The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 17NUMBER 2
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
iOcal Company Receives Citation
?or Performance of Utility Duty
A special Citation for perform-
Uce of duty in the field of elec-
ific Utility service will be given
[,, Florida Power & Light com-
pany by the seventh naval dis-
rict. it was announced in a let'ei
, the utility from 'Admiral W.
Munroe, commandant of the
listrict. ,
The citation will be presented
lormally in a special ceremony
0 be held Tuesday eVcning, Jan-
uary 25 in the Miami senior high
chool auditorium in Miami.
The citation is a recognition
if the cooperation of the utility
a the navy's war effort in the
seventh naval district area and
ps especially directed to the cm-
j>loyeea who made the company's
record possible.
Admiral Munroe's letter states
that since the declaration of the
national emergency and especial-
ly since the United States enter-
ed the war. scores of vital naval
ICtivitiea have been erected in
rritory served by Florida Power
Light company. Speed was
icccssaiy in construction of fa-
cilities. Plants and factories con-
verted or built to meet war needs
|had to be served. Power, light
and fuel were vital to the opera-
tion of all" facilities and speed of
installation essential. The ad-
miral declared that his staff was
cognizant of the speed and effi-
ciency with which the compay
met these wartime demands while
still supplying the increased war-
time population with essential
services.
The result was that whenever
and wherever the navy needed
service in the territory served by
Florida Power & Light company,
the utility made all of the elec-
tric power needed available when
and where the navy required it.
Special mention is also made
of the manner In which the com-
pany cooperated with the Beventh
district in adopting a program
looking toward the conservation"
of fuel oil. Florida Power &
Light company did this long be-
fore such a program was adopted
nationally.
Arrangements for the presenta-
tion program are now being
made. Acceptance of the citation
will be made by McGregor
Smith, president Of the company,
and representatives of all em-
ployes of the company.
Text of the letter from Ad-
miral Munroe follows:
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lacrakaa alltlaa,
Waal. Rarlaa.
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niiiAg. or tka J.iat Baara f.r aaaraa, I ahoall Ilka to tala Uli aaaartualtr aa
III 7ou ul tha m aa 14 coatriwilea ror kara aaaa u iu >> .ff.rt kara 1 Ua Imttt hl Matt-tea.
lac. tka aaalaratlaa of the MMI aatraaaeT, aa4 tatailallj iIm Ik* hlMi
Mill Ur*i tka aa*. mm of ltal Iml aatlaltla* Man taaa tmlrt U larrU
tarr aam* v7 tka Flar iia raaa* Uaat flnapaay. tpaa aaa aaaataarr la tka eoa-
alraattaa of aaaratlac kaaaa. tralalag aaatara. air Malta aaa all atkar faalllllaa.
riaala aaa factorial aara caar.rta* to ar maa araralfkt aaa aa* aaaa aim aa ta
fill praaacllaa aaaaa. raaar, llaki aaa faal n vital ta tka aaaratlaa af all f
tiTiu.i aaa aaaat af laatallatlaa aaa aaaaatlal.
I aa lafaraaa ar of fu.n af m ataff aaalaa oaaaliaaaa tbat tka tlarlaa faaar A
Llakt Oaaaaaj aaa t aartlaa liaaill aalftly aaa afflalaatlr amila aaattaalaa a
rjjiplj taa laaraaul |iflatlaa altk aaaaatlal aanrlaaa.
klla aarfaralac all tkaaa aarrieaa. taa Flarlaa Faaar A UaM Oaaaaar aaa aaaa a
laaaar U a procraa ta aoaaarra faal a aaaaatlty aa aaaaatlal ta aaaal aaa atkar
allttaiT aalta aaaratlac U taa aatlaa aar aaaaa. I rafar particularly ta taa aarlaa
af ataartlaaaaate of taa Oataaar ahlak aarrla* taa alaaaa 'aaaa Taa aaala BaatrUl-
7, Taa aaata raal Oil.* TMa ..aaaln aaa aaaartakaa .liliaalj aa* aaalakaartatl?
at taa raaaaa* af ITaalalt I. I. laaaaa. Daf, aaa aaa at taa tlaa Aatla< "'
aat af taa Diotrlct.
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plaaaat ta araaaat ta raa at a aaltaala tlaa aaa alaaa. la taa aaaatlaa, I alak M
staat w aaat-ratalatlaaa to all aaala la taa Flarlaa raaar A laaat
laaarala.
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\Last Minute Plans Completed for
War Chest Solicitation by Leaders
War Chest campaign division-
lal leaders this week were making
1 last-minute plans for the big
jdrive that will have its formal
opening Friday at 8 p. m. with a
colorful mass meeting for the
[public in Bayfront park at 8 p. m.
All divisional chairmen for the
I entire campaign structure will
hold a final pre-campaign meet-
ing at War Chest headquarters.
127 N. W. Second street, at 4 p.
m. on Friday for final instructions
before the rally. At that time,
according to Oscar E. Dooly. cam-
paiKn chairman, division quotas
will be announced preparatory-
for solicitations that will begin
Monday morning.
Thursday noon, the Miami
Beach group of hotels and apart-
ment house division members
were guests of John Carroll at
the Roncy Plaza hotel for lunch-
eon, with Mrs. Allan Abess.
chairman, presiding. The Beach
Co-chairman, R. R. Adler. will be
assisted in his drive by Abe Al-
lenberg. J. A. Benson. M. M.
