The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 16No. 24
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1943
PRICE TEN CENTS
Y. M. H. A. Home Camp to
Open Fifth Annual Session
ing, camp fires, pageant and play-
ground. Noon day luncheons
will be served and milk will be
given the children twice daily.
The staff in attendance will be:
Essie Schaffer, supervisor; Naomi
Grossman, assistant supervisor,
kindergarten instructor and su-
D ATE I PrPse April 19 to Honor
CHANGED TO LATE ^ur^er(^ Jews f Warsaw
, IN 1.1
The fifth annual session of the
Summer Home Camp of the Y.
M. H. A. will commence Monday
morning, June 14, at 9 o'clock.
All is in readiness for a splendid
summer camp and according to
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector, a large registration is ex-
pected.
The camp will continue for aw; ur. Barney weinKie, camp aeierrea until tne latter part of The Warsaw .ghetto battle i
period of nine weeks and caters physician; Blanche Meyers, dan- August, it was announced here which at least 300 Nazis were
to boys and girls between the cing instructor and counsellor; [this week following a meeting at killed and 2,000 wounded, start-
ages of 4 and 14. Activities given '
that the democratic world ob-
serve April 19 every year as
! "Jewish Day," in commemoration
of the heroic Warsaw Jews who
New York (WNS)-The Amer-: fou*htf """S for th,roe *ecks
. "' against heavily-armed and re-
London (WNS)A proposal ing today on all fronts for the
. ugaiu: i lll'UY iiy-ui llll'U UIIU ll-
ican Jewish Conference, tenta-. inforced Nazi troops, was made
pervisor of journals; Mrs. Lich- tively scheduled to meet during this week by the influential
stetter, librarian and story tell- the first week of July, has been London Evening Standard.
er; Dr. Barney Weinkle, camp deferred until the latter part of, The Warsaw ghetto battle in
to the children include arts and
crafts, athletics, ballet and tap
dancing, checkers, chess, clubs,
dramatics, games, gymnastics,
Louis Gadon, Hebrew instructor;
Betty Graham, arts and crafts
instructor; Don McClosky, Bern-
ard Shenkman, Hope Ellen Tan-
nenbaum, counsellors; Mrs.
ference's executive committee. Passover, when Nazi execution
The executive committee vot- squads invaded the ghetto with
ed also to convene the Confer- orders to liquidate the remain-
ence in New York City or in a ing Jewish population.
Hebrew classes, hikes, hobbies, Greenberg, kitchen supervisor. neighboring community. The The Evening Standard said in
Jewish folk lore, kamera klub, All instructors have received i announcement emphasized that its editorial: "April 19, the day
the Hotel BUtmore of the Con- ed on April 19, the first day of
library, music, reading hour,
scrap book, sewing, showers,
shuffle board, songs, story tell-
special training and practically all
counsellors are graduates of the
Home Camp.
JUDGE WISEHEART SWORN
IN AS NEW CIRCUIT JUDGE
Judge Marshall C. Wiseheart,
former Dade county legislator,
was sworn in last Saturday as a
judge in Dade County circuit
court. Wiseheart was appointed
by Gov. Spessard Holland fol-
lowing adjournment of the legis-
lature.
local elections for delegates to when human valor converted the
the conference must be held by \ Warsaw ghetto into a fortress of
June 30 in accordance with the freedom should be an honored
original plans. ; day among men cherishing mercy
During the interim period the and tolerance. Jews are fight-
business of the Conference will
cause of humanity, and the Jew
will be among the proud partici-
pants of common victory."
According to the underground
Polish radio station SWIT, 2,000
Warsaw Jews were shot to death
and 3,000 others perished in their
flaming homes during the battle.
The Nazi employed artillery,
machine guns, flame throwers
and light bombing planes against
the Jews who were fighting with
makeshift weapons and with
arms smuggled into the ghetto by
the Polish underground move-
ment.
Latest reports from Poland in-
dicate that the ghetto has been
completely destroyed, with the
last 14,000 Warsaw Jews deport-
ed to an unknown destination in
the east. At one time the War-
saw ghetto was populated by
close to 500.000 Jews.
~m0coo w Lilt- V-.UIIIU1 L'llLl' Will
be directed by a national presi- DICKSTEIN ASKS BRIT AW, U. I ANCIENT LAND OF THE
c^rmitteCt:nd^ompeo.edXeoCfUtDre S" EASE EMIGRATION BAN SAXONS IS RECLAIMED
Stephen S. Wise, president of the
London (JTA)Five hundred
acres of abandoned swamp land
J.W.B. NAMES OFFICERS
FOR ENSUING YEAR
At the annual meeting of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau Monday
evening presided over .by Rabbi
Max Shapiro, the following direc-
tors were elected to the board
for three-year terms: Dr. Al-
bert E. Rosenthal, Stanley C. My-
Mrs. Monte Selig, Joseph
union, Mitchell Wolfton. Mrs. | swiMMimi FOOLS TO OPEN, 1'^' "" u mw*wjuin addressing a conference called Saxons have been
Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Rose! FOR SCOUTS OF DADE CO. 'MIGRATION TO PALESTINE by the Jewish Peoples committee, through the efforts of members
^f.ISS* ll Eisenstein, and R. R. --------- i --------------------------- I of the Zionist youth movement
Adler. The directors will elect1 A series of swimming classes L New 5,?* WTA)A resolu- BRITISH LEADER SAYS JEWS and are now producing hundreds
their OWn Officers **" ""* finn f\r\ KQloclina ul-i/.U .J11 Urt-------.-____ -----
New York (JTA)An appeal
S^nrv m T C o n g r e s to the governments of the United
SE7-2K^iL fr;iS,dent f States and Britain to ease their .
Bnai Brith. and Judge Joseph immigration regulations to per- m Malmcsbury, m Southern Eng-
a~. r"'- Pre"dent. of the mit entry of additional numbers land which, according to ancient
American Jewish Committee. of refUgees was voiced here by records, was owned 1,200 years
era, Mrs. Monte Selig, Joseph ----;----------------------- MtitMip------------------------ Congressman Samuel Dickstein. ago by Athelstan, King of the
Lipton, Mitchell Wolfton. Mrs. I SWIMMING POOLS TO OPEN, WMEN S LEAGUE DEMANDS addressing a conference called Saxons have been recLimed
Ml'VlT ^rliw.-irlv Mrs Rr.cn C/-\n PO^.mf. s^r. ^ ,_________TMMTdR A TTON TO D H T fCTIMr I,,- U.. ..
of tons of food, it is reported in
the London News Chronicle this
n series of swimming classes ;** /----'* onmon jjcsvl/ui oaio jtwi
for Scouts of Dade county will, *'on on les,V.ne Awhich wi" be ARE "NATION WITH IDEAL
Hold-over directors of the Bu-, begin Monday, June 14, free of PJ J.. ? to thc Amcr'can Jew-: --------- the London News Chronicle thi:
reau are: Rabbi Max Shapiro, charge, under the auspices of i ^ ConIc^nce by the National London (J T A)The Jewish week by that paper's agricultur-
Baron deHirsch Meyer, Anna the American Red Cross, it was omen s League of the United people will survive this war be- al editor.
Brenner Meyers, Sidney Lef- announced by Mrs. Edith How- ^l???8*}L" W3S adopted here at; cause they are a "nation with an The Chronicle says that 40
court, Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Jo-. ard, director of safety services inrt"c-aay conference. ideal." declared Richard A. But- young men, who are receiving
seph Berman, George Chertkof, for the organization. Tne resolution urges that the! ler, president of the board of agricultural training in prepara-
Dr. Frank Coret, Leon Elkin^Irv-' The classes will be held all: fatef of ^Palestine remain open education and former under-sec- tion for going to Palestine, are
ing Frankel, Mrs. George Gold- I through"the aumnUr^at'various foLr Jewish settlers; that the Jew-
berg, Mrs. Louis Hartz, M. J. Miami pools Iish A*'ncY for Palestine be vest-
Kopelowitz, Mrs. Stanley C. My- The ci "_ win K ., wi the control of Jewish im-
era, Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal, d a tP #J 4? f f've; m.grat.on into Palestine, and that
Pincus Scheinberg, Monte Selig, JKu *1 f* 45-minute Pe-, Palestine be established at a Jew-
and George Wolpert. commonwealtl
Reports of the case and inter-;
pretation committees were heard
and Sidney Lefcourt, treasurer,
delivered a financial report.
SUMMER HEBREW CLASSES
NOW HELD IN MORNINGS
Much Interest is Being Manifest
in American Jewish Conference
retary for foreign affairs, ad- working the land. The youths
dressing the opening session of live in a nearby hostel and pool
the World Congress of Faiths all their wages. The agricultural
this week. The meeting is being ; officer of Wiltshire, the county
attended by 2.000 persons of all in which Malmesbury is located,
religions. ;js quoted as saying that the young
Zionists are "among the best ex-
tra workers we have taken on.
They learn quickly, work well
and seem the happiest persons in
the community."
The Jewish Education Associa-
tion announces that classes in
Hebrew are now being held at
the Beth David Talmud Torah,
135 N. W. Third Avenue, and at
the Beth Jacob Talmud Torah,
311 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. Summer classes are in
session Monday through Thurs-
day mornings, from 9 to 12:30.
Tuition is free.
H. H. HYMAN NAMED HEAD
OF RED CROSS FUND DRIVE
Chairman of the 1944 war fund
drive for Dade County Chapter
of the American Red Cross is H.
H. Hyman, utilities' executive,
whose appointment was an-
nounced Saturday.
The new war fund chairman in
accepting the appointment de-
clared that the continued de-
mands of war on its relief pro-
gram would increase the finan-
cial needs of the Red Cross be-
yond those of any previous year.
Hyman already has started or-
ganization for the next war fund
drive which probably will be in
the early spring of 1944.
A sharp rise of interest
throughout the nation's Jewish
communities as the day for the
election of delegates to the
American Jewish Conference in
New York, emphasizing the
growing strength of the response
of the Jewish population in the
United States to the holding of
the Conference which has for its
purpose the establishment by
American Jewry of a program of
common action to deal with post-
war Jewish problems.
A unique but by no means un-
expected phenomenon is the
growing tendency in American
communities to make the day of
election a day of "stocktaking"
in regard to the situation of
world Jewry. In many commun-
ties, plans have already been
formulated for' an examination
of the Jewish situation and an
analysis of the various proposals
that have been offered for the
amelioration of the tragedy
which at present confronts world
Jewry. Reports have already
been received from election dis-
tricts in which candidates for
the office of delegate to the Con-
ference have arranged to deliv-
er addresses surveying the prob-
The local election of two
delegates will take place Sun-
day afternoon starting at 4:00
o'clock at Beth David Talmud
Torah. 139 N. W. Third Ave.
With more than 30 organisa-
tions expected to participate
in the election the following
have been nominated as dele-
gates: Mrs. Max Dobrin. Mrs.
Sol Goldstrom. Maurice Gross-
man, Louis Heiman, Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan, Rabbi Moses Mesch-
loff, Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, Stanley C. Myers, Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Harry Simonhoff
and George Wolpert.
lems which beset world Jewry
and offering their views as to the
solutions to be applied.
A typical example of the dual
role which the election day will
serve is furnished by the Boston
Jewish community. In that city
a full program has been outlined
for June 13, the date set for the
local electoral convention. Fol-
lowing the balloting two out-
standing national Jewish leaders
will address the session.
Special evidence of the intense
interest being evinced in the Con-
ference was shown in the last few
days by a request received at
Conference headquarters from
the Canton, Ohio, Jewish com-
munity that it be permitted to
choose its delegates by popular
vote entirely. Under the rules
adopted by the National Elec-
tions Board permission for this
method of elections was given
provided the organizations of the
district involved gave their un-
animous approval to the request.
It is expected that the various
American Jewish communities
will plan their election day
agendas to suit the particular
needs of their districts. The
simple procedure which smaller
communities are able 'to apply
are manifestly 'unsuitable for
larger centers which must face
complications and difficulties not
present in the case of the smaller
communities. In general, it ap-
pears, however, that in many
communities the elections will
be held in the daytime and the
evening will be devoted to an
assembly of the successful elect-
ors for the purpose of discussing
the problems likely to come be-
fore the Conference sessions.
WARSAW JEWS DEPORTED
POLISH GOVERNMENT SAYS
London (JTA)Details of the
mass-deportation of the Jews
from the Warsaw ghetto prior to
'the uprising there reached the
Polish government here this
week. They disclosed that 60
Jews committed suicide in the
ghetto within six days and 2,648
Jewish wen and women were
shot during the same period when
they resisted deportation orders.
REJECT HITLER'S DEMANDS
FOR 200,000 JEWISH SLAVES
Berne (WNS)At their recent
conference in Berlin, Admiral
Horthy, Regent of Hungary, re-
jected Hitler's demand for 200,000
Jewish slave laborers for the
Russian front, according to re-
ports circulating in diplomatic
circles here this week.
The Hungarian Regent report-
edly refused Hitler's request on
I the grounds that Hungary has
already furnished 10,000 Jews to
I the Nazi military machine on the
Russian front, and that an in-
ternal crisis would develop in
Hungary if he attempted to carry
out such an order.


PAGE TWO
*>Jewish narktiam
FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1943

ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
BEACH ZIONIST
The Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict has received noteworthy re-
cognition for its rapid develop-
ment from National headquart-
ers and according to reports re-
ceived ranks favorably with the
outstanding districts throughout
the Country in the Nation-wide
membership campaign now in
progress by the Z. O. A.
Philip Salmon, secretary of the
Beach district reports many ad-
ditional members have been add-
ed to the roster.
A report of the progress in
the project of planting 1000
trees in the Marvin Bronner
Grove in Palestine is being read-
ied for presentation to the next
general meeting, plans for which
are now being made, Shepard
Broad president announced.
Dr. W. A. Lipkind treasurer is
leaving the city and will stop in
Washington, National offices to
confer with regard to an expan-
sion of the Beach district.
An expression of thanks was
extended by the organization to
Moses Ginsburg, Miami Beach
resident for support given the
Zionist movement as evidenced
by the payment of S250 for this
year's dues to the body.
B'NAI FRITH GIRLS
BETH SHOLOM
The Junior Auxiliary of B'nai
B'rith had election of officers at
their meeting June 2. New offi-
cers are: President, Bernycc Ba-
danes, unanimous; vice president,
Theresa Cohen; recording secre-
tary, Elyse Newman; correspond-
ing secretary, Mirium Schein-
iK-rg, and treasurer, Doris Feld-
man. The new officers will as-
sume their duties at the next
meeting. This is Miss Badanes'
second term as president.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
The members of the first con-
firmation class of Beth Sholom
Center received their certifi-
cates from the hands of President
Abraham Frankel in an impress-
ive ceremony last Sunday night.
Charles S. Tobin, chairman of
the board, presided as master of
ceremonies, and a program was
presented with Eve Naomi Mach-
tei, David Tobin. Nelson Kemp,
and Charles Greenberg partici-
pating.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei addressed
the large gathering.
Presentation of honor certifi-
cates to religious school students
was made by Superintendent
Fred B. Miller.
Presentation of gifts. Bibles to
confirmants, and gifts to the Sun-
day school staff, Mrs. S. Paetro.
Mrs. D. Newman. Miss Eve Na-
omi Machtei. F. B. Miller. S.
Paetro, and Miss Phyllis Kohn.
in absentia were presented by
Mrs. Rell G. Tobin. president of
Beth Sholom Sisterhood.
Mrs. J. Greenberg was at the
piano.
Charles Greenberg spoke for
the confirmation class in present-
ing a gift to the rabbi.
The mothers of the confirm-
ants were hostesses at a reception
held in the social hall of the Cen-
ter.
The following students were
recipients of honor certificates:
Ronald Ansin. Alyn Esther Bergs-
man. Nelson Kemp. Stewart
Kohn. Pauline Oppcnheim, Theo-
dore Newman. Alan Stuart Ross.
Nancy Rothman. and David
Schmerin.
BETHDAVm____
At the closing exercises held
at Beth David Sunday School
May 30th, the following pupils
received awards for outstanding
work and attendance during the
semester: Robert Sterling. Hap-
py Rose. Babette Coulter. Bever-
ly Segal. Irene Bergman, Adele
Seigel, Rcva Shapiro, Sandra
Shier. Edwin Frank. Esther Lelb-
owitz. Stanley Toplan, Robert
Schwartz. Ruth Hagan. Roslyn
Frank. Jerry Schullman, Char-
lene Cootner. Sheldon Gans. Es-
telle Greenberg. Buddy Weisscl.
Evelyn Schwartz, Freddie Scher,
Dolores Simons: Hebrew honor
students include Victor Ellins.
Melvin Waldorf. Renec Waldorf.
Estelle Greenberg, Ruth Saal,
Herman Roscnthal. Bernard Ros-
enthal. Reuben Serkin. Leon Se-
gel, Stanley Saal. Charlene Ros-
sin. Sidney Dickson.
Refugee Youngsters, Aided by NRS
Are Happy to Be in Free America
BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN
MERACHI
Congregation Shaarei Zedek
will hold its annual all day pic-
nic Sunday, June 13. Trucks
will leave the Synagogue 1545
S. W. 3rd Street, 10:00 a. m.
sharp. Children of the Talmud
Torah and Sunday School, as
well as all adult members of the
Congregation are invited to at-
tend.
The Mizrachi Organization of
Miami will hold a meeting Sat-
urday evening. June 12. at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Syna-
gogue, 590 S. W. 17th Avenue.
