The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
JEWISH GROUPS
A Community Assembly the
tat to be held in this area will
kc place Sunday June 4 at he
Miami Woman's Club with the
S of -vents scheduled to
Sn at 2:30 o'clock The au-
ditorium will open at 1 p. m. en-
Sr Greater Miami residents
c, view exhibits and displays
both of local and national
groups, many of which have
been shown to audiences
throughout the country.
Participants will be social ser-
vice groups including the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation. Ar-
my-Navy Committee, Bureau or
Jewish Education, Hillel Found-
ation of the University of Miami
and the Miami and Miami
Beach Ys. Federation will hold
its annual meeting as part of the
activities starting with a dinner
at the Woman's Club at 6:30 p.
m. to be followed by a business
session, reports for the past year
and the election of officers and
directors. Reservations are be-
ing accepted for the dinner at
the Federation office, 3-5411.
The program includes a stage
production by the two Ys and
Hillel in the form of a Workshop
Play depicting the activities of
the three groups. The other par-
ticipants are planning varied
presentations to portray to the
public the workings of their or-
ganizations. The complete pro-
grams and final plans will be
announced next week.
SCHOLARSHIPS GIVEN
TO 3 MIAMI WOMEN
Three scholarships to Harvard
University Workshop in Intercul-
tural Education was presented
by the Miami Round Table of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews and the
Miami Lions club Saturday at
Bayfront park.
Recipients of the scholarships
awarded during the celebration
of "1 Am An American Day" by
the Americanism committee of
the Harvey Seeds American Le-
gion post, were Miss Malvina
Weiss, Miss Marie Scollin and
Mrs. Emma C. Holland, all Dade
county school teachers.
TEMPLE ISRAEL PAYS
TRIBUTE TO EPSTEIN
______
Temple Israel has named its ,
library in honor of its late pres-
ident, Leonard Epstein, it was
announced at a meeting of the
congregation last week.
Resolutions honoring the mem- |
ory of the late officer, who
passed away several months ago
were presented to the widow.
Millard Caldwell emerged on I In an address Herbert U. Fieb-
Wednesday from Florida's run- elman called attention to the
off Democratic primary with a "consecrated service" of the de-
GOVERNOR:OTHER
ELECTION TOTALS
COLLECTIONS OF
WASTE PAPER TO
BE MADE
I SCHOOL PUPILS
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion has announced that it is
now directing its efforts to-
wards assisting local Talmud
Torahs in increasing their en-
rollment of pupils for the sum-
mer sessions of the Hebrew
schools.
Placing special emphasis upon
the importance of continued He-
brew education and training, A.
P Cannes, director of the local
bureau, stated that the summer
is an excellent time for the in-
struction of students as they are
not overburdened with school
work and activity. Parents of
children are asked to cooperate
ln registering their children and
many are taking advantage of
Consolidation of the Dade
County Community Chest and
the War Chest of Dade county
under one charter and with one
board of directors, is now in
process, Ralph A. Tracy, manag-
ing director of both chests has
announced.
The Joint organizations will
be known as the Dade County
Community War Chest, and the
board of directors will cor.sist of
at least 21 persons representa-
tive of the community and the
social welfare agencies who will
be selected by written ballot of
all Chest members at a meeting
late in June. The directors will
then elect their own officers.
"This consolidation of the two
organizations," explained Tracy,
"will necessitate only half the
usual number of board meetings,
and will simplify all records and
bookkeeping into one system.
The personnel of the executive
groups will be strengthened by
concentrating the base of ad-
ministration."
the
summer season to have their
children catch up on lost work
and obtain special tutoring.
The Beth David Talmud Torah
"id the religious school of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center
nave announced that registra-
tions for the summer course
*"i take place Monday and
fM.ay. June 5 and 6. An in-
vesting curriculum has been
iK Par!? under the direction of
w "ubls and teachers together
of !th.e.atanee of the Bureau
Jewish Education.
SALONIKl7 GREECE, IS
A CITY WITHOUT JEWS
Cairo (WN"iTI Saloniki.
ish ?' incc a Cltv with a Jcw'
70fltaPUlallon of approximately
Qw, is completely "judenrein"
porh accordmg to reliable re-
.? underground movement.
haveSL0f the Jews in Saloniki
tratirm n lnrown into concen-
C a"d !abor camps in
ported iano many have been de-
ffW to Poland where they are
veci to have been liquidated.
MEMBERS CAMPAIGN
BY M. BEACH ZIONISTS
The Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, in accordance with plans
outlined by the Southeastern Re-
gional offices, have embarked
on a campaign to secure a max-
imum number of members, and
to collect outstanding dues for
the year.
"The critical situation in which
the Jewish people finds itself
today, being threatened by both
internal and external enemies,
demands utmost vigilance, con-
centration and intensification of
effort. Every Jew should and
must enroll in the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, and those
members who have not as yet
paid their 1944 renewal, are
earnestly requested to do so.
Alex Van Straaten, chairman of
the membership committee, said.
Other members of the commit-
tee are: Matthew Silverstein,
secretary; Jos. M. Rose. Geo. Col-
lier, and Jacob A. Colmes.
I. W. V. AUXILIARY HAS
STARTED BOND DRIVE
Ladies' Auxiliary of Freda
Markowitz Post 174, Jewish War
Veterans, at its meeting at the
YMHA. Miami, Monday after-
noon, launched the organiza-
tion's Fifth War Bond Drive,
pledging to purchase an evacua-
tion hospital of 400 beds for
$65,000, and a convalescent carnp
of 1,000 beds for $41,000. to be
presented with a plaque of the
organization.
Minnie Kline, president, has
named Ida LeVine chairman of
the bond drive, with Betty Levi,
Eva Taub, Pearl Raidman. Ida
Cohen, Hannah Bronstein. and
others, assisting. .
Further information may be
obtained by calling 3-1822 or
2-1025.
43,601 majority for gubernator-
ial nomination on the basis of
unofficial returns from all but
23 precincts.
With only scattered boxes
missing, the total for Caldwell
was 219,786 to 176,185 for Con-
gressman R. A. (Lex) Green of
Starke.
Caldwell led from the start
and Tuesday night, when his
nomination appeared assured, he-
issued a statement at Tallahassee
pledging his best efforts for his
four-year term starting next
January. He kept intact his
record of never losing an election
contest.
The official count in the leg-
islative race for Richard Oelkers,
jr., Miami merchant, show he is
6,555 votes ahead. Oelkers' offi-
cial total is 29,961 and Troy C.
Davis, 23,306.
Unofficial totals of the vote
received by T. L. Adkins and
W. M. (Newt) Hudson, the win-
ner, in the first district consta-
ble's race, were Adkins, 9.048,
and Hudson. 11,875.
The totals in the unofficial
count for the fifth district peace
justice were slightly increased
by the addition of the soldiers'
vote, Kenneth Oka's official
total standing at 3,874 and Park
Grundy at 2,233.
Jimmy Sullivan, Miami police-
man, swept into the sheriff's of-
fice by one of the largest votes
in Dade county's history. He
stated he would spend the time
between now and taking over his
duties studying to qualify him-
self for the job.
Sullivan received 41,078 votes
to 19.072 for his opponent, R.
B. Chastain.
It is believed Sullivan will
accept a post as deputy under
present Sheriff D. C. Coleman
to study the details of the new
jobfrom the inside, and he
said, "I'm going to stick right by
my campaign statements and
work for the people of Dade
county."
ceased over the years to the "one
institution that creates no ill
will, no prejudice," "his eager-
ness to serve his country in war ;
and peace" and whose knowledge
was truly power."
FBI INVESTIGATES
HEM OF HEBREW
EOCAE COMPANY
IS AWARDED 10
HOUSIHG PROJECT
Made public this week by j
William Shayne of the Ocean '
View Company, Miami land
owners, was the announcement
of a $195,000 contract awarded to
Gould-Berkeley, a local con-
struction company, for a war
housing project.
A large number of housing
units will be erected for em-
ployes of Pan American Air-
ways adjacent to Dinner Key,
where the airport is located.
Gould-Berkeley has just com-
pleted a million dollar defense
project in Portsmouth, Virginia,
erecting housing quarters for the
employes of the Norfolk Navy
Yard. Both members of the
firms have been interested in
construction work for a number
of years, both in Miami and
New York, with Emil Gould en-
gaging in hotel and residential
construction in this area. Al-
bert E. Berkeley was active in
construction work in Westchest-
er county prior to his coming
here and served an interim as
mortgage officer of the American
Bank and Trust Company.
Collections of waste paper of
all kinds will begin at 7:30 a.
m., Sunday, May 28th, in a
county-wide paper drive for the
one day only, Mrs. C. H. Reed-
er, chairman of the salvage di-
vision of the Dade County De-
fense Council announced Wed-
nesday.
Two hundred and fifty army
trucks, manned by members of
the American Legion, will make
pick-ups in all municipalities,
which will this time include
North Miami. South Miami, and
Surfside. Housewives are urged
to bundle all waste paper se-
curely and leave it in front of
the house in order that it may
be picked up speedily.
The salvage division is issuing
a special call for old school
books or other books which have
been discarded, as these are
found to be especially valuable
in paper salvage, Mrs. Reeder
said.
Another type of waste paper
hitherto ignored is being stressed
in this drive. Small bits of pa-
per amount to high tonnage if
salvaged, it has been learned,
and with a view to obtaining ev-
I ery bit of this valuable wartime
item possible, special emphasis
I is being placed on this phase for
! the forthcoming drive.
"Figures recently compiled by
I the War Production Board re-
veal that such items as envel-
opes, discarded letters, laundry
Washington ( W N S ) Peter
Bergson, whose formation of a
"Hebrew Committee for Nation-
al Liberation" provoked bitter
criticism in Jewish circles, is
said to be under investigation
by the Department of Justice.
The justice department is said to
investigate his status here under
a visa which expired in July of
1942 and his failure to register
with its foreign agents registra-
tion section. .
At the same time it was dis-
closed that Max Zaritzky. presi-
dent of the United Hatters. Cap
and Millinery Workers of Amer-
ica, had charged that the Ameri-
can League for a Free Palestine
is a subdivision of the Libera-
tion Committee. He forbade the
league to use his name on any
documents it may issue. A sim-
ilar request was made by Wil-
liam Green, president of the
American Federation of Labor.
Among other labor leaders who
joined in Mr. Zaritzky's rebuke
of the League were: R. J. Thoma.s
president of the United Automo-
bile Workers of the C. I. u.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
SCHEDULE FOR BLOOD
DONORS ANNOUNCED
Mrs. Marius Lodeeson, known
in art and radio circles, has been
named executive secretary of
the Blood Donors' council. Jack
Roberts, .chairman, announced.
The council is sponsored by the
medical division of the Dade De-
fense council.
Mrs. Lodeeson has set up a
schedule for donors at the down-
town station in the Ingraham
building and the Blood Bank ad-
joining Jackson Memorial hos-
pital. Donations are made each
morning by members of various
groups comprising the council.
U. OF MIAMI STUDENTS
SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
A number of University of
Miami students, completing the
semester's activities, are seek-
ing employment for the summer,
William Kesselman, director of
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion at the University has an-
nounced. The Foundation is as-
suming the task of assisting in
an aid both to them and the
the placing of these students as
community, the director said.
"With the shortage of help, I am
sure many local businesses can
use the student's services. By
so doing they will help these
boys and girls develop their re-
sources, not forgetting the finan-
cial assistance that many of them
need. Included in the group
seeking full or part time employ-
ment are typists, stenographers,
salespeople and others that can
adapt themselves to varied ac-
tivities," the director stated.
Mr. Kesselman is accepting re-
quests for these students at
4-0801 or 48-2431.
1 lists, cigaret packages, mail-ad-
vertising matter and other pa-
' per usually consigned to the
. waste basket, amount up into
' important contributions," Mrs.
Reeder stated.
Two hundred burlap bags
have been obtained by the sal-
vage division and will be sent
to any offices that would like
i to.assist in this manner, she ad-
j ded. Building office managers
desiring such containers may ob-
! tain them by calling the salvage
division of the defense council.
COUNTY'S OUOTA
Dade county's quota in the
Fifth War Loan drive June 12 to
July 8 has been set at a record
peak of $32,379,000, Claude L.
Hemphill, local manager of the
Florida War Finance committee,
announced.
This overall quota compares
with the $27,805,200 goal set for
Dade in the Fourth War Loan
campaign.
Dade county's quota in Series
E Bonds alone has been fixed at
$6,995,000 issue price.
Dade countians will be called
upon to purchase nearly one-
quarter of the entire $137,000,000
overall quota assigned to Flor-
ida, Hemphill said. The state's
Fourth War Loan drive was
$121,000,000.
For the nation at large, the
Fifth War Loan will call for
bond purchases aggregating 18
billions, the highest in any drive
to date.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
NBS PRESENTS SPECIAL
SHEVUOTH PROGRAM
New YorkIn observance of
the Jewish holiday of Shevuoth,
which commemorates the hand-
ing down of the Ten Command-
ments on Mt. Sinai, NBC pre-
sents a special program in co-
operation with the American
Jewish Committee Sunday, May
28 (NBC, 12:00-12.30 p. m. EWT).


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FRIDAY, MAY 26. 1944
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
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Pfc. Alexander Leon Perper,
and his bride were home on a
combined honeymoon and visit
to his father. Arthur L. Perper
of 224 E. 37th St.. Miami Beach.
They were married April 29 in
Greensboro, N. C.
Prior to leaving for their sum-
mer home in Washington, D. C,
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Zinna-
mon entertained a number of
their friends at an out-door bar-
becue supper last Sunday at their
home. 4326 Sheridan Ave.
Leo Radoff has just returned
from a trip to New York. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Rad-
off. They reside at 830 W. 42nd
street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Zisscn of
Akron, Ohio arc spending a short
stay here visiting with their fam-
ily. While here they attended
the Bar Mitzvah of their nephew.
Lillian Farber, 1345 Pennsyl-
vania ave., was awarded grand
prize in the annual Kiwanis club
vocational guidance or planning-
a-career essay contest.
Miss Naomi Grossman will ar-
rive here this week to join her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Grossman, for the summer after
attending Tulane University in
New Orleans.
TONER THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Fri., May 26thLast Day
CHAS. COBURN
NELSON EDDY
IS
Knickerbocker
Holiday
PERCY KILLBRIDE
JOHNNY (Scat) DAVIS
Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. Thru Thurs., May
27-June 1
AMERICA'S MOST
FABULOUS CHARACTER!
//
BUFFALO
BILL"
IN TECHNICOLOR
WITH
JOEL McCREA
MAUREEN O'HARA
THOS. MITCHELL
LINDA DARNELL
Miss Helen Osman returned to
New York with her mother after
spending the winter here. En-
route they stopped in Georgia^o
visit with their brother and son
who is a member of the armed
forces.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Fried-
man will hold Open H<>use in
honor of their new bom son Ken-
neth Harris on Tuesday evening.
Mav 30. The Fnedmans reside
at 1350 S. W. 12th St. Friends
and relatives are invited.
Mrs. Helen Rosenstein, known
as Aunt Helen, celebrated her
birthday last Monday evening at
a party given by her many friends
of the Bonnie Apartments, Miami
Beach, where she is now making
hi r home. She received many
cards of congratulations from
hi-r friends in the north.
UNVEILING
Mrs. Gussie Horowitz, 5()5 12th
Street, entertained last Monday
evening in honor of the birth-
day of her sister, Ann Novack.
Passaic, N. J. Mrs. Horowitz
will li ave soon to spend the sum-
mer in New Jersey.
WEDDINGS
A wedding of much interest
was that of Miss Nancy Elaine
Michael, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Michael, to Stanley Ber-
nard Kanner, United States Naval
Reserves, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kanner, of Sarasota, Fla.,
which took place last Friday at
the home of the bride's parents,
1900 S. W. 2lst Terrace, with
Rabbi Jacob Tarshish officiating.
Miss Michael wore a dress of
white jersey with V neck and
bracelet length sleeves and a
veil of allusion which had been
worn by her mother and grand-
mother. She had as matron of
honor her sister. Mrs. El Roy
McCarley, and Mr. Bennie Kan-
ner, of Sarasota. Fla.. was his
brother's attendant. Following
the wedding the party was en-
tertained at dinner at the Gar-
den Restaurant, Mr. and Mrs.
Kanner left for New York where
they will make their home.
Out of town guests included
I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sommerstein,
\ Sebring, Fla.; Mrs. B. Jenkins,
I Tarpon Springs, Fla,; Mrs. O. S.
Kainerack, Stuart, Fla.. and
others.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
a help preserve Democracy.
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
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
CAMPS KEEYUMAH CARMELIA
IN THE POCONO MOUNTAINSORSON. PA.
Elevation 2000 feet; private lake; modern bungalows, all facilities*
dietary laws; private camp for boys and girls 6 to 16. Tuition task
season (July and August). Write ^^
MRS. A P GANNES
1121 8th 8TREET. MIAMI BEACH
Buy a Rod and Reel
AND RELAX
For Vour Health and Pleasure
SHRIBER'S FISHING
TACKLE SHOP
617 West Ave.. M. B. Ph. 5-1923
OPEN EVENINOS
SHIRLEY EVELYN MERVIS
Jack Seitlin. son of Mi-, and
Mrs. Henry Seitlin of this city
graduated from the Loyola Uni-
versity School of Dentistry Fri-
day, May 19 and at the same time
was commissioned a Lt. ">
the U. S. Navy. On Tuesday,
May 30. he will be married to
Miss Shirley Mervis, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mervis 01
Washington, D. C.
Miss Mervis, formerly of Palm
Beach, was graduated from
Roosevelt school there and later
studied commercial art.
Mr. Seitlin is a native Miamian.
was graduated from Miami High
school and attended the Univer-
sity of Florida before entering
Loyola.
His parents and brother Sam
are in New Orleans for the oc-
casion.
BAR MITZVAH
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Albert
B Kasanof, flying cadet, took
nlace Monday at noon in the
Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro,
of Beth David Congregation, of-
ficiated. Arrangements were in
chcarge of Sidney H. Palmer of
the Palmer Monument Company.
The unveiling and dedication
of a monmuent to the memory
of the late Harry Green was held
Thursday at 2 P.M. in Mount
Nebo Cemetery. Arrangements
were in charge of Sidney H.
