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The Jewish Floridian ( June 2, 1944 )

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ibd^vii^ltUEIIiOjriidliiaun ^^THE JEWISH UNITY i VOLUME 17-No. 22 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 2. 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS EN TO PUBLIC The Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold its 1944 annual membership meeting, open to the 2c. tins coming-Sunday. June 4th at the Miami Womans Club, 1737 N Bavshore Drive. Concluding the Community Assembly federation's meeting will start with a dinner at 6:30 P.M. in the dining room of the Womans' Club for which reservations are now being accepted at the office. 3-5411. Following the dinner, Sam Blank, president will open the meeting that will hear reports by the President Director Ben B. Goldman, and Treasurer Joseph RStein. Stanley Myers, Honorary President. will speak. The Constitution Committee under the chairmanship of Louis Heiman will recommend amendments to the constitution that will call for the combining offices of president and chairman of the board, and allow previous officers and members of the board who are in the armed forces to remain listed as in service in such offices for the duration. Another amendment to be presented will clarify the office of Honorary President and automatically include the officer as a member of the executive committee and board, entitled to the same rights and privileges as other numbers. The Honorary President will perform such other duties as may be required of him from time to tune by the organization. Dr. Frank Coret, chairman of the nominating committee has announced the slate of officers to be presented at the meeting and a list of nominees for the board. Members of the committee are: Dr. Frank Coret. Chairman; George Chertkof, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mrs. Ada Joseph. Mrs. Etta LeVine, Mrs. Benj. Meyers, William D, Singer, Dr. Philip neinstein. The slate recommends: Honoray President, Stanley C. Myers; President, Monte Selig; gwfetary, Mrs. Max Dobrin; Treasurer, Dr. Frank Coret; VicePresidents, Jacob Sher. Carl einkl<-. Max Orovitz, Joseph R. Stem Mrs Matilda Ratner, Maj. Mitchell Wolfson*. (CONTINUED ~ON PAO* 4) First Community Assembly Of Greater Miami Jewry to be Held Sunday; Six Agencies Take Part The Jewish Community of estine Appeal. Council of Jewthe annual membership meeting Greater Miami will have the opish Federation and Welfare of the Greater Miami Jewish portunity for the first time in Funds, Hadassah, Zionist OrganFederation will take place with its history to witness a presentsization of America, Rational a dinner in the dining room on tion and hear reports of its local \ Council of Jewish Women, Anti-1 the second floor, followed by agencies, in the form of a Comi Defamation League of B'nai business meeting, munity Assembly taking place B'rith, Mizrachi and the NationAppearing In the dramatic skit w C.nslni, In,,.. 4h I ol II.,,,,,, tr\r(..ii--, 1, fhilrlr-nn nt lie (Sail Arkirillilll. Sillldra Allllt L in Sunday. June 4th. I a 1 Home for Jewish Children at \ jadg &§ !" >(~ ^S&^S& The Miamians will gather at Denver. gj,,' Rltae dobson. Beverl> cheeter. the Miami Womans' Club, 1737 I The Droeram for the afternoon Prances Cooper. Charlene Cootner, tne Miami womans I^IUD, WJI me program ior me aucrnoon prances cooper, unanene uooiner, N. Bayshore Drive starting at' has been announced to include .i.--i'>'[i>Was,; )0 i'"-„ 1 !;';;! ,l,, < V' r,ii W .'i" %  *, r\ it • !_•!•. et i e \ u.. TP— j— Main r i <•'> Miw .nunK.-.-S.-I in-aa series of events beginning at j picting projects of Greater Miami !" JSUiS&EEL* MS. 2:30 P.M. are: Army-Navy Com-I Jewish Agencies. Participants Alll |,,. y n„ v ,i. At the piano will be mittee. Bureau of Jewish EduI in the skit are the Bureau of MU cation. Greater Miami Jewish Jewish Education, Hillel Found_ ^CQlCt .'iiiiini *J %  *• i.w u> %  %  *_#***.****%  •, a*ee ev ^,-!" Federation; Hillel Foundation— ation of niversity of Miami, MiUniversity of Miami, Miami Y.M. ami Y.M. & W.H.A., and Miami & Y.W.H.A. and Miami Beach! Beach Y.M. & W.H.A.. FollowY.M. & W.H.A. I ing the skit presentation will be Organizations announcing their i a special recording, "The Battle displays include the Joint Dis] of the Warsaw Ghetto," starring -i_..r__ /-•_.__:**-_ n.a.j TI_I TJ i „ .-,.... &f R-in DM On the arrangements committee for the Community Assembly are M. J. Kopelowitz, Chairman; Harry Boyell, Mrs. Benjamin Bronston, A. P. Gannes, Benjamin B. Goldman, Maurice Grossman, William Kesselman, Jack P. displays ineiuue mc junu LSISui uicnuiww UII<-'"J, """""B % %  •%  • %  • -------;--D „uu,„.„ tribution Committee. United Pal-1 Raymond Massey; at 6:30 P.M. | Marash, and Nathan Rothberg. EL II OUTLAW Und London (JTA) Members of I Part* a nti-Semitic Endek 122 a u nd "f the Paderewski tWu,m S Week indicated that Itinn V 1 HP s e immediate acCoL^ ,he Poli8h National IK i OI \ ,hc biu introduced W ; Ck L by tne Jew ish mem|thepMil he Coun cil requesting Idecrpl h pres,den t to issue a IS, makln anti-Jewish acV Sfense. propa K anda a %  %  Lr A !i !" dic : a iions point, howevlof' th. rfact thal "^ majority Imanri „ Lo unc| l intends to deVe lS U \ ck action on the measOosui H also contains a proP hat after the bill is adoptL Pol sh government take to achieve an internation?mi. ( mpnt for outlawing a'ntimism all over the wo ld *ne JPU.IBI, O i_ii-i Tho T u vtI ine woria. H th. o sh Socialist member fcerlr Coun cil. Dr. Emanuel Ins -* l nt on record vot lor ihL Ra rl n f l additional credits we fohsh cabinet. AUXILIARY AND POST MEMBERS WILL HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES Members of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, together with members of the Post, will con, vene at the Beth David Syna, gogue, Sunday afternoon, at 1:30, and from there proceed to the Woodlawp Cemetery, where they will hold memorial services for deceased veterans of this and previous wars. To keep faith with these heroic dead, they will rededicate themselves to intensive service on the home front, by way of the bond drive, the blood bank, the Red Cross, and servicemen's welfare and veteran's rehabilitation. MANY NEW MEMBERS IN M. B. ZIONIST DRIVE The Miami Beach Zionist Dis-' trict held its regular board of directors meeting at the home c ( President Shepard Broad Monday. May 29. Alex Van Straaten, chairman of the membership committee, reported that fortyfour new members had joined the Miami Beach Zionist DisMet of the Z. O. A. during the { month of May. Of equal importance was the fact that fifty per Cent of the delinquent members have paid their 1944 renewals. Matthew Silverstein. secretary Of the membership committee, followed with a pep talk pertain-1 ing to the campaign now in progress to add 1.000 new members to its roster, and emphasized tne i campaign slogan, "Zionist mem-1 bership is the duty of every American Jew." Mrs. Shepard Broad served re-, freshments at the conclusion of the meeting. SENATE PROPOSAL TO USE ELLIS ISLAND IS MADE BY SEN. GILLETTE Washington (JTA)-A resolution urging the U. S. government to provide a temporary haven, 01 refuge for Jews from Nazi Europe at Ellis Island and other sp^ial centers was '^reduced, in the senate this week by Sen. Guy Gillette of Iowa. Under his proposal the War Refugee Board would decide upon the groups to be provided with a haven on Ellis Island. PRESENTED HERE MS. AT 8 P.M. HEIMAN CHAIRMAN OF B'NAI B'RITH WAR BOND DRIVE ORGANIZATION Louis Heiman, immediate past president of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith has accepted the chairmanship for the organizations participation in the forthcoming Fifth War Loan campaign. This is the local lodge's fourth participation in the bond drives havThe Miami Zionist District will i n g successfully sold sufficient present a round table symposium bonds in bomber campaigns to Monday evening, June 5th at ( name three of theplanes. 8:00 P.M. at the Beth David Syna[ ^'^ ^&^ C gogue. The public is invited to comm ittee to formulate plans to attend and hear the discussion enable the group to exceed about Zionism in Palestine, a! previous records topic on the lips of important The last drive-sold over $2£00.statesmen throughout the coun-! 000 in bonds through the organ try and the subject of articles izations efforts Pledging to serve •inrt dehates dailv on the committee to date are Joe and deDaus oaiiy. Lipton, Nat Blumberg, Ed LovTopics and participants on "*"£ Mrg gam B Mi „ er Monday evenings round table "; d Mrs So i Goldstrom. Mrs. inrlnrfi. finnera Zionist DOint of """ d ." u „:__„_.„;_ w„. Rr,th OTHERS RECEIVE Washington, (JTA)—The establishment of a "Hebrew Committee for National Liberation" which will apply to the Allied powers for the same degree of recognition now accorded to other committees of liberation in exile, was announced by the seven initial members of the committee in an unfurnished 30 room mansion on Massachusetts Avenue's "Embassy Row" outside of which flew the blue-and-white Zionist flag. The new group, spokesmen emphasized, considers itself "the temporary trustee of Hebrew national interests" and claims to represent the Jews of Palestine and of Europe. Its aim is "to redeem Hebrew national sovereignty." It will be financed by floating bonds to be repaid within ten years by the Free Palestine Government which will be established as result of the committee's efforts, Peter H. Bergson, head of the new organization, said. He expressed hope that $1,000,000,000 could be raised. The group has already spent S63.000 to purchase their "embassy," he said. The Helvrw Committee for National Liberation, it was announced at the press conference, will be led by Peter H. Bergson, who was also the organizer of the Committee for a Jewish Army of Stateless and Palestinian Jews and of the Emergency Committee to Save the Jewish People of Europe. In a statement outlinI ing its aims it said that it had i been organized to obtain recogi nition of the Hebrew people of | Europe and Palestine as a sovi ereign nation with the right of i self-determination. It will seek representation in the councils of the United Nations and will demand the right for a Hebrew Army to fight on an equal footing with other United Nation armies against the Axis. "While the Hebrew Committee oS National Liberation will not press the settlement of political and boundary problems of Palestine until the end of hostilities, it will insist however on the immediate opening of Palestine to all Hebrews who can include General Zionist point of ;. Borenstein, Nat Roth, view by Dr. Lipkind; Mizrachi. Ma\i?ico Gerstein, Harry Gerinclude General Zionist point of view by Dr. Lipkind; Mizrachi ----Gerstein> point of view (Orthodox ZionMjl Friedman William ism) by Rabbi Moses Meschel\ g""'^ 1 and Fred S hochet. off; Poalli Zionism (Labor point siiverm an wa of view) by Abraham Gannes; WPtT c pr pa*?FD WITH Extreme Orthodox point of View | WEIL lb FLL^tUVVlin (Agudath Israel) by Rabbi JosPROGRESS OF DRIVE eph Rackovsky, Extreme Reform_._„ .. op w pTJMT)S ed point of view by Herbert U. rUK U. < -T !" ** %  %  %  Feibelman and extreme labor i point of view by Charles Malaj Pleased with the l gWL* koff. Harry Simonhoff, president the University of Miami $l.WO,of the organization, will serve as 000 expansion fund drive to date, moderator. A question and ansBruno Weil, general chairman, wer period will follow the disi stressed the importance of cocussions operation by Dade countians. He "This affair is one of a series of -{^^Vc^fy S^n &mvg&& j $ Sew Zionist cause and progra m. | Kress oynt g ^ ^ PROCLAIM PRAYER DAY I ££%?& JLOSSITS IN PALESTINE FOR ALL'raised locally, the University of • %  Mr rTTpriDriN TFWRY I Miami well may be a $25,000,OF EUROPEAN JfcWlll! 0 (K) inst i tut i on within 10 years. t colDTO „TA)-A dav of He also said that although the The day will be marked by a niversity wi n be welcomed as country-wide rally to be held subscr iber. Weil said. ^ S 'nnd^o^sentaUveT of I The movement is aimed to SHrSSH tnjasvias% c (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) i&nuiuiE TRACES OF THEIR non-war plants will close down at 2 p. m. and prayers will be held in all synagogues at o'clock. versity of Miami an outstanding cultural and educational center. Ten donors Saturday gave $10,000 cash each. Zurich (JTA) — German authorities in occupied Poland are now engaged in eradicating all traces of their mass-executions of Jews, it was reliably reported here this week. Acting on instructions from Berlin, German administrators throughout Poland have ordered the exhumation of the bodies of Jews from mass-graves and the burning of these bodies so as to leave no trace of their crimes. In the meantime, the German administration in Vilna is "liquidating" the last 500 Jews who have been left alive there, so that no witness will be left to testify as to the mass-killing of Jews in that city, the report added. Details received here from Poland on the resistance offered by Jews in the extermination camp of Treblinka reveal that no less than 10,000 Jews perished in the revolt which started when the Nazis ordered the "complete liquidation" of all Jewish internees in the camp. I i I



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4' PAGE TWO vjmistncrldiari FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944 Prominent Communal and Civic Leader is to Be June Bride of Well Known Miami Business Man Culminating a series of social events tendered in honor of her approaching marriage, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort will become the bride of Harry Gordon, Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p. m. Scene of the ceremony will be the Beth David Congregation with Rabbi Max Shapiro, close friend of both families, uniting the long time residents in marriage. The daughter of the late Louis J. Hartz and Mrs. Ida Hartz, Mrs. Rotfort is prominent in communal activities of the community, having served as president of the Fifth District B'nai B'rith Ladies Auxiliary, and was the organizer and president of the local auxiliary. She served the Junior Hadassah and Beth David Sisterhood as president in addition to occupying a key position in the Wometco Theatre chain. Mr. Gordon, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon, is well known in the city and serves as a member of the board of Beth David, Miami's pioneer congregation. He operates the Gordon Funeral Home. The bride will be given in marriage by her mother and Louis Heiman with Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, matron of honor. Irvin Gordon, brother of the groom, will be best man. No invitations will be issued and friends of both families are invited to be present at the ceremony and at a reception in the patio immediately following. The couple will leave that evening for a wedding trip that will include visits to Macon and Atlanta, Georgia, New York and Niagara Falls. Announcement has been made that Miss Charl-ite Amidon. 14year-old oboist with the University of Miami Symphony orchestra is one of the three winners of scholarships to Intcrlochen, Mich. Returning to the city this week after a business trip in the north, was W. D. Singer. TIER THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fri. and Mat. Only Sat. June 2-3 // "The Whistler RICHARD DIX J. CARROL NAISH GLORIA STUART • • • Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Tues., June 3-6 EDWARD G. ROBINSON VICTOR McLAGLEN IN Home spending a four weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein, 1568 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, is Nurse Cadet lima S. Silverstein of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Miss Silverstein, a graduate of Miami Beach High School, attended the University of Miami and Florida State College for Women, where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. After her vacation, Miss Silverstein will return to Johns Hopkins Hospital for her third and final year of training. Upon completion she will enter the Army Nurse Corps. MISS ROSE PUCHKOFF TO MARRYON JUNE 4 Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Puchoff, 1550 S. W. 16th Street, of the approaching marriage of their daughter, Rose, to Herman Felc man, of Philadelphia. The wedding will take place at Beth David Congregation on June 4tli at 5 o'clock with Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky officiating. A reception will foilow at the Versailles Hotel. No formal invitations are being issued to the wedding but friends are invited to attend. Baccalaureate service for the 18th annual commencement exercises of Miami Beach Senior High school were held last Thursday with Rabbi Irving Lehman, of Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, as the main speaker. Miss Ester Argintai. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintai; 1542 N. W. 2nd Street, has returned from Tallahassee where she completed her first year as a student at the Florida State College for Women. Miss Argintar is a Delta Phi Epsilon. Miss Shirley Bernstein is at home for the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. living Bernstein. Miss Bernstein is a student at the Florida State College for Women. Tallahassee. Engagement Announced of Young Lady \Hftfa Wide Popularity Among City's Junior Groups The engagement of Miss Elyse B. Newman to Mr. Seymour Gladstone is being announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs., Myron M. Newman. Miss New1 man's betrothal to Mr. Gladstone, son of Mrs. Jennie Gladstone, will be celebrated with an open house for friends Sunday, June 4th, at the Newman residence, 2010 S. W. 17th Street, Miami, from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. Miss Newman attended Miami Senior High School and is active in the Junior groups of the city. Mr. Gladstone attended the university at Chattanooga, and is at present an aviation machinist's mate, second class, U.S.N.. and is stationed at Banana River, Florida. The date for the wedding has not been announced. Monte Selig returned to the city from a business trip. BRIS // // TAMPICO WITH LYNN BARI MONA MARIS EXTRA! "UNDERGROUND REPORT" Captured Nazi Films in the new "MARCH OF TIME" The bris milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman, 1359 S. W. Twelfth Street, took place Tuesday afternoon With Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Rabbi Machtei also officiated at St. Francis Hospital Wednesday at the bris of the son of Warrant Officer and Mrs. David Carmel, 1425 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno, 744 Michigan Avenue, will leave Sunday for a month's vacation in Canada. They will stop in Washington, Lakewood and New York to visit friends and relatives. Allan T. Abess, president of the Lincoln Road Merchants Association, is now at his home. 1600 Michigan Avenue, following an operation. After spending ten days in Hot Springs, Ark., Mrs. George Gcrson. 2(i0l S. W. Sixth Street, has returned home. She visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schonfeld of this city. Bernard S. Feiner left Monday for a month's vacation in New York and the New England states. SLENDERIZE AT SLENDERIZING SALON 1107 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-1313 WITH THE CONTOUROLLER Slim down your hips and thighs with little or no effort so you can comfortably wear the smart 44 trim skirt VAPOR CABINETS and MASSAGES Mrs. Carl Weinklc is leaving this week for an extended vacation. She will visit with relatives in Atlanta and her son at Chapel Hill. N. C. where he is stationed. From there, she will spend some time in the north. Keep on buying War Bonds. Alka-Seltzer H AVE you tried Alk-Se.tmrr for Gftfl • %  Stomach. Soar Stomach, "Morning A fur" and Cold DUtroooT If not, why not? Pleasant, prompt in action, effectivo. Thirty crad and Sixty ecnU. M,1V. NERVINE F OR relief from Functional NcrToiui DUturbmncca auch as SleepiManaaa. Crankiataa. EicrUbtlitj, Nirtooi Baadacha and Narveoa ladiaration. Tablata 1S and 74. Liquid ltd and SI.0. Read diraoUona and uaa only aa directed. ANTIPAIN PILLtw^ 1 SINGLE Dr. Mile. Anti-* %  Pain Pill often relieve* Headache, Maacalar I'imi •r Functional Monthly Paine —J. for 2S, 126 forfl.M. Got them at yonr drug %  tor*. Read direction* and ate only u dh 'A ^tt^M^^ffi^aMMfflOT 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 'VTWgggWSfii ZY~277WW7WYVWY"'',<_ 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 $325 season (July and August). Write MRS. A P CANNES 1121 8th STREET. MIAMI BEACH Tuaml for REST CONVALESCENCE OJCHRONICCASES J Sun-RqyPark ealth Resort ft NO FOR SOOKUtC Ml AMI • W FI. ci 'P ot lO'-COUST-riORIDA When You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479 Dependable, Conscientious Service Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Broad announce the marriage of their daughter Helen to Lt. Earle Hamilton. Reverend and Mrs. Joseph Malek. former Miami residents announce the marriage of their daughter Eileen to Private Irving Coopcrman on May 10th. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene, 1698 S. W. 20th Street, left Thursday for a three month's vacation with their family in New York and Belle Harbor. Miss Rose Blank and Miss Helaine Gamsee will leave Wednesday for an extended vacation through the north and west coast. CHERTKOF HAS OFFICE IN OLYMPIA BUILDING George Chertkof, formerly associated with Abe Aronovitz, announces the opening of his offices for the continued practice of law in the Olympia building. Mr. Chertkof, actively affiliated with a number of Jewish organizations here, has been practicing law for many years and now has opened his own suite of offices to accommodate his growing practice. LADIES AUXILIARY TO HAVE ANNUAL PICNIC The Ladies Auxiliary of Schaarei Zedek Congregation announces their annual Sunday School picnic to be held June 4th at Mattheson Hammock. Mrs. Sam Miller is in charge of arrangements. A prize will be awarded for the best atendance record at Hebrew and Sunday School, and a prize for the best scholastic work. The Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor a bingo party at the Miami Y, 1567 S. W. 5th St.. at 8 p. m., Wednesday, June 7. Proceeds from this affair will go for the Talmud Torah. Hostesses for the evening will include Mrs. Ed Moss and her committee. PIONEER WOMEN WILL HOLD PARTY JUNE 8TH For Victory—Buy and keep on buying bonds! PESTERED BY PESTS? Phone 5-4353 APEX PEST CONTROL SERVICE 824 First St., Miami Beach 16 Years in General Exterminating Experience Atotti* 0totlux* Your Complett Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami A card, mah jong and bingo party will be sponsored by the Pioneer Womens' Organization. Miami Beach Chapter for the benefit of the Child Rescue Fund of Palestine at the Workmens' Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Thursday, June 8th. at 8:00 p. m. Refreshments will be served. AMITY GROUP HOLDS MEETING ON TUESDAY The regular meeting of the Amity Group of young women of B'nai B'rith was held at the Y. M. & W. H. A., 1 Lincoln Rd. Tuesday, May 30th, with election of officers taking place. Those elected were: president, Ethel Pont: first vice president. Betty Sir; second vice president. Dorothy Epstein; treasurer. Sue Berger; recording secretly. Edith Polonsky; corresponding secretary, Paula Horowitz. Seven board members chosen arc: Dinah Jaffee, Toby Stepkin. Gertrude Grapman, Minnie Freedman. Rosalind Friedman, Boa Keppler and Edele Statland. Two delegates chosen to attend the District Convention in Atlanta are Ethel Pont and Betty &ir. Mrs. Harry Oliphant is a patient at the Jackson Memorial Hospital where she is recuperating from an operation. MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 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 Buy a Rod and Reel AND RELAX Far Your Haalth and Pleaaura SHRIBER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP 517 Wilt AN. M. B. Ph. S-1123 OPEN EVENINGS FUNERAL HOME PHONE 9-2664 "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" Q OCCJ •'& roirirn TM <.^ n „ A FRIEND IN NEED" 2008 W. FLAGLER HIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM last N. W. TtH St. **• %  "" Baat ear* far ohronlo alck. tg~ •••cant and SMSffr 2"£Z„ •ANSL •. M. O.. Olraewr P.aaonabla Prleaa _Lara %  —


