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VOLUME 16NUMBER 53
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
SOLDIERS AND WACS
IN LONDON SERVICES
AIR MAIL HAS STARTED
PALESTINE TO RUSSIA
As a result of a study conduct-
ed over a period of a year, the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
and the Young Women's Hebrew
Association of Greater Miami
have consolidated and formed the
Young Men's and Young Women s
Hebrew Association of Greater
Miami. This was accomplished
at a special membership meeting
called a week ago, when the con-
stitution and charter of tin Y. M.
H. A. was amended to permit this
Following the trend of com-
munity centers throughout the
country towards the consolida-
tion of integral groups, the "Y
took this step towards its com-
munity center goal.
The new plan allows for family
membership, individual male and
female memberships and boys
and girls of all age groups afflh- |
ation. The new Y.M. & Y.W.H.A
is the result of twelve years of
progress of the group which orig-
inally started as the Hebrew
Athletic Club and then the Y.M.H.
A. The women's group was a
separate organization, as were
the other affiliated activities.
Immediately following the
change, the board of the organi-
zation was increased and new
members selected as part ot the
expansion program included Mol-
ly Belov. Alex Cohen. Maurice
Cromer. Ida Engler Marx r.-in-
berg, Jerome Frehhng. Natnan
Cans, Minnie Lavine, Pearl ReiS-
man. Miriam Sager. Sam Silver,
Harry Simonhoff.. Bea Stepkm,
Dave Stu/.in and George Wolpert.
of idc natl. council
Monte Selig, chairman of the
board of directors of the Greatel
Miami Jewish Federation, was
elected a member of the National
Council of the Jena Distribution
Committee at its annual meeting
held in New York City on De-
The National Council consists
of representative men and wo-
men m communities throughout
the United States and Canada
who have- interested themselves
in the work and problems of the
J D C The members ot inc.
Council are called upon for guid-
ance and community leadership
to further the progress ot the
JD.C. in meeting the needs of
distressed Jews overseas.
83 HEW JEWISH
REFUGEES HID IT
reviewed negotiations which cul- "Kency.
minated in an agreement to raise
1944 funds through independent
campaigns, The statement em-
phasized that the negotiations
were characterized by mutually
harmonious discussions and that
the agrei ment reached was adopt-
ed unanimously by a joint com-
mittee composed of representa-
tives of the Federation and the
War Chest. The agreement was
Officially ratified by the respect-
ive boards of directors of the two
organizations at recent meetings.
Boston (WNS).The gateway
to rescue for those fortunate sur-
vivors of the nazi extermina-
tion campaign against the Jews
in Europe who managed some-
achievements in the future, was .ginning with March 1st.
brought home as the Boston : Tn0 Jewish Federation, as i
branch of the HIAS pier service | past years, will cooperate wit
was called upon to welcome 83 | tne War (jhest and the Red Cros
new Jewish refugees who landed | to asslm. the
Atlanta, a member of the Coral
Gables post American Legion,
Scottish Rite. B'nai B'rith. Elks,
and the Dade county and Florida
Bar associations. He received
the Purple Heart in France dur-
ing the last war.
Surviving are his widow. Mrs.
Reba Epstein, and two daugh-
ters, Ann-Engler and Leonette
of Miami; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris N. Epstein of Golds-
boro; five brothers. H. H., Lake
Placid. N. Y.; Dr. Henry George,
Goldsboro: S. N., N. Y.; Ralph
here several clays ago
minister to their needs.
of all three campaigns. Jacob
Shcr. Federation's 1944 campaign
All the new arrivals were, in chairman, has pointed out that
accordance witth the- strict war- Federation has scheduledi:s cam-
gram to combat anti-Sem tism Isaac ^ and Georgc Robson.
in America will be formulated Mr EDStoir,s parent* Mr. and
at a national conferencei to be M Mc;rris N pstein and nis
held m New York on Saturday brother> Dr. Henry George Ep-
evenmg, February 12 and Sun- m arrived from Goldsboro. N.
day. February 13. according to an c fo ,ne f ^
announcement by Carl Sherman,
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accordance witth the strict war- | Federation has.scheduled U cam- f attorney general of the rjDFT BTF TM WflPMTMr
tune regulations, examined close- paign for a late date so that the q| NVw Y()I.k who 1S chair. PrtLLAlL IN WAHNINE*
ly by the U. S. immigration au- way may be clear for the other man ()f Qm ,.ommissl(1I1 to t-OM1- ABOUT ANTI-SEMITISM
and investigating gov- two campaigns. As in the past.
thonties aim invrouB"'"* i""' i.....,.^.-. -
ernment agencies. All were re- many of Federations most active
leased in care of the representa- campaign workers have volun-
tives of the Hebrew Sheltering teered to participate in the drives
and' Immigrant Aid Society (of the War Chest and Red Cross
which aided the immigrants to
entrain for their destinations
where they will be reunited with
their American relatives. Sevi n
families who needed shelter were
helped by the Boston branch of
the Council of Jewish Women
which cooperated with HIAb in
caring for the refugees.
SERVICES IN HONOR OF
GREEKS HELD IN CAIRO
POKES 8 M
Cairo (JTA).Impressive ser-
vices honoring the heroic Jews
bat anti-Semitism ol the Ameri-
can Jewish congress. LONDON (JTA). Declaring
The conference will serve to that "for Christmas. anti-Semi-
align all American liberal forces tism is utterly abhorent," the
in a common fight to expose and archbishop of Canterbury in his
destroy the na/i doctrine of an i- annual Christmas message called
Semitism which is being fostered on Christians to take the lead in
by anti-democratic elements to "combatting the anti-Semitic
foment racial and religious strife virus" and to labor for "mutual
and to undermine the founda- adjustment."
tions of American life, Mr. Shcr- The archbir-hop said that anti-
man sated. Semitism is 'essentially a brut-
----------------------- ish. barbarous reaction to a prim-
NAZI PRESS CONFIRMS give animal herd instinct."
"*"*,. ,ttiimi TinxT Pointing to the persecution and
CRACOW LIQUIDATION mass-murder" in Germany, he as-
--------- -i i ted that "we can see what
Zurich (JTA).German news- happens if this barbarous tend-
papers reaching here confirm the ency is not suppressed."
NAZIS DEPORT ENTIRE
POPULATION^ OF KIEV
Moscow (WNS).-Reports com-
ing in he,-,, from red army offi-
cials on conditions in Kiev ion
firm earlier reports that the nazis
had exterminated or deported
the entire Jewish population
there A wounded officer who
part.cipuated in the. f.ghJing in
the Kiev area stated that there
were only a few Jews left in the
Ukranian capital., mostly men
who succeeded in conceln
their Jewish Identity through**
aid of forged documente show-
ing them to be Christians.
PALESTINE WRITERS TO
..,...,., T|, ij. papers leaciiing uwc >->""""
:WNSu^ i report that the German authon-
lewish Theological tu;s m Cracow nave "liquidated"
America today re- th(, Jewish ghetto there and de-
in 194.1 it Has ac- ......,,, .,,, ,(ll. ,..,,,.,.nine Jews
40 JEWS ARE VICTIMS
the Jewish ghetto there ana ae- '-_. rvT)rDIMrMTC
g ported all the remaining Jew, OF NAZI EXPERIMENTS
from the city.
ibrarv of the
of Greece and the other oppress- Sl.mmarv ,
ed peoples in that nazi-ottupicd d that during
country were held this wii* n j quiri,d 32 noW m
the great Ismaha temple w in i H12 n(,. ,lokS| increasing Its T( papers describe how the
Chiei Rabbi Haim Nahum ^^m
Attending the services were
Greek Premier Emanuel Tsou
deros, members of the Greek gov-
f I 1412 new looks, increasing i T(u, papt.rs describe how the London (WNSV-
j permanent collection to approxi- Ujgfbed wire fences were removed in Holland died la:
. mately ".850 manuscripts and fTQm tne gn,.,u, ;ir,.:i after the gas chamber when i
1125,000 books, chiefly in fields cit became "Judenrein." They them as guinea pi
.'closely associated with Judaism. announi.t. that the houses in a new gas which
Olien-ci hi ;>--
SSSand many Jewish refugees
from Greece. A troop of Egvpt-
Ln J- wish hoy scouts furnished
a guard of honor
RE-CONTACT RUSSIANS ALL ,EWS IN SOFIA ARE
Several memorial gifts and be-
no>e luotii.-uu" w..... ... --------
ory of Isaac Rosensohn Jacobs,
to be used for the acquisition of
books related to philosophy.
