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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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
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THE fnx/<:m WEEKLY
VOLUmTI^NUMBER 26
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
VOTE 10
NEUTRAL
LARGE BOND SALES AT
BEACH ARE REPORTED
Cincinnati (JTA>-TJ Cent-
,i reference of American Rab-
b at Us annual convention this
week voted to retain its position
of neutrality with regard to Zi-
onism. The session ratified the
S of its committee on the
President's message reading:
"With regard to the American
Jewish Conference's resolution
on Palestine, we beg to state that
the CCAR delefiates went to the
conference umnstructed and
were free to vote in accordance
with then individual convictions.
They, therefore, did not com-
mit the Central Conference of
American Rabbis to their point
of view, and the CCAR's posi-
tion on neutrality adopted in
1935 remains unimpaired. The
committee on the President's
message concurs in the action
of the CCAK executive board in
ratifying the other resolutions of
the American Jewish Conference
for which our delegates voted.
The convention re-elected Sol-
omon B. Freehof president; Abba
Hillel Silver, vice-president;
Harry S. Margolis, treasurer;
Sidney L. Regner, financial sec-
retary; and Isaac E. Marcuson.
administrative secretary. Elected
to the executive board until 1946
were Stanley R. Brav, Vicks-
burg; Abraham Feinstein, Chat-
tanooga; Alan S. Green, Troy.
N. Y.; Jacob Marcus, Cincinnati;
Louis Witt, Dayton;'and Major
Aryeh Lev. Washington. Rabbi
Barnett Bnckner of Cleveland,
and Samu'l S. Mayerberg of
Kansas City. Mo., were named
members of the board of gover-
nors for the next four years.
Bonds sold and cleared through
banking institutions at Miami
Beach exceed $6,000,000 today,
said Samuel T. Sapiro, Miami
Beach chairman of War Finance
committee. "And I can thank
the active workers in the various
groups and the buyers who sup-
ported them. We are all geared
to the fight now, and wish to
cross the $13,000,000 mark befote
the drive closes." Many of the
participating organizations are
close to reaching their quotas.
"All organizations join our
100% group," is Mr. Sapiro's re-
quest. "First, have every mem-
ber available by letter or per-
son, buy a bondthen have each
member sell at least three bonds,
and you are well along suscrib-
ing your pledge, and a full
fledged member in the 100%
club. Try it and you will agree
this plan works wonders."
AT BEACH JULY \
iT JENS
FORCED TO LEIIE
01 El OE
Washington (WNS)In a bit-
ter tirade against Rabbi Steph-
en S. Wise for having urged last
week before a Congressional
committee the creation of a per-
manent Fair Employment Prac-
tice Committee, Senator Theo-
dore Bilbo of Mississippi de-
clared that "Ra'bbi Wise is the
ast men in the world who ought
to. be complaining against dis-
crimination against minority
wes when his nationality has
ih^i. more consideration at
ne hands of the present Admin-
wation than any other nation-
ally in the United States."
Bilbo's attack was occasioned
ih \motlon to strike out from
" bill appropriating funds for
ST",1, bUrt'aUS the SUm 0f
MW.00O allotted to the FEPC.
">e benate subsequently reject-
ee motion by a vote of 31
. While
Bilbo o
MorVenthf ? Treasury Terny
nancial "Pcrates the '.:
Stockholm (JTA)The official
German news agency DNB this
week reported from Budapest
that an order has been issued
there under which all Jews of
the city will have "to live to-
gether' by June 30. Those Bu-
dapest Jews who have not yet
moved from their homes into
the recently established ghetto
districts will have to arrange
for '"voluntary moving" before
the end of this month.
The order specifies that no
Jewish family can occupy more
than one room and that all
houses where Jews reside must
have a "clearly visible, 30-centi-
meters-high, Star of David dis-
played at the front door."
The Hungarian news service
reports that four Protestant cler-
gymen and one rabbi will be
placed on trial on the charge
that they jointly conspired to
issue certificates of baptism to
Jews in order to save them from
the anti-Jewish laws. Rabbi
Bende of Kispet, the rabbi in-
volved, has allegedly admitted
to the authorities that at his in-
tervention the four clergymen
issued the baptismal certificates
to Jews without baptising them.
LABOR GROUPS" WILL
ESTABLISH^EMORIAL
New York (JTA)A dinner
marking the forthcoming found-
ing of an agricultural settlement
in Palestine in honor of the late
Lord Wedgwood, "father of
the British Labor Party and life-
long champion of the Zionist
cause, was held this week at the
Hotel Commodore here with
more than 1,200 representatives
of American labor unions and
Zionist groups in attendance.
Matthew Woll, vice-president of
the American Federation of La-
bar; Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Judge
Morris Rothenberg, Rabbi Israel
Goldstein, Hayim Greenberg and
a number of Jewish labor lead-
ers spoke.
Continuing the rapid pace al-
ready set, the Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith War Bond Com-
mittee announced the staging of
a gala water carnival, dance
and entertainment for the eve-
ning of July 4th, at the Sea Gull
Pool and Cabana Club. 21st
Street at the Ocean, Miami
Beach.
Admission to the elaborate af-
fair will be by the purchase of
a War Bond through the B'nai
B'rith Fifth War Loan Bond
Committee. Members of the or- i
ganization have tickets for dis-
tribution available to all bond
purchasers.
The affair, starting at 7:30 p.,
m., and lasting through mid- <
night, will present outstanding
professional aquatic stars, danc- j
ing to a popular orchestra, and
pool facilities for those who want
! to bathe.
Louis Heiman, War Bond
drive chairman, announced the
appointment of Sol Goldstrom,
Mrs. Ruth Glatt, ^Mrs. Harry
Gordon, and Nat Roth, in charge
of special events, as co-chair-
men of this event.
Other entertainment is being
planned, and refreshments will
be provided, the committee an-
nounced.
The Sea Gull Pool is being
made available to the Lodge
trdough the courtesy of the Ho-
i tel Evans family.
Friday's War Bond sale, in
front of Steven's Dress Shop on
Flagler street, featured the auc-
tioning of 24 pairs of Nylon hose.
$250,000 was top bid by I. L.
Mintzer, and other large bidders
included Alfred Gottesman and
Sam Resnick in the amounts of
.$100,000 each. Approximately
CABINET FEARS MORE
JEWISH IMMIGRATION
Cairo (JTA)One of the mot-
tives behind the recent demand
of the Transjordan cabinet for
abrogation of the British man-
date is the fear that as long as
Transjordan is a mandated ter-
ritory cojointly with Palestine,
the mandatory power might re-
verse'its present policy of bar-
ring Jewish irrimigration to
Transjordan and open the terri-
tory to Jewish settlement, it is
pointed out here.
At the same time, it was
learned here that the Syrian
government has addressed itself
to all Arab states asking them
to join in sending a delegation
to London to lay the Arab post-
war claims before Allied lead-
ers. The memorandum which
was drawn up by Jamil Mardam
Bey, Syrian foreign minister, re-
ferred to the possibility of a
visit by President Roosevelt to
London soon, and pointed out
that important decisions may be
taken during the visit.
RETURNEES TO BE
TAKEN CARE OF 01
BUSINESS GROUP
$800,000 in bonds were JMd.
B'nai B'rith Day, at the bond
booth in front of the First Fed-
eral on First Street, featured the
giving away of silver dollars
with each bond purchase, made
possible by Jake Schreiber. re-
tired motion picture operator,
who lives on Hibiscus Island.
Miami Beach. Over two hundred
individual bonds were sold, to-
taling more than $37,000 in
sales. Tuesday afternoon bond
sales were also stimulated by
the auctioning of many items of
merchandise donated by mer-
chants to the organization.
B'nai B'rith has a quota of
$2,000,000 in the Fifth War Loan
Committee Drive, and is spon-
soring the purchase of two sub-
chasers, one for the residents of
Miami, and one for the Beach.
Mr. Heiman, chairman of the
drive, cautioned members of the
organization not to decrease their
efforts in bond sales. He stated
that, although the organization
was off to a good start, the large
bond sales were in, and there
was considerable work remain-
ing before the goal would be
reached.
ORDER JEWS TO GIVE
UP ARMS; FACE DEATH
SeKr R,uUin n tJhe1.rnotjon- erTheWedgwood Colony will be
55*3 ih obrved that Sec- 9tgfiuST& Gallilee, in the vi-
ii. 0I the Treasurv Tenrv 7. ..... .i>iomni which
cinity of two settlements which
were founded, thanks to the par-
ticipation of the American labor
movement, in the name of Leo.i
andC'tah ?art of the government"
(mm m a verv splendid Jew
fjLj* Y,ork. Barney Baruch.!^"^'^"' premier of France.
BBftUSLth' POH4,S f th/SdnftriKtWhe memory of
war ", r,"",!n' especially post-
SSRTspmv it u. s.
^E CLOSE TO MILLION
*ome^Unr('^^-The Pioneer
ica ."s reanization of Amer-
faised onist 'aborrte group.
latw er $93.000 during the
tias m oy?s for various activi-
m rL,?.leslln(\ the Midwest-
organiza-
Plans for increasing activities
and benefits for service men re-
turnees were discussed at great
length at a meeting Saturday af-
; ternoon at Wofford Hotel, Mi-
' ami Beach. The gathering of
leading Greater Miami business
1 men and civic leaders were the
I guests of Abe Allenberg. John
D. Montgomery, publisher of
i the Miami Beach Sun Tropics,
I acted as chairman of the- meet-
| ing, and gave a brief summary of
what has, and is, being done in
' this direction.
Chaplains Tull and Kraft of
the Redistribution center told of
! the opportunity for making
I these boys feel especially that
l civilians are appreciative of
what they have been doing for
' their country and they men-
! tioned some ways how other cit-
ies are showing their gratitude
; to service men.
A committee will be appoint-
ed to coordinate the plans sug-
! gested and to meet with army
officials. It was everyone's
'. idea that too much could not be
done to welcome the service men
! and to make them feel that Mi-
ami Beach was glad to have the
opportunity to be their host.
Among those attending were:
James E. Tull, chaplain: Saul
Kraft, chaplain; C. L. Clements,
Lee Hills, Morris Goodman, Bert
Simpson, Henry Neyle, John M.
Duff, jr., J. L. Owen, August
Geiger, D. Richard Mead. Sam R.
Becker, M. J. Heck, Allan T.
Abess, W. V. Farrey, Morris Al-
pert. George J. Bertman, Marcie
Liberman, Robert E. Clarke, Ed-
ward W. Collins, Jack August,
John Levi, Pete Crossland,
Thomas F. Smith, Sol S. Gold-
strom, Abe Allenberg, Herbert
Frink, Paul M. Bruun, Harry
Zukernick, Dr. Maurice Kline,
G. J. Nalicauff, Ben Bronston,
Maxwell Lubin, Simon Engend-
er, John Montgomery.
UNITED NATIONS
WILL DECIDE ON
PALESTINE'S FATE
Jerusalem (JTA) President
Roosevelt is reported to have in-
formed the Arabs of Palestine
that the future of the country
will be determined not by Brit-
ain alone, but by the govern-
ments responsible for the estab-
lishment of a new post-war
world order based on peace and
justice. The President alleg-
edly said that the status of Pal-
estine will be decided after con-
sultation with Jews and Arabs.
The statement is said to em-
phasize that the British Govern-
ment, although holding the
mandate for Palestine, cannot
make any changes in the status
of the country before a suitable
time when the governments re-
sponsible for the establishment
of a long-lasting peace will de-
cide, in consultation with Jews
and Arabs, on the future of Pal-
estine.
The statement by President
Roosevelt, it was reported, came
in reply to an appeal cabled to
him last month by the Palestine
Arab Party. The reply was un-
derstood to have been handed to
the leaders of the party by Low-
ell C. Pinkerton, U. S. Consul
General in Jerusalem.
(In Washington, neither the
White House nor the State De-
partment could confirm or deny
the report that President Roose-
velt had sent such a message.)
In its appeal, the Palestine
Arabs asked the President for
his support of Arab demands
that Jewish immigration be
stopped and that Jews be barred
from acquiring land. The appeal
was the first ever made directly
to Roosevelt by an Arab politic-
al group in Palestine.
tios inUntars Ior various activi-
sm cL ]est,ne- the
I ''on wa^Tf Pl ^e organiza-
RothbaM old by Miss Dvorah
ra' national secretary.
the late Louis D- Brandeis.
u. of mTexpansion FUND
RECEIVES GUT OF $10,000
Joseph A. Richter. Miami jew-
eler Rave $10,000 cash to the
University of Miami expansion
fund campaign. L. Bruno Weil
Miami Beach realtor and cam
paign chairman, announced.
Richter's gift was the 16th
$10,000 cash contribution made
during the expansion movement
and brings the total close to the
$250,000 mark.
Zurich (JTA)An order in-
structing Jews in Hungary to
surrender all arms in their pos-
session within twenty-four hours
was broadcast this week over
Hungarian radio stations. ine
order -specified that the arms
must be delivered 4o the local
PJewishCedoctors in Hungary,
who have been exempt from the
anti-Jewish laws because of the
acute shortage of physicians,
have been ordered to treat only
Jewish patients, the Nazi Trans-
kontinent press reports. The or-
dw will be waived for doctors
who served in the army. All
Jewish physicians, however,
mJs mark their namep> ates
with a "conspicuous Jewish star.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
ASSISTANT ADL DIRECTOR
TO APPEAR ON PROGRAM
George J. Talianoff, assistant
director of the Florida Regional
Office of the Anti-Defamation
League, will appear as guest
speaker on Miami Round Table
on Station WIOD at 7:00 p. m.
Saturday, July 1. The subject
of the Round table discussion
will be "Prejudice."
Appearing with Mr. Talianoff
will be Mrs. T. V. Moore, Dade
County supervisor of public wel-
fare, and Louis Jepeway, prom-
inent attorney. Professor Frank-
lin Williams of University of
Miami will serve as moderator.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
A. J.CONFERENCE
URGED TD ADOPT
AMERICAN SCENE
New York (JTA) Demands
that the scope of the American
Jewish Conference be enlarged
to include the American scene
and that the authority of the
Conference be strengthened by
the creation of its own instru-
mentality for the execution of
its program were voiced at the
first preliminary meeting of del-
egates held here. Ninety-eight
delegates out of the one hund-
red forty residing in New York
participated in the discussions.
The future organization and
functions of the American Jew-
ish Conference were the main
subjects of the general debate,
intended to clarify the problems
facing the second session of the
Conference. Among the sugges-
tions voiced by the individual
delegates were recommendations
that: 1) The name of the Con-
ference be changed to Assembly,
in accordance with the original
Pittsburgh proposal! 2) At its
coming session the Conference
elect a representation to act im-
mediately on post-war matters
and in the execution of the Con-
ference plans; 3) Emphasis be
placed on post-war problems; 4)
The Conference be established
as a permanent body; 5) The af-
filiated organizations should
yield some of their sovereignty
to enable the Conference to act
as a functioning body.
Geneva (JTA)French news-
papers reaching here from Vi-
chy report that the German au-
thorities in France are exercis-
ing pressure on the Vichy gov-
ernment for intensification of
anti-Jewish measures behind the
front line.


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APPROACHING
MARRIAGE
Announcement is be-
ing made of the ap-
proaching marriage of
Miss Anyce Lea Get-
zug and Lt. Walter A.
Lavigne, U S M C, by
her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Getzug,
1580 S. W. 19th Ave.
The ceremony will
take place at 4 p. m.
July 7, in the Coral
Gables Country club,
and will be followed
by a reception.
Miss Getzug attend-
ed school in Cincin-
nati, ()., and was
graduated from Mi-
ami Edison High
school. She is a mem-
ber of Pi Beta soror-
ity.
Lt. Lavigne. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
S. Lavigne, 570 N. E.
57th St., was graduat-
ed from Miami Edison
High school and Gor-
don Military Acad-
emy, Barnesville. Ga.
He also attended the
Citadel, Charleston,
S. C, and Duke Uni-
versity. He is sta-
tioned at Quantico,
Va.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Langner. 2278
S. W. 17th St., left this week
to spend two or three months
with their daughter, Mrs. E.
Hurwitz of New York City.
ENGAGEMENT
The engagement of Miss Helene
Zita Raphael, daughter pf Mr
and Mrs. Irving Raphael. 1024
Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach,
to George Hornik, USNR. wi
announced recently by her par-
ents at a patio party given by
ber sister. Miss Beverly Raphael.
A graduate oi Miami Beach
High school. Miss Raphael has
lived in Miami Beach for the
last eight years.
Mr. Hornik, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Hornik. 1550 Michigan
avenue, Miami Beach, is station-
ed at Banana River. He attend-
ed college In New York state
after his graduation from Lincoln
High school, New York.
i^^E^f
WEDDINGS
Announcement is being made
of the engagement of Miss Char-
lotte Yuran and Lt. Beniamm
Freedman, USA, by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Saul B. Yuran. 345
W. 46th Street. Miami Beach.
The wedding will take place in
November.
