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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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VOLUME 16No. 25
Commas YUie Jiewiislh tUinillty
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1943
PRominEni spiritual lender
to nssuniE dutv rs ihrplrih
PRICE TEN CENTS
Prominent lay leaders and local
officials will be present at the
farewell reception to be tendered
to Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A.
Zwitinan, Friday evening at Tem-
ple Israel at 8:15 in honor of the
rabbi joining the armed forces.
Rabbi Zwitman this week re-
ceived his appointment as a
Chaplain in the United States
Army with the rank of First
Lieutenant assigned to active
duty and will leave Miami June
20th He will attend the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
in New York next week, of which
he is a member of the publica-
tions committee, and then will
enter the July class of the Chap-
ship promises much for the Jew-
ish people. He holds degrees
from N. Y. and Columbia Uni-
versities, and is a graduate of
the Jewish Institute of Religion.
He served as the Jewish mem-
ber of the Round Table Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews
which sponsored a radio program
weekly over a local station. The
program, which had Rev. Roger
Squire and Father Sullivan as
the remaining members, was cit-
ed as having one of the longest
consecutive runs of programs of
this type.
Rabbi Zwitman made many ap-
pearances in churches, schools
and civic platforms and held of-
MM K. ADOPTS "nREncE iiieetiiii; seieiis
NEW NAME: ALSO
RILES PARTIALLY
[ommunni mid tiuit iebders
A constitution partially ap-
proved, at a meeting of Miami
Beach residents last Sunday
morning interested in Jewish
youth character building and re-
creational activities and adult
education, selected as their name
for the newly formed group, Y
M. and W. H. A. of Miami Beach.
The purpose will encompass
the features of Ys throughout the
country and will endeavor to fill
a need on the Beach which has
been geographically lacking.
Harry Zukernick is heading
the organization at the present
time, with Mrs. Ben Meyers as
secretary. The chairman an-
nounced that a committee is bus-
ily engaged in securing a loca-
tion to house the organization and
its facilities that it will offer to
the public.
Still in its embryonic stage,
the organization will shortly is-
sue its program and details con-
cerning membership and future
plans. The first project the
group has assumed is the Miami
Beach Home Camp which is op-
erating for the second year.
About 125 people were present
at the Beth David Talmud Torah
Hall last Sunday afternoon to
witness the election of delegates
from this area to the American
Jewish Conference, at which time
90 out of a possible 94. represen-
tatives selected by the thirty odd
organizations, balloted.
Harry Simonhoff, ardent Zion-
ist and leader in the American
Jewish Congress, and Rabbi Max
Shapiro, spiritual head of Beth
David. Miami's pioneer Congre-
gation for the past ten years, also
active in Zionist and general
Jewish affairs, were selected by
a majority vote on the second
ballot.
Five of the eleven candidates
prepare the material for the Con-
ference's deliberations.
A considerable portion of the
executive committee's session was
taken up by deliberations on ad-
missions of organizations and the
attitude of the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee which, while deciding to
participate in the Conference, has
advised its affiliated bodies to
refrain from taking part in the
local elections. The executive
committee re-affirmed its previ-
ous decision to allocate to the
Jewish Labor Committee and its
affiliated bodies a definite num-
ber of seats out of the 125 as-
signed to national membership
organizations, and appointed a
sub-committee to meet represen-
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
Iain's School at Harvard Univer-
sity. His wife and son will join
him following completion of this
course and during the interim
they will spend some time with
her mother in New York.
Rabbi Zwitman is the first of
the rabbis of this area to join
the service and leaves one of the
largest pulpits in the state. Tem-
ple Israel, which he has served
for the past seven years. He came
here from Bluefield, W. Va., the
pulpit he assumed following his
ordination.
An outstanding pupil of the
noted Stephen S. Wise, who paid
Rabbi Zwitman tribute on his
visit here last winter as one of
the rabbis whose future leader-
NEW RED CROSS CENTER
IN SOUTHWEST 8TH STREET
fice in national organizations,
serving as national vice presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of the Jewish Institute of
Religion for the past four years,
and a member of the executive
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis.
Several functions in his honor
are being held in addition to the
reception Friday evening at Tem-
ple Israel of which Morris Plant
is chairman. Among these was
a party given Thursday evening
at the Versailles Hotel by a
group of friends and admirers,
with arrangements under a com-
mittee including Leo Robinson,
Chaplain David W. Isaacs. Max
Orovitz, Ben W. Slote, Shepard
Broad, and Joseph I. Lipton.
, A new American Red Cross
hewing and knitting center or-
ganized by Mrs. Tina Kotkin was
opened Monday, June 14 at 1892
I S. W. 8th St. The spacious lo-
cation across from Carl's Market
has been made possible through
the courtesy of Max Kovensky,
I lormer owner of Max's Delicates-
Isen.
The center will be opened daily
except Saturday from 10 a. m. to
1 P. m The sewing will consist
lot mens, women's and children's
*arment3, all machine made, and
P* knitting will consist of men's,
lvmenB and children's sweaters
I voiunteer workers may come in
[at any tune of the day for any
i period of time. A sewing instruc-
tor will be at the center at all
inmes if assistance is required.
ANTI-SEMITISM IS A CHIEF
PLANK IN AFRICA ELECTION
Johannesburg, South Africa.
(JTA)Anti-Semitism is one of
the chief planks of two of the
parties seeking to elect members
of parliament in the general el-
ections which will be held on
July 7. The anti-British Here-
nigde (Nationalist) Party and the
pro-Nazi Ossewa Brandwag (Ox
Wagon Guards), which is a semi-
military fascist party which has
adopted the name of the early
Boer pioneers, are both distribut-
ing campaign literature contain-
ing virulent anti-Jewish state-
ments.
Several Jewish candidates,
members of the government
party, are assured of re-election
as is the entire government slate
according to well informed polit-
ical observers here. i
HOME CAMP ON BEACH
OPENS FOR 9 WEEKS
A nine-week Home Camp will
be sponsored on Miami Beach be-
ginning Monday, June 2lst. at
the Drexel School, 1676 Collins
Ave., as an activity of the newly
formed Y. M. and W. H. A. of
Miami Beach.
Application of all children be-
tween the ages of 4 and 14 is to
be made at Beth Jacob. Beth
Sholom, or Jewish Community
Center, or through the committee
headed by Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off, Mrs. Milton Sirkin and At-
torney A. L. Mechlowitz.
Medical examination of all
children is to take place Monday.
June 21, at 9 a. m. on the school
premises. Dr. E. Fricdis and Dr.
M. B. Marks attending. A school
nurse will supervise the child-
ren's health throughout the
school term.
Classes will be held from 9 a.
m. to 4 p. m. Mondays through
Fridays. The list of activities
include arts and crafts, athletics
and gymnastics, games and songs,
clubs and dramatics, Jewish folk
lore and music, swimming and
showers, reading and story tell-
ing hours, and pageants.
Specially trained instructors
have been engaged and Mfrs.
Maurice Grossman is school su-
pervisor. Kosher, non-meat noon
meals will be served, and milk
given during the afternoon hours.
Scholarships for those unable
to meet the standard tuition fees
will be distributed at the direc-
tion of the Camp committee.
Transportation to and from the
school will be provided for.
This is the second year of the
Miami Beach Summer Home
Camp and is marked by an in-
crease in time, curriculum and
registration.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
TO CANCEL SPEAKING TOUR
DUE TO LEADERS ILLNESS
New York (WNS)Dr. Chaim
Weizmann. president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, and the
World Zionist Organization, has
been confined to bed for the past
week as a result of illness and
has been ordered by his physi-
cians to cancel all speaking en-
gagements for the next few
weeks, it was learned this week
S^v,er?1 imPrtant conferences
in Washington and New York
were postponed because of the
Zionist leader's illness, it was re-
ported.
were eliminated on the first bal-
lot with a tie vote for the fifth
position announced by the can-
vassers' committee headed by
Isaac Levin and assisted by Carl
Weinkle and Fred K. Shochet.
Harry Simonhoff presided over
the election meeting for the dis-
trict covering Fort Pierce to Key
West. He was assisted by the
credentials committee that in-
cluded Rabbi Shapiro, Mrs. Mir-
iam Sirkin, Maurice Grossman.
Mrs. Anna B. Meyers. Mrs. Jen-
nie Ro*fort was secretary and
Mrs. Moses Kreiger treasurer,
with Mrs. Leon Lieberman serv-
ing as executive secretary.
Day J. Apte, former Miami
resident, was chosen to serve from
the Tampa district.
The American Jewish Confer-
ence will definitely be held not
later than the latter part of Aug-
ust of this year, according to a
decision of the executive commit-
tee for the organization of the
Conference, which met in New
York on June 7th. The exact
date will be made public shortly
as also the place where the Con-
ference will be held. The post-
ponement of the date of the Con-
ference will in no way affect the
elections of delegates now taking
place throughout the country.
All elections are to be concluded
by the end of June.
A committee on preliminary
study, program and agenda is to
______HARRY SIMONHOFF
tatives of the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee to clarify their positions
and to insure that all conditions
previously agreed on are fairly
met.
The applications of a numbo
of organizations to be admitted
as national organizations were re-
jected on the ground that they
do not meet the qualifications
provided for in the rules. The
fact of non-admission of any or-
ganization on a national basis
shall not be considered as a rea-
son for the non-admission of lo-
cal groups of such organizations,
provided they ars a Jewish mem-
bership organization engaged in
recognized Jewish activities.
The New Zionist Organization
(Zionist Revisionists) was admit-
ted as a national membership
body on the condition that the
description "Zionist Revisionists"
in parenthesis immediately fol-
lowing the name "N.Z.O." be giv-
en on their ballots, literature and
publicity to avoid confusion or
identification with the Zionist
Organization of America.
The admission of 14 American
Jewish youth groups was ap-
pr?vtdi These groups are to be
entitled to delegate jointly a cer-
tain number of representatives
to participate in the Conference,
as well as to receive one repre-
sentative with voting rights to
the executive committee and one
with voice.
INVASION JITTERY ITALY
MOVES JEWS FROM SICILY
Stockholm (WNS) Following
the surrender of Pantelleria to
the Allies, the invasion-jittery
Italian government ordered the
16,000 Jews interned in various
camps in Sicily transferred to
the northeastern part of Italy, it
was reported here this week
Sicily, it was widely believed, is
next on the Allied list of invas-
ion points.
MIAMI BEACH BANK NAMES
ELLIS NEW VICE PRESIDENT
Guy W. Ellis has been elected
vice president of the Mercantile
National Bank of Miami Beach,
ln* lwi-charSe o new business
and public relations, it was an-
nounced by J. L. Owen, presi-
fc, Mr. Ellis has resided in
Miami Beach for 11 years, and is
executive vice president of the
Lincoln Road association, as well
as a director of the Chase Fed-
eral Savings & Loan Assn.


I
PAGE TWO
JenistHcrkUar
FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1943
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
MIAMI SERVICE
LEAGUE
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
The Miami Service League of
the Y M. H. A. held a luncheon
at the Urmey Hotel Wednesday
afternoon. June 16. 1943. with
installation of officers taking
Jack C. Cleary, head of the
blood bank, was guest speaker.
Other guests included Nathan
Rothberg. director of the Jewish
Welfare Board, and Maurice
Grossman, executive director of
the Y. M. H. A. Officers in-
stalled were: Mrs. Ann Koven.
president: Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof.
vice president: Mrs. Fay Wein-
traub. treasurer: Mrs. Mildred
Weiss, secretary-, and Mrs. Sylvia
Selie, corresponding sechetary
Mrs. Lil Friedman was chair-
man, assisted by Mrs. Mollie
Kauffman and Mrs. Juliet Stone.
Mrs. Dorothy R. Kaplan in-
stalled the officers and intro-
duced the speakers. A regular
meeting of the organization will
be held Monday evening. June 21
at the Y M. H. A. club rooms.
All members and friends are
urged to attend.
BETH SHOLOM
The Ladies Auxiliary of Cong.
Schaarei Zedek win t>e hosts at
a card and mah jongg party to
be given Sunday evening at 7:30
at the synagogue. 1545 S. W. 3rd
St. Refreshments will be served.
BEACH ZIONIST
Mrs. Morris Friedberg is chair-
man of the Pledge Luncheon com-
mittee of Beth Sholom Sister-
hood and is accepting reserva-
tions for the luncheon to be held
in the fall to which pledgois and.
their guests will be invited.
While Mrs. Sarah Shoenfeld is
away on vacation. Mrs. Camille
Baum is in charge of preparations
for the service men's Oneg Shab-
bat.
The regular monthly meeting
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dist-
rict was held last Tuesday eve-
ning at the home of Dr. Breinin.
Miami Beach, with president
Shepard Broad presiding.
Dr. W. A. Lipkind discussed
various projects of the organiza-
tion and made announcement of
the books that he will purchase
on Zionism and pertinent sub-
jects on behalf of the Beach dist-
rict to be presented to the Miami
Beach Public Library, while in
New York.
Mr. Broad asked that anyone
desiring to assist in the Marvin
Bronner 1.000-tree grove project
to be planted in Palestine through
the efforts of the Beach Zionist
District, please contact the offi-
cers of the organization.
..ja-aL,.
PROF. LEO ARY MAYER
Word has been received by Dr_
A. E. W. Rosenbach. president of
the American Friends of the He-
brew University, that Prof. Leo
Arv Mayer, head of the Depart-
I of Oriental Studies and pro-
fessor of Near Eastern Art and
Archeology at Hebrew Univer-
sity, has been elected rector of
the University.
PIONEER WOMEN
BETH IACOB
A record registration of child-
ren marked the opening week of
the Beth Jacob summer school.
Four Hebrew school classes are
held Mondays through Thursdays
from 9 to 12 mornings. H Saffra
is the instructor for the first half
Semester. Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches will instruct the latter half.
A special summer curriculum
lias been arranged by Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, and individual
attention is given to all children
There are no registration or tui-
tion fees. All children between
Uie ages of 5 and 15 are elifi
for admission. Further registra-
tions will be accented all of next
week from 9 a. m. to noon at the
Beth Jacob Community building
office, The school 1- a mei
of the Jewish Education Associa-
tion.
Proceeds of a benefit bingo
and card party sponsored by the
Pioneer Women's Organization
Club No. 1 at the Y. M. H. A_.
announced for Sunday. June 27.
will be given in their entirety
to the National Child Rescue
program of the organization. This
program is ior the rehabilitation
of children in Palestine. Mrs. I.
Rosengarten is chairlady.
Y. W. H- A.
At the last meeting of the Y.
W. H A Mrs. Albert G. Rcisman
was unanimously re-elected as
president. Other newly-elected
officers are Mrs Ida Engler. first
vice president: Mrs Ida Optner.
second vice president; Mrs. S. B.
Miller, third vice president: Mrs.
Kitty Miller, recording secretary;
Mrs Jack Zwicker. correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs Tena Kotkin,
treasurer. The board of direc-
the following la-
.
Mrs M Belov, Mrs. A. Jacobs.
E. Grossman, Mrs G Jac-
kind, Mrs I) Bamett, Mrs I.
Blumberg. Mrs. B SiegeL Mrs
Ac- Mi M. Lavine, Mrs.
A E Mrs. B. Ackerman,
Mi .1 I.' vinson, Mi P. Reis-!
it, Mrs. L. Sterling, Mrs. B.
kin, Mr M Sager, Mrs. A.
Berger. Mrs. S Traurig. Mrs. E.
Schaffer. Mrs F. Deutsch.
At the last meeting the follow-
ing members were appointed to
serve as committe chairmen:
Membership. Mrs. Ida Optner.
Mrs. D. Barnett. Mrs A. Chester.
Mrs M. Lavine.
Book of the Month: Mrs. M.
Belov: library. Mrs A. Jacobs;
program. Miss Ida Engler: pub-
licity. Mrs. G. Jacobskind; ways
and" means.. Mrs. I. Blumberg,
Ml M Sager: refreshment. Mrs
J. Levinson; hospitality. Mrs. F.
R :.- 1. Mrs G. Jacobskind. Mrs.
L. Sterling.
House committee. Mrs. E. Sie-
gal. Mrs. F. Deutsch: telephone,.
Mrs. E. Traurig. Mrs. A. Edel-
n.an. Mrs. B. Stepkin, Mrs. O. Ar-
gintar; athletic. Mrs. A. Berger,
Mrs. N. Schaeffer; sick and good
cheer. Mrs. A. Jacobs; U. S. O.,
Mrs. Ida Optner Defense Victory
War Committee. Miss Ida Engler.
Greater Miami Army Navy
Committee. Mrs. A. Rcisman,
Miss Ida Engler. Mrs. E. Schaf-
fi 1. Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, Mrs. S. B. Miller; Youth
Civilian. Mrs. E. Schaeffer: Red
Cross. Mrs. S. B Miller; Ameri-
can Jewish Conference, Mrs. A.
man, Mrs. E. Grossman. Mrs.
E. Schaffer.
Mrs. Reisman announced to the
board of directors thai the lead-
ing aim for the coming year is to
continue with work aiding the
war effort.
Ra*e Portrait of Commodore Uriah P. Levy Presented t
Jewish War Veterans of U. S.
Left to rightJ. George Fredman, National Editor of "The Jewish Vet-
eran," Benjamin Kaufman, National Commander (Congreaaional Medal
of Honor, World War I), Mr*. Amelia Levy Mayhoff, niece of Commo-
idore Uriah P. Levy and Archie Greenberg, National Vic* Commander.
In th wake of the launching of the Destroyer Escort USS Levy, on
March 28th, at Kearny, N. J., a rare photo of Commodore Uriah P. Levy
for whom the ship had been named, was presented to the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States bv Mrs. Amelia Levy Mayhoff, hia niece.
The gift waa made in appreciation -* the successful efferts of the
Jewish War Veterans of the United States in having the US8 Levy
named by the Navy Department.
, The Levy family came to this country in 1621. Member* of the Levy
[family fought in the Revolutionary War, and every American war since.
iCommodore Uriah P. Levy served in the War of 1812 and the Civil War.
lover a period of fifty years. Commodore Levy la credited with the
authorship of the law which abolished corporal punishment in the Navy
Until recently the Levy family were owner* of Thomas Jefferson'*
home, "Monticello."
TOWER
THEATRE
B. W. STH T. AT 15th AVI.
OPEN AT t*U F. M.
FRIDAY. JUNE 18.
LAST DAY
FRANK BUCK'S
"JACARE"
Thrills from the Amazon
* B e
Starts Sat. at 4:30 p. m.
and Sun. Through Fri.
June 19-25
TYRONE
POWER
IN HIS LAST ROLE
FOR THE DURATION
"Crash
Dive"
STORY OF UNCLE SAMS
FIGHTING SUBMARINES
IN TECHNICOLOR
WITH
ANNE BAXTER
DANA ANDREWS
'OFFICE BOY HIGH PRESSURE
I SALESMAN OFWAR BONDS
Ned Livingston Rosen, son of
I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosen. Sea
'Gate Apt*.. Miami Beach, this
Seek took the spotUght in War
B :.i activity on Miami Beach,
according to reports from the Mi-
ami Beach Division War Savings
Office. Serving as office boy in
the office located at 824 Wash-
ington Avc. the boy was listen-
mg to a sales talk being made
and upon its conclusion went to
the phone and called a friend of.
the family and made a S50 sale.
Not satisfied, he made a return
call and with salesmanship raised
the order to $200. His mother and
Ned left this week for Cleveland
to vacation with relatives.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps
Help the soldiers help you.
CHINEST DENOUNCE GHETTO y*ur Ty DO W r I f O r Id
for TFWS IN SHANGHAI 7 /J^wn,V-r
FOR IEWS IN SHANGHAI
London (WN'SiA denuncia-
tion of the Japanese order estab-
lishing a ghetto for the 15.000
Jews, most of them European ref-
ugees, in occupied Shanghai, was
broadcast this week by the offi-
cial Chinese radio in Chunking.
The Chinese radio branded the
Japanese segregation of the Jews
into the ghetto as an "outrage."
mK
Throughout Norway the "Jos-
sings" know who will be shot next
by the Nazi firing squads. They
do not know why they will be Bhot
but they know that names of all
loyal Norwegians, or "Jossings,"
are contained in lists of future vic-
tims compiled by the Nazi terror-
ists and their quisling jackals.
AH of them know that the day of
liberation is not for them. They
Mad* Frora Freah Oranges
Alka-Seltzer
HAVE you triad Alk.-Srit-
Mr far Cm Suaack.
8ar BUutk, "Hernias
Aftar" and Cala Dartraa?
If not. why not? Pleaaaat.
prompt In action. rffKtira.
Tairty caata and Sixty
canta.
DR.
MILK
NERVINE
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Liquid IS* and II.M. Bead elree-
Dom aad um only dueetaa.
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know that quisling and his storm
troopers will shoot every man and
every* woman on the list when the
United Nations invade Norway.
Compare the deeds of these Nor-
wegian patriots with your own war
efforts and see if you can afford not
to buy more War Bonds.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1943
+Jenist) fkriii tr
PAGE THREE
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Green-
baum of 642 Michigan Avenue,
Miami Beach, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Pearl
to Cpl. Walter H. Lewis of Roa-
noke, Virginia.
Miss Greenbaum has resided
III this area for fifteen years and
attended Miami Beach High
School. Cpl. Lewis is with the
motor transportation division
stationed at Miami Beach.
No date has been set fQr the
wedding.
uiinniMani
Cantor Maurice Mamches and
daughter, Tamara, are vacationing
in New York. They will return
in six weeks.
Mrs. S. B. Feldman and Mrs.
Paul Kutner have returned from
visiting their sons, S/Sgt. LeRoy
S. Feldman and S/Sgt. Raymond
Kutner at their camp at Fort
McClellan, Alabama.
