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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1 ZIONIST MEET
An attendance estimated in ex-1
,*" authored Monday
BayWt Park to be
K at a mass meeting ar-
Knetti under the auspices of the
KSrican Zionist Emergency
Eouni-il. The program featured
B Stephen S. Wise. Mr. And-
rew Healey was introduced as
Lirman vening by Mr.
fearrv Simonhoff. who headed
fie committee on arrangements.
for Healev presented in addition.
lo the main speaker Father Flor-
Ince Sullivan of Gesu Catholic
rhur, Reverend Wiley
Scott vici president of the Min-
isterial Association of Greater
Miami F llowing the main ad-'
tress Mr l'lul Locke of the edi-1
tonal stafl ol the Miami Daily
News introduced a resolution ex-'
fcressini! the theme of the mee -
jng ,. .mated the estab-
lishn.1: a Jewish common-
wealth in Palestine which would
lutomati ally open wide the
Boors ; igration. Miss Ruth
grotm i in several musical
nun-i.i :
Dr. Wise in : magnificent man-
lier pi the case of the Jew-
ish people i'Harding Palestine to
|he ludiem His message was
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
Organization of Soliciting Teams (or 1944
United Appeal Proceeding Satisfactorily as
Campaign Makes Ready for Action March 19
Ft7
EM11I0N HEAD
SUES DUTIES
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion of Greater Miami announced
Ithis week the arrival of Abraham
IP. Cannes, who will assume his
Tduties as executive director of the
(organization Formerly the Jew-
psh Education Association and
known as the J. E. A., the organ-
ization will, under the new direc-
tor, establish offices and insti-
tute an educational program for
phis area.
Mr Carries comes here from
New York where he was active in
educational circles for many
[years He was supervisor for the
past three years in the Florence
Marshall Hebrew High School,
hvhere he prepared curriculum
patters, planned and executed
Wgrams for the schools and di-
rected extra curricula activities.
ie also served the school as an
wministrative assistant.
He received his B. A. degree
Jrom the College of New York
nd specialized in education. Jew-
Pre-campaign activities of the
Advance Gift division of the 1944
United Appeal of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation gut under
way Thursday night, March 2. at
a dinner meeting In El Comodoro
hotel when captains and workers
met to receive their instructions
and to listen to an inspiring ad-
dress by Dr. A. L. Sachar of the
University of Illinois.
Dr. Sachar. noted as a histor-
ian, writer and lecturer, brought
to the assemblage fresh view-
points on many outstanding Jew-
ish problems. He is national di-
rector of the Hillel Foundations
which are active in 140 colleges
and universities. The University
of Miami Hillel Foundation now
il in its first year.
The Advance Gift division, with
Albeit Kahn and Max Orovitz as
co-chairman and Herbert E. Scher
as vice chairman, received its in-
structions to contact all prospects
and to wind up its report by the
tune the general campaign starts
Ion March 19. giving the men a,
little more than a fortnight in |
which to complete the task.
Organization oi soliciting teams
is proceeding rapidly in prepara-
tion for the start on March 19
of the 1944 United Appeal of the
'Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and its 40 agencies for the $189,-
095 goal. But while these prepa-
rations were under way a pica
for more manpower was voiced
by Campaign Chairman Jacob
Sher.
"We need workers." Sher ex-
plained. "We need a large num-
ber of earnest men and women
who sincerely will do their best to
contact prospects at the earliest
opportunity, rather than allow the
canvassing to slide until the last:
' minute, when it cannot be done
properly. If enough men and wo-:
men of this caliber will volunteer
heir services, we can put over
this sixth annual appeal in a way
to make Federation and Greater
Miami justly proud. Much help is
needed to insune our ability to,
do all the work required in this ,
campaign."
Volunteers should call or phone
Federation's offices. 1002 Congress
building, to tell of their readi-
ness to service, phone 3-5411.
Meanwhile, numerous pre-cam-
paign meetings of various division
heads and captains have taken
place, with the result that most
of the detailed campaign plans
have been worked out in their en-
tirety and are ready for presen-
tation at the big workers' rally
to be held on March 19 as the
TOLD THEIR PHUT
AT LUNCH TUESDAY
SPEAKERS ARE AVAILABLE
FOR UNITED APPEAL DRIVE
Speakers to appear in behalf of (
the 1944 United Appeal of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
for $189,095 for its 40 agencies
are available for any Jewish
meeting. Campaign Chairman Ja-j
signal to start general solicitation.
cob Sher has announced. Under
the co-chairmanship of Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man a notable group has been
gathered and instructed about
the details of this sixth annual
appeal and how the funds are to
be used. Organizations desiring
speakers should get in touch with
one of the co-chairman or call
Federation's office. 3-5411.
How the Women's division j
workers will go about their part i
in the 1944 United Appeal was I
explained to captains at a lunch-
eon meeting in El Comodoro ho-1
tel Tuesday, Feb. 29. Co-chair-1
men Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and
Mrs. Monte Selig were assisted in
this explanation by Campaign
Chairman Jacob Sher and Stan-
ley C. Myers, chairmen of the
Special Gift division.
Among the captains of the Wo-
men's division are Mrs. Isadore
Benjamin. Mrs. Herbert E. Scher.
Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Mrs. S. B.
Miller. Mrs. Stuart Gordon. Mrs.
I. Roscngarten. Mrs. Joseph
Schaffer. Mrs. William Slepian.
Mrs. Norman Jacobs. Mrs. Ada
Joseph. Mrs. Harry Platoff. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Edward J.
Weinstein, Mrs. Benjamin Appel.
Mrs. David Phillips, Mrs Max
Dobrin. Mrs. Lillian Oka. Mrs.
Max Meisel. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky.
Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg. Mrs.
Joseph Lipton, Mrs. Harry Ruben
and Mrs. Beniamin London.
To this division fails the task
of .i large portion of the canvass-
ing to be conducted in the resi-
dential portions of Greater
Miami.
BEING MADE FOR
RED CROSS FUNDS
Volunteer workers started
Wednesday as Dade County's
$464,000 Red Cross War Fund
campaign opened.
"Our organization has been
completed in every detail,'' H. H.
Hyman, general drive chairman,
said. "The men and women who
will (In the actual soliciting of
funds are enthusiastic and eager
to start their big task.
"The outcome now rests upon
the generosity of the public in
responding to the unparalleled
need of the Red Cross for funds
to carry on its work in the war
zones and on the home front. We
are confident Dade County will
meet that call promptly and
fully."
Plans were made for conduct-
ing met tings of employe groups
in the larger industries to explain
that this year's quota is the
largest in the history of the Dade
county chapter, and to appeal for
increased subscriptions to the.
War Fund.
March 31 has been set as the
deadline for raising the $200,000,-
000 national Red Cross fund. C.
Gordon Anderson, chapter chair-
man, said in emphasizing the need
for a swiftly paced and sustained
drive to reach the local quota.
ARRESTS FOLLOW
Due to the shortage of man-
power, help is urgently needed by
Federation to put over the drive
1 quickly and successfully. Call
3-5411 if you can spare ANY time
I to this great undertaking.
MEN'S DIVISION OF UNITED APPEAL GOES INTO ACTION
The Men's divisions, Miami and
Miami Beach, of the 1944 United
Appeal of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation swung into
action this week, with the Beach
teams getting a two-day break on
the men on this side of the bay.
Both groups are scheduled to
complete their tasks before the
opening of the general campaign
on March 19.
Beach captains met with Co-
Chairmen Milton Friedman, and
Sol Goldstrom, as well as with
George J. Bcrtman, vice-chair-
man, for luncheon on Wednesday,
March 1. while the Miami men's
start was slated for Friday. March
3. at a luncheon meeting at the
Seven Seas.
Among Beach captains arc
Stanley Rosen'.hal. Irving Firtel,
Ben Giller. Joseph A. Bcrman,
Harold Turk, R. R. Adler. Milton
Weiss. Arthur Triester, Dr. Klein.
Benny Cohn. Herman Berk. Leo
Chaikin. Jack August, W.I. Feuer.
Dr. Louis G. Lytton, Irving Na-
thanson, Morton Russack, Alex-
Van Straaton, Herman Glasser.
Samuel Lachman. Bert Raff. Jo-
seph Witt, Hyman Laibson. Capt.
Philip Rabinowitz. Louis Marcus.
Daniel Broad and Charles Tobin.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 2)
CHICAGO LEADERS RESIGN
-OMMITTEE TO SAVE JEWS
iCu'y0, |JTA> Dr. Francis
ihon of the University of
1 airman of the Chicago
-napter i the Emergency Com-
niitee to Save the Jewish People
|n Europe, and 14 other officers
P^e announced their resignation
prom the organization, it was an-
Hn". this week
Ur McMahon has made public
"T. to Gabriel A. Wecl.sl.i
_*ork, national secretary
ency Committee, in
K.,. igning officers said
f."'r occasioned by
L.u. xifusion between it
,:,,', Urgency Committee's) ac-
Flv,t'^ and objectives and those
'"',', American League for a
F** Palestin
Jerusalem. (JTA) The Pales-
tine police this week made many
arrests and raids throughout the
country in connection with the
repeated terroristic acts which
culminated in explosions of time-
bombs during the week-end in
government tax offices in Jeru-
salem, Tel Aviv and Haifa.
The buildings where the bomb*
exploded on Saturday and Sun-
day remained cordoned off in
view of the possibility of further
explosions In the meantime the
I entire Jewish and Arab press
published articles condemning the
| terrorists and urging the popula-
tion to remain calm. Resolutions
i expressing strong condemnation
! of the terrorist activities were
also adopted by all major Jewish
organizations in the country, in-
cluding local settlement councils
I and labor councils.
The Davar. Hebrew labor paper
which has the largest circulation
I in the country, says in an editor-
! ial that the terror must cease.
