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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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D-DAY HAS COME-V-DAY ON THE WAY!
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^THE JEWISH UNITY
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THE JEWI SH WE
vSEumTiT-NUMBER 24
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
Hill BR1TH
II HUP MEET
Sbolem Lodge B'nai B'rith
was present with the largest of
all delegations at the- Fifth Dis-
trict Convention held in Atlanta
last week-end. More than 160
delegates from the seven states
comprising the district took part
in the business sessions of the
War Service Conferences.
Speakers highlighting the
convention included Alfred M.
Cohen, honorary president of the
National Order; Louis A. Novins,
assistant national director of the
Anti-Defamation League, and
Bob Lurie, national director of
the War .Service program. Alex-
ander V. Miller, Florida Regional
Director of the A. D. L.. served
as moderator and conducted an
A. D. L. panel during one of the
sessions.
A number ol resolutions were
adopted, among which were the
commendation of the efforts ar\d
activities of the National Order;
endorsement of the Anti-Defam-
ation League; calling for the as-
sistance of all organizations to
participate fully in the War Ser-
vice program; and a resolution
(CONTINUED ON CAOE St
IIS III DESTROY
JEWS OF EUROPE
illS ROOSEVELT
Washington (JTA)President
Roosevelt, in a message to Con-
gress this week, in which he re-
ported on the arrangements to
bring 1.00U refugees from Europe
to this country for temporary
shelter, emphasized that "as the
hour of final defeat of the Hik
write forces draws closer, the
'ury of their insane desire to
wipe out the Jewish race in Eu-
rope continues undiminished."
Knowing that they have lost
the war, the President said.
the Nazis are determined to
complete their program of mass-
wermination. This program is
out one manifestation of Hitler's
a>m to salvage from military de-
"ttt victory for Nazi principles
me very principles which this
war must oe.stroy unless we shall
na\e fought in vain."
that'. Roosevelt told Congress
nai u was essential to take ac-
"fon w"hout delay" in the work
lam Ui'.nR "eople from Nazi
E*. "e outlined the activi-
anri 1 tht' War Refugee Board
and emphasized that "this nation
DerWled by the systematic
*Uon ,of "apless minority
IWMp. by the Naz,s." He point-
WJBttSLi- the Congress has
i-0D^I^ily 'nanifested its deep
onwn w.th the pitiful plight
Eurnn ,n;1S(X'utcd minorities in
S\uhoso lives are each day
ffoiW iyvagy n the
RABBI KONVITZ"
DES IN NEW JERSEY
"ftte N- J- (JTA)-Rabbi Jo-
lC ?nA"?- President of the
ffid ',rll'odox Rabbis of the
It S? ^ates and Canada, died
was M mmer home here. He
nia r?reai5 old: BorninLith-
United s. ,Konv,tz came to the
*s ahhf 3 es ,n 1915- He served
c*reitif SeVeral New Jersev
d'M of Vkns,iTand ^eame presi-
Stf i'91U3mon of Orthodox
Enthusiastic Bond Meeting at Beach; Over
Ten Million Dollars Pledged; B nai B nth is
Sponsoring Two Fighting Ships in Bond Sales
PIES. ROOSEVELT
REFUGEES TO U.S.
Miami Beach fired its first gun
in the all out drive by its'
churches, organizations, associa-
tions, groups, and every man,
women and child to score sales
of 10 million dollars or more m
the 5th War Loan.
Assembled at Miami Beach
Recreation Pier Sunday, June I
11th, were delegates of most of'
the institutions of Miami Beach
to pledge their support in the
"Invasion Bond Drive." Then
plan in selling 10 million or
more of bonds is to supply such
funds necessary to completely
mechanize ana supply an "In-
vasion Force Unit" such as those
now in operation in the Europe-
an drive.
Col. C. G. Mettler of the Ar-
my Intelligence Division, pre-
sented an estimate of the amount
necessary to purchase rifles, bay-
onets, ships, planes, tanks, guns
and hospital units to support an
invasion force as being 10 mil-
lion dollars. This was adopted
by Miami Beach as its goal in
the 5th War Loan.
The City of Miami Beach op-
ened the meeting. Mayor John
H. Levi stated "the city of Mi-
ami Beach, its judicial and ex-
ecutive bodies, its police and fire
departments, the Miami Beach
Employees Benevolent Assa.,
and all the divisions and de-
partments are in lull support of
the 5th War Loan. The ciay goal
will be $1,000,000 and they were
hopeful to exceed this amount
but are calling upon everyone
to show their civic pride as well
as patriotic support in financing
the 5th War Loan.
The Miami Beach Board of
Realtors represented by Ed
Keefer, will undertake to sell
$250,000 in bonds in support of
the city wide campaign. Ameri-
can Jewish Congress pledged
through it bond chairwoman.
Mrs. Rose Weiss, $600,000 which
is $100,000 more than they sold
in the 4th War Loan.
B'nai B'rith organization under
bond chairmanship of Louis Hei-
nian, instructed Charles Glatt
to pledge $1,000,000 to the Mi-
ami Beach Drive and stated they
were sponsoring the purchase of
a subchaser. They are also cam-
paigning to sponsor a second
subchaser through $1,000,000 in
sales at Miami. The Beach
Apartment Association report-
ed through its bond representa-
tive. Mr. Honoroff, they have al-
ready set their plans to sub-
scribe no less than $500,000 to
the Miami Beach Invasion. Bond
Drive.
Miami Beach Zionist Organi-
zation through its spokesman.
Philip Salmon, stated its mem-
bers had supported all of the
War Loans but this is the first
time they have been called upon
as a body to aid in an "all out
campaign and pledged $500,000
in the campaign.
Dade Chapter Cardiac Home
presented its pledge through
Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, bond
chairwoman, who stated "we
have already reached half our
goal of $100,000."
Ladies' Auxiliary of Jewish
War Veterans bond chairman.
Mrs. Ida Mae Levine, pledged
$106,000, sufficient to purchase
a convalescent camp and 400
bed exacuation hospital.
Dr. Louis H. Lytton pledged
$200,000 in sales to be created
through the professional groups
comprising doctors, dentists, at-
torneys, and accountants at Mi-
ami Beach. In the religious
group. Beth Jacob Congregation
made its pledge through Rabbi
Moses. Mescheloff. The rabbi
stated, "his congregation agreed
(CONTINUED N PAGE 4)
Bond activity by Sholem '
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, is increas-
ing as the organization is ex-
pending every effort in the sale
of $2,000,000 of War Bonds in the
drive which started June 1st'
and will end August 1st.
The Lodge is sponsoring the
purchase of two fighting ships,
a sub chaser to be sponsored by
the citizens of Miami Beach and
one by the citizens of Miami.
Louis Heiman, chairman of the
drive, has announced the ap-
pointment of Nat Roth as chair-
man of special events, who, in
turn, announced the opening of!
a bond booth on Flaglcr Street
in front of Stevens Dress Shop,'
adjoining the Seybold Arcade. I
The booth will be manned by
volunteers of the men's and wo-
men's organizations, and those
desiring to serve are asked to
immediately contact the B'nai
B'rith office. 3-6306.
Another special event sched-
uled for the drive is a broad-
cast over WIOD on Tuesday,
June 20th, when a special pro-
gram will be staged in front of
the First Federal Savings and
Loan Association from 12:30 to
2:00 p. m., at the corner of N.
E. 1st Avenue and 1st Street.
The following Friday an auc-
tion will be held in front of
Stevens, when 24 pairs of Nylon
hose will be included among
many unpurchasable items to be
auctioned to War Bond purchas-
ers.
War Bonds may be purchased
through B'nai B'rith at Dade
Federal Savings Si Loan Asso-
ciation, American National Bank
of Miami, Mercantile National
Bank of Miami Beach, First Na-
tional Bank of Miami Beach,
Miami Beach Federal Savings &c
Loan Association, and the B'nai
B'rith office, 330 Seybold Bldg.,
phone 3-6306.
Washington (JTA) Approxi-
mately 1,000 refugees will be
immediately brought to the Unit-
ed States and placed in an
"emergency 'refugee shelter" to
be established at Fort Ontario.
New York, President Roosevelt
disclosed at his press conference
today.
While the War Refugee Board
is charged with the overall re-
sponsibility for the project, the
army will take the necessary
security precautions, so that the
refugees will remain in the
camp, and the actual adminis-
tration of the camp is to be in
the hand of the War Relocation
Authority, the president re-
vealed.
In a cablegram of instructions
to Ambassador Robert Murphy
in Algiers, the President said he
would "like the group to include
a reasonable proportion of vari-
ous categories of persecuted peo-
ple who have fled to Italy." The
President linstructed the ambas-
sador "to bear in mind to the
extent possible those refui;< i B
1 should be selected for whom
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 3)
PARTIES
TO LAW AGAINST
01 U. SJPEffl
New York (JTA)Jewish
achievements in Palestine were
lauded by Robert J. Watt, repre-
sentative of the U. S. govern-
ment to the International Labor
Office, addressing a luncheon ot
the Pioneer Women Organization
at the Hotel Pennsylvania, at-
tended by more than 1.000 mem-
bers and guests.
Mrs. Alexander Kahn. who
presided, announced that the pi-
oneer Women in New York this
year raised the sum of $80,000
for Jewish welfare work in Pal- ,
estine. and hope to increase this
sum to $125,000 before the end
of the year.
Speaking on post-war prob- ,
lems. Mr. Watt said that when ,
the peace pact is concluded, pi o-
visions must be made for equal
treatment of all peoples and for
elimination of racial Pf"ecu-
tions. "We must be united in
our determination not to see any
racial or religious persecutions
repeated and not to have any
suppression of national minori-
ties," he declared:_______
A BEST investmentA United
States War Bond. Buy often.
SERVICE BUREAU
ELECTS DIRECTORS
The Jewish Social Service Bu- j
reau, formerly the Jewish Wei- ,
fare Bureau, at the first meeting
of its newly elected board ot
directors last Wednesday eve-,
ning, chose from among its group,
officers to direct the ensuing
year's activities.
Mrs. Ben Meyers was chosen
president. Mrs. Meyers served
the Bureau as ecretary and a
director for many years, and her
background shows much social
work experience. She likewise
has been active with the Jewish
Federation, American Jewish
Congress, and numerous com-
munal activities.
Other officers include Mark
Max. first vice-president: Mrs.
Maurice Grossman, second vice-
president; Dr. Albert E. Rosen-
thai, third vice-president; M. J.
Kopelowitz, secretary; Sidney
Letcourt, treasurer; and Max K.
Silver, assistant treasurer. Al^
bert (juadow was added to tne
loan committee.
Standing committees and the
program of the Bureau will be
announced shortly, according to
Mrs. Meyers.____________
London (JTA)-The German
radio reported this week that
Jews in occupied France are
preparing for the day when the
whole of France will be liber-
ated. American flags manufac-
tured and owned by a Jew have
been discovered in a Paris cel-
lar." the broadcast said.
JEWS OF ENGLAND
ART READY TO AID
JEWS OF OUSSIA
London (JTA)The Board of
Deputies of British Jews this
week announced its readiness to
cooperate with the Jews in Rus-
sia "after twenty-five years of
isolation."
The announcement was made
by A. G. Brotmas, secretary of
the board, addressing a confer-
ence of representatives of sixty
Jewish organizations called for.
the purpose of speeding the cam-
paign of Jewish groups here for [
$200,000 to send twenty-five am-
bulances to Russia.
The conference heard a mes-
sage of greeting from Chief Rab-
bi Hertz who emphasized Rus-
sia's contribution to the fight for
the cause of freedom in the
present war. A message was al-
so read from the Jewish Anti-
Fascist Committee in Moscow
greeting the landing of the Al-
lied armies in France.
New York (JTA)The repa-
triation of Tropolitanian Jewish
refugees now in Tunisia is being
carried out by local authorities
in cooperation with the Hias-Ica
Emigration Association.
Atlantic City (JTA> The
Democratic and Republican par-
ties were called upon this week
to incorporate in the platforms
which they will adopt at their
Chicago conventions planks call-
ing for legislation to make anti-
Semitism and other forms of ra-
cial bias a criminal offense. The
demand was voiced in a resolu-
tion adopted at the 57th annual
convention of the Independent
Order of Brith Abraham, meet-
ing here.
The convention also adopted
a resolution urging promulgation
by the peace conference of an
international bill of rights, in-
corporating the Four Freedoms
and the Atlantic Charter. A com-
mittee was appointed to under-
take a study of proposed world
peace plans, in cooperation with
other Jewish groups, in order
to secure international legisla-
tion -outlawing anti-Semitism
and all other forms of racial dis-
crimination.
The delegates voted to petition
President Roosevelt, members
of Congress and national figures
urging abrogation of the British
White Paper on Palestine and
free and unlimited Jewish immi-
gration there. They also af-
firmed their support of the Bal-
four Declaration, calling for a
Jewish national home in Pales-
tine. Other resolutions cited ap-
proval of the American Jewish
Conference and their support.
DIRECTORS OF
FEDERATION TO MEET
A special meeting of the 1944-
45 board of directors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion will be held on Wednesday,
June 21, at 8:15 p. m. in the Sun-
shine room of the Florida Power
it Light Co., in the Ingraham
Building.
Several important matters will
be discussed.
. .

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PAGE TWO

BAR MITZVAH RITES AT
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
The bar mitzvah exercises of
Stewart Lawrence Kohn, son of
Mr. and Mrs. .Harry Kohn. 600
W. 45th Street, and of Mynhart.
Tobin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles S. Tobin, 5231 N. Bay
Rd., will feature the Sabbath ser-
vices at Beth Sholom Center, at
9:20 a. m. tomorrow. Kabbi S.
M. Machtei will address the COn-
lirmants and will preach in "A
Relay Race." Cantor A. Fried-
man will chant the musical por-
tion of the service. The parents
of the confirmants will be hosts
to the congregation at a reception
in the Ellis room, after the ser-
vices. Friends are invited. No
invitations have been mailed.
Jack Feit, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Feit, left to visit friends
and relatives In Brooklyn and
New York. He will spend the
rest of the summer as junior
counselor at Camp Monroe. N. Y.
TO UNVEIL MONUMENT
FOR LIEUT. GINSBURG
The unveiling of a monument
for the late Lieutenant Irving M.
Ginsburg will take place Sun-
i day, June 18th, at 2 p. m. in the
| Jewish section of Woodlawn Part
cemetery. Lieut. Ginsburg son
of Mr. and Mi's. Gus Ginsburg,
, formerly of this city, and now of
South Carolina, was killed in ac-
I tion while serving as a member
| of the Air Corps at Opa Locka
1 Field. He was twenty-two years
I old, and his entire youth was
i filled with communal activities,
many of whose endeavors he
served as president.
Friends are asked to join the
family at the services on Sun-
day, when Rabbi Max Shapiro
will dedicate the memorial. Ar-
rangements are under the direc-
tion of E. Gordon.
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Rose,
of Miami Beach, have left to at-
tend the meeting of the Ameri-
can Medical Association in Chi-
While away Dr. Rose will
visit the clinics of Chicago and
the Lying In Hospital, Cook
County Hospital, and the hospit-
al of the University of Illinois,
where he formerly served on
the staff.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zeitlin left
this week for a three months'
stay in Lockwood and Horr.ell.
New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Platoff
are spending some time in New
York City.
Mr and Mrs. William Fried-
man left today for an extended
trip through the North. They
will visit friends and relatives in
Connecticut, Massachusetts.
