The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 17No. 4
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
VFICHSKETTI
MAKE PLANS FOR
Proceeding with plans for the
forthcoming 1944 drive, campaign
chairman, Jake Sher. together
with officers and members of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion are meeting regularly to
map out events and details of
the campaign.
The budget committee com-
pleted its series of conferences
and deliberations and certified to
the directorate the budget for
the ensuing year which was un-
animously approved.
The campaign goal, the result
ol the budget committee's delib-
eration, calls for $189,095.98 to be
lised and allocated to 40 or-
ganizations.
The quota calls for a 40 per
cent increase over last year's
budget which is necessary to
fulfill federation's obligations to
its agencies and accept for the
community its minimum share of
responsibility, during the present
crisis.
Local agencies, including seven
groups, comprise about 27 per
cent of the campaign goal.
Overseas relief and rehabilita-
tion, covering the United Jewish
Appeal, the largest beneficiary of
the drive and the agency which
includes the JDC, the UPA and
NRS, accounts for 41 per cent
of the quota.
A number of outstanding
, speakers have been tentatively
secured to address the gatherings
that will be called both prior and
during the campaign, which is
scheduled to start March 19th
and last through the end of the
month.
FELSHIN IS NATIONAL
CHAPLAIN OF I. W. VETS
Rabbi Max Felshin, who was
commissioned first lieutenant and
chaplain in the U. S. army in the
last world war, has been appoint-
ed national chpalain of the Jew-
ish War Veterans of the U. S.
Rabbi Felshin has been notified
of his appointment in an official
communication from National
Commander Archie Greenberg.
Rabbi Felshin, a graduate of
Columbia university, was ordain-
ed in 1918, when he immediate-
ly volunteered for service with
the army during world war I. He
jjraduated the army chaplains
candidate school at Camp Bach-
ary Taylor, Louisville, Ky., and
was commissioned first lieuten-
ant and chaplain. He also served
with the AEF in France, being
attached to the 81st division.
APPEAL CHAIRMAN
CENTER SPEAKER
NEXT WEDNESDAY
Louis Lipsky, chairman of the
executive committee of the Unit-
ed Palestine Appeal, American
instrument for the upbuilding of
the Jewish homeland in Pales-
B'NAI B'RITH TO HOLD
3RD WARTIME MEETING
y PARTIES T
RED CROSS ASSISTANTS
WILL BE ENTERTAINED
Members of the staff assistants
corps of the Dade county chapter
of the American Red Cross will
be entertained at an end of the
year party at the home of their
chairman, Mrs. Stanley Myers,
512 S. W. 21st avenue on Satur-
day afternoon January 29, at 2:30.
Activities of the past year will
be reviewed and certificates will
be awarded to those who have
taken the last two courses.
Heads of the volunteer service
corps and the field directors and
members of their staffs with
whom the staff assistants have
worked during the past year will
also be among the guests.
ASSOCIATION TO HOLD
MEETING MONDAY EVE
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors will be held on Monday,
January 31. at 8 p. m. in the
Sunshine room, Ingraham build-
ing. Members of the Rabbinical
association nave been invited to
attend.
OFF MY
CHEST
By Philip Wylie
Washington, D. CThe third
war time-meeting of the execu-
tive committee of the supreme
lodge, governing body of B'n./
B'rith between triennial sessions
of the supreme lodge, will meet
in Washington, D. C, January
30th and 31st, to lay down the
broad outlines of B'nai B'rith's
post-war program and to map
plans for intensifying B'nai
B'rith's contribution to the war
effort.
The executive committee
meeting will be preceded by the
annual meetings of the national
Americanism commission, the su-
preme advisory council of Aleph
Zadik Aleph and the B'nai B'rith
vocational service committee, all
three of which will also consider
post-war goals and programs.
Henry Monsky. Omaha. Nebr..
president of B'nai B'rith. will
preside over the meetings of the
executive committee.
FANATICISM OF NAZIS
SHOWN IN NEW BOOK
LOUIS LIPSKY
tine, will speak on its behalf at
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center on Wednesday.
February 2nd, at 8:15 p. m.
An outstanding personality in
the leadership of the American
Jewish community, Mr. Lipsky is
associated with every national
organization to safeguard the
rights and promote the welfare of
the Jews of America and other
lands. He is an officer in most
of these bodies.
He is vice president of the
American Jewish congress and is
also an American member of the
executive of the Jewish agency
for Palestine.
For more than 30 years. Mr.
Lipsky has been a dominant
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
New YorkA most original
treatment of history was pub-
lished on January 25 by the firm
of Querido, Inc., New York, un-
der the dramatic title "The Lion
Rampant." Its author, the Press
Chief of the Netherlands infor-
mation bureau. Joseph W. F.
Stoppelman, has written a book
teeming with facts, and filled
with documentary evidence and
tales of nazi oppression. The
nucleus of this extraordinary
volume was written in Dutch by
an escaped journalist. Louis de
Jong, and published in London
under the title "Je Maintiendrai"
(I shall maintain). In its English
guise the book incorporates
events up to the beginning of last
autumn; it is written in a swift,
descriptive manner and contains
a summation of Teutonic fanatis-
ism.
PRES. ROOSEVELT
Elaborate parties at several
Miami and Miami Beach night
clubs and hotels have been ar-
ranged for Sunday night marking
the 11th annual celebration of
President Roosevelt's birthday.
Lieut. Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Gov. and Mrs. Spessard E. Hol-
land, and the Duke and Duchess
of Windsor have been invited to
attend the celebration by Judge
George E. Holt. Dade county
committee chairman.
Spots for the officially desig-
nated parties, at which the honor
gues's will appear during the
evening, have been limited to two
this year, the Latin Quarter, on
Palm Island, and the Drum, on
Coral Way.
Outstanding among Beach ho-
tel affairs will be an afternoon
cocktail party and tea dance at
the Roney Plaza. An admission
charge of S2 per couple will be
made, the entire proceeds going
to the committee. Dinner at the
Drum and Latin Quarter will be
$10, half of which goes to the
committee. The Frolics club will
stage a special dance program,
admission being $1 per person, all
nf which*"goes to the committee.
Other hotels and night clubs
cooperating with the committee
include the Jefferson, Beach-
comber and Hurricane, where
Sally Rand is appearing. A por-
tion of the proceeds from these
entertainments will go to the
eommi.tee.
Proceeds received by the com-
mittee arc divided equally be-
tween the National Paralysis
Foundation and Dade county for
the fight on infantile paralysis.
Reprinted, Courtesy The Miami Daily News, Issue of January 20, 1944
WESTBROOK PEGLER, America's stuck whistle, stopped
his Johnny-one-note campaign against crooks in labor
long enough, the other day, to mutter that there wasn't
any anti-Semitism in Americajust people worrying about it
and what was all the fuss? Well, some of my best friends are
anti-Semites. I know that the very great majority of Americans
do not take part in this sinister fadpolls have made that clear
Ibut there is too much of it here in Miami, and in New York,
Boston and Chicago for the comfort of common citizens like me.
To say it doesn't exist is like putting a brick on the safety valve.
I That 8 what a column is, isn't it. Peg? People like you and me
I ought to use a pound of steam and the free press to get the rec-
ord straight. Jews can't. They would be arguing against those
who have already condemned them. That leaves us. Where-
Ifore, your Analyst is putting out an Extra.
I have heard hundreds of malicious charges brought against
the Jews by people I know, most of whom should know better.
These charges are always of two kinds: either charges that
could be made with exactly equal truth against all humanity,
or lies. The people who make them are unable or unwilling to
check fact and find out truth. So they repeat lies without the
slightest realization of their origin or their monstrousness.
They blame lews in particular for thoee human failings of
which we are all guilty equally, and which have led to the
misery of this hourthough it is plain even to them that the
lews have suffered most from it. That lack of logic, of heart
of wisdom, is at once the saddest and the snidest of m<"
weakness. Numberless times in his history, he has punished
one group or another in spiteful vengeance for some calamity
brought about by the greed or the stupidity of all groups o-
(CONTINUSO ON FAQS 4)
CHARITY RAY NETS
LARGE SUM FROM
HIALEAH TRACK
By far the largest contribu ion
from any source to the 1944 war
chest campaign is the check for
$33,230.58 from Miami Jockey
club derived from Charity day at I
Hialeah, Saturday, January 22. !
according to Oscar E. Dooly, cam-
paign chairman. This represents
net profit for the day after purs-
es and operation expenses had
been deducted.
"The campaign committee and
chest directors are deeply appre-
ciative of this splendid support
to the war chest effort, made
possible through the courtesy of
track officials, especially Sam
McCormick, secretary-treasurer.
The delightful luncheon to which
were invited directors of the
war chest and community chest
together with divisional leaders
of the campaign, proved to be a
friendly opening for the afternoon
at Hialeah. We wish to thank
publicly John C. Clark and Mr.
McCormick for their substantial
support," states Dooly.
Daniel J. Mahoney, chairman
of the race track division of the
war chest campaign says a similar
plan is being anticipated with
Tropical Park at their spring
meet and from the dog tracks
and Jai Alai, all of which have
had a top notch season.
Miami air depot has made com-
plete plans for participation in
the war chest campaign, accord-
(CONTINUID ON PAGE 4)
Top (1. to r.) Henry Monsky, B'nai B'rith president, who will
preside over Executive Committee sessions, January 30th and
31st in Washington, D. C, and Sidney G. Kusworm, chairman
of the Americanism Commission, who will preside over
its session on January 27th. Bottom (1. to r.) Leon Obermayer,
chairman of the Vocational Service Committee, who will
preside at its session on Saturday evening, January 29th, and
Philip M. Klutznick, president of the Supreme Advisory
Council of Aleph Zadik Aleph, who will preside over its
sessions on January 28th. Ted Sakowitz, local youth, will be
present to sit in the AZA discussions.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28,
PAGE TWO
(organization
activities
fee form of a luncheon r,:j|)
hall Monday :1M birth-
ip. m
|day anni
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HERE
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la-
j. W. V. AUXILIARY
Mrs. Frank
IEV/IS^CqNGRESS_
monthly meeting at ,e YM *
WHA at No. 1 Lincoln road. Mi
ami Beach.
A program has been prepared
by the committee on war activi-
ties and will include a bond rally.
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub chair-
man of home and community ser-
vices division of the Dade county
defense council, will be the guest
speaker.
Miss Ruth Brotman. chairman Mrs. Nat Bo*, trustees.
of music and entertainment, has tk ,
BETH JACOB
kowitz Post
Veterans
at the ret-
evening, at Belt
officers
were:
vice
junior
Alpei
man,
iudgi
Ginsburg,
'IT'.'
I H' IJUM .111*1 *.......... ,, PCII1 i 11.11.'*'*.....,, ., .
hate a nun. insUllation Sunday Mrs Jan M Jos.
evening. February 6th. al Beth d Mr. A Trc
David. Among dBtinguis
euests of the post at this meeting __________
The post and "'ran
arranged the musical program
including Lucille Keyes, soprano,
and Eleanor Clark Linton. pianist.
A social hour will follow. Mem- gues
bers and their friends are urged wen
to attend. The war activities SUM Sat
committee in charge of the ar-|u. S. marines,
rangements, includes Mrs\ A. t. past
Woolfe Mrs. Phillip Salmon. \ officer; bam
Mrs. Rose Weiss. Mrs. Randolph Mas^past nationa j
Atlanta. Ga
1
.! Arkin,
Tues.. Feb. i*t Hadaasah -
feting 2 P. rn -Nationd
i Jewish Children
Regular njeeting-JP.
. | Board meet-
The board of directortrfj^
Beth Jacob sisterhood met Tu
day at the home of Rabbi 2
Mrs. M. Mescheloff Plans f
motion picture to be shown
the synagogue on Sunday tfrZ
ary 12, were completed. ^
The Both Jacob sisterhood win I
meet Monday, January 31, at *
Beth Jacob community hail n!
meeting will include a cultunj
program. Chaplain H. H. Gont*
will be the guest speaker.
The second in the series *
adult Study lectures will be ml
at the Beth Jacob conwnunS i
building this Wednesday Kb? i
ary 2, at 8:15 p. m. *
Approximately a hundred ma ;
and women enrolled at the Jm
session. The course is free art '
open to all. ^ !
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff #,'
lecture on "The Daily Prayerf
at 8:15. Cantor Mamches wift
Miss Belle Segal at the piano wjl
present a study of "Beginnm*
of Jewish Music."
Shcvach, Mrs. Max Meisel.
honoring Dr. and Mrs. Stephen
S Wise to be held Sunday. Feb.
27th at the Latin Quarter, can be
made by calling Mrs. Joseph
Rose, chairman in charge of ar-
rangements. Phon 52012. Res-
ervations will be limited.
Tickets for the review of the
"Ten Commandments" to be re-
viewed on Feb. 16th. by Mrs. I.
M. Weinstein can be purchased
at the door.
" ""' Feb- *rrdemeetin? -
-..........-&TB5irt5B S '?t^B
Zion Bannci acting 2d Washington
i p m.
nationa] ex- region A x Vai rri. Feb. 4 -Forum Series
n 5th dis- art Bi Dr. Z. I. uncil of Jewish Worn-
tnct; and. Fred Harris. Meriden, Archie Brick an
Conn., past national commander. ;.,. Beai
---------------------------------------------- recognized in this
Riskind,
vice

