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

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

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

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VOLUME 16No. 35
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1943
PRICE TEN CENTS
American Jewish Conference in Readiness For
Momentous Sessions Which Will Begin Sunday
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4T." is Pioneer in Offering
Facilities to Men in Service
Most Important Meeting in n flf jfjp
Jewish History, in N. Y. City rnuuicmnurn in
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Plans for the sessions of the I will consist of 14 members, with
American Jewish Conference, to
begin at the Waldorf-Astoria on
Sunday afternoon, August 29th,
have been completed, it was an-
nounced. The gathering will fin-
ish its business on Thursdiay
night, September 2nd. In addi-
tion to the election of officers
;ind a steering committee, the
first session will consist of a pray-
Mr. Louis Heiman will rep-
resent The Jewish Floridian as
its press correspondent for on
the-scene coverage of the mo-
mentous gathering. He will sit
at the press table where he will
be in a position to gather first-
hand information for our read-
ers, as well as keep in touch
with behind-the-scene activi-
ties.
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
David congregation, and Harry
Simonhoff. local attorney, will
represent this area at the con-
ference.
Abe Newman of Jacksonville.
' fmtmmr president of the Zionist
Organisation district, and Day
J. Apte of Tampa, a vice-presi-
dent of the chamber of com-
merce and president of the Boy
Scouts, are the other Florida
delegates.
ler by Rabbi B. L. Levinthal, of
Philadelphia, dean of the Ortho-
Idox rabbinate and addresses by
[Henry Monsky, president of B'nai
p'nth, and Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
president of the American Jew-
ish Congress. The praesidium
recognition being given to every
major group represented at the
Conference.
The "key" method of running
the Conference, fashioned after
French parliamentary practice,
and that of the World Zionist
Congress, will prevail. It is, in
effect, the proportional represen-
tation system, designed to give
the various organizations repre-
sentation on the sub-committees
which will be appointed by the
steering committee, which itself
will consist of some 50 to 55
members.
A.publicity release issued by
the Conference preparatory com-
mittee denied rumors that the
sessions would concern them-
selves exclusively with post-war
problems. One of the subcom-
mittees, it was stated, will deal
with immediate efforts at relief
and rescue of European Jewry.
The delegates attending the
Waldorf Astoria sessions will
have the benefit of a special i
room for religious services. Con-
ference officials pointed out. A
large number of the delegates
are expected to take advantage
of these facilities for morning,
afternoon and evening prayers.
The mornings will be reserved
for subcommittee meetings and
plenary sessions will be held
during the afternoon and eve-
nings.
That the American Jewish Con-
ference will have many of the
appurtenances of international
The entire facilities of the Y.
M. H. A. are open to service men
at all times. The "Y" was quick
to respond to the social and en-
tertainment needs of the thou-
sands of service men stationed in
Mayor Mitchell Wolfson of Mi- this ai"ea and was in the lead of
ami Beach has been commissioned otner organizations in adminis-
a major in the Army specialist tering to their needs, when the
reserve, the war department an- men x'rst made their appearance
nounces. Mayor Wolfson said he | ncle-
The needs of these men are
first among the "Y's" many ac-
tivities and every possible man-
ner of service is being rendered
them.
This resume of the many ways
in which these men are served
by the "Y" evidence the vast ac-
tivity carried on in their behalf.
MAJOR MITCHELL WOLFSON the
Miami Service League
This group is composed of wo-
men who have taken over the
dances for service men at the
| "Y." Almost one hundred wo-
men belong to this group and are
doing a splendid job with the
service men's dances and send-
1 off parties for selectees. Their
work is financed and supervised
, by the Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee of the Jewish
i Welfare Board. One of the feat-
j ures of the Saturday night ser-
vice men's dances conducted at
men look forward to it. Tht>
Young Women's Hebrew Associa-
tion is sponsoring and paying for
these calls.
Victory Belles
The girls who attend the Sat-
urday night dances for service
men at the "Y" are known as
the Victory Belles. Each girl
must qualify. She must be 18
years old or over and must fur-
nish character references. Each
girl is investigated and upon ap-
proval is issued a card of admit-
tance to the service men's dances.
The Victory Belles are under the
jurisdiction of the Service
League. After the Victory' Belles
have contributed 50 hours of
dancing time at the service men's
dances, they are issued a pin of
recognition by the Dade County
Defense Council.
Special Squadron Dances
For boys who are stationed at
out-of-the-way posts and cannot
come to our regular Saturday
night dances for service men.
special squadron dances are con-
ducted by the Miami Service
League of the Y. M. H. A. At
this time, the boys are given the
same opportunity to win the tel-
ephone call home. Many such
I affairs have been conducted and
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
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BELESITES TO JJC
J.
_ Pittsburgh (J T A)Edgar
^aufman, a leading figure in
American Jewish life, is taking
he initiative in a movement to
Mganize "the independent dele-
Sates to the American Jewish
Lonference and the delegates
elected by organizations who
come to the Conference open-
minded."
Mr. Kaufman, one of the inde-
pendent delegates to the Confer-
ence, has addressed a letter de-
scribing his plan to the delegates
p> the Conference, acting in the
matter in behalf of various na-
tional leaders, including Jacob
Haustein, of Baltimore. Md.;Mrs.
Maurice L. Goldman, of San
rancisco, Calif.; Benjamin Kauf-
man, of Trenton, N. J.; Fred Laz-
jrus. Jr.. of Columbus, Ohio, and
Ludge Joseph M. Proskauer of
iaiW uals all represent various points
J' view.
ernC Ietter points out that un-
er the Conference procedure,
Lj^ery delegate may affiliate
list !! Wlth one or a number of
In 8ruPS. or. if he prefers
bf fumain unaffiliated with any
rpi i SrouPs. he is asked to
in e,r. designation reserved'."
hW f"'ated delegates may be
r,,f se.nted >n the membership
Urn l.tee only by being organ-
za into a unit of ten or more.
CALL FOR NATIONAL
DAY OF PRAYER
A call for the observance of
Saturday, August 28th, as a na-
tional day of prayer, has been
sent out by the "Religious Na-
tional Bloc in the American
Jewish Conference," which in-
cludes the following organiza-
tions: Mizrachi Organization of
America; Hapoel Hamizrachi;
Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion; Histadruth Harbonim; Na-
tional Council of Young Israel;
Union of Orthodox Congrega-
tions; Women's Department of
the Union of Orthodox Congre-
gations. "Let us all unite in
prayer," the call concludes, "to
the Eternal for the speedy vic-
tory of our country and of the
United Nations, for lasting
peace for the world and for a
true salvation for our people."
part of the country. As each
service man enters, he registers
in a book and is given a number.
At 11 o'clock these numbers are
drawn and the holder of the
lucky number wins a free tele-
phone call home. This is an out-
standing event and the service
had received no formal notice
from Washington. "Until I do
receive notice, I have no com-
ment to make," the mayor said.
Shortly after Pearl Harbor,
when Mayor Wolfson was a mem-
ber of the Miami Beach city
council, he filed application for
a commission in the Army air
forces. He was installed as may-
or last June, leading the field of
candidates by a large majority
and was elected to a four-year
term Dr- Abram L. Sachar, national
rr,, ,0______, director of Hillel, will headline
tive of Kpv wiiWdS a, na" the PrSram of Prominent speak-
aro^Lnt nf FWiH In l* b,ef" I ers and military figures that will
Florida all his life. I make their appearance at the an-
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successful.
Home Hospitality
Many boys who come to the
dances on Saturday nights have
overnight leave and many boys
with a few days leave come to
the "Y" for advice as to where
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
NATIONAL FIGURES TO
ATTEND CONVENTION
He attended Columbia University
and after working in his father's
wholesale mercantile business be-
came associated with the Wo-
metco theater management.
He became co-owner of the
Wometco chain of 20 metropoli-
nual Labor Day gathering of the
Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith
Lodges, Sept. 4-6. at the Ver-
sailles Hotel. District officers
will all be present and partici-
pate.
Reservations for the two-day
.fvl^iTh fte atres, in "2* uand meet are being received from the
lives with his wife and three
GUERILLA ARMY TAKES
children at 5465 Pine Tree Dr.,
Miami Beach.
He has, despite large business
responsibilities, taken a very act-
ive part in civic and Jewish com-
munal affairs.
Mayor Wolfson upon entering
entire state. Local residents are
invited to spend the week-end
at the beach hotel and attend the
convention which will formally
open Saturday evening. The B'nai
B'rith office, phone 3-6391. is in
charge of reservation details,
which must be made early be-
ROOSEVELT URGED
TO TALK PALESTINE
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so, as Councilman Baron de
Hirsch Meyer was commissioned
JEWS FOR SERVICEMEN a first lieutenant several months
the army, will be the second Mi- j cause of limited room and ban-
ami Beach city councilman to do | Quet facilities. Sholem Lodge
members .and Greater Miami res-
idents are welcome to the ses-
Ankara (WNS)Thousands of
Jews in the Italian-occupied area
of Yugoslavia joined the ranks of
the Yugoslavian guerilla parti-
sans when clandestine warnings
by Italian officers revealed that
the Nazis were about to spread
ago.
FRENCH GOVERNMENT
TAKES SCHOOL FUNDS
Berne (WNS)The Vichy gov-
ernment, it was revealed here
week.
The Jews in the Italian-occu-
pied regions of Yugoslavia are
living in panic for fear that when
the Nazis take complete control
of that country they will slay, or
deport, the entire Jewish popula-
tion. Their fear, added the re-
port, is grounded on the fact that
Nazis have accused Italians with
fraternizing with the Jews.
organizations in France. The re-
port stated that the funds had
been turned over by Vichy offi-
cials to the French Red Cross.
Among the seized endowment
funds were those established for
educational, social and religious
purposes by Blumenthal of Paris
and Wallerstein of Bordeaux.
Recently published is a list of
Nazi seized property in Trond-
heim, Norway.
sions and affairs. Registration
fee of $5.00 covers all activities.
The following members of
Sholem Lodge are on the com-
mittee: Leo Eisenstein. chairman:
Harold Turk. Max Silver, Sam
Silver, Edward Newman. Ken-
neth Oka, Fred Shochet, Dr.
Marcus B. Cirlin, Sidney Was-
serman. Gary Blatt, and Morris
G. Warner.
Mrs. Sam Silver, president of
the Ladies Auxiliary, has ap-
pointed as her members of the
convention committee, Mrs. Jen-
nie Rotfort, chairman; Mrs. Gary
Glatt, Mrs. Milton Friedman,
Mrs. Sam Silver.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
Washington (WNS)Congress-
man Emanuel Celler of Brooklyn.
New York, who charged last week
that the American State Depart-
ment and the British Foreign Of-
fice were planning to issue a
joint statement barring all dis-
cussions of the Palestine ques-
tion, announced this week that
he had forwarded a letter to Pres-
ident Roosevelt urging him to
discuss with Prime Minister
Winston Churchill, at the Quebec
conference, the post-war status
of Palestine.
Congressman Celler also as-
serted that "unless steps are tak-
en to provide a just solution to
the question" he would ask for a
congressional investigation of the
activities of all those in the State
Department, and elsewhere "wMo
have contributed their bit to the
betrayal of Palestine."
"There are those in our State
Department," Congressman Cel-
ler wrote to the president, "who
would encourage violation by
Britain of her solemn obliga-
tions, which violations would
prevent the trek of Jews to Pal-
estine there to establish a Lord-
given homeland. Justice pre-
cludes your inaction, pity de-
mands your intercession. Human-
ity dictates your words of cau-
tion to Prime Minister Churchill
now visiting with you."

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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
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Max Fcit, sexton of Beth Jacob
congregation, has returned to the
city after a six week's trip in
the North.
Mrs. Israel Raphael and daugh-
ters have returned to their home
on Miami Beach after an eight
week vacation in New York City
and the mountains.
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle
have left the city for a short va-
cation trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stein and son
Marshall are vacationing in the
mountains of New Hampshire.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Singer and
daughter returned to the city
this week accompanied by Mr.
Singers parents. They were
gone three weeks, vacationing in
Ohio and New York.
Louis Hartz is convalescing at
his home, 834 S. W. iOth Avc.,
after leaving Jackson Memorial
hospital last week.
Returning to the state after
vacationing in the North for sev-
eral weeks are Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Berger of this city. Mr. Bergcr
remained at Starke where he is
engaged in business while Mrs.
Berger continued home.
Arnold Newman left this week
for a two week stay In New-
York.
Among our returning Miami
Beach residents, this week, will
be Mrs. Ida Enerfeld and her
son, Jerry; Mrs. Tillie Ostrie and
her daughter, Harriet, and Mrs.
Rose Potash, all from vacations
spent in New York City and vi-
cinity.
Mrs. Ben Rosen and daughter
Phyllis arrived home this week
after spending the summer in
Massachusetts and Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krugman
arc spending the week-end at
Carrabelle, Fla.. where they will
visit Mrs. Krugman's brother.
Mack Roth.
Nat Roth left Thursday for a
six week's combined business and
pleasure trip. He will join his
wife in New York in the middle
of the month for the Jewish War
Veterans convention.
Mrs. L. Katz and daughters
Pearl and Marion, have returned
from a seven week's stay in New
Jersey and New York.
Miss Arlene Katz has returned
home after a visit with relatives
in Chicago.
Mrs. Samuel Mizrahi and her
daughter, Sally, have returned
home after a month's visit with
Mrs. Mizrahi's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Corbet, of In-
dianapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs.
Mizrahi live at 1560 Jefferson
Avc.. Miami Beach.
Ensign and Mrs. Ben Levitt, of
Jacksonville, spent the week-end
with Ensign Levitt's mother, Mrs.
Sonia Levitt.
Home on a four week's vacation
to visit her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Matthew Silverstein. 1568
Meridian Ave.. is Miss Irma Sil-
verstein. student nurse of Johns
Hopkins hospital. Baltimore. Md.
Miss Silverstein attended the Un-
iversity of Miami. Florida State
College for Women, and was a
member of Delta Phi Epsilon so-
rority. On her return to the hos-
pital she will become a member
of the United States Cadet Nur-
sing Corps.
Sam Sussman has returned to
the city after spending a month
in the North.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Scheaffcr
were hosts to members of the
board of directors of Beth Sho-
lom Center last Sunday night, at
their home. 7626 Byron Avenue,
Miami Beach.
Mrs. William Clein has returned
from her ten week vacation in
Chicago. Atlanta and Mobile,
where she visited relatives and
friends. While in Atlanta Mrs.
Clein attended a family reunion.
Miss Rose Korshin of this city
is vacationing in Cincinnati. O.
Samuel Eig. prominent Wash-
ington. D. C. business man and
civic leader, spent three days on
a flying business trip to Miami
Beach. While here, he was the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. C.
Crnnberg. 4542 Sheridan Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schiff.
3776 Sheridan avenue, have re-
opened their home after a vaca-
tion in the North.
MI THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Friday and Matinee Only
Saturday, Aug. 27-28
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MR. YATES'
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Starts Saturday at 4:30 P.M.
Thru Wednesday, Sept 1
The Season's Gayest
Sauciest Comedy Hit!
"HEAVEN
CAN WAIT
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Robinson of
242 N. W. 13th Ave.. have left
to spend a month's vacation with
1 a son in Los Angeles, Calif., who
I is entering the armed services.
Buy War Savings Bonds.
//
DON AMECHE
GENE TIERNEY
IN TECHNICOLOR!
I WANT MY MILK
And Bs Bore It
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
WEDDINGS
The marriage of Miss Marianna
J. Bronston. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston. 3301
Flamingo Dr.. and Lt Edward
R. Segal, USAAF, took place Aug.
15 in the Jansen suite of the
Waldorf-Astoria hotel, New York.
The bride wore a wedding
gown of white Chantilly lace. A
reception followed the ceremony.
The former Miss Bronston at-
tended the University of Miami
and Middlebury college. Vermont.
Lt Segal, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Segal. Worcester Mass..
is a graduate of Amherst college.
He is stationed in Chicago.
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BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Cohen
announce the birth of a daugh-
ter. Arlene Ann. born August
13th. Mrs. Cohen was the form-
er Nellie Peretzman.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tcssler,
1511 West avenue, announce the
birth of a daughter, Maita Ann,
August 9.
BRIS
The brith milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fraind. 118
S. W. 9th street, took place at
Jackson Memorial hospital Mon-
day afternoon, with Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiating. At noon on
Wednesday, at St. Francis hos-
pital. Rabbi S. M. Machtei offi-
ciated at the brith milah of the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spiegel,
334 Washington avenue. Mrs.
Spiegel is the former Esther
Wroobel, daughter of Cantor and
Mrs. Nathan Wroobel.
London (WNS)The failure of
the new Italian government to
officially abolish the anti-Jewish
laws in Italy was the result of
personal pressure brought by
Joachim Ribbentrop, German
Foreign Minister, on Marshal
Badoglio. it was reported here
this week from Geneva.
The report stated that, on ac-
count of his recent visit to Rome,
Von Ribbentrop told Marshal
Badoglio that the official aboli-
tion of the anti-racial laws in
Italy would be a blow to anti-
Semitism in the Axis countries
and that such a course was not
desirable at this time.
Jerusalem (WNS)-Pri vate
Charles A. Stoner, one of the two
British soldiers convicted last
week before a military court for
smuggling aims into Palestine,
admitted under cross-examina-
tion by the attorneys for the Jew-
ish civilians charged with com-
plicity in the crime, that the only
occasion on which he met Leib
Sirkis, one of the Jewish defend-
ants, was when the taxi in which
he was delivering the arms was
involved in an accident. He ad-
mitted that he did not know
whether Sirkis was a passenger
in the taxi or merely one of the
bystanders.
The prosecution also met with
a rebuff when it tried to bolster
its case with the testimony of a
Dutch-born woman, Heintje Hen-
drika Rita Marx. When origin-
ally questioned by the police,
Mrs. Marx said that she was a
Jewish woman but when she was
asked to take the oath at the trial
she repudiated that statement.
Mrs. Marx testified that she
came to Palestine several years
ago with a man whom she later
married in accordance with the
Jewish ritual, that she subse-
quently was divorced, that she
was a friend of the two convict-
ed British soldiers and that Abra-
ham Rachlin, one of the Jewish
defendants, visited her home
when he discussed with the Brit-
ish soldiers plans of smuggling
arms into Palestine from Cairo.