Rippa, John C. Frazure, H. N.
Hankoff. Fred Jonas and Thomas
Goose.
On Friday at 10 a. m., the Mi-
ami Beach women's division, un-
der Mrs. J. K. Smith, will meet
at the Miami Beach Woman's
club, with her captains.
Other divisional appointments
include the Miami group of ho-
tels and apartments division, un-
der Abess. with Andy ORourke
and K. H. Sessions, co-chairmen.
Members include W. A. Armbrus-
ter. Mmes. E. C. Walton. E. F.
Brennan. Q. J. Gual. Elinor Rous-
seau. A. M. Reiger and Miss Mary
McTiran.
Federation Releases
Dates for Beginning
of Fund-Raising Drive
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion announced its dates for the
1944 campaign at a meeting this
v.c ek with the drive scheduled to
start on Sunday. March 19th and
lasting through the 31st.
Jake Sher, campaign chairman,
has announced that final contacts
are being made to complete the
campaign personnel, including di-
vision heads and volunteer
workers.
The federation office is now
preparing necessary material for
the drive and planning the vari-
ous functions that will high-
light the intensive concerted ef-
fort to raise funds for the more
than 40 agencies participating in
its receipts. Ben B. Goldman.
executive director of the federa-
tion, has asked n sidents of this
area to furnish the office with
the names of newcomers who
plan to make their home here
Sam Blank, president of the
federation, presided at a meeting
of the directors last Monday eve-
ning at the El Comodoro hotel
at which time the budget of the
forthcoming drive was discussed
in detail. A complete report will
soon be made public as to the
exact 1944 budget that will be
needed to meet the needs of the
federation agencies.
Victory Bazaar and Carnival at Y
Outstanding Event; Singer is Head
DADE LEADERS PRESS
4TH WAR LOAN DRIVE
A score of Dade county busi-
ness and professional leaders met
this week to make plans to raise
$27,805,200, Dade county's quota
in the fourth war loan drive
starting Jan. 18. Local war fi-
nance committee officials will
confer with W. W. McSachern,
state chairman, and Karl Leh-
mann. executive manager, over
details. Of the total quota. $6.-
748,100 must be in the series E
"baby" bonds of individual pur-
chasers.
Horace F. Cordes is executive
chairman, and Claude L. Hemp-
hill, local manager of the Dade
county unit.
NOTED BLIND PIANIST
TO APPEM IN MIAMI
Under auspices of the Dade
County Business and Profession-
al Women's club, Alec Temple-
ton, gifted pianist, will appear in
recital to be held at White Temple
Monday, Jan. 24. 8:30 p. m. Miss
Ruth Brotman is manager.
Templeton is also a composer
of note. Three of his works,
each showing the influence of
Bach. Debussy and Rachmanin-
off are familiar to the American
musical public. "Rhapsody Har-
monique." has been performed by
orchestras in Chicago. Detroit
and Rochester.
The Victory Bazaar and Car-
nival sponsored by the Miami YM
& WHA will be featured in a
three day presentation starting
Saturday night. January 15th.
and lasting through Monday
night at the "Y" grounds. 1567
S. W. 5th street.
Planned on a scale heretofore
unknown to the residents of this
ana. final details of the huge
Victory Bazaar and Carnival
were approved at a meeting held
last night at which time repre-
sentatives of the Miami Service
League, who are participating in
the ticket sale, were present.
Staged under a big tent cover-
ing the athletic field on the
grounds of the Miami "Y" at 15ti7
S. W. 5th street, activities will
include large scale bingo games,
side show attractions, novelty
booths and other unique carnival
features.
Arrangements have been made
for the care of children on Sun-
day afternoon ami a special pro-
main of activity has been arrang-
ed, so that parents may be frei
to t njoy themselves in other
parts of the fair grounds.
W. D. (Bill) Singer, chairman
of the Y's outstanding event, is
personally directing the innumer-
able tasks prior to the affair
and in addition to the entertain-
ment for the anticipated large
gathering of Miamians has pro-
vided restaurant and refresh-
ment facilities.
A series of surprise events
is planned for each evening and
the women of the Miami Service
League together with members
of the Miami YM & WHA are
sharing the proceeds from the
sale of tickets. The funds deriv-
ed by the women's group through
W. D. (Bill) SINGER
these efforts will be used to con-
tinue their program of aid to the
service men in this area. Mrs.
Murry Koven is president of the
Miami Service League and is
heading the league's committee
for this affair. Other members
of the executive bazaar commit-
tee, assisting Mr. Singer, are S.
B. Miller, Leo Ackerman, George
Chertkof. Mildred Weissel, Lillian
Friedman, Mina Levine, Abe
Aronowitz, Sam Silver, Nettie
Novak, Larry Grossberg.
KASHRUTH QUESTIONS HIAS RECEIVES ROSTER
ARE TO BE CONSIDERED OF JEWISH REFUGEES
The last meeting of the execu-
tive committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation agreed
to appoint a committee of five
members to study kashruth ques-
tions in Greater Miami, and to
offer recommendations regarding
the proposed organization of a
community-wide Vaad Hakash-
ruth.
It was agreed to set up a study
committee after a delegation had
appealed to federation to consult
with them and to investigate the
many questions relating to the
practices and supervision of kash-
ruth in Greater Miami.
