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

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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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16No. 47
Miami Beach 'Y' to Hold
Members Drive Nov. 21
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
Thc membership committee,
W1 I, Nat H. Hankoff as chairman,
V1;, start its one day membe^-
',,.., drive for the Y. M & W. H.
f\ f Miami Beach, witha> break-
, for the committee at the "Y
fi; i One Lincoln Road.
8 Beach, Sunday. November
" 'st'2v C. Myers, honorary
JSSS of the Greater Miami
Kish Federation, will address
I committee of workers at the
. \kfast after which the com-
H& and women will start
. mtensive campaign by visit-
5g the homes of Jewish families
g? the purpose of 9*g*J&m
,emben of the Beach Y.
The breakfast is scheduled to
I,, h.-ld aflO a. m.. at which time
the committee of workers will re-
final instructions. The
nittee at present consists of
hr following men and women.
u, to the time the committee
goes out into the field, workers
will be added:
Jacob Luria, Dorothy Boren-
, Mrs. Moses Krieger, Joseph
Gardner, Chester W. Prone. Stan-
ley Kurp. Hadassah Land Celia
i urig, Dr. J. A. Tucker. Benja-
.. Bronston. Sol Goldstrom. I.
Louis Seligman. Maxwell Hyman,
H L Rothberg. Carl Weinkle.
D, Louil G. Lytton. A. J. Dwor-
skv Abraham Booxbaum. Mrs.
A "Mass, S. A. Goodman. Max
Leider, J. M. Seidenberg John
B. Grose, Joseph Burakoff. E. b.
SWISS TO RELEASE
INTERNED JEWS
Bass, C. L Kimmel, Samuel W.
Shapiro, E. Marx, Edward Herr.
Jack P. Marash, executive di-
rector of the Beach "Y" and Nat
H. Hankoff, chairman of the
membership committee, have, in
the intervening weeks since plans
for the membership drive were
first promulgated, circularized
men and women of the Jewish
community giving a summary of
the facilities of the "Y," its activ-
ities and its plans.
During the past week an-
nouncement was made of the ap-
pointment of Arthur S. Trow, as
athletic director for the Beach
"Y." A schedule of athletic ac-
tivities which will include in-
struction in swimming is now be-
ing prepared.
The executive director, officers
and board of directors of the
Beach "Y" are hopeful that the j
personnel of the membership
committee will be cordially re-1
ceived into the homes of the |
Jewish community and that the (
response to the appeal for the en-1
rollment of members will be |
spontaneous and generous. The
Beach "Y" has set a goal of one
thousand members which is only
a small percentage of the avail-
able and eligible Jewish families,
men and women, in the commun-
ity. With one thousand mem-
bers as a nucleus, it is felt that
the Beach "Y" could enlarge its
service and facilities for the ben-
efit of the entire community.
healTofconsistory
in france is arrested
Union Thanksgiving ser-
vices under the auspices
oi the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association.
will be held Thursday,
Nov. 25th. at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, from
11 to 12 A. M. All Rabbis
will participate.
The Thanksgiving ser-
mon will be delivered by
Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Zionist District To Open
Season with Rev. Evans
DUTCH JEWS ARE
BEING SHELTERED
N SWISS PEOPLE
Now York (JTA).A proposal
to grant freedom of movement
fugees from Italy and France
Dther Nazi-dominated coun-
who found temporary asy-
lum in Switzerland but are now
interned in special camps, has
: taken under advisement by
Swiss government.
report to this effect has
ed the Hias-Ica Emigration
A .nation office here from its
Headquarters in Lisbon, Portu-
gal which is maintaining constant
act with the Union of Swiss
ish Communities in its refu-
gee aid work. The union in-
ed the Hias-Ica Emigration
A eiation that the Swiss au-
ties would be prepared to
ise from the camps such ref-
- whose relatives or friends
in the western hemisphere would
furnish, through a recognized re-
lief agency or bank, a financial
guarantee for the respective refu-
maintenance for a period
oi sx months. The cost of liv-
ing would be estimated on the
of 250 Swiss francs per
th for each person.
The proposal also envisages
the release of refugees from la-
bor camps if they are above the
of 80 or those whose hcaltn
i dition necessitates such action.
STATE C. OF C. MEET
EXPECTS 200 MEMBERS
Between 200 and 300 members
of the Florida State Chamber of
merce are expected to attend
annual meeting at Miami
B( ich on Dec. 6, Charles L. Clem:
ents, president of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce
aid,
Mmbers will gather at the
Roney Plaza and Wofford hotels
tm the two-day session, which
will feature an address by Joseph
E Daviet, former United States
ador to Russia.
Gov, Spessard L. Holland has
accepted an invitation to address
the meeting.
Buy War Saving! Bonds.
Geneva (JTA).German au-
thorities in France have arrested
Jacques Heilbronner, president
of the Jewish Consistory, a re-
port reaching here this week
States. The arrest took place in
I Lyons. All efforts to obtain his
release were unsuccessful. His
present whereabouts are un-
known.
The report says that Jews are
'now being arrested en masse In
j Nice and its suburbs, and imme-
diately deported to an unknown
destination. To facilitate round-
ing up all the Jews in Nice, the
Gestapo is using stationery Ol
!the Jewish Community to in-
vite" Jews to come to the offices
'of the community 'where an mi-
i portant communication awaits
them." The unsuspecting Jews
are arrested as soon as they ap-
Ipecr and are deported without
wen being allowed to get in
touch with their family.
Geneva (JTA).An estimated
15.000 fugitive Dutch Jews are
being sheltered in homes of
Christians to prevent their depor-
tation from the country, accord-
ing to private advices received
here. The report states that the
Nazi police are combing the couh-
: try for the Jews and are severely
punishing persons in whose
1 homes they are found. It also
confirms that the Jewish council
of Amsterdam has been dissolved
I and all its members deported.
The N i e u w Rotterdamsche
Courant. a German newspaper
published in Rotterdam, reports
that damage by vandals to homes
formerly occupied by Jews in
Amsterdam has been so great
that the municipal council has
authorized the expenditure of
funds necessary to block windows
and doors. Stone taken from
anas bombed by the Nazis in
1940 when they invaded Holland
will be used.
The winter season of the Miami
Beach Zionist District will be
opened with a mass meeting at
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center on Tuesday eve-
ning, Nov. 23, at 8:30. The guest
speaker will be Dr. Richard E.
Evans, well-known orator and
authority on current world
events. Dr. Evans, in his ad-
dresses throughout the country,
is eloquently establishing the
Zionist movement as an Ameri-
can expression of the desirability
of giving the Jewish people the
opportunity to redeem them-
selves in the program of world
redemption.
Dr. Evans is a great exponent
of the democratic way of life and
has waged unremitting warfare
against Nazism and Fascism in
this country.
It was in 1936. when the Ger-
man-American Bund was ram-
pant in Milwaukee, that Dr.
Evans, for 10 years a Presby-
terian minister in that city, first
came into national prominence.
At that time the bund was try-
ing, with all the venomous power
at its command, to prevent the
formation of a Jewish War Vet-
erans post in Milwaukee. Dr.
Evans mobilized public opinion,
with the result that the bund
suffered a major defeat. In the
summer of 1940, he was one of
the first men to make a militant
anti-Nazi speech in Yorkville
under the auspices of the J.W.V..
whose cause he had championed
in Milwaukee and in Florida.
The sponsors of the lecture
hope that the general public will
welcome the opportunity to lis-
ten to a distinguished speaker
and will turn out in great num-
bers. Invitations have been ex-
tended to representatives of the
Conference of Christians and
Jews, as well as other interested
communal bodies.
The doors will be open at 7:30.
Admittance is free and there will
be no solicitation of funds.
The Zionist Cultural Forum
will not have a session this week-
end. Arrangements are being
made for repairing the quarters
formerly used by the Spinoza
Forum, at which place the future
sessions of the forum will be
held.
ARAB LEADER BACK
WEIZMANN APPEALS TO
BEN-GURION_TO STAY
Jerusalem .-Davidi Ben-
Gurion this week told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that h. IS
hie to make any statements
w"h regard to his -fe"gg
which is still pending. The a
e.?ine press this week reporfai that
Dr. Weizmann has sent a came
ifeASSSffS
I negotiations there._____
FLORIDA PRESS ASSN.
TO HAVE FALL MEETING
Rsell Kay, secretary, an-
Florida Press Association are be
i ing completed.
tion of officers will be h. Id.
Zurich^^rATlTh^
tests from ?">"**} ,eVOked an
srs SSI."** -
dio this week.
Jerusalem (JTA).An under-
standing between Arabs and
Jews in Palestine in order to
successfully conclude the talks
for Arab unity which are now
taking place in Cairo was urged
this week by the Arab leader Issa
Ehsaa, editor of the leading Arab
newspaper Falastin, who has just
returned from Cairo.
Mr. Elisaa said that the Egyp-
tian Premier Nahas Pasha, who
is one of the pillars of the pan-
Arab federation movement, had
told him that the Arabs in Pales-
tine must accept the presence of
the Jews in Palestine as an im-
portant factor. The Premier
Stipulated, however, that the
Jews An Palestine must agree to
consider themselves a minority
ad to partake as a direct party
in the discussions on the estab-
shment of a pan-Arab federa-
tion which are now being con-
ducted in Cairo.
CHAPLAIN ARYAH LEV
IS VISITOR TO MIAMI
Nationally known figures on
official government business pass-
ing through here this week in-
cluded Chaplain Aryah Lev from
the Chief of Chaplain's Office,
who is accompanying and serv:
ing as a military aide to Rabbi
Barnett Brickner. Traveling with
the express approval of the
President and the War Depart-
ment Rabbi Brickner is adminis-
trative chairman of the commit-
tee on Army-Navy religious ac-
tivities of the Jewish Welfare
Board, and will visit all Jewish
chaplains on every front. They ;
were guests at. dinner here of
Nathan Rothberg. local U. S. O.-
J. W. B. representative. Present
were the Jewish chaplains in this
area. \
PLANT TREES IN HONOR
OF KING OF DENMARK
London (JTA).A drive will
soon be launched here to raise
funds to plant a grove of trees
in Palestine in honor of King
Christian of Denmark as a trib-
ute from English Jewry to the
Danish monarch's resistance to
the Nazi persecution of the Jews,
it was announced this week.
Sponsors of the project include
the Danish Ambassador Count
Reventlow. the Marchioness of
Reading, Lord Melchett. Chief
Rabbi Hertz, Simon Marks, Dr.
Chaim Weizmann and Selig Bro-
detsky.
Ill [TILT EOED BY
SWEDISH CITIZENS
I. N. F. PROPERTY IS
TAKEN OVERLY NAZIS
Geneva (JTA).The Berlin ra-
dio this week announced the con-
fiscation of all property owned
by the Jewish National Fund in
Bohemia and Moravia. It also
quotel the Nazi newspaper Pari-
ser Zeitung as reporting that the
German authorities in Pans are
determined to make the city ju-
denrein" within the next six
weeks.
Stockholm (JTA). Details of
the German terror against the
Jews of Rome are published in
the Swedish press this week, re-
vealing that most of the Jews in
the Italian capital, including
women and children, have been
arrested by Gestapo units and de-
ported to an unknown destina-
tion.
Based on reports by Swedish
citizens who have just reached
I Stockholm from Rome, the news-
papers confirm that the German
authorities last month imposed a
collective fine of 50 kilograms of
gold on the Jewish community
of Rome and that Pope Pius per-
sonally contributed 12 kilograms
of gold to meet the fine which
was demanded as ransom for
prominent Jews seized by the
Nazis.
Although it was assumed that
by paying the ransom, the Jews
in Rome would be spared, fur-
ther persecutions, mass raids on
Jews soon followed. Thousands
of them were taken from their
homes and transported in Ges-
tapo trucks to deportation cen-
ters. The Italian population is
highly indignant over the Ger-
i man terror, but is helpless to in-
1 tervene. the arriving Swede said.

Tel Aviv (JTA).Anxious to
have as many Jewish sold.ers as
nossible in the ranks of the mili-
urv forces which will be the first
"enter the liberated countries
Europe, the Jewish Nationals
Council held a mass meeting here
at which Jews in Palestine were
uld that it is their national duty
o intensify voluntary enlistment
for the Jewish units now fighting
on the Italian front.
The Jewish fighters. Isaac
Ben-Zvi. president of the coun-
cil said, "will be the first to
break down the ghetto walls in
Furooean lands and to liberate
fhe remnants of the Jews there.
IEWS ARE HINDERING
GERMAN PROPAGANDA
Zurich (JTA). Pointing out
that there are about 1.000,000
Jews residing in Hungary at pres-
ent, Dr. Stephen Antal, the Hun-
garian Minister of Information,
declared this week that they con-
stitute an obstacle to government
propaganda in the country, the
German news agency DNB re-
ported. ,
The attitude of the Jews in
Hungary toward the war is well
known," the Hungarian minister
is quoted as saying, "and this at-
titude makes effective propa-
ganda difficult."
GERMANS SLAUGHTER
ALL IEWS IN BELGRADE
Cairi (JTA).A commander of
the Yugoslav partisans who ar-
rived here this week, reveals that
the Germans have slaughtered
the entire Jewish population of
the large city of Belgrade, the
Yugoslav capital. Before the
' war there were more than 10.000
Jews in Belgrade.
BERLIN ARABS OBSERVE
NAZI "BALFOUR" DAY
Zurich (JTA). Balfour Day
was marked in Berlin at a protest
meeitng arranged by pro-Nazi
Arabs, the official German news
agency. DNB, reports this week.
DNB says the meeting was held
in the "Central Islamic Institute"
and was addressed by the ex-
Mufti of Jerusalem and Rashid
Ali el Galani, pro-Nazi premier
of Iraq before he was driven
from the country by British
troops.
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ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
NATIONAL COUNCIL
second lecture of the
series, sponsored by the
HADASSAH
Miami Chapter of Hadassah
has launched a campaign to sell
War Bonds to pay for one or more
field ambulances. The amount
of Series E bonds needed for each
ambulance is $2,375.00.
The campaign started Nov. 8
and will continue until Dec. 31,
1943. To receive proper credit,
bonds should be purchased at
either Dade Federal Savings &
Loan Association, 45 N. E. First
Avenue. Miami or Miami Beach
Federal Savings & Loan Associa-
tion, Lincoln Road and Washing-
ton Avenue, Miami Beach.
Please mention Hadassah.
Checks should be made payable
to these banks.
Hadassah War Bond Day with
Hadassah members at special
booths will be on Friday. Nov.
19, at Cowen's shoe store in the
duPont building, Flagler Street.
Miami and at Liggett's drug
store, Lincoln Road and Wash-
ington Avenue, Miami Beach.
The National Hadassah has
sold $25,000,000 of War Bonds.
Active in the local bond drive
are Mrs. Joseph Williamson, Mrs. :
William Malamut. Mrs. Gertrude
Greenberg and Mrs. Charles
Block.
The Versailles Hotel has al-
ready turned over a substantial
sale of bonds to the Hadassah or-
ganization.
ORTHODOX CONG.
The sisterhood of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will sponsor a card and bingo
party at the YMHA, 1567 S. W.
Fifth Street, Monday evening,
Nov. 22. at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. M. Mandel is chairman of
the affair, assisted by Mrs. Jo-
seph Rackovsky. Their commit-
tee includes Mrs. S. Jacobson,
Mrs. R. Sakowitz. Mrs. H. Pearl
and Mrs. M. Green.
An elaborate and cultural pro-
gram featured the installation of
the Sisterhood last Sunday
evening. Welcomed by Mrs. Leon
Kaplan, president of the organi-
zation, the audience heard ad-
dresses by Mrs Benjamin Sherry
of Chicago, who for 22 years has
been secretary of the old-age
home there, and Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky, spiritual leader. Mrs.
Leon Kaplan installed the of-
ficers in a candlelight ceremony
and Mrs. Joe Zalis, incoming
president, responded. Mrs. Isi-
dor Cohen, pioneer Miamian,
made a brief address. Mrs. A. I.
Orlansky presented a gift on be-
half of the sisterhood to Mrs. M.
Mandel. retired head. A musical
program included selections by
A. Drucker. Miss M. MaQuaw.
Mr. M. Beloff and Rabbi Rackov- |
sky.
The
Forum ^
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, Miami section, for the bene-
' fit of the Council Scholarship
: Fund, will take place Friday,
! Nov. 19. 1943. at 1:45 p. m. at
I the YM&WHA. 1 Lincoln Road.
i Miami Beach
Post-war problems with spe-
cial emphasis on the position of
the Jew in the post-war world is
the theme for these Forums. At
this Friday's meeting the speaker
will be the Rev. Joseph Barth,
: who will discuss "Problems of
I Transition Period."
The Rev. Mr. Barth and Mrs.
Herbert Schwarz, Forum chair-
man, may be heard in an inter-
view on Station WQAM Thurs-
day morning at 10:30. The broad-
cast has been arranged by Mrs.
Alaine Powell who edits "Wo-
man's Page of the Air," feature
of this station.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBERS ^
MIZRACHI
B. 6, P. HADASSAH
PIONEER WOMEN___
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation of Greater Miami. Chapter
No 1. held its meeting at Beth
David Talmud Torah at which
time the election of officers took
place The following were elect-
ed: President. Mrs. I. Rosengar-
ten; vice president, Mrs. Lena
Minses; financial secretary. Mrs.
I. Shapoff; corresponding secre-
tary and treasurer. Mrs. D. Fried-
man. The committee chairmen
appointed were: Corresponding
secretary and chairman of the
national fund. Mrs. Henry Seit-
hn; co-chairmen of the national
tund, Mrs. N. Shepsenwohl of Mi-
ami and Mrs. Kaplan of Miami
Beach; child rescue fund. Mrs. I.
Rosengarten; cultural. Mrs. D.
Friedman; publicity. Mrs. Max
Shapiro; sunshine. Mrs. N. Ratz-
ker; membership, Mrs. J. Silvus
assisted by Mrs. Henry Seitlm
and Mrs I. Rosengarten Board
of directors: Mrs. Pearl Redman.
Mrs. S. Levitt, Mrs. E. Gordon.
Mrs I. Dorf and Mrs. S Levin
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS
The educational meeting of the
B. & P. of Hadassah will be held
Monday evening. Nov. 22, at 8:30
at the Beach YMHA, 1 Lincoln
Road. Mrs. Edward I. Lovitz^
who has just returned from the
National Hadassah convention
recently held in New York, will
be the guest speaker. Mrs. Lo-
vitz. present president of the
Senior Hadassah, will discuss
important information and true
facts >>f the present and post-war
problems facing world Jewry.
The public is cordially invited.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
The Mizrachi of Miami met
with great success at its meeting.
with a large number of guests
, and visitors present A program
of activities was worked out for
! the coming season. The first
event is a Melaveh-Malkeh to be
held Dec. 5 at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W.
17th Avenue, Miami. A commit-
tee was appointed headed by Mr.
L. Lazar and Mrs. R. Sakowitz.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky ad-
i dressed the gathing about the
JBalfour Declaration and the
; White Paper, in connection with
i the tragic situation of European
Jewry, and expressed his most
vehement protest against the
White Paper and its execution.
BETH DAVID
Beth David Sisterhood's annual
food sale, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Samuel Traurig, will
take place all day Wednesday,
Nov. 24, at the Globe shoe store,
30 N. E. First Street. Only home-
baked pastries will be sold. Mem-
bers and friends are asked to pur-
chase their cakes, cookies and
pies on that day for the Thanks-
giving holiday.
beto^olom'cStK
Sholom Center Vi Vat ^th
Alexander Miller, iocafrt/'
representative, wasth D' L-
speaker, the congregation^?
mentation of a .:
ZS TP Chai
r men i bln'sPke
senting a beaut.ful'col? '" Pr-
Rabbi S. M. Mach,;, *^h *>
P*8*.8? ,l_e. Presentation of
r<
man. Mr. Charles S T,,h hair-
"n- spoke
signed to assume the dinW F"
of Mt. Nebo CemeU.,?lrcSrsh'P
bin expressed the Iff, e To"
the members and |f Ctl0n '
Rabbi Machtei's in V's'Tft
Sholom will continue. Beth
DENVER CHILDsloS
atAtraVaMniw^AeSA;7^
Road on Monday, foc-v 22 ,?,
P m., for the benefit % ,u
Greater Miam. Cha, n J"
National Home for Jewish ru?
dren at Denver. ChlU
! An installation of the new BBG
chapter called the ALS was held
last Saturay night at Charlotte
Blumberg's home. 1285 S. W. 19th
Terrace.
A pot-luck supper to which
every one contributed was held.
Sixteen out of 27 members and
their three advisers. Mrs. Alex
Cohen, Mrs. Milton Friedman
land Mrs. Nat Blumberg. were
present.
Mr. Milton Friedman, president
!of AZA boys, installed the fol-
lowing of fleers President, Roset-
ta Kline; 1st vice president.
Thcda Elaine Lazarus; 2nd vice
president, Norma Schwartz; re-
cording secretary, Donna Seld-
m a n; corresponding secretary,
Toby Ritwe; treasurer, Charlotte
Blumberg. and historian. Bernice
Sidle.
After the installation a dance
was held.
Congregation Schaarei Zedek's
I Auxiliary will sponsor a card
I party this Sunday evening at 8
o'clock in the synagogue. 1545
S. W. Third Street. Hostesses
will be Mrs. Dave Kleber and
Mrs. S. Kostoff.
BETH JACOB
Beth Jacob's Sisterhood an-
nounces its coming membership
tea. Dec. 6, at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. 711
Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach.