Calmer of the Palmer Monument
Company.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Ter-
resa Pollack was held Tuesday,
May 23rd, in the Jewish Section
Oi Woodlawn Park Cemetery.
Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, of Beth
Jacob Congregation, officiated
and arrangements were in charge
of Sidney H. Palmer of the Palm-
er Monument Company.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK LADIES TO
HOLD BINGO PARTY JUNE 7
The Ladies Auxiliary of Scha-
arei Zedek announces that the
public is invited to the Bingo
party to be held at the Miami
V, 1567 S. W. 5th St., at 8 P.M.
Wednesday, June 7th. An inter-
( simg evening of entertainment
has been planned. A nominal
admission will be charged with
the proceeds going to the Tal-
mud Torah Fund. Mrs. Morris
Ofsowitz will lead a committee
of hostesses.
lear school hoit*
exercise^thuSday
thfrsras'thifss-l
attended by many J&22
parents as well as a K%5?
ber of local residents R num-
Taking place Thursday aftit
noon the scene of graduation 2,
centered around the United 5?
lions and the setting J \
out-doors stage in the garden\
the school. Rabbi IrvinR gh?
man was guest speaker and ore
sented the awards and dinlnrn?
High school. gradieTS
Lawrence Leyme, valedJetffi
Caryl Bayersdorfer, Arnold ffi
tner. Marilyn Gesskr, Arhnp
Jacobson June Jaffe. SarabeK
Jalan, Joan Marcus. Char
Mester, Marilyn Miller. Arthur
Peisner and Jeanne Perse
Elementary graduates included'
Theodore Angelus. Bernard Bee'
ker, Eleanor Cohen. Julian Jaffe
Nanc.X RMssack- LosUl" SiRelbaum
and Maxine Chaminc.
MR. AND MRS. JACOBS TO
DO HONOR TO THEIR SON
At the close of the Beth David
Junior Services for the summer
Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs'
in honor of their son, David, wili
give the Kiddish, this Saturday
morning, to the children of the
Talmud Torah. David has served
as Junior Rabbi for the past
three years. He has matriculated
at the University of Florida for
the summer term and expects to
leave Miami the sixth of June.
ARBEITER RING WILL HOLD
SUPPER SUNDAY EVENING
JEWISH WORKERS ALLIANCE
WILL OBSERVE SHEVUOTH
Rev. and Mrs. S. Guttman an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of then
son David M.. to take place at
services Saturday morning May
27, at the Beth Jacob Synagogue.
A reception will follow in the
community building. No invita-
tions are being issued and friends
and relatives are invited.
BIRTHS
Lt. and Mrs. Harold Bernard
Yudkin, 1043 Euclid avenue, an-
nounce the birth of a son.
The Jewish Workers Alliance
Bailik Branch No. 290 will hold
a Shevuoth "Feast of Weeks"
cell luation on Monday. Mav 29th,
at H:30 P.M., at the Labor Ly-
ceum. 25 Washington Avenue. A
program has been arranged to
be followed by a social hour at
which refreshments will be
served.
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Jack Rob-
inson, 5245 Alton Rd.. announce
the birth of a son.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Lytton. Mi-
ami Beach announce the birth
of a daughter at the St. Francis
Hospital Monday.
ONElADAY
VITAMIN ^sLtABLITS
'I'lIINK of Itl Your mln-
* lmtus daily requirement*
of A and D Vitamins or of
B Complex Vitamins, In on
pleasant tablet. Remember
the name ONB-A-DAT
(brand) Vitamin Tablet*.
D.
Mill*
NERVINE
T\0 TENSK nerras maka
*-* JTCTI Wakeful. Cranky.
KaatlassT Dr. Mile* Nar.ina
help* to Issssn Narvooa
Tension. Get It at roar draer
tore. Read directions and
naa only as directed.
Alka-Seltzer
WHEN HeaeUeaa, If.a-
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NearaWia, Distsaas after
MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE
Flans have been completed for
tin installation of officers at a
luncheon on Wednesday, May
31st, at 1 o'clock, at Victor's Din-
ing Room, Antilla Hotel. 1108
I'once de Leon, Coral Gables.
Reservations are in charge of
I Mrs. Juliet Stone and. Mrs. Fay
Weintraub. An interesting pro-
gram is being planned by Mrs.
Herman Bloom, chairman, and
her committee including Mrs.
1 Maurice Furnian, Mrs. Leon Kap-
lan. Mrs. Lil Friedman and Mrs.
Samuel Weissel. Early reserva-
tions are urged.
The next meeting of the league
will be held at the Miami Y.
1567 S. W. 5th Street, Monday
evening, May 29th. at which time
the nominating committee will
present the following slate: Mrs.
\ Anne Koven, president; Mrs. Mol-
ly Kauffman, first vice-president;
Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, second
I vice-president; Mrs. Nettie Nov-
ack, secretary; and Mrs. Fav
, Weintraub, treasurer. Election
I of Officers will take place at this
: meeting.
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Arbeitcr Ring Branch No. 692
will hold a supper on Sunday
May 28th at 7 P.M., at the Ly-
ceum, 25 Washington Ave. Mi-
ami Beach, to celebrate the in-
stallation of thirty-five i ew mem-
bers who have joined in recent
weeks. Mr. Shloin Litt will dis-
cuss the holiday of "Shvous." Mr.
Alex Arnoff will talk about De-
claration Day.
The Arbeiter Ring Women's
Club No. 692 will have their in-
stallation of officers Sunday,
May 28th, at 7 P.M. at the Ar-
beiter Ring Lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida. Officers elected at a meet-
ing May 14th arc: Mrs. Becky
Levine, Chair Lady; Mrs. Morris
Jacobs, Finance Secretary; Mrs.
Simon Kahn, Recording Secre-
tary; Mrs. Borus Rifkind, Treas-
urer; Mrs. M. Ratner, Beach Hos-
pitalor; Mrs. J. H. Siegle, Miami
Hospitalor.
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The Biscayne Kennel club the
let operating greyhound rac-
old Inter in South Flonda yet
'^oftsmost modern, will brmg
St^to^row'^ht
11 offer the final prep events
'an extenMve roster of Derby
tible entrants. Selection of
27final 16 stars to compete Mon-
Sfy K May 29, in the two
rKby Trials promises to array
Z* of the neatest fields in years
ocomJee"f.,r this coveted honor
S? final racing greyhound
.takes Of the year. The leading
STdoi in eaeh of the Derby
Thais will qualify for the Derby
ffipionship <>n Wednesdays
Si niRhl whe the beaten
SSdQfi in each Trial will com-
%n* niuhfs Derby Con-
Sation. The four Derby events
JJv purses totaling well over
Si 000 with the Derby winner to
rt.0,vi. a beautifu trophy.
Managina Director Joe H.
Adams has ;mnnunced that post
time for the Wednesday night
closing program will be 7:45 in-
stead of 8 P-m. with the card
listinu 11 raci rather than the
usual 10 events. Box patrons are
urged to make their reservations
Ihu weekend as indications are
a crow ling all other Bis-
cayne attendance will be on hand
lor the 'Greyhound Get-
away" i: i ort's greatest
Florid., sea
TEMPLE ISRAEL" WILL
CONFIRM 1944 CLASS
Templ< I rael will confirm its
IM4 class of 30 young men and
women at special services. Sun-
day morning. May 28, at the
Temple starting at 10:00 o'clock.
Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will have
charge of ill ceremonies and will
addn-ss the graduates, all of
whom have completed satisfac-
torily the necessary work and
courses.
Th.' i iclllde I. ii i I A'l -
!, I, .1 \ kl, Evn K. lini'.M,
loj Bennett, Roi-
llrown, Alan is Co-
hen, Gloria it t'ohen, Alan J. Fox.
.i ii ki. i-'i eedman,
lanu i'ieedman, Jacqueline
II i'.. ..i.i ;> stein, B3-
ntB Kauffi i Joyce Ii. Keraln,
H.ni- I... Klein, Miiimv Howard
Kihi. Mi i r i.u lie lMstn.fr. Donald
h II Reieman. William
Kable, Myra Jaan
i -1 i -' hwarti, Hamlil N.
Welnsteln, War-
"ii s v nd David Hlilinul
B.LEV1NE DIES MONDAY
AFTER A BRIEF ILLNESS
Benjamin LeVine, 62, 826 Or-
tega Ave., Coral Gables, died
Monday night.
A retired wholesale jeweler,
he came to Miami 10 years ago
from Chicago, and was active in
organizational work until illness
necessitated curtailment of these
endeavors. He served four suc-
cessive te*rms as treasurer of
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith.
Surviving are his wife. Mrs.
Etta LeVine; two daughters, the
Misses Natalie and Marilyn
Mickey LeVine; two brothers,
Dr. Sam LeVine, Lawton, Okla..
and Julius LeVine, Chicago, and
three sisters, the Misses Jessie
and Norma LeVine of Chicago
and Mrs. Abe Penn, Lawrence.
Mass.
Services will be held Friday
from Temple Israel, with the
Gordon Funeral Home in charge
or arrangements, starting
promptly at 2 p. m., with Rabbi
Jacob Tarshish officiating. In-
terment will be in the family
plot at Graceland. Pall bearers
will be Dr. Frank Coret, Stanley
C. Myers, Isaac Levin, Norman
Rossman. Morris Alpert. and
Max Azar.
M. BEACH CENTER

HYMAN FEINBERG
Hyman Feinberg. 75. of 505
12th St.. Miami Beach, died in a
hospital May 15. He came here 23
years ago from Wilmington. Del.
Surviving are four sons. Sam,
Isaac and Henry of Wilmington,
and William of Miami Beach,
and one daughter, Mrs. Rose
Bloomberg of Wilmington, where
the body was sent by Riverside
Memorial chapel.
The Confirmation Exercises of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Class of 1944 will take place at
the Center on Sunday, May 28th,
at 10:30 A.M. Six girls will be
confirmed, and three boys who
have completed the stipulated
course of study will participate
in the service.
The Confirmants are:
Ktini, daughter of Mi. and Mrs
Max Baron; Barbara, riauKht,-i of Mr
ami Mr* Sol Epateln; Bdythe, daugh-
ter of Mr, anil Mis. Ruby Golin: Max-
inc. daughter of Mr. anil Mm. Conrad
M.null I. Qlorla. daughter of Mr ami
Mrs Max Saldlnaer; Paula, daughter
or Mrs. Hannah Bplegel: Edward, eon
Of Mr. ami .Mr?. Qeorge Cohen; Allan.
sun nl Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T Bap.
iro.
The procession will be led into
the Synagogue by Mr. Samuel
Friedland. President of the Cen-
ter, and Mr. Joseph M. Rose, 1st
Vive-President. Rabbi Irving
I.ehrman will deliver "A Charge
to the Confirmants", and Certifi-
cates of Confirmation and Bibles
will be presented by Mr. Herman
A.
M. Berk, Chairman of the Sun-
day School and Mr. Harry Sir-
kin, Chairman of the Hebrew
School. Parents of the Confirm-
apts will be hosts to the Congre-
gation at a reception in the Cen-
ter Patio immediately following
the Service. The Sisterhood of
the Center will honor the Con-
firmants at a dance on Wednes-
day Evening, May 31st, at 8:00
P.M.
Saturday morning, May 27th,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will honor
the graduating seniors of the
High Schools. His sermon,
"Youth on the March," will be
dedicated to them.
Sunday, May 21st, marked the
closing session of the Sunday
School of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community Center. A spe-
cial program was arranged for
the occasion. Prizes and Certifi-
cates of Proficiency were pres-
ented to the outstanding pupils of
the various classes by Mr. Her-
man M. Berk, Chairman of the
Sunday School, and Mr. Harry
Sirkin, Chairman of the Hebrew
School.
MORRIS KESSLER
Morris Kessler, 59. a retired
food dealer, died suddenly of a
heart ailment, at his home. 319
N. W. 12th Ave. He came to
Miami from New York five
years ago to make his permanent
home here. He was a member
of the Odd Fellows Lodge of
New York City. He is survived
by his widow. Rebecca: two
daughters, Mrs. Marion Brain-
son, N. Y., and Miss Martha
Kessler. Miami; two sons. Sgt.
Jack Kessler and Cpl. Samuel
; Kessler. of the United States
I Armed Forces, and a sister. Mrs.
\ Bella Kline. Yonkers. N. Y.
i Funeral services were held
Wednesday, May 24th, in the
Palmer Funeral Chapel, with
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth Da-
vid Congregation officiating.
Graveside services were held by
the Odd Fellows Lodge of Mi-
ami. Interment was in the Jew-
ish section of Woodlawn Park
cemetery.
MR. AND MRS H. BULBIN
OBSERVE SILVER WEDDING
Mi ami Mrs. Henry Bulbin are
celebrating their silver wedding
anniversary Sunday, May 28th,
with a dinner at the Garden Res-
taurant. Besides the hosts the
Wests will include their two sons,
Joseph and Stanley. Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Cowen and their daugh-
ters, Fay and Sybil, Mr. and Mrs.
M M. Nankin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Katz and daughter, Frances. Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Lavigne, Comdr.
and Mrs. Nathan Iavine, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Getzug and daughter,
Anyee, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ne-
vins and Mr. and Mrs. I. Levin.
MRS. S. SCHWERTOK
Mrs. S. Schwertok. 1017 Jef-
ferson Ave., died Tuesday. In-
terment will be in New York.
Mr. Schwertok is owner of the
Brompton-Manor apartments and
has resided in Miami Beach for
several years.
JULIUS SHELTON
Julius Shelton. 61, died late
Wednesday night. He had been
a resident here the past three
years coming from New York
city. He is survived by his wid-
ow, Mrs. Amelia Shelton, and
one son, Steve Shelton. USN.
Funeral services will be held
Friday. 2 p. m., at the Riversir/
Memorial chapel. Burial will be
in Mt. Sinai cemetery.
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Placed in me as
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JIMMY
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(Paid Pol. Adv.)
ISADOR MARKS
Isador Marks, 74. of 507 Es-
panola Way. Miami Beach, died
Saturday in a hospital. He came
here four years ago from New
York City. Surviving are a son.
Lewis, of the Army, and a
daughter, Mrs. Sally Silverman.
New York City, where the body
was sent by Riverside Memorial
chapel.
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"KITS FOR RUSSIA" TO
I BE GIVEN WEDNESDAY
Wednesday afternoon, May 31,
2:00 P.M. is the new time ap-
pointed for the "Kits for Rus-
sia" benefit party sponsored by
the Miami Section of the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women. This
party was to have been held last
Wednesday but was postponed
because of unforeseen difficul-
ties.
The affair, according to Mrs.
Herman Wepman, in charge of
arrangements, will enable Coun-
cil members to fulfill their pledge
to provide those kits for needy
Russian families. One dollar's
worth of any of the following
commodities is the admission to
the affair, which will be held at
the Atlantis Roof, 2655 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach: cotton
thread, needles, pins, soap, sugar
cigarettes, adhesive tape, Turk-
ish towels, evaporated milk, work
gloves, hard candy, and dehyd-
rated soups.
Feature of the afternoon will
be a book review by Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein of "Liberty Street"
by I. V. Morris.
Mrs. Wepman is assisted by
Mrs. Nat Williams, Mrs. Joseph
Kolber, Mrs. Stuart Gordon. Mrs.
Morris Alpert, and Mrs. Irving
, Kobley, Refreshments will be
j served. Members and friends
I are urged to attend.
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The Jewish Floridian
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P. O. Box 2073________________Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.60
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1944
SIVAN 4. 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 21
Face Facts

By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
TIDBITS FROM EVER1
Mtidy Confidential
-By PHINEAS I. BfflON-
SHEVUOTH1944
The Synagogue Council of America, representing the Jew-
ish religious organizations of the country, is hopeful that this
Feast of Weeks may be the prelude to the months in which
Victory may come to the United Nations.
No one is more conscious of the significance of spiritual
laws arising out of the struggle and the vision of men trying
to find eternal light than the Jewish people at this season of
the year. In Synagogue and Temple, wherever Jews abide,
whether it be in lands of liberty like ours or in the under-
ground haunts of axis-infested countries, Israel will observe
the Shevuoth festival in a spirit of unusual dedication and
resolve.
Shevuoth, or the Feast of Weeks, has its harvest origin but
its greater significance is that on this day at Sinai the Deca-
logue was accepted by our forefathers as the Law of God for
mankind. Many pronouncements and characters have been
issued since that ancient time. Few have put into such simple
yet majestic terms man's faith in God, man's duty to his fel-
lowman and man's realization that he cannot be a law unto
himself but that he must obey the Law of the Lord.
Today, more than ever, the message of this festival that
we have one Father and one God hath made us all is one
that men of every creed can endorse. The Nazi and Fascist
dictators seek to break the tablets of the Law beyond redemp-
tion. The Judaeo-Christian world is resolved that the Ten
Commandments shall be written anew upon the heart and
minds of the generations yet to be.
WORTH READING *
One of the most famous letters in American history affect-
ing Jewsunknown to many persons of the present genera-
tionwas published recently in the Hebrew Union College
Bulletin. An explanatory note 'ollows:
One of the most colorful figures to appear on the
American .-one in the last century was Raphael J. Moses.
He distingui.^hed himself as a major for the Confederacy
during the Civil War. Attached to General Longstreet's
staff, he was the chief commissary of his native Georgia
and was known as the "honest commissary"an almost
paradoxical statement in that hectic era.
After the war he returned to his law practice, entered
politics and was elected to the Georgia legislature in 1866.
Here he added to the brilliance of his career, becoming the
acknowledged leader of the House, renowned for his ard-
ent patriotism and oratory. It was in the course of his po-
litical career, that an opponent, a Mr. Tuggle. referred to
him sneeringly as a "Jew." Major Moses was not present
on the occasion, but when word came to him. he answered
in a letter that was printed in the Columbus, Georgia,
Daily Times of August 29. 1876.
Though almost seventy years have passed since it was
penned, this frank and fiery rejoinder is still applicable to
Jewish life. It is one of those timeless statements that are
worthy of repetition in any age. It asks for tolerance not
as a concession, but as a right, conscious of the heritage
of freedom in both Jewish and American life.
