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The Jewish Floridian ( May 5, 1944 )

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ihJIi^wiislbJEIIiDiriidliiaun VOLUME MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 5. 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS DADE RED CROSS HAS FINAL REPORT MEET Final report meeting of the 1944 Dade County Red Cross fcWar Fund campaign turned into a victory celebration Monday night when H. H. Hyman. drive chairman, announced that the $464,000 goal had been exceeded bv $38,457, making a total of $502,457 for the two-month drive. I of Tallahas"Not only have we raised 103 Millara ^•"' ;,,,„ first Dlace P<" r cent of our quota, Hyman *• wh • m Irs race Wednestad. "but 98 per cent is in cash. UK governor i rww Furthermore, 1 expect that when da and Robe tAkx.s Green ot ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ SS tX for a three-week DOUt $515,000." So leading to the decisive second primary May U. Sen Claud.' Pepper received majority of votes as the state rnunt neared completion and clinched a first primary victory and a second tull six-year term. In other state-wide races Attorney General J. Tom Watson. XptrolUr J. M Lee State School Superintendent Colin English and Railroad Commissioner W. B. -Babe" Douglas all retained office with ease. Miami's traffic cop," Jimmy Sullivan, upset all forecasts in Tuesday's primaly by rolling up a total of 21 201 votes to lead a field of five candidates in the race for sheriff of Dade county. Sullivan will be opposed by R. B. Chastain. first district constable, in the second Democratic primary May 23. U. S. Rep. Pat Cannon was renominated in the first primary by a substantial vote. Val C. Geary easily won the Democratic nomination for the new Miami Beach county commissioner's post. George S. Okell and C. W. Peters. Miami attorneys, were assured of seats as Dade deleRales to the Florida house of Nsmentativt %  -. while Troy C. Dav;>, Miami attorney, and fchard D. (Chubby) Oelkers. jr v.r\*ST\lLV MIV 1 FlATF Miami business man, will be opMONDAY MAY 15 DA it ponents for group 2 seat in the | fQR U. M. EXPANSION second primary. J lly 1 VHILL UL ENTERTAIN PRESIDENT HOST'S HIT ID TO L The Freda Markowitz Post of Minnie Kline, president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Freda Markowitz Post. Jewish War Veterans, will entertain Mrs. Jessie C. Gnesain, president of the National Ladies Auxiliary upon her arrival, together with the officers of the local organization, at her home next Monday evening. A luncheon in her honWashington, C. — B'nai the Jewish War Veterans will be or tendered by the loca aux.lBriths t .,. n tury-old goal of nahOSta to their National Commander, Archie H. Greenberg. when he arrives here lor a visit Wednesday, May 10th. He will be iaiy. win take place at the Ur n ( ', r Vai" unVtv through interfaith mey Hotel next Tuesday. Reser-1 ac(ion wj|1 j^ drama tically symPresenting a new innovation in the organizational life of this community, plans are now being formulated for an all-day session of a "Community Assembly." Set lor June 4U) at the Miami Women's Club ali Jewish Social Service Agencies in the area will give presentations cf their activities, and reports on the work rendered to the community by them. The annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will close the elaborate agenda. Arrangements are being made for luncheon and dinner so that those attending may spend the entire day in hearing a review of these activities. The complete program will be announced shortly. vations can be made by calling Ida Cohen, 2-2193, or Betty Alpert, 2-6804. bolized during B'nai B'rith's national war service centennial convention in New York City when a trio of American leaders whose lives and daily works sym. bolize interfaith service, headed by Supreme Court Justice Frank. Murphy, outstanding Catholic layman and chairman of the National Committee Against Nazi Persecution and Extermination of the Jews, will address the con' vention's climatic interfaith session at Carnegie Hall on Monday evening, May 8. I Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, More than four hundred M. gg^dy of^land. and Henry T PRESENT IT [ MEETIHG LIST WHIT HE attendance at the memorial meeting last Monday, when the Greater Miami community commemorated the Yahrzeit of the Warsaw Gretto slaughter. Zionist groups of Greater Miami participated, with Harry Simonhoff, president of the Miami District, serving as chairman. B'rith, will be the other members of the interfaith trio. Mrs. Roosevelt will read a message to the convention from President Roosevelt President Monsky, who will preside, will deliver an address and introduce Justice Murphy. Justice Murphy's address will be broadcast in New Peace Justice Henry L. Oppenborn easily won re-nomination for the first district. Kenneth Oka led in the fifth justice of the peace district (Miami Beach) race, with a total of 1.738 votes. He had a field of six candidates, and will face a run-off with Park (Buck) Grundy. who received 938. In the first district constable's race. W. M (Newt) Hudson led the ticket He will face a run-off ith T. L. Ad kins. Tom Wood, second district confable, retained his seat. Frank frwm received 1,170 for the fourth district constable's seat. Harry S. Hin^ins received 1,792 votes for the fifth district constables post to 1,180 received by Jim Hickland. One district office was in floubt Wednesday even after finj* returns had been tabulated, •s ttie official canvass showed R. ^ Terry leading E. L. Allsworth y a slim 31-vote margin for the Strict 4 school board seat. jo ELECT DIRECTORS AT I. W. B. MEETING pWing, May llth, at Beth David Monday, May 15, collection of cash will begin for expansion of the University of Miami at Coral Gables. Dr. B. F. Ashe, president of the university, and Bruno Weil, chairman of the executive committee, announced the new date. The movement, sponsored by the Miami Beach Board of Realtors, seeks to raise $1,040,000 within 60 days. "Make it plain to the public," said Chairman Weil, "that all this money goes for enlargement of the university and has nothing to do with current expenses or obligations." Greater Miami architects nave agreed to submit plans for the proposed buildings. ANTI-SEMITISrvTfOPLAY PART IN SEDITION TRIAL Washington — An indication that the question of anti-Semitism will occupy an important place in the trial here of thirty alleged seditionists was seen in the defense's questioning of prospective jurors. J Prior to questioning of the jury The Jewish Welfare %  % % % % %  n P anel attorney Ira Chase Koehne, J^Ma ..s b annua. lf me C etiSg r and i ^"KS^edXtVcoS cause one of the partners in the met by Mayor Leonard Thomson, Major John Bills of the National Guard, and the Commander of the American Legion Harvey Seeds Post, and an escort of honor of the local post. Thursday evening an invitation dinner will be given in his honor at the Urmey Hotel. The guest list includes prominent officials of the community and Commander Greenberg will deliver a timely message of importance to the gathering. Prior to the dinner he will make a tour of the government hospitals in this area accompanied by Abe S. Goldman, commander of the local post The committee in charge of arrangements for the occasion includes J. A. Richter, honorary chairman; Judge Louie Bandell vice-chairman; Harry Simonholi and Alexander F. Miller. Greenbecg has a long and creditable service record, totalling twenty-one months of overseas service in World War I. Serving as regimental supply sergeant of the ammunition train of the Second Division, he was engaged in every battle from Chauteau Thierry to the Argonne. He was seriously disabled, losing the sight of one eye and serious impairment of the other. Immediately upon his discharge from service, he became extremely active in veteran organizations. He is a Past Commander of Alfred Wilson Post, and a Past Distiict Commander of Kings County of the American Legion. He is a member of the Disabled American Veterans In the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, he has held the offices of Commander of Parkway Post No. 61. Commander of Kings County State Commander and National Vice Com,nder. besides many intermediTaking part in the program York City from 9:30 to 10 p. m., were. Harry Simonhoff, chairEastern War Time, over station man; Rabbi Simon April, Rabbi WMCA. and will also be heard Jacob Tarshish, Rev. Jacob J.I at approximately the sa.'.e time Simonhoff, Rabbi Irving Lehrthroughout the United States by man, Cantor Abraham Friedman.' means of recordings on other staRabbi Moses Mescbeloff. and turns in every major community Prof. Edward Clarke. i n Florida the address will be A resolution was adopted by heard at Jacksonville, WJAX, the gathering, citing the com10:30 p. m.; Miami, WIOD, 10:30 memoration as the occasion upon p. m.; Pensacola, WCOA, 10:30 which energy and action would p m.; Tallahassee, WTAL, 5:30 be expended to assist in opening p. m. the doors of Palestine to those oppressed. The resolution will be forwarded to pioper officials. BEACH LEGION POST NAMES NEW OFFICERS The convention will officially open on Saturday evening. May 6 at the Hotel New Yorker, where all sessions except the Carnegie Hall meeting, will be held. CHAPLAIN KRAFT NOW ASSIGNED TO BEACH Drior ir. ii. -->ueei. m Kttp m fS. ttai ^ immm OKHJNDKS~RABBI f* W AY TONEW YORK Dute^ i J u Curdoz of Curacao, iMiami th? P as w?d through York tu Wl, k ''"route to New We can. S makin 8 the trip to r* JewktT some matters for hie of ih„ community there, Kisphere est ta the Western highest vote among 38 delegates .••23 .„ thn American Jewish Miami Beach American Legion post 85 held its annual election Tuesday evening with the follow, j ing results: Commander, Dr. i Flrst Lieutenant Saul Kraft of Maurice Klein; 1st vice-cornBoston. Mass., has been assigned mander. Roldan Evans; 2nd viceto lhe Army Air Forces Rediscommander. John C. Osterberg; finance officer, Louis Auerbach; historian, H. H. Glasser; chaplain, Arthur Treister; sergeantat-arms, El Platkin. This election made Dr. Maurice Klein commander for the second time. The executive committee named is composed of Harry Danziger, Hy Berkman. Archie Brick, Mike Schwartz, and Judson Owens, jr. tribution Station No. 2, Miami Beach, to serve as a chaplain to members of the service of the Jewish faith. Chaplain Kraft served for three months in the Middle East, prior to his assignment here. RUMANIAN JEWS WILL WEAR YELLOW BADGES DADE SCHOOLS Bern. (JTA) — The introducWILL tion { y e U w badges for Jews KTT* Mtmv OTTCCTBMQ in Rumania proper along the AID Ntt.L>I ItUoomna same lines as in the provinces of Bessarabia and Bukovina is deClothes needed by Russian m anded in German newspapers war victims, especially shoes, for rea ching here from Bucharest, which there is a desperate need. Thp ncwspapers point out that will be collected by schools in now, when the Russian armies Dade county during a "i?? I a re Derating on Rumanian soil, starting Monday, Dr. I you understand the word Sem to mean?" "Do you know that Israil. anti-Semitism is'" "What does the word Jew mean?" "Doe: mean a religion, race or i Jerusalem (JTA)-A military .o it' Jerusalem w n „ I „.. hi week sentenced Husor a peocourt 1m wet K jm pier' "Do you know what Juda-> se n Ah AduHar^^ of 325 o Fsm is?" "What is Zionism? Pr^ nm< n / ammunition alleged "What are international bankj round^oi ers?" rounds oi u "" ,i;~ purchased from soldiers. campaign naraotj mm.ua, --(the introduction of the yellow I. T. Pierson. cnairman of the L^ for Jews in al sections of campaign, announced. the country is "urgently necesTbough the schools will be the sary j n or( j er to effectively concollection depots, donations will tro i Jewish subversive and detrialso be received at headquarters' mental activities which arc beoffiee, 828 Washington Ave., Mi%  ing carried on blatantly in supami Beach, from 9 a. in. to 5 Pport of the enemy." m. Monday through Friday and; Qn ?5 Jpws an? m ,n Miami at 15Jb N. Miami Ave.. im>v ita of Bcssarabi which from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. | js menaccd by tht Russian army Besides shoes, approximately, it i s reported in the Bukar*>ster 120,000 of which are needed, the Zeitung, another Nazi newspapti Russians particularly need stock-1 published in Rumania. The paings, suits, dresses, underclothDer says that there were 11.888 ing for men, women and child-, Jews in Kishinev in 1941 when ren, felt hats, yard goods, the Rumanian mayor of that city blankets and pillows. ordered a census of the poputation. Before the war there were Jerusalem" (JTA) — Describing about 80.000 Jews in Kishinev, the severe housing shortage that Many of them were massacred by exists throughout Palestine, El-1 the German Rumanian troops, iezer Kaplan, treasurer of the while others were deported to Jewish Agency, this week reTransnistria. Several thousand vealed that the Agency is re-' Kishinev Jews retreated with the questing a government loan of. Red army into Russia in the early $16,000,000 to be used to conmonths of the Russo-German struct new dwellings. war. > I



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PAGE TWO vJewlsii fkxrklian FRIDAY, MA Y 5, 1944 SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS BETROTHAL OF BEACH GIRL IS ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grossman, of 1238 Euclid Avc, Miami Beach, have :innounct-G the engagement Mrs. George Chertkof, accompanied by her son, returned to the city last week, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, in Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin M. Cassel of 419 N. E. 17th St.. have Jeft for their home in New York City. They plan to stop enroute in Pittsburgh to visit their son, Marwin Shcpard Cassel, an aviation cadet stationed in that city. Mrs. Cassel, professionally known as Mme. Mana-Zucca, is a composer and will be guest of honor May 11 at the Academy of Music in Brooklyn, N. Y., where the choral society will present u group of her compositions. A housewarming was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis, 1668 S. W. 14th Terrace. Sunday evening, April 30th. 150 guests were present at this occasion and refreshments were TOWER THEATRE S.W. 8th St at 15th AT*. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. FRIDAY, MAY 5 LAST DAY! RITA HAYWORTH IN // COVER GIRL" IN TECHNICOLOR GENE KELLY PHIL SILVERS Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M.. and Sun. Thru Tues., May 6-9 // Ladi ies // Courage OJS LORETTA YOUNG GERALDINE FITZGERALD DIANA BARRYMORE EXTRA! "THE IRISH QUESTION" "MARCH OF TIME" served. Many out-of-town guests were present, including Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer of Key West, Rabbi J. Angel of New York, and Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky of Miami, who participated in the evening's festivities. Mistress Renee Morey sang Spanish selections and several solos were given by H. Swidler, H. Sherman and M. Rosenthal. M. Meltzer gave a recitation. Mrs. M. Mandell recited and sang. Mrs. Isadore Cohen addressed the gathering. The Sisterhood of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation presented Mrs. Zalis. its president, with a gift. The presentation was made by Mrs Ida Orlansky, secretary of the organization. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rossman announce the bar mitzvah of their son, Norman, jr. The confirmation wili take place Saturday. May 6th, at 10:30 a. m. at services at Temple Israel. A reception by the parents in honor of their son will be tendered in Kaplan Hall immediately following the services. Private Rubin Blum is coming to Miami to spend his furlough with his wife, Mrs. Rubin Blum and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rothschild, 1637 S. W. 10th St. Private Blum's mother and sister are coming to Miami to see him. Mrs. Ida Optncr will leave Saturday for New York. She will visit with her children and friends, returning to her home in Miami in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel, of 1035 N. W. 11th Court, announce the bar mitzvah of their son. Robert, services to take place at Beth David on Saturday, May 13. Noel Goldstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Goldstein, became bar mitzvah Thursday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Two other bar mitzvahs taking place at the Center on Saturday, are those of Arnold, son of Mr and Mrs. Jules Carter, and Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ehrhch. $ A\ovui 0totltet Your Complex* Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington A*e. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami Mount Sinai Memorial Park; "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY Affiliated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox, Schaarei Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes £ OLD SARATOGA INN Kscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI, OR BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH Ask Tour Local Delicatessen For tha Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Boor Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 87th and Normal Ave. Chicago MISS DOROTHY GROSSMAN of thoir daughter, Dorothy, to Moe Browarnik. son of Harry Browarnik. of 4410 N. Jefferson Avenue. Miss Grossman attended schools in Chicago, III., the former residence of the family, and was graduated from Miami Beach High school. The bridegroomelect received his schooling ir> New York. The wedding is set tentatively for August. Pfc. and Mrs. William Reiser of California are visiting with their parents in Miami. BRISM On Monday afternoon at Jackson Memorial hospital. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the brith milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hodes, 202 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, and at the brith milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg, 2430 S. W. 25th St. at St. Francis hospital on Tuesday. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Marger, 1355 Drcxel Ave., Miami Beach, was circumcised by Rabbi S. M. Machtei, at Jackson Memorial hospital, on Wednesday afternoon. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman announce the birth of a son on Wednesday, May 3 at Jackson Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, of 2129 S. W. 12th St.. announce the birth of twin girls Thursday. April 27th at Jackson Memorial Hospital, The Pearls are active in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Sisterhood. HEBREW CALENDAR Lag B'Omer Thure., May 11 Roih Hodeah Sivan. ,Tuei., May 23 Shabuot Sun.. May 28 What In Pay For -,. WATCH REPAIRS "Q t Why Not Get the Best HAVE AN ACCURATE TIMMIIMI '"Li Technical training and yean of expert, •no* only can maka a >nan • watchmaker. ToaH find anch alcllla at Daasif'a, G* U,, beet — U coita no more, a JEWELRY IIMIRJM DANZIG'S 40 MALC v'jN AHCAOt us: flu j,. st. Mrs. Lewin-Epstein, "Mother to the American soldiers in Palesiine," surrounded by a group of smiling G. I.'K at the Red Cross flub in Jerusalem. In the past year she has entertained 3,000 such soldiers in her home. American Red ( ross Photo. DELAYING THE VICTORY HOUR MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 HARVEY SEEDS POST AMERICAN LEGION PRESENTS A Great Jewish War Hero in Person BARNEY ROSS Monday Evening, May 8th MIAMI BALL FIELD—N. W. 16th AVENUE AT 3rd ST. 3 ALL STAR 8-ROUND BOUTS SANDY MACK VS. JOHNNY LYONS EARL WHOBREY VS. PADDY O'RILEY TED 0-WHITE VS. DOUGH LESTER COLORED BATTLE ROYAL 2 GOOD FOUR ROUND BOUTS PRICES—$1.00, $2.00, $3.00—TAX INCLUDED Tickats on Sale Hippodrome Bar. Sam's News Stand. Miami Stanleys Service Station. Miami Beach Buy a Rod and Reel AND RELAX Far Vour Health and Pleasure SHRIBER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP •17 Wat Ave., M. B. Ph. 5-1923 OPEN EVENINQ8 Buy Stamps and Bonds Today SID PALMERS FUNERAL HOME SERVING PHONE 9-2664 l E riffi S COMM """ 2008 W. FLAGLER RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM net N. w. 7th at. Pfc •• r ••at car* for chronic elek. •*•" %  '-•c.nt and aldarly IP". BANEL BEER. M. O.. Director ReeeenaMe Prteoo awLwi •eautlful OruiKaW