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JEWISH WARVKTC-
The Jewish War Veteran's nf
Freda Markowitz Post N0 ni
will hold their regular meet hi
at Beth David Monday Zn$
Nov. 22 at 8 pm. Isidor Fe.den
state regional vice-commander'
will be present. The Ladies Aux-
iliary will also hold its meetine
They will discuss plans for ve*
erans hospitals, convalescent
service men. and victorv canteen
work. Minnie Kline, president
of the local chapter, has been ap-
pointed at national aide
Sylvia Sherman, Cell,, Lowe
and Betty Alpert will serve re-
freshments in the Thanksgiving
motiL
JEWISH CONGRESS
Friday Review, sponsored by
the Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress, will
meet next Friday, November 26,
at 2 p. m. at the YM&WHA. One
Lincoln Road. Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein will review Pierre Van
Paassen's latest book, "The For-
Jotten Ally," in celebration of
ewish Book Week.
B. B. AUXILIARY
BEACH B. B. GIRLS_
Last week the Miami Beach
Bnai B'nth girls met to discuss
the distribution of Chanuka bas-
kets and a Chanuka dance as part
of their activities. Tuesday eve-
ning the girls were addressed by
Dr Arthur Brandt on current
eve n t s at a meeting at the
YM&WHA of Miami Beach. The
meeting was followed by a social
joined in by the AZA. '
Unanimously nominated t o
serve as officers of the Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'nth Auxiliary at
recent meeting wit<: President,
Mrs S. B. Miller; 1st vice presi- !
dent. Mrs. Milton Friedman; 2nd
vice president, Mrs. Gary Glatt'
corresponding secretary, Mrs. m! !
G e r s t e i n; recording secretary,
Mrs. Max Borenstein; financial
secretary. Mrs. W. M. Bergman;
treasurer. Mrs. A. Edelman. and
monitor. Mrs. Sam Silver.
There were 13 directors nomi-
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at next meeting.
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The normal instinct of the average man is to protect him-
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Man provides protective measures to "cushion" the shock.
Most of the things you insure against never happen. Your
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fire, is involved in no accident that results in a damage suit. You
suffer no physical mishap to make you a claimant under the ac-
cident policy, nor do you, for the most part, have to use your
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
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Mrs Morris Brenin and chil-
,,.-,. Alice and Barnett. of
umoklyn are visiting her sister-
5 Mrs. Celia Segal. 496 ft
S W. 18th Road. They will spend
the winter here.
Mr and Mrs. Harry Hacker of
410 N W. 18th Avenue partici-
oated in a family reunion when
their daughter. Lt. Roslyn Hack-
er H D., of the San Antonio
Aviation Cadet Center flew in to
meet her brother, Cpl. Morton
Hacker of the Rangers while he
was stationed near here. Lieu-
tenant Hacker will return to her
on Friday after spending a
week at home^_____
Mrs. Bessie Gerber of Harris-
burg, Pa., is visiting on Miami
\> ach and is a guest at the Mil-
burn Hotel. ______
Mr Sidney H. Palmer returned
to the city after spending ;i week
touring Georgia on a combined
business and pleasure trip.
Returning to this city after
ding three months with his
Iren in New York City. Mr.
Max Rappaport is residing at his
home at 1671 S. W. 15th Street,
Miami.
Mi. and Mrs. Alex Sussman
returned to Miami Beach
the season.
Mr. Jacob H. Morris has re-
turned after a northern vacation.
Mrs Jack Weinkle, Atlanta,
Ga, returned to her home Mon-
M,m Cup,'ndin|! some tim<' In
Miami. She was joined here tor
the weekend by her husband who
accompanied her home. They
visited with their son who is sta-
tioned at Key West with the
nayy- who also spent the week-
end here.
DENTAL SCHOOL GRADUATE
IS NOW FIRST LIEUTENANT
Alyin Frederick Gardner, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gardner,
formerly of Chicago.and now re-
siding in Miami Beach, received
his doctor of dental surgery de-
gree in a military graduation
trom Atlanta Southern Dental
i College. Wednesday. November
17th. His parents were present
at the ceremony.
He attended schools in Chicago
'nd was graduated from the Ida
M. Fisher Senior High School.
He received his associate of arts
BAR MITZVAH
Mrs. Eva Kovensky, 1530 S W
Seventh Street, returned to the
city this week after spending five
months in New York. While in
New York she attended the grad-
uation of her son, Ensign Ben
Kovensky. from the Naval Mid-
shipman s School at Columbia
University.
WEDDINGS
On Sunday afternoon, at the
Rex Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi
S. M. Machtei united in marriage
Mr. Samuel Rubenstein and Mrs.
Pearl Star, both of Miami Beach.
EM 2/c George Goldman, Opa
Locka. Fla., and Pittsburgh, Pa .
and Miss Bernice Goldman. Dan-
ville, 111., were wed Saturday
evening, Nov. 13. at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Unman. 1888
S. W. 12th Street. Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiated at the cere-
mony. Miss Anita Cohen was
maid of honor and Miss Mickey
Lou Heiman, flower girl.
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Miller, 1919 S. W. 17th Street, will
take place Saturday, Nov. 27, at
Congregation Schaarei Zedek at
services at 9 a. m. A reception
will follow.
~BRISM
Last Friday morning Rabbi
S. M. Machtei officiated at the
Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Spector, 1120 Tangier
Street, Coral Gables, at the Uni-
versity Hospital and at noon at
the Brith Milah of the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Goodman, 940
Eighth Street.
On Tuesday, Rabbi Machtei
officiated at the Brith Milah of
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Rosen, 1723 N. W. 43rd Street.
A. D. L. HEAD VISITS WITH
CITIES WITHIN THE STATE
Wednesday evening, Nov. 17,
Alexander F. Miller, Florida re-
gional director of the Anti-Defa-
mation League, spoke before the
B'nai B'rith lodge at Jacksonville
and the following night, Nov. 18,
before the lodge at Orlando. A
large attendance was present on
both occasions.
PAN AMERICAN HOUSE TO
BE OPERATED AT MIAMI U
A Pan-American house to be
operated in conjunction with the
University of Miami was pro-
posed recently by Frank L.
Stearns, executive secretary of
the Miami planning board.
Istanbul (WNS) The Nazis are
rounding up many Jews in Bul-
garia charging them with spread-
ing anti-German propaganda.
_ LT. AI.VIN GARDNER
degree from the University of
Florida. He is a member of the
Alpha Omega dental fraternity
and was Treasurer of his Sopho-
more class. He served as Treas-
urer of his Freshman class in den- j
tal college and was student coun- ,
cil representative in his Senior
year.
He has been commissioned a
first lieutenant in the United
States Dental Corps and reports
for indoctrination at Carlisle Bar-1
racks. Penna.. December 18th.
Prior to leaving for Pennsyl- j
vania, Lieutenant and Mrs. Gard-
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will visit their parents in Miami, j
Following six weeks of train-
ins he will report for active duty
at Dallas. Texas.
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This program will feature rep-
resentatives of various races and
needs who will outline the con-
tributions made by their groups
to the building ol this nation, and
at the same time give thanks that
all the freedoms are so firmly en-
trenched here. Isaac Levin will
participate in the program.
Mrs. Marie Blumberg of 45th
Street is spending several weeks
at Miami Beach.
Mrs. Max Sobel. 312 First St..
has returned from Chicago where
she spent the summer attending
art school.
Beth El Sisterhood met at the
home of their president. Mrs.
Ben Ryder, last week. Mrs. M.
Greenstein was co-hostess.
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Mrs. M. Mandel of New York,
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Palm Beach.
Sam Kapner has been promot-
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Texas, where he is stationed.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Shier have
returned from Worcester. Mass.,
to spend the winter here.
Mrs. Rose Schutzberger and
sister of New York are vacation-
in Palm Beach for the winter.
L. C. Cohen arrived here and
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Palm Beach.
Mrs. Herman Friedson, 194 Riv-
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of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1943
CHESHVAN 21, 5704
VOLUME 16 NUMBER 47
THE BEACH "Y"
A new institution on Miami Beach makes its first organized
bid for community support and participation with a one-day
membership campaign Sunday. The Y. M. & W. H. A., of
Miami Beach, has made considerable progress since its incep-
tion as a physical being.
The organization's program has not had sufficcient time to
mature into the comprehensive one it will need to fill the wants
and necessities of those it serves. The activities it has put into
service present evidence and suffice to show why the Beach "Y"
was organized.
The use of the present "Y" building on Miami Beach by
adults and children alike and by many of the other organiza-
tions show the need for coordinated direction and central plan-
ning, all of which will prove of benefit to the entire community.
The Beach Y. M. & W. H. A. leaders in their enthusiasm
must not forget that they are an integral part of the whole com-
munity. Their efforts must lie in a cooperative direction with
that of the community in which it will play an important and
feature role. ^
With that in mind we are sure the organization in its quest
for members and other support will meet with gracious recep-
tion by Miami Beach residents for which it serves a much
needed purpose and fills a void long felt by its residents.
RABBI BARNETT R. BRICKER
This week Rabbi Barnett R. Bricker passed through Miami
on his way overseas on a religious mission that will take him
to the far flung theatres of war operationsEngland, Iceland,
Egypt, India, Palestine and many other points where our fight-
ing forces are stationed. Rabbi Brickner's important trip has
the approval and sponsorship of the War Department. He will
speak with chaplains of all faiths. He will bring greetings to
Jewish fighting men wherever he meets them and will return
with their greetings to the folks at home.
Rabbi Brickner undertakes this assignment at the behest of
the Jewish Welfare Board's Committee on Army and Navy Re-
ligious Activities, representing Orthodox, Reformed and Con-
servative Jewry.
Rabbi Brickner's journey parallels similar missions carried
out in the recent past by Catholic and Protestant clergy, and is
an indication of the parity given to Jews with Catholics and
Protestants by the armed forces.
Rabbi Brickner is keenly aware of the responsibility of his
present mission. "I feel deeply honored to have been selected
for this important task." he declared recently. "I shall be happy
to undertake the responsibility of visiting our Jewish chaplains
and to bring to the Jewish men in service greetings and the good
wishes of the American Jewish religious community."
Rabbi Brickner, who has served as the president of the
Cleveland Bureau of Jewish Education, who was chairman of
the Social Justice Commission of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis and who has had much intimate contact with
men in service during his past two years as a member of the
Jewish Welfare Board's Religious Committee, is excellently
equipped for his present assignment. We wish him God speed.
"It is a real calamity when a national political campaign oc-
curs during the progress of a war. There is nothing, however,
we can do about that. There is one thing that we can do, how-
ever, and I hope and pray that it will be done. It is vital to the
thankfulness to his Maker. Not
on one day of thanksgiving On
every day of his life. The occas-
ions each day are too numerous
to list, but a few instances will
serve to illustrate.
Climbing from the unconscious-
J ness of sleep to a consciousness
of being and an awareness of
wakefulness, a return of the mas-
tery of spirit over the flesh,
still drowsy, in the in-between
state, the Jew recites, "Modeh
oni ."
"I give thanks unto Thee. O
King, who livest and endurest.
who hast mercifully restored my
soul unto me; great is Thy faith-
fulness."
The Jew's first utterance each
and every morning is an expres-
sion of thankfulness for his life
for this day. He arises, dresses,
washes andthanks God for his
instruction concerning cleanli-
ness"ol netillos yadayim."
Dressed there follows the
"Shacharith." the morning ser-
vice, replete with grateful utter-
ances, an awareness of man's
dependence upon God for all
man's deeds. After the morning
devotions, breakfast, "Hamotzie
lechem ..." The Jew thanks
God for his food. Having eaten
and his hunger sated"Bent-
schen," grace after meals.
Throughout the day there are
numerous opportunities for obe-
dience to the Law. "Berochos"
on sundry occasions. A natural
phenomenon, an unnatural phe-
nomenoneach calls for an ac-
knowledgement of man's thank-
fulness to God. Lightning, thun-
der, the rainbow, the ocean, a
lofty mountain, a prince of the
land, a government official, a
sage learned in the lawall
arouse man's sense of debt to
God, expressed in a "Berochoh:"
"Praised art Thou, O Lord ..."
Thank you, God.
The Jew takes nothing for
granted. He marvels at God's
love of His handiwork and pro-
vision for them. Marvels and
says. "Thank you. God."
Do you take your bodily func-
tions as a matter of course? Do
you think that it is so simple,
relatively unimportant because it
requires little cooperation from
you? Not so the Jew. When
he finds that the body rids it-
self of all waste and poisons,
he utters these words. "Praised
art Thou. O Lord our God. King
of the universe, who hast formed
man in wisdom, and created in
him many orifices and vessels.
It is revealed and known before
the throne of Thy Glory, that if
one of these be opened, or one of
those be closed, it would be im-
possible to exist and to stand be-
fore Thee. Praised art Thou. O
Lord, who healest all flesh and
doest wondrously."
The Jew an ingrate? He is
the most God-conscious of peo-
ple. No Thanksgiving Day? No.
Not one. Not one day a year.
But every day in the year. Not
for one hour, for one brief ser-
vice, but throughout the entire
day.
Three prescribed prayer ritu-
als daily, all filled with thanks-
giving, and numerous special
tnanks-offerings during the day.
"And, so to bed ..."
"Praised art Thou, O Lord our
God. King of the Universe, who
makest the bands of sleep to fall
upon mine eyes, and slumber up-
on mine eyelids ..." So begins
the prayer before retiring at
night.
Gently sinking into sleepy un-
>AY, NOVEMBERio ^
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Mdctfy Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
YOU SHOULD KNOW .
Here's a revealing quotation from John Roy Carlso '
"Under Cover" which explains much about the anti-SemT*
disorders in Boston Francis P. Moran, fuehrer of the N
England Christian Front, gave this advice to Carlson "tH
only thing you can do now, of course, is to talk about Co
munism and the Jews You can't touch the war "a
whispering campaign is the best thing now They'd hav
a hell of a time tracing it Mrs. Murphy tells Mrs DurfVe
and she tells Mrs. OToole, who tells it to Mrs. Smiuh*'
Yes, these women can certainly dish it out, and by the tim
they end up they've got something which every body ho-
lieves It's the safest thing to work nowadays The
movement has friends all over the citya lot of people her
think the way I do" ... A smear campaign is being prepared
against the Jewish movie moguls of Hollywood ... This time
the issue will be "pro-Communist propaganda" The main
targets will be the Warner brothers and Samuel Goldwyn
all of whom, incidentally, are fanatically anti-Communist.
The "evidence" against them will be their production of filnu
about Russia that don't knock our Soviet allies.
JEWISH NEWS .
The controversy between David Ben-Gurion. Palestine
labor leader, and Dr. Chaim Weizmann is assuming alarm-
ing proportions Ben-Gurion is standing pat on his ulti-
matum: Weizmann or I The Poale Zionists in this country
are, however, hesitating to give him their support They
are afraid of a break in the Zionist ranksa break that would
seriously affect their fund-raising activities And so tre-
mendous pressure is being exercised on Ben-Gurion by many
of his party comrades, asking him to reconsider his resigna-
tion as chairman of the Zionist Executive But in the mean-
while Ben-Gurion It remaining adamant ... A date to watch
out for is December 20 On that day headlines will appear
throughout the country on a matter of great significance to
the Jews interested in Palestine Contrary to all expecta-
tions, the Jewish Labor Committee will not resign from the
American Jewish Conference Negotiations with the British
Government anent the abrogation of the White Paper are at
a standstill.
THIS AND THAT .
Broadway's Lee Strasberg, we hear, is about to desert
that famed street for Hollywood, to become a movie director
. We congratulate Hollywood, but hope he doesn't stay
away from the theatre too long Moss Hart's Air Force
Show, "Winged Victory," has had its out-of-town opening,
and is being acclaimed as a masterpiece Particular men-
tion is given to the sets, which are the work of Sgt. Harry
Homer Homer, if you remember, came to this country
only a few years ago as a member of the entourage of the
late Max Reinhardt, who discovered him in Vienna ... On
his deathbed, by the way, Reinhardt expressed a desire to
be buried in Palestine Meyer Weisgal tells us that after
the war his last wish shall be fulfilled.
war effort that questions which concern our relations with other hSoIf "n^A,, *he borderhne
- ii- u i i iu Doiwecn objective consciousness
nations, especialy our allies, be kept out of political campaign and God's most generous gift-
discussion. Such discussion can only possibly do injury instead
of good. When we enter into discussions with another nation
we should present ourselves, not as partisans, of one party or
the other, but as a whole people, united in our proposals touch-
ing our relations with other nations. Partisanship, especially in
war, should end at the water's edge, and we should confront the
rest of the world united and undivided. The correctness of such
a posture will be universally admitted. The difficulty lies in its
attainment."Frank Knox, Secretary of the Navy.
ON GIVING THANKS
By RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Spiritual Leader Beth Sholom Center
(Editor*! Not*: This la another In a
Merles of articles by the spirit mil
leaders of (Jreater Miami. Hlnce
this article was submitted. Ilabbi
Machtel has resigned from the pul-
pit of Beth Sholom Center.)
Thursday will be observed as
Thanksgiving Day. It will be
observed by Jews as well as by
Christians. But, the Jews do not
make of it a special ritual. It
is not on the Jewish religious
calendar. It is not a holiday on
the "Lu'ach."
Is the Jew ungrateful? Are
the people accused of escaping
responsibility with "Shi-phi"
"Shabbos hayomPesach hay-
om""today is Sabbath, today is
Passover. I may not do this or
that"is that people who have
so many religious festivals, de-
void of a feeling of thankful-
ness? Did they overlook includ-
ing a day of giving thanks on
their religious schedule?
No. The Jew is not ungrateful,
not unmindful of his debt to God.
The Jew has not set aside an
annual Thanksgiving Day be-
causethe Jew gives thanks ev-
ery day.
From the moment the Jew op-
ens his eyes in the morning until
he closes them at bedtime, his
day is filled with expressions of
sleepthe voice barely a whis-
per, come these closing verses:
"Into His hand I commend my
spirit, when I sleep and when
I wake;
And with my spirit, my body
also; the Lord is with me. and
I will not fear."
Thanksgiving Day. Do you
have to teach gratitude to a peo-
ple who accepts its misfortunes
in a spirit of thankfulness? What
is the Jew's reaction to trouble"'
Nothing so bad but that it might
have been worse. Fell and
broke a leg? "Thank God it
wasnt both legs." Fractured a
few ribs? "Thank God he didn't!
land on his head. He might have '
been ki led. The house burned
down? Thank God there was no
human being at home to suffer
injury or death."
Thank God. Thank God. Thank
Ood.
.,The Jew owes his survival to
this spirit of gratitude. The Jew
rolls with each blow." Suffer-
ing is increased in proportion to
the resentment and the rebel-
liousness The sing is removed
from misfortune by the spirit of
acceptance of the situation, by
the air of, "This isn't so bad.
after all. It might have been lots
worse.
Once you have learned to be
thankful instead of resentful, you
have started on the path to health
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Pierre van Paassen tells us that his new book, "The For-
gotten Ally," will be published in the German language...
In Switzerland Reports are pouring in that Nathan Straus
will be drafted to run for the mayoralty of New York The
Democratic Party regards him as an ideal candidate, for he
has virtually no enemies among either Jews- or non-Jews...
Ben Joseph, legal adviser of the Jewish Agency in Palestine,
is on his way to America Ivy Low (Mrs. Maxim Litvinoff
to you) will leave these shores to join her husband in Russia
before the year is over ... But before she leaves she will have
delivered to her publisher the manuscript of her autobi-
ography, which she is calling "Everyone Vulnerable."
WEEKLY GIGGLE .
The Nazis, the news reports tell us, cue trying to clamp
the lid on what they call "political jokes" by outlawing them
. But that can't stop the most prolific source of anti-Nazi
humorthe grapevine From it, for example, Harry Hersh-
field recently culled the story of the Jew who somehow man-
aged to get into a Berlin radio station and begged the an-
nouncer for an opportunity to address the world over the air
waves Finally the announcer gave in to his pleading to
the extent of permitting him to say just one word over the
radio "But remember, only one word," he warned the
Jewwho then rushed over to the mike and at the top of his
lungs shouted: "Help!" From this monosyllabic punch-
line it's an easy transition to the anecdote of the two Berliners
who, huddled together in an air raid shelter, got into a con;
verBation and pretty soon were swapping jokes Hans'
tales, however, were all rather long-winded, and Fritz finally
remarked upon this trait "Don't you know any shorter
jokes?" he asked "Sure," replied Hans, "I even know
the shortest joke in the worldbut I'll have to whisper it to
you" And, so softly that no Gestapo agent could hear,
Hans told Fritz: "We'll win the war."
and happiness. The Jew who is
"mekabbeil yesurim be'ahavoh,"
who accepts his suffering (chas-
tisement) in love and gratitude,
converts his "curses" into "bless-
ings."
It isn't what happens to you
that matters; it's how you react
to it. The Jew reacts in a spirit
of gratitude.
What's that? The Jew has no
Thanksgiving Day?
uN thankful to God all dsy, every
day. '
ASK FOR BEACH LISTINGS
An urgent plea to every Miami
Beach property owner who nd
an apartment, a home or a room
for rent, to list them with tne
Miami Chamber of Commerce.
was made by I. N. Parrish. execu
tive secretary.
"The rental situation here
beginning to border on tne
acute," Parrish said XBS
should be a Urge number oi "
cancies."


NOVEMBER 19, 1943
+Jewlstrhrklk*n
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BETWEEN YOU AND ME
BY BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1M3, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
IT HIEDUR WEES
BY MILTON BROWN
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
Behind the Scenes: The American Jewish Con-
e may soon issue a statement which will come
lerenc^ ^ g^ to ^ groups which have branched
ikSam the Committee lor a Jewish Army Jew-
h leaders are especially Incensed at the Emerg-
v Committee to Save the Jews of Europe because
eJlC7 fact that this committee was responsible for
SL introduction of a resolution in the Senate and
the House which urges the creation of a special
"Emission to plan the rescue of Jews in Nazi Eu-
Excellent as this resolution may seem, im-
rPfant' American Jewish leaders consider it harmful
^ In fact, we understand that Senator Gillette who
: tjoduced this resolution in the Senate, was asked
hi well known Jewish leaders to abstain from doing
So was Rep. Will Rogers, Jr., before he intro-
duced the resolution in the House Both preferred,
however to act on the advice of the Emergency
Committee and against the will of the American
Jewish Congress, the American Jewish Conference,
and others ... In terming this resolution harmful,
Jewish leaders indicate that important negotiations
' n0W going on behind the scenes in official
Washington which may bring tangible results as
far as saving the Jews of Europe ... But these nego-
tiations, in which the State Department is involved,
may be hampered as a result of the Gillette-Rogers
resolution, they claim ... At any rate, members of
both houses of Congress, as well as high Wash-
ington officials, now have in their hands for the first
time information as to the exact nature of the groups
which have branched out from the Committee for
a Jewish Army And this information will soon
be made available to the public.