Doctor Alexander Marx, libra-
rian announced that during the
year a scholar working in the
library made one of those rare
finds'beloved to all bibliophiles
A Hebrew Arabic Bible which
had come to the seminary library
in the Elkan N. Adler collection
London (WNSV-Forty Jews
' last week in a
the nazis used
pigs in testing
houses in a new gas which they hope to
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announce inai me uuuai-a w "-> s" mn.vn m.j (. ..
which the Jews dwelt are being use against the allies, it was dis-
disinfected by the occupation au- closed here this week by a Chris-
thorities in order that non-Jews ; tian refugee who fled from Hol-
may move into them. land. The refugee related that
the Germans were conducting
Tel Aviv (JTA).-The Hebrew
writers conference concluded itj
eleventh annual session here w Itn
the adoption of a resolution voic-
ing its desire to establish rela
lions with the "Jewish writers of
the Hebrew and Y'ddish spark.
The conference also caled on
intellecuals throughout th .world
tn act to save the Jews of t-ur
ope and praised the Swedish gov-
ernment for offering haven to
persecuted Danish Jews.
ALL tWO 111 WW "- --- in til. MKiin 11. rtuiyi vw..v......
OpriFRFD TO QUIT CITY was incomplete, lacking the final
OHLtrtt.L 1WWU" laection. This missing section of
,____________________------- lilt* v.lt'1 !IUUI> WCIf tUIlUUt 1111^
MARKS CENTENARY OF -^r^^enmem.., with Jew.
PIONEER OF CANADA occupied countries of Europe.
Montreal (JTA).Jewish com-
munities throughout Canada are
observing, this week, the centen-
ary of the death of Capt. Ezekiel
Hart, the first Jew to be elected
to the Canadian assembly.
Ankara (WNS).-All Jews in
Sofia have been ordered by the
Bulgarian government to leave
the city on or before December
25. according to a report Circulat-
ed here by the nazi news agency
DNB A report reaching here
last week from reliable sources
disclosed that a typhus epidemic
was raging in the concentration
camp at Plavda, Bulgaria, and
that it was exacting a heavy toll
the original manuscript was
found, bound as a separate vol-
ume, in the Enel collection, ac-
quired many years later by the
Philadelphia (JTA). The
Brith Sholom order, a charter
member of the American Jewish
committee, announced here that
It has decided to withdraw from
IN 18TH CONFERENCE
New York (JTA).The 18th
annual conference of the Yid-
Capt. Hart, who was a member dish Scientific institute will open
of a family which settled in in the auditorium of Hunter col-
Canada early in the 18th century, i lege here on Friday evening,
was barred by the house of com- January 7. it was announced this
mons from taking his seat in the week. It will continue through
assembly because he refused to Sunday. January 9.
take the customary oath "on the Among the subjects to be dis-
faith of a Christian." He was cussed during the conference arc
elected in both 1807 and 1809. but the American Jewish scene, the
was not seated and his fight to [ resistance in the Polish ghettos,
be admitted to the assembly pre- reconstruction problems of Jew-
cipitated a long struggle for Jew- j ish communities in Europe after
ish rights which culminated in i the war. and other Jewish cul-
the act of 1931 which gave full tural, scientific and linguistic
civil and political rights to Jews, matters.
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VNTERMTYER WILLS SI00.000
TO PALESTINE UNTVERSITY
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GOVERNMENT OF BOLIVIA
IS DEFINITELY ANTI-JEWISH
12.000 JEWS IN CANADIAN
ARMED FORCES. IS REPORT
" n rgan La
II real ITNS T- r a-.
close to 12.000 Jewi to tl
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closed here this we-
tfh congress to the
' the entire Jewish i
of 168.359. It coo
than favorably with 6 8 per
of all Canadians ir.
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
Spending the holidays with
their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Spivack, 905 Michigan ave-
nue, are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Louis
of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Sabow, ac-
companied by their future daugh-
ter-in-law, Estellc. are visiting
their son, Pvt. Jack Sabow, sta-
tioned here. They will remain
here until January 14th and are
residing with Mrs. Lena Ruben-
stein. 400 Euclid avenue, Miami
Miss Vera Fastcnbcrg of New
York has joined her mother and
father- lor a visit at the home
ot her sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Ah xander F. Mil-
ler, 1350 Collins avenue, Miami
Dr. and Mrs. Sane! Beer gave
a Chanuka party this last week
at the Rivermont Park sanato-
rium. Outside guests included
Mr Rose Simon: and daughter
ni Pas taic, N< w Ji i i v.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Swegell of
New York are visiting with their
friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. Decky,
Mrs. S. A. Gilman has arrived
from New York to visit her
brother and sister-in-law.' Mr.
and Mrs. Herman H. Glasser,
1045 Pennsylvania avenue.
Major Mitchell Wolfson, former
Miami Beach mayor, is spending
a holiday furlough here.
Adolph Cohen is a patient at
the St. Francis hospital, where
he underwent an operation.
Mrs. Maurice Cohn is a patient
at the Jackson Memorial hospital.
Sgt. and Mrs. Joe Scheinberg
spent a furlough here wi h par-
ents ami friends.
Miss Margie Selig of Philadel-
phia has joined her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Selig, at their
winter residence on Miami Beach.
RESCUEMEASURES TROPICAL CLOSES
Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Friedman
have had their son. Abraham,
with them during the holidays.
Pent/ Scheinberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg of
this city, is here for a week's
visit with his wife from Atlanta.
Peretz is now in the navy and
upon completion of his medical
course will enter the service as
a lieutenant j.g.
Louis Stern. S3 s. who is sta-
tioned at Jacksonville, was the
recent guest of his sister. Mrs.
Jacob Siegel. While her. Mrs.
Siegel < ntertained several of Sea-
man Stern's fi ien I
The Bri'li Milah of the son ol
IMr. and Mrs. David White. 4544
Post avenue. Miami Beach, took
place Wednesday with Rabbi S.
M. Machtei officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin
dedicated their new home on
North Bay road and 43rd street.
Miami Beach, with a Chanuka
party Sunday evening, Also pres-
ent as guests of honor were their
son and daughter-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Rubin, visitors
here. A large gathering of friends
were present tit the celebration
which also marked the observ-
ance of Mr. Rubin's birthday.
Norman Roy Grutman
Norman Hey Grutman, grand-
son of Mr. ana Mrs. Max Green-
berg ol hod 14th street is sched-
uled to address the Sunday school
ol the Miami Beach Jewish cen-
ter on Sunday, January 2, 1944.
Norman, who was Bar Mi'/vah
on October 30, 1943, two months
ago and is a student at Roose-
velt high school in the city of
New York, has written a num-
of plays which w re produc-
ed m the New York schools.
'I he e plays include. "Prelude to
Victory." "The Challenge to Our
America" and the "Angel from
In addition to his other activi-
ties, Norman Roy Grutman is the
ir ol the weekly paper I
lished at Roosevelt high school.
TO BE TRIED
New York (JTA).There are
encouraging indications that res-
cue measures Which were de-
manded by Jewish agencies from'
the Bermuda conference, and
which apparently were rejected
then, are now being undertaken,
the American Jewish conference
announced this week.
The statement issued by the
conference calls for "acceleration
and intensification" of el torts to
rescue the Jew.- of Klirope. The
statement is critical ol Assistant
Secretary of Stati Breckim
Long's report to the house con
n.ittee on foreign affairs on
measures since the Bermuda con-
ference, it declares that from
Mr. Long's testimony and sub-
ii m dispatches from London
it was apparenl thai there was
"inexcusable" confusii.....ver the
powers of the intergovernmental
committei on refugees.