NATIONAL COUNCIL
Reservations for the luncheon ^^^^"1*.dis- 'J
who an
tl
the Poat War
M. B. MIZRACHI
cles.
The district tiatcd the
The Miami Beach Mizrachi mi it Mortimer May Forest pn
at the Beth Jacob community the purchase of 50 tre plans
building Saturday night. Over an un,i,.r way for a rapid ex- \
200 men and women attended the pans.ori ,,f this purchasil
in
Beach Y1:30 p. m.
Sun.. Feb. 6th Sholem Center
Buffo I supp< rfl 30 p. m.
EASTERN STAR
Past matrons and past patrons
uansion <>t US punini.--.ii>; *. rw I"-....., _.
MA Lipkind. who fathered th< thi Emunah Chapter No 175
idea is now laying the ground- of the < E. S were honored last
meeting.
Of historic interest was the
meeting on the same platform j worjj for a Chamisi Oser B'Shvat night
(Thursday at their reg-
= iof Rabbi Jacob Levinson, fonner' p'rog"ram. at which time the Ar- ulai eeting at the Scottish Rite
national president, of the Mi/ra- hor ()ay ,^.a w,n be used to plant, T< : W.
^(""HAARFI 7EDEK.
5zSSSB--------------.------- chi arganization. and Rabbi Eliez-1 many"'trees" in honor of friends. I with*' Worthy Matron Mrs. Etta
The annual Purim ball of the er Silver, president of the Afiud- sons anr) brothers serving in the Davidoff and Worthy Patron
Ladies Auxiliary of Congrega- ath Israel. armed forces Morns Frank presiding. There
tion Schaarei Zedek will take Also on the program were
place Wednesday. March 8th at Abraham Cohen, speaking
The regular monthly meetiw
of the National Council of Jew.
ish Women, Miami section, will
be held Wednesday, February 1
at 2 p. m. at the YM & YWHA,
1 Lincoln road, Miami Beach.
Speaker at the meeting will
be Charles F. Slater, member i I
the price panel of the Dade com-
ty ration board, who will take a
his topic "Price Control." A mu-
sical program will be presented!
by Mrs. Lillian Kraff, sinfa
Mrs. Kraff will be accompanied I
by Miss Anyuta Melicov.
The board will convene Moo-
day morning, January 31, at II |
a. m. in the office of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. 1012
Congress building.
HIAS
Biscayne Temple.
we ; Great enthusiasm is being en- was an initiation ceremony and
,:0n gendered over the forthcoming Sidney H Palmtr, past worthy
",cnn visit of Louis I.ipsky a great patron, rend, i leveral vocal
ATTENTI0N1TEEN AGERS!!!
The Miami "Y"
PROUDLY PRESENTS
The Teen Age
NITE CLUB
(For Boys and Girls 14-18)
AT THE "Y"
1567 S. W. 5th Street
SUNDAY NITE
JANUARY 30
8:30 O'CIOCK
COMPLETE FLOOR SHOW
12-PIECE ORCHESTRA
DINING : : : DANCING
ADMISSION:
25c Stag 15c Drag
Part of the Proceeds Will Be Given
to the President's March of Dimes
Fund for Infantile Paralysis Vic-
tims.
"Geulath Jerusalem." Rabbi
Candel. and Mrs. Sondelson
Stander. national vice president ft,";,
of the Women's Mizrachi.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff acted
as chairman of the evening. SPINOZA FORUM
Plans for the annual celebration-----------------------------------------
of Mizrachi "Palestine Night" to ,,.. vVilliam H McM
I be held on Tuesday, February ,, ,lf Ml;,
18th. at the Beth Jacob community ;ik thls
hall were presented.___________ Saturda 3 o'clock
11th
.
and 0
Next Feb. 1 si
Dr Morn
will starl a com i
I'ln Art ai
Living His I i ill be
on "Longi
Satui
van Paas
n Ally."
1
planned for selections, accompanied by Mrs.
Wednesday evening, 2 Henry Rabin, past worthy mat-
.________jron Gift.- w< presented to ail
and
| it*
past
Nathan Bookspan special rep-
resentative of the Hebrew Immi-
grant Aid Society announces tba
he has completecd arrangementi
for the fifth annual Tourist ban-
quet for Sunday. February 2flJ
at the True Farm Restaurant, Mi*
ami Beach. The Peoples Tour*
committee are in charge of the
patrons, banquet.
' For a Pleasant Evening *
yuit
CASABLANCA
DINE AND DANCE
in a True Moroccan
Atmosphere
COCKTAILS
MIDNITE SUPPERS
22S N. E. 79th Street
JOHN HAPSAS. Manager
PHONE 7-9343
mi rait
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Fri.. Jan. 28Last Day
WARNER BAXTER
IN
Crime Doctor s
Str
THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT
1709 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH PHONE $-9151
CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE
All Pastries Baked on the Premises
(HOICK WINES AND LIQUORS
Catering to Organisations, Parties, and Banquets
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A n in Good Pood prepared and served by the
Prina Pi inc< Hotels of Arvcrne and Rockaway Park
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Now affiliated with Beth
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645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Dietary Laws Observed
SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY
2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS
Meats Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From
1 P. M. 8 A. M.
OPEN EVERY DAY
As In Life So In Death
The character or quality of our abode must be
in keeping with our station.
IN LIFE, you seek the "finest" section for your
home address.
IN DEATH, your "finest home address" is
MOUNT NEBO.
For an environment of beauty, dignity and
sacredness, for yourand your family'spermanent
home, for eternal rest, you will plan your burial
estate in MOUNT NEBO.
Perpetual Care. Convenient Terms.
Compliance with your religious desires.
Our Director. Rabbi S. M. MachteL Will Confer
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IIDAY, JANUARY 28. 1944
vJtnistrftridSsHn
PAGE THREE
B'NAI BRITH SAYS
l I
WHJff WILL YOU DO TO MAKE IT THE VICTORY YEAR ?
:
i8k
7k me MXOPi
mswat
Me fa/rottstiitoyyOMS
BONDS PURCHASED IN ANY CATEGORY. E, F, G. 2ft% OR TREASURY. ARE CREDITED TO
B'NAI B'RITH. PURCHASE PAYROLL PLANS THROUGH SHOLEM LODGE B'NAI BRITH
BUY BONDS NOW!
B'NAI B'RITH BOND BOOTHS ARE LOCATED AT
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN., 45 N. E. FIRST AVENUE. MIAMI
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK. 420 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
B'NAI B'RITH OFFICE, 330 SEYBOLD BUILDING
TELEPHONE 3-6306
HELP B'NAI B'RITH COMPLETE ITS FOURTH SUCCESFUL BOND CAMPAIGN ::
WE BOUGHT EXTRA WAR BONDS
WAR LOAN
BACK THE ATTACK;
This Advertisement is Made Possible by the Co-Operation
Henry's Auto & Truck Parts
76 N. W. 14th Street
Luby Chevrolet Company
1055 W. FTagler Street
Star Liquor Store '
1501 N. W. 3rd Avenue
Novelty Sales Company
44 N. E. 1st Avenue
Dade Federal Savings & Loan Assn.
45 N. E. 1st Avenue
Simco Shoes For Men
1317 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Provident Loan Company
39 N. Miami Avenue
Florida Wholesale Grocery Company
82 N. E. 26th Street
Roes Army & Navy Store
110 N. Miami Avenue
Leonard's Store
741 N. W. 2nd Avenue
of the Following Progressive
Steven's Market
2201 N. W. 62nd Street
East Coast Fisheries
360 W. Flagler Street
Dr. Frederick R. Frank
1136 W. Flagler Street
Miami Iron & Metal Company
2841 N. W. 32nd Avenue
Mayor Jewelry Company
16 N. E 1st Avenue
Leaders of Out Community:
Public Sell Service Stores
N. Miami Ave. at 4th Street
Gordon Funeral Home
710 S. W. 12th Avenue
Ackerman Insurance Agency. Inc.
Seybold Building
Rudy's Equipment Company
522 North Miami Avenue
Royal Castle System
W. D. (Bill) Singer
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28
1944
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tnt tat the rebu of the
OFF MY CHEST
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
gether. Hitler did it most recently to Jews, then to Protestants
and Catholics. Shall we follow him?
To be an anti-Semite is to repudiate our Constitution and to
deny every syllable of meaning in the story of America. People
don't think of that, but every law we have made is based upon .
the principle of the individual and his rights. Talk does not
often lead to chaos. But there has never been a chaos that was
not preceded by talk, much talk, all prejudiced, ignorant, un-
derground, dishonest and evil. My mean-talking friends are not
planning action. The very thought would make them shudder.
But the tone their muttering takes is the sort that can stampede
idiotsand has done so a thousand times. They are people
who should not stand as poor examples to the less intelligent,
the less decent, the vicious and morally deficient.
many campaign I I
for the pi
work in I
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of the most
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pression had become
For mai
ed as presidi nl ol the Z
rlEY justdon't reason. They tell meall of themthat
some of their best friends are Jews and that there are
"fine" Jews. Five minutes later, they belittle and demean | organiza'l
"Jews"thus thrusting knives in the backs of those "best
friends." They are too empty-headed to perceive that, by every-
body else, their Jewish friends are automatically included in
their generality. That is one measure of their stupidity. They
ought to know, if they are over 10 years old, that the proportion
of "fine" people among Gentiles runs just the same, to the last
decimal point. And they should remember that whenever a
group is disenfranchised or destroyed, mankind then has the
tyrant or executioner to deal with. In such a case it would be
themselves. Finally, they should have been taught this truth:
Those who persecute one group inevitably turn upon others.
I daresay 50 per cent of the anti-Semitic talkers known to me are
also anti-Catholic. Suppose their words, which have the same
darkling color that made pogroms in Europe, become reality?
Against whom would they strike next?
Butlet us half-suppose it. Like the shrewd hill-billy in the
fable, let us turn propaganda into imagined reality. If it hap-
penedwhat? Suppose all Jews vanished at the stroke of
midnight. What evil would be undone? What blessing would
result? What's this talk all about?
The next day, there would still be as many crimes commit-
ted, per capita. Prisons would remain proportionately as full, i
The incidence of gangsters and rapists would rise slightly.'
The number of corrupt political leaders and office holders would
hardly diminish by a handful. We'd lose ground in the war, j
where hundreds of thousands of good Allied soldiers were miss-
ing, and because the Axis would lose nobody. No problem of
the peace would change a hair-breadth. Even Palestine would
thA? 15*? W Tproblem JUSF" waf, 5?strikers would
still strike; John L. Lewis and Petrillo would still haunt us. There
would be 4 per cent more foodbut distribution would buckle.
4 per cent more material for clothesand nobodv much lef-
to mob dotes a4 of course, toe, would tijt pe, 'JZ
I he movies and the radio wouldn t miss a beat, in spite of what
the anti-Semites have said. Only the quality would suffer. The '
growth hi :' instru-
tal
Mr, Lipsky i
in his capacity as an xecutive
of the Zionist i n rgi ncy council
eff rt i fight thi V' D n-
Bid w ''
would exclude Jev imn
... March
31. 1944
Miami Beat '.' i
trict invites tl
to attend 1

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(CONTINUED FROM FAGE I
market would sag, but not collapse, for there are not that many
Jews in it and the average Jew is poor, in spite, again, of the i

illiterate folklore.
day.
and
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NO GAIN. What loss? Well-most of the people
make America laugh would be gone, for one thing.
many of the people who touch our hearts every
Poets, writers, dramatists, journalists, best-loved radio
movie stars and musiciansthousands upon thousands of these
You can write the list yourself. We'd lose hundreds of great
philanthropists, myriads of lesser ones, and hundreds of thou-
sands of the kindest people in America besides. Our culture
would be knocked out and the throat of our mirth would be cut
Quite a loss. But it's nothing. We'd lose so many scientists
that the progress of man would be set back the length of your
whole lifetime. We'd lose the millions of babies and adults
their research was going to have saved. We'd lose thousands .
of men now thinking up instruments of victory-and all the un-
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countable engines they would have invented for the empire we
call the Future. If we had caused this, we'd lose the American
Constitution and its Bill of Rights, our security, eve^bod?.
liberty, our self-respect, and the immortal souls of those who '
had contributed to the measureless catastrophe even by talk
Information. Please," would be winoH w..j C.T.
ruch anc
THINK. Think HONESTLY. That's all it takes.
Bcrruch and Hedy LaMa^Alb^ !
an"'-1
2KB"5fc_^ be_says. it is the doing of Marshall Field V
COO!
Up.
defnite plan
I strikes and by hi. own^^^cS^Stt^^
that whhrtle jammed on the old tune again! Th^ne^noSt'1^
sour and screechy. new turn frorrfsm ,e ,V^
'conflict.
c pn
YOU SHOULD KNOW ...
Reports are on hand of new anti-Semitic incidents neqr
Boston. ... But they may not bo made public, because to*
Jewish leaders fear that would disturb the good-will activity
that have sprung up since the first publication of news of su<4
disorders. ... In one clash among youngsters in a Boston
suburb, incidentally, the Jewish boys were expecting the
tack and had organized for it, and administered an artistic
beating to the young emulators of Hitler------Some of the Jewith
boys were arrested, but it was worth it Sergeant Barney
Ross of the Marines is still under treatment for the malaria h
contracted at Guadalcanal, but he still has the old Ross Pun^
as he recently demonstrated to a couple of lugs who wen
cracking wise about certain passersby.
ZIONIST NEWS .
Rabbi James G. Heller has been nominated for the chaj.
manship of the United Palestine Appeal. Rabbi Abba H.
Silver, the present chairman, is too busy with the Zionist
egency Council. Rabbi Israel Goldstein has his priority,
and by the time you read this may already be in England to
1 the Zionist conference. Chaim Greenberg, the writer
and leader of American Poale Zionists, had been scheduled
to be a member of the American delegation to the conference
in England. ... He packed his bags and prepared to go-and
then discovered to his dismay that he couldn't go to Europe.
. For. although he has been in this country for a couple of
decades Chaim had forgotten to take out American citizenship
papers. Meyer Weisqal was vacationing at Miami Florida
when he was called back to New York by Dr. Nahum Goldman,
who had to see him before taking oil in a trans-Atlantic plane
for England. How Meyer managed to get a seat on the
Miami-New York plane is a story in itself. ... But he almost
missed the plane While Walter Jacobs, of the hotel family,
was driving him to the airport at breakneck speed, the car wo
halted by a motorcycle cop. Speeding, and no headlkjhs
was the charge. But Meyer whispered something to the
policeman, showed him a picture of Dr Weixmannand wa
driven to the airport under police escort with the official tires
clearing the road for him. ... He fust made the plane.
BOOK NEWS .
Albert Kahn's and Michael Sayers' "Sabotage." which s
:. of the book market's fastest sellers, is going to be taken
over by another publisher, the third to handle the book. ..
And if you're wondering why all these changes, we'll let you in
on a secret: In these days of paper shortage a whopping best-
seller like Sabotage" can't be handled by just one publishing
firm as its paper quota for an entire year would be used up
by the popular demand for this expose. Andre Maurois,
whose Seven Faces of Love" is just about to be publ.ohed and
who is now putting the finishing touches on another volume,
The Muacle of America." is planning still another book, which
he will call "Victory in France." ... If you've been wondering
how long it would take to read the Bible out loud, we can tell
you that a reading of both the Old and New Testaments takes
eighty-four and a half hours. This information comes from
the American Foundation for the Blind, which has just brought
out a complete recording of the Bible for the sightless.
STAGE AND SCREEN .
Movie director Fritz Lang believes in doing things thorough-
He has done so much research on John Brown, the
famed abolitionist, who is the subject of a forthcoming Lang-
directed film, that he has gathered enough material for a book
about Brown which he expects to write as soon as he finds
time. ... A play about the Army Service of Supply has just
been written, and may be seen on Broadway ere long, *
hear. The dramatist is Sergeant Gottfried Reinhardt. son of
the late Max Reinhardt. The idea of a film about the Divine
Sarah Bernhardt) is not exactly new, but nothing has ever
been done about it. ... So you'll be glad to know that plan*
ior such a picture are again being discussed, and that Gertruds
Lawrence is being mentioned for the stellar role.
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Jan Peerce, Metropolitan Opera tenor whom you non-Ne*
YorKers know through his Victor recordings, has made hs
movie debut, and what is more, has as a fellow debutant nonj
other than Arturo Toscanini. ... But the chances are that youl
never see this picture. ... It was madewithout comperisatiaj
for any of the artists, by the wayfor the Overseas Branch*
the Office of War Information, and will be shown in Ian*
"Derated from the nazi yoke. The fihn centers about Veraii
Hymn of the Nations" and features also a number of Unit*
Nations anthems not included in the Verdi opus. Aside
Walter Winchell: And why shouldn't Mark Twain's daugW*
cah herself Mrs. Gabrilowitsch? ... She is. after all. the wido*
j m New Jersey are planning a special forest in Palestine asj
memorial to the late Senator W. Warren Barbour. who help*
save several hundred Jewish refuqees from the nazi terror dt
aiding their immigration to this country. ... A New York Frenct
weekly recently published a long poem by 15-year-old Claud*
Gruenblat, daughter of Maxa Nordau and granddaughter
Max Nordau. ... Like her mother. Claudia also paints, but hj
main interest is one she shares with her father, Capt Clou*
Gruenblat: engineering. ... Our best wishes for a q"
recovery to Kurt Blumenfeld. veteran Palestine Zionist lead*
>n the U. S. for the duration. Franx Werfel's friends
very worried about the present state of his health- "J
i^Ht n advued Him to take a complete rest M*JE
forbidden all writing for a prolonged period_____*abbl.*S
Steinberg, versatile and talentedI minister of the Park Aven*
Synagogue, is slowly recuperatinq from the breakdown w
suffered while he was on tour in the West.