The Jewish Front: A delegation of American
Jews may soon proceed to Russia ... It will be com-
posed of persons interested in establishing direct
contact with the Jews of Russia, and may include
even a rabbi The ideological split in the ranks
of Reform rabbis is becoming dangerously wide...
Serious differences are reported in San Francisco,
Houston and other cities And all is not well
even in the ranks of the Reform rabbinate in New
York ... We also hear that the Zionist laborites are
threatening the Jewish Labor Committee with a seri-
ous split in the Jewish labor movement should the
committee decide to with draw from the American
Jewish Conference ... The Jewish Labor Committee
itself is still divided on this question One day
it looks as if the opponents of the American Jewish
Conference have the upper hand, while the next
day the picture changes to the contrary Final
decision on the issue will be taken by the Jewish
Labor Committee at its annual conference which
is to take place very soon ... In the meantime we
learn that the interim committee of the American
Jewish Conference has invited the Union of Ortho-
dox Rabbis and the Agudas Israel of America to
join the Conference ... The invitation was extended
after the withdrawal of the American Jewish Com-
mittee from the Conference Both the Union ot
Orthodox Rabbis and the Agudas Israel have ab-
stained from participating in the Conference be-
cause they claimed that they were refused sufficient
representation there This claim may perhaps be
adjusted now.
Making History: With Soviet Russia now the
center of interest to Americans of all groups Maxim
Litvinoff" by Arthur U. Pope, just published by tne
L. B. Fisher Publishing Co., is a most timely volume
... Not only does it acquaint the reader with Litvi-
noff s personality, but it is also in a way a political
history of the U. S. S. R. inasmuch as Litvinoff con-
tributed to the making of that history in the inter-
national arena ... It gives an excellent picture oi
Soviet Russia's foreign policy as expressed during
the last 20 years by Litvinoff at sessions ol the
League of Nations in Geneva and on other oc-
casions Jewish readers interested in the human
side of Litvinoff wUl find out that he comes from a
very religious Jewish family in Belostok, Russia, ana
that in his boyhood he religiously attended all syna-
gogue services ... The anti-Jewish persecutionsioi
the Czarist regime made him, like thousands oi oiner
young Jews, a fighter for freedom From lime
Meer Wallaeh he became Maxim Litvinoff, me
Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs, whom the
Nazis termed their "enemy No. 1" because of his
devoted fight for collective security which wouia
have isolated Nazi Germany and would have pre-
vented the present war ... The road to this change
was full of danger, difficulties, escapes from uzans
jails, active underground revolutionary work-on
well described in Mr. Pope's book ... A hard
worker. Litvinoff finds relaxation at the movies,
where I saw him on quite a number of occasions in
Moscow and Geneva ... And nobody wouldI be-
lieve that he is a good dancer, but I can JJVJ
that after havinq observed him dancing aloBiciai
receptions in Moscow ... In other words: Thisi man
who is so unbending when it comes to defending
the position of the Soviet Union among nations, m
<" the same time also a charming human being
OUR JEW IS H FILM FOLK
BY HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
Argentina this last week took on more Nazi at-
tributes. Raids on Jewish homes were made by the
newly formed political police headed by the anti-
Semite Leopoldo Lugones. The pro-Nazi press in
Argentina continued to seek to inflame sentiment
against Jews.
Travelers from Argentina arriving in the neigh-
boring South American republics were quoted as
saying that the raids on Jewish homes in Buenos
Aires were being made without warrants and mostly
at night.
Apparently, the rebuke by President Roosevelt
and Secretary Cordell Hull has not stayed the Nazi
influence in Argentina. The Ramirez government
is determined to back Hitler to the hilt.
Oil seems to be coming more and more to the
fore with regard to the question of Palestine. Amer-
ica has no such boundless resources of oil as we
had formerly thought and the great companies are
looking very intently at other areas which promise
to supply the fuel. Reports this week indicated that
the Arabs were seeking to use oil as honey "to
catch the flies." It was reported that King Ibn Saud
of Saudi Arabia was offering American companies
important concessions in return for their opposition
to the creation of a Jewish State. The London news-
paper, Reynolds News declared this week, however,
that "there is enough oil in the Dead Sea area in
Palestine to disrupt all the plans of the oil com-
panies operating in the Middle East."
The Berlin radio this week commented on the
recent visit of Ivan Maisky, Soviet Vice Commissar
for Foreign Affairs, to Palestine. The visit shows,
said the Nazi broadcaster, that "after the war. the
Soviet government will energetically insist on the
immediate solution of the Jewish problem."
Meanwhile, unmoved seemingly by all passing
events, the British Colonial Ministry, indicated that
it proposed to stand by the terms of the White Paper,
under which all Jewish immigration to Palestine
comes to an end in March, 1944. The Colonial Min-
istry did, to be exact, make one concessionbut it
is a technical one. The White Paper stipulated that
75,000 Jews were to be admitted by March, 1944,
but due to the war, it may not be possible for that
many to come in, so the British will permit some
30.000 more Jews to enter, even if they come after
the doors of Palestine have been closed next March.
The Russians regained the important city of
Kiev this week. Kiev is the third largest city in
Soviet Russia and the victory marked one of the
high points of the Soviet successes. But alas, the
Jewish population of Kiev was not there to rejoice
in the defeat of me Nazis. The Moscow radio in
fact reported that the Red Army on re-entering the
city wiscovered only one Jewish inhabitant there.
This lone Jewish survivor reported that 40,000 Jews
were massacred by the German troops upon their
occupation of the city.
In Geneva, it was estimated this week that some
15 000 Dutch Jews are being sheltered in the homes
of their Christian neighbors to prevent their falling
into Nazi hands. The Nazi police to Ho land are
reported to be combing the countryside in their hunt
for these fugitives. _.
Sweden according to a report this week, plans
,o outlaw anti-Semitic and other hate Propaganda
according to an announcement by the Department
of JusS According to the plan, prison semences
would be imposed on persons spreading untrue as-
ZrtODITrumors. insultTor threats concerning any
grOSPwe0dent this matter is thus following in the
^test R^rg. addressing a meeting tins
week he!d unSer the auspices of the *****
Mtd American-Soviet Friendship, urged that the
Soviet Steward minorities be made a pattern
IOf W5TSta outbreaks of an*.Semitic
blamed for the ami; precautions
^nTaSn^saStne report' m7incidents would not
have occurred. ion ,Q draw up a plan
Creation of a comm ^ 8Urviving
of immediate action desunea ^
Delving into little-known incidents, "The Hitler
Gang" reveals Adolf in 1918 in a hospital where
he insisted he was suffering from gas blindness.
The doctors, unable to find any such symptoms,
finally declared it a psychopathic condition. They
knew, but it took 20 years for the world to find out
Characters for the "Hitler Gang" are difficult to
round up ... we don't have the types on the Holly-
wood range. Victor Varconi. however, has been
seleated to play Rudolf Hessremember?that
Nazi English-tourist.
Emil Ludwig has a contract with Random House
pubishers for the manuscript of the life of Der
Fuehrer to be delivered within one year of the let-
ter's downfall or demise. Ludwig has his pencils
ready-sharpened.

Did you know that A. J. Balaban, well-known
showman, has two teen-age daughters carving out
their own theatrical careers? They are Madeleine
and Cheri, singer and pianist. Educated in France
and Switzerland, their Frenchy act is the genuine
article.
of immediate, acuon extincU0n at the hands
Ie.VTh TllYfStged this week by a bi-
of Nazi Germany wu Jf m a resolution in-
troduced in bom o commission of
me creation by ^^Stey experts to formu-
ffi^dfiKK&rfiS^ action de-
lQte St sSS**surviving Jewish people of Europe
*%; SsrRepre8entative wm
Rogers, Jr., and Joseph Clark.
Jack Benny meeting the press boys after his
first Hollywood broadcast said there was great
gratification in touring the camps in the far corners
of the world. First, as one too old to be drafted, he
was doing something for those who were not. Sec-
ond, the satisfaction of preparing and giving a good
show. Third, the fun in seeing places he would
never have visited even in peace times. Fourth,
the rest he enjoyed. For the first time in years he
didn't have to think about his next broadcast, his
next picture, or even his income tax. Asked whether
there was danger on the trip, he said the only really
hazardous moment was when his p(ane flew into
Italy without clearance from headquarters. They
ccould easily have been shot down by U. S. gun-
ners as unidentifiable if their pilot had been unable
to contact the ground.
*
Zigs-Zags: Bogey man, Bela Lugosi, wanted to
spill his own blood at the Red Cross the other day-
was rejectedanemic: Oscar Levant is pot-boiling
a mixture on the movies following the same recipe
as his "Smattering of Ignorance." Sol Lesser is a
grandpop ... a son born to his daughter-in-law and
son, Lt. Julian Lesser, of the Marine Corps. Even
depressed looks are "verboten" in German territory
now, according to a British source. Oh, Professorl
Benny Goodman, King of Swing, is on the faculty
roster of the Juillard School of Music. His sphere
is the inter-relation of swing and classical music.
Eddie Cantor, feeling chipper, told his co-workers
to call him Itzik, his Yiddish name. Patsy Ruth
Miller has written a play which will get a local pro-
duction. Among the American civilians to be re-
leased by the Japs for reciprocal exchange is Isa-
dore Cohen, for years M. G. M.'s general manager
in the Philippines. The Nazis strenuously object to
the popular private screenings of Charlie Chaplin's
"Great Dictator" in Sweden ... but all their howl-
ing falls on deaf ears. Leon Schlesinger got a
ticket when driving through a small suburb of Los
Angeles. The judge suspended sentence when the
car-tune man promised to buy a $5,000 war bond
and thus fill the town's war loan quota.

Turnabout: When the DeMille bungalow was
dedicated on the lot, C. B. got even with Sid Grau-
man for his long career in hand-and-foot cementry.
Sid emerged from the building, stepped into a slab
of fresh cement. Before he could shake loose, some-
one pressed his hands into the sticky stuff. "What
a mess!" sighed Sid as he wiggled out.

That rasping sound is another Washington sena-
tor sharpening his bayonet for a new jab at Holly-
wood. Republican Senator Walter Ploeser climbs
on the isolationist disunity group against group
band-wagon. He shakes a threatening first west-
ward, and screams filmdom had better stop making
any more "propaganda" pictures (which includes
anti-Nazi. anti-Fascist, pro-democratic, pro-Ally. pro-
Roosevelt, pro-Russiaeverything but pro-Repub-
lican) RIGHT NOW or he will start another investi-
gation ... and then we'll see where Hollywood
stands. He will find, to his chagrin, that it stands
solidly with two feet on the ground and greatly in
the public's favor. An investigation would uncover
to the public view countless works of good-will
films furnished for the war effort without profit,
others made with profits going to war causes .
shorts donated for drives, campaigns ditto with
theaters stars, directors, writers giving ottheir
time, money, energy to the Loan drives. Red Cross
campaigns, and so on ad infinitum. We know of
no other industry that has contributed without
profit to the war effort. Okay. Mr. Ploeser. shoot...
but look out for those ricochetting bullets.


PAGE SIX

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'JenIsti HcrkUan
Ernest R. Graham, farmer and
dairyman and Dade county sen-
ator yesterday announced his
candidacy for governor of Flor-
ida.
Sound prosperity, hased on a
united Florida, with all sections
of the state working in close har-
inany, will be the watchword of
the Graham program. He points
out that with the rich tourist
and industrial centers serving as
market outlets for farm, dairv
beer, and poultry products of the
north and west rural areas of the
stale, at least another $4,000,000
can be put into the state treasury
without a single additional tax
burden.
Although he has not ye! an-
nounced his complete program
Senator Graham will submit that
in sound business principles lies
the solution of the stated finan-
cial problems and by application
of these principles and without
new taxes, state finances at the
Wars end will be sufficient to
complete the too long delayed
ram for adequate old age as-
sistance, teachers' salaries, child
welfare, public health, charities,
and post-war unemployment
In support of this he points
out that his reforms in the rac-
ing laws have proven a stabiliz-
ing influence on racing and that
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the added five per cent tax on
none racing in his own Dade
county has raised, with matching
federal funds, an extra S4.000.000
tor the needy aged oi the state
Graham, however, still insists
racing is a business and therefon
legislation should afford legiti-
mate protection to that business
and always make it possible for
. it to prosper,
Senator Graham, now 58. has
served eight years as Dade's
state senator. He was horn in
Croswell, Mich., educated in the
public schools there and later at-
tended Michigan state College
and was graduated from the
Michigan College of Mines.
Senator Graham recounted that
he probably is first among those
responsible for the election" of
Governor Spessard L. Holland
and praised the present governor
by saying that his keen legal
mind had made possible a need-
ed general law revision and his
'ax structure reforms have been
a treat boon to Florida. 'That
job, said Graham, "has been
don, and done well. Now is the
time for a practical and success-
ful business man to continue this
good work by taking stock of our
true resources and by realizing
that only in the closest coopera-
tion and harmony between all
sections of the state, can we bring
to immediate reality, the true
prosperity for which'our state is
destined."
Sam Blank was host at a lunch-
1 Ml ncently in Senator Graham's
' and was attended by many
outstanding civic and business
leaders m the ana They show-
ered the senator with much praise
and endorsement
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Fri., Nov. 19Forum Series,
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men. "Problems of Transition Pe-
riod." Beach YM&WHA 1:30 p.m.
Mon., Nov. 22Miami Chapter.
National Home lor Jewish Child
ren at Denver; Bingo; Beach YM
&WHA. 8:00 p. m.
Tues.. Nov. 23Semi-Annual
meeting, Temple Israel Congre-
gation at Temple Israel. 6:30 p. m.
Wed.. Nov. 24Beth David
Sisterhood, annual food sale.
Workmen's Circle Branch No 892,
executive committee meeting,
25 Washington Ave.. 8:30 p. m.
Sat.. Nov. 27AZA. Miami 322
Chapter. annual Sweetheart
dance. Miami Women's Club.
Mon.. Nov. IfWomen's Divis-
ion American Jewish Congress,
general meeting; Cardiac Home,
Bingo, Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter. 8:00 p. m.
Tues.. Nov. 30Sholem Lodge
B nai Bnth affair, vaudeville, en-
tertainment, Miami Beach Sen-
ior High, 8:00 p. m.
London (WNS)Jewish lead-
ers here last week expressed dis-
appointment over the statement
by Sir Oliver Stanley. Colon.al
Secretary, to the effect that the
British government contemplated
no change in its White Paper DOl-
iccy. Dr Chaim Weizmann re.
tused to comment on the state-
ment.
Youth Frolics, teen age dances
'sponsored by the YM&WHA of
Miami Beach proved its popular-
ity last Sunday evening when
almost 200 boys and girls came
to the MY" and enjoyed the danc-
ing and entertainment.
Featured on the program was
Judy Nelson who sang for the
boys and girls. Her offerings
were warmly received by the
crowd which was unwilling to
permit her to stop singing. Judy's
rendition of "Begin the Beguine"
was especially thrilling.
The dancers also had fun dur-
ing the Broom dance when an
unlucky boy had to use a broom-
stick instead of a girl for a part-
ner.
A special note was struck
when Jack P. Marash. executive
director of the YM&WHA intro-
duced Arthur Trow, the new
i physical director of the *Y."
The enthusiastic reception af-
forded Mr, Trow augurs well for
the athletic program of the "Y."
Next Sunday's dance will be
a pie-Thanksgiving Day dance.
The "Y" will be decorated in
Thanksgiving fashion with turk-
|eys. pumpkins and all the fix-
ings. A special program of
Thanksgiving games has been '
planned. Then' will also be four1
door prizes given awaytwo for
loys and two for girls.
All high school boys and girls
of Miami Beach are welcome.
Admission is free.
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Of widespread interest to the
Miami Beach community was the
announcement by Jack P. Ma-
rash. executive director of the
YM&WHA. of the appointment
of Mr Arthur S. Trow as physical
director for the "Y."
Mr. Trow comes to the Miami
Beach "Y" well qualified through
! his experience in the sports
| world. He is a former swimming
| champion and exhibition diver.
Several of the records he made
in competition still remain on the
books.
| In land sports. Mr. Trow has
also achieved recognition. In
! 1936 and 1937 he was single-wall
handball champion of Queens
county, N. Y. He was also a star
basketball player with several
years of professional barnstorm-
ing to his credit.
Mr. Trow has also seen service
in the U. S. army, having held a
commission until recently,
Mr. Trow is planning his pro-
gram and very shortly classes
and teams will be organized and
details announced.
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rmAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1943
;~^tfrmiami army-navy committee
G"**1 of The Jewish Welfare Board
+Jewish fhrMian
PAGE SEVEN
linH.2MMI,MITT PROJECT
Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Serrice
OPENING WEEK OF
WITH LOCAL BOYS
Teresa Aronion. daughter of
Mr and Mrs. J. G. Aronson, who
U been taking a course in nurs-
it the Jackson Memorial
uLital. has joined the WAVES
and will take her boot training
, Hunter College. N. Y., after
^hich she expects to enter the
Naval Hospital.____
From Miami Senior high school
tn a college engineering course
provided by the army, is the pro-
L made by B. Benjamin Golt-
, 18 of 1784 S. W. Fifth Street.
now -tationed at Fort Benning.
Ga This was revealed Wednes-
day in ;i letter received from him
by" Mrs Helen R. North, radio in-
structor in the program of voca-
tional training for war produc-
tion workers in Miami.
Young Geltner last year took
a radi.> course under Mrs. North
and qualified as a licensed opera-
tor Soon after entering the
army Ins special qualifications
were recognized, and he wrote he
wu> assigned to a specialized
training program.
Mr. and Mrs. Manny Weinkle
spent the weekend in Miami. Mr.
Weinkle is attached to the Key
Weft navy station.
KESSLER FIELD. Biloxi.
Miss \ iv. 192d Lt. David W.
Dechoviti. Chemical Warfare
Servic officer, has reported for
dutv at this unit of the Army Air
Forces Training Command.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham DechoVitz. 353 W. 75th
Street. New York City, and is a
former resident of Miami Beach.
Lieutenant Dechovitz is a grad-
uate of the Chemical Warfare
Service Officers Candidate School
at Edgewood, Md.
LET US KNOW ABOUT IT
You are proud when a sister,
brother, friend, sweetheart or
relative in the armed forces re-
ceives a promotion or is cited
for valiant behavior.
Let the rest of us share that
pride with you. Notify your
local War Records Committee,
phones 2-11419-1323 or write
Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida, of
his or her promotion, distinc-
tion or award so that it may
get on the permanent record of
the Jewish community and so
that it wins whatever further
recognition it deserves.
NAT ROTH, Chairman
War Records Committee
Greater Miami Army-Navy
Committee
OBITUARIES
SOL WILSON
Sol Wilson, 63, retired Miami
realtor and resident here for 25
years, died Sunday night in El-
kins Park, Pa., after an illness
of two years. He had gone there
for treatment.
Wilson owned a home here at
328 S. W. 15th Avenue, where he
resided with his wife. His son, .
Julius, left immediately to attend! Bringing to a close tomorrow
the funeral. night the greatest opening week
An Flk a Mnnn anH mpmh*.r'of f?reynound racing in Florida's
daughter, Mrs Louis Green EN tendance and mutuel records into
kins Park; his son, Julius, and
four grandchildren.
Pfc. Abraham Strom was
wounded three times during the
North African campaignat Al-
giers, in Morocco and in Tunisia.
At present he is recuperating
from his wounds at Halloran Gen-
eral Hospital, Staten Island. Pfc.
Strom enlisted in the Army Air
Forces two and a half years ago.
Before that he worked as assist-
ant manager in a Brooklyn. N. Y.,
grocery store.
Funeral services and
were in Philadelphia.
burial
Minna Dorn, Jewish Welfare
Board representative in Little
Rock. Ark., has added something
new to the shopping service at
the local USO club. Miss Dorn
may be seen chasing around Lit-
tle Rock these days, hurrying
from jewelry store to jewelry
store and trying on wedding and
engagement rings. It is part of
her many services to soldiers
men. in this case, who are about
to enter the fast-slamming por-
tals of matrimony.
Miss Dorn uses her left hand
for modelling the rings. Quite
a few of them have been chosen
in this way, and "surprisingly,"
Minn;* reports, "the brides have
been most grateful."
MORE INTER-FAITH AMITY
When Christian Chaplain N.
W. Lovely went to sea on a de-
stroyer some months back, he
took along religious equipment
supplied by the Jewish Welfare
Board so that he might conduct
services for Jewish seamen dur-
ing the voyage. That voyage has
since been completed, and Chap-
lain Lovely recently wrote the
following letter to the board:
"This is just a note of appreci-
ation for your help to me in my
effort to give some kind of re-
ligious leadership to men of the
Jewish faith during the days of
our Pacific passage.
"It will always be a treasured
memory to methe way your
fellow Jews came together to
carry out their Sabbath evening
prayers. I shall always remem-
ber your courtesy and I trust that
I may have been able to show
you as much to respect in the
liberal Christian church as you
have shown me in the Jewish
tradition. Some day soon the
world will return to peace and
we shall live as brothers in a
country of freedom and tolerance.