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late David
Leonard Levy will take place at
Mt. Nebo cemetery Sunday after-
noon at 2 p. m. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman and Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei will officiate. The family of
the deceased, Mrs. Beatrice Levy nTrnTT a T> T T^ n
and sons, Ira Stanley and Pvt. OR III ARILS
Bertram Robert, ask friends to Vf if i X !/ g* X Md Kf
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Stein.
1795 S. W. 12th street, Miami,
announce the engagement of
Their daughter Shirley to Lewis
W. Gorfine, si n of Emanuel Gor-
fine of Baltimore. Md.
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MRS. IDA MILLER
Funeral services for Mi. Ida
Miller. 54, 1000 3rd :v< i. who
died Saturday, were held in
Riverside Memorial chapel with
Rabbi Moses MeschelofJ officiat-
ing, assisted by Cantor Mauric
Mami i.e. Burial was in Miami
Jewish cemetery. Mrs. Miller
. here from New York city
12 yetrs ago She was survived
by 'her husband, Isidor Miller.
two daughter-. Mrs. Sadie lled-
rich, Haverhill, Mass., and Miss
Frances Miller of Miami Beach.
TO DISCUSS POST-
New York (JTA i. American
Jewish war and post-war prob-
lems will be discussed by repre-
sentatives from Jewish federa-
tions, welfare funds and com-
munity councils throughout the
United States and Canada at tin
eleventh annual general assemb-
ly of the council ol Jewish fed-
erations and Welfare funds which
will take place at the William
Penn hotel in Pittsburgh, Febru-
ary 4-7. it was announced this
week by Sidney Hollander, presi-
dent of the council.
The general session of the a -
embly will (pen with a disi us-
sion of post-war planning. Promi-
nent leaders will deal with both
the overseas and Americai
pects of this manyrfacted ques-
tion. Other subjects for discus-
sion at the assembly session- will
be (l> war and post-war prob-
lems of functional agencies; (2
Jewish community organization;
ci\ i yprotec iv<
Coral Gables.- Fla The first
phase of Tropical Park's winter
meeting comes to a close on
Thursday afternoon with the
running ol the mile and one-
sixteenth Sarasota Purse. On
the succeeding day all turf activi-
ty transfers to Hialeah Park for
a run through March 4 when the
picture once more swings to
Tropical for a final thiry-day sea-
son through April 8.
Much has already been written
and spoken of the current suc-
cessful meeting, best in history
at the friendly Gables course.
With few exceptions, every
scheduled race in Racing Secri
tary Bob'' Shelley's condition
book filled easily and adetuiatt ly.
with both the Inaugural and
fhristmas Handicaps being di-
\ Jed. due to an over-subsci ip-
tion of thoroughbred talent. With
so many top-class horses in at-
ince, the daily sport has
been oi the highest standard, a
policy to be maintained right
. sday aff rnc on.
B race remaining on the
Tropical calendar is Saturday's
S2500 Orange Bowl Handicap at
mile and a sixteenth, at-
ng all the top handicaps rs
: lining. Post-time for the
N Y da\ port has been
advanced to 9:30 a. m. so as to
avoid any possible conflict with
the afternoon gridiron spectacle
at the Orange Bowl between
Louisiana Sta i and Teus A &
M. The final race will be over
m plenty of time to permit fans
to reach the game for the kick-
DEMAND FOR REPRISALS ON
GERMANS MADE OF ALLIES
London (WNS). Emannuel
Szerer, Jewish representative in
the Polish national council here.
last week demanded that the al-
lies proceed with Immediate re-
prisals against the Germans for
the atrocities they are still com-
mitting against the Jews in Po-
HUNGARY OPENS OFFICE TO
DISSEMINATE JEWISH NEWS
Funeral services for Tol ias
i 61, who died Thursday at
420U Pme Tn i Di ive, were con-
ducted Sunday from Riverside
Mi : oi ial chapel with R
Jacob H. Kaplan officiating.
mi: from M :Ke sport, Pa.,
Mr Simon had been a resident
\, ami Bi ach to 18 years H<
I ed realtor.
S : are his will A
( i raid T. and
Sa wart L.
Istanbul (WNS).- A group of
Jewish ac.ors in Bm:..' est, Hun-
gary, last week opened the Jew-
theat r eason with a revival
ol s. Ansky's famous play "The
l > ii.uk." The play, produci d in
Hungarian, was lauded
Budapest p i the 1 est in
manj sea >ns.
Geneva (WNS).The Hungari-
an government recently opened a
propaganda oft ice here for the
purpose ol disseminating news
that Jew. an being well treat-
ed in Hungary. The office ol
the bureau is decorated with
pictures and charts depicting 11 e
place occupied by Hungary Jew iy
in the religious, social and cul-
tural lib of Hungary.
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Istanbul (WNS). The first
: American to be tried by the Ger-
mans in reprisal of the execution
I of the three nazis who were found
i guilty at the Kharkov atrocity
trial will be a Jewish bombardier
who parachuted down to safety
t during at) American air raid on
Berlin, according to a radio broad-
cast fn m Berlin puked up here
The radio announcer was heard
THE LOW-DOWN ....
It is not true that the Germans, in their fear if imminent d
feat, are relaxing in their program of extermination of Fu
rope's Jews Information from reliable sources states that
the trains to Poland are filled with Jewish deportees from
Holland, Belgium and France Though those Jews who can
pay S6.000 per head are given the privilege of being kept
confined in concentration camps in Germany They are
however, subjected to sterilization and all the rest of the
regular Gestapo treatment The news reports that anti-
Jewish persecution has diminished are Nazi propaganda d*
signed to provide ammunition for the American advocates of
a negotiated peace.
the year of the great victory.
ed German city, and that the
There are as yet no visible signs that the foe is collapsing t"''1 would be turni
militarily. If anything, the Nazis are still strongly resisting the | ]$fl&"&FSZ
steamroller advance of the Russians. They are stili holding on cessant allied .. ittacks on
Germany were inspiri I I y Jews.
It was also disclosed here last
wi ek by reliable sources that
saying that the Jewish hombard-
The year to come will be one of great decisionsperhaps ter W..M S(1,,n bl ,. trial TpWISH NEWS
year of the qreat victory. | at Hamburg, a much bombard- r?i ja
Behind the scenes there s quite a bit of fussing going on
concerning which American Zionist leaders should go to Lon-
don for a conference Those who have been invited may
not find it possible to go, and those who want to go have
not been especialy urged to make the hop Besides, with
trans-Atlantic flying priorities scarcer than hen's teeth, the
delegation cannot consist of more than two or three persons
at the utmost and we personally know of six candidates
Sig Kennan, originally of Cleveland, has resigned from the
Emergency Council for Zionist affairs and is now handlinq
public relations for the American Jewish Conference ... Just
issued by the Conference is a memo on the Emergency Con-
ference to Save European Jews, and that memo doesn't mince
words ... It calls the Emergency Conference an irresponsible
group The flu epidemic played havoc with Jewish or-
ganization for a while The Jewish Agency for Palestine
had to shut its New York office for a week, with Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, Meyer W. Weisgal and all the secretariat hors
de combat The Anti-Defamation League and the American
Jewish Committee will continue their point fund-raising activi-
ties in 1944.
the nazis are setting up sjx
tribunals in Italy to try J> ws
accused of blackmarketing and
rigging up prices. The first such
trial was recently held at Milan
where eight Jews were each
sentenced to two years imprison-
ment The trials, the informant
st..ted. wi re designed to shift the
e for the food shortage in
'ccupied Italy on the Jews.
stubbornly to northern Italy where the Allied forces are paying
a heavy price for every inch of ground gained. The war in the
Pacific, although progressing satisfactorily, has still not reached
a point where we can see the end in sight.
