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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 )
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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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^-THE JEWISH UNITY
VOLUME
17-NUMBER 27
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
New York. (JTA)Satis-
faction with the attitude taken
b the nation;. 1 convention of the
^publican Party towards the
Palestine problem was expressed
BSTDr. Abba Hillel Silver.
cha.rman of the American Zion-
ist Emergency Council upon his
return from Chicago where he
delivered the invocation at the
Republican conclave. He em-
phasized that he hoped that the
national convention of the Dem-
ocratic Party "will likewise
adopt a Strong pro-Palestine
plank."
The text ot the Republican
Party plank on Palestine reads:
"In order to give refuge to
millions of distressed Jewish
men, women and children driven
from their homes by tyranny,
we call for the opening of Pales-
tine to their unrestricted immi-
gration and land owenrship, so
that in accordance with the full
intent and purpose of the Bal-'
four Declaration of 1917 and the
Resolution of a Republican Con-
gress in 1922. Palestine may be
constituted as a free and demo-
cratic commonwealth. We con-
demn the failure of the Presi-
dent to insist that the manda-
tory of Palestine carry out the
provision of the Balfour Declar-
ation and of the Mandate while
he pretends to support them."
The section of the Republi-
can platform in which President
Roosevelt is accused of only
pretending to support the Bal-
four Declaration was attacked
by Rabbi Stephen S. Wise ad-
dressing more than 1,000 guests
at the dinner given in honor of
Rep. Sol Bloom by the Palestine
Grove Representation Commit-
tee.
Emphasizing that President
Roosevelt was "unjustly ac-
cussed" by the Republicans.
Rabbi Wise asked Rep. Bloom to
tell the audience how unfair
ZWITMAN WILL SPEAK
AT TEMPLE ON FRIDAY
Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman
of Fort Monmouth, New Jersey,
will return to his pulpit Fri-
day evening at Temple Israel of
Miami, from which he is on leave
of absence for the duration as
an army chaplain.
He will conduct the service at
Temple Israel of Miami Friday
evening, July 7th, at 8:15. His
sermon topic will be "Religion
and the Armed Forces." The
theme will be an analysis of the
impact of the war on the relig-
ious life of men and women in
the service.
Chaplain Zwitman came to
Miami on special leave to attend
and perform the last rites for his
friend, Morris Blank, who was
one of the founders and oast
president of Temple Israel of
Miami.
r
fi.00H.ll GOAL
IN BONO ACTIVITY
ASSEMBLY ENDORSES
"FREE PORT" SET UP
I ALLOTS
LACKAWAXEN, Penn., (JTA)
Resolutions urging full imple-
mentation of the Balfour Declar-
ation by the establishment of a
Jewish Commonwealth in Pales-
tine and nailing the establish-
ment of a "free port" by Presi-
dent Roosevelt for the tempor-
I ary shelter of refugees, were
. W V Auxiliarv and' adPted here at the closing scs-
.. ,T r,Y "ision of the 44th annual conven-
Miami Beach Exceed | tion of the Rabbinical Assembly
of America, the central body of
the Conservative rabbinate.
Rabbi Louis Levitsky, retir-
ing president, reported that the
synagogues are faced with a
manpower shortage since one-
third of the American rabbinate
about 250are in the armed
forces, while another 50 are
being processed. Rabbis are
being forced, he said, to devote
time to congregations other than
their own, in order to meet the
spiritual needs of the communi-
ties.
TUPS BLOW UP
T
L
TOJEIfipOPLL
ZURICH, (JTA)Acting un-
der the existing anti-Jewish reg-
ulations, the Hungarian author-
ities have allotted only 2.800
apartments to the 250,000 Jews
of Budapest who have been
moved into ghettos, it is re-
ported here from the Hungarian
capital. .
More than 28.000 Jewish
apartments have been vacated
in Budapest by the removal of
the Jews. The central body of
Hungarian Jewry, which is act-
ing as a liason group between
the Jews and the Hungarian
authorities, was notified that no
more than two square meters
of housing space will be allotted
to each Jew in the ghetto
dwellings. Jewish doctors will
be permitted to have a reception
room in addition to their living
quarters.
The policy of the Hungarian
Government to concentrate all
nlair|the Jews of Budapest in areas
the statement was. Mr. Bloom exposed to Allied air raids has
said he had discussed Palestine \ ?^eady produced is irstRhast-
LI.
IS POSTPONLD AT
0. D. T. REQUEST
Their Set Bond Quotas
Although very close to reach-
ing the quota of $2,000,000 in
the present 5th War Bond Drive,
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
through its bond committee un-,
der the chairmanship of Louis
Heiman, are extending all ef-
forts towards going over the
mark set by a substantial mar-
gin.
Reaching a climax om the se-
ries of special events under the
leadership of Nat Roth, special
events chairman, was the elabo-
rate water carnival, dance and
entertainment held last Tuesday
evening. Seven hundred and
fifty people were present at the
Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club,
made available through the cour-
tesy of the Evans Family. Ad-
mission to the affair was by bond
purchases only, and a large gath-
ering witnessed a water show
by outstanding swimmers and
divers. Miami Beach Life
Guards put on an exhibition, as I rrtmr,iv;n,, with the reauest
did Arthur Trow,. New ?ork L|CSPS& IFdA^BS
Chi^rtS?iLSrW,,known a, Portation. the Interim Commit-
Jacob Schreiber, known as r~ .. Amer;can Jewish
"Silver Dollar Jake/ presented > g^^^JS^Sed topost*
a series of f^J^v,edby the he seCQJ session of thc
awarding of silver dollars to; Con{erencc orjRinally scheduled
bond purchasers. Lee Mason as- \ y ^fa D ^cekcnd in
s.sted in the bond f.uf'vn- f"d j Chicago. While no definite date
the total sales for the evening. < was *jxcd for ,he sessiorii it
not including advance ticket indicated that the postpone-
sakjs. neared the $50,000 mark wou]d ^ f The total bond sales foi the than months. in view of
entire drive, as announced by | h emergencv character of the
the organization Wednesday, was > fc *nfcren and its concern with
on many occasions with the
President and that there was
not the slightest doubt of the
President'.- desire to see the Bal-
four Declaration fulfilled. A
|rove has been named after Sol
Bloom in the George Washing-
ton Forest in Palestine, it was
announced at the dinner.
NEW "ECUADOR HEAD
SCORES ANTI-SEMITISM
.Quito, Ecuador, (JTA) A
Christian and liberal nation"
nnot tolerate anti-Semitic ac-
tivities, Dr. Velasco Ibarra, new
Provisional president of Ecudor.
>uted here ;,t a press conference
""ring which he discussed the
Problems facing his regime.
Admitting that he had en-
countered some Anti Jewish
wejudice in Ecuador. Dr. Ibarra
S anu"Semitism is inhuman
na un-Chnstian. and does not
FJ with the Commandment:
yi,r Uy ne'Rhbor as thyself.'"
Eg? of, modern progress in the
22 ,of ,c""ure and science is
*ed to Jews, he added.
JRgentinFteachers not
i10 teach anti-semitism
(JTAintrideo- Uruguay,
Wblic~Alil|-?emilism in the
whirh s,chools in Argentina,
Son 7 m,inated in the gre-
SSto J,'uWish children on
the g, Sfnch" M a result of
the E^ment decrce making
kion "K al lhc Catholic re-
brZht Tpu,ry' this week
*hool L.r shan> waring to
to Si,leathers in Buenos Aires
childr from '"citing Catholic
l n against Jewish.
Mh??e W" Bonds
,he best investment
are
ly results. The Hungarian Tele-
graphic Agency reports that the
Jewish hospital and seven Jewish
houses in Budapest, located in
the ghetto section of the city,
have been hit by Allied bombs.
No details are given as to the
number of casualties.
The Budapest raido announced
that beginning July 1 men in the
Jewish Labor Service in Hun-
gary allowed to correspond with
their families, will have to use
special yellow postcards. The
cards, the announcement said,
will have "reply cards" attached
on which return addresses must
be filled by the Jews in the
labor service before mailing,
otherwise the family will not be
able to respond. Postal author-
ities are instructed not to ac-
cept any communications tor
Jews in the labor service except
on the yellow "reply cards, the
broadcast warned.
allik^cTktablish
committee in rome
London. (JTA)-The Allied
Military Government in Koine
this week announced the estab-
lishment of a special committee
to deal with restoration of con-
fiscated property to Jews.
The committee, composed o
prominent Italian citizens will
immediately stat registering the
damages suffered by Jews in the
Rome district both during the
time when Rome was ruled by
the Fascists and by the Oir-
mans. Jews in Rome whose
homes have been wrecked wnu
the introduction of the anteJe*-
ish laws in Italy will be houses
in temporary dwellings PJgvided
for them by the Allied Military
Government. Measures will i*
taken to restore all confiscated
Jewish possessions.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
HUNGARIAN JEWS
TO BE EXPELLED
WITHIN U INS
immediate problems of rescuing
Jews from Nazi-Europe and
post-war questions which are
now under consideration.
An inquiry with the Office
of Defense Transportation, made
by the Interim Committee fol-
lowing the decision to postpone
brought the response that a
sixty to ninety-day postpone-
ment would be entirely satisfac-
tory.
The Interim Committee re-
viewed the arrangements that
have thus far been made by the
Zurich. (JTA) All Jews > Administrative Committee ore-
marked for deportation from paring for the second session
Hungary must be expelled from and took action to strengthen
t h c country "within twenty tne executive apparatus of the
days," the Hungarian Minister Conference. It enlarged the Ad-
of Interior has instructed police m,niStrative Committee, which
authorities charged with the task was established in May to ar-
i of deporting Jews from Hungary range for the second session,
to occupied Poland. ; by adding the Chairmen of the
The instructions, which were Commissions to that body and
broadcast over Hungarian radio by vesting in that body author-
stations advise the police au- ity to implement recommenda-
thorities that "the .deportation tions made by the Commissions.
SJ Wfi^J-?' TREATlS_5ri^9-1920
??" PoSVion lthate "ose | ARE TERMED FAILURES
iSVp&!Ltm^^S\ New York.l>rThe "Min-
mals wtHermed "nothing but orities Treaties" of 1919 and
VPical Anglo-Saxon bluff." by 1920 which, with their collateral
iffMinister safeguards, were set up by the
Private advices reaching here Treaty of Versailles peace-
from Budapest reveals that the makers as protection for racial
nro Nazi Hungarian Government and religious minorities are
Ts anxiouf to" complete the de- characterizedI, M a JbOmJ^
Portation of Jew. frorr.the cap-
Moscow, (JTA) ? Information
reaching here from partisan
units behind the German lines
discloses that members of a
Jewish unit recently broke into
German-held Vilna, blew up the
power station, and left the city
in darkness for six days.
The same unit, which is com-
posed of Jews who escaped from
Vilna prior to the Nazi exter-
mination of the Jewish popula-
tion there, was reported her-
this week to have carried out ;*
number of other important op-
erations recently, derailing trains
on the Vilna-Sarny line carry-
ing German soldiers, officers
and ammunition and destroying
German communication lines by
felling telegraph poles. The
unit, whose commander Itzik
Wittenberg from Vilna. was
killed last July, is now led by a
25-year-old Jewish student of
the Vilna Academy of Art whose
name is not disclosed for security
reasons. The unit has many
Jewish girls in its ranks who
have participated in raids on
German garrisons in neighbor-
ing villages.
The murder of a Red Aryman
by the Germans in the small
town of Medvin in the Ukraine
paved the way for a charge of
"ritual murder" against all the
Jews of the city and their exe-
cution by the Nazis, the com-
misar of a partisan detachment
reported here this week.
In the spring of 1942, a large
group of Red Army prisoners
passed through Medvin under
German guard. One of the pris-
oners was stabbed to death and
his body thrown into a cellar.
Several days later the Gestapo
"discovdreoV" the b o dy and
spread the word that "the Jews
were killing Christians for ritual
purposes." Although the popu-
lation ignored the bait, the Ger-
mans staged a trial of all the
Jews, comprising about 80 fa-
milies, and sentenced them to
death. Prior to executing their
victims, the Nazis flogged them
with rubber clubs and hanged
them by their feet.
Only one Jew escaped. He
was hidden for two years in the
home of a peasant, who risked
her life to shelter him. When
the Red Army recaptured Med-
vin, this lone survivor joined the
Russian troops and is now fight-
ing i-t the front, the partisan
commander's report reveals.
the principal railway
Morris D. Waldman in an article
the pru in the current issue of the Con-
nes leading to and from the temporary Jewish Record. Mr.
I chv a re' crippled by Allied air Waldman, vice-chairman of the
Stacks Large-scale deportation executive committee of the Am-
fth.. 250 000 Jews of Budapest! erican Jewish Committee, de-
oild be difficult if rail com- dares that, in order to insure
equality of rights for people be-
longing to minority elements,
drastic changes are necessary in
the approach to the problem, in-
cluding changes in the doctrine
of "national self-determination"
sponsored by Woodrow Wilson.
SPECIAL COUNCIL SET UP
FOR RELIGIOUS GROUPS
London, (JTA)The Moscow
radio this week announced the
formation of a Council on Re-
ligious Affairs by the central
government to deal with ques-
tions concerning the Christian,
Jewish, Mohammedan and Bud-
dhist religions. ,
The Council will serve as a
liason body between the Soviet
authorities and the representa-
tives of the various groups
throughout the U. S. S. R.. the
announcement said.
w
munications are disrupted.
IEWISH__sTrTLERS_RETURN
TO HOMES IN THE CRIMEA
Moscow. (JTA)Jewish sett-
lers hi the Crimean colonies es-
abhshed by the Agrojo.nt are
beginning to return to their
on Cs especially in the Lann-
dorf and Freidorf districts it is
Sported here by Major Zalman
'Salbukh from Simferopol, cap-
1 Hal of the Crimea.
Washington, (JTA) The
question of restitution of con-
fiscated property to Jews upon g^ "i^jaj
JDC OPENS OFFICE IN
ITALY WITH PERLMAN
Nfew York, (JTA)The ap-
pointment of Max Perlman to
head the office which the Joint
D i s t r i b u tion Committee has
opened in Bari, Italy, was an-
nounced this week by Joseph
C. Hyman, executive vice-chair-
man of the JDC. Mr. Perlman
was transferred to his post in
Southern Italy from North
Africa.
The Joint Distribution Com-
mittee is preparing to send an-
other experienced worker to
their return to Italy was dis- ]
cussed here this week.

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*JewisiincrkUan
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. William Sokel
who were married June 22 in
Miami are now residing in San
Francisco. Mr. Sokel is sta-
tioned in California as a Naval
Petty Officer.
Mrs. Sokel is the former
Rosine Brill, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Brill. 1026 S. W.
Fourth st_______________
Mr. Sam Miller, 1919 S. W.
17th Street, left Thursday to
visit with her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Rhoda Miller, and grand-
child, of Hartford. She will
spend some time in New York
before returning.
Mrs. Nathan Siegel, accom-
panied by her son Edward, left
for an extended Northern vaca-
tion.
Mrs. Abe Mazor, of Miami
Beach, is vacationing at the Wald-
mere Hotel at Kiamesha Lake.
New York. She will be joined
by her husband the latter part
of the month.
BAR MITZVAH
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oaken an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Arnold, to take place at
services at Miami Beach Jewish
Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue.
Miami Beach, On Saturday. July
8th, at 9:00 a. m. A recep-
tion will follow and on Sun-
day evening the family will be
at home to their friends at 1542
Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Herman Pearl, son Arthur
and daughter Lila, are visiting
in the North.
Mrs. Herbert Feldan, daughter
Rachel, and son Albert, left this
week for a Northern trip.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, o f
Beth Jacob Congregation left
Miami Beach for New York for
a two months' stay. He has
enrolled for a six weeks' study
course at the Bernard Revel
Graduate School. The credit for
this course will go towards the
Rabbi's Doctorate o f Hebrew
Letters.
Dr. Lester Stepner returned
to his home on Miami Beach,
following a two week's visit
with his family in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Alexander
have returned to Miami and are
now making their home on the
Beach. Mr. Alexander, better
known to his friends as "Beans,"
recently received a medical dis-
charge from the army. He was
stationed at Camp Sibert, Ala.
Rabbi Max Shapiro returned to
the city this week after visiting
in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Levin. 1941 N.
W. Flaglcr Terrace, are leaving
for New York July 6th. for a
three months' vacation. They
will spend a few days at the
home of their son. Bill Levin, in
Collingswood, New Jersey.
FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1944
BIRTHS
Dr. and Mrs. NelsonZi^itT
2644 Flamingo Drive. anno'X
the birth of a son. born Jim!
28th. The Bris took place la*
Thursday at St. Francs
pital, Rabbi S. M. MachR., s,"
ficiating. *'
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glazer
are now residing at 852 Jeffer-
son Avenue. Miami Beach. They
previously lived in Miami.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and
daughter Judith, and son, Ken-
neth, will leave Tuesday for New
York to visit with relatives and
friends.
Miss Diane Predinger. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Pred-
inger, 1425 S. W. 5th Street, is
in Tampa visiting her uncle and
aunt, Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Augus-
tine.
Miss Claire Ruth Rosenfeld is
a house guest of Rabbi and Mrs.
Moses Mescheloff. 711 Lenox
Avenue, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Jennie Lubow, 454 N. W.
25th Ave.. will leave on the
eleventh to spend several weeks
with her daughter and son-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Leibler,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
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FIFTH FLOOR
Mr. Ernest Fuld, 2721 S. W.
20th St., has returned from a
combined business and vacation |
trip to New York and Lake
Placid.
Miss Helene Rose Saffer re-
cently left to spend the summer
at Camp Burgess Glenn, Cedar
Mount, N. C.
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine is in
Chicago at 18 East Elm Street,
where she is visiting with rela-
tives and friends. She will be
joined in August by her daugh-
ters, Natalie and Mickey, who
are at present at Camp Burgess,
Glenn, North Carolina. They
will return to Miami in Septem-
ber.
Miss Mildred Berkowitz is
spending her vacation in New
York and Boston. She will be
away for about three weeks.
Mrs. Moses Krieger is conva-
lescing at her home, 1114 Alton
Road, after undergoing an oper-
ation at the Jackson Memorial
hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Schachno have
returned to their home, 744
Michigan Ave., after a month's
vacation at Montreal, Canada.
Washington. New York and
Lakewood, N. J.
Ronald J. Mann, eldest son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mann, of
Coral Gables, left on July 3rd
to enter Cornell University in
Ithaca. New York. Their other
son, Stuart, is at Camp Keeyu-
mah, Penn., for the summer.
Mrs. Jack Hirsch and son,
Selig, will leave July 8th for
Mt. Vernon, New York, to visit
with relatives and friends. They
will return in about seven
weeks.
Mrs. Max Mintzer is now visit-
ing in Saratoga Springs, New
York. She wilt be joined by her
husband the latter part 01 this
month.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon.
2027 S. W. 6th St.. will spend
the next few weeks at the Astor
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Max Pepper, accom-
panied by her children, Mar-
shall and Nancy, are leaving
today for a short stay in New
York. They will spend the re-
mainder of the summer at the
New Arlington Hotel at Fleish-
man's New York, returning here
about the middle of September.
Her husband, Lieut. S. G. Pep-
per, has been on foreign duty
since last September.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Homa
have joined their daughter,
Barbara, and son, William, at the
Barier Hotel, Miami, alter an
absence of three years. Mr.
Homa will return to the Panama
Canal Zone, where he is en-
gaged in Government work, and
will rejoin his family in several
months.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gerstein
and daughters are guests at the
Astor Hotel in Miami Beach,
where they will remain for sev-
eral weeks.
