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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 6, 1943
IMWUI JEWS
[TENDED TIME
PAY HUGE TJX
eneva (JTA)Since it has
tme obvious to the Rumanian
ernment that the Jewish pop-
jion of the country will be un-
i to complete payment of the
D.000,000 lei (approximately
500,000) tax imposed upon
l by August 12, which was
original deadline, Premier
Dnescu has agreed to ex-
l the period in which the levy
be paid until December 31,
b reported here this week.
Jmescu's announcement, how-
I, contained the proviso that
ibstantial portion of the tax
h by the end of this week.
tie situation of the Jews is
tantly deteriorating, the re-
says. Hundreds who had
exempted from forced la-
Jservice because they were
Kdered "indispensable to the
^>nal economy" have been
I for service within the past
weeks. Even Jewish youths
are being conscripted and
tied to work which is too
Juous for them.
PRICE TEN CENTS
IS YOUR RELATIVE
ON THIS LIST?
J.D.C. Receives 277 Names of
Yugoslav Jews Now in Italy
New YorkThe Joint Distri-
bution Committee received this
week a list of 277 names of
Jews from Nazi overrun Yugo-
slavia who are now refugees
in Italy. In addition to the
names the list gives the Ital-
ian cities where the refugees
are found.
The list is available at the
offices of The Jewish Floridian,
21 S. W. 2nd Ave., Miami, for
personal inspection. No infor-
mation will be given over the
telephone.
y
HIS OF ALGERIA
SH TO CONTACT
OF TOE 0. S.
ALE ANTNEIAIISH
LAWS ABOLISHED
BTITALIAN LEADER
At the first annual meeting oi
the Budget Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
held Tuesday of this week\
George Chertkof, a member of
the committee for the past sev-
eral years, was selected chairman
for the ensuing year.
Members of this committee are
Harry Boyell, Mrs. Max Dobrin,
ANNUAL MEETING OF
I. W. V. IN SEPTEMBER
Many Noted Figures Expected
at National Encampment
The Jewish War Veterans of
the United States will hold its
forty-eighth National Encamp-
ment at the New Concord Ho-
tel, Kiamesha Lake, New York,
September 16th, 17th, 18th and
19th, it was announced today
by Benjamin Kaufman, holder
of the Congressional Medal of
Honor and National Command-
er of the organization.
Delegates and friends, and
large numbers of American he-
roes of Jewish faith, on fur-
lough, will attend.
POPE INTERVENING
FOR ITALIAN JEWS
BRITAIN IS TOLD
Irusalem (JTA)A message
lg the Jewish National Coun-
lere to take steps to establish
Tict between the Jews of the
ed States and those of Al-
was received here this week
Algiers. The eommunica-
which was sent by Algerian
|i-st leaders, also asks that
be taken to organize the
ration of Jews from Algeria
lies tine.
addition, it appeals for an
knding Palestine Jewish lead-
\ come to North Africa to
in the organization of the
Zionist bodies in Algeria
to discuss the problem of a
fed Jewish representation at
leace conference.
*uy War Savings Bonds
C. DELEGATES TO
LDED BY MONSKY
Bhington, D. CThe three
Stes of B'nai B'rith to the
Scan Jewish Congress will
leaded by Henry Monsky,
pent of B'nai B'rith and the
jvho brought the Conference
being by his convening of
pttsburgh Conference of na-
Jewish membership organ-
Is. The other two dele-
|pf B'nai B'rith will be Sid-
. Kusworm, Dayton. Ohio,
Iwin J. Schanfarber, of Co-,
|s, Ohio. Mr. Kussworm
Jr. Monsky were two of
IB'rith's representatives at
^tsburgh Conference.
Women's Supreme Coun-
B'nai B'rith, coordinating
B 50,000 B'nai B'rith wo-
fc/ill also have three dele-
|to the American Jewish
Bnce. Heading the distaff
the B'nai B rith delega-
III be Mrs. Maurice Turner
Ucago, president of the
11. a member of the Confer-
lexecutive committee and
Titative to the Pittsburgh
pee. The other two dele-
re Mrs. Albert Woldman
eland, and Mrs. Ida Cook
[of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Bern (WNS)Abrogation of all
racial laws in Italy was an-
nounced this week by Marshal
Pictro Badoglio, according to a
dispatch by Stefani, official Ital-
ian news agency.
A decree issued in Rome by
Badoglio provided that:
. 1All anti-Jewish legislation
is abolished.
. 2All persons deprived of Ital-
ian citizenship on racial grounds
are to have their citizenship re-
stored.
3All persons imprisoned be-
cause they were Jews or because
they refused to divorce their
Jewish mates are to be freed.
The anti-Semitic laws were
first introduced in Italy on July
14, 1938 Before that date Mus-
solir. had reiterated on many oc-
casions that Fascism was not
based on anti-Semitism and that
the Italian Jews were an integral
part of the nation. He reversed
his policy, however, after he be-
gan to cooperate in military and
diplomatic affairs with the Nazis.
At the same time it was re-
ported here that four thousand
French and German Jews who
had been living in comparative
safety in Nice since its occupa-
tion by Italy, are fleeing towards
the Italian mainland for shelter,
it was revealed here this week.
Simultaneously, an unconfirmed
report has been received here
that Nazi troops have seized a
concentration camp in northern
Italy where the Mussolini re-
gime had interned more than 16,-
000 Jews. According to this re-
port the Nazis transferred all
the internees to a concentration
camp in Austria in order to pre-
vent their release when Italy is
conquered.
E
JEWS HAVE BEEN
SENT TO TEREZIN
London (JTA)Although the
possibility of any Jews being de-
ported from Italy is believed to-
have been greatly lessened as a
result of Mussolini's fall from
power, the Pope is doing every-
thing possible to ensure that no
such action is taken, it was indi-
cated here this week.
Bishop Godfrey, the Apostolic
delegate in Britain, told a dele-
gation of the Agudas Israel that
Pope Pius has intervened for
the Jews. His report, the Agu-
das Israel representatives stated,
allayed fears for the safety of
the Jews in Italy and especial-
ly for a large number of foreign
Jews interned at Ferramorrte.
Shortly before he abdicated.
Mussolini issued an order con-
scripting all native Italian Jews
. x.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Nat H. Hankoff, Edward I. Lo-
vitz. Harry Markowitz, Benjamin
Meyers. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
I. S. Shapoff. William D. Sing-
er, Alex Van Stratton and Sam
Zinkow.
Benjamin B. Goldman will serve
as secretary and Stanley C. Myers.
Sam Blank and Monte Selig as
ex-officio members.
The budget committee will
meet again Monday evening and
will have under consideration,
the application of the newly
formed Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. of
Miami Beach.
- ,,, ,, T >."k""k on native nanan jews
Geneva (JTA)All Jews, includ-ifor forced labor, and reports cir-
lng sick and aged persons. who|culated that he planned to de-
had been spared previously, have port alien Jews. These rumors
been deported from the cities of Iwere strengthened by the publir
Munich and Cologne to the fort- statements of high Fascist offi-
ress town of Terezin in Czecho-1 cials who attacked the Jews and
Slovakia, which the Nazis have;blamed them for the bombing \f
converted into a vast detention Rome,
camp for tens of thousands of
Jews, it is reported in private
advices received here this week.
Jews have been dwelling in the
city of Munich since early in the
13th Century and before the'
Nazis came to power the Jewish
population of the city was over
10.000. Since then it has stead-
ily declined as a result of deaths
and deportations and it is be-
lieved that only a few hundred
persons were in the group deport-
ed to Terezin. ______
were about 19.000 Jew. living in \7 ^ortmg Ihe^ma orTty^of
Cologne, but many thousands them. Jan de Hartog well known
fewLveaCrsn P ^ lasl D"<^ author and aWorofT
icw years. | underground in the Netherlands
n same reP.rt discloses that told the Jewish Telegraphic Agen
18,000 persons classified by the Cy this week.
OUSTER OF JEWS
IS
OF
Nazis as "Jews" are still living
in Berlin. Thx-se Jews are mar-
ried to "Aryans," and were per-
JEWS HOLD PRAYERS
FOR VICTORY AT OREL
SMUTS HAILS JEWISH
AID TO ALLIED EFFORT
Johannesburg, South Africa,
(WNS) Prime Minister Jan
Christian Smuts, in a message to
the annual conference of the Zi-
onist Federation in South Africa
this week, declared that "the
Jews have heloed us to victory
in the war. Help us to victory
in the peace and your reward
will be a world free of persecu-
tion, a world in which Jewry
will regain Zion."
Prime Minister Smuts paid tri-
bute to the great contributions
Jews throughout the world have
made to the Allied war effort.
The conference adopted resolu-
tions condemning the White Pa-
per policy in Palestine, and ask-
ing aid for the Jews in Europe.
Zurich (J T A)Forty Jews
were arrested in Bucharest on
the charge they had engaged in
anti-Axis activities, it was report-
ed this week by DNB, the offi-
cial German news agency.
London (WNS)A cabled re-
port received here this week
from Kuibyshev reveals that last
Saturday hundreds of Jews in
that city gathered at the ancient
synagogue there to offer prayers
for the Russian victories at Orel.
Simultaneously, it was report-
ed that the Jewish Anti-Fascist
Committee at Kuibyshev has re-
ceived new documentary evi-
dence confirming earlier reports
that when the Nazis occupied
the Caucasus they slew almost
the entire Jewish population
there. Among the executed were
two former professors of the Uni-
versity of Leningrad. A third
professor. Dr. Hertzberg, commit-
ted suicide at his home when he
learned that he was slated to face
the Nazi firing squad.
NAZIS BLAME JEWS FOR
FALL OF ITALY FASCISM
Ankara, (WNS) The Berlin
radio was heard here this week
charging that the Fascist regime
in Italy fell because of its leni-
ency towards the Jews. The Ber-
lin broadcaster stated that the
failure of the Fascist regime in
Italy to solve the Jewish prob-
lem as "radically" as the Nazis
did, enabled the Jews of Italy
to intrigue against Mussolini and
to cause his ultimate downfall.
De Hartog. who just reached
Britain, stated that the deporta-
. tions of the Jews were carried
mitted to remain in the Ger- out without "any elemental h-
man capita through the inter- 'man feelings." JewishSen*
vention of their non-Jewish re-'were drauaed fr,m Tnl^ ?
atives Most of these are am- wS' ta^ita^toId^t&
played on farms in the rural area centers although they were st?
surrounding Berlin, but fears under the effects of the ^naeO
have been expressed recent y thetic he renorted J.J 5.%c. s
that they, may all be deported known of Zmenwho werc a?
soon, the information states. rested while in the throws of
PRESIDENT LAUDS AZA!-A^dont ^S^*?*,
FOR MAIL CONVENTION krgS^eSB iL&
'scenes, de Hartog said
in an attempt to discredit the
Jewish population in the eyes of
their fellow citizens, the Nazis
Washington President Roose-
velt, Prime Minister Mackenzie
King of Canada, Secretary of the .
Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr refrain from deporting'
and Joseph B. Easttman. chief l wea thy Jews ^JkJJL .u
Scout executive of the Bo* 'point as evince thsS^Shi fil2
Scouts; and Henry Monsky, pres-'can buy evwythinawXf SlE
ident of Bna. Bnth. are among | money." he dJcIoseT T^^
the notables who this week paid and other devices hoVevor%S
tribute to Aleph Zjd* aES no on, the unTerg^nT^eaS
-lAri^A j .i "'""inuuna leader
a sfnnd th*DuV* do not miss
straWh opportunity to demon-
Jews ^""/ympathy with the
Jews. The few remaining Jew*
fttL i non-Jewish friends and
Jews Cr V1SU the nomes oi the
tirTh EL'SK** .*h.ich .deported
B'nai B'rith youth organization,
for its patriotic example in call-
ing off its national convention
and replacing it by a "conven-
tion by mail" in oder to re-
lieve the nation's transportation
system of the burden of carrying
500 delegates who normally
would travel some 1,000.000
miles round trip.
Stephen S. Early, President! Jews andMother Holl^ dep?-rte5
Roosevelt's secretary, wrote the!and are senSing them*2L,ed
AZA that "the President is glad with all furnishlnis To SS&T
to hear of your plans to conserve Omn^IiLvS Ks- to cities i
transportation resources and fa-
cilities by holding a national war
service convention by mail, in-
stead of a general assembly. He
sends his hearty greetings to all
who participate, with best wishes
that the convention will further
the war effort and thereby hast-
en victory."
Se nla^rHn0tS have added to
come 5Brds lJrgmK Dutchmen to
worts- .^r\,n Germany th
vigour Smet." GenMBy and
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PAGE TWO
rjewist Fhrldlan
FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1943
PERSONALS
Dr Sancl Beer, director of
Rivermont Park Sanitarium, re-
turned this week from a short
vacation in the mountains near
Asheville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte and
son, Stuart, will leave Sunday
for New York for a short stay.
They will be joined there by
their son, Marvin, of the U. S.
Navy, who is stationed at the
Great Lakes Naval Base. From
New York the Aptes will vacation
at Kiamesha Lake before return-
ing-
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka re-
turned to the city Wednesday
after spending two weeks in New
York.
Miss Dolly Pont left Sunday
lor a vacation in New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz
and children left Thursday for a
.six week vacation.
Mr. and Mrs Louis Zeientz are
spending a two week vacation at
White Springs, Fla.
Mrs. Louis Heiman and daugh-
ter. Mickey Lou, will leave to-
morrow for a vacation at Hen-
dcrsonville, N. C.
Mrs. Sarah Richardson will
leave tomorrow for a visit with
her family in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller left
this week for a stay at Detroit,
Mich. While there the Millers
will celebrate their twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary.
Mrs Bern ice Greenstein and
sun, Barry, will leave tomorrow
for Philadelphia where they will
be guests of Mr and Mrs. I. Pin-
cus, formerly of this city. Pvt.
Greenstein. her husband, is sta-
tioned at Camp Dix.
Miss Doris Miller, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Miller, will
give the welcoming address this
evening at the graduation cere-
monies of Miami Senior high
school.
Mrs. Nathan Pritzker who has
been spending six weeks in New
York and Connecticut, will re-
turn to her home, 321 S. W. 9th
Ave. Sunday, August 8th.


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Starts Sat at 4:30 P. M.
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August 7-10
HERE IS GREAT
ENTERTAINMENT!
"STORMY
WEATHER"
WITH
BILL ROBINSON
LENA HORNE
FATS WALLER
NICKOLAS BROTHERS
CAB CALLOWAY
and His Band
Miss Rosalind Friedman is
leaving for the Carolinas for a
short vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Langer. 2283
S. W. 17th Street, left this week
to spend some time with their
children in New York City.
Mrs. Joe Krugman returned to
Miami after a three week vaca-
tion in New York.
Miss Beatrice Kellner of Wash-
ington, D. C, is the house guest
of Miss Bernadine Roth. A party
was given Saturday evening at
the home of Miss Ruth Feingold
honoring Miss Kellner and Miss
Francis Dash of New York, house
Kucst of Miss Feingold.
Miss Cynthia Abrams, Read-
ing, Pa., has arrived to visit her
cousins, Miss Loretta Gittleman
and Mrs. Sam Weiner. 2469 Fla-
mingo drive. Miss Gertrude Git-
tleman. mother of the hostesses,
has just returned from a visit in
Reading.
Mrs. Arthur Lavine and Mrs.
B>it Klivens have returned from
a trip to Blowing Rock, N. C,
where they were guests at May-
view Manor. Mrs. Klivens visit-
ed her daughter, Jackie Baar, in
New York.
Mr. and Mis. Charles S. Tobin
were hosts last Sunday night at
a housewarming party at their
new residence, 5231 N. Bay Rd.,
Miami Beach. Members of the
board of directors of Beth Sho-
lom Center and their families
were present. Mr. Tobin is chair-
man of the board. During the
evening. Cantor Abraham Fried-
man entertained with some Pal-
estinian songs.
Miss Muriel Fisher, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Raymond H.
Fisher, 2301 S. W. 23rd St.. will
have as her guest her cousin,
Barbara Bennett, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leroy Bennett of At-
lanta. Ga., for a stay of several
weeks.
Cantor Abraham D. Wolf, of
I the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
has returned from a six weeks
I vacation where he visited his
parents in Brooklyn. N. Y. Cantor
Wolf spent most of his time stu-
! dying music and preparing an
elaborate program of religious
music for the High Holidays.
Cantor Abraham Friedman who
has held positions in Conservative
congregations in New York City.
Mt. Vernon, and most recently
in Hoboken, N. J.. arrived with
Mrs. Friedman last week, to serve
Beth Sholom Center. They are
temporarily living at the Dorann
apartments. Miami Beach.
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TEL. 2-2621
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WOO N. W. 9tad Itmt
William Friedman retured this
week from a four weeks trip to
the North. He visited in New
York, New Jersey. Massachu-
setts, Connecticut, Rhode Island
and Pennsylvania. He came home
in time to celebrate his birthday
with his wife and children. Mil-
ton, Sylvia, and Rosalind, and
grandson, Ronald.
David Honoroff. director of the
Miami Beach Apartment associa-
tion, left Wednesday for Glen-
view. III., where he will join Mrs.
Honoroff for the month of Aug-
ust. Returning they will resume
residence at 1239 15th St. Mr.
Honoroff is chairman of the bond
committee for the Apartment as-
sociation.
BIRTHS
Mr and Mrs. Al Green an-
nounce the birth of a son Friday,
July 30th. The bris will take
place today.
BAR MITZVAH
Saturday morning. Aug. /th the
bar mitzvah of Edward Shane,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shane.
1568 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach
will take place at services at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
WEDDINGS
Miss Loretta Gittleman of the
Flamingo apartments, will ieaVe
Tuesday for New York where she
will be married to Lt. (sg.) David
Weinburg, U. S. Maritime sen-ice
on August 11.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mrs. Gertrude Gittleman and
has been a residentt of Miami
Beach for seven years. She is a
member of the Miami Beach Bus-
iness Women's League; the Mi-
ami Beach Benefit association
and the Miami Beach Apartment
association.
Buy War Bonds Today
A Message for You
. from 19??
Today, the average American is wrestling with all
the doubts, and worries, and problems that beset
everyone of us.
But let's skip ahead 101520 or more years
Are you prepared for the future?
When the inevitable demands spiritual adjust-
ment in the great sorrow let your thoughts be devoid
of the guestionAM I PREPARED?
Now is the time to select a family plot in Mount
Nebo Cemeterybefore need.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1943
JmIsii fhrkUan
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST
The election meeting of dele-
gates to the Zionist Convention
was enthusiastic. Dr. Z. I. Sab-
shin brought in the names of
nominees while others were
named from the floor. The elec-
tion resulted in the choice of
Dr. M. A. Lipkind, Jacob Lurie,
Z. I. Sabshin, Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff, and Daniel Broad, making
the six delegates who are author-
ized to speak for this district.
Alex Van Stratton was selected
as alternate.
The Zionist Cultural Forum
will have its second session Sat-
urday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
in the patio of Dr. Wolf son's
former Spinoza Forum location,
Collins and 11th St.
Max Meisel will be speaker
and his subject is "The Hebrew
University." Centering around
the 25th anniversary of the
founding of this institution on
Mount Scopus, a forum will fol-
low the talk.
The Beach district was signal-
ly honored by the Southeastern
Zionist Region through the se-
lection of President
PIONEER WOMEN
PAGE THREE
CARDIAC HOME
The Russian Kretchme, pre-
sented by the Pioneer Women's HUKle.
Organization recently under the
direction of Mr. and Mrs. Dorf
of Miami Beach and New Jersey,
proved a financial success. Much
praise was given the chairman
of the committee, Mrs. Lena
Minttzes, who expressed her
thanks at the gathering to the
workers that made the affair
possible and to the public for its
generous support.
A cake sale to raise funds for
the Crippled Children's Home of
Umatilla, Fla., will be held by
Anna Miller Circle of Miami
Beach from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Friday at 27th St. and Alton Rd.
Chairman, Mrs. Joseph Thery,
will be assisted by Mrs. Ralph
Phillips, Mrs. Arthur Triester,
Mrs. Samuel Cohen, Mrs. Sid
White, Mrs. Ray Franks. Mrs.
Simon and Mrs. Joseph
BRITISH PAPER FLAYS U
S. AND GREAT BRITAIN
BRIS
I. W. V. AUXILIARY
Broad to be the delegate to rep-
resent the Region. This distinc-
tion usually goes to the head of
that district which has made the
most notable contribution to the
Zionist program in the entire re-
gional area.
Because of the great member-
ship strides and the large sums
contributed to the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, the Miami Beach
Zionist district was outstanding
and through distinguishing it-
self, its president was chosen as
the delegate to represent the in-
terests of the Southeastern Zi-
onist Region at the Zionist Na-
tional Convention.
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iary, Freda Markowitz Post No.
174, has been active in securing
furniture for the day room of
the WACS post at the Homestead
Army airfield. This recreation
room is for off duty pleasure
and through the generous dona-
tions of Miamians is almost rea-
dy for use. The remaining item
most needed is a piano. Any having one or knowing where
one could be obtained is asked to
contact Mrs. Minnie Kline, at
rt P,ld 2"1025- actin President.
The bris of Steve, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Chaikin, took place
Monday.
BEACH COM. CENTER
The regular Tuesday evening
dance and entertainment given
by the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter for men in the Armed Forces
were served refreshments pro-
vided through the generosity of
Mrs. Marie Balaban, 1334 Wash-
ington Ave. Hostesses were Mrs
Esther Levy and Mrs. Bloom.
This was in memory of Mrs
Marie Balaban's father's anniver-
sary.
FLORIDA EDUCATION IS
PITIFULLY INADEQUATE
Psychology, education and the
usually required subjects for
teacher training are pitifully in-
adequate according to Florida ed-
ucators who have completed the
"Hand Book on Interneship"
written by a committee of three
in Tallahassee and which will be
off the press Sept. 1.
Miss Malvina Weiss, Miami
Beach, a teacher in Central
Beach elementary school, was one
of the committee, serving with
Dr. R. L. Goulding, demonstra-
tion school, Florida State College
for Women, and Mrs. Eulah John-
son of Deland.
Miss Weiss is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weiss, pioneer
Miami Beach residents. She has
just returned from Tallahassee
and will spend the rest of her va-
cation period here.
London (JTA)If the Ameri-
can and British governments "re-
ally had their heart in the job"
of rescuing the refugees in Nazi
Europe, something could have
been accomplished by now, the
influential Manchester Guardian
states this week, commenting on
the debate in the House of Lords
this week on the refugee prob-
lem.
Tel Aviv (JTA)A demand for
governmental assistance to Jew-
is agriculture in Palestine in or-
der that the country might be
made self-sufficient, was voiced
this week in a resolution adopted
at the closing session of the con-
ference of Jewish Farmers here.