An interesting sidelight on the
trial was thrown by the revela-
tion that before it even became
known that such a trial would
be held, several foreign corres-
pondents in Cairo were tipped off
by the British administration in
Palestine to come to Jerusalem
"where a huge sensation is about
to break."
HARRY ZUKERNICK
president of the Y. M. & W. H. A.
of Miami Beach, located at 1 Lin-
coln Road. The newly formed
organization is in the process of
refurbishing its recently acquired
quarters.
Investing in War Bonds todiy,
means the purchasing of freedom
for tomorrow.
Sydney. Australia (JTA)The
activities of the Christian and
Jewish groups in America in pro-
moting good will were lauded by
Rev. Crockett, upon his return
from the United States.
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BETH SHOLOM
President Abraham Frankel of
Beth Sholom Center has an-
nounced that the alterations and
the painting at the Center will
be completed this week, and that
reservations for seats for the High
Holy Days will be available on
and after Monday, September 6.
The hours when the committee
will be at the Center to accept
reservations will be announced.
The committee has urged Center
members to call for their reser-
vations at an early date as the
facilities aTe limited, and no dis-
crimination will be shown non-
members in the selection of seats,
first come, first served." Rabbi
S. M. Machtei and Cantor Abra-
ham Friedman are planning a se-
ries of distinctive services for the
High Holy Days, in keeping with
the traditional ritual.
MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST
less being filled by these ad-
dresses and the discussions that
follow. To these gatherings the
interested public is cordially wel-
comed and its participation in the
question and answer period is
urged There are no charges of
any kind. The gatherings last
one hour.
PAGE THREE
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GIVING FACILITIES
TQ SERVICE
BEACH r. DRIVE
FOR MEMBERS IS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
M. B. IEWISH CENTER
Saturday, August 28th, at 3:30
p. m. in the patio at 11th and
Collins Avc., Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will speak on "The Part of
the Mizrachi in the Rebuilding
of Palestine."
On the following Saturday the
speaker at the Forum will be
Professor Hillel Bavli, whose sub-
ject will be announced at a later
date.
The increasing attendance at
the weekly sessions of the Zion-
ist Cultural Forum is indicative
of the need that though previ-
ously unexpressed is neverthe-
Mr. and Mrs Joseph A. Ber-
man, 4310 Nautilus Drive, Miami
Beach, were hosts to the Jewish
Community of Miami Beach in
honor of the newly elected spir-
itual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center and his wife,, Rab-
bi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, on
Sunday afternoon, August 22.
In addition to the officers, di-
rectors and members of the Cen-
ter, representatives of various
congregations and organizations
were present to pay their re-
spects. Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman
are making their temporary home
at 1045 Michigan avenue, until
they find permanent quarters.
SERVICE LEAGUE
Aregular meeting of the Miami
Service League was held at the
Y. M. H. A. clubrooms on August
23 rd.
Nathan .Rothberg, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Welfare
Board, presented those members
who had completed fifty hours or
more as senior hostesses with
pins bearing the USO insignia.
The date of the next regular
meeting of the League will be
announced.
they can stay. Available in the
Y office is a large list of Jew-
ish families who have unselfish-
ly and willingly offered their
homes for men in uniform where
they can stay during their time
off duty. Those families who
have no spare room available but
who want to contribute as much
as they can to the entertainment
of our boys in uniform have
kindly consented to have men in
uniform as their dinner guests.
Send Off Parties for Selectees
Send-off parties for selectees
are conducted by the Y. M. H. A.
and the Miami Service League.
The committee goes down to see
the boys off and bring with them
goodies, cigarettes, packages con-
taining stationery, prayer books
and Jewish calendars for the
boys. These packages are fur-
nished by the Jewish Welfare
Board.
Visitations to Hospitals
Army and Navy hospitals are
visited regularly by the Miami
Service League of the Y. M. H.
A. and the Victory Belles. The
boys are given cigarettes, punch
and cookies. Table and parlor
games are played in a day room
at the hospital. This is done to
help keep up the morale of the
fighting men.
Holiday Hospitality
The Jewish Welfare Board,
with the cooperation of Maurice
Grossman, who is chairman of the
social-recreational committee of
the Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee of the Jewish
Welfare Board, provided home
hospitality for the Jewish men
during the High Holidays and
Passover.
Day Rooms
Last spring when the Greater
Miami Army and Navy Commit-
tee of the Jewish Welfare Board
put on a drive for furniture for
the day rooms located at posts in
this area, the Y. M. H. A. coop-
erated by allowing their prem-
ises to be used for the storage of
collections until the various ser-
vice units picked them up. In
addition, a collection was made
for athletic goods, and fishing
tackle. A day room was recent-
ly furnished completely by the
Y. M. H. A. at Camp Bell Haven,
N. W. 79th street, Miami, for use
of the service men.
The membership program of
the Y. M. and W. H. A. of Miami
Beach, with Nat Hankoff as
chairman, is gradually develop-
ing. Letters and application
blanks have gone to the hund-
red persons who met early in the
summer and started actively to
support such an enterprise. Thus
far approximately 50 members
have enrolled.
The program committee has in-
vited the organizations with a
Beach membership to make use
of its building for meetings of
any nature. Those seeking quar-
ters are asked to get in touch
with the secretary, Miss Devera
Cohen. 58-2241. for necessary ar-
rangements.
The personnel committee has
been in touch with a number of
candidates for the post of execu-
tive director. Several gentlemen
have been interviewed, the last
an experienced, practical worker
having come down from New
York City. Several more appli-
cants are to be invited to come
here for first-hand views of what
is required of them. A decision
should be made by September
i first.
The house committee has prac-
tically completed the cleaning up
of the quarters and the installa-
tion ol essential facilities. I
Through the generosity of inter- !
estcd patrons a quantity of
books, office equipment, chairs, I
tables, kitchen equipment has
been contributed. There is need
for more of such furniture, fix-
tures and supplies throughout the
building. David Phillips, chair-
man, expresses his appreciation
of all aid that he has received
and looks forward to additional
assistance.
CONFERENCE NOW
READY TO REGIN
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
gatherings was stressed in the
announcement that beginning
with August 30th the American
Jewish Conference will publish
a daily newspaper in tabloid size
for the delegates and observers
at the Conference. Samuel Cap-
Ian will act as executive editor
of the publication, to be called
The Conference Record. A board
of writers will edit the paper.
The Committee on Preliminary
Studies is said to have released
to all delegates various research
studies and articles as prepara-
tory material for discussion at
I the Conference. The publicity
i department of the American Jew-
ish Conference released a trans-
lation of an attack by the Amer-
n ^presentation of the Gen-
eral Jewish Workers' Union of
| Poland, known as the Bund, dis-
associating itself from the delega-
tion of the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee to the American Jewish
Conference.
The conference will be a repre-
sentative gathering of American
Jewry composed of 500 delegates
elected by more than 700 Jewish
communities throughout the Unit-
ed States and national member-
ship organizations, the first such
convocation of American Jewry
in more than 25 years.
The purpose of the conference
i is to formulate the views of
American Jewry with respect to
the reconstruction of Jewish life
at the end of the war and to take
cognizance of the role that Pales-
tine is destined to play in the
post-war solution of the Jewish
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M, H. A. service program, pictured with two service men
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AT BETH SHOLOM
At a recent meeting of the
board of directors of Beth Sho-
lom Center, Cantor Abraham
Friedman of Hoboken, N. J. was
recommended by the religious
committee to serve the Center
during the coming High Holidays
and during the year. The first
public service at which Cantor
Friedman will be heard will be
tonight, at the Kabbolas Shabbos
at 7:15 o'clock. Cantor Friedman
will also chant at the morning
service, tomorrow, which is
Shabos M'vor'chim.
Cantor Friedman is a native of
Russia, and studied music and
liturgy under Oberkantor Aaron
Friedman of Berlin. In 1906 Mr.
Friedman came to the United
States and he has occupied posts
as Cantor with Conservative
congregations in New Haven,
Brooklyn, Mt. Vernon and Ho-
boken. Cantor Friedman has
taken post-graduate courses in
music at the Damrosch Institute
in New York. Cantor and Mrs.
Friedman resided in Palestine
for three years as colonists and
owners of citrus groves. Mr.
Friedman devoted much of his
time there to organizing and di-
recting choral groups.
Mr. Friedman will assist Rabbi
S. M. Machtei in the religious
school of Beth Sholom Center
and will conduct the Beth Sho-
lom choir.
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circles. As for ourselvesour only hope is
that the Conference will achieve at its sessions
that unity which so often eluded it before.
THE CONFERENCE
The long discussed and much debated
American Jewish Conference which assembles
in New York on August 29th will undoubtedly
arouse great interest among Jewish circles who
followed its ups and downs during its formative
period.
Originally called the American Jewish As-
sembly it was later changed, at the insistence
of the American Jewish Committee and other
non-and-anti-Zionist organizations, to American
Jewish Conference. This it was felt would
eliminate opposition among groups reluctant
to identify themselves with pro-Zionist or quasi
Zionist organizations.
But there was still another obstacle to over-
come. The Jewish Labor Committee, claiming
to represent hundreds of thousands of Jewish
workers throughout the United States, was
cool to the proposed plan of calling a Jewish
Assembly or Conference. Their opposition
arose both from the fact that they were op-
posed to discussing the problem of Palestine
as well as from the fact that they believed
such a conclave untimely. But pressure by
Jewish public opinion and pressure by inde-
pendent Jewish workers organizations forced
the Jewish Labor Committee to affiliate itself
with the Conference. This it did on the condi-
tion that it would not have to participate in the
general election for delegates. The status of
the Jewish Labor Committee in the Conference
today is that of a Jewish Labor bloc.
But there were still other impediments to
the path of American-Jewish unity. Many of
the Zionist elements, particularly the independ-
ent groups, felt that the concessions made to
the American Jewish Committee and the Jew-
ish Labor Committee would preclude the Con-
ference from approaching the Palestine ques-
tion in the proper spirit. They were particu-
larly perturbed by the fact that when the
American Jewish Committee and the Jewish
Labor Committee agreed to the Conference,
they stipulated that they would not be bound
by any pro-Zionist resolution that may be
adopted. This they felt would deprive the Con-
ference of authority to speak for a united
American Jewry.
At this writing many of the issues dividing
Jewish groups have not yet been clarified.
Feelings are still running high among certain
Their long onei ishi-d hop* fur mem through emigration
and for freedom on Amerlr;ui soil has finally been reftlbnd
after many VioiaaltUdM and difficulties In Whlota HIAS
and its ummi affiliate, the HIAK-ICA Immigration As-
Bociation, came to their aid in securing required visas.
WORTH EMULATING
The Jewish Post of Indiana points with
pride to the efforts of the residents in a su-
burban area that it covers in initiating a sub-
scription drive for the publication in that local-
ity. The Jewish Floridian feels it has gone
the Post one better.
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith with a member-
ship roll nearing 1500 is completing a subscrip-
tion drive for The Jewish Floridian that will
attain for our publication several hundred
subscribers.
This demonstration by the largest commun-
al group, and one of the most active, is indica-
tive of the entire Sholem Lodge program of
actively participating and assisting all worth-
while community endeavors. Sholem Lodge
has put into practice that age-old axiom, "One
hand washes the other."
Similar to the thoughts as expressed by the
individuals in Indiana were those of our B'nai
B'rith heads.
"Continually they are trying by every
means to bolster the activities in their Jewish
communitytheir welfare fund giving, their
attendance at services, their B'nai B'rith and
Hadassah and Zionist affairs. They do this by
propagandizing and other methods. They
want the individuals in the community to know
the status of the Jew in Europe, in Palestine, in
the United States.
They know that the intelligence level on
things Jewish can be raised by getting com-
plete circulation to an Anglo-Jewish paper."
The Jewish Floridian, like other Anglo-Jew-
ish publications throughout the country, is
serving its community to the best of its ability
and to the extent the members and groups of
that community will allow it to so do. Cooper-
ation and support are essential to the success
and worthwhileness of any and all communal
endeavors.
Sholem Lodge's example should be emu-
lated by other B'nai B'rith lodges throughout
the country. Strengthening the printed voice
of Jewry and aiding the dissemination of Jew-
ish news will go a long way and do much to-
wards the coordination of our peoples that for
so many years we have been trying to ac-
complish.
'IN FREEDOM'S HOLY NAME1
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Mtidfy, Qxmfydxxddd
-By PHTNEAS J. BIRON-
IMPORTANT ....
Michael Grazynsky, the anti-Semitic Polish Ex-Governor
of Upper Silesia, is still a student at the War Department!
School of Military Government What about Secretary
Stimson's promise to Congressman Emanuel Celler to investi-
gate that matter? And while we are in an indignant mood
let us express our disgust at the fact that Marjan Seyda, the
Minister of State in charge of preparations for the Peace Con-
ference in the Polish Government-in-Exile, is a member of the
Endek party, whose anti-Semitic record cannot be forgotten.
The Protestant Textbook Commission is protesting to Chid
Chaplain Arnold about a book distributed among the armed
forces of the United States The book, called "Verse and'
Song," and intended for the Army and Navy, contains sec-
tions for Protestants, Catholics and Jews ... In the Catholic
section, on page 53, the story of the Crucifixion is t&fci
manner at variance with the Gospels and in a way tha.tttt*
conducive to the creation of good will.
READER'S GUIDE ....
Congratulations to Carl Alpert, editor of The New Pales-
tine, on the publication of a little booklet containing four ol the
best articles that have appeared in the magazine recently-
Incidentally, The New Palestine is hitting its stride as a ma-
ture and interesting publication The McGraw-Hill Book
Company is going to town on Martin Panzer's forthcoming
book "It's Your Future" The volume is being promoted as
a formula on how to achieve success and happeniness ..
Pazer, you know, is one of the top executives in the nationa.
United Jewish Appeal office Stutz Products has put on the
market an Armored Biblethat it, a Bible with a metal shield
in its cover That shield has already saved at least one
lifethat of Paratrooper Wesley C. Hines, when it stopped
a 30-caliber bullet right over his heart.
THIS AND THAT ....
If any one should try to interest you in "Downfall," a play
published in England and speculating on how the Nazi col-
lapse will occur, don't touch it ... Its author, one Doug
Reed, is one of Britain's most notorious anti-Semites
ANTI-DEFAMATION
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
has its regional office for this area once again
functioning fully. Scarcity of manpower han-
dicapped the progress of the office that has
served as the clearing house of so many spe-
cific problems. It has solved part of this dif-
ficulty, faced similarly by employers and or-
ganizations alike throughout the country, and
now is capably manned to effectively handle
items of this nature.
Experience and intelligence are necessary
attributes in guidance of Anti-Defamation work.
The individual cannot solve problems, seem-
ingly of tremendous aspect in his eyes, in the
satisfactory manner that the background and
experience of the A. D. L. office is able to do.
The action of the individual of a minority is
attributed to the whole of that minority and the
wrong approach to A. D. L. is extremely harm-
ful to an entire community and people.
We have a clearing house in Miami that
should be used. The A. D. L. office in the
Seybold building is at your service.
play, ostensibly anti-Nazi, sentimentalizes on the "kWWFT
of the Fuehrer Reed pictures Hitler's final exit as follows-
"He shivers and shrugs his shoulders The clock benfl
him strikes five ... He turns and looks at it ... He gMJ
around the room, pulls his coat collar up and his hat WJ
down, and goes out" ... Is that all, Mr. Reed, after setting v
clock of civilization back a thousand years? You may
know it, but Max Mann, the man who is regarded as
world's most effective slumber specialist, is none ^ieTJr^i
Max Manischewitz, a member of the matzoh family JJ
system, called "Sleep-Relax," is now available on a pw
graph disc ... His book, "Put Yourself to Sleep," l "Jvj
actly a best seller, and those who buy it never get bey
the second chapter ... At that point they have fallen asleep
JEWISHNEWS .... J
A selected group of Washington officials, about twen^[jce
number, were present recently at a dinner in honor 0
President Wallace at the home of Edwin I. Kaufmann --^
cussion centered about post-war planning, and ^ar^LeDi
a former ZOA president, gave an impromptu a?dvene ^
speech in behalf of the Zionist cause which stilled au ^
versation at the table for the moment Wallace was ^
ibly impressed Bernard Baruch, who hates PJJJJJ^W
who is very much the man behind the more s,nnge" rabl
power draft regulations, found time, despite his ilU""". $&
activities in the war effort, to carry out a most importa
sion in connection with a Jewish emergency
that needed v
influence
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1943
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PAGE FIVE
irwRDUSTnu
BY MILTON BROWN
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
WITH THE III SPORTS
By MORRIS WEINER
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
lEIKEIjni III ME
BY BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
A story that comes from some underground
source in Germany this week said that a large num-
ber of German evacuees from Hamburg, on ac-
count of the air raids, were mistakenly executed by
the Nazis in the gas chambers which they set up
for the Jews.
It seems, according to the story, that the Ger-
man Aryan refugees from Hamburg, were sent, af-
ter the air raids, to one of the Nazi camps in occu-
pied Europe. They were sent to be taken care of
not to be executed, of course, but there was some
confusionthe tired dishabille victims of the air
raids looked so much like the tired, hounded Jews
who had been coming there to be executedand
before you know it, they had been thrown into the
gas chambers by the kindly Nazi wardensand
were gone.
There is a sentence mentioned in the Jewish
"Mein Kampf." the Bible. It reads: "He that dig-
geth a pit shall fall in it." This is a purely Jewish
doctrine which doesn't fit in with the New Order,
which the Nazis despise, but there is a good deal of
truth in it nevertheless. It will not prove surprising
if the principle that was exhibited at Hamburg will
be found to run all through the thread of German
events before the war is over. Has it not already
happened in the matter of air raids, for example?
Germany, at the beginning of the war was gloating
over what she would do to the world with her super-
super air fleet and boasting that no Allied airplane
would dare come to Germany. Herr Goering was
so sure of this that in that beautifully humorous
German way. he said if a British airplane ever
reached the Ruhr or Berlin, his name would be
Meyer. In Germany, it is said, the favorite name
for Goering now is Meyer.
The reports from Italy this week make "confus-
ion worse confounded." Upon the ousting of Mus-
solini and the announcement that Fascism was
dead, there came reports that Jews had been re-
stored to full equality, but the reports this week say
that as yet the Jewish situation is unchanged. Prob-
ably, it may be taken for granted, that the Italians,
as long as the'y are tied up with the Germans, will
do nothing to abrogate the racial laws.