NEW YORK MAYOR NAMES
RACIAL UNITY COMMITTEE
GEORGE J BERTMAN_________SOLGOLDSTROM
MILTON FRIEDMAN
New York, (JTA) A new
'committee with a special staff to
I report and recommend methods
of correcting racial and religious
i prejudice was announced by
1 Mayor F. H. LaGuardia this
week, with Chas. Evans Hughes.
Jr.. formerly Solicitor General of
j the United States, as chairman.
Composed of 19 leaders of vary-
ing faiths, and including both of-
ficials and private citizens, the
committee will be privately fi-
nanced. Mayor LaGuardia said
ihe hoped to make another an-
| nouncement on this in ten days,
'but expressed confidence it will
obtain funds for two years' sup-
port. He said it would not solicit
funds.
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pbIDAY, MARCH 3, 1944
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PAGE THREE
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
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******* RABBI WISE TO OCCUPY THE
CENTER PULPIT FRIDAY EVE
0, Albert E. Rosenthal and
nr Frank Corel re.urnecl to the
v S-iturday id owing their at-
tfS th- Chicago ttnd-
J^ter dental clinic.
Mr Bnd Mr*. JW*4 HS^'
915 Sixth Street Miami Beach,
IL th a- son, Second Lieuten-
hn h < t H. visiting them. He
Si"\!: until Feb. 28th and then
return to his post.
Mr Morns Lefcourt of Strat-
ford, Cnn.. is visiting his son
,d daughter-in-tow, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney U-f court, Ill S W
30th Road. He will stay about
a month. ______
Mi AI Berkley re.urned to
Mew York ulter spending a week
; ,. ,ting his parents and
.,,.: Mr. Berkley is a former
Miamian. ______
Mr and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom,
prominent communal workers.
^elebi their 70th birthdays
this week. ______
Mr and Mrs. Dode Rosenburg
of Philadelphia en ertained a
large party at the Latin Quarter
Monday evening. Among guests
present were Miss Jennie Rotfort,
Mr 1: Gordon of Miami, Ma-
jor K. Blanc, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Berger and Mrs. Mae
,: i i Phila.
Dr. Henry Bobbins, prominent
physician and surgeon of New
York City, together with his wife
and child, Allan, are expeced
to arrive on Miami Beach Sun-
day to spend a short vacation
with the doctor's parents, Mr.
and Mis Kobbins and sister,
Pearl al 505 Twelfth Street. Mi-
ami Beach.
Mrs. Louis C. Kott, 4475 Alton
Road, Miami Beach, is expecting
her brother-in-law and sister. Mr.
and Mrs. William Berg, to arrive
here Sunday to spend sometime
with her. She also has visiting
her for several weeks her sister
Miss Sylvia Kott of New York
BRISM
The Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green. 1615
S. W. 18th street, took place at
the Jackson Memorial hospital
on Tuesday morning, with Rabbi
S. M. Machtei, officiating.
The Bris Milah of the son of
Lt. and Mrs. David Guttenma-
cher will take place in the home
of the grandfather, Mr. Sam Dia-
mond, 1869 S. W. 11th St.. Sun-
day morning at 10 o'clock. Rev
Philip Fried will-officiate. Friends
and relatives are invi ed.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Morris
Wroobel. son of Rev. and Mrs.
Nathan Wroobel. will take place
Sunday. March 5th. 1 p. m. at
the Jewish Section of Woodlawn
Park Cemetery. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff Of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation. Miami Beach, will offi-
Mr ind Mrs. Philip Silverman,
prominent residents of Olovers-
ville, N< w York, who have been
wintering in Miami Beach for the
past few years, are again spending
this season here. They are daily
visitor., with their many friends
at the Ronnie Apartments. 505
12th Street. Silvermans' grandson.
Lt Barrett Silverman of the
United States Air Corps, is now
in Te
.
Juli.m Weinkle, son of Mr. and
Mrs Carl Weinkle. 1710 Lenox
Ave, is home on a five day fur-
lough. Julian is a Junior in the
Navy's College V-12 program at
the University of North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mei-
ttu and son, Robert Joseph, of
Cini innati, are visiting their
aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs. Ja-
cob H Kaplan, 6996 Indian Creek
Drive. Miami Beach.
PAIN
PULLS YOU DOWN
N
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fn J0 "^on the job and do your
WU share of the work which mint
gi done Headache. Muscular
"ins. Simple Neuralgia, Func-
tional Monthly Pain, alow you
. interfere with your work,
Pou your fun. Have you evar triad
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EDUCATION HEAD
ASSUMES DUTIES
'CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
isli history and government in
Columbia where he received his
M. A., as preparatory to attain
his Ph. D.
He taught eleven years in He-
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, noted
Jewish leader and Rabbi of the
Free Synagogue of New York,
will occupy the pulpit at late Fri-
day Evening at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Services will start
at 8:15 p. m. and Dr. Wise will
speak on "I Am a Good Jew,
But".
fiAYFRONT PARK IS
GEORGE S. DKELL
AT ZIONIST MEET
(CONTINUED FHOM PAGE 1)
ABRAHAM P. CANNES
brew High School and taught He-
brew in James Monroe High
School in New York for one year,
holding a license to teach Hebrew
in all public schools of that state.
He attended the Hebrew Acade-
my under the personal direction
ot Dr. S. Benderly, director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
of New York. He took extensive
seminar courses in history, Bible,
Hebrew literature and has prac-
tical experience in the Bureau
of Jewish Education and teach-
ing in the Junior Hebrew High
School. He owned and operated
a children's camp for several
years.
MORRIS WROOBEL
date, with Rabbi Max Shapiro
assisting. Arrangements are in
charge of Sidney H. Palmer of
the Palmer Monument Company.
All friends of the family are re-
quested to attend.
Morris Wroobel was active in
local Jewish circles and was a
deputy sheriff at the time of his
death. He passed away at the
early age of 26.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Charles
Karasik will take place Sunday
afternoon at the Jewish section of
Woodlawn cemetery. Rabbi Jo-
seph E. Rackovsky will officiate.
Woodlawn cemetery at 2 p. m.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will
officiate. Arrangements are un-
der the direction of Mr. E. Gor-
don of the Gordon Monument Co.
OBITUARIES
Louis Cohen, 50, of Hollywood,
Fla., died suddenly Saturday
morning. He came to Hollywood
from Chicago two years ago to
make this his permanent home.
He was active in the Jewish com-
munal affairs of his newly adopt-
i ed city. He is survived by his
wife. Rose, two sons and two
daughters.
Funeral services were held in
the Palmer Funeral Home Chapel
Tuesday morning. Interment fol-
I lowed in the Jewish Cemetery at
I Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Ed-
ward Horowitz took place Sun-
day at 1 p. m. in the Jewish sec-
tion of Woodlawn Park Ceme'.ery.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth
Jacob Congregation. Miami
Beach, officiated. Arrangements
were under the direction of Sid-
ney H. Palmer of the Palmer
Monument Company.
Mrs. Mollic Goldberg, 70. of 152
N. W. 2nd Street, died suddenly
Sunday afternoon, Feb. 27th. in
Lummus Park. She came here
from Boston. Mass., two months
ago to spend the winter. She is
survived by several children all
of Boston, Mass. The remains
were shipped to Boston for ser-
vices and interment by the Palm-
er Funeral Home.
The unveiling or a memorial
to the memory of Sally Feld took
place Sunday morning. 11 a. m.
in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Arrange-
ments were in charge of Sidney
H. Palmer of the Palmer Monu-
ment Company.
B'NAI BTJITH PARTY RAISES
5643 FOR SOLDIERS OF BEACH
Wednesday at luncheon at the
Seven Seas Restaurant President
Mil'on Friedman of B'nai B'nth
presented a check of $643 to Ma-
jor John Ehrle who is attached
to the Redistribution Center for
returned soldiers at Miami Beach,
for the purpose of assisting in the
program of these soldiers return-
ed from the battle fronts Present
at the luncheon wen* officers of
Sholem Lodge B'nai Brith. This
money was raised recently at an
entertainment given for this pur-
fiose under the auspices of the
odge.
Mrs. Carrie De Bruen. 70. of
Hialeah. died after a long illness
She came to Miami over ten years
ago to make this her permanent
home. Funeral services were held
In the Palmer Funeral Home
Chapel with Rabbi Max Shapiro
of Beth David Congregation of-
ficiating. Interment followed in
the Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
DADE COUNTY WAR CHEST
HAS PRAISE FOR BEACH MEN
Dade County War Chest, which
made its quota in its recent cam-
paign, took special cognizance of
the Hotel and Apartment Divis-
,on. Mr. Ralph A. Tracy in a let-
ter to Mr. Alan T. Abess no'ed
with particular interest the rec-
ord sale made by Mr Rudy Adler
with 'he Hotel and Apartment
Division on Miami Beach He
tu.ted the comparison between
1943 when 50 hotels subscribed
$1,604 and 260 apartments sub-
scribed $2,88689 and in 1944
when 132 hotels subscribed $11.-
580 and 885 apartments subscrib-
ed $7,600.16. He stated that this
is indeed a record to be proud
of and congratulated Mr. Abess.
Mr. Adler and their co-workers
for the accomplishment.
replete with facts and statistics
concerning Palestine, its immigra-
tion expansion and progress. He
touched upon the Arab situation
and how the improvements in-
stituted in Palestine by Hadas-
sah and other Jewish organiza-
tions had raised the moral and
physical standard of the Arabs
and other populations. He relat-
ed the background and his.ory
of the Balfour declaration, and
the promise of England to make
good by establishing Palestine as
a Jewish Commonwealth. He
pledged with the assistance of
Jewry and Americans with the
support of officialdom, from
highest offices down, that the
White Paper would be cast away
and Palestine would be returned
to the Jewish people to establish
a Jewish Commonwealth.
