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

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

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

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CTORY
QSEESSi. Tlhe Jfewisih Vmaty
VOLUME 16No. 38
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1943
PRICE TEN CENTS
NEW MEMBERS
NAZIS ARREST HEAD OF
FRENCH JEWISH BODY
The Y. M. H. A. membership
drive started last Sunday night
at a "kick-off" meeting at the Y
auditorium. A small attendance
was caused by inclement weather.
The meeting was opened by
Leo Ackerman, president of
the "Y" who outlined the pur-
pose of the drive. Addressing
the gathering were: Bernard Ster-
ling, chairman of the membership
drive; George Wolpert, chairman
of the publicity committee for
the membership drive; George
Chertkof, chairman of the board
of directors; Milton A. Friedman,
past president of the "Y", and
Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Sgt. Bela Urban rendered sev-
eral violin selections accompan-
ied by his wife, Virginia Urban.
A great deal of friendly com-
petition and rivalry in the "Y"
drive is attributed to the inter-
ent in the Y that all the workers
have been showing. George Wol-
pert will award a silver loving
cup to'the person obtaining the
highest number of individual
members. The results at this
time show a very keen competi-
tion.
The drive will end Wednesday,
September 22.
Geneva (JTA)Raoul Lam-
bert, Jewish leader and president
of the central Jewish organiza-
tion of French Jews permitted to
exist under the Vichy regime,
was arrested by German occupa-
tion authorities in Marseilles with
his family, it was learned here.
Andre Baur, vice-president of the
same organization, was also ar-
rested.
More than 10,000 Jewish child-
ren are wandering through all
parts of France as a result of the
mass arrests and deportations of
their parents. It is feared that
these children will soon be round-
ed up by German occupation au-
thorities and interned in a camp.
Local Jewish relief groups in
France are doing what they can
to save the children, but without
the aid of international organiza-
tions there is little likelihood that
the youngsters will be saved.
IDC ESTABLISH RELIEF
OFFICE IN MIDDLE EAST
OF ZOR RT MEETING
Columbus, Ohio (JTA)Dr. Is-
rael Goldstein, president of the
Jewish National Fund of America
for the past 10 years, was unani-
SURRENDER OF ITALY
AIDS HUNGARIAN JEWS
Stockholm (JTA)Italy's un-
conditional surrender to the Al-
lies will have repercussions not
only in the Balkan countries, but
also in Hungary and will affect
the position of the Jews there, it
is predicted in the Swedish press,
which emphasizes that Hungary
now has the largest Jewish pop-
ulation in Central Europe.
The Goeteborg Handels-och
Sjofarts-Tidning. a Swedish lib-
eral newspaper, takes the occas-
ion to again warn against the
systematic attempts which are
now being made by Hungarian
propaganda to present the posi-
tion of Jews in other parts of
Europe.
NAZI ATROCITIES
IS
Moscow (JTA)A "Black
Book" describing Nazi atrocities
against Jews in occupied Lith-
uania was published here this
week. The facts, compiled by A.
Serkin, contain horrible details
of the Nazi mass-extermination
of Jews in Kaunas, Vilkomir and
other Lithuanian cities. The book
also has a section describing the
activities of Jewish guerilla fight-
ers in occupied Lithuania.
The correspondent of the Jew-
ish Telegraph Agency today vis-
ited a hospital in which were a
number of Lithuanian Jews who
were wounded at the front while
fighting with the Russian army.
Itzik Shafirus, one of the wound-
ed, pointed out that all six mem-
bers of his family, former resi-
dents of Kaunas, are now fight-
ing in the Russian ranks and that
one of his brothers had killed 103
Germans in a machine-gun fight.
"You will find many Jewish fami-
lies from Lithuania all fighting
together against the Germans."
he said.
DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
mously elected president of the
Zionist Organization of America
at the afternoon session of the
36th national convention of the
ZOA, which met here with more
than 1.000 delegates in attend
ance. He succeeds Judge Louis
E. Levinthal who served as ZOA
president for the past two years.
In honor of Dr. Goldstein's
election a check for $500,000 was
presented to him on behalf of the
Jerusalem (JTA)The ground
work has been laid for intensified
activities by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee in the Middle
East, including the relief and
transportation of refugees and
the sending of additional parcels
to Polish-Jewish refugees in Rus-
sia, it was disclosed here by Dr.
Joseph Schwartz, European di-
rector of the JDC, who is leaving
for North Africa, from where he
will go to JDC headquarters in
Lisbon.
In an interview with a Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency corres-
pondent Dr. Schwartz reported
that the JDC is planning to es-
tablish a permanent representa-
tion in the Middle East to deal
with general relief problems and
to secure first-hand information
concerning the Jewish communi-
ties of occupied Europe.
AID FOR JEWS IN
JEWS' QUESTIONS
NAZIS USED POISON
GAS IN WARSAW WAR
New York (WNS)The Ger-
man soldiers who battled the
Jews in the Warsaw ghetto at
the time of its liquidation used,
tanks, flame throwers, machine
guns and poison gas to break the
Jewish resistance.
HIAS COMES TO AID
OF REFUGEES IN SPAIN
New York (WNS)The tele-
graphic remittance this week of
$25,000 by the Hebrew Sheltering
and Immigration Aid Society to
the HIAS-ICA Emigration Asso-
ciation in Lisbon will facilitate
the transportation too South
America of many Jewish refugees
now in Portugal and Spain, it was
declared here this week by Isaac
L. Asofsky, HIAS executive di-
rector.
The money was cabled in re-
sponse to an urgent request by
Dr. James Bernstein who js in
charge of the "Rescue Through
Emigration" work in the Portu-
guese capital. The amount re-
mitted will speed the departure
of Jewish refugees from whom
immigration visas to South Amer-
ican countries had already been
obtained.
(CONTINUED ON PACE 3)
JEWS DENY CHARGES
RECRUITING IS ILLEGAL
Jerusalem (JTA)The question
of whether it is lawful for the
Jewish Agency to supervise the
recruitment of Jewish volunteers
in Palestine for the British armed
forces was again raised this week
at the military tribunal which is
conducting the "Arms Trial."
This time the question was
raised by Dr. Philip Joseph, the
counsel for the defense. While
examining Golda Meirson. one
of the leaders of the Histadruth.
the Jewish lawyer referred to the
statement made yesterday bv the
president of the court, in which
he questioned the legality of the
Jewish Agency's recruiting activ-
ities.
Zurich (JTA)A new Commis-
sariat for Jewish Questions has
been created within the Rumania
Labor Secretariat, under a new
law issued by the Ministry of
Health. Labor and Public Wel-
fare, the official German news
agency. DNB, reported this week.
The new commissariat. DNB
says, will supervise the organiza-
tion of Jewish forced labor, re-
duce the number of Jews in the
professions and will supervise all
Jewish centers and organizations
for emigration. Hitherto, the last
two functions were performed by
the government Delegate for Set-
tlement of the Jewish Question.
The Bucharest radio this week
announced that under a new
amendment to the "Rumaniza-
tion" Law severe punishment
will be meted out to violators of
the regulation. It also quotes an
article in the anti-Semitic Iron
Guard newspaper, Perunca Vre-
mi, attacking Dr. William Fild-
erman, Jewish leader, who was
recently allowed to return to Bu-
charest from Transnistria.
THE ALLIES
Cairo (JTA)The question of
arranging immediate assistance
by the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee for 20.000 Jewish refugees
from Nazi-held territories who
have been interned in Italy since
the outbreak of the war will be
taken up with the Allied authori-
ties at their headquarters in Al-
geria. Dr. Joseph Schwartz. Eu-
ropean director of the J. D. C,
told the Jewish Telegraphic Ag-
ency this week.
Dr. Schwartz said he is pro-
ceeding at once to Algeria to ap-
proach the representatives of the
United Nations with regard to the
best and most effective ways to
deal not only with the situation
of the Jewish refugees in Italy,
but also with the special needs of
the Italian Jewish population. He
will also seek permission for a
J. D. C. representative to be ad-
mitted into Italy in order to
study the Jewish relief situation
there and undertake necessary
measures to cope with the special
Jewish relief problems.
While the immediate question
of feeding Italy's pouplation is
expected to be handled by the
military authorities through the
AMG. there is wide-range activ-
ity in the liberated territory
which could best be discharged
by private agencies, Dr. Schwartz
believes.
NAZI CHILD MURDERER
TURNS GUN ON SELF
MAURICE GROSSMAN
Executive Director, Y. M. H. A.
Berne (WNS)Heinrich Kurt,
warden of the Lodz prison who
once boasted that he had killed
more than a thousand Jews with
his own hands, has committed
suicide, it was reported here
this week.
Kurt, the most feared and most
hated Nazi jailer, once said that
his favorite sport is to sit in a
chair near an open window and
to shoot Jewish children who
happen to pass by.
TOSCANINI CONDUCTS
NBC SYMPHONY HOUR
On Sunday, September 19. the
General Motors Symphony of the
Air Program, featuring the NBC
Symphony, wiii be conducted by
Maestro Arturo Toscanini. This
will be the fourth in a series of
special Toscanini concerts ar-
ranged by NBC for the U. S.
Treasury Department to further
the sale of War Bonds and
Stamps.
For his appearance on this
date, Toscanini has selected an
all-Bizet program.
JEWS MEET DEMAND OF
ARMY FOR CHAPLAINS
New York (WNS)Jews are
among the four denominations
which on a month to month
basis are either slightly ahead or
are keeping pace with the pro-
curement schedule for army chap-
lains, according to chief chaplain.
ORDER OF PRESIDENT
AIDS NATURALIZATION
New York (WNS)A presiden-
tial order empowering the Com-
missioner of Immigration and
Naturalization to grant excep-
tions, under certain circumstan-
ces, from enemy alien regulations
for naturalization purposes, is ex-
pected to speed naturalization
proceedings by three to six
weeks, it was announced here
last week by the National Refu-
gee Service.
The president's order excepts
from the classification "enemy
aliens" all persons "whom the At-
torney General, the Commission-
er of Immigration and Naturali-
zation Service shall, after inves-
tigation fully establishing their
loyalty, certify as persons loyal
to the United States."
This order eliminates the need,
formerly incumbent upon the
Commissioner and District Di-
rectors of Immigration and Nat-
uralization, of submitting appli-
cations to the Attorney General.
NAZIS LEFT NO JEWS IN
KHARKOV ON LEAVING
Moscow (JTA)The Nazis
made Kharkov "completely jud-
enrein" prior to their retreat from
the capital of the Ukraine, it was
reported here today by Chaim
Kazhdan. commander of a Red
Army tank battalion who was
among the first Russian soldiers
to enter the city.
The Jewish commander stated
that he took special interest in
establishing whether any Jews
remained alive in the vicinity of
Kharkov. Captain Kazhdan re-
lated that hundreds of Jews suc-
ceeded in escaping from Kharkov
during the Nazi occupation and in
joining the Russian forces by
walking days and nights through
the woods. These Jews brought
valuable information to the Rus-
sian army, he added.
NAZIS REVIVE RACIAL
LAWS IN ROME, ITALY
Berne (WNS)The revival of
the anti-Jewish laws by the
Nazis upon their capture of Rome
has driven many Jews to find
shelter at the Vatican, it was dis-
closed here this week. Among
the 200 Jews who are reported
housed at the Vatican are many
communal leaders.
GEORGE WOLPERT
Chairman Publicity Committee
Y. M. H. A. Drive


PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1943
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
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Abraham Frankel. 1910 Bay
Drive, Normandy Isle, returned
on Monday from a short visit
with familv and friends in the
North Mrs. Frankel will return
in about 10 days. Mr. Frankel is
president of Beth Sholom Center.
Mrs. Edward Friedman and
daughter. 1423 Lenox avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, have just returned
from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jacobus
and Alvin Cone, spent a few days
in Atlanta last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein
have returned from their vaca-
tion at Hendersonville. N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard
returned this week from a vaca- .
tion spent in New York and vi- j
cinity with their family and
friends.
George Wolpert left Thursday
for a one week stay in New York
City.
Moses Pallot returned to the
city this week after spending the
summer in Springfield. Mass.
Mr. and Mrs Joe Shonfeld re-
turned this week from New York
and vicinity when' they had
spent some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan I
gone for a two week s stay In
New York. While there they will
attend the unveiling of the
tombstone of Mrs. Kaplan s fath-
er and visit relatives and
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Magid re-
' turned several days ago from an
, extended trip to Nashville. Tenn.
1 and Hendersonville, N. C.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle returned to
the city today after attending the
funeral of her mother. Mrs. Jen-
nie Silver, Savannah, Ga.. vtpo
! passed away last Thursday, Sep-
tember 9th.
Major Mitchell Wolfson return-
ed today from Asheville, N. C.
BRITH
At Jackson Memorial hospital
at noon yesterday. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiated at the hrith
milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben B. Clein, 4360 S. W. 1st
Street.
ENGAGEMENT
Announcement was made of
the engagement of Miss Ruth L.
Hirsch. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard L. Hirsch. Miami and
Lvnbrook. to Dr. Jerome S. Be-
loff. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Beloff, Meriden. Conn.
Miss Hirsch attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and New York
University, is a member of Mu
Beta Sigma biological society.
Dr. Beloff was a member of
Phi Beta Kappa at Amherst col-
lege and member of Phi Delta E
lege and member of Phi Delta
Epsilon medical fraternity at Co-
lumbia medical school.
He is now an interne at Mt-
Sinai hospital. New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Feinberg
left to attend the graduation as
a lieutenant of their son. Fred,
from the Army Air Forces at
Spence Field. Ga.. August 30th.
Following the graduation, the
trio left for New York where
they will visit relatives and
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oren. 1813
S W. 21st street, announce tj?e
engagement of their daughter.
Miss Joyce Oren. to Leslie Baker.
son df Mr. and Mrs. Harrv J.
Baker. Brookline. Mass.
Miss Oren attended Miami High
school and the University of
1 Miami. Mr. Baker attended Bos-
ton schools and the University
of Miami.
president of the Miami Beach Ju-
nior Chamber of Commerce, is
now in the U.S.A. Air Forces,
Prior to his enlistment, he served
for 14 months as an army me-
teorologist at Newport Ark-
While in the service, his v. ltt
will live in New York.
The marriage of Miss Ida SeU-
kowitz to Pfc. David Stotland
took place last Sunday. at the
home of the brides cousins. Mi
and Mrs. Milton Sirkin Miami
Beach. The couple, residents of
Philadelphia. Pa., were united n
matrimony by Chaplain Harold
H. Gordon.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception and buffet supper was
held. Pfc Stotland is attached
to the Signal Corps of the 36th
St. Airport.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rifas an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter. Miss Minnie Rifas to
Harry Atz. The ceremony took
place at Chicago. August 23rd.
LOCAL GIRL MISTRESS
OF CEREMONIES
Joining the headliners at Jim-
mic's Night Club as mistress of
ceremonies is Miss Phyllis Shar-
on, popular entertainer in dinner
clubs of this area.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Schulman. Miss Sharon re-
cently completed several success-
ful and extended stays at Jeff s.
the Drum, and at the Pago Pago
Club of the Vanderbilt Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Greenbcrg and
daughter. Mildred Bermce. of
415 N. W. 43rd street, have JUSt
returned from a three month's
trip, which took them to Phila-
delphia. Baltimore. Atlantic City,
Ocean City and Wildwood. N. J..
where thev visited friends and
relatives, "in Philadelphia they
were with their son and his fam-
ily and spent several days with
another son. Albert Irving, at
Camp George G Mead. Md.
Emanuel Gordon is out of the
city visiting in Macon and At-
lanta. Ga.
WEDDINGS
Announcement is made of the
marriage of Miss Marjorie Lu-
cille Goldberg, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. S. Marvin Goldberg.
New York, to Howard Rosendorf.
which took place Aug. 2 in the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H.
Kaplan. Miami Beach, with Dr.
Kaplan officiating.
The bride attended Columbia
university. Mr. Rosendorf. a past
Sam Zinkow will leave Sunday
for Atlanta, Ga.. where he wall
join the headquarters staff of
the Florida Linen Service and al-
so set up permanent residence.
WISH YOUR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES
A
Happy New Year
THROUGH
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Sensible
NO ENEMIES
NO ANIMOSITY
NO EMBARRASSMENT
You have used the only
medium by which you ov-
erlook no one individual
Sometimes your best friend
It happens every year!
Economical
For Two Dollars You Have
Solved Your Entire New
Year's Greeting Problem.
NO BUYING
CARDS ENVELOPES
STAMPS
NO BOTHERING
SIGNING ADDRESSING
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PHONE 2-1141
TODAY!
Ml THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave.
OPEN AT 1:48 P. M.
Starts Saturday at 4:30 P.M.
and Sunday Through
Tuesday. Sept. 18-21
MONTY WOOLLEY
GRACIE FIELDS
HOLY
MATRIMONY
with LAIRD CREGAR
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Wednesday, Thursday
September 22-23
WARREN WILLIAM
as "THE LONE WOLF
cd States, is seeking to unite
American Jews on a common
program for the solution of the
tragic problems concerning
world Jewry.
The timing of this action
must be characterized as un-
Sportsmanlikc and reprehensi-
bly impertinent. It is calculat-
ed to confuse American public
opinion and to disrupt the
American Jewish community.
Today the delegates here as-
sembled, representing every
point of view, are united in the
repudiation of this attempt to
sabotage the collective Jewish
will to achieve a unified pro-
gram."
Judge Fred B. Butzel of De-
troit moved to make Mr. Mon-
sky's statement the sentiment
and opinion of the Conference.
This motion was unanimously
passed by a rising vote.
In view of the foregoing
statement, which crystallized
the outraged feelings of the en-
tire Conference, we, the duly
elected delegates to the Ameri
can Jewish Conference reni-P
senting all the Jewish peonl*
of Florida, do hereby denounce
the action of Rabbi Zielonka of
Tampa and Rabbi Baron of Ft
Lauderdalc in signing the state
ment issued by the American
Council for Judaism, Ine as
published by the New York
Times of September 1, 1943 a
an attempt to sabotage and
nullify the efforts of the Amer-
ican Jewish Conference in the
midst of its session, and thwart
the united will of American
Jewry.
D. J. APTE.
Delegate from Tampa and
Western Florida
ABE NEWMAN,
Delegate from Jacksonville
and Northern Florida
(Rabbi) MAX SHAPIRO
Delegate from Greater Miami
District
HARRY SIMONHOFF
Delegate from Greater Miami
District
TO THE JEWISH PEOPLE OF
FLORIDA:
At the American Conference on
August 31. 1943. at the Waldorf
Astoria Hotel. New York, the
following statement was made by
Henry Monsky. president of B'nai
B"rith. while presiding over the
assembly:
"The American Council for
Judaism, a body of one hund-
red men speakins for them-
selves, has seen fit to issue a
statement in the name of
'Americans of Jewish faith' at
a time when the American Jew-
ish Conference, a democratical-
ly elected body, representing
every major Jewish organiza-
tion and community in the Unit-
The Third War Bond Drive is
new on. Are you doing your
part to put over this loan. Buy
manv. more. much, bonds, now!
ATTEND
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
AT THE
Beth Jacob Synagogue
301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach

MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD
In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Torah
and Community Building

RABBI MOSE MESCHELOFF
will preach in both buildings
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
will chant the services, assisted by
well-known Baalei Tefilla

Seats on Sale Daily 9 to Noon5 to 10 P. M.
Sunday, All Day to 10 P. M- Saturday, 8:30 to 10 P. M.
Come NOW and select the seats YOU want!
Seats will be given gratis to those unable to pay

Hundreds of service men are to be the invited guests of our
congregation; seats are reserved for them.
IN
//
//
PASSPORT
TO SUEZ
with ERIC BLORE
"Why Not Think of the
Last Thins First?
WHEN A LOSS OCCURS IN THE FAMILY
BE COMFORTED IN KNOWING THAT
I AM PREPARED!
Maybe you feel that you have already provided adequate burial
protection for your familyby paying dues to some organization
which offers burial spaceBut such organization usually scatter
families in different cemeteries instead of keeping them together
in one place.
The only sure way to keep the entire family together forever, is
by having your own private family plot. And having your plot in
Mount Nebo assures you of this protection in the finest surround-
ings at a reasonable cost.
NOW is the time to select a family plot in Mount Nebo Cemetery
Before need. This beautiful cemetery is dedicated exclusively
to those of the Jewish faith.
For further information with no obligation, phone
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A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1943
'JewishthrkMam


ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
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PAGE THREE
MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST IbETH SHOLQM CENTER
With the Zionist Convention
now history, the record Miami
Beach delegation has returned.
Reports from them will be
heard at a general membership
meeting to which ample public,
notice will be given.
Leo Robinson has inscribed the
name of his newly-born son in
the Golden Book, and a certificate
bearing his name will soon be is-
sued.
The weekly gathering of the
Miami Beach Zionist Cultural
Forum meets at 3:30 p. m. Satur-
day, September 18th, at the site
of the Spinoza Forum on the
lawn at 11th Street between Col-
lins Avenue and Ocean Drive.
The speaker for this session will
be President Shepard Broad, who
will discuss the subject, "Zionist
GoalA Jewish Commonwealth."
As usual a question and answer
period will follow in which the
audience will participate. There
is no charge for attendance at
these sessions, as the interested
public is invited to attend.
ORTHODOX CONG.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kohn. in
honor of their son, Cpl. Alfred M
tt-onn. and on the occasion of the
observance of their silver wed-
ding anniversary, presented an
Honor Roll to Beth Sholom Cen-
ter last Sunday evening. Charles
b. Tobin was chairman of the
evening. Rabbi S. M. Machtei
and Cantor Abraham Friedman
conducted the dedicatory service
in both Hebrew and English. Ar-
thur Griffith, editorial writer and
columnist of the Miami Herald
who knows Alfred Kohn and who
has frequently quoted "Al Kohn"
in his Sunday coiumn, when re-
vealing portions of letters re-
ceived from Al Kohn overseas
was the guest speaker. Charles
i>. lobin, as chairman of the
board of directors of Beth Sho-
lom Center, accepted the Honor
Roll for the Center. Rabbi
Machtei delivered a brief mes-
sage and offered a prayer for the
safe return of all who serve, and
for an early peace. Following
the program in the synagague Mr
and Mrs. H. Kohn were hosts to
the congregation and visitors at
a reception in the Dr. Ellis room.
Max Rifas, president of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion, has called an important
meeting for Tuesday, September
21st, at 8 p. m. at the synagogue.
All members are urged to attend.
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
announce the success of their re-
cent card party both socially and
financially.
BETH DAVID
Registration at Beth David He-
brew school is in progress. Par-
ents are asked to register their
children immediately since the
new fall term has just begun.
JEWISH WAR VETS
The Jewish War Veterans are
sponsoring the sale of War Bonds
at the State Theatre during the
current Third War Loan cam-
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man of the committee in charge.
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Miss Adele Stone, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stone. 1884 S.
W. 10th Street, has been appoint-
ed editor of the Miami High
Times- a b'-mnthly publication
of the Miami Senior High school
student body.
Active in junior civic work as
well as in extra curricula activi-
ties at her school. Miss Stone's
appointment is the result of sev-
eral years' meritorious work on
the staff of the newspaper, long
recognized as an outstanding
high school publication.
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Kindergarten Through High School
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Observe the Holy Days
within our beautiful
New Synagogue
CLEAN MODERN WELL VENTILATED
GOOD ACOUSTICS
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WILL CHANT SERVICES
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(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Jewish National Fund, by its ex-
ecutive director, Mendel N. Fish-
er, to be cabled to Palestine for
land redemption "as an expres-
sion of the deep sense of grati-
tude to Dr. Goldstein for the de-
cade of concerted services he has
rendered to the cause of redeem-
ing the soil of Palestine."
During the same session the
following were elected vice-pres-
idents of the ZOA for the ensuing
year: Dr. Solomon Goldman.
Judge Louis E. Levinthal. Ed-
imund I. Kaufman, Louis Lipsky
! Judge Morris Rothenberg, Dr
Abba Hillel Silver, Robert Szold,
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, and Bern-
!ard Rosenblatt. Abraham Gold-
| man of New York was elected
, treasurer of the ZOA and Rabbi
James G. Heller of Cincinnati
was named as chairman of the
National Administrative Council
Dr. Silver, addressing the con-
vention, said that what the world
will do concerning the Jewish
| people will be a true index to
| the nature of the entire recon-
1 struction problem that will fol-
| low this war. "If the world will
project the problem of the na-
tional rehabilitation of Israel__
the people who have been the
most ravaged and victimized in
this war. which possesses no po-
litical power and no military
force to enforce its righteous
claimsin a spirit of justice, vis-
ion and statesmanship, then there
is really hope that all the great
national and international prob-
lems will be solved with fairness
j and justice by the statesmen of
the world," he declared.
President Roosevelt, in a mes-
sage sent to the convention,
stressed that "all feasible meas-
ures are being adopted to lessen
the sufferings of the persecuted
Jews of Europe." He expressed
confidence that "the helpful con-
tribution made by American cit-
izens towards the establishment
of a national home for the Jew-
ish people in Palestine will be
; continued." The text of the pres-
| ident's message reads:
I "As the delegates to this con-
| ference assembled to consider
! means of alleviating the suffer-
ing of the Jewish people, I cannot
but express my horror at the cru-
ellies visited upon innocent peo-
ple by Axis authorities in the
territories they occupy. The at-
titude of this government in re-
gard to these atrocities was ably
expressed by the Secretary of
State in a statement he issued on
October 30. 1942. and I wish to
emphasize that all feasible meas-
ures are being adopted to lessen
the suffering of the persecuted
| Jews of Europe. I am confident
I that the helpful contributions
mad by American citizens to-
wards the establishment of a na-
tional home for the Jewish peo-
ple in Palestine will be contin-
ued."
Daniel Frisch of Indianapolis
announced that the Zionist Or-
ganization of America will launch
a campaign to increase its mem-
bership for the coming year from
67,000 to 150,000. He stressed
the need for a larger membership
in the organization and urged the
Jews of America to bend all ef-
forts to swell the ranks of the Zi-
onist Organization of America.
In a resolution adopted at the.
last day of the convention, the
delegates appealed to the leaders
of the United Nations to immedi-
ately initiate discussions with the
Jewish Agency "in order to de-
termine the role that Palestine
must play in meeting the desper-
ate needs of the dispossessed
masses of the Jewish people and
to secure its rightful place in the
post-war world. The text of the
resolution reads:
"We demand the immediate
termination of the prevailing pol-
icy of the mandatory power in
the Palestine administration. We I
reject the Palestine Administra-
tion's so-called post-war recon-
struction plan for Palestine,
which, based on the White Paper
of 1939, is calculated to stifle
these developments and reduce
the Jewish homeland into a
ghetto. We condemn the villifi-
cation of the Jewish Agency
brought about by the transforma-
tion of a military police court
into a propaganda forum to im-
pugn, the Palestine Jewish war
effort. We deplore the censorship
which has prevented a fair report
of the magnitude and signifi-
cance of Palestine's Jewish con-
tributions to the winning of the
war.
.L "W.<;, the White Paper of 1939 and the
opening of the gates of Palestine
to a large Jewish immigration
under the control and direction
of the Jewish Agency which shall
be vested with authority to de-
velop the country to the maxi-
mum for the benefit of all its in-
habitants. In the rebuilding of
the Jewish commonwealth, we
pledge full regard for the relig-
ious, linguistic, and cultural
rights of the Arab population of
Palestine, and the civil and relig-
ious equality of its inhabitants
before the law. The inviolability
of the holy places of the various
religions shall be guaranteed.
,,"^' appeal to the leaders of
the United Nations now that post
war plans are maturing, to ini-
}u Wlthut delay discussions
with the Jewish Agency for Pal-
estine, that internationally desig-
nated spokesmen of the Jewish
people, in order to determine the
role which Palestine must play in
meeting the desperate needs of
the dispossessed masses of the
Jewish people and to secure its
rightful place in the post-war
world.
"We pledge all our resources
to the end that the Jewish Com-
monwealth may be rebuilt on the
foundations of a sound economic
basis, of an enlightened world
opinion and of a world which will
restore and safeguard the polit-
ical rights of all peoples."
The convention hailed the de-
claration of the American Jew-
ish Conference, which calls for
the reconstruction of Palestine as
a Jewish Commonwealth and
urged a mobilization of American
public opinion for the attainment
of this demand.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
The meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the National Council of
Jewish Women Miami Section
will be held Wednesday morning.
Sept. 22, at 10 o'clock in the office
of the Federation, 1002 Congress
Building. Mrs. Monte Selig, pres-
ident, will preside. All members
of the board are urged to be pres-
ent.
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Wednesday Evening
September 29
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1943
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the Act of March 3, 1879 VOLUME 16
NUMBER 38
I. E. A. ONCE MORE
As we go to press another attempt is be-
ing made to revive and put into operation the
now oft-tried and failed Jewish Education As-
sociation. There are some that will question
the foregoing statement. Their assumption in
our opinion would be that the J. E. A. is not
being revived but that further plans are in
the process of effecting a successful Jewish Ed-
ucation Program for this community.
Call it what you may, we point a finger
of caution at the leaders of J. E. A. They are
not profiting by their mistakes of the past.
Experience is a dear teacher and the trials
and tribulations resulting in the downfall of the
J. E. A. and this group under other names
should be a guiding lesson for future action.
Conferences were held in New York. Di-
rectors were investigated and interviewed and
possibly by the time this publication is in the
hands of its readers the handful of adherents
of a shell of a Jewish Education Association
will have adopted a motion hiring a director
and having him on his way to our city.
Have these gentlemen solved the problem
in the Southwest'' Have they the answers to
the questions of the Miami Beach organizations
that wilf secure their cooperation and their
joining this program? Have they a sound
financial budget that is not problematical but
factual? Have they a program that has been
accepted and approved by the constituent
bodies? Do constituents exist to this organiza-
tion that has not lived up to its agreements
with these members? Is there a J. E. A.?
We clearly see that once more will the hit
and miss method be put into operation. Com-
munity funds will once again be risked. A
professional directorthat is sorely needed
and definitely a necessity where there is some-
thing to directwill be brought here with an
education association but the figment of imag-
ination emanating from a left-over embryonic
skeleton of former attempts.
Miami has grown. It is not the infant so
many believe it still to be. Just any old plan
will not have the support nor can it be pres-
sured into the laps of any synagogue or tem-
ple. This, our leaders have failed to realize.
They discussed with the National head of the
Education Association his coming here for. a
survey of our community. What is the best
plan for this area? What must be done to fill
and meet educational needs of this commun-
ity? What structure must the form of this or-
ganization be in its beginning0 What plan
will satisfy and secure the cooperation of ex-
isting agencies? What set-up will eliminate
and do away with the objections of previous
attempts? These and many more are the
questions that the leaders of Jewish Educa-
tion here must ask themselves. A satisfactory
answer must be reached before we attempt to
span a bridge that previous jumps have failed
to cross. This survey must be made!
Fully cognizant are weand we lay our-
selves wide open with this statementof the
deplorable state and lack of a satisfactory ed-
ucation program in our community. We have
supported and are in favor of a unified educa-
tion program. Once again we must cry out
and reiterate previous editorializing. A suc-
cessful Jewish Education Association must be
carefully planned. The organizational work
must be accomplished before a director is se-
cured. The stamp of approval which brings
with it participation must be obtained from the
community and the majority of existing agen-
cies now serving this endeavor. The scope
of this endeavor under an association must be
clearly outlined and its limitations definitely
defined.
Better that they be conservative and limited
in a program at the outset and be successful
than all encompassing and doomed to failure.
With these items on a completed agenda then
will this community have as an integral part
a serviceable supported and satisfying Jew-
ish Education Program.
HOME HOSPITALITY
As this season of the year rolls around the
hospitality group of the Jewish Welfare Board
local Army and Navy Committee finds itself
exerting every effort in extending hospitality
to those in service that find themselves in our
community at this time.
Home hospitality means much to those who
are away from home and especially at the
High Holy Days. Normal living as compared
to their present mode is a vast comparison and
for the majority a radical and revolutionary
charge. This touch of home away from home,
this opportunity to spend the Holidays in a
Jewish atmosphere and environment is one of
the strongest of morale providers. It instills
courage and provides a brief period of relax-
ation and home surroundings that fill the in-
dividual with the feeling of getting back to
the job and finishing it so that once more they
can return to normal.
Many families, when asked last year to
extend the hospitality of their home on this oc-
casion graciously did so. In many instances
there was disappointment because of last min-
ute Military Orders. Control of these factors
are beyond the efforts of any group and our
residents must realize these are war times and
there are war time regulations. Past experi-
ences of this nature must be overlooked and
every effort extended to provide hospitality for
as many of those in service as possible. Do
your partcall the J. W. B. today, 9-1323, and
avail yourself of an opportunity to serve the
home front.
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MARCH 15, 194*
Muctfy eottfcdetdicd
________,__________By PHINEAS J. BIRON---------------______
LISTEN HERE ....
Aftermath of the American Jewish Conference: There's a
possibility of the Conference reconvening within the next
few months, probably in the city of Chicago Clamor will
not die as to why the Conference didn't take up the prob-
lems of anti-Semitism in this country You may not have
known it, incidentally, but there was a strong group which
wanted the Conference completely dissolved after this first
conclave Queen Wilhelmina of The Netherlands, who
celebrated her birthday very quietly in exile a couple of
weeks ago, hopes to mark the occasion in her traditional
manner next summer The traditional manner includes, in
addition to any number of official receptions and other func-
tions, a personal visit by Her Majesty to the Joden Breetstraat
(Main Street of the Jews) and other parts of the American
Jewish quarter.
YOU SHOULD KNOW ....
Did you know that Otto Lilienthal, the German Jewish
glider pilot of the nineteenth century, had also designed a
regular motor-driven airplane, but was killed in a glider
crash the day before he was to have made his first flight in
that plane? This is just one of the innumerable facts on
flying you can find in Milton Figen's "Pocket Aviation Quiz
Book," which will help you keep up with the news from the
world's flying fields And did you know that the late Leon
S. Moisseff, the famous bridge-builder, worked his way
through the Columbia School of Mines by writing articles
for the Yiddish press, and in the course of this work intro-
duced to the Yiddish-reading masses the writings of Walt
Whitman and Henriz Ibsen?
READERS' GUIDE ....
A most moving war document appeared in the Septem-
ber issue of Nailebn ... It is the last letter of Private Sidney
Rabinowitz, who at the age of 21, died in action in the North
African campaign on April 29th last ... He wrote: "This is
my last letter to you ... I am keeping it in my pocket, and if
I should be killed I hope somebody will mail it to you ... I'll
die not as a hero but as an ordinary young man who did all
he could to help overcome the forces of evil" Capt. Louis
M. Smith found the letter firmly grasped in the hands of the
dead soldier, and sent it on to his parents Recommended
is a very much worth-while article by Emil Ludwig, in the
current issue of The Answer Just out and already one of
the new season's best-sellers is Shalom Asch's "The Apos-
tle" Asch has three sons on active service with the U. S.
Army, by the way, and all his grandchildren are living in
his home for the duration.
HITPARADE ....
Orchids to the Daily Mirror's Weatherly for the twin cm-
toons entitled "What a Change at Brenner Pass," just pub-
lished a few days before Italy's total collapse "1942-
Hit and Muss" was the caption under the first picture, show-
ing the two fuehrers shaking hands in the shadow of the
great railroad bridge And the second drawing, showing
the bridge blasted to bits by Allied bombs, bore the title "1943
Hit and Mussed" Nine years ago Werner Janssen, the
distinguished American conductor, was kicked out of Berlin.
because, as guest conductor of the Berlin Harmonic Orches-
tra, he insisted on keeping Felix Mendelssohn's Third Sym-
phony on his program Today this baton-swinger is doing
his bit to kick Adolf out of Berlinby working on the swing
shift in a West Coast aircraft plant.
MARTIAL MUSIC ....
The Navy's Artie Shaw is seeing plenty of the Pacific
war theatre these days, and confesses that this business ot
chaperoning a band of service men in a battle zone has 18
worries The biggest of these is the question of how to
provide safety for the band instruments in the event of a Jap
attack ... At Guadalcanal Chief Petty Officer Shaw had his
men dig foxholes for their brasses The musical endj0'
Moss Hart's Army Air Corps show is being handled by Ser-
geant Dave Rose, while the construction and operation of the
five revolving stages to be used in the show is being super-
vised by the creator of that mechanism. Corporal Harry Horn-
er Harry Hershfield recently received a letter from his
old pal, Al Jolson, telling him that now "I do not smoke on
Saturday, and am eating greebeness" ... It didn't take long
for Harry to realize that Al had been writing from Eretz Israel.
ABOUT PEOPLE ....
A very quiet celebration was that marking Max M*
hard's seventieth birthday last week The professor
deep in work on his next Broadway production, a Reinhar
version of Offenbach's opera "La Belle Helene" By ")
time you read this the appointment of Dr. Herman Baruc .
brother of Bernard M., as the American envoy to Portugal
may be an accomplished fact Which reminds us to J*
port that Bernard Baruch's recent "disappearance" from in
Capital scene was due not to his illness but to the illneSS.e
the nurse who is his constant companion, and whom
rushed to a New York hospital One man who hopes tn
the house where he was born will be blasted to bits is n
lywood's Fritz Feld That house stands next door to to
ler's chancellery Among the casualties on the Coaql a
sional Limited from Washington on Labor Day was a
Rosen, one of our most gifted public relations workers, w
is connected with the Textbook Commission of The Pr,e
ant Ann is in a critical condition at this writing-


