The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH UNITY!
cvn& THE JEWIS H WEE
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, at its first meeting
Site newly electorate held last
Wednesday evening, chose the
Swe committee, which will
SSS the activities of the organ-
abon lor the ensuing year.
Those elected were: Sam Blank,
SSeSeliK. Mrs. Max Dobnn.
Dr Frank Coret. Jacob Sher,
Carl Weinkle, Max Orovitz Jo-
seph Stem, Matilda Ratner.
Levin, David PUUte
Leonard Abess, Fred K, Shoche .
Leo Aekerman, Rudy R. Adier,
Mrs. Benjamin Bronston, Benja-
min Bronston. George Chertkoi,
George Goldberg. Louis Heiman
M. J. Kopelowitz, J. Gerald
Lewis, Joseph Lipton, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Meyers, Stanley C. My-
ers, Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal.
Herbert Scher, Mrs. Monte Se-
lig, William Singer, and Harry
Zukernick.
The meeting, presided over
by Monte Selig, newly elected
president, in which capacity he
also serves as chairman of the
board, announced the appoint-
ment of chairmen of standing
committees, including Jake Sher.
campaign planning; Isaac Levin,
nominating; Fred K. Shochet,
publicity; Leonard Abess. rat-
ing; Dave Phillips, year round
fund raising, and Jake Sher, col-
lections.
The budget committee selected
is Harry Boyell, Albert Kahn.
Edward Lovitz, Benjamin Mey-
ers. Mrs. Stanley C Myers. Max
Orovitz. Dr. Albert E. Rosen-
thai. Morton Russack, Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Ben Silver. Wil-
liam Singer, and Mrs. Milton
Sirkin. Ex-officio members of
this committee are Stanley My-
ers, honorary president; Monte
Selig, president, and Joseph
Rose, executive secretary.
Dr. Frank Coret, chairman of
the nominating committee, pre-
sented the recommendations to
the directors.
Joseph Rose, newly elected ex
BOND SALES AT BEACH
TOTAL OVER $3,000,000
Miami Beach bond sales in the
Fifth War Loan drive totalled
$3,700,000 for the first three days
of the campaign, it was an-
nounced.
The tally was provided by S.
T. Sapiro, head of the Miami
Beach division, Dade county
war finance committee. It rep-
resents about a third of the pre-
1TL0N HOSE TO BE
AUCTION FEATURE
IT BOND BOOTH
MARK MAX NAMED AS
DEPUTY RATION HEAD
Mark Max, OPA price officer,
was appointed deputy state ad-
ministrator to Chauncey W. But-
ler Monday morning.
It was understood that Max |
would assume full charge of the
operation and would aid in su-1
pervising reorganization of the
ration board. He said he would
resents about a third of the pre- Twentv-four oairs of nerfeet agree to serve no longer than
drive pledge of $10,741,000 made first erade Nvlon hose will 2? three weeks as a deputy to the
by Miami Beach collectively. Sf SSL *3ELST JTwJSl I state directoi
. collectively.
"A pledge doesn't mean the
money has been paid out and
the bond delivered," he added.
"We've got to keep plugging
away. The last million wil be
the toughest to get."
ursi grade, rxyion nose win De """ ,. -. ~rr-*-'. *?,""
the feature attraction at B'nai I ftatc director. Mr. Max is high
B'rith's Bond Booth on Flagler i & popular in OPA and through-
Street. Friday at 12 noon. The', GUt the country. He was the
Bond Booth is located in front | f""st local chief of the ration
of Steven's Dress Shop, 45 East I bowd. and has been, and is.
Flagler Street, and will be Pnce officer
transferred to a large truck for
the special occasion. The unob-
tainable hose, made possible
Butler announced Monday he
would lay certain facts concern-
ing the probe of the Dade Coun-
Announcement was madei this Auctioneering of the hose and
week by officials of the Miami Wtn ifts u items goin(, to
Jewish Orthodox Congregation .L- l:-sl...'u;jj.,
through the generosity of the I Jy War Price and Rationing
Steven's Dress Shop, were ob- l board before OPA s enforcement
tained for this occasion by them | attorneys this week.
from their New York merchan-
dising office.
A special program is being ar-
ranged for that hour, featuring
the U. S. 22-piece Navy Band,
and professional entertainment
to be presented, with Lee Mason
as master of ceremonies.. Dick
Crenshaw will assist with the
of the acceptance of the resigna-
tion of Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky, spiritual leader for the
past year and a half.
Rabbi Rackovsky served the
congregation as rabbi and can-
tor, accepting the pulpit with
the Miami synagogue after serv-
ing on Miami Beach in a like
capacity.
Before coming to Miami. Rab-
bi Rackovsky was rabbi at the
Congregation Poiley Zedek for
several years, the largest ortho-
dox congregation in Syracuse,
N. Y. He served as president of
the Mizrachi organization of that
city and was vice-president of
the Regional Mizrachi of upstate
New York.
Rabbi Rackovsky achieved
considerable prominence as a
cantor, being Known as Yerush-
almy. He studied voice at the
Institute of Musical Art in New
York City as well as receiving
private instruction.
Rabbi Rackovsky is a member
of the Agudath Rabonim. the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the
the highest bidders of bond pur-
chases.
Nat Roth is special events
chairman of Sholem Lodge. B'nai
RELIEF WORK FOR
JEWS OF POLAND
TO BE CONTINUED
ap-
ehairman of Sholem Lodge, nai d t be prospects tnis week
B'rith, under whose auspices the v resumption of relief
bond selling activity is being tiifiM /__ *PWish and Polish
selling activity is being
staged in order to stimulate bond
selling, and make possible the
sponsorship of two submarine
activities for Jewish and Polish
refugees from Poland now in
Russia, suspended since the sev-
sponsorship of two submarine erance of RUSSo-Polish diplo-
sub-chasers by the organization. malic relations in 1943.
Louis Heiman is general chair- | y his reixiTn to London af-
man of the drive, of which Fn- a State visit t0 the United
day's event is one of a series, the states prime Minister Stanis-
next taking place Tuesday noon j ^ Mikolajczyk of the Polish
in front of the First Federal ;i nornm,nt irf that he
uuacpii nu.se, newiy eieciea ex- *ji *------------ -
ecutive director, addressed the I United States and Canada, ana
gathering, and a discussion on
future policy of the Federation
as to trust funds and capital
fund raising ensued.
REVISION" OF JEWISH
TRIALS IS DEMANDED
Washington (JTA) Quoting
Hungarian newspapers, the Of-
" of War Information this
'* reported that "sweeping
anti-Jewish measures, recently
termed by the U. S. Senate For-
vl*fi. ^"tions Committee as
roiQ-blooded murder,' continue
m Hungary.'
The report said that the Hun-
garian newspaper Magyqarsag
l^mands an "official revision"
"all trials since 1914 in which
* Plaintiff, his lawyer, the in-
jured party or principai wjt_
K ?we Jew'sh. These cases
would be entrusted to the peo-
ples courts which shall have the
| wt to fix damages without
p*per- aPPeal- "Thus." the
of oft
"fied.
ouL^V'^0 Peoples' feelings
uC"ded Just'ce will be sat-
, RABBIS
HOLD
Savings.
Two Million Dollars in cash
sales is the goal set as necessary
to accomplish the sponsorship,
and the organization, with the
co-operation of the Ladies' Aux-
iliary, is making every effort to
reach, and better, this goal. The
drive started June 1st, and will
last through July, with all types
of bond sales credited to the or-
ganization during the actual
Fifth War Loan Drive period
ending July 8th. The remaind-
er of the time, Series E, F and
G will be credited.
Tuesday's special event will
feature, in addition to a mili-
tary band, an all star juvenile
entertainment program, featur-
ing B'nai B'rith Youth Day
Miami's "Woman of the Day,
Was Mrs. Max Orovitz, 1867 S.
W 11th Terrace. The title was
ater that evening.
The
OF AMERICA TO
ANNUAL MEET
Lmeri,Rabblnical Assembly of
Urvan,3' ^presenting the Con-
*rva< ve Kal,lnate in the Unit-
I iu f,r, ,and Canada, will hold
Ition ainUrth annual conven-
*aien d p Delawaxen, Lacka-
Juifc ofiit' "P*,1""* n Monday.
"iroueh tk anT continuing on
wiRh Thursday. Junp 2flth
the
June 2B,t" "Pining on Monday.
1 and
rsda
rris
Center, Third
will attend Jacksonville- Fla-
kill" Bonds and Stamps to
P'werve Democracy.
, ^*LX0rS" "D~ MarKoiis of
Silver *.!:sh. Ce.nter, Third and
is an executive member of the
Rabbinic Council. He studied at
the Rabbinical College Etz Chaim
in Jerusalem and at the Yeshiva
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan, in New
York.
His new pulpit has not as yet
been announced.
MAKING PLANS FOR
CULTURAL PROGRAM
Miss Janet G. Weisman. na-
tional director of the Lecture
and Concert Bureau of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board,
accompanied by Matthew Penn.
regional field supervisor for the
southeastern area of the Jewish
Welfare Board, were in Miami
last week for a series of confer-
ences with official! of loca; Ys,
to make plans for the coming
year's cultural program. A se-
ries of lectures and concerts are
being arranged, and. as soon as
dates are confirmed, formal an-
nouncement will be made. The
contemplated program that will
offer residents of this area the
opportunity to hear outstanding
artists in varied fields will be
under the sponsorship of the Mi-
ami and Miami Beach Ys.
NEW RED CROSS__HOURS
ANNOUNCED FOR WORKERS
Dade County Chapter. American
exile government said that he
had gained the impression while
in Washington that a working
arrangement with regard to re-
lief was possible.
It was learned in this connec-
tion that the United States gov-
ernment some time ago discussed
with Moscow the question of
use of lend-lease materials allo-
cated to the Polish government
before relations between the
Soviet and Polish governments
were disrupted. Washington sug-
gested that these supplies be used
for relief of Polish citizens in
Russia and that they be dis-
tributed under the supervision
of Australian representatives,
since Australia now represents
Polish interests in Russia. The
Soviet government, it is known,
viewed Washington's suggestion
favorably.
IS
NAMED TO HEAD
M. J.FEDERATION
The board of directors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, at its last meeting, an-
nounced the appointment of Jo-
seph Rose as its new executive
director. Mr. Rose will replace
Benjamin B. Goldman, who is
leaving Miami this week to be-
come director of information and
community service for the Joint
Distribution Committee of New
York.
Prior to coming to the Feder-
ation in Miami, Mr. Rose was a
lieutenant in the army of the
United States, serving as a per-
sonnel consultant in a develop-
mental battalion for soldiers who
had suffered psycho neurotic
break-downs while in service.
Before his entrance in the ar-
my Mr. Rose was executive di-
rector of the Jewish Welfare So-
ciety and Jewish Community
Council at Erie, Pennsylvania.
While in Erie Mr. Rose was also
campaign manager for the Jew-
ish Welfare Fund of that city.
After completing the course
at the Graduate School for Jew-
ish Social Work in New York.
Mr. Rose was awarded a Com-
monwealth Fellowship in Psy-
chiatric Social Work at the
School of Applied Social Science
of Western Seserve University
in Cleveland, Ohio. He has also
taken further studies in Clinical
Psychology and in Vocational
Guidance at the graduate schools
of Columbia and New York Uni-
versities. In addition to his
community organization and
fund raising experience. Mr.
Rose has also worked with re-
creational organizations, family
case work, refugee service, in-
stitutional care and problem of
mental health. While in Erie he
established a vocational guidance
clinic to help high school and
college students choose voca-
tional careers on the basis of
scientifically developed aptitude
tests and interest inventories. He
is a member of the American As-
sociation of Psychiatric Social
Workers and was formerly pres-
ident of the Erie Chapter of the
American Association of Social
Workers.
W. lltn terrace. mc iw awarded for the sale of $265,000 CONFISCATION OF ALL
in war bonds. Highest mdivid-i rVMClA
ual sale of bonds during the, PROPERTY IN tjfcWUA
Cl>Mrs Orovitz was entertained Bern (JTA)The confiscation
at luncheon Tuesday and was al- : of all property belonging to
so feted at dinner and the the- Jews in the Italian city of Oenoa
was announced over the Fascist
Republican radio.
The broadcast also announced
that a 58-year-old Italian priest,
Gianantonio Agosti, has been ar-
rested by the Fascist authorities
in Milan for "taking advantage
of his religious office to help
Jews." Father Agosti, who had
served as professor at the Milan
Cathedral for 27 years, is charged
with providing Jews with "false
identity documents.' The Fas-
cist radio also claimed that "ex-
tensive correspondence with
Jews was found in his posses-
sion" and that he gave shelter
to Jews in a convent.
AUXILIARY OF I. W. V.
TO HAVE BOND RALLIES
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Freda Markowitz Post No. 174
will stage bond rallies over
WIOD in front of the First Na-
tional Bank each evening from
5 to 6 o'clock, at which time Ida
LeVine, bond chairman, will en-
tertain, and her committee will
promote bond sales.
The ladies will also tend a
bond booth on Lincoln Road at
Washington Ave. Miami Beach
Friday, June 23rd, and ask their
friends to see them there, or to
call Minnie Kline, president,
2-1025, for pledges.
The Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary is definitely on the
way not only to making its quo-
ta of $106,000 for an evacuation
Red Cross. From now on work
ers will report at 9 a. m. and
leave at 4:30 p. m. Red Cioss
fome "service P and emergency
service will continue as usual
f^om 9 a. m. to 1 P. m with pro-
vision for real emergency do
tween 10 p. m. and 9 a- m.
Buy War Bond* Today
as well as its quota .
a platoon of 48 men but w
working hard towards doubling
these quotas. Instrumental in
he promotion of sales are Betty
Levi Ida Levine. Pearl Raid-
man Ida Cohen. Betty Alpert,
Hannah Bronstein. Pauline Ver-
don Pearl Azus, Jennie Levin-
son and Evelyn Clem. Mem-
ben of the Post are co-operating
on this drive.
EXPANSION PROGRAM AT
M. U. GETS BIG DONATION
PROMINENT REALTOR
BURIED INJYEW YORK
New York (J T A)Funeral
services were held this week for
Benjamin Winter, president of
the American Federation of Pol-
ish Jews, who died Friday night
at his home here. He was 6-1
years old.
Born in Lodz, Poland, Winter
came to the United States in 1901
and became one of the best
known realtors in New York. He
was active in the American Jew-
ish Congress, United Palestine
Appeal, and in various fraternal
and philanthropic Jewish organi-
zations.
Latest $10,000 cash donation
to the University of Miami ex-
pansion fund program was made
by M. M. Weiss, founder and
president of Tooley-Myron stu-
dios, who described his gift as
"an investment in the only kind
of peace that can mean anything
to the boys who must expend
their youth and health to win it.'
"I am convinced," said L.
Bruno Weil, chairman of the
drive, "that if we raise this first
$1,000,000 here in Dade county,
the University will be a $25,000,-
000 institution within 10 years."
PRESS DEMANDS JEWS
FORBIDDEN TO SMOKE
Zurich (JTA)A decree bar-
ring Jews in Hungary from
smoking cigarettes and cigars
similar to restrictions in force
in Germany and in the occupied
countriesis demanded by the
Hungarian press, the German ra-
dio reported this week.
Budapest papers report that
the mobilization of Jews in Hun-
gary for "auxiliary military ser-
vice" is being carried out with
great speed. All Jews between
18 and 48 years of age must re-
port for service. Exemptions
are made only for disabled sol-
diers of the last war, for rabbis
and yeshiva students and for
Jews employed in essential war
industries and in defense work.
Doctors, engineers, pharmacists
and veterinary surgeons are a ISO'
being excused in various locali-
ties where they are needed.
