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MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1944
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IIII. I. TO STUDY
Mew York Consideration of
the problems of political anti-
Semitism and the dangers in-
herent i i Jews in post-war eco-
nomic dislocation will highlight
the discussions of the second
nlcnaiv session of the National
Community Relations Advisory
Council to he held Saturday
thruiifch Monday, September 9-
11 at the Hotel Waldorf Astoria,
[t was announced by David Sher.
chairman. The fifty-six repre-
sentatives of five national and
seventeen local community civic
protective agencies will also hear
reports oi five sub-committees
membership, public relations, in-
terfaith. legislation and policies
and objectives of the NCRAC
as a part ol the plan of the Na-
tional Community Relations Ad-
visory Council to implement its
program of coordination and
clearance in the field of civic
Another feature of the sessions
will In .i discussion of the trends
in anti-Semitism and a report on
recent studies and scientific re-
search m the field.
Attending the sessions will be
five representatives from the
American Jewish Committee the
American Jewish Congress, the
B'nai B'rith, and the Jewish La-
bor Committee and two repre-
sentatives of the Jewish War
Veterans and each of the sev-
enteen member communities.
BEFORE THEY RETREAT
London (JTA)German au-
thorities in Poland indicated
that they will kill and incarcer-
ate all the inmates of the notor-
ious O s w i e c i m concentration
camps, as well as of all other
camps, prior to retreating from
the territories in which the
camps are situated, President
Raczkiewicz of Poland was in-
formed this week in an appeal
Thousands of Jews are still
being held in the Oswiecim
camp where 65,000 Internees have
been exterminated in special
'"death chambers" since its es-
tablishment two and a half years
ago. Jewish women are interned
in a special camp in Bidkenau
klfown as "the Women's Divis-
ion" of the Oswiecim camp.
ON FRENCH SOIL
KILLED FIRST JAP
New York (JTA)Sgt. Werner
Katz, 24-year-old Jewish refu-
gee from Germany revealed this
week how he became the first
American soldier to kill a Jap-
anese, alter the Allied drive into
Burma began last winter.
A member of Merrill's Ma-
raudci famed jungle fighters,
Sfit. Katz, who has returned on
furlough, related how he was
leading a reconnaisance patrol
down a jungle path when three
Japanesi appeared before him.
Katz killed the leading Japanese
and then fled from the machine-
gun of the other two, although
"1 was wounded in several
Interviewed at the headquar-
ters of the National Refugee Ser-
vice, Sgt. Katz disclosed that de-
spite his wounds he continued
the 750-mile trek of the Maraud-
ers which ended with the cap-
'ore ol tin large Burma base of
Prior to the Burma campaign
JUtt fought, at Guadalcanal,
wrth. he said, was
A Marl,Ud message from the
W;|i Department several months
dK" concerning Katz's wounds
"Ported that he had been killed.
dl>a his brother here sat "shiva"
' ral days until a correc-
,1(>n was received,
"UNIVERSAL GOLDEN BOOK"
w HONOR OF WFJZMANN
,*fMlem (JTA)The Jewish
Geneva (JTA) Autonomous !
Jewish units are fighting in the
ranks of the French forces of the
interior in Lyon, Toulouse, and
other sections of France still oc-
cupied by the Germans, it was
reported here this week. One
BUch unit battled the Germans in
Paris, the report said.
Several thousand young Jews
have joined the FFI in Haute
Savoie, where Jews are among
the leaders of the operations
against the Germans, the report
stated. The Jewish units fighting
in the Lyon and Toulouse reg-
ions were received with much
acclaim when passing through
the villages, it added. In all sec-
tions of France liberated by the
Vichy anti-Jewish laws were im-
The Swiss press reports that
the Gestapo is moving Jews
from French concentration camps
to Germany. The Gazette de-
Lausanne reports that 750 Jew-
ish women and young girls went
through the French city of Bel-
fort last week en route to camps
in Mulhouse, Friborg and Bheis-
gau. They were from a 'Jewish
concentration camp" near Paris
which the paper describes as "the
most abominable camp imagin-
Organization of a Southern
Section of Jewish Community
Centers, Y. M. H. A.'s and Y. W.
H. A.'s is now in progress and
will be officially launched at a
two day conference in Atlanta,
Ga., on Saturday evening and
Sunday. September 23 and 24,
it is announced by Donald Ober-
dorfer, of Atlanta, vice-president
of the National Jewish Welfare
The action follows months of
planning and a series of meet-
ings in which Jewish leaders
from nine states participated.
Mr. Oberdorfer said.
Jules J. Paglin, president of
the New Orleans Y. M.-Y. W. H.
A., has been named program
chairman for the conference.
The new group, which covers
the states of North and South
Carolina. Georgia, Florida, Ala-
bama. Mississippi, Tennessee,
Louisiana and Arkansas, will ap-
erate as a regional section of the
board, Mr. Oberdorfer stated.
Matthew Penn has been named
field secretary of JWB to serve
the Southern section and is now
working with the program com-
mittee arranging the opening
In addition to serving as the
National Association of Jewish
Community Centers and kindred
organizations. JWB is a member
of the National U. S. O., and is
the authorized national body to
serve the armed forces and dis-
abled veterans, Mr. Oberdorfer
Formation of the Southern sec-
tion follows years of effort on
behalf of Jewish Centers in the
Southern area for a regional
body of their own, Mr. Ober-
dorfer stated. "As members of
JWB our Jewish Community
Centers have always received
help and guidance in our work
from the national body," he said.
"We feel the need, however,
for a more localized regional or-
ganization, geared to give direct
service to the Jewish Centers in
our area and for a number of
years we have been asking JWB
(CONTINUED r\M PAGE 4)
LIBERATED IN ITALY. TO
JOIN RUSSIAN ARMY
London (JTA)Farewell to a
group of Czechoslovak Jewish of-
ficers leaving to fight with the
Czechoslovakian Army in Rus-
sia was given here at an im-
pulsive military service held
"somewhere in England."
The officers are the first
Czechoslovak Jews liberated in
Axis Europe. They had left
Czechoslovakia for Palestine in
1940. Then ship was sunk and
they landed on an unoccupied
island in the Mediterranean.
Italian polits intercepted their
S. O. S. signals they flashed by
means of hand mirrors. They
were taken later to internment
on the mainland at Ferramonti.
where they were freed by the
if IS STILL
B-Msaiem (JTA)The Jewish
^tiona! Fund has decided to
Hj* the 70th birthday of Dr.
j-ncim Weizmann, which is to
on Nov. 27. by
-iing a "Universal Golden
Sail lne Proceeds of which
*'". D(' devoted to a special land
Project in Dr. Weizmann's honor.
RED ARMY CAPTAIN IN
REPORT ON RESCUE OF
JEWS BY JNHABITANTS
Moscow (JTA)Many Rus-
sians and Ukrainians in the city
of Odessa were lauded here oy
Capt. S. Eisenstein, a Hi-<\ Army
officer, for risking their lives
to shelter Jewish families dur-
ing the years of German-Ruman-
ian occupation of the Black Sea
Capt Eisenstein, who arrived
here from Odessa, told how a
Russian engineer, Leonid SUV-
orovsky, in addition to hiding
twenty-two Jewish families, a so
organized a 'factory' where false
identification documents W rj
"manufactured" tor Jews n or-
der that they could pose as i on- |
Jews and be spared Axis torture
and extermination. Suwrovskys
activities were discovered bv the
Gestapo and he was arrested and
sentenced to seven years at hard
labor, but on the eve of his a
rest he managed to transfer I
hidden Jewish families.to a new
hiding place and they all sur
vived to be liberated by tin Kus
Buenos Aires (JTA)-Tht As-
toria cinema has begun a
week run of the German film.
Jew Suess." the violently an
Semitic production of the Otr
ma,, propaganda department.
Jerusalem (JTA)The Zionist
Revisionist Party of Palestine
this week addressed an appeal to
Jewish extremists to cease then-
terroristic attacks against gov-
ernment institutions. It stressed
that these acts are harmful to
the Jewish cause.
The appeal, published in Ha-
mashkif. official Revisionist or-
gan, says: "Again we must tell
the youth that this is not the
right way. The recent outrages
are not useful to the Jewish peo-
ple and its aspirations. Such
acts not only detract the worlds
attention from rescue problems,
but also the attention of the
Terming the terrorism sense-
less the appeal continues: "Shots
and explosions silence the clam-
our of our brethren in need.
Those who think otherwise are
mistaken. Since those who have
chosen terrorism speak about
Hebrew patriotism, they ought to
listen to the voice of the people
and not assume the authority of
determining the Jewish policy at
their own discretion, a policy
which is in conflict with general
Stockholm (JTA)Reliable in-
i formation reaching here this
! week from Budapest reveals that
Hungarian authorities, cooperat-
ing with the Gestapo, resumed
the mass deportations of Jews
from Hungary immediately after
it became known that Rumania
I had joined the Allies and turned
against Germany and Hungary.
Cattle trains loaded with Jews
left Hungary for "unknown des-
tinations" during the past week.
1 despite the promise by Regent
i Hoi thy to King Gustav of Swed-
en that Jews yould no longer be
deported from the country, a rc-
I port received here says. Vari-
' ous sections of the Hungarian ad-
1 ministration are now working
against each other, but the Ges-
tapo exerts the determining in-
fluence, the report added.
The Swedish government, per-
turbed by this report, indicated
that it intends to send a special
delegate to Budapest in an effort
to halt the renewed deportations.
Prominent Hungarian Jews
reaching Stockholm, however,
I doubt whither the efforts of the
I Swedish government will have-
PALESTINE IN DILEMMA
OVER JERUSALEM HEAD
JEW ACTS AS MAYOR
Jerusalem (JTA)The politic-
al situation in Palestine became
] more complicated this week as
! Daniel Auster. Jewish deputy
' mayor of Jerusalem, automatic- l
! ally became acting mayor of the
' city following the sudden death
| of Mustapha Bey Khalidi, the
I Arab mayor.
Mayor Khalidi, whose anti-
Jewish remarks at an Arab may-
ors' conference in Jaffa recently
provoked a walk-out by Jewish
members of the Jerusalem muni-
cipial council, died of a heart
attack. He was 71 years old.
Khalidi had been mayor of Je-
rusalem since 1939.
ARRIVES IN ENGLAND
London (JTA)A Jewish unit
from the Palestine military forces
has arrived in Britain for special
training, it was reported here
this week. ,
The unit, which is command-
ed by four Jewish officers head-
ed by Capt. Joshua Licht. is
composed of soldiers drawn from
the Palestine companies which
gained renown in the battles in
Greece, Crete, and North Africa.
