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The Jewish Floridian ( August 25, 1944 )

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ihJewisltUEIIiDipidliiaun i ^-THE JEWISH UNITY am< THE JEWIS H WE MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 25, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS v york (JTA)-Decterlng h -nhe Jewish pe<>pl<' 'f the Soviet Union have shown WCKexamples of creative work ST their country and the cn£ world." Eugene D. Kiaelev. Q iet Consul General in New Y„rk. informed the Ambijan Suttee thai a considerable proportion -f the tens o thousands of refugee war orphans in I Russia are Jewish. The Consul praised the deciuon of the Ambijan Committee i„ cooperate m the settling, care and rehabilitation of 3.500 Jewish war orphans in the Jewish autonomous region of Biro-Bid,an "Your present plan to parIticipate in the restoration of health and happinesa of 3.500 Jewish orphans, refugees whose parents were murdered by the Germans, cannot but arouse the feeling of sincere admiration among the people of my country." the Consul wrote in AUSTRALIANS SUPPORT ZIONIST DEMAND FOR AN ALL IEWISH STATE Melbourne, Australia (JTA)— The All-Australian Jewish Conference, representing all Jewish communities of Australia, adopted a resolution" supporting the Jewish Agency in its efforts for the establishment of Pahs tine after the war as a Jewish Commonwealth. The resolution urges that tInJewish Agency be given control of Jewish immigration to Pales| tine. It also expresses friendship towards the Arab population in I Palestine. The immediate need : of intensifying the rescue of Jews from Nazi Europe is also urged. HUM Til VISIT nmy FOB STUDY OF REFUGEE AIR 1 FOR EXIT VISAS TO SPELL JEWS HUT JEN Washington (WNS) — The whole program envisaged in last week's joint announcement of out that the SovAnglo-American acceptance o irt Government put an end to Regent Ho.thys offer to permit all forms ol discrimination bethe emigration Oi certain catecause of race or nationality." I gones o f Jews m Hungary .-dins doomed in view of the reD nntt irilT iri I ported refusal of the German inuiutm 1 1 u iig—ss s zs&is passage, in the opinion of wellE C IUP II 1 1 II P APV I "The 1 Anglo-American rescue U 1 lhHl project was predicated on the -l!IU IUI assumption that arrangements could be made, through the International Committee of the Red Cross, for the refugees to travel safely to neutral countries through Nazi military zones. But information reaching Washington from authoritative sources New York (JTA)—Permission has been grant) d for a representative of the Hias-Ica Emigration Association to proceed to the libi rated part of Italy with a view to studying the possibilities for resuming refugee aid work in the liberated area, it was announced here by Abrai ham Herman, president of the I lias. Mr. Herman stated that he was informed by Circle 11 Hull. Secretary of State, that ar-1 rangementfl have been made for i Raphael Spanien. representative of Hias-Ica to visit Italy. More than 67,000 American relatives and friends of refugees abroad have sought the cooperation of Hias during the last six months in the matter of rescuing their kin and possibly facilitating their immigration to Western Hemisphere havens of refuge, a Hias report states. More than 30,000 Americans have availed themselves of the services of the Society's Refugee Relatives Registration Program which has as its purpose the re-establishment of contact with their kin in countries already liberated or those to be liberated soon. ANTI-JEWISH LAWS ARE DENOUNCED BY NEW PREMIER OF BULGAR Zurich (JTA) — Premier Ivan Bagrianov of Bulgaria, speaking before the Bulgarian parliament, openly condemned the antiJewish persecutions instituted by Bogdan Filov, the former premier. The address of Premier Bagrianov was preceded by a government order relaxing the antiJewish laws and abolishing the : ghettos introduced for Jews who had been deported from Sofia j and other Bulgarian cities to isi olated villages. The deported | Jews can now return to their homes and resume residence wherever they wish. Cairo (JTA)—The Yugoslavian Central National Committee reion irom "'""t?"*"„„7\V.\~ ported that Koloman Kamarash. indicates that the Germans have a prominent Jewish industrialist of Yugoslavia, reached the headquarteis of Gen. Michailovich's Army after having escaped from Hungary where his wife | committed suicide when exposed to indignities. The escaped Jewish industrialist had sought shelter in Budapest from the Nazi persecution of Jews in occupied Yugoslavia. Only a few weeks ago he was an eye-witness of the brutal German robbing and extermination of the Jews in Hungary. He said that, in addition to the Germans, there were two Hungarian high officials especially culpable in the mass-deportation >nd extermination of hundreds f thousands of Hungarian Jews, udislav Vitez Endre. undersecretary of the Ministry of the "tenor, and Lt. Colonel Stefan a M of the gendarmerie. COLLECTIVE FINE PUT ON SUBURB FOR TRY ON LIFE OF OFFICIAL Jerusalem (JTA) — The Pales„. ni authorities imposed a fine 01 S200U on Givat Shaul. the Jerusalem suburb near which ne recent attempt was made on rl ,,f the retiring High ywnMioner Sir Harold Mac**>el Th. High Commission%  w as on Ins way from JeruM !" U) Jaiffa at the time. „„ ni M f'Wish terrorist or the int.. ii ;• %  '•"" iiiionsi or nit Halted Stern Group" which is 1 "I extremist youths n Posted an over %  II announcement •il,„ '" buildings in Jeru11 bating that it was their or..... •" U,, "K mat SSTtttSk" which out shown no disposition to negotiate along such lines. The Germans, according to these reports. do not intend "to let the Jews get out of Hungary. Much apprehension was felt here in Jewish circles over the failure of the joint Anglo-Amt-rIcari statement to clarify the question of the issuance of immigration certificates admitting Hungarian Jews" to Palestine. Holders of such certificates are reported to constitute one of three categories of Jews Whom Horthy offered to releaseThe other two categories are Jewish children under the age of ten and Jewish adults holding still valid visas for other countries of reception. BODYT6"AID~VICTIMS OF MUSSOLINI'S RACE POLICY SETUP IN ROME Rome (JTA)—The e.stalvlishment of a National Committee to Aid Victims ol Fascist Racial and Religious oppression w ; i> announced here. Prof. Mario Conigliani is chairman of this committee. The new organization WUP ther data on racial persect m and will collect signajure from Italians opposed to the Fasc.s racial policy. It will ask he Italian government to support a campaign for nu,ala.u ma e.a aid for the victims of racia per secut.ons under Mus,„lnu s regime. ROOSEVELT NAMES CARUSI AS HEAD OF IMMIGRATION Wash.ngton" 1( port ,. d here v "tof In f "" WinK tne recent ^ U S !„M ( 'five "attorney ge"r r JLfnternational Red Cross assistant to nvt •wsentatives to Budapest. %  erals. Washington (JTA) — British and American officials admitted here this week that the joint statement issued last week by the governments of the United States and the United Kingdom, announcing acceptance of Hungarv's offer to permit the emigration of Jews from Hunrary to Palestine and other lands was deficient in not clarifying the issue as to whether Jews from Hungary would be admitted in Palestine. Fear was expressed here during the week-end that the offer made by the Hungarian Government to permit the emigration of Jews from Hungary may not materialize now that it has become known that the German Government is refusing transit visas for Hungarian Jews to Sweden and Switzerland and promises no safe conduct of such Jews to any destination. The War Refugee Board was in the meantime informed by the American Palestine Foundation that a sum of $6511000 has been forwarded by the Foundation to its headquarters in Jerusalem to be used for the rescue and rehabilitation of Hungarian Jews in line with the policy addressed last week by the governments of the United States and of Britain. The United Jewish Appeal announced financial aid of American Jews will be given for the construction of 2.500 small hous,; i lIllts m Palestine to house refugees from Hungary and the Balkan countries who are exp e 'n-d to emigrate to Pa tottlne. DISCRIMINATION CASES ARE ADJUSTED BY COMMITTEE Washington (JTA) Satis f-.ctorv adjustment of 702 cases ,! I K the six-month period from January 1 to June 30. IC.44 was announced by tne hall year. London (WNS)—More than 2,! 500,000 Jews have been exterminated by the Nazis In* Germanheld Poland, it was disclosed this week by Dr. Josef Retinger, a Polish labor leader who has recently returned here from a clandestine visit to the underground movement in Poland. Dr. Retinger said that his estimate of the number of Jews who perished at the hands of the Nazis was based on information he received from Polish leaders and from prominent Jews who cvadi ed death by hiding in the homes of friendly Poles. He revealed that the Zionist Party and the Jewish Labor Bund are still functioning and that eighteen Zionist and three Bund batallions had i participated in the anti-Nazi reIvolt in the Warsaw ghetto. He said I that among the 200,000 Jews believed to be still alive in Poland there arc numbers of Dutch and Belgium Jews in Warsaw engaged in slave labor. Dr. Retinger said that he was not inclined to lend much credence to the recent report that Leon Blum, former French Premier, had died in a Jewish extermination camp in Poland. He said the Polish underground movement, which is usually well informed on such matters, found no evidence of Blum's presence or execution in Poland. HUNGER FORCES ATHENS JEWS 10 GIVE UP 10 NAZIS Cairo (JTA)—Jews in Athen I who managed to escape deportations to "death camps" in Poland and had been hidden for many months by non-Jewish friends in the Greek capital under the very nose of the Gestapo, are now beginning to give themselves up to the German authorise s because of despair afld starvation, it was reported here by the Greek Information Service. The report estimated that about 10.000 Jews succeeded in eluding the Gestapo. Many of them took to the mountains as guerrillas, but others were hidden in Christian homes in the Greek capital, or live under false identity documents issued to them by the Greek police. As the food rationing becomes more and more meager, the hidden Jews prefer to surrender to the Gestapo rather than draw on the meager rations of their hosts. A pound oi bread on the black, market in Athens costs now 200.000 drachmas, the report states. FORD LAUDED FOR HIS ANTI-SEMITIC STAND AND AGAINST HATRED New York (JTA)—Henry Ford was congratulated by the Friends of Democracy for his recent statement to the effect that "there can be no lasting peace where hatreds exists and that "we must root out the philosophies that create these hatreds." At the same time he was called upon by the same organization to take positive action — court action if necessary—to make it impossible to anti-Semitic propagandists to use his name "to create these hatreds you have denounced." JEWS ORGANIZE TO SAVE THEIR IIITtlESTS Moscow (JTA)—The organization of a central committee of Polish Jews in the U.S.S.R. under the auspices of the Union of Polish Patriots which is recognized by the Soviet Government was announced here. The committee, which will represent the interest of Polish Jews who have been living in Russia since the outbreak of the war in 1939, is composed of the following: Dr. Emil Sommerstein, former member of the Polish parliament who is now one of the leaders of the Polish Committee for National Liberation: Ida Kaminska, noted Jewish actress; Rabbi Steinberg: Moshe Broderson, Jewish poet; Efraiifi Kaganowski, Jewish novelist; Major Leib Finkelstein; Leo Finkelstein; Ber Mark; Dr. ShulIri.-nd; Dr. S. Sfard; Rabbi Stshetatsh; Rachel Kron. Simon Zakha Ziash; Joseph Rubinstein and Moishe Melman. JEWISH COMMITTEE IN REPORT OF GERMAN'S MASSACRE IN KAUNAS Moscow (JTA—Kaunas, the liberated capital of Lithuania, where only about 1.000 Jews have survived under the German occupation, has been used by the Nazis asan extermination center for Jews for western Europe, it was reported here by the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in a comprehensive survey of more than three years of Jewish life under the Nazi regime in Lithuania. There were forty thousand Jews in Kaunas when the Germans invaded Lithuania. EXECUTIVE SESSIONS FIFTH DISTRICT B'NAI B'RITH SEPTEMBER 3-4 Substituting for the regularly held convention on Labor Day weekend, will be a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Florida State Federation of | B'nai B'rith lodges. The gathering will take place in Jacksonville on Sunday evening, September 3rd, and Monday, September 4th, according to Nat Shorstein, vice president. This is in line with the policy of the Office of Defense Transportation, to avoid taxing of transportation facilities. Chairmen of the four standing committees and presidents of the Florida B'nai B'rith lodges will participate in the sessions. Hyman Rubin, president of the fifth district, and Julius Fisher are expected to be present. Washington (JTA)—Ae-orientation of the status of Palestine may be cjxpected as a consequence of the security conference which opened this week at Dumbarton Oaks. •' i I' 1



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i. PAGE TWO +Jmist Her Mian J^E^ILAUGUST^" BIRTHS Mrs. MoiTis Plant, 923 S. W. 10th Avc\, has announced the birth of a grandson. Michael Philip, born to her children. Mr. ;md Mrs. Sidney Plant on August 19th. Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Singer, 260 Jefferson Ave., announce the birth of a son Aug. 22 at St. Francis hospital. BRISM ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Eskin, Stamford, Conn., are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Miss Marcia Cynthia Eskin, to Arthur J. Kal/. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Kal/. Fairlawn Farms. Port Cluster. N. Y., and Miami Beach. Searchlight Over Europe BAR MITZVAH The Brisk!) Of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaslick, ph. mate and Ivirs. Seymour Fox. warrant officer and Mrs. Herbert Joseph, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry n, took place this week. Rabbi S. M. Machtci officiated. The Bar Mit/vah of Stanley Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mesh, will take place at services Saturday morning, August 26th at the Schaarei Zedek building of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will address the gathering. A reception will follow the services Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Weiss Mrs. Celia L. Berliner is rei : Baltimore, arrived Sunday to turning to hei home at 541 S. W. visil Mr. Weiss' mother. Mrs.} 24th Road after an extended visit ph Weiss, 2440 Flamingo Drive, Miami Beach, for about Mr. and Mrs. Max Weitz wen hosts at dinner Tuesday night in V< rsailles hotel to Lt. Sidn< y Stolman, USA. and Mrs. Stolman, who have just arrived from San Antonio. Texas. in the North. Sol Lutsky is in New York on a business trip. Lloyd Ruskin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin. 140 North Hibiscus Drive, Hibiscus Island. Miami Beach, is leaving August 29th to return to Georgia Military Academy, where he will enroll for his second year as a i adet. John Lutsky. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lutsky is convalescing from an appendectomy. Mr. and and Mrs. Des B. Hays left by plainfor Chicago Thursday to meet their son, Lt. Robert Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz and family are vacationing at the Drake Hotel on Lake Michigan, in Chicago. Sam Mizrahi, Miami Beach lent, was tendered a huewell party last week by a group "I friends on the occasion of his • :ig to make his permanent home in San Francisco. Irving H. Miller, 520 S. W. 22nd Road, is in Boston on a combined business and pleasure trip. LOCATION OF OVERSEAS REFUGEES TO BE SPEEDED BY NEW SERVICE Dr. Leo Kupper, of Di Lido Island. Miami Beach, has returned to this city following a Northern vacation. LINCOLN Lincoln Rd.. MIAMI Open Daily 1:45 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach Open Daily 11:15 A. M. Downtown Miami CAPITOL %i&f$L Downtown. N. Miami at 3rd NOW SHOWING! THROUGH MONDAY, AUGUST 28 ... "WING & A PRAYER" the thrilling story of "CARRIER X" DON AMECHE DANA ANDREWS WILLIAM EYTHE Charles Bickford Sir Cedric Hardwicke ... a phantom flat-top on an exciting mission! • • • STARTS TUESDAY "LADY. LET'S DANCE" Louis Van Gilder Is .-pending two weeks with his family here as the guest of Mr. S.ulve ( %  Hose Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle are leaving Thursday to spend seveial weeks in the North. MiSS Edith Pollock. 1560 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach, has returned from a two-week vacation. Joseph M Lipton returned to, the city this week following a ber agencies only. Heartened by continued American and Allied liberation of Kurope, people In the United States are hopefully pressing inquiries to ascertain the whereabouts of surviving relatives and friends uprooted by ruthless German persecution overseas. To cope with the mounting volume of Inquiries and speed the location of dispersed people overseas, the National Refugee Service, in cooperation with six other national agencies, has established a centralized clearance service to be known as the Central Location Index, Inc., it was announced by Charles A. Riegelman, President of the NHS today. The newly created Index, he stressed, would service not individual applicants but memvisit with his wife and family in tin Pocono Mountains. They will return lure about September 10th. for REST CONVALESCENCE od CHRONIC CASES *f?Sun-RqyPark /Health Resort UNO fOP. SOOKIIT C~ Following ;, business trip in Philadelphia and New York. Harry Rayvis and son, A. David Rayvis are vacationing in the Cal kill Mountains, where they have been Joined by Mrs. A. David Rayvis and daughtei Carol. They plan to return to this city in about two weeks, Lt. Irving A. Getzug is spending .. ten day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Getzug, 1580 S. W. litth Avenue. Lt. Getzug was formerly stationed at Fort Benning, Ga Rabbi Louis Swiskow and family of Milwaukee are visiting the rabbi's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swiskow of this city. Rabbi and Mrs. M. P. Goldberg. 542 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, are returning to the city following a Northern vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker of 615 West 47th St.. arc spending SI VI ral clays in New York. TALMUD TORAH CLASSES RESUMED AT M. J. O. C. Talmud Torah classes ol the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation have resumed and n.eei daily at the Schaarei Zedek Building starting at nine a. m. Rabbi Simon April is in charge. Keep on buying War Bonds. "By utilizing the facilities of the International Red Cross and other public bodies overseas," Mr. Riegel man stated, "the Joint efforts and resources of the outstanding refugee aid agencies In the country Will produce the most effective location service possible." A special location unit of the National Refugee Service has been set up to render maximum assistance to individual applicants for location service in New York City and to local agencies and organizations throughout the country. With a Central File that is probably the largest depository of information In the country about retugees and their friends and relatives here, the National Refugee Service will make Its extensive experience in this field widely available. In New York, the NRS has arranged for applicants to mail or bring in personally requests for lo cation to its offices at 139 Centre Street. Outside of New York City the agency has made available applications to its cooperating local agencies and organizations which in turn will make them available to interested individuals in their localities. Upon receipt of an application NRS will file with the Central Location Index a registration card on each individual sought. Lists of displaced persons will be registered in the file and will serve as an additional source of location. These resources will be the basis for checking the inquiries now being made by people in the United States. When a location is effected in those cases which the National Refugee Service has registered with the Central Location Index, (he International Red Cross and other resources will inform the Index which In turn will advise NRS. The National Refugee Service will (hen notify the individuals in New York City who originally filed the application. Outside New York City the NRS will notify its cooperating organizations and agencies which transmitted applications for location from their communities. Associated with the National Refugee Service in this location undertaking are the following organizations: The American Committee for Christian Refugees, Inc.; American Friends Service Committee; the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Inc.; Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society; International Migration Service; and the National Council of Jewish Women. 0*0tjt0*0&t£t0t0t0tj^ Jewish Calendar All Holidays and Fal Days begin •'" sunael ..f the daj p ling the 1 • %  given bi low 19 4 4 ROSH HASMONAH Monday, September 18 Tuesday, September 19 FAST OF GEDALIAH Wednesday. September 20 YOM KIPPUR Wednesday. September 27 SUCCOTH (First Two Days) Monday, October 2 Tuesday. October 3 SHEMINI AZERETH Monday, October 9 SIMCHATH TORAH Tuesday, October 10 ^^^^^^ ^ • % %  ^ .----^ MIAMI WTLACLER at 10"COUT-FLORIDA Mount Sinai Memorial Park "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY A Affiliated Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami 3 Jewish Orthodox. Schaaiei Zedek and Sisterhood 3 Chesed Shel Ernes SID PALMERS FUNERAL HOME "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 "A FRIEND IN NEED2 00U W FLAGLER BALLANTINE'S ALE r Amtrica'% Fmtst Since 7849 I 'IWTRIBITTED 11V NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. LEADERS lEUD 2, PERIL | London (JTAi— TV T inner, the 57-year aft* 6 ^ | n! .H nr ...u. > far-old Pnii,L leader who £S from a daring i SSI* *W tSdfi Jy* he Germans ta EffijW and. They estimated thatt& tab friends, L members of Jish Socialist P .-ho hpH P oh-ft their hiding y tStarla than two years Thl 7 mort Party and S?" JeJll % Bun5 are still functioning ffl land among the .ll.-Ral Z£ he said. He revealed th-it HT* *W tint d Bf 'hat during saw ghetto. eighteenZioVS three Bund battalion, nil? pated in the )attalions panic,. fiRhtinu. Roger and Gallet's delightfully fragrant DRY PERFUME 55C each or 2 for If While you patriotically relinquish liquid perfumes because alcohol has gone to war—enjoy this new way to cbarm and daintiness! Fleurs d'Amour. Blue Carnation, La Jade. Sandalwood and Violette. Plus Tax .MIAMI STORE, TOILETRIES, STREET FLOOR Your Complex Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brothers New AP parcl and Accessory Store • 70 E. Flagler St., Mian" MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street phone ? N Week Day Dinnere 5 to 10 P. M S undays From r* Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. 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AUGUST 25, 1944 +Jewisti n,ni I, tr PAGE THREE Wn nd ,, plans for Beth '. ; ., : w P ere announced hfllllll l' ''" :..„.. .,,.11 h.. Sholom to "f?!? bv'Rabbi'Leon KronI conducted by Hayman %  "l"" 1 V". i ^icea will be this W* !%KKi I.enn KronS? dU a!.d Cantor Louis Hayman %  *! i5 by a choir. Services will fSfcS modern conservat.ve '". Cha '.',l'nl I lienare no plans Al P u ale of HighjHoliSL'tiS Beth Sholom denter K adopted rules and regula "whereby its members in ,10 ^ nSding received their BgtsSoutany further paylnin addition they receive gfyjloui school services for the children. A further innovation is also mnounced. in that the pews for hTlWn Holiday services will lot be numbered or reserved. St.nji ol the members during ,, V1 ,,, will be by order al ,,, attendance, under the supervision ol an usher comm pians are being completed for cia] j un ior High Holiday i( e*JUNIOR B. B. GIRLS HOLD FIRST OPEN MEETING The Junior B'nai B'rith Girls Chapter ofMiami B< ach announce then IIIM open house meeting ol the year on Auuu.st 31. at the Waldorf Town is, 9th St., and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. All girls between the ages of 15 and 18 are cordially invited to attend. It will tart promptly at 7:30 p. m. The officers have recently been elected. Plans for the evening have hem made by Miss Serita Goldstein, who is Social Chairman. She will be assisted by Miss Theresa Fishman. IE SERVE-A-HOSPITAL BODY OF GREATER MIAMI HELD MEET A combined sewing and business session was held at tintown YM & WHA, 1567 S. W. 5th St.. Thursday. August 24th. by the Serve-a-Hospital committee of Greater Miami. Due to the line work of the committee, a large shipment of articles for presentation to the returnee patients of Finney General Hospital, Thomasvllle, Ga., will leave the office ol the Miami Jewish Welfare Board representative, Nat Rothberg, by September 8th. Maunee Grossman, executive director of the "Y" was host to the ladies and served refresh! ments. A. P. Cannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education this Week announced that with the immer months drawing to a close. Hebrew Schools of Greater Miami once more are ready to resume classes. "During the summer months children who attended the Hebrew Schools of the Beth David and Miami Beach Jewish Center Congregations made excellent progress," he stated. "The children, free Of regular school work. were able to devote more time to the Jewish .studies. Every child attended an hour and a quarter or more daily. The summer curriculum prepared jointly by the Rabbinical-Teacher Council and the Bureau of Jewish Education was very successful. An interesting feature of the curriculum was 'Great Jewish Personalities from Yochanan ben Zakkai to Chaim Weitzman' prepared by the rabbis and teachers of the above schools with the assistance of the Bureau. The teachers report a lively interest and success in this ma, terial." Registration for the fall season has begun at the Beth David Congregation Hebrew School and the Miami Beach Jewish Center. ; The children, in addition to their 11 gular Hebrew studies, will be given a thorough understanding ol the High Holy Days during this month. The schools are open mornings, 9 to 12 a. m. Several months ago the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami went on record as endorsing the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami and its activities. The Buxeau is planning to conduct Jewish Education Month throughout Greater Miami September 10th to October 10th it was announced. KOSHER KITCHEN HAS BEEN ARRANGED FOR REFUGEES New York—A kosher kitchen for the orthodox Jewish refugees who arrived last week at the Emergency Refugee Shelter at Fort Ontario. Oswego. New York, was arranged for by the joint efforts of the Agudath Israel and the Agudath Israel Youth Council of America, it was announced here last week Mrs. Jules Pearlman and daughter Joyce are vacationing in Canada. Miss Pearlman will enter her junior year at the University of Michigan in the fall. HEADLINE NEWS! WE'VE MADE A HOST OF FRIENDS and are showing our appreciation with a 25% reduction—and this at a time when FINE merchandise is HARD TO GET and EASY TO SELL' at REGULAR PRICES. The sale of beach merchandise is store-wide (shoes excepted) and includes Suits, Sports Coats. Slacks. Dress Shirts. Sports Shirts long and short sleeved. Hosiery, lisle and wool; Neckwear. Handkerchiefs. lewelry accessories. Pajamas. Underwear, and what's more, all this apparel is iajfefenright to the minute. ON SALE ONLY* AT MIAMI STORj Bunhill s Clearance SALE OF NEN FINE QUALITY MEN'S WEAR ENTIRE STOCK HQM OU HACH STOKI With Exception of Shoes 25% OFF •ACL 1 TAGS PLAINLY MARKED-DEDUCT 25% EXTRA SALESPEOPLE! EXTRA TAILORS! NO CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS DUNHILLS U5N.E. FIRST ST. STORE HOURS 9 A. M. TO 9 P. NL is SPIRITUAL !" OF BETH Sill The appointment of Rahbi Leon Kronish as the new rabbi and spiritual leader of Beth Shijlom Center, 761 41st St., Miami Beach, is announced by Judge Morris Berick. president. Rabbi Kronish is a graduate of Brooklyn College, New York. He received his rabbinical education at the Jewish Institute of Religion, New York City. where he was ordained anil awarded the degree of M.H.L. From 1938 until 1940 Rabbi Kronish was teacher and director of junior and intermediate activities of Central Jewish Institute, 125 E. 85th St.. New York City. From 1940 until 1941 he was educational director at the Beth Israel Center in St. Al.. Long Island, N. Y. Since 1941 he has been rabbi and spiritual leader at the Huntinuton Jewish Center. Huntingdon Station, I-ong Island. N. Y. At the Huntmglon Jewish Center, Rabbi Kronish took a prominent part in organizing and supervising a well-planned religious school and elaboralyouth and adult program. He was very active in communal activities, a member ol the Local ministers association, and of the Rotary Club. Rabbi Kronish is married, and the father of a two-year-old son. He and his family are expected in Miami Beach August 31st. He will conduct his first services at Beth Sholem on September 2. PMS CLUB HAS n mum AS limn GUESI Lt. Chester H. Friedman, officer in charge of the post exchange at the Homestead Army Air Base, addressed the members of the Probus Club at thenweekly luncheon meeting at the Urmey Hotel, Tuesday, August 22nd. Pointing out that the post exchanges do an annual business running into the hundreds of millions. Lt. Friedman said that it was the aim of a successful exchange to sell its merchandise as low as possible. Many items are sold below cost, and this loss is made up on other items. Any profits which may accrue to an exchange are turned back to the soldiers for their use for entertainment, etc. Following Lt. Friedman's talk, plans were discussed for an outing to be held at the Clubs newly acquired fishing lodge over the Labor Day weekend) President Ed Lovitz declared that Ihe lodge has been repaired and renovated and is now ready for the enjoyment of the members. A. I. C. WOMEN TO COLLECT SALVAGE AUG. 28-SEPT. 3 Responding to the urgent plea of the Defense Salvage Council for paper and tin cans, the War Activities Committee of the Women's Division of American Jewish Congress have set aside the week of August 28th through September 3rd for the collection of these materials. All discarded newspapers, magazines, and tin cans may be deposited on the premises of 1612 Washington Ave., just south of Lincoln Rd. The need for salvage is vita), and greater than ever. Residents and merchants are asked to save all papers, and be sure to bring them to the address mentioned. Further information may be obtained from Mrs. Salmon, 5-4418. United States War Bonds arc still the best investment. IT PAYS TO BUY AT •it | LUGGAGE SHOP 18 E / 'AV£. % % % % %  %  PHONE 32603 i •