Day J. Apte visited the city
recently from Tampa, Florida.
Mrs. Emil J. Gould is in Mi-
ami for a visit from Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. Gertrude Davis, executive
secretary of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, will spend
a six week's vacation in New
York City.
WEDDINGS
Last Saturday night, in the
chapel of Beth Sholom Center, in
the presence of their immediate
family and a group of soldiers.
Pvt. Jerome Sacks and Miss Ju-
dith Ehrenreich were united in
marriage by Rabbi S. M. Machtci.
The wedding of Sherman Kap-
lan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benja-
min Kaplan, 1560 Penn. Ave.,
Miami Beach, will be solemnized
Tuesday. June 23.
Harry Slotin and Irwin Maiser
of Savannah, Ga., have returned
home after spending a short stay
here visiting friends and rela-
tives.
BAR MITZVAH
The bar mitzvahs of Fred Ter-
ens and Stanley Wolfman will
take place at services at the Mi-
ami Beach Community Center
Saturday morning. A reception
In the social hall will follow.
CEREMONIALS
Stanley C. Myers and son Ken-
neth spent a ten dav stay in New
York, returning here Wednesday.
Election of officers of the Fam-
ily Club took place recently with
the following elected: Honorary
president, Sol Schwartz; presi-
dent, Mrs. P. Segall; vice presi-
dent. Mrs. Jack Schwartz; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Isadora
Fine; corresponding secretary
Miss Betty Kirschenbaum; treas-
urer. Mrs. Oscar Argintar.
Mrs. Gertrude Schmidt of
Brooklyn, N. Y.. is visiting her
husband. Pfc. Isadore Schmidt.
U.S.A., stationed at Embry-Rid-
dle School of Aviation.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
observed their fourteenth wed-
ding anniversary Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Cowen, accom-
panied by their daughters. Fay
and Sybil, and Miss Gladys La-
vigne. have just returned from
Quantico, Virginia, where they
attended the ceremonies of the
Marines, at which time their son,
Myron J. Cowen received his
commission as lieutenant. Lt.
Cowen entered the service in De-
cember. 1942. after attending
Gordon Military School, Barns-
ville. Georgia.
OUR BONDS FREE THEIR BONDS
The Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Gans. 2045
S. W. 11th Terrace, took place
at the Jackson Memorial hos-
pital Sunday aftednoon. with
Rabbi S. M. Machtci officiating.
On Tuesday, Rabbi Machtci offi-
ciated at the Brith Milah of the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bott
of Nassau, at Jackson Memorial
hospital; on Wednesday, he cir-
cumcised the son of Mr. and
Mrs Sidney Kaplan, of 1771 S.
W. 21st street; and on Friday of-
ficiated at the Brith Milah of the
Sl!n.f Mr and Mrs. Sam Stahl,
of 620 N. W. 23rd Court.
Rabbi Max Shapiro is vacation-
ing in New York City with rela-
tives and friends. While there he
will officiate at the marriage of
Miss Evelyn Auslander to Rob-
ert I. Schwartz of the U. S. Ma-
rine Corps. Miss Auslander was
a member of the Beth David
Sunday School faculty.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Weissmann
are spending the summer with
their daughter, Mrs. Carl Gold-
stein, at New Rochelle, N Y
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Mrs. M. S. Grundwerg and sons
left for New York where they
will spend a six week's vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg
and daughter. Charlotte, are leav-
ing this week for a vacation in
New York and vicinity. Char-
lotte will enter camp after a
short stay there.
Miss Sonya Shpall of the Beth
Jacob Religious School faculty,
has left the city for a six week's
vacation in New York.
Monte Selig left Wednesday for
Atlanta where he will join his
wife. From there Mr. and Mrs.
Selig will leave for a short stay
in New York.
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan
left Tuesday for a three week's
trip. Dr. Kaplan will attend the
meeting of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis while
away.
CURRENT RATION DATES
Meat. Cheese, Canned Milk.
Fats: June 10, J. K. and L red
stamps expire. June 13, M
stamp becomes valid.
Canned Fruits and Vegetables:
July 7. K, L. and M blue stamps
expire.
Sugar: Aug. 15. Stamp 13
good for five pounds expires.
Stamps 15 and 16 good for five
pounds if needed for canninu;
persons needing additional al-
lotments for canning may apply
at ration boards.
Coffee: June 30. stamp 24.
good for one pound, expires.
Shoes: After June 15, stamp
18 becomes valid.
Gas: Persons entitled to 240
miles per month gas rations,
must secure certificates from the
official car-sharing committee.
. Stocholm, (JTA)More than
19.000 Jews have already been
deported from Sofia, the capital
of Bulgaria, as a result of the ex-
pulsion order issued by the Bul-
garian Government several weeks
ago, the Swedish newspaper Nya
Daghgt Allehanda reported this
week.
.futhc 25000 Jews wh resided
in the city before the deporta-
tions started, only several thous-
and, who are citizens of neutral
"ft JU''Vhave not yet been ex-
pelled. The majority of them
drt' Turkish nationals, the report
in the Swedish paper said.
Reports reaching here from
Rumania state that the Jewish
population there has been thrown
h < upa?ic by i,n announcement
that the Gestpo has sent a spec-
ial commissioner from Berlin to
Bucharest to assume control of
the Rumanian police force. The
commissioner is reported to be
trnst Kaltenbrunner. notorious
Nazi and one of Himmler's chief
assistants.
V. F. Treasury rvpt.
London. (JTA)The Nazi
massacres of Jews in Europe will
be execrated throughout the ages
the delegates to the 42nd annual
convention of the British Labor
Party were told this week in the
opening address delivered by A.
J. Dobbs, chairman.
Devoting a substancial part of
his address to the tragedy of the
Jews in Nazi-occupied territories, i
Mr. Dobbs emphasized that "vie-
tory, unless it comes quickly
may be but a Dead Sea fruit for
the Jews of Europe."
"Language fails me." he said
"when I recall the foul assault
on the helpless Jewish people be- .
yond the reach of our immediate
assistancemen. women, child-
ren, even babes in arms, killed all ,
day long at the orders of the
German Government under cir-
cumstances of the most system-
atic and scientific brutality."
Elderly crippled gentleman
desires home with re-
spectable Jewish family.
Will pay $12 to $15.00 per
week.
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Miss Phyllis Berman of 112
Ocean Drive left for Wildwood,
N. J., where she will spend the
summer. Miss Berman recently
graduated from Miami Beach
High school.
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in the Blue Ridge Mountains
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Very convenient connections by bus and train
direct to Hendersonville
Under the Management of Joe Rubin
Hotel Operator of Miami Beach, Fla.
NAZIS DEPORT 52,000 JEWS
TO OCCUPIED COUNTRIES
London (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in occupied Belgium have
deported 52.000 Belgian Jews to
concentration camps in Germany.
Poland and the Urkaine, since
their invasion of the country, it
was announced this week by the
Belgian government-in-exile. The
announcement added that the
anti-Jewish expulsions, which
started early last summer, have-
left the country virtually "jud-
enrein."
London, (JTA)Practically all
the Jews of Belgium have been
deported by the Nazis to various
concentration camps in occupied
Poland and the Ukraine, it was'
announced here this week by the
Belgian Governme'nt-in-Exile on
the basis of information which
has just reached here.
,KT.hc. anno"i"*'ment estimated
that about 52.000 Jews have been
expelled by the Nazis from Bel-
gium, leaving the country almost
judenrein, in accordance with
Plans prepared in Berlin. The
deportations started a year ago
and are practically completed by
now, the underground report
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this "currency" will be worthless
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laborers with a number of Hun-
garian divisions, only 2.000 have
come back, according to informa-
tion received here.
These figures were made pub-
lic after thousands of Jewish
women and children demon-
strated before the War Office in
Budapest demanding to know
the whereabouts of their sons
husbands and fathers. Since
they departed for the Russian
tront two years no word has
been received from the Jewish
laborers.
The reports said that the Jew-
ish women wept and screamed.
Although Hungary's anti-Jewish
laws bar Jews from the country's
aimed services. Jews are drafted
to serve without pay as tront-
line laborers. They are assign-
ed to build fortifications at dan-
ger points. It was said that the
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VOLUME 16
NUMBER 25
FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH
The entrance of Miami's beloved Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman into the Chaplaincy of the
U. S. Army is a step of progress for himself and
a source of pride to his congregation and our
community.
He goes from a brilliantly successful ca-
reer in the Rabbinate into the service of our
Country- We of the community may be sus-
pected of being slightly prejudiced in his be-
half so let us pay tribute to him by guoting a
statement made about him by Major E. E.
Teidt, former Fifth Disrtict Chaplain and now
Post Chaplain at Boca Raton, who was Chap-
lain at Pearl Harbor when it was attacked.
Major Teidt states:
"While serving as Miami Beach Schools
and Fifth District Chaplain from July 1.
1942 to December 20, 1943, it was my privi-
lege to know and work with Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman.
"Rabbi Zwitman is otustanding among
the Ministers of Miami and has been a lead-
er in all community endeavors. He has an
exceptionally fine educational background,
has a prepossessing personality, and is an
indefatigable worker.
"Rabbi Zwitman has had a long and
successful ministry with the large Congre-
gation of Temple Israel, and has been the
outstanding leader of interfaith cooperation
in the City of Miami.
"After a decade in the Regular Army
Chaplaincy I know of no one I can recom-
mend more highly for a commission in our
Corps."
Greater Miami regrets his leaving and is
proud of his voluntary decision to sacrifice
personally to do his part.
We wish him strength and success in his
work and express a desire to see Rabbi Zwit-
man return to our midst after a soon and
speedy victory.
AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE
If the interest indicated at the election of
the two delegates from this area to the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference is symbolical of the in-
terest of other districts throughout the country
then the Conference has the support of Unit-
ed States Jewry and evidences, by democratic
rule, the United Voice of American Jewry.
With a total eligible electoral vote of 94, the
first ballot showed 90 present and partici-
pating. A larger audience was present to
witness the occasion.
A substantial majority was accorded to
both delegates, Harry Simonhoff and Rabbi
Max Shapiro. We can be proud of this rep-
resentation. Both selectees are capable. Both
have backgrounds insuring an intelligent un-
derstanding of the problems confronting the
Conference. They will, we are firmly and
fully convinced, represent, and represent us
well.
A statement by Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman,
national president of the National Council of
Jewish Women of the executive committee of
the Conference aptly states:
Through the American Jewish Confer-
ence a United American Jewish Commun-
ity, composed of men and women of every
shade of belief and even in some instances
diametrically opposing philosophies, will
have the rare opportunity of coming togeth-
er to evolve, if possible, a common denom-
inator by which can be solved the imminent
problem of the European Jew in the post
- war world.
By the principles as set down at the
Pittsburgh conference this is not a political
gathering to decide by majority vote which
philosophy in Jewish life is right and which
is wrong. The calling of this conference is
not a signal for any one group to coerce
or disparage the honest thinking of spiritual
ideology of differing factions. The funda-
mental right of each of us to differ should
not prevent us from respecting the other's
sincerity in this mutual effort on behalf of
our sorely stricken and despondent brethren.
Perhaps my experience as President of
the National Council of Jewish Women has
taught me that the basic premise of all de-
liberation, if we wish to achieve a mutual
and logical goal, is the understanding and
acceptance of differences, and that nothing
can possibly be accomplished at this con-
ference if the goal, which is to alleviate
the despair and tragedy of European Jews
is lost sight of in the controversy of which
group shall dominate in America. The
questions to be discussed are the position
of the European Jew in the post war world
and the position and rights of Jews in Pal-
estine in the international picture. There
is no doubt in my mind that a magnificent
pattern can be evolved for the solution of
these two problems. Perhaps it will not
be satisfactory to the extremist of any par-
ticular group, but taking into consideration
the fundamental differences in ideology,
each of which is totally valid to the ones
propounding theirs. I believe we can still
find that common denominator and that we
can still solve the problem before us.
And to sum up, we guote the "speak for
itself" call for the American Jewish Confer-
ence:
"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 rehabil-
itation of Jewish life should be integrated
in the plans for world reconstruction."
FIGURE IT OUT FOR YOURSELF
The time has come for every one of us who
is putting a part of his income into War Bonds
to re-assess his or her contribution toward the
winning of the war.
To begin with we can all feel proud of
what we have accomplished. There are more
than 26,000,000 of us buying bonds out of in-
come regularly. We work in 180,000 con-
cerns, big and little. There is virtualy no in-
dustry or business without a payroll savings
plan in all America. Our War Bond purchases
now amount to about 3400,000,000 a month.
While the nation was training and arming
millions of our fathers, sons and brothers, the
10 per cent measure for war bond allotments
served its purpose.
Meanwhile our national income has risen
to record heights. Consumer goods have
steadily dwindled. We will have 45 billion
dollars above the cost of the necessities of life
and present taxes in our pockets during 1943.
There is plenty of dynamite in these loose 45
billions of dollars. Thrown into the fight in
the form of war bonds this money has suffi-
cient power to blow Hitler's armies to shreds.
Misspent in competition with your neighbors
for the fading supply of civilian goods, this
money has the power to rip the home front to
pieces and destroy the backing our fighting
men must have. Mis-spent these 45 billions
of dollars will bring misery and chaos.
More and more these facts are burning
themselves into our consciousness. Where
formerly one member of a family took upon
nun or herself the full war bond duty, now
every working member of a family must share
the responsibility.
For example, if only one member of a fam-
ily has been working and earning, say, $200
per month, 10 per cent may be the most that
can be saved. But if another member of the
family is employed at, say, $150 a month, the
total expenses of the family may not be in-
creased at all, or very slightly. It is entirely
possible for the family to now put $120 or
more than 30 per cent of total income into
bonds every month.
There is no longer a warbond yardstick
which all should obey. Ten per cent may be
your limit. However, for every 10 per cent
there are numerous potential 15 per centers
20 per centers and even 50 per centers.
Can we do less than to place our payroll
savings on the same invasion tempo of blood
sweat and tears? Figure it out for yourself.
Mudfy Confidential
WE'RE TELLING YOU
From our own investigator: Anti-Semitism is taking on
ugly proportions in the shipyards of the East Literature
of the Streicher type is being smuggled in and passed out
among the workers, and whispering campaigns against
"Jewish slackers" are rampant Here is something that
should engage the attention of the FBI Not only are such
deplorable conditions very much out of place in a democ-
racy, but they also interfere with production ... The Text-
book Commission to eliminate anti-Semitic statements from
American textbooks, of which Kenneth Leslie is the chair-
man, will make the headlines before July 1st, with a very
important announcement Joseph Weiner, who has been
our Director of Civilian Supply, has resigned.
WAR ECHOES .
In one day last month the Nazis executed a hundred
Dutchmen And 64 of them were shot for helping Jews to
when Hitler vowed that Nazism would last a thousand years
from the underground in the Netherlands indicate that the
barber shops there are now levying an extra charge when-
ever a Nazi comes in to be shaved The barbers explain
that the extra charge is justified, because the Nazis' faces
are longer these days And Harry Hershheld cracks that
when Hitler vowed that Nazism would last a thousand years
he must have been figuring in Jap "Zeros."
JEWISH NEWS .
That anti-Zionist interview with King Ibn Saud which was
published in Life was a major blow to the Zionist political
leadership The gentlemen entrusted with the political
activities of the World Zionist Executive had been rather
positive that Ibn Saud was favorably disposed toward a
Jewish Palestine His letter in Life proved that Moshe
Shertok, the Zionist political director, had been very badly
informed ... It is an open secret that the local election con-
ferences of the Jewish Conference are attracting a most dis-
appointing participation The Conference, it must be ad-
mitted, hasn't caught on ... We are told very confidentially
that the Committee for a Jewish Army and the New Zionist
Orgnaization may amalgamate, and work as one body ..
Henry Mcnsky, president of B'nai B'rith, is emerging as the
dominant figure in American Jewry because of his independ-
ent leadership and his refusal to be intimidated by any group
in Jewish life, no matter how great the pressure.
THIS AND THAT .
G. Kaltanowsky, world champion blindfolded chess play-
er, who holds the record of having played 35 games simul-
taneously, has given up competitive chess for the duration.
He is an expert diamond cutter, and is making use of his
skill in war work RCA Victor's Julius Haber is launching
a national drive for phonograph records for service men next
month, and hopes you'll turn in all the scrap records you
have cluttering up the house They're sold to record man-
ufacturers, and the funds thus obtained are used to buy new
records for service men here and abroad, who really appre-
ciate them You war workers now have a song dedicated
to you It's by none other than Irving Berlin, and its title
is "Home Front Heroes."
ENTERTAINMENT FIELD .
Moss Hart is out collecting material for a show, to be com-
parable to Berlin's "This is the Army," for the Air Force
And when it comes to traveling around he isn't bothered by
priorities, for General Arnold has placed an Army bomber
at his disposal Bandleader Charles Spivak claims that
he holds a record in the uniqueness of an autograph request
Not long ago Charlie was asked, by a nurse in his doc-
tor's office, to sign his nam to a glass slide on which a drop
of his blood was mounted Peter Lorre, who in ante-bellum
days used to entertain you as "Mr. Moto," plays the part of
a tough Nazi in "A Thousand Shall Fall" The other day
we bumped into Arthur Lipson, the actor, who played the
Russian dancer in "You Can't Take It With You" ... He has
an extraordinarily giited family ... His daughter Marilyn
is a talented painter, and his other daughter, Bemice, is a
virtuoso on the piano Some day a promoter may discov-
er that the Lipsons constitute a self-contained Seven Arts
presentation.
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Did you know that Nathan Filstein, the famed violin vir-
tuoso, also is recognized by experts as an exceUent painter?
. Justice Samuel Rosenman was really a very sick man
His recovery is progressing steadily, but slowly ... The day
room for enlisted men at Stewart Field, which is West Point*
air base, will be known as "The Sergeant Meyer Levin Room
-although the heroic sergeant never attended West Pomt
in Twl u^/ the Photographer whose work is featured
IU?' *' **?* from North Africa, and some of his pictures
^1= ?yube)ng featu^ed in his weekly ... But many P'c;
mrfl v. U. J hi* eIuiPment went up L smoke when Eu
made a hurried exit from a burning plane, Winchell tells us
now 0YU VS L6en wondering where Hollywood's Krasna *
Ueu*nnnY v9 hlS 'alent8' we can te" Y that he is no*
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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
690 9. W. 17 Ave.. Miami
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Rabbi
LEWIS ORBEN. Sexton
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
6:00 p. in. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky, conducting and ad-
dressing the congregation Satur-
day morning on "Light."
Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m.
Rabbi Rackovsky speaking to
the worshipers on "The Position
of the Rabbis." Mishnah and
Jewish Laws and Customs group
meets daily at 7:15 and 8:00 p. m.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
141S Eucll&Vve., Miami Beach
ABRAHA1TD. WOLF, Cantor
Friday, 7:30 p. m., Kabalos
S ha bos.
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.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
164S S. W. Third St.. Miami
SIMON APRIL Rabbi
Services: Friday 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April:
"Adult Education in Religion."
Shalosh Sudos, 6:00 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening. Hebrew school 10 a. m.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
S35 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.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
7S1 41st 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
fon weekly portion. Mincha 7
p. m. followed by class in Pirke
Avoth. Service men's Se'udah
Shlishis 7:15 p. m., Chaplain Har-
old H Gordon presiding.
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Wash. Ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
MAURICE MAMCHKS. 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'oodfiss follows.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. R. 19th St.. Miami
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN, Rabbi
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D
Rabbi Emeritus
Services Friday at 8:15 p. m.
Farewell reception to Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman. Reception in
honor of Rabbi and his wife un-
der chairmanship of Mrs. Morris
Plant will follow in Kaplan Hall.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami
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. ----------
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1301 South Andrews Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
Reform Synaffog-ue serving Hollywood.
Ft. Lauderdale and Broward County
SAMUEL HALEVI 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 p. m.
ftawldan'l
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Drapery Shops
Complete Lino of Exclusive
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ALKA-SELTZER
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P^/SsS^ MY DAY
OCCASIONALLY, I wake up in
the irv>l"t with a Headache.
It sometimes wears off along the
middle of the forenoon, but I don't
want to wait that long, so I drink a
glass of SMUtM ALKA-SELTZER.
In Just a little while I am feeling a
lot better.
Sometimes the week's ironing tires
me and makes me sore and stiff.
Then if a ALKA-SELTZER to the
rescuea tablet or two and a little
rest make* me feel more like finish-
ing the job.
And when I eat "not wisely but
too well," ALKA-SELTZER relieves
the Add Indigestion that so often
follows.
Yea, Alka-SelUer brightens my
day. It brings relief from so many
of my discomforts, that I always
keep it heady.
Why don't yon get s package of
ALKA-SELTZER at your drug store
today?
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CONFERENCE OF RABBIS TO
BE HELD IN NEW YORK CITY
The Central Conference of
American Rabbis, representing
the Reform Rabbinate in the
United States, whose more than
500 members include rabbis in
Canada, England, South Africa,
and Australia, will open its fifty-
fourth annual convention at the
Hotel New Yorker, New York
City, Tuesday, June 22. The
theme of the convention, which
will continue through Sunday,
June 27, is "The Centrallty of the
Synagogue in American Jewish
Life."
A joint meeting with the Rab-
binical Assembly will be held on
Wednesday, June 23, in the af-
ternoon, for the purpose of dis-
cussing the general theme of the
convention.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman of this city
will attend.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
CORRECTION IN FEDERATION
OFFICERS CAUSED BY ERROR
An error appearing in last
week's edition of The Jewish
Floridian omitted several names
from the newly elected executive
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Members of the committee in
addition to the officers and stand-
ing committee chairmen are Leo
Ackerman, Rudy R. Adler, Mrs.