Rhode Island, and New York.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten
will leave June 17 for New York
on a buying trip. They will al-
so visit Mr. Rosengarten's son
at Waterbury and relatives and
friends in other northern cities.
after which they will spend two
weeks in the Catskill mountains,
returning to Miami the last of
July.
+Jewist thrkHan
MISS KIRSTEIN BRIDE
OF ENSIGN KOBLENZ
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Kir-
stein announce the marriage of
their daughter, Gloria Charlotte,
to Ensign William H. Koblenz.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kob-
lenz. 2719 S. W. 19th Terrace, on
Thursday. June 15th. at 7:30 p.m.
The marriage was performed
by Rabbi Max Shapiro at the
home of the bride's parents. 1335
S. W. 18th St., in the presence of
the immediate family. The wed-
ding dinner followed at the
Garden Restaurant. The couple
will reside in Ft. Lauderdale
where the ensign is stationed.
A surprise shower was given
the bride-to-be last Tuesday eve-
ning by Miss Ruby Boniske and
Miss Flo Sidle at Miss Bonisk/s
home, 1110 S. W. 12th Court.
Isidor Goldstein is spending
a week at the Paris Hotel. New
York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newman
have as their guests, Mr. and
Mrs. G. L. Newman and daugh-
ter. Mrs. Joe Anshel. of New
York, and Mrs. Tillie Greene-
berg of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ginsburg
and Miss Paula Ginsburg of Co-
lumbia. S. C., Mrs. Irving M.
Ginsburg, of Aiken, S. C, and
Mrs. Joe Goldstein of Galax. Va.,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George
Chertkof.
Captain Harold Rand, sta-
tioned at Ellington Field, Texas,
and a former Miami physician,
prior to his entering the service,
was in Chicago last week at-
tending the American Medical
Convention and College of Aller-
gists' meetings.
Dave EmiiKT has returned to
the city from Virginia to rees-
tablish his home here with his
family on Miami Beach.
TIKI THEATRE
S.W. Bth St. at 15th Ave.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
AIR CONDITIONED
Fri. and Mat. Only Sat.
June 16-17
HUMPHREY
BOGART
in
"CRIME
SCHOOL"
WITH
THE DEAD END KIDS

Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. Thru Thar., June 17-22
BETTY
GRABLE
IN TECHNICOLORED
//
I PIN UP
GIRL
//
WITH
CHARLIE SPIVAK
and His Band
MARTHA RAYE
JOE E. BROWN
Lt. Matt J. Finkelson is here
on a surprise visit with his fi-
ancee, Miss Burnadine Roth,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Roth. He arrived here Tuesday
from an overseas post, whore he
has been the last eighteen
months He will leave in several
days for Philadelphia to visit his
parents before returning to act-
ive duty.
Jack August, Miami Beach, is
in Ashevilfe, N. C, for a two1
weeks' stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg
will return to the city Friday af-
ter spending two weeks in Geor-
gia visiting with relatives and
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pallot
were in Atlanta attending the
B n.ii B'rith convention, and will
spend two weeks in Dallas, Tex-
as, visiting their son, Norton,
who is stationed there, before
returning home.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will leave
Sunday for New York, where he
will attend the conference of the
American Jewish Congress as B
local delegate.
Harry Schwartz is in Chicago
on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Broad
are now in New York. They will
return about July 15th.
Lieut, and Mrs. Sol Rotfort
are spending a furlough in the
city visiting friends and rela-
tives. Here, at the same time,
is Ensign Ceile Rotfort, a mem-
ber of the SPARS, and sister of
Lieut. Rotfort. who is attached
to the Quartermaster Division of
the Air Corps.
MIAMI ATTORNEY
WEDS IN PALM BEACH
Mr and Mrs. Amos Benjamin
were wedded June 6 in Palm
Beach by Rabbi Manuel Green-
stein. They left Saturday on
lheir honeymoon for Johnstown,
Pa to visit the bride's parents.
Upon their return they will re-
side at 1637 S. W. 10th St.
Formerly Miss Judith Kam-
insky, the bride is the daughter,
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kamin-
sky, Johnstown, Pa.
Mr. Benjamin, who is engaged
in the practice of law in Miami,
is the son of the Louis Benja-
mins, 1637 S. W. 10th St. He
received his AB. and LLB. de-
grees at the University of Louis-
ville in Kentucky, and also re-
ceived an LLB. degree from the
University of Miami.
FORT LAUDERDALE
SISTERHOOD
The Sisterhood of Temple
Emanu-El, at its meeting on
June 5 in the home of the presi-
dent, Mrs. Mack Katz, set the
time and place of the next con-
gregational benefit social evening
for Monday, June 19. at the home
of Mrs. Louis Sandier. The next
business meeting will be on
Monday evening, July 10. at the
home of Mrs. L. D. Sklar. re-
cording secretary. The weekly
Sisterhood night in charge of re-
freshments at the Fort Lauder-
dale Service Men's Center can-
teen has been changed for the
summer from Wednesday to
Tuesday.
raiDAY,jUNEifMQM
HOTEL GREETERS
NAME OFFICERS
Among officers soated it, ,.
Miami Chapter of the lm ,he
t.onal Association of "fr,
Greeters this week were lS0tel
Block. Pershing hotel.first*?
president; and Nathan Raff *t
miami hotel, third JEH Ta"
dent. a vlce"Presi-
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth are
now at their home after a four-
week combined business and
pleasure trip.
Leo Ackerman, president of
the Miami Y.M.H.A., arrived
home Monday after a three week
business trip in the North. While
in New York he had several con-
ferences with heads of the
Jewish Welfare Board concern-
ing Y.M.H.A. activities.
*nua military wedding D*.
Abraham N. Neiman and St
Evelyn Scheimin were joined h
marriage at the George win
ington Hotel Wednesday S'
ning. cve*
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff 0ffi
ciated at both ceremonies.
births"
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bernard
frtil28 Fuclid Ave- 55K
the birth of a daughter, June 7
Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Shevarh
?he3h1hNnfBayH RaKd a"SS
ihItbStlhFrafnc,sdhUoSS.0n Ju"e
BRISM
The bnth milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman, 427
N. E. 26th Street, took place at
St. Francis hospital on Tuesday
with Rabbi S. M. Machtei offi-
ciating. The same afternoon.
Rabbi Machtei officiated at the
brith milah of the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Alterman, 2270 S
W. 23rd Terrace, at St. Francis
hospital.
The bris milah of David Lud-
wig. son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton
Loeb, Miami Beach, took place
Monday, June 12th. at St. Fran-
cis hospital, with Rev. Philip
Fried officiating.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spir-
itual leader of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, will leave with
his family on Monday to visit
with friends and relatives in
New York and New Jersey. The
rabbi will attend several con-
ferences during his stay there.
They will return the latter part
of August.
Mi. and Mrs. Max Lippman of
Miami Beach are leaving for an
extended vacation in New York, j
Frank White, nephew of Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Gluck. has
appointed physical director
of the Progressive Club, of At-
lanta, Ga.
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Convalescence
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"Owned and Operated by
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A COMMUNITY CEMETERY
Affiliated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami
Jewish Orthodox, Schrarei Zedek and Sisterhood
Chesed Shel Ernes
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PERPETUAL
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Of Cemetery lots may mean a great deal
or very little
AT
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Perpetual care means that every lot and
every single grave purchased, as well as
the drives and walks, shrubbery and trees,
will be maintained in their present per-
fect and beautiful condition
For All Time
and that ample funds are constantly being
placed in trust for this purpose.
It means that the spot selected and cher-
ished by you will nevercan neversuffer
from the indifference, neglect or inability
of those who follow you in the long years
to come.
BUY IN ADVANCE OF NEED
INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY.
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vJewistncridliari
MORE ABOUT
110 REFUGEES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
hnr havens <>f refuge are not
*y available? He ca-
5S Murphy that the "proceed-
tffJJtK selection of the ref-
Z-cs ami the arrangements for
hrineiny 'l""1 over should bc as
Splc and expedittoui as possi-
ETuncomplicated by any of the
,,c,,'.l formalities involved in ad-
Sffinl^ople to the .United
Sites under the immigration
laws"____________
N. H. jTcT HAS
ELECTION OFOFFICERS
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children al Denver held an elec-
tion ol officers on June 6. 1944
at the VM & WHA at Miami
Beach Officers-elect are: Pres-
ident Mrs. Myron Newman; first
vice-president, Mrs. Irving Mil-
ler aeci "II \ ice-president. Mrs.
Hy Friedman; third vice-pres-
ident. Mrs. John Feller; record-
ing secretary, Mrs. Morris Lef-
1(0,. corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Herman Wronker; financial
secretary, Mrs. Lee Goudiss;
treasurer, Mrs. Sam Luby; aud-
itor. Mrs. Sam Leschel.
Board rectors include Mrs.
Edith Pollack, Mrs. Jerry Alex-
ander, Mi Dave Beyer, Mrs.
Charles Burns, Mrs. Ben Bloom,
Mrs. G< Feller, Mrs. Ruth
Hi:t.- M 5ol Cloldstrom. Mrs.
ft .,. i Mrs. I. H. Gold-
man. Mrs. Sam Kirstein, Mrs. M.
Litwin, Mrs Freda Suburman,
Mrs. Mollj LifshutZ, Mrs. Hat-
lie Newn Mrs. G. Newlander.
Mrs. Rose Su-inhauser, Mrs. M.
Safra, Mi Camille Baum, Mrs.
M. Ross, Ml J<>e. Rose, Mrs. Sol
Taplin. Mi Weider.
Monthly meetings of the or-
mnizatii n are recessed during
the summei and will resume on
October 3, 1944, with the instal-
lation of officers.
PAGE THREE
LADIES AUXILIARY IN
LAST SUMMER MEET
Ladies Auxiliary of Schaarei
Zedek held its last meeting of
the summer Wednesday at the
synagogue. The Auxiliary is
planning some interesting parties
for each month and the money
raised will go to the Talmud To-
rah fund.
At the meeting the following
Officers were elected: President,
Mrs. Ida Buckstem; first vice-
president Mrs. William Clein;
second vice-president, Mrs. Mor-
ris Ofsowitz; third vice-presi-
dent,. Mrs. N. Siegel; correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. Sam Miller;
recording secretary. Mrs. Milton
Weiner, and treasurer, Mrs. S.
Stone. Board members elected
were: Mesdames April, August,
Feldan, Kleber. Kostoff. Moss.
Pepper, Rappaport, Shargaa.
Sokoloft, Tannenbauin and Trae-
ger.
AMERICANIZATION
CLASSES BEING HELD
---------
Americanization classes to us-
| aist non-citizens in preparation
for their papers are taking place
every Tuesday and Thursday
evenings from 8 to 9:30 in Room
908 of the Vocational School lo-
I cated at 1410 N. E. 2nd Avenue.
The non-sectarian classes are B
project of. and sponsored by, the
Miami Section National C< uncil
of Jewish Women. Mrs. Joel
Belov is instructor, and there is
no charge made by the organi-
ation for this program
CARDIAC HOME TO
HOLD CARD PARTY
Dade Chapter, National Child-
ren's Cardiac Home, will hold a
dissert card party at the Ver-
sailles Hotel, Miami Beach, on
Wednesday, June 21st, at 1 p. m.
i Mis. Charles Raab, chairman,
! and Mrs. Milton Wolf, co-chair-
man, and their committee have
arranged a very pleasant after-
noon.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
NOW OPEN
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Restaurant
Featuring
UNUSUAL FOODS
DELICIOUS PASTRIES
N. E. SECOND AVE. of FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760
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MORE ABOUT
BIG DELEGATION
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
calling for National organiza-
tions to unify their public rela-
tions program.
Louis Heiinan of Miami was
chosen as third vice-president.
Other officers elected were:
Hyman Rubin, Columbia, S. C,
president; Jesse Fine, Baltimore,
lirst vice-president; Isaac Grad-
man, AsheviUe, N. c, second
vice-president; Julius Fisher,
EPanokej Va.. secretary, and
Maier Triest, Charleston, S. C.
treasurer.
Heiman has served as presi-
dent of the Miami Sholein Lodge I
and last September was elected \
as a vice president of the Flur- I
Ida Federation of B'nai B'nth
Mrs. Joseph L. Goldstein, Ga-
lax, Va., was re-elected presi-
dent of the Ladies Auxiliary of |
the Fifth District, which met M i
the same time. Sarah Rose i
Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz of Miami,
was elected president of the
newly funned B'nai B'rith or-
ganization for girls. Miss Mild-
red Zalka was elected .secretary.
MIAMI WORKER IS
AWARDED TRIP
Mrs. Irving Miller of 520 S. W.
22nd Rd., Miami, was awarded an
all-expense trip to Denver, Col.
donated by Myron M. Newman
and Maurice Cohn. This trip is
in consideration of special work
done by Mrs. Miller in connec-
tion with the activities of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren at Denver. Mrs. Miller
will make a thorough study of
the tctivities and needs of the
parent organization. This or-
ganization has been douig reha-
bilitation work for the sick and
needy children since 1907. Mrs.
Miller will make a complete re-
port at the first fall meeting of
the chapter.
Mrs. Rosie Steinhauser was
runner-up in the contest.
OBITUARY
Samuel Acker, 73, a retired
clothing merchant, who came to
Miami four years ago fiom Bos-
ton, and resided at 1230 Ana-
tasia Ave., Coral Gables, died
last Thursday in a local hospital.
He is survived by a brother. Les-
lie, of Coral Gables. Private-
funeral services were held Fri-
day at the Palmer Funeral Chap-
el and burial was in the family
plot in Mount Nebo Cemetery.
13TH ANNUAL DANCE
OF MIAMI Y. M. H. A.
IWV LADIES PLAN
BOND SALE EFFORTS
One of the main events of the
year's calendar of the Miami Y
will take place when the organ-
ization presents its thirteenth
annual dance Tuesday, June 20.
at the Coral Gables Country
Club. Reservations for the af-1
fair indicate a large gathering [
will be present to hear Cy Wash-
burn and his Country Club Or-
chestra play for the event and |
present entertainment during the
evening.
Tickets are $1.50, which in-
cludes tax, and are available
from members of the committee,
including Larry Grossberg, chair-
man; George Goldberg, Mrs. W.
D. Singer, Mrs. Minna Lavine,
Murray Koven, George Chert-
kof. Theodore Gulkis, Leo Ack-
erman, Al Berkowitz, Nat Blum-
berg, B. A. Sterling, and Al
Quadow.
Reservations for tickets mav
be made by calling the Y. 3-4012.
At a luncheon held at Childs
Restaurant on Wednesday, the
Ladies Auxiliary of Freda Mark-
owitz Post 174 of the J.W.V..
accepted, in connection with the
local Women's Division of the
war finance department of the
Dade County Defense Council's
"Outfitting the Outfit Plan'' a
War Bond sale pledge of $6.5! 6.04
the average cost of outfitting a
platoon of about 48 men. This
pledge is in addition to the na-
tional pledge of $106,000 vhich
will set up an evacuation hospit-
al and convalescent camp. The
committee reported that good
progress was being made in the
drive.
SPINOZA FORUM IN
SPECIAL MEETING
TROOP 6 SCOUTS
TO LEAVE FOR CAMP
Nat Gans, Scoutmaster of
Troop 6, announced that the
members will leave Sunday,
June 18th, for the Boy Scout
Camp at Snapper Creek. The
camping program was made pos-
sible by the successful efforts of
members Of the Troop was an-
nounced at an affair last Thurs-
day. Dr. Harry Green will su-
pervise the physical examina-
tion of members of the Troop.