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nanA^MAY^ R.rnev ROM. fanu d "] annt 'i JKH former holder of two, ^n^onships in the prize ring., SRWmi a short visit this !ik end for the express purpose w ann-inni' at Jack Lakin s, J.K !" at Miami Field on Monday even,..*. May 8th. RS recently received a mcdi discharge from the armed SLl& "juries suffered in acS In ^tween personal apCAMP FOR GIRLS NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS Miss Dorothea L. Duhler and Miss Josephine Sond, directors of the Eagles Neat Camp for Girls, are now accepting reservations for the summer session. Comprising 50 acres, the Camp, located in Brevard, North Carolina, features a private lake for water activities, and the program will include dancing, dramatics, horseback riding, in addition to the usual camp activities. The local office is at lfi3 S. W. 11 In Avenue, phone 2-6423. +Jewish flcrldiktr) BAK.Nr.Y ROSS pearances for the United States fteasury in assisting bond sales, he is renewing his interest in his first lov—the manly art of selfdefense. Annans other awards, this young Jewish lad is the recipient of the silver star and the purple heart for gallantry under enemy fire. His outstanding exploit came one dark niuht at a lonely outpost on Guadalcanal. While guarding three wounded comrades Ross accounted for 22 Japs. Born Barnett Rackovsky in the slums of New York's lower East Side, Ross came up in the boxing game the hard way and won success only after surmounting many obstacles Both in his public and his private life, the exemplary conduct of this great warrior has caused him to be acclaimed as a model American of Jewish heritage. SENIOR HADASSAH TO HOLD MEETING MAY 8 The last regular meeting of the year of Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassnh will be held at 2 p m May 8th at the YM & WHA. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will be presented in a review of tin book, "Maxim Litvinoff," by Arthur Upham Pope, a dramatic story of an outstanding, international character against the historical background of the past twenty-five years. Election of officers on the following slate will feature the business meeting: Mrs. Harold Spaet. president; Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, Mrs. Harry Rattier, Mrs N. Douglas Raff, vice-presidents; Mrs. George J. Greenspan, recording secretary; Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Louis Heiman, financial secretary, and Mrs. Morris Aluert, treasurer. PAGE THREE A.I.C. TO HAVE ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS B'NAI B'RITH'S SPEAKER AT NATIONAL MEETING ELDERLY IEWISH LADY wants to share Kosher home or room with same or couple; permanent; reasonable. Before May i 15. Reply MRS LOUIS 1120 S. W. 22nd Avenue Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy, who beads the speakers for the inter-faith action session Of B'nai B'riih's national war service convi ntion at Carnegie Hall. New York, May 8th. Other speakers will oe mrs. Krankun D. Roosevelt and Henry Monsky. president of B'nai B'rith. The convention opens May 6th and continues until May 10th. Justice Murphy's address will be heard in Miami over radio station WIOD at 10.30 Monday evening. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. TTJGUST BROS.RVP Is the BEST.' NATHAN GINSBURG'S TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT "W3 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 a Thank You FELLOW CITIZENS Of Florida" "WITHOUT YOUR LOYAL AND SPIRITED SUPPORT WE COULD NOT HAVE WON A PLACE IN THE SECOND PRIMARY. STRENGTHENED BY NEW SUPPORTERS FROM ALL SIDES AND WITH YOUR CONTINUED HELP. AND THAT OF YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS. WE WILL WIN THE NOMINATION." MILLARD CALDWELL (THIJ I'ol. Adv.) The nominating committee of the women's division of the American Jewish Congress will preesnt their report on May 22, at the annual election meeting of the organization, to be held at 2 p. m.. at the YM & WHA at 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. The committee includes Mrs. Philip Salmon, chairman; Mrs. Moses Kreiger, Mrs. E. A. Woolfe, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Theodore Firestone, Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mrs. Sam Commander, Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Mrs. Arthur Theister. Mrs. Mav Mcisel. Mrs. Edith Weinstein. May 12th will be the last book review of tne "Friday Review Program" for this season. On May 26th, the American Jewish Congress and the Friday Reviewing committee will honor Mrs. I. M. Weinstein with a party. Mrs. Philip Salmon, chairman of the Friday Review, will \ be in charge of all arrangements. $ 15 .00 and up PER WEEK SINGLE Robert Thomas Mansion 1721 COLLINS AVE.. M. B. 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PAGE FOUR Jewlst> fJcrkiiaun FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1944 The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1944 IYAR 12, 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 18 RECOGNITION The recent Federation campaign with its outstanding results not only made history for Miami in marking another milestone of progress, but attained for this community the respect, admiration and recognition of the entire country Speaking lor itself is the release issued by the United Jewish Appeal from which we quote in part: "Completing a sensational campaign at a figure far over its record quota and fully 70% higher than the total raised in 1943, the Miami Jewish community emerged as the keynoter for the rest of the country in bringing the type of response that will provide the 332,000,000 needed by the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine to prevent the extermination of large numbers of Jews in Nazi-dominated lands. "A keen consciousness of the critical problems facing the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal —the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the National Refugee Service —influenced the Big Gifts group to make contributions equivalent to the 1944 quota of SI89,095." More need not be said. All we must realize is that we have established a precedent and set a goal for ourselves. This mark of achievement must be continually equalled and bettered as the years go by, not alone in a financial sense but in the broader sense that our giving and our activity stands for. OFFICERS INDUCTED BY N. C. I. W. ON TUESDAY Mrs. Lewis Brown, hospitality chairman of the Miami Section of the National Council of cwish Women for the past 12 years, will be installing officer at the Council installation luncheon scheduled for Tuesday, May 9th at 12:30 at Fassa's Morocco Restaurant, 1702 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. Recently elected officers will be installed, including Mrs. Nat L. Williams, president; Mrs. Morris Alpert, first vice-president; Mrs. David Phillips, second vicepresident; Mrs. Irving G. Kobley, third vice-president; Mrs. David Honoroff, financial secretary; Mrs. Stuart Gordon, assistant financial secretary; Mrs. Herman Wepman, recording secretary; Mrs. Al Green, corresponding secretary; Miss Edna Heller, treasurer; Mrs. Sam Luby, auditor; 3year board directors, Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Stanley Myers. Mrs. Sam Blank; board of directors, 1 year, Mrs. Jeanette Good. Arrangements for the affair are being made by Mrs. Morris Alpert, program chairman, and Mrs. Irving G. Kobley, who is taking reservations. Toastmistress will be Mrs. Barnett Cantor, former executive secretary of the Council, who will present a varied program. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will be guest speaker. Evelyn Raff, vocalist, and Miss Anyuta Melicov, accompanist, will participate. LECTURE COURSE HELD DURING TfflS MONTH Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, retired New York physician, now a resident of Miami Beach, will give a course of four lectures during the month of May on Saturdays at the Spinoza Forum, meeting under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th St. between Collins Avc. and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. This Saturday at 3 p. m. Dr. Sabshin will lecture on "The Heart." Herman Eager will continue to read original poems. MucMy eon4ldentUd -By PHINEAS J. BIRONFISH IN TROUBLED WATERS The accused seditionists on trial at Washington, who are attempting to transform their treason indictment into a spring, board for an anti-Semitic campaign, are only the small fry of the Fascist leadership in this country .... The big fish ar e scared to death lest they be brought in as character witnesses for the defendants .... One prominent Midwestern political figure got so hot and bothered about the prospects of a subpoena that he has left for Mexico for a visit of indeterminate length .... We wonder how columnist George E. Sokolsky feels about the approval Fascist-minded George E. Deatherage has given him .... Deatherage, a confirmed anti-Semite, recently described Sokolsky as "a Jew, but a fair one' Haj NEW YORK CELLIST IS VISITING MIAMI FOLKS THE SEDITION TRIAL The trial of the thirty alleged seditionists in Washington offers much food for thought, and a little amusement, for those who can see the comic side of tragic things. Here are thirty men accused of seeking to forward the Nazi interests in a betrayal of America at a time when the country is at war. But how do the defending attorneys conduct themselves? Do they seek to rationally answer the charges that have been brought against them? No. It is plain that they seek to befog the entire issue by the injection of a Jewish angle. They are seeking to inject a Jewish issue, hopeful that an appeal to prejudice may find response in some juror's mind. Thomas Paine long ago pointed out that it is one of the characteristics of the pickpocket and criminal to try to divert your attention to some other object. "Look over there," says the pickpocket, "see that man." When the unwary stranger looks over there it is, of course.easier to pick his pocket. The lawyers for the seditionists are trying the same tactics. Look over there at the Jews, they are saying to the jurors, seeking to divert the minds of the jurors from the doings of the defendants. To the juror who can go beneath the surface of things the very tricks of the defense lawyers must prove a boomerang. Such jurors may logically conclude that if those men really espouse the anti-Semitism for which Hitler has become so expert, they probably share also his other hopes of breaking down democracy. BITTER PILLS. Leonard Rose, now first cellist with the New York Philharmonic, is spending a ten-day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose, of 703 W. Flagler St. Many Miamians will remember Leonard as a child cello prodigy, when during his youth lie played at all of the major functions here. He has made guest appearances with the major symphony and philharmonic groups throughout the country, and on May 20th will appear on a national hook-up when the combined NBC Symphony and the New York Philharmonic will play under the direction of Arturo Toscannini for the American Red Cross. NOTED TENOR WILL BE FEATURED IN CONCERT Kin? Niesen, Yiddish and International tenor, will be piesented in two concerts, featuring Yiddish and Hebrew songs. Dates for the events have been set for May 4th. at the Miami Women's Club, and at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High school auditorium, on May 18th. Niesen is completing a tour of the south and has received enthusiastic reception in all of his his appearances. HARRY MARKOWITZ IS NEW MANSION HEAD The Robert Thomas Mansion, located at 1721 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, is now under Harrv Markowitz ownership and direction. The hotel, which has limited ts guest list to 55. is catering to local people desiring to vacation on the Beach. On the ocean front with 50,000 square feet of ground for the use of guests complete hotel privileges are available, together with the use of the private beach and chair ac.lit.es The hotel is mo


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1944 +Jmisti /fknafitr? PAGE FIVE face Facts Bv Alexander F. MM"! Honda R*Si al D ,rec,or ^.Defamation League director was privileged your diret t give n by al tC M22 of the AZA last Suncha pter322oii as ^ rf the d £j2Srt affairs we have ever pleasantesi wag ^ Q en) y a e nd the speeches short. We m l not: helP thinking as we *£, "around the room at the looked a vounu faces that our fu*5"?J the future of Israel s '^hands And AZA is realf^vS out .is function of fevSng'lcadership for tomor"SiU on the pleasant side—our JSnn we know too often deals •Hum matters-we are in iren. of a lovely letter from Dr. SSmL. Sachar who recently Kami Beach for his home in rhampaign. Dr. Sachars presSSTS this community during ST winter was a great asset. Kdc from his ability, his peranal charm and understanding headship helped tide your di^ or over some dark moments. Shades of Congressman DickThe man's energy is as boundless as it is amazing. For example after talking lrom 10 a. m. to 4 p m. at the Clergy Institute. one memorable Monday, Dr. Sachar had the strength to speak that same night before the Pioneer Women on Miami Beach, and his speech suffered not at all because of his day's trial. It is hardly necessary for this comer to pay tribute to one of the outstanding figures in our Jewish scene. Rather, let the tributes paid by four leaders of the Christian ministry at the conclusion of the Clergy Institute be the accolade. As if rehearsed, these four fine ministers,, each excellent orators in their own right, in turn rose, complimented Dr. Sachar. invited him to make Miami his permanent home and advised him that they were ever ready to open their own pulpits to him. No greater honor can any clergyman bestow. JEWS OF BUDAPEST TO BE PLACE D IN GHETTOS Zurich. (JTA) — The Jews of Budapest will shortly be segregated within a ghetto "to prevent Jews residing with non-Jews," it was announced this week by Laz-1 lo Endre, Under-Secretary of the Hungarian Ministry of the Interior who has been named Commissioner for Jewish Affairs. In a broadcast by the Budapest I radio, Endre is quoted as stating that all Jews in the Hungarian capital will be concentrated within a separate Jewish quarter." In the meantime certain houses will be reserved for occupancy only by Jews, while Jews will be barred from others. Meanwhile, leaders of the Jewish community in Budapest are faced with the problem of rehousing Jews who have been ousted from their apartments which have been taken over for Hungarian and Germans whose homes have been destroyed in Allied air raids. In an attempt to cope with this problem, the Central Jewish Council, the government-controlled body which was established to replace all other Jewish organizations, which have been dissolved, is placing two or more families in whatever apartmentes are available. ACTIVITIES AT BETH DAVID ANNOUNCED HAT A Beth David Congregational meeting will be held this Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at Beth David auditorium. On the agenda will be items of vital importance, and the president, Nat Zalka, urges every member to attend. Next Wednesday evening. May 10, the congregation and Sisterhood are sponsoring a Lag B'Omer dance and dedication of the succah. A fine program and refreshments, plus an appropriate dedicatory service will be presented together with dancing. All members and friends are urged to attend. Final exams for students of all classes of the Beth David Sunday school will take place this Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. M. B. MIZRACHI WILL OBSERVE LAG B'OMER (This column m conuucleU uy the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in cooperation with The Jewish Florid Ian as a community service. To Inform the community of your organization s activities and to avoid conflicts In dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for ••Community Calendar." Notification must reach Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week.) OFFICES IN MODERN BUILDING ftMy light, well ventilated; tel*m tUrator, Wash. Ave. and lilt?:, n.-.-u !.i:..