Benjamin E. Bronston, Samuel N.
Friedland, George Goldberg, Lou-
is Heiman, Maurice J. Kopelo-
witz, Isaac Levin, Joseph M. Lip-
ton, Sam Luby, Mrs. Matilda
Ratner, Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal.
Morton Russack, Mrs. Monte Se-
lig, and Ben W. Slote.
HOME CAMP HAS GREATEST
ENROLLMENT IN HISTORY
The "Y" Home Camp started its
fifth annual session on Monday,
June 14, with a total enrollment
of 73 children. This is, by far,
the largest enrollment in the
history of the "Y" Camp. The
first day of the Camp went off
according to schedule without
any hindrance whatever. Be-
cause of the excellent organiza-
tion and the fine staff the Camp
has, there was no delay on the
opening day. Mothers and Camp-
ers were amazed at the clock-
like precision witn which the
Camp operated on the opening
day.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Caaipr-%r.nounces
that because of the targe enroll-
ment, registration will cease for
the time being. This is due to
many reasons. First, the ration
of foods; second, the fact that
doctors are not available for phy-
sical examination of the campers.
Registrations, however, will now
be accepted for future enroll-
ment.
If you have not enrolled your
child, do so immediately and he
will be accommodated at some
future date. For the past two
months parents have been urged
to register their children in the
Camp. Many have been dilatory.
Those who have paid attention
and were prompt have profited
by it. Those children who will
register presently will be put on
the waiting list and will be ac-
commodated as, when and if a
vacancy occurs.
RABBI AVAILABLE FOR THE
RELIGIOUS NEEDS OF MIAMI
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, is available to admin-
ister to the religious needs of the
Jewish community. His services
are not confined to members of
the congregation. He may be
contacted at the synagogue, 590
S. W. 17th Ave., or at his home.
5-5495.
Tor Safe Dependable Service
Miami Vacuum Cleaner Co.
formerly
RHODE VACUUM CLEANER CO.
1312 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 3-7838
APARTMENT ASSOCIATION
SELLS $82,000 IN WAR BONDS
Approximately $82,000 in war
bonds have been sold and cred-
ited to Miami Beach Apartment
Association in its campaign to
sell $145,000 worth with which
to buy a heavy tank for hasten-
ing victory for the Allies.
David Honoroff, chairman, re-
ports that statements from 15 cap-
tains are being tabulated and re-
sults might exceed the estimated
figure. It is believed the $145,000
goal will be reached shortly.
Campaign headquarters are at
Miami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Association and sales are
also made at Liggett's drug store,
corner Washington Ave. and
Lincoln Road, and at the associa-
tion's offices, room 208 Mercan-
tile Bank building.
RABBI MESCHELOFF TO BE
SPEAKER SUNDAY ON RADIO
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
speak over station WQAM Sun-
day at 9:15 a. m. on the subject
"A Day for Fathers." The pro-
gram is sponsored by the Rabbin-
ical Association of Greater Mi-
ami.
For a Cool, Delightful
Vacation, Stop at .
The Horowitz
Kosher Inn
All Rooms with Connecting
Bath and Running Water
RATES REASONABLE
331 First Ave. W.
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C.
__ Washington, (JTA) "The
Star Shell," ordnance publication
issued by Navy Department em-
ployees, reveals this week that
Professor Albert Einstein, noted
physicist, is now an employee of
the Ordnance Bureau of the
Navy.
Dr. Einstein, the publication
says, will work on the theory of
explosives at his Princeton, New
Jersey, home. It adds that "Dr.
Einstein will not be in uniform
he thinks better in his old wind-
breaker with his trousers rolled
up.
CZECHS AND YUGOSLAVS TO
CANCEL ANTI-IEWISH LAWS
London (WNS>The Checho-
slovakian and Yugoslaav Gov-
ernmcnts-in-exile pledged them-
selves this week to cancel as
soon as the war is over all anti-
Jewish measures enacted in their
countries under the pressure of
Nazi occupation.
At a plenary session of the
Czechoslovak State Council.
Minister of Interior Juraj Slavik
stated that anti-Jewish laws
adopted in Czechoslovakia since
the Nazi occupation "ate contra-
dictory to the principles of the
Czechoslovak constitution and
will therefore not last one min-
ute longer than the war."
Yugoslav Prime Minister Slo-
bodan Yovanovitch declared in a
letter to the World Jewish Con-
gress that anti-Jewish laws are
"contrary to the liberal tradi-
tions of our country" and would
be eradicated in post-war Yugo-
slavia.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In buwlness under the fictitious name
of LONDON LUGGAGE OP MIAMI
BEACH, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
In and for Dade County, Florida.
GEORGE BENNETT
JOSEPH I'. CICERO
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
5/28 8/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LONDON LUGGAGE OP MIAMI.
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
for Dade County, Florida.
GEORGE BENNETT
SAM VENETSKT
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant*
5/28 6/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
of SLEEPMASTER BEDDING PRO-
DUCTS, at 64 N. E. 73rd Street,
Miami. Florida, Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HAROLD HKi'K
NATHAN ROSENBLOOM
SILVER. KAPLAN & DIETZ
Attorneys for Applicants
6/18-SS 7/2-9-16

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FRIDAY. JUNE 18,
"........------------- -1,, -u -|j Lu-L-|_ -L -. -u~u~u U U B'nai B'rith
Notes
By Paul Weitiman
^^MKOlXXMOOOlMlMXtO
|M**0W%
If the many appeals over the | arrangements. Reply cards have
radio for Blood Donors, in be- been sent to all members of
half of the Red Cross, were, Sholem Lodge, and they will do
heard and applied to Greater a gnat service if they fill-in and
Miami, volunteers would become send in these reply post cards
donors for the Dade County which require no postage
Blood Bank
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
has been conducting a drive to
obtain 500 blood donors by the
end of this month, but by pre-
sent indication the number of
volunteers will fall far short of
Conference Delegates Elected
Beth David Auditorium was
the scene of a spirited rmeting
on June 13th. 1943. when elect-
ors for Jewish organizations
from Fort Pierce to Key West
'lected two delegates to the
the goal set. There is a certain American Jewish Conference to
sense of pride m accomplishment i be held in or around New York
although efforts to keep a gteady City in Aujui-t
Twenty thousand Jewish peo-
ple were represented by seme
ninety < lectors, and these thou-
sands of voices will now speak
through the lips ol Rabbi Max
iro ami Mr. Harry Simon-
at the Conference Five
huridr^'d-iijulaeates from every
lo"d,' "Iil"' Will corn,,, ol theCl ted States will
*r the i to various sect- reprjfcenl ., I ti Jewish people
! !' : i te in tJUs country and ;.ll will b,
LEL GETS FUND TO CREATE INTERFAITH STUDENT
LOWSHIPS AS MEMORIAL TO JEWISH WAR HERO
working for Jews throughout
the world.
While B'nai B'rith may lay
claim of membership by the
honored gentlemen who arc to
participate as delegates to this
most important "Conference'
these delegates are members of
other Jewish organizations.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Harry
Simonhoff. as delegates, have no
organization labels or tagsthey
represent twenty thousand Jew-
ish people, from all walks of life
and with as many divergent
views as may generally be found
in so many people,
District Five. B'nai B'rith Grand
Lodge
At its recent convention in
Asheville, v C, elections were
bold for District Five Grand
Lodge Officers. Sol Fass of
Portsmouth. Va was elected
President; Hyman Rubin, Colum-
bia. C. C., Fust Via Pn ident;
.1 Fine, Baltimore. Md.,
Second Vie. -Pr< sident; Isaac
Gradman, Asheville, N C Third
Vi\( -Pn sidi nt; Julius Fisher.
oke. Va Secretary, and
Maier Trust. Charleston. S. C .
Treasurer. Morns 11. Witten, of
'Jacksonville and Morrice S
i ; Tam| .>. wi t< Florida
the Executive
Committee of Disti id Five.
State B'nai B'rith Convention
in Miami
PALM BEACH NOTES
.
JEWISH FLORJDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STnre*
. IN THE FOX BUILDING ^
MBS. MABY SCHBEBNKX Rpr.s*ntroV.
Miss Rosalynd Irene Gruner, I Beth Israel SistorK,
.laughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. P.'sored a card oartv '^ Spon"
Gruner, 3131 Washington Road,
graduated Goucher Colic..
Baltimore, Md., on June 8. Miss
Gruner received
Arts degree.
ird Dartv
ngton Road. I evening at SchwirV,i, I,'ursday
College of with Mrs. S. SchSr h'rK Hal
une 8. Miss wauitter hostess.
Bachelor of Mr. and Mrs At \n
Saturday nS^f^^J^
,. ,i,.l U..... R *"r "MnPsIn^
Miss Eleanor Rottman and
sister Evelyn, left Tuesday morn-
ing for Philadelphia, where they
will visit relatives and friends
tor the summer
to spend the summer,
and Mrs. LeWis
^ngston
and abundant supply of blood
emergency use are not made for
plasma a\ ailable fi r instant and
glorythe object is to save lives.
Members and friends ol B'nai
B'rith are asked to contact the
B'nai B'rith office -3-6391and
give their names as volunteer
blood doi
re
ion
.___________ .............""- .miJ miu an win Dei rpt, l:, l- c r>-
._,_, _.,._ I Th< stati Federation Bnai
HILLEL GETS FUND TO CREATE INTERFAITH STUDENT FEL- Hn'" 1-lli-'~ hold its an-
nual convention in Miami, this
The invita-
tion, exti nded by Sholem Lodge,
has met with ;,
and plans are new in the making
to ; : i most enjoyable time
to thi Ci n\ ention deli gates.
Hillel Foundation for Miami U?
olem Lodge
Hillel Foundation service
the last convention of Disti ict
While no action was tak-
en on the request the need of
300 Ji wish students at the
University of Miami for a Hillel
Foundation devoted exclusivi ly
to then problems had the symj a
thctic attention ,,i" the District
loaders. It is anticipated that
the needs of the students will
be m< t in the near tuture.
Mr.
1801
> their summer home -t w, for
I Mass. They wi^cturnT^
So. OUve'AvTnue ft""3"-
Beth El Sisterhood held a card
party Thursday night at Sher' Miss Phyllis Frocm-m .
Memorial Hall, Wacksman, William Gluck of SoQliv K-
was the hostess.
nue
At the request "i Pfc. Joseph
Schrebnick who is in the service,
Rabbi M. Greenstein arranged
for a three minyon service in
memory ol his fathi r on the oc-
casion o| the Yahrzcit. Cpl.
Spinnel of Camp Murphy gave
the service, and Rabbi Green-
stein recited tne Kaddish.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gold of
Belle Glade, have moved here
tor the suninii i and are staying
at 921 Hillcrest Blvd.
Mrs, l!o.-e Sehutzberg, ho I
Of thi' Villa Claire, and Miss
i Shutzberg, left for Pine
Hill when they will spend the
summi i
intends to enter the lffiS1
State College for wSnTft
F* the Beat in Dairy
Product
LFA
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
Rabbi Louis I. Newman, of Temple Rodoph Sholom. New
York City, presenting check for SI.500 from family of Morris
Furman to Dr. A. L. Sachar, national director of B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundations, for creation of Burton J. Furman Memonal
Fund, in memory oi Burton J. Furman. who died a hero when
^1 ,Ca7ieu U' S- S- Lexinaton w* sunk. An initial gift
o be used to further interfaith relations among the students in
the New York colleges and universities, the fund will be ad-
mimstered by the Metropolitan Hillel Council, representing four
rWa^fahrnUHylIlel ^ ** 0nd S
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men s Supreme Council of B'nai B'rith; and the American Assa
entries must be in the national A7I L J hich tune a11
N. W.. Washington. DC^ headquarters, 1003 K St..
REFUGEE WORK IS BEING CONTINUED
Bo Sure Its
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Mmneapohs who was killed at Pearl Harbor, goes downVe
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FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1943
* Jewish fkrktian
PAGE SEVEN
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE
Of The Jewish Welfare Board
<&
SERVICE
A COMMUNITY PROJECT
Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
^ r\ r\ r\
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIQ, Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec.
Executive Committee
Mra. Walter Bronaton. Mrs. Max
Dobrin, Maurice Grossman. Louis
Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Mra. Murry Koven, Harry Marko-
witz. Nat Roth, Fred Shochet,
Milton Sirkln, Joseph Stein. Mrs.
Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle.
George Wolpert.
LT. ADOLPH W. KUTNER. 34,
of New York City, has been
killed in action in the recent
North African campaign. His
twin brother, Lieutenant Newton
H. Kutner, is attached to the
Quartermaster Corps. Lieuten-
ant Kutner was affiliated with
Temple Israel in San Francisco,
where he was the leader of a Boy
Scout troop.
PFC. MOSES MELMED, 29. of
Long Island City, is a prisoner
of Italy. News of his where-
abouts was relayed to his broth-
er, Edward, of 43-09 47th Ave.,
by the rector of St. Theresa's
Church in Queens, who had had
word of Melmed from the Vati-
can. Private Melmed came to
the United States from Latvia
six years ago. His mother. Beila,
is now in Capetown, South Af-
rica. Melmed is a member of
i the Sunnybrook Jewish Center.
Devoting This Entire page to
the Efforts of Army-Navy Com-
mittee. Made Possible Tnrough
the Co-Operation of:
BARCO'S MEN'S SHOP
245 E. Flagler Street
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
606 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
DDOE SPORTSWEAR CO.
2110 N. W. Miami Ct.
FTXZIT SYSTEMS. Plumbers
1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue
FLORIDA LINEN SERVICE
100 N. W. 20th St.
FLORIDA WHOLESALE
GROCERY CO.
82 N. E. 26th St.
LAND-O SUN DAIRIES, Inc.
101 Alton Road
MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. Inc.
1701 N. W. 7th Ave.
MIAMI MILL WORK &
LUMBER CO.
536 N. W. 11th Street
MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY
COMPANY
2160 N. W. 27th Ave.
NATIONAL BRANDS. Inc.
600 N. W. 13th St.
WM. RUBIN & SON
LUGGAGE A JEWELRY
31 N. Miami Ave.
MONTEFIORE SELIG
WILLIAM D. SINGER
SOUTHEASTERN
SALESMEN'S CARAVAN
Langford Building
SUNGAS CO.
1100 W. Flagler St.
WOMETCO THEATRES
Mitchell Wolfson Sydney Meyer
ABOUT OUR BOYS
ALVIN GROSSMAN, an em-
ploye of the Florida Power and
Light Co., has been inducted in
the Navy and sent to Samson, N.
Y., for boot training. He has the
rating of apprentice seaman. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. M.
Grossman, 1333 Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach. His wife is living
in New York.
His brother, PFC. RALPH
GROSSMAN, has been promoted
to corporal and transferred to a
reconnaisance squadron of the
Army Air Forces at Reading, Pa.
STANLEY KOLBER. son of
Mrs. Rose Kolber, 1244 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., Miami Beach, at the
OCS, Camp Davis, N. C. He is
in the anti-aircraft artillery
school there and recently was
home on leave from his former
station, Camp Hahn, Calif. He
attended the University of Miami
and was a member of the Interna-
tional Honor Society there.
Jewish Boys on All Fronts
SEAMAN 2/c KENNETH LIP-
MAN. 1350 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach, is home on furlough after
finishing training as radio tech-
nician at the Jacksonville nav-
al air station. He will report
for duty at the Brooklyn Navy
yard.
LT. MILTON L. ROSENBLATT
of Miami Beach, has returned to
Moses Lake, Wash., after visit-
ing his mother, Mrs. Rose Rosen-
blatt, 246 Jefferson Ave., Miami
Beach. He was graduated from
the Blackland Flying School in
Waco, Texas.
PVT. GEORGE WELTSCH. 711
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
has completed his radio training
'with the AAFTTC at Miami
Beach and has been permanently
assigned as drill instructor there.
He is with the 916th" training
unit.
MIAMI 322 AZA BOYS
IN SERVICE
PVT. MURRAY MILLER, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller, 900
S. W. 4th Street, has been trans-
ferred from Ft McClellan, Ala.,
to Virginia Polytechnical Insti-
tute at Blacksburg, Va. Pvt. Mil-
ler will take a specialized train-
ing course for the U. S. Infantry
at his new camp.
RAPHAEL SMULIN, son of
Mrs. Sarah Smulin, 1352 S. W.
2nd Street, and HAROLD SOLO-
MON, son of Mrs. Clare Solomon,
left Thursday for Camp Bland-
ing, Florida, where they will be
assigned to active duty.
PFC. ALLAN SINGER, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Singer of
St. Petersburg, formerly of this
city, has been stationed at Boca
Raton Field, Florida, for the past
seven months. Pfc. Singer, a
trumpeter of the 3rd A. A. F.
Band, is also a drum major.
AVIATION STUDENT FRED-
ERICK S. GROSSBERG. sta-
tioned at Susquehanna Univer-
sity, Selinsgroce, Pennsylvania,
is a cadet officer in his squadron.
His parents are Mr and Mrs.
Lazar Grossberg of 212 S. W.
20th Road.
S/SGT. MELVIN SCHAFFER
is spending his furlough with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schaffer, of 1637 S. W. 5th St.
Sgt. Schaffer, a radio man and
LT. ROBERT D. HAYS
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Des Hays,
900 16th St., Miami Beach. Rob-
ert left the University of Florida
where he was a student, to enlist
in May, 1942. A member of Phi
Lambda Fraternity he was called
to service August 31. 19"42.
He received his wings and com-
mission May 28th of this year at
Craig Field, Selma, Ala., and was
assigned immediately as inspec-
tor at Bainbridge Field, Bain-
bridge, Ga.
A Soldier's Letter
On Father's Day
Note:Appropriate for this week
is this letter from a son. Pete
Singer, in the service stationed
in Africa, to his father, Mr. D.
Singer, residing at 1786 S. W.
16th Street, Miami:
Dear Dad:
I am a little late writing to
you but we now have a new ad-
dress, APO 759. The rest stays
the same. Dad, I won't be with
you this father's day. I was un-
able to be with you last father's
day. But only such a great need
as we have in the world today
has kept me away. I am sure
that you don't mind sparing me,
knowing that I am helping to
make a future father's day for
many of our own oppressed peo-
ple. On this Father's Day, I,
here in Africa, at 6 o'clock in the
evening, that will be noon in Mi-
ami, will close my eyes and think
real hard of you and maybe if
you do the same, our thoughts
will meet each other. Dear Dad.
although I love and respect you
always, it takes an occasion like
this when a man can let himself
go and say things that might not
sound right on another day. To
you and mother I send my fond-
est love. May we all be together
next Father's day.
PETE.
gunner, is stationed at the Dal-
hart, Texas, Army Air Base.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cowen,
2120 S. W. 6th Street, have re-
ceived word that their son. SGT.
RAYMOND L. COWEN has ar-
rived safely somewhere in North
Africa. Sgt. Cowan enlisted in
the Army on October 25th. 1940.
His mailing address is:
Sgt. Raymond L. Cowen
Co. B & 6tn Bat.
1st Replacement Depot
APO 8909
Postmaster, N. Y.
HELP WANTED!
to build the meet all inclusive list of Jewish men and women
in the armed forces of the United States.
It is essential that every Jew in America make himself a
committee of one to transmit information on those in service
or who have been decorated, missing in action, wounded, or
who have given their lives in service. By doing this you will
be aiding in the authentic recording of Jewish participation in
this warnow being compiled by the
BUREAU OF WAR RECORDS. NAT ROTH, Chairman
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
c/o P. O. BOX 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
S/SGT. ROBERT KESSLER. 21
of McKeesport, Pa., joins the
ranks of four-medal Jewish fli-
ers, having earned the Distin-
guished Flying Cross, the Silver
Star, an Oak Lear Cluster to the
Silver Star and the Air Medal.
Sergeant Kessler was recorded in
the Honor Roll of December 7,
1942. for his receipt of the Silver
Star.
A radio operator and gunner
aboard a B-24 Liberator called
"The Black Maria," Sergeant
Kessler is now at home after
eleven busy months in the Midd-
dle East. He was a member of
the first American group of fli-
ers to bomb vital oil fields in
that area and is credited with
bringing down seven enemy craft
and three more "probables."
S/SGT. ARTHUR I BERKO-
VITZ, 23, of East Chicago. Ind.,
reported missing in air action
over Europe since May 19th,
holds the Air Medal and two Oak
Leaf Clusters. He has been on
numerous operational flights ov-
er Germany and Axis-held coun-
tries. On one raid his plane was
of Belleville, 111., lost his life
in the North African fighting. A
member of the Jewish Center of
Forest Hills West and the Young
Folks League of his community.
Lieutenant Siegel had been in
service two years. He was a
graduate of the City Colledge of
New York.
PVT. BERNARD GOLDBERG.
21, of Atlantic City, N. J.. was
killed in action in the Asiatic
area. He has been posthumously
awarded the Purple Heart. De-
tails of the action in which he
lost his life are not yet avail-
able, but it is known that he had
participated in three major en-
gagements. In letters home he
wrote that he was "knocking 'em
down like ten-pins." He was a
member of the Atlantic City
Jewish Community Center.
SEAMAN STANLEY STAUB.
26, of San Francisco, Cal.. was
killed when his bomber crashed
off Ellice Island in the Southwest
Pacific while on a scouting mis-
sion. A member of the editorial
staff of the San Francisco Chron-
icle, Staub was the author of an
badly shot up, losing a "wing and unpublished anti-war novel and
the use of all but one motor. I while at Samoa Island wrote a
In his letters home, Sergeant
Berkovitz wrote time and again
that he was "terribly thrilled"
to be "in there pitching."
biography of Rickenbacker.