Meanwhile, God bless you."
FROM HARRIET TO HITLER
Maj. Ephraim B. Cohen, 27, of
Minneapolis, has been awarded
the Air Medal for heroism in
aerial combat in the South Pa-
cific. Formerly cited by his com-
manding officer for his work as
an air force surgeon in the Solo-
mons, Major Cohen earned the
latest award as crew member in
one of 12 Flying Fortresses that
took part in a raid on enemy ship-
Ding in the Solomons. The for-
mation had just completed a
bombing run over Kahili Airfield
when they ran into a group of
SAMUEL F. HYMAN
Samuel F. Hyman, 75, a New
York attorney before he retired
and came to Miami Beach five
years ago, died Monday at his
home, 1570 Meridian Avenue. He
is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jes-
sie Hyman. Services were con-
ducted Tuesday by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman in Riverside Memorial
Chapel. Burial followed in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
the books, looks to the coming
week and another schedule of
thrilling greyhound racing.
From the Inaugural Stakes last
Monday night, a breath-taking
photo-finish event which was
won by B. E. Randle's Wintime,
through each succeeding night's
12-race program, the dogs, nave
turned in the best early season
form in West Flagelr's history.
Mony of the feature race winners
have posted running times
usually tallied in midseason
which is a fair indication that
the current 86-night meeting will
see new track records estab-
lished.
MICHAEL N. IMATT During the past week, in addi-
Michael N. Imatt, 46, of 81.0 tion to Wintime's Inaugural Stake
11th Street. Miami Beach, died victory, a notable band of
Monday. He came here five' younger dogs have come to the
years ago from New York and I judges' first to prove the favor-
formerly was engaged in the spe- ites of last year have a tough as-
cialty plating business. Surviv- 'signment if they are to hold their
ing are his wife, Mrs. Raya Imatt; '"hot box" ranking. Such young-
a son, Alexander Imatt; Army
Air Corps at the University of
Mississippi, and a daughter, Mrs.
Alexander Rogers, Boston, and
his in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Baruch !
sters as Rubette, Hill Billy, Deep
Springs, Hick Hines, Mortify Me,
Sea-Bee and others have shown
in brilliant form.
The mutuels have thrilled the
Holman. Services were held, patrons and though favorites
Zeros. Major Cohen took an ac- Wednesday at Riverside Memo- have dominated each program,
live part in the ensuing battle, rjal Chapel with burial in Mt. i the longshot followers have had
helping to shoot down several. Nebo Cemetery. their inning along with the quin-
cnemy planes. The major had -------------------------_ iela wagerers who have scored
been in service since August. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HAS! several payoffs well over the
J-93?-, Hc *as S,ent. l.u ASqilMFn HOSPITAI LEAD 5200 mark- The daily double
Field Hawaii, at first, then trans- ASSUMED HObPITAL LLAD and third gr been
ferred to the Solomons. A seven-member ex ec utive formful and the payoffs
--------- I committee of the Jackson Memo- u* b consistently 10 to 20
2d Lt. Hyman L. Goldberg, 26. rial Hospital medical staff as- P?y Deen consistently 1U to M
of New York City, who insisted, sumed duties as medical directing, u
on staying at his bombsight and agency of the hospital with Nurse .PWams each weekday
releasing his bombs on enemy Alice I. Mustard designated as night.get underway; at_8_o clock,
ships after he was severely
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED 8HOCHET
MRS. OEORQE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIO, Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec.
Executive Committee
M" Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman,
Maurice Groiimin, Uouii Heiman,
Dr Jacob H. Kaplan, Mre. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alex-
""" F. Millar, at Roth, Fred
Sn-chet. Milton Sirkin, Joaeph
Stein. Mra. Herman Wallach. Carl
Weinkle. George Wolpert, Harry
t^kernick.
Lt. Philip Feinglass of Balti-
more celebrated his fiancees
birthday last week: he went on
his 19th air raid over Europe. In
observance of the occasion. Fein-
glass, a Flying Fortress bom-
bardier, launched a series of
bombs over the target bearing
the salutation. "Compliments of
Harriet." his fiancee's name.
"The raid was a Tip-snorter,
he wrote home afterwards, and
we made a very good job of our
objectives." ..... *
Harriet is Harriet Hirschorn, ot
Baltimore, who was thrilled to
learn that Phil "presented some
calling cards to the Axis in
honor of her birthday, but wishes
he would hurry up and win the
war so she could stop describing
herself as a "fiancee -such a
bother to pronounce, as compared
with "wife."
AC Robert J. Schweiger. 25.
of Teaneck. N. J., was killed some
months ago in the crash of an
army training plane near Bush
Field Augusta. Ga. A graduate
oBengen Junior College Cadet
Schweiger was in service less
than a year. _____
Lt. Col. John E. Davis. 52. of
Columbus. O.. was killed early
this month in an air crash at
Charl^oix. Mich. He served in
wounded in flight by an explod-
ing shell, has been awarded the
Distinguished Flying Cross.
Lieutenant Goldberg's plane,
was on a high-altitude flight said
over the North African coast, set
to attack enemy shipping off the
coast. Suddenly a .20-mm. can-
non shell hurtled through the air
and struck Goldberg in the back.
The shell
administrative assistant to thcl?."** are available from Bur-
committee to carry out its orders :dine s .first street entrance and
and policies. Iover l,hKe Rd Adams bus line
Services of a full-time medical 1from the 0Prfessional building
director are being sought, Curry station. 218 N. E. Second Aye-
said. The committee will act,nue- Horse and wagon lorries
only until a director is appointed. opeJ%\e,. fT,om the .*Zg ^Y6","0
The committee includes Drs. |d 37th Avenue at West Flagler
W. L. Fitzgerald, M. Jay Flipse, Street terminals
Scheffel H. Wright, Walter C.
Jones, A. D. Amerise, H. Colquit
Pearson and M. C. Wilson. Dr.
mittee and Dr. Jones assistant
chairman.
violence of the discharge hurled
Goldberg from his bombardier's
seat to the floor of the plane.
The lieutenant lay there, with
a four-inch hole in his back, his
New York (JTA). Declaring
that the present Jewish world
tragedy transcends all past needs,
Paul Baerwald, honorary chair-
man of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee, an-
New York.A special legal j nounced this week that leaders
committee charged with drafting i^Mrfcjg Jewry.representing
, | a memorandum on the subject of im unrt.es throughout the
muscles lacerated, unable to. ,ibe, d anti-propaganda United States will gather on
move. Lt. B. Aiken. of the Royal faJeslation wnas appomUd this Sunday Dec. 5^ at the Commo-
Navy Volunteer Reserve, who 11 *JJ b Archie H Greenberg, dorf Hotel in New York City to
Volunteer Reserve, who
was in the bombardier's compart-
ment as an observer, tried to of-
fer Goldberg first aid. The bom-
bardier refused.
NaUonaY Con^der, TelrT.^ I f^wJ JfcJSg" $"
War Veterans of U. S. Composed J- j* 4C on the problems of im-
of 35 outstanding jurists and law- mediate and Pcf-war rescue and
yers throughout the country, the i rehabilitation of millions of Jew-
"M.ndful only of his responsi- ^ommittee will consider the pros fcffS*^ The meeting
b.lity aslead bombardier forMs and cons 0f W^J9^SSJ^\VaSJSP^-
element, according to the official
citation issued by his bombard-
ment squadron commanding of-
ficer, Goldberg demanded that he
be lifted back to his bombsight
While others in the plane held
accordance with the resolution he declared, will provide for
adopted at the recent encamp- ; Amencar.Jews "a forthright an-
ment calling for the passage of ijwer to.their many questions as
E5 lndCrkra^5 f "*" Mft the L? SS!
0,ln annouldng^he'appointment ilar. can enlarge its services to
of this committee, Commander meet present and future need.
Greenberg pointed out that the "The realities of the world situ-
proposal "does not mean that we ation," Mr. Baerwald aserted,
abandon hope in the process of "demand a constructive approach
counter propaganda, education : to the\ problems of bringing re-
him upright in his seat, he syn-
chronized his sights on the tar-
ret He released two bombs. Me
eported "Bombs away. He
losed the bomb bay doors.
tL nline seed toward the base and democratic understanding lief and emigration aid to the
rHrome When it arrived. Gold- nor does it mean that we put all Jews of Europe. We who deal
rdrome. wncui *< .. ___..._ ;,u ;~ v% nicuoo n( a law dav in and dav out with Jewish
the last war. emerging as a cap
tain and remained '|Vhwl *fu\ he
Corps. When war brokt out ht
was recalled and given the ranK
of maior He was a member of
the Boyden Road Temple and
B'nai B'rith.
jur faith in the passage of a law day in and day out with Jewish
withou* the backing of public I needs all over the globe are con-
opinion to sustain that law. tinually aware that good-will and
___________.--------- brave resolutions alone will not
Atlantic City (JTA).The hope ; solace a tearful mother or a hun-
that Ecuador would receive free j gry child. Shortages of supplies,
immigration from Europe was ex- lack of shipping space, and re-
pressed in a speech before the strictions which the very war it-
council of the United Nations self imposes are tangible things
. .. i Relief and Rehabilitation Admin- i which the J. D. C. or any other
gesture." said the otticiaiciidiiuii. Duran Bellen,, realistic agency in the field comes
"since these and other bombs of g^ consul-general at up against daily. But despite
the flight cau_s_cld.u,nlmK hi"in- New York and his country's dele- these handicaps the record shows
here's wounds had become so
painful that medical officers were
unable to lift him from his seat
at the bombsight. An intrave-
nous anesthetic was then admin-
istered inside the plane. Then
the bombardier was removed to
a nearby hospital.
-Nor was his action a 1
..ture." said the officia'
7since these and other
ger to the target through his un
erring skill."
SOUTHEAS^^LESMENS
Langford Building
STANDARD WHOLESALE
GROCERY CO.
149 N E. 10th Street
TOOLEY-MYRON STUDIOS
DuPont Building ,____,
ABESS & COSTAR
Firat National Bank Building
COWEN'S SHOE STORE
155 E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
FLORIDA LINEN SERVICE
100 K. W. 2tth Street
LAND-O-SUN DAIRIES, Inc-
101 Alton Road
MANHATTAN DISTRIBUTORS
110 N. W. 4th Straat
SAM MEYERS
111 South Miami Avenue
gate here. ithat J. D. C. work is on the in-
Duran Bellen said he hoped crease."
that "such inhuman expressions ---------------------------
as 'refugees seeking protection' | Johannesberg (JTA).The first
may disappear and be replaced direct report concerning the situ-
by free emigration from liberated I ation of 20,000 Jewish refugees
countries coming to the Americas crammed into a ghetto in Shang-
in search of elbow room and new i hai by the Japanese authorities
homes, and assisting us in main- I was given in Port Elizabeth this
tainine ever higher and purer;week by Laura Margohes, repre-
the torch of liberty." sentative of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, who is among
the American repatriated from
Japan on the Swedish ship Grips-
holm under an exchange ar-
rangement.
A reception for the Jewish re-
patriates was given by the Jew-
ish community of Port Elizabeth
when the Gripsholm reached
there. Speaking at the reception.
Miss Margolies described the
pitiful plight of the Jews in
the Shanghai ghetto.
Interviewed after his speech,
Duran Bellen told of the satis-
! faction in his country with refu-
'gees who have settled there.
i After the war, he said, a commis-
sion should go to Europe to ar-
' range for the sending of immi-
I grants, and other groups should
I come from Europe to arrange for
their reception in the western
hemisphere. Such commissions,
he added, might well arise from
the work of UNRRA.


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2^J22?i9.
NOTES OF Y. M. //. A.
SAM
-by-
SILVER
more enthusiastic I am about it.
The next program on the series
what
Bowlers "Hot"
Well, sir, some of our blowiers
went hog-wild at the Palace Al-
leys (22nd Street and N. Miami
Avenue) last night! The league
winds up this season at the same
place next Monday night, so the
boys are really putting on the
steam in the stretch. Maurice
Schemer broke all records for in-
dividual games by bowling 148.
and will probably win honors for
high individual game for the sea-
son. Marty Milstein. an old
standby, came through with high
set for the evening by bowling
368. Al Reisman's bowling pro-
vided the highlight of the eve-
ning His team, the Supermen.
had to win from the Bombardiers
;n order to tie the Rangers for
first place, so Al came through
with spares in the last frames of
both the first and second games.
helping his team materially in
winning 3 out of 3 from the Bom-
bardiers, In the other games
played, the Rangers beat the
Tigers 2 out of 3. the Canadian
Aces took 3 straight from the Mi-
amians. and the Hi-Fliers won
from the Termites by taking 2
fhi rJ ~S Xh}nf "n2w *?d!' Greater"* Miami!"which
Rangers and the Supermen y" sponsored
- % f'i!LPlaCt'- Jafh ,h3,V P0^ that the all-dav outing held
1 t ,- g3meS and iSV4 : Sunday at Greynolds Park
the Tigers are in second p.ace WM a ji aff-.lr A11 nf .,,.
20 wins and 19 losses, the J JjJ gg W.A a, c^e
Miamians in third place with 19 ed participated in touch-foothill
urns and 20 losses, the Canadian JSJgSSi%&fSSSffl
Aces and Bombardiers are tied and horse ha.-w nfim.. t
th 18 wins and SSuSkPrftof'tttki Tur-
ners are ni5hed by ..Pop- BtTkowltz aunrd
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
area are as follows.
Late Friday evening services
of event; will be held at the "Y" will be conducted at Beth David
Wednesday. Dec. 1. at 8:15 p. m. : at 8:15 o clock. Rabbi Max Sha-
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi P'ro will conduct the services and
Emeritus of Temple Israel, will. Cantor Louis Hayman and the
speak at that time on "Yochanan I choir will officiate In view ol
Ben Zaccaithe Beginning of the "Jewish Book Month thru-
Exilic Judaism." Rabbon Yo- out the Lnited States Rabbi Sha-
chanan Ben Zaccai is credited P'ro will discuss
with the vision and farsighted- "Damaged Books,
ness which saved Judaism after
mmwwmwwwmww
1943
B'NAI B'RiTH
Notes
*v PAUL WETTZMAN
11 ft run i'iii'iii*iiriii'*ii*ii*ii*i*ii*iii**ii*iiwwi fl_*___
; All Star Army Show, Nor. 30
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. has
arranged for a staging of an All
, i Star Army Show, which will in-
Mr and Mrs. Harry Oliphant oludc the now famed Air Corps
the Roman conquest of Palestine will be hosts at the social hour j Caperers. at the Miami Beach
Those of us who are familiar with immediately after the services in High School Auditorium 1420
Dr. Kaplans brilliance, deep- honor of their son. Elmers. Drexcl Avenue. Miami Beach, on
thinking and ability to convey birthday. Tuesday evening. November 30.
thoughts to others, realize, junior services at 10:30 A. M.I Abe Aronovitz has been desig-
a wonderful evening we Saturday. | nated -as chairman and
is in
Beth Jacob Synagogue will charge of all arrangements. Tick-
have services at 6 p. m. Friday. ets will be priced at $1.00 each.
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock and $1.50 each, including tax.
the Junior congregation will meet Two hundred and fifty tickets.
in the Community building under priced at $1.50. have been set
the direction of Abraham Safra. aside in a reserved section, first
Greater*MTamV7or'thTcour^.' 0'r D^rmg the Sabbath services Rab- come first served, with the re-
have prepared for us. If it will
be your good fortune to attend,
you will long remember this pro-
gram. I assure you. I wish to
take this opportunity to extend
the sincere thanks of the YMHA
to the Rabbinical Association of I
lectures in Jewish historv being
given through the "Y" to the Mi-
ami public.
Youth Council Outing
Teddy Sakowitz. live wire
president (if the Youth Council
is a
organization. Te-
rn fifth place with 1. wins and Nathan Adelman> at lunch out wiU chant the serv.
?r? h n ^ Term.tes are.tho:v together and had I ml Junior services. At 5 p
in he cellar with 14 wins and tlnu. t Ukv ou, anQd \J&Z" ns Gc-rshon will lead in
bi Moses Mescheloff will preach mamder at $1.00.
on the subbject, War Mothers.'" Tickets may be obtained from
Cantor Maurice Mamches will officers and committee chairmen
chant the liturgic melodies. All of Sholem Lodge, at the B'nai
service men will be guests at B'rith office. 650 Seybold Bldg..
the Sholosh Seudos services at Miami, and at the Beach Y. One
6 p. m. Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Late Friday evening services Sholem Lodge is looking for-
at Miami Beach Jewish Center, ward to a capacity audience on
at which, at 6 15. Rabbi Irving November 30tha deserving tri-
Lehrman will speak on the sub- bute to the Special Services Di-
ject. "A Study in Background." vision of the Army Air Forces.
Cantor Abraham D. Wolf will tr,e talented personnel of which
lead in congregational singing. nas entertained local audiences
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock ll,me wjthut number It is not
Rabbi Lehrman's subject will be <'ften *h*x ,hp Armv Entertainers
"Great Yearnings'' Cantor Wolf have ha? an opportunity to play
means fully
and members servi/"6"11*".
dues are waived ,0? \t *>
tion. This is B bta-ft *
since they first sCmed .^ 2
erous burden of coBSAfi
quent dues. And with "LtK
more than a month u>Tfm*
pears that the looo mark Jiut
reacts by the time !&*gj
Tha Lou Heiman 52
Drii
Honoring
P
Lou
The Bowling Commit- ifwouVb. aS icea for'the
- planning an affair for a"
25 li
Players in the" bowling league to Y^toC^cU* fffi &?$
be held in the next few weeksj*,,ud ,"," hi \m? J
which U will be Sgt ctt tog^h.^anJwo-uld
George Rachlin. to whom I am n .. ,
grateful for his aid in giving vou 7: rKwtx Star Softballer
bowling news, tells me that .. A,,JBerkowitz hit and pitched
1 n< w bowling league will be or- ~ne V to a. V vlctor>- over the
gai ized very soon, and he urges Coast tj-uard last Sunday morn-
ryone interested to start prae- l"R ,n their weekly softball game.
ticing up for the team try-outs '"or the.,ir?t ,ime ln hls softball
The games next Mondav nigi.t ""' Al batted 1000 per cent-
ought to be good, so why not go .--omething of which every ball
out and watch them? player would be proud. Nice go-
Cultural Proaram mR' A1 The SCOIV of thu weekly
Those of ""'STSe fortu- 8Lf^Th? "r1" UV' "f
enough to hear Professor ^a<,ri,JVt'.^a"?'11nc"Psjare.
Edwin Clarke of the University ard ,duPont Bordlon-
ol Miami re-.
10 a m.
p. m. Mor-
the Bible
class. Mincha services at 6 p. m.
and at 6:15 Sholosh Seudos ser-
vices donated by Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Spero.
to such large numbers as may be
accommodated at the Miami
Beach High School, and oft^i
they have given performances
under physical handicaps which
would nave disheartened a less
hardy group. The facilities at
the High School will be of the
a
sf. James-nd. Middleton-ss. Jew-
Schaarei Zedek Synagogue will ''L :"h '1.T' u V' 5?JV
have Kabalas Shabbos at 6:25 m \h^ ? look forward to
Friday evening at 8:30 oclofk ^fhow of top-notch entertain
late Friday evening service will i .
be conducted at which time Rabbi! H"1-1 **ou? Purchased at
Simon April will discuss the sub- A Coral Gables
ject "The Greatest Blunder of I .Announcement has been made
Mans Life." Refreshments will ^at contract for the purchase
be served immediately after the ?' a Hlllcl House at Coral Gables
services. Saturday morning at 9 has been consummated. The clos-
o clock Rabbi April's topic will inR >s.scheduled at or about the
be "Faith and Knowledge." Bible
class same evening at 5:30.
Temple Israel: During the reg-
ular Friday evening service at
8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Alan S. Green
Troy. N. Y.. will be guest
all members are
celebrating the 25th"Ann?v'er5
of the birth of Sholem l^u*
has been started to add 2Sn^
bers by the end ^.^j
new members for each of the
Lea,h- .^^uPWtob1fi2
as the Lou Heiman Class" w,
1 2- wn- meml'tr "f Sholem
Lodge who is more deserving 0f
this honor. The men who *
worked with Lou Heiman have
come to the realization that there
are few men who carry their
honors more lightly 1 r their re-
sponsibilities more conscientious-
ly than does Lou.
Sholem Lodge is lookini for-
ward to a full measure of sup-
port from the entin liiembershiD
in this drive. Co-chairman, one
for Miami and one for Miami
Beach, will be named, and a list
of captains selected to work un-
der instructions from the co-chair-
men, to assure the success of the
drive.
Compliment and CriticismBoth
Deserved
An official of the Blood Bank
Station at Florida Power & Light
told Mrs. Ida Optner. a blood
donor, that if other organiza-
tions did half as much as did
B'nai B'rith in supplying blood
donors they would bi doing a
good job.
Cpl. Burnett Roth writes that
members of B'nai B'rith are not
as interested in gifts from the
organization as they are in get-
ting personal news of activities
u Wednetiav ^T Burst-lst. Morns-rf. Upp- speaks*, and
evening at "Y" building aEree cVMu?"ft ?1Us'P- Smith-3d and "Wd lo atteno. Kecepuon
the "Ys" cultural JrogrLm Schwab-utility pitcher; YMHA. I "onorof Rabbi Green will foil
for the season got off to a beauti 5,^*m9"' and Lachovitz-C. immediately after the services
ful si The "Y" is indeed in- ?S r.1*' LoVirl<'/2r,d- Kaslick- Servicesof the Miami Jewish rnore important as news, because'
low
time this item is in print.
William Kesselman. Hillel Di-
rector at the Miami University,
is busily at work, planning to use .
the facilities of tlfe H.llef Houst ?TKaUy SonS--^
for the benefit of the Miami U
students to the fullest extent.