From Cairo there came word this week that the
recent conference there of Arab leaders about the
proposed pan-Arab federation has not been very
productive of results. There is a great deal of op-
position among Arabs to the idea. The opposition,
if examined, would probably be not so much to the
idea of federation itself, but on the point as to who
will rule the federation. The Jews, it appears, are
not the only people who cannot get together.
From Geneva came word this week that at a
conference of the world Ort, Dr. Aaron Syngalowski
had proposed what some may call a rather fanciful
planabout the Jews. This Ort leaders would di-
vide Jews more evenly among all the trades and
professions. We presume that at the bottom of this
plan is the idea that there are too many Jews in a
few of the professionstoo many doctors and too
many lawyers.
We have many and divers plans proposed for
the easing of anti-Semitismand there is generally
always something wrong with each of them, be-
cause they do not go down deep enough to the
cause of anti-Semitism. The roots of anti-Semitism,
it seems to us, are very simplethe dislike of that
which is different. There are so many Jewish doc-
tors and lawyers primarily because these are pro-
fessions in which a Jew may flourish even where
anti-Semitism exists. In many of the anti-Semitic
countries, a Jewish mechanical craftsman will not
be licensed and if he is licensed, he wfll not be pa-
tronized. Even in America, an examination of the
reason why, for example, in New York there were
so many Jewish chauffeurs, revealed the fact that
it was difficult for a Jewish electrician to get employ-
ment with any of the large electrical concerns. So
Jews tend to go into things in which they can be
their own employer.
As far as we can learn, all the Jews are gone
out of Germany, yet there is one American Jew who
is today making frequent visits to Berlin. They
make a great ado too when this Jew comes to Ger-
many. When a great figure comes to a country,
they shoot off cannons to acclaim his arrival. A
king, for example, on arriving at a country may
have some sixty canon shots peeling to acclaim
him. When this particular Jew comes to Berlin, he
even gets more cannon shotsthan that
He is Sgt. Schiller Cohen, a 25-year-old New
York boy who has already been decorated thirteen
times for his prowess in the air. He has flown over
Germany repeatedly and has taken part in 52
bombing missions.
"Star Boats ." There is nothing more pic-
turesque in the sporting scene than to watch a flo-
tilla of racing hulls get under way for a fast spin
across the summer waters. The picture is complete
once the wind fills the bellies of the spinaker and
parachute sails. And, if you're a sentimentalist, the
only tune that will come to mind will be "Red Sails
in the Sunset."
If looking at these sleek, streamlined craft is
thrilling, imagine the tremendous kick we got the
other day when we were taken for a ride by Morris
Rosen. Commodore of the Atlantic Racing Associa-
tion (an organization now doubling as an auxiliary
of the U. S. Coast Guard). Rosen is "skipper" of the
"Star-4," slickest boat in eastern waters. And Ros-
en, by the way, is one of the hundreds of Jewish
sailing enthusiasts who are registered with the
American Yachting Club. New star boats, hailed
by many sports sailors as just about the classiest
racing craft afloat, go back about three decades.
It was in 1911, according to Rosen, that the Star
boat first appeared. Requirements governing its
make-up are rigid. Every boat must be twenty-two
feet long. "Can't be an eighth of an inch out of the
way," Rosen explained.
The thing that seems to give Rosen, a dapper
chap in his early forties, his biggest thrill, is the fact
that more and more Jewish boys and girls are tak-
ing to sailboating and that the youth of these skip-
pers is a most propitious omen. For all its small
size, a Star boat means heaps of work for its own-
er and crew. The minute care it requires makes the
overhauling on other size craft look like a tea-party.
Star beaters manicuring their vessels for a race
don't miss an inch of the glossy hulls. "They almost
polish off the boat bottom with a flannel rag," Rosen
laughed.
Racing rules are responsible for such super- so-
licitude. To be eligible for a race a boat cannot
carry any marine growth. And not only is this sort
of sailing fun but according to expert sailors, it's
the highest form of technical racing a sportsman can
get. On our trip with Rosen we learned that win-
ning a race may depend on the slightest bend of the
mast and on the skillful manipulation of the most
trivial vagary of wind.
Other "star" sailors in Rosen's club who hold
penants emblematic of sectional supremacy are
Harold Cohen, an N. Y. U. star; David Dellinsky, a
fresh water man from Princeton, and the brothers
Kemroff of Cornell. These men just mentioned have
garnered more championships among them than all
the other Jewish sailors in this country. Their win-
ning ensigns and pennants total two hundred and
ninety four. And according to Yachting Revues, the
name of Morris Rosen leads all the rest. Hi Ho,
blow the man down. From now on, a-sailing we
shall go.
OUR OISRJLNI FOLK
BY HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
When you see him impersonating "Yussuf"
Goebbels, his screen name will be Paul Andoran-
glicized version of Wolfgang Zilzer. Zilzer was a
featured player of UFA in its palmy days before the
Furore. Since coming to Hollywood he has made a
specialty of anti-Nazi roles, his most recent being in
"The Strange Death of Adolf Hitler."
With twenty-six years of work to her credit,
Sarah Schwartz is undoubtedly the oldest employee
on the Universal lot. She's the girl whom "Uncle
Carl Laemmle rewarded with screaming parts be-
cause her screams once saved thousands of dollars
worth of films from a burning vault. (She is often
the unseen shriek in horror pictures. However, in
"Ali Baba" she'll have a corporeal part as an Arab
matron. ,
Eddie Cantor is said to be more generous with
his benefit appearances than any other entertain-
er. He so readily gives his consent for good causes
that they sometimes neglect to inform him.
Confession Dept.: Directing a newspaper office
scene, "Grischa" Ratoff moved confidentially to-
ward his company and admitted that he had once
worked on a paper in Leningrad. "I vas eighteen,"
he reminisced, "the 'Beatrice Fairfax' of Rrahssia!
Literati: Phil Baker decides to tell all ... is
readying an autobiographical tome to be titled
uh, huh"Take It Or Leave It."
Milton Berlegig: "What started out to be Hitler s
era is turning out to be Hitler's error!"
Zionist Arguments: Zionist leaders in America
have prepared a memorandum telling why the pro-
jected Anglo-American statement to bar discussions
on Jewish aspirations in Palestine would be unwar-
ranted and disastrous ... It would, it is argued,
virtually impose an abridgement of free speech for
the Jewish people within our own country at a tune
when all peoples are freely discussing the issues of
peace ... It would imply a definite departure from
traditional American policy towards the Jewish
Homeland in Palestine, established in 1922. when
Congress of the United States unanimously declared
its support ... It would be a new chapter in appease-
ment, since it would represent a yielding to the
Arabs who have been indifferent and even hostile
to the Allied Cause at the expense of the Jews in
Palestine who have contributed all in their power
to victory Military expediency canot now be in-
voked to sanction such a policy, if it was unneces-
sary at a time when Rommel was actually at the
gates of Suez Such a statement is more likely to
increase tension than to ease it. for it would be a
signal to the Arabs that the United Nations are with-
drawing-support of Jewish aspirations in Palestine,
and as a result Arabs would be encouraged in new
acts of provocation and Jews may be driven to deeds
of despair ... It would be a blow at the few mil-
lion Jews in Europe who still survive Hitler and who
look to Palestine as the one place where they may
find a homeland when the war ends ... If such a
statement is issued, it will mean that in April, 1944,
the MacDonald White Paper of 1939 will become
operative and all Jewish immigration into Palestine
as of that date will be barred because it will be
subject to Arab discretion Such a declaration
would follow the pattern imposed by the State De-
partment on North Africa and would create new
doubts in the hearts of small peoples in Europe's
underground. In this sense it might militate against
the effective prosecution of the war ... All these as
well as other arguments, were presented to Presi-
dent Roosevelt by an important Jewish leader who
happens to be a non-Zionist.
The Washington Pot: The American Jewish Con-
gress and members of the Emergency Committee
for Zionist Affairs are beginning to show signs of
jealousy over the activities in Washington of the
small groups of Revisionists which is behind the
Emergency Committee to Save the Jews of Europe.
Especially since this group succeeded in having a
real good talk with Secretary of State Cordell Hull
on the question of saving Jews from satellite coun-
tries ... It is understood that Rabbi Stephen S. Wise
has made an attempt to be received by Secretary
Hull but without any result One need not be
surprised if Zionist leaders will soon start quietly
some talks with the Revisionist leaders of the Jew-
ish Army movement This will be done in an ef-
fort to create as united a front as possible for the
defense in America of Jewish aspirations in Pales-
tine Some Zionist leaders in America feel that
everything should be done to have such a wide
united Jewish front created in face of the intrigues
which a certain group of State Department officials
is conducting against Jewish interests in Palestine.
We learn that this group has contacted important
pro-Zionist senators and congressmen to influence
them against Zionism The Zionist movement in
America will lose a great friend in the State Depart-
ment should Sumner Welles cease to hold his posi-
tion as Assistant Secretary There might be some
consolation if Welles is appointed by Roosevelt as
his special ambassador and sent on a trip to the
Near East ... A report from Sumner Welles to Presi-
dent Roosevelt on Palestine, after making a study
on the spot, might undermine the anti-Zionist in-
trigues in Washington official circles.
Between Covers: Emil Ludwig, the Jewish auth-
or, comes from a family which admired Ludwig
Beethoven ... So strong was the Beethoven tradi-
tion with his parents that his father changed the last
name of the family some sixty years ago from Co-
hen to Ludwig ... No wonder, therefore, that the
complicated character of the great composer, who is
of Flemish descent, has always intrigued the noted
biographer The result is that we now have a
book, "BeethovenLife of a Conqueror," written by
Emil Ludwig at his California home and published
by G. Putnam's Sons The portrait of Beethoven
as painted by Emil Ludwig in his biography of the
great musical genius, may not satisfy the Nazis,
but will be read and acknowledged by every music-
lover in this country ... It is an intimate history of the
ups and downs, of the sufferings and the victories,
of a man who. though himself deaf, gave the world
immortal music The cause of Beethoven's deaf-
ness was not in the auditory area of the brain, but
in the nerves of the ear, hence he was able to think
in terms of sound.


PAGE SIX
-Jewlst Her Mian
FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. 1943
^^%^^
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
**-************1**************** 1 *! i'n*in 1*1 n_n_n_n_n.rui_rui
I. UNI P.
Membership Campaign
We are looking forward to a
very successful membership
drive this year. This is due to the
fact that everyone working with
B. A. Sterling, chairman of the
membership drive, is cooperating
wholeheartedly and enthusiastic-
ally.
Cultural and Entertainment
Activities
Very good good news was re-
ceived by the '-Y*' office from D.
C. Willner, chairman of the cul-
tural and entertainment commit-
tee. He informed us that very
elaborate plans are being made
for this coming season in the way
of meetings and entertainment
programs lor our members and
friends. As soon as definite news
reaches the "Y" office, we will
inform you. so watch these col-
umns for further developments.
Bowling League
Supermen took the lead in the
Y. M. H. A. duckpin league Mon-
day night by defeating Hi-Fly-
ers in all three of then' contests.
Monday night's play marked the
opening round of play in the
league, and was attended by the
largest gathering in history.
In other contests, the Hangers
defeated the Canadian Ace.:. 2 to
1: the Tigers emerged winner in
two (if three games against the
Miamians, while the Bombardiers
took the measure of the Termites
by the same margin
Sam Badanes, of the Termites,
rolled the high score ol the night.
his total being 136. He also was
high man for the set, the total
being 268 pins.
Standings
Team W.
Supermen ................. 3
Rangers
Tigers ..
Bombardiers
Canadian Aces
Miamians
Termites
Hi-Fliers
II
MEMBERS DRIVE
RADIO HOUR
Rabbi S. M. Machtei of Beth
Sholom Center will be the guest
speaker on the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation Hour at 9:15 a. m. Sunday
over Station WQAM. His sub-
ject will be "The Warning.'"
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
BEAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5 5868
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
Ask for Free 1943 Descriptive
Map "( Miami lieach
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots, Homes. Hotels
Apartment Houses
M. GILLER
Reg. Real Estate Broker
Ph. 58-1188 523 Mich. Ave.
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORTDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MART SCHREBNICX
Pvt. Joseph Bortman of this
city has completed training at
the Army Air Forces Technical
Training Schools at Miami Beach
and was transferred to Brookley
Field, Ala., pending transfer to
his unit.
A. Wacksman is on duty with
the Sea-Bees somewhere in the
Pacific, according to word re-
ceived by friends.
Buy War Savings Bonds
rkktth
Products
Ira Levin has been engaged in
intensive study recently, accord-
ing to word received by his fath-
er, A. Levin. A member of an
armored division, Pvt. Levin is
connected with the accounting
staff.
ALFAR-
CR^^MERV CO.
WEST PALM BEACH
MXLXCBEAMICK
Pvt. Sidney Dubbin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubbin, has
been promoted to the rank of
Pfc. at his post at Camp Mead.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein has
returned to the community after
a six week vacation in New York
and Steubenville. Ohio.
Mrs. Morris Dubbin left for
Hendersonville. N. C. where she
i will spend a months vacation.
The Business and Professional
Women's Division of Hadassah
are launching their annual mem-
L. bership drive this month. Miss
0 Polly Gershon, president of the
1 local organization, announced.
2 1 The next meeting of the group
2 1 will take place Monday evening,
1 2 August 30. at Carl's. 1715 Alton
1 2 Rd.. Miami Beach.
1 2 The Business and Professional
' Division, part of Senior Hadas-
sah. became a separate division
ten years ago in order to allow
those women who worked, and
could not attend meetings during I
the day, to participate in the
Work ol Hadassah.
"With so many more women
working today," Marion Block.
chairman, stated, "we anticipate
a really growing membership this
coming year.
"With world conditions what
they are today, with the need so
much greater than it has ever
been in our history, no t Jewish
woman with any concern 'for her
people can stand aside and not
enter into an organization that is
helping M.lve the problem.
"Hadassah works on two fronts
geographically, on one front mor-
ally. On the American front Ha-
dassah takes a leading part in
i n'- war services. In the
current campaign for bombers, i
our members subscribed more
than ten million dollars in bonds. |
Through our 100 chapters Hadas-
sah members are active in all
branches of civilian services and
have recognition from the Red
Cross, Treasury Department, and
the USO service men's activities.
"In Palestine, the very word
Hadassah' stands for good health
and medical advancement.
"Right now the medical world
is giving dote attention to a new
method of wound treatment dis-
covered by scientists of the Ha-
dassah-University medical center
in Jerusalem. So important is the
discovery that a full report of it
was recently given at the annual
meetings of the International
College of Surgeons in New
York.
"Hadassah's emergency child
feeding project, its system of
mother and child care and its
program of popular education in
health is famous.
"And we mustn't forget Youth
Aliyah. with its stupendous task
of saving thousands of children
from war-torn Europe.
"Every woman who wants to
do her share in the work for the
Four Freedoms will certainly find
her place in Hadassah."
Miss Block announces that the
membership drive will climax
with a party for new members,
with those old members who have
sponsored new ones acting as
hostesses She urges every mem-
ber having a prospect to get in
touch with her in order to be eli-
gible for attendance to the party.
LEGAL NOTICES
FOR
NOTICE OF APPLICATI
TAX DEED
Chapter 17437
, _____ A 8333
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVFV i.
MOM Griffin holder S2t. r"AT
County Tax
RUDY R. ADLER
vice-chairman of the Miami Beach
division. Dade County War Sav-
ings committee, who has been
one of those instrumental in hav-
ing war bond totals exceed all
quotas set for Miami Beach.
I. C J. W. PLANS
holder of st
Certificate No i,,'."*
lied the 7th day of July a i?0,..U-
has filed name In mv m,.. l'*i.
made application for 2 tS ES>"
taatu there.,,.. Bald rnfu...d|"*d to
l";"-- ','"' fV""wl"K described' em-
eily In the County uf Dad
Florida, io-wit:
Inns Addition, a Sub., i.|nt" ,.''"
!. Page 138. In the'e, n,'JM,k
Dad.-. Slate of Florida
The assessment <,f said
under the said certificate
name of: Unknown.
Unless aald certificate shall
.!,. med according to law th.
erty described therein win' i.
the highest bidder at the ,.,,,,*, '''
door on the flrsi Monday in inV
of October. i:<43, which i th
of October, 1943.
Dated this 20th dav of Aturui
B. I!. L.BATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court, Dads
I'ounty. Klorida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C. BTBRRET1
1/20-27 !/3-10
prop.
Mate of
<> of
property
was n, lb;
be re-
IM-Op-
inonth
4th day
194:.
D. ,C
tiRT
TO NEW CITIZENS
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHED 1893
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla.
Palm Beach Bottling Works
INCORPORATED
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Beverages of Quality Since 1920
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1201 South Olive Avenue
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PHONE 5172
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236 HALCYON ARCADE
1*5 E Fl,gi>r S,
As part uf its program of Ser-
vice t" Foreign Born, the Miami
Section of the National Council
of Jewish Women announces its
ohms (or the establishment of
classes to assist adult aliens to
prepare themselves for citizen-
ship. These classes will enable
aliens to further their knowledge
Of Americanism and all that it
implies. Public schools of Dade
County are cooperating with the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men. Miami Section, as well as
W. W. Eyster. district director of
the Immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Service of the U. S. Depart-
ment of Justice for Miami. Miss
Marie A. Cone, head of the de-
partment of education of the
Immigration and Naturalization
Service, is assisting in this pro-
ject.
Classes will be conducted with-
out charge and are open to adults
of all religious beliefs. They will
be held twice each week in Mi-
ami and Miami Beach. Begin-
ning Wednesday, September 8.
classes in the city will be con-
ducted at the Riverside Elemen-
tary School, 221 S. W. 12th Ave-
nue, every Monday and Wed-
nesday. Afternoon classes are
from 4 to 6 o'clock, evening
classes from 7 to 9. Miami
Beach classes will be held on
Tuesday and Thursday, starting
Tuesday, September 7, from 2 to
4 p. m. and in the evening of the
same days from 7 to 9. These
classes will be conducted at the
Central Beach Elementary school
at 1420 Washington Ave. Miss
Christine Palmer will be the in-
I structor for these classes.
Those interested or in need
of assistance in preparing them-
j selves to appear before the fall
term of the District Court may
receive further details by calling
I the office of the National Council
;of Jewish Women, Miami Section.