Federation's study committee,
whose members have been ap-
pointed by the chairman of fed-
eration's board of directors.
Monte Selig, are: Isaac Levin,
chairman; George Chertkof. Dr.
Frank Coret, Morton Russack and
Fred Shochet. The committee
has been instructed to report
back to the executive committee
New York, N. Y.A new list
of names of approximately 2000
Jewish refugees, most of whom
have recently come to Switzer-
land from Yugoslavia and the
liberated part of Italy, has been
received by the Hebrew Shelter-
I ing and Immigrant Aid Society,
Abraham Herman, president.
I stated. The list was transmitted
j to New York to expedite the re-
! lease of the refugees from the
'camps in which they are being
housed by the Swiss authorities
I pending the receipt of "mainte-
nance guarantee funds" for them
and is on record at the HIAS
I New York office.
Begin now your plans for the
Fourth War Loan Drive.
after it has completed its study.
The first meeting of the study
committee was held on Wednes-
day. January 12. in the offices of
federation.
A.D.L SPEAKS TO TALE
AT LYCEUM ON BEACH
On Sunday. January 16. at 8
p. m. Harry Zukernick of the
Anti-Defamation league speakers
bureau will address the Arbeiter-
Ring lyceum. 25 Washington ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Mr. Zuker-
nick will give a resume of the
current anti-Semitic scene and
will outline a program of action
for each individual in helping
to ameliorate the situation.
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
WILL DELIVER INVOCATION
Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman
on leave from Temple Israel will
deliver the invocation at the war
time commencement exercises of
the Jewish Institute of Religion.
Dr. Stephen Wise, president and
founder of the institute, will or-
dain the members of the graduat-
ing class at the services Sunday
afternoon, January 30th.
U. OF M. ORCHESTRA
WILL PRESENT CELLIST
The University of Miami sym-
phony orchestra with Modeste
!A?loo, conductor, will present
Raya Garbousova. cellist, at the
thir symphony concert Sunday
afternoon, January 16th, at 4:15.
The concert will take place at
the Miami senior high school
auditorium.
Begin now your plans for the
Fourth War Loan Drive.
Dade County Defense Council Will
Ask for 5,000 New Blood Donors
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An extensive campaign will be, donors. Of the 3.000 donors ob-
launched Jan. 15 by the medical tained during the summer drive
division of the Dade county de-|some 2,000 answered the call for
fense council to obtain at least, another donation.
5,000 new blood donors to the Coffee and doughnuts are serv-
Dade county blood bank. Chester! ed daily after the slight opera-
M. Wright, executive director, tion. at the downtown station in
has announced. the Ingraham building, which is
The drain on this bank is con- open only from 9 to 1:30, Monday
tinuous, Wright explained, and through Friday.
the citizens of Dade county are Those who desire to make con-
being urged to keep the stock j tributions are requested to drink
of blood plasma built up in order i only black coffee, no sugar, and
to supply the constant demands ] to refrain from eating at least
of the army, navy and civilian four hours before making the
hospitals in this area. Plasma donation. A test is made before
is flown out of this station almost | the blood is taken 4o make sure
daily, it was pointed out, and the the donor is able to give the
needs arc growing as war cas- contribution,
ualties increase. Girls and boys under 21 mutt
The Dade county blood bank secure the consent of parents be-
under the direction of its founder,! fore donating and all over 60
Jack Cleary, supplies plasma to must have their doctor's consent,
the Panama Canal and as far.. Experienced technicians are on
north as Jacksonville. Hundreds duty at both the downtown sta-
of pints are needed weekly,; tion and the blood bank located
Wright^ stated, and it is hoped on the grounds of the Jackson
that this new campaign will bring Memorial hospital. All blood is
sevdral thousand new regular processed at the bank.


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370.416.5S
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700.000.00
145.953.32
40.542.30
117.027.52
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TOTAL LIABILITIES
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tIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1944
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PAGE THREE
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Follow the Crowds---Meet Everyone at the Miami
Y. M.--Y. W. H. A. I
3 BIG NIGHTS AND SUNDAY AFTERNOON
SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY
JANUARY 15, 16 and 17
Starting Evenings at 7:30 and Sunday at 2:30 P. M-
An Old Fashioned Carnival Under The Big Tent
GAMES ATTRACTIONS SPECIAL FEATURES
REFRESHMENT BOOTHS NOVELTIES
Special Events for Children Sunday Afternoon
OUTSTANDING SURPRISE EVENT EVERY EVENING!!!
YOU MUST BE PRESENT
EVERYTHING UNDER THE BIG TOP AT THE
"Y" GROUNDS, 1567 S. W. 5th St., MIAMI
ADMISSION FREE
This Page Made Possible Through the Cooperation of
ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
Seybold Building, Miami
CERTIFIED POULTRY & EGG CO.