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PAGE FOUR *Jewisti Fhricttar) FRIDAY, AUGUST The Jewish Floridi ian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2 973 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 CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT By MURIEL LEVIN Copyright. 1944. Jewish Telafraphle Agency, Ino. Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 1944 ELUL 6. 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 34 THE POST-WAR WORLD Last week the American Jewish Committee, in a letter to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, urged the inclusion in the Allied peace terms of the principle that "Jewish citizens of every land, fulfilling their obligations to their respective coung-J^g ^V^obiHf In the past, Senator Robert R. Reynolds has at periodic intervale expressed himself vociferously in regard to the vicious nature of aliens and the advisability of suspending all immigration to the United States. Of late the self-styled leader of an "American Nationalist Committee" has taken up the cudgels with determination; he has initiated a one-man campaign to 'keep America for Americans." With only a few months left in office—for his constituents chose he should not run—Reynolds ;ioparently intends to make the least of it. Thus far. he has had very little success. The thorny problem of converting industry to a peacetime basis was briellv made more TIDBITS FROM. EVERYWH -By PHINEAS I. BIRONTHINGS TO WATCH The American Nationalist Party is boastina f man on whom it depends to build up a powerful "^^ ugee. anti-Semitic and anti-CIO political campa "^ ^^ headquarters of this campaign are in Gerald V o ^ —: ~u:— TI • %  Smith's Dj. The mystery man is Joseph B. Kamp -— Kamp received a 4^J* tries, shall be guaranteed the correlative right of Complete Reynolds,' A Serial, discussion equality." The committee also offered its services to aid in V. the ,0 lil lvt !'"T" S of Murrayi Kiigore bill, which provided for unemployment compensa t i o n with the Federal government setting the standards, and the George bill, which leaves the matter up to the individual state. Was in process when Reynolds rose on the Senate floor to make his contribution. "We arc called upon," he saidi "lo make expenditures of billions of dollars to lake care of the unemployed in this country. I am very happy to be provided the formulation of peace terms "which will secure a world in which Jews, like all others," will be free to abide in peace and honor. Also, last week, the American Jewish conference submitted to the State Department a four-point "International Bill of Rights" with the request that it be placed for consideration before the forthcoming Four-Power conference on post-war and international security. The four-point "Bill of Rights" calls for (1) full and complete protection of life, liberty, freedom of worship and civil rights for the inhabitants of all countries withtne opportunity of voting money out distinction of birth, nationality, language, race or religion. (2) equality of rights in law and in fact for all citizens of every country, (3) the inalienable right of all religious, ethnic and cultural groups to maintain and foster their respective group identities on the basis of equality and (4) the establishment of appropriate and adequate national and international machinery to secure the enforcement of these rights. In an accompanying memorandum to the "Bill of Rights," the American Jewish Conference projected the argument that since the old system of minority treaties and conventions had not prevented certain countries from discriminating against their Jewish populations and from depriving them of their basic equal rights—o situation it ascribed to the fact that the "international instrumentality of enforcing those guarantees was defective and in some instances inoperative" it was essential that the proposed "Bill of Rights" be guaranteed by the nations of the world and that it be embodied in a universal covenant among the nations, or in a series of international covenants among certain groups of nations. Thus two of the leading Jewish organizations in the United States, each with divergent outlooks on Jewish problems, have agreed in principle that the restoration and security of Jewish rights in the post-war world is a problem for the peace conference. They differ, if at all, on the manner in which the equality guarantees shall be enforced. The American Jewish Conference urges that the Bil of Rights be guaranteed by all the nations of the world, while the American Jewish Committee argues that the correlative right of complete equality for Jews be guaranteed by the inclusion of the principle in the peace terms that Jewish citizens of every land have equal obligations and equal rights. SYNAGOGUE PLANS HUT SEHS The Miami Jewish Orthodox Eation this week annced plans for the coming High Holidays, which provide tor service to be held in both of the Congregation's buildings. Rabbi Murry Grauer, of the Yeshiva Isaac Elchanan will be guest rabbi, coming lure from New York to lead the spiritual ; -ion of the services. Rabbi Grauer is a graduate of Columbia University, and a former educational director at Fort Tyron Jewish Center. Cantor Berele Kallenberg, whose reputation is of national renown, has been engaged to chant services, it was announced by Leon Kaplan, president of toe Congregation. Cantor Kallenberg has officiated in some of the largest Congregations in this country and abroad, having served more recently communities of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Rabbi Simon April will conduct services at the Schaarei Zedek building, 1545 S. W. 3rd St., and will also chant at services. Rabbi April served in that services A. D. L. COORDINATOR MAKES VISIT TO MIAMI Richard E. Blucstein, national coordinator of the Anti-DefamaLeague, visited the Florida regional office during the past Week in order tO diSCUSS With Alex Miller, regional director, the proposed intensification of tne ADL program in the South1 %  !li ar<. Prior to their coming to Miami. Mr. Bluestein Mr. Miller spent a week in Atlanta discussing current problems with community Lead At the same time they led a discussion panel for the B'nai B nth women's auxiliary On Wednesday Mr. Bluestein returned to Chicago RABBI MESCHELOFF TO BE HONORED BY BEACH BODY Rabbi Moses Mescheloff spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach will be honored at a Shalosh Seudas Saturday afternoon at the ConV T'^iA & e Bl th J acob Vddd Hakashruth. Tribute will of ht .ff' hc / abbl in behalf ol his efforts during the past five years for t he group. capacity last year, and his reception at that time insured his serving ,n this capacity for the coming Holidays. u2V u tff gggjq* is sitS W i 7t tht Con re at on. 590 /ens. But I am opposed to taking money out of the pockets of United States citizens and providing employment or upkeep or maintenance for any aliens. I believe that the taxpayers of this country are sick and tired and disgusted with having to pay lor the maintenance and for the employment of those who are not' American citizens." He went on and on—and proposed amendments providing that; a> No alien shall be employed in any capacity in the administration oi this act unless he has served honorably in the armed forces ol the United States. His lirst amendment was accepted. But Senators Pepper Barkley, Taft, Downey, and finally George, each pointed out the injustice of withholding unemployment compensation — to which aliens as well as citizens are entitled because they have worked in the United States. Reynolds was forced to withdraw his amendment. Then he went on to the Immigration side of the picture, Reynolds has a peculiar habit of 'rounding out" figures to suit his purpose. He complained that there are in the country now between five and six million aliens who have not thought sufficiently of this government to make application for citizenship Though just a few weeks ago the Department of Justice issued a release stating that the alien population now stands at 3.400,000, the smallest recorded in 35 years. He complained that 580.000 aliens have come into the U. S. since Sept. 1939— though an analysis of that figure by the Immigration and Naturalization Service long ago proved it was invalid. He proposed as solution the stoppage oi all immigration until hvu years after the war—not resisting the opportunity to take a swipe at the President's i l lishment of the emergency refugee shelter at Fort Ontario senators Revercomb and Danam r offered vigorous protest of ..relevancy. When the vote was taken, Reynolds was defeated again. MISS PINKHAM SCORES IN WQAM RADIO PROGRAM Miss Muriel Pink ham, singer ov< r radio station WQAM was '"' %  ived so enthusiastically on her appearance Saturday mornmg, August 12th for the Little Songsters MIAD program, that ^"appearance was r e <,u, bne was again heard last Saturday, August 19th itf> F F iJ. DEAN SPEAKS AT WAR TRAINING COUNCIL tJ^FjWc'l. of "the University of Florida College ol El I neeruig, was among the group of speakers who took part here this week m the first State War the'w^r M u nc "SPonwred1 g m an effort to study effect IVP training methods for fullest T33? Ration, Dean Weil discussed en-" gmeenng-science manaeemon* war training. m *nagement troit office tioned in Washington when Ford refused to cooperate with him fma^ndallJT 8 is organizing an anti-Semitic political party as vet that will act as the propaganda outlet for the AmJitamlff alists ... He is readying two anti-Semitic books Th V plan is blue-printed to go beyond the present presidential paign, and is designed to hit on all cylinders after rtj 2 come back from the battlefields Victor Riesel ft,2 coumnist. broke the news about the coming carnation I* for some reason refrained from branding Kamp SIDELIGHTS .... Enemies of Sidney Hillman. head of the CIO Political J tion Committee and America's first labor leader are tr undermine him by emphasizing that he once studied X rabbinate When the Tucson, Ariz., Daily Citizen iZ* that Hollywood's Helen Gahagan should run for CongressT der her real name, and not use one dreamed up by a ns. agent, was it in the hope that Miss Gahagan would jdentfr herself as Mrs. Melvyn Douglas, or that she would use her h^ band's original name, Hesselberg-and thus become the Z get of the anti-Semites among her political opponents? The Gestapo has officially announced that its work of clearinq Hot land of Jews has been completed ."There are no more Jew, at large in the Netherlands." the Nazis proudly proclaim Fritz Mandl. who is the great manufacturer of Argentina's Fascist military machine and a friend of the Nazs. is a rather repellent character ... Born in Austria of Jewish parentage he became a convert to Catholicism, and is now an Argentine citizen ... He was once decorated by Mussolini for supplyinq him on credit, with ammunition for his Ethiopian campaiqn He did plenty of business with Hitler, too ... No wonder Hedy Lamarr divorced him about ten years ago In Hedy's Hollywood, incidentally, they're now saying that, to judge from their performance on various European fronts, the Germans sure are master racers. WORDS AND MUSIC .... Don't miss Bernard De Voto's "The Easy Chair" in the August issue of Harper's ... It throws new light on Boston's incipient pogroms Franz Hoellering, whose new novel. "Furtough, we hope you'll read, is one of the few who openly delied Hitler and lived to tell the tale ... As editor ol a Berlin Newspaper, he printed, on a single page and without comment. a collection of the various mutually contradictory official Nazi account of the Reichstag fire Of course. Hoellering didn't stay m Berlin long after that ... A most interesting Red Sed Mecord Album is that featuring Yehudi Menuhin and Georges tnesco in the Bach Double Concerto in D Minor Aside rom its musical value, that album has the specal signficance that Enesco is the man who taught Menuhin how to play the violin The first public performance of the concerto by these two artists dates back some seventeen years, when Yehudi was a youngster of eleven. ABOUT PEOPLE .... Jack Lait, pinch-hitting for Walter Wnchell, reveals that one of Hollywood's top producers has changed his religion" • • The arrival in Hollywood of Beatrice Kay, niece of the late Samuel Gompers, for a part in a forthcoming film recalls lo us that the movie capital once toyed with the idea of a biographical picture on the famed labor leader ... So what happened. ... So an important incident n the screen play was an interview Gompers had had with President Wilson-and from there the production staff went off on a tangent that eventually brought them to the filming of the current picture "Wilson". • • Menashe Skulnick, long considered the greatest comedian on me Yiddish stage, will make his English debut on the vaudevile stage this fall. PROFILETTE .... Bennett Cerf, publisher of'Random House About forty-gashing, unpredictable, never boring Very handsome--t-njoys immensely whatever he does New York born, of A! sation Jewish ancestry Graduated from Columbia's School of Journalism Writes a column for the weekly Saturday "eview of Literature, and another for the monthly Esguire nis style is zippy, versatile and humorous Some years ago t£T I8 i mar J ied to S Y lvia Sidl ">y. the movie star ... Now he* the husband of Phyllis Fraser, a cousin of Ginger Rogers the Hollywood queen Always wanted to become a publisher, vl,, V \ H is oppressed desire is to be an author • He* very much interested in Jewish problems, but more theoretically than concretely ... A thoroughbred liberal. 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FRIDAY. AUGUST 25. 1944 Jewish fhrkBam PAGE FIVE Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. WtfHlNCJTON NOTES: The illicd Security Conference •\>h is now opening in Washington will not pnly^ discussJhe c also^with-the; future^of '"Idion of eq" al r '8 hts for Jew ,^ riost-^r q Europe, but w.l in P 05 1 ...;,u the. fntiirp nf Palestine .In fact, we have Jcund to believe that President l^ivelt will invite American St leaders to the White HouS f r u talk nPale stnc K* before the opening of the Sfcunty Conference, or during f h e sessions of the conference Anxious to secure an endurng peaee. the delegates to Z : Security Conference are also nterested in settling the Jewish Son ">ce and lorever m a nv Which will prevent any future Hitler making it a spearhead for a future war There vl >! be no differences of opinion hetween the Allies as to the proSJion of u Bill of Rights wh'ch central Jewish organizai:ons are urging as measure to nrotect the rights of the Jews after the war And there s 'ittle difference of opinion between the Allied governments alo with regard to the future of Palestine There is good ground to believe that England and the United States have already reached an understanding with regard to Palestine And Zionist leaders who know something about it, feel quite certain that this understanding is fully acceptable to Jews ... It coincides with Zionist wishes for a Jewish State in Palestine and stipulates that such a state would remain und< r a joint AngloAmerican trusteeship and protection for some time However, the Soviet Government which is in principle supporting the Anglo-American decision with regard to Palestine, wishes to see tiu toithcoming Jewish State under an Anglo-AmericanRussian trusteeship, since Palestim ;s tin' back door to Russia This Russian demand will be part-and-parcel of the dis. on Palestine when it will ip in fore the Security Conference which will, naturally, hold its session in camera. • • POLITICAL TRENDS: The best indication that the British Government has finally decided on Palestine's future is the fact RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL nJ]fIRAL DIRECTORS 1236 Waminitan Ave Miami Ittch l NwTk; 74th St.-* Anutiidun Avt 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1M4 USlUAC AMBULANCE "44 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT 8S55tteSB NERVINE 1)0 TENS* MT **"*—* D. uom WSnm gf H.d afcwtaoM *• **T a diawtad. that it sent Field Marshal Gort, the new high commissioner for Palestine, to Vatican City to discuss the question of a Jewish State in Palestine with the Pope, who also has an interest in Palestine Another indication is the very important information reaching me privately that a high Soviet official took the initiative of inviting a leading Zionist personality and to convey to him Stalin's views with regard to Palestine ... This was done after the Kremlin has learned all the details of the discussions on Palestine held between American and British diplomats during the recent visit to London of Acting Secretary of State Stettinius ... Mr. Stettinius brought with him a very important report from London and indicated to American Zionist leaders that parts of this report may be made known to them by the State Department after President Roosevelt approves of it ... As the Palestine problem is approaching a solution, the non-Zionist members of the Jewish Agency are determined more than ever to see to it that they are given the 1 fifty per cent partnership in the Agency which is due them Correspondence on this subject may soon be initiated between Judge Proskauer in behalf of the non-Zionists and Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency ... A reader from Detroit, Abraham Cohen, is trying to help me to establish the identity of the leaders of the recently-formed American Council on Jewish-Arab Cooperation He believes that Seymour Melman. president of the new organization, is an Avukah leader .. He points out that the Avukah, Zionist student organization in the United States, was opposed to the Biltmore Declaration and was eventually abandoned by the Zionist Organization of America. • • RUSSIAN ECHOES: Anyone who wishes to understand just what it was that made the Russians drive the German armies so successfully all the way from Stalingrad to East Prussia must read Ilya Ehrenburg's "The Tempering of Russia" The book, published by Knopf, gives you the soul of the Russian people in war time and under trying conditions ... It is an intimate journal of thirteen months of war The worst thirteen months ... It is made up of a collection of articles written by the author chiefly for Soviet newspapers plus a number of characteristic letters from Russian readers written to the author From this collection one gets a clear insight into the spirit of Russia during the first year of the German-Russian war when everything seemed so black for the Russians Most of the articles will, no doubt, make a tremendous impression on American readers as they did on their readers in Russia • • • American Jewish readers will be especially moved by Ehrenburg s appeal to the Jews of America made "as a Russian writer and as a Jew" ... It is in this appeal that he calls American Jews not to stop their ears and not to shut their eyes to the Nazi bestialities against Jews in tile Russian cities which the Germans held before they were driven out ... In one of his articles he describes his meeting at one railroad station in Central Russia with refugees who escaped from German-occupied cities in the Ukraine ... And he relates some of the fearful stories they told him—how the Nazis buried alive aged Jews and murdered Jewish children The book as a whole, however, is devoted to the Russian determination to see Germany defeated The reader will find no Communist propaganda in this column which expresses rather Russian .nationalism than internationalism The only internationalistic note in this book is Ehrenburg's high regard for America, France, England and Sweden which he does not hesitate to express openly and warmly. • • • DIPLOMATIC TALKS: 1 hough united in their efforts to win the war, Britain and the united States do not see eyeto-eye on the question of rescuing more Jews from Nazi Europe while the war goes on There is a good deal of bickering now going on between Washington and London over the question of accepting the offer of Regent Horthy of Hungary to permit the emigration of Jews from his country to various lands While the United States is ready to accept the offer in full and to declare that it wishes to help all the surviving Jews of Hungary to seek refuge in Allied and neutral lands, Britain insists on accepting the offer in principle, but in limiting the number of Jews to be taken out of Hungary This British view is due apparently to nothing else but the fact that England for the time being is not ready yet to open the doors of Palestine to a large number of Jewish refugees who can still be saved from persecution Consultations are in the meantime going on between Washington and London on this subject, and it is expected that by the time these lines are read a definite BritishAmerican announcement may already have been made This despite the fact that the entire rescue program may soon undergo a substantial modification, since the Balkan countries have now relaxed their anti-Jewish persecutions making it possible for Jews to remain there without fear for their life. Our Fitrn Folk By HELEN ZIGMOND Copyright, 1944, lewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. Denouement: That "French" thrush, Yvette, who tingles the antennae to the delight of thousands of dialers, was born in Brooklyn: And her real name is Elsa Silvers! Oh, well ... a song by any other name is still a melody. Screen debut of Lilliputian Sidney Skolsky occurred at Schwab's Drug Store, known to the natives as the Schwabadero. It is a famous local spot where congregate hard drinking softdrinkers. Columbia selected it for a Hollywood "Snapshot" and Skolsky was caught in the lens passing out ice cream cones to a group of G.I. peaches. "Zum Rhcin, Zum Deutschcs Rhein:" The British Broadcasting Company is broadcasting to Germany a record, made by German war prisoners in England, in which the has-been soldiers appeal to the home folks and their comrades-in-arms to rise against Hitler, Goebbels, et al, and sue for peace with the Allies. Billy Gilbert donated to a group of pilots, is now in Alaska. They report him an excellent mascot and have renamed him Igloo. Capt. Maurice "Buddy" Adler avidly devours news from home. So to keep him informed, Mrs. Adler (Anita Louise) writes him an hourly schedule of events every day. One hay she absentmindedly penned in a line from the movie script she was studying: "Helped heat baby's bottle." By fast mail came the Captain's reply: "When did I become a father?" Keep on buying War Bonds. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1S89 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 Beat care for chronic tick, convaUicent and elderly paopla SANEL BEER. M. D., Director Reaaonabla Prlcea aa^^Laraa Beautiful OroundiHM Service Stripes: Groucho hopped to San Francisco to see son Arthur off on a Coast Guard mission. Jack Benny arriyed ;TI New Guinea to begin a tour of the southwest Pacific bases. Lt. Commander Eugene Zukor, in charge of the Navy's public relations department here for the past three and a half years, has been transferred to the Washington Bureau of Personnel. Dinah Shore is in England to ; cheer up the boys. Eddie Cantor gave a speech to the Los Angeles i Advertising Club on "The Purple Heart Circuit." Mark Hellinger returned from a three-month wai -correspondent stint in the I south Pacific. Itzie Bitsie, the I huge St. Bernard dog which Selznick Anecdota: With DOS again in the limelight with his super-super special, "SYWA," it is not out of order to reveal the first awkward flappings of this gigantic production bird. Selznick's first attempt at movie making as a short, starring the heavyweight, Luis Firpo, the "Wild Bull of the Pampas." Firpo was in the midst of training for his championship bout with Jack Dempsey when Selznick had the wonderful and original inspiration of contracting him for a picture. He approached the fighter's manager discovered to his surprise that the price was $1,000 a day. Young David had but $500 ... so he bought an afternoon of Firpo shot a quickie called. "Will He Beat Dempsey?" Before anyone could l answer that question. Selznick had sold the film rights for $3,I 500 and was embarking on another idea. He would inveigle another I popular personality into celluloid shorts. Rudolph Valentino, act! ing as judge of a Madison Square Garden Beauty Contest! that would have boxoffice appeal. 1 And it did—Selznick's movie profits swelled to $5,000. Mad* From Fresh Oranges ON SEPTEMBER 15,1944 YOUR FRIENDS WILL BE LOOKING FOR YOUR NAME in the Qym8vri^ HE JEWISH UN TV T M f ifWISH W E EJLkJL JUST SAY HAPPY NEW YEAR A New Year Greeting in The Rosh Hashonah Issue of The Jewish Floridian is the Popular and Accepted Way of Personally Greeting Your Relatives and Friends on the Occasion of New Year LEAST TROUBLE MAXIMUM COVERAGE MINIMUM EXPENSE OVERLOOK NO ONE PHONE 2-1141 OR MAIL ORDER TO BOX 2973. MIAMI 18. FLORIDA i ri