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OUR BRETHREN
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How fragile a thing is
a Jew,
How easily exterminated.
Three million souls
Forced to die.
To goose-step tempo.
Driven.
To lime kilns,
To poison gas.
To filthy camps,
To hunger
And to madness.
Our brethren.
They bled and died
So bravely,
So quietly,
And now,
Only a whispering prayer
remains,
But a prayer
That rises to a roar.
A mighty, thundering.
Devastating shout.
That blasts the soul
Of every Jew.
To fight and give,
In recompense,
If that can be.
Because they died .
For all of us.
. Mr. and Mrs. Hayner H, Bloom
^41HN-tHE- Ith AVCnUe' a""S
the birth of a son on June 21st
Lieut, and Mrs. M. S. Keiser
announce the birth of a daueh
ter June 27 at St. Frances ho
pital. The child has been nameri
Cheryllyn. The baby's mater
nal grand-parents are Mr and
Mrs. Paul Seitelman, 1341 Mer-
idian ave.
BRISM
The Brisim of the sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spector. and
Mr. and Mrs. David R. Gold-
stein, took place last Wednesday
at Jackson Memorial. Rabbi
S. M. Machtei officiated.
UNVEILINGj^
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Hella
Gruen will take place Sunday
morning at 10:00 a. m. in the
Jewish section of Woodlawn Park
with Rabbi Simon April of Cone
Schaarei Zedek officiating. Mr
Sidney- H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument Company is in charge
of arrangements. Friends and
relatives are asked to be pres-
ent.
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Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Bloomfield,
Miami Beach, are spending two
months in Hendersonville.
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Jewish Orthodox, Schaarei Zedek and Sisterhood
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Starts SaL at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. Thru Tues., July 811
TROPICAL TEMPTRESS
in the Garden oi Love
MARIA
MONTEZ
in the technicolor sensation
"COBRA
WOMAN"
WITH
JON HALL SABU
LON CHANEY
and cast of thousands
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
WANTEDMALE VOICES
for
Miami Beach Jewish Community Center
HIGH HOLIDAY CHOIR
Call 58-2503
or Write P. O. Box 248. Miami Beach 39, Florida
Buy a Rod and Reel
AND RELAX
For Your Healtfc and Pleasure
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TACKLE SHOP
517 Wast Ave.. M. B Ph. 6-1923
OPEN EVENINJIS
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PHONE 9-2664
SERVING THE IEWISH
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COMMUNITY
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MHAY, JULY 7, 1044
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PAGE THRHB
^ week marks the 7th an- ,
m of the opening of the,
? ?\ Security Board in Miami.1
S?" nffie" located in Miami,
Sfestabished in July 1937.;
Sf the Purpose of rendering
' mnt service to people who
Se'd Sonal Security Account
Staor desired to file claims
[ofoid Arc and Survivors In-
surance.
-During the past 7 years this
offJcc has issued more than
?75 0OO account cards to people
vine in Dade, Broward and
S counties," William B.
Weaver, the manager, said.
YhV is a marked acceleration
m the number of people apply-
L for account cards Our of-
ce has issued Social Security
cards to many people who
would not ask for them in peace-
time-high school boys and
iris taking part-time jobs in
laundries, stores or offices^ to
help replace workers who nave
been called to the armed serv-
ices' housewives who never had
iobs before but who feel that
they can do a patriotic duty
and help with the war effort,
and older workers who had re-
tired from the labor market
because of age, but who want
to do their part now.
'Our job is to issue Social
Security account cards to all
those taking jobs with industry
or commerce." declared Mr.
Weaver. 'But I wonder if they
all realize that they are doing
more than getting Social Secur-
ity Account cardsthat they
are in a sense taking a step to-
wards their own and their
family's future security. Getting
a Social Security Account Num-
ber is really taking out an insur-
ance policy with the Federal
Government, not only for the
worker but for his family.
N.C.I.W. MEMBERS OF
NEW NATIONAL BODY
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women has been accepted
lor membership in the newly-
orgamzed American Council of
Voluntary Agencies for Foreign
Service. The American Council.
now comprising forty-three or-
ganizations, is coordinating its
efforts with the services of the
United Nations Relief and Re-
habilitation Administration.
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women carried out a notable
program of social welfare in
Europe after the First World
War, and its work in immigrant
aid. port and dock assistance
to refugees, and Americanization
and naturalization has been rec-
ognized for many years by the
United States Immigration and
Naturalization Service.
ANOTHER $10,000 CASH GIFT
IS MADE TO UNIV. OF MIAMI
QUESTIONS AND
ANSWERS _
What will the Government
do with the money I invest in
bondt?
All money invested in Savings
Bonds and other Government
securities, as well as receipts
from all other sources, goes im-
mediately into the general fund
of the Treasury, from which all
war and other expenditures are
made.
How can I get special in-
formation or advice about a Gov-
ernment security?
If your banker, postmaster or
local War Finance Committee is
unable to supply it, write to your
nearest Federal Reserve Bank or
to the Treasury Department,
Washington. D. C.
Where can I buy War Bonds
and other Government
ities?
Another $10,000 cash contri-
bution was made to the Univer-
sity of Miami, by the West
Flagler Kennel club, through
Jacob Sher. president, and W.
L. Huntley, general manager.
The gift is the 17th $10,000 cash
donation and brings the total
in the expansion movement
close to the quarter mark in the
$1,000,000 goal.
Bruno Weil is chairman of the
committee heading the expan-
sion drive.
Long-Time Resident
Dies Suddenly Sunday
Morris Plant. 58, died unex-
pectedly of a heart attack Sun-
day at his home, 923 S. W. 10th
Avenue. He had been in ill-
health for about
two months.. A
v native of Peor-
ia, 111., he came
here 3 9 years
-^ ago from New
f' ;MJ^k^. ft Yrk and was a
Jvsnf "''''' clothing
Mb / marchant.
Surviving are
"~^ his wife, Mrs.
\ Evelyn Plant;
.....V_ three sons. Cap.
Alfred L. Plant, with the Army
at Camp Lee. Va.; Sidney Plant,
health for about two months.
! A native of Pcoria. 111., he came
hew 39 years ago from New York
and was a retail clothing mer-
chant.
Farmingdale. N. J., and Ensign
Theodore Plant, with the Navy
in the Pacific; three sisters and
a brother.
' ,K'fr, mtenM 1Zwi*man-, ment securities-may be purchased
'T,- ? V PU'Plt ,n,T?m- through any bank.
pie Israel, made a special trip, # Whai security is behind
to officiate at the services, which I these bonds?
w.'LP aK Ut Tem>jk' Israel on I The full faith and credit of the
a,.?,1, yn u United States Government.
Active pall bearers were: Harry
r
I2.000.000 COIL
IN BOHB ACTIVITT
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
$1,939,675. The organization,
which is sponsoring the purchase
of two sub-chasers, one for Mi-
ami Beach and the other for Mi-
ami, will continue its drive for
bond sales throughout the month,
trying to assist the government
program in the sale of Series E
bonds.
$300,000 worth of bonds sold
secur- to date js tne report of the La-
, dies Auxiliary of the Jewish
During the Fifth War Loan.. War Veterans of the Freda Mar-
the Treasury, through its many j volunteer workers and issuing I care of all of their pledges which
agents, will be offering the com-
plete list of available Govern-
ment securities as described in
bond folders Series E War Bonds
are available at more than 50.-
include an evacuation hospital,
convalescence camp, out-fitting
the outfit" with enough over to
outfit a general hospital. Mem-
bers of the organization are now
PALESTINE DEDUCTED
FROM AGENCY QUOTA
---------
London. (JTA)-The Palestine
Government has deducted 1.500
immigration certificates from
the quota allotted to the Jewish
Agency under the White Paper
"in order to cover Jews who left
the ranks of the Polish Army
in the Near East and remained
in Palestine," the London Jew-
ish Chronicle reports from Jer-
usalem. The paper draws at-
tention to the fact that more
than 700 Jews who left the Pol-
ish forces in Palestine are serv-
ing at present with the Jewish
units in the British Army.
Nevins. Frank Pearlman. Her-
bert Simons. Nat Roth, Harry V.
Simons, Morris B. Frank, Jacob
Eppstein and Herman I. Homa.
Interment was in Temple
Israel section of Woodlawn. Ar-
rangements were in charge of the
Gordon Funeral Home.
FIELD ARMY FOR
L
000 sales outlet* Other Govern-! helping the defense council with
the block drive. At an early
date the auxiliary will announce
the names of individuals who
sold the most bonds during this
campaign.
Miami Beach guaranteed and
;nn nnn FTTNTl Tr"^ &ITV underwrote $10,000,000 fifth war
1 r life rYVtrPDnitni bond! and the actual amount is-
ItWb Ur LllnUANlA sueci ls so dose to that amount
i j /t^TTT" t ...;u that nothing short of victory can
London, (JTA)-Many Jewish be ciaimed, Chairman Samuel T.
doctors from Palestine who went j Bi. coin HmiMnrav <.v.r
to Abyssinia during the
|LfOOD TOKTHE EyscUBtjy
At the Antilla Hotel
1108 Ponce de Leon
"Coral Gables Finest"
DINING ROOM
H O U R 9 :
Week Days Sundays
5:30 to 9 P. M. 4 to 9 P. M.
CLOSED EVERY FRIDAY
Inquiries Welcomed for
Bridge Luncheon! and Special Parties
Phone 48-1714
RELEASED BY THE ARMY
Now Open Year Around
flUUeAa 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
Notice
Box 747. Daytona Beach. Fla. _^frfrfr
HENRY H. HARDESTY. Mar- <****
Several Hotel Positions Open Write!
The Womens' Field Army for
Cancer Control are now cam-
paigning for a fund for the pro-
posed Tumor Institution for Dade
County to be built after the war.
The organization is supporting
the 5th War Loan Bond Drive,
asking the public to make bond
purchases and present them to
the organization.
Officers of the group stated
that, according to present statis-
tics, 163,000 persons died every
twelve months of cancer. By
knowledge of the first signs, and
immediate medical attention,
many of these deaths could be
eliminated.
The Womens' Field Army for
Cancer Control is a volunteer
group working as a part of the
American Society for the Control
of Cancer. The executive board
is composed of doctors and lay-
men; the advisory board is com-
posed of all organizations in-
terested in educating people that
cancer is no longer a bug-a-
boo, but a disease to be handled
matter of factlv.
Dade County's quota for this
year is $2,700. This money is
divided so that 25 per cent goes
to National Headquarters for re- \
search and 75 per cent stays in
the State of Florida to carry on
the educational program. All
monies, all donations, over the
$2,700, remains in a fund in Dade
County to build a tumor institute
for the people of South Florida.
The need for a hospital for
semi-annual examinations, treat-
ment and research is the great
aim for South Florida towards
which the Women's Field Army
is working. Headquarters are at
843 Ingraham Building, Miami,
Florida.
Officers of the organization
are:
Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson. Com-
mander Dade County.
Dr. Richard Fleming. Chairman
Executive Board.
Mr. William C. Hill, Treasurer.
Mrs. W. W. Corbett, Jr., Pub-
licity Chairman.
Mrs. Alice W. Thompson. Sec-
retary.
MEMORIAL MEETING TO DR.
HERZL'S MEMORY SUNDAY
Rrit Sapiro said. However, every
,'1" i effort will be made this week to
ish campaign to liberate the continue with the sale of bonds.
CO,U,m?Vfrom th Itaians havt' | particularly the "E" issue, so
settled there in private practice | fh t Miami Beach can R0 away
and are helping develop a pub- ; th t
lie health system, it was dis- __. __...
.closed here by Norman Bent- Dade county has over-sub-
wich. former Attorney-General. scribed its quota by 6-milion.
of Palestine and a legal adviser j for a total of approximately 40-
to Haile Selassie. million, it was announced Sat-
Dr. Bentwich spoke at a din- Ulday-. ._______...
ner marking the establishment! Chairman Sapiro places credi
of a Wingate Ward in the Prin-1 for the sales to the wonderful
cess Trahai Hospital in Addis' cooperation and unity of the
Abbaba, the Ethiopian capital.; more than score of groups and
He paid tribute to the late Mai.- organizations participating in the
after whom the ward was j campaign,
killed
in a
named, who was a IT-.,ir h re i*i
plane crash in Burma several NEW CAFE IN MIAMI
months ago.
IS REALLY THE "TOPS"
JEWISH DOCTORS STAY
IN ABYSSINIAN WORK
T o p p s restaurant, Miami's
newest eating place, located at
N. E. Second Avenue at Fourth
New York. (JTA) A fund I Street, has received a reception
of $500,000 to aid Jewish refu-
gees from Lithuania scattered
throughout the world will be
raised here, it was decided at a
conference of the Federation of
Lithuanian Jews held at Hotel
Picadilly. About 100 delegates
representing various groups oT
Lithuanian Jews in the country
attended the conference.
It was estimated by speakers |
at the gathering that about
10,000 Lithuanian Jews arc now
in Russia. The majority of
them are in Turkestan and are
in need of immediate relief.
Some of them have received
food packages through the Joint
Distribution Committee. About
8,000 packages were also sent to
Lithuanian Jews in Russia by
the Federation of
Jews in Palestine.
far greater than fondest expecta-
tions, the management stated.
We have been serving to ca-
pacity since our opening sev-
eral weeks ago, and this con-
tinued patronage proves our
purpose when we planned and
opened Topp's, which was to
give quality and service in the
proper environment.
Our restaurant, the manage-
ment stated, is operated by ex-
perienced restaurateurs, who
know the business from A to Z.
and who purchase nothing but
the finest of foods. All of our
pastries, of which we are ex-
ceptionally proud, are baked on
the premises.
All of our equipment and fur-
nishings are of the most mod-
Lithuanian em, and our excellent air con-
ditioning makes Topp's restaur-
ant an outstanding attraction
among Miami's dining places.
^jGUST BROS RVf
IS the BEST
A BEST investmentA United
States War Bond. Buy often.
fycudkie!*
"FINE FOODS"
134 23rd Street
Opposite Roney Plaza
Phone Open 'til 2 a.m.
58-2310 Closed Mondays
Serving Fine
KOSHER MEATS
Delicious Sandwiches
Dairy Dishes
Hot Plates
Home-Made Pastries
Also Box Lunches and
Sandwiches
For Fishing Parties
A memorial meeting, commem-
orating the 40th anniversary of
1 the death of Dr. Theodore Herzl,
; will take place Sunday evening.
Julv 16th. at the Beth David
Auditorium.
The meeting will be held un-
I der the auspices of the Miami
Zionist District. Mr. Harry Sim-
I onhoff, President, announced.
i The program will weave itself
I around the life of Dr. Herzl,
I Founder of Political Zionism.
NOW OPEN
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Restaurant
Feafuring
UNUSUAL FOODS
DELICIOUS PASTRIES
N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned fkotf 2-074O
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FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1944

The Jewish Floridian
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Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
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MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 7, 1944
TAMMUZ 16. 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 27
WORTHWHILE READING
We are devoting this space to one of the finest and clearest
expressions we have ever read defining the position of the Jews
in this country. It was written by Richard E. Gustadt, National
Director of the ADL to a Christian woman in Miami who had em-
bodied certain criticisms and accusations of the Jews in a letter
to the Jews in a letter to the Justice Murphy Committee to Com-
bat Anti-Semitism.
Read it carefully. It will provide you with ammunition should
any of these same charges be made in your presence.
Dear Mrs. A.
I recently had a conversation with Mr. Frank Peterson, the
Executive Director of the Justice Murphy Committee to Combat
Anti-Semitism. Mr. Peterson and Justice Murphy were troubled
over some of the non-Jewish reactions to the genuinely American
address which Justice Murphy had delivered at Carnegie Hall. New
York. As a result of that conversation, Mr. Peterson transmitted
to me a copy of your recent letter to him, and I am taking the
liberty of answering it because I deeply appreciate the candid man-
ner in which vou approach a problem which is distressing, of course,
to all thinking Jews, but which is fraught with greater danger to
the American way of life than it is to the Jews. Recent history
has proven that the assault upon the Jews is merely the prelim-
inary skirmish to a battle against religious and democratic values
per se. Your comments, therefore, are extremely interesting,
and I should like to make such response as lies within my limited
ability, since I believe that, the advance of understanding with
respect to this problem, may contribute to the permanence of the
American concept.
You are quite right that the rapid increase of prejudice against
Jews is measurably attributable to Nazi propaganda. This pre-
ceded, on American soil, Hitler's rise to power in Germany, for even
at that remote date the Nazis understood the necessity of breaking
down American morale and unity by arraying one segment of
the population against another. Jewish leaders constantly em-
phasize that Christians, generally, are not anti-Semitic, and that
every denomination of Christians, through its responsible voices.
have condemned anti-Semitism. We are well aware of this and I j
doubt that it is Jewish truculence which interferes with Jews
understanding this, as much as it is the thoughtless generaliza-
tion against the Jewish people as a whole which so frequently is
expressed by non-Jewish individuals who have a real 01 fancied
grievance or criticism of this or that particular Jew. You ascribe
uvor-shrcwd and questionable business tactics as the justification for
the inclusion of the approbious definition of the term 'Jew''
presently found in many dictionaries. Further on in your letter
you refer very eloquently to Jews "under the shadow of the \
eternal Shylock." I should like to associate these two thoughts.
It is not generally known that the original Shylock was not a Jew
but a Christian, and that the victim from whom the pound of flesh
was to be out was a Jew. This story may be found in the work
of Gregorio Leti. the papal biographer, to whom adequate refer-
ence is made in any proper encyclopedia. Jews, having been ban-
ished from England in the period of religious strife, were little
known by the English people. Shakespeare, who wanted to draw
the picture of a villainous character, found it easy to transpose the
relationship of the exactor of the pound of flesh and to have him
conform more readily to the popular concept of a villian. In the
several centuries since the writing of this classic, the stereotype
has been fastened upon the thinking of hundreds of millions of
people, and this literary accident is just one more historic mis-
fortune of the Jewish people. I would not have you believe that
we hold Jews guiltless of wrongdoing. The Jewish people have
their percentage of individuals who fall from grace. This is. of
course, contrary to every religious concept of the Jewish faith
which, as you know, pioneered in the field of social and religious
ethics. These people, however, err as individuals, as human
beings, not as members of any religious community. The historic
role of the Jew, however, as the scapegoat adds to the tragedy
in that Armenians, or Yankees, or Scotchmen, all of whom are
famous for driving close bargains, not to even revert to the French
and Italian peasants and many others, makes the situation even
more unfortunate for the Jews than for members of any other
group.
You are quite correct in your very fair statement that much
of the quality of the Jew which is considered unsocial, rises from
a defense mechanism which is the result of generations of perse-
cution. Those Jewish people who are not yet adequately orientated
to American life may carry some of the vestiges of the persecu-
tion complex of their ancestors, and seek in the acquisition of
money the possible warrant for security. We may freely admit
that in this country of our Jews need not be fearful of security,
but it does take time to dissolve the psychological heritage of many
generations.
With all candor and highly proper intent, you use the words
"crude and crass" with respect to Jewish conduct. Here is a popu-
lar misconception which I should like to explain. I think you will
agree that the third and fourth generation of Jewish people are
hardly to be distinguished from the non-Jews of their environ-
ment. They education their children; they seek to have them ac-
complished; and they attempt to inculcate the principles of char-
acter and rectitude of conduct, which is the mark of cultured
American families. Sometimes non-Jews, however, come into
direct contact with Jewish people who have recently migrated
but who are not yet environed. If they are Italian Jews they are
voluble as are all Italians. If they hail from Roumania or Hun-
gary, where the population has a flair for color, the Jews from
such an environment also partake of that flair for color, and some-
times use it indiscriminately, according to American standards.
