The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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^THE JEWISH UNITY F
ami
if WISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 12. 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
Representatives
Zionist
mow'throughout the Greater
Sam. area were present at a
Son Sunday, to hear an ad-
KL by Judge Morns Rothen-
ffi? President of Jewish Na-
SSl Fund, and Mendel Flah-
tt Executive Secretary, who
stopped here enroute home fol-
towing a visit to Cuba. Judge
Rothenb.ru related the high-
lights of his visit to Cuba where
he accepted on behalf of the J.
N F a Check for $40,000 cover-
ing that community's contribu-
tion to the organization, and
told of the gracious reception
tendered bv high authorities
there H.' spoke of the work of
the J.N.F. :nd the progress
made during recent years.
Mr. Fisher depicted the suf-
fenng of Jewry abroad and the
necessity for their rescue. He
stressed the land redemption
program and suggested that
Jewry of Florida make plans for
the establishment of a nachlat
Florida, a settlement to be es-
tablished in Palestine with
funds contributed from Flori-
dians, and named for this State.
Mr. Shepard Broad, president
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
tort, presided at the luncheon
and entertained a motion unani-
mously adopted accepting the
project on behalf of south Flor-
ida, pledging funds necessary to
purchase and reclaim 1,000 dun-
ams of Palestine land for reset-
tlement, as South Florida's equal
share of the "nachlat" Florida.
Funds necessary to achieve this
purpose will total when raised
$25,000.
Many of those present at the
True Farm Food Restaurant.
Sunday made pledges to start
the ball rolling, and the an-
nouncement of a committee to
handle the project will be an-
nounced. Mr. Broad stated.
B'NAI B'RITH CANCELS
PROGRAM OF SUNDAY
A Mother's Day program sched-
uled for this Sunday evening,
under auspices of Sholem Lodge
B'nai B'rith, has been can-
celled.
Milton A. Friedman, president
of th2 Large, stated that cir-
cumstances beyond the control
of the organization, made it im-'
possible to stage the event.
RCA PRESIDENT NAMED
TO IMPORTANT P,OST
iRITEH DIES: WAS
IS YEARS OF AGE
Tel Aviv. (JTA) Joshua
Kavnitzky, veteran Jewish writ-
who first published the
ww of Ci-.aim-Nachman Bia-
W-died here this week from a
"am hemorrhage he suffered
*n'ie attending a memorial
Mthermg of friends of the Jew-
n writer Sholem Aleichem in
L ,T "' ""' btUrt son-in-
la*' 1 D. Berkovitch.
Kavnitzky was 85 years old.
* came to Palestine from Rus-
lah,t ,."" evolution He col-
jjor-ted with Biaiik on a num-
sixv i Works especially on the
which "" If** Maagadah"
Em." "ejection of Jewish
th, T,.''11'.1 "iJhorisms based on
WELFARE BODIES
10
.0.
New York. N. Y Adolph A.1
Berle, Assistant Secretary of
State; Nathan Reich of Hunter
College, New York; and Rabbi
Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland,
will head the list of speakers at
the joint annual meeting of the
National Conference of Jewish
Social Welfare, the National As-
sociation of Jewish Center
Workers and the National Coun-
cil for Jewish Education, which
will be held Wednesday. May 17,
through Sunday. May 21 at the
Hotel Statler in Cleveland. Louis
Kraft, president of the National
Conference, announces.
The National Conference of
Jewish Social Welfare is the pro-
fessional body of Jewish social
workers with a membership of
650 individuals and 250 agencies
in every state of the union, and
in Canada. The National Asso-
ciation of Jewish Center Work-
ers and the National Council for
Jewish Education are off-shoots
of the National Conference, de-
voted to the specialized fields of
group work activities and Jew-
ish education. More than 1.000
delegates and visitors are ex-
Kected at the joint meeting.
leyer E. Fishman of Los An-
geles is president of the Center
Workers group and Rabbi Sam-
uel M. Blumenfield of Chicago
is president of the Educators.
Maurice Grossman. Miami Y.
M. H. A. director and Mr. Jack
Marash of the Miami Beach Y.
M. & W. H. A., and Sadyc G.
Rose. Jewish Welfare Bureau,
plan to attend
Jewish
call to
The Greater Miami
Federation has issued i
organizations .in the Greater Mi-
ami area to make application
for institutional memberships.
According to the constitution,
all local Jewish organizations
may apply for institutional mem-
berships, for one year periods.
At the annual meeting of Feder-
ation applications are ratified.
All organizations approved, re-
ceive the privilege of appointing
a delegate to the Federation
board of directors and the right
to vote and participate in all
Federation directorate activities.
Affiliation as an institutional
member entails no obligation
upon the part of the organiza-
tion, and enables it to be fully
informed as to Federation activ-
ity and to assist planning and
co-ordinating efforts on behalf
of the local Jewish community.
Organizations desiring further
information are asked to contact
Federation office.
London, (JTA) Col. David
Sarnoff. in private life president
of the Radio Corporation 01
America, has been appointed
special consultant to the com-
munications branch of the Pub-
ic Relations Office. Supreme
Headquarti re of the Allied Ex-
peditionary Force announced
this week.
10 JOIN FIGHT Oil
ANTI-SEMITISM
"D-DAY" SERVICES TO
BE HELD ALL TEMPLES
The Synagogue Council of
America has issued a call to
Rabbis of Orthodox, Conserva-
tive and Reform Congregations
in America to hold special pray-
er services as soon as the in-
vasion of enemy-held Europe by
The Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami announces
Special "D-Day" services. The
same evening following the an-
nouncement of the invasion
in Europe, all Synagogues and
Temples will hold a formal
service at 8 o'clock that eve-
ning with doors open for the
individual worshipers through-
out the invasion period.
KACO EDITOR
PASSES MAT AT
ROME TRIS WEEK i
Chicago. (JTA) Hyman L. |
Meites, publisher of the Chicago.
Jewish Chronicle and superin-
tent of the Chicago Bureau ofi
Water since 1931. died here this
week of a heart ailment in Pas-
savant Memorial Hospital. He
was 67 years old.
Born in Odessa, Russia, he
came to the United States in
1891. In 1919 he founded the
Lawndale Press, which later was
merged into The Chronicle. He
organized the Jewish Historical
Society of Illinois in 1918 and
published a history of Jews in
Chicago. He possessed the first
membership certificate of the
Knights of Zion, dated October
20. 1897. which made him the
first officially recognized Zionist
in the United States.
FOUNDER AND HEAD OF
DENVER HOSPITAL DIES
the armed forces of the United
Nations is announced. Rabbis
and Congregations are urged to
keep Synagogues open all day
following the announcement of
the invasion, and to have a spe-
cial service at 8:00 in the eve-
ning. ____
New York. (JTA) Rabbi
Wililam S. Friedman, founder
and president of the National
Jewish Hospital in Denver, an
institution for the treatment of
tuberculosis patients, has died in
C'oronado Beach, California, ac-
cording to information received
at the hopital's local office. He
was 75. Dr. Friedman, who was
rabbi of Temple Emanu El in
Denver from 18K9 until his re-
tirement in 1938. conceived the
idea of a tree hospital for tuber-
culous when he observed the
toll the disease was taking
among recently arrived Jewish
immigrants.
New York (JTA)A call to
Christians to unite their efforts
to combat anti-Semitism because
anti-Semitism "is not only con-
trary to the teachings of democ-
racy but contrary to the teach-
ings of Christ," was sounded by
Supreme Court Justice Frank
Murphy, outstanding Catholic
layman, in an address before
the interfaith unity session of
the national war service conven-
ion of B'nai B'rith this week at
Carnegie Hall here.
Speaking as chairman of the
National Committee Against
l'i rsecution of the Jews, Justice
Murphy said the committee "was
organized solely by Christians.
It is maintained and its activities
are conducted solely by Chris-
tians, who also finance it com-
pletely." Asserting that the
committee "will be militantly
opposed to anti-Semitism be-
cause of the dangers that it pre-
sents to American ideals and to
Christian principles," Justice
Murphy declared:
"We shall do so in the Ameri-
can way. We shallnot try to de-
prive those who may differ with
us of their right to free speech
and press. But we shall energet-
ically and Telentlessly oppose
by every means at our command
their vicious and insidious pro-
paganda through a campaign of
enlightenment and education in
which we shall expose the tragic
error of their teachings.
"We shall be on guard from
ocean to oceanby day and by
night: we shall carry on the
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
JJLm"d- H' was buried at
ntxt-.o kry ,n Tel Aviv
Ul the grave of Biaiik.
JWSH PARTISANS IN
WNGARY FREE JEWS
"feh! 'JTA?-J<'^h partis-
of Huni Sulj-Ci'rpathian section
lVaUa{,iAv';.'s'1'^k'^reecnt-
"wtod J,u ,dln car'ying de-
a"d othor \ lTom Munkacevo
to occu^/^'f^athian towns
a'l th 1 Paland and released
hrc n ,,?"'.lVts- ,l is reported
** MSfir frm Hunwry.
>t hirtiXf. Jows are at pres-
CanI3n lhc >Voods in th"
Wa*s whh fnhU,mams- Gestapo
Wlln the train were killed-
FOR
RESCUE
HELP TO SETTLE THEM
IN PALESTINE- JEWISH national fund
nr",rnnl fforts of the Jewish Notional Fund along wilh its wide publicity.
Tying in with nationalpe"or,s ^ JQ, a luncheon at which Zionist groups of this area
Xt^Zmt^T^1^en to assist the refugee program in providing land
was
were represented. Action
for resettlement in
Palestine, with the establishment of a "Nachlat Florida.'
IK EMPOWERED
TO BID GHETTOS
Zurich. (JTA)A decree em-
powering local mayors to set up
ghettos for Jews in towns where
the population is larger than
10.000 has been issued by the
Hungarian government and is
published in newspapers reach-
ing here from Budapest. The
mayors of towns which have less
than 10.000 inhabitants were
authorized earlier "to remove"
Jewish residents lo larger cities.
The newspapers report that
the first provincial ghetto for
Jews has already been estab-
lished in the town of Miskolo
and that similar ghettos will
soon be established in Szeged
and in Ujpest. The decree also
authorizes the mayors to compel
non-Jews to move from the sec-
tions to which the Jews are be-
ing removed.
At the same time the Commis-
sioner for Jewish Affairs in
Hungary. Dr. Lazlo Endre. an-
nounced over the Budapest ra-
dio that the government has de-
cided to move Jews from places
of comparative safety to zones
exposed to bombing by Anglo-
American fliers. Budapest pa-
pers are demanding that Jews
in Hungary be icgarded as hos-
tages responsible for damages
and loss of life suffered by Hun-
garians during air raids. The
papers carry severe attacks
against Hungarians who display
sympathy for Jews wearing the
yellow badge.
The Nazi Transocean news
agency reports that an order
has been issued prohibiting Jews
to conduct public worship in sy-
nagogues or in any public place
"The ban on public worship
was instituted in order to pre-
vent uncontrolled gatherings of
Jews," the report says.




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*legist ncrldiar
FRIDAY, MAY 12. 1944
1
SOCIAL ITEMS AND I
PERSONALS
,MMMW^MMXX>K^%XX>0***^**^*****^<***^***'
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Bern-
stein left for the North this
week after spending the winter
here. Mr. Bernstein is president
of the National Silverware Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin
left last week and will vacation
in the North.
Miss Doris Robinson, secre-.
tary of Miami Beach Jewish
Center, will leave next week
for New York to visit her par-
ents and friends.
Di Lido Island will be the
scene of the dessert card party,
sponsored by B'nai B'rith wom-
en, on May 23rd. Mrs. Sam
Blank will be hostess to the
gathering at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper
returned to the city Sunday, fol-
lowing a week's stay in Jack-
sonville.
Miss Harriet Chiel will leave
May 18, by rail for a three
week's vacation in New York
visiting relatives and friends.
Miss Chiel is a member of the
staff of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Mrs. Minnie Wainer, 740 Eu-
clid Ave., Miami Beach, is leav-
ing for New York May 11 to
visit her daughter, Mrs. Bertha
Yuchim, 1552 E. 19th St., Brook-
lyn, N. Y. Mrs. Weiner's son-
in-law has been inducted into
the armed forces and she will
take care of her grand-children.
Mrs. Waincr's son, Sgt. Wainer,
was transferred to 42nd St., Mi-
ami Beach, and will also soon
leave for New York to spend a
furlough with his mother and
sister.
TIER THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Friday, May 12Last Day
The Impostor
WITH
JEAN GABIN
ELLEN DREW
ALLYN JOSLYN
EXTRA!
"MEMPHIS BELLE"
40 Minutes of Air Battles
In Technicolor
Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. Thru Tue., May 13-16
Hollywood's Brightest
New Star Sensation!
DONALD
O'CONNOR
PEGGY RYAN ANN BLYTH
IN
//
Mrs. Ida Roscnbloom of Mont-
gomery, Ala., is spending a week
as the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. M. B. Frank of Miami
Beach While here she will be
entertained by her hosts and
renew her many local acquaint-
ances.
BAR MITZVAH
Chip OFF
the Old Block
WITH
QUIZ KID
JOEL KUPPERMAN
PATRIC KNOWLES
HELEN VINSON
II
Chester Luby, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Luby, will become
bar mitzvah Saturday at 10:30
a. m., May 13th at services at
Temple Israel. Friends are cor-
dially invited to attend the ser-
vice and a reception at Kaplan
Hall following.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel an-
nounce the bar mitzvah of their
son. Robert, at services Satur- \
day morning at Beth David Con- j
sregation. The parents will ten-1
der a reception in honor of their
son at their home, 1035 N. W.
11th Court, Sunday evening,
May 14th.
BRITH
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Drucker,
2911 S. W. 27th Terrace, an-
nounce the birth of a son. The
bris will take place Sunday at
1:30 p. m. at Victoria hospital
with Rev. Philip Fried officiat-
ing. Friends and relatives are
invited.
ENGAGEMENT OF MISS
KIRSTEIN ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Kir-
stein. 1335 S. W. 18th St.. are
announcing the engagement of
his daughter. Gloria Charlotte
Kirstein. to Ensign William H.
Koblenz, U.S.N.R. Ensign Ko-
blenz is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Koblenz. 2719 S. W. 19th
Terrace. Miss Kirstcin is a
graduate of Miami Senior'High
school and attended business
schools in Miami. Ensign Ko-
blenz attended the University of
Miami and Southern College of
Optometry where he was a mem-
ber of Omicron Delta Epsilon.
professional fraternity. Ensign
Koblenz received his commis-
sion at Northwestern University
in Chicago.
Out of town guests attending
the reception to be tendered the
newly engaged couple at Miss
Kirstein's home on Sunday,
May 14th are Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Rosenthal and son. Harvey, Miss
Pearl Kirstein. Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Kirstein. Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney Atlas and Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Furman. all of Washington,
D. C. No date has been set for
the wedding.___________________
BIRTHS
Dr. and Mrs. Saul H. Kaplan,
1343 Collins Avc, announce the
birth of a daughter, Ellen Jane,
May 2.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
JliotzU 'Q&tt**
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zupnik. 4700
Alton Rd., announce the birth of
a daughter, May 8, at the St.
Francis hospital.
THE UNVEILING OF THE
MONUMENT FOR
THE LATE
MRS. ETTA DIAMOND
WILL BE HELD
SUNDAY. MAY 21. 1944
at 2:00 P. M.
at Woodlawn Cemetery
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
Wta Yn Pay For .-
T5 WATCH REPAIRS *<
Why Not Get the Best
OLD SARATOGA INN
Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725
Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M-------Sundays From Noon
Cocktail Lounge.....Fine Liquors and Wines
WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS
TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI, OR
BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH
Ask Your Local
Delicatessen
For the Best

It Costs No More
OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS
Delicious Corned Bear
Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meat*
37th and Normal Ave. Chicago
HAVt AN
ACCUIATI
TIMEMIPU
Technical training.
ad yean of experi-
ence only can make
man watchmaker.
You'll And sock skills
at Dajuds/a, Get the
be*t It costa n
mere.

JIWEUY REPAIRINQ
Hiii frr
DANZIG'S
Jewelers
:i', HALCVON ARCADl
IIS! Flaqlt St.
Buy a Rod and Reel
AND RELAX
For Your Health and Pleasure
SHRIBER'S FISHING
TACKLE SHOP
517 West Ave., M. B. Ph. 6-1923
OPEN EVENINGS
GREEN TO SPEAK NEXT
FRIDAY NIGHT IN MIAMI
Congressman Lex Green will
speak in Bayfront Park. MmmL
Friday night. Green, runner-up
to Millard Caldwrll in the first
Democratic primary for Oove-
nor. received 14.000 votes in
Dade county placing him second
only to Senator Graham. Speak-
ing over the radio in Miami Sat-
urday, Lex Green praised the
program which Senator Graham
had proposed in his campaign
and expressed the confidence
that the good people of Dade
county and South Florida would
"co along with him." The Peo-
ple's Candidate, who has served
the people of his native state for
30 years, declared he was fight-
ing the fight of the people as
opposed to those financial in-
terests and monopolies seeking
to control Tallahassee. When
announcing his first major
speech in the second primary,
Congressman Green said: "I will
discuss fully these issues, when
I face the good people of Dade
county and South Florida in
Bayfront Park on next Friday."
O. E. S. PAYS TRIBUTE
TO MOTHERS LAST NITE
Emunah Chapter No. 175 O. E.
S., honored all mothers at their
meeting last night at the Scottish
Rite Temple. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman spoke on "Mntv
Sidney H. F-almcr sanglS" ,
vocal selections accompanioH m
the piano by Mrs. Henry r1'1
A token of remembr7n.ee
given each mother attendff
Refreshments were se.rvr.ri--
the lobby of the bwg?J*
Morris Frank, worthy n-.tr!
and Mrs. Etta Davidoff WoS
matron, as hosts. worthy
THE
OLD MILL
Formerly the
Flower Pot
3535 S. W. 8th St
"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"
MOTHER'S
DAY
SUNDAY, MAY 14th
"ORCHIDS ARE
EXPRESSIVE"
WE DELIVER
PHONE 4 8-1010
STATISTICS: "Seven out of ten wives survive
their husbands. Selection of a family lot thus
falls upon the wife."
The husband who purchases before necessity
arises spares his wife the task at a moment when
grief and sorrow make a study of prices and
values unlikely.
If you are disturbed by a cemetery problem of
any nature, please feel free to consult our Direc-
tor, Rabbi S. M. Machtei.