728 N. E. 1st Avenue
COWEN'S SHOE STORE
155 E. Flagler St.822 Lincoln Rd.
CROMER WHOLESALE
12 N. E. 3rd St.. Miami
NORTON TIRE COMPANY
500 E. Flagler St., Miami
ROYAL CASTLE SYSTEM
W. D. (Bill) Singer
SOUTHERN LIGHTING SUPPLIES
847 N. Miami Ave., Miami

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DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. 1455 BiscaYne Blvd' Miami
45 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami SAM B. MILLER
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>AY, JAWTARYii ,,,
THE RUSSIANS REACH POLAND
Thfl crossing ;: the RtMBOD =.--.- = into Poland .s a rre~:
milestone :: 3m war. ?_i3.; after liberating s: mu
own tenitory from the Germans brutality is now is position tc
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beg..- the liberanoo c: Poland
Nowhere ~!=t would appeal would the steps
berating army an e march seem tc sweet :s H wil
Particularly ... ths thought :: bs cheerful tc the
the world who remember what Germany did : ths Jews of
-'-".:. Jewish Poland wca Lidice :- : DCrnonaJ scale '-.
whole nation was hers brutcllv murdered
Manifestly even though 'a _= subetannally :.-.r thai as
some percentage :: Jews thai escaped b becomes :: special
interest just -: .rr; _h z-i. thanks tc the advance
available for guerilla zis.sz:.:^ ic the ?_i = .-.-
km week H was reported from underground circles that a
: the ocas .- Poland
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SUGGESTION
May we respectfully suggest to Captain Maurice Evam
the U. S. Army that he give up his idea of presenting "TheM*
chant of Venice" in Army camps? ... We greatly admire S
tain Evans as a Shakespearean actor, but there ore plenty*
other plays by the Bard that he could present most effectiv i
and we do feel that this is no time to bring Srylock back to n
Why doesn't he present J. B. Priestley's new play, "Desert Hi k
way?" ... It was written for and about the army, and trietta
answer the guestion "What Am I Fighting For?" Oneofrt!!
s;x characters is a Jew, and the whole play is a flaming oddhS
for unity The play is a smash hit in England, where ir
touring all the camps. *
FROM FOREIGN PARTS
A representative of the late Sikorsky Government-in-Exil
ci.scussed Polish-Soviet relations in Moscow shortly before th*
diplomatic rupture The Polish diplomat is reported to hav*
said to Stalin: "We don't mind if Polish Jewish refugees or
made Soviet citizens, as long as you promise not to send thon.
back to Poland after the war" ... To which Stalin is said to have
answered: I consider them good material for citizenship even
if you don't, and shall be glad to have them" Montreal Jewry
recently commemorated the hundredth anniversary of the death
of Ezechiel Hart of Three Rivers, Canada ... It is worth rernern-
ag, in these days of increasing anti-Semitism, that Hart wai
elected to the Provincial Government by an exclusively
French-Canadian constituency This was in 1307, and again
in 1808 Progress in interreligious good will in Canada
tly not on the march ... A hundred years ago the
::.ans of Three Rivers were more civilized than
today.
WAR NOVELETTE
is is a true story ... In a Royal Canadian Air Force train-
::g camp a Jewish boy knocked down an officer because the
(erred insultingly to his Jewishness The boy, a
s.x-footer who comes from a very solid and well-
Montreal family, was brought up on charges, and was
: to six days' arrest ... He refused to accept the decis-
i csked for a court martial, on the grounds that he had
:rsc;sm and felt that he had to fight it wherever
in his own country ... He was warned
li expel him from the school and even
to a long prison term ... Yet he insisted ... All
'.ever the court martial was indefinitely post-
P.S.: The boy graduated with honors, highest on the
i was v s'udent in his class to receive a commis-
He now | Hots planes between Canada and England.
jhly respected by his non-Jewish comrades, who often
We respect anybody who fights for his religion,
at or Catholic."
REPORTAGE
';. "' cracks a Broadwayite, is the Scharn-
Song Ar.d Winchell reports a retort delightful
bo was chiding her snobbish brother
:i:ng certain citizens "It's not that
aid, "but you'll have to admit that
- "That's right,' she replied, "they
LITERARY NEV/S
expose of Fascism, 'See What 1
ill likes to recall the days when, as a
' Conn., he was asked to leave the pulpit
se he had sponsored a meeting at which the late Carlo
------ -,~ea anti-Fascist, was the main speaker Biowne
PnOnfJML| _? PulPi! since that day two decades ago, but he still
cHcnaQDie : on occasion uses the rabbinical privilege of per-
ige ceremonies ... The American Committee of
ers and Artists, of which Sholera Asch is the chair-
is now publishing two magazines One in Yiddish,
-ed Unity and issued every fortnight, and one in English.
: New Currents and appearing every month ... The next
issue of the latter will carry an article by Mrs. Stephen S. Wise
on the subject What Makes Me a Jew' Howard Fast, au-
k~v en Tom Pa'ne." is now ready inq a book on Tito.
n^KgOS uVia,n leader ^id Ewen. who has authored a
EJ',?1 books on music, is now at work on a biography of
C ** ; NoveU* Vicki Baum is all set for another
wTi,IUCC.eSS With her ; wun its selection as a spring offering by the Literary Guild.
ABOUT PEOPLE
butwh?ii!2C2? S** who wounded at Guadalcanal
me new. t^ ** PurPle Heart Aw"d because he was afraid
or iea,! 7 ^ ^ m0ther' n of HarTY R ""*
BLYyitr#qwtty of the Zionist Organization of America. -
late fthSTK' ^ W.man cheM mater- a daughter of the
UeutwanTH! m 2?^ Amwica' g1^-* *& L
Ser SaJtobeDrt Morris Morgenthau. who recendy married the
member n?ft P9*. is considered one of the most bruliant
genTht S tiT 7 ^ favrite giandson of Henry Mor-
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JOSEPH M.LIFTCI,PWSTDEKT
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in time of need!