PIONEER WOMEN
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation of Greater Miami for
Palestine is sponsoring a card
party and bingo for the benefit
of the Child's Rescue Fund. It
will be held June 27 at the Y. M.
H. A.
YOUR WAR BOND DOLLARS
WILL BRING VICTORY
Perhaps you can't serve on the tiring 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.
IAM FEIIERaVL
' MIAMI
A SAVINGS INSTITUTION-
RESOURCES OVER
$6,000,000
J. M. LIPTON. President
45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
An impressive candle ceremony
celebrating the tenth anniver-
sary of the Business and Pro-
fessional Division of Hadassah
will take place at the home of
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. 2024 N. Bay
Road, Miami Beach. Monday
June 14. Symbolizing the work
and ideals of Hadassah the can-
dle lighting ceremony will be
participated in by Dorothy
Lightman. Faye Werner, Sylvia
Abraham. Birdie Ross. Frances
Cooper. Dorothy Stone. Irene
Moskowitz, Bernice Stone, Elea-
nor Newman, Libby Block and
Marion Block. Members of Sen-
ior Hadassah will be honor
guests.
TOWER
THEATRE
. W. CTM ST. AT 1Mk AVI.
OPEN AT 1:4* P. M.
Friday and Matinee Only
Saturday. Juno 11-12
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Frontier"
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Starts Saturday at 7:30
P. M. and Sunday Through
Wednesday. June 12-16
from
GYPSY ROSE LEE'S
"G-String Murders"
BARBARA STANWYCK
"Lady of
Burlesque"
WITH
MICHAEL O'SHEA
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NERVINE
1,'OR relief from Functional Ma*.
* voua Diatnrbamaj aoeh aa fltias
launaaa, Cranktnaaa. KicruMIMr,
N.rrou. Headache and Nan.aa fat-
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On their flrt day In free America
these refugee youngster* who arrived
on the Serpa Pinto recently laugh
and play, sing happy tonga, eat aaf.
fylng meala. Since their arrival they
have been placed In aelected foster
homes by the European-Jewish Chit.
dren's Aid, National Refugee Service
affiliate, in cooperation with local
child-care agencies. These children
are among the 84 who have been
brought hers since the first of the
year on affidavits of the U 8. Com-
mittee for the Care of European
Children.
The National Refugee 8ervice and
the Joint Distribution Committee
with the United Paleatine Appeal,
receive their funda from the United
Jewish Appeal.
CURRENT RATION DATES
Meats. Cheese, Fats. Canned
Fish: June 6. L'red stamp be-
came valid. June 30, J and K
red stamps expire.
Canned Fruits and Vegetables:
June 7. G. H. and J blue stamps
expired: July 7, K. L, and M blue
stamps will expire.
Sugar: Aug. 15, Stamp 13
good for five pounds expires;
stamps 1 and 16 good for five
pounds if needed for canning;
persons needing additional allot-
ments for canning may apply at
ration boards.
Coffee: June 30, Stamp 24. good
for one pound, expires.
Shoes: June 15. Stamp 17 ex-
pires; June 16, Stamp 18 be-
comes valid.
Gas: July 21 No. 5 coupons
in A book expire. Applicants
for supplementary gas rations
must secure certificate from the
official car-sharing committee.
Fuel Oil: Sept. 30 present fuel
oil tickets expire and new heat-
ing period begins.
JOE ROSE HEADS M BEACH
HOME CAMP COMMITTEE
Members of the Beach Home
Camp Committee, under the
newly formed Y. M. and Y. W.
H. A. of Miami Beach, are: Joe
Rose, chairman; Rabbi Mooes
Mescheloff, vice chairman; Mrs.
Miriam Stfkin, Milton Sirkin, Al
Mechlowitz, Mrs. Anne Meyers,
and Maurice Grossman, execu-
tive director of the Miami Y. M.
H. A., who will supervise activi-
ties.
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1\i\".V-
FRIDAY. JUNE 11. 1943
+Je*lsh nark/Ian
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
ENGAGEMENT
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Edna Malter to
David Platt, was made by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Malt-
er, 900 Fourth St., Miami Beach.
Miss Malter was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
at the close of the semester.
Mr. Platt, son of Mr. and Mrs
Morris Platt, 715 Euclid Avenue,
Miami Beach, is a graduate of the
same high school and of the Uni-
versity of Miami. He is now
with the U. S. Army War Train-
ing Service stationed in Green-
ville, S. C.
BAR MITZVAH
PERSONALS
Mr. Nat Roth has returned
home after a five week tour of
the North.
Mrs. Pauline Chill has return-
ed to New York after spending
the winter here.
The engagement of Miss Etta
Warsaw, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Warsaw, Atlanta,
and Corp. Ralph J. Rosen, U. S.
Air Corps, son of Mrs. Anna Ro-
sen. 4301 Nautilus Drive, Miami
Beach, was announced this week.
Mr. Stanley Tannenbaum, son
of Dr. Charles Tannenbaum, is
vacationing at Chicago, Illinois.
Mr. Emanuel Seitlin has re-
turned to the city for a short stay
with his mother, Mrs. Jean Seit-
lin of Coconut Grove.
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Adler-
blum and son-in-law, Dr. S.
Slutzky have left the city to take
up residence in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seitelman.
1341 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach,
announce the marriage of their
daughter Sonny Harriet, to Lt.
Morton S. Keiser, U. S. A., of
Baltimore.
The wedding took place Sun-
day at Miss Seitelman's home.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Loeb and
daughter, Marilyn, have left for
New York. Mr. Loeb was as-
sociated with Fleicher Studios
at Coral Gables.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. William Shayne
announce the birth of a son,
William Sandro.
BRITHS
Last Sunday, Rabbi S M
Machtei officiated at the Brith
Milan and at the Pidyon Haben
of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
iam Shayne, 1325 San Marco
Island, at their home.
Thursday, Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiated at the Victoria hos-
pital at the Brith Milah of the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stein-
man. 7620 Dickens avenue. Miami
u a.uhV.?nd on Fridav' at the
Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Fund. 1024 Ever-
glades Concourse, Miami Beach.
Mrs. S. Augustine left for Tam-
pa, this week where she is visit-
ing her son Dr. L. S. Augustine.
She is accompanied by her
grandchild Miss Diane Preding-
er.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel
and children. Sydney and Civic,
have left for a vacation tour to
resorts in the north. They will
return to their home, 4430 Royal
Palm Ave., some time in the fall.
STANLEY H. ROTH
The Bar Mitzvah of Stanley H.
Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Roth, 337 N. E. 28th St., will
take place at Temple Israel. Fri-
day evening, June 11, at 8 P. M.
A reception will follow at Kap-
lan Hall. No invitations will be
issued and all friends are invited
to attend. Stanley will say the
blessings and recite the Haf-
torah. He will also address the
worshipers and Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman will respond.
PERSONALS
Mr. David Seitlin left for New
Orleans, La., where he will study
dentistry at Loyola University.
Miss Eve Naomi Machtei left
for New York on the Champion
Monday morning to visit rela-
tives until July 1st, when she
will leave for Camp Lakota. Miss
Machtei will return after Labor
Day.
Mrs. H. A. Wasserman, who
has been residing in California
for the past two years, has re-
turned to stay with her parents.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret. 1011
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach.
She will be here indefinitely, as
her husband is in the army at
present overseas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Greenberg
and daughter, Mildred Bernicc,
415 N. W. 43rd street, left June
8 for Philadelphia, Pa., where
they will visit their children
and grandsons, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman L. Greenberg, and sons
Fred and Pvt. Albert I. Green-
berg and his bride of only a few
months. Pvt. Greenberg is in
the Military Police Division and
is stationed at Camp Mead. Md.
A third son, Pfc. Allan Wm.
Greenberg. is stationed at Scott
Field, 111.
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there visiting relatives. While
out of the city, Mr. Friedman at-
tended the B'nai B'rith Conven-
tion at Ashville at which time he
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A meeting of the Family Club
was held at the home of Presi-
dent Sol Schwartz. 334 N. W.
2nd Avenue last evening. Dur-
ing the meeting six new mem-
bers were admitted. An elect-
ion of officers took place with
the following elected. Honorary
President. Sol Schwartz; Presi-
dent Mrs. Jack Schwartz; Re-
cording Secretary, Mrs. Isadore
Fine; Corresponding Secretary,
Miss Betty Kirschenbaum; Treas-
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Miss Evelyn Rifas, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rifas. left
Monday by plane for Puerto Rico
where she will take up her du-
ties in the office of the Carib-
bean Division of the War De-
partment. While in Miami.
Miss Rifas was active in various
defense organizations. She fin-
ished both Standard and Ad-
vanced classes of First Aid of
the American Red Cross, and re-
ceived her First Aid pin and
cards of recognition. She had
undergone one year of military
training and completed the gas
and bomb courses. Miss Rifas
worked for, prior to her depart-
ure, the Aircraft Warning Ser-
vice (Filter Center) and received
wings for services rendered.
CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS
ELMER OLIPHANT RECEIVES
AMERICAN LEGION AWARD
Elmer Oliphant, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Oliphant, was award-
ed the American Legion Award
at Citrus Grove Junior High
School. The recognition is based
on the merits of leadership, hon-
or, service, scholarship and
courage. A popular vote of the
student body made the selection.
PAGE THREE
CERTIFICATES TO
LACK OF CHILOHEK
Tel Aviv (WNS)The Jewish
Agency for Plaestine, which re-
cently notified the Jewish Coun-
cil in Vienna that 100 Palestine
immigration certificates are avail-
able for Jewish children, has
been advised by the Jewish
Council that the certificates can-
not be used, there are not 100
Jewish children left in all of
Vienna, Eliahu Dobkin, head of
the Agency's immigration de-
partment, reported at a press
conference this week.
Mr. Dobkin disclosed that the
Jewish Agency is now negotiating
with Balkan countries for the
emigration of Jews in those lands
He reported also that Spain is
willing to release several thousand
Jewish refugees from intern-
ment camps on condition that
they receive visas to Palestine.
the Jewish Agency has already
dispatched 500 certificates to
Spain.
He stressed that Jewish em-
igration from Nazi-occupied Po-
land was impossible at this time.
He added that "limited possi-
bilities of emigration of Jews
from Nazi-held countries in West-
ern Europe do exist, but tran-
sportation complications make
this emigration extremely diffi-
cult.
BEACH APT. ASSN. NAMES
ENGLANDER AS CHAIRMAN
President Albert L. Kahn of
the Miami Beach Apartment As-
sociation has appointed I. Eng-
ender as chairman of the $145,-
000 bond campaign to purchase a
I heavy tank which will bear the
; name of the association.
i First bond sold was to Mrs.
'Sadie Bishof of the Pines and
Palms Apartment, for $1,000. To
date approximately $65,000 has
been subscribed, Rudy R. Adler,
vice chairman of the Dade
County War Savings Committee
reports. Each bond will be
stamped with the name of the
association.
FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF
JEWISH WELFARE BOARD'S
WOMEN'S DIVISION
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Top row left: Mrs. Leo-
nard H. Beraheim, New
York; right: Mrs. Jo-
seph Ehrman, Jr., San
Francisco, vice chairmen.
About:
Mrs. Alfred R.Bachrach,
New York, chairman
Bclou, Irll to right, Mx-,
Jerome I. Udell, New
York, Mrs. Edward Pop-
per, New York, Mrs.
Samuel R. {ilogower,
Detroit, committee
chairmen.
LIBERATION ENLARGES If.J.A. NEEDS
The notable triumph of the Allied
armies in Tunisia liberated these
young Jews and tens of thousands of
others from Nazi oppression. Photo
shows ili. in removing haled Yellow
Badge from iheir clothing a* British
soldiers look on. In the great victori-
ous push that drove the Nazis from
North Africa were 5,000 Jewish sol-
diers from Palestine who had fought
their way bravely from El Alamein to
Tunis with the British Eighth Army.
Rehabilitated refugees from Palestine,
from the United States add from
If arth Africa who had been helped by i
the agencies of the United Jewish
Appeal for Kefu gees. Overseas Needs
and Palestine fought as members of
the British, American and French
forces in the successful North African
campaign. With the liberation of
this area, the Joint Distribution
Committee has dispatched special
representatives to* expedite relief for
many of the 300,000 Jews in North
Africa. Forward march of Allied
armies ha* also enlarged* respon-
sibilities of the United Palestine
Appeal and the National Refugee
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NUMBER 24
AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE
The American Jewish Conference will have
two delegates from this area when the elec-
tion on Sunday afternoon takes place.
As all over the country considerable enthu-
siasm, far more than anticipated, has greeted
the efforts and activities of local committees
formed for that purpose.
Started by Henry Monsky, distinguished
head of B'nai B'rith, the call for American
Jewry to unite and present one plan and de-
mand at the coming post-war world convoca-
tion, gains momentum daily. This plan must
be the answer to the solution to the present
Jewish problem.
National organizations have submerged
many political desires and will have to do
away with many more to expedite a success-
ful conference.
The joyous thought of at long last a United
Voice of Jewry leads us to believe that the
future of the Jewish People is much, much,
brighter.
has served as an example for other institu-
tions here to follow.
The Y. M. H. A. deserves commendation
and support for its successful efforts. We
know that the Miami Home Camp, and the
Beach Camp that it supervises, is eagerly
looked forward to by campers, parents and
those interested in our youth. Its success and
further expansion is assured.
ONE WAY TO BRAND HIM
THE "Y" HOME CAMP
The Young Men's Hebrew Association ,
opens its major summer activity Monday, '
when the annual Home Camp starts.
Filling a void in the community the Home
Camp has provided a place where the youth
of this area can enjoy themselves in a whole-
some atmosphere. At the same time they
play, they are in an environment that is Jew-
ish in every sense of the word. They are in-
structed in arts and crafts and taught to be
creative. The furtherance of all peoples rest
in a proper training and environment of their
youth. Wholesome surroundings, expert su-
pervision and intelligent guidance at that
stage of life bears fruit in later years.
The Y. M. H. A., under the excellent direc-
tion of Maurice Grossman who instituted this
program here, has through its Home Camp
program gone a long way to fulfill a major
reason of its existence. With this program it
has emphasized its character building and
youth development aims.
Its growth and expansion is the answer
and evidence as to this need and success. It
THE WEAPON OF ANTI-SEMITISM
Anti-Semitism has long been one of Hit-
ler's most powerful weapons. With anti-
Semitism as his Trojan horse, he weakened
and dismembered nearly all of Europe. Even
now, facing the grim determination and armed
might of the United States, Great Britain, So-
viet Russia and other United Nations, Hitler
continues to cling to the belief that his first
weaponanti-Semitismis still sufficiently po-
tent to overcome the entire world.
An article issued last week by the official
Nazi press service for foreign consumption
states: "Only history knows to what extent
anti-Semitism among our enemies can change
matters in our favor. We know that our realis-
tic attitude can lead to the fact that anti-Sem-
itism may become a world-wide movement."
Hitler has not given up the ghost; he still be-
lieves he will ride the Trojan horse of anti-
Semitism to victory and world domination.
It is the hope of a desperate manof a
man who sees there is no other way out. On-
ly dissension and disunity in this country and
in the countries of our great Allies can save
Hitler and his gangster Axis partners from total
defeat and unconditional surrender. History
has taught us, at a heavy price, that disunity
will prostrate a nation and hand it over to its
enemies.
Recent military events have brought our
final victory within sight. The end of the road
is not far off. But this is no time to relax our
vigilance, to become complacent. Every man-
ifestation of anti-Semitism must be crushed
because it is a potential gain lor Hitler. We
must march ahead to victory together, united
and unafraid.
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HERE AND THERE
Remember the name of Sonya Kaufman, the charming
wife of Joe Kaufman of Manhattan Beach, New York She
and her husband are worth a whole oranization in the fight
against anti-Semitism Orchids to the Contemporary
Jewish Record This magazine is a must for anybody who
wants to keep informed on the current Jewish scene Isi-
dor Lipschutz, the diamond man from Belgium, is doing a
gigantic job for the Anti-Nazi League, having turned his vast
business organization into what is virtually an adjunct ot
the League Claude Williams, director of the Institute of
Applied Religion, claims that of the 70,000,000 pews in Cath-
olic, Protestant and Jewish houses of worship in this country.
63,000,000 usually are vacant during services.
BOOKS AND AUTHORS .
Cecil Brown, author of "Suez to Singapore" has experi-
enced this war at first hand He's been in a plane aash,
he was on a British battleship that was torpedoed, he was
with the British in Africa at one time, we believe, even fell into
the hands of the Nazis Last year he returned to this coun-
try, and duly registered with his draft board And now
that draft board has classified him as 4-F Albert Kahn, co-
author of "Sabotage," is at work on a new volume giving
the low-down on fifth column operations in Europe and Rus-
sia during the war Early in July Alan Chase's book "The
Phalanx," will be brought out by Putnam's ... We predict
a sensational sale for this volume, which deals with Nazi
fifth column work in South America David Ewen, who has
written on many musical subjects, has finished his biography
of George Gershwin.
THIS AND THAT .
Score a bull's eye for Pierre van Paassen ... He pre-
dicted six weeks ago, in a public address, that Rumania
would give herself up to the Vatican and leave it to the Pope
to arrange for peace terms And that is exactly what has
happened You have to hand it to Professor Siegfried
Kraus of New York's City College Feeling that a psycho-
logical study of vagrantshoboes to youshould be made,
he became one for eighteen months, living among trarops-
and collected plenty of material Eight new Jewish settle-
ments were established in Palestine during 1942 ... A "J*
outpost of the Yishub was established last month in the
southern part of the country by a group of 40 members"
Hapoel Hamizrachi And you should know that the influx
of Jewish capital into Eretz Israel durinq 1942 amounted to
$20,000,000.