Retention Committee
With activities of momentous
mail. etc.
He suggested that in this respect
organizations and its members
have fallen down. He suggests
a comprehensive mimeographed
-cason got off to aPbeauti? vu*1^*1",.. ^^jJ!f*J^*cfey^B^* I i,Ile2il!^5l5,3U,^f ^e services. |^P^lnf5j>_viz.zi_nR_around tnem-j sheet! exclusively for
men. to contain all the little items
that go to make up lodge life.
This would reach mea
uncensored. no matter where they
might be on the fighting front.
about our afe crt'al,n* a lot of good-will by
playing these weekly games and
The more I think
cultural program and read
uncement sent out bv cul- K ,ds of fun at the
tural chairman Dave Willner the ^amt', rA understand the
--------------------------------------.______ coast Ciuarde
E Rackovsky will conduct *rs in good standing by the end
same
rs have stated that
they would rather play the "Y"
! than anyone else because of the
fine spirit and good sportsman-
ship of our plav,
you. softballer-
of the year.
To date, through its activities,
the roster of Sholem Lodge con-
TUomi
Convalescence
-.jChronic Cases
Made From Fresh Oranges
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wJewish Florid iai BI 2233 Ylhe Jhewiisih trinity 3&JL AJUASJAA XUjLoJkfLy 16—No. 47 Miami Beach 'Y' to Hold Members Drive Nov. 21 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1943 PRICE 10 CENTS Thc membership committee, W1 I, Nat H. Hankoff as chairman, V 1 ; start its one day membe^',,.., drive for the Y. M & W. H. f\ f Miami Beach, witha> break, for the committee at the "Y fi; i One Lincoln Road. 8 Beach, Sunday. November 'st'2v C. Myers, honorary JSSS of the Greater Miami Kish Federation, will address I committee of workers at the \kfast after which the comH& and women will start mtensive campaign by visit5g the homes of Jewish families g? the purpose of 9*g*§J& m ,emben of the Beach Y. The breakfast is scheduled to I,, h.-ld aflO a. m.. at which time the committee of workers will refinal instructions. The nittee at present consists of •hr following men and women. u to the time the committee goes out into the field, workers will be added: Jacob Luria, Dorothy Boren, Mrs. Moses Krieger, Joseph Gardner, Chester W. Prone. Stanley Kurp. Hadassah Land Celia i urig, Dr. J. A. Tucker. Benja„..„ Bronston. Sol Goldstrom. I. Louis Seligman. Maxwell Hyman, H L Rothberg. Carl Weinkle. D, Louil G. Lytton. A. J. Dwors kv Abraham Booxbaum. Mrs. A "Mass, S. A. Goodman. Max Leider, J. M. Seidenberg John B. Grose, Joseph Burakoff. E. b. SWISS TO RELEASE INTERNED JEWS Bass, C. L Kimmel, Samuel W. Shapiro, E. Marx, Edward Herr. Jack P. Marash, executive director of the Beach "Y" and Nat H. Hankoff, chairman of the membership committee, have, in the intervening weeks since plans for the membership drive were first promulgated, circularized men and women of the Jewish community giving a summary of the facilities of the "Y," its activities and its plans. During the past week announcement was made of the appointment of Arthur S. Trow, as athletic director for the Beach "Y." A schedule of athletic activities which will include instruction in swimming is now being prepared. The executive director, officers and board of directors of the Beach "Y" are hopeful that the j personnel of the membership committee will be cordially re-1 ceived into the homes of the | Jewish community and that the ( response to the appeal for the en-1 rollment of members will be | spontaneous and generous. The Beach "Y" has set a goal of one thousand members which is only a small percentage of the available and eligible Jewish families, men and women, in the community. With one thousand members as a nucleus, it is felt that the Beach "Y" could enlarge its service and facilities for the benefit of the entire community. HEALTOFCONSISTORY IN FRANCE IS ARRESTED Union Thanksgiving services under the auspices oi the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. will be held Thursday, Nov. 25th. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, from 11 to 12 A. M. All Rabbis will participate. The Thanksgiving sermon will be delivered by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Zionist District To Open Season with Rev. Evans DUTCH JEWS ARE BEING SHELTERED N SWISS PEOPLE Now York (JTA).—A proposal to grant freedom of movement fugees from Italy and France Dther Nazi-dominated counwho found temporary asylum in Switzerland but are now interned in special camps, has : taken under advisement by Swiss government. • report to this effect has ed the Hias-Ica Emigration A .nation office here from its Headquarters in Lisbon, Portugal which is maintaining constant act with the Union of Swiss ish Communities in its refugee aid work. The union ined the Hias-Ica Emigration A eiation that the Swiss auties would be prepared to ise from the camps such refwhose relatives or friends in the western hemisphere would furnish, through a recognized relief agency or bank, a financial guarantee for the respective refumaintenance for a period oi sx months. The cost of living would be estimated on the of 250 Swiss francs per th for each person. The proposal also envisages the release of refugees from labor camps if they are above the of 80 or those whose hcaltn i dition necessitates such action. STATE C. OF C. MEET EXPECTS 200 MEMBERS Between 200 and 300 members of the Florida State Chamber of merce are expected to attend annual meeting at Miami B( ich on Dec. 6, Charles L. Clem : ents, president of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce %  aid, Mmbers will gather at the Roney Plaza and Wofford hotels tm the two-day session, which will feature an address by Joseph E Daviet, former United States ador to Russia. Gov, Spessard L. Holland has accepted an invitation to address the meeting. Buy War Saving! Bonds. Geneva (JTA).—German authorities in France have arrested Jacques Heilbronner, president of the Jewish Consistory, a report reaching here this week States. The arrest took place in I Lyons. All efforts to obtain his release were unsuccessful. His present whereabouts are unknown. The report says that Jews are 'now being arrested en masse In j Nice and its suburbs, and immediately deported to an unknown destination. To facilitate rounding up all the Jews in Nice, the Gestapo is using stationery Ol !the Jewish Community to invite" Jews to come to the offices 'of the community 'where an mii portant communication awaits them." The unsuspecting Jews are arrested as soon as they apIpecr and are deported without wen being allowed to get in touch with their family. Geneva (JTA).—An estimated 15.000 fugitive Dutch Jews are being sheltered in homes of Christians to prevent their deportation from the country, according to private advices received here. The report states that the Nazi police are combing the couh: try for the Jews and are severely punishing persons in whose 1 homes they are found. It also confirms that the Jewish council of Amsterdam has been dissolved I and all its members deported. The N i e u w Rotterdamsche Courant. a German newspaper published in Rotterdam, reports that damage by vandals to homes formerly occupied by Jews in Amsterdam has been so great that the municipal council has authorized the expenditure of funds necessary to block windows and doors. Stone taken from anas bombed by the Nazis in 1940 when they invaded Holland will be used. The winter season of the Miami Beach Zionist District will be opened with a mass meeting at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center on Tuesday evening, Nov. 23, at 8:30. The guest speaker will be Dr. Richard E. Evans, well-known orator and authority on current world events. Dr. Evans, in his addresses throughout the country, is eloquently establishing the Zionist movement as an American expression of the desirability of giving the Jewish people the opportunity to redeem themselves in the program of world redemption. Dr. Evans is a great exponent of the democratic way of life and has waged unremitting warfare against Nazism and Fascism in this country. It was in 1936. when the German-American Bund was rampant in Milwaukee, that Dr. Evans, for 10 years a Presbyterian minister in that city, first came into national prominence. At that time the bund was trying, with all the venomous power at its command, to prevent the formation of a Jewish War Veterans post in Milwaukee. Dr. Evans mobilized public opinion, with the result that the bund suffered a major defeat. In the summer of 1940, he was one of the first men to make a militant anti-Nazi speech in Yorkville under the auspices of the J.W.V.. whose cause he had championed in Milwaukee and in Florida. The sponsors of the lecture hope that the general public will welcome the opportunity to listen to a distinguished speaker and will turn out in great numbers. Invitations have been extended to representatives of the Conference of Christians and Jews, as well as other interested communal bodies. The doors will be open at 7:30. Admittance is free and there will be no solicitation of funds. The Zionist Cultural Forum will not have a session this weekend. Arrangements are being made for repairing the quarters formerly used by the Spinoza Forum, at which place the future sessions of the forum will be held. ARAB LEADER BACK WEIZMANN APPEALS TO BEN-GURION_TO STAY Jerusalem .-Davidi BenGurion this week told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that h. IS hie to make any statements w "h regard to his -fe"gg which is still pending. The a e.?ine press this week reporfai that Dr. Weizmann has sent a came ifeASSSffS I negotiations there. FLORIDA PRESS ASSN. TO HAVE FALL MEETING R„sell Kay, secretary, anFlorida Press Association are be i ing completed. tion of officers will be h. Id. Zurich^^rATlTh^ tests from ?"> %  "**} e VO ked an srs SSI."** dio this week. Jerusalem (JTA).—An understanding between Arabs and Jews in Palestine in order to successfully conclude the talks for Arab unity which are now taking place in Cairo was urged this week by the Arab leader Issa Ehsaa, editor of the leading Arab newspaper Falastin, who has just returned from Cairo. Mr. Elisaa said that the Egyptian Premier Nahas Pasha, who is one of the pillars of the panArab federation movement, had told him that the Arabs in Palestine must accept the presence of the Jews in Palestine as an important factor. The Premier Stipulated, however, that the Jews An Palestine must agree to consider themselves a minority ad to partake as a direct party in the discussions on the estabshment of a pan-Arab federation which are now being conducted in Cairo. CHAPLAIN ARYAH LEV IS VISITOR TO MIAMI Nationally known figures on official government business passing through here this week included Chaplain Aryah Lev from the Chief of Chaplain's Office, who is accompanying and serv : ing as a military aide to Rabbi Barnett Brickner. Traveling with the express approval of the President and the War Department Rabbi Brickner is administrative chairman of the committee on Army-Navy religious activities of the Jewish Welfare Board, and will visit all Jewish chaplains on every front. They ; were guests at. dinner here of Nathan Rothberg. local U. S. O.J. W. B. representative. Present were the Jewish chaplains in this area. \ PLANT TREES IN HONOR OF KING OF DENMARK London (JTA).—A drive will soon be launched here to raise funds to plant a grove of trees in Palestine in honor of King Christian of Denmark as a tribute from English Jewry to the Danish monarch's resistance to the Nazi persecution of the Jews, it was announced this week. Sponsors of the project include the Danish Ambassador Count Reventlow. the Marchioness of Reading, Lord Melchett. Chief Rabbi Hertz, Simon Marks, Dr. Chaim Weizmann and Selig Brodetsky. Ill [TILT EOED BY SWEDISH CITIZENS I. N. F. PROPERTY IS TAKEN OVERLY NAZIS Geneva (JTA).—The Berlin radio this week announced the confiscation of all property owned by the Jewish National Fund in Bohemia and Moravia. It also quotel the Nazi newspaper Pariser Zeitung as reporting that the German authorities in Pans are determined to make the city judenrein" within the next six weeks. Stockholm (JTA). — Details of the German terror against the Jews of Rome are published in the Swedish press this week, revealing that most of the Jews in the Italian capital, including women and children, have been arrested by Gestapo units and deported to an unknown destination. Based on reports by Swedish citizens who have just reached I Stockholm from Rome, the newspapers confirm that the German authorities last month imposed a collective fine of 50 kilograms of gold on the Jewish community of Rome and that Pope Pius personally contributed 12 kilograms of gold to meet the fine which was demanded as ransom for prominent Jews seized by the Nazis. Although it was assumed that by paying the ransom, the Jews in Rome would be spared, further persecutions, mass raids on Jews soon followed. Thousands of them were taken from their homes and transported in Gestapo trucks to deportation centers. The Italian population is highly indignant over the Geri man terror, but is helpless to in1 tervene. the arriving Swede said. Tel Aviv (JTA).—Anxious to have as many Jewish sold.ers as nossible in the ranks of the miliurv forces which will be the first "enter the liberated countries Europe, the Jewish Nationals Council held a mass meeting here at which Jews in Palestine were uld that it is their national duty o intensify voluntary enlistment for the Jewish units now fighting on the Italian front. ••The Jewish fighters. Isaac Ben-Zvi. president of the council said, "will be the first to break down the ghetto walls in Furooean lands and to liberate fhe remnants of the Jews there. IEWS ARE HINDERING GERMAN PROPAGANDA Zurich (JTA). — Pointing out that there are about 1.000,000 Jews residing in Hungary at present, Dr. Stephen Antal, the Hungarian Minister of Information, declared this week that they constitute an obstacle to government propaganda in the country, the German news agency DNB reported. •The attitude of the Jews in Hungary toward the war is well known," the Hungarian minister is quoted as saying, "and this attitude makes effective propaganda difficult." GERMANS SLAUGHTER ALL IEWS IN BELGRADE Cairi (JTA).—A commander of the Yugoslav partisans who arrived here this week, reveals that the Germans have slaughtered the entire Jewish population of the large city of Belgrade, the Yugoslav capital. Before the war there were more than 10.000 Jews in Belgrade. BERLIN ARABS OBSERVE NAZI "BALFOUR" DAY Zurich (JTA). —Balfour Day was marked in Berlin at a protest meeitng arranged by pro-Nazi Arabs, the official German news agency. DNB, reports this week. DNB says the meeting was held in the "Central Islamic Institute" and was addressed by the exMufti of Jerusalem and Rashid Ali el Galani, pro-Nazi premier of Iraq before he was driven from the country by British troops. Buy Stamps and Bonds.



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PAGE SIX / 'JenIsti HcrkUan Ernest R. Graham, farmer and dairyman and Dade county senator yesterday announced his candidacy for governor of Florida. Sound prosperity, hased on a united Florida, with all sections of the state working in close harinany, will be the watchword of the Graham program. He points out that with the rich tourist and industrial centers serving as market outlets for farm, dairv beer, and poultry products of the north and west rural areas of the stale, at least another $4,000,000 can be put into the state treasury without a single additional tax burden. Although he has not ye! announced his complete program Senator Graham will submit that in sound business principles lies the solution of the stated financial problems and by application of these principles and without new taxes, state finances at the Wars end will be sufficient to complete the too long delayed ram for adequate old age assistance, teachers' salaries, child welfare, public health, charities, and post-war unemployment In support of this he points out that his reforms in the racing laws have proven a stabilizing influence on racing and that ^^w^^^^^w^f HAT HEN HERE 0M*t*aaaaa*a*ai •MMWMS riVI&WHA NOTES 0F MIAMI BEACH 122^*2^2* 9t crhi.s column is conducted by the. Greater Miami Jewish Federation In cooperation with The Jewish FloridIan as a community service. To Inform the oommunlt) of youi organisation's activities and to avoid conflicts in dates, phone 8*6411 ami auk for "Community Calendar." Notification mual reach Federation no later than Tueedas for publication itimt week.) KKNEST K. GRAHAM REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868 A Trustworthy Real Estate Service Ask for Free 1941 Descriptive Map .if Miami Beach RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 V1TAM.H ^TliilT. "THINK of a I Tootain. "nam dally requirements ftA "< P JyffiKs or of B CompWx ViUmine. in on. E -S 1 UhlM. fUarrnb^r the nun* ONB-A-DAT (brand ) VlUmln Tab let*. ^NERVINE! "-tl^TDr.MUa.NSC2i h-lp. to 1^ Nerrou. Trna.or, Got it at your dro* •tora. Ramd dirUori ao5 only a* directed. the added five per cent tax on none racing in his own Dade county has raised, with matching federal funds, an extra S4.000.000 tor the needy aged oi the state Graham, however, still insists racing is a business and therefon legislation should afford legitimate protection to that business and always make it possible for it to prosper, Senator Graham, now 58. has served eight years as Dade's state senator. He was horn in Croswell, Mich., educated in the public schools there and later attended Michigan state College and was graduated from the Michigan College of Mines. Senator Graham recounted that he probably is first among those responsible for the election" of Governor Spessard L. Holland and praised the present governor by saying that his keen legal mind had made possible a needed general law revision and his 'ax structure reforms have been a treat boon to Florida. 'That job, said Graham, "has been don, and done well. Now is the time for a practical and successful business man to continue this good work by taking stock of our true resources and by realizing that only in the closest cooperation and harmony between all sections of the state, can we bring to immediate reality, the true prosperity for which'our state is destined." Sam Blank was host at a lunch1 Ml ncently in Senator Graham's '• and was attended by many outstanding civic and business leaders m the ana They showered the senator with much praise and endorsement lAlka-Seltzer WHEN Umiici*. ealar Patea ar afaerjWrntac Attar" JntarteE rofm tn. toy *I. M. ROSENTHAL. M.D. Has Reopened Hi Offices at 420 LINCOLN ROAD Suite 307 Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldg. For Appointment Phone 5-2232 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 138S N. W. 7th St. p h 8-7301 Beat car* for chronic aick, convalescent and elderly people $25 WEEKLY UP %  aaaaai Large Beautiful QroundaaaaaaB Fri., Nov. 19—Forum Series, National Council of Jewish Women. "Problems of Transition Period." Beach YM&WHA 1:30 p.m. Mon., Nov. 22—Miami Chapter. National Home lor Jewish Child ren at Denver; Bingo; Beach YM &WHA. 8:00 p. m. Tues.. Nov. 23—Semi-Annual meeting, Temple Israel Congregation at Temple Israel. 6:30 p. m. Wed.. Nov. 24—Beth David Sisterhood, annual food sale. Workmen's Circle Branch No 892, executive committee meeting, 25 Washington Ave.. 8:30 p. m. Sat.. Nov. 27—AZA. Miami 322 Chapter. annual Sweetheart dance. Miami Women's Club. Mon.. Nov. If—Women's Division American Jewish Congress, general meeting; Cardiac Home, Bingo, Miami Beach Jewish Center. 8:00 p. m. Tues.. Nov. 30—Sholem Lodge B nai Bnth affair, vaudeville, entertainment, Miami Beach Senior High, 8:00 p. m. London (WNS)—Jewish leaders here last week expressed disappointment over the statement by Sir Oliver Stanley. Colon.al Secretary, to the effect that the British government contemplated no change in its White Paper DOliccy. Dr Chaim Weizmann re. tused to comment on the statement. Youth Frolics, teen age dances 'sponsored by the YM&WHA of Miami Beach proved its popularity last Sunday evening when almost 200 boys and girls came to the M Y" and enjoyed the dancing and entertainment. Featured on the program was Judy Nelson who sang for the boys and girls. Her offerings were warmly received by the crowd which was unwilling to permit her to stop singing. Judy's rendition of "Begin the Beguine" was especially thrilling. The dancers also had fun during the Broom dance when an unlucky boy had to use a broomstick instead of a girl for a partner. A special note was struck when Jack P. Marash. executive director of the YM&WHA introduced Arthur Trow, the new i physical director of the *Y." The enthusiastic reception afforded Mr, Trow augurs well for the athletic program of the "Y." Next Sunday's dance will be a pie-Thanksgiving Day dance. The "Y" will be decorated in Thanksgiving fashion with turk|eys. pumpkins and all the fixings. 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PAGE FOUR vjmlsii ncrk/lan %  h The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1943 CHESHVAN 21, 5704 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 47 THE BEACH "Y" A new institution on Miami Beach makes its first organized bid for community support and participation with a one-day membership campaign Sunday. The Y. M. & W. H. A., of Miami Beach, has made considerable progress since its inception as a physical being. The organization's program has not had sufficcient time to mature into the comprehensive one it will need to fill the wants and necessities of those it serves. The activities it has put into service present evidence and suffice to show why the Beach "Y" was organized. The use of the present "Y" building on Miami Beach by adults and children alike and by many of the other organizations show the need for coordinated direction and central planning, all of which will prove of benefit to the entire community. The Beach Y. M. & W. H. A. leaders in their enthusiasm must not forget that they are an integral part of the whole community. Their efforts must lie in a cooperative direction with that of the community in which it will play an important and feature role. ^ With that in mind we are sure the organization in its quest for members and other support will meet with gracious reception by Miami Beach residents for which it serves a much needed purpose and fills a void long felt by its residents. RABBI BARNETT R. BRICKER This week Rabbi Barnett R. Bricker passed through Miami on his way overseas on a religious mission that will take him to the far flung theatres of war operations—England, Iceland, Egypt, India, Palestine and many other points where our fighting forces are stationed. Rabbi Brickner's important trip has the approval and sponsorship of the War Department. He will speak with chaplains of all faiths. He will bring greetings to Jewish fighting men wherever he meets them and will return with their greetings to the folks at home. Rabbi Brickner undertakes this assignment at the behest of the Jewish Welfare Board's Committee on Army and Navy Religious Activities, representing Orthodox, Reformed and Conservative Jewry. Rabbi Brickner's journey parallels similar missions carried out in the recent past by Catholic and Protestant clergy, and is an indication of the parity given to Jews with Catholics and Protestants by the armed forces. Rabbi Brickner is keenly aware of the responsibility of his present mission. "I feel deeply honored to have been selected for this important task." he declared recently. "I shall be happy to undertake the responsibility of visiting our Jewish chaplains and to bring to the Jewish men in service greetings and the good wishes of the American Jewish religious community." Rabbi Brickner, who has served as the president of the Cleveland Bureau of Jewish Education, who was chairman of the Social Justice Commission of the Central Conference of American Rabbis and who has had much intimate contact with men in service during his past two years as a member of the Jewish Welfare Board's Religious Committee, is excellently equipped for his present assignment. We wish him God speed. "It is a real calamity when a national political campaign occurs during the progress of a war. There is nothing, however, we can do about that. There is one thing that we can do, however, and I hope and pray that it will be done. It is vital to the thankfulness to his Maker. Not on one day of thanksgiving On every day of his life. The occasions each day are too numerous to list, but a few instances will serve to illustrate. Climbing from the unconsciousJ ness of sleep to a consciousness of being and an awareness of wakefulness, a return of the mastery of spirit over the flesh, still drowsy, in the in-between state, the Jew recites, "Modeh oni ." "I give thanks unto Thee. O King, who livest and endurest. who hast mercifully restored my soul unto me; great is Thy faithfulness." The Jew's first utterance each and every morning is an expression of thankfulness for his life for this day. He arises, dresses, washes and—thanks God for his instruction concerning cleanliness—"ol netillos yadayim." Dressed — there follows the "Shacharith." the morning service, replete with grateful utterances, an awareness of man's dependence upon God for all man's deeds. After the morning devotions, breakfast, "Hamotzie lechem ..." The Jew thanks God for his food. Having eaten and his hunger sated—"Bentschen," grace after meals. Throughout the day there are numerous opportunities for obedience to the Law. "Berochos" on sundry occasions. A natural phenomenon, an unnatural phenomenon—each calls for an acknowledgement of man's thankfulness to God. Lightning, thunder, the rainbow, the ocean, a lofty mountain, a prince of the land, a government official, a sage learned in the law—all arouse man's sense of debt to God, expressed in a "Berochoh:" "Praised art Thou, O Lord ..." Thank you, God. The Jew takes nothing for granted. He marvels at God's love of His handiwork and provision for them. Marvels and says. "Thank you. God." Do you take your bodily functions as a matter of course? Do you think that it is so simple, relatively unimportant because it requires little cooperation