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PAGE SIX vjenist Fkrik/iafJ FRIDAY, A UGUST 25 L 1 M J. ii David Boar passed away early Friday morning after a lenthy Illness, at the age of 26. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Boar, communal workers, of this city, he actively served during his life time in many Jewish causes and organizations. Ho was active in New York in Young Israel and Young Judcah, and upon his arrival here six years ago took part in the Miami Zionist cnYeshiva Torah Vodaath of Brooklyn, and a close friend of the family, also participated. Cantor Isaac Jacobson chanted. Sidney H. Palmer personally took charge of arrangements. B'nai B"i ith officers conduct. .1 grave-side ceremonies at the Woodlawn Park Cemetery, with Louis Heiman and Leon Kaplan in charge. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Qeraldine Boar: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bear; B sister, Mrs. Bernard Klein ol Brooklyn, and a ludthor, Pvt. Henry IT. Bear, who is in an army hospital ill the South Pacific. Pallbearers included Leon Kaplan. Harry Pearl, FYed Shochet, Lewis Croon. -Max Kifas and Sid Wassciman. SOKOL Maul Ii e I Bokol, II, -i" •I Tuesduj in inhome, I 108 Euclid \ i \:i.uin i leai li SHI \ It in'-' lire hli and i son, Burton, both .>f V i.... bi nthi Pi •'"'> and IIUI both "f '"' %  ''''' lv> Hintei-8, M'Edith Heller, ''I .III.I Mi Bvelj II Ir.i.] %  -11.--11. of i ••• (nut, whi re i he bod) wai si HI b) 1 : Meinorliil i lini" I GROSSMAN IVIi i I iroNxnian. %  '.. of • %  '"• Clh SI Miami It" .i Ii. %  !" i m ;i hn.|uliil Sin \ i\ Inn are lib Ife, Ml man, .1 %  %  1 riaus, I M Selma, both ..1 Mian II I,roth. Hi HI, 1 nil 1 ii • %  \i Uitj r ledl Hid, Mi I Will \l: Lillian ., : ..' New York Servici 1 11 1: -.. id Me 1 nor la ,1 i.il in Mi. Ni l". •.V> HECHT %  |ih Unfit. 1 v ol : !S M .1 Inn \\. \i %  • Res led H ln • '.. — j-ir.iI Sm 1 .\ i' vi ind Mi .-• i< 1 Heeht, .1 IWII In ••ili. i.-. Hi man and Mi .,11 ,.1 Miami i:. HI h Servic-i .11 %  Ma Itivi do Mi l.iI hapi'l nil burial 1 On 1. w h cenii deavors. He was a tireless worker ni tlv Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, which he servi 1 ecretary, He was a member ol Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. and an organizer and executive director <>f the Miami Fashion Council. He was associated with his father in the garment manufacturing business, and one ni the initiators in expanding that industry 111 this area. An over-flow gathering of some 200 friends and associates was present Friday afternoorf at services at the Palmer Funeral Chape] to pay last respects to the deceased. Rabbi Max Shapiro ol Beth David Congregation officiated at the services Dr. David Stern, distinguished visiting rabbi who is Dean ni the CALL MEETING OF WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION OF M.J.O.C A meeting ol the combined momlii rship ni the women's organizations nt the now consolidated Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation 1 n called by Mrs. Huso Zalis president. The gathering will take place Thursday evening, August 31st, at the Synagogue, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., starting at H:30. RESERVATIONS URGED FOR BETH DAVID MEMBERSHIP Officers ol Beth David Congregation are urging thou members tu make reservations for seats for the High Holidays as early as possibli. Mrs L, Margulies, secretary, \t accepting reservations at the office, plume 2-1473. A Word to the Miami Community THE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND MEMBERSHIP OF THE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. proudly announce its consolidation with Schaarei Zedek and now offers one united Orthodox Synagogue for the service of this community. Due to the anticipated attendance, facilities to accommodate all desiring to worship with us are being provided with complete High Holiday Services in both edifices. Services at Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., will have Rabbi Murray Grauer as guest Spiritual Leader, with Berele Kallenberg, renowned Cantor, chanting the services. Services at the Schaarei Zedek building, 1545 S. W. 3rd Street, will have Rabbi Simon April as Spiritual Leader, and he will also chant the services in addition to preaching. Early reservations are suggested. The seating committee will be at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., every evening from 7 to 9:30 o'clock excepting Fridays and on Sunday mornings to aid you in selecting seats. It is our purpose to make the services as stimulating and enjoyable as possible. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. 590 S. W. 17th Avenue 1545 S. W. 3rd Street JEWISH CHILDREN WHO SURVIVED IN VILNA ARE BEING LISTED BY AIDS Moscow (JTA)—Though the number ol Jews who survived in Viln.i. including the Jewish partisans, is very small, it was [earned hero that many Jewish children were rescued in \ IBM by non-Jewish residents who gave them shelter during three years of German occupation, representing to the Gestapo thai these children wore members ol their own families Most of these Jewish children had lost tluir parents who wen either deported or executed by the Germans. A registration ol such children is now being conducted w ith a view to establish tin ir identity and to restore them tu members ol their family who may have survived m concentration camps m the liberated parts ot Poland. NAMESOFJEWS KILLED BY NAZIS IN POLAND RELEASED BY MOSCOW MOSCOW (JTA)—The first list ol name'"t Jews murdered by Gennans in the "extermination camp" in Majdanek, near Lublin, was secured hole this week by the correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency from the Russian authorities investigating the Gestapo annihilation of mnocenl civilians in the liberated Lublin area. The list contains chiefly names ni French Jews, transported to Poland and killed in the 'death chambers" ol the Majdanek camp. Thus far only one record hook with six hundred names has been made accessible to the press. Scores oi such books with thousands of Jewish names an xp< cted tu be "deciphered" within the near future, Rabbi Bliezer Silver of CinCinnati, president of Keren Hayishuv, the Palestine Religious Fund, announces the appointment ot Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein of New York City as chairman of the National Campaign Committee of Keren Hayishuv. let Me Get You Some I OR. 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Read ""^t'on* and use only as direcBEACH RABBI HAS RETURNED TO HIS IN THE CITY Rabbi Moses Mcscholoff has nun nod home alter an absence (1 f six weeks during which time he attended the Bernard Revel Graduate School of New York Where he took graduate work towards a D. H. L. (Doctor of LEGAL NOTICES" NOTICE IS Henn* „. ~—! %  '-, underslg \ U ;] %  Vft v in businesa ,,„,i,, ni. n ,i, < ft S39 Lin,!,!,, i:,,,, \* '-UxjaJ K m ^,lr;„!rta ...I ,.,,,,,,,;,_. MARTIN OENET ** At tome) f,,i .\i,i,i n i 8/25 /l-8-16-2J N T c E ^D^TicTrmTT* NAME LAW 0LS .NOTICE IS HKRTOYQlVBj, the undersigned, .!.•*„,,,,. w business under lh ffii,i" ,n S I ..f iMiiisu-.iin-n i\: !': %  %  .. ited HI 7:i --,.:•,.7|i ,' Miami Beach Flo, i. %  "' register the said MM ""' sn-vKK, KAIW'J fflg-v Hebrew Letters). While there lie attended the national convention Of the RabI binical Council of America. He | tendered a report for the State of Florida and took active part in the Constitution and Organization Committee. Ho also served as co-editor in the publishing ni the •'Sermon Manual" produced yearly by the Rabbinical Council of America, which will appear in punt by the first of the month. Rabbi Mcscholoff also attendi ed a number of meetings of Mizrachi and Jewish Educational Organizations and preached at the Fox Street Synagogue in the pulpit of his father-in-law, Rabbi Dr. Lazar Schonfeld. He was joined by Mrs. Mescheloff for the last two weeks of his stay. IN COUNTY .11 In; i Dade i u II • 1--1..M.1., No l_';.v| IS IWTI; i IK MONTE Ifuw FORESTER, I tec-eased "" K NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MA., APPLICATION FOR HN*, E DISCHARGE x..tIce is hi %  filed my fl isl report ind ; '• %  > final I., i .. lls A ,|„,, ni Hi.. estate ,,| \KI\TK \|\ FORESTER, deceased .„„r. the 85th da> n( September win apply to the Honorable w ? it.i,v.\ %  '• %  %  111.,! Blanton i ount> Judnv ol Dadi ty, l-l.iu.l;,. f,„ ;i|,,, mV :i| ,,f .. rei mi and for f nal dli ha i< mlnlstratoi .,i th< i: %  ., %  MA.'Ki.V.v |.-..i:i:sri:i : ,,, This L'L'n.l .In ill I ItoitKirr i-Mi'i;• MAX It. RIL.VBK A i 'in ii.. \ for Vdn • 1.1 v : %  '. :i i .8-13 ART EXHIBIT BY TERRY ART GALLERIES IS NOW OPEN An art exhibit of oils, water colors, pastels, and sculptures will lake place at the Terry Art Cilleries. 2100 W. Flagler St.. starting August 20th and continuing through September 4th. The entire exhibit is the artistry %  I wounded and disabled veterans now hospitalized at the Biltmore in Coral Gables. The Galleries are open daily Including Sunday from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED KII.I: ;• Notice I* li. i.in given thai ERNEST UN Wool) THOMAS, li..1.1.1 HI assignee ..i Everglades Drainage i 'i-.ii i< t Tax 'vrtiflcata Numbi 11 il dated the Isl da) ..i June, A 11 "i-\ has riled wild I'.I mi. ate In mj nfflce, .HI. i tut-. in.i. i.application i..i tax deed to Issue thereon In ac• dai .• wiiii |R s.ii.i Pertlfloate ii-t-n the follow ma des. i Ibed I I •! :".'. in... u in. Uwn, a Reaub Plal I'age i, in the Count] State ..r Florida. ili.assessment ..f aald property under the said Certificate issued was III Jhe n.mi. ol Mii.iiitKK WBKER i nlesi -.mi Certificate .-hail be >• i according to law, lax ' %  Septembi i. A I > It4t, i"i'.i tins i,'ith day t August, A t %  inI R H I.KATIIKKMAN Clerk ..f Circuit Court, i lad* < '.IIIIII\ Florida lt\ N '• BTERRETT, i' Hcull .Court Seal) H i::. ;i 1-8-13 IN THE COCNTY JCDGE'S IN AND FOR l -\ i -i: COVSTT I'M.nltlliA IN PROBATE No. I3M7 In It--: E8TATE OF JOHJi T IIKVN'i 'l.l'S. |. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'.. All Credltoi and All • %  • I I lav IIIK < 'lalnm in I.. • s.u.i Estati You, and •• li % %  ( you, .ir. I notified and requii i .i I .i.i i ms a nil den i nil* u hi. h elthei of you, m... hn\i estate .-f JOHN P ItEY.NOL .1 late ol New II. ConnectU'Ut, |o the Hon. ff f, Blanton, Count] Judge | i 'ounts. and file the K flee in the %  '•. intj Courtb I lade <"..in.i. Ploi Ida, with cab nitai iMi.ntiis fi..in thi fli st publication ii f. Bali I ..i demands t ntaln th % %  dress "f the claimsnt and w bl swoi II to and ] % % % % %  led ai al .i ni.will |>e han ed >• | 120 ..f the 1933 l". bati Act Date August .'. \ I 1 ISII MAX i: SILVER ,\s Anclllan Adm i A| ..I the Estate ..f John P ft" i .%  'i .MAX it SILVER At tome) f..: Administrator R/4 11-1S-2S NOITCE OF APPLICATION POR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1M File A8207 on. Bald ei tlflcsti emw follow Ins described property J| '"I Coiilitv of I'.i.l. Sl.it. "' "•' I ix>is ^ and i ft Blocli dona Park, a Sub., riai Boo l>ag it. In the County of n* State ol P> Ida ,, „^,,i The as nent of aW ; under the aald certificate WM name of THOM \s u !•Cnleaa aald certificate "hall !" I deemed according to law. C Nolle* Is hereb) given that the in. 1.1 ..IKII. -a. deslrfna to I'IIKUCIn l.iislii.s. Hi.l,, (he flctltloua name of innAU. PAINT DIBTRIRCTINd '' fl [10S • :.th St., Miami Beach, nori.ia. intend* to reflate) said name in the Offfce of the I'lerk of the < "li sun Court of | md, MORTON I.EON KAPLAN AH. mi. v f,„ VppHcant ''. .iintv. l-'li.il.ia HIIIENSTEIN. Bole na on Notice is hereby Riven that the undersigned, deslrfna to engage In buslnesa undei the fictitious name ol OPOZNACBR COMPANY, at E Int Avenue, .Miami, Klorl.la. to register aif Dade County, Florida. I.I:I: OWEN li i OWEN l-E-.X KAIM.AX ""'""" Attorne; foi Applicants v I-11-1I-2S I i RZl X Intend office Couri highest blddei si tb. .|.,„se door ...i the first M the month of September, l la HiIth nf s. i %  ; %  ';•;;. I Dated thla Ixt ilaj •' *fS K H I.BATHERMA> Clerk of C Dade '"" %  ', ','; l '-rllj s iSTERREn (Circuit Court Real) I/4-11-1S-SS IN THE COCNTY ]}*}*% IN AND P>R EAgECOli FLORIDA IN PROBATE. ,„ ,.,, BSTAT *io „?WHESM BR K rfe I T. AH Creditor* and *" '..„„<| Having Clalma Saul Estste: ,, Y..U. and each %  notified and required i ; v ,, u orl claims snd demanda ul "'. either -f >""•. 1 ": i V: v h, .y iuK.'M Sli estate of STEPHEN K ,.,,,„. p-l deceased, late % %  ''• i ;!'. Ii Ida, to the Hon. w. %  .,„,. w| County Judge ol i *<•*• %  /,.". I file the same In his rountv Courthouse in •' .. %  ••< Florida, within elgh %  %  %  from the date "f the ^JSH I0 | hereof. Bald rlalmj "' ,^,ii-"i contain the legal addrejs of ts^ I ant ami to I"' **" '^ n ,* will *• %  sent-.l as aforesaid, or •• ,,, il barred. Bee Section i-" Probate Act n ,544. Kate AugUSl I, ,\...-, s i\H MARIAN BBwJl KAa Administratrix of "• ,,. STEPHEN. K HIM-IMX"' MAX It • s ; VI ;K ., l „,i„i-' Attorney roi A 1 1 "" g/ll-U-/l -r^fT^ '• I NOTICE 18 MEI bu irf| the underciKiK-'l '"'' ,,..-„„ n I Iness under the *}' %  % I ZION FOOD ''I'-V i'i '< DEPARTMENT %  ;• — ,,„,;, Avoaue. Miami ••;','\,,.i Intend t res Isle •" lh name In the offlci ;', u( |, ii,,. Circuit u Kloi Ida. ..1 BAM v l;l :!' K !s lA^ Ml KIM 0R0| Attorney for_Ai>i>'" 7/2SS/4-1I-U-2-'