I telephone 3-6554.
i Responsible for arrangements
| for these classes is Council's
chairman on Americanization.
Mrs. Joseph Eppstein, who has
been assisted by Mrs. Herbert
Schwartz.
Assistance in filing petitions
; for second papers is provided
! free of charge by a staff of trained
, volunteers at the Council
: 513 Congress Building,
times.
IN THE Cl >UNTY JUDGE'S
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTT
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 14142
In Re: ESTATE OP Mi hums
BINDER, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'm aii Creditor! and All Persons ii.-w-
ink Claims ,,i I lemauds A,'.,(nit
s.i id Estate:
You and each <( you, are hereto
notified and required t<> present u>
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MORRIS BINDER d eased
late of Dade County, Florida,
Hon. w. p. Blanton, Count) i idgt of
Dade County, and file the same in his
office In the Counts Courtho
Dade County, Florida, within ^hi
ralendar months from tin- da;.- ..f the
first publication hereof, Bald rialma
"i demanda to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be nrora
lo ami presented is aforesaid. i isms
" ill I-- ban ed s.-.- Beet Ion 120 of th.
1933 Probate Art.
I'ai.- August IS, A. I ''.
ABRAHAM BINDER
As Executor of th.- Last Will and
Testament of Munis Hi:.
i ceased.
i' I pub itlon on iufust 1 i?u.
HAROL.D KA8BEWITZ
Attornej for Abraham Hinder.
EJxei utoi
6 20-27 9 ::-in
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned will registei with
the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court In and
fin- Dade County, Florida, the fled-
ttoua name. BROWN HOTELS.
Miami. Fliiridn, tinder whii-h w
are engaged in business.
DAVID BROWN-
FAY BROWN
OwneU
7/30 8/6-13-20-27
IOUS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITl
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thi
the undersigned will register with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
for Dude County. Florida, the ficti-
tious name. MIAMI KoSHKK MEAT
& Itin.TKY MARKET, 2011 S \V
8th St.. Miami. Florida, under which
We are engaged in business.
DAVE KI.KHER
ADOLI'H ADLER
LOON KAPLAN wner'
Attorney for Applicants
S/I3-20-27 /:;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned win register with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
for Had. County, Florida, the ficti-
tious name, ACE hah a,- METAL c i
Miami. Florida, under which we are
engaged in business.
HARRY FATKI,
,.. JOSEPH WENOER
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND 1-1)11 |ADE COUNT!
FlidlilDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 14,111
in Re: ESTATE OF mkyf.ic
RAUZIN, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'o aii Creditors and aii Peraona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
You. and each of you, are herel>>
notified and required to present an>
Claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of MEYER RAl.ZIN. also
known as MEYER Wo|F RAUZIN
and M. \V UAI/.IN. deceased late "I
Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W.
F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade
County, mid file the same ln.b Office
In the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eight calen-
dar months fro,,, the date or the first
publication hereof. Said claims .-:
demand* to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to lie sworn t"
i presented as aforesaid, or same
Bee Section 120 of the
office ui" '"' barred. Sea
.. _ij 1 l',;:; I'rol.ate Act.
11 dJI Kate Augtml ft,
SPANISH FASCISTS URGING
GHETTOS FOR THE JEWS
London (WNS)Spanish fas-
cists in Tangier. Spanish Moroc-
co, are circulating petitions urg-
ing the government to establish
ghettos for Jews, it was reported
here this week from Algiers
They were joined in their cam-
paign by the Nazi newspaper
Echo de Tangier" which wrote
last week that "the only way to
stop the Jews in Spanish Moroc-
co from giving aid to the Allies
is to throw them in ghettos
I internment camps."
and
A. I). Hii:'
IDA RAUZIN
\s Ulmlnietratrls of {fie."Estate <>t
m.'.i Raualn, also known as Meyef
Wolf Rausln and M. W Rausin.
Deceased.
LOUIS HBIMAN
Attorney for Administratrix
\ -' /-10-17
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned will register with the
Clerk of the circuit Court In and for
Dade County, Florida, the fictitious
name. THE JEWISH YEARBOOK,
under which I am engaged In busi-
ness.
FRED K. HHOCHET
S/20-171/3-10-17
New York (JTA)Seventy-
seven percent of Canadian Jews
in 1941 declared Yiddish as their
mother tongue, the Yiddish Sci-
entific Institute of New York has
announced.


FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1943
> Jew 1st fhrkllan
PAGE SEVEN
WITH LOCAL BOYS
II MIMED SLUICE
Florence Badanes, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes,
126 S. W. 9th Avenue, who is sta-
tioned in Daytona Beach as a
member of the WACs, has been
promoted to rank of technical ser-
geant. Sgt. Badanes is connected
with the Motor Transport ser-
vice.
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE
Of The Jewish Welfare Board
A COMMUNITY PROJECT
Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
wy r\ r\
PARADE!
Philip Seymour Optner is vis-
iting his mother, Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner. He is now store keeper,
first class, at the United States
Naval Section Base at St. Peters-
burg, Fla. He has received sev-
eral promotions during his four-
teen months' service. Recently
he spent a seven day furlough
with his sisters, Mrs. Mark Simp-
son and Mrs. Paul Optner in
New York City.
In a letter to his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Jacoby, 470 S. W.
25th Rd., 1st Lt. William E. Ja-
coby writes of his trip overseas:
"When we made our first stop
on this route, each one of us re-
ceived a kit from the Red Cross
containing razor blades, soap,
cigarettes, writing paper and
small articles useful while travel-
ing.
"Honestly, everyone of us was
extremely impressed and appre-
ciative of these small favors and
thoughtfulness. So, when you
do Red Cross work in your spare
time or contribute a few nickels
to buy 'cigarettes for your man
overseas,' you can be sure that
we are getting the stuff and |.p-
preciating it."
From the Miami area in the
Army Specialized Training Unit
at Washington and Jefferson col-
lege, Washington, Pa., are Pvt.
Jack Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Rubin. 4411 Sheridan
Avenue, Miami Beach, and Pvt.
William T. Reich, son of Mrs.
Molka Reich, 19 S. W. Second St.
T-5 Harold G. Shapiro, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Shapiro,
1157 N. W. First St, has en-
rolled with the United States
Armed Forces Institute, Madison,
Wis., an official war department
school which provides vocational
correspondence courses for men
and women in the service. He is
stationed at Drew Field.
Petty Officer Dan Roth has been
promoted to the rank of second
class coxswain. Mr. Roth is at-
tached to the Navy Shore Patrol
of this area.
WANTS FACILITIES
FOR SERVICE MEN
Emanuel ReUler, Miami Beach,
commissioned a second lieuten-
ant after completing quartermas-
ter school at Camp Lee, Va.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEOROE M. COHEN
MAURICE QROS8MAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec.
Executive Committee
Mr*. Walter Bronaton. Mra. Max
Debrin, Maurice Oroaeman, Louie
Helman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Mrs. Murry Koven, Harry Marko-
wltz, Nat Roth, Fred Shochet,
Milton Sirkin. Joeeph Stein. Mr*,
erman Wallach, Carl Weinkle,
Geonae Wolpert.
Pvt. Harold S. Meyers. 1610 S.
W. 16th Ave., arrived at the Field
Artillery Replacement Training
Center at Fort Bragg, N. C, for
basic training.
Robert R. Lyon. son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. G. Lyon, 1600 S. W. 16th
Ave., was promoted to technician,
fifth grade, at the signal corps
school, Camp Crowder, Mo.
Pvt. Otcar Rappaport, son of
Max Rappaport, 1671 S. W. 15th
St., has completed his basic
training with an artillery unit
at Ft. Sill and has been assigned
to the Star unit, Stillwater,
Okla., for classification.
Merwin S. Rosenberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. Rosenberg, 22 N.
W. 18th Ave., was promoted to
technician, fifth grade, at Camp
Crowder.
Cadet Herbert B. Wileruky, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Wilensky,
has been assigned to the Army
Specialized Training Unit at
Mushingam College, New Con-
cord, Ohio. Cadet Wilensky was
with the anti-aircraft division of
the coast artillery stationed at
Camp Haan, Calif., before his
transfer.
Lt. Stanley Cohen. 25, of Pu-
laski, Tenn., has been decorated
with the Distinguished Flying
Cross and the Air Medal, and
holds a special citation besides.
A navigator attached to a bom-
bardment group stationed in New
Delhi, Lt. Cohen took part in
one of the longest bombing mis-
sions ever attempteda 3.000
mile flight to Japanese-held ob-
jectives at Bangkok culminating
in a savage attack on the enemy's
installations.
A graduate of Vanderbilt Uni-
versity, Lt. Cohen is a member of
the Vine Street Temple of Nash-
ville and has been active in Jew-
ish community affairs. His broth-
er, Ensign Charles Cohen, is an
engineering officer aboard a
minesweeper. Lt. Cohen is mar-
ried and lives at 439 College St.
Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida
Name
Address (Home).
Date of Birth-----
JDate of Enlistment-
Name of Nearest Relative-
Address__________________
.Relationship-
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events or services:-------------------------------------------------------------
HELP WANTED!
to build the most all-inclusive list of Jewish men and women
in the armed forces of the United States.
It is essential that every Jew in America make himself a
committee of one to transmit information on those in service
or who have been decorated, missing in action, wounded, or
who have given their lives in service. By doing this you will
be aiding in the authentic recording of Jewish participation in
this warnow being compiled by the
BUREAU OF WAR RECORDS, NAT ROTH, Chairman
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
c/o P. O. BOX 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Nathan Rothberg, director
of the Jewish Welfare Board -
USO organisation, is inter-
ested in contacting local res-
idents who are in a position
to accommodate service men
at their homes while these
men are on short leaves from
nearby camps, at reasonable
rates. Mr. Rothberg may be
reached at his office in the
Y. M. H. A.. 9-1323.
REFUGEE DECORATED
SOVIET PAPER HAS
HIGH PRAISE FOR
NURSES
Pvt. John Goetz is one of the young
refugees brought to this country by
the European-Jewish Children's
Aid. affiliated with the National Re-
fugee Service, who are repaying
America for giving them homes
and freedom. Wounded in action
against the Japs, Pvt. Goetz has
just been awarded the Order of the
Purple Heart
Kuibyshev (WNS)Za Rodina
(Homeland), a Soviet newspaper
published for Russian soldiers on
the front, carried an article this
week praising the work, daring
and self-sacrifice of Jewish nurses
on the front. The author of the
article stated that during the bat-
tle of Orel many Jewish nurses
went to the fighting lines to save
the lives of wounded Russian sol-
diers.
The newspaper relates that one
Jewish nurse, Raya Schapiro, was
wounded three times in one bat-
tle before she was prevailed up-
on to return inland for medical
treatment. When the battle for
Orel was at its height Miss Scha-
piro was struck by a Nazi bullet.
Bleeding and in pain she refused
to heed the advice of her super-
iors and, with bandaged wounds,
continued to treat the injured
soldiers. A short while thereaf-
ter, while treating a wounded of-
ficer, she was struck in the cheek
by a German bullet. Again she
refused to leave the front line.
It was only after she was struck
in the arm by German shrapnel
necessitating a major operation,
that she left the front lines.
Miss Schapiro enrolled ..as a
nurse soon after the war broke
out. She saw service in the bat-
tles for Dniepropretovsk, Khar-
kow, Rostow and Orel.
The newspaper also lauded the
heroism of another Jewish nurse,
the 10-year-old Rose Weinman.
Miss Weinman was praised for
meritorious service during the
battle for Orel. She is now in
Orel with the victorious Red
Army.
JACK SIEGEL, 44.
DESIRES ACTION
A man of much action, Jack
Siegel of Miami Beach, is home
on leave after completing boot
training in a Maryland camp..
At 44, Petty Officer Siegel has
again enlisted for armed service.
A veteran of Gen. Pershing's
Mexican campaign of 1916, the
battles of St. Mihiel, Meuse-Ar-
gonne and Verdun in World War
1, Pop Siegel, as he is known to
the youngsters in the army and
navy, received several decora-
tions and citations.
Entering the army in June
1942, Siegel promptly won him-
self a sergeant's rating. He
served six months with a medical
detachment at Fort Bragg, and
then received an honorable dis-
charge because of his age. He
lost no time in getting back into
military service and enlisted in
the navy. He's on leave now,
after sojourning in a Maryland
boot camp. He expects to be as-
signed to the SS duPont here.
T Sgt. Hyman P. Rosenberg,
23, of St. Louis, Mo., is a three-
medal flyer, holding the Distin-
guished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal and an Oak Leaf Cluster.
His record appeared in the hon-
or roll of March 8th, noting his
receipt of the Air Medal. His
brother, Morris, is also a sergeant.
S/Sgt. Sidney L. Kohn. 24, of
St. Louis, Mo., has been awarded
the Distinguished Flying Cross
"for extraordinary achievement"
in the European theatre of oper-
ations. He already holds the Air
Medal. Bombardier aboard a
Flying Fortress, Sergeant Kohn
has been missing in aerial action
for several months.
Lieutenant Eliot Grafman, 46
years old, is a former Long Beach,
Calif., rabbi now on duty with
the Army as a chaplain, serving
the religious needs of airman in
training at the San Antonio,
Texas, Aviation Cadet Center.
Chaplain Grafman was a ma-
rine in the last war. He trained
at Parris Island, where he quali-
fied as a rifle expert, saw duty
at Boston Navy Yard, and spent
nine months with a combat out-
fit at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
He is married and has a 10-
year old daughter, Rosemary,
who now lives with his wife in
San Antonio.
Before Chaplain Grafman came
to the cadet center, he was sta-
tioned at Fort Lewis, Wash., as
assistant post chaplain.
He has a unique recordfrom
Marines to Rabbinate to Air
Corps. He is also a graduate of
three colleges University of
Cincinnati, Hebrew Union Col-
lege of Cincinnati, and John
Marshall Law College in Chicago.
The chaplain's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Grafman, live in Brook-
lyn, N. Y.
S Sgt. Marvin Mitchell. 22. of
Philadelphia, is another in the
growing roll of upper-bracket
medal-holders, having just been
awarded the Air Medal and ten
Oak Leaf Clusters.
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BEACH JEWISH CENTER
Mil Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach
ABRAHAM D. WOLF, Cantor
Friday, 7:30 p. m., Kabalos
Shabos.
Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor,
will conduct the musical services.
Saturday morning, services:
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ad-
dress the worshipers on "An Ur-
gent Plea on the Eve of Elul."
At 6 p. m. the regular Bible
study group will meet under the
direction of Morris Gershon.
Saturday Shalosh Seudes 7 p.
m. Refreshments and community
singing. Daily services mornings
and evenings.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
7(1 41st St., Miami Beach
8. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, 7:30 p. m. Kabbolas
Shabbos service. Cantor Abra-
ham Friedman.
Saturday, 9:30 a. m., service.
Shabbos M'vor'chim, Cantor A.
Friedman. Rabbi S. M. Machtei
preaching on "Thirty Days No-
tice." Minchah at 7 p. m., fol-
lowed by class in Pirke Avoth.
Service men's Se'udah Shlishis at
7:15 p. m., Chaplain Harold H.
Gordon presiding.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. K. lath St., Miami
COL.MAN A. ZWITMAN, Rabbi
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. I'h.D
Rablil EmcritUf
Services will be continued at
Temple Israel during the sum-
mer months on Fridays at 8:15
p. m. with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
officiating.
SCHAAREI ZEDEE
1545 S. W. Third St.. Miami
SIMON APRIL Kabbl
Services Friday 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath morning services be-
gin at 9 o'clock, with Rabbi Simon
April in charge.
Mincha services begin at 6:30
p. m. followed by the study of
the Ethics of the Fathers.
Daily services morning and
evening. Hebrew school 10 a. m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
90 9. W. 17 Ave.. Miami
JOSEPH E. 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.
Shalosh S'oodoss, 7:00 p. m.
Rabbi Rackovsky speaking to
the worshipers.
OBITUARIES
MRS. MARY BARNETT
Mrs. Mary Barnett, 68, of 900
Pennsylvania Ave., died Monday
night in a Miami Beach hospital.
She was a resident of Miami
Beach for 12 years, coming from
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Surviving are two sons. Jack
and Samuel Barnett. both of Mi-
ami Beach, and two sisters, Mrs.
Dottie Katz and Mrs. Rose Ral-
sey, both of Brooklyn.
Services were held Wednesday
in the Riverside Memorial chapel.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. 1943
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MRS. ROSE TANNER
Mrs. Rose Tanner. 45. wife of
Louis J. Tanner, 1536 Michigan
Ave.. died Saturday at a Miami
Beach hospital.
She came here six years ago
from Brooklyn, N. Y.. where she
was active in a number of chari-
table organizations. She was a
member of the Miami Beach Wo-
men's Service center and Red
Cross Casualty station 23.
Besides her husband, she leaves
a son. St. Robert J. Tanner,
USA. at Fort Wright. N. Y.; her
mother. Mrs. Fannie Rabonowitz.
for the accommodations of out
of-town delegates, visitors and
local delegates to stay at the Ver-
sailles for the week-end of the
convention. This will give every-
body an opportunity to be on the
spot where all the activities
will take place.
The convention committee of
Sholem Lodge consists of Leo
Eisenstein, chairman; Harold
Turk, Max Silver, Sam Silver
Edward Newman, Kenneth Oka'
Frek K. Shochet, Dr. Marcus Cir-
lin, Sidney Wasserman, Gary
Glatt, and Morris G. Warner.
The Women's Auxiliary, also
planning for the convention of
Ladies Auxiliaries of Florida
being ever present. Sholem Lodge j State B'nai B'rith Lodges, have
Buy "Another" Bomber Drive
Beginning September 9th, 1943,
coinciding with the Third War
Bond Drive to be set in motion
by the government, Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith will launch
its campaign to sell $400,000 in
Series E War Bonds to be ap-
plied towards the purchase of an-
other bomber.
The bomber purchased through
the efforts of B'nai B'rith in April
of this year, the "Spirit of B'nai
B'rith, Greater Miami," was the
first concrete contribution of
Sholem Lodge toward the war
effort which was participated in
by the entire community. Not
satisfied with this, and the need
shall again devote its efforts in
the sale of war bonds, the object
Mishnah and Jewish Laws and |ro<,kl-vn: ***** sisters. Mrs. Mary ()f whlch wi b to bu' anothcr"
Customs group meets
7:15 and 8:00 p. m.
daily at
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wash. Ave. and trd St.. .Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHEliOFF, Rabbi
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
Saturday 8:30 a. m.. services.