PVT. SAMUEL F. BERKO-
In ser- WITZ, 22, of New York City, was
vice 18 months,"he was an office killed in action in North Africa,
worker at a steel plant in civil Moving forward against the en-
life. He is the son of Fanny emy, he was cut down by ma-
Berkovitz of 3712 Grand Blvd. chine gun fire. A chauffeur be-
______ fore he enlisted in the Army last
T/SGT NORMAN S. GOLD-1 year, Private Berkowitz was a
raid against Rangoon. Aerial en- j member of the Educational Alli-
gineer and gunner on a heavy! ance and was an all-round ath-
bomber. Sergeant Goldstein dis- j lete-
covered while in flight that three ''
of the huge half-ton bombs were
jammed in their racks and could
not be released by the mechan-
ism. Sergeant Goldstein there-
upon removed his parachute and | \
crawled onto the catwalk of the
bomb bay with a screw driver.
While manipulating in the narrow
space, he tore his oxygen mask
and began to suffer for lack of
oxygen. With one final, desper-
ate effort, he freed the bombs by
hand and fell unconscious only
the fact that his bulky flying
clothes wedged him against the
racks prevented his falling
through the open bomb bay doors.
He was discovered by the pilot
and another member of the crew.
T/SGT. MORRIS HAMMER-
MAN, 23. of the Bronx, has been
awarded the Air Medal "for ex-
traordinary achievement while
serving as aerial photographer
on a B124D plane in an extreme-
ly long range reconnaisance and
photographic mission." Sergeant
Hammerman's citation points out
that the missions were carried
out over a very hazardous air
route involving lengthy over-
water flights in far northern lat-
itudes under uncertain weather
conditions: "Technical Sergeant
Hammerman displayed skilled
airmanship and great courage.
The flight was of urgent military
importance and the successful
performance thereof reflects cre-
dit on the military forces of the
U. S."
LT. E. ROBERT LOEB. 23. of
Cincinnati, Ohio, is the recipient
of an Air Medal for meritorious
service on the African front.
Lt. Loeb participated in an ep-
ochal mission, transporting troops
from England to Africa in the
longest non-stop troop-transpor-
tation flight without escort."
KILLED IN ACTION
T/SGT. SAMUEL S. WEISER.
23. of Brooklyn, holder of an
Air Medal, has been killed in ac-
tion. In service two years. Ser-
geant Weiser was an air force
radio operator. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Weiser of
7211 19th Ave., and was married.
Lt. BERNARD S. SIEGEL. 27.
PVT. SAMUEL STEIN
of the Bronx displaying the Jew-
ish Chaplain's Flag at field
services.
One hundred and fifty three
rabbisOrthodox, Reform and
Conservative have thus far
donned military uniforms for the
duration to serve men and wo-
I men in the Army and Navy,
i Twenty one more raftbis have
i been endorsed for service by the
[ Committee on Army and Navy
Religious Activities of the Jewish
Welfare Board. It is probable
that before the year's end there
will be a Jewish chaplain's group
of over 200eight times as many
as in World War 1.
Twenty-one of the Jewish chap-
lains are serving overseas and
eleven others are enroute or will
leave shortly. Others will fol-
low steadily. These are the men
who are ministering to the spirit-
ual needs of the Jewish soldiers
where they are needed mostin
the front lines and in the fox-
holes.
Mam*_____________________
Addreas (Home)___________
Date of Btrth____________
Name of Nearest Relatiye
Addreae_____________
Date of Enlistment
Relationship
Blanch of Serrice
Service Address
rL No.___________
Rank
-Outfit.
Promotions, honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other
Tents- or services:-.________________________________________


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FRIDAY. JUNE 18,



JJOR THOSE WHO FALL and freeze on
the lime-covered floors of the cattle cars
that carry them to German labor camps-
there is no other choice.
For the little children of Tepelini and
Salonika and Athens who wait with swollen
stomachs for the food ship that never arrives,
there is nothing else to dobut wait.
For the Russian peasant with no choice
but to burn his home before the Nazis reached
it; for the Chinese of Nanking whp suffered
the terrorism of the Jap; for all of those ia
Ko second c!iance,...no other choice
nameless graves and numberless cellsfor
all of themthere was no second chance, no
other choice.
But for youa choice still remains. For
rwramong all the peoples of the world, the
road to freedom is still clear.
Never before have we been able to measure
the price of freedom for ourselves and our
children in such tangible terms. Will you
help to keep the road to freedom open?
Will you invest-*//*** can-in War Bonds?
It's not so much to ask. Many of us are
making more money than we have for years;
The things we'd like to buy with that money
are scarceor unavailable. So, we're asked
to loan money at good interest$4 for every
$3 when the Bonds mature. Money to help
pay for the warkeep prices downprovide
peacetime jobs and peacetime goods and a
generally decent world for jdl of us whe
the war is won.
Chances are you're already in the Payrol
Savings Planbuying War Bondsdoing
your bit. "But don't stop there. Raise your
sights! Do your kestf
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)AY, JUNE 18. 1943 vJewlsii Her Mian PAGE FIVE RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS OMWil* MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX | BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 690 9. W. 17 Ave.. Miami JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Rabbi LEWIS ORBEN, Sexton Services daily 8:30 a. m. and [7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and 6:00 p. in. Rabbi Joseph E. [Rackovsky, conducting and ad[dressing the congregation Saturday morning on "Light." Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m. [Rabbi Rackovsky speaking to the worshipers on "The Position [of the Rabbis." Mishnah and [ Jewish Laws and Customs group meets daily at 7:15 and 8:00 p. m. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Eucll(N(kve., Miami Beach ABRAHASfD. 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. | SCHAAREI ZEDEE [' 1545 8. W. Third St.. Miami SIMON APRIL Rabbi Services: Friday 7:15 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April: "Adult Education in Religion." Shalosh Sudos, 6:00 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. Hebrew school 10 a. m. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM 625 N. W. Fifth Ave., Miami Services: Friday evening, Mineha—Kabbalos Shabos, 7:15 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. Daily service morning and eveDing. I BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st St., Miami Beach I S. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday, 8:00 p. m., Kabbalos Shabbos service. Saturday, 9:30 a. m., service: I Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching fon weekly portion. Mincha 7 'p. m. followed by class in Pirke Avoth. Service men's Se'udah Shlishis 7:15 p. m., Chaplain Harold H. Gordon presiding. u ash Ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beach MOSES MESOHEIJOFF", 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'ooddss follows. TEMPLE ISRAEL 117 N. E. 19th St., Miami COLMAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. PhD Rabbi Emeritus Services Friday at 8:15 p. m. Farewell reception to Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Reception in honor of Rabbi and his wife under chairmanship of Mrs. Morris Plant will follow in Kaplan Hall. CONGREGATION BETH DAVE) 139 N. W. Third Av.-., 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. — — TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1101 South Andrews Ave. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Reform Synagogue serving Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale and Broward County SAMUEL, HALEVI 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. 'ifZ Is the BEST? REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH YlowUon'l Upholstery, Slip Cover ami Drapery Shop* Complete Lin* of Exclusive Decorative Fabric* 95 N. W. lit St. Ph. 3 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1SM N. W. 7th St. Ph. %  -7S01 Best care for chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people $25 WEEKLY UP MOB Large Beautiful Qrounds^Bsi Lincoln Road Properties Sales and Lessee B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estste Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph.6-5868 The United States Gov ment Having Taken Over His Present Offic ML JOSEPH B. MAROOUS announces the KXMOTAL OF MIS OFFICE se 911 Lincoln Roee Albioo Bide.. Suits IM MIAMI BEACH For the Practice f General Dentistry ALKA-SELTZER is* 10 MY DAY %  JtM 1WH I HEALTH RESORT AMBWCAN MAN HOTEL : cseeeesi u~ &<*•"•* fcjis) fc ss s sne it***" ft-* I APPROVED SANITARIUM I ri-"--. cn—i tsaaSsa *-*<• (TREATMENT FACILITIES ft ktUcw IM* 'OmdU' G.KI *WXS?X+t REASONABLE RATES tas s-w. SO~COOT O CCASIONALLY, I wake up in the SBBBBJag with a Headache. It sometimes wears off along the middle of the forenoon, but I don't want to wait that lone so I drink a ejejj of SBBSMSRB ALKA-SELTZER. In just a little while I am feeling a lot better. Sometimes the week's ironing toes me and makes me sore and son. Then ifs ALKA-SELTZER to the rescue-a tablet or two and a BtUe rest makes me feel more like finishing the job. And when I eat not_ wi sely but too well" ALKA-SELTZER relieves the Acid Indigestion that so often follows. Yes, Alka-SelUpr brightens my day. It brings relief from so many of m r discomforts, that I always keep it bendy. Why don 't yon get a package of ALKA-SELTZER at your drug store today? •Verge Package •*. Small Mr/ MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES CONFERENCE OF RABBIS TO BE HELD IN NEW YORK CITY The Central Conference of American Rabbis, representing the Reform Rabbinate in the United States, whose more than 500 members include rabbis in Canada, England, South Africa, and Australia, will open its fiftyfourth annual convention at the Hotel New Yorker, New York City, Tuesday, June 22. The theme of the convention, which will continue through Sunday, June 27, is "The Centrality of the Synagogue in American Jewish Life." A joint meeting with the Rabbinical Assembly will be held on Wednesday, June 23, in the afternoon, for the purpose of discussing the general theme of the convention. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of this city will attend. W i W^^WW^W I' M ^ W W ^ W^W^ ^ ^ ^^^ THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ ^y^M^MWMWWy^WMM^*******^^ **i MMMM CORRECTION IN FEDERATION OFFICERS CAUSED BY ERROR An error appearing in last week's edition of The Jewish Floridian omitted several names from the newly elected executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Members of the committee in addition to the officers and standing committee chairmen are Leo Ackerman, Rudy R. Adler, Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston, Samuel N. Friedland, George Goldberg, Louis Heiman, Maurice J. Kopelowitz, Isaac Levin, Joseph M. Lipton, Sam Luby, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal. Morton Russack, Mrs. Monte Selig, and Ben W. Slote. RABBI AVAILABLE FOR THE RELIGIOUS NEEDS OF MIAMI Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, is available to administer to the religious needs of the Jewish community. His services are not confined to members of the congregation. He may be contacted at the synagogue. 590 S. W. 17th Ave., or at his home, 5-5495. For Safe Dependable Service Miami Vacuum Cleaner Co. formerly RHODE VACUUM CLEANER CO. 1312 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 3-7838 HOME CAMP HAS GREATEST ENROLLMENT IN HISTORY The "Y" Home Camp started its fifth annual session on Monday, June 14, with a total enrollment of 73 children. This is, by far, the largest enrollment in the history of the "Y" Camp. The first day of the Camp went off according to schedule without any hindrance whatever. Because of the excellent organization and the fine staff the Camp has, there was no delay on the opening day. Mothers and Campers were amazed at the clocklike precision with which the Camp operated on the opening day. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Camo apncuinces that because of Uxis-held cnroll-i his planement, registration will cease for the time being. This is due to many reasons. First, the ration of foods; second, the fact that doctors are not available for physical examination of the campers. Registrations, however, will now be accepted for future enrollment. If you have not enrolled your child, do so immediately and he will be accommodated at some future date. For the past two months parents have been urged to register their children in the Camp. Many have been dilatory. Those who have paid attention and were prompt have profited by it. Those children who will register presently will be put on the waiting list and will be accommodated as, when and if a vacancy occurs. APARTMENT AooOClATION SELLS $82,000 IN WAR BONDS Approximately $82,000 in war bonds have been sold and credited to Miami Beach Apartment Association in its campaign to sell $145,000 worth with which to buy a heavy tank for hastening victory for the Allies. David Honoroff, chairman, reports that statements from 15 captains are being tabulated and results might exceed the estimated figure. It is believed the $145,000 goal will be reached shortly. Campaign headquarters are at Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association and sales are also made at Liggett's drug store, corner Washington Ave. and Lincoln Road, and at the association's offices, room 208 Mercantile Bank building. RABBI MESCHELOFF TO BE SPEAKER SUNDAY ON RADIO Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak over station WQAM Sunday at 9:15 a. m. on the subject "A Day for Fathers." The program is sponsored by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. For a Cool, Delightful Vacation. Stop at The Horowitz Kosher Inn All Rooms with Connecting Bath and Running Water RATES REASONABLE 331 First Ave. W. HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. Washington, (JTA) — "The Star Shell," ordnance publication issued by Navy Department employees, reveals this week that Professor Albert Einstein, noted physicist, is now an employee of the Ordnance Bureau of the Navy. Dr. Einstein, the publication says, will work on the theory of explosives at his Princeton. New Jersey, home. It adds that "Dr. Einstein will not be in uniform he thinks better in his old windbreaker with his trousers rolled up. CZECHS AND YUGOSLAVS TO CANCEL A NTI-JEW ISH LAWS London (WNS>—The Czechoslovakian and Yugoslaav Governments-in-exile pledged themselves this week to cancel as soon as the war is over all antiJewish measures enacted in their countries under the pressure of Nazi occupation. At a plenary session of the Czechoslovak State Council. Minister of Interior Juraj Slavik stated that anti-Jewish laws adopted in Czechoslovakia since the Nazi occupation "ate contradictory to the principles of the Czechoslovak constitution and will therefore not last one minute longer than the war." Yugoslav Prime Minister Slobodan Yovanovitch declared in a letter to the World Jewish Congress that anti-Jewish laws are "contrary to the liberal traditions of our country" and would be eradicated in post-war Yugoslavia. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eniraKe in business undr the fictitious name of UINDON LUOGAQB OP MIAMI BEACH, Intend to register eald 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 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LONDON LUGGAGEOK MIAMI. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dade County. Florida. GEORGE BENNETT SAM VBNETSKT MAX R, SILVER Attorney for Applicants 5/28 /4-ll-18-25 YOUR WAR BOND DOLLARS WILL BRING VICTORY Perhaps you can't serve on the firing 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. DADE FEDERAL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under tho fictitious name of SLEEPMASTER BEDDING PRODUCTS, at 64 N. E. 73rd Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAROLD BECK NATHAN ROSENBLOOM SILVER. KAPLAN A DIBTZ Attorney! for Applicants I It-tS 7/2-9-16 A SAVINGS INSTITUTIONRESOURCES OVEB $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON, President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE GORDON FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL YOUR JEWISH 710 S. W. 12th AVENUE HOME PHONE 3-3431 WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION


)AY, JUNE 18. 1943
vJewlsii Her Mian
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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
OMWil*
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX | BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
690 9. W. 17 Ave.. Miami
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Rabbi
LEWIS ORBEN, Sexton
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
[7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
6:00 p. in. Rabbi Joseph E.
[Rackovsky, conducting and ad-
[dressing the congregation Satur-
day morning on "Light."
Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m.
[Rabbi Rackovsky speaking to
the worshipers on "The Position
[of the Rabbis." Mishnah and
[ Jewish Laws and Customs group
meets daily at 7:15 and 8:00 p. m.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1415 Eucll(N(kve., Miami Beach
ABRAHASfD. 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.
| SCHAAREI ZEDEE
[' 1545 8. W. Third St.. Miami
SIMON APRIL Rabbi
Services: Friday 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April:
"Adult Education in Religion."
Shalosh Sudos, 6:00 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening. Hebrew school 10 a. m.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
625 N. W. Fifth Ave., Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
ehaKabbalos Shabos, 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m., Rabbi H. M.
Kagan, preaching.
Daily service morning and eve-
Ding.
I BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st St., Miami Beach
I S. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, 8:00 p. m., Kabbalos
Shabbos service.
Saturday, 9:30 a. m., service:
I Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching
fon weekly portion. Mincha 7
'p. m. followed by class in Pirke
Avoth. Service men's Se'udah
Shlishis 7:15 p. m., Chaplain Har-
old H. Gordon presiding.
u ash Ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beach
MOSES MESOHEIjOFF", 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'ooddss follows.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
117 N. E. 19th St., Miami
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. PhD
Rabbi Emeritus
Services Friday at 8:15 p. m.
Farewell reception to Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman. Reception in
honor of Rabbi and his wife un-
der chairmanship of Mrs. Morris
Plant will follow in Kaplan Hall.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVE)
139 N. W. Third Av.-., Miami
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.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1101 South Andrews Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Reform Synagogue serving Hollywood,
Ft. Lauderdale and Broward County
SAMUEL, HALEVI 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
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CONFERENCE OF RABBIS TO
BE HELD IN NEW YORK CITY
The Central Conference of
American Rabbis, representing
the Reform Rabbinate in the
United States, whose more than
500 members include rabbis in
Canada, England, South Africa,
and Australia, will open its fifty-
fourth annual convention at the
Hotel New Yorker, New York
City, Tuesday, June 22. The
theme of the convention, which
will continue through Sunday,
June 27, is "The Centrality of the
Synagogue in American Jewish
Life."
A joint meeting with the Rab-
binical Assembly will be held on
Wednesday, June 23, in the af-
ternoon, for the purpose of dis-
cussing the general theme of the
convention.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman of this city
will attend.
WiW^^WW^WI''M^W W^W^W^^^^^^
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
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CORRECTION IN FEDERATION
OFFICERS CAUSED BY ERROR
An error appearing in last
week's edition of The Jewish
Floridian omitted several names
from the newly elected executive
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Members of the committee in
addition to the officers and stand-
ing committee chairmen are Leo
Ackerman, Rudy R. Adler, Mrs.
Benjamin E. Bronston, Samuel N.
Friedland, George Goldberg, Lou-
is Heiman, Maurice J. Kopelo-
witz, Isaac Levin, Joseph M. Lip-
ton, Sam Luby, Mrs. Matilda
Ratner, Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal.
Morton Russack, Mrs. Monte Se-
lig, and Ben W. Slote.
RABBI AVAILABLE FOR THE
RELIGIOUS NEEDS OF MIAMI
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, is available to admin-
ister to the religious needs of the
Jewish community. His services
are not confined to members of
the congregation. He may be
contacted at the synagogue. 590
S. W. 17th Ave., or at his home,
5-5495.
For Safe Dependable Service
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formerly
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HOME CAMP HAS GREATEST
ENROLLMENT IN HISTORY
The "Y" Home Camp started its
fifth annual session on Monday,
June 14, with a total enrollment
of 73 children. This is, by far,
the largest enrollment in the
history of the "Y" Camp. The
first day of the Camp went off
according to schedule without
any hindrance whatever. Be-
cause of the excellent organiza-
tion and the fine staff the Camp
has, there was no delay on the
opening day. Mothers and Camp-
ers were amazed at the clock-
like precision with which the
Camp operated on the opening
day.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Camo apncuinces
that because of Uxis-held cnroll-
-i his plane-
ment, registration will cease for
the time being. This is due to
many reasons. First, the ration
of foods; second, the fact that
doctors are not available for phy-
sical examination of the campers.
Registrations, however, will now
be accepted for future enroll-
ment.
If you have not enrolled your
child, do so immediately and he
will be accommodated at some
future date. For the past two
months parents have been urged
to register their children in the
Camp. Many have been dilatory.
Those who have paid attention
and were prompt have profited
by it. Those children who will
register presently will be put on
the waiting list and will be ac-
commodated as, when and if a
vacancy occurs.
APARTMENT AooOClATION
SELLS $82,000 IN WAR BONDS
Approximately $82,000 in war
bonds have been sold and cred-
ited to Miami Beach Apartment
Association in its campaign to
sell $145,000 worth with which
to buy a heavy tank for hasten-
ing victory for the Allies.
David Honoroff, chairman, re-
ports that statements from 15 cap-
tains are being tabulated and re-
sults might exceed the estimated
figure. It is believed the $145,000
goal will be reached shortly.
Campaign headquarters are at
Miami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Association and sales are
also made at Liggett's drug store,
corner Washington Ave. and
Lincoln Road, and at the associa-
tion's offices, room 208 Mercan-
tile Bank building.
RABBI MESCHELOFF TO BE
SPEAKER SUNDAY ON RADIO
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
speak over station WQAM Sun-
day at 9:15 a. m. on the subject
"A Day for Fathers." The pro-
gram is sponsored by the Rabbin-
ical Association of Greater Mi-
ami.
For a Cool, Delightful
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HENDERSONVILLE. N. C.
Washington, (JTA) "The
Star Shell," ordnance publication
issued by Navy Department em-
ployees, reveals this week that
Professor Albert Einstein, noted
physicist, is now an employee of
the Ordnance Bureau of the
Navy.
Dr. Einstein, the publication
says, will work on the theory of
explosives at his Princeton. New
Jersey, home. It adds that "Dr.
Einstein will not be in uniform
he thinks better in his old wind-
breaker with his trousers rolled
up.
CZECHS AND YUGOSLAVS TO
CANCEL ANTI-JEWISH LAWS
London (WNS>The Czecho-
slovakian and Yugoslaav Gov-
ernments-in-exile pledged them-
selves this week to cancel as
soon as the war is over all anti-
Jewish measures enacted in their
countries under the pressure of
Nazi occupation.
At a plenary session of the
Czechoslovak State Council.
Minister of Interior Juraj Slavik
stated that anti-Jewish laws
adopted in Czechoslovakia since
the Nazi occupation "ate contra-
dictory to the principles of the
Czechoslovak constitution and
will therefore not last one min-
ute longer than the war."
Yugoslav Prime Minister Slo-
bodan Yovanovitch declared in a
letter to the World Jewish Con-
gress that anti-Jewish laws are
"contrary to the liberal tradi-
tions of our country" and would
be eradicated in post-war Yugo-
slavia.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eniraKe
in business undr the fictitious name
of UINDON LUOGAQB OP MIAMI
BEACH, Intend to register eald 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 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LONDON LUGGAGE- OK MIAMI.