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r^ AY ^UGUSTj5, 1944 +Jewistifhridian PAGE SEVEN ^^.xszigzr !" "TStt•-&-•>- -— 01 The Jewish Welfare Board Seip u. K^pTRecordT^rSe/SfESS WOUNDED IN ACTION KILLED IN ACTION SERVICE PARADE! CRT ALLAN MILLER IN gcther in the same fox-hole, and ID*• %  ;", IPTTFP while he was there praying, I INTERESTING Ltlltn was digging. That was when I Glasser of 1045 Per lcal ^ OI happened to think how Eddv Av,, Miami BcS recent" In Italy Pvt. Daniel P. Schulman. 23, Lt. Edward I. Hirsch, 24, of of the Bronx, N. Y. Member of Charleston, S. C, in Italy. a tank destroyer outfit, he was wounded in North Africa and Lt. Herman Goodman, 22, wounded again at Anzio BeachArmy Air Forces, of Jamaica, head. While undergoing treatN. y. In Italy. He had received ment in a hospital in Italy, he the Distinguished Flying Cross was wounded once more when for acria i heroism, the hospital was bombed. He has received the Silver Star and Purple Heart. Cpl. Leonard G. Glasser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Capt. Harry H. Block, 27. Medical Corps, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Lt. Irving Lerman. 25, Army Air Forces, of Cleveland, O. Over England. Bombardier-navigator aboard a Martin Marauder, he held the Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal and 3 Oakleaf Clusters. Sgt. Donald E. Liebman. 20. of Cable, Wis. Over Holland. He airbase W as an aerial gunner, had enlisted at the age of 18. Pfc. Harry Rutzinsky, 23. of the Bronx. N. Y. At Cassino. Posthumously awarded the Purple Heart. mp Glasser is uni fnlks I feel uretty good TXr'V 1 "" Chaffee. Ark. Cpl. Glasser is Pfc. I £B^^~ SmfM! Sftt^ t u-..und on mv neck is -"vTHLi 1 .1 taay Ht read :i Medium tank, he is now a gunPfc. Hyman Zima. 20, of Long Beach, N. Y. During a raid on Lt. Herbert R. Lakow. 25, of Brooklyn, navigator and squad• ron leader. Over Stuttgart. He held the Distinguished Service Cross, Air Medal, Purple Heart and Oakleaf Cluster. The wound on my neck is healing up pretty good. It will just leavea small scar. Lucky? And how. By the way folks, yesterday while in town I saw Queen Mary. ag visiting a dentist, and I saw her as she got into her car. Ma. Ann wrote me that you and liked it. Ma, Eddy was one of the boys in my squad. I hope to God he is alright. I felt sort of close to him. Ma dear, when I was hurt, evgur ner in a General Sherman tank. Lt. Jack Ross, 20. of New York City. Over Brunswick, Germany, on his 6th mission over Miss Lillian Conn, residing at i215 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach has been accepted for Cadet eryone said it was a miracle that Nurse Corps training at Beth IsI came out alive. Somehow, rael Hospital, New York. A Ma, I think I know why I am graduate of Miami Beach High thick I will be sent home now. j^ere today getting along so well, school, she will report September ear, I know how much you Ma and u nc ] Ci i hope you en15th for the 2Vi year course. She would like that, but when I come j n y reading this little letter. I participated in many school and the world will be a better place thought I would write something athletic activities at the Beach. to live in for millions and mildifferent. Something close and lions of people who nave : intimate to the men who are Correcting an error appearing out there in Normandy. Please write. I will write again to you soon. Lots of love from Your Loving Son. Allan. Cpl. Murray Friedman. 19, of Europe. Brooklyn, N. Y. While on a reconnaisance party as one of a Cpl. Merril E. Canter, 29, of group of Rangers at Cisterna, Pittsburgh, Pa. In a ferry cornItaly, he was trapped by crossfire behind the German lines. Pfc. Leo Goldstein, 27, of Chicago. Marshall bdands. mand plane crash. Cpl. Canter had been serving as radio operator. Pvt. Marvin N. Gillman. 19, of Union Pier. Mich. Anzio Beachhead. Lt. Car Carson. Jr.. 23. of Hartford, Conn. Navigator of a bomber operating against Germany, Liet. Carson had served with the R.A.F. before being transferred to the American Air Corps. and suffered. Ma. you know what I mean. I will be .>.:•:. the nst of the boys when Hitler and his so-called "superare clicking their heels noxore. God, how I would love • -. that! Ma, everything you wrote me Buy War Boners and Stamps to ing. believe. Yes, Ma, it was a help preserve Democracy. miracle, and I was holding on to a lucky star. Isn't it strange, Ma, that 1 had asked for Aleck .: that time? Ma dear. I will always remem<,! the hoys that was with !;-;< He was always praying, .,r.d when we had services around our fox-holes his heart would [ ui >ut all his troubles. Then he would say to me. "Al. I feel so much better now." Ma, one day while the boys wi-re at this service I sat in my fox-hole thinking. Thinking how seme of the hoys were around in a circle praying, and the rest of us were digging our holes deeper. This boy, Eddy, was there too, praying. We slept toLt. Edward Greene, 26, of Lict. Carson was affiliated with on the Service Page last week, Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy. PurBeth Israel Congregation of is the fact that Burnett Roth. ple Heart Hartford. former president of B nai B nth of this city, has been transferred Sgt Martin R. Goldman. 23, of Pf. Soomon R. Fedman. 24. of to a Battalion as Bn/Sgt. Major. New Britain, Conn. In a raid on Brookyn. N. Y. In Italy. Purple He is stationed with a headquarenemy-held Europe. Heart, ters detachment at Camp BlandSgt. Lester Klein. 27, of ArCpl. Saul M. Merson. 21, of verne, N. Y. Marshall Islands. Brooklyn, N. Y. On a transport The Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee wants interesting letters received from those in service. These will be used for publication on the Service Parade Page of The Jewish Floridian, the daily press and national publications. Send original or copies of these letters to the Army Navy Committee, Box 2973, Miami 18. Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk are. what they are seeing and doing. KILLED IN ACTION P^le Heart. in the Mediterranean. Sgt. Herbert Friedman, 32, of Brooklyn, N. Y. On a transport sunk by enemy action in the Mediterranean. Seaman Irvin Victor Fantl. USN, 37. of Chicago. 111. During the battle of Tarawa, when his ship was torpedoed and sunk by „„|^ go the enemy. Sgt. Sam Labokitz. 22, of ChiLt. Irving Traugot, 22, of Laucago. Over England. Purple relton, N. Y., in a bombing misHeart. He also holds the Dission over the Admiralty Islands, tinguished Flying Cross and Air He was co-pilot on a B-24 LiberMedal, and has completed 54 ator. missions in the European theatre. Pfc. Hyman Gossman, 37. of Lt. Harold R. Levant, 26, of New York City. His transport Heart. Over Germany. Purple was sunk by enemy action in the North Atlantic. Pvt. Harold Pomsovy. 24. of Lt. Leonard Moriber 27. Chicago. On Bougainville. PurBrooklyn, N. Y. In Italy. pie Heart. Lt Hyman Adler. 24, of Hazelton, Pa. Over Germany. of Pvt. David Mandel, 26. of Brooklyn. In Italy. Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida Name... Home Address Street Birth Date Serial No.City State BirthplaceCivilian Occupation. Date Entry In Service City State Marital Status Date .Discharged Btanch of Service— full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress Information Transmitted by Telephone number Rank or Rating Pvt. Howard Albert, 22. of Woodside. L. I. Killed during the invasion of Sicily when he dragged wounded buddies to positions of safety in foxholes under direct fire. Silver Star and Purple Heart. PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MART SCHHEBNICK, la pwn tattve Cpl. Arthur Altman. 26, US MC, of Chicago. In the Solomons. Halpern-Wise The marriage of Miss Madalyn Halpern and Capt. Stanley A. Wise, Jr., was solemnized by Dr. N. Herman at Temple Beth Israel Sunday. Miss Geraldine Halpern was her sister's maid of honor and Sgt Leo Baranik. 23, of New Ensign J. Davis, Miami, was his York City. Over Germany. brother-in-law's best man. Capt. Wise has just returned Pvt. Sam Bassoff. 29, of the f rom India where he went with Bronx N. Y. In Africa. the 49th Fighter Group from Morrison Field in January, 1941. Cpl. Sidney Becker, 25. of AuA reception was h eld at the Horora, HI South Pacific area. Pvt. Murray Belabin, 21, Brooklyn. N. Y. In Italy. of Cpl. Fred N. Berkowiti. 27. of Cleveland, O. In Italy. Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 178 N. W. Fifth Street COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. JACK C. JAYSON Mraml PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 V. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 76 S. E. 1st Street IRUBIN SONS—Oriciinal Rubins 145 N. Miami Avenue n.n R TH & HAYS manufacturer! Agents Langford Bldg. TOOLEY MYRON STUDIOS Du Pont Building RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC. 160 E. Flagler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 158 E. Flagler Street, Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road ALFAR CREAMERY CO. Fee the Best fa Dairy Products WEST PALM BEACH MILT—CHEAM—ICE CREAM tel Pennsylvania at 8 o'clock Sunday evening. Among out-of-town visitors in attendance were the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Wise, Philadelphia; Ensign and Mrs. Edwin J. Davis, Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abish. Jacksonville, and Mrs. Samuel Cohen, Brunswick, N. J. J. Goodmark. of Goodmark's Mens Shop, has returned from a northern trip. President I. Glasser of Beth El Congregation, and Harry Goodmark were hosts to the Congregation, SPARS and Servicemen in honor of Jerry, young son of Mr. Goodmark. Mrs. Jennie Martz is visiting here after an absence of several months. Beth El Sisterhood sponsored a card party Sunday at Sher Memorial hall. Mrs. I. Moss and Mrs. H. Green were hostesses. Beth El Sisterhood sponsored a card party Wednesday night at Schwartzberg hall. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Bueh County, iaetuxtasj the .Nationally Ftmoui Southern Daisies Pro^4 Shicts tad Ioe Cmaiii A8 NEAB. TO YOU AS YOUR PHOMK FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 i i % 



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PAGE EIGHT vJewisli tlcrklian B'NAI B'RITH NOTES MARX -byFEINBER In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami First, an apology for missing last week's edition. I know that both of you. my dear readers. must have missed me. The unvarnished fact is that I was in bed ill. I believe that the regulations permit me to be ill one week out of a year. I received a letter from Brother Lou Heiman which enclosed the following communication from the Treasury Department: "May I on behalf of the Treasury Department extend sincere congratulations upon the successful conclusion of your submarine chaser campaign. Sales totaling $3,378,874.25 on a goal of $2,000,000 is a tribute to the aggressiveness of your organization in tins worthy program that is so vitally a part ol the war effort. "We are making immediate certification to Washington sources and trust that it will be possible to have two submarine chasers designated in a year near enough Miami to permil youi organization to take part in launching ceremonies." Signed W. W. McEachern, state chairman of the Florida War Finance [ Committee, Treasury Department. Jacksonville, Florida. It is certainly gratifying to receive an acknowledgment direct I from headquarters on a job well dune. More bouquets to Brothel Heiman, if any there be left. Labor Day week-end approaches and I believe the State Federation is meeting in Jacksonvile in committees and not will bt by way ol convention. The State country 6ORDO1V i rome p7IO S. W. 12th AV MIAMI-, \-JiL 3-343U YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE OFFICIALLY REPHSfJT THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Hoimalnn Gladly Fumnhtd on Requttt SERVING MIAMI BEAGN I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish f' 24 HOUR AAtBUCAKCtSSfjfW Mf I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure If %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Strert Federation has not been in active as m the past due to transportation restrictions but the existence of the Federation is necessary to the vital growth of the order in our States. I can recall that most of the stimulii received by local chapters came through the State Federation. I knew that this condition will prevail in the future and I therelore urge all committee members to attend in Jacksonville, if possible. At the same time the state convention of A.Z.A. will be in Jacksonville and from the latest reports the boys have prepared a wonderful program for Visiting B'Nai B" Kith members, it you are m the vicinity in Jacksonville over Labor Day l urge you to attend some ol the sessions of this convention. You will be surprised at the manner in which these young boys administer. It is interesting to note the progress made by iiu hospitality committee ol Miami Beach ami although this i.strictly not a B'Nai B'Rith project most oi the movantS are members of the LodgeTo some ol you nailers who are not acquainted with our work and who are in business in Greater .Miami. I cannot too strongly urge that you lend your cooperation to this project. The impressions that the rehabilitated service men receive from the attitude ol the Greater Miami residi nts and the business men carried throughout the and this i.a great form ot .-eii insurance to make a small sacrifice ot an unneeded pi"! it in make it easier and more pleasant tor these service inn. Any instances oi good will will not be publicized to any extent, but as the past has shown and ayou well know, it any instance of profit or greed is brought to the attention of the press cerning one of us. never end. Let's cooperate and lend this good will gesture to the betterment ot our community. The cooperation you can lend %  is to offer a reasonable discount to service nun and when they (•nter your establishment extend yourself to make their purchases pleasant. Up until now this has been anything but the rule. Apropos ot the above discussion, we would like to dedicate the next few lines to Brother Sol Goldstrom. This brother has been active in B'Nai B'Rith cir1 %  tor over 50 years and during the past 10 years on Miami Beach alone, to the knowledge ol the writer, his every action has been along charitable lines. Sol has served on every Miami Beach committee for the service .,| the community and has given unstintingly of his time and efforts for the promotion of anything that is charitable. His actions are reflected in the commendations received not only from the city of Miami Beach I but from the head oi communal workers throughout the state His altruism is exceeded by none g* ^is other virtues of which he has many, and we in the Lodge are extremely proud to claim Brother Goldstrom as one of us. Bei \ i< • %  for nounced foi the follows: BETH DAVID Conservative. 135 Miami. Krlilaj • : |5, HntuidHj the week-i ltd u (i renter Miami CONGREGATION. M. W. 3rd Ave.. • nini; nervier* i' morning at Rabbi Max Shapiro ill deliver .1 sermon. Kvenlng services al 7:1a o'clock. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach FYlda) evening m vlci • al 7:15 o'clock: Huturda) morning al Rabbi Moses Metcheloff "ill preach Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the service Religious Bel I Mondnj through Friday, :< :i III. t.i noon MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Ave. Knbalas Hhabbo* IMHI.I> evening ;ii 7:11 Huturda) morning services al 9 Rabbi Irving Lehrman will |ir< id Mi.week I) ,1101111.11 ..| Hi. law Cantor Emanuel held Bark .in ill chanl I hi time All mindei. Mi ~ Vl.niinii Kngi I, mitsvah. Shall 7:1.1 i' MI. lo be r-• 11 l'i ayei Notes Of Y. M. H. A. -bySAM SILVER si i \ Ices MI ihis i of Mi and U ill In i .-III.' I..O i'Udos nwed li> evening TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Reform. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami Regular services, HYIdaj evening al S:15, Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will con • Iiu I Hi. servlcei and Rabbi David Raab • %  ( Beth Sholom 'ting IJOIII \ illt Ky i ll he guesl S|n MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON GREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W. 17'h Ave.. Miami Services Sched I ni. a for l'Yiii:i\ .it ; 15 p m Sillurdaj iii s .i m and 7:15 p m Hhalosh Seudos will be followed b) Muarlv l tally sei \ t ,.i K 30 and 7:25 p. m. Schaarei Zedek Building. 1545 S. W. 3rd St.. Miami. I'M i kenlllg sei v i. es bi gin .o 7 30 Sal u da morning iii 9 Mincha and Maarh .it Id p in Bar mitzwih of Donald, -"ii "I Ml and Mrs William Mesh, BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Conservative. 761 41st St., Miami Beach. Services are w hi -l lied r,.i l'i Iday c\ cuing .it 7:1 • Hal n daj moi nlng sei > I. -. u ill I,. In l,| ,,| Old Timers' Night A good, old-fashioned barbecue and dance are being planned now to be held at the Town Y, I 1567 S. W. 5th Street, Miami, on '• Labor Day Eve. Sunday evening, September 3rd. Everyone is invited to this gala affair— old time members, non-members, pioneers, new members, men, women and children. The affair will be held on the grounds at the Y and everything will be In. of charge. A good orchestra has been obtained to provide the music for dancing, and the feature of the evening will be NO SPEECHES! Harry Schwartz is chairman ( of this affair and his committee members are: Mrs. Sidney StepI kjn, Mrs. Minnie Uvino n I Stash and M,s. P e .. W iv 4 The committee hnfbecnTS?) >ng diligently and a £5e 1^9 an outstanding evening* US oI Those of us w 1 liated with thv. years in the past well rL^'l the arduous "Member. 1 hose of us who hav<7'k„. I Misted with theTfoV^; SchwartYTn" fiff *4 ganization. and know that Hail Will give US the tVDC nf^fl that will do the Y'Tredi *"* On behalf of the Y, 1 IwJ you to attend and do a K square dancin' between hebV • I of barbecue. If, go tot? humdinger of an evening and you 11 really be sorry } dont attend and particiok Z\ the festivities. Re se, n io^therll Face Facts By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League i i his column is oondncted by the (ireater Miami .n-wish Federation In ..cooperation with The .It-wish Florid c(iii' :,M ** %  community aervlce, To inform the tale will "'", l ;"""""""v of >'""" oimuilziitiun's %  n'^vllu-s anil to avoid conflicts In 'I'its, j.hfine ^-:,411 and ask for Community Calendar." Notification must reach Federation no later than liics.lay fur publication tliat Week) Monday, August 28th Meeting .,t the board >.f directors of the Bureau ..f Jewish Education llene-h V. I Uncoil, Road, \ |i in' Sunday. September 3rd Old-Timers' N'ight, .Mi,on] v. i ,.,; H \\ 5th SI H mi |. in New York in the summer is sultry and the heat waves shimmer 00 the pavement in the glow of the afternoon sun. I felt, at times, that I was back m Florida, and not only because of the heat. A native New Yorker, I ran into more people I knew from this area than from my erstwhile home town. Affable Harry Zuckernick was B chance meeting on Broadway, and my wife and I spent a pleasant two hours with him at Lindy's: While there a few more Miamians greeted us. The next day, I ran into Louis Ossinsky. Bnai B'rith leader of Daytona Beach. Stanley Myers and Sam Blank. I met one morning at a Joint Meeting „f representatives of i National Agencies in the office I of Frank Weil, president of tfc, | Jew.sh Weliare Board. The meet mg demonstrated how much terest there is nationally about Miami. Both Sam and StoB | played an active part in the dacussiona and contributed vital I thinking to the plans formulated. On my return to Miami. I wail gratified to note the large billboard prominently displayed before the First Federal Bank Building. If you have not already seen this stirring representation of Democracy in action, I urge you to do so. Of particular gratification to me B the knowledge of the pan that this office played in arranging for this display, although major credit should go to J. Harold Matteson of the Miami Round Table. Harold is an earnest, hard worker, and a fine fellow as well. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now: you will save on a new rool liter. "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 j^5JJ55*jM*w^* „,..,<'""""" fittfi JULIAN IS ELECTED HEAD OF COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION Leo S. Julian, who has been acting president of the Dade County Bar association for nearly a year. Thursday was elected president of the organization. Other officers chosen Thursday were William M. Preston first vice president; William A Lane, second vice preside nt I vie D. Holcomb, third vice president; Samuel J. Kami, r treasurer, and Henry K. Gibson-' secretary. A COMMITTEE FORMED FOR IMPROVEMENT OF NEGROES You can't quit now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! When You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-IW79 Dependable, Conscientious Service A committee ol six white officials and six negro leaders organized Monday u, improve n e he-.l,. ,HI S ""?' n '''"' ; "' and health facilities. The newly formed group will hold its first ""'""K "ex! week to seek action o„ ;i broad program for proving racial harmony. im*&*-.. flEAL E STATE—MIAMI BEACH ^GUST BROS ftyj MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor i T '"'I" 0 :""J Beal Estate Service 006 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M D GJLLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenua PHONE 5-5875 DRINK "PLENTY OF Water otimno TO YOUR HOME MAUN BOTTLE M c CASE or Six ^ TABLE BOTTLES ,., PluiBottl, Dfpoin PHONE 2-4128 IIAIIE PCIIEItAL MORTGAGE V .LOW RATES • EASY PAYMENTS • LONG TIME TO PAY • PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Vou* LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER $10,000,000 IPAIPE FBIMMAL 4 HOSTM •*•! •••• T H///JW/M/jfimH*-~~