Several members of the unit are
graduates of the Hebrew Uni-
A BEST investmentA United
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Moscow (JTA)Gen Ivan D.
Cherniakhovsky. Soviet com-
mander of the Third Byelorus-
rian Army which is now at the
gates of Germany, is not a Jew
despite the fact that he is being
hailed in the United States and
in England as a Jewish front
commander, it was established
here by the correspondent of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
The correspondent checked
and rechecked on Gen. Cherniak-
hovsky's genealogy, aided in this
work by Soviet Jewish leaders
who. after a thorough investiga-
tion, declare that Gen. Cherniak-
hovsky "is positively non-Jew-
It was taken for granted here
that CJ e n. Cherniakhovsky's
name was confused abroad with
the name of the Soviet Jewish
General Mikhail Cherniavsky.
Lieut. General Mikhail Cherni-
avsky. who is well known in
the military world abroad as a
tank troop commander, is one
Of the Soviet commanders of the
Second Baltic Army and has to
his credit many victories over
th< Germans on that front. He
comes from a poor Jewish family
in Kiev, and his father, Leib
Cherniavsky, is reported here as
having been engaged under the
Czar "in a purely Jewish pro-
fessionin raising and pressing
grapes and selling Sabbath
JEWS IN ROME DO
IT WANT TO BE
CITIZENS OF ITALY
Rome (JTA)A meeting of
Jewish refugees in Rome con-
vened this week by the Intergov-
ernmental Committee for Refu-
gees to announce the offer of
the Italian government to grant
citizenship to stateless persons
was converted by the majority
of the 150 refugees present into
a pro-Palestine demonstration
and concluded with fervent sing-
ing Of the Hatikvah.
Speaking in Italian, Sir Clif-
fort Heathcote-Smith, represen-
tative of the Intergovernmenta
Committee for Refugees urged
the Jewish refugees to accept
the offer of the Italian govern-
ment. He pointed out that over-
seas countries are reluctant to
admit immigrants and might
continue the same policy after
the war is over.
Many refugees, he continued,
are anxious to go to Palestine.
But Palestine is "very limited
and could not receive all those
who desire to enter it. he added.
He illustrated his remark with a
handkerchief, declaring that Pal-
estine is not larger than a hand-
kerchief and presents a very
In suggesting the Jewish refu-
gees accept the offered Italian
citizenship, the representative of
the Intergovernmental Commit-
tee assured the meeting that his
office will handle all the formal-
ities and that material assistance
would be forthcoming to enable
those accepting Italian citizenshTp
to get a new start.
The consensus of opinion
among the refugees at the meet-
ing was that the offer of the Ital-
ian government should be ac-
cepted by those having roots in
Italy who could be absorbed so-
cially and economically, but that
this offer was no solution for
the majority of the Jewish refu-
gees who happen to be in Italy
only by chance.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Waller an-
nounce the arrival of a baby son
last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ler reside at 2903 Sheridan Ave.
Mrs. Waller is a daughter of Mr.
;md Mrs. David Honoroff.
Mr. and Mrs. William Cutler,
226 Jefferson Ave., announce the
birth of a son on Aug. 29 at St.
Mr. and Mrs. Seelig Schwartz,
J'40 Jefferson Ave., announce the
birth of a son on Aug. 23, at St.
Miss Marvelle Adler has re-
turned to Miami after complet-
ing a course at Traphagen School
of Fashion. New York. Miss Ad-
ler. daughter of the George Ad-
lers, 1941 S. W. 18th St.. will
enter the University of Miami
in November as a sophomore.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nathan-
son, Miami Beach, are taking a
vacation at Scaroon Lake, New
Miss Dorothy Grossman and
M. H. Browarnik, Miami Beach
couple, were married Sunday
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman offi-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grossman,
parents of the bride, were hosts
at the reception following. Mr.
Browarnik and his bride left for
New York, where they are spend-
ing their honeymoon.
Mrs. Browarnik attended
schools in Chicago and is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High school.
The bridegroom, who is in busi-
ness here, received his schooling
in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Fagan,
well-known Miamians residing
, here since 1921. this week an-
1 nounced the engagement of their
i daughter, Evelyn Sunshine, to
Edward I. Axlrod, son of Mr. and
; Mrs. Leo Axlrod of this city.
j No wadding date baa been set.
Miss Fagan attended schools
here and in Chicago, where she
studied at the Vogue Art Insti-
Mrs. N. Pritzker has returned
to her home. 321 S. W. 9th Ave.,
after spending nine weeks in
Connecticut visiting her children
Helen Gail Temple, a member
*-f the WAVES, has been promot-
ed from Ensign to Lt. (jg) Lt.
Temple is now stationed at Mem-
phis. Tenn. She is the wife of
Pvt. John C. Temple, who is on
duty with the United States Ar-
my in England.
Dr. Samuel Aronovitz has re-
turned after a vacation in the
North. While away he spent some
time with his son. Lt. Nathan
Aronovitz. who is leaving short-
ly on a special assignment. Mrs.
Aronovitz. who went North with
the doctor, will remain there
i"!' several weeks.
Harry Rose has returned from
New York where he attended the
concert of the Philharmonic
Symphony Orchestra >>f New
York, on Sunday. August 20. at
which time Mr. Rose's son.
Leonard) appeared as soloist.
Leonard is a regular member of
the orchestra, holding the posi-
tion as first cellist. While in
New York Mr. Rose also attend-
ed the bria of Leonard's son.
Lt. (jg.) Max Pepper is now
in New York on a furlough from
1 to Rico. He joined his wife
and family there, and they are
expected to return to this city
some time this week.
Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
Downtown. N. Miami at 3rd
NOW SHOWING! .
Thru Mon., Sept. 4
in Euqene O'Neill's
with Susan Hayward
JOAN DAVIS, in
A farewell party was tendered
Bruce Steir. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Steir, by his friends
Friday evening, August 25, at
his home. 531 15th Street. Bruce
will leave for Georgia Military
Academy August 30. Among the
guests were Ann Levin. Saund-
en Newman. Joan Holland. Jer-
ry Tuller, Shirley Price. Ru-
dolph Bleemer, Harvey Ehrlich,
Jean Shenker, Barton Cohen,
Joyce Sussman, Roy Price, Mir-
iam Fein. Philip Brooks, and
The bar mitzvah of Norton
Bruce Bloom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Bloom, will take place
Saturday. September 2nd. at It)
a. m. at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center. A reception will'fol-
low the services. Mr. and Mrs.
Bloom will have open house at
their home, 1021 Euclid Avenue,
Miami Beach, on Sunday. Sep-
tembei 3rd. from 3 to 6.
Joe. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rcu-
!>i ii Clein, will become bar mitz-
vah this Saturday morning at
services at the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation at the
Seha.mi Zedek building. 1545
S. W. 3rd St. Joe will read the
portion of the law, and address
the worshipers. Rabbi Simon
April will respond. A reception
will follow the services. Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosen-
Mitt announce the bar mitzvah
it their son, Charles A-. Satur-
lav. September 9th.
Miss Eve Naomi Machtei left
for Jacksonville yesterday with
the group of BBG-ALS to at-
tend the AZA state convention.
Others in the ALS party were
the Misses Louise Gans, Norma
Schwartz, Mildred Zalka. Ber-
nice Sidel, Marilyn Gerstein,
Roslyn Blanch. Diana Preding-
er, Sonia Zalka. Florence Ross.
and Jackie Kalish.
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tute and Northwestern. She was
active in sorority work here and
is a member of Libcrte
Mr. Axlrod is a graduate of
Technical High and a past pres-
ident of the Delta Omega Tail
fraternity. He is associated with
his father in the furniture man-
ufacturing, designing, and retail-
ing business, operating the Em-
pire Furniture Company.
A reception honoring the cou-
ple will take place Sunday.
September 10th from 3 to 5 p. m..
at the home of the parents of the
groom-to-be. at 1630 S. W. 18th St.
Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg
and family returned home Satur- '
day after vacationing in Hendei-
sonville. While away, Mr. Gold- !
berg made a short trip to N< W
EXPANSION PLANS FOR
Expansion plans for Burdine's,
Inc.. announced Saturday by
George E. Whitten. president,
call for erection of an eight-story
building on the southeast cor-
ner of Flagler St. and Miami
Ave. and addition of two stories
to the present six-floor structure,
as well as a basement.
Construction will start as soon
after April 1, 1945, as building
conditions will permit, Whitten
The new building, which will
conform in design to the present
structure, will give Burdine"s ap-
proximately 67.000 square feet
of additional floor space.
The management plans to add
several new departments as well
as more customer facilities.
B'NAI B'RITH GIBXS^
party for the man/Trad?,^
leaving for college w,f ^
at a pot-luck sup,,,, ."tl he'd
the home of Mils Rit?^"1 at
7809 S. W. 23rd Ter Quar,ln.
The formal initiation
conducted by Pres,H R **
August following ,hi !f,Verly
Installed at this ,,m SUpper-
Misses Marsha Camn r Ra,Kerc
Boyell, Arlene Cohen r bara
Doliver. Dorothy GoW^E
Harris, Dorrine Kaler i ly
Labor, Florence i RcrU2
hn Morris, Bernice Namoff u
ra Sher, and Mar,,,,, ffi&
Others will be Installed fiff04
Installation of new nffli
will take place soon ff,ccrs
Those leaving for college with
in the next two month! it
M.sses Theresa Cohen u of Pa
Jeanne Freehling, U of Alt'
buna; Molly Ann Bovell. u Z
Michigan; Roslin Rabin L Sn
Dclhe Stone, Louisiana State
University; and Sara Rose
At the present the club is
sisting the Scrve-A-HospitalCom"
mittee of Greater Miami by em
broidenng bedside kits distribu .
ed to the convalescent soldiers
throughout the country. As soon
as USO scrapbooks are obtained
they will be filled by BZB mem
The club has also undertaken
the task of publishing the papir
for District 5, B'nai B'nth GirN
and a publication will be dis-
tributed in about a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Ber-
man and daughter have returned
home after spending a month in
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Returning home after exten-
sive traveling is Mrs. Louis Pal-
lot of Miami B< ach.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Greene.
1098 S. W. 20th Road, have re-
turned from a three month's va-
cation spent in Belle Harbor, L.
I., and Brooklyn.