HUNGARY REFUSES TO
ISSUE VISAS FOR JEWS
London (WNS)The Hungar-
ian government has issued in-
structions to its consulates in
Italy not to grant visas to Hun-
garian Jewish citizens in Italy
who desire to return to their na-
tive country, it was reported here
this week Hungary, said the
report, is determined to keep out
all Jews who had left the country
either voluntarily or otherwise.
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MRS. MART SCHREBNICK, Representative
Beth El Sisterhood sponsored a
card party Wednesday evening
at Schwartzburg Hall with Mrs.
M. A. Dubbin as hostess.
A dance for service men was
held at Scher Memorial Hall
Sunday night under the sponsor-
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With the steady return of va-
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crease of Red Cross activity has
been noted at the Trail Sewing
and Knitting Center, 1890 S. W.
8th St., directly across the street
from Carl's Market. The Cen-
ter is open Monday through
Thursday from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Materials for men's women's and
children's garments and wool for
knitting are given out for com-
pletion in the home to those who
cannot spend time at the Center.
To help fill the large quota
required by the local Red Cross
Chapter, many more volunteer
workers are needed.
Mrs. Louis Kotkin is chairman
of this center, Mrs. Herman Bar-
nett, vice-chairman and Mrs.
Dave Kleber production super-
visor.
In the absence of Rabbi Green-
stein who is vacation. Dan Good-
man and A. Shokoff conducted
the services Friday evening at
Beth El.
The numerous friends of Judge
C. E. Chillingworth were glad to
learn of his promotion to the
rank of commander.
Following the short services
Friday night of Reform Congre-
gation, Beth Israel, a reception
was tendered to the SPARS, ser-
vice men and their wives. A so-
cial hour followed and refresh-
ments were served by the Sister-
hood to the two hundred present.
Pfc. Cy Shupler, who received
an honorable discharge from
Camp Forrest, Tenn., is at tht
home of his parents, Mr. ana),
Mrs. Joseph Schupler, 3101 Wash-
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Mrs. Fanny Ryder, president of
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This is a notable distinction
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the Miami Beach community to-
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Each bond carries the name of
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AUGUST 6, 1943
AB 5, 5703
VOLUME 16 NUMBER 32
CITIZENS OF MIAMI!! !
The Greater Miami Army and Navy Com-
mittee through its WAR RECORDS COMMIT-
TEE appeals to you, the parents, relatives and
friends, to furnish it IMMEDIATELY the names
of your dear ones serving in the Armed Forces
of our country.
The Army and Navy Service Division of
the National Jewish Welfare Board are now
compiling the service record of every Jewish
man and woman in service. Special forms
are available to you from their local commit-
tee which will forever serve as the permanent
record of the Jewish contribution to our country
in World War No. Two.
It is now six months since this committee
has undertaken to bring our War Records up
to date for all men and women from Dade
County who are now in one of the branches
of our Armed Forces. It is regrettable that the
lack of interest by the Jewish citizens of Dade
County is very discouraging to the committee
who is devoting much time in this most import-
ant of undertakings. They now have a small
percentage of completed cards in their files
and it is estimated that there are over 1200
Jewish men and women from Dade County in
the Armed Forces. IT IS YOUR DUTY AS
JEWS AND YOUR DUTY TO YOUR LOVED
ONES THAT THEIR NAMES AND WAR REC-
ORDS BE INCLUDED IN THE PERMANENT
FILES OF THE NATIONAL JEWISH WELFARE
BOARD. If you fail to furnish this informa-
tionyou, the parents and relativeswill be
held directly responsible by your loved ones
when their names are not included in the final
listing of the Permanent War Record of Ameri-
can Jewry.
Almost daily the local War Records Com-
mittee receives from National headguarters in-
quiries regarding certain service men and wo-
men from Dade County. The demand is in-
creasing with every day that passes and we
plead with you to immediately secure OFFI-
CIAL WAR RECORD CARDS FROM THE LO-
CAL COMMITTEE, OR YOU CAN TELEPHONE
2-1141 and the cards will be mailed to you, or
you may mail the coupon on the Service Pa-
rade page of this issue.
As chairman of the local committee, Mr.
Nat Roth urgently and pleadingly stated: "I
am anxious to see that every Jewish name of a
service man or woman is included on our rec-
ord. I am indeed grateful to those of you who
are assisting me and plead with all Dade
County Jewry to cooperate with our committee
in this the most important undertaking, which,
when Victory is ours and our loved ones re-
turn, we SHALL FOREVER HAVE A WEAPON
THAT WILL COMBAT ANY QUESTION OF
THE PATRIOTISM OF AMERICAN JEWRY."
THE CONFERENCE
There is much food for thought in the
speech of Henry Monsky, president of B'nai
B'rith, made in Milwaukee during the past
week. Speaking on the American Jewish Con-
ference which is shortly to convene to formu-
late the Jewish program in the ultimate peace
plans, Mr. Monsky stressed the fact that the
Conference "was not to be a propaganda con-
ference by an attempt to synthesize fundamen-
tals of all viewpoints."
It is important to stress this at the present
time. The most difficult task facing every
group is to look beyond its own particular
boundaries. There is an isolationism of thought
as well as of territories and Jewish life is not
wanting in this group isolationism.
We shall have to rise above this to the
wider horizons where all Jewish interests fuse
into a unity, if the American Jewish Confer-
ence work is to have permanent results.
Jews have been elected to the conference
on this and that ticket. When the delegates
enter the Conference, they must forget these
partisan labels and think of "Klal Yisroel."
Compromises will have to be made be-
tween differing viewpoints.
Beyond the need of this reasonable mood
before beginning the deliberations, it is im-
portant that there be much plumbing beneath
the surfacemuch study and investigation.
This has become an increasingly complex
world and mere good intentions are not
enough. There must be the brain as well as
the heart.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1943
IV U! WHERE-
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In the background ii a view of the campus of Bellefaire, Cleve-
land Jewish Orphan Home, the 75th anniversary of whose
founding by B'nai B'rith in 1868. was recently observed. In the
insets are: Top Row: L. to R. Fred Lazarus, Jr., president of
the Bellefaire Board of Trustees; Samuel Wolfenstein, first
superintendent of Bellefaire, who served from 1878 to 1913; and
Herman Bercu, president of the Bellefaire Alumni Association.
Bottom Row: Leon H. Richman, executive director of Belle-
faire and the Jewish Children's Home ohf Cleveland, and
Daniel Lichtenberg, superintendent of Bellefaire.
JEWISH NEWS ....
The American Jewish Conference may again be poS(.
poned ... A number of its key participants feel that it might
be easier to hold the Conference when peace is nearer ... A
resettlement Committee for European Jewry, sponsored by
the New Zionist Organization, will soon make the head-
lines Mier Grossman is one of its leaders There are
rumors that the opposition to Dr. Weizmann in certain Pal-
estinian circles led by David Ben Gurion is assuming grave
proportions Ben Gurion believes that the White Paper
will stand unless heroic measures are taken Weizmann,
on the other hand, has confidence in Churchill Since
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver has announced his determination to
remain a candidate for the presidency of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, the supporters of Rabbi Israel Goldstein
are talking of a compromise slate We are told that had
Dr. Silver been given the chairmanship of the Zionist Emer-
gency Committeea post which Rabbi Stephen S. Wise
holds and was ready to relinguishhe would not have con-
sidered the ZOA Presidency.
WE'RE TELLING YOU ....
Notwithstanding Italy's collapse, General Franco is in-
terning more refugees than ever in Spain Because he
wants to be holding hostages when the time comes for ne-
gotiations Hermann Ullstein, scion of the famous German
publishing family, who is now a refugee in this country, has
written "The Rise and Fall of the House of Ullstein," and
Simon and Schuster have published it One of the conclus-
ions to which he comes is that it was largely through the
hesitancy of Germany's liberal newspapers to attack Nazism
that Hitler's movement was enabled to come to power .
Commenting on the downfall of Benito, Milton Berle cracb
that it's no news when a King takes a Duce And Harry
Hershfield, recalling the story that ghost voices direct Hit-
ler, remarks: "Funny how he hears everybody but Na-
poleon."
READERS'GUIDE ....
Pierre van Paasen's articles on Palestine in The Protestant
aroused so much attention that The Protestant had to print
an extra 20,000 copies Read Joseph Brainin's article in
the current issue of Soviet Russia Today ... It is a cloqp
of Prof. Michoels and Lt.-Col. Feffer, the Soviet Jewish le-
gates now in this country The delegation's last puSt
function in this country, by the way, will be a huge farewell
dinner in New York And there's serious talk about a re-
turn visit of an American Jewish delegation to the Soviet
Union ... It would be timed for some time in 1944 That
book "Under Cover," by one Carlson, which Winchell is
boosting as a best-seller, will never make the grade ... Its
content is stale.
SMALLTALK ....
Chaim Weizmann's memoirs are making headway
Shalom Asch is not in the best of health Maurice Schwartt
wants to direct movies Lazarus Phillips, young Montreal
lawyer, is a candidate to succeed the late Peter Berkovitch
in the Federal Parliament at Ottawa Patrons of the Diam-
ond Horseshoe, Billy Rose's night spot, don't have to worry
about whether the kitchen will be able to supply them with
vittles Billy has just closed a deal for about $50,000
worth of poultry and game While the movie version of
"This Is The Army" is packing them in Manhattan and points
west, the stage version of it is preparing to go "on the road"
to England and Africa Irving Berlin, creator of this hit
show, will be in the traveling cast too Also about to leave
for overseas, where he will once more entertain American
soldiers, is Al Jolson.
WITH THE MILITARY ....
From California comes the report about a recent car-
toon in the Camp Roberts Dispatch Itt shows a Nazi sol-
dier before a billboard that features a man lounging beneath
an awning while a bathing beauty serves him something in
a tall, cool glass And the caption is: "You, too, can be a
prisoner of war Don't delay, surrender today United
States Chamber of Commerce" A recent arrival at Camp
Roberts, by the way, is Private Mendy Weisgal, son of
Meyer W. And Sgt. Hugo Weisgall, Meyer's nephew,
last week conducted one of his own compositions at Royal
Albert Hall, London Hugo is the son of Baltimore's Cantor
Adolph Weisgall Captain William Wyler of the U S. Air
Force, who only a few weeks ago was decorated for bravery
in action over Europe, is back in Hollywood, where he has
returned to his old job of directing a moving picture Odj-
he's now doing a film for his Uncle Sam Dorothy Parker,
who cheerfully admits that she'll be passing the half-century
mark late this month, tried to enlist in the WAC the other
day, only to learn that the 50-year age limit is coming Wjj
effect too late to admit her But she's going to try to nna
some way of putting her unusual literary gifts in the service
of the Women's Army Corps It's Captain Melvyn (screen
star) Douglas now And Corporal Mark (composer) W*
stein And do you remember Bobby Breen, the little wy
who used to sing in the films only a few years ago m
pleasing childish treble? He's in the Air Force Now.


FRIDAY. AUGUST 6. 1943
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By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
Treasurer. Miami Beach Zionist District
After the first World War the Jews of Germany,
England, Italy, Austria and Australia issued war
books in which were presented official records of
the number of Jews who served in the armed forces
of the respective nations; how many were killed;
how many distinguished themselves and how many
advanced to high positions.
In the United States the American Jewish Com-
mittee undertook to issue a similar war book and a
substantial sum was subscribed for this purpose,
but for reasons unknown such a book never ap-
peared.
A documented record of the service American
Jews render to their country is desirable, not only
as a historical record but also to serve as a refuta-
tion of the false rumors and lies that the anti-sem-
ites continue to spread among the uninformed pop-
ulation. Jews are accused of lack of patriotism and
devotion to their country. In spite of the fact that
there is in operation a selective service law which
would make it impossible for one part of the popu-
lation to participate in the war less than any other
part, there is talk that Jews avoid joining the army.
It may be, therefore, of interest to give a shirt
review of the part the Jews play in the present global
war culled from an article in the 1943 issue of the
Hebrew Almanac published by the Jewish National
Fund, Jerusalem.
The writer concludes that the part world Jewry
Plays in this war is of heroic proportions. More than
half a million Jews joined the Allied forces since the
outbreak of the war until 1942. Jews were fighting
heroically in Poland and France until these coun-
tries were overrun by the Nazi hordes. At present
there is over a million Jews in the armies of the
United States, Soviet Russia and Palestine.
In the British Army men called to the colors and
volunteered over 50,000 Jews including 8,000 in the
Royal Air Force. This number of Jews constituttes
about 11 per cent of the entire Jewish population in
Great Britain, which is less than 1 per cent of the
general population.
In the parts of the British Empire which have no
conscription laws as in Canada and South Africa,
the percentage of Jewish volunteers is higher in pro-
portion to the rest of the population.
Jewish volunteers in the Army of South Africa
constitute 12% of the whole army, which the Jew-
ish population is less than 5% of the general popu-
lation. In Rhodesia 65% of all Jews of military age
have volunteered. The greatest number of Jewish
soldiers are in the Armies of Soviet Russia; about
a quarter of a million men.
Distinguished Jews in the Allied Forces: There
are three Jewish Generals in the British Army: Ma-
jor Gen. R. Lory, Gen. N. R. Widington, and Brig.
Gen. Frederick Herman Kisch, chief engineer of
Montgomery's Eighth Army Gen. Kisch was a
Palestinian resident and served as head of the Zi-
onist Political Bureau of Palestine. Since this re-
port has been written we learn that Gen. Kirsch
fell on the battlefield of North Africa.
In the Army of the United States the number of
Jews is proportionately high in the army, navy and
the air forces. Many Jewish generals in the Ameri-
can Army are mentioned. In Soviet Russia's ar-
mies there are many generals. We mention a few
of the more prominent ones, as Gen. Stern, Gen.
Levov, and Gen. Schneerson, etc.
Besides the many generals in the British Army
we find a great many Jews who have received dec-
orations. Thirty six officers were decorated for acts
of heroism at Dunkergue. In citations for excep-
tional services in the forces of the Middle East, the
Jews occupy a place of honor.
The Jew, Raphael De Solo, became famous as
the hero of Dunkergue and was given command of
a British man-of-war. In the memorable days of
Dunkerque, when the entire British Army was in
danger of annihilation, De Solo organized a volun-
tary fleet of ships of every description and took com-
mand of them; under a barrage of bombs and bul-
lets from the enemy. He worked day and night and
thus saved tens of thousands of soldiers by transfer-
ring them to the safety of English shores.
Jewish Palestine's Contribution to the War Effort:
Palestine has furnished the flower of its manhood
to swell the armies of the United Nations. Out of
the Jewish population of about 600,000 more than
135,000 men and women have registered for service
in all branches of military and civilian defense.
About 27,000 have volunteered and are now serv-
ing with the British armies, and supernumerary
police; 20,000 are serving with the home guard, set-
tlement police and in other civilian war service. In
addition, 36,000 Jewish workers are engaged in war
industries, in military construction work and in in-
(CONTINUD ON PAGE 7)
0UH JEWISH FILM FOLK
BY HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
Underground sources from Belgium report that
German troops can't stomach their own news-reels.
They get particularly incensed at the commentators'
glowing account of the Russian campaigns. Many
were there in person and failed to see the victories
related. Their jeers and boos result in arrests.
"For Whom the Bell Tolls" should enjoy b.o.
prosperitythe Nazis are panning it. Their short-
wave radio screamed at Latin America, 'For
Whom the Bell Tolls,' a propaganda piece to glo-
rify the Bolsheviks of the Spanish Civil War, opened
in New York to great acclaim."
Victory over Germany may be months away,
but several radio stations already have sold out
the entire twenty-four hours following the moment
of Germany's unconditional surrender.
The anti-Fascist film, "This Precious Freedom,"
will soon be issued by M.GM as a two-reel special.
Walda Winchell, Walter's pride, could have had
a movie contract after her successful screen test if
Papa would have given his consent. But he didn't
. and took her back to New York with him.
Ella Baros, the steno who once had the choice
of quitting the typeewriter to become a "type," has
begun a new careermotherhood. As Mrs. Danny
Deutsch she just received a C.O.D. via the Storkline
it's a girl.
In July the sixth anniversary of George Gersh-
win's death was marked with many revivals of his
musicalso with many anecdotes of his life. Os-
car Levant, who knew him better than anyone out-
side his family, tells of the time he and George
travelled together to play a concert. George took
it for granted that the lower berth was his. Com-
fortably ensconced, he looked up at Oscar in the
heights and said, "You know this picture represents
the difference between genius and talent!"
During the research on the Gershwin movie, it
was discovered that many of the composer's origin-
al manuscripts belong to the estate of the late Duke
of Kent, who was an ardent Gershwin admirer.
WITH It JDK 1 SPORTS
By MORRIS WEINER
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
"INFORMATION PLEASE"
See what score you can get in answer to these
five questions on sports. (The answers are pub-
lished here as well.)
1Who was the first Jewish ball player in the
major leagues?
2Callahan, Berg and Ross have one thing in
common aside from the fact that all three came from
most orthodox Jewish families. What is it?
3Lieutenant Dave Smukler was an all-American
half back and a star for the Philadelphia Eagles.
What made him a cause celebre a few years back?
4Benny Lorn once tackled his own teammate
and for that play was cheered by 90,000 people and
became the most talked of man in the country.
How come?
5Who is Stan Chesney and why is he so well-
known to sport fans?
Now for the Answers
1Johnny Kling who made his major league de-
but in 1900 was the first Jewish ball player in the
big time. He was considered the greatest catcher
the game knew. Today he is a millionaire owner
of the Kansas City Blues.
2Mushy Callahan, Jackie Kid Berg and Barney
Ross were the numbers 1, 2 and 4 holders of the
junior welterweight title of the world. Berg beat
Callahan and lost to CanzoneriNo. 3, and Ross
avenged Berg's defeat.
3Smulker gave up football and a ten thousand
a year contract so that he would not become "a
football bum." He entered the army when the
services paid 21 bucks a month. Today is a lieu-
tenant in the air force.
4Lom tackled Roy Rigeels in the Tournament of
Roses Bowl game fifteen years ago when Riegels
picked up a fumble and ran the wrong way. Lom
sprinted down the field and tackled Roy to stave off
a touchdown for the wrong team.
5Stan Chesney is considered the greatest soc-
cer player in this country. The dapper five foot
six inch Jewish athlete is also the inventor of the
six men indoor game which was played to a packed
house at Madison Square Garden some eighteen
months ago.
IT UrrFJHLIST WEEK
BY MILTON BROWN
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
The chief bit of Jewish news of the week was
news which was as important and as cheering to
the whole world of civilized non-Jews as well. It
was the story of the bouncing of Benito Mussolini.
As the Italians are reported to have put it, "Benito
Finite" The first of the dictators, whom Hitler in
his early days emulated, has gone.
It is worth while noting that Mussolini, in the
first years of his assumption to power, while like all
dictators denying the people their rights, was not
anti-Semitic. That is to say, the Jews of Italy were
deprived of the same rights as the other Italians
no more and no less. It was from Hitler that Mus-
solini was to take lessons in anti-Semitism. In
that respect he did not guite make the grade with
Hitler, for the Italians were almost entirely un-
schooled in anti-Semitism, whereas in Germany,
Hitler had only to appropriate whole philosophies
of anti-Semitism which had been developed by
German thinkers. Anti-Semitism had become a
science in Germany long before Hitler's days.
Nortlf "Africa has been cleared of the scoundrels
and Italy is next to get the scouring. In Jerusalem,
the Kabbalists were guick to point out that the bomb-
ing of Rome, which preceded and probably helped
to bring about the fall of Mussolini, took place on
the 17th of Tamuz, which is a fast day still ob-
served by pions Jews, marking the beginning of the
siege of Jerusalem by the Roman legions, which
ended in the destruction of the Holy City and the
Jewish nation in Palestine. In a week or so, there
will take place the fast of the Ninth of Ab and per-
haps the pious mystics of Israel will be able to add
to the coincidences, which to their minds evidence
Divine retribution for the past misdeed of tyrants as
well as those of today.
All Jews of Munich and Cologne, says a report
this week from Geneva, have been deported to the
fortress town of Terezin in Czechoslovakia.
This report, which in the earlier days of the war
would have caused us to grieve, somehow affects
us lesss profoundly today. Doubtless the lot of
such deported Jews is miserable to the last degree,
but we cannot believe that the fate of the German
Aryans in Cologne and Munich these days can be
very much better. The people of Cologne ought to
have a pretty good idea by now what hell is like.
The Germans, it appears, will not have to wait
2,000 years for retribution for their sins. They are
getting it now. According to one estimate, the city
of Hamburg in two days of bombing last week was
showered with almost as much explosives as the
Germans showered on London in the ninety days
of their blitz on London.
President Hoover came within the purview of
Jewish news this week with his proposal that a hav-
en for Jewish and other refugees be established
somewhere in Africa.
There have been many proposals for such set-
tlements in Africa. The Zionists in the days of
Theodore Herzl were greatly agitated over a pro-
posal to establish a Jewish homeland in Uganda.
Most of these proposals are motivated by the de-
sire to eliminate the trouble over the Arab factor,
which exists in Palestine. The trouble, however,
is that if the Arab factor is absent, there is generaly
some other factor which is quite as disturbing. In
some places it is the climate. In other cases it is the
reluctance of the governing authorities to permit a
Jewish settlement, though there is plenty of land
for such a settlement.
This week it was reported that the government
of Western Australia has given official approval to
a project providing for the establishment of a large
scale Jewish settlement in the Kimberly region. The
government of the Commonwealth has, however,
thus far withheld its approval, because the Kimberly
area is within the theater of military operations.
This week there died Josiah Wedgwood, a mem-
ber of the House of Commons for many years, who
a few years ago was raised to the English Peerage.
The Jews had few as devoted Christian friends as
Lord Wedgwood and the Zionists had no stauncher
supporter than he. It was Wedgwood who pro-
posed that Palestine be established as a Jewish
state and as one of the dominions of the British Em-
pire. He wrote a book on the subject called "The
seventh Dominion." Coming from one of the most
aristocratic families of England as well as one which
had always manifested a deep interest in the lot
of the under-privileged, Wedgwood spoke out boldly
time and again against the hostile attitude of the
English Colonial office to Jewish Palestine.
Most of the great Jewish centers of Poland and
the ghettos established by Hitler when he first came
into Poland have disappeared. Perhaps soon, with
the fall of Italy, we shall know just what happened
to the Jews of Europe.


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NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
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Home Camp
The children of the Home Camp
are busy rehearsing for the final
review which will be held on
Sunday, August 15, at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon. If the show
held a few weeks ago is any cri-
terion, the coming event will by
far surpass anything heretofore
done by the Campers. We are
not at liberty to give you details
of any of the acts that will take
place on that day as that will
detract from your interest. How-
ever, you must come and see it
to appreciate it.
Youth Dances
The Swing Teens, an array of
youngsters who have been re-
hearsing at the "Y" for the past
several months, were the feat-
ured artists at a dance given for
teen aged youngsters at the "Y"
last Sunday night. Over one
hundred boys and girls from 14
to 18 participated in this fine
and wholesome project.