ABOUT PEOPLE .
The Chaim Weizmanns are definitely leaving lor Eng-
land about the middle of this month And that super
Zionist Executive Committee that was to be formed is still
the discussional stage Rabbis throughout the country are
mourning the passing of Mrs. Hermine Deutsch, widow
he late Professor Gotthard Deutsch of the Hebrew Union C
ege, in whose home they spent many pleasant hours during
theu student years ... A lot of the credit for the 575.000,000
in War Bonds sold by the American Women's Voluntary
Services belongs to Mrs. Bernard Gimbel, publicity director
of the organization Josef Israels II, the writer, who MJ
%n ,t eeJ?te Mrs HenrY Moskowitz, is now a lieutenant: in
the U. S. Maritime Service, and will serve as Chief Ra*
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BETH SHOLOM CENTER
7(1 41at St., Miami Beach
8. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
Friday, 8:00 p. m., Kabbalos
Shabbos service.
Saturday, 9:30 a. m., service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching
on weekly portion. Mincha 7
p. m. followed by class in Pirke
Avoth. Service men's Se'udah
Shlishis 7:15 p. in., Chaplain Har-
old H. Gordon presiding.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
1545 S. W. Third St., Miami
SIMON APRIL. Rabbi
Services: Friday 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April:
"The Priestly Blessing."
Shalosh Sudos, 6:00 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening. Hebrew school 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.
BEACH
1415 Eucli
ABRAHA
SH CENTER
ve., Miami Beach
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-
nings.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
690 S. W. 17 Ave., Miami
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Rabbi
LEWIS 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 "Unity."
Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m.
Rabbi Rackovsky speaking to
the worshipers. Mishnah and
Jewish Laws and Customs group
meets daily at 7:15 and 7:50 p. m.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
117 N. E. 19th 8t.. Miami
COLMAN 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. Bar mitzvah
of Stanley H. Roth, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Roth will take
place.
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MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
LOUIS HAYMAN. 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.
Daily services morning and
evening. ---------
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wash. Ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beach
MOSKS MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
Saturday, 9 a. m. services:
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff preach-
ing. Cantor Maurice Mamches
chanting. Early Sabbath services,
7 a. m. Sabbath afternoon: Rabbi
Mescheloff discoursing. Service
men's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs.
Ethel Schafron.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1101 South Andrews Ave.
Ft. I^auderdale, Fla.
Reform Synagogue serving: Hollywood,
Ft. LAuderdala and Broward County
SAMUEL, HAI^EVI BARON, Rabbi
Services: Friday, 8 p. m.
Religious School: Sunday, 10
a. m.
Sisterhood business meeting,
Monday, 8 p. m.
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Servicemen's Center
canteen, Wednesday. 6 to 11 d. m.
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UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Frieda
Feigenbaum, 345 Meridian Ave.,
will take place Sunday, June 13,
at 2 p. m. Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off will officiate at the services
which are to be held at the Jew-
ish section of Woodlawn Ceme-
tery. Arrangements are under
supervision of Sidney H. Palmer
of Palmer Monument Co.
OBITUARY
With services at Riverside Me-
morial Chapel and at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, Rabbi S. M. Machtei
conducted funeral rites for Mr.
Max Coplan, 83, whose last resi-
dence had been 1004 Michigan
Avenue, Miami Beach.
REPORT MEETING
WHAT EVERY AMERICAN JEW SHOULD
TJI
CONFERENCE HEED
Preliminary reports on the
membership campaign for the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews being conducted
by the Miami Round Table, were
submitted Monday night at the
first report meeting. Men's di-
vision announced 55 members,
women's division, 68 members,
and the special committee eight,
a total of 131 members. Goal of
the drive is 1,500 members here.
The next report meeting will be
held at 6 p. m. Friday at Wal-
green's.
The men's section is under di-
rection of W. Keith Phillips; the
women's section is under Mrs. N.
C. Medlin and a special section
devoted to the solicitation of
large memberships is led by Dan-
iel J. Mahoney. More than 250
volunteer workers are involved
in all.
Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president
of the University of Miami, is
general chairman of the mem-
bership drive.
Part of the proceeds of mem-
berships will be used to enlarge
the work of the Miami Round
Table, which seeks to promote
good will among members of dif-
ferent religious faiths through
school programs, civic forums
and by means of weekly round
table discussions of public affairs
over station WIOD. Remainder
of the funds will be used to help
finance the program which the
national conference is conducting
to carry ideals of interreligious
understanding and brotherhood
to the men at American naval
bases and army camps.
For the purpose of formulating
a common program of action
concerning the status of Jews in
the post war world and the im-
plementation of the rights of the
pJewish people with regard to
Palestine, representatives of thir-
ty-two national Jewish organiza-
tions convened in Pittsburgh on
January 23rd and 24th, in re-
sponse to the invitation of Henry
Monsky, president of the B'nai
B'rith.
The Pittsburgh conference de-
cided to take the initiative in or-
ganizing an Assembly compris-
ing 500 delegates, these to be
elected to a democratic basis and
to represent all groups of Ameri-
can Jewry. The date of the Con-
ference was set for July 1st to
4th. (The name "Conference"
was later substituted for "As-
sembly.")
The official call for the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference issued on
April 23rd, stated:
"In common with all men,
we Jews have a vital stake in
the general peace that is to
come after Victory. The right
of Jews to freedom, equality
and justice should find a place
in the new world that will
emerge when peace comes. The
economic rehabilitation of Jew-
ish life should be integrated
to the plans for world recon-
struction. And the rights of
the Jewish people with respect
to Palestine should be fully
implemented."
The agenda of the American
Jewish Conference will be the
following:
(a) To consider and recommend
action on problems relating to
the rights and status of Jews in
the post-war world;
(b) To consider and recom-
mend action upon all matters
looking to the implementation
of the rights of the Jewish people
with respect to Palestine;
(c) To elect a delegation to
carry out the program of the
American Jewish Conference in
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with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
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The 500 delegates to be elect-
ed to the American Jewish Con-
ference will be chosen as fol-
lows: 125 delegates will be sent
by the major national Jewish
bodies; 375 delegates will be
elected through communal or re-
gional conferences to be held in
Jewish communities throughout
the U. S. A.
The task of organizing the Con-
ference was entrusted to an ex-
ecutive committee composed of
representatives from 35 national
organizations, religious, social
and fraternal. (The number of
national organizations participat-
ing has since been increased to
43, representing a national mem-
bership of close to one million
people.)
The elections to the American
Jewish Conference are being su-
pervised by a National Elections
Board.
All local Jewish membership
groups, (including synagogues,
temples, branches of national or-
ganization?) organized and func-
tioning prior to December 7, 1941
and engaged in recognized Jew-
ish activities, with a membership
of more than 50, shall have the
right to nominate and send a del-
egate or delegates to the district
or regional election conference
and to participate in the election
of delegates to the American
Jewish Conference. Every such
group is entitled to one delegate
to the election conference for the
first 50 of its membership, and
one additional delegate for each
additional 75 members or ma-
jor fraction thereof.
Any Jew of 21 or over (man or
woman) who is an American cit-
izen, or has filed his declaration
of intention to become a citizen,
and who has been a resident of
the community for at least one
year, may be a delegate.
For the first time in a quarter
of a century, American Jews will
have an opportunity to choose
representatives of their own to
draft and submit a plan of action
regarding the rights of Jews in
the world at large, and of the
Jewish rights in Palestine.
Painting of Meyer Levin presented his parents
by Brig. General Thomas J. Hanley
A portrait in oils, by Joseph Marculies, of the late Sgt. Meyer Levin was pre-
sented to his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Levin, at a dinner in New York City
in honor of Carl M. Loeh Jr., chairman of the War Emergency Campaign
of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Brig. General Thomas J. Hanley,
Deputy Chief of Air Staff of the U. S. Army Air Forces, made the presentation
on behalf of The Army Air Forces and in the larger sense, on behalf of Jhe
American people" in a striking tribute to the qualities of the heroic bom-
bardier.
The dinner was part of a national campaign to raise approximately $630,000
for the *. services of the Jewish Welfare Board.
Other speakers on the occasion were, Frank L. Weil, president of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, Walter Rothschild, chairman of the Board's
Army-Navy Committee and Mr. Loeb.
/.e/l lo rinht, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Levin, Carl M. Loeb Jr., Brig. General
Thomas J. Hanley and Joseph Marculies.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 11.
FEDERATION HIIS
WELL ATTENDED
MEET EAST NIGHT
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation held a well attended
meeting of its directors last night,
Thursday, in the Sunshine room.
Ingraham Bldg.
Presided over by its chairman,
Montefiorc Selig, the directors
selected an executive director to
take charge during the leave of
absence granted to Morris Klass.
former director, who was induct-
ed into the armed forces. Stand-
ing committees (or the coming
year were appointed and the
executive and budget committees
elected. Mrs. Ben Meyers, sec-
retary, assisted the chairman
Ben Goldman was chosen as
executive director ol Federation
ed Thursday night constitute the
full committee.: Benjamin E.
Bronston, past year president:
Stanley C. Myers, honorary pres-
ident; Sam Blank, president; Ja-
cob Sher, vice president; Mitchell
Wolf son, vice president; Dr.
Frank Coret, vice president; Carl
Weinkle, vice president; Max
Orovitz, vice president; Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers, secretary; Jo-
seph R. Stein, treasurer; Monte-
fiorc Selig, chairman of board.
JUNE 10 LATEST FILING
DATE FOR BOOK NO. 3
Applicants for Ration Book No.
3 are reminded that June 10 was
the last date for filing applica-
tions. All applications postmark-
ed after that date will be pro-
cessed after August 1. which
means that a person who delayed
sending in the application will
be delayed in receiving his hook
Those persons who think they
have made a mistake in an ap-
TAKE ACTIVE PART
IN D. OF M. LIFE
plication and are endeavoring to
send in duplicates are advised
and will assume his duties July that under no condition should
1. Mr. Goldman is on leave of duplicates of the forms bo sent
absence from a similar position in t,, Jacksonville, In cases of W-
Buffalo made possible with the j ror, applicants will be contacted
joining to the War Chest of the in plenty of time to correct the
Fund Raising organization which error before Ration Book 3 is
he served. needed. Duplicate applications
Heads of standing committeesiwill only cause more contusion.
appointed by chairman of the Applicants are reminded that
board Selig. ale Leonard Abess. ,).,. .,. (1f ,.;l(.h memDer ol the
rating: David Phillips. year family. except service men.
round fund raising; Jacob Sher. should be list,! on the applica-
dehnquency and collections: Jake tion, along with the date of birth
Kelt, campaign planning; Dr. and that the person tilling out
Frank Coret, nominating, and rm js ri.M ;n ,t
Fred Shochet. publicity I N.....ks .,..,. ldj
Elected to comprise the ex- being mailed to Flondians. In
ecutive committee were Leo Ack- fact Florida is tie first state in
in. Rudy R. Adler. Mrs Ben- the nation to begin delivery of I Mrs. Frances K Stark and past
jamin E. Bronston. Samuel N Book 3, which is a resuit ol co-1 president ol Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Jewish-students are prominent
in the activities <>t the Univer-
sity of Miami as the present term
came to a close A perusal re-
veals interesting facts about
some of the students and briet
mention of several are noted in
this column.
Sender Stolove, science stu-
dent, was tapped to Iron Arrow.
men's honorary fraternity.
Rodnev Winficld. son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Wmfieki. was chosen for
head of J E A. was chosen for
membership to Delta Tau Alpha.
honorary ait fraternity. A fresh-
man, he is .lit editor of the year-
book and cartoonist for special
editions of the Hurricane.
Arline Lipson. daughter of Mr.
& Mrs. Abramson Lipson was
tapped for Lead and Ink. A D
Phi E. she is senator from the
junior class
Also tapped for Lead and Ink
was Martin Green berg of Miami
Beach who was recently elected
ident of the local chapter of
Alph Phi Omega, national honor-
ary service fraternity.
Among the graduates are
Dorothy Ann Levin, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Isaac Levin, who is
a member of Nu Kappa Tail,
Who's Who. Lead and Ink. Eng-
lish Honors, the Hurricane edit-
orial board. Snarks >md is editor
of the 1943 yearbook. She has
written two plays which were
luced at tin University, one
on the 1926 Hurricane and the
other "Substitute Sweethearts,"
on the U S. O.
Margery Stark .laughter of
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORJDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MBS. MABY SCHREBNICX rUpr*.ntatiTa
Rabbi M. Greenstein and son
Stanley were in Asheville where
they attended the B'nai B'rith
convention, and then continued
to New York for a visit.

Mrs. S. Sher spent some time
in Daytona Beach and then con-
tinued to New York where she
will spend the rest of the sum-
mer.

Mrs. Rose Sheppard and Mrs.
Felix Lesser are the house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lesser. Al-
meria Road
Mrs. Sam Cohen left for Ph,|=
delphia Tuesday morning *
spending the winter at the u!
terey Hotel. Mon"
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sack and Mrs. Monte Selig. FLAG DAY CELEBRATION TO' and Mrs Eman'uel Fineman, is
Serving on the important bud- BE HELD AT BEACH CENTER':ils" a reciP'ent uf ,,K" B A
get committee are Harry Boyell | degreei A membei ol Snarki
George Chertkof, Mrs Max Dob- The Flag Day celebration of 'S iiUlh"\ "f, "Sofa Sehnmmauc-
n. M H. H.ko. Edward Sho,em ,,:,,, SnS'lSTwSf f,TX ^USS^SSH
Lovitz, Harry Markowitz. Ben- be held Monday. June 14 8p m Iplas
jamin Meyers, Mrs. Stanley C. at the Miami Bead Ji sh Cen- r-
Myers, I S. Shapoff, William ter. 1415 I .... Chaplain C
er, Alex Van Strati C Mattison. chief chaplaii I l
S:,'n Znkow. Fifth District will be the prin-
. rne following officers and cipal spi akei A musical
M lurici
tees : lition to the n ers Gi the al
of the executive committee elect- fair.
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On*-hundred and forty two Jewilfc rl.aplain* are in irlivf iervi is Ihe
united States Army and Navy. Forty-nine more hate been endorsed and ire ,
waii.nr rommistioniiif. Recruiting: and aelectisa them is one of the im-
portant lob. Of the Committee on Army and Navy Religious Artivilirs of the
-IS A JruK"h *eU"r, Jrd I*Wi chaplain* are serving in this roulry
and throughout the world, wherever our fighting men have gone.
, i.napia.it Max A. Braude. Rabbi Max
Hn'k i! u''?,,*' Goldman. Standing, left to righl: Chaplains Ja.ob
Horhm.n, arold Coldf.rb. Albert S. Gold.tein. Sidney M. Lefkowi.x. Albert
Tnd iu,"u iV7-ZJS"heeh,m,n' Divid Alperl (Vifaschiuetti Slale Card)
end Harold H. (.ordon.
Britain. Russia, China and the United States joined in the Victory Luncheon" tie Conn,!
^ Organtzattons of the Un.ted Jewish War Effort at the Hotel CommodC t New Yo*
City recently. Pictured here, left to right, are Frederick W. Gehle chairman of Z r
raising Division of the British War Relief Society; Hon Eugene D KisseToT new,
ed Soviet Consul General in New York; Miss Lily T'ianq youna CtoZ.' 7 Y ****
instrucor in the Graduate School of Oriental I^^-TS. ^SZtfttZ
Tenenbaum, chairman of the Executive Committee of the United Jewish War VhJ* a
Bertram de N. Cruge, chauman of the London Committee of the Bnt.h WaTlSS"^
ety. who recenUy arrived from England. These representatives of the United Nan!L
pressed thanks to the United Jewish War Effort for the vital relief being Zl^Z Z
agency to Britain. Russia. China, and other Allies. Crushed by thut
Pi Uadelphii UTA'- Process
rted here this week in
connection with negotiations m-
' t by Alfred Rosenberg,
president of the Union of Amer-
ih brew Congregations, to
achieve peaci within Reform
Judaism on question of Zionism.
A sub-committee which met
J1; re to draft a program in the
l nion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations' attitude m Palestine
and post war rehabilitation of
the Jews m Europe, was reported
this week as having reached an
agreement. When approved bv
the executive board of the U. of
A. II. C, the program will be
communicated to the American
Jewish Conference and given as
the I in,,,, s instructions to its
fekpt" '" the Conferenece
4Jh.ew,uh-committe ens.,!, f
Adoiph Rosenberg, Rahh, Bai
nett Brickncr. Rabbi Maurice
ndrath, Dr. Julian Morgen-
stern. Judge Horace Stern. Rabb,
Uuis Wolaey Rabb, Juim Q
Heller. Rahb. Solomon Freehof,
Rabbi Louis Lgelson and Rabb.
William Fineshre.ber.
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WAR RECORDS
COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEO. M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. W. B. Director
GREATER IHIRmi HRRIV RRD RRUV CORiminEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
WK PK
SERVICE
^ r\ r\ r\ j*.
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. Sk.
EXECUTIVE COMMUTE!