The Spinoza Forum will hold
a special meeting this Sunday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock, to hear,
over the radio, the brilliant
young pianist, William Kapell,
nephew of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, play with the Philharmonic-
Symphony Orchestra of New
York. The meeting will be held,
as usual, under the canopy, on
the lawn of the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, 11th St.. be-
tween Collins Ave. and Ocraii
Drive, Miami Beach. While K;i
pell was visiting with his uncK .
last season, he gave a concert.
in Miami Beach, for the benefit
of the Jewish National Fund and
the Spinoza Forum.
>Atf
mLSir
George Schwartz
Certified Public Accountant
announces his resignation as Project Auditor in New York
for Defense Plant Corporation,
an instrumentality of U. S. Government
and
the reopening of his office at
1000 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Telephone 5-3516 June 14,1944
B'NAI B'RITH
Needs Volunteers to Man Its Downtown Flaglor Street
BOND BOOTH
Please Volunteer and Call the B'nai B'rith
Office Immediately
3-6306
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13th ANNUAL DANCE
SPONSORED BY
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TUESDAY, JUNE 20,1944-8:30 o'Clock
AT THE
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MUSIC BY
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The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla.
P. O. Box 2973_________________________Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
___________FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor___________
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MORE ABOUT
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1944
SIVAN 25. 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 24
THE PRESIDENT ACTS
In his message to Congress on his plan to establish a tern
porary camp in the United States for 1,000 refugees, President
Roosevelt declared that as the hour of the final defeat of the
Hitlerite forces draws near it is becoming manifest that the
Nazis are possessed by an "undiminished" and "insane desire
to wipe out the Jewish race in Europe."
But the most revealing assertion in the President's mes-
sage was the statement that "our enemies, despite all our ap-
peals and our willingness to find havens of refuge for the op-
pressed peoples, persist in their fiendish extermination cam-
paign and actively prevent the intended victims from escaping
to safety." This, if we interpret it correctly, simply means that
our government has made it clear to the Nazis that we would
be willing to save, and give haven to all persecuted minorities
in Europe, but that the German government replied that it was
committed to a deliberate policy of extermination.
And we may ask, why do the Nazis continue to rage at
the Jews? Surely, even the most blood-thirsty Nazis must be
satisfied with the brutality they have visited on the Jews. "The
only right a Jew has is to die," said a foremost Nazi leader
some months ago, and truly that has been all the right that the
most of the Jews in Nazi occupied countries have hadthe
right to die.
They have killed out vast centers of Jews until we wonder '
in our hearts whether there are enough left to be concerned
about. They have killed the aged equally with the young. i
women equally with the men, they have mercilessly killed i
even the children. They have starved them to death, tortured
them to death, forced them to dig their own graves and then
be machine-gunned, they have suffocated them to death in '
packed freight cars, they have asphyxiated them in mass gas
chambers.
Surely, this should have appeased the gory heart of even
a Nazi. Why still do they continue to rage at the Jews?
The answer of course, is obvious. The Nazi leaders are
raging at the Jews and want the Germans to continue to rage
at them, for if the Germans stop raging at the Jews, Ujeir rage
may be vented at the Nazis themselves. Goebbels and Goer-
ing and Himmler and Hitler must divert this rage to the Jews
or it will be turned against them-and consume them. For in
their hearts they know they are the swine, the beasts, the
fiends worse than every devil conceived by man, for whom
death however torturously inflicted, is too good.
The President's proposal to establish a camp for 1,000 refu-
gees may seem inadequate to some. It may be argued that in
a country with such vast resources as ours, the temporary ad-
mission of even 100.000 refugees would prove no undue bur-
den. But it should be remembered that in rescue work every
individual counts. It should also be remembered that if Pres-
ident Roosevelt steps cautiously his actions are determined
less by what he thinks the occasion demands, than by prac-
tical considerations and difficulties.
Spend Your Summer Vacation
in the Blue Ridge Mountains
OSCEOLA LAKE INN
Hendersonville. N. C.
Jewish American Cuisine Reasonable Rates
Very Convenient Connections by Bus and Train
Direct to Hendersonville
Under the Management of Joe Rubin
Hotel Operator oi Miami Beach. Fla.
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WESTfTJlGLEB AT 27TH AVENUE
BOND SALES
(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1)
.it the outset they could probably
raise $65,000 but having reached
this mark they set out to sell
$100,000. However, after meet-
ing with the chairman of the
war finance committee, it was
increased to $120,000. And. now
that we have added civic con-
sciousness to the desire to aid
in financing the war, we will
not be satisfied unless we sell
$135,00 or more in bonds."
American Legion, represented
by Dr. Maurice Klein, post com-
mander, and Samuel Beinuin.
pledged their goal $2,000,000 and
reported their dine well under
way and they were confident
| they could exceed this goal.
Hadassah*Organization reported
i through its bond chairman, Mrs.
Jane Roff, they had been and
1 will continue active in giving
aid to all service men n> the
Palestine /one and they are
picas, d to pledge $250,000 in
: support of the 5th War Loan
and the City Of Miami 13. ach
campaign.
; Washington Ave. Merchants
A n is working to a man un-
der the direction of Al (Jalbut
to top its pledge of $250,000.
Harry Zukerniek Mated the
Y.M & WHA felt confident it
could sell $250,000 in bond.- and
: had receivi d one application for
(50,000 in support of their goal.
Miami Beach Elks pledge was
made by Paul H. Greene al
I 000, At an earlier meeting
I the members through subscrip-
tions and pledges indicated they
might move up their sights to
$750,000 and were "all out" in
the drive in support of the City
of Miami Beach's $10,000,000
campaign.
Allan T. Abess. president of
the Lincoln Road Assn., was pre-
vented from attending the drive
Represented by Donald MucDon-
aid they stated they would put
I forth every effort to sell at least
i $250,000 in bonds.
The Wometco and Paramount
theatres at Miami Beach have
been given quotas in the Nation-
al Bond campaign for theatres.
Allocations however, are made
to the theatres at Miami Beach
i *?d ,n suPPrt of the City of
Miami Beach "Invasion Bond
I Drive they believe they can
credit no less than $500,000 in
; Bond sales.
| Sam R. Becker requested W.
I T. Glenn to represent Rotary,
who pledged $500,000. "We are
confident our final figures will
exceed this by a very substan-
tion margin," said Mr. Becker.
Representative Leo Eisenstein
of Miami Beach Hotel Owners
Assn.. through its president, F
K. Humpage. stated they are so-
liciting all of its members to
support the 5th War Loan. The
association, together with hotel
owners not at present holding
membership and hotel operators
at Miami Beach are in the cam-
paign to sell at least $2,000,000 in
War Bonds.
i"Jhe.tota' $10,741,000 so far
Pledged or subscribed should be
raised as soon as all reports are
" fro' the churches, organiza-
tions and clubs from whom we
iXZL Sft yet received acknowl-
edgment, said S. T. Sapiro
chairman of the war finance
HSfiSL "Ltlt> not misunder-
stand, however, we still have to
create and close all sales in or
t is noq,Ua*llfy th4esew Podges and
L. J?K *?ing t0 be as simple,
ni a e r,'y announcing the
?nr,ge' 1^ mUSt Unit* OUr 5-
orts call on every home and
apartment resident at Miami
Beach to accept their support
of the war effort through their
bond purchases." r
"There will of nrrtin k
overlapping but by S same
token there will be romSete
3TS3K at ?"* home! place
m" fny readers have susses-
-TIDBITS FROM EVER"!
1944
Muctfy eottgidenUai
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
BETH JACOB ACTIVE
IN WAR BOND DRIVE
Haras* P^suva
YOU SHOULD KNOW
A statement is soon to be issued over the siqnnt
number of prominent Jews supporting Franklin D K** 'a
for a fourth term The statement, while empha^i 8eVelt
it intends no appeal for a "Jewish vote," will undsS^L**
dent Roosevelt's anti-Fascist stand and his uncom esi'
attitude against anti-Semitism ... We are advised tC^
B. Mayer, of Metro-Goldwyn. Mayer, is plannina tn 5?*
Passion Play movie, with a young priest in the IphHs a
Passion Plays are not conducive to the creation of in. ? part
... We hope this isn't true, since experience ha.mESS?1
good will ... The June issue of Fortune feaLsaaa7i **
"The Ford Heritage" ... the article confirms tha, S* *
I Bennett, who calls himself "Ford's personal man il 5?* F'
powerful figure in the Ford empire ... The Fortune writer6 ?Sl
ever, mentions nothing about the anti-Semitism of Z
around Henry Ford Boston will soon have a juridical w
case involving anti-Semitic hoodlums who beat up Jewish kl!
lies JfftSttM 1X*X &iS5
8J5SA&! rDDay was LL,enant MBR
ZIONEWS______
A. J. Freiman, for many years president of th* rVa
Zionist Organization, whoj passed cfway he o her day S
exactly as he had wished-he suffered a hear. atS'whS
attending services in an Ottawa synagogue In hi* life?
he contributed more money to zfonisTlunds than any"!
Canadian Japanese porpaganda is using up a lot of rZ
and ink and radio power trying to steam up anti-Zionist S
among the Arabs Deon Alfange. co-chairman ofTheC
gency Committee to Save the jews of Europe, has presented
RABBINICAL NOTES_____
hin^r1.)"71" evantman- a graduate of Ner Israel Rab-
tt a ges in Bal,Unor1e' to now 8ervin9 as a chaplain in
he Canadian Army with the rank of Captain ... A native Bal-
hmorean Captain Gevantman formerly occupied a pulpit at
2ST; Kn,VCanCLda kl HeiB me only Jewish chaplaS at-
tached to the Canadian Pacific Command ... Did you know
SSinn ft ,ha,f acco^a? to Canadian regulations every
" on.,r\e uniform of a Jewsh chaplain carries the six- point
ed Star of David? ... Dr. Louis Greenberg, Conservative mbbi
StrSfrl^aVep' COnn"' Wh.?Se bk' "The Iews of Rusfiia- Tr*
Z, ?9i or.EmanciP 2hTi *fTS ^t88' hQS been a8ked to ^mit a Hebrew
edition of this book to be published in Tel Aviv/ Palestine
THIS AND THAT_____
SprvIn,Kr!CvnVyea.r8 i0^aIii0nis,8 have *** neglecting to ob-
lulv 1 bh ^ul{ to'J** Herzl Bufthis year, on
Jhiy7,^^;, ^ Herzhah Hebrew Academy will commemorate
the Zionist leaders death ... A feature of the exercises will
w!ll h!rn^nVe^nguf ? lHe-8iZe U P01**1 of Dr' Herzl. which
;,ha,n'n the Herzhah auditorium permanently ... It is the
7Z hL*< n,K,ed 1?" Jac^B Zucker Thi most expen-
nnhli^? m f wor'd~we ref o the regular sales price on
beSm^S0"'^- 5J* priCe a bok may command when it
b!bom? t b'bllophiJic item-is the illumieated Haggadah pub-
Kplt^n.m 1939' "lumination and iUustrations being
Z, !3fJ f m? Arthur Szyk ... The original price of
me volume was S750. ...
ABOUT PEOPLE ....
at F^.nr?Ut8Mndina 8urc/eon a ^e U. S. Army base hospital
CWb, ?'.? '' the TU,on HoPital, is Lt.<^lonel Al Miller of
nonln ", ,u 6uS0n f a V*01 Talmudic scholar ... Also sta-
5,n?lal ,hls hospital is Captain Harry Katz, a son-in-law of
whom X mJn ^["POrt The Army's Sergeant David Rose,
WhJ U8ed-, know a composer and orchestra leader,
*mT, commissioned by the Blue network to write a series
inn TmU8iiCa!. comPotions especially for radio broadcast-
St "Hii:ne Herbert Baker listed as the lyricist of the Broadway
atJSTJnTmH. Troy" to the BOn f one of our iavori,e
T^H. "e B9km Herbert is a corporal in the Army
ivwciS tn U,..tr>rma to te author Ben Hecht away from Hoi-
fC ShaSp^: 8Cenari fr a M**** biographical
BIJY WAR BONDS!....
the curTAntw10'' fe?^ mto h work an a supersalesman in
ecall^n L ^ "^ campaign, perused the other night to
Sn SJHSSlf^B ^t bond drive when, with a
whfch C-5-12 & order, phoned in to the radio station from
cause a w!l ^^ C waa *K* ^om the mike be-
Sva WO? ***** he had to buy her bond from him per-
"alad to' n. J **' j7' yo*' la*Y" he told her over the phone,
And the BUZZ 2*5 W^ denomination, please?"
nna me lady answered: 7ewish."
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PAGE FIVE
Your Answer Musi Be
WILL BUY BONDS!
This is it! This is the big push we have been waiting for! Our fighting men are invading-hitting the enemy everywhen
on the road to Berlin and Tokyo. Our bomber. "Spirit of B'nai B'rith, Greater Miami." is blasting the foe! Another bomber.
"Spirit of Sholem. B'nai B'rith." is bombing the enemy. Our bomber. "Yours for Victory-Greater Miami Bnai Bnth. it
the fighting front! Now for two fighting ships to add to our contribution to the invasion!
WE DID IT BEFOREWE CAN DO IT AGAIN!
is on
Bmu B'rith sponsors two Submarine Chasers costing $1,000,000 each^>ne by citizens of Miami Beach and one by citizens oJ
Miami Help us reach our quota by buying your WAR BONDS THROUGH BNAI B'RITH AT-
DAM *. SAvmGs loan an. JESS SSSTSS.'SxM-
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI WAW BtA^" 'ZZTooft CPV1iritnRinr PHOnf - ....... r,^, B'NAI B'RITH OFFICE, 330 SEYBOLD BLDG.. PHONE 3-6JUo
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH BT,W BWlHU
HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS
76 N. W. 14th Straat
LUBY CHEVROLET CO.
105S W. Flaglar Straat
SIMCO SHOES FOR MEN
1317 Washington Artnu*
STEVENS MARKET
2201 N. W. 62nd Straat
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
361 S. W. 6th Straat
HALPERT'S CREDIT JEWELERS
HO N. E. 2nd Aranua
MIAMI IRON & METAL CO.
2461 N. W. 32nd Aranua
WILLIAM D. SINGER
"Ttl Castla Systam. Inc. 8 S. W. 2nd Av.
JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP
74 N. E. 20th Straat
KUBBY HOUSE
106 N. Miami Atmm
NORTON TIRE CO.
&00 w.
WAR LOAN
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS
& LOAN JIM
EAST COAST FISHERIES
300 W. Plagter Stra*
GEORGE BERTMAN. REAL ESTATE
420 Lincoln Ren*. Miami Baach. Fla.
GULF DRt3 SALES CO.
16 N. W. 7th Straat
NOVELTY SALES CO.
44 N. E. 1st At
PROVIDENT LOAN CO.
39 N. Miami Aranua
ROSS ARMY & NAVY STORE
110 N. Miami Aranua
DR. FREDERICK R. FRANK
1136 W. Flaglar Straat
MAYOR JEWELRY CO.
16 N. E. lit Awnus
LAWRENCE LUMBER CO.
667 N. W. 14th Straat
TRIPURE WATER CO.
652 N. W. 14th Straat
PARAGON PAINT CO.
545 W. Flaglar Straat
GREEN BROS. BROKERS
55 N. E. 24th Straat
EL COMODORO HOTEL
33 S. W. 2nd Aranua. Miami
SEA ISLE HOTEL
3001 Collins Aranua. Miami Baach
DAVID BROWN
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PAGE SIX
* Jewish fhrMtan
f^EAIljUNEUi,! J
To the Citizens of Miami Bea\ch-~Thish
YOUR INVASION!