Miss Yuran attended Florida
State College for Women. Lt
Priedmani son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hvman Freedman. Brooklyn, was
graduated from City CoD< gc of
New York and is stationed at
Camp Gordon Johnson.
Mrs. Simon Kahn will leave
July 13th for a two month's trip
to New York, Philadelphia and
Detroit.
Mrs. Ben Rozansky and daugh-
ter, Joan, of Washington, D. C.
will arrive Saturday to spend a
month at the Locust Apart-
ments. Ocean Drive. Miami
Beach. Mrs. Rozansky. the form-
er Edna Schoenfeld. will be
joined by her mother, Mrs. A.
Schoenfeld.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Adler. 2291
S. W. 17th St.. Miami, announce
the approaching marriage of
their daughter. Blanche, to Lt.
Commander A. F. Reiter of Me-
Keesport, Pa. The military wed-
ding will take place on board
ship at Fire Island. New York.
on July 4th, and, following a
short trip, the couple will return
to Fire Island Base, where Lt.
Commander Reiter is stationed.
University of Miami students
will start registering Saturday
for the first trimester session <>f
the 1944-45 school year in the
administration building, and
classes will start on July 5. it
was announced Saturday.
The university will offer more
than 150 courses of Study leading
to arts, seance, business admin-
istration, music, and law degrees.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman
celebrated their 29th wedding
anniversary last week.
TIKI THEATRE
S. W. 8th St. at 15th
AIR CONDITIONED
Open 1:45
Fri., June 30, Last Day
"PRINCESS
O'ROURKE"
OLIVIA DeHAVILAND
ROBERT CUMM1NGS

Starts Sat at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. Thru Wed., July 1-5
//
"FOLLOW
THE BOYS
WITH
GEORGE RAFT
VERA ZORINA
ORSON WELLES
W. C. FIELDS
DONALD O'CONNOR
JEANETTE MacDONALD
MARLENE DIETRICH
ARTHUR RUBENSTEIN
SOPHIE TUCKER
ANDREWS SISTERS
WITH
TED LEWIS and
CHARLIE SPIVAK and
THEIR BANDS
EXTRA!
"BACK DOOR TO
TOKYO"
LATEST ISSUE OF
MARCH OF TIME
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glasscr.
formerly of 627 s. W. 8th St..
are now making their home at
852 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Irwin Durbin has re-
turned to her home after Spend-
ing two weeks in Newark. While
there she attended the marriage
of her Bister, Jane Yadmin. to
Lt. Seymour Eisenfeld on June
11th.
Mrs. Fannie Wimmcr. 1524
Euclid Ave., has left for an ex-
tended trip north. In Pittsburgh
She expects to see. for the first
time in two years, her grandson.
who is in the service of the
United States Navy.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Daum
are spending the summer in Hen-
dersonville, N. C.
Mrs. B. Kugelman and her
' daughter. Mrs. Sue Tohrner.
Rivo Alto island, left Wednesday
for New London. Conn., where
they will be for three months
Later they will go to New York
City while they have taken an
apartment at the Barhizon Plaza
and will be joined by Mrs. Tohr-
ners daughter. Mrs. Robert L.
Eichberg, who now is visiting in
Denver.
Ruth Roslyn Miller, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller.
410 S. W. 9th Ave., was a num-
ber of the graduating class of the
University of Miami, and re-
ceived her Bachelor of Business
Science Degree at graduation
this week. She is now on a two
month's trip that will take her
to Columbia. S. C. and New
York.
BALLANTINE'S
ale r
Amtrict'g Fintst Since 7840
DISTRIBUTED BY
NATIONAL BRANDS, INC.
Your Complex Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
A,nd for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
W. I. Feucr, Miami Beach real-
tor, left by plane Friday night
for Orlando to visit his daughter,
Corinne, who recently entered
Rollins College at Winter Park.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Harry
Brenner will take place Sunday
at 2:30 p. m. in the Jewish sec-
tion of Woodlawn Park.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of
Beth Jacob will officiate. Em;m-
uel Gordon, of the Gordon Mon-
ument Co., is in charge oi ar-
rangements.
BRISSM
At St. Francis hospital. Rabbi
p. M. Machtei officiated at the
brith milah of the son of Mr
and Mrs. Michael Davis last Fri-
day; the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Ray Noble on Tuesday
on Wednesday, at Jackson Me-
morial hospital, the son of Mr
and Mrs. Morris Salomon, and
the son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Diftler.
TLiomi
for Rest
CONVALESCENCI
o^ChrokicCases
Mount Sinai Memorial ParkS
"Owned and Operated by
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n
A COMMUNITY CEMETERY
Affiliated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami
Jewiah Orthodox, Schaarei Zedek and Sisterhood
Chesed Shel Ernes
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OFFICE SPACE
and Facilities Available
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Buy a Rod and Reel
. AND RELAX
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SHRIBER'S FISHING
TACKLE SHOP
617 Weet Ave., M. B. Ph. |-123
OPEN EVENINGS
On Wednesday evening. June
14th, Pfc. Abraham N. Neiman
and Miss Evelyn Scheimin were
united in marriage by Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob
B( tht George Washington Hotel
through arrangements with the
managers. Jacob I. Spindler and
Sol Sroloff. The wedding was
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Reinhard. Mr. and Mrs. Wein
and many good friends. A re-
ception followed.
After a New York honeymoon,
Lt. Seymour Silverman, AUS,
and his bride, the former Miss
Marjorie J. Medoff, will make
their home in Petersberg, Va.,
where he is stationed. Mrs. Sil-
verman is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry J. Medoff. 4444
Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach,
and the brigegroom, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Silverman,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. Silverman was graduated
from Miami Beach High school
and attended the University of
Miami. The bridegroom, a mem-
ber of Beta Sigma Rho, was
graduated from Cornell Univers-
ity, Ithaca. N. Y.
^Yoiran^A&^
| vacation. AUanl'c City J
Mr. and MrsT~Charu
man. 1421 N. w. 1st ce\A*'-
their house guest* m had a
mans' parents^ an$\, W
Klugman of Savannah fc "
They returnedjj?^
Mrs. Sol Weinklo ;
her son. Jerome "n vJL #***
where he is tMjj"** Va
Miss Sarah Rnso cu
turned to the dtyTSutlartz,-
a trip to Atlanaand SfV ^
M.ss Schwartz, daughtSWS
In New York this week Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman
and their daughter. Emily. 5990
N. E. Fifth Court, attended
commencement exercises at the
United States Navy Midshipman
school at Plattsburg. The Feib-
elmans' son, Herbert J. Feibel-
man, was commissioned an en-
sign Tuesday.
Formerly, Herbert attended the
University of Miami, both as a
civilian student and as a mem-
ber of the Navy V-12 training
program.
Mrs. Irwin A. Durbin, 735 14th
place, Miami Beach, returned
Thursday after a two weeks' va-
cation in Newark. N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Sailing Baruch.
San Marco island, are at the
Sherry Netherlands, New York,
for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowitz
have returned to the city after
a trip to Washington and New
York.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Pearlstein
of Jamaica. L. I., arrived last
week to make their permanent
home in this area. They are at
present the house guests of Rab-
bi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei. Mrs.
Pearlstein is Mrs. Machtei's sis-
ter. After July 2 they will re-
side at 750 Pennsylvania Ave^
Miami Beach.
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MVV AUXILIARY HAS
Jeahed smooo mark
a i idles1 Auxiliary of the
Thl War Veterans of the
'222 States Freda Markowitz
Hn' 174 reports bond sales to
ffi on this drive as neariiiB the
daLnn mark This accom-
5150000 .mar*
53 "atSibute. to the splen-
Sh efforts of its very, capable
Si each evening between 5
""The organization has a bond
nueen in the person of. Betty
S3 who herself turned in over
$100 OOO worth of bonds^and is
Still goto* strong.
' in addition, there are a num-
ber of field workers who are
eligible for citations signed by
Z surgeon general of the Unit-
Si siates army by virtue of their
tmg soid over $5,000 worth of
E Bonds for Hospital Equipment
to be purchased and presented
lo the government.
Friends of JWV are requested
to put their pledges through the
Dade Federal before July 3rd
as this organization's drive will
be over as of that date.
ioo.oooTews executed
in hungarian camp
London (JTA)One hundred
thousand Hungarian Jews have
been deported to Poland and ex-
ecuted in gas chambers in the
notorious Oswiecim "death
camp,' it '- revealed in a mes-
sage from official Polish author-
ities in Poland received here
this week.
The contents of the under-
ground communication, which is
dated June 14. were made known
to Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbart. one
of the Jewish deputies in the
Polish National Council, who
immediately conferred with
Home Minister Tadeuz Romer
concerning urgent measures to
save those deportees who have
not yet been massacred.
vJewlstFhrkUari
PAGE THREE
CLUB PURCHASES OLD1
SWAN CLUB ON CAPE
The Probus Club, comprised
of business and professional men
in the Greater Miami area, has
purchased the old Swan Club
down on the Cape Florida flats,
it was announced by President
Ed Lovitz.
The club, which has a roster
of thirty-five, found that many
of its members were interested
in boating and fishing. Several
already own small cruisers and
others are planning to buy boats
after the war.
"The idea was conceived,"
said President Lovitz, "to pur-
chase this property as an ideal
clubhouse for members and
wives to enjoy week-end fishing
trips. Necessary repairs are be-
ing made immediately, but no
attempt will be made to mater-
ially alter and add to the facili-
ties until governmental building
restrictions are lifted."
This past week-end the club
held a stag gathering in its new-
ly acquired clubhouse. Neces-
sary plans were formulated and
committees appointed.
TURKEY IS URGED TO
ACCEPT MORE ALIENS
MIAMI WOMAN GOOD
WAR BOND SALESMAN
ikPaLS* the hardest workers in
the Fifth War Bond drive is Mrs.
Ida Mae LeVine of the Beach.
She spends most all her time
promoting sales and as chairman
of the ladies auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans. She has
sold more than $50,000 herself
And the J. W. V. Auxiliary has
passed the $250,000 mark.
Mrs. LeVine has a son, Jerry,
studying as an air cadet at an
air base in Arkansas. Her son-
in-law, Lt. V. J. Crededia, is in
Gen. Clark's Fifth Division in
Italy. Mrs. LeVine spends all
of the day in the bond booth at
the corner of Lincoln road and
Washington Ave., except one
hour between 5 and 6 p. m.
when she conducts a one-woman
bond sales campaign on the
steps of the First Federal Sav-
ings where last week a $10,000
sale was made.
Mrs. LeVine gives no gifts
away but renders brief appeal-
ing messages interspersed with
vocal selections. She is assisted
by Mrs. Charlie Riff, who also
has a son in service.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
HOLD REGULAR MEET
Washington (JTA)A resolu-
tion urging the Turkish govern-
ment to speed up the entry of
refugees from the Balkan coun-
tries and to establish in Turkey
a refugee camp as temporary
haven for people escaping from
Nazi territory, was introduced
this week in the House of Repre-
sentatives by Rep. Sol Bloom.
Earlier, the House Foreign Af-
fairs committee held public hear-
ings on the resolution urging
the House to protest against the
persecution of Jews in Hungary
and other German dominated
countries, and asking Secretary
of State Cordell Hull to convey,
through appropriate means, the
sentiment of the House to the
occupied countries. The hearing
resulted in unanimous approval
of the resolution by the com-
mittee.
SEYMOUR SATIN
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS
NEW OFFICES
311 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH 39, FLORIDA
PHONE 5-0516
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Now Open Year Around
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GEM OF FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
Announces
NEW CABANA CLUB Open Nightly at
Swimming Pool and Tennis Court
Music Entertainment Recreation
Transportation Service for Guests
Station Wagon will meet your train and make trips
to the world's famous beach
Boat and Motor for Fishing and Pleasure
Write for Descriptive Literature and Summer Rates
Box 747. Daytona Beach. Fla.
HENRY H. HARDESTY. Mar.
Notice Several Hotel Positions Open Write!
The women's group of B'nai
B'rith Sholem Lodge held its
monthly meeting Tuesday eve-
ning at the Beach Y.
Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein gave
a complete report on the District
Convention recently held in At-
lanta.
Plans were formulated to
further enlarge the war service
program of the group. A com-
mittee was immediately formed
to start work on utility kits for
hospital ships.
Reports on the progress of the
Fifth War Loan drive were
made.
MIAMI CHAPTER 322, A.Z.A.
HAS ELECTION OF OFFICERS
JEWISH GUERILLA ESCAPEES
WIPE OUT 2.000 GERMANS
London (JTA)More than 2,-
000 German soldiers have fallen
before the guns of a group of
Jewish partisans who escaped
from the ruins of the Warsaw
ghetto last summer, it is report-
ed in a message from under-
ground sources received by the
Polish government-in-exile.
After hiding for three months
in the debris left after the Ger-
man assault on the ghetto, a
group of about 60 Jews evaded
the Nazi guards by swimming
through the city*s sewers, which
empty into the Vistula river.
Across the Vistula, the group
found a village where they were
given food and hand grenades
and told how they could obtain
further arms by attacking a
small German garrison nearby.
Election of officers of the Mi-
ami Chapter 322 of A.Z.A. took
place this month. Elected to
serve until December were: Ru-
bin Smulin, president; Irving
Pont, vice-president; Herbert
Katz, secretary; Eugene Hei-
man, treasurer; Eugene Arono-
vitz, chaplain; Bernie Saffer.
publicity chairman; Herman
Kaler, sergeant-at-arms; and Ed-
ward Somberg, assistant ser-
geant-at-arms.
The Chapter recently started
a Pan American bookshelf, and
books were forwarded to gov-
ernments of different countries.
Don McCloskey and Leonard
Covan. members of the Chapter,
were inducted into the armed
services this past week.
ROBOT BOMB STRIKES
HECHALUTZ BUILDING
London (JTA)Five members
of the Hechalutz were killed,
and three gravely injured, where
one of Hitler's robot bombs
struck a Hechalutz building;
somewhere in southern England.
Several other persons in the
building, which housed young
refugees receiving agricultural
training, were slightly injured.
The dead Chalutzim, two of
whom were girls, came to Eng-
land from Germany and Austria.
MIAMI BEACH YM & WHA
TO HAVE JULY 4TH PICNIC
The social committee of the
Miami Beach YM & WHA. un-
der the chairmanship of Sol
Levy, has completed all arrange-
ments for the all day member
ship picnic to be held on the "Y"
grounds July 4th.
The day's events were planned
to include all members of the
family. Games, contests and
swimming are on the program.
Lunch will be served by the or-
ganization.
Miss Lucille Schatzburg will
leave Sunday for a several
week's stay in New York and
vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Reisman and
son are spending a two week's
vacation visiting friends and
relatives in Atlanta.
BEACH Y HOME CAMP TO
HOLD SPECIAL PROGRAM
The Home Camp of the Miami
Beach Y.M. & W.H.A. will hold a
special Independence Day cele-
I bration Monday afternoon. July
j 3rd, at 2:30 o'clock. Parents and
i friends are invited to be present
to see the dramatic presentation,
written and staged in its entire-
ty by the campers.
Gordon Neil Gerson, son ol
Dr. and Mrs. George Gerson.
2106 S. W. Sixth Street, left foi"
Culver Military academy summer
camp, Culver, Ind, this week.
He was accompanied as far as
Chicago, 111., by his mother, who
will stay in that city for a few
days, returning here the first
week in July.
ALIA SaXTKK* <
tat relief for HWW.
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iullta", CaUWreaa,
ataasaler Palaa aad
Acid Indlastto.
nmr Drojitot
Ceatt and M Ceata
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Dr. MlUa Nenrlns far-
irrtuhiiMr. / wneiiio
ticca and usa onlyv
as directed.
KLEIN NAMED SURGEON OF
MIAMI BEACH LEGION POST
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer
and daughter, Patsy, returned to
the city Tuesday afternoon after
vacationing in the north.
Commander Dr. Maurice Klein
has named Dr. M. A. Kugcl sur-
geon of the Miami Beach post
of the American Legion.
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
Mrs. Morris A. Kaufman. 529
Michigan avenue, left for Provi-
I dence. R. I., where she will visit
| her son, William. After spend-
i ing a few weeks there, she will
go to Boston for a short stay with
her daughter, Mrs Minna Langer,
! returning home about Aug. 1.
