastoa
Mn. Max Dobrin
Maurice Grossman
Louis Heixnan
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Morris Klass
Mrs. Murry Koran
Harry Markowlts
Nat Roth
Milton Sirldn
Joaaph Stain
Mrs. Herbert Walla*
Carl Weinkla
ABOUT OUR BOYS
MURRY ZOHN, son of Mrs.
Sophie Zohn, 922 S. W. 2nd St.,
has been transferred to Aviation
Mechanics School at the Jack-
sonville Technical Training Cen-
ter, Florida.
S/SGT. JOE AARONSON is
expected to spend a furlough at
the home of his parents, Mr. ana
Mrs. J. Aaronson, 1036 N. W. 63rd
St. during the latter part of the
month. Sgt. Aaronson is now
stationed at Muroc Air Base,
California.
Correcting a wrong impression
last week was the item in this
column about ABE SCHOEN-
FELD. Abo. who is in the U. S.
Navy, stationed in Jacksonville,
is the son of Mrs. Anna Schoen-
feld, residing at 1221 N. W. 6th
street.
Now stationed at Savannah,
Ga., PFC. MORRIS KATZ. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Katz, 746 S.
W. Fourth street, is home on fur-
lough for the first time in nine
months. His wife, who has been
with him during his training, ac-
companied him here.
ENSIGN MARVIN GOLDMAN.
former University of Miami stu-
dent and a Coral Gables resident,
revealed how German bombs
which dropped about 150 yards
from his ship went unnoticed
while U. S- -Nayy armed guard
gunners concentrated on knock-
ing out of the sky three Nazi
bombers which attacked a con-
voy bound from North Africa to
Britain. Ensign Goldman was
commissioned in the Naval Re-
serve last August and was as-
signed to armed guard duty im-
mediately after completing train-
ing. He made five cruises, in-
cluding two to North Africa.
Goldman's home is at 3914 Le-
June road, Coral Gables.
A former employe of the Fed-
eral Bureau of Investigation here,
A. KENNETH ALTSCHUL. sea-
man 2/c, is stationed at Jackson-
ville for radio instruction. The
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alt-
schul, 3035 N. W. 12th Ave.. he
will graduate June 17 and ex*
pects to be sent to gunnery
school. Seaman Altschul is a
former student at the University
of Miami.
ROBERT D. HAYS, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Desmond Hays, 900 16th
street, Miami Beach, graduated
from training school Friday in
Selma, Ala., and has been com-
missioned a second lieutenant in
the army air forces. He is a pur-
suit pilot.
PVT. MORTIMER FAY. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fay, 890 N. E.
76th street, is in Fort Bragg, N.
C., where he is taking his basic
training. Pvt. Fay, a former Uni-
versity of Miami student, has a
brother, PVT. ARTHUR FAY, in
the AAF at Chico, Cal.
A former Miami Beach hotel
operator, PVT. ABRAHAM W.
GER, has been seriously wound-
ed in the North African war
area, relatives here have been ad-
vised. Pvt. Ger enlisted in the
army 18 months ago, and went ov-
erseas a year ago with a field ar-
tillery unit. He was reported
wounded on May 6. His mother.
Mrs. Bessie Ger, 643 Jefferson
Ave., Miami Beach.
The following is some army
news of the children of Jacob
Korsakov, 443 S. W. 4th street.
Miami:
A daughter, SHIRLEY KORS-
AKOV received her training as a
WAAC at Fort Oglethorpe. Ga.
She was a graduate of the High
School of Commerce in Spring-
field, Mass., later employed by
Massachusetts Wholesale Drug
Co. before entering the service.
A son, LT. LEONARD KORS-
AKOV. of Army Engineering
Corps, is with the Public Rela-
tions Division.
Another son, SGT. EDWARD
CLARK of the American Air
forces, is now recommended for
O. C. S.
Another daughter., NELLIE, is
married to LT. MAURICE E.
LAVENE of the Administrative
branch of the Army Medical
Corps.
Name__________
Address (Home).
Date of Birth___
Date of Enlistment.
Name of Nearest Relative
Address___________________
Branch ef Service----------------
Service Address--------.--------
TeL No.------------------------
Relationship
Rank
.Outfit.
Promotions, honors, awards, ads of heroism, casualty or ether
rents or services:---------_-------------------------------------------------
NEW ARMY CHAPLAIN
WITH BEACH FORCES
First Lt. Harold H. Gordon,
now chaplain with the Army Air
Forces Technical Training Com-
mand, Basic Training Center No.
9, on Miami Beach, is a native of
Minneapolis, Minn. An alumnus
of the University of Minnesota
LT. HAROLD GORDON
he studied at Hebrew Theological
College, Chicago; Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, New York: at
the Hebron Yeshivah, Jerusalem,
and was ordained by the late
Chief Rabbi A. I. Kook, Jerusa-
lem, in 1934.