DAY. JANUARY 28. 1944
BETWEEN YOU
AND ME .
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1943, Jewish
Telegraph Agency, Inc.
ADVICE TO LEADERS
| We hear that the American
wish committee has sent out
letter to Jewish community
kaders advising them against
E periodical, "The Protestant"
Ad the organization known as
lc "'Textbook Commission." .
ie letter urges Jews not to
I've any support to the Textbook
immission which has been or-
inized by Kenneth Leslie who is
gto the editor of "The Protest-
it" The avowed purpose
the commission, the letter
lys. is to secure elimination
fom Christian religious school
Ixt books of statements tending
inculcate hostility toward
ws. The American Jewish
>mmittee points out that there
no need for any new organiza-
3n in this field. Responsible
Swish and Christian organiza-
3ns have been active in this
krection for the last 10 years, it
fcys. ... A group headed by
fr. James V. Thompson, profes-
of religious education at the
r'W Theological Seminary, re-
kewed all Protestant religious
(aching material in this country
5m this point of view far back
1932. The report it sub-
mitted was favorably received by
jblishers of religious texts as
ell as by responsble groups in
ke various Protestant denomina-
5ns. Further progress was
ide about three years ago by
Ie commission on educational
fganization which includes rep-
ksentatives of the Federal Coun-
of Churches and the major
Iacob speaker
|or vaad hatzala
|Rabbi Eliezer Silver, here on a
ree week trip in the interests
the Vaad Hatzala, which does
klugee saving work in Europe,
as guest speaker at the Beth
kcob synagogue last Saturday.
[The Vaad Hatzala has done
fer a million dollars of refugee
ark since its existence. It has
iught to this country approxi-
itrly a thousand Rabbis, deans
European Yeshivoss and their
ident bodies, and lay leaders of
kropean communities. In addi-
t>r. it has transported a similar
iber of like people to Pales-
e, is feeding approximately.
DO Jews in Siberia, and some
Yeshiva students and faculty
Shanghai.
|This year the Vaad Hatzala
taken upon itself a budget
i $1,250,000. 25 per cent of this
fcdget is to be spent on rescue
>rk of all kinds of Jews in
Stern greater Germany.
''thin the past four weeks ap-
jximately $100,000 of this goal
been raised.
Rie installation of the national
kasurer of the Vaad Hatzala.
>raham Cohen, will take place
U Sunday night at the George
s-hington hotel.
+Jewlst> rhrkUain
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Protestant denomination. Al-
so by the Commission on Am-
erican Citizenship organized by
the Catholic bishops of the Unit-
ed States. ... As to the peri-
odical "The Protestant," the Am-
erican Jewish committee asserts
that it has established that this
publication is backed by no of-
ficial Protestant body and that
its editors have been soliciting
funds from Jewish organizations
and individuals. The commit-
tee expresses the opinion that
"The Protestant" tends to arouse
animosity and distrust between
people of different creeds.
MIAMI Y TO SPONSOR
THIRD CONCERT SERIES
The third in the series of con-
certs sponsored by the Miami YM
Sc YWHA will take place Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the
Miami "Y" auditorium, 1567 S.
W. 5th street.
At that time, Sgt. Bela Urban
will present Sgt. Clifton Hughes,
baritone, and Pvt. Frederick
Marvin, pianist.
NEW SOCIETY, LODZERS
IS FORMEI^ON BEACH
A group of Miami Beach resi-
dents and vacationers, formerly
of Lodz, Poland, or having rela-
tions there, met this week to form
the Lodzer Young Men's Bene-
volent society. The group will
include the Lodzer Friends and
will establish a home for the aged
in New York and on Miami
Beach.
Herman Basch, in memory of
his father, Tanchum, deeded a
64 room building located on 17th
street and Second Avenue. New
York. The group meeting at
the home of Alfred B. Rosenstein
selected Mr. Rosenstein as chair-
man and Mr. Basch as treasurer
and will seek a location on Mi-
ami Beach where they can bring
the aged needing this climate to
convalescense.
Gartenberg & Schechter's
GEORGE WASHINGTON
HOTEL
SU-t.x Koshr Dil -'] Room
Cat< ..... o.....Public
> i
i : i 1:
p H ON f
t
Face Facts
by Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Ami Defamation Leaque
A lady telephoned the other
day.
"I called at an employment
agency and when I told them my
religion, I was told they could
not place me. It seems they deal
mostly with Jewish employers
who refuse to hire Jewish help."
We telephoned the employ-
ment agency and spoke to the
interviewer.
"We place most of our help
in hotels on Miami Beach." the
explained. "The hotel owners
there, even when they are Jew-
ish, won't hire Jewish help.
Maybe." she addedand thii
hurt, "they think we gentiles
aren't so bright and they can
get more out of us with less
pay. Maybe, they're right."
That Philip Wylie article in
the Miami Daily News was one
of the best we've ever seen.
We first arranged to have 20,-
000 reprinted. However, requests
have been received for several
thousand additional including one
from the National Conference of
Christians and Jews for 5,000 for
national distribution. If you'd
like some copies to give to people
who you think would profit by
reading the article, you may ob-
tain them by writing or calling
ADL office, 330 Seybold building,
telephone 3-6306.
Try to get hold of a copy of the
pamphlet the Harvey Seeds Post
of the American Legion is dis-
tributing on behalf of the Fourth
War Loan drive. Its good stuff.
And while you're at itbuy a
bond and give a pint of blood!
JEWISH FOLK SINGER
TO APPtAR AT BEACH
Chayolo Breber, internationally
known Jewish folk songstress,
will appear in her first recital
in three years on the American
stage, Saturday evening, Febru-
ary 12th, at the Miami Beach
Drexel high school auditorium,
14th and Drexel avenue, Miami
Beach. She will be accompanied
by Miss Anyuta Melicov at the
piano. Her recital will highlight
the global impact of the war on
the musical and dramatic out-
pourings of the oppressed, but
unconquered soul of the Jewish
people.
London Arms Hotel
/27 COLLINS AVENUE
Now Open to the. Public
Under
Pers;nil Management
D ROSNER
Formerly Hotel Aitor
DINING ROOM-NOW
OPEN TO PUBLIC
I I 7Gy ICC
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PHONE 58-1174
OELKERS IS CANDIDATE
TO STATE LEGISLATURE
Richard Oelkdrs, jr., Miami
business man and civic leader,
and resident of Coral Gables for
the last 14 years, Saturday an-
nounced his candidacy for the
state legislature from Dade coun-
ty in Group 2.
Pointing to his successful rec-
ord as a merchant and active
participant in the civic and busi-
ness life of the community for
more than a decade, Oelkers said
that he would base his candidacy
and legislative activities on a
common-sense business approach
to the problems confronting this
area and his constitutents.
Oelkers attended New York
university and Rollins college, is
vice president of the retail mer-
chants' division of the Miami
chamber of commerce, and presi-
dent of the Miami Avenue Mer-
chants' association.
In addition to having been
president of the Coral Gables
junior chamber of commerce.
Oelkers is a member of the board
of directors of the Dade county
chapter, American Red Cross and
chairman of the merchants' di-
vision for the coming Red Cross
drive. He is also a member of
the Young Democrats, the Orange
Bowl committee. the Miami
lodge of Elks and a member of
the harbor patrol, U. S. coast
guard reserves.
HONOR PINS GIVEN TO
SERVICE ENTERTAINERS
Honor pins for a minimum of
100 hours entertainment to the
| convalescent service men in this
area have been awarded, under
the auspices of the entertainment
committee of the Red Cross, to
Miss Anyuta Melicov, pianist, and
Miss Ruth C. Brotman, soprano.
Both have given their services as
soloists, have co-headed their
troop, scouted talent and arrang-
ed programs. Miss Melicov be-
sides rehearsing the groups has
accompanied other prominent tal-
ent appearing on the programs.
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National Brands Institutes Employe Retirement Plan
National Brands, distributors of
national brands of foods and bev-
erages, and one of the largest
firms of this type in this area, an-
nounced recently through its
president, Sam Blank, the adop-
tion of a Retirement Income Plan.
Established for the benefit of .he
employes of the concern and its
affiliated companies, covering the
entire state of Florida, the plan,
as announced by Mr. Blank, is
being used as a guide by other
companies in the creation of em-
ploye insurance funds and is set-
ting a precedent that other large
concerns are following.
Mr. Blank, in a statement to
his employes, traced the growth
of the firm, now in its nineteenth
year, to its present important
place both in the community and
in the state. He paid tribute to
the employes without whose help
and cooperation, he stated, this
growth and success could not
have been accomplished.
The present plan, known as the
National Brands, Inc. Retirement
Income Plan, is another step for-
ward in the numerous benefits
established by the company for
its employes and their welfare
and security. The plan provides
substantial life insurance protec-
tion until retirement age and up-
on retirement provides for gener-
ous monthly payments for life. It
supplements and is in addition to
Social Security which is now pro-
vided by the government, group
life insurance and hospitalization
insurance. Outstanding and most
noteworthy feature of the plan
is that despite its large premium
expense, this year exceeding
$25,000, it is without cost to em-
ployes of the company.
Employes of the company have
their own committee to adminis-
ter the set-up, which became ef-
fective as of May 31st of last
year. Retirement age of the em-
ployes has been set at 65, provid-
ed that a ten-year period has
been served. The plan is set up
'o distribute the retirement in-
come payments in relation to em-
ploye's earnings.
Mr. Blank, head of National
Brands, reputed to be one of the
largest wholesale beer distribut-
ors in the United States, and af-
filiated companies, is widely
known for his civic and commun-
al philanthropic endeavors and
has served the local community
actively in many of its organiza-
tions. At present he is president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Pictured below are members of
the organization, left to right:
Gordon McCracken, Harold Coyle,
President Blank, Jack Miller, and
Tyre Sawyer.
I. M. ROSENTHAL, MD.
Has Reopened Hli Office* at
420 LINCOLN ROAD
Suite 307
Mercantile Natl. Bank lag.
For Appointment Phone 5-2232
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FRIDAY
IKH^^W <**
WEDDINGS
BETH DAVID
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
Pvi Mu St d
at.1!
three week- w::~ h ,.
m-lTw and sister Mr. snd -
V-. DImKr,i >' -
Nat Blumberg
The Beth David Sisterhood will
hold its annual carnival Sunday,
January 30th, tamedtatehr after
Sunday school assembly. All crni-
asked to arrange to re-
mam as Ihe committee in charge
planned a luncheon at a
.,,,, charge. PannM
; to have lunch with their
[pen. A Marionette show, by
Molka R ich, will be presented at
m. Games will be played.
anted, and refreshments
i d.
JANUABYaJ
Notice la haraliv u- ^
deralgned. dealt I,,* ,,, 7' '>< uTM
MM under th.- fi, ,,;**" l a. I
BI8CAYNE rooii HALto? ta'Ml
i t, m Mlam Ku'r.H*"*?!
to reflater Mid tiajn, T, ^ -tail
the Clark ..r n, ,'" ,h* oflffSI
l.a.l- County. Kl?,?l;i'Uu" ^Jl
'"I.AUA I ST._. '
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.Jer.!,,,.-.!. dMirlnJ to ISM
noM under the f|, utl,, m **
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man, N Shu ff an n. "Sabbath* m 1
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DENVER CHILD'S HOME
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A bingo and card party, spon-
the Miami Jewish Or-
rhood. will be held
the YM&WHA
M, i',. a< h, No. 1 Lincoln
Mi Pearl Redmond is
ted by Mrs. R.
Mi S Karasik.
CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS
AT W. FLAGLER TRACK
running <>f the last
i ation event to-
all eyes on Mon-
nd the run-
ip finals
nth annual West Flagler
ii ,: tj stakes, the rich-
ti ing fixture in