Mrs. Walter Bronstoa
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Maurice Grossman
Louis Heiman
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Morris Klass
Mrs. Murry Korea
Harry Markowits
Nat Roth
Milton Sirkin
Joseph Stein
Mrs. Herbert W alias*
Carl Weinkle
ABOUT OUR BOYS
MIAMI 322 AZA BOYS
IN THE SERVICE
PVT. IRVING GERINGER.
USMC, son of Mr and Mrs. Sam
Geringer, 4397 N. Michigan Ave.,
is stationed at Camp Pendleton
Marine Base, Oceanside, Calif.,
with a reenforced battalion. Pvt.
Geringer had his boot training
at Parris Island, S. C, and was
also stationed.at New River, N.
C.| before moving west.
PVT. HERBERT WILENSKY.
U. S. A., has completed maneuv-
ers in the California desert and
is now back at Camp Haan, Cal-
ifornia. Pvt. Wilensky, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Wilensky,
640 S. W. 14th avenue, is in the
anti-aircraft division of the coast
artillery.
ALVIN GROSSMAN, former
president of the Y. M. H. A., was
inducted into the navy on May
28. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. I. M. Grossman, 1333 Me-
ridian Ave., Miami Beach.
SGT. DAVE SHUBOW, 420
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach is
now editor of Moore Field, Tex,
news weekly.
CORP. JOE SCHEINBERG.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mendel
Scheinberg, 242 S. W. Fourth St.,
worked for the Maxwell Co.. be-
fore entering the servcie He is
stationed at Camp Maxey, Tex.,
awaiting transfer to officer can-
didate school.
PVT. MURRAY MILLER of
the U. S. infantry, stationed at
Ft. McClellan, Alabama, has just
left on a ten day maneuver with
his regiment. Pvt. Miller's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller,
reside at 900 S. W. 4th street.
ACM 3/c IRWIN BERGER has
returned to the Melbourne. Flor-
ida, Naval Air Base, where he
will instruct flying cadets by the
link trainer. Petty Officer Ber-
ger spent one month at Washing-
ton, D. C. taking advanced train-
ing in his field. His parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berger of 1234
S. W. 4th St.
IRVING GETZUG, son of Mr.
and Mrs. S. Getzug, 1590 S. W.
19th avenue, left Tuesday for
Camp Blanding, Florida. An-
other University of Florida stu-
dent NORTON PALLOT. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Pallot. 1652
N. W. 1st street, will enter the
army June 17th, also at Camp
Blanding.
ENSIGN HAROLD SIMON, of
1411 Alton Road, Miami Beach,
returned last week-end for the
wedding Sunday of his sister.
Miss Belle Simon, a senior at the
American University at Wash-
ington, to Murray Ressler, en-
gineer, Washington, in the garden
of the family residence in Miami
Beach. Ensign Simon, a former
certified public accountant here,
is stationed at Norfolk, Va.
LT. (s.g.) ARTHUR N. ERSH-
LER. 32, of Hudson, N. Y., is the
recipient of a Navy Cross for
valor and heroism in the invas-
ion of North Africa last Novem-
ber. A dive bomber pilot at-
tached to an aircraft carrier, Lt.
Ershler participated in the "soft-
ening up" of enemy defense in-
stallations preceding the actual
landings in the French Moroccan
area. He was in the air many
hours while the attack was in
progress.
PLATOON SGT. STANLEY D.
KOPS. 33, New York City, has
been posthumously awarded the
Navy Cross. A member of the
First Marine Raider Battalion,
Sergeant Kops was cited by Sec-
retary Knox "for extraordinary
heroism" on Guadalcanal.
Name___________
Address (Home).
Date of Birth-
Name of Nearest Jlelath
Address______________
Date of Enlistment
Relationship
Branch of Sex-rice
Service AddiSSS___
FL No.___________
Rank
Outfit
Promotions, honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other
treats or services:---------------------------------------------------------
ATTENTIONI
A complete list of names
of all service men on file
with the War Records Com-
mittee will appear on this
page shortly. Records dis-
close a list nearing 600.
A recent survey shows 400
names and information miss-
ing. This list after being pub-
lished will be posted in all
public locations. Relatives
and friends of those in ser-
vice are asked to make sure
that these names and all
available information per-
taining thereto are on file
with the
Permanent War Records
ARMY- NAVY COMMITTEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE
BOARD
Nat Roth, Chairman
Care P. O. Box 2973
Miami 18, Florida
Jewish Boys on All Fronts
S/SGT. MARVIN MITCHELL.
20, of Philadelphia, holds the Air
Medal and Oak Loaf Cluster.
Member of a plane crew, serving
as gunner. Sergeant Mitchell has
been in action over Europe and
in the African campaign.
PFC. BERNARD SEIDEN. 20,
of Irvington, N. J., has been post-
humously awarded the Silver
Star for "intrepidity against ene-
my forces on Guadalcanal." Ob-
serving that a Jap shell had hit
a Marine dugout and buried two
men, Private Seiden and four
other men set to work digging
them out, ignoring continuous
shellfire and aerial attack.
T/SGT. JULIUS KLIFFER. 29,
of Minneapolis, Minn., lost his
life when his Flying Fortress fell
to enemy fire. Operating on the
European theatre, Sergeant Klif-
fer was chief engineer and gun-
ner. He was the son of Harry
Kliffer of 1631 Sheridan Ave., N.
LT. HOWARD WILLIAM
BLANK, 23, of Terre Haute. Ind.
was injured when the Flying
Fortress he was serving on as
gunner made a crash landing on
English soil after a burst of
enemy shell fire put the plane's
hydraulic system out of order.
Lt. Blank has recovered and is
on active duty again. He holds
a group citation for valuable
work over occupied Europe.
KAPLANS AND MORE KAP-
LANSTwo Harry Kaplans were
reported "wounded in action"
lately. Both their families live
in the Bronx, N. Y.within a
block of each other. Both boys
received the Order of the Purple
Heart, and reports on both came
to the Jewish Welfare Board's
Bureau of War Records in the
same week.
Harry No. 1, a private, is the
brother of Leon Kaplan, a Jew-
ish Welfare Board employe. Har-
ry No. 1,.wounded in action in
the South Pacific, recently wrote
home from a hospital somewhere
there, via V-mail, that he is get-
ting along well but does not
know when he will be released.
Harry No. 2, no relation, is a
private first class. He was
wounded in action during the
liberation of North Africa and is
recuperating in Halloran General
Hospital, Staten Island.
Just to add to the Bureau's
difficulties in keeping its fab-
ulously full files straight, word
came to their office before the
week was out that Pfc. Samuel
Kaplan of Brooklyn, N. Y.. had
been captured by the Germans
before Tunisia fell.
Also this week Maurice Kap-
lan of Brooklyn, wounded dur-
ing the invasion of Africa when
his transport was torpedoed, ar-
rived at the Bureau's office in
person for an interview. He had
just been mustered out of the
army, the severity of his wounds
incapacitating him for furtheT
services.
LT. EUGENE J. POLLOCK. 24
of New Orleans, La., is a multi-
decorated Jewish serviceman. He
holds the Distinguished Service
Cross, the Air Medal, and five
Oak Leaf Clusters.
Attached to a U. S. bomber
base in England, Lieutenant Pol-
lock is a Flying Fortress navigat-
or and has been participating in
the concentrated Allied assault
of the European continent. On
a recent raid over Paris, his plane
was one of 133 Forts which dev-
astated the Renault motor works.
"We left a whole mass of smoke
and burning buildings," Lieut.
Pollock told war correspondents.
"Gee, it was beautiful!"
In service two years, he joined
the Army Air Corps while still in
college and received his diploma
in uniform. He has a brother.
Howard, serving as ensign in the
Navy Air Corps. In 1936 and '37
Lieutenant Pollock, while still a
high school student, made sev-
eral trips overseas as a merchant
seaman, stopping in Spain, Italy,
France, England, Belgium. Hol-
land, Germany, and Algeria. Lt.
Pollock is married, and his wife.
Pansy, and mother, Mrs. Olga
Pollock, share a home at 424
Valmont street.
PVT. OREN LIBSON, 23. of
Minneapolis, Minn., has been
awarded the Distinguished Ser-
vice Medal and the Purple Heart
for gallantry under fire in the
Tunisian fighting. Driving an
American tank. Private Libson
was blown ten feet into the air
when an enemy shell hit his tank.
He was the only one of his crew
to come out alive. As he was
starting away, he stumbled over
a sergeant whose leg had been
shattered. Private Libson stopped
to administer first aid and while
doing so was hit in the leg.
Private Libson is now at home
on a thirty-day furlough. He is
the son of Sam Libson of 1104
Fourth Ave., N.
PVT. HARRY FINKELSTEIN
of Cleveland, was killed during
the American' invasion of North
Africa. He was the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward F. Finklestein
of 766 E. 91st street.
HELP WANTED!
to build the most all-inclusive list of Jewish men and
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:
Markowitz & Resnick
Abess I Costar
First Nations! Sank Biaa.
Adelman Pipe & Steel Co.
47 N. E. 26th St.
Abe Aronovitz
Miami, Florida
Carl's Markets
Miami Miami Bt.ch
Cowen's Shoe Stores
W4 E. FISQlar St. 822 Lincoln Re.
Cromer Wholesale
It N. E. Third St.
Green Bros.
H N. E. 24th St.
Hub Dry Goods
128 N. E. Miami Ave.
Jack C. Jayson
Miami
Donald Lavigne- -Uniforms
114 N. E. Second Avi.
1*1 S N. E. Second A vs.
Miami Iron & Metal Co.
SMI N. W. S2nd Ave.
Miami Rug Co.
100 8. Miami A vs.
Palmer Funeral Chapel
Sldnay H. Palmar, Roaidant Owner
Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc.
160 E. Flaglar St.
Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant
170 N. W. Firth St.
J. Ribin Sons-Original Rubins
14S N. Miami Ave.
Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan
Langford Building
Standard Wholesale Grocery Co.
14* N. E. 10th St.
Joseph R. Stein
Miami, Florida
Sybil's Women's Apparel
76 S. E. Flrat St.


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THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
New President of "Y" Busy Se-
lecting Committees
Leo Acksrman, newly elected
president i>f the Y. M. H. A., is
busy studying the membership
rolls with a view of selecting the
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tees lliat will function in the en-
suing year at the "Y."
"This is a critical year." says
Mr. Ackemian. "and I want to
be very careful in selecting the
right people for the committees."
I The names of the committees
land their personnel will be an-
nounced at a board meeting
Which will be held at the "Y"
on Wednesday. June 16.
Maurice Grossman Appointed
Chairman of Standards Commit-
tee for Defense Council.
C. D. Van Orsdel, chairman of
the Recreation Division of the
Dade County Defense Council.
has announced the appointment
of Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Y M H. A., as
chairman 01 the committee of
standards for the Service Men's
recreation facilities for the Dade
County Defense Council. The
purpose of this committee is to
set standard rules and regulation
by which the Service Men's fa-
cilities in the county shall be gov-
erned. Other members of the
committee with Mr. Grossman
are Mrs. Pancoast. Lt. Tom Rick-
man. George Brautigan and Miss
Elizabeth Bush.
Installation of Officers
The newly elected officers of
the Y. M and Y. W. H. A. will
hold a Joint installation in the
near future, according to an-
nouncements made by Leo Aek
erman and Mrs Al Reisman,
presidents of the V M and V W
H. A respectively
Attention is called t" the fact
tiiat al! Home Camp registrants
will i. xamim d Sunday morn-
ing. June 13. at 10 .''clock at the
"Y" by Dr. Barney Weinkle.
Camp Physician Only those
children who i i xamined and
passed by the doctor will be ad-
mitted to the camp. No children
will be admitted on Monday un-
it 'ss they were previously reg-
i arid i xamined
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BOMBER NAMED
The Bomber, purchased through
the B'nai B'rith April War Bond
sales has been named. A name
that is simplicity itselfB'nai
B'rith Greater Miamiwhich tells
a story. The name tills us this
bomber is in being (and we de-
liberately make it a living en-
tity) through the efforts of B'nai
B'rith of Greater Miami. The
Sons of the Covenant from the
playground of America, have en-
tered into a new covenant from
an area which is no longer a play-
ground, but geared for total war
The new covenant is with Hitler
actually the covenant is unilat-
eralan ex-parte pledge, writ-
ten in the blood of .Jewish peo-
ple and other minorities spilled
by history's most ruthless, blood-
thirsty would-be demi-god, to the
lunation of whom, we are
all committed From Sholcm
i this bomber of destruc-
tion is launched to the end that
victorious peace may once again
n. ign supreme.
American Jewish Conference
And to the end that victorious
peao n ay bring surcease of their
troubles to the Jews of the world
and all subjugated and op-
pressi i peoples, the American
Jewish Conference will play an
important part.
Most Jewish organizations in
this area have designated electors
to choose two delegates to the
American Jewish Conference.
The electors from Sholem Lodge
are Louis Heiman, Milton A.
Friedman. Harold Turk. S. B.
Miller. Aaron Edelman. Dr. Alex-
ander Kushner. Maurice Cromer.
Ernest Sussman. Leo Eisenstein.
Sol S Goldstrom. Carl Weinkle.
Albert A Green. Samuel Getzug.
and Paul Weitzman. Alternates \
are Morns Gerstein, Nat Roth.
Herman Popkin, Sam B Miller
Carl Weinkle, Theo. Abel, Rabbi
Max Shapiro. It is not too |atP
to become a blood donor Tim
and again we hear of the manv
lives saved by blood plasma oh
tamed just through such means
as is now being adopted by Sho
lem Lodge. Last Sunday Dr
Fishbein of the American Med-
ical Association stated over the
radio that the greatest scientific
contribution responsible for the
saving of more lives than an-
other single discovery is the ad
vance preparation of blood pit*
ma available for immediate
The mortality rate of If
wounded men in this war
trast to some 7% in the
is due primarily to the
use.
of
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ast war
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of 100 by
ity ot blood plasma,
help save six lives but
becoming a blood donor.
District 5 Convention
A report was submitted un the
District 5 Grand Lodge Conven-
tion held at Asheville N C
starting May 29. Milton A Fried-
man was elected to the Court of
Appeals of B'nai B'rith at this
convention and the convention
was marked by A. Z. A. activities
one of which was the debating
contest won by the Miami A Z
A. Chapter.
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*T phineas J. Bmoir
(CONTINUES FROM PAQE 41
Abe Richardson. Isidore Cohen.
Ben G.ller. Sam Silver, and Jack Operator Actor David War-
'^ | field is in his 77th yearbut he's
rS. T ,h r pU1SUaTnt to I thinking of com.ne out of
of the American Jewish
nference, has designated two
men to appear on the ballot of
S, Louis Heiman and
Hah: : Max Shapiro.
On June 13th. 1943. at Beth
David Talmud Torah. 4 p.m.. at
a meeting called for that purpose
by the local convenors. Harry
Simonhoff. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers and Stanley C. Myers, the
electors from all organizations
represt :..< I will elect two dele-
gates to the Ami rican Jewish
Conferen
Ruaaian War Relief
At a meeting held last Sunday.
Sholem Lodge endorsed the cam-
paign now conducted by the Rus-
sian War Relief to procure
clothes for the brave Russian
people. Every family and every
individual is urged to go through
their closets, trunks, and store-
rooms, and set apart every arti-
of clothing which they no
longer require. More especially,
warm clothing, suits, and coats
should be given whenever pos-
All clothing and articles
should be delivered to Lorraine
Arcade. East Flagler street, where
tags will be supplied and such
tags will indicate the name and
address of the sender. The Rus-
sian War Relief will mend and
repair all articles delivered be-
fore shipment. Send ,n vour
clothes to the Russian people
now. *^ K
Blood Bank Driee
With June almost half gone and
the drive due to terminate at the
ffu ? "H* m0nth' the ^Ponse
falls far short of expectationT In
addition to the 20-odd who vol-
unteered and whose names were
recorded in a previous column.
the follow,*, have volunteered
to donate blood to the Dadt
County Blood Bank Georee J
Raehlin. Isek Meerson Geor/e
Chaikm. Ben Ciller. Ben
of coming out ot re-
tirement to take an active mter-
in Hollywood affairs ... If
your butcher can't supply you
with steaks in exchange for your
ration coupons, get next to band-
leader Benny Goodman Ben-
ny has become a partner in a
Pennsylvania cattle farm His
plans for the future, incidental-
ly include a tour of South Amer-
ica .. Henry J- Bemheim. a
retired tobacco merchant, is the
pioneer in a "new" method of
transportation through Manhat-
tan's streets .. He ha- made
, permanent arrangements to have
j a horse-drawn brougham carry
him from place to place for the
duration Once upon a time
Mr. Bernheim had two cars, but
he gave them up months ago.
WEEKLY GIGGLE
The French, cracks Winchell.
know what use they're going to
make of the wall Hitler is build-
ing around his Fortress Europe:
They're going to use that wall to
stand the Nazis up against some
dawn And that military ex-
pert, Eddie Cantor, insists that
the reason the Allies haven t
bombed Berchtesgaden is that
that's where Roosevelt and
Churchill are planning to hold
their next meeting.