The letter itself follows:
"I hare taken time to authenticate a report which I heard for
the first time on the evening of the last day of the convention. At
West Point and in my absence, during your congressional cam-
paign, you sought for me a term of reproach, and from your well- '
defined vocabulary selected the epithet of Jew.
"Had I served you to the extent of my ability in your recent
political aspirations and your over-burdened heart had sought re- '
lief in some exhibition of unmeasured gratitude; had you a wealth
of gifts and selected from your abundance your richest offering to
lay at my feet, you could not have honored me more highly, nor
distinguished me more gratefully than by proclaiming me a Jew.
I am proud of my lineage and my race; in your severest censure
you cannot name an act of my life which dishonors either, or
which would mar the character of a Christian gentleman. I feel
it an honor to be one of a race whom persecution cannot crush;
whom prejudice has in vain endeavored to subdue; who. despite
the powers of man and the combined governments of the world,
protected by the hand of Deity have burst the temporal bonds with
which prejudice would have bound them, and after nineteen cen-
turies of persecution still survives as a nation, and assert their
manhood and intelligence, and give proof of "the divinity that stirs
within them" by having become a great factor in the government
of mankind?
Would you honor me? Call me a Jew. Would you place in
unenviable prominence your own un-Christian prejudice and big-
otry? Call me a Jew. Would you offer a living example of a man
into whose educated mind toleration cannot enter, on whose heart
the spirit of liberty and the progress of American principles has
made no impression? You can find it illustrated in yourself. Your
narrow and benighted mind, pandering to the prejudices of your
auditory, has attempted to taunt me by calling me a Jew__one of
that peculiar people at whose altars, according to the teachings of
"Strike out the nationality of Judea. and you would seek in
your theological masters. God chose that His Son should worship.
vain for Christ and his apostles. Strike out of sacred history the
teachings of the Jews, and you would be as ignorant of God and
the soul's immortal mission as you are of the duties and amenities
of social life.
1 am not angered, but while I thank you for the opportunity
which you have given me to rebuke your prejudice, confined to a
limited number of distinguished for their bigotry and sectarian
feelingsof which you are a fit exemplarI pity you for hnvinq
been cast in a mould impervious to the manly and liberal senti-
ments which distinguish the nineteenth century.
"You axe not created without a purpose; nature exhibits her
beauties by the contrast of light and shade; humanity illustrates
its brightest and noblest examples by placing its most perfect mod-
els in juxtaposition with the meanest specimens of mankind. So
that you have the consolation of knowing that your mind has been
thus deformed in the wisdom of the Great Architect that vou
might serve as a shadow to bring forth in bold relief the briahUr
tints of that beautiful picture. Religious Toleration, enoraftedI in
the Constitution of the United States by the wisdom of our fathers!
This week your director pro-
poses to invade the realm Of
' our fellow-columnist, Marx Fein-
berg. and discuss some matters
pertaining to B'nai B'rith.
Last week I made a rapid tour
' of Western and Northern Flor-
ida. Anyone who travels for
pleasure these days is plumb
crazy. Mv bag was lost in the
short run between Tampa and
Lakeland and turned up myster-
iously in Orlando the next day.
Five hours of the lurching. Btif-
ling trip from Eustis to Talla-
hassee found your director up-
righl on crying feet
With all the discomfort, how-
ever, the trip was very worth
while. In community after
community we found every
adult Jew a member of B rial
B'rith. In addition, the enter-
prising local lodge leaders had
scoured the neighboring ham-
lets and had enrolled every one
eligible for many miles around.
, It made me not only proud to be
.i fellow Ben Brith but also
I made me realize what a useful
function this leading Jewish ser-
vice organization is accomplish-
ing in unifying Jewish life and
giving to the Jews in far-flung
communities a sense of solidity
and of their place in the Hebrew
cultural tradition. Further, and
I know the rabbis will be inter-
ested in this. I found practically
every Ben Brith a member of
the community synagogue or
temple. It appeared that the
two great unifying forces in
Jewish life in the smaller com-
munities of Florida, and 1 imag-
ine this applies to the smaller
communities all over the United
States, are houses of worship and
the B'nai B'rith lodg< S.
I was particularly impressed
by the B'nai B'rith meeting in
Tallahassee. Every adult Jew
in the community, save one,
can e to the temple promptly at
7:00 p. in. for an excellent steak
dinner catered by the enterpris-
ing lodge president, Abe Gross.
Home made cake fortified the
diners against the ravages of an
address by your director. Sub-
sequently, a most stimulating
discussion took place and it was
midnight before Gross and Al
Block were able to shoo the laSl
disputants into the soft night
air.
That, my friends, is a picture
of B'nai B'rith at its best. That's
why I'm proud of the fact that
I am privileged to play an active,
role in the affairs of such an
organization.
II A 1
II K N
II E R E
UK
(This column Is oondUCtsd bv the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation in
ooperatlon with The Jewish Kiori.i-
.- ..mmunlty norvU-o To Inform
the community of your organization's
activities and to avoid conflicts in
latea, phone 3-5411 and ask for
"Community Calendar." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
Monday. May 29th
Jewish study Oroup, agei n |o II
ponaored by the Bureau of Jewish
Kdui-.itii.n in cooperation with ih
Town "T" 1567 8. W. r.th Bt
J:JO to i:io ,, ; American Jew-
ish < ..nut.-**. Women's Division.
Tuesday. May 30th
National Home for Jewish Child-
iV". I1 RS?VSr\..1,:, "> Charles
Hotel. 1476 Collins Av,.
Wednesday. May 31at
Jewish Study Group. a*es 14 to 18
sponsored by the Bureau of JJ
.! IiJ!ut'ai.tl0.nln '""nation with
R on ,M*Cin V'' 'v l'",COln *'*<*
, t"L?:5 fcrm-: Na,l"nl Council
of Jewish Women, book review
proceeds to Russian War U.llef'
Atlantis Hotel. 2 p m
Sunday, June 4th
sT mUnU ArB*mbl>- "tartlng- at
Z P. m Miami Woman's Club.
5TH WARlOANGROUP
MET AT BEACH YMHA
Representatives of all organi-
zations and groups at Miami
vSJj SSi* Thursday at the
HL*L yHA.,at ,No' Lincoln
Road and made plans for Miami
Beach participation in the fifth
'. W?F loan campaign.
Max M. Ozer and Samuel T.
Sapiro are co-chairmen of the
Beach division of the county war
finance committee.
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POLITICAL COMMENT------
Well-informed circles regard as a political blunde
Appeal to Stalin issued by the Emergency Committee to ft5?
the Jewish People of Europe Some members of this F
gency Committee are known in Moscow as havinq maim '
a consistently anti-Soviet attitude They are certain!?
wrong people to appeal to Stalin for anything ... y toe
LISTEN HERE_____
Bishop Francis J. Haas' acceptance of the co-chairmansK
of the Council against Intolerance is an important event
Dean of the Catholic University of American and former ch" i'
man of the Fair Employment Practices Committee, the Bisr?"'
is a fighter ... Dr. Israel Goldstein's message on D-Day I
dressed to Zionists, was a great patriotic and Zionist doc
ment ... A number of correspondents ask us why the Amer m
Jewish groups don't institute energetic protests against'*11
Polish government-in-exile, now that General Anders notori
anti-Semitic order of the day has been proven authentic 0US
Our answer is that we don't know We believe it is MmS
time to take drastic action .... l^
LITERARY NOTES____
Sholom Asch's "The Apostle" is on the Catholic Index as
"objectionable literature" Josef Israels 2nd, son of the late
Mrs. Henry Moskowitz and grand-nephew of the famous Dutch
painter whose name he bears, is serving in the merchant mar-
ine, but has none the less written an article on aerial gunnery
. What is more, the article is based on personal exper-
ience 7 Israels managed this by temporarily joininq cui
American air force crew during a leave granted him in the
South Pacific area Gertrude Berg, creator of radio's "Gold-
berg Family," will author a comic strip featuring her well-known
characters for the New York Post beginning next month ... This
will be Mrs. Berg's first newspaper appearance since her
weekly featurette, "Mamatalks," was distributed by the Seven
Arts Feature Syndicate some years ago .
THE MUSICAL BEAT____
The sponsors of the Madison Square Garden Flag Day
observance on June 14th had a happy inspiration when they
decided to present Halevy's opera "La Juive" on that occasion
. This immortal masterpiece against intolerance will be most
appropriate ... A tone poem describing Hedy Lamarr is the
latest work of composer George Antheil Add things we
never knew before: That there is a theory that Wolfgand Ame-
deus Mozart, the famous Austrian composer, was born a Jew,
but was baptized in his early childhood on the orders of an
imperial personage who, hearing the infant prodigy perform,
decreed that a Jew could not be a genius ... We garnered this
from "A Guide for the Bedevilled," whose author, Ben Hecht,
attributes the ukase to Marie Antoinette, though he inclined to
the belief that if there is anything to the story it must have been
Marie Antoinette's mother, Maria Theresa, who brought about
the conversion. .
ABOUT PEOPLE____
Congratulations to Leonard Bernstein on the selection of
his symphony, "Jeremiah," as the outstanding orchestral work
by an American composer introduced in New York this season
. This is a fitting climax to Bernstein's first season in the
public eye (a year ago he was known only to a select circle in
his own Massachusetts bailiwick) ... Eli Lloyd Hoffman, form-
er Broadway press agent, is now columning in an Army publica-
tion And Mel Diamond, another former Broadwayite, now
attached to an anti-aircraft unit in Italy, is keeping his hand
in by writing colorful reports of the proceedings there (Winchell
recently published one in his column) Aside to Goebbels:
The late Mrs. Sara Delano Roosevelt did you dirt when she
named her only son Franklin Just think what a field day you
would have had if she hadn't overruled a Roosevelt family
tradition in accordance with which the future President should
have been christened Isaac .
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PAGE FIVE
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
by
MARX FEINBERG

|
-. ,044 convention for the 5th
^J will be held in Atlanta
District w a m on Sunday,
beginnins \ will continue
June0h Monday Bight, June 12.
*r0?gh 2S5 will be the com-
*?dht and Spacious Biltmore
for,a,bl^n Atlanta. Registration
./at 9 o'clock and con-
'SnUUout the day.
Many Important matters will
fbefore the convention. Ar-
come beiort de for
""^tand.nK program which
a",lllud" ".eakers of national
Wlmence who arc to address
EnSSntion. Due to war
"Lpreencies, social functions
Z te limited but outstanding
mnrams will always take place
rmake the entire trip interest-
's well as instructive. Gate
gy Lodge Ol Atlanta will be
' LS for the convention and
from all reports it appeals that
will be worth-while for each
Jfvou to make a special effort
,0AorddinR to the last report
(,led with the District, Sholem
Lodec is entitled to twenty-one
Sates- At this writing the
following have made reserva-
iions to go: Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Heiman, Mr. and Mrs Sam B.
Miller. Isidore Goldstein. Mr.
ar.d Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Milton
a Friedman, Sam Marcus. Irv-
ine Firtel. Ahx Miller. Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Blumberg. Fred Shoch-
et. Max Silver. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Turk. Mr. and Mrs.
J George Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Pallet, Daniel Broad. A.
Kaplan. Jack August, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Doro-
thy Borenstein with two guests
Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinbere '
Delegates should take notice
that the district has a SI 500
mileage fund which will be dis-
tributed to all delegates on a
pro-rata basis according to the
number of delegates from each
Lodge and the mileage travelled
In the past, the district mileage
fund has practically taken care
of the transportation. The fare
to Atlanta is $31.51 round trip
by coach, leaving Miami on
June 9th and arriving in Atlanta
on June 10th. Usually the train
trip has provided much of the
excitement and entertainment of
the convention, so it would be
well that arrangements be made
to leave together, if possible.
The rates at the Atlanta Bilt-
more are $4 and $5 single, and
from $5.50 to $13.00 double.
We are advised by the district
secretary that in order for anv
resolutions to be introduced at
the convention that they must be
presented in writing and a copy
forwarded to the district secre-
tary at least ten days prior to
the convention. In the event any
of you brothers have any revo-
lutionary ideas, you'd better get
busy now and send your resolu-
tions in.
Bill Kesselman of the Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Miami informs us that there are
many university students who
would be desirous of obtaining
part-time employment during the
I school term and possibly full-
time employment thereafter.
These students are equipped to
handle all types of employment
from secretarial to sales work,
and if any of the brothers have
any need for part-time workers,
it would be advisable to call
Mr. Kesselman at the Hillel
House in Coral Gables.
The next regular meeting of
the Lodge will be held on June
20th at the Beach YMHA which
will be after the convention.
Most post-convention meetings
have proved to be extremely
funny and interesting due to the
reports of the work accomplished
at the convention and the side-
lights involving the brethren.
More details of this meeting will
be forthcoming next week.
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PAGE SIX
JewistHcrldUar)
The Significance of
Shevuoth
By RUTH LOWEN
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, Inc.
Shevuoth is significant as both
an agricultural and historical fes-
tival. Known as the Festival of
Weeks since it has no fixed date
but was decided by counting off
fifty days after the offering of
the "omer" (the first sheaf of the
barley harvest,) its occurrance
varied according to the day set
aside for the "omer." The ac-
cepted interpretation of the Phar-
isees designated the first dav of
Pesach for the offering of the
"omer," and on the second day
began the "counting" of S'firoh,
the fifty day interval until Shev-
uoth on the sixth day of Sivan.
Like all other Jewish holidays,
Shevuoth has a deep spiritual
and religious import, for it com-
symbolizes the hope of the Jews
that the promised rainbow win
dPXIsociated with Shevuoth is
the custom of decorating the
synagogue with green boughs
and plants. At the present time,
we still observe the custom of
eating dairy dishes, especially
cheese blintzes, during the holi-
day. The ancient story relates
how the Jews, returning to their
tents after receiving the Torah.
were so exhausted and hungry
, that thev could not wait for the
the agricultural and religious f preparation of a meat meal, but
aspects of Shevouth. This syn-
thesis can be discovered in the
reading of the "Tikkun" on Shev-
uoth eve and the reading of the
Book of Ruth on the second dav.
The "Tikkun" which is an anth-
ology of verses from the Torah.
symbolizes the dedication of this
memorates the giving of the
Torah on Mount Sinai, when God
revealed himself to Moses. The
festival thus represents the con-
firmation of the faith of the Jew-
ish people in the law of God. As
such, Shevuoth is symbolic prin-
cipally of the great spiritual con-
tent of Judaism. It is this ethical
and spiritual law which is the
"light" that Judaism has shed
upon civilization and bequeathed
in particular to western culture.
The holiday ceremonies consist
of a harmonious blending of both
ate whatever dairy foods were
available. '
In a case in the Museum ot
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America is an artistic display
of rare editions of the literature
associated with Shevuoth. There
is a very rare copy of the Book
COLLINS ELECTED VICE
PRESIDENT, GAS MEN
W. Bond Collins, vice-president
of the People's Water and Gas
Co., Miami Beach, was elected
president of the Gas Meters As-
sociation of Florida-Georgia at
the concluding session of the
ninth annual convention at the
Roney Plaza hotel Saturday.
Collins, who has been engaged
in gas utility business for 13
years, has been a resident of
Miami Beach since June. 1935.
He is currently serving on the
refrigeration and housing com-
mittees of the American Gas As-
sociation.
FRIDAY. MAY 28,
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice U herebv l^I--------
deralgnod, deHh-i,,;. w'n that
HBHSHBVS ait'. 'OU* nfi^*-
Court -^gjjAq
4/28S/5-12-19.26 *>l* 0*w
The Fifth War Loan in Bonds
will be inaugurated June 12, and
conclude on July 8. Let's get
m .o .ho m 85 US 3W*!5ff IsMr-ASa?1 puttin'"
while the Story of Ruth repre-
sents the holiday as the time of
the first harvest.
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come an
holiday. A very beautiful hymn
beginning with the word "Ak-
domus" is recited before the
reading of the Torah. This hymn
has been translated into English
\ Rabbi Joseph Marcus, an al-
imnas of the Jewish Theological There is a very large Sefer Torah
Seminary bl America. from Tafillet, anoasis in the Mo-
There is an interesting explan- roccan desert. These documents
ation for the custom of staving and customs of Shevuoth, band-
awake all of Shaboul eve to read ed down through the centuries,
the Tikkun." According to reveal again the ancient and en-
popular hue. the sleeplessness of during culture of the Jews.
the Jews on this night is intend-
ed to demonstrate then eagerness
to receive the Torah, There i^
also the tradition that dining the
counting ol S'firoh, no joyous or
festive events are to be held ex-
cept i'ii specified days ol which
the most important is Lag
B'Omer, the thirty-third dav in
the counting of the omer. On this
day, the restrictive laws against
, erformance of marriage cere-
mies are suspended, and the
lay I ecomes a semi-holiday. This
year, Lag B'Omer occurred on
May llth and was celebrated
with children's picnics in the
woods m remembrance ol the
i ustom of carrying bows into
woods. A delightful inter-
ition for this tradition is the
saving in the Zohar that rain-
bow will appear in the skv im-
meditely before the coming of'
the Messiah. The bow with
which the children plav thus '
N. H. J. C. AT DENVER WILL
HOLD PARTY AT M. BEACH
A dessert, luncheon and card
party at the Charles Hotel, 1475
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.
will be held on Tuesday, May
30th. at 1 P.M
The party is for the benefit of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver and is spon-
ored by Mrs. Herman Wronkej",
Mrs. lien Blooms, Mrs. Charles
Burns, Mrs. Lee Goudiss, Mrs.
Dave Beyer, Mrs. Hy Friedman,
Mrs. Mi mis Lefkov and Mrs.
Myron Newman. For reserva-
tions, phone 5-3243.
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Books and magazines are the .
admission to the Garden Musicale
to be given by Miss Ruth Brot- I
man on the lawn of her home,
1502 Jefferson Avc.. from 3:30 to '
6:00 p.m., on Sunday, May 28th. j
The program will include a cur- '
rent events discussion led by Di.
Adele Hampton; Ruth Brotman.
soprano; Anyuta Melicov, pianist;
Connie Jaffee. impersonations
With Jack Kaplan, composer, at
the piano: Signalman Janus,
mouth organ selections.