"The Greatest Mother on Earth"
The Red CrossSupporting all
peoples of the earth. Don't say
no to this worthy cause when
you are solicited for funds in
the current campaign.
FOR LEGISLATURE
George S. Okell, attorney and
resident of Miami since 1910, has
begun active campaigning for the
legislative seat in Group 1, which
he seeks.
Mr. Okell received his gram-
mar school education in Dade
County, having gone to higli
school at Miami High and hav-
ing secured his law degree at the
University of Miami and attend-
ed the University of Florida in
summer sessions.
He has been a member of the
liar in Miami since 1933, and has
been an active community mem-
ber. At present he is the Esteem-
ed Leading Knight of the Elks
Lodge and Governor of the
Moose Lodge. He is a member of
the Lions Club, Knights of Py-
thias. Odd Fellows, Dade County
Bar Association and American
Bar Association. He is chairman
of the Legal Aid Commi tee for
the Dade County Bar Associa-
tion for the past two years and
National Committeeman of the
State of Florida for the Young
Democratic Clubs of America. He
is. also, a member of the Execu-
tive Committee of the Young
Democratic Clubs of America and
a member of the Campaign and
Program Planning Committee of
the Young Democratic Clubs of
America. He has served six years
on the Dade County Democratic
Executive Committee. He is th<
past President of the Young
Democratic Clubs of Dade Coun-
ty and is at present President of
the Young Democratic Clubs of
the State of Florida.
Buy War Savings Bonds.
EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE
Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual,
coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient
and courteous personnel enable us to provide a
funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved
family in every particular.
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76th St. and Amsterdam Ave.
R. B. CHASTAIN
CANDIDATE FOR
ID
HFF
OF DADE COUNTY
SOLICITS YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
AN EXPERIENCED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
I'iriltii-.'il Art Paid for by Friends
IS YOUR JOB SECURE
AFTER THIS WAR?
We all know atata problem* must be
solved. But HOW? Ernest R. Graham's
answar Is CREATE WORK. He did It
here afttr the last war and prospered.
Let him shew you, so after this war you
and our returning veterans will prosper.
Eleet
KRNEST R. GRAHAM
the ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR
ral4 r.uiic.i Ae>.
[IDA'S FIN I ST AM TRU-4N JEWISH 0 I N N ( R ^--^
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Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1179
FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor
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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 3. 1944
ADAR 8. 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 9
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miu>r
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
Mudfy Confidential
By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
NEEDED VOLUNTEERS!
In the midst of so many drives and campaigns, the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation is progressing rather rapidly towards
its opening date for general solicitation on March 19th. The
Bond Drive, War Chest, Red Cross, have all made the usual and
necessary Federation pre-campaign activity more difficult, but'
the organization's all-out effort has met with grand success.
The real problem and that which is worrying drive officials is
the dire need for campaign volunteers to assist in the general
solicitation. Hundreds of prospects have to be canvassed. The
shortage of manpower is greater than ever. The available I
unteers are doing more than their share. The campaign to be
successful, despite increased giving and advance gifts, must
reach the masses of the community. It is the rank and file, with
their smaller contributions, that will put the campaign over the
top. It takes manpower to make these contacts. The success
of the Federation drive is a responsibility that belongs and must
be shared by all of us. If for only an afternoon, call Federation,
3-5411, and pledge your help for the drive.
REGISTER!
Registration books will be in the precincts for a few more
days and then in the court house for a couple of weeks. To
vote in the coming primaries and in the November general elec-
tion everyone eligible must re-register. No matter if you have
registered previously, city or county, or have voted previously,
you must register again. Going unanswered, year after year,
is the question why are people careless with this most sacred
privilege, the very one thing that guarantees their liberty and
freedom. Most vivid are the happenings abroad, caused by a
lackadaisical attitude towards the protection of civil liberties.
Our people alone, if for no other reason than the misfortunes'
which have happened to our brethren abroad, should flock to
register. It is the American way of protection for all peoples, j
A plea to register cannot be made too strongtoo urgent. Reg-
ister today. Tomorrow may be too late.
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there will be among
those guilty of similar behavi
who will neither recognize nor j
admit their guilt.
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for the Ghetto."
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KASHRUS
Federation, despite all its campaign activity, is quietly con-
ducting a community-wide survey of the Kashrus situation. As
part of its broadening community planning program, Federation
is seeking to recommend a solution or improvement of this ever-
troublesome problem. Long the unfortunate target of deception,
fraud and abuse. Kashrus should be available to those that be-
lieve, desire, and pay to insure their wants. Through the many
years of this growing community, expose after expose have dis-
closed and uncovered the deceit played upon the unwary pub-
lic. As recent as the past two weeks several "incidents" have
occurred. We sincerely hope Federation and its survey will
come forth with a plan and recommendation that will prove
feasible and workable. With community-wide backing, en-!
dorsement and sufficient pressure, enforcement and insurance '
of Kashrus can be obtained.

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MISCELLANEOUS
The director of the Bureau of Jewish Education has arrived
to assume his duties. His task will be to coordinate the activi-
ties of the Jewish Education facilities here, raise their standards,
institute an adult program and interest the great majority of non-
attending children, in a Jewish education. The director's task
is a major one, his job difficult and thankless. We wish him
luck in this all important endeavor so necessary to the future
of Judaism.
The American Red Cross, an organization needing no nar-
ration of its work, has launched its annual drive for funds to
continue its life-giving and life-saving work. Participate when
called upon!
The large attendance at the Bayfront Park mass meeting this
week instilled courage into the hearts of those individuals who
are striving so hard to awaken Jewry and America to its prob-
lems and duty. Much credit is due those leaders who put over
this inspiring and excellent milestone to be recorded for our
community.
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith ranked as the lodge to sell the
most bonds in the War Loan campaign just ended in competition
with those lodges throughout the country in cities far larqer
than ours. The statement speaks for itself.
The Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee has begun its an-
nual effort to secure Passover accommodations for service folk ;
in our axea. Call the Jewish Welfare Board office 9-1323 and
register your invitation to those who are serving' our country
and deserve every consideration we can give them.
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CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS
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Monday, March 6th:
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Tuesday. March 7th:
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meeting, Tempi* Isra.
Wednesday, March 8th:
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MHA of Miami. 8 p.m.: Schaai
Zedek Cong. Punm ball Ma-
ionic Temple. 8 p m W
men s Circle. Branch No. 692.
executive committee meeting
25 Washington Avt .8pm.
JACKSONVILLE MAN TO RUN
FOR UNITED STATES SENATE
Jacksonville. Feb. 26 S N
Cornwall of this city, who has'
been active in the Florida con-'
fields for the past 31 years, to-1
day announced his candidacy lor"
the U. S. Senate in the May Dem-
OCratlC primaries ,
A newcomer to the State-wide
political scene and the only non- i
lawyer to enter the Senate race. |
Mr. Cornwall stated that hi
qualified for the office he seekl
toy.hoaST0n,0f a Hfe-tlme devoted1
to the Jcfiersoman principles of
democracy, knowledge of Amer-!
ni^Ktn;cmment- and a Platform
m1he 4enfVPPOrt n Nation
in the Senate except that which
REPORTAGE .
The Catholic Committee for Refugees is in hot water
Its officials refuse to admit that they should not have used the
classifications "Aryans" and "non-Aryan" on their application
iorms Instead, director Komora of the Committee is trying
to find a justification for that un-American and un-Christian pro-
cedure We've been told that some Catholic applicants who
reqistered as non-Aryans were told by this Committee to g0
elsewhere ... Yet these applicants, because they were Catho-
lie by their religion, had been directed to the Catholic Com-
mittee by the other refugee services ... In other Words, some
of these unfortunate "non-Aryan" Catholics, instead of receiv-
ing assistance, have become footballs to be kicked around in
political and un-Christian maneuvering .Shades of Hitler! ...
Another bit of information that reaches us is that at some Army
s overseas the Jewish boys showed much disinclination
to attend services during the fall holy days that the command-
rs felt it their duty to exercise moral suasion per.
baps it s up to the chaplains to make the services more at-
ve to the fellows in uniform? We're glad to report that
Piscatcr's' production of Lessing's "Nathan the Wise," the
play which stood fust on Hitler's book-burning list, is doing well
its two-week engagement at the Studio Theatre of the New
School for Social Research It's too bad that this famous
drama, or some equally powerful plea for tolerance, doesn't
seerr. to have that popular appeal which would bring capacity
audiences to see it for a couple of seasons.
OUR BRITISH ALLIES ..
The Britsh Shrove Tuesday custom of eating pancakes,
we're informed, is analogous to the Jewish practice of eating
matzoth during Passover For the English, it seems, consume
their pancakes in commemoration of the flat cakes the children
of Israel ate on their departure from Egypt All of which re-
minds us of an incident reported by an American soldier to
his family ... It seems that this soldier, stationed in a Western
camp, went to a party at a local Jewish center, and there ob-
served an RAF cadet consuming a platterful of tasty cheese
blintzes ... So a young lady, thinking he might like some, ven-
tured to remark: "You like those blintzes, don't you?" ....
"Blintzes" exclaimed the English youth in a tone of horror .
"They're the most terrible thing you can imagine" The lady
was somewhat taken abackbut a little probing revealed that
the stranger within our gates had thought she was asking him
about the London blitzes.
MUSICAL NOTES ...
They all fall sooner or later, we guess Anyway, here's
the one and only Fritz Kreisler signed up to play his fiddle over
the radio some time soon ... A copy of Herbert Weinstock's
biography of Tchaikovsky, recently published here, now re-
poses in the library of the composer's home at Klin, Russia ..