PHONE 3-3720
MOUNT NEBO
FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL
BURIAL ESTATES
^MrWWrWMpVWI
Flagler St. Bridge
Phone 2-0519
2790 N. W. 17th Avenue
Phone 2-3105
Sunday, May 14th
BEFORE YOU FORGET
CALL UP ONE OF OUR STORES
AND WIRE HER A REMEMBRANCE
SHE WILL APPRECIATE THE SENTIMENT
The Exotic Gardens
Incorporated
607 Lincoln Road. M. B. Miami and Miami Beach., Florida
Phone 5-2961
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FUNERAL HOME
"SERVING THE JEWISH COMMTtnitv
PHONE 9-2664 -a friend in need- M
2008 W. FLAGLER
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
1M N. W. 7th t. w. 7*
t or* for chronic al<*. co"
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PAGE THREE
\Appreciate
THE EXPRESSION OF
CONFIDENCE GIVEN ME
BY THE VOTERS OF
DADE COUNTY IN
SELECTING ME AS
THEIR REPRESENTATIVE
IN THE LEGISLATURE
George S.
O'Kell
PUBLIC NOTICE
We Have
Re opened Our
Package Dept.
THIS IS NO GAG!!!
ZISSEN'S
BOUIERV
1749 N. MIAMI AVE.
Miami's Super Funhouse
PHONE 3-7800
sponsoring a program for Cath-
olic service men at Gesu Church
Sunday. Father Florence Sulli-
rvan will preside, and artists
will include Mr. and Mrs. Za-
dorin, Russian dancers; Ethel
Baron, guitarist; Toby Fishman
recitations; Doris Farbcr, orien-
tal dances, with Kurt Wellisch
at the piano.
PROGRAM TO BE HELD
WITH MR. PUSHKOFF
A Lag B'Omer celebration
will take place in the garden of
Mr. P. Pushkoff, 1130 s. W. 9th
St., on Sunday, May 14th. at
3:30 p. m. under the sponsorship
of the Tarbuth League,
An interesting program in He-
brew and English has been ar-
ranged. Refreshments will be
served.
Among the participants will
be A. P. Cannes, director of tin-
Bureau of Jewish Education; D.
Friedman of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center and others.
Lovers of Hebrew and then-
friends are cordially invited.
DR. SABSHIN LECTURES
TO SPINOZA SATURDAY
Dr. Z. I. Sashbin will give the
second lecture on the human
body this Saturday afternoon,
at 3 o'clock at the Spinoza For-
um, meeting under the canopy
on the lawn of the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson. 11th St.. be-
tween Collins and Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach. Dr. Sabshin will
speak on "The Blood and Blood
Pressure."
PROBUS CLUB OUTING FRIDAY REVIEW MEETS
HELD LAST WEEK-END TODAY AT BEACH Y
The Probus Club outing orig-
inally scheduled for the week-
end of April 29th and postponed j
because of inclement weather,'
was held this past Saturday and j
Sunday. Over twenty members |
of the club participated in the ]
outing held on the flats of Cape
Florida, enthusiastically received
by all attending.
Next meeting or the club will
be held Tuesday noon at the Ur-
mey Hotel.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
SELECTD NEW NAME
Amity Chaptei of B'nai B'rith
Young Women was the name
selected by a newly formed
group at a meeting held last
Thursday, at the Miami Beach
Y. Young women over 21 Tire
eligible for membership, and
their program will follow simi-
lar projects of B'nai B'rith youth
groups and auxiliaries. Mr.
William Kesselman. director of
Hillel Foundation ?.t the Univer-
sity of Miami, was guest speak-
er, discussing the work in prog-
ress at the local Hillel house.
The Friday Review, sponsored
by Women's Division American
Jewish Congress, will meet on
Friday, May 12, at 1:45 p. m. at
the Y.M.H.A. building, 1 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Using
the theme, "We are betrayed by
what is false within," Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein will review two re-
cent novels which deal with
basic problems of American de-
mocracy. "Treason" by Robert
Gessner and "Grass Roots" by
Earl Schenk Miers.
Reviews are open to the pub-
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war activities of the local Con-
gress Chapter.
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Miami Jewish Ortnodox Sister-
hood will hold a regular meet-
ing Tuesday, May 18, at 2 p. m.
at the synagogue. 590 S. W. 17th
Avenue. Mrs. Joe Zalis, presi-
dent, asks that all members be'
present and transact important
matters to come before the or-
ganization.
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a reception will follow. An open
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St.
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-TIDBITS FROM
FRIDAY, MAY 12. i944
AN INTERESTING CHANGE
An interesting slory came from London last weekthe story
of two refugees from Germany who protested against the fail-
ure of the British press to refer to them as Jews. The two Jew-
ish refugees, Drs. Kurt Wallersteiner and Hans Enoch, discov-
ered an anti-infection drug, known as vivicillin, which can be
manufactured commercially both abundantly and inexpensive-
ly. But in hailing their discovery as one of the great scientific
contributions to the war effort, the British press merely referred
to them as German refugees living in England.
We can understand the resentment of these men. Owing
their eviction from Germany, where their ancestors had been
living for centuries, to the fact that they are Jews it was psy-
chologically revolting to them to have their Jewish origin con-
cealed in their very hour of triumph in the land that gave them
haven and shelter.
But there is a deeper significance to this incident. It mir-!
rors the profound change which has been taking place in the'
hearts, minds and souls of the Jewish intelligenzia throughout
the world. There was a time, stimulated by false concepts of
emancipation, when the Jewish scientist, scholar, thinker, edu-
cator and artist lived in a world aloof and apart from his Jewish
environment, when detachment from Jewishness and the an-
cient well was a sign of progress and when the ability to trans-
cend the national, cultural and religious demarcations was a |
portent and symbol of the coming of the New Age. But in the
crucible of the war many concepts have been undergoing
processes of transvaluation. The dignity of the individual,
which Hitlerism so ruthlessly seeks to suppress, is reasserting
itself in countless manifestations. Concepts of uniformity
national, religious, cultural, artistic and socialare yielding to
concepts of a higher brotherhood of man based on the principle
of agreement and understanding within a world of diversified
cultural, religious and national outlooks. There is an ever
growing realization among all thinking men that the salvation
of the world does not rest on uniformity but unity. It was the
recognition of this truth, consciously or otherwise, which
prompted the two Jewish scientists in London to claim acknowl-
edgment of their Jewishnessit was the recognition that men
making contributions to the sum total of human progress do so
both as individuals and as members of the group whose cul-
ture they imbibed through the ages. Such an outlook leads to
distinctionnot extinction.
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campaign in the market place
and in the forum in order that
the freedom for which our fath-
ers fought and for which our
children are fighting shall not
perish from the new world.
Henry Monsky. of Omaha, na-
tional president of B'nai Brim
who introduced Justice Murphy,
proposed a five-point program of
aftion to bring home to the
American people the "vicious-
ncss and the dangers of subvers-
ive propaganda" by "hate-mon-
gers.'
Warning that all efforts "to
promote racial or religious pre-,
judice must be militantly chal-
lenged" by measures reaching
"to every level of our society," (
Mr. Monsky pointed out that
"many are led astray not be-
cause of any personal or inhcr-!
ent viciousness or malintent. but i
because of naivete or ignorance
of the issues involved."
Specifically, the president of
B'nai Brith proposed:
1: "Let us arm them with the
weapon of understanding;" 2.
"Let us tell them the truth about
this menace;" 3 "Let us teach
them how to recognize the symp-1
toms of this dread social mal-1
ady;" 4 "Let us tear aside the
veil of deception, usually in the i
form of a super-patriotic slogan I
or a high-sounding statement of'
purpose so frequently used to
cover up this nefarious pur-
pose;" 5 "Let us show the con-
tributions of each i'f the diversi-
fied cultural, religious and rac-
ial groups to the composite cul-
ture and welfare of America."
Other speakers at the intcr-
faith session were Mrs. Franklin
D. Roosevelt, who read a mes-
sage from President Roosevelt;
and Senator Alfred M. Cohen,
honorary presidnl of B'nai B'rith
who dedicated on behalf of B'nai
Brith a service flag in honor of1
over 22.000 members of B'nai'
B'rith and its youth affiliates I
who are in the armed forces and |
in memory of 177 members who
have been killed in the war or
arc missing in action.
Mrs. Roosevelt received from
a delegation of B'nai B'rith Wo-
men a plaque to be hung in the:
recreation room furnished by'
the B'nai Both Women of Wash-
ington. D. C. and the B'nai B'rith !
National War Service Committee |
as part of B'nai B'rith's national j
war service program. This re- i
creation room, the 825th of its \
kind equipped by B'nai B'rith for
the army and navy in 42 states, I
is for the men attached to the
White House Barracks.
Addressing a previous session
of the convention, Sigmund Liv-
ingston, founder and chairman of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, declared that the
attitude concerning the Jew of
a considerable segment of the
American public, "is the direct
result of the German pre-war
propaganda which, in the expen-
diture of money and in volume,
exceeds any effort along these
lines in all of history."
Charging that Nazi propagan-
da constituted in effect an in-
vasion of America "by the vil-
est propaganda of hate for the
purpose of tearing down the dem-
ocratic principles of our country
and destroying our unity." Mr.
Livingston asserted that "native
hate mongers were apt students
and carried on the program" of
the Nagi propagandists. He em-
phasized that while the Ameri-
can organizations which adopted
the Nazi propaganda line had
disbanded "at least outwardly
after Pearl Harbor." "the propa-
ganda was continued underground
by native converts."
The B'nai B'rith has spent $1 -
000,000 on war service activi-
ties since Pearl Harbor and has
contributed $200,000 towards the
organization's national war ser-
vice projects, it was reported by
Mr. Monsky, addressing the op-
ening session of the convention
which was attended by 237 del-
egates from 41 states and four
Canadian provinces.
ANNUAL MEETING OF
LAUDERDALE TEMPLE
The annual congregational
meeting of Temple Emanu-El
of Ft. Lauderdale, will take
place Monday, May 15, at 8 p m
at the synagogue, 1801 S. And-
rews Ave.
tfMctfy 6cHtgldenjU(d
____________________By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
STRANGS BUT TRUE .
A certain OWI staff member, at the time stationed in Spain
made some vigorous and frank statements agaist the Franco
regime, calling attention to a number of disgraceful acts com-
mitted against Jewish refugees The Franco government
complained to the American Ambassador The Ambassador
asked the OWI man whether he was Jewish That gentle
man, who has a very Irish-sounding name, told our Anibas
sador that he was helf-Jewish Whereupon the Ambassador
whom, as you may know, many liberals in this country criti-
cize for his friendly relations with Francoadvised the Wash-
ington office of the OWI not to send Jews to Spain as its repre-
sentatives in the future The irony of the incident lies in the
fact that the OWI gentleman with the Irish name is not even
one-sixteenth Jewish, but a full-fledged Aryan according to the
strictest Hitlerite code ... He merely wanted to test the quality
of American democracy.
WE'RE TELLING YOU ...
The recent established Free German Committee, of which
the distinguished theological scholar Dr. Paul Tillich is the
chairman, is meeting up with some stormy weather r>
Tillich, an American citizen now, and a true liberal, will be at-
tacked for bad timing It's bad strategy to plead for a soft
peace for Germany on the eve of the opening of a second front.
The privately circulated Kiplinger news letter goes a bit too
far when it announces that it will take six weeks to secure a
footing for the invading troops of the second front How, asks
a correspondent from Chicago, does Mr. Kiplinger know? ... A
commercial air line between Odessa and Tel Aviv is planned
for right after the war Huge 100-passenger planes of the
Maxim Gorki type will be used, we are told.
THIS AND THAT .
Monroe Goldwater, chairman of the Greater New York
United Jewish Appeal, has long been active in UJA and other
philanthropic efforts His interest in such endeavors dates
from his early childhood, when his mother served as president
of the first Jewish aid society to be established in the Bronx
Army officers stationed at Fort Dix are enjoying some enviable
rations nowadays Mess steward in charge of their meals
is Private Paul Grossinger, whose mama, Jennie, of the Cats-
kill "Grossingers," has trained him well in the art of providing
fare for hundreds Note to housewives remiss in the salvag-
ing of waste fats: In Naziland a prize of a cake of soap s
being offered to housewives who bring in 11 pounds of bones.
The only thing that bothers us about that news concerning the
70-year-old Rudolf Messerschmidt of Jerusalem who now wants
to change his name to Spitfire is the question of why it took
him so long to get around to it.
LITERARY DEPARTMENT .
Pierre Van Paassen's "The Forgotten Ally," has now passed
the 100,000 markthe best proof you can want that there is
tremendous interest in Jewish Palestine There's a new au-
thor a-budding in playwright Edward ("Decision") Chodorov's
house Maintaining his family's literary tradition, Edward's
young son, aged nine, has just completed the biographies of
Hitler and Tojo ... He calls them tragi-comedies ... We don't
know anything specific about the library of Benjamin (depart-
ment store) Gimbel, Jr., but apparently it must be something ...
It seems that the Gimbel home at Germantown, Pa., was visited
by housebreakers not long ago But instead of stealing any-
thing, they mersly left an expanatory note: "All we wanted
to do was read your books ."
THEATRE WORLD .
Just before the opening of the late Max Reinhardt's produc-
tion of "Helen Goes to Troy," Gottfried Reinhardt, co-author of
the American version, visited his father's grave The show is
a smash hit The outstanding success of this year's Ballet
Theatre season is "Fancy Free," a sprightly bit of dancing to
music by Leonard Bernstein, the rising young composer and
conductor Leonard has been swinging the baton for all the
''Fancy Free" performances Bandleader Ray Sinatra (cous-
in of Frank, if you want to know) claims to be "the only kid
that ever received an honorary bar mitzvah, for work done for
a Boston synagogue," Harry Hershfield confides ... Did you
know that when Charlie Chaplin first went to Hollywood, way
back when, he dreamed of playing great dramatic roles such
as Romeo? ... So we gather, at least, from Lewis Jacobs' "The
Rise of the American Film."
ABOUT PEOPLE .
General Pierre Koenig, commander-in-chief of the Free
French troops in Italy, is an Alsatian Jew ... He was the hero
of the famous battle of Bir-Hakim in the African desert
Henry Torres' France's greatest criminal lawyera Jew, as
you know, and a refugee in this countrytraces his family's
residence in France back four centuries ... He will take the
first available plane back to France Ella Winter, wife of
Donald Ogden Stewart, is leaving for Russia any day now,
as a newspaper correspondent One of the important water
color exhibitions sponsored by the Associated American Art-
ists is featuring the work of Elias Newman, whose paintings
now include American and Mexican an well as Palestinian
scenes If, as some predict, former New York State Solicitor
general Henry Epstein becomes New York City's next mayor,
he will have one of the prime requisites for a successful tenure
ot oince and very capablyserved Mayor LaGuardia in that capacity.
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1944
FRIDAY:MAY_12:
face Facts

Rv Alexander F. Millrr
riorida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
,,-,k the political campaign
Wfinf at a furious pace it
deve render that some zealous
^SLurded supporters of one
a Se or another use unfair
can, s n order to try to elect
"C" Mud slinging and whisper-
h?rampaiBns have for many
*Lbeen a part-although an
SrtunaU-onc^f the Ameri-
5ffwfSSw none of the
^,Hates who are now running
rtfee are anything other
*.n fine outstanding citizens
TJihhf grounded in the
Kan tradition of religious
fedom. any proponents of
Jfcandidates for public office
Slid come to you and ask you
St,, vote for his opponent be-
lle he is anti-Semitic, anti-
oSwlic anti-capital, anti-labor
antianything don t accept his
Itement blandly and with full
wnfifcncc. It's a safe rule to
demand that facts be presented
cuch as time, place, and persons
present in support of his state-
fe are constantly exerting ef-
forts, nationally, to prevent the
use of group stresses as a weapon
I of political maneuvers. The
American voter is entitled to
how of any biases and deep
rooted prejudices that might
make it impossible for a candi-
date to represent all of the peo-
ple. By the same token, the
candidate is entitled to protec-
tion against whispers and rum-
ors germinated by political op-
ponents. It's bad enough when
others do it, but let's not our-
selves make ourselves a cam-
paign issue.
*,Jewistifk)rkMan
PAGE FIVE
OBITUARIES
BENNETTE PEARLMAN
Bennette Pearlman, 64, died
early Thursday at his home. 1330
Flamingo v/ay, where he had
lived for the past eight years,
coming from New York city. He
is survived by his widow. Mrs.
Rose Pearlman, and two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ada Oretsky, and Mrs
Rita Hoffman, all of Miami
Beach.
Services were held at River-
side Memorial chapel at 12 p. m.
Friday, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
of Beth Jacob synagogue, offici-
ating. Burial was in Miami
Jewish cemetery, Woodlawn.
SAMUEL DUBIN
Samuel Dubin, C5, died Satur-
day morning in a local hospital.
He had been a resident of Miami
Beach for the past 12 years, com-
ing here from Brooklyn, N. Y.,
where he had been a manufac-
turer of heating repair parts.
He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Ethel Dubin; one daughter,
Miss Rachel Dubin, and three
sons, Sol, Morris, and Benjamin,
all of Miami Beach. Riverside
Memorial chapel sent the body
to New York city for services
and burial.
V. M. (Newt) Hudson
l with to express
my deepest grati-
tude to the hun-
dreds of loyal
nends who work-
ed so faithfully
in my behalf in
the Primary of
'' i/ 2nd for
CONSTABLE
IN
DISTRICT ONE
My pledge now Is
as before: To ex-
li'nd myself to the
limit of my capa-
I" 'Mi to assure every citizen in
w district a square deal when
i"! services of the Constable's
"ice are needed.
I earnestly solicit the support of
and new.found friends in
mining my majority in the run-
ttiir rlfiiT' and Pre"'ve of
i. ,c?",ldtnce '", my ability to
idL.V "mmumy a business
KKf\tL0n. ln ever* i"tnce.
. m i" n,v opponent is a
"" of sterling character, I urge
2d iH,BP0r,,'ri ,0 cons.der this
J intL.',", '" their ef,ort '"
* e^t,V.t ,or moment until
"' election is won.
1.1. (Newt) Hudson
a I Ailv.
TOBIN IS RE-ELECTED
HEAD CHILD'S HOME
At the annual election of offi-
cers of the National Children's
Cardiac home, Charles S. Tobin,
founder-president, was re-elect-
ed president for the sixth con-
secutive year.
The home, located at 3250
West Flagler st.. provides care
for children afflicted with rheu-
matic fever and rheumatic heart
disease.
Other officers were elected as
folows: First vice president,
Mrs. Oscar Frankcl; 2nd vice
president, Harry Saffer; 3rd vice
president, A. J. Tobin; financial
secretary, Mrs. Janette K. Jac-
obs; recording secretary, Mrs.