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PAGE TWO
*Jeistfk>ridlan
BAY^UNE 23. j^
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. My-
ers observed then crystal anni-
versary last week City
ENGAGEMENT IS
ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Luby, 630 S. W. 19th
road, have announced
the engagement ei
their daughter, Miss
Betty Arleno Luby.
to Capt. Frank S.
Cohen. USAMC. son
of Mrs. Sarah Cohen,
Baltimore, Md.
Miss Luby is a
graduate of Miami
High school and has
just completed her
sophomore year at
Goucher college in
Baltimore.
Captain Cohen is
graduate of Maryland
Medical school where
he was a member of
Tau Alpha Omega
fraternity. He also
is a graduate of Ma-
ry land Pharmacy
school where he was
a member of the Phi
Lambda Kappa fra-
tern I
\ late has
Set for the wedding.
K. Adler of Miami B.
. New Y
for a six weeds' stay
Mrs. A. P. Gannes and child-
ren are going North to spin
summer at Camp Keeyumah, of
which Mr. Cannes is part ow
and director. Several Miami
children will spend the summer
;.t the camp
Mrs. N. Pritzker will li
Saturday, June 24th for a two
months' vacation. She will spend
i weeks m New Haven with
her family, and the remainder
of the time at Saybrook Beach,
Connecticut.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kiipferstcm
will spend the remainder of the
summer at Dil.ido Isle, Miami
Beach.
TNEI THEATRE
S. W. 8th St. at 15th
AIR CONDITIONED
Own 1:45
Fri. and Sat. Mat. Only
June 23-24
"JIVE
JUNCTION"
All Musical Cast, with
DICKIE MOORE
TINA THAYER

Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. Thru Wed., June 21-24
"Gay, suspenseful, genu-
inely mirthful." says
Miami Herald
C A R Y
GRANT
IN
//
ONCE UPON
A TIME"
WITH
JANET BLAIR
JAMES GLEASON
TED DONALDSON
Miss Joyce ':' laugh-
ter of Mi nd Mrs. J
man, has return
from Louisiana S-..-.^ '.
where shi wa
Mr. and Mi s. Sol Koi
son. of 1036 Washington Av
left Tuesday for -V York,
where they will spend the next
two months.
Mrs Bertha Dorfman enter-
tained Sunday at her home in
the Hudson Hotel Apartments.
A20 15th St.. Miami Beach, with
a Father's Day celebration ten-
dered to 25 returnee lathers sta-
tioned on the Beach. All of the
men have seen overseas service
and are away from then fami-
lies. Dinner was served In the
lobby of the hotel and dancing
followed. Mrs. Dorfman was as-
sisted by Mr. and Mrs i Gil-
bert
Arthur Augu.-t. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack August, of Miami
i. will leave this week for
Camp Twin Lakes, Vermont,
where he will serve as counsel-
or,
Stanley Roth left Thursday for
Honesdale, Pennsylvania, where
hi will spend the summer al
Camp Kiowa. He is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Nat Both.
ANHIUSII.IUSCH
Budweiser
TRAD* MARK *CO. U. 9. PAT. OFf.
EVERYWHERE
DISTRIBUTED BY
NATIONAL BRANDS. INC.
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
'Owned and Operated by
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n
A COMMUNITY CEMETERY
Affiliated Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob, Miami
Jewish Orthodox, Schaarei Zedek and Sisterhood
Chesed Shel Ernes
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon
have returned from their honey-
moon, and are now at home. J4
S. W. 10th Avenue.
Rabbi Jacob Tanhish, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Israel, left
Tuesday for Cincinnati, where
he will attend the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis con-
vention. Following the meeting,
he will vacation in the North,
returning here in the late sum-
mer.
Mrs. Walter Fall and children
left Thursday for Flcishmann.
New York, where they will spend
the summer. Mr. Fall will join
them for a two week stay the
first of July.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte arc-
now in the North for a six week s
trip. visiting relatives and
friends.
Miss Miriam Scheinberg,
daughter of Pmcus Scheinberg,
has returned to the city from At-
lanta. While in Atlanta she vis-
ited her cousins, Pentz Schein-
berg and Mrs. Miriam Clein of
Montgomery, Ala.
Mrs. Helen Schlff Taylor left
Saturday for Birmingham. Ala.
From tnere she will go to New
York to visit with her brother
friends, rounding out a
ith s vacation betore return-
ing home.
Rabbi and Mrs. Mas 5
and : part-

the .-.....
Alfred Gotteaman has return-
d to his per.-, house in the Police
hotel, after a six weeks'
::- New York.
- Pepper, of West Palm
: Mr. and Mis.
\ .:.- city, spent a
wiUl his par-
He returned
Saturday t th< Marine Base at
Carolina, to which
Dr. ur.d Mrs. Leo Kuppcr. Di
' Miami Beach, will
leave Monday with their family
Maine, where they will spend
the summei.
Misses Ida and Molly Engler
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Engler, 1637 S. W. 11th St.. have
returned to their home after
spending a two weeks vacation
m Havana. Cuba.
Mrs. Bessie Levin, 927 Merid-
ian Ave., has left for a visit
with relatives in New York City,
after which she will spend sever-
al weeks in the mountains. She
will be away about two months.
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
HAS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
TUami
for Rest
CONVALCSCCMCI
njCHRONICCASES
"WSunRqyPark
/Health Resort
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Whn You Think of Real Eitt
Think Of
LEO EISENSTEIN
REALTOR
309 Lincoln Road Phont 5-647*
Dpandable, Conacientiout Service
Buy a Rod and Reel
AND RELAX
For Your Hejitfc and Rleaaura
SHRIBER'S FISHING
TACKLE SHOP
B17 Waat Ave.. M. B. Ph. 8-1*23
OPEN EVENINGS
George J. Talianoff has joined I
the stall ut the Florida Regional
Office of the Anti-Defamation
League as assistant director. A
graduate of Cornell University j
and the St. Lawrence Law !
School. Mr. Talianoff has had B
wide and varied experience In
the fields of social work and
public administration. Prior toI
his arrival in Miami he was at- '
tached to the New York office
of the Anti-Defamatn.n League.
ABRAHAM EINHORN DIES
_ Abraham Einhorn. 57. one of
Key West's oldest merchants. '
died June 13 in a Miami hospit- I
i Surviving are his widow. !
Mrs. Anne Einhorn. and three
sons, Raymond. Sidney and Jack
all of Key West, where the body
was sent for burial, by the Gor-
don Funeral Home.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Berk-
eley announce the birth of a
soii, Terrv, in New York, on
Thursday. June 15th. The Berk-
eley family will return here
shortly to make their home.
Captain and Mrs. Edward Pey-
ser announce Uie birth of a baby
girl born June 17th. Mrs. Pey-
ser is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I. Tannen, Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnett an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Susanne Jean.
THOMAS J. STROUD ELECTED
HEAD OF BEACH JR. C. C.
Thomas J. Stroud was elected
president of the Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce
Monday night at Murray's res-
taurant, succeeding J. Bernard
Spector in the semi-annual bal-
loting. Art Singer was selected
treasurer, and Bob Epstein, his-
torian.
In addition to these officers.
Maxwell J. Lubin, Kenneth Oka
and S. C. Finn will be on the
board of directors.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiat-
ed this week at the brisim of
the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Jackson, 645 West Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach on Tuesday, and Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Querido, 801 N.
E. 82nd Street on Saturday.
IS TIME FOR
TAM TAM
Miss Mary M~F^li^TT-
Harry Melamed wee un!^
marriage last SaturdL ^ in
at Beth Jacob svn?oL Venin
Rjbbl Moses MeSRfiS;
DECREE AT^y. COLU^
Mrs. Abraham A *,
wife of a former Miami S&
was awarded the degreed uhl
ter of Arts of the New v*l
State College of Teacher* in S
bany at its June commence^"
Rabbi Kellner plans to SpTn
the summer as civilian ri.25?
at Don Field. Maine! ChaDlwn
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cTATE IS ORGANIZED
FOR FIFTHWAR LOAN
2g? S TGhoshs
gnu n u-.. an* for the 5th War
job ^an w w McEachern
n Petersburg, chairman of
l Florida War Finance Com-
,he., in addressing the confer-
&3fi> some days a*o
"fflVSfa organization." ad-
JlS, McKuchern, "is a prac-
d i vwoikinK and experienced
"Ca,n o Florida's outstanding
hat then- are from three to
Senty three committees ,n
hem, each one responsible for
STparticipation of the people
S ill area in this vital war ef-
fort Many counties have allot-
ted'a definite portion of the
rountv quota to each commun-
S? in the county so that the
oeople may know just what is
.xpected of them.
Florida has been divided into
eleven regions and each group
of counties is directed by a cap-
able volunteer regional manag-
er a prominent and outstanding
business and civic leader well
acquainted with the problems
and people in the counties of his
region. ,
Each county has a quota in the
5th War Loan both in E Bonds
as well as an overall quota and
each regional manager is at work
aiding the counties in his area
10 so organize and work as to as-
sure complete success in this
campaign.
Region VII lias as co-manag-
ers H. E. Simpson and Wm. At-
will, Jr of Miami. The total
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is $8,259,000 with an overall
quota of $85,918,000 and allocat-
ed as follows:
County E Bonds Overall
Broward $ 982,000 $ 8,085.000
Dade 6,995,000 32,379,000
Monroe________278,000 444,000
OBITUARIES
Mrs. Rose Goldstein, 73, of
2512 S. W. 1st St., died Monday
in a local hospital after a pro-
longed illness. She came to Mi-
ami five years ago from New
York City. She is survived by
three daughters, Mrs. Lena
Thurm and Mrs. Fannie Durst,
both of New York, and Mrs.
Rose Dainov, of Miami, with
whom she made her home; two
sons, Nathan of New York, and
Harry of Miami. The remains
were returned to New York by
the Palmer Funeral Home for
services and interment.
Adolph Kristal, 61, died sud-
denly at his home, 705 10th St.,
today. Coming from New York
City 16 months ago, he was the
owner of a retail stationery store.
He is survived by his wife Re-
gina, Miami Beach, one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Lorraine Penzil and
one son, Robert, both of New
York. The .body was sent to
New York by the Riverside Me-
morial chapel, for services and
burial.
Milton Leveson, 48, 223 23rd
St., died Monday in the Veterans
hospital, Bay Pines, Fla. He
came to Miami Beach 14 years
ago from New Orleans. He
served in the medical corps dur-
ing World War I and was a
member of the Miami Beach
Post American Legion. He is
survived by his father, Samuel
Leveson, two brothers, Harris
and Lewis, all of Miami Beach
and one sister. Mrs. Theresa
quota ol E Bonds for this region1 Mann of New Orleans.
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REGISTERS WITH
DEFT. OF JUSTICE
Wasnington (JTA)The new-
ly established "Hebrew Commit-
tee of National Liberation" and
three of its members, including
its chairman, Peter Bergson,
this week filed registration state-
ments as foreign agents, the
Department of Justice disclosed.
The committee registered as "an
agent of the Hebrew nation."
The statement filed by the
committee said that the organi-
zation was not sure that it came
under provisions of the For-
eign Agents Act of 1938. The
members listed were: Peter H.
Bergson, also known as Kook,
living in Washington; Samuel
Merlin, now in New York; Ben-
jamin Ben-Nahum, forme rly
Theodore Kopeliovitch, now in
New York; Pinhas Delougaz,
now in Chicago; Eri Jabotinsky,
now in Turkey; Arieh Ben-Eliez-
er, now in Palestine; and Captain
Jeremiah Halpern, now in Eng-
land.
A list of employes will be sub-
mitted later, the committee
statement said. Most of its mem-
bers, it pointed out, have been
members of the American
Friends of a Jewish Palestine;
all were active members of the
Committee for a Jewish Army
and the Emergency Committee
to Save the Jews of Europe: and
some were members of the Free
Palestine Committee while it
was being organized.
SONG LEADERS GROUP
ORGANIZED BY B. J. E.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion announces the establishment
of a Jewish Song Leaders Group
to train song leaders for camp,
Hebrew, Sunday School and
other organizations. It meets
weekly, on Wednesdays. Furth-
er information may be obtained
by calling 3-5858.
The Bureau has also arranged
to send a teacher to the Cardiac
Home to meet with the children
for the purpose of teaching the
Bible and Biblical history, and
encouraging the children to in-
crease their knowledge of the
subject by a regular reading pe-
riod under the teacher's super-
vision, A. P. Gannes, executive
director announced.
The Jewish Studies Group on
the Beach and Sunday School
Teachers' Group had their last
session of the season.
The Jewish Studies Group in
Miami and the Adult Jewish
Studies Group will continue to
meet throughout the summer.
All of these sessions were un-
der the auspices of the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
LARGE ENROLLMENT IS
REPORTED AT BEACH
The Miami Beach YM & WH
A has announced a capacity en-
rollment of 75 for its Summer
Home Camp, according to Jack
Marash, executive director. A
staff of 11, all specialized in their
respective fields, had the Home
Camp program in full swing at
the end of the first week.
A camp council was organized
by the children participating,
and, after several meetings, a
program of special events, to
take place throughout the camp
season, was announced. These
will include picnics, fishing par-
ties, in addition to a number of
special projects to be held in
the Camp.
One day each week has been
set aside, during which time
War Stamps will be sold, and a
special quota for the Summer
Season for the defense program
has been set.
Mrs. Martha Susskind and
Mrs. Leo Huberman are co-
chairmen of the Beach Home
Camp project.
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
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"Even the faucet has a
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the tap and my automatic
Gas water-heating system sup-
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need any time I want it 1
"And talk about comfort! The
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Springtime ... no matter what
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my new Gas we stay as cool as an ocean breeze
in summer... snug and warm all
winter long!"
Only dreams, today...yes!...But
tomorrow they'll be realities. For
the tiny blue Gas flame the
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You can make them come true
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NOTICE OF CONVOCATION
OF ITS
SECOND SESSION
Acting under the authority vetted in it by the American
Jewith Conference, the Interim Committee eitablithed by the
Conference voted to convene the second session of the American
Jewish Conference, at the Hotel Stevens in Chicago, III., begin-
ning on Saturday evening, September 2nd. The session will
continue through September 3rd, 4th and 5th.
New elections of delegates will not be required inas-
much os the Conference is in recess and the forthcoming session
is convened by the Interim Committee under the authority
vested in it by the delegates of the first session.
The delegates elected by the communities are herewith,
requested to notify the offices of the Conference, before June
30th, whether they will be in a position to serve at the forth-
coming session, in order that steps may be taken to provide for
alternates if necessary, in accordance with the Rules of Election.
The amended rules with regard to the filling of vacancies of
delegates for the first session will govern the filling of vacancies
for the second session.
The national organizations affiliated with the Confer-
ence are requested to notify the Administrative Committee,
before June 30th, of tuch substitutions at may be made in the
list of their representative
LOUIS UPSKY, CHAIRMAN
Administrative Committee
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VOLUME 17 NUMBER 25
JEWS AND THE PEACE
Sir William Beveridge, the famous author of the social se-
curity plan, speaking in England, said that the war will have
been fought in vain if the Jewish question is not given a so-
lution.
Intelligent people of all creeds must agree that the Jew-
ish problem certainly cannot be ignored any more than the
Polish, or Czech, or any other issues of the warand even per-
haps agree with Sir Beveridge that it is the question which can
be least ignored.
And yet, judging by surface indications, one might well be
disturbed and question whether the world has learned any-
thing in this respect. The continued vitality of the anti-Semitic
movements, such as is exhibited recently in the Polish army
and even in America, may lead one to wonder whether the
world has learned anything.