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+Jewish nor Mian

PAGE SEVEN
Will LOCAL BOYS
GREATER NHNIARMJ-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Ol The Jewish Welfare Board
H M
rirct Lt. Nrton Zuckerman.
I has served overseas 19
wh0.h5 is another local boy
m0,tf a distinguished record in
malww _a a ,,'. I. now here on
SERVICE
Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
m ^ r\ r\ *,
PARADE!
Lt. Joahua Kaplan, 24, of New
Castle, Pa., co-pilot of a Flying
Fortress, is missing "at sea" in
the Northwest African theater.
Lieutenant Kaplan has two bro-
thers in the service.
ftiftSl^'ftff* SERGEANT HOWARD KLINE
B^Sch. Florida.
REPORTED KILLED IN ACTION
Norton en
IS|cd on June 7,
,ono rVnP and worked his wa/&*1-, "oward Kline, son of
lMLMXouKh the ranks, of- Max J. Kline, 60 N. E. 50th St.,
25 "? nine school and to the Miami, has been reported killed
Tnf fi *<'tenant. He has action.
'fnirS n three campaigns, -
2? Sicily and Italy. He was Daniel M. Richter, son of Mr.
^.1 ho 9th A r Force in Egypt and Mrs. J. A. Richter of 4666 N.
a mpt with the 12th Air Force Bay road, has reported to the
Merwu naval training school at Camp
j'n wears the American Macdonough, N. Y for work lead-
and later
in Italy-
1101 Ribbon "for service prev- ing to a commission as ensign in
;o Pearl Harbor, the Ameri- the naval reserve.
Defense
J&eatti Ribbon_for service
A graduate of Miami Senior
nutside the continental United High school and a former Uni-
fies and ribbons for three cam- versity of Florida student. Mid-
naien< He has been a resident shopman Richter has two broth-
nf Deiray Beach practically all crs in the service1st Lt. Rob-
L hfe and is a graduate of Del- ert Richter, army, and Alvin C.
rav Beach High School. Richter, storekeeper, 1-c. navy,
------ stationed at the Miami naval air
First Lieutenant Milton L. Roi- station.
ntlatt of Miami Beach has re- ---------
Dorttd at Army Air Forces re- Morns Katx, son of Mr. and
distribution station No. 2. Mi- Mrs. J. Katz, 476 S. W. Fourth
[ ami Beach, where his next assign- st., was promoted to corporal at
ment in the continental United Hunter Field, Ga. His wife, Mrs.
States will be determined. Lillian Katz, lives at 219 N. W.
Lieut. Rosenblatt. 21. flew 12 Second St.
I combat missions in the European ---------
theatre as a 13-24 pilot, winning George Irving Hornik, 1550
the Air Medal with one oak leaf Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, was
cluster. He i-a sen of Mrs. Rose promoted to boatswain's mate
Rosenblatt, 246 Jefferson ave., 2-c at Banana River.
| Miami Beach. ---------
-------- Staff Sgt. Joe S. Scheinberg,
Dan Satin. 25 was recently pro- has arrived safely in New Guinea
moled to lientenant (jg). Satin, where he is serving with a field
the son of Mr. Mid Mrs. Louis artillery unit, according to word
j. Satin, is now serving in the received by his wife. His par-
South Pacific as a navigation of- ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Scheinberg,
ficer. He was a student at Mi- live at 410 S. W. Ninth Ave.
ami Beach high school, and is a ---------
graduate of the University of Lt. (jg) Arthur M. Shandloff,
I Miami law school. stationed with the Scabees at
. .L ,-----i77 ^ Ar. i Port Hueneme, Cal. is visiting his
Pvt. Abraham W. Grer. 40. of parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Shand-
Miami Beach, Fla., serving with joff, 150 s. W. 21st Road. Both
the field artillery in the North he and a brother. Pvt. Robert I.
[African campaign, was seriously Shandloff, stationed with an arm-
wcunded in the Bizerta fighting ored division at Camp Campbell,
IwtMay. Ky., were here for Mother's day.
1 Pvt. Shandloff returned to his
Lt. Leonard Holland. 26, of base Tuesday.
Providence. R. I., infantry officer '______
wounded in the Southwest Pa- r>ii w.i.k.r. f u ti
feu';?)i.,r,'"""",au'<1 wi,h .^5SSJ5^f'hSr
|ine r-urple Heart. a short visit with Mrs Wcinberf?i
, S Sgt. Leroy Feldman, son of 2469 Flamin* place'
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feldman. is ,. _. ,Tc.#^
spending a fifteen day furlough Corporal Arnold Raxin. USMC.
[with his parents He will return after completing his Automotive
to Pennsylvania where he is sta- Mechanics course in the Motor
|tioned. Transport School, Quartermaster
_____ Battalion, Marine Corps, Camp
Sol (Beans) Alexander is sta- LeJeune. N. C, has received his
[Honed at Camp Sibert, Alabama, certificate and is now serving
Iwbere he is taking his basic Wltn 'he Amphibious Units over-
training and will be attached to scas- He received his corporal
I the Chemical Warfare Division ratinK on March 23rd and has
Mrs. Alexandei the former Doris been ovcrscas sincc March 22nd.
I Miller is residing in Alabama He writes that V mail is a very
['ith her husband. efficient service and wishes to
_____ be remembered to his Miami
Capt. Harold Ungerleider son fiends. Cpl. Raxin is the son
Iff Mr. and Mrs Henrv D Uneer- oi Mrs. Anna Raxin, 123 N. E.
Nerof Miami Beach is'visiting 50th St.
11*? w? w"'' ""' fumily in Mi- ------------------------
Iwh. u 1('Uiril'ng to Brazil Martin Berman. the son of Mrs.
Ibfr i ,1 uA8tationea as a mem- Lucie Berman, 1632 Pennsylvania
|<*r 01 the American Red Cross. Avenue, has been promoted to
w. ,,, -- the rank of private first class,
ltoul'd Mri|-Charles M. Pcretz- while serving in the New Heb-
Zi WJ Beach- have received rides.
son in 1 ,hl'r promotion of their ---------
Tffa* u' St-vmour H. Evans. Pvt. Benjamin Karol. son of
rst lieutenant. Mrs. Hannah Rose Ward. 1120
C,n. .-------- Pennsylvania ave., has reported
hifHn '?9 Schulan. whose to Keesler Field. Miss., for test
>ves at 3627 N.E. Fifth ave..
lofficer;" .auSslRncd. as a medical
has i^'tf at 3627 N. E. Fifth ave.. and classification in the AAF.
Bob Kaplan, son of Mr. and
forward ""-- tloops en route to Mrs. George Kaplam Miami
Ceaw),IU' ",""n coast of New
forS \h'Tv troPs en route to
IdWn^r,, s pass through his Beach, is now taking O.C.S. train-
ItauMK mJ's !,art of the con- inK n Ft- Knox- Ky. He is at-
[units eniori cneck made on tached to the armored tank di-
I "entering tropical dutv vision
vision.
___tropical duty.
^ Out This Coupon and Mcrfl To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
j^yyCommittee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18, Florida
Name____
Hme Address.
I Bh Date
Serial No..
Civ"ian Occupation
Nl Entry
10 Service____
Street City
Birthplace________
City
State
State
..Marital SUtus-
Brw*h of Service__________
^tion,hip------------AMnm
"** Transmitted by_
"^hone number___________
Date
.Discharged
-Rank or Rating.
S/Sgt. Albert Kati. 21, of Bal-
timore, Md., Army Air Corps, is
missing in action in the Aleu-
tians. A member of the ground
crew, Sergeant Katz volunteered
for flying duty.
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian, the
daily press and national
publications. Send original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee,
Box 2973, Miami 18, Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk are, what
they are seeing and doing.
Sherwood Levine left Sunday
for Georgia where he will be
sworn in as a member of the arm-
ed forces. His wife and family
will remain here.
Lt. Leonard H. Victor, 23, of
Pueblo, Colo., a field artillery of-
ficer in service four years, was
killed in action in Sicily while
acting as observation officer cov-
ering an attack by infantry.
Lt. Leonard Shapiro. 26. of
New York City, Flying Fortress
pilot, is missing in Sicily. An
engineering student at N.Y.U.,
Lieutenant Shapiro enlisted in
the Air Force two years ago.
Pvt. Joseph Wisotsky, 25. of
New York City, was killed in ac-
tion in Sicily.
Ensign Eugene Stromberg. of
Los Angeles, is missing in action
in the Pacific. Ensign Stromberg
is a member of Pi Lamda Phi
fraternity.
MRS. ROTH WELCOMES
WIVES OF SERVICEMEN
Servicemen's wives with small
children aren't told. "I'm sorry,
we don't allow children," at the
Florida Inn at 1213 West Uni-
versity Avenue.
In fact, they are welcomed by
Mrs. Burnett Roth, wife of an
army sergeant at Camp Bland-
ing and former president of the
B'nai B'rith Sholom Lodge; who
manages the 40-room former
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity house.
Recently there were 19 chil-
dren registered at the Inn. With
the exception of two, all were
under four years old.
Most of the women staying at
the Inn now have been married
from seven to ten years and their
husbands are trainees in the
IRTC at Camp Blanding, Mrs.
Roth explains.
Because their husbands can get
off to come to Gainesville only
once a week, bupt have a little
free time between 6 and 7:30
p.m. daily at camp, Mrs. Roth
loads her car with wives from the
Inn and takes them to Camp
Blanding to visit their husbands.
Mrs. Roth came to Gainesville
during the peak of the rooming
shortage. Although she has no
children, at the time she could
not even find accommodations
for herself.
At her suggestion, the Tau Ep-
silon Phi fraterniay brothers, all
but three of whom are in the
armed services, agreed to oper-
ate their fraternity house as the
Florida Inn to keep up their mort-
gage, and because they know the
difficulties service people have
in finding lodgings.
Consequently, she took over
management of the Inn to pro-
vide lodgings for herself and
Sgt. Roth, and for Army couples
like them.
Pfc. Jacob J. Blank. 28. of
Claridge. Pa., is missing in action
in the North African area. Pri-
vate Blank was a truck driver in
civilian life.
Pfc. Robert Cohen, 32. of Wor-
cester, Mass., Coast Artilleryman,
is missing somewhere in the
South Pacific.
Lt. (jg) Marcy L. Hartman. 25,
U.S.N.R., of Shreveport, La, was
reported missing in the North
Atlantic when his transport, en-
route to a naval base in Iceland,
was torpedoed While serving in
this country. Lieutenant Hartman
was in charge of the War Bond
office at the Corpus Christi naval
station.
Lt. Albert Alop, 25, of Chicago,
is the holder of the Soldier's
Medal "for outstanding heroism
in the rescue of occupants from a
burning plane, despite the men-
ace of exploding ammunition and
gas tanks."
Staff Sergeant Harvey H. Lon-
don, 23, of Chicoga, who has been
decorated with the Distinguished
Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and
eight Oak Leaf Clusters, is hailed
for his "successful conduct of
numerous and frequent aerial
missions against the enemy
throughout the Middle East."
Seaman Max Hershkowitz, 25,
of Brooklyn, Merchant Marine,
is missing somewhere in the At-
lantic after his ship was attack-
ed by enemy submarines.
Lt. Samuel B. Bass. 26. of
North City. N. C, bombardier-
navigator serving on the Medi-
terranian front, is the recipient
of an Air Medal and Oak Leaf
Cluster. On one mission. Lt.
Bass had to crawl into the bomb
bay to replace pins on three
bombs which had become fouled
in the racks and were endanger-
ing crew and craft.
US'Marines
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairmsn
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sc.
Executive Committee
Mn. Max Dobrln, Ben B. Goldman,
Maunice Groasman. Louia Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowiti. Alex-
ander F. MJer, at Roth, Fred
Shochet, Milton Sirkin. Joieph
Stein, Mra. Herman Wallach. Carl
Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
jf
*&.
MARINE ACE AWARDED V____
CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR v
MAJOR GREGORY BOYINGTON,USMC, OFFICIALLY CREDITED'
WITH 26 JAP PLANES... ACCOUNTED FOR SIX OF THESE
WHILE A MEMBER OF THE "FLYING TIGERS"..WAS CITED BY
THE PRESIDENT FOR "EXTRAORDINARY HEROISM ABOVE
ftND BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY." .
; AFFECTIONATELY CALLED PAPPY" BY HIS MEN.THE MAJOR
IS LISTED AS MISSING,lH ACTION. ____________
Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navr Committee. Made Possible Through
the Co-Operation of
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First National Bank Bldg.
CARL'S MARKETS
Miami Miami Beach
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
155 E. Flagler St. M8 Lincoln Rd.
FLXZIT SYSTEM
1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue
FLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO.
82 N. E. 28th Street
GREEN BROS.
55 N. E. 24th Street
HUB DRY GOODS
1M N. Miami Avenue
JACK C. JAYSON
DONALD LAVIGNEUNIFORMS
114 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
MIAMI MILL WORK &
LUMBER CO.
535 N. W. llth Street
MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, Inc.
1701 N. W. 7th Avenue
STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO.
149 N. E. 10th Street
JOSEPH R. STEIN
MiamL Florid.
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West Flagler Street at 87th Ave.
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*-JenlsHk)rktiain
FRIDAY, MAY
NOTES OF Y. M. H. A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
Benjamin LeVine
I learned with great sorrow
of the death of Mr. Benjamin
Levine last Monday. Mr. Le-
vine was a good member of the
Y for a number of years and
was one of the finest members
the Miami B'nai B'rith Lodge
ever had. On behalf of the Y,
I wish to extend heartfelt sym-
pathy to Mrs. Levine and her
daughter.
Bowling League Banquet
Co-Chairmen Al Reisman and
Frank Rose announce the hold-
ing of the Bowling League ban-
quet at the Y on Monday eve-
ning, May 29th. The affair is
being catered and dinner will
be served promptly at 7:45 p. m.
so those of you who attend arc
urged not to be late. Prizes will
be awarded to the winners and
new teams will be formed for
the commencement of the next
league a week from Monday.
The Miamians. captained by Sam
Seitlin. were the winning tram
in the league. The remaining
members of the team are: A!
Berkowitz, Milton Friedman.
Archie Coulton, Frank Rose, and
George Cohen. The Bombard-
iers, captained by Marty Mil-
stein, took second place and the
Canadian Aces, captained by Hy
Oren, came in third. Hih av-
erage and high set were won
by Marty Milstein, second high
average was won by Barney
Yaphe. third high average by Al
Berkowitz, fourth high average
by Abe Berkowitz. and fifth
high average was taken by Har-
ry Schwartz High game hon-
ors went to Milton Friedman. I
wish to take this opportunity of
congratulating all of the winners
and extending good wishes to
all members of the Bowling
League for a swell banquet.
Y Closed for Shevuoth
I have been requested to an-
nounce that the Y building and
facilities will be closed Satur-
day evening and all day Sunday
and Monday on account of the
religious holiday of Shevuoth.
As a result of this, there will be
no dance for the service men
this Saturday night, but the
dances will be resumed Saturday
of next week.
Grossman Returns
Maurice Grossman, our execu-
tive director, who attended the
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Visit Our Farm at
1200 N. W. 32nd Street
Social Workers Conference in
Cleveland along with Jack Mar-
ash, director of the Miami Beach
Y; Sadye Rose, of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, and Ben Gold-
man of the Federation office,
returned last Tuesday night.
Forum
Chairman Harry Gerstein re-
ports that the discussion held
by the Y forum on Wednesday
evening. May 24th, was a suc-
cess. I understand the next
meeting of this group will be
held a week from next Wednes-
day and I shall attempt to give
you definite details next week.
Home Camp Registration
Registration for Home Camp
is being conducted now. All
who desire to enroll your child-
ren for the camp, please call
phone No. 3-4012 at the Y for
information. The summer ses-
sion begins on June 12th so there
is very little time remaining
which to make your arrange-
ments.
Community Center
There is still no report from
the planning committee for a
community center here after the
war. The time is rapidly slip-
ping by and nothing that 1 know
of is being done toward the
raising of funds. I urge and
plead with the planning commit-
tee to make Us report immedi-
ately and to commence its drive
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an:
nounced by the Greater Miami
area are as follows.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
Con.ervat.ve. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave..
Miami: Pride* evening services at
7:15 o'clock. Saturday morning .'"!'
vices at 8 SO. Junior services at lo.se
:,. .. The Festival << Bhavuoth will
i. ushered In Saturday evening. May
27th al sundown. Services HU"a"J
and Monde.) moraines M .'.. Jun-
services sun.lay al
ior
During these services
elman will become
Rabbi Max Shapiro's
cusslon will l<> The
Bohh) Spies-
bar mltsvan
memo for die-
Old-New Cov
. Vlskor
morning
in. in .. i
10 o'cli
rl'VIc
K.
A BEST investmentA United
States War Bond. Buy often.
enant."
Monday
SCHAAREI 2EDEK CONGREGA-
TION. Orthodox, 1545 S. W. 3rd St..
Miami: Friday evening services al
7:15 o'clock. Saturday morning sen-
ior services begin al 8:30 o clock,
followed by Junior congregational
services al 10:80 a. m. nabbi Simon
April win address Ihe Junior congre-
gation .ii 8 p. m. The Ethl s of the
fathers will conducted bj Ie.-I I i
April, followed by Mlncha, Shakieh
Beudoe and Maarev services At '
a, in Sunday morning, combined sen-
loi and jui..... services will celebrate
in Bhavuoth, "i Pentecost. Rnbbl April's
sermon will be "Our Inheritance."
Aften.....ii and evening services be-
gin al 8 SO Monday morning cer-
vices .ii 9 o'clock, with Rabbi April
pi. hlng i VJhkor bermon,
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach, Conservative: Kabul-
ins Shabos J 13 Krldaj evening. Sat-
urday morning service ;ii 8 o'clock,
:it Which i...... Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will dedicate tho service t" the high
school graduates, and will preach on
Hi. BUbJect. "Youth on the March."
Pontor Louis Hayman will chant Ihs
service Junioi congregation at l1'
A, in. Khalosh Seudos donated by
Mr .iiui Mi Rub) (lolln, 111 honor
of theh daughtei i confirmation, will
be held al 6 SO p m l !> piling Hha -
vuoth service will lake place al 7:1",
o'clock Saturday evening. Sunday
morning services will be held at 9
o'clock at which time confirmation
exercises will take place Sunday
evinlng services will be held a I 7
o'clock. Monday morning servkM at
'i ii'(dock. Vlskor. or memorial fer-
vid-, will Ink.- pl.ne at 10:30 o'clock.
luiMil Lehrman'g sermon win be
When Life NtverEndi."