Cantor Maurice Mamches chant-
ing. Early Sabbath services 7
a. m. Sabbath afternoon services
7:30 p. m. Service men's Shalosh
S'oodoss follows.
Daily services morning and
evening.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
Reform Synagogue aervlng Hollywood.
Ft. Ijiuderdalo and Itroward County
SAMUEL HAI.EVI BARON, Rabbi
Services: Friday, 8 p. m.
Religious School: Sunday, 10
a. m.
Sisterhood business meeting.
Monday. 8 p. m.
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Servicemen's Center
canteen, Wednesday. 6 to 11 p. m.
Orliner and Mrs. Ada P. Levine.
both of Brooklyn, and Mrs. Besse
Cobbs. Miami Beach, and three
brothers, Morris. Benjamin and
Jules Rabonowitz. all of Brook-
lyn.
Services were held Monday at
Riverside Memorial chapel with
Rabbi Samuel Max Machtei,
Beth Sholom congregation, offi-
ciating.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVTO
139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami
MAX SHAPIRO. Kabbl
LOUIS HAYMAN. Cantor
Friday, 7 p. m.: Kabbalas Sha-
bos service.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
6:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
KENHOLZ MARKET ON
BEACH TO OPEN SOON
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reopening tor service to its pat-
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August 31. according to its own-
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at 1043 Washington Ave. for
many years, the market will fea-
ture its usual policy of Kashrus.
quality, service and courtesy.
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TSCHAIKOWSKY. LISZT.
DEBUSSY ON PROGRAM
Debussy, Liszt. Tschaikowsky
and Ambroise Thomas are the
composers whose works will be
performed by the NBC Sym-
phony on the General Motors
Symphony of the air program,
Sunday. August 29 (NBC. 5:00 to
6:00 p. m. EWT). Frank Black
will conduct.
(Thli" column is conducted by the
' I 1 Miami Jewlnh Federation In
......Iteration with The Jewish Florid -
Ian as ;i community service. To inform
ihi community <>f your organisation's
activities and t" avoid conflicts in
rtatea, phone ::-.".tl 1 ami ask for
"Community Calendar." Notification
musl reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week >
Sat., Sept. 4, opening State Con-
vention B'nai B'rith, Versailles
Hotel. 8 p. m.
Thurs.. Sept. 9, Jewish Welfare
Bureau Board meeting. Sunshine
Room, Ingraham Bldg., 8 p. m.
Sun.. Sept. 12. Sun.. Sept. 26.
opening Y. M. H. A. membership
drive.
Tues.. Sept. 14. B'nai B'rith
and Auxiliary meeting, 8:15 p. m.
Wed.. Sept. 22. Council of Jew-
ish Women, luncheon meeting.
Sun.. Oct. 10. Miami Y. M. H.
A. dance, 8 p. m.
bomber. This, of course, contem-
plates that every man, woman,
and child in the Greater Miami
area will be asked to buy a Se-
ries E War Bond to help make
up a $400,000 quota, the cost of
the bomber.
Chairmen have been designat-
ed to head the drive and Jake
Felt and R. R. Adlcr will act as
co-chairmen on Miami Beach.
V/ith Joe Lipton and Sam Miller
marshalling the forces of Miami
as co-chairmen.
The drive will continue through
October 15th. allowing a little
more than a month for the ac-
complishment of the objective.
B'nai B'rith is an issuing agency
for war bonds and all persons
buying bonds are urged to do so
through B'nai B'rith. so that
bonds sold during the drive per-
iod. September 9th to October
15th. will carry the B'nai B'rith
a convention committee consist-
ing of Jennie Rotfort, chairman-
Mrs. Gary Glatt, Mrs. Milton
Friedman, and Mrs. Sam Silver.
Those interested in attending
the conventions without stopping
at the Versailles Hotel, can par-
ticipate in all the activities
thereof on the payment of a reg-
istration fee of $5.00 ancf in ad-
dition to being admitted to alt
functions of the convention, the
registration fee wjll also include
a luncheon on Sunday, Septem-
ber 5th and an informal banquet
on the evening of that day. All
members and friends of B'nai
B'rith and their ladies are urged
to make immediate reservations
according to their requirements,
by contacting the respective
chairmen or calling the B'nai
B'rith office. 3-6391.
This convention being dedicat-
ed to war service, it -is contem-
plated that a high ranking WAC
or WAVE will address the wo-
men's convention and a high
stamp and be thus applied toward ranking member of the Armed
the purchase of the bomber. All Forces will address the men's
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Florida State B'nai B'rith
Convention
The B'nai B'rith Lodges in the
state of Florida are getting ready
to hold their convention during
the Labor Day week-end at the
Versailles Hotel. The conven-
tion is being held here on the
invitation of Sholem Lodge in
the dual interest of out-of-town
delegates and the Greater Miami
community.
The committee in charge of ar-
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f*Jewisti f/cridfian J&BUY COMBINING IFlhlP IliPvm/ii <&lh II tuniHtus 12?^ ^5ga The Jewtsf) tUmaty /# VOLUME 16—No. 35 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1943 PRICE TEN CENTS American Jewish Conference in Readiness For Momentous Sessions Which Will Begin Sunday : O n 4 T." is Pioneer in Offering Facilities to Men in Service Most Important Meeting in n flf jfjp Jewish History, in N. Y. City rnuuicmnurn in L Plans for the sessions of the I will consist of 14 members, with American Jewish Conference, to begin at the Waldorf-Astoria on Sunday afternoon, August 29th, have been completed, it was announced. The gathering will finish its business on Thursdiay night, September 2nd. In addition to the election of officers ;ind a steering committee, the first session will consist of a prayMr. Louis Heiman will represent The Jewish Floridian as its press correspondent for on the-scene coverage of the momentous gathering. He will sit at the press table where he will be in a position to gather firsthand information for our readers, as well as keep in touch with behind-the-scene activities. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David congregation, and Harry Simonhoff. local attorney, will represent this area at the conference. Abe Newman of Jacksonville. fmtmmr president of the Zionist Organisation district, and Day J. Apte of Tampa, a vice-president of the chamber of commerce and president of the Boy Scouts, are the other Florida delegates. ler by Rabbi B. L. Levinthal, of Philadelphia, dean of the OrthoIdox rabbinate and addresses by [Henry Monsky, president of B'nai p'nth, and Dr. Stephen S. Wise, %  president of the American Jewish Congress. The praesidium recognition being given to every major group represented at the Conference. The "key" method of running the Conference, fashioned after French parliamentary practice, and that of the World Zionist Congress, will prevail. It is, in effect, the proportional representation system, designed to give the various organizations representation on the sub-committees which will be appointed by the steering committee, which itself will consist of some 50 to 55 members. A.publicity release issued by the Conference preparatory committee denied rumors that the sessions would concern themselves exclusively with post-war problems. One of the subcommittees, it was stated, will deal with immediate efforts at relief and rescue of European Jewry. The delegates attending the Waldorf Astoria sessions will have the benefit of a special i room for religious services. Conference officials pointed out. A large number of the delegates are expected to take advantage of these facilities for morning, afternoon and evening prayers. The mornings will be reserved for subcommittee meetings and plenary sessions will be held during the afternoon and evenings. That the American Jewish Conference will have many of the appurtenances of international The entire facilities of the Y. M. H. A. are open to service men at all times. The "Y" was quick to respond to the social and entertainment needs of the thousands of service men stationed in Mayor Mitchell Wolfson of Mithis ai "ea and was in the lead of ami Beach has been commissioned otner organizations in adminisa major in the Army specialist tering to their needs, when the reserve, the war department anmen x rst made their appearance nounces. Mayor Wolfson said he | ncle The needs of these men are first among the "Y's" many activities and every possible manner of service is being rendered them. This resume of the many ways in which these men are served by the "Y" evidence the vast activity carried on in their behalf. MAJOR MITCHELL WOLFSON the Miami Service League This group is composed of women who have taken over the dances for service men at the | "Y." Almost one hundred women belong to this group and are doing a splendid job with the service men's dances and send1 off parties for selectees. Their work is financed and supervised by the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish i Welfare Board. One of the featj ures of the Saturday night service men's dances conducted at men look forward to it. Tht> Young Women's Hebrew Association is sponsoring and paying for these calls. Victory Belles The girls who attend the Saturday night dances for service men at the "Y" are known as the Victory Belles. Each girl must qualify. She must be 18 years old or over and must furnish character references. Each girl is investigated and upon approval is issued a card of admittance to the service men's dances. The Victory Belles are under the jurisdiction of the Service League. After the Victory' Belles have contributed 50 hours of dancing time at the service men's dances, they are issued a pin of recognition by the Dade County Defense Council. Special Squadron Dances For boys who are stationed at out-of-the-way posts and cannot come to our regular Saturday night dances for service men. special squadron dances are conducted by the Miami Service League of the Y. M. H. A. At this time, the boys are given the same opportunity to win the telephone call home. Many such I affairs have been conducted and (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) E BELESITES TO JJC J. Pittsburgh (J T A)—Edgar ^aufman, a leading figure in American Jewish life, is taking he initiative in a movement to Mganize "the independent deleSates to the American Jewish Lonference and the delegates elected by organizations who come to the Conference openminded." Mr. Kaufman, one of the independent delegates to the Conference, has addressed a letter describing his plan to the delegates p> the Conference, acting in the matter in behalf of various national leaders, including Jacob Haustein, of Baltimore. Md.;Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman, of San %  r ancisco, Calif.; Benjamin Kaufman, of Trenton, N. J.; Fred Lazjrus. Jr.. of Columbus, Ohio, and L u dge Joseph M. Proskauer of iai W n the membership Urn l tee onl y by being organza into a unit of ten or more. CALL FOR NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER A call for the observance of Saturday, August 28th, as a national day of prayer, has been sent out by the "Religious National Bloc in the American Jewish Conference," which includes the following organizations: Mizrachi Organization of America; Hapoel Hamizrachi; Mizrachi Women's Organization; Histadruth Harbonim; National Council of Young Israel; Union of Orthodox Congregations; Women's Department of the Union of Orthodox Congregations. "Let us all unite in prayer," the call concludes, "to the Eternal for the speedy victory of our country and of the United Nations, for lasting peace for the world and for a true salvation for our people." part of the country. As each service man enters, he registers in a book and is given a number. At 11 o'clock these numbers are drawn and the holder of the lucky number wins a free telephone call home. This is an outstanding event and the service had received no formal notice from Washington. "Until I do receive notice, I have no comment to make," the mayor said. Shortly after Pearl Harbor, when Mayor Wolfson was a member of the Miami Beach city council, he filed application for a commission in the Army air forces. He was installed as mayor last June, leading the field of candidates by a large majority and was elected to a four-year term Dr Abram L. Sachar, national rr,, 0 %  director of Hillel, will headline tive of KPV wiiWdS a na the P r S ram of Prominent speaka r o^Lnt nf FWiH In l* b e f" I ers and military figures that will Florida all his life. I make their appearance at the anJfc 3WLf-ftS? AS %  g-gawssra successful. Home Hospitality Many boys who come to the dances on Saturday nights have overnight leave and many boys with a few days leave come to the "Y" for advice as to where (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) NATIONAL FIGURES TO ATTEND CONVENTION He attended Columbia University and after working in his father's wholesale mercantile business became associated with the Wometco theater management. He became co-owner of the Wometco chain of 20 metropolinual Labor Day gathering of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, Sept. 4-6. at the Versailles Hotel. District officers will all be present and participate. Reservations for the two-day .fvl^iTh ft e atres in 2 u and meet are being received from the lives with his wife and three GUERILLA ARMY TAKES children at 5465 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach. He has, despite large business responsibilities, taken a very active part in civic and Jewish communal affairs. Mayor Wolfson upon entering entire state. Local residents are invited to spend the week-end at the beach hotel and attend the convention which will formally open Saturday evening. The B'nai B'rith office, phone 3-6391. is in charge of reservation details, which must be made early beROOSEVELT URGED TO TALK PALESTINE L so, as Councilman Baron de Hirsch Meyer was commissioned JEWS FOR SERVICEMEN a first lieutenant several months the army, will be the second Mij cause of limited room and banami Beach city councilman to do | Quet facilities. Sholem Lodge members .and Greater Miami residents are welcome to the sesAnkara (WNS)—Thousands of Jews in the Italian-occupied area of Yugoslavia joined the ranks of the Yugoslavian guerilla partisans when clandestine warnings by Italian officers revealed that the Nazis were about to spread ago. FRENCH GOVERNMENT TAKES SCHOOL FUNDS Berne (WNS)—The Vichy government, it was revealed here week. The Jews in the Italian-occupied regions of Yugoslavia are living in panic for fear that when the Nazis take complete control of that country they will slay, or deport, the entire Jewish population. Their fear, added the report, is grounded on the fact that Nazis have accused Italians with fraternizing with the Jews. organizations in France. The report stated that the funds had been turned over by Vichy officials to the French Red Cross. Among the seized endowment funds were those established for educational, social and religious purposes by Blumenthal of Paris and Wallerstein of Bordeaux. Recently published is a list of Nazi seized property in Trondheim, Norway. sions and affairs. Registration fee of $5.00 covers all activities. The following members of Sholem Lodge are on the committee: Leo Eisenstein. chairman: Harold Turk. Max Silver, Sam Silver, Edward Newman. Kenneth Oka, Fred Shochet, Dr. Marcus B. Cirlin, Sidney Wasserman. Gary Blatt, and Morris G. Warner. Mrs. Sam Silver, president of the Ladies Auxiliary, has appointed as her members of the convention committee, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, chairman; Mrs. Gary Glatt, Mrs. Milton Friedman, Mrs. Sam Silver. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. Washington (WNS)—Congressman Emanuel Celler of Brooklyn. New York, who charged last week that the American State Department and the British Foreign Office were planning to issue a joint statement barring all discussions of the Palestine question, announced this week that he had forwarded a letter to President Roosevelt urging him to discuss with Prime Minister Winston Churchill, at the Quebec conference, the post-war status of Palestine. Congressman Celler also asserted that "unless steps are taken to provide a just solution to the question" he would ask for a congressional investigation of the activities of all those in the State Department, and elsewhere "wMo have contributed their bit to the betrayal of Palestine." "There are those in our State Department," Congressman Celler wrote to the president, "who would encourage violation by Britain of her solemn obligations, which violations would prevent the trek of Jews to Palestine there to establish a Lordgiven homeland. Justice precludes your inaction, pity demands your intercession. Humanity dictates your words of caution to Prime Minister Churchill now visiting with you." > % 



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1943 > Jew 1st fhrkllan PAGE SEVEN WITH LOCAL BOYS II MIMED SLUICE Florence Badanes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes, 126 S. W. 9th Avenue, who is stationed in Daytona Beach as a member of the WACs, has been promoted to rank of technical sergeant. Sgt. Badanes is connected with the Motor Transport service. GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Of The Jewish Welfare Board A COMMUNITY PROJECT Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service wy r\ r\ PARADE! Philip Seymour Optner is visiting his mother, Mrs. Ida Optner. He is now store keeper, first class, at the United States Naval Section Base at St. Petersburg, Fla. He has received several promotions during his fourteen months' service. Recently he spent a seven day furlough with his sisters, Mrs. Mark Simpson and Mrs. Paul Optner in New York City. In a letter to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Jacoby, 470 S. W. 25th Rd., 1st Lt. William E. Jacoby writes of his trip overseas: "When we made our first stop on this route, each one of us received a kit from the Red Cross containing razor blades, soap, cigarettes, writing paper and small articles useful while traveling. "Honestly, everyone of us was extremely impressed and appreciative of these small favors and thoughtfulness. So, when you do Red Cross work in your spare time or contribute a few nickels to buy 'cigarettes for your man overseas,' you can be sure that we are getting the stuff and |.ppreciating it." From the Miami area in the Army Specialized Training Unit at Washington and Jefferson college, Washington, Pa., are Pvt. Jack Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Rubin. 4411 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach, and Pvt. William T. Reich, son of Mrs. Molka Reich, 19 S. W. Second St. T-5 Harold G. Shapiro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Shapiro, 1157 N. W. First St, has enrolled with the United States Armed Forces Institute, Madison, Wis., an official war department school which provides vocational correspondence courses for men and women in the service. He is stationed at Drew Field. Petty Officer Dan Roth has been promoted to the rank of second class coxswain. Mr. Roth is attached to the Navy Shore Patrol of this area. WANTS FACILITIES FOR SERVICE MEN Emanuel ReUler, Miami Beach, commissioned a second lieutenant after completing quartermaster school at Camp Lee, Va. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEOROE M. COHEN MAURICE QROS8MAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec. Executive Committee Mr*. Walter Bronaton. Mra. Max Debrin, Maurice Oroaeman, Louie Helman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry Koven, Harry Markowltz, Nat Roth, Fred Shochet, M ilton Sirkin. Joeeph Stein. Mr*, erman Wallach, Carl Weinkle, Geonae Wolpert. Pvt. Harold S. Meyers. 1610 S. W. 16th Ave., arrived at the Field Artillery Replacement Training Center at Fort Bragg, N. C, for basic training. Robert R. Lyon. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Lyon, 1600 S. W. 16th Ave., was promoted to technician, fifth grade, at the signal corps school, Camp Crowder, Mo. Pvt. Otcar Rappaport, son of Max Rappaport, 1671 S. W. 15th St., has completed his basic training with an artillery unit at Ft. Sill and has been assigned to the Star unit, Stillwater, Okla., for classification. Merwin S. Rosenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Rosenberg, 22 N. W. 18th Ave., was promoted to technician, fifth grade, at Camp Crowder. Cadet Herbert B. Wileruky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Wilensky, has been assigned to the Army Specialized Training Unit at Mushingam College, New Concord, Ohio. Cadet Wilensky was with the anti-aircraft division of the coast artillery stationed at Camp Haan, Calif., before his transfer. Lt. Stanley Cohen. 