Silver,
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PAGE TWO *> Jewish narktiam FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1943 ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES BEACH ZIONIST The Miami Beach Zionist District has received noteworthy recognition for its rapid development from National headquarters and according to reports received ranks favorably with the outstanding districts throughout the Country in the Nation-wide membership campaign now in progress by the Z. O. A. Philip Salmon, secretary of the Beach district reports many additional members have been added to the roster. A report of the progress in the project of planting 1000 trees in the Marvin Bronner Grove in Palestine is being readied for presentation to the next general meeting, plans for which are now being made, Shepard Broad president announced. Dr. W. A. Lipkind treasurer is leaving the city and will stop in Washington, National offices to confer with regard to an expansion of the Beach district. An expression of thanks was extended by the organization to Moses Ginsburg, Miami Beach resident for support given the Zionist movement as evidenced by the payment of S250 for this year's dues to the body. B'NAI FRITH GIRLS BETH SHOLOM The Junior Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith had election of officers at their meeting June 2. New officers are: President, Bernycc Badanes, unanimous; vice president, Theresa Cohen; recording secretary, Elyse Newman; corresponding secretary, Mirium ScheiniK-rg, and treasurer, Doris Feldman. The new officers will assume their duties at the next meeting. This is Miss Badanes' second term as president. SCHAAREI ZEDEK The members of the first confirmation class of Beth Sholom Center received their certificates from the hands of President Abraham Frankel in an impressive ceremony last Sunday night. Charles S. Tobin, chairman of the board, presided as master of ceremonies, and a program was presented with Eve Naomi Machtei, David Tobin. Nelson Kemp, and Charles Greenberg participating. Rabbi S. M. Machtei addressed the large gathering. Presentation of honor certificates to religious school students was made by Superintendent Fred B. Miller. Presentation of gifts. Bibles to confirmants, and gifts to the Sunday school staff, Mrs. S. Paetro. Mrs. D. Newman. Miss Eve Naomi Machtei. F. B. Miller. S. Paetro, and Miss Phyllis Kohn. in absentia were presented by Mrs. Rell G. Tobin. president of Beth Sholom Sisterhood. Mrs. J. Greenberg was at the piano. Charles Greenberg spoke for the confirmation class in presenting a gift to the rabbi. The mothers of the confirmants were hostesses at a reception held in the social hall of the Center. The following students were recipients of honor certificates: Ronald Ansin. Alyn Esther Bergsman. Nelson Kemp. Stewart Kohn. Pauline Oppcnheim, Theodore Newman. Alan Stuart Ross. Nancy Rothman. and David Schmerin. BETHDAVm____ At the closing exercises held at Beth David Sunday School May 30th, the following pupils received awards for outstanding work and attendance during the semester: Robert Sterling. Happy Rose. Babette Coulter. Beverly Segal. Irene Bergman, Adele Seigel, Rcva Shapiro, Sandra Shier. Edwin Frank. Esther Lelbowitz. Stanley Toplan, Robert Schwartz. Ruth Hagan. Roslyn Frank. Jerry Schullman, Charlene Cootner. Sheldon Gans. Estelle Greenberg. Buddy Weisscl. Evelyn Schwartz, Freddie Scher, Dolores Simons: Hebrew honor students include Victor Ellins. Melvin Waldorf. Renec Waldorf. Estelle Greenberg, Ruth Saal, Herman Roscnthal. Bernard Rosenthal. Reuben Serkin. Leon Segel, Stanley Saal. Charlene Rossin. Sidney Dickson. Refugee Youngsters, Aided by NRS Are Happy to Be in Free America BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN MERACHI Congregation Shaarei Zedek will hold its annual all day picnic Sunday, June 13. Trucks will leave the Synagogue 1545 S. W. 3rd Street, 10:00 a. m. sharp. Children of the Talmud Torah and Sunday School, as well as all adult members of the Congregation are invited to attend. The Mizrachi Organization of Miami will hold a meeting Saturday evening. June 12. at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue, 590 S. W. 17th Avenue. PIONEER WOMEN The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami for Palestine is sponsoring a card party and bingo for the benefit of the Child's Rescue Fund. It will be held June 27 at the Y. M. H. A. YOUR WAR BOND DOLLARS WILL BRING VICTORY Perhaps you can't serve on the tiring 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. IAM FEIIERAVL • MIAMI A SAVINGS INSTITUTIONRESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON. President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE An impressive candle ceremony celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Business and Professional Division of Hadassah will take place at the home of Mrs. Milton Sirkin. 2024 N. Bay Road, Miami Beach. Monday June 14. Symbolizing the work and ideals of Hadassah the candle lighting ceremony will be participated in by Dorothy Lightman. Faye Werner, Sylvia Abraham. Birdie Ross. Frances Cooper. Dorothy Stone. Irene Moskowitz, Bernice Stone, Eleanor Newman, Libby Block and Marion Block. Members of Senior Hadassah will be honor guests. TOWER THEATRE W. CTM ST. AT 1Mk AVI. OPEN AT 1:4* P. M. Friday and Matinee Only Saturday. Juno 11-12 "Buckskin Frontier" WITH RICHARD DIX JANE WYATT MAX BAER ALBERT DEKKER • • Starts Saturday at 7:30 P. M. and Sunday Through Wednesday. June 12-16 from GYPSY ROSE LEE'S "G-String Murders" BARBARA STANWYCK "Lady of Burlesque" WITH MICHAEL O'SHEA I. EDWARD BROMBERG Alka-Seltzor H AVC ou triad Alka-SaltMr for CM aa Bliiiit 8ar Staataafc, "M.ral., Afur" and Cald blatraaat U not. wnr aotT Fl irofnpt ID aatioa. at Thirty ink and caata. NERVINE 1,'OR relief from Functional Ma*. voua Diatnrbamaj aoeh aa fltias launaaa, Cranktnaaa. KicruMIMr, N.rrou. Headache and Nan.aa fatdiCMtion. Tableta IS and 744. Liquid 25* and II.M. Band dl Uooa and ua only aa directed. %  -. On their flrt day In free America these refugee youngster* who arrived on the Serpa Pinto recently laugh and play, sing happy tonga, eat aa f. fylng meala. Since their arrival they have been placed In aelected foster homes by the European-Jewish Chit. dren's Aid, National Refugee Service affiliate, in cooperation with local child-care agencies. These children are among the 84 who have been brought hers since the first of the year on affidavits of the U 8. Committee for the Care of European Children. The National Refugee 8ervice and the Joint Distribution Committee with the United Paleatine Appeal, receive their funda from the United Jewish Appeal. CURRENT RATION DATES Meats. Cheese, Fats. Canned Fish: June 6. L'red stamp became valid. June 30, J and K red stamps expire. Canned Fruits and Vegetables: June 7. G. H. and J blue stamps expired: July 7, K. L, and M blue stamps will expire. Sugar: Aug. 15, Stamp 13 good for five pounds expires; stamps 1 and 16 good for five pounds if needed for canning; persons needing additional allotments for canning may apply at ration boards. Coffee: June 30, Stamp 24. good for one pound, expires. Shoes: June 15. Stamp 17 expires; June 16, Stamp 18 becomes valid. Gas: July 21 No. 5 coupons in A book expire. Applicants for supplementary gas rations must secure certificate from the official car-sharing committee. Fuel Oil: Sept. 30 present fuel oil tickets expire and new heating period begins. JOE ROSE HEADS M BEACH HOME CAMP COMMITTEE Members of the Beach Home Camp Committee, under the newly formed Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. of Miami Beach, are: Joe Rose, chairman; Rabbi Mooes Mescheloff, vice chairman; Mrs. Miriam Stfkin, Milton Sirkin, Al Mechlowitz, Mrs. Anne Meyers, and Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami Y. M. H. 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FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1943 vJewist) fhr/dUan PAGE SEVEN r WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEO. M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. W. B. Director GREATER IHIRmi HRRIV RRD RRUV CORiminEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD WK PK SERVICE ^ r\ r\ r\ j*. 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. SK. EXECUTIVE COMMUTE! Mrs. Walter Bronstoa Mrs. Max Dobrin Maurice Grossman Louis Heiman Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Morris Klass Mrs. Murry Korea Harry Markowits Nat Roth Milton Sirkin Joseph Stein Mrs. Herbert W alias* Carl Weinkle ABOUT OUR BOYS MIAMI 322 AZA BOYS IN THE SERVICE PVT. IRVING GERINGER. USMC, son of Mr and Mrs. Sam Geringer, 4397 N. Michigan Ave., is stationed at Camp Pendleton Marine Base, Oceanside, Calif., with a reenforced battalion. Pvt. Geringer had his boot training at Parris Island, S. C, and was also stationed.at New River, N. C.| before moving west. PVT. HERBERT WILENSKY. U. S. A., has completed maneuvers in the California desert and is now back at Camp Haan, California. Pvt. Wilensky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Wilensky, 640 S. W. 14th avenue, is in the anti-aircraft division of the coast artillery. ALVIN GROSSMAN, former president of the Y. M. H. A., was inducted into the navy on May 28. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Grossman, 1333 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. SGT. DAVE SHUBOW, 420 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach is now editor of Moore Field, Tex, news weekly. CORP. JOE SCHEINBERG. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg, 242 S. W. Fourth St., worked for the Maxwell Co.. before entering the servcie He is stationed at Camp Maxey, Tex., awaiting transfer to officer candidate school. PVT. MURRAY MILLER of the U. S. infantry, stationed at Ft. McClellan, Alabama, has just left on a ten day maneuver with his regiment. Pvt. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller, reside at 900 S. W. 4th street. ACM 3/c IRWIN BERGER has returned to the Melbourne. Florida, Naval Air Base, where he will instruct flying cadets by the link trainer. Petty Officer Berger spent one month at Washington, D. C. taking advanced training in his field. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berger of 1234 S. W. 4th St. IRVING GETZUG, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Getzug, 1590 S. W. 19th avenue, left Tuesday for Camp Blanding, Florida. Another University of Florida student NORTON PALLOT. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Pallot. 1652 N. W. 1st street, will enter the army June 17th, also at Camp Blanding. ENSIGN HAROLD SIMON, of 1411 Alton Road, Miami Beach, returned last week-end for the wedding Sunday of his sister. Miss Belle Simon, a senior at the American University at Washington, to Murray Ressler, engineer, Washington, in the garden of the family residence in Miami Beach. Ensign Simon, a former certified public accountant here, is stationed at Norfolk, Va. LT. (s.g.) ARTHUR N. ERSHLER. 32, of Hudson, N. Y., is the recipient of a Navy Cross for valor and heroism in the invasion of North Africa last November. A dive bomber pilot attached to an aircraft carrier, Lt. Ershler participated in the "softening up" of enemy defense installations preceding the actual landings in the French Moroccan area. He was in the air many hours while the attack was in progress. PLATOON SGT. STANLEY D. KOPS. 33, New York City, has been posthumously awarded the Navy Cross. A member of the First Marine Raider Battalion, Sergeant Kops was cited by Secretary Knox "for extraordinary heroism" on Guadalcanal. Name Address (Home). Date of BirthName of Nearest Jlelath Address Date of Enlistment Relationship Branch of Sex-rice Service AddiSSS FL No. Rank Outfit Promotions, honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other treats or services: ATTENTIONI A complete list of names of all service men on file with the War Records Committee will appear on this page shortly. Records disclose a list nearing 600. A recent survey shows 400 names and information missing. This list after being published will be posted in all public locations. Relatives and friends of those in service are asked to make sure that these names and all available information pertaining thereto are on file with the Permanent War Records ARMYNAVY COMMITTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD Nat Roth, Chairman Care P. O. Box 2973 Miami 18, Florida Jewish Boys on All Fronts S/SGT. MARVIN MITCHELL. 20, of Philadelphia, holds the Air Medal and Oak Loaf Cluster. Member of a plane crew, serving as gunner. Sergeant Mitchell has been in action over Europe and in the African campaign. PFC. BERNARD SEIDEN. 20, of Irvington, N. J., has been posthumously awarded the Silver Star for "intrepidity against enemy forces on Guadalcanal." Observing that a Jap shell had hit a Marine dugout and buried two men, Private Seiden and four other men set to work digging them out, ignoring continuous shellfire and aerial attack. T/SGT. JULIUS KLIFFER. 29, of Minneapolis, Minn., lost his life when his Flying Fortress fell to enemy fire. Operating on the European theatre, Sergeant Kliffer was chief engineer and gunner. He was the son of Harry Kliffer of 1631 Sheridan Ave., N. LT. HOWARD WILLIAM BLANK, 23, of Terre Haute. Ind. was injured when the Flying Fortress he was serving on as gunner made a crash landing on English soil after a burst of enemy shell fire put the plane's hydraulic system out of order. Lt. Blank has recovered and is on active duty again. He holds a group citation for valuable work over occupied Europe. KAPLANS AND MORE KAPLANS—Two Harry Kaplans were reported "wounded in action" lately. Both their families live in the Bronx, N. Y.—within a block of each other. Both boys received the Order of the Purple Heart, and reports on both came to the Jewish Welfare Board's Bureau of War Records in the same week. Harry No. 1, a private, is the brother of Leon Kaplan, a Jewish Welfare Board employe. Harry No. 1,.wounded in action in the South Pacific, recently wrote home from a hospital somewhere there, via V-mail, that he is getting along well but does not know when he will be released. Harry No. 2, no relation, is a private first class. He was wounded in action during the liberation of North Africa and is recuperating in Halloran General Hospital, Staten Island. Just to add to the Bureau's difficulties in keeping its fabulously full files straight, word came to their office before the week was out that Pfc. Samuel Kaplan of Brooklyn, N. Y.. had been captured by the Germans before Tunisia fell. Also this week Maurice Kaplan of Brooklyn, wounded during the invasion of Africa when his transport was torpedoed, arrived at the Bureau's office in person for an interview. He had just been mustered out of the army, the severity of his wounds incapacitating him for furtheT services. LT. EUGENE J. POLLOCK. 24 of New Orleans, La., is a multidecorated Jewish serviceman. He holds the Distinguished Service Cross, the Air Medal, and five Oak Leaf Clusters. Attached to a U. S. bomber base in England, Lieutenant Pollock is a Flying Fortress navigator and has been participating in the concentrated Allied assault of the European continent. On a recent raid over Paris, his plane was one of 133 Forts which devastated the Renault motor works. "We left a whole mass of smoke and burning buildings," Lieut. Pollock told war correspondents. "Gee, it was beautiful!" In service two years, he joined the Army Air Corps while still in college and received his diploma in uniform. He has a brother. Howard, serving as ensign in the Navy Air Corps. In 1936 and '37 Lieutenant Pollock, while still a high school student, made several trips overseas as a merchant seaman, stopping in Spain, Italy, France, England, Belgium. Holland, Germany, and Algeria. Lt. Pollock is married, and his wife. Pansy, and mother, Mrs. Olga Pollock, share a home at 424 Valmont street. PVT. OREN LIBSON, 23. of Minneapolis, Minn., has been awarded the Distinguished Service Medal and the Purple Heart for gallantry under fire in the Tunisian fighting. Driving an American tank. Private Libson was blown ten feet into the air when an enemy shell hit his tank. He was the only one of his crew to come out alive. As he was starting away, he stumbled over a sergeant whose leg had been shattered. Private Libson stopped to administer first aid and while doing so was hit in the leg. Private Libson is now at home on a thirty-day furlough. He is the son of Sam Libson of 1104 Fourth Ave., N. PVT. HARRY FINKELSTEIN of Cleveland, was killed during the American' invasion of North Africa. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Finklestein of 766 E. 91st street. HELP WANTED! to build the most all-inclusive list of Jewish men and 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: Markowitz & Resnick Abess I Costar First Nations! Sank Biaa. Adelman Pipe & Steel Co. 47 N. E. 26th St. Abe Aronovitz Miami, Florida Carl's Markets Miami — Miami Bt.ch Cowen's Shoe Stores W4 E. FISQlar St. — 822 Lincoln Re. Cromer Wholesale It N. E. Third St. Green Bros. H N. E. 24th St. Hub Dry Goods 128 N. E. Miami Ave. Jack C. Jayson Miami Donald Lavigne-Uniforms 114 N. E. Second Avi. 1*1 S N. E. Second A vs. Miami Iron & Metal Co. SMI N. W. S2nd Ave. Miami Rug Co. 100 8. Miami A vs. Palmer Funeral Chapel Sldnay H. Palmar, Roaidant Owner Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc. 160 E. Flaglar St. Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant 170 N. W. Firth St. J. Ribin Sons-Original Rubins 14S N. Miami Ave. Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan Langford Building Standard Wholesale Grocery Co. 14* N. E. 10th St. Joseph R. Stein Miami, Florida Sybil's Women's Apparel 76 S. E. 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wJemsti IFIoiridliai in CTORY £25553 y^ jhewiisih VmBty VOLUME 16—No. 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1943 PRICE TEN CENTS Y. M. H. A. Home Camp to Open Fifth Annual Session ing, camp fires, pageant and playground. Noon day luncheons will be served and milk will be given the children twice daily. The staff in attendance will be: Essie Schaffer, supervisor; Naomi Grossman, assistant supervisor, kindergarten instructor and suD ATE I P r P se April 19 to Honor CHANGED TO LATE ^ ur ^ er€( ^ J ews f Warsaw IN 1. 