From General Bradley, leading the
Invasion ground forces, right through
every rank, American men now face
a brutal, desperate, able enemy. For
this invasion has only begunbefore
our fighters lies a hard and bloody
task, one that demands all their cour-
age, backed by all your faith in their
ultimate victory.
That faith will be tested many times
in this invasionin grim struggles,
setbacks, possibly even temporary
defeats. It will be up to you to re-
member that early victories usually
only mean more savage opposition
from a foe made more bitter, -more
ruthless as the shadow of his doom
grows largerup to you to keep that
faith in days and nights of gloom as
well as in hours of triumph.
There is little that you can do to
show that you realize what they must
face, perhaps for many months. But
one thing you can doback the at-
tack with every dollar you can spare!
Let the Bonds you buy in this greatest
of Drives be the measure of your be-
lief in their ultimate victory!
5 WAR LOAN
Dear Citizens of Miami Beach:
The Fifth War Loan Drive is now under
way. Miami Beach, witk only 8 per cent ol
the population of Dade County, has agreed to
raise one-third of the county's quota.
The Miami Beach quota is $10,000,000. The
money will be used to equip a military in-
vasion unit complete from bullets to planes,
landing boats, tanks and heavy field pieces.
This is YOUR Fifth War Loan Drive. Every
man, woman and child living at Miami Beach
MUST back this drive if Miami Beach is to per
form its patriotic duty and maintain our rep-
utation as a city all-out for victory.
Mail and telephone orders for bonds cred
ited to any organization, will be handled
personally by R. R. Adler Phone 5-6371.
Headquarters Y. M. & W. H. A.
THIS VITAL TO VICTORY MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING PATRIOTIC CITIZENS^ FIRMS
K ft T~\ I I T r\ ft t D m____\ T\ 1 v> .
George Kaplan
Kings Cleaner & Shoe Rebuilders
Jacqueline
Mary Smith
Irvinglon Shirt Corp.
Arnold's
George J. Bertman
Charlie's Inn
Auerbach Paint Co.
Harry Sirkin
Shoreham-Norman Hotel
Hotel Pharmacy
Newman Arnold Photography
Miami Beach Board oi Realtors
Mrs. Martha Susekind
Chester W. Krone
Mr. Morris Margolis
B. E. Bronston
S. A. Goodman
Paris Shop
Mrs. Louis N. Pokress
Mammy'8, Inc.
Lora Pack
Worth. Inc.
S. J. Halperin
Royal Palm Military Store
Small's Sportswear
National Luggage Shop
Greenview Hotel
Budd'sLincoln Road
Bo-Peep Shoppe
Archer Fruit Shippers
Hannau Studios
Sterling's Jewelry and Bags
Enheld's Comera Shop
Allan Abess
The Ellis Store
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Headquarters: Y. M. & W. H. A., 1 Lincoln Road
Harry Zukernick
W. I. Feuer. Realtor
Joeeph Daoud's Sons
Simco Shoe* for Men
Beach Food Center
Wilson's Sport Shop
Cohen-Rose Real Estate
Shepard Broad
Herbert O. McLean
Miami Beach Radio Co.
A. Schorr
Outlet Shop
Dr. R. R. Bradford. Optometriit
Telephone 5-6371


r. TONE 16. 1944
,
IstfhrkUan
PAGE SEVEN
^^^^^^^MnTEE *TSE% b2 Grea,er "^ ,ewi*h Federation
^01 The Jewish Wellar* Board ___ Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men In Service
PAMDE!
SERVICE
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from thoee in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian. the
daily press and national
publications. Send original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee.
Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk are. what
they are seeing and doing.
*sC
DRINK PLENTY OF
CTTripure
Water
DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME
3-GAlLOM BOTTLE .....bO
CASE OF SIX N
TABLE BOTTLES.......75
Pius Bertie Depotiti
PHONE 2-4128
For Quick Results
Bring Your Radio or
Phonograph to
PM RADIO CO.
Room 234 Lorraine Arcade
Ph. 3-2689 E. Flagler at First
In the Heart of Downtown

OHNERAL FAINTING
CLEAN WORK DONE BT
11EST MK<'HANK'S
FREE ESTIMATES
NO JOli TOO I.AROE OR
T< i SMALL*
J. D. GILBREATH PAINT
CONTRACTOR
I'll. J-0070; If no iinnwer. 8-5105
Maurice Orovitr is now a cap-
tain in the Air Corps, stationed
I somewhere in Fnfiland. He has
Ibeen in service three years, en-
I terms from Miami Beach in July,
I i94i He eraduated from Ida
I Fisher Hifih School, attended
the University of Florida, and
I received his law degree from the
IUniversity of Miami. He gradu-
ated from O. C. S. at Miami
I Beach, and i* in charge of Radio
IControl work He is the son of
IMr. and Mrs. A. Orovitz of Mi-
lami Beach.
Kenneth Lipman, machinist
|3/c, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
iMartin Lipman, has been shipped
to the Mew Hebrides. He is a
11942 graduate of the Miami
IBeach Senior High school. His
Inaval services include training
land work at Bainbridge, Md.,
iBrooklyn. Jacksonville and Phil-
ladelphia. He is considered an
(expert at precision lens grinding.
Sgt. Allan M. Greenfield. 367
IS. W. 18th Trr. who has served
115 months is on duty
With the Fittii Army in Italy.
[A veteran of the African and
Sicilian campaigns, Sgt. Green-
Ifield took part in the ground at-
Itack acainst Cassino.
First American assault boat to
pt the shore of Fiance on D-Day
[commanded by I.t. Abe Condi-
lottiof Brooklvn. N. Y.
SPEAKING OF FIRSTS
First all-American air raid on
Europe, over occupied Holland
on July 4, 1942, was made by
squadron in which Sgt. Chester
Davis of New York served as a
gunner.
First four-medal winner in
American Army in World War II
was Lt. Morris Berenson of Gar-
field. N. J.
First Nazi plane shot down
for Uncle Sam is credited to Lt.
William S. Beck of Nashville,
Tenn.
First American troops to en-
ter Algiers were led by Lt. Col.
A. H. Rosenberg.
First member of the WAVES
to be killed in line of duty was
Elizabeth Korensky of Philadel-
ghia after whom the Elizabeth
!orensky B'nai B'rith Women's
unit in Philadelphia has been
named.
First American to kill a Jap
in the Burma campaign was
Corp. Werner Katz of New York,
a former refugee.
First American tank to enter
Oran during invasion of North
Africa was led by Corp. Bern-
ard J. Kessel of New York.
First squadron of American
planes to bomb Rome included
plane on which Lts. David Lip-
ton and Harold Tabacoff, from
New York, were navigators.
First American air raid on
Rumanian oil fields at Ploesti
was made by squadron in which
Sgt. Robert Kessler, member of
AZA, B'nai B'rith youth organ-
isation, from McKeesport, Pa-
served as radio operator and
gunner.
Private Paul Katx, son of Mr.
and Mrs. S. A. Katz, 642 Sixth
Street, Miami Beach, wrote his
parents from New Guinea,
where he has been stationed for
the last two and a half years,
out of four years in service, de-
picting his activities there. He
wrote of many strange and in-
teresting items.
First Lt. Julian E. Newbauer
of 2934 N. Bay Rd.. has been
awarded the Oak Leaf Cluster in
lieu of an additional Air Medal,
it was learned here today. Lt.
Newbauer is a navigator with
the 13th AAF.
HADEN MANGOES
$Q.95 Per Box
Shipped Anywhere East
oi the Mississippi ....
Express Prepaid
Florida Products Co.
2414 Galiano Avenue
Phone 4-6061
.SIGHTSEEING.
AT ITS BEST
Now see those waterfront homes
and estate, on the residential
islands of Miami. Miami Beach
from the double deck boat. See
the difference I
DIESEL POWERED YACHT
SEVEN SEAS
Dally 1:30 P. M. Fare $1.00
Phone 2-1825
Pier SI, Bayfront Pa

Lt. David Sondel Hendel. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hendel,
900 Euclid Ave., was one of 326
cadets of the army air forces
commissioned in graduation ex-
ercises at the Institute of Mete-
orology at the University of Chi-
cago this week. He will go into
active duty immediately as a
weather officer in an army air
forces post.
Pfc. William Teller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Teller, Ocean Dr..
Miami Beach, has been serving
in the South Pacific more than
six months. Teller is on duty
with the Thirteenth AAF Service
Command as a telephone switch-
board operator.
ORNAMENTAL IRON
REPAIRS
Doors. Screens, Grill Work
and
Every Kind oi Metal
Work Repairs
CALL
G. M. Dykes
Iron Works, Inc.
69 N. W. Third Street,
Phones 2-32742-5960
REDUCE
NO
DIETING
LABORIOUS
EXERCISE
DRUGS
FREE CONSULTATION
514 Congress Bldg.
PHONE 3-0743
Staff Sgt. Robert R. Rothlein.
son of Mrs. Ethel Rothlein of
855 Alton Rd., is now stationed
at the AAF overseas replace-
ment depot No. 2 at Kearns,
Utah. Previously he had been
stationed at Thermal, Calif. Sgt.
Rothlein has been in the army
air forces since April, 1942.
LAWN MOWERS
SHARPENED AND
REPAIRED
KEYS MADE
Hargrove's Key Shop
241 W. FLAGLER ST.
Ph. 3-5048
First Lt. Max Rittenbaum, air
corps, son of Julius Rittenbaum,
715 Euclid Ave., has been pro-
moted to the rank of captain.
He is stationed at Keesler Field,
Miss.
pi Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Bew 2973, Miami 18. Florida
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
Name
Home Address...
Birth Date
SeriaJ No._
Street City
___Birthplace
State
Civilian Occupation.
Date Entry
In Service _______
City State
Marital Status----------
Branch of Service_____________
full name of nearest kin______
Relationship________Address,
Information Transmitted by___
Telephone number____________
Date
. Discharged---------
_.Rank or Rating.
WM RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBEHQ
J. W. 13. Director
OFFICERS
8AM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG, VIce-Chalrmsn
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Soc.
Executive Committee
Mrs. Max Dobrln, Ben B. Goldman,
Mauaice Grossman. Louis Helman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murrv
Koven, Harry Markowlti. Alex_
ander F. MiUer, St. Jj*h.._f!tf
Shochet. Milton Sirkln. JoeeM
Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl
Weinkle, Georfla Wolpert. Harry
Zukernick.
PESTERED BY PESTS?
Phone 5-4353
APEX
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
824 First St.. Miami Beach
16 Years in General
Exterminating Experience
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
deasjlgned, desiring to engage In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
HEM. Cim-)KIK SHOP at 2031 N. W.
18th Ave., Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name in the office of
the Clerk of the rlrcuit Court of
Dade County, Florida..
A. CANTOR.
Sole Owner
LEON A. KAI'LAN
Attorney fur Applicant
5/19-26 6/2-9-16
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, desiring to engage In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
"PARIS CURATORS OF DISTIN-
GUISHED NOVELTIES, Miami. Kor-
Ida. intend to register said name in
the office of the ("l.rk of the Circuit
Court of I>ade County, Florida.
MAX 8TAGG
JACQUELINE 1> SOLM1NIIIAC
CATH RHINE l>e SOLMLNIHAC
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants.
5/19-26 6/2-9-16
WbM Yon Pay For -g.
B WATCH REPAIRS ^
Wiry Hot Get the Best
HAVE AN
ACCURATI
TIMEKEEPER
Technical training
and years of experi-
ence only can make a
man a watchmaker.
You'll find such ski lie
at Danzig's. Get the
best lt c-osu ae
more.
e
JEWELRY REPAIRINt
DANZIG'S
Jewelers

230 WAICVON ARCftOl
I4SE.Hj-.u-S'.

Dwoting This Page to the Effort! of the Army-Nary Committee. Made Possible Through
the Co-operation of
ABESS & COSTAR
First National Bank Bide
first National Bank Bldg.
CARL'S MARKETS
Miami Miami Beach
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
155 E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
FDCZIT SYSTEM
1114 N. E. 2nd Arenue
FLA. WHOLESALE GROC CO.
82 N. E. 26th Street
GREEN BROS.
55 N. E. 24th Street
HUB DRY GOODS
121 N. Miami Arenue
JACK C. JAYSON
HOB OI
DONALD LAVIGNEUNIFORMS
114 N. E. Second Arenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Arenue
MIAMI MILL WORK &
LUMBER CO.
535 N. W. 11th Street
MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. Inc.
1701 N. W. 7th Arenue
STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO.
149 N. E. 10th Street
JOSEPH R. STEIN
Miami. Florida
WEST FLAGLER KHNNEL CLUB
West Flagler Str^ at 7th Ara.
WOMETCO THEATRES
mteb.il Wolfaon **T *T"
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, desiring to engage In busi-
ness, under the fictitious name of
KiiVAL PRODUCTS CO., NOT INC..
at 2:114 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Flor-
ida, Intends to register said name In
the office of the Cleric of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JAMES W. OLASSER.
Sole Owner.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
6/19-266/2-9-16
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, desiring to engage in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.. NOT
INC., at 8279 S. W. 8th St.. Miami.
Florida, Intend to register said name
Is the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
8. H. PALMER
I.. P. HERDER! >N
6/9-16-23-S0 7/7
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
1236 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
In New York 7otl St a tasteidani Avt
5-7777
RIVERSIDE
AMBULANCE
SERVICE
1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE
1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT


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1104 Ponce da
"Coral Gobies Finest"
DINING ROOM
HOURS:
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5:30 to 9 P. M. 4 to 9 P. M.
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B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
-by-
M ARX FEINBERG
The District B'nai B'rith Con-
vention held in Atlanta this
week has come to an end as all
conventions must. Many of the
Miami delegates have gone from
Atlanta to all parts of the coun-
try. A few have begun to strag-
gle home. Each has a tale to
tell. Brother Marx Feinberg,
columnist, is still In Atlanta and
we will leave to him the pleas-
ant duty of relating all that
took place in Atlanta.
Miami, as usual, had the larg-
est delegation present and was
the most heard from during the
cnlirc Convention. The 17 dele-
gates from Miami outnumbered
the groups from citiefl like Balti-
more and Washington whose
members were also present and
attended, either as visitors or
delegates, the Women's Auxil-
iary District B'nai B'rith Con-
vention. Our w.omen gathered
honors. Details of all these
honors I have mentioned, won by
the girls, the women and the
men will be set forth in detail
by Brother Feinberg on his re-
turn. Everyone had a busy time
what with convention sessions,
committee meetings, luncheons.
etc.
At the next meeting of the
Lodge, we can anticipate gome
highly amusing stories from all
of our representatives. Some of
the things are almost unbeliev-
able. Our local folks will be
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
area are as follows.
memberships total more than surprised at what some of our
good citizens do when away from
home, Come down to the meet-
ing and find oul what happened
The next meeting of the Lodge
will take place on Tuesday eve-
ning, June 27th. at the Miami
Beach V."Milton A Friedman.
Miami's. The total Florida del-
egation from all Lodges, includ-
ing Miami, was 32. Represen-
tatives of the Amity Club, the
Young Women's Group ol B'nai
B'rith, recently organized, head-
ed by Ethel Pont and Bette Sir
of Miami, were present at the
convention, also getting valuable
information. The Greater Mi-
ami B'nai B'rith Girls were rep-
resented in very strong num-
bers where they participated in
the B'nai B'rith Girls District
Convention held in Atlanta at
the same time and place. The
girls made a splendid showing
and came back with highest hon-
ors. Many of the wives of OUI
-gorMn-
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710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI
TEL. 3-3431
Moderate Costs Always
Within the Means ol
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
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave..