<.ln Road. Reastutlt rental on lease. M.GILLER,Aat. I Wain. Ave., Phone 5-5875 60 CAMPS IN HUNGAAY RAPIDLY BEING FILLED Albert Lleberman, Philadelphia business man and leader In national and local philanthropic activities, was elected Chairman of the National Council of the Joint Distribution Committee at its recent 29th annual meeting. The J.D.C.'s National Council Includes 4,500 The Men's and Women's Division of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will observe the Lag B'Omer holiday with a fish dinner and entertainment Wednesday, May 10th from 6 p. m. to 8 p. m. at the Beth Jacob Community Building. A program of Russian music will be presented during the evening. The proceeds from the admission charge of CORDONFUNERAL 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 • ^VING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI • KCLUSIVELY JEWISH 24-HOUR AmbulancejServicc leaders of communities In the Unl-j $1.00 will be turned over to the Palestine Children's Village Fund. ted States and Canada. Istanbul, Turkey. (JTA— Sixty concentration camps in Hungary .established since the German occupation, are rapidly being filled with Jews, according to eye-witness accounts of travellers arriving here from Hungary. They confirm that deportations of Jews to Poland are proceeding. Deportations are confined at present to prominent Jewish industrialists, well known members \ of the Jewish community who have incurred the enemity of pro-1 Nazi Hungarians, and Jews active in anti-Nazi political parties. Other Jews arebeing sent to the j concentration camps, although it; is expected that they, too, will be i deported when transportation facilities are available. Among those arrested is Baron Alphone Weiss, a member of the upper house of the Hungarian Parliament. Lazlo Endre, who was appointed Commissioner for Jewish Affairs last week, is known as a pathological anti Semite, the travellers say. He has imposed restrictive measures upon the Jews which are more vicious than the usual German Nuremzerg laws. At present, he is concentrating on ousting Budapest Jews from their homes to make room for Hungarians and Germans bombed out by Allied air raids. OBITUARIES HARRY GLASS Harry Glass. 66, of 347 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, died Monday in a hospital. He came here three years ago from New York City, where the body was sent by Riverside Memorial chapel. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jennie Glass, Miami, one son and one daughter. Sunday, May 7th ••V Federation PlOliOS, YM & YW HA of Miami. ir,6T 8. W 5th St.. 8 p. m.; Heath "Y" picnic. Greynolda Park, 10 a. m.. Monday, May 8th HadasHah, Miami Chapter, regular meeting, 12 If.; Jewish Study Group, ageH 14 to IX. sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Kducatlon in cooperation with the Town Y. 1567 S W r.th St., 7:30 to 9:30 p in.. Hillel Advisory Council meeting, Federation office. 8:15 p. m. Tuesday. May 9th Council of Jewish Women, installation luncheon, Wofford Hotel. 12.30 p, in ; Sholem I>>dge U'nai H'rlth meeting. X:30 p. m.; Miami Beach Service I-eague, Beach Y. 1 Lincoln itoad, 2 p. m. Wedneiday, May 10th Heth David Sisterhood dedication dance, Betn David. 1SS N. w. 3rd Ave., 8 p. m.; Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692, executive commute., meeting. S::i0 p. m. Monday, May 15th Miami Beach Jewish Center 81sterhood, regular meeting, Miami Beach Jewish Center, 8 p. m.; Jewish study Group, ages 14 to 18. sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Kducation in eo|>eratlon with the Town Y. 1587 S. W 5th St.. 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. MIAMI BEACH CENTER CARDIAC HOME WILL ENDS ADULT SERIES NAME LEADERS MAY 10 Concluding with the Spring Adult Education Series on Zionism, the Miami Beach Jewish Center will gather on Wednesday evening, May 10th at the Center for a Lag B'Omer celeDade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home marks another successful year in their history by issuing invitations for their fifth annual installation of officers. The event will MRS. JENNIE LINCOLN Mrs. Jennie Lincoln, 66. died at her home. 150 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. She came here eight years ago from the Bronx, N. Y. Surviving are four daughters. Mrs. Phil Somberg. Mrs. Ann Kluger, both of Miami; and Mrs. Leona Leshen, Lawrence. L. I.; Mrs. Bertha Girden. New York City; three sons and 14 grandchildren. Services were held Sunday in the Palmer Funeral home, with burial in Woodlawn Park. AUXILIARY TO HOLD DESSERT CARD PARTY A dessert card party has been scheduled by the B'nai B'rith Women's Auxiliary for May 23rd. The affair will take place at the home of Mrs. Sam Blank, DiLido island. TtjGUST BROS RV£ ** Is the BEST.' HARRY LINET Harry Linet, 42, of 1239 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, died in a hospital Sunday. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Bertha Linet; one daughter, Felice, and a son, Jerome, all of Miami Beach, and two sisters. The body was sent to New York City by Riverside Memorial Chapel. MORRIS SHUMER Morris Shumer. 67, 1401 N. W. i N. River Drive, a retired business man who came to Miami 19 years ago from Akron, O.. died Saturday morning in a local hospital. He was a member of the International Workers Order, Lodge 192, Miami. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Sophie Shumer; a son, Oscar, and one daughter, Mrs. Rose Zoller, all of Miami. Services were held Monday in the Palmer Funeral Home chapfel. InttV-ment. followed in Mount Sinai cemetery. BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Beet GENERAL. PAINTING CLEAN WORK DONK BY BEST MKCIIANICS FRETS ESTIMATES NO JOB TOO URGE OR TOO SMALL J. D. GILHREATH PAINT CONTRACTOR PH. 8-0070: If no answer. 2-5105 *fc From Pre* ong~ for REST CONVALESCENCt CHRONICCASES 'Sun-RdyPark Health Resort IIS.. 10-COUST UOBIC* DAVID BLOCK David Webster Block, 56. 245 N. E. 61st St.. died suddenly Friday at his home. A silk salesman, he came to Miami six years ago. He is survived by his wife, Kate Funeral services were conducted at the Palmer Funeral Chapel, Sunday. April 30th. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman in charge. Interment followed in Mt. Sinai. RECEPTION IS BEING TENDERED RABBI APRIL A reception, by invitation only, is being tendered to Rabbi Sim6n April, spiritual leader of Congregation Schaarei Zedek. on the occasion of his birthday next Sunday evening, May 7th, at the synagogue. The Ladies Auxiliary of the congregation is host. SUNDAY BREAKFASTS CONTINUE AT CENTER The weekly Sunday morning breakfast and service for the A. Z.A. and Bar Mitzvah group of the Miami Beach Jewish Center is being continued every Sunday morning throughout the summer. Hosts last week were Mr. and Mrs. J. Osheroff in honor of the birthday of their son, Leo. Keep on buying War Bonds. bration. Members of the Miami' take place on Wednesday. May Beach Zionist District will participate. A symposium on "Current Zionism" will be staged with Shepard Broad, Dr. M. A. Lipkind Philip Salmon and Rabbi Irving Lehrman taking part. A musical program will be heard followed by a social hour when refreshments will be served. Participating in previous sessions of the series were Mrs. Irving Lehrman and A. P. Cannes. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. 10th, 1:30 p. m. at the YM & W HA, 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. The affair will be graced by the popular mistress of song. Miss Ann Lester, who will entertain for "Cardiac." Mrs. Camille Baum will act as installing officer. The invocation will be given by the Chapter's chaplain, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Mrs. Oscar Adler, hospitality chairman, and her committee, will serve refreshments. Keep on buying War Bonds. -,'%  %  %  • %  -•• %  • 2 %  -. %  •.. I:--..-.' .••:• •• %  %  ",' %  •,. % %  •. %  POST TIME 8 P. M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY *DOUBLE ?ND AND 3RD RACES QUINIELAS EVERY RACE ADMISSION ... 25c No Mlnon Admitted to MM fcrwr and H. t 2nd Aymm or but *o. 11 to 107* Stoat rdNLW I —I or Ope-Ucao bui out N. 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K • • PAGE SIX vjewlstncridiari FRIDAY, MA Y 5. 1944 JEWISH PHUT PRESENT IM JUST PUBLISHED Authentic facts on Jewish participation in this war, as complete as it is possible to issue at this juncture in the war. are available today in book form, "Fighting lor America," an account of Jewish men in the armed forces from Pearl Harbor to the Italian campaign, published this week by the National Jewish Welfare Board. Answering the "whispered lie and the outspoken statement based on so called "facts,' circu| lated to create schisms among, us," the book reveals incontrovertiblv that Americana of Jewish faith are not only fully represented in this war but that "thousands have performed great and heroic deeds for American victory." "Fighting for America" contains a revealing chapter on statistics and surveys, reports on j percentages of refugees in B6Ti vice, discusses the distribution of | Jews in various branches of the armed services, including a sec, tion on the medical corps. Another section of the book is de-1 voted to 10 first-hand accounts of battle action by topflight heroes of Jewish faith, among them Sgt. Barney Ross, Lt. Morton Sher. Lt. Comdr. Samuel Isquith. and Capt. Hairy Schieiber. The last pages of -Fighting for America" are devoted to an impressive listing of some 2500, heroes of Jewish Caith, hundreds of whom have been killed in acj tion. others wounded, and others j awarded medals and citations! for valor under fire "above and beyond the call of duty." Accompanying the name of each hero is a brief notation of his exploits. PROCLAIM MAY DAY AS CHm>HEJU.THPAY Both Governor Spcssard L. Holland and President Roosevelt have proclaimed May Day as Child Health Day and urge that the entire month be devoted to action for the improvement of conditions affecting children and young people. ^ For years, by resolution of | Congress and Presidential pro( clamation, adults have put on, Child Health Day campaigns to improve the health of young people. But this year it is youth's turn to say what shall be done to protect health in homes and communities, according to Dr. Lucille J. Marsh director. Maternal and Child Health Bureau. State Board of Health. OF em IS APPROVED BY SUB' DECORATE EHRENBURG WITH ORDER OF LENIN Moscow CWNS)—Ilya Ehi enburg, the Russian Jewish writer and journalist whose descriptions of the inhumanities perpetrated by the Nazi barbarians were a tremendous factor in arousing the fighting spirit of the Sovu 1 soldiers and masses, was decorated this week with the "Order of Lenin," one ol the highest | awards in the Soviet Union. Ilya Ehrenburg is one of the leaders of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee here. He is the author of several novels which made him famous throughout the world. For many years he lived in Paris, where he was considered one of the outstanding literary men of this generation. During the war he became a war correspondent, wilting thousands of inspiring articles firing the hearts and souls of the Soviet peoples with a burning hate for the Fascist cannibals and with a profound love for their mother country. ORGANIZATION PLANS MADE BY_PUBLISHERS Indianapolis (WNS)—The Anglo-Jewish Publishers Association, which met here last week in a two-day session, concluded its first annual convention with the appointment of a steering committee to organize the machinery for the organization. Aside from organization problems and business matters, the convention discussed the question of ethics in journalism and the problem of maintaining the high standard of the Anglo-Jewish press At its concluding session the association adopted resolutions pledging its support to President Roosevelt and the Allied war effort and protesting against the White Paper banning Jewish immigration to Palestine. It aslo adopted a resolution, to be transmitted to the Polish Government-in-exile through its embassy in Washington, protesting against the prevalence of antiSemitism in the Polish army. Among the speakers addressing the convention were: Ernest Cohen, president of the Indianapolis Jewish Federation; Robert Segal, of the National Community Relations Advisory Council; Bjris Similar, editor of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency; Dr. Joseph G. Bun. ol Boston; Philip Slomovitz of Detroit; Leon Frisch of Minneapolis; Gabriel Cohen, of Indianapolis. and Stephen Schiffer. of Atlanta. Bernard Postal, publicity director ol B'nai B'rith. announced that an annual trophy would be given to the Anglo-Jewish publication adjudged as best serving its community during the year. Chicago-The blueprint for the creation of a national organization of B'naj B'rith Girto.to be patterned alter B'nai B nth s organization • for teen age boys, the Aleph Zad.k Aleph, was approved here last week at a national conference of leaden 01 the District councils of B 11,11 B'rith Girls. presidents and chairmen of B'nai B nth Girls activities of the Women s Grand Lodge and 'officials ol the Women's Supreme Council, uiulei whose auspices the meeting was held. The B'nai B'rith Girls organization, when finally established on a national level, will become pan of a new nationwide B nai B'rith youth organization to be governed by a B nai B nth Youth Commission, which will supervise the activities of Aleph Zadik Aleph and the B'nai B nth Girls. The new youth commission is to be created at the forthcoming national B'nai B'rith convention which will have before it the recommendations on this matter from the Supreme Advisory Council of AZA. the Women* Supreme Council of B nai B'rith. the B'nai B'rith Executive Committee and the conference of B'nai B'rith Women and Girls leaders. Under the program adopted here for submission to the B nai B'rith Youth Commission, the B'nai B'rith Girls, which now has over 12,000 members in more than 200 chapters throughout the country, will become a national organization with a program following the general lines and objectives of AZA but adapt( d tO the needs and interests of girls. Membership in the B'nai B'rith Girls will be open to girls of high school age. There will also be another division to be known as the B'nai B'rith Young Women, for girls out of high school who are not more than 25 years old. PHI EPSILON" PHI HAS INSTALLATION FOR SIX Installation services were held May 1 for the six new members of the Phi Epsilon Phi sorority at the home of Miss Eleanor Frey 5181 LaGorce Drive, president'of the organization. New members were Ruth Adelson, Geraldine and Shirley Dietz, Illene and Vivian Schaeffer. and Lenore Shugar. Keep tke^n in Uom MEDICINE CABINET A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. Buy War Stamps and Bond? NOW and give our men in the armed forces Vzr!^/£.2 A,,,,1 rant rfJka-Sdtra TTT Alka-Saltiar for Hr.d.rl,,. "Mornina After" AeMs* MUHIM. AeJd Indication. rieaaant. prompt, effective. &f and t, ONEQDAY VITAMI N SX TAB LETS x.iid navie with the Clerk nt S*\ Circuit Court of Dade Countv v.J?' LEONARD w ; %  IRA LEVY '' r r I MAX lt. SILVER Attorney for Appll.n 4/14-21-28 5/5-12 cants High Vitamin potency at low ONE-A-DAY Vitamin Tablet*. A and I) Ublete in the yellow box—B-Complex tablets in the grey box. ^^^ ^ OK. 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I.UVI.KR NOTICE TO CREDITORS'** To All Creditors ami AM I'erv.n.1 vsftLSX?* ,r """ i A ^ You, and each of you, are hrreh.l notified and required to present 17,\ claims and demands which yon f you. may have affalnat'nil chtate of Mary Uiwler, also known I Mary I,awlor and Mary A LawWl deceased late of Bronx County S'.w I York, to the Horn \\\ r fflantatl County Jud K Of Dade County and file the same In his office In th.l County Courthouse in Dad* Coontvl Florida, within el K ht calendar month,! from the date .if the firM publication! hereof. Salil claims or doiiuiniin till contain the local address of th.<-uim-1 ant and to be sworn to ^. n,i ,, r „.,,,„< I as aforesaid, or same will be barred I See Section 120 of the |933 lToUn.1 A''t. Date Aiirll 7. A D. !!MI MAX R. SILVER Ancillary Administrator C. T A of the Estate of Mary IAWISI A/K'A Mary Lawlor ami Mar'v A. I


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vJknistflurMdlktgi PAG2 SEYIM GREATEBIjaAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation i Welfare Board Help Us Keep %  Record of Our Men in Serrice lesse Weiss, well known MftSi restaurateur, has T-S, restaurateur, has Mia" 11 -„„.IA as post chemical ** aSS 'ffTcvr at Chanutc field. warfare ll w iss wa s commasSERVICE PARADE! m. •£ Capt. "7„ i94 2 •n^arstf as 5 son of ,q/o s W. 6th St.. was Kahn. '*" : %  r( c ,. n t gradua^rei* the AAF adSJSSHs f ly,ng schocl p,. Louis Schwartz, jr.. of L H W 38th St., has been 102 Jed the Sharpshooter's 2dfor high qualification St the Army's .30 caliber car?2 at Drew Field. Tampa. SL he to stationed in the Airff Warning Unit Training Center. Lt Norman G. Schwari. son ArSdUn. WD. Schwraz. ,f N Meridian Ave.. Miami S!* has been promoted to the SS of first lieutenant, at HuntsSS Arsenal. AU Lt. Schwarz XpaduaU' of the Univershy Miami and has done graduate work at both the University of Honda and at Duke University L North Carolina. He is asanied to the chemical warfare service branch of the army service forces. Wounded three times on duty with a Fifth Army medical battalion Capt. Bert W. Marks, son of Mr and Mrs. Morns Marks. 900 16th St. Miami Beach. writes from a rest camp that he is 'getting along all right." His mother, who has received his Order of the Purple Heart for safekeeping, said iie seems to be in good spirits. His last wound was suffered at Cassino in January. Capt Marks had just completed his mtcrneship at New | Orleans when he enlisted in the Army. He has been overseas 14 months. A brother.Staff Sgt. Ella M. Marks, is in the Army finance •ffice in England, and another brother, Staff Sgt. Charles A. Harks, is stationed at Austin. Tex., doing AAF intelligence work. # POSTHUMOUS AWARDS INCLUDE A MIAMI BOY A Miami merchant seaman who lost his life in combat with the enemy will be honored posthumously during observation of Maritime week, beginning May 22, Lt. Frank Dwinnell. officer in charge of the Maritime Service's intelligence unit for the Gulf Coast area, announced. To be honored is Melvin Herbert Bloomberg, who lived at 561 W. Flagler St., and whose father, George W. Bloomberg, will receive the medal. The awards will be made either at Jacksonville or Tampa. Promotion of Frank Edward Solomon. 1066 N. W. First St.. from second lieutenant to first lieutenant was announced by the war department. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICC GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIQ, Vica-Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac. Executive Committee Mra. Max Dobrin. Ben B. Goldman, Maunice Grossman. Louig Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry Koven, Harry Markowltz. Alexander F. M