25, of Pulaski, Tenn., has been decorated with the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal, and holds a special citation besides. A navigator attached to a bombardment group stationed in New Delhi, Lt. Cohen took part in one of the longest bombing missions ever attempted—a 3.000 mile flight to Japanese-held objectives at Bangkok culminating in a savage attack on the enemy's installations. A graduate of Vanderbilt University, Lt. Cohen is a member of the Vine Street Temple of Nashville and has been active in Jewish community affairs. His brother, Ensign Charles Cohen, is an engineering officer aboard a minesweeper. Lt. Cohen is married and lives at 439 College St. Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida Name Address (Home). Date of Birth JDate of EnlistmentName of Nearest RelativeAddress .RelationshipBranch of ServiceService Address— Tei No; _Rank_ -OutfitPromotions, honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other events or services: — %  HELP WANTED! to build the most all-inclusive list of Jewish men and women in the armed forces of the United States. It is essential that every Jew in America make himself a committee of one to transmit information on those in service or who have been decorated, missing in action, wounded, or who have given their lives in service. By doing this you will be aiding in the authentic recording of Jewish participation in this war—now being compiled by the BUREAU OF WAR RECORDS, NAT ROTH, Chairman GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD c/o P. O. BOX 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA Nathan Rothberg, director of the Jewish Welfare Board USO organisation, is interested in contacting local residents who are in a position to accommodate service men at their homes while these men are on short leaves from nearby camps, at reasonable rates. Mr. Rothberg may be reached at his office in the Y. M. H. A.. 9-1323. REFUGEE DECORATED SOVIET PAPER HAS HIGH PRAISE FOR NURSES Pvt. John Goetz is one of the young refugees brought to this country by the European-Jewish Children's Aid. affiliated with the National Refugee Service, who are repaying America for giving them homes and freedom. Wounded in action against the Japs, Pvt. Goetz has just been awarded the Order of the Purple Heart Kuibyshev (WNS)—Za Rodina (Homeland), a Soviet newspaper published for Russian soldiers on the front, carried an article this week praising the work, daring and self-sacrifice of Jewish nurses on the front. The author of the article stated that during the battle of Orel many Jewish nurses went to the fighting lines to save the lives of wounded Russian soldiers. The newspaper relates that one Jewish nurse, Raya Schapiro, was wounded three times in one battle before she was prevailed upon to return inland for medical treatment. When the battle for Orel was at its height Miss Schapiro was struck by a Nazi bullet. Bleeding and in pain she refused to heed the advice of her superiors and, with bandaged wounds, continued to treat the injured soldiers. A short while thereafter, while treating a wounded officer, she was struck in the cheek by a German bullet. Again she refused to leave the front line. It was only after she was struck in the arm by German shrapnel necessitating a major operation, that she left the front lines. Miss Schapiro enrolled ..as a nurse soon after the war broke out. She saw service in the battles for Dniepropretovsk, Kharkow, Rostow and Orel. The newspaper also lauded the heroism of another Jewish nurse, the 10-year-old Rose Weinman. Miss Weinman was praised for meritorious service during the battle for Orel. She is now in Orel with the victorious Red Army. JACK SIEGEL, 44. DESIRES ACTION A man of much action, Jack Siegel of Miami Beach, is home on leave after completing boot training in a Maryland camp.. At 44, Petty Officer Siegel has again enlisted for armed service. A veteran of Gen. Pershing's Mexican campaign of 1916, the battles of St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne and Verdun in World War 1, Pop Siegel, as he is known to the youngsters in the army and navy, received several decorations and citations. Entering the army in June 1942, Siegel promptly won himself a sergeant's • rating. He served six months with a medical detachment at Fort Bragg, and then received an honorable discharge because of his age. He lost no time in getting back into military service and enlisted in the navy. He's on leave now, after sojourning in a Maryland boot camp. He expects to be assigned to the SS duPont here. T Sgt. Hyman P. Rosenberg, 23, of St. Louis, Mo., is a threemedal flyer, holding the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal and an Oak Leaf Cluster. His record appeared in the honor roll of March 8th, noting his receipt of the Air Medal. His brother, Morris, is also a sergeant. S/Sgt. Sidney L. Kohn. 24, of St. Louis, Mo., has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross "for extraordinary achievement" in the European theatre of operations. He already holds the Air Medal. Bombardier aboard a Flying Fortress, Sergeant Kohn has been missing in aerial action for several months. Lieutenant Eliot Grafman, 46 years old, is a former Long Beach, Calif., rabbi now on duty with the Army as a chaplain, serving the religious needs of airman in training at the San Antonio, Texas, Aviation Cadet Center. Chaplain Grafman was a marine in the last war. He trained at Parris Island, where he qualified as a rifle expert, saw duty at Boston Navy Yard, and spent nine months with a combat outfit at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He is married and has a 10year old daughter, Rosemary, who now lives with his wife in San Antonio. Before Chaplain Grafman came to the cadet center, he was stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash., as assistant post chaplain. He has a unique record—from Marines to Rabbinate to Air Corps. He is also a graduate of three colleges — University of Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati, and John Marshall Law College in Chicago. The chaplain's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grafman, live in Brooklyn, N. Y. S Sgt. Marvin Mitchell. 22. of Philadelphia, is another in the growing roll of upper-bracket medal-holders, having just been awarded the Air Medal and ten Oak Leaf Clusters. Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of BARCO'S MEN'S SHOP 245 East Flagler Street B. E. 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FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1943 v-Jewlsii fhrkMan PAGE FIVE irwRDUSTnu BY MILTON BROWN Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. WITH THE III SPORTS By MORRIS WEINER Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. lEIKEIjni III ME BY BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. A story that comes from some underground source in Germany this week said that a large number of German evacuees from Hamburg, on account of the air raids, were mistakenly executed by the Nazis in the gas chambers which they set up for the Jews. It seems, according to the story, that the German Aryan refugees from Hamburg, were sent, after the air raids, to one of the Nazi camps in occupied Europe. They were sent to be taken care of— not to be executed, of course, but there was some confusion—the tired dishabille victims of the air raids looked so much like the tired, hounded Jews who had been coming there to be executed—and before you know it, they had been thrown into the gas chambers by the kindly Nazi wardens—and were gone. There is a sentence mentioned in the Jewish "Mein Kampf." the Bible. It reads: "He that diggeth a pit shall fall in it." This is a purely Jewish doctrine which doesn't fit in with the New Order, which the Nazis despise, but there is a good deal of truth in it nevertheless. It will not prove surprising if the principle that was exhibited at Hamburg will be found to run all through the thread of German events before the war is over. Has it not already happened in the matter of air raids, for example? Germany, at the beginning of the war was gloating over what she would do to the world with her supersuper air fleet and boasting that no Allied airplane would dare come to Germany. Herr Goering was so sure of this that in that beautifully humorous German way. he said if a British airplane ever reached the Ruhr or Berlin, his name would be Meyer. In Germany, it is said, the favorite name for Goering now is Meyer. The reports from Italy this week make "confusion worse confounded." Upon the ousting of Mussolini and the announcement that Fascism was dead, there came reports that Jews had been restored to full equality, but the reports this week say that as yet the Jewish situation is unchanged. Probably, it may be taken for granted, that the Italians, as long as the'y are tied up with the Germans, will do nothing to abrogate the racial laws. From Cairo there came word this week that the recent conference there of Arab leaders about the proposed pan-Arab federation has not been very productive of results. There is a great deal of opposition among Arabs to the idea. The opposition, if examined, would probably be not so much to the idea of federation itself, but on the point as to who will rule the federation. The Jews, it appears, are not the only people who cannot get together. From Geneva came word this week that at a conference of the world Ort, Dr. Aaron Syngalowski had proposed what some may call a rather fanciful plan—about the Jews. This Ort leaders would divide Jews more evenly among all the trades and professions. We presume that at the bottom of this plan is the idea that there are too many Jews in a few of the professions—too many doctors and too many lawyers. We have many and divers plans proposed for the easing of anti-Semitism—and there is generally always something wrong with each of them, because they do not go down deep enough to the cause of anti-Semitism. The roots of anti-Semitism, it seems to us, are very simple—the dislike of that which is different. There are so many Jewish doctors and lawyers primarily because these are professions in which a Jew may flourish even where anti-Semitism exists. In many of the anti-Semitic countries, a Jewish mechanical craftsman will not be licensed and if he is licensed, he wfll not be patronized. Even in America, an examination of the reason why, for example, in New York there were so many Jewish chauffeurs, revealed the fact that it was difficult for a Jewish electrician to get employment with any of the large electrical concerns. So Jews tend to go into things in which they can be their own employer. As far as we can learn, all the Jews are gone out of Germany, yet there is one American Jew who is today making frequent visits to Berlin. They make a great ado too when this Jew comes to Germany. When a great figure comes to a country, they shoot off cannons to acclaim his arrival. A king, for example, on arriving at a country may have some sixty canon shots peeling to acclaim him. When this particular Jew comes to Berlin, he even gets more cannon shots—than that He is Sgt. Schiller Cohen, a 25-year-old New York boy who has already been decorated thirteen times for his prowess in the air. He has flown over Germany repeatedly and has taken part in 52 bombing missions. "Star Boats ." There is nothing more picturesque in the sporting scene than to watch a flotilla of racing hulls get under way for a fast spin across the summer waters. The picture is complete once the wind fills the bellies of the spinaker and parachute sails. And, if you're a sentimentalist, the only tune that will come to mind will be "Red Sails in the Sunset." If looking at these sleek, streamlined craft is thrilling, imagine the tremendous kick we got the other day when we were taken for a ride by Morris Rosen. Commodore of the Atlantic Racing Association (an organization now doubling as an auxiliary of the U. S. Coast Guard). Rosen is "skipper" of the "Star-4," slickest boat in eastern waters. And Rosen, by the way, is one of the hundreds of Jewish sailing enthusiasts who are registered with the American Yachting Club. New star boats, hailed by many sports sailors as just about the classiest racing craft afloat, go back about three decades. It was in 1911, according to Rosen, that the Star boat first appeared. Requirements governing its make-up are rigid. Every boat must be twenty-two feet long. "Can't be an eighth of an inch out of the way," Rosen explained. The thing that seems to give Rosen, a dapper chap in his early forties, his biggest thrill, is the fact that more and more Jewish boys and girls are taking to sailboating and that the youth of these skippers is a most propitious omen. For all its small size, a Star boat means heaps of work for its owner and crew. The minute care it requires makes the overhauling on other size craft look like a tea-party. Star beaters manicuring their vessels for a race don't miss an inch of the glossy hulls. "They almost polish off the boat bottom with a flannel rag," Rosen laughed. Racing rules are responsible for such supersolicitude. To be eligible for a race a boat cannot carry any marine growth. And not only is this sort of sailing fun but according to expert sailors, it's the highest form of technical racing a sportsman can get. On our trip with Rosen we learned that winning a race may depend on the slightest bend of the mast and on the skillful manipulation of the most trivial vagary of wind. Other "star" sailors in Rosen's club who hold penants emblematic of sectional supremacy are Harold Cohen, an N. Y. U. star; David Dellinsky, a fresh water man from Princeton, and the brothers Kemroff of Cornell. These men just mentioned have garnered more championships among them than all the other Jewish sailors in this country. Their winning ensigns and pennants total two hundred and ninety four. And according to Yachting Revues, the name of Morris Rosen leads all the rest. Hi Ho, blow the man down. From now on, a-sailing we shall go. OUR OISRJLNI FOLK BY HELEN ZIGMOND Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. When you see him impersonating "Yussuf" Goebbels, his screen name will be Paul Andor—anglicized version of Wolfgang Zilzer. Zilzer was a featured player of UFA in its palmy days before the Furore. Since coming to Hollywood he has made a specialty of anti-Nazi roles, his most recent being in "The Strange Death of Adolf Hitler." With twenty-six years of work to her credit, Sarah Schwartz is undoubtedly the oldest employee on the Universal lot. She's the girl whom "Uncle Carl Laemmle rewarded with screaming parts because her screams once saved thousands of dollars worth of films from a burning vault. (She is often the unseen shriek in horror pictures. However, in "Ali Baba" she'll have a corporeal part as an Arab matron. Eddie Cantor is said to be more generous with his benefit appearances than any other entertainer. He so readily gives his consent for good causes that they sometimes neglect to inform him. Confession Dept.: Directing a newspaper office scene, "Grischa" Ratoff moved confidentially toward his company and admitted that he had once worked on a paper in Leningrad. "I vas eighteen," he reminisced, "the 'Beatrice Fairfax' of Rrahssia! Literati: Phil Baker decides to tell all ... is readying an autobiographical tome to be titled— uh, huh—"Take It Or Leave It." Milton Berlegig: "What started out to be Hitler s era is turning out to be Hitler's error!" Zionist Arguments: Zionist leaders in America have prepared a memorandum telling why the projected Anglo-American statement to bar discussions on Jewish aspirations in Palestine would be unwarranted and disastrous ... It would, it is argued, virtually impose an abridgement of free speech for the Jewish people within our own country at a tune when all peoples are freely discussing the issues of peace ... It would imply a definite departure from traditional American policy towards the Jewish Homeland in Palestine, established in 1922. when Congress of the United States unanimously declared its support ... It would be a new chapter in appeasement, since it would represent a yielding to the Arabs who have been indifferent and even hostile to the Allied Cause at the expense of the Jews in Palestine who have contributed all in their power to victory Military expediency canot now be invoked to sanction such a policy, if it was unnecessary at a time when Rommel was actually at the gates of Suez Such a statement is more likely to increase tension than to ease it. for it would be a signal to the Arabs that the United Nations are withdrawing-support of Jewish aspirations in Palestine, and as a result Arabs would be encouraged in new acts of provocation and Jews may be driven to deeds of despair ... It would be a blow at the few million Jews in Europe who still survive Hitler and who look to Palestine as the one place where they may find a homeland when the war ends ... If such a statement is issued, it will mean that in April, 1944, the MacDonald White Paper of 1939 will become operative and all Jewish immigration into Palestine as of that date will be barred because it will be subject to Arab discretion Such a declaration would follow the pattern imposed by the State Department on North Africa and would create new doubts in the hearts of small peoples in Europe's underground. In this sense it might militate against the effective prosecution of the war ... All these as well as other arguments, were presented to President Roosevelt by an important Jewish leader who happens to be a non-Zionist. The Washington Pot: The American Jewish Congress and members of the Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs are beginning to show signs of jealousy over the activities in Washington of the small groups of Revisionists which is behind the Emergency Committee to Save the Jews of Europe. Especially since this group succeeded in having a real good talk with Secretary of State Cordell Hull on the question of saving Jews from satellite countries ... It is understood that Rabbi Stephen S. Wise has made an attempt to be received by Secretary Hull but without any result One need not be surprised if Zionist leaders will soon start quietly some talks with the Revisionist leaders of the Jewish Army movement This will be done in an effort to create as united a front as possible for the defense in America of Jewish aspirations in Palestine Some Zionist leaders in America feel that everything should be done to have such a wide united Jewish front created in face of the intrigues which a certain group of State Department officials is conducting against Jewish interests in Palestine. We learn that this group has contacted important pro-Zionist senators and congressmen to influence them against Zionism The Zionist movement in America will lose a great friend in the State Department should Sumner Welles cease to hold his position as Assistant Secretary There might be some consolation if Welles is appointed by Roosevelt as his special ambassador and sent on a trip to the Near East ... A report from Sumner Welles to President Roosevelt on Palestine, after making a study on the spot, might undermine the anti-Zionist intrigues in Washington official circles. Between Covers: Emil Ludwig, the Jewish author, comes from a family which admired Ludwig Beethoven ... So strong was the Beethoven tradition with his parents that his father changed the last name of the family some sixty years ago from Cohen to Ludwig ... No wonder, therefore, that the complicated character of the great composer, who is of Flemish descent, has always intrigued the noted biographer The result is that we now have a book, "Beethoven—Life of a Conqueror," written by Emil Ludwig at his California home and published by G. Putnam's Sons The portrait of Beethoven as painted by Emil Ludwig in his biography of the great musical genius, may not satisfy the Nazis, but will be read and acknowledged by every musiclover in this country ... It is an intimate history of the ups and downs, of the sufferings and the victories, of a man who. though himself deaf, gave the world immortal music The cause of Beethoven's deafness was not in the auditory area of the brain, but in the nerves of the ear, hence he was able to think in terms of sound.