Joseph Williamson; correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. Samuel Ros-
enberg.
Added to the board as trus-
tees were: Mrs. Harry Saffer,
Morris Bcrick, David Phillips.
Joseph M. Rose.
OPERATIC TENOR WILL
APPEAR IN 2 RECITALS
TO
PEOPLE Of STATE
Tallahassee. Without even
a pause, Millard Caldwell, can-
didate for governor, is again car-
rying his message direct to the
people over the state, trying to
personally contact as many as
possible and leaving his message
in every locality.
"There is no change in my
program," said Caldwell. "What
I have offered the people is my
well considered plan for Florida
as far as it is possible to fore-
see events. My campaign in
this second lap of the race for
governor is exactly the same as
the first and I shall conduct it
in the same way. I have m;-<'
no promise of a political job and
I have made no trade for votes.
I shall make none. My adminis-
tration must be what I stated it
would be many weeks agoa
sound common-sense ___ busi-
ness-like administration of state
government."
Another point which Caldwell
stressed was that he would con-
tinue to ignore mud-slinging. "I
will engage in no mud-slinging
or character attacks against my
opponent, and I will continue to
carry the campaign direct to the
individual citizens and voters."
"More than 112.000 people be-
lieved me in the first primary,"
he said, "and I feel that thou-
sands of others who supported
other candidates will turn to me
for the same reason in the sec-
ond. I hope they all vote."
King Niesen, operatic tenor of
the New York stage, will be pre-
sented in two recitals at the
Miami Woman's club on Sunday
and Thursday at the Miami
Beach Hitjh School auditorium.
Mr. Niesen will present the
works of old and modern Jew-
ish composers. He has made ap-
ii in., column m conuucteU by the
Greater Miami JewlHh Federation ln
cooperation with The JewlHh Klorld-
lan as a community service. To Inform
the community of your organIzatlon'a
activities and to avoid connicta In
dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for
"Community Calendar." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
pearances during the past 15
years both in this country and
abroad. For the past eight
months he has been touring the
country and gave a recital at
Jacksonville, the forty-seventh
city in his itinerary. He has
sung the service as cantor at
many Army camps, including
Sheppard Field, Tex., where his
eldest son is stationed as a glid-
er instructor.
Niesen has sung in Warsaw.
Vilno, Paris, Brussels, Antwerp,
Amsterdam and London.
Monday, May 15th
Miami lii-ach Jewish Center Sis-
terhood, regular meeting, Miami
Beach Jewish Center, 8 D. m.;
Jewish Study Group, ages 14 to IS,
sponsored by the bureau of Jewish
Kduc.itIon in cooperation with the
Town Y, 1567 S. W. 5th St.. 7:30
to S:30 p. m.
Tuesday, May 16th
rladassah, Miami Chapter, Jewish
National Spring Party, Wofford
Hotel, 2 p. in.
Wednesday. May 17th
Jewish Study Group, ages 14 to>
is, sponsored by the Bureau of
.! wish Kduratlon In cooperation
with the Beach V, 1 Lincoln Road.
s to 'j.Xit p. m.; I'.'lh Hnvld Sister-
hood mi-i-ttng, Beth David, 2:30 p.
m.; Work men's Circle Branch No.
692. regular membership meeting,
S.30 p. m.
Thursday, May 18th
Meeting of Sunday School teach-
er's group sponsored by the Bu-
reau of Jewish Bducatlon. Beth
David, s-.?.o.
Monday, May 22nd
Business ana Professional Worn-
en's Division of llad.'issah. Beach
Y. X :i" p, m ; Bureau of Jewish
Education, board of directors meet-
ing. S::i p. m.. Beth David Audi-
torium: Jewish Study Group, age*i
14 to IS. sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Bducatlon In cooperation
with the Town Y, 1567 S. W. 6th
St.. 7:SO to 9:30 p. m.'

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and promptly. Immediate jobs must be
provided for them.
Millard Caldwell. veteran o! World
War L able attorney, experienced and
respocted in public life, is best qualified
to solve these problems.
Your children must have the best
schools and highly trained, well-paid
teachers. Their welfare demands this.
Millard Caldwell is experienced in
school affairs. He is pledged to a real
school improvement program Mil
higher wages for teachers. Mrs. Cold-
well is also experienced in this field.
She was the first woman county super-
intendent of schools in the State of
Virginia.
You and your family must be assured
of a prosperous, secure future in a
prosperous state where industry, busi-
ness and agriculture are flourishing on
a solid and growing basis.
Millard Caldwell has the knowledge
and ability to help speed Florida's de-
velopment along these lines. He will
give Florida a business admimstrcmon
based on genuine economy and effi-
ciency in government. He will encour-
age sound development of business, m-
dustry. agriculture and our tourist trade.
LETS CHOOSE A GOVERNOR
we will be proud of four years
from now. Anybody can make
promises, but only a man with a
record of no political promises
and no political trades can be
depended upon to make us a
Governor of whom we will be
just as proud on his last day in
office as his first. Let's continue
to maintain a sound, stable, bus-
iness-like government in Florida.
MILLARD CALDWELL
On Tuesday, May 23
Sound Qovvmment 9h aj* Jfandi!

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PAGE SIX
Home Camp Opens June 12
At the last meeting of the
board of directors of the Y. M. &
W. H. A. of Miami Beach, approv-
al was given to the plans of the
home camp committee to con-
duct a day camp on the grounds
of the Beach "Y" this summer.
Serving on the committee are
Mrs. Carl Susskind. chairman.
Leo Huberman, Mrs. Edward
Weinstein and Dr. M. Cirlin.
Boys and girls between the
ages of 5 and 14 years will en-
roll for a program of games, dra-
matics, singing, dancing, arts
and crafts, athletics, swimming
and many other activities. The
season will run for nine weeks,
commencing Monday, June 12.
and ending Friday, August 11.
Rates will be $7 per week for
"Y" members and $8 per week
for non-members. Registration
for iriembera Will open Monday,
May 22. Non-members will be
able to register beginning with
Monday, May 29th. Round-trip
transportation will be $1 per
week extra.
Wholesome, nutritious lunches
according to dietary laws, will
be served at noon time and there
will be a milk line in mid-after-
noon.
If you are anvious to nave
your child spend an enjoyable,
constructive vacation, u n d e r
competent, qualified supervision
make arrangements for him or
her to attend the "Y" home camp.
Call the "Y" office, 5-6371. for
further information.
Board Praises Rosenstein
The board also passed a reso-
lution commending Alfred B.
Rosenstein, chairman of the
committee which recently con-
ducted a most successful bazaar
and carnival on the grounds
of the "Y". The resolution stat-
ed that the board was indebted
to Mr. Rosenstein for his self-
sacrificing service and untiring
devotion in seeing a job well
done. It lauded him further for
Ins able generalship in coordin-
WE. the friends and
neighbors of Lex Green
who know him best,
endorse him for Gov-
ernor to our fellow cit-
izens of Florida
WE VOTED IN BRAD-
FORD COUNTY AS
FOLLOWS:
FOR LEX GREEN 1997
FOR ALL 5 OTH-
ER GOVERNOR
CANDIDATES 567
Join with us to elect Lex Green Governor of Florida"The
All Florida People's Candidate.'' He is the best qualified and
will keep the faith. He is not sponsored by the big-monied in-
terests and has refused donations from them. He has no slush
fund. His character and honesty are unquestioned. He un-
derstands Florida's problems and has the wisdom, judgment
and honesty to serve as Governor. As Governor he will serve
the poor and needy, as well as the rich. With him. all are
equal in Government. He has accomplished more for Florida
in the Congress than any other Congressman. His ability
has been recognized and highly commended by many of our
Nation's leaders. House Democratic Leader McCormack re-
cently said of this outstanding Floridian:
JOHN W. McCORMACK
12th Dist. Massachusetts
EUGENE T. KINNALY
Secretary
Office oi the Majority Leader
House oi Representatives U. S.
Washington. D. C.
Honorable Lex Green. December 18. 1943
Assistant Democratic Whip
House of Representatives.
Washington. D. C.
Dear Lex:
I take this opportunity in the doting days of thii Session of
Congress to extend to you my deep appreciation for your whole-
hearted co-operation with me for the enactment of legislation for
the advancement of our nation and particularly for your support
of our Government'* war effort.
Numerous war establishments in your state and vast expendi-
tures of *jr funds in Florida stand as a lasting monument to your
achievements, but beyond and above this, you have worked dili-
gently and unselfishly with your Administration for the general
high achievements which our nation has made in war production
and in actual combat. You have done your full part and your state
should be proud of this matchless record.
Your courage, ability and experience is recognized by your
aasignment on eight regular standing committees, including a
chairmanship, which is more than held by any other member. In
addition to these high committee assignments you have made a
record in the length of time served and upon your actual accom-
plishments as Assistant Party Whip. These capacities of respon-
sibility and leadership did not come by accident but came a*
result of your abiilty, character and actual merit. Your devotion
to duty, rugged honesty and sincerity at all times has won for you
the confidence and the esteem of the entire House membership.
We have at all times been able to depend upon you in the
enactment of legislation to preserve the security, freedom and
liberty of our people and nation. Your twenty years' service here
has been during a period of our nation's greatest history and I
dare say that no other Congressman can Justly point to achieve-
ments greater than yours. Your excellent and constructive expe-
rience presents to the people of Florida the opportunity of your
wise counsel ahd experienced leadership durinq the years to come.
With kind personal regards, I am
Sincerely, your friend,
JOHN W. McCORMACK.
Majority Leader.
Florida will lose the able services of Lex Green in Congress
because the office of Congressman-At-Large has been abol-
ished.
LEX GREEN'S RADIO SCHEDULE
Thursday. May 11 .......7:45 P. M.
Monday, May 15.......................... 7:45 P. M.
Wednesday. May 17........................10:00 A. M.
Thursday. May 18 ......................-..-......... 7:45 P. M.
Monday. May 22 ... ........7:46 P.M.
Tuesday. May 23 ...----- .......... ...10K *. M.
OVER STATIONS WPDQ, WFTL. WRUF, WTFP, WWPG, WDLP,
WTAL. WLOF. WOAE, WAAC, WLAK
LET'S ELECT LEX GREEN GOVERNOR
(Paid For by Citizens of Bradford County)
9-JewlstFlcrkHari
ating the activities of the many
sub-committees working on the
event.
Resolutions were also passed
thanking Rudy Adler, Sol Levy.
President Harry Zukernick and
Executive Director Jack P. Mar-
ash, for their services in connec-
tion with the bazaar and carni-
val.
Young Judaeans Celebrate
Last Sunday 4G boys and Kirls
belonging to the three Young Ju-
i daean groups at the *Y ceie-
I brated Lag B'Omer with a picnic
and field day at Greynolds par..
A most delightful day was
spent claying games, swimming
and boating. After a perfect
gastronomical weanie roast, the
group gathered in a circle and
sang many lovely Hebrew and
Palestinian songs. The day W88
concluded with a series oi races,
in which the following bovs and
girls won: In the mosquito-
weight race for boys. Norman
Litowitz finished first, with Don
Goldman and Gerald Moss fin-
ishing second and third, re-
spectively. In the middle-weight
event Mark Weiselbera was the
winner, with Kenneth Klein and
Richard Hormck finishing be-
hind him. In the heavy-weight
boys' division. Billy Goldman
proved the fastest runner. Larry
Landy finishing second, and Jack
Furman finishing third.
The girls also had some very
thrilling races. In the fly-
wVight class Mailene Pleniek
crossed the finish line first, with
Sandra Bloom and Adele Bass
trailing her. In the paper-
weight race Ellen Bass was the
fleetest, with Carol Warshaw
and Mania Frankel coming ain
in second and third places. The
most graceful race ended the
program with the pin-up girls
sprinting nimbly down the fair-
way Nimblest proved to be
Hannah Diamond, while Ruth
Falk and Mae Morgenstern took
honors for second and third, re-
spectively.
All the boys and girls who
finished in first, second or third
contests were rewarded with
War Savings Stamps.
The ride home from the park
was enjoyed too. The boys and
girls hailed all pedestrians on
the road and their gay laughter
was infectious. It was a tired,
but happy group of youngsters
who returned to the "Y" in the
late afternoon.
OPEN HOUSE" WILL BE
HELD AT CHILD'S HOME
Dade Chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Home will
hold "open house to all mem-
bers and friends at their Home
Grounds. 4850 West Flagler St
Miami, on Sunday May 14th
from 3 to 5 p. m. In keeping with
Mothers Day, Miss Lenore,
teacher of dramatics, has pre-
pared a special program, in
which the following pupils will
appear: Corrine Feuer, Gene
Marie Lyons, Peggy Jester. Ani-
ta Feinberg and Jean Snitgen.
Mrs. Gary Glatt and her com-
mittee are in charge of refresh-
ments.
ARBEITER RING WILL
HEAR B.I.E. DIRECTOR
A. P. Gannes, executive direc-
tor of the Buieau of Jewish
Education, will address the Ar-
beiter Ring Branch No. 692. on
Sunday evening, May 14, at
8:30 o'clock.
A lecture will take place at
the organization's lyceum. 25
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Mr. Gannes will have as his
subject "Sholem Aleichem'g Gel-
eehter." and will discuss the
highlights of the life of the
Jewish Mark Twain.
FRIDAY, MAY 12. i LEGAL NOTICES
RAINBOW
GARDENS
FLOWERS
FOR
MOTHER'S DAY
SUNDAY. MAY 14th
Successors To
GREER NURSERY
4200 N. W. 37th Avenue
2313 N.W. 36th St.78-1449
5530 N.W.21st Are.7-2845
840 N.E.79th St.7-3542
WE DELIVER
I WANT MY MILK
CHASTAIN FOR SHERIFF
OFFICES ON THE BEACH
Max Singer, active civic work-
er on Miami Beach, announced
his acceptance as executive di-
rector ol the Miami Beacn-Chas-
tain-for-Shcriff campaign. He
will be assisted by James Boy-
kin another well known Beachite.
Beach headquarters for Chastain
were opened at 1121 Washington
Avenue, opposite the City Hall.
From the outset of his cam-
paign for election as sheriff of
Dade county, R. B. Chastain stat-
ed from every platform and over
the radio that he is "qualified by
experience to "serve all of the
people of Dade county, be they
rich of poor. Protestant, Catho-
lic or Jew, or of high or low es-
tate. As he opened his second
primary bid for the nomination
this week Chastain did more than
that; he brought into detail his
program for conducting the
state's highest law enforcement
office, not with empty cam-
paign promises, but with a defin-
ite plan to insure the maximum
safety to every citizen.
This program includes estab-
lishment of a complete "crime
.laboratory," for the detection
and prevention of crime, an ade-
quate road patrol to insure safe-
ty, appointment of women dep-
uties to take care of juvenile
problems and matters pertaining
to women, classes of instruction
for law enforcement officers and
selection of deputies from all of
the communities, to insure more
prompt service and protection in
both civil and criminal matters.
"I have made a careful and
detailed scrutinization of the
background, record and associa-
tions of Mr. Chastain during his
many years as an office holder,"
Mr. Singer said. "The results
prove to me conclusively that
Mr. Chastain is the man quali-
fied to be our next sheriff. He
is friendly to everyone and con-
scientious in carrying out his
duties. He, by his past perform-
ances has acknowledged that he
can both enforce the letter ol
the law, as well as its intent."
A large group of citizens from
all parts of the county have or-
ganized themselves into what
they call the "Chastain Commit-
tee of One Thousand," to pro-
mote his candidacy, but the num-
ber, including some of the most
influential people in the area,
already has grown to many times
that number, if the telephone
calls reaching headquarters can
be taken as an indication, the
Chastain office stated.
NOTICE IS HEREBY (UVpV
the undersigned, deliinK u, th*1
In butilneiui under the rirtiti. *"
of JAYMOR DRUG SI'mV,v ?*ni
Miami. Florida. Intend i,,r,\L, '*'
said name with the Clerk ,'r ,J*r "i
cult Court of Dade Cunt?. KIohh.0'-
nat l.iA'rrr
MAX It. SILVER ','""- UBVtTl
Attorney for Applicant
4/14-21-28 5/3-12
NOTICE IS HEREBY QrVaJTZl
the undersigned, deslrlns uC~LSH
In business under the f|,.,i,|" '?"?
of SOUTHERN LACQU. ,'," vSS
INOS CO.. at 817 N. f '"'"-
Miami, Florida Intend to rJfftoftfc
Mid DUN with the ClerS STS?
Circuit Court of Dade County fw."
IRA LEVY "**>
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
4/14-21-28 5/.-.-12
Notice Is hereby given Ih-,i ...
derslK,,..,. deslrtni E2 MWU.
ness under the flctlil.,,,., n!" *"':
ROYAL MANUFACTURING en* rS.
FLA. at 2214 N. Miami Ase M, f
Florida, Intends to regtstei -. m ,?'
In the office of the Clerk ol h, ri?
cult Court of Dade County Ptoriai
JAMBS w SlaKEr
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN801' "*'"',
Attorney for Applicant.
4/28.'./5-12-19-26
Notice Is hereby given thieMhT^T
derslcned. desiring to engage in
ness under the fictitious n.im- f
HER8HBYS AUTO KKRVICE
W. Flagler Btreet, Miami, piortdT
Intends u, register said name m ih^
office of the Clerk of the rw5
Court .if I >,,<:. County, Florida
HERMAN GLANTZ,
4/28 5/5-I2-18-26_________*''" ""n'r-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tilt
the undersigned, desiring to encin
In business under the Mctltloun
of ALBION BLUE ROOM m J0|
coin Road, .Miami II, :,, |, !;,,.,],
intend to register Ihe -a d .-
i with the clerk of the circuit i
, of Dade County, Florida
JOE BRENNER
MOE BRBNMRR
MAX FLEISHMAN
JEROME FLEISHMAN
SEYMOUR PI IRISHMAN
MYERS HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applli ants
. s/o-is-if-iaa i
Notice Is hereb) given thai the un-
dersigned, desiring to engage In
ness under the fh lltloui name >f
ROYAL PRODUCTS CO OP Kl.A
at 22H N Miami AVC Miami, rior.
Ida, Intends to register said name m
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I hide Countv, Florida
JAMES w GLAS8ER.
Sole I M .
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
w/!2-l-2>i 6/2-9
Notice i.- hereby given that the un-
dersigned, desiring to engage in busi-
ness nuclei- the fictitious name of
BELL COOKIE SHOP at 2MI N W.