Yet deeper consideration may lead us to take a more hope-
ful view. The very persistence of racial hatred, particularly
at a time when the German racial arrogance has provoked a
world war, may help in making the gentlemen who will sit at
the peace table deal actively with that question in all its
phases. Noise is an unpleasant thing, but sometimes, it is like
a pain which forces us to correct our way of life.
The very fact that Sir William Beveridge makes so radical
a statement about the importance of the Jewish question is
itself encouraging.
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
A German Jewish refugee
landed in England in 1933. In
1939 he joined the English army,
saw service in many areas of the
world he had only read about
and was successively promoted
until now he ranks as captain.
Last week, the fortunes and va-
es of war being what they
are. he wandered into the ADL
office. I cannot tell you his
name for security reasons.
The captain had some drama-
tic tales to tell. Most interest-
ing to your director was his de-
scription of Tel-A-Viv-A won-
der citymuch like Miami."
Every tune a British soldier or
sailor in the Near East gets a
furlough he heads for this magic
city. He finds the people most
hospitable and anxious to be of
service to the men in uniform
In contrast to the Arab and
J.rcncn merchants, the soldier
nnds the Jewish merchant fair
honest and one-priced. This last
is unusual in the Near East as
11 IS J- ? Arab custom to quote
?k fU|B?,t pfice they believe
the traffic will bear and then
I haggle until the article is sold.
The Jews in Palestine bv then
dignity and circumspect behavior
have done a tremendous amount
to build good will among the
members of His Majesty's armed
forces.
Anti-Semitism in England, the
captain believes, is somewhat on
the decline. Although, he warn-
ed, it could be whipped up eas-
I ily if political opportunities so
chose to do. The captain cited
the splendid war service record
of the English Jewish commun-
ity and particularly Great Brit-
ain's B'nai B'rith Lodges as be-
ing responsible in no small de-
gree tor the comradeship which
got s hand in hand with better
interfaith relations,
BLOOD DONOR'S COUNCIL
HAS IMPORTANT MEETING
At the initial meeting of the
board of directors of the recently
organized Blood Donor's council
Thursday at the Seven Seas res-
taurant, plans for the establish-
ment of a monthly newspapt i
"The Needle." were discussed!
The opening of a contest for de-
signing of a blood donor's pin
to be given after three donations
is also being planned.
Among members present were
Jack Cleary, director of the Blood
Bank of Dade County; Jack Rob-
erts, council chairman; Rudy Ad-
ler director, and Dr. Samuel
Swift, chairman of the council's
Miami Beach office.
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WESTFLAOLER AT 27TH AVENUE '
The administrative committee
appointed by the interim com-
mittee of the American Jewish
Conference is now preoccupied
with arrangements for the hold-
ing of the second session of the
American Jewish Conference,
scheduled to open in Chicago on
September 2nd. Meeting every
week, the administrative com-
mittee is planning the second
session and considering Prob-
lems arising in connection with
From the replies to the notice
of convocation of the second B) B-
sion. sent to the delegates two
weeks ago. it is evident that an
overwhelming majority of the
delegate.-, intend to be present in
Chicago. Only in a few cases
will there be need lor appoint-
ing alternates. The technical
arrangements in Chicago are
proceeding satisfactorily.
In order to facilitate the sub-
mission of the views of the dele-
gates to the conference, it is pro-
posed that in advance of the op-
ening of the conference up to
July 31st, the administrative
committee shall serve as the
1 committee for preparation of
resolutions to come before the
conference. The administrative
committee Will also consider all
: recommended resolutions of the
I commissions on rescue, post-war
I and Palestine.
The administrative committee
i of the American Jewish Confer-
i ence is arranging a series of
j delegates' meetings throughout
the country for the purpose of
clarifying the issues before the
second session of the conference,
scheduled to be held in Chicago
September 2-5.
The object of these pre-con-
ference gatherings of delegates
is to clear away misconceptions
that have arisen concerning the
conference, report on the rec-
ord of achievement up to date,
near the views of the delegates
and discuss problems and issues
confronting the second session.
The administrative committee
suggested that delegates elect
their own officers and fix their
own agenda.
COMMUNITY CHEST IS
OPERATING AS A UNIT
Dade County Community War
t, reorganized this week.
consolidates 22 local welfare
agencies supported by the Com-
munity Chest and 14 war relief
agencies of Allied nations sup-
ported by the War chest under
one charter and one board of di-
rectors. This eliminates effort
and expense.
The Community chest was en-
larged into the War chest to in-
clude war relief as well as local
agencies in 1943. In 1944. $622-
Uo6 was raised, with the Com-
munity chest receiving $304,000
of this sum.
Temporary officers of the new
organization are James I. Keller,
jr., president; Fred Borton. Lu-
ther Chandler, John E. Shuey,
vice presidents; A. E. Fuller,
treasurer; H. F. Cordes. secre-
tary, and Ralph A. Tracy, execu-
tive secretary.
Elected to the board of direc-
tors were Gordon Anderson. Cor-
des, Byron Freeland. Fuller. H.
H. Hyman. Dr. Glenn C. James,
Keller, Kenneth S. Keyes. Mrs.
Hugh Matheson, Mrs. L. J. Mc-
Caffrey, Stanley C. Myers. Dr. I.
T. Pearson, Mrs. Hollis Rinehart,
jr., Shuey, and H. Sayre Wheel-
er.
The nominating committee in-
cludes Sam McCormick. Mrs
Edwin J. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. T V
Moore, and Roscoe Brunstetter!
SWmJSP" SCHOLARSHIP
AWARDED BEACH YOUTH
Lewis Shenker. Miami Beach
has been awarded one of the Si-
rTv0V.,MS!T,delbaUm scholarships
?L^\ Umvers"y of Michigan
where he is a sophomore in the
SP?f2 of literature, science and
.l Thes?, schlarsh,ps are
awarded annually to students on
& ZfjU**** ch"c-
BRTTH MILAH SUNDAY
; "e"ds and relatives are in-
v ted to attend the Bru Milan
nlrH^r f Mr and Mrs Be?
nfad ^>lornor'. which will take
Place Sunday, June 25th at 10
WE BETCHA .
We may be wrong, but we're willing to waqer tv
the September session of the American Jewish (V i at
scheduled for Chicago, will not be held That bef /"*'
heated debate concerning partition of Eretz Israel arm ^
up in Zionist circles That a well-known Hollywood 7^
will be involved in a controversy with the Yiddish n ^Ure
That if a certain organization succeeds in buyinq oWVi'
Yiddish papers it will convert that publication into on f i-,
Jewish daily That at the Zionist convention Dr IsLl r u
stein will be re-elected to the presidency of the ZOA tt!
an internal issue will threaten to rip the Poale Zion o
tion asunder That the Jewish section of the InJZSS^
Workers' Order will change its name to the Jewish PeoT'
Order That if the whole story of recent anti-Jewish oSSll
in the Boston area were told publicly, American demoaS
would blush "*.iacy
THIS AND THAT .
We're all for William Gellermann's expose of Conores.,
man Martin Dies However, we are a little puzzled bv tk
tendency, in certqin quarters, to stress that the author i, !
Methodist Could it be that if Gellermann's German nl!
were taken for a "Jewish name"which, we hasten to nZ
out, it isn tthe effectiveness of his book might be diminish*?'
There'll be no rationing of rabbis Baltimore's Ner Israel
Rabbinical College, now in its eleventh year of activity oradu
ated eleven students at exercises held last weekend Six f
the newly ordained rabbis already have pulpits That im
pressive Jacob Epstein bust of the late Zionist leader Dr Shma
ryahu Levin which graces the library of the Horzliah Hebrew
Academy is the gift of Morris Eisemann, president of the Metro
pohtan News Company and a great admirer of Dr. Levin
The Benjamin Warner after whom a Liberty Ship is beino
named is the late father of Hollywood's Warner Brothers
BOOKS AND AUTHORS .
Albert E. Kahn, co-author of "Sabotage," will make the
headlines on July 5th, especially in the Jewish press Don't
miss Marie Syrkin's article on Jim Crowism in the schools in
the current issue of Common Ground It's a chapter from a
forthcoming book by the daughter of the late Poale Zionist lead-
er Nahum Syrkin Have we told you that Etta Shiber's recent
best-seller, "Paris Underground," is being readied for the
screen? "There's No Place Like Washington" is the title of
a forthcoming book by Vera Bloom, daughter of Congressman
Sol Bloorn Vera, who has spent most of her life in the Capi-
tal with her father, has had plenty of opportunity to observe
Washington life from the inside Maurice Samuel's latest
book "Harvest in the Desert," has just been published, but has
already sold twenty thousand copies You'll like it ... In it
there's an anecdote so warmly human that we can't resist tell-
ing it to you It seems that the late philosopher Ahad Ha'am,
while strolling with the Hebrew poet Bialik, was lamenting that
Hebrew was not really alive in Palestine ... A little boy who
happened to be passing by stopped to look at them, and Ahad
Ha am suddenly reached out and tweaked the youngster's ear
. The boy let out a yell of pain, ran across the street, turned
around and, furiously, squealed: "Hamor zaken"which is
good Hebrew for "old donkey" Whereupon the aged phil-
osopher beamed and, turned to Bialik, said: "Now that's what
we need!" .
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Violin virtuoso Jascha Heifetz, who's doing his fiddling
overseas nowadays, likes to spend his spare time with the
GI s instead of hobnobbing with their officers And reports
are that the boys love the serious music he's bringing them ...
When you see the Army movie about Germany (in the "Know
Your Enemy" series) and wonder which actor was picked to
play the part of Prof. Albert Einstein, remember that we told
Yu at the role is being filled by Prof. Einstein himself... The
Clifford (playwright) Odets menage is preparing to add a nurs-
ery, as is the CharUe Chaplain household Best wishes for
a speedy recovery to former representative Florence P. Kahn of
California Barney Ross, the former boxing champion and,
more recently. Marine Hero, is hoping that John Garfield will
play him in the projected film on his (Barney's) career...
TRUE STORY ...
Winchell reports that Supreme Court Justice Aaron J. Levy
recently heard the plea of a man who asked for permission to
change his name, which, he said, had been "a source of great
embarrassment" to him "And what is your name?" asked
the Justice "Levy." the man told him "Rarely in the life
ot any jurist," was the caustic retort, "comes there a motion
wmen he can grant with such pleasure." .
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5 WAR LOAN
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS
& LOAN ASSN.
EAST COAST FISHERIES
380 W. Flagler Street
GEORGE BERTMAN. REAL ESTATE
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beech, Fla,
GULF DRUG SALES CO.
18 N. W. 7th Street
NOVELTY SALES CO.
44 N. E. lit Avenue
PROVIDENT LOAN CO.
38 N. Miami Avenue
ROSS ARMY & NAVY STORE
110 N. Miami Avenue
DR. FREDERICK R. FRANK
1138 W. Flagler Street
MAYOR JEWELRY CO.
16 N. E. 1st Avenue
LAWRENCE LUMBER CO.
687 N. W. 14th Street
TRIPURE WATER CO.
652 N. W. 14th Street
PARAGON PAINT CO.
545 W. Flagler Street
GREEN BROS. BROKERS
55 N. E. 24th Street
EL COMODORO HOTEL
33 S. W. 2nd Avenue. Miami
SEA ISLE HOTEL
3001 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
SAMDREISEN
Watch RepairingOlympia Building
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*Jenistnxjdtori
raPAYjffi,
menca
tteiifrf
He's doing his part s i Y W mv$t do our port!
For him the terrifying grsnd cH-
maz of the war it at hand.
The supreme military risk-
bound to be bloody, costly, in
American lives.
Our boys know this. They don't
have to read the heart-rending
headlines or casualty lists to know
what is expected of them.
They are in it.
But they are not flinching ... not
holding back.
They will see the grim venture
through to the bitter, victorious
end.
And if, for your boy, or some boy
you know, the price of Victory is
death, you can be absolutely cer-
tain that he made the supreme
sacrifice courageously ... for the
cause of Freedom.
For us, too, the terrifying grand
climax of the war is at hand.
This supreme, desperate call for
American dollars 16 bill ions oi
them is to enable our fighting
men to carry through the grim,
bloody assault to a successful con-
clusion and Victory.
Not just American dollars-but
the dollars in your pocket-in your
savings account.
You musf buy War Bonds-now!
At least twice as much as you
bought last time. If you are
already buying Bonds on a pay-
roll savings plan, buy EXTRA
Bonds during this Drive.
Your Government is counting on
you. Your boy, and your neigh-
bor's boy, are counting on you ...
just as you are counting on them
in this fateful hour.
Citizens of Miami Beach
Will Do Their Part-
The Fifth War Loan Drive is now under way. Miami
Beach, with only 8 per cent of 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 perform its patriotic duty and maintain our repu-
tation as a city all-out for victory.
Mail and telephone orders for bonds credited to any or-
ganization, will be handled personally by R. R. Adler. Phone
5-6371. Headquarters Y. M.SW.R A.. 1 Lincoln Road.
5th War Loan Drive Is Now Going
Buy Double the Extra Bonds You Bought Last Time
THIS VITAL TO VICTORY MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING PATRIOTIC CITIZENS AND FIRMS
Biscayne Laundry
Checker Cab
George Kaplan
Kings Cleaner & Shoe Rebuilders
Jacqueline
Alton Photo Service
Irvington Shirt Corp.
Arnold's
George I. Bertman
Charlie's Inn
Auerbach Paint Co.
Harry Sirkin
Shoreham Norman Hotel
Hotel Pharmacy
Newman Arnold Photography
Nat H. Hankoff
London Luggage
Miami Beach Board of Realtors
Mrs. Martha Susskind
Chester W. Krone
Mr. Morris Margolis
B. E. Bronston
S. A. Goodman
Paris Shop
Mrs. Louis N. Pokress
Mammy's. Inc.
Lora Pack
Worth. Inc.
S. J. Halperin
Miles Treasure House
Neron Hotel
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
Enfield's Comera Shop
Allan Abess
The Ellis Store
Pure Drinx. Inc.
Rubinstein's
Harry Zukemick
W. I. Feuer. Realtor
Joseph Daoud's Sons
Simco Shoes 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. Optometrist
Headquarters: Y. M. & W. H. A.t 1 Lincoln Road
Telephone 5-6371


1944
+Jewistincrktian
PAGE SEVEN
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G^ATER MIAMI J^*^,**011 ""EM *? *"*? Miami '** deration
Of The Jewish Welfare Board ^HslP Us Keep R.cord of Our Man in Series
SERVICE
PARADE!
gron
Miami
and active
, hands full and very
S*Jf for himself, Captain
ll,tle H? Hirsch Meyar. former
tt"D city councilman.
fin communal worker.
Jtencea urcat interest in
ffSSSSr and it. doings.
^irative of this interest was a
^ Ip...ved here this week
ff ffSt the Gilbert 1.1-
** where he is stationed, de-
Sng some of his activity with
/army. He noted a special in-
J*J"i Hillel work and its
functions. ^_____
fjM, t"c son of D!i- and MrS'
a F Friedman, and grandson
i Mr and Mrs. Morris Dubler.
Sent his furlouRh from a camp
fVirginia with his family.
The Graatar Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian, the
daily press and national
publications. Sand 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.
MORE FIRSTS
First American flag planted in
the city of Algiers at the start of
the North African invasion was
carried by Corp. Hyman I. Sha-
kin of New York.
First soldier from Delaware
killed in war was Sgt. Harry
Fineman of Wilmington. Del.
who died in the defense of Cor-
regidor.
First war casualty among mem-
bership of the American Bar
Association was Ensign Robert
L. Leopold of Louisville, Ky.,
who died at Pearl Harbor.