But there is a tone of victory in the air. Men such as
Churchill and Gen. Smuts- men who have cautioned against
hasty conclusions as to when the war will end themselves
have recently engaged in such conjectures. Churchill said that
the war might end in 1944. A recent survey of newspaper cor-
respondents showed that most of them were of the opinion that poorrtM vit>xm meiavn
. mi9h, ,e,miMe ta 1944. BOSTONIgWB
But the most indicative factor of 'he real trends must be ---------
sought in Germany and in Japan. According to what we read agairJCIhe^pid iervte P
in the newspapers neither the Germans nor the Japanese no which was charged with violating
longer harbor the certainty of victory. Japanese leaders r- ^n^lscZu^lZ i
cently told their people that Japan was now fighting a defensive ture, was dismissed in municipal \
waT court here by Judge Bracket'
IThe judge stated that the prose-'
The panicky addresses recently delivered by Qodtata. ffSfi?-%%SSTS^W
Goer in g and other Nazi ill-luminaries show not only traces of Isw, it is necessary to prove pre-
bogging morale in Germany proper but are the incoherent ut- SSSd^SS told WcSitt*!
lerances of criminals caught in the midst of their crimes. An-
other encouraging factor is the apparent desiie of the smaller
countries to disentangle themselves from their generally invol-
untary alliances with the Nazis.
The year 1944 may see the end of the war and the beginning
of the end of the Jewish tragedy. We hope it will see the libera-
tion of millions of Jews from the yoke of slavery, oppression and
inti-Jewi terial was
printed by an empl yei without
the kl corporation.
25TH ANNIVERSARY NURSES
SCHOOL BEING CELEBRATED
Jeru JTA The 25th'
anniversary of th< Hadassah |
: y A Jews. irked
presided ov< r
I y Dr Jud ih L. Magi
Dr M ite ? Miss
r whom the
and who v i
Representative Rankin of Mississippi has long been one of
the members of Congress of whom that distinguished body could instru m havii i tab-
take least pride in. _______^^_
Congressman Rankin has long been known for his abusive LEADER GOES TO LONDON
attacks on Jews in Congress. But last week. Congressman FOR JEWISH RESCUE WORK
Rankin reached a new high or maybe we should call it a new New York (JTA)Dr. Arieh
low in his disgraceful conduct. He was attacking the bill to give ', irtakower, executive member
the American soldiers the right to vote.
Rankin is very much opposed to (his. It would seem to us
that if any Americans are entitled to vote, above all it is the
soldier, but Rankin thinks otherwise. The soldiers do not want
to vote, he insists, and in fact, nobody wants the soldiers to
vote. The only ones, he declares, who want the soldiers to
I Id Jewish congn and
lent >>i the repn sentation of
Polish Jews in America will soon
leave tor London to negotiate
there with various groups con-
ing the immediate rescue of
J< ws in occupied Poland, it was
announced lure. He will work
in close contact with the British
section of the
vote are the Jews. Congressman Rankin read the names of gressTthe announcementsaidf11
some of those who sent telegrams to Congress urging support I 7flA ST.RT<. -.^..^
of the bill for soldiers voting-^nd he emphasized the J.wtoh|S^T^SjAm^otSS
In criticising Jews for urging the right of soldiers to vote,
Congressman Rankin is really paying them a sincere compli-
ment, although he is, of course, too obtuse to understand it.
And that raises the question about some anti-Semites.
they really as wicked as they are profoundly stupid''
"The Fuehrer colls this a strategic retreat (
New Yoik (JTA).The execu-
tive committee of the Zionist or-
ganization of America this w.. k
meed that at a meeting last
week in New York it decided to
inaugurate a "strong campaign"
against the American Council of
Judaism for its anti-Zionist ac-
tivities Dr James (i Heller of
innati, former president of
entral confi | Ameri-
can rabbis, will direct the cam-
paign, the announcement said.
PROTOCOLS OF ELDERS OF
ZION PRINTED BY QUISLINGS
Stockholm (WNS>. Thousands
of copies of the protocols of the
ra of Zion have recently I n
distributed by the na/is and then
quisling aides in Finland. Several
nazi newspapers are carrying the
protocols in serial form.
AUSTRALIANS WOULD BAN
JEWS FROM PEACE DEBATES
Melbourne (WNS). The Aus-
tralian labor party last week
voted down a resolution, at its
triennial convention in Canberra,
urging that Jews, as such, be
represented at the peace confer-
Dr. Chaim Weizmann's autobiography wil be published
in 1944 Maurice Samuel's new book on Palestine will be
out next month Shalom Asch is recuperating in Califor-
nia Pierre van Paassen may take a trip to South Africa
very soon Whydid Charlie Cowan give up his publica-
tion of The Jewish Mirror? ... It was a good job ... A Jew-
ish information quiz program is being readied by a national
radio advertiser Jacob Fishman of the Jewish Morning
Journal is preparing a tome on his adventures as a foreign
correspondent Ellin Mackay (Mrs. Irving) Berlin has au-
thored a book on the refugee situation The new half-dollar
edition of Albert E Kahn's and Michael Sayers' "Sabotage"
is selling at a faster pace than Wendell Willkie's "One World"
did in its heyday 150.000 copies were sold within three
days One chapter of this book was ready too late for
inclusion in the new edition.
BROADWAY LIGHTS ....
Broadway is beginning to believe that life repeats itself
in cycles Way back in 1906 Oscar Hammerstein opened
his Manhattan Opera House, where he presented operas in
so lively a manner that he drew thousands of customers
away from the staid Metropolitan Opera (which later bought
him out for a million and a half dollars) And today his
grandson, Oscar Hammerstein II, is luring thousands oi cash
customers to the current production of "Carmen Jones," of
which he's the librettist while the Metropolitan nurses a
tremendous deficit Lieutenant Sidney Kingsley was un-
able to attend the premiere of the revival of his hit play of last
season, "The Patriots," at New York's new City Center of
Drama and Music because he was in quarantine with noth-
ing less than whooping cough.
ABOUT PEOPLE ....
Niels Bohn, father of modern atomic theory, may be in this
country soon The non-Aryan physicist is reported to have
made his escape from Denmark just as the Nazis were getting
set to put the screws on him to create the "secret weapon"
they need so badly to make good their boasts The Li-
brary of Congress is having difficulty finding a successor to
Dr. Israel Schapiro. retiring head of its Jewish Division As
if life weren't confusing enough, economist Robert Nathan is
planning to publish a book On Economics, of course
Now if Poet Robert Nathan will only arrange to publish a
volume of verse, or even a novel, at about the same time,
book clerks all over the country will go completely daffy-
Alex Hillman, who was Pierre van Paassen's fust publisher,
is thinking of buying a radio station, they say.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Takes this means of thanking the many friends
who remembered him on his birthday, and also
the kind Christian friends who sent him their
Christmas greetings. It is impossible in the rush
of work to acknowledge each kind message per-
sonally. Please accept my sincere appreciation.
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1943
-Jew 1st fkx idton
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Direr tor
Anti Defamation League
We have written at some length
in previous columns regarding
business and professional ethics
and how the misdeeds of one in-
dividual can fasten itself on the
group as a whole.
During the past two weeks we
have met with representative
groups of Miami and Miami
Beach lawyers to discuss the
problems inherent in our local sit-
uation. Out of these meetings
has come a constructive sugges-
tion, which we are happy to state
has immediately been effectuated.
Arbitration panels, each con-
sisting of a rabbi, lawyer and
layman, have been established
both in Miami and on Miami
Beach under the auspices of B'nai
B'rith. It is the purpose of these
panels to attemDt to arbitrate
disputes before they invade the
realm of the courts with resultant
newspaper publicity. Further, it
is the object of these panels to act
as a clearing house for complaints
and grievances, which if left un-
aired too often leaves a bitter
scar. These panels are at the ser-
vice of all residents of Dade
Rabbi Shapiro, Harry Simon-
hoff and Isaac Levin constitutes
the Miami panel, while Rabbis
Mescheloff and Lehrman, Harry
Zukernick and Herman Berk
have been appointed as the Miami
Beach arbiters, with the names
of the two laymen yet to be an-
All individuals desiring to
bring matters to the attention of
these arbitration panels may do
so by contacting any of the mem-
bers named or the executive di-
rector of the Anti-Defamation
LOCAL I. I A.