12th St., Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name in Hi.- offloi of
the Clerk Of th-- Circuit Court of i
Dade County. Florida
A. CANTOS
Sole Owner
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Appll
'/12-19-26 6/2-9
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rHlDAYj^i^l
KjmMincrtdton
PAGE SEVEN
55 MIA^ J^-NAVY^MMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewiah Federation
GPtA 01 The Jewtah Welfare Board ^^J* u K"P R-cord of Our Men in Service
SERVICE
I.W.V. AUXILIARY HAS
OFFICER INSTALLATION
PARADE!
oMlOT IS PROMOTED
$FULL LIEUTENANCY
.. (ig.) E. Albert Pallet,
.' known in Miami circles
5?. toner assistant attorney
"iLral E been promoted to
ful lieutenancy. He .scon-
aJiS with the Armed Guard
KSfon in command of a gun
22Tm a merchant ship. His
Ee port is Brooklyn. Lt. Pal-
w has been in the service for
? oast H months. His wife
to E Albert Pallot and their
j^hter Roxane. 10 months
SB reside at 432 N E. 25th
iSe. Miami. In a letter to
to Pallot. he mentioned the
finomctcr hit 120 degrees.
H.hasn't seen daughter Roxane
Je she was 5 months old.
Jlhert Borkiru son of Mrs.
iTBorkin, mo N. W. 18th
Place, who has recently re-
ceived his commission as an en-
sim in the United States Navy,
tl] arrive Friday from Chicago,
to spend a furlough with his
nother. Following his sojourn
here, he will go to Ft. Pierce
where he is presently assigned.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretz-
man. 26 15lh St., Miami Beach,
have received word that their
son-in-law, Seymour H. Eni
has been promoted to the rank
of First Lieutenant. Lt. and
Mrs. Evans are living in Char-
lottesville. Virginia, where he
has been stationed. Mrs. Evans
is the former Lillion Peretzman.
Mrs. Frank (Minnie) Kline. 811
N. W. 13th St., Miami, was in-
stalled as president of the La-
'ies Auxiliary Freda Markowitz
ost No 174, Jewish War Veter-
s of the United States at an
staUation luncheon held at the
Urmey Hotel. Tuesday afternoon.
, with the national president, Mrs.
c =====^ I Jessie C. Gnashin of New York.
\JPA^hSfmmSSlnl& JIMMY SULLIVAN SAYS,* ? Ration
' Bfl^SaSC^ I VOTERS ONLY HIS BOSS ***! JSfS? -WSS
nf ff JSSSS i the ran>k qt T --------~. presented with a friendship
, ?L ImLS? R U h'2 command- Smiling Jimmy Sullivan, who j bracelet in appreciation of her
Ho ?! ohoHVnC?K th'S WCek' S aU ?0liUcal Precedent.! services. Other officers installed
Z^A i. *"?.?hce,d,t0 ^ ai*r. co1rP,s I uPent ,W davs visiting his were: Mrs. Isidore Cohen, first
and is now stationed at MacDill host of friends and well-wishers i vice president; Mrs. Rose Borkin.
on Miami Beach. With his ready j second vice president; Mrs. Bet-
smiie and pleasing personality, I ty Alpert, treasurer; Mrs. Nath-
Jimmy Sullivan was high man | an Bronstein, secretary; Mrs.
in me nrst primary. Friends' Philip M. Levi, judge advocate;
and supporters, of other candi- j Mrs. Sarah Augustine, conduct-
Mrs. Saul S.
Lt. (j.g.) William (Bill) Pallot
spent a furlough visiting his
wife, children and family early
this week. Lt. Pallot captains
a boat.
Field, Tampa, awaiting further
assignment.
WELFARE BOARD WILL
HOLD EXAMINATIONS
Members of the District No. 9
Welfare Board today called at-
tention to examinations to be
held by the Merit System Coun-
cil for the purpose of setting up
eligible registers from which sev-
en classes of positions will be
filled by the State Welfare-
Board, the Florida Industrial
Commission and the U. S. Em-
ployment Service in Florida.
The classes for which tests
are to be given were announced
as: District welfare visitor, jun-
ior and senior interviewer, typ-
ist, stenographer, and principal
stenographer Application blanks
may be obtained from the local
dates who did not make the
grade have rallied to Jimmy's
corner. Said Jimmy Sullivan- "I
n,eed i11 Ith? he,P J can *!<-'* I am
glad that the public is with me.
I have promised them that I will
be a good sheriff. I want to
work for the people of Dade
County.
Mrs Jimmy Sullivan has laid
aside her pots and pans until the
campaign is over and is doing
the office work. It's quite a job
lor Mrs. Jimmy because she has i cigarette project for convales-
iwo little girls at home who cent servicemen at military hos-
must get off to school every i pitals.
morning. __________________
amE SaUndiVfhnathisS tTmake' BETH JACOB TO HOLD
unit office, of the District Wei- D*te County a good sheriff, he ITS CLOSING EXERCISES
i L recognizes the wish j --------
h?. ,-,t0lC,iToV'k0^ lhe people and The Beth David Religious
mH Zlt k u Just one boss' schoo1 will hold its closing ex-
f,f nln oss .,S lhe g00d pcPle seises Sunday from 10 a. m. to
lm ,1 CMrf' u "oon in the Beth Jacob School
van has opened building at 311 Washington Ave..
ress; Mrs. Saul S. Sherman,
chaplain: Mrs. Abe Goldman,
trustee; Mrs. Harman Ginsburg,
trustee; Mrs. Nat Roth, trustee;
Mrs. Pauline Verdon, color
bearer; Mrs. Pearl Raidman,
color bearer.
There was also a mass initiation
of new members who joined re- i
cently. Committee chairmen an-!
nounced are: Lillian Soskins. sick
and visiting; Mrs. Ben Ehrlich,
hospitalization; Mrs. Ida LeVine,
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
TO BE HOSTS AT PARTY
Henry Ungerleider, chairman
of the entertainment commit-
tee of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, announces a Lag B'Om-
er party for Saturday evening,
May 13, starting at 9 o'clock at
the Center. Members and their
wives will play mah jongg and
cards, followed by a buffet sup-
per served near midnight.
Religious school ch'ldren of
the Center will gather at 9:45
Sunday morning, May 14th, at
the Center, from where they will
proceed to Grey no Ids Park for
an all-day Lag B'Omer outing.
Sisterhood of Miami Beach
Jewish Center will have its last
meeting of the season, Monday
evening, May 15th, at which
time the election of officers will
take place.
Nominating committee which
will bring in the slate includes:
Besse Hankoff, chairman; Mrs.
Wald, Mrs. Hirsch, Mrs. Klein,
and Mrs. Eisenstein.
A Mother-s Day program will
be presented following the elec-
tion.
Two Miami Beach youths,
George H. Bernstein and Bernard
Applebaum, have reported at the
naval training school at Camp
Macdonough. Plattsburg, N. Y..
and upon completion of the four
month course will be commis-
sioned as ensigns in the naval
Ram
Bernstein attended University
of Miami. His parents, Mr. and
Mrs G. H. Bernstein, sr., reside
at 1211 Meridian avenue.
Applebaum graduated from
Miami Beach High and attended
University of Florida and Penn-
sylvania and Franklin and Mar-
shall college. While at Miami
wach High he was a member of
the football and basketball
teams.
fare Board, any local U. S. Em-
ployment office, or from the
Merit System office, P. O Box
113. Gainesville, Florida.
Although similar examinations
are to be given as often as the
number of applicants warrants,
those who are interested are
urged to make application
promptly, as the first examina-
tions will be administered the
latter part of May.
Those passing the tests, will
be eligible for employment in
either the local or state offices of
the three agencies, as
names are reached on the regis
ter and as vacancies occur.
SENIOR HADASSAH TO
HAVE A SPRING PARTY
Miami Chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will sponsor a spring
card and mah jongg party in be-
half of the Jewish National
Fund on the terrace of the Wof-
ford Hotel, Tuesday, May 16 at
1:30 p. m. Mrs. Joseph Lipton
is chairman, assisted by an able
committee. Admission is $1.00
or the turning in of the blue coin
boxes. Refreshments will be
i served.
The funds raised will be used
for the purchase of land in Pal-
estine.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Lipton. 5-1903
campaign headquarters for Mi-; Miami Beach.
Avenue at ?43 Washinton On the program will be the
OKA FEELS ASSURED
OF ELECTION MAY 23
Kenneth Oka led a long list
of candidates for the office of | body will be followed by greet-
tneir justiCe of the Peace District InRS from Mlss Malvina Weiss,
5, Miami Beach, by a substan-' '
tial majority. The total vote
received by Mr Oka was just a
little short of the necessary ma-
jority to force him in a run-off
on May 23rd. This is Oka s first
occasion in which he seeks pub-
lic office, and he stated his grat-
ification for the splendid sup-
port given him by his many
friends and the voters of Dist-
rict 5.
A letter was received this
eek from Sgt. Sam Kaduon.
nnouneing that he is at pres-
et stationed at Truax Field,
Madison. Wisconsin.
t._ Kadison was assistant
Japlain here to Lt. Harold Gor-
don and was active in Jewish
on Miami Beach. Sgt.
Udan is serving in the same
gwty, assistant chaplain, at
40 present post.
ftomotion oTlst Lt. Maurice
\JS" H{ Mlami Beach, to
'L?k of "P^'n was an-
X h rcCC"liy at a ^oop car-
I& in England where he
0 "yme control officer.
cfeS JT-SS; 20 f
an was' kiiuS S' Peary crew:
iK lament in the South Pacific.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
FOR A.J.C. ON MAY 22
On Monday, May 22, the wo-
men's division of the American
I pledge my best efforts in
carrying out the duties of Jus-
tice of the Peace, when elect-
ed. Oka stated.
Oka is a practicing attorney
with offices on Miami Beach,
and graduated from the Harvard
Law School. He is past presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce and serves
as Democratic precinct commit-
teeman.
presentation of the school theme
"Freedom of Religion," by Mor-
ton Rosenbaum, Ernest Blum,
Leila Gross and Jacqueline
Benach. Songs, recitations and
entertainment by the studjent
superintendent; David Goldstein,
congregation president; I. D.
Spivak, Dr. M. J. Safra, and oth-
ers. Mrs. Sylvia Genet will be
at the piano. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will distribute the
awards
HONOR NEW CITIZENS
AT COUNCIL MEETING
New citizens will be honored
at exercises of the Americaniza-
tion classes sponsored by the Mi-
ami Section of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. The oc-
casion will mark the closing of
the winter session of the classes.
Mrs. Joel Belov, instructor, will
present certificates of attend-t
ance to the class members.
The exercises will take place
Thursday night. May 18, at 8:30
o'clock at the YWCA auditori-
um, 108 N. E. 1st Ave. Mrs. Jake
Eppstein, Council's Americani-
zation chairman, will introduce
two guests, Francis J. H. Dever,
inspector in charge of Immigra-
tion and Naturalization Service
in Miami, and H. B. Read, chief
of the nationality and status sec-
tion.
A musical program will be
provided by violinist Evelyn
Abelle, artist student of Joel
Belov of the University of Mi-
ami. Mrs. Monte Selig will wel-
come Council members and in-
terested friends. A social hour
will follow and refreshments will
be served under the direction of
Mrs. David Phillips, vice-presi-
dent of Council.
OELKERS PLEDGES AID
TO CO. COMMISSION
Richard Oelkers, jr., candidate
Jewish Congress will hold their "\^'dr? wtlKe,rs' Jr" can,a'aate
election of officers at the Y. M. I KMSfJW .^representatives
; P^a^Xir^^
S^ne^ec^11^ ^ ""1 S8^ 4s9^3
I On May 26 will be the last Dade county in a brief appear-
I book review of the "Friday Re- an.?f,be'"J** commission,
vipw ^priP-i" This last meeting Mv camPaign is not one of
wSTh! ir! the form of f part? idIe Promises," Oelkers told the
hSJSgVS I M. WelnsS ** JJgnlf
reviewer, who is a member of the outlmed to undertake if I am
I board of directors of the Ameri- *lecU*:J **Pfct to d, as ,a mfm-
Ican Jewish Congress, and has ber of the Dade county delegation
presented a series of fourteen to the Florida legislature,
current books in co-relation with Oelkers was introduced to
the educational program of the members of the commission by
American Jewish Congress. Chairman Preston B. Bu-d.
Noting ThU Pag* to the Efforts of th. Army-Navy Committea. Mado Possible Through
tbo Co-Operation of
ABESS & COSTAR
first National Bank Bldg.
CARL'S MARKETS
Miami Miami Beach
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
W E. Flaglar St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
FLXZIT SYSTEM
1114 N. E. 2nd Atmus
*U. WHOLESALE GROC. CO.
82 N. E. 26th Btroot
GREEN BROS.
55 N. E. 24th Street
HUB DRY GOODS
129 N. Miami Avenua
JACK C. JAYSON
Miami
HUH Ul
DONALD LAVIGNEUNIFORMS
114 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
MIAMI MILL WORK &
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535 N. W. 11th Street
MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. Inc.
* 1701 N. W. 7th Avenue
STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO.
149 N. E. 10th Street
JOSEPH R. STEIN
Miami. Florida
WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB
West Flagler Street at 37th Are.
WOMETCO THEATRES
Mitchell Wolfson Sidney Meyer
.. and iici more nr air
enemy, have due their p
tianirriw ... aid the
wei? Yei cai de nu
ciDtioue their iiulu
ceiservatiei, threigk
vc dealt crippling blows te the
sure victery. Will they gi hick
...: and the nut until they have
t sure that iir armed forces cu
on'the fee. Through everlasting
ledJfforts ei the prediction front and
thrngh greater and greater if chases if war honds, we cu gin
or fighters thi snppart they oXst have. Our task is the easy, tin
safe an, yet u hew wilt we da it
depends the fitin if ill mankind. /ia
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B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
Since last week's column, evi-
dently some of the members
have had a twinge of conscience
and have phoned in items of
news. Milton Friedman hasn t
been able to be approached due
to the fact that on May 3rd Mrs.
Friedman presented Kenneth
Harris Friedman to the commun-
ity as a prospective president of
B'nai B'rith in 1970. All broth-
ers will please take note of this
date as reservations must be
made in advance.
On May 7th at Sheldon Hotel
in Hollywood the new officers
of Broward County Lodge No.
1438 were installed by President
Friedman and the main address
was made by Rev. Joseph Barth \
of the Unitarian Church of Mi-,
ami. Mrs. Hannah Norman,
president of the Broward County ,
Auxiliary, and Mrs. Jennie Rot- \
fort, of Miami, also spoke. Rab-
bi Barron of Ft. Lauderdale gave
the benediction. The entire pro-
gram was inspiring. It is a
shame that more of our local
brothers did not have the time
to attend. The new officers
elected are as follows:
President, Irving Hoffman: 1st
vice-president, Sol Schneider;
2nd vice-president. Nat Hure-
witz; treasurer. Wm. Kretch-
man; secretary, Abe Tarler:
guardian. H. Escol; warden. I. A.
Sterling; monitor, C. Morton;
trustees Wm. Kirsh. Dr. Nor-
man. D. Sokolow.
At the meeting Tuesday
night. Brother Nat BlumberK.
who resigned due to the stress of
personal business, was replaced
by Alex Cohen, who was elected
unanimously as financial secre-
tary. The program for the eve-
ving was sponsored by Miami
Chapter 322 of AZA and the oth-
er AZA and BBG Chapters were
represented by a large delega-
tion.
Volunteers were requested for
blood donations and 15 brothers
expressed their willingness to
donate a pint of blood on May
19th at the Blood Bank Station
at the Florida Power & Light in
the Ingraham Building. If any
brothers wish to be present at
that time to donate blood, it will
be to the best interest of the or-
ganization and to the members
themselves that they do so. Many
requests have uecn received
from brothers and their families,
and also for men in the service.
If my memory serves me well, I
recall that during the past year,
many volunteers were received
who never made donations. I be-
lieve that the offers were made
in good faith and it would be
gratifying to have at least 30 or
40 brothers at the Blood Bank
to make donations for the credit
of the Lodge.
To Brothers Jack August, Isa-
dore Goldstein and many others
whose names I will refuse to men-
tion, the district convention will
be held in Atlanta on June 11th
and 12th. To you boys, and the
other unmentionables, it should
be unnecessary to describe the
pleasures of a district conven-
tion. Our lodge is entitled to
approximately 22 delegates. The
transportation to Atlanta is S31.50
round trip, a great portion of
which will be relunded to you
out of the district mileage fund.
At this writing 10 members have
called expressing their willing-
ness to act as delegates. If you
would care to attend, please call
President Milton A. Friedman.
3-4723. immediately, so that
your credentials may be pre-
pared. ______________________
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In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
area are as follows.
Tornpl.- lsn.,1 .Mia."r ^'!CojJ.
sw a. p??^3
ceftlon follows the -'/" ,.,"n
,i.,V morning-, May Jth.at 10.SO
o'clock. Cheater Luby. son r m
and Mrs Bam Luby, win become bar
mltsvah. Luncheon reception in
honor of Chester. .,1r.
Beth David Congregation. Ccmaer
vatlw, 135 N. W. Srd Av : Mi.l..>
Evening ;.t 7:15; tfaturdaj '"<"''"'
.,t 8:80. I'urinK the aervlcea on Bat-
urtaj morning at :.;!" oclock, Bob-
by, the -on of Mr. and Mm Max
Biegel, m become bar mltsvan.rn
rabbi h topic for discussion "ill be
"The Lasl Stand, Junior ervice
:it i :m a. ni Sunday morning at
10:30 o'clock th.- etudenta of the
Sunday s. l.....I will present a Mot
Day program, to which parent* and
friend* are cordially Invited,
Miami Ueach Jewish Community
Center, Conservative, Mia KUC,J1
As, Saturday mornlnp al 9:oo
o'clock, Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
Bpeak "M a Woman of valorw h"
Khali Find?" In honoi -if Mother*
i>,\ Cantor Louis Hayman win
chanl the services. Junloi congrega-
tion at 10:00 a. m. Baturday ninht
:it 8:30 there will be get-together
f..r all member* of the Center, Re-
freahmenta "ill be served.
Beth Jacob Congregation Congrega-
tion, Orthodox, 311 Washington Avi .
Miami Beach: Friday evening ser-
vices ni T:i", o'clock. Saturdaj morn-
ing aervlcea al B:30 o'clock. Rabbi
M.is. Meai In luff will apeak n th<-
Rubjeet, "The Voice "i Religion "
Cantor Maurice Mamchea will chanl
the aervlcea. The BUilc of the
Fathers will be dlacusaed al Shaloa
Slides ni 7 IS Saturday evening.
| \. 1-. s nf the Uelltslnus
Bel.....1 will held Bunday morning,
May liih. from 10 m, to noon.