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* I PAGE OGHT vJewtstncrkUair) £RIDAY. MAY 5. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG I am sitting here wondering why it is that every time the deadline approaches on this column that I am always at a loss to know what to report. Usually I have several items which cannot escape notice due to the fact that they hit me in the face as I go about my daily chores. I have long abandoned any hope that any of you brothers would ever call in with any items of news or events. The task of keeping a membership of more than a thousand members enlightened as to the functioning of each department is a simple one, especially when all of the committee chairmen and members find an insatiable pleasure in reporting the news. I could probably fill this entire column today complaining about you "fellas." but F am sure that my complaints would fall upon deaf oars and may be a source ol more interesting reading than reporting facts. Maybe it would be a good idea me that the column has to be prepared. There are always a few items that I can do at first to avoid dictating these masterpieces which I usually do until approximately 10 minutes before noon. Then I experience a feeling which may be analogous to labor pains; coming to the sudden realization that the column must be prepared. I buzz the girl and in a state of almost hysteria, we start dictating. After the introductory paragraph, 1 am usually groveling on the floor frothing at the mouth and hoping that the whole darn newspaper would burn down. Then in desperation I call Milton Friedman and say, "What's for the column?" Milton has a delightful habit of accumulating a mass of statistics in his head dealing with meetings, dates, plans, and other data which must be as boring to you a.-;-.it is to me. If during the dictation a thought comes to me. and sometimes one does. I begin to Your viscera settles back that you may .,„ ......^ a^mu'SficeUI BSSFTtft intoPl future, the remuneration for which I am prohibited to disclose because it would certainly raise me from one bracket to another (junior grade) then follow these excruciating paragraphs: surge of pleasure permeates your entire being, and you settle back into your chair with the feeling that it isn't really difficult, if you make up your mind and not procrastinate. If and of the "boys* 1 are around, they usually This column must be ready tor .,,/„,.„.,, V(IU very gingerly and publication before noon on_Wed^ y()U )y each arm and k ad nesday of each week. you away calmly, and when you Fred Shochet, who is our puby relea ^ ed „ is about time for lisher, finds himself saying, ev, R ,. ()lumn ery week. To Heil with him. we just won't put the column in this So, dear readers, I see the boys week." and lo. and behold, by j coming. the grace of God and little Bca j P. S. On the distalf side: Just in the B'nai B'rith office, the col-' received a call from Mrs. Benjaumn gets there just in time. But' min Landau, who informs me do not let me get ahead of mythat for the Auxiliary Ida Optner self. On Wednesday morning, I is acting as War Service Chairwalk into my office and read all man. Pursuant lo Mrs. Optner's of my correspondence and anduties she has mailed to each j swer him. After that. I pick up; member of the Auxiliary a card i the daily legal reports and im-1 asking for a report on War Ser-, press myseli by understanding vice activities. Out of the entire what all of the hieroglyphics membership she has received five j mean. Then my secretary informs responses. The Auxiliary con^^^^^'""_,/./-//" %  nrttftfi II ,/XDVANTAGES J 1KVIIG FEIIERU MORTGAGE V • LOW RATES EASY PAYMENTS LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Your LOCAL/FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER $8,500,000 AE MU1 vention will be held next month and it is urgent that your president have a complete report on War Service activities. It is impossible to prepare this report unless each member sends inmr card immediately. If y u nave lost your card you may call icia and receive another without delay. The important thing IS that you immediately fill out the card and sdnd it in at once. Also on the distaff, the ladies are having a dessert card party on May 23rd at the home of Mrs. Sam Blank on DiLido Island. i Furthe r details next week In Thelynagopes Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end announced by the Greater Miami area arc as follows. Beth David: Friday evening services at 7:15. Saturday morning at 8:30. Junior • services at 10:30 p. m. at which time Kaiim Max Shapiro will expound t.ie Portion of Law. Beth Jacob: Friday evening services at 7:15. Beginning this Saturday there will be one Saturday morning service only beginning at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff's topic for discussion will be "What is Holiness.' Cantor Maurice Mamchcs will chant the services. Mincha services at 7:15 at which time Rabni Mescheloff will discourse on "Pirke Avoth." Minyonanc services will be conducted Sunday morning J-t 9:15 followed by a Sisterhood communal breakfast. The discussion will be under the leadership of Martin Genet. Miami Beach Jewish Center: Kabblos Shabbos Friday evening at 7:15. Saturday morning at 10 o'clock Rabbi Irving Lehrman will discuss "Wasted Energies." Cantor Louis Hayinan will chant the services. During these services the bar mitzvahs of Arnold, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Carter; Howard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cohen; and Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ehrlich will be held. Junior services at 10 a. m. and Shalosh Seudos services at 7:15 p. m. Schaarei Zedek: Kabbolos Shabbos Friday evening at 7:15. Because of the bar mitzvah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Cohen, there will be combined senior and junior services Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. The bah mitzvah will address the Congregation and Rabbi Simon April will respond. Refreshments will be served immediately after the services. At 6 p. m. the "Study of Ethics" conducted by Rabbi April, to be followed by Shalosh Seudos and Mincha and Mariv services. Sunday school Sunday at 10 a. m. Temple Israel: Services will be conducted Friday evening at 8:15. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will discuss "How Can We Find Happiness 0 '" Saturday morning at 10:30 the bar mitzvah of Norman, jr., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rossman, will be observed at the Temple. Reception will follow after the services to which all members of the congregation and friends are cordially invited. Betn Sholom Center: Services scheduled for Friday evening at 7:15. Saturday morning at 9:30. Cantor Abraham Friedman will chant the services. On Sabbath morning Kiddish will be said after services. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation: Services are scheduled for Friday at 7:15 p. m. and Saturday at 9 a. m. and 7:15 p. m Daily services at 8:30 a m, and 7:25 p. m. NOTES OF Y. M. H. A. -bySAM SILVER I'll let you in on a little secret. In view ot the fact my partnerHarry Dietz, Esq., has been ill for a ffw weeks. I have been Dressed for time at the office. As a result of this. I called upon our most cooperative director. Maurice Grossman to ghostwrite the column for me last week. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did Thanks a million. Maurice. "Closed Shop" Harry Gerstein, chairman of the Y Forum, has announced that the "Closed Shop" question will be discussed by the group or. Wednesday evening, May 10th at 8:30 p. m. at the Y. Representatives of both capital and labor have been invited to attend arid participate in the discussion. Mr. Gerstein invites everyone to attend. Health Inspection The Board of Health conducted a secret inspection of the Y premises within the past few days. The inspector checked everything in and about the buildings and grounds without disclosing his identity. When the inspection was completed, he reported that everything was in a healthful and sanitary condition at the Y and that it was a fine place to house and train young people. I consider that a feather in the cap of our director. Maurice Grossman. Campers' Institute Mr. Grossman has started a Campers' Institute for all who desire to serve as counselors at the home camp this summer. Incidentally, the home camp opens June 12th, and you will receive the details regarding the plans for this summer in the Y bulletin which will come out shortly. By the way, speaking of the Y Bulletin, reminds me of the fact that Les Lasky is doing a swell job as editor of that publication. Planning Committee I had hopes of knowing by this time just what the plans 0 f tk planning committee would Z i the erection ot a community^ ter after the war. There I been quite a good deal of rL u sion regarding this and thcrR; been much discussion about th plans being made. When m the community, expect a renon trom the planning committee' n we don t start a definite course of procedure within the v v very near future, I am a fr,j we'll "miss the boat.' V& Chairman Sam Blank will X "on the ball" soon and i et K ., have a report. It is vitally necessary to the welfare of this A ish community to have a m„ dern community center with facilities which are lacking here at th! present time. Federation Frolics Sunday evening, May 7th. the Federation Frolics will be held at the Y. This affair will be he d by anal for the youth groups of Greater Miami and its primary object is to educate the yotine people to their responsibilities of giving to charity and helping their fellow man. I hope all teen-agers will be there not only for the purpose of being enlightened but for the purpose of enjoying the pleasant program which will be held Keep on buying War Bonds. When You Think of Real Eitali Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Ro.ul Phone 5-6479 Dependable, Conscientious Service MEDIUM READER WHO TELLS YOU WHAT YOU WISH TO KNOW I'loHtwl Wednesday. Hours 10 lo I 18 reading, |I. Ride bua it I., end of line, walk I block' •rest, or ride bus 12 to door. Phone 7-438S for appointment. 901 N. W. 79th STREET Home DRINK PLENTY OF C/Tripure Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME S-GALL0N BOTTLE S Oe CASE OF SIX s TABLE BOTTLES 1 5c Pluj Bortlf Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 EAGLE'S NEST CAMP BREVARD. NORTH CAROLINA for MIAMI GIRLS. 6 to 16 Miami Supervisors Call Mm Dubler or Mm Sond, Directors, 26423 MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION At Close of Business. April 13. 1944 Comptroller's Call RESOURCES S 4.894.906.17 Cash on Hand and Due from Banks United States Government Securities Municipal Bonds Railroad Bonds Stock of Federal Reserve Bank Loans and Discounts F. H. A. Insured Mortgages First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets Overdrafts 13.121.650.03 118.000.00 550.00 $18,135,106.20 15.000.00 $ 2.530.253.52 5.639.76 31.980.76 2.567.874.04 39.240.01 10.543.34 668.5S 50.451.34 REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH J 0,. W M .UrTC4..HWnDKT **"•" IftfOlMH 7/t/////#/m m m t Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Atk for my free 1944 Informative Map cf Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor ettLh£?2r t && Real E ,a,, Servi Ph.: 5-5868 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits and Reserves Deposits — $20,768,432.13 100.000.00 400.000.00 151.263.57 651.263.57 20.117.16861 $20,768,432.18 OFFICERS JUDSON L. OWEN President MARCIE LIBERMAN BENJAMIN N. KANE vice President vice President TOW. MERCER GUY W. ELLIS vice President vice President R. W. POLLARD D B. HUDSON Asst. Cashier Asst. Cashier S. W. CURRY Cashier


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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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May 5, 1944

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
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ihJIi^wiislbJEIIiDiriidliiaun
VOLUME
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 5. 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
DADE RED CROSS HAS
FINAL REPORT MEET
Final report meeting of the
1944 Dade County Red Cross
fcWar Fund campaign turned into
a victory celebration Monday
night when H. H. Hyman. drive
chairman, announced that the
$464,000 goal had been exceeded
bv $38,457, making a total of
$502,457 for the two-month drive.
I of Tallahas- "Not only have we raised 103
Millara ^"' ;,,, first Dlace P<"r cent of our quota, Hyman
* wh m Irs race Wednes- tad. "but 98 per cent is in cash.
UK governor i rww Furthermore, 1 expect that when
da, and Robe tAkx.s Green ot ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
SS tX for a three-week DOUt $515,000."
So leading to the decisive
second primary May U.
Sen Claud.' Pepper received
, majority of votes as the state
rnunt neared completion and
clinched a first primary victory
and a second tull six-year term.
In other state-wide races At-
torney General J. Tom Watson.
XptrolUr J. M Lee State
School Superintendent Colin
English and Railroad Commis-
sioner W. B. -Babe" Douglas all
retained office with ease.
Miami's traffic cop," Jimmy
Sullivan, upset all forecasts in
Tuesday's primaly by rolling up
a total of 21 201 votes to lead a
field of five candidates in the
race for sheriff of Dade county.
Sullivan will be opposed by
R. B. Chastain. first district con-
stable, in the second Democratic
primary May 23.
U. S. Rep. Pat Cannon was
renominated in the first primary
by a substantial vote.
Val C. Geary easily won the
Democratic nomination for the
new Miami Beach county com-
missioner's post.
George S. Okell and C. W.
Peters. Miami attorneys, were
assured of seats as Dade dele-
Rales to the Florida house of
Nsmentativt -. while Troy C.
Dav;>, Miami attorney, and
fchard D. (Chubby) Oelkers. jr v.r\*ST\lLV MIV 1 FlATF
Miami business man, will be op- MONDAY MAY 15 DA it
ponents for group 2 seat in the | fQR U. M. EXPANSION
second primary.
J lly 1 VHILL ul entertain president
host's hit id to
L
The Freda Markowitz Post of
Minnie Kline, president of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Freda
Markowitz Post. Jewish War
Veterans, will entertain Mrs.
Jessie C. Gnesain, president of
the National Ladies Auxiliary
upon her arrival, together with
the officers of the local organi-
zation, at her home next Monday
evening. A luncheon in her hon-
Washington,
C. B'nai
the Jewish War Veterans will be or- tendered by the loca aux.l- Briths t.,.ntury-old goal of na-
hOSta to their National Command-
er, Archie H. Greenberg. when
he arrives here lor a visit Wed-
nesday, May 10th. He will be
iaiy. win take place at the Ur" n(',rVai" unVtv through interfaith
mey Hotel next Tuesday. Reser-1 ac(ion wj|1 j^ dramatically sym-
Presenting a new innovation in
the organizational life of this
community, plans are now being
formulated for an all-day ses-
sion of a "Community Assem-
bly."
Set lor June 4U) at the Miami
Women's Club ali Jewish Social
Service Agencies in the area will
give presentations cf their activi-
ties, and reports on the work
rendered to the community by
them. The annual meeting of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration will close the elaborate
agenda.
Arrangements are being made
for luncheon and dinner so that
those attending may spend the
entire day in hearing a review
of these activities. The com-
plete program will be announced
shortly.
vations can be made by calling
Ida Cohen, 2-2193, or Betty Al-
pert, 2-6804.
bolized during B'nai B'rith's na-
tional war service centennial
convention in New York City
when a trio of American leaders
whose lives and daily works sym.
bolize interfaith service, headed
by Supreme Court Justice Frank.
Murphy, outstanding Catholic
layman and chairman of the Na-
tional Committee Against Nazi
Persecution and Extermination of
the Jews, will address the con-
' vention's climatic interfaith
session at Carnegie Hall on Mon-
day evening, May 8.
I Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt,
More than four hundred M. gg^dy of^land. and Henry
T PRESENT IT
[ MEETIHG
LIST WHIT HE
attendance at the memorial
meeting last Monday, when the
Greater Miami community com-
memorated the Yahrzeit of the
Warsaw Gretto slaughter.
Zionist groups of Greater Mi-
ami participated, with Harry Si-
monhoff, president of the Miami
District, serving as chairman.
B'rith, will be the other mem-
bers of the interfaith trio. Mrs.
Roosevelt will read a message
to the convention from President
Roosevelt President Monsky,
who will preside, will deliver an
address and introduce Justice
Murphy. Justice Murphy's ad-
dress will be broadcast in New
Peace Justice Henry L. Op-
penborn easily won re-nomina-
tion for the first district.
Kenneth Oka led in the fifth
justice of the peace district
(Miami Beach) race, with a total
of 1.738 votes. He had a field
of six candidates, and will face
a run-off with Park (Buck) Grun-
dy. who received 938.
In the first district constable's
race. W. M (Newt) Hudson led
the ticket He will face a run-off
ith T. L. Ad kins.
Tom Wood, second district con-
fable, retained his seat. Frank
frwm received 1,170 for the
fourth district constable's seat.
Harry S. Hin^ins received 1,792
votes for the fifth district con-
stables post to 1,180 received by
Jim Hickland.
One district office was in
floubt Wednesday even after fin-
j* returns had been tabulated,
s ttie official canvass showed R.