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach: Friday evening services
at 7:16 o'clock. Saturday morning
services ut 7:30 o'clock, when the
bar mltSVSh of David, son of Rev.
and Mrs. S. liiittman will be celebrat-
,,1 Cantor Maurice Manvhes will
chant the services. Tho Kthics of
the PVthers will be discussed at the
Shalos BeudOS at 7:15 p. m. Khav-
uiith services will lie held Saturday
ami Sunday evenings at 7:30. and
Sunday end Monday morninKs nt
s ::n Ben Ices will be chanted by
Cantoi Mainchcs. The subject of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff's sermon
will be "Books in a World at War"
on Sunday morning. Before the Yis-
kor memorial service on Monday
morning*, the preachment will be on
the theme "The Signature of the
Living."
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI.
Reform, 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami:
Regular Friday evening services at
- i I o'clock. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish
will speak on "If I Had Only One
Wish." Reception follows tho ser-
vice, with Mrs. A. Werthelmer In
charge. Full choir, with Fiances
Tarboux, directress. Sunday morn-
Ing, May 88th, al 10 o'ciouk, thirty
vouni; men anil women who hffve
satisfactorily completed thi work of
iin- Sunday Behoof, will !> confirmed,
Mi mbers of the congregation, anil
friends are <'onllall> Invited.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
servative. 761 41tt St., Miami Beach:
Services are scheduled for Friday
evening al 7:15. Saturday morning;
services will be held at :30 and also
services al 7 :i" p. m. Cantor Abra-
ham Friedman will chant the litur-
gical portion of the service. Shcvu-
oth aervlces win be held on Sunday
morning, May l's al 9:80 and 7:30 p.
m Monday morning, May 89, resru-
i ervlces win start at '.i::in. m...
mnrinl iTIskor) services win star)
at II a. in Cantor Abraham Fried-
man will conduct the services),
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON.
GREGATION, Orthodox. 590 S. W.
K, 1J
17,trJ **. Miami: .y.rvl
Dally JrvuU9 at' 8?,o T 'A"!*.
.p. m. Ksroue servl, .? "4 7%|
t evening at :".*!>" -"*
ices
at 9
10 a.
Say-^vonTn^^t^'o'V'-'^uf5
"ce- Sunday -' Monaa'n &
wit.. VIzC'^.,,
'clock
m.
KENNETH OKA
&eW! tka' Wno wn
fifth district justice of the peace
nomination by a vote of u
against 2,217 for "Buck" Grundy I
today expressed thanks to the
citizens "for their maryeC
support in the runoff primary"
Oka said he wished to assure
the public he expects to conduct!
the court in a manner that vM
provide the people with maxi-
mum service and efficiency.
.ot*;L
SOlir.
AUGUST BROS ftv7
Is the DSTf *
r
. that's'awfully important to'the boyt
back from Guadalcanal or Italy!

... and modern GAS cooking'
is helping skilled dietitians to \)to
food as medicine in
promoting recovery
Hospitals have long looked upon food as a part
of the medical picture. In fact, the essential
values of food and special diets were first
recognized in hospital work. With the building
up of an Army and Navy, new emphasis was
put on food from the nutrition standpoint.
The skilled medical staffs and dietitians as-'
r.gned to our armed forces arc seeing to it that
the wounded and ,11 fighters get the bct
possible food for a fast recovery. In that
picture, modern Gas cooking and baking with
Its speed, cleanliness, flexibility and accurate
controllability is playing a tremendous part'
Meantime, if you need special help to main-
tain the Gas equipment you have at maximum
efficiency, call your Gas company today.
PEOFLESS^^lOMpm


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K i %  %  PAGE EIGHT *-JenlsHk)rktiain FRIDAY, MAY NOTES OF Y. M. H. A. -bySAM SILVER Benjamin LeVine I learned with great sorrow of the death of Mr. Benjamin Levine last Monday. Mr. Levine was a good member of the Y for a number of years and was one of the finest members the Miami B'nai B'rith Lodge ever had. On behalf of the Y, I wish to extend heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. Levine and her daughter. Bowling League Banquet Co-Chairmen Al Reisman and Frank Rose announce the holding of the Bowling League banquet at the Y on Monday evening, May 29th. The affair is being catered and dinner will be served promptly at 7:45 p. m. so those of you who attend arc urged not to be late. Prizes will be awarded to the winners and new teams will be formed for the commencement of the next league a week from Monday. The Miamians. captained by Sam Seitlin. were the winning tram in the league. The remaining members of the team are: A! Berkowitz, Milton Friedman. Archie Coulton, Frank Rose, and George Cohen. The Bombardiers, captained by Marty Milstein, took second place and the Canadian Aces, captained by Hy Oren, came in third. Hih average and high set were won by Marty Milstein, second high average was won by Barney Yaphe. third high average by Al Berkowitz, fourth high average by Abe Berkowitz. and fifth high average was taken by Harry Schwartz High game honors went to Milton Friedman. I wish to take this opportunity of congratulating all of the winners and extending good wishes to all members of the Bowling League for a swell banquet. Y Closed for Shevuoth I have been requested to announce that the Y building and facilities will be closed Saturday evening and all day Sunday and Monday on account of the religious holiday of Shevuoth. As a result of this, there will be no dance for the service men this Saturday night, but the dances will be resumed Saturday of next week. Grossman Returns Maurice Grossman, our executive director, who attended the REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Atk for my free 1944 Informative Map of Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 60S Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes, Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 I WANT MY MILK And Be Bus* It* %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product." Dftcro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 1200 N. W. 32nd Street Social Workers Conference in Cleveland along with Jack Marash, director of the Miami Beach Y; Sadye Rose, of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, and Ben Goldman of the Federation office, returned last Tuesday night. Forum Chairman Harry Gerstein reports that the discussion held by the Y forum on Wednesday evening. May 24th, was a success. I understand the next meeting of this group will be held a week from next Wednesday and I shall attempt to give you definite details next week. Home Camp Registration Registration for Home Camp is being conducted now. All who desire to enroll your children for the camp, please call phone No. 3-4012 at the Y for information. The summer session begins on June 12th so there is very little time remaining which to make your arrangements. Community Center There is still no report from the planning committee for a community center here after the war. The time is rapidly slipping by and nothing that 1 know of is being done toward the raising of funds. I urge and plead with the planning committee to make Us report immediately and to commence its drive In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end an : nounced by the Greater Miami area are as follows. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, Con.ervat.ve. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.. Miami: Pride* evening services at 7:15 o'clock. Saturday morning .•'"!' vices at 8 SO. Junior services at lo.se :,. .„. The Festival <•< Bhavuoth will i„. ushered In Saturday evening. May 27th al sundown. Services HU a J and Monde.) moraines M .'.. Junservices sun.lay al ior During these services elman will become Rabbi Max Shapiro's cusslon will l<> The Bohh) Spiesbar mltsvan memo for dieOld-New Cov Vlskor morning in. in .. i 10 o'cli rl'VIc K. A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. enant." Monday SCHAAREI 2EDEK CONGREGATION. Orthodox, 1545 S. W. 3rd St.. Miami: Friday evening services al 7:15 o'clock. Saturday morning senior services begin al 8:30 o clock, followed by Junior congregational services al 10:80 a. m. nabbi Simon April win address Ihe Junior congregation .ii 8 p. m. The Ethl s of the fathers will '• conducted bj Ie.-I %  I• i April, followed by Mlncha, Shakieh Beudoe and Maarev services At %  • a, in Sunday morning, combined senloi and jui services will celebrate in Bhavuoth, "i Pentecost. Rnbbl April's sermon will be "Our Inheritance." Aften ii and evening services begin al 8 SO Monday morning cervices .ii 9 o'clock, with Rabbi April pi. .• %  hlng i VJhkor bermon, MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, Conservative: Kabulins Shabos J 13 Krldaj evening. Saturday morning service ;ii 8 o'clock, :it Which i Rabbi Irving Lehrman will dedicate tho service t" the high school graduates, and will preach on Hi. BUbJect. "Youth on the March." Pontor Louis Hayman will chant Ihs service Junioi congregation at l 1 A, in. Khalosh Seudos donated by Mr .iiui Mi Rub) (lolln, 111 honor of theh daughtei i confirmation, will be held al 6 SO p m l !> piling Hha vuoth service will lake place al 7:1", o'clock Saturday evening. Sunday morning services will be held at 9 o'clock at which time confirmation exercises will take place Sunday evinlng services will be held a I 7 o'clock. Monday morning servkM at 'i II '(dock. Vlskor. or memorial fervid-, will Ink.pl.ne at 10:30 o'clock. luiMil Lehrman'g sermon win be ••When Life NtverEndi." BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach: Friday evening services at 7:16 o'clock. Saturday morning services ut 7:30 o'clock, when the bar mltSVSh of David, son of Rev. and Mrs. S. liiittman will be celebrat,,1 Cantor Maurice Manvhes will chant the services. Tho Kthics of the PVthers will be discussed at the Shalos BeudOS at 7:15 p. m. Khavuiith services will lie held Saturday ami Sunday evenings at 7:30. and Sunday end Monday morninKs nt s ::n Ben Ices will be chanted by Cantoi Mainchcs. The subject of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff's sermon will be "Books in a World at War" on Sunday morning. Before the Yiskor memorial service on Monday morning*, the preachment will be on the theme "The Signature of the Living." TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Reform, 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami: Regular Friday evening services at i I o'clock. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will speak on "If I Had Only One Wish." Reception follows tho service, with Mrs. A. Werthelmer In charge. Full choir, with Fiances Tarboux, directress. Sunday mornIng, May 88th, al 10 o'ciouk, thirty vouni; men anil women who hffve satisfactorily completed thi work of i inSunday Behoof, will !> % %  confirmed, Mi mbers of the congregation, anil friends are <'onllall> Invited. BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Conservative. 761 41tt St., Miami Beach: Services are scheduled for Friday evening al 7:15. Saturday morning; services will be held at :30 and also services al 7 :i" p. m. Cantor Abraham Friedman will chant the liturgical portion of the service. Shcvuoth aervlces win be held on Sunday morning, May L'S al 9:80 and 7:30 p. m Monday morning, May 89, resrui ervlces win start at '.i::in. M... mnrinl iTIskor) services win star) at II a. in Cantor Abraham Friedman will conduct the services), MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON. GREGATION, Orthodox. 590 S. W. K, 1J 17 tr J **••. Miami: .y. rvl „ Dally JrvuU 9 at' 8?,o T 'A"!*. .p. m. Ksroue servl, • .?• "4 7%| t evening at %  :£".*!>"• %  -•"* ices at 9 10 a. Say-^vonTn^^t^'o'V'-'^uf 5 "ceSunday -' Monaa'n & wit.. VIzC'^.,, •'clock m. KENNETH OKA & e W! t ka Wno w n fifth district justice of the peace nomination by a vote of u against 2,217 for "Buck" Grundy I today expressed thanks to the citizens "for their maryeC support in the runoff primary" Oka said he wished to assure the public he expects to conduct! the court in a manner that vM provide the people with maximum service and efficiency. .ot*;L SOlir. AUGUST BROS ftv7 Is the D£STf %  r that's'awfully important to'the boyt back from Guadalcanal or Italy! • ... and modern GAS cooking' is helping skilled dietitians to \)to food as medicine in promoting recovery Hospitals have long looked upon food as a part of the medical picture. In fact, the essential values of food and special diets were first recognized in hospital work. With the building up of an Army and Navy, new emphasis was put on food from the nutrition standpoint. The skilled medical staffs and dietitians as-' r.gned to our armed forces arc seeing to it that the wounded and ,11 fighters get the bct possible food for a fast recovery. In that picture, modern Gas cooking and baking with Its speed, cleanliness, flexibility and accurate controllability is play ing a tremendous part' Meantime, if you need special help to maintain the Gas equipment you have at maximum efficiency, call your Gas company today. PEOFLE SS ^^ lOMpm



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•*%  .',•" PAGE SIX JewistHcrldUar) The Significance of Shevuoth By RUTH LOWEN Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. Shevuoth is significant as both an agricultural and historical festival. Known as the Festival of Weeks since it has no fixed date but was decided by counting off fifty days after the offering of the "omer" (the first sheaf of the barley harvest,) its occurrance varied according to the day set aside for the "omer." The accepted interpretation of the Pharisees designated the first dav of Pesach for the offering of the "omer," and on the second day began the "counting" of S'firoh, the fifty day interval until Shevuoth on the sixth day of Sivan. Like all other Jewish holidays, Shevuoth has a deep spiritual and religious import, for it comsymbolizes the hope of the Jews that the promised rainbow win dP XIsociated with Shevuoth is the custom of decorating the synagogue with green boughs and plants. At the present time, we still observe the custom of eating dairy dishes, especially cheese blintzes, during the holiday. The ancient story relates how the Jews, returning to their tents after receiving the Torah. were so exhausted and hungry that thev could not wait for the the agricultural and religious f preparation of a meat meal, but aspects of Shevouth. This synthesis can be discovered in the reading of the "Tikkun" on Shevuoth eve and the reading of the Book of Ruth on the second dav. The "Tikkun" which is an anthology of verses from the Torah. symbolizes the dedication of this memorates the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai, when God revealed himself to Moses. The festival thus represents the confirmation of the faith of the Jewish people in the law of God. As such, Shevuoth is symbolic principally of the great spiritual content of Judaism. It is this ethical and spiritual law which is the "light" that Judaism has shed upon civilization and bequeathed in particular to western culture. The holiday ceremonies consist of a harmonious blending of both ate whatever dairy foods were available. In a case in the Museum ot the Jewish Theological Seminary of America is an artistic display of rare editions of the literature associated with Shevuoth. There is a very rare copy of the Book COLLINS ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT, GAS MEN W. Bond Collins, vice-president of the People's Water and Gas Co., Miami Beach, was elected president of the Gas Meters Association of Florida-Georgia at the concluding session of the ninth annual convention at the Roney Plaza hotel Saturday. Collins, who has been engaged in gas utility business for 13 years, has been a resident of Miami Beach since June. 1935. He is currently serving on the refrigeration and housing committees of the American Gas Association. FRIDAY. MAY 28, LEGAL NOTICE Notice U herebv l^I deralgnod, deHh-i,,;. w n that HBHSHBVS AIT'. •' O U nfi^*Court -^gjjAq 4/28S/5-12-19.26 *>l* 0*„ w The Fifth War Loan in Bonds will be inaugurated June 12, and conclude on July 8. Let's get m .o .ho M 85 US 3W*£!5ff IsMr-ASa? 1 puttin '" while the Story of Ruth represents the holiday as the time of the first harvest. MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1256 Washington Kit, Miami laaca In New York 76th Si Arosterdam An. %  7777 AMBULANCE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT come an holiday. A very beautiful hymn beginning with the word "Akdomus" is recited before the reading of the Torah. This hymn has been translated into English \ Rabbi Joseph Marcus, an alimnas of the Jewish Theological There is a very large Sefer Torah Seminary bl America. from Tafillet, anoasis in the MoThere is an interesting explanroccan desert. These documents ation for the custom of staving and customs of Shevuoth, bandawake all of Shaboul eve to read ed down through the centuries, the Tikkun." According to reveal again the ancient and enpopular hue. the sleeplessness of during culture of the Jews. the Jews on this night is intended to demonstrate then eagerness to receive the Torah, There i^ also the tradition that dining the counting ol S'firoh, no joyous or festive events are to be held except i'ii specified days ol which the most important is Lag B'Omer, the thirty-third dav in the counting of the omer. On this day, the restrictive laws against erformance of marriage ceremies are suspended, and the lay I ecomes a semi-holiday. This year, Lag B'Omer occurred on May llth and was celebrated with children's picnics in the woods m remembrance ol the i ustom of carrying bows into woods. A delightful interition for this tradition is the saving in the Zohar that rainbow will appear in the skv immeditely before the coming of the Messiah. The bow with which the children plav thus N. H. J. C. AT DENVER WILL HOLD PARTY AT M. BEACH A dessert, luncheon and card party at the Charles Hotel, 1475 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. will be held on Tuesday, May 30th. at 1 P.M The party is for the benefit of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver and is sponored by Mrs. Herman Wronkej", Mrs. lien Blooms, Mrs. Charles Burns, Mrs. Lee Goudiss, Mrs. Dave Beyer, Mrs. Hy Friedman, Mrs. Mi mis Lefkov and Mrs. Myron Newman. For reservations, phone 5-3243. Excellent Business-Opportunity! KOSHER RESTAURANT Capacity 200; fully equipped; choice Miami Beach location; reasonable rental, long lease; good reputation and following available to proper party at exceptional value. Outside Reasons Necessitate Sale APPLY KING Care P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida Books and magazines are the admission to the Garden Musicale to be given by Miss Ruth BrotI man on the lawn of her home, 1502 Jefferson Avc.. from 3:30 to 6:00 p.m., on Sunday, May 28th. j The program will include a cur' rent events discussion led by Di. Adele Hampton; Ruth Brotman. soprano; Anyuta Melicov, pianist; Connie Jaffee. impersonations With Jack Kaplan, composer, at the piano: Signalman Janus, mouth organ selections. EPKUIRfjJ the Antilla Hotel 1108 Ponce de Leon "Coral Gables Finest" DINING ROOM HOURS: Week Days Sundays 5:30 to 9 P. M. 4 to 9 P. M. CLOSED EVERY FRIDAY Inquiriet Welcomed for Br.dge Luncheons and Special Parties Phone 48-1714 I wish to express my deepest gratitude for the confidence you placed in me by electing me your constable in District One. W. M. (NEWT) HUDSON (Pd. Pol. Adv.) let Me Get You Some • OR. 