I rogram -tart at
thi laily double on
; md third races West
ration with the
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Florida, tat.nda *
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PAGE SEVEN
TER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federtraon
Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Us Keep Record of Our Men In Service
SERVICE
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PARADE!
1TH LOCAL BOYS
cond Lt. Irving Scherer. who
ently was commissioned in
Marine Reserve Corps, has
graduated from the artil-
t nurse and assigned duty
|th a combat group. He is the
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scher-
352 S. W. Fourth St.
HI
jMalcolm J. Magid. son of Mr.
id Mrs. Harry Magid, 1443 West
, reported to the A.A.F.T.C
tion, "Pen-in field,
cic pilot training.
Tex., for
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. QEORQE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG, Vice-chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, StC.
Executive Committee
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ban B. Goldman,
Maurice Grossman. Louis Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowltz, Alex-
ander F. Miller, at Roth, Fred
Shttchet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph
Stein, Mra. Herman Wallach, Carl
Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
MIAMI MAN REPORTED
AS MISSING IN ACTON
A Miamian reported in action
in the Mediterranean area of
fighting according to the latest
casualty list announced by the
War Department is Pvt. Herbert
Glazeroff, whose father, Aaron ] at7he*Gordon~funeTaThom7.'wrth
OBITUARIES
MAX STEUER
Max Steuer, 48, former New
York attorney who had been as-
sociated with the legal depart-
ment of the war production board
here, died Sunday at his home,
1301 S. W. 21st avenue. He came
here eight years ago from New
York City. He was a member of
Temple Israel.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Ruth Steuer; a son, Norman Rob-
ert Steuer, and two daughters,
Ina and Coral Helen, all of Mi-
ami; two brothers, Joseph and
Harold Steuer, and three sisters,
Mrs. Freda Funt, Mrs. Bertie
Ungar and Mrs. Shirley Elgerd,
all of New York City.
Services were held Thursday
D. Glazeroff resides at 322 S. W:
5th Street.
First Lieutenant Samuel Franz
blau is now serving with the air
service command overseas. In
the reserve army since 1932 he
was called into active duty in
1937 and for six months previous
to entering this branch of the
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiating.
MRS. ANNA Y. BERNSTEIN
Mrs. Anna Young Bernstein,
43, of South Miami, who came
here three years ago from Brook-
lyn, N. Y., died in a hospital
Sunday. She is survived by her
husband, Samuel Bernstein.
Services were held Tuesday at
the Gordon funeral home. Dr.
who died Thursday in a local
hospital after a brief illness. He
was a member of Beth David
congregation and B'nai B'rith
Rabbi Max, Shapiro conducted
the services followed by burial in
Woodlawn Park. Abbott leaves
his wife, Ida; two sons, Lieut.
Jack Abbott, USA; and Harry,
New York; a daughter, Mrs. Clara
Cohen; a brother Tom and four
sisters, Mrs. Eva Margolies, Mrs.
Lena Lipson, Mrs. Anna Levinton
and Mrs. Edith Denos.
ANTHONY KLEIN
Anthony Klein, 64, died at his
apartment, Hampton Court, 2800
Collins avenue, Miami Beach.
January 24th. Riverside Memori-
al chapel had charge of arrange-
ments and the remains were sent
to New York for burial accom-
panied by Mrs. Ross Michelson.
service, he was in charge of a ,
CCC camp. He is the husband I!Jacob H.~Kapian of'Tcmpie Israei
of Mrs. Tessie Franzblau of 1061 |0f which she was a member, of-
lln active combat in the Pacific Aviation Cadet Frederick S.
Meridian avenue, Miami Beach.
Ur three years as a Marine in- Orosaberq. son of Mr. and Mrs. l!
ructor, Maj. Dave Drucker, son -
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Druck- *
is squadron commander of a S
roup slated for a six-weeks va- :
\iion after three more weeks of j
Ey. A brother.lst Lt. Joseph
Drucker, is a bomber pilot, sta-
Dncd at Gulfport, Miss. \A"V: I ing transfer for
_ i advanced in-
Murry Zohn. son ofMrs. Sophie j 82 struction.
Lieutenant Samuel Cohen. 26,
Grossberg. 212 S. of Washington, D. C, an army air
W. 20th Rd., has force navigator, lost his life in
finished primary action in the Mediterranean
pilot training at area. An aviation enthusiast dur-
Harris field, at ing his college days, he was part
Cape Girardeau, owner of a training plane. Two
Mo., and is wait- of his brothers are also in the
service, one in the air force, and
the other in the medical corps.
JlD, 922 S. W. 3rd St., has been
omoted from Sl/c to Aviation *__._,.
chinist Mate 3/c. At present __" an<* Mrs. Charles A.
is stationed at the United K,eo8k, accompanied by their
Sergeant Jack Perolman. 25.
of Manchester, N. H, a member
of General Patton's 7th army
during the invasion of Sicily, has
Lte. Nav-aTAir Button .t Sen- ^SSSf\JPtSb/Sli be "Sported lulied toSto
fa. Florida. Murry is past vice ^JP^AJg*te_vigt!n ,'rth Sergeant Perolman was one of
vsident of the Miami 322 AZA *** oth**-u M- four children in service: three
lapter.
Lt. Saul Broida. who was form-
rly associated with his father-
s-law, Maurice Horowitz, is at
omc on a furlough visiting his
and her parents at 1931
Jendian Ave. He has a leave of
days after which he will re-
>rt at Chanute Field. 111. Lt.
roida enlisted in the army air
rps in August, 1943, and was
km to the officer candidate
hool at Stuttgart, Ark., where
graduated as a pilot Jan. 7.
Edith Whitney of the Belle I*4e
Court apartments. Ensign Keoski
is an instructor at the Pensacola
naval air base.
brothers and a sister.
Capt. Marvin E. Hoffman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoff-
man, now is head of the plans
and training department of the
Greenwood army air field at
Greenwood. Miss.
Lieutenant Jack Winokur. 21,
of Detroit, Mich., a fighter plane
pilot serving in Australia, has
lost his life in action. A gradu-
ate of Central high school, he
entered the service two years ago,
and had been overseas six
months.
ficiated.
ALEX JOSEPH
Alex Joheph. 57, died suddenly
Thursday morning at his home,
721 15th street, Miami Beach. A
retired retailer of cloaks and
suits, he came here nine years
ago from New York city. He is
survived by his widow, Mrs. Celia
Joseph; a son, Lieut. Herbert
Joseph, Savannah, Ga. a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Evelyn Silverman. Mi-
ami Beach, and three brothers and
four sisters. The body was sent
by the Riverside Memorial chap-
ter to New York city for services
and burial.
CHARLES ABBOTT
Funeral services were held
Sunday in the Gordon funeral
home for Charles Abbott, 68, dry
goods wholesale merchant of 360
Meridian avenue, Miami Beach,
FORMER MIAMIAN NOW
HIGH IN MUSIC CIRCLES
Leonard Rose, former young
Miamian, who at 25 has riten to
the first cello desk of the Phil-
harmonic Symphony, will play
with the Philharmonic orchestra
at 3 p. m. Sunday. Jan. 30, on the
regular broadcast. Rose spent
four years with the Cleveland
Symphony, moved to New York
with his former conductor. Artur
Rodzinski, when that eminent
leader took over the Philhar-
monic.
Leonard, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rose of this city, re-
ceived his early education here
and attended the Curtis School
of Music. Walter Grossman,
prominent local musician, was his
first teacher, and predicted a
brilliant future for him at that
time. He will make his debut
with the New York Philharmonic
in Carnegie Hall Saturday eve-
ning and the same program will
be broadcast over WQAM Sunday
afternoon. His parents planned
to attend but because of travel-
ing restrictions could not make
the trip.
Are you aiding in the
County War Chest Drive?
Dade
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Imerblum,
750 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
have received word from their
son William H. Imerblum, dental
Pfc. Donald M. Schroeder, 20,
of Freeport, 111., radio operator
on a transport plane, lost his
life when his plane crashed dur-
ing a routine training mission
M. Marks, son of Mr. and son w"" "' ^ "n tn .n over Fort Benning, Ga. A stu-
irs Morris Marks, 900 16th St.. forps. of his prornotion to a sen- enlisted
Bam! Beach, has been promoted > ^e^^Vinden M?-' in the air corPs a year a*-
f staff sergeant at Fort Eustis, the. former Jcanctte MUlden. Mi
fa where he is attached to the ami Beach, is with him at Camp
jance department. He was Ferry, va.
recently on furlough. He
Pvt. Irving Banks, 33, of New-
ark, N. J., infantryman on ma-
neuvers in Tennessee, was killed
in an automobile accident while
driving the command car for 1
lith the intelligence department of the chemical warfare division, field d,rector 0f the Red Cross.
th- Austin. Tex., AAF base, has been killed in action in Italy. ---------
id Capt. Bert Marks, a physi- A social welfare investigator in g^ Rob#rt Cohen, 19, of the
in, is attached to an infantry civilian life, he was in service BronXi aerial engineer, was one
lit in Italy. one year._______________ 0f the crew of eight killed in
B-24 Liberator
over Wendover Field,
Utah, last September. A gradu-
ate of James Madison high school,
he had been in service nine
months.
Ill 16 ICVCIUIJ *_*! lUllUU*|iii **-
fa two brothers in the service. Pfc. Sanford C. Shapiro, 32. of
taff Sgt. Charles A. Marks is Merchantville. N. J., a member driving the command car for the
he
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Pvt. Sheldon Cohen. 18, of the
Bronx, died of gunshot wounds
sustained while on maneuvers at
Fort Jackson. In service six
months, Private Cohen had been
a member of the Mosholu Jewish
Center.
Lt. Jerome S. Victor, 24, of Chi-
cago, an army bombardier, is a
nine-medal flier, holding the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal, and seven Oak Leaf Clust-
ers. One of three brothers in
service, Lieutenant Victor has
been on combat duty in the Medi-
terranean area and flew in the
lead ship on crucial missions over
Ploesti, Rome and Foggia.
At the annual meeting of Unit- Henry Herzenberg has recover-
ed Welfare bureau of Palm ed from a minor operation. Mr.
Beaches, plans were made to. Herzenberg was formerly a visi-
handle problems for the coming : tor to this city,
season. President Dubbin presid-
ed. Maurice
tary.
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PAGE EIGHT
Jewit>nrM**!L
nUDAY, JANUARY 28
Youth Cabaret and Dance
Next Sunday evening January
30th the Youth Council of Great-
er Miami will hold a cabaret and
dance affair at the Y. The Y will
be decorated in nite-club fashion
and an excellent floor show is
being arranged. A 12-piece or-
chestra has been engaged to pro-
vide music for the occasion and a
refreshment bar is being set up
for those who attend. Bernard
Sindler of Miami Beach will be
master of ceremonies. The mem-
bers of the ALS chapter of B'nai
B'rith girls will act as hostesses
for the evening. Howard Moss
and Charlotte Blumberg arc in
charge of the entertainment,
Harold Berkowitz and Diaiine
Kovan are in charge of refresh-
ments, and Bernice Sidle and
Selma Schnitzer are in charm- ol
publicity.
This is one of the big social
events of the year held lor the
lien-age groups, and part of the
proceeds will be contributed to
the "March of Dimes."
Concert
A concert by Sergeant Clifton
HuKhes. baritone, and Private
Frederick Marvin, pianist, will
Ik held at 4 o'clock in the ai er-
noon, next Sunday, January 3U'.h.
at the Y.
Lecture on Moses Mendelsohn
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
Jewish Community Center. Mi-(
ami Beach. will speak on,
"Moses MendelsohnLiberator of
the Jew from the Ghetto." This
lecture will be given Wednesday
evening, February 2. at 8:15'
o'clock at the Y. The Haskollah j
movement, which started a new
liberal trend in Judiasm. was
fostered by Moses Mendelsohn, |
We welcome Rabbi Lehrman to
the Y. and we feel that his sub-
ject will be of interest to all
Jews. It will definitely be worth-
while to hear this lecture.
The Y extends thanks to Rabbi
Max Shapiro, of the Beth David
Synagogue, for his excellent lec-
ture of last Wednesday evening.
On Wednesday evening, Peb-
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
area arc as follow
Beth David-Late Friday eye-
ham Neuman will speak on "The services will be conducted
World Outlook from a Jewish
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
ruary 9th, at 8 o'clock, at
Beth David Snyagogue, Dr. Abra-
-GORDON-
FUNERAL HOME
710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI
TEL. 3-3431
Moderate Costs Always
Within the Means of
Individual Circumstances
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"

Worthy and Deserves
Your Full Support and
Recommendation

SERVING MIAMI BEACH
AND MIAMI

EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH
Standpoint." Dr. Neuman is pr.
dent of Dropsie College for He-
brew and Cognate Learning. Fur-
ther information regarding this
lecture will be released in the
very near future.
Miami Y Honored
The Miami Y was singularly
honored by Ohio State university
recently, when that institution
sent a senior student from
school of social administration
to do her field work hei
student's name is MlSS BaS! Si
bulsky. who is a resident of
Martins Ferry, Ohio. Miss Si
bulsky. is working under Mr
Grossman's direction and is doing
group work particularly girls
groups She has organized a dra-
matic group for girls betv,
the ages ol 12 and 14 T
meeting ol this group will
Monday afternoon, Januarj 31, at
4:30 o'clock at the Y and
Si bulsky invites all girls
tween tl of 12 and I I
attend.
Lou Saltt. former si
and board member ol thi Y,
is now living in Wa i. D
C, is down here on a \
with his wife. Lou was an
dent Y worker, former n
, of our basketball ream;
even though he has bei
in Washington foi somi I i
still retains his Y members! i
Murry Grossman, first pr<
dent of the Y. n my nun
si rves me correctly, wrote a loi-
ter to the Y rec< ntly, Hi
gaged in defense work at K. y
Wi t, and expressed his
ovei not being able to <
participate in the Y funi
the present.
Solhe Levine. an active Y mem-
ber for a number of years, re-
cently wrote our director. Maur-
ice Grossman, from Italy. Sollie
is over there with our U. S arm
ed forces.
It is fellows like Lou, Murry.
and Sollie who keep the Y spirit
,t 810 Rabl i M u
conduct the B<
Louis Haymai
officiaU
dedicate,
This Sabbath wil
. to the Piom
ens Organization ol Paleituw ',;
Sonia Kamenstsky, chairn
itional organi; '
. : n Pali
three -. iring the war |
will bi the guest
Di ration and Whiti P
local pioi dl be
I rig th i
: Saturdaj
t 9:30.
will become
servii i I 10:30 a. m
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tism. II

Saturday nioi
Bar :.: i
Barton Ra r Co
and Mr II Coin n II take
placi
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Rabbi
.! Averagi
Man.' Satui I
alive. Even though they are not vices begin foi
with us in body, they are con- continui
stantly thinking of the Y and
their friends in Miami.
Maurice Grossman requests
that all news received by parents
and friends of our members in
the armed forces be given to the
Y in order that we might know
where our members arc and how
they are getting along.
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
Miami Beach Exclusively
Homes and Investments
Properties
Ask for my free 1944 Informative
Map cf Miami Beach
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868
l Promptly
at 10:3 j :
nation servi
following participating Mui
S: ; ntzer, Irving
Sha
ny Apni. All en Fe din
seryici s at 5 p. tn.. I
| Bible cla ted by H.
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lalmud Ti i
are now m session P
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8:15 o'clo
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ma directoi

