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The Jewish Floridian ( June 9, 1944 )

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pTpAY HAS COME-V-DAY ON THE WAY! ibdliexwiisltUEIIiDinidliiaun •• THE JEWISH UNITY omdb THE JEWI SH WE ^LUMTTT ^nJMBER 23 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS Fifth War Bond Loan Drive Organization Plans Completed Shol.m Lodge Bnai B nth W iil officially participate in the Fifth War B<>nd campaign starting Ju.u 12th, with the organizalun striving to sell sufficiens bonds to sponsor the purchase n f two submarine chasers known "' ,. !>. These fighting Sips I at $1,000,000 each and will be dedicated, after the iccessful effort, one to the %  : Miami Beach arid the other to the citizens of Miami. On Miami Beach, the Lodges effort will be in conjunction with that community's drive to sell sufficient bonds to cover the ourcha.of an entire invasion unit C( ting SI0,000,000. The Beach Wai Bond Sales Division, now in the process of organization, will open its drive with a mil entertainment the Miami Beach First Federal Savings and Loan Association on the Beach. Buyers must specify that B'nai B'rith is to receive credit. A city-wide campaign reaching into every organization at Miami Beach—its object to raise $10,000,000 for the Fifth War Loan drive—reaches its climax at 8:30 p. m. next Sunday when a mass meeting has been called at Flamingo Park. Meridian Avenue, when a gala program of; entertainment will be presented. Ten million dollars. Army officials have revealed, will completely equip an invasion unit with everything from rifles to landing craft—so organizers of the campaign have termed it an "invasion war bond drive." Samuel T. Sapiro, co-chairman of the drive, predicted that the huge and Sunday evening at Flamingo i full amount will be pledged at Park All of the participating | this mass meeting. orgai: including Shotem "Interest shown by individuals Lodp have representatives and organizations here leads us, present • i take part and sell | to believe we are going to subbonds for their respective groups, j scribe even more than the iiu,an, chairman of • 000,000," he declared Attendance Large at Synagogues on D Day Synagogues in the Greater Miami area were filled with worshipers last Tuesday evening following word of the Invasion. Special services and prayers were said. Rabbis delivered special sermons to the gatherings, all key noting the thought that the Invasion was a means to a speedy end with Victory as the outcome. Synagogues and temples will remain open daily throughout the invasion period for individual prayer and the spiritual leaders request that anyone desiring advice and guidance should not hesitate to call upon them. Special prayers for victory and for the men in the Armed Forces will be recited daily and at every service, they stated. Greater Miami Y Home Camps Open With Large Enrollment Louis He the B'nai B'rith Bond Drive, announced that all bonds sold to individual Series E. F. G. and Treasury Notes, are credited to the organization during the Fifth War Loan Bond Drive. June 12 to July 8. The Lodge will include the period, June 1st to Augu-: 1st. as the dates for then and during that time, othi : than June 12 to July 8, only E. F. and G bonds will be credited toward the PC boat sponsorship. A affairs and progran., are being arranged to intense, thi bond drive and details will be announced next week. Activity iias already begun by the organization and included a special Invasion Day effort. Participating in the one day drive were Harry Gerstein, Alex Cohen, Morris Gerstein. Leon Kaplan. Stanley C. Myers. Louis Leibowitz, Ed Lovitz, and Louis Heiman. drive chairman. The day's effort resulted in the large sum of S.120.225 in bond sales. Arrangt menta have been made for the sale of B'nai B'rith bonds at the I), |e Federal Savings and Loan Association and the ShoJem Lodge office, 330 Seybold Building, in Miami, and the Mercantile National Bank. Miami Beach Fust National Bank, and Goldman Leaves Miami for J. D. C. Organizations desiring to sponsor specific equipment for the invasion unit can earmark their purchases, he said. The meeting will climax a week of special events, planned in cooperation with the organizations and the city of Miami Beach. .„ I A parade on Saturday will focus attention on the mass meet. ing the following night. Rep\ resentatives of all organizations on Miami Beach will report, briefly at the meeting on the amount of pledges they have obtained. Entertainment planned for the occasion may feature the appearance of a prominent screen star. "Outfitting the Outfit" slogan and plan have been adopted by the women's division of the war finance committee, Defense Council of Dade county, for its part of the fifth war loan drive scheduled to start June 12. Mrs. T. T. Stevens announced. Letters of invitation^iave gone to all women's groups, headed by the six sub-division chairmen appointed by Mrs. Stevens at the beginning of the war bond drives in 1942. Included among those chairmen is Mrs. Monte Selig. who also serves on the registration committee. Benjamin B. Goldman, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has been named Director of Community Information and Service oi the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, it was officially announced by that organizaiton this week. Mr. Goldman will assume his duties in the national offices of the JDC. 270 Madison Avenue, New York City, early in July. Mr. Goldman announced his acceptance of his new post at the first meeting of the newly elected Federation board of directors i held Sunday evening. At the I same time he tendered his resigi nation of his present position and recommended a successor. I The Board passed a resolution commending Mr.Goldman for (CONTINUED ON PAOE 4) The sixth annual session of the Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.A. Home Camp will commence on Monday, June 12, with one of the largest enrollments in its historyFor the past several weeks, a counsellors' training course was in progress under the direction of Maurice Grossman. Conferences were held with the counsellors weekly and the programs discussed. Despite war-time obstacles, the Miami "Y" boasts of having an excellent staff. With Louis Lipsky, youth activities director, who will be in charge of the "Y" camp for the summer, the program pron to be an outstanding one. In addition to the usual Camp activities and projects, two newprogram areas have been devi loped, a class in journalism and a class in first aid, by a Red Cross instructor. Scholarships have also been provided for those who cannot afford to pay, so that no one need be deprived of the fine projects the Camp offers. Arrangements have been made with the Department of Health of Dade County to have a visits ing nurse in attendance at regular intervals. The Home Camp of the Y.M. & W.H.A. of Miami Beach will open on Monday, June 12th. at 9:30 a. m The Camp will operate from Monday to Friday each week for nine weeks until August 11th. Rates for members are $7 per week while non-members pay $9 per week. Round trip transportation is available at SI a week extra. A well-rounded instructive program designed to afford maximum fun and enjoyment for the campers will be carried on under the supervision of a highlytrained qualified staff. Jack P. Marash. executive director, will personally supervise the Camp. Assisting him will be Arthur Trow, physical director of the V. who will be in charge of the swimming program. Ruth Sklar will supervise the sports program. Leading the music activities will be Lillion Mesin with Fiances Cooper in charge of dramatics. Ina Marash will be the arts and crafts instructor. Assisting in the Camp program will be Pat Sterner. Alan Westin. Harold Rubel and Freida Ankus. The midget division of camp, boys and girls from 4 to 6. will have Ada Shemer in charge of the program assisted by Anita Heyman. The entire staff is a well trained and experienced group. For the past several weeks meetings have been held to plan the Camp season. Wellbalanced, wholesome and nutritious lunches approved by a physician, will be served to the children. At the present time registrations are coming in rapidly. Dr. H. Alfred Phillips, Camp physician, is now examining all Campers. A LANDING PARTY YOU CAN JOIN LIBERATION BODY IS DISAV OWED Jerusalem (JTA)—The Jewish Agency for Palestine and the Jewish National Council of Palestine—the two leading bodies of Palestine Jewry—this week 1 issued warnings to all •'serious minded people" not to be misled I by the newly-formed Hebrew Committee for National Liberation" which claims to represent the Jews of Palestine and %  • 1 r P e Branding the formation of this Committee as "an unscrupulous piece of political charatanism. the Jewish Agency said that people "should not let themselves be misled and confused by freak bodies assuming high-sounding t.Ues." The Jewish National Council used similar expressions in denouncing the Washing on BIOUP Vigorous attacks on the fcbrew Committee, for Nationa Liberation are published in all Palestine H ebrew newspap ers. jEWISlTcOMMUNI^ TO JOIN SYNAGOGUES London (WNS)—The Jewish secUon of the Communist party here ** sX week ad P ted reS lution urging its members to join synagogues and to become actfve in Jewish religious social, educational and cultural organizations. The meeting att which the resolution was adopted was attended by many non-Jews, including Callacher, Communist member of Parliament. Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.A. Engages New Director for Youth Activities Louis A. Lipsky has been en500 boys and girls of high school gaged as director of youth activage, under the supervision ol the ities for the Town "Y." Leo Ackerman, president, has announced. Mr. Lipsky is' a graduate of Columbia University where he earned his Bachelor of Science, majoring in health and physical education. He also attended Savage College for Physical Education in New York City. His experience in the organiNew York City board of education. Presently Mr. Lipsky will be in charge of the Home Camp. He will arrive Friday afternoon and will take immediate charge of activities. Sholem Members at Dist. Meeting The Fifth District B'nai B'rith convention will take place this week-end In Atlanta, Georgia. Delegates from Florida will join those representing the six other states in the District convening Sunday morning at the Biltmore Hotel for the two-day session, formally opening at 10 a. m. A war time program has been scheduled and prominent speakers will address the gathering. The district auxiliary will meet at the same time. A delegation of more than twenty will leave from Miami on Friday. LOUIS A. LIPSKY JEWISH SOLDIERS SHOWN HONORS London (JTA)—Jewish soldiers in the Polish forces fighting along the road to Rome have distinguished themselves in the bloody battles which are raging on the Fifth and Eighth Army fronts, it is reported this week by a front-line correspondent of the Polish Telegraphic Agency. "Many examples of the courage, heroism and patriotism of Polish soldiers of the Jewish Taith can be quoted and they are spoken of appreciatively by the zation and administration of children's activities has been ex-1 tensive. Among the activities he has conducted are athletics, clubs, dramatics, gymnasium activities, newspaper publications, Community Center publicity and Air Corps commander and other coaching of sports. I commanding officers," the corUntil recently he was in. respondent writes. charge of a Community Center — -rf-—— which has an enrollment of over Buy Stamps and Bonds. j %  %  r. ,. i • 3