He served Congregation Sons
of Jacob, Waterloo. Iowa, as spir-
itual leader from March, 1935 to
February, 1942. He was active
in the Ministerial Association,
the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People,
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, ZOA, B'nai B'rith
and other communal groups.
Chaplain Gordon was Jewish
Welfare Board Army and Navy
Director at Aberdeen Proving
Grounds. Edgewood Arsenal. Ft.
George Meade, and the U. S.
Naval Training Station and asso-
ciate director of the USO clubs in
Laurel, Aberdeen, Md.
He graduated from the Chap-
lain School at Harvard Univer-
sity after entering the service,
and served BTC No. 6 before
coming to Miami Beach with
B. T. C. No. 9.
LEROY S. FELDMAN. son of
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Feldman, has
been promoted from sergeant to
staff sergeant at Fort McClellan,
Ala.
SGT. MILTON KALTER. 29. of
New York City, is a decorated
flier now missing in action. Ser-
geant Kalter, holder of an Air
Medal, had been serving in the
Alaskan area. He, too, has been
previously reocrded as missing
in action. He is the son of Harry
Kalter of 710 Ninth Ave.. New
York City.
SO HE SAYS TO THE
QUEEN
The boys "over there" have
been meeting the Queen of Eng-
land lately. Corporal William
Goldstein, 27, of Baltimore, is
used to meeting people because
he used to manage a grocery
store, but he wasn't quite pre-
pared for the Queen's unexpect-
ed visit to a London exhibition
on a day he had picked to go
sightseeing.
"I was surprised when the
Queen started talking to me and
I got very nervous," he said af-
terwards, "but that soon passed
because she was so charming that
I was put completely at ease.
"What amazed me most was
the fact that she had no retinue
and no one standing around to
protect her. She just walked
in like any other lady visitor."
Corporal Goldstein is another
soldier who has two brothers
Hvman and Morrisin uniform.
Sergeant Harold Farkash. 26,
of Flushing. N. Y., has met the
Queen, and the King. too.
Harold was munching a dough-
nut in a Red Cross canteen
"somewhere in Southampton."
The Queen sipped a cup of tea.
The King leaned on his swagger
stick.
"How do you do?" the King
said.
"I'm pleased to meet you," the
sergeant replied.
"Would you like to get back
to the U. S.?" the Queen in-
quired.
"Very much but not until
after this is all over,' Harold an-
swered.
"Thank you, the Queen smiled,
"for coming over."
He wrote home afterwards
that "she is the most pleasant
person I've ever met."
Sergeant Farkash also has two
brothers in the service. They are
Leonard, in the Army Signal
Corps, and Mortimer, based in
Trinidad. B. W. I.
FORWARD MARCH
Each week we will list in al-
phabetical order the names of
the men of Dade County who are
now in the service of the United
States. This week:
Tannenbaum, Melvin A.
Tanner, Robt.
Taradash, Daniel Irwin
Tauch, Jack G.
Tetlebaum, Louis
Tepper, Philip
Thurman, Arnall A.
Tobin, Leonard
Turk, Bernard
Turkel, Clarence
Tennenbaum, Meyer
Tschida, Leo J.
Wasserman, David
Weider, Aaron B.
Weinberg, Jerry
Weinberg, Phil
Weinkle, Aaron
Weinkle, Melvin Barron
Weinstein, William
Weintraub, Carl
Weintraub. Maurice S.
Weintraub, Milton
Weintraub. Stanley
Weiskopf. Robt.
Weissbunch. S. D.
Weissman. Marty
Woklow, Dr. Chas.
Wiener, Murray
Wigdor, Dr. M.
Wilkins. William
Wohn. Milton S.
Wolfson. Myles
Wolpert, Adrian Henry
Weinkle, Emanuel I.
Weinstein, Jerry
Weinberg. Jeane Miss
Wolfson, Gerald J.
Wallach. William S.
Wellbaum. Harold Jr.
Wasman, Milton
Zeritsky. Herman
Zissen. Maurice L.
Zumsteg. Bernard
Zucker, John M.
Zion, Jacob J.
CHIEF ELECTRICIAN HAR-
RY SOFER. 60, of New Orleans,
La., has been missing since his
vessel went down off the coast of
Africa many months ago.
LT. MARTIN M. STRAUSS. 20.
of New York City, and SGT. JO-
SEPH MORDECAI SPIRO. 22.
of Newark, both four-medal men
and members of the same Flying
Fortress crew, are missing in
combat over Europe, the "big
league of aerial warfare." The
records of these American Jew-
ish fliers have previously been
1 presented in the Honor Roll.
HELP WANTED!
to build the most all-inclusive list of Jewish men and women
in the armed forces of the United States.
It is essential that every Jew in America make himself a
committee of one to transmit information on those in service
or who have been decorated, missing in action, wounded, or
who have given their lives in service. By doing this you will
be aiding in the authentic recording of Jewish participation in
this warnow being compiled by the
BUREAU OF WAR RECORDS. NAT ROTH. Chairman
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
c/o P. O. BOX 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible
Through the Co-Operation of:
Abess & Costar
first National Bank Side.