First Japanese battleship sunk
in the war was the Haruna. sent
to the bottom by plane piloted 1
ORNAMENTAL IRON
REPAIRS
Doors, Screens, Grill Work
and
Every Kind of Metal
Work Repairs
CALL
G. M. Dykes
Iron Works, Inc.
69 N. W. Third Street.
Phones 2-32742-5960
LAWN MOWERS
SHARPENED AND
REPAIRED
KEYS MADE
Hargrove's Key Shop
241 W. FLAGLER ST.
Ph. 3-5048
T/Sgt. Philip Kuperberg. 1229 \"y ?apt Colin Pi1/ whse *m-
eridfan Ave. aerial radio opcr- ba& was ?Rt. Meyer Levin
Merid
bronze
ad-
LL Stanley Kolber, son of Mr. ator, has been awarded a br<
j Un Ahraham Kolber, 1244 oak leaf cluster in lieu of an _
onnn?vani Ave spent a week ditional air medal. The award is "!"n %J*f*^"8%' BrldKePrt.
P.enhnm let ween assignments, made for meritorious achieve- wh?r^,edr.1 "the Philippines.
*"L~H2", r.mn Davis, ment while nartrrlnatino in ..... *** First man from Connecticut to
be killed in the war was Ken-
neth H. Messenger of Bridgeport,
World War II was Mrs. Gertrude
Kram of New York whose son,
seaman Leonard Kram, was
killed in action at sea.
First American soldier brought
home for burial on American soil
formerly at Camp Davis, ment while participating in sus
v C but us now at Camp Stew- tained combat operational mis-
_. q3 sions of a hazardous nature dur-
"" _------- ing which enemy opposition is
Julius A. Fischer, jr.. 6815 Ab- met.
commissioned officers to com- pfc. Eugene D. Marks, son of was u s Marine Sergeant He.-
plete training in the first class. Mr and Mrs Morris Marks. 1 -52 bert Keilson of Long Island, who
at the Army Air forces Officer N. W 15th St. is home on a 10- was kMed in the raid on the
Candidate School of the ban An- day furlough from Camp Haan. Gilbert and Marshall islands,
tonio Aviation Cadet Center. Calif., where he is attached to First two deaths from Phila-
an anti-aircraft artillery unit. delphia were Private Jack Feld-
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Trau. 4574 --------- man an alumnus of AZA Bnal
Nautilus Drive, Miami Beacn s/Sgt. Norman S. Harris. 25. B'rith youth organization, and
received word this week of the of Flushing, N. Y., an infantry- Corp. Thedore J. Lewis, both of
promotion ol their son, tavia. man trying m Italy, was killed who mgave up their lives at
U, to a captaincy. Captain Trau in action Pearl Harbor.
is stationed at Camp Hood, lex --------- First alumnus of city College
Pvt. Sidney I. HeUtein. 34 killed in the war was Lt. Monroe
[ Mt. Freedom
ticipated in the Sicilian invasion,
C. upon graduating from the
City College of New York. He
specialized in military science. Pfc. Myer Hesselberg. of Finl-
and was an instructor in artil- adelphia, a paratrooper, lost his
lerv with the infantry division life during the attack on Sal-
to which he is attached, at Fort erno.
Benning, Ga., prior to his going ;---------
to Texas. Lt. David Lachterman. 25, of
A f> C U I T HC T "
L2J- LI NCOIMAO A.D
mm ?s-i^:y
LICt'fll I" K-OMO* fo* 2 YIS
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
LUGGAGE SHOP
PHONE 3-2603
LEGAL NOTICES
SStle raVof of Mt! SSL. N. XThT pS fZS^Jn, York* wtodiS I ff"ft ffi
9^S^PS^ EMM**?rS:aninvasi(
Notice Is hereby Riven that the un-
deraigned. desiring t<> engage in busi-
lien under the fictitious name of
MIAMI MONUMENT CO., NOT
INC., at 3-'7!t B. W. 8th St.. Miami.
Florida, intend to register ald name
loe of the Clerk of thf
ppines. Circuit Court of Dad* County. Flor
First American soldier to land ''' PALMER
on Australian soil with the Am- ^ p, BERGERON
erican Expeditionary Force was j 6/9-16-zl-no 7/7
Private Ernest Yurman of Brook-
lyn.
First American soldier to die
on the Australian front was Lt.
Milton Kaslow of Brooklyn.
First boy from Newark, N. J.. to
the Bronx, lost his life in a bomb- iose his hfv in tne war was Pri-
Major Martin L. Low. 24. of ing action over France, after par- vate Louis Schleifer who was
Cincinnati, (J., with more than ticipating in seven missions. killed at Pearl Harbor.
100 combal missions in the First casualty from Hudson
Southwest Pacific to his credit, TSgt. Fred Polcover, 24. of County, N. J., was Private Jos-
is the holder of the Distinguished Brooklyn, an Army Air Corps epn Gu'ttm'an." Union City. N. J.,
Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and gunner in service three years, lost wno was killed in the early fight-
Oak Leaf Cluster. his life during a raid over Wil- jng jn tne Philippines.
,-.i- --------- helmshavcn, Germany. First man from New Bruns-
Lt. William Kaufman, of Cleve- --------- wick, N. J.. to die in the war was
land, graduate of a military aca- Pvt. Sidney Robbins. 21. of Corp. Carl Schwartz, killed in
demy and of the University of New York City, was killed in ac- tne Philippines.
North Carolina, has been killed tion in Tunisia, and has been pjrst war casualty from Haz-
in action in the North African posthumously awarded the Pur- ]con> pa-i was Sgt. Harry Cohn,
area______________________pic Heart.____________________^ jdumnus of AZA. B'nai B'rith
Fill Ou. This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army guJJ aPSSSSSJTpiffi"*
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring m engage
in business under th- fictitious name
..f HOTEL DETROIT Intends i"
register the said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dad<
County, Kloiida.
MAURICE L.EFTOE
BAMl'EL. COHEN
MYERS A- IIKIMAX
Attorneys for Pftitioners
6/2S-80 7/T-H-ll
Name
Home Address................_.
..Serial No.
Birth Date
Street
_ Birthplace.
City
State
Civilian Occupation_______
Date Entry
In Service..........__________
Branch of Service_____________
full name of nearest kin______
Relationship......._____ Address .
Information Transmitted by___
Telephone number____________
City State
Marital Status----------
Date
Discharged---------
Rank or Rating.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN. SC.
Executive Committee
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman,
Maunice Grossman, Louis Helmsn,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alex-
ander F. MiJer, at Roth, Fred
Shochet, Milton Sirkln, Joaeph
Stein, Mn. Herman Wallach, Cart
Weinkle. Geonoe Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
Noting Thii Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Through
the Co-Operation of
ABESS & COSTAR
First National Bank Bldg.
CARL'S MARKETS
Mieni Miami Beach
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
FDCZIT SYSTEM
1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue
HA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO.
2 N. E. 2tth Street
GREEN BROS.
55 N. E. 24th Street
HUB DRY GOODS
129 N. Miami Avenue
JACK C. JAYSON
DONALD LAVIGNEUNIFORMS
114 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
MIAMI MILL WORK &
LUMBER CO.
535 N. W. 11th Street
MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, Inc.
1701 N. W. 7th Avenue
STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO.
149 N. E. 10th Street
JOSEPH R. STEIN
Miami Florida
WEST FLAGLHl KENNEL CLUB
West Flagler Street at 87th Are,
WOMETCO THEATRES
Mitchell Woifson Sidney Merer
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring ( engage i"
business under th#- fictitious name "f
KINQ8 SHOE REBUIIJ>ER. &
iM.KANKlts. 167!' Alton Road, Miami
Ileach, Florida, Intends to register
s.i i.i name in the offirr of tli.' Cl.-ik
of tho Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JOSEPH M STONE,
Soli*- < iwner
MARTIN OBNET
Attorney for Applicant
6/23-30 7/7-14-21
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17457Acts of IMS
File A 8091
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
Milton 11. David, Sr., holder of Bls-
cayne Drainage District Tax Certif-
icate No. :it issued the 1st da\ of
June, A. I>. 1942, has filed same in
my office, and has made application
for a tax deed to he Issued thereon.
Said Certificate embraces the follow-
ing described property In the CoutUy
of Dade, State of Florida, to-\vlt:
NE| of sai. iiw less Plat
Book 40, Page SO, Section L'L'.
Township M South. Range 41
Kast. containing 2 Acres more
or less. In the County of Dade.
State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the wild certificate was in the
name of: H. D. Fountain.
rules* said certificate shall be w -
deemed according to law. the proper-
ty described therein will he sold to
the highest bidder at the Court
Mouse door on the first Monday In
the month of August. 1944. which Is
the 7th day of August, 1944.
l>nted this 21st day of June. 1944.
E. B. IJCATHKRMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade
County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)___
By N C. STKRRKTT. D. C.
6'23-307/7-U
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
PESTERED BY PESTS?
Phone 5-4353
APEX
PEST CONTROL SERVICE
824 First St., Miami Beach
16 Years in General
Exterminating Experience
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
CL.KAN WORK DONE BT
BEST MECHANICS
F'RFTB FJSTIMATICS
NO JOB TOO UARGE OR
TOO SMALA,
J. D. Oir.BRFJATH PAINT
CONTRACTOR
PH. 3-0070: If no answer. 2-S105
.SIGHTSEEING.
AT ITS BEST
Now see tho.e waterfront homes
and estates on the residentisl
island, of Miami. Miami Beach
from the double deck boat. See
the difference!
DIESEL POWERED YACHT
SEVEN
Daily 1:30 P. M.
Phone 2-1825
Pier 5}, Bayfront
SEAS
Fare tl-00
Part
DRINK
mm
W VITAMIN
DRINK^
Made From Fresh Oranges
DRINK PLENTY OF
CT^ripiire
^ Water
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME
S-GALIOK BOTTlE .....SOc
CASE OF SIX x
TABLE BOTTLES.......75c
Plui Botllf 0eposit>
PHONE 2-4128
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MEMORIAL CHAPEL
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
1236 Washington Kit.Miami Beach
In New York 76th SI. a Amsttidam Ave
5-7777
RIVERSIDE
AMBULANCE
SERVICE
1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE
1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT
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Specializing in Th BtN#w Orleans Cooking
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Overlooking the Blue Waters of the Atlantic
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Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundays From Noon
Cocktail Lounge.....Fine Liquors and Wines
WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS
TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. OR
BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH



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>k*isl Ik'idikM

'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an:
nounced by the Greater Miami
area are as follows.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Guest Columnist
This summer promises to be a
very interesting and enjoyable
one for the members of Sholem
Lodge. Ordinarily, the Lodges
throughout the country either
call off meetings or operate on
a reduced schedule. However.
Sholem Lodge will continue
more strongly than ever.
In addition to the usual busi-
ness meetings, many social af-
fairs are being planned and even
the business meetings will pre-
sent opportunities for our mem-
bers to enjoy themselves social-
ly. For instance, on Tuesday
evening, June 27th, at 8:30 at
the Miami Beach YMHA. the
Lodge will hold its June business
meeting. The meeting will con-
sist solely of reports from the
delegates who attended District
No. 5 Grand Lodge Convention
held last week iln Atlanta. Ga.
Most of the reports will deal
with the humorous side of the
Convention including the carry-
ings on of our members, and
believe me. some funny things
happened. There will be a few
serious reports concerning war
service, and pertinent sugges-
tions will be presented as to
how the Lodge can best cooper-
ate with our boys in the service.
It is safe to say at this time that
although we are in the midst of
a bond drive and certainly de-
GORDON
FUNERAL HOME
710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI
TEL. 3-3431
Moderate Costs Always
Within the Means of
Individual Circumstances
"YOUH JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"

Worthy and Deserves
Your Full Support and
Recommendation

SERVING MIAMI BEACH
AND MIAMI

EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH
sire to go over the top. that
there are other items which we
have not touched upon and
which are perhaps even more es-
sential than bond sales, to-wit:
blood donations, ship service,
supplying equipment to rehabil-
itation centers in our area, etc.
This is the type of work where-
in every member of the Lodge
should be anxious to work be-
cause by your work you hasten
victory. Kindly call the B*nai
Bhth office, 3-6306. if you de-
sire to volunteer for any type of
war service work.
Following our report as afore-
said, a social hour is planned,
featuring refreshments of hot
dogs and drinks which will be
i served on the waterfront and
dancing in the "Y" building for
those who desire to do so. The
meeting should prove very en-
joyable, mentally and physic-
ally.
You have probably read in the
papers about the current B'nai
Bnth Bond Drive. We have set |
a quota of two million dollars
with which we will purchase
two submarine chasers. Although
I do not have any figures at
present on the amount of sales to
date. I know the total exceeds;
one-half a million dollars. Broth- .
er Larry Grossbeig has informed |
me that he has sold close to
$200,000 worth of bonds. The
Probus Club h;is pledged at
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave..
Miami.: PYlday evening services al
17:15 Saturda) morning at 7:30. He-
brew School dally t t" noon.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach: Friday evenlns services
at 7:30 o'clock; Saturday mornlns at
; :> Rabbi Motet Metchelofft theme
for discussion "ill I-' "Communal Di-
vision," and win discuss "Ethics "i
the Fathers iIuhhk ii' Bhalosh Wsu-
doa services si I IS Haturdaj evening.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Contervative.
1415 Euclid Ave. Kabalaa Bhabbos
Friday evening at 7:15; Saturday
mornlns services at 9 o'clock Ser-
vices at 10:10 a. in. Shaloah Beudos
services al 7 It p. nv to >> followed
bj evening prayers
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Re-
form. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami:
Regular services Friday evening al
8:15 to > conducted by a. wert-
heimer.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON.
GREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W.
17th Ave., Miami: Services are sched-
uled for Friday al 7:15 p. in. ami
Saturday at 9 a. in. ami 7:18 i>. in.
Dally services :it s 3u m and 7:11
p. in
22AiJUNE23.
Notes Of
Y. M. H. A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
24-HOUR
Ambulance Service
east an additional $100,000
which they are crediting to
B'nai Bnth, thanks to the ef-
forts of Brother Ed Lovitz. and
I know that a great deal of
work is being put in by Josic
Goldstrom, Dorothy Borenstein.
Martha Miller, Isidor Langner,
Alex Cohen. Sam B. Miller. Har-
ry Gerstein. and others. Brother
Lou Heiman, who is chairman, I
has been out of town and we!
know that upon his return the
drive will have increased vigor, j
With the cooperation of all the '
members of the Lodge and the
Auxiliary, there is every reason
to believe that the goal of two
million dollars will be easily
reached. Make your purchases
through the B'nai B'rith office
or the various banks, but be cer-
tain when you purchase them '
that the B'nai Bnth stamp is at- ,
j tached so that we will receive
credit for same.
I am looking forward to seeing
I you next Tuesday night at the '
Beach "Y."
SCHAAREI ZEDEK CONGREGA.
TION, Orthodox. 1546 S. W. 3rd Ave..
Miami: Friday evening services al
7 i Saturday combined senior and
.mum: services .it I a m Rabbi Si-
mon Apni't subject for discussion
will lir "The Portion of the Week."
siiniv -.f !>.- Rthlcs "f th.- Fathers to
lie followed by evening eervlca at
7:15. Hebrew School tiaily fioni i"
a in
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
tervative. 761 41tt St.. Miami Beach:
Services are scheduled for Friday
evenlns. al 7 IS; Saturday morning
set vices will >> held al 1 10
I WANT MY MILK
And Be Bun It s
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "V MQk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
200 N. W. 82nd Street
Listed With Lyons
Long Established
Well Known
HOTEL
25 Sleeping Rooms
Dining Room Seats SO
TERMS
MARY A. LYONS
627 Seybold Bldg.
PHONE 3-1493
DON'T LET MILDEW
RUIN YOUR PAINT JOB
MOLD-O-CIDE
(Non Poitonout)
Aids to remove and prevent Blue
Mold and Mildew
Sold by Leading Paint. Hardware
and Building Supply Dealert
(IIiIm column m aoiiiiuitwl by
Creater Miami Jewish Federation In
oooperatlon with The Jewish Klorid-
'lan ii- a community a*rvice. To inform
the community of your organisation's
activities and to avoid conflicts In
dates, phone 3-5111 and ask for
"Community Calendar." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
Monday, June 26th
Jewish Study Group. :,(:.- :4 to 18.