from you? Not so the Jew. When he finds that the body rids itself of all waste and poisons, he utters these words. "Praised art Thou. O Lord our God. King of the universe, who hast formed man in wisdom, and created in him many orifices and vessels. It is revealed and known before the throne of Thy Glory, that if one of these be opened, or one of those be closed, it would be impossible to exist and to stand before Thee. Praised art Thou. O Lord, who healest all flesh and doest wondrously." The Jew an ingrate? He is the most God-conscious of people. No Thanksgiving Day? No. Not one. Not one day a year. But every day in the year. Not for one hour, for one brief service, but throughout the entire day. Three prescribed prayer rituals daily, all filled with thanksgiving, and numerous special tnanks-offerings during the day. "And, so to bed ..." "Praised art Thou, O Lord our God. King of the Universe, who makest the bands of sleep to fall upon mine eyes, and slumber upon mine eyelids ..." So begins the prayer before retiring at night. Gently sinking into sleepy un!" >AY, NOVEMBER i o ^ -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMdctfy Confidential -By PHINEAS J. BIRONYOU SHOULD KNOW Here's a revealing quotation from John Roy Carlso "Under Cover" which explains much about the anti-SemT* disorders in Boston Francis P. Moran, fuehrer of the N England Christian Front, gave this advice to Carlson TH only thing you can do now, of course, is to talk about Co munism and the Jews You can't touch the war "a whispering campaign is the best thing now They'd hav a hell of a time tracing it Mrs. Murphy tells Mrs Durf Ve and she tells Mrs. OToole, who tells it to Mrs. Smiuh*' Yes, these women can certainly dish it out, and by the tim they end up they've got something which every body holieves It's the safest thing to work nowadays Th e movement has friends all over the city—a lot of people her think the way I do" ... A smear campaign is being prepared against the Jewish movie moguls of Hollywood ... This time the issue will be "pro-Communist propaganda" The main targets will be the Warner brothers and Samuel Goldwyn— all of whom, incidentally, are fanatically anti-Communist. The "evidence" against them will be their production of filnu about Russia that don't knock our Soviet allies. JEWISH NEWS The controversy between David Ben-Gurion. Palestine labor leader, and Dr. Chaim Weizmann is assuming alarming proportions Ben-Gurion is standing pat on his ultimatum: Weizmann or I The Poale Zionists in this country are, however, hesitating to give him their support They are afraid of a break in the Zionist ranks—a break that would seriously affect their fund-raising activities And so tremendous pressure is being exercised on Ben-Gurion by many of his party comrades, asking him to reconsider his resignation as chairman of the Zionist Executive But in the meanwhile Ben-Gurion It remaining adamant ... A date to watch out for is December 20 On that day headlines will appear throughout the country on a matter of great significance to the Jews interested in Palestine Contrary to all expectations, the Jewish Labor Committee will not resign from the American Jewish Conference Negotiations with the British Government anent the abrogation of the White Paper are at a standstill. THIS AND THAT Broadway's Lee Strasberg, we hear, is about to desert that famed street for Hollywood, to become a movie director We congratulate Hollywood, but hope he doesn't stay away from the theatre too long Moss Hart's Air Force Show, "Winged Victory," has had its out-of-town opening, and is being acclaimed as a masterpiece Particular mention is given to the sets, which are the work of Sgt. Harry Homer Homer, if you remember, came to this country only a few years ago as a member of the entourage of the late Max Reinhardt, who discovered him in Vienna ... On his deathbed, by the way, Reinhardt expressed a desire to be buried in Palestine Meyer Weisgal tells us that after the war his last wish shall be fulfilled. war effort that questions which concern our relations with other hSoIf "n^A,, !" he borderhne iiu i i iu• Doiwecn objective consciousness nations, especialy our allies, be kept out of political campaign and God's most generous giftdiscussion. Such discussion can only possibly do injury instead of good. When we enter into discussions with another nation we should present ourselves, not as partisans, of one party or the other, but as a whole people, united in our proposals touching our relations with other nations. Partisanship, especially in war, should end at the water's edge, and we should confront the rest of the world united and undivided. The correctness of such a posture will be universally admitted. The difficulty lies in its attainment."—Frank Knox, Secretary of the Navy. ON GIVING THANKS By RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Spiritual Leader Beth Sholom Center (Editor*! Not*: This la another In a Merles of articles by the spirit mil leaders of (Jreater Miami. Hlnce this article was submitted. Ilabbi Machtel has resigned from the pulpit of Beth Sholom Center.) Thursday will be observed as Thanksgiving Day. It will be observed by Jews as well as by Christians. But, the Jews do not make of it a special ritual. It is not on the Jewish religious calendar. It is not a holiday on the "Lu'ach." Is the Jew ungrateful? Are the people accused of escaping responsibility with "Shi-phi"— "Shabbos hayom—Pesach hayom"—"today is Sabbath, today is Passover. I may not do this or that"—is that people who have so many religious festivals, devoid of a feeling of thankfulness? Did they overlook including a day of giving thanks on their religious schedule? No. The Jew is not ungrateful, not unmindful of his debt to God. The Jew has not set aside an annual Thanksgiving Day because—the Jew gives thanks every day. From the moment the Jew opens his eyes in the morning until he closes them at bedtime, his day is filled with expressions of sleep—the voice barely a whisper, come these closing verses: "Into His hand I commend my spirit, when I sleep and when I wake; And with my spirit, my body also; the Lord is with me. and I will not fear." Thanksgiving Day. Do you have to teach gratitude to a people who accepts its misfortunes in a spirit of thankfulness? What is the Jew's reaction to trouble"' Nothing so bad but that it might have been worse. Fell and broke a leg? "Thank God it wasnt both legs." Fractured a few ribs? "Thank God he didn't! land on his head. He might have been ki led. The house burned down? Thank God there was no human being at home to suffer injury or death." Thank God. Thank God. Thank Ood. .,T he Jew owes his survival to this spirit of gratitude. The Jew rolls with each blow." Suffering is increased in proportion to the resentment and the rebelliousness The sing is removed from misfortune by the spirit of acceptance of the situation, by the air of, "This isn't so bad. after all. It might have been lots worse. Once you have learned to be thankful instead of resentful, you have started on the path to health ABOUT PEOPLE Pierre van Paassen tells us that his new book, "The Forgotten Ally," will be published in the German language... In Switzerland Reports are pouring in that Nathan Straus will be drafted to run for the mayoralty of New York The Democratic Party regards him as an ideal candidate, for he has virtually no enemies among either Jewsor non-Jews... Ben Joseph, legal adviser of the Jewish Agency in Palestine, is on his way to America Ivy Low (Mrs. Maxim Litvinoff to you) will leave these shores to join her husband in Russia before the year is over ... But before she leaves she will have delivered to her publisher the manuscript of her autobiography, which she is calling "Everyone Vulnerable." WEEKLY GIGGLE The Nazis, the news reports tell us, cue trying to clamp the lid on what they call "political jokes" by outlawing them But that can't stop the most prolific source of anti-Nazi humor—the grapevine From it, for example, Harry Hershfield recently culled the story of the Jew who somehow managed to get into a Berlin radio station and begged the announcer for an opportunity to address the world over the air waves Finally the announcer gave in to his pleading to the extent of permitting him to say just one word over the radio "But remember, only one word," he warned the Jew—who then rushed over to the mike and at the top of his lungs shouted: "Help!" From this monosyllabic punchline it's an easy transition to the anecdote of the two Berliners who, huddled together in an air raid shelter, got into a con; verBation and pretty soon were swapping jokes Hans' tales, however, were all rather long-winded, and Fritz finally remarked upon this trait "Don't you know any shorter jokes?" he asked "Sure," replied Hans, "I even know the shortest joke in the world—but I'll have to whisper it to you" And, so softly that no Gestapo agent could hear, Hans told Fritz: "We'll win the war." and happiness. The Jew who is "mekabbeil yesurim be'ahavoh," who accepts his suffering (chastisement) in love and gratitude, converts his "curses" into "blessings." It isn't what happens to you that matters; it's how you react to it. The Jew reacts in a spirit of gratitude. What's that? The Jew has no Thanksgiving Day? u N< J'. Not S ne The Jew is thankful to God all dsy, every day. ASK FOR BEACH LISTINGS An urgent plea to every Miami Beach property owner who nd an apartment, a home or a room for rent, to list them with tne Miami Chamber of Commerce. was made by I. N. Parrish. execu tive secretary. "The rental situation here beginning to border on tne acute," Parrish said XBS£ should be a Urge number oi cancies."



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r mA Y. NOVEMBER 19, 1943 ;~^TFRMIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE G"** 1 of The Jewish Welfare Board +Jewish fhrMian PAGE SEVEN l£inH.2 M M I ,MITT PROJECT Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Serrice OPENING WEEK OF WITH LOCAL BOYS Teresa Aronion. daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. G. Aronson, who U been taking a course in nurs• it the Jackson Memorial uLital. has joined the WAVES and will take her boot training Hunter College. N. Y., after ^ hic h she expects to enter the Naval Hospital. From Miami Senior high school tn a college engineering course provided by the army, is the proL made by B. Benjamin Golt„, 18 of 1784 S. W. Fifth Street. now -tationed at Fort Benning. Ga This was revealed Wednesday in ;i letter received from him by" Mrs Helen R. North, radio instructor in the program of vocational training for war production workers in Miami. Young Geltner last year took a radi.> course under Mrs. North an d qualified as a licensed operator Soon after entering the army Ins special qualifications were recognized, and he wrote he wu> assigned to a specialized training program. Mr. and Mrs. Manny Weinkle spent the weekend in Miami. Mr. Weinkle is attached to the Key Weft navy station. KESSLER FIELD. Biloxi. Miss \ iv. 19—2d Lt. David W. Dechoviti. Chemical Warfare Servic officer, has reported for dutv at this unit of the Army Air Forces Training Command. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham DechoVitz. 353 W. 75th Street. New York City, and is a former resident of Miami Beach. Lieutenant Dechovitz is a graduate of the Chemical Warfare Service Officers Candidate School at Edgewood, Md. LET US KNOW ABOUT IT You are proud when a sister, brother, friend, sweetheart or relative in the armed forces receives a promotion or is cited for valiant behavior. Let the rest of us share that pride with you. Notify your local War Records Committee, phones 2-1141—9-1323 or write Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida, of his or her promotion, distinction or award so that it may get on the permanent record of the Jewish community and so that it wins whatever further recognition it deserves. NAT ROTH, Chairman War Records Committee Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee OBITUARIES SOL WILSON Sol Wilson, 63, retired Miami realtor and resident here for 25 years, died Sunday night in Elkins Park, Pa., after an illness of two years. He had gone there for treatment. Wilson owned a home here at 328 S. W. 15th Avenue, where he resided with his wife. His son, Julius, left immediately to attend! Bringing to a close tomorrow the funeral. night the greatest opening week An Flk a Mnnn anH mpmh*.r' o f f? re ynound racing in Florida's daughter, Mrs Louis Green EN tendance and mutuel records into kins Park; his son, Julius, and four grandchildren. Pfc. Abraham Strom was wounded three times during the North African campaign—at Algiers, in Morocco and in Tunisia. At present he is recuperating from his wounds at Halloran General Hospital, Staten Island. Pfc. Strom enlisted in the Army Air Forces two and a half years ago. Before that he worked as assistant manager in a Brooklyn. N. Y., grocery store. Funeral services and were in Philadelphia. burial Minna Dorn, Jewish Welfare Board representative in Little Rock. Ark., has added something new to the shopping service at the local USO club. Miss Dorn may be seen chasing around Little Rock these days, hurrying from jewelry store to jewelry store and trying on wedding and engagement rings. It is part of her many services to soldiers— men. in this case, who are about to enter the fast-slamming portals of matrimony. Miss Dorn uses her left hand for modelling the rings. Quite a few of them have been chosen in this way, and "surprisingly," Minn;* reports, "the brides have been most grateful." MORE INTER-FAITH AMITY When Christian Chaplain N. W. Lovely went to sea on a destroyer some months back, he took along religious equipment supplied by the Jewish Welfare Board so that he might conduct services for Jewish seamen during the voyage. That voyage has since been completed, and Chaplain Lovely recently wrote the following letter to the board: "This is just a note of appreciation for your help to me in my effort to give some kind of religious leadership to men of the Jewish faith during the days of our Pacific passage. "It will always be a treasured memory to me—the way your fellow Jews came together to carry out their Sabbath evening prayers. I shall always remember your courtesy and I trust that I may have been able to show you as much to respect in the liberal Christian church as you have shown me in the Jewish tradition. Some day soon the world will return to peace and we shall live as brothers in a country of freedom and tolerance. Meanwhile, God bless you." FROM HARRIET TO HITLER Maj. Ephraim B. Cohen, 27, of Minneapolis, has been awarded the Air Medal for heroism in aerial combat in the South Pacific. Formerly cited by his commanding officer for his work as an air force surgeon in the Solomons, Major Cohen earned the latest award as crew member in one of 12 Flying Fortresses that took part in a raid on enemy shipDing in the Solomons. The formation had just completed a bombing run over Kahili Airfield when they ran into a group of SAMUEL F. HYMAN Samuel F. Hyman, 75, a New York attorney before he retired and came to Miami Beach five years ago, died Monday at his home, 1570 Meridian Avenue. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jessie Hyman. Services were conducted Tuesday by Rabbi Irving Lehrman in Riverside Memorial Chapel. Burial followed in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. the books, looks to the coming week and another schedule of thrilling greyhound racing. From the Inaugural Stakes last Monday night, a breath-taking photo-finish event which was won by B. E. Randle's Wintime, through each succeeding night's 12-race program, the dogs, nave turned in the best early season form in West Flagelr's history. Mony of the feature race winners have posted running times usually tallied in midseason which is a fair indication that the current 86-night meeting will see new track records established. MICHAEL N. IMATT During the past week, in addiMichael N. Imatt, 46, of 81.0 tion to Wintime's Inaugural Stake 11th Street. Miami Beach, died victory, a notable band of Monday. He came here five' younger dogs have come to the years ago from New York and I judges' first to prove the favorformerly was engaged in the speites of last year have a tough ascialty plating business. Surviv'signment if they are to hold their ing are his wife, Mrs. Raya Imatt; '"hot box" ranking. Such younga son, Alexander Imatt; Army Air Corps at the University of Mississippi, and a daughter, Mrs. Alexander Rogers, Boston, and his in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Baruch sters as Rubette, Hill Billy, Deep Springs, Hick Hines, Mortify Me, Sea-Bee and others have shown in brilliant form. The mutuels have thrilled the Holman. Services were held, patrons and though favorites Zeros. Major Cohen took an ac. Wednesday at Riverside Memohave dominated each program, live part in the ensuing battle, r j a l Chapel with burial in Mt. i the longshot followers have had helping to shoot down several. N ebo Cemetery. their inning along with the quincnemy planes. The major had iela wage rers who have scored been in service since August. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HAS several payoffs well over the J93 ?-, „ Hc as S ent l .u ASqilMFn HOSPITAI LEAD 5 200 mark The daily double Field Hawaii, at first, then transASSUMED HObPITAL LLAD and third gr been ferred to the Solomons. A seven-member ex ec utive formful and the payoffs I committee of the Jackson Memou* b consistently 10 to 20 2d Lt. Hyman L. Goldberg, 26. rial Hospital medical staff asP?y Deen consistently 1U to M of New York City, who insisted, sumed duties as medical directing, u on staying at his bombsight and agency of the hospital with Nurse !" PWams each weekday releasing his bombs on enemy Alice I. Mustard designated as night.get underway; at_8_o clock, ships after he was severely WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED 8HOCHET MRS. OEORQE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIO, Vice-Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec. Executive Committee M" Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman, Maurice Groiimin, Uouii Heiman, Dr Jacob H. Kaplan, Mre. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alex""" F. Millar, at Roth, Fred Sn-chet. Milton Sirkin, Joaeph Stein. Mra. Herman Wallach. Carl Weinkle. George Wolpert, Harry t^kernick. Lt. Philip Feinglass of Baltimore celebrated his fiancees birthday last week: he went on his 19th air raid over Europe. In observance of the occasion. Feinglass, a Flying Fortress bombardier, launched a series of bombs over the target bearing the salutation. "Compliments of Harriet." his fiancee's name. "The raid was a Tip-snorter, he wrote home afterwards, and we made a very good job of our objectives." ..... Harriet is Harriet Hirschorn, ot Baltimore, who was thrilled to learn that Phil "presented some calling cards to the Axis in honor of her birthday, but wishes he would hurry up and win the war so she could stop describing herself as a "fiancee -such a bother to pronounce, as compared with "wife." AC Robert J. Schweiger. 25. of Teaneck. N. J., was killed some months ago in the crash of an army training plane near Bush Field Augusta. Ga. A graduate oBengen Junior College Cadet Schweiger was in service less than a year. Lt. Col. John E. Davis. 52. of Columbus. O.. was killed early this month in an air crash at Charl^oix. Mich. He served in wounded in flight by an exploding shell, has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. Lieutenant Goldberg's plane, was on a high-altitude flight said over the North African coast, set to attack enemy shipping off the coast. Suddenly a .20-mm. cannon shell hurtled through the air and struck Goldberg in the back. The shell administrative assistant to thcl?."** are available from Burcommittee to carry out its orders : d ine s .first street entrance and and policies. I o ver l h K e R d Adams bus line Services of a full-time medical 1 f rom the 0 Pr fessional building director are being sought, Curry station. 218 N. E. Second Ayesaid. The committee will act, n ue Horse and wagon lorries only until a director is appointed. ope J%\ e ,. fT om the .*Zg ^Y 6 "," 0 The committee includes Drs. |d 37th Avenue at West Flagler W. L. Fitzgerald, M. Jay Flipse, Street terminals Scheffel H. Wright, Walter C. Jones, A. D. Amerise, H. Colquit Pearson and M. C. Wilson. Dr. mittee and Dr. Jones assistant chairman. violence of the discharge hurled Goldberg from his bombardier's seat to the floor of the plane. The lieutenant lay there, with a four-inch hole in his back, his New York (JTA). —Declaring that the present Jewish world tragedy transcends all past needs, Paul Baerwald, honorary chairman of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, anNew York.—A special legal j nounced this week that leaders committee charged with drafting i^Mrfcjg Jewry.representing | a memorandum on the subject of !" im unrt.es throughout the muscles lacerated, unable to. ibe d anti-propaganda United States will gather on move. Lt. B. Aiken. of the Royal f a J e slation w n as appomUd this Sunday Dec. 5^ at the CommoNavy Volunteer Reserve, who 11 *JJ b Archie H Greenberg, dor f Hotel in New York City to Volunteer Reserve, who was in the bombardier's compartment as an observer, tried to offer Goldberg first aid. The bombardier refused. NaUonaY Con^der, TelrT.^ I f^wJ JfcJSg" %  $"£• War Veterans of U. S. Composed J j* 4 C on the problems of imof 35 outstanding jurists and lawmediate and Pcf-war rescue and yers throughout the country, the i rehabilitation of millions of Jew"M.ndful only of his responsi^ ommitt ee will consider the pros fcffS*^ The meeting b.lity as„lead bombardier forMs and cons 0 f W^J9^SSJ^\VASJSP^element, according to the official citation issued by his bombardment squadron commanding officer, Goldberg demanded that he be lifted back to his bombsight While others in the plane held accordance with the resolution he declared, will provide for adopted at the recent encamp; Amencar.Jews "a forthright anment calling for the passage of ijwer to .their many questions as E5 l nd C rkra^ 5 f "*" Mft the L?£ £ SS! 0, ln annouldng^he'appointment ilar. can enlarge its services to of this committee, Commander meet present and future need. Greenberg pointed out that the "The realities of the world situproposal "does not mean that we ation," Mr. Baerwald aserted, abandon hope in the process of "demand a constructive approach counter propaganda, education : to the\ problems of bringing rehim upright in his seat, he synchronized his sights on the tarret He released two bombs. Me •eported "Bombs away. He •losed the bomb bay doors. TL nline seed toward the base and democratic understanding lief and emigration aid to the rHrome When it arrived. Goldnor does it mean that we put all Jews of Europe. We who deal rdrome. wncui *< %  .. .._ „ ; ,u ;~ v% nicuoo n( a law dav in and dav out with Jewish the last war. emerging as a cap tain and remained '|V h w l *f u \ he Corps. When war brokt out ht was recalled and given the ranK of maior He was a member of the Boyden Road Temple and B'nai B'rith. jur faith in the passage of a law day in and day out with Jewish withou* the backing of public I needs all over the globe are conopinion to sustain that law. tinually aware that good-will and brave resolutions alone will not Atlantic City (JTA).—The hope ; solace a tearful mother or a hunthat Ecuador would receive free j gry child. Shortages of supplies, immigration from Europe was exlack of shipping space, and repressed in a speech before the strictions which the very war itcouncil of the United Nations self imposes are tangible things „„. ..— i Relief and Rehabilitation Admini which the J. D. C. or any other gesture." said the otticiaiciidiiuii. Duran Bellen,, realistic agency in the field comes "since these and other bombs of g !" ^ consul-general at up against daily. But despite the flight cau s c l d .u ,n l m K hi "inNew York and his country's delethese handicaps the record shows here's wounds had become so painful that medical officers were unable to lift him from his seat at the bombsight. An intravenous anesthetic was then administered inside the plane. Then the bombardier was removed to a nearby hospital. -Nor was his action a 1 ..ture." said the officia' 7 since these and other ger to the target through his un erring skill." SOUTHEAS^^LESMENS Langford Building STANDARD WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 149 N E. 10th Street TOOLEY-MYRON STUDIOS DuPont Building ,____, ABESS & COSTAR Firat National Bank Building COWEN'S SHOE STORE 155 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. FLORIDA LINEN SERVICE 100 K. W. 2tth Street LAND-O-SUN DAIRIES, Inc101 Alton Road MANHATTAN DISTRIBUTORS 110 N. W. 4th Straat SAM MEYERS 111 South Miami Avenue gate here. ithat J. D. C. work is on the inDuran Bellen said he hoped crease." that "such inhuman expressions as 'refugees seeking protection' | Johannesberg (JTA).—The first may disappear and be replaced direct report concerning the situby free emigration from liberated I ation of 20,000 Jewish refugees countries coming to the Americas crammed into a ghetto in Shangin search of elbow room and new i hai by the Japanese authorities homes, and assisting us in mainI was given in Port Elizabeth this tainine ever higher and purer;week by Laura Margohes, reprethe torch of liberty." sentative of the Joint Distribution Committee, who is among the American repatriated from Japan on the Swedish ship Gripsholm under an exchange arrangement. A reception for the Jewish repatriates was given by the Jewish community of Port Elizabeth when the Gripsholm reached there. Speaking at the reception. Miss Margolies described the pitiful plight of the Jews in the Shanghai ghetto. Interviewed after his speech, Duran Bellen told of the satis! faction in his country with refu'gees who have settled there. i After the war, he said, a commission should go to Europe to ar' range for the sending of immiI grants, and other groups should I come from Europe to arrange for their reception in the western hemisphere. Such commissions, he added, might well arise from the work of UNRRA.