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+Jewlsti rkrkiton
-* 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
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 30, li44
TAMMUZ 9, 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 26
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
-TIDBITS FROM EVER
S22J22**T
fMctfy Gongidentlol
-3y PHINEAS J. BIRON-
Sc.ii!>' vagrant facts from a
cluttered desk: "Men Must Hate',
by Sigmund Livingston, chair-
man of the Anti-Defamation
League for ever thirty years, is
a must en your reading list. The
book treats with the complex
subject of anti-Semitism in sim-
ple, precise style. Buy a copy
not only for yourself, but to pre-
sent to your neighbor. If your
nearest bookshop dues not have
the book available, call this of-
fice Your director is grati-
fied to find that practically a"
YOU SHOULD KNOW____
Father Charles E. Coughlin is telling his intimnt
expects to make an important speech on a nati i ^
in the near future Don't let anybody tell wHITa "*
Klux Klan is dead ... Just check up on "The KevI > Ku
"Tk e-y 0ne Patriotic
THE RIGHT STEP
Of interest is the reported possibility of a merqer of the two
c,...i_____. bouthwest bynagogues. Divided originally because of outside |ot.;,i incidents arc being report-
interference and political differences, leaders of both groups I<1 to this office. It helps, not
,, ,, I only because the ADL is the one
are to oe commended tor their present efforts in trying to re-(agency in the community exper-
unite these two religious institutions. Notable is the fact that ienced
both of these groups are in good financial circumstances and trends.
making individual progress. Therefore, the contemplated mer-
ger is not one of necessity, but a task that is being undertaken
for the betterment of the institutions and the community.
Oft repeated, and yet always in order as an admitted state-
ment of fact, is the axiom, "In Unity There is Strength." When | not only a hard worker but also
men are dying and blood is shed daily to preserve Unity on | Sf thafhefp" And?"
a World scale, how fitting and proper is it that every one of us
contribute on a small scale towards the strengthening of our
own homes and fortresses.
f work, but
i incidei
The only way we can
devise a corrective program is
when we know the facts Con-
gratulations to Louis Heiman,
who is doing a bang-up job as
chairman of the B'nai B'rith
Fifth War Bond Drive. Lou is
And here's a toast to Sol Gold-
strom. whose life apparently is
devoted to civic causes. Sol and
A lien berg, the genial host
Atx
In every merger there must be a degree of give and take. | &%SSS&rtT&Ttf
formation of a business nun's
committee on Miami Beach to
provide hospitality for the re-
turning service men This
week your director received word
that four cities. Brooklyn. Kan-
sas City. Portland and Seattle
are planning Clergy Institutes
based on the one conducted in
Miami last April Are the
Jews- playing their part in the
War Effort? When you hear some
one imply to the contrary, be
prepared with the facts. You can
get the facts and literature at
this office This department
herewith expresses a cordial
welcome and best wishes to the
new executive director of Fed-
eration, Joe Rose.
With the leaders of the Southwest congregations already cog-
nizant of this, as evidenced by their actions, we look forward,
very shortly, to the announcement of this accomplished merger.
LEND A HAND
Action taken by a group of leading civic minded men of
this area last week in planning additional assistance to the
returning service men is to be commended. Any steps that
can be taken to implement the service and courtesies given to
the servicemen returning from far-flung battle fronts is not only
proper, but our duty. Every consideration must be given these
men who have lived a life time in a few years of war. These
considerations must be rendered at civilian inconvenience and
sacrifice. These men have risked their lives and made sacri-1
fices, many above and beyond the call of duty. Not enough BEACH ZIONISTS HAVE
can be said or done to assist in this deserving and all-important FINAL MEET OF YEAR
morale building program.
Let each of us in our daily progress take upon ourselves, in
every way, large or small, to render courtesies to these re-
turnees.
Special discounts, extra service, hospitality, all mean little
The Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict held their final meeting of
the fiscal year at the home of
Leo Robinson, one of the board
01 directors, on Monday. June
>th. Alex Van Straaten. chair-
to us who reap the benefits and protection rendered by these | SSL^StfjnSS^^
ew mnbers had joined the
Miami Beach District during the
men. To them it means much.
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS
IN ANNUAL REPORT
! minstrel show
proceeds of
ward furnishing
' House at the University of Mi-
! ami.
Other activities included aid-
ing A.Z.A. in several of its pro-
iow is planned, the momr> of June, bringing the ros-
F which will ro to-1 ,r V'n lo 692 members. A goal
ishing the H11 1 e 1 f l$w members before the
The past year has seen the
growth of the Aleph Lamad Sa-
tnach Chapter of B.'nai B'rith ,,. n^.n. ,
2?- f into a smoothly functioning or-
ganization. Under the able
^nS^LP^5i;ilc^0h^";! Copter, A..ZA. with
Mrs. Milton Friedman, Mrs. Nat
Blumberg. and the new advisors.
annual Sabbath Night. The
girls furnished the Sigma Rho
Chapter, A..ZA, with a service
flag. A committee of members
helped in making housing ar-
Mrs. Rosenstock and Mrs. Feld-: rangements for-The AzTrnn'
man fh* orrum fc = c c.~,*..ll.. I n7- "enlS IOr lhe A.^.A. COn-
man. the group has successfully
hurdled the problems that have
arisen.
A. L. S. has become extreme-
ly war-conscious during the past
year, and a majority of projects
have been in the field of war-
service. The whole club got en-
ergetically behind the bond drive
and was credited with selling
over five thousand dollars worth
of bonds. Enthusiasm reached a
new high when they undertook
the Russian War Relief project,
and filled twenty-five kits, far
exceeding the quota and also
contributed to the Red Cross
during its annual drive. Mem-
bers have been turning in a
steady stream of scrapbooks and
crossword puzzles for the ser-
vice men in the military hospit-
als in this area and a commit-
tee assisted in compiling a list
of local Jewish men and women
in the armed forces for use by
the Jewish paper here.
In March the club spent an af-
ternoon with the children in the
Cardiac Home, bringing them
candy, magazines, and enter-
tainment.
-, The A. L. S. belongs to the
Youth Council of the Y. M. H. A.
of Miami, which sought to co-or-
dinate the activities of the dif-
ferent youth groups, and the
members- took an active part in
the various projects of the coun-
cil, which included a pseudo
night club entertainment for the
Soung people, to help swell the
[arch of Dimes fund. In co-
operation with the B.B.G. Grand
Council of Greater Miami, a
vention here in December, and
the debating team won first
prize in the competition held at
this convention.
The A.L.S. has been honored
to have different visitors from
Bnai B'rith and the Auxiliary
during the past year.
Aleph Lamad Samach Chap-
ter hopes to continue many of
these projects during the com-
ing year, and to broaden its
scope as much as possible.
WEISS IS PRESIDENT OF
BEACH CIVIC LEAGUE
Sidney S. Weiss was elected
president of the Civic League of
Miami Beach at its annual elec-
tion held at the Y. M. & y HA
RoaMdiaI2stBweehk.at Na UnCO,n
Other officers eelcted were-
Samuel W. Shapiro, Vice- Pre
ftBB. Sigelbaum, Second
Vice-President; Dave Emrner
e^Sure^^ *
ward Roth Harry Sirki'n. Charles
S-Jobm. Harry Zukernick. *
The installation of officers will
take place at a banquet lo be
held at the Club Bali on SunH
evening. July 2nd. 1944 V
Plans were discussed for the
close of the year has been set.
Matthew Silverstein. secretary
of this committee, emphasized
strongly the necessity of a Unit-
ed Jewry, great in numbers,
commensurate with our popula-
tion, if we are to accomplish tin-
abrogation of the White Paper
and the fulfillment of the Bal-
?L Declaration, with respect
to the establishment of a Jewish
Commonwealth in Palestine.
the Fifth Victory War Bond
Drive, reported that half of the
quota of $500,000 of war bonas
Lm;eRbnCaCnhSSld thro"*h ^e Mi'
I B,ea/m Zionist District, and
is confident of successfully con-
cluding the quota before 8?c
drive is over.
REp^'VC Difector Adelbert
B- Freedman. of the Southeast-
ern Regional office of Atlanta
pre\entlddenbybD0rk ff^
to Uo Robinson,' for o*UUnd
JSF&arendered durin S
cenTro?J^-w-Xe^
hLnn0rtae/n Ita'y has already
been confiscated by the Na/i
controlled MussoliniwSSrttSr
ernment, the Nai t. k v
news service rejom Transocean
rcDort tKo been mstructed to
andln & Prince Xm^'
Jewish apartments 2 ^na
taken over to hoSie rg^S^
Society," "The Sons of America" and "The SoV .N
and you will find the "retired" Klansmen loseohp **'"
pamphlet, "Lotions of Love," is a piece of smear litaLramp'1
voted in its entirety to the "destruction" of Walter w l e de-
And after you read Kamp's diatribe you will sav "M eU--
to Walter" Kamp. incidentally, fa being financed^ PS
known Fascists and anti-Semitic biggiea Senato TV 5*
Bilbo of Mississippi reached the lowest depths of faJ i 0re
in his address on the Senate floor the other day j!01er<"Ke
ing remarks against Secretary Morgenthau, Bernard W
and Dr. Stephen S. Wise recalled the heydey ^SwiSHl
eloquence ... J"i justice'
LESSON IN BROTHERHOOD....
When Jan Masaryk, the Czechoslovakian statesman .
admitted to this country on his current visit, reoorts SJ2
Van Devander he had lo go through the usuafTlSS
procedure He was handed a form which he had toffoS
with all sorts of personal information When Masarvk mm
to the item "race" on the form he looked thoughtful for a !
ment. and then wrote simply: "Human" "But Mr MasarvT"
protested the immigration officer, "That isn't what the question
means You come from Czechoslovakia; why don't vou write
Czechoslovakian'? Whereupon Masaryk replied- Th
Czechoslovakia^ aren't a race They are just a national-
ity, made up of Czechs, Slovaks and many other peoples
I am a Czechoslovakian by nationality, but I belong to the
human race" And, believe it or not, that entry was permit.
ted to stand on the records, and remains there as a uniaiie of.
formation of the brotherhood of man. ...
READERS' GUIDE....
P-L-E-A-S-E don't miss the pleasure of reading Upton Sin-
clair's "Presidential Agent" It's the best novel yet written on
our times ... Its exposure of the Ncnri-Fascist pre-war intrigue
is more educational than any history book ... A book to look
out for is Ray Josephs' "Argentine Diary," which is to be pub-
lished before very long "Must Men Hate?" is the title of
Sigmund Livingston's book on anti-Semitism.
DID YOU?...
Did you know that the last operatic role in which the late
Enrico Caruso appeared was the part of Eleazer in Halevy's
"La Juive"? ... So, at least we're told by Maurice Frank, who
presented that opera at Madison Square Garden on Flag Day,
and who says that Caruso once told him that he found "La
Juive" deeply moving And did you know that Arthur
Szyk, whose anti-Fascist caricatures, painted in his inimitable
style, are creating a sensation, has thirty-eight of his paintings
hanging in President Roosevelt's Hyde Park library? These
paintings are a series of miniatures depicting the history of
the American Revolution, and were presented to FDR by the
President of Poland in 1935 .
ABOUT PEOPLE_____
The embassy" of the Hebrew Committee of National
Liberation is being furnished in grand style ... An admirer
of the Committee, an interior decorator by profession, is volun-
teering his services, which are worth a minimum of $36,000
Winchell's latest is the remark that since D-Day Hitler has
been known on Broadway as the Atlantic Wallflower ... But
we won't let him sit this one out Screen star Edward G.
Robinson, who has a fluent command of half a dozen or more
languages, may soon be leaving for England to broadcast for
the OWI, bringing the message of America to the polyglot
European continent Libby Holman, Cincinnati's gift to
Broadway, is being mentioned for the role of Sadie Thompson
in the new musical version of "Rain" Louis Adlon, scion
of the Berlin clan that used to own the famed Hotel Adlon, has
been playing bit parts on the screen and radio for some time
now, but Anally made the headlines when he married Rose
Davies, sister of Marian, whom you may remember as a saeen
star of the silent era. .
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS____
We hope you didn't miss the 64-dollar series of questions
and answers popular in the Danish schools these days, but
just in case, we'll reproduce it for you ... It goes like this: Q.
What is said when a child continually steals? A: That's a
mania Q. And when an adult continually steals? A. Klep-
tomania Q. And when an entire nation continually steals.
A. That's Germania. .
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Serving Fine
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Delicious Sandwiches
Dairy Dishes
Hot Plates
Home-Made Pastries
Also Box Lunches and
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)Ay, JUNE 30, 1944
^Jenislifkriartcin
PAGE FIVE
ITS NOW OR NEVER. AMERICA!
you must do more than over before!
Hi's COMB back from the
bloody battle of Tarawa.
He's faced death every moment
of the way. Will be say, "I've
done my part I'm through."? Of
course not! For he is an Ameri-
can fighting man. He'll go back
again and againuntil tht job it
finished. .A
Your job isn't finished yet,
either. Four times America has
ajked you to do something */ra
Jn War Loan Drives-and four
times you have responded mag-
nificently. But now the quota is
bigger-because the fighting job
Is bigger! You must do more
than ever before in the 5th wax
LOAN drivi. DoubU your usual
extra War Bond purchases.'
Triple them, if you can! Send
your dollars out to finish tbtjob!
Back'tieMac*/- BUY MORE THAN BEFORE
B'NAI BRITH SPONSORS
TWO SUBMARINE CHASERS COSTING $1,000,000 EACH
one by citizens of Miami Beach and one by citizens oi Miami. Help us reach
our quota by buying your WAR BONDS THROUGH B'NAI B'RITH AT
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH
FTRST NATIONAL BANK
MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS &
LOAN ASSOCIATION
B'NAI B'RITH OFFICE
330 SEYBOLD BLDG.
Phone 3-6306
B'NAI B'RITH
SOLD BONDS
But the Job Is
Not Finished
KEEP PLUGGING 'TILL
IT'S OVER!
Sell and Buy Bonds
Only Admission to
WATER CARNIVAL, DANCE
and ENTERTAINMENT
at the
SEA GULL POOL AND CABANA CLUB
21st St. at the Ocean, Miami Beach
Hotel Evans Family
Tuesday Evening, July 4th
7:30 to Midnight
Sponsored by B'nai B'rith War Bond Drive
ADMISSION BY WAR BOND PURCHASE ONLY
B'NAI B'RITH BOND
BOOTH
In Front oi
STEVEN'S WOMENS' APPAREL
45 E. Flagler St.
In Charge of A. Z. A. and
B'nai B'rith Girls
Support the Fifth War Loan and Spur the Invasion!
HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS
76 N. W. 14th Street
LUBY CHEVROLET CO.
1055 W. Flagler Street
SIMCO SHOES FOR MEN
1317 Washington Avenus
STEVENS MARKET
2201 N. W. 62nd Street
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
361 S. W. 8th Street
HALPERT'S CREDIT JEWELERS
MO N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI IRON & METAL CO.
2461 N. W. 32nd Avenue
WILLIAM D. SINGER
7tl 6*ta System. Inc. 6 S. W. 2nd Ave.
JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP
74 N. E. 20th Strest
KUBBY HOUSE
106 N. Miami Avenus
NORTON TIRE CO.
500 W. riegler Strest
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS
& LOAN ASS'N.
EAST COAST FISHERIES
360 W. Flaglsx Strest
GEORGE BERTMAN. REAL ESTATE
420 Lincoln Rosd. Miami Beech, Fla.
JEAN'S CANDY SHOPPE
212 Collins Avenus. Miami Beech
SAMUEL LIPTON
MARKOWITZ BROS., PLUMBERS
326 West Flagler Street
LEONARD BARR
STANDARD WINE & SPIRITS
47 N. W. 5th Strest
MAXWELL FURNITURE CO.
1035 N. Miami Avenus
DUNHILI/S MENS' SHOP
115 N. E. 1st Street
RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM
DR. SANEL BEER1366 N. W. 7th Street
MIAMI MILLWORK & LUMBER CO.
535 N. W. 11th Street
WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES
1701 Alton Road, Miami Beach

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PALM BEACH NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shcir of
726 Flamingo Drive, left Wed-
nesday to spend the remainder
of the summer at their home in
Brighton, Mass. Mr. Sheir takes
quite an active part in the Cong.
Beth El, and often assists with
the services.
Rabbi and Mrs. M. Greenstein
and children left Sunday for
their summer vacation. The rabbi
will attend a rabbinical assembly
in New York, and will then go to
Steubenville. O., to visit his par-
ents and join Mrs. Greenstein,
who preceded him there.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and
children, Ethel and Sammy, will
leave for Philadelphia and the
Catskill Mountains for the sum-
mer. ______
Mrs. Maurice Dickson and
children, Joy and Sandier, are
leaving for Massachusetts to
spend an extended vacation
with Mrs. Dickson's mother.
This will be their first trip North
in several years. Mr. Dickson
will remain here.
Mrs. M. Schrebnick was among
those participating m a late sea-
son Red Cross drive.
Mrs. Marie Blumberg. 45th
Street, has left for New York.
Cpl. Sally Freedman. WAC.
stationed in England. announces
the engagement of her daughter.
Miss Marjone Harriet Freedman
629 Fern St.. and T'Sgt. Donald
E. Farrington. Marine Corps,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice C.
Farrington, 423 11th Street.
Miss Freedman was graduat-
ed from Palm Beach High school
with the class of 1941, and is as-
sociated with the Southern Uvll
Telephone and Telegraph Com-
pany.