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
Ian education in cooperation uith
the Town "T," 1547 S. \V ith St
..3ii p. m to 5 p, m.
Tuesday. June 27th
B'nai Hrlth. IWach Y, 1:18 i., m
Wednesday, June 28th
JrwNh Kong Leader Group spun-
m red by th.- Bureau of Jewish
Kilucatlon. k p, m.: Workmen's
1 ii Is Branch No. 6s:\ executive
. mmtttee meeting, s.so p. in.
Thursday, June 29th
Bureau of Jewish Education's
board dire tors meetini;. Beach
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Monday, July 3rd
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Y Dane*
The 13th annual dance of the
Miami Y was held last Tuesday
evening at the Coral Gables
Country Club. The affair was
well attended and a good time
was had by all. Cy Washburn
and his Country Club Orchestra
furnished the music and enter-
tainment for the occasion. Much
credit is due the members of the
committee who were in charge
of this dance, and who worked
so diligently with Larry Gross-
berg, chairman.
Home Camp
Over eigthy children are reg-
istered in the Y home camp,
which commenced June 12th.
Many of the registrants are non-
Jews, and the Y has created a
lot of good will among peoples
of other religious faiths for this
line project.
Bigger and Better Y
The fine work of the Y
brought home to me again by
the Home Campdeserves great-
er recognition and support of the
Jewish citizenry of this com-
munity. There are many, many
outstanding Jewish men and
women in this community who
are sadly neglecting their duty
as residents here by failing to
interest themselves in the pro-
gress and growth of their own
YM & YWHA. If they would
only "take stock" and com-
mence to realize the good the
Y is and has been doing and
the much greater good the Y
could do here if properly sup-
ported, they would no doubt take
an active part in its activities
immediately. Everyone seems
to feel that it is up to the next
fellow and not up to him. or that
I am addressing my remarks to
others and not to him, but that is
not so. It is up to youeach of
youand I am addressing my
remarks to you and not to any-
one else.
While speaking about the pro-
gress of the Y, I am reminded
that the Communitv 7^
Planning Committee whJEMfcr
organized a long, lone ,i*h Was
has not reported to date i ft
t is the duty of this Li H
o report soon or to re&ft
it be relieved of itisSLtt*
repeat, now is The tint1 ft. l
to commence plans ff a**?
munity center to be mA
and .MMperinumditTS
bent upon each or us to JSS
fWfer ,S Ybr,as,' ~"
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no difference to me what t2
fc ."lied just so long s,
have the vitally necessary"ss2
firs?Iff *5*S
rv ..Jewish citizenry 7f
?rrneafer,Mlami have the^cd
ern facilities enjoyed by nun.
other Jewish communing in the
Scam" r^Ch M W-naliS
steam rooms, meeting romni
proper auditoriums for the p
entation of cultural and social
programs, and the like' Let,
awaken and put forth some ef-
fort to have all of those things
When I was in college, 1 was told
time after time by my eiders
I within my fraternity, "You get
! only out of a fraternity, what
you put into it." I've found that
| to be true, not only in college
' fraternity work, but in just
about every type of undertak-
ing. So you see, the more ef-
fort we put into this project the
greater the benefits will be
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PAGE SIX Jenistnxjdtori raPAYjffi, menca tteiifrf He's doing his part s i Y W mv$t do our port! For him the terrifying grsnd cHmaz of the war it at hand. The supreme military riskbound to be bloody, costly, in American lives. Our boys know this. They don't have to read the heart-rending headlines or casualty lists to know what is expected of them. They are in it. But they are not flinching ... not holding back. They will see the grim venture through to the bitter, victorious end. And if, for your boy, or some boy you know, the price of Victory is death, you can be absolutely certain that he made the supreme sacrifice courageously ... for the cause of Freedom. For us, too, the terrifying grand climax of the war is at hand. This supreme, desperate call for American dollars — 16 bill ions oi them — is to enable our fighting men to carry through the grim, bloody assault to a successful conclusion and Victory. Not just American dollars-but the dollars in your pocket-in your savings account. You musf buy War Bonds-now! At least twice as much as you bought last time. If you are already buying Bonds on a payroll savings plan, buy EXTRA Bonds during this Drive. Your Government is counting on you. Your boy, and your neighbor's boy, are counting on you ... just as you are counting on them in this fateful hour. Citizens of Miami Beach Will Do Their PartThe Fifth War Loan Drive is now under way. Miami Beach, with only 8 per cent of 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 perform its patriotic duty and maintain our reputation as a city all-out for victory. Mail and telephone orders for bonds credited to any organization, will be handled personally by R. R. Adler. Phone 5-6371. Headquarters Y. M.SW.R A.. 1 Lincoln Road. 5th War Loan Drive Is Now Going Buy Double the Extra Bonds You Bought Last Time THIS VITAL TO VICTORY MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING PATRIOTIC CITIZENS AND FIRMS Biscayne Laundry Checker Cab George Kaplan Kings Cleaner & Shoe Rebuilders Jacqueline Alton Photo Service Irvington Shirt Corp. Arnold's George I. Bertman Charlie's Inn Auerbach Paint Co. Harry Sirkin Shoreham Norman Hotel Hotel Pharmacy Newman Arnold Photography Nat H. Hankoff London Luggage Miami Beach Board of Realtors Mrs. Martha Susskind Chester W. Krone Mr. Morris Margolis B. E. Bronston S. A. Goodman Paris Shop Mrs. Louis N. Pokress Mammy's. Inc. Lora Pack Worth. Inc. S. J. Halperin Miles Treasure House Neron Hotel 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 Enfield's Comera Shop Allan Abess The Ellis Store Pure Drinx. Inc. Rubinstein's Harry Zukemick W. I. Feuer. Realtor Joseph Daoud's Sons Simco Shoes 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. Optometrist Headquarters: Y. M. & W. H. A. t 1 Lincoln Road Telephone 5-6371



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^ AY JU£23^ +Jewlsti Fkriinr PAGE FIVE •" 1 Your Answer Must Be — I BOUGHT BONDS! SUPPORT THE 5TH WAR LOAN EFEORT AND SPUR THE INVASION B'NAI B'RITH SPONSORS TWO FIGHTING SHIPS ONE SUBMARINE CHASER costing $1,000,000 made possible by War Bond purchases of the citizens of Miami Beach—and ONE SUBMARINE CHASER costing $1,000,000 made possible by War Bond purchases of the citizens of Miami. „ THIS MEANS CASH—NOT BOND VALUE! Campaign runs from June 1. 1944 to August 1, 1944. All War Bond purchases to individuals count during Fifth War Loan Drive (June 12th to July 8th), inclding Treasury Bonds of any series. HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS 76 N. W. 14th Street LUBY CHEVROLET CO.. 1055 W. Flagler Street SIMCO SHOES FOR MEN 1317 Washington Avenue STEVENS MARKET 2201 N. W. 62nd Street AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S. W. 8th Street HALPERrs CREDIT JEWELERS U0 H. E. 2nd Artnu. MIAMI IRON


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PAGE FOUR *Jewist> thrklktri i The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices. 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 WW1 FOR I.J. CONFERENCE -TIDBITS FROM EVER] 255^lJUNE^ fMudtfy MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1944 TAMMUZ 2, 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 25 JEWS AND THE PEACE Sir William Beveridge, the famous author of the social security plan, speaking in England, said that the war will have been fought in vain if the Jewish question is not given a solution. Intelligent people of all creeds must agree that the Jewish problem certainly cannot be ignored any more than the Polish, or Czech, or any other issues of the war—and even perhaps agree with Sir Beveridge that it is the question which can be least ignored. And yet, judging by surface indications, one might well be disturbed and question whether the world has learned anything in this respect. The continued vitality of the anti-Semitic movements, such as is exhibited recently in the Polish army and even in America, may lead one to wonder whether the world has learned anything. Yet deeper consideration may lead us to take a more hopeful view. The very persistence of racial hatred, particularly at a time when the German racial arrogance has provoked a world war, may help in making the gentlemen who will sit at the peace table deal actively with that question in all its phases. Noise is an unpleasant thing, but sometimes, it is like a pain which forces us to correct our way of life. The very fact that Sir William Beveridge makes so radical a statement about the importance of the Jewish question is itself encouraging. -By PHINEAS I. BIRONFace Facts By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League A German Jewish refugee landed in England in 1933. In 1939 he joined the English army, saw service in many areas of the world he had only read about and was successively promoted until now he ranks as captain. Last week, the fortunes and vaes of war being what they are. he wandered into the ADL office. I cannot tell you his name for security reasons. The captain had some dramatic tales to tell. Most interesting to your director was his description of Tel-A-Viv—-A wonder city—much like Miami." Every tune a British soldier or sailor in the Near East gets a furlough he heads for this magic city. He finds the people most hospitable and anxious to be of service to the men in uniform In contrast to the Arab and J.rcncn merchants, the soldier nnds the Jewish merchant fair honest and one-priced. This last is unusual in the Near East as 11 IS J? Arab cus tom to quote &f K f U| B? ,t p f ice the y believe the traffic will bear and then I haggle until the article is sold. The Jews in Palestine bv then dignity and circumspect behavior have done a tremendous amount to build good will among the members of His Majesty's armed forces. Anti-Semitism in England, the captain believes, is somewhat on the decline. Although, he warned, it could be whipped up easI ily if political opportunities so chose to do. The captain cited the splendid war service record of the English Jewish community and particularly Great Britain's B'nai B'rith Lodges as being responsible in no small degree tor the comradeship which got s hand in hand with better interfaith relations, BLOOD DONOR'S COUNCIL HAS IMPORTANT MEETING At the initial meeting of the board of directors of the recently organized Blood Donor's council Thursday at the Seven Seas restaurant, plans for the establishment of a monthly newspapt i "The Needle." were discussed! The opening of a contest for designing of a blood donor's pin to be given after three donations is also being planned. Among members present were Jack Cleary, director of the Blood Bank of Dade County; Jack Roberts, council chairman; Rudy Adler director, and Dr. Samuel Swift, chairman of the council's Miami Beach office. Spend Your Summer Vacation In the Blue Ridge Mountcdna 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 Motel Operator of Miami Beach, Fla. SOMETHING NEW B ACONIZED RECAPPI NG RESlOHtS NLW TIKE APPEARANCE n„ *•„ 3S2! Carefully Inspected By Factory-Trained Tire-Builder-^. S Holder 24 HC 22^SS CE BY APPOINTME^"" PHONES fc576$=iQQ58 WALDBON TIRE CO WESTFLAOLER AT 27TH AVENUE The administrative committee appointed by the interim committee of the American Jewish Conference is now preoccupied with arrangements for the holding of the second session of the American Jewish Conference, scheduled to open in Chicago on September 2nd. Meeting every week, the administrative committee is planning the second session and considering Problems arising in connection with From the replies to the notice of convocation of the second B) Bsion. sent to the delegates two weeks ago. it is evident that an overwhelming majority of the delegate.-, intend to be present in Chicago. Only in a few cases will there be need lor appointing alternates. The technical arrangements in Chicago are proceeding satisfactorily. In order to facilitate the submission of the views of the delegates to the conference, it is proposed that in advance of the opening of the conference up to July 31st, the administrative committee shall serve as the 1 committee for preparation of resolutions to come before the conference. The administrative committee Will also consider all : recommended resolutions of the I commissions on rescue, post-war I and Palestine. The administrative committee i of the American Jewish Conferi ence is arranging a series of j delegates' meetings throughout the country for the purpose of clarifying the issues before the second session of the conference, scheduled to be held in Chicago September 2-5. The object of these pre-conference gatherings of delegates is to clear away misconceptions that have arisen concerning the conference, report on the record of achievement up to date, near the views of the delegates and discuss problems and issues confronting the second session. The administrative committee suggested that delegates elect their own officers and fix their own agenda. COMMUNITY CHEST IS OPERATING AS A UNIT Dade County Community War t, reorganized this week. consolidates 22 local welfare agencies supported by the Community Chest and 14 war relief agencies of Allied nations supported by the War chest under one charter and one board of directors. This eliminates effort and expense. The Community chest was enlarged into the War chest to include war relief as well as local agencies in 1943. In 1944. $622Uo6 was raised, with the Community chest receiving $304,000 of this sum. Temporary officers of the new organization are James I. Keller, jr., president; Fred Borton. Luther Chandler, John E. Shuey, vice presidents; A. E. Fuller, treasurer; H. F. Cordes. secretary, and Ralph A. Tracy, executive secretary. Elected to the board of directors were Gordon Anderson. Cordes, Byron Freeland. Fuller. H. H. Hyman. Dr. Glenn C. James, Keller, Kenneth S. Keyes. Mrs. Hugh Matheson, Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, Stanley C. Myers. Dr. I. T. Pearson, Mrs. Hollis Rinehart, jr., Shuey, and H. Sayre Wheeler. The nominating committee includes Sam McCormick. Mrs Edwin J. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. T V Moore, and Rosc oe Brunstetter! SWMJSP" SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED BEACH YOUTH Lewis Shenker. Miami Beach has been awarded one of the SirTv 0 V., MS !T ,delbaUm scholarships ?L^\ Umvers "y of Michigan where he is a sophomore in the SP?f2 of literature, science and .