1 The fifth annual session of the Summer Home Camp of the Y. M. H. A. will commence Monday morning, June 14, at 9 o'clock. All is in readiness for a splendid summer camp and according to Maurice Grossman, executive director, a large registration is expected. The camp will continue for aw; ur. Barney weinKie, camp aeierrea until tne latter part of The Warsaw .ghetto battle i period of nine weeks and caters physician; Blanche Meyers, danAugust, it was announced here which at least 300 Nazis were to boys and girls between the cing instructor and counsellor; [this week following a meeting at killed and 2,000 wounded, startages of 4 and 14. Activities given that the democratic world observe April 19 every year as "Jewish Day," in commemoration of the heroic Warsaw Jews who New York (WNS)-The Amer: fou ht f """S for th roe ecks „ "' against heavily-armed and reLondon (WNS)—A proposal ing today on all fronts for the ugaiu: i lll'UY iiy-ui llll'U UIIU llican Jewish Conference, tenta-. inforced Nazi troops, was made pervisor of journals; Mrs. Lichtively scheduled to meet during this week by the influential stetter, librarian and story tellthe first week of July, has been London Evening Standard. er; Dr. Barney Weinkle, camp deferred until the latter part of, The Warsaw ghetto battle in to the children include arts and crafts, athletics, ballet and tap dancing, checkers, chess, clubs, dramatics, games, gymnastics, Louis Gadon, Hebrew instructor; Betty Graham, arts and crafts instructor; Don McClosky, Bernard Shenkman, Hope Ellen Tannenbaum, counsellors; Mrs. ference's executive committee. Passover, when Nazi execution The executive committee votsquads invaded the ghetto with ed also to convene the Conferorders to liquidate the remainence in New York City or in a ing Jewish population. Hebrew classes, hikes, hobbies, Greenberg, kitchen supervisor. neighboring community. The The Evening Standard said in Jewish folk lore, kamera klub, All instructors have received i announcement emphasized that its editorial: "April 19, the day the Hotel BUtmore of the Coned on April 19, the first day of library, music, reading hour, scrap book, sewing, showers, shuffle board, songs, story tellspecial training and practically all counsellors are graduates of the Home Camp. JUDGE WISEHEART SWORN IN AS NEW CIRCUIT JUDGE Judge Marshall C. Wiseheart, former Dade county legislator, was sworn in last Saturday as a judge in Dade County circuit court. Wiseheart was appointed by Gov. Spessard Holland following adjournment of the legislature. local elections for delegates to when human valor converted the the conference must be held by \ Warsaw ghetto into a fortress of June 30 in accordance with the freedom should be an honored original plans. ; day among men cherishing mercy During the interim period the an d tolerance. Jews are fightbusiness of the Conference will cause of humanity, and the Jew will be among the proud participants of common victory." According to the underground Polish radio station SWIT, 2,000 Warsaw Jews were shot to death and 3,000 others perished in their flaming homes during the battle. The Nazi employed artillery, machine guns, flame throwers and light bombing planes against the Jews who were fighting with makeshift weapons and with arms smuggled into the ghetto by the Polish underground movement. Latest reports from Poland indicate that the ghetto has been completely destroyed, with the last 14,000 Warsaw Jews deported to an unknown destination in the east. At one time the Warsaw ghetto was populated by close to 500.000 Jews. ~M 0 COO w LiltV-.UIIIU1 L'llLl' Will be directed by a national presiDICKSTEIN ASKS BRIT AW, U. I ANCIENT LAND OF THE c^rmitte Ct :nd^omp e o.ed Xe o C f Ut Dr e S EASE EMIGRATION BAN SAXONS IS RECLAIMED Stephen S. Wise, president of the London (JTA)—Five hundred acres of abandoned swamp land J.W.B. NAMES OFFICERS FOR ENSUING YEAR At the annual meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bureau Monday evening presided over .by Rabbi Max Shapiro, the following directors were elected to the board for three-year terms: Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, Stanley C. MyMrs. Monte Selig, Joseph union, Mitchell Wolfton. Mrs. | swiMMimi FOOLS TO OPEN, 1'^' "" u mw*w juin addressing a conference called Saxons have been Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Rose! FOR SCOUTS OF DADE CO. 'MIGRATION TO PALESTINE by the Jewish Peoples committee, through the efforts of members ^f. ISS ll Eisenstein, and R. R. i —— I of the Zionist youth movement Adler. The directors will elect 1 A series of swimming classes L New 5,?* WTA)—A resoluBRITISH LEADER SAYS JEWS and are now producing hundreds their OWn Officers *— **" %  ""* finn f\r\ KQloclina ul-i/.U .J11 Urt —— — — ----New York (JTA)—An appeal S^nrv M T C o n g r e s to the governments of the United SE7-2K^iL f r ;i S,dent f States and Britain to ease their Bnai Brith. and Judge Joseph immigration regulations to perm Malmcsbury, m Southern Enga~. • r"'P re dent of the mit entry of additional numbers land which, according to ancient Americ an Jewish Commit tee. of re f U gees was voiced here by records, was owned 1,200 years era, Mrs. Monte Selig, Joseph ; MtitMip-— Congressman Samuel Dickstein. ago by Athelstan, King of the Lipton, Mitchell Wolfton. Mrs. I SWIMMING POOLS TO OPEN, W MEN S LEAGUE DEMANDS addressing a conference called Saxons have been recLimed Ml'VlT ^rliw.-irlv Mrs Rr.cn C/-\n PO^.mf. s^r. ^ T MMTdR A TTON TO D H T fCTIMr I,,U.. .. of tons of food, it is reported in the London News Chronicle this n series of swimming classes ;** /----'—* •••onmon JJCSVL/UI OAIO jtwi for Scouts of Dade county will, *' on on !" les ,V. ne A which wi be ARE "NATION WITH IDEAL Hold-over directors of the Bu-, begin Monday, June 14, free of PJ J. ? to thc Amcr 'can Jew-: the London News Chronicle thi: reau are: Rabbi Max Shapiro, charge, under the auspices of i ^ ConIc ^nce by the National London (J T A)—The Jewish week by that paper's agriculturBaron deHirsch Meyer, Anna the American Red Cross, it was !" omen s League of the United peo ple will survive this war beal editor. Brenner Meyers, Sidney Lefannounced by Mrs. Edith How^l??? 8 *} L W3S adopted here at ; cause they are a "nation with an The Chronicle says that 40 court, Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Jo-. ard, director of safety services i nrt c a ay conference. ideal." declared Richard A. Butyoung men, who are receiving seph Berman, George Chertkof, for the organization. Tne resolution urges that the! ler, president of the board of agricultural training in preparaDr. Frank Coret, Leon Elkin^Irv-' The classes will be held all : f ate f of ^Palestine remain open education and former under-section for going to Palestine, are ing Frankel, Mrs. George GoldI through"the aumnUr^at'various fo L r J ewish settl ers; that the Jewberg, Mrs. Louis Hartz, M. J. Miami pools I i sh A *' nc Y for Palestine be vestKopelowitz, Mrs. Stanley C. MyThe c i "_ win K „ ., „ •* wi !" the control of Jewish imera, Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal, %  d !" a t P #J 4? f f've; m.grat.on into Palestine, and that Pincus Scheinberg, Monte Selig, JKu *1 f* !" 45 minute Pe-, Palestine be established at a Jewand George Wolpert. commonwealtl Reports of the case and inter; pretation committees were heard and Sidney Lefcourt, treasurer, delivered a financial report. SUMMER HEBREW CLASSES NOW HELD IN MORNINGS Much Interest is Being Manifest in American Jewish Conference retary for foreign affairs, adworking the land. The youths dressing the opening session of live in a nearby hostel and pool the World Congress of Faiths all their wages. The agricultural this week. The meeting is being ; officer of Wiltshire, the county attended by 2.000 persons of all in which Malmesbury is located, religions. ;j s quoted as saying that the young Zionists are "among the best extra workers we have taken on. They learn quickly, work well and seem the happiest persons in the community." The Jewish Education Association announces that classes in Hebrew are now being held at the Beth David Talmud Torah, 135 N. W. Third Avenue, and at the Beth Jacob Talmud Torah, 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Summer classes are in session Monday through Thursday mornings, from 9 to 12:30. Tuition is free. H. H. HYMAN NAMED HEAD OF RED CROSS FUND DRIVE Chairman of the 1944 war fund drive for Dade County Chapter of the American Red Cross is H. H. Hyman, utilities' executive, whose appointment was announced Saturday. The new war fund chairman in accepting the appointment declared that the continued demands of war on its relief program would increase the financial needs of the Red Cross beyond those of any previous year. Hyman already has started organization for the next war fund drive which probably will be in the early spring of 1944. A sharp rise of interest throughout the nation's Jewish communities as the day for the election of delegates to the American Jewish Conference in New York, emphasizing the growing strength of the response of the Jewish population in the United States to the holding of the Conference which has for its purpose the establishment by American Jewry of a program of common action to deal with postwar Jewish problems. A unique but by no means unexpected phenomenon is the growing tendency in American communities to make the day of election a day of "stocktaking" in regard to the situation of world Jewry. In many communties, plans have already been formulated for' an examination of the Jewish situation and an analysis of the various proposals that have been offered for the amelioration of the tragedy which at present confronts world Jewry. Reports have already been received from election districts in which candidates for the office of delegate to the Conference have arranged to deliver addresses surveying the probThe local election of two delegates will take place Sunday afternoon starting at 4:00 o'clock at Beth David Talmud Torah. 139 N. W. Third Ave. With more than 30 organisations expected to participate in the election the following have been nominated as delegates: Mrs. Max Dobrin. Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Maurice Grossman, Louis Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Moses Mesch•loff, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Stanley C. Myers, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Harry Simonhoff and George Wolpert. lems which beset world Jewry and offering their views as to the solutions to be applied. A typical example of the dual role which the election day will serve is furnished by the Boston Jewish community. In that city a full program has been outlined for June 13, the date set for the local electoral convention. Following the balloting two outstanding national Jewish leaders will address the session. Special evidence of the intense interest being evinced in the Conference was shown in the last few days by a request received at Conference headquarters from the Canton, Ohio, Jewish community that it be permitted to choose its delegates by popular vote entirely. Under the rules adopted by the National Elections Board permission for this method of elections was given provided the organizations of the district involved gave their unanimous approval to the request. It is expected that the various American Jewish communities will plan their election day agendas to suit the particular needs of their districts. The simple procedure which smaller communities are able 'to apply are manifestly 'unsuitable for larger centers which must face complications and difficulties not present in the case of the smaller communities. In general, it appears, however, that in many communities the elections will be held in the daytime and the evening will be devoted to an assembly of the successful electors for the purpose of discussing the problems likely to come before the Conference sessions. WARSAW JEWS DEPORTED POLISH GOVERNMENT SAYS London (JTA)—Details of the mass-deportation of the Jews from the Warsaw ghetto prior to 'the uprising there reached the Polish government here this week. They disclosed that 60 Jews committed suicide in the ghetto within six days and 2,648 Jewish wen and women were shot during the same period when they resisted deportation orders. REJECT HITLER'S DEMANDS FOR 200,000 JEWISH SLAVES Berne (WNS)—At their recent conference in Berlin, Admiral Horthy, Regent of Hungary, rejected Hitler's demand for 200,000 Jewish slave laborers for the Russian front, according to reports circulating in diplomatic circles here this week. The Hungarian Regent reportedly refused Hitler's request on I the grounds that Hungary has already furnished 10,000 Jews to I the Nazi military machine on the Russian front, and that an internal crisis would develop in Hungary if he attempted to carry out such an order.



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1\i\".VFRIDAY. JUNE 11. 1943 +Je*lsh nark/Ian SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS ENGAGEMENT Announcement of the engagement of Miss Edna Malter to David Platt, was made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Malter, 900 Fourth St., Miami Beach. Miss Malter was graduated from Miami Beach High School at the close of the semester. Mr. Platt, son of Mr. and Mrs Morris Platt, 715 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, is a graduate of the same high school and of the University of Miami. He is now with the U. S. Army War Training Service stationed in Greenville, S. C. BAR MITZVAH PERSONALS Mr. Nat Roth has returned home after a five week tour of the North. Mrs. Pauline Chill has returned to New York after spending the winter here. The engagement of Miss Etta Warsaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Warsaw, Atlanta, and Corp. Ralph J. Rosen, U. S. Air Corps, son of Mrs. Anna Rosen. 4301 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, was announced this week. Mr. Stanley Tannenbaum, son of Dr. Charles Tannenbaum, is vacationing at Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Emanuel Seitlin has returned to the city for a short stay with his mother, Mrs. Jean Seitlin of Coconut Grove. WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. David H. Adlerblum and son-in-law, Dr. S. Slutzky have left the city to take up residence in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seitelman. 1341 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, announce the marriage of their daughter Sonny Harriet, to Lt. Morton S. Keiser, U. S. A., of Baltimore. The wedding took place Sunday at Miss Seitelman's home. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Loeb and daughter, Marilyn, have left for New York. Mr. Loeb was associated with Fleicher Studios at Coral Gables. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. William Shayne announce the birth of a son, William Sandro. BRITHS Last Sunday, Rabbi S M Machtei officiated at the Brith Milan and at the Pidyon Haben of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Shayne, 1325 San Marco Island, at their home. Thursday, Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Victoria hospital at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steinman. 7620 Dickens avenue. Miami u a .u h V„.? nd on Fridav at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Fund. 1024 Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach. Mrs. S. Augustine left for Tampa, this week where she is visiting her son Dr. L. S. Augustine. She is accompanied by her grandchild Miss Diane Predinger. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel and children. Sydney and Civic, have left for a vacation tour to resorts in the north. They will return to their home, 4430 Royal Palm Ave., some time in the fall. STANLEY H. ROTH The Bar Mitzvah of Stanley H. Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, 337 N. E. 28th St., will take place at Temple Israel. Friday evening, June 11, at 8 P. M. A reception will follow at Kaplan Hall. No invitations will be issued and all friends are invited to attend. Stanley will say the blessings and recite the Haftorah. He will also address the worshipers and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will respond. PERSONALS Mr. David Seitlin left for New Orleans, La., where he will study dentistry at Loyola University. Miss Eve Naomi Machtei left for New York on the Champion Monday morning to visit relatives until July 1st, when she will leave for Camp Lakota. Miss Machtei will return after Labor Day. Mrs. H. A. Wasserman, who has been residing in California for the past two years, has returned to stay with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret. 1011 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. She will be here indefinitely, as her husband is in the army at present overseas. Mr. and Mrs. J. Greenberg and daughter, Mildred Bernicc, 415 N. W. 43rd street, left June 8 for Philadelphia, Pa., where they will visit their children and grandsons, Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Greenberg, and sons Fred and Pvt. Albert I. Greenberg and his bride of only a few months. Pvt. Greenberg is in the Military Police Division and is stationed at Camp Mead. Md. A third son, Pfc. Allan Wm. Greenberg. is stationed at Scott Field, 111. %  EFORE YOU BUY LEOlt ELlIlf with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Bast Boca*** BlajgMt But—Blgyaat BMUM Mr. Milton A. Friedman returned to the city from a vacation trip at Columbia, S. C. Accompaning him were his wife and son, Ronald who remained there visiting relatives. While out of the city, Mr. Friedman attended the B'nai B'rith Convention at Ashville at which time he was elected representative to the Court of Appeals of District Five. Spend Your Summer Vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains OSCEOLA LAKE INN Hendersonville, N. C. Jewish American Cuisine Reasonable Rates Very convenient connections by bus and train direct to Hendersonville Under the Management of Joe Rubin Hotel Operator of Miami Beach. Fla. A meeting of the Family Club was held at the home of President Sol Schwartz. 334 N. W. 2nd Avenue last evening. During the meeting six new members were admitted. An election of officers took place with the following elected. Honorary President. Sol Schwartz; President Mrs. Jack Schwartz; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Isadore Fine; Corresponding Secretary, Miss Betty Kirschenbaum; Treasurer. Mrs. Oscar Argintar. Following the election a social hour was enjoyed with refreshments served by the host and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Dallcloua Corned B..f Pickled. Cooked and Smokad Maats S7th and Normal Ave. Chicago HI OLD SARATOGA Bisc.iync Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines !" KF DIIS II FROM OOWNTOrtN MIAMI 0B BUS Mil FROM MIAMI BEACH Miss Evelyn Rifas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rifas. left Monday by plane for Puerto Rico where she will take up her duties in the office of the Caribbean Division of the War Department. While in Miami. Miss Rifas was active in various defense organizations. She finished both Standard and Advanced classes of First Aid of the American Red Cross, and received her First Aid pin and cards of recognition. She had undergone one year of military training and completed the gas and bomb courses. Miss Rifas worked for, prior to her departure, the Aircraft Warning Service (Filter Center) and received wings for services rendered. CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS ELMER OLIPHANT RECEIVES AMERICAN LEGION AWARD Elmer Oliphant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant, was awarded the American Legion Award at Citrus Grove Junior High School. The recognition is based on the merits of leadership, honor, service, scholarship and courage. A popular vote of the student body made the selection. PAGE THREE CERTIFICATES TO LACK OF CHILOHEK Tel Aviv (WNS)—The Jewish Agency for Plaestine, which recently notified the Jewish Council in Vienna that 100 Palestine immigration certificates are available for Jewish children, has been advised by the Jewish Council that the certificates cannot be used, there are not 100 Jewish children left in all of Vienna, Eliahu Dobkin, head of the Agency's immigration department, reported at a press conference this week. Mr. Dobkin disclosed that the Jewish Agency is now negotiating with Balkan countries for the emigration of Jews in those lands He reported also that Spain is willing to release several thousand Jewish refugees from internment camps on condition that they receive visas to Palestine. the Jewish Agency has already dispatched 500 certificates to Spain. He stressed that Jewish emigration from Nazi-occupied Poland was impossible at this time. He added that "limited possibilities of emigration of Jews from Nazi-held countries in Western Europe do exist, but transportation complications make this emigration extremely difficult. BEACH APT. ASSN. NAMES ENGLANDER AS CHAIRMAN President Albert L. Kahn of the Miami Beach Apartment Association has appointed I. Engender as chairman of the $145,000 bond campaign to purchase a I heavy tank which will bear the ; name of the association. i First bond sold was to Mrs. 'Sadie Bishof of the Pines and Palms Apartment, for $1,000. To date approximately $65,000 has been subscribed, Rudy R. Adler, vice chairman of the Dade County War Savings Committee reports. Each bond will be stamped with the name of the association. FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF JEWISH WELFARE BOARD'S WOMEN'S DIVISION r>Z">] Top row left: Mrs. Leonard H. Beraheim, New York; right: Mrs. Joseph Ehrman, Jr., San Francisco, vice chairmen. About: Mrs. Alfred R.Bachrach, New York, chairman Bclou, Irll to right, Mx-, Jerome I. Udell, New York, Mrs. Edward Popper, New York, Mrs. Samuel R. {ilogower, Detroit, committee chairmen. LIBERATION ENLARGES If.J.A. NEEDS The notable triumph of the Allied armies in Tunisia liberated these young Jews and tens of thousands of others from Nazi oppression. Photo shows ili. in removing haled Yellow Badge from iheir clothing a* British soldiers look on. In the great victorious push that drove the Nazis from North Africa were 5,000 Jewish soldiers from Palestine who had fought their way bravely from El Alamein to Tunis with the British Eighth Army. Rehabilitated refugees from Palestine, from the United States add from If arth Africa who had been helped by i the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal for Kefu gees. Overseas Needs and Palestine fought as members of the British, American and French forces in the successful North African campaign. With the liberation of this area, the Joint Distribution Committee has dispatched special representatives to* expedite relief for many of the 300,000 Jews in North Africa. Forward march of Allied armies ha* also enlarged* responsibilities of the United Palestine Appeal and the National Refugee Service. ^ %  -%  % 