IS APPOINTED TO
Ted Sakowitz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Asrial B. Sakowitz, received
word this week of his appoint-
ment to the Grand Aleph Godol's
executive committee and as chair-
man of the national B'nai B'rith
Ted was candidate for the
Grand Aleph Godol in the re-
cent election of national AZA of-
ficers, the election of whom for
the first time in the history of the
Junior B'nai B'rith was conduct-
ed by mail.
The first meeting of the Grand
Aleph Godol's executive commit-
tee will be held on Saturday and
Sunday, January 29th and 30th. in
Washington, D. C. Sakowitz is
the only member of the commit-
tee from District 5 and will at-
tend the opening sessions.
He has been active in youth
groups here and recently was
elected to head the newly formed
permanent Hillel Foundation at
the University of Miami. He is
president of the state AZA chap-
ters and one of the local chap-
ters. He is also president of the
Youth Council of Greater Miami,
and of Tau Xi Chapter of Tau
Epsilon Phi. national social fra-
ternity on the University of Mi-
General Aitembly Delegates
At a recent meeting, Federa-
tion's eexecutive committee se-
lected its president, Sam Blank,
and the chairman of its board of
directors, Monte Selig, as its two
voting delegates to the 1944 gen-
eral assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds. The general assembly
will be held in Pittsburgh on Feb.
4-7. 1944. Federation's executive
director. Benjamin B. Goldman,
is designated by the executive
committee as an alternate dele-
gate. Stanley C. Myers, honor-
ary president of Federation, is a
member of the board of directors
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds.
)3jtw4e*iy&u and Wle
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
PRO-PALESTINE BODY IS
FORMED IN MEXICO
SPEAKERS BUREAU FORMED
AS A COMMUNITY SERVICE
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OPEN TO PUBLIC
Isaac Levin, chairman of the
executive committee of the Anti-
Defamation League announced
today the formation of a speak-
ers bureau as a community ser-
vice. Requests from organiza-
tions for speakers to report to
their membbership on the cur-
rent scene, resulted in the forma-
tion. Organizations desiring the
services of a speaker from the
Anti-Defamation League may se-
cure one by addressing requests
to Alexander F. Miller, executive-
director, at 330 Seybold Building.
Mexico City (JTA).A Mexi-
can pro-Palestine committee lias
been formed here as a result of
the visit of Louis Lipsky and
Emanuel Neumann, the two Am-
erican Zionist leaders, who dis-
cussed Palestine problems with
leading non-Jewish personalities,
including foreign diplomats.
The newly created pro-Pales-
tine committee is composed of
Mexican statesmen, parliamen-
tarians and intellectuals. A fare-
well banquet was given to the
American guests by Jewish
groups here. The departing
Zionist leaders expressed their
satisfaction with the result of
their visit to Mexico in behalf
of the Keren Hayesot headquar-
ters in Jerusalem and emphasized
their conviction that the Keren
Hayesod campaign will be car-
ried out successfully.
FORMER CHIEF RABBI
OF VIENNA DECEASED
I1 llilw. IW .
PICTURE SERVICE SELECTS
BEACH CLUB FOR SCENES
Dietary La* Strictly Obiitrvd
Take Your Malcli
Doctor*. Nureee, ATiaton
Seagull Pool and Cabana Club
under Evans management, was
the site selected by the Interna-
tional News Service for the tak-
ing of 8 sequence of moving pic-
tures and photos featuring a day
at a cabana club on Miami Beach.
Night club entertainers and out-
standing models participated Sun-
day when the photos were taken.
PALESTINE COMMITTEE IN
DRIVE AMONG CHRISTIANS
London (JTA). Funeral ser-
vices were held at Cambridge for
Dr. Israel Taglicht, 81. former
chief rabbi of Vienna, who fled
to Britain in 1939.
Dr. Taglicht was named chief
rabbi of the Austrian capital in
December. 1937 and retained the
post until he was forced to leave
the country. During the anti-
Jewish riots in Vienna following
the seizure of Austria by the
Germans in 1938, he was forced
to parade through the streets of
Vienna with a placard: "'I am a
Jew." Later he was confined in
a concentration camp for some
LIBERTY SHIP NAMED FOR
New York (JTA).The Ameri-
can Palestine committee has
launched a nation-wide drive to
mobilize American public opinion
in support of the movement to
establish a Jewish national home
m Palestine. This was announced
during the week by Senator Rob-
ert F. Wagner of New York and
Senator Charles L. McNary of
Oregon, co-chairmen of of tne
Wilmington. Calif. (JTA).A
10.500-ton Liberty ship named
alter Jack Singer, the Jewish
war correspondent who covered
the Pacific front for the Interna-
tional News Service, was launch-
ed here at the yards of the Cali-
fornia Shipbuilding company.
Singer, who lived in New York
prior to becoming a war corre-
spondent, was killed when the
aircraft carrier Wasp was sunk
by a Jap subamrine in the Guad-
alcanal campaign. He was 27.
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Washington Ave. at 13th St.
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
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70 E. Flagler St., Miami
NEW TEACHER AT BETH
DAVID IS FROM NEW JERSEY
Rev. Philip Fried, newly ar-
rived here from New Jersey, is
now affiliated with Beth David
Congregation, as a teacher in the
Talmud Torah. He will assist
in congregational religious duties.
Rev. Fried is also a graduate
of the Jewish Hospital of Phila-
delphia as rnohel, and will offi-
ciate at brism here.
HUNGARIAN DEPUTIES ARE
CHARGED WITH TREASON
EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE
Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual
coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient
and courteous personnel enable us to provide a
funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved
family in every particular.
Istanbul (JTA). Charges of
treason have been levelled
against three members of the so-
cial democratic party in Hun-
gary in retaliationfor pro-Jewish
demonstrations by party repre-
sentatives in the Hungarian par-
liament, it is reported here.
Gartenherg & Schechters
Stn'tly Kosher Dining Room
Catering In the Genoa P-UbMO
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OFF THE RECORD ....
Editors of Jewish newspapers in New York are plotting a
"revolution" against the so-called "off-the-record" press con-
ferences which are so often given by central Jewish organiza-
tions They claim that these "off-the-record" gatherings
are just a trap to prevent Jewish journalists from telling their
readers what-is-what behind-the-scenes of Jewish life in the
United States The truth is that most of the news goven to
editors of the Jewish press "for their own information" is
nothing but items which are aldeady known but not yet pub-
lished Some of the editors feel that there would have been
no harm in making the news public, had not interested Jew-
ish leaders in the meantime "confided" it ah "highly confi-
dential" The feeling among some editors is, therefore, not
to attend any "off-the-record" affairs, so as to have a free
hand in publishing whatever news they feel justified in mak-
ing public The question of how to effectively root out
Nazism and anti-Semitism from the minds of the German peo-
ple after the war has been entrusted by President Roosevelt
to Justice Samuel I. Rosenman Justice Rosenman, who is
now engaged in studying for the President the problem of
post-war re-education of the Axis countries and countries
liberated from the Axis, has always been interested in edu-
cational activities Among other things, he was until
this year the president of the Jewish Education Committee of
New York which supervises education of more than 60,000
children in various Jewish schools in the metropolitan area.
And speaking of education, we hear that a Spanish edition
of Dr. A. L. Sachar's "History of the Jeews" has just been
published in Santiago, Chile ... Dr. Sachar, national direc-
tor of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, can now claim credit
for helping to educate the growing Jewish communities in
Latin America where the Spenish edition of his beek will no
doubt be a good seller
WASHINGTON ECHOES ....
You may soon hear of a scheme under which the U. S.