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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^-THE JEWISH UNITY
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THE JEWIS H WE
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 25, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
v, york (JTA)-Decterlng
,h, -nhe Jewish pe<>pl<' 'f the
Soviet Union have shown WC-
Kexamples of creative work
ST their country and the cn-
world." Eugene D. Kiaelev.
q iet Consul General in New
Yrk. informed the Ambijan
Suttee thai a considerable
proportion -f the tens o thous-
ands of refugee war orphans in
I Russia are Jewish.
The Consul praised the deci-
uon of the Ambijan Committee
i cooperate m the settling, care
and rehabilitation of 3.500 Jew-
ish war orphans in the Jewish
autonomous region of Biro-Bid-
,an "Your present plan to par-
Iticipate in the restoration of
health and happinesa of 3.500
Jewish orphans, refugees whose
parents were murdered by the
Germans, cannot but arouse the
feeling of sincere admiration
among the people of my coun-
try." the Consul wrote in
AUSTRALIANS SUPPORT
ZIONIST DEMAND FOR
AN ALL IEWISH STATE
Melbourne, Australia (JTA)
The All-Australian Jewish Con-
ference, representing all Jew-
ish communities of Australia,
adopted a resolution" supporting
the Jewish Agency in its efforts
for the establishment of Pahs
tine after the war as a Jewish
Commonwealth.
The resolution urges that tIn-
Jewish Agency be given control
of Jewish immigration to Pales- |
tine. It also expresses friendship
towards the Arab population in I
Palestine. The immediate need :
of intensifying the rescue of
Jews from Nazi Europe is also
urged.
HUM Til VISIT
nmy FOB STUDY
OF REFUGEE AIR
1
FOR EXIT VISAS TO
SPELL JEWS
HUT JEN
Washington (WNS) The
whole program envisaged in last
week's joint announcement of
out that the Sov- Anglo-American acceptance o
irt Government put an end to Regent Ho.thys offer to permit
all forms ol discrimination be- the emigration Oi certain cate-
cause of race or nationality." I gones o f Jews m Hungary
.-dins doomed in view of the re-
Dnntt irilT iri I ported refusal of the German
inuiutm 11uiigssszs&is
passage, in the opinion of well-
EC IUP II11IIP APV I "The1 Anglo-American rescue
U 1 lhHl project was predicated on the
-l!IU IUI assumption that arrangements
could be made, through the In-
ternational Committee of the
Red Cross, for the refugees to
travel safely to neutral countries
through Nazi military zones. But
information reaching Washing-
ton from authoritative sources
New York (JTA)Permission
has been grant) d for a repre-
sentative of the Hias-Ica Emi-
gration Association to proceed to
the libi rated part of Italy with
a view to studying the possibili-
ties for resuming refugee aid
work in the liberated area, it
was announced here by Abra- i
ham Herman, president of the '
I lias. Mr. Herman stated that
he was informed by Circle 11
Hull. Secretary of State, that ar-1
rangementfl have been made for i
Raphael Spanien. representative
of Hias-Ica to visit Italy.
More than 67,000 American
relatives and friends of refugees
abroad have sought the coopera-
tion of Hias during the last six
months in the matter of rescu-
ing their kin and possibly facili-
tating their immigration to
Western Hemisphere havens of
refuge, a Hias report states.
More than 30,000 Americans
have availed themselves of the
services of the Society's Refugee
Relatives Registration Program
which has as its purpose the
re-establishment of contact with
their kin in countries already
liberated or those to be liberated
soon.
ANTI-JEWISH LAWS ARE
DENOUNCED BY NEW
PREMIER OF BULGAR
Zurich (JTA) Premier Ivan
Bagrianov of Bulgaria, speaking
before the Bulgarian parliament,
openly condemned the anti-
Jewish persecutions instituted by
Bogdan Filov, the former pre-
mier.
The address of Premier Bagri-
anov was preceded by a gov-
ernment order relaxing the anti-
Jewish laws and abolishing the :
ghettos introduced for Jews who ,
had been deported from Sofia j
and other Bulgarian cities to is- i
olated villages. The deported |
Jews can now return to their
homes and resume residence
wherever they wish.
Cairo (JTA)The Yugoslavian
Central National Committee re- ion irom "'""t?"*"7\V.\~
ported that Koloman Kamarash. indicates that the Germans have
a prominent Jewish industrial-
ist of Yugoslavia, reached the
headquarteis of Gen. Michailo-
vich's Army after having escaped
from Hungary where his wife
| committed suicide when exposed
to indignities.
The escaped Jewish industrial-
ist had sought shelter in Buda-
pest from the Nazi persecution
of Jews in occupied Yugoslavia.
Only a few weeks ago he was
an eye-witness of the brutal
German robbing and extermi-
nation of the Jews in Hungary.
He said that, in addition to the
Germans, there were two Hun-
garian high officials especially
culpable in the mass-deportation
>nd extermination of hundreds
f thousands of Hungarian Jews,
udislav Vitez Endre. under-
secretary of the Ministry of the
"tenor, and Lt. Colonel Stefan
aM of the gendarmerie.
COLLECTIVE FINE PUT
ON SUBURB FOR TRY
ON LIFE OF OFFICIAL
Jerusalem (JTA) The Pales-
.ni' authorities imposed a fine
01 S200U on Givat Shaul. the
Jerusalem suburb near which
ne recent attempt was made on
rl ,,f the retiring High
ywnMioner Sir Harold Mac-
**>el Th. High Commission-
was on Ins way from Jeru-
M" U) Jaiffa at the time.
niM f'Wish terrorist or the
int.. ii ;'"" iiiionsi or nit
Halted Stern Group" which is
1 "I extremist youths
n
Posted
an
over
ii announcement
il, '" buildings in Jeru-
11 bating that it was their
or..... "U,,"K mat
SSTtttSk" which
out
shown no disposition to negoti-
ate along such lines. The Ger-
mans, according to these reports.
do not intend "to let the Jews
get out of Hungary.
Much apprehension was felt
here in Jewish circles over the
failure of the joint Anglo-Amt-r-
Icari statement to clarify the
question of the issuance of im-
migration certificates admitting
Hungarian Jews" to Palestine.
Holders of such certificates are
reported to constitute one of
three categories of Jews Whom
Horthy offered to release- The
other two categories are Jewish
children under the age of ten
and Jewish adults holding still
valid visas for other countries of
reception.
bodyT6"aid~victims
of mussolini's race
policy setup in rome
Rome (JTA)The e.stalvlish-
ment of a National Committee
to Aid Victims ol Fascist Racial
and Religious oppression w;i>
announced here. Prof. Mario
Conigliani is chairman of this
committee.
The new organization WUP
ther data on racial persect m
and will collect signajure from
Italians opposed to the Fasc.s
racial policy. It will ask he
Italian government to support a
campaign for nu,ala.u ma e.a
aid for the victims of racia per
secut.ons under Mus,lnu s re-
gime. _______
ROOSEVELT NAMES CARUSI
AS HEAD OF IMMIGRATION
Wash.ngton" was nominated thU Jg
President Roosevelt to succe. i
Eari G. Harrison as ;
, f Immigration and N. uu u
,/at,on. The nomination wg
SS^'hS sel ved as
SHIDHI SKIPS
OUESTIDH HF JEWS
[
mui?ttack on ,he H'8h Com-
R?2frthnd h,erdS Party.
Sntified B88ailntl have been
,**MJTA)--8onM alight re-
in H?" "f "nti-Jewiah pressure
nunKaiy wa> 1(.port,.d here
v"tof In,f""WinK tne recent ^U,S!m(, 'five "attorney ge"-
rrJLfnternational Red Cross assistant to nvt
wsentatives to Budapest.
erals.
Washington (JTA) British
and American officials admitted
here this week that the joint
statement issued last week by
the governments of the United
States and the United Kingdom,
announcing acceptance of Hun-
garv's offer to permit the emi-
gration of Jews from Hunrary
to Palestine and other lands was
deficient in not clarifying the
issue as to whether Jews from
Hungary would be admitted in
Palestine.
Fear was expressed here dur-
ing the week-end that the offer
made by the Hungarian Govern-
ment to permit the emigration
of Jews from Hungary may not
materialize now that it has be-
come known that the German
Government is refusing transit
visas for Hungarian Jews to
Sweden and Switzerland and
promises no safe conduct of such
Jews to any destination.
The War Refugee Board was
in the meantime informed by
the American Palestine Founda-
tion that a sum of $6511000 has
been forwarded by the Founda-
tion to its headquarters in Jeru-
salem to be used for the rescue
and rehabilitation of Hungarian
Jews in line with the policy ad-
dressed last week by the gov-
ernments of the United States
and of Britain.
The United Jewish Appeal an-
nounced financial aid of Amer-
ican Jews will be given for the
construction of 2.500 small hous-
,;ilIllts m Palestine to house
refugees from Hungary and the
Balkan countries who are ex-
pe'n-d to emigrate to Patottlne.
DISCRIMINATION CASES ARE
ADJUSTED BY COMMITTEE
Washington (JTA) Satis
f-.ctorv adjustment of 702 cases
, ,!IK the six-month period
from January 1 to June 30.
IC.44 was announced by tne
hall year.
London (WNS)More than 2,-
! 500,000 Jews have been extermi-
nated by the Nazis In* German-
held Poland, it was disclosed this
week by Dr. Josef Retinger, a
Polish labor leader who has re-
cently returned here from a clan-
destine visit to the underground
movement in Poland.
Dr. Retinger said that his esti-
mate of the number of Jews who
perished at the hands of the Nazis
was based on information he re-
ceived from Polish leaders and
from prominent Jews who cvad-
i ed death by hiding in the homes
of friendly Poles. He revealed
that the Zionist Party and the
Jewish Labor Bund are still func-
tioning and that eighteen Zionist
and three Bund batallions had
i participated in the anti-Nazi re-
Ivolt in the Warsaw ghetto. He said
I that among the 200,000 Jews be-
lieved to be still alive in Poland
there arc numbers of Dutch and
Belgium Jews in Warsaw engag-
ed in slave labor. Dr. Retinger
said that he was not inclined to
lend much credence to the re-
cent report that Leon Blum,
former French Premier, had died
in a Jewish extermination camp
in Poland. He said the Polish
underground movement, which
is usually well informed on such
matters, found no evidence of
Blum's presence or execution in
Poland. *
HUNGER FORCES
ATHENS JEWS 10
GIVE UP 10 NAZIS
Cairo (JTA)Jews in Athen I
who managed to escape deporta-
tions to "death camps" in Poland
and had been hidden for many
months by non-Jewish friends
in the Greek capital under the
very nose of the Gestapo, are
now beginning to give them-
selves up to the German author-
ise s because of despair afld
starvation, it was reported here
by the Greek Information Serv-
ice.
The report estimated that
about 10.000 Jews succeeded in
eluding the Gestapo. Many of
them took to the mountains as
guerrillas, but others were hid-
den in Christian homes in the
Greek capital, or live under false
identity documents issued to
them by the Greek police. As
the food rationing becomes more
and more meager, the hidden
Jews prefer to surrender to the
Gestapo rather than draw on the
meager rations of their hosts. A
pound oi bread on the black,
market in Athens costs now
200.000 drachmas, the report
states.
FORD LAUDED FOR HIS
ANTI-SEMITIC STAND
AND AGAINST HATRED
New York (JTA)Henry Ford
was congratulated by the Friends
of Democracy for his recent
statement to the effect that
"there can be no lasting peace
where hatreds exists-' and that
"we must root out the philoso-
phies that create these hatreds."
At the same time he was called
upon by the same organization
to take positive action court
action if necessaryto make it
impossible to anti-Semitic prop-
agandists to use his name "to
create these hatreds you have
denounced."
JEWS
ORGANIZE TO SAVE
THEIR IIITtlESTS
Moscow (JTA)The organiza-
tion of a central committee of
Polish Jews in the U.S.S.R. un-
der the auspices of the Union of
Polish Patriots which is recog-
nized by the Soviet Government
was announced here.
The committee, which will re-
present the interest of Polish
Jews who have been living in
Russia since the outbreak of the
war in 1939, is composed of the
following: Dr. Emil Sommer-
stein, former member of the Po-
lish parliament who is now one
of the leaders of the Polish Com-
mittee for National Liberation:
Ida Kaminska, noted Jewish
actress; Rabbi Steinberg: Moshe
Broderson, Jewish poet; Efraiifi
Kaganowski, Jewish novelist;
Major Leib Finkelstein; Leo
Finkelstein; Ber Mark; Dr. Shul-
Iri.-nd; Dr. S. Sfard; Rabbi
Stshetatsh; Rachel Kron. Simon
Zakha Ziash; Joseph Rubinstein
and Moishe Melman.
JEWISH COMMITTEE IN
REPORT OF GERMAN'S
MASSACRE IN KAUNAS
Moscow (JTAKaunas, the
liberated capital of Lithuania,
where only about 1.000 Jews
have survived under the Ger-
man occupation, has been used
by the Nazis as- an extermina-
tion center for Jews for west-
ern Europe, it was reported here
by the Jewish Anti-Fascist Com-
mittee in a comprehensive sur-
vey of more than three years of
Jewish life under the Nazi re-
gime in Lithuania.
There were forty thousand
Jews in Kaunas when the Ger-
mans invaded Lithuania.
EXECUTIVE SESSIONS
FIFTH DISTRICT B'NAI
B'RITH SEPTEMBER 3-4
Substituting for the regularly
held convention on Labor Day
weekend, will be a meeting of
the Executive Committee of the
Florida State Federation of
| B'nai B'rith lodges. The gather-
ing will take place in Jackson-
ville on Sunday evening, Sep-
tember 3rd, and Monday, Sep-
tember 4th, according to Nat
Shorstein, vice president. This
is in line with the policy of the
Office of Defense Transporta-
tion, to avoid taxing of trans-
portation facilities.
Chairmen of the four stand-
ing committees and presidents
of the Florida B'nai B'rith lodges
will participate in the sessions.
Hyman Rubin, president of the
fifth district, and Julius Fisher
are expected to be present.
Washington (JTA)Ae-orien-
tation of the status of Palestine
may be cjxpected as a conse-
quence of the security conference
which opened this week at Dum-
barton Oaks.

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+Jmist Her Mian
J^E^IlAugust^"
BIRTHS
Mrs. MoiTis Plant, 923 S. W.
10th Avc\, has announced the
birth of a grandson. Michael
Philip, born to her children. Mr.
;md Mrs. Sidney Plant on August
19th.
Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Singer,
260 Jefferson Ave., announce the
birth of a son Aug. 22 at St.
Francis hospital.
BRISM
ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Eskin,
Stamford, Conn., are announcing
the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Miss Marcia Cynthia Eskin,
to Arthur J. Kal/. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel L. Kal/. Fair-
lawn Farms. Port Cluster. N. Y.,
and Miami Beach.
Searchlight Over Europe
BAR MITZVAH
The Brisk!) Of the sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Kaslick, ph.
mate and Ivirs. Seymour Fox.
warrant officer and Mrs. Herbert
Joseph, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
n, took place this week. Rab-
bi S. M. Machtci officiated.
The Bar Mit/vah of Stanley
! Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Mesh, will take place at
services Saturday morning, Au-
gust 26th at the Schaarei Zedek
building of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation. Rabbi
Simon April will address the
gathering. A reception will fol-
low the services
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Weiss Mrs. Celia L. Berliner is re-
i : Baltimore, arrived Sunday to turning to hei home at 541 S. W.
visil Mr. Weiss' mother. Mrs.} 24th Road after an extended visit
ph Weiss, 2440 Flamingo
Drive, Miami Beach, for about
Mr. and Mrs. Max Weitz wen
hosts at dinner Tuesday night in
V< rsailles hotel to Lt. Sidn< y
Stolman, USA. and Mrs. Stol-
man, who have just arrived from
San Antonio. Texas.
in the North.
Sol Lutsky is in New York on
a business trip.
Lloyd Ruskin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Dan B. Ruskin. 140 North
Hibiscus Drive, Hibiscus Island.
Miami Beach, is leaving August
29th to return to Georgia Mili-
tary Academy, where he will en-
roll for his second year as a
i adet.
John Lutsky. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Lutsky is convalescing
from an appendectomy.
Mr. and and Mrs. Des B. Hays
left by plain- for Chicago Thurs-
day to meet their son, Lt. Robert
Hays.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marko-
witz and family are vacationing
at the Drake Hotel on Lake
Michigan, in Chicago.
Sam Mizrahi, Miami Beach
lent, was tendered a hue-
well party last week by a group
"I friends on the occasion of his
:ig to make his permanent
home in San Francisco.
Irving H. Miller, 520 S. W.
22nd Road, is in Boston on a
combined business and pleasure
trip.
LOCATION OF OVERSEAS REFUGEES
TO BE SPEEDED BY NEW SERVICE
Dr. Leo Kupper, of Di Lido
Island. Miami Beach, has re-
turned to this city following a
Northern vacation.
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STARTS TUESDAY .
"LADY. LET'S
DANCE"
Louis Van Gilder Is .-pending
two weeks with his family here
as the guest of Mr. S.ulve (
Hose
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle are
leaving Thursday to spend sev-
eial weeks in the North.
MiSS Edith Pollock. 1560 Jef-
ferson ave., Miami Beach, has
returned from a two-week va-
cation.
Joseph M Lipton returned to,
the city this week following a ber agencies only.
Heartened by continued Ameri-
can and Allied liberation of Kurope,
people In the United States are
hopefully pressing inquiries to as-
certain the whereabouts of surviv-
ing relatives and friends uprooted
by ruthless German persecution
overseas.
To cope with the mounting vol-
ume of Inquiries and speed the lo-
cation of dispersed people overseas,
the National Refugee Service, in
cooperation with six other national
agencies, has established a cen-
tralized clearance service to be
known as the Central Location
Index, Inc., it was announced by
Charles A. Riegelman, President of
the NHS today. The newly created
Index, he stressed, would service
not individual applicants but mem-
visit with his wife and family
in tin Pocono Mountains. They
will return lure about September
10th.
for Rest
Convalescence
odChronic Cases
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UNO fOP. SOOKIIT C~
Following ;, business trip in
Philadelphia and New York.
Harry Rayvis and son, A. David
Rayvis are vacationing in the
Cal kill Mountains, where they
have been Joined by Mrs. A.
David Rayvis and daughtei Ca-
rol. They plan to return to this
city in about two weeks,
Lt. Irving A. Getzug is spend-
ing .. ten day furlough with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Getzug, 1580 S. W. litth Avenue.
Lt. Getzug was formerly sta-
tioned at Fort Benning, Ga
Rabbi Louis Swiskow and
family of Milwaukee are visiting
the rabbi's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Swiskow of this city.
Rabbi and Mrs. M. P. Gold-
berg. 542 Jefferson Ave.. Miami
Beach, are returning to the city
following a Northern vacation.
Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Becker of
615 West 47th St.. arc spending
SI VI ral clays in New York.
TALMUD TORAH CLASSES
RESUMED AT M. J. O. C.
Talmud Torah classes ol the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation have resumed
and n.eei daily at the
Schaarei Zedek Building start-
ing at nine a. m. Rabbi Simon
April is in charge.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
"By utilizing the facilities of the
International Red Cross and other
public bodies overseas," Mr. Riegel
man stated, "the Joint efforts and
resources of the outstanding refu-
gee aid agencies In the country Will
produce the most effective location
service possible."
A special location unit of the
National Refugee Service has been
set up to render maximum assis-
tance to individual applicants for
location service in New York City
and to local agencies and organi-
zations throughout the country.
With a Central File that is probably
the largest depository of informa-
tion In the country about retugees
and their friends and relatives here,
the National Refugee Service will
make Its extensive experience in
this field widely available.
In New York, the NRS has ar-
ranged for applicants to mail or
bring in personally requests for lo
cation to its offices at 139 Centre
Street. Outside of New York City
the agency has made available ap-
plications to its cooperating local
agencies and organizations which
in turn will make them available
to interested individuals in their
localities.
Upon receipt of an application
NRS will file with the Central Lo-
cation Index a registration card on
each individual sought. Lists of dis-
placed persons will be registered
in the file and will serve as an
additional source of location. These
resources will be the basis for
checking the inquiries now being
made by people in the United
States.
When a location is effected in
those cases which the National
Refugee Service has registered
with the Central Location Index,
(he International Red Cross and
other resources will inform the
Index which In turn will advise
NRS. The National Refugee Service
will (hen notify the individuals in
New York City who originally filed
the application. Outside New York
City the NRS will notify its coop-
erating organizations and agencies
which transmitted applications for
location from their communities.
Associated with the National
Refugee Service in this location
undertaking are the following or-
ganizations: The American Com-
mittee for Christian Refugees, Inc.;
American Friends Service Commit-
tee; the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee, Inc.; He-
brew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid
Society; International Migration
Service; and the National Council
of Jewish Women.
0*0tjt0*0&tt0t0t0tj^
Jewish Calendar
All Holidays and Fal Days begin
'" sunael ..f the daj p.....ling the
1 given bi low
19 4 4
ROSH HASMONAH
Monday, September 18
Tuesday, September 19
FAST OF GEDALIAH
Wednesday. September 20
YOM KIPPUR
Wednesday. September 27
SUCCOTH (First Two Days)
Monday, October 2
Tuesday. October 3
SHEMINI AZERETH
Monday, October 9
SIMCHATH TORAH
Tuesday, October 10
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PAGE THREE