We have emphasized these
youth dances time and again and
once more we reiterate the fact
that any mother can feel safe
to send her daughter to these
dances because they are well
chaperoned by a committee of
women from the Y. W. H. A. Re-
freshmentts are served and the
committee is present at all times.
We owe it to these youngsters
to give them wholesome recrea-
1 tion in a fine environment.
I These dances are held every Sun-
day night and something new is
[ always in store for those who
i attend.
OBITUARIES
Funeral services for Samuel
Malter, 59. Miami Beach merch-
ant who died at his home Sun-
day, was held Tuesday at River-
side Memorial Chapel with Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Beth David con-
gregation, officiating.
Malter was a native of Poland
and came here 11 years ago. He
operated Malters Kosher market
and lived at 900 4th St.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Anna
Malter, Miami Beach; six sons,
Mannie and Robert, Miami
Beach; Harry, Sol, William and
Murray of New York; three
daughters, Mrs. Bertha Free-
man. Mrs. Sylvia Fleischer and
Miss Edna Malter and a sister,
Mrs. Sadie Suscher, all of Miami
Beach.
BEACH VISITOR HEADS
CHARITIES IN NORTH
MAX M. OZER
Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Ozer.
residents of Cleveland, O. are
staying at the Versailles Hotel,
Miami Beach. Mr. Ozer is very
prominent in communal work
and is at present chairman of the
Miami Beach division of War
Savings staff. He is the organ-
izer of the Coral Gables division
of this staff and is working with
the Life Underwriters Associa-,
tion to secure their services OS a
bond sejlirig organization.
A vfrsatilh man. Mr. Ozer was
very active m sports throughout '
his youth. At Bucknell Univer-
sity where he was outstanding in
football, he played with such
greats as Jim Thorpe. Andy Smith
and Christy Matheuson and was
selected as one of the all time all
around United States football
players.
He also gained recognition as a .
wrestler although he categoried
this as one of his minor sports, i
Old time sport fans will remem-
ber Max Ozer and his wrestling
match with Tom Jenkins for the
world's championship.
Phillip Homansky, 66. 1012 Ev-
erglades Concourse, Normandy
Isle, died in a local hospital this
week after a brief illness. He
came here 18 years ago from Sa-
vannah. Ga and was engaged in
the dry cleaning business. He
was a member of Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
The body was sent by River-
side Memorial chapel to Savan-
nam for services and burial.
Surviving are three sons, Mor-
ris and Jake of Savannah, and
Pete, of New York city; and
three daughters. Mrs. Ethel Shef-
fel and Mrs. Mathilda Freeman
of New York; and Mrs. Gladys
Anker of Miami Beach.
RADIO HOUR
Rabbi S. M. Machtei of Beth
Sholom Center will be the guest
speaker on the Rabbinical As-
sociation Hour at 9:15 a. m. on
Sunday, over Station WQAM.
Cantor Abraham Friedman of
Beth Sholom Center will be the
soloist. Rabbi Machtei's subject
will be "Lamentations."
Your Son or Daughter in the Armed Forces
in Camp or Overseas -- will welcome
a gift subscription to
wJemsti Meridian
The Jewish Floridian,
P. O. Box 2973.
Miami 18, Florida.
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Louis P. Sweetwine, 83. of 1421
S. W. Seventh St., died Sunday
at a local hospital. He came here
15 years ago from Detroit and
was a retired grocer.
Hi' leaves his widow. Mrs.
Sarah Sweetwine. Miami; two
daughters, Mrs. Catherine Nev-
ins and Mrs. Lena Gudecansen.
f'oth of Detroit; a sister. Mrs. Ida
Frcid. Jacksonville, and a broth-
er. Herman Sweetwine, Sacra-
mento. Calif.
The body was sent to Detroit
for services and burial, by the
Gordon Funeral Home.
Moses Ginsberg, of Brooklyn
and Miami Beach, has been
named chairman of the Brooklyn
division of the recently merged
New York and Brooklyn Federa-
tions of Jewish Charities, accord-
ing to Walter Rothschild, chair-
man of Brooklyn borough activi-
ties under the merger. The
Brooklyn division is a year-round
organization to maintain finan-
cial support of 116 affiliated
health and welfare institutions.
Michael G. Appel, last presi-
dent of the Brooklyn federation
before the merger, is vice-presi-
dent under the new set-up. In a
statement he said:
"We are fortunate indeed to
j have a leader respected in all
Jewish circles, whose life has
been consecrated to humanitar-
| ian projects and whose back-
' ground is rich in the practical,
i everyday problems of the av-
' erase person."
George Z. Medalie, president of
the Federation, said:
"Mr. Ginsberg has supported
the work of the charities in the
j borough for many years and he
knows at first hand their import-
I ant services to the well-being of
i the entire community, particu-
i larly in maintaining the health
and morale of the home front
today. Active in Zionist circles,
respected everywhere for his re-
ligious devotion, a good Brook-
lynite and a patriotic American,
lie commands in his new duties
the loyal response of all public-
spirited citizens."
Mr. Ginsberg is also a large
supporter of the Miami Federa-
tion. He spends his winters on
Miami Beach where he has large
business holdings.
1943
BEACH HOTEL OWNFR
DIES OF HEART ATTACK
Morris Binder, prominent ho.
tel owner and resident of AiW
Beach for the past ten yX
passed away suddenly this S
as the result of a heart auTJt
suffered last Saturday morllCk
while bathing at Fourteen?ft?
Owner and operator of a n,,
ber of hotels here, together "Sffi
his son. A. Fmley, he onenlt^
the Milburn and Clinton^52?
| nes until they were turned over
to the government for use of th
Army air Corp. ne
Prior to his settling here h
was a resident and property own
er at Inglewood, N. j. dS
his stay in the North he was act
lye in synagogal affairs and m
Miami Beach he was a member
j of Beth Jacob Cong. ^
I The body was sent to New York
I for final services and then to the
synagogue of which he was an
i onicer in Inglewood for the last
| rites and interment in the Ingle
wood Jewish cemetery beside the
grave of his wife.
, All members of the family
were present at the services last
j Tuesday. Surviving him are a
son. A. Finley Binder of Miami
, Beach and Monroe, Virginia- and
I four daughters, Mrs. Lily Blum-
! enkranz, New York; Mrs. Daisy
Bernstein, Miami Beach; Mrs
Pearl Herman, Cedarhurst, Lone
Island and Mrs. Ruth Kaufman
Woodmere, Long Island.
Buy War Savings Bonds.
London (JTA) The Milan
newspaper, Cornere della Sera,
has published an editorial asking
that the government call back to
Italy the prominent Jewish scien-
. tist. Dr. Angelo Piero Sereni.
CANT YOU
SLEEP?
Mrs. Nannet Wolfe Newman.
46. clubwoman who resided at
746 S. W. Second Stt, died in a
local hospital Monday.
She served for two years as
president of Anna Miller circle
associated with the Miami Beach
Elks, and raised much funds for
charitable and humanitarian pur-
poses as a member of that organ-
ization.
Surviving are her husband,
Samuel A. Newman, and a sister,
Mrs. Wolfe Charlson of Barns-
boro. Pa.
Private services were held
with Rabbi S. M. Machtei of Beth
Sholom officiating.
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+Jewisti ncrMlan
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WITH LOCAL BOYS
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE
Of The Jewish Welfare Board
n r*
/* n
FRANK MARKS, son of Mr.
,nd Mrs. Charles Marks, is home
on a 12 day furlough. Seaman
Marks is a radio instructor at the
Naval Air Base at Green Cove
Springs, Fla.
CPL. BOB EPSTEIN, attached
to the Engineer- Corps at Mac-
dill Field, Tampa, is spending a
10-day furlough at home.
SERVICE
A COMMUNITY PROJECT
Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
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PARADE!
JEWS IN ARMIES
Word has been received this
week that PETE SINGER, a
member of the U. S. Army sta-
tioned in North Africa, and son
of Mr. and Mrs. D. Singer and
brother of William D. Singer, has
left his hospital bed with health
fully restored. Complete infor-
mation is unavailable.
JOSEPH G. GARDNER, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gardner, 1225
Ix?nox Ave., received his wings
and lieutenant commission as an
army pilot at an advanced army
air base near Yuma, Ariz.
Lt. Gardner was graduated
from Miami Beach High School
where he was an outstanding
football player.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner left to-
day for New York city where
they anticipate a reunion with
their son. He is expected to fly
from Arizona to New York fol-
lowing graduation ceremonies.
SGT. HERMAN MARKS. 22,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks
1752 N. W. 15th St., was gradu-
ated from Kingman, Ariz., flex-
ible gunnery school.
JOSEPH GREENE. 51 East
Flagler St., was graduated from
chemical warfare course at Edge-
wood Arsenal, N. J., and com-
missioned second lieutenant.
ARTHUR STEIN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Isidor Stein, 545 West
Flagler St., graduated from the
aviation radio school at the U. S.
Naval Air Station Jacksonville
ns an aviation radioman, third
class'. **" "
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS- QEORQE 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 Bronston. Mra. Max
Dobrin, Maurice Grotaman. Louia
Helman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Mra. Murry Koven, Harry Marko-
witz. Nat Roth. Fred Shochet,
Milton Sirkin, Joseph Stein. Mrs.
Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle,
George Wolpert.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6)
dustrial war projects. In the
summer of 1941 there were cre-
ated special Jewish Batallions
who serve in the Middle East.
These special Batallions include
engineers, builders of fortifica-
tions and Jewish stevedore com-
panies who serve in different
parts of the Libyan desert. One
special Batallion, for the supply
of water to front line troops, de-
livered one-half million gallons
of water under the worst road
conditions working day and night
during many months.
In the battle of Greece, Crete,
Libya, Ethiopia and Egypt, Pal-
estinian Jewish soldiers played
a heroic part. Thousands have
fallen on the battlefields and
many hundreds have been cited
and decorated for valor.
Jews in the armies of Soviet
Russia fight heroically on all
front lines, in all branches of the
service including the guerilla
warfare. In the latter night at-
tacks behind the Nazi lines,
Jews, sometimes whole families,
avenge the wholesale murder of
innocent Jaws by the Sadfctic
Nazi invaders. The guerillas dy-
namite bridges, trains, destroy
telephone and electric installa-
tions and food supplies of the
enemy. _
Jewish Heroes in Nazi Occu-
pied Countries: In Jugo Slavia
there are many Jews in the Ju-
go Slavian army commanded by
General Drago Michaelowitz. who
continue to harrass the Nazy ar-
my of occupation. In the first
days of the Nazi invasion, they
have perpetrated mass murders
on Siberian Jews, hundreds were
taken as hostages and executed.
These acts of barbarity provoked
the Jews and they joined in
great numbers the Chetnicks.
About 50,000 Slovakian fighters
for liberty are commanded by a
young Jewish officer who was a
student at the University of Bel-
grad. The Jewish fighters of Ju-
go Slavia issue a news bulletin
in which they appeal to other
Jews to join them.
In Holland: In a Holland city
two Jewish girls were arrested
together with three Dutch girls
for planting a bomb in a coffee
house frequented by Nazi offi-
cers.
In Poland: There are many
Jews who fight shoulder to
shoulder with the Polish under-
ground army.
In Slovakia: From credible
BEEN ADDED BTG9
ROSLYN HACKER
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hacker, 410 N. W. 18th Ave., is
the first graduate diettitian to be
enlisted from Miami as a mem-
ber of the Army's medical corps.
LOCAL BOY LIKES TO
HAVE THE FLORID1AN
August 2, 1943
The Jewish Floridian,
P. O. Box 2973,
Miami 18. Florida.
Dear Editor:
Just received and read the
first copy of the ^'Jewish Florid-
ian." sent me from home, which
I enjoyed reading very much.
As a member of the Armed
Forces and away from the city,
through your paper, I become
more familiar with the doings
at home and the Jew the world
over.
I highly recommend this paper
to all buddies in the Armed
Forces residing in Miami and
elsewhere.
I'm looking forward to receiv-
ing the paper weekly from now
on.
Very truly yours,
Pfc. HY COVERMAN
Through the office of Chaplain
Harold H. Gordon, AAFTTC,
Basic Training Center No. 9, a
new activity has been added to
the roster of events for soldiers
of the Jewish faith. Every Tues-
day evening, 8 o'clock, at the Sea
Isle Hotel day room, 30th Street
and Collins Ave., a discussion
group meets to learn and to
think through many of the prob-
lems on the Jewish scene. The
first meeting considered the de-
velopment of the American Jew-
ish Conference and the possibili-
ties of its future. The ensuing
agenda includes: "The Jews of
Europe," an account of the report
by Phillip Bernstein which ap-
peared in the Nation magazine;
"Palestine and its Influence Up-
on Modern Jewissh Life"; and a
discussion on Jewish rituals,
"Sabbath Candles." From time
to time prominent Jewish per-
sonalities in Miami and on Miami
Beach will be invited to lead the
discussions.
The hour before the actual i
discussion, 7 through 8 p. m., has |
been set aside for those men i
who want their voices recorded '
and mailed to someone at home. I
Nathan Rothberg, Jewish Wei- |
fare Board representative, is re-
sponsible for making these scr- i
vices available. Chaplain Gor-!
don urges all men to come along
to this new activity and bring
their buddies.
SGT. JACK EVANS
FITTED FOR WORK
Hotel experience is proving an
asset to S. Sgt. Jack Evans. Mi-
ami Beach, whose main job now
is to supervise the officers' mess
at the headquarters of an Eighth
Air Force unit in England.
Born in a summer hotel owned
bv his parents. Sgt. Evans is one
of five sons in a family which
has been operating hotels for
40 years. .
His duties in civilian life in-
cluded the purchase of food and
the supervision of its preparation
and serving. When he first en-
tered the Army he was assigned
to a mess at a station in this
country and had charge of pro-
curing rations.
His present job involves the
supervision of a mess that serves
600 meals daily. He helps plan
menus, and since most supplies
come across the Atlantic by boat,
substitutes often must be provid-
ed when rations are delayed.
Since this hearquarters oper-
ates on a 24-hour-a-day schedule,
Sgt. Evans has a round-the-clock
job. He often has been jerked
out of bed to get a quick snack
for men taking part in after-
midnight planning for a Flying
Fortress bombardment over Eu-
rope the next day.
He's cheerful about his job,
but just hopes it won't be too
long until the war is over and he
can marry his best girl. Miss
Rhoda Steinberg, Elizabeth, N. J.
His parents, and brothers. Mr.
and Mrs. I. Evans, operate a ho-
tel in Miami Beach.
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Promotions. honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other
events or services:.
A Miamian has been awarded
the red and white Good Conduct
ribbon for having served in the
Army efficiently and faithfully
for one vear.
On duty with the United States
Fifth Army in North Africa, he
is PFC. RUBIN M. DAYAN. son
of Meyer Dayan, 166 East Flag-
ler street.
Member of 508th Parachute in-
fantry in combat training at
Camp Mackall, N. C, is PFC.
ROBERT E. UNION, son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. R. Union, 1312 El-
rado St., Coral Gables.
PVT. JACK COURSHON. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Courshon,
has been transferred from the ar-
tilelry at Fort Sill., Okla., to the
Army Air Forces and is in train-
ing at Sheppard Field, Tex.
His brother, ARTHUR COUR-
SHON, expects to finish his ad-
vanced flight training at Turner
Field, Albany, Ga., the last of
August and receive his commis-
sion in the AAF.
sources it is known that hund-
reds of Jews ran away to the
mountains and organized them-
selves into partisan bands to
fight the Slovakian Nazis.
MAJOR MARTIN PHILIPS-
BORN, 34, of Chicago, 111., has
been awarded the Silver Star
for gallantry in action. This is
Major Philipsborn's third award.
Major Philipsborn received the
Silver Star for distinguishing
himself in the action at Maknas-
sy, North Africa, on April 4,
while seeking information for the
First Armored Division's crack
unit, combat command B.
M. B. ASSOCIATION HAS
BEATEN BOND QUOTA
Miami Beach Apartment asso-
ciation went over the top in its
$193,350-U. S. A. heavy tank-war
bond campaign, David Honoroff,
drive chairman, announced.
"When all of the returns are
tabulated it may be said that our
association members and friends
subscribed more than $200,000,"
said Mr. Honoroff.
I The campaign for a heavy U. S.
, army tank started June 1 and
was concluded Saturday, with ap-
I proximately 1,500 individuals
buying series E war bonds. Issu-
ing agencies were the Miami
Beach Federal Savings and Loan
I association and the Mercantile
| National bank, both at the corn-
er of Lincoln road and Washing-
ton avenue.
In its efforts to subscribe this
large amount the association was
actively aided by Max Ozer,
chairman, Miami Beach division
Dade county committee, and vice-
chairman Rudy R. Adler and
Jake Felt, who arranged enter-
tainment-selling features.
Four Miami Beach high school
girls Lillian Farber, Irma
Schwartz, Eviva Shedroff and
Barbara Frumkessold nearly
$10,000 war bonds during the
campaign.
SGT. HARRY L. GOLDBERG,
of Toledo, Ohio, has received the
Silver Star and the Purple Heart.
Goldberg, seriously wounded,
was in a truck when it was at-
tacked by four enemy planes.
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GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
MO B. W. 17 Ave., Miami
JOSEPH H. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi
LEWIS GREEN. Sexton
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
6:30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky conducting services
and addressing the congregation
Saturday morning on "Israel
Mourns."
Shalosh S'oodoss, 7:00 p. m.
Rabbi Rackovsky
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
7*1 Hat St., Miami Beach
8. M MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, 8:00 p. m., Kabbalos
Shabbos service.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m., service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching
on weekly portion. Mincha 7
p. m. followed by class in Pirke
Avoth. Service men's Se'udah
Shlishis 7:15 p. m., Chaplain Har-
old H. Gordon presiding.
Monday, 7:45 p. m., Tish'oh
Tishoh B ob services will take TimsHav Q-\n a n 7uhv!h
Place Monday. 7:45 p. m. and bR^,' Sh h
Tuesday 8 a. m., 1:30 p. m. and
7:45 p. m.
Mishnah and Jewish Laws and
Customs group meets daily at
7:15 and 8.00 p. m.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach
ABRAHAM D. WOLF. Cantor
Friday, 7:30 p. m., Kabalos
Shabos.
Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor,
and the Center choir will conduct
the musical services.
Saturday morning, services:
Guest Speaker. Saturday Sha-
losh Seudes 7 p. m. Refresh-
ments and community singing.
Daily services mornings and eve-
nings.
Tisha B'ab services Monday
evening and Tuesday morning.
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CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
139 N. W. Third Are. 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. Special services will
be held on Monday evening. Aug-
ust 9th at 8 o'clock in observance
of "Tisha-B'av." During the ser-
vices Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the subject. "The Final Destruc-
tion."
Daily services morning and
evening.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wash. Ave. and 3rd St.. Miami Beach
MOSES 5JKSCHEI/)PF, Rabbi
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Saturday 8:30 a. m services.
Cantor Maurice Mamcnes chant-
ing. Early Sabbath services 7
a. m. Sabbath afternoon services
7:30 p. m. Service men's Shalosh
S'oodoss follows.
Special Tisha B'ab Services
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
IS N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos, 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m., Rabbi H. M.
Kagan, preaching.
Tisha B'ab services Monday
evening and Tuesday morning.
Daily service morning and eve-
ning.
B'nai B'rith Uffi# N
ot e s
By Paid Weitxman
By MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Guest Columnist
The next meeting of the Lodee
will take place at Beth David
Talmud Torah, 135 N. W IrH
sy task & follow Ave., Miami, on Tuesday Am,
hstic footsteps Of 10th. Alexander F. Miller oft
j even .f the ar- new Florida Regional a DL
temporary. How-ldirect wi be? speaker
ever, I shall limit myself to, Efforts are also & g&Tto
ews which should not be too | secure the F B T. dirertof intt
1 n t 1 1 ? e\ -iii r\a ir I i., __.
It is no easy
in the journa
Paul Weitzman
rangement is temporary.
director, will be guest speaker.
1
much of a Strain on myself Or the i aroa'"tn."annaar nt^Vhi* ,
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news
readers of this column. |Lffl all turn out and "giw trieE
You have all received notifi-, gentlemen a true Sholfm Loffi
cation of the current B nai B nth deception. A social will fouow
Subscription I Don't forget that Miami is the
Monday evening and Tuesday' Rin.at o'clock
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
1*41 8. W. Third St., Miami
SIMON .M'RII.. Rabbi
Services Friday 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath morning services
be-
morning.
Mincha services begin at 6:30
p. m. followed by the study of
the Ethics of the Fathers.
Tisha B'Ab services Monday
evening and Tuesday morning.
Daily services morning and
evening. Hebrew school 10 a. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1J7 N. E. 19th St., Miami
COI.J>(AN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi
RABHI JACOB H KAPLAN. PhD
Rabbi Emeritus
Services will be continued at
Temple Israel during the sum-! n,, -.__ c,___ _
mer months on Fridays at 8 15 Buy War StamPs and Bonds
p. m. with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan NOW and Klve our men in the
officiating. armed forces the help they need.
Drive,
the mail
was anticipated. However, the
efforts of several individuals in
obtaining subscriptions has been
most productive. Thus far hun-
dreds of subscriptions have been
received, primarily through the
efforts of Mrs. D. Borenstein.
Jennie Rotfort. Jake Felt. Lou
Heiman and Milton Friedman.
If more of our members would
cooperate to the extent of send-
The response through | host city for the Florida p
has not been as great as 1 tion of B-nai B.rith Lodge8.
nual convention to be held Labor
Day week-end. Come to the
meeting on Aug. 10th and hear
all the plans. See you Tuesday.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned will renter with
LLMOST as much a part of most Southern villages
ss the Court House, itself, is the bulk storage plant
tt the edge of town bearing the old familiar sign:
STANDARD OIL COMPANY. Wherever people con-
gregate and work and live, there you will find the tanks,
the office and the yard of an Agent of this Company.
The Agent is a part of the community. He is neighbor,
f lend and fellow-townsman. And to the community HE
ir. the Standard Oil Company.
Z-'e lives "on the ground." Hi feet are on the ground.
And that may explain how it is that Standard Oil can
and does keep so close to the interests of every locality
it serves. Our aims and actions are deep-rooted in the
very soil of every Southern County.
The people of the South make the South. We are
p-oud to be one of them by reason of our sixty genial
years in their midst.
BUY MORE WAR BONDS
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
^^" t-Aiciu ui semi- the ,.|.rk (lf ,h, circuit Court In ami
ing in their own subscriptions or j for Dade County. Florida, the flcu.
renewals we could go over the
top with a bang. With rates of
$2.00 per year, or $5.00 for three
years of which the Lodge re-
ceives 50%. a golden opportunity
has been given us to replenish
a depleted treasury and carry on
the wonderful work of our Order.