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PAGE EIGHT +J(wist> ncrkHan iiEMiiPisiiiiiiKlEifs BEACH JEWISH CENTER Mil Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach ABRAHAM D. WOLF, Cantor Friday, 7:30 p. m., Kabalos Shabos. Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor, will conduct the musical services. Saturday morning, services: Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address the worshipers on "An Urgent Plea on the Eve of Elul." At 6 p. m. the regular Bible study group will meet under the direction of Morris Gershon. Saturday Shalosh Seudes 7 p. m. Refreshments and community singing. Daily services mornings and evenings. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 7(1 41st St., Miami Beach 8. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday, 7:30 p. m. Kabbolas Shabbos service. Cantor Abraham Friedman. Saturday, 9:30 a. m., service. Shabbos M'vor'chim, Cantor A. Friedman. Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching on "Thirty Days Notice." Minchah at 7 p. m., followed by class in Pirke Avoth. Service men's Se'udah Shlishis at 7:15 p. m., Chaplain Harold H. Gordon presiding. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. K. lath St., Miami COL.MAN A. ZWITMAN, Rabbi RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. I'h.D Rablil EmcritUf Services will be continued at Temple Israel during the summer months on Fridays at 8:15 p. m. with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. SCHAAREI ZEDEE 1545 S. W. Third St.. Miami SIMON APRIL Kabbl Services Friday 7:30 p. m. Sabbath morning services begin at 9 o'clock, with Rabbi Simon April in charge. Mincha services begin at 6:30 p. m. followed by the study of the Ethics of the Fathers. Daily services morning and evening. Hebrew school 10 a. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX •90 9. W. 17 Ave.. Miami JOSEPH E. 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. Shalosh S'oodoss, 7:00 p. m. Rabbi Rackovsky speaking to the worshipers. OBITUARIES MRS. MARY BARNETT Mrs. Mary Barnett, 68, of 900 Pennsylvania Ave., died Monday night in a Miami Beach hospital. She was a resident of Miami Beach for 12 years, coming from Brooklyn, N. Y. Surviving are two sons. Jack and Samuel Barnett. both of Miami Beach, and two sisters, Mrs. Dottie Katz and Mrs. Rose Ralsey, both of Brooklyn. Services were held Wednesday in the Riverside Memorial chapel. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. 1943 ^*** •MMM* *MMMMMMMMMMMWWW B' nai 1 ^ l i Not es By Paul Weitiman aSsSMa>MM>i MRS. ROSE TANNER Mrs. Rose Tanner. 45. wife of Louis J. Tanner, 1536 Michigan Ave.. died Saturday at a Miami Beach hospital. She came here six years ago from Brooklyn, N. Y.. where she was active in a number of charitable organizations. She was a member of the Miami Beach Women's Service center and Red Cross Casualty station 23. Besides her husband, she leaves a son. St. Robert J. Tanner, USA. at Fort Wright. N. Y.; her mother. Mrs. Fannie Rabonowitz. for the accommodations of out of-town delegates, visitors and local delegates to stay at the Versailles for the week-end of the convention. This will give everybody an opportunity to be on the spot where all the activities will take place. The convention committee of Sholem Lodge consists of Leo Eisenstein, chairman; Harold Turk, Max Silver, Sam Silver Edward Newman, Kenneth Oka' Frek K. Shochet, Dr. Marcus Cirlin, Sidney Wasserman, Gary Glatt, and Morris G. Warner. The Women's Auxiliary, also planning for the convention of Ladies Auxiliaries of Florida being ever present. Sholem Lodge j State B'nai B'rith Lodges, have Buy "Another" Bomber Drive Beginning September 9th, 1943, coinciding with the Third War Bond Drive to be set in motion by the government, Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will launch its campaign to sell $400,000 in Series E War Bonds to be applied towards the purchase of another bomber. The bomber purchased through the efforts of B'nai B'rith in April of this year, the "Spirit of B'nai B'rith, Greater Miami," was the first concrete contribution of Sholem Lodge toward the war effort which was participated in by the entire community. Not satisfied with this, and the need shall again devote its efforts in the sale of war bonds, the object Mishnah and Jewish Laws and |£ ro<,kl vn: ***** sisters. Mrs. Mary ()f whlch wi „ b to bu anothcr Customs group meets 7:15 and 8:00 p. m. daily at BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wash. Ave. and trd St.. .Miami Beach MOSES MESCHEliOFF, Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor Saturday 8:30 a. m.. services. Cantor Maurice Mamches chanting. Early Sabbath services 7 a. m. Sabbath afternoon services 7:30 p. m. Service men's Shalosh S'oodoss follows. Daily services morning and evening. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Ave. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. Reform Synagogue aervlng Hollywood. Ft. Ijiuderdalo and Itroward County SAMUEL HAI.EVI BARON, Rabbi Services: Friday, 8 p. m. Religious School: Sunday, 10 a. m. Sisterhood business meeting. Monday. 8 p. m. Sisterhood night at the Fort Lauderdale Servicemen's Center canteen, Wednesday. 6 to 11 p. m. Orliner and Mrs. Ada P. Levine. both of Brooklyn, and Mrs. Besse Cobbs. Miami Beach, and three brothers, Morris. Benjamin and Jules Rabonowitz. all of Brooklyn. Services were held Monday at Riverside Memorial chapel with Rabbi Samuel Max Machtei, Beth Sholom congregation, officiating. CONGREGATION BETH DAVTO 139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami MAX SHAPIRO. Kabbl LOUIS HAYMAN. Cantor Friday, 7 p. m.: Kabbalas Shabos service. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services: Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos, 6:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. KENHOLZ MARKET ON BEACH TO OPEN SOON •^^ %  ^ %  ^ %  ^ %  ^•^ %  ^ %  ^ %  ^^•^ %  ^•^^•^ m A T E N ERE The Kenholz Kosher Market is reopening tor service to its patrons of Miami Beach. Tuesday. August 31. according to its owner. Mr. Saul Kenholz. Located at 1043 Washington Ave. for many years, the market will feature its usual policy of Kashrus. quality, service and courtesy. N OW, more than ever, you want to stay on the job and do your full share of the work which most be done. Headache, Muscular Pains, Simple Neuralgia, Functional Monthly Pains slow you down, interfere with your work, spoil your fun. Have you ever tried DR. MILES Anti-Pain Pills when any of these common pains have made you miserable? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills are pleasant to take, and prompt in action. They do not upset the stomach or make you constipated. 'A single tablet usually brings relief. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills are compounded under the supervision of competent chemists. Get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pine at your drug store. Regular package 25#, Economy package $1.00. Read directions and take only as directed. TSCHAIKOWSKY. LISZT. DEBUSSY ON PROGRAM Debussy, Liszt. Tschaikowsky and Ambroise Thomas are the composers whose works will be performed by the NBC Symphony on the General Motors Symphony of the air program, Sunday. August 29 (NBC. 5:00 to 6:00 p. m. EWT). Frank Black will conduct. (Thli" column is conducted by the I •• 1 Miami Jewlnh Federation In Iteration with The Jewish Florid Ian as ;i community service. To inform ihi community <>f your organisation's activities and t" avoid conflicts in rtatea, phone ::-.".tl 1 ami ask for "Community Calendar." Notification musl reach Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week > Sat., Sept. 4, opening State Convention B'nai B'rith, Versailles Hotel. 8 p. m. Thurs.. Sept. 9, Jewish Welfare Bureau Board meeting. Sunshine Room, Ingraham Bldg., 8 p. m. Sun.. Sept. 12. Sun.. Sept. 26. opening Y. M. H. A. membership drive. Tues.. Sept. 14. B'nai B'rith and Auxiliary meeting, 8:15 p. m. Wed.. Sept. 22. Council of Jewish Women, luncheon meeting. Sun.. Oct. 10. Miami Y. M. H. A. dance, 8 p. m. bomber. This, of course, contemplates that every man, woman, and child in the Greater Miami area will be asked to buy a Series E War Bond to help make up a $400,000 quota, the cost of the bomber. Chairmen have been designated to head the drive and Jake Felt and R. R. Adlcr will act as co-chairmen on Miami Beach. V/ith Joe Lipton and Sam Miller marshalling the forces of Miami as co-chairmen. The drive will continue through October 15th. allowing a little more than a month for the accomplishment of the objective. B'nai B'rith is an issuing agency for war bonds and all persons buying bonds are urged to do so through B'nai B'rith. so that bonds sold during the drive period. September 9th to October 15th. will carry the B'nai B'rith a convention committee consisting of Jennie Rotfort, chairmanMrs. Gary Glatt, Mrs. Milton Friedman, and Mrs. Sam Silver. Those interested in attending the conventions without stopping at the Versailles Hotel, can participate in all the activities thereof on the payment of a registration fee of $5.00 ancf in addition to being admitted to alt functions of the convention, the registration fee wjll also include a luncheon on Sunday, September 5th and an informal banquet on the evening of that day. All members and friends of B'nai B'rith and their ladies are urged to make immediate reservations according to their requirements, by contacting the respective chairmen or calling the B'nai B'rith office. 3-6391. This convention being dedicated to war service, it -is contemplated that a high ranking WAC or WAVE will address the women's convention and a high stamp and be thus applied toward ranking member of the Armed the purchase of the bomber. All Forces will address the men's TUomi for REST CONVALESCENCE O.-ICHRONIC CASES un-Ray Park Health Resort L-CtHO to* •0OllT("~>>. Raw£dcm'&. and Upholstery. Slip Cover Drapery Shops Complete Line oi Excluslre Decorative Fabrics 35 N. W. 1st St. Ph. 3-8951 Ml AMI < W IUI.1IB o. JO'-COURT-riORIDA p 0 re" DRINK PLENTY OF C/Zriptirc W Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOVE a-GALL0N BOTTLE ...... 60c CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 7 5c 1 Plus Bottle Deposit 1 PHONE 2 4128 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 13 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 Boot car* for chronic alck, convalescent and elderly poopta $25 WEEKLY UP aaaaaa Large Beautiful Qroundeaaaaai BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best organizations joining in the effort with B'nai B'rith will receive full credit for bonds purchased by them and sold through their efforts. It is contemplated that a desk will be provided for the use of B'nai B'rith during its campaign by the Dade Federal Savings & Loan Association in Miami, and the Mercantile National Bank in Miami Beach. Details will be forthcoming later. Florida State B'nai B'rith Convention The B'nai B'rith Lodges in the state of Florida are getting ready to hold their convention during the Labor Day week-end at the Versailles Hotel. The convention is being held here on the invitation of Sholem Lodge in the dual interest of out-of-town delegates and the Greater Miami community. The committee in charge of arrangements has perfected plans convention. Since time for completing arrangements has practically run its course, everyone intending to participate is urged to make arrangements therefor without felay. —Buy War Bonds Today— Li Is the BEST.' *V The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OP HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. Suite 301 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice oi General Dentistry Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Beet e It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Dellcioua Corned Baer Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 87th and Normal Ave. Chicago MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES Call R. J. WAINWRIGHT. District Manager SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. P. O. Box 6. Miami Springs. Fla. Phone 8-1560 FOR SALESBOOKS and BUSINESS FORMS OF ALL KINDS "Compare Our Prices and Quality" OLD SARATOGA INN Biic.iync Boulevard St 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon Cocktai! Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines *Xf 0IIS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI ON BUS'M II FROM MIAMI RlCH CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS GORDON FUNERAL HOME YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL 710 S. W. 12th AVENUE HOME PHONE 3-3431 WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION



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PAGE FOUR +Jewish ftorkjiiairi FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1943 S H O C H E T Managing Editor PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES FRED K 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE SUBSCRIPTION P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 One Year, $2.00 Six Months. $1.00 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1940, at MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY AUGUST 27. 1943 the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under AB 26. 5.03 „ TinumVR •><; the Act of March 3, 1879 VOLUME 16 WUMUMjW circles. As for ourselves—our only hope is that the Conference will achieve at its sessions that unity which so often eluded it before. THE CONFERENCE The long discussed and much debated American Jewish Conference which assembles in New York on August 29th will undoubtedly arouse great interest among Jewish circles who followed its ups and downs during its formative period. Originally called the American Jewish Assembly it was later changed, at the insistence of the American Jewish Committee and other non-and-anti-Zionist organizations, to American Jewish Conference. This it was felt would eliminate opposition among groups reluctant to identify themselves with pro-Zionist or quasi Zionist organizations. But there was still another obstacle to overcome. The Jewish Labor Committee, claiming to represent hundreds of thousands of Jewish workers throughout the United States, was cool to the proposed plan of calling a Jewish Assembly or Conference. Their opposition arose both from the fact that they were opposed to discussing the problem of Palestine as well as from the fact that they believed such a conclave untimely. But pressure by Jewish public opinion and pressure by independent Jewish workers organizations forced the Jewish Labor Committee to affiliate itself with the Conference. This it did on the condition that it would not have to participate in the general election for delegates. The status of the Jewish Labor Committee in the Conference today is that of a Jewish Labor bloc. But there were still other impediments to the path of American-Jewish unity. Many of the Zionist elements, particularly the independent groups, felt that the concessions made to the American Jewish Committee and the Jewish Labor Committee would preclude the Conference from approaching the Palestine question in the proper spirit. They were particularly perturbed by the fact that when the American Jewish Committee and the Jewish Labor Committee agreed to the Conference, they stipulated that they would not be bound by any pro-Zionist resolution that may be adopted. This they felt would deprive the Conference of authority to speak for a united American Jewry. At this writing many of the issues dividing Jewish groups have not yet been clarified. Feelings are still running high among certain Their long onei ishi-d hop* fur mem through emigration and for freedom on Amerlr;ui soil has finally been reftlbnd after many VioiaaltUdM and difficulties In Whlota HIAS and its ummi affiliate, the HIAK-ICA Immigration AsBociation, came to their aid in securing required visas. WORTH EMULATING The Jewish Post of Indiana points with pride to the efforts of the residents in a suburban area that it covers in initiating a subscription drive for the publication in that locality. The Jewish Floridian feels it has gone the Post one better. Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith with a membership roll nearing 1500 is completing a subscription drive for The Jewish Floridian that will attain for our publication several hundred subscribers. This demonstration by the largest communal group, and one of the most active, is indicative of the entire Sholem Lodge program of actively participating and assisting all worthwhile community endeavors. Sholem Lodge has put into practice that age-old axiom, "One hand washes the other." Similar to the thoughts as expressed by the individuals in Indiana were those of our B'nai B'rith heads. "Continually they are trying by every means to bolster the activities in their Jewish community—their welfare fund giving, their attendance at services, their B'nai B'rith and Hadassah and Zionist affairs. They do this by propagandizing and other methods. They want the individuals in the community to know the status of the Jew in Europe, in Palestine, in the United States. They know that the intelligence level on things Jewish can be raised by getting complete circulation to an Anglo-Jewish paper." The Jewish Floridian, like other Anglo-Jewish publications throughout the country, is serving its community to the best of its ability and to the extent the members and groups of that community will allow it to so do. Cooperation and support are essential to the success and worthwhileness of any and all communal endeavors. Sholem Lodge's example should be emulated by other B'nai B'rith lodges throughout the country. Strengthening the printed voice of Jewry and aiding the dissemination of Jewish news will go a long way and do much towards the coordination of our peoples that for so many years we have been trying to accomplish. 'IN FREEDOM'S HOLY NAME 1 -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMtidfy, Qxmfydxxddd -By PHTNEAS J. BIRONIMPORTANT .... Michael Grazynsky, the anti-Semitic Polish Ex-Governor of Upper Silesia, is still a student at the War Department! School of Military Government What about Secretary Stimson's promise to Congressman Emanuel Celler to investigate that matter? And while we are in an indignant mood let us express our disgust at the fact that Marjan Seyda, the Minister of State in charge of preparations for the Peace Conference in the Polish Government-in-Exile, is a member of the Endek party, whose anti-Semitic record cannot be forgotten. The Protestant Textbook Commission is protesting to Chid Chaplain Arnold about a book distributed among the armed forces of the United States The book, called "Verse and' Song," and intended for the Army and Navy, contains sections for Protestants, Catholics and Jews ... In the Catholic section, on page 53, the story of the Crucifixion is t&fci manner at variance with the Gospels and in a way tha.tttt* conducive to the creation of good will. READER'S GUIDE .... Congratulations to Carl Alpert, editor of The New Palestine, on the publication of a little booklet containing four ol the best articles that have appeared in the magazine recentlyIncidentally, The New Palestine is hitting its stride as a mature and interesting publication The McGraw-Hill Book Company is going to town on Martin Panzer's forthcoming book "It's Your Future" The volume is being promoted as a formula on how to achieve success and happeniness .. • Pazer, you know, is one of the top executives in the nationa. United Jewish Appeal office Stutz Products has put on the market an Armored Bible—that it, a Bible with a metal shield in its cover That shield has already saved at least one life—that of Paratrooper Wesley C. Hines, when it stopped a 30-caliber bullet right over his heart. THIS AND THAT .... If any one should try to interest you in "Downfall," a play published in England and speculating on how the Nazi collapse will occur, don't touch it ... Its author, one Doug Reed, is one of Britain's most notorious anti-Semites ANTI-DEFAMATION The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith has its regional office for this area once again functioning fully. Scarcity of manpower handicapped the progress of the office that has served as the clearing house of so many specific problems. It has solved part of this difficulty, faced similarly by employers and organizations alike throughout the country, and now is capably manned to effectively handle items of this nature. Experience and intelligence are necessary attributes in guidance of Anti-Defamation work. The individual cannot solve problems, seemingly of tremendous aspect in his eyes, in the satisfactory manner that the background and experience of the A. D. L. office is able to do. The action of the individual of a minority is attributed to the whole of that minority and the wrong approach to A. D. L. is extremely harmful to an entire community and people. We have a clearing house in Miami that should be used. The A. D. L. office in the Seybold building is at your service. play, ostensibly anti-Nazi, sentimentalizes on the "kWWFT of the Fuehrer Reed pictures Hitler's final exit as follows"He shivers and shrugs his shoulders The clock benfl him strikes five ... He turns and looks at it ... He gMJ around the room, pulls his coat collar up and his hat WJ down, and goes out" ... Is that all, Mr. Reed, after setting v clock of civilization back a thousand years? You may know it, but Max Mann, the man who is regarded as world's most effective slumber specialist, is none ^ ieT Jr^ i Max Manischewitz, a member of the matzoh family • • JJ system, called "Sleep-Relax," is now available on a pw graph disc ... His book, "Put Yourself to Sleep," l "Jvj actly a best seller, and those who buy it never get bey the second chapter ... At that point they have fallen asleep JEWISHNEWS .... J A selected group of Washington officials, about twen ^[ jce number, were present recently at a dinner in honor 0 President Wallace at the home of Edwin I. Kaufmann --^ cussion centered about post-war planning, and ^ a r^L eD i a former ZOA president, gave an impromptu a ?dv ene ^ speech in behalf of the Zionist cause which stilled au ^ versation at the table for the moment Wallace was ^ ibly impressed Bernard Baruch, who hates PJJJJJ^W who is very much the man behind the more s,nnge ra bl power draft regulations, found time, despite his ilU """. $& activities in the war effort, to carry out a most importa sion in connection with a Jewish emergency that needed v influence Bravo, Bernie.