A bridal shower in honor of
Margaret Horowitz was given
Thursday. August 24th. by Ethel
Pont, at 2fill S. W. 5th Ave
Pvt. Murray S. Bast is home
"I. furlough from Fort Leonard
Wood, Missouri,* after complet-
ing his engine, ring training. He
LS visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Bast, at the Charles
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Jennie Lubow has re-
turned here after a six week's
journey that took her to New
York and Augusta. Ga., where
she visited her children and
Arthur August, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack August, El Mirasol,
Miami Beach, returned home
Wednesday after spending the
summer ,n camp. Returning with
aim was Stanley Sacks, son of
Ml and Mrs. J Sacks.
S. A Goodman, Miami Beach
Realtor, is spending three weeks
in the North on a combined bus-
iness and pleasure jaunt. Mrs.
Goodman joined him in New
Miss Ruth Schnapper will
leave in September for Chicago
to resume her work at the Uni-
versity of Chicago. She was
awarded a fellowship in Zool-
ogy. Her parents are Dr. and
Mrs. Bernard B. Schnapper. 430
30th St.. Miami Beach.
During the past week Rabbi
S. M. Machtei officiated at the
brith milah of the son of Sgt.
and Mrs. Martin Singer; the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Singer-
man; the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Seelig Schwartz; and the son of
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Kulick.
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CHILDREN IN HOSPITAL
Vnr the past two months the
r,j....., ,,! the Cardiac Home
fiSrweeUZ received training in
,hl' ffiac Home, the Bureau
tewish Education has sent a
yfer to meet with the child-
ren every week.
Tht. interest shown by the
youngsters is amazing A. P
ban"' executive director .said
Thev are eager to learn and look
fnrwurci to every week s lesson.
During the week they prepare
Koorts and read their assign-
inent.s diligently .One bedridden |
youngster insisted that the class
meet on the porch near his room
u that he could hear and par-1
ticipate in the lessons.
The Cardiac Home is non-sec-
tarian. A1 tendance at the class
js voluntary, and without fail all
he children with the exception
0f th.' bedridden ones attend reg-
ularly Even the Gentile child-
ren join with the others. They
jeem to enjoy the work and par-
They meet on a screened porch,
arc seated in comfortable chairs,
and are at ease throughout the
lesson. The lesson consists of:
reports and discussion by the
children, story telling by the
teacher, and the singing of Jew-
Much credit is due to Charles
Tobin and Mrs. C. Baum and
the directors for interesting
themselves in this project and
allowing the Bureau of Jewish
Education to foster it, Louis Hei-
man, president of the Bureau, re-
TOWNSEND CLUB PAYS
TRIBUTE TO DONORS
A tribute to the Dade County
Blood Donors Council was given
Tuesday by Miss Marcie
Schwartz at the meeting of the
Chili No. 1. Miss
Schwartz paid her tribute in the
form "Broadcast by Telepath." by
Mrs. J Lodeesen, executive sec-
retary ol the council.
The Dade County Clood Don-
ors Council is the first of its
kind in the United States and it
is through their efforts that the
Dade County Blood Bank is
Marcie. the 15 year old daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Schwartz of 1845 S. W. 18th St.,
Studies dramatic art with Mrs.
Dora Lyons, and hopes to be-
come a ladio actress.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
CANTOR EMANUEL BAKKAN
Cantor Emanuel Balkan has
arrived in Miami Beach to as-
sume his duties as the newly-
elected cantor of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter. He will have charge of all
musical activities and will or-
ganize several choral and mu-
sic study groups. He will train
a choir to assist him with the
He started his singing career
at an early age in Kishinev, Bes-
sarabia. While there, he became
the protege of the famous Can-
tor Kilminick. Cantor Balkan
went to Bucharest to study at the
Bucharest Conservatory, and in
1922 came to America. He served
a number of congregations, and
at the same time continued his
studies of voice and music with
Mr. Jack Kirshen and Dr. Held.
He spent the last seven years in
Philadelphia as cantor of Beth
Am, and was active there in the
formation of a cantor's school
and choral groups and lectured
considerably on musical subjects.
I. W. V. AND AUXILIARY
HAVE GIFTS FOR RETURNEES
Freda Markowitz Post No. 174,
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, together with the
Ladies' Auxiliary, have present-
ed to Redistribution Center No.
2 on Miami Beach, various items
for the returnees' recreation.
Included are a miscellaneous
collection of prizes for bingo and
other competitive games, writ-
ing pens and sea shells for hand-
The Ladies' Auxiliary also con-
tributed towards the Heroes
Phone Fund for convalescents at
the Miami Biltmore.
Hish Holiday Services
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG.
WILL BE OBSERVED AT THE SYNAGOGUE
590 S. W. 17TH AVENUE
AND AT SCHAAREI ZEDEK BUILDING
1545 S. W. 3RD STREET
SLICHOS: SATURDAY MIDNIGHT
BEGINNING EVENING OF SEPT. 17
BEGINNING EVENING OF SEPT. 26
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
The seating committee will be at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., every eve-
ning from 7 to 9:30 o'clock excepting Fridays and on Sun-
day mornings to aid you in selecting seats.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG.
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
LIST BOND DRIVE
The Greater Miami Chapter1
Women's Division American
Jewish Congress has announced !
that in the Fifth War Bond
Drive S905.868.75 worth of bonds
were sold by the organization
under the capable leadership of
their bond chairman. Mrs. Rose
Weiss, and her committee.
Mrs Weiss has received a ci-
tation from the secretary of the
United States treasury lauding
her for the patriotic cooperation
she rendered in behalf of the
war finance program.
Mrs. Weiss also received let-
ters of praise from the state war
finance committee and from
Claude L. Hemphill, local man-
ager of the Florida war finance
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, national
president of the American Jew-
ish Congress, wrote commending i
her on the worthy service she]
has rendered her country as well ,
as the organization of which she ]
is a vice-president.
Mrs. Weiss for the coming year
will serve as chairman of the
war activities committee. Under
her will work the chairmen of
the following committees: De-
fense housing, bond selling,
clothing for European refugees
and Jewish Welfare Board.
I.D.C. OFFICER RETURNS
FROM SOUTHERN TRIP
RABBI LEON KRONISH
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Beth Sholom Center,
Miami Beach, will preach his
first sermon from his new pulpit
Saturday morning, September 2.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
Moses A. Leavitt, secretary of
the American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, has returned
to this city by air from Mexico
City after discussing the estab-
lishment of a "free port" for
Jewish refugees from Europe
with officials of the Mexican
government and leaders of the
Jewish community of Mexico.
The Mexican government re-
cently announced that it was
planning to establish a refuger
center similar to the one opened
by the United States government
at Fort Ontario. Mr. Leavitt.
flew to Mexico last week to dis-
cuss the proposed plan.
Mr. Leavitt reports that h<
was much encouraged by the at-
titude of the Mexican official;'
and stated that Mexico is deep-
ly sympathetic with the tragit
plight of Jews in occupied Eu
rope, as evidenced by its desire
to establish a 'free port.'' Hi-
praised Mexico for its "humani
tarian spirit" and pointed out.
that "it has become traditional
( with Mexico to offer asylum and
refuge to those suffering fron^
persecution in their own home -
Buy War Bonu* and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
PARATROOPER HAS HIS
TEETH KNOCKED OUT
WITH RIFLE ON D-DAY
When Private Donald R. Swer-
dlin, paratrooper from Tampa.
Fla., left the doorway of his plane
on D-Day, he got his first taste
of trouble. His M-l rifle smack-
him in the teeth and knocked him
Writing to his older brother,
Capt. Sanford Swerdlin. pilot of
a B-17 based in England, Don-
ald related that "I came to in the
air to find six twists in my chute.
Hardly conscious, I landed, took
off my chute, put my rifle to-
gether, put on the bayonet and
put my shovel in the carrier and
got up and walked aroundand
when I really came to I was sit-
ting beside a creek talking to a
The sergeant and Private
Swerdlin walked around all
night without running into any
opposition. The next morning
they came to a French home
that had been converted into an
aid station. Donald got a shot
of morphine. Later that day the
two men were moved to a divi-
sion aid station and Swerdlin got
"more morphine." He's in a gen-
eral hospital in England now and
he's rapidly recovering.
B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG WOMEN
TO MEET TUESDAY, SEPT. 12
The next meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Young Women of Sholom
Lodge will take place Tuesday
evening, September 12. at 8:15 at
the Y. M. & W. H. A., 1 Lincoln
Road. A quiz program to stimu-
late B'nai B'rith activities and
Jewish culture has been ar-
ranged. Members and friends
are urged to attend.
IRAQ REGENT POSTPONES
TRIP TO THE UNITED STATES
Cairo (JTA) The Egyptian
press reports this week that the
regent of Iraq, Abdul Illah. has
decided to postpone his projected
visit to the United States as a
result of the American attitude
on the Palestine question. Both
the Democratic and Republican
parties have gone on record as
being outspoken for a Jewish
BONDS and BOMBS
Graves registration is a subject of consuming interest to our
Jewish community and the following release is the first official
statement on the marking of the graves of the Jewish war dead.
The enclosed reproduction shows a soldier reading the inscription
on a Jewish marker in the military cemetery of Attu.
The responsibility of the National Jewish Welfare Board is
not limited to the living, but extends to the heroic Jewish dead,
Frank L. Weil, president, revealed today in a statement describ-
ing action taken by the War Department to ensure proper marking
of Jewish graves and the holding of Jewish services in military
cemeteries in every theatre of war.
"In keeping with the dictates of our religion and the respon-
sibility vested in us by the Jewish communities of America, it is
one of JWB's major concerns to see that the graves of those mem-
bers of our faith who give their lives for their country art
properly marked with a Mogen Dovid marker."
"It is a great satisfaction to know that the War and Navy-
Departments share our concern and are doing everything in their
power to ensure proper marking of Jewish graves."
Close cooperation exists between the War Department and
PWB in the field of Graves Registration, Mr. Weil stated. Lists
of those who made the supreme sacrifice, as compiled by the JWB
Bureau of War Records are periodically checked with official
records so that the necessary information regarding the Jewish
names is made available to those in charge of Graves Registration.
Beth Jacob Synagogue
301-311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
GREETS THE COMMUNITY WITH PRAYER
FOR LIFE AND PEACE
MODERN ORTHODOX SERVICES WILL BE HELD
In Our Synagogue Building and in Our Talmud Torah
and Community Building throughout the
High Holy Days
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
will preach in both buildings
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
will chant the services, assisted by
Veil-known Baalei Tefilla
A committee will be at the synagogue daily excepting on
the Sabbath from 9 a. m. to noon, and from 5 to 9 p. m.
for reservation oi seats. We urge early reservation to
avoid disappointment. All servicemen are the invited
guests of the congregation.
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla.