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PAGE TWO WEDDINGS Miss Frances Sonneborn, daughter of Herman Sonneborn. 3025 Meridian Avenue, became the bride of Capt. Harold Katzman, Army Medical corps, Utica, N. Y.. Sunday at Miami Beach Jewish center, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. The bride attended Florida State College for Women and was graduated from the University of Miami. Capt. Katzman has been asKigned as a surgeon to Venice Station hospital, Venice, Fla. He was on the staff of St. Elizabeth hospital in Utica. N. Y., before entering the army two years ago. He and his bride will live in Sarasota. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver announce the birth of a baby boy at Jackson Memorial Hospital last Monday. Mother and son are doing nicely. Miss Louise Dubin and Lt. Milton Garfinkle, USAAF, were married by Rabbi Irving Lehrman in the penthouse of the Versailles hotel last week. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss, of Miami Beach, left Thursday for their summer home at Avon Lake, Ohio, where they will remain until October. Miss Dolly Pont will vacation in New York for three weeks, leaving here June 10. House guests for the past sea son of the aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Miss Esther Leviton returned to her home in New York and her sister, Mrs. Kaile Mirleman joined her husband stationed in St. Louis. Misses Naomi and Rita Grossman are sojourning on Miami Beach at 1623 Meridian Avenue. 9-JmisiincridUan GENET ANNOUNCES NEW LOCATION Martin Genet announces the removal of his offices for he general practice of law to im i Albion Building, 311 .Lincoln I Road, suite 201, Miami Beach. i Mr. Genet is a member of the faculty of the Beth Jacob Sun,lav School and directs several Ol its junior activities. FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1944 Mr. and Mrs. Anton Loeb. 425 Lenox avenue, announce the birth of a son, June 6, at the St. Francis hospital. BRISM Brlsim taking place during the week and officated at by Rabbi S. M. Machtei included the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Habib. at the St. Francis; Capt. and Mrs. Charles Stern, taking place at the home of the grandmother. Mrs. Rose L. Louis. 242 N. W. 27th Street; and Mr. and Mrs. M. Dubrew at Jackson Memorial. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. IfflKI THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fri. and Sat. Mat.. June 9-10 // HARVEST MELODY" ROSEMARY LANE JOHNNY DOWNS Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Tues. June 10-13 Up In Mabel s Room M1SCHA AUER GAIL PATRICK BINNIE BARNES DENNIS O'KEEFE MARJORIE REYNOLDS LEE BOWMAN COMING SOON! BETTY GRABLE. in "PIN UP GIRL" Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle are in Hendersonville where they will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bronston of Miami Beach are enjoying the three week stay of their son Benjamin Joel, prior to his returning to Mercersbura Academy, in Pennsylvania where he is enrolled. He will visit with his sister, Mr. Irwin Harris in South Orange. N. J.. for a week enroute to school. SCHAAREI ZEDEK TO HOLD EXERCISES Schaarei Zedek will confirm its first class of Sunday School graduates at a special service to be held June 11th, Sunday evening, starting at 8 o'clock, at the synagogue. 1545 S. W. 3rd Street Rabbi Simon April will have charge of the ceremony and will address the confirmants. The mothers of the students will be hostesses to members and friends during the evening. Confirmants are Walter A. Apfelbaum, Sampel April, tisther i ttassin, Garvin Kleber, Bernice Kostoff, Joseph Mintzer, Dolores Schulman. Rose Schulman. Murray Dan Shear. Edward Siegel. Barbara R. Weiner, and Murray H. Zissen. SISTERHOOD TO HAVE PARTY Upon graduating from the Mi| ami Beach Senior High School last Thursday. Nelson Kemp. 900 West 43rd Court. Miami Beach, was awarded the PTA Scholarship Award for Outstanding work. He will enter the University of Miami in November. I Mrs. William Clem has left for an extended trip to visit her immediate family and friends. A watermelon party on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Joe Zalis, 1668 S. W. 14th Ter., Miami, will mark the close of the season's activities for ii.i Miami Jewish Orthi do* Sisterhood, Cards, bingo and other games will be played and members and their friends are invited. 11 %  ste • for the evening, the president of the Sisterhood, Mrs. /.alis. will isu 'I by Mrs. Goldie Mandel and Mrs. A. I. Orlanskv. NEW PERSONALITY GREETS FLORIDIANS Taking his place with other famous characters used in advertising, a new "personality" comes to Florida and makes his first appearance In the pages of the Jewish Flondian. He is "Reddy Kilowatt.' and he will represent the Sunshine Service of the Florida Power Sc Light Company. The symbol of electric service —and styling himself, "Your Electric Servant," Reddy Kilowatt is a unique personality. He w ill be constantly before you. not only in advertising displays and in the newspapers, but through his many activities of a civic and patriotic nature. Wherever there is something going on which con. corns those he serves, such as a War Bond rally, Reddy will be on hand, trying to be of service I —for "service" is his middle ; name—or would be, if he had one! Roddy's head is globular, with a lamp-bulb nose, representing 1 the first use of electricity—lignt1 mg. His cars represent those indispensible little "gadgets" we call wall sockets. His body, arms and legs are electric flashes. and he wears rubber gloves and shoes, as a reminder that in controlled electricity you have a service both safe and economical fi r any job. "Kilowatt" is the most used word in electrical language—so it was chosen for his surname. Electricity is always ready for service—so "Reddy" seemed the most appropriate given name for him. ELKS TO HOLD SPECIAL SERVICES Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kaufman, of 334 N. E. 26th Terrace, will spend the summer in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lurie are vacationing in the North for the summer. While away they will visit their children and friends at Baltimore, New York. Washington, Asbury Park. Albany, Utica and Amsterdam, L. I. MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1254 Washington An.. Miami leech la New York 76th St Aastttdam Aw. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE • 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXTGEN EQUIPMENT Mr. Abraham Bramson will leave Sunday for a three month visit with relatives and friends in Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kurman and family are leaving Saturday to spend the summer m Hendersonville. Stuart C. Apte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte. will enter Gordon Military College for a four year course on June 10th. He Is a recent graduate of Shenandoah Junior High, and left this week for Barnesville, Georgia, where the college is located. Special FlaglDay services under the sponsorship of the Miami Elks Lodge will take place Wednesday, June 14, at Bayfront Park starting at 8 o'clock. The committee includes: William Shay no. ehairman; Norton Ganger. James A. Dunn. Caesar LaMonica. Roy W. Singer. Lee Mason, Andrew G. O'Rourke. A. S. Goldman. R. E. Norcross and Frost Bailey. Ceremonies will involve participation by the armed services as well as civic and fraternal groups, beginning with a parade which forms in front of the court house at 7:30 o'clock. Main ceremonies will be held in Bayfront Park. A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. Buy War Savings Bonds. Alka-Seltzer II AVK you tried Alka-Svlt** ser fur CM en Stomach, Soar Stomach. "Mnrninf Aftar" and Cold Dlatraaaf If not. why not? Plraaant. prompt in action, adectiT*. Thirty eenta and Slity cents. MHV. NERVINE 17 OR relief from Functional Ntrr Toua Disturbance* auch aa Sleealeaanaaa, Crankineaa, Excitability, Narrooj Headacha and Nervooa IndiCMtion. Tal.lcta tt and "it. Liquid 2S and H 00. Read direotion* and uaa only aa directed. j. ANTIPAIN PILLSta^r: SINGLE Dr. Miles Anti-* I'a.n Pill often relietea Baadacha, Moacalar Peina or Functional Monthly Pains — 2S for 1S. 11. fortl.OO. Get them at your drug itore. Road direction and neo only aa alrastsrl PESTERED BY PESTS? Phone 5-4353 APEX PEST CONTROL SERVICE 824 First St., Miami Beach 16 Years in General Exterminating Experience AcWAVv^ZZZA^SSZ^iWj 2.&&&2S?: 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 Qg?'gW l 22gg2gWV797?W^^^ TUami for REST CONVALESCENCI OHJCHRONIC CASES Movdi $M*b* Your Comple% 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 ASSEMBLY TERMED A GREAT J3UCCESS The Community A... ., last Sunday, the first afrits kind in this commum?v lr f termed a success by Eft w ? ers as well as the several W" red attending. The -.n i und fair at the Miami W„ ma n fe saw a scries of prcscnt-itiJTT^ six local service a K "n ,Tb V in* various %  J55. groups. 0I the Closing the assembly was tk. annual meeting of the vZt e Uon taking pl/ce^n Ae fc a dinner with more than i i hundred in attendance. R^ of the organization were ? dercd and the meeting was M? sided over by the retiring „ e ident. Sam Blank. 8 pres A plaque was presenter! Jake Sher as a token of "pprec? ation for his efforts as chaE of the record-making 1944"Si" eration campaign. Mr. Sher re sponded briefly. Monte Selie newly elected president 0[the organization, made the presentation and addressed the gather mg expressing thanks for the privilege of serving Federal !" Othfr hC f a r f r "if SRS Other officers chosen included Stanley C. Myers, honorary president; secretary. Mrs. Max Dobrin; treasurer, Dr Frank Corct; vice-presidents. Jacob Sher, Carl Weinkle. Max Oro vitz, Joseph R. Stein, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Maj. Mitchell Wolfson. The slate of officers as recommended by the nominating committee was unanimously adopted. NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS Mrs. Beatrice Chapman. New York social worker and clib leader, has been appointed director, of Bnai B'rith Birls. CHURCHES GUARDED BY WAR VETERANS Buffalo, N. Y.—Churches in the Niagara and West Delavan section of Buffalo were protected from the wave of vandalism spreading throughout this city by a volunteer patrol composed of members of the two local posts of the Jewish War Veterans. Following the d serration of four churches, the J.W.V. members offered their services to the Buffalo Police Department for a six hour patrol from 7 p. m. to 1 a. m. in the districts where the hoodlumiem occurred. Their offer accepted by the police, the J.W.V. volunteers reported for patrol under the supervision of Deputy Police Commissioner James McDonald and Inspector Jeremiah R. Cronin. CAMPS KEEYUMAH CARMELIA IN THE POCONO MOUNTAINS—ORSON, PA. Elevation 2000 feet; private lake; modern bungalowi, all facilities' dietary laws; private camp for boy* and girls 6 to 1. Tuition S325 season (July and August). Write MRS. A P GANNES 1121 8th 8TREET. MIAMI BEACH *f?Sun Ray Park 'esort •OOIITC~" MIAMI • w • 1 floirn „ JO'-COtiat-fLOPlOA MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 When You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-M79 Dependable, Conscientious Service OLD SARATOGA INN Blscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundaye From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. 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^tf.JVMSj^ *J*nisti florid/inn PAGE THREE face Facts • BY Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Ant i Defamation League 5 difficult to focus your j tteM days as the radios SK to invasion news. How b 5w our own problems appear P n tht I'K'" "' tne catastroph,c *5BI|JMJ murt Ko on. As BenGodman pointed out to his .vcelknt addnss at the FederS dinner last Sunday, the 2„,nP front m many aspects is as h TnnunT as the battle front. ffl ulurly. when we realize f ha wh.le our troops are winS5 the battle against fascism "road we are in danger of losme that battle here. 'lor thai reason the Anti-Detomation League has to go on in porous fashion asserting that SSocracy-The way of life we know and love must go on: that it Democracy is to continue, the rights ol minorities must be Suarded: and finally, that lT members ol the minority croups must recognize and assume the r< jponaibilitiea of eood citizenship. To attain these ends we must continue to implement our program. We must broadcast this message through every channel available to us. We must be vigilant in safeguarding individua js from perst i ution based on their I %  era oi a minorII, We must battle everlastingly against those whose self-appointed mission is to deThat is why AIM. is interested in promoting programs which will tei ocracy in the >chool systi That is whv ADL works closely with the American Legion. The Miami Round Table, laboi unions and other croups. That is why ADL works on individual cases as well as general public relations. And talking ol public relations we have a cheerful note to refer to you. Your director cropped by the Blood Bank at the Florida Power & Light Co. the other day. The young lady who makes out registration cards apologized for not being able to spell B'nai B'rith, when she was told that ontribution should be so ere lited. "I've had to write this name out BO frequently during the past two weeks." she blushed, "that I should know how to spell it by now." Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. PROPAGANDA GETS GOVERNMENT O. K. Montevideo (J T A) — Intensified anti-Semitic propaganda in Argentina, which is tolerated by the government, culminated this week in organized terror against Jews in the province of Entre Rios and in a call for pogroms in Buenos Aires. Reliable reports reaching here from Argentina reveal that crowds attacked Jewish stores in various sections of Entre Rios and smashed windows of JcwiSh homes. The province is in the hands of a clique known to be outspokenly anti-Semitic. So serious were the attacks on the Jews that the Federal governor of Entre Rios was compelled to issue the following statement: "My attention has been drawn to the fact that acts of violence has been committed against the Jewish population and that the Jews have suffered damages. Such acts can only be carried out by irresponsible lements. I have issued strict orders, and the Jewish population may be assured that they will enjoy the rights granted by our constitution to all those who respect the laws of Argentina." The call for a pogrom in Buenos Aires was issued by antiSemitic groups in connection with the "Day of Resistance" which democratic organizations in the country have proclaimed for June 7 as an expression of protest against the muzzling of the Argentine press by the government and the suppression of free speech. On that day stores and offices of those sympathizing with the passive resistance movement will be closed and work stoppages will occur. Asserting that the movement for passive resistance "has be m instigated by Jews" unsigned leal lets, which have been distributed throughout Buenos Aires during the last few days, call upon the population to smash the windows of all Jewish shops which may be closed on June 7 and to attack Jews in the streets. J. W. VETERANS PRESENTS COLORS Jewish War Veterans. Freda MarkowitZ Post 174. presented colors at the Invasion Day services held at Beth David Congregation. The Auxiliary reports progress on the Fifth War Loan Drive which will end July 3rd. Thengoal is $106,000 which will purchase an expeditionary hospital and convalescent camp. Workers can be contacted by calling 3-1822 or 2-1025. MAX M. OZER DIES AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS The body of Max M. Ozer, cochairman of the Miami Beach division of the war finance committee, who died Friday night, was sent to Cleveland. O.. his tinnier home, for services and burial Thursday, by Riverside Memorial chapel. Arrangements BETH JACOB WORKING ON WAR BOND DRIVE Under the leadership of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, who is personally directing the campaign, Beth Jacob Congregation and Beth Jacob Sisterhood have joined together in working for the Fifth War Bond Drive. Although this is the first time Beth Jacob as a unit, has participated in any bond drive, Rabbi Mescheloff has set a goal of $100,000 and committee members are already hard at work to put Beth Jacob over the top. Tables have been set up in front of the Community Building, 311 Washington Ave., and committee members are on duty to sell bonds and take pledges every morning, except Saturday, until noon, and every evening from five to eight-thirty. At the invasion prayer meeting held Tuesday evening at the synagogue, pledges were taken for over $55,000. Sam Sapiro, chairman of the Miami Beach division, addressed the meeting. Hewas presented by Mrs. Rose Weiss, co-chairman, and board member of Beth Jacob Sisterhood. Assisting Rabbi Mescheloff on the congregation committee artDavid Goldstein, Harry Wasserman. William Mechlowit/.. Max Feit, Mel Tannen, Louis Miller. MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR DR. ZHITLOVSKY On the first anniversary of the death of the Jewish pholisipher, author and educator. Dr. Chaim Zhitlovsky, a memorial will take place on Sunday, June 11 at 8:20 p. m. in the Musicians Federation Hall, 542 N. Miami Avenue. Participating in the program will be the first violinist of the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. Herbert Barmel; the Miami Yiddish Folks Chorus under the direction of Adelle Golob; a life long friend of Dr. Zhitlovsky, Mendel Rosenbaum, will tell some intimate stories about the philosopher's life; the writer and lecturer, M. Holtman, will give a review of Dr. Zhitlovsky's life and activities, and Dr. J. M. Glick will be the chairman of the evening, arranged by the Zhitlovsky Memorial Committee. Keep on buying War Bonds. A POPULAR DAILY FOOD... Diitincliv.ly diff.r.nl in flavor temptingly crllp and dlicioul ... a light, whol.iomt food yo"'" nnlovl were completed upon the arrival Attorney Mil n Weiss an A of a son. Capt. Ba.ley I. Ozer, of ^me? ftarthi^ Genet the army air corps, stationed at P^iffffiSKd committee. Boston, Mass. I Mrs Ljllian G M li8 Mrs Sv ,_ Ozer, 61, subject to heart atv ia Genet. Mrs. Anne Ben.w. tacks, was planning details of the Mrs. Freida Kelstein, Mrs. Samforlhcoming tifth war bond sale Ul> i Grundwerg. Mrs. Harry Ol which he was co-chairman. Hayes and Mrs. Moses Meschelwhen he was stricken. He was 0 ff to have presided over an organi izational-executive meeting on Sunday. For the past year Ozer had made Ins home at the Versailles ; — hotel. He was a former execu! The Miami Beach Jewish Cenlive of New York Life Insurance ter is sponsoring a pre-vacation Co. at Cleveland. He was a win| card and mah jongg party Batter visitor here for many years, urday evening, June 10, at the PRE-VACATION PARTY AT CENTER and for the last three years spent most of his time in Miami Beach. He is survived by his wife. Mrs Blanche Stone Ozer. the son, Capt. Bailey I. Ozer. and a daughter, Mrs. Paul Mode of Indianapolis. NEW LAW FIRM IS ANNOUNCED Justice of Peace designate Kenneth Oka and Attorney Harold B. Spaet and Irving Nathanson have formed a partnership to be known as Nathanson, Oka and Spaet. and will be located after July 1 in the Chandler building on Washington Ave. Center. The affair will close with a buffet supper. Open to members and friends reservations are being accepted by the chairman, Henry Ungerleider. For Victory—Buy and keep on buying bonds! Buy War Savings Bonds. ,-•-•> Gtod to meet yeu folks! My name is ^ A -p. v^ HERE'S WHAT I CAN DO FOB YOU! "1'irr. i from your Florida Powrr A UfM Company's lolrrconnnlrd •*•lfin ol tuprr power (tallow I am UM %  &*£$2 >mbol of Mrrlrlc Service, Ike performrr ol mafic thai imoolhi our lrrn tnj ol We ... lurm the buy wlmrb ol y—r Imliulrtn ... make* your work akori aad • eel. I rtcognur no job at being loo tpufn or wo large. I m ulirt pol.tr | 0 etery family pwUbok.lhaeiuutadtedpatlee • • • the ability lo wall foe daya ami IUala lime behind e>ea Ike moal ""Med tltCtfta millet, Jnal la rate >m mmhi U | |Ke wwnXt —I """ice, I <*>tr ri ii rro o, wrari ud rmrtm ble foe an •Ftvmlrarnl. *• • null,, of fart, 1 !" > full of pen and ao an law to 1 n*M, ibai your •lightntfilnt la my CM to dig kv 11w l|U of Sunnine Service run* warmly la my ,ru %  irur lo ihr nlk degreenf failkful ntrta'rmanra In oihrr words, I'm yonr devoted Electric Servant on Ike alert, every aeeond ••.y of Ike day or nlgkt, rain or aktoe. foe your every command to yonr nonac a* licalry ami obediently your. 'roun gt n inj n your servant! 13th ANNUAL DANCE Sponsored by Y. M. & Y. W. H. A. 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PAGE FOUR JenistncrkHan HUDAY, JUNE 9. KUJ The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Pla. P. O. Box 2073 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 19S0 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 9, 1944 SIVAN 18, 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 23 D-DAY—THEN V-DAY D-Day has come! Long awaited—long anticipated—long looked forward to. Invasion began last Tuesday, and with its coming there was a tightening of the heart and a quickening of the pulse. Good news it was termed when speaking one with another. The broad smile, the gleeful grin, the joyous beam, all were missing as one to another faced countenances with that far off look. Yes—we anxiously awaited D-Day and when it came we faced it with trepidation. We humans know the price we will have to pay. All with dear ones in the service we feel how close to home this war has been brought, and with that closeness, we see more clearly—more fully the whys and wherefores of this battle. The invasion is the means to an end—to more speedily end this strife and struggle—more rapidly return all of us to a normal living. We are ready to make the supreme sacrifice to insure the future. We hope and pray that our losses will be few and our struggle short. D-Day has come—V-Day is on the way. NOT YET WON THIS WAR IS NOT YET WON. True, we have taken Tarawa and the Marshalls, North Africa, Sicily and Southern Italy. True, even now our lorces are pounding at the fortress of Europe. But— THIS WAR IS NOT YET WON only for the dead is ii over and they, thank God. are yet comparatively few. But what of the living? What of the many wounded —the men whose hopes, whose dreams, whose futures depend on what we do to support them now? THIS WAR IS NOT YET WON. We at home have only begun to fee! the weight of our debt to our fighting men ... to the living—to the wounded—yes, above all, to the dead. Ours is the responsibility to work, to save, to buy all the War Bonds we can. to smooth the road THEY must travel that the journey may be made swiftly and the end reached soon. THE WAR IS NOT YET WON. Invasion comes high-and the cost in blood will be heavy indeed. Never before have coasts been so fortified as those in the invasion areas, with defense miles deep, roads mined, pillboxes everywhere. NO, OUR WAR HAS JUST STARTED-and the sooner we accept all our responsibilities, the sooner it will be won. Out on somo bloody battlefield, a boy you know may live to fight en to final Victory if you do your part here at home. Your part, in addition to whatever else you are doing, is lending your money to help pay the tremendous costs of war Thai certainly shouldn't be looked on as a hardship. Hundreds of thousands of our fighting men are really enduring hard 6hips. living under the worst possible conditions—and buying War Bonds besides. What about those of us at home, living in comparative comfort and security, many of us earning more than we ever earned before? We should consider lending money to the Government a privilege as well as an obligation. And then we should keep lending—every cent we can possibly spare—until the war is over and won. GOLDMAN LEAVES MIAMI FOR J. D. C. (CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1) I his work on behalf of Federa\ tion and the Miami Jewish Community this past year. Mr. Gold| man's new duties will include %  direction of the community or! ganization work of the JDC. su' pervision of its field staff in this country, and administration of : its publicity and public rela; tions program. The Joint Distribution Committee is the major beneficiary of the United Jewish Appeal and is universally recognized as the outstanding Jewish philanthropic organization in the world. Its 1944 budget is SI7.000.000. In a letter addressed to Federation President Sam Blank, the JDC Executive Vice-Chair' man Joseph C. Hyman. cx| pressed appreciation to Federa; tion and the Miami Jewish Comi munity for making it possible for Mr. Goldman to assume his new post. Mi. Hyman'a letter states, "As you can understand. we had many reservations about depriving your community of his services. It was only the great needs and problems facing the JDC at this tune, and the even greater tasks which we will be called upon to assume in the very near future which made us feel that such a step was justified. In this expanding program we will require the help of young able people with the thorough background and training which Mr. Goldman possesses. We hope that the immediate loss incurred by the Miami Jewish community in the transfer of Mr. Goldman's services to the JDC will be compensated for by the knowledge that through us. he and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be enabled to increase its services to our fellow Jews at home and abroad." Mr. Goldman has been executive director of Federation since July, 1943. Prior to his coming to Miami he served the Jewisn community of Buffalo, N. Y. for three and one-half years successively as executive director of its Jewish Welfare Society and the United Jewish Fund. Hi has been engaged in the field ol Jewish social service for over fifteen years. His other positions included administrative assistant with the National Refuge* Service, and assistant directoi of the Edenwald School for Boys in New York where he served for five years. Mr. Goldorganized the Emigre Service Bureau of New Jersey with state offices in Newark and was firsl director. He is a graduate of the Graduate School for sh Social Work and holds a master's degree in social service. His undergraduate university work was at the University Of Wisconsin and Western Ri ser\e University. Mr. Goldman is a native of Cleveland, Ohio. He has been married for seven years and is the father of a three-year-old son. Robert. -TTDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMuctfy Confidential -By PHINEAS I. BIRONSAIUIETOTHE SECOND FROM} MIAMI LITTLE THEATRE TO PRESENT COMEDY The Miami Little Theatre will present a three-act comedy entitled "The Animal Kingdom." by Philip Bainv. 0 n Monday June 12th at 7:15 p. m at the YM.4• Y.W.HA. 1567 m S : W. 5th at. ine play is under the direction of Alice Horint Wallace and is cast as follows: Daisy Sage. Pat Hamilton; Tom Collier. Howard Donald; Cecilia Henry. Maebelle Kittle; Grace Macomber. Mane Angler: Joey Fisk Ruthe Wilson; Arthur o7en John Ball; Richard Kegan. LeRoy Austin; Rufus Collier w, !" # C mf"5 ,, Frank Schmidt, Harriet Mandell. PROMINENT CANTOR TO APPEAR AT CENTER Rev Charles Sudock. prominwi l C hL m 2 r Ne > W Haven Conn, will be guest soloist at the serCemeA^T' Beach '5h Center Saturday morning. Rev Sudock will render several soservice !" ^ <***** of K SA^OrnS~CHAIRMAN OF ZIONISTBOND DRIVE At the recent meeting of the executive board of the Miami Beach Zionist District OrgViE tn Philip Salmon was sole. Fifth w erVe x aS chai !" an of the Fifth War Loan Bond drive for asL CRnSSk Mr SSnSJ fn th 2: members co-operate at 1612 d wrh a n i to 5*K him Pho 1 ne 12 o-4418 hlngt0n Avenue or JEWISH NEWS There is an atmosphere of optimism in Zionist circles based on reports from London ... But we predict that befo the next two months are over that optimism will have evarx) 6 ated The British Colonial Office's scheme for partition will propose a Jewish Palestine so minuscule that even Dr. Maqn will be horrified The Committee for a Jewish Army, aHas the Emergency Committee to Rescue the Jews of Europe i, suing Pierre van Paassen, Kenneth Leslie and The Protestant magazine to the tune of $100,000 Seems to us like a rathe strange culmination to the Committee's insistence that Va* Paassen did not write the letter, published in The Protestant 1 which blasted the Irgunists sky-high Shalom Asch's appeal to American intellectuals on behalf of Jews suffering from antiSemitism on the part of the Polish government-in-exile will be published as a booklet within the next few weeks Boju political conventions will be asked to endorse a plan to outlaw anti-Semitism in America. OUR ARMED FORCES Congratulations to Herman Schulman, the nated attorney and chairman of public relations for the Zionist Emergency Council, on the graduation of his son from Annapolis Youna Schulman is an ensign now Anna Rosenberg, New York regional director of the WMC, also finds time to serve on a committee that provides entertainment for soldiers hospitalized in this country Mrs. Rosenberg's son, Thomas J., is a lieutenant in the Air Corps, on active service in the European war theatre The only Civil War veteran to participate in a New York Cty Memorial Day parade was Daniel Harris, sole survivor of the over 8,000 Jewish soldiers who fought in the Union Army Private Irwn Shaw's new play, which deals with the North African campaign, has received the censor's okay for production Highest scholastic average ever attained in the Medical Admnistrative Corps Officer Candidate School is the mark of 98.07, scored by 2nd Lieutenant Irving H. Schlesinger, now on active duty abroad Corporal Gerald Greenberg, former editor of The Columbia Jester, feels he has established some sort of record in the number of holes he has dug and tons of rocks he has carried in the service of his Uncle Sam And his only complaint is that the chain on which he wears his Phi Beta Kappa key often gets entangled with his shovel. PRECEDENT Back in the continental United States for a well-earned leave is Army Chaplain Harry Richmond, who has been at his post at Pearl Harbor right along, although his family was evacuated long ago Incidentally, it wasn't until he arrived here that the Chaplain made the acquaintance of his youngest child, born in the East some months after Pearl Harbor ... But what we started to tell you is that immediately upon his arrival in New York Chaplain Richmond did something that his colleagues may well take as a precedent. He called a meeting of all the parents of local boys he had seen in Hawaii, and gave them delpiled reports of their sons INTER-FAITH DEPT Aime Palliere, the French priest who became a rabbi, and who authored "The Unknown Sanctuary," has died in a concentration camp in Poland, where the Gestapo sent him .... Morris J. Solomon, member of a Brooklyn yarn firm and active in Jewish philanthropic affairs in that borough, has taken the chairmanship of the Catholic Seamen's Institute's current campaign for funds Just as we were about to announce proudly that the New York Yankee baseball team has an outfielder named Ed Levy, our illusions are destroyed by Winchell's assurance that Ed is an Irishman The film "Mrs. Skeffington," which is being advertised as a story of love and romance, really deals with intermarriage, but none too intelligently Aside to the editors of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia: No less a personage than Vice President Henry A. Wallace used your excellent reference work to look up the Baal Shem, whom he considers "one of the great prophets of the common man" • ; • The Vice President recently told Rabbi Louis Novick of Washington that he believes that in times like these the Baal Shem doctrine can be very useful not only to Jewish people but to people everywhere, adding: "His simple preaching of hope and joy under the most difficult of conditions must never be forgotten" ABOUT PEOPLE In a recent private poll held among editors of large American dailies Dr. Stephen S. Wise was selected as the most popular figure among Jewish leaders in this country Have we told you, by the way. that Dr. Wise is anticpating another grandchild, which will be presented to him by Justice Justine Wise Polier of New York Children's Court? Add things we never knew before: That the wile of department store biggie and War Refugee Board representative Ira Hirschmann, and co-tounder with him of the New Friends of Music concerts, the tamed concert pianist Hortense Monath ... A new war song, telhng the story of a German soldier's wife, has been written by Lion Feuchtwanger. and Kurt Weill has composed me music for it But at last reports no English translation of the lyric had as yet been made Strange but true: Jacob Epstein 8 latest bronze. "Girl with the Gardenias." failed to create a stir in London The wedding dress Paulette Goddard wore n,,m!L u marr 16 1 Ca P t Burae Meredith was a neat Wile JI^T e picked U P on h 'cent USO tour-in Erett Israelto be precise OBTAINABLE BVERVWHERK IN FLOBID* KOSHER ZION HATJSAGE CO. PRODUCTS J* •— NMWMl Av*.