The public la Invited
Schaarel Zedek Congregation. Or-
thodox, 1648 s u 3rd 81 Miami:
Kabbalaa Bhabbaa begins at 7:15
Friday evening. Al h 10 a. m. Senior
Sabbath aervlcea, followed by the
junior congregation aervlcea at 10:30
o'clock The lunloi nei i Icea are i.....i-
plete in ever) detail, conducted by
the children "f the Talmud Torah.
Rabbi Simon April's sermon title will
! "Human Defect*." At fi"i> p. in.
the rabbi will conduct the dlacuaalon
i.i the Ethlca of the Fathers, followed
by the Mlncha, Shaloa Sudoa and
\l \ aervlcea Sunday morning
classes for the children begin at 10
o'clock. Talmud Torah clasaea are
open dally
Metii Sholom Center: Services
-. heduled for Friday evening at 7:lr.
Saturday morning at 8:30. Cantoi
Abi iham Prledman will ohant the
services. On Sabbath morning Kld-
iiish will i- said aft. r aervlcea
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion: Bervlcea are scheduled for PVI-
day at 7:15 p. in. ami Saturday at 9
a m. ami 7:17. |>. in. Dally aervlcea
at X:30 a. m. and 7:27. p, m.
FRIDAY, MAY 12. H,a.
NOTES OF Y.HThTa.
-by
SAM SILVER
Federation Frolics Huge
Success
The main purpose of any char-
acter building organization is to
teach youngsters how to be good
Jews and good American citi-
zens One of these attributes is
the giving of charity. In the
many projects that the Y spon-
sors for its various groups, it has
tried to inculcate in them the
meaning of giving to the needy.
Last year we inauguarated
the Federation Frolics. The pur-
pose of this was to gather all
the youngsters on a particular
evening, make an appeal to
them and ask them to give to
Federation. Last year it was a
huge success. This year we re-
peated this project. Youngsters
were told in advance that they
would be expected to contribute.
A show was given and during
intermission, Rabbi Lehrman
made an appeal to the boys and
Kirls, explaining to them the
meaning of Federation and the
need for giving. The youngsters
responded very generously. We
were told that some of these
youngsters will go without their
usual lunches for several days.
This is a real sacrifice on their
part. The "Y" is proud to have
had a small part in this great
project.
Much credit for the success of
the show is due to Harry Rosen,
a member of the Teen-Age
Group. Harry wrote the script
and directed the show. In the
cast were the following: Aaron
Abrams, Jack Gratz, Harvey
Sootin, Natalie Hoffman, Naomi
Machtei, Jerry Merlin, Roy Mil-
1 e r, Harvey Relman, Bernie
Shankman, Arnold Harland. and
Alan Jacobs.
Bowling Banquet
George Rachlin, Secretary of
the "Y" Bowling League, an-
nounces that the Semi-Annual
Bowling Banquet will be held
at the -'Y" within the next few
weeks. More details will be
given later.
Larry Grossberg Named Dance
Committee Chairman
Larry Grossberg, a member of
the Board of Directors, was ap-
pointed Chairman of the -v
Annual Dance Committee tk
group contemplates holdin*
dance at the Coral Gablosr a
try Club on June 20 mxt m
details will be given tato 0re
The members of the mm*,-.
tee, besides Mr. QtS&SPSt
George Goldberg, Mrs w n
Singer Mrs. Minna Lavine. Mur
ray Koven. George Chert l ,'
Theodore Gulkis. Leo AcEX
Al Berkowitz, Nat B&
B. A. Sterling, and Al qTafe
Home Camp
Jerome Freehling, chairman
of the Home Camp" c
announces that the camp will of'
ficially open on Monday. ju"
12. Registrations w 11 com
mence next week. See wm.
"Y" Bulletin for more details
Former "Y Secretary Re,rni
.kLT S5fft' iormt'r member of
the board and former secretary
has returned back to the citv
after an absence of three years
Lew was a hard worker for the
Y and has promised that as
soon as he is settled, he will re
sume where he left off. We are
j waiting for you, Lew. and good
JOCK.
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PAGE SIX Home Camp Opens June 12 At the last meeting of the board of directors of the Y. M. & W. H. A. of Miami Beach, approval was given to the plans of the home camp committee to conduct a day camp on the grounds of the Beach "Y" this summer. Serving on the committee are Mrs. Carl Susskind. chairman. Leo Huberman, Mrs. Edward Weinstein and Dr. M. Cirlin. Boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 14 years will enroll for a program of games, dramatics, singing, dancing, arts and crafts, athletics, swimming and many other activities. The season will run for nine weeks, commencing Monday, June 12. and ending Friday, August 11. Rates will be $7 per week for "Y" members and $8 per week for non-members. Registration for iriembera Will open Monday, May 22. Non-members will be able to register beginning with Monday, May 29th. Round-trip transportation will be $1 per week extra. Wholesome, nutritious lunches according to dietary laws, will be served at noon time and there will be a milk line in mid-afternoon. If you are anvious to nave your child spend an enjoyable, constructive vacation, u n d e r competent, qualified supervision make arrangements for him or her to attend the "Y" home camp. Call the "Y" office, 5-6371. for further information. Board Praises Rosenstein The board also passed a resolution commending Alfred B. Rosenstein, chairman of the committee which recently conducted a most successful bazaar and carnival on the grounds of the "Y". The resolution stated that the board was indebted to Mr. Rosenstein for his selfsacrificing service and untiring devotion in seeing a job well done. It lauded him further for Ins able generalship in coordinWE. the friends and neighbors of Lex Green who know him best, endorse him for Governor to our fellow citizens of Florida WE VOTED IN BRADFORD COUNTY AS FOLLOWS: FOR LEX GREEN 1997 FOR ALL 5 OTHER GOVERNOR CANDIDATES 567 Join with us to elect Lex Green Governor of Florida—"The All Florida People's Candidate.'' He is the best qualified and will keep the faith. He is not sponsored by the big-monied interests and has refused donations from them. He has no slush fund. His character and honesty are unquestioned. He understands Florida's problems and has the wisdom, judgment and honesty to serve as Governor. As Governor he will serve the poor and needy, as well as the rich. With him. all are equal in Government. He has accomplished more for Florida in the Congress than any other Congressman. His ability has been recognized and highly commended by many of our Nation's leaders. House Democratic Leader McCormack recently said of this outstanding Floridian: JOHN W. McCORMACK 12th Dist. Massachusetts EUGENE T. KINNALY Secretary Office oi the Majority Leader House oi Representatives U. S. Washington. D. C. Honorable Lex Green. December 18. 1943 Assistant Democratic Whip House of Representatives. Washington. D. C. Dear Lex: I take this opportunity in the doting days of thii Session of Congress to extend to you my deep appreciation for your wholehearted co-operation with me for the enactment of legislation for the advancement of our nation and particularly for your support of our Government'* war effort. Numerous war establishments in your state and vast expenditures of *jr funds in Florida stand as a lasting monument to your achievements, but beyond and above this, you have worked diligently and unselfishly with your Administration for the general high achievements which our nation has made in war production and in actual combat. You have done your full part and your state should be proud of this matchless record. Your courage, ability and experience is recognized by your aasignment on eight regular standing committees, including a chairmanship, which is more than held by any other member. In addition to these high committee assignments you have made a record in the length of time served and upon your actual accomplishments as Assistant Party Whip. These capacities of responsibility and leadership did not come by accident but came a* result of your abiilty, character and actual merit. Your devotion to duty, rugged honesty and sincerity at all times has won for you the confidence and the esteem of the entire House membership. We have at all times been able to depend upon you in the enactment of legislation to preserve the security, freedom and liberty of our people and nation. Your twenty years' service here has been during a period of our nation's greatest history and I dare say that no other Congressman can Justly point to achievements greater than yours. Your excellent and constructive experience presents to the people of Florida the opportunity of your wise counsel ahd experienced leadership durinq the years to come. With kind personal regards, I am Sincerely, your friend, JOHN W. McCORMACK. Majority Leader. Florida will lose the able services of Lex Green in Congress because the office of Congressman-At-Large has been abolished. LEX GREEN'S RADIO SCHEDULE Thursday. May 11 .......7:45 P. M. Monday, May 15 7:45 P. M. Wednesday. May 17 10:00 A. M. Thursday. May 18 • • 7:45 P. M. Monday. May 22 ... 7 :46 P.M. Tuesday. May 23 ... .......... ...10K *. M. OVER STATIONS WPDQ, WFTL. WRUF, WTFP, WWPG, WDLP, WTAL. WLOF. WOAE, WAAC, WLAK LET'S ELECT LEX GREEN GOVERNOR (Paid For by Citizens of Bradford County) 9-JewlstF lcrkHari ating the activities of the many sub-committees working on the event. Resolutions were also passed thanking Rudy Adler, Sol Levy. President Harry Zukernick and Executive Director Jack P. Marash, for their services in connection with the bazaar and carnival. Young Judaeans Celebrate Last Sunday 4G boys and Kirls belonging to the three Young Jui daean groups at the *Y ceieI brated Lag B'Omer with a picnic and field day at Greynolds par.. A most delightful day was spent claying games, swimming and boating. After a perfect gastronomical weanie roast, the group gathered in a circle and sang many lovely Hebrew and Palestinian songs. The day W88 concluded with a series oi races, in which the following bovs and girls won: In the mosquitoweight race for boys. Norman Litowitz finished first, with Don Goldman and Gerald Moss finishing second and third, respectively. In the middle-weight event Mark Weiselbera was the winner, with Kenneth Klein and Richard Hormck finishing behind him. In the heavy-weight boys' division. Billy Goldman proved the fastest runner. Larry Landy finishing second, and Jack Furman finishing third. The girls also had some very thrilling races. In the flywVight class Mailene Pleniek crossed the finish line first, with Sandra Bloom and Adele Bass trailing her. In the paperweight race Ellen Bass was the fleetest, with Carol Warshaw and Mania Frankel coming ain in second and third places. The most graceful race ended the program with the pin-up girls sprinting nimbly down the fairway Nimblest proved to be Hannah Diamond, while Ruth Falk and Mae Morgenstern took honors for second and third, respectively. All the boys and girls who finished in first, second or third contests were rewarded with War Savings Stamps. The ride home from the park was enjoyed too. The boys and girls hailed all pedestrians on the road and their gay laughter was infectious. It was a tired, but happy group of youngsters who returned to the "Y" in the late afternoon. OPEN HOUSE" WILL BE HELD AT CHILD'S HOME Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold "open house to all members and friends at their Home Grounds. 4850 West Flagler St Miami, on Sunday May 14th from 3 to 5 p. m. In keeping with Mothers Day, Miss Lenore, teacher of dramatics, has prepared a special program, in which the following pupils will appear: Corrine Feuer, Gene Marie Lyons, Peggy Jester. Anita Feinberg and Jean Snitgen. Mrs. Gary Glatt and her committee are in charge of refreshments. ARBEITER RING WILL HEAR B.I.E. DIRECTOR A. P. Gannes, executive director of the Buieau of Jewish Education, will address the Arbeiter Ring Branch No. 692. on Sunday evening, May 14, at 8:30 o'clock. A lecture will take place at the organization's lyceum. 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. Gannes will have as his subject "Sholem Aleichem'g Geleehter." and will discuss the highlights of the life of the Jewish Mark Twain. FRIDAY, MAY 12. i %  MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 4/14-21-28 5/.-.-12 Notice Is hereby given Ih-,i ... derslK,,..,. deslrtni ,„ E !" 2 MWU. ness under the flctlil.,,,., n !" *"': ROYAL MANUFACTURING en* rS. FLA. at 2214 N. Miami Ase M, f Florida, Intends to regtstei -. M ,?' In the office of the Clerk ol h, ri? cult Court of Dade County Ptoriai JAMBS w SLAKER MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 8 01 "*'"' %  Attorney for Applicant. 4/28.'./ 5-12-19-26 Notice Is hereby given thieMhT^T derslcned. desiring to engage in ness under the fictitious n.imf HER8HBYS AUTO KKRVICE W. Flagler Btreet, Miami, piortdT Intends u, register said name m ih^ office of the Clerk of the rw5 %  Court .if I >,,<:.• County, Florida HERMAN GLANTZ, 4/28 5/5-I2-18-26 *''" "" n r NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tilt the undersigned, desiring to encin %  In business under the Mctltloun of ALBION BLUE ROOM m J0| coin Road, .Miami II, :,, |, !••;,,.,], intend to register Ihe -a d • % %  i with the clerk of the circuit i of Dade County, Florida JOE BRENNER MOE BRBNMRR MAX FLEISHMAN JEROME FLEISHMAN SEYMOUR PI IRISHMAN MYERS HEIMAN Attorneys for Applli ants s/o-is-if-iaa i Notice Is hereb) given thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In ness under the fh lltloui name >f ROYAL PRODUCTS CO OP Kl.A at 22H N Miami AVC Miami, rior. Ida, Intends to register said name m the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I hide Countv, Florida JAMES w GLAS8ER. Sole I •* M MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant w/!2-l-2>i 6/2-9 Notice i.hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business nucleithe fictitious name of BELL COOKIE SHOP at 2MI N W. 12th St., Miami. Florida, intends to register said name in Hi.offloi of the Clerk Of th-Circuit Court of i Dade County. Florida A. CANTOS Sole Owner LEON KAPLAN Attorney for Appll '/12-19-26 6/2-9 OENERAL PAINTING CLEAN WORK DONE F.Y BEST MECHANICS FREE ESTIM ITBS NO JOB TOO LA ROE OR It MI SMALL J. D. OILBREATH I'AINT CONTRACT' IR PH. 3-0070; If no answer. I-Slf TLixuTu for REST CONVALESCE.*! .„JCHRONICCAS£$ 1 Sun-RayPark ealth Resort BEFORE YOU BUT see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Bet Because Blgfl** 1 But—Bifloeet Because Belt And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. 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4 PAGE TWO l egist ncrldiar FRIDAY, MAY 12. 1944 1 SOCIAL ITEMS AND I PERSONALS ,MMMW^MMXX>K ^% XX>0***^**^*****^<***^***' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Bernstein left for the North this week after spending the winter here. Mr. Bernstein is president of the National Silverware Co. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rubin left last week and will vacation in the North. Miss Doris Robinson, secre-. tary of Miami Beach Jewish Center, will leave next week for New York to visit her parents and friends. Di Lido Island will be the scene of the dessert card party, sponsored by B'nai B'rith women, on May 23rd. Mrs. Sam Blank will be hostess to the gathering at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper returned to the city Sunday, following a week's stay in Jacksonville. Miss Harriet Chiel will leave May 18, by rail for a three week's vacation in New York visiting relatives and friends. Miss Chiel is a member of the staff of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. Minnie Wainer, 740 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, is leaving for New York May 11 to visit her daughter, Mrs. Bertha Yuchim, 1552 E. 19th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Weiner's sonin-law has been inducted into the armed forces and she will take care of her grand-children. Mrs. Waincr's son, Sgt. Wainer, was transferred to 42nd St., Miami Beach, and will also soon leave for New York to spend a furlough with his mother and sister. TIER THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Friday, May 12—Last Day The Impostor WITH JEAN GABIN ELLEN DREW ALLYN JOSLYN EXTRA! "MEMPHIS BELLE" 40 Minutes of Air Battles In Technicolor Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Tue., May 13-16 Hollywood's Brightest New Star Sensation! DONALD O'CONNOR PEGGY RYAN ANN BLYTH IN // Mrs. Ida Roscnbloom of Montgomery, Ala., is spending a week as the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank of Miami Beach While here she will be entertained by her hosts and renew her many local acquaintances. BAR MITZVAH Chip OFF the Old Block WITH QUIZ KID JOEL KUPPERMAN PATRIC KNOWLES HELEN VINSON II Chester Luby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, will become bar mitzvah Saturday at 10:30 a. m., May 13th at services at Temple Israel. Friends are cordially invited to attend the service and a reception at Kaplan Hall following. Mr. and Mrs. Max Siegel announce the bar mitzvah of their son. Robert, at services Satur\ day morning at Beth David Conj sregation. The parents will ten-1 der a reception in honor of their son at their home, 1035 N. W. 11th Court, Sunday evening, May 14th. BRITH Mr. and Mrs. Ben Drucker, 2911 S. W. 27th Terrace, announce the birth of a son. The bris will take place Sunday at 1:30 p. m. at Victoria hospital with Rev. Philip Fried officiating. Friends and relatives are invited. ENGAGEMENT OF MISS KIRSTEIN ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Kirstein. 1335 S. W. 18th St.. are announcing the engagement of his daughter. Gloria Charlotte Kirstein. to Ensign William H. Koblenz, U.S.N.R. Ensign Koblenz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Koblenz. 2719 S. W. 19th Terrace. Miss Kirstcin is a graduate of Miami Senior'High school and attended business schools in Miami. Ensign Koblenz attended the University of Miami and Southern College of Optometry where he was a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon. professional fraternity. Ensign Koblenz received his commission at Northwestern University in Chicago. Out of town guests attending the reception to be tendered the newly engaged couple at Miss Kirstein's home on Sunday, May 14th are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenthal and son. Harvey, Miss Pearl Kirstein. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kirstein. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Atlas and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Furman. all of Washington, D. C. No date has been set for the wedding. BIRTHS Dr. and Mrs. Saul H. Kaplan, 1343 Collins Avc, announce the birth of a daughter, Ellen Jane, May 2. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. JliotzU 'Q&tt** Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zupnik. 4700 Alton Rd., announce the birth of a daughter, May 8, at the St. Francis hospital. THE UNVEILING OF THE MONUMENT FOR THE LATE MRS. ETTA DIAMOND WILL BE HELD SUNDAY. MAY 21. 1944 at 2:00 P. M. at Woodlawn Cemetery 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 Wta Yn Pay For .- T 5 WATCH REPAIRS *< Why Not Get the Best OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M S undays 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 Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Bear Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meat* 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago HAVt AN ACCUIATI TIMEMIPU Technical training. •ad yean of experience only can make • man • watchmaker. You'll And sock skills at Dajuds/a, Get the be*t —It costa n • mere. • JIWEUY REPAIRINQ Hiii frr DANZIG'S Jewelers :i', HALCVON ARCADl IIS! Flaqlt St. Buy a Rod and Reel AND RELAX For Your Health and Pleasure SHRIBER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP 517 West Ave., M. B. Ph. 6-1923 OPEN EVENINGS GREEN TO SPEAK NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT IN MIAMI Congressman Lex Green will speak in Bayfront Park. MmmL Friday night. Green, runner-up to Millard Caldwrll in the first Democratic primary for Oovenor. received 14.000 votes in Dade county placing him second only to Senator Graham. Speaking over the radio in Miami Saturday, Lex Green praised the program which Senator Graham had proposed in his campaign and expressed the confidence that the good people of Dade county and South Florida would "co along with him." The People's Candidate, who has served the people of his native state for 30 years, declared he was fighting the fight of the people as opposed to those financial interests and monopolies seeking to control Tallahassee. When announcing his first major speech in the second primary, Congressman Green said: "I will discuss fully these issues, when I face the good people of Dade county and South Florida in Bayfront Park on next Friday." O. E. S. PAYS TRIBUTE TO MOTHERS LAST NITE Emunah Chapter No. 175 O. E. S., honored all mothers at their meeting last night at the Scottish Rite Temple. Rabbi Irving Lehrman spoke on "Mntv „ Sidney H. F-almcr sanglS" vocal selections accompanioH m the piano by Mrs. Henry R1' 1 A token of remembr7n.ee £ given each mother attendff Refreshments were se.rvr.ri-the lobby of the bwg?J* Morris Frank, worthy n-.tr! and Mrs. Etta Davidoff Wo S matron, as hosts. worthy THE OLD MILL Formerly the Flower Pot 3535 S. W. 8th St "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY, MAY 14th "ORCHIDS ARE EXPRESSIVE" WE DELIVER PHONE 4 8-1010 STATISTICS: "Seven out of ten wives survive their husbands. Selection of a family lot thus falls upon the wife." The husband who purchases before necessity arises spares his wife the task at a moment when grief and sorrow make a study of prices and values unlikely. If you are disturbed by a cemetery problem of any nature, please feel free to consult our Director, Rabbi S. M. Machtei. PHONE 3-3720 MOUNT NEBO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES ^MrWWrWMpVWI Flagler St. Bridge Phone 2-0519 2790 N. W. 17th Avenue Phone 2-3105 Sunday, May 14th BEFORE YOU FORGET CALL UP ONE OF OUR STORES AND WIRE HER A REMEMBRANCE SHE WILL APPRECIATE THE SENTIMENT The Exotic Gardens Incorporated 607 Lincoln Road. M. B. Miami and Miami Beach., Florida Phone 5-2961 "M.W^M., 1 ,... I.lll.!,!!^^!. FUNERAL HOME "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMTTNITV PHONE 9-2664 -A FRIEND IN NEEDM 2008 W. FLAGLER RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1M N. W. 7th t. w. •• 7 •••t or* for chronic al<*. co" •ANIL BeCR. M. IX. Dlrew RaaaonaW* Prleas IMtlfMl •rUasSB