P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-H41
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of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
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ELUL 12. 5704
\OLUME 17 NUMBER35
It begins to look as though
Congress will have a chance to
prove that the Republican and
Democratic party pledges re-
garding a permanent fair em-
ployment practices commission
were more than mere 'campaign
Decidedly encouraging news
for minority groups was the an-
nouncement by Senator Dennis
Chavez. New Mexico Democrat,
that a special subcommittee of
the Senate Committee on Educa-
tion and Labor would begin to
LIBERATION I hold hearings this week. Chavez.
Who could have imagined on that fateful day of June 6, < J? tfffe"s&Sf SKI."
i44, when the Allied armies landed in Normandy that twenty- mittee; he, along with Senators
seven days later the French capital, symbol of European cul-' "SH^SauS." spolSed^
mre. civilization and democracy, would be liberated? Who senate measure providing for a
could have envisioned then that Paris would be freed bv the l ll,,i;u''" ^"7,I1SM"" u\ *+
Kl__j j ,. ... "ecu uy me V(.!1( discrimination in indu.-ti v.
Diooa and effort of its very citizens who. for more than four The bill, which was introduced
aTuthle^ a'" Hfld 5 PtyS1CQl fi Spill,Ual "Ration by s *$$t B5? S
a rutniess, criminal and inhuman foe? Not even the most op- ben to attend the political con-
timistic amongst us had the couraqe to loudlv air the belief v,,l,1(,ns- contains enforcement
r>^, r,^^ ..._ u v i_ "i provisions, and a commission
mat trance would be reborn the moment it heard the reverber- thus set up would be much more
-TIDBITS FROM EVER
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER t h||
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
tive th.m the persuasive
body the President's fair employ-
ating echoes of the marching armies of redemption and libera- ,
tinn TKoro .i.^o f~. ____. j body the Preslilelit s fair employ-
tion. Ihere was fear, overt and concealed, that the French peo- men! practices committee now is.
pie had been so humiliated by defeat, that the French soul had Since a companion bill in the
tTZZnTe\hy ,he 5f'agony and shame of ~i SSSS-. "SKSt! ISd is.
tion. that the rrench spirit of love of country, liberty and tradi- ton, has already been considered
tion had been so crushed that whan ,v,a U...J < in____.:__"> ten days of i
tion had been so crushed that when the sound of liberation
came there would be no France to hearken to it.
The Department of Justice has as yet taken no action
Joseph P. Kamp, mastermind of the Constitutional Educ r'
League and the propaganda brains of the American N '
alists Kamp has raised substantial amounts from b Kn"
ness in support of his "anti-Communist" campaign Ar
he is carrying on a Fascist educational campaiqn ir'
boasts that he is distributing millions of copies of his a i- ?mp
ocratic booklets and pamphlets And that makes us"* a
where he gets the paper, which is so strictly rationed k
fide publishers ... The Gentile CooperativeAssociahon h
the skids Eugene R. Flitcraft, founder and publisher o?,^
Gentile News, a monthly publication of the Association i !
wildered at the sudden collapse of his anti-Semitic mm
. Orchids are due to the Rev. Paul J. Folino, T
United Church of South Chicago, who mobilized reliqious
timent against this undemocratic campaign Conarat l
tions to Lewis Booth, chairman of the Dayton, Ohio Public sT
vice League, for his consistent and untiring efforts in counter^.'
the anti-Semitic whispering campaign in his state Booh
never fails to keep on reminding the moral saboteurs that m^
than 2500 Jews have received the Purple Heart and aE.
awards for valor in this war.
READER'S GUIDE ....
"Chaim Weizmann, Statesman, Scientist, Patriot" will ho
published by the Dial Press in November The book wiS
have 388 pages and will cost three dollars Amonq its con
tributors will be Pierre van Paassen, Dorothy Thompson
Frances L. Lloyd George. Thomas Mann and a great galaxy of
. philosophers, scientists, scholars, diplomats and so forth
before Rep. Mary Norton s| faever W Weisnnl i editino ika ln.,fT j o X '
labor committee, the hope here .^ri, P ?? edl,ln9 the me, and Supreme Court Jus-
i.v proponents of a permanent | Uc*_?fh_x y^nkfuner ,s writing the introduction "Poland,
But the seemingly impossible has happened The miracle I !'--V.. pr"p"nents of a permanent i.
n wmMl h rZL i .u FP^neu. me miracle KE1V Is tna( both hullscs f I Russia and Our Honor" is a booklet published oriainallv in
--a symbol and portent of things to come throughout Nazi-held Congress will be called upon to I Great Britain ... Now the National Committee of Amedcai
^iSSSSS? F: Descent' Inc- has -published it in this coumry anT*
distributing many thousands of copies here ... The booklet
reeks with disunity propaganda ... If you want to read a fas-
cinating life story get a copy of "The Oracle of Broadway-
It s a biography of Oliver Morosco, the fabulous theatrical pi*
ducer who started his career as a child acrobat.
PROFILETTE OF A LITTERATEUR ....
George Jean Nathan is a man who has studied a great deal
... In his younger years he ate up books Anything in print
interested himEurope's polyglot literature impressed him .
As the close collaborator of H. L. Mencken he was co-editor
with him of Smart Set and of the American Mercury (which has
completely changed its character since the Mencken-Nathan
days) ... He has an unanny flair for discovering symptoms of
talent in new writers ... But his standards are high, sometimes
even a bit snobbish He's rarely, if ever, concerned with
contemporary political trends and historic currents ... His dra-
matic reviews, appearing in several of the leading national
magazines, are always witty, even though here and there they
may be unjust ... He doesn't take any interest in Jewish af-
faus. and shrugs off any mention of them as an unsavory sub-
ject ... A bachelor, he enjoys all the best gastronomic delica-
ABOUT PEOPLE ....
Dr. Kurt Wallersteiner intends to settle in Palestine after the
war Wallersteiner, if you don't remember, is the discoverer,
together with Dr. Hans Enoch, of vivicillin. a new drug which is
expected to save many lives in the packed military hospitals
of Europe Last week was not the first time that Professor
Albert Einstein almost drowned while cruising in a sailboat. ..
It s only a few years since rescuers had to fish him out of some
pretty deep waters Irene Kuhn has graduated from Broad-
way publicity to the post of associate publicity director of the
Republican National Committee ... At a summer hotel at Fern-
iK ft We recen,1y met Pe"y Officer Isidor Greenbaum of
the U. S. Armed Transport Service Greenbaum, just back
from the D-Day doings off the coast of France, is the fellow who,
back in February, 1939, attended a German Bund meeting in
New York s Madison Square Garden and shouted "Down with
Hitler. ... No doubt you remember what pendemonium broke
out after that candid cry Back on these shores is filmland's
1 d m Robinson' Proudly displaying mementoswhich in-
clude a Nazi Iron Crossof his entertainment tour overseas ...
Have you been listening to our old friend Gabriel Heatter late
- A recent popularity survey lists him at the head of the
roster of commentators.
As Americans and as Jews we rejoice with the French peo- '^oM the^itS^ted to
pie in their hour of triumph. Their liberation presages an early (ilM i,s sna '' threat-
end to the tragedy and travail of the Jews In Europe. But even age.1^ ^ *'" ',>UU' Pa*"
as we rejoice with them, our exultation is marred by the knowl- The primary purpose of hold-
edge that when the hand of death and desolation is staved in' !25 hearin* '".' t" ;' con-
r,,,~ .1____ ni .. Kress, which has appeared too
turope there will be comparatively few Jews left to share in the often to be insulated from such
glory of deliverance and redemption. details, the constructive contri-
' butions the anti-discrimination
organization has made toward
TRUE ATTITUDE maintaining a democratic way of
The W-rr Rof,,oQQ R,-,J ,. < .l i llfl' f"r ""'K'ritie- a.- well as ma-
1 he War Refugee Board confirms the report that the sinking joi.u,-,: the important part of
of the Mefkure several weeks ago, carrying several hundred sVch '' 50Vernment agency can
Jewish refugees, was deliberate. ggj V're^&Si'ot^
If anyone had any doubts about the German attitude to- ':"'"" '"'ui anti-Semitism that
wards refugee rescue operations or anticipated a lessening in 53d ^SS^uWC
the Nazi program of extermination, he now knows the truth ;,ntl>''he large amount of pub-
lice support such a bill com-
Though the House hearings
wen chased from most newspa-
p ra by the exciting D-Day news.
the testimony of powerful labor.
Civic, and religious organizations
helped substantially to force the
------ MW, .c ucmjciuienebs oi Republican Partv to come out
sadist cruelty. A whole night, the Germans pursued the shiD y','llfli;'l'y tor u permanent
...:.L !____i________ i ... ... *" FFPl". and
John W. Pehle. executive director of the War Refugee Board,
One of the few survivors of the sinking, a young woman
who succeeded in being saved because she was a champion
swimmer, has given us further details of the "ugly truth The
sinking was not only deliberate, but had the deliberateness of I Re&Srf^arty
with hapless people and. after sinking the boat, shot on those
jumping in the water, and. not satisfied with that, sent specially
trained dogs into the water to force the drowning of those who
managed to stay up on the water.
All of this is in line with the whole German conduct of the
waris in line with the robot bombing which is now destroying
18.000 homes a day in London.
If justice is exacted of the Germans for their crimes, they will
have to pay for a thousand years to come.
"A country can avoid almost every other kind of relations,
but ideas cannot be avoided. It is important that they be com
FEPC, and the Democratic party
bucking the reactionary South-
ern contingentto go on record
for racial equality.
Similarly, powerful lobbies at
this time may force a Congn is,
that only reluctantly granted suf-
ficient money for the executive
order FEPC to continue its activ-
which wartime manpower
ages make essential regard-
Of other considerations to go
Whole hog and support legisla-
tion to prevent any .. be-
ing denied the right to work
: r> cau* of raci. creed, or
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municated against a background which makes them under- ORGANIZATION OF
stood."Archibald MacLeish, Libraries of Congress.