Adelraan Pipe & Steel Co.
47 N. E. 25th St.
Abe Aronovitz
Miami, Florida
Carl's Markets
Miami Miami Baaee
Cowen's Shoe Stores
IBS B. Flaolar St. SM
Cromer Wholesale
11 N. E. Third St.
Green Bros.
M N. E. 24th St.
Hub Dry Goods
12 N. E. Miami Avi.
Jack C. Jayson
Miami
Donald Lavigne -Uniforms
114 N. E. Beeond Avi.
Markowitz I Resnick
1215 N. E. Saaond Avi.
Miami Iron & Metal Ce.
2481 N. W. 12nd Ave.
Miami'Rug Co.
100 a. Miami Aw.
Palmer Funeral Chapel
Sidney H. Palmar, Raaidant Ownir
Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc.
160 E. Flaglar St.
Rosedale Delicatessen I Restaurant
ire n. w. Fifth at.
J. Robin Sons-Original Rubins
146 N. Miami Ava.
Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan
Langford Building
Standard Wholesale Grocery Co.
14S N. E. 10th St.
Joseph R. Stein
Miami, Florida
Sybil's Women's Apparel
7S B. E. First St.


PAGE EIGHT
+Jewisi>ncr***i7
TO: The American People
FROM: The Secretary of the Treasury
A report on the most tremendous financing task in history the Second War Loan
OuSlNG the three weeks between April
52 mnd May 1, the American people tackled
the biftfest job oi financing in the history
f the world.
?In these three weeks it was proposed to
raise the sum of 13 billion dollars, or more
than half as much as was raised by five
drives in the first world war.
, It was obvious that the task was hopeless
unless the people of the nation were des-
perately in earnest about the war. And it
Was equally obvious that here was, so to
peak, a thermometer by which the fervor
f the people could be measured with
reasonable accuracy.
This is why we believe you. as an Amer-
ican citizen, can take pride in this report.
For it was written solely by you, the people.
The resv\t, in dollars
Our goal mi 13 billion dollars. Actually,
the American people subscribed 18 billion,
500 million dollars.
This was all five drives of the first world war com-
bined.
It was. I think, as much" a victory for
America and the free American democracy
as any military triumph. ________ ,
Where did the'money come from?
You will be interested in where this 18'j
billion dollars came from for every dol-
lar invested in War Bonds is more than a
purchase; it is a demonstration of faith.
The chart below shows the portion of the
IS1; billion that came from commercial
banks. They were eager to buy more, but
were limited to set amounts:
, INSURANCE COMPANIES
AND CORPORATIONS
Insurance Companiee and other Corpora-
tsons know that there is no sounder invest-
anent than a U. S. Bond. The chart | top of
cu oolaaw show* their purchases;
I" ar ic-an
Pac lV 2** War Loan
Apr ISO
(hWm .Wi and (
Naturally, k was your money that bought
the bonds in the two groups above for
you are the people who put your money in
banks and invest in insurance.
But how about what might be called your
"personal" money.
That is a very important question, for it
is vital that Americans, as individuals, buy
War Bonds with all they can spare.
Our goal, here, was 2' billion dollars.
The chart below tells the story:
50 million bondholders
To review your record to date, almost half
our entire population own at least one bond
including infants, children, the lame, the
halt and the blind.
Or. to look at it in terms of those best
able to buy bonds, see the chart below:
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XXXXX 1
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1----- HAVE BOUGHT BONDS -----'
Wr> gets th cr*-*"?
The credit for the 2nd War Loan goes to
the people.
It goes to the children who put dimes and
quarters into war stamps. To everyone who
bought a bond. To thousands of patriotic
banking people. To advertising people who
donated their creative talents. To patriotic
merchants and companies who paid the
bill for war bond messages. To radio sta-
tions, newspapers, movies, outdoor adver-
tising companies, and publications.
But chiefly, perhaps, to those who turned
voluntary bond salesmen a loyal legion
of patriots.
10 out of tvarjr 1,000 nin end womtn in ttis u S war*
VOLUNTARY BOND SALESMEN
During > 2** Wor Loon Drivs
What lies ahead?
Yes, America's record is good. But we can-
not become complacent for our biggest
financing job lies ahead.
In the first 4 months of this year, we
raised 25 billion dollars. During the bal-
ance of this year we must raise 45 billion
dollars more.
The war is costing us 100 billion dollars
this year. Part of this will come from taxes,
and the balance must come from War
Loans.
You, as an American, can take pride in
what you have done. You have shown the
Axis that Americans on the home front,
like Americans on the battle front, will do
all that is required of them and more.
But our need is great. Dig as deeply as
you possibly can and invest it in War
Bonds now either through the Payroll
Savings Plan or through special purchases.
Don't wait for "drives."
We must win this war with bayonets
and with dollars. We who stay home in
safety must provide the dollars all that
4-e needed. It is the very least we can do.
0
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