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FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1943 JewlsfihrkUann PAGE FIVE %  w ajaasjsasaawsj mmmm sjaa—apaaaaajpwmn WHWWWWWWWW j BELIG1DUS flMMOUWCEMEMTS BETH SHOLOM CENTER 7(1 41at St., Miami Beach 8. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi Friday, 8:00 p. m., Kabbalos Shabbos service. Saturday, 9:30 a. m., service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching on weekly portion. Mincha 7 p. m. followed by class in Pirke Avoth. Service men's Se'udah Shlishis 7:15 p. in., Chaplain Harold H. Gordon presiding. SCHAAREI ZEDEK 1545 S. W. Third St., Miami SIMON APRIL. Rabbi Services: Friday 7:15 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April: "The Priestly Blessing." Shalosh Sudos, 6:00 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. Hebrew school 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. BEACH 1415 Eucli ABRAHA SH CENTER ve., Miami Beach 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 evenings. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 690 S. W. 17 Ave., Miami JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Rabbi LEWIS 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 "Unity." Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Rackovsky speaking to the worshipers. Mishnah and Jewish Laws and Customs group meets daily at 7:15 and 7:50 p. m. 5SSGUST BTO&Jtjjj? I* the BEST REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Salts and Lease* B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph. 6 5868 TEMPLE ISRAEL 117 N. E. 19th 8t.. Miami COLMAN 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. Bar mitzvah of Stanley H. Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth will take place. The United State* Government Having Taken Over Hi* Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOUS announce! the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. Suite 30f MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry SUNRAYIMK HEALTH RESORT AMERICAN PLAN HOTEL Coafonibic ROOM. Dclidow Mnh. Spora, fcccmilou, SJHOOM Grora4t APPROVED SANITARIUM KnMcal rkpkiM. Trei4 Num. DICUIM. Cucnl Suiunna Scmt TREATMENT FACILITIES hi luMin i4 "0ii4c" OUJUI !•• .ifc., Ml. MMMf*. In.,.. %  •••. li.,....tain. l|M % % %  )' %  REASONABLE RATES wiiiTl rom lov-ii' US t.W. 30— COURT '" MIAMI-riORIDa CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 139 N. W. Third Aye., Miami MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi LOUIS HAYMAN. 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. Daily services morning and evening. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wash. Ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beach MOSKS MESCHELOFF. Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor Saturday, 9 a. m. services: Rabbi Moses Mescheloff preaching. Cantor Maurice Mamches chanting. Early Sabbath services, 7 a. m. Sabbath afternoon: Rabbi Mescheloff discoursing. Service men's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schafron. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1101 South Andrews Ave. Ft. I^auderdale, Fla. Reform Synagogue serving: Hollywood, Ft. LAuderdala and Broward County SAMUEL, HAI^EVI BARON, Rabbi Services: Friday, 8 p. m. Religious School: Sunday, 10 a. m. Sisterhood business meeting, Monday, 8 p. m. Sisterhood night at the Fort Lauderdale Servicemen's Center canteen, Wednesday. 6 to 11 D. m. Raiulban'i Upholstery, Slip Cores tmi Drapery Shops Complete Lin* of Exclusive Decorative Fabrics 35 N. W. 1st St. Ph. 1IUI RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1SM N. W. 7th St. Ph. 1-7301 Best care for chronic sick, convalescent anfl elderly people $25 WEEKLY UP ssesse) Large Beautiful Qround*ssaaai IfYouHadMYJOB K EEPING HOUSE, helping take care of the family—you would realize that business girls are not the only ones who sometimes get Headache and Tired Aching Muscles. We home girls often work just as hard and have just as many Headaches, just as many Stomach Upsets and get just as Tired. About a year ago, I first used ALKA-SELTZER I find that it eases my Aching Head, takes the kinks out of Tired, Aching Muscles and brings relief when I have Acid Indigestion, The family says I am a lot easier to live with since I have known about Alka-Seltzer. 'Have you tried ALKA-SELTZER? If not, why don't you get a package today? Large package 60, Small package 30*. also by the glass at Soda Fountains. • UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Frieda Feigenbaum, 345 Meridian Ave., will take place Sunday, June 13, at 2 p. m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate at the services which are to be held at the Jewish section of Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are under supervision of Sidney H. Palmer of Palmer Monument Co. OBITUARY With services at Riverside Memorial Chapel and at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Rabbi S. M. Machtei conducted funeral rites for Mr. Max Coplan, 83, whose last residence had been 1004 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. REPORT MEETING WHAT EVERY AMERICAN JEW SHOULD TJI CONFERENCE HEED Preliminary reports on the membership campaign for the National Conference of Christians and Jews being conducted by the Miami Round Table, were submitted Monday night at the first report meeting. Men's division announced 55 members, women's division, 68 members, and the special committee eight, a total of 131 members. Goal of the drive is 1,500 members here. The next report meeting will be held at 6 p. m. Friday at Walgreen's. The men's section is under direction of W. Keith Phillips; the women's section is under Mrs. N. C. Medlin and a special section devoted to the solicitation of large memberships is led by Daniel J. Mahoney. More than 250 volunteer workers are involved in all. Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president of the University of Miami, is general chairman of the membership drive. Part of the proceeds of memberships will be used to enlarge the work of the Miami Round Table, which seeks to promote good will among members of different religious faiths through school programs, civic forums and by means of weekly round table discussions of public affairs over station WIOD. Remainder of the funds will be used to help finance the program which the national conference is conducting to carry ideals of interreligious understanding and brotherhood to the men at American naval bases and army camps. For the purpose of formulating a common program of action concerning the status of Jews in the post war world and the implementation of the rights of the pJewish people with regard to Palestine, representatives of thirty-two national Jewish organizations convened in Pittsburgh on January 23rd and 24th, in response to the invitation of Henry Monsky, president of the B'nai B'rith. The Pittsburgh conference decided to take the initiative in organizing an Assembly comprising 500 delegates, these to be elected to a democratic basis and to represent all groups of American Jewry. The date of the Conference was set for July 1st to 4th. (The name "Conference" was later substituted for "Assembly.") The official call for the American Jewish Conference issued on April 23rd, stated: "In common with all men, we Jews have a vital stake in the general peace that is to come after Victory. The right of Jews to freedom, equality and justice should find a place in the new world that will emerge when peace comes. The economic rehabilitation of Jewish life should be integrated to the plans for world reconstruction. And the rights of the Jewish people with respect to Palestine should be fully implemented." The agenda of the American Jewish Conference will be the following: (a) To consider and recommend action on problems relating to the rights and status of Jews in the post-war world; (b) To consider and recommend action upon all matters looking to the implementation of the rights of the Jewish people with respect to Palestine; (c) To elect a delegation to carry out the program of the American Jewish Conference in cooperation with duly accredited representatives of Jews throughout the world; For Safe Dependable Service Miami Vacuum Cleaner Co. formerly RHODE VACUUM CLEANER CO. 1312 N. E> 2nd AVENUE PHONE 3-7838 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIIV GIVEN that the undersigned, de-slrlng to engage in bUHiness under the fictitious name of UINDON L.UGGAOE OF MIAMI HHACH, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dade County, Florida. GEORGE BENNETT JOSEPH P. CICERO MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 5/28 6/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREMT OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring; to engage in business under the fictitious name of I>)ND()N MJGGAGE OF MIAMI, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dade County, Florida. GEORGE HBNNETT SAM VENETSKY MAX It. SILVER Attorney for Applicants r,/2S 6/4-11-18-25 The 500 delegates to be elected to the American Jewish Conference will be chosen as follows: 125 delegates will be sent by the major national Jewish bodies; 375 delegates will be elected through communal or regional conferences to be held in Jewish communities throughout the U. S. A. The task of organizing the Conference was entrusted to an executive committee composed of representatives from 35 national organizations, religious, social and fraternal. (The number of national organizations participating has since been increased to 43, representing a national membership of close to one million people.) The elections to the American Jewish Conference are being supervised by a National Elections Board. All local Jewish membership groups, (including synagogues, temples, branches of national organization?) organized and functioning prior to December 7, 1941 and engaged in recognized Jewish activities, with a membership of more than 50, shall have the right to nominate and send a delegate or delegates to the district or regional election conference and to participate in the election of delegates to the American Jewish Conference. Every such group is entitled to one delegate to the election conference for the first 50 of its membership, and one additional delegate for each additional 75 members or major fraction thereof. Any Jew of 21 or over (man or woman) who is an American citizen, or has filed his declaration of intention to become a citizen, and who has been a resident of the community for at least one year, may be a delegate. For the first time in a quarter of a century, American Jews will have an opportunity to choose representatives of their own to draft and submit a plan of action regarding the rights of Jews in the world at large, and of the Jewish rights in Palestine. Painting of Meyer Levin presented his parents by Brig. General Thomas J. Hanley A portrait in oils, by Joseph Marculies, of the late Sgt. Meyer Levin was presented to his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Levin, at a dinner in New York City in honor of Carl M. Loeh Jr., chairman of the War Emergency Campaign of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Brig. General Thomas J. Hanley, Deputy Chief of Air Staff of the U. S. Army Air Forces, made the presentation on behalf of The Army Air Forces and in the larger sense, on behalf of Jhe American people" in a striking tribute to the qualities of the heroic bombardier. The dinner was part of a national campaign to raise approximately $630,000 for the *.—• services of the Jewish Welfare Board. Other speakers on the occasion were, Frank L. Weil, president of the National Jewish Welfare Board, Walter Rothschild, chairman of the Board's Army-Navy Committee and Mr. Loeb. /.e/l lo rinht, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Levin, Carl M. Loeb Jr., Brig. General Thomas J. Hanley and Joseph Marculies. 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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f PAGE EIGHT +Je*istncrkUan ^%*vwvw*-v%*v (^A^>vywvwv*A^Ai THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ New President of "Y" Busy Selecting Committees Leo Acksrman, newly elected president i>f the Y. M. H. A., is busy studying the membership rolls with a view of selecting the For a CooL Vacation. Stop Delightful at The Horowitz Kosher Inn All Rooms with Connecting Bath and Running Water RATES REASONABLE 331 First Ave. W. HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. personnel of the various committees lliat will function in the ensuing year at the "Y." "This is a critical year." says Mr. Ackemian. "and I want to be very careful in selecting the right people for the committees." I The names of the committees land their personnel will be announced at a board meeting Which will be held at the "Y" on Wednesday. June 16. Maurice Grossman Appointed Chairman of Standards Committee for Defense Council. C. D. Van Orsdel, chairman of the Recreation Division of the Dade County Defense Council. has announced the appointment of Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y M H. A., as chairman 01 the committee of standards for the Service Men's recreation facilities for the Dade County Defense Council. The purpose of this committee is to set standard rules and regulation by which the Service Men's facilities in the county shall be governed. Other members of the committee with Mr. Grossman are Mrs. Pancoast. Lt. Tom Rickman. George Brautigan and Miss Elizabeth Bush. Installation of Officers The newly elected officers of the Y. M and Y. W. H. A. will hold a Joint installation in the near future, according to announcements made by Leo Aek erman and Mrs Al Reisman, presidents of the V M and V W H. A respectively Attention is called t" the fact tiiat al! Home Camp registrants will i. xamim d Sunday morning. June 13. at 10 .''clock at the "Y" by Dr. Barney Weinkle. Camp Physician Only those children who .• i i xamined and passed by the doctor will be admitted to the camp. No children will be admitted on Monday unit 'ss they were previously regi arid i xamined i> owi a (u i. : o: t U m. Mtiia. COffTAIUtt SIZE -* tJiTS j hl 1 OMM* 1 •tat', OMOwrt Set 1 •; nclide Pickled. Spiced or hrae* *): : %  %  Ar'.s V !K'.utt Crabaapie*) '. :* and Red Seor Ckentn w' .-cts. Fruit CecktaH. Frnrtj far salad, er Mind Free F :s .s:i k'tds'l aad Grapefruit —' C'trtiJi. ill other itidede MarastMai tree ) CC F rs. PUT and Craeberhei er Sauce, %  artel r SKQfm 1 mm F" T JUICES 7 ^ Mi* (al tist£> 10 (2 G.-T-t.-urt md :ll other Citrus Jiaces. Fnel Nactan( ( : :pt Juice, and Pruoe Jmce — —• 3*s Juice 7*o ~)412 --is 11 r~ji •a %  14 19 ~u 14 eaB $ 8 21 2S IS 19 13 21 14 7 11 2S 34 21 17 29 47 9 ~ 12 3 17 22 %  '-J.mt. Crtea w Wai leans, al ether Una (eiteet Ire* laeaWi .-. %  ituept vacuu*) parked aad en the coei. aad Mixed > S Melted Beau (iecajdiae. Lieut aad Itaca end Peat) aad KksJ Com -< leafy teitapt Spfnaeni rests Mai Carrot! P/.-s and Toeutcej S. "kraut I MM m Catsea er Chili Sauce. T xxcept whoa packed •• caeabmattec Vv: Fast; ) ~ iSaace e It r -ifeaaas. Pn—jkie er Tmrtl. had V. -cTABLE JUICE' T.-.-uto JiMce aad Vi tewre Tomato J IS H B —. u m 14 M 19 a to IS 21 1' 1 %  U % 24) 1* — IS 14 24 !• 7 IS M 21 24) %  2S 14 34 •U 19 21 39 14 21 34 9 44 24 OTE ~f*** t minut change* in the aboee graph should read at ----•Ten when pack*;" Corn on cob. should Vd psT*** 1 oSnt ^ Tomato Catsup ahould read BOMBER NAMED The Bomber, purchased through the B'nai B'rith April War Bond sales has been named. A name that is simplicity itself—B'nai B'rith Greater Miami—which tells a story. The name tills us this bomber is in being (and we deliberately make it a living entity) through the efforts of B'nai B'rith of Greater Miami. The Sons of the Covenant from the playground of America, have entered into a new covenant from an area which is no longer a playground, but geared for total war The new covenant is with Hitler actually the covenant is unilateral—an ex-parte pledge, written in the blood of .Jewish people and other minorities spilled by history's most ruthless, bloodthirsty would-be demi-god, to the %  lunation of whom, we are all committed From Sholcm i this bomber of destruction is launched to the end that victorious peace may once again n. ign supreme. American Jewish Conference And to the end that victorious peao n ay bring surcease of their troubles to the Jews of the world and all subjugated and oppressi i peoples, the American Jewish Conference will play an important part. Most Jewish organizations in this area have designated electors to choose two delegates to the American Jewish Conference. The electors from Sholem Lodge are Louis Heiman, Milton A. Friedman. Harold Turk. S. B. Miller. Aaron Edelman. Dr. Alexander Kushner. Maurice Cromer. Ernest Sussman. Leo Eisenstein. Sol S Goldstrom. Carl Weinkle. Albert A Green. Samuel Getzug. and Paul Weitzman. Alternates \ are Morns Gerstein, Nat Roth. Herman Popkin, Sam B Miller Carl Weinkle, Theo. Abel, Rabbi Max Shapiro. It is not too | a t P to become a blood donor Tim and again we hear of the manv lives saved by blood plasma oh tamed just through such means as is now being adopted by Sho lem Lodge. Last Sunday Dr Fishbein of the American Medical Association stated over the radio that the greatest scientific contribution responsible for the saving of more lives than another single discovery is the ad vance preparation of blood pit* ma available for immediate The mortality rate of If wounded men in this war trast to some 7% in the is due primarily to the use. of m conast war ivailabilYou can of 100 by ity ot blood plasma, help save six lives but becoming a blood donor. District 5 Convention A report was submitted un the District 5 Grand Lodge Convention held at Asheville N C starting May 29. Milton A Friedman was elected to the Court of Appeals of B'nai B'rith at this convention and the convention was marked by A. Z. A. activities one of which was the debating contest won by the Miami A Z A. Chapter. STR cur i Tidbits from Everywhere *T PHINEAS J. Bmoir (CONTINUES FROM PAQE 41 Abe Richardson. Isidore Cohen. Ben G.ller. Sam Silver, and Jack Operator Actor David War'^ | field is in his 77th year—but he's r„S. T ,h r pU1SUa T nt to I thinking of com.ne out of of the American Jewish nference, has designated two men to appear on the ballot of S, Louis Heiman and Hah: : Max Shapiro. On June 13th. 1943. at Beth David Talmud Torah. 