History will record that the WAVES fulfilled a great pur-
pose. In 500 shore establishments of the fleet women in uni-
form took over the work of Navy men. They released enough
of them from non-combat duty to man all our landing craft in
two important operationsthe Normandy landing on June 6
and the invasion of Saipan on June 15. The Women's Reserve
will continue to speed victory day by efficient performance of
vital duties ashore."President Roosevelt.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
i man to serve
in our legion. '!. ai pointment
of Mr. Penn to w.ork with us
makes it to go
ad with our Ion .shed
im of having n of our
So far as lend-lease is concerned, that is daily and hourly
an administrative task which is necessarily confined to its cur-
ten ui the area in three ways
Mr Oberdorfer explained. "It
will help provide a medium of
d thus help in,|
rent phases. No one can possibly foresee what chanaes in the i '' "'": n'< ll will
-----..... "" fur programs and
situauon the fortunes of war in Europe may bring about, or how help develop inte^ch^activU
soon changes may reflect themselves in lend-lease operations. ^ niakt the South a
Since stops necessary to maintain the flow* of supplies for the phiJosoph^'and the
prosecution of the war require plans that are projected into the WelfUtt'SR f- Jh Natlonal Jewish
future, there have been from the outset and will continue to be Mr. Perm's duties
discussions of prospective requirements taking into considera- J st'rvng as secretary^f't!h"
tion various phases of the war. Our policy has been and con- vW^th?wSSr^smVh l Pr"
tinues to be to conduct lend-lease operations to bring about the services of JWB to existing Jew?
greatest mobilization of our joint resources."Edward R Stet- 5iL^fil!f! ,n the South and to
,iu,. Acn, Secretory of Stale. S'?S lS%
they do not exist. nere
We can emerge from this war into a period that will be
bright with promise for mankind. But that we can do only at a
, price. That price is the definite assumption and maintenance
section will benefit Jewish CeU OUI resPnsibility in a just world order."Dr. Harry Wood-
burn Chase. Chancellor New York University.
World rehabilitation and our own national requirements
will call for further expansion of American production facilities.
Our young men after the war will stand on the threshold of a
greater opportunity than has existed for any preceding genera-
tion. Charles E. Sorensen. president, Willys-Overland Motors.
Jtoyjmd Keep on BuyingUnited States War Bonds.
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"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1344, Jewish Telegraphic- Agency, Inc.
T^ED QUARRELS: The
|J5 indication that Jewish com-
,!niv lift' is beginning to as-
lm I its pre-war character in
K nf the countries in Europe
Ifc n? >ned in reports reaching
l?fkh organizations in New
ISfwhfcS -veal thait old pre-
\l 'quarrels within the com-
I L.ips have now been resum-
W In Rumania, which has
Zi dropped out of the Nazi
P Jn serious misunderstandings
^developing between Dr. Wil-
am Filderman. the non-Zionist
iadcr of Rumanian Jewry and
ht Zionist leaders ... In hber-
fd Rome there ,s a bitter fight
h, teenChi.-f Rabbi Israel Zolli
I d the executive of the Jewish
SSmninity Council In Hun-
tarv there is also no unity in the
II nk< of the Central Jewish
cuncil winch serves as liasion
*twccn the authorities and t|,e
Wish population These in-
ternal fights are echoes of pre-
var Jewish politics They are
Becoming more conspicuous as
the Allies arc about to reach a
victorious end of the war .
Inc will not be surprised if they
i'i!l spread out also to London
rj\,v. York as issues concern-
jie the future of the Jews in Eu-
rope and in Palestine will come
lore and more to the forefront.
INSIDE DOINGS: There is a
rood deal of commotion going on
li the Zionist Emergency Coun-
cil.. And some of the leading
nembers there are threatening
ignation Hard work is be-
g done by Zionist leaders in
Jb country to determine wheth-
er the Anglo American plan to
eplace the Palestine mandate
ith a United Nations trustee-
up would mean the partition
Palestine Much talk is
low heard about the possible
artitioning of Palestine under
be Anglo-American scheme .
Fr.e partition scheme seems part
if the plan to establish a Jewish
late under international trus-
ship And Zionist leaders
.. New York were given to un-
fcrjtand by Acting Secretary of
itate Stettinus that they will
earn all about what is in store
or Palestine when President
loosevelt receives them ... He
iven told them to be prepared
'tfsuch ,. reception in the White
louse on August 15th But
tat date is past, and so far
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M OXYGEN EQUIPMENT
President Roosevelt has found
no time to receive the Zionist
leaders Which, of course
does not mean that he will not
see the meventually ... In the
meantime there is a good deal of
nervous tension prevailing
among Zionist leadership here
. Nobody wants Palestine
partitioned Even those among
Zionists who would like to see
a Jewish State in Palestine at
any cost, even though they do
not dare to say openly that they
would approve of partition.
THE VANISHED STATE-
MENT: A pen-picture of King
Ibn Saud, the ruler of Arabia
and strongest man in the Moslem
world, is given by Noel F. Busch
in his "My Unconsidered Judge-
ment," just published by Hough-
ton Mifflin Co. Busch, who
was sent by the Life Magazine
to Arabia, is the first American
journalist to visit Ibn Saud and
to get his views on various sub-
jects Including the subject
of Arab-Jewish relations in Pal-
estine Many will remember
the statement which Ibn Saud
made to Busch in writing on the
Palestine question and how much
indignation it aroused among
| Jews in America after it was
published in Life The book
eliminates this statement and
makes no reference to it what-
soever Mr. Busch simply
says that on the Palestine ques-
tion, the ruler of Arabia is "like
most Arabs" very much opposed
to the establishment of a Jewish
national home there He is
reluctantly prepared to admit
that the influx of Jews into Pal-
estine has done good in some
ways, but is profoundly unsym-
pathetic to the idea of admit
ting more Jews in Palestine, and
even more so to the idea of ex-
tending the Palestinian border
eastward after the war ... A
large part of his income comes
from the California Arabian
Standard Oil Company, whose
activities would be quite im-
pressive even in a community
like California ... It is through
his contact with this American
company that Ibn Saud is exer-
cising a certain amount of influ-
ence even in official circles in
Washington ... It will be re-
membered that his son, Feisal,
came last year all the way from
distant Arabia to Washington as
the guest of our State Depart-
PURELY PERSONAL: Harry
Viteles, who went on a mission
for the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee all the way from Pales-
tine to the Soviet-Persian bor-
der, is now on his way to the
United States ... He will bring
the first eye-witness report on
possibilities to reach Jews in
Russia with relief Rabbi
Stanley R. Brav resigned both
from the board and from the
membership in the American
Council for Judaism ... Dr. Jo-
seph G. Brin, managing editor
of the Boston Jewish Advocate,
was appointed recently assistant
professor of speech in Boston
University Joseph C. Weis-
berg will replace him as manag- I
ing editor while Dr. Alexander
Brin will continue as editor of
the paper Mendel Fischer
just completed ten years of ser-
vice as director of the Jewish ,
National Fund in America .
And he certainly has something
to boast about Never before
did the J.N.F. colect so much
money in the United States as
during the years of his adminis-
tration ... Sol Silverman. pub-
Usher of the Emanu-EI and Jew-
ish Journal in San Francisco, is
highy commended by the Na- j
tional Jewish Welfare Board for
launching in his publication a
regular weekly series on war rec-
ords of local Jews serving In the
SWEDEN WILL ADMIT
A LARGE NUMBER OF
. Stockholm (JTA) The Swed-
ish government this week an-
nounced its readiness to admit
an unlimited number of Jewish
refugee children from German-
In making this announcement,
the foreign office here empha-
sized that instructions will be is-
sued to border officials to de-
mand no passports or visas from
Jewish refugee children reaching
the Swedish frontiers and to ad-
mit them without any restric-
Reports reaching Sweden from
Hungary indicate that the situa-
tion of the Jews in Budapest,
who are said to be the only sur-
viving Jews in the country, is
getting worse daily. The reports
declare that almost all Jews
from provincial towns have been
deported and that the deportation
of Jews from Budapest, started
during the last few days, is con-
JEWS FOR CURB ON
SPECULATION IN FOOD
Quito. Ecuador (JTA)Anti-
Semitic propagandists in Ecuador
are using the small tradesmen's
resentment of certain govern-
ment food regulations to stir up
Following the appointment of
Juan Wurfel, an Austrian non-
Jew, as director of food supplies
to combat the shortage of essen-
tial food commodities and curb
rising prices, a leaflet was dis-
tributed in Quito charging that
Wurfel was a Jew and urging
the population to end the "Jew-
ish provocations" of the new
The leaflet, which was printed
on a press previously used for
Nazi propaganda literature, was
circulated widely despite an of-
ficial statement by the Jewish
community to the effect that
Wurfel was not Jewish.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
Our Film Folk
By HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
In 'Americans All," the new
March of Time reel, Rabbi Philip
S. Bernstein sets forth a list of
precepts which would do well to
hang in every office and every
'First: Don't generalize. I have
yet to find a single group stig-
matization which is correct. They
are all false.
"Second: Don't compare the
worst in other groups'with the
best in your own. It is death to
logic and it will not bear the
light of faith.
"Third: Have friends in oth-
Fourth: Judge a man for
what he is and what he does and
not for his antecedents."
An excellent antidote to the
poison of race hatred and relig-
ious prejudice extant in this fan-
land. Certain elected represen-
tatives of the people ought to re-
peat it with their nightly pray-
Theatres are ready for End-of-
the-War-Day and several days
i thereafter. To forestall the ri-
otous vandalism of Armistice,
1918. they'll just close up shop.
have much of a voice, but he
would sing anything the boys
would like. With a mighty roar
they told him the songs they
Musically speaking, Benny
Goodman observes: Mussolini
played second fiddle but Hitler
will have to face the music!
"No Wings on a Foxhole." first
song from the Irving Berlin pen
I in many a month, is being con-
sidered in Washington as the
1 new official tune of the infan-
try. As with "God Bless Amer-
ica." Berlin is donating all roy-
I alties to war funds and chari-
ties with the exception of a slim
eight cents per copy for his ex-
Strange to relate. Berlin's
( "This Is the Army" is banned
from Ireland because 'it is not
natural enough." When the show
! hit Rome, Irving's squeaky ren-
' dition of Oh, How I Hate to Get
j Up in the Morning" brought
forth an ear-splitting applause.
Then he shyly confided he didn't
Film Fax and Snax: The de-
lightful dialectical "Mrs. Nuss-
baum," radio character of Fred
Allen's show, will be transplant-
ed to a picture, "Fickle For-
tune." Winchell's daughter,
Toni Eden, will bow into flickers
with a considerable part in "Nob
Hill" Twenty-five years ago
Belle Baker was recording plat-
ters for Brunswick. Today she
is being sought after for a new
air show. Her magnetism does
not diminish with the years .
And Sophie Tucker's warbling
she continues to draw the cus-
tomers at every engagement
currently she's attracting them
to the Florentine Gardens in Hol-
lywood Did you know that
Max Factor, Jr., has been au-
thoring a beauty-aid column for
a national newspaper syndicate
during the past four years? .
Leonard Levinson, owning some
lots near the Warner Studio,
posts a sign: "Buy War Bonds.