. Wnnd ,, plans for Beth
'. ; ., : wPere announced
hfllllll l' ''" '.....:.... .,,.11 h..
Sholom
to "f?!? bv'Rabbi'Leon Kron-
I conducted by Hayman
"l""1 V". i ^icea will be
this W* !%KKi I.enn Kron-
S?dUa!.d Cantor Louis Hayman
*! i5 by a choir. Services will
fSfcS modern conservat.ve
'".Cha'.',l'nl I lien- are no plans
, Al P'u ale of HighjHoli-
SL'tiS Beth Sholom denter
K adopted rules and regula-
"whereby its members in
,10^ nSding received their
BgtsSoutany further pay-
ln- in addition they receive
gfyjloui school services for
the children.
A further innovation is also
mnounced. in that the pews for
hTlWn Holiday services will
lot be numbered or reserved.
St.nji ol the members during
,,V1,,, will be by order
,al ,,, attendance, under
the supervision ol an usher com-
mpians are being completed for
cia] junior High Holiday
i( e*-_______________
JUNIOR B. B. GIRLS HOLD
FIRST OPEN MEETING
The Junior B'nai B'rith Girls
Chapter of- Miami B< ach an-
nounce then Iiim open house
meeting ol the year on Auuu.st
31. at the Waldorf Town is, 9th
St., and Ocean Drive, Miami
Beach. All girls between the
ages of 15 and 18 are cordially
invited to attend. It will tart
promptly at 7:30 p. m.
The officers have recently
been elected. Plans for the eve-
ning have hem made by Miss
Serita Goldstein, who is Social
Chairman. She will be assisted
by Miss Theresa Fishman.
IE
SERVE-A-HOSPITAL BODY OF
GREATER MIAMI HELD MEET
A combined sewing and busi-
ness session was held at tin-
town YM & WHA, 1567 S. W.
5th St.. Thursday. August 24th.
by the Serve-a-Hospital commit-
tee of Greater Miami.
Due to the line work of the
committee, a large shipment of
articles for presentation to the
returnee patients of Finney Gen-
eral Hospital, Thomasvllle, Ga.,
will leave the office ol the Mi-
ami Jewish Welfare Board rep-
resentative, Nat Rothberg, by
September 8th.
Maunee Grossman, executive
director of the "Y" was host to
the ladies and served refresh-
! ments.
A. P. Cannes, director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education this
Week announced that with the
. immer months drawing to a
close. Hebrew Schools of Great-
er Miami once more are ready
to resume classes.
"During the summer months
children who attended the He-
brew Schools of the Beth David
and Miami Beach Jewish Center
Congregations made excellent
progress," he stated. "The chil-
dren, free Of regular school work.
were able to devote more time
to the Jewish .studies. Every
child attended an hour and a
quarter or more daily. The sum-
mer curriculum prepared joint-
ly by the Rabbinical-Teacher
Council and the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education was very success-
ful. An interesting feature of the
curriculum was 'Great Jewish
Personalities from Yochanan ben
Zakkai to Chaim Weitzman' pre-
pared by the rabbis and teach-
ers of the above schools with
the assistance of the Bureau.
The teachers report a lively in-
terest and success in this ma- ,
terial."
Registration for the fall sea-
son has begun at the Beth David
Congregation Hebrew School and
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
; The children, in addition to their
11 gular Hebrew studies, will be
given a thorough understanding
ol the High Holy Days during
this month. The schools are open
mornings, 9 to 12 a. m.
Several months ago the Rab-
binical Association of Greater
Miami went on record as en-
dorsing the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greater Miami and
its activities.
The Buxeau is planning to
conduct Jewish Education Month
throughout Greater Miami Sep-
tember 10th to October 10th it
was announced.
KOSHER KITCHEN HAS BEEN
ARRANGED FOR REFUGEES
New YorkA kosher kitchen
for the orthodox Jewish refu-
gees who arrived last week at
the Emergency Refugee Shelter
at Fort Ontario. Oswego. New
York, was arranged for by the
joint efforts of the Agudath Is-
rael and the Agudath Israel
Youth Council of America, it
was announced here last week
Mrs. Jules Pearlman and
daughter Joyce are vacationing
in Canada. Miss Pearlman will
enter her junior year at the Uni-
versity of Michigan in the fall.
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WE'VE MADE A HOST OF FRIENDS
and are showing our appreciation
with a 25% reductionand this at a
time when FINE merchandise is
HARD TO GET and EASY TO SELL'
at REGULAR PRICES. The sale of
beach merchandise is store-wide
(shoes excepted) and includes Suits,
Sports Coats. Slacks. Dress Shirts.
Sports Shirts long and short sleeved.
Hosiery, lisle and wool; Neckwear.
Handkerchiefs. lewelry accessories.
Pajamas. Underwear, and what's
more, all this apparel is iajfefen-
right to the minute.
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AT MIAMI STORj
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is
spiritual
OF BETH Sill
The appointment of Rahbi
Leon Kronish as the new rabbi
and spiritual leader of Beth
Shijlom Center, 761 41st St.,
Miami Beach, is announced by
Judge Morris Berick. president.
Rabbi Kronish is a graduate
of Brooklyn College, New York.
He received his rabbinical edu-
cation at the Jewish Institute
of Religion, New York City.
where he was ordained anil
awarded the degree of M.H.L.
From 1938 until 1940 Rabbi
Kronish was teacher and di-
rector of junior and intermedi-
ate activities of Central Jewish
Institute, 125 E. 85th St.. New
York City. From 1940 until 1941
he was educational director at
the Beth Israel Center in St. Al-
.. Long Island, N. Y. Since
1941 he has been rabbi and
spiritual leader at the Huntinu-
ton Jewish Center. Huntingdon
Station, I-ong Island. N. Y.
At the Huntmglon Jewish
Center, Rabbi Kronish took a
prominent part in organizing and
supervising a well-planned re-
ligious school and elaboral-
youth and adult program. He
was very active in communal
activities, a member ol the Local
ministers association, and of the
Rotary Club.
Rabbi Kronish is married, and
the father of a two-year-old son.
He and his family are expected
in Miami Beach August 31st.
He will conduct his first services
at Beth Sholem on September 2.
PMS CLUB HAS
n mum as
limn guesi
Lt. Chester H. Friedman, of-
ficer in charge of the post ex-
change at the Homestead Army
Air Base, addressed the mem-
bers of the Probus Club at then-
weekly luncheon meeting at the
Urmey Hotel, Tuesday, August
22nd.
Pointing out that the post ex-
changes do an annual business
running into the hundreds of
millions. Lt. Friedman said that
it was the aim of a successful
exchange to sell its merchandise
as low as possible. Many items
are sold below cost, and this
loss is made up on other items.
Any profits which may accrue
to an exchange are turned back
to the soldiers for their use for
entertainment, etc.
Following Lt. Friedman's talk,
plans were discussed for an out-
ing to be held at the Clubs new-
ly acquired fishing lodge over
the Labor Day weekend) Presi-
dent Ed Lovitz declared that Ihe
lodge has been repaired and re-
novated and is now ready for
the enjoyment of the members.
A. I. C. WOMEN TO COLLECT
SALVAGE AUG. 28-SEPT. 3
Responding to the urgent plea
of the Defense Salvage Council
for paper and tin cans, the War
Activities Committee of the Wo-
men's Division of American
Jewish Congress have set aside
the week of August 28th through
September 3rd for the collection
of these materials. All discard-
ed newspapers, magazines, and
tin cans may be deposited on the
premises of 1612 Washington
Ave., just south of Lincoln Rd.
The need for salvage is vita),
and greater than ever. Residents
and merchants are asked to save
all papers, and be sure to bring
them to the address mentioned.
Further information may be ob-
tained from Mrs. Salmon, 5-4418.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST
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CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT
By MURIEL LEVIN
Copyright. 1944. Jewish
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Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 1944
ELUL 6. 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 34
THE POST-WAR WORLD
Last week the American Jewish Committee, in a letter to
Secretary of State Cordell Hull, urged the inclusion in the
Allied peace terms of the principle that "Jewish citizens of ev-
ery land, fulfilling their obligations to their respective coun- g-J^g ^V^obiHf
In the past, Senator Robert R.
Reynolds has at periodic inter-
vale expressed himself vocifer-
ously in regard to the vicious
nature of aliens and the advisa-
bility of suspending all immigra-
tion to the United States. Of
late the self-styled leader of an
"American Nationalist Commit-
tee" has taken up the cudgels
with determination; he has ini-
tiated a one-man campaign to
'keep America for Americans."
With only a few months left in
officefor his constituents chose
he should not runReynolds ;io-
parently intends to make the
least of it. Thus far. he has had
very little success.
The thorny problem of con-
verting industry to a peacetime
basis was briellv made more
-------------------------TIDBITS FROM. EVERYWH
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
THINGS TO WATCH
The American Nationalist Party is boastina f
man on whom it depends to build up a powerful "^^
ugee. anti-Semitic and anti-CIO political campa "^ ^^
headquarters of this campaign are in Gerald V o ^
,: ~u: ti_______________ Smith's Dj.
. The mystery man is Joseph B. Kamp ,
- Kamp received a 4^J*
tries, shall be guaranteed the correlative right of Complete Reynolds,' A Serial, discussion
equality." The committee also offered its services to aid in V- .the ,0,lil'lvt' !'"T"S of Murray-
i Kiigore bill, which provided for
unemployment compensa t i o n
with the Federal government
setting the standards, and the
George bill, which leaves the
matter up to the individual state.
Was in process when Reynolds
rose on the Senate floor to make
his contribution.
"We arc called upon," he saidi
"lo make expenditures of bil-
lions of dollars to lake care of
the unemployed in this country.
I am very happy to be provided
the formulation of peace terms "which will secure a world in
which Jews, like all others," will be free to abide in peace
and honor.
Also, last week, the American Jewish conference submit-
ted to the State Department a four-point "International Bill of
Rights" with the request that it be placed for consideration
before the forthcoming Four-Power conference on post-war
and international security. The four-point "Bill of Rights" calls
for (1) full and complete protection of life, liberty, freedom of
worship and civil rights for the inhabitants of all countries with- tne opportunity of voting money
out distinction of birth, nationality, language, race or religion.
(2) equality of rights in law and in fact for all citizens of every
country, (3) the inalienable right of all religious, ethnic and cul-
tural groups to maintain and foster their respective group iden-
tities on the basis of equality and (4) the establishment of ap-
propriate and adequate national and international machinery
to secure the enforcement of these rights.
In an accompanying memorandum to the "Bill of Rights,"
the American Jewish Conference projected the argument that
since the old system of minority treaties and conventions had
not prevented certain countries from discriminating against
their Jewish populations and from depriving them of their basic
equal rightso situation it ascribed to the fact that the "inter-
national instrumentality of enforcing those guarantees was de-
fective and in some instances inoperative" it was essential
that the proposed "Bill of Rights" be guaranteed by the nations
of the world and that it be embodied in a universal covenant
among the nations, or in a series of international covenants
among certain groups of nations.
Thus two of the leading Jewish organizations in the United
States, each with divergent outlooks on Jewish problems, have
agreed in principle that the restoration and security of Jewish
rights in the post-war world is a problem for the peace confer-
ence. They differ, if at all, on the manner in which the equality
guarantees shall be enforced. The American Jewish Confer-
ence urges that the Bil of Rights be guaranteed by all the na-
tions of the world, while the American Jewish Committee ar-
gues that the correlative right of complete equality for Jews
be guaranteed by the inclusion of the principle in the peace
terms that Jewish citizens of every land have equal obligations
and equal rights.
SYNAGOGUE PLANS
HUT SEHS
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Eation this week an-
nced plans for the coming
High Holidays, which provide
tor service to be held in both
of the Congregation's buildings.
Rabbi Murry Grauer, of the
Yeshiva Isaac Elchanan will be
guest rabbi, coming lure from
New York to lead the spiritual
; -ion of the services. Rabbi
Grauer is a graduate of Colum-
bia University, and a former ed-
ucational director at Fort Tyron
Jewish Center.
Cantor Berele Kallenberg,
whose reputation is of national
renown, has been engaged to
chant services, it was announced
by Leon Kaplan, president of
toe Congregation. Cantor Kallen-
berg has officiated in some of
the largest Congregations in this
country and abroad, having
served more recently communi-
ties of New York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore.
Rabbi Simon April will con-
duct services at the Schaarei
Zedek building, 1545 S. W. 3rd
St., and will also chant at serv-
ices. Rabbi April served in that services
A. D. L. COORDINATOR
MAKES VISIT TO MIAMI
Richard E. Blucstein, national
coordinator of the Anti-Defama-
League, visited the Florida
regional office during the past
Week in order tO diSCUSS With
Alex Miller, regional director,
the proposed intensification of
tne ADL program in the South-
1 !li ar<. Prior to their com-
ing to Miami. Mr. Bluestein
Mr. Miller spent a week in At-
lanta discussing current prob-
lems with community Lead
At the same time they led a dis-
cussion panel for the B'nai
B nth women's auxiliary
On Wednesday Mr. Bluestein
returned to Chicago
RABBI MESCHELOFF TO BE
HONORED BY BEACH BODY
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
spiritual leader of Beth Jacob
Congregation. Miami Beach will
be honored at a Shalosh Seudas
Saturday afternoon at the Con-
V T'^iA &e Bl"th Jacob
Vddd Hakashruth. Tribute will
of ht .ff' !hc/abbl in behalf
ol his efforts during the past
five years for the group.
capacity last year, and his re-
ception at that time insured his
serving ,n this capacity for the
coming Holidays.
u2Vutff gggjq* is sit-
S W i7ttht. Con*re*aton. 590
/ens. But I am opposed to tak-
ing money out of the pockets of
United States citizens and pro-
viding employment or upkeep
or maintenance for any aliens.
I believe that the taxpayers of
this country are sick and tired
and disgusted with having to
pay lor the maintenance and for
the employment of those who
are not' American citizens." He
went on and onand proposed
amendments providing that; a>
No alien shall be employed in
any capacity in the administra-
tion oi this act unless he has
served honorably in the armed
forces ol the United States.
His lirst amendment was ac-
cepted. But Senators Pepper
Barkley, Taft, Downey, and
finally George, each pointed out
the injustice of withholding un-
employment compensation to
which aliens as well as citizens
are entitled because they have
worked in the United States.
Reynolds was forced to with-
draw his amendment.
Then he went on to the Im-
migration side of the picture,
Reynolds has a peculiar habit of
'rounding out" figures to suit
his purpose. He complained that
there are in the country now
between five and six million
aliens who have not thought suf-
ficiently of this government to
make application for citizenship
Though just a few weeks ago
the Department of Justice is-
sued a release stating that the
alien population now stands at
3.400,000, the smallest recorded
in 35 years. He complained that
580.000 aliens have come into
the U. S. since Sept. 1939
though an analysis of that figure
by the Immigration and Nat-
uralization Service long ago
proved it was invalid. He pro-
posed as solution the stoppage
oi all immigration until hvu
years after the warnot resist-
ing the opportunity to take a
swipe at the President's i l
lishment of the emergency ref-
ugee shelter at Fort Ontario
senators Revercomb and Dan-
am r offered vigorous protest of
..relevancy. When the vote was
taken, Reynolds was defeated
again.
MISS PINKHAM SCORES IN
WQAM RADIO PROGRAM
Miss Muriel Pink ham, singer
ov< r radio station WQAM was
'"'' ived so enthusiastically on
her appearance Saturday morn-
mg, August 12th for the Little
Songsters MIAD program, that
^"appearance was re<,u,
bne was again heard last Sat-
urday, August 19th
itf>F FiJ. DEAN SPEAKS AT
WAR TRAINING COUNCIL
tJ^Fj- Wc'l. of "the Universi-
ty of Florida College ol El I -
neeruig, was among the group
of speakers who took part here
this week m the first State War
the'w^r Munc"- SPonwred1 g
m an effort to study effect ivp
training methods for fullestT33?
Ration, Dean Weil discussed en-"
gmeenng-science manaeemon*
war training. m*nagement
troit office
tioned in Washington
when Ford refused to cooperate with him fma^ndallJT 8
is organizing an anti-Semitic political party as vet
that will act as the propaganda outlet for the AmJitamlff
alists ... He is readying two anti-Semitic books Th V
plan is blue-printed to go beyond the present presidential
paign, and is designed to hit on all cylinders after rtj 2
come back from the battlefields Victor Riesel ft,2
coumnist. broke the news about the coming carnation I*
for some reason refrained from branding Kamp
SIDELIGHTS ....
Enemies of Sidney Hillman. head of the CIO Political J
tion Committee and America's first labor leader are tr
undermine him by emphasizing that he once studied X
rabbinate When the Tucson, Ariz., Daily Citizen iZ*
that Hollywood's Helen Gahagan should run for CongressT
der her real name, and not use one dreamed up by a ns.
agent, was it in the hope that Miss Gahagan would jdentfr
herself as Mrs. Melvyn Douglas, or that she would use her h^
band's original name, Hesselberg-and thus become the Z
get of the anti-Semites among her political opponents? The
Gestapo has officially announced that its work of clearinq Hot
land of Jews has been completed ."There are no more Jew,
at large in the Netherlands." the Nazis proudly proclaim
Fritz Mandl. who is the great manufacturer of Argentina's Fas-
cist military machine and a friend of the Nazs. is a rather re-
pellent character ... Born in Austria of Jewish parentage he
became a convert to Catholicism, and is now an Argentine
citizen ... He was once decorated by Mussolini for supplyinq
him on credit, with ammunition for his Ethiopian campaiqn
He did plenty of business with Hitler, too ... No wonder Hedy
Lamarr divorced him about ten years ago In Hedy's Holly-
wood, incidentally, they're now saying that, to judge from
their performance on various European fronts, the Germans
sure are master racers.
WORDS AND MUSIC ....
Don't miss Bernard De Voto's "The Easy Chair" in the Aug-
ust issue of Harper's ... It throws new light on Boston's incipi-
ent pogroms Franz Hoellering, whose new novel. "Fur-
tough, we hope you'll read, is one of the few who openly de-
lied Hitler and lived to tell the tale ... As editor ol a Berlin
Newspaper, he printed, on a single page and without comment.
a collection of the various mutually contradictory official Nazi
account of the Reichstag fire Of course. Hoellering didn't
stay m Berlin long after that ... A most interesting Red Sed
Mecord Album is that featuring Yehudi Menuhin and Georges
tnesco in the Bach Double Concerto in D Minor Aside
rom its musical value, that album has the specal signficance
that Enesco is the man who taught Menuhin how to play the
violin The first public performance of the concerto by these
two artists dates back some seventeen years, when Yehudi
was a youngster of eleven.
ABOUT PEOPLE ....
Jack Lait, pinch-hitting for Walter Wnchell, reveals that
one of Hollywood's top producers has changed his religion"
The arrival in Hollywood of Beatrice Kay, niece of the late
Samuel Gompers, for a part in a forthcoming film recalls lo
us that the movie capital once toyed with the idea of a bio-
graphical picture on the famed labor leader ... So what hap-
pened. ... So an important incident n the screen play was an
interview Gompers had had with President Wilson-and from
there the production staff went off on a tangent that eventually
brought them to the filming of the current picture "Wilson".
Menashe Skulnick, long considered the greatest comedian on
me Yiddish stage, will make his English debut on the vaude-
vile stage this fall.
PROFILETTE ....
Bennett Cerf, publisher of'Random House About forty--
gashing, unpredictable, never boring Very handsome---
t-njoys immensely whatever he does New York born, of A!
sation Jewish ancestry Graduated from Columbia's School
of Journalism Writes a column for the weekly Saturday
"eview of Literature, and another for the monthly Esguire .
nis style is zippy, versatile and humorous Some years ago
tTI8imarJied to SYlvia Sidl">y. the movie star ... Now he*
the husband of Phyllis Fraser, a cousin of Ginger Rogers the
Hollywood queen Always wanted to become a publisher,
vl,, V \His oppressed desire is to be an author He*
very much interested in Jewish problems, but more theoretic-
ally than concretely ... A thoroughbred liberal.
WEEKLY GIGGLE ....
,ho Mm overseQs comes the news of the secret weapon wj
the Nazis count on to save them V-5 is its name-of "
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PAGE FIVE

Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
WtfHlNCJTON NOTES: The
illicd Security Conference
\>h is now opening in Wash-
ington will not pnly^ discussJhe
c
, also^with-the; future^of
'"Idion of eq"al r'8hts for Jew,^
riost-^rq Europe, but w.l
in P05.1 ...;,u the. fntiirp nf
Palestine
.In fact, we have
Jcund to believe that President
l^ivelt will invite American
St leaders to the White
HouS fr u talk nPale,stnc
K* before the opening of the
Sfcunty Conference, or during
fhe sessions of the conference
Anxious to secure an en-
durng peaee. the delegates to
Z: Security Conference are also
nterested in settling the Jewish
Son ">ce and lorever m a
nv Which will prevent any
future Hitler making it a spear-
head for a future war There
vl>! be no differences of opinion
hetween the Allies as to the pro-
SJion of u Bill of Rights
wh'ch central Jewish organiza-
i:ons are urging as measure to
nrotect the rights of the Jews
after the war And there s
'ittle difference of opinion be-
tween the Allied governments
alo with regard to the future of
Palestine There is good
ground to believe that England
and the United States have al-
ready reached an understanding
with regard to Palestine And
Zionist leaders who know some-
thing about it, feel quite certain
that this understanding is fully
acceptable to Jews ... It coin-
cides with Zionist wishes for a
Jewish State in Palestine and
stipulates that such a state would
remain und< r a joint Anglo-
American trusteeship and pro-
tection for some time How-
ever, the Soviet Government
which is in principle supporting
the Anglo-American decision
with regard to Palestine, wishes
to see tiu toithcoming Jewish
State under an Anglo-American-
Russian trusteeship, since Pales-
tim ;s tin' back door to Russia
. This Russian demand will
be part-and-parcel of the dis-
. on Palestine when it will
ip in fore the Security Con-
ference which will, naturally,
hold its session in camera.
*
POLITICAL TRENDS: The
best indication that the British
Government has finally decided
on Palestine's future is the fact
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that it sent Field Marshal Gort,
the new high commissioner for
Palestine, to Vatican City to dis-
cuss the question of a Jewish
State in Palestine with the Pope,
who also has an interest in
Palestine Another indication
is the very important informa-
tion reaching me privately that
a high Soviet official took the
initiative of inviting a leading
Zionist personality and to con-
vey to him Stalin's views with
regard to Palestine ... This was
done after the Kremlin has
learned all the details of the
discussions on Palestine held be-
tween American and British
diplomats during the recent visit
to London of Acting Secretary
of State Stettinius ... Mr. Stet-
tinius brought with him a very
important report from London
and indicated to American Zion-
ist leaders that parts of this re-
port may be made known to
them by the State Department
after President Roosevelt ap-
proves of it ... As the Palestine
problem is approaching a solu-
tion, the non-Zionist members of
the Jewish Agency are deter-
mined more than ever to see
to it that they are given the
1 fifty per cent partnership in the
Agency which is due them .
Correspondence on this subject
may soon be initiated between
' Judge Proskauer in behalf of the
non-Zionists and Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the Jew-
ish Agency ... A reader from
Detroit, Abraham Cohen, is try-
ing to help me to establish the
identity of the leaders of the
recently-formed American Coun-
cil on Jewish-Arab Cooperation
. He believes that Seymour
Melman. president of the new
organization, is an Avukah lead-
er .. He points out that the
Avukah, Zionist student organi-
zation in the United States, was
opposed to the Biltmore Declara-
tion and was eventually aban-
doned by the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.