Our confrere Josh Levy of the National Jewish Monthly tells us
that his story on Leonard Bernstein, which appeared illustrated
with a photo of the handsome young assistant conductor of the
New York Philharmonic Orchestra, has provoked a veritable
flood of mashnotes from lady readers ... It seems to us that
Leonard is a real candidate for the shoes of Robert Taylor .,
A new operetta composer is expecting to make his Broadway
debut r.ext season His name is Bruno Granichstadten, he'
from Vienna, and his opus is entitled "The Singing Caesar''
. A beautiful new Victor record album is the one containing
Juluis Reubke's Sonata for Organ in C Minor, on the 94th
Psalm" Psalm 94, you no doubt recall, is the one that might
have been written in recent years, so accurately does it echo
the cry of the Jewish people in Nazi Europe.
FILMLAND .
Samson Raphaelson, whose "Jazz Singer" became the first
successful full-length sound picture, is adding another first to
his record His Broadway success of last season. "Jason.
has now been sold to the movies, and when it reaches the screen
will be the first film to center around a drama critic Add to
your list of budding authors the screen's Edward G. Robinson,
who is now engaged in writing a novelette for a national maga-
zine Sally Eilers. the pretty Clevelander whom we haven't
seen in the movies for quite some time now, is going to make
a comeback She's to be starred in "A Wave, A W AC and a
Marine" Beatrice Kay, the trush who is a niece of the late
labor leader Samuel Gompers, is turning scenarist ... She s
working on a script of the life of Anna Held, musical comedy
star of some decades back, and is hoping to play the Held part
when the picture is made That stately elderly gentleman
whom you will see playing the role of Bernard M. Baruch in the
forthcoming film on the life of Woodrow Wilson is none other
than that veteran actor Francis X. Bushman.
ABOUT PEOPLE ...
Blood will tell item: Studying psychology at Radcliffe College
is a young girl named Sophie Freud You guessed I**
the granddaughter of the late Dr. Sigmund Freud, creator a
modern psychoannalysis Stationed in England at last re-
ports is Dave Lax. the painter Congratulations to the Jewish
National Fund's Mendel Fisher on the Bar Mitzvah of his on-
Marshall Nahum Another Army play is in the offing. *J
J2 The playwright will be none other than George 1
Kaufman, but the play itself won't be for civilian consumptwn
According to present plans, it will be produced only <"
Army camps here and abroad
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THE GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE GIVES A PARTY
A TYPICAL PALESTINE JEWISH SOLDIER
It's all in one word MORALEand
that word can hasten the coming of an-
other word the all-important one of
VICTORY. Morale is just as vital to our
fighting forces as food ... It is, in fact, a
kind of food a highly valued military
"vitamin." Part of our job of winning the
war is keeping high the morale of our boys
in the armed forces... In Miami and Miami
Beach our Army-Navy Committee, which
receives its funds from Federation, has es-
tablished a fine record of service .. One
of Federation's national organizations is
the National Jewish Welfare Board .
Throughout the United States and on far-
flung battlefronts we are helping to bring
the warmth of home and the spirit of com-
radeship and religious solace to many
thousands who are fighting to preserve
our freedom and our happiness And
morale is not a one-way street. It pays tre-
mendous dividends in getting a tighter
grip on victory and shortening the war.
The heroic deeds of our fighting men
have given us new inspiration ... So has
the courageous action of the Jews of Pal-
estine who have been in the forefront of
the Allied triumphs in North Africa and
Italy.
What we do through the 1944 United
Appeal will help the fight for freedom on
the war fronts and behind the lines ... It
will hasten the day of liberation for our
oppressed and homeless fellow Jews ... It
will reinforce our position on the home
front in our own city...
IN WAR GIVE MORE
19 4 4 UNITED APPEAL
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
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fill LOCAL BOYS
IliEBSMIIffi
I ThP Order rf the Purple Heart
^i n ,\v uded posthumously
hnrnS M'^nn Beach hotel and
lf0 rtmcnt operator, who was
feTSI action at Tarawa. .
|klliord of the award was receiv-
I ,whv his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Moc Kothman. 937 Michigan Ave
lM^ cii.l their son was an aerial
KnS aligned to the Seventh
HSftce in the South Pacific.
A graduate of Valley Forge
Lftnrv Academy, he received
BPSSe Training in the AAF at
Mian>. Beach, Boca Raton and
Tyndall Field.______
Mr and Mrs. Max Ozer receiv-
ed word this week of the pro-
motion of their son, Bailey, to
gSncy. He is attached to the
First Army Air Corps Headquar-
iprs Division in Massachusetts.
He is a graduate of the Miami
| Beach OCS School in 1942.
Paul and Kurt Enficld, sons of
Mr and Mrs. Henry Enfield, of
iTol Michigan Avc, arc now en-
ioying a pre-inducuon leave fol-
Mowinn their acceptance at Bland-
inK last week. They will report
shortly to the Army at Ft. Mc-
Pherson, Atlanta.
GREATER WTJ^ army NAVy COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
ah Welfare Board Help Us Keep Record of Our Men in Service
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PAMDE!
Martin Rubinstein. 709 S. W.
21st Ave., is stationed at Indiana
University, Bloomington, for in-
struction in the Army's special-
ized training program.
LT. L B. FISHBORN WRITES
DMALLTHEFRONTS
Pvt. Max Goldsmith, 32, of
Chicago, 111., infantryman, was
wounded in the battle of Salerno.
Private Goldsmith, a lawyer, join-
ed the armed forces two years

Sgt. Nathan Katz, 28, of Lynn, ago
MOTHFR AT MIAMI RFAPH Mass., was wounded in action
rouinttt AI MIAMI BEACH while serving with the engineers
corps in the Pacific area.
Pvt. William B. Goldstein.
A 33, of Shreveport, La., wounded
A Miamian in the European
area is Pfc. Irving Rothstein. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roth-
stein. 829 N. W. 113th St., who
is a photographer with Lt. Gen.
Mark Clark's Army in Italy.
Seaman Morris Schwedt. 21, of
St. Louis, Mo., reported missing
a year ago, is now officially listed
as dead. He was on the destroy-
er Smith, which was struck by a
wild enemy plane off Santa Cruz
island in the Southwest Pacific.
Pfc. Robert E. Bondy. 22. of
New York City, attached to an
air force weather squadron, lost
his life in the Pacific area. His
father served in the American
armed forces during world war I
and received the Purple Heart.
While we re on the subject of graduate of Portsmouth high in action at Munda, New Georgia,
what the boys seem to consider school of Portsmouth, N. H., he is the recipient of a Purple Heart,
casual experiences in army you- has been in the army three years. He has been in uniform a year
tine, such as blasting Jap battle- ______ and a half
SsfefrlJ! VVf2*BS."J; ** MUton Chaikin. 19, of ------
nis mother at Miami Beach Fl- Brooklyn, a rifleman, was wound- Pfc. Milton Mednick. 21. of
nis motner at Miami Beach. J?la.. cd in action toward the close pf New york city> a signal corp3
un, yes, I almost forgot to the Sicilian campaign. Chaikin radio operator, was killed in ac-
tell you of a little incident, he was a ship-fitter before entering tion during the Sicilian campaign,
wrote. We had sunk two Jap the service. A telegraph clerk in civilian life.
ships in the South China sea. --------- he was in service over a year.
Then the weather got so bad we 2nd Lt. Meyer Etlrin. 22. of Private Mednick has been posthu-
were flying 30 feet above the wa- Seattle, Washington, has been mously awarded the Purple
ter and Bob had to keep his head killed in action in a bombing Heart,
out of the window to see where rajd over Germany. Lt. Etkin,
we were going. wh0 was a navigator and bomb-
"On the way back it got worse, ardier, had been in service for
we couldn't find the field and two years,
finally had to make a crash land-
ing on a river. We paddled Lt. Samuel Cohen. 26, of Wash-
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CONGRESS
Second Lt. Harold Michelson,
on of Mr. and Mrs. Max Michel-
Uon, 1225 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, arrived Sunday on leave
from San Angelo, Tex., after
graduating from the bombardier
school there.
A brother, Pvt. Bernard Mich-
lelson, graduate of Miami Beach
High School, is in training with
a bomber squadron at Alamo-
gordo, N. M. He spent a recent
[furlough here.
Lt. Oliver Leon, 23. of the
Bronx, was killed in action in
Italy. Wounded six months ago,
he recovered fully and returned
to his company. Lieutenant Leon
was a photographer in civilian
life.
Sanford K. Bronstein. 351 S. W.
122 nd Road, was temporarily
raised to Captain.
A former Miami attorney, Ber-
I nie A. Frank, has been promoted
to first lieutenant with a military
[police battalion on duty in India.
Word of his advancement was
[received by his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. B. Frank, 562 Michigan
Ave., Miami Beach. He is in
charge of the military intelligence
and criminal investigation sec-
t tion.
Lt Myron Malkin, 23. Youngs-
Itown, Ohio, a bombardier with
I the U. S. AAF in England, has
the DFC and Air MedaL He has
[participated in more than 25 mis-
sions over the continent. Lt. Mal-
Ikin is a cousin of Max Ozer, 3425
ICollins Ave., Miami Beach.
Pvt. Perry First. 35, of Youngs-
town, O., was wounded in Munda,
New Georgia, by a thousand-
pound bomb which killed a hun-
dred men. Private First, who
has taken part in three major
battles in the Pacific, survived
one hundred and thirty-five air
raids on Guadalcanal, as well as
the sinking of the USS Coolidge.
Private First was a theatrical
agent in civilian life.
Pvt. Abraham Pekefsky. 24, of
Brooklyn, advancing with Ameri-
can infantry in Italy, was wound-
ed by a German land mine. A
graduate of Hamilton high school.
Private Pekofsky has been in
service two years.
Lt. (jg) Irving Silverstein, U.