Many Jews hail from sections of Europe where the people are
fond of jewelry. Like those from whose midst they came, these
Jewish people, too, too, like jewelry and frequently that which
is characterized as latent and ostentatious, is merely the reflection
of the customs of the people from whom they came.
Surely there is no more cultured group of people in America
than those who, for the most part, are the patrons of the Metro-
politan Opera Company in New York City. The boxes and loges
of the Metropolitan Opera have been dubbed the "Diamond
Horseshoe" by reason of the exhibition of magnificent jewels
which marks the significant attendances at the Metropolitan Opera
It would require a very great stretch of the imagination to say
of the Vanderbilts and the Morgans, and the Harknesses, the Rocke-
fellers and the many other first families of America as being of
the Jewish group, and yet there
many who describe them as the
bejewelled four hundred. This
comment is made in no dispar-
agement of these American
families, but merely to indicate
that "alleged ostentation is no
peculiar mark of Jewish people,
just as the flair for color, volu-
bility of speech, indulgence in
gestures, is not a Jewish char-
acteristic but is rather the char-
acteristic of the populations
from whence certain Jewish
people came
I was particularly interested
in your comment upon the
money motive in Jewish life.
We have met it so many times.
On the one hand big business
and industry, as well as other
forces hostile to Jews, charge
us with failure to value money.
They allege that the Jews are
the Communists and the Social-
ists disproportionately. These
charges are irreconcilable for on
the one hand we are charged
with over-evaluating money and
being the capitalist, and upon
the other hand we care nothing
for money, being interested in
breaking down the system of
private capital. These antitheti-
cal charges, however, are symp-
tomatic of this whole gamut of
anti-Jewish propaganda. We
are charged with intrusiveness.
trying to force our way in where
not wanted. We are charged
with clannishness and lack of it,
to meet our Christian neighbor
on a friendly, understanding
basis. Obviously, a 1 I these
charges could not be true and
yet thev find considerable ac-
ceptance amongst the people.
The fact is that Jews arc like
non-Jews. Some misunderstand
the purpose of money: some are
economic idealists, and if they
are, some pursue political lib-
eralism and others adopt con-
flict philosophies.
Our experience would indicate.
Mrs. A........ that the fault prim-
arily is one of reasoning from
the particular to the general.
People run across individual
Jews who are unethical. Fal-
laciously they accept the thesis
that all Jews are unethical. No
one would be so imprudent as to
charge that all Italians are
gangsters because of a Scarface
Al Capone, or that all Irishmen
are lawless because of a Touhv
or a Dillingcr. What I am try-
ing to convey is that it is just
as improper to characterize the
Jewish group, as such, as a re-
sult of individual experience
or manifestation as it is to
charge all Italians or Irish or
Yankees with any specific dere-
liction because of the faults of
some individuals.
It appears to me that the so-
lution lies in the spread of the
American concept of the unique-
ness of the human personality.
Each must be permitted to be
judged by his own merits. Con-
demn that Jew or that Protest-
ant or Catholic whose acts jus-
tify condemnation, but real
constructive service lies in im-
pressing upon those with whom
we come in contact, that no
group should be judged either
by reason of the virtues or the
vices of individuals of that
group. Jews have no right to
arrogate the standards of a
Rosenwald or a Justice Brandeis
for their whole group. Non-
Jews must deny themselves the
privilege of castigating all Jews
because of the weaknesses of a
/few. Just as certainly must
Jews generally recognize that
prejudices expressed by a few
Christians here or there are not
representative of either the
Christian spirit or the Christian
attitude.
I have taken the liberty of ad-
dressing you at this lengtth be-
cause our organization has for
thirty years been devoted to the
purpose of creating good will
and better understanding be-
tween the groups which make
up America. We recognize that
national unity may only be
evolved from inter-group under-
standing and appreciation of
each group for the cultural con-
tribution of the other. We are
grateful for you very genuine
American expression and your
very evident disposition to be
helpful so that ultimately the
American principle may be com-
pletely vindicated.
A. L. S. CHAPTER INSTALLS
NEWLY ELECTED OFFICERS
New officers of the A. L. S.
&Sn& ? *!ai B'?ilh R,rls wer*
installed last week by Mr Mil-
ton A. Friedman, president of
Sholem Lodge. Officers in-
cluded: Misses Donna Feldman
f.^/"': Norm* Schwartz
and Mildred Zalka, vice-presi-
dents; Diane Koven, recording
secretary; Marjorie Miller, cor-
responding secretary; Naomi
Machtei, treasurer; Ruth Belov,
hLto^n!11"1"1 JCkie Kaliah-
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWI
Mudfy Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
PALESTINE NEWS-----
The Palestine plank in the Republican Convention platform
is being received with mixed feelings by the Zionist rank and
file .... While the Zionists are grateful for Republican support
of the Balfour Declaration, they resent the second part of the
resolution, which criticizes Roosevelt and makes of the Jewish
Palestine issue a football in American politics .... It looks as
if the Zionist Organization of America will reach its quota of
$60,000,000 War Bond sales Not a bad figure for an organ-
ization of 100,000 members .... When Pierre van Passen r*
vealed five years ago that oil had been discovered in Palestine
he was called "irresponsible" .... Now the "Palestine and
Near East" magazine confirms that abundant oil resources
exist in the Dead Sea area .... Moshe Shertok, chief of the
Political Department of the Jewish Agency, will definitely arrive
in this country before Labor Day .... Meyer W. Weisgal will
soon be flying to London to consult the head of the Jewish
AgencyDr. Weizmann, in other words ....
LISTEN HERE------
The activities of certain Hungarian groups and newspapers
in this country should be investigated .... The tie-up between
Hungarian and Polish anti-Semitic groups in America is very
siginificant .... The German authorities in Holland have de-
vised a new trick to ferret out Jewish children hidden these past
few years by courageous Christians .... The Nazis have issued
a decree ordering the registration of all children under fifteen,
ostensibly to "facilitate identification following air raids"
So our good Hollanders simply refuse to register any children
. Don't miss "The Nazis Go Underground," by Curt Reiss
It tells of the Nazi plans for the future, after the defeat even
they know is inevitable in this war .... Which reminds us of
the messages German war prisoners have been scattering
about the Michigan countryside while being transferred from
their camps to their places of work .... The messages, wrapped
around candy bars, read: "Germany is better than the United
States, and we will show you the next time." And here's
Harry Hershfield's comment on the French Liberation situation:
"They're trying to divide de Gaulle into three parts" ....
BOOK NEWS____
Do you know how Thomas Mann came to write his famous
series of "Joseph!' novels, the final volume of which, "Joseph
the Provider," has just been published? .... Some eighteen
years ago an artist friend asked him to write an introduction
to a portfolio of drawings of Joseph and his brethren .... And
when Mann got out his Bible and read up on the story of Jos-
eph, he decided that there was the theme for a work of fiction
in which he could expound his entire philosophy of life ....
Franz Werfel is mending rapidly, and is putting the finishing
touches on another lengthy novel, dealing with Germany ....
The contention of die-hard anti-Sovietists that Hebrew is for-
bidden in Russia has been completely exploded .... Regular
shipments of Hebrew books horn Palestine have been going to
the Soviet Union for some time ....
ABOUT PEOPLE____
Benjamin Winter, late president of the American Federation
of Polish Jews, who recently died of a heart attack, had been
a sick man for the past ten years .... But he kept his illness
a secret, because he wanted to participate fully in communal
activities .... James N. Rosenberg, who you know as a biggie
in the Joint Distribution Committee, is having a one-man show
of his paintings at the Ferargil Galleries these days ... In-
cidentally, his daughter Elizabeth, who is a physician, is serv-
ing in the British Army, with the rank of major .... Sam Keen-
ig, old-time New York political leader, established a record at
the Republican National Convention by serving as a delegate
for the tenth successive time .... It's only recently that we dis-
covered that Mrs. David O. Selznick, wife of the Hollywood
producer, is the daughter of film tycoon Louis B. Mayer, .
Mrs. Selznick is so averse to publicity that she is doing some
very important work on juvenile delinquency under another
name .... Watch out for a new screen figure named Tony
Eden ... No, this doesn't mean that Britain's Foregin Minister
is going Hollywood .... Tony Eden is the screen name given
to a pretty youngster who was born Walda Winchell TJ*
Walter's daughter .... Monica Lewis, featured singer of the
"Beat the Band" radio program, is a daughter of Leon Bloom,
well-known New York musician, whose other daughter, trie
former Barbara Lewis, made her mark as a pianist Y?ur
favorite screen villian. Peter Lorre. is planning to do a Sha^
speare series in California colleges next fall ... Bandleader
Charlie Spivak is sporting a service ribbon these days
a special decoration awarded him by the Merchant Marine to
services rendered by his band, which has made a lot of aPPf,
ances at hospitals for injured seamen .... There's been a aea
of confusion at a Southern Army camp recently due to m
presence there of Privates Ben and Sam Springer (nephews
the late Hebrew author Reuben Brainin) .... Sam, who useu
to box exhibition bouts fox the Army, is drawing cartoons m
the camp paper, and Ben. who started out to be an actor
doing a gossip column .... The boys are identical W
with the result that officers and non-coms have nequen j
bawled out one of them for not doing what the other had ow
ordered to do ... But the confusion will be over soon ,,.
For the Commanding Officer has ordered Ben to grow a
tache pronto .
KOSHER ZION
AUSAGE COu FHOD0CW
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PAGE FIVE
HELL DIVING'S HIS JOB
LENDING IS YOURS!
vyriTH guns blazing and a prayer in
his stout heart, this American fighter
is hell-bent on destruction of our enemies.
HE is not thinking of how little or how
much he's doing to help win the war. For
him, the chips are down; but his fighting
spirit is as high as the heavens from which
his plane is diving.
In cramped foxholes and disease-infested
jungles, on sun-scorched beachheads
under and over the seven seasother
Americans are matching his courage. And
their name is legion. They KNOW that
war is a bloody business; that their lives,
as well as yours, are at stake.
Is it asking too much of you to back
these men up by buying more, and still
more, War Bonds? There can be but one
answer. You'll find it in your own heart
And remember, too, as you dig deeper
than ever before into your pocketbook or
cash surplus, that the Fifth War Loan
MUST raise 16 billion dollars. It is the
irtatest financing drive the world has ever
known. ..to back up the greatestJnvasUm
drive the world has ever known.
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AND SPUR THE INVASION!
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LEONARD BARR
STANDARD WINE & SPIRITS
47 N. W. 5th Straat
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one by citizen* of Miami Baach and
one by citizens of Miami. Help us reach
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PAGE SIX
vJewistfktrMlar)
BOOK REVIEWS
FRIDAY. JULY 7,
1944
A SACRED SCROLL used in Jewish religious services goes
irom Miami to Fort Myers by Flying Fortress. Chaplain Abra-
ham Barash. left, needed a copy to conduct services at his
new post, so he flew.here with his assistant, Sgt. Herman
Cohen, center, wounded RAF flier now stationed at Fort
Myers. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, right, gave them one of the
"Sifrei Torah" from Beth Jacob synagogue.
A CENTRY OF JEWISH LIFE
By Ismar Elbogen. Translated
from the German by Moses
Hadas; with an Appreciation of
the author by Professor Alex-
ander Marx. xlni. .814 pages,
colored end maps; b'bl'<>KraJihJ,
and index. Philadelphia: The
Jewish Publication Society of
America. $3.00.
If the reading of history is to
be considered essential to the un-
derstanding of the present and
how it came out of the past, then
Ismar Elbogcns A Century of
Jewish Life must be greeted with
enthusiasm. It shows the read-
er that the present German si-
tuation grew out of seeds buried
deep in the thought and ambi-
tions of 19th century Germany.
It not only desribes the achieve-
ments of the Jews in Palestine,
but traces the Zionist movement
to the cultural rebirth and the
political disappointments of the
Jews during the century of Lib-
eralism, Nationalism and Anti-
Semitism. It tells of the rise of
Jews to freedom and influence,
of the striving of Judaism to
maintain itself and to adjust its
i ritual and philosophy to changed
I conditions of life, of the new and |
even further-flung diaspora com-
munities, of heroism and martyr-
dom, of self-hate and desertion
characteristic of minority exis-
tence. It is a volume which.
despite its simple, straightfor-
ward narrative style, bears tes-
timony to the fact that the his-
tory of no people is so full of
climaxes, so poignant with sor-
row, so replete with human ideal-
ism as is the story of the Jews.
Over its pages hovers the spec-
ter of the monstrous crimes be-
ing perpetuated against Israel at
the present moment; yet the
author could end the book with
the hopeful cry: "We do not-de-
spair We trust in God. and
we go on!'
died In the
Hellion war
any soldier
PALM BtZACHNOTES
MRS MARY SCHHEUnOL
Friday night services at Cong.
Beth El were held at 8.15. In
the absence of the Rabbi. Jack
Kapner officiated, assisted by
the President, I. Glasser.
served by Mrs. Joe Friedman
and daughter.
Beth El sisterhood sponsored
a card part Wednesday night at
Sher Memorial Hall. Refresh-
ments were served by the host-
esses, Mrs. Sid Pepper and Mrs.
J. Julius.
Mr. I. Rottman of 708 S. Rose-
mary, left for Philadelphia,
where he attended the gradua-
tion exercises of his son, Leon,
at the Murrell Dobbins Voca-
tional School. His son accom-
panied his father home.
The Army and Navy Com-
mittee sponsored a dance Satur-
day night for service men and
spars. Mrs. Kalmutz was in
charge. Refreshments were
A/C Louis Leibovit, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leibovit,
1500 Florida Avenue, was gradu-
ated last week from the Army
Air Forces Flexible Gunnery
School, Laredo Army Airfield.
Laredo, Texas. He was sent to
Laredo upon completion of his
pre-flight training and has re-
ceived the rating of aerial gun-
ner. He will continue his train-
ing as navigator or bombardier
in another training post.
Private Stanley M. Giuner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Offim P.
Gruner, 3131 Washington Rd.,
has reported to the Armored
School Communication Depart-
ment at Fort Knux, Ky.. intent
upon mastering the mysteries of
operating a radio set from tanks
and half-tracks.
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A WORLD IN TRAVAIL. By
Harry Kovner. Scopus Publ.
Co.. $2.00.
This new volume of verse by
the author of "Moods and Senti-
ments" reveals Harry Kovner as
a poetic interpreter of ideas,
ideals and hopes for a better to-
morrow. At this critical junc-
ture of history, it is not meet to
sing of the charms of nature and
the beauty of spring The
pain of "A World in Travail"
compels the poet with a con-
science to forget about blooming
meadows and chirping birds and
try, instead, to alleviate with his
song and guidance the sufferings
of mankind.
The volume fittingly opens
with a poem entitled "If a Hun-
dred Lives I Had to Give.' in
which the author pledges lovalty
unto death to our beloved Amor-
ica and the Constitution. It
closes with an essay presenting
"A Plan .for Lasting Peac<"
, which, when first published, pro-
voked a great deal of interest
and discussion. In between,
; there are poems on themes near
! to the Jewish heart and on topics
and problems of general inter-
est and importance.
Mr. Kovner's interests are
broad and his sypmathies go out
to all the many sufferers of our
cataclystic age. He is a keen
obsi rver and an imaginative and
zealous crusader for justice for
the Jews and all other suppressed
minorities. "A World in Tra-
vail" is rich in thoughtful poems.
a species of verse which, regret-
tably, has gone somewhat out of
Style as a result of the modern-
istic trend in poetry.
Those who command a knowl-
edge of the Yiddish language
ADOPT RESOLUTIONS
HONORING MAX OZER
More than thirty organiza-
tions and individuals in the Mi-
ami area signed a resolution ex-
pressing sympathy on the sud-
den death of Max Ozer, promin-
ent Beachite. who passed away
last month after a heart attack.
Mr Ozer was co-cnairman ot the
Miami Beach War Savings Com-
mittee at the time of his death.
The resolution stated:
\V 11 Kit HAS, the Almighty Father
has Men fit In Hli wisdom to call
unto himself our dear friend and
leader, Mas Oser; and
\\ IIKKKAS. Max OSei
service of his country
Ix.mlh, Just as much as
in active combat; and
WH0REA8. the life nnn \l.i\ < >z.-i will .serve as an Inspira-
tion to those who were associated
with him In previous war bond drives
and in the present Fifth War 1/Oan
1 Mive, and ,, ,,, ,
WHEREAS, members of Hie Miami
Lteach War loan <".>iiiinlttcc me de-
al..... ..i expressing to the family of
Hit late Max ozer the irreparable
k>aa Which the entire community has
suffered b} hie untimely passing.
BK IT THEREFORE RESOLVED,
that all of the members of the Miami
Beach Fifth War Loan Committee.
consisting ot representatives of Miami
lteach organisations assembled this
nil day of June. 1944, do hereby con-
vex to the family of the late Max
<)/..: their heartfelt sympathy In
this hour of bereavement and grief.
nb the hope that the family will
find solace in the thought that the
Itiemor) "f Max o/.ei will live on In
the hearts and minds of all who
Worked With anil knew him.
\M> BE IT FURTHER RE-
SOLVED, that a copy of this Resolu-
tion be forwarded to the family of
M.ix User and a copy thereof be for-
warded to the dail> press in hade
L'olinty, Florida, and The Jewish
Floi idian.
Organisation! and Individuals sign-
ing the resolution include: city of
Miami Beach, Miami lleaeli Chamber
of Commerce, Chairman Miami Beach
Division War Finance Committee.
American Jewish Congress, Miami
Beach Hotel owners Assn.. l>ade
Chapter N. c c. il l>ade County
Women'! Division, Beth Jacob Con-
gregation sisterhood. Miami Beach
Mi/.raehi. llabbi M. Mescheloff. Kl-
wani.s Miami Heath. H'nai ll'rlth.
American Legion, Claude L. Hemp-
hill, Associate Administrator Flor-
ida Wai Finance Committee, United
siate-. Treasury, Men cummins.
[ranees I, Rosen. Y.M. A W.H.A. of
Miami Beaoh, Miami Beach Tost
Veterans of Foreign Wars, lladassah,
Miami Beach Police t Firemen Ben-
evolent Association, l,incoln Road
Association. Miami Beach Service
League. Miami Beach Board of Real-
tors, Miami Beach Hiysiclans Com-
mittee. Miami Beach Zionist Dist-
rict. Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center. Miami Beach Women's
Club, B. P. O. Elks. Miami Beach.
LEGAL NOTICES"
Notice Is hereby KlveiTTTT
derslgned. desiring t?, ens?.'1 .Ib*
ness under the ,'.,*!'*"** In b
un. I
'"in.
St-I^RIOR DEUtlvr'rWgW"**
Circuit Court ,,,,,. %$%&
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undersigned, desiring tol2?, 'M
business under the 11,-tlti,.,' ** In
FRIENDLY S "ndrib?'<
said
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the office of the rU.,i ;.f7h"?
Court of Dade ...... n^V'
Notice In
undersigned,
business undei
BUSS MA
COM PA
Miami
to register said name
the Clerk of
Dade County. Florldi
herebv then
n under the fletitu,,,. '
AN\s and siU\uvJwIm'0'
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Aye.. Miami rinrida ta'ui
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MILTON A. FRIEDMAN ""
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de^!;;V^!^;!^e::;:Kr^-
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INC.. at 32711 B. W. Ml, St" M,,fI
Florida. Intend to register U namJ
in the office of the clerk of tht|
circuit Court of i>a,i. County, FIn
B. H PALMER
6/9-16-23-30 7/7 K '" ""
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to moid
In business under the fictitious iuimI
of HOTEL DETROIT Intent! Z\
register the said name with the!