Government will make it possible to move thousands of Ru-
manian Jews from devastated Transnistria Some Jewish
organizations, after reading the full text of Assistant Secretary
of State Breckenridge Long's testimony on the question of
saving Jews in Europe, have come to the conclusion that
the Assistant Secretary did not receive a fair deal in the
press ... In fact, one central Jewish organization which was
about to protest to the State Department concerning Long's
testimony, changed its mind after becoming acquainted with
the full text of what the Assistant Secretary said This
does not alter the fact that he exaggerated very much by
stating that the majority of the 580,000 people who entered the
United States during the last ten years were Jews ... On this
point Assistant Secretary Long made a very serious blunder
since the number of Jewish refugees who entered this country
during that period was much less Interested Jewish groups
are very anxious to secure the full text of the extended man-
date of the International Committee on Refugees This is
important because of the curious discrepancies between the
State Department interpretation and the Intergovernmental
Committee's interpretation of the mandate The State De-
partment takes the view that under the extended mandate the
Intergovernmental Committee is empowered to undertake
direct negotiations with Germany for the emigration of Jews
from Nazi territory The Intergovernmental Committee in-
sists, however, that this is not the case Each side quotes
those sections from the text of the mandate which tend to sup-
port its own views ... As the full text of the mandate has
never been made public, it is felt in Jewish circles that it is
high time that the disputed document was released Only
then will interested Jewish groups be able to judge whose
interpretation is correct ... This is aU the more desirable since
the fate of the surviving Jews in occupied Europe depends on
correct interpretation of the mandate.
PALESTINE PROSPECTS ....
With the return of President Roosevelt from his confer-
ences with Churchill, there is much talk in Washington con-
cerning the possibility of an unexpected solution of the Pal-
estine problem And from London private reports are
reaching Zionist leaders here indicating that the situation
looks better for Jewish interests in Palestine The new Pal-
estine partition scheme seems to be comign more and more
to the forefront both in London and in Washington official
circles Meanwhile, there is quite a bit of competition
among Zionist leaders in the United States as to which of
them is to proceed to London to aid Dr. Weizmann in his im-
portant negotiations with British officials There are at
least a half-a-dozen American Zionist leaders who would like
to be in on the London mission, but Dr. Weizmann wants
only two And these two are to be named by the American
Zionist Emergency Council ... It would be only natural were
Dr Abba Hillel Silver to be one of these two But Dr. bil-
ver is today practicaly the only dynamic force in Zionist po-
litical work in America ... It is, therefore, questionable
whether he would be willing to interrupt the important Zion-
ist activities which he is now conducting in this country As
to the other candidates, it realy does not matter which of them
will go to London.
TEN COMMANDMENTS ,
When Hitler came into power, he confided to some ot nis
close collaborators that he intended not only to annihilate
the Jews, but also put an end to the Ten Commandments .
He considered that the code of ethics contained within these
commandments hampered the free will of Jpeople and pre-
vented them from doing what they thought they should.
THREE MMB CHEST
Dll'ISiS HAVE II
Three of the war chest cam-
paign divisions to complete or-
ganization of personni I are edu-
cational, public service, war in-
pies and construction, as an-
nounced today by cx-~r.ii' v.. Dooly,
ional, James T. Wilson
and Dr. I T Pearson
co-cl airman, report the following
majors each ol whom have prin-
cipals and executive heads t<'
serve as captains in public, priv
ati I parochial school; um-
vt i sit i' and colleges; nil sal
- ol thi Dade >
groups. Majors include:
Luciall McWhorter. Mrs
b, J. B. Davissoi H
H. Plotl Ai M. Tucker, Dan
man, Father G J
President l' i F
P II. II lh
chaii man: S mi II Yi
i A. L. Klemer.
W H !' B;
I., i J. L. Mix-
air i Arthur E Cut
1 I D i
tion, Denis V. Renuart, chairman
and N. M. Neumann, co-chair-
man, Daniel Shanahan, secretary;
architects, Coulton Skinner; lum-
ber, Harry Lawson; rock and
building material, Carl B. King;
electrical contractors. H. W. Fer-
guson; plumbing conn actors. L.
1.. Mean; construction contrac-
tors, Joseph J Orr; roofing, Da-
vid Giffen; painl and hardware,
Raymond Miller; machinery,
William J. Schneider; glass anil
flooring, R, M. Davenport; gov-
ernment projects, F. w. Borton,
Ellis Hofiums, John B. Kenna,
HEADS THE NATION'S ENTIRE
WAR HOUSING PROGRAM
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PAL MB EACH NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX RepreaentertiYe
A C ai .':. i party
pie Beth El und ol
sisterhood. Mi Fannn Ryd-
been a | i :it mem-
. tein, T e m p I e
Mr. and Mi I 11 H
Ml i :
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Pvt. L I
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Ml <; : '
Coca Cola Bottling
West Palm Beach
Yvonm Lei I Lt. Sam-
f Mi and Mi 11 W Mi s-
il ai Mi
A Li road
Delt I Epsilon
For the Bost In Dairy
WEST PALM BEACH
Chanuka w< i k ai the "Y was
truly a festival of lights and
gan ty Almost ever) aLi n.....n
and evening found anothei oi
ganizatii n carrying on an affair
commemorating traditional C
nuka with its spirit and v,""1'
The "Y" also had its own
l lhanukah celt bi al ion for its
membership with an excelli nt
i am headlim d t>3 Ihe firsl
Each oi tin i vas well
ti i n agi dance at thi ">
popular youth activities
finds more ai
new faces and
it mai trad-
ed ii ii Miami. .i s Mi-
i Ii ach.
< ine il thi n asona for this
I i novel
program arrangi I by thi d i
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At n< xl ince thi ft
tun II hi
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will bi in I- thi
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n girls who
R Frii da
Oka Fred Klein and Lou <
i i to the club is J. M
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e in publishing a
in w papi i simiiai .. the one
published by th "Y "
In addition to publishing the
per, the journal-
is formula ii
for u idi r act i ich will
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The club met I
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Philip M Klutznick, president
Supri me Ad\ isorj Council
h Zudik Aleph, B'nai
B'l itl yout who
... i i, put in i all w.u
ng operations in the United
Stati A 'am administrat-
or "i e National Housing Agen-
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and their lamilii S.
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This week-end will
mis wec-K-end w scp o
West Flakier Ken,,,., cffl
Milts its annual stellar v
hound racing programs Friday
and Saturday nights as hev
bring to a close tff, special New
Year "-Orange Bowl we.
ule. It also is a week-end that
will bring to a dose the untS
Weal Flagler's 86-nighl rneeUag
and see he second half ,.
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of Jacob She,, president, and
\\ L. Huntley, vice president
and general manager, the West
Flaglei Kennel dub conl nu
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WITH LOCAL PS
III ARMED SERVICE
Murry Zohn, SI c, is spending
a 10 day leave at the home of his
mother, Mrs. Sophie Zohn. 922
S. W. 3rd Street. Seaman Zohn =
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GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
The Jewish Welfare Board Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
Pvt. Murray Miller, s.ationed
with the Army Specialized Train-
ing Unit at Virginia Polytechnical
Institute, BlacksbuiK. Va.. will
arrive Sunday evening on a seven
day furlough. Formerly attached
to the Infantry, Pvt. Miller will
enter the Army Air Corps as an
Aviation Student preparatory to
entering flight training, upon ter-
mination of his furlough. His
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam B.
Miller, reside at 408 S. W. 9th
is attached to the personnel (.i .nr rir,---. .___
the Sanford, Fla., Naval Air Sta- KLASS COMMENDED BY
tion ______ COMMANDING OFFICER
Cpl. Morris Klass, now a mem-
ber of the armed forces, received
commendation from the com-
manding major general where
he is stationed. Word was re-
ceived here this week that Klass.
attached to the office of chaplain,
(i3rd Infantry Division at Camp
Van Dorn, Miss., was instrumen-
tal in initiating a movement
among men of the camp of the
Jewish faith to relieve those of
other faiths from their duties, so
that they might observe Christ-
Louis E. Hibbs, major general
U. S. Army, commander of the
division, stated in his memoran-
dum of commendation, his de.<>
to express thanks to the men of
the Jewish faith in appreciation
for their voluntary action in or-
der that a maximum number of
those of the Christian fai.h could
enjoy holiday privileges.
He further stated that an es-
sential aim of military training is
to secure cooperative effort. The
soldiers example in this office
was worthy of emulation of all
groups within the division.
Morris Klass, prior to his entry
into the service, was executive
director of the Greater Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin. 430
N. E. 20th St., received official
word this week of the promotion
of their son, Robert Bruce Levin,
to, the rank of Captain in the U.
S. Army. Capt. Levin entered
the service before "Pearl Harbor"
as a Second Lieutenant, receiving
his commission through the R. O.