)AY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1943
+Jewish fktfkUan
TIE I-JJHFEIEKE
By LOUIS HEIMAN
Press Representative of The Jewish Floridian
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nil Bins
By MORRIS WEINER
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
UTIEEIJOI UNO ME
BY BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
Following the opening ceremonies of the Amer-
can Jewish Conference, the deliverations began.
The stature of Henry Monsky as a leader of
nanerican Jewry was tremendously increased as a
result of his opening address and the impartial
knanner in which he acted as chairman. As a press
Representative of The Jewish Floridian, I was fur-
aished, in advance, with the text of his address,
realize that the substance of a speech is not al-
vays shown by the applause of the audience as
foe speaker delivers his talk. Usually, the applause
Is the method adopted by the audience to show
heir agreement with the speaker's views. It was
plainly apparent, from the tremendous applause at
iiis every mention of Palestine as the Jewish Home-
Band, that the Zionists were in control of the Con-
ference from its very beginning. The audience
Eoudly applauded this statement by Monsky:
"Leadership must be responsive to the yearnings,
the aspirations and the hopes of those for whom
Ithey presume to speak." The delegates applauded
Monsky, when he spoke of the rescue of European
|jewry in these words:
"It has been said that 'post war' is 'post mortem'
[unless practical and effective measures of relief anr
{rescue are immediately inaugurated. Therefore,
notwithstanding the more limited phraseology of
Ithe agenda, plans for the immediate rescue of the
Ixemnant of our people in the Nazi occupied coun-
Itries must and will receive full and adequate con-
Isideration at this Conference. The time has come
Ito say less and do more about it." But, when he
Ibegan speaking of what role Palestine could play in
Imeeting the problems of our people in the post-war
[world, vociferous applause greeted this statement:
"The Balfour Declaration and the Palestine Man-
Idate, endorsed by fifty-two nations, concurred in by
[joint resolution of the Senate and House of Repre-
sentatives of the United States of America, were
lhailed as documents of state, legally recognizing
[the historic connection of the Jewish people with
[Palestine and their right to rebuild their national
[home in that country." The applause was so great
'that it prompted Monsky to say, when it subsided:
"May I interpolate by saying you made a mis-
ake when you thought I devoted only one para-
[graph to Palestine."
Each of the following statments by Monsky
[brought loud applause:
"Can there be any question that Palestine in the
'light of long-term planning, presents the most real-
istic single opportunity for the resettlement of large
numbers of the unfortunate and harassed of our
people?"
"Can there be any doubt, that consonant with
the principles of freedom, justice and self-determina-
tion, basic in the war aims of the United Nations,
there will be after the complete triumph of Democ-
racies, an opportunity for the realization of the pur-
pose and aims of the Balfour Declaration and the
Palestine Mandate?"
(Continued Next Week)
Sportspourri: Mushy Callahan, son of a rabbi,
despite his unorthodox name adopted for the sports
world, was the first Jewish fighter to hold the junior
welterweight title of the world ... On the other hand,
Maurice Dubofsky, one of the greatest stars to come
out of Georgetown University, kept his name and
later became line coach at the Jesuit institution .
Maurice was also the son of a rabbi.
Harold Axelrod holds the American record for
surf casting with a heave of 137 feet And speak-
ing of fishing records, here are some interesting
items: Fred Weintraub is considered the best trout
fisherman west of the Rockies while Isadore Levine
the best fly fisherman east of the Mississippi.
Clifford Goldstein, the lone Jewish runner in the
3,000 meter race won recently by Gunder Hagg in
his American debut, was a fair-to-middling distance
runner while at City College Nonetheless, he
held his own and placed close behind the holder of
the American record, Gregory Rice Charles
Grossberg ran a spanking quarter mile at the A. A.
U. outdoor championships and though he smashed
every existing record for the distance could do no
better than fourth The competition was that keen.
Have You Heard That: Barney Ross considers
most men over thirty of little use as fighting units
in the armed forces Said the former triple-title
holder: "I was in top-notch condition for a fellow
my age and yet I couldn't take the gaff some of the
youngsters did out there on Guadalcanal. This is
a young man's war" Barney x& still recuperat-
ing in the St. Albans Naval hospital.
Joe Choynski, who died at the age of 74, was
the first Jewish heavyweight in the United States .
He never held the championship, but he won de-
cisions over Corbett, Jeffries and Sullivan His
longest fight lasted some 54 rounds in the days
when a round was over only when a man was
knocked off his feet And, whether you believe
it or not, the man with the most lethal punch in the
fight game in recent years was the haymaker pos-
sessed by that Madcap Maxie Baer However,
the experts agree that after one of Baer's punches
had killed Ernie Schaaf, he never could put his
heart into another punch.
WITH OUR FILM FOLK
Irving Berlin, with two units of his "This Is The
Army" show, will embark for overseas entertain-
ment in four weeks. His soldier cast must first com-
plete their basic training so as to be ready for active
combat when the tour is over.
Along the same line Playwright Moss Hart is
gathering talent for an Air Force play. He has been
given official permission to select performers from
any of the air bases in the country.
If you want to laugh and help others with every
chuckle, you may purchase Eddie Cantor's collec-
tion of humor. It will shortly be published in a vol-
ume as "The World's Best Jokes." All proceeds go
to the Refugee Children's Fund. The publishers are
pledged to give an equal amount to this charity.
The Zionist Front: By the time this is published
the convention of the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica will have concluded in Columus, Ohio ... Dr.
Israel Goldstein, who has "made good" as presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund in America, will no
doubt also display the same energy as newly elect-
ed president of the ZOA ... He has a way of put-
ting pep into an organization which he heads and
he has shown it not only as president of the JNF,
but also as the head of the Synagogue Council.
Zionists throughout the country will be interested to
learn that on the day that it was announced that
Italy had surrendered, the girls in the New York of-
fice of the Jewish National Fund celebrated the oc-
casion by collecting among themselves sufficient
funds to inscribe Gen. Dwight Eisenhower in the
Golden Book of the JNF Many Zionists have also
sent to JNF headquarters special contributions mark-
ing the victorious achievements of the Allies With
the expected arrival in the United States of King Ibn
Saud's son, Feisal, some Zionist leaders are asking
whether it would not be practical for American Jew-
ish gr<>j.'ps to meet him and welcome him His
arrival here will be utilized in Washington for the
purpose of negotiating Arab-Jewish reconciliation
in Palestine, though it is known that Ibn Saud is
outspokenly against the Jewish aspirations in Pal-
estine ... In case you didn't know, a third of King
Ibn Saud's total revenue is supplied by the Califor-
nia Arabian Standard Oil Company which has
leased, since 1939, a third of Saudi Arabia for the
exploitation of the oil wells there With the Pal-
estine problem attracting wide attention in Wash-
ington, the suggestion is made by some members of
Congress that the entire Palestinian situation be ex-
amined by a group of outstanding Americans who
should render an unbiased report Names listed
for this group include Gerard Swope of the General
Electric Company, Supreme Court Justice Owen D.
Roberts, Hamilton Fish Armstrong, editor of "For-
eign Affairs"; General Harold Knutson, Alfred Smith,
former governor of New York, and John W. Davis,
former Democratic candidate for president Also
suggested are: Harold Glenn Moulton, president
of the Brookings Institution; Wheeler Sammons, pub-
lisher of "Who's Who"; Anne O'Hare McCormick of
the New York Times; Gerald Shattuck, president of
the Schrafft Company, and Basil Harris, vice-presi-
dent of the U. S. Steamship Lines.
it -to -to
Military Information: An editor of a non-Jew-
ish daily newspaper asks me whether any U. S.
ships are named after Jews The answer is that
so far five destroyers and three Liberty Ships have
been named after Jewish patriots The Liberty
Ships carry the names of Louis Marshall, Samuel
Gompers and Haym Solomon The destroyers
are named after Jewish heroes in the navy, three
of whom have fallen in the present war in the
Pacific These three are Lt. Ira Jeffery of Min-
neapolis, Ensign Robert Leopold of Louisville, Ky.,
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
"Y" Youth Activities Start Next
Week
Group activities for boys and
girls from the ages of 6 years and
up will start next Monday after-
noon at 4 o'clock at the "Y."
These activities will include dra-
matics, supervised play, arts and
crafts, and clubs for boys and
girls of all ages. In order to be
admitted to these projects, child-
ren must register at the "Y" of-
fice as no one will be admitted
before first being registered.
Bob Rubenstcin will instruct
arts and crafts, Don McClosky
will have charge of supervised
play, and Hope Ellen Tannen-
baum will have charge of dra-
matics and clubs. Dancing classes
will begin at a later date.
"Y" to Sponsor Spanish Classes
Classes in Conversational Span-
ish will commence very shortly at i
the "Y." A competent teacher
has been engaged and registra-
tions are now being taken. Classes
will be limited. All those desir- |
ing to attend these classes are
urged to register immediately.
"Y" Team vs. Boy Scout*
The title of this may sound
somewhat facetious, but it actual-
ly happened. For a long time the
Boy Scouts have been clamoring
for a game with the "Y" regulars.
It finally came to pass that last
Sunday at the Riverside Play
Ground a diamondball game be-
tween the Y. M. H. A. and the
Y. M. H. A. Boy Scouts resulted
in a victory for the old timers by
the score of 10-2. However, much
can be said for the Boy Scouts.
They put up an excellent fight
and a great deal of talent can be
developed among them. They
played and lost like good sports.
It gave the youngsters a great
thrill to play with their Daddies
and brothers. Such competition
should and will be encouraged
at the "Y."
Bowling
Tigers, sweeping their match
with the Hi-Fliers, moved within
a game of the pace-setting Sul
ermeh, who scored a 2-1 victory
over Canadian Aces, in the Y.M.
HA. duckpin league Monday
night at the Palace alleys.
Rangers decisioned Termite/.,
2-1. and Bombardiers edged Mi-
amians. 2-1. in the other matches.
Rubin Lube] of Supermen
rolled a 133 high game, while J.
LeBlanc had high set of 362. High
team game and let were rolled by
the Rangers. (iOlJ and 1 734.
ORLANDO JEWISH
NEWS
BEACH Y. M. & W. H. A.
TO BE HOST AT PICNIC
Congregation Ohev Shalom in
Orlando is proud to announce
that once again an opportunity
will be given Jewish residents-of
Central Florida to worship for
the High Holy Days at services
in both the traditional and mod-
ern manners. Cantor Julius Ro-
senstein will officiate at the tra-
ditional service and the noted
baritone Meyer Shrader will |served.
conduct the modern service in
the Synagogue vestry. Rabbi
The Y. M. & W. H. A. of Miami
Beach plays host to the commun-
ity of Miami Beach on Sunday.
September 18th. at a picnic which
starts at 11 a. m. and lasting
through the day at the "Y"
grounds. 1 Lincoln Road.
Novel invitations have been
sent to over a thousand families
living over there in which all are
urged to come and look over the
grounds and quarters of this new
institution. Iced drinks will be
according to Mrs. Miriam
illK
Said
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Estate:
and each
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claims and demands ,
either of you. may hav- ><*V
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Beth Sholom Center
761 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH
ANNOUNCES ITS
High Holy Day Services
RABBI
CONDUCTED BY
S. M. MACHTEI
M.
and
CANTOR ABRAHAM FRIEDMAN
In an atmosphere of Decorum and Spirituality, with pray-
ers in both Hebrew and English. Congregational" singing and
Responses, which make of Praying, not an unpleasant Obli-
gation, but an Enjoyable experience in Emotional and Spiritual
Communion.

The committee respectfully urges early reservations, as
the seating accommodations are limited.

Someone in attendance at the Center daily.