If you are or have been a sub-
scriber, you may still help us.
We get 50'; of all renewals.
Send your renewal check to B'nai
B'rith. 650 Seybold Bldg. You
will be given credit for an ad-
ditional year from the time your
rlous name. NORFOLK HOTEU
N. W. Sth Street. Miami. Florida, un-
der which we are engaged in busi-
ness.
DAVID BROWN-
FAY BROWN
7/28-30 8/6-13-20 Owners
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I lade County. Florida
NO. 1.1302
Re: Bstate of
1AM ISA DAY JAY
Deci
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
Notice i* hereby given that 1 have
flliirt my final report and petition for
the subscriptions or renewals 0fl'u,,Ke of Dade County, Florida, for
votirsi K M -inrl |.|,nr fri,..,j ;__ approval of said final report and fur
rm-rlHtoit J friends 1m- final discharge as AdntbUatrator of
mediately.
Not to be outdone, the Auxil-
iary is also putting on a splen-
did drive. The ladies are fur-
nishing a day room for the sol-
diers at the 36th Street Air
Base. Soldier morale is vitally
important. You can help by do-
nating tables, lamps, rugs, pic-
tures, radio, sofas, chairs, etc.
Financial contributions will not
be turned down, either. The
committee which has been doing
wonderful work so far is com-
Pscd, of Mrs. Harry Gerstein.
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. Mrs. Milton
A. Friedman. Mrs. Sam Silver,
and Mrs. Richardson. The Aux-
iliary expresses its deep apprecia-
tion to the following who have
made donations of money or
furniture to date: Paragon Paint
Co., Maxwell's. Wometco Thea-
the Batata of LOUISA DAY JAY. de-
Ce.U*-<|
Thta BUI day of July. 1943.
._ OSCAR L JAY. .Sit
MAX R S1I.VHK
Attorney for Administrator
7/23-30 8,6-1:1-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEItEKY OIVFB4 <
the undersigned will register wilt
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In ana
for Dade County. Florida, the ficti-
I..... name. BI8CAYNE AIT. HO-
TEU 1*7 N. E. 6th Street. Miami
florida, under which we are engaged
in business.
DAVID BROWN
FAY BROWN
Owners
7'23-30 8 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the under.-iKii.Ml will register with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
for Dade County. Florida, the flotl-
_- itioiiM name, PERSHING HOTEU !-
ttres, Mrs. G. Glatt. Mrs. William -N E. it Avenue, Miami Florida.
Friedman, Mrs. Belle Berman |ur"1*-r which are engaged in husi-
Mrs. George Burney. Incidental- '
Jy. the boys need a ping pong
table. Look in your attic or ga- .
rage and see whether you can
find one. It can be used for no
better cause than to cheer up a
soldier fighting for you.
23-J0 S/6-13-20
DAVID BHOWN
FAY RROWN
Own era
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1101 South Andrews Are.
ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
5Tf0T1?2'rT!f*,ocue ervln- Hollywood.
iLsff A wA t"J\ ?roward Oounij
hami ..I. HALEVI BARON, Rabbi
Services: Friday, 8 p. m.
Religious School: Sunday, 10
m.
Sisterhood business meeting,
Monday, 8 p. m.
r Sifterh?0d night at the Fort
Lauderdale Servicemen's Center
canteen. Wednesday. 6 to 11 p m
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned will register with
the clerk of the Circuit Court in and
for Dade County, Florida, the ficti-
tious name. MIAMI HOTEU 18* N.
W I at Avenue, Miami, Florida, under
which we are engaged in business.
DAVID BROWN
FAY BROWN
Owaej*
7,28-tO 8/6-18-to
SUr+MYIARK
HEALTH RESORT
i AMUUCAN KAN KOTO.
M4$gUmX HATES
1-n.QRina
RIVERMONT PARK
aAHTTARIUM
isst n. w. 7th at fa. b.ts.
eeeent and elderijr people
25 WEEKLY UP
-Lr. aaautlful Oseuade,
NOTICE FOR APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File No. 36722
Notice i.s hereby given that la O
hlmler. a married Woman, holder as
assignee of City of Miami Tax Cer-
tificate Numbered 17028. dated the
8th Day of June. A. D. 19S8 hae filed
Mnld Certificate In my office, and has
made application for tax deed to laaue
thereon In accordance with law. Hnld
Certificate embraces the following de-
scribed property, situated In Dade
County. Florida, to-wlt:
l-ot 13. Block 11, Orapeland
Revised, Plat Book 3. Paae 19.
in the city of Miami, County of
Dode. State of Florida.
The asnewtment of said property
under the Certificate issued waa in
the name of Cnknown. Unless said
t ertlflcate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will Issue there-
Mtaf tB8 K,h day of August. A. V.
I>ted this 8Ut day of July. A. D-
E B. I^BATHERMAN.
Clerk of circuit Court, Dade
County. Florida.
By N. <. WTERRBTT, D. C
(Circuit Court Seal)
./I3-30 8'6-13-80
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned will register with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
for I>ade County. Florida, the ficti-
tious name. BROWN HOTBm*
Miami, Florida, under which we
are engaged In business.
DAVID BROWN
KAT BROWN
Owner*
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wJewlsti Floridian JMBUY COMBINING IflhiP ///£> I MI/ / / K / /-> #//,-,.-;•#*..> I^ 1010 ^! LUME 16—No. 32 Oa/tf*$ y^^p jhewiisih Hi maty H MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 6, 1943 IMWUI JEWS [TENDED TIME PAY HUGE TJX eneva (JTA)—Since it has tme obvious to the Rumanian ernment that the Jewish popjion of the country will be uni to complete payment of the D.000,000 lei (approximately 500,000) tax imposed upon l by August 12, which was original deadline, Premier Dnescu has agreed to exl the period in which the levy be paid until December 31, B reported here this week. Jmescu's announcement, howI, contained the proviso that ibstantial portion of the tax h by the end of this week. tie situation of the Jews is tantly deteriorating, the resays. Hundreds who had exempted from forced laJservice because they were Kdered "indispensable to the ^>nal economy" have been I for service within the past weeks. Even Jewish youths are being conscripted and tied to work which is too Juous for them. PRICE TEN CENTS IS YOUR RELATIVE ON THIS LIST? J.D.C. Receives 277 Names of Yugoslav Jews Now in Italy New York—The Joint Distribution Committee received this week a list of 277 names of Jews from Nazi overrun Yugoslavia who are now refugees in Italy. In addition to the names the list gives the Italian cities where the refugees are found. The list is available at the offices of The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Ave., Miami, for personal inspection. No information will be given over the telephone. y HIS OF ALGERIA SH TO CONTACT OF TOE 0. S. ALE ANTNEIAIISH LAWS ABOLISHED BTITALIAN LEADER At the first annual meeting oi the Budget Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation held Tuesday of this week\ George Chertkof, a member of the committee for the past several years, was selected chairman for the ensuing year. Members of this committee are Harry Boyell, Mrs. Max Dobrin, ANNUAL MEETING OF I. W. V. IN SEPTEMBER Many Noted Figures Expected at National Encampment The Jewish War Veterans of the United States will hold its forty-eighth National Encampment at the New Concord Hotel, Kiamesha Lake, New York, September 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th, it was announced today by Benjamin Kaufman, holder of the Congressional Medal of Honor and National Commander of the organization. Delegates and friends, and large numbers of American heroes of Jewish faith, on furlough, will attend. POPE INTERVENING FOR ITALIAN JEWS BRITAIN IS TOLD Irusalem (JTA)—A message lg the Jewish National Counlere to take steps to establish Tict between the Jews of the ed States and those of Alwas received here this week Algiers. The eommunicawhich was sent by Algerian |i-st leaders, also asks that be taken to organize the ration of Jews from Algeria lies tine. addition, it appeals for an knding Palestine Jewish lead\ come to North Africa to in the organization of the Zionist bodies in Algeria to discuss the problem of a fed Jewish representation at leace conference. *uy War Savings Bonds— C. DELEGATES TO LDED BY MONSKY Bhington, D. C—The three Stes of B'nai B'rith to the Scan Jewish Congress will leaded by Henry Monsky, pent of B'nai B'rith and the jvho brought the Conference being by his convening of pttsburgh Conference of naJewish membership organIs. The other two dele|pf B'nai B'rith will be Sid. Kusworm, Dayton. Ohio, Iwin J. Schanfarber, of Co-, |s, Ohio. Mr. Kussworm Jr. Monsky were two of IB'rith's representatives at ^tsburgh Conference. Women's Supreme CounB'nai B'rith, coordinating B 50,000 B'nai B'rith wofc/ill also have three dele|to the American Jewish Bnce. Heading the distaff %  the B'nai B rith delegaIII be Mrs. Maurice Turner Ucago, president of the 11. a member of the Conferlexecutive committee and Titative to the Pittsburgh pee. The other two delere Mrs. Albert Woldman eland, and Mrs. Ida Cook [of Brooklyn, N. Y. Bern (WNS)—Abrogation of all racial laws in Italy was announced this week by Marshal Pictro Badoglio, according to a dispatch by Stefani, official Italian news agency. A decree issued in Rome by Badoglio provided that: 1—All anti-Jewish legislation is abolished. 2—All persons deprived of Italian citizenship on racial grounds are to have their citizenship restored. 3—All persons imprisoned because they were Jews or because they refused to divorce their Jewish mates are to be freed. The anti-Semitic laws were first introduced in Italy on July 14, 1938 Before that date Mussolir. had reiterated on many occasions that Fascism was not based on anti-Semitism and that the Italian Jews were an integral part of the nation. He reversed his policy, however, after he began to cooperate in military and diplomatic affairs with the Nazis. At the same time it was reported here that four thousand French and German Jews who had been living in comparative safety in Nice since its occupation by Italy, are fleeing towards the Italian mainland for shelter, it was revealed here this week. Simultaneously, an unconfirmed report has been received here that Nazi troops have seized a concentration camp in northern Italy where the Mussolini regime had interned more than 16,000 Jews. According to this report the Nazis transferred all the internees to a concentration camp in Austria in order to prevent their release when Italy is conquered. E JEWS HAVE BEEN SENT TO TEREZIN London (JTA)—Although the possibility of any Jews being deported from Italy is believed tohave been greatly lessened as a result of Mussolini's fall from power, the Pope is doing everything possible to ensure that no such action is taken, it was indicated here this week. Bishop Godfrey, the Apostolic delegate in Britain, told a delegation of the Agudas Israel that Pope Pius has intervened for the Jews. His report, the Agudas Israel representatives stated, allayed fears for the safety of the Jews in Italy and especially for a large number of foreign Jews interned at Ferramorrte. Shortly before he abdicated. Mussolini issued an order conscripting all native Italian Jews x. GEORGE CHERTKOF Nat H. Hankoff, Edward I. Lovitz. Harry Markowitz, Benjamin Meyers. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, I. S. Shapoff. William D. Singer, Alex Van Stratton and Sam Zinkow. Benjamin B. Goldman will serve as secretary and Stanley C. Myers. Sam Blank and Monte Selig as ex-officio members. The budget committee will meet again Monday evening and will have under consideration, the application of the newly formed Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. of Miami Beach. !" ,, ,, T • •>."K""K on native nanan jews Geneva (JTA)—All Jews, includ-ifor forced labor, and reports cirlng sick and aged persons. who|culated that he planned to dehad been spared previously, have port alien Jews. These rumors been deported from the cities of Iwere strengthened by the publir Munich and Cologne to the fortstatements of high Fascist offiress town of Terezin in Czecho-1 cials who attacked the Jews and Slovakia, which the Nazis have;blamed them for the bombing \f converted into a vast detention Rome, camp for tens of thousands of Jews, it is reported in private advices received here this week. Jews have been dwelling in the city of Munich since early in the 13th Century and before the' Nazis came to power the Jewish population of the city was over 10.000. Since then it has steadily declined as a result of deaths and deportations and it is believed that only a few hundred persons were in the group deported to Terezin. were about 19.000 Jew. living in \7 ^ortmg Ihe^ma orTty^of Cologne, but many thousands them. Jan de Hartog well known few L vea C rs n P ^ lasl D "<^ author and aWorofT icw years. | underground in the Netherlands !" n same re P. rt discloses that told the Jewish Telegraphic Agen 18,000 persons classified by the C y this week. OUSTER OF JEWS IS OF Nazis as "Jews" are still living in Berlin. Thx-se Jews are married to "Aryans," and were perJEWS HOLD PRAYERS FOR VICTORY AT OREL SMUTS HAILS JEWISH AID TO ALLIED EFFORT Johannesburg, South Africa, (WNS) — Prime Minister Jan Christian Smuts, in a message to the annual conference of the Zionist Federation in South Africa this week, declared that "the Jews have heloed us to victory in the war. Help us to victory in the peace and your reward will be a world free of persecution, a world in which Jewry will regain Zion." Prime Minister Smuts paid tribute to the great contributions Jews throughout the world have made to the Allied war effort. The conference adopted resolutions condemning the White Paper policy in Palestine, and asking aid for the Jews in Europe. Zurich (J T A)—Forty Jews were arrested in Bucharest on the charge they had engaged in anti-Axis activities, it was reported this week by DNB, the official German news agency. London (WNS)—A cabled report received here this week from Kuibyshev reveals that last Saturday hundreds of Jews in that city gathered at the ancient synagogue there to offer prayers for the Russian victories at Orel. Simultaneously, it was reported that the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee at Kuibyshev has received new documentary evidence confirming earlier reports that when the Nazis occupied the Caucasus they slew almost the entire Jewish population there. Among the executed were two former professors of the University of Leningrad. A third professor. Dr. Hertzberg, committed suicide at his home when he learned that he was slated to face the Nazi firing squad. NAZIS BLAME JEWS FOR FALL OF ITALY FASCISM Ankara, (WNS) —The Berlin radio was heard here this week charging that the Fascist regime in Italy fell because of its leniency towards the Jews. The Berlin broadcaster stated that the failure of the Fascist regime in Italy to solve the Jewish problem as "radically" as the Nazis did, enabled the Jews of Italy to intrigue against Mussolini and to cause his ultimate downfall. De Hartog. who just reached Britain, stated that the deporta. tions of the Jews were carried mitted to remain in the Gerout without "any elemental h£man capita through the inter' m a n feelings." JewishSen* vention of their non-Jewish re-'were drauaed fr,m Tnl^„ ? atives Most of these are amwS' ta^ita^to I d^t& played on farms in the rural area centers although they were st? surrounding Berlin, but fears under the effects of the ^naeO have been expressed recent y thetic he renorted J.J 5. %c s that they, may all be deported known of Zmenwho werc a? soon, the i nformation state s. rested while in the throws of PRESIDENT LAUDS AZA A ^dont ^S^*?*, FOR MAIL CONVENTION krgS^eSB £i£L& 'scenes, de Hartog said in an attempt to discredit the Jewish population in the eyes of their fellow citizens, the Nazis Washington — President Roosevelt, Prime Minister Mackenzie King of Canada, Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr refrain from deporting' and Joseph B. Easttman. chief l wea thy Jews ^JKJJL .U Scout executive of the Bo* 'point as evince thsS^Shi fil2 Scouts; and Henry Monsky, pres-'can buy evwythinawXf SlE ident of Bna. Bnth. are among | money." he dJcIoseT T^^ the notables who this week paid and other devices hoVevor%S tribute to Aleph Zjd* AES no on, the unTerg^nT^eaS -lAri^A j .i "'""inuuna leader a sfn£ nd th D u V* do not miss straWh opportunit y to demonJews ^""/ympathy with the Jews. The few remaining Jew* fttL i„ no n-Jewish friends and Jews Cr V1SU the nomes oi the tirT h< L NaZis are di nantling enEL'SK** .* h .i ch .deported B'nai B'rith youth organization, for its patriotic example in calling off its national convention and replacing it by a "convention by mail" in oder to relieve the nation's transportation system of the burden of carrying 500 delegates who normally would travel some 1,000.000 miles round trip. Stephen S. Early, President! Jews andMother Holl^ dep ?rte 5 Roosevelt's secretary, wrote the!and are senSing them*2L £ ed AZA that "the President is glad with all furnishlnis To SS&T to hear of your plans to conserve Omn^IiLvS Ks to cities i transportation resources and facilities by holding a national war service convention by mail, instead of a general assembly. He sends his hearty greetings to all who participate, with best wishes that the convention will further the war effort and thereby hasten victory." Se nl a ^rH n0tS have added to come 5 Brds l J rgmK Dutchmen to worts.^ r \ n Germany th£ vigour Smet." GenMBy and Buy War Savings Bondi. i



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1943 JmIsii fhrkUan ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST The election meeting of delegates to the Zionist Convention was enthusiastic. Dr. Z. I. Sabshin brought in the names of nominees while others were named from the floor. The election resulted in the choice of Dr. M. A. Lipkind, Jacob Lurie, Z. I. Sabshin, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, and Daniel Broad, making the six delegates who are authorized to speak for this district. Alex Van Stratton was selected as alternate. The Zionist Cultural Forum will have its second session Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the patio of Dr. Wolf son's former Spinoza Forum location, Collins and 11th St. Max Meisel will be speaker and his subject is "The Hebrew University." Centering around the 25th anniversary of the founding of this institution on Mount Scopus, a forum will follow the talk. The Beach district was signally honored by the Southeastern Zionist Region through the selection of President PIONEER WOMEN PAGE THREE CARDIAC HOME The Russian Kretchme, presented by the Pioneer Women's HUKle. Organization recently under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Dorf of Miami Beach and New Jersey, proved a financial success. Much praise was given the chairman of the committee, Mrs. Lena Minttzes, who expressed her thanks at the gathering to the workers that made the affair possible and to the public for its generous support. A cake sale to raise funds for the Crippled Children's Home of Umatilla, Fla., will be held by Anna Miller Circle of Miami Beach from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Friday at 27th St. and Alton Rd. Chairman, Mrs. Joseph Thery, will be assisted by Mrs. Ralph Phillips, Mrs. Arthur Triester, Mrs. Samuel Cohen, Mrs. Sid White, Mrs. Ray Franks. Mrs. Simon and Mrs. Joseph BRITISH PAPER FLAYS U S. AND GREAT BRITAIN BRIS I. W. V. AUXILIARY Broad to be the delegate to represent the Region. This distinction usually goes to the head of that district which has made the most notable contribution to the Zionist program in the entire regional area. Because of the great membership strides and the large sums contributed to the Jewish National Fund, the Miami Beach Zionist district was outstanding and through distinguishing itself, its president was chosen as the delegate to represent the interests of the Southeastern Zionist Region at the Zionist National Convention. Buy Stamps and Bonds. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, has been active in securing furniture for the day room of the WACS post at the Homestead Army airfield. This recreation room is for off duty pleasure and through the generous donations of Miamians is almost ready for use. The remaining item most needed is a piano. Any < f ie having one or knowing where one could be obtained is asked to contact Mrs. Minnie Kline, at rt P ,l d 2 1025 actin President. The bris of Steve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chaikin, took place Monday. BEACH COM. CENTER The regular Tuesday evening dance and entertainment given by the Miami Beach Jewish Center for men in the Armed Forces were served refreshments provided through the generosity of Mrs. Marie Balaban, 1334 Washington Ave. Hostesses were Mrs Esther Levy and Mrs. Bloom. This was in memory of Mrs Marie Balaban's father's anniversary. FLORIDA EDUCATION IS PITIFULLY INADEQUATE Psychology, education and the usually required subjects for teacher training are pitifully inadequate according to Florida educators who have completed the "Hand Book on Interneship" written by a committee of three in Tallahassee and which will be off the press Sept. 1. Miss Malvina Weiss, Miami Beach, a teacher in Central Beach elementary school, was one of the committee, serving with Dr. R. L. Goulding, demonstration school, Florida State College for Women, and Mrs. Eulah Johnson of Deland. Miss Weiss is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weiss, pioneer Miami Beach residents. She has just returned from Tallahassee and will spend the rest of her vacation period here. London (JTA)—If the American and British governments "really had their heart in the job" of rescuing the refugees in Nazi Europe, something could have been accomplished by now, the influential Manchester Guardian states this week, commenting on the debate in the House of Lords this week on the refugee problem. Tel Aviv (JTA)—A demand for governmental assistance to Jewis agriculture in Palestine in order that the country might be made self-sufficient, was voiced this week in a resolution adopted at the closing session of the conference of Jewish Farmers here. HUNGARY REFUSES TO ISSUE VISAS FOR JEWS London (WNS)—The Hungarian government has issued instructions to its consulates in Italy not to grant visas to Hungarian Jewish citizens in Italy who desire to return to their native country, it was reported here this week Hungary, said the report, is determined to keep out all Jews who had left the country either voluntarily or otherwise. Rawlixm! t. Upholstery. Slip COTM ad Drapery Shop* Complete Lin* of Exclusive Decorative Fabrics 35 N. W. lit St. Ph. 3 MM PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MART SCHREBNICK, Representative Beth El Sisterhood sponsored a card party Wednesday evening at Schwartzburg Hall with Mrs. M. A. Dubbin as hostess. A dance for service men was held at Scher Memorial Hall Sunday night under the sponsorship of the local B'nai B'rith Lodge. ian, left Sunday for Henderson ville, N. C, where they will spend! a month's vacation. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. ffrfSSff/W*"""* ,„mtitit't< f,f tt0k WANTAGES of a HAIIE FEBEtiL MORTGAGE v • L OW RATES • EASY PAYMENTS • LONG TIME TO PAY • PROMPT SERVICE • A HOME INSTITb flON Deal With YourLOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVBR $7,000,000 lAIE FEDERAL I JOSEPH M. UPTON. PRESIDENT W/MJ/MM/MW—'" %  •"-RED CROSS ACTIVITY IS STEPPING UP INTEREST With the steady return of vacationists from the north an increase of Red Cross activity has been noted at the Trail Sewing and Knitting Center, 1890 S. W. 8th St., directly across the street from Carl's Market. The Center is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Materials for men's women's and children's garments and wool for knitting are given out for completion in the home to those who cannot spend time at the Center. To help fill the large quota required by the local Red Cross Chapter, many more volunteer workers are needed. Mrs. Louis Kotkin is chairman of this center, Mrs. Herman Barnett, vice-chairman and Mrs. Dave Kleber production supervisor. In the absence of Rabbi Greenstein who is vacation. Dan Goodman and A. Shokoff conducted the services Friday evening at Beth El. The numerous friends of Judge C. E. Chillingworth were glad to learn of his promotion to the rank of commander. Following the short services Friday night of Reform Congregation, Beth Israel, a reception was tendered to the SPARS, service men and their wives. A social hour followed and refreshments were served by the Sisterhood to the two hundred present. Pfc. Cy Shupler, who received an honorable discharge from Camp Forrest, Tenn., is at tht home of his parents, Mr. ana), Mrs. Joseph Schupler, 3101 Washington Rd. Mrs. Fanny Ryder, president of Beth El Sisterhood, and son. JulMr. and Mrs. Jack Kapner returned from a four week vacation in New York and the Care" linas. For the Beat 1B Dairy Products ALFAR. CRLAMERY CO. WEST PALM BEACH MILK— CREAM—ICE CRCAM S COMMUNITY CENTER IS BOND ISSUING AGENCY The Miami Beach Jewish Community Center has been chosen to become an issuing agency for United States War Bonds and is now in a position to deliver War Bonds immediately. Claude L. Hemphill, associate administrator of Florida War Savings Staff, has appointed Daniel M. Broad, executive secretary of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, as vice chairman in charge. This is a notable distinction and a move that should bring added impetus to the efforts of the Miami Beach community towards supplying the funds to, buy the necessary sinews of war. Each bond carries the name of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center on its face. Bonds may be bought at the Center at night, at all hours, with immediate issuance made possible. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHED 1893 BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. 