Sgt Farrington enlisted m the
Marine Corps ill May, 1941. and
has just returned from 21 months
service in the South Pacific. He
is now resting at San Diego, Cal.
and will come to Florida for a
leave before being reassigned to
active dutv.
Miss Freedman is the grand-
daughter of Mrs. Sarjan.
OBITUARIES
Sidney Pepper and Charles
Wax have been assigned to the
Naval forces.
Pfc. Joseph Schrebnick writes
from Italy that American Jew-
ish boys were able to attend ser-
vices on Shevuoth, and thai on
Pesach, matzoth were available.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ruder were
recent visitors.
SAMUEL BURSTEIN
Samuel Bui stein, 57. of 1390
Ocean drive. Miami Beach, died
June 19 in Mississippi. He had
been **r*!jident of Miami Beach
for 'hi- iwst six years He is
Survived bj his Wife, Hose. Ser-
vices were conducted Thursday
at 4:30 p. m. at the City ceme-
tery by American Legion Post
No! 85. of which he was a mem-
ber.
MORRIS A. GOLDFINGER
Morris A. Goldfinger, 78. of
233 N. E. Fifth street, died in
New York City Thursday while
visding his daughter Mrs. Hen-
rietta Rubin. A retired merchant
he had been a Miami resident for
10 vears. In addition to his
| daughter he leaves three sons
Isidor, Henry and Percy, tour
grandchildren, and two great
Srandchildren, all of Miam^Se*:
vnes were held in the chapel of
Gordon Funeral Home. Monday.
RaKi Simon April officiating.
NANKIN
Mrs. Etta Nankin. 75 rcs'dmg
at 315 N. E. 1st St.. Ft. Lauder-
dale passed away Wednesday
after a brief illness. The mother
of a prominent Miami shoe mer-
chant, she came to Ft. Lauder-
dale 14 years ago from Albany,
Ga. Surviving her are her hus-
iband. Hams, three sons Max.
Of Miami; Louis, of Del Ray.
Morris, of Ft. Laudcrdale and
two daughters, Mrs. H. Fried-
lander, of Lake Wales and Mrs.
Lew Skar of Lauderdale. Fun-
eral services were held fnjrn the
Palmer Funeral chapel Thurs-
! ! off of Beth Jacob officiating.
FOX
Belle Fox. age 42. 2194 S. W.
17th St.. passed away at her
home. June 21st. after a brief
illness. Surviving are her hus-
band, Sain, a son, J. Leonard; a
daughter, Eleanor Dm is. and a
sister. Frances Sch.x-nberger.
Service- wen- held Friday
from the Gordon Funeral Chap-
el. Interment was in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
Carl Weinkle has left for Hen-
dersonville, N. C, where he will
join his family.
Maurice Croinci has returned
to the city after a visit to New
York.
Buy War Bonds Today
His patriotism is written in
TOUrS is written on every Bond you buy
in.h.52! WAR I0AN !
THE stepping stones to victory
are red with blood of Ameri-
can heroes. Tarawa Salerno
. Cassino. Their 'patriotism '
written in blood.
Your patriotism is written on
every Bond you buy in this vital
5 th War Loan. Your name on a
War Bond means you're behind
our invasion troops.
Help hasten the day of Vic-
tory by investing in extra War
Bonds now. Invest in more than
you've ever purchased before
Invest $100, $200, $300, $400.
Those who can, must invest
thousands of dollars.
For this is the biggest job
we've ever had to do. We can't
fail our fighting men as they
plunge into the biggest and
bloodiest struggle of all.
WELCOME THE VICTORY VOLUNTEER)
whtn they tell Is tell you about War sends
5th war loan
GOULD-BERKELEY
CONSTRUCTION
PERUVIAN TEWS TO FORM
A JEWISH CENTRAL BODY
Lima (WNS)The Jewish
community of Peru is now con-
ducting a census of the Jewish
population which, when complet-
ed will become'the basis for a
central Jewish body which will
be authorized to represent and
speak in the name of the Peruv-
ian Jews.
The central organization is ex-
pected to convoke a congress to
discuss general Jewish problems
arising from the war, and to ex-
press the attitude of Peruvian
Jewry on the question of the es-
tablishment of a Jewish National
Homeland in Palestine.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
>AY. JUNE 30,
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
DRINK PLENTY OF
CPTripiirc
Water
DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME
9-GALLO* BOTTLE .... 60c
CASE OF SIX N
TABLE BOTTLES.......15c
Plus Bortl* Deoosit
PHONE 2-4128
THRIFTY!
0NE-A-DAY
Vitamin A and D Tab
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Circuit Court of Dade County, FV
B. H I'AI.MER
6/9-16-23-30 7 71' '' ""
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the undei-siisn.-i. desiring to tana
In hiiHlriAHs under the fb-tltlous nice
of HOTKI. I.KTUolT Intend, t,
rettister the said name with tbi
clerk of the Circuit Court of DUi
County, Florida
MAI KICK LEFCOE
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Attorneys for PetitlOMn
6/23-30 7/7-14-21
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cayne Drainage District Tax Cattf-
loate No :u issued the let day d
June, A. D, I'M.', h:i filed u u
my office, and has mads appllcsUts
for ii tux deed to be Issued therein.
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Ihk described pi ipert; In the i'.>iisu
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or less, in the County "f Da*
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name <>f. n i' Fountain.
Unless said certificate, shall tw rt-
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the hliheal bidder si the i ouri
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cause night blindness, may lessen,
resistance to infection of the nose,
throat, eyes, ears and sinuses.
Vitamin D is necessary to enable
the body to make use of the cjrfcium
and phosphorus in our food.
Insure your minimum requirement*
of these two important Vitamins, by
taking a ONB-A-DAY Vitamin A
and D Tablet every day.
Economical 50* or last par
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Convenient you take only one
tablet a day.
Wrasantchildren actually Ilk*
the taste and so will you.
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Get them at your drug store. *
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within
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1944
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r 01 The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ut Keep i Record of Our Men in Service
PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
PARADE!
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Cpl. Bernard N. Goldstein, 31,
of Columbus, O. Somewhere in
Italy. He is recuperating in an
army field hospital. Received
the Purple Heart.
M Esther M. Levy leaves
i J io,-k tot Fort Oglethorpe.
IjSJTwhere she will take her
L^trannK as a member of
f WACS She has been very
^ in the USO on the Beach.
foTlSdi cSS Service and
afnv other activities. It is hoped
!ffshe wl'e returned to the
Kistrfbution Center after her
basic training._____
T Sat Samuel H. Glasser has
Ltunwd from nine months m
"European area His mother.
Mr, Ida Glaaser, lives at 1780
11 W. 12th St._____
Corp. Louis P. Rotfort. 2951 S.
! w 1st Ave., is back from 16
months In the European war
Z[ and is visiting his sister.
Mrs. Jean Phillips.
Tech. Sgt. Philip Kuperberg.
iMfl Meridian Avenue, has been
awarded the Oak Leaf Cluster
for his work as aerial radio oper-
ator from Dec. 11 to 17. 1943. in
the South Pacific.
Tech. Sgt. Nathan S. Etkins.
836 S. W Sixth Street, has been
awarded the Air Medal for out-
standing service while participa-
ting in an aerial flight near New
Hanover Island in the Southwest
Pacific.
Capt. Bentley H. Knobel, sta-
tioned at Hill Field. Ogden. Utah.
has arrived by plane for a visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Knobel, 2900 Sheriden
Avenue, Miami Beach.
Cpl. Samuel Fine. 21, of Phil-
adelphia. In Sicily. While rid-
ing in a truck that hit a land
mine. Purple Heart.
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian. the
daily press and national
publications. Send original
or copies of these letters to
the Army-Navy Committee.
Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk are. what
they are seeing and doing.
Flight Officer Norman S. Ro-
len, 1215 Meridian Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, received his naviga-
tor wings and commission at re-
cent graduation exercises at Sel-
man Field, La.
C. A. ZWITMAN SPEAKS
AT CLERGY MEETING
Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman,
on leave of absence from Tem-
ple Israel, Miami, and now sta-
tioned at Fort Monmouth, N. J.,
spoke in a chaplain's program
presented by chaplains of the
Army and Navy at the annual
convention of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis at
Cincinnati, Ohio, June 24.
Lt. Frederick Gardner, 24, of
New York City, veteran of more
than 100 missions as a fighter
pilot with the 13th Air Force
Command in the Southwest Pa-
cific, wears the Air Medal, the
Silver Leaf Cluster, and five Oak
Leaf Clusters. Participating in
the Munda and Bougainville op-
erations, flying protection for the
heavy bombers, Lt. Gardner after
a year of aerial combat is now
home on furlough. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Gard-
ner of 115 Central Park West.
Pvt. Benjamin Press. First
Class, U. S. Marine Corps, 26, of
Southampton, L. I., has been
awarded the Silver Star for gal-
lantry in action during the
epochal battle of Tarawa last
year. Pvt. Press and a fellow-
gunner, Pfc. R. W. Graves, of
California, wiped out a Japanese
suicide squad that was trying
to blow up a Marine tank. It
was Pvt. Press' baptism of fire.
He and Pvt. Graves were cover-
ing the advance of their rifle
company as it moved across an
airport after landing on the fur-
iously contested island. For hours
on end they stuck to their gun,
keeping abreast of their moving
company mates, "gaining and
holding fire superiority against
a stubborn and persistent
enemy."
Pfc. Philip Scharf. Medical
Corps, 23, Bridgeport, Conn. In
the landing at Casablanca.
Pfc. Irving Rudin. 24, of New
York City. Wounded in the right
leg, somewhere in Italy.
Pfc. Karlton Israel. 26, of New
York City. In Italy, while serv-
ing with an anti-aircraft unit.
Lt. Herman Goodman, 22, of
Jamaica, N. Y.. one of three
brothers in service, has been
awarded the Distinguished Fly-
ing Cross. He is the son of Mrs.
Rose Goodman of 145-02 South
Road.
Sgt. Julius Katz. 21, of New
York City, has been awarded the
Distinguished Flying Cross for
"courageous service in combat"
in New Guinea. In service a
year and a half, Sgt. Katz has
been affiliated with the Hebrew
Institute of University Heights
and was a student at Brooklyn
College before joining the Air
Corps.
Pfc. IsaacHazan, 29, of Brook-
lyn. Suffered leg wounds by
shrapnel at Salerno. Purple
Heart.
KILLED IN ACTION
Pvt. Sam Zelinsky, 26. of
Brooklyn. At Cassino. Posthum-
ously awarded the Purple Heart.
Sgt. Arthur J. Spicas. 22. of
New York City. He was radio
operator on a bomber which was
forced down over Heliogland,
Germany.
Pvt. Henry Rudolph. 33, of the
Bronx. Somewhere in Italy.
Pvt. Seymour L. Tratner, 23.
of Chicago. Somewhere in Italy.
Pfc. Paul Shapiro, 20, of Hart-
ford, Conn., medical corpsman.
On Bougainville.
Seaman First Class Victor Rie-
gel. 25, of New York City. Some-
where at sea.
Pvt. Aaron Seidman, 26, of
Brooklyn. During the invasion
of Sicily. Seidman is now at An-
zio Beachhead.
Coxswain David Goldstein, 28.
of Cleveland, O. Goldstein was
navy gunner on a merchant ship
torpedoed at Bari Harbor, off
the Italian coast. Hurled into
the water by the concussion of
the explosion, he carried three
men to safety despite his own
wounds.
Pvt. Joseph Sadowsky, 23, of
Thomasville, Ga. Wounded dur-
ing an advance on an enemy
position somewhere in Italy.
Lt Stanley Greehouse, 24. of
the Bronx, who holds the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross, the Sil-
ver Star, ana the Air Medal, is
now back in the United States
following 4G combat missions
against the Japanese in the South
Pacific as bombardier on an
Army Liberator. His craft was
known as Big Chief because its
pilot, Leaford Bearskin, is an
Indian from Oklahoma. The Big
Chief took part in American as-
saults against Rabual, Lae. Han-
sa Bay, Madang, New Guinea,
Cape Gloucester, Arawc and Ra-
baul.
Lieut. Leonard J. Mendelson,
22, of the Bronx, Flying Fortress
bombardier participating in the
assault on Europe, holds the Air
Medal, four Oak Leaf Clusters
and a Commendation, but it is the
commendation which makes him
a hero to his shipmates.
Capt. Mason Trupp. 32, of Bal-
timore, is the recipient of the
Soldier's Medal for rescuing,
twice within a few minutes, oc-
cupants of flaming bombers
which had crashed on take-off
at a U. S. base in India. A spe-
cialist in neuro-surgery, Capt.
Trupp is on duty with the Army
Medical Corps as flight surgeon.
Lt. Edward Spits. 27, of Brook-
lyn, navigator aboard the Flying
Fortress "Heaven Can Wait" has
completed 25 missions in the Big
League of Aerial Combat and has
returned to his home wearing
the Distinguished Flying Cross,
the Air Medal and three Oak
Leaf Clusters. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spitz of 663
E. 92nd St.
Fill Out This Coupon and MaU To "WAR RECORDS." Army-
Navy Committee, cVo P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida
Capt. Charles Sadowsky, 35. of
New York City, previously listed
in the Honor Roll, when he was
still a private, last week was
awarded the Legion of Merit for
his contributions t o fighter
pilots' gunnery efficiency. "As
training equipment engineer with
the New York Fighter Wing Gun-
nery School,' the War Depart-
ment citation of Capt. Sadowsky
says, "he utilized his knowledge
of photography, bore-sighting and
aerial gunnery to make valuable
written and mechanical contri-
butions to gunnery problems fac-
ing the fighter pilot."
Pvt. Sidney Shapiro, 25. of
Brooklyn. Somewhere in Tun-
isia.
Sgt. Solomon Chaikin, 22. of
Baltimore, Md. Somewhere in
Italy.
Lieut. Harry J. Garber, 27. of
the Bronx, N. Y. While serving
as navigator aboard a Flying
Fortress in a raid on Kiel.
Pvt. Ralph Harris, 23, of Zanes-
ville, O., infantryman in service
two years, was injured in the
North African theatre. Several
uncles and cousins served in the
last war.
Pvt. Granum Chernoff. 22. of
Kansas City, Mo. Somewhere in
Italy.
Pvt. Irvin David Nidetch, 28,
USMC, of Brooklyn. He was shot
by a Jap sniper during a landing
in the Marshails while attempt-
ing to reach a wounded comrade.
Lieut. David Lipten, 27, of the
Bronx, Army Air Forces navi-
gator. His plane was shot down
while on a mission over Roum-
ania.
Lieut. Morris S. Friedman, 23,
of Bethlehem, Pa. In a bomb-
ing mission over Germany. He
had been looking forward to see-
ing his son born a few weeks
before his death.
T/Sgt. Morris N. Kats. 32. of
Brooklyn, radio operator and top
turret gunner on a B-24 bomber,
lost his life while returning from
a mission over enemy occupied
territory in China.
Pvt. Julius L. Dranoff, 20. of
New York City. Somewhere in
Italy.
Storekeeper First Class Irving
F. Diamond. USN, of Chicago.
Somewhere at sea.
Pfc. Samuel Goldberg. 35. of
Rochester, N. Y., serving with
I the Army Engineers, was wound-
ed in the invasion of Sicily.
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Street
City
State
Birthplace_____.
Civilian Occupation..
Date Entry
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City State
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Branch of Service________
Full name of nearest kin._
Relationship_________Address___
Information Transmitted by_____
Telephone number_______________
Date
.Discharged
Rank or Rating.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. RBTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. w. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec.
Executive Committee)
Mn. Max Oobrin. Ben B. Goldman,
Maunice Grossmen, Leula Helman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitx, Alex-
ander F. M*Uer, at Both. Fred
Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph
Stein, Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl
Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
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INVASION
By Pvt. William Herx
William Herz, a refugee from
Germany, was killed in action in
Italy at the age of 19. Attached
to his last letter to his parents
came the following poem describ-
ing the invasion of Italy. If the
English in the poem strikes you
as slightly foreign, remember tha1
William Herz did not live in the
country he died for long enough
to learn the lauguage thorough-
ly.
Like so many thousands of
other refugees in America, the
Herz family was assisted by the
National Refugee Service, a con-
stituent agency of the United
Jewish Appeal.
Dark is the night, rolling the sea.
No sign of light from Italy.
We come nearno whisper be
heard.
But many an ear waits for the
word .
Grim-faced Yanks checking their
watches.
While silently letting down
hatches.
Zero Hour!
Rifle belts tightening .
machine guns and mortar ...
Feet sliding swiftly into the
water
Soldiers: One Nation: step into
the sea.
This is the invasion of Italy;
Night dies away .
The sun sends new light.
Now with a flash bullets are fly-
ing
Bombs start to crash, soldiers are
dying.
Soldiers lie wounded drenched
with rain.
Many are praying and crying
with pain.
Machine guns spit, grenades sail.
Acks-acks boom, bridges are
blown.
The Yanks keep fighting, we
don't know retreat.
Onward and forward through
thick and thin
Till the war is won ... till we
take Berlin.