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f^AY-JUNE^ 1944 Our Legal Right to Palestine +Jew! sti Meridian PAGE THREE B Dr. M. A. Lipkind ^a^entZ.oniStrnass^eet.. A, he [legality of the Jewish t„to Palestine was presented ST? leading Zionist, a member ?,hete5al Profession The eviIS he produced was based enS on our historical connecn with Palestine, a point of ft reJognized by the Christian v ZM but to validate a claim. 2? must produce legal docuSSits S'K-d. sealed and record"i Are there any documentary Sdence to legalize our claim YES' Such evidence was presented "at the hearings held by S" Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representaves to consider the WrightSmpton Resolution. This resolution advocates free entry o jews into Palestine for the full opportunity of colonization so that they may ultimately reconstitute that country as a free and Democratic Jewish Commonwealth. The case in favor of the uassage of the resolution presented by the Zionist's is based upon the conviction that from the historical, legal, political and humanitarian point of view Palestine should be opened to immigration and the ultimate establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth. A digest of our legal claims only, will be given here. The legal justification for a Jewish State in Palestine rests upon a series of documents. The tirst is the Balfour Declaration of 1917. There is definite evidence to prove that the Zionists formal negotiations with the British Government was the culmination of informal conversations on the establishment of the Homeland which has been carried on for some years previously. Similar negotiations with the French and Italian Governments followed. President Wilson's approval of the text of the Balfour Declaration had been obtained prior to its publication. Sir Mark Sykes and Col. T. E. Laurence, both friends of Arab freedom, took part in the discussions and approved the Declaration. The Declaration was in the form of a letter from Lord Balfour to Lord Rothschild and read in part: I PFAl GOOD TREAT with milk and bv• ragtt ... taladt, toupi and ditttrtftl INVISIBLE IS COMING TO TOWN! WATCH THIS NEWSPAPER! His Majesty's Government view with favor the establishment in Palestine of a National Home for the Jewish People, and will use their best endeavors to facilitate the achievement of this object In the years since the Declaration was issued, questions have arisen as to its proper interpretation. In 1937 the alestine Royal Commission after examining the records and hearing the testimony of the British statesmen issued a report containing the following findings: "... President Wilson said on March 3rd, 1919 — "I am persuaded that the Allied Nations with the concurrence of our own Government and People are agreed that in Palestine shall be laid the foundation of a Jewish Commonwealth." General Smuts said on Nov. 3rd, 1919 — "In generations to come a great Jewish State rising in Palestine once more." Representative John W. McCormack, majority leader of the ; House, cited at the hearing a I statement made by Winston Churchill in 1920—"If, as may well happen, there should be created in our own lifetime by the banks of the Jordan a Jewish State under the protection of the British Crown which might comprise three or four millions of Jews, an event will have occurred in the history of the world which would from every point of view be beneficial, and would be especially in harmony with the truest interests of the British Empire." In 1937 Lord Harlech, official British representative stated before Permanent Mandates Commission that "the establishment of an independent sovereign Jewish State certainly was the conception in Lord Balfour's mind." The mandate for Palestine was given to Great Britain on April 25th, 1920, and approved by the Council of the League of Nations in July 1922. The Mandate, an International instrument, validated by fifty-two nations expressly recognizes the "Historical connection of the Jewish People with Palestine," and "the grounds for reconstituting there, their National Home." The other legal bases of the Zionist position arise out of American interest and participation in the Palestine situation. The first is, the joint resolution sponsored by Representative Hamilton Fish and Senator Henry Cabot Lodge in favor of the n-affirmation and clarification of the original intent of the Balfour Declaration. The resolution was adopted by both houses of Commons and signed by President Harding in June 1922. The second legal basis is the treaty between the United States and Great Britain in 1925; Article 2 incorporates the Balfour Declaration, and article 7 states that no modification of the Mandate %  hall be made without the assent of the United States. Zionist's claim that all WhitePapers and subsequent acts of the British Colonial Administration in Palestine have been contrary to the rules of International Law, since the consent of the other contracting parties to the changes had not been asked ( nor received. The British claim that the original intent of the Balfour Declaration has been accomplished—a National Home has been established for the Jews in Palestine. The Zionist's point out that the original intent was that a Jewish Commonwealth be reconstituted in Palestine, and that the present legislation was a unilateral breach of a legal contract, not agreed to by the Permanent Mandates Commission of the League or by the United States. Opponents of the Resolution failed to weaken our case. The Jewish Anti-Zionist's dwelt primarily on the menace of the Jewish Commonwealth as a theocratic state, but made no attempt to deny our legal right. The Arab opponents had no valid arguments against the Jewish legal rights to Palestine. ABESS ELECTED PRESIDENT NATIONAL ACCOUNTANTS Leonard L. Abess, member of the Miami accounting firm of Abess and Costar. was elected as president of the Florida Institute of Accountants last Saturday during the organization s meeting at Tampa. Abess. who has been a member of the Florida group since 1935, is a member of the American Institute of Accountants. Face Facts By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation Leaque Some vagrant facts from a cluttered desk:— Lizzie Dilling, one of the 29 defendants on trial in Washington, D. C, for sedition, makes your Director the object of an attack in the May issue of her publication, "The Patriotic Research Bulletin." She doesn't have many kind words either for the "very active office the AntiDefamation League maintains in Miami." B'nai B'rith's ADL. she charges, is the instigator of the indictments pending against her and her co-defendants Sigm u n d Livingston, venerable chairman of ADL, made his usual excellent and comprehensive report to the B'nai B'rith tri-annual national convention held this month in New York City. Both Livingston and Dick Gutstadt, executive director of the League, were commended by President Monsky for the splendid accomplishments of the League Justice Frank Murphy's address "Anti-Semitism Is an Un-American and Un-Christian Principle," was one of the convention highlights. It was rebroadcast locally over WFTL. The speech was reprinted in the Congressional record by Senator Gillette. We have some extra copies available at this office which you may have for the asking Incidentally, Livingston's latest book, "Must Men Hate" will be off the j presses June 14th. You may order a copy through this office j Among the pleasant memor1st of my recent jaunt through | Florida was a day spent with Rabbi Morris Skop of Orlando. Rabbi Skop is a forceful individual with a keen appreciation of the problems facing us today. He has done a swell job building good interfaith relations in his city Another splendid worker in this field is Louis Cohen of St. Petersburg. One project undertaken under his guidance and with Rabbi Wilner's advice and assistance was mentioned as being outstanding at the national convention. Another project undertaken very recently dramatized for the community of St. Petersburg .the fact that over 16 per cent of the local Jewish population is enrolled in the Armed Forces, just about double the average for the population of the United States Our arbitration panel continues to fuction quietly but effectively. Through our new procedure we attempt to settle cases by individual conference before referring them to the panel The recent Clergy Institute has evoked nation-wide interest. The Anglo-Jewish press of both the United States and Canada have featured it. The Institute was likewise the subject of a release by the Religious News Service and the story has been carried in scores of Protestant and Catholic publications. OELKERSTBELIEVES HIS IDEAS CONSTRUCTIVE Legislative proposals of Rich( ard Oelkers. jr., Democratic nom( inee for group 2 seat in the Florida legislature, were not made as "vote-catchers," he said in a statement issued after the second primary results were known. "I believe my program was the most constructive offered in the campaign, and I shall endeavor to carry it out to the letter, regarding it as a mandate from the people who supported me," Oelkers said. "I want to thank everyone who assisted in my campaign in any way," he said. "I realize that, had it not been for the loyal and tireless efforts of my friends, 1 would not have been elected. I intend to serve all the people of Dade county, in particular, and the state of Florida as a whole, unselfishily, constructively and to the best of my ability. I realize I am a representative of all the people of Dade county, those who supported me and those who did not, and I intend to serve them faithfully/" United States War Bonds are still the best investment MRS. SELIG APPOINTED TO NEW COMMITTEE Announcement has been made of the appointment of Mrs. Monte Selig, retiring president of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women, to the national committee of the Service to the Foreign Born project. Mrs. Harry Barnnard has been appointed to serve on the national committee on International Relations and Peace. Officers of the Miami section for the coming year are Mrs. Nathaniel L. Williams, president; Mrs. Morris Alpert, first vice president; Mrs. David Phillips, second vice president; Mrs. Irving Kobley, third vice president; Mrs. David Honoroff, financial secretary. Mrs. Stuart Gordon, assistant financial secretary: Mrs. Herman Wepman, recording secretary; Mrs. Al Green, corresponding secretary; Miss Edna Heller, treasurer; Mrs. Sam Luby, auditor; Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Stanley Myers and Mrs. Sam Blank have been appointed for three-year terms on the board of directors, and Mrs. Jeanette Good has been appointed for one year. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. ANNOUNCEMENT TO OUR PATRONS ON JUNE 1st The Original OwnershipManagement of the CHARLES HOTEL 1745 Collins Ave., M.B. Resumes year round operation with well known superb service—under the supervision oi SAMUEL G. BAST Managing Director JUST RECEIVED— 25,000 Used Records 1 OC ea $1.00 Per Dozen Decca Victor Columbia DIXIE RECORD EXCHANGE 701 N. MIAMI AVE. No Phone Orders COME EARLY! OBITUARIES ABRAHAM PILKUS Abraham Pilkus, 40, retired salesman, who came here froA New York four years ago, died Tuesday in a local hospital. He resided at 1136 S. W. 6th St.. and is survived by his wife, Tillie; a son, Bennett L., and a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Baumoehl. both of Miami; two sisters residing in New Rochelle, N. Y., and three brothers. Services were held in the Gordon Funeral home chapel, with Rabbi Rackovsky officiating. MORRIS MAHGOLIS Morris Margolis, 64, 64 N. W. 28th St., died Tuesday in a local hospital. His wife, Sara, three sons and a daughter survive. The body was sent to Philadelphia by the Gordon Funeral home. MRS. FANNIE BECK Mrs. Fannie Beck, mother of Henry L. GreenC 312 S. E. First Ave., and a Miami Beach winter visitor for 15 years, died Monday at her home in Brooklyn. She formerly resided at 260 Euclid Avenue. SAMUEL ZEITLIN Samuel Zeitlih, 73, died Monday at his home, 2420 Flamingo Drive. He came here six years ago from New York. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Anna Zeitlin; two daughters, Mrs. Abraham Bciser and Mrs. Howard Rothenberg. and two sons, Leo and Alexander, all of Miami Beach. The body was sent to "New York by Riverside Memorial chapel. MARK ROSENTHAL Mark Rosenthal, 51, died Thursday at his home, 827 S. W. Second Ave. He came here 19 years ago from Cincinnati, O. Surviving are one brother, Walter, and one sister, Miss Nellie Rosenthal. both of Miami. The body was sent to Cincinnati following services Friday in Palmer Funeral chapel. A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS •336 Washington Ave. Miami Beach In New York 76th 51. & A.xiiti Jam Ave 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT Spend Your Summer Vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains OSCEOLA LAKE INN Hendersonville, N. C. Jewish American Cuisine Reasonable Rates Very Convenient Connections by Bus and Train Direct to Hendersonville Under the Management of Joe Rubin Hotel Operator oi Miami Beach. Fla. 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PAGE FOUR The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 2, 1944 SIVAN 11, 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 22 9-JewisiincrkUan OF IS TO PUBLIC (CONTINUED FHOM PAQE 1) Nominations f"t Del< BHtea ;>t Lars* (75 Including active officer*) Leonard !.. Abeas, Rudy R. Adler, Man w Alpert. Jack Aufunt, net Beri man. Sam uiniik. Harry Itlumin. Harry Boyell, Benjamin E. llronaton, Mi II, B. itr.msii.il. George Chertkor. JacK Dublnxky, IIUHK Krankel. Samuel N. KYIedlanil, (Jeorjce Goldberg". Hpi c.ililsi.i.m. Stuarl 'ii.iiii'ii. IJOUW HeiMi..n. MiAda Joseph. Albert '};<'";• Itenjnmln E Kane, Hnm Katl, M J. Kopelowits, Mrs. Moaes Krteicer. Abe Lachman, Ham 8 Lavlne, Sidney Uercourt, ltiiii>i Irving Lehrman. I Levin, Mr.-. I'.iiij imln l ;"'S,. IV I .!;,'X"'MI'service rendered and the results obtained for the community JS?"*f ^"f' K sh:,, 1 '" f // Ky'm'L I RhOChet, Harry Slmonhoil. WiIINim have oft-times been evaluated with conflicting answers and '• singer, Hai sn-kln. Mra. Milton %  | Hlrkln, Benjamin Slote, l.t Col Elrj opinions. Sunday those interested, and all communal minded citzenry should be. will have the opportunity to see and hear a report of some of the work of these agencies. Sunday's affair will not detail all the inner workings of these groups, but a broad view. A gracious public attendance will show proof of an interest and desire by a greater segment of the community, other than the few workers of each organization. A large attendance will make this first Assembly a fore' X i',,'h.i.''ff. D?' Hernwn '.u.'' %  ''.' M \f runner of larqer, more detailed and qreater presentations in uYi n *. ?i l i!' l f. r, ,, Mr S.i HRn uel J? M '' w 3 f Mrs I. III;. ii i, Mills, B .Mm. Hi', IT, the future. It is incumbent that we turn out Sunday afternoon M £? rry i Dn ,S nt A „ Pe ll 1 01 '' %  '" %  *-! %  •• Rose, Dr. Albert E Rosenthal, at 2:30 in large numbers and participate with our attendance Mj ,: ""',, "V 1 ,','"'".', s ''!'"" %  '" s r tr Kelevnn, Rabbi Mix Shapiro, Ben 811in the series of events that will culminate in the election of Fed>'?!; M?" S 'J. V '''' %  .. M !', s Samuel Simonhoff, Mrs. Nat Williams. N.il Zalka, eration officers to lead this major organization for the com-,'-"" 1 zinti A short meeting of the newly -TIDBITS FROM fJthidtfy QorifidenUaJt -By PHINEAS J. BIRONBtone*, Rabbi Jacob Tarshlsh, Herman Wall. Bruno u %  II, Mrs Edward .1 W.in.-i.-iii. ll.iiM D win. George Wolpert, Harrj Zuckeri rhaplain Colman Zwltman* •In Bel \ Ice, Orgnlxatlonal Delegates aelerted bj tin ir respe. tlv< Leo Ackei man. Abe Aion. 1 %  Berow, Mrs Mark Davl Mrs Gertrude Raber, Jerome Preehllnc Mill. 'ii Friedman, Islilore fSoldstein, M Maxwell llMiian. Di Jacob II II. I. •• %  HI Kaplan. Mrs I ; %  K.iui m in. Mri [r\ Ing I., in man, s. ing year. elected officers and hoard will take place following the business meeting. There will be no solicitation of funds at the meeting. r FREE PORTS Persistent rumors come from Washington that President Roosevelt i3 about to inaugurate a system of free ports for the temporary safe keeping, on American soil, of Nazi victims. These reports have as yet not been officially confirmed, but it would be no surprise if they were. Various important Jewish organizations, as well as important non-Jewish bodies, such as the American Federation of Labor, have appealed to the President for the creation of such free ports." Some have been slow in responding to the idea of free ports, saying that it smacks too much of an internment camp. The refugee would be confined to a certain set-apart zone, and his stay would be only for the duration. Free ports thus do notj manage to escape from Europe solve the permanent problem of the refugees, they are merely S^te^goar^^th^Heb a haven of escape. Committee of National LibcraYet such havens are much needed now and. had they been f '?, n pf, {h ^ablishment of a ,,,.,,,. 'V' "ratine with the Arab popestabhshed earlier, might have saved many thousands who ulation as partners in a demowere unable to obtain visas. and* 6 ith d c lvili S ed Palestine, The proposed creation of "free ports" seems to fall in line international Bumor1ty I ta con? with the pattern for energetic activity on behalf of the refugee IT", 1 % %  tll( ,,oly Places of all OTHERS BECEIIE (CONTINUED FROM PAQ£ 1) which the War Refugee Board, under the direction of John W. Pehle, has been mapping. Mr. Pehle has shown that he is prepared to leave no stone „ Tnc American League for a Free Palestine this week announced that it will convene a congress in September at which unturned to save every possible victim of Nazism who can be permanent officers of the league rescued. REFUGEE IS HERO OF TWO WORLD WARS In World War I. Richard Stern won the Iron Cross as a soldier in the German army. In World War II, Richard Stern again emerged as a hero—this tune as a Sergeant in the U. S. army who saved his company by persuading a Nazi machine gun crew on the Italian front to surrender to the American forces. When Sgt. Stern arrived in the United States in 1939 at a refugee from Hitlerism, funds provided by the. United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Oversas Neds and Palatine made it possible for the National Refugee Service to give him technical training and enable him to adjust himself to American life. To help other refugees, Sgt. Stern and his sisters have conducted auctions of silver religious objects in behalf of the 132,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal. Photos show (above Lett) Richard Stern as a soldier in the Kaiser's army in 1918 (above right) as a aergeant in the U. S. army in 1044. will be chosen. An interim executive committee was designated at the first formal meeting of the sponsoring committee of the league which was established to further the principles of the recently established 'Hebrew Committee of National Liberation which seeks a seat on the council of the United Nations and demands the formation of an independent Jewish army. Alex Wilf, a member of thc executive committee, was named executive director of the new organization. He announced that the league would launch a membership campaign and would seek iL m f' b K Z u American public opinion in behalf of its activities He claimed that the sponsoring committee now numbers 479 memThe American Zionist Emerel ency Council, which speaks f* f" major Zionist bodies in t mfnV n K lted / tates ^ued a state merit branding the new committee "a handful of young men who rnwi emptinK t0 P*n>etrate People h aX UP n the American OBNERAL. PAINTING ~~ CLHAN WORK DONP % BHar .racHANiee N J Sv£ WIST OR ^ TOO 8MAIJ. CONTRACT?)R FAINT ->T>; If Be answer. 2-glM OOJU *!-.. \V3GUST BROS Di£ M REMEMBER THIS Something to remember about Henry H. Klein, lew-baitin counsel for Eugene Sanctuary at the sedition trial in v5SS! ington, who introduced his anti-Semitic tirade with the stat ment "I am a Jew myself": He was never recognized as a lew until that day in court We predict that he may soon need a defense attorney himself Father Charles E. Coughlin who is supposed to have retired from active politics, is busier tha ever these days, organizing the Order of St. Sebastian This order is open only to men in military service, and is ]n. tended to become the spearhead of the Fascist movement in America Why doesn't somebody protest against the radio program of the Church of the Covenant of Dayton, Ohio? One of its principal broadcasters is Millard Joseph Flenner, who fulminated in support of the White Paper the other day j n another broadcast he said: "The main issue of our day is not the winning of the war, nor the winning of the peace ... The main issue facing us is the destruction of the hidden hand which has used gold to take peace from the earth, and hath given us depressions, bank failures, broken homes and the evil of its adulterous cup The hidden hand of the schemers beqan to show up in the Kingdom of judah." FLASH! It is reported that Assistant Secretary of State Stettinius back from London, says that Churchill assured him that the Jews wfll be given a sguare deal in Palestine, and that at the proper time the American and British Governments will make a statement ... To us it looks like partition Senora Flora Trujillo Viega, daughter of the President of the Dominican Republic and in her own right one of the country's most distinguished diplomats, is said to be making every effort to open her country's doors to a large number of Jewish refugees from Europe Phil Joseph, the eminent Canadian lawyer who defended the Palestinian Jews charged with gun-running, has now returned to Canada The Patriarch of the East, His Holiness Mar Shimon the 23rd, spiritual head of all the Assyrians, who now lives in New York, paid homage to Pierre van Paasen the other day The Patriarch, a young man in his thirties, asked Van Paasen to include the Assyrians in his plea for the forgotten allies of Great Britain THIS AND THAT Why, we have been asked, has the Jewish Publication Society not held any meetings for the last three years? ... The Russian War Relief has sent to the Soviet Union clothing and other textiles valued at $9,626,150.56 The Zionist Organization of America is looking for an executive secretary to replace Simon Schatzer, who is ailing ... Dr. Israel Schapiro, former head of the Department of Semitic Literature at the Library of Congress in Washington, now lives in California Since he retired his department is under the jurisdiction of the head of the Chinese Department, who knows neither Hebrew nor Arabic ... An important feature of the Tchaikovsky Museum now being restored at Klin, Russia (where the Nazis destroyed the original shririe), will be violinist Mischa Elman's famous collection of Tchaikovsky recordings, which he has presented to the Museum Hitler, declares Harry Hershfield, (to whom, by the way, restaurateur Arnold Reuben recently dedicated one of his most delicious sandwiches), is as worried about the Tides of May as Caesar was about the Ides of March FAME .... Leonard Lyons insists it's true that when Hedy Lamarr recently visited the Stage Door Canteen she asked that no announcement be made of her presence, and spent the evening talking and dancing with the boys just like all the other hostesses did And the nearest anyone came to recognizing her was one soldier, who told her, as they were dancing: "You know, if you were just a little better-looking you could almost pass for Hedy Lemarr" ABOUT PEOPLE Congratulations to the City of Boston for having the opportunity to celebrate Dr. Serge Koussevitzy's twenttieth anniversary as conductor of its Symphony Orchestra Ossip Dymow, the distinguished Russan-Jewish-American playwright and novelist, is on the mend after a major operation .... Kenneth McKenna of moviedom, son of the late painter Leo Mielziner and grandson of Dr. Moses Mielziner, is a Major in the Army now • Private Karl Shapiro, former Baltimorean winner of awards from the American Academy of Arts and the Simon Guggenheim Foundation for his poetry, is now versifying in New Guinea FOR THE NAME'S SAKE .... ihe news that Daniel (Burma Road) Arnstein and his wife are tiffing because the missus wants to change to a less Jewish-sounding moniker, while he prefers to keep the name he has made famous on three continents, recalls a story recently reported by Winchell ... It concerns a wealthy gentleman who was advised by his attorney to change his name frem, wy Kasselovitz to Kay "Under the Civil Rights act," said the lawyer, you have the right to change your name" ... But the client send he wouldn't do it "Because," he said, "I have a lot of relatives in Europe, and after the war I hope they'll *>e able to come to America ... 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BBAYjSi^Ji -JewisHlcrkflatr) PAGE FIVE £ f r* tpj It f X* ^ ? J Open your door and your heart to them W HO IS the Victory Volunteer? He (or she) is someone in your locality who has volunteered to work for the 5th War Loan Drive. One of these volunteers may call at your home or place of work soon— on the most important mission of the hour! In this 5th War Loan Drive, you're asked to go all-out with every dollar you can scrape up —for war expenditures are greater now than any time since Pearl Harbor. Double your extra War Bond investments. Whatever you do, buy at least one extra Bond now. Invest $100—$200 —$300-$400—more if you can. Yes, it's that important. The men who fought and bled and died for you haven't hesitated. Only by answering "yes" to the Victory Volunteer—only by investing to the limit—can you come at all close to matching their spirit. For their sake—and for your own _. future — open your door and VV.~ ^ your heart! eat,foryou^ dVictor y. ing. America w*" *v3>2? t," "^P* *l££i BacA tie JfacA/BUY MORE THAN BEFORE! Enlist Your Services in This All-Out Effort EMPIRE BAR & GRILL 101 N. E. 1st Avenue BISCAYNE LAUNDRY 23 11th Street—Phone 5-0254 CROMER WHOLESALE PlV\ 12 N %  %  *** Street JORGE'S HIPPODROME BAR & GRILL %  • E2nd Arenue at Flakier Street FIVE O'CLOCK CLUB Tr 211 22nd Street. Miami Beach iS? S R OADWAY DEL & REST. %  W Wahino*m Avenue. Miami 1 MAYFAIR CLUB >• Watt Flakier Street BALL & CHAIN BAR "U S. W. tth Street A. & B. PIPE & METAL CO. 500 N. W. 5th Street CLUB BALI 732 BUcavne Boulevard ALBURY & CO. Pier 1. Miami. Florida FROLIC CLUB 1306 N. E. Bavihore Place TWIN-CITY TRANSIT CO. Miami Beach McKESSON-GROOVER-STEWART 200 K. E. 11th Straat THE DECK BAR 717 Tilth Street. Miami Beech BILL JORDAN'S BAR OF MUSIC 427 22nd Straat Miami Beech DR. F. H. FISHER Complete Optical Service—922 Lincoln Rd.. M. B. VERSAILLES HOTEL 3425 Collins Are., M iami Beech CHECKER CAB Phone 5-3411 WINNIE'S LITTLE CLUB Never a Dull Moment—2211 Collins Are., M. B. HURRICANE CLUB 029 Biscavna Boulevard MELROSE PROPERTIES, INC. 3136 N. W. 27th Avenue TROPICAL COTTAGES lOtth Straat and Biacayae Boulevard DON LANNING'S TAVERN 7*0t Biacavne Boulevard r i : % 