After a hasty survey of the
oond issuing agencies. I am ad-
vised that the total purchases
through B'nai B'rith at this writ-
ing are $100,000 in series E
bnds With less than 3 weeks
,, go 1 can hardly see how our
(,uota Wiii be reached. It is
strongly urged that every mem-
ber who is purchasing bonds or
-tamps through the 10 per cent
,ving plan or through any other
plan make all DUH bases through
B'nai B rith. This should not be
,H to do and would evi-
. ,, at least an active interest
in this project. The Fourth War
Loan is not an ideal. It is a goal
ill bi n achi d It would
, bli for our organiza-
fall down on its small
Please, please make an
fforl to pin chase your
uring the coming week at
;: issuing agencies. If
ion arises call any
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the thoughts and opinions of thai
writer, but belonr to the or-T
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not publicized due to the well
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wJewiisti floridlam C3555B1 The Jewiislh Vanity P* VOLUME 17—No. 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS VFICHSKETTI MAKE PLANS FOR Proceeding with plans for the forthcoming 1944 drive, campaign chairman, Jake Sher. together with officers and members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are meeting regularly to map out events and details of the campaign. The budget committee completed its series of conferences and deliberations and certified to the directorate the budget for the ensuing year which was unanimously approved. The campaign goal, the result ol the budget committee's deliberation, calls for $189,095.98 to be lised and allocated to 40 organizations. The quota calls for a 40 per cent increase over last year's budget which is necessary to fulfill federation's obligations to its agencies and accept for the community its minimum share of responsibility, during the present crisis. Local agencies, including seven groups, comprise about 27 per cent of the campaign goal. Overseas relief and rehabilitation, covering the United Jewish Appeal, the largest beneficiary of the drive and the agency which includes the JDC, the UPA and NRS, accounts for 41 per cent of the quota. A number of outstanding speakers have been tentatively secured to address the gatherings that will be called both prior and during the campaign, which is scheduled to start March 19th and last through the end of the month. FELSHIN IS NATIONAL CHAPLAIN OF I. W. VETS Rabbi Max Felshin, who was commissioned first lieutenant and chaplain in the U. S. army in the last world war, has been appointed national chpalain of the Jewish War Veterans of the U. S. Rabbi Felshin has been notified of his appointment in an official communication from National Commander Archie Greenberg. Rabbi Felshin, a graduate of Columbia university, was ordained in 1918, when he immediately volunteered for service with the army during world war I. He jjraduated the army chaplains candidate school at Camp Bachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky., and was commissioned first lieutenant and chaplain. He also served with the AEF in France, being attached to the 81st division. APPEAL CHAIRMAN CENTER SPEAKER NEXT WEDNESDAY Louis Lipsky, chairman of the executive committee of the United Palestine Appeal, American instrument for the upbuilding of the Jewish homeland in PalesB'NAI B'RITH TO HOLD 3RD WARTIME MEETING y PARTIES T RED CROSS ASSISTANTS WILL BE ENTERTAINED Members of the staff assistants corps of the Dade county chapter of the American Red Cross will be entertained at an end of the year party at the home of their chairman, Mrs. Stanley Myers, 512 S. W. 21st avenue on Saturday afternoon January 29, at 2:30. Activities of the past year will be reviewed and certificates will be awarded to those who have taken the last two courses. Heads of the volunteer service corps and the field directors and members of their staffs with whom the staff assistants have worked during the past year will also be among the guests. ASSOCIATION TO HOLD MEETING MONDAY EVE A meeting of the board of directors will be held on Monday, January 31. at 8 p. m. in the Sunshine room, Ingraham building. Members of the Rabbinical association nave been invited to attend. OFF MY CHEST By Philip Wylie Washington, D. C—The third war time-meeting of the executive committee of the supreme lodge, governing body of B'n./ B'rith between triennial sessions of the supreme lodge, will meet in Washington, D. C, January 30th and 31st, to lay down the broad outlines of B'nai B'rith's post-war program and to map plans for intensifying B'nai • B'rith's contribution to the war effort. The executive committee meeting will be preceded by the annual meetings of the national Americanism commission, the supreme advisory council of Aleph Zadik Aleph and the B'nai B'rith vocational service committee, all three of which will also consider post-war goals and programs. Henry Monsky. Omaha. Nebr.. president of B'nai B'rith. will preside over the meetings of the executive committee. FANATICISM OF NAZIS SHOWN IN NEW BOOK LOUIS LIPSKY tine, will speak on its behalf at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center on Wednesday. February 2nd, at 8:15 p. m. An outstanding personality in the leadership of the American Jewish community, Mr. Lipsky is associated with every national organization to safeguard the rights and promote the welfare of the Jews of America and other lands. He is an officer in most of these bodies. He is vice president of the American Jewish congress and is also an American member of the executive of the Jewish agency for Palestine. For more than 30 years. Mr. Lipsky has been a dominant (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) New York—A most original treatment of history was published on January 25 by the firm of Querido, Inc., New York, under the dramatic title "The Lion Rampant." Its author, the Press Chief of the Netherlands information bureau. Joseph W. F. Stoppelman, has written a book teeming with facts, and filled with documentary evidence and tales of nazi oppression. The nucleus of this extraordinary volume was written in Dutch by an escaped journalist. Louis de Jong, and published in London under the title "Je Maintiendrai" (I shall maintain). In its English guise the book incorporates events up to the beginning of last autumn; it is written in a swift, descriptive manner and contains a summation of Teutonic fanatisism. PRES. ROOSEVELT Elaborate parties at several Miami and Miami Beach night clubs and hotels have been arranged for Sunday night marking the 11th annual celebration of President Roosevelt's birthday. Lieut. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Gov. and Mrs. Spessard E. Holland, and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor have been invited to attend the celebration by Judge George E. Holt. Dade county committee chairman. Spots for the officially designated parties, at which the honor gues's will appear during the evening, have been limited to two this year, the Latin Quarter, on Palm Island, and the Drum, on Coral Way. Outstanding among Beach hotel affairs will be an afternoon cocktail party and tea dance at the Roney Plaza. An admission charge of S2 per couple will be made, the entire proceeds going to the committee. Dinner at the Drum and Latin Quarter will be $10, half of which goes to the committee. The Frolics club will stage a special dance program, admission being $1 per person, all nf which*"goes to the committee. Other hotels and night clubs cooperating with the committee include the Jefferson, Beachcomber and Hurricane, where Sally Rand is appearing. A portion of the proceeds from these entertainments will go to the eommi.tee. Proceeds received by the committee arc divided equally between the National Paralysis Foundation and Dade county for the fight on infantile paralysis. Reprinted, Courtesy The Miami Daily News, Issue of January 20, 1944 W ESTBROOK PEGLER, America's stuck whistle, stopped his Johnny-one-note campaign against crooks in labor long enough, the other day, to mutter that there wasn't any anti-Semitism in America—just people worrying about it— and what was all the fuss? Well, some of my best friends are anti-Semites. I know that the very great majority of Americans do not take part in this sinister fad—polls have made that clear I—but there is too much of it here in Miami, and in New York, Boston and Chicago for the comfort of common citizens like me. To say it doesn't exist is like putting a brick on the safety valve. I That 8 what a column is, isn't it. Peg? People like you and me I ought to use a pound of steam and the free press to get the record straight. Jews can't. They would be arguing against those who have already condemned them. That leaves us. WhereIfore, your Analyst is putting out an Extra. I have heard hundreds of malicious charges brought against the Jews by people I know, most of whom should know better. These charges are always of two kinds: either charges that could be made with exactly equal truth against all humanity, or lies. The people who make them are unable or unwilling to check fact and find out truth. So they repeat lies without the slightest realization of their origin or their monstrousness. They blame lews in particular for thoee human failings of which we are all guilty equally, and which have led to the misery of this hour—though it is plain even to them that the lews have suffered most from it. That lack of logic, of heart of wisdom, is at once the saddest and the snidest of m< !" weakness—. Numberless times in his history, he has punished one group or another in spiteful vengeance for some calamity brought about by the greed or the stupidity of all groups o(CONTINUSO ON FAQS 4) CHARITY RAY NETS LARGE SUM FROM HIALEAH TRACK By far the largest contribu ion from any source to the 1944 war chest campaign is the check for $33,230.58 from Miami Jockey club derived from Charity day at I Hialeah, Saturday, January 22. according to Oscar E. Dooly, campaign chairman. This represents net profit for the day after purses and operation expenses had been deducted. "The campaign committee and chest directors are deeply appreciative of this splendid support to the war chest effort, made possible through the courtesy of track officials, especially Sam McCormick, secretary-treasurer. The delightful luncheon to which were invited directors of the war chest and community chest together with divisional leaders of the campaign, proved to be a friendly opening for the afternoon at Hialeah. We wish to thank publicly John C. Clark and Mr. McCormick for their substantial support," states Dooly. Daniel J. Mahoney, chairman of the race track division of the war chest campaign says a similar plan is being anticipated with Tropical Park at their spring meet and from the dog tracks and Jai Alai, all of which have had a top notch season. Miami air depot has made complete plans for participation in the war chest campaign, accord(CONTINUID ON PAGE 4) Top (1. to r.) Henry Monsky, B'nai B'rith president, who will preside over Executive Committee sessions, January 30th and 31st in Washington, D. C, and Sidney G. Kusworm, chairman of the Americanism Commission, who will preside over its session on January 27th. Bottom (1. to r.) Leon Obermayer, chairman of the Vocational Service Committee, who will preside at its session on Saturday evening, January 29th, and Philip M. Klutznick, president of the Supreme Advisory Council of Aleph Zadik Aleph, who will preside over its sessions on January 28th. Ted Sakowitz, local youth, will be present to sit in the AZA discussions. %  B



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IIDAY, JANUARY 28. 1944 vJtnistrftridSsHn PAGE THREE B'NAI BRITH SAYS l I WHJff WILL YOU DO TO MAKE IT THE VICTORY YEAR ? • : • i8k 7k me MXOPi mswat Me fa/rottstiitoyyOMS BONDS PURCHASED IN ANY CATEGORY. E, F, G. 2ft% OR TREASURY. ARE CREDITED TO B'NAI B'RITH. PURCHASE PAYROLL PLANS THROUGH SHOLEM LODGE B'NAI BRITH BUY BONDS NOW! B'NAI B'RITH BOND BOOTHS ARE LOCATED AT DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN., 45 N. E. FIRST AVENUE. MIAMI MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK. 420 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH B'NAI B'RITH OFFICE, 330 SEYBOLD BUILDING TELEPHONE 3-6306 HELP B'NAI B'RITH COMPLETE ITS FOURTH SUCCESFUL BOND CAMPAIGN :: WE BOUGHT EXTRA WAR BONDS WAR LOAN BACK THE ATTACK; This Advertisement is Made Possible by the Co-Operation Henry's Auto & Truck Parts 76 N. W. 14th Street Luby Chevrolet Company 1055 W. FTagler Street Star Liquor Store 1501 N. W. 3rd Avenue Novelty Sales Company 44 N. E. 1st Avenue Dade Federal Savings & Loan Assn. 45 N. E. 1st Avenue Simco Shoes For Men 1317 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Provident Loan Company 39 N. Miami Avenue Florida Wholesale Grocery Company 82 N. E. 26th Street Roes Army & Navy Store 110 N. Miami Avenue Leonard's Store 741 N. W. 2nd Avenue of the Following Progressive Steven's Market 2201 N. W. 62nd Street East Coast Fisheries 360 W. Flagler Street Dr. Frederick R. Frank 1136 W. Flagler Street Miami Iron & Metal Company 2841 N. W. 32nd Avenue Mayor Jewelry Company 16 N. E 1st Avenue Leaders of OUT Community: Public Sell Service Stores N. Miami Ave. at 4th Street Gordon Funeral Home 710 S. W. 12th Avenue Ackerman Insurance Agency. Inc. Seybold Building Rudy's Equipment Company 522 North Miami Avenue Royal Castle System W. D. (Bill) Singer 1