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0,VW^ "Jewish fhrMkui PAGE FIVE fe Did It Before — We Can Do It Again I FIFTH WAR LOAN STARTS JUNE 12th B'NAI B'RITH SPONSORS TWO FIGHTING SHIPS •' ONE SUBMARINE CHASER costing $1,000,000 made possible by War Bond purchases of the citizens of Miami Beach— and ONE SUBMARINE CHASER costing $1,000,000 made possible by War Bond purchases of the citizens of Miami. This means CASH— NOT Bond value! Campaign runs from June 1. 1944 to August 1. 1944. All War Bond purchases to individuals count during Fifth War Loan Drive (June 12th to July 8th). including Treasury Bonds of any series. Help B'nai B'rith reach its quota by buying your War Bonds through B'nai B'rith. at Dade Federal Savings & Loan Association American National Bank of Miami Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach Miami Beach First National Bank Miami Beach Federal Savings & Loan Association B'nai B'rith Office. 330 Seybold Bldg. Phone: 3-6306 NOW fOR THE BIG POSH Get Behind The Invasion Drive Invest More Than Ever Before! Double...Triple...What You've Done In Previous Drives! Hie Job Is Big-You've Got to Dig! OLD FORGE RESTAURANT 432 W. 41st St.. Miami Beach DIXIE TIRE CO. 101 S. W. 1st Street, Miami BROWNIE'S BAR & GRILL 201 N. E. 2nd Avenue THE PALMS BAR & GRILL 145 N. E. First Street HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS 76 N. W. 14th Street LUBY CHEVROLET CO. 1055 W. Flagler Street SIMCO SHOES FOR MEN 1317 Washington Avenue STEVENS MARKET 2201 N. W. 62nd Street AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S. W. 8th Street HALPERT'S CREDIT JEWELERS 140 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI IRON & METAL CO. 2481 N. W. 32nd Avenue WILLIAM D. SINGER Royal Castle System. Inc.. 8 S. W. 2nd Ave. JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP 74 N. E. 20th Street KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Avenue NORTON TIRE CO. 500 W. Flagler Street DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. EAST COAST FISHERIES 360 W. Flagler Street GEORGE BERTMAN. REAL ESTATE 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. McGINTY'S SINGING BAR 235 N. E. lit Street FAYMUS FAY'S 24 N. Miami Avenue RUBINSTEIN'S WOMENS' APPAREL 1026 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. CERTIFIED POULTRY & EGG CO., INC. 728 N. E. 1st Avenue A A EXTERMINATING CO. 2388 W. Flagler Street GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th Avenue MAX'S DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 1131 W. Flagler Street STEVENS WOMEN'S APPAREL 45 E. Flagler Street DIXIE MUSIC CO. 701 North Miami Avenue = i %  % 



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PAGE SIX +Jewish HerMUan YOUNGSTERS CLIMB ON TAM WAGON Time was, not so very long ago, when mother ruled the roost as far as choice of the family's food was concerned. She was the sole arbiter, and hers was the final word regarding the daily menu. But today the younger generation has an ever-growing voice in determining the family's eating habits. More and more, the youngsters' likes and dislikes, their special tastes and preferences influence the planning of meals. Surprisingly enough though, the younger generation shows remarkably good judgment in its appraisal of food values. For one thing most children today have been infused with an awareness of the important role played by wholesome food in building strong bodies and good health, and this awareness is reflected in great measure in their choice of Tarn Tarn, the perfect cracker, as their favorite betweenmeals snack. Of course, many other considerations enter Into their choice, not the least ot them being Tarn Tarn's thoroughly delightful flavor and crisp freshness. As a result, more and more school lunches now include Tarn Tarn. by special request of His Ma jesty, the youngster, and a great many mothers find that even the most recalcitrant fugitive from a glass of milk can be brought to terms by an offer of Tarn Tarns spread with jam. Dinner time again provides an opportunity for thi average child to indulge in his favorite cracker, For some unfal I reason, ] most child) en an fa < inated by the idea of floating something in their soup, and on< pat ticular characteristic ol Tarn Tarn thai seems ; il to them strongly is il does to everyone rise is the fact thai Tarn Tam ren crackling crisp even when it's float) d in soup. But youngsters have no mono%  "ii their preference for Tam Tam. The grown-ups have amply demonstrated that they, too, < n joy this delicious cracker more than any other, and at mealtime or between meals, at parties, teas, and every other occasion, the general consensus oi opinion is that anv time is time for Tam Tam. LEADERS WANT "FREE PORTS" Washington (JTA) — Congressional leaders advocating tin establishment of "free ports" in the United States as temporary havens of refuge for Jews from Nazi Europe this week interpret* ed President Roosevelt's statement on the subject as notice to the world that the United States would do its part in setting up temporary places of residence for refugees and would expect other countries to do likewise. President Roosevelt told his press conference that he was working on the subject of "free ports" but added that he did not like the name. He did not wish to limit the idea to areas m the United States, he said, emphasizing that there were many places In the worold where refugees might find temporary shelter. The President's rejection of the term "fr< e pi irts" w as seen as an attempt to eliminate a posI sible source of misunderstanding I and subsequent controversy. It is feared that the word "free" would sound to the uninformed as though all checks were to 11 abandoned. Suggested I" replace the discarded term wen such names as "safety port" or "refugee port." MAY USE CAMPS FOR REFUGEES NEW AUXILIARY TO HOLD AFFAIR The newly organized won i cluli ol tla> Workmen's Circle Branch -\"e. ti:i2 is sponsoring a 0 and card pai tv Sin, i, I June 11th. at 25 Washington Avc, Miami Beach. The party will start promptly at 1' p. m. Tick< Is may be secured fi members ot u„. club or ; ,t the door. Refreshments will he served. .Members and friends an urged to attend. Washington (JTA)—The United States government is considering taking over army camps which are no longer needed, as temporary shelters for refugees from Europe, President Roosevelt disclosed this week. He told his press conference that he has conferred with John W. Pehle, executive director of the War Refugee Board, and Secretary of the Treasury Henry L. Morgenthau. jr.. on the proposal. Queried whether he meant to exclude the United States when he suggested, last week, that there were other places in the world where the refugees could be cared for. the President replied that the matter was one requiring common sense He asked whether it would not be sensible in view of the lame numbers l more than this amount? W maintain the average bocL hl > others will not be able t n r man a arge bond and win fc 8 uch make their extra pur^s. iV to form of a $50 E bom? • h or a $26 bond at $S. '* ^ Fill Stamp Albums Thousands of citizens of IWi have partially filled star !" ? nd Every War Bond of whatever^ nomination, whether bought ft cash or through accumulates ff Saving, Stamps, will Sot only Jg Florida meet its quota but will •nreaehing the quota of yonTSw? ty^ndtownasaparto/theS IT PAYS TO BUY AT LUGGAGE SHOP 18 M £ l-'AV£. .*JO>,ACII PH0H£ 3 2603 HOD C M* SWAM D V Kti ui TUT • tZJLINCOLN PMONC AOA.0 Phone 2-7195 Licensed & Insured Bill Battcock PAINTING CONTRACTOR 3720 Biscayne Blvd. Miami. Fla. Liesnir D m 'Loin tot. ?o rt*fts ~ r-r- Ct=s homes —SIGHTSEEING. AT ITS BEST Now see those w.iterfront arid estates on the residential islands of Miami. Miami Beach ,r om he double deck boat. See the difference! DIESEL POWERED YACHT SEAS Fare $1.00 JEWISH FOLK CHORUS HAS NEW QUARTERS Miami Jewish Folk Churns has changed its headquarters and n hearsals are now held • every Wednesday night ;it H p. m, ;.i the hall of the Miami Federation of Musicians. 542 N. Miami Avc. New singers are always welcome. The Jewish Folk Chorus is planning ;i series oi excursions for the summer months. Tinfirst of thesewill be n moonlight cruise on the Yacht "Biscayne," Pier No. 7. on Sunday evening, June 18. Gala entertainment, including songs by i the chorus, is planned. Tickets are limited and are available by contacting Harry Rose at 703 W : t lagler. Dai SEVEN ly 1:30 P. M Phone 2-1825 %  Pier b,. Bayfront Park. HADEN MANGOES $Q.95PerBox O (Lug) Shipped Anywhere East of the Mississippi .... Express Prepaid Florida Products Co. 2414 Galiano Avenue Phone 4-6061 LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED AND REPAIRED KEYS MADE Hargrove's Key Shop 241 W. FLAGLER ST. ^^^^—I'll 3-5048 ^**0*0t0*n 0tm0 0 m*0 0t 0i0*0wi i 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 ORNAMENTAL IRON REPAIRS Doors. Screens. Grill Work and Every Kind of Metal Work Repairs CALL G. M. Dykes Iron Works. Inc. 69 N. W. Third Street. Phones 2-3274—2-5960 J.W.V. AUXILIARY TO HOLD MEETING The Ladies Auxiliary of the li War Veterans will hold .< lunchi on on Wednesday. June ,' 2 J5 p. m. at the Child's! : •'• Easl Plagler Street. No reservations are necessary At this time the progress of the war Bond drive will be disCUSSI ((. ALKA-SELTZER BRIGHTENS ^ P^tsjt. MY DAY America featured the $100 War Bond on page 1, Monday, June 12, the opening clay of the 5th War Loan, while hundreds of weekly, semi-weekly and tri-weekly papers carried this bond on page 1 of the issue nearest June 12. Floridians have made an enviable record in the War Finance program of the Treasury, compared to its neighboring southern states, as again shown by the figures just released by the U. S. Treasury showing that in the 4th War Loan in January and February this state led the other states by a wide margin in the purchases of E bonds, the people's bond, in proportion to population as shown in the figures of the 1940 Federal Census —these per capita figures are: Florida $21.45 Alabama Tennessee Cieorgia Mississippi South Carolina 14.90 13.86 13.37 12.87 11.05 Every county in this state has an E Bond quota as its proportionate share of Florida's state quota of $137,000,000 in the sale of this popular type of security. This is a terribly costly war; our government is spending $10,000,000 an hour, $240,000,0(10 a day, and our costs are of necessity increasing as we get deeper into the invasions of German and Japanese held territory. It will take everything we have to win this war, but unless we win it nothing else will matter. We must curb the unnecessary spending of every dollar. These dollars will buy less food, clothing, shelter and other necessities of lift than ever before in our history; goods are scarce, prices are high and we should buy only what we need. Dollars saved now and invested in War Bonds will buy better and cheaper goods after the war. The Florida War Finance Committee, under the leadership of State Chairman W. W. McEachern of St. Petersburg, urges every man, woman, boy and girl in this state to buy an e-tra $100 War Bond during the 6th War Loan, if possible, and if you cannot do that, buy a $50 or $25 bond, fill up that stamp album and turn it into a bond now. LEGAL NOTICES .I.-PV/J;'; i -''-", '> Kiv-n that tba un" %  i-.."l. desiring to engage in bust. ;,-, under the rietltlou. nama of ;.-.•'•'•""'<"•: SHOP at IW1N W l'i iV., '.'• """' %  ll ll l: >Intends to he ri t ";'."'" "' ""• ffl "•>' '-<•''-,;;' Fter.^ !" C0UPt <" A. CANTOR, LEON A KAPLAN S "'" ltven LEGAL NOTICES deStened'^KS; ti V B t '"' "9nai 1.1.,,i "V" .;•* %  %  '" butd'li. ofn... ,'V 7 V "? ,rt nam W x-Sr'-W*?"" MM/ r ,^ A l ,t ^ ( 1 ( ,, 1 v ^'^''N.MAC Notli • %  la hereb) givi n that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bmin eaa under the flctli : Ri >YAL I'RODt'CTS i N"i INC, MI 2214 N. Miami Avc Miami. Fkffiila. Intends i.. reglsti said name i> Hi.< %  rri. %  ...f Hi,i 'I. i k ill the I'inJil i "in i lENTY 0 F Water DELIVIRirj TO TOUR HOME %  •MUM BOTTLC t 0 C $E OF Six S T BU BOTTLES ; 5 Plus BoMIt Deposit. PHCNE 2-4128 QCCASIONALLY. I wake up in V-* the morninf with a Headaohe ",^? m *^ a "•* off along the ^ f Sf SZP* but I don^ want to wast that long. > I drink a laf of sparkling ALKA-SJELTZER Then if. AUrA7sH/gi£i*& todmj1 *- n your dr}iM wUn CORRECTION watk'.*^ "PPwinK in last !5aH3S &**£& Noil.-.is hereb) giv< thai ih<-underaigned, denlrlng I %  n DUS !j neaa under the fictitious num 'S, .MIAMI MONUMENT t'O., .""OT INC.. at 3:'7!> b \\ Rth 8t., lasuBt Florida, Intend i glxter iwW n* 1 "' In the office 'f Hi' ; k of _' Circuit Court <.f Dad< County, f'" r Ida. s II PALMER L, p KBROBftOM MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Appliranl /-l-2->07/7 rt-gret the Abe Lachman mistake. ""sLiiws^Sh, r hu p ^: (1HNKRAI. PAINTING CLEAN WORK DONE BT HBHT MSCHANirS Eft BE BSTIMATEa NO JOB TOO I^Ml'.K OB TOO SMALL ,„_ J D. OILHRKATH I'Al.NT CONTRACTOR l*H. 3-oe?0; If no answer. J-5 |0§ "MJGUST BROS RYE ti the BEST.' HFQODI At the Antllla Hot. 1108 Pone. d Leon "Coral Gables Finest" DINING ROOM HOURS. Wook Days Sunday I 5:30 to 9 P. M. 4 to 9 P. CLOSED EVERY FRIDAY Inquiries Welcomed tor Bridge Luncheon* and Special P* rt "* Phona 48-1714