Or buy this property and I'll buy
War Bonds." Rose Franken
will install a new play on the
Great White Wayit's tagged
"Soldier's Wife," and will later
Joel "Kopferman" now
eight announced to a polit-
ically-finded world that he has
decided to be a Republican. 'I'm
a Republican," sezze, "because in
this country you can be anything
you want to be even if your
father is a Democratand mine
Made From Fresh Oranges
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i ,,,
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF
ENTIRE STATE TO GATHER IN
DUVAL CITY THIS WEEK-END
Members of the executive com-
mittee from the entire state will
gather in Jacksonville this week-
end to transact business of the
Florida State Federation of B*nai
B'rith Lodges. This meeting will
take the place of the annual state
convention usually held on La-
bor Day. This action was taken
by the officers this week because
of present war-time restrictions.
DIRECTORS OF FEDERATION
TO HOLD MEETING SEPT 13
A regular meeting of the board
of directors of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation will take
place Wednesday, September 13,
at the Sunshine Room in the
Ingraham Building. A number
of reports on the development
and progress of the Federation
will be rendered by committee
chairmen, featuring the program
of the newly-formed committee
on communitv needs.
BETH JACOB ANNOUNCES ITS
SCHEDULE FOR THIS SEASON
Beth Jacob Congregation of
Miami Beach has announced its
schedule for the 1944-5 season in
a calendar issued this w< i k.
Starting the early part ol Oc-
' : <:. the S C ll e d u i e cai
through May L3th. The first
two affair.- scheduled an a
Sisterhood and Congregal
membership Sucea parts on
Wednesday, October 4th. and re-
| ol induction i xeft"-
i isi and library presentation >:
Sunday night. October 15th.
MIAMI ZIONISTS WILL HOLD
MEETING MONDAY, SEPT. 10
The Miami Zionist District
will hold a meeting Monday
night, September 4th, at Beth
David Congregation. On. of a
series "i educational activity
the calendar of the organization,
Harry Simonhoff, president, will
i : i -mi Abe P. Gannes, as -
speaker. Executive director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Mr. Gannes will speak on "Auto-
Emancipation.'" He will us. as
his text Leon Pinsker's "New
Origin of Zionist Philosophy." A.
Minenberg will speak in Yiddish
on developments in Palestine.
Beth David Congregation has
announced the appointment of
A Vaham Friedman as cantor
foi the congregation. He will
.-> rve in a year-round capacity.
Cantoi Friedman served promin-
ent conservative congregations
in New Haven, Brooklyn, and
Mount Vernon. prior to coining
lure. He has devoted much of
his time i<> arranging and direct-
. choral groups, ami will con-
services during the High
Holy Days assisted by the Beth
Cantor Friedman studied lit-
urgical music in Berlin under the
supervision ol Max YVogodsky
and Cantoi Aaron Friedman, his
uncle. He subsequently returned ,
tn New York, and completed his
musical studies at Damrosch In-
stitute et Musical Art.
Moses Krieger, residing at 1114
Alton Road. Miami Beach, aged
76 passed away at the Rivermont
Park Hospital Tuesday, August
28 leaving surviving him his
widow. Mrs. Rebecca Krieger.
and six daughters. Mrs. S. G.
Greenspan and Mrs. Dorothy
Fink, residing at 420 Rivo Alto
Island. Miami Beach: Mrs. Bror
G Dahlberg and Mrs. Louis Matz
,1 Chicago. 111.; Mrs. M. C. Bur-
ton and Mrs. Solomon Metz of
Washington, D. C
Moses Krieger settled in Mi-
tmi Beach in 1929. after having
resided in Pittsburgh for a num-
ber of years, at which place he
was a clothing manufacturer. Mr.
Krieger retired from business af-
ter selling the Fisher Lumber
Company of Miami, which he op-
erated until 1938. He was a
member of the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation of Miami Beach, the
Miami Zionist District, and B'nai
B'rith, His widow i~ active ill
civic, communal and religious af-
fairs in Greater Miami, partici-
pating in the work of the Red
Cross, the Dade County War
I -t. and until recently presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Congress, Women's Division, of
Services wen' conducted by-
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, assist-
ed by Cantor Maurice Mamches,
Thursday afternoon from the
Beth Jacob Auditorium.
Gordon Funeral Home had I
charge of all arrangements.
Notice i* hereby given that the
undersigned, ii.siring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ORANGE lioWI.. 232 Plag'ei St.,
Miami, Florida, Intend! t<> register
,i,, -mli name In the office <>f the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
C......'* '''"'"liKKKMAN SMM-KIN
[. 1-8-15-22 I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Chapter 20722 Acts Of 1941
File A 8305
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Morris Marks holder "f sunr ami
Count v Tax Certificate No. 273I4
Issued the Isi day of June, a i> 1:142.
lied .-.01 i In mj office, ami baa
made application for a tux deed to
i- issued thereon Said Certificate
embraces the following described
proiiert) in the County << Dana, State
,,r Florida, to-wlt:
Tim t SI leas .anal ami road
and l< ^~ Trail RW par Deed Hook
2105, Page S54, Bendle invest -
mint Cork Sub., Plat Booh I,
Pace vT. i on) lining I.I Acres
more or leas, In the County of
Bade, Btate <.f Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate eras in the
. of Flagler Tamlaml Corp.
I'nleat said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the proper-
. a Iheieln will he Hold In
tin- highest bidder at the Court
Housi door on the first Monday In
the month >( October, 1914. which is
ihi md da> of October, 1944
Bated this Joth day "f August. 1144,
R B, I.KATIIKKMAN.
i 'lerk i'f Clrcull Court,
Bade County, Florida
By I. M JOHNSON, D C
o-ii. nil < .hi t Heal)
FILM FAVORITE IS ON
LOCATION IN FLORIDA
Bavld /.iff. 71. died Muiidaj In his
home, 1341 W i ith 81 Sut\\ Ing
ire |.i- wlfi Mrs Ubbj Zifl; n son.
M nn VVashlnjftn hter,
Mrs Kiln Mindes, Chicago Gordon
1! shipped :'i. remain*
fi i burial
i 'h i ea -
WORKERS ALLIANCE WILL
HAVE MOONLIGHT PARTY
A moonlight sail on the yacht
Biscayne will be sponsored by
the Jewish National Workers Al-
liance. Sunday, September 10th.
Proceeds will be used for the
emergency relief activity abroad.
The boat will leave Pier 7 at
8 p. m.
Stnnli i I: Muller, 10-} ear-old
Mi ..li.l Mrs Jos. j.h 11 Muller,
li H \v isth HI died Sunday
.it iionit r.. sides h iiarents, he l*
survived i.. h brother, Max, and his
^i amlmolhei. Mrs Ross
Falkenstein, Miami Hen were
held Tuesday Palmei Funeral Honu
- i charge ol .. n ang< ments,
Funeral services f..i Harvej Cohen,
nif.oit son of Mi and Mm Irving
Col.....' Euclid Aviv, were held
Tuesdaj ..t Rlv< i side Memoi ial
PALM BEACH NOTES
MRS. MABY SCHREBNICX
Mrs. M. Greenstein and child- Rev. E. Panitz of 137 Washing-
ren have returned to the city ton Ave., Miami Beach, spent the
after spending a vacation of sev- week-end at W. Palm Beach.
eral weeks visiting relatives and --------------------------.
friends. Keep on buying War Bonds.
FOUR NEW DIRECTORS
Four newly elected directors
of Miami Beach Apartment Asso-
ciation were inducted at a meet-
Named to the board are Har-
ry Field, 1538 Pennsylvania
Ave: Seymour Fnschman. 956
Euclid Ave.; Sydney Weiss. 1524
Jefferson Ave.: and Ben Ciller,
1220 Pennsylvania Ave. They will
till unexpired terms of former
Silver Springs. Fla. Russell
Hayden, the "dootin tootin"
"Lucky" of the Hop-along Cas-
sidy sei ies of Western movies, is
among one of five young motion
picture stars now at this famed
attraction as the "heroes" of
Army or Navy training films to
be "shot" in the jungles" sur-
rounding the springs during the
nexl few weeks.
Albcrtson. Cloason, and Doug-
lass are with an official Army
Signal Corps unit from Astoria,
L. I., who"II be here ten days
winding up a jungle warfare
Upwards of 30 Japanese-Amer-
ican soldiers from IRTC at Camp
Blanding will be added to the
Navy unit on Sept. 1 for the
filming of a portion of the film.
A third movie unit arrived at
Silver Springs Wednesday head-
ed by Harry Foster, representing
Columbia Pictures. This group
will film the well known Fair-
brother Sisters of Miami, pro-
fessional swimmers and divers.
r#* m um ss
WEST PALM BEACH
'Let Me Get Yoo Some
OS Ml Li S
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING
414'2 8th STREET, WEST PALM BEACH
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 11:39 A. M.
AS A COMMUNITY SERVICE
STRICTLY KOSHER PRODUCTS
IN MEATS AND DAIRY
UNDER PERSONAL SUPERVISION OF
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick
LAINHART & POTTER
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla.
AS MEA1 TO TOU AS TOUB FHOW
WITH YOUR responsibilities,
can you afford to let a Head-
ache, Muscular Paina, Functional
Monthly Pains or Simple Neural-
gia slow you down? Dr. Miles
Anti-Pain Pills have been bring-
ing relief from these common dis-
comforts for nearly sixty years.
Countless American housewives
consider Anti-Pain Pilla almost
aa much of a necessity in the
medicine cabinet, as is flour in the
kitchen cupboard. They have Dr.
Miles Anti-Pain Pilla in the house,
many of them carry these little
pain relievers in purse or hand-
bag. They are prepared for these
minor aches and paina that some-
times occur in almost every family
ARE YOU? Dr. Milea Anti-
Pain Pilla are pleasant to take
and do not upset the stomach.
Get Dr. Milea Anti-Pain Pills
a* your drug atore. Regular
package 25 tablets 25*. Economy
package 125 tablets $1.00. Read
t^H*01""" *nd U" nly ** dir*-
FERGUSON Ft NERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
will be conducted at
139 N. W. 3rd Avenue
Monday, Sept. 18
Tuesday. Sept. 19
Florida. Intend* ,,;'? Wjml ifi
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MARTIN GENET -Sol* jwnl
Attorney r..i *Dni, .
I/KI I ;
., NAME LAW '^S
NOTICE is iii-im-i,vW
the underslfne-l, u" rin. ','1VF-V 'tat
business under ,. ?&&**
pi DOD8WORTH V '&* o!
tocated SI 7:u.7:-..7)I/-l^tTMEN^
Miami Beach, Mon la! ,?i!S K[
register the mm ,*\ n"M til
Clark ol the ci ."^jfl
County, Plorlds un 0( tM|
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APPLICATION FOR fLH
ty. Florida, f. apprwal .TsU'SSI
report and .... linai >\xvVl!!\
mlnlstrator .f ti i: ^ ,(\i,.