^ Terry leading E. L. Allsworth
y a slim 31-vote margin for the
Strict 4 school board seat.
jo elect directors
AT I. W. B. MEETING
pWing, May llth, at Beth David
Monday, May 15, collection of
cash will begin for expansion of
the University of Miami at Coral
Gables. Dr. B. F. Ashe, presi-
dent of the university, and Bruno
Weil, chairman of the executive
committee, announced the new
date. The movement, sponsored
by the Miami Beach Board of
Realtors, seeks to raise $1,040,000
within 60 days.
"Make it plain to the public,"
said Chairman Weil, "that all this
money goes for enlargement of
the university and has nothing to
do with current expenses or obli-
gations."
Greater Miami architects nave
agreed to submit plans for the
proposed buildings.
ANTI-SEMITISrvTfOPLAY
PART IN SEDITION TRIAL
Washington An indication
that the question of anti-Semi-
tism will occupy an important
place in the trial here of thirty
alleged seditionists was seen in
the defense's questioning of pros-
pective jurors.
j Prior to questioning of the jury
The Jewish Welfare n Panel- attorney Ira Chase Koehne,
J^Ma ..sbannua.lfmeCetiSgrand i ^"KS^edXtVcoS
cause one of the partners in the
met by Mayor Leonard Thom-
son, Major John Bills of the Na-
tional Guard, and the Command-
er of the American Legion Har-
vey Seeds Post, and an escort of
honor of the local post. Thurs-
day evening an invitation dinner
will be given in his honor at the
Urmey Hotel. The guest list in-
cludes prominent officials of the
community and Commander
Greenberg will deliver a timely
message of importance to the
gathering. Prior to the dinner
he will make a tour of the gov-
ernment hospitals in this area
accompanied by Abe S. Goldman,
commander of the local post
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements for the occasion in-
cludes J. A. Richter, honorary
chairman; Judge Louie Bandell
vice-chairman; Harry Simonholi
and Alexander F. Miller.
Greenbecg has a long and cred-
itable service record, totalling
twenty-one months of overseas
service in World War I. Serving
as regimental supply sergeant of
the ammunition train of the Sec-
ond Division, he was engaged in
every battle from Chauteau
Thierry to the Argonne. He was
seriously disabled, losing the
sight of one eye and serious im-
pairment of the other.
Immediately upon his dis-
charge from service, he became
extremely active in veteran or-
ganizations. He is a Past Com-
mander of Alfred Wilson Post,
and a Past Distiict Commander
of Kings County of the Ameri-
can Legion. He is a member of
the Disabled American Veterans
In the Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, he has held
the offices of Commander of
Parkway Post No. 61. Command-
er of Kings County State Com-
mander and National Vice Com-
,nder. besides many intermedi-
Taking part in the program York City from 9:30 to 10 p. m.,
were. Harry Simonhoff, chair- Eastern War Time, over station
man; Rabbi Simon April, Rabbi WMCA. and will also be heard
Jacob Tarshish, Rev. Jacob J.I at approximately the sa.'.e time
Simonhoff, Rabbi Irving Lehr- throughout the United States by
man, Cantor Abraham Friedman.' means of recordings on other sta-
Rabbi Moses Mescbeloff. and turns in every major community
Prof. Edward Clarke. in Florida the address will be
A resolution was adopted by heard at Jacksonville, WJAX,
the gathering, citing the com- 10:30 p. m.; Miami, WIOD, 10:30
memoration as the occasion upon p. m.; Pensacola, WCOA, 10:30
which energy and action would p m.; Tallahassee, WTAL, 5:30
be expended to assist in opening p. m.
the doors of Palestine to those
oppressed. The resolution will
be forwarded to pioper officials.
BEACH LEGION POST
NAMES NEW OFFICERS
The convention will officially
open on Saturday evening. May
6 at the Hotel New Yorker,
where all sessions except the
Carnegie Hall meeting, will be
held.
CHAPLAIN KRAFT NOW
ASSIGNED TO BEACH
Drior ir. ii. -->ueei. m
KttpmfS.ttai- ^immm
oKhjndks~rabbi
f* WAY TONEW YORK
Dute^ iJu Curdoz. of Curacao,
iMiami th? Pasw?d through
York tu Wl,'k ''"route to New
We can. 'S, makin8 the trip to
r* JewktT some matters for
hie of ih community there,
Kisphere est ta the Western
highest vote among 38 delegates
.23 thn American Jewish
Miami Beach American Legion
post 85 held its annual election
Tuesday evening with the follow, j
ing results: Commander, Dr. i Flrst Lieutenant Saul Kraft of
Maurice Klein; 1st vice-corn- Boston. Mass., has been assigned
mander. Roldan Evans; 2nd vice- to lhe Army Air Forces Redis-
commander. John C. Osterberg;
finance officer, Louis Auerbach;
historian, H. H. Glasser; chap-
lain, Arthur Treister; sergeant-
at-arms, El Platkin.
This election made Dr. Mau-
rice Klein commander for the
second time. The executive com-
mittee named is composed of
Harry Danziger, Hy Berkman.
Archie Brick, Mike Schwartz,
and Judson Owens, jr.
tribution Station No. 2, Miami
Beach, to serve as a chaplain to
members of the service of the
Jewish faith. Chaplain Kraft
served for three months in the
Middle East, prior to his assign-
ment here.
RUMANIAN JEWS WILL
WEAR YELLOW BADGES
DADE SCHOOLS
Bern. (JTA) The introduc-
WILL tion { yeUw badges for Jews
ktt* Mtmv OTTCCTBMQ in Rumania proper along the
AID Ntt.L>I ItUoomna same lines as in the provinces of
--------- Bessarabia and Bukovina is de-
Clothes needed by Russian manded in German newspapers
war victims, especially shoes, for reaching here from Bucharest,
which there is a desperate need. Thp ncwspapers point out that
will be collected by schools in
now, when the Russian armies
Dade county during a "i?? Iare Derating on Rumanian soil,
starting Monday, Dr. I
you understand the word Sem
to mean?" "Do you know that Israil.
anti-Semitism is'" "What does
the word Jew mean?" "Doe:
mean a religion, race or i
Jerusalem (JTA)-A military
.o it' Jerusalem wn' "__. -
I .. hi week sentenced Hus-
or a peo- court 1m wet k jm_
pier' "Do you know what Juda-> se n Ah AduHar^^ of 325o
Fsm is?" "What is Zionism? Pr^nm< n/ ammunition alleged
"What are international bank- j round^oi
ers?"
rounds oi u""- ,i;~
purchased from soldiers.
campaign naraotj mm.ua, --(the introduction of the yellow
I. T. Pierson. cnairman of the L^ for Jews in al, sections of
campaign, announced. the country is "urgently neces-
Tbough the schools will be the sary jn or(jer to effectively con-
collection depots, donations will troi Jewish subversive and detri-
also be received at headquarters' mental activities which arc be-
offiee, 828 Washington Ave., Mi- ing carried on blatantly in sup-
ami Beach, from 9 a. in. to 5 P- port of the enemy."
m. Monday through Friday and; Qn, ?5 Jpws an? m
,n Miami at 15Jb N. Miami Ave.. im>v ita, of Bcssarabi which
from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. | js menaccd by tht. Russian army
Besides shoes, approximately, it is reported in the Bukar*>ster
120,000 of which are needed, the Zeitung, another Nazi newspapti
Russians particularly need stock-1 published in Rumania. The pa-
ings, suits, dresses, undercloth- Der says that there were 11.888
ing for men, women and child-, Jews in Kishinev in 1941 when
ren, felt hats, yard goods, the Rumanian mayor of that city
blankets and pillows. ordered a census of the poputa-
--------------------------- tion. Before the war there were
Jerusalem" (JTA) Describing about 80.000 Jews in Kishinev,
the severe housing shortage that Many of them were massacred by
exists throughout Palestine, El-1 the German Rumanian troops,
iezer Kaplan, treasurer of the while others were deported to
Jewish Agency, this week re- Transnistria. Several thousand
vealed that the Agency is re-' Kishinev Jews retreated with the
questing a government loan of. Red army into Russia in the early
$16,000,000 to be used to con- months of the Russo-German
struct new dwellings. war.
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vJewlsii fkxrklian
FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1944
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
BETROTHAL OF BEACH
GIRL IS ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grossman,
of 1238 Euclid Avc, Miami Beach,
have :innounct-G the engagement
Mrs. George Chertkof, ac-
companied by her son, returned
to the city last week, after vis-
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Ginsburg, in Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin M. Cas-
sel of 419 N. E. 17th St.. have
Jeft for their home in New York
City. They plan to stop enroute
in Pittsburgh to visit their son,
Marwin Shcpard Cassel, an avi-
ation cadet stationed in that
city. Mrs. Cassel, professionally
known as Mme. Mana-Zucca, is
a composer and will be guest of
honor May 11 at the Academy of
Music in Brooklyn, N. Y., where
the choral society will present
u group of her compositions.
A housewarming was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Zalis, 1668 S. W. 14th Terrace.
Sunday evening, April 30th. 150
guests were present at this oc-
casion and refreshments were
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"THE IRISH QUESTION"
"MARCH OF TIME"
served. Many out-of-town guests
were present, including Rabbi
Lazarus Lehrer of Key West,
Rabbi J. Angel of New York,
and Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
of Miami, who participated in
the evening's festivities. Mist-
ress Renee Morey sang Spanish
selections and several solos were
given by H. Swidler, H. Sher-
man and M. Rosenthal. M. Melt-
zer gave a recitation. Mrs. M.
Mandell recited and sang. Mrs.
Isadore Cohen addressed the
gathering. The Sisterhood of
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation presented Mrs. Zalis. its
president, with a gift. The pres-
entation was made by Mrs Ida
Orlansky, secretary of the organ-
ization.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ross-
man announce the bar mitzvah
of their son, Norman, jr. The
confirmation wili take place Sat-
urday. May 6th, at 10:30 a. m.
at services at Temple Israel. A
reception by the parents in honor
of their son will be tendered in
Kaplan Hall immediately follow-
ing the services.
Private Rubin Blum is coming
to Miami to spend his furlough
with his wife, Mrs. Rubin Blum
and her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Rothschild, 1637 S. W. 10th
St. Private Blum's mother and
sister are coming to Miami to
see him.
Mrs. Ida Optncr will leave Sat-
urday for New York. She will
visit with her children and
friends, returning to her home in
Miami in the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel, of
1035 N. W. 11th Court, announce
the bar mitzvah of their son.
Robert, services to take place at
Beth David on Saturday, May 13.
Noel Goldstein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred E. Goldstein, became
bar mitzvah Thursday at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Two other bar mitzvahs taking
place at the Center on Saturday,
are those of Arnold, son of Mr
and Mrs. Jules Carter, and Henry,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Ehrhch.
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MISS DOROTHY GROSSMAN
of thoir daughter, Dorothy, to
Moe Browarnik. son of Harry
Browarnik. of 4410 N. Jefferson
Avenue.
Miss Grossman attended
schools in Chicago, III., the for-
mer residence of the family, and
was graduated from Miami Beach
High school. The bridegroom-
elect received his schooling ir>
New York.
The wedding is set tentatively
for August.
Pfc. and Mrs. William Reiser
of California are visiting with
their parents in Miami.
BRISM
On Monday afternoon at Jack-
son Memorial hospital. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei officiated at the brith
milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Hodes, 202 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach, and at the brith
milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marx Feinberg, 2430 S. W. 25th
St. at St. Francis hospital on
Tuesday.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Marger, 1355 Drcxel Ave.,
Miami Beach, was circumcised by
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, at Jackson
Memorial hospital, on Wednes-
day afternoon.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Fried-
man announce the birth of a son
on Wednesday, May 3 at Jackson
Memorial hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearl, of
2129 S. W. 12th St.. announce
the birth of twin girls Thursday.
April 27th at Jackson Memorial
Hospital, The Pearls are active
in the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation and Sisterhood.
HEBREW CALENDAR
Lag B'Omer......Thure., May 11
Roih Hodeah Sivan. ,Tuei., May 23
Shabuot............Sun.. May 28
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in her home.
American Red ( ross Photo.
DELAYING THE VICTORY HOUR
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
HARVEY SEEDS POST AMERICAN LEGION
PRESENTS
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R.rnev Rom. fanu'd "]annt'i
JKH former holder of two,
^n^onships in the prize ring.,
SRWmi a short visit this
!ik end for the express purpose
w ann-inni' at Jack Lakin s,
J.K at Miami Field on
Monday even,..*. May 8th.
rS recently received a mcd-
i discharge from the armed
SLl& "juries suffered in ac-
S In ^tween personal ap-
CAMP FOR GIRLS NOW
TAKING RESERVATIONS
Miss Dorothea L. Duhler and
Miss Josephine Sond, directors
of the Eagles Neat Camp for
Girls, are now accepting reserva-
tions for the summer session.
Comprising 50 acres, the Camp,
located in Brevard, North Caro-
lina, features a private lake for
water activities, and the program
will include dancing, dramatics,
horseback riding, in addition to
the usual camp activities. The
local office is at lfi3 S. W. 11 In
Avenue, phone 2-6423.
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BAK.Nr.Y ROSS
pearances for the United States
fteasury in assisting bond sales,
he is renewing his interest in his
first lovthe manly art of self-
defense. Annans other awards,
this young Jewish lad is the re-
cipient of the silver star and the
purple heart for gallantry under
enemy fire.
His outstanding exploit came
one dark niuht at a lonely out-
post on Guadalcanal. While
guarding three wounded com-
rades Ross accounted for 22 Japs.
Born Barnett Rackovsky in the
slums of New York's lower East
Side, Ross came up in the boxing
game the hard way and won suc-
cess only after surmounting many
obstacles
Both in his public and his pri-
vate life, the exemplary conduct
of this great warrior has caused
him to be acclaimed as a model
American of Jewish heritage.
SENIOR HADASSAH TO
HOLD MEETING MAY 8
The last regular meeting of the
year of Miami Chapter of Senior
Hadassnh will be held at 2 p m
May 8th at the YM & WHA. -
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will be
presented in a review of tin
book, "Maxim Litvinoff," by Ar-
thur Upham Pope, a dramatic
story of an outstanding, interna-
tional character against the his-
torical background of the past
twenty-five years. Election of
officers on the following slate
will feature the business meet-
ing: Mrs. Harold Spaet. presi-
dent; Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, Mrs.
Harry Rattier, Mrs N. Douglas
Raff, vice-presidents; Mrs. George
J. Greenspan, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton. cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Louis
Heiman, financial secretary, and
Mrs. Morris Aluert, treasurer.
PAGE THREE
A.I.C. TO HAVE ANNUAL
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
B'NAI B'RITH'S SPEAKER
AT NATIONAL MEETING
ELDERLY IEWISH LADY
wants to share Kosher home or
room with same or couple; per-
manent; reasonable. Before May i
15. Reply
MRS LOUIS
1120 S. W. 22nd Avenue
Supreme Court Justice Frank
Murphy, who beads the speakers
for the inter-faith action session
Of B'nai B'riih's national war
service convi ntion at Carnegie
Hall. New York, May 8th. Other
speakers will oe mrs. Krankun
D. Roosevelt and Henry Monsky.
president of B'nai B'rith. The
convention opens May 6th and
continues until May 10th. Jus-
tice Murphy's address will be
heard in Miami over radio sta-
tion WIOD at 10.30 Monday eve-
ning.
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NOMINATION."
MILLARD CALDWELL
(ThIJ I'ol. Adv.)
The nominating committee of
the women's division of the
American Jewish Congress will
preesnt their report on May 22,
at the annual election meeting of
the organization, to be held at
2 p. m.. at the YM & WHA at 1
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. The
committee includes Mrs. Philip
Salmon, chairman; Mrs. Moses
Kreiger, Mrs. E. A. Woolfe, Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Mrs. Theodore
Firestone, Mrs. Joseph Rose,
Mrs. Sam Commander, Mrs. Jo-
seph Lipton. Mrs. Arthur Theis-
ter. Mrs. Mav Mcisel. Mrs. Edith
Weinstein.
May 12th will be the last book
review of tne "Friday Review
Program" for this season. On
May 26th, the American Jewish
Congress and the Friday Re-
viewing committee will honor
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein with a par-
ty. Mrs. Philip Salmon, chair-
man of the Friday Review, will \
be in charge of all arrangements.
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LEX GREEN
Candidate for Governor
Stacy Rowell, Dade County
Campaign Manager for Congress-
man Lex Green, wishes to thank
the many volunteer workers,
friends and voters, who madti
possible the substantial vot;
which placed Lex Green second
to Senator Graham in his home
county.