Ensign Kay Kopl Vesole. 30.
of Davenport, Iowa, a lawyer in
civilian life, was killed in com-
bat off the coast of Italy while
in command of a merchant ship
gun crew.
Pfc. Bernard Babisky. 20. of
Cleveland, O. Babisky was
wounded in action in Italy on
November 5. He went back into
action, was wounded again on
February 5. He died of his
wounds on February 7. He was
awarded the Purple Heart, which
has been forwarded to his fam-
ily.
Sgt. Herman H. Cummins. 21.
of Baltimore, has been killed in
action in the Southwest Pacific
area.
Pvt. Bernard Davidow, 21. of
Youngstown, O., attached t o
Chemical Warfare Service, has
lost his life in action in Italy.
Pfc. Martin Flaum. 20, of Syra-
cuse, N. Y., member of a Marine
Corps raider battalion, has been
killed in action.
Ensign Harry Horwits, 49, of
Chicago, a Naval veteran of
World War I, was killed in ac-
tion at sea.
Lt. Herbert Bloom, 23, of Jer-
sey Cit, Air Force bombardier
taking part in the concentrated
Allied attack on German-held
Europe, lost his life on a mission
over the Reich recently. He has
been posthumously awarded the
Purple Heart.
INVASION PRAYER
By Anna R. Berow
Merciful Father
May our Invasion Forces now at
work,
Speedily liberate the world from
the tyrant's yoke.
Shield and protect our army and
that of our Allies
In thistheir hour of strife.
And imbue them with the Elixer
of life
O God, lead them to victory over
the forces of evil
And make those responsible for
world destruction
To pay in full the bill.
Hear our prayers, God of Mercy
and Love,
And send your divine blessing
and help
From Your mighty realm .above.
Let Your will be known far and
wide.
That the forces of Satan cannot
long abide.
And before the enemy fires his
next shell.
Hurl him and his hosts
Down to deepest fiery Hell.





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'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
-by-
M ARX FEINBERG
RlDAY,nJNE
First, let me thank Milton
Friedman for carrying on the
duties of this column during my
absence. For those who are in-
terested, I remained in Atlanta
approximately ten days after the
convention to pick up loose ends
left by the Miami delegation.
Believe me, there were plenty of
ends.
Most of the impressions made
at the convention and brought
back with the delegation will be
presented to you at the meet-
ing Tuesday night, which will
take place before this column
goes to press. However, if it was
not your pleasure to attend this
meeting, I will point out some
of the highlights next week.
At the present time the Lodge
is engaged in the largest bond
drive yet undertaken. I am ad-
vised by Brother Lou Heiman
that the total bond sales to date
are approximately $1,125,000. As
they say in Guadalcanal, "this
ain't hay." Last Friday at noon
a bond rally was held in front of
Stevens Dress Shop at 45 East
Flagler at which time $600,000 in
bonds were sold. The booth in
front of this shop has been
turned over to the A. Z. A. and
the B'nai B'rith Girls Commit-
tees for the continued sale of
bonds during the drive and
members of those organizations
will man the booth exclusively
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In furtherance of our bond
sale effort, a gigantic and ex-
clusive social affair will be held
on the night of July 4th at the
Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club
at 21st and Ocean Drive. The
Evans brothers who have always
been good lodge members as
well as cooperative workers,
have donated the exclusive use
of the entire club and pool to
the Lodge for this occasion and,
in addition to swimming, there
will be a dance orchestra for
music and dancing. aquatic
events and a contemplated bath-
ing beauty contest. Delicious
refreshments will be served and
the entire membership is invited
to attend, the admission being a
bond purchase regardless of de-
nomination. This affair prom-
ises to be the most entertaining
of the past two years and it
should remind certain old line
members of a like party about
four years ago which was such
an outstanding success that it is
still being referred to as the
ideal social for the Lodge.
Brother Sol Goldstrom and
Mrs. Ruth Glatt ;.re co-chair-
men for the Beach and Brother
Nat Roth and Mrs. Harry Gor-
don are co-chairmen for Miami.
A lot of work is being expend-
ed for the success of this affair
and if you fail to attend it will
It your own loss. Don't forget
I the dateJuly 4thand the
placeSea Gull Pool and Ca-
bana Club. You will be ap-
proached by committee mem-
bers who will present an admis-
sion ticket upon the purchase of
a bond.
If you have any further ques-
tions concerning this affair,
please call Brother Lou Heiman
as he is the man behind the
chair.
Since this seems to be a bond
column, I would like to call the
attention of the membership to
the fact that through the efforts
of Brother Morris Blum, the lo-
cal chapter of the International
Workers Order purchased $24,975
worth of bonds from B'nai
EI nth. This is a remarkable
effort and Brother Blum is to be
commended.
Brother Nat Roth has quietly
assumed a tremendous respon-
sibility in the bond drive and
too much credit cannot be given
him for his splendid work. The
bond committee has adopted
Morris Gerstein's slogan "Sup-
port the Fifth War Loan and
spur the Invasion." With this
slogan it seems inevitable that
the Lodge will not only reach,
but exceed its quota of S2.000.000
in bonds.
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
area are as follows.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.,
Miami.: Friday evening services '!
t IS Saturday morning .it I 10 n<'-
l.row BchOOl daily to mum.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach: Friday evening services
at 7.1", o'clock: Saturday morning at
B:S0. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
si>.ak on "Our Statutes Kiliffloun
School, Monday through Friday I
a. in. to noon.
30,18
Notes Of
Y. M. H. A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative.
1415 Euclid Ave. Kabalaa Khabboa
Friday evening" at 7:15; Saturday
morning mtvU**'* .it \i Junior ser-
vices at 10:30 a. m. Shaloah Baudot
si i vii-Hs at 7:1 j p. in. to !> followed
by evening prayers
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Re-
form. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami:
Itrftular wrvlccs Friday evening at
I IS to l"- conducted by Isaac Levin.
a. Z. a. boys will give ihori program
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON.
GREGATION. Orthodox, 590 S. W.
17th Ave.. Miami: Services are m li.-.l -
uled for Friday al 7:15 p. m. and
Saturday at s m, and 7:11 i>. m.
Dally services at 1:30 a. m. and 7 :'.'>
p. in.
SCHAAREI ZEOEK CONGREGA-
TION. Orthodox. 1545 S. W. 3rd Ave.,
Miami: Frldav evening aervlcea at
7:15 Saturday combined aenlor and
Junior aervlcea at : a. m. Rabbi Si-
mon April's aubjeel for- dlacuaebw
will be "The Portion of the Week."
Study of the Bthlca of the Fathers to
be followed b) evening aervlcea Rl
7 !.". Hebrew School Jail) from lo
a m.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER, Con-
servative, 761 41st St.. Miami Beach:
Servlcea are acheduled for Friday
evening at 7:15; Saturday morning
aervlcea ill !>< held ..t 9:30,
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Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
(This column is aunducted by the
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cooperation with The Jewlnh Florld-
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the community of your organisation's
activities and to avoid conflicts In
dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for
"Community Calendar." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
Tueaday for publication that week.)
Monday. July 3
Jewish Study Group, ar.es 14 to 1$
sponsored by the Itureau of Jew-
ish Dducatlon in cooperution with
the Town V. |N7 s. W. 5th Si
7 in to i< p, m ; Ti'inide Israel Sis-
terhood. 12:3(1 p. m.
Tuesday. July 4
Adult study O rot in sponaored 1>\
itui.au of Jewish Education. Meach
j v < clock
Wednesday. July 5
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, noon; Workmen's Circle
Branch No. k2. vjo p. m regulai
membership meeting.
Thursday. July 6
Jewish Sour: Leaders Group spon<
aored by Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. Miami Beach Jewish Center.
> clock.
Monday. July 10
Jewish studies Qroup, ates II to is
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-'
lan ivducation in cooperation with
the Town Y. isl s. w. :.th St.,
:80 to July 4th Pageant
The Y Home Camp will give a
Eageant entitled "The Lamp of
iberty," depicting the part
Jewish people have played in the
wars of the United States. This
program will be presented Mon-
day afternoon, July 3. 1944. at 4
o'clock at the Y Building. 1567
S. W. 5th St.. Miami, and the
general public is invited and
urged to attend. I have been
informed that the young people
have put quite a bit of time and
effort into the preparation of
this affair and that it will be
worth while attending.
Journalism Group Formed
A journalism group has been
organized at the Y and Miss
Charlene Cootner has been se-
lected as editor. More details re-
garding this project will follow
soon.
Summer Program for Adults
Maurice Grossman, our execu-
tive director, has informed me
that the Y will shortly announce
a "Summer Program for Adults"
including picnics and light mu-
sicals. You may expect the an-
nouncement very soon.
s. 6. s.
The Home Camp is sending
out an S. O. S. to the member-
ship for the donation of the use
of two trucks for a Home Camp
picnic on some week day in the
near future. Many of our good
members have offered the use
of trucks for picnics on Satur-
days and Sundays, but we have
been unable to locate anyone
who can spare trucks on week-
days. Therefore, we are mak-
ing this appeal to the generosity
of the membership. If any of
you can spare one or two trucks
(or some week day, it will en-
able the Y to take the children
of the Home Camp on an all
day picnic and outing.
Community Center
I have written time and time
again about the desirability of
having a Community Center in
* nere a crying need _^
here and I believe it J*
time some action tm 35*
Won't some good puffi? JS"
citizens step forth and s2t2
project moving?
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ibJbewiviislh-IEIliDinidliiaun ^ %  T H E JEWISH UNITY CtMt THE FNX/<:M WEEKLY VOLUMTI^NUMBER 26 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS VOTE 10 NEUTRAL LARGE BOND SALES AT BEACH ARE REPORTED Cincinnati (JTA>-TJ Cent,i reference of American Rabb at Us annual convention this week voted to retain its position of neutrality with regard to Zionism. The session ratified the S of its committee on the President's message reading: "With regard to the American Jewish Conference's resolution on Palestine, we beg to state that the CCAR delefiates went to the conference umnstructed and were free to vote in accordance with then individual convictions. They, therefore, did not commit the Central Conference of American Rabbis to their point of view, and the CCAR's position on neutrality adopted in 1935 remains unimpaired. The committee on the President's message concurs in the action of the CCAK executive board in ratifying the other resolutions of the American Jewish Conference for which our delegates voted. The convention re-elected Solomon B. Freehof president; Abba Hillel Silver, vice-president; Harry S. Margolis, treasurer; Sidney L. Regner, financial secretary; and Isaac E. Marcuson. administrative secretary. Elected to the executive board until 1946 were Stanley R. Brav, Vicksburg; Abraham Feinstein, Chattanooga; Alan S. Green, Troy. N. Y.; Jacob Marcus, Cincinnati; Louis Witt, Dayton;'and Major Aryeh Lev. Washington. Rabbi Barnett Bnckner of Cleveland, and Samu'l S. Mayerberg of Kansas City. Mo., were named members of the board of governors for the next four years. Bonds sold and cleared through banking institutions at Miami Beach exceed $6,000,000 today, said Samuel T. Sapiro, Miami Beach chairman of War Finance committee. "And I can thank the active workers in the various groups and the buyers who supported them. We are all geared to the fight now, and wish to cross the $13,000,000 mark befote the drive closes." Many of the participating organizations are close to reaching their quotas. "All organizations join our 100% group," is Mr. Sapiro's request. "First, have every member available by letter or person, buy a bond—then have each member sell at least three bonds, and you are well along suscribing your pledge, and a full fledged member in the 100% club. Try it and you will agree this plan works wonders." AT BEACH JULY \ iT JENS FORCED TO LEIIE 01 El OE Washington (WNS)—In a bitter tirade against Rabbi Stephen S. Wise for having urged last week before a Congressional committee the creation of a permanent Fair Employment Practice Committee, Senator Theodore Bilbo of Mississippi declared that "Ra'bbi Wise is the ast men in the world who ought to be complaining against discrimination against minority wes when his nationality has ih^i. more consideration at ne hands of the present Adminwation than any other nationally in the United States." Bilbo's attack was occasioned ih \ motlon to strike out from bill appropriating funds for ST", 1 bUrt aUS the SUm 0f MW.00O allotted to the FEPC. ">e benate subsequently rejectee motion by a vote of 31 While Bilbo o MorVe nt h f ? Treasury Terny nancial "P crates the '.: Stockholm (JTA)—The official German news agency DNB this week reported from Budapest that an order has been issued there under which all Jews of the city will have "to live together' by June 30. Those Budapest Jews who have not yet moved from their homes into the recently established ghetto districts will have to arrange for '"voluntary moving" before the end of this month. The order specifies that no Jewish family can occupy more than one room and that all houses where Jews reside must have a "clearly visible, 30-centimeters-high, Star of David displayed at the front door." The Hungarian news service reports that four Protestant clergymen and one rabbi will be placed on trial on the charge that they jointly conspired to issue certificates of baptism to Jews in order to save them from the anti-Jewish laws. Rabbi Bende of Kispet, the rabbi involved, has allegedly admitted to the authorities that at his intervention the four clergymen issued the baptismal certificates to Jews without baptising them. LABOR GROUPS" WILL ESTABLISH^EMORIAL New York (JTA)—A dinner marking the forthcoming founding of an agricultural settlement in Palestine in honor of the late Lord Wedgwood, "father of the British Labor Party and lifelong champion of the Zionist cause, was held this week at the Hotel Commodore here with more than 1,200 representatives of American labor unions and Zionist groups in attendance. Matthew Woll, vice-president of the American Federation of Labar; Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Judge Morris Rothenberg, Rabbi Israel Goldstein, Hayim Greenberg and a number of Jewish labor leaders spoke. Continuing the rapid pace already set, the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith War Bond Committee announced the staging of a gala water carnival, dance and entertainment for the evening of July 4th, at the Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club. 21st Street at the Ocean, Miami Beach. Admission to the elaborate affair will be by the purchase of a War Bond through the B'nai B'rith Fifth War Loan Bond Committee. Members of the ori ganization have tickets for distribution available to all bond purchasers. The affair, starting at 7:30 p., m., and lasting through mid< night, will present outstanding professional aquatic stars, dancj ing to a popular orchestra, and pool facilities for those who want to bathe. Louis Heiman, War Bond drive chairman, announced the appointment of Sol Goldstrom, Mrs. Ruth Glatt, ^Mrs. Harry Gordon, and Nat Roth, in charge of special events, as co-chairmen of this event. Other entertainment is being planned, and refreshments will be provided, the committee announced. The Sea Gull Pool is being made available to the Lodge trdough the courtesy of the Hoi tel Evans family. Friday's War Bond sale, in front of Steven's Dress Shop on Flagler street, featured the auctioning of 24 pairs of Nylon hose. $250,000 was top bid by I. L. Mintzer, and other large bidders included Alfred Gottesman and Sam Resnick in the amounts of .$100,000 each. Approximately CABINET FEARS MORE JEWISH IMMIGRATION Cairo (JTA)—One of the mottives behind the recent demand of the Transjordan cabinet for abrogation of the British mandate is the fear that as long as Transjordan is a mandated territory cojointly with Palestine, the mandatory power might reverse'its present policy of barring Jewish irrimigration to Transjordan and open the territory to Jewish settlement, it is pointed out here. At the same time, it was learned here that the Syrian government has addressed itself to all Arab states asking them to join in sending a delegation to London to lay the Arab postwar claims before Allied leaders. The memorandum which was drawn up by Jamil Mardam Bey, Syrian foreign minister, referred to the possibility of a visit by President Roosevelt to London soon, and pointed out that important decisions may be taken during the visit. RETURNEES TO BE TAKEN CARE OF 01 BUSINESS GROUP $800,000 in bonds were JMd. B'nai B'rith Day, at the bond booth in front of the First Federal on First Street, featured the giving away of silver dollars with each bond purchase, made possible by Jake Schreiber. retired motion picture operator, who lives on Hibiscus Island. Miami Beach. Over two hundred individual bonds were sold, totaling more than $37,000 in sales. Tuesday afternoon bond sales were also stimulated by the auctioning of many items of merchandise donated by merchants to the organization. B'nai B'rith has a quota of $2,000,000 in the Fifth War Loan Committee Drive, and is sponsoring the purchase of two subchasers, one for the residents of Miami, and one for the Beach. Mr. Heiman, chairman of the drive, cautioned members of the organization not to decrease their efforts in bond sales. He stated that, although the organization was off to a good start, the large bond sales were in, and there was considerable work remaining before the goal would be reached. ORDER JEWS TO GIVE UP ARMS; FACE DEATH SeKr R,u Uin £ n t J he 1 rnot j on er TheWedgwood Colony will be 55*3 ih ob £ rved that Sec9t gfiuS£T& Gallilee, in the viii. 0I the Treasurv Tenrv • 7. ..... .„i>i om ni which cinity of two settlements which were founded, thanks to the participation of the American labor movement, in the name of Leo.i and C 't a h ? art of the government" (mm M a verv splendid Jew fjLj* Y ,ork. Barney Baruch.!