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1944 FRID AY : M AY_12 : face Facts • Rv Alexander F. Millrr riorida Regional Director An ti %  Defamation League ,,-,K the political campaign W finf at a furious pace it deve render that some zealous ^SLurded supporters of one a Se or another use unfair can s n order to try to elect C Mud slinging and whisperh ?r a mpaiBns have for many *Lbeen a part-although an SrtunaU-onc^f the Ameri5ffwfSSw none of the ^,Hates who are now running rtfee are anything other *.n fine outstanding citizens TJihhf grounded in the Kan tradition of religious fedom. any proponents of Jfcandidates for public office Slid come to you and ask you St,, vote for his opponent belle he is anti-Semitic, antioSwlic anti-capital, anti-labor „antianything don t accept his Itement blandly and with full wnfifcncc. It's a safe rule to demand that facts be presented cuch as time, place, and persons present in support of his statefe are constantly exerting efforts, nationally, to prevent the use of group stresses as a weapon I of political maneuvers. The American voter is entitled to how of any biases and deep rooted prejudices that might make it impossible for a candidate to represent all of the people. By the same token, the candidate is entitled to protection against whispers and rumors germinated by political opponents. It's bad enough when others do it, but let's not ourselves make ourselves a campaign issue. Jewistifk)rkMan PAGE FIVE OBITUARIES BENNETTE PEARLMAN Bennette Pearlman, 64, died early Thursday at his home. 1330 Flamingo v/ay, where he had lived for the past eight years, coming from New York city. He is survived by his widow. Mrs. Rose Pearlman, and two daughters, Mrs. Ada Oretsky, and Mrs Rita Hoffman, all of Miami Beach. Services were held at Riverside Memorial chapel at 12 p. m. Friday, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, of Beth Jacob synagogue, officiating. Burial was in Miami Jewish cemetery, Woodlawn. SAMUEL DUBIN Samuel Dubin, C5, died Saturday morning in a local hospital. He had been a resident of Miami Beach for the past 12 years, coming here from Brooklyn, N. Y., where he had been a manufacturer of heating repair parts. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ethel Dubin; one daughter, Miss Rachel Dubin, and three sons, Sol, Morris, and Benjamin, all of Miami Beach. Riverside Memorial chapel sent the body to New York city for services and burial. V. M. (Newt) Hudson l with to express my deepest gratitude to the hundreds of loyal nends who worked so faithfully in my behalf in the Primary of '•' i/ 2nd for CONSTABLE IN DISTRICT ONE My pledge now Is as before: To exli'nd myself to the limit of my capaI" 'Mi to assure every citizen in w district a square deal when i"! services of the Constable's •"ice are needed. I earnestly solicit the support of • and new.found friends in mining my majority in the runttiir rlfiiT' and P r e"'ve of i. c ?" ,ldtnce '", my ability to idL.V mmum y a business KKf\ t L 0n ln ever i"tnce. M i" n,v opponent is a "" of sterling character, I urge 2d iH, BP0r ri ,0 cons.der this •J intL.',", '" their ef,ort '" e^t,V. t ,or moment until %  "' election is won. 1.1. (Newt) Hudson a I Ailv. TOBIN IS RE-ELECTED HEAD CHILD'S HOME At the annual election of officers of the National Children's Cardiac home, Charles S. Tobin, founder-president, was re-elected president for the sixth consecutive year. The home, located at 3250 West Flagler st.. provides care for children afflicted with rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease. Other officers were elected as folows: First vice president, Mrs. Oscar Frankcl; 2nd vice president, Harry Saffer; 3rd vice president, A. J. Tobin; financial secretary, Mrs. Janette K. Jacobs; recording secretary, Mrs. Joseph Williamson; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Samuel Rosenberg. Added to the board as trustees were: Mrs. Harry Saffer, Morris Bcrick, David Phillips. Joseph M. Rose. OPERATIC TENOR WILL APPEAR IN 2 RECITALS TO PEOPLE Of STATE Tallahassee. — Without even a pause, Millard Caldwell, candidate for governor, is again carrying his message direct to the people over the state, trying to personally contact as many as possible and leaving his message in every locality. "There is no change in my program," said Caldwell. "What I have offered the people is my well considered plan for Florida as far as it is possible to foresee events. My campaign in this second lap of the race for governor is exactly the same as the first and I shall conduct it in the same way. I have m;-<' no promise of a political job and I have made no trade for votes. I shall make none. My administration must be what I stated it would be many weeks ago—a sound common-sense business-like administration of state government." Another point which Caldwell stressed was that he would continue to ignore mud-slinging. "I will engage in no mud-slinging or character attacks against my opponent, and I will continue to carry the campaign direct to the individual citizens and voters." "More than 112.000 people believed me in the first primary," he said, "and I feel that thousands of others who supported other candidates will turn to me for the same reason in the second. I hope they all vote." King Niesen, operatic tenor of the New York stage, will be presented in two recitals at the Miami Woman's club on Sunday and Thursday at the Miami Beach Hitjh School auditorium. Mr. Niesen will present the works of old and modern Jewish composers. He has made apii in., column m conuucteU by the Greater Miami JewlHh Federation ln cooperation with The JewlHh Klorldlan as a community service. To Inform the community of your organIzatlon'a activities and to avoid connicta In dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for "Community Calendar." Notification must reach Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week.) pearances during the past 15 years both in this country and abroad. For the past eight months he has been touring the country and gave a recital at Jacksonville, the forty-seventh city in his itinerary. He has sung the service as cantor at many Army camps, including Sheppard Field, Tex., where his eldest son is stationed as a glider instructor. Niesen has sung in Warsaw. Vilno, Paris, Brussels, Antwerp, Amsterdam and London. Monday, May 15th Miami lii-ach Jewish Center Sisterhood, regular meeting, Miami Beach Jewish Center, 8 D. m.; Jewish Study Group, ages 14 to IS, sponsored by the bureau of Jewish Kduc.itIon in cooperation with the Town Y, 1567 S. W. 5th St.. 7:30 to S:30 p. m. Tuesday, May 16th rladassah, Miami Chapter, Jewish National Spring Party, Wofford Hotel, 2 p. in. Wednesday. May 17th Jewish Study Group, ages 14 to> is, sponsored by the Bureau of .!• wish Kduratlon In cooperation with the Beach V, 1 Lincoln Road. s to 'j.Xit p. m.; I'.'lh Hnvld Sisterhood mi-i-ttng, Beth David, 2:30 p. m.; Work men's Circle Branch No. 692. regular membership meeting, S.30 p. m. Thursday, May 18th Meeting of Sunday School teacher's group sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Bducatlon. Beth David, s-.?.o. Monday, May 22nd Business ana Professional Wornen's Division of llad.'issah. Beach Y. X :i" p, m ; Bureau of Jewish Education, board of directors meeting. S::i p. m.. Beth David Auditorium: Jewish Study Group, age*i 14 to IS. sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Bducatlon In cooperation with the Town Y, 1567 S. W. 6th St.. 7:SO to 9:30 p. m.' "TYJGUST BROS HY £ r 1 Is theOESTf M Keep on buying War Bonds. A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. % %  TfB W ar Sta,n Ps and Bond> hT/, nd Blve our men l^ferceMhejielp they need %  MRDOHFUNERAL HOME "D SW. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means of ^dividual Circumstances e u32H JEWISH ^NERALHOME" e W< *% and Deserves Yo Full Support and Recommendation SER VING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI e ^JVaYIEWISH *<-HOUR tataliiet Sen ice SMITH'S FLOWERS 103 W-. FLAGLER "MOST APPROPRIATE" FLOWERS FOR MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY, MAY 14th PHONE 2-4766 Mothers and Fathers elfetel Why. Ijou S/uutid ELECT Millard Caldwell your GOVERNOR • • VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT RICHARD OELKERS.Jr. As State Representative GROUP 2 • Solid Business Methods fox Solid SUt Government • (Pol. Adv. paid for by friends ot Richard Oelkers. Jr.) Many of you are mothers or fathers of Service men and women. Their future is important. Their problems on returning home must be solved efficiently and promptly. Immediate jobs must be provided for them. Millard Caldwell. veteran o! World War L able attorney, experienced and respocted in public life, is best qualified to solve these problems. Your children must have the best schools and highly trained, well-paid teachers. Their welfare demands this. Millard Caldwell is experienced in school affairs. He is pledged to a real school improvement program Mil higher wages for teachers. Mrs. Coldwell is also experienced in this field. She was the first woman county superintendent of schools in the State of Virginia. You and your family must be assured of a prosperous, secure future in a prosperous state where industry, business and agriculture are flourishing on a solid and growing basis. Millard Caldwell has the knowledge and ability to help speed Florida's development along these lines. He will give Florida a business admimstrcmon based on genuine economy and efficiency in government. He will encourage sound development of business, mdustry. agriculture and our tourist trade. LETS CHOOSE A GOVERNOR we will be proud of four years from now. Anybody can make promises, but only a man with a record of no political promises and no political trades can be depended upon to make us a Governor of whom we will be just as proud on his last day in office as his first. Let's continue to maintain a sound, stable, business-like government in Florida. MILLARD CALDWELL On Tuesday, May 23 Sound Qovvmment 9H £aj* Jfandi! I m %  Paid Political Advertisement



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rHlDAYj^i^l • KjmMincrtdton PAGE SEVEN 55 MIA^ J^-NAVY^MMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewiah Federation GPtA 01 The Jewtah Welfare Board ^^J !" u K "P • R-cord of Our Men in Service SERVICE I.W.V. AUXILIARY HAS OFFICER INSTALLATION PARADE! oMlOT IS PROMOTED $FULL LIEUTENANCY .. (ig .) E. Albert Pallet, .' known in Miami circles 5?. toner assistant attorney "iLral E been promoted to ful lieutenancy. He .scona JiS with the Armed Guard KSfon in command of a gun 22TM a merchant ship. His Ee port is Brooklyn. Lt. Palw has been in the service for ? oast H months. His wife to E Albert Pallot and their j^hter Roxane. 10 months SB reside at 432 N E. 25th iSe. Miami. In a letter to to Pallot. he mentioned the finomctcr hit 120 degrees. H.hasn't seen daughter Roxane Je she was 5 months o ld. Jlhert Borkiru son of Mrs. iTBorkin, mo N. W. 18th Place, who has recently received his commission as an ensim in the United States Navy, tl] arrive Friday from Chicago, to spend a furlough with his nother. Following his sojourn here, he will go to Ft. Pierce where he is presently assigned. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman. 26 15lh St., Miami Beach, have received word that their son-in-law, Seymour H. Eni has been promoted to the rank of First Lieutenant. Lt. and Mrs. Evans are living in Charlottesville. Virginia, where he has been stationed. Mrs. Evans is the former Lillion Peretzman. Mrs. Frank (Minnie) Kline. 811 N. W. 13th St., Miami, was installed as president of the La'ies Auxiliary Freda Markowitz ost No 174, Jewish War Veters of the United States at an staUation luncheon held at the Urmey Hotel. Tuesday afternoon. with the national president, Mrs. c „ =====^ I Jessie C. Gnashin of New York. \JPA^hSfmmSSln l & JIMMY SULLIVAN SAYS,* !" £? Ration Bfl^SaSC^ I VOTERS ONLY HIS BOSS •***! JSfS? -WSS nf £ff JSSSS i the ran > k Q !" T T ~. presented with a friendship ?L IMLS? R U h '2 commandSmiling Jimmy Sullivan, who j bracelet in appreciation of her Ho ?! ohoHV nC ?K th S WCek S aU ? 0l i Ucal Precedent.! services. Other officers installed Z^A I. *„"?.? h c e d t 0 ^ ai r co 1 r P, s I u Pent ,W davs visiting his were: Mrs. Isidore Cohen, first and is now stationed at MacDill host of friends and well-wishers i vice president; Mrs. Rose Borkin. on Miami Beach. With his ready j second vice president; Mrs. Betsmiie and pleasing personality, I ty Alpert, treasurer; Mrs. NathJimmy Sullivan was high man | an Bronstein, secretary; Mrs. in me nrst primary. Friends' Philip M. Levi, judge advocate; and supporters, of other candij Mrs. Sarah Augustine, conductMrs. Saul S. Lt. (j.g.) William (Bill) Pallot spent a furlough visiting his wife, children and family early this week. Lt. Pallot captains a boat. Field, Tampa, awaiting further assignment. WELFARE BOARD WILL HOLD EXAMINATIONS Members of the District No. 9 Welfare Board today called attention to examinations to be held by the Merit System Council for the purpose of setting up eligible registers from which seven classes of positions will be filled by the State WelfareBoard, the Florida Industrial Commission and the U. S. Employment Service in Florida. The classes for which tests are to be given were announced as: District welfare visitor, junior and senior interviewer, typist, stenographer, and principal stenographer Application blanks may be obtained from the local dates who did not make the grade have rallied to Jimmy's corner. Said Jimmy Sullivan"I n eed i 11 I th ? he, P J can *!<-'*• I am glad that the public is with me. I have promised them that I will be a good sheriff. I wan t to work for the people of Dade County. Mrs Jimmy Sullivan has laid aside her pots and pans until the campaign is over and is doing the office work. It's quite a job %  lor Mrs. Jimmy because she has i cigarette project for convalesiwo little girls at home who cent servicemen at military hosmust get off to school every i pitals. morning. amE S a U nd iV fh n at h is S tTmake' BETH J ACOB TO HOLD unit office, of the District WeiD *te County a good sheriff, he ITS CLOSING EXERCISES i L recognizes the wish j h?. ,-, t 0l C ITOV'K 0 ^ lhe people and Th e Beth David Religious •mH Zlt K u Just one boss schoo 1 will hold its closing exf,f nln £ oss ,S lhe g00d pc P le seises Sunday from 10 a. m. to lm ,1 C Mr f u "oon in the Beth Jacob School van has opened building at 311 Washington Ave.. ress; Mrs. Saul S. Sherman, chaplain: Mrs. Abe Goldman, trustee; Mrs. Harman Ginsburg, trustee; Mrs. Nat Roth, trustee; Mrs. Pauline Verdon, color bearer; Mrs. Pearl Raidman, color bearer. There was also a mass initiation of new members who joined rei cently. Committee chairmen an-! nounced are: Lillian Soskins. sick and visiting; Mrs. Ben Ehrlich, hospitalization; Mrs. Ida LeVine, BEACH JEWISH CENTER TO BE HOSTS AT PARTY Henry Ungerleider, chairman of the entertainment committee of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, announces a Lag B'Omer party for Saturday evening, May 13, starting at 9 o'clock at the Center. Members and their wives will play mah jongg and cards, followed by a buffet supper served near midnight. Religious school ch'ldren of the Center will gather at 9:45 Sunday morning, May 14th, at the Center, from where they will proceed to Grey no Ids Park for an all-day Lag B'Omer outing. Sisterhood of Miami Beach Jewish Center will have its last meeting of the season, Monday evening, May 15th, at which time the election of officers will take place. Nominating committee which will bring in the slate includes: Besse Hankoff, chairman; Mrs. Wald, Mrs. Hirsch, Mrs. Klein, and Mrs. Eisenstein. A Mother-s Day program will be presented following the election. Two Miami Beach youths, George H. Bernstein and Bernard Applebaum, have reported at the naval training school at Camp Macdonough. Plattsburg, N. Y.. and upon completion of the four month course will be commissioned as ensigns in the naval Ram Bernstein attended University of Miami. His parents, Mr. and Mrs G. H. Bernstein, sr., reside at 1211 Meridian avenue. Applebaum graduated from Miami Beach High and attended University of Florida and Pennsylvania and Franklin and Marshall college. While at Miami wach High he was a member of the football and basketball teams. fare Board, any local U. S. Employment office, or from the Merit System office, P. O Box 113. Gainesville, Florida. Although similar examinations are to be given as often as the number of applicants warrants, those who are interested are urged to make application promptly, as the first examinations will be administered the latter part of May. Those passing the tests, will be eligible for employment in either the local or state offices of the three agencies, as names are reached on the regis ter and as vacancies occur. SENIOR HADASSAH TO HAVE A SPRING PARTY Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will sponsor a spring card and mah jongg party in behalf of the Jewish National Fund on the terrace of the Wofford Hotel, Tuesday, May 16 at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Joseph Lipton is chairman, assisted by an able committee. Admission is $1.00 or the turning in of the blue coin boxes. Refreshments will be i served. The funds raised will be used for the purchase of land in Palestine. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Lipton. 5-1903 campaign headquarters for Mi-; Miami Beach. Avenue at ?43 Washin ton On the program will be the OKA FEELS ASSURED OF ELECTION MAY 23 Kenneth Oka led a long list of candidates for the office of | body will be followed by greettneir j us ti C e of the Peace District %  InRS from Mlss Malvina Weiss, 5, Miami Beach, by a substan-' tial majority. The total vote received by Mr Oka was just a little short of the necessary majority to force him in a run-off on May 23rd. This is Oka s first occasion in which he seeks public office, and he stated his gratification for the splendid support given him by his many friends and the voters of District 5. A letter was received this eek from Sgt. Sam Kaduon. •nnouneing that he is at preset stationed at Truax Field, Madison. Wisconsin. t._ Kadison was assistant Japlain here to Lt. Harold Gordon and was active in Jewish !" on Miami Beach. Sgt. Udan is serving in the same gwty, assistant chaplain, at 40 present post. ftomotion oTlst Lt. Maurice £\JS" H { Mlami Beach, to 'L£? k of "P^'n was anX h rcCC li y at a ^oop car%  I & in England where he 0 "yme control officer. cfeS JT-SS; 20 f an was' kiiuS S Peary crew : iK