S. N., 22, of Brooklyn, who had
seen overseas action on an air-
craft carrier, lost his life when
his plane crashed during a rou-
tine flight over Jacksonville, Fla.
A student at the Keystone ac-
ademy of Pennsylvania, Lieuten-
ant Silverstein enlisted in the
naval air corps two and a half
years ago.____________
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a river,
ashore, to hundreds of Chinese on ington, D. C, an army air force
the bank. One spoke a little Am- navigator, lost his life when his
erican so they all took us to Lt. plane crashed on the third day
Gen. Chou Pun. He gave us a of the invasion of Sicily. Prior
warm welcome and put a guard to entering the army a year and
around the plane. Two German a half ago, Lieutenant Cohen was
women missionaries gave us nice employed by the census bureau.
quarters. The mayor threw a ---------
party for us. I had to make Lt. Victor Greenblatt, 24, of
speeches. Brooklyn, bomber navigator, has
"Next day the general gave us been awarded the Silver Star for
sedan chairs, bearers and armed particularly effective action near
guards. As we left town the folks WewalJ. New Guinea Assigned
shot firecrackers in our honor. to destroy grounded Jap planes
There were no roads and we re- at the airdrome there, Lieuten-
quired 12 hours to go 35 miles to a?t Greenblatt s plane was one
a town where we found a jeep of a detachment of twelve. Nine
waiting for us. So I'm back at were. forced back, but the re-
camp in one piece." maining trio reached their ob-
Fischborn's "little incident" is Jective and despte fierce anti-
reminiscent of a similar adven- aircraft fire succeeded in da-
tura undergone last year by Lt. stroying 17 enemy .craft on the
Morton Sher of Greenville. S. C. ground and damaging 20 more,
when his plane was forced down En ro"te home they shot down
in an isolated section of China, two others and scored three ad-
He was hailed as a hero by 15.000 ditional probables.
Chinese who called upon him to _, t t.1. ia # c
sing and make speeches, although Lt- AJrt J- Zomau. 24. of St
they understood no English. Lt. Louis, Mo., has been decorated
Sher was killed in action not long iih Distinguished Flying
ago. The story of his China ex- Cross for carrying out his mis-
periences is recounted in full in son ve,r enemy territory with
"Fighting for America," a forth- extraordinary merit and brav-
coming book to be released in the Lieutenant Zonms, Flying
near future by the Jewish Wei- Fortress navigator, participated
fare Board m a mission against Japanese
Iare a ______________ installations in the New Guinea From South Florida District
Pfc Albert A Nadler 28 of area an<* made two attacks
Chicago, 111., is the recipient of a against an obscured target, "ig- Your Support is Earnestly
Purple Heart for wounds sus- no"ng a heavy barrage of intense Invited,
tained in the Sicilian fighting. In and accurate anti-aircraft fire. ^
service two and a half years, he is
CLYDE A. EPPERSON
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CONGRESS
Pvt. Benjamin Perlman, 29, of
Democratic Primary
May 2. 1944
a graduate of Northwestern uni- STVES? "TiSi7
versitv Pittsfield, Mass., was killed in
y' ______ action in the Sicilian invasion.
Don't discuss military informa- service two years, he had Eve^0ny J^' *&" *
tion Zip the lip! been a salvage dealer in civilian lear to vote
life. Political Ad. Paid for by Friend*
Name
Serial No..
Home Address ....
Street
City
State
Birth Date_____
Birthplace
Civilian Occupation_.
Date Entry
In Service___________
City State
Marital Status----------
Braueh of Service_____________
Pull name of nearest kin______
Relationship_________Address.
Information Transmitted by
Telephone number____________
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WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. OEORQE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERt
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIO. Vice-Chairman
J08EPH A. BERMAN. Sac.
Executive Committee
Mn. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman,
Maurice Groasmen. Leula Helman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mff. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowltz. Alex-
ander F. Miller, at Roth, Fral
Shoehet, Milton Slrkin, Joseph
Stein. Mra. Herman Wallach. Carl
Welnkle. George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
PALM BEACH NOTES
MRS. MAST SCHREBNICK, Representative
ALFAR
CREAMERY CO.
F e* fee Beet k* Dairy
Products
WEST PALM BEACH
Devoting This Page to the Effort* ef the Army-Nary
the Co-Operation of
ABESS & COSTAR
First National Bank Bldg.
CARL'S MARKETS
Miami Miami Beech
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
155 E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
CROMER WHOLESALE
12 N. E. Third Street
Committee. Made Possible Through
JACK C. JAYSON
Mmml
DONALD LAVIGNE-UNIFORMS
114 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
Drink
COCA
COLA
Coca Cola Bottling
Company
of
West Palm Beech
Florida


SOUTHERN DAIRIES
mtmm
Ootinty* fturla0 qm
Rationally Famous Southern Dallies Pie-
ducta and loe Cream.
AB NEA1 TO YOU AS YOUB PHOKI
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
STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO.
148 N. E. 10th Street
JOSEPH R. STEIN
Miami Florida
WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB
West Flagler Street at 37th Ave.
WOMETCO THEATRES
Mitchell Wolfeon Sidney Meyeer
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHED 1883
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOB PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla.
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their
March 6th
the Y The
Junior Scouts for
9. 10 and 11 years of age
In addition t :nes planned
vies as a part
: am Our president.
in, founded the Cubs
MONKEY
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' here Hummi are Caged
I'd Monkeys Run Wild
B "' r South of Miami
_Op*n Da,
*EAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
at the Y.
Youth Groups
The Youth Groups at the Y .,
planning a Pur.m Carnival "e
a miniature sader to be held h> d
ing the month of March at iKv
The Y is giving these grouJjL*
ish background and knowlfc
part of their play and fun Qge
Harry Simonhoff. Miami attar
ney. who was chairman oft
huge Zionist meeting held at n.
front Park last M^oSaay3 nS"
deserves much credit for T
splendid program and attendant
at that meeting. As a menffS
the board of directors of the V
we are justly proud of you Broth
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Public Forums
The Public Forum held at (,.
Y last Wednesday evening. Kh
1st. with Alexander MiiicrVh
rector of Anti-Dcfamat:on League
of Miami, serving as moderator
was very instructive and success
fui. The topic of discussion ^,
Evolution of Anti-Semitism- a
similar forum on the topic of
-Anti-Semitism in America" wffl
be held at the Y. W e";
mng. March 8th. at 8:15 o'clock
Mr. Miller has kindly conseMed
to again act as moderator on tha'
occasion
Diamondball Practice
Diamondball practice ii being
held every Sunday aft. rnoon at
Riverside Park. S. V." H\h Ave-
nue and 4th Street The team
will be selected shortlv. so all of
you fellows attend practice and
try out fur the team
Registration
It is your duty as a good cit.-
?en to register and vi ti
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710 S.W. 12th AV. MIAMI
TEL. 3-3431
Moderate Costs Always
Within the Means of
Individual Circumstance* I
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"

Worthy and Deserves
Your Full Support and
Recommendation

SERVING MIAMI BEACH
AND MIAMI

EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH
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Miami Beach Exclusively
Homes and Investments
Properties
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with
METROPOLITAN
LIFE INS. CO.
Not Best Because Biqoest
ButBigg,t Because Beat
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots. Homes. Hotels
Apartment Houses
M. CILLER
REALTOR
18 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-5875
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Insure Your Tomorrow.