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/ t V I JEEIGHT *Jt*U9tikrH*m %  2£^J22?i9. NOTES OF Y. M. //. A. SAM -bySILVER more enthusiastic I am about it. The next program on the series what Bowlers "Hot" Well, sir, some of our blowiers went hog-wild at the Palace Alleys (22nd Street and N. Miami Avenue) last night! The league winds up this season at the same place next Monday night, so the boys are really putting on the steam in the stretch. Maurice Schemer broke all records for individual games by bowling 148. and will probably win honors for high individual game for the season. Marty Milstein. an old standby, came through with high set for the evening by bowling 368. Al Reisman's bowling provided the highlight of the evening His team, the Supermen. had to win from the Bombardiers ;n order to tie the Rangers for first place, so Al came through with spares in the last frames of both the first and second games. helping his team materially in winning 3 out of 3 from the Bombardiers, In the other games played, the Rangers beat the Tigers 2 out of 3. the Canadian Aces took 3 straight from the Miamians. and the Hi-Fliers won from the Termites by taking 2 fhi RJ„ ~ S Xh } n f£ n 2 w *£? d Greater"* Miami!"which Rangers and the Supermen • y" sponsored % f 'i!L PlaCt 'J a f h h3 ,V P 0 ^ that the all-dav outing held 1 T ,- g3meS and i S V 4 — : Sunday at Greynolds Park the Tigers are in second p.ace WM a !" ji a f f -. lr A11 nf .,,. 20 wins and 19 losses, the J JjJ gg W A a c ^ e Miamians in third place with 19 ed participated in touch-foothill urns and 20 losses, the Canadian JSJgSSi %&£fSSSffl Aces and Bombardiers are tied and horse ha.-w nfim.. T„ th 18 wins and SSuSkPrftof'tttki Turners are ni5hed by .. Pop BtTkowltz a u n r d In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end announced by the Greater Miami area are as follows. Late Friday evening services of event; will be held at the "Y" will be conducted at Beth David Wednesday. Dec. 1. at 8:15 p. m. : at 8:15 o clock. Rabbi Max ShaDr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi P'ro will conduct the services and Emeritus of Temple Israel, will. Cantor Louis Hayman and the speak at that time on "Yochanan I choir will officiate In view ol Ben Zaccai—the Beginning of the "Jewish Book Month thruExilic Judaism." Rabbon Yoout the Lnited States Rabbi Shachanan Ben Zaccai is credited P'ro will discuss with the vision and farsighted"Damaged Books, ness which saved Judaism after •MMWWMWWWMWW 1943 B'NAI B'Ri TH NOTES *v PAUL WETTZMAN 1 1 ft run i' iii ii i*i i r iii ii ii ii i ii ii i* ii ii wwi fl_ ; All Star Army Show, Nor. 30 Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. has arranged for a staging of an All i Star Army Show, which will inMr and Mrs. Harry Oliphant oludc the now f amed Air Corps the Roman conquest of Palestine will be hosts at the social hour j Caperers. at the Miami Beach Those of us who are familiar with immediately after the services in High School Auditorium 1420 Dr. Kaplans brilliance, deephonor of their son. Elmers. Drexcl Avenue. Miami Beach, on thinking and ability to convey birthday. Tuesday evening. November 30. thoughts to others, realize, j un ior services at 10:30 A. M.I Abe Aronovitz has been desiga wonderful evening we Saturday. | nated -as chairman and is in Beth Jacob Synagogue will charge of all arrangements. Tickhave services at 6 p. m. Friday. ets will be priced at $1.00 each. Saturday morning at 9 o'clock and $1.50 each, including tax. the Junior congregation will meet Two hundred and fifty tickets. in the Community building under priced at $1.50. have been set the direction of Abraham Safra. aside in a reserved section, first Greater*MTamV7or'thTcour^.' 0 'r D^rmg the Sabbath services Rabcome first served, with the rehave prepared for us. If it will be your good fortune to attend, you will long remember this program. I assure you. I wish to take this opportunity to extend the sincere thanks of the YMHA to the Rabbinical Association of I lectures in Jewish historv being given through the "Y" to the Miami public. Youth Council Outing Teddy Sakowitz. live wire president (if the Youth Council is a organization. Tern fifth place with 1. wins and Nathan A delman> at lunch out wiU chant the serv. ?r? h n • ^ Term.tes are. t ho:v together and had I ml Junior services. At 5 p in he cellar with 14 wins and tlnu T Ukv ou an Q d \J&Z" ns Gc-rshon will lead in bi Moses Mescheloff will preach mamder at $1.00. on the subbject, War Mothers.'" Tickets may be obtained from Cantor Maurice Mamches will officers and committee chairmen chant the liturgic melodies. All of Sholem Lodge, at the B'nai service men will be guests at B'rith office. 650 Seybold Bldg.. the Sholosh Seudos services at Miami, and at the Beach Y. One 6 p. m. Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Late Friday evening services Sholem Lodge is looking forat Miami Beach Jewish Center, ward to a capacity audience on at which, at 6 15. Rabbi Irving November 30th—a deserving triLehrman will speak on the subbute to the Special Services Diject. "A Study in Background." vision of the Army Air Forces. Cantor Abraham D. Wolf will tr,e talented personnel of which lead in congregational singing. na s entertained local audiences Saturday morning at 9 o'clock ll me w j th ut number It is not Rabbi Lehrman's subject will be <' ften h x ,hp Armv Entertainers "Great Yearnings'' Cantor Wolf have ha ? an opportunity to play means fully and members servi/" 6 11 *". dues are waived 0 ? \t *> tion. This is B bta-ft %  %  since they first £sCme d .^ 2 erous burden of coBSAfi quent dues. And with "L tK more than a month u>Tf m pears that the looo mark Jiut reacts by the time !&*gj Tha Lou Heiman 52 Drii Honoring P Lou The Bowling CommitifwouVb. aS icea for'the planning an affair for a" — 25 li Players in the" bowling league to Y^toC^cU* fffi £&?$ be held in the next few weeksj*,, ud ,","£ hi \M„? J which U will be Sgt c tt tog^h.^anJwo-uld George Rachlin. to whom I am n .. grateful for his aid in giving vou 7: r K w tx Star Softballer bowling news, tells me that %  A, ,JBerkowitz hit and pitched 1 n< w bowling league will be or~ ne V to a V vlc tor>over the gai ized very soon, and he urges Coast tj-uard last Sunday mornryone interested to start prael" R ,n their weekly softball game. ticing up for the team try-outs '" or the ., ir ? t ,ime ln hls softball The games next Mondav nigi.t •""'• Al batted 1000 per centought to be good, so why not go .--omething of which every ball out and watch them? player would be proud. Nice goCultural Proaram mR A1 The SCOIV of thu weekly Those of ""'STSe fortu8Lf^ !" Th?£ "r 1 UV f enough to hear Professor ^ a< r i ,JV t '.^ a "?' 1 1 nc "P s j are. Edwin Clarke of the University ard ,duPon t Bordlonol Miami re-. 10 a m. p. m. Morthe Bible class. Mincha services at 6 p. m. and at 6:15 Sholosh Seudos services donated by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero. to such large numbers as may be accommodated at the Miami Beach High School, and oft^i they have given performances under physical handicaps which would nave disheartened a less hardy group. The facilities at the High School will be of the a sf. James-nd. Middleton-ss. JewSchaarei Zedek Synagogue will ''L :"H '1.T' u V' 5?JV have Kabalas Shabbos at 6:25 m \h^ ? look forward to Friday evening at 8:30 oclo f k ^fhow of top-notch entertain late Friday evening service will i „.„ „ be conducted at which time Rabbi! H 1-1 ** ou ? Purchased at Simon April will discuss the sub' A Coral Gables ject "The Greatest Blunder of I .Announcement has been made Mans Life." Refreshments will ^ at contract for the purchase be served immediately after the ?' a Hlllcl House at Coral Gables services. Saturday morning at 9 has been consummated. The closo clock Rabbi April's topic will inR >s.scheduled at or about the be "Faith and Knowledge." Bible class same evening at 5:30. Temple Israel: During the regular Friday evening service at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Alan S. Green Troy. N. Y.. will be guest all members are celebrating the 25th"Ann?v'er5 of the birth of Sholem l^u* has been started to add 2Sn^ bers by the end ,„ ^.^j new members for each of the £ L ea ,h.^^ u PWtob1fi2 as the Lou Heiman Class" w, 1 2w n meml tr "f Sholem Lodge who is more deserving 0 f this honor. The men who £* worked with Lou Heiman have come to the realization that there are few men who carry their honors more lightly 1 r their responsibilities more conscientiously than does Lou. Sholem Lodge is lookini forward to a full measure of support from the entin liiembershiD in this drive. Co-chairman, one for Miami and one for Miami Beach, will be named, and a list of captains selected to work under instructions from the co-chairmen, to assure the success of the drive. Compliment and Criticism—Both Deserved An official of the Blood Bank Station at Florida Power & Light told Mrs. Ida Optner. a blood donor, that if other organizations did half as much as did B'nai B'rith in supplying blood donors they would bi doing a good job. Cpl. Burnett Roth writes that members of B'nai B'rith are not as interested in gifts from the organization as they are in getting personal news of activities u Wednetiav ^T Burst-lst. Morns-rf. Uppspeaks*, and evening at "Y" building aEree cV Mu ?"ft ? 1Us 'PSmith-3d and "Wd lo atteno. Kecepuon the "Ys" cultural JrogrLm Schwab-utility pitcher; YMHA. I "onorof Rabbi Green will foil for the season got off to a beauti 5,^* m 9"' and %  Lachovitz-C. immediately after the services ful si The "Y" is indeed in?S r 1 *' Lo V ir l < '/ 2r,d Kaslick_ Servicesof the Miami Jewish rnore important as news, because' low time this item is in print. William Kesselman. Hillel Director at the Miami University, is busily at work, planning to use the facilities of tlfe H.llef Houst £?TKaU y SonS--^ for the benefit of the Miami U • students to the fullest extent. Retention Committee With activities of momentous mail. etc. He suggested that in this respect organizations and its members have fallen down. He suggests a comprehensive mimeographed -cason got off to a P beauti? vu* 1 ^ !" 1 ",.. ^^jJ!f*J^* c fey^ B ^* I i,Il e2il!^5l5 ,3 U ^f ^e services. |^„P^l n f5j > v i z zi nR around tnem -j sheet! exclusively for men. to contain all the little items that go to make up lodge life. This would reach mea uncensored. no matter where they might be on the fighting front. about our a f e crt al,n a lot of good-will by %  !" playing these weekly games and The more I think cultural program and read uncement sent out bv culK ds of fun at the tural chairman Dave Willner the ^ amt ', r !" A understand the coast Ciuarde E Rackovsky will conduct *rs in good standing by the end same rs have stated that they would rather play the "Y" than anyone else because of the fine spirit and good sportsmanship of our plav, you. softballerof the year. To date, through its activities, the roster of Sholem Lodge conTUomi CONVALESCENCE -.JCHRONIC CASES Made From Fresh Oranges CALL R. J. WAINWRIGHT. DISTRICT MANAOER SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. BOX 6. MIAMI SPRINOS, TLA. P. O. _„ o. m.-Mi 9PHINDS, FLA. PHONE BIS FOR BALESBOOKS AND BUSINESS FORMS OF ALU '•COMPARE OUR PRICES AND QUALITY* Ask Your Local Delicateuen For the Beat e It Cocti No More services and speak at the morning hour on "The Maker of the Home." Saturday afternoon Rabbi Rackovsky will speak on "Latains somewhat over 850 memban and Eliezer." Shalosh S'oodos hers in good standing, which is scheduled for Saturday at 5:15 gs^easi p. m Daily services at 8:30 a JfeAM) f/-,. DCCT Hats off to m. and 6 p. m. The Mishnah ; — m poup meets daily at 5:45 p. m. 1 and the Shulchan Oruch group Buy War Bonds and Stamps to !" vls daily at 6:15 p. m. The help preserve Democracy. Mishnah group will hold an or— ganizational meeting Tuesday. j Nov 23rd. at 8 p. m. at the syn' ; agogue with Rabbi Rackovsky i making the address. All inter-1 ested are invited to attend. Men as well as women are welcome. Beth Sholom .Center. Miami I Beach. Religious services will I be held Friday evening. Novem1 ber 19. at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Mever Greenberg. Ohab Sholom synagogue and the Young Peoples Congregation will deliver a sermon on "The Role of the Synagogue in Modern Jewish Life." Cantor A Friedman will chant and deliver a musical program Saturday Sabbath will be held at 10 a. m. Sunday school at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Buy War Savings Bonds. KINDI fJSunRpyPark /Health Resort r.j*') '"Vj ,l*oro aSOBUtC" MIAMI 'WriA6M*..10"COU*T riOKlDA OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Diicou§ Corned Br Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meite S7th and Normal Ava. Chicago OLD SARATOGA INN Bisc.iync Boulc.ird .it 77tK Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o Clock Sundays From Noon Cnrkt.ii! Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines •til BUS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS M ll FROM MIAMI RtaCH OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT TUESDAY BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELCIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Hot Boat Bocaua* Blpjan But—Bi00Mt Baca The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. 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NOVEMBER 19, 1943 +Jewlstrhrklk*n PAGE FIVE BETWEEN YOU AND ME BY BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1M3, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. IT HIEDUR WEES BY MILTON BROWN Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. Behind the Scenes: The American Jewish Cone may soon issue a statement which will come lerenc^ ^ g^ to ^ groups which have branched ikSam the Committee lor a Jewish Army Jewh leaders are especially Incensed at the Emergv Committee to Save the Jews of Europe because e J lC 7 f a ct that this committee was responsible for SL introduction of a resolution in the Senate and the House which urges the creation of a special "Emission to plan the rescue of Jews in Nazi EuExcellent as this resolution may seem, imr Pf ant American Jewish leaders consider it harmful ^ In fact, we understand that Senator Gillette who : tjoduced this resolution in the Senate, was asked hi well known Jewish leaders to abstain from doing So was Rep. Will Rogers, Jr., before he introduced the resolution in the House Both preferred, however to act on the advice of the Emergency Committee and against the will of the American Jewish Congress, the American Jewish Conference, and others ... In terming this resolution harmful, Jewish leaders indicate that important negotiations n0W going on behind the scenes in official Washington which may bring tangible results as far as saving the Jews of Europe ... But these negotiations, in which the State Department is involved, may be hampered as a result of the Gillette-Rogers resolution, they claim ... At any rate, members of both houses of Congress, as well as high Washington officials, now have in their hands for the first time information as to the exact nature of the groups which have branched out from the Committee for a Jewish Army And this information will soon be made available to the public. The Jewish Front: A delegation of American Jews may soon proceed to Russia ... It will be composed of persons interested in establishing direct contact with the Jews of Russia, and may include even a rabbi The ideological split in the ranks of Reform rabbis is becoming dangerously wide... Serious differences are reported in San Francisco, Houston and other cities And all is not well even in the ranks of the Reform rabbinate in New York ... We also hear that the Zionist laborites are threatening the Jewish Labor Committee with a serious split in the Jewish labor movement should the committee decide to with draw from the American Jewish Conference ... The Jewish Labor Committee itself is still divided on this question One day it looks as if the opponents of the American Jewish Conference have the upper hand, while the next day the picture changes to the contrary Final decision on the issue will be taken by the Jewish Labor Committee at its annual conference which is to take place very soon ... In the meantime we learn that the interim committee of the American Jewish Conference has invited the Union of Orthodox Rabbis and the Agudas Israel of America to join the Conference ... The invitation was extended after the withdrawal of the American Jewish Committee from the Conference Both the Union ot Orthodox Rabbis and the Agudas Israel have abstained from participating in the Conference because they claimed that they were refused sufficient representation there This claim may perhaps be adjusted now. Making History: With Soviet Russia now the center of interest to Americans of all groups Maxim Litvinoff" by Arthur U. Pope, just published by tne L. B. Fisher Publishing Co., is a most timely volume ... Not only does it acquaint the reader with Litvinoff s personality, but it is also in a way a political history of the U. S. S. R. inasmuch as Litvinoff contributed to the making of that history in the international arena ... It gives an excellent picture oi Soviet Russia's foreign policy as expressed during the last 20 years by Litvinoff at sessions ol the League of Nations in Geneva and on other occasions Jewish readers interested in the human side of Litvinoff wUl find out that he comes from a very religious Jewish family in Belostok, Russia, ana that in his boyhood he religiously attended all synagogue services ... The anti-Jewish persecutions IOI the Czarist regime made him, like thousands oi oiner young Jews, a fighter for freedom From lime Meer Wallaeh he became Maxim Litvinoff, me Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs, whom the Nazis termed their "enemy No. 1" because of his devoted fight for collective security which wouia have isolated Nazi Germany and would have prevented the present war ... The road to this change was full of danger, difficulties, escapes from uzans jails, active underground revolutionary work-on well described in Mr. Pope's book ... A hard worker. Litvinoff finds relaxation at the movies, where I saw him on quite a number of occasions in Moscow and Geneva ... And nobody wouldI believe that he is a good dancer, but I can JJVJ that after havinq observed him dancing aloBiciai receptions in Moscow ... In other words: Thisi man who is so unbending when it comes to defending the position of the Soviet Union among nations, m <" the same time also a charming human being • • • OUR JEW IS H FILM FOLK BY HELEN ZIGMOND Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. Argentina this last week took on more Nazi attributes. Raids on Jewish homes were made by the newly formed political police headed by the antiSemite Leopoldo Lugones. The pro-Nazi press in Argentina continued to seek to inflame sentiment against Jews. Travelers from Argentina arriving in the neighboring South American republics were quoted as saying that the raids on Jewish homes in Buenos Aires were being made without warrants and mostly at night. Apparently, the rebuke by President Roosevelt and Secretary Cordell Hull has not stayed the Nazi influence in Argentina. The Ramirez government is determined to back Hitler to the hilt. Oil seems to be coming more and more to the fore with regard to the question of Palestine. America has no such boundless resources of oil as we had formerly thought and the great companies are looking very intently at other areas which promise to supply the fuel. Reports this week indicated that the Arabs were seeking to use oil as honey "to catch the flies." It was reported that King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia was offering American companies important concessions in return for their opposition to the creation of a Jewish State. The London newspaper, Reynolds News declared this week, however, that "there is enough oil in the Dead Sea area in Palestine to disrupt all the plans of the oil companies operating in the Middle East." The Berlin radio this week commented on the recent visit of Ivan Maisky, Soviet Vice Commissar for Foreign Affairs, to Palestine. The visit shows, said the Nazi broadcaster, that "after the war. the Soviet government will energetically insist on the immediate solution of the Jewish problem." Meanwhile, unmoved seemingly by all passing events, the British Colonial Ministry, indicated that it proposed to stand by the terms of the White Paper, under which all Jewish immigration to Palestine comes to an end in March, 1944. The Colonial Ministry did, to be exact, make one concession—but it is a technical one. The White Paper stipulated that 75,000 Jews were to be admitted by March, 1944, but due to the war, it may not be possible for that many to come in, so the British will permit some 30.000 more Jews to enter, even if they come after the doors of Palestine have been closed next March. The Russians regained the important city of Kiev this week. Kiev is the third largest city in Soviet Russia and the victory marked one of the high points of the Soviet successes. But alas, the Jewish population of Kiev was not there to rejoice in the defeat of me Nazis. The Moscow radio in fact reported that the Red Army on re-entering the city wiscovered only one Jewish inhabitant there. This lone Jewish survivor reported that 40,000 Jews were massacred by the German troops upon their occupation of the city. In Geneva, it was estimated this week that some 15 000 Dutch Jews are being sheltered in the homes of their Christian neighbors to prevent their falling into Nazi hands. The Nazi police to Ho land are reported to be combing the countryside in their hunt for these fugitives. _—. Sweden according to a report this week, plans ,o outlaw anti-Semitic and other hate Propaganda according to an announcement by the Department of JusS According to the plan, prison semences would be imposed on persons spreading untrue asZrtODITrumors. insultTor threats concerning any grO S P we 0 dent this matter is thus following in the ^test R^rg. addressing a meeting tins week he!d unSer the auspices of the ***** Mtd American-Soviet Friendship, urged that the Soviet Steward minorities be made a pattern IOf W5TS£ta outbreaks of an*.Semitic blamed for the ami; precautions ^nTaSn^saStne report' m7incidents would not have occurred. ion Q draw up a plan Creation of a comm ^ 8Urviving of immediate action desunea ^ Delving into little-known incidents, "The Hitler Gang" reveals Adolf in 1918 in a hospital where he insisted he was suffering from gas blindness. The doctors, unable to find any such symptoms, finally declared it a psychopathic condition. They knew, but it took 20 years for the world to find out Characters for the "Hitler Gang" are difficult to round up ... we don't have the types on the Hollywood range. Victor Varconi. however, has been seleated to play Rudolf Hess—remember?—that Nazi English-tourist. Emil Ludwig has a contract with Random House pubishers for the manuscript of the life of Der Fuehrer to be delivered within one year of the letter's downfall or demise. Ludwig has his pencils ready-sharpened. • • Did you know that A. J. Balaban, well-known showman, has two teen-age daughters carving out their own theatrical careers? They are Madeleine and Cheri, singer and pianist. Educated in France and Switzerland, their Frenchy act is the genuine article. of immediate, acuon extincU0 n at the hands Ie V T h TllY f Stged this week by a biof Nazi Germany wu Jf m a resolution introduced in bom o commission of m e creation by ^^Stey experts to formuffi^dfiKK&rfiS^ action delQte St sSS s urviving Jewish people of Europe *£%££; Ssr R epre8entative wm Rogers, Jr., and Joseph Clark. Jack Benny meeting the press boys after his first Hollywood broadcast said there was great gratification in touring the camps in the far corners of the world. First, as one too old to be drafted, he was doing something for those who were not. Second, the satisfaction of preparing and giving a good show. Third, the fun in seeing places he would never have visited even in peace times. Fourth, the rest he enjoyed. For the first time in years he didn't have to think about his next broadcast, his next picture, or even his income tax. Asked whether there was danger on the trip, he said the only really hazardous moment was when his p(ane flew into Italy without clearance from headquarters. They ccould easily have been shot down by U. S. gunners as unidentifiable if their pilot had been unable to contact the ground. • • Zigs-Zags: Bogey man, Bela Lugosi, wanted to spill his own blood at the Red Cross the other daywas rejected—anemic : Oscar Levant is pot-boiling a mixture on the movies following the same recipe as his "Smattering of Ignorance." Sol Lesser is a grandpop ... a son born to his daughter-in-law and son, Lt. Julian Lesser, of the Marine Corps. Even depressed looks are "verboten" in German territory now, according to a British source. Oh, Professorl Benny Goodman, King of Swing, is on the faculty roster of the Juillard School of Music. His sphere is the inter-relation of swing and classical music. Eddie Cantor, feeling chipper, told his co-workers to call him Itzik, his Yiddish name. Patsy Ruth Miller has written a play which will get a local production. Among the American civilians to be released by the Japs for reciprocal exchange is Isadore Cohen, for years M. G. M.'s general manager in the Philippines. The Nazis strenuously object to the popular private screenings of Charlie Chaplin's "Great Dictator" in Sweden ... but all their howling falls on deaf ears. Leon Schlesinger got a ticket when driving through a small suburb of Los Angeles. The judge suspended sentence when the car-tune man promised to buy a $5,000 war bond and thus fill the town's war loan quota. • • • Turnabout: When the DeMille bungalow was dedicated on the lot, C. B. got even with Sid Grauman for his long career in hand-and-foot cementry. Sid emerged from the building, stepped into a slab of fresh cement. Before he could shake loose, someone pressed his hands into the sticky stuff. "What a mess!" sighed Sid as he wiggled out. • • That rasping sound is another Washington senator sharpening his bayonet for a new jab at Hollywood. Republican Senator Walter Ploeser climbs on the isolationist disunity group against group band-wagon. He shakes a threatening first westward, and screams filmdom had better stop making any more "propaganda" pictures (which includes anti-Nazi. anti-Fascist, pro-democratic, pro-Ally. proRoosevelt, pro-Russia—everything but pro-Republican) RIGHT NOW or he will start another investigation ... and then we'll see where Hollywood stands. He will find, to his chagrin, that it stands solidly with two feet on the ground and greatly in the public's favor. An investigation would uncover to the public view countless works of good-will —films furnished for the war effort without profit, others made with profits going to war causes shorts donated for drives, campaigns ditto with theaters stars, directors, writers giving ottheir time, money, energy to the Loan drives. Red Cross campaigns, and so on ad infinitum. We know of no other industry that has contributed without profit to the war effort. Okay. Mr. Ploeser. shoot... but look out for those ricochetting bullets.