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PAGE SIX +Je*lstncrldnan OZER APPOINTS AIDES FOR FIFTH LOAN DRIVE Max M. Ozer appointed Mayor John Levi, Sam Blank and John D. Montgomery as an advisory committee on the fifth war bond sale launched this week by the Miami Beach division of the Dade county war savings committee. Ozer, co-chairman of the Miami Beach division, said everything was getting fully organized for the $10,000,000 quota allotted to his committee. Samuel T. Sapiro is co-chairman with Ozer of the Beach division. R. R. Adler, active on the public relations and publicity work of the committee has $1,500,000 bonds to his personal credit alone in the last bond sale plus stamps. "It looks as though this fifth campaign is going to be our best and certainly it is going to be the most thoroughly organized." said Ozer. "I have never seen such a wonderful, spontaneuos response to anything." Sapiro said the campaign was tied in with the liberation invasion and overseas fighting. "The people seem to sense great things ahead," he said. To dramatize its $10,000,000 goul in the fifth war loan drive, the Miami Beach division of the Dade county war finance committee plans to equip a complete invasion unit. Ozer also announced the appointment of Dr. Maurice Klein and Mrs. Rose Weiss as vice chairman of the committee. Day Klein will form a sub-commit' tee from members of the Beach American Legion post, air raid wardens and the Washington Avenue Merchants' association, and Mrs. Weiss will represent the women's division of the American Jewish Congress, Dr. Louis G. Lytton will organize Miami Beach doctors. POWER COMPANY WILL "REDDY KILOWATT" If you were* selling electric service and wanted to show your customers a picture of what they were buying, what would you do? If it were any other product you'd take a picture of it and publish it in the newspapers, wouldn't you? But, you can't take a picture of electricity! Therefore, the Florida Power & Light Company has brought to town "Reddy Kilowatt" who is the symbol of electric service, and who will be the Sunshine Service representative of the company. His name is "Kilowatt." because it is the most widely used word used in electrical language and "Reddy" is his first name because it is well known that electric service is always ready for work. He is very unusual in appearance, and you'll have no trouble at all in identifying him with electricity. His head is globular, with a lamp-bulb nose, which makes you think at once of electric lighting. His ears look exactly like those very necessary parts of home equipment, wall sockets. His body, arms and legs are electric flashes. He wears rubber gloves and shoes, as a reminder that you can always use controlled electricity in your home with complete security for any job. Look for Reddy in the advertisements of the Florida Power & Light Company, in this paper. MOVING STORAGE HAULING I'arkinr • Crnllna • Shipping COLLINS TRANSPORT I TRADING, IN0. 132 V K, 1 1th St, l'bone 1-47S* i^^iL 1 GROSO SPANISH SCHOOL Conversational Native Teachers A Special 45-Hour Spanish Course CLASSES BEGINNING THIS WEEK Air Conditioned Free Trial Lessons 1101 Lincoln Road Bldg. Room 203 PHONE 5-3556 nru. fl* 1 01 Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME SGALLON R0TTLE ( 0c CASE OF SIX N TABLE BOTTLES 1 5c Plus Bot1l| Deposit PHONE 2-4128 At the Antilla Hotel 1108 Pone* 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 Inquiries Welcomed for Bndge Luncheons and Special Parties Phone 48-1714 NATHAN GINSBUFG'S ^lAfcft^Bl TRUE FARM FOOD 11// O RESTAURANT HRVBT 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Observed SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY 2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS Meals Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From 1 P. M. 8 A. M. OPEN EVERY DAY Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs Ho More, OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beer Pickled, Csoked and Smoked Meats 37tn and Normal Ave. Chicago "•""JgrSPi." Dear Parents: Public school is out and your children now have pWMj leisure time. For the nex three months your children will not be burdened with school work. Why not use this time to begin your children's Jewish education? Why not take advantage of the summer to increase their knowledge of Jewish tradition, of Hebrew, of the Bible, of Jewish history, of our home and synagogue observances, of our fellow Jews in other lands of the achievements in Palestine. Jewish education is essential for the spiritual and cultural welfare of your children. Whether your children will be happy with their Jewishness whether they can meet anti-Semitism with inner security, whether they can do their duty as Jews of tomorrow, depends upon their Jewish education. It is your duty to provide them with our heritage. The Hebrew schools of Greater Miami will be open all summer. A special and interesting summer curriculum has been prepared by your Hebrew school. Summer registration in the Beth David Hebrew school and the Miami Beach Jewish Center will take place on Monday, June 5th, and Tuesday. June 6th. We cannot urge you too strongly to consider your childj lens Jewish education and to give them a thorough background in Judaism. Register your child in your Hebrew school! Spread the word among your friends and urge them to register their children. With the sincere hope that you will take this message to heart, I am. Very truly yours, A. P. Gannes Executive Director of the Bureau of Jewish Education EXTRA TALENT NEEDED FOR ENTERTAINMENT LEGAL NOTICES Notice Is hereby Riven that the undiixlsned. ile*lrln|r to ensSBe In bugl„.-s, unrter the fictitious mm* of IIKIJ. CtK.KIB .SHOP at 2031 N W. 12th Ave., Miami, Florida. Intends to roister wild name In the office of the Ctsrk of the circuit Court of lde County. KMId;^ ( ANTQR Sole Owner I.K..N A KAPLAN Attorney f"r Applicant Notice I* hereby (riven that the underHlKned. deslrlns to ewraKe In business under the flctltlouH name or "PARI8 CKKATOKN OF OISTINfjPISHED NOVELTIES, Miami. VWIda. Intend t" rsftstsr said name In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Ootirt of I hide County. Florida. MAX STAtili JACQUELINE I>E SOLM1NIHAC CATHERINE: D KOLMINIHAC MILTON A FK1KDMAN Attorney for Applicants. 5/19-26 6/2-9-16 FRIDAY, JUNE 2 j J NOTICE 18 HERFItv ,.„^ =a ^l the undersigned. "^L 01 .^ ttj In business under the fi.?i.J Mfia.1 L^ IJ ,! ,0 i? "'; nVii;'!^5S coin Koad. Miami lu !" V 1 U n with the clerk of the .u 7 Mitel of Dade County. horUta *** '-'! JOE BRENNER MVKKS Pfe N UH, derslgned desiring to IV !" •*. nem under the fl. tiiumv n bu ROYAL moOPCTS V,; m ,\. at 2214 N. Miami Ave Mi.Jd] BfC, Ida. Intends to re K ls ,' £ ? m J' n *1 the office of the <-i.. k ,rf 'L n "' In Courtof.^.. ,-.,,,, [.,X C ^>| .i.\.vii..s \\. .;I..\SSKI: MILTON A. FRIEI.MAN"'" *' n r Attorney for Aiml:.;.,,, 5/19-26 8/2-9-16 *"""• %  Keep on buyin g~WarlionoVFlorida Sells $700,000,000 Worth of War Bonds Governor Holland Commends People of the State for Patriotism and Judgment The people of the State of Florida purchased $714,606,000 worth of War Bonds from June, 1941, when the campaign began in this State, to April 30, 1944, according to W. W. McEachern of St. Petersburg, chairman of the Florida War Finance Committee of the U. S. Treasury, in his annual report to the Florida Bankers Association of which he closed his term as president at the April convention in Jacksonville. "Citizens of Florida are giving an excellent demonstration of their patriotism and their good financial judgment in buying nearly threequarters of a billion dollars worth of War Bonds in the last three S ears," said Governor Spessard L. tolland, in his address to the Bankers Convention. "And this money," added the Governor, "will prove to be a solid bulwark for our people in the difficult readjustment period following ida are buying an average of SlO. 1 000,000 worth of War Bonds each I month in addition to the large sala in each War Loan drive. Florida's record in the four Wu Loans conducted to date is thorn in the following figures: War Loan Quota SaUt 1st S 72,419 009 2nd $ 45,085,000 97,407600 3rd 117,000,000 158,746,000 4th 121,000,000 161,628,000 Florida's quota in the 6th W' Loan, June 12 to July 8, is $137.' 000,000 and the Florida War FP nance Committee, while recognizing the difficulty in reaching such a high quota during the summer months, has set up a well organized campaign in every county of the state and Chairman McEachern has expressed confidence in the patriotic fervor of the people of, this State, their ability and deter-! mination to do the job well, and has Miss Ruth Brotman who has l(i n presenting musical programs' and entertainment to the hospitalized service men in this area, is seeking additional talent t complete these presentations. The closing of the season has created a scarcity of professional j and night club entertainers. Vi-1 olinists. accordionists, rhumba : dancers, are among the talent needed to keep those programs' going. Special emphasis is be' ing placed upon the series of I programs Miss Brotman is at | pn senl giving in the military hospitals m this ana for mental cases. The government (.'..found these programs have done much to rehabilitate members of the armed services in this condition v Miss Brotman may be contacted'at 5-3042. SUBSCRIPTIONS BY MMVKXJALS TO 4 m WAR LOAM Psretnl of Quoto Reached In Eoen SWt The Fifth War Loan in Bonds will be inaugurated June 12, and conclude on July 8. Let's get ready for the thrill of putting it over the top quickly. UMNO ]8S% fo99X \nS%mnnr SUBSCRIPT!::: By INDIVIDUALS. O THER THAN SER.LS E. IN A'" WAR LOAN Ptrctnt of Qjola Rcachod in Each Slot* IfYouHadMYJOB K EEPING HOUSE, helping take care of the family—you would realise that business girls are not the only ones who sometimes get Headache and Tired Aching Muscles. We home girls often work just as hard and have just as many Headaches, just as many Stomach Upsets and get just as Tired. About a year ago, I first used ALKA-SELTZER I find that it eases my Aching Head, takes the kinks out of Tired, Aching Muscles and brings relief when I have Acid Indigestion. The family says I am a lot easier to live with since I have known about Alka-Seltzer. 7??i/\ tri '? AL KA-SELTBsWT If not, why don't you get a package today? Large package 60*. Small packaga 30, also by the glass at Soda Fountains. Wk'00\HK4% this World War." Governor Holland is the honorary chairman of the Florida War Finance Committee. John L. Fahs, of Jacksonville, Collector of Internal Revenue and vice-chairman of the Florida War Finance Committee, announced this week that Florida led the United States in the sale of War Bonds and called attention to the two maps issued by the U. S. Treasury Department indicating that in the total subscription by individuals in the 4th War Loan, the people of the country bought 97% of their quota and Florida folks purchased %  iK. Xo lead the United States with North Dakota as second high with 139%. %  "In subscriptions by Individuals other than Series 'E' bonds the country bought 85% of its quota but Florida led the nation also in larVf Ia8 ." ,fic tion with • word of 186%, with Oregon as second highest with 182%,' r added Mr. FahsT The people of the State of Florgiven a theme for the campaign_ln the title of the stirring song Did It Before and We Can Do a Again." rr t,k Executive Manager Karl I* mann is this week completing* tour of the State which has rescMJ every county in Florida s |nce / 1 *' 1. He was assisted in some of "• counties by the Director and A* ciate Director of *!**£*££ Robert H. Giedd of St. Peteri*"* Ralph L. Markham of J**S$3 Director of Administration Kf Bagwell of Sanford, and W eleven Regional Managers ol State. vicechairman McEachern, Chairman Fahs, Executive WJ ger Karl Lehmann, Banking Investment Director P'""'^ en's Division Director Mrs. 1 nur ton Roberts of Jacksonville. r roll Savings Director Robert Giedd and other offlcmIs ^ duct conferences in the gfJE^s* of the state beginning Wednesw May 81, at Orlando.