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GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMTTTFF Q J L „ Of The hwkk Welter. B £d^ P £,? ft Gre ^ r ^^ Iewtah F fc"* Help Ui KM P • Record of Our Man in Service) SERVICE I LOCAL BOYS Bernard Serkin. son of Mr. and JTBS Serkin, spent a furM -h with his parents in Miami jfwSk prior .returning to his P st ^rZo' 0 n hn of ,h ^ S S. t ."aft Who wa" Sith the PAA *r L years. in Camp Perry vSnia. for his basic training n the U S. Navy. He is the kroner oit Murray Zohn who is ft USNavy and is stationed in Sanford, Fla. BATTLFSONGIFOR A JEWISH BOMBARDIER By Lawrence Lipton Lt. Col. Magnus S. Altmeyer. For death by (lame and death by has been appointed special assis*Jewist>ncr/dUawj PAGE SEVEN PARADE! Captain Alfred Augustine, former exodontist and oral surgeon in the duPont Building, is chief dental examiner for the State of North Carolina, at the Armed Forces Induction Station. Fort Bragg. Captain Augustine has been stationed at Fort Bragg for the past two years. 1st. Lieut. Leonard Korsakov. engineer of the U. S. Army, is spending a ten day leave with his father, Jacob Korsakov. 443 S. W. 4th Ave. shame And secret name death without a Brother mine. lilt up your head For sackcloth and for ashes black We pay this fiery payment back • Brother mine, lilt up your head For murder done by day and for The midnmht knock on the door .... Brother mine. lift up your head For knoutwi back and bleeding groin We fling you down this bloody coin .... Brother mine, lift up your head tant to the commander of Air Transport Command installations at LaGuardia Field, Lt. Col. H. R. Gilchrist announced in New York. While a resident of Miami Beach, Col. Altmeyer resided at <45 Atlantic Way. His son. Magnus S., jr.. also is an Army Air Forces officer. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shulman, 528 Lincoln Road, today were notified that their daughter. WAC Lt. Florence Shulman. had been promoted from second to first lieutenant at San Bernardino Army Air Field. Cal., where she is stationed. For rack ruth Eye for tooth and torment without eye and tooth for Technician 4/c Ceil Alexander Citron, son of Mrs. Rose Citron. 1320 Drexel Ave., is serving with the signal corps installation company in Italy as trick chief operator. Brother hft up mine, your head TECH HIGH STARTS SUMMER TERM For pain beneath your iron heel Taste our ho', i.vcnging steel .... Brother mine, lift up your head Where numberless my brothers bled Now count your own unnumbered dead .... Brother mine. lift up your head! MrLipton, author of the bestseller, "Brother the I.aug is Bitter, dedicate the above poem the Committee for a Jewish Army of Stat. less and PalestinjJ? J t v iich he is a memThe summer term at Technical High school started June 5, with all earned credits eligible for transfer to other high schools, school officials announced. The term will continue for 12 weeks, ending August 25. The trimester plan makes it possible for a student to enter Tech High from the ninth grade and complete the six terms of work and be graduated with senior high school credits in two years. There will be no tuition charge for the summer term, and registrations are being accepted ;-t the school. 1410 N. E. Second Avenue. Buy Stamps and Bonds. Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army_Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida Serial No. State Name Home Address Street City Birth U;i, <' Birthplace City State Civilian Occupation M arital Status P at ~ e Entrv Date In Service Branch of Service FuI1 nar e of *arest kin Relations! ''l> Address. ^formation Transmitted by.._. Telephone number Discharged Rank or Rating. The Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received "on* those in service. These will be used for publication on i he Serv ice Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian. the daily press and national publications. Send original or copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Committee, Box 2973, Miami 18. Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk are. what truy are seeing and doing. WELFARE PROGRAM HITS NEW PEAK Jacksonville — The state welfare program has attained a new peak, following the distribution of additional old-age assistance funds and the opening fro investigation of all applications for aid to dependent children filed not later than April 1, State Welfare Commissioner Leland W. Hiatt announced here today. In Dade county, Hiatt said, combined old-age assistance, aid to the blind and aid to dependent children grants for May aggregated $83,964.50, or at the rate of $1,007,5774 per year. Troy C. Davis, Miami attorney, we reelected Thursday as chairman of the district welfare board. Mrs. Lena Simons was reelected vice chairman. 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. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. w. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG. VicB-Chalrman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sse. Executive Committee Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman, Mauruce Grossman, Louis Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alexander F. MUer, at Roth, Fred Shochet, Milton Slrfcln, Joseph Stein, Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry Zukernick. Dev, hng This Page to the Efforts of the Army Navy Committee. Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of &f ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Bldg. CARL'S MARKETS Miami Miami Beach COWEN'S SHOE STORES '" E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. FIXZIT SYSTEM "14 N. E. 2nd Avenue PLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO. M N. E. 28th Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 128 N. Miami Avenue JACK C JAYSON DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS 114 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avanue MIAMI MILL WORK & LUMBER CO. 535 N. W. Uth 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 at 87th Ave. WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolf son Sidney Meyer Keep on buying War Bonds. %  *' When You Pay For 9 WATCH REPAIRS Why Net Get the Best -* HAVI AN ACCURATE T1MIKIIPU Technical training and years of experience only can main a man a watchmaker. You'll find such skills at Danzig's. Get the best — It c-oiU o e more. • 1 JIWILIY BEPAIRINq ^ DANZIG'S Jewelers 216 MALCVON ARCADE I4SE.Hauler S*. Buy Stamps and Bonds. 0. S. Marines J. Solis-Cohen. Jr., President of The Jewish Publication Society of America, has announced that the Executive Director of The Society, Maurice Jacobs, has been promoted to the newly created office of Executive VicePresident. Mr. Solis-Cohen, in his Tenth Annual Report to The Society, published in Volume 45 of The American Jewish Year book, stated: "No record of the past decade of The Society's activities would be complete without an acknoledgment of the excellent results obtained through the energy, enthusiasm, loalty and ability of our Executive Director, Maurice Jacobs. MARINE HERO -fv Dies..: AND LIVES TO TELL THE TALE CORP. WALTER J. BOOT, USMCSIGNALING WITH MAKESHIFT FLAGS SAVED HIS ENTIRE PLATOON FROM BEING WIPED OUT... HE WAS WOUNDED AND PRESUMABLY "DIED" IN THE BASE HOSPITAL ...ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION AND CONTINUED TRANSFUSIONS STARTED HIS HEART BEAT. !SILVER STAR MEDAL WAS AWARDED CORPORAL McGAHERN,USMC...FOR CONSPICUOUS BRAVERY WHILE LAYING COMMUNICATION WIRE UNDER HEAVY ENEMY FIRE. PALM BEACH NOTES MBS. MARY 8CHREBNICX BepreaentotJv* ALFAR CPLAMERY CO. rarneBeitki Dairy Products WEST PALM BEACH HU nriM inr Drink COCA COLA Coca Cola Bottling Company of West Palm Beach Florida SOUTHERN DAIRIES Patsa MatsotaallT r AB KIAl TO TOU AB YOU1 FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LA IN H ART & POTTER ESTABLISHED IMS "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla.



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PAGE EIGHT >Jewish HcrMtofL B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG By the time you read this column most of the delegates, friends and wives will be enroute to Atlanta to attend the district convention. At the last moment we were advised by Brother Irving Firtel that due to the illness of his mother he would have to cancel his reservations. We regret to .learn of this, Irving, and extend our best wishes for a speedy recovery to your mother. Also, at the last moment. Brother Jack Bernstein, one of our old convention standbys. has announced his intention of going and will be present. The new bond drive got off to a nice start with the added impetus of D-Day, and too much credit cannot be given to Brother Alex Cohen who spent three days in the B'nai B'rith office and obtained subscriptions of over $150,000 in bond purchases In addition. Brother Cohen prepared and mailed out all of the dues statements to the entire membership which is a two weeks' job at least. Taking into consideration that Brother Alex was only elected financial secretary at the last meeting, we are put on notice that we have an energetic worker who is willing to give his all to see that the job is well done. Preparations are being mad,' for a social affair in the near future which will probably be in the form of a swim party, either at one <> 1" tin' county nark.-. or at the Venetian Pools. He-GORDONFUNERAL 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 24-HOUR Ambulance Service I WANT MY MILK And Be 8ur Iff FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "Milk Product." Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at •200 II. W. 32nd Straat freshments and dancing together with entertainment are tentatively being arranged, all of which will be a free affair to paid up members. I hope that this will stimulate you to pay your dues promptly so that you may enjoy the fraternity of the organization. Congratulations are now in order to Harry Gordon and Jennie Rotfort upon their nuptials Sister Jennie is one of the outstanding women ot the entire district and certainly in the city, and we know that with thencombined efforts, everything good will come of it. Also to Paul Barnett and his lovely wife upon the birth <>f their new daughter. Not forgetting Brother Sain Silver and our own llelene who are announcing the birth of their new hoy. Sain and Helene have waited quite patiently and I know that the reward is gratifying. I hope they will enjoy much pleasure and happiness from their new addition and the best wishes ot the Lodge, together with my personal blessings go to both of them. Brother Alex Miller called in as this column was being dict;it< d and the following is the conversation: "Hello. Marx, would you like a nice Hem tor your column.'" Answer: "Yes." "Will, last week I went down to the blood bank to donate some blood and the girl, taking my application, said: 'Would you mind spelling B'nai B'nth for me: I should really know because during the past two weeks so man/ people have come in giving that organization as the sponsor, but; I always have to ask how to.spell it'." Says Alex to this: "It :s very gratifying to hear that as our organization has always at: tempted to cooperate fully 111 j the blood banK activities." Says your columnist to this: "Thanks for calling in. Alex. I am sure that Abe Aronovitz. who is chairman of this committee, and who Is also the largest blood donor in the country, to our knowledge, will be glad to hear this comment." MOVING STORAGE HAULING In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami area are as foll ows^ day evening si o'clock %  %  •ongregatlona meeting of the i, : ,.uCalendar. All members are re quested to attend. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Mlam, Beach: Frldaj evening itnhJJ .,, --ci nVloi K Siim da ) moi nlng a< Rabbi MOMS Meachtloff wll nieak A New Light. Ethics ol ,,'„. Father, will be dlsouawd during Kalurdaj evening, Bond sale througnout the week. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave. Kalmlaa Shabboa Prldaj evening ni i saturdai rnlng a< i vlcee at lock R.ibbi Irving Lehrntan wi.l Rueak n the Weekly Portion 1 tinLaw Junior aervlcea al |£ a m Sh"l'>hh Seudoa aervlcea BI ml P m i,, be followed b) evening prayera The (Vntei will b< ho ti lo members ni.l iheli aIvea al an Infoi mal pr< vacation card and mah Jongg party Naturda) evening, June i", i" be new in the |atlo. SCHAAREI ZEDEK CONGREGATION. Orthodox. 1545 S. W. 3rd Ave.. Miami: Prlda) evening aervlcea al Rundown: Rnl urd i\ moi nlng • omhlned uenli>r-Junlor aervlcea al % %  t>ck. I 'in Ing the aervli ea, Moi ton, aon ..f Mr and Mra BenJ E |< linn. ill bei oine bai mittvah Moi %  ton will address hla iwrenta and th< 1 roiiKreganta, and Rabbi Simon April | u ill respond, A rei eptlon will ful low Immedlntel) aftei Ihe aei I • Kundnt evening Congregation Hohaarel Z.ii.u win hold I -' conflrIII. ii Ion %  > • i v o'cloc-k Rabbi Vpin will addreaa the fonflrmanta Rum mi i II. In e %  • %  no In RORslcn Iteglatrall lall} 10 a. m TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Reform. 137 N. E. 1'), nn bj Rabbi Jacob Tarshish. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami: Si PS An • hediiIi ii f,,i pi idaj H *:l."i p m .ind Knturdn) al 9 -i m and 7:13 p m I >. %  ; i %  service! IS m and I -'•' %  p in BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Conservative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach: He vlcea n % %  heduli d for Friday ex pnlng al 7 l •. Naturda) moi nlng aervlcea will be held al 9:30 : %  which lime the guest apeaker will !>•• Dr. Ephroim Fischoff of Newark, N .1.. who will preach on the weekly i>t tlnn of the law Cantor Abraham In In ,,n will ihant lluliturgical portion ..f the aervlce A Klddush will I"served after the aei I i .\r i.Mini. II aervlcea ;n 7 ::n Rthlca ol Ihe Fathers will be discussed '<\ i M Rphrolm Fischoff, followed by Hhaloa Seudos, i^^AY^g Notes Of M. H. A. -bySAM SILVER Larry Grossberg, chairman of the Town "Y's" 13th Annual Dance, announces that plans are well under way for the 13th annual dance to be held at the Coral Gables Country Club on Tuesday, June 20, at 8:30 o'clock. Cy Washburn and his Country Club Orchestra will furnish the music and entertainment for the occasion: In an interview, Mr. Grossberg stated "Many persons have approached me time and again and have commended the "Y" for the fine work they are doing in behalf of youngsters and men in the Armed Forces, that very little has been done for the general get-together of those civilians who are manning the home front. The annual dance occasion when a general .. J aether is the order o?.^ It is the only tZ. V^M year the only time duhnY attended previous *f fijl the country Club well kS a good time is in store for "Y" Forum Group Harry Gerstein, chairman the Miami "Y< Forum G f fl announces that the next m* wJn' S H Br Up wil1 held i Wednesday evening, June 14 the Town "Y." The topTford' CUM on will l, e "l s sociala Medicine Practical?" Experts !" both sides of the question d discuss the issue. mm rrkln e Crstlns Shipping COLLINS TnaNSPORT a TRAOINQ, INC. 133 N. E. 11th St, I'hon* 1-07S9 H \ T 11 i: N i E R I Remember Your Dad! FATHER'S DAY [UNE 18th PIPES and TOBACCO "Pipes of all Makes" Imported and Dottiesth MIAMI'S ONLY EXCLUSIVE PIPE and TOBACCO SHOP TOBACCO Imported and Domettic Alto Private Blending 5ENTS for MIXTURES Whi f halt a nd No. 79 Special UU in Pipa Repairing OCDEN PIPE O TOBACCO SHOP 126 N. E. 2nd AT. 29997 Special 10% Discount To Service Men ( I liii ooluma IH o.ii'iu. tp> the Bureau of J.i-ii Bducatlon In .••• ration with the I own "T," l.f.7 S W oth St., 7.3.1 to 9:30 p, m. HEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Exclusively Home* and Investments Properties Ask for my free 1944 Informative Map of Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service %  OS Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes, Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-M7S LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Beet ADELINE LITTMAN AND JENNIE SEIDEN Announce their Opening for the Seventh Season of the DUNCRAGGAN INN Third Avenue West — On Top of a Mountain HORSE BACK RIDING, SWIMMING, GOLFING, TENNIS EARLY RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED NATHAN GINSBURC'S TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAUP A N T 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Obser.ed SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY 2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS Meats Meali Served From Daily Vegetarian From 1 P. M. 8 A. M. OPEN EVERY DAY /////*""•• m ...oO'iH"" w ,„i/fm sn ?ADVANTAGES of* |ME FEIIERAL MORTGAGE V .LOW RATES EASY PAYMENTS LONG TIME TO PA* PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Yo'^ : LOCAL. FRIENDLV INSTITUTION I AE FEWfcAl U.UTTO*.*'**"" S'\ Buy U. S. Stampi and Bond. Keep on buying War M