Miami.: Friday evenlni aarvlcea al
7:ir. Saturday .....rnlng ;it 8:10, Dur-
ing tin' MiviK. Jerry, tin- aon of
Mi and Mi- Louis Bchulman, will
i......nir bar mltavah. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will address the. bai mltavah.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach: l'iIda) evening cervices
iii T::i o'clock; Baturday mornini ;ii
11:80. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
iii-. uss Bthlca <>r iln> Fathers dur-
ing; the Bhaloah Seudoa services ;it
74.'. Etaturda) evening.
During Hi.' aervlcea, Stewart, il"-
vii of Mr. and Mra. BenJ Deutach,
Hill i.....in.- bar mltavah. Rabbi
Moses Meacheloff will address Ihi bai
mltavah Saturdaj morning.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative.
1415 Euclid Ave. Kabalaa Shabboa
l-'ii.i.o evening al 7 IS; Haturda)
morning -.1x1..- al 9 o'clock Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman will apeak "ii thi-
Weekly Portion of tha Law. Junloi
.1 v i'ea .,[ 10 .1 in Rhalosh Heudoa
ii 7 IS e in to be followed
1*3 evening pray*
rii. bar mitzv.iii .f Morrla, tha
aon Mi and Mrs Jules Levitt, will
Inke |ilace Saturday morning
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Re-
form. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami:
Itegul >.:.... pi Ida \ venlng .11
8 IS Short -..linen 1.\ Rabbi Jacob
Tarshish.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W.
17th Ave.. Miami: Serviced are ached-
uled 1 Prtday at 7:15 p m an.I
11 I 1 111 .oul 7 I". |. 111
Dally h .-,'-... in and 7 ::
SCHAAREI ZEDEK CONGREGA-
TION. Orthodox. 1545 S. W. 3rd Ave..
Miami: Prlda) evening ervlcea al
-' l*i Sal 11 cla> morning
' ;" lunlor sei \.....s at
Rabbi Simon April will a.l-
" the jinn........greRatlon Al
8 P m Rabbi Api I m ill .li--. uaa the
f Mi. Kthii of id. Pathera,
In I" follow .1 b) \ ening 1 .
nei llebi e 1'la.saea ai > now In
initlon dully .11 10 a. in.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con.
serv.itive, 761 41st St.. Miami Beach:
an hi heduled for Prlda)
evening. ..1 7 |.i; Saturday morning
- 1 > Ices III be Ii.l.l al : :;"
Notes Of
Y. M. H. A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
HAT
HEN
II I R I
Phone 2-7195
Licensed & Insured
Bill Battcock
PAINTING
CONTRACTOR
3720 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami. Fla.
I WANT MY MILK
And B Sum It's
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Product."
Dacro Protactad
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
200 N. W. 32nd Straarf
1 I In-, column is i-nii.lui'ted by the
Greatei Miami Jewlah Federation In
"......ration with Tha Jewlah Florid-
in. .. a community aervlca. To inform
the community .f your organiaatlon'r
I activities and to avoid i-onfiuta in
ilutes. phone 1-641] ami a-k for
Coinmunlt) Calendar." Notification
must reach Pederation no later than
1 -ii t.i publication that week )
Monday. June 19
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Lots, Homai, Hotals
Apartment Houses
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1448 ^1iS?ton Avenue
PHONE 5-5875
Mada From Fraah Oranqaa
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Not Best Bacauaa Blggaat
ButBl0ot Bacauga Baat
"Napoleon" Arrives
My son, Dennis, commonly
known as "Napoleon." arrived at
Jackson Memorial Hospital, on
Monday, June 5th, at 4:15 p. m.
When he first arrived, he looked
like his old man; but, thank
goodness, he is gradually im-
proving! He and his mother are
home from the hospital and are
both getting along just swell.
Lecture and Concert Program
Matthew Penn, Southern Reg-
ional Director of the Jewish
Welfare Board, in charge of the
YMHAs in the Southeastern re-
rion. and Miss Janet Weisman,
director of the Jewish Lecture
and Concert Bureau, are meeting
with the officials of the town and
Beach Ys for the purpose of dis-
cussing a gigantic lecture and
concert program to be sponsored
jointly by the town and Beach
Ys down here next season. Those
of you who attended some of the
Beriea of programs last year,
know what a fine project this is.
You may look forward to bigger
and better programs in the fu-
ture. I welcome Mr. Penn and
Miss Weisman to our commun-
ity on behalf of the town Y.
Horn* Camp
Lou Lipsky, new activities di-
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charge of the Home Camn
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r. TONE 16. 1944 IstfhrkUan PAGE SEVEN ^^^^^^^ MnTEE *TSE% b 2 Grea, er "^ ,ewi h Federation ^01 The Jewish Wellar* Board Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men In Service PAMDE! SERVICE The Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received from thoee in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian. the daily press and national publications. Send original or copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Committee. Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk are. what they are seeing and doing. *sC DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripure Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME 3-GALLOM BOTTLE b O CASE OF SIX N TABLE BOTTLES 7 5 Pius Bertie Depotiti PHONE 2-4128 For Quick Results Bring Your Radio or Phonograph to PM RADIO CO. Room 234 Lorraine Arcade Ph. 3-2689 E. Flagler at First In the Heart of Downtown OHNERAL FAINTING CLEAN WORK DONE BT 11EST MK<'HANK'S FREE ESTIMATES NO JOli TOO I.AROE OR T< •• i SMALL* J. D. GILBREATH PAINT CONTRACTOR I'll. J-0070; If no iinnwer. 8-5105 Maurice Orovitr is now a captain in the Air Corps, stationed I somewhere in Fnfiland. He has Ibeen in service three years, enI terms from Miami Beach in July, I i94i He eraduated from Ida I Fisher Hifih School, attended %  the University of Florida, and I received his law degree from the IUniversity of Miami. He graduated from O. C. S. at Miami I Beach, and i* in charge of Radio IControl work He is the son of IMr. and Mrs. A. Orovitz of Milami Beach. Kenneth Lipman, machinist |3/c, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. iMartin Lipman, has been shipped %  to the Mew Hebrides. He is a 11942 graduate of the Miami IBeach Senior High school. His Inaval services include training land work at Bainbridge, Md., iBrooklyn. Jacksonville and Philladelphia. He is considered an (expert at precision lens grinding. Sgt. Allan M. Greenfield. 367 IS. W. 18th Trr. who has served 115 months is on duty With the Fittii Army in Italy. [A veteran of the African and %  Sicilian campaigns, Sgt. GreenIfield took part in the ground atItack acainst Cassino. First American assault boat to pt the shore of Fiance on D-Day [commanded by I.t. Abe Condilottiof Brooklvn. N. Y. SPEAKING OF FIRSTS— First all-American air raid on Europe, over occupied Holland on July 4, 1942, was made by squadron in which Sgt. Chester Davis of New York served as a gunner. First four-medal winner in American Army in World War II was Lt. Morris Berenson of Garfield. N. J. First Nazi plane shot down for Uncle Sam is credited to Lt. William S. Beck of Nashville, Tenn. First American troops to enter Algiers were led by Lt. Col. A. H. Rosenberg. First member of the WAVES to be killed in line of duty was Elizabeth Korensky of Philadelg hia after whom the Elizabeth !orensky B'nai B'rith Women's unit in Philadelphia has been named. First American to kill a Jap in the Burma campaign was Corp. Werner Katz of New York, a former refugee. First American tank to enter Oran during invasion of North Africa was led by Corp. Bernard J. Kessel of New York. First squadron of American planes to bomb Rome included plane on which Lts. David Lipton and Harold Tabacoff, from New York, were navigators. First American air raid on Rumanian oil fields at Ploesti was made by squadron in which Sgt. Robert Kessler, member of AZA, B'nai B'rith youth organisation, from McKeesport, Paserved as radio operator and gunner. Private Paul Katx, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Katz, 642 Sixth Street, Miami Beach, wrote his parents from New Guinea, where he has been stationed for the last two and a half years, out of four years in service, depicting his activities there. He wrote of many strange and interesting items. First Lt. Julian E. Newbauer of 2934 N. Bay Rd.. has been awarded the Oak Leaf Cluster in lieu of an additional Air Medal, it was learned here today. Lt. Newbauer is a navigator with the 13th AAF. HADEN MANGOES $Q.95 Per Box Shipped Anywhere East oi the Mississippi .... Express Prepaid Florida Products Co. 2414 Galiano Avenue Phone 4-6061 .SIGHTSEEING. AT ITS BEST Now see those waterfront homes and estate, on the residential islands of Miami. Miami Beach from the double deck boat. See the difference I DIESEL POWERED YACHT SEVEN SEAS Dally 1:30 P. M. Fare $1.00 Phone 2-1825 %  %  % % %  Pier SI, Bayfront Pa Lt. David Sondel Hendel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hendel, 900 Euclid Ave., was one of 326 cadets of the army air forces commissioned in graduation exercises at the Institute of Meteorology at the University of Chicago this week. He will go into active duty immediately as a weather officer in an army air forces post. Pfc. William Teller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Teller, Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach, has been serving in the South Pacific more than six months. Teller is on duty with the Thirteenth AAF Service Command as a telephone switchboard operator. ORNAMENTAL IRON REPAIRS Doors. Screens, Grill Work and Every Kind oi Metal Work Repairs CALL G. M. Dykes Iron Works, Inc. 69 N. W. Third Street, Phones 2-3274—2-5960 REDUCE NO DIETING LABORIOUS EXERCISE DRUGS FREE CONSULTATION 514 Congress Bldg. PHONE 3-0743 Staff Sgt. Robert R. Rothlein. son of Mrs. Ethel Rothlein of 855 Alton Rd., is now stationed at the AAF overseas replacement depot No. 2 at Kearns, Utah. Previously he had been stationed at Thermal, Calif. Sgt. Rothlein has been in the army air forces since April, 1942. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED AND REPAIRED KEYS MADE Hargrove's Key Shop 241 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 3-5048 First Lt. Max Rittenbaum, air corps, son of Julius Rittenbaum, 715 Euclid Ave., has been promoted to the rank of captain. He is stationed at Keesler Field, Miss. pi Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Bew 2973, Miami 18. Florida Buy Stamps and Bonds. Name Home Address... Birth Date SeriaJ No._ Street City Birthplace State Civilian Occupation. Date Entry In Service City State Marital Status Branch of Service full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress, Information Transmitted by Telephone number Date Discharged _.Rank or Rating. WM RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBEHQ J. W. 13. Director OFFICERS 8AM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG, VIce-Chalrmsn JOSEPH A BER MAN, Soc. Executive Committee Mrs. Max Dobrln, Ben B. Goldman, Mauaice Grossman. Louis Helman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murrv Koven, Harry Markowlti. Alex_ ander F. MiUer, St. Jj*h.. _f!tf Shochet. Milton Sirkln. JoeeM Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle, Georfla Wolpert. Harry Zukernick. PESTERED BY PESTS? Phone 5-4353 APEX PEST CONTROL SERVICE 824 First St.. Miami Beach 16 Years in General Exterminating Experience LEGAL NOTICES Notice Is hereby given that the undeasjlgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HEM. CIM-)KIK SHOP at 2031 N. W. 18th Ave., Miami, Florida, intends to register said name in the office of the Clerk of the rlrcuit Court of Dade County, Florida.. A. CANTOR. Sole Owner LEON A. KAI'LAN Attorney fur Applicant 5/19-26 6/2-9-16 Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of "PARIS CURATORS OF DISTINGUISHED NOVELTIES, Miami. KorIda. intend to register said name in the office of the ("l.rk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County, Florida. MAX 8TAGG JACQUELINE 1> SOLM1NIIIAC CATH RHINE l>e SOLMLNIHAC MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants. 5/19-26 6/2-9-16 WbM Yon Pay For -g. B WATCH REPAIRS ^ Wiry Hot Get the Best HAVE AN ACCURATI TIMEKEEPER Technical training and years of experience only can make a man a watchmaker. You'll find such ski lie at Danzig's. Get the best — lt c-osu ae more. e JEWELRY REPAIRINt DANZIG'S Jewelers %  230 WAICVON ARCftOl I4SE.HJ-.U-S'. %  Dwoting This Page to the Effort! of the Army-Nary Committee. Made Possible Through the Co-operation of ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Bide first National Bank Bldg. CARL'S MARKETS Miami Miami Beach COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. FDCZIT SYSTEM 1114 N. E. 2nd Arenue FLA. WHOLESALE GROC CO. 82 N. E. 26th Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 121 N. Miami Arenue JACK C. JAYSON HOB OI DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS 114 N. E. Second Arenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Arenue MIAMI MILL WORK & LUMBER CO. 535 N. W. 11th Street MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. Inc. 1701 N. W. 7th Arenue STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 149 N. E. 10th Street JOSEPH R. STEIN Miami. Florida WEST FLAGLER KHNNEL CLUB West Flagler Str^ at 7th Ara. WOMETCO THEATRES mteb.il Wolfaon ** !" T *T" Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business, under the fictitious name of KiiVAL PRODUCTS CO., NOT INC.. at 2:114 N. Miami Ave., Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name In the office of the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JAMES W. OLASSER. Sole Owner. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 6/19-266/2-9-16 Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI MONUMENT CO.. NOT INC., at 8279 S. W. 8th St.. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name Is the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 8. H. PALMER I.. P. HERDER! >N 6/9-16-23-S0 7/7 RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach In New York 7otl St a tasteidani Avt 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT At the Antllla Hotel 1104 Ponce da "Coral Gobies Finest" DINING ROOM HOURS: Weak Days Sundays 5:30 to 9 P. M. 4 to 9 P. M. CLOSED EVERY FRIDAY Inquiries Welcomed for Bridge Luncheons ana Seoctal Parties Phone 41-1714