'mn o experience im
pt i*P.nd.biiay7;
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Bwe suffering :'m
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P highly trsinH
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
36 WMhington At.
PHONE 57777
aenthmi qr ^-----,/ A' ine Iav"'e grandson ot ttenry iw
to hffiw^SS! U' S AmbosMdor to Turkey, he is an expert
a^d one of ,hl ?m.UC" T A,e*ander Hadani. a Palestinian
now a pr^afe ^hfi0' ?" !*> Army. J
will be niwi! i Amenca^ crnny ... He volunteered, and
Ze olkW ? t ,t0 ** gUder *W* ... He is a graduate of
he F 5*22*! S?3-* Gennany Andre Maurois.
i back froilit wnt d Giraud's p\ibUc relations expert
country onLSm?11 !T&& to l"** thrOUghOU, S
DeGaulle nrr.^!? ^ encan relatin Watch out for antr
d.an who EZE&P. "* fmer German corn-
aC havuS t^61 te-0* debut ^aht club last *-
sister of c3t?2 whom" vCUntry for a "^ t 1T~* **
n^uii dois whom you ve seen in many films.


FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1944
* Jew 1st fkricfinn
PAGE FIVE
UMN OF TALENT
TO BE SEEN AT MLI
CLUB JAMBOREE:
One of the greatest arrays of j
talent ever to appear on a night
club floor will be on hand Sunday j
afternoon at the Bali club, when
the National Children's Cardiac
home hold their annual sponsors
jamboree and luncheon.
The home, situated on West
Flagler street is making this
year's luncheon an "open to the
public" affair in an effort to aug-
ment their depleted funds so the
work they are doing will be con-
tinued during the coming year.
Dedicated to the cure of rheu-
matic fever and other cardiac
ailments, the home has one of the
only laboratories of its kind in
the United States, under the
constant supervision of a special-
ist. The present capacity is 40
children and it is the hope of the
board of trustees that the funds
taken in at this special luncheon
will enable them to take a step
forward in their plan to take care
of more than 120 youngsters who
arc desperately in need of this
highly specialized type of treat-
ment.
Led by Doc Marcus and the
Radio Aces from the Latin quar-
ter and Sally Rand from the
Hurricane club, a show made up
from the outstanding talent in
Miami and vicinity will be pre-
sented. On hand to supply the
musical background for the
shows and dancing will be the
orchestras of Dave Lester from
the Bali, Tommy Nunez from the
Drum and Jack Eby who is play-
ing at the Royal Center.
An effort is being made to
have Lionel Stander, noted Holly-
wood comedian on hand to pre-
sent the certificates to the new
sponsors. Anyone wishing to at-
tend the luncheon may do so by
becoming a sponsor of the home.
The sponsorship is $100 which
entitles them to a table for four
with luncheon at the jamboree.
The entire facilities of the club
Bah are being donated to this
worthy cause by Brothers Baker
and Delmonico, including food
and drinks.
Benin now your plans for the
Fourth War Loan Drive.
Gartenberg & Schechter's
GEORGE WASHINGTON
HOTEL
Strictly Kc*r D'nirm Room ;
Catering in lh G^neial Public
KpMtl I tv: 1' '"-
Jkms. ':-' >; Mltv; l .
. f.^t-l
516 Waslilnf >liutiil r.^-.i'H
PHONe ="16617
THRIFTY!
ONE-A-DAY
Vitamin A and D T
EACH tablet
than minimum (tally
menta of jBJj two eae
*"n'nf InauActont Vitamin A rnejr|
etui* night blhiiliia, may laaaaaj
tfmmmm to infection of the
throat, ijm, ears and atniiaro,
Vitamin D i* nanary to
the body to nuke uaa of the calHum
and phosphorua In our food.
Inaura your minimum requireanta
of thee* two Important Vitamins, ear
taking a ONE-A-DAY Vitamin A
and 0 Tablet erery day.
. or
2.
Convenientyou take only ooa
tablet a day.
neaaaat-children actually Ilka
the testa and ao win you.
IMPORTANT-when buying Vita-
mina, compare potanctaa and price*.
*Got thean at your drug eta. _
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
A good deal of interest has
been aroused by the establish-
ment of arbitration panels. With-
in a week of the announcement
carried in this column, three-
cases have been submittedall
of them on Miami Beach.
Last Monday night a patient
panel consisting of Rabbi Mes-
cheloff, lawyer Herman Berk and
layman Sol Goldstrom sat for
four hours hearing testimony in
one case.
The case itself involved a
typical landlord-tenant dispute.
As recriminations and vile langu-
age uglied the atmosphere your
columnist was grateful, that we
were washing this dirty linen at
least in private.
A word of appreciation is due
to the two opposing lawyers. Abe
Aronovitz and Ben Cohen. Their
cooperativeness stemmed from
an appreciation of the broader
issues involved. Their willing-
ness to place the good of all above
their personal interest stamped
; them as good citizens.
There are three panels, one for
Miami consisting of Rabbi Sha-
piro. Harry Simonhoff and Isaac
Levin and two for Miami Beach
consisting of Rabbi Lehrman,
Rabbi Mescheloff, Herman Berk,
Harry Zykemick, Sol Goldstrom
; and Dave Phillips at your service.