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pTpAY HAS COME-V-DAY ON THE WAY!
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THE JEWISH UNITY
omdb THE JEWI SH WE
^LUMTTT^nJMBER 23
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
Fifth War Bond Loan Drive
Organization Plans Completed
Shol.m Lodge Bnai B nth
Wiil officially participate in the
Fifth War B<>nd campaign start-
ing Ju.u 12th, with the organiza-
lun striving to sell sufficiens
bonds to sponsor the purchase
nf two submarine chasers known
"' ,. !>. These fighting
Sips I at $1,000,000
each and will be dedicated, af-
ter the iccessful effort, one to
the : Miami Beach arid
the other to the citizens of Mi-
ami.
On Miami Beach, the Lodges
effort will be in conjunction with
that community's drive to sell
sufficient bonds to cover the
ourcha.- of an entire invasion
unit C( ting SI0,000,000. The
Beach Wai Bond Sales Division,
now in the process of organiza-
tion, will open its drive with a
mil entertainment
the Miami Beach First Federal
Savings and Loan Association on
the Beach. Buyers must specify
that B'nai B'rith is to receive
credit.
A city-wide campaign reach-
ing into every organization at
Miami Beachits object to raise
$10,000,000 for the Fifth War
Loan drivereaches its climax
at 8:30 p. m. next Sunday when
a mass meeting has been called
at Flamingo Park. Meridian Av-
enue, when a gala program of;
entertainment will be presented.
Ten million dollars. Army of-
ficials have revealed, will com-
pletely equip an invasion unit
with everything from rifles to
landing craftso organizers of
the campaign have termed it an
"invasion war bond drive."
Samuel T. Sapiro, co-chairman
of the drive, predicted that the
huge and
Sunday evening at Flamingo i full amount will be pledged at
Park All of the participating | this mass meeting.
orgai: including Shotem "Interest shown by individuals
Lodp have representatives and organizations here leads us,
present i take part and sell | to believe we are going to sub-
bonds for their respective groups, j scribe even more than the iiu,-
an, chairman of 000,000," he declared
Attendance Large at
Synagogues on D Day
Synagogues in the Great-
er Miami area were filled
with worshipers last Tues-
day evening following word
of the Invasion. Special
services and prayers were
said. Rabbis delivered
special sermons to the
gatherings, all key noting
the thought that the In-
vasion was a means to a
speedy end with Victory
as the outcome.
Synagogues and temples
will remain open daily
throughout the invasion
period for individual pray-
er and the spiritual lead-
ers request that anyone
desiring advice and guid-
ance should not hesitate to
call upon them. Special
prayers for victory and for
the men in the Armed
Forces will be recited daily
and at every service, they
stated.
Greater Miami Y Home Camps
Open With Large Enrollment
Louis He
the B'nai B'rith Bond Drive, an-
nounced that all bonds sold to
individual Series E. F. G. and
Treasury Notes, are credited to
the organization during the
Fifth War Loan Bond Drive.
June 12 to July 8. The Lodge
will include the period, June 1st
to Augu-: 1st. as the dates for
then and during that
time, othi : than June 12 to July
8, only E. F. and G bonds will
be credited toward the PC boat
sponsorship.
A affairs and pro-
gran., are being arranged to in-
tense, thi bond drive and de-
tails will be announced next
week.
Activity iias already begun by
the organization and included a
special Invasion Day effort. Par-
ticipating in the one day drive
were Harry Gerstein, Alex
Cohen, Morris Gerstein. Leon
Kaplan. Stanley C. Myers. Louis
Leibowitz, Ed Lovitz, and Louis
Heiman. drive chairman. The
day's effort resulted in the large
sum of S.120.225 in bond sales.
Arrangt menta have been made
for the sale of B'nai B'rith bonds
at the I), |e Federal Savings and
Loan Association and the Sho-
Jem Lodge office, 330 Seybold
Building, in Miami, and the Mer-
cantile National Bank. Miami
Beach Fust National Bank, and
Goldman Leaves
Miami for J. D. C.
Organizations desiring to spon-
sor specific equipment for the
invasion unit can earmark their
purchases, he said.
The meeting will climax a
week of special events, planned
in cooperation with the organi-
zations and the city of Miami
Beach. I
A parade on Saturday will
focus attention on the mass meet- .
ing the following night. Rep- \
resentatives of all organizations
on Miami Beach will report,
briefly at the meeting on the
amount of pledges they have ob-
tained. Entertainment planned
for the occasion may feature the
appearance of a prominent
screen star.
"Outfitting the Outfit" slogan
and plan have been adopted by
the women's division of the war
finance committee, Defense
Council of Dade county, for its
part of the fifth war loan drive
scheduled to start June 12. Mrs.
T. T. Stevens announced.
Letters of invitation^iave gone
to all women's groups, headed
by the six sub-division chair-
men appointed by Mrs. Stevens
at the beginning of the war bond
drives in 1942.
Included among those chair-
men is Mrs. Monte Selig. who
also serves on the registration
committee.
Benjamin B. Goldman, execu-
tive director of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, has been
named Director of Community
Information and Service oi the
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, it was official-
ly announced by that organiza-
iton this week. Mr. Goldman
will assume his duties in the na-
tional offices of the JDC. 270
Madison Avenue, New York City,
early in July.
Mr. Goldman announced his
acceptance of his new post at the
first meeting of the newly elect-
ed Federation board of directors
i held Sunday evening. At the
I same time he tendered his resig-
i nation of his present position
! and recommended a successor.
I The Board passed a resolution
commending Mr.Goldman for
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 4)
The sixth annual session of
the Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.A.
Home Camp will commence on
Monday, June 12, with one of the
largest enrollments in its his-
tory-
For the past several weeks, a
counsellors' training course was
in progress under the direction
of Maurice Grossman. Confer-
ences were held with the coun-
sellors weekly and the programs
discussed. Despite war-time ob-
stacles, the Miami "Y" boasts of
having an excellent staff.
With Louis Lipsky, youth ac-
tivities director, who will be in
charge of the "Y" camp for the
summer, the program pron
to be an outstanding one. In
addition to the usual Camp ac-
tivities and projects, two new-
program areas have been de-
vi loped, a class in journalism and
a class in first aid, by a Red
Cross instructor.
Scholarships have also been
provided for those who cannot
afford to pay, so that no one
need be deprived of the fine pro-
jects the Camp offers.
Arrangements have been made
with the Department of Health
of Dade County to have a visits
ing nurse in attendance at reg-
ular intervals.
The Home Camp of the Y.M.
& W.H.A. of Miami Beach will
open on Monday, June 12th. at
9:30 a. m The Camp will oper-
ate from Monday to Friday each
week for nine weeks until Aug-
ust 11th.
Rates for members are $7 per
week while non-members pay
$9 per week. Round trip trans-
portation is available at SI a
week extra.
A well-rounded instructive
program designed to afford max-
imum fun and enjoyment for the
campers will be carried on under
the supervision of a highly-
trained qualified staff. Jack P.
Marash. executive director, will
personally supervise the Camp.
Assisting him will be Arthur
Trow, physical director of the
V. who will be in charge of
the swimming program.
Ruth Sklar will supervise the
sports program. Leading the
music activities will be Lillion
Mesin with Fiances Cooper in
charge of dramatics. Ina Mar-
ash will be the arts and crafts
instructor. Assisting in the
Camp program will be Pat Stern-
er. Alan Westin. Harold Rubel
and Freida Ankus.
The midget division of camp,
boys and girls from 4 to 6. will
have Ada Shemer in charge of
the program assisted by Anita
Heyman. The entire staff is a
well trained and experienced
group. For the past several
weeks meetings have been held
to plan the Camp season. Well-
balanced, wholesome and nutri-
tious lunches approved by a phy-
sician, will be served to the chil-
dren. At the present time reg-
istrations are coming in rapidly.
Dr. H. Alfred Phillips, Camp
physician, is now examining all
Campers.
A LANDING PARTY YOU CAN JOIN

LIBERATION BODY
IS DISAVOWED
Jerusalem (JTA)The Jewish
Agency for Palestine and the
Jewish National Council of Pal-
estinethe two leading bodies
of Palestine Jewrythis week
1 issued warnings to all 'serious
minded people" not to be misled
I by the newly-formed Hebrew
Committee for National Libera-
tion" which claims to represent
! the Jews of Palestine and
1 rPe- .
Branding the formation of this
Committee as "an unscrupulous
piece of political charatanism.
the Jewish Agency said that peo-
ple "should not let themselves
' be misled and confused by freak
bodies assuming high-sounding
t.Ues." The Jewish National
Council used similar expressions
in denouncing the Washing on
bioup Vigorous attacks on the
fcbrew Committee, for Nationa
Liberation are published in all
Palestine Hebrew newspapers.
jEWISlTcOMMUNI^
TO JOIN SYNAGOGUES
London (WNS)The Jewish
secUon of the Communist party
here **sX week adPted reS"
lution urging its members to join
synagogues and to become act-
fve in Jewish religious social,
educational and cultural organ-
izations. The meeting att which
the resolution was adopted was
attended by many non-Jews, in-
cluding Callacher, Communist
member of Parliament.
Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.A. Engages
New Director for Youth Activities
Louis A. Lipsky has been en- 500 boys and girls of high school
gaged as director of youth activ- age, under the supervision ol the
ities for the Town "Y." Leo
Ackerman, president, has an-
nounced.
Mr. Lipsky is' a graduate of
Columbia University where he
earned his Bachelor of Science,
majoring in health and physical
education. He also attended
Savage College for Physical Ed-
ucation in New York City.
His experience in the organi-
New York City board of educa-
tion.
Presently Mr. Lipsky will be
in charge of the Home Camp.
He will arrive Friday afternoon
and will take immediate charge
of activities.
Sholem Members
at Dist. Meeting
The Fifth District B'nai B'rith
convention will take place this
week-end In Atlanta, Georgia.
Delegates from Florida will join
those representing the six other
states in the District convening
Sunday morning at the Biltmore
Hotel for the two-day session,
formally opening at 10 a. m. A
war time program has been
scheduled and prominent speak-
ers will address the gathering.
The district auxiliary will meet
at the same time. A delegation
! of more than twenty will leave
from Miami on Friday.
LOUIS A. LIPSKY
JEWISH SOLDIERS
SHOWN HONORS
London (JTA)Jewish sold-
iers in the Polish forces fight-
ing along the road to Rome have
distinguished themselves in the
bloody battles which are raging
on the Fifth and Eighth Army
fronts, it is reported this week
by a front-line correspondent of
the Polish Telegraphic Agency.
"Many examples of the cour-
age, heroism and patriotism of
Polish soldiers of the Jewish
Taith can be quoted and they are
spoken of appreciatively by the
zation and administration of
children's activities has been ex-1
tensive. Among the activities
he has conducted are athletics,
clubs, dramatics, gymnasium ac-
tivities, newspaper publications,
Community Center publicity and Air Corps commander and other
coaching of sports. I commanding officers," the cor-
Until recently he was in. respondent writes.
charge of a Community Center --------------rf-
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WEDDINGS
Miss Frances Sonneborn, daugh-
ter of Herman Sonneborn. 3025
Meridian Avenue, became the
bride of Capt. Harold Katzman,
Army Medical corps, Utica, N.
Y.. Sunday at Miami Beach Jew-
ish center, with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating.
The bride attended Florida
State College for Women and
was graduated from the Univers-
ity of Miami.
Capt. Katzman has been as-
Kigned as a surgeon to Venice
Station hospital, Venice, Fla. He
was on the staff of St. Elizabeth
hospital in Utica. N. Y., before
entering the army two years ago.
He and his bride will live in
Sarasota.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver an-
nounce the birth of a baby boy
at Jackson Memorial Hospital
last Monday. Mother and son
are doing nicely.
Miss Louise Dubin and Lt. Mil-
ton Garfinkle, USAAF, were
married by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man in the penthouse of the Ver-
sailles hotel last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss,
of Miami Beach, left Thursday
for their summer home at Avon
Lake, Ohio, where they will re-
main until October.
Miss Dolly Pont will vacation
in New York for three weeks,
leaving here June 10.
House guests for the past sea
son of the aunt and uncle. Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Grossman,
Miss Esther Leviton returned to
her home in New York and her
sister, Mrs. Kaile Mirleman join-
ed her husband stationed in St.
Louis.
Misses Naomi and Rita Gross-
man are sojourning on Miami
Beach at 1623 Meridian Avenue.
9-JmisiincridUan
GENET ANNOUNCES
NEW LOCATION
Martin Genet announces the
removal of his offices for he
general practice of law to im
i Albion Building, 311 .Lincoln
I Road, suite 201, Miami Beach.
i Mr. Genet is a member of the
faculty of the Beth Jacob Sun,lav
School and directs several Ol its
junior activities.
FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1944
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Loeb. 425
Lenox avenue, announce the
birth of a son, June 6, at the St.
Francis hospital.
BRISM
Brlsim taking place during the
week and officated at by Rabbi
S. M. Machtei included the sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Habib. at
the St. Francis; Capt. and Mrs.
Charles Stern, taking place at
the home of the grandmother.
Mrs. Rose L. Louis. 242 N. W.
27th Street; and Mr. and Mrs.
M. Dubrew at Jackson Memorial.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
IfflKI THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Fri. and Sat. Mat.. June 9-10
//
HARVEST
MELODY"
ROSEMARY LANE
JOHNNY DOWNS
Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. Thru Tues. June 10-13
Up In Mabel s
Room
M1SCHA AUER
GAIL PATRICK
BINNIE BARNES
DENNIS O'KEEFE
MARJORIE REYNOLDS
LEE BOWMAN
COMING SOON!
BETTY GRABLE. in
"PIN UP GIRL"
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle
are in Hendersonville where they
will spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bron-
ston of Miami Beach are enjoy-
ing the three week stay of their
son Benjamin Joel, prior to his
returning to Mercersbura Acad-
emy, in Pennsylvania where he
is enrolled. He will visit with
his sister, Mr. Irwin Harris in
South Orange. N. J.. for a week
enroute to school.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
TO HOLD EXERCISES
Schaarei Zedek will confirm
its first class of Sunday School
graduates at a special service to
be held June 11th, Sunday eve-
ning, starting at 8 o'clock, at the
synagogue. 1545 S. W. 3rd Street
Rabbi Simon April will have
charge of the ceremony and will
address the confirmants. The
mothers of the students will be
hostesses to members and friends
during the evening. Confirm-
ants are Walter A. Apfelbaum,
Sampel April, tisther i ttassin,
Garvin Kleber, Bernice Kostoff,
Joseph Mintzer, Dolores Schul-
man. Rose Schulman. Murray
Dan Shear. Edward Siegel. Bar-
bara R. Weiner, and Murray H.
Zissen.
SISTERHOOD
TO HAVE PARTY
Upon graduating from the Mi- |
ami Beach Senior High School
last Thursday. Nelson Kemp. 900
West 43rd Court. Miami Beach,
was awarded the PTA Scholar-
ship Award for Outstanding
work. He will enter the Univer-
sity of Miami in November.
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Mrs. William Clem has left for
an extended trip to visit her
immediate family and friends.
A watermelon party on Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock in the home
of Mrs. Joe Zalis, 1668 S. W.
14th Ter., Miami, will mark the
close of the season's activities
for ii.i Miami Jewish Orthi do*
Sisterhood, Cards, bingo and
other games will be played and
members and their friends are
invited. 11 ste for the evening,
the president of the Sisterhood,
Mrs. /.alis. will isu 'I by
Mrs. Goldie Mandel and Mrs. A.
I. Orlanskv.
NEW PERSONALITY
GREETS FLORIDIANS
Taking his place with other
famous characters used in adver-
tising, a new "personality" comes
to Florida and makes his first
appearance In the pages of the
Jewish Flondian.
He is "Reddy Kilowatt.' and
he will represent the Sunshine
Service of the Florida Power Sc
Light Company.
The symbol of electric service
and styling himself, "Your
Electric Servant," Reddy Kilo-
watt is a unique personality. He
w ill be constantly before you. not
only in advertising displays and
in the newspapers, but through
his many activities of a civic and
patriotic nature. Wherever there
! is something going on which con-
. corns those he serves, such as a
' War Bond rally, Reddy will be
on hand, trying to be of service
I for "service" is his middle
; nameor would be, if he had
one!
Roddy's head is globular, with
a lamp-bulb nose, representing
1 the first use of electricitylignt-
1 mg. His cars represent those in-
dispensible little "gadgets" we
call wall sockets. His body,
arms and legs are electric flashes.
and he wears rubber gloves and
shoes, as a reminder that in con-
trolled electricity you have a
service both safe and economical
fi r any job.
"Kilowatt" is the most used
word in electrical languageso
it was chosen for his surname.
Electricity is always ready for
serviceso "Reddy" seemed the
most appropriate given name for
him.
ELKS TO HOLD
SPECIAL SERVICES
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kaufman,
of 334 N. E. 26th Terrace, will
spend the summer in New York
City.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lurie are
vacationing in the North for the
summer. While away they will
visit their children and friends
at Baltimore, New York. Wash-
ington, Asbury Park. Albany,
Utica and Amsterdam, L. I.
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
1254 Washington An.. Miami leech
la New York 76th St Aastttdam Aw.
5-7777
RIVERSIDE
AMBULANCE
SERVICE

1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE
1944 OXTGEN EQUIPMENT
Mr. Abraham Bramson will
leave Sunday for a three month
visit with relatives and friends
in Massachusetts.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kurman and
family are leaving Saturday to
spend the summer m Henderson-
ville.
Stuart C. Apte, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Apte. will enter Gor-
don Military College for a four
year course on June 10th. He
Is a recent graduate of Shenan-
doah Junior High, and left this
week for Barnesville, Georgia,
where the college is located.
Special FlaglDay services un-
der the sponsorship of the Mi-
ami Elks Lodge will take place
Wednesday, June 14, at Bayfront
Park starting at 8 o'clock. The
committee includes: William
Shay no. ehairman; Norton Gan-
ger. James A. Dunn. Caesar La-
Monica. Roy W. Singer. Lee Ma-
son, Andrew G. O'Rourke. A. S.
Goldman. R. E. Norcross and
Frost Bailey.
Ceremonies will involve par-
ticipation by the armed services
as well as civic and fraternal
groups, beginning with a parade
which forms in front of the court
house at 7:30 o'clock. Main cer-
emonies will be held in Bay-
front Park.
A BEST investmentA United
States War Bond. Buy often.
Buy War Savings Bonds.
Alka-Seltzer
II AVK you tried Alka-Svlt-
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Soar Stomach. "Mnrninf
Aftar" and Cold Dlatraaaf
If not. why not? Plraaant.
prompt in action, adectiT*.
Thirty eenta and Slity
cents.
mHV. nervine
17 OR relief from Functional Ntr-
r Toua Disturbance* auch aa Sleea-
leaanaaa, Crankineaa, Excitability,
Narrooj Headacha and Nervooa In-
diCMtion. Tal.lcta tt and "it.
Liquid 2S and H 00. Read direo-
tion* and uaa only aa directed.
j. ANTIPAIN PILLSta^r:
. SINGLE Dr. Miles Anti-
-* I'a.n Pill often relietea
Baadacha, Moacalar Peina
or Functional Monthly
Pains 2S for 1S. 11.
fortl.OO. Get them at your
drug itore. Road direction
and neo only aa alrastsrl
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"Owned and Operated by
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A COMMUNITY CEMETERY
Affiliated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami
Jewish Orthodox, Schaarei Zedek and Sisterhood
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And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St., Miami
ASSEMBLY TERMED
A GREAT J3UCCESS
The Community a... .,
last Sunday, the first afr-
its kind in this commum?vlr f
termed a success by Eft w?
ers as well as the several W"
red attending. The -.n i und"
fair at the Miami Wma'nfe
saw a scries of prcscnt-itiJTT^
six local service aK"n ,T-bV
in* various J55.
groups. 0I the
Closing the assembly was tk.
annual meeting of the vZt e
Uon taking pl/ce^n Ae fc
a dinner with more than i i
hundred in attendance. R^
of the organization were ?
dercd and the meeting was m?
sided over by the retiring e'
ident. Sam Blank. 8 pres"
A plaque was presenter! .
Jake Sher as a token of "pprec?
ation for his efforts as chaE
of the record-making 1944"Si"
eration campaign. Mr. Sher re
sponded briefly. Monte Selie
newly elected president 0[the
organization, made the presen-
tation and addressed the gather
mg expressing thanks for the
privilege of serving Federal
Othfr hCfar fr "if SRS
Other officers chosen included
Stanley C. Myers, honorary
president; secretary. Mrs. Max
Dobrin; treasurer, Dr Frank
Corct; vice-presidents. Jacob
Sher, Carl Weinkle. Max Oro
vitz, Joseph R. Stein, Mrs. Ma-
tilda Ratner, Maj. Mitchell Wolf-
son.
The slate of officers as recom-
mended by the nominating com-
mittee was unanimously adopted.
NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS
Mrs. Beatrice Chapman. New
York social worker and clib
leader, has been appointed di-
rector, of Bnai B'rith Birls.
CHURCHES GUARDED
BY WAR VETERANS
Buffalo, N. Y.Churches in the
Niagara and West Delavan sec-
tion of Buffalo were protected
from the wave of vandalism
spreading throughout this city
by a volunteer patrol composed
of members of the two local
posts of the Jewish War Veter-
ans. Following the d serration
of four churches, the J.W.V. mem-
bers offered their services to the
Buffalo Police Department for a
six hour patrol from 7 p. m. to
1 a. m. in the districts where the
hoodlumiem occurred. Their of-
fer accepted by the police, the
J.W.V. volunteers reported for
patrol under the supervision of
Deputy Police Commissioner
James McDonald and Inspector
Jeremiah R. Cronin.
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IN THE POCONO MOUNTAINSORSON, PA.
Elevation 2000 feet; private lake; modern bungalowi, all facilities'
dietary laws; private camp for boy* and girls 6 to 1. Tuition S325
season (July and August). Write
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FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
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Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
When You Think of Real Estate
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Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundaye 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
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PAGE THREE
face Facts