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
for Dade County. Florida.________
GEORGE BENNETT
SAM VBNETSKT
MAX R, SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
5/28 /4-ll-18-25
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WILL BRING VICTORY
Perhaps you can't serve on the firing linebut
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.
DADE FEDERAL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under tho fictitious name
of SLEEPMASTER BEDDING PRO-
DUCTS, at 64 N. E. 73rd Street.
Miami. Florida, Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HAROLD BECK
NATHAN ROSENBLOOM
SILVER. KAPLAN A DIBTZ
Attorney! for Applicants
I It-tS 7/2-9-16
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PAGE SIX rjewisti flcrictiati i I FRIDAY. JUNE 18, %  ----------—--1 — — -u | j L — uL | L -. -u~u~u U U . wi t< Florida the Executive Committee of Disti id Five. State B'nai B'rith Convention in Miami PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORJDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STnre* IN THE FOX BUILDING ^ MBS. MABY SCHBEBNKX Rpr.s*ntroV. Miss Rosalynd Irene Gruner, I Beth Israel SistorK, .laughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. P.'sored a card oartv '^ Spon Gruner, 3131 Washington Road, graduated Goucher Colic.. Baltimore, Md., on June 8. Miss Gruner received Arts degree. ird Dartv ngton Road. I evening at SchwirV,i, I, urs day College of with Mrs. S. SchSr h' rK Hal • une 8. Miss wauitter hostess. Bachelor of Mr. and Mrs At \n Saturday nS^f^^J^ ,. ,i,„„.l U R *" r "MnPsIn^ Miss Eleanor Rottman and sister Evelyn, left Tuesday morning for Philadelphia, where they will visit relatives and friends tor the summer to spend the summer, and Mrs. Le W i s ^ngston and abundant supply of blood emergency use are not made for plasma a\ ailable fi r instant and glory—the object is to save lives. Members and friends ol B'nai B'rith are asked to contact the B'nai B'rith office -3-6391—and give their names as volunteer blood doi re ion • "".miJ miu an win Dei rpt, L:, LC r>._,_, „„_.,._ I Th< stati Federation %  •' Bnai HILLEL GETS FUND TO CREATE INTERFAITH STUDENT FELHn '" 1 lli -'~ %  hold its annual convention in Miami, this The invitation, exti nded by Sholem Lodge, has met with ;, and plans are new in the making to ; : i most enjoyable time to thi Ci n\ ention deli gates. Hillel Foundation for Miami U? olem Lodge Hillel Foundation service the last convention of Disti ict While no action was taken on the request the need of 300 Ji wish students at the University of Miami for a Hillel Foundation devoted exclusivi ly to then problems had the symj a thctic attention ,,i" the District loaders. It is anticipated that the needs of the students will be m< t in the near tuture. Mr. 1801 > their summer home -t w, for I Mass. They wi^cturnT^ So. OUve'AvTnue ft"" 3 "Beth El Sisterhood held a card party Thursday night at Sher' Miss Phyllis Frocm-m Memorial Hall, Wacksman, William Gluck of SoQliv K was the hostess. nue At the request "i Pfc. Joseph Schrebnick who is in the service, Rabbi M. Greenstein arranged for a three minyon service in memory ol his fathi r on the occasion o| the Yahrzcit. Cpl. Spinnel of Camp Murphy gave the service, and Rabbi Greenstein recited tne Kaddish. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gold of Belle Glade, have moved here tor the suninii i and are staying at 921 Hillcrest Blvd. Mrs, l!o.-e Sehutzberg, ho I Of thi' Villa Claire, and Miss i Shutzberg, left for Pine Hill when they will spend the summi i intends to enter the lffiS 1 State College for wSnTft F* the Beat in Dairy Product LFA WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM Rabbi Louis I. Newman, of Temple Rodoph Sholom. New York City, presenting check for SI. 500 from family of Morris Furman to Dr. A. L. Sachar, national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, for creation of Burton J. Furman Memonal Fund, in memory oi Burton J. Furman. who died a hero when ^ 1 Ca 7 ie u U S S Lexinaton w sunk. An initial gift o be used to further interfaith relations among the students in the New York colleges and universities, the fund will be admimstered by the Metropolitan Hillel Council, representing four rWa^fa h rnU H y lIlel ^ !" ** 0nd S NAVY HONORS JEFFREY. B'NAI B'RITH WAR HERO SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Pakn Beach County. ft urine UM .Nationally Famous Southern Dairiae re1(1 CBBAM duets and Ios Cream. AS NEAH TO TOD AS YOUR PHONE JUDGES IN NATIONAL JEWISH ONE-ACT PLAYWRITING CONTEST-A TRIO OF NOTED AUTHORS I WANT MY MILK 'orfd hnvp h perS nallt os from ,he Horary and dramatic wn n n, 6n 'I* !" ? ,Udges f ,he na,ional ^-act playAleoh^nH TA?" i eW n Sh *!"? Which is beina sponsored by Aleph Zadik Aleph. B'nai B'rith youth organizationthe Wr> men s Supreme Council of B'nai B'rith; and the American Assa entries must be in the national A7I L J hich tune a11 N. W.. Washington. DC^ headquarters, 1003 K St.. REFUGEE WORK IS BEING CONTINUED Bo Sure Its New Destroyer-EscoTnan^lTrTis^nT!^^^^ 1 Mmneapohs who was killed at Pearl Harbor, goes downVe %  mmmm§m the U. S. S. Jeffrey as part of the national B'nai B'rith Zn ship war project. L to R. Arthur Seserman. CouncU ores JemFrances Klmg president Haym Salomon B'nai B'riVwomencTse^ary y '' ^ a d ****** ***>


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PAGE FOUR +Jelstincrk9tan FRPAYJ UNE 18, 1943 0*Jewish FloiriidlBam PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES tl S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 %  nterwl as Second Class Matter July 4, 1940, at the Post Office of Miami Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION One Year. $2.00 Six Months. $1.00 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1943 SIVAN 15, 5703 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 25 Mudfy GorifLdenUal -*T PHINEAS I. MBOM. FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH The entrance of Miami's beloved Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman into the Chaplaincy of the U. S. Army is a step of progress for himself and a source of pride to his congregation and our community. He goes from a brilliantly successful career in the Rabbinate into the service of our Country. We of the community may be suspected of being slightly prejudiced in his behalf so let us pay tribute to him by guoting a statement made about him by Major E. E. Teidt, former Fifth Disrtict Chaplain and now Post Chaplain at Boca Raton, who was Chaplain at Pearl Harbor when it was attacked. Major Teidt states: "While serving as Miami Beach Schools and Fifth District Chaplain from July 1. 1942 to December 20. 1943. it was my privilege to know and work with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. "Rabbi Zwitman is otustanding among the Ministers of Miami and has been a leader in all community endeavors. He has an exceptionally fine educational background, has a prepossessing personality, and is an indefatigable worker. "Rabbi Zwitman has had a long and successful ministry with the large Congregation of Temple Israel, and has been the outstanding leader of interfaith cooperation in the City of Miami. "After a decade in the Regular Army Chaplaincy I know of no one I can recommend more highly for a commission in our Corps." Greater Miami regiets his leaving and is pioud of his voluntary decision to sacrifice personally to do his part. We wish him strength and success in his work and express a desue to see Rabbi Zwitman return to our midst after a soon and speedy victory. the National Council of Jewish Women has taught me that the basic premise of all deliberation, if we wish to achieve a mutual and logical goal, is the understanding and acceptance of differences, and that nothing can possibly be accomplished at this conference if the goal, which is to alleviate the despair and tragedy of European Jews is lost sight of in the controversy of which group shall dominate in America. The questions to be discussed are the position of the European Jew in the post war world and the position and rights of Jews in Palestine in the international picture. There is no doubt in my mind that a magnificent pattern can be evolved for the solution of these two problems. Perhaps it will not be satisfactory to the extremist of any particular group, but taking into consideration the fundamental differences in ideology. each i>f which is totally valid to the ones propounding theirs. I believe we can still find that common denominator and that we can still solve the problem before us. And to sum up, we guole the "speak for itself" call for the American Jewish Conference: "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 in the plans for world reconstruction." AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE If the interest indicated at the election of the two delegates from this area to the American Jewish Conference is symbolical of the into: ost ot other districts throughout the country then the Conference has the support of United States Jewry and evidences by democratic iule, the United Voice of American Jewry. With a total shgible electoral vote of 94, the fust ballot showed 90 present and participating. A larger audience was present to witness the occasion. A substantial majority was accorded to both delegates Harry Simonhoff and Rabbi Max Shapiro. We can be proud of this reptesentation. Both selectees are ccpable. Both have backgrounds insuring an intelligent unde: standing of the problems confronting the Conference. They will, we are firmly and felly convinced, represent, and represent us WML A statement by Mr*. Maurice L. Goldman national president of the National Council of lewnb \Vomen of tie executive committee of me Conference aptly states: Through the American Jewish Conference a United American Jewish Community comp osed o* men ar.d women of every shade erf belief and even in some instances diametrically opposing ph < wia have the rare opportunit} at %  ingeth" '• si .e if possible, a common denom< t inetO T by which car. be solved the imminent erobfem of the European Jew is the post war world By the p rinci p le s as set down at the Pittsburgh conference this is not a political fathering to decide by majority vote which philosophy in Jewish life is right a.-..-: which is wrong The eafflag of this e % %  :< r't s signal for any one group to coerce .rage the hoe king of The fundament.!: its | rent us bah of i sorely striehsn and t bret iren %  0 Baq as President of FIGURE IT OUT FOR YOURSELF The time has come for every one of us who is putting a part of his income into War Bonds to re-assess his or her contribution toward the winning of the war. To begin with we can all feel proud of what we have accomplished. There are more than 26,000,000 of us buying bonds out of income regularly. We work in 180,000 concerns, big and little. There is virtualy no industry or business without a payroll savings plan in all America. Our War Bond purchases now amount to about S400 000.000 a month. While the nation was training and arming millions of our fathers, sons and brothers, the 10 per cent measure for war bond allotments served its purpose. Meanwhile our national income has risen to record heights. Consumer goods have steadily dwindled. We will have 45 billion dollars above the cost of the necessities of life and present taxes in our pockets during 1943 Thorn is plenty of dynamite in these loose 45 billions of dollars Thrown into the fight in the form of war bonds this money has suifidenl power to blow Hitler's armies t0 shreds 'oVlhTL? >I*t\tion with your neighbors LS£?22 SUpply 0f civUian 9oocb. this rSSIT A / P 0 ""* r: ? the home front to pieces and destroy the backing our fightina S^nE? iTu %  • MiS s P ent these 45 billions of debars will bring misery and chaos. aJZS. Cad m re **** lacts ^ burning themselves into our consciousness. Where formerly one member of a family took uoon mm or herself the full war bond <£y now" Jy has been worxing and earning, say $200 per month. 10 per cent may be the mL S hgg fis e mr d n yed at say, SISO a month. Se total expenses of the family may not be in whicTa'll r^obev 1 tt2j2?&\ your limit However! for'evSy Tp^cem I there are numerous potential 15 per'center. Can we do less than to place our payroll savmgs on the same evasion tempo of'SEl sweat and tears? Hgure it out fc/yoursebL WE'RE TELLING YOU From our own investigator: Anti-Semitism is takina ugly proportions in the shipyards of the East Liter h" of the Streicher type is being smuggled in and passed among the workers, and whispering campaigns aa %  UI "Jewish slackers" are rampant Here is somethmath*' should engage the attention of the FBI Not only are s k deplorable conditions very much out of place in a de racy, but they also interfere with production The T book Commission to eliminate anti-Semitic statements h* American textbooks, of which Kenneth Leslie is the ch m man, will make the headlines before July 1st, with a ^ important announcement Joseph Weiner, who has he2 our Director of Civilian Supply, has resigned. n WAR ECHOES In one day last month the Nazis executed a hundred Dutchmen And 64 of them were shot for helping Jews to when Hitler vowed that Nazism would last a thousand year from the underground in the Netherlands indicate that th' barber shops there are now levying an extra charge when** ever a Nazi comes in to be shaved The barbers expla that the extra charge is justiiied. because the Nazis' faces are longer these days And Harry Hershfield cracks that when Hitler vowed that Nazism would last a thousand years he must have been figuring in Jap "Zeros." JEWISH NEWS That anti-Zionist interview with King Jhn Saud which was published in Life was a major blow to the Zionist political leadership ... The gentlemen entrusted with the ontitfari activities of the World Zionist Executive had been rathe positive that Ibn Saud was favorably disposed toward a SSL^ST % %  • • F* I 6 "" to Uie P roved toat Moshe Shertok. the Zionist political director, had been very badlv informed It is an open secret that the local election conferences of the Jewish Conference are attracting a most disappointing participation ... The Conference, it must be admitted hasn't caught on ... We are told very confidentially that the Committee for a Jewish Army and the New Zionist Orgnaization may amalgamate, and work as one body Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith. is emerging as the dominant figure in American Jewry because of his independent leadership and his refusal to be intimidated by any group in Jewish life, no matter how great the pressure. THIS AND THAT ... G. Kaltanowsky, world champion blindfolded chess player, who holds the record of having played 35 games simultaneously, has given up competitive chess for the duration. He is an expert diamond cutter, and is making use of his skill in war work ... RCA Victor's Julius Haber is launching a national drive for phonograph records for service men next month and hopes you'll turn in all the scrap records you have cluttering up the house They're sold to record manufacturers, and the funds thus obtained are used to buy new records for service men here and abroad, who really appreciate them You war workers now have a song dedicated to you ... It's by none other than Irving Berlin, and its title is Home Front Heroes." ENTERTAINMENT FIELD Moss Hart is out collecting material for a show, to be comparable to Berlin. "This is the Army," for the Air Force • And when it comes to traveling around he isn't bothered by priorities, for General Arnold has placed an Army bomber at his disposal Bandleader Charles Spivak claims that 2 a record in the uniqueness of an autograph request • %  • Not long ago Charbe was asked, by a nurse in his docT if E Ce J sign *** %  nain to a glass slide on which a drop of his blood was mounted P. ter Lorre, who in ante-bellum aays used to entertain you as "Mr. Moto." plays the part of a tough Nazi in "A Thousand Shall Fall" The other day £e oumped into Arthur Lipson. the actor, who played the Hussion dancer in "You Can't Take It With You" ... He has an extraordinarily gifted family ... Hi. daughter Marilyn %  a talented painter, and hi. other daughter, Bemice, is a ITS? ,t D *}* Pian • • • Some da Y a promoter may discov ?*_""— C nati,Ute a %  —5H Seven Art. ABOUT PEOPLE tuoso*

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+Jelstincrk9tan
FRPAYJUNE 18, 1943
0*Jewish FloiriidlBam
PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES
tl S. W. SECOND AVENUE
P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141
nterwl as Second Class Matter July 4, 1940, at
the Post Office of Miami Florida, under
the Act of March 3, 1879
Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor
SUBSCRIPTION
One Year. $2.00 Six Months. $1.00
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1943
SIVAN 15, 5703
VOLUME 16 NUMBER 25
Mudfy GorifLdenUal
-*T PHINEAS I. MBOM.
FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH
The entrance of Miami's beloved Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman into the Chaplaincy of the
U. S. Army is a step of progress for himself and
a source of pride to his congregation and our
community.
He goes from a brilliantly successful ca-
reer in the Rabbinate into the service of our
Country. We of the community may be sus-
pected of being slightly prejudiced in his be-
half so let us pay tribute to him by guoting a
statement made about him by Major E. E.
Teidt, former Fifth Disrtict Chaplain and now
Post Chaplain at Boca Raton, who was Chap-
lain at Pearl Harbor when it was attacked.
Major Teidt states:
"While serving as Miami Beach Schools
and Fifth District Chaplain from July 1.
1942 to December 20. 1943. it was my privi-
lege to know and work with Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman.
"Rabbi Zwitman is otustanding among
the Ministers of Miami and has been a lead-
er in all community endeavors. He has an
exceptionally fine educational background,
has a prepossessing personality, and is an
indefatigable worker.
"Rabbi Zwitman has had a long and
successful ministry with the large Congre-
gation of Temple Israel, and has been the
outstanding leader of interfaith cooperation
in the City of Miami.
"After a decade in the Regular Army
Chaplaincy I know of no one I can recom-
mend more highly for a commission in our
Corps."
Greater Miami regiets his leaving and is
pioud of his voluntary decision to sacrifice
personally to do his part.
We wish him strength and success in his
work and express a desue to see Rabbi Zwit-
man return to our midst after a soon and
speedy victory.
the National Council of Jewish Women has
taught me that the basic premise of all de-
liberation, if we wish to achieve a mutual
and logical goal, is the understanding and
acceptance of differences, and that nothing
can possibly be accomplished at this con-
ference if the goal, which is to alleviate
the despair and tragedy of European Jews
is lost sight of in the controversy of which
group shall dominate in America. The
questions to be discussed are the position
of the European Jew in the post war world
and the position and rights of Jews in Pal-
estine in the international picture. There
is no doubt in my mind that a magnificent
pattern can be evolved for the solution of
these two problems. Perhaps it will not
be satisfactory to the extremist of any par-
ticular group, but taking into consideration
the fundamental differences in ideology.
each i>f which is totally valid to the ones
propounding theirs. I believe we can still
find that common denominator and that we
can still solve the problem before us.
And to sum up, we guole the "speak for
itself" call for the American Jewish Confer-
ence:
"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 rehabil-
itation of Jewish life should be integrated
in the plans for world reconstruction."
AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE
If the interest indicated at the election of
the two delegates from this area to the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference is symbolical of the in-
to: ost ot other districts throughout the country
then the Conference has the support of Unit-
ed States Jewry and evidences by democratic
iule, the United Voice of American Jewry.
With a total shgible electoral vote of 94, the
fust ballot showed 90 present and partici-
pating. A larger audience was present to
witness the occasion.
A substantial majority was accorded to
both delegates Harry Simonhoff and Rabbi
Max Shapiro. We can be proud of this rep-
tesentation. Both selectees are ccpable. Both
have backgrounds insuring an intelligent un-
de: standing of the problems confronting the
Conference. They will, we are firmly and
felly convinced, represent, and represent us
WML
A statement by Mr*. Maurice L. Goldman
national president of the National Council of
lewnb \Vomen of tie executive committee of
me Conference aptly states:
Through the American Jewish Confer-
ence a United American Jewish Commun-
ity composed o* men ar.d women of every
shade erf belief and even in some instances
diametrically opposing ph < wia
have the rare opportunit} at ingeth-
" si .e if possible, a common denom<
t inetOT by which car. be solved the imminent
erobfem of the European Jew is the post
war world
By the principles as set down at the
Pittsburgh conference this is not a political
fathering to decide by majority vote which
philosophy in Jewish life is right a.-..-: which
is wrong The eafflag of this e :<
r't s signal for any one group to coerce
.rage the hoe king of -
The funda-
ment.!: its | .
rent us
bah of
i sorely striehsn and t bret iren
0 Baq as President of
FIGURE IT OUT FOR YOURSELF
The time has come for every one of us who
is putting a part of his income into War Bonds
to re-assess his or her contribution toward the
winning of the war.
To begin with we can all feel proud of
what we have accomplished. There are more
than 26,000,000 of us buying bonds out of in-
come regularly. We work in 180,000 con-
cerns, big and little. There is virtualy no in-
dustry or business without a payroll savings
plan in all America. Our War Bond purchases
now amount to about S400 000.000 a month.
While the nation was training and arming
millions of our fathers, sons and brothers, the
10 per cent measure for war bond allotments
served its purpose.
Meanwhile our national income has risen
. to record heights. Consumer goods have
steadily dwindled. We will have 45 billion
dollars above the cost of the necessities of life
and present taxes in our pockets during 1943
Thorn is plenty of dynamite in these loose 45
billions of dollars Thrown into the fight in
the form of war bonds this money has suifi-
denl power to blow Hitler's armies t0 shreds
'oVlhTL? >I*t\tion with your neighbors
LS?22 SUpply 0f civUian 9oocb. this
rSSIT a / P0""* r:? the home front to
pieces and destroy the backing our fightina
S^nE? iTu MiS"sPent these 45 billions
of debars will bring misery and chaos.
aJZS. Cad mre **** lacts ^ burning
themselves into our consciousness. Where
formerly one member of a family took uoon
mm or herself the full war bond Jy has been worxing and earning, say $200
per month. 10 per cent may be the mL S
hggfis emrdnyed at say, SISO a month. Se
total expenses of the family may not be in
' whicTa'll r^obev1 tt2j2?&\
your limit However! for'evSy Tp^cem I
there are numerous potential 15 per'center.
Can we do less than to place our payroll
savmgs on the same evasion tempo of'SEl
sweat and tears? Hgure it out fc/yoursebL '
WE'RE TELLING YOU
From our own investigator: Anti-Semitism is takina
ugly proportions in the shipyards of the East Liter h"
of the Streicher type is being smuggled in and passed
among the workers, and whispering campaigns aa UI
"Jewish slackers" are rampant Here is somethmath*'
should engage the attention of the FBI Not only are s k
deplorable conditions very much out of place in a de
racy, but they also interfere with production The T
book Commission to eliminate anti-Semitic statements h*
American textbooks, of which Kenneth Leslie is the chm
man, will make the headlines before July 1st, with a ^
important announcement Joseph Weiner, who has he2
our Director of Civilian Supply, has resigned. n
WAR ECHOES .
In one day last month the Nazis executed a hundred
Dutchmen And 64 of them were shot for helping Jews to
when Hitler vowed that Nazism would last a thousand year
from the underground in the Netherlands indicate that th'
barber shops there are now levying an extra charge when**
ever a Nazi comes in to be shaved The barbers expla
that the extra charge is justiiied. because the Nazis' faces
are longer these days And Harry Hershfield cracks that
when Hitler vowed that Nazism would last a thousand years
he must have been figuring in Jap "Zeros."