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Next to the smallest Omer Book evir printed, only two by one inches in si/.e. is another which Was written and illuminated in Italy in the 18th century. Thanks TO ONE AND ALL FOR THE SPLENDID ENDORSEMENT GIVEN ME AS YOUR NEXT JUSTICE OF THE PEACE FOR THE FIFTH DISTRICT. I ASSURE THE PUBLIC I WILL CONDUCT THE OFFICE IN A MANNER THAT WILL PROVIDE THE PEOPLE WITH MAXIMUM SERVICE AND EFFICIENCY. Kenneth Oka (Pd. Pol. Adv.) NOTICB tfl in;. oT ALBION in; •',,' ',' "r'Utoiafife Intend to reiclsi,., ,i a County *#£** JA.Mh \\. ( ;i^ SSER Coui MILTON A. ntlBDMAX* 0wnw Attorney for Ai.i.li. 5/19-26 6/2-9-1., rant Notic.. la hereby riven n,,. o daralvnad. deairln to enmSf ftS" neaa under the n,"ti ui „ n bu,i BELL COOKIE si '7Cv7 12th Ave.. Miami, n da L N d ,* %  re K lHter aald name ,„ nt ,,t,Z 'J the Clerk of the rircuU cSurt 2 l)adCounty, Florida. LEON A. KAPLAN Attorney for All 5/ll-J/l--l6 A. 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I81DAYMAY 26, 1944 ^JewlstfhrkUan PAGE FIVE B'NAI B'RITH NOTES —by— MARX FEINBERG • |£ -. ,044 convention for the 5th ^J will be held in Atlanta District w a m on Sunday, beginnins \ will continue June 0 h Monday Bight, June 12. r0 ? gh 2S5 will be the com*? d ht and Spacious Biltmore for,a bl ^n Atlanta. Registration ./at 9 o'clock and con£'SnUUout the day. Many Important matters will „fbefore the convention. Arcom e beiort de for ""^tand.nK program which a ",lllud" ".eakers of national W lmence who arc to address EnSSntion. Due to war "Lpreencies, social functions Z te limited but outstanding m nrams will always take place rmake the entire trip interest's well as instructive. Gate gy Lodge Ol Atlanta will be LS for the convention and from all reports it appeals that will be worth-while for each Jfvou to make a special effort ,0 Aord d in R to the last report ( ,led with the District, Sholem Lodec is entitled to twenty-one SatesAt this writing the following have made reservaiions to go: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman, Mr. and Mrs Sam B. Miller. Isidore Goldstein. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Milton A Friedman, Sam Marcus. Irvine Firtel. Ahx Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. Fred Shochet. Max Silver. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk. Mr. and Mrs. J George Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pallet, Daniel Broad. A. Kaplan. Jack August, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein with two guests Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinbere Delegates should take notice that the district has a SI 500 mileage fund which will be distributed to all delegates on a pro-rata basis according to the number of delegates from each Lodge and the mileage travelled In the past, the district mileage fund has practically taken care of the transportation. The fare to Atlanta is $31.51 round trip by coach, leaving Miami on June 9th and arriving in Atlanta on June 10th. Usually the train trip has provided much of the excitement and entertainment of the convention, so it would be well that arrangements be made to leave together, if possible. The rates at the Atlanta Biltmore are $4 and $5 single, and from $5.50 to $13.00 double. We are advised by the district secretary that in order for anv resolutions to be introduced at the convention that they must be presented in writing and a copy forwarded to the district secretary at least ten days prior to the convention. In the event any of you brothers have any revolutionary ideas, you'd better get busy now and send your resolutions in. Bill Kesselman of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami informs us that there are many university students who would be desirous of obtaining part-time employment during the I school term and possibly fulltime employment thereafter. These students are equipped to handle all types of employment from secretarial to sales work, and if any of the brothers have any need for part-time workers, it would be advisable to call Mr. Kesselman at the Hillel House in Coral Gables. The next regular meeting of the Lodge will be held on June 20th at the Beach YMHA which will be after the convention. Most post-convention meetings have proved to be extremely funny and interesting due to the reports of the work accomplished at the convention and the sidelights involving the brethren. More details of this meeting will be forthcoming next week. SEARCH Yur Cupboards, Closets, Atties lid other Hiding Places—and PUT 'EM BACK TO WORK! Those idle electric appliances are wartime slackers. If they we not in working order, your repair dealer will Jtt care of them. If you don't need them, someone *1* can use them. Electric appli. uces are built 10 give speedy, economical and efficient J el P in your home out they can't do their 0 stored away on d *t shelves. J5 can help you do a ** Job if you put them 10 work now. i &f ** •HI SLfi 1 ILECTI,CI Z*** irt STIll MEAT! FREE RENT I want a Jewish couple or mother and daughter to liva in my home. Nicest residential section, bus line at door. Lady would have to fix one meal for gentleman and look after home. Call 20921 from 10 A. M. to 12 Noon. BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Beat Because Biggest But—Biggest BKIUM Beat GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costa Always Within the Means of Individual Circumstances 'TOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" a Worthy and Deserves Your Full Smpport and Recommendation a SERVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI J EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH 24-HOUR AmbHliHce Service First Greater Miami COMMUNITY ASSEMBLY PARTICIPANTS: Army-Navy Committee > Bureau of Jewish Education • Greater Miami Jewish Federation • Hillel Foundation—Univ. of Miami • Miami Y. M. & Y. W. H. A. • Miami Beach Y. M. & W. H. A. •. OTHER LOCAL AND NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS WILL PRESENT EXHIBITS H TO BE HELD FIRST SUNDAY IN JUNE |j j SUNDAY, JUNE 4,1944 | I MIAMI WOMANS CLUB 1 M 1737 N. Bayshore Drive I I Miami = Auditorium Opens at 1 P. M. to View Exhibits Stage Production in Auditorium Beginning at 2:30 P. M. 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-. PAGE TWO +Jewish flcridiiaiti FRIDAY, MAY 26. 1944 ^ y yy W yyy yy ^ > ^ W W W ^ ^^^^WW ^ l W M <^^ SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS WMM^MlOMM>M i *** Pfc. Alexander Leon Perper, and his bride were home on a combined honeymoon and visit to his father. Arthur L. Perper of 224 E. 37th St.. Miami Beach. They were married April 29 in Greensboro, N. C. Prior to leaving for their summer home in Washington, D. C, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon entertained a number of their friends at an out-door barbecue supper last Sunday at their home. 4326 Sheridan Ave. Leo Radoff has just returned from a trip to New York. He was accompanied by Mrs. Radoff. They reside at 830 W. 42nd street. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Zisscn of Akron, Ohio arc spending a short stay here visiting with their family. While here they attended the Bar Mitzvah of their nephew. Lillian Farber, 1345 Pennsylvania ave., was awarded grand prize in the annual Kiwanis club vocational guidance or planninga-career essay contest. Miss Naomi Grossman will arrive here this week to join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, for the summer after attending Tulane University in New Orleans. TONER THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fri., May 26th—Last Day CHAS. COBURN NELSON EDDY IS Knickerbocker Holiday PERCY KILLBRIDE JOHNNY (Scat) DAVIS Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Thurs., May 27-June 1 AMERICA'S MOST FABULOUS CHARACTER! // BUFFALO BILL" IN TECHNICOLOR WITH JOEL McCREA MAUREEN O'HARA THOS. MITCHELL LINDA DARNELL Miss Helen Osman returned to New York with her mother after spending the winter here. Enroute they stopped in Georgia^o visit with their brother and son who is a member of the armed forces. Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman will hold Open H<>use in honor of their new bom son Kenneth Harris on Tuesday evening. Mav 30. The Fnedmans reside at 1350 S. W. 12th St. Friends and relatives are invited. Mrs. Helen Rosenstein, known as Aunt Helen, celebrated her birthday last Monday evening at a party given by her many friends of the Bonnie Apartments, Miami Beach, where she is now making hi r home. She received many cards of congratulations from hi-r friends in the north. UNVEILING Mrs. Gussie Horowitz, 5()5 12th Street, entertained last Monday evening in honor of the birthday of her sister, Ann Novack. %  Passaic, N. J. Mrs. Horowitz will li ave soon to spend the summer in New Jersey. WEDDINGS A wedding of much interest was that of Miss Nancy Elaine Michael, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Michael, to Stanley Bernard Kanner, United States Naval Reserves, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kanner, of Sarasota, Fla., which took place last Friday at the home of the bride's parents, 1900 S. W. 2lst Terrace, with Rabbi Jacob Tarshish officiating. Miss Michael wore a dress of white jersey with V neck and bracelet length sleeves and a veil of allusion which had been worn by her mother and grandmother. She had as matron of honor her sister. Mrs. El Roy McCarley, and Mr. Bennie Kanner, of Sarasota. Fla.. was his brother's attendant. Following the wedding the party was entertained at dinner at the Garden Restaurant, Mr. and Mrs. Kanner left for New York where they will make their home. Out of town guests included I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sommerstein, \ Sebring, Fla.; Mrs. B. Jenkins, I Tarpon Springs, Fla,; Mrs. O. S. Kainerack, Stuart, Fla.. and others. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to a help preserve Democracy. OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. OR BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH 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 CAMPS KEEYUMAH CARMELIA IN THE POCONO MOUNTAINS—ORSON. PA. Elevation 2000 feet; private lake; modern bungalows, all facilities* dietary laws; private camp for boys and girls 6 to 16. Tuition task season (July and August). Write ^^ MRS. A P GANNES 1121 8th 8TREET. MIAMI BEACH Buy a Rod and Reel AND RELAX For Vour Health and Pleasure SHRIBER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP 617 West Ave.. M. B. Ph. 5-1923 OPEN EVENINOS SHIRLEY EVELYN MERVIS Jack Seitlin. son of Mi and Mrs. Henry Seitlin of this city graduated from the Loyola University School of Dentistry Friday, May 19 and at the same time was commissioned a Lt. "> the U. S. Navy. On Tuesday, May 30. he will be married to Miss Shirley Mervis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mervis 01 Washington, D. C. Miss Mervis, formerly of Palm Beach, was graduated from Roosevelt school there and later studied commercial art. Mr. Seitlin is a native Miamian. was graduated from Miami High school and attended the University of Florida before entering Loyola. His parents and brother Sam are in New Orleans for the occasion. BAR MITZVAH The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Albert B Kasanof, flying cadet, took nlace Monday at noon in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, officiated. Arrangements were in chcarge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Palmer Monument Company. The unveiling and dedication of a monmuent to the memory of the late Harry Green was held Thursday at 2 P.M. in Mount Nebo Cemetery. Arrangements were in charge of Sidney H. Calmer of the Palmer Monument Company. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Terresa Pollack was held Tuesday, May 23rd, in the Jewish Section Oi Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, of Beth Jacob Congregation, officiated and arrangements were in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Palmer Monument Company. SCHAAREI ZEDEK LADIES TO HOLD BINGO PARTY JUNE 7 The Ladies Auxiliary of Schaarei Zedek announces that the public is invited to the Bingo party to be held at the Miami V, 1567 S. W. 5th St., at 8 P.M. Wednesday, June 7th. An inter( simg evening of entertainment has been planned. A nominal admission will be charged with the proceeds going to the Talmud Torah Fund. Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz will lead a committee of hostesses. LEAR SCHOOL HOIT* EXERCISE^THUSDAY thfrsras'thifssL attended by many J&22 parents as well as a K%5? ber of local residents R num Taking place Thursday aftit noon the scene of graduation 2, centered around the United 5? lions and the setting £J \ out-doors stage in the garden \ the school. Rabbi Irvin R gh? man was guest speaker and ore sented the awards and dinlnrn? High school. gradieTS Lawrence Leyme, valedJetffi Caryl Bayersdorfer, Arnold ffi tner. Marilyn Gesskr, Arh np Jacobson June Jaffe. SarabeK Jalan, Joan Marcus. Char Mester, Marilyn Miller. Arthur Peisner and Jeanne Perse Elementary graduates included' Theodore Angelus. Bernard Bee' ker, Eleanor Cohen. Julian Jaffe Nanc .X R M ssa c k LosUl SiRelbaum and Maxine Chaminc. MR. AND MRS. JACOBS TO DO HONOR TO THEIR SON At the close of the Beth David Junior Services for the summer Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs' in honor of their son, David, wili give the Kiddish, this Saturday morning, to the children of the Talmud Torah. David has served as Junior Rabbi for the past three years. He has matriculated at the University of Florida for the summer term and expects to leave Miami the sixth of June. ARBEITER RING WILL HOLD SUPPER SUNDAY EVENING JEWISH WORKERS ALLIANCE WILL OBSERVE SHEVUOTH Rev. and Mrs. S. Guttman announce the Bar Mitzvah of then son David M.. to take place at services Saturday morning May 27, at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. A reception will follow in the community building. No invitations are being issued and friends and relatives are invited. BIRTHS Lt. and Mrs. Harold Bernard Yudkin, 1043 Euclid avenue, announce the birth of a son. The Jewish Workers Alliance Bailik Branch No. 290 will hold a Shevuoth "Feast of Weeks" cell luation on Monday. Mav 29th, at H:30 P.M., at the Labor Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue. A program has been arranged to be followed by a social hour at which refreshments will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Jack Robinson, 5245 Alton Rd.. announce the birth of a son. Dr. and Mrs. Louis Lytton. Miami Beach announce the birth of a daughter at the St. Francis Hospital Monday. ONElADAY VITAMIN ^SLTABLITS 'I'lIINK of Itl Your mln* lmtus daily requirement* of A and D Vitamins or of B Complex Vitamins, In on pleasant tablet. Remember the name ONB-A-DAT (brand) Vitamin Tablet*. D. Mill* NERVINE T\0 TENSK nerras maka *-* JTCTI Wakeful. Cranky. KaatlassT Dr. Mile* Nar.ina help* to Issssn Narvooa Tension. Get It at roar draer %  tore. Read directions and naa only as directed. Alka-Seltzer WHEN HeaeUeaa, If.a" SanaaPalaa er SieapU NearaWia, Distsaas after MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE Flans have been completed for tin installation of officers at a luncheon on Wednesday, May 31st, at 1 o'clock, at Victor's Dining Room, Antilla Hotel. 1108 I'once de Leon, Coral Gables. Reservations are in charge of I Mrs. Juliet Stone and. Mrs. Fay Weintraub. An interesting program is being planned by Mrs. Herman Bloom, chairman, and her committee including Mrs. 1 Maurice Furnian, Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Lil Friedman and Mrs. Samuel Weissel. Early reservations are urged. The next meeting of the league will be held at the Miami Y. 1567 S. W. 5th Street, Monday evening, May 29th. at which time the nominating committee will present the following slate: Mrs. \ Anne Koven, president; Mrs. Molly Kauffman, first vice-president; Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, second I vice-president; Mrs. Nettie Novack, secretary; and Mrs. Fav Weintraub, treasurer. Election I of Officers will take place at this : meeting. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. TUami for REST CONVALESCEHC! "JCHRONICCASES Sun-Ray Park Health Resort Whsn You Think of Rsal Estata Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 909 Lincoln Road Phons o-M7 Depandable, Consciantlous Service Atoms jl^totlux* Your Complete Department Sters) With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flaglar St.. Miami Arbeitcr Ring Branch No. 692 will hold a supper on Sunday May 28th at 7 P.M., at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, to celebrate the installation of thirty-five i ew members who have joined in recent weeks. Mr. Shloin Litt will discuss the holiday of "Shvous." Mr. Alex Arnoff will talk about Declaration Day. The Arbeiter Ring Women's Club No. 692 will have their installation of officers Sunday, May 28th, at 7 P.M. at the Arbeiter Ring Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida. Officers elected at a meeting May 14th arc: Mrs. Becky Levine, Chair Lady; Mrs. Morris Jacobs, Finance Secretary; Mrs. Simon Kahn, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Borus Rifkind, Treasurer; Mrs. M. Ratner, Beach Hospitalor; Mrs. J. H. Siegle, Miami Hospitalor. Buy War Savings Bonds. Wka You Pay For -*. £= WATCH REPAIRS *S Why Not Get the Best HAVI AN ACCURATI TIMEKEErER Technical training and yean of experience only can make a man a watchmaker. You'll find sur-h ski lie at Danilf'e. Get the beat— It c-ofU a* J1WILHY BEPAIRINU -^Sfc* w DANZIG'S Jewelers %  j HALCYON ARCADl I4S? '•' '' % %  St. MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 "SERVING PHONE 9-2664 TH E JEWISH COMMUNITY A FRIEND IN NEED" 2008 W HOME RiyraMONTPAHK SANITARIUM tm N. w. m *. • •*" l^l TII e*uttful Ors