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: : PAGE EIGHT Jewi§t>nrM**!L nUDAY, JANUARY 28 Youth Cabaret and Dance Next Sunday evening January 30th the Youth Council of Greater Miami will hold a cabaret and dance affair at the Y. The Y will be decorated in nite-club fashion and an excellent floor show is being arranged. A 12-piece orchestra has been engaged to provide music for the occasion and a refreshment bar is being set up for those who attend. Bernard Sindler of Miami Beach will be master of ceremonies. The members of the ALS chapter of B'nai B'rith girls will act as hostesses for the evening. Howard Moss and Charlotte Blumberg arc in charge of the entertainment, Harold Berkowitz and Diaiine Kovan are in charge of refreshments, and Bernice Sidle and Selma Schnitzer are in charmol publicity. This is one of the big social events of the year held lor the lien-age groups, and part of the proceeds will be contributed to the "March of Dimes." Concert A concert by Sergeant Clifton HuKhes. baritone, and Private Frederick Marvin, pianist, will IK held at 4 o'clock in the ai ernoon, next Sunday, January 3U'.h. at the Y. Lecture on Moses Mendelsohn Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Jewish Community Center. Mi( ami Beach. will speak on, "Moses Mendelsohn—Liberator of the Jew from the Ghetto." This lecture will be given Wednesday evening, February 2. at 8:15' o'clock at the Y. The Haskollah j movement, which started a new liberal trend in Judiasm. was fostered by Moses Mendelsohn, | We welcome Rabbi Lehrman to the Y. and we feel that his subject will be of interest to all Jews. It will definitely be worthwhile to hear this lecture. The Y extends thanks to Rabbi Max Shapiro, of the Beth David Synagogue, for his excellent lecture of last Wednesday evening. On Wednesday evening, PebIn The Synagogues Of Greater Miami area arc as follow Beth David-Late Friday eyeham Neuman will speak on "The services will be conducted World Outlook from a Jewish £ B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG ruary 9th, at 8 o'clock, at Beth David Snyagogue, Dr. Abra-GORDONFUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means of Individual Circumstances "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" • Worthy and Deserves Your Full Support and Recommendation • SERVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI • EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH Standpoint." Dr. Neuman is pr. dent of Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning. Further information regarding this lecture will be released in the very near future. Miami Y Honored The Miami Y was singularly honored by Ohio State university recently, when that institution sent a senior student from school of social administration to do her field work hei student's name is MlSS BaS! Si bulsky. who is a resident of Martins Ferry, Ohio. Miss Si bulsky. is working under Mr Grossman's direction and is doing group work — particularly girls groups She has organized a dramatic group for girls betv, the ages ol 12 and 14 T meeting ol this group will Monday afternoon, Januarj 31, at 4:30 o'clock at the Y and Si bulsky invites all girls tween tl of 12 and I I attend. Lou Saltt. former si and board member ol thi Y, • %  is now living in Wa i. D C, is down here on a \ with his wife. Lou was an dent Y worker, former n of our basketball ream; even though he has bei in Washington foi somi I i still retains his Y members! i Murry Grossman, first pr< dent of the Y. n my nun si rves me correctly, wrote a loiter to the Y rec< ntly, Hi gaged in defense work at K. y Wi t, and expressed his ovei not being able to < participate in the Y funi the present. Solhe Levine. an active Y member for a number of years, recently wrote our director. Maurice Grossman, from Italy. Sollie is over there with our U. S arm ed forces. It is fellows like Lou, Murry. and Sollie who keep the Y spirit ,t 810 Rabl i M u conduct the B< Louis Haymai officiaU dedicate, This Sabbath wil to the Piom ens Organization ol Paleituw ; Sonia Kamenstsky, chairn itional organi; : n Pali three -. iring the war | will bi the guest Di ration and Whiti P local pioi • dl be I • rig th i : Saturdaj t 9:30. will become servii i I 10:30 a. m S %  l '. A \ ifauncc S 7 I %  I I Satui '.: : Ft Dr Gleni C Jai tism. II • Saturday nioi Bar :.: i Barton Ra r Co and Mr II Coin n II take placi Schaarei Zi li k i. • Rabbi .! Averagi Man.' Satui I alive. Even though they are not vices begin foi with us in body, they are concontinui stantly thinking of the Y and their friends in Miami. Maurice Grossman requests that all news received by parents and friends of our members in the armed forces be given to the Y in order that we might know where our members arc and how they are getting along. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Ask for my free 1944 Informative Map cf Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 l Promptly at 10:3 • • j : nation servi following participating Mui S: ; '•• ntzer, Irving Sha ny Apni. All en Fe din seryici s at 5 p. tn.. I | Bible cla ted by H. I Suedoss lalmud Ti i are now m session P urgi d t n gister chil i Bel %  %  8:15 o'clo will be J H ma directoi • After a hasty survey of the oond issuing agencies. I am advised that the total purchases through B'nai B'rith at this writing are $100,000 in series E b„nds With less than 3 weeks ,, go 1 can hardly see how our (, uota W iii be reached. It is strongly urged that every member who is purchasing bonds or -tamps through the 10 per cent ,ving plan or through any other plan make all DUH bases through B'nai B rith. This should not be ,H to do and would evi. • ,, at least an active interest in this project. The Fourth War Loan is not an ideal. It is a goal ill bi n achi d It would bli for our organizafall down on its small Please, please make an fforl to pin chase your uring the coming week at ;: issuing agencies. If ion arises call any organization and ad to i xplain to you %  • may stand in 1 would like to clear indersl ing as to the you may pur* 100.000 goal of Series B'nai B'rith is only purchase of a bomber lil for a bond mination and any be applied to the F mi th War Bond You aii not confined to E" bonds it you may purchase a i nomination von Auxiliary has apI Kesselman thi meetings comfor collabora• ng n ade by Mrs K< i and Harold Turk. ol th< B'nai B'rith • mmitti e, to arrange pctini in the future. %  ome ol this collaboration ; • nti ting to watch as i attempt in orderly colj n mad.between the lodge and the auxiliary. I night the pronal advisory counsel of the Hillel committee met and appoint, d i ommittees lor ways and s, policy and function, and building maintenance. Much enthusiasm shown for this counsel and \ A' next week a perman, n? dur| will be appomtec" whrc h C r be highly influential i? 3 the destiny of Hillel at th? 1 versities. ne Attention is being callnrl .. much comment to „ 9 which was held last Thi?" night at the "Y" by sig? chapter of the AZA fl?, arranged a forum discussion tween two Catholics, two PZJ ants and two Jews The r, ing good will which emanu, from that program will be felt l youth organization in this citv 2 years to come. These bovs £_ doing a splendid u.. r k and dJ serve more than passive inattteaJ tion from the members of !" J organization. If you have somf from the ages of 14 ,,, 20, it --3 be to your advantag. •„ intradSI them to this AZA .,ii„nitt w il that they may be a part of thai program. "I This column is not confined tol the thoughts and opinions of thai writer, but belonr to the or-T ganiiation. Sometimes importt-t) news and Interesting facts l not publicized due to the well known ignorance ol your cod umnist. I would like very rr.enH ber who has any inti n -ting ;teal which deserves publication \A call mc at my office and | items will be taki n care promptly. MILSTEIN'S RESTAURANT 137 Wash. AT*.. M. B. Mad* From Fresh Orang* an 24-HOUR Ambulance Service RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 are ing at %  %  eakei Florida thi ference ol Cl nstiai "'• will speak on n ," T! "' -V a n in, ,m 0 | ReS.'r'v 1 1 ;'' 1 %  SnTfi ,' ;v "''and l mg. Th. will as hosti ssi for I lollnwmn lh( EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual, loupled with our modern facilities and our efficient -nd courteous personnel enable us to provide a uneral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved family in every particular. 4(*mc*ia/ G/ifi/i*/ REAL ESTATE—MIAMI TO BUY OR SELL CONSULT HERBERT HODES REALTOR 1015 Seybold Building Phone 3-3143 or 2-3426 %  • rnornini 11 30 a m conducting %  Kid : Jacob H. K lating SOTS? OLD SARATOGA INN Bisc.iync Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon Cocktai! Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines '•KF BUS II FROM OOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS M II FROM MIAMI RfACH OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT TUESDAY ivenui %  Saturday BRING YOUR FAMILY TO Steinhouser's Restaurant 666 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH SERVING A FULL COURSE HOME COOKED DINNER OPEN DAILY FROM 4 TO 9 P. M. SUNDAY 12 to 9 P. M. 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^je^istjhndiari FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, PAGE TWO (ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES fee form of a luncheon r : j|) hall Monday :1M birthip. m |day anni igStt HAT H E 2 IT HERE .,.1... t — l >-v *• laj. W. V. AUXILIARY Mrs. Frank IEV/IS^CqNGRESS_ monthly meeting at ,e YM WHA at No. 1 Lincoln road. Mi ami Beach. A program has been prepared by the committee on war activities and will include a bond rally. Mrs. Sydney Weintraub chairman of home and community services division of the Dade county defense council, will be the guest speaker. Miss Ruth Brotman. chairman Mrs. Nat Bo*, trustees. of music and entertainment, has TK„ BETH JACOB kowitz Post Veterans at the retevening, at Belt officers were: vice junior Alpei man, iudgi Ginsburg, 'IT'.' I H' IJUM .111*1 ,, „ PCII1 i 11.11.'*'* ., ha te a nun. insUllation Sunday Mrs Jan M Jos. evening. February 6th. al Beth d Mr A Trc David. Among dBtinguis euests of the post at this meeting %  %  The post and "'ran arranged the musical program including Lucille Keyes, soprano, and Eleanor Clark Linton. pianist. A social hour will follow. Memgues bers and their friends are urged wen to attend. The war activities SUM Sat committee in charge of the ar-|u. S. marines, rangements, includes Mrs\ A. t. past Woolfe Mrs. Phillip Salmon. \ officer; bam Mrs. Rose Weiss. Mrs. Randolph Mas^past nationa j Atlanta. Ga 1 .! Arkin, Tues.. Feb. i*t Hadaasah feting 2 P. rn -Nationd i Jewish Children %  Regular njeeting-JP. | Board meetThe board of directortrfj^ Beth Jacob sisterhood met T u day at the home of Rabbi 2 Mrs. M. Mescheloff Plans f motion picture to be shown the synagogue on Sunday tfrZ ary 12, were completed. ^ The Both Jacob sisterhood win I meet Monday, January 31, at *£ Beth Jacob community hail n! meeting will include a cultunj program. Chaplain H. H. Gont* will be the guest speaker. The second in the series adult Study lectures will be ml at the Beth Jacob conwnunS i building this Wednesday Kb? i ary 2, at 8:15 p. m. Approximately a hundred ma ; and women enrolled at the Jm session. The course is free art open to all. ^ Rabbi Moses Mescheloff •#, lecture on "The Daily Prayerf at 8:15. Cantor Mamches wift Miss Belle Segal at the piano wjl present a study of "Beginnm* of Jewish Music." Shcvach, Mrs. Max Meisel. honoring Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S Wise to be held Sunday. Feb. 27th at the Latin Quarter, can be made by calling Mrs. Joseph Rose, chairman in charge of arrangements. Phon 52012. Reservations will be limited. Tickets for the review of the "Ten Commandments" to be reviewed on Feb. 16th. by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein can be purchased at the door. ""•' %  Feb *rrd e meetin? &T£B5irt5B S '?t^B Zion • Bannci acting 2D Washington i p m. nationa] exregion A x Vai r r i. Feb. 4 -Forum Series — n 5th disart Bi Dr. Z. I. uncil of Jewish Worntnct; and. Fred Harris. Meriden, Archie Brick an Conn., past national commander. ;.,„. Beai recognized in this Riskind, vice NATIONAL COUNCIL Reservations for the luncheon ^^^^"1* d is'J who an tl the Poat War M. B. MIZRACHI cles. The district tiatcd the The Miami Beach Mizrachi mi it Mortimer May Forest pn at the Beth Jacob community the purchase of 50 tre plans building Saturday night. Over an un ,i,. r way for a rapid ex\ 200 men and women attended the pans ori ,,f this purchasil in Beach Y—1:30 p. m. Sun.. Feb. 6th Sholem Center Buffo I supp< r—fl 30 p. m. EASTERN STAR Past matrons and past patrons uansion <>t US punini.--.ii>; *. rw I"•, %  •_. MA Lipkind. who fathered th< • thi Emunah Chapter No 175 idea is now laying the groundof the < E. S were honored last meeting. Of historic interest was the meeting on the same platform j wor jj f or a Chamisi Oser B'Shvat night (Thursday at their reg= iof Rabbi Jacob Levinson, fonner' p r og" r a m at which time the Arulai eeting at the Scottish Rite national president, of the Mi/rahor ()ay ,^. a w ,n be used to plant, T< : %  W. ^(""HAARFI 7EDEK. 5zSS£SB£ chi arganization. and Rabbi Eliez-1 many"'trees" in honor of friends. I with*' Worthy Matron Mrs. Etta The annual Purim ball of the e r Silver, president of the Afiudsons anr ) brothers serving in the Davidoff and Worthy Patron Ladies Auxiliary of Congregaa th Israel. armed forces Morns Frank presiding. There tion Schaarei Zedek will take Also on the program were place Wednesday. March 8th at Abraham Cohen, speaking The regular monthly meetiw of the National Council of Jew. ish Women, Miami section, will be held Wednesday, February 1 at 2 p. m. at the YM & YWHA, 1 Lincoln road, Miami Beach. Speaker at the meeting will be Charles F. Slater, member i I the price panel of the Dade comty ration board, who will take a his topic "Price Control." A musical program will be presented by Mrs. Lillian Kraff, sinfa Mrs. Kraff will be accompanied I by Miss Anyuta Melicov. The board will convene Mooday morning, January 31, at II | a. m. in the office of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. 1012 Congress building. HIAS Biscayne Temple. we !" ; Great enthusiasm is being enwas an initiation ceremony and ,: 0 n gendered over the forthcoming Sidney H Palmtr, past worthy ", cnn visit of Louis I.ipsky A great patron, rend, i leveral vocal ATTENTI0N1TEEN AGERS!!! The Miami "Y" PROUDLY PRESENTS The Teen Age NITE CLUB (For Boys and Girls 14-18) AT THE "Y" 1567 S. W. 5th Street SUNDAY NITE JANUARY 30 8:30 O'CIOCK COMPLETE FLOOR SHOW 12-PIECE ORCHESTRA DINING : : : DANCING ADMISSION: 25c Stag— 15c Drag Part of the Proceeds Will Be Given to the President's March of Dimes Fund for Infantile Paralysis Victims. "Geulath Jerusalem." Rabbi Candel. and Mrs. Sondelson Stander. national vice president ft,";, !" of the Women's Mizrachi. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff acted %  %  as chairman of the evening. SPINOZA FORUM Plans for the annual celebration — of Mizrachi "Palestine Night" to ,,.. vVilliam H McM I be held on Tuesday, February ,, lf Ml; 18th. at the Beth Jacob community ;ik thls hall were presented. Saturda 3 o'clock 11th • and 0 Next Feb. 1 si Dr Morn will starl a com i I'ln Art ai Living His I i ill be on "Longi Satui van Paas n Ally." 1 planned for selections, accompanied by Mrs. Wednesday evening, %  2 Henry Rabin, past worthy mat. jron Gift.w< presented to ail and • | it* • past Nathan Bookspan special representative of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society announces tba he has completecd arrangementi for the fifth annual Tourist banquet for Sunday. February 2flJ at the True Farm Restaurant, Mi* ami Beach. The Peoples Tour* committee are in charge of the patrons, banquet. For a Pleasant Evening yuit CASABLANCA DINE AND DANCE in a True Moroccan Atmosphere COCKTAILS MIDNITE SUPPERS 22S N. E. 79th Street JOHN HAPSAS. Manager PHONE 7-9343 MI rait S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fri.. Jan. 28—Last Day WARNER BAXTER IN Crime Doctor s Str THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT 1709 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH PHONE $-9151 CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE All Pastries Baked on the Premises (HOICK WINES AND LIQUORS Catering to Organisations, Parties, and Banquets // // AN-NELL HOTEL DI1NIN(; ROOM 700 EUCLID AVENUE DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED A %  n in Good Pood prepared and served by the Prina Pi inc< Hotels of Arvcrne and Rockaway Park TOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-1191 EXPERT SURGICAL MOHEL REV. PHILIP FRIED nnnic ?mo Graduate of the Jewish Hospital of Philadelphia as Mohel. Practiced at Atlantic City Hospital for past five years. Now affiliated with Beth David Congregation PHONE 2-1473 rangest L,ase EXTRA! "REPORT FROM THE ALEUTIANS" IN TECHNICOLOR 45 MINUTES OF THRILLS • e e Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Through Wed.. Ian. 29-Feb. 2 "HAPPY LAND" MacKINLAY KANTOR'S GREAT STORY WITH DON AMECHE FRANCES DEE ANN RUTHERFORD EXTRA! Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington and their Bands in "U. S. WAR MUSIC" LATEST ISSUE MARCH OF TIME %  .^^^^^^v//^^z.VAv J ^/>4^Z5S55S5a5SZ^i^ NATHAN GINSBURG'S ^Afci TRUE FARM FOOD li7/ T1 RESTAURANT §W0m 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Observed SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY 2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS Meats Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From 1 P. M. 8 A. M. OPEN EVERY DAY As In Life So In Death— The character or quality of our abode must be in keeping with our station. IN LIFE, you seek the "finest" section for your home address. IN DEATH, your "finest home address" is MOUNT NEBO. For an environment of beauty, dignity and sacredness, for your—and your family's—permanent home, for eternal rest, you will plan your burial estate in MOUNT NEBO. Perpetual Care. Convenient Terms. Compliance with your religious desires. Our Director. Rabbi S. M. MachteL Will Confer With You at Your Invitation. PHONE 3-3720 FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES MOUNT NEBO ONLY TUN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI BUSINESS OFFICE ^ ^^ ^^ 54,h Avenue m( ~ L ••.... 914 OLYMPIA BUTLDING A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU



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)AY. JANUARY 28, 1944 rJewlsti ihrkUan PAGE SEVEN TER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federtraon Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Us Keep • Record of Our Men In Service SERVICE \L PARADE! 1TH LOCAL BOYS cond Lt. Irving Scherer. who ently was commissioned in Marine Reserve Corps, has graduated from the artilt nurse and assigned duty |th a combat group. He is the of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scher352 S. W. Fourth St. HI jMalcolm J. Magid. son of Mr. id Mrs. Harry Magid, 1443 West reported to the A.A.F.T.C tion, "Pen-in field, cic pilot training. Tex., for WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. QEORQE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG, Vice-chairman JOSEPH A BER MAN, StC. Executive Committee Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ban B. Goldman, Maurice Grossman. Louis Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry Koven, Harry Markowltz, Alexander F. Miller, at Roth, Fred Shttchet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph Stein, Mra. Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry Zukernick. MIAMI MAN REPORTED AS MISSING IN ACTON A Miamian reported in action in the Mediterranean area of fighting according to the latest casualty list announced by the War Department is Pvt. Herbert Glazeroff, whose father, Aaron ] at 7he*Gordon~funeTaThom7.'wrth OBITUARIES MAX STEUER Max Steuer, 48, former New York attorney who had been associated with the legal department of the war production board here, died Sunday at his home, 1301 S. W. 21st avenue. He came here eight years ago from New York City. He was a member of Temple Israel. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ruth Steuer; a son, Norman Robert Steuer, and two daughters, Ina and Coral Helen, all of Miami; two brothers, Joseph and Harold Steuer, and three sisters, Mrs. Freda Funt, Mrs. Bertie Ungar and Mrs. Shirley Elgerd, all of New York City. Services were held Thursday D. Glazeroff resides at 322 S. W: 5th Street. First Lieutenant Samuel Franz blau is now serving with the air service command overseas. In the reserve army since 1932 he was called into active duty in 1937 and for six months previous to entering this branch of the Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. MRS. ANNA Y. BERNSTEIN Mrs. Anna Young Bernstein, 43, of South Miami, who came here three years ago from Brooklyn, N. Y., died in a hospital Sunday. She is survived by her husband, Samuel Bernstein. Services were held Tuesday at the Gordon funeral home. Dr. who died Thursday in a local hospital after a brief illness. He was a member of Beth David congregation and B'nai B'rith Rabbi Max, Shapiro conducted the services followed by burial in Woodlawn Park. Abbott leaves his wife, Ida; two sons, Lieut. Jack Abbott, USA; and Harry, New York; a daughter, Mrs. Clara Cohen; a brother Tom and four sisters, Mrs. Eva Margolies, Mrs. Lena Lipson, Mrs. Anna Levinton and Mrs. Edith Denos. ANTHONY KLEIN Anthony Klein, 64, died at his apartment, Hampton Court, 2800 Collins avenue, Miami Beach. January 24th. Riverside Memorial chapel had charge of arrangements and the remains were sent to New York for burial accompanied by Mrs. Ross Michelson. service, he was in charge of a CCC camp. He is the husband I!Jacob H.~Kapian of'Tcmpie Israei of Mrs. Tessie Franzblau of 1061 | 0 f which she was a member, oflln active combat in the Pacific Aviation Cadet Frederick S. Meridian avenue, Miami Beach. Ur three years as a Marine inOrosaberq. son of Mr. and Mrs. L! ructor, Maj. Dave Drucker, son Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Druck* is squadron commander of a S roup slated for a six-weeks va: \iion after three more weeks of j Ey. A brother.lst Lt. Joseph Drucker, is a bomber pilot, staDncd at Gulfport, Miss. \A"V: I ing transfer for i advanced inMurry Zohn. son ofMrs. Sophie j 82 struction. Lieutenant Samuel Cohen. 26, Grossberg. 212 S. of Washington, D. C, an army air W. 20th Rd., has force navigator, lost his life in finished primary action in the Mediterranean pilot training at area. An aviation enthusiast durHarris field, at ing his college days, he was part Cape Girardeau, owner of a training plane. Two Mo., and is waitof his brothers are also in the service, one in the air force, and the other in the medical corps. JlD, 922 S. W. 3rd St., has been omoted from Sl/c to Aviation %  *__._,. chinist Mate 3/c. At present __•" an <* Mrs. Charles A. is stationed at the United K eo8k, accompanied by their Sergeant Jack Perolman. 25. of Manchester, N. H, a member of General Patton's 7th army during the invasion of Sicily, has Lte. Nav-aTAir Button .t Sen^SSSf\JPtSb/Sli be "Sported lulied toSto fa. Florida. Murry is past vice ^J P ^AJg te v ig t n £,' r th Sergeant Perolman was one of vsident of the Miami 322 AZA %  %  § %  *££ !" oth **u M four children in ser vice: three lapter. Lt. Saul Broida. who was formrly associated with his fathers-law, Maurice Horowitz, is at omc on a furlough visiting his and her parents at 1931 Jendian Ave. He has a leave of days after which he will re>rt at Chanute Field. 111. Lt. roida enlisted in the army air rps in August, 1943, and was km to the officer candidate £hool at Stuttgart, Ark., where graduated as a pilot Jan. 7. Edith Whitney of the Belle I*4e Court apartments. Ensign Keoski is an instructor at the Pensacola naval air base. brothers and a sister. Capt. Marvin E. Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman, now is head of the plans and training department of the Greenwood army air field at Greenwood. Miss. Lieutenant Jack Winokur. 21, of Detroit, Mich., a fighter plane pilot serving in Australia, has lost his life in action. A graduate of Central high school, he entered the service two years ago, and had been overseas six months. ficiated. ALEX JOSEPH Alex Joheph. 57, died suddenly Thursday morning at his home, 721 15th street, Miami Beach. A retired retailer of cloaks and suits, he came here nine years ago from New York city. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Celia Joseph; a son, Lieut. Herbert Joseph, Savannah, Ga. a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Silverman. Miami Beach, and three brothers and four sisters. The body was sent by the Riverside Memorial chapter to New York city for services and burial. CHARLES ABBOTT Funeral services were held Sunday in the Gordon funeral home for Charles Abbott, 68, dry goods wholesale merchant of 360 Meridian avenue, Miami Beach, FORMER MIAMIAN NOW HIGH IN MUSIC CIRCLES Leonard Rose, former young Miamian, who at 25 has riten to the first cello desk of the Philharmonic Symphony, will play with the Philharmonic orchestra at 3 p. m. Sunday. Jan. 30, on the regular broadcast. Rose spent four years with the Cleveland Symphony, moved to New York with his former conductor. Artur Rodzinski, when that eminent leader took over the Philharmonic. Leonard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose of this city, received his early education here and attended the Curtis School of Music. Walter Grossman, prominent local musician, was his first teacher, and predicted a brilliant future for him at that time. He will make his debut with the New York Philharmonic in Carnegie Hall Saturday evening and the same program will be broadcast over WQAM Sunday afternoon. His parents planned to attend but because of traveling restrictions could not make the trip. Are you aiding in the County War Chest Drive? Dade Mr. and Mrs. Alex Imerblum, 750 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, have received word from their son William H. Imerblum, dental Pfc. Donald M. Schroeder, 20, of Freeport, 111., radio operator on a transport plane, lost his life when his plane crashed during a routine training mission %  M. Marks, son of Mr. and son w "" !" "' ^ "n tn .n over Fort Benning, Ga. A stuirs Morris Marks, 900 16th St.. forps. of his prornotion to a sen enlisted Bam! Beach, has been promoted >£ ^e^^Vinden M?-' in the air cor P s a y ear a *f staff sergeant at Fort Eustis, the. former Jcanctte MUlden. Mi fa where he is attached to the ami Beach, is with him at Camp jance department. He was Ferry, va. recently on furlough. He Pvt. Irving Banks, 33, of Newark, N. J., infantryman on maneuvers in Tennessee, was killed in an automobile accident while driving the command car for 1 lith the intelligence department of the chemical warfare division, field d rector 0 f t h e Red Cross. thAustin. Tex., AAF base, has been killed in action in Italy. id Capt. Bert Marks, a physiA social welfare investigator in g^ Rob#rt Cohen, 19, of the in, is attached to an infantry civilian life, he was in service B ronXi aerial engineer, was one lit in Italy. one year. 0 f the crew of eight killed in B-24 Liberator over Wendover Field, Utah, last September. A graduate of James Madison high school, he had been in service nine months. Ill 16 ICVCIUIJ *_* %  lUllUU*|iii **fa two brothers in the service. Pfc. Sanford C. Shapiro, 32. of taff Sgt. Charles A. Marks is Merchantville. N. J., a member driving the command car for the he 11 Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Armyl £*^ h Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida Name Home Address Birth Date _.... Serial No. Street Birthplace City State Civilian Occupation .... Date Entry In Service City Marital Status State Branch of Service Date Discharged ...Rank or Rating Full name of nearest kin Relationship Address — Information Transmitted by Telephone number Pallas Athena Restaurant EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING 224 WEST FLAGLER STREET OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M. PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX. R totlve Pvt. Sheldon Cohen. 18, of the Bronx, died of gunshot wounds sustained while on maneuvers at Fort Jackson. In service six months, Private Cohen had been a member of the Mosholu Jewish Center. Lt. Jerome S. Victor, 24, of Chicago, an army bombardier, is a nine-medal flier, holding the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and seven Oak Leaf Clusters. One of three brothers in service, Lieutenant Victor has been on combat duty in the Mediterranean area and flew in the lead ship on crucial missions over Ploesti, Rome and Foggia. At the annual meeting of UnitHenry Herzenberg has recovered Welfare bureau of Palm ed from a minor operation. Mr. Beaches, plans were made to. Herzenberg was formerly a visihandle problems for the coming : tor to this city, season. President Dubbin presided. Maurice tary. Dickson is secreFor Victory—Buy and keep on buying bonds! Drink COCA COLA Coca Cola Bottling Company of West Palm Beach Florida BL $*(££> LFA re* PALM BAOI ICE CBJUaM Devoting This Page to the Effort, ef the ArmyNavy Committee. Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Bldg. COWEN'S SHOE STORES 1S4 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. CROMER WHOLESALE 12 N. E. Third Street DIXIE SPORTSWEAR 2110 N. W. Miami Court FLXZIT SYSTEM 1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue FLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO. 82 N. E. 26th Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Avenue IACK C. IAYSON Miami DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS 114 N. E. Second Avenue MANHATTAN DISTRIBUTORS 110 N. W. 4th Street MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 149 N. E. 10th Street IOSEPH R. STEIN Miami. F lorida WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB West Flagler Street at 37th Ave. WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolfson Sydney Meyer LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHED 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOB PARTICULAR BUILDERS' Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 SOUTHERN DAIRIES Petae. Beech County. nationally Famoua lee them DaMes


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PAGE SIX +Je*islinc£idiari FRIDAY IKH^^W <** WEDDINGS BETH DAVID SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS Pvi Mu St D at. 1 three weekw::~ h ,. m-lTw and sister Mr. snd V-. DI„mKr,i >' %  Nat Blumberg The Beth David Sisterhood will hold its annual carnival Sunday, January 30th, tamedtatehr after Sunday school assembly. All crniasked to arrange to remam as Ihe committee in charge planned a luncheon at a .,,,, charge. PannM %  ; to have lunch with their [pen. A Marionette show, by Molka R ich, will be presented at m. Games will be played. anted, and refreshments i d. JANUABYaJ Notice la haraliv u——^ deralgned. dealt I,,* ,,, 7' '>< uTM MM under th.fi, ,,„;**" l a. I BI8CAYNE rooii HALto? ta 'Ml i t, m Mlam Ku'r.H*"*?! to reflater Mid tiajn, T, ^ -tail the Clark ..r n, •,'" ,h oflffSI l.a.lCounty. Kl?,? l „; i Uu ^Jl '"I.AUA I ST ._. ,D HUUAlSSn* II %  •.-10-17-24-31 '. spending WEDDINGS Mrs Etta Court : a I "•' B Mrs Mir am G :1 Mr n V %  > %  Altoi Her r\ T-. %  .B> %  a • Al) en Goldfarb. c i L a Ai ted t I famih next | %  M PIONEER WOMEN Friei Is M M New Y • %  •..•:•-. %  si Tru Fai S : 2 c". ttaurani Max Obermai M • r for th< S W 111 sion Speakers were H Basch Alfrt.-. B I Pfi .:: r. Mi ForS K man, N Shu ff an n. "Sabbath* m 1 Schwanz DENVER CHILD'S HOME %  '. • %  %  • 1 A bingo and card party, sponthe Miami Jewish Orrhood. will be held • the YM&WHA M, i',. a< h, No. 1 Lincoln Mi Pearl Redmond is ted by Mrs. R. Mi S Karasik. CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS AT W. FLAGLER TRACK running <>f the last • i ation event toall eyes on Monnd the runip finals nth annual West Flagler ii ,: tj stakes, the richti ing fixture in • I rogram • -tart at • %  thi laily double on %  ; md third races West ration with the • ,,;.-(i gives • • • v person rgesl in in1 • • he track's ling station Florida, tat.nda • in the off I .,,. ££ r *JSM ...it Soon of i.,s ^ 1/21-28 5/4 -11 -i s M B'ERJtAS N0T,CE xxsFJx^r Notloa IM hi •" ** U4**la7£*K \~ • 7 OP MIAMI HOI7N IAS1 Milt AVIHMI josars M. UPTOH. ressiDBjrr A-J CONGRESS : A %  : .' %  resent a dran t Stai %  • %  %  ,, %  E& < Sparkling Diamond RINGS i.'////JW//IWMI———~-~ **W Oiiered I a rarltly o| beau ••'ullr deetqned lenlnqi No,u,al •' "hit. .old. P.lcM $27.50 Wotch and hwtk f "•polrlno DANZIG'S Jt^fLERS f C 9>cr Si FRANK D. UPCHURCH Governor of Florida HE IS— A Real Floridian A World Wor Veteran Experienced in Government • Hii Election Will Aure a United Florida ^lli.c.1 a4.a M >..|.r sM la, .. IN Tin: CIRCI ,.,, F _,| Mill llUhlu. • 'OL'NTY IN AI'K (•• .1 N • % %  :... RJI, A N RE B8TATK %  VMI'KJ, i %  • %  11 RANK NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 'ra.-l lhi ">h •!** \Mi KI.'iKFNi i-CH MAX It SILVER \tt,.in.\ f.,i Ex< : 14-tl-tl ^^ 'IN THE CtH'NTY -I %  '•' IN %NU F"i: KUiHIHA IN I !.' %  %  > : K L In It.K--. V IK | A HAKI'MAN 1 %  • NOTICE TO CREDITORS To A; Having Claln : M Said Eatate rou and MI ii %  • *'* n.if ifird .mil i la I ma ni'l Sanandi eitnei "f you. n relate "f t'athei %  'i tota "f IN-•. the Hon W i f Da I fllr lh^ aiM '"•Mint v i 'ourtho • Florida, within nht rn.m th^ .lat. herenl Knld • tain th.!• a** %  lalmani i v^nt..| aa aforeaald ad >• • H • • ft-* Prokata v I l>atr M VI:II: K KM \ %  I • \ Ti tam, lit.. Aniiri and Teal am, Tl.r.i A II \ P.l-M \N I'MAX It SILVER AttOI l • | i %  A v.linliilatrairiJ. T A i :* i-ii-i> ^^^^^_^ "NOTICE of APPLICATION ro| TAX DEED AT. 11 ,V I .IIVKN N LEGAL NOTICES Bill No un, "-I l-r iMde IM-KFKT ssaa !" '•"N KMlS' •<" ; "'haiitr: 174 Pile NOTICE 18 HERE1 it L, Wantara, h <'ount> Tax CeTtlfM iiwued tle ith day •• %  "'': 1>J>. ha* riled um, m hat made application '. ,> to he lained lheTe..i> • ate embracea .thr t *' m arouarty la the 0>ui t. i* 1 of Florida. t<-it ___, \AX IT. Rloek 11 **" n llelchta. a Sub. Flal ,v ,\ k ,^. l'ar l'i. In the Ooui -V State of Florida Thr aae*ament %  • *-'* inder the ald w naiiir of Cnknnan „ i Inle-e iV1 ,i ,11 be •* %  f .1.-. M..-.I according tjf dra.-iird therein the hlche.t bidder at th. oaa M the firt on jHt_, k MMIth -t March. 1 mhl th day o March. 1 I>aled thla llth 't^ \ %m %  B USATBB g .-lerk "f ••in u I |>ao> County, r II, N t famrt Srali 1 21-911 2 4-11 tv GUS T BROSRVi