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1944 *Jewistr/cri(fiari PAGE SEVEN G ^^'^J!^T^ B C0 ^ MITTEE %  b G !" < MUnnl Jewish Federation Help U. Keep | Record of Our Men in Service ^ P* ^.ri I Schwarti. a member R M,.tenant Marine, is now 0, i w h.Y sixth trip overseas. makin,! JM twice to Africa, to ttSSPw Indie Sicily. &, ind Russia. He has S r 'rf.fnT since AUK%M N. fr. 1st Street nm Singer, son of Mr. and ifcW. D. Sin K er of Miami made OCS. this week and reports to Abiricen. Maryland where he is | JSI to the Army Ordnance Division. ^^^ crqeant Ike Gordon, son of Mr and Mrs. E. Gordon has been inferred from Camp Murphy I |o Ft. Bcnniny. Georgia. A telegram was received here this week by the parents of Herbert Glazerof ol finally confirmed his death in action at Italy. Previously the parents had been informed that their son was miss| inn in action. I Recently commissioned a secend lieutenant at graduation exercises at Cram Field, Ala., was I joe Greenfield, son of Mr. and, Mrs. Alex Greenfield, 256 N. ET 117th Street. SERVICE A University of Miami gradui ate. Robert L. Sprint*, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sprintz. 4141 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, has been promoted to a lieutenant (jgl in the Navy. The lieutenant is on duty on a minesweeper somewhere in the Atlantic. Lt Peter G. Lehman. 27. son of Herbert II. Lehman, former Rovernor of New York and director general of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, lost his life last month when the Mustang fighter plane he was piloting on a "sweating out" flight crashed on his home base, an English airfield. A veteran of 57 combat missions against occupied Europe, and holder of the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters. Lieut. Lehman died exactly a year after joining the American Air Force. Lieut. Lehamn lost control of his ship went into a spin and was unable to bail out. The DFC, it was announced, will be awarded to him posthumously. After 18 months of active service with the RCAF, which he joined because the USAAF was at that time refusing to accept fathers, Peter entered the American service and six month later, as? a Flight Officer, piloting a Thunderbolt, won the Air Medal. He had then been on a dozen missions and had had two narrow escapes in aerial combat. Peter's brother and sister are in service. Capt. John Lehman is atatched to the 20th Armored Force, Camp Campbell. Ky.. and Corp. Hilda Jane de Vadetzky. WAC, is on duty in Algiers. 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 servicefollc are. what they are seeing and doing. JUNIOR CHAMBER HAS ELECTIO N OF O FFICERS Nov.officers elected recently to guide the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce includes David Stuzin, as treasurer; Sam Silver and Al Green as directors. W. J. Callahan, a member of the accounting firm of Callahan & Stuzin, was chosen president. Sgt. Joseph Gorchoff. 22, of Chicago, a Civil Aeronautics pilot before joinig the Marines two years ago. has been awarded an Air Medal and holds a Presidential Unit Citation. Radioman, gunner and bombardier aboard a torpedo plane operating in the Southwest Pacific. Sergeant Gorchoff is cerdited with aiding in the destruction of a Jap battleship. Corp. Norman J. Lipman. 21. of Chicago, a member of the Signal Corps on duty in the Southwest Pacific, has received a Citation from General MacArthur and an Oak Leaf Cluster to the iCtation. Pvt. Sol Landwehr. 23. of Brooklyn, who was in the outfit that made the first landing in Sicily, has been decorated with the Silver Star for his singlehanded capture of five Nazis. He also holds the Purple Heart for wounds sustained in the Sicilian campaign. The Jewish Publication Society of American has completed the delivery of over one million copies of Prayer Books ordered by the National Jewish Welfare Board for the use of men and women of the Jewish faith in the armed forces of the United States. Now in its fifty-seventh year, the Jewish Publication Society printed 200,000 Abridged Prayer Books for Jewish servicemen in World War I. These Prayer Books, then as now, were distributed by the National Jewish Welfare Board. Forty-eight thousand (48,000) additional copies of this Prayer Book were distributed prior to September, 1941. M DE1GH JUICES RECEIVE CITSTI3N FOB LOCAL POSTER The "outstanding contribution" of the year to veterans' rehabilitation won for the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce a citation of merit from the Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce at its annual convention in Winter Haven, it was announced. The citation was received for a poster titled "One Good Job Deserves Another," designed and drawn by Robert Epstein, a Miami Beach Jaycee and a veteran of the present war. In announcing receipt of the award, officials of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber said the purpose of the project was to present to employers of the Miami area the necessity for a program to solve the present and future employment needs of veterans. They believe that with the removal of Army business and the diminishing number of small war industries, enough jobs will not be available for veterans returning to their homes or for those sent here for their health unless business firms lend their support to the program. Sgt. Sidney C. Pulver. of Hartford, Conn., ball turret gunner on a Flying Fortress and a veteran of five bombing missions, is missing since a December raid over Germany. I '*• "^ Ke S ( slcr ; 38 £ W i!i h Cpl. Julius Hamershlag. 24. of re-.i. am \ .•' &Jlffi Brooklyn, aerial engineer on a pleted the machinist s mate school £ missing in action over at Memphis. Ieiin., and been PaVli ; al V


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PAGE EIGHT +Je*lstifk)rlAY, JUNE 2, 'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byM ARX FEINBERG Starting about June 15th Shotions and appropriations. As in lem Lodge will initiate a sumthe past, Sholem Lodge has mer bond drive which will be a commanded quite a bit of robond drive to end all bond spect due to its strength in numdrives. The quota will be set at ber and when you realize that a meeting prior to the convention we are largest B'nai B nth and the amount will stagger the \ Lodge south of Washington. D. C. imagination. We understand that i you will understand the necesthe plans and groundwork being sity of our being represented by laid for this drive are being worked out in detail by the officers and the War Service Committee and that when the same is launched each of the brothers will be approached for a bond purchase individually. You may as well gird yourselves now and be considering what bond ourchases you will make during the months of June and July. War bond purchases have been lax throughout the country due to an unwarranted feeling of security. There is a long ways to the maximum of delegates. If any of the brothers feel that they might be able to make the trip, please call the B'nai B'rith office or Milton Friedman immediately so that your credentials may be prepared. This must be sent in to the district secretary before the convention. As a reminder, the district mileage fund practically pays the traveling expenses of each delegate. So, if you are debating about the finances, perish the thought! At this time tribute should In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end, announced by the Greater Miami area are as follows. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM M UNITY CENTER. 1415 Eucl.tf £*. Kiniii) evening Ml*Ice NOTESOFY.M.H.A. -bySAM SILVER lelphla, will chanl MM •?'•" Jun lor oonaTWatlon at 10:00 a m.JMujI..*h v..mi,,v at 7:i.i. Summer session oMhtHebr.* School will .MftJjin. :,ih. classes being held fiom '" "" %  m. to 12:00 IHM'II Rego in the prosecution of this war be paid to one of the most outand on D Day the financial con-1 standing members of our ordition of the government must ganization since its existence. I be in such a status as to sustain refer to the late Benjamin Leand propel the hugest undertak| Vine, whose death came 88 a ing in history. So, when you shock to the entire community are approached during the next last week. Ben has never been month tor bond purchases, open well but no one would knowup. I that from his attitude and acThks will be the last column tivities. It was my pleasure to written before the convention in serve with Ben five years ago Atlanta and we are advised that J when the membership of our orthe Lodge is entitled to 21 dele] ganization numbered some 250 gates, and up to date, onlv 17 and the treasury was as empty have been issued credentials. A as the butcher's meat case. Ben. stronger showing made by our as treasurer and membership organization at the convention chairman, personally brought in will mean more consideration over 200 members by himself. from the district as to alloca^GORDOF FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means of Individual Circumstances "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" • Worthy and Deserves Your Full Support and Recommendation • SERVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI • EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH TEMPLE ISRAEL OF M'AMI. form. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. K.-KUIHIFriday evening •e rvlc !" ?' ":15 p. in. with Rabb. Jacob Tanhith conducting MM iervlce BETH DAVID" CONGREGATION. Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.. Miami. Frldaj evening services •' T |j o'clock Haturdaj morning %  >< 30 regular service* i lueted by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Summer semester ol the Hebrew School, begins \i. i ,i;.>. June MIL '""" I •'< '" %  '" 1 .mi II. m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, rYlila) evening service* .,, 7 30 o'clock Saturday morning Meivlcea at B 30 o' k Lecture "Religious Upliftment." Aflel I nervlcea il J 3 Bthicn of the rath era will be tllxcURHed b> Rabbi Moses MoH'heloff, followed bj the Shalos SriiHi is, SCHAAREI 2EDEK CONGREGATION, Orthodox. 1545 S. W. 3rd Ave., Miami. I'I kin) evenl prvlces nl ;.i:, p in. Saturday morning Kenloi nta 11 H ., i s So, follow ••'! b\ the .fail: i.. i service .it 10 10 Rabbi Simon Anril will uddresn I hi children. At • 10 i. in Kabbl \i" 'I will condui i tli, stud) oi the Bthlcs >ail> scrvlcea at I ::" a m and T:J.'i P in. •m ;md the committee, under his guidance, increased the membership to 1000 up to two years ago when he was forced to become inactive due to his health. His friends were lesion and his enemies none. He has left an indelible mark upon the Jewish coinGREGATIC-N, Orthodox, munity and to his lovely wife and children, the Lodge extends its most sincere sympathies. We will miss Ben. Bill Kesselman has done a remarkable work with the Hillel House in Coral Gables. The place has been refurbished and is beautiful to behold. Out of a membership of 1000 I don't believe that over 25 members have actually seen the inside of the house. For shame. Hillel is as important work as we do and because we have a paid director there is no reason for you to feel 1 that your work has been accomI plished. Your moral, as well as financial help is needed, and it 1 would be propitious for the | [ Lodge to sponsor a social affair I tO be Riven at the Hillel House Sunday. June 4th to acquaint the membership 1 •"ommunltj Assembly, starting al HAT HEN H E R E (Tala cuiuiiiii ib uolHlUCteU oy no Greater Miami Jewish Federation Ii cooperation with The Jewish Florid lan as g community service To Inforn tin' *.iiiiimnit\ of your organisation's ictlvltles ami i" avoid conflicts ii dates, phone 3 "• 411 and ask fol "Cuinmunlty Calendar." Notification must reaih Federation no later than uesua) t"i inii-iicatioii that week i with its functions and purposes. These things should be brought j to the attention of the executive committee. | At meetings it appears that i by the time we Ret to good and i welfare everyone is so tired that 1 nothing is ever said or done. There are a lot of good ideas resting in the dormant skulls of most of you fellows and I would appreciate some of your views so as to reach the membership through the medium of this column. May I please hear from you. I WANT MY MILK And B Sura Its FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" DBCTO Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Oar Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Announce (ha Beginning of Camp Activitlea. June 5th 1149 Jama* Avs., Miami leach Phone 5-3849 The Fifth War Loan Drive will start June 12th. Be preparedjmd get it over in a hurry. AZAL ESTATE—MI AMI BEACH II "i Mi.i i i tvoma '* i 'lu 1737 N Bayshore Drive, Miami. Monday, June 5th Jewish Btudj Group, ages H to is. sponsored bj the Bureau "f Jewish Kducatlon in cooperation with the Town "r," I.'IC; s. w .,th st 7 30 I" !' 3" |i 111 Tuesday. May 6th Hudassah Board Meeting 2 00 Ii in Ml mil (Tiaptei National Home foi Jewish Children at lienver, resjular i tltiR, 2:00 p m Temple Israel Board Mi etlng, l 00 D m Wednesday. June 7th Jewish Btudj Oroup, ages u t., iv sponsored by the Bureau ol Jewish IMIUI atlon In cooperation with the I •• .nil "V," l l .in, oln Float! S 00 to I :'•" p in.. National Council o| Jewish Women, afternoon; Workmen a ('In le Branch No 69i, regular meeting Monday. June 12th J. wish Btudj Group, aces 11 t.. is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Kducatlon m cooperation \\:tii the rown v. • I6J7 s W, :.th si ; |o t" ,ii .in |. in Hadasssh Regular _Meetlns, 00 p m Miami r| i; Keep on buvlns War Rond-With business as brisk as it Is these days. I find it more difficult than ever to make these weekly dead-lines. It seems that it was only yesterday that wrote last week's column, and here it is time to rush to the Kl.indian office immediately with this weeks copy. However, I have plenty of good news for you—and I do mean you! Memo of Executive Director Our hard-hitting executive director has just returned from a conference of the National Association of Jewish Center Workers in Cleveland, Ohio, and has sent the folowing memo to all members of the Y board of directors: Cleveland Conference I have just returned from Cleveland where I attended the conference of the National Association of Jewish Center Workers. At a later date I shall give a complete report of this conference, but presently I would like to state that in comparison with other communities throughout the country, Miami is doing its sjiare of communal work. Many communities face the same problems we do so that Miami is not different from any other city. I think, judging from the experience of others, that we can "hold our own" with any other city of comparable size. Community Assembly The Community Assembly will take place on Sunday afternoon and evening. June 4, at the Miami Woman's Club. The Miami "Y" has a great part in this assembly. Beginning at 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, there will be a dramatized workshop version of the type of work that we are doing. Our projects depicted will be our dancing class and our Home Camp. There will also be an exhibit of our work displayed in the lobby. Home Camp Plans are complete for the Sixth Annual Home Camp Session which will commence on Monday, June 12. If you have a child between the ages of 4 and 1 14, register him or hM diately ygfgftt* the 018 IfUzvos th%£3£ Jew should observe ffl*S many Other are symbols ann 2? ens of good luck and so. fciff" ing that trend, we U MsSfr out our 13th AnnuaT Da "J""Tuesday. June 20, a ff?J5 Gables Country Club fcS of. the lucky ones and attend 01 !! will be a get-together f ?£ bers and friends. Cv W^hi! and his Country Club^SS. will furnish the music for da r ing. Tickets are $1.50 per ^" son, including tax. Community Center I have still heard no reports on plans for a community Cen ter Every time I have friends visit here from other southern cities, they are shocked at our facilities—or lack of facilities a ur Ys. Let's get this project underway. Made From Fresh Oranges BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Beat Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best Vfr/0#"""^~* — „„„^<>'''''' lf '%^ Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Ask for my free 1944 Informstive Map of Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 606 Lincoln Bd. ph.: 5.586a RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 ADVANTAGES of a DAIIE I BIMiRAt > MORTGAGE • LOW RATES BASY PAYMENTS LONG TIME TO PAY • PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Vou* LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION "RESOURCES OVER ta.wo.ooo •JaMPEMUL, 4 HOIIII IAH •'•• -&&* jotim Vk.urtm.n* a>vKX tfMtf *** f(

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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ibd^vii^ltUEIIiOjriidliiaun
^^THE JEWISH UNITY i
VOLUME 17-No. 22
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 2. 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
EN TO PUBLIC
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration will hold its 1944 annual
membership meeting, open to the
2c. tins coming-Sunday. June
4th at the Miami Womans Club,
1737 N Bavshore Drive. Con-
cluding the Community Assem-
bly federation's meeting will
start with a dinner at 6:30 P.M.
in the dining room of the Wo-
mans' Club for which reserva-
tions are now being accepted at
the office. 3-5411. Following the
dinner, Sam Blank, president
will open the meeting that will
hear reports by the President
Director Ben B. Goldman, and
Treasurer Joseph R- Stein. Stan-
ley Myers, Honorary President.
will speak.
The Constitution Committee
under the chairmanship of Louis
Heiman will recommend amend-
ments to the constitution that
will call for the combining of-
fices of president and chairman
of the board, and allow previous
officers and members of the
board who are in the armed
forces to remain listed as in serv-
ice in such offices for the dura-
tion. Another amendment to be
presented will clarify the office
of Honorary President and auto-
matically include the officer as
a member of the executive com-
mittee and board, entitled to the
same rights and privileges as
other numbers. The Honorary
President will perform such other
duties as may be required of him
from time to tune by the organ-
ization.
Dr. Frank Coret, chairman of
the nominating committee has
announced the slate of officers to
be presented at the meeting and
a list of nominees for the board.
Members of the committee
are: Dr. Frank Coret. Chair-
man; George Chertkof, Mrs. Max
Dobrin, Mrs. Ada Joseph. Mrs.
Etta LeVine, Mrs. Benj. Meyers,
William D, Singer, Dr. Philip
neinstein.
The slate recommends:
Honoray President, Stanley C.
Myers; President, Monte Selig;
gwfetary, Mrs. Max Dobrin;
Treasurer, Dr. Frank Coret; Vice-
Presidents, Jacob Sher. Carl
einkl<-. Max Orovitz, Joseph R.
Stem Mrs Matilda Ratner, Maj.
Mitchell Wolfson*.
(CONTINUED ~ON PAO* 4)
First Community Assembly Of
Greater Miami Jewry to be Held
Sunday; Six Agencies Take Part
The Jewish Community of estine Appeal. Council of Jew- the annual membership meeting
Greater Miami will have the op- ish Federation and Welfare of the Greater Miami Jewish
portunity for the first time in Funds, Hadassah, Zionist Organ- Federation will take place with
its history to witness a presents- ization of America, Rational a dinner in the dining room on
tion and hear reports of its local \ Council of Jewish Women, Anti-1 the second floor, followed by
agencies, in the form of a Com- i Defamation League of B'nai business meeting,
munity Assembly taking place B'rith, Mizrachi and the Nation- Appearing In the dramatic skit w
C.nslni, In,,.. 4h I ol II.,,,,,, tr\r- (..ii--, 1, fhilrlr-nn nt lie (Sail Arkirillilll. Sillldra Allllt
L