This L-L'n.l day r.i
MAX R. SILVER KRTPOR88Ta I
v tt"/i'-n8->i.' ''
Members who have reser-
vations are urged to pick up
tickets immediately to avoid
last minute confusion.
IN THE COCNTY iri-;i-;-s C.,,J
in a.m. K..|. i ,,.,:-;,
FLORIDA IN 1-Rf.BATE 1
In Re E8TATE ''K STEPHPV rf
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... NOT'CE TO CREDITORS
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estate ol HTKI'HKN K l:HKIM,Vjl
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flic the aan rtl
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rrom the dal< rsi pubUcatti
hereof Raid l. mt m .Ifnundj l_
. on tain the lenal iniiin n I th< ]
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Date Ausust 4. ,\ | ||4t
MARI \N HRKISINO,
Aa Adminlsti ati lx ol (hi E
STEPHEN, K HRKIMNG, D .
MAX R SILVER
Attr.rm-v for Administratrix
x 1I-I8-2-1 f"/l
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR |
Notice is hereb) given ths' ESI
KST U.NWOOD I Hi.MAS, t
aasbrnee < >r E\ Drsi v
Disti i. I Tax C'< .. Nuir.btn
D, IM1, has Illi d said Ctrl I
my office, and ha* adf applleall
for tax dpe.l |n .^.. thersoa m f
. ordam iiii la Said CerUJIi
ambracea the n
property, situated in Dadt
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Pace 4. In the county of P*.
st:it.- of Florida
The assessment sali
under the s;,j,i r. ... i.-'.-i *
in the nami ol MILDRED wiak
Unless sanl Certlfiratf shall ie
deemed accord ins '" la". ,as*
will Issue the r ..... the --'th i <
September, A I1 I9H
Dated this |.">th day '
A. D. 144
K. B, I.KATIIKHMAN
Clei* i '!' ult Court,
Dade Cou P :'ii_ .
Bj N (' SI ERRETT. r
s ls-!dl 1-8-1-
Notice i- herern given lljj 4
undervisned. del '" enr~J.
business undei :''
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unncii8iii.'!. nef .......i,.
business undei :''
HYDAI.l. PAIN |,|;,rR1|,',..,i
co.. in iios mi. > Ml'n .''',
Florida. Intends rstatt
In the Offfci '- *,f V'.Td
huh Court ol Dad. '"""Jg-^s
MORTON 111 Hr\ST
Attorney lor Applies
UBON KAPLAN ,.
NOTICE UNDER F.CTiTlOUl
NAME LAW v
NOTICE 18 m-i!i:n ,
lbs undersigned "''JEJl **>
the Clerk of the i'-,"'' M[ht fie
f... Mr.-I. Co n "!' iK ST'1*
tious name, PON ^ ',;;.,, S
nt 2321 P........I- ';" Jhich I '
ii.-.i.i.-. Fterlda, undei "
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the unden mii^
in business und
It, Bapanola W .;_, hsl^
Floilda. Intends '.. ',.
:,,.. ill. the r-lorldJ J
Oasjfi of l -...I. ;ivk ff0"W|
Attorneys foi Fetus*
Buy U.S. Stamps and*
SEPTEMBER 1. 1944
Jewtoh Weliar. Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
tirriT M. I. RASKIN IS BEACH CHAPLAIN HAS Pvt. 1Mb caroiyn Rood. 358
KILLED IN ACTION
had received his silver wings at
graduation exercises in the aer-
ial gunnery at Kendall Field,
Fla., and that he has been or-
dered to report to the advance
bombardier and navigational
school at Carlsbad, N. M. Ken-
neth is a Miami Beach high
school graduate and attended
Florida University until 1943
when he went into the service.
The Meyersons live at 622 15th
KILLED IN ACTION
Lt. Hyman Barash, 28, of the
Bronx, N. Y. He had volunteer-
ed to clear a mine field and was
killed while carrying out that
Ra5k> J, n- I 8ned the mes-
training at the country's largest
WAC training center at Fort
led in action somewhere
City for several years prior to
C!!UT^-nd-'"g SffiJKJS 8"" ALmy Joining the WAC. She is the
in Miami Beach to
fLkSou~th Pacific area.
1 fathei- is owner of the Mod- which he is assigned as a mem-
inar-i nta and a director bcr of the permanent party pcr-
W Miami Beach Apartment sonnel.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rood, Miami Beach.
S/Sgt. Robert Lee Tepper. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tepper,
4510 N. W. 10th Ct., was on the
second ship over the target in
the June 15 raid on the Yawata
industrial area of Japan, and the
first one back to base. A left
waist gunner on a B-29, he went
overseas in April, and is stationed
in the India war area. He has
been in the service nearly two
Pvt. Edward Lang. 12, of Phil-
delphia. Enroute to Greenland,
when the ship transporting him
was torpedoed by a German sub-
marine. He was a flier in the
Army Air Forces.
and active in real
DgtStt JSnal circles.
' ,. Raskm enlisted in the Ma-
MM ncarlv rime years ago after
K in the priorities division
hf di- carccr depart;
KtatPV.,l.inRton for several
K Wh.-:: 'L' was 20 yeafS
dhegrad.-'-d from New Yorw
University v ith two degrees, re-
Chaplain Kraft was born in
Boston, Mass., and is a graduate
of Boston Latin School, Harvard
University and Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary, New York City.
He studied for a Doctor's degree
at Dropsie College, Philadelphia.
For four years in Atlantic City
Chaplain Kraft was a rabbi.
In October of 1942 Captain
a folM.^hip. and was cap- Kraft entered the service. An
of his debating team and assignment in Sioux Falls. S. D.
Capt. Leonard H. Finn, former
Lincoln road dental surgeon, has
received a promotion to major,
according to word received here.
Presently serving as director of
officer and unit training attached
to the army air forces medical
service training school at Rob-
bins, Ga., he was prominent in
Miami Beach civic affairs, having
served as president of the Miami
Beach Civic League.
Robert E. Wasserman. son of
Mr. and Mrs.' J. Wasserman, 930
S. W. Seventh St., has been pro-
moted to the rank of sergent in
the European theater of opera-
tions, where he is a battalion
Sgt. Sandar Lazar, 31, Army
Air Forces, of Gloversville, N.
Y. In Africa.
Capt. Richard G. Labovitz. 26,
Field Artillery, of Mattapan,
Mass. In Tunisia.
Lt. William A. Levitan, 22. of
Roxbury, Mass. New Guinea.
He was a fighter pilot.
Pvt. Maurice M. Menahen,
of Long Island City, N. Y.
I tain -
Mr Raskm has a second son
rtbis attending a university in
Ke York City. ^^
was his first and then he was
attached to the 9th Air Force
during five months in the Mid-
dle East, chiefly Egypt. Upon his
return to the United States he
was hospitalized at Ream Gen-
eral Hospital, then sent to Miami
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meycrson
have received news that their
son. Air Cadet Kenneth MeyersOn,
Lt. Harry E. Gaines, 6949 Ab-
bott Ave., has been placed in
charge of the war bond office at
the Miami Naval air station.
Cpl. Ben Gerson.
cago. In the left
where in Italy.
26, of Chi-
Sgt. Samuel Litt. 31, of New
York City. On his 19th mission,
his plane burst into flames while
on its way out of England. Three
were killed, the rest bailed out.
Pvt. Hy Litwak, 30, of Akron,
O. In Italy.
Seaman Samuel M. Mainwold.
21, of Toledo, O. Off the coast
U Frederick S. Growberg. 23
Iof Mr an I Mrs. I. Grossberg.
ivii S W 20th Rd.. was among Beach as a returnee, and on April
awarded wings during 24 assigned
isea at'the 2551st
lAAF ba contract naviga-
tion school, conducted __ by
I of Miami la I week.
Arthur Howard Courshon. AC
. c 2837 Pine Tree Dr., has just
received promotion from second
to first 'nt- il was an,'
Inouncedby the War Department.
Accompanied by their son.
newly '"u<1 .. J, ,
Wtiu, USA. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
J Weiss, 242 S. W. 10th Aye., re-
turned during the week from a
10-day trip to Madison, Wis.,
where they '' their other son,
Mary, who attending the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin as a Navy
V-12 student. Lt. Weiss leaves
I today for Ft Benning, Ga.
Prt. Sid Beck. 735 Michigan
IAve., Miami Beach, is visiting
to the permanent
Corp Abraham Maasre. son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Maasre, 2348 S.
W. 10th St., is a member of a
base postoffice unit in the Medi-
terranean theater of war.
S/Sgt. Alfred Fishbain. B-17
aerial engineer who has been
based in England for more than
a year, has completed his 50th
mission, his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Fishbain, 1345 Me-
ridian Ave., Miami Beach,
learned Sunday. A former stu-
dent of Miami Beach High
school, he has been awarded
the Distinguished Flying Cross
and the Air Medal with three
Oak Leaf clusters.
Tech. Sgt. Sol M. Unger, 531
Espanola Way, Miami Beach, will
return to the States this month
rotation furlough after
ha family on a 10-day furlough montns overseas in the American
theater of operations. A member
of the medical corps. Sgt. Un-
ger will go to Camp Shelby,
Miss., for processing before com-
Marine Maj. David Drucker. 27.
831 Meridian Ave., whose plane
was shot up three times in less
than six weeks of fighting, has
been awarded the Air Medal, it
was learned Monday. Executive
officer of a Marine fighter squad-
ron, he received #the award for
IS. naval training center, at nis part jn the campaign which
Great Lakes, 111., in company nPUtralized Jap airpower in the
[MM, 44th battalion.
[after completing basic training
I at Bpartanburg, S. C.
Ensign Neal Grow. Supply
I Corps. USKR. 833 West Ave..
Miami B i as been promoted
[to lieutenant, junior grade, the
Naw ana i ed. His mother,
Mr- Lillian Gross, resides here.
Samuel M. Rosner. 18, son of
Mr. and Mrs, David Rosner. 2835
I Prairie Ave is receiving his in-
litiil Naval indoctrination at the
Major Mitchell Wolfson. former
I mayor of Miami Beach, now is
sorr.ewlur North Africa, he
1 advises in i tter just received.
Sgt. Walter Silver. 541 13th
8 M i ii. has been as-
Upted to lit in England to
assist in ti. ing troops which
*'ill reinfoi the invasion of
Second Lt. Robert Hays. 1612
ijwnsylvania Ave., has arrived
Wash., army air
ie son of Mr. and
Hays, of Miami
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.