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*Jenist> Fhrkflar) %  V -: i W*^*W^W^W^W^W^WWWW^NWWX'^ ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES NATIONAL COUNCIL second lecture of the series, sponsored by the HADASSAH Miami Chapter of Hadassah has launched a campaign to sell War Bonds to pay for one or more field ambulances. The amount of Series E bonds needed for each ambulance is $2,375.00. The campaign started Nov. 8 and will continue until Dec. 31, 1943. To receive proper credit, bonds should be purchased at either Dade Federal Savings & Loan Association, 45 N. E. First Avenue. Miami or Miami Beach Federal Savings & Loan Association, Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Please mention Hadassah. Checks should be made payable to these banks. Hadassah War Bond Day with Hadassah members at special booths will be on Friday. Nov. 19, at Cowen's shoe store in the duPont building, Flagler Street. Miami and at Liggett's drug store, Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. The National Hadassah has sold $25,000,000 of War Bonds. Active in the local bond drive are Mrs. Joseph Williamson, Mrs. : William Malamut. Mrs. Gertrude Greenberg and Mrs. Charles Block. The Versailles Hotel has already turned over a substantial sale of bonds to the Hadassah organization. ORTHODOX CONG. The sisterhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will sponsor a card and bingo party at the YMHA, 1567 S. W. Fifth Street, Monday evening, Nov. 22. at 8 o'clock. Mrs. M. Mandel is chairman of the affair, assisted by Mrs. Joseph Rackovsky. Their committee includes Mrs. S. Jacobson, Mrs. R. Sakowitz. Mrs. H. Pearl and Mrs. M. Green. An elaborate and cultural program featured the installation of the Sisterhood last Sunday evening. Welcomed by Mrs. Leon Kaplan, president of the organization, the audience heard addresses by Mrs Benjamin Sherry of Chicago, who for 22 years has been secretary of the old-age home there, and Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader. Mrs. Leon Kaplan installed the officers in a candlelight ceremony and Mrs. Joe Zalis, incoming president, responded. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, pioneer Miamian, made a brief address. Mrs. A. I. Orlansky presented a gift on behalf of the sisterhood to Mrs. M. Mandel. retired head. A musical program included selections by A. Drucker. Miss M. MaQuaw. Mr. M. Beloff and Rabbi Rackov| sky. The Forum ^ National Council of Jewish Women, Miami section, for the bene' fit of the Council Scholarship : Fund, will take place Friday, Nov. 19. 1943. at 1:45 p. m. at I the YM&WHA. 1 Lincoln Road. i Miami Beach Post-war problems with special emphasis on the position of the Jew in the post-war world is %  the theme for these Forums. At this Friday's meeting the speaker will be the Rev. Joseph Barth, : who will discuss "Problems of I Transition Period." The Rev. Mr. Barth and Mrs. Herbert Schwarz, Forum chairman, may be heard in an interview on Station WQAM Thursday morning at 10:30. The broadcast has been arranged by Mrs. Alaine Powell who edits "Woman's Page of the Air," feature of this station. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S ^ MIZRACHI B. 6, P. HADASSAH PIONEER WOMEN The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami. Chapter No 1. held its meeting at Beth David Talmud Torah at which time the election of officers took place The following were elected: President. Mrs. I. Rosengarten; vice president, Mrs. Lena Minses; financial secretary. Mrs. I. Shapoff; corresponding secretary and treasurer. Mrs. D. Friedman. The committee chairmen appointed were: Corresponding secretary and chairman of the national fund. Mrs. Henry Seithn; co-chairmen of the national tund, Mrs. N. Shepsenwohl of Miami and Mrs. Kaplan of Miami Beach; child rescue fund. Mrs. I. Rosengarten; cultural. Mrs. D. Friedman; publicity. Mrs. Max Shapiro; sunshine. Mrs. N. Ratzker; membership, Mrs. J. Silvus assisted by Mrs. Henry Seitlm and Mrs I. Rosengarten Board of directors: Mrs. Pearl Redman. Mrs. S. Levitt, Mrs. E. Gordon. Mrs I. Dorf and Mrs. S Levin B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS The educational meeting of the B. & P. of Hadassah will be held Monday evening. Nov. 22, at 8:30 at the Beach YMHA, 1 Lincoln Road. Mrs. Edward I. Lovitz^ who has just returned from the National Hadassah convention recently held in New York, will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Lovitz. present president of the Senior Hadassah, will discuss important information and true facts >>f the present and post-war problems facing world Jewry. The public is cordially invited. SCHAAREI ZEDEK The Mizrachi of Miami met with great success at its meeting. with a large number of guests and visitors present A program of activities was worked out for the coming season. The first event is a Melaveh-Malkeh to be held Dec. 5 at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Avenue, Miami. A committee was appointed headed by Mr. L. Lazar and Mrs. R. Sakowitz. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky adi dressed the gathing about the JBalfour Declaration and the ; White Paper, in connection with i the tragic situation of European Jewry, and expressed his most vehement protest against the White Paper and its execution. BETH DAVID Beth David Sisterhood's annual food sale, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Samuel Traurig, will take place all day Wednesday, Nov. 24, at the Globe shoe store, 30 N. E. First Street. Only homebaked pastries will be sold. Members and friends are asked to purchase their cakes, cookies and pies on that day for the Thanksgiving holiday. BETO^OLOM'CSTK Sholom Center Vi V at ^th Alexander Miller, iocafrt/' representative, wasth D L speaker, the congregation^? mentation of a „.: Z S TP Chai • r men i bln s Pke senting a beaut.ful'col? '" P r Rabbi S. M. Mach,;, *^ h *> P* 8 *. 8 ? l £_ e Presentation of r< man. Mr. Charles S T,,h£ hair n spoke signed to assume the dinW F" of Mt. Nebo CemeU.,? lrc S rs h'P bin expressed the Iff, „e To the members and |„f Ctl0n Rabbi Machtei's in V's'Tft Sholom will continue. Beth DENVER CHILDsloS at A tr a V a M n iw^A eSA ;7^ Road on Monday, foc-v 22 ,?, P m., for the benefit % ,u Greater Miam. Cha, n J" National Home for Jewish ru? dren at Denver. ChlU An installation of the new BBG chapter called the ALS was held last Saturay night at Charlotte Blumberg's home. 1285 S. W. 19th Terrace. A pot-luck supper to which every one contributed was held. Sixteen out of 27 members and their three advisers. Mrs. Alex Cohen, Mrs. Milton Friedman land Mrs. Nat Blumberg. were present. Mr. Milton Friedman, president !of AZA boys, installed the following of fleers President, Rosetta Kline; 1st vice president. Thcda Elaine Lazarus; 2nd vice president, Norma Schwartz; recording secretary, Donna Seldm a n; corresponding secretary, Toby Ritwe; treasurer, Charlotte Blumberg. and historian. Bernice Sidle. After the installation a dance was held. Congregation Schaarei Zedek's I Auxiliary will sponsor a card I party this Sunday evening at 8 o'clock in the synagogue. 1545 S. W. Third Street. Hostesses will be Mrs. Dave Kleber and Mrs. S. Kostoff. BETH JACOB Beth Jacob's Sisterhood announces its coming membership tea. Dec. 6, at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. 711 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach. DRINK PLENTY OF Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME 3-GAUOX BOTTLE 60C CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 7 5c Plus Bottle Deposit PHONE 2-4128 JEWISH WA RVKTCThe Jewish War Veteran's n f Freda Markowitz Post N 0 n i will hold their regular meet hi at Beth David Monday Zn$ Nov. 22 at 8 pm. Isidor Fe.den state regional vice-commander' will be present. The Ladies Auxiliary will also hold its meetine They will discuss plans for ve* erans hospitals, convalescent service men. and victorv canteen work. Minnie Kline, president of the local chapter, has been appointed at national aide Sylvia Sherman, Cell,, Lowe and Betty Alpert will serve refreshments in the Thanksgiving motiL JEWISH CONGRESS Friday Review, sponsored by the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, will meet next Friday, November 26, at 2 p. m. at the YM&WHA. One Lincoln Road. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review Pierre Van Paassen's latest book, "The ForJ otten Ally," in celebration of ewish Book Week. B. B. AUXILIARY BEACH B. B. GIRLS_ Last week the Miami Beach Bnai B'nth girls met to discuss the distribution of Chanuka baskets and a Chanuka dance as part of their activities. Tuesday evening the girls were addressed by Dr Arthur Brandt on current eve n t s at a meeting at the YM&WHA of Miami Beach. The meeting was followed by a social joined in by the AZA. Unanimously nominated t o serve as officers of the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'nth Auxiliary at %  recent meeting WIT<: President, Mrs S. B. Miller; 1st vice presi! dent. Mrs. Milton Friedman; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Gary Glatt' corresponding secretary, Mrs. M! G e r s t e i n; recording secretary, Mrs. Max Borenstein; financial secretary. Mrs. W. M. Bergman; treasurer. Mrs. A. Edelman. and monitor. Mrs. Sam Silver. There were 13 directors nominated, of which 10 will be elected at next meeting. Peace of Mind Freedom from Fear The normal instinct of the average man is to protect himself and his loved ones against the uncertainties of the future. Man provides protective measures to "cushion" the shock. Most of the things you insure against never happen. Your home is not burglarized. Your car is not stolen, does not catch fire, is involved in no accident that results in a damage suit. You suffer no physical mishap to make you a claimant under the accident policy, nor do you, for the most part, have to use your hospitalization privileges. MAN PROVIDES PROTECTION AGAINST THE SHOCK OF THESE FOR THE SAKE OF HIS PEACE OF MIND, HIS FREEDOM FROM FEAR. HAVE YOU PROVIDED FOR THE INEVITABLE? IS YOUR MIND AT PEACE FOR YOURSELF AND YOUR LOVED ONES? Our Director. Rabbi S. M. Machtei, will confer with you at your invitation. Phone 3-3720 Florida's Most Beautiful Burial Estates MOUNT NEBO ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI West Flagler Street at 54th Avenue BUSINESS OFFICE 914 OLYMPIA BUILDING A VISIT WILL CONVINCEYOU



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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1943 +JewisliFk)rldr/ar) PAGE THREE W*^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^MMM ^ II SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS _i_ n _n < i i i' i *n* i IWMHHd i *n'n'i < "xx> %  Mrs Morris Brenin and chil,,.-,.„ Alice and Barnett. of umoklyn are visiting her sister5 Mrs. Celia Segal. 496 ft S W. 18th Road. They will spend t h e winter here. Mr and Mrs. Harry Hacker of 410 N W. 18th Avenue particioated in a family reunion when their daughter. Lt. Roslyn Hacker H D., of the San Antonio Aviation Cadet Center flew in to mee t her brother, Cpl. Morton Hacker of the Rangers while he was stationed near here. Lieutenant Hacker will return to her on Friday after spending a week at home^ Mrs. Bessie Gerber of Harrisburg, Pa., is visiting on Miami \>„ ach and is a guest at the Milburn Hotel. Mr Sidney H. Palmer returned to the city after spending ;i week touring Georgia on a combined business and pleasure trip. Returning to this city after ding three months with his Iren in New York City. Mr. Max Rappaport is residing at his home at 1671 S. W. 15th Street, Miami. Mi. and Mrs. Alex Sussman returned to Miami Beach the season. Mr. Jacob H. Morris has returned after a northern vacation. Mrs Jack Weinkle, Atlanta, Ga, returned to her home MonM,m C u p, ndin|! some tim <' In Miami. She was joined here tor the weekend by her husband who accompanied her home. They visited with their son who is stationed at Key West with the na yyw ho also spent the weekend here. DENTAL SCHOOL GRADUATE IS NOW FIRST LIEUTENANT Alyin Frederick Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gardner, formerly of Chicago.and now residing in Miami Beach, received his doctor of dental surgery degree in a military graduation trom Atlanta Southern Dental i College. Wednesday. November 17th. His parents were present at the ceremony. He attended schools in Chicago nd was graduated from the Ida M. Fisher Senior High School. H e rec eived his associate of arts BAR MITZVAH Mrs. Eva Kovensky, 1530 S W Seventh Street, returned to the city this week after spending five months in New York. While in New York she attended the graduation of her son, Ensign Ben Kovensky. from the Naval Midshipman s School at Columbia University. WEDDINGS On Sunday afternoon, at the Rex Hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi S. M. Machtei united in marriage Mr. Samuel Rubenstein and Mrs. Pearl Star, both of Miami Beach. EM 2/c George Goldman, Opa Locka. Fla., and Pittsburgh, Pa and Miss Bernice Goldman. Danville, 111., were wed Saturday evening, Nov. 13. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Unman. 1888 S. W. 12th Street. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at the ceremony. Miss Anita Cohen was maid of honor and Miss Mickey Lou Heiman, flower girl. Buy War Savings Bonds. D. Rosner Formerly of Hotel Astor ANNOUNCES THE OPENING FOR THIS SEASON OF LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH DINING ROOM WILL OPEN ABOUT NOV. 25 DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED PHONE 58-1174 >''"' tf// 'tej}M K\ -ca~ sSS WANTAGES of HARE FEWBIAL MORTGAGE V L 0 W RATES EASY PAYMENTS LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With You* tOCAL. FRIENDLY | INSTITUTION wi %ri 950.000 RESOURCES OV,H mm IIAttE PM*!£i fe RESOURCES •"— %  "" ^,0* ^i""'" ,#*£ w/Mlwmmm** %  The Bar Mitzvah of Edward Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller, 1919 S. W. 17th Street, will take place Saturday, Nov. 27, at Congregation Schaarei Zedek at services at 9 a. m. A reception will follow. ~BRISM Last Friday morning Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spector, 1120 Tangier Street, Coral Gables, at the University Hospital and at noon at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodman, 940 Eighth Street. On Tuesday, Rabbi Machtei officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosen, 1723 N. W. 43rd Street. A. D. L. HEAD VISITS WITH CITIES WITHIN THE STATE Wednesday evening, Nov. 17, Alexander F. Miller, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, spoke before the B'nai B'rith lodge at Jacksonville and the following night, Nov. 18, before the lodge at Orlando. A large attendance was present on both occasions. PAN AMERICAN HOUSE TO BE OPERATED AT MIAMI U A Pan-American house to be operated in conjunction with the University of Miami was proposed recently by Frank L. Stearns, executive secretary of the Miami planning board. Istanbul (WNS)— The Nazis are rounding up many Jews in Bulgaria charging them with spreading anti-German propaganda. LT. AI.VIN GARDNER degree from the University of Florida. He is a member of the Alpha Omega dental fraternity and was Treasurer of his Sophomore class. He served as Treasurer of his Freshman class in denj tal college and was student coun, cil representative in his Senior year. He has been commissioned a first lieutenant in the United States Dental Corps and reports for indoctrination at Carlisle Bar-1 racks. Penna.. December 18th. Prior to leaving for Pennsylj vania, Lieutenant and Mrs. Gardner, the former Esther Shochet, will visit their parents in Miami, j Following six weeks of trainins he will report for active duty at Dallas. Texas. In Your Hour of Need You will appreciate how we relieve you of all detail! — placing all of our facilities at your command. 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Call 9-2664 or 9-2665 PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL 2008 West Flagler Street "A FRIEND IN NEED" TOWER THEITBE S.W. 8th St. at 15th Are. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Friday and Saturday Matinee, Nov. 19-20 BASIL RATHBONE NIGEL BRUCE // Sherlock Holmes Faces Death Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sunday Thru Thurs., November 21-25 w BETTY GRABLE ROBERT YOUNG 'SWEET ROSIE O'GRADY' In Technicolor EXTRA "YOUTH IN CRISIS" NEW MARCH OF TIME LESLIE BALOGH BAIN WILL DIRECT PROGRAM ON WIOD PALM BE A CH ISO TES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX RprMMntatiTOn Nov. 25, 1943. there will be a program over Station WIOD from ii:15 to 6:45 p. m. entitled "The -International Thanksgiving" under the directorship of Leslie Balogh Bain. This program will feature representatives of various races and needs who will outline the contributions made by their groups to the building ol this nation, and at the same time give thanks that all the freedoms are so firmly entrenched here. Isaac Levin will participate in the program. Mrs. Marie Blumberg of 45th Street is spending several weeks at Miami Beach. Mrs. Max Sobel. 312 First St.. has returned from Chicago where she spent the summer attending art school. Beth El Sisterhood met at the home of their president. Mrs. Ben Ryder, last week. Mrs. M. 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