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PAGE EIGHT +JewlstncrkUan_ B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG Since last week's column, evidently some of the members have had a twinge of conscience and have phoned in items of news. Milton Friedman hasn t been able to be approached due to the fact that on May 3rd Mrs. Friedman presented Kenneth Harris Friedman to the community as a prospective president of B'nai B'rith in 1970. All brothers will please take note of this date as reservations must be made in advance. On May 7th at Sheldon Hotel in Hollywood the new officers of Broward County Lodge No. 1438 were installed by President Friedman and the main address was made by Rev. Joseph Barth \ of the Unitarian Church of Mi-, ami. Mrs. Hannah Norman, president of the Broward County Auxiliary, and Mrs. Jennie Rot\ fort, of Miami, also spoke. Rabbi Barron of Ft. Lauderdale gave the benediction. The entire program was inspiring. It is a shame that more of our local brothers did not have the time to attend. The new officers elected are as follows: President, Irving Hoffman: 1st vice-president, Sol Schneider; 2nd vice-president. Nat Hurewitz; treasurer. Wm. Kretchman; secretary, Abe Tarler: guardian. H. Escol; warden. I. A. Sterling; monitor, C. Morton; trustees Wm. Kirsh. Dr. Norman. D. Sokolow. At the meeting Tuesday night. Brother Nat BlumberK. who resigned due to the stress of personal business, was replaced by Alex Cohen, who was elected unanimously as financial secretary. The program for the eveving was sponsored by Miami Chapter 322 of AZA and the other AZA and BBG Chapters were represented by a large delegation. Volunteers were requested for blood donations and 15 brothers expressed their willingness to donate a pint of blood on May 19th at the Blood Bank Station at the Florida Power & Light in the Ingraham Building. If any brothers wish to be present at that time to donate blood, it will be to the best interest of the organization and to the members themselves that they do so. Many requests have uecn received from brothers and their families, and also for men in the service. If my memory serves me well, I recall that during the past year, many volunteers were received who never made donations. I believe that the offers were made in good faith and it would be gratifying to have at least 30 or 40 brothers at the Blood Bank to make donations for the credit of the Lodge. To Brothers Jack August, Isadore Goldstein and many others whose names I will refuse to mention, the district convention will be held in Atlanta on June 11th and 12th. To you boys, and the other unmentionables, it should be unnecessary to describe the pleasures of a district convention. Our lodge is entitled to approximately 22 delegates. The transportation to Atlanta is S31.50 round trip, a great portion of which will be relunded to you out of the district mileage fund. At this writing 10 members have called expressing their willingness to act as delegates. If you would care to attend, please call President Milton A. Friedman. 3-4723. immediately, so that your credentials may be prepared. __ REALTESTATE— MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Aik for my free 1944 Informative Map cf Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 ?%%/,"''""""""'•• „...„„•""""• ////I In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end announced by the Greater Miami area are as follows. Tornpl.lsn.,1 .Mia."r ^'!CojJ. sw a. p??^3 ceftlon follows the •-'/"• ,.," n ,i.,V morning-, May Jth.at 10.SO o'clock. Cheater Luby. son r M %  and Mrs Bam Luby, win become bar mltsvah. Luncheon reception in honor of Chester. .•, 1 „„r. Beth David Congregation. Ccmaer vatlw, 135 N. W. Srd Av : Mi.l..> Evening ;.t 7:15; tfaturdaj '"<"''"' .,t 8:80. I'urinK the aervlcea on Baturtaj morning at :•.;!" oclock, Bobby, the -on of Mr. and Mm Max Biegel, m become bar mltsvan.rn rabbi H topic for discussion "ill be "The Lasl Stand, Junior ervice :it i :m a. ni Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock th.etudenta of the Sunday s. l I will present a Mot Day program, to which parent* and friend* are cordially Invited, Miami Ueach Jewish Community Center, Conservative, Mia KUC, J 1 „ As, Saturday mornlnp al 9:oo o'clock, Rabbi Irving Lehrman will Bpeak "M A Woman of valor— w h" Khali Find?" In honoi -if Mother* i>,\ Cantor Louis Hayman win chanl the services. Junloi congregation at 10:00 a. m. Baturday ninht :it 8:30 there will be • %  get-together f..r all member* of the Center, Refreahmenta "ill be served. Beth Jacob Congregation Congregation, Orthodox, 311 Washington Avi Miami Beach: Friday evening services ni T:i", o'clock. Saturdaj morning aervlcea al B:30 o'clock. Rabbi M.is. Meai In luff will apeak n th p. in. the rabbi will conduct the dlacuaalon I.I the Ethlca of the Fathers, followed by the Mlncha, Shaloa Sudoa and \l • %  %  \ aervlcea Sunday morning classes for the children begin at 10 o'clock. Talmud Torah clasaea are open dally Metii Sholom Center: Services -. heduled for Friday evening at 7:lr. Saturday morning at 8:30. Cantoi Abi iham Prledman will ohant the services. On Sabbath morning Kldiiish will isaid aft. r aervlcea Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation: Bervlcea are scheduled for PVIday at 7:15 p. in. ami Saturday at 9 a m. ami 7:17. |>. in. Dally aervlcea at X:30 a. m. and 7:27. p, m. FRIDAY, MAY 12. H,A. NOTES OF Y.HTHTA. -by— SAM SILVER Federation Frolics Huge Success The main purpose of any character building organization is to teach youngsters how to be good Jews and good American citizens One of these attributes is the giving of charity. In the many projects that the Y sponsors for its various groups, it has tried to inculcate in them the meaning of giving to the needy. Last year we inauguarated the Federation Frolics. The purpose of this was to gather all the youngsters on a particular evening, make an appeal to them and ask them to give to Federation. Last year it was a huge success. This year we repeated this project. Youngsters were told in advance that they would be expected to contribute. A show was given and during intermission, Rabbi Lehrman made an appeal to the boys and Kirls, explaining to them the meaning of Federation and the need for giving. The youngsters responded very generously. We were told that some of these youngsters will go without their usual lunches for several days. This is a real sacrifice on their part. The "Y" is proud to have had a small part in this great project. Much credit for the success of the show is due to Harry Rosen, a member of the Teen-Age Group. Harry wrote the script and directed the show. In the cast were the following: Aaron Abrams, Jack Gratz, Harvey Sootin, Natalie Hoffman, Naomi Machtei, Jerry Merlin, Roy Mil1 e r, Harvey Relman, Bernie Shankman, Arnold Harland. and Alan Jacobs. Bowling Banquet George Rachlin, Secretary of the "Y" Bowling League, announces that the Semi-Annual Bowling Banquet will be held at the 'Y" within the next few weeks. More details will be given later. Larry Grossberg Named Dance Committee Chairman Larry Grossberg, a member of the Board of Directors, was appointed Chairman of the -v Annual Dance Committee TK group contemplates holdin* dance at the Coral Gablosr !" a try Club on June 20 m xt M details will be given tato 0re The members of the mm*,-. tee, besides Mr. QtS&SPSt George Goldberg, Mrs w n Singer Mrs. Minna Lavine. Mur ray Koven. George Chert L ,' Theodore Gulkis. Leo AcEX Al Berkowitz, Nat B& B. A. Sterling, and Al qTafe Home Camp Jerome Freehling, chairman of the Home Camp" c ££ announces that the camp will of' ficially open on Monday. j u !" 12. Registrations w %  11 com mence next week. See wm. "Y" Bulletin for more details Former "Y • Secretary Re,„ rni .K L T S 5 fft i o r mt r member of the board and former secretary has returned back to the citv after an absence of three years Lew was a hard worker for the Y and has promised that as soon as he is settled, he will re sume where he left off. We are j waiting for you, Lew. and good JOCK. EAGLE'S NEST CAMP BREVARD. NORTH CAROLINA for MIAMI GIRLS. 6 to 16 Miami Supervisors Call Mlii Oubler or Misi Sond, Directors. 2-642! When You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN R E A L T O R 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479 Dependable Conscientious Service .//WANTAGES j of IKVttE FElEtU MORTGAGE V .LOW RATES EASY PAYMENTS LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Your LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER S8.SOO.000 BAMS IWEIUL JOS.WM.UPTOM.RWS1PBHT Made From Fresh Oranges MEDIUM READER WHO TELLS YOU WHAT YOU WISH TO KNOW Cloaed Wednesday, Hours 10 to s. $:. reading, _•. Ride bun :'>: in end of line, walk z blocks West, or rlile bus 12 to door. phone 7-i:isr> for appointment. 901 N. W. 79th STREET DRINK PLENTY OF 'mre Water 0EUVERED TO TOUR HOME I-GALLON JOTTIE ( Oc CASE OF SIX N 'ABLE BOTTLES ...... 75s Pius Bottlf Deposil p HONE 2 4128 fHifjCfiddie mmm MONDAY MAY 8 4hr-u 13 honofiinq that great POST TIME 8 P. M DAILY DOUBLE 2nd 8. 3rd RACES 10 RACES NIGHTLY QU I NI EL A S EVERY RACE ADMISSION 25c No Minon Admitted Saturday Night MY LADDIE MEMORIAL CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSIC 9th Race Over the 5 16 Mile Course A STEAMING HOT BOX With 8 oi the Nation's Top Greyhounds Competing lor This Coveted Trophy TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAYNE Tske Mum, Transit bui No 10 out lo N W. 7th Avcnuc end 103rd Slrcct, or bos No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Avenue lo 107th Street, or Op*-Lock* bus out N.W. 7th Avenue lo 11 5lh Street. FREE TRANSPORTATION FROM THESE POINTS TO TRACK. M) N L Y FUTURITY TRACK v IMUSA.y l-HACIl \INUSA y ilbth-Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Aves.



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dygiM AT CHURCH §TmS> SUNDAY +Jew 1st fkrilur PAGE THREE \Appreciate THE EXPRESSION OF CONFIDENCE GIVEN ME BY THE VOTERS OF DADE COUNTY IN SELECTING ME AS THEIR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE LEGISLATURE George S. O'Kell PUBLIC NOTICE We Have Re opened Our Package Dept. THIS IS NO GAG!!! ZISSEN'S BOUIERV 1749 N. MIAMI AVE. Miami's Super Funhouse PHONE 3-7800 sponsoring a program for Catholic service men at Gesu Church Sunday. Father Florence Sullirvan will preside, and artists will include Mr. and Mrs. Zadorin, Russian dancers; Ethel Baron, guitarist; Toby Fishman recitations; Doris Farbcr, oriental dances, with Kurt Wellisch at the piano. PROGRAM TO BE HELD WITH MR. PUSHKOFF A Lag B'Omer celebration will take place in the garden of Mr. P. Pushkoff, 1130 s. W. 9th St., on Sunday, May 14th. at 3:30 p. m. under the sponsorship of the Tarbuth League, An interesting program in Hebrew and English has been arranged. Refreshments will be served. Among the participants will be A. P. Cannes, director of tinBureau of Jewish Education; D. Friedman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and others. Lovers of Hebrew and thenfriends are cordially invited. DR. SABSHIN LECTURES TO SPINOZA SATURDAY Dr. Z. I. Sashbin will give the second lecture on the human body this Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock at the Spinoza Forum, meeting under the canopy on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th St.. between Collins and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Dr. Sabshin will speak on "The Blood and Blood Pressure." PROBUS CLUB OUTING FRIDAY REVIEW MEETS HELD LAST WEEK-END TODAY AT BEACH Y The Probus Club outing originally scheduled for the weekend of April 29th and postponed j because of inclement weather,' was held this past Saturday and j Sunday. Over twenty members | of the club participated in the ] outing held on the flats of Cape Florida, enthusiastically received by all attending. Next meeting or the club will be held Tuesday noon at the Urmey Hotel. B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN SELECTD NEW NAME Amity Chaptei of B'nai B'rith Young Women was the name selected by a newly formed group at a meeting held last Thursday, at the Miami Beach Y. Young women over 21 Tire eligible for membership, and their program will follow similar projects of B'nai B'rith youth groups and auxiliaries. Mr. William Kesselman. director of Hillel Foundation ?.t the University of Miami, was guest speaker, discussing the work in progress at the local Hillel house. The Friday Review, sponsored by Women's Division American Jewish Congress, will meet on Friday, May 12, at 1:45 p. m. at the Y.M.H.A. building, 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Using the theme, "We are betrayed by what is false within," Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review two recent novels which deal with basic problems of American democracy. "Treason" by Robert Gessner and "Grass Roots" by Earl Schenk Miers. Reviews are open to the public, and proceeds are used for the war activities of the local Congress Chapter. "ICOR" COMMITTEE WILL CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY $ ORTHODOX LADIES TO HOLD REGULAR MEET Miami Jewish Ortnodox Sisterhood will hold a regular meeting Tuesday, May 18, at 2 p. m. at the synagogue. 590 S. W. 17th Avenue. Mrs. Joe Zalis, president, asks that all members be' present and transact important matters to come before the organization. MARVIN MACK TO BE BAR MITZVAH MAY 20 NATHAN GINSBURGS TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT %  TCD 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Observed SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DXlRY 2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS Meat* Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From 1 P. M. 8 A. M. OPEN EVERY DAY Mr. and Mrs. H. Mack, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Marvin. The ceremony will take place at the Beth David Synagogue. Saturday. Mav 20, at 9:30 a. m. Friends and relatives are invited to attend, and a reception will follow. An open house will be held on Sunday at their home. 1810 N. W. 47th St. VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT T. I. ADKINS FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT NUMBER ONE EXPERIENCE — EFFICIENCY — COURTESY AND HONESTY YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED (Paid Pol. Adv.) FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Place Your Order Early for MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY, MAY 14 Now Under the Ownership of Lillian Durrant 41st. Street Flower Shop 423 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-7527 for EXPERIENCE Elect CH A S T A I IN Your SHERIFF "Qualified by Experience (Paid Pol. Adv. by Friend*> 15 .00 and up PER WEEK SINGLE Robert Thomas Mansion 1721 COLLINS AVE.. M. B. Harry Markowitz Management NOW MAKING RESERVATIONS MAY JUNE JULY Enjoy the Ocean in Homelike Atmosphere — Vacation Home Private Beach — Cool. Comfortable Rooms. Limited Accommodations See Mr. E. C. Decker, Mgr. PHONE 58-2773 The Miami "Itor" committee will celebrate the 15th anniversary of the declaration of Biro| Bidjan as a Jewish Autonomous Region. Sunday. May 14. at 8 p. in. at the Talmud To rah hall, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami. A special program is being preI pared. Buy Stamps and Bonds. Keep tk&m i*i (JCTUA MEDICINE CABINET fAJka-Seltzef Try Alka-Seltier for Headache. "Mornmi After" Achis* afoacle*. Acid Indiieetlon. Pleaaant, prompt. effecUe. 30* aad 0*. ONEQDAY TAMIN EX TABLE' VITAM I N High Vitamin potency at low eoat— ONE-A-DAY Vitamin Tablet*. A and D tablet* in the yellow box—B-Cooaplex tablet! in the grey box. /N DR. Will* ERVINE For Sleepleuneaa. Irritability, Headache, and IMI I I HIH I, when doe to Nerpwa Teneion. Uae only aa directed. ( My Sincere Thanks AND APPRECIATION FOR THE SPLENDID SUPPORT GIVEN ME SERVING YOU AS SHERIFF WILL BE A PLEASURE AS WELL AS A DUTY THAT I WILL FAITHFULLY FULFILL JAMES A. SULLIVAN FOR HONEST SHERIFF COURAGEOUS FAITHFUL (Paid l-ol. Adv. by FrW-ndn) My Sincerest Thanks FOR THE SPLENDID SUPPORT GIVEN MY CANDIDACY IN THE FIRST PRIMARY I APPRECIATE YOUR GRACIOUS RECEPTION OF MY CANDIDACY AND ASK YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT FOR KENNETH OKA AS Justice of the Peace DISTRICT 5 raid Political Adv. 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I ihJawislbJEIliDipidliiaun ^ %  T H E JEWISH UNITY F ami IF WISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 12. 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS Representatives Zionist mow'throughout the Greater Sam. area were present at a Son Sunday, to hear an adKL by Judge Morns Rothenffi? President of Jewish NaSSl Fund, and Mendel Flahtt Executive Secretary, who stopped here enroute home foltowing a visit to Cuba. Judge Rothenb.ru related the highlights of his visit to Cuba where he accepted on behalf of the J. N F a Check for $40,000 covering that community's contribution to the organization, and told of the gracious reception tendered bv high authorities there H.' spoke of the work of the J.N.F. :nd the progress made during recent years. Mr. Fisher depicted the suffenng of Jewry abroad and the necessity for their rescue. He stressed the land redemption program and suggested that Jewry of Florida make plans for the establishment of a nachlat Florida, a settlement to be established in Palestine with funds contributed from Floridians, and named for this State. Mr. Shepard Broad, president of the Miami Beach Zionist Distort, presided at the luncheon and entertained a motion unanimously adopted accepting the project on behalf of south Florida, pledging funds necessary to purchase and reclaim 1,000 dunams of Palestine land for resettlement, as South Florida's equal share of the "nachlat" Florida. Funds necessary to achieve this purpose will total when raised $25,000. Many of those present at the True Farm Food Restaurant. Sunday made pledges to start the ball rolling, and the announcement of a committee to handle the project will be announced. Mr. Broad stated. B'NAI B'RITH CANCELS PROGRAM OF SUNDAY A Mother's Day program scheduled for this Sunday evening, under auspices of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith, has been cancelled. Milton A. Friedman, president of th2 Large, stated that circumstances beyond the control of the organization, made it im-' possible to stage the event. RCA PRESIDENT NAMED TO IMPORTANT P,OST iRITEH DIES: WAS IS YEARS OF AGE Tel Aviv. (JTA) — Joshua Kavnitzky, veteran Jewish writ• who first published the ww of Ci-.aim-Nachman BiaW-died here this week from a "am hemorrhage he suffered n 'ie attending a memorial Mthermg of friends of the Jewn writer Sholem Aleichem in L ,T "' ""' btUrt son-inla *' 1 D. Berkovitch. Kavnitzky was 85 years old. came to Palestine from Ruslah,t ,."" %  evolution He coljjor-ted with Biaiik on a numsixv i Works especially on the which "" If** Maagadah" EM." "ejection of Jewish th, T,.'' 11 '. 