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DAY. JANUARY 28. 1944 BETWEEN YOU AND ME By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. ADVICE TO LEADERS | We hear that the American •wish committee has sent out letter to Jewish community kaders • advising them against E periodical, "The Protestant" Ad the organization known as lc "'Textbook Commission." ie letter urges Jews not to I've any support to the Textbook immission which has been orinized by Kenneth Leslie who is gto the editor of "The Protestit" The avowed purpose the commission, the letter lys. is to secure elimination fom Christian religious school Ixt books of statements tending inculcate hostility toward ws. The American Jewish >mmittee points out that there no need for any new organiza3n in this field. Responsible Swish and Christian organiza3ns have been active in this krection for the last 10 years, it fcys. ... A group headed by fr. James V. Thompson, profes%  of religious education at the r'W Theological Seminary, rekewed all Protestant religious (aching material in this country 5m this point of view far back 1932. The report it submitted was favorably received by jblishers of religious texts as ell as by responsble groups in ke various Protestant denomina5ns. Further progress was ide about three years ago by Ie commission on educational fganization which includes repksentatives of the Federal Counof Churches and the major IACOB SPEAKER |OR VAAD HATZALA |Rabbi Eliezer Silver, here on a ree week trip in the interests the Vaad Hatzala, which does klugee saving work in Europe, as guest speaker at the Beth kcob synagogue last Saturday. [The Vaad Hatzala has done fer a million dollars of refugee ark since its existence. It has iught to this country approxiitrly a thousand Rabbis, deans European Yeshivoss and their ident bodies, and lay leaders of kropean communities. In addit>r. it has transported a similar iber of like people to Palese, is feeding approximately. DO Jews in Siberia, and some Yeshiva students and faculty Shanghai. |This year the Vaad Hatzala taken upon itself a budget i $1,250,000. 25 per cent of this fcdget is to be spent on rescue >rk of all kinds of Jews in Stern greater Germany. ''thin the past four weeks apjximately $100,000 of this goal been raised. Rie installation of the national kasurer of the Vaad Hatzala. >raham Cohen, will take place U Sunday night at the George %  s-hington hotel. +Jewlst> rhrkUain PAGE FIVE he pore** tor Th y/ter of DRINK PLENTY OF Cfcripure Water OELIVCRED TO rOUR HOME %  -0AL10N BO-T.t 60c CASE OF SIX N T *BLE B0TTLIS 1 5c Plu Bertif Deposit PHONE 2 4128 Tour Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise faihington Av. at 13th Bt Miami Beach id for your convenience lorris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flaaler St., Miami Protestant denomination. Also by the Commission on American Citizenship organized by the Catholic bishops of the United States. ... As to the periodical "The Protestant," the American Jewish committee asserts that it has established that this publication is backed by no official Protestant body and that its editors have been soliciting funds from Jewish organizations and individuals. The committee expresses the opinion that "The Protestant" tends to arouse animosity and distrust between people of different creeds. MIAMI Y TO SPONSOR THIRD CONCERT SERIES The third in the series of concerts sponsored by the Miami YM Sc YWHA will take place Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the Miami "Y" auditorium, 1567 S. W. 5th street. At that time, Sgt. Bela Urban will present Sgt. Clifton Hughes, baritone, and Pvt. Frederick Marvin, pianist. NEW SOCIETY, LODZERS IS FORMEI^ON BEACH A group of Miami Beach residents and vacationers, formerly of Lodz, Poland, or having relations there, met this week to form the Lodzer Young Men's Benevolent society. The group will include the Lodzer Friends and will establish a home for the aged in New York and on Miami Beach. Herman Basch, in memory of his father, Tanchum, deeded a 64 room building located on 17th street and Second Avenue. New York. The group meeting at the home of Alfred B. Rosenstein selected Mr. Rosenstein as chairman and Mr. Basch as treasurer and will seek a location on Miami Beach where they can bring the aged needing this climate to convalescense. Gartenberg & Schechter's GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL SU-t. x Koshr Dil -'] Room Cat< o P ublic > i i : %  i %  1: p H ON f t Face Facts by Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Ami Defamation Leaque A lady telephoned the other day. "I called at an employment agency and when I told them my religion, I was told they could not place me. It seems they deal mostly with Jewish employers who refuse to hire Jewish help." We telephoned the employment agency and spoke to the interviewer. "We place most of our help in hotels on Miami Beach." the explained. "The hotel owners there, even when they are Jewish, won't hire Jewish help. Maybe." she added—and thii hurt, "they think we gentiles aren't so bright and they can get more out of us with less pay. Maybe, they're right." That Philip Wylie article in the Miami Daily News was one of the best we've ever seen. We first arranged to have 20,000 reprinted. However, requests have been received for several thousand additional including one from the National Conference of Christians and Jews for 5,000 for national distribution. If you'd like some copies to give to people who you think would profit by reading the article, you may obtain them by writing or calling ADL office, 330 Seybold building, telephone 3-6306. Try to get hold of a copy of the pamphlet the Harvey Seeds Post of the American Legion is distributing on behalf of the Fourth War Loan drive. Its good stuff. And while you're at it—buy a bond and give a pint of blood! JEWISH FOLK SINGER TO APPtAR AT BEACH Chayolo Breber, internationally known Jewish folk songstress, will appear in her first recital in three years on the American stage, Saturday evening, February 12th, at the Miami Beach Drexel high school auditorium, 14th and Drexel avenue, Miami Beach. She will be accompanied by Miss Anyuta Melicov at the piano. Her recital will highlight the global impact of the war on the musical and dramatic outpourings of the oppressed, but unconquered soul of the Jewish people. London Arms Hotel /27 COLLINS AVENUE Now Open to the. Public Under Pers;nil Management D ROSNER Formerly Hotel Aitor DINING ROOM-NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC I I 7Gy ICC Diet irv L,iw* Stiictly OlAervcd PHONE 58-1174 OELKERS IS CANDIDATE TO STATE LEGISLATURE Richard Oelkdrs, jr., Miami business man and civic leader, and resident of Coral Gables for the last 14 years, Saturday announced his candidacy for the state legislature from Dade county in Group 2. Pointing to his successful record as a merchant and active participant in the civic and business life of the community for more than a decade, Oelkers said that he would base his candidacy and legislative activities on a common-sense business approach to the problems confronting this area and his constitutents. Oelkers attended New York university and Rollins college, is vice president of the retail merchants' division of the Miami chamber of commerce, and president of the Miami Avenue Merchants' association. In addition to having been president of the Coral Gables junior chamber of commerce. Oelkers is a member of the board of directors of the Dade county chapter, American Red Cross and chairman of the merchants' division for the coming Red Cross drive. He is also a member of the Young Democrats, the Orange Bowl committee. the Miami lodge of Elks and a member of the harbor patrol, U. S. coast guard reserves. HONOR PINS GIVEN TO SERVICE ENTERTAINERS Honor pins for a minimum of 100 hours entertainment to the | convalescent service men in this area have been awarded, under the auspices of the entertainment committee of the Red Cross, to Miss Anyuta Melicov, pianist, and Miss Ruth C. Brotman, soprano. Both have given their services as soloists, have co-headed their troop, scouted talent and arranged programs. Miss Melicov besides rehearsing the groups has accompanied other prominent talent appearing on the programs. Buy War Savings Bonds. TUami for REST CONVALESCCNCff -~


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PAGE FOUR Jenlstflcrldtori FRIDAY, JANUARY 28 1944 J ewis The 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 Port Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3. 18 < 9 FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year. $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1944 SHEBAT 3. 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 4 APPEAL %  OKI SPEAKER NEXT WEDNESDAY -TIDBITS FROM EVER Mdfy eatgidential -By PHINEAS I. BIRON(CONTINL'ED P3* PA0E •) future in the Am. „tnt tat the rebu of the OFF MY CHEST (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) gether. Hitler did it most recently to Jews, then to Protestants and Catholics. Shall we follow him? To be an anti-Semite is to repudiate our Constitution and to deny every syllable of meaning in the story of America. People don't think of that, but every law we have made is based upon the principle of the individual and his rights. Talk does not often lead to chaos. But there has never been a chaos that was not preceded by talk, much talk, all prejudiced, ignorant, underground, dishonest and evil. My mean-talking friends are not planning action. The very thought would make them shudder. But the tone their muttering takes is the sort that can stampede idiots—and has done so a thousand times. They are people who should not stand as poor examples to the less intelligent, the less decent, the vicious and morally deficient. many campaign I I for the pi work in I home Brilliant erful oral of the most ties on the An ts to cities tl %  '• rt of l him. ., .. ,, Bon in R N ^ Mi ed" to a lit h< lot of can f the Now York years I i important l i I %  •' %  the !. ol Pal %  great n lands H hei pression had become For mai ed as presidi nl ol the Z r lEY just—don't reason. They tell me—all of them—that some of their best friends are Jews and that there are "fine" Jews. Five minutes later, they belittle and demean | organiza'l "Jews"—thus thrusting knives in the backs of those "best friends." They are too empty-headed to perceive that, by everybody else, their Jewish friends are automatically included in their generality. That is one measure of their stupidity. They ought to know, if they are over 10 years old, that the proportion of "fine" people among Gentiles runs just the same, to the last decimal point. And they should remember that whenever a group is disenfranchised or destroyed, mankind then has the tyrant or executioner to deal with. In such a case it would be— themselves. Finally, they should have been taught this truth: Those who persecute one group inevitably turn upon others. I daresay 50 per cent of the anti-Semitic talkers known to me are also anti-Catholic. Suppose their words, which have the same darkling color that made pogroms in Europe, become reality? Against whom would they strike next? But—let us half-suppose it. Like the shrewd hill-billy in the fable, let us turn propaganda into imagined reality. If it happened—what? Suppose all Jews vanished at the stroke of midnight. What evil would be undone? What blessing would result? What's this talk all about? The next day, there would still be as many crimes committed, per capita. Prisons would remain proportionately as full, i The incidence of gangsters and rapists would rise slightly.' The number of corrupt political leaders and office holders would hardly dimi n ish by a handful. We'd lose ground in the war, j where hundreds of thousands of good Allied soldiers were missing, and because the Axis would lose nobody. No problem of the peace would change a hair-breadth. Even Palestine would th A? 15*? W T problem JUSF" wa f, 5? s trikers would still strike; John L. Lewis and Petrillo would still haunt us. There would be 4 per cent more food—but distribution would buckle. 4 per cent more material for clothes—and nobodv much lefto mob dotes a4 of course, toe, would tijt pe, 'JZ I he movies and the radio wouldn t miss a beat, in spite of what the anti-Semites have said. Only the quality would suffer. The growth hi •:•' instrutal Mr, Lipsky i in his capacity as an • xecutive of the Zionist i n • rgi ncy council %  %  eff rt • i fight thi V' D nBid w %  '• %  • would exclude Jev imn •...• %  March 31. 1944 Miami Beat %  '.' i trict invites tl to attend 1 • ... moi CHItfOll NETS LARGE IIILEHTIIH (CONTINUED FROM FAGE I market would sag, but not collapse, for there are not that many Jews in it and the average Jew is poor, in spite, again, of the i %  illiterate folklore. day. and 11 1. wno And N O GAIN. What loss? Well-most of the people make America laugh would be gone, for one thing. many of the people who touch our hearts every Poets, writers, dramatists, journalists, best-loved radio movie stars and musicians—thousands upon thousands of these You can write the list yourself. We'd lose hundreds of great philanthropists, myriads of lesser ones, and hundreds of thousands of the kindest people in America besides. Our culture would be knocked out and the throat of our mirth would be cut Quite a loss. But it's nothing. We'd lose so many scientists that the progress of man would be set back the length of your whole lifetime. We'd lose the millions of babies and adults their research was going to have saved. We'd lose thousands of men now thinking up instruments of victory-and all the unFORMER SERVICE MEN TO FAVOR UPCHURCH • • countable engines they would have invented for the empire we call the Future. If we had caused this, we'd lose the American Constitution and its Bill of Rights, our security, eve^bod?. liberty, our self-respect, and the immortal souls of those who had contributed to the measureless catastrophe even by talk Information. Please," would be winoH „. w..j C.T. ruch anc THINK. Think HONESTLY. That's all it takes. Bcrruch and Hedy LaMa^Alb^ an"'1 2KB"5fc_^ be_says. it is the doing of Marshall Field V COO! Up. defnite plan I strikes and by hi. own ^^^cS^Stt^^ that whhrtle jammed on the old tune again! Th^ne^noSt' 1 ^ sour and screechy. %  new *• %  t urn frorrfsm ,e ,V^ 'conflict. c pn YOU SHOULD KNOW ... Reports are on hand of new anti-Semitic incidents neqr Boston. ... But they may not bo made public, because to* Jewish leaders fear that would disturb the good-will activity that have sprung up since the first publication of news of su<4 disorders. ... In one clash among youngsters in a Boston suburb, incidentally, the Jewish boys were expecting the tack and had organized for it, and administered an artistic beating to the young emulators of Hitler S ome of the Jewith boys were arrested, but it was worth it Sergeant Barney Ross of the Marines is still under treatment for the malaria h contracted at Guadalcanal, but he still has the old Ross Pun^ as he recently demonstrated to a couple of lugs who wen cracking wise about certain passersby. ZIONIST NEWS Rabbi James G. Heller has been nominated for the chaj. manship of the United Palestine Appeal. Rabbi Abba H. Silver, the present chairman, is too busy with the Zionist egency Council. Rabbi Israel Goldstein has his priority, and by the time you read this may already be in England to 1 the Zionist conference. Chaim Greenberg, the writer and leader of American Poale Zionists, had been scheduled to be a member of the American delegation to the conference in England. ... He packed his bags and prepared to go-and then discovered to his dismay that he couldn't go to Europe. For. although he has been in this country for a couple of decades Chaim had forgotten to take out American citizenship papers. Meyer Weisqal was vacationing at Miami Florida when he was called back to New York by Dr. Nahum Goldman, who had to see him before taking oil in a trans-Atlantic plane for England. %  %  How Meyer managed to get a seat on the Miami-New York plane is a story in itself. ... But he almost missed the plane While Walter Jacobs, of the hotel family, was driving him to the airport at breakneck speed, the car wo halted by a motorcycle cop. Speeding, and no headlkjhs was the charge. But Meyer whispered something to the policeman, showed him a picture of Dr Weixmann—and wa driven to the airport under police escort with the official tires clearing the road for him. ... He fust made the plane. BOOK NEWS Albert Kahn's and Michael Sayers' "Sabotage." which s :. of the book market's fastest sellers, is going to be taken over by another publisher, the third to handle the book. .. And if you're wondering why all these changes, we'll let you in on a secret: In these days of paper shortage a whopping bestseller like Sabotage" can't be handled by just one publishing firm as its paper quota for an entire year would be used up by the popular demand for this expose. Andre Maurois, whose Seven Faces of Love" is just about to be publ.ohed and who is now putting the finishing touches on another volume, The Muacle of America." is planning still another book, which he will call "Victory in France." ... If you've been wondering how long it would take to read the Bible out loud, we can tell you that a reading of both the Old and New Testaments takes eighty-four and a half hours. This information comes from the American Foundation for the Blind, which has just brought out a complete recording of the Bible for the sightless. STAGE AND SCREEN Movie director Fritz Lang believes in doing things thoroughHe has done so much research on John Brown, the famed abolitionist, who is the subject of a forthcoming Langdirected film, that he has gathered enough material for a book about Brown which he expects to write as soon as he finds time. ... A play about the Army Service of Supply has just been written, and may be seen on Broadway ere long, *• hear. The dramatist is Sergeant Gottfried Reinhardt. son of the late Max Reinhardt. The idea of a film about the Divine Sarah Bernhardt) is not exactly new, but nothing has ever been done about it. ... So you'll be glad to know that plan* ior such a picture are again being discussed, and that Gertruds Lawrence is being mentioned for the stellar role. ABOUT PEOPLE Jan Peerce, Metropolitan Opera tenor whom you non-Ne* YorKers know through his Victor recordings, has made hs movie debut, and what is more, has as a fellow debutant nonj other than Arturo Toscanini. ... But the chances are that youl never see this picture. ... It was made—without comperisatiaj for any of the artists, by the way—for the Overseas Branch* the Office of War Information, and will be shown in Ian* "Derated from the nazi yoke. The fihn centers about Veraii Hymn of the Nations" and features also a number of Unit* Nations anthems not included in the Verdi opus. %  Aside %  Walter Winchell: And why shouldn't Mark Twain's daugW* cah herself Mrs. Gabrilowitsch? ... She is. after all. the wido* J M n the U. S. for the duration. Franx Werfel's friends very worried about the present state of his health%  "J i^Ht n advu ed Him to take a complete rest M*JE forbidden all writing for a prolonged period abbl .*S Steinberg, versatile and talentedI minister of the Park Aven* Synagogue, is slowly recuperatinq from the breakdown w suffered while he was on tour in the West.