16 years of age will worship with the
without charge.
Children under
Junior Congregation
PALM BEACH NOTES
Sam Cohen has return to the
i ity fi m his summi r home in
Philadelphia.
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Miss Sarah Aurbach returned
Tuesday after vacationing with
friends in Jacksonville and later
attending the A.Z.A. convention
in Tampa.
Mrs. Daile F. Wells, nee Elinor
. Ernston. is visiting her mother-in-
: law. Mrs Dover C. Wells at Kil-
I gore. Texas,
The Beth El Sisterhood held
its regular meeting this week at
j Scher Memorial Hall. Following
, the business session a social hour
was held with Mrs. Irving Moss
jand Mrs. Nathan Schokoff act-
ing as hostesses.
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Cantor Julius Rosenstein
recently connected with the Beth
Sholom Center of Miami Beach,
has been selected to officiate at
Cong. Ohev Sholem of Orlando. A
native of Lodz. Poland, he offici-
ated at many of the large syna-
gogues in Brooklyn and Arvonne.
L. 1.
Morris A. Skop. who will begin
his seventh year in Orlando, will
preach at all services. Special
Children's services will be held
on both Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur with the children con-
ducting their own service. Bar
Mitzvah graduates will officiate
and Rabbi Skop will deliver the
sermonettes. Rev. A. Leshin.-kv
will chant the Torah Readings
and blow the shofar.
Sunday Religious School will
open Sunday. Sept. 26 at 10
a. m. Hebrew School on Mon-
day. Sept. 27 at 4 p. m.
President Jimmie Becker urg- '
es all Jewish residents of Cen-
tral Florida who plan to worship :
in Orlando to arrange for their
tickets in advance as all services
will have special reserved sec- I
tor men and women in the
aimed services now stationed in
nearby military encampments.
Men and women in uniform will
be guests in Jewish homes f, r
the Holy Days and will be seat-
ed gratis at all services.
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The committees are made up of
Mesdames Joseph A. Berman. G.
J. Gertman. Archie Brick. Mar-
vin Bronner, Ben Bronston. Es-
ther Levy. Marie Marbach. David
Phillips. M. Harry Raab, Joseph
M. Rose. Milton Sirkin. Lillian
Warner; with Mrs. Esther Levy
in charge of supplying drinks;
Mrs. David Phillips, publicity;
Mrs. George Bertman. telephon-
ing, and Mrs. Ben E. Bronston in
charge of the registration of
guests.
The girls of the Business and
Professional Women's Division of
Hadassah will serve ;is hosts and
cany out conducted tours of the
edifice.
Archie Brick has been provid-
ing picnic tables and all ground
facilities for the success of this
opening affair of the Beach "Y."
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PAGE SEVEN
Publication of thU list it
lade possible through the co-
peration of the sponsors of
his page appearing below and
he Greater Miami Army and
lavy Committee of the Jew-
gh Welfare Board and other
organisations who from time
o time hare furnished infor-
mation to this committee and
The Jewish Floridian. We are
ilso indebted to the relatives
.nd friends of men in service
^ho responded to our request
for such information.
Readers are invited to ad-
Ivise us of any members in
(the armed forces whose names
I did not appear in these lists,
so that they may be published
I soon in The Jewish Floridian.
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE
Of The Jewish Welfare Board
SERVICE
A COMMUNITY PROJECT
Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
PARADE!
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A List of Jewish Men and Women in the
Services of Our Country
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac.
Executive Committee
Mra. Walter Bronaton. Mra. Max
Dobrin, Maurice Grossman, Louis
Helman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Mrs. Murry Kovan, Harry Marko-
Sitz, Nat Roth, Fred 8hochet,
ilton Sirkin, Joaeph Stein. Mrs.
erman Wallach, Carl Weinkle,
Georae Wolpert.
Lay, Seymour
[ay, Everett
Cay, Herman
fcay, Joseph
Cessler, Herman
Ping, Leonal
tirchik, Jack
tish, Coleman
Uvitt, Saul
tlein, Carl
Llein, Frederick
Llein, Irving
klein, Irving J.
Llein, Joseph
Llein, Milton 5
time, Bernard
tnobel, Edward
tnobel, Bentley
toblik, Morton
tohn, Alfred
tohn, Victor
toller, Daniel
Toiler, David
toppelman, William
torsakov, Leonard
torsakov, Nellie
torsakov, Maurice
torsakov, Shirley
Lout, Hy
tovensky, Ben
tovensky, Meyer
tramer, Walter
trait. Artie
trait, Sidney
tran/. Leroy
treisberg, Sidney
p-entzman, Lawerence
Cromer, Arthur
RCronberg. Dave
1 Kroutz, Harry
aperstein, Herbert
r'.and. Bernard
imbert, Stanley
..ange, Edward
..anger, Sid
..angfur, Joshua
^asky, Mortimer
^aubenthal, Jacob
..eavitt, Dave
.efkove, Abe
^efkowitz, Sidney
[Lefset, Irving
[Lehman, Maurice
J Lehman, Maurice
Lehner, Joseph
Lehrman, Abraham
Lehrman, Albert
Leibesman. Irwin
Leibman, Harold
Leiblich, Sanford
Leibman, David
Leiss, Norman
Leiter, Bernard
Lemelman. David
Leonard, James
Lcrner, Wm.
Letaw, Melville
Levan, William
Levin, Alfred
Levin, Arnold
Levin, Edward Harry
Levin, Edward H.
Levin, Isadore
Levm, Lawerence
Levin, Leon
Levin, Louise
Levin, Marshall
Levin, Nathaniel
Levin, Nathan
Levin, Robt.
Levin, Sol
Levin, Solomon
Levine, Arthur
Levine, Howard
Levine, Howard
Levine, Jerry
Levine, Martin
Levine, Sam
Levinson, Merton
Levinson, Newton
Levinson, Rose
Levitch, Stanley
Levitt, Ben
Levitt, David
Levitt, William
Levy, Bertram
Levy, Herbert
Levy, Joe
Levy, Marshall
Levy, Morgan
Levy, Phillip
Levy, Robert
Levy, Shirley
Lewis, Nathan
Lewis, Robert
Lewis, Seward
Lieberoff, William
Lichtenfeld. Saul
Lieberman, Stanley
Lifsey, Julian
Lincoln, Lee
Lindheimer, Jacob
Lintz, Melvin
Lipkin, Allan
Lipsett, Arnold
Lipsitz, Milton
Lipsitz, Morton
Littman, Morton
Lilienfeld, Albert
Lipowsky, Leo
Losner, Monroe
Lowenthal, Alan
Lubin, Paul
Luria, Sidney
M
Machtei, Leo
Magid, Louis
Madison, Daniel
Manheimer, Milton
Marbach, Charles
Marcus, Robert
Margolis, Edward
Margolis. Herbert
Marks, Bert
Marks, Charles
Marks, Ellis
Marks, Frank
Marks, Joe
Marks, Paul
Marsa, Bernard
Marsa, Samuel
Martin, Ray
Marks, Herman
Maurer, Harry
Mayer, Daniel
Mayer, William
Mayers, Isadore
Mayor, Bill
Mayors, Nathan
Mazur, Ben
Meis, Bernard
Meltz, Jerome
Meltzer, Charles
Mendel, Lewis
Mendelson, LaVine
Merlin, Edward
Metzer, Donald
Metzer, Jack
Meyer, Baron deH.
Meyer, Bob
Meyer, Fred
Meyer, Milton
Meyerhoff, Joseph
Meyers, Samuel
Meyerson, Jacob
Michaels. Charles
Michaels, Morton
Milberg, Edmund
Millard, Bernard
Millard, Bernard
Miller, Charles
Miller, Louis
Miller. Murray
Mindelbaum. Seymour
Mintzer, Jack
Mizrahi, Joseph
Morris, Alan
Morris, Nathan
Moses, Max
Moskowitz, Harry
Moss, Irving
Moss. Samuel
Myers, Edward
N
Nadisch, Samuel
Nathan, Julius
Nathanson, Ben
Nathanson, David
Nathanson, Harry
Namoff, Manny
Nedelman, Harry
Neham, Jack
Newbauer, Julian
Newman, David
Newman, Godfrey
Newman, Harold
Nissenbaum, Simon
Obenchain, Ted
Optner, Phillip
Orlin, Sidney
Ornstein, Hubert
Orovitz, Maurice
Ossip, Albert
Ostrov, Max
Oxenburg, Leonard
Pallot, Albert
Pa Hot, Norton
Pallot, William
PasKkoff. Irwin
Patterson, Adolph
Patterson, Sam
Pearl, Robert
Perles, Morris
Peelish, John
Pepper, Max
Perlish, Richard
Plant, Theodore
Plant, Alfred
Polak, Phillip
Polak, Maurice
Pont, Coleman
Prusin, Abraham
R
Rabinowitz, Seymour
Raff. Morris
Rand. Harold
Raskin, Irwin
Ratner, Stanley
Raxin. Arnold
Reckson, Harry
Redinbaugh, Donald
Reed, Abe
Recih, Wm.
Reinhardt, Norman
Reinhardt, Henry
Reisen, Lawrence
Resnkick, Harry
Reuben, James
Richard, James
Richard. Norman
Richman, Benjamin
Richter, Alfred
Richter, Alvin
Richter, Daniel
Richter, Robert
Rifas, Arthur
Riegel, Irving
Rifkin, Jerome
Robbins, Alexander
Robbins, Bernard
Robbins, Ralph
Robbins, Nathan
Robinowitz, Sidney
Rogers, Wallace
Rogoff, Harold
Rood, Joseph
Ross, Joseph
Rose, Lester
Rose, Norman
Rosen, Arnold
Rosen, Isidore
Rosen, Samuel
Rosen, Jack
Rosen, Samuel
Rosenbaum, David
Rosenbaum, James
Rosenberg, Charles
Rosenberg, Samuel N.
Rosenblatt, Leonard
Rosenblatt, Milton
Rosencratz, Joseph
Rosendorf. Harold
Rosenfield, Daniel
Rosengarten, Henry
Rosenstein, Joseph
Rosenstock. Sidney
Rosenthal, Bob
Rosenthal, David
Rosenthal, Edwin
Rosenthal, Herman
Rosenthal, Irving
Rosenthal, Joel
Rosenthal, Sandy
Rosenthal, Seymore
Rosenthal. Val
Rosener, Leopold
Rosner, Leo
Ross, Lester
Rotfort, Irving
Rotfort, Louis
Rotfort, Sol
Roth, Andrew
Roth, Burnett
Roth, Daniel
Roth .Edward
Roth, Edward
Roth. Julius
Roth. Sam
Rothlein, Robert
Rothlein. Martin
Rubel, Bernard
Rubel, Theodore
Rubenstein, Leroy
Rubenstein, Samuel
Rubin, Arnold
Rubin, David
Rubin, Edward
Rubin, Harold
Rubines. Hy
Rubin, Irving
Rubin. Irwin
Rubin, Jack
Rubin, Joseph
Rubin, Marvin
Rubin. Ruth
Rubin, Seymour
Rubin, Simon
Rudoff. Aaron
.Rutter, Sheldon
S
Sachsel, Leo
Safer, Charles
Saks, Samuel
Saltz, Sidney
Samuels, Erwin
Sandier, Sidney
Saslaw, Milton
Saslaw, Samuel
Sauls, Richard
Sayewitz, Phillip
Schaeffer, Bernard
Schaff, Martin
Schaffer, Samuel
Schaffer, Melvin
Schemer, Mike
Scher, Stanley
Schere, Irving
Scherer, Samuel
Scheinberg, Joseph
Schiffman, Benj.
Schindler, Roland
Schlacter, Albert
Schneider, Joseph
Schneider. Lucy Ann
Schultz. Harold
Schoenberg, Fred
Schupler, Moses
Schwartz, Elsie S.
Schwartz, Harold
Schwartz, Paul
Schwartz, Richard
Schwartz, Sam
Schwartz, Sidney
Schwarz, Normand
Schwarzkopf, Louis
Schwertok, Moness
Sedkin, Bernard
Sedkin, Manuel
Sedkin, Sol
Seeger, Harold
Segherman, Elliott
Seigel, Robert
Seitlin, Emanuel
Seitlin, Jack
Seitlin, Louis
Seitlin, Robert
Selevan, Ira
Selevan, Sol
Selznick, Zomps
Selevan, Arthur
Septoff, Sam
Serkin, Bernie
Serkin, Charles
Serkin. Emanuel
Seymour, Eugene
Shaffer, Samuel
Shandloff. Arthur
Shandloff. Bob
Shainess, Morton
Shapiro, Albert
Shapiro, Harold
Shapiro, Samuel
Sherman, Albert
Shickman, Sam
Shubow, David
Sidle. Bruz
Siegal, Jack
Siegel, Herbert
Siegel, Albert
Silver, Abe
Silver, Kirby
Silver, Lee
Silver, Lee
Silver, Max
Silver, Walter
Silverman, Arthur
Silverman, David
Simon, Harold
Simon. Jack
Simon, Theodore
Simon, Norman
Simon, Morton
Singer, Morton
Singer, Milton
Singer, Lawrence
Singer, Peter
Slote, Arthur
Snetman. Louis
Snowberger, Richard
Snyder. Allen
Snyder, Fred
Snyder, Morris
Snyder, Richard
Snyder, Robert
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Somberg, Sidney
Specktor, Eugene
Spector, Elmer
Spector, Irving
Spector, Martin
Spelman, Richard
Staats, James
Stark, Irving
Stark, Norman
Stegeman, Otto
Stein. Arthur
Stein, David
Stein, Lewis
Stein. Theodore
Steiner. Rosalie
Steinhauser, Alfred
Steinhouser, Robert
Steinitz, Adolph
Stern, Morton
Stillman, Leonard
Stone, Elry
Stone, Leonard
Stone, Samuel
Suberman, Jack
Susner, David
Sussman, A.
Sylvia, Edward
Syrop, Harold
Tannenbaum, Melvin
Tannenbaum, Stanley
Tanner, Robert
Taradash, Daniel
Tauch, Jack
Teitelbaum, Louis
Tendrich, Max
Tannenbaum. Meyer
Tepper, Phillip
Thurman, Arnall
Tobin, Leonard
Tobin. Jacob
Traeger, David
Traeger. Milton
Traurig, Bob
Traurig. Leonard
Turkel, Clarence
Turner, Jack
Tschida, Leo
U
Union, Alfred
Union, Jerome
Union, Robert
W
Waldbaum, Milton
Wallach, Herbert
Wallach. William
Warren, Harry
Wasman, Milton
-OWasserman. David
Weider, Aaron
Weinberg, Jeane
Weinberg, Jerry
Weinberg, Phil
Weiner, Joseph
Weiner, Murray
Weinkle, Aaron
Weinkle, Emanuel
Weinkle, Melvin
Weinstein, Jerry
Weintraub, Carl
Weintraub, Jack
Weintraub, Maurice
Weintraub, Maurice
Weintraub, Milton
Weintraub, Phillip
Weintraub, Stanley
Weinstein, William
Weissbuch, S. B.
Weiskopf, Robt.
Weiss, Lawrence
Weiss, Norman
Weissman, Marty
Weitz, Robert
Weklow, Chas.
Wellbaum, Harold
Weiner, Murray
Wigdor, M.
Wilkins, William
Winebrenner, Harry
Winkleman, James
1
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PAGE EIGHT
+Jewish fhrkMar
>AY, SEPTEMBER
SCHAAREI ZEDEZ
1645 S. W. Third St.. Miami
SIMON APRIL. Rabbi
Kabbolas Shabbos services at
7:00 p. m.
Schachrith services beginning
at 9 a. m. and an address to the
Congregation on the 'Portion of
the Week." by Rabbi Simon April.
Mincha services 6:30 p. m. Sat-
urday, precede the "Teachings of
the Ethics of the Fathers." con-
ducted by Rabbi Simon April.
Daily services morning and
evening. Hebrew school 10 a. m.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wash. Ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beach
MOSES MKS'HKr,OFV, 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.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41t St.. Miami Beach
S. M. MAi-HTEI. Rabbi
ABRAHAM ERIE] >M \N Canto
Friday. 7:00 p. m. Kabbolas
Shabbos service.
Saturday. 9:30 a. m.. services.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak
on "An All-Righteous People."
Cantor Abraham Friedman will
chant the ritual.
Minchah service at 7 p. m.
followed by service men's Se'udah
Shhshis. with Chaplain Harold
H. Gordon presiding.
Sunday. 9:00 a. m., service men's
Minyon with Cpl. Louis Fox in
charge.
119 N. W. Third Are.. Miami
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
LOUIS HATMAN. Cantor
Friday, 7 p. m.: Kabbalas Sha-
bos service.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Sen-ices:
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
6:45 p. m.
Members and friends are urged
to come for their reservations im-
mediately since all seats are prac-
tically sold and must be called ouuuicb, am
for in order to avoid confusion, j Zucker. John
The synagogue is open all day. Zuckerman. W. I.
and evenings from 7 to 9. Sun- ..
days from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
It is impossible to furnish Yar-
melkas because of the war and
we ask members and friends who
have them in their homes to help
us and bring them to the syna-
gogue.
Daily services morning and
evening.
More Service Men
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7)
Winer. Abraham
Wohn. Milton
Wilfe. Sigmund
Wolfson. Gerald J.
Wolfson. Mitchell
Wolfson. Myles
Wollock. Isidore
Wolpert. Adrian
Wyman. J. P.
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Zion. Jacob J.
Zissen. Maurice
Zivitz. Nelson
Zohn. Murray
Zucker. John
Zumsteg. Bernard