BY Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
5 difficult to focus your
. j tteM days as the radios
SK to invasion news. How
b5w our own problems appear
Pn tht I'K'" "' tne catastroph,c
*5Bi|JmJ murt Ko on. As
BenGodman pointed out to his
.vcelknt addnss at the Feder-
S dinner last Sunday, the
2,nP front m many aspects is as
hTnnunT as the battle front.
ffl ulurly. when we realize
fha, wh.le our troops are win-
S5 the battle against fascism
"road we are in danger of los-
me that battle here.
'lor thai reason the Anti-De-
tomation League has to go on in
porous fashion asserting that
SSocracy-The way of life we
know and love must go on: that
it Democracy is to continue, the
rights ol minorities must be
Suarded: and finally, that
,lT members ol the minority
croups must recognize and as-
sume the r< jponaibilitiea of
eood citizenship.
To attain these ends we must
continue to implement our pro-
gram. We must broadcast this
message through every channel
available to us. We must be
vigilant in safeguarding individ-
uajs from perst i ution based on
their I era oi a minor-
II, We must battle ev-
erlastingly against those whose
self-appointed mission is to de-
That is why AIM. is interested
in promoting programs which
will tei ocracy in the
>chool systi That is whv ADL
works closely with the American
Legion. The Miami Round Ta-
ble, laboi unions and other
croups. That is why ADL
works on individual cases as
well as general public relations.
And talking ol public rela-
tions we have a cheerful note
to refer to you. Your director
cropped by the Blood Bank at
the Florida Power & Light Co.
the other day. The young lady
who makes out registration cards
apologized for not being able to
spell B'nai B'rith, when she was
told that ontribution should
be so ere lited. "I've had to
write this name out BO frequent-
ly during the past two weeks."
she blushed, "that I should know
how to spell it by now."
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
PROPAGANDA GETS
GOVERNMENT O. K.
Montevideo (J T A) Intensi-
fied anti-Semitic propaganda in
Argentina, which is tolerated by
the government, culminated this
week in organized terror against
Jews in the province of Entre
Rios and in a call for pogroms
in Buenos Aires.
Reliable reports reaching here
from Argentina reveal that
crowds attacked Jewish stores
in various sections of Entre
Rios and smashed windows of
JcwiSh homes. The province is
in the hands of a clique known
to be outspokenly anti-Semitic.
So serious were the attacks on
the Jews that the Federal gov-
ernor of Entre Rios was com-
pelled to issue the following
statement: "My attention has
been drawn to the fact that acts
of violence has been committed
against the Jewish population
and that the Jews have suffered
damages. Such acts can only be
carried out by irresponsible le-
ments. I have issued strict or-
ders, and the Jewish population
may be assured that they will
enjoy the rights granted by our
constitution to all those who re-
spect the laws of Argentina."
The call for a pogrom in Bu-
enos Aires was issued by anti-
Semitic groups in connection
with the "Day of Resistance"
which democratic organizations
in the country have proclaimed
for June 7 as an expression of
protest against the muzzling of
the Argentine press by the gov-
ernment and the suppression of
free speech. On that day stores
and offices of those sympathiz-
ing with the passive resistance
movement will be closed and
work stoppages will occur.
Asserting that the movement
for passive resistance "has be m
instigated by Jews" unsigned
leal lets, which have been dis-
tributed throughout Buenos
Aires during the last few days,
call upon the population to smash
the windows of all Jewish shops
which may be closed on June
7 and to attack Jews in the
streets.
J. W. VETERANS
PRESENTS COLORS
Jewish War Veterans. Freda
MarkowitZ Post 174. presented
colors at the Invasion Day ser-
vices held at Beth David Con-
gregation.
The Auxiliary reports progress
on the Fifth War Loan Drive
which will end July 3rd. Then-
goal is $106,000 which will pur-
chase an expeditionary hospital
and convalescent camp. Work-
ers can be contacted by calling
3-1822 or 2-1025.
MAX M. OZER DIES
AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS
The body of Max M. Ozer, co-
chairman of the Miami Beach di-
vision of the war finance com-
mittee, who died Friday night,
was sent to Cleveland. O.. his
tinnier home, for services and
burial Thursday, by Riverside
Memorial chapel. Arrangements
BETH JACOB WORKING
ON WAR BOND DRIVE
Under the leadership of Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, who is per-
sonally directing the campaign,
Beth Jacob Congregation and
Beth Jacob Sisterhood have
joined together in working for
the Fifth War Bond Drive. Al-
though this is the first time
Beth Jacob as a unit, has partici-
pated in any bond drive, Rabbi
Mescheloff has set a goal of $100,-
000 and committee members are
already hard at work to put
Beth Jacob over the top. Tables
have been set up in front of the
Community Building, 311 Wash-
ington Ave., and committee
members are on duty to sell
bonds and take pledges every
morning, except Saturday, until
noon, and every evening from
five to eight-thirty.
At the invasion prayer meeting
held Tuesday evening at the syn-
agogue, pledges were taken for
over $55,000. Sam Sapiro, chair-
man of the Miami Beach divis-
ion, addressed the meeting. He-
was presented by Mrs. Rose
Weiss, co-chairman, and board
member of Beth Jacob Sister-
hood.
Assisting Rabbi Mescheloff on
the congregation committee art-
David Goldstein, Harry Wasser-
man. William Mechlowit/.. Max
Feit, Mel Tannen, Louis Miller.
MEMORIAL SERVICES
FOR DR. ZHITLOVSKY
On the first anniversary of
the death of the Jewish pholisi-
pher, author and educator. Dr.
Chaim Zhitlovsky, a memorial
will take place on Sunday, June
11 at 8:20 p. m. in the Musicians
Federation Hall, 542 N. Miami
Avenue.
Participating in the program
will be the first violinist of the
Philadelphia Symphony Orches-
tra. Herbert Barmel; the Miami
Yiddish Folks Chorus under the
direction of Adelle Golob; a life
long friend of Dr. Zhitlovsky,
Mendel Rosenbaum, will tell
some intimate stories about the
philosopher's life; the writer and
lecturer, M. Holtman, will give
a review of Dr. Zhitlovsky's life
and activities, and Dr. J. M.
Glick will be the chairman of
the evening, arranged by the
Zhitlovsky Memorial Commit-
tee.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
A POPULAR DAILY FOOD...
Diitincliv.ly diff.r.nl in flavor
. temptingly crllp and d-
licioul ... a light, whol.iomt
food yo"'" nnlovl
were completed upon the arrival Attorney Mil n Weiss an A '
of a son. Capt. Ba.ley I. Ozer, of ^me? ftarthi^ Genet
the army air corps, stationed at P^iffffiSKd committee.
Boston, Mass. I Mrs Ljllian G M.li8 Mrs Sv,_
Ozer, 61, subject to heart at- via Genet. Mrs. Anne Ben.w.
tacks, was planning details of the Mrs. Freida Kelstein, Mrs. Sam-
forlhcoming tifth war bond sale Ul>i Grundwerg. Mrs. Harry
Ol which he was co-chairman. Hayes and Mrs. Moses Meschel-
when he was stricken. He was 0ff
to have presided over an organ- i
izational-executive meeting on
Sunday.
For the past year Ozer had
made Ins home at the Versailles ; ------
hotel. He was a former execu- The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
live of New York Life Insurance ter is sponsoring a pre-vacation
Co. at Cleveland. He was a win- | card and mah jongg party Bat-
ter visitor here for many years, urday evening, June 10, at the
PRE-VACATION
PARTY AT CENTER
and for the last three years spent
most of his time in Miami Beach.
He is survived by his wife.
Mrs Blanche Stone Ozer. the
son, Capt. Bailey I. Ozer. and a
daughter, Mrs. Paul Mode of
Indianapolis.
NEW LAW FIRM
IS ANNOUNCED
Justice of Peace designate
Kenneth Oka and Attorney Har-
old B. Spaet and Irving Nathan-
son have formed a partnership
to be known as Nathanson, Oka
and Spaet. and will be located
after July 1 in the Chandler
building on Washington Ave.
Center. The affair will close
with a buffet supper. Open to
members and friends reserva-
tions are being accepted by the
chairman, Henry Ungerleider.
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HUDAY, JUNE 9. kuj