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Iijdl
County, Florida.
MAURICE LEFCOE
BAMUEL COHEN
MYKRS HKI.MAN
Attorneys for Petitioner!
6/23-30 7/7-11-21
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Falm
nationally T
HI **
AJ NEAR TO TOU A8 YOUR
will derive fresh Jewish hope
and inspiration from "Undzer
Leben," a volume of Yiddish
poems by Harry Kovner which
was published simultaneously
with his "A Word in Travail."
W
fast Htut far
RSra!
rss
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CBt sas cn
According to the) best,
authorities, the mini-.
mum daily A, D and H
Complex Vitamin re-
quirements of the a ver i
age person are:
A 4.0M VSF Units, D
\V "~>^ 4(4 USP Units. Bl JJi
_^T\ USP Unit*. B2 2.aM
^^< Mlcrograma, and ap-
proximately 10,00e Mlrrogrami Nlco-j
tinamide. The required amounts fod
other B Complex Vitamins have not
yet been established.
Many people do not get enough ot
these essential Vitamins. DO YOU?
Why not play safe by taking
ONF A DAY BRAND
UnC-A-l/AI VITAMIN TABLETS}
Each ONE-A-DAY Vitamin A and
D Tablet contains 2S% more of the
cod liver oil vitamins than the mini-i
mum daily recommended quantity.'
Each ONE-A-DAY Vitamin H
Complex Tablet conUins full mini-
mum daily requirements of Vitamins'
Bl and B2 and 10,000 Micrograms ofj
Nicotinamide together with a sub-
stantial amount of other B Vitamins.
When you buy Vitamins, compere-
potencies and prices. Note how ONE-
A-DAY Tablets conform to thai
average human requirements. Se*
how reasonable the cost. c
Get them st your drug store.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORl
TAX DEED
Chapter 174.',7ActM of 1J3;
File A 8091
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thill
Milton H. Iavit. Sr.. holder of Bli-I
cayne Drainage Dtstrlcl Tax Certif-I
icate No. 34 Issued the 1st day
June, A. V. 1942, has filed name ml
my office, and has made application!
for a tax deed to be issued therwcl
Said Certificate emhraees the f..|ln*-|
ing described property in the I'uunl;
of Dade. State of Florida, to-wlt:
NEJ of .MAI, Il/W leM Pill
Book 40. Page sn. .Section ::.
Township r,2 South, Rangt 41
Ka.t, OOntalnlng 2 Acres morr
or less, in the County of DdV.
.State of Florida.
The assessment of said propr.yl
under the aaid certificate was In th|
name of: H. l>. Fountain.
Unleiw said certificate shall t* nA
deemed accordInit to the proper-
ty described therein will b! oid t
the highest bidder at th Oourq
House door on the first Monday
the month of August, 1SI4. which
the 7th day of August. IM
Dated this slsl day of June. .4
B, B I.KATIIi:i'.MAN.
Clerk of circuit Court, iHiJe
County, Kio. iiia.
(Circuit Court S.ali
By N C. STERRBTT. I'
'23-30 7/7-14_______________________
IN THE COUNTY .HTkiK'S.'",.,'.'R/i
IN AND P'lt HAl'1. HUNT
FLORIDA. IN PROBATB.
In He: ESTATE'OF LAWBTOC
JtAY IMHI'M. Dei-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I"
Having Clalmi oi D< mgndi
Said Estate: ,.
You. and cm h of you. '""J'
notified and required ''^""J
, lalmi and demand* h(c Jja
either of you, maj have agaia.
state of I.AWr.KN-'l KAl 'WH
deceased, late of Dade Count^WJ
Ma. t" Hi" """ 5 < m
County Judge ol Dade < ount ?]
file the same In hta Wfca J3
County
Florida,
months
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r. JULY 7.
+Jenist Meridian
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I BflAMlAWj^nr COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The lowtah Welfare Board _Hlp Us Keep R.cord of Our Men in Service
PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
r-\ r-\ >
PARADE!
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Pfc. Nathan Alper. 25, of the
Bronx, an infantryman, who par-
ticipated in the fighting at Kas-
serine Pass, was wounded in the
Sicilian campaign. A salesman
in civilian life, Pvt. Alper joined
the armed forces four years ago.
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
ffom 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.
S/Sgt. Robert Blumstein, 23.
of New York City, tail gunner
PFC HAROLD JACOBS 727 and radio operator aboard a B25
Jefferson av., Miami Beach, is
serving with the aircraft section
of an Air Service Command
depot somewhere in England.
Mrs. Bernie Greenstein has
received word that her husband
was wounded in action in the
invasion of France and is now
in a hospital somewhere in Eng-
land. He was in the midst of
the fight for fifteen days before
receiving the leg wound which
sent him to the hospital. He
also received his promotion to
sergeant.
Mitchell bomber, holds the Pur
pie Heart for injuries sustained
in the South Pacific fighting. A
choir singer, Sgt. Blumstein fre-
quently conducts religious serv- i
ices in New Guinea.
PRIVATE WILLIAM JERRY
SOL FRIEDMAN, 820 Euclid ALTMAN, of Miami, has writ-
ave., Miami Beach, was ad- ton. nis parents about D-D ad-
vanced to corporal at an air ser- tivities, in which he participated
vice command base in India. as a member of the Infantry
Friedman, who entered the ser- Unit- Private Altman landed on
Pvt. Hyman Cohen, 20, of New
York City, infantryman in serv-
ice one year, was wounded in the
Italian fighting. He is a gradu-
ate of Seward Park High School.
Lt. Clifton Dreyfus, 23. of
Birmingham, Ala., pilot of a B-26
operating in the Mediterraneon
area, has been severely wounded
in action there. Recipient of the
Purple Heart, LL Dreyfus was a
civil engineer before joining the
Army Air Corps two years ago.
vice 19 months ago, is a radio
repairman.
the beach with other memers of
an infantry division, according
to a dispatch from the European
theater of operations, and ad-
vanced 500 yards before Ger-
man machine guns opened up.
Lt. David Epstein, 24, of Jer-
sey City, an infantry officer, has
been awarded the Purple Heart
for wounds received in the Bat-
tle of Salerno.
W. J. Altman.
Mrs. Doroiiiy Borcnstein re-
ceived the first letter in seven
weeks lrom her husband from
PRIVATE IRVIN ZIMET. of
Camp Shelby, Miss., is spending
his furlough with his mother.
One of twenty-three boys se- Mps g j Covner. Recently
lected out of a group 01 eigni t|M} Kovernment authorized the
hundred, taking an-.e"lr*^ep*" awarding of medals to the men
anmation tor the V-U program. of thg infantry attaining, an ex-
ns J. William Bares, JT- MB ccllent ratin,, in all their mfan-
o! Mr. and Mrs. William Baros t training. Pvt. Zimet re-
2(07 S. W. 13thi Street. Helen ceived the very first of these "Somewhere m France where
he is with an lnlantry Division.
TECH. SGT. MAX BOREN-
STE1N writes in his letter: "I
know that the job which has
been started will be carried to
Baros' father has been promin- who returned recently from the a successlul conclusionvictory
ent in Jewish War Veterans' China-Burma-India theater of for which the world is waiting
activities. war> nas reported to Army Air and praying. The Allies mean
-------- Forces Redistribution Station business this time. 1 hope it is
Mr and Mrs Sam Koran, of No- 2 in Miami Beach for reas- not long, and it shouldn't be.
Pfc. William B. Fields, 19. of
Cleveland, serving with the Ma-
His parents are Mr. and Mrs. rine Corps in the Gilbert Islands,
was injured during the landing
operations at the Battle of Ta-
rawa.
Saturday for the Un'versnyo' meda\s awarded.
South Carolina, where he will _
imdereo training in the Govern-
2ft Specialized Naval Engin- TV6GT. SIDNEY Z.
etnnj! Training Program. Mr. SCHWARTZ, of Miami Beach,
Pfc. Alfred Goldstein. 31. of
Cleveland, is the recipient of the
Purple Heart for wounds sustain-
ed during the invasion of Sicily.
Private Goldstein has been in
service three years.
SK 1/c Stanley Hirsch, 20, of
I Atlanta. Ga., one of the first al-
i lied troops to land at Salerno,
| was wounded in that engagement.
, Hirsch, a veteran of the fighting
i at Bizerte and Tunis, was award-
ed the Purple Heart and received
Miami Beach, heard from their signment.
son. SGT FKKDDIE KORAN, The 29-year-old son of Sam- HENRY I. DREYFUS, son of Especial"letter of commendation,
a member of the U. S. Marines, uel Schwartz, of 6950 Byron Mrs. and Mrs. Milton Dreyfus, as" wejj as a uru_ citation, for the
stating that he was now in Sa* ave., Miami Beach, flew 55 mis- 3415 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Salerno exploit. Stanley is now
Diego, California, ready for ac- sions as a radio operator-gun- Beach, enlisted in the U. S. recuperating at the Naval Hos-
tion. Sgt. Koran, age 20. has ner on B-25 Mitchell bombers Navy in March. He was given' pitai ln Jacksonville. Fla.
been in service for eighteen during 16 months overseas, log- the opportunity of finishing his | ---------
months. He attended Miami Ring 347 combat hours. school year, and was graduated cpl. Martin M. Kornstein, 31,
I Beach High School, where he ______ lrom Springdale School, Canton, 0f Elgin. 111., reported missing in
was tennis champion and starred AT FRFn I PI ANT tnn nf N. C, on June 2nd. He was in- ; action at one time, later rejoin-
on the football team. ,u i'STju-t-sJm vum ducted June 20th and was given ed his unit and in the drive at
Gafsa and El Guettar, Africa.
was wounded in action.
the Jate .Mr. Morris M. Plant. Yi?n*nf a/*
who passed away Suqday and tne ratin* of A/S
Advanced to the rank of major his mother, -Mrs. Eva Plant, of
b ISRAEL EDWIN BONISKE, 923 s. W. 10th ave., was ad- First American Red Cross
stationed at the Marine base at vanced to captain at Camp Lee, nurse in World War II was ts-
H Toro. Cal. /, where he is assistant chief ther Richards of San Francisco,
Maj. Boniske, son of Mrs. of project development, planning who died of injuries received on
Dave Boniske, 1110 S. W. 12th and control of the technical We Anzio beachhead.
ct, has been in the service two training service of the Quarter-
ad a half years; formerly at- master school. He is a former First man killed in action from
tended the Einbiy-Riddle School advertising and sales promotion Minneapolis was Ensign Ira Weil
1 of Aviation here. manager. Jeffery, a member of B'nai
m-, ._. _------------------------------'------------_^_ ,. .------- B'rith, who dud at Pearl Har-
Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army- bo,..
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
Sgt. Julius B. Larman. 27, of
Hartford, Conn., wounded in ac-
tion in the North African theatre
of war, holds the Purple Heart.
Pfc. Morris Mankoff, 21. of
Buffalo, N. Y., infantryman in
service three years, was wound-
ed in the final drive on Tunisia.
Name..
Serial No.
Home Address______
Street
Birth Date
City
State
Birthplace__
Civilian Occupation..
Date Entry
In Service........
City
Marital Status
State
Branch of Service _.........
Full name of nearest kin
Relationship
Date
.Discharged---------
..Rank or Rating
Address.
formation Transmitted by.
Telephone number__________
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. w. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG, Viea-Chalrman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sao.
Executive Committee
Mr. Max Dobrln, Ben B. Goldman,
Mauoice Grossman, Louis Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowit*. Alex-
ander F. Mailer, at Roth. Frad
Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joasph
Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach. Carl
Weinkle, George Wolpsrt, Harry
Zukernick.
MRS. MINNIE ENGLER
Mrs. Minnie Engler, 1637 S. W.
11th Street, has been acting in
the capacity of chaperone for
the past two years to a group
of girls that now number 1,0001
Mrs. Engler is the proud pos-
sessor of a recently awarded
"Certificate o f Appreciation"
for her outstanding work to-
wards the servicemen at Train-
ing Command No. 1, Army Air
Force, Miami Beach, signed by
Gen. L. A. Lawson, Command-
ing Officer. This presentation
was made at a dinner given by
the Army. The Redistribution
Station, No. 2, Overseas Retur-
nees, presented "Mom" with a
dresser set of beauty prepara-
tions. The Richmond Naval
Station presented her with gold
wings. The certificate com-
mended her untiring efforts in
helping to entertain the boys.
A year ago Mrs. Engler was
awarded the 1,000 hour service
ribbon given by the U. S. Gov-
ernment for service rendered
the men in the Armed Forces.
She has since completed 5,000
hours of service.
Mrs. Engler has never missed
a party although the group have
had a 7-day a week schedule
for the past six months.
She has become affectionately
known as "Mom" to both the
girls in her supervision as well
as the boys in the various camps
they have attended from Home-
stead to Hollywood. Letters
from numerous servicemen that
have since been scattered
throughout the world are her
greatest possession and joy, as
well as letters from their indi-
vidual parents in appreciation
for the attention shown their
sons.
This group is a member of the
Dade County Defense Council
and has had a monthly attende-
ance of girls of 1,500 and over.
Many months they have led the
entire State in record girl at-
tendance. The girls range in
18 to 25 years.
They have entertained Home-
S Sgt. Lawrence R. Reedman.
of El Paso, Texas, flight engineer
aboard a Flying Fortress based in
England, holder of the Air Medal
and an Oak Leaf Cluster, was
awarded a Purple Heart or -"^g0",^
wounds received '"f^l act.on ^ Ajr B 36th g
over Europe. The F'ortress, bad g Richmond Naval
ly damaged, crash landed _.n the j ^ ^.^ ^ weeR ^ aJ_
most two years. They also en-
tertain Hollywood Naval Indoc-
trination School, Quartermaster
Corps, Redistribution Station
No. 2, Medical Detachment
water. The crew, drifting for
nine hours on rubber rafts, was
rescued by English boats.
/Prt, Seymour Abramovitz. 23,
of PiUsburh;nistermnRtnr'l,i50rth Bil'tmore Hospital, BeUrHaven
engineering unit in the Nortn ^ af q?w i&jTfta.,,., cn.,,r African area, was wounded by
Noting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through
the Co-Opration of
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Miami Miami Beach
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'200 N.W. 7th A
DONALD LAVIGNEUNIFORMS
114 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
MIAMI MILL WORK &
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535 N. W. 11th Street
MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. Inc.
1701 N. W. 7th Avenue
SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL
76 S. E. 1st Street
WKT FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB
West Flagler Street at 87th Ave.
WOMETCO THEATRES
Mitchell Wolf son
Sidney Meyer
machine gun fire during the Si-
cilian campaign. His father ser-
ved in the last war and was
awarded the Purple Heart.
Sgt. Murray B. Baker, 25. of
Edgewood, R. I., radio operator
on board a bomber, was slightly
injured in Southwest Pacific
fighting. Sgt. Baker was an
engineer at the time of his in-
duction two and a half years ago.
Prt. Jack Bauman, 39. of
Brooklyn, was awarded the Pur-
ple Heart for wounds sustained
in the landing operations at Sal-
erno when enemy planes attack-
ed the Allied transports entering
that port. ______
Lt. Leonard L. Horn. 30, of
Elmhurst, L. I, who climbed a
hill in Italy occupied by hostile
troops to reach a point of ob-
servation from which to direct
artillery fire, has been decorated
with the Silver Star. Previously
he had been awarded the Purple
Heart for injuries sustained in a
tank battle during which he
knocked out a Mark IV tank.
Lt. Sidney Edelson. 33, of Cam-
den, Tenn., Medical Corps, as-
sisting in the rescue of the
wounded under heavy enemy
and at any individual squadron
dances they are called upon.
They have furnished as many
as 400 girls at one dance.
KILLED IN ACTION
Sgt. Howard Kline, 20. of
Miami. Fla.. was on a
bombing mission over Ger-
many, when a severe ex-
plosion in the noee of his
plane sent it into a til spin.
Kline had served as radio-
man aboard the lost bomb-
er.
Radioman 3/c Jack Elkin. 25,
of Winthrop, Mass., Naval service
two years, lost his life in action
in the attack on the Anzio Beach-
head.
Sgt. Al Caas. of Oakland. Calif.,
was killed in action on the Gil-
bert Islands.
Pfc. Arthur J. Berkman. 19, of
Simonton, Tex., a member of the
infantry in service one year, lost
his life in action on the Cassino
front in Italy.
Sgt. Bernard Nabatoff. 29. of
Detroit, a paratrooper in action
in the South Pacific area, in ser-
vice three years, has lost his life
g^n'fTre* in Italy, was injured by in combat. A sister is a member
shrapnel. of the WAC-





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FRIDAY, JULY
NAI B'RITH
NOTES
_by-
M ARX FEINBERG
Everyone is getting prepared
for the gala Fourth of July cele-
bration tonight at the Sea
Gull Pool and Cabana Club. By
the time that you rt?ad this,
this party will be relegated to
the grand list of B'Nai B'Rith
social successes. According to
the bond office at the Dade Fed-
eral they had run out of tickets
and there should be at least 1.000
people attending.
The next regular meeting of
the Lodge will be held next
Tuesday evening, July 11, at the
Beth David. The plans for this
meeting will be announced in
the forthcoming bulletin and
also in next week's column.
On July 25th a moonlight boat
ride has been planned for all
members having paid all dues
through 1944. As there will be
limited space, only those will be
able to attend who call in and
make their reservations early. If
you are not a paid up member
send your check for dues to the
B'Nai B'Rith office along with
your request for your reserva-
tion. Don't blame anyone but
yourself if you are left behind
as this paragraph contains the
full warning to you. It will be
i m p o ssible to accommodate
guests on this ride and only
members and their wives, or if
not married, one guest will be
permitted.
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At the last meeting of the
Lodge thumbnail sketches of the
events of the convention were
presented and thoroughly en-
joyed by all.
After the meeting delicious
hot dogs and cold drinks were
served on the ocean front at the
Miami Beach "Y."
It was truly a delightful even-
ing and each one of the approxi-
mate 400 present left very
pleased.
I met Rudy Adler at the Blood
Bank in the Florida Power and
Light Office and he had a list
of some 15 members of the Lodge
who volunteered blood. Rudy
was acting as a sergeant of
arms, so to speak, and is doing
a wonderful piece of work in this
department. More of you should
take a half hour off during the
day and donate your blood. This
is especially important at this
time due to the need crested
by the tremendous casualties in
the invasion.
Next week I will tell you about
the beach party and the boat
ride.
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for tin w-.k-an.l SB-
,,',,'i b) the Create. >"""' i,,,,a
ar as follows: ______
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.mervative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave..
Come
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New York (JTA)A warning
that some elements in liberated
France will be "irritated" to see
French Jews automatically in
the industrial, commercial and
political positions from which
they were ousted under the anti-
Jewish laws, has been issued by
Michel Le Troquer, prominent
Paris lawyer and son of the
Commissar-Delegate in the Ad-
ministration for Liberated Ter-
ritories appointed by the provis-
ional government of France in
Algiers.
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During aervli. Stanley, sop "' M'
.i M>* i...,ns Balah. will become
will address th.- eonflrmand. n< -
i,.w school daily _to noon.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
Orthodox. 311 Waahington AVS.. ""-
ami BeachFriday evening seJi' J
t 7:15 o'clock; Saturday morning at
g:S0. Religious School Monday through
Friday v a. m. to noon.