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PAGE EIGHT +Jewlstincrldto*n B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byM ARX FEINBERG The District B'nai B'rith Convention held in Atlanta this week has come to an end as all conventions must. Many of the Miami delegates have gone from Atlanta to all parts of the country. A few have begun to straggle home. Each has a tale to tell. Brother Marx Feinberg, columnist, is still In Atlanta and we will leave to him the pleasant duty of relating all that took place in Atlanta. Miami, as usual, had the largest delegation present and was the most heard from during the cnlirc Convention. The 17 delegates from Miami outnumbered the groups from citiefl like Baltimore and Washington whose members were also present and attended, either as visitors or delegates, the Women's Auxiliary District B'nai B'rith Convention. Our w.omen gathered honors. Details of all these honors I have mentioned, won by the girls, the women and the men will be set forth in detail by Brother Feinberg on his return. Everyone had a busy time what with convention sessions, committee meetings, luncheons. etc. At the next meeting of the Lodge, we can anticipate gome highly amusing stories from all of our representatives. Some of the things are almost unbelievable. Our local folks will be In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end announced by the Greater Miami area are as follows. memberships total more than surprised at what some of our good citizens do when away from home, Come down to the meeting and find oul what happened The next meeting of the Lodge will take place on Tuesday evening, June 27th. at the Miami Beach V. "Milton A Friedman. Miami's. The total Florida delegation from all Lodges, including Miami, was 32. Representatives of the Amity Club, the Young Women's Group ol B'nai B'rith, recently organized, headed by Ethel Pont and Bette Sir of Miami, were present at the convention, also getting valuable information. The Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Girls were represented in very strong numbers where they participated in the B'nai B'rith Girls District Convention held in Atlanta at the same time and place. The girls made a splendid showing and came back with highest honors. Many of the wives of OUI -GORMNFUNERAL NOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means ol 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 BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.. Miami.: Friday evenlni aarvlcea al 7:ir. Saturday rnlng ;it 8:10, During tin' MiviK. Jerry, tinaon of Mi and MiLouis Bchulman, will i nir bar mltavah. Rabbi Max Shapiro will address the. bai mltavah. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach: l'iIda) evening cervices iii T::i o'clock; Baturday mornini ;ii 11:80. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will iii-. uss Bthlca <>r iln> Fathers during; the Bhaloah Seudoa services ;it 74.'. Etaturda) evening. During Hi.' aervlcea, Stewart, il"VII of Mr. and Mra. BenJ Deutach, Hill i.....in.bar mltavah. Rabbi Moses Meacheloff will address Ihi bai mltavah Saturdaj morning. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Ave. Kabalaa Shabboa l-'ii.i.o evening al 7 IS; Haturda) morning -.1x1..al 9 o'clock Rabbi Irving Lehrman will apeak "ii thiWeekly Portion of tha Law. Junloi .1 v i'ea .,[ 10 .1 in Rhalosh Heudoa ii 7 IS e in to be followed 1*3 evening pray* rii. bar mitzv.iii %  .f Morrla, tha aon ••! Mi and Mrs Jules Levitt, will Inke |ilace Saturday morning TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Reform. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami: Itegul %  >.: %  .... pi Ida \ %  venlng .11 8 IS Short -..linen 1.\ Rabbi Jacob Tarshish. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami: Serviced are acheduled 1 Prtday at 7:15 p m an.I 11 I 1 111 .oul 7 I". |. 111 Dally H .-,'-... in and 7 : %  : SCHAAREI ZEDEK CONGREGATION. Orthodox. 1545 S. W. 3rd Ave.. Miami: Prlda) evening ervlcea al %  -'• • l*i Sal 11 cla> morning • ; lunlor sei \ s at Rabbi Simon April will a.l" the jinn greRatlon Al 8 P m Rabbi Api I M ill .li--. uaa the %  f Mi. Kthii %  of id. Pathera, In I" follow .1 b) \ ening 1 nei llebi e 1'la.saea ai >• now In initlon dully .11 10 a. in. BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con. serv.itive, 761 41st St.. Miami Beach: • an HI heduled for Prlda) evening. ..1 7 |.i; Saturday morning %  1 > Ices III be Ii.l.l al :• :;" Notes Of Y. M. H. A. -bySAM SILVER HAT HEN II I R I Phone 2-7195 Licensed & Insured Bill Battcock PAINTING CONTRACTOR 3720 Biscayne Blvd. Miami. Fla. I WANT MY MILK And B SUM It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product." Dacro Protactad TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at •200 N. W. 32nd Straarf 1 I In-, column is i-nii.lui'ted by the Greatei Miami Jewlah Federation In ration with Tha Jewlah Floridin. .. a community aervlca. To inform the community .f your organiaatlon'r I activities and to avoid i-onfiuta in ilutes. phone 1-641] ami a-k for Coinmunlt) Calendar." Notification must reach Pederation no later than 1 -ii t.i publication that week ) Monday. June 19 JeWl ; '* %  I bj Ih.Jewish with the 1 • .•. 1 ith .%  Tuesday. June 20 Town V" dame at < i>UI • Wednesday. June 81 I | 0 With I • P %  ; Bldg Monday. June 26 %  I Ji *v l*h 1:1 ,...•, I I I W I: 1 1 ,.f W g'r\OKKTCWAMbVK(5 ArSCUIITtCT l2] LINCOLHIIOAO m Lietatis n iKtui sea 2o Y.S rk'— a Cratlsa" MOVING STORAGE HAULING a gn—u COLLINS TIAIIPIRT I TIMING, |M|. SEAL ESTATE—MIAMI MZXCH Miami Beach Exclutivaly Homes and Investments Pr P* rti# Ask for my free 1*44 Informative Map of Miami Beach B. E BRONSTON. Ra.hor gVTPlSSS^lK R,al %  ** %  *• Serv, MM Lincoln Rd. pa. : j.u ce MM RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homai, Hotals Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 ^ 1 iS? ton Avenue PHONE 5-5875 Mada From Fraah Oranqaa BEFORE YOU BUY IBBBBBI LEON ELIIH with ME 7 p O L I T A N UFEINS.CO. Not Best Bacauaa Blggaat But— Bl0ot Bacauga Baat "Napoleon" Arrives My son, Dennis, commonly known as "Napoleon." arrived at Jackson Memorial Hospital, on Monday, June 5th, at 4:15 p. m. When he first arrived, he looked like his old man; but, thank goodness, he is gradually improving! He and his mother are home from the hospital and are both getting along just swell. Lecture and Concert Program Matthew Penn, Southern Regional Director of the Jewish Welfare Board, in charge of the YMHAs in the Southeastern rerion. and Miss Janet Weisman, director of the Jewish Lecture and Concert Bureau, are meeting with the officials of the town and Beach Ys for the purpose of discussing a gigantic lecture and concert program to be sponsored jointly by the town and Beach Ys down here next season. Those of you who attended some of the Beriea of programs last year, know what a fine project this is. You may look forward to bigger and better programs in the future. I welcome Mr. Penn and Miss Weisman to our community on behalf of the town Y. Horn* Camp Lou Lipsky, new activities director of the town Y, is in full' charge of the Home Camn gram. Seventy-five chiu D pr enrolled in the cam„ ldr *? Lipsky, together fi a h nd Mr staff, has a fine pV* ^ ranged. program arCalifornia Inraded My cousin. -Buck" W//Jl////mi/lm~-B "Y U. S. Stamps and Bondi. 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i • PAGE SIX Jewish fhrMtan f^EAIljUNEUi,! J To the Citizens of Miami Bea\ch-~Thish YOUR INVASION! From General Bradley, leading the Invasion ground forces, right through every rank, American men now face a brutal, desperate, able enemy. For this invasion has only begun—before our fighters lies a hard and bloody task, one that demands all their courage, backed by all your faith in their ultimate victory. That faith will be tested many times in this invasion—in grim struggles, setbacks, possibly even temporary defeats. It will be up to you to remember that early victories usually only mean more savage opposition from a foe made more bitter, -more ruthless as the shadow of his doom grows larger—up to you to keep that faith in days and nights of gloom as well as in hours of triumph. There is little that you can do to show that you realize what they must face, perhaps for many months. But one thing you can do—back the attack with every dollar you can spare! Let the Bonds you buy in this greatest of Drives be the measure of your belief in their ultimate victory! 5 WAR LOAN Dear Citizens of Miami Beach: The Fifth War Loan Drive is now under way. Miami Beach, witk only 8 per cent ol the population of Dade County, has agreed to raise one-third of the county's quota. The Miami Beach quota is $10,000,000. The money will be used to equip a military invasion unit complete from bullets to planes, landing boats, tanks and heavy field pieces. This is YOUR Fifth War Loan Drive. Every man, woman and child living at Miami Beach MUST back this drive if Miami Beach is to per form its patriotic duty and maintain our reputation as a city all-out for victory. Mail and telephone orders for bonds cred ited to any organization, will be handled personally by R. R. Adler Phone 5-6371. Headquarters Y. M. & W. H. A. THIS VITAL TO VICTORY MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING PATRIOTIC CITIZENS^ FIRMS K ft T~\ I I T r\ ft t D m \ T\ 1 %  v> %  George Kaplan Kings Cleaner & Shoe Rebuilders Jacqueline Mary Smith Irvinglon Shirt Corp. Arnold's George J. Bertman Charlie's Inn Auerbach Paint Co. Harry Sirkin Shoreham-Norman Hotel Hotel Pharmacy Newman Arnold Photography Miami Beach Board oi Realtors Mrs. Martha Susekind Chester W. Krone Mr. Morris Margolis B. E. Bronston S. A. Goodman Paris Shop Mrs. Louis N. Pokress Mammy'8, Inc. Lora Pack Worth. Inc. S. J. Halperin Royal Palm Military Store Small's Sportswear National Luggage Shop Greenview Hotel Budd's—Lincoln Road Bo-Peep Shoppe Archer Fruit Shippers Hannau Studios Sterling's Jewelry and Bags Enheld's Comera Shop Allan Abess The Ellis Store — *Headquarters: Y. M. & W. H. A., 1 Lincoln Road Harry Zukernick W. I. Feuer. Realtor Joeeph Daoud's Sons Simco Shoe* for Men Beach Food Center Wilson's Sport Shop Cohen-Rose Real Estate Shepard Broad Herbert O. McLean Miami Beach Radio Co. A. Schorr Outlet Shop Dr. R. R. Bradford. Optometriit Telephone 5-6371



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IFHJDAYJHS1944 +Jewlstirk>ridUan PAGE FIVE Your Answer Musi Be — WILL BUY BONDS! This is it! This is the big push we have been waiting for! Our fighting men are invading-hitting the enemy everywhen on the road to Berlin and Tokyo. Our bomber. "Spirit of B'nai B'rith, Greater Miami." is blasting the foe! Another bomber. "Spirit of Sholem. B'nai B'rith." is bombing the enemy. Our bomber. "Yours for Victory-Greater Miami Bnai Bnth. IT the fighting front! Now for two fighting ships to add to our contribution to the invasion! WE DID IT BEFORE—WE CAN DO IT AGAIN! is on Bmu B'rith sponsors two Submarine Chasers costing $1,000,000 each^>ne by citizens of Miami Beach and one by citizens oJ Miami Help us reach our quota by buying your WAR BONDS THROUGH BNAI B'RITH ATDAM !" *. SA vm G s LOAN an. JESS SSSTSS.'SxMAMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI WAW BtA ^" 'ZZT ooft CPV1irit nRinr PHO NF


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PAGE TWO BAR MITZVAH RITES AT BETH SH OLOM CENTER The bar mitzvah exercises of Stewart Lawrence Kohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Harry Kohn. 600 W. 45th Street, and of Mynhart. Tobin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Tobin, 5231 N. Bay Rd., will feature the Sabbath services at Beth Sholom Center, at 9:20 a. m. tomorrow. Kabbi S. M. Machtei will address the COnlirmants and will preach in "A Relay Race." Cantor A. Friedman will chant the musical portion of the service. The parents of the confirmants will be hosts to the congregation at a reception in the Ellis room, after the services. Friends are invited. No invitations have been mailed. Jack Feit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit, left to visit friends and relatives In Brooklyn and New York. He will spend the rest of the summer as junior counselor at Camp Monroe. N. Y. TO UNVEIL MONUMENT FOR LIEUT. GINSBURG The unveiling of a monument for the late Lieutenant Irving M. Ginsburg will take place Suni day, June 18th, at 2 p. m. in the | Jewish section of Woodlawn Part cemetery. Lieut. Ginsburg son of Mr. and Mi's. Gus Ginsburg, formerly of this city, and now of South Carolina, was killed in acI tion while serving as a member | of the Air Corps at Opa Locka 1 Field. He was twenty-two years I old, and his entire youth was i filled with communal activities, many of whose endeavors he served as president. Friends are asked to join the family at the services on Sunday, when Rabbi Max Shapiro will dedicate the memorial. Arrangements are under the direction of E. Gordon. Dr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Rose, of Miami Beach, have left to attend the meeting of the American Medical Association in ChiWhile away Dr. Rose will visit the clinics of Chicago and the Lying In Hospital, Cook County Hospital, and the hospital of the University of Illinois, where he formerly served on the staff. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zeitlin left this week for a three months' stay in Lockwood and Horr.ell. New York. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Platoff are spending some time in New York City. Mr and Mrs. William Friedman left today for an extended trip through the North. They will visit friends and relatives in Connecticut, Massachusetts. Rhode Island, and New York. Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosengarten will leave June 17 for New York on a buying trip. They will also visit Mr. Rosengarten's son at Waterbury and relatives and friends in other northern cities. after which they will spend two weeks in the Catskill mountains, returning to Miami the last of July. +Jewist thrkHan MISS KIRSTEIN BRIDE OF ENSIGN KOBLENZ Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Kirstein announce the marriage of their daughter, Gloria Charlotte, to Ensign William H. Koblenz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Koblenz. 2719 S. W. 19th Terrace, on Thursday. June 15th. at 7:30 p.m. The marriage was performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro at the home of the bride's parents. 1335 S. W. 18th St., in the presence of the immediate family. The wedding dinner followed at the Garden Restaurant. The couple will reside in Ft. Lauderdale where the ensign is stationed. A surprise shower was given the bride-to-be last Tuesday evening by Miss Ruby Boniske and Miss Flo Sidle at Miss Bonisk/s home, 1110 S. W. 12th Court. Isidor Goldstein is spending a week at the Paris Hotel. New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newman have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Newman and daughter. Mrs. Joe Anshel. of New York, and Mrs. Tillie Greeneberg of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ginsburg and Miss Paula Ginsburg of Columbia. S. C., Mrs. Irving M. Ginsburg, of Aiken, S. C, and Mrs. Joe Goldstein of Galax. Va., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof. Captain Harold Rand, stationed at Ellington Field, Texas, and a former Miami physician, prior to his entering the service, was in Chicago last week attending the American Medical Convention and College of Allergists' meetings. Dave EmiiKT has returned to the city from Virginia to reestablish his home here with his family on Miami Beach. TIKI THEATRE S.W. Bth St. at 15th Ave. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. AIR CONDITIONED Fri. and Mat. Only Sat. June 16-17 HUMPHREY BOGART IN "CRIME SCHOOL" WITH THE DEAD END KIDS • • • Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Thar., June 17-22 BETTY GRABLE IN TECHNICOLORED // I PIN UP GIRL // WITH CHARLIE SPIVAK and His Band MARTHA RAYE JOE E. BROWN Lt. Matt J. Finkelson is here on a surprise visit with his fiancee, Miss Burnadine Roth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth. He arrived here Tuesday from an overseas post, whore he has been the last eighteen months He will leave in several days for Philadelphia to visit his parents before returning to active duty. Jack August, Miami Beach, is in Ashevilfe, N. C, for a two 1 weeks' stay. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg will return to the city Friday after spending two weeks in Georgia visiting with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pallot were in Atlanta attending the B n.ii B'rith convention, and will spend two weeks in Dallas, Texas, visiting their son, Norton, who is stationed there, before returning home. Rabbi Max Shapiro will leave Sunday for New York, where he will attend the conference of the American Jewish Congress as B local delegate. Harry Schwartz is in Chicago on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Broad are now in New York. They will return about July 15th. Lieut, and Mrs. Sol Rotfort are spending a furlough in the city visiting friends and relatives. Here, at the same time, is Ensign Ceile Rotfort, a member of the SPARS, and sister of Lieut. Rotfort. who is attached to the Quartermaster Division of the Air Corps. MIAMI ATTORNEY WEDS IN PALM BEACH Mr and Mrs. Amos Benjamin were wedded June 6 in Palm Beach by Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. They left Saturday on lheir honeymoon for Johnstown, Pa to visit the bride's parents. Upon their return they will reside at 1637 S. W. 10th St. Formerly Miss Judith Kaminsky, the bride is the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaminsky, Johnstown, Pa. Mr. Benjamin, who is engaged in the practice of law in Miami, is the son of the Louis Benjamins, 1637 S. W. 10th St. He received his AB. and LLB. degrees at the University of Louisville in Kentucky, and also received an LLB. degree from the University of Miami. FORT LAUDERDALE SISTERHOOD The Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El, at its meeting on June 5 in the home of the president, Mrs. Mack Katz, set the time and place of the next congregational benefit social evening for Monday, June 19. at the home of Mrs. Louis Sandier. The next business meeting will be on Monday evening, July 10. at the home of Mrs. L. D. Sklar. recording secretary. The weekly Sisterhood night in charge of refreshments at the Fort Lauderdale Service Men's Center canteen has been changed for the summer from Wednesday to Tuesday. raiDAY,jUNE i fM QM HOTEL GREETERS NAME OFFICERS Among officers soa ted it ,. Miami Chapter of the lm ,he t.onal Association of "fr, Greeters this week were lS 0tel Block. Pershing hotel.first*? president; and Nathan Raff *t miami hotel, third JEH Ta dent. a vlce "PresiWEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth are now at their home after a fourweek combined business and pleasure trip. Leo Ackerman, president of the Miami Y.M.H.A., arrived home Monday after a three week business trip in the North. While in New York he had several conferences with heads of the Jewish Welfare Board concerning Y.M.H.A. activities. n u a military wedding D*. Abraham N. Neiman and St Evelyn Scheimin were joined h marriage at the George win ington Hotel Wednesday S' ning. cve Rabbi Moses Mescheloff 0 ffi ciated at both ceremonies. BIRTHS" Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bernard frtil 28 F uclid Ave 55K the birth of a daughter, June 7 Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Shevarh ?he 3 h1£h N nf Bay H R a K d a "SS i h It b St lh Fra f nc,s d h U oSS. 0n Ju e BRISM The bnth milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gillman, 427 N. E. 26th Street, took place at St. Francis hospital on Tuesday with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. The same afternoon. Rabbi Machtei officiated at the brith milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Alterman, 2270 S W. 23rd Terrace, at St. Francis hospital. The bris milah of David Ludwig. son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Loeb, Miami Beach, took place Monday, June 12th. at St. Francis hospital, with Rev. Philip Fried officiating. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will leave with his family on Monday to visit with friends and relatives in New York and New Jersey. The rabbi will attend several conferences during his stay there. 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D-DAY HAS COME-V-DAY ON THE WAY! ihdbe\wiisltUEIIiDipidliiaup ^THE JEWISH UNITY o/m THE JEWI SH WE VSEUMTIT-NUMBER 24 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS Hill BR1TH II HUP MEET Sbolem Lodge B'nai B'rith was present with the largest of all delegations at theFifth District Convention held in Atlanta last week-end. More than 160 delegates from the seven states comprising the district took part in the business sessions of the War Service Conferences. Speakers highlighting the convention included Alfred M. Cohen, honorary president of the National Order; Louis A. Novins, assistant national director of the Anti-Defamation League, and Bob Lurie, national director of the War .Service program. Alexander V. Miller, Florida Regional Director of the A. D. L.. served as moderator and conducted an A. D. L. panel during one of the sessions. A number ol resolutions were adopted, among which were the commendation of the efforts ar\d activities of the National Order; endorsement of the Anti-Defamation League; calling for the assistance of all organizations to participate fully in the War Service program; and a resolution (CONTINUED ON CAOE St IIS III DESTROY JEWS OF EUROPE illS ROOSEVELT Washington (JTA)—President Roosevelt, in a message to Congress this week, in which he reported on the arrangements to bring 1.00U refugees from Europe to this country for temporary shelter, emphasized that "as the hour of final defeat of the Hik write forces draws closer, the 'ury of their insane desire to wipe out the Jewish race in Europe continues undiminished." Knowing that they have lost the war, the President said. the Nazis are determined to complete their program of masswermination. This program is out one manifestation of Hitler's a >m to salvage from military de"ttt victory for Nazi principles me very principles which this war must oe.stroy unless we shall na\e fought in vain." that'. Roosevelt told Congress nai u was essential to take ac" f on w "hout delay" in the work lam U i'. nR eople from Nazi E*. e outlined the activianri 1 tht War Refugee Board and emphasized that "this nation DerW led by the systematic Uon of "apless minority IWMp. by the Naz,s." He pointWJBttSLi! the Congress has i-0D^I^ ily • 'nanifested its deep onwn w.th the pitiful plight Eurnn ,n ; 1S(X utcd minorities in S\u h oso lives ar e each day •ffoiW iyvagy n the RABBI KONVITZ" D ES IN NEW JERSEY "ftte N J (JTA)-Rabbi JolC„ „? n A"?President of the ffid ', rll 'odox Rabbis of the It S? ^ates and Canada, died was M „ mmer home here. He nia r? r eai 5 old : BorninLithUnited s. Konv,tz ca me to the *s ahhf 3 es ,n 1915 H e served c *reiti f SeVeral New Jersev d 'M of Vk ns, iT and ^eame presi%  Stf ,„ i' 91 U 3 mon of Orthodox Enthusiastic Bond Meeting at Beach; Over Ten Million Dollars Pledged; B nai B nth is Sponsoring Two Fighting Ships in Bond Sales PIES. ROOSEVELT REFUGEES TO U.S. Miami Beach fired its first gun in the all out drive by its' churches, organizations, associations, groups, and every man, women and child to score sales of 10 million dollars or more m the 5th War Loan. Assembled at Miami Beach Recreation Pier Sunday, June I 11th, were delegates of most of' the institutions of Miami Beach to pledge their support in the "Invasion Bond Drive." Then plan in selling 10 million or more of bonds is to supply such funds necessary to completely mechanize ana supply an "Invasion Force Unit" such as those now in operation in the European drive. Col. C. G. Mettler of the Army Intelligence Division, presented an estimate of the amount necessary to purchase rifles, bayonets, ships, planes, tanks, guns and hospital units to support an invasion force as being 10 million dollars. This was adopted by Miami Beach as its goal in the 5th War Loan. The City of Miami Beach opened the meeting. Mayor John H. Levi stated "the city of Miami Beach, its judicial and executive bodies, its police and fire departments, the Miami Beach Employees Benevolent Assa., and all the divisions and departments are in lull support of the 5th War Loan. The ciay goal will be $1,000,000 and they were hopeful to exceed this amount but are calling upon everyone to show their civic pride as well as patriotic support in financing the 5th War Loan. The Miami Beach Board of Realtors represented by Ed Keefer, will undertake to sell $250,000 in bonds in support of the city wide campaign. American Jewish Congress pledged through it bond chairwoman. Mrs. Rose Weiss, $600,000 which is $100,000 more than they sold in the 4th War Loan. B'nai B'rith organization under bond chairmanship of Louis Heinian, instructed Charles Glatt to pledge $1,000,000 to the Miami Beach Drive and stated they were sponsoring the purchase of a subchaser. They are also campaigning to sponsor a second subchaser through $1,000,000 in sales at Miami. The Beach Apartment Association reported through its bond representative. Mr. Honoroff, they have already set their plans to subscribe no less than $500,000 to the Miami Beach Invasion. Bond Drive. Miami Beach Zionist Organization through its spokesman. Philip Salmon, stated its members had supported all of the War Loans but this is the first time they have been called upon as a body to aid in an "all out campaign and pledged $500,000 in the campaign. Dade Chapter Cardiac Home presented its pledge through Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, bond chairwoman, who stated "we have already reached half our goal of $100,000." Ladies' Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans bond chairman. Mrs. Ida Mae Levine, pledged $106,000, sufficient to purchase a convalescent camp and 400 bed exacuation hospital. Dr. Louis H. Lytton pledged $200,000 in sales to be created through the professional groups comprising doctors, dentists, attorneys, and accountants at Miami Beach. In the religious group. Beth Jacob Congregation made its pledge through Rabbi Moses. Mescheloff. The rabbi stated, "his congregation agreed (CONTINUED N PAGE 4) Bond activity by Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, is increasing as the organization is expending every effort in the sale of $2,000,000 of War Bonds in the drive which started June 1st' and will end August 1st. The Lodge is sponsoring the purchase of two fighting ships, a sub chaser to be sponsored by the citizens of Miami Beach and one by the citizens of Miami. Louis Heiman, chairman of the drive, has announced the appointment of Nat Roth as chairman of special events, who, in turn, announced the opening of! a bond booth on Flaglcr Street in front of Stevens Dress Shop,' adjoining the Seybold Arcade. I The booth will be manned by volunteers of the men's and women's organizations, and those desiring to serve are asked to immediately contact the B'nai B'rith office. 3-6306. Another special event scheduled for the drive is a broadcast over WIOD on Tuesday, June 20th, when a special program will be staged in front of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association from 12:30 to 2:00 p. m., at the corner of N. E. 1st Avenue and 1st Street. The following Friday an auction will be held in front of Stevens, when 24 pairs of Nylon hose will be included among many unpurchasable items to be auctioned to War Bond purchasers. War Bonds may be purchased through B'nai B'rith at Dade Federal Savings Si Loan Association, American National Bank of Miami, Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach, First National Bank of Miami Beach, Miami Beach Federal Savings &c Loan Association, and the B'nai B'rith office, 330 Seybold Bldg., phone 3-6306. Washington (JTA) — Approximately 1,000 refugees will be immediately brought to the United States and placed in an "emergency 'refugee shelter" to be established at Fort Ontario. New York, President Roosevelt disclosed at his press conference today. While the War Refugee Board is charged with the overall responsibility for the project, the army will take the necessary security precautions, so that the refugees will remain in the camp, and the actual administration of the camp is to be in the hand of the War Relocation Authority, the president revealed. In a cablegram of instructions to Ambassador Robert Murphy in Algiers, the President said he would "like the group to include a reasonable proportion of various categories of persecuted people who have fled to Italy." The President linstructed the ambassador "to bear in mind to the extent possible those refui;< i B 1 should be selected for whom (CONTINUED ON PAOE 3) PARTIES TO LAW AGAINST 01 U. SJPEffl New York (JTA)—Jewish achievements in Palestine were lauded by Robert J. Watt, representative of the U. S. government to the International Labor Office, addressing a luncheon ot the Pioneer Women Organization at the Hotel Pennsylvania, attended by more than 1.000 members and guests. Mrs. Alexander Kahn. who presided, announced that the pioneer Women in New York this year raised the sum of $80,000 for Jewish welfare work in Pal, estine. and hope to increase this sum to $125,000 before the end of the year. Speaking on post-war prob, lems. Mr. Watt said that when the peace pact is concluded, pi ovisions must be made for equal treatment of all peoples and for elimination of racial Pf" ecu tions. "We must be united in our determination not to see any racial or religious persecutions repeated and not to have any suppression of national minorities," he declared: A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. SERVICE BUREAU ELECTS DIRECTORS The Jewish Social Service Buj reau, formerly the Jewish Wei, fare Bureau, at the first meeting of its newly elected board ot directors last Wednesday eve-, ning, chose from among its group, officers to direct the ensuing year's activities. • Mrs. Ben Meyers was chosen president. Mrs. Meyers served the Bureau as ecretary and a director for many years, and her background shows much social work experience. She likewise has been active with the Jewish Federation, American Jewish Congress, and numerous communal activities. Other officers include Mark Max. first vice-president: Mrs. Maurice Grossman, second vicepresident; Dr. Albert E. Rosenthai, third vice-president; M. J. Kopelowitz, secretary; Sidney Letcourt, treasurer; and Max K. Silver, assistant treasurer. Al^ bert (juadow was added to tne loan committee. Standing committees and the program of the Bureau will be announced shortly, according to Mrs. Meyers. London (JTA)-The German radio reported this week that Jews in occupied France are preparing for the day when the whole of France will be liberated. American flags manufactured and owned by a Jew have been discovered in a Paris cellar." the broadcast said. JEWS OF ENGLAND ART READY TO AID JEWS OF OUSSIA London (JTA)—The Board of Deputies of British Jews this week announced its readiness to cooperate with the Jews in Russia "after twenty-five years of isolation." The announcement was made by A. G. Brotmas, secretary of the board, addressing a conference of representatives of sixty Jewish organizations called for. the purpose of speeding the campaign of Jewish groups here for [ $200,000 to send twenty-five ambulances to Russia. The conference heard a message of greeting from Chief Rabbi Hertz who emphasized Russia's contribution to the fight for the cause of freedom in the present war. A message was also read from the Jewish AntiFascist Committee in Moscow greeting the landing of the Allied armies in France. New York (JTA)—The repatriation of Tropolitanian Jewish refugees now in Tunisia is being carried out by local authorities in cooperation with the Hias-Ica Emigration Association. Atlantic City (JTA>— The Democratic and Republican parties were called upon this week to incorporate in the platforms which they will adopt at their Chicago conventions planks calling for legislation to make antiSemitism and other forms of racial bias a criminal offense. The demand was voiced in a resolution adopted at the 57th annual convention of the Independent Order of Brith Abraham, meeting here. The convention also adopted a resolution urging promulgation by the peace conference of an international bill of rights, incorporating the Four Freedoms and the Atlantic Charter. A committee was appointed to undertake a study of proposed world peace plans, in cooperation with other Jewish groups, in order to secure international legislation -outlawing anti-Semitism and all other forms of racial discrimination. The delegates voted to petition President Roosevelt, members of Congress and national figures urging abrogation of the British White Paper on Palestine and free and unlimited Jewish immigration there. They also affirmed their support of the Balfour Declaration, calling for a Jewish national home in Palestine. Other resolutions cited approval of the American Jewish Conference and their support. DIRECTORS OF FEDERATION TO MEET A special meeting of the 194445 board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be held on Wednesday, June 21, at 8:15 p. m. in the Sunshine room of the Florida Power it Light Co., in the Ingraham Building. Several important matters will be discussed. •. l