JEWISH NEWS .
That anti-Zionist interview with King Jhn Saud which was
published in Life was a major blow to the Zionist political
leadership ... The gentlemen entrusted with the ontitfari
activities of the World Zionist Executive had been rathe
positive that Ibn Saud was favorably disposed toward a
SSL^ST F* I6"" to Uie Proved toat Moshe
Shertok. the Zionist political director, had been very badlv
informed It is an open secret that the local election con-
ferences of the Jewish Conference are attracting a most dis-
appointing participation ... The Conference, it must be ad-
mitted hasn't caught on ... We are told very confidentially
that the Committee for a Jewish Army and the New Zionist
Orgnaization may amalgamate, and work as one body
Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith. is emerging as the
dominant figure in American Jewry because of his independ-
ent leadership and his refusal to be intimidated by any group
in Jewish life, no matter how great the pressure.
THIS AND THAT ...
G. Kaltanowsky, world champion blindfolded chess play-
er, who holds the record of having played 35 games simul-
taneously, has given up competitive chess for the duration.
He is an expert diamond cutter, and is making use of his
skill in war work ... RCA Victor's Julius Haber is launching
a national drive for phonograph records for service men next
month and hopes you'll turn in all the scrap records you
have cluttering up the house They're sold to record man-
ufacturers, and the funds thus obtained are used to buy new
records for service men here and abroad, who really appre-
ciate them You war workers now have a song dedicated
to you ... It's by none other than Irving Berlin, and its title
is Home Front Heroes."
ENTERTAINMENT FIELD
Moss Hart is out collecting material for a show, to be com-
parable to Berlin. "This is the Army," for the Air Force
And when it comes to traveling around he isn't bothered by
priorities, for General Arnold has placed an Army bomber
at his disposal Bandleader Charles Spivak claims that
2 ,a record in the uniqueness of an autograph request
Not long ago Charbe was asked, by a nurse in his doc-
T if ECe'J, sign *** nain* to a glass slide on which a drop
of his blood was mounted P.ter Lorre, who in ante-bellum
aays used to entertain you as "Mr. Moto." plays the part of
a tough Nazi in "A Thousand Shall Fall" The other day
e oumped into Arthur Lipson. the actor, who played the
Hussion dancer in "You Can't Take It With You" ... He has
an extraordinarily gifted family ... Hi. daughter Marilyn
a talented painter, and hi. other daughter, Bemice, is a
ITS? ,tD *}* Pian Some daY a promoter may discov
' ?*_"" Cnati,Ute a "5H Seven Art.
ABOUT PEOPLE .
tuoso* JnwsEfsS "*?** by experts a. an excellent painter?
His J1 Ro8enman was really a very sick man
SLfgT^t P"9ltoy steadily, but .lowly ... The day
^xSwT^, ^OWn "The S^aeant Meyer Levin Room
n?n? 6r?C 8eraeant neVnTattended West Point
in Lue i.Tf 1^ ^Photographer whose work is featured
toUfa.iibaek from North Africa, and some of his pic***
axe already being featured in his weekly ... But many P*-
rures rmA An ,7 W,U,BU m *"* weekly ... But many j--
us
nod** n h~i j -M'-Kuicni went up in smoxe wneu
U is-wt!? bom a burnin9 Plane- WincheU tells s
now 5X^n.wondwin9 where HoUywood's Krasna
Ueutena^r?9 *"* ,alentS' we ** Y that he is no*
ma ofT S.0*00' Qnd ne of hi* latest task, was the writ-



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PAGE EIGHT +JewlstinorMtof7 FRIDAY. JUNE 18, JJOR THOSE WHO FALL and freeze on the lime-covered floors of the cattle cars that carry them to German labor campsthere is no other choice. For the little children of Tepelini and Salonika and Athens who wait with swollen stomachs for the food ship that never arrives, there is nothing else to do—but wait. For the Russian peasant with no choice but to burn his home before the Nazis reached it; for the Chinese of Nanking whp suffered the terrorism of the Jap; for all of those ia Ko second c!iance,...no other choice nameless graves and numberless cells—for all of them—there was no second chance, no other choice. But for you— a choice still remains. For rwr—among a ll the peoples of the world, the road to freedom is still clear. Never before have we been able to measure the price of freedom for ourselves and our children in such tangible terms. Will you help to keep the road to freedom open? Will you invest-*//*** can-in War Bonds? It's not so much to ask. Many of us are making more money than we have for years; The things we'd like to buy with that money are scarce—or unavailable. So, we're asked to loan money at good interest—$4 for every $3 when the Bonds mature. Money to help pay for the war—keep prices down—provide peacetime jobs and peacetime goods and a generally decent world for jdl of us whe the war is won. Chances are you're already in the Payrol Savings Plan—buying War Bonds—doing your bit. "But don't stop there. Raise your sights! Do your kestf YDUVE NOW DO YOUR torn nun oom mmjg^ mom m mm sAvmos PIM LEO ROBINSON MORRIS BROTHERS Largeet Department Store On the Beach BISCAYNE LAUNDRY 231 "*h **• Ph. 8-0264 HARRY SIRKIN KAHN & ALPERT. INC Real Estate A Insurance 420 Lincoln Road 52J7* ENFIELD'S CAMERA SHOP 406 Lincoln Road 6-7111 YOUNG AGES Children's Wear 604 Lincoln Road OLD FORGE RESTAURANT 412 W. 41 at St. B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor ~ "T p utworth). Service" 60S Lincoln Road p n 6-5(66 IRVING NATHANSON fe HAROLD B. SPAET 1466 Washington Ave. LOUIS KARLEBACH "48 i? r M,,t **<*** 616 Washington Avt. W. I. FEUER Realtor 308 Lincoln Road THREE SISTERS 41S Lincoln Road PARAMOUNT PASTRY SHOP 445 Washington Ave. LANDO-SUN DAIRIES 101 Alton Road WOFFORD HOTEL EXOTIC GARDENS Landscape Oeaignera Vr, Nurserymen 607 Lincoln Road MINNA LEE Smart Beach Wear 603 Lincoln Road SKAGSETH STATIONERY CO. 1462 Waahington Ave. MANDELL It CO. 19 C B ^ i > • U • %  Ru ^• Linoleum 1626 Pennsylvania Ave. 5-18*7 HOTEL MILLARD L. O. Bloomfield 934 Waahington Ave. JOSEPH DAOUD'S SONS •40 Lincoln Road FEINERS REALTORS BERNARD S. PEINER. p r .. 1-wit Washington Ave. Ph. 8.1811 DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. OF MIAMI 1473 N. W. 7th Ave. DANIEL BROAD MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSN HARRY L MAGID "•• %  Eetete 420 Lincoln Read FIVE O'CLOCK CLUB t11 22nd Street MAMMY'S RESTAURANT WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES WUCHER fc LYNN GROCERY CO. •34 Firet St. S-SSf RIPTIDE CLUB 3 Shows Nightly 223 23rd St. PARK AVE. RESTAURANT 33* 22nd St. AUERBACH PAINT CO. New Addrm 1471 Alton Rd —S-5061 CLARA MAY DOWNEY'S OLNEY INN 1406 Dads Blvd.



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fUenisii Florid!ian VOLUME 16—No. 25 Commas YUie Jiewiislh tUinillty H MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1943 PRominEni SPIRITUAL LENDER TO nssuniE DUTV RS IHRPLRIH PRICE TEN CENTS Prominent lay leaders and local officials will be present at the farewell reception to be tendered to Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitinan, Friday evening at Temple Israel at 8:15 in honor of the rabbi joining the armed forces. Rabbi Zwitman this week received his appointment as a Chaplain in the United States Army with the rank of First Lieutenant assigned to active duty and will leave Miami June 20th He will attend the Central Conference of American Rabbis in New York next week, of which he is a member of the publications committee, and then will enter the July class of the Chapship promises much for the Jewish people. He holds degrees from N. Y. and Columbia Universities, and is a graduate of the Jewish Institute of Religion. He served as the Jewish member of the Round Table Conference of Christians and Jews which sponsored a radio program weekly over a local station. The program, which had Rev. Roger Squire and Father Sullivan as the remaining members, was cited as having one of the longest consecutive runs of programs of this type. Rabbi Zwitman made many appearances in churches, schools and civic platforms and held ofMM K. ADOPTS "nREncE IIIEETIIII; SEIEIIS NEW NAME: ALSO RILES PARTIALLY [ommunni MID tiuit IEBDERS A constitution partially approved, at a meeting of Miami Beach residents last Sunday morning interested in Jewish youth character building and recreational activities and adult education, selected as their name for the newly formed group, Y M. and W. H. A. of Miami Beach. The purpose will encompass the features of Ys throughout the country and will endeavor to fill a need on the Beach which has been geographically lacking. Harry Zukernick is heading the organization at the present time, with Mrs. Ben Meyers as secretary. The chairman announced that a committee is busily engaged in securing a location to house the organization and its facilities that it will offer to the public. Still in its embryonic stage, the organization will shortly issue its program and details concerning membership and future plans. The first project the group has assumed is the Miami Beach Home Camp which is operating for the second year. About 125 people were present at the Beth David Talmud Torah Hall last Sunday afternoon to witness the election of delegates from this area to the American Jewish Conference, at which time 90 out of a possible 94. representatives selected by the thirty odd organizations, balloted. Harry Simonhoff, ardent Zionist and leader in the American Jewish Congress, and Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual head of Beth David. Miami's pioneer Congregation for the past ten years, also active in Zionist and general Jewish affairs, were selected by a majority vote on the second ballot. Five of the eleven candidates prepare the material for the Conference's deliberations. A considerable portion of the executive committee's session was taken up by deliberations on admissions of organizations and the attitude of the Jewish Labor Committee which, while deciding to participate in the Conference, has advised its affiliated bodies to refrain from taking part in the local elections. The executive committee re-affirmed its previous decision to allocate to the Jewish Labor Committee and its affiliated bodies a definite number of seats out of the 125 assigned to national membership organizations, and appointed a sub-committee to meet represenRABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN Iain's School at Harvard University. His wife and son will join him following completion of this course and during the interim they will spend some time with her mother in New York. Rabbi Zwitman is the first of the rabbis of this area to join the service and leaves one of the largest pulpits in the state. Temple Israel, which he has served for the past seven years. He came here from Bluefield, W. Va., the pulpit he assumed following his ordination. An outstanding pupil of the noted Stephen S. Wise, who paid Rabbi Zwitman tribute on his visit here last winter as one of t he rabb is whose future leaderNEW RED CROSS CENTER IN SOUTHWEST 8TH STREET fice in national organizations, serving as national vice president of the Rabbinical Association of the Jewish Institute of Religion for the past four years, and a member of the executive of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Several functions in his honor are being held in addition to the reception Friday evening at Temple Israel of which Morris Plant is chairman. Among these was a party given Thursday evening at the Versailles Hotel by a group of friends and admirers, with arrangements under a committee including Leo Robinson, Chaplain David W. Isaacs. Max Orovitz, Ben W. Slote, Shepard Broad, and Joseph I. Lipton. A new American Red Cross hewing and knitting center organized by Mrs. Tina Kotkin was opened Monday, June 14 at 1892 I S. W. 8th St. The spacious location across from Carl's Market has been made possible through the courtesy of Max Kovensky, I lormer owner of Max's DelicatesIsen. The center will be opened daily except Saturday from 10 a. m. to 1 P. m The sewing will consist lot mens, women's and children's arm ent3, all machine made, and P* !" knitting will consist of men's, lv m enB and children's sweaters I voi unteer workers may come in [at any tune of the day for any i period of time. A sewing instructor will be at the center at all inmes if assistance is required. ANTI-SEMITISM IS A CHIEF PLANK IN AFRICA ELECTION Johannesburg, South Africa. (JTA)—Anti-Semitism is one of the chief planks of two of the parties seeking to elect members of parliament in the general elections which will be held on July 7. The anti-British Herenigde (Nationalist) Party and the pro-Nazi Ossewa Brandwag (Ox Wagon Guards), which is a semimilitary fascist party which has adopted the name of the early Boer pioneers, are both distributing campaign literature containing virulent anti-Jewish statements. Several Jewish candidates, members of the government party, are assured of re-election as is the entire government slate according to well informed political observers here. i HOME CAMP ON BEACH OPENS FOR 9 WEEKS A nine-week Home Camp will be sponsored on Miami Beach beginning Monday, June 2lst. at the Drexel School, 1676 Collins Ave., as an activity of the newly formed Y. M. and W. H. A. of Miami Beach. Application of all children between the ages of 4 and 14 is to be made at Beth Jacob. Beth Sholom, or Jewish Community Center, or through the committee headed by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Attorney A. L. Mechlowitz. Medical examination of all children is to take place Monday. June 21, at 9 a. m. on the school premises. Dr. E. Fricdis and Dr. M. B. Marks attending. A school nurse will supervise the children's health throughout the school term. Classes will be held from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Mondays through Fridays. The list of activities include arts and crafts, athletics and gymnastics, games and songs, clubs and dramatics, Jewish folk lore and music, swimming and showers, reading and story telling hours, and pageants. Specially trained instructors have been engaged and Mfrs. Maurice Grossman is school supervisor. Kosher, non-meat noon meals will be served, and milk given during the afternoon hours. Scholarships for those unable to meet the standard tuition fees will be distributed at the direction of the Camp committee. Transportation to and from the school will be provided for. This is the second year of the Miami Beach Summer Home Camp and is marked by an increase in time, curriculum and registration. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO TO CANCEL SPEAKING TOUR DUE TO LEADERS ILLNESS New York (WNS)—Dr. Chaim Weizmann. president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, and the World Zionist Organization, has been confined to bed for the past week as a result of illness and has been ordered by his physicians to cancel all speaking engagements for the next few weeks, it was learned this week • S ^ v er ? 1 im Prtant conferences in Washington and New York were postponed because of the Zionist leader's illness, it was reported. were eliminated on the first ballot with a tie vote for the fifth position announced by the canvassers' committee headed by Isaac Levin and assisted by Carl Weinkle and Fred K. Shochet. Harry Simonhoff presided over the election meeting for the district covering Fort Pierce to Key West. He was assisted by the credentials committee that included Rabbi Shapiro, Mrs. Miriam Sirkin, Maurice Grossman. Mrs. Anna B. Meyers. Mrs. Jenn i e Ro *fort was secretary and Mrs. Moses Kreiger treasurer, with Mrs. Leon Lieberman serving as executive secretary. Day J. Apte, former Miami resident, was chosen to serve from the Tampa district. The American Jewish Conference will definitely be held not later than the latter part of August of this year, according to a decision of the executive committee for the organization of the Conference, which met in New York on June 7th. The exact date will be made public shortly as also the place where the Conference will be held. The postponement of the date of the Conference will in no way affect the elections of delegates now taking place throughout the country. All elections are to be concluded by the end of June. A committee on preliminary study, program and agenda is to HARRY SIMONHOFF tatives of the Jewish Labor Committee to clarify their positions and to insure that all conditions previously agreed on are fairly met. The applications of a numbo of organizations to be admitted as national organizations were rejected on the ground that they do not meet the qualifications provided for in the rules. The fact of non-admission of any organization on a national basis shall not be considered as a reason for the non-admission of local groups of such organizations, provided they ars a Jewish membership organization engaged in recognized Jewish activities. The New Zionist Organization (Zionist Revisionists) was admitted as a national membership body on the condition that the description "Zionist Revisionists" in parenthesis immediately following the name "N.Z.O." be given on their ballots, literature and publicity to avoid confusion or identification with the Zionist Organization of America. The admission of 14 American Jewish youth groups was appr ? v t d i These groups are to be entitled to delegate jointly a certain number of representatives to participate in the Conference, as well as to receive one representative with voting rights to the executive committee and one with voice. INVASION JITTERY ITALY MOVES JEWS FROM SICILY Stockholm (WNS) — Following the surrender of Pantelleria to the Allies, the invasion-jittery Italian government ordered the 16,000 Jews interned in various camps in Sicily transferred to the northeastern part of Italy, it was reported here this week Sicily, it was widely believed, is next on the Allied list of invasion points. MIAMI BEACH BANK NAMES ELLIS NEW VICE PRESIDENT Guy W. Ellis has been elected vice president of the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach, l n l wichar S e o£ new business and public relations, it was announced by J. L. Owen, presifc, Mr. Ellis has resided in Miami Beach for 11 years, and is executive vice president of the Lincoln Road association, as well as a director of the Chase Federal Savings & Loan Assn.