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MA Y 26, 1944 +JewlstFhrkttaii PAGE THREE The Biscayne Kennel club the let operating greyhound racold Inter in South Flonda yet '^oftsmost modern, will brmg St^to^row'^ht %  11 offer the final prep events £ 'an extenMve roster of Derby tible entrants. Selection of 27final 16 stars to compete MonSfy K May 29, in the two rKby Trials promises to array Z* of the neatest fields in years ocomJee"f.,r this coveted honor S? final racing greyhound .takes Of the year. The leading STdoi in eaeh of the Derby Thais will qualify for the Derby ffipionship <>n Wednesdays Si niRhl whe the beaten SSdQfi in each Trial will com£%n* niuhfs Derby ConSation. The four Derby events JJ£v purses totaling well over Si 000 with the Derby winner to rt 0 vi a beautifu trophy. Managina Director Joe H. Adams has ;mnnunced that post time for the Wednesday night closing program will be 7:45 instead of 8 P-m. with the card listinu 11 raci rather than the usual 10 events. Box patrons are urged to make their reservations Ihu weekend as indications are a crow ling all other Biscayne attendance will be on hand lor the 'Greyhound Getaway" i: i ort's greatest Florid., sea TEMPLE ISRAEL" WILL CONFIRM 1944 CLASS Templ< I rael will confirm its IM4 class of 30 young men and women at special services. Sunday morning. May 28, at the Temple starting at 10:00 o'clock. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will have charge of ill ceremonies and will addn-ss the graduates, all of whom have completed satisfactorily the necessary work and courses. Th.' i iclllde I. ii i I A'l ••!, I, .1 %  \ kl, Evn K. lini'.M, loj Bennett, Roillrown, Alan is Cohen, Gloria it t'ohen, Alan J. Fox. .i ii ki. I-'I eedman, lanu i'ieedman, Jacqueline II i'. %  ..i.i ;••> stein, B3ntB Kauffi i Joyce Ii. Keraln, H.niI... Klein, Miiimv Howard Kihi. Mi i R i.u lie lMstn.fr. Donald h II Reieman. William Kable, Myra Jaan • i -1 i -' hwarti, Hamlil N. Welnsteln, War"ii s v nd David Hlilinul B. L EV1N E DIES MONDAY AFTER A BRIEF ILLNESS Benjamin LeVine, 62, 826 Ortega Ave., Coral Gables, died Monday night. A retired wholesale jeweler, he came to Miami 10 years ago from Chicago, and was active in organizational work until illness necessitated curtailment of these endeavors. He served four successive te*rms as treasurer of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Etta LeVine; two daughters, the Misses Natalie and Marilyn Mickey LeVine; two brothers, Dr. Sam LeVine, Lawton, Okla.. and Julius LeVine, Chicago, and three sisters, the Misses Jessie and Norma LeVine of Chicago and Mrs. Abe Penn, Lawrence. Mass. Services will be held Friday from Temple Israel, with the Gordon Funeral Home in charge or arrangements, starting promptly at 2 p. m., with Rabbi Jacob Tarshish officiating. Interment will be in the family plot at Graceland. Pall bearers will be Dr. Frank Coret, Stanley C. Myers, Isaac Levin, Norman Rossman. Morris Alpert. and Max Azar. M. BEACH CENTER HYMAN FEINBERG Hyman Feinberg. 75. of 505 12th St.. Miami Beach, died in a hospital May 15. He came here 23 years ago from Wilmington. Del. Surviving are four sons. Sam, Isaac and Henry of Wilmington, and William of Miami Beach, and one daughter, Mrs. Rose Bloomberg of Wilmington, where the body was sent by Riverside Memorial chapel. The Confirmation Exercises of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Class of 1944 will take place at the Center on Sunday, May 28th, at 10:30 A.M. Six girls will be confirmed, and three boys who have completed the stipulated course of study will participate in the service. The Confirmants are: Ktini, daughter of Mi. and Mrs Max Baron; Barbara, riauKht,-i of Mr ami Mr* Sol Epateln; Bdythe, daughter of Mr, anil Mis. Ruby Golin: Maxinc. daughter of Mr. anil Mm. Conrad M.null I. Qlorla. daughter of Mr ami Mrs Max Saldlnaer; Paula, daughter or Mrs. Hannah Bplegel: Edward, eon Of Mr. ami .Mr?. Qeorge Cohen; Allan. sun nl Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T Bap. iro. The procession will be led into the Synagogue by Mr. Samuel Friedland. President of the Center, and Mr. Joseph M. Rose, 1st Vive-President. Rabbi Irving I.ehrman will deliver "A Charge to the Confirmants", and Certificates of Confirmation and Bibles will be presented by Mr. Herman A—. M. Berk, Chairman of the Sunday School and Mr. Harry Sirkin, Chairman of the Hebrew School. Parents of the Confirmapts will be hosts to the Congregation at a reception in the Center Patio immediately following the Service. The Sisterhood of the Center will honor the Confirmants at a dance on Wednesday Evening, May 31st, at 8:00 P.M. Saturday morning, May 27th, Rabbi Irving Lehrman will honor the graduating seniors of the High Schools. His sermon, "Youth on the March," will be dedicated to them. Sunday, May 21st, marked the closing session of the Sunday School of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. A special program was arranged for the occasion. Prizes and Certificates of Proficiency were presented to the outstanding pupils of the various classes by Mr. Herman M. Berk, Chairman of the Sunday School, and Mr. Harry Sirkin, Chairman of the Hebrew School. MORRIS KESSLER Morris Kessler, 59. a retired food dealer, died suddenly of a heart ailment, at his home. 319 N. W. 12th Ave. He came to Miami from New York five years ago to make his permanent home here. He was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge of New York City. He is survived by his widow. Rebecca: two daughters, Mrs. Marion Brainson, N. Y., and Miss Martha Kessler. Miami; two sons. Sgt. Jack Kessler and Cpl. Samuel ; Kessler. of the United States I Armed Forces, and a sister. Mrs. \ Bella Kline. Yonkers. N. Y. i Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 24th, in the Palmer Funeral Chapel, with Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation officiating. Graveside services were held by the Odd Fellows Lodge of Miami. Interment was in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. MR. AND MRS H. BULBIN OBSERVE SILVER WEDDING Mi ami Mrs. Henry Bulbin are celebrating their silver wedding anniversary Sunday, May 28th, with a dinner at the Garden Restaurant. Besides the hosts the Wests will include their two sons, Joseph and Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Cowen and their daughters, Fay and Sybil, Mr. and Mrs. M M. Nankin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Katz and daughter, Frances. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lavigne, Comdr. and Mrs. Nathan Iavine, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Getzug and daughter, Anyee, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nevins and Mr. and Mrs. I. Levin. MRS. S. SCHWERTOK Mrs. S. Schwertok. 1017 Jefferson Ave., died Tuesday. Interment will be in New York. Mr. Schwertok is owner of the Brompton-Manor apartments and has resided in Miami Beach for several years. JULIUS SHELTON Julius Shelton. 61, died late Wednesday night. He had been a resident here the past three years coming from New York city. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Amelia Shelton, and one son, Steve Shelton. USN. Funeral services will be held Friday. 2 p. m., at the Riversir/ Memorial chapel. Burial will be in Mt. Sinai cemetery. ROOM AVAILABLE p ty desires to share 2-bedoom apartment. kitchen Pririleges, with woman or wple. References exchanged. Excellently located at 3I J0 N. E. 7th Arm.. Miami M. 3. Cor. N. E. 32nd St. Off Biscayne Bird. I wish to thank the People of Dade County for the confidence they have Placed in me as 'heir sheriff. JIMMY SULLIVAN (Paid Pol. Adv.) ISADOR MARKS Isador Marks, 74. of 507 Espanola Way. Miami Beach, died Saturday in a hospital. He came here four years ago from New York City. Surviving are a son. Lewis, of the Army, and a daughter, Mrs. Sally Silverman. New York City, where the body was sent by Riverside Memorial chapel. HEBREW CALENDAR Shabuot Sun.. May M CW*L • %** DRINK PLENTY OF CPTripurc ^ Water DEIIVERCO TO TOUR HOME 3-GU10* BOTTLI S 0 Ca$f OF SIX N T46LE 80TTUS IS: Plu* BotUf Deposit< PHONE 2 4128 FREE RENT I want a Jewish couple or mother and daughter to live in my home. Nicest residential section, bus line at door. Lady would have to fix one meal for gentleman and look after home. Call 2-0921 from 10 A. M. to 12 Noon. "KITS FOR RUSSIA" TO I BE GIVEN WEDNESDAY Wednesday afternoon, May 31, 2:00 P.M. is the new time appointed for the "Kits for Russia" benefit party sponsored by the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women. This party was to have been held last Wednesday but was postponed because of unforeseen difficulties. The affair, according to Mrs. Herman Wepman, in charge of arrangements, will enable Council members to fulfill their pledge to provide those kits for needy Russian families. One dollar's worth of any of the following commodities is the admission to the affair, which will be held at the Atlantis Roof, 2655 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach: cotton thread, needles, pins, soap, sugar cigarettes, adhesive tape, Turkish towels, evaporated milk, work gloves, hard candy, and dehydrated soups. Feature of the afternoon will be a book review by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein of "Liberty Street" by I. V. Morris. Mrs. Wepman is assisted by Mrs. Nat Williams, Mrs. Joseph Kolber, Mrs. Stuart Gordon. Mrs. Morris Alpert, and Mrs. Irving Kobley, Refreshments will be j served. Members and friends I are urged to attend. BlSCuiwm 9th Race Over 5 16th Mile Course ENTRIES SUMPIN' SWELL BIRDIE SUE MEEKER LAD THE MAN SOAPY HANDS WESTERN WEAPON LITTLE RUBE FERN NATURE Not Listed in Official Post Positions • 10 RACES NIGHTLY • DAILY DOUBLE 2nd & 3rd RACES • OUINIELAS EVERY RACE • POST TIME 8 P. M. • ADMISSION 25c NO MINORS ADMITTED TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAYNETake Mi-mi Transit bus No. 10 out to N.W. 7th Avenue end 103rd Street; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Avenue to 107th Street; or Ope-Loclce bus out N.W. 7th Avenue TRANSPORTATION FROM THESE to 115th Street. FREE POINTS TO TRACK. ~~£^ fl &tf / FUTURITY ijnACn Vi Nusa y 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th km. i I



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MAY 26, 1944 +Jewish nor Mian PAGE SEVEN Will LOCAL BOYS GREATER NHNIARMJ-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Ol The Jewish Welfare Board H M r ir c t Lt. Nr ton Zuckerman. I has served overseas 19 wh0 .h5 is another local boy m0 ,„ tf a distinguished record in malww a a ,,'. I. now here on SERVICE Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service m ^ r\ r\ *, PARADE! Lt. Joahua Kaplan, 24, of New Castle, Pa., co-pilot of a Flying Fortress, is missing "at sea" in the Northwest African theater. Lieutenant Kaplan has two brothers in the service. ftiftSl^'ftff* SERGEANT HOWARD KLINE B^Sch. Florida. REPORTED KILLED IN ACTION Norton en IS |cd on June 7, ,ono rVnP and worked his w a/& 1 -, "oward Kline, son of lMLM „XouKh the ranks, ofMax J. Kline, 60 N. E. 50th St., 25 "? !" nine school and to the Miami, has been reported killed Tnf fi *< %  tenant. He has action. 'fnirS n three campaigns, —-— 2? %  £* Sicily and Italy. He was Daniel M. Richter, son of Mr. ^.1 ho 9th A r Force in Egypt and Mrs. J. A. Richter of 4666 N. A MPT with the 12th Air Force Bay road, has reported to the Merwu naval training school at Camp j'n wears the American Macdonough, N. Y„ for work leadand later in Italy1101 Ribbon "for service preving to a commission as ensign in ;o Pearl Harbor, the Amerithe naval reserve. Defense J&eatti Ribbon_for service A graduate of Miami Senior nutside the continental United High school and a former Unifies and ribbons for three camversity of Florida student. Midnaien< He has been a resident shopman Richter has two brothnf Deiray Beach practically all crs in the service—1st Lt. RobL hfe and is a graduate of Delert Richter, army, and Alvin C. rav Beach High School. Richter, storekeeper, 1-c. navy, — stationed at the Miami naval air First Lieutenant Milton L. Roistation. •ntlatt of Miami Beach has reDorttd at Army Air Forces reMorns Katx, son of Mr. and distribution station No. 2. MiMrs. J. Katz, 476 S. W. Fourth [ ami Beach, where his next assignst., was promoted to corporal at ment in the continental United Hunter Field, Ga. His wife, Mrs. States will be determined. Lillian Katz, lives at 219 N. W. Lieut. Rosenblatt. 21. flew 12 Second St. I combat missions in the European theatre as a 13-24 pilot, winning George Irving Hornik, 1550 the Air Medal with one oak leaf Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, was cluster. He i-a sen of Mrs. Rose promoted to boatswain's mate Rosenblatt, 246 Jefferson ave., 2-c at Banana River. | Miami Beach. Staff Sgt. Joe S. Scheinberg, Dan Satin. 25 was recently prohas arrived safely in New Guinea moled to lientenant (jg). Satin, where he is serving with a field the son of Mr. Mid Mrs. Louis artillery unit, according to word j. Satin, is now serving in the received by his wife. His parSouth Pacific as a navigation ofents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Scheinberg, ficer. He was a student at Milive at 410 S. W. Ninth Ave. ami Beach high school, and is a graduate of the University of Lt. (jg) Arthur M. Shandloff, I Miami law school. stationed with the Scabees at L i77 ^ Ar. i Port Hueneme, Cal. is visiting his Pvt. Abraham W. Grer. 40. of parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. ShandMiami Beach, Fla., serving with joff, 150 s. W. 21st Road. Both the field artillery in the North he and a brother. Pvt. Robert I. [African campaign, was seriously Shandloff, stationed with an armwcunded in the Bizerta fighting ore d division at Camp Campbell, IwtMay. Ky., were here for Mother's day. %  1 „ „ „„ Pvt. Shandloff returned to his Lt. Leonard Holland. 26, of base Tuesday. Providence. R. I., infantry officer wounded in the Southwest Pa* r>ii w.i.k.r. „f u„ TI fe u ';? ) i. r,'"„""" ,au <1 wi,h •.^5SSJ5^f'hSr£ |ine r-urple H eart. a short visit with Mrs Wcinberf?i S Sgt. Leroy Feldman, son of 2469 Flamin plac e Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feldman. is ,. _. T c.#^ spending a fifteen day furlough Corporal Arnold Raxin. USMC. [with his parents He will return after completing his Automotive to Pennsylvania where he is staMechanics course in the Motor |tioned. Transport School, Quartermaster Battalion, Marine Corps, Camp Sol (Beans) Alexander is staLeJeune. N. C, has received his [Honed at Camp Sibert, Alabama, certificate and is now serving Iwbere he is taking his basic Wltn 'he Amphibious Units overtraining and will be attached to scas He received his corporal I the Chemical Warfare Division ratin K on March 23rd and has Mrs. Alexandei the former Doris been ovcrscas sincc March 22nd. I Miller is residing in Alabama He write s that V mail is a very ['ith her husband. efficient service and wishes to be remembered to his Miami Capt. Harold Ungerleider son fiends. Cpl. Raxin is the son Iff Mr. and Mrs Henrv D Uneeroi Mrs. Anna Raxin, 123 N. E. Nerof Miami Beach is'visiting 50th St. 11*? w? w "'' %  ""' fumil y in MiIwh. u 1( Uiril 'ng to Brazil Martin Berman. the son of Mrs. Ibfr i ,1 u A 8tation ea as a memLucie Berman, 1632 Pennsylvania |<*r 01 the American Red Cross. Avenue, has been promoted to w. ,,, -—-— the rank of private first class, lto„u l d Mr i|-Charles M. Pcretzwhile serving in the New HebZi WJ Beach have received rides. %  son in 1 ,hl r promotion of their Tffa* u' St vm our H. Evans. Pvt. Benjamin Karol. son of rst lieutenant. Mrs. Hannah Rose Ward. 1120 C, n Pennsylvania ave., has reported hifHn '? 9 Sc hulan. whose to Keesler Field. Miss., for test %  >ves at 3627 N.E. Fifth ave.. lofficer;" a u SslRncd a s a medical has i^'tf at 3627 N. E. Fifth ave.. and classification in the AAF. Bob Kaplan, son of Mr. and forward ""-tloops en route to Mrs. George Kaplam Miami Ceaw), IU ","" n coast of New forS \ h Tv tro Ps en route to IdWn^r,, s pass through his Beach, is now taking O.C.S. trainItauMK mJ' s ,art of the conin K n Ft Knox Ky. He is at[units eniori cneck made on tached to the armored tank diI "entering tropical dutv vision vision. tr opical duty. ^ Out This Coupon and Mcrfl To "WAR RECORDS," Armyj^yyCommittee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18, Florida Name H me Address. I B h Date Serial No.. Civ "ian Occupation Nl Entry 10 Service Street City Birthplace City State State ..Marital SUtusBrw *h of Service ^tion, hip A Mnm %  %  *• %  Transmitted by_ "^hone number__ Date .Discharged— -Rank or Rating. S/Sgt. Albert Kati. 21, of Baltimore, Md., Army Air Corps, is missing in action in the Aleutians. A member of the ground crew, Sergeant Katz volunteered for flying duty. The Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received from those in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian, the daily press and national publications. Send original or copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Committee, Box 2973, Miami 18, Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk are, what they are seeing and doing. Sherwood Levine left Sunday for Georgia where he will be sworn in as a member of the armed forces. His wife and family will remain here. Lt. Leonard H. Victor, 23, of Pueblo, Colo., a field artillery officer in service four years, was killed in action in Sicily while acting as observation officer covering an attack by infantry. Lt. Leonard Shapiro. 26. of New York City, Flying Fortress pilot, is missing in Sicily. An engineering student at N.Y.U., Lieutenant Shapiro enlisted in the Air Force two years ago. Pvt. Joseph Wisotsky, 25. of New York City, was killed in action in Sicily. Ensign Eugene Stromberg. of Los Angeles, is missing in action in the Pacific. Ensign Stromberg is a member of Pi Lamda Phi fraternity. MRS. ROTH WELCOMES WIVES OF SERVICEMEN Servicemen's wives with small children aren't told. "I'm sorry, we don't allow children," at the Florida Inn at 1213 West University Avenue. In fact, they are welcomed by Mrs. Burnett Roth, wife of an army sergeant at Camp Blanding and former president of the B'nai B'rith Sholom Lodge; who manages the 40-room former Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity house. Recently there were 19 children registered at the Inn. With the exception of two, all were under four years old. Most of the women staying at the Inn now have been married from seven to ten years and their husbands are trainees in the IRTC at Camp Blanding, Mrs. Roth explains. Because their husbands can get off to come to Gainesville only once a week, bupt have a little free time between 6 and 7:30 p.m. daily at camp, Mrs. Roth loads her car with wives from the Inn and takes them to Camp Blanding to visit their husbands. Mrs. Roth came to Gainesville during the peak of the rooming shortage. Although she has no children, at the time she could not even find accommodations for herself. At her suggestion, the Tau Epsilon Phi fraterniay brothers, all but three of whom are in the armed services, agreed to operate their fraternity house as the Florida Inn to keep up their mortgage, and because they know the difficulties service people have in finding lodgings. Consequently, she took over management of the Inn to provide lodgings for herself and Sgt. Roth, and for Army couples like them. Pfc. Jacob J. Blank. 28. of Claridge. Pa., is missing in action in the North African area. Private Blank was a truck driver in civilian life. Pfc. Robert Cohen, 32. of Worcester, Mass., Coast Artilleryman, is missing somewhere in the South Pacific. Lt. (jg) Marcy L. Hartman. 25, U.S.N.R., of Shreveport, La, was reported missing in the North Atlantic when his transport, enroute to a naval base in Iceland, was torpedoed While serving in this country. Lieutenant Hartman was in charge of the War Bond office at the Corpus Christi naval station. Lt. Albert Alop, 25, of Chicago, is the holder of the Soldier's Medal "for outstanding heroism in the rescue of occupants from a burning plane, despite the menace of exploding ammunition and gas tanks." Staff Sergeant Harvey H. London, 23, of Chicoga, who has been decorated with the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and eight Oak Leaf Clusters, is hailed for his "successful conduct of numerous and frequent aerial missions against the enemy throughout the Middle East." Seaman Max Hershkowitz, 25, of Brooklyn, Merchant Marine, is missing somewhere in the Atlantic after his ship was attacked by enemy submarines. Lt. Samuel B. Bass. 26. of North City. N. C, bombardiernavigator serving on the Mediterranian front, is the recipient of an Air Medal and Oak Leaf Cluster. On one mission. Lt. Bass had to crawl into the bomb bay to replace pins on three bombs which had become fouled in the racks and were endangering crew and craft. US'Marines WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairmsn JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sc. Executive Committee Mn. Max Dobrln, Ben B. Goldman, Maunice Groasman. Louia Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry Koven, Harry Markowiti. Alexander F. MJer, at Roth, Fred Shochet, Milton Sirkin. Joieph Stein, Mra. Herman Wallach. Carl Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry Zukernick. j£f *&. MARINE ACE AWARDED V CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR v MAJOR GREGORY BOYINGTON,USMC, OFFICIALLY CREDITED' WITH 26 JAP PLANES... ACCOUNTED FOR SIX OF THESE WHILE A MEMBER OF THE "FLYING TIGERS"..WAS CITED BY THE PRESIDENT FOR "EXTRAORDINARY HEROISM ABOVE ftND BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY." ; AFFECTIONATELY CALLED PAPPY" BY HIS MEN. THE MAJOR IS LISTED AS MISSING,lH ACTION. Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navr Committee. Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Bldg. CARL'S MARKETS Miami Miami Beach COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St. — M8 Lincoln Rd. FLXZIT SYSTEM 1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue FLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO. 82 N. E. 28th Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 1M N. Miami Avenue JACK C. JAYSON DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS 114 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue MIAMI MILL WORK & LUMBER CO. 535 N. W. llth Street MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, Inc. 1701 N. W. 7th Avenue STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 149 N. E. 10th Street JOSEPH R. 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1 ifcJewislhJEIIiDipidliiaun ^ %  T H E JEWISH UNITY MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS JEWISH GROUPS A Community Assembly the tat to be held in this area will kc place Sunday June 4 at he Miami Woman's Club with the S of -vents scheduled to Sn at 2:30 o'clock The auditorium will open at 1 p. m. enSR Greater Miami residents •c view exhibits and displays both of local and national groups, many of which have been shown to audiences throughout the country. Participants will be social service groups including the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Army-Navy Committee, Bureau or Jewish Education, Hillel Foundation of the University of Miami and the Miami and Miami Beach Ys. Federation will hold its annual meeting as part of the activities starting with a dinner at the Woman's Club at 6:30 p. m. to be followed by a business session, reports for the past year and the election of officers and directors. Reservations are being accepted for the dinner at the Federation office, 3-5411. The program includes a stage production by the two Ys and Hillel in the form of a Workshop Play depicting the activities of the three groups. The other participants are planning varied presentations to portray to the public the workings of their organizations. The complete programs and final plans will be announced next week. SCHOLARSHIPS GIVEN TO 3 MIAMI WOMEN Three scholarships to Harvard University Workshop in Intercultural Education was presented by the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews and the Miami Lions club Saturday at Bayfront park. Recipients of the scholarships awarded during the celebration of "1 Am An American Day" by the Americanism committee of the Harvey Seeds American Legion post, were Miss Malvina Weiss, Miss Marie Scollin and Mrs. Emma C. Holland, all Dade county school teachers. TEMPLE ISRAEL PAYS TRIBUTE TO EPSTEIN Temple Israel has named its library in honor of its late president, Leonard Epstein, it was announced at a meeting of the congregation last week. Resolutions honoring the mem| ory of the late officer, who passed away several months ago were presented to the widow. Millard Caldwell emerged on I In an address Herbert U. FiebWednesday from Florida's runelman called attention to the off Democratic primary with a "consecrated service" of the deGOVERNOR:OTHER ELECTION TOTALS COLLECTIONS OF WASTE PAPER TO BE MADE I SCHOOL PUPILS The Bureau of Jewish Education has announced that it is now directing its efforts towards assisting local Talmud Torahs in increasing their enrollment of pupils for the summer sessions of the Hebrew schools. Placing special emphasis upon the importance of continued Hebrew education and training, A. P Cannes, director of the local bureau, stated that the summer is an excellent time for the instruction of students as they are not overburdened with school work and activity. Parents of children are asked to cooperate ln registering their children and many are taking advantage of Consolidation of the Dade County Community Chest and the War Chest of Dade county under one charter and with one board of directors, is now in process, Ralph A. Tracy, managing director of both chests has announced. The Joint organizations will be known as the Dade County Community War Chest, and the board of directors will cor.sist of at least 21 persons representative of the community and the social welfare agencies who will be selected by written ballot of all Chest members at a meeting late in June. The directors will then elect their own officers. "This consolidation of the two organizations," explained Tracy, "will necessitate only half the usual number of board meetings, and will simplify all records and bookkeeping into one system. The personnel of the executive groups will be strengthened by concentrating the base of administration." the summer season to have their children catch up on lost work and obtain special tutoring. The Beth David Talmud Torah "id the religious school of the Miami Beach Jewish Center nave announced that registrations for the summer course *"i take place Monday and fM.ay. June 5 and 6. An investing curriculum has been iK Par !? under the direction of w "u bls and teachers together of th e a tanee of the Bureau Jewish Education. SALONIKl7 GREECE, IS A CITY WITHOUT JEWS Cairo (WN"iTI Saloniki. ish £?' i ncc a Cltv with a Jcw 70flta P Ulallon of approximately Q w, is completely "judenrein" porh accor dmg to reliable re

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PAGE FOUR vJewlstncrkUati !" >AY, MAY a ,„; The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla. P. O. Box 2073 P hone 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, $1.60 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1944 SIVAN 4. 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 21 Face Facts • By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League TIDBITS FROM EVER1 Mtid£y Confidential -By PHINEAS I. BfflONSHEVUOTH—1944 The Synagogue Council of America, representing the Jewish religious organizations of the country, is hopeful that this Feast of Weeks may be the prelude to the months in which Victory may come to the United Nations. No one is more conscious of the significance of spiritual laws arising out of the struggle and the vision of men trying to find eternal light than the Jewish people at this season of the year. In Synagogue and Temple, wherever Jews abide, whether it be in lands of liberty like ours or in the underground haunts of axis-infested countries, Israel will observe the Shevuoth festival in a spirit of unusual dedication and resolve. Shevuoth, or the Feast of Weeks, has its harvest origin but its greater significance is that on this day at Sinai the Decalogue was accepted by our forefathers as the Law of God for mankind. Many pronouncements and characters have been issued since that ancient time. Few have put into such simple yet majestic terms man's faith in God, man's duty to his fellowman and man's realization that he cannot be a law unto himself but that he must obey the Law of the Lord. Today, more than ever, the message of this festival that we have one Father and one God hath made us all is one that men of every creed can endorse. The Nazi and Fascist dictators seek to break the tablets of the Law beyond redemption. The Judaeo-Christian world is resolved that the Ten Commandments shall be written anew upon the heart and minds of the generations yet to be. WORTH READING One of the most famous letters in American history affecting Jews—unknown to many persons of the present generation—was published recently in the Hebrew Union College Bulletin. An explanatory note 'ollows: One of the most colorful figures to appear on the American .-one in the last century was Raphael J. Moses. He distingui.^hed himself as a major for the Confederacy during the Civil War. Attached to General Longstreet's staff, he was the chief commissary of his native Georgia and was known as the "honest commissary"—an almost paradoxical statement in that hectic era. After the war he returned to his law practice, entered politics and was elected to the Georgia legislature in 1866. Here he added to the brilliance of his career, becoming the acknowledged leader of the House, renowned for his ardent patriotism and oratory. It was in the course of his political career, that an opponent, a Mr. Tuggle. referred to him sneeringly as a "Jew." Major Moses was not present on the occasion, but when word came to him. he answered in a letter that was printed in the Columbus, Georgia, Daily Times of August 29. 1876. Though almost seventy years have passed since it was penned, this frank and fiery rejoinder is still applicable to Jewish life. It is one of those timeless statements that are worthy of repetition in any age. It asks for tolerance not as a concession, but as a right, conscious of the heritage of freedom in both Jewish and American life. The letter itself follows: "I hare taken time to authenticate a report which I heard for the first time on the evening of the last day of the convention. At West Point and in my absence, during your congressional campaign, you sought for me a term of reproach, and from your well' defined vocabulary selected the epithet of Jew. "Had I served you to the extent of my ability in your recent political aspirations and your over-burdened heart had sought re' lief in some exhibition of unmeasured gratitude; had you a wealth of gifts and selected from your abundance your richest offering to lay at my feet, you could not have honored me more highly, nor distinguished me more gratefully than by proclaiming me a Jew. I am proud of my lineage and my race; in your severest censure you cannot name an act of my life which dishonors either, or which would mar the character of a Christian gentleman. I feel it an honor to be one of a race whom persecution cannot crush; whom prejudice has in vain endeavored to subdue; who. despite the powers of man and the combined governments of the world, protected by the hand of Deity have burst the temporal bonds with which prejudice would have bound them, and after nineteen centuries of persecution still survives as a nation, and assert their manhood and intelligence, and give proof of "the divinity that stirs within them" by having become a great factor in the government of mankind? Would you honor me? Call me a Jew. Would you place in unenviable prominence your own un-Christian prejudice and bigotry? Call me a Jew. Would you offer a living example of a man into whose educated mind toleration cannot enter, on whose heart the spirit of liberty and the progress of American principles has made no impression? You can find it illustrated in yourself. Your narrow and benighted mind, pandering to the prejudices of your auditory, has attempted to taunt me by calling me a Jew one of that peculiar people at whose altars, according to the teachings of "Strike out the nationality of Judea. and you would seek in your theological masters. God chose that His Son should worship. vain for Christ and his apostles. Strike out of sacred history the teachings of the Jews, and you would be as ignorant of God and the soul's immortal mission as you are of the duties and amenities of social life. 1 am not angered, but while I thank you for the opportunity which you have given me to rebuke your prejudice, confined to a limited number of distinguished for their bigotry and sectarian feelings—of which you are a fit exemplar—I pity you for hnvinq been cast in a mould impervious to the manly and liberal sentiments which distinguish the nineteenth century. "You axe not created without a purpose; nature exhibits her beauties by the contrast of light and shade; humanity illustrates its brightest and noblest examples by placing its most perfect models in juxtaposition with the meanest specimens of mankind. So that you have the consolation of knowing that your mind has been thus deformed in the wisdom of the Great Architect that vou might serve as a shadow to bring forth in bold relief the briahUr tints of that beautiful picture. Religious Toleration, enoraftedI in the Constitution of the United States by the wisdom of our fathers! This week your director proposes to invade the realm Of our fellow-columnist, Marx Feinberg. and discuss some matters pertaining to B'nai B'rith. Last week I made a rapid tour of Western and Northern Florida. Anyone who travels for pleasure these days is plumb crazy. Mv bag was lost in the short run between Tampa and Lakeland and turned up mysteriously in Orlando the next day. Five hours of the lurching. Btifling trip from Eustis to Tallahassee found your director uprighl on crying feet With all the discomfort, however, the trip was very worth while. In community after community we found every adult Jew a member of B rial B'rith. In addition, the enterprising local lodge leaders had scoured the neighboring hamlets and had enrolled every one eligible for many miles around. It made me not only proud to be .i fellow Ben Brith but also I made me realize what a useful function this leading Jewish service organization is accomplishing in unifying Jewish life and giving to the Jews in far-flung communities a sense of solidity and of their place in the Hebrew cultural tradition. Further, and I know the rabbis will be interested in this. I found practically every Ben Brith a member of the community synagogue or temple. It appeared that the two great unifying forces in Jewish life in the smaller communities of Florida, and 1 imagine this applies to the smaller communities all over the United States, are houses of worship and the B'nai B'rith lodg< S. I was particularly impressed by the B'nai B'rith meeting in Tallahassee. Every adult Jew in the community, save one, can e to the temple promptly at 7:00 p. in. for an excellent steak dinner catered by the enterprising lodge president, Abe Gross. Home made cake fortified the diners against the ravages of an address by your director. Subsequently, a most stimulating discussion took place and it was midnight before Gross and Al Block were able to shoo the laSl disputants into the soft night air. That, my friends, is a picture of B'nai B'rith at its best. That's why I'm proud of the fact that I am privileged to play an active, role in the affairs of such an organization. II A 1 II K N II E R E UK (This column Is oondUCtsd bv the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in ooperatlon with The Jewish Kiori.i.* %  ..mmunlty norvU-o To Inform the community of your organization's activities and to avoid conflicts in latea, phone 3-5411 and ask for "Community Calendar." Notification must reach Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week.) Monday. May 29th Jewish study Oroup, agei n |o II %  ponaored by the Bureau of Jewish Kdui-.itii.n in cooperation with ih Town "T" 1567 8. W. r.th Bt J:JO to i:io ,, ,„ ; American Jewish < ..nut.-**. Women's Division. Tuesday. May 30th National Home for Jewish ChildiV". I 1 RS? V S r \.. 1,:, •'• ">• Charles Hotel. 1476 Collins Av,. Wednesday. May 31at Jewish Study Group. a*es 14 to 18 sponsored by the Bureau of JJ .! I iJ !ut a i tl0 n „ ln '""nation with R on M C in V '' 'v l '" ,COln *'•*<* %  t"L? : 5 fcr m : Na,l "nl Council of Jewish Women, book review proceeds to Russian War U.llef' Atlantis Hotel. 2 p m Sunday, June 4th sT m Un U A r B mbl >"tartlngat Z P. m Miami W oman's Club. 5TH WARlOANGROUP MET AT BEACH YMHA Representatives of all organizations and groups at Miami VSJJ SSi* Thursday at the HL*L y HA ., a t No Lincoln Road and made plans for Miami Beach participation in the fifth '. W ?F loan campaign. Max M. Ozer and Samuel T. Sapiro are co-chairmen of the Beach division of the county war finance committee. OBNERAL. PAJNTINO CL AN WORK DONE BT BBST MECHANICS v TOBB ESTIMATES NO J0 ^ T0 l^AROE OR T r „T. SMAI.I, rvM$2f&&£l PAINT CONTRACTOR PH. 1.0070; If no answer. 2-5105 POLITICAL COMMENT Well-informed circles regard as a political blunde Appeal to Stalin issued by the Emergency Committee to ft5? the Jewish People of Europe Some members of this F gency Committee are known in Moscow as havinq maim •' a consistently anti-Soviet attitude They are certain!? wrong people to appeal to Stalin for anything ... y toe LISTEN HERE Bishop Francis J. Haas' acceptance of the co-chairmansK of the Council against Intolerance is an important event Dean of the Catholic University of American and former ch" i' man of the Fair Employment Practices Committee, the Bisr?"' is a fighter ... Dr. Israel Goldstein's message on D-Day I dressed to Zionists, was a great patriotic and Zionist doc ment ... A number of correspondents ask us why the Amer m Jewish groups don't institute energetic protests against'* 11 Polish government-in-exile, now that General Anders notori anti-Semitic order of the day has been proven authentic 0US Our answer is that we don't know We believe it is MmS time to take drastic action .... l ^ LITERARY NOTES Sholom Asch's "The Apostle" is on the Catholic Index as "objectionable literature" Josef Israels 2nd, son of the late Mrs. Henry Moskowitz and grand-nephew of the famous Dutch painter whose name he bears, is serving in the merchant marine, but has none the less written an article on aerial gunnery What is more, the article is based on personal experience 7 Israels managed this by temporarily joininq cui American air force crew during a leave granted him in the South Pacific area Gertrude Berg, creator of radio's "Goldberg Family," will author a comic strip featuring her well-known characters for the New York Post beginning next month ... This will be Mrs. Berg's first newspaper appearance since her weekly featurette, "Mamatalks," was distributed by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate some years ago THE MUSICAL BEAT The sponsors of the Madison Square Garden Flag Day observance on June 14th had a happy inspiration when they decided to present Halevy's opera "La Juive" on that occasion This immortal masterpiece against intolerance will be most appropriate ... A tone poem describing Hedy Lamarr is the latest work of composer George Antheil Add things we never knew before: That there is a theory that Wolfgand Amedeus Mozart, the famous Austrian composer, was born a Jew, but was baptized in his early childhood on the orders of an imperial personage who, hearing the infant prodigy perform, decreed that a Jew could not be a genius ... We garnered this from "A Guide for the Bedevilled," whose author, Ben Hecht, attributes the ukase to Marie Antoinette, though he inclined to the belief that if there is anything to the story it must have been Marie Antoinette's mother, Maria Theresa, who brought about the conversion. ABOUT PEOPLE Congratulations to Leonard Bernstein on the selection of his symphony, "Jeremiah," as the outstanding orchestral work by an American composer introduced in New York this season This is a fitting climax to Bernstein's first season in the public eye (a year ago he was known only to a select circle in his own Massachusetts bailiwick) ... Eli Lloyd Hoffman, former Broadway press agent, is now columning in an Army publication And Mel Diamond, another former Broadwayite, now attached to an anti-aircraft unit in Italy, is keeping his hand in by writing colorful reports of the proceedings there (Winchell recently published one in his column) Aside to Goebbels: The late Mrs. Sara Delano Roosevelt did you dirt when she named her only son Franklin Just think what a field day you would have had if she hadn't overruled a Roosevelt family tradition in accordance with which the future President should have been christened Isaac CORAL GABLES GROCERY FOOD AND DEPARTMENT STORE QUALITY • SELECTION • LOW PRICE 2012 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. "In the Heart of Coral Gables" NOW UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF STEVENS MARKET Still Handling the BEST in QUALITY FOODS NEW STORE HOURS MONDAY—TUESDAY—THURSDAY 9 AM. to 6 P. M. WEDNESDAY 9 AM. TO 12:30 P. M FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9:30 A. M. TO 9 P. M. There Will Be No Change In Store Personnel



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