FiU Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
Rank or Rating
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formation Transmitted by.
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COWEN'S SHOE STORES
155 E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
JACK C. JAYSON
PUBLIC GAS CO.
7200 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL
76 S. E. 1st Street
T RUBIN SONSOriqinal Rubins
|,n 145 N. Miami Avenue
ROTH & HAYS
Manufacturers Agent. Langford Bldg.
TOOLEY MYRON STUDIOS
1W Du Pont Building
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN &
170 N. W. Fifth Street
RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC.
160 E. Flagler Street
1026 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
NANKIN'S SHOE STORE
158 E. Flagler Street, Miami
714 Lincoln Road
ing New Year's since that is
three weeks, distant. I suppose
it is the anticipation of taking a
summer vacation or the after-
effects of one already had. Nev-
ertheless the atmosphere is un-
Lodge activities have also felt
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an-
nounci .1 !"t- the I Ireatei .Miami area.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.,
Miami. Prlda) evening servlci
Saturday morning; al
Rabbi Max Shapiro will dl Ivi
Her men. Evening services at
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach Kii
ai 7 -. 11-.. k sii iiii,i> morning al
B:J0. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
preach Cantor Maurice Mamches
I hi chanl the servlci sh.iin.-h
aunehings. I s, UdoB al 7 p m Religious School
I have heard very little lately Montlaj through Friday, 9 a. m
from the Ladies Auxiliary and '
M. H. A.
would appreciate a call once In a
while from their publicity chair-
man. 1 know that tin- ladies arc
doing some wonderful work in
war Service and it is a pity that
High Hollda) tlckel committee will
the synagogue beglnntag Bat-
urda) al 8 p m, and dall> thereaftei
from 9 a mi i" noon ami from p.
in ti. in p m Re glstratlon << child-
ren i"i religious school begins Mon-
day, Septembel Hh.
uiukv acuvuies nave aiso ieu war service anu 11 is a pity tnat ""> Mpwrnwi im.
the August doldrums since I prop.: recognition and publicity M|Ami beach jewish com-
find nothing of extreme interest cannot be given due to lack of munity center. Conservative,
about which to write. Usually notice. Pleasi ladies, keep us 1*'5 Euchd Ave. Kabalaa Bhabbos
I ramble for a while and will informed of vour work. Kmi.^ evenini al 7:15. Saturda)
I ramble for a while and will
catch upon something with which
to hold your disinterest.
I thoroughly believe that the
Lodge is in need of a gigantic
social affair. With the cabana
party and boat rich al
the past. I think a picnic to one
ol the county parks would be
ideal. The mosquitoes have gone
and summer is still with us. Il
the .social committee should
hap read tins item 1 would ap-
preciate some activity al
with comments of you rea
The next regular meeting will
be held a week after Labor Day
at Beth David. At that time
Brother Friedman will be hack
in our midst. We will also have
a report on what transpired in
Jacksonville at the State Feder-
ation committee meetings. There
also be some plan- for war
activities to begin in the imme-
diate future. Brother Lou Hei-
rmed ol your work.
There will be no personality
this Week due to the atmosphere
d at the beginning of
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
-710 S.W. 12th AV. MIAMI-.
WE OfFICIAllY REPRCSHT
THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN
KWISH FUNERAL HOMES
Information Gladly raflksM on Aeque if
SERVINC MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI
\f-.2 HOUR S
Vagrant facts from a clut-
tered desk: You will be inter-
ested in knowing that display
advertisements of the Institute
for American Democracy em-
ploying the same themes as used
on the billboard located at the
corner of First Avenue and First
Street and which appeared some
months ago in the Miami Herald,
will appear in forthcoming issues
of Liberty and Click Magazine
. Henry Hoke's Blackmail"
makes exciting reading. Its rev-
elations are as startling as those
depicted in the pages of John
Carlson's "Undercover." You
owe it to yourself to keep in-
formed of the current scene.
Reading these two books will
help you do so Another rec-
ommended book is the novel
"Earth and High Heaven." which
begins in the August 26th issue
of Collier's Magazine now on the
newsstands. This love story
deals with the problem of inter-
marriage between a Christian
girl and a Jewish soldier. Lit-
erary critics and religious lead-
ers have described the story as
a forceful presentation of the
folly and immortality of anti-
Semitism The other evening
some twenty individuals repre-
senting almost every cross sec-
tion of opinion in Jewish life in
morning services al B Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will preach on the week!)
portion : the law Cantor Emanuel
Bark.m will cnahl the services. Al
iius time, Norton, son >( Mr. and
Mrs Kin Bloom, and Allen, son of
Mr and Mrs Arthui Htorch, will be-
come liai mltivah \ recent..... \\ iil
follow Khaloxh Seudos it 7:80 p. in.
follow ,-.i i.\ \ i nlng sei < Ice
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF" MIAMI. Re-
form. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami
Inr services, Friday evening al
! I." Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will con-
duct the .-! \ a es.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON
GREGATION, Orthodox. 590 S. W.
17'h Ave.. Miami Hen-Ices Bched-
fl l"i Ida} .il 7. I" |. in ami
i S.iihoImx at :> a in ami I p. in.
[ SIihIohIi s.ini.s iii i- followed bj
M tarlv I "all) i \ Ices at t ''" a m
and ; S3 11 in
Schaarei Zedek Building, 1545 S.
I W. 3rd St.. Miami. Friday evening
services begin .n 7:80 Hat urda)
morning ,,t :i Mlncha and Maarh al
B p in
Joseph B i'Ii in. son of Mi and
Mi Reuben Cleln, will be bar initz-
vah The liai mltsvah will address
I he congregation and Rabbi Hlmon
April will i<-] mmI
Tii kets are now available for HIkIi
Hollda) services at I- 11 locations
Registration Is now open for the
to in.1.1 torah and classes ai e In ses-
sion from in a in to II noon.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
servative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach.
Services a.....heduled for Friday
evening at 7:13: Katurday morning
sei \ Ices u ill be held at :S0,
Rabbi Leon Kronish will conduct
big fimi Habbath service this itetur-
] da) His at i mini topic will be "The
Jewish |i-|i.i\ is v.-t to Come."
Commencing Monday, September i.
there will I.. in attendance, at the
"enter, the membership committee,
|each evening from 7 to ;i .."clock, for
i the purpose of receiving new mem-
All-Time Old-Timers' Night
An All Tune Old Timers'
Nishl (with apologies to Lucky
Strikes) will be held at the Town
Y, 1567 S. W. 5th Street, Miami,
on Sunday evening, September
3rd (Labor Day eve). Young
and old. members and non-mem-
bers, boys and girls, old mem-
bers and new members, and what
have you, are cordially invited
to attend. The affair will be
free of charge, so please come
and bring your family and
Larry Kapncr and His Tropic-
al Knights will furnish music for
dancing. All styles of dancing
will take place jitterbugging,
waltzing, etc. The feature dance
of the evening will be the Square
Dance! Our genial director,
Maurice Grossman, informed me
that "Napoleon" Silver had been
prevailed upon to serve as "call-
er'' for the square dance. I'll
grant you he can probably yell
loud enough to do the job.
An old fashioned barbecue,
in addition to all of the other
nice things planned, has been ar-
ranged by Chairman Harry
Schwartz. Barbecue can be aw-
fully, awfully goodespecially
around Labor Day. So let's not
Following the barbecue, a card
party will be held for those who
wish to participate. Various
games will be played and you
may arrange your own game and
bring your own party if you
Herman Waitsman, who I.
of the hardest working IndV*
sincere members the Y hi,051
known, has consented tn^LS"
the feature attractions taT*
ning. This featuS"A |lfc
showing of Movies of Oldit h*
Y Activities. ManV,7 Tm*
see pictures of ZrsoC ^
ticipating in social andShW
events, and those of you '?
are not old time member, 2
see many of vour p<^i <"'
In the pictures, so f^"*
that this will be ,n eniov^
part of the evening.
This is the fust t,m(
a moon that the Y has held sS
a gala affair I or the Jewish Z
munity at targe, so Ch*irT
hw committee ai, going "all 5
to see that everyone who attends
Some parts of the program areI
of a secretive nature and i
not at liberty to disclose them.
Iney are the .surprises of the
evening. Come and be surprised: |
B'nai B'rith and A. Z. A.
k 7ul,nX exI?,nda best wishes tol
both B nai B nth and A. Z A.
for successful conlcrences of both!
organizations to 1" held in Jack-
sonville over the Labor Dav
week end. It is hoped that the!
Greater Miami Chapters of A. ZJ
A. will conn- away with theirI
share of the pi izi a given and!
awards made up there. Thi Y
is pulling for you, fellows.
Bye now. See you next Sun-
day evening at the Old TiBtcni
138t N. W. 7th 8t. Ph. 8-7301
Best care for chronic sick, conva-
lescent and elderly people
SANEL BEER. M. D., Director
* Large, Beautiful Qroundi^
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your roof repaired now; yen
will save on a new roof later.
"Satisfactory Work by
414 S. W. 22nd Avenue
(This column Is conducted by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation In
I WANT MY MILK
thi; rr>mM,;V "-- | -.r.nier .Miami Jewish Federation Ii
tftis community sat down in a Icooperation with The Jewish Florid
large airy room at the Beach Y '<,,'" M lorn"'unity service. To inforn
For hours a number of vital prob- .'hv'iV,".'!'"',""/ ."' >'oul: organisation's
cemsnw^-, "*r*W !- SS%s? wr\jras* rS
cussed. While at times the argu-
ments were bitter and tensions
rose high, and complete unan-
imity was never achieved, those
in the minority gracefully ac-
quiesced to the will of the ma-
jority and personality differ-
ences were not used to becloud
issues. It was a splendid exhi-
bition of democracy at its best.
And Be Bur* It's
Vitamin "D" Milk
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
TRAOC MASK RCO. U. S. rAT. OTF.
NATIONAL BRANDS. INC.
( otnmunlty Calendar." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
Tuesday. September 5th:
Temple Israel board meetina-. Tem-
ple Israel, s p. m.
Tuesday. September 5th:
s. i w. i-iil-ii s tun-committee on the
(ommlttee un '........unity Needs
^deration office, .....: Com
Blaa vi, p in.
Wednesday. September 6th:
Workmen Circle Brain h N.. 89 !
i.-kmi:,, memberahln meeting, S 30
Thursday. September 7th-
Capital funrti sub-committee on
\.",i Y:"V""7' on Community
nciiI.-, l-.d.niti.in office, 8:13 ,, ,,,
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