Continuing. Mi. Rowell states
that Congressman Green released
a statement to his many friends
in Dade County requesting them
to ask each and every neighbor
to join hands in the march to
victory on May 23rd.
(I'iilil I'ol. Adv.)
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FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1944
The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla.
P. O. Box 2973__________________________________Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
____________FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor___________
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1944
IYAR 12, 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 18
RECOGNITION
The recent Federation campaign with its outstanding re-
sults not only made history for Miami in marking another mile-
stone of progress, but attained for this community the respect,
admiration and recognition of the entire country
Speaking lor itself is the release issued by the United Jew-
ish Appeal from which we quote in part:
"Completing a sensational campaign at a
figure far over its record quota and fully 70%
higher than the total raised in 1943, the Miami
Jewish community emerged as the keynoter for
the rest of the country in bringing the type of re-
sponse that will provide the 332,000,000 needed
by the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Over-
seas Needs and Palestine to prevent the exter-
mination of large numbers of Jews in Nazi-dom-
inated lands.
"A keen consciousness of the critical problems
facing the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal
the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Pal-
estine Appeal and the National Refugee Service
influenced the Big Gifts group to make contri-
butions equivalent to the 1944 quota of SI89,095."
More need not be said. All we must realize is that we have
established a precedent and set a goal for ourselves. This
mark of achievement must be continually equalled and bet-
tered as the years go by, not alone in a financial sense but in
the broader sense that our giving and our activity stands for.
OFFICERS INDUCTED BY
N. C. I. W. ON TUESDAY
Mrs. Lewis Brown, hospitality
chairman of the Miami Section of
the National Council of cwish
Women for the past 12 years,
will be installing officer at the
Council installation luncheon
scheduled for Tuesday, May 9th
at 12:30 at Fassa's Morocco Res-
taurant, 1702 Alton Rd., Miami
Beach.
Recently elected officers will
be installed, including Mrs. Nat
L. Williams, president; Mrs. Mor-
ris Alpert, first vice-president;
Mrs. David Phillips, second vice-
president; Mrs. Irving G. Kobley,
third vice-president; Mrs. David
Honoroff, financial secretary;
Mrs. Stuart Gordon, assistant fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Herman
Wepman, recording secretary;
Mrs. Al Green, corresponding sec-
retary; Miss Edna Heller, treas-
urer; Mrs. Sam Luby, auditor; 3-
year board directors, Mrs. Ada
Joseph, Mrs. Stanley Myers. Mrs.
Sam Blank; board of directors, 1
year, Mrs. Jeanette Good.
Arrangements for the affair
are being made by Mrs. Morris
Alpert, program chairman, and
Mrs. Irving G. Kobley, who is
taking reservations.
Toastmistress will be Mrs. Bar-
nett Cantor, former executive sec-
retary of the Council, who will
present a varied program. Rabbi
Jacob Tarshish will be guest
speaker. Evelyn Raff, vocalist,
and Miss Anyuta Melicov, accom-
panist, will participate.
LECTURE COURSE HELD
DURING TfflS MONTH
Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, retired New
York physician, now a resident of
Miami Beach, will give a course
of four lectures during the month
of May on Saturdays at the Spin-
oza Forum, meeting under the
canopy, on the lawn of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th
St. between Collins Avc. and
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. This
Saturday at 3 p. m. Dr. Sabshin
will lecture on "The Heart."
Herman Eager will continue to
read original poems.
MucMy eon4ldentUd
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
FISH IN TROUBLED WATERS------
The accused seditionists on trial at Washington, who are
attempting to transform their treason indictment into a spring,
board for an anti-Semitic campaign, are only the small fry
of the Fascist leadership in this country .... The big fish are
scared to death lest they be brought in as character witnesses
for the defendants .... One prominent Midwestern political
figure got so hot and bothered about the prospects of a sub-
poena that he has left for Mexico for a visit of indeterminate
length .... We wonder how columnist George E. Sokolsky
feels about the approval Fascist-minded George E. Deatherage
has given him .... Deatherage, a confirmed anti-Semite, re-
cently described Sokolsky as "a Jew, but a fair one'
Haj
NEW YORK CELLIST IS
VISITING MIAMI FOLKS
THE SEDITION TRIAL
The trial of the thirty alleged seditionists in Washington
offers much food for thought, and a little amusement, for those
who can see the comic side of tragic things.
Here are thirty men accused of seeking to forward the Nazi
interests in a betrayal of America at a time when the country
is at war. But how do the defending attorneys conduct them-
selves? Do they seek to rationally answer the charges that
have been brought against them? No. It is plain that they
seek to befog the entire issue by the injection of a Jewish angle.
They are seeking to inject a Jewish issue, hopeful that an ap-
peal to prejudice may find response in some juror's mind.
Thomas Paine long ago pointed out that it is one of the
characteristics of the pickpocket and criminal to try to divert
your attention to some other object. "Look over there," says
the pickpocket, "see that man." When the unwary stranger
looks over there it is, of course.easier to pick his pocket.
The lawyers for the seditionists are trying the same tactics.
Look over there at the Jews, they are saying to the jurors, seek-
ing to divert the minds of the jurors from the doings of the
defendants.
To the juror who can go beneath the surface of things the
very tricks of the defense lawyers must prove a boomerang.
Such jurors may logically conclude that if those men really
espouse the anti-Semitism for which Hitler has become so ex-
pert, they probably share also his other hopes of breaking
down democracy.
BITTER PILLS.
Leonard Rose, now first cellist
with the New York Philharmon-
ic, is spending a ten-day visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Rose, of 703 W. Flagler
St. Many Miamians will re-
member Leonard as a child cello
prodigy, when during his youth
lie played at all of the major
functions here. He has made
guest appearances with the ma-
jor symphony and philharmonic
groups throughout the country,
and on May 20th will appear on
a national hook-up when the
combined NBC Symphony and
the New York Philharmonic will
play under the direction of Ar-
turo Toscannini for the American
Red Cross.
NOTED TENOR WILL BE
FEATURED IN CONCERT
Kin? Niesen, Yiddish and In-
ternational tenor, will be pie-
sented in two concerts, featur-
ing Yiddish and Hebrew songs.
Dates for the events have been
set for May 4th. at the Miami
Women's Club, and at the Ida M.
Fisher Junior High school audi-
torium, on May 18th.
Niesen is completing a tour of
the south and has received en-
thusiastic reception in all of his
his appearances.
HARRY MARKOWITZ IS
NEW MANSION HEAD
The Robert Thomas Mansion,
located at 1721 Collins Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, is now under Harrv
Markowitz ownership and direc-
tion.
The hotel, which has limited
ts guest list to 55. is catering to
local people desiring to vacation
on the Beach. On the ocean
front with 50,000 square feet of
ground for the use of guests
complete hotel privileges are
available, together with the use
of the private beach and chair
ac.lit.es The hotel is mo y furnished, featurin ga home-
ly furnished, featuring a home-
abrsEsrk' iatcs are 53.
able- E- C. Decker is manager.
MRS. rosenthaTwill
BE OFFICERJDF P.-T.-A.
Mrs Albert E. Rosenthal was
a second term as president.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
Amin El Husseini, former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, has received
from Hitler one of the fancier Nazi decorations, together with
the promise of an independent Arab Palestine.
LISTEN HERE------
The establishment of "free ports" without any commitment
to the admittance of large numbers of refugees may prove a
blunder .... It might easily work out as a curtailment of the
present immigration quota, we are told Culled from the
London Jewish Weekly: "Some of our American guests are leav-
ing us: like the thief of Jonah, they come in the night and leave
in the night .... Almost desperately they seek publicity; press
conferences, flying visits, broadcasts, anything, as long as there
is a story for ^the folks at home .... I heard of one gentleman
who made an appointment to visit the Chief Rabbi and turned
up complete with photographer! The group was duly photo-
graphed shaking hands, sitting around the table, discussing
world problems .... The picture having been taken, the meet-
ing terminated . We wonder whom the writer had in
mind ....
NEW YORKERS ABROAD____
Leon and Eddie's is a New York night club where you can
see many celebrities .... But the other evening the most feted
person there wasn't a famous visitor but the house's own head-
waiter, Louis Katz .... Because Louis' son Julius, a sergeant
in the Sotith Pacific area, had just won the Distinguished Flying
Cross .... Bagels aren't common fare in North Africa, but PFC
Abe Wagman formerly of New York's East Side, has a chance
to sink his teeth into one once in a while .... Abe, it seems,
is in charge of feeding a batch of Nazi prisoners, with a number
of Nazi cooks working under him .... And, to show their appre-
ciation of the fair treatment they get from their Jewish overseer,
the Nazis occasionally whip up a batch of bagels for him ....
LITERARY DEPARTMENT____
What promises to be an excellent Brandeis biography is
in the making .... The author is Susan Brandeis Gilbert, daugh-
ter of the late jurist .... Off on an OWI mission is novelist
and former drama critic Gilbert Gabriel .... Things we never
knew before include the fact that Audrey WuiJlemann, the
gifted young poet who is the wife of poet Joseph Auslander,
is a direct descendant of the famous Enghsh poet Percy Bysshe
Shelley .... Recommended reading for expectant fathers:
Rebecca Hourwich Reyher's "The Stork Run" .... We hope
you realize, as we do, that Trude Weiss-Rosmain is America's
outstanding Jewish woman scholar .... Be sure you read her
latest book, "Judaism and Christianity." ....
SETTING THINGS STRAIGHT____ *
Congressman Sol Bloom, who a dozen years ago organized
the George Washington bicentennial celebration practically
single-handed, likes to show people a picture they "recognize"
as George's and then tells them it's a portrait of his sister, 83-
year-old Mrs. L. Abrams of San Francisco .... Don't put too
much credence in that Washington rumor that Judge Samuel
Rosenman may be chosen to fill the next vacancy on the U. S.
Supreme Court .... It seems we were misinformed: Sidney
Wallach is not, as we reported a few columns ago, the publicity
advisor of the Jewish Theological Seminary .... The Miss
Karff who is America's strongest woman chess player is not
the lady on the staff of the J.T.A.....
ABOUT PEOPLE
A probable visitor to this country in the early fall will be
Dr. Chaim Weizmann .... Roy J. Stone, past president of the
Columbus, Ohio, Zionist District, may be his State's next Lieu-
tenant-Governor .... He is the Republican candidate .... Fred
Yenkin, present Columbus Zionist prexy, thinks that Roy is one
of this country's outstanding Jewish leaders____Composer Marc
Bhtzstein, now an Army Sergeant, recently wrote a piece called
Freedom Morning," which had its premiere at a London Sym-
phony Orchestra concert-------Remember Carmel Myers, screen
star of quite some years ago?-------She's making a comeback
in the forthcoming "The Conspirators." which will star Hedy
Lamarr-------Meyer W. Weisgal was offered the executive di-
rectorship of the American Jewish Conference we understand,
however, that he will decline it_____


1944
+Jmisti /fknafitr?
PAGE FIVE
face Facts
Bv Alexander F. MM"!
Honda R*Sial D,,rec,or
^.Defamation League
director was privileged
your diret t given by
al,tCM22 of the AZA last Sun-
chapter322oii as ^ rf the
dj2Srt affairs we have ever
pleasantesi wag ^ Q
en)yaend the speeches short. We
ml not: helP thinking as we
*, "around the room at the
lookeda vounu faces that our fu-
*5"?J the future of Israel s
'^hands And AZA is real-
f^vS out .is function of
fevSng'lcadership for tomor-
"SiU on the pleasant sideour
JSnn we know too often deals
Hum matters-we are in ire-
n. of a lovely letter from Dr.
SSmL. Sachar who recently
Kami Beach for his home in
rhampaign. Dr. Sachars pres-
SSTS this community during
ST winter was a great asset.
Kdc from his ability, his per-
anal charm and understanding
headship helped tide your di-
^or over some dark moments.
Shades of Congressman Dick-
The man's energy is as bound-
less as it is amazing. For exam-
ple after talking lrom 10 a. m. to
4 p m. at the Clergy Institute.
one memorable Monday, Dr. Sa-
char had the strength to speak
that same night before the Pio-
neer Women on Miami Beach,
and his speech suffered not at all
because of his day's trial.
It is hardly necessary for this
comer to pay tribute to one of
the outstanding figures in our
Jewish scene. Rather, let the
tributes paid by four leaders of
the Christian ministry at the con-
clusion of the Clergy Institute be
the accolade. As if rehearsed,
these four fine ministers,, each
excellent orators in their own
right, in turn rose, complimented
Dr. Sachar. invited him to make
Miami his permanent home and
advised him that they were ever
ready to open their own pulpits
to him. No greater honor can
any clergyman bestow.
JEWS OF BUDAPEST TO
BE PLACED IN GHETTOS
Zurich. (JTA) The Jews of
Budapest will shortly be segre-
gated within a ghetto "to prevent
Jews residing with non-Jews," it
was announced this week by Laz-1
lo Endre, Under-Secretary of the
Hungarian Ministry of the In-
terior who has been named Com-
missioner for Jewish Affairs.
In a broadcast by the Budapest I
radio, Endre is quoted as stating
that all Jews in the Hungarian
capital will be concentrated with-
in a separate Jewish quarter."
In the meantime certain houses
will be reserved for occupancy
only by Jews, while Jews will be
barred from others.
Meanwhile, leaders of the Jew-
ish community in Budapest are
faced with the problem of re-
housing Jews who have been
ousted from their apartments
which have been taken over for
Hungarian and Germans whose
homes have been destroyed in
Allied air raids. In an attempt
to cope with this problem, the
Central Jewish Council, the gov-
ernment-controlled body which
was established to replace all
other Jewish organizations,
which have been dissolved, is
placing two or more families in
whatever apartmentes are avail-
able.
ACTIVITIES AT BETH
DAVID ANNOUNCED
HAT
A Beth David Congregational
meeting will be held this Sun-
day evening at 8 o'clock at Beth
David auditorium. On the agen-
da will be items of vital import-
ance, and the president, Nat
Zalka, urges every member to
attend.
Next Wednesday evening. May
10, the congregation and Sister-
hood are sponsoring a Lag B'-
Omer dance and dedication of the
succah. A fine program and re-
freshments, plus an appropriate
dedicatory service will be pre-
sented together with dancing.
All members and friends are
urged to attend.
Final exams for students of all
classes of the Beth David Sun-
day school will take place this
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
M. B. MIZRACHI WILL
OBSERVE LAG B'OMER
(This column m conuucleU uy the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation in
cooperation with The Jewish Florid -
Ian as a community service. To Inform
the community of your organization s
activities and to avoid conflicts In
dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for
Community Calendar." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
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RAPIDLY BEING FILLED
Albert Lleberman, Philadelphia
business man and leader In nation-
al and local philanthropic activi-
ties, was elected Chairman of the
National Council of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee at its recent
29th annual meeting. The J.D.C.'s
National Council Includes 4,500
The Men's and Women's Di-
vision of the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi will observe the Lag B'Om-
er holiday with a fish dinner
and entertainment Wednesday,
May 10th from 6 p. m. to 8 p. m.
at the Beth Jacob Community
Building. A program of Rus-
sian music will be presented dur-
ing the evening. The proceeds
from the admission charge of
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ted States and Canada.
Istanbul, Turkey. (JTA-
Sixty concentration camps in
Hungary .established since the
German occupation, are rapidly
being filled with Jews, according
to eye-witness accounts of trav-
ellers arriving here from Hun-
gary. They confirm that depor-
tations of Jews to Poland are pro-
ceeding.
Deportations are confined at
present to prominent Jewish in-
dustrialists, well known members \
of the Jewish community who
have incurred the enemity of pro-1
Nazi Hungarians, and Jews active
in anti-Nazi political parties.
Other Jews are- being sent to the j
concentration camps, although it;
is expected that they, too, will be i
deported when transportation fa-
cilities are available. Among
those arrested is Baron Alphone
Weiss, a member of the upper
house of the Hungarian Parlia-
ment.
Lazlo Endre, who was appoint-
ed Commissioner for Jewish Af-
fairs last week, is known as a
pathological anti Semite, the
travellers say. He has imposed
restrictive measures upon the
Jews which are more vicious
than the usual German Nurem-
zerg laws. At present, he is con-
centrating on ousting Budapest
Jews from their homes to make
room for Hungarians and Ger-
mans bombed out by Allied air
raids.