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PAGE FOUR vjmlsti-ihrkKan !" *Y-JUNEie m B %  The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 P hone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MORE ABOUT MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1944 SIVAN 25. 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 24 THE PRESIDENT ACTS In his message to Congress on his plan to establish a tern porary camp in the United States for 1,000 refugees, President Roosevelt declared that as the hour of the final defeat of the Hitlerite forces draws near it is becoming manifest that the Nazis are possessed by an "undiminished" and "insane desire to wipe out the Jewish race in Europe." But the most revealing assertion in the President's message was the statement that "our enemies, despite all our appeals and our willingness to find havens of refuge for the oppressed peoples, persist in their fiendish extermination campaign and actively prevent the intended victims from escaping to safety." This, if we interpret it correctly, simply means that our government has made it clear to the Nazis that we would be willing to save, and give haven to all persecuted minorities in Europe, but that the German government replied that it was committed to a deliberate policy of extermination. And we may ask, why do the Nazis continue to rage at the Jews? Surely, even the most blood-thirsty Nazis must be satisfied with the brutality they have visited on the Jews. "The only right a Jew has is to die," said a foremost Nazi leader some months ago, and truly that has been all the right that the most of the Jews in Nazi occupied countries have had—the right to die. They have killed out vast centers of Jews until we wonder in our hearts whether there are enough left to be concerned about. They have killed the aged equally with the young. i women equally with the men, they have mercilessly killed i even the children. They have starved them to death, tortured them to death, forced them to dig their own graves and then be machine-gunned, they have suffocated them to death in packed freight cars, they have asphyxiated them in mass gas chambers. Surely, this should have appeased the gory heart of even a Nazi. Why still do they continue to rage at the Jews? The answer of course, is obvious. The Nazi leaders are raging at the Jews and want the Germans to continue to rage at them, for if the Germans stop raging at the Jews, Ujeir rage may be vented at the Nazis themselves. Goebbels and Goering and Himmler and Hitler must divert this rage to the Jews or it will be turned against them-and consume them. For in their hearts they know they are the swine, the beasts, the fiends worse than every devil conceived by man, for whom death however torturously inflicted, is too good. The President's proposal to establish a camp for 1,000 refugees may seem inadequate to some. It may be argued that in a country with such vast resources as ours, the temporary admission of even 100.000 refugees would prove no undue burden. But it should be remembered that in rescue work every individual counts. It should also be remembered that if President Roosevelt steps cautiously his actions are determined less by what he thinks the occasion demands, than by practical considerations and difficulties. Spend Your Summer Vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains OSCEOLA LAKE INN Hendersonville. N. C. Jewish American Cuisine Reasonable Rates Very Convenient Connections by Bus and Train Direct to Hendersonville Under the Management of Joe Rubin Hotel Operator oi Miami Beach. Fla. SOMETHING NEW B ACONIZED RECAPPING RES'lORLS NEW TIRE APPEARANCE* D D SffS Carefully Inspected 3y Factory-Trained Tire-Builder-^. S. Holder 24-HOUR SEBVICE BY APPOINTMENT PHONES 457 WALDHON 1 CO. fi WESTfTJlGLEB AT 27TH AVENUE BOND SALES (CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1) .it the outset they could probably raise $65,000 but having reached this mark they set out to sell $100,000. However, after meeting with the chairman of the war finance committee, it was increased to $120,000. And. now that we have added civic consciousness to the desire to aid in financing the war, we will not be satisfied unless we sell $135,00 or more in bonds." American Legion, represented by Dr. Maurice Klein, post commander, and Samuel Beinuin. pledged their goal $2,000,000 and reported their dine well under way and they were confident | they could exceed this goal. Hadassah*Organization reported i through its bond chairman, Mrs. Jane Roff, they had been and 1 will continue active in giving aid to all service men n> the Palestine /one and they are picas, d to pledge $250,000 in : support of the 5th War Loan and the City Of Miami 13. ach campaign. ; Washington Ave. Merchants A n is working to a man under the direction of Al (Jalbut to top its pledge of $250,000. Harry Zukerniek Mated the Y.M & WHA felt confident it could sell $250,000 in bond.and : had receivi d one application for (50,000 in support of their goal. Miami Beach Elks pledge was made by Paul H. Greene al I 000, At an earlier meeting I the members through subscrip%  tions and pledges indicated they might move up their sights to $750,000 and were "all out" in the drive in support of the City of Miami Beach's $10,000,000 campaign. Allan T. Abess. president of the Lincoln Road Assn., was prevented from attending the drive Represented by Donald MucDonaid they stated they would put I forth every effort to sell at least i $250,000 in bonds. The Wometco and Paramount theatres at Miami Beach have been given quotas in the National Bond campaign for theatres. Allocations however, are made to the theatres at Miami Beach i *? d ,n su PPrt of the City of Miami Beach "Invasion Bond I Drive they believe they can credit no less than $500,000 in ; Bond sales. | Sam R. Becker requested W. I T. Glenn to represent Rotary, who pledged $500,000. "We are confident our final figures will exceed this by a very substantion margin," said Mr. Becker. Representative Leo Eisenstein of Miami Beach Hotel Owners Assn.. through its president, F K. Humpage. stated they are soliciting all of its members to support the 5th War Loan. The association, together with hotel owners not at present holding membership and hotel operators at Miami Beach are in the campaign to sell at least $2,000,000 in War Bonds. i"J he tota $10,741,000 so far Pledged or subscribed should be raised as soon as all reports are fro the churches, organizations and clubs from whom we iXZL Sft yet received acknowledgment, said S. T. Sapiro chairman of the war finance HSfiSL Ltl t> not misunderstand, however, we still have to create and close all sales in or t is no q Ua llfy th 4 ese w Podges and L. J ?K *? ing t0 be as simple, ni A e r ,' y announcing the ?nr, ge 1^ mUSt Unit OUr 5orts call on every home and apartment resident at Miami Beach to accept their support of the war effort through their bond purchases." r "There will of nrr—tin K overlapping but by S same token there will be romSete 3TS3K at ?"* home! place M" f ny readers have susses-TIDBITS FROM EVER"! 1944 Muctfy eottgidenUai -By PHINEAS J. BIRONBETH JACOB ACTIVE IN WAR BOND DRIVE Haras* P^suva YOU SHOULD KNOW A statement is soon to be issued over the siqnnt number of prominent Jews supporting Franklin D K** a for a fourth term The statement, while empha^i 8eVelt it intends no appeal for a "Jewish vote," will undsS^L** dent Roosevelt's anti-Fascist stand and his uncom esi attitude against anti-Semitism ... We are advised tC^ B. Mayer, of Metro-Goldwyn. Mayer, is plannina tn 5?* Passion Play movie, with a young priest in the IPHHS a Passion Plays are not conducive to the creation of in.„ ? • part ... We hope this isn't true, since experience ha. MESS? 1 good will ... The June issue of Fortune feaL saa a 7i ** "The Ford Heritage" ... the article confirms tha S* I Bennett, who calls himself "Ford's personal man il 5?* F powerful figure in the Ford empire ... The Fortune writer 6 ? Sl ever, mentions nothing about the anti-Semitism of Z „ around Henry Ford Boston will soon have a juridical w case involving anti-Semitic hoodlums who beat up Jewish kl! lies JfftSttM 1X*£X &iS5 8J5SA&! r D D ay was LL,enant MBR ZIONEWS A. J. Freiman, for many years president of th* rVa Zionist Organization, who j passed cfway he o h er d ay S exactly as he had wished-he suffered a hear. atS'whS attending services in an Ottawa synagogue In hi* life? he contributed more money to zfonisTlunds than any"!£ Canadian Japanese porpaganda is using up a lot of rZ and ink and radio power trying to steam up anti-Zionist S among the Arabs Deon Alfange. co-chairman ofTheC gency Committee to Save the jews of Europe, has presented RABBINICAL NOTES hin^r 1 .)" 71 !" £ev antman a graduate of Ner Israel Rabt£t£ A ge s in Bal,Unor 1 e to now 8ervin 9 as a chaplain in he Canadian Army with the rank of Captain ... A native Balhmorean Captain Gevantman formerly occupied a pulpit at 2ST; K n, V CanC L da • kl HeiB me onl y Jewish chaplaS attached to the Canadian Pacific Command ... Did you know SSinn ft ,ha, f acco ^ a ? to Canadian regulations every !" on r \e uniform of a Jewsh chaplain carries the sixpoint ed Star of David? ... Dr. Louis Greenberg, Conservative mbbi StrSfrl^ aVe p' COnn "' Wh .? 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rpmAY, JUNE 16. 1944 vJewistncridliari MORE ABOUT 110 REFUGEES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) %  hnr havens <>f refuge are not *£y available? He ca5S Murphy that the "proceedtffJJtK selection of the refZ-cs ami the arrangements for hrineiny l "" 1 over should bc as Splc and expedittoui as possiETuncomplicated by any of the ,,c,,'.l formalities involved in adSffinl^ople to the .United Sites under the immigration laws" N. H. jTcT HAS ELECTION OFOFFICERS The Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children al Denver held an election ol officers on June 6. 1944 at the VM & WHA at Miami Beach Officers-elect are: President Mrs. Myron Newman; first vice-president, Mrs. Irving Miller %  aeci "II \ ice-president. Mrs. Hy Friedman; third vice-president. Mrs. John Feller; recording secretary, Mrs. Morris Lef1(0,. corresponding secretary, Mrs. Herman Wronker; financial secretary, Mrs. Lee Goudiss; treasurer, Mrs. Sam Luby; auditor. Mrs. Sam Leschel. Board rectors include Mrs. Edith Pollack, Mrs. Jerry Alexander, Mi Dave Beyer, Mrs. Charles Burns, Mrs. Ben Bloom, Mrs. G< Feller, Mrs. Ruth Hi:t.M 5ol Cloldstrom. Mrs. ft .,. i Mrs. I. H. Goldman. Mrs. Sam Kirstein, Mrs. M. Litwin, Mrs Freda Suburman, Mrs. Mollj LifshutZ, Mrs. Hatlie Newn Mrs. G. Newlander. Mrs. Rose Su-inhauser, Mrs. M. Safra, Mi Camille Baum, Mrs. M. Ross, Ml J<>e. Rose, Mrs. Sol Taplin. Mi Weider. Monthly meetings of the ormnizatii n are recessed during the summei and will resume on October 3, 1944, with the installation of officers. PAGE THREE LADIES AUXILIARY IN LAST SUMMER MEET Ladies Auxiliary of Schaarei Zedek held its last meeting of the summer Wednesday at the synagogue. The Auxiliary is planning some interesting parties for each month and the money raised will go to the Talmud Torah fund. At the meeting the following Officers were elected: President, Mrs. Ida Buckstem; first vicepresident Mrs. William Clein; second vice-president, Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz; third vice-president,. Mrs. N. Siegel; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Sam Miller; recording secretary. Mrs. Milton Weiner, and treasurer, Mrs. S. Stone. Board members elected were: Mesdames April, August, Feldan, Kleber. Kostoff. Moss. Pepper, Rappaport, Shargaa. Sokoloft, Tannenbauin and Traeger. AMERICANIZATION CLASSES BEING HELD Americanization classes to us| aist non-citizens in preparation for their papers are taking place every Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 8 to 9:30 in Room 908 of the Vocational School loI cated at 1410 N. E. 2nd Avenue. The non-sectarian classes are B project of. and sponsored by, the Miami Section National C< uncil of Jewish Women. Mrs. Joel Belov is instructor, and there is no charge made by the organiation for this program CARDIAC HOME TO HOLD CARD PARTY Dade Chapter, National Child%  ren's Cardiac Home, will hold a dissert card party at the Versailles Hotel, Miami Beach, on Wednesday, June 21st, at 1 p. m. i Mis. Charles Raab, chairman, and Mrs. Milton Wolf, co-chairman, and their committee have arranged a very pleasant afternoon. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. Keep on buying War Bonds. NOW OPEN MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Restaurant Featuring UNUSUAL FOODS DELICIOUS PASTRIES N. E. SECOND AVE. of FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 B ^—— % %  -——— %  — mm^^m MORE ABOUT BIG DELEGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) calling for National organizations to unify their public relations program. Louis Heiinan of Miami was chosen as third vice-president. Other officers elected were: Hyman Rubin, Columbia, S. C, president; Jesse Fine, Baltimore, lirst vice-president; Isaac Gradman, AsheviUe, N. c, second vice-president; Julius Fisher, EP anoke j Va.. secretary, and Maier Triest, Charleston, S. C. treasurer. Heiman has served as president of the Miami Sholein Lodge I and last September was elected \ as a vice president of the FlurI Ida Federation of B'nai B'nth Mrs. Joseph L. Goldstein, Galax, Va., was re-elected president of the Ladies Auxiliary of | the Fifth District, which met M i the same time. Sarah Rose i Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz of Miami, was elected president of the newly funned B'nai B'rith organization for girls. Miss Mildred Zalka was elected .secretary. MIAMI WORKER IS AWARDED TRIP Mrs. Irving Miller of 520 S. W. 22nd Rd., Miami, was awarded an all-expense trip to Denver, Col. donated by Myron M. Newman and Maurice Cohn. This trip is in consideration of special work done by Mrs. Miller in connection with the activities of the Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver. Mrs. Miller will make a thorough study of the tctivities and needs of the parent organization. This organization has been douig rehabilitation work for the sick and needy children since 1907. Mrs. Miller will make a complete report at the first fall meeting of the chapter. Mrs. Rosie Steinhauser was runner-up in the contest. OBITUARY Samuel Acker, 73, a retired clothing merchant, who came to Miami four years ago fiom Boston, and resided at 1230 Anatasia Ave., Coral Gables, died last Thursday in a local hospital. He is survived by a brother. Leslie, of Coral Gables. Privatefuneral services were held Friday at the Palmer Funeral Chapel and burial was in the family plot in Mount Nebo Cemetery. 13TH ANNUAL DANCE OF MIAMI Y. M. H. A. IWV LADIES PLAN BOND SALE EFFORTS One of the main events of the year's calendar of the Miami Y will take place when the organization presents its thirteenth annual dance Tuesday, June 20. at the Coral Gables Country Club. Reservations for the af-1 fair indicate a large gathering [ will be present to hear Cy Washburn and his Country Club Orchestra play for the event and | present entertainment during the evening. Tickets are $1.50, which includes tax, and are available from members of the committee, including Larry Grossberg, chairman; George Goldberg, Mrs. W. D. Singer, Mrs. Minna Lavine, Murray Koven, George Chertkof. Theodore Gulkis, Leo Ackerman, Al Berkowitz, Nat Blumberg, B. A. Sterling, and Al Quadow. Reservations for tickets mav be made by calling the Y. 3-4012. At a luncheon held at Childs Restaurant on Wednesday, the Ladies Auxiliary of Freda Markowitz Post 174 of the J.W.V.. accepted, in connection with the local Women's Division of the war finance department of the Dade County Defense Council's "Outfitting the Outfit Plan'' a War Bond sale pledge of $6.5! 6.04 the average cost of outfitting a platoon of about 48 men. This pledge is in addition to the national pledge of $106,000 vhich will set up an evacuation hospital and convalescent camp. The committee reported that good progress was being made in the drive. SPINOZA FORUM IN SPECIAL MEETING TROOP 6 SCOUTS TO LEAVE FOR CAMP Nat Gans, Scoutmaster of Troop 6, announced that the members will leave Sunday, June 18th, for the Boy Scout Camp at Snapper Creek. The camping program was made possible by the successful efforts of members Of the Troop was announced at an affair last Thursday. Dr. Harry Green will supervise the physical examination of members of the Troop. The Spinoza Forum will hold a special meeting this Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, to hear, over the radio, the brilliant young pianist, William Kapell, nephew of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, play with the PhilharmonicSymphony Orchestra of New York. The meeting will be held, as usual, under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th St.. between Collins Ave. and Oc r aii Drive, Miami Beach. While K;i pell was visiting with his uncK last season, he gave a concert. in Miami Beach, for the benefit of the Jewish National Fund and the Spinoza Forum. >Atf mLSir George Schwartz Certified Public Accountant announces his resignation as Project Auditor in New York for Defense Plant Corporation, an instrumentality of U. S. Government and the reopening of his office at 1000 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Telephone 5-3516 June 14,1944 B'NAI B'RITH Needs Volunteers to Man Its Downtown Flaglor Street BOND BOOTH Please Volunteer and Call the B'nai B'rith Office Immediately 3-6306 £v3GUST BROS Ry: £ Is the BEST? JUST RECEIVED— 25,000 Used Records IOC .a $1.00 Per Dozen Decca Victor Columbia DIXIE RECORD EXCHANGE 701 N. MIAMI AVE. No Phone Orders COME EARLY! MAKE YOUR HOME AN Island of Comfort! 13th ANNUAL DANCE SPONSORED BY Y. M. & Y. W. H. A. OF GREATER MIAMI TUESDAY, JUNE 20,1944-8:30 o'Clock AT THE CORAL GABLES COUNTRY CLUB MUSIC BY Cy Washburn and his Country Club Orchestra • i en ADMISSION. INCLUDING TAX FOR TABLE RESERVATIONS PHONE THE "Y 3-4012 $1.50 Your home can be made cool and comfortable all summer with the "Comfort Magic" of C. I. 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