MIAMI BEACH "JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative.
1415 Euclid Ave.Kabalas Bhabboa
Friday evening al 7:15. *-""^'>.
morning aarvlcei al I Chaplain Saul
Kraft <( K'lllsliiliull.'ii Station No.
I Miami Beach, -m <>ffiiiai<- al ine
bai mlUvah of Robert Bleemer. son
of Mi. ami Mrs. Alfred Bloomer,
Merle Brown, eon of Mr. and Mra
Sol Brown, and Arnold Oaken, son
of Mr. ami Mrs. loula Oaken, siiaiosn
Seudoa services al 7:15 p. m. t '
followed by evening prayera, He-
i,i, school dall) from I to noon.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Re-
form. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
Regulai services Friday evening at
; i:, to i- conducted "^ Chaplain
Coiman A. Zwitman. and the service
will be dedicated to the memory of
in.- late Morrlt Plant, paal preal-
dent.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W.
17th Ave.. MiamiService! sched-
uled foi Frlda) al I:1S p. m. and
Saturday nl I a m and 7:1a p. m.
Dally services ai S a m. and 7:1".
p in
SCHAAREI ZEDEK CONGREGA-
TION. Orthodox. 1545 S. W. 3rd St..
Miami.Frlda) evening aervlcea at
7 ;30, Saturday combined senior and
junloi services al 'J a. m. Conejrega-
lion "in honoi the bar mltavah of
Julian Srhachner, son of Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Schachner, The bai
mltavah will address the congrega-
tion on the portion of tn. w.-.-k.
Rabbi Simon April will rea|M>nd. A
reception ill follow. After........ and
evening services will begin at 6 p, in.
Stud) of the Ethics of the Fathers to
be followed by evening aervtcoa ai
7:1",. Hebrew School daily from 10
,1 Ml
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
servative. 761 41st St., Miami Beach.
Services are scheduled for Friday
evening al 7 IS; Saturday nioiiilnn
services) will be held at 9:30.
i i.i. culumn is conducted by the
ireater Miami Jewish Federation In
cooperation with The Jewish Florid-
Ian 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
'(-immunity Calendar." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
Monday. July 10th
Jewish Study Group, ages m t>, is.
sponsored by th.- Bureau of Jew
ish (education In cooperation with
the Town "v |M7 s. W. Mb SI .
7:3U p. in to 'i no p. in.
Tuesday. July 11th
B'nal li'ltith meeting, Beth David,
8 "'i i> in : Shol.-ni I/mIki- B nul
li'ltith 8:011 p. ir Miami
Bervlce League, Beach "T.
p. m.
Wednesday. July 12th
Workmen's Circle Branch
1 f >' uti\ < Con,n,i ,
v ''" it. in.
Monday. July 17th
Jewleh Study ill tup, Bgei
sponeored b) the Bureau
ish Kducation in cooperation with
the Town "T." 1'iVI S \V 5th 81 .
7:30 p, in to I ihi p, in
Beach
N-. S92.
Mi ting.
li to 18,
,,i Jem
Notes Of
Y. M. H. A
-by-
SAM SILVER
"War Time Marriagaa" to Be
Discussed by "Y" Forum Group
Mr. Harry Gerstein, Chairman
of the "Y" Forum Group, an-
nounces that on Wednesday
evening, July 12, the Forum will
have as its topic for discussion,
"War Time Marriages." Promin-
ent military officials will be
present to discuss the question
and the audience will participate
in the general discussion there-
after. During the summer
months the Forum Groups meets
once a month.
The public is cordially invited.
Congratulations
The "Y" extends its congratu-
lations to Lester Lasky and Mil-
dred Winters upon their mar-
riage at the Beth Sholem Center
last Sunday afternoon. Lester
is the editor of the "Y" Bulle-
tin.
Home Camp
The fourth week of the 1944
"Y" Home Camp began with a
bang. In the afternoon the
children of the Camp presented
a Fourth of July Pageant en-
titled, "The Lamp of Liberty."
This pageant portrays what
Jewish people have done in the
many wars in which America
was involved. It was excellently
portrayed, thanks to the splen-
did direction of Hope Ellen Tan-
nenbaum and Esther April.
Last Friday Sheriff-Elect
Jimmie Sullivan was our lun-
cheon guest. His overwhelming
popularity was evidenced by the
many "autograph hounds" that
surrounded him. When he was
called upon by the Campers to
do something he asked them
what he should do and everyone
in unison yelled/ "Whistle."
Jimmie was very much elated
and impressed and was asked
that he be invited back again
in the near future.
Dave Tyler, Director of the
Olympia Theatre Orchestra, was
a visitor here one day last week.
He was so impressed with the
&u .Pr*ram. that he invited
the children to be his ei,ns,
theeO,ymp,a Theatre \Ffi*
"Y" mmTJSi **o
At a meeting of the Board of
Directors held on June 28, a res!
lution was introduced and unan
imously adopted that we lS
all our efforts and energy tJ
make the University of Him
Drive a success. Members Z
the Board feel that as citianj
of Miami we should do all h
our power to show the country
at large that we are cooperating
in every way whatsoever with
the expansion program that the
university is now conducting
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New York (JTA)An an-
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an international conference of
organizations of Christians and
Jews after the war was made
here this week by the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, at the same time that it
released a report stating that I
racial and religious intolerance
in this country is waning.
Pointing out that organiza-
tions similar to it are in exist-
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and South Africa, the conference
said that an international meet-
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%  MHAY, JULY 7, 1044 *Jenisti FlcrkUar) PAGE THRHB ^ week marks the 7th an, £m of the opening of the, ? ?\ Security Board in Miami. 1 S?" nffie" located in Miami, Sfestabished in July 1937.; Sf the Purpose of rendering mnt service to people who Se'd Sonal Security Account Staor desired to file claims [ofoid ARC and Survivors Insurance. -During the past 7 years this offJ cc has issued more than ?75 0OO account cards to people vine in Dade, Broward and S counties," William B. Weaver, the manager, said. •YhV is a marked acceleration m the number of people applyL for account cards Our ofce has issued Social Security cards to many people who would not ask for them in peacetime-high school boys and %  iris taking part-time jobs in laundries, stores or offices^ to help replace workers who nave been called to the armed services' housewives who never had iobs before but who feel that they can do a patriotic duty and help with the war effort, and older workers who had retired from the labor market because of age, but who want to do their part now. 'Our job is to issue Social Security account cards to all those taking jobs with industry or commerce." declared Mr. Weaver. 'But I wonder if they all realize that they are doing more than getting Social Security Account cards—that they are in a sense taking a step towards their own and their family's future security. Getting a Social Security Account Number is really taking out an insurance policy with the Federal Government, not only for the worker but for his family. N.C.I.W. MEMBERS OF NEW NATIONAL BODY The National Council of Jewish Women has been accepted lor membership in the newlyorgamzed American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service. The American Council. now comprising forty-three organizations, is coordinating its efforts with the services of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. The National Council of Jewish Women carried out a notable program of social welfare in Europe after the First World War, and its work in immigrant aid. port and dock assistance to refugees, and Americanization and naturalization has been recognized for many years by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service. ANOTHER $10,000 CASH GIFT IS MADE TO UNIV. OF MIAMI QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS • What will the Government do with the money I invest in bondt? All money invested in Savings Bonds and other Government securities, as well as receipts from all other sources, goes immediately into the general fund of the Treasury, from which all war and other expenditures are made. • How can I get special information or advice about a Government security? If your banker, postmaster or local War Finance Committee is unable to supply it, write to your nearest Federal Reserve Bank or to the Treasury Department, Washington. D. C. • Where can I buy War Bonds and other Government ities? Another $10,000 cash contribution was made to the University of Miami, by the West Flagler Kennel club, through Jacob Sher. president, and W. L. Huntley, general manager. The gift is the 17th $10,000 cash donation and brings the total in the expansion movement close to the quarter mark in the $1,000,000 goal. Bruno Weil is chairman of the committee heading the expansion drive. Long-Time Resident Dies Suddenly Sunday Morris Plant. 58, died unexpectedly of a heart attack Sunday at his home, 923 S. W. 10th Avenue. He had been in illhealth for about two months.. A v native of Peoria, 111., he came here 3 9 years %  -^ '• ago from New %  f' ;MJ^k^. ft Y rk and was a Jvsnf "''''' clothing Mb / marchant. Surviving are "~^ his wife, Mrs. \ Evelyn Plant; .....V_ three sons. Cap. Alfred L. Plant, with the Army at Camp Lee. Va.; Sidney Plant, health for about two months. A native of Pcoria. 111., he came hew 39 years ago from New York and was a retail clothing merchant. Farmingdale. N. J., and Ensign Theodore Plant, with the Navy in the Pacific; three sisters and a brother. ,„K'fr, mte n M • • 1 Zwi man -, ment securities-may be purchased 'T,? V PU Plt ,n T ? m through any bank. pie Israel, made a special trip, # Wha i security is beh ind to officiate at the services, which I these bonds? w.'L P A K Ut Tem > jk Israel on I The full faith and credit of the A,.?, 1 y n u United States Government. Active pall bearers were: Harry r I2.000.000 COIL IN BOHB ACTIVITT (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) $1,939,675. The organization, which is sponsoring the purchase of two sub-chasers, one for Miami Beach and the other for Miami, will continue its drive for bond sales throughout the month, trying to assist the government program in the sale of Series E bonds. $300,000 worth of bonds sold securto date j s tne report of the La, dies Auxiliary of the Jewish During the Fifth War Loan.. War Veterans of the Freda Marthe Treasury, through its many j< ow j tz p os t 174. This takes volunteer workers and issuing I care of all of their pledges which agents, will be offering the complete list of available Government securities as described in bond folders Series E War Bonds are available at more than 50.include an evacuation hospital, convalescence camp, out-fitting the outfit" with enough over to outfit a general hospital. Members of the organization are now PALESTINE DEDUCTED FROM AGENCY QUOTA • London. (JTA)—-The Palestine Government has deducted 1.500 immigration certificates from the quota allotted to the Jewish Agency under the White Paper "in order to cover Jews who left the ranks of the Polish Army in the Near East and remained in Palestine," the London Jewish Chronicle reports from Jerusalem. The paper draws attention to the fact that more than 700 Jews who left the Polish forces in Palestine are serving at present with the Jewish units in the British Army. Nevins. Frank Pearlman. Herbert Simons. Nat Roth, Harry V. Simons, Morris B. Frank, Jacob Eppstein and Herman I. Homa. Interment was in Temple Israel section of Woodlawn. Arrangements were in charge of the Gordon Funeral Home. FIELD ARMY FOR L 000 sales outlet* Other Govern-! helping the defense council with the block drive. At an early date the auxiliary will announce the names of individuals who sold the most bonds during this campaign. Miami Beach guaranteed and ;nn nnn FTTNTl Tr"^ &ITV underwrote $10,000,000 fifth war 1 r life rYVtrPDnitni bond! and the actual amount isItWb Ur LllnUANlA suec i ls so dose to that amount i J /T^TTT" T ...;„u that nothing short of victory can London, (JTA)-Many Jewish be c i aime d, Chairman Samuel T. doctors from Palestine who went j B i. coin HmiMnrav <.v.r to Abyssinia during the | LfOOD TO KTHE Eysc UBtj y At the Antilla Hotel 1108 Ponce de Leon "Coral Gables Finest" DINING ROOM H O U R 9 : Week Days Sundays 5:30 to 9 P. M. 4 to 9 P. M. CLOSED EVERY FRIDAY Inquiries Welcomed for Bridge Luncheon! and Special Parties Phone 48-1714 RELEASED BY THE ARMY Now Open Year Around flUUeAa 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 Notice — Box 747. Daytona Beach. Fla. _^frfrfr HENRY H. HARDESTY. Mar< %  **** Several Hotel Positions Open — Write! The Womens' Field Army for Cancer Control are now campaigning for a fund for the proposed Tumor Institution for Dade County to be built after the war. The organization is supporting the 5th War Loan Bond Drive, asking the public to make bond purchases and present them to the organization. Officers of the group stated that, according to present statistics, 163,000 persons died every twelve months of cancer. By knowledge of the first signs, and immediate medical attention, many of these deaths could be eliminated. The Womens' Field Army for Cancer Control is a volunteer group working as a part of the American Society for the Control of Cancer. The executive board is composed of doctors and laymen; the advisory board is composed of all organizations interested in educating people that cancer is no longer a bug-aboo, but a disease to be handled matter of factlv. Dade County's quota for this year is $2,700. This money is divided so that 25 per cent goes to National Headquarters for re\ search and 75 per cent stays in the State of Florida to carry on the educational program. All monies, all donations, over the $2,700, remains in a fund in Dade County to build a tumor institute for the people of South Florida. The need for a hospital for semi-annual examinations, treatment and research is the great aim for South Florida towards which the Women's Field Army is working. Headquarters are at 843 Ingraham Building, Miami, Florida. Officers of the organization are: • Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson. Commander Dade County. Dr. Richard Fleming. Chairman Executive Board. Mr. William C. Hill, Treasurer. Mrs. W. W. Corbett, Jr., Publicity Chairman. Mrs. Alice W. Thompson. Secretary. MEMORIAL MEETING TO DR. HERZL'S MEMORY SUNDAY Rrit Sapiro said. However, every ,' 1 i effort will be made this week to ish campaign to liberate the continue with the sale of bonds. CO U m ?V from th Itaians havt | particularly the "E" issue, so settled there in private practice | f h t Miami Beach can R0 away and are helping develop a pub; th t lie health system, it was dis__. .. .closed here by Norman BentDade county has over-subwich. former Attorney-General. scribed its quota by 6-milion. of Palestine and a legal adviser j for %  a total of approximately 40to Haile Selassie. million, it was announced SatDr. Bentwich spoke at a dinUlday -. .. ner marking the establishment Chairman Sapiro places credi of a Wingate Ward in the Prin-1 for the sales to the wonderful cess Trahai Hospital in Addis' cooperation and unity of the Abbaba, the Ethiopian capital.; more than score of groups and He paid tribute to the late Mai.organizations participating in the after whom the ward was j campaign, killed in a named, who was a IT -., ir — H re I*I plane crash in Burma several NEW CAFE IN MIAMI months ago. IS REALLY THE "TOPS" JEWISH DOCTORS STAY IN ABYSSINIAN WORK T o p p s restaurant, Miami's newest eating place, located at N. E. Second Avenue at Fourth New York. (JTA) — A fund I Street, has received a reception of $500,000 to aid Jewish refugees from Lithuania scattered throughout the world will be raised here, it was decided at a conference of the Federation of Lithuanian Jews held at Hotel Picadilly. About 100 delegates representing various groups oT Lithuanian Jews in the country attended the conference. It was estimated by speakers | at the gathering that about 10,000 Lithuanian Jews arc now in Russia. The majority of them are in Turkestan and are in need of immediate relief. Some of them have received food packages through the Joint Distribution Committee. About 8,000 packages were also sent to Lithuanian Jews in Russia by the Federation of Jews in Palestine. far greater than fondest expectations, the management stated. We have been serving to capacity since our opening several weeks ago, and this continued patronage proves our purpose when we planned and opened Topp's, which was to give quality and service in the proper environment. Our restaurant, the management stated, is operated by experienced restaurateurs, who know the business from A to Z. and who purchase nothing but the finest of foods. All of our pastries, of which we are exceptionally proud, are baked on the premises. All of our equipment and furnishings are of the most modLithuanian em, and our excellent air conditioning makes Topp's restaurant an outstanding attraction among Miami's dining places. ^jGUST BROS RVf IS the BEST A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. fycudkie!* "FINE FOODS" 134 23rd Street Opposite Roney Plaza Phone Open 'til 2 a.m. 58-2310 Closed Mondays Serving Fine KOSHER MEATS Delicious Sandwiches Dairy Dishes Hot Plates Home-Made Pastries Also Box Lunches and Sandwiches For Fishing Parties A memorial meeting, commemorating the 40th anniversary of 1 the death of Dr. Theodore Herzl, ; will take place Sunday evening. Julv 16th. at the Beth David Auditorium. The meeting will be held unI der the auspices of the Miami Zionist District. Mr. Harry SimI onhoff, President, announced. i The program will weave itself I around the life of Dr. Herzl, I Founder of Political Zionism. NOW OPEN MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Restaurant Feafuring UNUSUAL FOODS DELICIOUS PASTRIES N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned fkotf 2-074O I I



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1 itJeMslUEIIiOipidliiaun ^-THE JEWISH UNITY VOLUME 17-NUMBER 27 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS New York. (JTA)— Satisfaction with the attitude taken b the nation;. 1 convention of the ^publican Party towards the Palestine problem was expressed BSTDr. Abba Hillel Silver. cha.rman of the American Zionist Emergency Council upon his return from Chicago where he delivered the invocation at the Republican conclave. He emphasized that he hoped that the national convention of the Democratic Party "will likewise adopt a Strong pro-Palestine plank." The text ot the Republican Party plank on Palestine reads: "In order to give refuge to millions of distressed Jewish men, women and children driven from their homes by tyranny, we call for the opening of Palestine to their unrestricted immigration and land owenrship, so that in accordance with the full intent and purpose of the Bal-' four Declaration of 1917 and the Resolution of a Republican Congress in 1922. Palestine may be constituted as a free and democratic commonwealth. We condemn the failure of the President to insist that the mandatory of Palestine carry out the provision of the Balfour Declaration and of the Mandate while he pretends to support them." The section of the Republican platform in which President Roosevelt is accused of only pretending to support the Balfour Declaration was attacked by Rabbi Stephen S. Wise addressing more than 1,000 guests at the dinner given in honor of Rep. Sol Bloom by the Palestine Grove Representation Committee. Emphasizing that President Roosevelt was "unjustly accussed" by the Republicans. Rabbi Wise asked Rep. Bloom to tell the audience how unfair ZWITMAN WILL SPEAK AT TEMPLE ON FRIDAY Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman of Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, will return to his pulpit Friday evening at Temple Israel of Miami, from which he is on leave of absence for the duration as an army chaplain. He will conduct the service at Temple Israel of Miami Friday evening, July 7th, at 8:15. His sermon topic will be "Religion and the Armed Forces." The theme will be an analysis of the impact of the war on the religious life of men and women in the service. Chaplain Zwitman came to Miami on special leave to attend and perform the last rites for his friend, Morris Blank, who was one of the founders and oast president of Temple Israel of Miami. r fi.00H.ll GOAL IN BONO ACTIVITY ASSEMBLY ENDORSES "FREE PORT" SET UP I ALLOTS LACKAWAXEN, Penn., (JTA) —Resolutions urging full implementation of the Balfour Declaration by the establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine and nailing the establishment of a "free port" by President Roosevelt for the temporI ary shelter of refugees, were W V Auxiliarv and' ad Pted here at the closing scs.. • ,T r, Y "ision of the 44th annual convenMiami Beach Exceed | tion of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, the central body of the Conservative rabbinate. Rabbi Louis Levitsky, retiring president, reported that the synagogues are faced with a manpower shortage since onethird of the American rabbinate —about 250—are in the armed forces, while another 50 are being processed. Rabbis are being forced, he said, to devote time to congregations other than their own, in order to meet the spiritual needs of the communities. TUPS BLOW UP T L TOJEIfipOPLL ZURICH, (JTA)—Acting under the existing anti-Jewish regulations, the Hungarian authorities have allotted only 2.800 apartments to the 250,000 Jews of Budapest who have been moved into ghettos, it is reported here from the Hungarian capital. More than 28.000 Jewish apartments have been vacated in Budapest by the removal of the Jews. The central body of Hungarian Jewry, which is acting as a liason group between the Jews and the Hungarian authorities, was notified that no more than two square meters of housing space will be allotted to each Jew in the ghetto dwellings. Jewish doctors will be permitted to have a reception room in addition to their living quarters. The policy of the Hungarian Government to concentrate all nlair| t he Jews of Budapest in areas the statement was. Mr. Bloom exposed to Allied air raids has said he had discussed Palestine \ ?