in
Sunday. June 4th. I a 1 Home for Jewish Children at \ jadg &>(~ ^S&^S&
The Miamians will gather at Denver. gj,,' Rltae dobson. Beverl> cheeter.
the Miami Womans' Club, 1737 I The Droeram for the afternoon Prances Cooper. Charlene
Cootner,
tne Miami womans i^iud, wji me program ior me aucrnoon prances cooper, unanene uooiner,
N. Bayshore Drive starting at' has been announced to include .i.--i'>'[i>- Was,; ')0i'"-1!;';;!,l,,<,V',r,iiW.'i"
*, r\ it !_!. et i e \ u.. tp j Main r i <' 1:00 P.M. to view exhibits of local ; presentation of colors by r-reda g8teUe Qreenbera-, Roberta Grossman,
and national agencies. The dis- Markowitz, Post 174, Jewish War Joyce Huff, Linda Kaplan, Eileen
plays will illustrate the activ-j Veterans; introductory remarks {<1",Vl m i,,,,''' Kh nT,- v Lubef* DmMc*
ities and functions of the groups by M. J. Kopelowitz, Chairman, cioskey, Judy Myers, Edward Oka.
that are supported and partici- Community Assembly; annual Helen Rnvitz. Jolm it.isi-r, Barbara
pated in by the local Jew.sh Com- meeting, Greater Miami Army- ^u*manBga?a iSS^SSmrtTiS^-
munity. Navy Committee of the National ,,,,,. Supim-m, Hope Ellen TannenP
The six local agencies that are Jewish Welfare Board with Sam fcaum, Susan 'Tyler, Lorraine Walt -
participating in the community I Blank presiding and Dramatic *l-fa^eiumlll*WMa?j^0rw.?e,in
assembly and that will have dis- Skit, "What the Greater Miami aill| Nancy Wise! Bcript and eon tin-
plays in addition to presenting Jewish Agencies Are Doing," de- uuy m- i>> Miw .nun- k.-.-s.-i in-a-
a series of events beginning at j picting projects of Greater Miami JSUiS&EEL* MS.
2:30 P.M. are: Army-Navy Com-I Jewish Agencies. Participants Alll|,,.y nv,i. At the piano will be
mittee. Bureau of Jewish Edu- I in the skit are the Bureau of MU
cation. Greater Miami Jewish Jewish Education, Hillel Found-
_ ^CQlCt .'iiiiini *J i.w u> *_#***.****-, a*eeev ^,--
Federation; Hillel Foundation ation of niversity of Miami, Mi-
University of Miami, Miami Y.M. ami Y.M. & W.H.A., and Miami
& Y.W.H.A. and Miami Beach! Beach Y.M. & W.H.A.. Follow-
Y.M. & W.H.A. I ing the skit presentation will be
Organizations announcing their i a special recording, "The Battle
displays include the Joint Dis- ] of the Warsaw Ghetto," starring
. -i_..r__ /-_.__:**-_ n.a.j ti_i tj_________i .-,.... .? R-in DM
On the arrangements commit-
tee for the Community Assembly
are M. J. Kopelowitz, Chairman;
Harry Boyell, Mrs. Benjamin
Bronston, A. P. Gannes, Benja-
min B. Goldman, Maurice Gross-
man, William Kesselman, Jack P.
displays ineiuue mc junu lsis- ui uic- nuiww uii<-'"j, """""b .....-------;--- Duu,.
tribution Committee. United Pal-1 Raymond Massey; at 6:30 P.M. | Marash, and Nathan Rothberg.
EL II OUTLAW
. Und
London (JTA) Members of
I Part* anti-Semitic Endek
122 ,aund "f the Paderewski
tWu,mS Week indicated that
Itinn V1 HPse immediate ac-
CoL^ ,he Poli8h National
IK iOI\ ,hc biu introduced
W ;CkLby tne Jewish mem-
|thepMilhe Council requesting
Idecrpl h pres,dent to issue a
IS, makln* anti-Jewish ac-
V Sfense. propaKanda a *
LrA!i !"dic:aiions point, howev-
lof' th. r- fact thal "^ majority
Imanri Lo,unc|l intends to de-
Ve lSU\ck action on the meas-
OosuiH also contains a pro-
P hat after the bill is adopt-
L Pol'sh government take
to achieve an internation-
?mi. ('mpnt for outlawing a'nti-
mism all over the wo*ld.
*ne Jpu.ibi, o__i_ii-i_____
Tho t ,uvtI ine woria.
H th. o,sh Socialist member
fcerlr Council. Dr. Emanuel
Ins -*l'nt on record vot"
lor ihLRarlnfl additional credits
we fohsh cabinet.
AUXILIARY AND POST
MEMBERS WILL HOLD
MEMORIAL SERVICES
Members of the Ladies' Auxil-
iary of the Freda Markowitz Post
No. 174, Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, together with
members of the Post, will con-
, vene at the Beth David Syna-
, gogue, Sunday afternoon, at 1:30,
and from there proceed to the
Woodlawp Cemetery, where they
will hold memorial services for
deceased veterans of this and
previous wars. To keep faith
with these heroic dead, they will
rededicate themselves to inten-
sive service on the home front,
by way of the bond drive, the
blood bank, the Red Cross, and
servicemen's welfare and veter-
an's rehabilitation.
MANY NEW MEMBERS
IN M. B. ZIONIST DRIVE
The Miami Beach Zionist Dis-'
trict held its regular board of
directors meeting at the home c (
President Shepard Broad Mon-
day. May 29. Alex Van Straat-
en, chairman of the membership
committee, reported that forty-
four new members had joined
the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
Met of the Z. O. A. during the {
month of May. Of equal import-
ance was the fact that fifty per
Cent of the delinquent members ,
have paid their 1944 renewals.
Matthew Silverstein. secretary
Of the membership committee,
followed with a pep talk pertain-1
ing to the campaign now in prog-
ress to add 1.000 new members
to its roster, and emphasized tne i
campaign slogan, "Zionist mem-1
bership is the duty of every
American Jew."
Mrs. Shepard Broad served re-,
freshments at the conclusion of
the meeting.
SENATE PROPOSAL TO
USE ELLIS ISLAND IS
MADE BY SEN. GILLETTE
Washington (JTA)-A resolu-
tion urging the U. S. government
to provide a temporary haven,01
refuge for Jews from Nazi Eu-
rope at Ellis Island and other
sp^ial centers was '^reduced,
in the senate this week by Sen.
Guy Gillette of Iowa.
Under his proposal the War
Refugee Board would decide up-
on the groups to be provided
with a haven on Ellis Island.
PRESENTED HERE
MS. AT 8 P.M.
HEIMAN CHAIRMAN OF
B'NAI B'RITH WAR BOND
DRIVE ORGANIZATION
Louis Heiman, immediate past
president of Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith has accepted the chair-
manship for the organizations
participation in the forthcoming
Fifth War Loan campaign. This
is the local lodge's fourth par-
ticipation in the bond drives hav-
The Miami Zionist District will ing successfully sold sufficient
present a round table symposium bonds in bomber campaigns to
Monday evening, June 5th at ( name three of theplanes.
8:00 P.M. at the Beth David Syna- [ ^'^ ^&^C
gogue. The public is invited to committee to formulate plans to
attend and hear the discussion enable the group to exceed
about Zionism in Palestine, a! previous records
topic on the lips of important The last drive-sold over $200.-
statesmen throughout the coun-! 000 in bonds through the organ
try and the subject of articles izations efforts Pledging to serve
inrt dehates dailv on the committee to date are Joe
and deDaus oaiiy. Lipton, Nat Blumberg, Ed Lov-
Topics and participants on "*" Mrg gam B Mier
Monday evenings round table "; d Mrs. Soi Goldstrom. Mrs.
inrlnrfi. finnera Zionist DOint of """ d."u :___.;_ w. Rr,th
OTHERS RECEIVE
Washington, (JTA)The estab-
lishment of a "Hebrew Commit-
tee for National Liberation"
which will apply to the Allied
powers for the same degree of
recognition now accorded to other
committees of liberation in exile,
was announced by the seven in-
itial members of the committee
in an unfurnished 30 room man-
sion on Massachusetts Avenue's
"Embassy Row" outside of which
flew the blue-and-white Zionist
flag.
The new group, spokesmen em-
phasized, considers itself "the
temporary trustee of Hebrew na-
tional interests" and claims to
represent the Jews of Palestine
and of Europe. Its aim is "to
redeem Hebrew national sover-
eignty." It will be financed by
floating bonds to be repaid with-
in ten years by the Free Pales-
tine Government which will be
established as result of the com-
mittee's efforts, Peter H. Berg-
son, head of the new organiza-
tion, said. He expressed hope
that $1,000,000,000 could be
raised. The group has already
spent S63.000 to purchase their
"embassy," he said.
The Helvrw Committee for
National Liberation, it was an-
nounced at the press conference,
will be led by Peter H. Bergson,
who was also the organizer of
the Committee for a Jewish Army
of Stateless and Palestinian Jews
and of the Emergency Committee
to Save the Jewish People of
Europe. In a statement outlin-
I ing its aims it said that it had
i been organized to obtain recog-
i nition of the Hebrew people of
| Europe and Palestine as a sov-
i ereign nation with the right of
i self-determination. It will seek
representation in the councils of
the United Nations and will de-
mand the right for a Hebrew
Army to fight on an equal foot-
ing with other United Nation
armies against the Axis.
"While the Hebrew Commit-
tee oS National Liberation will
not press the settlement of pol-
itical and boundary problems of
Palestine until the end of hostil-
ities, it will insist however on
the immediate opening of Pal-
estine to all Hebrews who can
include General Zionist point of ;. Borenstein, Nat Roth,
view by Dr. Lipkind; Mizrachi. Ma\i?ico Gerstein, Harry Ger-
include General Zionist point of
view by Dr. Lipkind; Mizrachi ----- Gerstein>
point of view (Orthodox Zion- Mjl Friedman, William
ism) by Rabbi Moses Meschel- \ g""'^1 and Fred Shochet.
off; Poalli Zionism (Labor point siiverman wa__________
of view) by Abraham Gannes; WPtT c pr pa*?FD WITH
Extreme Orthodox point of View | WEIL lb FLL^tUVVlin
(Agudath Israel) by Rabbi Jos- PROGRESS OF DRIVE
eph Rackovsky, Extreme Reform- _._ .. op w pTJMT)S
ed point of view by Herbert U. rUK U. <-T ***
Feibelman and extreme labor i ,
point of view by Charles Mala- j Pleased with thelgWL*
koff. Harry Simonhoff, president the University of Miami $l.WO,-
of the organization, will serve as 000 expansion fund drive to date,
moderator. A question and ans- Bruno Weil, general chairman,
wer period will follow the dis- i stressed the importance of co-
cussions operation by Dade countians. He
"This affair is one of a series of -{^^Vc^fy S^n
&mvg&& j $ Sew
Zionist cause and program. | Kress oynt g ^ ^
PROCLAIM PRAYER DAY I %?& JloSSITS
IN PALESTINE FOR ALL'raised locally, the University of
Mr rTTpriDriN TFWRY I Miami well may be a $25,000,-
OF EUROPEAN JfcWlll!0(K) institution within 10 years.
t___colDTO TA)-A dav of He also said that although the
The day will be marked by a niversity win be welcomed as
country-wide rally to be held subscriber. Weil said.
^ S 'nnd^o^sentaUveT of I The movement is aimed to
SHrSSH tnjasvias% c
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
i&nuiuiE
TRACES OF THEIR
non-war plants will close down
at 2 p. m. and prayers will be
held in all synagogues at *
o'clock.
versity of Miami an outstanding
cultural and educational center.
Ten donors Saturday gave $10,-
000 cash each.
Zurich (JTA) German au-
thorities in occupied Poland are
now engaged in eradicating all
traces of their mass-executions
of Jews, it was reliably report-
ed here this week.
Acting on instructions from
Berlin, German administrators
throughout Poland have ordered
the exhumation of the bodies of
Jews from mass-graves and the
burning of these bodies so as to
leave no trace of their crimes. In
the meantime, the German ad-
ministration in Vilna is "liqui-
dating" the last 500 Jews who
have been left alive there, so
that no witness will be left to
testify as to the mass-killing of
Jews in that city, the report
added.
Details received here from
Poland on the resistance offered
by Jews in the extermination
camp of Treblinka reveal that no
less than 10,000 Jews perished in
the revolt which started when
the Nazis ordered the "complete
liquidation" of all Jewish in-
ternees in the camp.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944
Prominent Communal and Civic Leader is to Be
June Bride of Well Known Miami Business Man
Culminating a series of social
events tendered in honor of her
approaching marriage, Mrs. Jen-
nie Rotfort will become the bride
of Harry Gordon, Sunday after-
noon at 2:00 p. m. Scene of the
ceremony will be the Beth David
Congregation with Rabbi Max
Shapiro, close friend of both
families, uniting the long time
residents in marriage. The daugh-
ter of the late Louis J. Hartz
and Mrs. Ida Hartz, Mrs. Rotfort
is prominent in communal activ-
ities of the community, having
served as president of the Fifth
District B'nai B'rith Ladies Aux-
iliary, and was the organizer and
president of the local auxiliary.
She served the Junior Hadassah
and Beth David Sisterhood as
president in addition to occupy-
ing a key position in the Womet-
co Theatre chain. Mr. Gordon,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Gordon, is well known in the city
and serves as a member of the
board of Beth David, Miami's
pioneer congregation. He oper-
ates the Gordon Funeral Home.
The bride will be given in mar-
riage by her mother and Louis
Heiman with Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose, matron of honor. Irvin
Gordon, brother of the groom,
will be best man.
No invitations will be issued
and friends of both families are
invited to be present at the
ceremony and at a reception in
the patio immediately following.
The couple will leave that eve-
ning for a wedding trip that will
include visits to Macon and At-
lanta, Georgia, New York and
Niagara Falls.
Announcement has been made
that Miss Charl-ite Amidon. 14-
year-old oboist with the Univers-
ity of Miami Symphony orchestra
is one of the three winners of
scholarships to Intcrlochen, Mich.
Returning to the city this week
after a business trip in the north,
was W. D. Singer.
TIER THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Fri. and Mat. Only Sat.
June 2-3
//
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Whistler
RICHARD DIX
J. CARROL NAISH
GLORIA STUART

Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. Thru Tues., June 3-6
EDWARD G.
ROBINSON
VICTOR
McLAGLEN
IN
Home spending a four weeks
vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Matthew Silverstein,
1568 Meridian Avenue, Miami
Beach, Florida, is Nurse Cadet
lima S. Silverstein of the Johns
Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore.
Miss Silverstein, a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, at-
tended the University of Miami
and Florida State College for Wo-
men, where she was a member
of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
After her vacation, Miss Silver-
stein will return to Johns Hop-
kins Hospital for her third and
final year of training. Upon com-
pletion she will enter the Army
Nurse Corps.
MISS ROSE PUCHKOFF
TO MARRYON JUNE 4
Announcement has been made
by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Puch-
off, 1550 S. W. 16th Street, of the
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Rose, to Herman Felc -
man, of Philadelphia. The wed-
ding will take place at Beth Da-
vid Congregation on June 4tli
at 5 o'clock with Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Rabbi Joseph Rackov-
sky officiating. A reception will
foilow at the Versailles Hotel.
No formal invitations are being
issued to the wedding but friends
are invited to attend.
Baccalaureate service for the
18th annual commencement ex-
ercises of Miami Beach Senior
High school were held last Thurs-
day with Rabbi Irving Lehman,
of Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, as the main speak-
er.
Miss Ester Argintai. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintai;
1542 N. W. 2nd Street, has re-
turned from Tallahassee where
she completed her first year as
a student at the Florida State
College for Women. Miss Argin-
tar is a Delta Phi Epsilon.
Miss Shirley Bernstein is at
home for the summer with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. living
Bernstein. Miss Bernstein is a
student at the Florida State Col-
lege for Women. Tallahassee.
Engagement Announced of Young Lady \Hftfa
Wide Popularity Among City's Junior Groups
The engagement of Miss Elyse
B. Newman to Mr. Seymour Glad-
stone is being announced today
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.-
, Myron M. Newman. Miss New-
1 man's betrothal to Mr. Gladstone,
son of Mrs. Jennie Gladstone,
will be celebrated with an open
house for friends Sunday, June
4th, at the Newman residence,
2010 S. W. 17th Street, Miami,
from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. Miss
Newman attended Miami Senior
High School and is active in the
Junior groups of the city. Mr.
Gladstone attended the univer-
sity at Chattanooga, and is at
present an aviation machinist's
mate, second class, U.S.N.. and
is stationed at Banana River,
Florida. The date for the wed-
ding has not been announced.
Monte Selig returned to the
city from a business trip.
BRIS
//
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TAMPICO
WITH
LYNN BARI
MONA MARIS
EXTRA!
"UNDERGROUND
REPORT"
Captured Nazi Films
in the new
"MARCH OF TIME"
The bris milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Fried-
man, 1359 S. W. Twelfth Street,
took place Tuesday afternoon
With Rabbi S. M. Machtei offi-
ciating.
Rabbi Machtei also officiated
at St. Francis Hospital Wednes-
day at the bris of the son of
Warrant Officer and Mrs. David
Carmel, 1425 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno,
744 Michigan Avenue, will leave
Sunday for a month's vacation in
Canada. They will stop in Wash-
ington, Lakewood and New York
to visit friends and relatives.
Allan T. Abess, president of the
Lincoln Road Merchants Asso-
ciation, is now at his home. 1600
Michigan Avenue, following an
operation.
After spending ten days in Hot
Springs, Ark., Mrs. George Gcr-
son. 2(i0l S. W. Sixth Street, has
returned home. She visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schonfeld of this city.
Bernard S. Feiner left Monday
for a month's vacation in New
York and the New England
states.
SLENDERIZE AT
SLENDERIZING SALON
1107 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-1313
WITH THE
CONTOUROLLER
Slim down
your hips
and thighs
with little or
no effort so
you can
comfortably
wear the
smart 44
trim skirt
VAPOR
CABINETS
and
MASSAGES
Mrs. Carl Weinklc is leaving
this week for an extended vaca-
tion. She will visit with rela-
tives in Atlanta and her son at
Chapel Hill. N. C. where he is
stationed. From there, she will
spend some time in the north.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
Alka-Seltzer
HAVE you tried Alk-Se.t-
mrr for Gftfl Stomach.
Soar Stomach, "Morning
A fur" and Cold DUtroooT
If not, why not? Pleasant,
prompt in action, effectivo.
Thirty crad and Sixty
ecnU.
m,1V. NERVINE
FOR relief from Functional Ncr-
Toiui DUturbmncca auch as Sleep-
iManaaa. Crankiataa. EicrUbtlitj,
Nirtooi Baadacha and Narveoa la-
diaration. Tablata 1S and 74.
Liquid ltd and SI.0. Read dirao-
Uona and uaa only aa directed.
ANTIPAIN PILLtw^
1 SINGLE Dr. Mile. Anti-
-* Pain Pill often relieve*
Headache, Maacalar I'imi
r Functional Monthly
Paine J. for 2S, 126
forfl.M. Got them at yonr
drug tor*. Read direction*
and ate only u dh
'A
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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
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dietary laws; private camp for boys and girls 6 to 16. Tuition $325
season (July and August). Write
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Tuaml
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Convalescence
ojChronicCases
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When You Think of Real Estate
Think Of
LEO EISENSTEIN
REALTOR
309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479
Dependable, Conscientious Service
.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Broad an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter Helen to Lt. Earle
Hamilton.
Reverend and Mrs. Joseph Ma-
lek. former Miami residents an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter Eileen to Private Irv-
ing Coopcrman on May 10th.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene,
1698 S. W. 20th Street, left Thurs-
day for a three month's vaca-
tion with their family in New
York and Belle Harbor.
Miss Rose Blank and Miss
Helaine Gamsee will leave Wed-
nesday for an extended vacation
through the north and west
coast.
CHERTKOF HAS OFFICE
IN OLYMPIA BUILDING
George Chertkof, formerly as-
sociated with Abe Aronovitz, an-
nounces the opening of his of-
fices for the continued practice
of law in the Olympia building.
Mr. Chertkof, actively affil-
iated with a number of Jewish
organizations here, has been prac-
ticing law for many years and
now has opened his own suite of
offices to accommodate his grow-
ing practice.
LADIES AUXILIARY TO
HAVE ANNUAL PICNIC
The Ladies Auxiliary of
Schaarei Zedek Congregation
announces their annual Sunday
School picnic to be held June 4th
at Mattheson Hammock. Mrs.
Sam Miller is in charge of ar-
rangements.
A prize will be awarded for
the best atendance record at He-
brew and Sunday School, and
a prize for the best scholastic
work.
The Ladies Auxiliary will
sponsor a bingo party at the Mi-
ami Y, 1567 S. W. 5th St.. at
8 p. m., Wednesday, June 7.
Proceeds from this affair will
go for the Talmud Torah. Host-
esses for the evening will in-
clude Mrs. Ed Moss and her com-
mittee.
PIONEER WOMEN WILL
HOLD PARTY JUNE 8TH
For VictoryBuy and keep on
buying bonds!
PESTERED BY PESTS?
Phone 5-4353
APEX
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16 Years in General
Exterminating Experience
Atotti* 0totlux*
Your Complett Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
A card, mah jong and bingo
party will be sponsored by the
Pioneer Womens' Organization.
Miami Beach Chapter for the
benefit of the Child Rescue Fund
of Palestine at the Workmens'
Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach. Thursday,
June 8th. at 8:00 p. m. Refresh-
ments will be served.
AMITY GROUP HOLDS
MEETING ON TUESDAY
The regular meeting of the
Amity Group of young women
of B'nai B'rith was held at the
Y. M. & W. H. A., 1 Lincoln Rd.
Tuesday, May 30th, with election
of officers taking place. Those
elected were: president, Ethel
Pont: first vice president. Betty
Sir; second vice president. Doro-
thy Epstein; treasurer. Sue Berg-
er; recording secretly. Edith
Polonsky; corresponding secre-
tary, Paula Horowitz. Seven
board members chosen arc: Dinah
Jaffee, Toby Stepkin. Gertrude
Grapman, Minnie Freedman.
Rosalind Friedman, Boa Kep-
pler and Edele Statland. Two
delegates chosen to attend the
District Convention in Atlanta
are Ethel Pont and Betty &ir.
Mrs. Harry Oliphant is a pa-
tient at the Jackson Memorial
Hospital where she is recuperat-
ing from an operation. _
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
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
Buy a Rod and Reel
AND RELAX
Far Your Haalth and Pleaaura
SHRIBER'S FISHING
TACKLE SHOP
517 Wilt An. M. b. Ph. S-1123
OPEN EVENINGS
FUNERAL HOME
PHONE 9-2664
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f^AY-JUNE^ 1944
Our Legal Right to Palestine
+Jew! sti Meridian
PAGE THREE
*
B. Dr. M. A. Lipkind
^a^entZ.oniStrnass^eet-
..A,he[legality of the Jewish
tto Palestine was presented
ST? leading Zionist, a member
?,hete5al Profession The evi-
IS he produced was based en-
S on our historical connec-
n with Palestine, a point of
ft reJognized by the Christian
vZm but to validate a claim.
2? must produce legal docu-
SSits S'K-d. sealed and record-
"i Are there any documentary
Sdence to legalize our claim
YES' Such evidence was pre-
sented "at the hearings held by
S" Committee on Foreign Af-
fairs of the House of Representa-
ves to consider the Wright-
Smpton Resolution. This res-
olution advocates free entry o
jews into Palestine for the full
opportunity of colonization so
that they may ultimately recon-
stitute that country as a free and
Democratic Jewish Common-
wealth. The case in favor of the
uassage of the resolution pres-
ented by the Zionist's is based
upon the conviction that from
the historical, legal, political and
humanitarian point of view Pal-
estine should be opened to im-
migration and the ultimate estab-
lishment of a Jewish Common-
wealth. A digest of our legal
claims only, will be given here.
The legal justification for a
Jewish State in Palestine rests
upon a series of documents. The
tirst is the Balfour Declaration
of 1917.
There is definite evidence to
prove that the Zionists formal
negotiations with the British
Government was the culmination
of informal conversations on the
establishment of the Homeland
which has been carried on for
some years previously. Similar
negotiations with the French and
Italian Governments followed.
President Wilson's approval of
the text of the Balfour Declara-
tion had been obtained prior to
its publication. Sir Mark Sykes
and Col. T. E. Laurence, both
friends of Arab freedom, took
part in the discussions and ap-
proved the Declaration.
The Declaration was in the
form of a letter from Lord Bal-
four to Lord Rothschild and read
in part:
I PFAl GOOD TREAT
with milk and bv-
ragtt ... taladt,
toupi and ditttrtftl
INVISIBLE
IS COMING
TO TOWN!
WATCH
THIS NEWSPAPER!
His Majesty's Government
view with favor the establish-
ment in Palestine of a National
Home for the Jewish People, and
will use their best endeavors to
facilitate the achievement of this
object .
In the years since the Declar-
ation was issued, questions have
arisen as to its proper inter-
pretation. In 1937 the alestine
Royal Commission after examin-
ing the records and hearing the
testimony of the British states-
men issued a report containing
the following findings:
"... President Wilson said on
March 3rd, 1919 "I am per-
suaded that the Allied Nations
with the concurrence of our own
Government and People are
agreed that in Palestine shall be
laid the foundation of a Jewish
Commonwealth."
General Smuts said on Nov.
3rd, 1919 "In generations to
come a great Jewish State rising
in Palestine once more."
Representative John W. Mc-
Cormack, majority leader of the
; House, cited at the hearing a
I statement made by Winston
Churchill in 1920"If, as may
well happen, there should be
created in our own lifetime by
the banks of the Jordan a Jewish
State under the protection of the
British Crown which might com-
prise three or four millions of
Jews, an event will have oc-
curred in the history of the world
which would from every point of
view be beneficial, and would
be especially in harmony with
the truest interests of the Brit-
ish Empire."
In 1937 Lord Harlech, official
British representative stated be-
fore Permanent Mandates Com-
mission that "the establishment
of an independent sovereign Jew-
ish State certainly was the
conception in Lord Balfour's
mind."
The mandate for Palestine was
given to Great Britain on April
25th, 1920, and approved by the
Council of the League of Na-
tions in July 1922. The Man-
date, an International instru-
ment, validated by fifty-two na-
tions expressly recognizes the
"Historical connection of the
Jewish People with Palestine,"
and "the grounds for reconstitu-
ting there, their National Home."
The other legal bases of the
Zionist position arise out of Am-
erican interest and participation
in the Palestine situation. The
first is, the joint resolution spon-
sored by Representative Hamil-
ton Fish and Senator Henry Cab-
ot Lodge in favor of the n-af-
firmation and clarification of the
original intent of the Balfour De-
claration. The resolution was
adopted by both houses of Com-
mons and signed by President
Harding in June 1922. The sec-
ond legal basis is the treaty be-
tween the United States and
Great Britain in 1925; Article 2
incorporates the Balfour Declar-
ation, and article 7 states that
no modification of the Mandate
hall be made without the assent
of the United States.
Zionist's claim that all White-
Papers and subsequent acts of
the British Colonial Administra-
tion in Palestine have been con-
trary to the rules of International
Law, since the consent of the
other contracting parties to the
changes had not been asked( nor
received.
The British claim that the orig-
inal intent of the Balfour De-
claration has been accomplish-
eda National Home has been
established for the Jews in Pal-
estine. The Zionist's point out
that the original intent was that
a Jewish Commonwealth be re-
constituted in Palestine, and that
the present legislation was a
unilateral breach of a legal con-
tract, not agreed to by the Per-
manent Mandates Commission of
the League or by the United
States.
Opponents of the Resolution
failed to weaken our case. The
Jewish Anti-Zionist's dwelt pri-
marily on the menace of the
Jewish Commonwealth as a
theocratic state, but made no at-
tempt to deny our legal right. The
Arab opponents had no valid
arguments against the Jewish
legal rights to Palestine.
ABESS ELECTED PRESIDENT
NATIONAL ACCOUNTANTS
Leonard L. Abess, member of
the Miami accounting firm of
Abess and Costar. was elected
as president of the Florida In-
stitute of Accountants last Sat-
urday during the organization s
meeting at Tampa.
Abess. who has been a member
of the Florida group since 1935,
is a member of the American
Institute of Accountants.
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation Leaque
Some vagrant facts from a
cluttered desk:
Lizzie Dilling, one of the 29
defendants on trial in Washing-
ton, D. C, for sedition, makes
your Director the object of an
attack in the May issue of her
publication, "The Patriotic Re-
search Bulletin." She doesn't
have many kind words either for
the "very active office the Anti-
Defamation League maintains in
Miami." B'nai B'rith's ADL. she
charges, is the instigator of the
indictments pending against her
and her co-defendants Sig-
m u n d Livingston, venerable
chairman of ADL, made his usual
excellent and comprehensive re-
port to the B'nai B'rith tri-annual
national convention held this
month in New York City. Both
Livingston and Dick Gutstadt,
executive director of the League,
were commended by President
Monsky for the splendid accomp-
lishments of the League Jus-
tice Frank Murphy's address
"Anti-Semitism Is an Un-Ameri-
can and Un-Christian Principle,"
was one of the convention high-
lights. It was rebroadcast local-
ly over WFTL. The speech was
reprinted in the Congressional
record by Senator Gillette. We
have some extra copies available
at this office which you may
have for the asking Incident-
ally, Livingston's latest book,
"Must Men Hate" will be off the j
presses June 14th. You may
order a copy through this office j
. Among the pleasant memor-
1st of my recent jaunt through |
Florida was a day spent with
Rabbi Morris Skop of Orlando.
Rabbi Skop is a forceful individ-
ual with a keen appreciation of
the problems facing us today. He
has done a swell job building
good interfaith relations in his
city Another splendid work-
er in this field is Louis Cohen
of St. Petersburg. One project
undertaken under his guidance
and with Rabbi Wilner's advice
and assistance was mentioned as
being outstanding at the nation-
al convention. Another project
undertaken very recently dram-
atized for the community of St.
Petersburg .the fact that over
16 per cent of the local Jewish
population is enrolled in the
Armed Forces, just about double
the average for the population
of the United States Our
arbitration panel continues to
fuction quietly but effectively.
Through our new procedure we
attempt to settle cases by indi-
vidual conference before refer-
ring them to the panel The
recent Clergy Institute has
evoked nation-wide interest. The
Anglo-Jewish press of both the
United States and Canada have
featured it. The Institute was
likewise the subject of a release
by the Religious News Service
and the story has been carried
in scores of Protestant and Cath-
olic publications.
oelkersTbelieves HIS
IDEAS CONSTRUCTIVE
Legislative proposals of Rich- (
ard Oelkers. jr., Democratic nom- (
inee for group 2 seat in the Flor-
ida legislature, were not made as
"vote-catchers," he said in a
statement issued after the sec-
ond primary results were known.
"I believe my program was the
most constructive offered in the
campaign, and I shall endeavor
to carry it out to the letter, re-
garding it as a mandate from the
people who supported me," Oel-
kers said.
"I want to thank everyone who
assisted in my campaign in any
way," he said. "I realize that,
had it not been for the loyal and
tireless efforts of my friends, 1
would not have been elected. I
intend to serve all the people of
Dade county, in particular, and
the state of Florida as a whole,
unselfishily, constructively and
to the best of my ability. I real-
ize I am a representative of all
the people of Dade county, those
who supported me and those who
did not, and I intend to serve
them faithfully/"_______
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment
MRS. SELIG APPOINTED
TO NEW COMMITTEE
Announcement has been made
of the appointment of Mrs. Monte
Selig, retiring president of the
Miami section, National Council
of Jewish Women, to the nation-
al committee of the Service to
the Foreign Born project. Mrs.
Harry Barnnard has been ap-
pointed to serve on the national
committee on International Re-
lations and Peace.
Officers of the Miami section
for the coming year are Mrs.
Nathaniel L. Williams, president;
Mrs. Morris Alpert, first vice
president; Mrs. David Phillips,
second vice president; Mrs. Irv-
ing Kobley, third vice president;
Mrs. David Honoroff, financial
secretary.
Mrs. Stuart Gordon, assistant
financial secretary: Mrs. Herman
Wepman, recording secretary;
Mrs. Al Green, corresponding sec-
retary; Miss Edna Heller, treas-
urer; Mrs. Sam Luby, auditor;
Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. Stanley
Myers and Mrs. Sam Blank have
been appointed for three-year
terms on the board of directors,
and Mrs. Jeanette Good has been
appointed for one year.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
ANNOUNCEMENT
TO OUR
PATRONS
ON JUNE 1st
The Original Ownership-
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operation with well known
superb serviceunder the
supervision oi
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OBITUARIES
ABRAHAM PILKUS
Abraham Pilkus, 40, retired
salesman, who came here froA
New York four years ago, died
Tuesday in a local hospital. He
resided at 1136 S. W. 6th St.. and
is survived by his wife, Tillie;
a son, Bennett L., and a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ruth Baumoehl. both
of Miami; two sisters residing in
New Rochelle, N. Y., and three
brothers. Services were held in
the Gordon Funeral home chap-
el, with Rabbi Rackovsky offic-
iating.

MORRIS MAHGOLIS
Morris Margolis, 64, 64 N. W.
28th St., died Tuesday in a local
hospital. His wife, Sara, three
sons and a daughter survive.
The body was sent to Phila-
delphia by the Gordon Funeral
home.
MRS. FANNIE BECK
Mrs. Fannie Beck, mother of
Henry L. GreenC 312 S. E. First
Ave., and a Miami Beach winter
visitor for 15 years, died Monday
at her home in Brooklyn. She
formerly resided at 260 Euclid
Avenue.
SAMUEL ZEITLIN
Samuel Zeitlih, 73, died Mon-
day at his home, 2420 Flamingo
Drive. He came here six years
ago from New York. Surviving
are his wife. Mrs. Anna Zeitlin;
two daughters, Mrs. Abraham
Bciser and Mrs. Howard Rothen-
berg. and two sons, Leo and Al-
exander, all of Miami Beach.
The body was sent to "New York
by Riverside Memorial chapel.
MARK ROSENTHAL
Mark Rosenthal, 51, died Thurs-
day at his home, 827 S. W. Sec-
ond Ave. He came here 19 years
ago from Cincinnati, O. Surviv-
ing are one brother, Walter, and
one sister, Miss Nellie Rosenthal.
both of Miami. The body was
sent to Cincinnati following serv-
ices Friday in Palmer Funeral
chapel.
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The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla.
P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor___________
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 2, 1944
SIVAN 11, 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 22
9-JewisiincrkUan
OF
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TO PUBLIC
(CONTINUED FHOM PAQE 1)
Nominations f"t Del< BHtea ;>t Lars*
(75 Including active officer*) Leon-
ard !.. Abeas, Rudy R. Adler, Man w
Alpert. Jack Aufunt, ......net Beri
man. Sam uiniik. Harry Itlumin. Har-
ry Boyell, Benjamin E. llronaton, Mi
II, B. itr.msii.il. George Chertkor. JacK
Dublnxky, Iiuhk Krankel. Samuel N.
KYIedlanil, (Jeorjce Goldberg". Hpi
c.ililsi.i.m. Stuarl 'ii.iiii'ii. Ijouw Hei-
Mi..n. Mi- Ada Joseph. Albert '};<'";
Itenjnmln E Kane, Hnm Katl, M J.
Kopelowits, Mrs. Moaes Krteicer. Abe
Lachman, Ham 8 Lavlne, Sidney Uer-
court, ltiiii>i Irving Lehrman. I
Levin, Mr.-. I'.iiij imln l aid Lewla Marcle Uberman, J.
M Mpton, Edward I l Luby, It Loula Uvtton, Capt. Baron
.1. iins I. Meyi i*. Benjamin M< v< rn,
Mm. Benjamin Mej i -. Hamuel
.inl.
ATTEND THE ASSEMBLY!
The Community Assembly scheduled for this Sunday is in
itself a large undertaking. The presentation of the Assembly,
June 4th, evidences a concrete effort upon the part of these
important agencies that are participating to let the public
know of their activities. Much money and effort axe expended ^a,erni *{' V:nV,V'i':hii;i'|.-MMi-
on our local service agencies. Commendation and criticism ,V,l.lV,''"s1nm'.'i'viill,Roat Morton ^R
are forthcoming as to their operation and administration. The g*^ S:;%'|'I"J'1 mI,.v,>;"'s,.,,iv,i.!;,'x"'mi'-
service rendered and the results obtained for the community JS?"*f ^"f- K. sh:,,1'"f// Ky'm'L
' I RhOChet, Harry Slmonhoil. WiIINim
have oft-times been evaluated with conflicting answers and singer, Hai sn-kln. Mra. Milton
| Hlrkln, Benjamin Slote, l.t Col Elrj
opinions.
Sunday those interested, and all communal minded citzenry
should be. will have the opportunity to see and hear a report
of some of the work of these agencies.
Sunday's affair will not detail all the inner workings of
these groups, but a broad view. A gracious public attendance
will show proof of an interest and desire by a greater segment
of the community, other than the few workers of each organiza-
tion. A large attendance will make this first Assembly a fore- 'Xi',,'h.i.''ff. d?' Hernwn '.u.''''.' M\f '
runner of larqer, more detailed and qreater presentations in uYin*. ?ili!'lf.r,,,MrS.iHRn!uelJ? M ''
w 3 f Mrs I.III;.ii i, Mills, B .Mm. Hi', it,
the future. It is incumbent that we turn out Sunday afternoon M, ?rryi,"Dn,Snt' APell1'01'' '"'
' *-! Rose, Dr. Albert E Rosenthal,
at 2:30 in large numbers and participate with our attendance Mj ,:""',, "V1, ,','"'".',s''!'"" '" s"!
' r tr Kelevnn, Rabbi Mix Shapiro, Ben 811-
in the series of events that will culminate in the election of Fed- >'?!; M?" S'J.V''''..M!',s- Samuel Simon-
hoff, Mrs. Nat Williams. N.il Zalka,
eration officers to lead this major organization for the com-,'-""1* zinti
A short meeting of the newly
-TIDBITS FROM
fJthidtfy QorifidenUaJt
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
Btone*, Rabbi Jacob Tarshlsh, Her-
man Wall. Bruno u II, Mrs Edward
.1 W.in.-i.-iii. ll.iiM D win.
George Wolpert, Harrj Zuckeri
rhaplain Colman Zwltman*
In Bel \ Ice,
Orgnlxatlonal Delegates aelerted bj
tin ir respe. tlv<
Leo Ackei man. Abe Aion.
1 Berow, Mrs Mark Davl Mrs
Gertrude Raber, Jerome Preehllnc
Mill.'ii Friedman, Islilore fSoldstein,
M Maxwell llMiian. Di Jacob II
ii. I.hi Kaplan. Mrs I ;
K.iui m in. Mri [r\ Ing I., in man, s.
ing year.
elected officers and hoard will
take place following the business
meeting.
There will be no solicitation of
funds at the meeting.
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FREE PORTS
Persistent rumors come from Washington that President
Roosevelt i3 about to inaugurate a system of free ports for the
temporary safe keeping, on American soil, of Nazi victims.
These reports have as yet not been officially confirmed,
but it would be no surprise if they were. Various important
Jewish organizations, as well as important non-Jewish bodies,
such as the American Federation of Labor, have appealed to
the President for the creation of such free ports."
Some have been slow in responding to the idea of free
ports, saying that it smacks too much of an internment camp.
The refugee would be confined to a certain set-apart zone, and
his stay would be only for the duration. Free ports thus do notj manage to escape from Europe
solve the permanent problem of the refugees, they are merely S^te^goar^^th^Heb
a haven of escape. Committee of National Libcra-
Yet such havens are much needed now and. had they been f'?,n pf, {h. ^ablishment of a
,,,.,,,. 'V' "ratine with the Arab pop-
estabhshed earlier, might have saved many thousands who ulation as partners in a demo-
were unable to obtain visas. and*6 ithd c.lviliSed Palestine,
The proposed creation of "free ports" seems to fall in line international Bumor1tyIta con?
with the pattern for energetic activity on behalf of the refugee IT",1, tll(' ,,oly Places of all
OTHERS BECEIIE
(CONTINUED FROM PAQ 1)
which the War Refugee Board, under the direction of John
W. Pehle, has been mapping.
Mr. Pehle has shown that he is prepared to leave no stone
Tnc American League for a
Free Palestine this week an-
nounced that it will convene a
congress in September at which
unturned to save every possible victim of Nazism who can be permanent officers of the league
rescued.
REFUGEE IS HERO OF TWO WORLD WARS
In World War I. Richard Stern won the Iron Cross as a soldier in
the German army. In World War II, Richard Stern again emerged
as a herothis tune as a Sergeant in the U. S. army who saved his
company by persuading a Nazi machine gun crew on the Italian
front to surrender to the American forces. When Sgt. Stern arrived
in the United States in 1939 at a refugee from Hitlerism, funds pro-
vided by the. United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Oversas Neds
and Palatine made it possible for the National Refugee Service to
give him technical training and enable him to adjust himself to
American life. To help other refugees, Sgt. Stern and his sisters
have conducted auctions of silver religious objects in behalf of the
132,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal. Photos show
(above Lett) Richard Stern as a soldier in the Kaiser's army in 1918
(above right) as a aergeant in the U. S. army in 1044. '
will be chosen. An interim ex-
ecutive committee was designa-
ted at the first formal meeting
of the sponsoring committee of
the league which was established
to further the principles of the
recently established 'Hebrew
Committee of National Libera-
tion which seeks a seat on the
council of the United Nations and
demands the formation of an in-
dependent Jewish army.
Alex Wilf, a member of thc
executive committee, was named
executive director of the new
organization. He announced that
the league would launch a mem-
bership campaign and would seek
iLmf'bKZu American public opin-
ion in behalf of its activities He
claimed that the sponsoring com-
mittee now numbers 479 mem-
The American Zionist Emerel
ency Council, which speaks f*
f" major Zionist bodies in
tmfnVnKlted/tates' ^ued a state
merit branding the new commit-
tee "a handful of young men who
rnwi emptinK t0 P*n>etrate .
People "haX UPn the American
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REMEMBER THIS------
Something to remember about Henry H. Klein, lew-baitin
counsel for Eugene Sanctuary at the sedition trial in v5SS!
ington, who introduced his anti-Semitic tirade with the stat
ment "I am a Jew myself": He was never recognized as a lew
until that day in court We predict that he may soon need
a defense attorney himself Father Charles E. Coughlin who
is supposed to have retired from active politics, is busier tha
ever these days, organizing the Order of St. Sebastian *
This order is open only to men in military service, and is ]n.
tended to become the spearhead of the Fascist movement in
America Why doesn't somebody protest against the radio
program of the Church of the Covenant of Dayton, Ohio?
One of its principal broadcasters is Millard Joseph Flenner, who
fulminated in support of the White Paper the other day jn
another broadcast he said: "The main issue of our day is not
the winning of the war, nor the winning of the peace ... The
main issue facing us is the destruction of the hidden hand
which has used gold to take peace from the earth, and hath
given us depressions, bank failures, broken homes and the evil
of its adulterous cup The hidden hand of the schemers beqan
to show up in the Kingdom of judah." .
FLASH!____
It is reported that Assistant Secretary of State Stettinius
back from London, says that Churchill assured him that the
Jews wfll be given a sguare deal in Palestine, and that at the
proper time the American and British Governments will make
a statement ... To us it looks like partition Senora Flora
Trujillo Viega, daughter of the President of the Dominican Re-
public and in her own right one of the country's most disting-
uished diplomats, is said to be making every effort to open her
country's doors to a large number of Jewish refugees from
Europe Phil Joseph, the eminent Canadian lawyer who de-
fended the Palestinian Jews charged with gun-running, has
now returned to Canada The Patriarch of the East, His
Holiness Mar Shimon the 23rd, spiritual head of all the As-
syrians, who now lives in New York, paid homage to Pierre
van Paasen the other day The Patriarch, a young man in
his thirties, asked Van Paasen to include the Assyrians in his
plea for the forgotten allies of Great Britain .
THIS AND THAT____
Why, we have been asked, has the Jewish Publication So-
ciety not held any meetings for the last three years? ... The
Russian War Relief has sent to the Soviet Union clothing and
other textiles valued at $9,626,150.56 The Zionist Organiza-
tion of America is looking for an executive secretary to replace
Simon Schatzer, who is ailing ... Dr. Israel Schapiro, former
head of the Department of Semitic Literature at the Library of
Congress in Washington, now lives in California Since he
retired his department is under the jurisdiction of the head of
the Chinese Department, who knows neither Hebrew nor
Arabic ... An important feature of the Tchaikovsky Museum
now being restored at Klin, Russia (where the Nazis destroyed
the original shririe), will be violinist Mischa Elman's famous
collection of Tchaikovsky recordings, which he has presented
to the Museum Hitler, declares Harry Hershfield, (to whom,
by the way, restaurateur Arnold Reuben recently dedicated one
of his most delicious sandwiches), is as worried about the Tides
of May as Caesar was about the Ides of March .
FAME ....
Leonard Lyons insists it's true that when Hedy Lamarr re-
cently visited the Stage Door Canteen she asked that no an-
nouncement be made of her presence, and spent the evening
talking and dancing with the boys just like all the other hos-
tesses did And the nearest anyone came to recognizing
her was one soldier, who told her, as they were dancing: "You
know, if you were just a little better-looking you could almost
pass for Hedy Lemarr" .
ABOUT PEOPLE____
Congratulations to the City of Boston for having the op-
portunity to celebrate Dr. Serge Koussevitzy's twenttieth anniver-
sary as conductor of its Symphony Orchestra Ossip Dymow,
the distinguished Russan-Jewish-American playwright and nov-
elist, is on the mend after a major operation .... Kenneth Mc-
Kenna of moviedom, son of the late painter Leo Mielziner and
grandson of Dr. Moses Mielziner, is a Major in the Army now
Private Karl Shapiro, former Baltimorean winner of awards
from the American Academy of Arts and the Simon Guggen-
heim Foundation for his poetry, is now versifying in New
Guinea .
FOR THE NAME'S SAKE ....
ihe news that Daniel (Burma Road) Arnstein and his wife
are tiffing because the missus wants to change to a less Jew-
ish-sounding moniker, while he prefers to keep the name he has
made famous on three continents, recalls a story recently re-
ported by Winchell ... It concerns a wealthy gentleman who
was advised by his attorney to change his name frem, wy
Kasselovitz to Kay "Under the Civil Rights act," said the
lawyer, you have the right to change your name" ... But the
client send he wouldn't do it "Because," he said, "I have
a lot of relatives in Europe, and after the war I hope they'll
*>e able to come to America ... But if I chanqe my name they
won t be able to find me whn hv .? w "
find me when they get here.'
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One of these volunteers may call at your
home or place of work soonon the most im-
portant mission of the hour!
In this 5th War Loan Drive, you're asked to
go all-out with every dollar you can scrape up
for war expenditures are greater now than
any time since Pearl Harbor. Double your extra
War Bond investments. Whatever you do, buy
at least one extra Bond now. Invest $100$200
$300-$400more if you can.
Yes, it's that important. The men who fought
and bled and died for you haven't hesitated.
Only by answering "yes" to the Victory Vol-
unteeronly by investing to the limitcan you
come at all close to matching their spirit. For
their sakeand for your own _.
future open your door and VV.~ ^
your heart!
eat,foryou^ dVictory.
ing. America w*"
*v3>2?t," "^P* *li
BacA tie JfacA/- BUY MORE THAN BEFORE!
Enlist Your Services in This All-Out Effort
EMPIRE BAR & GRILL
101 N. E. 1st Avenue
BISCAYNE LAUNDRY
23 11th StreetPhone 5-0254
CROMER WHOLESALE
PlV\ 12 N- *** Street
JORGE'S HIPPODROME BAR & GRILL
E- 2nd Arenue at Flakier Street
FIVE O'CLOCK CLUB
Tr. 211 22nd Street. Miami Beach
iS? SROADWAY DEL & REST.
W Wahino*m Avenue. Miami 1
MAYFAIR CLUB
> Watt Flakier Street
BALL & CHAIN BAR
"U S. W. tth Street
A. & B. PIPE & METAL CO.
500 N. W. 5th Street
CLUB BALI
732 BUcavne Boulevard
ALBURY & CO.
Pier 1. Miami. Florida
FROLIC CLUB
1306 N. E. Bavihore Place
TWIN-CITY TRANSIT CO.
Miami Beach ____
McKESSON-GROOVER-STEWART
200 K. E. 11th Straat
THE DECK BAR
717 Tilth Street. Miami Beech
BILL JORDAN'S BAR OF MUSIC
427 22nd Straat Miami Beech
DR. F. H. FISHER
Complete Optical Service922 Lincoln Rd.. M. B.
VERSAILLES HOTEL
3425 Collins Are., Miami Beech
CHECKER CAB
Phone 5-3411
WINNIE'S LITTLE CLUB
Never a Dull Moment2211 Collins Are., M. B.
HURRICANE CLUB
029 Biscavna Boulevard
MELROSE PROPERTIES, INC.
. 3136 N. W. 27th Avenue
TROPICAL COTTAGES
lOtth Straat and Biacayae Boulevard
DON LANNING'S TAVERN
7*0t Biacavne Boulevard
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PAGE SIX
+Je*lstncrldnan