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Dinner* From 5 o Clock Suia*i from Noon
Cocktail Lounge Fine Liquors .nd Wines
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OPEN EVERY DAY
Made From Fresh Oranges
A*k Your Local
Delicatessen
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K Coats No Mora
OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORID*
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS
Oelldeue Corned '
Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats
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rpmAY. MARCH 3, 1944 +Jewish thrMkui PAGE FIVE %  : ,.,i.:tii!l::i:i:n;.' :v:-rv: %  MHM! I % %  I K\::.\.\\ %  /.-; %  1: ,,..... .. ,.. i.i'ft :iiiiimiimiii;i::;:... i : : imiinraimniWDiiDiinmiain :.;iiiiinii:i!::iiiiiiiiirr4 ONE WORD THE GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE GIVES A PARTY A TYPICAL PALESTINE JEWISH SOLDIER It's all in one word — MORALE—and that word can hasten the coming of another word — the all-important one of VICTORY. Morale is just as vital to our fighting forces as food ... It is, in fact, a kind of food — a highly valued military "vitamin." Part of our job of winning the war is keeping high the morale of our boys in the armed forces In Miami and Miami Beach our Army-Navy Committee, which receives its funds from Federation, has established a fine record of service .. One of Federation's national organizations is the National Jewish Welfare Board Throughout the United States and on farflung battlefronts we are helping to bring the warmth of home and the spirit of comradeship and religious solace to many thousands who are fighting to preserve our freedom and our happiness And morale is not a one-way street. It pays tremendous dividends in getting a tighter grip on victory and shortening the war. The heroic deeds of our fighting men have given us new inspiration ... So has the courageous action of the Jews of Palestine who have been in the forefront of the Allied triumphs in North Africa and Italy. What we do through the 1944 United Appeal will help the fight for freedom on the war fronts and behind the lines ... It will hasten the day of liberation for our oppressed and homeless fellow Jews ... It will reinforce our position on the home front in our own city... IN WAR GIVE MORE 19 4 4 UNITED APPEAL GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION 1002 CONGRESS BUILDING TELEPHONE 3-5411 t Opening March 19th Greater Miami Will Raise $189,095 THIS PAGE MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE CO-OPERATION OF THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN %  nm % %  %  % % % % % % %  c i'n-.jni-i'ua.Tit'.-.,:..' %  ,<



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PAGE FOUR Je*istnc****n FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1944 —TIDBrrS FROM EVERYWHEREThe Jewish Floridian Plant'and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue MiamiL Fit. P. Q. Box 2973 Phone^mi Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1179 FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.M MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 3. 1944 ADAR 8. 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 9 Face Facts By Alexander F. Miu>r Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League Mudfy Confidential —By PHINEAS I. BIRONNEEDED — V O L U N T E E R S In the midst of so many drives and campaigns, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is progressing rather rapidly towards its opening date for general solicitation on March 19th. The Bond Drive, War Chest, Red Cross, have all made the usual and necessary Federation pre-campaign activity more difficult, but' the organization's all-out effort has met with grand success. The real problem and that which is worrying drive officials is the dire need for campaign volunteers to assist in the general solicitation. Hundreds of prospects have to be canvassed. The shortage of manpower is greater than ever. The available I unteers are doing more than their share. The campaign to be successful, despite increased giving and advance gifts, must reach the masses of the community. It is the rank and file, with their smaller contributions, that will put the campaign over the top. It takes manpower to make these contacts. The success of the Federation drive is a responsibility that belongs and must be shared by all of us. If for only an afternoon, call Federation, 3-5411, and pledge your help for the drive. REGISTER! Registration books will be in the precincts for a few more days and then in the court house for a couple of weeks. To vote in the coming primaries and in the November general election everyone eligible must re-register. No matter if you have registered previously, city or county, or have voted previously, you must register again. Going unanswered, year after year, is the question why are people careless with this most sacred privilege, the very one thing that guarantees their liberty and freedom. Most vivid are the happenings abroad, caused by a lackadaisical attitude towards the protection of civil liberties. Our people alone, if for no other reason than the misfortunes' which have happened to our brethren abroad, should flock to register. It is the American way of protection for all peoples, j A plea to register cannot be made too strong—too urgent. Register today. Tomorrow may be too late. A I SSJ %  reasoi %  stress ai • I I v. ..j. to love : %  Th %  I Scotl I B • • • surfa If only peopl simple ro and goo.i better off. Too :: are willing to givi • or even n ey to the pr m ti r. of' good-will Ut ••: I I willing to c | rue-1 live themselves but out of their way to fosti And writing these words I ironical thought struck h there will be among those guilty of similar behavi who will neither recognize nor j admit their guilt. "Don't shove so hard back there, friend. Thi %  aded ; for the Ghetto." HAT HEN HERE I KASHRUS Federation, despite all its campaign activity, is quietly conducting a community-wide survey of the Kashrus situation. As part of its broadening community planning program, Federation is seeking to recommend a solution or improvement of this evertroublesome problem. Long the unfortunate target of deception, fraud and abuse. Kashrus should be available to those that believe, desire, and pay to insure their wants. Through the many years of this growing community, expose after expose have disclosed and uncovered the deceit played upon the unwary public. As recent as the past two weeks several "incidents" have occurred. We sincerely hope Federation and its survey will come forth with a plan and recommendation that will prove feasible and workable. With community-wide backing, en-! dorsement and sufficient pressure, enforcement and insurance of Kashrus can be obtained. : .tkl Fi --a':>.-. • i • : %  Mk for S %  • .. %  MISCELLANEOUS The director of the Bureau of Jewish Education has arrived to assume his duties. His task will be to coordinate the activities of the Jewish Education facilities here, raise their standards, institute an adult program and interest the great majority of nonattending children, in a Jewish education. The director's task is a major one, his job difficult and thankless. We wish him luck in this all important endeavor so necessary to the future of Judaism. The American Red Cross, an organization needing no narration of its work, has launched its annual drive for funds to continue its life-giving and life-saving work. Participate when called upon! The large attendance at the Bayfront Park mass meeting this week instilled courage into the hearts of those individuals who are striving so hard to awaken Jewry and America to its problems and duty. Much credit is due those leaders who put over this inspiring and excellent milestone to be recorded for our community. Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith ranked as the lodge to sell the most bonds in the War Loan campaign just ended in competition with those lodges throughout the country in cities far larqer than ours. The statement speaks for itself. The Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee has begun its annual effort to secure Passover accommodations for service folk ; in our axea. Call the Jewish Welfare Board office 9-1323 and register your invitation to those who are serving' our country and deserve every consideration we can give them. THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT 17M ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5 9951 CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE All Pastries Baked on the Premises CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS Catering to Organisations. Partis and Banquet* Friday, March 3: Gl *"• '• tionmcil : .' F in Am i B V, Sunday. March 5th: David Sisti Card Party, i Monday, March 6th: Ten I gular : 12:30 | Tuesday. March 7th: Ha I t-ting 2 p.rr... N I J> wish Children at I 2 p no ; Temi meeting, Tempi* Isra. Wednesday, March 8th: Hu\ uri w ,x •••••A D L Y MHA of Miami. 8 p.m.: Schaai Zedek Cong. Punm ball Maionic Temple. 8 p m W men s Circle. Branch No. 692. executive committee meeting 25 Washington Avt .8pm. JACKSONVILLE MAN TO RUN FOR UNITED STATES SENATE Jacksonville. Feb. 26 — S N Cornwall of this city, who has' been active in the Florida con-' fields for the past 31 years, to-1 day announced his candidacy lor" the U. S. Senate in the May DemOCratlC primaries A newcomer to the State-wide political scene and the only noni lawyer to enter the Senate race. | Mr. Cornwall stated that hi qualified for the office he seekl to y .ho aS T 0n 0f a Hfe tlme devoted 1 to the Jcfiersoman principles of democracy, knowledge of Amer-! ni^„ Ktn ; cmment and a Platform m1he 4enfV PPOrt n Nation in the Senate except that which REPORTAGE The Catholic Committee for Refugees is in hot water Its officials refuse to admit that they should not have used the classifications "Aryans" and "non-Aryan" on their application iorms Instead, director Komora of the Committee is trying to find a justification for that un-American and un-Christian procedure We've been told that some Catholic applicants who reqistered as non-Aryans were told by this Committee to g 0 elsewhere ... Yet these applicants, because they were Catholie by their religion, had been directed to the Catholic Committee by the other refugee services ... In other Words, some of these unfortunate "non-Aryan" Catholics, instead of receiving assistance, have become footballs to be kicked around in political and un-Christian maneuvering .Shades of Hitler! ... Another bit of information that reaches us is that at some Army s overseas the Jewish boys showed much disinclination to attend services during the fall holy days that the commandrs felt it their duty to exercise moral suasion p er baps it s up to the chaplains to make the services more atve to the fellows in uniform? We're glad to report that Piscatcr's' production of Lessing's "Nathan the Wise," the play which stood fust on Hitler's book-burning list, is doing well its two-week engagement at the Studio Theatre of the New School for Social Research It's too bad that this famous drama, or some equally powerful plea for tolerance, doesn't seerr. to have that popular appeal which would bring capacity audiences to see it for a couple of seasons. OUR BRITISH ALLIES .. The Britsh Shrove Tuesday custom of eating pancakes, we're informed, is analogous to the Jewish practice of eating matzoth during Passover For the English, it seems, consume their pancakes in commemoration of the flat cakes the children of Israel ate on their departure from Egypt All of which reminds us of an incident reported by an American soldier to his family ... It seems that this soldier, stationed in a Western camp, went to a party at a local Jewish center, and there observed an RAF cadet consuming a platterful of tasty cheese blintzes ... So a young lady, thinking he might like some, ventured to remark: "You like those blintzes, don't you?" .... "Blintzes" exclaimed the English youth in