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PAGE FOUR 9-Jewlstnwktkui *Jems/i Florid tin PLANT AND MAIN %  1 S. W. SECOND P. O. BOX 2973 OFFICES AVENUE PHONE 2-1141 Fred K. Shochtt Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Month*. $1.00 fettered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1940, at the Post Office of Miami Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AUGUST 6, 1943 AB 5, 5703 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 32 CITIZENS OF MIAMI!! The Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee through its WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE appeals to you, the parents, relatives and friends, to furnish it IMMEDIATELY the names of your dear ones serving in the Armed Forces of our country. The Army and Navy Service Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board are now compiling the service record of every Jewish man and woman in service. Special forms are available to you from their local committee which will forever serve as the permanent record of the Jewish contribution to our country in World War No. Two. It is now six months since this committee has undertaken to bring our War Records up to date for all men and women from Dade County who are now in one of the branches of our Armed Forces. It is regrettable that the lack of interest by the Jewish citizens of Dade County is very discouraging to the committee who is devoting much time in this most important of undertakings. They now have a small percentage of completed cards in their files and it is estimated that there are over 1200 Jewish men and women from Dade County in the Armed Forces. IT IS YOUR DUTY AS JEWS AND YOUR DUTY TO YOUR LOVED ONES THAT THEIR NAMES AND WAR RECORDS BE INCLUDED IN THE PERMANENT FILES OF THE NATIONAL JEWISH WELFARE BOARD. If you fail to furnish this information—you, the parents and relatives—will be held directly responsible by your loved ones when their names are not included in the final listing of the Permanent War Record of American Jewry. Almost daily the local War Records Committee receives from National headguarters inquiries regarding certain service men and women from Dade County. The demand is increasing with every day that passes and we plead with you to immediately secure OFFICIAL WAR RECORD CARDS FROM THE LOCAL COMMITTEE, OR YOU CAN TELEPHONE 2-1141 and the cards will be mailed to you, or you may mail the coupon on the Service Parade page of this issue. As chairman of the local committee, Mr. Nat Roth urgently and pleadingly stated: "I am anxious to see that every Jewish name of a service man or woman is included on our record. I am indeed grateful to those of you who are assisting me and plead with all Dade County Jewry to cooperate with our committee in this the most important undertaking, which, when Victory is ours and our loved ones return, we SHALL FOREVER HAVE A WEAPON THAT WILL COMBAT ANY QUESTION OF THE PATRIOTISM OF AMERICAN JEWRY." THE CONFERENCE There is much food for thought in the speech of Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith, made in Milwaukee during the past week. Speaking on the American Jewish Conference which is shortly to convene to formulate the Jewish program in the ultimate peace plans, Mr. Monsky stressed the fact that the Conference "was not to be a propaganda conference by an attempt to synthesize fundamentals of all viewpoints." It is important to stress this at the present time. The most difficult task facing every group is to look beyond its own particular boundaries. There is an isolationism of thought as well as of territories and Jewish life is not wanting in this group isolationism. We shall have to rise above this to the wider horizons where all Jewish interests fuse into a unity, if the American Jewish Conference work is to have permanent results. Jews have been elected to the conference on this and that ticket. When the delegates enter the Conference, they must forget these partisan labels and think of "Klal Yisroel." Compromises will have to be made between differing viewpoints. Beyond the need of this reasonable mood before beginning the deliberations, it is important that there be much plumbing beneath the surface—much study and investigation. This has become an increasingly complex world and mere good intentions are not enough. There must be the brain as well as the heart. FRIDAY, AUG UST 6, 1943 IV U! WHEREMuct£y, eotvgidentUil •yPHZMkAIL In the background ii a view of the campus of Bellefaire, Cleveland Jewish Orphan Home, the 75th anniversary of whose founding by B'nai B'rith in 1868. was recently observed. In the insets are: Top Row: L. to R. Fred Lazarus, Jr., president of the Bellefaire Board of Trustees; Samuel Wolfenstein, first superintendent of Bellefaire, who served from 1878 to 1913; and Herman Bercu, president of the Bellefaire Alumni Association. Bottom Row: Leon H. Richman, executive director of Bellefaire and the Jewish Children's Home ohf Cleveland, and Daniel Lichtenberg, superintendent of Bellefaire. JEWISH NEWS .... The American Jewish Conference may again be po S (. poned ... A number of its key participants feel that it might be easier to hold the Conference when peace is nearer ... A resettlement Committee for European Jewry, sponsored by the New Zionist Organization, will soon make the headlines Mier Grossman is one of its leaders There are rumors that the opposition to Dr. Weizmann in certain Palestinian circles led by David Ben Gurion is assuming grave proportions Ben Gurion believes that the White Pape r will stand unless heroic measures are taken Weizmann, on the other hand, has confidence in Churchill Since Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver has announced his determination to remain a candidate for the presidency of the Zionist Organization of America, the supporters of Rabbi Israel Goldstein are talking of a compromise slate We are told that had Dr. Silver been given the chairmanship of the Zionist Emergency Committee—a post which Rabbi Stephen S. Wise holds and was ready to relinguish—he would not have considered the ZOA Presidency. WE'RE TELLING YOU .... Notwithstanding Italy's collapse, General Franco is interning more refugees than ever in Spain Because he wants to be holding hostages when the time comes for negotiations Hermann Ullstein, scion of the famous German publishing family, who is now a refugee in this country, has written "The Rise and Fall of the House of Ullstein," and Simon and Schuster have published it One of the conclusions to which he comes is that it was largely through the hesitancy of Germany's liberal newspapers to attack Nazism that Hitler's movement was enabled to come to power Commenting on the downfall of Benito, Milton Berle cracb that it's no news when a King takes a Duce And Harry Hershfield, recalling the story that ghost voices direct Hitler, remarks: "Funny how he hears everybody but Napoleon." READERS'GUIDE .... Pierre van Paasen's articles on Palestine in The Protestant aroused so much attention that The Protestant had to print an extra 20,000 copies Read Joseph Brainin's article in the current issue of Soviet Russia Today ... It is a cloqp of Prof. Michoels and Lt.-Col. Feffer, the Soviet Jewish legates now in this country The delegation's last puSt function in this country, by the way, will be a huge farewell dinner in New York And there's serious talk about a return visit of an American Jewish delegation to the Soviet Union ... It would be timed for some time in 1944 That book "Under Cover," by one Carlson, which Winchell is boosting as a best-seller, will never make the grade ... Its content is stale. SMALLTALK .... Chaim Weizmann's memoirs are making headway • Shalom Asch is not in the best of health Maurice Schwartt wants to direct movies Lazarus Phillips, young Montreal lawyer, is a candidate to succeed the late Peter Berkovitch in the Federal Parliament at Ottawa Patrons of the Diamond Horseshoe, Billy Rose's night spot, don't have to worry about whether the kitchen will be able to supply them with vittles Billy has just closed a deal for about $50,000 worth of poultry and game While the movie version of "This Is The Army" is packing them in Manhattan and points west, the stage version of it is preparing to go "on the road" —to England and Africa Irving Berlin, creator of this hit show, will be in the traveling cast too Also about to leave for overseas, where he will once more entertain American soldiers, is Al Jolson. WITH THE MILITARY .... From California comes the report about a recent cartoon in the Camp Roberts Dispatch Itt shows a Nazi soldier before a billboard that features a man lounging beneath an awning while a bathing beauty serves him something in a tall, cool glass And the caption is: "You, too, can be a prisoner of war Don't delay, surrender today United States Chamber of Commerce" A recent arrival at Camp Roberts, by the way, is Private Mendy Weisgal, son of Meyer W. And Sgt. Hugo Weisgall, Meyer's nephew, last week conducted one of his own compositions at Royal Albert Hall, London Hugo is the son of Baltimore's Cantor Adolph Weisgall Captain William Wyler of the U S. Air Force, who only a few weeks ago was decorated for bravery in action over Europe, is back in Hollywood, where he has returned to his old job of directing a moving picture • Odjhe's now doing a film for his Uncle Sam Dorothy Parker, who cheerfully admits that she'll be passing the half-century mark late this month, tried to enlist in the WAC the other day, only to learn that the 50-year age limit is coming Wjj effect too late to admit her But she's going to try to nna some way of putting her unusual literary gifts in the service of the Women's Army Corps It's Captain Melvyn (screen star) Douglas now And Corporal Mark (composer) W* stein And do you remember Bobby Breen, the little wy who used to sing in the films only a few years ago m pleasing childish treble? He's in the Air Force Now.



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 6, 1943 +Jewlsti florid Inn PAGE FIVE JEWS IN THEARMED FORCES By DR. M. A. LIPKIND Treasurer. Miami Beach Zionist District DUH JEWISH FILM FOLK BY HELEN ZIGMOND Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. LAST WEEK BY MILTON BROWN Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. Aiter the first World War the Jews of Germany, England, Italy, Austria and Australia issued war books in which were presented official records of the number of Jews who served in the armed forces of the respective nations; how many were killed; how many distinguished themselves and how many advanced to high positions. In the United States the American Jewish Committee undertook to issue a similar war book and a substantial sum was subscribed for this purpose, but for reasons unknown such a book never appeared. A documented record of the service American Jews render to their country is desirable, not only as a historical record but also to serve as a refutation of the false rumors and lies that the anti-semites continue to spread among the uninformed population. Jews are accused of lack of patriotism and devotion to their country. In spite of the fact that there is in operation a selective service law which would make it impossible for one part of the population to participate in the war less than any other part, there is talk that Jews avoid joining the army. It may be, therefore, of interest to give a shirt review of the part the Jews play in the present global war culled from an article in the 1943 issue of the Hebrew Almanac published by the Jewish National Fund, Jerusalem. The writer concludes that the part world Jewry Plays in this war is of heroic proportions. More than half a million Jews joined the Allied forces since the outbreak of the war until 1942. Jews were fighting heroically in Poland and France until these countries were overrun by the Nazi hordes. At present there is over a million Jews in the armies of the United States, Soviet Russia and Palestine. In the British Army men called to the colors and volunteered over 50,000 Jews including 8,000 in the Royal Air Force. This number of Jews constituttes about 11 per cent of the entire Jewish population in Great Britain, which is less than 1 per cent of the general population. In the parts of the British Empire which have no conscription laws as in Canada and South Africa, the percentage of Jewish volunteers is higher in proportion to the rest of the population. Jewish volunteers in the Army of South Africa constitute 12% of the whole army, which the Jewish population is less than 5% of the general population. In Rhodesia 65% of all Jews of military age have volunteered. The greatest number of Jewish soldiers are in the Armies of Soviet Russia; about a quarter of a million men. Distinguished Jews in the Allied Forces: There are three Jewish Generals in the British Army: Major Gen. R. Lory, Gen. N. R. Widington, and Brig. Gen. Frederick Herman Kisch, chief engineer of Montgomery's Eighth Army Gen. Kisch was a Palestinian resident and served as head of the Zionist Political Bureau of Palestine. Since this report has been written we learn that Gen. Kirsch fell on the battlefield of North Africa. In the Army of the United States the number of Jews is proportionately high in the army, navy and the air forces. Many Jewish generals in the American Army are mentioned. In Soviet Russia's armies there are many generals. We mention a few of the more prominent ones, as Gen. Stern, Gen. Levov, and Gen. Schneerson, etc. Besides the many generals in the British Army we find a great many Jews who have received decorations. Thirty six officers were decorated for acts of heroism at Dunkerque. In citations for exceptional services in the forces of the Middle East, the Jews occupy a place of honor. The Jew, Raphael De Solo, became famous as the hero of Dunkerque and was given command of a British man-of-war. In the memorable days of Dunkerque, when the entire British Army was in danger of annihilation, De Solo organized a voluntary fleet of ships of every description and took command of them; under a barrage of bombs and bullets from the enemy. He worked day and night and thus saved tens of thousands of soldiers by transferring them to the safety of English shores. Jewish Palestine's Contribution to the War Effort: Palestine has furnished the flower of its manhood to swell the armies of the United Nations. Out of the Jewish population of about 600,000 more than 135,000 men and women have registered for service in all branches of military and civilian defense. About 27,000 have volunteered and axe now serving with the British armies, and supernumerary police; 20,000 are serving with the home guard, settlement police and in other civilian war service. In addition, 36,000 Jewish workers are engaged in war industries, in military construction work and in in(CONTINUED ON PAOB T) Underground sources from Belgium report that German troops can't stomach their own news-reels. They get particularly incensed at the commentators' glowing account of the Russian campaigns. Many were there in person and failed to see the victories related. Their jeers and boos result in arrests. "For Whom the Bell Tolls" should enjoy b.o. prosperity—the Nazis are panning it. Their shortwave radio screamed at Latin America, 'For Whom the Bell Tolls,' a propaganda piece to glorify the Bolsheviks of the Spanish Civil War, opened in New York to great acclaim." Victory over Germany may be months away, but several radio stations already have sold out the entire twenty-four hours following the moment of Germany's unconditional surrender. The anti-Fascist film, "This Precious Freedom," will soon be issued by M.G.M as a two-reel special. Walda Winchell, Walter's pride, could have had a movie contract after her successful screen test if Papa would have given his consent. But he didn't and took her back to New York with him. Ella Baros, the steno who once had the choice of quitting the typeewriter to become a "type," has begun a new career—motherhood. As Mrs. Danny Deutsch she just received a C.O.D. via the Storkline —it's a girl. In July the sixth anniversary of George Gershwin's death was marked with many revivals of his music—also with many anecdotes of his life. Oscar Levant, who knew him better than anyone outside his family, tells of the time he and George travelled together to play a concert. George took it for granted that the lower berth was his. Comfortably ensconced, he looked up at Oscar in the heights and said, "You know this picture represents the difference between genius and talent!" During the research on the Gershwin movie, it was discovered that many of the composer's original manuscripts belong to the estate of the late Duke of Kent, who was an ardent Gershwin admirer. WITH THE111 SPORTS By MORRIS WETNER Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. "INFORMATION PLEASE" See what score you can get in answer to these five questions on sports. (The answers are published here as well.) 1—Who was the first Jewish ball player in the major leagues? 2—Callahan, Berg and Ross have one thing in common aside from the fact that all three came from most orthodox Jewish families. What is it? 3—Lieutenant Dave Smukler was an all-American half back and a star for the Philadelphia Eagles. What made him a cause celebre a few years back? 4—Benny Lorn once tackled his own teammate and for that play was cheered by 90,000 people and became the most talked of man in the country. How come? 5_Who is Stan Chesney and why is he so wellknown to sport fans? Now for the Answers 1—Johnny Kling who made his major league debut in 1900 was the first Jewish ball player in the big time. He was considered the greatest catcher the game knew. Today he is a millionaire owner of the Kansas City Blues. 2—Mushy Callahan, Jackie Kid Berg and Barney Ross were the numbers 1, 2 and 4 holders of the junior welterweight title of the world. Berg beat Callahan and lost to Canzoneri—No. 3, and Ross avenged Berg's defeat. 3 Smulker gave up football and a ten thousand a year contract so that he would not become "a football bum." He entered the army when the services paid 21 bucks a month. Today is a lieutenant in the air force. 4 Lom tackled Roy Rigeels in the Tournament of Roses Bowl game fifteen years ago when Riegels picked up a fumble and ran the wrong way. Lom sprinted down the field and tackled Roy to stave off a touchdown for the wrong team. 5 Stan Chesney is considered the greatest soccer player in this country. The dapper five foot six inch Jewish athlete is also the inventor of the six men indoor game which was played to a packed house at Madison Square Garden some eighteen months ago. The chief bit of Jewish news of the week was news which was as important and as cheering to the whole world of civilized non-Jews as well. It was the story of the bouncing of Benito Mussolini. As the Italians are reported to have put it, "Benito Finite" The first of the dictators, whom Hitler in his early days emulated, has gone. It is worth while noting that Mussolini, in the first years of his assumption to power, while like all dictators denying the people their rights, was not anti-Semitic. That is to say, the Jews of Italy were deprived of the same rights as the other Italians— no more and no less. It was from Hitler that Mussolini was to take lessons in anti-Semitism. In that respect he did not quite make the grade with Hitler, for the Italians were almost entirely unschooled in anti-Semitism, whereas in Germany, Hitler had only to appropriate whole philosophies of anti-Semitism which had been developed by German thinkers. Anti-Semitism had become a science in Germany long before Hitler's days. Norti^.'jxica has been cleared of the scoundrels and ItoM '4&ext to get the scouring. In Jerusalem, the KabbanuS were quick to point out that the bombing of Rome, which preceded and probably helped to bring about the fall of Mussolini, took place on the 17th of Tamuz, which is a fast day still observed by pions Jews, marking the beginning of the siege of Jerusalem by the Roman legions, which ended in the destruction of the Holy City and the Jewish nation in Palestine. In a week or so, there will take place the fast of the Ninth of Ab and perhaps the pious mystics of Israel will be able to add to the coincidences, which to their minds evidence Divine retribution for the past misdeed of tyrants as well as those of today. All Jews if Munich and Cologne, says a report this week from Geneva, have been deported to the fortress town of Terezin in Czechoslovakia. This report, which in the earlier days of the war would have caused us to grieve, somehow affects us lesss profoundly today. Doubtless the lot of such deported Jews is miserable to the last degree, but we cannot believe that the fate of the German Aryans in Cologne and Munich these days can be very much better. The people of Cologne ought to have a pretty good idea by now what hell is like. The Germans, it appears, will not have to wait 2,000 years for retribution for their sins. They are getting it now. According to one estimate, the city of Hamburg in two days of bombing last week was showered with almost as much explosives as the Germans showered on London in the ninety days of their blitz on London. President Hoover came within the purview of Jewish news this week with his proposal that a haven for Jewish and other refugees be established somewhere in Africa. There have been many proposals for such settlements in Africa. The Zionists in the days of Theodore Herzl were greatly agitated over a proposal to establish a Jewish homeland in Uganda. Most of these proposals are motivated by the desire to eliminate the trouble over the Arab factor, which exists in Palestine. The trouble, however, is that if the Arab factor is absent, there is generaly some other factor which is quite as disturbing. In some places it is the climate. In other cases it is the reluctance of the governing authorities to permit a Jewish settlement, though there is plenty of land for such a settlement. This week it was reported that the government of Western Australia has given official approval to a project providing for the establishment of a large scale Jewish settlement in the Kimberly region. The government of the Commonwealth has, however, thus far withheld its approval, because the Kimberly area is within the theater of military operations. This week there died Josiah Wedgwood, a member of the House of Commons for many years, who a few years ago was raised to the English Peerage. The Jews had few as devoted Christian friends as Lord Wedgwood and the Zionists had no stauncher supporter than he. It was Wedgwood who proposed that Palestine be established as a Jewish state and as one of the dominions of the British Empire. He wrote a book on the subject called "The seventh Dominion." Coming from one of the most aristocratic families of England as well as one which had always manifested a deep interest in the lot of the under-privileged, Wedgwood spoke out boldly time and again against the hostile attitude of the English Colonial office to Jewish Palestine. Most of the great Jewish centers of Poland and the ghettos established by Hitler when he first came into Poland have disappeared. Perhaps soon, with the fall of Italy, we shall know just what happened to the Jews of Europe.


FRIDAY. AUGUST 6, 1943
+Jewlsti florid Inn
PAGE FIVE
JEWS IN THEARMED FORCES
By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
Treasurer. Miami Beach Zionist District
DUH JEWISH FILM FOLK
BY HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
LAST WEEK
BY MILTON BROWN
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
Aiter the first World War the Jews of Germany,
England, Italy, Austria and Australia issued war
books in which were presented official records of
the number of Jews who served in the armed forces
of the respective nations; how many were killed;
how many distinguished themselves and how many
advanced to high positions.
In the United States the American Jewish Com-
mittee undertook to issue a similar war book and a
substantial sum was subscribed for this purpose,
but for reasons unknown such a book never ap-
peared.
A documented record of the service American
Jews render to their country is desirable, not only
as a historical record but also to serve as a refuta-
tion of the false rumors and lies that the anti-sem-
ites continue to spread among the uninformed pop-
ulation. Jews are accused of lack of patriotism and
devotion to their country. In spite of the fact that
there is in operation a selective service law which
would make it impossible for one part of the popu-
lation to participate in the war less than any other
part, there is talk that Jews avoid joining the army.
It may be, therefore, of interest to give a shirt
review of the part the Jews play in the present global
war culled from an article in the 1943 issue of the
Hebrew Almanac published by the Jewish National
Fund, Jerusalem.
The writer concludes that the part world Jewry
Plays in this war is of heroic proportions. More than
half a million Jews joined the Allied forces since the
outbreak of the war until 1942. Jews were fighting
heroically in Poland and France until these coun-
tries were overrun by the Nazi hordes. At present
there is over a million Jews in the armies of the
United States, Soviet Russia and Palestine.
In the British Army men called to the colors and
volunteered over 50,000 Jews including 8,000 in the
Royal Air Force. This number of Jews constituttes
about 11 per cent of the entire Jewish population in
Great Britain, which is less than 1 per cent of the
general population.
In the parts of the British Empire which have no
conscription laws as in Canada and South Africa,
the percentage of Jewish volunteers is higher in pro-
portion to the rest of the population.
Jewish volunteers in the Army of South Africa
constitute 12% of the whole army, which the Jew-
ish population is less than 5% of the general popu-
lation. In Rhodesia 65% of all Jews of military age
have volunteered. The greatest number of Jewish
soldiers are in the Armies of Soviet Russia; about
a quarter of a million men.
Distinguished Jews in the Allied Forces: There
are three Jewish Generals in the British Army: Ma-
jor Gen. R. Lory, Gen. N. R. Widington, and Brig.
Gen. Frederick Herman Kisch, chief engineer of
Montgomery's Eighth Army Gen. Kisch was a
Palestinian resident and served as head of the Zi-
onist Political Bureau of Palestine. Since this re-
port has been written we learn that Gen. Kirsch
fell on the battlefield of North Africa.