OZER APPOINTS AIDES
FOR FIFTH LOAN DRIVE
Max M. Ozer appointed Mayor
John Levi, Sam Blank and John
D. Montgomery as an advisory
committee on the fifth war bond
sale launched this week by the
Miami Beach division of the Dade
county war savings committee.
Ozer, co-chairman of the Mi-
ami Beach division, said every-
thing was getting fully organ-
ized for the $10,000,000 quota al-
lotted to his committee.
Samuel T. Sapiro is co-chair-
man with Ozer of the Beach di-
vision.
R. R. Adler, active on the pub-
lic relations and publicity work
of the committee has $1,500,000
bonds to his personal credit alone
in the last bond sale plus stamps.
"It looks as though this fifth
campaign is going to be our best
and certainly it is going to be
the most thoroughly organized."
said Ozer. "I have never seen
such a wonderful, spontaneuos
response to anything."
Sapiro said the campaign was
tied in with the liberation inva-
sion and overseas fighting. "The
people seem to sense great things
ahead," he said.
To dramatize its $10,000,000
goul in the fifth war loan drive,
the Miami Beach division of the
Dade county war finance com-
mittee plans to equip a complete
invasion unit.
Ozer also announced the ap-
pointment of Dr. Maurice Klein
and Mrs. Rose Weiss as vice
chairman of the committee. Day
Klein will form a sub-commit'
tee from members of the Beach
American Legion post, air raid
wardens and the Washington
Avenue Merchants' association,
and Mrs. Weiss will represent the
women's division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, Dr. Louis
G. Lytton will organize Miami
Beach doctors.
POWER COMPANY WILL
"REDDY KILOWATT"
If you were* selling electric
service and wanted to show your
customers a picture of what they
were buying, what would you
do?
If it were any other product
you'd take a picture of it and
publish it in the newspapers,
wouldn't you?
But, you can't take a picture
of electricity!
Therefore, the Florida Pow-
er & Light Company has brought
to town "Reddy Kilowatt" who
is the symbol of electric service,
and who will be the Sunshine
Service representative of the
company.
His name is "Kilowatt." be-
cause it is the most widely used
word used in electrical language
and "Reddy" is his first name
because it is well known that
electric service is always ready
for work.
He is very unusual in appear-
ance, and you'll have no trouble
at all in identifying him with
electricity. His head is globu-
lar, with a lamp-bulb nose,
which makes you think at once
of electric lighting. His ears look
exactly like those very neces-
sary parts of home equipment,
wall sockets. His body, arms
and legs are electric flashes. He
wears rubber gloves and shoes,
as a reminder that you can al-
ways use controlled electricity
in your home with complete se-
curity for any job.
Look for Reddy in the adver-
tisements of the Florida Power
& Light Company, in this paper.
MOVING
STORAGE
HAULING
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COLLINS
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132 V K, 11th St, l'bone 1-47S*
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SPANISH SCHOOL
Conversational
Native Teachers
A Special 45-Hour
Spanish Course
CLASSES BEGINNING
THIS WEEK
Air Conditioned
Free Trial Lessons
1101 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Room 203
PHONE 5-3556
nru. fl*1*01
Water
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME
SGALLON R0TTLE .....(0c
CASE OF SIX N "
TABLE BOTTLES.......15c
Plus Bot1l| Deposit
PHONE 2-4128
At the Antilla Hotel
1108 Pone* 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
Inquiries Welcomed for
Bndge Luncheons and Special Parties
Phone 48-1714
NATHAN GINSBUFG'S ^lAfcft^Bl
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RESTAURANT HrVBT
645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Dietary Laws Observed
SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY
2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS
Meals Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From
1 P. M. 8 A. M.
OPEN EVERY DAY
Ask Your Local
Delicatessen
For the Best

It Costs Ho More,
OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS
Delicious Corned Beer
Pickled, Csoked and Smoked Meats
37tn and Normal Ave. Chicago
"""JgrSPi."
Dear Parents:
Public school is out and your
children now have pWMj
leisure time. For the nex three
months your children will not
be burdened with school work.
Why not use this time to begin
your children's Jewish educa-
tion? Why not take advantage
of the summer to increase their
knowledge of Jewish tradition,
of Hebrew, of the Bible, of Jew-
ish history, of our home and
synagogue observances, of our
fellow Jews in other lands of
the achievements in Palestine.
Jewish education is essential
for the spiritual and cultural
welfare of your children. Wheth-
er your children will be happy
with their Jewishness whether
they can meet anti-Semitism
with inner security, whether
they can do their duty as Jews
of tomorrow, depends upon their
Jewish education. It is your duty
to provide them with our herit-
age.
The Hebrew schools of Great-
er Miami will be open all sum-
mer. A special and interesting
summer curriculum has been
prepared by your Hebrew
school. Summer registration in
the Beth David Hebrew school
and the Miami Beach Jewish
Center will take place on Mon-
day, June 5th, and Tuesday.
June 6th.
We cannot urge you too
strongly to consider your child- j
lens Jewish education and to
give them a thorough back-
ground in Judaism. Register
your child in your Hebrew
school! Spread the word among
your friends and urge them to
register their children.
With the sincere hope that you
will take this message to heart,
I am.
Very truly yours,
A. P. Gannes
Executive Director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education
EXTRA TALENT NEEDED
FOR ENTERTAINMENT
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice Is hereby Riven that the un-
diixlsned. ile*lrln|r to ensSBe In bugl-
.-s, unrter the fictitious mm* of
IIKIJ. CtK.KIB .SHOP at 2031 N W.
12th Ave., Miami, Florida. Intends to
roister wild name In the office of
the Ctsrk of the circuit Court of
lde County. KMId;^ (.ANTQR
Sole Owner
I.K..N A KAPLAN
Attorney f"r Applicant
Notice I* hereby (riven that the un-
derHlKned. deslrlns to ewraKe In busi-
ness under the flctltlouH name or
"PARI8 CKKATOKN OF OISTIN-
fjPISHED NOVELTIES, Miami. VW-
Ida. Intend t" rsftstsr said name In
the office of the Clerk of the circuit
Ootirt of I hide County. Florida.
MAX STAtili
jacqueline i>e solm1nihac
Catherine: d kolminihac
milton a fk1kdman
Attorney for Applicants.
5/19-26 6/2-9-16
FRIDAY, JUNE 2 j J
NOTICE 18 HERFItv ,.^=a^l
the undersigned. "^L01.^ ttj
In business under the fi.?i.J Mfia.1
L^IJ,!,0i? "'; nVii;'!^5S
coin Koad. Miami luV 1 Un.
with the clerk of the .u 7 Mitel
of Dade County. horUta *** '-'!
JOE BRENNER
MVKKS PfeN UH,
derslgned desiring to IV *.
nem under the fl. tiiumv -n bu-
ROYAL moOPCTS V,;m,\.
at 2214 N. Miami Ave Mi.Jd] BfC,
Ida. Intends to reKls ,' ?mJ' n*-1
the office of the <-i.. k' ,rf,'Ln"' In
Courtof.^.. ,-.,,,, [.,XC^>|
.i.\.vii..s \\. .;i..\sski:
MILTON A. FRIEI.Man"'" *'n'r
Attorney for Aiml:.;.,,,
5/19-26 8/2-9-16 *""""
Keep on buying~WarlionoV-
Florida Sells $700,000,000
Worth of War Bonds
Governor Holland Commends People of the State
for Patriotism and Judgment
The people of the State of Flor-
ida purchased $714,606,000 worth
of War Bonds from June, 1941,
when the campaign began in this
State, to April 30, 1944, according
to W. W. McEachern of St. Peters-
burg, chairman of the Florida War
Finance Committee of the U. S.
Treasury, in his annual report to
the Florida Bankers Association of
which he closed his term as presi-
dent at the April convention in
Jacksonville.
"Citizens of Florida are giving
an excellent demonstration of their
patriotism and their good financial
judgment in buying nearly three-
quarters of a billion dollars worth
of War Bonds in the last three
Sears," said Governor Spessard L.
tolland, in his address to the Bank-
ers Convention.
"And this money," added the
Governor, "will prove to be a solid
bulwark for our people in the dif-
ficult readjustment period following
ida are buying an average of SlO.1
000,000 worth of War Bonds each I
month in addition to the large sala
in each War Loan drive.
Florida's record in the four Wu
Loans conducted to date is thorn
in the following figures:
War Loan Quota SaUt
1st ------ S 72,419 009
2nd $ 45,085,000 97,407600
3rd 117,000,000 158,746,000
4th 121,000,000 161,628,000
Florida's quota in the 6th W'
Loan, June 12 to July 8, is $137.'
000,000 and the Florida War fP
nance Committee, while recognizing
the difficulty in reaching such a
high quota during the summer
months, has set up a well organ-
ized campaign in every county of
the state and Chairman McEach-
ern has expressed confidence in the
patriotic fervor of the people of,
this State, their ability and deter-!
mination to do the job well, and has
Miss Ruth Brotman who has
l(i n presenting musical pro-
grams' and entertainment to the
hospitalized service men in this
area, is seeking additional talent
t complete these presentations.
The closing of the season has
created a scarcity of professional j
and night club entertainers. Vi-1
olinists. accordionists, rhumba :
dancers, are among the talent
needed to keep those programs'
going. Special emphasis is be- '
ing placed upon the series of I
programs Miss Brotman is at |
pn senl giving in the military
hospitals m this ana for mental
cases. The government (.'..-
found these programs have done
much to rehabilitate members
of the armed services in this
conditionv Miss Brotman may be
contacted'at 5-3042.
SUBSCRIPTIONS BY MMVKXJALS
TO 4mWAR LOAM
Psretnl of Quoto Reached In Eoen SWt
The Fifth War Loan in Bonds
will be inaugurated June 12, and
conclude on July 8. Let's get
ready for the thrill of putting it
over the top quickly.
UMNO
]8S% fo99X
\nS%mnnr
subscript!::: By individuals.OTHER
THAN SER.LS E. IN A'" WAR LOAN
Ptrctnt of Qjola Rcachod in Each Slot*
IfYouHadMYJOB
KEEPING HOUSE, helping
take care of the familyyou
would realise that business girls
are not the only ones who some-
times get Headache and Tired
Aching Muscles. We home girls
often work just as hard and have
just as many Headaches, just as
many Stomach Upsets and get
just as Tired.
About a year ago, I first used
ALKA-SELTZER
I find that it eases my Aching
Head, takes the kinks out of Tired,
Aching Muscles and brings relief
when I have Acid Indigestion.
The family says I am a lot
easier to live with since I have
known about Alka-Seltzer.
7??i/\tri'? ALKA-SELT-
BsWT If not, why don't you get
a package today? Large package
60*. Small packaga 30, also by
the glass at Soda Fountains. ,
Wk'00\HK4%
this World War." Governor Hol-
land is the honorary chairman of
the Florida War Finance Commit-
tee.
John L. Fahs, of Jacksonville,
Collector of Internal Revenue and
vice-chairman of the Florida War
Finance Committee, announced this
week that Florida led the United
States in the sale of War Bonds
and called attention to the two
maps issued by the U. S. Treasury
Department indicating that in the
total subscription by individuals in
the 4th War Loan, the people of
the country bought 97% of their
quota and Florida folks purchased
iK.Xo lead the United States
with North Dakota as second high
with 139%.
"In subscriptions by Individuals
other than Series 'E' bonds the
country bought 85% of its quota
but Florida led the nation also in
larVfIa8.",fic"tion with word of
186%, with Oregon as second high-
est with 182%,'radded Mr. FahsT
The people of the State of Flor-
given a theme for the campaign_ln
the title of the stirring song
Did It Before and We Can Do a
Again." rr t,k
Executive Manager Karl I*
mann is this week completing*
tour of the State which has rescMJ
every county in Florida s|nce/1*'
1. He was assisted in some of "
counties by the Director and A*
ciate Director of *!***
Robert H. Giedd of St. Peteri*"*
Ralph L. Markham of J**S$3
Director of Administration Kf
Bagwell of Sanford, and W
eleven Regional Managers ol "
State. vice-
chairman McEachern, '
Chairman Fahs, Executive WJ
ger Karl Lehmann, Banking
Investment Director P'""'^
en's Division Director Mrs. 1 nur
ton Roberts of Jacksonville. r
roll Savings Director Robert
Giedd and other offlcmIs ^
duct conferences in the gfJE^s*
of the state beginning Wednesw
May 81, at Orlando.