We urge again that if you have
I a matter which might best be
i arbitrated, that you submit it.
I You can do so by calling or
i writing the ADL office, 330 Sey-
| bold building, Miami or telephon-
l ing to 3-6306.
London (WNS)High British
officials here were reported this
week to have disclaimed any
knowledge of the reported new
plan to partition Palestine. De-
spite their denials the subject
continued to hold attention of
pro-and-anti-Zionist elements.
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
Brathe"
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St., Miami
Miami Beach Properties
Exclusively
Homes and Investments
Atk for my free 1944 Informative
Map of Miami Beach
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
"Trustworthy Real Estate Service"
605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868
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CT^ripure
W a i c r
UJVkM TO TOUR HOME
5-GALLOK BOTTi.! 60c
CASE OF SIX
TABLE BOTTLES.......15c
Plus Botllt Depositi
PHONE 2-4128
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots, Homes, Hotels
Apartment Houses
M. GILLER
REALTOR
1448 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-5875
REAL ESTATEMIAMI
TO BUY OR SELL
CONSULT
HERBERT HODES
REALTOR
1015 Seybold Building
Phone 3-3143 or 2-3426
AN-NELL HOTEL DINING ROOM
700 EUCLID AVENUE
DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
A revelation in Good Food prepared and served by the
Princes of the Prince Hotels of Arverne and Rockaway Park
FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-1191
THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT
1709 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-9951
CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE
All Pastries Baked on the Premises
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS
Catering to Organizations, Parties, and Banquets
Trained dietitians and up-to-date
wAl^ equipment make a strong team
Because trained dietitians today hold relative rank in
the Army, greater attention than erer is being paid to
the nutrition-value of food served the armed force*.
More and more dietitians ire being enlisted, to chat
today they are aerving on virtually all fighting fronts.,
The best methods of food preparation or selectioni
plus the best types of cooking and baking equipment...,
this is a prerequisite of Army food. Gas cooking and
baking* as well as Gas-heated water* play an important
part in this broad program designed to.serva our men
the finest food possible.
Meantime, on.the.home front/Gas coinpanlci^arej!
helping their commercial customers to maintain present
Gas equipment in good operating order. If you are in
need of such help, telephone your Gas company today.
AMERICAN GAS ASSOCIATION
INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL GAS SECTION
420 LEXINGTON AVENUE. NEW YORX
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1$?
'PC* ALL
'COMMERCIAL COOKING
PEOPLES
COMPANY
FT. LAUDERDiUE
MIAMI BEACH
HOLLYWOOD
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PAGE SIX
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tvr/rtyyyi^^^>vwy^'
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
MW^WMwNAA^^A^
M^WMWNA^
W^W^MAAAAM
WEDDINGS
Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hoch-
hauser 509 Kcnmawr avrnur,
Rankin, Pittsburgh, Penna., an-
nounce thi- .nuanement of their
Geraldine, to David
of Mr. and Mrs. A
Miss Rose Sir of Chattanooga
and Manchester. Tenn.. is visiting
with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Harrv Sir, 306 Euclid ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Her fiance
Lt. (j.g) Abe Levine of Chatta-
nooga is stationed at the sub-
chaser center in Miami.
Lt. and Mrs. E. R. Segal arc
now residing in Long Beach, Cal..
where Lt. Segal is a navigator
with the ATC. Mrs. Segal i- the
former Mananna Bn>n>ln.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Zinna-
mon, 4326 Sheridan avenue, were
hosts to their many friends at
their home on Sunday evening,
on the occasion of their 40th
wedding anniversary. Mr. and
Mrs. Zinnamon were among the
founders of Beth Sholom Center
and hold office in the Center
in the Sisterhood.
left
Benjamin J.. son of Mr.
Mrs. Benjamin E, Bronsl
this week to return to his studies
at Mercersburg i in Mer-
cersburg, Pi nna., afti r a 25-day
stay.
Mr. and Mrs, Jacob
turned to their homo. 850 Jeffer-
son avenue, Miami Beach.
touring Florida in a three week
vacation.
BIRTHS
Mrs. Benjamin Rosen
honored gu< I at a man .
surprise party Tues ning
al the 1 "i Mrs Anna Bi I
1234 S. W. 4th tree! 0
were Mrs F
ei e Reizer. Mi
and Mr Ri honored guest was presi nted with announ
11 'ft- ______ January
Nat Zalka will journey to Ci
rado on a combined business and
pleasure trip.
Lt. and Mrs Irwin Harris an-
nounce the birth ol a son, Ro
s on Jan larj Itl at St Fi
pital, Mi Han is the
daughter of Mr I
in E B '.
Bi acl Lt Harri I I
[uarter-

daughter.
Boar, son .
M. Bear. 2135 S. W. 11th Terrace.
Miami.
The bride-to-be is the niece of
Morris Mandel. 1643 S. W. 7th
street. She attended Rankin
high school and business naming
college of Pittsburgh The
groom-to-be attended City college
Of New York and evening school
,,: Pace institute of New York
City. He is a director of the
Miami Fashion council. The date
ol the wedding has not boon si I
Mr and Mrs. I. Tannen, Post
avenue, Miami Beach, announce
the marriage ol thou- son, Harold
Tannen lo Phyllis Olson o! Lin-
\. on December 15th,
l c< emony took place
, Washington, 1) (.'.. where the
v residing.