1 "iJhorisms based on WELFARE BODIES 10 .0. New York. N. Y — Adolph A. 1 Berle, Assistant Secretary of State; Nathan Reich of Hunter College, New York; and Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland, will head the list of speakers at the joint annual meeting of the National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare, the National Association of Jewish Center Workers and the National Council for Jewish Education, which will be held Wednesday. May 17, through Sunday. May 21 at the Hotel Statler in Cleveland. Louis Kraft, president of the National Conference, announces. The National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare is the professional body of Jewish social workers with a membership of 650 individuals and 250 agencies in every state of the union, and in Canada. The National Association of Jewish Center Workers and the National Council for Jewish Education are off-shoots of the National Conference, devoted to the specialized fields of group work activities and Jewish education. More than 1.000 delegates and visitors are exK ected at the joint meeting. leyer E. Fishman of Los Angeles is president of the Center Workers group and Rabbi Samuel M. Blumenfield of Chicago is president of the Educators. Maurice Grossman. Miami Y. M. H. A. director and Mr. Jack Marash of the Miami Beach Y. M. & W. H. A., and Sadyc G. Rose. Jewish Welfare Bureau, plan to attend Jewish call to The Greater Miami Federation has issued i organizations .in the Greater Miami area to make application for institutional memberships. According to the constitution, all local Jewish organizations may apply for institutional memberships, for one year periods. At the annual meeting of Federation applications are ratified. All organizations approved, receive the privilege of appointing a delegate to the Federation board of directors and the right to vote and participate in all Federation directorate activities. Affiliation as an institutional member entails no obligation upon the part of the organization, and enables it to be fully informed as to Federation activity and to assist planning and co-ordinating efforts on behalf of the local Jewish community. Organizations desiring further information are asked to contact Federation office. London, (JTA) — Col. David Sarnoff. in private life president of the Radio Corporation 01 America, has been appointed special consultant to the communications branch of the Pubic Relations Office. Supreme Headquarti re of the Allied Expeditionary Force announced this week. 10 JOIN FIGHT Oil ANTI-SEMITISM "D-DAY" SERVICES TO BE HELD ALL TEMPLES The Synagogue Council of America has issued a call to Rabbis of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Congregations in America to hold special prayer services as soon as the invasion of enemy-held Europe by The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami announces Special "D-Day" services. The same evening following the announcement of the invasion in Europe, all Synagogues and Temples will hold a formal service at 8 o'clock that evening with doors open for the individual worshipers throughout the invasion period. KACO EDITOR PASSES MAT AT ROME TRIS WEEK i Chicago. (JTA) — Hyman L. | Meites, publisher of the Chicago. Jewish Chronicle and superintent of the Chicago Bureau ofi Water since 1931. died here this week of a heart ailment in Passavant Memorial Hospital. He was 67 years old. Born in Odessa, Russia, he came to the United States in 1891. In 1919 he founded the Lawndale Press, which later was merged into The Chronicle. He organized the Jewish Historical Society of Illinois in 1918 and published a history of Jews in Chicago. He possessed the first membership certificate of the Knights of Zion, dated October 20. 1897. which made him the first officially recognized Zionist in the United States. FOUNDER AND HEAD OF DENVER HOSPITAL DIES the armed forces of the United Nations is announced. Rabbis and Congregations are urged to keep Synagogues open all day following the announcement of the invasion, and to have a special service at 8:00 in the evening. New York. (JTA) — Rabbi Wililam S. Friedman, founder and president of the National Jewish Hospital in Denver, an institution for the treatment of tuberculosis patients, has died in C'oronado Beach, California, according to information received at the hopital's local office. He was 75. Dr. Friedman, who was rabbi of Temple Emanu El in Denver from 18K9 until his retirement in 1938. conceived the idea of a tree hospital for tuberculous when he observed the toll the disease was taking among recently arrived Jewish immigrants. New York (JTA)—A call to Christians to unite their efforts to combat anti-Semitism because anti-Semitism "is not only contrary to the teachings of democracy but contrary to the teachings of Christ," was sounded by Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy, outstanding Catholic layman, in an address before the interfaith unity session of the national war service convenion of B'nai B'rith this week at Carnegie Hall here. Speaking as chairman of the National Committee Against l'i rsecution of the Jews, Justice Murphy said the committee "was organized solely by Christians. It is maintained and its activities are conducted solely by Christians, who also finance it completely." Asserting that the committee "will be militantly opposed to anti-Semitism because of the dangers that it presents to American ideals and to Christian principles," Justice Murphy declared: "We shall do so in the American way. We shallnot try to deprive those who may differ with us of their right to free speech and press. But we shall energetically and Telentlessly oppose by every means at our command their vicious and insidious propaganda through a campaign of enlightenment and education in which we shall expose the tragic error of their teachings. "We shall be on guard from ocean to ocean—by day and by night: we shall carry on the (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) • JJL m d H was buried at ntxt-.o kry ,n Tel Aviv Ul the grave of Biaiik. JWSH PARTISANS IN WNGARY FREE JEWS "feh! J T A ?-J<'^h partisof Huni Sulj Ci 'rpathian section l VaUa{, i Av ;.' s 1 '^ k '^reecnt"wtod J,u dln car 'ying dea "d othor \ lT om Munkacevo to occu^/^'f^athian towns a 'l th %  1 Paland an d released h rc n ,,?"'. l V ts ,l is reported ** MSfir fr m Hunwry. >t hirtiXf. • Jows are at presCa nI3£n lhc > Voods in th Wa *s whh f n h U mams Gestapo Wll n the train were killedFOR RESCUE HELP TO SETTLE THEM IN PALESTINEJEWISH NATIONAL FUND •nr",rnnl fforts of the Jewish Notional Fund along wilh its wide publicity. Tying in with national p e or,s ^ J Q a lunche on at which Zionist groups of this area X t^Z m t^T^1^en to assist the refugee program in providing land was were represented. Action for resettlement in Palestine, with the establishment of a "Nachlat Florida.' IK EMPOWERED TO BID GHETTOS Zurich. (JTA)—A decree empowering local mayors to set up ghettos for Jews in towns where the population is larger than 10.000 has been issued by the Hungarian government and is published in newspapers reaching here from Budapest. The mayors of towns which have less than 10.000 inhabitants were authorized earlier "to remove" Jewish residents lo larger cities. The newspapers report that the first provincial ghetto for Jews has already been established in the town of Miskolo and that similar ghettos will soon be established in Szeged and in Ujpest. The decree also authorizes the mayors to compel non-Jews to move from the sections to which the Jews are being removed. At the same time the Commissioner for Jewish Affairs in Hungary. Dr. Lazlo Endre. announced over the Budapest radio that the government has decided to move Jews from places of comparative safety to zones exposed to bombing by AngloAmerican fliers. Budapest papers are demanding that Jews in Hungary be icgarded as hostages responsible for damages and loss of life suffered by Hungarians during air raids. The papers carry severe attacks against Hungarians who display sympathy for Jews wearing the yellow badge. The Nazi Transocean news agency reports that an order has been issued prohibiting Jews to conduct public worship in synagogues or in any public place "The ban on public worship was instituted in order to prevent uncontrolled gatherings of Jews," the report says. I '. %  i i : I



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PAGE FOUR Jewis*ncrldliair) > i 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 12, 1944 IYAR 19, 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 19 -TIDBITS FROM FRIDAY, MAY 1 2. i 944 AN INTERESTING CHANGE An interesting slory came from London last week—the story of two refugees from Germany who protested against the failure of the British press to refer to them as Jews. The two Jewish refugees, Drs. Kurt Wallersteiner and Hans Enoch, discovered an anti-infection drug, known as vivicillin, which can be manufactured commercially both abundantly and inexpensively. But in hailing their discovery as one of the great scientific contributions to the war effort, the British press merely referred to them as German refugees living in England. We can understand the resentment of these men. Owing their eviction from Germany, where their ancestors had been living for centuries, to the fact that they are Jews it was psychologically revolting to them to have their Jewish origin concealed in their very hour of triumph in the land that gave them haven and shelter. But there is a deeper significance to this incident. It mir-! rors the profound change which has been taking place in the' hearts, minds and souls of the Jewish intelligenzia throughout the world. There was a time, stimulated by false concepts of emancipation, when the Jewish scientist, scholar, thinker, educator and artist lived in a world aloof and apart from his Jewish environment, when detachment from Jewishness and the ancient well was a sign of progress and when the ability to transcend the national, cultural and religious demarcations was a | portent and symbol of the coming of the New Age. But in the crucible of the war many concepts have been undergoing processes of transvaluation. The dignity of the individual, which Hitlerism so ruthlessly seeks to suppress, is reasserting itself in countless manifestations. Concepts of uniformity— national, religious, cultural, artistic and social—are yielding to concepts of a higher brotherhood of man based on the principle of agreement and understanding within a world of diversified cultural, religious and national outlooks. There is an ever growing realization among all thinking men that the salvation of the world does not rest on uniformity but unity. It was the recognition of this truth, consciously or otherwise, which prompted the two Jewish scientists in London to claim acknowledgment of their Jewishness—it was the recognition that men making contributions to the sum total of human progress do so both as individuals and as members of the group whose culture they imbibed through the ages. Such an outlook leads to distinction—not extinction. ORCHID DELL GARDENS 1481 N. W. 27th Ave.. FLOWERS FOR MOTHER MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY. MAY 14th 4-737 1 As Near as Your Telephone CORAL WAY FLOWER SHOP 223 CORAL WAY CORAL GABLES DON'T FORGET FLOWERS ON MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY, MAY 14th CORSAGE BAR WE DELIVER Pallas Athena Restaurant EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING 224 WEST FLAGLER STREET OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M. EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual, coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient and courteous personnel enable us to provide a funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved family in every particular. 1236 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, 5-7777 In New York 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1) campaign in the market place and in the forum in order that the freedom for which our fathers fought and for which our children are fighting shall not perish from the new world. Henry Monsky. of Omaha, national president of B'nai Brim who introduced Justice Murphy, proposed a five-point program of aftion to bring home to the American people the "viciousncss and the dangers of subversive propaganda" by "hate-mongers.' Warning that all efforts "to promote racial or religious pre-, judice must be militantly challenged" by measures reaching "to every level of our society," ( Mr. Monsky pointed out that "many are led astray not because of any personal or inhcr-! ent viciousness or malintent. but i because of naivete or ignorance of the issues involved." Specifically, the president of B'nai Brith proposed: 1: "Let us arm them with the weapon of understanding;" 2. "Let us tell them the truth about this menace;" 3 "Let us teach them how to recognize the symp-1 toms of this dread social mal-1 ady;" 4 "Let us tear aside the veil of deception, usually in the i form of a super-patriotic slogan I or a high-sounding statement of' purpose so frequently used to cover up this nefarious purpose;" 5 "Let us show the contributions of each i'f the diversified cultural, religious and racial groups to the composite culture and welfare of America." Other speakers at the intcrfaith session were Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, who read a message from President Roosevelt; and Senator Alfred M. Cohen, honorary presidnl of B'nai B'rith who dedicated on behalf of B'nai Brith a service flag in honor of 1 over 22.000 members of B'nai' B'rith and its youth affiliates I who are in the armed forces and | in memory of 177 members who have been killed in the war or arc missing in action. Mrs. Roosevelt received from a delegation of B'nai B'rith Women a plaque to be hung in the: recreation room furnished by' the B'nai Both Women of Washington. D. C. and the B'nai B'rith National War Service Committee | as part of B'nai B'rith's national j war service program. This rei creation room, the 825th of its \ kind equipped by B'nai B'rith for the army and navy in 42 states, I is for the men attached to the White House Barracks. Addressing a previous session of the convention, Sigmund Livingston, founder and chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, declared that the attitude concerning the Jew of a considerable segment of the American public, "is the direct result of the German pre-war propaganda which, in the expenditure of money and in volume, exceeds any effort along these lines in all of history." Charging that Nazi propaganda constituted in effect an invasion of America "by the vilest propaganda of hate for the purpose of tearing down the democratic principles of our country and destroying our unity." Mr. Livingston asserted that "native hate mongers were apt students and carried on the program" of the Nagi propagandists. He emphasized that while the American organizations which adopted the Nazi propaganda line had disbanded "at least outwardly after Pearl Harbor." "the propaganda was continued underground by native converts." The B'nai B'rith has spent $1 000,000 on war service activities since Pearl Harbor and has contributed $200,000 towards the organization's national war service projects, it was reported by Mr. Monsky, addressing the opening session of the convention which was attended by 237 delegates from 41 states and four Canadian provinces. ANNUAL MEETING OF LAUDERDALE TEMPLE The annual congregational meeting of Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale, will take place Monday, May 15, at 8 p m at the synagogue, 1801 S. Andrews Ave. tfMctfy 6cHtgldenjU(d By PHINEAS I. BIRONSTRANGS BUT TRUE A certain OWI staff member, at the time stationed in Spain made some vigorous and frank statements agaist the Franco regime, calling attention to a number of disgraceful acts committed against Jewish refugees The Franco government complained to the American Ambassador The Ambassador asked the OWI man whether he was Jewish That gentle man, who has a very Irish-sounding name, told our Anibas sador that he was helf-Jewish Whereupon the Ambassador —whom, as you may know, many liberals in this country criticize for his friendly relations with Franco—advised the Washington office of the OWI not to send Jews to Spain as its representatives in the future The irony of the incident lies in the fact that the OWI gentleman with the Irish name is not even one-sixteenth Jewish, but a full-fledged Aryan according to the strictest Hitlerite code ... He merely wanted to test the quality of American democracy. WE'RE TELLING YOU ... The recent established Free German Committee, of which the distinguished theological scholar Dr. Paul Tillich is the chairman, is meeting up with some stormy weather r> Tillich, an American citizen now, and a true liberal, will be attacked for bad timing It's bad strategy to plead for a soft peace for Germany on the eve of the opening of a second front. The privately circulated Kiplinger news letter goes a bit too far when it announces that it will take six weeks to secure a footing for the invading troops of the second front How, asks a correspondent from Chicago, does Mr. Kiplinger know? ... A commercial air line between Odessa and Tel Aviv is planned for right after the war Huge 100-passenger planes of the Maxim Gorki type will be used, we are told. THIS AND THAT Monroe Goldwater, chairman of the Greater New York United Jewish Appeal, has long been active in UJA and other philanthropic efforts His interest in such endeavors dates from his early childhood, when his mother served as president of the first Jewish aid society to be established in the Bronx Army officers stationed at Fort Dix are enjoying some enviable rations nowadays Mess steward in charge of their meals is Private Paul Grossinger, whose mama, Jennie, of the Catskill "Grossingers," has trained him well in the art of providing fare for hundreds Note to housewives remiss in the salvaging of waste fats: In Naziland a prize of a cake of soap s being offered to housewives who bring in 11 pounds of bones. The only thing that bothers us about that news concerning the 70-year-old Rudolf Messerschmidt of Jerusalem who now wants to change his name to Spitfire is the question of why it took him so long to get around to it. LITERARY DEPARTMENT Pierre Van Paassen's "The Forgotten Ally," has now passed the 100,000 mark—the best proof you can want that there is tremendous interest in Jewish Palestine There's a new author a-budding in playwright Edward ("Decision") Chodorov's house Maintaining his family's literary tradition, Edward's young son, aged nine, has just completed the biographies of Hitler and Tojo ... He calls them tragi-comedies ... We don't know anything specific about the library of Benjamin (department store) Gimbel, Jr., but apparently it must be something ... It seems that the Gimbel home at Germantown, Pa., was visited by housebreakers not long ago But instead of stealing anything, they mersly left an expanatory note: "All we wanted to do was read your books ." THEATRE WORLD Just before the opening of the late Max Reinhardt's production of "Helen Goes to Troy," Gottfried Reinhardt, co-author of the American version, visited his father's grave The show is a smash hit The outstanding success of this year's Ballet Theatre season is "Fancy Free," a sprightly bit of dancing to music by Leonard Bernstein, the rising young composer and conductor Leonard has been swinging the baton for all the ''Fancy Free" performances Bandleader Ray Sinatra (cousin of Frank, if you want to know) claims to be "the only kid that ever received an honorary bar mitzvah, for work done for a Boston synagogue," Harry Hershfield confides ... Did you know that when Charlie Chaplin first went to Hollywood, way back when, he dreamed of playing great dramatic roles such as Romeo? ... So we gather, at least, from Lewis Jacobs' "The Rise of the American Film." ABOUT PEOPLE General Pierre Koenig, commander-in-chief of the Free French troops in Italy, is an Alsatian Jew ... He was the hero of the famous battle of Bir-Hakim in the African desert • Henry Torres' France's greatest criminal lawyer—a Jew, as you know, and a refugee in this country—traces his family's residence in France back four centuries ... He will take the first available plane back to France Ella Winter, wife of Donald Ogden Stewart, is leaving for Russia any day now, as a newspaper correspondent One of the important water color exhibitions sponsored by the Associated American Artists is featuring the work of Elias Newman, whose paintings now include American and Mexican an well as Palestinian scenes If, as some predict, former New York State Solicitor general Henry Epstein becomes New York City's next mayor, he will have one of the prime requisites for a successful tenure ot oince—