RUSSIAN ECHOES: Anyone
who wishes to understand just
what it was that made the Rus-
sians drive the German armies
so successfully all the way from
Stalingrad to East Prussia must
read Ilya Ehrenburg's "The
Tempering of Russia" The
book, published by Knopf, gives
you the soul of the Russian peo-
ple in war time and under try-
ing conditions ... It is an in-
timate journal of thirteen months
of war The worst thirteen
months ... It is made up of
a collection of articles written
by the author chiefly for Soviet
newspapers plus a number of
characteristic letters from Rus-
sian readers written to the au-
thor From this collection
one gets a clear insight into the
spirit of Russia during the first
year of the German-Russian war
when everything seemed so
black for the Russians Most
of the articles will, no doubt,
make a tremendous impression
on American readers as they did
on their readers in Russia
American Jewish readers will be
especially moved by Ehrenburg s
appeal to the Jews of America
made "as a Russian writer and
as a Jew" ... It is in this appeal
that he calls American Jews not
to stop their ears and not to
shut their eyes to the Nazi bes-
tialities against Jews in tile Rus-
sian cities which the Germans
held before they were driven out
... In one of his articles he de-
scribes his meeting at one rail-
road station in Central Russia
with refugees who escaped from
German-occupied cities in the
Ukraine ... And he relates some
of the fearful stories they told
himhow the Nazis buried alive
aged Jews and murdered Jew-
ish children The book as a
whole, however, is devoted to
the Russian determination to see
Germany defeated The read-
er will find no Communist prop-
aganda in this column which ex-
presses rather Russian .national-
ism than internationalism
The only internationalistic note
in this book is Ehrenburg's high
regard for America, France, Eng-
land and Sweden which he does
not hesitate to express openly
and warmly.

DIPLOMATIC TALKS:
1 hough united in their efforts
to win the war, Britain and the
united States do not see eye-
to-eye on the question of rescu-
ing more Jews from Nazi Europe
while the war goes on There
is a good deal of bickering now
going on between Washington
and London over the question of
accepting the offer of Regent
Horthy of Hungary to permit
the emigration of Jews from his
country to various lands .
While the United States is ready
to accept the offer in full and to
declare that it wishes to help all
the surviving Jews of Hungary
to seek refuge in Allied and
neutral lands, Britain insists on
accepting the offer in principle,
but in limiting the number of
Jews to be taken out of Hun-
gary This British view is
due apparently to nothing else
but the fact that England for the
time being is not ready yet to
open the doors of Palestine to a
large number of Jewish refugees
who can still be saved from per-
secution Consultations are
in the meantime going on be-
tween Washington and London
on this subject, and it is ex-
pected that by the time these
lines are read a definite British-
American announcement may al-
ready have been made This
despite the fact that the entire
rescue program may soon under-
go a substantial modification,
since the Balkan countries have
now relaxed their anti-Jewish
persecutions making it possible
for Jews to remain there without
fear for their life.
Our Fitrn Folk .
By HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright, 1944, lewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
Denouement: That "French"
thrush, Yvette, who tingles the
antennae to the delight of thous-
ands of dialers, was born in
Brooklyn: And her real name is
Elsa Silvers! Oh, well ... a song
by any other name is still a
melody.
Screen debut of Lilliputian Sid-
ney Skolsky occurred at Sch-
wab's Drug Store, known to the
natives as the Schwabadero. It
is a famous local spot where con-
gregate hard drinking soft-
drinkers. Columbia selected it
for a Hollywood "Snapshot" .
and Skolsky was caught in the
lens passing out ice cream cones
to a group of G.I. peaches.
"Zum Rhcin, Zum Deutschcs
Rhein:" The British Broadcast-
ing Company is broadcasting to
Germany a record, made by Ger-
man war prisoners in England,
in which the has-been soldiers
appeal to the home folks and
their comrades-in-arms to rise
against Hitler, Goebbels, et al,
and sue for peace with the Al-
lies.
Billy Gilbert donated to a group
of pilots, is now in Alaska. They
report him an excellent mascot
and have renamed him Igloo.
Capt. Maurice "Buddy" Adler
avidly devours news from home.
So to keep him informed, Mrs.
Adler (Anita Louise) writes him
an hourly schedule of events
every day. One hay she absent-
mindedly penned in a line from
the movie script she was study-
ing: "Helped heat baby's bot-
tle." By fast mail came the Cap-
tain's reply: "When did I be-
come a father?"
Keep on buying War Bonds.
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Service Stripes: Groucho hop-
ped to San Francisco to see son
Arthur off on a Coast Guard mis-
sion. Jack Benny arriyed ;ti New
Guinea to begin a tour of the
southwest Pacific bases. Lt.
Commander Eugene Zukor, in
charge of the Navy's public re-
lations department here for the
past three and a half years, has
been transferred to the Wash-
ington Bureau of Personnel.
Dinah Shore is in England to
; cheer up the boys. Eddie Cantor
, gave a speech to the Los Angeles
i Advertising Club on "The Purple
' Heart Circuit." Mark Hellinger
returned from a three-month
wai -correspondent stint in the
I south Pacific. Itzie Bitsie, the
I huge St. Bernard dog which
Selznick Anecdota: With DOS
again in the limelight with his
super-super special, "SYWA," it
is not out of order to reveal the
first awkward flappings of this
gigantic production bird. Selz-
nick's first attempt at movie
making as a short, starring the
heavyweight, Luis Firpo, the
"Wild Bull of the Pampas." Fir-
po was in the midst of training
for his championship bout with
Jack Dempsey when Selznick
had the wonderful and original
inspiration of contracting him
for a picture. He approached the
fighter's manager discovered
to his surprise that the price
was $1,000 a day. Young David
had but $500 ... so he bought
an afternoon of Firpo shot a
quickie called. "Will He Beat
Dempsey?" Before anyone could
l answer that question. Selznick
! had sold the film rights for $3,-
I 500 and was embarking on an-
other idea.
He would inveigle another
I popular personality into celluloid
shorts. Rudolph Valentino, act-
! ing as judge of a Madison Square
Garden Beauty Contest! that
' would have boxoffice appeal.
1 And it didSelznick's movie
profits swelled to $5,000.
Mad* From Fresh Oranges
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25


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1 M J. ii
David Boar passed away early
Friday morning after a lenthy
Illness, at the age of 26. Son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Boar, com-
munal workers, of this city, he
actively served during his life
time in many Jewish causes and
organizations. Ho was active in
New York in Young Israel and
Young Judcah, and upon his
arrival here six years ago took
part in the Miami Zionist cn-
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath of
Brooklyn, and a close friend of
the family, also participated.
Cantor Isaac Jacobson chanted.
Sidney H. Palmer personally
took charge of arrangements.
B'nai B"i ith officers conduct. .1
grave-side ceremonies at the
Woodlawn Park Cemetery, with
Louis Heiman and Leon Kaplan
in charge.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Qeraldine Boar: his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Bear; B sister,
Mrs. Bernard Klein ol Brooklyn,
and a ludthor, Pvt. Henry IT.
Bear, who is in an army hos-
pital ill the South Pacific.
Pallbearers included Leon
Kaplan. Harry Pearl, FYed
Shochet, Lewis Croon. -Max
Kifas and Sid Wassciman.
SOKOL
Maul Ii e I Bokol, II, -i" I Tues-
duj in in- home, I 108 Euclid \ i
\:i.uin i leai li Shi \ It in'-' lire hli
and i son, Burton, both .>f V
i.... bi nthi Pi '"'> and
IIui both "f '"' ''''' lv>"
Hintei-8, M'- Edith Heller, ''I
.iii.i Mi Bvelj ii Ir.i.]-11.--11. of i
(nut, whi re i he bod) wai si hi b)
1: Meinorliil i lini" I
GROSSMAN
IVIi i I iroNxnian. ''.. of '" Clh
SI Miami It" .i Ii. !" i m ;i
hn.|uliil Sin \ i\ Inn are lib Ife, Ml
man, .1 1 riaus, I
M Selma, both ..1 Mian II
I,roth. Hi hi, 1 nil 1 ii
. \i Uitj r ledl Hid, Mi
I Will \l: Lillian
., : ..' New York Servici
1 11 1: -.. id Me 1 nor la
,1 i.il in Mi. Ni l".
. .-
V> HECHT
|ih Unfit. 1 v ol : !S M .1
Inn \\. \i Res led H ln
'.. j-ir.iI Sm 1 .\ i' .
vi ind Mi .-.....i< 1 Heeht,
, .1 iwii Inili. i.-. Hi man and Mi
.,11 ,.1 Miami i:. hi h Servic-i .-
11 !! Ma Itivi do Mi
l.iI hapi'l nil burial 1 On
1. w h cenii
deavors. He was a tireless work-
er ni tlv Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation, which he
servi 1 ecretary, He was
a member ol Sholem Lodge,
B'nai B'rith. and an organizer
and executive director <>f the
Miami Fashion Council. He was
associated with his father in the
garment manufacturing busi-
ness, and one ni the initiators in
expanding that industry 111 this
area.
An over-flow gathering of
some 200 friends and associates
was present Friday afternoorf at
services at the Palmer Funeral
Chape] to pay last respects to
the deceased. Rabbi Max Shapiro
ol Beth David Congregation of-
ficiated at the services Dr.
David Stern, distinguished visit-
ing rabbi who is Dean ni the
CALL MEETING OF WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION OF M.J.O.C
A meeting ol the combined
momlii rship ni the women's or-
ganizations nt the now consoli-
dated Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation 1 n called by
Mrs. Huso Zalis president. The
gathering will take place Thurs-
day evening, August 31st, at
the Synagogue, 590 S. W. 17th
Ave., starting at H:30.
RESERVATIONS URGED FOR
BETH DAVID MEMBERSHIP
Officers ol Beth David Con-
gregation are urging thou mem-
bers tu make reservations for
seats for the High Holidays as
early as possibli. Mrs L, Mar-
gulies, secretary, \t accepting
reservations at the office, plume
2-1473.
A Word to the Miami
Community
THE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND
MEMBERSHIP OF THE
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG.
proudly announce its consolidation with Schaa-
rei Zedek and now offers one united Orthodox
Synagogue for the service of this community.
Due to the anticipated attendance, facilities to accom-
modate all desiring to worship with us are being provided
with complete High Holiday Services in both edifices.
Services at Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590
S. W. 17th Ave., will have Rabbi Murray Grauer as guest
Spiritual Leader, with Berele Kallenberg, renowned Cantor,
chanting the services.
Services at the Schaarei Zedek building, 1545 S. W.
3rd Street, will have Rabbi Simon April as Spiritual Lead-
er, and he will also chant the services in addition to
preaching.
Early reservations are suggested. The seating com-
mittee will be at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., every evening from 7 to 9:30
o'clock excepting Fridays and on Sunday mornings to aid
you in selecting seats.
It is our purpose to make the services as stimulating
and enjoyable as possible.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG.
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
JEWISH CHILDREN WHO
SURVIVED IN VILNA ARE
BEING LISTED BY AIDS
Moscow (JTA)Though the
number ol Jews who survived
in Viln.i. including the Jewish
partisans, is very small, it was
[earned hero that many Jewish
children were rescued in \ IBM
by non-Jewish residents who
gave them shelter during three
years of German occupation,
representing to the Gestapo thai
these children wore members ol
their own families
Most of these Jewish children
had lost tluir parents who wen
either deported or executed by
the Germans. A registration ol
such children is now being con-
ducted w ith a view to establish
tin ir identity and to restore
them tu members ol their family
who may have survived m con-
centration camps m the liberated
parts ot Poland.
NAMESOFJEWS KILLED
BY NAZIS IN POLAND
RELEASED BY MOSCOW
MOSCOW (JTA)The first list
ol name'- "t Jews murdered by
Gennans in the "extermination
camp" in Majdanek, near Lub-
lin, was secured hole this week
by the correspondent of the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency from the
Russian authorities investigating
the Gestapo annihilation of m-
nocenl civilians in the liberated
Lublin area.
The list contains chiefly names
ni French Jews, transported to
Poland and killed in the 'death
chambers" ol the Majdanek
camp. Thus far only one record
hook with six hundred names
has been made accessible to the
press. Scores oi such books with
thousands of Jewish names an
. xp< cted tu be "deciphered"
within the near future,
Rabbi Bliezer Silver of Cin-
Cinnati, president of Keren
Hayishuv, the Palestine Relig-
ious Fund, announces the ap-
pointment ot Rabbi Herbert S.
Goldstein of New York City
as chairman of the National
Campaign Committee of Ker-
en Hayishuv.
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BEACH RABBI HAS
RETURNED TO HIS
IN THE CITY
Rabbi Moses Mcscholoff has
nun nod home alter an absence
(1f six weeks during which time
he attended the Bernard Revel
Graduate School of New York
Where he took graduate work to-
wards a D. H. L. (Doctor of
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| tendered a report for the State
of Florida and took active part
in the Constitution and Organ-
ization Committee. Ho also
served as co-editor in the pub-
lishing ni the 'Sermon Manual"
produced yearly by the Rabbin-
ical Council of America, which
will appear in punt by the first
of the month.
Rabbi Mcscholoff also attend- i
ed a number of meetings of Miz-
rachi and Jewish Educational
Organizations and preached at
the Fox Street Synagogue in the
pulpit of his father-in-law, Rabbi
Dr. Lazar Schonfeld.
He was joined by Mrs. Mes-
cheloff for the last two weeks of
his stay.
IN COUNTY
.11 In; i .
Dade i u ii 1--1..M.1., "
No l_';.v|
IS iwti; i ik MONTE Ifuw
FORESTER, I tec-eased "" K"
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ma.,
APPLICATION FOR HN*, E
DISCHARGE
x..tIce is hi
filed my fl isl report ind ;
'> final I., i .. lls A,|,,
ni Hi.. estate ,,| \Ki\tk \|\
FORESTER, deceased .r.
the 85th da> n( September
win apply to the Honorable w ?
it.-
i,v.\
111.,!
Blanton i ount> Judnv ol Dadi
ty, l-l.iu.l;,. f, ;i|,,,mV:i| ,,f ..
rei mi and for f nal dli ha i< .
mlnlstratoi .,i th< i:-.,.
MA.'Ki.V.v |.-..i:i:sri:i:. ,,,
This L'L'n.l .In ill I
ItoitKirr i-Mi'i;-
MAX It. RIL.VBK
A i 'in ii..\ for Vdn 1.1
v :'. :i i .8-13
ART EXHIBIT BY TERRY ART
GALLERIES IS NOW OPEN
An art exhibit of oils, water
colors, pastels, and sculptures
will lake place at the Terry Art
Cilleries. 2100 W. Flagler St..
starting August 20th and con-
tinuing through September 4th.
The entire exhibit is the artistry
I wounded and disabled vet-
erans now hospitalized at the
Biltmore in Coral Gables. The
Galleries are open daily Includ-
ing Sunday from 10 a. m. to
9 p. m.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
kii.i: ;
Notice I* li. i.in given thai ERN-
EST UN Wool) THOMAS, li..1.1.1 hi
assignee ..i Everglades Drainage
i 'i-.ii i< t Tax 'vrtiflcata Numbi 11 il
dated the Isl da) ..i June, A
11 "i-\ has riled wild i'.i mi. ate In
mj nfflce, .hi.i tut-. in.i.i.- application
i..i tax deed to Issue thereon In ac-
dai wiiii |R s.ii.i Pertlfloate
ii-t-n the follow ma des. i Ibed
II Kloi Ida, i.. w a
!>! :".'. in... u in.
Uwn, a Reaub Plal
I'age i, in the Count]
State ..r Florida.
ili.- assessment ..f aald property
under the said Certificate issued was
III Jhe n.mi. ol Mii.iiitKK WBKER
i nlesi -.mi Certificate .-hail be >
i according to law, lax mil Issue thereon on the Nth day '>'
Septembi i. a I > It4t,
i"i'.i tins i,'ith day t August,
a t inI
R H I.KATIIKKMAN
Clerk ..f Circuit Court,
i lad* <'.iiiiii\ Florida
lt\ N BTERRETT,
i' Hcull .Court Seal)
H i-::. ;i 1-8-13
IN THE COCNTY JCDGE'S .
IN AND FOR l -\ i -i: COVSTT !
I'M.nltlliA IN PROBATE
No. I3M7
In It--: E8TATE OF JOHJi T
IIKVN'i 'l.l'S. |.......
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'.. All Credltoi and All I
I lav Iiik < 'lalnm in I..
s.u.i Estati
You, and li ( you, .ir. I
notified and requii i .i I......
.i.i i ms a nil den i nil* u hi. h
elthei of you, m... hn\i
estate .-f JOHN P ItEY.NOL
. .1 late ol New II.
ConnectU'Ut, |o the Hon. ff f,
Blanton, Count] Judge |
i 'ounts. and file the k.....
flee in the '. intj Courtb
I lade <"..in.i- Ploi Ida, with
cab nitai iMi.ntiis fi..in thi
fli st publication ii.....f. Bali I
..i demands t.....ntaln th -
dress "f the claimsnt and w bl
swoi ii to and ] led ai al
.i ni.- will |>e han ed > |
120 ..f the 1933 l". bati Act
Date August .'. \ I1 isii
max i: SILVER
,\s Anclllan Adm i A|
..I the Estate ..f John P ft"
i......- 'i
.max it SILVER
At tome) f..:
Administrator
R/4 11-1S-2S______________
NOITCE OF APPLICATION POR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1M
File A8207
on. Bald ei tlflcsti emw
follow Ins described property J| '"I
Coiilitv of I'.i.l. Sl.it. "' "' I
ix>is ^ and ift. Blocli "
dona Park, a Sub., riai Boo
l>ag it. In the County of n*
State ol P> Ida ,, ^,,i
The as------nent of aW ;
under the aald certificate WM
name of THOM \s u !-
Cnleaa aald certificate "hall I
deemed according to law. eity described therein will bi
...: i.,..i...., hiH.i.i si Ik"
lh.
I
Semlnole
Rook 16,
oi Dade,
1> C
Nolle* Is hereb) given that the
in.1.1 ..ikii.-a. deslrfna to i'iikuc- In
l.iislii.s. Hi.l,, (he flctltloua name of
innAU. PAINT DIBTRIRCTINd
' '' fl [10S :.th St., Miami Beach,
nori.ia. intend* to reflate) said name
in the Offfce of the I'lerk of the < "li-
sun Court of | md,
MORTON
I.EON KAPLAN
ah.mi. v f, VppHcant
''. .iintv. l-'li.il.ia
HIIIENSTEIN.
Bole na on
Notice is hereby Riven that the
undersigned, deslrfna to engage In
buslnesa undei the fictitious name ol
OPOZNACBR COMPANY, at
E Int Avenue, .Miami, Klorl.la.
to register ai 1 i the Clerk .,f the Cln uit
i>f Dade County, Florida.
i.i:i: OWEN
li i OWEN
l-E-.X KAIM.AX ""'"""
Attorne; foi Applicants
v I-11-1I-2S I i
RZl X
Intend
office
Couri
highest blddei si tb.
.|.,se door ...i the first M
the month of September, l
la Hi- Ith ..... nf s. i- ;';;;. I
Dated thla Ixt ilaj *fS
K H I.BATHERMA>
Clerk of C
Dade '"" '" ', ',';l'-r-
llj s i- STERREn
(Circuit Court Real)
I/4-11-1S-SS
IN THE COCNTY ]}*}*%
IN AND P>R EAgECOli
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
, ,.,, BSTAT*io ?WhesM
brk rfe I
t. ah Creditor* and *" '..<|