In the Army of the United States the number of
Jews is proportionately high in the army, navy and
the air forces. Many Jewish generals in the Ameri-
can Army are mentioned. In Soviet Russia's ar-
mies there are many generals. We mention a few
of the more prominent ones, as Gen. Stern, Gen.
Levov, and Gen. Schneerson, etc.
Besides the many generals in the British Army
we find a great many Jews who have received dec-
orations. Thirty six officers were decorated for acts
of heroism at Dunkerque. In citations for excep-
tional services in the forces of the Middle East, the
Jews occupy a place of honor.
The Jew, Raphael De Solo, became famous as
the hero of Dunkerque and was given command of
a British man-of-war. In the memorable days of
Dunkerque, when the entire British Army was in
danger of annihilation, De Solo organized a volun-
tary fleet of ships of every description and took com-
mand of them; under a barrage of bombs and bul-
lets from the enemy. He worked day and night and
thus saved tens of thousands of soldiers by transfer-
ring them to the safety of English shores.
Jewish Palestine's Contribution to the War Effort:
Palestine has furnished the flower of its manhood
to swell the armies of the United Nations. Out of
the Jewish population of about 600,000 more than
135,000 men and women have registered for service
in all branches of military and civilian defense.
About 27,000 have volunteered and axe now serv-
ing with the British armies, and supernumerary
police; 20,000 are serving with the home guard, set-
tlement police and in other civilian war service. In
addition, 36,000 Jewish workers are engaged in war
industries, in military construction work and in in-
(CONTINUED ON PAOB T)
Underground sources from Belgium report that
German troops can't stomach their own news-reels.
They get particularly incensed at the commentators'
glowing account of the Russian campaigns. Many
were there in person and failed to see the victories
related. Their jeers and boos result in arrests.
"For Whom the Bell Tolls" should enjoy b.o.
prosperitythe Nazis are panning it. Their short-
wave radio screamed at Latin America, 'For
Whom the Bell Tolls,' a propaganda piece to glo-
rify the Bolsheviks of the Spanish Civil War, opened
in New York to great acclaim."
Victory over Germany may be months away,
but several radio stations already have sold out
the entire twenty-four hours following the moment
of Germany's unconditional surrender.
The anti-Fascist film, "This Precious Freedom,"
will soon be issued by M.G.M as a two-reel special.
Walda Winchell, Walter's pride, could have had
a movie contract after her successful screen test if
Papa would have given his consent. But he didn't
. and took her back to New York with him.
Ella Baros, the steno who once had the choice
of quitting the typeewriter to become a "type," has
begun a new careermotherhood. As Mrs. Danny
Deutsch she just received a C.O.D. via the Storkline
it's a girl.
In July the sixth anniversary of George Gersh-
win's death was marked with many revivals of his
musicalso with many anecdotes of his life. Os-
car Levant, who knew him better than anyone out-
side his family, tells of the time he and George
travelled together to play a concert. George took
it for granted that the lower berth was his. Com-
fortably ensconced, he looked up at Oscar in the
heights and said, "You know this picture represents
the difference between genius and talent!"
During the research on the Gershwin movie, it
was discovered that many of the composer's origin-
al manuscripts belong to the estate of the late Duke
of Kent, who was an ardent Gershwin admirer.
WITH THE111 SPORTS
By MORRIS WETNER
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
"INFORMATION PLEASE"
See what score you can get in answer to these
five questions on sports. (The answers are pub-
lished here as well.)
1Who was the first Jewish ball player in the
major leagues?
2Callahan, Berg and Ross have one thing in
common aside from the fact that all three came from
most orthodox Jewish families. What is it?
3Lieutenant Dave Smukler was an all-American
half back and a star for the Philadelphia Eagles.
What made him a cause celebre a few years back?
4Benny Lorn once tackled his own teammate
and for that play was cheered by 90,000 people and
became the most talked of man in the country.
How come?
5_Who is Stan Chesney and why is he so well-
known to sport fans?
Now for the Answers
1Johnny Kling who made his major league de-
but in 1900 was the first Jewish ball player in the
big time. He was considered the greatest catcher
the game knew. Today he is a millionaire owner
of the Kansas City Blues.
2Mushy Callahan, Jackie Kid Berg and Barney
Ross were the numbers 1, 2 and 4 holders of the
junior welterweight title of the world. Berg beat
Callahan and lost to CanzoneriNo. 3, and Ross
avenged Berg's defeat.
3__Smulker gave up football and a ten thousand
a year contract so that he would not become "a
football bum." He entered the army when the
services paid 21 bucks a month. Today is a lieu-
tenant in the air force.
4__Lom tackled Roy Rigeels in the Tournament of
Roses Bowl game fifteen years ago when Riegels
picked up a fumble and ran the wrong way. Lom
sprinted down the field and tackled Roy to stave off
a touchdown for the wrong team.
5__Stan Chesney is considered the greatest soc-
cer player in this country. The dapper five foot
six inch Jewish athlete is also the inventor of the
six men indoor game which was played to a packed
house at Madison Square Garden some eighteen
months ago.
The chief bit of Jewish news of the week was
news which was as important and as cheering to
the whole world of civilized non-Jews as well. It
was the story of the bouncing of Benito Mussolini.
As the Italians are reported to have put it, "Benito
Finite" The first of the dictators, whom Hitler in
his early days emulated, has gone.
It is worth while noting that Mussolini, in the
first years of his assumption to power, while like all
dictators denying the people their rights, was not
anti-Semitic. That is to say, the Jews of Italy were
deprived of the same rights as the other Italians
no more and no less. It was from Hitler that Mus-
solini was to take lessons in anti-Semitism. In
that respect he did not quite make the grade with
Hitler, for the Italians were almost entirely un-
schooled in anti-Semitism, whereas in Germany,
Hitler had only to appropriate whole philosophies
of anti-Semitism which had been developed by
German thinkers. Anti-Semitism had become a
science in Germany long before Hitler's days.
Norti^.'jxica has been cleared of the scoundrels
and ItoM '4&ext to get the scouring. In Jerusalem,
the KabbanuS were quick to point out that the bomb-
ing of Rome, which preceded and probably helped
to bring about the fall of Mussolini, took place on
the 17th of Tamuz, which is a fast day still ob-
served by pions Jews, marking the beginning of the
siege of Jerusalem by the Roman legions, which
ended in the destruction of the Holy City and the
Jewish nation in Palestine. In a week or so, there
will take place the fast of the Ninth of Ab and per-
haps the pious mystics of Israel will be able to add
to the coincidences, which to their minds evidence
Divine retribution for the past misdeed of tyrants as
well as those of today.
All Jews if Munich and Cologne, says a report
this week from Geneva, have been deported to the
fortress town of Terezin in Czechoslovakia.
This report, which in the earlier days of the war
would have caused us to grieve, somehow affects
us lesss profoundly today. Doubtless the lot of
such deported Jews is miserable to the last degree,
but we cannot believe that the fate of the German
Aryans in Cologne and Munich these days can be
very much better. The people of Cologne ought to
have a pretty good idea by now what hell is like.
The Germans, it appears, will not have to wait
2,000 years for retribution for their sins. They are
getting it now. According to one estimate, the city
of Hamburg in two days of bombing last week was
showered with almost as much explosives as the
Germans showered on London in the ninety days
of their blitz on London.
President Hoover came within the purview of
Jewish news this week with his proposal that a hav-
en for Jewish and other refugees be established
somewhere in Africa.
There have been many proposals for such set-
tlements in Africa. The Zionists in the days of
Theodore Herzl were greatly agitated over a pro-
posal to establish a Jewish homeland in Uganda.
Most of these proposals are motivated by the de-
sire to eliminate the trouble over the Arab factor,
which exists in Palestine. The trouble, however,
is that if the Arab factor is absent, there is generaly
some other factor which is quite as disturbing. In
some places it is the climate. In other cases it is the
reluctance of the governing authorities to permit a
Jewish settlement, though there is plenty of land
for such a settlement.
This week it was reported that the government
of Western Australia has given official approval to
a project providing for the establishment of a large
scale Jewish settlement in the Kimberly region. The
government of the Commonwealth has, however,
thus far withheld its approval, because the Kimberly
area is within the theater of military operations.
This week there died Josiah Wedgwood, a mem-
ber of the House of Commons for many years, who
a few years ago was raised to the English Peerage.
The Jews had few as devoted Christian friends as
Lord Wedgwood and the Zionists had no stauncher
supporter than he. It was Wedgwood who pro-
posed that Palestine be established as a Jewish
state and as one of the dominions of the British Em-
pire. He wrote a book on the subject called "The
seventh Dominion." Coming from one of the most
aristocratic families of England as well as one which
had always manifested a deep interest in the lot
of the under-privileged, Wedgwood spoke out boldly
time and again against the hostile attitude of the
English Colonial office to Jewish Palestine.
Most of the great Jewish centers of Poland and
the ghettos established by Hitler when he first came
into Poland have disappeared. Perhaps soon, with
the fall of Italy, we shall know just what happened
to the Jews of Europe.



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• PAGE TWO rjewist Fhrldlan FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1943 PERSONALS Dr Sancl Beer, director of Rivermont Park Sanitarium, returned this week from a short vacation in the mountains near Asheville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte and son, Stuart, will leave Sunday for New York for a short stay. They will be joined there by their son, Marvin, of the U. S. Navy, who is stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Base. From New York the Aptes will vacation at Kiamesha Lake before returningMr. and Mrs. Nat Zalka returned to the city Wednesday after spending two weeks in New York. Miss Dolly Pont left Sunday lor a vacation in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz and children left Thursday for a .six week vacation. Mr. and Mrs Louis Zeientz are spending a two week vacation at White Springs, Fla. Mrs. Louis Heiman and daughter. Mickey Lou, will leave tomorrow for a vacation at Hendcrsonville, N. C. Mrs. Sarah Richardson will leave tomorrow for a visit with her family in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller left this week for a stay at Detroit, Mich. While there the Millers will celebrate their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Mrs Bern ice Greenstein and sun, Barry, will leave tomorrow for Philadelphia where they will be guests of Mr and Mrs. I. Pincus, formerly of this city. Pvt. Greenstein. her husband, is stationed at Camp Dix. Miss Doris Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Miller, will give the welcoming address this evening at the graduation ceremonies of Miami Senior high school. Mrs. Nathan Pritzker who has been spending six weeks in New York and Connecticut, will return to her home, 321 S. W. 9th Ave. Sunday, August 8th. TOWER THEATBE *. W. TM 8T. AT 1Mb AVm. OPEN AT 1:4* P. M. Friday and Matinee Only Saturday. August 6-7 THEY'RE SOLID FROM 'THE NECK UP!"' LAUREL and HARDY &f JITTERBUGS' WITH VIVIAN BLAINE • • • Starts Sat at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Tues. August 7-10 HERE IS GREAT ENTERTAINMENT! "STORMY WEATHER" WITH BILL ROBINSON LENA HORNE FATS WALLER NICKOLAS BROTHERS CAB CALLOWAY and His Band Miss Rosalind Friedman is leaving for the Carolinas for a short vacation. Mr. and Mrs. I. Langer. 2283 S. W. 17th Street, left this week to spend some time with their children in New York City. Mrs. Joe Krugman returned to Miami after a three week vacation in New York. Miss Beatrice Kellner of Washington, D. C, is the house guest of Miss Bernadine Roth. A party was given Saturday evening at the home of Miss Ruth Feingold honoring Miss Kellner and Miss Francis Dash of New York, house Kucst of Miss Feingold. Miss Cynthia Abrams, Reading, Pa., has arrived to visit her cousins, Miss Loretta Gittleman and Mrs. Sam Weiner. 2469 Flamingo drive. Miss Gertrude Gittleman. mother of the hostesses, has just returned from a visit in Reading. Mrs. Arthur Lavine and Mrs. B>it Klivens have returned from a trip to Blowing Rock, N. C, where they were guests at Mayview Manor. Mrs. Klivens visited her daughter, Jackie Baar, in New York. Mr. and Mis. Charles S. Tobin were hosts last Sunday night at a housewarming party at their new residence, 5231 N. Bay Rd., Miami Beach. Members of the board of directors of Beth Sholom Center and their families were present. Mr. Tobin is chairman of the board. During the evening. Cantor Abraham Friedman entertained with some Palestinian songs. Miss Muriel Fisher, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Fisher, 2301 S. W. 23rd St.. will have as her guest her cousin, Barbara Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bennett of Atlanta. Ga., for a stay of several weeks. Cantor Abraham D. Wolf, of I the Miami Beach Jewish Center, has returned from a six weeks I vacation where he visited his parents in Brooklyn. N. Y. Cantor Wolf spent most of his time stu! dying music and preparing an elaborate program of religious music for the High Holidays. Cantor Abraham Friedman who has held positions in Conservative congregations in New York City. Mt. Vernon, and most recently in Hoboken, N. J.. arrived with Mrs. Friedman last week, to serve Beth Sholom Center. They are temporarily living at the Dorann apartments. Miami Beach. I WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Prodvcto" Dacrc Protects* TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VUit Our Pua aft WOO N. W. 9tad Itmt William Friedman retured this week from a four weeks trip to the North. He visited in New York, New Jersey. Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania. He came home in time to celebrate his birthday with his wife and children. Milton, Sylvia, and Rosalind, and grandson, Ronald. David Honoroff. director of the Miami Beach Apartment association, left Wednesday for Glenview. III., where he will join Mrs. Honoroff for the month of August. Returning they will resume residence at 1239 15th St. Mr. Honoroff is chairman of the bond committee for the Apartment association. BIRTHS Mr and Mrs. Al Green announce the birth of a son Friday, July 30th. The bris will take place today. BAR MITZVAH Saturday morning. Aug. /th the bar mitzvah of Edward Shane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shane. 1568 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach will take place at services at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. WEDDINGS Miss Loretta Gittleman of the Flamingo apartments, will i eaV e Tuesday for New York where she will be married to Lt. (sg.) David Weinburg, U. S. Maritime sen-ice on August 11. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Gittleman and has been a residentt of Miami Beach for seven years. She is a member of the Miami Beach Business Women's League; the Miami Beach Benefit association and the Miami Beach Apartment association. —Buy War Bonds Today— A Message for You from 19?? 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FRIDAY. AUGUST 6. 1943 +Jewisti ncrMlan PAGE SEVEN WITH LOCAL BOYS GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Of The Jewish Welfare Board n r* /* n FRANK MARKS, son of Mr. ,nd Mrs. Charles Marks, is home on a 12 day furlough. Seaman Marks is a radio instructor at the Naval Air Base at Green Cove Springs, Fla. CPL. BOB EPSTEIN, attached to the EngineerCorps at Macdill Field, Tampa, is spending a 10-day furlough at home. SERVICE A COMMUNITY PROJECT Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service r\ n. r* PARADE! JEWS IN ARMIES Word has been received this week that PETE SINGER, a member of the U. S. Army stationed in North Africa, and son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Singer and brother of William D. Singer, has left his hospital bed with health fully restored. Complete information is unavailable. JOSEPH G. GARDNER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gardner, 1225 Ix?nox Ave., received his wings and lieutenant commission as an army pilot at an advanced army air base near Yuma, Ariz. Lt. Gardner was graduated from Miami Beach High School where he was an outstanding football player. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner left today for New York city where they anticipate a reunion with their son. He is expected to fly from Arizona to New York following graduation ceremonies. SGT. HERMAN MARKS. 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks 1752 N. W. 15th St., was graduated from Kingman, Ariz., flexible gunnery school. JOSEPH GREENE. 51 East Flagler St., was graduated from chemical warfare course at Edgewood Arsenal, N. J., and commissioned second lieutenant. ARTHUR STEIN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Stein, 545 West Flagler St., graduated from the aviation radio school at the U. S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville ns an aviation radioman, third class'. **" WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRSQEORQE 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 Bronston. Mra. Max Dobrin, Maurice Grotaman. Louia Helman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitz. Nat Roth. Fred Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle, George Wolpert. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6) dustrial war projects. In the summer of 1941 there were created special Jewish Batallions who serve in the Middle East. These special Batallions include engineers, builders of fortifications and Jewish stevedore companies who serve in different parts of the Libyan desert. One special Batallion, for the supply of water to front line troops, delivered one-half million gallons of water under the worst road conditions working day and night during many months. In the battle of Greece, Crete, Libya, Ethiopia and Egypt, Palestinian Jewish soldiers played a heroic part. Thousands have fallen on the battlefields and many hundreds have been cited and decorated for valor. Jews in the armies of Soviet Russia fight heroically on all front lines, in all branches of the service including the guerilla warfare. In the latter night attacks behind the Nazi lines, Jews, sometimes whole families, avenge the wholesale murder of innocent Jaws by the Sadfctic Nazi invaders. The guerillas dynamite bridges, trains, destroy telephone and electric installations and food supplies of the enemy. Jewish Heroes in Nazi Occupied Countries: In Jugo Slavia there are many Jews in the Jugo Slavian army commanded by General Drago Michaelowitz. who continue to harrass the Nazy army of occupation. In the first days of the Nazi invasion, they have perpetrated mass murders on Siberian Jews, hundreds were taken as hostages and executed. These acts of barbarity provoked the Jews and they joined in great numbers the Chetnicks. About 50,000 Slovakian fighters for liberty are commanded by a young Jewish officer who was a student at the University of Belgrad. The Jewish fighters of Jugo Slavia issue a news bulletin in which they appeal to other Jews to join them. In Holland: In a Holland city two Jewish girls were arrested together with three Dutch girls for planting a bomb in a coffee house frequented by Nazi officers. In Poland: There are many Jews who fight shoulder to shoulder with the Polish underground army. In Slovakia: From credible BEEN ADDED BTG9 ROSLYN HACKER daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker, 410 N. W. 18th Ave., is the first graduate diettitian to be enlisted from Miami as a member of the Army's medical corps. LOCAL BOY LIKES TO HAVE THE FLORID1AN August 2, 1943 The Jewish Floridian, P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida. Dear Editor: Just received and read the first copy of the ^'Jewish Floridian." sent me from home, which I enjoyed reading very much. As a member of the Armed Forces and away from the city, through your paper, I become more familiar with the doings at home and the Jew the world over. I highly recommend this paper to all buddies in the Armed Forces residing in Miami and elsewhere. I'm looking forward to receiving the paper weekly from now on. Very truly yours, Pfc. HY COVERMAN Through the office of Chaplain Harold H. Gordon, AAFTTC, Basic Training Center No. 9, a new activity has been added to the roster of events for soldiers of the Jewish faith. Every Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock, at the Sea Isle Hotel day room, 30th Street and Collins Ave., a discussion group meets to learn and to think through many of the problems on the Jewish scene. The first meeting considered the development of the American Jewish Conference and the possibilities of its future. The ensuing agenda includes: "The Jews of Europe," an account of the report by Phillip Bernstein which appeared in the Nation magazine; "Palestine and its Influence Upon Modern Jewissh Life"; and a discussion on Jewish rituals, "Sabbath Candles." From time to time prominent Jewish personalities in Miami and on Miami Beach will be invited to lead the discussions. The hour before the actual i discussion, 7 through 8 p. m., has | been set aside for those men i who want their voices recorded and mailed to someone at home. I Nathan Rothberg, Jewish Wei| fare Board representative, is responsible for making these scri vices available. Chaplain Gor-! don urges all men to come along to this new activity and bring their buddies. SGT. JACK EVANS FITTED FOR WORK Hotel experience is proving an asset to S. Sgt. Jack Evans. Miami Beach, whose main job now is to supervise the officers' mess at the headquarters of an Eighth Air Force unit in England. Born in a summer hotel owned bv his parents. Sgt. Evans is one of five sons in a family which has been operating hotels for 40 years. His duties in civilian life included the purchase of food and the supervision of its preparation and serving. When he first entered the Army he was assigned to a mess at a station in this country and had charge of procuring rations. His present job involves the supervision of a mess that serves 600 meals daily. He helps plan menus, and since most supplies come across the Atlantic by boat, substitutes often must be provided when rations are delayed. Since this hearquarters operates on a 24-hour-a-day schedule, Sgt. Evans has a round-the-clock job. He often has been jerked out of bed to get a quick snack for men taking part in aftermidnight planning for a Flying Fortress bombardment over Europe the next day. He's cheerful about his job, but just hopes it won't be too long until the war is over and he can marry his best girl. Miss Rhoda Steinberg, Elizabeth, N. J. His parents, and brothers. Mr. and Mrs. I. Evans, operate a hotel in Miami Beach. Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida Name Address (Home). Date of Birth JDate of EnlistmentName of Nearest RelativeAddress Branch of Service Service Address — Tel. No._Relatk>nship_Rank_OutfitPromotions. honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other events or services:. A Miamian has been awarded the red and white Good Conduct ribbon for having served in the Army efficiently and faithfully for one vear. On duty with the United States Fifth Army in North Africa, he is PFC. RUBIN M. DAYAN. son of Meyer Dayan, 166 East Flagler street. Member of 508th Parachute infantry in combat training at Camp Mackall, N. C, is PFC. ROBERT E. UNION, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Union, 1312 Elrado St., Coral Gables. PVT. JACK COURSHON. son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Courshon, has been transferred from the artilelry at Fort Sill., Okla., to the Army Air Forces and is in training at Sheppard Field, Tex. His brother, ARTHUR COURSHON, expects to finish his advanced flight training at Turner Field, Albany, Ga., the last of August and receive his commission in the AAF. sources it is known that hundreds of Jews ran away to the mountains and organized themselves into partisan bands to fight the Slovakian Nazis. MAJOR MARTIN PHILIPSBORN, 34, of Chicago, 111., has been awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action. This is Major Philipsborn's third award. Major Philipsborn received the Silver Star for distinguishing himself in the action at Maknassy, North Africa, on April 4, while seeking information for the First Armored Division's crack unit, combat command B. M. B. ASSOCIATION HAS BEATEN BOND QUOTA Miami Beach Apartment association went over the top in its $193,350-U. S. A. heavy tank-war bond campaign, David Honoroff, drive chairman, announced. "When all of the returns are tabulated it may be said that our association members and friends subscribed more than $200,000," said Mr. Honoroff. I The campaign for a heavy U. S. army tank started June 1 and was concluded Saturday, with apI proximately 1,500 individuals buying series E war bonds. Issuing agencies were the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan I association and the Mercantile | National bank, both at the corner of Lincoln road and Washington avenue. In its efforts to subscribe this large amount the association was actively aided by Max Ozer, chairman, Miami Beach division Dade county committee, and vicechairman Rudy R. Adler and Jake Felt, who arranged entertainment-selling features. Four Miami Beach high school girls — Lillian Farber, Irma Schwartz, Eviva Shedroff and Barbara Frumkes—sold nearly $10,000 war bonds during the campaign. SGT. HARRY L. GOLDBERG, of Toledo, Ohio, has received the Silver Star and the Purple Heart. 