OBITUARIES
HARRY GLASS
Harry Glass. 66, of 347 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach, died
Monday in a hospital. He came
here three years ago from New
York City, where the body was
sent by Riverside Memorial
chapel. Surviving are his wife,
Mrs. Jennie Glass, Miami, one
son and one daughter.
Sunday, May 7th
V Federation PlOliOS, YM & YW
HA of Miami. ir,6T 8. W 5th St.. 8
p. m.; Heath "Y" picnic. Greynolda
Park, 10 a. m..
Monday, May 8th
HadasHah, Miami Chapter, regu-
lar meeting, 12 If.; Jewish Study
Group, ageH 14 to IX. sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Kducatlon
in cooperation with the Town Y.
1567 S W r.th St., 7:30 to 9:30 p
in.. Hillel Advisory Council meet-
ing, Federation office. 8:15 p. m.
Tuesday. May 9th
Council of Jewish Women, instal-
lation luncheon, Wofford Hotel.
12.30 p, in ; Sholem I>>dge U'nai
H'rlth meeting. X:30 p. m.; Miami
Beach Service I-eague, Beach Y. 1
Lincoln itoad, 2 p. m.
Wedneiday, May 10th
Heth David Sisterhood dedication
dance, Betn David. 1SS N. w. 3rd
Ave., 8 p. m.; Workmen's Circle
Branch No. 692, executive commu-
te., meeting. S::i0 p. m.
Monday, May 15th
Miami Beach Jewish Center 81s-
terhood, regular meeting, Miami
Beach Jewish Center, 8 p. m.;
Jewish study Group, ages 14 to 18.
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Kducation in eo|>eratlon with
the Town Y. 1587 S. W 5th St..
7:30 to 9:30 p. m.
MIAMI BEACH CENTER CARDIAC HOME WILL
ENDS ADULT SERIES NAME LEADERS MAY 10
Concluding with the Spring
Adult Education Series on Zi-
onism, the Miami Beach Jewish
Center will gather on Wednes-
day evening, May 10th at the
Center for a Lag B'Omer cele-
Dade Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home marks
another successful year in their
history by issuing invitations
for their fifth annual installa-
tion of officers. The event will
MRS. JENNIE LINCOLN
Mrs. Jennie Lincoln, 66. died
at her home. 150 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach. She came here
eight years ago from the Bronx,
N. Y. Surviving are four daugh-
ters. Mrs. Phil Somberg. Mrs.
Ann Kluger, both of Miami; and
Mrs. Leona Leshen, Lawrence.
L. I.; Mrs. Bertha Girden. New
York City; three sons and 14
grandchildren. Services were held
Sunday in the Palmer Funeral
home, with burial in Woodlawn
Park.
AUXILIARY TO HOLD
DESSERT CARD PARTY
A dessert card party has been
scheduled by the B'nai B'rith
Women's Auxiliary for May 23rd.
The affair will take place at the
home of Mrs. Sam Blank, DiLido
island.
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HARRY LINET
Harry Linet, 42, of 1239 Alton
Rd., Miami Beach, died in a hos-
pital Sunday. Surviving are his
wife, Mrs. Bertha Linet; one
daughter, Felice, and a son, Je-
rome, all of Miami Beach, and
two sisters. The body was sent
to New York City by Riverside
Memorial Chapel.
MORRIS SHUMER
Morris Shumer. 67, 1401 N. W.
i N. River Drive, a retired busi-
ness man who came to Miami 19
years ago from Akron, O.. died
Saturday morning in a local hos-
pital. He was a member of the
International Workers Order,
Lodge 192, Miami. Surviving are
his wife, Mrs. Sophie Shumer;
a son, Oscar, and one daughter,
Mrs. Rose Zoller, all of Miami.
Services were held Monday in
the Palmer Funeral Home cha-
pfel. InttV-ment. followed in
Mount Sinai cemetery.
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ago. He is survived by his wife,
Kate Funeral services were
conducted at the Palmer Funeral
Chapel, Sunday. April 30th. with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman in charge.
Interment followed in Mt. Sinai.
RECEPTION IS BEING
TENDERED RABBI APRIL
A reception, by invitation on-
ly, is being tendered to Rabbi
Sim6n April, spiritual leader of
Congregation Schaarei Zedek. on
the occasion of his birthday next
Sunday evening, May 7th, at the
synagogue. The Ladies Auxil-
iary of the congregation is host.
SUNDAY BREAKFASTS
CONTINUE AT CENTER
The weekly Sunday morning
breakfast and service for the A.
Z.A. and Bar Mitzvah group of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
is being continued every Sunday
morning throughout the sum-
mer. Hosts last week were Mr.
and Mrs. J. Osheroff in honor of
the birthday of their son, Leo.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
bration. Members of the Miami' take place on Wednesday. May
Beach Zionist District will par-
ticipate.
A symposium on "Current Zi-
onism" will be staged with Shep-
ard Broad, Dr. M. A. Lipkind
Philip Salmon and Rabbi Irving
Lehrman taking part. A music-
al program will be heard fol-
lowed by a social hour when re-
freshments will be served.
Participating in previous ses-
sions of the series were Mrs. Ir-
ving Lehrman and A. P. Cannes.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
10th, 1:30 p. m. at the YM & W
HA, 1 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach. The affair will be graced
by the popular mistress of song.
Miss Ann Lester, who will enter-
tain for "Cardiac." Mrs. Ca-
mille Baum will act as installing
officer. The invocation will be
given by the Chapter's chaplain,
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Mrs. Oscar
Adler, hospitality chairman, and
her committee, will serve re-
freshments.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
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FRIDAY, MAY 5. 1944
'
JEWISH PHUT
PRESENT IM
JUST PUBLISHED
Authentic facts on Jewish par-
ticipation in this war, as com-
plete as it is possible to issue at
this juncture in the war. are
available today in book form,
"Fighting lor America," an ac-
count of Jewish men in the
armed forces from Pearl Harbor
to the Italian campaign, publish-
ed this week by the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
Answering the "whispered lie
and the outspoken statement
based on so called "facts,' circu- |
lated to create schisms among,
us," the book reveals incontro-
vertiblv that Americana of Jew-
ish faith are not only fully rep-
resented in this war but that
"thousands have performed
great and heroic deeds for Amer-
ican victory."
"Fighting for America" con-
tains a revealing chapter on sta-
tistics and surveys, reports on j
percentages of refugees in B6T- i
vice, discusses the distribution of |
Jews in various branches of the
armed services, including a sec- ,
tion on the medical corps. An-
other section of the book is de-1
voted to 10 first-hand accounts of
battle action by topflight heroes
of Jewish faith, among them Sgt.
Barney Ross, Lt. Morton Sher.
Lt. Comdr. Samuel Isquith. and
Capt. Hairy Schieiber.
The last pages of -Fighting for
America" are devoted to an im-
pressive listing of some 2500,
heroes of Jewish Caith, hundreds
of whom have been killed in ac- j
tion. others wounded, and others j
awarded medals and citations!
for valor under fire "above and
beyond the call of duty." Ac-
companying the name of each
hero is a brief notation of his ex-
ploits.
PROCLAIM MAY DAY
AS CHm>HEJU.THPAY
Both Governor Spcssard L.
Holland and President Roose-
velt have proclaimed May Day
as Child Health Day and urge
that the entire month be devot-
ed to action for the improve-
ment of conditions affecting
children and young people. ^
For years, by resolution of |
Congress and Presidential pro- (
clamation, adults have put on,
Child Health Day campaigns to
improve the health of young
people. But this year it is
youth's turn to say what shall
be done to protect health in
homes and communities, accord-
ing to Dr. Lucille J. Marsh di-
rector. Maternal and Child
Health Bureau. State Board of
Health.
OF
em IS APPROVED
BY SUB'
DECORATE EHRENBURG
WITH ORDER OF LENIN
Moscow CWNS)Ilya Ehi en-
burg, the Russian Jewish writer
and journalist whose descriptions
of the inhumanities perpetrated
by the Nazi barbarians were a
tremendous factor in arousing
the fighting spirit of the Sovu 1
soldiers and masses, was decor-
ated this week with the "Order
of Lenin," one ol the highest |
awards in the Soviet Union.
Ilya Ehrenburg is one of the
leaders of the Jewish Anti-Fas-
cist Committee here. He is the
author of several novels which
made him famous throughout the
world. For many years he lived
in Paris, where he was consid-
ered one of the outstanding lit-
erary men of this generation.
During the war he became a war
correspondent, wilting thousands
of inspiring articles firing the
hearts and souls of the Soviet
peoples with a burning hate for
the Fascist cannibals and with a
profound love for their mother
country.
ORGANIZATION PLANS
MADE BY_PUBLISHERS
Indianapolis (WNS)The An-
glo-Jewish Publishers Associa-
tion, which met here last week
in a two-day session, concluded
its first annual convention with
the appointment of a steering
committee to organize the ma-
chinery for the organization.
Aside from organization prob-
lems and business matters, the
convention discussed the ques-
tion of ethics in journalism and
the problem of maintaining the
high standard of the Anglo-Jew-
ish press
At its concluding session the
association adopted resolutions
pledging its support to President
Roosevelt and the Allied war ef-
fort and protesting against the
White Paper banning Jewish im-
migration to Palestine. It aslo
adopted a resolution, to be trans-
mitted to the Polish Govern-
ment-in-exile through its em-
bassy in Washington, protesting
against the prevalence of anti-
Semitism in the Polish army.
Among the speakers address-
ing the convention were: Ernest
Cohen, president of the Indian-
apolis Jewish Federation; Rob-
ert Segal, of the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil; Bjris Similar, editor of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency; Dr.
Joseph G. Bun. ol Boston; Philip
Slomovitz of Detroit; Leon
Frisch of Minneapolis; Gabriel
Cohen, of Indianapolis. and
Stephen Schiffer. of Atlanta.
Bernard Postal, publicity di-
rector ol B'nai B'rith. announced
that an annual trophy would be
given to the Anglo-Jewish pub-
lication adjudged as best serving
its community during the year.
Chicago-The blueprint for
the creation of a national organ-
ization of B'naj B'rith Girto.to
be patterned alter B'nai B nth s
organization for teen age boys,
the Aleph Zad.k Aleph, was ap-
proved here last week at a na-
tional conference of leaden 01
the District councils of B 11,11
B'rith Girls. presidents and
chairmen of B'nai B nth Girls
activities of the Women s Grand
Lodge and 'officials ol the Wo-
men's Supreme Council, uiulei
whose auspices the meeting was
held.
The B'nai B'rith Girls organ-
ization, when finally established
on a national level, will become
pan of a new nationwide B nai
B'rith youth organization to be
governed by a B nai B nth Youth
Commission, which will super-
vise the activities of Aleph Za-
dik Aleph and the B'nai B nth
Girls. The new youth commis-
sion is to be created at the forth-
coming national B'nai B'rith con-
vention which will have before
it the recommendations on this
matter from the Supreme Ad-
visory Council of AZA. the Wo-
men* Supreme Council of B nai
B'rith. the B'nai B'rith Executive
Committee and the conference of
B'nai B'rith Women and Girls
leaders.
Under the program adopted
here for submission to the B nai
B'rith Youth Commission, the
B'nai B'rith Girls, which now has
over 12,000 members in more
than 200 chapters throughout
the country, will become a na-
tional organization with a pro-
gram following the general lines
and objectives of AZA but adapt-
( d tO the needs and interests of
girls. Membership in the B'nai
B'rith Girls will be open to girls
of high school age. There will
also be another division to be
known as the B'nai B'rith Young
Women, for girls out of high
school who are not more than
25 years old.
PHI EPSILON" PHI HAS
INSTALLATION FOR SIX
Installation services were held
May 1 for the six new members
of the Phi Epsilon Phi sorority
at the home of Miss Eleanor
Frey 5181 LaGorce Drive, presi-
dent'of the organization.
New members were Ruth Ad-
elson, Geraldine and Shirley
Dietz, Illene and Vivian Schaef-
fer. and Lenore Shugar. ____
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TRIBUTE TO VICTIMS
------------ 1
New York (WNS)Governor
Dewey paid tribute to the Jews '
who resisted Nazi troops for
forty-two days in the Warsaw !
ghetto and were killed. In a
message read at a mass memo
rial meeting in Manhattan Cen-
ter, Eighth Avenue and Thirty-
fourth Street, the Governor said:
"Although the Jewish com-
munity has tragically ceased to
i xist. the lesson of its valiant
cielen.se will belong in the mem-
ory of mankind. The world will
nevi r forget the heroic resist-
ance of the entire Jewish com-
munity in Poland to the inhuman
aggression of the Nazis."
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of the Estate of Mary IawIsi
A/K'A Mary Lawlor ami Mar'v
A. I MAX H. SILVER
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator C. T A.
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In the office of the Clerk of tin- ("ir-l
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Boli OwnrrJ
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Attorney for Applicant,
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ness under the fictitious name ofl
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W. Flakier Street, Miami, KloriJa,!
Intends to reglstei said name in theI
office of the Clerk of the Circuit!
Court .if Dade County, Florida.
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the undersigned, desiring to mmies
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of ALIslo.N BLUE ROOM at Ml Dti-I
coin Road, Miami Beach, Hiti*,!
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with the clerk of the Circu |
of Dade County, Florida
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GREATEBIjaAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
i Welfare Board Help Us Keep Record of Our Men in Serrice
. lesse Weiss, well known
MftSi restaurateur, has
t-S, restaurateur, has
Mia"11 -.Ia as post chemical
** aSS'ffTcvr at Chanutc field.
warfare llw iss was commas-
SERVICE
PARADE!
m.
Capt. "7 i942
n^arstf as 5
son of ,q/o s W. 6th St.. was
Kahn. '*" : r(.c,.nt gradua-
^rei- the AAF ad-
SJSSHsfly,ng schocl
p,. Louis Schwartz, jr.. of
L H W 38th St., has been
102 Jed the Sharpshooter's
2dfor high qualification
St the Army's .30 caliber car-
?2 at Drew Field. Tampa.
SL he to stationed in the Air-
ff Warning Unit Training
Center.____
Lt Norman G. Schwari. son
ArSdUn. WD. Schwraz.
,fN. Meridian Ave.. Miami
S!* has been promoted to the
SS of first lieutenant, at Hunts-
SS Arsenal. AU Lt. Schwarz
XpaduaU' of the Univershy
_ Miami and has done graduate
work at both the University of
Honda and at Duke University
L North Carolina. He is as-
anied to the chemical warfare
service branch of the army ser-
vice forces.
Wounded three times on duty
with a Fifth Army medical bat-
talion Capt. Bert W. Marks, son
of Mr and Mrs. Morns Marks.
900 16th St. Miami Beach.
writes from a rest camp that he
is 'getting along all right." His
mother, who has received his
Order of the Purple Heart for
safekeeping, said iie seems to be
in good spirits. His last wound
was suffered at Cassino in Jan-
uary. Capt Marks had just
completed his mtcrneship at New
| Orleans when he enlisted in the
Army. He has been overseas 14
months.
A brother.Staff Sgt. Ella M.
Marks, is in the Army finance
ffice in England, and another
brother, Staff Sgt. Charles A.
Harks, is stationed at Austin.
Tex., doing AAF intelligence
work. #
POSTHUMOUS AWARDS
INCLUDE A MIAMI BOY
A Miami merchant seaman
who lost his life in combat with
the enemy will be honored post-
humously during observation of
Maritime week, beginning May
22, Lt. Frank Dwinnell. officer
in charge of the Maritime Ser-
vice's intelligence unit for the
Gulf Coast area, announced.
To be honored is Melvin Her-
bert Bloomberg, who lived at
561 W. Flagler St., and whose
father, George W. Bloomberg,
will receive the medal.
The awards will be made either
at Jacksonville or Tampa.
Promotion of Frank Edward
Solomon. 1066 N. W. First St..
from second lieutenant to first
lieutenant was announced by
the war department.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICC GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIQ, Vica-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac.
Executive Committee
Mra. Max Dobrin. Ben B. Goldman,
Maunice Grossman. Louig Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowltz. Alex-
ander F. M Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph
Stein, Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl
Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernlck.
Pvt. Meyer Belofsky. 26. of
New York City, lost his life in
the Southwest Pacific fighting.
Sgt. Irving Epstein. 23, of New
York City, died of malaria in
North Africa after serving with
the Army Air Forces in North
Africa, Siciliy, and Italy.