££l Thes ?, sch larsh,ps are awarded annually to students on & Z fjU**** ch "cBRTTH MILAH SUNDAY „•; e ds an d relatives are inv ted to attend the Bru Milan nlrH^r f Mr and Mrs Be? nf a d „ ^ >lornor '. which will take Place Sunday, June 25th at 10 WE BETCHA We may be wrong, but we're willing to waqer TV the September session of the American Jewish (V i at scheduled for Chicago, will not be held That bef /"*' heated debate concerning partition of Eretz Israel arm ^ up in Zionist circles That a well-known Hollywood 7^ will be involved in a controversy with the Yiddish n ^ Ure That if a certain organization succeeds in buyinq oWVi' Yiddish papers it will convert that publication into on F i-, Jewish daily That at the Zionist convention Dr IsLl r u stein will be re-elected to the presidency of the ZOA TT! an internal issue will threaten to rip the Poale Zion o %  tion asunder That the Jewish section of the InJZSS^ Workers' Order will change its name to the Jewish PeoT' Order That if the whole story of recent anti-Jewish oSSll in the Boston area were told publicly, American demoaS would blush "*.iacy THIS AND THAT We're all for William Gellermann's expose of Conores., man Martin Dies However, we are a little puzzled bv tk tendency, in certqin quarters, to stress that the author i, Methodist Could it be that if Gellermann's German nl! were taken for a "Jewish name"—which, we hasten to nZ out, it isn t—the effectiveness of his book might be diminish*?' There'll be no rationing of rabbis Baltimore's Ner Israel Rabbinical College, now in its eleventh year of activity oradu ated eleven students at exercises held last weekend Six f the newly ordained rabbis already have pulpits That im pressive Jacob Epstein bust of the late Zionist leader Dr Shma ryahu Levin which graces the library of the Horzliah Hebrew Academy is the gift of Morris Eisemann, president of the Metro pohtan News Company and a great admirer of Dr. Levin The Benjamin Warner after whom a Liberty Ship is beino named is the late father of Hollywood's Warner Brothers BOOKS AND AUTHORS Albert E. Kahn, co-author of "Sabotage," will make the headlines on July 5th, especially in the Jewish press Don't miss Marie Syrkin's article on Jim Crowism in the schools in the current issue of Common Ground It's a chapter from a forthcoming book by the daughter of the late Poale Zionist leader Nahum Syrkin Have we told you that Etta Shiber's recent best-seller, "Paris Underground," is being readied for the screen? "There's No Place Like Washington" is the title of a forthcoming book by Vera Bloom, daughter of Congressman Sol Bloorn Vera, who has spent most of her life in the Capital with her father, has had plenty of opportunity to observe Washington life from the inside Maurice Samuel's latest book "Harvest in the Desert," has just been published, but has already sold twenty thousand copies You'll like it ... In it there's an anecdote so warmly human that we can't resist telling it to you It seems that the late philosopher Ahad Ha'am, while strolling with the Hebrew poet Bialik, was lamenting that Hebrew was not really alive in Palestine ... A little boy who happened to be passing by stopped to look at them, and Ahad Ha am suddenly reached out and tweaked the youngster's ear The boy let out a yell of pain, ran across the street, turned around and, furiously, squealed: "Hamor zaken"—which is good Hebrew for "old donkey" Whereupon the aged philosopher beamed and, turned to Bialik, said: "Now that's what we need!" ABOUT PEOPLE Violin virtuoso Jascha Heifetz, who's doing his fiddling overseas nowadays, likes to spend his spare time with the GI s instead of hobnobbing with their officers And reports are that the boys love the serious music he's bringing them ... When you see the Army movie about Germany (in the "Know Your Enemy" series) and wonder which actor was picked to play the part of Prof. Albert Einstein, remember that we told Y u at the role is being filled by Prof. Einstein himself... The Clifford (playwright) Odets menage is preparing to add a nursery, as is the CharUe Chaplain household Best wishes for a speedy recovery to former representative Florence P. Kahn of California Barney Ross, the former boxing champion and, more recently. Marine Hero, is hoping that John Garfield will play him in the projected film on his (Barney's) career... TRUE STORY ... Winchell reports that Supreme Court Justice Aaron J. Levy recently heard the plea of a man who asked for permission to change his name, which, he said, had been "a source of great embarrassment" to him "And what is your name?" asked the Justice "Levy." the man told him "Rarely in the life ot any jurist," was the caustic retort, "comes there a motion wmen he can grant with such pleasure." Ask Your Local Delicatessen Pot the Best It Cesta No OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Pa S t taw c*rntf SMT PkklM, CMkM mt*4 SnwlMrf MMta tTtfc and N.rm.i Av. ChlMM ADELINE UTTMAN AND JENNIE SEIDEN Announce their Opening for the Seventh Season of the DUNCRAGGAN INN Third Arenue West — On Top of a Mountain HORSE BACK RIDING. SWIMMING. GOLFING, TENNIS EARLY RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED



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ihdbwislhJElliDipidliiQun THE JEWISH UNITY! cvn& THE JEWIS H WEE MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at its first meeting Site newly electorate held last Wednesday evening, chose the Swe committee, which will SSS the activities of the organabon lor the ensuing year. Those elected were: Sam Blank, SSeSeliK. Mrs. Max Dobnn. Dr Frank Coret. Jacob Sher, Carl Weinkle, Max Orovitz Joseph Stem, Matilda Ratner. £ Levin, David PUUte Leonard Abess, Fred K, Shoche Leo Aekerman, Rudy R. Adier, Mrs. Benjamin Bronston, Benjamin Bronston. George Chertkoi, George Goldberg. Louis Heiman M. J. Kopelowitz, J. Gerald Lewis, Joseph Lipton, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Stanley C. Myers, Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal. Herbert Scher, Mrs. Monte Selig, William Singer, and Harry Zukernick. The meeting, presided over by Monte Selig, newly elected president, in which capacity he also serves as chairman of the board, announced the appointment of chairmen of standing committees, including Jake Sher. campaign planning; Isaac Levin, nominating; Fred K. Shochet, publicity; Leonard Abess. rating; Dave Phillips, year round fund raising, and Jake Sher, collections. The budget committee selected is Harry Boyell, Albert Kahn. Edward Lovitz, Benjamin Meyers. Mrs. Stanley C Myers. Max Orovitz. Dr. Albert E. Rosenthai. Morton Russack, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Ben Silver. William Singer, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Ex-officio members of this committee are Stanley Myers, honorary president; Monte Selig, president, and Joseph Rose, executive secretary. Dr. Frank Coret, chairman of the nominating committee, presented the recommendations to the directors. Joseph Rose, newly elected ex BOND SALES AT BEACH TOTAL OVER $3,000,000 Miami Beach bond sales in the Fifth War Loan drive totalled $3,700,000 for the first three days of the campaign, it was announced. The tally was provided by S. T. Sapiro, head of the Miami Beach division, Dade county war finance committee. It represents about a third of the pre1TL0N HOSE TO BE AUCTION FEATURE IT BOND BOOTH MARK MAX NAMED AS DEPUTY RATION HEAD Mark Max, OPA price officer, was appointed deputy state administrator to Chauncey W. Butler Monday morning. It was understood that Max | would assume full charge of the operation and would aid in su-1 pervising reorganization of the ration board. He said he would resents about a third of the preTwentv-four oairs of nerfeet agree to serve no longer than drive pledge of $10,741,000 made f ir st erade Nvlon hose will 2? three weeks as a deputy to the by Miami Beach collectively. Sf SSL *3ELST JTwJSl I state directoi collectively. "A pledge doesn't mean the money has been paid out and the bond delivered," he added. "We've got to keep plugging away. The last million wil be the toughest to get." ursi grade, rxyion nose win De """ ,. -. ~rr-*-'. *?,"£" the feature attraction at B'nai I ftatc director. Mr. Max is high B'rith's Bond Booth on Flagler i & popular in OPA and throughStreet. Friday at 12 noon. The', GUt the country. He was the Bond Booth is located in front | f"" st local chief of the ration of Steven's Dress Shop, 45 East I bowd. and has been, and is. Flagler Street, and will be P nce officer transferred to a large truck for the special occasion. The unobtainable hose, made possible Butler announced Monday he would lay certain facts concerning the probe of the Dade CounAnnouncement was madei this Auctioneering of the hose and week by officials of the Miami W£ tn ifts u items goin( to Jewish Orthodox Congregation L L : S L...'U;JJ., through the generosity of the I Jy War Price and Rationing Steven's Dress Shop, were obl board before OPA s enforcement tained for this occasion by them | attorne ys this week. from their New York merchandising office. A special program is being arranged for that hour, featuring the U. S. 22-piece Navy Band, and professional entertainment to be presented, with Lee Mason as master of ceremonies.. Dick Crenshaw will assist with the of the acceptance of the resignation of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader for the past year and a half. Rabbi Rackovsky served the congregation as rabbi and cantor, accepting the pulpit with the Miami synagogue after serving on Miami Beach in a like capacity. Before coming to Miami. Rabbi Rackovsky was rabbi at the Congregation Poiley Zedek for several years, the largest orthodox congregation in Syracuse, N. Y. He served as president of the Mizrachi organization of that city and was vice-president of the Regional Mizrachi of upstate New York. Rabbi Rackovsky achieved considerable prominence as a cantor, being Known as Yerushalmy. He studied voice at the Institute of Musical Art in New York City as well as receiving private instruction. Rabbi Rackovsky is a member of the Agudath Rabonim. the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the the highest bidders of bond purchases. Nat Roth is special events chairman of Sholem Lodge. B'nai RELIEF WORK FOR JEWS OF POLAND TO BE CONTINUED apehairman of Sholem Lodge, nai d t be p rospects tnis week B'rith, under whose auspices the v resumption of relief bond selling activity is being ti „ ifiM /__ PW i sh and Polish selling activity is being staged in order to stimulate bond selling, and make possible the sponsorship of two submarine activities for Jewish and Polish refugees from Poland now in Russia, suspended since the sevsponsorship of two submarine erance of R USS o-Polish diplosub-chasers by the organization. malic relations in 1943 Louis Heiman is general chair| y his reixiTn to London afman of the drive, of which Fna State visit t0 the Unite d day's event is one of a series, the states p r i me Minister Stanisnext taking place Tuesday noon j ^ Mikolajczyk of the Polish in front of the First Federal „„ ;i „ „ n „ ornm n t irf that he uuacpii nu.se, newiy eieciea ex*JI %  *••• — —ecutive director, addressed the I United States and Canada, ana gathering, and a discussion on future policy of the Federation as to trust funds and capital fund raising ensued. REVISION" OF JEWISH TRIALS IS DEMANDED Washington (JTA) — Q uoting Hungarian newspapers, the Of" of War Information this '* reported that "sweeping anti-Jewish measures, recently termed by the U. S. Senate Forvl*fi. ^"tions Committee as roiQ-blooded murder,' continue m Hungary.' The report said that the Hungarian newspaper Magyqarsag l^mands an "official revision" "all trials since 1914 in which Plaintiff, his lawyer, the injured p ar ty or p r i nci p a i w j t K ? we Jew 'sh. These cases would be entrusted to the peoples courts which shall have the | wt to fix damages without p*pera PP eal "Thus." the of oft "fied. ouL^V'^ 0 Peoples' feelings uC" d ed Just 'ce will be sat, RABBIS HOLD Savings. Two Million Dollars in cash sales is the goal set as necessary to accomplish the sponsorship, and the organization, with the co-operation of the Ladies' Auxiliary, is making every effort to reach, and better, this goal. The drive started June 1st, and will last through July, with all types of bond sales credited to the organization during the actual Fifth War Loan Drive period ending July 8th. The remainder of the time, Series E, F and G will be credited. Tuesday's special event will feature, in addition to a military band, an all star juvenile entertainment program, featuring B'nai B'rith Youth Day Miami's "Woman of the Day, Was Mrs. Max Orovitz, 1867 S. W 11th Terrace. The title was ater that evening. The OF AMERICA TO ANNUAL MEET Lmeri, Rabblnical Assembly of Urvan, 3 ^presenting the Con* rva < ve Kal,l„nate in the UnitI iu f, r and Canada, will hold Ition ain U rth annual conven*aien D p Del awaxen, LackaJuifc ofiit' "P*, 1 ""* n Monday. "iroueh TK an T con tinuing on wiRh Thursday. Junp 2flth the June 2B,t" "Pining on Monday. 1 and rsda rris Center, Third will attend Jacksonville Fla kill" Bonds and Stamps to P'werve Democracy. ^*LX 0r S" D ~ MarKoiis of Silver *.!: sh Ce n ter, Third and is an executive member of the Rabbinic Council. He studied at the Rabbinical College Etz Chaim in Jerusalem and at the Yeshiva Rabbi Isaac Elchanan, in New York. His new pulpit has not as yet been announced. MAKING PLANS FOR CULTURA L PR OGRAM Miss Janet G. Weisman. national director of the Lecture and Concert Bureau of the National Jewish Welfare Board, accompanied by Matthew Penn. regional field supervisor for the southeastern area of the Jewish Welfare Board, were in Miami last week for a series of conferences with official! of loca; Ys, to make plans for the coming year's cultural program. A series of lectures and concerts are being arranged, and. as soon as dates are confirmed, formal announcement will be made. The contemplated program that will offer residents of this area the opportunity to hear outstanding artists in varied fields will be under the sponsorship of the Miami and Miami Beach Ys. NEW RED CROSS __ HOURS ANNOUNCED FOR WORKERS Dade County Chapter. American exile government said that he had gained the impression while in Washington that a working arrangement with regard to relief was possible. It was learned in this connection that the United States government some time ago discussed with Moscow the question of use of lend-lease materials allocated to the Polish government before relations between the Soviet and Polish governments were disrupted. Washington suggested that these supplies be used for relief of Polish citizens in Russia and that they be distributed under the supervision of Australian representatives, since Australia now represents Polish interests in Russia. The Soviet government, it is known, viewed Washington's suggestion favorably. IS NAMED TO HEAD M. J.FEDERATION The board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at its last meeting, announced the appointment of Joseph Rose as its new executive director. Mr. Rose will replace Benjamin B. Goldman, who is leaving Miami this week to become director of information and community service for the Joint Distribution Committee of New York. Prior to coming to the Federation in Miami, Mr. Rose was a lieutenant in the army of the United States, serving as a personnel consultant in a developmental battalion for soldiers who had suffered psycho neurotic break-downs while in service. Before his entrance in the army Mr. Rose was executive director of the Jewish Welfare Society and Jewish Community Council at Erie, Pennsylvania. While in Erie Mr. Rose was also campaign manager for the Jewish Welfare Fund of that city. After completing the course at the Graduate School for Jewish Social Work in New York. Mr. Rose was awarded a Commonwealth Fellowship in Psychiatric Social Work at the School of Applied Social Science of Western Seserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He has also taken further studies in Clinical Psychology and in Vocational Guidance at the graduate schools of Columbia and New York Universities. In addition to his community organization and fund raising experience. Mr. Rose has also worked with recreational organizations, family case work, refugee service, institutional care and problem of mental health. While in Erie he established a vocational guidance clinic to help high school and college students choose vocational careers on the basis of scientifically developed aptitude tests and interest inventories. He is a member of the American Association of Psychiatric Social Workers and was formerly president of the Erie Chapter of the American Association of Social Workers. W. lltn terrace. mc iw Mrs Orovitz was entertained Bern (JTA)—The confiscation at luncheon Tuesday and was al: of all property belonging to so feted at dinner and the theJews in the Italian city of Oenoa was announced over the Fascist Republican radio. The broadcast also announced that a 58-year-old Italian priest, Gianantonio Agosti, has been arrested by the Fascist authorities in Milan for "taking advantage of his religious office to help Jews." Father Agosti, who had served as professor at the Milan Cathedral for 27 years, is charged with providing Jews with "false identity documents.' The Fascist radio also claimed that "extensive correspondence with Jews was found in his possession" and that he gave shelter to Jews in a convent. AUXILIARY OF I. W. V. TO HAVE BOND RALLIES The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Freda Markowitz Post No. 174 will stage bond rallies over WIOD in front of the First National Bank each evening from 5 to 6 o'clock, at which time Ida LeVine, bond chairman, will entertain, and her committee will promote bond sales. The ladies will also tend a bond booth on Lincoln Road at Washington Ave. Miami Beach Friday, June 23rd, and ask their friends to see them there, or to call Minnie Kline, president, 2-1025, for pledges. The Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary is definitely on the way not only to making its quota of $106,000 for an evacuation Red Cross. From now on work ers will report at 9 a. m. and leave at 4:30 p. m. Red Cioss fome "service P and emergency service will continue as usual f^om 9 a. m. to 1 P. m with provision for real emergency DO tween 10 p. m. and 9 am —Buy War Bond* Today— as well as its quota a platoon of 48 men but w working hard towards doubling these quotas. Instrumental in he promotion of sales are Betty Levi Ida Levine. Pearl Raidman Ida Cohen. Betty Alpert, Hannah Bronstein. Pauline Verdon Pearl Azus, Jennie Levinson and Evelyn Clem. Memben of the Post are co-operating on this drive. EXPANSION PROGRAM AT M. U. GETS BIG DONATION PROMINENT REALTOR BURIED INJYEW YORK New York (J T A)—Funeral services were held this week for Benjamin Winter, president of the American Federation of Polish Jews, who died Friday night at his home here. He was 6-1 years old. Born in Lodz, Poland, Winter came to the United States in 1901 and became one of the best known realtors in New York. He was active in the American Jewish Congress, United Palestine Appeal, and in various fraternal and philanthropic Jewish organizations. Latest $10,000 cash donation to the University of Miami expansion fund program was made by M. M. Weiss, founder and president of Tooley-Myron studios, who described his gift as "an investment in the only kind of peace that can mean anything to the boys who must expend their youth and health to win it.' "I am convinced," said L. Bruno Weil, chairman of the drive, "that if we raise this first $1,000,000 here in Dade county, the University will be a $25,000,000 institution within 10 years." PRESS DEMANDS JEWS FORBIDDEN TO SMOKE Zurich (JTA)—A decree barring Jews in Hungary from smoking cigarettes and cigars— similar to restrictions in force in Germany and in the occupied countries—is demanded by the Hungarian press, the German radio reported this week. Budapest papers report that the mobilization of Jews in Hungary for "auxiliary military service" is being carried out with great speed. All Jews between 18 and 48 years of age must report for service. Exemptions are made only for disabled soldiers of the last war, for rabbis and yeshiva students and for Jews employed in essential war industries and in defense work. Doctors, engineers, pharmacists and veterinary surgeons are a ISO' being excused in various localities where they are needed. I I I