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PAGE SK vJewlsti fhrkUan FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, *mmm t mm F 0 0 mmp0 i0m ^ww iimpyin w— THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ ***^*****^******^*** ** ** MO l Home Camp The children of the Home Camp are busy rehearsing for the final review which will be held on Sunday, August 15, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. If the show held a few weeks ago is any criterion, the coming event will by far surpass anything heretofore done by the Campers. We are not at liberty to give you details of any of the acts that will take place on that day as that will detract from your interest. However, you must come and see it to appreciate it. Youth Dances The Swing Teens, an array of youngsters who have been rehearsing at the "Y" for the past several months, were the featured artists at a dance given for teen aged youngsters at the "Y" last Sunday night. Over one hundred boys and girls from 14 to 18 participated in this fine and wholesome project. We have emphasized these youth dances time and again and once more we reiterate the fact that any mother can feel safe to send her daughter to these dances because they are well chaperoned by a committee of women from the Y. W. H. A. Refreshmentts are served and the committee is present at all times. We owe it to these youngsters to give them wholesome recrea1 tion in a fine environment. I These dances are held every Sunday night and something new is [ always in store for those who i attend. OBITUARIES Funeral services for Samuel Malter, 59. Miami Beach merchant who died at his home Sunday, was held Tuesday at Riverside Memorial Chapel with Rabbi Max Shapiro, Beth David congregation, officiating. Malter was a native of Poland and came here 11 years ago. He operated Malters Kosher market and lived at 900 4th St. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Anna Malter, Miami Beach; six sons, Mannie and Robert, Miami Beach; Harry, Sol, William and Murray of New York; three daughters, Mrs. Bertha Freeman. Mrs. Sylvia Fleischer and Miss Edna Malter and a sister, Mrs. Sadie Suscher, all of Miami Beach. BEACH VISITOR HEADS CHARITIES IN NORTH MAX M. OZER Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Ozer. residents of Cleveland, O. are staying at the Versailles Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Ozer is very prominent in communal work and is at present chairman of the Miami Beach division of War Savings staff. He is the organizer of the Coral Gables division of this staff and is working with the Life Underwriters Associa-, tion to secure their services OS a bond sejlirig organization. A vfrsatilh man. Mr. Ozer was very active m sports throughout his youth. At Bucknell University where he was outstanding in football, he played with such greats as Jim Thorpe. Andy Smith and Christy Matheuson and was selected as one of the all time all around United States football players. He also gained recognition as a wrestler although he categoried this as one of his minor sports, i Old time sport fans will remember Max Ozer and his wrestling match with Tom Jenkins for the world's championship. Phillip Homansky, 66. 1012 Everglades Concourse, Normandy Isle, died in a local hospital this week after a brief illness. He came here 18 years ago from Savannah. Ga„ and was engaged in the dry cleaning business. He was a member of Miami Beach Jewish Center. The body was sent by Riverside Memorial chapel to Savannam for services and burial. Surviving are three sons, Morris and Jake of Savannah, and Pete, of New York city; and three daughters. Mrs. Ethel Sheffel and Mrs. Mathilda Freeman of New York; and Mrs. Gladys Anker of Miami Beach. RADIO HOUR Rabbi S. M. Machtei of Beth Sholom Center will be the guest speaker on the Rabbinical Association Hour at 9:15 a. m. on Sunday, over Station WQAM. Cantor Abraham Friedman of Beth Sholom Center will be the soloist. Rabbi Machtei's subject will be "Lamentations." Your Son or Daughter in the Armed Forces — in Camp or Overseas -will welcome a gift subscription to wJemsti Meridian The Jewish Floridian, P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18, Florida. Mail The Jewish Floridian to: Name Address City State As a Gift from: Louis P. Sweetwine, 83. of 1421 S. W. Seventh St., died Sunday at a local hospital. He came here 15 years ago from Detroit and was a retired grocer. Hi' leaves his widow. Mrs. Sarah Sweetwine. Miami; two daughters, Mrs. Catherine Nevins and Mrs. Lena Gudecansen. f'oth of Detroit; a sister. Mrs. Ida Frcid. Jacksonville, and a brother. Herman Sweetwine, Sacramento. Calif. The body was sent to Detroit for services and burial, by the Gordon Funeral Home. Moses Ginsberg, of Brooklyn and Miami Beach, has been named chairman of the Brooklyn division of the recently merged New York and Brooklyn Federations of Jewish Charities, according to Walter Rothschild, chairman of Brooklyn borough activities under the merger. The Brooklyn division is a year-round organization to maintain financial support of 116 affiliated health and welfare institutions. Michael G. Appel, last president of the Brooklyn federation before the merger, is vice-president under the new set-up. In a statement he said: "We are fortunate indeed to j have a leader respected in all Jewish circles, whose life has been consecrated to humanitar| ian projects and whose back' ground is rich in the practical, i everyday problems of the av' erase person." George Z. Medalie, president of the Federation, said: "Mr. Ginsberg has supported the work of the charities in the j borough for many years and he knows at first hand their importI ant services to the well-being of i the entire community, particui larly in maintaining the health and morale of the home front today. Active in Zionist circles, respected everywhere for his religious devotion, a good Brooklynite and a patriotic American, lie commands in his new duties the loyal response of all publicspirited citizens." Mr. Ginsberg is also a large supporter of the Miami Federation. He spends his winters on Miami Beach where he has large business holdings. 1943 BEACH HOTEL OWNFR DIES OF HEART ATTACK Morris Binder, prominent ho. tel owner and resident of AiW Beach for the past ten yX passed away suddenly this S as the result of a heart auTJt suffered last Saturday mor ll Ck while bathing at Fourteen?ft? Owner and operator of a n,, ber of hotels here, together "Sffi his son. A. Fmley, he onenlt^ the Milburn and Clinton^52? | nes until they were turned over to the government for use of th Army air Corp. ne Prior to his settling here h was a resident and property own er at Inglewood, N. j. DS his stay in the North he was act lye in synagogal affairs and m Miami Beach he was a member j of Beth Jacob Cong. ^ I The body was sent to New York I for final services and then to the synagogue of which he was an i onicer in Inglewood for the last | rites and interment in the Ingle wood Jewish cemetery beside the grave of his wife. All members of the family were present at the services last j Tuesday. Surviving him are a son. A. Finley Binder of Miami Beach and Monroe, Virginiaand I four daughters, Mrs. Lily Blum! enkranz, New York; Mrs. Daisy Bernstein, Miami Beach; Mrs Pearl Herman, Cedarhurst, Lone Island and Mrs. Ruth Kaufman Woodmere, Long Island. Buy War Savings Bonds. London (JTA) — The Milan newspaper, Cornere della Sera, has published an editorial asking that the government call back to Italy the prominent Jewish scien. tist. Dr. Angelo Piero Sereni. CANT YOU SLEEP? Mrs. Nannet Wolfe Newman. 46. clubwoman who resided at 746 S. W. Second Stt, died in a local hospital Monday. She served for two years as president of Anna Miller circle associated with the Miami Beach Elks, and raised much funds for charitable and humanitarian purposes as a member of that organization. Surviving are her husband, Samuel A. Newman, and a sister, Mrs. Wolfe Charlson of Barnsboro. Pa. Private services were held with Rabbi S. M. Machtei of Beth Sholom officiating. Name Address City ._. _. State %¡ I enclose $ in Payment %¡ Bill me at the above address. (Check Method of Payment Preferred Rate: $2.00 per Year WEAL EST ATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Sslse and I.HIH BE. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estata garvlca 605 Lincoln Road. 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PAGE FOUR +Jewlsti ncrMkui FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1943 wJewisti fflcriidliidiin PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES II S. W. SECOND AVENUE P.O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 Frd K. Shochet Managing Editor %  ntered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1940, at the Post Office of Miami Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION O ne Year, $200 ^^Ji^M^h^JLOO MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY AUGUST 6, 1943 AB 5, 5703 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 32 CITIZENS OF MIAMI!! The Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee through its WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE appeals to you, the parents, relatives and friends, to furnish it IMMEDIATELY the names of your dear ones serving in the Armed Forces of our country. The Army and Navy Service Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board are now compiling the service record of every Jewish man and woman in service. Special forms are available to you from their local committee which will forever serve as the permanent record of the Jewish contribution to our country in World War No. Two. It is now six months since this committee has undertaken to bring our War Records up to date for all men and women from Dade County who are now in one of the branches of our Armed Forces. It is regrettable that the lack of interest by the Jewish citizens of Dade County is very discouraging to the committee who is devoting much time in this most important of undertakings. They now have a small percentage of completed cards in their files and it is estimated that there are over 1200 Jewish men and women from Dade County in the Armed Forces. IT IS YOUR DUTY AS JEWS AND YOUR DUTY TO YOUR LOVED ONES THAT THEIR NAMES AND WAR RECORDS BE INCLUDED IN THE PERMANENT FILES OF THE NATIONAL JEWISH WELFARE BOARD. If you fail to furnish this information—you, the parents and relatives—will be held directly responsible by your loved ones when their names are not included in the final listing of the Permanent War Record of American Jewry. Almost daily the local War Records Committee receives from National headquarters inquiries regarding certain service men and women from Dade County. The demand is increasing with every day that passes and we plead with you to immediately secure OFFICIAL WAR RECORD CARDS FROM THE LOCAL COMMITTEE, OR YOU CAN TELEPHONE 2-1141 and the cards will be mailed to you, or you may mail the coupon on the Service Parade page of this issue. As chairman of the local committee, Mr. Nat Roth urgently and pleadingly stated: am anxious to see that every Jewish name of a service man or woman is included on our record. I am indeed grateful to those of you who are assisting me and plead with all Dade County Jewry to cooperate with our committee in this the most important undertaking, which, when Victory is ours and our loved ones return, we SHALL FOREVER HAVE A WEAPON THAT WILL COMBAT ANY QUESTION OF THE PATRIOTISM OF AMERICAN JEWRY." fMctfy eorvgldetUiai ByPHINEASL THE CONFERENCE There is much food for thought in the speech of Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith, made in Milwaukee during the past week. Speaking on the American Jewish Conference which is shortly to convene to formulate the Jewish program in the ultimate peace plans, Mr. Monsky stressed the fact that the Conference "was not to be a propaganda conference by an attempt to synthesize fundamentals of all viewpoints." It is important to stress this at the present time. The most difficult task facing every group is to look beyond its own particular boundaries. There is an isolationism of thought as well as of territories and Jewish life is not wanting in this group isolationism. We shall have to rise above this to the wider horizons where all Jewish interests fuse into a unity, if the American Jewish Conference work is to have permanent results. Jews have been elected to the conference on this and that ticket. When the delegates enter the Conference, they must forget these partisan labels and think of "Klal Yisroel." Compromises will have to be made between differing viewpoints. Beyond the need of this reasonable mood before beginning the deliberations, it is important that there be much plumbing beneath the surface—much study and investigation. This has become an increasingly complex world and mere good intentions are not enough. There must be the brain as well as the heart. JEWISH NEWS .... The American Jewish Conference may again be postponed ... A number of its key participants feel that it might be easier to hold the Conference when peace is nearer ... A resettlement Committee for European Jewry, sponsored by the New Zionist Organization, will soon make the headlines Mier Grossman is one of its leaders There are rumors that the opposition to Dr. Weizmann in certain Palestinian circles led by David Ben Gurion is assuming grave proportions Ben Gurion believes that the White Paper will stand unless heroic measures are taken Weizmann, on the other hand, has confidence in Churchill Since Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver has announced his determination to remain a candidate for the presidency of the Zionist Organization of America, the supporters of Rabbi Israel Goldstein are talking of a compromise slate We are told that had Dr. Silver been given the chairmanship of the Zionist Emergency Committee—a post which Rabbi Stephen S. Wise holds and was ready to relinquish—he would not have considered the ZOA Presidency. WE'RE TELLING YOU .... Notwithstanding Italy's collapse, General Franco is interning more refugees than ever in Spain Because he wants to be holding hostages when the tune comes for negotiations Hermann Ullstein, scion of the famous German publishing family, who is now a refugee in this country, has written "The Rise and Fall of the House of Ullstein," and Simon and Schuster have published it One of the conclusions to which he comes is that it was largely through the hesitancy of Germany's liberal newspapers to attack Nazism that Hitler's movement was enabled to come to power .. Commenting on the downfall of Benito, Milton Berle cracks that it's no news when a King takes a Duce And Harry Hershfield, recalling the story that ghost voices direct Hitler, remarks: "Funny how he hears everybody but Napoleon." READERS' GUIDE .... Pierre van Paasen's articles on Palestine in The Protestant aroused so much attention that The Protestant had to print an extra 20,000 copies Read Joseph Brainin's article in the current issue of Soviet Russia Today ... It is a clost-up of Prof. Michoels and Lt.-Col. FeHer, the Soviet Jewish fc gates now in this country The delegation's last puk function in this country, by the way, will be a huge farewell dinner in New York And there's serious talk about a return visit of an American Jewish delegation to the Soviet Union ... It would be timed for some time in 1944 That book "Under Cover," by one Carlson, which Winchell i* boosting as a best-seller, will never make the grade It content is stale. In the background it a view of the campus of Bellefaire, CleveOrphan Home, the 75th annivertary of whose founding by B'nai B'rith in 1868. wa recently observed. In the land Jewish insets are: Top Row: L. to R. Fred Lazarus, Jr., president of the Bellefaire Board of Trustees; Samuel Wolfenstein, first superintendent of Bellefaire, who served from 1878 to 1913; and Herman Bercu, president of the Bellefaire Alumni Association. Bottom Row: Leon H. Richman, executive director of Bellefaire and the Jewish Children's Home ohf Cleveland, and Daniel Lichtenberg, superintendent of Bellefaire. SMALLTALK .... Chaim Weizmann's memoirs are making headway • Shalom Asch is not in the best of health Maurice Schwartx wants to direct movies Lazarus Phillips, young Montreal lawyer, is a candidate to succeed the late Peter Berkovitch in the Federal Parliament at Ottawa Patrons of the Diamond Horseshoe, Billy Rose's night spot, don't have to worry about whether the kitchen will be able to supply them with vittles Billy has just closed a deal for about 550,000 worth of poultry and game While the movie version of "This Is The Army" is packing them in Manhattan and point* west, the stage version of it is preparing to go "on the road —to England and Africa Irving Berlin, creator of this hit show, will be in the traveling cast too Also about to leave for overseas, where he will once more entertain American soldiers, is Al Jolson. WITH THE MILITARY .... From California comes the report about a recent cartoon in the Camp Roberts Dispatch Irt shows a Nazi sol dier before a billboard that features a man lounging beneath an awning while a bathing beauty serves him something m a tall, cool glass And the caption is: "You, too, can be a prisoner of war Don't delay, surrender today • United States Chamber of Commerce" A recent arrival at Camp Roberts, by the way, is Private Mendy Weisgal, son ot Meyer W. And Sgt. Hugo Weisgall, Meyer's nephew, last week conducted one of his own compositions at Royal Albert Hall, London Hugo is the son of Baltimore's Cantor Adolph Weisgall Captain William Wyler of the U. S. Air Force, who only a few weeks ago was decorated for bravery in action over Europe, is back in Hollywood, where he W returned to his old job of directing a moving picture .. • Owf' he's now doing a film for his Uncle Sam Dorothy Park< *' who cheerfully admits that she'll be passing the half-century mark late this month, tried to enlist in the WAC the other day, only to learn that the 50-year age limit is coming in effect too late to admit her But she's going to try to nn some way of putting her unusual literary gifts in the servi of the Women's Army Corps It's Captain Melvyn (screen star) Douglas now And Corporal Mark (composer) oa stein And do you remember Bobby Breen, the little DY who used to sing in the films only a few years ago in pleasing childish treble? He's in the Air Force Now.


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+Jewlsti ncrMkui
FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1943
wJewisti fflcriidliidiin
PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES
II S. W. SECOND AVENUE
P.O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141
Frd K. Shochet Managing Editor
ntered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1940, at
the Post Office of Miami Florida, under
the Act of March 3, 1879
SUBSCRIPTION
One Year, $200 ^^Ji^M^h^JLOO
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY AUGUST 6, 1943
AB 5, 5703
VOLUME 16 NUMBER 32
CITIZENS OF MIAMI!! !
The Greater Miami Army and Navy Com-
mittee through its WAR RECORDS COMMIT-
TEE appeals to you, the parents, relatives and
friends, to furnish it IMMEDIATELY the names
of your dear ones serving in the Armed Forces
of our country.
The Army and Navy Service Division of
the National Jewish Welfare Board are now
compiling the service record of every Jewish
man and woman in service. Special forms
are available to you from their local commit-
tee which will forever serve as the permanent
record of the Jewish contribution to our country
in World War No. Two.
It is now six months since this committee
has undertaken to bring our War Records up
to date for all men and women from Dade
County who are now in one of the branches
of our Armed Forces. It is regrettable that the
lack of interest by the Jewish citizens of Dade
County is very discouraging to the committee
who is devoting much time in this most import-
ant of undertakings. They now have a small
percentage of completed cards in their files
and it is estimated that there are over 1200
Jewish men and women from Dade County in
the Armed Forces. IT IS YOUR DUTY AS
JEWS AND YOUR DUTY TO YOUR LOVED
ONES THAT THEIR NAMES AND WAR REC-
ORDS BE INCLUDED IN THE PERMANENT
FILES OF THE NATIONAL JEWISH WELFARE
BOARD. If you fail to furnish this informa-
tionyou, the parents and relativeswill be
held directly responsible by your loved ones
when their names are not included in the final
listing of the Permanent War Record of Ameri-
can Jewry.
Almost daily the local War Records Com-
mittee receives from National headquarters in-
quiries regarding certain service men and wo-
men from Dade County. The demand is in-
creasing with every day that passes and we
plead with you to immediately secure OFFI-
CIAL WAR RECORD CARDS FROM THE LO-
CAL COMMITTEE, OR YOU CAN TELEPHONE
2-1141 and the cards will be mailed to you, or
you may mail the coupon on the Service Pa-
rade page of this issue.
As chairman of the local committee, Mr.
Nat Roth urgently and pleadingly stated:
am anxious to see that every Jewish name of a
service man or woman is included on our rec-
ord. I am indeed grateful to those of you who
are assisting me and plead with all Dade
County Jewry to cooperate with our committee
in this the most important undertaking, which,
when Victory is ours and our loved ones re-
turn, we SHALL FOREVER HAVE A WEAPON
THAT WILL COMBAT ANY QUESTION OF
THE PATRIOTISM OF AMERICAN JEWRY."
fMctfy eorvgldetUiai
ByPHINEASL
THE CONFERENCE
There is much food for thought in the
speech of Henry Monsky, president of B'nai
B'rith, made in Milwaukee during the past
week. Speaking on the American Jewish Con-
ference which is shortly to convene to formu-
late the Jewish program in the ultimate peace
plans, Mr. Monsky stressed the fact that the
Conference "was not to be a propaganda con-
ference by an attempt to synthesize fundamen-
tals of all viewpoints."
It is important to stress this at the present
time. The most difficult task facing every
group is to look beyond its own particular
boundaries. There is an isolationism of thought
as well as of territories and Jewish life is not
wanting in this group isolationism.
We shall have to rise above this to the
wider horizons where all Jewish interests fuse
into a unity, if the American Jewish Confer-
ence work is to have permanent results.
Jews have been elected to the conference
on this and that ticket. When the delegates
enter the Conference, they must forget these
partisan labels and think of "Klal Yisroel."
Compromises will have to be made be-
tween differing viewpoints.
Beyond the need of this reasonable mood
before beginning the deliberations, it is im-
portant that there be much plumbing beneath
the surfacemuch study and investigation.
This has become an increasingly complex
world and mere good intentions are not
enough. There must be the brain as well as
the heart.
JEWISH NEWS ....
The American Jewish Conference may again be post-
poned ... A number of its key participants feel that it might
be easier to hold the Conference when peace is nearer ... A
resettlement Committee for European Jewry, sponsored by
the New Zionist Organization, will soon make the head-
lines Mier Grossman is one of its leaders There are
rumors that the opposition to Dr. Weizmann in certain Pal-
estinian circles led by David Ben Gurion is assuming grave
proportions Ben Gurion believes that the White Paper
will stand unless heroic measures are taken Weizmann,
on the other hand, has confidence in Churchill Since
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver has announced his determination to
remain a candidate for the presidency of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, the supporters of Rabbi Israel Goldstein
are talking of a compromise slate We are told that had
Dr. Silver been given the chairmanship of the Zionist Emer-
gency Committeea post which Rabbi Stephen S. Wise
holds and was ready to relinquishhe would not have con-
sidered the ZOA Presidency.
WE'RE TELLING YOU ....
Notwithstanding Italy's collapse, General Franco is in-
terning more refugees than ever in Spain Because he
wants to be holding hostages when the tune comes for ne-
gotiations Hermann Ullstein, scion of the famous German
publishing family, who is now a refugee in this country, has
written "The Rise and Fall of the House of Ullstein," and
Simon and Schuster have published it One of the conclus-
ions to which he comes is that it was largely through the
hesitancy of Germany's liberal newspapers to attack Nazism
that Hitler's movement was enabled to come to power ..
Commenting on the downfall of Benito, Milton Berle cracks
that it's no news when a King takes a Duce And Harry
Hershfield, recalling the story that ghost voices direct Hit-
ler, remarks: "Funny how he hears everybody but Na-
poleon."
READERS' GUIDE ....
Pierre van Paasen's articles on Palestine in The Protestant
aroused so much attention that The Protestant had to print
an extra 20,000 copies Read Joseph Brainin's article in
the current issue of Soviet Russia Today ... It is a clost-up
of Prof. Michoels and Lt.-Col. FeHer, the Soviet Jewish fc
gates now in this country The delegation's last puk
function in this country, by the way, will be a huge farewell
dinner in New York And there's serious talk about a re-
turn visit of an American Jewish delegation to the Soviet
Union ... It would be timed for some time in 1944 That
book "Under Cover," by one Carlson, which Winchell i*
boosting as a best-seller, will never make the grade It
content is stale.
In the background it a view of the campus of Bellefaire, Cleve-
Orphan Home, the 75th annivertary of whose
founding by B'nai B'rith in 1868. wa recently observed. In the
land Jewish
insets are: Top Row: L. to R. Fred Lazarus, Jr., president of
the Bellefaire Board of Trustees; Samuel Wolfenstein, first
superintendent of Bellefaire, who served from 1878 to 1913; and
Herman Bercu, president of the Bellefaire Alumni Association.
Bottom Row: Leon H. Richman, executive director of Belle-
faire and the Jewish Children's Home ohf Cleveland, and
Daniel Lichtenberg, superintendent of Bellefaire.
SMALLTALK ....