^"^'^"' premier of France. BBftUSL th POH 4, S f th /Sd !" n f triKtWhe memory of war ", r, "",! n especially postSSRTSPMV it u. s. ^E CLOSE TO MILLION *ome^ U nr ( '^^The Pioneer ica ." s r eanization of Amerfaised „. on i st 'aborrte group. latw er $93 .000 during the tias m o y ? s for various activim rL,„?. leslln( \ the MidwestorganizaPlans for increasing activities and benefits for service men returnees were discussed at great length at a meeting Saturday af; ternoon at Wofford Hotel, Mi' ami Beach. The gathering of leading Greater Miami business 1 men and civic leaders were the I guests of Abe Allenberg. John D. Montgomery, publisher of i the Miami Beach Sun Tropics, I acted as chairman of themeet| ing, and gave a brief summary of what has, and is, being done in this direction. Chaplains Tull and Kraft of the Redistribution center told of the opportunity for making I these boys feel especially that l civilians are appreciative of %  what they have been doing for %  their country and they men! tioned some ways how other cities are showing their gratitude ; to service men. A committee will be appointed to coordinate the plans sug! gested and to meet with army officials. It was everyone's '. idea that too much could not be done to welcome the service men and to make them feel that Miami Beach was glad to have the opportunity to be their host. Among those attending were: James E. Tull, chaplain: Saul Kraft, chaplain; C. L. Clements, Lee Hills, Morris Goodman, Bert Simpson, Henry Neyle, John M. Duff, jr., J. L. Owen, August Geiger, D. Richard Mead. Sam R. Becker, M. J. Heck, Allan T. Abess, W. V. Farrey, Morris Alpert. George J. Bertman, Marcie Liberman, Robert E. Clarke, Edward W. Collins, Jack August, John Levi, Pete Crossland, Thomas F. Smith, Sol S. Goldstrom, Abe Allenberg, Herbert Frink, Paul M. Bruun, Harry Zukernick, Dr. Maurice Kline, G. J. Nalicauff, Ben Bronston, Maxwell Lubin, Simon Engender, John Montgomery. UNITED NATIONS WILL DECIDE ON PALESTINE'S FATE Jerusalem (JTA) — President Roosevelt is reported to have informed the Arabs of Palestine that the future of the country will be determined not by Britain alone, but by the governments responsible for the establishment of a new post-war world order based on peace and justice. The President allegedly said that the status of Palestine will be decided after consultation with Jews and Arabs. The statement is said to emphasize that the British Government, although holding the mandate for Palestine, cannot make any changes in the status of the country before a suitable time when the governments responsible for the establishment of a long-lasting peace will decide, in consultation with Jews and Arabs, on the future of Palestine. The statement by President Roosevelt, it was reported, came in reply to an appeal cabled to him last month by the Palestine Arab Party. The reply was understood to have been handed to the leaders of the party by Lowell C. Pinkerton, U. S. Consul General in Jerusalem. (In Washington, neither the White House nor the State Department could confirm or deny the report that President Roosevelt had sent such a message.) In its appeal, the Palestine Arabs asked the President for his support of Arab demands that Jewish immigration be stopped and that Jews be barred from acquiring land. The appeal was the first ever made directly to Roosevelt by an Arab political group in Palestine. tios in U n tars Ior various activism cL ]est,ne the I ''on wa^Tf P l ^e organizaRothbaM old b y Miss Dvorah ra national secretary. the late Lo uis DBrand eis. u. OF MTEXPANSION FUND RECEIVES GUT OF $10,000 Joseph A. Richter. Miami jeweler Rave $10,000 cash to the University of Miami expansion fund campaign. L. Bruno Weil Miami Beach realtor and cam paign chairman, announced. Richter's gift was the 16th $10,000 cash contribution made during the expansion movement and brings the total close to the $250,000 mark. Zurich (JTA)—An order instructing Jews in Hungary to surrender all arms in their possession within twenty-four hours was broadcast this week over Hungarian radio stations. ine order -specified that the arms must be delivered 4o the local P Jewish Ce doctors in Hungary, who have been exempt from the anti-Jewish laws because of the acute shortage of physicians, have been ordered to treat only Jewish patients, the Nazi Transkontinent press reports. The ordw will be waived for doctors who served in the army. All Jewish physicians, however, mJs mark their namep> ates with a "con spicuous Jewis h star. Keep on buying War Bonds. ASSISTANT ADL DIRECTOR TO APPEAR ON PROGRAM George J. Talianoff, assistant director of the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League, will appear as guest speaker on Miami Round Table on Station WIOD at 7:00 p. m. Saturday, July 1. The subject of the Round table discussion will be "Prejudice." Appearing with Mr. Talianoff will be Mrs. T. V. Moore, Dade County supervisor of public welfare, and Louis Jepeway, prominent attorney. Professor Franklin Williams of University of Miami will serve as moderator. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. A. J.CONFERENCE URGED TD ADOPT AMERICAN SCENE New York (JTA) — Demands that the scope of the American Jewish Conference be enlarged to include the American scene and that the authority of the Conference be strengthened by the creation of its own instrumentality for the execution of its program were voiced at the first preliminary meeting of delegates held here. Ninety-eight delegates out of the one hundred forty residing in New York participated in the discussions. The future organization and functions of the American Jewish Conference were the main subjects of the general debate, intended to clarify the problems facing the second session of the Conference. Among the suggestions voiced by the individual delegates were recommendations that: 1) The name of the Conference be changed to Assembly, in accordance with the original Pittsburgh proposal! 2) At its coming session the Conference elect a representation to act immediately on post-war matters and in the execution of the Conference plans; 3) Emphasis be placed on post-war problems; 4) The Conference be established as a permanent body; 5) The affiliated organizations should yield some of their sovereignty to enable the Conference to act as a functioning body. Geneva (JTA)—French newspapers reaching here from Vichy report that the German authorities in France are exercising pressure on the Vichy government for intensification of anti-Jewish measures behind the front line. • I i \\ *.



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mm PAGE FOUR +Jewlsti rkrkiton -* i' The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla. P. O. Box 2973 P hone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 30, li44 TAMMUZ 9, 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 26 Face Facts By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League -TIDBITS FROM EVER S22J22**T fMctfy Gongidentlol -3y PHINEAS J. BIRONSc.ii!>' vagrant facts from a cluttered desk: "Men Must Hate', by Sigmund Livingston, chairman of the Anti-Defamation League for ever thirty years, is a must en your reading list. The book treats with the complex subject of anti-Semitism in simple, precise style. Buy a copy not only for yourself, but to present to your neighbor. If your nearest bookshop dues not have the book available, call this office %  Your director is gratified to find that practically a" YOU SHOULD KNOW Father Charles E. Coughlin is telling his intimnt expects to make an important speech on a nati I ^ in the near future Don't let anybody tell WHITA "* %  Klux Klan is dead ... Just check up on "The KevI > Ku "Tk„ ey 0ne Patriotic THE RIGHT STEP Of interest is the reported possibility of a merqer of the two c,...i th. Alex Van Straaten. chairto us who reap the benefits and protection rendered by these | SSL^StfjnSS^^ ew m nbers had joined the Miami Beach District during the men. To them it means much. B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS IN ANNUAL REPORT minstrel show proceeds of ward furnishing House at the University of Mi! ami. Other activities included aiding A.Z.A. in several of its proiow is planned, the momr > of June, bringing the rosF which will RO to-1 r V'n lo 692 members. A goal ishing the H11 1 e 1 f l $w members before the The past year has seen the growth of the Aleph Lamad Satnach Chapter of B.'nai B'rith ,,.„ n ^. n 2?f


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PAGE SIX *Jmistn*rldkiin_ PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shcir of 726 Flamingo Drive, left Wednesday to spend the remainder of the summer at their home in Brighton, Mass. Mr. Sheir takes quite an active part in the Cong. Beth El, and often assists with the services. Rabbi and Mrs. M. Greenstein and children left Sunday for their summer vacation. The rabbi will attend a rabbinical assembly in New York, and will then go to Steubenville. O., to visit his parents and join Mrs. Greenstein, who preceded him there. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and children, Ethel and Sammy, will leave for Philadelphia and the Catskill Mountains for the summer. Mrs. Maurice Dickson and children, Joy and Sandier, are leaving for Massachusetts to spend an extended vacation with Mrs. Dickson's mother. This will be their first trip North in several years. Mr. Dickson will remain here. Mrs. M. Schrebnick was among those participating m a late season Red Cross drive. Mrs. Marie Blumberg. 45th Street, has left for New York. Cpl. Sally Freedman. WAC. stationed in England. announces the engagement of her daughter. Miss Marjone Harriet Freedman 629 Fern St.. and T'Sgt. Donald E. Farrington. Marine Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice C. Farrington, 423 11th Street. Miss Freedman was graduated from Palm Beach High school with the class of 1941, and is associated with the Southern Uvll Telephone and Telegraph Company. Sgt Farrington enlisted m the Marine Corps ill May, 1941. and has just returned from 21 months service in the South Pacific. He is now resting at San Diego, Cal. and will come to Florida for a leave before being reassigned to active dutv. Miss Freedman is the granddaughter of Mrs. Sarjan. OBITUARIES Sidney Pepper and Charles Wax have been assigned to the Naval forces. Pfc. Joseph Schrebnick writes from Italy that American Jewish boys were able to attend services on Shevuoth, and thai on Pesach, matzoth were available. Mr. and Mrs. L. Ruder were recent visitors. SAMUEL BURSTEIN Samuel Bui stein, 57. of 1390 Ocean drive. Miami Beach, died June 19 in Mississippi. He had been **r*!jident of Miami Beach for 'hiiwst six years He is Survived bj his Wife, Hose. Services were conducted Thursday at 4:30 p. m. at the City cemetery by American Legion Post No! 85. of which he was a member. MORRIS A. GOLDFINGER Morris A. Goldfinger, 78. of 233 N. E. Fifth street, died in New York City Thursday while visding his daughter Mrs. Henrietta Rubin. A retired merchant he had been a Miami resident for 10 vears. In addition to his | daughter he leaves three sons Isidor, Henry and Percy, tour grandchildren, and two great Srandchildren, all of Miam^Se*: vnes were held in the chapel of Gordon Funeral Home. Monday. RaKi Simon April officiating. NANKIN Mrs. Etta Nankin. 75 rcs'dmg at 315 N. E. 1st St.. Ft. Lauderdale passed away Wednesday after a brief illness. The mother of a prominent Miami shoe merchant, she came to Ft. Lauderdale 14 years ago from Albany, Ga. Surviving her are her husiband. Hams, three sons Max. Of Miami; Louis, of Del Ray. Morris, of Ft. Laudcrdale and two daughters, Mrs. H. Friedlander, of Lake Wales and Mrs. Lew Skar of Lauderdale. Funeral services were held fnjrn the Palmer Funeral chapel Thurs!AY. JUNE 30, 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 DRINK PLENTY OF CPTripiirc Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME 9-GALLO* BOTTLE .... 60c CASE OF SIX N TABLE BOTTLES 1 5c Plus Bortl* Deoosit PHONE 2-4128 THRIFTY! 0NE-A-DAY Vitamin A and D Tab LEG ALNOT1CQ %  n the office .7 JR'r ,^ g-OUlt Court of D& g^ofg 8/30 7/.-H-2i. os" tV N '; PWKSU 2420 B. W. J7U \v. 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CJAYJ0NE3Q 1944 +Je*lstFk>rl(fc>ri fiS^ JJK^VBST 1111 ^ """StoS. 1 ? GreC, n er ^ Iewi8h F ** r 01 The Jewish Welfare Board H elp Ut Keep i Record of Our Men in Service PAGE SEVEN SERVICE PARADE! WOUNDED IN ACTION Cpl. Bernard N. Goldstein, 31, of Columbus, O. Somewhere in Italy. He is recuperating in an army field hospital. Received the Purple Heart. M Esther M. Levy leaves i J io,-k tot Fort Oglethorpe. IjSJTwhere she will take her L^trannK as a member of f WACS She has been very ^ in the USO on the Beach. foTlSdi cSS Service and a fnv other activities. It is hoped !ffshe wl' e returned to the Kistrfbution Center after her basic training. T Sat Samuel H. Glasser has Ltunwd from nine months m "European area His mother. Mr, Ida Glaaser, lives at 1780 1 1 W. 12th St. Corp. Louis P. Rotfort. 2951 S. w 1st Ave., is back from 16 months In the European war Z[ and is visiting his sister. Mrs. Jean Phillips. Tech. Sgt. Philip Kuperberg. iMfl Meridian Avenue, has been awarded the Oak Leaf Cluster for his work as aerial radio operator from Dec. 11 to 17. 1943. in the South Pacific. Tech. Sgt. Nathan S. Etkins. 836 S. W Sixth Street, has been awarded the Air Medal for outstanding service while participating in an aerial flight near New Hanover Island in the Southwest Pacific. Capt. Bentley H. Knobel, stationed at Hill Field. Ogden. Utah. has arrived by plane for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Knobel, 2900 Sheriden Avenue, Miami Beach. Cpl. Samuel Fine. 21, of Philadelphia. In Sicily. While riding in a truck that hit a land mine. Purple Heart. The Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received from those in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian. the daily press and national publications. Send original or copies of these letters to the Army-Navy Committee. Box 2973. Miami 18, Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk are. what they are seeing and doing. Flight Officer Norman S. Rolen, 1215 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, received his navigator wings and commission at recent graduation exercises at Selman Field, La. C. A. ZWITMAN SPEAKS AT CLERGY MEETING Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman, on leave of absence from Temple Israel, Miami, and now stationed at Fort Monmouth, N. J., spoke in a chaplain's program presented by chaplains of the Army and Navy at the annual convention of the Central Conference of American Rabbis at Cincinnati, Ohio, June 24. Lt. Frederick Gardner, 24, of New York City, veteran of more than 100 missions as a fighter pilot with the 13th Air Force Command in the Southwest Pacific, wears the Air Medal, the Silver Leaf Cluster, and five Oak Leaf Clusters. Participating in the Munda and Bougainville operations, flying protection for the heavy bombers, Lt. Gardner after a year of aerial combat is now home on furlough. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Gardner of 115 Central Park West. Pvt. Benjamin Press. First Class, U. S. Marine Corps, 26, of Southampton, L. I., has been awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action during the epochal battle of Tarawa last year. Pvt. Press and a fellowgunner, Pfc. R. W. Graves, of California, wiped out a Japanese suicide squad that was trying to blow up a Marine tank. It was Pvt. Press' baptism of fire. He and Pvt. Graves were covering the advance of their rifle company as it moved across an airport after landing on the furiously contested island. For hours on end they stuck to their gun, keeping abreast of their moving company mates, "gaining and holding fire superiority against a stubborn and persistent enemy." Pfc. Philip Scharf. Medical Corps, 23, Bridgeport, Conn. In the landing at Casablanca. Pfc. Irving Rudin. 24, of New York City. Wounded in the right leg, somewhere in Italy. Pfc. Karlton Israel. 26, of New York City. In Italy, while serving with an anti-aircraft unit. Lt. Herman Goodman, 22, of Jamaica, N. Y.. one of three brothers in service, has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. He is the son of Mrs. Rose Goodman of 145-02 South Road. Sgt. Julius Katz. 21, of New York City, has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for "courageous service in combat" in New Guinea. In service a year and a half, Sgt. Katz has been affiliated with the Hebrew Institute of University Heights and was a student at Brooklyn College before joining the Air Corps. Pfc. IsaacHazan, 29, of Brooklyn. Suffered leg wounds by shrapnel at Salerno. Purple Heart. KILLED IN ACTION Pvt. Sam Zelinsky, 26. of Brooklyn. At Cassino. Posthumously awarded the Purple Heart. Sgt. Arthur J. Spicas. 22. of New York City. He was radio operator on a bomber which was forced down over Heliogland, Germany. Pvt. Henry Rudolph. 33, of the Bronx. Somewhere in Italy. Pvt. Seymour L. Tratner, 23. of Chicago. Somewhere in Italy. Pfc. Paul Shapiro, 20, of Hartford, Conn., medical corpsman. On Bougainville. Seaman First Class Victor Riegel. 25, of New York City. Somewhere at sea. Pvt. Aaron Seidman, 26, of Brooklyn. During the invasion of Sicily. Seidman is now at Anzio Beachhead. Coxswain David Goldstein, 28. of Cleveland, O. Goldstein was navy gunner on a merchant ship torpedoed at Bari Harbor, off the Italian coast. Hurled into the water by the concussion of the explosion, he carried three men to safety despite his own wounds. Pvt. Joseph Sadowsky, 23, of Thomasville, Ga. Wounded during an advance on an enemy position somewhere in Italy. Lt Stanley Greehouse, 24. of the Bronx, who holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Silver Star, ana the Air Medal, is now back in the United States following 4G combat missions against the Japanese in the South Pacific as bombardier on an Army Liberator. His craft was known as Big Chief because its pilot, Leaford Bearskin, is an Indian from Oklahoma. The Big Chief took part in American assaults against Rabual, Lae. Hansa Bay, Madang, New Guinea, Cape Gloucester, Arawc and Rabaul. Lieut. Leonard J. Mendelson, 22, of the Bronx, Flying Fortress bombardier participating in the assault on Europe, holds the Air Medal, four Oak Leaf Clusters and a Commendation, but it is the commendation which makes him a hero to his shipmates. Capt. Mason Trupp. 