B'NAI B'Rith
Notes
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
___.13", 1- E. 19th St.. Miami
COLMAN A. ZWTTMAN, Rabbi
RABBI JACOB H KAPLAN. PhD
Ral.LI Emeritus
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.
HAT
HEN
HERE
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
0 S. W. 17 Avf, Miami
JOSEPH E RAfKOVSKY. Rabbi
LEWIS ORBEN, Beaton
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
(This column is conducted by the
Jew -;i i pratlon in
coopei with The Jewish Florid-
i.in ai a comn mlty gen To Inform
the communltj d( youi organisation'*
I to .i\ ild conflict* in
111 aak for
'" 'omn inltj C ilend i Notlfli
' ieai .'i Pedi no later th.m
la) f":- publication thai week i
Sept. 21. Nat I. Home for Jew-
ish Children at Denver. Miami
Chapter, election of officers. YM-.
&WHA, Miami Beach. 1:30 p. m.
Wed.. Sept. 22. Council of Jew-
ish Women board meeting at 10
a. m.
Sept. 28. Federation Board of
directors meeting 8 p. m.
Oct. 5. Nat'] Home for Jewish
at Denver met '
Back The AttackWith Bonds!
At the present moment, noth-
ing is more important than to
BACK THE ATTACK. Our
armed forces are making progress
on many frontsthey are having
tough sledding in Italy, at the
moment. A grim reminder that
the war is far from over, and has
not yet been won. The casualty
lists will be much longer before
we can lean back with a sigh
signalling the completion of a job
well done.
Tears will flow aplenty before,
the war is over, and the best we
can still be sure of is the promise
of Churchill of blood and sweat
and toil. Many who are of us.
and were in our midst, are car-
rying the burdens on the various
fighting fronts. Those of us at
home must BACK THEIR AT-
iTACK by buying War Bonds.
There is no choice, should you be
thinking of making one. War
Bonds must be bought and we
must buy them.
and addressing the congregation i h,,e,nT at Denver met
Saturday morning. ; i.M&hHA. Miami Beach.
Shalosh S'oodoss, 7.00 d m i ct- 5' Meeting. Temple I
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
141". Euclid Ave. Miami Beach
IRVIXU LEHRMA.V, R
ABRAHAM D. WOLF. Cantor
Friday. 7:00 p. m.. Kabbalos
Shabos.
Saturday 9 a. m.. services Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will preach on
"They Also Serve Who Onlv
Stand and Wait."
Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor,
will chant the service.
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.
m
to
Shalosh S'oodoss, 7.00 p
Rabbi Rackovsky speaking
the worshipers.
Mishnah and Jewish Laws and
Customs group meets dailv at
7:15 and 8:00 p. m.
, Board. 8 p. m.
ng. Temple Israel
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
18"! South Andrews Ave.
Ft. Lauderd.ile. B*|a
Reform SynaicoKue serving Hollywood,
e'*i?-'J.M*r,1wle. anrt Brf"""-d County
SAM I EL HAI.KVI BARON, Rabbi
Services: Friday, 8 p. m.
Religious School: Sunday, 10
a. m.
Sisterhood business meeting,
Monday, 8 p. m.
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Servicemen's Center
canteen. Wednesday. 6 to 11 d. m.
Buy War Bonds and Stampa and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
Wed.. Oct. S. National Council
of Jewish Women luncheon and
afternoon social.
Sun.. Oct. 10. Miami Y. M H
A. dance. 8 p. m.
Oct. 12. Installation of officers
Nat 1 Home for Jewish Children
at Denver. YM&WHA. Miami
Beach.
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Buy "Another Bomber"
The drive is on. coinciding
with the Third War Loan to raises
$15,000,000,000 to buy "another
bomber" through B'nai B'rith.
iSholem Lodge has until October
3th to sell $400,000 in War Bonds
for that "other" bomber. Dur-
ing September Scries E. F. G and
Treasury 2hi% Series 64-69. will
jail be credited toward the bomb-
i er purchase. Select the type best
| suited to your needs.
In Miami. S. B. Miller and Joe
, Lipton. as co-chairmen, are in
j charge of the drive. A desk has
| been provided at the Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion with a B'nai B'rith represen-
tative always in attendance to
write your War Bonds.
At Miami Beach. Jake Felt and
u -. dlor as c-chairmen. At
the Mercantile National Bank.
Bnai Bnth likewise has a desk
with its representatives Rudv Ad-
er and Akin Czech to facilitate
the sale of bonds to friends of
? 1ai B, ro,h" At thc Miami Beach
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation. Manuel Joseloff is there
to give you his undivided atten-
tion.
BACK THE ATTACK-buv
bonds through B'nai B'rithsee;
hnnH Uf utaLnp ls ust'd on 'hat ,
hond, ask that it be used, that
B'nai B'rith. through surK
will send another Krlt ^
BACK THE ATTACK ^ to
Help Pay for War Bond
Public spirited citizens ar^
on y buymg War Bonds bSI
; helping to defray the cmt "*
vertising m all lSl^ *
|to bring the message 212
person in the community n*
i contributors receive no 5*
for such contributions, but h*
doing they are helping the T5
War Loan and using this ml^
BACK THE ATTACK &
hind such contributor and ^
will find that he has part" u2
to the full extent of h" S
m the purchase of War BondT
Help carry the cost of pL'
ads. Call Jake F, It at the Y?
& W. H. A. of Miami rJ1
58-2241, for the fulliTcoffl
tion it is possible to give rf.
receive. Call the B'nai &S
office 3-6391. where every iT
itv is at your disposal Dnl
wait to be tapped on the shwH
er; volunteer to serve mvZ]
lv: offer to help pay'fjg'
tising; place your order for ti
Bonds. BACK THE ATTACK,
every way you can.
Blood Donors
Blood donors who recently v-'
unteered to provide blood pS
ma for the Dade County Blood
Bank, are asked to hold tra-
selves in readiness to appears:
a designated place Even- vol-
unteer will be contacted
More volunteers a'e necessrr
The need is always here but not
so with volunteers, so put ngr
name on the list now.
Miami Beach "Y" Pkaic
So many members of the I'M
& W. H. A. of Miami Bfdrn
members of B'nai B'ntfcfliflto
item properly comes wiaihe
scope of this column.
In order that the Miamtah
Jewish community may I
ize itself with the infant 5lum
Beach "Y" an invitation has beta
extended to a picnic to be heal
Sunday. September 19th.
til a. m. at the M: ami Beach
"Y" building. 1 Lincoln Drive.
at Collins Avenue, and the Ocean.
Bring your picnic basket, bathint
suit and family, thc invitation
reads. Cold drinks will be on the
house.
IfYouHarJMYJOB
KEEPING HOUSE, helping
take care of the familyyou
would realize that business girls
are not the only onea who some-
times get Headache and Tired
Aching Muscles. We home girls
often work just as hard and have
just as many Headaches, just aa
many Stomach Upsets and get
just as Tired.
About a year ago, I first used
ALKA-SELTZER
I find that it eases my Aching
Head, takes the kinks out of Tired,
Aching Muscles and brings relief
when I have Acid Indigestion.
The family aays I am a lot
easier to live with since I have
known about Alka-Seltzer.
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)AY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1943 +Jewish fktfkUan TIE I-JJHFEIEKE By LOUIS HEIMAN Press Representative of The Jewish Floridian n %  nil Bins By MORRIS WEINER Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. UTIEEIJOI UNO ME BY BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. Following the opening ceremonies of the Amercan Jewish Conference, the deliverations began. The stature of Henry Monsky as a leader of nanerican Jewry was tremendously increased as a result of his opening address and the impartial knanner in which he acted as chairman. As a press Representative of The Jewish Floridian, I was furaished, in advance, with the text of his address, realize that the substance of a speech is not al„vays shown by the applause of the audience as foe speaker delivers his talk. Usually, the applause Is the method adopted by the audience to show heir agreement with the speaker's views. It was plainly apparent, from the tremendous applause at iiis every mention of Palestine as the Jewish HomeBand, that the Zionists were in control of the Conference from its very beginning. The audience Eoudly applauded this statement by Monsky: %  "Leadership must be responsive to the yearnings, %  the aspirations and the hopes of those for whom Ithey presume to speak." The delegates applauded %  Monsky, when he spoke of the rescue of European |jewry in these words: "It has been said that 'post war' is 'post mortem' [unless practical and effective measures of relief anr {rescue are immediately inaugurated. Therefore, %  notwithstanding the more limited phraseology of Ithe agenda, plans for the immediate rescue of the Ixemnant of our people in the Nazi occupied counItries must and will receive full and adequate conIsideration at this Conference. The time has come Ito say less and do more about it." But, when he Ibegan speaking of what role Palestine could play in Imeeting the problems of our people in the post-war [world, vociferous applause greeted this statement: "The Balfour Declaration and the Palestine ManIdate, endorsed by fifty-two nations, concurred in by [joint resolution of the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, were lhailed as documents of state, legally recognizing [the historic connection of the Jewish people with [Palestine and their right to rebuild their national [home in that country." The applause was so great 'that it prompted Monsky to say, when it subsided: "May I interpolate by saying you made a misake when you thought I devoted only one para[graph to Palestine." Each of the following statments by Monsky [brought loud applause: "Can there be any question that Palestine in the 'light of long-term planning, presents the most realistic single opportunity for the resettlement of large numbers of the unfortunate and harassed of our people?" "Can there be any doubt, that consonant with the principles of freedom, justice and self-determination, basic in the war aims of the United Nations, there will be after the complete triumph of Democracies, an opportunity for the realization of the purpose and aims of the Balfour Declaration and the Palestine Mandate?" (Continued Next Week) Sportspourri: Mushy Callahan, son of a rabbi, despite his unorthodox name adopted for the sports world, was the first Jewish fighter to hold the junior welterweight title of the world ... On the other hand, Maurice Dubofsky, one of the greatest stars to come out of Georgetown University, kept his name and later became line coach at the Jesuit institution Maurice was also the son of a rabbi. Harold Axelrod holds the American record for surf casting with a heave of 137 feet And speaking of fishing records, here are some interesting items: Fred Weintraub is considered the best trout fisherman west of the Rockies while Isadore Levine the best fly fisherman east of the Mississippi. Clifford Goldstein, the lone Jewish runner in the 3,000 meter race won recently by Gunder Hagg in his American debut, was a fair-to-middling distance runner while at City College Nonetheless, he held his own and placed close behind the holder of the American record, Gregory Rice Charles Grossberg ran a spanking quarter mile at the A. A. U. outdoor championships and though he smashed every existing record for the distance could do no better than fourth The competition was that keen. Have You Heard That: Barney Ross considers most men over thirty of little use as fighting units in the armed forces Said the former triple-title holder: "I was in top-notch condition for a fellow my age and yet I couldn't take the gaff some of the youngsters did out there on Guadalcanal. This is a young man's war" Barney x& still recuperating in the St. Albans Naval hospital. Joe Choynski, who died at the age of 74, was the first Jewish heavyweight in the United States He never held the championship, but he won decisions over Corbett, Jeffries and Sullivan His longest fight lasted some 54 rounds in the days when a round was over only when a man was knocked off his feet And, whether you believe it or not, the man with the most lethal punch in the fight game in recent years was the haymaker possessed by that Madcap Maxie Baer However, the experts agree that after one of Baer's punches had killed Ernie Schaaf, he never could put his heart into another punch. WITH OUR FILM FOLK Irving Berlin, with two units of his "This Is The Army" show, will embark for overseas entertainment in four weeks. His soldier cast must first complete their basic training so as to be ready for active combat when the tour is over. Along the same line Playwright Moss Hart is gathering talent for an Air Force play. He has been given official permission to select performers from any of the air bases in the country. If you want to laugh and help others with every chuckle, you may purchase Eddie Cantor's collection of humor. It will shortly be published in a volume as "The World's Best Jokes." All proceeds go to the Refugee Children's Fund. The publishers are pledged to give an equal amount to this charity. The Zionist Front: By the time this is published the convention of the Zionist Organization of America will have concluded in Columus, Ohio ... Dr. Israel Goldstein, who has "made good" as president of the Jewish National Fund in America, will no doubt also display the same energy as newly elected president of the ZOA ... He has a way of putting pep into an organization which he heads and he has shown it not only as president of the JNF, but also as the head of the Synagogue Council. Zionists throughout the country will be interested to learn that on the day that it was announced that Italy had surrendered, the girls in the New York office of the Jewish National Fund celebrated the occasion by collecting among themselves sufficient funds to inscribe Gen. Dwight Eisenhower in the Golden Book of the JNF Many Zionists have also sent to JNF headquarters special contributions marking the victorious achievements of the Allies With the expected arrival in the United States of King Ibn Saud's son, Feisal, some Zionist leaders are asking whether it would not be practical for American Jewish gr<>j.'ps to meet him and welcome him His arrival here will be utilized in Washington for the purpose of negotiating Arab-Jewish reconciliation in Palestine, though it is known that Ibn Saud is outspokenly against the Jewish aspirations in Palestine ... In case you didn't know, a third of King Ibn Saud's total revenue is supplied by the California Arabian Standard Oil Company which has leased, since 1939, a third of Saudi Arabia for the exploitation of the oil wells there With the Palestine problem attracting wide attention in Washington, the suggestion is made by some members of Congress that the entire Palestinian situation be examined by a group of outstanding Americans who should render an unbiased report Names listed for this group include Gerard Swope of the General Electric Company, Supreme Court Justice Owen D. Roberts, Hamilton Fish Armstrong, editor of "Foreign Affairs"; General Harold Knutson, Alfred Smith, former governor of New York, and John W. Davis, former Democratic candidate for president Also suggested are: Harold Glenn Moulton, president of the Brookings Institution; Wheeler Sammons, publisher of "Who's Who"; Anne O'Hare McCormick of the New York Times; Gerald Shattuck, president of the Schrafft Company, and Basil Harris, vice-president of the U. S. Steamship Lines. it -to -to Military Information: An editor of a non-Jewish daily newspaper asks me whether any U. S. ships are named after Jews The answer is that so far five destroyers and three Liberty Ships have been named after Jewish patriots The Liberty Ships carry the names of Louis Marshall, Samuel Gompers and Haym Solomon The destroyers are named after Jewish heroes in the navy, three of whom have fallen in the present war in the Pacific These three are Lt. Ira Jeffery of Minneapolis, Ensign Robert Leopold of Louisville, Ky., and Ensign Daniel Seid of Brooklyn, N. Y. MM IN 1*1 IK. 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PAGE TWO vJewistincricf&i FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1943 .-.-.-J-.II I ... ijHHpu piWWWWWWWWW WWWWW WW SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS 1 MMM> ,MMy M.M > M.'.. M ^^.>..^^Oa^^^^^^^^^^^^*^i^ Abraham Frankel. 1910 Bay Drive, Normandy Isle, returned on Monday from a short visit with familv and friends in the North Mrs. Frankel will return in about 10 days. Mr. Frankel is president of Beth Sholom Center. Mrs. Edward Friedman and daughter. 1423 Lenox avenue. Miami Beach, have just returned from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jacobus and Alvin Cone, spent a few days in Atlanta last week. Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein have returned from their vacation at Hendersonville. N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard returned this week from a vaca. tion spent in New York and vij cinity with their family and friends. George Wolpert left Thursday for a one week stay in New York City. Moses Pallot returned to the city this week after spending the summer in Springfield. Mass. Mr. and Mrs Joe Shonfeld returned this week from New York and vicinity when' they had spent some time. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan I gone for a two week s stay In New York. While there they will attend the unveiling of the tombstone of Mrs. Kaplan s father and visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Magid re' turned several days ago from an extended trip to Nashville. Tenn. 1 and Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs. Carl Weinkle returned to the city today after attending the funeral of her mother. Mrs. Jennie Silver, Savannah, Ga.. vtpo passed away last Thursday, September 9th. Major Mitchell Wolfson returned today from Asheville, N. C. BRITH At Jackson Memorial hospital at noon yesterday. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the hrith milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben B. Clein, 4360 S. W. 1st Street. ENGAGEMENT Announcement was made of the engagement of Miss Ruth L. Hirsch. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Hirsch. Miami and Lvnbrook. to Dr. Jerome S. Beloff. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beloff, Meriden. Conn. Miss Hirsch attended the University of Miami and New York University, is a member of Mu Beta Sigma biological society. Dr. Beloff was a member of Phi Beta Kappa at Amherst college and member of Phi Delta E lege and member of Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity at Columbia medical school. He is now an interne at MtSinai hospital. New York. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Feinberg left to attend the graduation as a lieutenant of their son. Fred, from the Army Air Forces at Spence Field. Ga.. August 30th. Following the graduation, the trio left for New York where they will visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oren. 1813 S W. 21st street, announce tj?e engagement of their daughter. Miss Joyce Oren. to Leslie Baker. son df Mr. and Mrs. Harrv J. Baker. Brookline. Mass. Miss Oren attended Miami High school and the University of 1 Miami. Mr. Baker attended Boston schools and the University of Miami. president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, is now in the U.S.A. Air Forces, Prior to his enlistment, he served for 14 months as an army meteorologist at Newport ArkWhile in the service, his v. ltt will live in New York. The marriage of Miss Ida SeUkowitz to Pfc. David Stotland took place last Sunday. at the home of the brides cousins. Mi and Mrs. Milton Sirkin Miami Beach. The couple, residents of Philadelphia. Pa., were united n matrimony by Chaplain Harold H. Gordon. Following the ceremony, a reception and buffet supper was held. Pfc Stotland is attached to the Signal Corps of the 36th St. Airport. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rifas announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Minnie Rifas to Harry Atz. The ceremony took place at Chicago. August 23rd. LOCAL GIRL MISTRESS OF CEREMONIES Joining the headliners at Jimmic's Night Club as mistress of ceremonies is Miss Phyllis Sharon, popular entertainer in dinner clubs of this area. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schulman. Miss Sharon recently completed several successful and extended stays at Jeff s. the Drum, and at the Pago Pago Club of the Vanderbilt Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. J. Greenbcrg and daughter. Mildred Bermce. of 415 N. W. 43rd street, have JUSt returned from a three month's trip, which took them to Philadelphia. Baltimore. Atlantic City, Ocean City and Wildwood. N. J.. where thev visited friends and relatives, "in Philadelphia they were with their son and his family and spent several days with another son. Albert Irving, at Camp George G Mead. Md. Emanuel Gordon is out of the city visiting in Macon and Atlanta. Ga. WEDDINGS Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Marjorie Lucille Goldberg, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. S. Marvin Goldberg. New York, to Howard Rosendorf. which took place Aug. 2 in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan. Miami Beach, with Dr. Kaplan officiating. The bride attended Columbia university. Mr. Rosendorf. a past Sam Zinkow will leave Sunday for Atlanta, Ga.. where he wall join the headquarters staff of the Florida Linen Service and also set up permanent reside nce. WISH YOUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES A Happy New Year THROUGH Mmtf ncridf&n Sensible NO ENEMIES NO ANIMOSITY NO EMBARRASSMENT You have used the only medium by which you overlook no one individual— Sometimes your best friend —It happens every year! Economical For Two Dollars You Have Solved Your Entire New Year's Greeting Problem. NO BUYING CARDS — ENVELOPES STAMPS NO BOTHERING SIGNING — ADDRESSING STAMPING — MAILING PHONE 2-1141 TODAY! Ml THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave. OPEN AT 1:48 P. M. Starts Saturday at 4:30 P.M. and Sunday Through Tuesday. Sept. 18-21 MONTY WOOLLEY GRACIE FIELDS HOLY MATRIMONY with LAIRD CREGAR it *r -6 Wednesday, Thursday September 22-23 WARREN WILLIAM as "THE LONE WOLF cd States, is seeking to unite American Jews on a common program for the solution of the tragic problems concerning world Jewry. •The timing of this action must be characterized as unSportsmanlikc and reprehensibly impertinent. It is calculated to confuse American public opinion and to disrupt the American Jewish community. •Today the delegates here assembled, representing every point of view, are united in the repudiation of this attempt to sabotage the collective Jewish will to achieve a unified program." Judge Fred B. Butzel of Detroit moved to make Mr. Monsky's statement the sentiment and opinion of the Conference. This motion was unanimously passed by a rising vote. In view of the foregoing statement, which crystallized the outraged feelings of the entire Conference, we, the duly elected delegates to the Ameri can Jewish Conference reni-P senting all the Jewish peonl* of Florida, do hereby denounce the action of Rabbi Zielonka of Tampa and Rabbi Baron of Ft Lauderdalc in signing the state ment issued by the American Council for Judaism, Ine as published by the New York Times of September 1, 1943 a an attempt to sabotage and nullify the efforts of the American Jewish Conference in the midst of its session, and thwart the united will of American Jewry. D. J. APTE. Delegate from Tampa and Western Florida ABE NEWMAN, Delegate from Jacksonville and Northern Florida (Rabbi) MAX SHAPIRO Delegate from Greater Miami District HARRY SIMONHOFF Delegate from Greater Miami District TO THE JEWISH PEOPLE OF FLORIDA: At the American Conference on August 31. 1943. at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. New York, the following statement was made by Henry Monsky. president of B'nai B"rith. while presiding over the assembly: "The American Council for Judaism, a body of one hundred men speakins for themselves, has seen fit to issue a statement in the name of 'Americans of Jewish faith' at a time when the American Jewish Conference, a democratically elected body, representing every major Jewish organization and community in the UnitThe Third War Bond Drive is new on. Are you doing your part to put over this loan. Buy manv. more. much, bonds, now! ATTEND HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES AT THE Beth Jacob Synagogue 301-311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach • MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Torah and Community Building • RABBI MOSE MESCHELOFF will preach in both buildings CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES will chant the services, assisted by well-known Baalei Tefilla • Seats on Sale Daily 9 to Noon—5 to 10 P. M. Sunday, All Day to 10 P. MSaturday, 8:30 to 10 P. M. Come NOW and select the seats YOU want! Seats will be given gratis to those unable to pay • Hundreds of service men are to be the invited guests of our congregation; seats are reserved for them. IN // // PASSPORT TO SUEZ with ERIC BLORE "Why Not Think of the Last Thins First? WHEN A LOSS OCCURS IN THE FAMILY BE COMFORTED IN KNOWING THAT I AM PREPARED! Maybe you feel that you have already provided adequate burial protection for your family—by paying dues to some organization which offers burial space—But such organization usually scatter families in different cemeteries instead of keeping them together in one place. The only sure way to keep the entire family together forever, is by having your own private family plot. And having your plot in Mount Nebo assures you of this protection in the finest surroundings at a reasonable cost. NOW is the time to select a family plot in Mount Nebo Cemetery —Before need. This beautiful cemetery is dedicated exclusively to those of the Jewish faith. For further information with no obligation, phone 3*5132 Florida s Most Beautiful Burial Estates MOUNT NEBO ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI West Flagler Street at 54th Avenue BUSINESS OFFICE 1014 OLYMPIA BUILDING A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU



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PAGE SIX (JMM fhrldUain FRIDAY, SE PTEMBER Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ "Y" Youth Activities Start Next Week Group activities for boys and girls from the ages of 6 years and up will start next Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the "Y." These activities will include dramatics, supervised play, arts and crafts, and clubs for boys and girls of all ages. In order to be admitted to these projects, children must register at the "Y" office as no one will be admitted before first being registered. Bob Rubenstcin will instruct arts and crafts, Don McClosky will have charge of supervised play, and Hope Ellen Tannenbaum will have charge of dramatics and clubs. Dancing classes will begin at a later date. "Y" to Sponsor Spanish Classes Classes in Conversational Spanish will commence very shortly at i the "Y." A competent teacher has been engaged and registrations are now being taken. Classes will be limited. All those desir| ing to attend these classes are urged to register immediately. "Y" Team vs. Boy Scout* The title of this may sound somewhat facetious, but it actually happened. For a long time the Boy Scouts have been clamoring for a game with the "Y" regulars. It finally came to pass that last Sunday at the Riverside Play Ground a diamondball game between the Y. M. H. A. and the Y. M. H. A. Boy Scouts resulted in a victory for the old timers by the score of 10-2. However, much can be said for the Boy Scouts. They put up an excellent fight and a great deal of talent can be developed among them. They played and lost like good sports. It gave the youngsters a great thrill to play with their Daddies and brothers. Such competition should and will be encouraged at the "Y." Bowling Tigers, sweeping their match with the Hi-Fliers, moved within a game of the pace-setting SUL ermeh, who scored a 2-1 victory over Canadian Aces, in the Y.M. HA. duckpin league Monday night at the Palace alleys. Rangers decisioned Termite/., 2-1. and Bombardiers edged Miamians. 2-1. in the other matches. Rubin Lube] of Supermen rolled a 133 high game, while J. LeBlanc had high set of 362. High team game and let were rolled by the Rangers. (iOlJ and 1 734. ORLANDO JEWISH NEWS BEACH Y. M. & W. H. A. TO BE HOST AT PICNIC Congregation Ohev Shalom in Orlando is proud to announce that once again an opportunity will be given Jewish residents-of Central Florida to worship for the High Holy Days at services in both the traditional and modern manners. Cantor Julius Rosenstein will officiate at the traditional service and the noted baritone Meyer Shrader will | s erv ed. conduct the modern service in the Synagogue vestry. Rabbi The Y. M. & W. H. A. of Miami Beach plays host to the community of Miami Beach on Sunday. September 18th. at a picnic which starts at 11 a. m. and lasting through the day at the "Y" grounds. 1 Lincoln Road. Novel invitations have been sent to over a thousand families living over there in which all are urged to come and look over the grounds and quarters of this new institution. Iced drinks will be according to Mrs. Miriam ill K Said You, Estate: and each SWfc'tf.ftj claims and demands either of you. may hav. ><*V •\*>iH I Beth Sholom Center 761 41st STREET, MIAMI BEACH ANNOUNCES ITS High Holy Day Services RABBI CONDUCTED BY S. M. MACHTEI M. and CANTOR ABRAHAM FRIEDMAN In an atmosphere of Decorum and Spirituality, with prayers in both Hebrew and English. Congregational" singing and Responses, which make of Praying, not an unpleasant Obligation, but an Enjoyable experience in Emotional and Spiritual Communion. • • • The committee respectfully urges early reservations, as the seating accommodations are limited. • • • Someone in attendance at the Center daily. • • • 16 years of age will worship with the without charge. Children under Junior Congregation PALM BEACH NOTES Sam Cohen has return to the i ity fi m his summi r home in Philadelphia. Tm fee keel to Deify Products ALFAR C !=*£.MERY CO PALM BEACH JC—CBEAM—ICE Miss Sarah Aurbach returned Tuesday after vacationing with friends in Jacksonville and later attending the A.Z.A. convention in Tampa. Mrs. Daile F. Wells, nee Elinor Ernston. is visiting her mother-in: law. Mrs Dover C. Wells at KilI gore. Texas, The Beth El Sisterhood held its regular meeting this week at j Scher Memorial Hall. Following the business session a social hour was held with Mrs. Irving Moss jand Mrs. Nathan Schokoff acting as hostesses. —Buy War Bonds Today— 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 IsnsM Palm Natiaoally P Ceuatty. lea Crm AS KLAR TO TOU AS TOOT Cantor Julius Rosenstein recently connected with the Beth Sholom Center of Miami Beach, has been selected to officiate at Cong. Ohev Sholem of Orlando. A native of Lodz. Poland, he officiated at many of the large synagogues in Brooklyn and Arvonne. L. 1. Morris A. Skop. who will begin his seventh year in Orlando, will preach at all services. Special Children's services will be held on both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur with the children conducting their own service. Bar Mitzvah graduates will officiate and Rabbi Skop will deliver the sermonettes. Rev. A. Leshin.-kv will chant the Torah Readings and blow the shofar. Sunday Religious School will open Sunday. Sept. 26 at 10 a. m. Hebrew School on Monday. Sept. 27 at 4 p. m. President Jimmie Becker urg' es all Jewish residents of Central Florida who plan to worship : in Orlando to arrange for their tickets in advance as all services will have special reserved secI tor men and women in the aimed services now stationed in nearby military encampments. Men and women in uniform will be guests in Jewish homes f, r the Holy Days and will be seated gratis at all services. The Third War Loan Drive is now on. Will you do your part by buying Bonds^ Your help is urgently needed NOW Take Y oar Watch >e llinrin'i SPECIALIST CHRONOGRAPH REPAIRING for Doctors. Nurses. Aviators DANZIG'S JEWfiERS 236 HALCYON ARCADE H5 E FUf|i St Sirkin. general chairman of the event. The committees are made up of Mesdames Joseph A. Berman. G. J. Gertman. Archie Brick. Marvin Bronner, Ben Bronston. Esther Levy. Marie Marbach. David Phillips. M. Harry Raab, Joseph M. Rose. Milton Sirkin. Lillian Warner; with Mrs. Esther Levy in charge of supplying drinks; Mrs. David Phillips, publicity; Mrs. George Bertman. telephoning, and Mrs. Ben E. Bronston in charge of the registration of guests. The girls of the Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah will serve ;is hosts and cany out conducted tours of the edifice. Archie Brick has been providing picnic tables and all ground facilities for the success of this opening affair of the Beach "Y." publication kenefT SaM of ,h *iti demands to contain ITT i* }* lrn of the claimant and to 7!*N and .presented .a afo^JS "* %  % Will I... I,;,|.,.,| s d "l, o: ~" IM1 Probate Act. Bwtlon l ,PI I'ate August L'3, A. I) ,„, Administratrix of tJJj also known ti W. K., LOUIS IIKIMAV" • A.M Meyer Rausln Woir Rausln EfU> I —Buy War Bonds Today— LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that lh( inderslgned m register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and foi Dade County, Florida, the fictitln iname ACE BAG a METAL CO., .Miami, K Ida, under which era are %  ; In bualm IIA It It Y FA TEL JOSEPH WBNOER B 27 t J-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for [lade County, Florida, the flcllti'iiname, i\ s. OPTICAL CO. Miami Beach, Florida, under which i am engaged In business IK. .\I .1 SAKHA 1 17-24 10/1-8-15 IN THE C1RCPIT COURT '"Til JUDICIAL iL£ T > FLORIDA. IN AND 8fm ,T "M COUNTY. IN CHANCERY l '"*i No i RUTH ALLEN BCHIFFEUUN vi I ALEXANDER BCHIFFELBIA: ORDER OF PUBLICATin^ Hamilton Flei, *MB fled to m, above cause foi Dlv.n on October I. i43. ... .:;;* l'A I I.I' Reptemhi %  [MI **; i:. 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)AY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1943 vJcwisti fhrkHan PAGE SEVEN Publication of thU list it lade possible through the coperation of the sponsors of his page appearing below and he Greater Miami Army and lavy Committee of the Jewgh Welfare Board and other organisations who from time o time hare furnished information to this committee and The Jewish Floridian. We are ilso indebted to the relatives .nd friends of men in service ^ho responded to our request for such information. • Readers are invited to adIvise us of any members in (the armed forces whose names I did not appear in these lists, so that they may be published I soon in The Jewish Floridian. GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Of The Jewish Welfare Board SERVICE A COMMUNITY PROJECT Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service PARADE! ROLLOF HONOR A List of Jewish Men and Women in the Services of Our Country WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac. Executive Committee Mra. Walter Bronaton. Mra. Max Dobrin, Maurice Grossman, Louis Helman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry Kovan, Harry MarkoS itz, Nat Roth, Fred 8hochet, ilton Sirkin, Joaeph Stein. Mrs. erman Wallach, Carl Weinkle, Georae Wolpert. Lay, Seymour [ay, Everett Cay, Herman fcay, Joseph Cessler, Herman Ping, Leonal tirchik, Jack tish, Coleman Uvitt, Saul tlein, Carl Llein, Frederick Llein, Irving klein, Irving J. Llein, Joseph Llein, Milton 5 time, Bernard tnobel, Edward tnobel, Bentley toblik, Morton tohn, Alfred tohn, Victor toller, Daniel Toiler, David toppelman, William torsakov, Leonard torsakov, Nellie torsakov, Maurice torsakov, Shirley Lout, Hy tovensky, Ben tovensky, Meyer tramer, Walter trait. Artie trait, Sidney tran/. Leroy treisberg, Sidney p-entzman, Lawerence Cromer, Arthur RCronberg. Dave 1 Kroutz, Harry aperstein, Herbert r'.and. Bernard imbert, Stanley ..ange, Edward ..anger, Sid ..angfur, Joshua ^asky, Mortimer ^aubenthal, Jacob ..eavitt, Dave %  efkove, Abe ^efkowitz, Sidney [Lefset, Irving [Lehman, Maurice J Lehman, Maurice Lehner, Joseph Lehrman, Abraham Lehrman, Albert Leibesman. Irwin Leibman, Harold Leiblich, Sanford Leibman, David Leiss, Norman Leiter, Bernard Lemelman. David Leonard, James Lcrner, Wm. Letaw, Melville Levan, William Levin, Alfred Levin, Arnold Levin, Edward Harry Levin, Edward H. Levin, Isadore Levm, Lawerence Levin, Leon Levin, Louise Levin, Marshall Levin, Nathaniel Levin, Nathan Levin, Robt. Levin, Sol Levin, Solomon Levine, Arthur Levine, Howard Levine, Howard Levine, Jerry Levine, Martin Levine, Sam Levinson, Merton Levinson, Newton Levinson, Rose Levitch, Stanley Levitt, Ben Levitt, David Levitt, William Levy, Bertram Levy, Herbert Levy, Joe Levy, Marshall Levy, Morgan Levy, Phillip Levy, Robert Levy, Shirley Lewis, Nathan Lewis, Robert Lewis, Seward Lieberoff, William Lichtenfeld. Saul Lieberman, Stanley Lifsey, Julian Lincoln, Lee Lindheimer, Jacob Lintz, Melvin Lipkin, Allan Lipsett, Arnold Lipsitz, Milton Lipsitz, Morton Littman, Morton Lilienfeld, Albert Lipowsky, Leo Losner, Monroe Lowenthal, Alan Lubin, Paul Luria, Sidney M Machtei, Leo Magid, Louis Madison, Daniel Manheimer, Milton Marbach, Charles Marcus, Robert Margolis, Edward Margolis. Herbert Marks, Bert Marks, Charles Marks, Ellis Marks, Frank Marks, Joe Marks, Paul Marsa, Bernard Marsa, Samuel Martin, Ray Marks, Herman Maurer, Harry Mayer, Daniel Mayer, William Mayers, Isadore Mayor, Bill Mayors, Nathan Mazur, Ben Meis, Bernard Meltz, Jerome Meltzer, Charles Mendel, Lewis Mendelson, LaVine Merlin, Edward Metzer, Donald Metzer, Jack Meyer, Baron deH. Meyer, Bob Meyer, Fred Meyer, Milton Meyerhoff, Joseph Meyers, Samuel Meyerson, Jacob Michaels. Charles Michaels, Morton Milberg, Edmund Millard, Bernard Millard, Bernard Miller, Charles Miller, Louis Miller. Murray Mindelbaum. Seymour Mintzer, Jack Mizrahi, Joseph Morris, Alan Morris, Nathan Moses, Max Moskowitz, Harry Moss, Irving Moss. Samuel Myers, Edward N Nadisch, Samuel Nathan, Julius Nathanson, Ben Nathanson, David Nathanson, Harry Namoff, Manny Nedelman, Harry Neham, Jack Newbauer, Julian Newman, David Newman, Godfrey Newman, Harold Nissenbaum, Simon Obenchain, Ted Optner, Phillip Orlin, Sidney Ornstein, Hubert Orovitz, Maurice Ossip, Albert Ostrov, Max Oxenburg, Leonard Pallot, Albert Pa Hot, Norton Pallot, William PasKkoff. Irwin Patterson, Adolph Patterson, Sam Pearl, Robert Perles, Morris Peelish, John Pepper, Max Perlish, Richard Plant, Theodore Plant, Alfred Polak, Phillip Polak, Maurice Pont, Coleman Prusin, Abraham R Rabinowitz, Seymour Raff. Morris Rand. Harold Raskin, Irwin Ratner, Stanley Raxin. Arnold Reckson, Harry Redinbaugh, Donald Reed, Abe Recih, Wm. Reinhardt, Norman Reinhardt, Henry Reisen, Lawrence Resnkick, Harry Reuben, James Richard, James Richard. Norman Richman, Benjamin Richter, Alfred Richter, Alvin Richter, Daniel Richter, Robert Rifas, Arthur Riegel, Irving Rifkin, Jerome Robbins, Alexander Robbins, Bernard Robbins, Ralph Robbins, Nathan Robinowitz, Sidney Rogers, Wallace Rogoff, Harold Rood, Joseph Ross, Joseph Rose, Lester Rose, Norman Rosen, Arnold Rosen, Isidore Rosen, Samuel Rosen, Jack Rosen, Samuel Rosenbaum, David Rosenbaum, James Rosenberg, Charles Rosenberg, Samuel N. Rosenblatt, Leonard Rosenblatt, Milton Rosencratz, Joseph Rosendorf. Harold Rosenfield, Daniel Rosengarten, Henry Rosenstein, Joseph Rosenstock. Sidney Rosenthal, Bob Rosenthal, David Rosenthal, Edwin Rosenthal, Herman Rosenthal, Irving Rosenthal, Joel Rosenthal, Sandy Rosenthal, Seymore Rosenthal. Val Rosener, Leopold Rosner, Leo Ross, Lester Rotfort, Irving Rotfort, Louis Rotfort, Sol Roth, Andrew Roth, Burnett Roth, Daniel Roth .Edward Roth, Edward Roth. Julius Roth. Sam Rothlein, Robert Rothlein. Martin Rubel, Bernard Rubel, Theodore Rubenstein, Leroy Rubenstein, Samuel Rubin, Arnold Rubin, David Rubin, Edward Rubin, Harold Rubines. Hy Rubin, Irving Rubin. Irwin Rubin, Jack Rubin, Joseph Rubin, Marvin Rubin. Ruth Rubin, Seymour Rubin, Simon Rudoff. Aaron .Rutter, Sheldon S Sachsel, Leo Safer, Charles Saks, Samuel Saltz, Sidney Samuels, Erwin Sandier, Sidney Saslaw, Milton Saslaw, Samuel Sauls, Richard Sayewitz, Phillip Schaeffer, Bernard Schaff, Martin Schaffer, Samuel Schaffer, Melvin Schemer, Mike Scher, Stanley Schere, Irving Scherer, Samuel Scheinberg, Joseph Schiffman, Benj. Schindler, Roland Schlacter, Albert Schneider, Joseph Schneider. Lucy Ann Schultz. Harold Schoenberg, Fred Schupler, Moses Schwartz, Elsie S. Schwartz, Harold Schwartz, Paul Schwartz, Richard Schwartz, Sam Schwartz, Sidney Schwarz, Normand Schwarzkopf, Louis Schwertok, Moness Sedkin, Bernard Sedkin, Manuel Sedkin, Sol Seeger, Harold Segherman, Elliott Seigel, Robert Seitlin, Emanuel Seitlin, Jack Seitlin, Louis Seitlin, Robert Selevan, Ira Selevan, Sol Selznick, Zomps Selevan, Arthur Septoff, Sam Serkin, Bernie Serkin, Charles Serkin. Emanuel Seymour, Eugene Shaffer, Samuel Shandloff. Arthur Shandloff. Bob Shainess, Morton Shapiro, Albert Shapiro, Harold Shapiro, Samuel Sherman, Albert Shickman, Sam Shubow, David Sidle. Bruz Siegal, Jack Siegel, Herbert Siegel, Albert Silver, Abe Silver, Kirby Silver, Lee Silver, Lee Silver, Max Silver, Walter Silverman, Arthur Silverman, David Simon, Harold Simon. Jack Simon, Theodore Simon, Norman Simon, Morton Singer, Morton Singer, Milton Singer, Lawrence Singer, Peter Slote, Arthur Snetman. Louis Snowberger, Richard Snyder. Allen Snyder, Fred Snyder, Morris Snyder, Richard Snyder, Robert Devoting ThU Entire Page to the Efforts of the Co ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Building COWEN'S SHOE STORE 155 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. FIXZIT SYSTEMS. Plumbers 1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue FLORIDA LINEN SERVICE 100 N. W. 20th Street LAND-O-SUN DAIRIES. Inc101 Alton Road LUBY CHEVROLET CO. 1055 West Flagler Street MIAMI MILL WORK & LUMBER CO. 535 N. W. 11th Street NATIONAL BRANDS. Inc. 690 N. W. 13th Street NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 158 East Flagler Street Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through Operation of SAM MEYERS 111 South Miami Avenue SOUTHEASTERN SALESMEN'S CARAVAN Langford Building STANDARD WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 149 N. E. 10th Street TOOLEY-MYRON STUDIOS DuPont Building WILLIAM D. SINGER SUNGAS CO. 1100 West Flagler Street WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB West Flagler St. at 37th Avenue WOLPERT FURNITURE CO. 155 West Flagler Street WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolfson Sydney Meyer Sokolow, Carl Soler, Joseph Solinsky, Bert Solodar, Harold Solodar, Monroe Solomon, Bertram Solomon, Donald Solomon, Donald A. Solomon, Eugene Solomon, Frank Solomon, Harold Solomon, Irving Solomon, Robert Solomon, William Soltz, Sidney Somberg, Eugene Somberg, Norman Somberg, Seymour Somberg, Sidney Specktor, Eugene Spector, Elmer Spector, Irving Spector, Martin Spelman, Richard Staats, James Stark, Irving Stark, Norman Stegeman, Otto Stein. Arthur Stein, David Stein, Lewis Stein. Theodore Steiner. Rosalie Steinhauser, Alfred Steinhouser, Robert Steinitz, Adolph Stern, Morton Stillman, Leonard Stone, Elry Stone, Leonard Stone, Samuel Suberman, Jack Susner, David Sussman, A. Sylvia, Edward Syrop, Harold Tannenbaum, Melvin Tannenbaum, Stanley Tanner, Robert Taradash, Daniel Tauch, Jack Teitelbaum, Louis Tendrich, Max Tannenbaum. Meyer Tepper, Phillip Thurman, Arnall Tobin, Leonard Tobin. Jacob Traeger, David Traeger. Milton Traurig, Bob Traurig. Leonard Turkel, Clarence Turner, Jack Tschida, Leo U Union, Alfred Union, Jerome Union, Robert W Waldbaum, Milton Wallach, Herbert Wallach. William Warren, Harry Wasman, Milton -OWasserman. David Weider, Aaron Weinberg, Jeane Weinberg, Jerry Weinberg, Phil Weiner, Joseph Weiner, Murray Weinkle, Aaron Weinkle, Emanuel Weinkle, Melvin Weinstein, Jerry Weintraub, Carl Weintraub, Jack Weintraub, Maurice Weintraub, Maurice Weintraub, Milton Weintraub, Phillip Weintraub, Stanley Weinstein, William Weissbuch, S. B. Weiskopf, Robt. Weiss, Lawrence Weiss, Norman Weissman, Marty Weitz, Robert Weklow, Chas. Wellbaum, Harold Weiner, Murray Wigdor, M. Wilkins, William Winebrenner, Harry Winkleman, James 1 ,* i (CONTINUED ON PAGE f)