___________._________
ARBEITER RING ~
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. m
LEGAL NOTICE
N..tlci IrlMMby given UiaTti--------
riersigned, sIHmk to en*av. "
fJctltfiuT --'- bw-
neiiB under the
Dr and Mr Samui I Bei I
tirth oi ,i son Tues-
lth. al
Jan. 14th. Friday, 6:30 p. m. a
birthday 11 li bration will be
|
Mi Sarah Jac il s Mem-
and friends are invited t
nd.
Sunday. Jan Kith, at 8:30 p, in
a li ctun pi rtaining to the activi-
ol the B'nai B'rith's Anti-
Di tarnation league work will be
Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg is
visiting her son-in-law
daughter, Mr and Mrs. Milliard
Clein m South Caroli
Mr. and Mrs Isidor Rothschild
will arrive here January 17th to
vacation on Miami 15, ach. Tl i j
will reside at the Ocean Spray.
Mr. Rothschild will visit with
his brother and sister-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Rothschild of
this city.
Herman Wall left for a week's
business trip to North Carolina.
Joe Gottesman. son of Alfred
Gottesman of this city, spent
several clays with his father this
week. He returned to New York
Thursday where he is associated
with Warner Brothers pictures.
lay n g, al the Ui
i ital, Rabl i s M M
ated al ililah
of the si n ol Mi A
T mpkins, 1936 S W tree!
The
Mr and Mi
Pompano, Fla., look pla at I
Broward general hospital. I
Laudi rdali. on Wednesday, with
Rabbi s M M., hi i ifficiating.
The son of Major and Mrs,
Aaron Simon. 5956 Pintetn
drive, will undergo the ritua
the Covenant ol Abraham al I
hands of Rabbi S. M. Machtei, at
the St. Frances hospital, tod.,.
ENGAGEMENT
N en by Harry Zukcrnick, presi-
I nt ol the Beach Y,
Sunday, Jan 23r I al 6 30 p, m.
Installation ol i is will take
p ace and for thi ci asion b. u I
iker will be H, Appelbaum
i ..! nah M
thi
: ict.
Mr.
igl t< i Ro-
chelle and si n, Bi rti nter-
Iheir many frinds when
they cell rati I thi ii lv< r an-
rsary with a formal 6 o'clock
dinner on January 12th at their
home. 4_.r, W, st 29th Stre. '.. Mi-
ami Boach.
Sat.. Jan. IS. Sun.. Jan. 16.
Mon.. Jan. 17YMHA and YWHA
[of Miami. Bazaar. YMHA of Mi-
I ami.
Sat.. Jan. 15th Bazaar
YMHA ol Miami
Sun.. Jan. 16National Council
of Jewish Women, supper, Beth
Sholem Center. 7 p. m.
Sun., Jan. 16th Bazaar
YMHA oi Miami
Mon.. Jan. 17th -- Bazaar
YMHA i : Miami
Sun.. Jan. 16th National
Council ol Jewish Women, sup-
r B< th Sholom Center, 7 pm.
Mon.. Jan. 17thMiami Beach
B< ach YM c-
WHA2 p. m.
Tues.. Jan. 18th Jewish Wel-
fare bui' I i eting
FI Commodore H p. m.
Wed.. Jan. 19th National
Children's Cardu i H me card
12 30 p. in Beth David
Sisti i i ting Both Da-
vid auditorium 2:30 p, m. Work-
men's Circle Brand. Ni 692
r< gular i hip meeting, 25
Washington avenue, 8:30 p. m
Fri.. Jan. 21st ForUm series
National Council ol Jewish
ial Aspect in Post
Wai Planning"Beach YM &
WHA, 1:30 p. m.
ties* under the flctltu,,... bu*.
MAIN U-I>RIVK IT si :'"" of
V K UH Street. Miami V,,, ,l *l
tend to register *|,| ,',,.,,'",u-
office ..f the Clerk of th. '.' ,h
Court of I>a,le County, p|r "ult
JACOH HAKIIASH
M*> HA KHAKI I '
ll/IT.H-1, u\VW A,U*A
wi.:,_isB 'as li^^v^
in I.ukIih.nn under the flctlttf,,... *H*
< DELUXE .ilUI.I,, at ";V V _
nsth Street. Miami, Florida %
,-ui, ourt 1rfOtfSft3&
QBORO_ CHKRTKOF
All..nicy for Applicant
12 14-SI 1/7-14-fl
Sole ,
ntr
Notice In hereby riven thai ,,
demigned. desiring ?., engage* I
hi,.I... the fictitious "
[IISOAYNE (WDBA -
M 5th St., Miami. Plora \
to regtetei Mid nan,. | ,,,.