32, of Baltimore, is the recipient of the Soldier's Medal for rescuing, twice within a few minutes, occupants of flaming bombers which had crashed on take-off at a U. S. base in India. A specialist in neuro-surgery, Capt. Trupp is on duty with the Army Medical Corps as flight surgeon. Lt. Edward Spits. 27, of Brooklyn, navigator aboard the Flying Fortress "Heaven Can Wait" has completed 25 missions in the Big League of Aerial Combat and has returned to his home wearing the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal and three Oak Leaf Clusters. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spitz of 663 E. 92nd St. Fill Out This Coupon and MaU To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNavy Committee, cVo P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida Capt. Charles Sadowsky, 35. of New York City, previously listed in the Honor Roll, when he was still a private, last week was awarded the Legion of Merit for his contributions t o fighter pilots' gunnery efficiency. "As training equipment engineer with the New York Fighter Wing Gunnery School,' the War Department citation of Capt. Sadowsky says, "he utilized his knowledge of photography, bore-sighting and aerial gunnery to make valuable written and mechanical contributions to gunnery problems facing the fighter pilot." Pvt. Sidney Shapiro, 25. of Brooklyn. Somewhere in Tunisia. Sgt. Solomon Chaikin, 22. of Baltimore, Md. Somewhere in Italy. Lieut. Harry J. Garber, 27. of the Bronx, N. Y. While serving as navigator aboard a Flying Fortress in a raid on Kiel. Pvt. Ralph Harris, 23, of Zanesville, O., infantryman in service two years, was injured in the North African theatre. Several uncles and cousins served in the last war. Pvt. Granum Chernoff. 22. of Kansas City, Mo. Somewhere in Italy. Pvt. Irvin David Nidetch, 28, USMC, of Brooklyn. He was shot by a Jap sniper during a landing in the Marshails while attempting to reach a wounded comrade. Lieut. David Lipten, 27, of the Bronx, Army Air Forces navigator. His plane was shot down while on a mission over Roumania. Lieut. Morris S. Friedman, 23, of Bethlehem, Pa. In a bombing mission over Germany. He had been looking forward to seeing his son born a few weeks before his death. T/Sgt. Morris N. Kats. 32. of Brooklyn, radio operator and top turret gunner on a B-24 bomber, lost his life while returning from a mission over enemy occupied territory in China. Pvt. Julius L. Dranoff, 20. of New York City. Somewhere in Italy. Storekeeper First Class Irving F. Diamond. USN, of Chicago. Somewhere at sea. Pfc. Samuel Goldberg. 35. of Rochester, N. Y., serving with I the Army Engineers, was wounded in the invasion of Sicily. Name Home Address... Birth Dale __ Serial No.. Street City State Birthplace Civilian Occupation.. Date Entry In Service City State Marital Status Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin._ Relationship A ddress Information Transmitted by Telephone number Date .Discharged— Rank or Rating. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. RBTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. w. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec. Executive • Committee) Mn. Max Oobrin. Ben B. Goldman, Maunice Grossmen, Leula Helman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitx, Alexander F. M*Uer, at Both. Fred Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph Stein, Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry Zukernick. Dsvot ing This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of CARL'S MARKETS Miami Miami Beech COWEN'S SHOE STORES "5 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. FIXZIT SYSTEM HU N. E. 2nd Avenue FLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO. 82 N. E. 26th Street' GREEN BROS. 5* N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Avenue JACK C. JAYSON Miami DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS HI H. 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 PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 27th Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 76 S. E. 1st Street JOSEPH R. STEIN Miami. Florida WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB West FUgl Street at 27th Ave. WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolf on Sidney Me INVASION By Pvt. William Herx William Herz, a refugee from Germany, was killed in action in Italy at the age of 19. Attached to his last letter to his parents came the following poem describing the invasion of Italy. If the English in the poem strikes you as slightly foreign, remember tha 1 William Herz did not live in the country he died for long enough to learn the lauguage thoroughly. Like so many thousands of other refugees in America, the Herz family was assisted by the National Refugee Service, a constituent agency of the United Jewish Appeal. Dark is the night, rolling the sea. No sign of light from Italy. We come near—no whisper be heard. But many an ear waits for the word Grim-faced Yanks checking their watches. While silently letting down hatches. Zero Hour! Rifle belts tightening machine guns and mortar ... Feet sliding swiftly into the water— Soldiers: One Nation: step into the sea. This is the invasion of Italy; Night dies away The sun sends new light. Now with a flash bullets are flying Bombs start to crash, soldiers are dying. Soldiers lie wounded drenched with rain. Many are praying and crying with pain. Machine guns spit, grenades sail. Acks-acks boom, bridges are blown. The Yanks keep fighting, we don't know retreat. Onward and forward through thick and thin Till the war is won ... till we take Berlin. Ensign Kay Kopl Vesole. 30. of Davenport, Iowa, a lawyer in civilian life, was killed in combat off the coast of Italy while in command of a merchant ship gun crew. Pfc. Bernard Babisky. 20. of Cleveland, O. Babisky was wounded in action in Italy on November 5. He went back into action, was wounded again on February 5. He died of his wounds on February 7. He was awarded the Purple Heart, which has been forwarded to his family. Sgt. Herman H. Cummins. 21. of Baltimore, has been killed in action in the Southwest Pacific area. Pvt. Bernard Davidow, 21. of Youngstown, O., attached t o Chemical Warfare Service, has lost his life in action in Italy. Pfc. Martin Flaum. 20, of Syracuse, N. Y., member of a Marine Corps raider battalion, has been killed in action. Ensign Harry Horwits, 49, of Chicago, a Naval veteran of World War I, was killed in action at sea. Lt. Herbert Bloom, 23, of Jersey Cit, Air Force bombardier taking part in the concentrated Allied attack on German-held Europe, lost his life on a mission over the Reich recently. He has been posthumously awarded the Purple Heart. INVASION PRAYER By Anna R. Berow Merciful Father— May our Invasion Forces now at work, Speedily liberate the world from the tyrant's yoke. Shield and protect our army and that of our Allies In this—their hour of strife. And imbue them with the Elixer of life O God, lead them to victory over the forces of evil And make those responsible for world destruction To pay in full the bill. Hear our prayers, God of Mercy and Love, And send your divine blessing and help From Your mighty realm .above. Let Your will be known far and wide. That the forces of Satan cannot long abide. And before the enemy fires his next shell. Hurl him and his hosts Down to deepest fiery Hell. I all i



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PAGE EIGHT Jewish fhrkMan 'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byM ARX FEINBERG £RlDAY,nJNE First, let me thank Milton Friedman for carrying on the duties of this column during my absence. For those who are interested, I remained in Atlanta approximately ten days after the convention to pick up loose ends left by the Miami delegation. Believe me, there were plenty of ends. Most of the impressions made at the convention and brought back with the delegation will be presented to you at the meeting Tuesday night, which will take place before this column goes to press. However, if it was not your pleasure to attend this meeting, I will point out some of the highlights next week. At the present time the Lodge is engaged in the largest bond drive yet undertaken. I am advised by Brother Lou Heiman that the total bond sales to date are approximately $1,125,000. As they say in Guadalcanal, "this ain't hay." Last Friday at noon a bond rally was held in front of Stevens Dress Shop at 45 East Flagler at which time $600,000 in bonds were sold. The booth in front of this shop has been turned over to the A. Z. A. and the B'nai B'rith Girls Committees for the continued sale of bonds during the drive and members of those organizations will man the booth exclusively rCORDW FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means of Individual Circumstances • "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" • Worthy and Deserves Your Full Support and Recommendation • SERVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI • EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH 24-HOUR Ambulance Service in joint cooperation with Sholcm Lodge. In furtherance of our bond sale effort, a gigantic and exclusive social affair will be held on the night of July 4th at the Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club at 21st and Ocean Drive. The Evans brothers who have always been good lodge members as well as cooperative workers, have donated the exclusive use of the entire club and pool to the Lodge for this occasion and, in addition to swimming, there will be a dance orchestra for music and dancing. aquatic events and a contemplated bathing beauty contest. Delicious refreshments will be served and the entire membership is invited to attend, the admission being a bond purchase regardless of denomination. This affair promises to be the most entertaining of the past two years and it should remind certain old line members of a like party about four years ago which was such an outstanding success that it is still being referred to as the ideal social for the Lodge. Brother Sol Goldstrom and Mrs. Ruth Glatt ;.re co-chairmen for the Beach and Brother Nat Roth and Mrs. Harry Gordon are co-chairmen for Miami. A lot of work is being expended for the success of this affair and if you fail to attend it will IT your own loss. Don't forget I the date—July 4th—and the place—Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club. You will be approached by committee members who will present an admission ticket upon the purchase of a bond. If you have any further questions concerning this affair, please call Brother Lou Heiman as he is the man behind the chair. Since this seems to be a bond column, I would like to call the attention of the membership to the fact that through the efforts of Brother Morris Blum, the local chapter of the International Workers Order purchased $24,975 worth of bonds from B'nai EI nth. This is a remarkable effort and Brother Blum is to be commended. Brother Nat Roth has quietly assumed a tremendous responsibility in the bond drive and too much credit cannot be given him for his splendid work. The bond committee has adopted Morris Gerstein's slogan "Support the Fifth War Loan and spur the Invasion." With this slogan it seems inevitable that the Lodge will not only reach, but exceed its quota of S2.000.000 in bonds. In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end announced by the Greater Miami area are as follows. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami.: Friday evening services •'! T IS Saturday morning .it I 10 n<'l.row BchOOl daily !• to mum. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach: Friday evening services at 7.1", o'clock: Saturday morning at B:S0. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will si>.ak on "Our Statutes Kiliffloun School, Monday through Friday I a. in. to noon. 30,1 8 Notes Of Y. M. H. A. -bySAM SILVER MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Ave. Kabalaa Khabboa Friday evening" at 7:15; Saturday morning MTVU**'* .it \i Junior services at 10:30 a. m. Shaloah Baudot si i vii-Hs at 7:1 j p. in. to !>• %  followed by evening prayers TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Reform. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami: Itrftular wrvlccs Friday evening at I IS to l"conducted by Isaac Levin. A. Z. A. boys will give ihori program MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON. GREGATION. Orthodox, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami: Services are M li.-.l uled for Friday al 7:15 p. m. and Saturday at s m, and 7:11 i>. m. Dally services at 1:30 a. m. and 7 :'.'> p. in. SCHAAREI ZEOEK CONGREGATION. Orthodox. 1545 S. W. 3rd Ave., Miami: Frldav evening aervlcea at 7:15 Saturday combined aenlor and Junior aervlcea at :• a. m. Rabbi Simon April's aubjeel fordlacuaebw will be "The Portion of the Week." Study of the Bthlca of the Fathers to be followed b) evening aervlcea Rl 7 !."•. Hebrew School Jail) from lo a m. BETH SHOLOM CENTER, Conservative, 761 41st St.. Miami Beach: Servlcea are acheduled for Friday evening at 7:15; Saturday morning aervlcea ill !>< %  held ..t 9:30, I WANT MY MILK And Be Bur* If a FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "Milk Product!" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Viait Our Farm at 8200 N. W. 32nd Street Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. (This column is aunducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation In cooperation with The Jewlnh Florldian as a community service. To inform the community of your organisation's activities and to avoid conflicts In dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for "Community Calendar." Notification must reach Federation no later than Tueaday for publication that week.) Monday. July 3 Jewish Study Group, ar.es 14 to 1$ sponsored by the Itureau of Jewish Dducatlon in cooperution with the Town V. |N7 s. W. 5th Si 7 in to i< p, m ; Ti'inide Israel Sisterhood. 12:3(1 p. m. Tuesday. July 4 Adult study O rot in sponaored 1>\ itui.au of Jewish Education. Meach J v <• clock Wednesday. July 5 National Council of Jewish Women, noon; Workmen's Circle Branch No. K2. VJO p. m regulai membership meeting. Thursday. July 6 Jewish SOUR: Leaders Group spon< aored by Bureau of Jewish Education. Miami Beach Jewish Center. •> •• clock. Monday. July 10 Jewish studies Qroup, ates II to is sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-' lan ivducation in cooperation with the Town Y. isl s. w. :.th St., %  :80 to

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-mAY. IPWE 80.1M4 MVV AUXILIARY HAS JEAHED smooo MARK A i idles 1 Auxiliary of the Th l War Veterans of the '222 States Freda Markowitz H n 174 reports bond sales to ffi on this drive as neariiiB the da Lnn mark This accom5150000 .mar* £53 "atSibute. to the splenSH efforts of its very, capable Si each evening between 5 ""The organization has a bond nueen in the person of. Betty S3 who herself turned in over $100 OOO worth of bonds^and is Still goto* strong. i n addition, there are a number of field workers who are eligible for citations signed by Z surgeon general of the UnitSi siates army by virtue of their tmg soid over $5,000 worth of E Bonds for Hospital Equipment to be purchased and presented lo the government. Friends of JWV are requested to put their pledges through the Dade Federal before July 3rd as this organization's drive will be over as of that date. IOO.OOOTEWS EXECUTED IN HUNGARIAN CAMP London (JTA)—One hundred thousand Hungarian Jews have been deported to Poland and executed in gas chambers in the notorious Oswiecim "death camp,' it 'revealed in a message from official Polish authorities in Poland received here this week. The contents of the underground communication, which is dated June 14. were made known to Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbart. one of the Jewish deputies in the Polish National Council, who immediately conferred with Home Minister Tadeuz Romer concerning urgent measures to save those deportees who have not yet been massacred. vJewlstFhrkUari PAGE THREE CLUB PURCHASES OLD 1 SWAN CLUB ON CAPE The Probus Club, comprised of business and professional men in the Greater Miami area, has purchased the old Swan Club down on the Cape Florida flats, it was announced by President Ed Lovitz. The club, which has a roster of thirty-five, found that many of its members were interested in boating and fishing. Several already own small cruisers and others are planning to buy boats after the war. "The idea was conceived," said President Lovitz, "to purchase this property as an ideal clubhouse for members and wives to enjoy week-end fishing trips. Necessary repairs are being made immediately, but no attempt will be made to materially alter and add to the facilities until governmental building restrictions are lifted." This past week-end the club held a stag gathering in its newly acquired clubhouse. Necessary plans were formulated and committees appointed. TURKEY IS URGED TO ACCEPT MORE ALIENS MIAMI WOMAN GOOD WAR BOND SALESMAN ikPaLS* the hardest workers in the Fifth War Bond drive is Mrs. Ida Mae LeVine of the Beach. She spends most all her time promoting sales and as chairman of the ladies auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans. She has sold more than $50,000 herself And the J. W. V. Auxiliary has passed the $250,000 mark. Mrs. LeVine has a son, Jerry, studying as an air cadet at an air base in Arkansas. Her sonin-law, Lt. V. J. Crededia, is in Gen. Clark's Fifth Division in Italy. Mrs. LeVine spends all of the day in the bond booth at the corner of Lincoln road and Washington Ave., except one hour between 5 and 6 p. m. when she conducts a one-woman bond sales campaign on the steps of the First Federal Savings where last week a $10,000 sale was made. Mrs. LeVine gives no gifts away but renders brief appealing messages interspersed with vocal selections. She is assisted by Mrs. Charlie Riff, who also has a son in service. B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN HOLD REGULAR MEET Washington (JTA)—A resolution urging the Turkish government to speed up the entry of refugees from the Balkan countries and to establish in Turkey a refugee camp as temporary haven for people escaping from Nazi territory, was introduced this week in the House of Representatives by Rep. Sol Bloom. Earlier, the House Foreign Affairs committee held public hearings on the resolution urging the House to protest against the persecution of Jews in Hungary and other German dominated countries, and asking Secretary of State Cordell Hull to convey, through appropriate means, the sentiment of the House to the occupied countries. The hearing resulted in unanimous approval of the resolution by the committee. SEYMOUR SATIN CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS NEW OFFICES 311 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH 39, FLORIDA PHONE 5-0516 RELEASED BY THE ARMY Now Open Year Around RurieAa Hotel GEM OF FLORIDA'S EAST COAST — Announces — NEW CABANA CLUB Open Nightly at Swimming Pool and Tennis Court Music Entertainment Recreation Transportation Service for Guests — Station Wagon will meet your train and make trips to the world's famous beach Boat and Motor for Fishing and Pleasure Write for Descriptive Literature and Summer Rates Box 747. Daytona Beach. Fla. HENRY H. HARDESTY. Mar. Notice — Several Hotel Positions Open — Write! The women's group of B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge held its monthly meeting Tuesday evening at the Beach Y. Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein gave a complete report on the District Convention recently held in Atlanta. Plans were formulated to further enlarge the war service program of the group. A committee was immediately formed to start work on utility kits for hospital ships. Reports on the progress of the Fifth War Loan drive were made. MIAMI CHAPTER 322, A.Z.A. HAS ELECTION OF OFFICERS JEWISH GUERILLA ESCAPEES WIPE OUT 2.000 GERMANS London (JTA)—More than 2,000 German soldiers have fallen before the guns of a group of Jewish partisans who escaped from the ruins of the Warsaw ghetto last summer, it is reported in a message from underground sources received by the Polish government-in-exile. After hiding for three months in the debris left after the German assault on the ghetto, a group of about 60 Jews evaded the Nazi guards by swimming through the city*s sewers, which empty into the Vistula river. Across the Vistula, the group found a village where they were given food and hand grenades and told how they could obtain further arms by attacking a small German garrison nearby. Election of officers of the Miami Chapter 322 of A.Z.A. took place this month. Elected to serve until December were: Rubin Smulin, president; Irving Pont, vice-president; Herbert Katz, secretary; Eugene Heiman, treasurer; Eugene Aronovitz, chaplain; Bernie Saffer. publicity chairman; Herman Kaler, sergeant-at-arms; and Edward Somberg, assistant sergeant-at-arms. The Chapter recently started a Pan American bookshelf, and books were forwarded to governments of different countries. Don McCloskey and Leonard Covan. members of the Chapter, were inducted into the armed services this past week. ROBOT BOMB STRIKES HECHALUTZ BUILDING London (JTA)—Five members of the Hechalutz were killed, and three gravely injured, where one of Hitler's robot bombs struck a Hechalutz building; somewhere in southern England. Several other persons in the building, which housed young refugees receiving agricultural training, were slightly injured. The dead Chalutzim, two of whom were girls, came to England from Germany and Austria. MIAMI BEACH YM & WHA TO HAVE JULY 4TH PICNIC The social committee of the Miami Beach YM & WHA. under the chairmanship of Sol Levy, has completed all arrangements for the all day member ship picnic to be held on the "Y" grounds July 4th. The day's events were planned to include all members of the family. Games, contests and swimming are on the program. Lunch will be served by the organization. Miss Lucille Schatzburg will leave Sunday for a several week's stay in New York and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Al Reisman and son are spending a two week's vacation visiting friends and relatives in Atlanta. BEACH Y HOME CAMP TO HOLD SPECIAL PROGRAM The Home Camp of the Miami Beach Y.M. & W.H.A. will hold a special Independence Day celeI bration Monday afternoon. July j 3rd, at 2:30 o'clock. Parents and i friends are invited to be present to see the dramatic presentation, written and staged in its entirety by the campers. Gordon Neil Gerson, son ol Dr. and Mrs. George Gerson. 2106 S. W. Sixth Street, left foi" Culver Military academy summer camp, Culver, Ind, this week. He was accompanied as far as Chicago, 111., by his mother, who will stay in that city for a few days, returning here the first week in July. ALIA SaXTKK* •< %  tat relief for HWW. HMII UmSmS^BSS iullta", CaUWreaa, ataasaler Palaa aad Acid Indlastto. nmr Drojitot — Ceatt and M Ceata Alka-Seltzer Dr. MlUa Nenrlns far• irrtuhiiMr. / wneiiio ticca and usa only v as directed. KLEIN NAMED SURGEON OF MIAMI BEACH LEGION POST Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer and daughter, Patsy, returned to the city Tuesday afternoon after vacationing in the north. Commander Dr. Maurice Klein has named Dr. M. A. Kugcl surgeon of the Miami Beach post of the American Legion. Buy Stamps and Bonds. Mrs. Morris A. Kaufman. 529 Michigan avenue, left for ProviI dence. R. I., where she will visit | her son, William. After spendi ing a few weeks there, she will go to Boston for a short stay with her daughter, Mrs Minna Langer, returning home about Aug. 1. NERVINE Cat your dally quota of Vitamin* A and D sad BComplrx by takingONEA DAY (brand) Vlta-la r\ Tablets. Ifi nnnail•^^*%C r eaJ. convenient. At tJ.\l% SMM.I. J. I). QILBREATH PAINT CONTRACTOR PH. 3-0070; If no answer. 2-310r> When You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479 Dependable, Conscientious Service Spend Your Summer Vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains OSCEOLA LAKE INN Hendersonville, N. 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PAGE TWO Jewisl>nerkflan < %  APPROACHING MARRIAGE Announcement is being made of the approaching marriage of Miss Anyce Lea Getzug and Lt. Walter A. Lavigne, U S M C, by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Getzug, 1580 S. W. 19th Ave. The ceremony will take place at 4 p. m. July 7, in the Coral Gables Country club, and will be followed by a reception. Miss Getzug attended school in Cincinnati, ()., and was graduated from Miami Edison High school. She is a member of Pi Beta sorority. Lt. Lavigne. son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Lavigne, 570 N. E. 57th St., was graduated from Miami Edison High school and Gordon Military Academy, Barnesville. Ga. He also attended the Citadel, Charleston, S. C, and Duke University. He is stationed at Quantico, Va. Mr. and Mrs. I. Langner. 2278 S. W. 17th St., left this week to spend two or three months with their daughter, Mrs. E. Hurwitz of New York City. ENGAGEMENT The engagement of Miss Helene Zita Raphael, daughter pf Mr and Mrs. Irving Raphael. 1024 Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach, to George Hornik, USNR. wi announced recently by her parents at a patio party given by ber sister. Miss Beverly Raphael. A graduate oi Miami Beach High school. Miss Raphael has lived in Miami Beach for the last eight years. Mr. Hornik, the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Hornik. 1550 Michigan avenue, Miami Beach, is stationed at Banana River. He attended college In New York state after his graduation from Lincoln High school, New York. i^^E^f WEDDINGS Announcement is being made of the engagement of Miss Charlotte Yuran and Lt. Beniamm Freedman, USA, by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Saul B. Yuran. 345 W. 46th Street. Miami Beach. The wedding will take place in November. Miss Yuran attended Florida State College for Women. Lt Priedmani son of Mr. and Mrs. Hvman Freedman. Brooklyn, was graduated from City CoD< gc of New York and is stationed at Camp Gordon Johnson. Mrs. Simon Kahn will leave July 13th for a two month's trip to New York, Philadelphia and Detroit. Mrs. Ben Rozansky and daughter, Joan, of Washington, D. C. will arrive Saturday to spend a month at the Locust Apartments. Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Mrs. Rozansky. the former Edna Schoenfeld. will be joined by her mother, Mrs. A. Schoenfeld. Mr. and Mrs. L. Adler. 2291 S. W. 17th St.. Miami, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter. Blanche, to Lt. Commander A. F. Reiter of MeKeesport, Pa. The military wedding will take place on board ship at Fire Island. New York. on July 4th, and, following a short trip, the couple will return to Fire Island Base, where Lt. Commander Reiter is stationed. University of Miami students will start registering Saturday for the first trimester session <>f the 1944-45 school year in the administration building, and classes will start on July 5. it was announced Saturday. The university will offer more than 150 courses of Study leading to arts, seance, business administration, music, and law degrees. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman celebrated their 29th wedding anniversary last week. TIKI THEATRE S. W. 8th St. at 15th AIR CONDITIONED Open 1:45 Fri., June 30, Last Day "PRINCESS O'ROURKE" OLIVIA DeHAVILAND ROBERT CUMM1NGS • • • Starts Sat at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Wed., July 1-5 // "FOLLOW THE BOYS WITH GEORGE RAFT VERA ZORINA ORSON WELLES W. C. FIELDS DONALD O'CONNOR JEANETTE MacDONALD MARLENE DIETRICH ARTHUR RUBENSTEIN SOPHIE TUCKER ANDREWS SISTERS WITH TED LEWIS and CHARLIE SPIVAK and THEIR BANDS EXTRA! "BACK DOOR TO TOKYO" LATEST ISSUE OF MARCH OF TIME Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glasscr. formerly of 627 s. W. 8th St.. are now making their home at 852 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach. Mrs. Irwin Durbin has returned to her home after Spending two weeks in Newark. While there she attended the marriage of her Bister, Jane Yadmin. to Lt. Seymour Eisenfeld on June 11th. Mrs. Fannie Wimmcr. 1524 Euclid Ave., has left for an extended trip north. In Pittsburgh She expects to see. for the first time in two years, her grandson. who is in the service of the United States Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Daum are spending the summer in Hendersonville, N. C. Mrs. B. Kugelman and her daughter. Mrs. Sue Tohrner. Rivo Alto island, left Wednesday for New London. Conn., where they will be for three months Later they will go to New York City while they have taken an apartment at the Barhizon Plaza and will be joined by Mrs. Tohrners daughter. Mrs. Robert L. Eichberg, who now is visiting in Denver. Ruth Roslyn Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller. 410 S. W. 9th Ave., was a number of the graduating class of the University of Miami, and received her Bachelor of Business Science Degree at graduation this week. She is now on a two month's trip that will take her to Columbia. S. C. and New York. BALLANTINE'S ALE r Amtrict'g Fintst Since 7840 DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BR ANDS, INC. Your Complex Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach A nd for „ your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami W. I. Feucr, Miami Beach realtor, left by plane Friday night for Orlando to visit his daughter, Corinne, who recently entered Rollins College at Winter Park. UNVEILING The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Harry Brenner will take place Sunday at 2:30 p. m. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob will officiate. Em;muel Gordon, of the Gordon Monument Co., is in charge oi arrangements. BRISSM At St. Francis hospital. Rabbi p. M. Machtei officiated at the brith milah of the son of Mr and Mrs. Michael Davis last Friday; the son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Ray Noble on Tuesday on Wednesday, at Jackson Memorial hospital, the son of Mr and Mrs. Morris Salomon, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Diftler. TLiomi for REST CONVALESCENCI O^CHROKICCASES Mount Sinai Memorial ParkS "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY Affiliated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewiah Orthodox, Schaarei Zedek and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes un-Rpt/Park ea I th Resort UNO r01 tOOKUT( OFFICE SPACE and Facilities Available 311 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 50516 Buy a Rod and Reel AND RELAX For Your Health and Plaatur* SHRIBER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP 617 Weet Ave., M. B. Ph. |-123 OPEN EVENINGS On Wednesday evening. June 14th, Pfc. Abraham N. Neiman and Miss Evelyn Scheimin were united in marriage by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob B( tht George Washington Hotel through arrangements with the managers. Jacob I. Spindler and Sol Sroloff. The wedding was sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard. Mr. and Mrs. Wein and many good friends. A reception followed. After a New York honeymoon, Lt. Seymour Silverman, AUS, and his bride, the former Miss Marjorie J. Medoff, will make their home in Petersberg, Va., where he is stationed. Mrs. Silverman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Medoff. 4444 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach, and the brigegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Silverman, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Silverman was graduated from Miami Beach High school and attended the University of Miami. The bridegroom, a member of Beta Sigma Rho, was graduated from Cornell University, Ithaca. N. Y. ^Yoiran^A&^ | vacation. AUanl 'c City J Mr. and MrsT~Ch a ru man. 1421 N. w. 1st c e \ A *'their house guest* M had a mans' parents^ an $\, W Klugman of Savannah fc %  They returnedjj?^ Mrs. Sol Weinklo ; her son. Jerome n vJL #*** where he is %  tMjj"** Va Miss Sarah Rnso c„u turned to the dty T S u tl artz ,a trip to Atlanaand Sf V ^ M.ss Schwartz, daughtSWS In New York this week Mr. and Mrs. Herbert U. Feibelman and their daughter. Emily. 5990 N. E. Fifth Court, attended commencement exercises at the United States Navy Midshipman school at Plattsburg. The Feibelmans' son, Herbert J. Feibelman, was commissioned an ensign Tuesday. Formerly, Herbert attended the University of Miami, both as a civilian student and as a member of the Navy V-12 training program. Mrs. Irwin A. Durbin, 735 14th place, Miami Beach, returned Thursday after a two weeks' vacation in Newark. N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Sailing Baruch. San Marco island, are at the Sherry Netherlands, New York, for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Al Berkowitz have returned to the city after a trip to Washington and New York. Mr. and Mrs. Max Pearlstein of Jamaica. L. I., arrived last week to make their permanent home in this area. They are at present the house guests of Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei. Mrs. Pearlstein is Mrs. Machtei's sister. After July 2 they will reside at 750 Pennsylvania Ave^ Miami Beach. It's Newl Learn Spanish The Conversational Way With LINGUAPHONE $ 52 .50 COMPLETE COURSE Ifs easy! It's interesting! Learn to speak and read Spanish by records with the Linguaphone Course, and follow the speech records with your Linguaphone text-books. Soon you'll be speaking and reading a new language. This course is designed for beginning and advanced language students. Other Linguaphone Courses in French, Portuguese, Russian, Italian, Etc. MIAMI BTORB, RECORDS, FIFTH FLOOR MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 WANTED—MALE VOICES for Miami Beach Jewish Community Center HIGH HOLIDAY CHOIR Call 58-2503 or Write P. O. Box 248. Miami Beach 39, FJorida NOW OPEN MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Restaurant Featuring UNUSUAL FOODS DELICIOUS PASTRHS N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Condition Phone 2-0740 PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME PHONE 9-^, RVING !" .fnBWiFOHMUTY„. 2008 W. FLAGLER RIVERMONT PABK AinTARIU *L %M N. W. 7th tt. ^L*. Mt c.r. for ••"""'%;'%•* MvLar** %  ••utlful



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)A y, JUNE 30, 1944 ^Jenislifkriartcin PAGE FIVE ITS NOW OR NEVER. AMERICA! you must do more than over before! H i's COMB back from the bloody battle of Tarawa. He's faced death every moment of the way. Will be say, "I've done my part I'm through."? Of course not! For he is an American fighting man. He'll go back again and again— until tht job it finished. .A Your job isn't finished yet, either. Four times America has ajked you to do something */ra Jn War Loan Drives-and four times you have responded magnificently. But now the quota is bigger-because the fighting job Is bigger! You must do more than ever before in the 5TH WAX LOAN DRIVI. DoubU your usual extra War Bond purchases.' Triple them, if you can! Send your dollars out to finish tbtjob! Back'tieMac*/BUY MORE THAN BEFORE B'NAI BRITH SPONSORS TWO SUBMARINE CHASERS COSTING $1,000,000 EACH —one by citizens of Miami Beach and one by citizens oi Miami. Help us reach our quota by buying your WAR BONDS THROUGH B'NAI B'RITH AT— DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH FTRST NATIONAL BANK MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION B'NAI B'RITH OFFICE 330 SEYBOLD BLDG. Phone 3-6306 B'NAI B'RITH SOLD BONDS But the Job Is Not Finished KEEP PLUGGING 'TILL IT'S OVER! Sell and Buy Bonds — Only Admission to WATER CARNIVAL, DANCE and ENTERTAINMENT at the SEA GULL POOL AND CABANA CLUB 21st St. at the Ocean, Miami Beach Hotel Evans Family Tuesday Evening, July 4th 7:30 to Midnight Sponsored by B'nai B'rith War Bond Drive ADMISSION BY WAR BOND PURCHASE ONLY B'NAI B'RITH BOND BOOTH In Front oi STEVEN'S WOMENS' APPAREL 45 E. Flagler St. In Charge of A. Z. A. and B'nai B'rith Girls Support the Fifth War Loan and Spur the Invasion! HENRY'S AUTO & TRUCK PARTS 76 N. W. 14th Street LUBY CHEVROLET CO. 1055 W. Flagler Street SIMCO SHOES FOR MEN 1317 Washington Avenus STEVENS MARKET 2201 N. W. 62nd Street AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S. W. 8th Street HALPERT'S CREDIT JEWELERS MO N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI IRON & METAL CO. 2461 N. W. 32nd Avenue WILLIAM D. SINGER 7tl 6 *ta System. Inc. 6 S. W. 2nd Ave. JOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP 74 N. E. 20th Strest KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Avenus NORTON TIRE CO. 500 W. riegler Strest DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. EAST COAST FISHERIES 360 W. Flaglsx Strest GEORGE BERTMAN. REAL ESTATE 420 Lincoln Rosd. Miami Beech, Fla. JEAN'S CANDY SHOPPE 212 Collins Avenus. Miami Beech SAMUEL LIPTON MARKOWITZ BROS., PLUMBERS 326 West Flagler Street LEONARD BARR STANDARD WINE & SPIRITS 47 N. W. 5th Strest MAXWELL FURNITURE CO. 1035 N. Miami Avenus DUNHILI/S MENS' SHOP 115 N. E. 1st Street RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM DR. SANEL BEER—1366 N. W. 7th Street MIAMI MILLWORK & LUMBER CO. 535 N. W. 11th Street WEINKLES LIQUOR STORES 1701 Alton Road, Miami Beach r 1


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