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FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1943 +Jenist) fkriii tr PAGE THREE SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Irving Greenbaum of 642 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Pearl to Cpl. Walter H. Lewis of Roanoke, Virginia. Miss Greenbaum has resided III this area for fifteen years and attended Miami Beach High School. Cpl. Lewis is with the motor transportation division stationed at Miami Beach. No date has been set fQr the wedding. uiinniMani Cantor Maurice Mamches and daughter, Tamara, are vacationing in New York. They will return in six weeks. Mrs. S. B. Feldman and Mrs. Paul Kutner have returned from visiting their sons, S/Sgt. LeRoy S. Feldman and S/Sgt. Raymond Kutner at their camp at Fort McClellan, Alabama. Day J. Apte visited the city recently from Tampa, Florida. Mrs. Emil J. Gould is in Miami for a visit from Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Gertrude Davis, executive secretary of the National Council of Jewish Women, will spend a six week's vacation in New York City. WEDDINGS Last Saturday night, in the chapel of Beth Sholom Center, in the presence of their immediate family and a group of soldiers. Pvt. Jerome Sacks and Miss Judith Ehrenreich were united in marriage by Rabbi S. M. Machtci. The wedding of Sherman Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan, 1560 Penn. Ave., Miami Beach, will be solemnized Tuesday. June 23. Harry Slotin and Irwin Maiser of Savannah, Ga., have returned home after spending a short stay here visiting friends and relatives. BAR MITZVAH The bar mitzvahs of Fred Terens and Stanley Wolfman will take place at services at the Miami Beach Community Center Saturday morning. A reception In the social hall will follow. CEREMONIALS Stanley C. Myers and son Kenneth spent a ten dav stay in New York, returning here Wednesday. Election of officers of the Family Club took place recently with the following elected: Honorary president, Sol Schwartz; president, Mrs. P. Segall; vice president. Mrs. Jack Schwartz; recording secretary, Mrs. Isadora Fine; corresponding secretary Miss Betty Kirschenbaum; treasurer. Mrs. Oscar Argintar. Mrs. Gertrude Schmidt of Brooklyn, N. Y.. is visiting her husband. Pfc. Isadore Schmidt. U.S.A., stationed at Embry-Riddle School of Aviation. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers observed their fourteenth wedding anniversary Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Cowen, accompanied by their daughters. Fay and Sybil, and Miss Gladys Lavigne. have just returned from Quantico, Virginia, where they attended the ceremonies of the Marines, at which time their son, Myron J. Cowen received his commission as lieutenant. Lt. Cowen entered the service in December. 1942. after attending Gordon Military School, Barnsville. Georgia. OUR BONDS FREE THEIR BONDS The Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Gans. 2045 S. W. 11th Terrace, took place at the Jackson Memorial hospital Sunday aftednoon. with Rabbi S. M. Machtci officiating. On Tuesday, Rabbi Machtci officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bott of Nassau, at Jackson Memorial hospital; on Wednesday, he circumcised the son of Mr. and Mrs Sidney Kaplan, of 1771 S. W. 21st street; and on Friday officiated at the Brith Milah of the Sl n f Mr and Mrs. Sam Stahl, of 620 N. W. 23rd Court. Rabbi Max Shapiro is vacationing in New York City with relatives and friends. While there he will officiate at the marriage of Miss Evelyn Auslander to Robert I. Schwartz of the U. S. Marine Corps. Miss Auslander was a member of the Beth David Sunday School faculty. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Z. Weissmann are spending the summer with their daughter, Mrs. Carl Goldstein, at New Rochelle, N Y BEFORE YOU BUT LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. &f —Bl M e*t Bwrnue Be* Mrs. M. S. Grundwerg and sons left for New York where they will spend a six week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg and daughter. Charlotte, are leaving this week for a vacation in New York and vicinity. Charlotte will enter camp after a short stay there. Miss Sonya Shpall of the Beth Jacob Religious School faculty, has left the city for a six week's vacation in New York. Monte Selig left Wednesday for Atlanta where he will join his wife. From there Mr. and Mrs. Selig will leave for a short stay in New York. Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan left Tuesday for a three week's trip. Dr. Kaplan will attend the meeting of the Central Conference of American Rabbis while away. CURRENT RATION DATES Meat. Cheese, Canned Milk. Fats: June 10, J. K. and L red stamps expire. June 13, M stamp becomes valid. Canned Fruits and Vegetables: July 7. K, L. and M blue stamps expire. Sugar: Aug. 15. Stamp 13 good for five pounds expires. Stamps 15 and 16 good for five pounds if needed for canninu; persons needing additional allotments for canning may apply at ration boards. Coffee: June 30. stamp 24. good for one pound, expires. Shoes: After June 15, stamp 18 becomes valid. Gas: Persons entitled to 240 miles per month gas rations, must secure certificates from the official car-sharing committee. Stocholm, (JTA)—More than 19.000 Jews have already been deported from Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, as a result of the expulsion order issued by the Bulgarian Government several weeks ago, the Swedish newspaper Nya Daghgt Allehanda reported this week. f u thc 25000 Jews wh resided in the city before the deportations started, only several thousand, who are citizens of neutral "ft J U ''V have not y et been expelled. The majority of them drt Turkish nationals, the report in the Swedish paper said. Reports reaching here from Rumania state that the Jewish population there has been thrown h < u pa ?i c by i,n announcement that the Gestpo has sent a special commissioner from Berlin to Bucharest to assume control of the Rumanian police force. The commissioner is reported to be trnst Kaltenbrunner. notorious Nazi and one of Himmler's chief assistants. V. F. Treasury rvpt. London. (JTA)—The Nazi massacres of Jews in Europe will be execrated throughout the ages the delegates to the 42nd annual convention of the British Labor Party were told this week in the opening address delivered by A. J. Dobbs, chairman. Devoting a substancial part of his address to the tragedy of the Jews in Nazi-occupied territories, i Mr. Dobbs emphasized that "vietory, unless it comes quickly may be but a Dead Sea fruit for the Jews of Europe." "Language fails me." he said "when I recall the foul assault on the helpless Jewish people be. yond the reach of our immediate assistance—men. women, children, even babes in arms, killed all day long at the orders of the German Government under circumstances of the most systematic and scientific brutality." Elderly crippled gentleman desires home with respectable Jewish family. Will pay $12 to $15.00 per week. BEN HERSHFIELD. 331 N. W. 2nd Are. DRINK OUR FAMOUS DRINKS FOR HEALTH Made from the Finest Citrus Fruits. We also serre fn e n e ^. W lne and Sandwiches 128 Eighth St. Miami Beach Miss Phyllis Berman of 112 Ocean Drive left for Wildwood, N. J., where she will spend the summer. Miss Berman recently graduated from Miami Beach High school. 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. NAZIS DEPORT 52,000 JEWS TO OCCU PIED COUNTRIES London (WNS)—Nazi authorities in occupied Belgium have deported 52.000 Belgian Jews to concentration camps in Germany. Poland and the Urkaine, since their invasion of the country, it was announced this week by the Belgian government-in-exile. The announcement added that the anti-Jewish expulsions, which started early last summer, haveleft the country virtually "judenrein." London, (JTA)—Practically all the Jews of Belgium have been deported by the Nazis to various concentration camps in occupied Poland and the Ukraine, it was' announced here this week by the Belgian Governme'nt-in-Exile on the basis of information which has just reached here. K T hc anno "i"*'ment estimated that about 52.000 Jews have been expelled by the Nazis from Belgium, leaving the country almost judenrein, in accordance with Plans prepared in Berlin. The deportations started a year ago and are practically completed by now, the underground report BalCIa Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Beat • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Dalicioua Corned Bear Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meata 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago European workers under Hitler are forced to labor a minimum of 84 hours a week and are paid in "occupation marks." After the war this "currency" will be worthless scraps of paper and the workers will have nothing but their sorrow. Here in the United States we are working under humane conditions OLD SARATOGA Bisciync. Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 < Dinneri From 5 o'Clock^. Sundays From Noon Cocktai! Lounge ." 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PAGE FOUR +Jewlst>fhrMto£L FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1943 it*)ewisti Flcndiian PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES tl S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 Bntered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1940, at the Post Office of Miami Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Fred X.. Shochtt Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Months, $100 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE SIVAN 15, 5703 18. 1943 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 25 FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH The entrance of Miami's beloved Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman into the Chaplaincy of the U. S. Army is a step of progress for himself and a source of pride to his congregation and our community. He goes from a brilliantly successful career in the Rabbinate into the service of our CountryWe of the community may be suspected of being slightly prejudiced in his behalf so let us pay tribute to him by guoting a statement made about him by Major E. E. Teidt, former Fifth Disrtict Chaplain and now Post Chaplain at Boca Raton, who was Chaplain at Pearl Harbor when it was attacked. Major Teidt states: "While serving as Miami Beach Schools and Fifth District Chaplain from July 1. 1942 to December 20, 1943, it was my privilege to know and work with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. "Rabbi Zwitman is otustanding among the Ministers of Miami and has been a leader in all community endeavors. He has an exceptionally fine educational background, has a prepossessing personality, and is an indefatigable worker. "Rabbi Zwitman has had a long and successful ministry with the large Congregation of Temple Israel, and has been the outstanding leader of interfaith cooperation in the City of Miami. "After a decade in the Regular Army Chaplaincy I know of no one I can recommend more highly for a commission in our Corps." Greater Miami regrets his leaving and is proud of his voluntary decision to sacrifice personally to do his part. We wish him strength and success in his work and express a desire to see Rabbi Zwitman return to our midst after a soon and speedy victory. AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE If the interest indicated at the election of the two delegates from this area to the American Jewish Conference is symbolical of the interest of other districts throughout the country then the Conference has the support of United States Jewry and evidences, by democratic rule, the United Voice of American Jewry. With a total eligible electoral vote of 94, the first ballot showed 90 present and participating. A larger audience was present to witness the occasion. A substantial majority was accorded to both delegates, Harry Simonhoff and Rabbi Max Shapiro. We can be proud of this representation. Both selectees are capable. Both have backgrounds insuring an intelligent understanding of the problems confronting the Conference. They will, we are firmly and fully convinced, represent, and represent us well. A statement by Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman, national president of the National Council of Jewish Women of the executive committee of the Conference aptly states: Through the American Jewish Conference a United American Jewish Community, composed of men and women of every shade of belief and even in some instances diametrically opposing philosophies, will have the rare opportunity of coming together to evolve, if possible, a common denominator by which can be solved the imminent problem of the European Jew in the post war world. By the principles as set down at the Pittsburgh conference this is not a political gathering to decide by majority vote which philosophy in Jewish life is right and which is wrong. The calling of this conference is not a signal for any one group to coerce or disparage the honest thinking of spiritual ideology of differing factions. The fundamental right of each of us to differ should not prevent us from respecting the other's sincerity in this mutual effort on behalf of our sorely stricken and despondent brethren. Perhaps my experience as President of the National Council of Jewish Women has taught me that the basic premise of all deliberation, if we wish to achieve a mutual and logical goal, is the understanding and acceptance of differences, and that nothing can possibly be accomplished at this conference if the goal, which is to alleviate the despair and tragedy of European Jews is lost sight of in the controversy of which group shall dominate in America. The questions to be discussed are the position of the European Jew in the post war world and the position and rights of Jews in Palestine in the international picture. There is no doubt in my mind that a magnificent pattern can be evolved for the solution of these two problems. Perhaps it will not be satisfactory to the extremist of any particular group, but taking into consideration the fundamental differences in ideology, each of which is totally valid to the ones propounding theirs. I believe we can still find that common denominator and that we can still solve the problem before us. And to sum up, we guote the "speak for itself" call for the American Jewish Conference: "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 in the plans for world reconstruction." FIGURE IT OUT FOR YOURSELF The time has come for every one of us who is putting a part of his income into War Bonds to re-assess his or her contribution toward the winning of the war. To begin with we can all feel proud of what we have accomplished. There are more than 26,000,000 of us buying bonds out of income regularly. We work in 180,000 concerns, big and little. There is virtualy no industry or business without a payroll savings plan in all America. Our War Bond purchases now amount to about 3400,000,000 a month. While the nation was training and arming millions of our fathers, sons and brothers, the 10 per cent measure for war bond allotments served its purpose. Meanwhile our national income has risen to record heights. Consumer goods have steadily dwindled. We will have 45 billion dollars above the cost of the necessities of life and present taxes in our pockets during 1943. There is plenty of dynamite in these loose 45 billions of dollars. Thrown into the fight in the form of war bonds this money has sufficient power to blow Hitler's armies to shreds. Misspent in competition with your neighbors for the fading supply of civilian goods, this money has the power to rip the home front to pieces and destroy the backing our fighting men must have. Mis-spent these 45 billions of dollars will bring misery and chaos. More and more these facts are burning themselves into our consciousness. Where formerly one member of a family took upon nun or herself the full war bond duty, now every working member of a family must share the responsibility. For example, if only one member of a family has been working and earning, say, $200 per month, 10 per cent may be the most that can be saved. But if another member of the family is employed at, say, $150 a month, the total expenses of the family may not be increased at all, or very slightly. It is entirely possible for the family to now put $120 or more than 30 per cent of total income into bonds every month. There is no longer a warbond yardstick which all should obey. Ten per cent may be your limit. However, for every 10 per cent there are numerous potential 15 per centers 20 per centers and even 50 per centers. Can we do less than to place our payroll savings on the same invasion tempo of blood sweat and tears? Figure it out for yourself. Mudfy Confidential WE'RE TELLING YOU • From our own investigator: Anti-Semitism is taking on ugly proportions in the shipyards of the East Literature of the Streicher type is being smuggled in and passed out among the workers, and whispering campaigns against "Jewish slackers" are rampant Here is something that should engage the attention of the FBI Not only are such deplorable conditions very much out of place in a democracy, but they also interfere with production ... The Textbook Commission to eliminate anti-Semitic statements from American textbooks, of which Kenneth Leslie is the chairman, will make the headlines before July 1st, with a very important announcement Joseph Weiner, who has been our Director of Civilian Supply, has resigned. WAR ECHOES In one day last month the Nazis executed a hundred Dutchmen And 64 of them were shot for helping Jews to when Hitler vowed that Nazism would last a thousand years from the underground in the Netherlands indicate that the barber shops there are now levying an extra charge whenever a Nazi comes in to be shaved The barbers explain that the extra charge is justified, because the Nazis' faces are longer these days And Harry Hershheld cracks that when Hitler vowed that Nazism would last a thousand years he must have been figuring in Jap "Zeros." JEWISH NEWS That anti-Zionist interview with King Ibn Saud which was published in Life was a major blow to the Zionist political leadership The gentlemen entrusted with the political activities of the World Zionist Executive had been rather positive that Ibn Saud was favorably disposed toward a Jewish Palestine His letter in Life proved that Moshe Shertok, the Zionist political director, had been very badly informed ... It is an open secret that the local election conferences of the Jewish Conference are attracting a most disappointing participation The Conference, it must be admitted, hasn't caught on ... We are told very confidentially that the Committee for a Jewish Army and the New Zionist Orgnaization may amalgamate, and work as one body .. Henry Mcnsky, president of B'nai B'rith, is emerging as the dominant figure in American Jewry because of his independent leadership and his refusal to be intimidated by any group in Jewish life, no matter how great the pressure. THIS AND THAT G. Kaltanowsky, world champion blindfolded chess player, who holds the record of having played 35 games simultaneously, has given up competitive chess for the duration. He is an expert diamond cutter, and is making use of his skill in war work RCA Victor's Julius Haber is launching a national drive for phonograph records for service men next month, and hopes you'll turn in all the scrap records you have cluttering up the house They're sold to record manufacturers, and the funds thus obtained are used to buy new records for service men here and abroad, who really appreciate them You war workers now have a song dedicated to you It's by none other than Irving Berlin, and its title is "Home Front Heroes." ENTERTAINMENT FIELD Moss Hart is out collecting material for a show, to be comparable to Berlin's "This is the Army," for the Air Force • And when it comes to traveling around he isn't bothered by priorities, for General Arnold has placed an Army bomber at his disposal Bandleader Charles Spivak claims that he holds a record in the uniqueness of an autograph request • • • Not long ago Charlie was asked, by a nurse in his doctor's office, to sign his nam to a glass slide on which a drop of his blood was mounted Peter Lorre, who in ante-bellum days used to entertain you as "Mr. Moto," plays the part of a tough Nazi in "A Thousand Shall Fall" The other day we bumped into Arthur Lipson, the actor, who played the Russian dancer in "You Can't Take It With You" ... He has an extraordinarily giited family ... His daughter Marilyn is a talented painter, and his other daughter, Bemice, is a virtuoso on the piano Some day a promoter may discover that the Lipsons constitute a self-contained Seven Arts presentation. ABOUT PEOPLE Did you know that Nathan Filstein, the famed violin virtuoso, also is recognized by experts as an exceUent painter? Justice Samuel Rosenman was really a very sick man %  • His recovery is progressing steadily, but slowly ... The day room for enlisted men at Stewart Field, which is West Point* air base, will be known as "The Sergeant Meyer Levin Room -although the heroic sergeant never attended West Pomt in Twl u^/ the Photographer whose work is featured I U ?' *' **?* fr om North Africa, and some of his pictures ^1= ? y u be ) ng featu ^ed in his weekly ... But many P' c ; mrfl v. U J hi e£ I ui Pment went up L smoke when Eu made a hurried exit from a burning plane, Winchell tells us now 0 Y U VS L 6en wond ering where Hollywood's Krasna Ueu*nnn Y v 9 hlS alent8 we can te Y !" that he is no* ma nVT 8na Qnd one of h latest tasks was the J lf Wings Up" mmentary f r the government-sponsored short



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FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1943 *• Jewish fkrktian PAGE SEVEN GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Of The Jewish Welfare Board <& SERVICE A COMMUNITY PROJECT Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service ^ r\ r\ r\ WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIQ, Vice-Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec. Executive Committee Mra. Walter Bronaton. Mrs. Max Dobrin, Maurice Grossman. Louis Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitz. Nat Roth, Fred Shochet, Milton Sirkln, Joseph Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle. George Wolpert. LT. ADOLPH W. KUTNER. 34, of New York City, has been killed in action in the recent North African campaign. His twin brother, Lieutenant Newton H. Kutner, is attached to the Quartermaster Corps. Lieutenant Kutner was affiliated with Temple Israel in San Francisco, where he was the leader of a Boy Scout troop. PFC. MOSES MELMED, 29. of Long Island City, is a prisoner of Italy. News of his whereabouts was relayed to his brother, Edward, of 43-09 47th Ave., by the rector of St. Theresa's Church in Queens, who had had word of Melmed from the Vatican. Private Melmed came to the United States from Latvia six years ago. His mother. Beila, is now in Capetown, South Africa. Melmed is a member of i the Sunnybrook Jewish Center. Devoting This Entire page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Tnrough the Co-Operation of: BARCO'S MEN'S SHOP 245 E. Flagler Street B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 606 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach DDOE SPORTSWEAR CO. 2110 N. W. Miami Ct. FTXZIT SYSTEMS. Plumbers 1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue FLORIDA LINEN SERVICE 100 N. W. 20th St. FLORIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 82 N. E. 26th St. LAND-O SUN DAIRIES, Inc. 101 Alton Road MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. Inc. 1701 N. W. 7th Ave. MIAMI MILL WORK & LUMBER CO. 536 N. W. 11th Street MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY COMPANY 2160 N. W. 27th Ave. NATIONAL BRANDS. Inc. 600 N. W. 13th St. WM. RUBIN & SON LUGGAGE A JEWELRY 31 N. Miami Ave. MONTEFIORE SELIG WILLIAM D. SINGER SOUTHEASTERN SALESMEN'S CARAVAN Langford Building SUNGAS CO. 1100 W. Flagler St. WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolfson Sydney Meyer ABOUT OUR BOYS ALVIN GROSSMAN, an employe of the Florida Power and Light Co., has been inducted in the Navy and sent to Samson, N. Y., for boot training. He has the rating of apprentice seaman. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Grossman, 1333 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. His wife is living in New York. His brother, PFC. RALPH GROSSMAN, has been promoted to corporal and transferred to a reconnaisance squadron of the Army Air Forces at Reading, Pa. STANLEY KOLBER. son of Mrs. Rose Kolber, 1244 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, at the OCS, Camp Davis, N. C. He is in the anti-aircraft artillery school there and recently was home on leave from his former station, Camp Hahn, Calif. He attended the University of Miami and was a member of the International Honor Society there. Jewish Boys on All Fronts SEAMAN 2/c KENNETH LIPMAN. 1350 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, is home on furlough after finishing training as radio technician at the Jacksonville naval air station. He will report for duty at the Brooklyn Navy yard. LT. MILTON L. ROSENBLATT of Miami Beach, has returned to Moses Lake, Wash., after visiting his mother, Mrs. Rose Rosenblatt, 246 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. He was graduated from the Blackland Flying School in Waco, Texas. PVT. GEORGE WELTSCH. 711 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, has completed his radio training 'with the AAFTTC at Miami Beach and has been permanently assigned as drill instructor there. He is with the 916th" training unit. MIAMI 322 AZA BOYS IN SERVICE PVT. MURRAY MILLER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller, 900 S. W. 4th Street, has been transferred from Ft McClellan, Ala., to Virginia Polytechnical Institute at Blacksburg, Va. Pvt. Miller will take a specialized training course for the U. S. Infantry at his new camp. RAPHAEL SMULIN, son of Mrs. Sarah Smulin, 1352 S. W. 2nd Street, and HAROLD SOLOMON, son of Mrs. Clare Solomon, left Thursday for Camp Blanding, Florida, where they will be assigned to active duty. PFC. ALLAN SINGER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Singer of St. Petersburg, formerly of this city, has been stationed at Boca Raton Field, Florida, for the past seven months. Pfc. Singer, a trumpeter of the 3rd A. A. F. Band, is also a drum major. AVIATION STUDENT FREDERICK S. GROSSBERG. stationed at Susquehanna University, Selinsgroce, Pennsylvania, is a cadet officer in his squadron. His parents are Mr and Mrs. Lazar Grossberg of 212 S. W. 20th Road. S/SGT. MELVIN SCHAFFER is spending his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer, of 1637 S. W. 5th St. Sgt. Schaffer, a radio man and LT. ROBERT D. HAYS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Des Hays, 900 16th St., Miami Beach. Robert left the University of Florida where he was a student, to enlist in May, 1942. A member of Phi Lambda Fraternity he was called to service August 31. 19"42. He received his wings and commission May 28th of this year at Craig Field, Selma, Ala., and was assigned immediately as inspector at Bainbridge Field, Bainbridge, Ga. A Soldier's Letter On Father's Day Note:Appropriate for this week is this letter from a son. Pete Singer, in the service stationed in Africa, to his father, Mr. D. Singer, residing at 1786 S. W. 16th Street, Miami: Dear Dad: I am a little late writing to you but we now have a new address, APO 759. The rest stays the same. Dad, I won't be with you this father's day. I was unable to be with you last father's day. But only such a great need as we have in the world today has kept me away. I am sure that you don't mind sparing me, knowing that I am helping to make a future father's day for many of our own oppressed people. On this Father's Day, I, here in Africa, at 6 o'clock in the evening, that will be noon in Miami, will close my eyes and think real hard of you and maybe if you do the same, our thoughts will meet each other. Dear Dad. although I love and respect you always, it takes an occasion like this when a man can let himself go and say things that might not sound right on another day. To you and mother I send my fondest love. May we all be together next Father's day. PETE. gunner, is stationed at the Dalhart, Texas, Army Air Base. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cowen, 2120 S. W. 6th Street, have received word that their son. SGT. RAYMOND L. COWEN has arrived safely somewhere in North Africa. Sgt. Cowan enlisted in the Army on October 25th. 1940. His mailing address is: Sgt. Raymond L. Cowen Co. B & 6tn Bat. 1st Replacement Depot APO 8909 Postmaster, N. Y. HELP WANTED! to build the meet all inclusive list of Jewish men and women in the armed forces of the United States. It is essential that every Jew in America make himself a committee of one to transmit information on those in service or who have been decorated, missing in action, wounded, or who have given their lives in service. By doing this you will be aiding in the authentic recording of Jewish participation in this war—now being compiled by the BUREAU OF WAR RECORDS. NAT ROTH, Chairman GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD c/o P. O. BOX 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA DISTINGUISHED SERVICE S/SGT. ROBERT KESSLER. 21 of McKeesport, Pa., joins the ranks of four-medal Jewish fliers, having earned the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Silver Star, an Oak Lear Cluster to the Silver Star and the Air Medal. Sergeant Kessler was recorded in the Honor Roll of December 7, 1942. for his receipt of the Silver Star. A radio operator and gunner aboard a B-24 Liberator called "The Black Maria," Sergeant Kessler is now at home after eleven busy months in the Midddle East. He was a member of the first American group of fliers to bomb vital oil fields in that area and is credited with bringing down seven enemy craft and three more "probables." S/SGT. ARTHUR I BERKOVITZ, 23, of East Chicago. Ind., reported missing in air action over Europe since May 19th, holds the Air Medal and two Oak Leaf Clusters. He has been on numerous operational flights over Germany and Axis-held countries. On one raid his plane was of Belleville, 111., lost his life in the North African fighting. A member of the Jewish Center of Forest Hills West and the Young Folks League of his community. Lieutenant Siegel had been in service two years. He was a graduate of the City Colledge of New York. PVT. BERNARD GOLDBERG. 21, of Atlantic City, N. J.. was killed in action in the Asiatic area. He has been posthumously awarded the Purple Heart. Details of the action in which he lost his life are not yet available, but it is known that he had participated in three major engagements. In letters home he wrote that he was "knocking 'em down like ten-pins." He was a member of the Atlantic City Jewish Community Center. SEAMAN STANLEY STAUB. 26, of San Francisco, Cal.. was killed when his bomber crashed off Ellice Island in the Southwest Pacific while on a scouting mission. A member of the editorial staff of the San Francisco Chronicle, Staub was the author of an badly shot up, losing a "wing and unpublished anti-war novel and the use of all but one motor. I while at Samoa Island wrote a In his letters home, Sergeant Berkovitz wrote time and again that he was "terribly thrilled" to be "in there pitching." biography of Rickenbacker. PVT. SAMUEL F. BERKOIn serWITZ, 22, of New York City, was vice 18 months,"he was an office killed in action in North Africa, worker at a steel plant in civil Moving forward against the enlife. He is the son of Fanny emy, he was cut down by maBerkovitz of 3712 Grand Blvd. chine gun fire. A chauffeur before he enlisted in the Army last T/SGT NORMAN S. GOLD-1 year, Private Berkowitz was a raid against Rangoon. Aerial enj member of the Educational Alligineer and gunner on a heavy! anc e and was an all-round athbomber. Sergeant Goldstein disj l ete covered while in flight that three '' of the huge half-ton bombs were jammed in their racks and could not be released by the mechanism. Sergeant Goldstein thereupon removed his parachute and | \ crawled onto the catwalk of the bomb bay with a screw driver. While manipulating in the narrow space, he tore his oxygen mask and began to suffer for lack of oxygen. With one final, desperate effort, he freed the bombs by hand and fell unconscious only the fact that his bulky flying clothes wedged him against the racks prevented his falling through the open bomb bay doors. He was discovered by the pilot and another member of the crew. T/SGT. MORRIS HAMMERMAN, 23. of the Bronx, has been awarded the Air Medal "for extraordinary achievement while serving as aerial photographer on a B124D plane in an extremely long range reconnaisance and photographic mission." Sergeant Hammerman's citation points out that the missions were carried out over a very hazardous air route involving lengthy overwater flights in far northern latitudes under uncertain weather conditions: "Technical Sergeant Hammerman displayed skilled airmanship and great courage. The flight was of urgent military importance and the successful performance thereof reflects credit on the military forces of the U. S." LT. E. ROBERT LOEB. 23. of Cincinnati, Ohio, is the recipient of an Air Medal for meritorious service on the African front. Lt. Loeb participated in an epochal mission, transporting troops from England to Africa in the longest non-stop troop-transportation flight without escort." KILLED IN ACTION T/SGT. SAMUEL S. WEISER. 23. of Brooklyn, holder of an Air Medal, has been killed in action. In service two years. Sergeant Weiser was an air force radio operator. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Weiser of 7211 19th Ave., and was married. Lt. BERNARD S. SIEGEL. 27. PVT. SAMUEL STEIN of the Bronx displaying the Jewish Chaplain's Flag at field services. One hundred and fifty three rabbis—Orthodox, Reform and Conservative — have thus far donned military uniforms for the duration to serve men and woI men in the Army and Navy, i Twenty one more raftbis have i been endorsed for service by the [ Committee on Army and Navy Religious Activities of the Jewish Welfare Board. It is probable that before the year's end there will be a Jewish chaplain's group of over 200—eight times as many as in World War 1. Twenty-one of the Jewish chaplains are serving overseas and eleven others are enroute or will leave shortly. Others will follow steadily. These are the men who are ministering to the spiritual needs of the Jewish soldiers where they are needed most—in the front lines and in the foxholes. Mam* Addreas (Home) Date of Btrth__ Name of Nearest Relatiye Addreae___ Date of Enlistment Relationship Blanch of Serrice Service Address rL No. Rank -Outfit. Promotions, honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other •Tentsor services:-.