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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1943 • 'JewishthrkMam ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES ""' i i -n _„_ _, n.nj_n_t. PAGE THREE MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST IBETH SHOLQM CENTER With the Zionist Convention now history, the record Miami Beach delegation has returned. Reports from them will be heard at a general membership meeting to which ample public, notice will be given. Leo Robinson has inscribed the name of his newly-born son in the Golden Book, and a certificate bearing his name will soon be issued. The weekly gathering of the Miami Beach Zionist Cultural Forum meets at 3:30 p. m. Saturday, September 18th, at the site of the Spinoza Forum on the lawn at 11th Street between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive. The speaker for this session will be President Shepard Broad, who will discuss the subject, "Zionist Goal—A Jewish Commonwealth." As usual a question and answer period will follow in which the audience will participate. There is no charge for attendance at these sessions, as the interested public is invited to attend. ORTHODOX CONG. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kohn. in honor of their son, Cpl. Alfred M tt-onn. and on the occasion of the observance of their silver wedding anniversary, presented an Honor Roll to Beth Sholom Center last Sunday evening. Charles b. Tobin was chairman of the evening. Rabbi S. M. Machtei and Cantor Abraham Friedman conducted the dedicatory service in both Hebrew and English. Arthur Griffith, editorial writer and columnist of the Miami Herald who knows Alfred Kohn and who has frequently quoted "Al Kohn" in his Sunday coiumn, when revealing portions of letters received from Al Kohn overseas was the guest speaker. Charles i>. lobin, as chairman of the board of directors of Beth Sholom Center, accepted the Honor Roll for the Center. Rabbi Machtei delivered a brief message and offered a prayer for the safe return of all who serve, and for an early peace. Following the program in the synagague Mr and Mrs. H. Kohn were hosts to the congregation and visitors at a reception in the Dr. Ellis room. Max Rifas, president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, has called an important meeting for Tuesday, September 21st, at 8 p. m. at the synagogue. All members are urged to attend. The Sisterhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation announce the success of their recent card party both socially and financially. BETH DAVID Registration at Beth David Hebrew school is in progress. Parents are asked to register their children immediately since the new fall term has just begun. JEWISH WAR VETS The Jewish War Veterans are sponsoring the sale of War Bonds at the State Theatre during the current Third War Loan campaign. Mrs. Joe Zalis is chairman of the committee in charge. BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Beit Becauii Biggeit But—Biggeit BKIUM Best Buy War Bonds and StampsHelp the soldiers help you. MISS ADELE STONE IS MIAMI TIMES EDITOR Miss Adele Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stone. 1884 S. W. 10th Street, has been appointed editor of the Miami High T i mes a b 'm nthly publication of the Miami Senior High school student body. Active in junior civic work as well as in extra curricula activities at her school. Miss Stone's appointment is the result of several years' meritorious work on the staff of the newspaper, long recognized as an outstanding high school publication. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. THE NORMANDY SCHOOL 1021 BIARRITZ DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH Opening For Fall Term October 4, 1943 Resident and Day School Kindergarten Through High School LEO HUBERMAN, Headmaster PHONE 6-1061 Observe the Holy Days within our beautiful New Synagogue CLEAN • MODERN WELL VENTILATED GOOD ACOUSTICS RABBI and CANTOR JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY WILL CHANT SERVICES ROSH HASHONA Beginning Evening of September 29 YOM KIPPER Beginning Evening of October 8 FREE ADMISSION TO MEMBERS OF ARMED FORCES MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY AT THE SYNAGOGUE 598 S. W. 17th Avenue Monday Through Thursday 9 to 11 A. M., 7 to 9 P. M. Sunday 8 to 11 A. M.. and 7 to 9 P. M. OR WITH LEWIS GREEN PHONE 3-6086 DFZOflflTMEETINE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Jewish National Fund, by its executive director, Mendel N. Fisher, to be cabled to Palestine for land redemption "as an expression of the deep sense of gratitude to Dr. Goldstein for the decade of concerted services he has rendered to the cause of redeeming the soil of Palestine." During the same session the following were elected vice-presidents of the ZOA for the ensuing year: Dr. Solomon Goldman. Judge Louis E. Levinthal. Edimund I. Kaufman, Louis Lipsky Judge Morris Rothenberg, Dr Abba Hillel Silver, Robert Szold, Dr. Stephen S. Wise, and Bern!ard Rosenblatt. Abraham Gold| man of New York was elected treasurer of the ZOA and Rabbi James G. Heller of Cincinnati was named as chairman of the National Administrative Council Dr. Silver, addressing the convention, said that what the world will do concerning the Jewish | people will be a true index to | the nature of the entire recon1 struction problem that will fol| low this war. "If the world will project the problem of the national rehabilitation of Israel the people who have been the most ravaged and victimized in this war. which possesses no political power and no military force to enforce its righteous claims—in a spirit of justice, vision and statesmanship, then there is really hope that all the great national and international problems will be solved with fairness j and justice by the statesmen of the world," he declared. President Roosevelt, in a message sent to the convention, stressed that "all feasible measures are being adopted to lessen the sufferings of the persecuted Jews of Europe." He expressed confidence that "the helpful contribution made by American citizens towards the establishment of a national home for the Jewish people in Palestine will be ; continued." The text of the pres| ident's message reads: I "As the delegates to this con| ference assembled to consider means of alleviating the suffering of the Jewish people, I cannot but express my horror at the cruellies visited upon innocent people by Axis authorities in the territories they occupy. The attitude of this government in regard to these atrocities was ably expressed by the Secretary of State in a statement he issued on October 30. 1942. and I wish to emphasize that all feasible measures are being adopted to lessen the suffering of the persecuted | Jews of Europe. I am confident I that the helpful contributions mad by American citizens towards the establishment of a national home for the Jewish people in Palestine will be continued." Daniel Frisch of Indianapolis announced that the Zionist Organization of America will launch a campaign to increase its membership for the coming year from 67,000 to 150,000. He stressed the need for a larger membership in the organization and urged the Jews of America to bend all efforts to swell the ranks of the Zionist Organization of America. In a resolution adopted at the. last day of the convention, the delegates appealed to the leaders of the United Nations to immediately initiate discussions with the Jewish Agency "in order to determine the role that Palestine must play in meeting the desperate needs of the dispossessed masses of the Jewish people and to secure its rightful place in the post-war world. The text of the resolution reads: "We demand the immediate termination of the prevailing policy of the mandatory power in the Palestine administration. We I reject the Palestine Administration's so-called post-war reconstruction plan for Palestine, which, based on the White Paper of 1939, is calculated to stifle these developments and reduce the Jewish homeland into a ghetto. We condemn the villification of the Jewish Agency brought about by the transformation of a military police court into a propaganda forum to impugn, the Palestine Jewish war effort. We deplore the censorship which has prevented a fair report of the magnitude and significance of Palestine's Jewish contributions to the winning of the war. L W < ;, undersigned win reflate) with the Clerk of ih.Circuit Court in and fur DaTIe County, Florida, the fictitious name, CURRY'S RESTAURANT, 7433 ''"i:itiAve., Miami Beach. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jewish fhrkMar !" >AY, SEPTEMBER SCHAAREI ZEDEZ 1645 S. W. Third St.. Miami SIMON APRIL. Rabbi Kabbolas Shabbos services at 7:00 p. m. Schachrith services beginning at 9 a. m. and an address to the Congregation on the 'Portion of the Week." by Rabbi Simon April. Mincha services 6:30 p. m. Saturday, precede the "Teachings of the Ethics of the Fathers." conducted by Rabbi Simon April. Daily services morning and evening. Hebrew school 10 a. m. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wash. Ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beach MOSES MKS'HKr,OFV, 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. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41t St.. Miami Beach S. M. MAi-HTEI. Rabbi ABRAHAM ERIE] >M \N Canto Friday. 7:00 p. m. Kabbolas Shabbos service. Saturday. 9:30 a. m.. services. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak on "An All-Righteous People." Cantor Abraham Friedman will chant the ritual. Minchah service at 7 p. m. followed by service men's Se'udah Shhshis. with Chaplain Harold H. Gordon presiding. Sunday. 9:00 a. m., service men's Minyon with Cpl. Louis Fox in charge. 119 N. W. Third Are.. Miami MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi LOUIS HATMAN. Cantor Friday, 7 p. m.: Kabbalas Shabos service. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Sen-ices: Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos, 6:45 p. m. Members and friends are urged to come for their reservations immediately since all seats are practically sold and must be called OUUUICB, am for in order to avoid confusion, j Zucker. John The synagogue is open all day. Zuckerman. W. I. and evenings from 7 to 9. Sun•.. days from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. It is impossible to furnish Yarmelkas because of the war and we ask members and friends who have them in their homes to help us and bring them to the synagogue. Daily services morning and evening. More Service Men (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7) Winer. Abraham Wohn. Milton Wilfe. Sigmund Wolfson. Gerald J. Wolfson. Mitchell Wolfson. Myles Wollock. Isidore Wolpert. Adrian Wyman. J. P. fclpB^H ^^I WiXWWWW HW WWWWWPIWWWW Zion. Jacob J. Zissen. Maurice Zivitz. Nelson Zohn. Murray Zucker. John Zumsteg. Bernard B'NAI B'RITH NOTES mum w •t PAUL WETTZMAN ................................. i i j^r^^ TEMPLE ISRAEL .13", 1E. 19th St.. Miami COLMAN A. ZWTTMAN, Rabbi RABBI JACOB H KAPLAN. PhD Ral.LI Emeritus Services will be continued at Temple Israel during the summer months on Fridays at 8:15 p. m. with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. HAT HEN HERE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 0 S. W. 17 Avf, Miami JOSEPH E RAfKOVSKY. Rabbi LEWIS ORBEN, Beaton 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 (This column is conducted by the Jew -;i i • pratlon in coopei with The Jewish Floridi.in ai a comn mlty gen • To Inform the communltj D( youi organisation'* I to .i\ ild conflict* in 111 aak for '" 'omn inltj C ilend i %  Notlfli • ieai .'i Pedi no later th.m la) f":publication thai week i Sept. 21. Nat I. Home for Jewish Children at Denver. Miami Chapter, election of officers. YM-. &WHA, Miami Beach. 1:30 p. m. Wed.. Sept. 22. Council of Jewish Women board meeting at 10 a. m. Sept. 28. Federation Board of directors meeting 8 p. m. Oct. 5. Nat'] Home for Jewish at Denver met Back The Attack—With Bonds! At the present moment, nothing is more important than to BACK THE ATTACK. Our armed forces are making progress on many fronts—they are having tough sledding in Italy, at the moment. A grim reminder that the war is far from over, and has not yet been won. The casualty lists will be much longer before we can lean back with a sigh signalling the completion of a job well done. Tears will flow aplenty before, the war is over, and the best we can still be sure of is the promise of Churchill of blood and sweat and toil. Many who are of us. and were in our midst, are carrying the burdens on the various fighting fronts. Those of us at home must BACK THEIR ATiTACK by buying War Bonds. There is no choice, should you be thinking of making one. War Bonds must be bought and we must buy them. and addressing the congregation i h,, e £ n T at Denver met Saturday morning. ; I.M&HHA. Miami Beach. Shalosh S'oodoss, 7.00 D m i „ ct 5 Meeting. Temple I BEACH JEWISH CENTER 141". Euclid Ave. Miami Beach IRVIXU LEHRMA.V, R ABRAHAM D. WOLF. Cantor Friday. 7:00 p. m.. Kabbalos Shabos. Saturday 9 a. m.. services Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on "They Also Serve Who Onlv Stand and Wait." Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor, will chant the service. 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. m to Shalosh S'oodoss, 7.00 p Rabbi Rackovsky speaking the worshipers. Mishnah and Jewish Laws and Customs group meets dailv at 7:15 and 8:00 p. m. Board. 8 p. m. ng. Temple Israel Buy Stamps and Bonds. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 18"! South Andrews Ave. Ft. Lauderd.ile. B*|a Reform Synaico K ue serving Hollywood, e'*i?-'J.M* r,1 w le anrt Brf """-d County SAM I EL HAI.KVI BARON, Rabbi Services: Friday, 8 p. m. Religious School: Sunday, 10 a. m. Sisterhood business meeting, Monday, 8 p. m. Sisterhood night at the Fort Lauderdale Servicemen's Center canteen. Wednesday. 6 to 11 D. m. Buy War Bonds and Stampa and Insure Your Tomorrow. Wed.. Oct. S. National Council of Jewish Women luncheon and afternoon social. Sun.. Oct. 10. Miami Y. M H A. dance. 8 p. m. Oct. 12. Installation of officers Nat 1 Home for Jewish Children at Denver. YM&WHA. Miami Beach. **AL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868 A Trustworthy Real Estate Service Ask for Free 1943 Dea ptlva Map ..f Miami Beai h RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER Reg. Real Estate Broker Ph. 58-1188 523 Mich. Ave. Buy "Another Bomber" The drive is on. coinciding with the Third War Loan to raises $15,000,000,000 to buy "another bomber" through B'nai B'rith. iSholem Lodge has until October 3th to sell $400,000 in War Bonds for that "other" bomber. During September Scries E. F. G and Treasury 2hi% Series 64-69. will jail be credited toward the bombi er purchase. Select the type best | suited to your needs. In Miami. S. B. Miller and Joe Lipton. as co-chairmen, are in j charge of the drive. A desk has | been provided at the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association with a B'nai B'rith representative always in attendance to write your War Bonds. At Miami Beach. Jake Felt and u -. dlor as c -chairmen. At the Mercantile National Bank. Bnai Bnth likewise has a desk with its representatives Rudv Ader and Akin Czech to facilitate the sale of bonds to friends of ? 1 ai B r o ,h At thc Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Association. Manuel Joseloff i s there to give you his undivided attention. BACK THE ATTACK-buv bonds through B'nai B'rith—see ; hnnH U f u ta L np ls ust d on 'hat hond, ask that it be used, that B'nai B'rith. through surK will send another Krlt ^ BACK THE ATTACK ^ to Help Pay for War Bond Public spirited citizens ar^ on y buymg War Bonds bSI ; helping to defray the cmt "* vertising m all lSl^ |to bring the message 212 person in the community n* i contributors receive no 5* for such contributions, but h* doing they are helping the T„5 War Loan and using this ml^ BACK THE ATTACK & hind such contributor and ^ will find that he has part" u 2 to the full extent of h" S m the purchase of War BondT Help carry the cost of PL' ads. Call Jake F, It at the Y? & W. H. A. of Miami RJ 1 58-2241, for the fulliTcoffl tion it is possible to give rf. receive. Call the B'nai &S office 3-6391. where every iT %  itv is at your disposal Dnl wait to be tapped on the shwH er; volunteer to serve mvZ] lv: offer to help pay'fjg' tising; place your order for ti Bonds. BACK THE ATTACK, every way you can. Blood Donors Blood donors who recently v-' unteered to provide blood pS ma for the Dade County Blood Bank, are asked to hold traselves in readiness to appears: a designated place Evenvolunteer will be contacted More volunteers a'e necessrr The need is always here but not so with volunteers, so put ngr name on the list now. Miami Beach "Y" Pkaic So many members of the I'M & W. H. A. of Miami Bfdrn members of B'nai B'ntfcfliflto item properly comes wiaihe scope of this column. In order that the Miamtah Jewish community may I ize itself with the infant 5lum Beach "Y" an invitation has beta extended to a picnic to be heal Sunday. September 19th. %  til a. m. at the M: ami Beach "Y" building. 1 Lincoln Drive. at Collins Avenue, and the Ocean. Bring your picnic basket, bathint suit and family, thc invitation reads. Cold drinks will be on the house. IfYouHarJMYJOB K EEPING HOUSE, helping take care of the family—you would realize that business girls are not the only onea who sometimes get Headache and Tired Aching Muscles. We home girls often work just as hard and have just as many Headaches, just aa many Stomach Upsets and get just as Tired. About a year ago, I first used ALKA-SELTZER I find that it eases my Aching Head, takes the kinks out of Tired, Aching Muscles and brings relief when I have Acid Indigestion. The family aays I am a lot easier to live with since I have known about Alka-Seltzer. *Have you tried ALKA-SELTZER? If not, why don't you get a package today? Large package 60<, Small package 30#, also by the glass at Soda Fountains. DRINK PLENTY OF Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME a Gallon BOTTLE 6 0c CSE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES j $ c Pirn Battle Deposit • PHONE 2 4128 The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. 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wJemsti Florid tin CTORY QSEESSi. Tlhe Jfewisih Vmaty VOLUME 16—No. 38 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1943 PRICE TEN CENTS NEW MEMBERS NAZIS ARREST HEAD OF FRENCH JEWISH BODY The Y. M. H. A. membership drive started last Sunday night at a "kick-off" meeting at the Y auditorium. A small attendance was caused by inclement weather. The meeting was opened by Leo Ackerman, president of the "Y" who outlined the purpose of the drive. Addressing the gathering were: Bernard Sterling, chairman of the membership drive; George Wolpert, chairman of the publicity committee for the membership drive; George Chertkof, chairman of the board of directors; Milton A. Friedman, past president of the "Y", and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Sgt. Bela Urban rendered several violin selections accompanied by his wife, Virginia Urban. A great deal of friendly competition and rivalry in the "Y" drive is attributed to the interent in the Y that all the workers have been showing. George Wolpert will award a silver loving cup to'the person obtaining the highest number of individual members. The results at this time show a very keen competition. The drive will end Wednesday, September 22. Geneva (JTA)—Raoul Lambert, Jewish leader and president of the central Jewish organization of French Jews permitted to exist under the Vichy regime, was arrested by German occupation authorities in Marseilles with his family, it was learned here. Andre Baur, vice-president of the same organization, was also arrested. More than 10,000 Jewish children are wandering through all parts of France as a result of the mass arrests and deportations of their parents. It is feared that these children will soon be rounded up by German occupation authorities and interned in a camp. Local Jewish relief groups in France are doing what they can to save the children, but without the aid of international organizations there is little likelihood that the youngsters will be saved. IDC ESTABLISH RELIEF OFFICE IN MIDDLE EAST OF ZOR RT MEETING Columbus, Ohio (JTA)—Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the Jewish National Fund of America for the past 10 years, was unaniSURRENDER OF ITALY AIDS HUNGARIAN JEWS Stockholm (JTA)—Italy's unconditional surrender to the Allies will have repercussions not only in the Balkan countries, but also in Hungary and will affect the position of the Jews there, it is predicted in the Swedish press, which emphasizes that Hungary now has the largest Jewish population in Central Europe. The Goeteborg Handels-och Sjofarts-Tidning. a Swedish liberal newspaper, takes the occasion to again warn against the systematic attempts which are now being made by Hungarian propaganda to present the position of Jews in other parts of Europe. NAZI ATROCITIES IS Moscow (JTA)—A "Black Book" describing Nazi atrocities against Jews in occupied Lithuania was published here this week. The facts, compiled by A. Serkin, contain horrible details of the Nazi mass-extermination of Jews in Kaunas, Vilkomir and other Lithuanian cities. The book also has a section describing the activities of Jewish guerilla fighters in occupied Lithuania. The correspondent of the Jewish Telegraph Agency today visited a hospital in which were a number of Lithuanian Jews who were wounded at the front while fighting with the Russian army. Itzik Shafirus, one of the wounded, pointed out that all six members of his family, former residents of Kaunas, are now fighting in the Russian ranks and that one of his brothers had killed 103 Germans in a machine-gun fight. "You will find many Jewish families from Lithuania all fighting together against the Germans." he said. DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN mously elected president of the Zionist Organization of America at the afternoon session of the 36th national convention of the ZOA, which met here with more than 1.000 delegates in attend ance. He succeeds Judge Louis E. Levinthal who served as ZOA president for the past two years. In honor of Dr. Goldstein's election a check for $500,000 was presented to him on behalf of the Jerusalem (JTA)—The ground work has been laid for intensified activities by the Joint Distribution Committee in the Middle East, including the relief and transportation of refugees and the sending of additional parcels to Polish-Jewish refugees in Russia, it was disclosed here by Dr. Joseph Schwartz, European director of the JDC, who is leaving for North Africa, from where he will go to JDC headquarters in Lisbon. In an interview with a Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent Dr. Schwartz reported that the JDC is planning to establish a permanent representation in the Middle East to deal with general relief problems and to secure first-hand information concerning the Jewish communities of occupied Europe. AID FOR JEWS IN JEWS' QUESTIONS NAZIS USED POISON GAS IN WARSAW WAR New York (WNS)—The German soldiers who battled the Jews in the Warsaw ghetto at the time of its liquidation used, tanks, flame throwers, machine guns and poison gas to break the Jewish resistance. HIAS COMES TO AID OF REFUGEES IN SPAIN New York (WNS)—The telegraphic remittance this week of $25,000 by the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigration Aid Society to the HIAS-ICA Emigration Association in Lisbon will facilitate the transportation too South America of many Jewish refugees now in Portugal and Spain, it was declared here this week by Isaac L. Asofsky, HIAS executive director. The money was cabled in response to an urgent request by Dr. James Bernstein who js in charge of the "Rescue Through Emigration" work in the Portuguese capital. The amount remitted will speed the departure of Jewish refugees from whom immigration visas to South American countries had already been obtained. (CONTINUED ON PACE 3) JEWS DENY CHARGES RECRUITI NG IS ILLEGAL Jerusalem (JTA)—The question of whether it is lawful for the Jewish Agency to supervise the recruitment of Jewish volunteers in Palestine for the British armed forces was again raised this week at the military tribunal which is conducting the "Arms Trial." This time the question was raised by Dr. Philip Joseph, the counsel for the defense. While examining Golda Meirson. one of the leaders of the Histadruth. the Jewish lawyer referred to the statement made yesterday bv the president of the court, in which he questioned the legality of the Jewish Agency's recruiting activities. Zurich (JTA)—A new Commissariat for Jewish Questions has been created within the Rumania Labor Secretariat, under a new law issued by the Ministry of Health. Labor and Public Welfare, the official German news agency. DNB, reported this week. The new commissariat. DNB says, will supervise the organization of Jewish forced labor, reduce the number of Jews in the professions and will supervise all Jewish centers and organizations for emigration. Hitherto, the last two functions were performed by the government Delegate for Settlement of the Jewish Question. The Bucharest radio this week announced that under a new amendment to the "Rumanization" Law severe punishment will be meted out to violators of the regulation. It also quotes an article in the anti-Semitic Iron Guard newspaper, Perunca Vremi, attacking Dr. William Filderman, Jewish leader, who was recently allowed to return to Bucharest from Transnistria. THE ALLIES Cairo (JTA)—The question of arranging immediate assistance by the Joint Distribution Committee for 20.000 Jewish refugees from Nazi-held territories who have been interned in Italy since the outbreak of the war will be taken up with the Allied authorities at their headquarters in Algeria. Dr. Joseph Schwartz. European director of the J. D. C, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency this week. Dr. Schwartz said he is proceeding at once to Algeria to approach the representatives of the United Nations with regard to the best and most effective ways to deal not only with the situation of the Jewish refugees in Italy, but also with the special needs of the Italian Jewish population. He will also seek permission for a J. D. C. representative to be admitted into Italy in order to study the Jewish relief situation there and undertake necessary measures to cope with the special Jewish relief problems. While the immediate question of feeding Italy's pouplation is expected to be handled by the military authorities through the AMG. there is wide-range activity in the liberated territory which could best be discharged by private agencies, Dr. Schwartz believes. NAZI CHILD MURDERER TURNS GUN ON SELF MAURICE GROSSMAN Executive Director, Y. M. H. A. Berne (WNS)—Heinrich Kurt, warden of the Lodz prison who once boasted that he had killed more than a thousand Jews with his own hands, has committed suicide, it was reported here this week. Kurt, the most feared and most hated Nazi jailer, once said that his favorite sport is to sit in a chair near an open window and to shoot Jewish children who happen to pass by. TOSCANINI CONDUCTS NBC SYMPHONY HOUR On Sunday, September 19. the General Motors Symphony of the Air Program, featuring the NBC Symphony, wiii be conducted by Maestro Arturo Toscanini. This will be the fourth in a series of special Toscanini concerts arranged by NBC for the U. S. Treasury Department to further the sale of War Bonds and Stamps. For his appearance on this date, Toscanini has selected an all-Bizet program. JEWS MEET DEMAND OF ARMY FOR CHAPLAINS New York (WNS)—Jews are among the four denominations which on a month to month basis are either slightly ahead or are keeping pace with the procurement schedule for army chaplains, according to chief chaplain. ORDER OF PRESIDENT AIDS NATURALIZATION New York (WNS)—A presidential order empowering the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization to grant exceptions, under certain circumstances, from enemy alien regulations for naturalization purposes, is expected to speed naturalization proceedings by three to six weeks, it was announced here last week by the National Refugee Service. The president's order excepts from the classification "enemy aliens" all persons "whom the Attorney General, the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization Service shall, after investigation fully establishing their loyalty, certify as persons loyal to the United States." This order eliminates the need, formerly incumbent upon the Commissioner and District Directors of Immigration and Naturalization, of submitting applications to the Attorney General. NAZIS LEFT NO JEWS IN KHARKO V ON LEAVING Moscow (JTA)—The Nazis made Kharkov "completely judenrein" prior to their retreat from the capital of the Ukraine, it was reported here today by Chaim Kazhdan. commander of a Red Army tank battalion who was among the first Russian soldiers to enter the city. The Jewish commander stated that he took special interest in establishing whether any Jews remained alive in the vicinity of Kharkov. Captain Kazhdan related that hundreds of Jews succeeded in escaping from Kharkov during the Nazi occupation and in joining the Russian forces by walking days and nights through the woods. These Jews brought valuable information to the Russian army, he added. NAZIS REVIVE RACIAL LAWS IN ROME, ITALY Berne (WNS)—The revival of the anti-Jewish laws by the Nazis upon their capture of Rome has driven many Jews to find shelter at the Vatican, it was disclosed here this week. Among the 200 Jews who are reported housed at the Vatican are many communal leaders. GEORGE WOLPERT Chairman Publicity Committee Y. M. H. A. Drive