a tone of horror "They're the most terrible thing you can imagine" The lady was somewhat taken aback—but a little probing revealed that the stranger within our gates had thought she was asking him about the London blitzes. MUSICAL NOTES ... They all fall sooner or later, we guess Anyway, here's the one and only Fritz Kreisler signed up to play his fiddle over the radio some time soon ... A copy of Herbert Weinstock's biography of Tchaikovsky, recently published here, now reposes in the library of the composer's home at Klin, Russia .. Our confrere Josh Levy of the National Jewish Monthly tells us that his story on Leonard Bernstein, which appeared illustrated with a photo of the handsome young assistant conductor of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, has provoked a veritable flood of mashnotes from lady readers ... It seems to us that Leonard is a real candidate for the shoes of Robert Taylor ., A new operetta composer is expecting to make his Broadway debut r.ext season His name is Bruno Granichstadten, he' from Vienna, and his opus is entitled "The Singing Caesar'' A beautiful new Victor record album is the one containing Juluis Reubke's Sonata for Organ in C Minor, on the 94th Psalm" Psalm 94, you no doubt recall, is the one that might have been written in recent years, so accurately does it echo the cry of the Jewish people in Nazi Europe. FILMLAND Samson Raphaelson, whose "Jazz Singer" became the first successful full-length sound picture, is adding another first to his record His Broadway success of last season. "Jason. has now been sold to the movies, and when it reaches the screen will be the first film to center around a drama critic Add to your list of budding authors the screen's Edward G. Robinson, who is now engaged in writing a novelette for a national magazine Sally Eilers. the pretty Clevelander whom we haven't seen in the movies for quite some time now, is going to make a comeback She's to be starred in "A Wave, A W AC and a Marine" Beatrice Kay, the trush who is a niece of the late labor leader Samuel Gompers, is turning scenarist ... She s working on a script of the life of Anna Held, musical comedy star of some decades back, and is hoping to play the Held part when the picture is made That stately elderly gentleman whom you will see playing the role of Bernard M. Baruch in the forthcoming film on the life of Woodrow Wilson is none other than that veteran actor Francis X. Bushman. ABOUT PEOPLE ... Blood will tell item: Studying psychology at Radcliffe College is a young girl named Sophie Freud You guessed I*—* !" the granddaughter of the late Dr. Sigmund Freud, creator a modern psychoannalysis Stationed in England at last reports is Dave Lax. the painter Congratulations to the Jewish National Fund's Mendel Fisher on the Bar Mitzvah of his onMarshall Nahum Another Army play is in the offing. *J J2 %  %  %  The playwright will be none other than George 1 Kaufman, but the play itself won't be for civilian consumptwn • According to present plans, it will be produced only <" Army camps here and abroad Pallas Athena Restaurant EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING 224 WEST FLAGLER STREET OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. H



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tKJemsti Floiriidliiai ti CES5M Ttue JtewUslh HJmalty PI fa 17-No. 9 IITFRONT PARK IS nit "; 1 ZIONIST MEET An attendance estimated in ex-1 ,*" authored Monday BayWt Park to be K at a mass meeting arKnetti under the auspices of the KSrican Zionist Emergency Eouni-il. The program featured B Stephen S. Wise. Mr. Andrew Healey was introduced as Lirman vening by Mr. fearrv Simonhoff. who headed fie committee on arrangements. for Healev presented in addition. lo the main speaker Father FlorInce Sullivan of Gesu Catholic r hur Reverend Wiley Scott vici president of the Ministerial Association of Greater Miami F llowing the main ad-' tress Mr l'lul Locke of the edi-1 tonal stafl ol the Miami Daily %  News introduced a resolution ex' fcressini! the theme of the mee j n g ,. .mated the establishn.1: a Jewish commonwealth in Palestine which would lutomati ally open wide the Boors ; igration. Miss Ruth grotm i in several musical nun-i.i : Dr. Wise in :• magnificent manlier pi the case of the Jewish people i H arding Palestine to |he ludiem • His message was (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS Organization of Soliciting Teams (or 1944 United Appeal Proceeding Satisfactorily as Campaign Makes Ready for Action March 19 Ft 7 EM11I0N HEAD SUES DUTIES The Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami announced Ithis week the arrival of Abraham IP. Cannes, who will assume his Tduties as executive director of the (organization Formerly the Jewpsh Education Association and known as the J. E. A., the organization will, under the new director, establish offices and institute an educational program for phis area. Mr Carries comes here from New York where he was active in educational circles for many [years He was supervisor for the past three years in the Florence Marshall Hebrew High School, hvhere he prepared curriculum patters, planned and executed Wgrams for the schools and directed extra curricula activities. ie also served the school as an wministrative assistant. He received his B. A. degree Jrom the College of New York %  nd specialized in education. JewPre-campaign activities of the Advance Gift division of the 1944 United Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation gut under way Thursday night, March 2. at a dinner meeting In El Comodoro hotel when captains and workers met to receive their instructions and to listen to an inspiring address by Dr. A. L. Sachar of the University of Illinois. Dr. Sachar. noted as a historian, writer and lecturer, brought to the assemblage fresh viewpoints on many outstanding Jewish problems. He is national director of the Hillel Foundations which are active in 140 colleges and universities. The University of Miami Hillel Foundation now il in its first year. The Advance Gift division, with Albeit Kahn and Max Orovitz as co-chairman and Herbert E. Scher as vice chairman, received its instructions to contact all prospects and to wind up its report by the tune the general campaign starts Ion March 19. giving the men a, little more than a fortnight in | which to complete the task. Organization oi soliciting teams is proceeding rapidly in preparation for the start on March 19 of the 1944 United Appeal of the 'Greater Miami Jewish Federation and its 40 agencies for the $189,095 goal. But while these preparations were under way a pica for more manpower was voiced by Campaign Chairman Jacob Sher. "We need workers." Sher ex%  plained. "We need a large number of earnest men and women who sincerely will do their best to contact prospects at the earliest opportunity, rather than allow the canvassing to slide until the last: minute, when it cannot be done properly. If enough men and wo: men of this caliber will volunteer •heir services, we can put over this sixth annual appeal in a way to make Federation and Greater Miami justly proud. Much help is needed to insune our ability to, do all the work required in this campaign." Volunteers should call or phone Federation's offices. 1002 Congress building, to tell of their readiness to service, phone 3-5411. Meanwhile, numerous pre-campaign meetings of various division heads and captains have taken place, with the result that most of the detailed campaign plans have been worked out in their entirety and are ready for presentation at the big workers' rally to be held on March 19 as the TOLD THEIR PHUT AT LUNCH TUESDAY SPEAKERS ARE AVAILABLE FOR UNITED APPEAL DRIVE Speakers to appear in behalf of ( the 1944 United Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for $189,095 for its 40 agencies are available for any Jewish meeting. Campaign Chair man Ja-j signal to start general solicitation. cob Sher has announced. Under the co-chairmanship of Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Irving Lehrman a notable group has been gathered and instructed about the details of this sixth annual appeal and how the funds are to be used. Organizations desiring speakers should get in touch with one of the co-chairman or call Federation's office. 3-5411. How the Women's division j workers will go about their part i in the 1944 United Appeal was I explained to captains at a luncheon meeting in El Comodoro ho-1 tel Tuesday, Feb. 29. Co-chair-1 men Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and Mrs. Monte Selig were assisted in this explanation by Campaign Chairman Jacob Sher and Stanley C. Myers, chairmen of the Special Gift division. Among the captains of the Women's division are Mrs. Isadore Benjamin. Mrs. Herbert E. Scher. Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Mrs. S. B. Miller. Mrs. Stuart Gordon. Mrs. I. Roscngarten. Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. Mrs. William Slepian. Mrs. Norman Jacobs. Mrs. Ada Joseph. Mrs. Harry Platoff. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein, Mrs. Benjamin Appel. Mrs. David Phillips, Mrs Max Dobrin. Mrs. Lillian Oka. Mrs. Max Meisel. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky. Mrs. Samuel Grundwerg. Mrs. Joseph Lipton, Mrs. Harry Ruben and Mrs. Beniamin London. To this division fails the task of .i large portion of the canvassing to be conducted in the residential portions of Greater Miami. BEING MADE FOR RED CROSS FUNDS Volunteer workers started Wednesday as Dade County's $464,000 Red Cross War Fund campaign opened. "Our organization has been completed in every detail,'' H. H. Hyman, general drive chairman, said. "The men and women who will (In the actual soliciting of funds are enthusiastic and eager to start their big task. "The outcome now rests upon the generosity of the public in responding to the unparalleled need of the Red Cross for funds to carry on its work in the war zones and on the home front. We are confident Dade County will meet that call promptly and fully." Plans were made for conducting met tings of employe groups in the larger industries to explain that this year's quota is the largest in the history of the Dade county chapter, and to appeal for increased subscriptions to the. War Fund. March 31 has been set as the deadline for raising the $200,000,000 national Red Cross fund. C. Gordon Anderson, chapter chairman, said in emphasizing the need for a swiftly paced and sustained drive to reach the local quota. ARRESTS FOLLOW Due to the shortage of manpower, help is urgently needed by Federation to put over the drive 1 quickly and successfully. Call 3-5411 if you can spare ANY time I to this great undertaking. MEN'S DIVISION OF UNITED APPEAL GOES INTO ACTION The Men's divisions, Miami and Miami Beach, of the 1944 United Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation swung into action this week, with the Beach teams getting a two-day break on the men on this side of the bay. Both groups are scheduled to complete their tasks before the opening of the general campaign on March 19. Beach captains met with CoChairmen Milton Friedman, and Sol Goldstrom, as well as with George J. Bcrtman, vice-chairman, for luncheon on Wednesday, March 1. while the Miami men's start was slated for Friday. March 3. at a luncheon meeting at the Seven Seas. Among Beach captains arc Stanley Rosen'.hal. Irving Firtel, Ben Giller. Joseph A. Bcrman, Harold Turk, R. R. Adler. Milton Weiss. Arthur Triester, Dr. Klein. Benny Cohn. Herman Berk. Leo Chaikin. Jack August, W.I. Feuer. Dr. Louis G. Lytton, Irving Nathanson, Morton Russack, AlexVan Straaton, Herman Glasser. Samuel Lachman. Bert Raff. Joseph Witt, Hyman Laibson. Capt. Philip Rabinowitz. Louis Marcus. Daniel Broad and Charles Tobin. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 2) CHICAGO LEADERS RESIGN -OMMITTEE TO SAVE JEWS i C u'y 0, |JTA > — Dr. Francis %  • %  %  • ihon of the University of 1 airman of the Chicago -napter i the Emergency Comniitee to Save the Jewish People |n Europe, and 14 other officers P^e announced their resignation prom the organization, it was an!" H n ". this week Ur McMahon has made public "T. to Gabriel A. Wecl.sl.i _*ork, national secretary ency Committee, in K.,. • igning officers said f."' r %  occasioned by L.£ u xifusion between it ,:,,', Urgency Committee's) acF lv, t'^ and objectives and those £'"',', American League for a F** Palestin Jerusalem. (JTA) — The Palestine police this week made many arrests and raids throughout the country in connection with the repeated terroristic acts which culminated in explosions of timebombs during the week-end in government tax offices in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa. The buildings where the bomb* exploded on Saturday and Sunday remained cordoned off in view of the possibility of further explosions In the meantime the I entire Jewish and Arab press published articles condemning the | terrorists and urging the population to remain calm. Resolutions i expressing strong condemnation of the terrorist activities were also adopted by all major Jewish organizations in the country, including local settlement councils I and labor councils. The Davar. Hebrew labor paper which has the largest circulation I in the country, says in an editor! ial that the terror must cease. NEW YORK MAYOR NAMES RACIAL UNITY COMMITTEE GEORGE J BERTMAN SOLGOLDSTROM MILTON FRIEDMAN New York, (JTA) — A new 'committee with a special staff to I report and recommend methods of correcting racial and religious i prejudice was announced by 1 Mayor F. H. LaGuardia this week, with Chas. Evans Hughes. Jr.. formerly Solicitor General of j the United States, as chairman. Composed of 19 leaders of varying faiths, and including both officials and private citizens, the committee will be privately financed. Mayor LaGuardia said ihe hoped to make another an| nouncement on this in ten days, 'but expressed confidence it will obtain funds for two years' support. He said it would not solicit funds. GIVE MORE IN WAR: FEDERATION SEE PAGE S



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UDAY. MARCH 3, 1944 +Jewisii tkridian PAGE SEVEN fill LOCAL BOYS IliEBSMIIffi I ThP Order rf the Purple Heart ^i n ,\v uded posthumously hnrnS M'^nn Beach hotel and l f0 rtmcnt operator, who was feTSI action at Tarawa. | kll iord of the award was receivI w h v his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moc Kothman. 937 Michigan Ave l M ^ cii.l their son was an aerial KnS aligned to the Seventh HSftce in the South Pacific. A graduate of Valley Forge Lftnrv Academy, he received BPSSe Training in the AAF at Mian>. Beach, Boca Raton and Tyndall Field. Mr and Mrs. Max Ozer received word this week of the promotion of their son, Bailey, to gSncy. He is attached to the First Army Air Corps Headquariprs Division in Massachusetts. He is a graduate of the Miami | Beach OCS School in 1942. Paul and Kurt Enficld, sons of Mr and Mrs. Henry Enfield, of iTol Michigan Avc, arc now enioying a pre-inducuon leave folMowinn their acceptance at BlandinK last week. They will report shortly to the Army at Ft. McPherson, Atlanta. GREATER WTJ^ ARMY NAVy COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation ah Welfare Board Help Us Keep • Record of Our Men in Service •" I SERVICE PAMDE! Martin Rubinstein. 709 S. W. 21st Ave., is stationed at Indiana University, Bloomington, for instruction in the Army's specialized training program. LT. L B. FISHBORN WRITES DMALLTHEFRONTS Pvt. Max Goldsmith, 32, of Chicago, 111., infantryman, was wounded in the battle of Salerno. Private Goldsmith, a lawyer, joined the armed forces two years • Sgt. Nathan Katz, 28, of Lynn, ago MOTHFR AT MIAMI RFAPH Mass., was wounded in action rouinttt AI MIAMI BEACH while serving with the engineers corps in the Pacific area. Pvt. William B. Goldstein. A 33, of Shreveport, La., wounded A Miamian in the European area is Pfc. Irving Rothstein. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rothstein. 829 N. W. 113th St., who is a photographer with Lt. Gen. Mark Clark's Army in Italy. Seaman Morris Schwedt. 21, of St. Louis, Mo., reported missing a year ago, is now officially listed as dead. He was on the destroyer Smith, which was struck by a wild enemy plane off Santa Cruz island in the Southwest Pacific. Pfc. Robert E. Bondy. 22. of New York City, attached to an air force weather squadron, lost his life in the Pacific area. His father served in the American armed forces during world war I and received the Purple Heart. While we re on the subject of graduate of Portsmouth high in action at Munda, New Georgia, what the boys seem to consider schoo l of Portsmouth, N. H., he is the recipient of a Purple Heart, casual experiences in army youhas been in the army three years. He has been in uniform a year tine, such as blasting Jap battlean d a half SsfefrlJ! VVF2*BS."J; **• MUton Chaikin. 19, of nis mother at Miami Beach FlBrooklyn, a rifleman, was woundPfc. Milton Mednick. 21. of nis motner at Miami Beach. J?la.. cd in action toward the close pf New y ork city> a signal corp3 un, yes, I almost forgot to the Sicilian campaign. Chaikin radio operator, was killed in actell you of a little incident, he was a s hip-fitter before entering tion during the Sicilian campaign, wrote. We had sunk two Jap the service. A telegraph clerk in civilian life. ships in the South China sea. he was in serv ice over a year. Then the weather got so bad we 2nd Lt. Meyer Etlrin. 22. of Private Mednick has been posthuwere flying 30 feet above the waSeattle, Washington, has been mously awarded the Purple ter and Bob had to keep his head killed in action in a bombing Heart, out of the window to see where ra jd over Germany. Lt. Etkin, we were going. w h 0 was a navigator and bomb"On the way back it got worse, ardier, had been in service for we couldn't find the field and two years, finally had to make a crash land%  ing on a river. We paddled Lt. Samuel Cohen. 26, of WashI I EPPERSON FOR CONGRESS Second Lt. Harold Michelson, on of Mr. and Mrs. Max MichelUon, 1225 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, arrived Sunday on leave from San Angelo, Tex., after graduating from the bombardier school there. A brother, Pvt. Bernard Michlelson, graduate of Miami Beach High School, is in training with a bomber squadron at Alamogordo, N. M. He spent a recent [furlough here. Lt. Oliver Leon, 23. of the Bronx, was killed in action in Italy. Wounded six months ago, he recovered fully and returned to his company. Lieutenant Leon was a photographer in civilian life. Sanford K. Bronstein. 351 S. W. 122 nd Road, was temporarily raised to Captain. A former Miami attorney, BerI nie A. Frank, has been promoted to first lieutenant with a military [police battalion on duty in India. Word of his advancement was [received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank, 562 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. He is in charge of the military intelligence and criminal investigation sect tion. Lt Myron Malkin, 23. YoungsItown, Ohio, a bombardier with I the U. S. AAF in England, has the DFC and Air MedaL He has [participated in more than 25 missions over the continent. Lt. MalIkin is a cousin of Max Ozer, 3425 ICollins Ave., Miami Beach. Pvt. Perry First. 35, of Youngstown, O., was wounded in Munda, New Georgia, by a thousandpound bomb which killed a hundred men. Private First, who has taken part in three major battles in the Pacific, survived one hundred and thirty-five air raids on Guadalcanal, as well as the sinking of the USS Coolidge. Private First was a theatrical agent in civilian life. Pvt. Abraham Pekefsky. 24, of Brooklyn, advancing with American infantry in Italy, was wounded by a German land mine. A graduate of Hamilton high school. Private Pekofsky has been in service two years. Lt. (jg) Irving Silverstein, U. S. N., 22, of Brooklyn, who had seen overseas action on an aircraft carrier, lost his life when his plane crashed during a routine flight over Jacksonville, Fla. A student at the Keystone academy of Pennsylvania, Lieutenant Silverstein enlisted in the naval air corps two and a half years ago. | Fill Out This Coupon and Meal To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida a river, ashore, to hundreds of Chinese on ington, D. C, an army air force the bank. One spoke a little Amnavigator, lost his life when his erican so they all took us to Lt. plane crashed on the third day Gen. Chou Pun. He gave us a of the invasion of Sicily. Prior warm welcome and put a guard to entering the army a year and around the plane. Two German a half ago, Lieutenant Cohen was women missionaries gave us nice employed by the census bureau. quarters. The mayor threw a party for us. I had to make Lt. Victor Greenblatt, 24, of speeches. Brooklyn, bomber navigator, has "Next day the general gave us been awarded the Silver Star for sedan chairs, bearers and armed particularly effective action near guards. As we left town the folks Wewal J. New Guinea Assigned shot firecrackers in our honor. to destroy grounded Jap planes There were no roads and we reat th e airdrome there, Lieutenquired 12 hours to go 35 miles to a ?t Greenblatt s plane was one a town where we found a jeep of a detachment of twelve. Nine waiting for us. So I'm back at wer e. forced back, but the recamp in one piece." maining trio reached their obFischborn's "little incident" is Jective and despte fierce antireminiscent of a similar advenaircraft fire succeeded in datura undergone last year by Lt. stroying 17 enemy .craft on the Morton Sher of Greenville. S. C. ground and damaging 20 more, when his plane was forced down En ro te home they shot down in an isolated section of China, two others and scored three adHe was hailed as a hero by 15.000 ditional pro bables. Chinese who called upon him to —_, t T„— .1. IA „# c sing and make speeches, although Lt A J£ rt JZomau. 24. of St they understood no English. Lt. Louis, Mo., has been decorated Sher was killed in action not long !" iih • Distinguished Flying ago. The story of his China exCross for carrying out his misperiences is recounted in full in son ve r enemy territory with "Fighting for America," a forthextraordinary merit and bravcoming book to be released in the £ Lieutenant Zonms, Flying near future by the Jewish WeiFortress navigator, participated fare Board m a mission against Japanese Iare a installations in the New Guinea From South Florida District Pfc Albert A Nadler 28 of area an< made two attacks Chicago, 111., is the recipient of a against an obscured target, "igYour Support is Earnestly Purple Heart for wounds susno n g a heav y barrage of intense Invited, tained in the Sicilian fighting. In an d accurate anti-aircraft fire. ^ service two and a half years, he is CLYDE A. EPPERSON lor CONGRESS Pvt. Benjamin Perlman, 29, of Democratic Primary May 2. 1944 a graduate of Northwestern uni%  £* STVES? "TiSi7 • versitv Pittsfield, Mass., was killed in y action in the Sicilian invasion. Don't discuss military informa£ service two years, he had Eve ^ 0n y J^' *&" %  tion Zip the lip! been a salvage dealer in civilian lear to vote life. Political Ad. Paid for by Friend* Name Serial No.. Home Address .... Street City State Birth Date Birthplace— Civilian Occupation_. Date Entry In Service City State Marital Status Braueh of Service Pull name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress. Information Transmitted by— Telephone number Date .Discharged Rank or Rating WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. OEORQE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERt J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIO. Vice-Chairman J08EPH A BER MAN. Sac. Executive Committee Mn. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman, Maurice Groasmen. Leula Helman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mff. Murry Koven, Harry Markowltz. Alexander F. Miller, at Roth, Fral Shoehet, Milton Slrkin, Joseph Stein. Mra. 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