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%  I PAGE TWO • JenistHcrkUar FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1943 ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE SCHAAREI ZEDEK The Miami Service League of the Y M. H. A. held a luncheon at the Urmey Hotel Wednesday afternoon. June 16. 1943. with installation of officers taking Jack C. Cleary, head of the blood bank, was guest speaker. Other guests included Nathan Rothberg. director of the Jewish Welfare Board, and Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A. Officers installed were: Mrs. Ann Koven. president: Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof. vice president: Mrs. Fay Weintraub. treasurer: Mrs. Mildred Weiss, secretary-, and Mrs. Sylvia Selie, corresponding sechetary Mrs. Lil Friedman was chairman, assisted by Mrs. Mollie Kauffman and Mrs. Juliet Stone. Mrs. Dorothy R. Kaplan installed the officers and introduced the speakers. A regular meeting of the organization will be held Monday evening. June 21 at the Y M. H. A. club rooms. All members and friends are urged to attend. BETH SHOLOM The Ladies Auxiliary of Cong. Schaarei Zedek win t>e hosts at a card and mah jongg party to be given Sunday evening at 7:30 at the synagogue. 1545 S. W. 3rd St. Refreshments will be served. BEACH ZIONIST Mrs. Morris Friedberg is chairman of the Pledge Luncheon committee of Beth Sholom Sisterhood and is accepting reservations for the luncheon to be held in the fall to which pledgois and. their guests will be invited. While Mrs. Sarah Shoenfeld is away on vacation. Mrs. Camille Baum is in charge of preparations for the service men's Oneg Shabbat. The regular monthly meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District was held last Tuesday evening at the home of Dr. Breinin. Miami Beach, with president Shepard Broad presiding. Dr. W. A. Lipkind discussed various projects of the organization and made announcement of the books that he will purchase on Zionism and pertinent subjects on behalf of the Beach district to be presented to the Miami Beach Public Library, while in New York. Mr. Broad asked that anyone desiring to assist in the Marvin Bronner 1.000-tree grove project to be planted in Palestine through the efforts of the Beach Zionist District, please contact the officers of the organization. ..ja-aL,. PROF. LEO ARY MAYER Word has been received by Dr_ A. E. W. Rosenbach. president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, that Prof. Leo Arv Mayer, head of the DepartI of Oriental Studies and professor of Near Eastern Art and Archeology at Hebrew University, has been elected rector of the University. PIONEER WOMEN BETH IACOB A record registration of children marked the opening week of the Beth Jacob summer school. Four Hebrew school classes are held Mondays through Thursdays from 9 to 12 mornings. H Saffra is the instructor for the first half Semester. Cantor Maurice Mamches will instruct the latter half. A special summer curriculum lias been arranged by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, and individual attention is given to all children There are no registration or tuition fees. All children between Uie ages of 5 and 15 are elifi for admission. Further registrations will be accented all of next week from 9 a. m. to noon at the Beth Jacob Community building office, The school 1a mei of the Jewish Education Association. Proceeds of a benefit bingo and card party sponsored by the Pioneer Women's Organization Club No. 1 at the Y. M. H. A_. announced for Sunday. June 27. will be given in their entirety to the National Child Rescue program of the organization. This program is ior the rehabilitation of children in Palestine. Mrs. I. Rosengarten is chairlady. Y. W. HA. At the last meeting of the Y. W. H A Mrs. Albert G. Rcisman was unanimously re-elected as president. Other newly-elected officers are Mrs Ida Engler. first vice president: Mrs Ida Optner. second vice president; Mrs. S. B. Miller, third vice president: Mrs. Kitty Miller, recording secretary; Mrs Jack Zwicker. corresponding secretary; Mrs Tena Kotkin, treasurer. The board of directhe following la. %  Mrs M Belov, Mrs. A. Jacobs. E. Grossman, Mrs G Jackind, Mrs I) Bamett, Mrs I. Blumberg. Mrs. B SiegeL Mrs AcMi M. Lavine, Mrs. A E Mrs. B. Ackerman, Mi .1 I.' vinson, Mi P. Reis-! IT, Mrs. L. Sterling, Mrs. B. kin, Mr M Sager, Mrs. A. Berger. Mrs. S Traurig. Mrs. E. Schaffer. Mrs F. Deutsch. At the last meeting the following members were appointed to serve as committe chairmen: Membership. Mrs. Ida Optner. Mrs. D. Barnett. Mrs A. Chester. Mrs M. Lavine. Book of the Month: Mrs. M. Belov: library. Mrs A. Jacobs; program. Miss Ida Engler: publicity. Mrs. G. Jacobskind; ways and" means.. Mrs. I. Blumberg, Ml M Sager: refreshment. Mrs J. Levinson; hospitality. Mrs. F. R :.-• 1. Mrs G. Jacobskind. Mrs. L. Sterling. House committee. Mrs. E. Siegal. Mrs. F. Deutsch: telephone,. Mrs. E. Traurig. Mrs. A. Edeln.an. Mrs. B. Stepkin, Mrs. O. Argintar; athletic. Mrs. A. Berger, Mrs. N. Schaeffer; sick and good cheer. Mrs. A. Jacobs; U. S. O., Mrs. Ida Optner Defense Victory War Committee. Miss Ida Engler. Greater Miami Army Navy Committee. Mrs. A. Rcisman, Miss Ida Engler. Mrs. E. Schaffi 1. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Mrs. S. B. Miller; Youth Civilian. Mrs. E. Schaeffer: Red Cross. Mrs. S. B Miller; American Jewish Conference, Mrs. A. man, Mrs. E. Grossman. Mrs. E. Schaffer. Mrs. Reisman announced to the board of directors thai the leading aim for the coming year is to continue with work aiding the war effort. Ra*e Portrait of Commodore Uriah P. Levy Presented t Jewish War Veterans of U. S. Left to right—J. George Fredman, National Editor of "The Jewish Veteran," Benjamin Kaufman, National Commander (Congreaaional Medal of Honor, World War I), Mr*. Amelia Levy Mayhoff, niece of Commoidore Uriah P. Levy and Archie Greenberg, National Vic* Commander. In th wake of the launching of the Destroyer Escort USS Levy, on March 28th, at Kearny, N. J., a rare photo of Commodore Uriah P. Levy for whom the ship had been named, was presented to the Jewish War Veterans of the United States bv Mrs. Amelia Levy Mayhoff, hia niece. The gift waa made in appreciation -* the successful efferts of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States in having the US8 Levy named by the Navy Department. The Levy family came to this country in 1621. Member* of the Levy [family fought in the Revolutionary War, and every American war since. iCommodore Uriah P. Levy served in the War of 1812 and the Civil War. lover a period of fifty years. Commodore Levy la credited with the authorship of the law which abolished corporal punishment in the Navy Until recently the Levy family were owner* of Thomas Jefferson'* home, "Monticello." TOWER THEATRE B. W. STH T. AT 15th AVI. OPEN AT t*U F. M. FRIDAY. JUNE 18. LAST DAY FRANK BUCK'S "JACARE" Thrills from the Amazon B e Starts Sat. at 4:30 p. m. and Sun. Through Fri. June 19-25 TYRONE POWER IN HIS LAST ROLE FOR THE DURATION "Crash Dive" STORY OF UNCLE SAMS FIGHTING SUBMARINES IN TECHNICOLOR WITH ANNE BAXTER DANA ANDREWS 'OFFICE BOY HIGH PRESSURE I SALESMAN OFWAR BONDS Ned Livingston Rosen, son of I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosen. Sea 'Gate Apt*.. Miami Beach, this Seek took the spotUght in War B :.i activity on Miami Beach, according to reports from the Miami Beach Division War Savings Office. Serving as office boy in the office located at 824 Washington Avc. the boy was listenmg to a sales talk being made and upon its conclusion went to the phone and called a friend of. the family and made a S50 sale. Not satisfied, he made a return call and with salesmanship raised the order to $200. His mother and Ned left this week for Cleveland to vacation with relatives. Buy War Bonds and Stamps— Help the soldiers help you. CHINEST DENOUNCE GHETTO y*ur Ty DO W r I f O r Id FOR TFWS IN SHANGHAI 7 • /J^ wn, Vr FOR IEWS IN SHANGHAI London (WN'Si—A denunciation of the Japanese order establishing a ghetto for the 15.000 Jews, most of them European refugees, in occupied Shanghai, was broadcast this week by the official Chinese radio in Chunking. The Chinese radio branded the Japanese segregation of the Jews into the ghetto as an "outrage." mK Throughout Norway the "Jossings" know who will be shot next by the Nazi firing squads. They do not know why they will be Bhot but they know that names of all loyal Norwegians, or "Jossings," are contained in lists of future victims compiled by the Nazi terrorists and their quisling jackals. AH of them know that the day of liberation is not for them. They Mad* Frora Freah Oranges Alka-Seltzer H AVE you triad Alk.-SritMr far CM • %  Suaack. 8ar BUutk, "Hernias Aftar" and Cala Dartraa? If not. why not? Pleaaaat. prompt In action. rffKtira. Tairty caata and Sixty canta. DR. MILK NERVINE 17 OR relief from Functional Nerr TOM Diatarbaneaa lutn a. SlaaalirraT-. Craakiaaat. EiHuUUtx. N.r..w Headache tad Ner.^ elieatlea. Tahiti at, mf "* %  Liquid IS* and II.M. Bead elreeDOM aad UM only •• dueetaa. 9. know that quisling and his storm troopers will shoot every man and every* woman on the list when the United Nations invade Norway. Compare the deeds of these Norwegian patriots with your own war efforts and see if you can afford not to buy more War Bonds. WH 711A V. $, Trramiru 0*afc ANTI-PAIN PlllV-r i SINGI.K Dr. Milea V pun ]•,,! often rthr-m Headache. Maaralar PaMa .. r..clio.aI Maatkly Paine — U far U*. 1* forll.M. Gat Aetn at roar dru* .tore. Hand *'**"*• and Ma only %  = -itii'-i. •' 1 L m THE GARDE N OF MEMORIES mourn IUBO FLORIDA'S MOIT BEAUTIFUL BURIAL BBTATBB Was* Flaolac Strast at 33rd Ar.nu. Mi OMLT TIN MINUTBB FROM TMB HBABJT OF MIAMI IN JUDGING A CEMETERY .ASK THESE QUESTIONS* How Convenient la It? Mount N*bo la only 19 mlnuta* from fsM hotna by ear. Easily BCBaOsflila by boa a th* OHMUrr In practically tb* **• %  •> Bow Clow to the Front Can You Got a flat? Cholcs plota are available fas Mount Watright la th. axtraeaa front of tfaa pa^aTa l aot a half mil. from th* tiaa oa. ->ooa th* Comotory Hora Wcdkat? Or do people haTB to climb ore* a aa sBB *• *Jeh thair plots? Eracy StiTata Bast !" "aba frosrtai earn a throa foot potk. r lMj T ia r* i that %  %  araatual Car* TNI* ln.ur.nee Kabe la b*utifnU T laa.tsnBris.il tka !• aopt fraah with automatic Uwa lara. Tap could auks ao ataa* -au mmy B* pra*a*ad 1 Mount Kbe Brass | aprinkl_ cbokx fee rou fmmlly. Ofloa 1014 OfTaapao .Udg. Mlat X riSIT WHJ. COaTTDICB TOU



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FRIDAY, JUNE 18. 1943 +Jew I si) florid inn PAGE FIVE RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS MMMk MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 690 9. W. 17 Ave.. Miami JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Rabbi LEWIS ORBEN. Sexton Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and 6:00 p. in. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, conducting and addressing the congregation Saturday morning on "Light." Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Rackovsky speaking to the worshipers on "The Position of the Rabbis." Mishnah and Jewish Laws and Customs group meets daily at 7:15 and 8:00 p. m. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 141S Eucll&Vve., Miami Beach ABRAHA1TD. WOLF, Cantor Friday, 7:30 p. m., Kabalos S ha bos. 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. SCHAAREI ZEDEK 164S S. W. Third St.. Miami SIMON APRIL Rabbi Services: Friday 7:15 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April: "Adult Education in Religion." Shalosh Sudos, 6:00 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. Hebrew school 10 a. m. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM S35 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. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 7S1 41st 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 fon weekly portion. Mincha 7 p. m. followed by class in Pirke Avoth. Service men's Se'udah Shlishis 7:15 p. m., Chaplain Harold H Gordon presiding. S Is the BEST? WEAL E8TATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties SalM and Lasses B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Eatate Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph.6-5868 The United States Govi ment Having Taken Over Hta Present Offices DR. JOSEPH B. MAROOUS announce* the RniOTAL OF HIS OFT1CE te 911 Lincoln Rotd Albion Bldfl., Suite IM MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of C onors! Dentists? SUNRAYtoRK 1 HEALTH RESORT AMERICAN KAN MOTKL CssrfimV' hw Ddktew Mnk. ijfcltt APPROVED SANITARIUM RMMCM rkfW. ***** Nm. Pi.ij... CfMnl Suiunui itrnu. TREATMENT FACILITIES fM ItiUcM ui -OH4<" G. !" l"t with a Headache. It sometimes wears off along the middle of the forenoon, but I don't want to wait that long, so I drink a glass of SMUtM ALKA-SELTZER. In Just a little while I am feeling a lot better. Sometimes the week's ironing tires me and makes me s ore an d stiff. Then if a ALKA-SELTZER to the rescue—a tablet or two and a little rest make* me feel more like finishing the job. And when I eat not wi sely but too well," ALKA-SELTZER relieves the Add Indigestion that so often follows. Yea, Alka-SelUer brightens my day. It brings relief from so many of my discomforts, that I always keep it heady. Why don 't yon get s package of ALKA-SELTZER at your drug store today? *•*•• m, small m: CONFERENCE OF RABBIS TO BE HELD IN NEW YORK CITY The Central Conference of American Rabbis, representing the Reform Rabbinate in the United States, whose more than 500 members include rabbis in Canada, England, South Africa, and Australia, will open its fiftyfourth annual convention at the Hotel New Yorker, New York City, Tuesday, June 22. The theme of the convention, which will continue through Sunday, June 27, is "The Centrallty of the Synagogue in American Jewish Life." A joint meeting with the Rabbinical Assembly will be held on Wednesday, June 23, in the afternoon, for the purpose of discussing the general theme of the convention. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of this city will attend. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ CORRECTION IN FEDERATION OFFICERS CAUSED BY ERROR An error appearing in last week's edition of The Jewish Floridian omitted several names from the newly elected executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Members of the committee in addition to the officers and standing committee chairmen are Leo Ackerman, Rudy R. Adler, Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston, Samuel N. Friedland, George Goldberg, Louis Heiman, Maurice J. Kopelowitz, Isaac Levin, Joseph M. Lipton, Sam Luby, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal. Morton Russack, Mrs. Monte Selig, and Ben W. Slote. HOME CAMP HAS GREATEST ENROLLMENT IN HISTORY The "Y" Home Camp started its fifth annual session on Monday, June 14, with a total enrollment of 73 children. This is, by far, the largest enrollment in the history of the "Y" Camp. The first day of the Camp went off according to schedule without any hindrance whatever. Because of the excellent organization and the fine staff the Camp has, there was no delay on the opening day. Mothers and Campers were amazed at the clocklike precision witn which the Camp operated on the opening day. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Caaip r -%r.nounces that because of the targe enrollment, registration will cease for the time being. This is due to many reasons. First, the ration of foods; second, the fact that doctors are not available for physical examination of the campers. Registrations, however, will now be accepted for future enrollment. If you have not enrolled your child, do so immediately and he will be accommodated at some future date. For the past two months parents have been urged to register their children in the Camp. Many have been dilatory. Those who have paid attention and were prompt have profited by it. Those children who will register presently will be put on the waiting list and will be accommodated as, when and if a vacancy occurs. RABBI AVAILABLE FOR THE RELIGIOUS NEEDS OF MIAMI Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, is available to administer to the religious needs of the Jewish community. His services are not confined to members of the congregation. He may be contacted at the synagogue, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., or at his home. 5-5495. Tor Safe Dependable Service Miami Vacuum Cleaner Co. formerly RHODE VACUUM CLEANER CO. 1312 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 3-7838 APARTMENT ASSOCIATION SELLS $82,000 IN WAR BONDS Approximately $82,000 in war bonds have been sold and credited to Miami Beach Apartment Association in its campaign to sell $145,000 worth with which to buy a heavy tank for hastening victory for the Allies. David Honoroff, chairman, reports that statements from 15 captains are being tabulated and results might exceed the estimated figure. It is believed the $145,000 goal will be reached shortly. Campaign headquarters are at Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association and sales are also made at Liggett's drug store, corner Washington Ave. and Lincoln Road, and at the association's offices, room 208 Mercantile Bank building. RABBI MESCHELOFF TO BE SPEAKER SUNDAY ON RADIO Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak over station WQAM Sunday at 9:15 a. m. on the subject "A Day for Fathers." The program is sponsored by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. For a Cool, Delightful Vacation, Stop at The Horowitz Kosher Inn All Rooms with Connecting Bath and Running Water RATES REASONABLE 331 First Ave. W. HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. __ Washington, (JTA) — "The Star Shell," ordnance publication issued by Navy Department employees, reveals this week that Professor Albert Einstein, noted physicist, is now an employee of the Ordnance Bureau of the Navy. Dr. Einstein, the publication says, will work on the theory of explosives at his Princeton, New Jersey, home. It adds that "Dr. Einstein will not be in uniform he thinks better in his old windbreaker with his trousers rolled up. CZECHS AND YUGOSLAVS TO CANCEL ANTI-IEWISH LAWS London (WNS>—The Chechoslovakian and Yugoslaav Governmcnts-in-exile pledged themselves this week to cancel as soon as the war is over all antiJewish measures enacted in their countries under the pressure of Nazi occupation. At a plenary session of the Czechoslovak State Council. Minister of Interior Juraj Slavik stated that anti-Jewish laws adopted in Czechoslovakia since the Nazi occupation "ate contradictory to the principles of the Czechoslovak constitution and will therefore not last one minute longer than the war." Yugoslav Prime Minister Slobodan Yovanovitch declared in a letter to the World Jewish Congress that anti-Jewish laws are "contrary to the liberal traditions of our country" and would be eradicated in post-war Yugoslavia. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buwlness under the fictitious name of LONDON LUGGAGE OP MIAMI BEACH, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dade County, Florida. GEORGE BENNETT JOSEPH I'. CICERO MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 5/28 8/4-11-18-25 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LONDON LUGGAGE OP MIAMI. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dade County, Florida. GEORGE BENNETT SAM VENETSKT MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant* 5/28 6/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SLEEPMASTER BEDDING PRODUCTS, at 64 N. E. 73rd Street, Miami. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAROLD HKi'K NATHAN ROSENBLOOM SILVER. KAPLAN & DIETZ Attorneys for Applicants 6/18-SS 7/2-9-16 YOUR WAR BOND DOLLARS WILL BRING VICTORY Perhaps you can't serve on the firing 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. AE FEDEKAL AJ ERAL •r IAMI A SAVINGS INSTITUTION— RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON, President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE 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