T. C. program at the Georgia In-
stitute of Technology.
DO YOU ENJOY
the Service Parade weekly
page which details the out-
standing achievements of Jew-
ish men and women who serve
our country and who have been
decorated for military valor?
That material is assembled
through the cooperation of peo-
ple like yourself. You can in-
form the Bureau of War Rec-
ords IMMEDIATELY, of your
Jewish friends and relatives
who are in the service. It is
only through your help that
the full authentic record of
Jewish participation in this
war can be compiled by the
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
or Phone 2-1141.
STARKE MAN IS CITED
FOR SPECIAL SERVICE
Aviation Cadet Jerry Levine of
Maxwell Field, graduate of Mi-
ami Beach high and a former stu-
dent of University of Florida, is
spending a ten-day furlough at
home. He is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levine, 311 N.
E. 28th St. Upon his return to
Maxwell Field, he will be as-
signed to an advanced training
Second Lt. William S. Cohen.
is now stationed at Tinker Field,
Oklahoma City air depot, where
he is an assistant quartermaster
Pfc. Abraham Strom. 24, of
Brooklyn, holder of the Purple
Heart and an Oak Leaf Cluster
to the Purple Heart, has received
a commendation for bravery
Pfc. Albert H. Feingold. 36. of
West New York, N. J., who dis-
played "exceptional bravery"
during the fighting in Sicily, is
the recipient of the Silver Star.
His squad had been held up by
heavy machine gun fire coming
from a pillbox. Private Fein-
gold volunteered to "take care"
of it. He moved out, advanced
alone through the hail of bul-
lets, drew up to the enemy em-
placement and dropped hand
grenades through its openings.
His squad moved forward.
INTER FAITH ACCORD IS
EXEMPLIFIED IN THE JUNGLE
From a jungle base somewhere
in the South Pacific, Chaplain
A. N. Winokur reported to the
Jewish Welfare Board last week
an instance of genuine inter-faith
"My office here is a tiny tent."
he wrote, "consisting of one field
desk, one box, one chair and this
broken down typewriter. I live
in a native-built hut with a Cath-
olic chaplain, a Protestant chap-
lain( both assigned to the base)
and a major (a field officer) who
wandered in one day and has re-
mained ever since.'
By way of local color. Chaplain
Winokur added that "it's winter
here, so the temperature is only
in the middle nineties. Crawling
all around me are lizards, centi-
pedes and ants. But who am I
to complain when the mosquitoes
find me repulsive?"
Well, you can't please every-
Lt. Col. Ben Sternbcrg, 20, of
Starke, Fla.. has been awarded
the Distinguished Service Cross
an award second only in im-
portance to the Congressional
Medal ol Honorfor extraordin-
ary heroism in action during the
The action in which Sternberg
figured took place between March
2I( and March 25 ol this year in
the vicinity of El Guttar, Tunisia.
More than 200 enemy tanks,
half tracks and armored vehicles
had attacked the infantry divis-
ion of which Sternberg was in
command. The enemy was mak-
ing a determined effort to de-
stroy the preliminary American
offensive in that sector.
The Germans attacked at dawn.
Lt. Col. Sternberg, ignoring all
personal risk and fully aware of
the danger that confronted him,
began circulating throughout his
battalion area. He was exposing
himself to severe machine gun,
mortar and artillery fire in the
treeless terrain. But he proceed-
ed on his rounds, shifting critical
positions, urging his men to stif-
fen their resistance, personally
directing local counterattacks.
When the battalion was once
more subjected to furious enemy
assault, Lt Col. Sternberg in-
spired his troops, by his own ex-
ample, to such determined resist-
ance that the enemy was driven
off, the position held intact.
The award citation praises "the
indomitable courage and initia-
tive displayed by Lt. Col. Stern-
berg" through which he "in-
spired his command to greater ef-
forts and aided materially in the
success of the mission."
Lt. Manuel Mendelson, 23. of
Pittsburgh, Pa., a bombardier
who estimates he has dropped
125,000 pounds of bombs on the
Nazis and territory under their
domination, holds the Distin-
guished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clus-
ters. A veteran of 25 missions.
Lieutenant Mendelson is now
back in this country.
The name of the Fortress he
served on is "Kipling's Error." for
its crew was composed of five
men from the the East and five
from the West. "The worst raid
i was in," Lieutenant Mendeison
recalls, "was over H a n o v er,
where fighters made us their tar-
f4(t for two and a half hours and
we were in the thick of the most
flak I'd ever seen." Some time
before, he had anchored a sheet
of armor plate on the left hand
side of the Fortress' nose against
the window. On the Hanover
mission a 20-mm. shell came
tearing into the nose and was
stopped by that protective sheet.
"That's why I'm here today," he
said. "All that shell did was to
tear the shoulder off my jacket."
Manuel is one of three broth-
ers in service. Ben. 35, a cor-
poral, is stationed at Fort Meade,
and Abe, 32, a staff sergeant, is
a gunner and armorer on duty
at the Pyote Army Air Base in
I've Just Buried My Buddy*
Lt. Cmdr. Samuel A. Isquith,
45. of Brooklyn, a medical officer,
has been decorated with the Le-
gion of Merit "for exceptionally
meritorious conduct in the per-
formance of outstanding services
aboard the U. S. S. Vincennes."
The vessel, a heavy cruiser, was
sunk by Japanese fire in the Sol-
omon Island area on Aug. 9. 1942.
"Surmounting all the obstacles
presented by battle conditions,"
says Isquith's citation, signed by
Secretary Knox for President
Roosevelt, "he tirelessly devoted
himself to providing the injured
with skilled medical care, remain-
ing at his dressing station until
his sinking warship had been al-
m o s t completely abandoned."
Even on a life raft in the open
sea Lieutenant Commander Is-
quith took no rest from his ex-
hausting task, continuing to ad-
minister to the wounded about
him, and carried on after being
taken aboard a rescuing destroyer
and later aboard a transport.
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armed forces the help they need.
T/Sgt. Norman Glass, 24, of
Baltimore, Md., who reports in
messages to his parents that he
has completed 30 operational
flights over Axis-occupied Eu-
rope, has been awarded the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal and an Oak Leaf Cluster.
Sergeant Glass is a member of
the Eighth Air Force based in
Serving as radio man aboard
a Flying Fort, Glass has been
overseas since April and has been
recommended for training as a
pilot. All the members of his
crew have returned unhurt from
their missions. Sergeant Glass
was a mail order executive be-
fore entering the service.
A United States Marine
U. S. Matin* Cotp Pholo
Pfc. Thomas J. Raddlnrton of Milton, Mass. and Pfc. John J. Pas-
ton of Republic. Pa., have marked the grave of their buddy, killed
In action at "Suicide Point," Rendova Island, with his steel helmet,
rooks and a cross made of shell cases. Their fallen comrade, with
whom they journeyed thousands of miles into the Southwest Pacific,
*ave his life fightta* that liberty might be preserved in the country
lie called home._______________
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
J. W. 8. Director
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG. Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec.
Mrs. Max Dobrin. Ben B. Goldman.
Maurice Grossman. Louis Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs. Murry
Koven. Harry Markowitz. Alex-
ander F. Miller. at Roth. Fred
Shochet, Milton Sirkin. Joseph
Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach. Carl
Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry
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NOTES OF Y. M. H. A.
Happy New Year
Here's hoping all of you have
a healthful, happy and prosper-
ous New Year; and. above all,
we hope and pray that the VU
will be brought to a successful
termination before the year 1944
draw.-- to a close.
Hats off to "Bill" Singer and
his committee. They're really
'hitting the ball" in their plans
to make the annual bazaar the
most outstanding affair ever held
by iii Y. They're calling it the
V" victory bazaar, and it is ap-
propriate ly named. I'm looking
forward to seeing you there.
Don! forget the time and place.
It'll be held at the Y on Satur-
day night, Sunday and Monday.
January 15, i(> and 17th.