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FRIDAY. AUGUST 27. 1943 ^Jewisti fk>rkUan • %  • %  "------" %  %  -| | | | | U L I i ,-, — .. ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES %  ^ %  % % %  l^*^***^**^*^ | r _| | l r Mr -t to ^j.m,. BETH SHOLOM President Abraham Frankel of Beth Sholom Center has announced that the alterations and the painting at the Center will be completed this week, and that reservations for seats for the High Holy Days will be available on and after Monday, September 6. The hours when the committee will be at the Center to accept reservations will be announced. The committee has urged Center members to call for their reservations at an early date as the facilities aTe limited, and no discrimination will be shown nonmembers in the selection of seats, •first come, first served." Rabbi S. M. Machtei and Cantor Abraham Friedman are planning a series of distinctive services for the High Holy Days, in keeping with the traditional ritual. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST less being filled by these addresses and the discussions that follow. To these gatherings the interested public is cordially welcomed and its participation in the question and answer period is urged There are no charges of any kind. The gatherings last one hour. PAGE THREE 1 IS PIONEER IN GIVING FACILITIES TQ SERVICE BEACH r. DRIVE FOR MEMBERS IS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) M. B. IEWISH CENTER Saturday, August 28th, at 3:30 p. m. in the patio at 11th and Collins Avc., Dr. Irving Lehrman will speak on "The Part of the Mizrachi in the Rebuilding of Palestine." On the following Saturday the speaker at the Forum will be Professor Hillel Bavli, whose subject will be announced at a later date. The increasing attendance at the weekly sessions of the Zionist Cultural Forum is indicative of the need that though previously unexpressed is nevertheMr. and Mrs Joseph A. Berman, 4310 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, were hosts to the Jewish Community of Miami Beach in honor of the newly elected spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and his wife,, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, on Sunday afternoon, August 22. In addition to the officers, directors and members of the Center, representatives of various congregations and organizations were present to pay their respects. Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrman are making their temporary home at 1045 Michigan avenue, until they find permanent quarters. SERVICE LEAGUE Aregular meeting of the Miami Service League was held at the Y. M. H. A. clubrooms on August 23 rd. Nathan .Rothberg, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Board, presented those members who had completed fifty hours or more as senior hostesses with pins bearing the USO insignia. The date of the next regular meeting of the League will be announced. they can stay. Available in the Y office is a large list of Jewish families who have unselfishly and willingly offered their homes for men in uniform where they can stay during their time off duty. Those families who have no spare room available but who want to contribute as much as they can to the entertainment of our boys in uniform have kindly consented to have men in uniform as their dinner guests. Send Off Parties for Selectees Send-off parties for selectees are conducted by the Y. M. H. A. and the Miami Service League. The committee goes down to see the boys off and bring with them goodies, cigarettes, packages containing stationery, prayer books and Jewish calendars for the boys. These packages are furnished by the Jewish Welfare Board. Visitations to Hospitals Army and Navy hospitals are visited regularly by the Miami Service League of the Y. M. H. A. and the Victory Belles. The boys are given cigarettes, punch and cookies. Table and parlor games are played in a day room at the hospital. This is done to help keep up the morale of the fighting men. Holiday Hospitality The Jewish Welfare Board, with the cooperation of Maurice Grossman, who is chairman of the social-recreational committee of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board, provided home hospitality for the Jewish men during the High Holidays and Passover. Day Rooms Last spring when the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board put on a drive for furniture for the day rooms located at posts in this area, the Y. M. H. A. cooperated by allowing their premises to be used for the storage of collections until the various service units picked them up. In addition, a collection was made for athletic goods, and fishing tackle. A day room was recently furnished completely by the Y. M. H. A. at Camp Bell Haven, N. W. 79th street, Miami, for use of the service men. The membership program of the Y. M. and W. H. A. of Miami Beach, with Nat Hankoff as chairman, is gradually developing. Letters and application blanks have gone to the hundred persons who met early in the summer and started actively to support such an enterprise. Thus far approximately 50 members have enrolled. The program committee has invited the organizations with a Beach membership to make use of its building for meetings of any nature. Those seeking quarters are asked to get in touch with the secretary, Miss Devera Cohen. 58-2241. for necessary arrangements. The personnel committee has been in touch with a number of candidates for the post of executive director. Several gentlemen have been interviewed, the last an experienced, practical worker having come down from New York City. Several more applicants are to be invited to come here for first-hand views of what is required of them. A decision should be made by September i first. The house committee has practically completed the cleaning up of the quarters and the installation ol essential facilities. I Through the generosity of inter! estcd patrons a quantity of books, office equipment, chairs, I tables, kitchen equipment has been contributed. There is need for more of such furniture, fixtures and supplies throughout the building. David Phillips, chairman, expresses his appreciation of all aid that he has received and looks forward to additional assistance. CONFERENCE NOW READY TO REGIN (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) gatherings was stressed in the announcement that beginning with August 30th the American Jewish Conference will publish a daily newspaper in tabloid size for the delegates and observers at the Conference. Samuel CapIan will act as executive editor of the publication, to be called The Conference Record. A board of writers will edit the paper. The Committee on Preliminary Studies is said to have released to all delegates various research studies and articles as preparatory material for discussion at I the Conference. The publicity i department of the American Jewish Conference released a translation of an attack by the Amern ^presentation of the General Jewish Workers' Union of | Poland, known as the Bund, disassociating itself from the delegation of the Jewish Labor Committee to the American Jewish Conference. The conference will be a representative gathering of American Jewry composed of 500 delegates elected by more than 700 Jewish communities throughout the United States and national membership organizations, the first such convocation of American Jewry in more than 25 years. The purpose of the conference i is to formulate the views of American Jewry with respect to the reconstruction of Jewish life at the end of the war and to take cognizance of the role that Palestine is destined to play in the post-war solution of the Jewish i problem. Buy War Savings Bonds. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. ffrs/r/s/r'n'''' 1 tffftftw ^...uaHHt'H"""^* Mrs. Murry Koven and Mrs. George Chertkof, president and v J'BP of the Miami Service League, active with the • M, H. A. service program, pictured with two service men NEW YEAR GREETINGS MR. FOSTER'S STORE SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE 33 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE 2JSJS5 SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS OFFICE FURNITURE ENGRAVING We Make Prompt Deliveries Kenholz Kosher Meats and Poultry 1043 WASHINGTON AVENUE—MIAMI BEACH We Will Open August 31 TO SERVE OUR MANY CUSTOMERS WITH OUR USUAL QUALITY MERCHANDISE. COURTESY AND SERVICE PHONE 5-3992 TO TAKE UP DUTIES AT BETH SHOLOM At a recent meeting of the board of directors of Beth Sholom Center, Cantor Abraham Friedman of Hoboken, N. J. was recommended by the religious committee to serve the Center during the coming High Holidays and during the year. The first public service at which Cantor Friedman will be heard will be tonight, at the Kabbolas Shabbos at 7:15 o'clock. Cantor Friedman will also chant at the morning service, tomorrow, which is Shabos M'vor'chim. Cantor Friedman is a native of Russia, and studied music and liturgy under Oberkantor Aaron Friedman of Berlin. In 1906 Mr. Friedman came to the United States and he has occupied posts as Cantor with Conservative congregations in New Haven, Brooklyn, Mt. Vernon and Hoboken. Cantor Friedman has taken post-graduate courses in music at the Damrosch Institute in New York. Cantor and Mrs. Friedman resided in Palestine for three years as colonists and owners of citrus groves. Mr. Friedman devoted much of his time there to organizing and directing choral groups. Mr. Friedman will assist Rabbi S. M. Machtei in the religious school of Beth Sholom Center and will conduct the Beth Sholom choir. WANTAGES of a IIAItE FEIIEKAi MORTGAGE v •LOW RATES • EASY PAYMENTS • LONG TIME TO PAY • PROMPT SERVICE • A HOME INSTITL 1'ION Deal With You* LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER S7.000.000 IIAIIK FEM2KAL L (2tH+L **/**** cud****?**. ?*~T* OF MIAMI ....... NOUN lAt! lilt AVCMWI JOSEPH U. UPTON. PRESIDENT iMJ/MJ/Mw/m* !" %  —urn ';



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PAGE SIX -Jewlst Her Mian FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. 1943 ^^%^^ THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ **-************ 1 **************** 1 • %  • %  i 'n* i n 1 1 n_n_n_n_n.rui_rui I. UNI P. Membership Campaign We are looking forward to a very successful membership drive this year. This is due to the fact that everyone working with B. A. Sterling, chairman of the membership drive, is cooperating wholeheartedly and enthusiastically. Cultural and Entertainment Activities Very good good news was received by the Y*' office from D. C. Willner, chairman of the cultural and entertainment committee. He informed us that very elaborate plans are being made for this coming season in the way of meetings and entertainment programs lor our members and friends. As soon as definite news reaches the "Y" office, we will inform you. so watch these columns for further developments. Bowling League Supermen took the lead in the Y. M. H. A. duckpin league Monday night by defeating Hi-Flyers in all three of then' contests. Monday night's play marked the opening round of play in the league, and was attended by the largest gathering in history. In other contests, the Hangers defeated the Canadian Ace.:. 2 to 1: the Tigers emerged winner in two (if three games against the Miamians, while the Bombardiers took the measure of the Termites by the same margin Sam Badanes, of the Termites, rolled the high score ol the night. his total being 136. He also was high man for the set, the total being 268 pins. Standings Team W. Supermen 3 Rangers Tigers .. Bombardiers Canadian Aces Miamians Termites Hi-Fliers II MEMBERS DRIVE 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. Sunday over Station WQAM. His subject will be "The Warning.'" Buy Stamps and Bonds. BEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5 5868 A Trustworthy Real Estate Service Ask for Free 1943 Descriptive Map "( Miami lieach RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER Reg. Real Estate Broker Ph. 58-1188 523 Mich. Ave. PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORTDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREE T IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MART SCHREBNICX Pvt. Joseph Bortman of this city has completed training at the Army Air Forces Technical Training Schools at Miami Beach and was transferred to Brookley Field, Ala., pending transfer to his unit. A. Wacksman is on duty with the Sea-Bees somewhere in the Pacific, according to word received by friends. —Buy War Savings Bonds rkktth Products Ira Levin has been engaged in intensive study recently, according to word received by his father, A. Levin. A member of an armored division, Pvt. Levin is connected with the accounting staff. ALFARCR^^MERV CO. WEST PALM BEACH MXLX—CBEAM—ICK Pvt. Sidney Dubbin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubbin, has been promoted to the rank of Pfc. at his post at Camp Mead. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein has returned to the community after a six week vacation in New York and Steubenville. Ohio. Mrs. Morris Dubbin left for Hendersonville. N. C. where she i will spend a months vacation. The Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah are launching their annual memL. bership drive this month. Miss 0 Polly Gershon, president of the 1 local organization, announced. 2 1 The next meeting of the group 2 1 will take place Monday evening, 1 2 August 30. at Carl's. 1715 Alton 1 2 Rd.. Miami Beach. 1 2 The Business and Professional Division, part of Senior Hadassah. became a separate division ten years ago in order to allow those women who worked, and could not attend meetings during I the day, to participate in the Work ol Hadassah. "With so many more women working today," Marion Block. chairman, stated, "we anticipate a really growing membership this coming year. "With world conditions what they are today, with the need so much greater than it has ever been in our history, no t Jewish woman with any concern 'for her people can stand aside and not enter into an organization that is helping M.lve the problem. "Hadassah works on two fronts geographically, on one front morally. On the American front Hadassah takes a leading part in i n'%  war services. In the current campaign for bombers, i our members subscribed more than ten million dollars in bonds. | Through our 100 chapters Hadassah members are active in all branches of civilian services and have recognition from the Red Cross, Treasury Department, and the USO service men's activities. "In Palestine, the very word Hadassah' stands for good health and medical advancement. "Right now the medical world is giving dote attention to a new method of wound treatment discovered by scientists of the Hadassah-University medical center in Jerusalem. So important is the discovery that a full report of it was recently given at the annual meetings of the International College of Surgeons in New York. "Hadassah's emergency child feeding project, its system of mother and child care and its program of popular education in health is famous. "And we mustn't forget Youth Aliyah. with its stupendous task of saving thousands of children from war-torn Europe. "Every woman who wants to do her share in the work for the Four Freedoms will certainly find her place in Hadassah." Miss Block announces that the membership drive will climax with a party for new members, with those old members who have sponsored new ones acting as hostesses She urges every member having a prospect to get in touch with her in order to be eligible for attendance to the party. LEGAL NOTICES FOR NOTICE OF APPLICATI TAX DEED Chapter 17437 A 8333 NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVFV i.„ MOM Griffin holder S !" 2T !" r "AT County Tax RUDY R. ADLER vice-chairman of the Miami Beach division. Dade County War Savings committee, who has been one of those instrumental in having war bond totals exceed all quotas set for Miami Beach. I. C J. W. PLANS holder of st Certificate No i,,'."* %  lied the 7th day of July A I? 0, .. U has filed name In mv m,.. l '*i. made application for 2 tS ES>" taatu there.,,.. Bald rnfu... d | "* d to l ";"-','"' f V"" wl "K described' em eily In the County uf Dad Florida, io-wit: Inns Addition, a Sub., i.| nt ,.'' "• •!. Page 138. In the'e, n ,' JM,k Dad.-. Slate of Florida The assessment <,f said under the said certificate name of: Unknown. Unless aald certificate shall .!,•. med according to law th. erty described therein win' i„. „ the highest bidder at the ,.,„,,,*, ''' door on the flrsi Monday in i n V of October. i:<43, which i th of October, 1943. Dated this 20th dav of Aturui B. I!. L.BATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dads I'ounty. Klorida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. C. BTBRRET1 1/20-27 !/3-10 prop. •Mate of <>• of property was n, lb ; be reIM-Opinonth 4th day 194:. D. ,C •tiRT TO NEW CITIZENS LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHED 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla. PALM BEACH BOTTLING WORKS INCORPORATED WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Beverages of Quality Since 1920 FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 SOUTHERN DAIRIES C—If Palm MattoaaJlr Pi AM MZA1 TO TOU AS TOW! Take Your Watch to Danzig's! S T S M A L L E WATCH MOVEMENTS. PERFECTLY. REPAIRED... Delicate, smali. Intricate movements at bandied by at with onderstaedtoe care and skill. CASH FOR YOUR DIAMONDS AND OLD GOLD JEWELRY REPAIRING DANZIG'S JEWELERS 236 HALCYON ARCADE 1*5 E Fl, g i >r S As part uf its program of Service t" Foreign Born, the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women announces its ohms (or the establishment of classes to assist adult aliens to prepare themselves for citizenship. These classes will enable aliens to further their knowledge Of Americanism and all that it implies. Public schools of Dade County are cooperating with the National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section, as well as W. W. Eyster. district director of the Immigration and Naturalization Service of the U. S. Department of Justice for Miami. Miss Marie A. Cone, head of the department of education of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, is assisting in this project. Classes will be conducted without charge and are open to adults of all religious beliefs. They will be held twice each week in Miami and Miami Beach. Beginning Wednesday, September 8. classes in the city will be conducted at the Riverside Elementary School, 221 S. W. 12th Avenue, every Monday and Wednesday. Afternoon classes are from 4 to 6 o'clock, evening classes from 7 to 9. Miami Beach classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday, starting Tuesday, September 7, from 2 to 4 p. m. and in the evening of the same days from 7 to 9. These classes will be conducted at the Central Beach Elementary school at 1420 Washington Ave. Miss Christine Palmer will be the inI structor for these classes. Those interested or in need of assistance in preparing themj selves to appear before the fall term of the District Court may receive further details by calling I the office of the National Council ;of Jewish Women, Miami Section. I telephone 3-6554. i Responsible for arrangements | for these classes is Council's chairman on Americanization. Mrs. Joseph Eppstein, who has been assisted by Mrs. Herbert Schwartz. Assistance in filing petitions ; for second papers is provided free of charge by a staff of trained volunteers at the Council : 513 Congress Building, times. IN THE Cl >UNTY JUDGE'S IN AND FOR DADE COUNTT FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 14142 In Re: ESTATE OP Mi HUMS BINDER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'M AII Creditor! and All Persons II.-WINK Claims ,,i I lemauds A,'.,(nit s.i id Estate: You and each <•( you, are hereto notified and required t<> present u> claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MORRIS BINDER d eased late of Dade County, Florida, Hon. w. p. Blanton, Count) i idgt of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the Counts Courtho Dade County, Florida, within • ^hi ralendar months from tinda;...f the first publication hereof, Bald rialma "i demanda to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be nrora lo ami presented is aforesaid. i isms ill I-ban ed s.-.Beet Ion 120 of th. 1933 Probate Art. I'ai.August IS, A. I • %  •'. ABRAHAM BINDER As Executor of th.Last Will and Testament of Munis Hi:. i %  ceased. i' I pub itlon on iufust 1 %  i?u. HAROL.D KA8BEWITZ Attornej for Abraham Hinder. EJxei utoi 6 20-27 9 ::-in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned will registei with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court In and finDade County, Florida, the fledttoua name. BROWN HOTELS. Miami. Fliiridn, tinder whii-h w are engaged in business. DAVID BROWNFAY BROWN OwneU 7/30 8/6-13-20-27 IOUS NOTICE UNDER FICTITl NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thi the undersigned will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Dude County. Florida, the fictitious name. MIAMI KoSHKK MEAT & Itin.TKY MARKET, 2011 S \V 8th St.. Miami. Florida, under which We are engaged in business. DAVE KI.KHER ADOLI'H ADLER LOON KAPLAN wner Attorney for Applicants S/I3-20-27 /:; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned win register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Had. County, Florida, the fictitious name, ACE HAH A,METAL C I Miami. Florida, under which we are engaged in business. HARRY FATKI, „,„.„. JOSEPH WENOER IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND 1-1)11 |ADE COUNT! FlidlilDA. IN PROBATE. No. 14,111 in Re: ESTATE OF MKYF.IC RAUZIN, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'o AII Creditors and AII Peraona Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You. and each of you, are herel>> notified and required to present an> Claims and demands which you. or either of you. may have against the estate of MEYER RAl.ZIN. also known as MEYER Wo|„F RAUZIN and M. \V UAI/.IN. deceased late "I Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, mid file the same ln.b Office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months fro,,, the date or the first publication hereof. Said claims .-: demand* to contain the legal address of the claimant and to lie sworn t" i presented as aforesaid, or same Bee Section 120 of the office ui '"' barred. Sea .. _ij 1 l ,;:; I'rol.ate Act. 11 dJI Kate Augtml ft, SPANISH FASCISTS URGING GHETTOS FOR THE JEWS London (WNS)—Spanish fascists in Tangier. Spanish Morocco, are circulating petitions urging the government to establish ghettos for Jews, it was reported here this week from Algiers They were joined in their campaign by the Nazi newspaper Echo de Tangier" which wrote last week that "the only way to stop the Jews in Spanish Morocco from giving aid to the Allies is to throw them in ghettos I internment camps." and A. I). Hii:' IDA RAUZIN \s Ulmlnietratrls of {fie."Estate <>t M.'.I Raualn, also known as Meyef Wolf Rausln and M. W Rausin. Deceased. LOUIS HBIMAN Attorney for Administratrix \ -' %  /-10-17 NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned will register with the Clerk of the circuit Court In and for Dade County, Florida, the fictitious name. THE JEWISH YEARBOOK, under which I am engaged In business. FRED K. HHOCHET S/20-171/3-10-17 New York (JTA)—Seventyseven percent of Canadian Jews in 1941 declared Yiddish as their mother tongue, the Yiddish Scientific Institute of New York has announced.



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