^eady produced is irstRhastLI. IS POSTPONLD AT 0. D. T. REQUEST Their Set Bond Quotas Although very close to reaching the quota of $2,000,000 in the present 5th War Bond Drive, Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, through its bond committee un-, der the chairmanship of Louis Heiman, are extending all efforts towards going over the mark set by a substantial margin. Reaching a climax om the series of special events under the leadership of Nat Roth, special events chairman, was the elaborate water carnival, dance and entertainment held last Tuesday evening. Seven hundred and fifty people were present at the Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club, made available through the courtesy of the Evans Family. Admission to the affair was by bond purchases only, and a large gathering witnessed a water show by outstanding swimmers and divers. Miami Beach Life Guards put on an exhibition, as I r rtmr ,i v ; n ,, with the reauest did Arthur Trow,. New ?ork L | C SPS& IFDA^BS Ch i^r£tS ? iL S r W,, known a Portation. the Interim CommitJacob Schreiber, known as r~ .. Amer ; can Jewish "Silver Dollar Jake/ presented > g^^^JS^Sed topost* a series of f^J^v,edby the he seCQ J session of thc awarding of silver dollars to ; Con{erencc or j R i n ally scheduled bond purchasers. Lee Mason as\ y ^ fa • D £ ^ cekcnd in s.sted in the bond f. u f' v n f" d j Chicago. While no definite date the total sales for the evening. < was jxcd for he sessiorii it not including advance ticket indica ted that the postponesakjs. neared the $50,000 mark wou]d ^ f fc nfcren £ and its concern with on many occasions with the President and that there was not the slightest doubt of the President'.desire to see the Balfour Declaration fulfilled. A |rove has been named after Sol Bloom in the George Washington Forest in Palestine, it was announced at the dinner. NEW "ECUADOR HEAD SCORES ANTI-SEMITISM .Quito, Ecuador, (JTA) — A Christian and liberal nation" nnot tolerate anti-Semitic activities, Dr. Velasco Ibarra, new Provisional president of Ecudor. >uted here ;,t a press conference ""ring which he discussed the Problems facing his regime. Admitting that he had encountered some Anti Jewish wejudice in Ecuador. Dr. Ibarra S anu "Semitism is inhuman •na un-Chnstian. and does not FJ with the Commandment: yi,r£ U y ne 'Rhbor as thyself.'" Eg? of modern progress in the 22 of c ""ure and science is *ed to Jews, he added. JRGENTINFTEACHERS NOT I 1 0 TEACH ANTI-SEMITISM (JTAi n t r i d e o Uruguay, Wblic~ A l i l| -? emilism in the whirh s chools in Argentina, Son 7 m, i nated in the greSSto J, 'u Wish children on the g, Sf nch M a result of the E^ ment decrce making kion K al lhc Catholic rebrZht T pu, £ ry this week *hool L.r sha n> waring to to Si, leat hers in Buenos Aires childr !" from '"citing Catholic l n against Jewish. Mh??£ e W Bonds ,h e best investment are ly results. The Hungarian Telegraphic Agency reports that the Jewish hospital and seven Jewish houses in Budapest, located in the ghetto section of the city, have been hit by Allied bombs. No details are given as to the number of casualties. The Budapest raido announced that beginning July 1 men in the Jewish Labor Service in Hungary allowed to correspond with their families, will have to use special yellow postcards. The cards, the announcement said, will have "reply cards" attached on which return addresses must be filled by the Jews in the labor service before mailing, otherwise the family will not be able to respond. Postal authorities are instructed not to accept any communications tor Jews in the labor service except on the yellow "reply cards, the broadcast warned. ALLIK^CTKTABLISH COMMITTEE IN ROME London. (JTA)-The Allied Military Government in Koine this week announced the establishment of a special committee to deal with restoration of confiscated property to Jews. The committee, composed o prominent Italian citizens will immediately stat registering the damages suffered by Jews in the Rome district both during the time when Rome was ruled by the Fascists and by the Oirmans. Jews in Rome whose homes have been wrecked wnu the introduction of the anteJe*ish laws in Italy will be houses in temporary dwellings PJgvided for them by the Allied Military Government. Measures will i* taken to restore all confiscated Jewish possessions. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) HUNGARIAN JEWS TO BE EXPELLED WITHIN U INS immediate problems of rescuing Jews from Nazi-Europe and post-war questions which are now under consideration. An inquiry with the Office of Defense Transportation, made by the Interim Committee following the decision to postpone brought the response that a sixty to ninety-day postponement would be entirely satisfactory. The Interim Committee reviewed the arrangements that have thus far been made by the Zurich. (JTA) —All Jews > Administrative Committee oremarked for deportation from par i n g for the second session Hungary must be expelled from and t ook action to strengthen t h c country "within twenty tne executive apparatus of the days," the Hungarian Minister Conference. It enlarged the Adof Interior has instructed police • m n i S trative Committee, which authorities charged with the task was established in May to ari of deporting Jews from Hungary ran ge for the second session, to occupied Poland. ; by adding the Chairmen of the The instructions, which were Commissions to that body and broadcast over Hungarian radio by vesting in that body authorstations advise the police auity t o implement recommendathorities that "the .deportation tions ma de by the Commissions. SJ Wfi^J-?' TREATlS 5ri^9-1920 £?£?" PoSVion l that e "ose | ARE TERMED FAILURES iSVp&!Ltm^^S\ New York.l !" > r The "Minmals wtHermed "nothing but orities Treaties" of 1919 and VPical Anglo-Saxon bluff." by 1920 which, with their collateral iffMinister safeguards, were set up by the Private advices reaching here Treaty of Versailles peacefrom Budapest reveals that the makers as protection for racial nro Nazi Hungarian Government a nd religious minorities are Ts anxiouf to" complete the decharacterizedI, M a JbOmJ^ Portation of Jew. frorr.the capMoscow, (JTA) % — Information reaching here from partisan units behind the German lines discloses that members of a Jewish unit recently broke into German-held Vilna, blew up the power station, and left the city in darkness for six days. The same unit, which is composed of Jews who escaped from Vilna prior to the Nazi extermination of the Jewish population there, was reported herthis week to have carried out ;* number of other important operations recently, derailing trains on the Vilna-Sarny line carrying German soldiers, officers and ammunition and destroying German communication lines by felling telegraph poles. The unit, whose commander Itzik Wittenberg from Vilna. was killed last July, is now led by a 25-year-old Jewish student of the Vilna Academy of Art whose name is not disclosed for security reasons. The unit has many Jewish girls in its ranks who have participated in raids on German garrisons in neighboring villages. The murder of a Red Aryman by the Germans in the small town of Medvin in the Ukraine paved the way for a charge of "ritual murder" against all the Jews of the city and their execution by the Nazis, the commisar of a partisan detachment reported here this week. In the spring of 1942, a large group of Red Army prisoners passed through Medvin under German guard. One of the prisoners was stabbed to death and his body thrown into a cellar. Several days later the Gestapo "discovdreoV" the b o dy and spread the word that "the Jews were killing Christians for ritual purposes." Although the population ignored the bait, the Germans staged a trial of all the Jews, comprising about 80 families, and sentenced them to death. Prior to executing their victims, the Nazis flogged them with rubber clubs and hanged them by their feet. Only one Jew escaped. He was hidden for two years in the home of a peasant, who risked her life to shelter him. When the Red Army recaptured Medvin, this lone survivor joined the Russian troops and is now fighting i-t the front, the partisan commander's report reveals. the principal railway Morris D. Waldman in an article the pru in the current issue of the Connes leading to and from the temporary Jewish Record. Mr. I chv a re' crippled by Allied air %  Waldman, vice-chairman of the Stacks Large-scale deportation executive committee of the Amfth.. 250 000 Jews of Budapest! erican Jewish Committee, deoild be difficult if rail comdares that, in order to insure equality of rights for people belonging to minority elements, drastic changes are necessary in the approach to the problem, including changes in the doctrine of "national self-determination" sponsored by Woodrow Wilson. SPECIAL COUNCIL SET UP FOR RELIGIOUS GROUPS London, (JTA)—The Moscow radio this week announced the formation of a Council on Religious Affairs by the central government to deal with questions concerning the Christian, Jewish, Mohammedan and Buddhist religions. The Council will serve as a liason body between the Soviet authorities and the representatives of the various groups throughout the U. S. S. R.. the announcement said. w munica tions are disrupted IEWISH __ sTrTLERS RETURN TO HOMES IN THE CRIMEA Moscow. (JTA)— Jewish settlers hi the Crimean colonies esabhshed by the Agrojo.nt are beginning to return to their on Cs especially in the Lanndorf and Freidorf districts it is Sported here by Major Zalman 'Salbukh from Simferopol, cap1 Hal of the Crimea. Washington, (JTA) — The question of restitution of confiscated property to Jews upon g^ "i^jaj JDC OPENS OFFICE IN ITALY WITH PERLMAN Nfew York, (JTA)—The appointment of Max Perlman to head the office which the Joint D i s t r i b u tion Committee has opened in Bari, Italy, was announced this week by Joseph C. Hyman, executive vice-chairman of the JDC. Mr. Perlman was transferred to his post in Southern Italy from North Africa. The Joint Distribution Committee is preparing to send another experienced worker to their return to Italy was dis] cussed here this week. • Buy War Bonds Today—



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PAGE FOUR +Jels*ncrkl**n FRIDAY, JUL Y 7, 1944 • The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. Q. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 7, 1944 TAMMUZ 16. 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 27 WORTHWHILE READING We are devoting this space to one of the finest and clearest expressions we have ever read defining the position of the Jews in this country. It was written by Richard E. Gustadt, National Director of the ADL to a Christian woman in Miami who had embodied certain criticisms and accusations of the Jews in a letter to the Jews in a letter to the Justice Murphy Committee to Combat Anti-Semitism. Read it carefully. It will provide you with ammunition should any of these same charges be made in your presence. Dear Mrs. A. I recently had a conversation with Mr. Frank Peterson, the Executive Director of the Justice Murphy Committee to Combat Anti-Semitism. Mr. Peterson and Justice Murphy were troubled over some of the non-Jewish reactions to the genuinely American address which Justice Murphy had delivered at Carnegie Hall. New York. As a result of that conversation, Mr. Peterson transmitted to me a copy of your recent letter to him, and I am taking the liberty of answering it because I deeply appreciate the candid manner in which vou approach a problem which is distressing, of course, to all thinking Jews, but which is fraught with greater danger to the American way of life than it is to the Jews. Recent history has proven that the assault upon the Jews is merely the preliminary skirmish to a battle against religious and democratic values per se. Your comments, therefore, are extremely interesting, and I should like to make such response as lies within my limited ability, since I believe that, the advance of understanding with respect to this problem, may contribute to the permanence of the American concept. You are quite right that the rapid increase of prejudice against Jews is measurably attributable to Nazi propaganda. This preceded, on American soil, Hitler's rise to power in Germany, for even at that remote date the Nazis understood the necessity of breaking down American morale and unity by arraying one segment of the population against another. Jewish leaders constantly emphasize that Christians, generally, are not anti-Semitic, and that every denomination of Christians, through its responsible voices. have condemned anti-Semitism. We are well aware of this and I j doubt that it is Jewish truculence which interferes with Jews understanding this, as much as it is the thoughtless generalization against the Jewish people as a whole which so frequently is expressed by non-Jewish individuals who have a real 01 fancied grievance or criticism of this or that particular Jew. You ascribe uvor-shrcwd and questionable business tactics as the justification for the inclusion of the approbious definition of the term 'Jew'' presently found in many dictionaries. Further on in your letter you refer very eloquently to Jews "under the shadow of the \ eternal Shylock." I should like to associate these two thoughts. It is not generally known that the original Shylock was not a Jew but a Christian, and that the victim from whom the pound of flesh was to be out was a Jew. This story may be found in the work of Gregorio Leti. the papal biographer, to whom adequate reference is made in any proper encyclopedia. Jews, having been banished from England in the period of religious strife, were little known by the English people. Shakespeare, who wanted to draw the picture of a villainous character, found it easy to transpose the relationship of the exactor of the pound of flesh and to have him conform more readily to the popular concept of a villian. In the several centuries since the writing of this classic, the stereotype has been fastened upon the thinking of hundreds of millions of people, and this literary accident is just one more historic misfortune of the Jewish people. I would not have you believe that we hold Jews guiltless of wrongdoing. The Jewish people have their percentage of individuals who fall from grace. This is. of course, contrary to every religious concept of the Jewish faith which, as you know, pioneered in the field of social and religious ethics. These people, however, err as individuals, as human beings, not as members of any religious community. The historic role of the Jew, however, as the scapegoat adds to the tragedy in that Armenians, or Yankees, or Scotchmen, all of whom are famous for driving close bargains, not to even revert to the French and Italian peasants and many others, makes the situation even more unfortunate for the Jews than for members of any other group. You are quite correct in your very fair statement that much of the quality of the Jew which is considered unsocial, rises from a defense mechanism which is the result of generations of persecution. Those Jewish people who are not yet adequately orientated to American life may carry some of the vestiges of the persecution complex of their ancestors, and seek in the acquisition of money the possible warrant for security. We may freely admit that in this country of our Jews need not be fearful of security, but it does take time to dissolve the psychological heritage of many generations. With all candor and highly proper intent, you use the words "crude and crass" with respect to Jewish conduct. Here is a popular misconception which I should like to explain. I think you will agree that the third and fourth generation of Jewish people are hardly to be distinguished from the non-Jews of their environment. They education their children; they seek to have them accomplished; and they attempt to inculcate the principles of character and rectitude of conduct, which is the mark of cultured American families. Sometimes non-Jews, however, come into direct contact with Jewish people who have recently migrated but who are not yet environed. If they are Italian Jews they are voluble as are all Italians. If they hail from Roumania or Hungary, where the population has a flair for color, the Jews from such an environment also partake of that flair for color, and sometimes use it indiscriminately, according to American standards. Many Jews hail from sections of Europe where the people are fond of jewelry. Like those from whose midst they came, these Jewish people, too, too, like jewelry and frequently that which is characterized as latent and ostentatious, is merely the reflection of the customs of the people from whom they came. Surely there is no more cultured group of people in America than those who, for the most part, are the patrons of the Metropolitan Opera Company in New York City. The boxes and loges of the Metropolitan Opera have been dubbed the "Diamond Horseshoe" by reason of the exhibition of magnificent jewels which marks the significant attendances at the Metropolitan Opera It would require a very great stretch of the imagination to say of the Vanderbilts and the Morgans, and the Harknesses, the Rockefellers and the many other first families of America as being of the Jewish group, and yet there many who describe them as the bejewelled four hundred. This comment is made in no disparagement of these American families, but merely to indicate that "alleged ostentation is no peculiar mark of Jewish people, just as the flair for color, volubility of speech, indulgence in gestures, is not a Jewish characteristic but is rather the characteristic of the populations from whence certain Jewish people came I was particularly interested in your comment upon the money motive in Jewish life. We have met it so many times. On the one hand big business and industry, as well as other forces hostile to Jews, charge us with failure to value money. They allege that the Jews are the Communists and the Socialists disproportionately. These charges are irreconcilable for on the one hand we are charged with over-evaluating money and being the capitalist, and upon the other hand we care nothing for money, being interested in breaking down the system of private capital. These antithetical charges, however, are symptomatic of this whole gamut of anti-Jewish propaganda. We are charged with intrusiveness. trying to force our way in where not wanted. We are charged with clannishness and lack of it, to meet our Christian neighbor on a friendly, understanding basis. Obviously, a 1 I these charges could not be true and yet thev find considerable acceptance amongst the people. The fact is that Jews arc like non-Jews. Some misunderstand the purpose of money: some are economic idealists, and if they are, some pursue political liberalism and others adopt conflict philosophies. Our experience would indicate. Mrs. A that the fault primarily is one of reasoning from the particular to the general. People run across individual Jews who are unethical. Fallaciously they accept the thesis that all Jews are unethical. No one would be so imprudent as to charge that all Italians are gangsters because of a Scarface Al Capone, or that all Irishmen are lawless because of a Touhv or a Dillingcr. What I am trying to convey is that it is just as improper to characterize the Jewish group, as such, as a result of individual experience or manifestation as it is to charge all Italians or Irish or Yankees with any specific dereliction because of the faults of some individuals. It appears to me that the solution lies in the spread of the American concept of the uniqueness of the human personality. Each must be permitted to be judged by his own merits. Condemn that Jew or that Protestant or Catholic whose acts justify condemnation, but real constructive service lies in impressing upon those with whom we come in contact, that no group should be judged either by reason of the virtues or the vices of individuals of that group. Jews have no right to arrogate the standards of a Rosenwald or a Justice Brandeis for their whole group. NonJews must deny themselves the privilege of castigating all Jews because of the weaknesses of a /few. Just as certainly must Jews generally recognize that prejudices expressed by a few Christians here or there are not representative of either the Christian spirit or the Christian attitude. I have taken the liberty of addressing you at this lengtth because our organization has for thirty years been devoted to the purpose of creating good will and better understanding between the groups which make up America. We recognize that national unity may only be evolved from inter-group understanding and appreciation of each group for the cultural contribution of the other. We are grateful for you very genuine American expression and your very evident disposition to be helpful so that ultimately the American principle may be completely vindicated. A. L. S. CHAPTER INSTALLS NEWLY ELECTED OFFICERS New officers of the A. L. S. &Sn& ? *! ai B '? ilh R,rls wer installed last week by Mr Milton A. Friedman, president of Sholem Lodge. Officers included: Misses Donna Feldman f.