The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Pla.
P. O. Box 2073 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 19S0 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 9, 1944
SIVAN 18, 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 23
D-DAYTHEN V-DAY
D-Day has come! Long awaitedlong anticipatedlong
looked forward to. Invasion began last Tuesday, and with its
coming there was a tightening of the heart and a quickening of
the pulse. Good news it was termed when speaking one with
another. The broad smile, the gleeful grin, the joyous beam,
all were missing as one to another faced countenances with
that far off look.
Yeswe anxiously awaited D-Day and when it came we
faced it with trepidation. We humans know the price we will
have to pay. All with dear ones in the service we feel how
close to home this war has been brought, and with that close-
ness, we see more clearlymore fully the whys and wherefores
of this battle.
The invasion is the means to an endto more speedily end
this strife and strugglemore rapidly return all of us to a
normal living. We are ready to make the supreme sacrifice
to insure the future. We hope and pray that our losses will
be few and our struggle short. D-Day has comeV-Day is
on the way.
NOT YET WON
THIS WAR IS NOT YET WON. True, we have taken Ta-
rawa and the Marshalls, North Africa, Sicily and Southern
Italy. True, even now our lorces are pounding at the fortress
of Europe.
But
THIS WAR IS NOT YET WON only for the dead is ii
over and they, thank God. are yet comparatively few. But
what of the living? What of the many wounded the men
whose hopes, whose dreams, whose futures depend on what
we do to support them now?
THIS WAR IS NOT YET WON. We at home have only
begun to fee! the weight of our debt to our fighting men ... to
the livingto the woundedyes, above all, to the dead. Ours
is the responsibility to work, to save, to buy all the War Bonds
we can. to smooth the road THEY must travel that the journey
may be made swiftly and the end reached soon.
THE WAR IS NOT YET WON. Invasion comes high-and
the cost in blood will be heavy indeed. Never before have
coasts been so fortified as those in the invasion areas, with
defense miles deep, roads mined, pillboxes everywhere.
NO, OUR WAR HAS JUST STARTED-and the sooner we
accept all our responsibilities, the sooner it will be won. Out
on somo bloody battlefield, a boy you know may live to fight
en to final Victory if you do your part here at home.
Your part, in addition to whatever else you are doing, is
lending your money to help pay the tremendous costs of war
Thai certainly shouldn't be looked on as a hardship. Hund-
reds of thousands of our fighting men are really enduring hard
6hips. living under the worst possible conditionsand buying
War Bonds besides.
What about those of us at home, living in comparative
comfort and security, many of us earning more than we ever
earned before? We should consider lending money to the Gov-
ernment a privilege as well as an obligation. And then we '
should keep lendingevery cent we can possibly spareuntil
the war is over and won.
GOLDMAN LEAVES
MIAMI FOR J. D. C.
(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1)
I his work on behalf of Federa-
\ tion and the Miami Jewish Com-
munity this past year. Mr. Gold-
| man's new duties will include
direction of the community or-
! ganization work of the JDC. su-
' pervision of its field staff in this
country, and administration of
: its publicity and public rela-
; tions program. The Joint Dis-
tribution Committee is the ma-
jor beneficiary of the United
Jewish Appeal and is universal-
ly recognized as the outstanding
Jewish philanthropic organiza-
tion in the world. Its 1944 bud-
get is SI7.000.000.
In a letter addressed to Fed-
eration President Sam Blank,
the JDC Executive Vice-Chair-
' man Joseph C. Hyman. cx-
| pressed appreciation to Federa-
; tion and the Miami Jewish Com-
i munity for making it possible
, for Mr. Goldman to assume his
new post. Mi. Hyman'a letter
states, "As you can understand.
we had many reservations about
. depriving your community of his
services. It was only the great
needs and problems facing the
JDC at this tune, and the even
greater tasks which we will be
called upon to assume in the
very near future which made us
feel that such a step was justi-
fied. In this expanding program
we will require the help of
young able people with the
thorough background and train-
ing which Mr. Goldman pos-
sesses. We hope that the imme-
diate loss incurred by the Mi-
ami Jewish community in the
transfer of Mr. Goldman's ser-
vices to the JDC will be com-
pensated for by the knowledge
that through us. he and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion will be enabled to increase
its services to our fellow Jews
at home and abroad."
Mr. Goldman has been execu-
tive director of Federation since
July, 1943. Prior to his coming
to Miami he served the Jewisn
community of Buffalo, N. Y. for
three and one-half years suc-
cessively as executive director
of its Jewish Welfare Society
and the United Jewish Fund.
Hi has been engaged in the field
ol Jewish social service for over
fifteen years. His other posi-
tions included administrative as-
sistant with the National Refu-
ge* Service, and assistant direc-
toi of the Edenwald School for
Boys in New York where he
served for five years. Mr. Gold-
organized the Emigre Ser-
vice Bureau of New Jersey with
state offices in Newark and was
firsl director. He is a grad-
uate of the Graduate School for
sh Social Work and holds
a master's degree in social ser-
vice. His undergraduate univer-
sity work was at the University
Of Wisconsin and Western Ri
ser\e University.
Mr. Goldman is a native of
Cleveland, Ohio. He has been
married for seven years and is
the father of a three-year-old
son. Robert.
-TTDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Muctfy Confidential
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
SAIUIETOTHE SECOND FROM}
MIAMI LITTLE THEATRE
TO PRESENT COMEDY
The Miami Little Theatre will
present a three-act comedy en-
titled "The Animal Kingdom."
by Philip Bainv. 0n Monday
June 12th at 7:15 p. m at the
YM.4 Y.W.HA. 1567mS: W. 5th
at. ine play is under the di-
rection of Alice Horint Wallace
and is cast as follows: Daisy
Sage. Pat Hamilton; Tom Col-
lier. Howard Donald; Cecilia
Henry. Maebelle Kittle; Grace
Macomber. Mane Angler: Joey
Fisk Ruthe Wilson; Arthur o7-
en John Ball; Richard Kegan.
LeRoy Austin; Rufus Collier
w, #Cmf"5 ,,Frank Schmidt,
Harriet Mandell.
PROMINENT CANTOR
TO APPEAR AT CENTER
Rev Charles Sudock. promin-
wi lChLm2r Ne>W Haven Conn,
will be guest soloist at the ser-
CemeA^T' Beach '5h
Center Saturday morning. Rev
Sudock will render several so-
service* ^ <***** of K
SA^OrnS~CHAIRMAN
OF ZIONISTBOND DRIVE
At the recent meeting of the
executive board of the Miami
Beach Zionist District OrgViE
tn Philip Salmon was sole.
Fifth werVex aS chaian of the
Fifth War Loan Bond drive for
asL CRnSSk Mr SSnSJ
fn th 2: members co-operate
at 1612dwrha-nito 5*K him
Pho1ne12o-4418hlngt0n Avenue' or
JEWISH NEWS------
There is an atmosphere of optimism in Zionist circles
based on reports from London ... But we predict that befo
the next two months are over that optimism will have evarx)6
ated The British Colonial Office's scheme for partition will
propose a Jewish Palestine so minuscule that even Dr. Maqn
will be horrified The Committee for a Jewish Army, aHas
the Emergency Committee to Rescue the Jews of Europe i,
suing Pierre van Paassen, Kenneth Leslie and The Protestant
magazine to the tune of $100,000 Seems to us like a rathe
strange culmination to the Committee's insistence that Va*
Paassen did not write the letter, published in The Protestant1
which blasted the Irgunists sky-high Shalom Asch's appeal
to American intellectuals on behalf of Jews suffering from anti-
Semitism on the part of the Polish government-in-exile will be
published as a booklet within the next few weeks Boju
political conventions will be asked to endorse a plan to out-
law anti-Semitism in America.
OUR ARMED FORCES____
Congratulations to Herman Schulman, the nated attorney
and chairman of public relations for the Zionist Emergency
Council, on the graduation of his son from Annapolis Youna
Schulman is an ensign now Anna Rosenberg, New York
regional director of the WMC, also finds time to serve on a
committee that provides entertainment for soldiers hospitalized
in this country Mrs. Rosenberg's son, Thomas J., is a
lieutenant in the Air Corps, on active service in the European
war theatre The only Civil War veteran to participate in a
New York Cty Memorial Day parade was Daniel Harris, sole
survivor of the over 8,000 Jewish soldiers who fought in the
Union Army Private Irwn Shaw's new play, which deals
with the North African campaign, has received the censor's
okay for production Highest scholastic average ever at-
tained in the Medical Admnistrative Corps Officer Candidate
School is the mark of 98.07, scored by 2nd Lieutenant Irving
H. Schlesinger, now on active duty abroad Corporal Gerald
Greenberg, former editor of The Columbia Jester, feels he has
established some sort of record in the number of holes he has
dug and tons of rocks he has carried in the service of his Uncle
Sam And his only complaint is that the chain on which
he wears his Phi Beta Kappa key often gets entangled with his
shovel. .
PRECEDENT____
Back in the continental United States for a well-earned
leave is Army Chaplain Harry Richmond, who has been at
his post at Pearl Harbor right along, although his family was
evacuated long ago Incidentally, it wasn't until he arrived
here that the Chaplain made the acquaintance of his youngest
child, born in the East some months after Pearl Harbor ... But
what we started to tell you is that immediately upon his arrival
in New York Chaplain Richmond did something that his col-
leagues may well take as a precedent. He called a meeting
of all the parents of local boys he had seen in Hawaii, and gave
them delpiled reports of their sons .
INTER-FAITH DEPT____
Aime Palliere, the French priest who became a rabbi, and
who authored "The Unknown Sanctuary," has died in a con-
centration camp in Poland, where the Gestapo sent him ....
Morris J. Solomon, member of a Brooklyn yarn firm and active
in Jewish philanthropic affairs in that borough, has taken the
chairmanship of the Catholic Seamen's Institute's current cam-
paign for funds Just as we were about to announce proudly
that the New York Yankee baseball team has an outfielder
named Ed Levy, our illusions are destroyed by Winchell's
assurance that Ed is an Irishman The film "Mrs. Skeffing-
ton," which is being advertised as a story of love and romance,
really deals with intermarriage, but none too intelligently .
Aside to the editors of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia: No
less a personage than Vice President Henry A. Wallace used
your excellent reference work to look up the Baal Shem, whom
he considers "one of the great prophets of the common man"
; The Vice President recently told Rabbi Louis Novick of
Washington that he believes that in times like these the Baal
Shem doctrine can be very useful not only to Jewish people but
to people everywhere, adding: "His simple preaching of hope
and joy under the most difficult of conditions must never be
forgotten" .
ABOUT PEOPLE____
In a recent private poll held among editors of large Ameri-
can dailies Dr. Stephen S. Wise was selected as the most
popular figure among Jewish leaders in this country Have
we told you, by the way. that Dr. Wise is anticpating another
grandchild, which will be presented to him by Justice Justine
Wise Polier of New York Children's Court? Add things we
never knew before: That the wile of department store biggie
and War Refugee Board representative Ira Hirschmann, and
co-tounder with him of the New Friends of Music concerts,
the tamed concert pianist Hortense Monath ... A new war
song, telhng the story of a German soldier's wife, has been
written by Lion Feuchtwanger. and Kurt Weill has composed
me music for it But at last reports no English translation of
the lyric had as yet been made Strange but true: Jacob Ep-
stein 8 latest bronze. "Girl with the Gardenias." failed to create
a stir in London The wedding dress Paulette Goddard wore
n,,m!L u marr,161 CaPt Burae Meredith was a neat Wile
JI^T e picked UP on h 'cent USO tour-in Erett Israel-
to be precise .
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PAGE FIVE
fe Did It Before We Can Do It Again I
FIFTH WAR LOAN STARTS JUNE 12th
B'NAI B'RITH SPONSORS
TWO FIGHTING SHIPS
'
ONE SUBMARINE CHASER costing $1,000,000 made possible
by War Bond purchases of the citizens of Miami Beach
and
ONE SUBMARINE CHASER costing $1,000,000 made possible
by War Bond purchases of the citizens of Miami.
This means CASHNOT Bond value!
Campaign runs from June 1. 1944 to August 1. 1944. All War
Bond purchases to individuals count during Fifth War Loan
Drive (June 12th to July 8th). including Treasury Bonds of
any series.
Help B'nai B'rith reach its quota by buying your War Bonds
through B'nai B'rith. at
Dade Federal Savings & Loan Association
American National Bank of Miami
Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach
Miami Beach First National Bank
Miami Beach Federal Savings & Loan Association
B'nai B'rith Office. 330 Seybold Bldg.
Phone: 3-6306
NOW fOR THE BIG POSH !
Get Behind The Invasion
Drive
Invest More Than Ever Before!
Double...Triple...What You've
Done In Previous Drives!
Hie Job Is Big-You've Got to Dig!
OLD FORGE RESTAURANT
432 W. 41st St.. Miami Beach
DIXIE TIRE CO.
101 S. W. 1st Street, Miami
BROWNIE'S BAR & GRILL
201 N. E. 2nd Avenue
THE PALMS BAR & GRILL
145 N. E. First Street
HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS
76 N. W. 14th Street
LUBY CHEVROLET CO.
1055 W. Flagler Street
SIMCO SHOES FOR MEN
1317 Washington Avenue
. STEVENS MARKET
2201 N. W. 62nd Street
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
361 S. W. 8th Street
HALPERT'S CREDIT JEWELERS
140 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI IRON & METAL CO.
2481 N. W. 32nd Avenue
WILLIAM D. SINGER
Royal Castle System. Inc.. 8 S. W. 2nd Ave.
JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP
74 N. E. 20th Street
KUBBY HOUSE
106 N. Miami Avenue
NORTON TIRE CO.
500 W. Flagler Street
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS
& LOAN ASS'N.
EAST COAST FISHERIES
360 W. Flagler Street
GEORGE BERTMAN. REAL ESTATE
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
McGINTY'S SINGING BAR
235 N. E. lit Street
FAYMUS FAY'S
24 N. Miami Avenue
RUBINSTEIN'S WOMENS' APPAREL
1026 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
CERTIFIED POULTRY & EGG CO., INC.
728 N. E. 1st Avenue
A A EXTERMINATING CO.
2388 W. Flagler Street
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
710 S. W. 12th Avenue
MAX'S DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT
1131 W. Flagler Street
STEVENS WOMEN'S APPAREL
45 E. Flagler Street .
DIXIE MUSIC CO.
701 North Miami Avenue
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+Jewish HerMUan
YOUNGSTERS CLIMB
ON TAM WAGON
Time was, not so very long
ago, when mother ruled the roost
as far as choice of the family's
food was concerned. She was
the sole arbiter, and hers was
the final word regarding the
daily menu.
But today the younger gener-
ation has an ever-growing voice
in determining the family's eat-
ing habits. More and more, the
youngsters' likes and dislikes,
their special tastes and prefer-
ences influence the planning of
meals.
Surprisingly enough though,
the younger generation shows re-
markably good judgment in its
appraisal of food values. For
one thing most children today
have been infused with an aware-
ness of the important role played
by wholesome food in building
strong bodies and good health,
and this awareness is reflected
in great measure in their choice
of Tarn Tarn, the perfect crack-
er, as their favorite between-
meals snack.
Of course, many other consid-
erations enter Into their choice,
not the least ot them being Tarn
Tarn's thoroughly delightful fla-
vor and crisp freshness. As a
result, more and more school
lunches now include Tarn Tarn.
by special request of His Ma
jesty, the youngster, and a great
many mothers find that even the
most recalcitrant fugitive from a
glass of milk can be brought to
terms by an offer of Tarn Tarns
spread with jam.
Dinner time again provides an
opportunity for thi average child
to indulge in his favorite cracker,
For some unfal I reason, ]
most child) en an fa < inated by
the idea of floating something
in their soup, and on< pat ticular
characteristic ol Tarn Tarn thai
seems ; il to them strongly
is il does to everyone rise is
the fact thai Tarn Tam ren
crackling crisp even when it's
float) d in soup.
But youngsters have no mono-
"ii their preference for Tam
Tam. The grown-ups have amply
demonstrated that they, too, < n
joy this delicious cracker more
than any other, and at mealtime
or between meals, at parties, teas,
and every other occasion, the
general consensus oi opinion is
that anv time is time for Tam
Tam.
LEADERS WANT
"FREE PORTS"
Washington (JTA) Congres-
sional leaders advocating tin es-
tablishment of "free ports" in
the United States as temporary
havens of refuge for Jews from
Nazi Europe this week interpret*
ed President Roosevelt's state-
ment on the subject as notice to
the world that the United States
would do its part in setting up
temporary places of residence
for refugees and would expect
other countries to do likewise.
President Roosevelt told his
press conference that he was
working on the subject of "free
ports" but added that he did not
like the name. He did not wish
to limit the idea to areas m the
United States, he said, empha-
sizing that there were many
places In the worold where refu-
gees might find temporary shel-
ter.
The President's rejection of
the term "fr< e pi irts" w as seen
as an attempt to eliminate a pos- I
sible source of misunderstanding I
and subsequent controversy. It '
is feared that the word "free"
would sound to the uninformed
as though all checks were to 11
abandoned. Suggested I" re-
place the discarded term wen
such names as "safety port" or
"refugee port."
MAY USE CAMPS
FOR REFUGEES
NEW AUXILIARY
TO HOLD AFFAIR
The newly organized won i
cluli ol tla> Workmen's Circle
Branch -\"e. ti:i2 is sponsoring a
0 and card pai tv Sin, i, .
I June 11th. at 25 Washington
Avc, Miami Beach. The party
will start promptly at 1' p. m.
Tick< Is may be secured fi
members ot u. club or ;,t the
door. Refreshments will he
served. .Members and friends an
urged to attend.
Washington (JTA)The Unit-
ed States government is consid-
ering taking over army camps
which are no longer needed, as
temporary shelters for refugees
from Europe, President Roose-
velt disclosed this week. He told
his press conference that he has
conferred with John W. Pehle,
executive director of the War
Refugee Board, and Secretary of
the Treasury Henry L. Morgen-
thau. jr.. on the proposal.
Queried whether he meant to
exclude the United States when
he suggested, last week, that
there were other places in the
world where the refugees could
be cared for. the President re-
plied that the matter was one
requiring common sense He
asked whether it would not be
sensible in view of the lame
numbers some of them from having to
take the long sea voyages that
would be necessary to get them
here and home again.
Some of them are coming here
without any question, he stated.
Nothing he had said, the Presi-
dent declared, precluded them
from coming here and nothing
he had said indicated that all
would be put in refugee camps
- IseW lure.
The President said ho was not
sun who would finance the refu-
gee havens, possibly the United
Nations Relief and Rehabilita-
tion Administration or the Ar-
my. The Army, he stated, was
vi ry directly involved in the
matti r In one city on the Medi-
lei ram an coast, he disclosed, I.-
800 refugees had poured in last
week, creating ., problem of
maintenance in a fighting zone,
An Extra $100 War Bond
Is the Individual Quota for
The Fifth War Loan
Every American is urged to buy
an extra $100 War Bond in the
6th War Loan to "Keep on Back-
ing the Attack" in real partner-
ship and fellowship with the mil-
lions of American men and women
at the fighting front
A $100 War Bond will be pic-
tured on the covers of the July
issue of 920 magazines with a cir-
culation of 145,000,000 copies, and
additional publications, yet to be
heard from on this cooperative pub-
licity plan, assure well past 925
magazines having a circulation of
more than 150,000,000, that will
carry a cover illustration of this
bond.
Only once before in the history
of the publishing business has there
been such a unanimous response to
a suggestion and that was two
years ajro when at the suggestion
of the U. S. Treasury Department
practically every major magazine
used an American flag on its cover.
Many daily newspapers all over
Bond in the 5th War ^nXr''W
will have to and win L7nv>l
more than this amount? W
maintain the average bocL hl>
others will not be able tnrman*
a arge bond and win fc8uch
make their extra pur^s. iVto
form of a $50 E bom? ,h*
or a $26 bond at $S. '* ^
Fill Stamp Albums
Thousands of citizens of IWi
have partially filled star ?nd*
Every War Bond of whatever^
nomination, whether bought ft
cash or through accumulates ff
Saving, Stamps, will Sot only Jg
Florida meet its quota but will ,
nreaehing the quota of yonTSw?
ty^ndtownasaparto/theS
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
LUGGAGE SHOP
18 M l-'AV. .*jo>,acii
PH0H 3 2603
HOd C M* SWAM D V Kti
ui TUT
tZJ- LINCOLN
PMONC
AOA.0
Phone 2-7195
Licensed & Insured
Bill Battcock
PAINTING
CONTRACTOR
3720 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami. Fla.
Liesnird m 'Loin tot. ?o rt*fts
' ~-----------------r-r-Ct=s
homes
SIGHTSEEING.
AT ITS BEST
Now see those w.iterfront
arid estates on the residential
islands of Miami. Miami Beach
,r_om 'he double deck boat. See
the difference!
DIESEL POWERED YACHT
SEAS
Fare $1.00
JEWISH FOLK CHORUS
HAS NEW QUARTERS
Miami Jewish Folk Chur-
ns has changed its headquarters
and n hearsals are now held
every Wednesday night ;it H p.
m, ;.i the hall of the Miami Fed-
eration of Musicians. 542 N. Mi-
ami Avc. New singers are al-
ways welcome. The Jewish Folk
Chorus is planning ;i series oi
excursions for the summer
months. Tin- first of these- will
be n moonlight cruise on the
Yacht "Biscayne," Pier No. 7. on
Sunday evening, June 18. Gala
entertainment, including songs by i
the chorus, is planned. Tickets
are limited and are available by
contacting Harry Rose at 703 W :
t lagler.
Dai
SEVEN
ly 1:30 P. M
Phone 2-1825
Pier b,. Bayfront
Park.
HADEN MANGOES
$Q.95PerBox
O (Lug)
Shipped Anywhere East
of the Mississippi ....
Express Prepaid
Florida Products Co.
2414 Galiano Avenue
Phone 4-6061
LAWN MOWERS
SHARPENED AND
REPAIRED
KEYS MADE
Hargrove's Key Shop
241 W. FLAGLER ST.
^^^^I'll 3-5048
^**0*0t0*n0tm00m*0*0t0i0*0wi
i
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
ORNAMENTAL IRON
REPAIRS
Doors. Screens. Grill Work
and
Every Kind of Metal
Work Repairs
CALL
G. M. Dykes
Iron Works. Inc.
69 N. W. Third Street.
Phones 2-32742-5960
J.W.V. AUXILIARY
TO HOLD MEETING
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
li War Veterans will hold
.< lunchi on on Wednesday. June
,' 2 J5 p. m. at the Child's!
: Easl Plagler Street.
No reservations are necessary
At this time the progress of the
war Bond drive will be dis-
CUSSI ((.
ALKA-SELTZER
BRIGHTENS
^ P^tsjt. MY DAY
America featured the $100 War
Bond on page 1, Monday, June 12,
the opening clay of the 5th War
Loan, while hundreds of weekly,
semi-weekly and tri-weekly papers
carried this bond on page 1 of the
issue nearest June 12.
Floridians have made an envi-
able record in the War Finance
program of the Treasury, compared
to its neighboring southern states,
as again shown by the figures just
released by the U. S. Treasury
showing that in the 4th War Loan
in January and February this state
led the other states by a wide
margin in the purchases of E
bonds, the people's bond, in propor-
tion to population as shown in the
figures of the 1940 Federal Census
these per capita figures are:
Florida____________$21.45
Alabama _
Tennessee
Cieorgia
Mississippi ___
South Carolina
14.90
13.86
13.37
12.87
11.05
Every county in this state has
an E Bond quota as its propor-
tionate share of Florida's state
quota of $137,000,000 in the sale
of this popular type of security.
This is a terribly costly war; our
government is spending $10,000,000
an hour, $240,000,0(10 a day, and
our costs are of necessity increas-
ing as we get deeper into the inva-
sions of German and Japanese held
territory. It will take everything
we have to win this war, but un-
less we win it nothing else will
matter.
We must curb the unnecessary
spending of every dollar. These dol-
lars will buy less food, clothing,
shelter and other necessities of lift
than ever before in our history;
goods are scarce, prices are high
and we should buy only what we
need.
Dollars saved now and invested
in War Bonds will buy better and
cheaper goods after the war.
The Florida War Finance Com-
mittee, under the leadership of
State Chairman W. W. McEachern
of St. Petersburg, urges every man,
woman, boy and girl in this state
to buy an e-tra $100 War Bond
during the 6th War Loan, if pos-
sible, and if you cannot do that,
buy a $50 or $25 bond, fill up that
stamp album and turn it into a
bond now.
LEGAL NOTICES
.i.-pV/J;'; i-''-"-,'> Kiv-n that tba un-
" i-.."l. desiring to engage in bust.
;,-- under the rietltlou. nama of
;.-.''""'<": SHOP at IW1N W
l'iiV., '.' """' ll"ll'l:>- Intends to
he ri t ";'."'" "' "" "ffl"- >'
'-<''-,;;' Fter.^" C0UPt <"
A. CANTOR,
LEON A KAPLAN S"'" ltven"
LEGAL NOTICES
deStened'^KS; tiV*B ",t '"' "9-
nai 1.1.- ,,i "V" .;*' '" butd-
'li. ofn... ,'V 7 V "?,rt nam* '
".....Wx-Sr'-W*?""
MM/r,^,Al',t^(,1-(,,,1-,v^'^''N.MAC
Notli la hereb) givi n that the un-
dersigned, desiring to engage in bmi-
n eaa under the flctli :
Ri >YAL I'RODt'CTS i N"i INC,
mi 2214 N. Miami Avc Miami. Fkff-
iila. Intends i.. reglsti said name i>
Hi.- < rri..- ..f Hi,- i'I. i k ill the I'inJil
i "in i JAMES u i;l.\SSKR.
.-. v Owner.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attoiwv for Applicant
:. !!<-:'6/2-j-h;
"~ lninCf
D*lNKci>lENTY 0F
Water
DELIVIRirj TO TOUR HOME
MUM botTlC.....t0.
C$E OF Six S
TBU BOTTLES.......;5,
Plus BoMIt Deposit.
PHCNE 2-4128
QCCASIONALLY. I wake up in
V-* the morninf with a Headaohe
",^?m*^a "* off along the
^f Sf SZP* but I don^
want to wast that long. > I drink a
laf of sparkling ALKA-SJELTZER
Then if. AUrA7sH/gii*&
todmj1 *- n your dr}iM wUn
CORRECTION
watk'.*^ "PPwinK in last
!5aH3S &**&
Noil.-.- is hereb) giv< thai ih<-un-
deraigned, denlrlng I 'n DUS!j
neaa under the fictitious num'S,
.MIAMI MONUMENT t'O., .""OT
INC.. at 3:'7!> b \\ Rth-8t., lasuBt
Florida, Intend i.....glxter iwW n*1"'
In the office 'f Hi- ;"k of_'
Circuit Court <.f Dad< County, f'"r-
Ida.
s II PALMER
L, p KBROBftOM
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Appliranl
/-l-2->07/7
rt-gret the
Abe Lachman
mistake.
""sLiiws^Sh, rhup^:
(1HNKRAI. PAINTING
CLEAN WORK DONE BT
HBHT MSCHANirS
Eft BE BSTIMATEa
NO JOB TOO I^Ml'.K OB
TOO SMALL ,_
J D. OILHRKATH I'Al.NT
CONTRACTOR
l*H. 3-oe?0; If no answer. J-5|0
"mjGUST BROS RYe
' ti the BEST.'
HFQODI
At the Antllla Hot.
1108 Pone. d. Leon
"Coral Gables Finest"
DINING ROOM
HOURS.
Wook Days Sunday I
5:30 to 9 P. M. 4 to 9 P.
CLOSED EVERY FRIDAY
Inquiries Welcomed tor
Bridge Luncheon* and Special P*rt"*
Phona 48-1714


GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMTTTFF q J L
Of The hwkk Welter.Bd^ P,? ft Gre^r ^^ Iewtah Ffc"*
Help Ui KmP Record of Our Man in Service)
SERVICE
I LOCAL BOYS
Bernard Serkin. son of Mr. and
JTbS Serkin, spent a fur-
M -h with his parents in Miami
jfwSk prior .- returning to
his Pst- ________
^rZo'0nhnof,h^SS. t ."aft
Who wa" Sith the PAA *r
L years. in Camp Perry
vSnia. for his basic training
n the U S. Navy. He is the
kroner oit Murray Zohn who is
ft US- Navy and is station-
ed in Sanford, Fla.
battlFsongIfor a
jewish bombardier
By Lawrence Lipton Lt. Col. Magnus S. Altmeyer.
For death by (lame and death by has been appointed special assis-
*Jewist>ncr/dUawj
PAGE SEVEN
PARADE!
Captain Alfred Augustine, for-
mer exodontist and oral surgeon
in the duPont Building, is chief
dental examiner for the State of
North Carolina, at the Armed
Forces Induction Station. Fort
Bragg. Captain Augustine has
been stationed at Fort Bragg for
the past two years.
1st. Lieut. Leonard Korsakov.
engineer of the U. S. Army, is
spending a ten day leave with
his father, Jacob Korsakov. 443
S. W. 4th Ave.
shame
And secret
name .
death without a
Brother mine.
lilt up your head
For sackcloth and for ashes
black
We pay this fiery payment
back
Brother mine,
lilt up your head
For murder done by day and for
The midnmht knock on the
door ....
Brother mine.
lift up your head
For knoutwi back and bleeding
groin
We fling you down this bloody
coin ....
Brother mine,
lift up your head
tant to the commander of Air
Transport Command installa-
tions at LaGuardia Field, Lt. Col.
H. R. Gilchrist announced in
New York.
While a resident of Miami
Beach, Col. Altmeyer resided at
<45 Atlantic Way. His son.
Magnus S., jr.. also is an Army
Air Forces officer.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Shul-
man, 528 Lincoln Road, today
were notified that their daugh-
ter. WAC Lt. Florence Shulman.
had been promoted from second
to first lieutenant at San Bern-
ardino Army Air Field. Cal.,
where she is stationed.
For rack
ruth
Eye for
tooth
and torment without
eye and tooth for
Technician 4/c Ceil Alexander
Citron, son of Mrs. Rose Citron.
1320 Drexel Ave., is serving with
the signal corps installation com-
pany in Italy as trick chief op-
erator.
Brother
hft up
mine,
your head
TECH HIGH STARTS
SUMMER TERM
For pain beneath your iron heel
Taste our ho', i.vcnging steel ....
Brother mine,
lift up your head
Where numberless my brothers
bled
Now count your own unnumber-
ed dead ....
Brother mine.
lift up your head!
Mr- Lipton, author of the best-
seller, "Brother the I.aug is Bit-
ter, dedicate the above poem
the Committee for a Jewish
Army of Stat. less and Palestin-
jJ?Jt'v' iich he is a mem-
The summer term at Technical
High school started June 5, with
all earned credits eligible for
transfer to other high schools,
school officials announced. The
term will continue for 12 weeks,
ending August 25.
The trimester plan makes it
possible for a student to enter
Tech High from the ninth grade
and complete the six terms of
work and be graduated with sen-
ior high school credits in two
years.
There will be no tuition charge
for the summer term, and regis-
trations are being accepted ;-t
the school. 1410 N. E. Second
Avenue.
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
_Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida
Serial No.
State
Name
Home Address
Street City
Birth U;i,<' Birthplace...........____________
City State
Civilian Occupation ........._________Marital Status______
Pat~e Entrv Date
In Service
Branch of Service .
FuI1 nare of *arest kin_____
Relations!''l> ........... Address.
^formation Transmitted by.._.
Telephone number_________
-----Discharged_____......
Rank or Rating.__
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
"on* those in service. These
will be used for publication
onihe Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian. the
daily press and national
publications. Send original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee,
Box 2973, Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk are. what
truy are seeing and doing.
WELFARE PROGRAM
HITS NEW PEAK
Jacksonville The state wel-
fare program has attained a new
peak, following the distribution
of additional old-age assistance
funds and the opening fro inve-
stigation of all applications for
aid to dependent children filed
not later than April 1, State Wel-
fare Commissioner Leland W.
Hiatt announced here today.
In Dade county, Hiatt said,
combined old-age assistance, aid
to the blind and aid to depend-
ent children grants for May ag-
gregated $83,964.50, or at the
rate of $1,007,5774 per year.
Troy C. Davis, Miami attorney,
we reelected Thursday as chair-
man of the district welfare board.
Mrs. Lena Simons was reelected
vice chairman.
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.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. w. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG. VicB-Chalrman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sse.
Executive Committee
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman,
Mauruce Grossman, Louis Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alex-
ander F. MUer, at Roth, Fred
Shochet, Milton Slrfcln, Joseph
Stein, Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl
Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
Dev,
hng This Page to the Efforts of the Army Navy Committee. Made Possible Through
the Co-Operation of ?
ABESS & COSTAR
First National Bank Bldg.
CARL'S MARKETS
Miami Miami Beach
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
'" E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
FIXZIT SYSTEM
"14 N. e. 2nd Avenue
PLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO.
M N. E. 28th Street
GREEN BROS.
55 N. E. 24th Street
HUB DRY GOODS
128 N. Miami Avenue
JACK C JAYSON
DONALD LAVIGNEUNIFORMS
114 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avanue
MIAMI MILL WORK &
LUMBER CO.
535 N. W. Uth 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 at 87th Ave.
WOMETCO THEATRES
Mitchell Wolf son Sidney Meyer
Keep on buying War Bonds.

*'
When You Pay For
9 WATCH REPAIRS
Why Net Get the Best
-*
HAVI AN
ACCURATE
T1MIKIIPU
Technical training
and years of experi-
ence only can main a
man a watchmaker.
You'll find such skills
at Danzig's. Get the
best It c-oiU o e
more.
1
JIWILIY BEPAIRINq
- ^
DANZIG'S
Jewelers
216 MALCVON ARCADE
I4SE.Hauler S*.

Buy Stamps and Bonds.
0. S. Marines
J. Solis-Cohen. Jr., President
of The Jewish Publication So-
ciety of America, has announced
that the Executive Director of
The Society, Maurice Jacobs, has
been promoted to the newly
created office of Executive Vice-
President. Mr. Solis-Cohen, in
his Tenth Annual Report to The
Society, published in Volume 45
of The American Jewish Year
book, stated:
"No record of the past decade
of The Society's activities would
be complete without an acknol-
edgment of the excellent results
obtained through the energy, en-
thusiasm, loalty and ability of
our Executive Director, Maurice
Jacobs.
MARINE HERO -fv
Dies..:
AND LIVES TO
TELL THE TALE
CORP. WALTER J. BOOT,
USMCSIGNALING WITH
MAKESHIFT FLAGS
SAVED HIS ENTIRE ,
PLATOON FROM BEING '
WIPED OUT... HE WAS
WOUNDED AND PRESUM-
ABLY "DIED" IN THE BASE
HOSPITAL ...ARTIFICIAL
RESPIRATION AND
CONTINUED TRANS-
FUSIONS STARTED
HIS HEART BEAT.
!SILVER STAR MEDAL
WAS AWARDED CORPORAL
McGAHERN,USMC...FOR CON-
SPICUOUS BRAVERY WHILE LAY-
ING COMMUNICATION WIRE UN-
DER HEAVY ENEMY FIRE.
PALM BEACH NOTES
MBS. MARY 8CHREBNICX BepreaentotJv*
ALFAR
CPLAMERY CO.
rarneBeitki Dairy
Products
WEST PALM BEACH
HU nriM inr
Drink
COCA
COLA
Coca Cola Bottling
Company
of
West Palm Beach
Florida
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Patsa
MatsotaallT r
AB KIAl TO TOU AB YOU1
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
LA IN H ART & POTTER
ESTABLISHED IMS
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla.



PAGE EIGHT
>Jewish HcrMtofL
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
By the time you read this col-
umn most of the delegates,
friends and wives will be en-
route to Atlanta to attend the
district convention. At the last
moment we were advised by
Brother Irving Firtel that due to
the illness of his mother he
would have to cancel his reser-
vations. We regret to .learn of
this, Irving, and extend our best
wishes for a speedy recovery to
your mother. Also, at the last
moment. Brother Jack Bern-
stein, one of our old convention
standbys. has announced his in-
tention of going and will be
present.
The new bond drive got off to
a nice start with the added im-
petus of D-Day, and too much
credit cannot be given to Broth-
er Alex Cohen who spent three
days in the B'nai B'rith office
and obtained subscriptions of
over $150,000 in bond purchases
In addition. Brother Cohen pre-
pared and mailed out all of the
dues statements to the entire
membership which is a two
weeks' job at least. Taking into
consideration that Brother Alex
was only elected financial secre-
tary at the last meeting, we are
put on notice that we have an
energetic worker who is willing
to give his all to see that the
job is well done.
Preparations are being mad,'
for a social affair in the near
future which will probably be
in the form of a swim party,
either at one <> 1" tin' county nark.-.
or at the Venetian Pools. He-
-GORDON-
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
24-HOUR
Ambulance Service
I WANT MY MILK
And Be 8ur Iff
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" MUk
"Milk Product."
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
200 II. W. 32nd Straat
freshments and dancing together
with entertainment are tenta-
tively being arranged, all of
which will be a free affair to
paid up members. I hope that
this will stimulate you to pay
your dues promptly so that you
may enjoy the fraternity of the
organization.
Congratulations are now in
order to Harry Gordon and Jen-
nie Rotfort upon their nuptials
Sister Jennie is one of the out-
standing women ot the entire
district and certainly in the city,
and we know that with then-
combined efforts, everything
good will come of it.
Also to Paul Barnett and his
lovely wife upon the birth <>f
their new daughter. Not forget-
ting Brother Sain Silver and our
own llelene who are announcing
the birth of their new hoy. Sain
and Helene have waited quite
patiently and I know that the
reward is gratifying. I hope
they will enjoy much pleasure
and happiness from their new
addition and the best wishes ot
the Lodge, together with my
personal blessings go to both of
them.
Brother Alex Miller called in
as this column was being dic-
t;it< d and the following is the
conversation:
"Hello. Marx, would you like
a nice Hem tor your column.'"
Answer: "Yes."
"Will, last week I went down
to the blood bank to donate some
blood and the girl, taking my ap-
plication, said: 'Would you mind
spelling B'nai B'nth for me: I
should really know because dur-
ing the past two weeks so man/
people have come in giving that
organization as the sponsor, but;
I always have to ask how to.spell
it'." Says Alex to this: "It :s
very gratifying to hear that as
our organization has always at-:
tempted to cooperate fully 111 j
the blood banK activities."
Says your columnist to this: !
"Thanks for calling in. Alex. I .
am sure that Abe Aronovitz.
who is chairman of this commit-
tee, and who Is also the largest
blood donor in the country, to
our knowledge, will be glad to
hear this comment."
MOVING
STORAGE
HAULING
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
area are as follows^
day evening si o'clock *
ongregatlona meeting of the '
i,:,.u- Calendar. All members are re
quested to attend.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Ml-
am, Beach: Frldaj evening itnhJJ
.,, --ci nVloi K Siim da ) moi nlng a<
Rabbi moms Meachtloff wll
nieak ......A New Light. Ethics ol
,,'. Father, will be dlsouawd during
Kalurdaj evening, Bond sale througn-
out the week.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Kalmlaa Shabboa Prldaj evening ni
, i saturdai .....rnlng a< i vlcee at
lock R.ibbi Irving Lehrntan wi.l
Rueak n the Weekly Portion 1 tin-
Law Junior aervlcea al | a m
Sh"l'>hh Seudoa aervlcea bI ml P m
i,, be followed b) evening prayera
The (Vntei will b< ho ti lo members
ni.l iheli aIvea al an Infoi mal pr< -
vacation card and mah Jongg party
Naturda) evening, June i", i" be new
in the |atlo.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK CONGREGA-
TION. Orthodox. 1545 S. W. 3rd Ave..
Miami: Prlda) evening aervlcea al
Rundown: Rnl urd i\ moi nlng om-
hlned uenli>r-Junlor aervlcea al
t>ck. I 'in Ing the aervli ea, Moi -
ton, aon ..f Mr and Mra BenJ E |<
linn. ill bei oine bai mittvah Moi
, ton will address hla iwrenta and th<
1 roiiKreganta, and Rabbi Simon April
| u ill respond, A rei eptlon will ful
low Immedlntel) aftei Ihe aei I
Kundnt evening Congregation Hohaa-
rel Z.ii.u win hold I -' conflr-
iii.ii Ion > i.....' v o'cloc-k Rabbi
Vpin will addreaa the fonflrmanta
Rum mi i II. In e no In
RORslcn Iteglatrall.....lall} 10 a. m
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Re-
form. 137 N. E. 1 Hexulai rvlci Pi Idaj evening ,ii
R:1 >'), nn bj Rabbi Jacob
Tarshish.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W.
17th Ave.. Miami: Si PS An hed-
iiIi ii f,,i pi idaj H *:l."i p m .ind
Knturdn) al 9 -i m and 7:13 p m
I >. ; i service! IS m and I -''
p in
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
servative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach:
He vlcea n heduli d for Friday
ex pnlng al 7 l Naturda) moi nlng
aervlcea will be held al 9:30 :' which
lime the guest apeaker will !> Dr.
Ephroim Fischoff of Newark, N .1..
who will preach on the weekly i>t
tlnn of the law Cantor Abraham
In In ,,n will ihant llu- liturgical
portion ..f the aervlce A Klddush
will I"- served after the aei I i .\r
i.Mini.ii aervlcea ;n 7 ::n Rthlca ol
Ihe Fathers will be discussed '<\ i m
Rphrolm Fischoff, followed by Hha-
loa Seudos,
i^^AY^g
Notes Of
M. H. A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
Larry Grossberg, chairman of
the Town "Y's" 13th Annual
Dance, announces that plans are
well under way for the 13th an-
nual dance to be held at the
Coral Gables Country Club on
Tuesday, June 20, at 8:30
o'clock. Cy Washburn and his
Country Club Orchestra will fur-
nish the music and entertain-
ment for the occasion:
In an interview, Mr. Gross-
berg stated "Many persons have
approached me time and again
and have commended the "Y"
for the fine work they are doing
in behalf of youngsters and men
in the Armed Forces, that very
little has been done for the gen-
eral get-together of those civil-
ians who are manning the home
front. The annual dance .
occasion when a general .. j
aether is the order o?.^
It is the only tZ. V^M
year
the only time duhnY
attended previous *f fijl
the country Club well kS
a good time is in store for
"Y" Forum Group
Harry Gerstein, chairman
the Miami "Y< Forum Gffl
announces that the next m*
wJn'S HBrUp wil1 held i
Wednesday evening, June 14
the Town "Y." The topTford'
CUM on will l,e "ls sociala
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