YM and YW Merged
At a meeting called for that
purpose on December 22nd the
YMHA and the YW11A were
merged into one organization.
was officially informed
merger by letter datt d
( i' 23rd from our hard-hitting
executive d i r e c t o r, Maurice
Grossman. I'll quote from his
letter, "History was made last
evening in that the YM and
YWHA, heretofore two separate
and distant organizations, con-
solidated and merged into one
mization, to be known as the
YM and YWHA of Gr< ater Mi
ami. This has been our goal
tor a long tun.' and we an- hi
that v. e finally achieved our
ition. Great things are in
store for the organization and
ior the communitj in k<
and with an active board, much
cm be accomplished*." Maurice
also informed me in his lettei
that 1 was electro to men
ship on the hoard of directors,
for which I am grateful to all
members of the Y.
Solov and Marvin Concert
We have the raiv privilege of
witnessing a performance by two
young artists, who are each
"tops'' in his field, at the Y.
Sunday. January 9th, at 4 p m.
Sgt Zachary Solov has perform-
ed at several Y functions before
as a member of the Air Corps
Caperers. He's really a swell
ballet dancer. The other young
artist who will appear with Sgt.
Solov is Pvt. Frederick Marvin.
Freddie is a pianist and a darn
good one. He gave a concert at
the University of Miami Conser-
vatory a lew months ago, and
recently was the recipient of a
swell write-up by Walter Win-
ch, II for his ability. He's from
California and is widely known
in his home state.
Edward Clarke Book Review
As I told you last week, Pre-
r Edward Clai ke, ol the Um-
versity of Miami, will review the
I onk "Mother Russia" at the \
on Wednesday evening, January
5th. Professoi Clarke is in great
demand by al! organizations in
tin.-- community for book reviews
ise of Ins keen interpreta-
tions and his ability as an an-
indeed fi rt unate
of this to have him and should by all
in'-.ins attend tin.-- program.
A. Z. A. Convention
a Kho chapter of
aid an ail day convention
Y last Monday, December
Even though 1 do not have
the particulars before me. I have
been informed that the conven-
tion was well attended by boys
and girls from various sections
of the state who participated in
ating, oratory and athletics.
The day was climaxed by the
dinner-dance held at one ol the
r known clubs in the city.
Post War Plans
been much discus-
sion about the erection oi an
ropriate Jewish community
center in Great r Miami after
the war. Planning committees
been appointed by the Mi-
ami Y and the Miami Beach Y.
Tl le committees are supposed
to iron out certain details and
then commence a drive for funds
to lie used for building after the
war Since the appointment of
the committees 1 have heard of
little that has been done
I feel that the people of Greater
Miami are entitled to have a
community center and 'hat plans
should be made for same imme-
diately. Lets put this worthy
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Miami Beach Jewish Commu-
nity Centet>Lte Friday eve-
ning services at 7:15. Service
will be dedicated t<> the college
youth. Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
pfc. Isadore Rose, Miss Tema
Rubenstein and Miss Caryl Rose
will disCUSS. "Jewish Youth
Looks .u the Min row." Saturday
morning ai o'clock. Rabbi
Lehrman will speak mi. "What
Price Duty.'" Junior congrega-
tion service at 10 a. m. Bible
class under the direction of Mor-
ris Gershon at 4:4f> p. m. Sholos
S'udos, donated by Mi Oshero-
wit/. at ti p. in.
Cantor Abraham I). Wolf will
chant tile Service, and will be
assisted by the choir.
Beth JacobFriday evening
servici at i' o'clock. At 8:30 p. m
fourth lecture ol series. Rabbi
Mc. chelofl will discuss,
"Old New Year." Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock Junior .-< r-
vices will he held m the Com-
munity building, under direction
adult services, Rabbi Meschelofi
[will speak mi. 'When Brothers
Meet." Canter Maurice Mam-
ches Will chant the melodies
Sholos S'udos service at <> p. m.
All servicemi n w < let ime.
Schaarei Zedek Late Friday
eyi ning s< rvice at 8:30. Rabbi
Simon April's topic will lie, "The
Outlook for 1944." Saturday
morning services a' !> o'clock,
celebrating Bar Mitzvah cere-
mony of Walter Aaron Aplel-
baum, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Max
M Apfelbaum, with Sandy Ofso-
witz and Sunny April conducting
tiie Shaachris service. The Bar
Mitzvah will recite the Hattorah
and address the congregation and
will sing "Hymn of Glory." Min-
cha service at 4:45 p. m., follow-
ed by Bible class under direction
of Rabbi April. followed by
Beth DavidLate Friday eve-
ning at 8:15. Rabin Max Shapiro
will cenduct the services and
Cantor Louis ILiyman and choir
will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro's
topic will be. The New Year
Will Decide." Reception in the
patio will follow, with Mr. and
Mis. William Friedman acting as
host and hostess in honor of their
wedding anniversary. Jurum
congregation services Saturday
morning at 10:30,
Temple Israel Regular Friday
evening services at 8:15. Recep-
tion in the vestry rooms af-tci
services. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
will lecture on "A Critical Sur-
vi v of Christian and Jewish
History." Saturday morning
service at 11 o'clock.
Beth Sholom Center. 7(il 41s!
St.. Miami Reach Services are
scheduled flir Friday evening at
A guest speaker will ad-
dress the congregation. Cantor
Ai raharn Friedman will chanl
tl musical portion of the pro-
gram and lead m the congi
singing. The sisterhood
will act as hostesses for the social
hour following the serv
Saturday morning services at
9:30 a. m. Junior congregational
sen ices Will he hi Id at 11:30 a. m.
ham Friedman will
conduct the services. A Kiddush
will be served the children by
the sisterho I
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
itionServices are scheduJ-1
'I- Friday at 8:15 p. m. and
I 8 a. m and 5 p m
Rabbi Joseph E, Rackovsky will
speak Saturday morning on
"I roper Proof" and evening s. r
, vices en "Portion of the Week."
,Sholos Suedos will [ Saturday
at 5:15 p. m. A program (if
songs and Zmiros has been ar-
ranged for the occasion Daily
services at 8:30 a. m. and 6:15 p.
m. The Mishnah group will
daily at 5:45 p ni. and the Shu-
Ian Onich group at (i:3U p. m.
All are Welcome.
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Bv PAUL WEITZMAN
This will be the last column
for this year, and the last column
by this correspondent.
In this column the writer should
give a resume ol the activities of
the Lodge during the past year
and activities now in progress
and soon to be completed.
At this time this column should
likewise set forth the aims ami
hopes of the administration
which will take over the activi-
ties of B'nai B'rith in Greater
Miami for the coming year.
Despite the fact that all these
matters should be touched upon
by the writer space will not per-
mit a Complete analysis, hence .t
ia omitted entire!),
With the next issue of The Flo-
ridian, another member of Sho-
lem Lodge will take over "this
corner"' to bring to the members
and friends of B'nai B'rith the j
newa and activities of the Lodge
as a unit of B'nai B'rith and as '
an integral part of the commun- '
Marx M. Feinberg has been des-
ignated to "take over" by the
President Elect, Milton A. Fried-
man, and knowing Brother Fein-
berg we are certain that this
column will gam readers and
popularity, for Marx has a ready
Wit, a glib tongue and a line sense
of humor. We know you will
walcome him to "The Jewish Flo-
ridian" as well a.- to "B'nai B'rith
For ourselves, we frankly con-
fess that at times "getting out a
column'* was a chore, but derived
some satisfaction from the "ei
by favorable comments from well
intentioned friends. '
In closing this column for th-
year, in addition to our own Z
bring to you from Lou Hcn'mr.
president, and the other officer.
of Sholem Lodge, the best of th!
season's greetings, and wishes for
a most Happy New Yeear With
hope enhanced for an earlier vie
tory by the progress air,
made in the war by the United
The incoming admin istration
headed by Milton A. Friedman
join in expressions of hope and
good wishes for th.. comin- vpar
and pledge to Sholem Lodge and
the community an active B'nai
B'rith year, with the object of
carrying forth to a great i', x'ent
than ever those project: i dear
to the organization.
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THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT
1709 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-9951
CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE
All Pastries Baked on the Premises
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS
Cataring to Organisation*. Partis*, and Banquati