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1944 +Jewistincrktian PAGE SEVEN ^^ r __ — — ^-_^^ G ^ATER MIAMI J^*^,** 011 !" ""EM *? *"*? Miami '** deration Of The Jewish Welfare Board ^ HslP Us Keep R.cord of Our Man in Series SERVICE PARADE! gron Miami and active hands full and very S*Jf for himself, Captain ll,tle H? Hirsch Meyar. former tt D *£ city councilman. fin communal worker. J£tencea urcat interest in ffSSSSr and it. doings. ^irative of this interest was a ^ Ip...ved here this week ff ffSt the Gilbert 1.1** where he is stationed, deSng some of his activity with /army. He noted a special inJ*J"i„ Hillel work and its functions. ^ fjM, t"c son of D !iand MrS A F Friedman, and grandson i Mr and Mrs. Morris Dubler. Sent his furlouRh from a camp fVirginia with his family. The Graatar Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received from those in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian, the daily press and national publications. Sand 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. MORE FIRSTS First American flag planted in the city of Algiers at the start of the North African invasion was carried by Corp. Hyman I. Shakin of New York. First soldier from Delaware killed in war was Sgt. Harry Fineman of Wilmington. Del. who died in the defense of Corregidor. First war casualty among membership of the American Bar Association was Ensign Robert L. Leopold of Louisville, Ky., who died at Pearl Harbor. First Japanese battleship sunk in the war was the Haruna. sent to the bottom by plane piloted 1 ORNAMENTAL IRON REPAIRS Doors, Screens, Grill Work and Every Kind of Metal Work Repairs CALL G. M. Dykes Iron Works, Inc. 69 N. W. Third Street. Phones 2-3274—2-5960 LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED AND REPAIRED KEYS MADE Hargrove's Key Shop 241 W. FLAGLER ST. Ph. 3-5048 T/Sgt. Philip Kuperberg. 1229 \" y ? apt Colin Pi 1 / wh se m eridfan Ave. aerial radio opcrba & !" was ?Rt. Meyer Levin Merid bronze adLL Stanley Kolber, son of Mr. ator, has been awarded a br< J Un Ahraham Kolber, 1244 oak leaf cluster in lieu of an o n nn?vani Ave spent a week ditional air medal. The award is "!" n %J*f* ^"8%' Brld K e P r t. P en hnm let ween assignments, made for meritorious achievewh ? r ^ ,ed r 1 "the Philippines. *"L~H2", r.mn Davis, ment while nartrrlnatino in ..... *** C U I T HC T •" L2JLI NCOIMAO A.D mm ?s-i^:y LICt'fll I" K-OMO* fo* 2 YIS IT PAYS TO BUY AT LUGGAGE SHOP PHONE 3-2603 LEGAL NOTICES SStle raVof of Mt! SSL. N. XThT pS fZS^Jn, York* wtodiS I ff"ft ffi 9^S^PS^£ EMM**?rS: aninvasi( Notice Is hereby Riven that the underaigned. desiring t<> engage in busilien under the fictitious name of MIAMI MONUMENT CO., NOT INC., at 3-'7!t B. W. 8th St.. Miami. Florida, intend to register ald name loe of the Clerk of thf ppines. Circuit Court of Dad* County. Flor First American soldier to land ''' PALMER on Australian soil with the Am^ p, BERGERON erican Expeditionary Force was j 6/9-16-zl-no 7/7 Private Ernest Yurman of Brooklyn. First American soldier to die on the Australian front was Lt. Milton Kaslow of Brooklyn. First boy from Newark, N. J.. to the Bronx, lost his life in a bombi ose his h f v in tne war was PriMajor Martin L. Low. 24. of ing action over France, after parvate Louis Schleifer who was Cincinnati, (J., with more than ticipating in seven missions. killed at Pearl Harbor. 100 combal missions in the ——— First casualty from Hudson Southwest Pacific to his credit, TSgt. Fred Polcover, 24. of County, N. J., was Private Josis the holder of the Distinguished Brooklyn, an Army Air Corps epn Gu'ttm'an." Union City. N. J., Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and gunner in service three years, lost wno was killed in the early fightOak Leaf Cluster. his life during a raid over Wilj n g j n tne Philippines. ,„-.ihelmshavcn, Germany. First man from New BrunsLt. William Kaufman, of Clevewick, N. J.. to die in the war was land, graduate of a military acaPvt. Sidney Robbins. 21. of Corp. Carl Schwartz, killed in demy and of the University of New York City, was killed in actne Philippines. North Carolina, has been killed tion in Tunisia, and has been pj rst war casualty from Hazin action in the North African posthumously awarded the Pur] con> p a-i was Sgt. Harry Cohn, area p ic Hea rt. ^ jdumnus of AZA. B'nai B'rith Fill Ou. This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army g u JJ aPSSSSSJTpiffi"* Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring m engage in business under thfictitious name ..f HOTEL DETROIT Intends i" register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dad< County, Kloiida. MAURICE L.EFTOE BAMl'EL. COHEN MYERS AIIKIMAX Attorneys for Pftitioners 6/2S-80 7/T-H-ll Name Home Address _. ..Serial No. Birth Date Street Birthplace. City State Civilian Occupation Date Entry In Service Branch of Service full name of nearest kin Relationship Address Information Transmitted by Telephone number City State Marital Status Date Discharged —Rank or Rating. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN. SC. Executive Committee Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman, Maunice Grossman, Louis Helmsn, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alexander F. MiJer, at Roth, Fred Shochet, Milton Sirkln, Joaeph Stein, Mn. Herman Wallach, Cart Weinkle. Geonoe Wolpert, Harry Zukernick. Noting Thii Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Bldg. CARL'S MARKETS M ieni Miami Beach COWEN'S SHOE STORES E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. FDCZIT SYSTEM 1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue HA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO. •2 N. E. 2tth Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Avenue JACK C. JAYSON DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS 114 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue MIAMI MILL WORK & LUMBER CO. 535 N. W. 11th Street MIAMI BOTTLED GAS, Inc. 1701 N. W. 7th Avenue STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 149 N. E. 10th Street JOSEPH R. STEIN Miami Florida WEST FLAGLHl KENNEL CLUB West Flagler Street at 87th Are, WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Woifson Sidney Merer Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring (• %  engage i" business under th#fictitious name "f KINQ8 SHOE REBUIIJ>ER. & iM.KANKlts. 167!' Alton Road, Miami Ileach, Florida, Intends to register s.i i.i name in the offirr of tli.' Cl.-ik of tho Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH M STONE, Soli*< iwner MARTIN OBNET Attorney for Applicant 6/23-30 7/7-14-21 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457—Acts of IMS File A 8091 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that Milton 11. David, Sr., holder of Blscayne Drainage District Tax Certificate No. :it issued the 1st da\ of June, A. I>. 1942, has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to he Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property In the CoutUy of Dade, State of Florida, to-\vlt: NE| of SAI. iiw less Plat Book 40, Page SO, Section L'L'. Township M South. Range 41 Kast. containing 2 Acres more or less. In the County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the wild certificate was in the name of: H. D. Fountain. rules* said certificate shall be w deemed according to law. the property described therein will he sold to the highest bidder at the Court Mouse door on the first Monday In the month of August. 1944. which Is the 7th day of August, 1944. l>nted this 21st day of June. 1944. E. B. IJCATHKRMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N C. STKRRKTT. D. C. 6'23-307/7-U Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. PESTERED BY PESTS? Phone 5-4353 APEX PEST CONTROL SERVICE 824 First St., Miami Beach 16 Years in General Exterminating Experience 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 PHONE 2-4128 RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Kit. Miami Beach In New York 76th SI. a Amsttidam Ave 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT BROUSSARD'S ofNewo*w BAKER'S HAULOVER—MIAMI BEACH PH. 6-1117 Specializing in Th Bt—N#w Orleans Cooking Dine in Cool Comfort On Our Promenade Deck Overlooking the Blue Waters of the Atlantic OLD SARATOGA INN Biscoyne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. OR BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH V ',;



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•flmAVJO MM1944 cTATE IS ORGANIZED FOR FIFTHWAR LOAN 2g? S TGhoshs gn u n u-.. an* for the 5th War job ^an w w McEach ern n Petersburg, chairman of l Florida War Finance Com,he ., in addressing the confer&3fi> some days a*o "ffl V Sfa organization." adJlS, McKuchern, "is a pracd i vwoikinK and experienced Ca ,n o Florida's outstanding hat thenare from three to Senty three committees ,n hem, each one responsible for STparticipation of the people S ill area in this vital war effort Many counties have allotted'a definite portion of the rountv quota to each communS? in the county so that the oeople may know just what is .xpected of them. Florida has been divided into eleven regions and each group of counties is directed by a capable volunteer regional manager a prominent and outstanding business and civic leader well acquainted with the problems and people in the counties of his region. Each county has a quota in the 5th War Loan both in E Bonds as well as an overall quota and each regional manager is at work aiding the counties in his area 10 so organize and work as to assure complete success in this campaign. Region VII lias as co-managers H. E. Simpson and Wm. Atwill, Jr of Miami. The total ^Jewlsiiihridttarj PAGE THREE is $8,259,000 with an overall quota of $85,918,000 and allocated as follows: County E Bonds Overall Broward $ 982,000 $ 8,085.000 Dade 6,995,000 32,379,000 Monroe 278,000 444,000 OBITUARIES Mrs. Rose Goldstein, 73, of 2512 S. W. 1st St., died Monday in a local hospital after a prolonged illness. She came to Miami five years ago from New York City. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Lena Thurm and Mrs. Fannie Durst, both of New York, and Mrs. Rose Dainov, of Miami, with whom she made her home; two sons, Nathan of New York, and Harry of Miami. The remains were returned to New York by the Palmer Funeral Home for services and interment. Adolph Kristal, 61, died suddenly at his home, 705 10th St., today. Coming from New York City 16 months ago, he was the owner of a retail stationery store. He is survived by his wife Regina, Miami Beach, one daughter, Mrs. Lorraine Penzil and one son, Robert, both of New York. The .body was sent to New York by the Riverside Memorial chapel, for services and burial. Milton Leveson, 48, 223 23rd St., died Monday in the Veterans hospital, Bay Pines, Fla. He came to Miami Beach 14 years ago from New Orleans. He served in the medical corps during World War I and was a member of the Miami Beach Post American Legion. He is survived by his father, Samuel Leveson, two brothers, Harris and Lewis, all of Miami Beach and one sister. Mrs. Theresa quota ol E Bonds for this region 1 Mann of New Orleans. 1 REGISTERS WITH DEFT. OF JUSTICE Wasnington (JTA)—The newly established "Hebrew Committee of National Liberation" and three of its members, including its chairman, Peter Bergson, this week filed registration statements as foreign agents, the Department of Justice disclosed. The committee registered as "an agent of the Hebrew nation." The statement filed by the committee said that the organization was not sure that it came under provisions of the Foreign Agents Act of 1938. The members listed were: Peter H. Bergson, also known as Kook, living in Washington; Samuel Merlin, now in New York; Benjamin Ben-Nahum, forme rly Theodore Kopeliovitch, now in New York; Pinhas Delougaz, now in Chicago; Eri Jabotinsky, now in Turkey; Arieh Ben-Eliezer, now in Palestine; and Captain Jeremiah Halpern, now in England. A list of employes will be submitted later, the committee statement said. Most of its members, it pointed out, have been members of the American Friends of a Jewish Palestine; all were active members of the Committee for a Jewish Army and the Emergency Committee to Save the Jews of Europe: and some were members of the Free Palestine Committee while it was being organized. SONG LEADERS GROUP ORGANIZED BY B. J. E. The Bureau of Jewish Education announces the establishment of a Jewish Song Leaders Group to train song leaders for camp, Hebrew, Sunday School and other organizations. It meets weekly, on Wednesdays. Further information may be obtained by calling 3-5858. The Bureau has also arranged to send a teacher to the Cardiac Home to meet with the children for the purpose of teaching the Bible and Biblical history, and encouraging the children to increase their knowledge of the subject by a regular reading period under the teacher's supervision, A. P. Gannes, executive director announced. The Jewish Studies Group on the Beach and Sunday School Teachers' Group had their last session of the season. The Jewish Studies Group in Miami and the Adult Jewish Studies Group will continue to meet throughout the summer. All of these sessions were under the auspices of the Bureau of Jewish Education. LARGE ENROLLMENT IS REPORTED AT BEACH The Miami Beach YM & WH A has announced a capacity enrollment of 75 for its Summer Home Camp, according to Jack Marash, executive director. A staff of 11, all specialized in their respective fields, had the Home Camp program in full swing at the end of the first week. A camp council was organized by the children participating, and, after several meetings, a program of special events, to take place throughout the camp season, was announced. These will include picnics, fishing parties, in addition to a number of special projects to be held in the Camp. One day each week has been set aside, during which time War Stamps will be sold, and a special quota for the Summer Season for the defense program has been set. Mrs. Martha Susskind and Mrs. Leo Huberman are cochairmen of the Beach Home Camp project. Buy Stamps and Bonds. I • "... and I'll just make'a wisftaridall my household chores "will be done..." // ••T.. .. .._ f*._— .., A *_ViAotififr cvt^m win'It's my favorite post-war dream... "I live in a house that's a model of convenience... my all-Gas home .. where housekeeping is so easy it seems like a hobby instead of a chore I "The kitchen is like a wonderful playroom... oooL clean, free from cooking odors with a new Certified Performance Gas range that's fast, efficient, the last word in precision cooking. And how it saves food values and cooking time! 'My silent Gas refrigerator is a fMgJWl storeroom. Special cooling units keep all sorts of foods fresh longer save hours of mealplanning and marketing! "Even the faucet has a touch of magic I I turn on the tap and my automatic Gas water-heating system supplies me with all the hot water I need any time I want it 1 "And talk about comfort! The entire house is always full of Springtime ... no matter what the weather is outside. Thanks to my new Gas