1944
*Jewistr/cri(fiari
PAGE SEVEN
G^^'^J!^T^BC0^MITTEE b* G< MUnnl Jewish Federation
Help U. Keep | Record of Our Men in Service
^ P*
^.ri I Schwarti. a member
RM,.tenant Marine, is now
0,iw h.Y sixth trip overseas.
makin,! jm twice to Africa, to
ttSSPw Indie Sicily.
&, ind Russia. He has
Sr'rf.fnT since Auk-
%M N. fr. 1st Street
nm Singer, son of Mr. and
ifcW. D. SinKer of Miami made
OCS. this week and reports to
Abiricen. Maryland where he is
| JSI to the Army Ordnance
Division. ^^^
crqeant Ike Gordon, son of
Mr and Mrs. E. Gordon has been
inferred from Camp Murphy
I |o Ft. Bcnniny. Georgia.
A telegram was received here
this week by the parents of Her-
bert Glazerof ol finally confirm-
ed his death in action at Italy.
Previously the parents had been
informed that their son was miss-
| inn in action.
I Recently commissioned a sec-
end lieutenant at graduation exer-
cises at Cram Field, Ala., was
I joe Greenfield, son of Mr. and,
Mrs. Alex Greenfield, 256 N. ET
117th Street.
SERVICE

A University of Miami gradu-
i ate. Robert L. Sprint*, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Sprintz. 4141
Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, has
been promoted to a lieutenant
(jgl in the Navy. The lieutenant
is on duty on a minesweeper
somewhere in the Atlantic.
Lt Peter G. Lehman. 27. son
of Herbert II. Lehman, former
Rovernor of New York and direc-
tor general of the United Nations
Relief and Rehabilitation Admin-
istration, lost his life last month
when the Mustang fighter plane
he was piloting on a "sweating
out" flight crashed on his home
base, an English airfield. A vet-
eran of 57 combat missions
against occupied Europe, and
holder of the Air Medal with
three Oak Leaf Clusters. Lieut.
Lehman died exactly a year after
joining the American Air Force.
Lieut. Lehamn lost control of
his ship went into a spin and
was unable to bail out. The
DFC, it was announced, will be
awarded to him posthumously.
After 18 months of active serv-
ice with the RCAF, which he
joined because the USAAF was
at that time refusing to accept
fathers, Peter entered the Amer-
ican service and six month later,
as? a Flight Officer, piloting a
Thunderbolt, won the Air Medal.
He had then been on a dozen
missions and had had two nar-
row escapes in aerial combat.
Peter's brother and sister are
in service. Capt. John Lehman
is atatched to the 20th Armored
Force, Camp Campbell. Ky.. and
Corp. Hilda Jane de Vadetzky.
WAC, is on duty in Algiers.
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 servicefollc are. what
they are seeing and doing.
JUNIOR CHAMBER HAS
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Nov.- officers elected recently
to guide the Miami Junior
Chamber of Commerce includes
David Stuzin, as treasurer; Sam
Silver and Al Green as directors.
W. J. Callahan, a member of
the accounting firm of Callahan
& Stuzin, was chosen president.
Sgt. Joseph Gorchoff. 22, of
Chicago, a Civil Aeronautics pilot
before joinig the Marines two
years ago. has been awarded an
Air Medal and holds a Presiden-
tial Unit Citation. Radioman,
gunner and bombardier aboard a
torpedo plane operating in the
Southwest Pacific. Sergeant Gor-
choff is cerdited with aiding in
the destruction of a Jap battle-
ship.
Corp. Norman J. Lipman. 21. of
Chicago, a member of the Signal
Corps on duty in the Southwest
Pacific, has received a Citation
from General MacArthur and an
Oak Leaf Cluster to the iCtation.
Pvt. Sol Landwehr. 23. of
Brooklyn, who was in the outfit
that made the first landing in
Sicily, has been decorated with
the Silver Star for his single-
handed capture of five Nazis. He
also holds the Purple Heart for
wounds sustained in the Sicilian
campaign.
The Jewish Publication So-
ciety of American has completed
the delivery of over one million
copies of Prayer Books ordered
by the National Jewish Welfare
Board for the use of men and
women of the Jewish faith in
the armed forces of the United
States.
Now in its fifty-seventh year,
the Jewish Publication Society
printed 200,000 Abridged Prayer
Books for Jewish servicemen in
World War I. These Prayer
Books, then as now, were dis-
tributed by the National Jewish
Welfare Board.
Forty-eight thousand (48,000)
additional copies of this Prayer
Book were distributed prior to
September, 1941.
M DE1GH JUICES
RECEIVE CITSTI3N
FOB LOCAL POSTER
The "outstanding contribu-
tion" of the year to veterans' re-
habilitation won for the Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce a citation of merit from
the Florida Junior Chamber of
Commerce at its annual conven-
tion in Winter Haven, it was an-
nounced.
The citation was received for
a poster titled "One Good Job
Deserves Another," designed and
drawn by Robert Epstein, a
Miami Beach Jaycee and a vet-
eran of the present war.
In announcing receipt of the
award, officials of the Miami
Beach Junior Chamber said the
purpose of the project was to
present to employers of the
Miami area the necessity for a
program to solve the present and
future employment needs of vet-
erans.
They believe that with the re-
moval of Army business and the
diminishing number of small
war industries, enough jobs will
not be available for veterans re-
turning to their homes or for
those sent here for their health
unless business firms lend their
support to the program.
Sgt. Sidney C. Pulver. of Hart-
ford, Conn., ball turret gunner
on a Flying Fortress and a vet-
eran of five bombing missions,
is missing since a December raid
over Germany.
I '* "^ Ke,S(slcr; 38 W" i!ih Cpl. Julius Hamershlag. 24. of
re-.i. am\ .' &Jlffi Brooklyn, aerial engineer on a
pleted the machinist s mate school missing in action over
at Memphis. Ieiin., and been PaVli;al V promoted to private first class.
Rabual, New Guinea. Enlisting
as an airplane mechanic. Corporal
Hamershlag later volunteered for
Pvt. Jerome Goldstein. 26. of
Minneapolis, Minn., has been
decorated with the Silver Star
and the Purple Heart for gallan-
try in action in the South Pacific.
Private Goldstein led an attack
which wiped out three Jap ma-
chine gun nests.
Tech. Sgt. Marvin Henslovits,
20, of Scranton. Pa., who has par-
ticipated in several major battles
in the Pacific as a member ot a
B-24 crew, holds the Distinguish-
ed Flying Cross, the Air Medal,
and an Oak Leaf Cluster.
Lt. Malcolm J. Magid. U.S.A.. """'"""'^ '
s spending a 10-day leave with combat duty"
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
11. Magid. of 1443 West Ave. He Lt. Alfred Feldman. 23. of
is stationed at Ellington Field, Philadelphia, bombardier serving
I Texas. with the AAF for two years, was
... ._ ... ____ lost on a bombing raid over Ger-
Cj.pt. Irving L. Alberts. 1037 many two months ago.
I Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach. _______
la former physician, has completed __, ,. .. .
the medical officers' course of Sgt. Emanuel Lefkowitch. 24
the chemical warfare service at f Jersey City. N. J.. airplane
Edgewood Arsenal Md mechanic and instrument special-
ist, has been missing since the
S Sgt. Abe Trachtenberg. of Philippine Islands campaign. A
Ashley, Pa., flight engineer on a graduate of Lincoln High School
Liberator bomber, stationed in in Jersey City, Sergeant Lefko-
China for some tune, is missing witch has been in service nearly
"action. five years.____________
|Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18, Florida
Seaman 2/c Fred Orner. 22. of
Albany. N. Y., was lost at sea
when his destroyer, the S.S.
Mossen, was sunk 12 miles off
the coast of Guadalcanal An-
electrician in civilian life. Sea-
man Orner enlisted in the Navy
a year ago.
Lt. Morris Konier. 26, of Mil-
waukee, Wis., a navigator par-
ticipating in the Allied assault
on Europe, holds the Air Medal
and the Purple Heart.
When You Pay For ^
B WATCH REPAIRS ^
Why Not Get the Best
Lt. Walter R. Hymovich. 24. of
Stamford, Conn., has been award-
ed the Distinguished Flying
Cross and the Air Medal. A
fighter pilot, Lieut. Hymovich is
credited with "aiding consider-
ably in the recent successes in
the Southwest Pacific area."
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
Capt. Charles Sadowsky. 35. of
'New York City, previously list-
ed in the Honor Roll of Nov. 9.
1043. when he was still a private,
last week was awarded the Leg-
ion of Merit for his contributions
to fighter pilots' gunnery effi-
ciency. "As training equipment
engineer with the New York
Fighter Wing Gunnery School,
he utilized his knowledge of pho-
tography, bore-sighting and ter-
ial gunnery to make valuable
contributions."
HAVI AN
ACCUIATI
TIMEKIEPE*
Technical training
and years et experi-
ence only can make e
man a watchmaker.
You'll And rach kills
at Danzig's. Get the
beat It Cists
more.

JEWELRY 1EPAIUIQ
DANZIG'S
Jewelers
ib HALCYON ABCADE
14". Flatlet Si.
Name___
Home Address
Serial No..
Street
City
State
Birth Date ------- .... Birthplace_...._
Civilian Occupation____________
City
State
Date Entry
In Service-
Marital Status
Branch of Service.....
Full name of arest kin
Relationship_________ Address____
Information Transmitted by______
Telephone number_________________
Date
________Discharged--------
Rank or Rating..
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. QEOROC M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERO
J. W. 8. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIQ, Vica-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac.
Executive Committee
Mr*. Ma* Dobrln, Ben B. Goldman,
Maunice Grotiman. Louia Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry
Kovan. Harry MarkowiU. Alex-
ander F. MHier. at Roth. Fred
Shochet. Milton Slrkin, JOMpn
Stein. Mra.'Herman Wallach. Carl
Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernlck.
PA L M BE A CH NO TES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICE. Representative
ALFAR
CREAMERY CO.
ret the Beet to Dairy
Products
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
Dv
oting Thi, Pb9. to the Efforts of the Army-Nary Committee. Mads Possible Throuflh
the Co-operation of
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M__. .. _. .
Tint National Bank Bldg.
CARL'S MARKETS
Miami Miami Beech
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
' E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
FIXZIT SYSTEM
1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue
1*. WHOLESALE GROC. CO.
N. E. 26th Street
GREEN BROS.
55 N. E. 2th Street
HUB DRY GOODS
U0 N. Miami Avenue
JACK C. JAYSON
non ox
DONALD LAVIGNE-UNIFORiMS
114 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
MIAMI MILL WORK &
LUMBER CO.
535 N. W. 11th Street
MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. Inc.
1701 N. W. 7th Avenue
STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO.
141 N. E. 10th Street
JOSEPH R. STEIN
Miami. Florida
WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB
West Flagler Street et 17th Ave,
WOMETCO THEATRES
Mitchell Wolfson dnT Meyer
Drink
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+Je*lstifk)rl >AY, JUNE 2,


'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
M ARX FEINBERG
Starting about June 15th Sho- tions and appropriations. As in
lem Lodge will initiate a sum- the past, Sholem Lodge has
mer bond drive which will be a commanded quite a bit of ro-
bond drive to end all bond spect due to its strength in num-
drives. The quota will be set at ber and when you realize that
a meeting prior to the convention we are largest B'nai B nth
and the amount will stagger the \ Lodge south of Washington. D. C.
imagination. We understand that i you will understand the neces-
the plans and groundwork being sity of our being represented by
laid for this drive are being
worked out in detail by the of-
ficers and the War Service Com-
mittee and that when the same
is launched each of the brothers
will be approached for a bond
purchase individually. You may
as well gird yourselves now and
be considering what bond our-
chases you will make during the
months of June and July. War
bond purchases have been lax
throughout the country due to
an unwarranted feeling of se-
curity. There is a long ways to
the maximum of delegates. If
any of the brothers feel that they
might be able to make the trip,
please call the B'nai B'rith office
or Milton Friedman immediate-
ly so that your credentials may
be prepared. This must be sent
in to the district secretary be-
fore the convention. As a re-
minder, the district mileage
fund practically pays the travel-
ing expenses of each delegate.
So, if you are debating about
the finances, perish the thought!
At this time tribute should
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end, an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
area are as follows.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM
M UNITY CENTER. 1415 Eucl.tf *.
Kiniii) evening Ml*Ice
NOTESOFY.M.H.A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
lelphla, will chanl Mm ?'" Jun
lor oonaTWatlon at 10:00 a m.JMujI-
..*h v..mi,,v at 7:i.i. Summer session
oMhtHebr.* School will .MftJjin.
:,ih. classes being held fiom '" ""
m. to 12:00 ihm'Ii
Re-
go in the prosecution of this war be paid to one of the most out-
and on D Day the financial con-1 standing members of our or-
dition of the government must ganization since its existence. I
be in such a status as to sustain refer to the late Benjamin Le-
and propel the hugest undertak- | Vine, whose death came 88 a
ing in history. So, when you shock to the entire community
are approached during the next last week. Ben has never been
month tor bond purchases, open well but no one would know-
up. I that from his attitude and ac-
Thks will be the last column tivities. It was my pleasure to
written before the convention in serve with Ben five years ago
Atlanta and we are advised that J when the membership of our or-
the Lodge is entitled to 21 dele- ] ganization numbered some 250
gates, and up to date, onlv 17 and the treasury was as empty
have been issued credentials. A as the butcher's meat case. Ben.
stronger showing made by our as treasurer and membership
organization at the convention chairman, personally brought in
will mean more consideration over 200 members by himself.
from the district as to alloca-
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SERVING MIAMI BEACH
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF M'AMI.
form. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami.
K.-kuIhi- Friday evening ervlc.?'
":15 p. in. with Rabb. Jacob Tanh-
ith conducting Mm iervlce
BETH DAVID" CONGREGATION.
Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave..
Miami. Frldaj evening services '
T |j o'clock Haturdaj morning ><
- 30 regular service* i......lueted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Summer sem-
ester ol the Hebrew School, begins
\i. i ,i;.>. June mil '""" I..... '< '" '"
1 .mi ii. m.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, rYlila) evening service*
.,, 7 30 o'clock Saturday morning
Meivlcea at B 30 o'.....k. Lecture
"Religious Upliftment." Aflel.......I
nervlcea il J 3 Bthicn of the rath
era will be tllxcURHed b> Rabbi Moses
MoH'heloff, followed bj the Shalos
SriiHi is,
SCHAAREI 2EDEK CONGREGA-
TION, Orthodox. 1545 S. W. 3rd Ave.,
Miami. I'i kin) evenl prvlces nl
;.i:, p in. Saturday morning Kenloi
, nta 11 h ., i s So, follow '! b\ the
.fail: i.. i service .it 10 10 Rabbi Simon
Anril will uddresn I hi children. At
10 i. in Kabbl \i" 'I will condui i
tli, stud) oi the Bthlcs > followed b) the Mlm-ha ami Manrev
ami the Shnloy S, udos
24-HOUR
Ambulance Service
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
servative. 781 41st St.. Miami Beach:
Services are scheduled for Friday
evening at 7:15, Saturday morning
services "ill be held al 9 SO and also
service* al 7:80 p m. Cantor Abra-
ham Frfedman will chant
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
590 S. W.
17th Ave.. Miami: Services are sched-
uled f"i Frlda) ;it 7 is |i in and
Saturda) al 9 a. m. and 7:18 p. in
l>ail> scrvlcea at I ::" a m and T:J.'i
p in.
m
;md the committee, under his
guidance, increased the member-
ship to 1000 up to two years ago
when he was forced to become
inactive due to his health. His
friends were lesion and his ene-
mies none. He has left an indel-
ible mark upon the Jewish coin- GREGATIC-N, Orthodox,
munity and to his lovely wife
and children, the Lodge extends
its most sincere sympathies. We
will miss Ben.
Bill Kesselman has done a re-
markable work with the Hillel
House in Coral Gables. The
place has been refurbished and
is beautiful to behold. Out of a
membership of 1000 I don't be-
lieve that over 25 members have
actually seen the inside of the
house. For shame. Hillel is as
important work as we do and
because we have a paid director
there is no reason for you to feel
1 that your work has been accom-
I plished. Your moral, as well as
financial help is needed, and it
1 would be propitious for the |
[ Lodge to sponsor a social affair I
tO be Riven at the Hillel House Sunday. June 4th
to acquaint the membership1 "ommunltj Assembly, starting al
HAT
HEN
H E R E
(Tala cuiuiiiii ib uolHlUCteU oy no
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Ii
cooperation with The Jewish Florid
lan as g community service To Inforn
tin- *.iiiiimnit\ of your organisation's
ictlvltles ami i" avoid conflicts ii
dates, phone 3 411 and ask fol
"Cuinmunlty Calendar." Notification
must reaih Federation no later than
, uesua) t"i inii-iicatioii that week i
with its functions and purposes.
These things should be brought
j to the attention of the executive
committee.
| At meetings it appears that
i by the time we Ret to good and
i welfare everyone is so tired that
1 nothing is ever said or done.
There are a lot of good ideas
resting in the dormant skulls of
most of you fellows and I would
appreciate some of your views
so as to reach the membership
through the medium of this col-
umn. May I please hear from
you.
I WANT MY MILK
And B Sura Its
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dbcto Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Oar Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
Announce (ha
Beginning of
Camp Activitlea. June 5th
1149 Jama* Avs., Miami leach
Phone 5-3849
The Fifth War Loan Drive
will start June 12th. Be pre-
paredjmd get it over in a hurry.
AZAL ESTATEMI AMI BEACH
ii "i Mi.i i i tvoma '* i 'lu
1737 n Bayshore Drive, Miami.
Monday, June 5th
Jewish Btudj Group, ages H to is.
sponsored bj the Bureau "f Jewish
Kducatlon in cooperation with the
Town "r," i.'ic; s. w .,th st 7 30
I" !' 3" |i 111
Tuesday. May 6th
Hudassah Board Meeting 2 00 Ii
in Ml mil (Tiaptei National Home
foi Jewish Children at lienver, resj-
ular i......tltiR, 2:00 p m Temple
Israel Board Mi etlng, l 00 d m
Wednesday. June 7th
Jewish Btudj Oroup, ages u t., iv
sponsored by the Bureau ol Jewish
ImIui atlon In cooperation with the
I .nil "V," l l .in, oln Float! S 00
to I :'" p in.. National Council o|
Jewish Women, afternoon; Work-
men a ('In le Branch No 69i, regu-
lar meeting
Monday. June 12th
J. wish Btudj Group, aces 11 t.. is
sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish
Kducatlon m cooperation \\:tii the
rown v. I6J7 s W, :.th si ; |o
t" ,ii .in |. in Hadasssh Regular
_Meetlns, 00 p m Miami r|i;, .
Keep on buvlns War Rond--
With business as brisk as it Is
these days. I find it more diffi-
cult than ever to make these
weekly dead-lines. It seems that
it was only yesterday that
wrote last week's column, and
here it is time to rush to the
Kl.indian office immediately
with this weeks copy. Howev-
er, I have plenty of good news
for youand I do mean you!
Memo of Executive Director
Our hard-hitting executive di-
rector has just returned from a
conference of the National Asso-
ciation of Jewish Center Work-
ers in Cleveland, Ohio, and has
sent the folowing memo to all
members of the Y board of di-
rectors:
Cleveland Conference
I have just returned from
Cleveland where I attended the
conference of the National As-
sociation of Jewish Center
Workers. At a later date I shall
give a complete report of this
conference, but presently I
would like to state that in com-
parison with other communities
throughout the country, Miami
is doing its sjiare of communal
work. Many communities face
the same problems we do so that
Miami is not different from any
other city. I think, judging from
the experience of others, that
we can "hold our own" with any
other city of comparable size.
Community Assembly
The Community Assembly will
take place on Sunday afternoon
and evening. June 4, at the Mi-
ami Woman's Club. The Miami
"Y" has a great part in this as-
sembly. Beginning at 3 o'clock
on Sunday afternoon, there will
be a dramatized workshop ver-
sion of the type of work that
we are doing. Our projects de-
picted will be our dancing class
and our Home Camp. There will
also be an exhibit of our work
displayed in the lobby.
Home Camp
Plans are complete for the
Sixth Annual Home Camp Ses-
sion which will commence on
Monday, June 12. If you have
a child between the ages of 4 and
1 14, register him or hM. .
diately ygfgftt*
the 018 IfUzvos th%3
Jew should observe ffl*S
many Other are symbols ann 2?
ens of good luck and so. fciff"
ing that trend, we UMsSfr
out our 13th AnnuaT Da "J""-
Tuesday. June 20, a ff?J5
Gables Country Club fcS
of. the lucky ones and attend01!!
will be a get-together f ?
bers and friends. Cv W^hi!
and his Country Club^SS.
will furnish the music for da'r
ing. Tickets are $1.50 per ^"
son, including tax.
Community Center
I have still heard no reports
on plans for a community Cen
ter Every time I have friends
visit here from other southern
cities, they are shocked at our
facilitiesor lack of facilities_
a ur Ys. Let's get this project
underway.
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