4 p.m.. at a meeting called for that purpose by the local convenors. Harry Simonhoff. Anna Brenner Meyers and Stanley C. Myers, the electors from all organizations represt :.•.< I will elect two delegates to the Ami rican Jewish Conferen Ruaaian War Relief At a meeting held last Sunday. Sholem Lodge endorsed the campaign now conducted by the Russian War Relief to procure clothes for the brave Russian people. Every family and every individual is urged to go through their closets, trunks, and storerooms, and set apart every artiof clothing which they no longer require. More especially, warm clothing, suits, and coats should be given whenever posAll clothing and articles should be delivered to Lorraine Arcade. East Flagler street, where tags will be supplied and such tags will indicate the name and address of the sender. The Russian War Relief will mend and repair all articles delivered before shipment. Send ,n vour clothes to the Russian people now. *^ K Blood Bank Driee With June almost half gone and the drive due to terminate at the ffu ? "H* m0nth the ^Ponse falls far short of expectationT In addition to the 20-odd who volunteered and whose names were recorded in a previous column. the follow,*, have volunteered to donate blood to the Dadt County Blood Bank Georee J Raehlin. Isek Meerson Geor/e Chaikm. Ben Ciller. Ben of coming out ot retirement to take an active mterin Hollywood affairs ... If your butcher can't supply you with steaks in exchange for your ration coupons, get next to bandleader Benny Goodman Benny has become a partner in a Pennsylvania cattle farm His plans for the future, incidentally include a tour of South America .. Henry JBemheim. a retired tobacco merchant, is the pioneer in a "new" method of transportation through Manhattan's streets .. He hamade permanent arrangements to have j a horse-drawn brougham carry him from place to place for the duration Once upon a time Mr. Bernheim had two cars, but he gave them up months ago. WEEKLY GIGGLE The French, cracks Winchell. know what use they're going to make of the wall Hitler is building around his Fortress Europe: They're going to use that wall to stand the Nazis up against some dawn And that military expert, Eddie Cantor, insists that the reason the Allies haven t bombed Berchtesgaden is that that's where Roosevelt and Churchill are planning to hold their next meeting. Silver, ^ ^f^^^^M^^^f^^^^ntrnVWrm mV^^^^^^^



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PAGE SIX JewlslFhrMton FRIDAY. JUNE 11. FEDERATION HIIS WELL ATTENDED MEET EAST NIGHT The Greater Miami Jewish Federation held a well attended meeting of its directors last night, Thursday, in the Sunshine room. Ingraham Bldg. Presided over by its chairman, Montefiorc Selig, the directors selected an executive director to take charge during the leave of absence granted to Morris Klass. former director, who was inducted into the armed forces. Standing committees (or the coming year were appointed and the executive and budget committees elected. Mrs. Ben Meyers, secretary, assisted the chairman Ben Goldman was chosen as executive director ol Federation ed Thursday night constitute the full committee.: Benjamin E. Bronston, past year president: Stanley C. Myers, honorary president; Sam Blank, president; Jacob Sher, vice president; Mitchell Wolf son, vice president; Dr. Frank Coret, vice president; Carl Weinkle, vice president; Max Orovitz, vice president; Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, secretary; Joseph R. Stein, treasurer; Montefiorc Selig, chairman of board. JUNE 10 LATEST FILING DATE FOR BOOK NO. 3 Applicants for Ration Book No. 3 are reminded that June 10 was the last date for filing applications. All applications postmarked after that date will be processed after August 1. which means that a person who delayed sending in the application will be delayed in receiving his hook Those persons who think they have made a mistake in an apTAKE ACTIVE PART IN D. OF M. LIFE plication and are endeavoring to send in duplicates are advised and will assume his duties July that under no condition should 1. Mr. Goldman is on leave of duplicates of the forms bo sent absence from a similar position in t ,, Jacksonville, In cases of WBuffalo made possible with the j ror, applicants will be contacted joining to the War Chest of the in plenty of time to correct the Fund Raising organization which error before Ration Book 3 is he served. needed. Duplicate applications Heads of standing committeesiwill only cause more contusion. appointed by chairman of the Applicants are reminded that board Selig. ale Leonard Abess. ,).,. „.,„„. (1 f ,. ;l( h memDe r ol the rating: David Phillips. year family. except service men. round fund raising; Jacob Sher. should be list,! on the applicadehnquency and collections: Jake tion, along with the date of birth Kelt, campaign planning; Dr. and that the person tilling out Frank Coret, nominating, and • rm j s ri M %  ; n t Fred Shochet. publicity I N k s .,..,. ldj Elected to comprise the exbeing mailed to Flondians. In ecutive committee were Leo Ackfact Florida is tie first state in in. Rudy R. Adler. Mrs Benthe nation to begin delivery of I Mrs. Frances K Stark and past jamin E. Bronston. Samuel N Book 3, which is a resuit ol co-1 president ol Alpha Epsilon Phi. Jewish-students are prominent in the activities <>t the University of Miami as the present term came to a close A perusal reveals interesting facts about some of the students and briet mention of several are noted in this column. Sender Stolove, science student, was tapped to Iron Arrow. men's honorary fraternity. Rodnev Winficld. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wmfieki. was chosen for head of J E A. was chosen for membership to Delta Tau Alpha. honorary ait fraternity. A freshman, he is .lit editor of the yearbook and cartoonist for special editions of the Hurricane. Arline Lipson. daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Abramson Lipson was tapped for Lead and Ink. A D Phi E. she is senator from the junior class Also tapped for Lead and Ink was Martin Green berg of Miami Beach who was recently elected ident of the local chapter of Alph Phi Omega, national honorary service fraternity. Among the graduates are Dorothy Ann Levin, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Isaac Levin, who is a member of Nu Kappa Tail, Who's Who. Lead and Ink. English Honors, the Hurricane editorial board. Snarks >md is editor of the 1943 yearbook. She has written two plays which were luced at tin University, one on the 1926 Hurricane and the other "Substitute Sweethearts," on the U S. O. Margery Stark .laughter of PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORJDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MBS. MABY SCHREBNICX rUpr*.ntatiTa Rabbi M. Greenstein and son Stanley were in Asheville where they attended the B'nai B'rith convention, and then continued to New York for a visit. • • • Mrs. S. Sher spent some time in Daytona Beach and then continued to New York where she will spend the rest of the summer. • • • Mrs. Rose Sheppard and Mrs. Felix Lesser are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lesser. Almeria Road Mrs. Sam Cohen left for Ph,|= delphia Tuesday morning *„ spending the winter at the u! terey Hotel. Mon '-•s^ 0 ** LFA WEST PALM BEACH MILX—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES JO* -. dU Sirring Pain Beach County, featurlaa tk 1^>.•*•***£_ Nationally Famous Southern Dalriss ftT • •-.•. AM ducts and loo Cream. — MtU • AS NEAB TO YOU AS YOUB PHONE RABBIS PREPARE FOR ACTIVE SERVICE AT HARVARD CHAPLAINS SCHOOL sack and Mrs. Monte Selig. FLAG DAY CELEBRATION TO and Mrs Eman'uel Fineman, is Serving on the important budBE HELD AT BEACH CENTER' : ils a reci P' ent uf ,,K B A get committee are Harry Boyell | degreei A membei ol Snarki George Chertkof, Mrs Max DobThe Flag Day celebration of S iiUlh "\ f Sofa Sehnmmaucn„. M H. H.„ko. Edward Sho,e m ,,:,,, SnS'lSTwSf f,TX ^USS^SSH Lovitz, Harry Markowitz. Benbe held Monday. June 14 8p m Iplas jamin Meyers, Mrs. Stanley C. at the Miami Bead Ji • sh CenrMyers, I S. Shapoff, William ter. 1415 I %  ... Chaplain C er, Alex Van Strati C Mattison. chief chaplaii I l S:, n Znkow. Fifth District will be the prin. rne following officers and cipal spi akei A musical M lurici tees : %  lition to the n ers Gi the al of the executive committee electfair. SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL On the Ocean Front Private Beach — Solarium Low Summer Rates 425 Ocean Drive Ph. 5-4706 On*-hundred and forty two Jewilfc rl.aplain* are in irlivf iervi is Ihe united States Army and Navy. Forty-nine more hate been endorsed and ire %  waii.nr rommistioniiif. Recruiting: and aelectisa them is one of the important lob. Of the Committee on Army and Navy Religious Artivilirs of the -IS A Jr u K h eU r J rd I*Wi chaplain* are serving in this roulry and throughout the world, wherever our fighting men have gone. !"!" i.napia.it Max A. Braude. Rabbi Max Hn'k i! u''?,,*' Goldman. Standing, left to righl: Chaplains Ja.ob Horhm.n, arold Coldf.rb. Albert S. Gold.tein. Sidney M. Lefkowi.x. Albert Tnd iu,"u iV7Z J S heeh,m,n Divid Alperl (Vifaschiuetti Slale Card) end Harold H. (.ordon. Britain. Russia, China and the United States joined in the Victory Luncheon" tie Conn,! ^ Organtzattons of the Un.ted Jewish War Effort at the Hotel CommodC t New Yo City recently. Pictured here, left to right, are Frederick W. Gehle chairman of Z r raising Division of the British War Relief Society; Hon Eugene D KisseToT new, ed Soviet Consul General in New York; Miss Lily T'ianq youna CtoZ.' 7 Y • **** instrucor in the Graduate School of Oriental I^^-TS. ^SZtfttZ Tenenbaum, chairman of the Executive Committee of the United Jewish War VHJ* A Bertram de N. Cruge, chauman of the London Committee of the Bnt.h WaTlSS"^ ety. who recenUy arrived from England. These representatives of the United Nan!L pressed thanks to the United Jewish War Effort for the vital relief being Zl^Z Z agency to Britain. Russia. China, and other Allies. Crushed by thut Pi Uadelphii UTA'Process rted here this week in connection with negotiations m' t by Alfred Rosenberg, president of the Union of Amerih brew Congregations, to achieve peaci within Reform Judaism on question of Zionism. A sub-committee which met J 1 ; re to draft a program in the l nion of American Hebrew Congregations' attitude m Palestine and post war rehabilitation of the Jews m Europe, was reported this week as having reached an agreement. When approved bv the executive board of the U. of A. II. C, the program will be communicated to the American Jewish Conference and given as the I in,,,, S instructions to its fekpt" '" the Conferenece 4 J h e w ,u h-committe ens.,!, „ f Adoiph Rosenberg, Rahh, Bai nett Brickncr. Rabbi Maurice ndrath, Dr. Julian Morgenstern. Judge Horace Stern. Rabb, Uuis Wolaey Rabb, Juim Q Heller. Rahb. Solomon Freehof, Rabbi Louis Lgelson and Rabb. William F ineshre.ber. ORIENTAL ROOF GARDEN Chop Sucy or Chow Me,n DINNERS 55c CHICKEN CHOP SUEY o. 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PAGE FOUR 9-Jewl^ncrkHar FRIDAY, JUNE li, 1943 1 if Jewisti Flcridian PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES tlS W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 Bntercd as Second Class Matter July 4, 1940, at the Post Office of Miami Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Frd K. Shochtt Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE SIVAN 8. 5793 VOLUME 16 11, 1943 NUMBER 24 AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE The American Jewish Conference will have two delegates from this area when the election on Sunday afternoon takes place. As all over the country considerable enthusiasm, far more than anticipated, has greeted the efforts and activities of local committees formed for that purpose. Started by Henry Monsky, distinguished head of B'nai B'rith, the call for American Jewry to unite and present one plan and demand at the coming post-war world convocation, gains momentum daily. This plan must be the answer to the solution to the present Jewish problem. National organizations have submerged many political desires and will have to do away with many more to expedite a successful conference. The joyous thought of at long last a United Voice of Jewry leads us to believe that the future of the Jewish People is much, much, brighter. has served as an example for other institutions here to follow. The Y. M. H. A. deserves commendation and support for its successful efforts. We know that the Miami Home Camp, and the Beach Camp that it supervises, is eagerly looked forward to by campers, parents and those interested in our youth. Its success and further expansion is assured. ONE WAY TO BRAND HIM THE "Y" HOME CAMP The Young Men's Hebrew Association opens its major summer activity Monday, when the annual Home Camp starts. Filling a void in the community the Home Camp has provided a place where the youth of this area can enjoy themselves in a wholesome atmosphere. At the same time they %  play, they are in an environment that is Jewish in every sense of the word. They are instructed in arts and crafts and taught to be creative. The furtherance of all peoples rest in a proper training and environment of their youth. Wholesome surroundings, expert supervision and intelligent guidance at that stage of life bears fruit in later years. The Y. M. H. A., under the excellent direction of Maurice Grossman who instituted this program here, has through its Home Camp program gone a long way to fulfill a major reason of its existence. With this program it has emphasized its character building and youth development aims. Its growth and expansion is the answer and evidence as to this need and success. It THE WEAPON OF ANTI-SEMITISM Anti-Semitism has long been one of Hitler's most powerful weapons. With antiSemitism as his Trojan horse, he weakened and dismembered nearly all of Europe. Even now, facing the grim determination and armed might of the United States, Great Britain, Soviet Russia and other United Nations, Hitler continues to cling to the belief that his first weapon—anti-Semitism—is still sufficiently potent to overcome the entire world. An article issued last week by the official Nazi press service for foreign consumption states: "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." Hitler has not given up the ghost; he still believes he will ride the Trojan horse of antiSemitism to victory and world domination. It is the hope of a desperate man—of a man who sees there is no other way out. Only dissension and disunity in this country and in the countries of our great Allies can save Hitler and his gangster Axis partners from total defeat and unconditional surrender. History has taught us, at a heavy price, that disunity will prostrate a nation and hand it over to its enemies. Recent military events have brought our final victory within sight. The end of the road is not far off. But this is no time to relax our vigilance, to become complacent. Every manifestation of anti-Semitism must be crushed because it is a potential gain lor Hitler. We must march ahead to victory together, united and unafraid. V. 8. Treasury DepC The Columbus, Ohio. CUnen. Typewriters Join Armed Forces—One of Four Off to War TIMni fOil EVERYWHEREMtAidfy Confidential -By PHZHEAS IHBOM. HERE AND THERE %  Remember the name of Sonya Kaufman, the charming wife of Joe Kaufman of Manhattan Beach, New York She and her husband are worth a whole oranization in the fight against anti-Semitism Orchids to the Contemporary Jewish Record This magazine is a must for anybody who wants to keep informed on the current Jewish scene Isidor Lipschutz, the diamond man from Belgium, is doing a gigantic job for the Anti-Nazi League, having turned his vast business organization into what is virtually an adjunct ot the League Claude Williams, director of the Institute of Applied Religion, claims that of the 70,000,000 pews in Catholic, Protestant and Jewish houses of worship in this country. 63,000,000 usually are vacant during services. BOOKS AND AUTHORS Cecil Brown, author of "Suez to Singapore" has experienced this war at first hand He's been in a plane aash, he was on a British battleship that was torpedoed, he was with the British in Africa at one time, we believe, even fell into the hands of the Nazis Last year he returned to this country, and duly registered with his draft board And now that draft board has classified him as 4-F Albert Kahn, coauthor of "Sabotage," is at work on a new volume giving the low-down on fifth column operations in Europe and Russia during the war Early in July Alan Chase's book "The Phalanx," will be brought out by Putnam's ... We predict a sensational sale for this volume, which deals with Nazi fifth column work in South America David Ewen, who has written on many musical subjects, has finished his biography of George Gershwin. THIS AND THAT Score a bull's eye for Pierre van Paassen ... He predicted six weeks ago, in a public address, that Rumania would give herself up to the Vatican and leave it to the Pope to arrange for peace terms And that is exactly what has happened You have to hand it to Professor Siegfried Kraus of New York's City College Feeling that a psychological study of vagrants—hoboes to you—should be made, he became one for eighteen months, living among traropsand collected plenty of material Eight new Jewish settlements were established in Palestine during 1942 ... A "J* outpost of the Yishub was established last month in the southern part of the country by a group of 40 members" Hapoel Hamizrachi And you should know that the influx of Jewish capital into Eretz Israel durinq 1942 amounted to $20,000,000. ABOUT PEOPLE The Chaim Weizmanns are definitely leaving lor England about the middle of this month And that super Zionist Executive Committee that was to be formed is still the discussional stage Rabbis throughout the country are mourning the passing of Mrs. Hermine Deutsch, widow he late Professor Gotthard Deutsch of the Hebrew Union C ege, in whose home they spent many pleasant hours during theu student years ... A lot of the credit for the 575.000,000 in War Bonds sold by the American Women's Voluntary Services belongs to Mrs. Bernard Gimbel, publicity director of the organization Josef Israels II, the writer, who MJ % n ,T e e J ? te Mrs Henr Y Moskowitz, is now a lieutenant: in the U. S. Maritime Service, and will serve as Chief Ra* (CONTINUED ON PAQB %  )


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