^/"': Norm* Schwartz and Mildred Zalka, vice-presidents; Diane Koven, recording secretary; Marjorie Miller, corresponding secretary; Naomi Machtei, treasurer; Ruth Belov, hLto^n! 11 1 1 J Ckie Kaliah -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWI Mudfy Confidential -By PHINEAS J. BIRONPALESTINE NEWS The Palestine plank in the Republican Convention platform is being received with mixed feelings by the Zionist rank and file .... While the Zionists are grateful for Republican support of the Balfour Declaration, they resent the second part of the resolution, which criticizes Roosevelt and makes of the Jewish Palestine issue a football in American politics .... It looks as if the Zionist Organization of America will reach its quota of $60,000,000 War Bond sales Not a bad figure for an organization of 100,000 members .... When Pierre van Passen r* vealed five years ago that oil had been discovered in Palestine he was called "irresponsible" .... Now the "Palestine and Near East" magazine confirms that abundant oil resources exist in the Dead Sea area .... Moshe Shertok, chief of the Political Department of the Jewish Agency, will definitely arrive in this country before Labor Day .... Meyer W. Weisgal will soon be flying to London to consult the head of the Jewish Agency—Dr. Weizmann, in other words .... LISTEN HERE The activities of certain Hungarian groups and newspapers in this country should be investigated .... The tie-up between Hungarian and Polish anti-Semitic groups in America is very siginificant .... The German authorities in Holland have devised a new trick to ferret out Jewish children hidden these past few years by courageous Christians .... The Nazis have issued a decree ordering the registration of all children under fifteen, ostensibly to "facilitate identification following air raids" So our good Hollanders simply refuse to register any children Don't miss "The Nazis Go Underground," by Curt Reiss It tells of the Nazi plans for the future, after the defeat even they know is inevitable in this war .... Which reminds us of the messages German war prisoners have been scattering about the Michigan countryside while being transferred from their camps to their places of work .... The messages, wrapped around candy bars, read: "Germany is better than the United States, and we will show you the next time." And here's Harry Hershfield's comment on the French Liberation situation: "They're trying to divide de Gaulle into three parts" .... BOOK NEWS Do you know how Thomas Mann came to write his famous series of "Joseph!' novels, the final volume of which, "Joseph the Provider," has just been published? .... Some eighteen years ago an artist friend asked him to write an introduction to a portfolio of drawings of Joseph and his brethren .... And when Mann got out his Bible and read up on the story of Joseph, he decided that there was the theme for a work of fiction in which he could expound his entire philosophy of life .... Franz Werfel is mending rapidly, and is putting the finishing touches on another lengthy novel, dealing with Germany .... The contention of die-hard anti-Sovietists that Hebrew is forbidden in Russia has been completely exploded .... Regular shipments of Hebrew books horn Palestine have been going to the Soviet Union for some time .... ABOUT PEOPLE Benjamin Winter, late president of the American Federation of Polish Jews, who recently died of a heart attack, had been a sick man for the past ten years .... But he kept his illness a secret, because he wanted to participate fully in communal activities .... James N. Rosenberg, who you know as a biggie in the Joint Distribution Committee, is having a one-man show of his paintings at the Ferargil Galleries these days ... Incidentally, his daughter Elizabeth, who is a physician, is serving in the British Army, with the rank of major .... Sam Keenig, old-time New York political leader, established a record at the Republican National Convention by serving as a delegate for the tenth successive time .... It's only recently that we discovered that Mrs. David O. Selznick, wife of the Hollywood producer, is the daughter of film tycoon Louis B. Mayer, Mrs. Selznick is so averse to publicity that she is doing some very important work on juvenile delinquency under another name .... Watch out for a new screen figure named Tony Eden ... No, this doesn't mean that Britain's Foregin Minister is going Hollywood .... Tony Eden is the screen name given to a pretty youngster who was born Walda Winchell %  —TJ* Walter's daughter .... Monica Lewis, featured singer of the "Beat the Band" radio program, is a daughter of Leon Bloom, well-known New York musician, whose other daughter, trie former Barbara Lewis, made her mark as a pianist • • Y ? ur favorite screen villian. Peter Lorre. is planning to do a Sha ^ speare series in California colleges next fall ... • Bandleader Charlie Spivak is sporting a service ribbon these days • a special decoration awarded him by the Merchant Marine to services rendered by his band, which has made a lot of a PPf, ances at hospitals for injured seamen .... There's been a aea of confusion at a Southern Army camp recently due to m presence there of Privates Ben and Sam Springer (nephews the late Hebrew author Reuben Brainin) .... Sam, who useu to box exhibition bouts fox the Army, is drawing cartoons m the camp paper, and Ben. who started out to be an actor doing a gossip column .... The boys are identical W with the result that officers and non-coms have nequen j bawled out one of them for not doing what the other had ow ordered to do ... But the confusion will be over soon ,. %  For the Commanding Officer has ordered Ben to grow a %  tache pronto KOSHER ZION %  AUSAGE COu FHOD0CW PMcM rttasstJBS-%  I &f CM"*



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r. JULY 7. +Jenist Meri dian —^ %  I BflAMlAWj^nr COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The lowtah Welfare Board _H lp Us Keep R.cord of Our Men in Service PAGE SEVEN SERVICE r-\ r-\ •> PARADE! WOUNDED IN ACTION Pfc. Nathan Alper. 25, of the Bronx, an infantryman, who participated in the fighting at Kasserine Pass, was wounded in the Sicilian campaign. A salesman in civilian life, Pvt. Alper joined the armed forces four years ago. The Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received ffom 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. S/Sgt. Robert Blumstein, 23. of New York City, tail gunner PFC HAROLD JACOBS 727 and radio operator aboard a B25 Jefferson av., Miami Beach, is serving with the aircraft section of an Air Service Command depot somewhere in England. Mrs. Bernie Greenstein has received word that her husband was wounded in action in the invasion of France and is now in a hospital somewhere in England. He was in the midst of the fight for fifteen days before receiving the leg wound which sent him to the hospital. He also received his promotion to sergeant. Mitchell bomber, holds the Pur pie Heart for injuries sustained in the South Pacific fighting. A choir singer, Sgt. Blumstein frequently conducts religious servi ices in New Guinea. PRIVATE WILLIAM JERRY SOL FRIEDMAN, 820 Euclid ALTMAN, of Miami, has writave., Miami Beach, was adton nis parents about D-D advanced to corporal at an air sertivities, in which he participated vice command base in India. as a member of the Infantry Friedman, who entered the serUnit Private Altman landed on Pvt. Hyman Cohen, 20, of New York City, infantryman in service one year, was wounded in the Italian fighting. He is a graduate of Seward Park High School. Lt. Clifton Dreyfus, 23. of Birmingham, Ala., pilot of a B-26 operating in the Mediterraneon area, has been severely wounded in action there. Recipient of the Purple Heart, LL Dreyfus was a civil engineer before joining the Army Air Corps two years ago. vice 19 months ago, is a radio repairman. the beach with other memers of an infantry division, according to a dispatch from the European theater of operations, and advanced 500 yards before German machine guns opened up. Lt. David Epstein, 24, of Jersey City, an infantry officer, has been awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received in the Battle of Salerno. W. J. Altman. Mrs. Doroiiiy Borcnstein received the first letter in seven weeks lrom her husband from PRIVATE IRVIN ZIMET. of Camp Shelby, Miss., is spending his furlough with his mother. One of twenty-three boys seMps g j Covner. Recently lected out of a group 01 eigni t|M} Kovernment authorized the hundred, taking an -. e lr *^ e p £*" awarding of medals to the men anmation tor the V-U program. of thg infantry attaining, an exns J. William Bares, JTMB ccllent ratin ,, in a ll their mfano! Mr. and Mrs. William Baros t training. Pvt. Zimet re2(07 S. W. 13thi Street. Helen ceived t he very first of these "Somewhere m France where he is with an lnlantry Division. TECH. SGT. MAX BORENSTE1N writes in his letter: "I know that the job which has been started will be carried to Baros' father has been prominwho returned recently from the a successlul conclusion—victory ent in Jewish War Veterans' China-Burma-India theater of for which the world is waiting activities. war > nas reported to Army Air and praying. The Allies mean Forces Redistribution Station business this time. 1 hope it is Mr and Mrs Sam Koran, of No 2 in Miami Beach for reasnot long, and it shouldn't be. Pfc. William B. Fields, 19. of Cleveland, serving with the MaHis parents are Mr. and Mrs. rine Corps in the Gilbert Islands, was injured during the landing operations at the Battle of Tarawa. Saturday for the Un'versnyo' meda \ s awarded. South Carolina, where he will imdereo training in the Govern2ft Specialized Naval EnginTV6GT. SIDNEY Z. etnnj! Training Program. Mr. SCHWARTZ, of Miami Beach, Pfc. Alfred Goldstein. 31. of Cleveland, is the recipient of the Purple Heart for wounds sustained during the invasion of Sicily. Private Goldstein has been in service three years. SK 1/c Stanley Hirsch, 20, of I Atlanta. Ga., one of the first ali lied troops to land at Salerno, | was wounded in that engagement. Hirsch, a veteran of the fighting i at Bizerte and Tunis, was awarded the Purple Heart and received Miami Beach, heard from their signment. son. SGT FKKDDIE KORAN, The 29-year-old son of SamHENRY I. DREYFUS, son of Especial"letter of commendation, a member of the U. S. Marines, uel Schwartz, of 6950 Byron Mrs. and Mrs. Milton Dreyfus, as we jj as a uru citation, for the stating that he was now in Sa* ave., Miami Beach, flew 55 mis3415 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Salerno exploit. Stanley is now Diego, California, ready for acsions as a radio operator-gunBeach, enlisted in the U. S. recuperating at the Naval Hostion. Sgt. Koran, age 20. has ner on B-25 Mitchell bombers Navy in March. He was given' p i ta i ln Jacksonville. Fla. been in service for eighteen during 16 months overseas, logthe opportunity of finishing his | months. He attended Miami Ring 347 combat hours. school year, and was graduated cpl. Martin M. Kornstein, 31, I Beach High School, where he lrom Springdale School, Canton, 0 f Elgin. 111., reported missing in was tennis champion and starred AT FRFn I PI ANT tnn nf N. C, on June 2nd. He was in; action at one time, later rejoinon the football team. ,u„ I'STJU £t-sJ M VUM ducted June 20th and was given ed his unit and in the drive at Gafsa and El Guettar, Africa. was wounded in action. the Jate .Mr. Morris M. Plant. Y£ !" i?n* n f A/* who passed away Suqday and tne ratin of A/S Advanced to the rank of major his mother, -Mrs. Eva Plant, of B ISRAEL EDWIN BONISKE, 923 s. W. 10th ave., was adFirst American Red Cross stationed at the Marine base at vanced to captain at Camp Lee, nurse in World War II was tsH Toro. Cal. /, where he is assistant chief ther Richards of San Francisco, Maj. Boniske, son of Mrs. of project development, planning who died of injuries received on Dave Boniske, 1110 S. W. 12th and control of the technical We Anzio beachhead. ct, has been in the service two training service of the Quarterad a half years; formerly atmaster school. He is a former First man killed in action from tended the Einbiy-Riddle School advertising and sales promotion Minneapolis was Ensign Ira Weil 1 of Aviation here. manager. Jeffery, a member of B'nai m -, ._. ——---—_ ^_ ,. B'rith, who dud at Pearl HarOut This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Armybo,.. Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida Sgt. Julius B. Larman. 27, of Hartford, Conn., wounded in action in the North African theatre of war, holds the Purple Heart. Pfc. Morris Mankoff, 21. of Buffalo, N. Y., infantryman in service three years, was wounded in the final drive on Tunisia. Name.. Serial No. Home Address Street Birth Date City State Birthplace Civilian Occupation.. Date Entry In Service City Marital Status State Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship Date .Discharged ..Rank or Rating Address. formation Transmitted by. Telephone number WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. w. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG, Viea-Chalrman JOSEPH A BER MAN, Sao. Executive Committee Mr. Max Dobrln, Ben B. Goldman, Mauoice Grossman, Louis Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry Koven, Harry Markowit*. Alexander F. Mailer, at Roth. Frad Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joasph Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach. Carl Weinkle, George Wolpsrt, Harry Zukernick. MRS. MINNIE ENGLER Mrs. Minnie Engler, 1637 S. W. 11th Street, has been acting in the capacity of chaperone for the past two years to a group of girls that now number 1,0001 Mrs. Engler is the proud possessor of a recently awarded "Certificate o f Appreciation" for her outstanding work towards the servicemen at Training Command No. 1, Army Air Force, Miami Beach, signed by Gen. L. A. Lawson, Commanding Officer. This presentation was made at a dinner given by the Army. The Redistribution Station, No. 2, Overseas Returnees, presented "Mom" with a dresser set of beauty preparations. The Richmond Naval Station presented her with gold wings. The certificate commended her untiring efforts in helping to entertain the boys. A year ago Mrs. Engler was awarded the 1,000 hour service ribbon given by the U. S. Government for service rendered the men in the Armed Forces. She has since completed 5,000 hours of service. Mrs. Engler has never missed a party although the group have had a 7-day a week schedule for the past six months. She has become affectionately known as "Mom" to both the girls in her supervision as well as the boys in the various camps they have attended from Homestead to Hollywood. Letters from numerous servicemen that have since been scattered throughout the world are her greatest possession and joy, as well as letters from their individual parents in appreciation for the attention shown their sons. This group is a member of the Dade County Defense Council and has had a monthly attendeance of girls of 1,500 and over. Many months they have led the entire State in record girl attendance. The girls range in 18 to 25 years. They have entertained HomeS Sgt. Lawrence R. Reedman. of El Paso, Texas, flight engineer aboard a Flying Fortress based in England, holder of the Air Medal and an Oak Leaf Cluster, was awarded a Purple Heart or -"^g 0 ",^ wounds received '"f^l a ct.on %  ^ Ajr B 36th g over Europe. The F'ortress, bad g Richmond Naval ly damaged, crash landed _.n the j ^ ^.^ ^ weeR ^ aJ most two years. They also entertain Hollywood Naval Indoctrination School, Quartermaster Corps, Redistribution Station No. 2, Medical Detachment water. The crew, drifting for nine hours on rubber rafts, was rescued by English boats. /Prt, Seymour Abramovitz. 23, of P iUsbu „ r h ; ni s t er m nR tn r' l, i5 0 rth Bil'tmore Hospital, BeUrHaven engineering unit in the Nortn ^ af Q?W i&jTfta.,,., cn.,,r


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PAGE TWO Jewisii ncrkUan WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. William Sokel who were married June 22 in Miami are now residing in San Francisco. Mr. Sokel is stationed in California as a Naval Petty Officer. Mrs. Sokel is the former Rosine Brill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brill. 1026 S. W. Fourth st Mr. Sam Miller, 1919 S. W. 17th Street, left Thursday to visit with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Rhoda Miller, and grandchild, of Hartford. She will spend some time in New York before returning. Mrs. Nathan Siegel, accompanied by her son Edward, left for an extended Northern vacation. Mrs. Abe Mazor, of Miami Beach, is vacationing at the Waldmere Hotel at Kiamesha Lake. New York. She will be joined by her husband the latter part of the month. BAR MITZVAH Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oaken announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Arnold, to take place at services at Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach, On Saturday. July 8th, at 9:00 a. m. A reception will follow and on Sunday evening the family will be at home to their friends at 1542 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach. Mrs. Herman Pearl, son Arthur and daughter Lila, are visiting in the North. Mrs. Herbert Feldan, daughter Rachel, and son Albert, left this week for a Northern trip. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, o f Beth Jacob Congregation left Miami Beach for New York for a two months' stay. He has enrolled for a six weeks' study course at the Bernard Revel Graduate School. The credit for this course will go towards the Rabbi's Doctorate o f Hebrew Letters. Dr. Lester Stepner returned to his home on Miami Beach, following a two week's visit with his family in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Alexander have returned to Miami and are now making their home on the Beach. Mr. Alexander, better known to his friends as "Beans," recently received a medical discharge from the army. He was stationed at Camp Sibert, Ala. Rabbi Max Shapiro returned to the city this week after visiting in New York. Mr. and Mrs. J. Levin. 1941 N. W. Flaglcr Terrace, are leaving for New York July 6th. for a three months' vacation. They will spend a few days at the home of their son. Bill Levin, in Collingswood, New Jersey. FRIDAY, JUL Y 7, 1944 BIRTHS Dr. and Mrs. NelsonZi^itT 2644 Flamingo Drive. anno'X the birth of a son. born Jim! 28th. The Bris took place la* Thursday at St. Francs £ pital, Rabbi S. M. MachR., s ," ficiating. *' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glazer are now residing at 852 Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach. They previously lived in Miami. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and daughter Judith, and son, Kenneth, will leave Tuesday for New York to visit with relatives and friends. Miss Diane Predinger. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger, 1425 S. W. 5th Street, is in Tampa visiting her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Augustine. Miss Claire Ruth Rosenfeld is a house guest of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. 711 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach. Mrs. Jennie Lubow, 454 N. W. 25th Ave.. will leave on the eleventh to spend several weeks with her daughter and son-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Leibler, Brooklyn, N. Y. PROTECT YOUR WOOLENS WITH BUG-A-BOO MOTH CRYSTALS $