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PAGE FOUR Jew 1st) ncrkUa/n FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1943 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES FRED K. SHOCHET, Ma naging Editor 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, FLA., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1943 the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under ELLUL 17, 5703 the Act of March 3, 1879 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 38 I. E. A. ONCE MORE As we go to press another attempt is being made to revive and put into operation the now oft-tried and failed Jewish Education Association. There are some that will question the foregoing statement. Their assumption in our opinion would be that the J. E. A. is not being revived but that further plans are in the process of effecting a successful Jewish Education Program for this community. Call it what you may, we point a finger of caution at the leaders of J. E. A. They are not profiting by their mistakes of the past. Experience is a dear teacher and the trials and tribulations resulting in the downfall of the J. E. A. and this group under other names should be a guiding lesson for future action. Conferences were held in New York. Directors were investigated and interviewed and possibly by the time this publication is in the hands of its readers the handful of adherents of a shell of a Jewish Education Association will have adopted a motion hiring a director and having him on his way to our city. Have these gentlemen solved the problem in the Southwest'•' Have they the answers to the questions of the Miami Beach organizations that wilf secure their cooperation and their joining this program? Have they a sound financial budget that is not problematical but factual? Have they a program that has been accepted and approved by the constituent bodies? Do constituents exist to this organization that has not lived up to its agreements with these members? Is there a J. E. A.? We clearly see that once more will the hit and miss method be put into operation. Community funds will once again be risked. A professional director—that is sorely needed and definitely a necessity where there is something to direct—will be brought here with an education association but the figment of imagination emanating from a left-over embryonic skeleton of former attempts. Miami has grown. It is not the infant so many believe it still to be. Just any old plan will not have the support nor can it be pressured into the laps of any synagogue or temple. This, our leaders have failed to realize. They discussed with the National head of the Education Association his coming here for. a survey of our community. What is the best plan for this area? What must be done to fill and meet educational needs of this community? What structure must the form of this organization be in its beginning 0 What plan will satisfy and secure the cooperation of existing agencies? What set-up will eliminate and do away with the objections of previous attempts? These and many more are the questions that the leaders of Jewish Education here must ask themselves. A satisfactory answer must be reached before we attempt to span a bridge that previous jumps have failed to cross. This survey must be made! Fully cognizant are we—and we lay ourselves wide open with this statement—of the deplorable state and lack of a satisfactory education program in our community. We have supported and are in favor of a unified education program. Once again we must cry out and reiterate previous editorializing. A successful Jewish Education Association must be carefully planned. The organizational work must be accomplished before a director is secured. The stamp of approval which brings with it participation must be obtained from the community and the majority of existing agencies now serving this endeavor. The scope of this endeavor under an association must be clearly outlined and its limitations definitely defined. Better that they be conservative and limited in a program at the outset and be successful than all encompassing and doomed to failure. With these items on a completed agenda then will this community have as an integral part a serviceable supported and satisfying Jewish Education Program. HOME HOSPITALITY As this season of the year rolls around the hospitality group of the Jewish Welfare Board local Army and Navy Committee finds itself exerting every effort in extending hospitality to those in service that find themselves in our community at this time. Home hospitality means much to those who are away from home and especially at the High Holy Days. Normal living as compared to their present mode is a vast comparison and for the majority a radical and revolutionary charge. This touch of home away from home, this opportunity to spend the Holidays in a Jewish atmosphere and environment is one of the strongest of morale providers. It instills courage and provides a brief period of relaxation and home surroundings that fill the individual with the feeling of getting back to the job and finishing it so that once more they can return to normal. Many families, when asked last year to extend the hospitality of their home on this occasion graciously did so. In many instances there was disappointment because of last minute Military Orders. Control of these factors are beyond the efforts of any group and our residents must realize these are war times and there are war time regulations. Past experiences of this nature must be overlooked and every effort extended to provide hospitality for as many of those in service as possible. Do your part—call the J. W. B. today, 9-1323, and avail yourself of an opportunity to serve the home front. -TIDBITS FROM AAA&CH IS", jANV'OTHERfcVEAQ ONLV K PEW cewrs MARCH 15, 194* Muctfy eottfcdetdicd By PHINEAS J. BIRON ______ LISTEN HERE .... Aftermath of the American Jewish Conference: There's a possibility of the Conference reconvening within the next few months, probably in the city of Chicago Clamor will not die as to why the Conference didn't take up the problems of anti-Semitism in this country You may not have known it, incidentally, but there was a strong group which wanted the Conference completely dissolved after this first conclave Queen Wilhelmina of The Netherlands, who celebrated her birthday very quietly in exile a couple of weeks ago, hopes to mark the occasion in her traditional manner next summer The traditional manner includes, in addition to any number of official receptions and other functions, a personal visit by Her Majesty to the Joden Breetstraat (Main Street of the Jews) and other parts of the American Jewish quarter. YOU SHOULD KNOW .... Did you know that Otto Lilienthal, the German Jewish glider pilot of the nineteenth century, had also designed a regular motor-driven airplane, but was killed in a glider crash the day before he was to have made his first flight in that plane? This is just one of the innumerable facts on flying you can find in Milton Figen's "Pocket Aviation Quiz Book," which will help you keep up with the news from the world's flying fields And did you know that the late Leon S. Moisseff, the famous bridge-builder, worked his way through the Columbia School of Mines by writing articles for the Yiddish press, and in the course of this work introduced to the Yiddish-reading masses the writings of Walt Whitman and Henriz Ibsen? READERS' GUIDE .... A most moving war document appeared in the September issue of Nailebn ... It is the last letter of Private Sidney Rabinowitz, who at the age of 21, died in action in the North African campaign on April 29th last ... He wrote: "This is my last letter to you ... I am keeping it in my pocket, and if I should be killed I hope somebody will mail it to you ... I'll die not as a hero but as an ordinary young man who did all he could to help overcome the forces of evil" Capt. Louis M. Smith found the letter firmly grasped in the hands of the dead soldier, and sent it on to his parents Recommended is a very much worth-while article by Emil Ludwig, in the current issue of The Answer Just out and already one of the new season's best-sellers is Shalom Asch's "The Apostle" Asch has three sons on active service with the U. S. Army, by the way, and all his grandchildren are living in his home for the duration. HITPARADE .... Orchids to the Daily Mirror's Weatherly for the twin cmtoons entitled "What a Change at Brenner Pass," just published a few days before Italy's total collapse "1942Hit and Muss" was the caption under the first picture, showing the two fuehrers shaking hands in the shadow of the great railroad bridge And the second drawing, showing the bridge blasted to bits by Allied bombs, bore the title "1943 —Hit and Mussed" Nine years ago Werner Janssen, the distinguished American conductor, was kicked out of Berlin. because, as guest conductor of the Berlin Harmonic Orchestra, he insisted on keeping Felix Mendelssohn's Third Symphony on his program Today this baton-swinger is doing his bit to kick Adolf out of Berlin—by working on the swing shift in a West Coast aircraft plant. MARTIAL MUSIC .... The Navy's Artie Shaw is seeing plenty of the Pacific war theatre these days, and confesses that this business ot chaperoning a band of service men in a battle zone has 18 worries The biggest of these is the question of how to provide safety for the band instruments in the event of a Jap attack ... At Guadalcanal Chief Petty Officer Shaw had his men dig foxholes for their brasses The musical endj0' Moss Hart's Army Air Corps show is being handled by Sergeant Dave Rose, while the construction and operation of the five revolving stages to be used in the show is being supervised by the creator of that mechanism. Corporal Harry Horner Harry Hershfield recently received a letter from his old pal, Al Jolson, telling him that now "I do not smoke on Saturday, and am eating greebeness" ... It didn't take long for Harry to realize that Al had been writing from Eretz Israel. ABOUT PEOPLE .... A very quiet celebration was that marking Max M* hard's seventieth birthday last week The professor deep in work on his next Broadway production, a Reinhar version of Offenbach's opera "La Belle Helene" • • • By ") time you read this the appointment of Dr. Herman Baruc brother of Bernard M., as the American envoy to Portugal may be an accomplished fact Which reminds us to J* port that Bernard Baruch's recent "disappearance" from in Capital scene was due not to his illness but to the illneSS e the nurse who is his constant companion, and whom rushed to a New York hospital One man who hopes tn the house where he was born will be blasted to bits is n lywood's Fritz Feld That house stands next door to to ler's chancellery Among the casualties on the Coaq l a sional Limited from Washington on Labor Day was A Rosen, one of our most gifted public relations workers, w is connected with the Textbook Commission of The Pr ,e ant Ann is in a critical condition at this writing