QMALLTHEFROHTS
Pvt. Julius Lefkowiti. 2... of
Brooklyn, one of the outstanding
heroes of the Tunisian campaign,
wears the Distinguished Service
Cross, for a sacrificial act of
bravery, and the Purple Heart
for wounds sustained in combat.
Honorably discharged from the
Army. Lefkowitz, who lost his
right arm in the action in which
he earned the DSC, is now em-
ployed by the New York City
Board of Health as an inspector
of fuels.
Walter Albert Lavigne, 22. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. La-
vigne, 570 N. E. 57th St.. has
been assigned to active duty with
the Marines after completing the
reserve officers training school
at Quantico Lt. Lavigne at-
tended the Citadel in Charles-
ton, S. C, before joining the 45th
candidates' class last November
Pvt. Leo M. Fogel. 18, of Lynn,
Mass., 4' months in service, died
of illness at Fort Benjamin Har-
rison, Ind. His father served in
the last war.
Lt. Louis Cohen. 27. of Atlantic
City, N. J., killed in action on
Rendova Island in the Solomons,
has been awarded the Purple
Heart posthumously.
Pfc. Harry Liebman, army cook
who serves meals at the front
lines in New Guinea under en-
emy fire, feels the same way as
Pfc. Lazaruk. The men in his
company, however, don't agree
with him. They call him a hero.
And to drive- the point home, they
recently awarded him the "Dis-
tinguished Serving Spoon with
Oat Meal Cluster." There aren't
any tables at the front lines in
New Guinea. Even the officers
sit on the ground at meal times.
But the meals that Leibman
scares up! Recently the menu in-
cluded steak, potatoes, string
beans, coffee and butterscotch
pudding, as well as some other
course the correspondent who
turned in this item didn't catch,
because Leibman was chased to
his foxhole in the midst of the
interview.
CoL Lewis Landes. of New
York, hailed by Gen. MacAr-
thur for his "technical knowl-
edge, sound judgment and tire-
less energy," wears the Legion
of Merit for organizing and
maintaining an extraordinary
supply route in the Southwest
Pacific. Colonel Landes was an
officer on the American gener-
al staff during World War I.
Lt Miliord J. Fisch. 34. of
Brooklyn, holds the Air Medal,
seven Oak Leaf Clusters and
the Purple Heart. Navigator on
a Marauder medium bomber. Lt.
Fisch is a veteran of 40 combat
flights over North African and
Mediterranean target".
Simon Rodin. S 2/c. 266 Jef-
ferson Ave., completed his re-
cruit training at Sampson, N. Y.
and will be granted leave.
Pfc. Bernard Feinstein. 22. of
Philadelphia, an infantryman in
service a year and a half, lost his
life in action on the Italian front.
David I. Chapin. son of Mrs.
Mary L. Chapin, completed an
aviation mechanic course at
Amarillo. Texas.
Pvt. David J. Gitelson, 22. of
Cincinnati, previously reported
missing in action in the North Af-
rican area, is now known to have
been killed in action.
Presently on duty at Camp
Kohler, Cal., where he has qual-
ified as sharpshooter with the .30
calibre rifle is Pvt. George M.
Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Simon, 760 Jefferson Ave., Miami
Beach.
Flight Officer Milton Tushman.
24, of Cleveland, a member of the
Army Air Corps in service two
years, has been killed in the North
African area.
Lt. Comdr. Sam Silber. of Bal-
timore, Md., who shot down
three Jap fighter planes in ex-
actly three minutes on New
Year's Day in the course of a
carrier-based aircraft assault on
enemy shipping off New Ireland,
has been decorated with the
Distinguished Flying Cross. Com-
mander Silber has been in the
Naval Air Force nearly ten
years.
Lt. Kenneth M Silverman. 26.
of Evansville, Ind., a pilot with
the Troop Carrier Command in
the South Pacific, is the recip-
ient of the Distinguished Flying
Cross and the Air Medal. Lt.
Silverman and his comrades fly
supplies and ammunition to front
line positions, helping with re-
inforcements and equipment for
the ground forces.
Naval Lt. (j.g.) Stanley C.
Fierstein. 26. of Houston, Texas,
holds the Distinguished Flying
Cross.
Lt. Bernard A. Bernstein. 21,
of Des Moines, an Army Bomb
Squadron officer, lost his life
while on a mission over Europe.
Sgt. Nelson Goldberg. 20. of
Mattapan, Mass., aerial gunner,
lost his life in a mid-air collision
between two Liberator bombers
near Mountain Home, Idaho.
Twenty-seven members of Ser-
geant Goldberg's family are now
in service.
M
(/. S. Mart ties
SOLDIERS
Gfike SEA
M
Irving Berger. of Chicago, a
radio operator stationed with the
Army Air Corps in England, died
there as a result of an accident.
He had been a member of the
Logan Square Congregation of
Chicago.
Cpl. Meyer Goncher. 27, of At-
lanta, Ga., was killed in a plane
crash in California, in which 18
persons lost their lives. Corporal
Goncher was in training as an
aerial gunner.
THESE TWO GREAT
MARINE CORPS OF THE
WORLD...THE ROYAL
MARINES AND UNITED
STATES MARINES...
HAVE SIMILAR INSIGNIA,
UNIFORMS AND DUTIES
...EACH IN THEIR RE-
SPECTIVE COUNTRIES
HAVE UNPARALLELED
REPUTATIONS FOR
iDEVOTION TO DUTY,
AND BRAVERY,
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian. the
daily press and national
publications. Send original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee,
Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk are. what
they are seeing and doing.
96 DEAD JAPS...
WERE FOUND IN FRONT OF THE MACHINE
GUN MANNED BY SGT. MAIER ROTHSCHILD,
USMC. ON NEW GEORGIA ISLAND...
WHEN HE WAS RELIEVED AT AN IMPORTANT
ADVANCED POST PROTECTING A MARINE
BEACHHEAD... HE HELD HIS POSITION
DURING REPEATED SAVAGE ENEMY
ATTACKS IN WHICH HIS COMPANION
WAS KILLED.
^
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T
MARINE FLYER, i iFtiT. ROBERT
HANSON. RECENTLY INCREASED HIS
SCORE OF JAP PLANES TO 18... BY
DOWNING 5 ZEROS IN A SINGLE
DAY'S COMBAT.
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^Vf Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida
Serial No.
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State
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RIDAY. may 5.
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
I am sitting here wondering
why it is that every time the
deadline approaches on this col-
umn that I am always at a loss to
know what to report. Usually I
have several items which cannot
escape notice due to the fact that
they hit me in the face as I go
about my daily chores. I have
long abandoned any hope that
any of you brothers would ever
call in with any items of news
or events. The task of keeping
a membership of more than a
thousand members enlightened
as to the functioning of each de-
partment is a simple one, espec-
ially when all of the committee
chairmen and members find an
insatiable pleasure in reporting
the news. I could probably fill
this entire column today com-
plaining about you "fellas." but
F am sure that my complaints
would fall upon deaf oars and
may be a source ol more interest-
ing reading than reporting facts.
Maybe it would be a good idea
me that the column has to be
prepared. There are always a
few items that I can do at first to
avoid dictating these master-
pieces which I usually do until
approximately 10 minutes before
noon. Then I experience a feel-
ing which may be analogous to
labor pains; coming to the sudden
realization that the column must
be prepared. I buzz the girl and
in a state of almost hysteria, we
start dictating. After the intro-
ductory paragraph, 1 am usually
groveling on the floor frothing
at the mouth and hoping that the
whole darn newspaper would
burn down. Then in desperation
I call Milton Friedman and say,
"What's for the column?" Mil-
ton has a delightful habit of ac-
cumulating a mass of statistics in
his head dealing with meetings,
dates, plans, and other data
which must be as boring to you
a.-;-.it is to me. If during the dic-
tation a thought comes to me. and
sometimes one does. I begin to
Your viscera settles back
that you may ., ......^--------------
a^mu'SficeUI BSSFTtft intoPl
future, the remuneration for
which I am prohibited to disclose
because it would certainly raise
me from one bracket to another
(junior grade) then follow these
excruciating paragraphs:
surge of pleasure permeates your
entire being, and you settle back
into your chair with the feeling
that it isn't really difficult, if
you make up your mind and not
procrastinate. If and of the
"boys*1 are around, they usually
This column must be ready tor .,,/,..,, V(IU very gingerly and
publication before noon on_Wed- ^ y()U ,)y each arm and k,ad
nesday of each week.
you away calmly, and when you
Fred Shochet, who is our pub- y relea^ed is" about time for
lisher, finds himself saying, ev- R. ,.()lumn
ery week. To Heil with him. we __
just won't put the column in this So, dear readers, I see the boys
week." and lo. and behold, by j coming.
the grace of God and little Bca j P. S. On the distalf side: Just
in the B'nai B'rith office, the col-' received a call from Mrs. Benja-
umn gets there just in time. But' min Landau, who informs me
do not let me get ahead of my- that for the Auxiliary Ida Optner
self. On Wednesday morning, I is acting as War Service Chair-
walk into my office and read all man. Pursuant lo Mrs. Optner's
of my correspondence and an- duties she has mailed to each j
swer him. After that. I pick up; member of the Auxiliary a card i
the daily legal reports and im-1 asking for a report on War Ser-,
press myseli by understanding vice activities. Out of the entire
what all of the hieroglyphics membership she has received five j
mean. Then my secretary informs responses. The Auxiliary con-
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,/XDVANTAGES J
1KVIIG FEIIERU
MORTGAGE
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LOW RATES
. EASY PAYMENTS
. LONG TIME TO PAY
. PROMPT SERVICE
. A HOME INSTITUTION
Deal With Your
local/friendly
INSTITUTION
RESOURCES OVER $8,500,000
, AE MU1
vention will be held next month
and it is urgent that your presi-
dent have a complete report on
War Service activities. It is im-
possible to prepare this report
unless each member sends inmr
card immediately. If yu.,nave
lost your card you may call icia
and receive another without de-
lay. The important thing IS that
you immediately fill out the card
and sdnd it in at once.
Also on the distaff, the ladies
are having a dessert card party
on May 23rd at the home of Mrs.
Sam Blank on DiLido Island.
i Further details next week.
In Thelynagopes
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
area arc as follows.
Beth David: Friday evening
services at 7:15. Saturday morn-
ing at 8:30. Junior services at
10:30 p. m. at which time Kaiim
Max Shapiro will expound t.ie
Portion of Law.
Beth Jacob: Friday evening
services at 7:15. Beginning this
Saturday there will be one Sat-
urday morning service only be-
ginning at 8 o'clock. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff's topic for discussion
will be "What is Holiness.'
Cantor Maurice Mamchcs will
chant the services. Mincha ser-
vices at 7:15 at which time Rabni
Mescheloff will discourse on
"Pirke Avoth." Minyonanc
services will be conducted Sun-
day morning J-t 9:15 followed by
a Sisterhood communal break-
fast. The discussion will be un-
der the leadership of Martin
Genet.
Miami Beach Jewish Center:
Kabblos Shabbos Friday eve-
ning at 7:15. Saturday morning
at 10 o'clock Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will discuss "Wasted Ener-
gies." Cantor Louis Hayinan
will chant the services. During
these services the bar mitzvahs
of Arnold, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jules Carter; Howard, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Co-
hen; and Harvey, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Ehrlich will be
held. Junior services at 10 a.
m. and Shalosh Seudos services
at 7:15 p. m.
Schaarei Zedek: Kabbolos
Shabbos Friday evening at 7:15.
Because of the bar mitzvah of
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
H. Cohen, there will be com-
bined senior and junior services
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock.
The bah mitzvah will address
the Congregation and Rabbi Si-
mon April will respond. Re-
freshments will be served imme-
diately after the services. At 6
p. m. the "Study of Ethics" con-
ducted by Rabbi April, to be
followed by Shalosh Seudos and
Mincha and Mariv services. Sun-
day school Sunday at 10 a. m.
Temple Israel: Services will
be conducted Friday evening at
8:15. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will
discuss "How Can We Find Hap-
piness0'" Saturday morning at
10:30 the bar mitzvah of Nor-
man, jr., the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Rossman, will be ob-
served at the Temple. Recep-
tion will follow after the ser-
vices to which all members of
the congregation and friends are
cordially invited.
Betn Sholom Center: Services
scheduled for Friday evening at
7:15. Saturday morning at 9:30.
Cantor Abraham Friedman will
chant the services. On Sabbath
morning Kiddish will be said
after services.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation: Services are scheduled
for Friday at 7:15 p. m. and Sat-
urday at 9 a. m. and 7:15 p. m
Daily services at 8:30 a m, and
7:25 p. m.
NOTES OF Y. M. H. A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
I'll let you in on a little secret.
In view ot the fact my partner-
Harry Dietz, Esq., has been ill
for a ffw weeks. I have been
Dressed for time at the office.
As a result of this. I called upon
our most cooperative director.
Maurice Grossman to ghost-
write the column for me last
week. I hope you enjoyed it as
much as I did Thanks a million.
Maurice.
"Closed Shop"
Harry Gerstein, chairman of
the Y Forum, has announced that
the "Closed Shop" question will
be discussed by the group or.
Wednesday evening, May 10th at
8:30 p. m. at the Y. Representa-
tives of both capital and labor
have been invited to attend arid
participate in the discussion. Mr.
Gerstein invites everyone to at-
tend.
Health Inspection
The Board of Health conduct-
ed a secret inspection of the Y
premises within the past few
days. The inspector checked ev-
erything in and about the build-
ings and grounds without disclos-
ing his identity. When the in-
spection was completed, he re-
ported that everything was in a
healthful and sanitary condition
at the Y and that it was a fine
place to house and train young
people. I consider that a feather
in the cap of our director. Mau-
rice Grossman.
Campers' Institute
Mr. Grossman has started a
Campers' Institute for all who
desire to serve as counselors at
the home camp this summer. In-
cidentally, the home camp opens
June 12th, and you will receive
the details regarding the plans
for this summer in the Y bulletin
which will come out shortly. By
the way, speaking of the Y Bul-
letin, reminds me of the fact that
Les Lasky is doing a swell job
as editor of that publication.
Planning Committee
I had hopes of knowing by this
time just what the plans 0f tk
planning committee would Z i
the erection ot a community^
ter after the war. There I
been quite a good deal of rL u*
sion regarding this and thcrR;
been much discussion about th
plans being made. When m
the community, expect a renon
trom the planning committee' n
we don t start a definite course
of procedure within the vv
very near future, I am afr,j
we'll "miss the boat.' V&
Chairman Sam Blank will X
"on the ball" soon and ietK.,
have a report. It is vitally nec-
essary to the welfare of this A
ish community to have a mdern
community center with facilities
which are lacking here at th!
present time.
Federation Frolics
Sunday evening, May 7th. the
Federation Frolics will be held
at the Y. This affair will be he d
by anal for the youth groups of
Greater Miami and its primary
object is to educate the yotine
people to their responsibilities of
giving to charity and helping
their fellow man. I hope all
teen-agers will be there not on-
ly for the purpose of being en-
lightened but for the purpose of
enjoying the pleasant program
which will be held
Keep on buying War Bonds.
When You Think of Real Eitali
Think Of
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REALTOR
309 Lincoln Ro.ul Phone 5-6479
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CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
At Close of Business. April 13. 1944
Comptroller's Call
RESOURCES
S 4.894.906.17
Cash on Hand and
Due from Banks
United States Government
Securities
Municipal Bonds
Railroad Bonds
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank
Loans and Discounts
F. H. A. Insured Mortgages
First Mortgages on Improved
Real Estate
Furniture and Fixtures
Other Assets
Overdrafts
13.121.650.03
118.000.00
550.00 $18,135,106.20
15.000.00
$ 2.530.253.52
5.639.76
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Homes and Investments
Properties
Atk for my free 1944 Informative
Map cf Miami Beach
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
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Ph.: 5-5868
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots. Homes. Hotels
Apartment Houses
M. GILLER
REALTOR
1448 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-5875
' LIABILITIES
Capital Stock
Surplus
Undivided Profits and Reserves
Deposits
$20,768,432.13
100.000.00
400.000.00
151.263.57
651.263.57
20.117.16861
$20,768,432.18
OFFICERS
JUDSON L. OWEN
President
MARCIE LIBERMAN BENJAMIN N. KANE
vice President vice President
TOW. MERCER GUY W. ELLIS
vice President vice President
R. W. POLLARD D. B. HUDSON
Asst. Cashier Asst. Cashier
S. W. CURRY
Cashier