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PAGE EIGHT # Jewistifkrktian FRIDAY, JULY NAI B'RITH NOTES _byM ARX FEINBERG Everyone is getting prepared for the gala Fourth of July celebration tonight at the Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club. By the time that you rt?ad this, this party will be relegated to the grand list of B'Nai B'Rith social successes. According to the bond office at the Dade Federal they had run out of tickets and there should be at least 1.000 people attending. The next regular meeting of the Lodge will be held next Tuesday evening, July 11, at the Beth David. The plans for this meeting will be announced in the forthcoming bulletin and also in next week's column. On July 25th a moonlight boat ride has been planned for all members having paid all dues through 1944. As there will be limited space, only those will be able to attend who call in and make their reservations early. If you are not a paid up member send your check for dues to the B'Nai B'Rith office along with your request for your reservation. Don't blame anyone but yourself if you are left behind as this paragraph contains the full warning to you. It will be i m p o ssible to accommodate guests on this ride and only members and their wives, or if not married, one guest will be permitted. GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means of Individual Circumstances "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" • Worthy and Deserves Your Full Support and Recommendation • SERVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI • EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH 24-HOUR Ambulance Service At the last meeting of the Lodge thumbnail sketches of the events of the convention were presented and thoroughly enjoyed by all. After the meeting delicious hot dogs and cold drinks were served on the ocean front at the Miami Beach "Y." It was truly a delightful evening and each one of the approximate 400 present left very pleased. I met Rudy Adler at the Blood Bank in the Florida Power and Light Office and he had a list of some 15 members of the Lodge who volunteered blood. Rudy was acting as a sergeant of arms, so to speak, and is doing a wonderful piece of work in this department. More of you should take a half hour off during the day and donate your blood. This is especially important at this time due to the need crested by the tremendous casualties in the invasion. Next week I will tell you about the beach party and the boat ride. In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for tin w-.k-an.l SB„„•„,,',,'i b) the Create. >"""' i,,,,a ar as follows: BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, .mervative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.. Come Miami— Ki Ida) 7:1.*,. Salurdaj i\l..'s a I RESTORATION OF RIGHTS TO JEWS IRRITATE FRENCH New York (JTA)—A warning that some elements in liberated France will be "irritated" to see French Jews automatically in the industrial, commercial and political positions from which they were ousted under the antiJewish laws, has been issued by Michel Le Troquer, prominent Paris lawyer and son of the Commissar-Delegate in the Administration for Liberated Territories appointed by the provisional government of France in Algiers. r.HNKKAI. PAINTING CUBAN WORK IK>NK BY BKST MK<'HANK'S FRKK KSTIMATES NO JOB Too i..\ K;i-; OR TOO SMA1.1. J. D. OII.HREATH PAINT fONTRACTOR PH. .1-0070: If no answer. 2-510.1 NEW ROOF or REPAIR OLD ROOF No Down Payment Small Monthly Payment All Work Guaranteed LANG ROOFING CO. 416 N. W. 79th St. 7 1009 I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure If %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D~ MOB "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at MOO M. W. 32nd Street DRINK PLENTY OF Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME 3-GALLOM BOTTLE J 0c CASE 3F SIX TABLE BOTTLES ) $ PIUJ Bottle deposit PHONE 2-4128 evening sa morning al • %  % %  During aervli. Stanley, sop "' M .i M>* i...,ns Balah. will become will address th.eonflrmand. n< i„,. w school daily _to noon. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. Orthodox. 311 Waahington AVS.. ""ami Beach— Friday evening seJ i' • J „t 7:15 o'clock; Saturday morning at g:S0. Religious School Monday through Friday v a. m. to noon MIAMI BEACH "JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Ave.—Kabalas Bhabboa Friday evening al 7:15. *-""^'>. morning aarvlcei al I Chaplain Saul Kraft < %  ( K'lllsliiliull.'ii Station No. I Miami Beach, -m <>ffiiiaind. A reception ill follow. After and evening services will begin at 6 p, in. Stud) of the Ethics of the Fathers to be followed by evening aervtcoa ai 7:1",. Hebrew School daily from 10 ,1 Ml BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Conservative. 761 41st St., Miami Beach. Services are scheduled for Friday evening al 7 IS; Saturday nioiiilnn services) will be held at 9:30. i I.I. culumn is conducted by the •ireater Miami Jewish Federation In cooperation with The Jewish FloridIan 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 %  '(-•immunity Calendar." Notification must reach Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week.) Monday. July 10th Jewish Study Group, ages M t>, is. sponsored by th.Bureau of Jew ish (education In cooperation with the Town "v • |M7 s. W. Mb SI 7:3U p. in to 'i no p. in. Tuesday. July 11th B'nal li'ltith meeting, Beth David, 8 "'i i> in : Shol.-ni I/MIKIB nul li'ltith 8:011 p. ir Miami Bervlce League, Beach "T. p. m. Wednesday. July 12th Workmen's Circle Branch 1 f >•' uti\ <• Con,n,i v %  '•" it. in. Monday. July 17th Jewleh Study ill tup, Bgei sponeored b) the Bureau ish Kducation in cooperation with the Town "T." 1'iVI S \V 5th 81 7:30 p, in to I IHI p, in Beach N-. S92. Mi • ting. li to 18, ,,i Jem Notes Of Y. M. H. A -bySAM SILVER "War Time Marriagaa" to Be Discussed by "Y" Forum Group Mr. Harry Gerstein, Chairman of the "Y" Forum Group, announces that on Wednesday evening, July 12, the Forum will have as its topic for discussion, "War Time Marriages." Prominent military officials will be present to discuss the question and the audience will participate in the general discussion thereafter. During the summer months the Forum Groups meets once a month. The public is cordially invited. Congratulations The "Y" extends its congratulations to Lester Lasky and Mildred Winters upon their marriage at the Beth Sholem Center last Sunday afternoon. Lester is the editor of the "Y" Bulletin. Home Camp The fourth week of the 1944 "Y" Home Camp began with a bang. In the afternoon the children of the Camp presented a Fourth of July Pageant entitled, "The Lamp of Liberty." This pageant portrays what Jewish people have done in the many wars in which America was involved. It was excellently portrayed, thanks to the splendid direction of Hope Ellen Tannenbaum and Esther April. Last Friday Sheriff-Elect Jimmie Sullivan was our luncheon guest. His overwhelming popularity was evidenced by the many "autograph hounds" that surrounded him. When he was called upon by the Campers to do something he asked them what he should do and everyone in unison yelled/ "Whistle." Jimmie was very much elated and impressed and was asked that he be invited back again in the near future. Dave Tyler, Director of the Olympia Theatre Orchestra, was a visitor here one day last week. He was so impressed with the & amp u .Pr* ra m. that he invited the children to be his ei, ns the e O,ymp,a Theatre \Ffi* Y €mm TJSi **o At a meeting of the Board of Directors held on June 28, a res lution was introduced and unan imously adopted that we lS all our efforts and energy t J make the University of Him Drive a success. Members Z the Board feel that as citianj of Miami we should do all h our power to show the country at large that we are cooperating in every way whatsoever with the expansion program that the university is now conducting For Quick Results Bring Your Radio or Phonograph to PM RADIO CO. Room 234 Lorraine Arcad* Ph. 3-2689 E. Flagler at Firit In the Heart of Downtown Mad* From Fresh Oranges DON'T LET MILDEW RUIN YOUR PAINT JOB MOLD-O-CIDE (Non Poisonous) Aids to remove and prevest Blut Meld and Mildew Sold by Leading Paint, Hardwart and Building Supply Dealers ffr/y?//*""'"""".-..„*<'"'" rtlt'l'i When You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-647t Dependable, Conscientious Service SEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Ask for my free 1*44 Informative Map of Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service BOB Lincoln Rd. p n .: 5-SS6S RENTALS LEASES SALES Lota. Homes, Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 MEETING OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS POST-WAR PLAN New York (JTA)—An announcement that it plans to call an international conference of organizations of Christians and Jews after the war was made here this week by the National Conference of Christians and Jews, at the same time that it released a report stating that I racial and religious intolerance in this country is waning. Pointing out that organizations similar to it are in existence in Great Britain, Canada and South Africa, the conference said that an international meeting would aid in the establishment of international solidarity and would encourage and strengthen education for better relations within participating countries. Buy War Bondi and Stamps to nelp preserve Democracy. BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELCIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. 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+Jentrk)ridiiam PAGE FIVE HELL DIVING'S HIS JOB LENDING IS YOURS! vyriTH guns blazing and a prayer in !" his stout heart, this American fighter is hell-bent on destruction of our enemies. HE is not thinking of how little or how much he's doing to help win the war. For him, the chips are down; but his fighting spirit is as high as the heavens from which his plane is diving. In cramped foxholes and disease-infested jungles, on sun-scorched beachheads— under and over the seven seas—other Americans are matching his courage. And their name is legion. They KNOW that war is a bloody business; that their lives, as well as yours, are at stake. Is it asking too much of you to back these men up by buying more, and still more, War Bonds? There can be but one answer. You'll find it in your own heart And remember, too, as you dig deeper than ever before into your pocketbook or cash surplus, that the Fifth War Loan MUST raise 16 billion dollars. It is the irtatest financing drive the world has ever known. ..to back up the greatestJnvasUm drive the world has ever known. 5 !" WAR LOAN SUPPORT THE FIFTH WAR LOAN AND SPUR THE INVASION! GEORGE BERTMAN, REAL ESTATE • Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla. JEANS CANDY SHOPPE 212 CoUina ATMUM. Miami Beach SAMUEL UPTON WARKOVVITZ BROS.. PLUMBERS 329 Watt Flagler Straat LEONARD BARR STANDARD WINE & SPIRITS 47 N. W. 5th Straat MAXWELL FURNITURE CO. 1035 N. Miami Arenue DUNHILL'S MENS' SHOP 115 N. E. lit Straat RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM DR. SAlfEL BEER-13M N. W. 7th Straat MIAMI MILLWORK & LUMBER CO. 535 R. W. ilth 8traat WETNKLES LIQUOR STORES 1701 Alton Road. Miami Baach B'NAI BRITH SPONSORS TWO SUBMARINE CHASERS COSTING $1,000,000 EACH —one by citizen* of Miami Baach and one by citizens of Miami. Help us reach our quota by buying your WAR BONDS THROUGH B'NAI BTUTH AT— DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANE OF MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION B'NAI BTUTH OFFICE 330 SEYBOLD BLDG. Phone 3-6306


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PAGE SIX vJewistfktrMlar) BOOK REVIEWS FRIDAY. JULY 7, 1944 A SACRED SCROLL used in Jewish religious services goes irom Miami to Fort Myers by Flying Fortress. Chaplain Abraham Barash. left, needed a copy to conduct services at his new post, so he flew.here with his assistant, Sgt. Herman Cohen, center, wounded RAF flier now stationed at Fort Myers. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, right, gave them one of the "Sifrei Torah" from Beth Jacob synagogue. A CENTRY OF JEWISH LIFE By Ismar Elbogen. Translated from the German by Moses Hadas; with an Appreciation of the author by Professor Alexander Marx. xlni. .814 pages, colored end maps; b' bl '<>K ra Ji h J, and index. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America. $3.00. If the reading of history is to be considered essential to the understanding of the present and how it came out of the past, then Ismar Elbogcns A Century of Jewish Life must be greeted with enthusiasm. It shows the reader that the present German situation grew out of seeds buried deep in the thought and ambitions of 19th century Germany. It not only desribes the achievements of the Jews in Palestine, but traces the Zionist movement to the cultural rebirth and the political disappointments of the Jews during the century of Liberalism, Nationalism and AntiSemitism. It tells of the rise of Jews to freedom and influence, of the striving of Judaism to maintain itself and to adjust its i ritual and philosophy to changed I conditions of life, of the new and | even further-flung diaspora communities, of heroism and martyrdom, of self-hate and desertion characteristic of minority existence. It is a volume which. despite its simple, straightforward narrative style, bears testimony to the fact that the history of no people is so full of climaxes, so poignant with sorrow, so replete with human idealism as is the story of the Jews. Over its pages hovers the specter of the monstrous crimes being perpetuated against Israel at the present moment; yet the author could end the book with the hopeful cry: "We do not-despair We trust in God. and we go on!' died In the Hellion war any soldier PALM BtZACHNOTES MRS MARY SCHHEUnOL Friday night services at Cong. Beth El were held at 8.15. In the absence of the Rabbi. Jack Kapner officiated, assisted by the President, I. Glasser. served by Mrs. Joe Friedman and daughter. Beth El sisterhood sponsored a card part Wednesday night at Sher Memorial Hall. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Sid Pepper and Mrs. J. Julius. Mr. I. Rottman of 708 S. Rosemary, left for Philadelphia, where he attended the graduation exercises of his son, Leon, at the Murrell Dobbins Vocational School. His son accompanied his father home. The Army and Navy Committee sponsored a dance Saturday night for service men and spars. Mrs. Kalmutz was in charge. Refreshments were A/C Louis Leibovit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leibovit, 1500 Florida Avenue, was graduated last week from the Army Air Forces Flexible Gunnery School, Laredo Army Airfield. Laredo, Texas. He was sent to Laredo upon completion of his pre-flight training and has received the rating of aerial gunner. He will continue his training as navigator or bombardier in another training post. Private Stanley M. Giuner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Offim P. Gruner, 3131 Washington Rd., has reported to the Armored School Communication Department at Fort Knux, Ky.. intent upon mastering the mysteries of operating a radio set from tanks and half-tracks. ALFAR CRt-AMERV <-0. F m fr • IM ha Da4rv Product* WIST PALM BEACH UTfT OMLMi KM CBZJLM Drink COCA COLA Coca Cola Bottling Company of Wett Palm Beach Florida A WORLD IN TRAVAIL. By Harry Kovner. Scopus Publ. Co.. $2.00. This new volume of verse by the author of "Moods and Sentiments" reveals Harry Kovner as a poetic interpreter of ideas, ideals and hopes for a better tomorrow. At this critical juncture of history, it is not meet to sing of the charms of nature and the beauty of spring The pain of "A World in Travail" compels the poet with a conscience to forget about blooming meadows and chirping birds and try, instead, to alleviate with his song and guidance the sufferings of mankind. The volume fittingly opens with a poem entitled "If a Hundred Lives I Had to Give.' in which the author pledges lovalty unto death to our beloved Amor%  ica and the Constitution. It closes with an essay presenting "A Plan .for Lasting Peac %  < %  which, when first published, provoked a great deal of interest and discussion. In between, ; there are poems on themes near to the Jewish heart and on topics and problems of general interest and importance. Mr. Kovner's interests are broad and his sypmathies go out to all the many sufferers of our cataclystic age. He is a keen obsi rver and an imaginative and zealous crusader for justice for the Jews and all other suppressed minorities. "A World in Travail" is rich in thoughtful poems. a species of verse which, regrettably, has gone somewhat out of Style as a result of the modernistic trend in poetry. Those who command a knowledge of the Yiddish language ADOPT RESOLUTIONS HONORING MAX OZER More than thirty organizations and individuals in the Miami area signed a resolution expressing sympathy on the sudden death of Max Ozer, prominent Beachite. who passed away last month after a heart attack. Mr Ozer was co-cnairman ot the Miami Beach War Savings Committee at the time of his death. The resolution stated: \V 11 Kit HAS, the Almighty Father has Men fit In Hli wisdom to call unto himself our dear friend and leader, Mas Oser; and \\ IIKKKAS. Max OSei service of his country Ix.mlh, Just as much as in active combat; and WH0REA8. the life nnn z.-i will .serve as an Inspiration to those who were associated with him In previous war bond drives and in the present Fifth War 1/Oan 1 Mive, and ,, ,,, WHEREAS, members of Hie Miami Lteach War loan <".>iiiinlttcc me deal %  ..i expressing to the family of Hit late Max ozer the irreparable k>aa Which the entire community has suffered b} hie untimely passing. BK IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that all of the members of the Miami Beach Fifth War Loan Committee. consisting ot representatives of Miami lteach organisations assembled this nil day of June. 1944, do hereby convex to the family of the late Max <)/..: their heartfelt sympathy In this hour of bereavement and grief. nb the hope that the family will find solace in the thought that the Itiemor) "f Max o/.ei will live on In the hearts and minds of all who Worked With anil knew him. \M> BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of this Resolution be forwarded to the family of M.ix User and a copy thereof be forwarded to the dail> press in hade L'olinty, Florida, and The Jewish Floi idian. Organisation! and Individuals signing the resolution include: city of Miami Beach, Miami lleaeli Chamber of Commerce, Chairman Miami Beach Division War Finance Committee. American Jewish Congress, Miami Beach Hotel owners Assn.. l>ade Chapter N. c c. il„ l>ade County Women'! Division, Beth Jacob Congregation sisterhood. Miami Beach Mi/.raehi. llabbi M. Mescheloff. Klwani.s Miami Heath. H'nai ll'rlth. American Legion, Claude L. Hemphill, Associate Administrator Florida Wai Finance Committee, United siate-. Treasury, Men cummins. [ %  •ranees I, Rosen. Y.M. A W.H.A. of Miami Beaoh, Miami Beach Tost Veterans of Foreign Wars, lladassah, Miami Beach Police t Firemen Benevolent Association, l,incoln Road Association. Miami Beach Service League. Miami Beach Board of Realtors, Miami Beach Hiysiclans Committee. Miami Beach Zionist District. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Miami Beach Women's Club, B. P. O. Elks. Miami Beach. LEGAL NOTICES" Notice Is hereby KlveiTTTT— %  derslgned. desiring t?, ens?.' 1 Ib ness under the ,'.,*!'*"** In b un. I '"in. St-I^RIOR DEUtlvr'rWgW"** Circuit Court .„ ,,,,,. %$£%& 6/30 7/7-14.21-2s m V Ni; IN "KHAS| Notice Is herebv K t..,. t ,7" — undersigned, desiring to•l2? 'M business under the 11,-tlti,.,' •** In FRIENDLY S "NDRIB?' < said 2420 8. W. 27th Av. uV."'?"'*' tl Ida. Intend to resist^,' *fc* FteM nan* ,„ -r cult AI.I.KI,TWKS,. MILTON A. Ma&JSSF*** •/& t ffift.fir tt Avpxu nu the office of the r U .,i ;.f7 h "? Court of Dade %  •. n^V' Notice In undersigned, business undei BUSS MA COM PA Miami to register said name the Clerk of Dade County. Florldi herebv then n under the fletitu,,,. AN\s and siU\uvJ w I m 0 %  NY, No,' I.M-. a, S 2 V M ,? Aye.. Miami rinrida ta'ui K!::;„;.; :, U <-'•* MILTON A. FRIEDMAN "" 6/& 7/7^2 l : 2S A, | • ll %  • 1 de^!;;V^!^;!^e::;: K r^BaWT^fiaWMlS^-^ INC.. at 32711 B. W. Ml, St" M,,„fI Florida. Intend to register U namJ in the office of the clerk of tht| circuit Court of i>a,i. County, FI„N B. H PALMER 6/9-16-23-30 7/7 K '" %  "" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to moid In business under the fictitious IUIMI of HOTEL DETROIT Intent! Z\ register the said name with the! Clerk of the Circuit Court of Iijdl County, Florida. MAURICE LEFCOE BAMUEL COHEN MYKRS HKI.MAN Attorneys for Petitioner! 6/23-30 7/7-11-21 SOUTHERN DAIRIES Falm nationally T HI % %  **• AJ NEAR TO TOU A8 YOUR will derive fresh Jewish hope and inspiration from "Undzer Leben," a volume of Yiddish poems by Harry Kovner which was published simultaneously with his "A Word in Travail." W fast Htut far RSra! rss tJ MaseeaS^a4a?B SaM I Xttw TW DrHlkt — CBt sas — c—n According to the) best, authorities, the mini-. mum daily A, D and H Complex Vitamin requirements of the a ver i age person are: A 4.0M VSF Units, D \V "~>^ 4(4 USP Units. Bl JJi _^T\ USP Unit*. B2 2.aM ^^< Mlcrograma, and approximately 10,00e Mlrrogrami Nlco-j tinamide. The required amounts fod other B Complex Vitamins have not yet been established. Many people do not get enough ot these essential Vitamins. DO YOU? Why not play safe by taking ONF A DAY BRAND UnC-A-l/AI VITAMIN TABLETS} Each ONE-A-DAY Vitamin A and D Tablet contains 2S% more of the cod liver oil vitamins than the mini-i mum daily recommended quantity.' Each ONE-A-DAY Vitamin H Complex Tablet conUins full minimum daily requirements of Vitamins' Bl and B2 and 10,000 Micrograms ofj Nicotinamide together with a substantial amount of other B Vitamins. When you buy Vitamins, comperepotencies and prices. Note how ONEA-DAY Tablets conform to thai average human requirements. Se* how reasonable the cost. c •Get them st your drug store. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORl TAX DEED Chapter 174.',7—ActM of 1J3; File A 8091 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thill Milton H. Iavit. Sr.. holder of Bli-I cayne Drainage Dtstrlcl Tax Certif-I icate No. 34 Issued the 1st day June, A. V. 1942, has filed name ml my office, and has made application! for a tax deed to be issued therwcl Said Certificate emhraees the f..|ln*-| ing described property in the I'uunl; of Dade. State of Florida, to-wlt: NEJ of .MAI, Il/W leM Pill Book 40. Page sn. .Section ::. Township r,2 South, Rangt 41 Ka.t, OOntalnlng 2 Acres morr or less, in the County of DdV. .State of Florida. The assessment of said propr.yl under the aaid certificate was In th| name of: H. l>. Fountain. Unleiw said certificate shall t* nA deemed accordInit to •, the property described therein will b! oid t the highest bidder at th Oourq House door on the first Monday the month of August, 1SI4. which the 7th day of August. IM Dated this slsl day of June. .4 B, B I.KATIIi:i'.MAN. Clerk of circuit Court, iHiJe County, Kio. iiia. (Circuit Court S.ali By N C. STERRBTT. I' '23-30 7/7-14 IN THE COUNTY .HTKIK'S .'" '.' R / i IN AND P'lt HAl'1. HUNT FLORIDA. IN PROBATB. In He: ESTATE'OF LAWBTOC JtAY IMHI'M. Dei-eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I" Having Clalmi oi D< mgndi • Said Estate: ,. You. and cm h of you. '""J' notified and required "• ''^""J lalmi and demand* h(c Jja • either of you, maj have agaia. %  •state of I.AWr.KN-'l KAl •' 'W H deceased, late of Dade Count^WJ Ma. t" Hi" """ 5 <• ,„• m County Judge ol Dade < ount ?] file the same In hta Wfca J3 County Florida, months publlcat Ion lemands t << %  1 Courthousf in ,2-3 Within elgh t raleW" MI tindele f "" %  thi legal I i„. worn contain ,,f the rlalmanl and ". be I :i „ ( | ..resented as af..i.--a. \.J. 1 will be barred s. %  • %  .-•"•• 1^41. the IM1 Probate A. i. I late June 2l. A >'_ RUTH CORtM nft^^oHamiawfat-* 6/SO 7'7-M-21 FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME,Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHED 1893 BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS' Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. BT. Miles Ms rrln. fp,^, a* dlnetod. ^. 2 MUIS NERVINE CM row