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PAGE TWO *Jeistfk>ridlan !" BAY^UNE 23. j^ Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers observed then crystal anniversary last week City ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, 630 S. W. 19th road, have announced the engagement ei their daughter, Miss Betty Arleno Luby. to Capt. Frank S. Cohen. USAMC. son of Mrs. Sarah Cohen, Baltimore, Md. Miss Luby is a graduate of Miami High school and has just completed her sophomore year at Goucher college in Baltimore. Captain Cohen is %  graduate of Maryland Medical school where he was a member of Tau Alpha Omega fraternity. He also is a graduate of Mary land Pharmacy school where he was a member of the Phi Lambda Kappa fratern I • \ late has Set for the wedd ing. K. Adler of Miami B. New Y for a six weeds' stay Mrs. A. P. Gannes and children are going North to spin summer at Camp Keeyumah, of which Mr. Cannes is part ow and director. Several Miami children will spend the summer ;.t the camp Mrs. N. Pritzker will li Saturday, June 24th for a two months' vacation. She will spend i weeks m New Haven with her family, and the remainder of the time at Saybrook Beach, Connecticut. Mr. and Mrs. Max Kiipferstcm will spend the remainder of the summer at Dil.ido Isle, Miami Beach. TNEI THEATRE S. W. 8th St. at 15th AIR CONDITIONED Own 1:45 Fri. and Sat. Mat. Only June 23-24 "JIVE JUNCTION" All Musical Cast, with DICKIE MOORE TINA THAYER • • • Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Wed., June 21-24 "Gay, suspenseful, genuinely mirthful." says Miami Herald C A R Y GRANT IN // ONCE UPON A TIME" WITH JANET BLAIR JAMES GLEASON TED DONALDSON Miss Joyce ':' %  laughter of Mi nd Mrs. J man, has return from Louisiana S .. .^ '. where shi wa Mr. and Mi s. Sol Koi son. of 1036 Washington Av left Tuesday for -V York, where they will spend the next two months. Mrs Bertha Dorfman entertained Sunday at her home in the Hudson Hotel Apartments. A20 15th St.. Miami Beach, with a Father's Day celebration tendered to 25 returnee lathers stationed on the Beach. All of the men have seen overseas service and are away from then families. Dinner was served In the lobby of the hotel and dancing followed. Mrs. Dorfman was assisted by Mr. and Mrs i„ Gilbert Arthur Augu.-t. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack August, of Miami i. will leave this week for Camp Twin Lakes, Vermont, where he will serve as counselor, Stanley Roth left Thursday for Honesdale, Pennsylvania, where hi will spend the summer al Camp Kiowa. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. Nat Both. ANHIUSII.IUSCH Budweiser TRAD* MARK *CO. U. 9. PAT. OFf. EVERYWHERE DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami Mount Sinai Memorial Park 'Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY Affiliated Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox, Schaarei Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon have returned from their honeymoon, and are now at home. J4 S. W. 10th Avenue. Rabbi Jacob Tanhish, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, left Tuesday for Cincinnati, where he will attend the Central Conference of American Rabbis convention. Following the meeting, he will vacation in the North, returning here in the late summer. Mrs. Walter Fall and children left Thursday for Flcishmann. New York, where they will spend the summer. Mr. Fall will join them for a two week stay the first of July. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte arcnow in the North for a six week s trip. visiting relatives and friends. Miss Miriam Scheinberg, daughter of Pmcus Scheinberg, has returned to the city from Atlanta. While in Atlanta she visited her cousins, Pentz Scheinberg and Mrs. Miriam Clein of Montgomery, Ala. Mrs. Helen Schlff Taylor left Saturday for Birmingham. Ala. From tnere she will go to New York to visit with her brother friends, rounding out a ith s vacation betore returning home. Rabbi and Mrs. Mas 5 and : %  part%  %  the .Alfred Gotteaman has returnd to his per. house in the Police hotel, after a six weeks' ::•New York. • Pepper, of West Palm %  : Mr. and Mis. \ • %  .:.city, spent a wiUl his parHe returned Saturday t th< Marine Base at Carolina, to which Dr. ur.d Mrs. Leo Kuppcr. Di % %  % %  %  Miami Beach, will leave Monday with their family Maine, where they will spend the summei. Misses Ida and Molly Engler daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. Engler, 1637 S. W. 11th St.. have returned to their home after spending a two weeks vacation m Havana. Cuba. Mrs. Bessie Levin, 927 Meridian Ave., has left for a visit with relatives in New York City, after which she will spend several weeks in the mountains. She will be away about two months. ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE HAS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR TUami for REST CONVALCSCCMCI •njCHRONICCASES "WSunRqyPark /Health Resort rl-^i /jV<-y,efot ooutC~v^ fetk l^ri^r ^vi/w^T AMI W rLCl|..10C JT F LO ,CA Whn You Think of Real Eitt Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phont 5-647* Dpandable, Conacientiout Service Buy a Rod and Reel AND RELAX For Your Hejitfc and Rleaaura SHRIBER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP B17 Waat Ave.. M. B. Ph. 8-1*23 OPEN EVENINGS George J. Talianoff has joined I the stall ut the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League as assistant director. A graduate of Cornell University j and the St. Lawrence Law School. Mr. Talianoff has had B wide and varied experience In the fields of social work and public administration. Prior toI his arrival in Miami he was at' tached to the New York office of the Anti-Defamatn.n League. ABRAHAM EINHORN DIES Abraham Einhorn. 57. one of Key West's oldest merchants. died June 13 in a Miami hospitI i Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Anne Einhorn. and three sons, Raymond. Sidney and Jack all of Key West, where the body was sent for burial, by the Gordon Funeral Home. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Berkeley announce the birth of a soii, Terrv, in New York, on Thursday. June 15th. The Berkeley family will return here shortly to make their home. Captain and Mrs. Edward Peyser announce Uie birth of a baby girl born June 17th. Mrs. Peyser is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnett announce the birth of their daughter, Susanne Jean. THOMAS J. STROUD ELECTED HEAD OF BEACH JR. C. C. Thomas J. Stroud was elected president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Monday night at Murray's restaurant, succeeding J. Bernard Spector in the semi-annual balloting. Art Singer was selected treasurer, and Bob Epstein, historian. In addition to these officers. Maxwell J. Lubin, Kenneth Oka and S. C. Finn will be on the board of directors. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated this week at the brisim of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jackson, 645 West Avenue. Miami Beach on Tuesday, and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Querido, 801 N. E. 82nd Street on Saturday. IS TIME FOR TAM TAM Miss Mary M~F^li^T—T-— Harry Melamed wee un!^ marriage last SaturdL ^ in at Beth Jacob svn?oL Venin Rjbbl Moses MeSRfiS; DECREE AT^y. COLU^ Mrs. Abraham A *, wife of a former Miami S& was awarded the degreed u hl ter of Arts of the New v*l State College of Teacher* in S bany at its June commence^" Rabbi Kellner plans to S pTn the summer as civilian ri.25? at Don Field. Maine! 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PAGE EIGHT >k*isl Ik'idikM 'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end an : nounced by the Greater Miami area are as follows. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Guest Columnist This summer promises to be a very interesting and enjoyable one for the members of Sholem Lodge. Ordinarily, the Lodges throughout the country either call off meetings or operate on a reduced schedule. However. Sholem Lodge will continue more strongly than ever. In addition to the usual business meetings, many social affairs are being planned and even the business meetings will present opportunities for our members to enjoy themselves socially. For instance, on Tuesday evening, June 27th, at 8:30 at the Miami Beach YMHA. the Lodge will hold its June business meeting. The meeting will consist solely of reports from the delegates who attended District No. 5 Grand Lodge Convention held last week iln Atlanta. Ga. Most of the reports will deal with the humorous side of the Convention including the carryings on of our members, and believe me. some funny things happened. There will be a few serious reports concerning war service, and pertinent suggestions will be presented as to how the Lodge can best cooperate with our boys in the service. It is safe to say at this time that although we are in the midst of a bond drive and certainly deGORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means of Individual Circumstances "YOUH JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" • Worthy and Deserves Your Full Support and Recommendation • SERVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI • EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH sire to go over the top. that there are other items which we have not touched upon and which are perhaps even more essential than bond sales, to-wit: blood donations, ship service, supplying equipment to rehabilitation centers in our area, etc. This is the type of work wherein every member of the Lodge should be anxious to work because by your work you hasten victory. Kindly call the B*nai Bhth office, 3-6306. if you desire to volunteer for any type of war service work. Following our report as aforesaid, a social hour is planned, featuring refreshments of hot dogs and drinks which will be i served on the waterfront and dancing in the "Y" building for those who desire to do so. The meeting should prove very enjoyable, mentally and physically. You have probably read in the papers about the current B'nai Bnth Bond Drive. We have set | a quota of two million dollars with which we will purchase two submarine chasers. Although I do not have any figures at present on the amount of sales to date. I know the total exceeds; one-half a million dollars. Broth. er Larry Grossbeig has informed | me that he has sold close to $200,000 worth of bonds. The Probus Club h;is pledged at BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.. Miami.: PYlday evening services al 17:15 Saturda) morning at 7:30. Hebrew School dally t t" noon. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach: Friday evenlns services at 7:30 o'clock; Saturday mornlns at ; :> Rabbi Motet Metchelofft theme for discussion "ill I-' "Communal Division," and win discuss "Ethics "i the Fathers IIUHHK II' Bhalosh Wsudoa services si I IS Haturdaj evening. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Contervative. 1415 Euclid Ave. Kabalaa Bhabbos Friday evening at 7:15; Saturday mornlns services at 9 o'clock Services at 10:10 a. in. Shaloah Beudos services al 7 It p. nv to >•> %  followed bj evening prayers TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Reform. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami: Regular services Friday evening al 8:15 to %  >• conducted by A. wertheimer. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON. GREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami: Services are scheduled for Friday al 7:15 p. in. ami Saturday at 9 a. in. ami 7:18 i>. in. Dally services :it s 3u %  m and 7:11 p. in 22 A iJUNE23. Notes Of Y. M. H. A. -bySAM SILVER 24-HOUR Ambulance Service east an additional $100,000 which they are crediting to B'nai Bnth, thanks to the efforts of Brother Ed Lovitz. and I know that a great deal of work is being put in by Josic Goldstrom, Dorothy Borenstein. Martha Miller, Isidor Langner, Alex Cohen. Sam B. Miller. Harry Gerstein. and others. Brother Lou Heiman, who is chairman, I has been out of town and we! know that upon his return the drive will have increased vigor, j With the cooperation of all the members of the Lodge and the Auxiliary, there is every reason to believe that the goal of two million dollars will be easily reached. Make your purchases through the B'nai B'rith office or the various banks, but be certain when you purchase them that the B'nai Bnth stamp is at, j tached so that we will receive credit for same. I am looking forward to seeing I you next Tuesday night at the Beach "Y." SCHAAREI ZEDEK CONGREGA. TION, Orthodox. 1546 S. W. 3rd Ave.. Miami: Friday evening services al 7 i '• Saturday combined senior and .mum: services .it I a m Rabbi Simon Apni't subject for discussion will lir "The Portion of the Week." siiniv -.f !>•.Rthlcs "f th.Fathers to lie followed by evening eervlca at 7:15. Hebrew School tiaily fioni i" a in BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Contervative. 761 41tt St.. Miami Beach: Services are scheduled for Friday evenlns. al 7 IS; Saturday morning set vices will > %  > %  held al 1 10 I WANT MY MILK And Be Bun It s FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "V MQk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at •200 N. W. 82nd Street Listed With Lyons Long Established Well Known HOTEL 25 Sleeping Rooms Dining Room Seats SO TERMS MARY A. LYONS 627 Seybold Bldg. PHONE 3-1493 DON'T LET MILDEW RUIN YOUR PAINT JOB MOLD-O-CIDE (Non Poitonout) Aids to remove and prevent Blue Mold and Mildew Sold by Leading Paint. Hardware and Building Supply Dealert (IIIIM column m aoiiiiuitwl by Creater Miami Jewish Federation In oooperatlon with The Jewish Klorid'lan iia community a*rvice. To inform the community of your organisation's activities and to avoid conflicts In dates, phone 3-5111 and ask for "Community Calendar." Notification must reach Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week.) Monday, June 26th Jewish Study Group. :,(:.:4 to 18. sponsored by the Bureau of JewIan education in cooperation uith the Town "T," 1547 S. \V ith St ..3ii p. m to 5 p, m. Tuesday. June 27th B'nai Hrlth. IWach Y, 1:18 i., m Wednesday, June 28th JrwNh Kong Leader Group spunm red by th.Bureau of Jewish Kilucatlon. k p, m .: Workmen's 1 II Is Branch No. 6s:\ executive .• mmtttee meeting, s.so p. in. Thursday, June 29th Bureau of Jewish Education's board %  •• dire tors meetini;. Beach 1 S p. m. Monday, July 3rd Bureau of jeih Education, lewi-'i study group ition with the Town V. .'•" .\v itn 8t., 7:10 ti I i REDUCE Y Dane* The 13th annual dance of the Miami Y was held last Tuesday evening at the Coral Gables Country Club. The affair was well attended and a good time was had by all. Cy Washburn and his Country Club Orchestra furnished the music and entertainment for the occasion. Much credit is due the members of the committee who were in charge of this dance, and who worked so diligently with Larry Grossberg, chairman. Home Camp Over eigthy children are registered in the Y home camp, which commenced June 12th. Many of the registrants are nonJews, and the Y has created a lot of good will among peoples of other religious faiths for this line project. Bigger and Better Y The fine work of the Y— brought home to me again by the Home Camp—deserves greater recognition and support of the Jewish citizenry of this community. There are many, many outstanding Jewish men and women in this community who are sadly neglecting their duty as residents here by failing to interest themselves in the progress and growth of their own YM & YWHA. If they would only "take stock" and commence to realize the good the Y is and has been doing and the much greater good the Y could do here if properly supported, they would no doubt take an active part in its activities immediately. Everyone seems to feel that it is up to the next fellow and not up to him. or that I am addressing my remarks to others and not to him, but that is not so. It is up to you—each of you—and I am addressing my remarks to you and not to anyone else. While speaking about the progress of the Y, I am reminded that the Communitv 7^ Planning Committee whJE Mfcr organized a long, lone ,i* h Was has not reported to date i ft t is the duty of this Li H o report soon or to re&ft it be relieved of itisSL tt repeat, now is The tint 1 ft. l to commence plans ff a**? munity center to be MA and .MMperinumditTS bent upon each or us to JSS fWfer ,„ S Y br,as ,' £ ~" CenTX r SJL5a,PTB5 no difference to me what t2 fc ."lied just so long s have the vitally necessary"ss2 firs?Iff *5*S rv ..Jewish citizenry 7f ?r r n ea f er Mlami have the^cd ern facilities enjoyed by nun. other Jewish communing in the Scam" r^ Ch M W-naliS steam rooms, meeting romni proper auditoriums for the p£ entation of cultural and social programs, and the like' Let, awaken and put forth some effort to have all of those things When I was in college, 1 was told time after time by my e i ders I within my fraternity, "You get only out of a fraternity, what you put into it." I've found that | to be true, not only in college fraternity work, but in just about every type of undertaking. So you see, the more effort we put into this project the greater the benefits will be o*I vUGUST BROS ftyr i< .,. rtr' *• Is t/n BEST' A good buy is a War Bond. Buy now and you will be paid later —$4.00 for every $3.00. ^J^ww. aliy. living adjoining screened •; %  enclosed ith Louvres so %  B tot '• %  ',• x no' lal in with porch mi lowed CALHOUN s. SAUL 1101 1 "EALTOR "01 Lincoln Rd. Bldg. Ph. RENTALS -LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1440 Washington Avenue PHON? 5 5875 BEFORE YOU BUT see tE O N ELIIM with E T £v9 P O L I T A N LIFE INS. CO. But~BlBggt BejcauM Bat DVANTAGBS of a IIAHE FEMi-U MORTGAGE V • LOW RATES • BA8Y PAYMENTS • LONG TIME TO PAY • PROMPT SERVICE • A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With You* t 4B?K LOCAL. FRJENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER $0^00.000 IIAIIE WBMIAt OA^^/A** Gutter** p* 4 ""?* .,• v l i < joi w u. urta*. mmovrt t : mmm Buy U. S. Stamps and Bondg. Keep on buying War Bon*