Having Clalma
Saul Estste: ,,
Y..U. and each "
notified and required i ; v,,u orl
claims snd demanda ul"'.
either -f >"". 1":iV:vh,.y iuK.'MSli'
estate of STEPHEN K ,.,,,. p-l
deceased, late ''i;!'. I- i
Ida, to the Hon. w. .,,. w|
County Judge ol i *<* /,.". I
file the same In his "
rountv Courthouse in .. <
Florida, within elgh ,
from the date "f the ^JSH I0|
hereof. Bald rlalmj "' ,^,ii-"i
contain the legal addrejs of ts^ I
ant ami to I"' **" '^n,* will *
sent-.l as aforesaid, or ,,, il
barred. Bee Section i-"
Probate Act n ,544.
Kate AugUSl I, ,\...-,si\H
MARIAN BBwJl k-
Aa Administratrix of ,,.
STEPHEN. K HIM-IMX"'
MAX It s-,;VI';K.,l,ii-'
Attorney roi a11""
g/ll-U-/l--------r^fT^ I
NOTICE 18 MEI buirf|
the underciKiK-'l '"'' ,,..- n I
Iness under the *}'% I
ZION FOOD ''I'-V i'i '<
DEPARTMENT ; ,,,;,
Avoaue. Miami ;','\,,.i
Intend t res Isle lh, .
name In the offlci ;',u(|,
ii,,. Circuit "u"
Kloi Ida.
..1
BAM ,'vl;l:!'K,,!s!lA^
Ml KIM 0R0| ,
Attorney for_Ai>i>'"
7/2SS/4-1I-U-2-'


r^AY^UGUSTj5,
1944
+Jewistifhridian
PAGE SEVEN
^^.xszigzr* "TStt-&->- -
01 The Jewish Welfare Board
Seip u. K^pTRecordT^rSe/SfESS WOUNDED IN ACTION KILLED IN ACTION
SERVICE
PARADE!
CRT ALLAN MILLER IN
gcther in the same fox-hole, and
id*- ;", IPTTFP while he was there praying, I ,
INTERESTING Ltlltn was digging. That was when I Glasser of 1045 Per lcal ^OI
happened to think how Eddv Av,,....., Miami BcS recent" In Italy'
Pvt. Daniel P. Schulman. 23, Lt. Edward I. Hirsch, 24, of
of the Bronx, N. Y. Member of Charleston, S. C, in Italy.
a tank destroyer outfit, he was ---------
wounded in North Africa and Lt. Herman Goodman, 22,
wounded again at Anzio Beach- Army Air Forces, of Jamaica,
head. While undergoing treat- n. y. In Italy. He had received
ment in a hospital in Italy, he the Distinguished Flying Cross
was wounded once more when for acriai heroism,
the hospital was bombed. He
has received the Silver Star and
Purple Heart.
Cpl. Leonard G. Glasser, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman H.
Capt. Harry H. Block, 27. Med-
ical Corps, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Lt. Irving Lerman. 25, Army
Air Forces, of Cleveland, O. Over
England. Bombardier-navigator
aboard a Martin Marauder, he
held the Distinguished Flying
Cross, Air Medal and 3 Oakleaf
Clusters.
Sgt. Donald E. Liebman. 20. of
Cable, Wis. Over Holland. He
airbase Was an aerial gunner, had enlist-
ed at the age of 18.
Pfc. Harry Rutzinsky, 23. of
the Bronx. N. Y. At Cassino.
Posthumously awarded the Pur-
ple Heart.
mp
Glasser is
uni fnlks I feel uretty good TXr'V1 "" Chaffee. Ark. Cpl. Glasser is Pfc. I
B^^~ SmfM! Sftt^ t
u-..und on mv neck is -"vTHLi1 .1 taay- Ht read :i Medium tank, he is now a gun-
Pfc. Hyman Zima. 20, of Long
Beach, N. Y. During a raid on
Lt. Herbert R. Lakow. 25, of
Brooklyn, navigator and squad-
ron leader. Over Stuttgart. He
held the Distinguished Service
Cross, Air Medal, Purple Heart
and Oakleaf Cluster.
The wound on my neck is
healing up pretty good. It will
just leave- a small scar. Lucky?
And how.
By the way folks, yesterday
while in town I saw Queen Mary.
ag visiting a dentist, and I
saw her as she got into her car.
Ma. Ann wrote me that you
and liked it.
Ma, Eddy was one of the boys
in my squad. I hope to God he is
alright. I felt sort of close to
him.
Ma dear, when I was hurt, ev-
gur
ner in a General Sherman tank.
Lt. Jack Ross, 20. of New York
City. Over Brunswick, Ger-
many, on his 6th mission over
Miss Lillian Conn, residing at
i215 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach
has been accepted for Cadet
eryone said it was a miracle that Nurse Corps training at Beth Is-
I came out alive. Somehow, rael Hospital, New York. A
Ma, I think I know why I am graduate of Miami Beach High
thick I will be sent home now. j^ere today getting along so well, school, she will report September
ear, I know how much you Ma and unc]Ci i hope you en- 15th for the 2Vi year course. She
would like that, but when I come jny reading this little letter. I participated in many school and
the world will be a better place thought I would write something athletic activities at the Beach.
to live in for millions and mil- different. Something close and ---------
lions of people who nave : intimate to the men who are Correcting an error appearing
out there in Normandy.
Please write. I will write
again to you soon.
Lots of love from
Your Loving Son.
Allan.
Cpl. Murray Friedman. 19, of Europe.
Brooklyn, N. Y. While on a re-
connaisance party as one of a Cpl. Merril E. Canter, 29, of
group of Rangers at Cisterna, Pittsburgh, Pa. In a ferry corn-
Italy, he was trapped by cross-
fire behind the German lines.
Pfc. Leo Goldstein, 27, of Chi-
cago. Marshall bdands.
mand plane crash. Cpl. Canter
had been serving as radio oper-
ator.
Pvt. Marvin N. Gillman. 19, of
Union Pier. Mich. Anzio Beach-
head.
Lt. Car Carson. Jr.. 23. of Hart-
ford, Conn. Navigator of a bomb-
er operating against Germany,
Liet. Carson had served with the
R.A.F. before being transferred
to the American Air Corps.
and suffered. Ma. you
know what I mean. I will be
.>.::. the nst of the boys when
Hitler and his so-called "super-
are clicking their heels
noxore. God, how I would love
-. that!
Ma, everything you wrote me Buy War Boners and Stamps to ing.
believe. Yes, Ma, it was a help preserve Democracy.
miracle, and I was holding on to ________________________
a lucky star. Isn't it strange,
Ma, that 1 had asked for Aleck
.: that time?
Ma dear. I will always remem-
<,! the hoys that was with
!;-;< He was always praying,
.,r.d when we had services around
our fox-holes his heart would
[ ui >ut all his troubles. Then
he would say to me. "Al. I feel
so much better now."
Ma, one day while the boys
wi-re at this service I sat in my
fox-hole thinking. Thinking how
seme of the hoys were around
in a circle praying, and the rest
of us were digging our holes
deeper. This boy, Eddy, was
there too, praying. We slept to-
Lt. Edward Greene, 26, of Lict. Carson was affiliated with
on the Service Page last week, Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy. Pur- Beth Israel Congregation of
is the fact that Burnett Roth. ple Heart Hartford.
former president of B nai B nth ______ ______
of this city, has been transferred Sgt. Martin R. Goldman. 23, of Pf. Soomon R. Fedman. 24. of
to a Battalion as Bn/Sgt. Major. New Britain, Conn. In a raid on Brookyn. N. Y. In Italy. Purple
He is stationed with a headquar- enemy-held Europe. Heart,
ters detachment at Camp Bland- ______ ______
Sgt. Lester Klein. 27, of Ar- Cpl. Saul M. Merson. 21, of
verne, N. Y. Marshall Islands. Brooklyn, N. Y. On a transport
The Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee wants in-
teresting letters received
from those in service. These
will be used for publication
on the Service Parade Page
of The Jewish Floridian, the
daily press and national
publications. Send original
or copies of these letters to
the Army Navy Committee,
Box 2973, Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk are. what
they are seeing and doing.
KILLED IN ACTION P^le Heart.
in the Mediterranean.
Sgt. Herbert Friedman, 32, of
Brooklyn, N. Y. On a transport
sunk by enemy action in the
Mediterranean.
Seaman Irvin Victor Fantl.
USN, 37. of Chicago. 111. During
the battle of Tarawa, when his
ship was torpedoed and sunk by |^go
the enemy.
Sgt. Sam Labokitz. 22, of Chi- Lt. Irving Traugot, 22, of Lau-
cago. Over England. Purple relton, N. Y., in a bombing mis-
Heart. He also holds the Dis- sion over the Admiralty Islands,
tinguished Flying Cross and Air He was co-pilot on a B-24 Liber-
Medal, and has completed 54 ator.
missions in the European theatre. ---------
-------- Pfc. Hyman Gossman, 37. of
Lt. Harold R. Levant, 26, of New York City. His transport
Heart.
Over Germany. Purple was sunk by enemy action in the
North Atlantic.
Pvt. Harold Pomsovy. 24. of Lt. Leonard Moriber 27.
Chicago. On Bougainville. Pur- Brooklyn, N. Y. In Italy.
pie Heart.
Lt Hyman Adler. 24, of Hazel-
ton, Pa. Over Germany.
of Pvt. David Mandel, 26. of
Brooklyn. In Italy.
Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
Name..._________________
Home Address___________
Street
Birth Date....._____
Serial No.-
City
State
Birthplace-
Civilian Occupation.
Date Entry
In Service....._______
City State
Marital Status----------
Date
.Discharged
Btanch of Service......
full name of nearest kin_______
Relationship......._____Address _
Information Transmitted by____
Telephone number____........_____
Rank or Rating
Pvt. Howard Albert, 22. of
Woodside. L. I. Killed during the
invasion of Sicily when he drag-
ged wounded buddies to posi-
tions of safety in foxholes under
direct fire. Silver Star and Pur-
ple Heart.
PALM BEACH NOTES
MRS. MART SCHHEBNICK, lapwntattve
Cpl. Arthur Altman. 26, US
MC, of Chicago. In the Solo-
mons.
Halpern-Wise
The marriage of Miss Madalyn
Halpern and Capt. Stanley A.
Wise, Jr., was solemnized by Dr.
N. Herman at Temple Beth Is-
rael Sunday.
Miss Geraldine Halpern was
her sister's maid of honor and
Sgt Leo Baranik. 23, of New Ensign J. Davis, Miami, was his
York City. Over Germany. brother-in-law's best man.
--------- Capt. Wise has just returned
Pvt. Sam Bassoff. 29, of the from India where he went with
Bronx N. Y. In Africa. the 49th Fighter Group from
--------- Morrison Field in January, 1941.
Cpl. Sidney Becker, 25. of Au- a reception was held at the Ho-
rora, HI South Pacific area. _______________
Pvt. Murray Belabin, 21,
Brooklyn. N. Y. In Italy.
of
Cpl. Fred N. Berkowiti. 27. of
Cleveland, O. In Italy.
Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through
the Co-Operation of
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160 E. Flagler Street
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ALFAR
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Fee the Best fa Dairy
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WEST PALM BEACH
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Among out-of-town visitors
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Stanley A. Wise, Philadelphia;
Ensign and Mrs. Edwin J. Davis,
Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abish.
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Samuel
Cohen, Brunswick, N. J.
J. Goodmark. of Goodmark's
Mens Shop, has returned from a
northern trip.
President I. Glasser of Beth El
Congregation, and Harry Good-
mark were hosts to the Congre-
gation, SPARS and Servicemen
in honor of Jerry, young son of
Mr. Goodmark.
Mrs. Jennie Martz is visiting
here after an absence of several
months.
Beth El Sisterhood sponsored a
card party Sunday at Sher Me-
morial hall. Mrs. I. Moss and
Mrs. H. Green were hostesses.
Beth El Sisterhood sponsored
a card party Wednesday night
at Schwartzberg hall.
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PAGE EIGHT
vJewisli tlcrklian
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
MARX
-by-
FEINBER
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
First, an apology for missing
last week's edition. I know that
both of you. my dear readers.
must have missed me. The un-
varnished fact is that I was in
bed ill. I believe that the regu-
lations permit me to be ill one
week out of a year.
I received a letter from Bro-
ther Lou Heiman which enclos-
ed the following communication
from the Treasury Department:
"May I on behalf of the Treas-
ury Department extend sincere
congratulations upon the suc-
cessful conclusion of your sub-
marine chaser campaign. Sales
totaling $3,378,874.25 on a goal
of $2,000,000 is a tribute to the
aggressiveness of your organiza-
tion in tins worthy program that
is so vitally a part ol the war
effort.
"We are making immediate
certification to Washington
sources and trust that it will be
possible to have two submarine
chasers designated in a year near
enough Miami to permil youi
organization to take part in
launching ceremonies." Signed
W. W. McEachern, state chair-
man of the Florida War Finance [
Committee, Treasury Depart-
ment. Jacksonville, Florida.
It is certainly gratifying to re-
ceive an acknowledgment direct I
from headquarters on a job well
dune. More bouquets to Brothel
Heiman, if any there be left.
Labor Day week-end ap-
proaches and I believe the State
Federation is meeting in Jack-
sonvile in committees and not will bt
by way ol convention. The State country
6ORDO1V
i
rome
p7IO S. W. 12th AV MIAMI-,
\-JiL 3-343U
YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
WE OFFICIALLY REPHSfJT
THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN
JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES
Hoimalnn Gladly Fumnhtd on Requttt
SERVING MIAMI BEAGN I MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
f' 24 HOUR
AAtBUCAKCtSSfjfW
Mf
I WANT MY MILK
And Be Sure If
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Strert
Federation has not been in ac-
tive as m the past due to trans-
portation restrictions but the
existence of the Federation is
necessary to the vital growth of
the order in our States. I can
recall that most of the stimulii
received by local chapters came
through the State Federation. I
knew that this condition will
prevail in the future and I there-
lore urge all committee members
to attend in Jacksonville, if
possible.
At the same time the state
convention of A.Z.A. will be
in Jacksonville and from the
latest reports the boys have pre-
pared a wonderful program for
Visiting B'Nai B" Kith members,
it you are m the vicinity in
Jacksonville over Labor Day l
urge you to attend some ol the
sessions of this convention. You
will be surprised at the manner
in which these young boys ad-
minister.
It is interesting to note the
progress made by iiu hospitality
committee ol Miami Beach ami
although this i.- strictly not a
B'Nai B'Rith project most oi
the movantS are members of the
Lodge- To some ol you nailers
who are not acquainted with our
work and who are in business
in Greater .Miami. I cannot too
strongly urge that you lend your
cooperation to this project. The
impressions that the rehabilitated
service men receive from the
attitude ol the Greater Miami
residi nts and the business men
carried throughout the
. and this i.- a great form
ot .-eii insurance to make a
small sacrifice ot an unneeded
pi"! it in make it easier and more
pleasant tor these service inn.
Any instances oi good will will
not be publicized to any extent,
but as the past has shown and
a- you well know, it any instance
of profit or greed is brought to
, the attention of the press
cerning one of us.
never end. Let's cooperate and
lend this good will gesture to
the betterment ot our communi-
ty. The cooperation you can lend
is to offer a reasonable discount
, to service nun and when they
(nter your establishment extend
! yourself to make their purchases
pleasant. Up until now this has
been anything but the rule.
Apropos ot the above discus-
sion, we would like to dedicate
the next few lines to Brother
Sol Goldstrom. This brother has
been active in B'Nai B'Rith cir-
1 tor over 50 years and during
the past 10 years on Miami Beach
alone, to the knowledge ol the
writer, his every action has been
along charitable lines. Sol has
served on every Miami Beach
committee for the service .,| the
community and has given un-
stintingly of his time and ef-
forts for the promotion of any-
thing that is charitable. His ac-
tions are reflected in the com-
mendations received not only
from the city of Miami Beach I
but from the head oi communal
workers throughout the state
His altruism is exceeded by none
g* ^is other virtues of which
he has many, and we in the
Lodge are extremely proud to
claim Brother Goldstrom as one
of us.
Bei \ i< for
nounced foi the
follows:
BETH DAVID
Conservative. 135
Miami. Krlilaj
: |5, HntuidHj
the week-i ltd u
(i renter Miami
CONGREGATION.
M. W. 3rd Ave..
nini; nervier* i'
morning at
Rabbi Max Shapiro ill deliver .1
sermon. Kvenlng services al 7:1a
o'clock.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach FYlda) evening m vlci
al 7:15 o'clock: Huturda) morning al
Rabbi Moses Metcheloff "ill
preach Cantor Maurice Mamches
will chant the service Religious
Bel.....I Mondnj through Friday, :< :i
III. t.i noon
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative.
1415 Euclid Ave. Knbalas Hhabbo*
ImhI.i> evening ;ii 7:11 Huturda)
morning services al 9 Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will |ir< id..... Mi.- week I)
,1101111.11 ..| Hi. law Cantor Emanuel
held Bark .in ill chanl I hi
time All mindei.
Mi ~ Vl.niinii Kngi I,
mitsvah. Shall
7:1.1 i' mi. lo be r- 11
l'i ayei
Notes Of
Y. M. H. A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
si i \ Ices mi ihis
i of Mi and
U ill In i .-III.' I..O
i'Udos
nwed li> evening
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI. Re-
form. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
Regular services, HYIdaj evening al
S:15, Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will con
Iiu I Hi. servlcei and Rabbi David
Raab ( Beth Sholom 'ting IjoiiI
\ illt Ky ill he guesl S|n
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON
GREGATION. Orthodox. 590 S. W.
17'h Ave.. Miami Services Sched
I ni. a for l'Yiii:i\ .it ; 15 p m
Sillurdaj iii s .i m and 7:15 p m
Hhalosh Seudos will be followed b)
Muarlv l tally sei \.....t ,.i K 30
and 7:25 p. m.
Schaarei Zedek Building. 1545 S.
W. 3rd St.. Miami. I'm i kenlllg
sei v i. es bi gin .o 7 30 Sal u da
morning iii 9 Mincha and Maarh .it
. Id p in
Bar mitzwih of Donald, -"ii "I Ml
and Mrs William Mesh,
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
servative. 761 41st St., Miami Beach.
Services are w hi -l lied r,.i l'i Iday
c\ cuing .it 7:1 Hal n daj moi nlng
sei > I. -. u ill I,. In l,| ,,| ,
Old Timers' Night
A good, old-fashioned barbe-
cue and dance are being planned !
now to be held at the Town Y, I
1567 S. W. 5th Street, Miami, on '
Labor Day Eve. Sunday eve-
ning, September 3rd. Everyone
is invited to this gala affair
old time members, non-members,
pioneers, new members, men,
women and children. The af-
fair will be held on the grounds
at the Y and everything will be
In. of charge. A good orchestra
has been obtained to provide the
music for dancing, and the feat-
ure of the evening will be NO
SPEECHES!
Harry Schwartz is chairman (
of this affair and his committee
members are: Mrs. Sidney Step- I
kjn, Mrs. Minnie Uvino n I
Stash and M,s. Pe .. Wiv4
The committee hnfbecnTS?)
>ng diligently and a5e 1^9
an outstanding evening* US oI
Those of us w1
liated with thv.
years in the past well rL^'l
the arduous "- Member.
1 hose of us who hav<7'k. I
Misted with theTfoV^;
SchwartYTn" fiff *4
ganization. and know that Hail
Will give US the tVDC nf^fl
that will do the Y'Tredi *"*
On behalf of the Y, 1 IwJ
you to attend and do a K
square dancin' between hebV I
of barbecue. If, go tot?
humdinger of an evening and
you 11 really be sorry }
dont attend and particiok Z\
the festivities. Re se,n' io^therll
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
i i his column is oondncted by the
(ireater Miami .n-wish Federation In
..cooperation with The .It-wish Florid -
c(iii- ':,M ** community aervlce, To inform
the tale will "'", l;"""""""-v of >'""" oimuilziitiun's
n'^vllu-s anil to avoid conflicts In
'I'its, j.hfine ^-:,411 and ask for
Community Calendar." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
liics.lay fur publication tliat Week)
Monday, August 28th
Meeting .,t the board >.f directors
of the Bureau ..f Jewish Education
llene-h V. I Uncoil, Road, \ |i in'
Sunday. September 3rd
Old-Timers' N'ight, .Mi,on] v. i ,.,;
H \\ 5th SI H mi |. in
New York in the summer is
sultry and the heat waves shim-
mer 00 the pavement in the
glow of the afternoon sun. I
felt, at times, that I was back
m Florida, and not only because
of the heat. A native New York-
er, I ran into more people I
knew from this area than from
my erstwhile home town.
Affable Harry Zuckernick was
B chance meeting on Broadway,
and my wife and I spent a
pleasant two hours with him at
Lindy's: While there a few more
Miamians greeted us. The next
day, I ran into Louis Ossinsky.
Bnai B'rith leader of Daytona
Beach.
Stanley Myers and Sam Blank.
I met one morning at a Joint
Meeting f representatives of i
National Agencies in the office
I of Frank Weil, president of tfc,
| Jew.sh Weliare Board. The meet
mg demonstrated how much '
terest there is nationally about
Miami. Both Sam and StoB
| played an active part in the da-
cussiona and contributed vital I
thinking to the plans formulated.
On my return to Miami. I wail
gratified to note the large bill-
board prominently displayed be-
fore the First Federal Bank
Building. If you have not al-
ready seen this stirring repre-
sentation of Democracy in ac-
tion, I urge you to do so. Of
particular gratification to me b
the knowledge of the pan that
this office played in arranging
for this display, although major
credit should go to J. Harold
Matteson of the Miami Round
Table. Harold is an earnest, hard
worker, and a fine fellow as
well.
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JULIAN IS ELECTED HEAD OF
COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
Leo S. Julian, who has been
acting president of the Dade
County Bar association for near-
ly a year. Thursday was elected
president of the organization.
Other officers chosen Thurs-
day were William M. Preston
first vice president; William A
Lane, second vice preside nt
I vie D. Holcomb, third vice
president; Samuel J. Kami, r
treasurer, and Henry K. Gibson-'
secretary.
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Dependable, Conscientious Service
A committee ol six white of-
ficials and six negro leaders or-
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he-.l,. ,HI,S""?' n'''"';"' and
health facilities. The newly
formed group will hold its first
""'""K "ex! week to seek ac-
tion o ;i broad program for
proving racial harmony.
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