Chaim Weizmann's memoirs are making headway
Shalom Asch is not in the best of health Maurice Schwartx
wants to direct movies Lazarus Phillips, young Montreal
lawyer, is a candidate to succeed the late Peter Berkovitch
in the Federal Parliament at Ottawa Patrons of the Diam-
ond Horseshoe, Billy Rose's night spot, don't have to worry
about whether the kitchen will be able to supply them with
vittles Billy has just closed a deal for about 550,000
worth of poultry and game While the movie version of
"This Is The Army" is packing them in Manhattan and point*
west, the stage version of it is preparing to go "on the road
to England and Africa Irving Berlin, creator of this hit
show, will be in the traveling cast too Also about to leave
for overseas, where he will once more entertain American
soldiers, is Al Jolson.
WITH THE MILITARY ....
From California comes the report about a recent car-
toon in the Camp Roberts Dispatch Irt shows a Nazi sol
dier before a billboard that features a man lounging beneath
an awning while a bathing beauty serves him something m
a tall, cool glass And the caption is: "You, too, can be a
prisoner of war Don't delay, surrender today United
States Chamber of Commerce" A recent arrival at Camp
Roberts, by the way, is Private Mendy Weisgal, son ot
Meyer W. And Sgt. Hugo Weisgall, Meyer's nephew,
last week conducted one of his own compositions at Royal
Albert Hall, London Hugo is the son of Baltimore's Cantor
Adolph Weisgall Captain William Wyler of the U. S. Air
Force, who only a few weeks ago was decorated for bravery
in action over Europe, is back in Hollywood, where he W
returned to his old job of directing a moving picture .. Owf'
he's now doing a film for his Uncle Sam Dorothy Park<*'
who cheerfully admits that she'll be passing the half-century
mark late this month, tried to enlist in the WAC the other
day, only to learn that the 50-year age limit is coming in
effect too late to admit her But she's going to try to nn
some way of putting her unusual literary gifts in the servi
of the Women's Army Corps It's Captain Melvyn (screen
star) Douglas now And Corporal Mark (composer) oa
stein And do you remember Bobby Breen, the little dY
who used to sing in the films only a few years ago in
pleasing childish treble? He's in the Air Force Now.



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PAGE EIGHT +Jewlsi> ncrlcMan FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1943 %  %  %  BELrGFOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX MO B. W. 17 Ave., Miami JOSEPH H. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi LEWIS GREEN. Sexton Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conducting services and addressing the congregation Saturday morning on "Israel Mourns." Shalosh S'oodoss, 7:00 p. m. Rabbi Rackovsky BETH SHOLOM CENTER 7*1 Hat St., Miami Beach 8. M MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday, 8:00 p. m., Kabbalos Shabbos service. Saturday, 8:30 a. m., service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching on weekly portion. Mincha 7 p. m. followed by class in Pirke Avoth. Service men's Se'udah Shlishis 7:15 p. m., Chaplain Harold H. Gordon presiding. Monday, 7:45 p. m., Tish'oh Tishoh B ob services will take TimsHav Q-\n a n 7uhv!h Place Monday. 7:45 p. m. and BR^, !" Sh h Tuesday 8 a. m., 1:30 p. m. and 7:45 p. m. Mishnah and Jewish Laws and Customs group meets daily at 7:15 and 8.00 p. m. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach ABRAHAM D. WOLF. Cantor Friday, 7:30 p. m., Kabalos Shabos. Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor, and the Center choir will conduct the musical services. Saturday morning, services: Guest Speaker. Saturday Shalosh Seudes 7 p. m. Refreshments and community singing. Daily services mornings and evenings. Tisha B'ab services Monday evening and Tuesday morning. WWWWWVWVWWMMMMMMM^mWWW^ CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 139 N. W. Third Are. 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. Special services will be held on Monday evening. August 9th at 8 o'clock in observance of "Tisha-B'av." During the services Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject. "The Final Destruction." Daily services morning and evening. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wash. Ave. and 3rd St.. Miami Beach MOSES 5JKSCHEI/)PF, Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Saturday 8:30 a. m„ services. Cantor Maurice Mamcnes chanting. Early Sabbath services 7 a. m. Sabbath afternoon services 7:30 p. m. Service men's Shalosh S'oodoss follows. Special Tisha B'ab Services CONG. BETH ABRAHAM •IS N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos, 7:15 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. Tisha B'ab services Monday evening and Tuesday morning. Daily service morning and evening. B'nai B'rith Uffi# N ot e s By Paid Weitxman By MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Guest Columnist The next meeting of the Lodee will take place at Beth David Talmud Torah, 135 N. W IrH sy task & follow Ave ., Miami, on Tuesday Am, hstic footsteps Of 10th. Alexander F. Miller oft j even .f the arnew Florida Re g ional A D L temporary. How-l d irect wi „ be ? speaker ever, I shall limit myself to, Efforts are also & g&Tto ews which should not be too | secure the F B T dirertof intt£ 1 n t %  1 %  %  1 &f e\ -iii r\a ir I i., — • It is no easy in the journa Paul Weitzman rangement is temporary. director, will be guest speaker. 1 much of a Strain on myself Or the i aroa'"tn."annaar nt^Vhi* 1 1 .v.:. 1 is meeting. news readers of this column. |Lf fl all turn out and "giw trieE You have all received notifi-, gentlemen a true Sholfm Loffi cation of the current B nai B nth deception. A social will fouow Subscription I Don 't forget that Miami is the Monday evening and Tuesday' Rin at o'clock SCHAAREI ZEDEK 1*41 8. W. Third St., Miami SIMON .M'RII.. Rabbi Services Friday 7:30 p. m. Sabbath morning services bemorning. Mincha services begin at 6:30 p. m. followed by the study of the Ethics of the Fathers. Tisha B'Ab services Monday evening and Tuesday morning. Daily services morning and evening. Hebrew school 10 a. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL 1J7 N. E. 19th St., Miami COI.J>(AN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi RABHI JACOB H KAPLAN. PhD Rabbi Emeritus Services will be continued at Temple Israel during the sum-! n ,,„ -.__ c mer months on Fridays at 8 15 Buy War Stam Ps and Bonds p. m. with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan NOW and K lv e our men in the officiating. armed forces the help they need. Drive, the mail was anticipated. However, the efforts of several individuals in obtaining subscriptions has been most productive. Thus far hundreds of subscriptions have been received, primarily through the efforts of Mrs. D. Borenstein. Jennie Rotfort. Jake Felt. Lou Heiman and Milton Friedman. If more of our members would cooperate to the extent of sendThe response through | host city for the Florida p £ !" has not been as great as 1 tion of B nai B rith Lodge !" 8 nual convention to be held Labor Day week-end. Come to the meeting on Aug. 10th and hear all the plans. See yo u Tuesday. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned will renter with LLMOST as much a part of most Southern villages ss the Court House, itself, is the bulk storage plant tt the edge of town bearing the old familiar sign: STANDARD OIL COMPANY. Wherever people congregate and work and live, there you will find the tanks, the office and the yard of an Agent of this Company. The Agent is a part of the community. He is neighbor, f lend and fellow-townsman. And to the community HE ir. the Standard Oil Company. Z-'e lives "on the ground." Hi feet are on the ground. And that may explain how it is that Standard Oil can and does keep so close to the interests of every locality it serves. Our aims and actions are deep-rooted in the very soil of every Southern County. The people of the South make the South. We are p-oud to be one of them by reason of our sixty genial years in their midst. BUY MORE WAR BONDS STANDARD OIL COMPANY ^^" t-Aiciu ui semithe ,.|. rk (lf h circuit Court In ami ing in their own subscriptions or j for Dade County. Florida, the flcu. renewals we could go over the top with a bang. With rates of $2.00 per year, or $5.00 for three years of which the Lodge receives 50%. a golden opportunity has been given us to replenish a depleted treasury and carry on the wonderful work of our Order. If you are or have been a subscriber, you may still help us. We get 50'; of all renewals. Send your renewal check to B'nai B'rith. 650 Seybold Bldg. You will be given credit for an additional year from the time your rlous name. NORFOLK HOTEU N. W. Sth Street. Miami. Florida, under which we are engaged in business. DAVID BROWNFAY BROWN 7/28-30 8/6-13-20 Owners IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I lade County. Florida NO. 1.1302 Re: Bstate of 1AM ISA DAY JAY Deci NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice i* hereby given that 1 have flliirt my final report and petition for the subscriptions or renewals 0 f l u,, Ke of Dade County, Florida, for votirsi K M -inrl |.|,nr fri,..,j„ ; approval of said final report and fur rm-rlHtoit J friends 1mfinal discharge as AdntbUatrator of mediately. Not to be outdone, the Auxiliary is also putting on a splendid drive. The ladies are furnishing a day room for the soldiers at the 36th Street Air Base. Soldier morale is vitally important. You can help by donating tables, lamps, rugs, pictures, radio, sofas, chairs, etc. Financial contributions will not be turned down, either. The committee which has been doing wonderful work so far is comP scd of Mrs. Harry Gerstein. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. Mrs. Milton A. Friedman. Mrs. Sam Silver, and Mrs. Richardson. The Auxiliary expresses its deep appreciation to the following who have made donations of money or furniture to date: Paragon Paint Co., Maxwell's. Wometco Theathe Batata of LOUISA DAY JAY. deCe.U*-<| Thta BUI day of July. 1943. „._ OSCAR L JAY. .Sit MAX R S1I.VHK Attorney for Administrator 7/23-30 8,6-1:1-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEItEKY OIVFB4 ••<• the undersigned will register wilt the Clerk of the Circuit Court In ana for Dade County. Florida, the fictiI %  name. BI8CAYNE AIT. HOTEU 1*7 N. E. 6th Street. Miami florida, under which we are engaged in business. DAVID BROWN FAY BROWN Owners 7'23-30 8 6-13-20 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt the under.-iKii.Ml will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dade County. Florida, the flotl_-•— itioiiM name, PERSHING HOTEU !- ttres, Mrs. G. Glatt. Mrs. William N E. it Avenue, Miami Florida. Friedman, Mrs. Belle Berman |ur 1 -r which •• are engaged in husiMrs. George Burney. Incidental' Jy. the boys need a ping pong table. Look in your attic or ga. rage and see whether you can find one. It can be used for no better cause than to cheer up a soldier fighting for you. 23-J0 S/6-13-20 DAVID BHOWN FAY RROWN Own era TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1101 South Andrews Are. ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 5T f0 T 1 ?„2' rT !f*, ocue ervln Hollywood. iLsff A wA t"J\ ?roward Oounij HAMI ..I. HALEVI BARON, Rabbi Services: Friday, 8 p. m. Religious School: Sunday, 10 m. Sisterhood business meeting, Monday, 8 p. m. r Si f te r h ? 0 d night at the Fort Lauderdale Servicemen's Center canteen. Wednesday. 6 to 11 p m NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned will register with the clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dade County, Florida, the fictitious name. MIAMI HOTEU 18* N. W I at Avenue, Miami, Florida, under which we are engaged in business. DAVID BROWN FAY BROWN Owaej* 7,28-tO 8/6-18-to SUr+MYIARK HEALTH RESORT i AMUUCAN KAN KOTO. M4$gUmX HATES 1-n.QRina RIVERMONT PARK aAHTTARIUM isst N. w. 7th at fa. B.TS. •eeeent and elderijr people •25 WEEKLY UP -—Lr. aaautlful Oseuade, NOTICE FOR APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File No. 36722 Notice i.s hereby given that la O hlmler. a married Woman, holder as assignee of City of Miami Tax Certificate Numbered 17028. dated the 8th Day of June. A. D. 19S8 hae filed Mnld Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to laaue thereon In accordance with law. Hnld Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County. Florida, to-wlt: „ l-ot 13. Block 11, Orapeland Revised, Plat Book 3. Paae 19. in the city of Miami, County of Dode. State of Florida. The asnewtment of said property under the Certificate issued waa in the name of Cnknown. Unless said t ertlflcate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue thereMtaf tB8 K, h day of August. A. V. I>ted this 8Ut day of July. A. DE B. I^BATHERMAN. Clerk of circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. By N. <•. WTERRBTT, D. C (Circuit Court Seal) ./I3-30 8'6-13-80 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for I>ade County. Florida, the fictitious name. BROWN HOTBM* Miami, Florida, under which we are engaged In business. DAVID BROWN KAT BROWN Owner* :/3 8/8-13-M-J7



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 6. 1943 +Jewlsti ncrldtori PAGE FIVE [ By DR. M. A. LIPKIND Treasurer. Miami Beach Zionist District After the first World War the Jews of Germany, England, Italy, Austria and Australia issued war books in which were presented official records of the number of Jews who served in the armed forces of the respective nations; how many were killed; how many distinguished themselves and how many advanced to high positions. In the United States the American Jewish Committee undertook to issue a similar war book and a substantial sum was subscribed for this purpose, but for reasons unknown such a book never appeared. A documented record of the service American Jews render to their country is desirable, not only as a historical record but also to serve as a refutation of the false rumors and lies that the anti-semites continue to spread among the uninformed population. Jews are accused of lack of patriotism and devotion to their country. In spite of the fact that there is in operation a selective service law which would make it impossible for one part of the population to participate in the war less than any other part, there is talk that Jews avoid joining the army. It may be, therefore, of interest to give a shirt review of the part the Jews play in the present global war culled from an article in the 1943 issue of the Hebrew Almanac published by the Jewish National Fund, Jerusalem. The writer concludes that the part world Jewry Plays in this war is of heroic proportions. More than half a million Jews joined the Allied forces since the outbreak of the war until 1942. Jews were fighting heroically in Poland and France until these countries were overrun by the Nazi hordes. At present there is over a million Jews in the armies of the United States, Soviet Russia and Palestine. In the British Army men called to the colors and volunteered over 50,000 Jews including 8,000 in the Royal Air Force. This number of Jews constituttes about 11 per cent of the entire Jewish population in Great Britain, which is less than 1 per cent of the general population. In the parts of the British Empire which have no conscription laws as in Canada and South Africa, the percentage of Jewish volunteers is higher in proportion to the rest of the population. Jewish volunteers in the Army of South Africa constitute 12% of the whole army, which the Jewish population is less than 5% of the general population. In Rhodesia 65% of all Jews of military age have volunteered. The greatest number of Jewish soldiers are in the Armies of Soviet Russia; about a quarter of a million men. Distinguished Jews in the Allied Forces: There are three Jewish Generals in the British Army: Major Gen. R. Lory, Gen. N. R. Widington, and Brig. Gen. Frederick Herman Kisch, chief engineer of Montgomery's Eighth Army Gen. Kisch was a Palestinian resident and served as head of the Zionist Political Bureau of Palestine. Since this report has been written we learn that Gen. Kirsch fell on the battlefield of North Africa. In the Army of the United States the number of Jews is proportionately high in the army, navy and the air forces. Many Jewish generals in the American Army are mentioned. In Soviet Russia's armies there are many generals. We mention a few of the more prominent ones, as Gen. Stern, Gen. Levov, and Gen. Schneerson, etc. Besides the many generals in the British Army we find a great many Jews who have received decorations. Thirty six officers were decorated for acts of heroism at Dunkergue. In citations for exceptional services in the forces of the Middle East, the Jews occupy a place of honor. The Jew, Raphael De Solo, became famous as the hero of Dunkergue and was given command of a British man-of-war. In the memorable days of Dunkerque, when the entire British Army was in danger of annihilation, De Solo organized a voluntary fleet of ships of every description and took command of them; under a barrage of bombs and bullets from the enemy. He worked day and night and thus saved tens of thousands of soldiers by transferring them to the safety of English shores. Jewish Palestine's Contribution to the War Effort: Palestine has furnished the flower of its manhood to swell the armies of the United Nations. Out of the Jewish population of about 600,000 more than 135,000 men and women have registered for service in all branches of military and civilian defense. About 27,000 have volunteered and are now serving with the British armies, and supernumerary police; 20,000 are serving with the home guard, settlement police and in other civilian war service. In addition, 36,000 Jewish workers are engaged in war industries, in military construction work and in in(CONTINUD ON PAGE 7) 0UH JEWISH FILM FOLK BY HELEN ZIGMOND Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. Underground sources from Belgium report that German troops can't stomach their own news-reels. They get particularly incensed at the commentators' glowing account of the Russian campaigns. Many were there in person and failed to see the victories related. Their jeers and boos result in arrests. "For Whom the Bell Tolls" should enjoy b.o. prosperity—the Nazis are panning it. Their shortwave radio screamed at Latin America, 'For Whom the Bell Tolls,' a propaganda piece to glorify the Bolsheviks of the Spanish Civil War, opened in New York to great acclaim." Victory over Germany may be months away, but several radio stations already have sold out the entire twenty-four hours following the moment of Germany's unconditional surrender. The anti-Fascist film, "This Precious Freedom," will soon be issued by M.GM as a two-reel special. Walda Winchell, Walter's pride, could have had a movie contract after her successful screen test if Papa would have given his consent. But he didn't and took her back to New York with him. Ella Baros, the steno who once had the choice of quitting the typeewriter to become a "type," has begun a new career—motherhood. As Mrs. Danny Deutsch she just received a C.O.D. via the Storkline —it's a girl. In July the sixth anniversary of George Gershwin's death was marked with many revivals of his music—also with many anecdotes of his life. Oscar Levant, who knew him better than anyone outside his family, tells of the time he and George travelled together to play a concert. George took it for granted that the lower berth was his. Comfortably ensconced, he looked up at Oscar in the heights and said, "You know this picture represents the difference between genius and talent!" During the research on the Gershwin movie, it was discovered that many of the composer's original manuscripts belong to the estate of the late Duke of Kent, who was an ardent Gershwin admirer. WITH It JDK 1 SPORTS By MORRIS WEINER Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. "INFORMATION PLEASE" See what score you can get in answer to these five questions on sports. (The answers are published here as well.) 1—Who was the first Jewish ball player in the major leagues? 2—Callahan, Berg and Ross have one thing in common aside from the fact that all three came from most orthodox Jewish families. What is it? 3—Lieutenant Dave Smukler was an all-American half back and a star for the Philadelphia Eagles. What made him a cause celebre a few years back? 4—Benny Lorn once tackled his own teammate and for that play was cheered by 90,000 people and became the most talked of man in the country. How come? 5—Who is Stan Chesney and why is he so wellknown to sport fans? Now for the Answers 1—Johnny Kling who made his major league debut in 1900 was the first Jewish ball player in the big time. He was considered the greatest catcher the game knew. Today he is a millionaire owner of the Kansas City Blues. 2—Mushy Callahan, Jackie Kid Berg and Barney Ross were the numbers 1, 2 and 4 holders of the junior welterweight title of the world. Berg beat Callahan and lost to Canzoneri—No. 3, and Ross avenged Berg's defeat. 3—Smulker gave up football and a ten thousand a year contract so that he would not become "a football bum." He entered the army when the services paid 21 bucks a month. Today is a lieutenant in the air force. 4—Lom tackled Roy Rigeels in the Tournament of Roses Bowl game fifteen years ago when Riegels picked up a fumble and ran the wrong way. Lom sprinted down the field and tackled Roy to stave off a touchdown for the wrong team. 5—Stan Chesney is considered the greatest soccer player in this country. The dapper five foot six inch Jewish athlete is also the inventor of the six men indoor game which was played to a packed house at Madison Square Garden some eighteen months ago. IT UrrFJHLIST WEEK BY MILTON BROWN Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. The chief bit of Jewish news of the week was news which was as important and as cheering to the whole world of civilized non-Jews as well. It was the story of the bouncing of Benito Mussolini. As the Italians are reported to have put it, "Benito Finite" The first of the dictators, whom Hitler in his early days emulated, has gone. It is worth while noting that Mussolini, in the first years of his assumption to power, while like all dictators denying the people their rights, was not anti-Semitic. That is to say, the Jews of Italy were deprived of the same rights as the other Italians— no more and no less. It was from Hitler that Mussolini was to take lessons in anti-Semitism. In that respect he did not guite make the grade with Hitler, for the Italians were almost entirely unschooled in anti-Semitism, whereas in Germany, Hitler had only to appropriate whole philosophies of anti-Semitism which had been developed by German thinkers. Anti-Semitism had become a science in Germany long before Hitler's days. Nortlf "Africa has been cleared of the scoundrels and Italy is next to get the scouring. In Jerusalem, the Kabbalists were guick to point out that the bombing of Rome, which preceded and probably helped to bring about the fall of Mussolini, took place on the 17th of Tamuz, which is a fast day still observed by pions Jews, marking the beginning of the siege of Jerusalem by the Roman legions, which ended in the destruction of the Holy City and the Jewish nation in Palestine. In a week or so, there will take place the fast of the Ninth of Ab and perhaps the pious mystics of Israel will be able to add to the coincidences, which to their minds evidence Divine retribution for the past misdeed of tyrants as well as those of today. All Jews of Munich and Cologne, says a report this week from Geneva, have been deported to the fortress town of Terezin in Czechoslovakia. This report, which in the earlier days of the war would have caused us to grieve, somehow affects us lesss profoundly today. Doubtless the lot of such deported Jews is miserable to the last degree, but we cannot believe that the fate of the German Aryans in Cologne and Munich these days can be very much better. The people of Cologne ought to have a pretty good idea by now what hell is like. The Germans, it appears, will not have to wait 2,000 years for retribution for their sins. They are getting it now. According to one estimate, the city of Hamburg in two days of bombing last week was showered with almost as much explosives as the Germans showered on London in the ninety days of their blitz on London. President Hoover came within the purview of Jewish news this week with his proposal that a haven for Jewish and other refugees be established somewhere in Africa. There have been many proposals for such settlements in Africa. The Zionists in the days of Theodore Herzl were greatly agitated over a proposal to establish a Jewish homeland in Uganda. Most of these proposals are motivated by the desire to eliminate the trouble over the Arab factor, which exists in Palestine. The trouble, however, is that if the Arab factor is absent, there is generaly some other factor which is quite as disturbing. In some places it is the climate. In other cases it is the reluctance of the governing authorities to permit a Jewish settlement, though there is plenty of land for such a settlement. This week it was reported that the government of Western Australia has given official approval to a project providing for the establishment of a large scale Jewish settlement in the Kimberly region. The government of the Commonwealth has, however, thus far withheld its approval, because the Kimberly area is within the theater of military operations. This week there died Josiah Wedgwood, a member of the House of Commons for many years, who a few years ago was raised to the English Peerage. The Jews had few as devoted Christian friends as Lord Wedgwood and the Zionists had no stauncher supporter than he. It was Wedgwood who proposed that Palestine be established as a Jewish state and as one of the dominions of the British Empire. He wrote a book on the subject called "The seventh Dominion." Coming from one of the most aristocratic families of England as well as one which had always manifested a deep interest in the lot of the under-privileged, Wedgwood spoke out boldly time and again against the hostile attitude of the English Colonial office to Jewish Palestine. Most of the great Jewish centers of Poland and the ghettos established by Hitler when he first came into Poland have disappeared. Perhaps soon, with the fall of Italy, we shall know just what happened to the Jews of Europe.