[h Clerk of Um circuit V,
Dad. County, Florida. '' <-f
CLARA I. BTETTxm
IDA SCOAKMAN m
II 1-10-17-M N """
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S roi ~~
DADE COUNTY. FLORI
RE. B8TATBN6,,rtl
sa.mi-i.i, COCHRANE
NOTICE OF INTENTION To'tlA-B
APPLICATION FORFINA,
DISCHARGE
I Noti,.- ia berth) given thai : i,_v
mj final report and p. for
final IHa, hart* aa a_ecutrl>
Mat* of Bamuel Cochrane ,|,
pnd thai on the Tth da} of i
W I i:i..i,!.,. County Juda,
Florida, for appro",
report and for final dl
i v itria of the Batat.
eaaed
Tins lth daj .if Januai \. \%u
MAX AVl^_EE C 1111,1'" I Exei ui, ix.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bracker
were entertained at a dinner
party at the Latin Quarter last
Sunday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Weinkle in honor of their
25th wedding anniversary. They
arrived here from New York on
January 9th and are spending
10 days at the Versailles hotel.
Mrs. Bracker is a sister of Nat
Blumberg of this city.
Engagement of Miss Beatrice
Penso and Staff Sgt. Daniel Ep-
stein, USA, was announced Dec.
27 by her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Penso. 1340 Pennsylvania
avenue, Miami Beach.
Staff Sgt. Ep ti m ol the
Rvv. and Mrs. Zelle |
Brooklyn, N. Y.. is stationed at
Seymour Johnson field. Go
boro, N. C. Both Miss Pen i and
Staff Sgt. Epstein attended
schools in New York.
LaGUARDIA GETS REPORT ON
ANTI-SEMITISM IN NEW YORK
New York CWNS)William B.
rland commissioner ol inves-
tigation re| ted on his investi-
gation ol anti-American and anti-
"t vandalism and vi-
i n Ni a York City
closed that these arts were not
the result of any conspiracy, but
largely the spawn of propa-
ganda from such organization a
the Christian Front and Chris-,
tian Mobihzers.
Buy War Savings Bonds.
IT
Sparkling Diamond
I RINGS
V
Maurice Cromer is spending 10
days in the north.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need
PALM BEACH NOTES
MBS. MARY SCHREBNICX. H.pT_,__-.
Drink
COCA
COLA
Coca Cola Bottling
Company
of
West Palm Beach
Florida
LFA
I WANT MY MILK
v*
Ft _at hi Dairy
Froducln
WEST PALM BEACH
4___CREAMICE CREAM
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHED 1893
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS'
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach Fla
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOM E, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WES__._ALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
And B Sure If
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Mk
"Milk Producta"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
VUit Our Farm at
MOO N. W. 32nd S_Ut
Oflered In a variety ol beau
nlully deilqned ttinqi .
Natural or white aold. Priced
Irora
$27.50
Watch and /ewelry
flepairina
DANZIG'S
EVvLEsS
-:f "halcyon arcaDI
"'I *l*9er S
Notice li hereby given that tl in.
'"'' aeelrlng t,. niaae ,
|>""_un N'-KZKI. IIKAfTV SALON Mj[
WanhlnBton avciiup. Miami i ,
ii",,i.i. Intend* to refiner eald tm
,,, the orfli ,.f thf ci^rk f u.
cull Courl ..f l>ad<- CountN. Florida.
...... ZELDA i> i\a.\
12 i .-_-::t l ; -14
Notice i hereby given that th* jn-
rned, dealring t, .!:*.
neea under th- fi,titi.,i,s ,,.,-
'I-'MIK IMPORTINQ EXP
ISO CO al It N W. ui 81 M
I i,,l.i. ir.tt-n.lM to irirlt.r eald
in the office .,f thr Cwk of th. |-
cull Courl .,f Dade County, Florida
I U-Jl-ltl/4.11 M 1,IKI^!^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
_ NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT VAT CONCERN
Notice la hereby given that tl
ari-Higned, i>ur-.uant to the "Plcl
v.:, HUtUte," lloune Hill No
' haptet No !0s;j. |_wb .,f P da.
j'll. ||| reglater with the Cl
ine Circuit t'ourt. in and f, Dad*
ounty, Horlda. upon receipt ,,f :,r-K,f
or pubUcmtlon of thla notice, tf
' i iv-'li. "'""" to-wlt: || i: k K i; T
'' n ir. under which we are
"B-*d mi oiiHlneaa at 1< Went FlegL-r
".;' '" he City of Miami. PI
niat the |MrtleH Intereeted In wid
Dualncae enterprise, are aa follow.
AI>AM KAWNciWITZ
M>A ItAIIINi i\VITZ
ll"V KAI'I_\N
Attorne) for Applicant*
:<--'i : 4-M
AL-A SKLTZEB
't ~Uf far n_-
* c~* od M t.m.
elf
, Drjiam Ne,ln. ,
. n.-,^, ,,/ i Are
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
i; ,.-.. NAME LAW
T' >MKiM IT MAY CONCERN
Notloe Im hereby given that the un-
Tnlgned. purHuant to the "flel
Jjame Btatute." Houne inn No. it:;.
Chapter N,, 209i3, I_wa of Florida.
{"' ,"'" reglater with the Clerk of
ui* < Ircull Court. In and for I*,ie
l ounty, Klorhla. upon receipt of
o publication of thla notice, th.- fl.
.''"~ [rn, to-wlt: |>AN AMKIU-
;' AN IMIol'.TINC, roMI'ANY. under
*5"J, "" ?ngaged In business at
Jji N i: Kirat Avenue. In the CM '
Miami, Ptorlda
"hal Ihe party interested In ai "uaim ent< priae is as folio*,
, ,. ... I.PX> OWEN
LEON K I PLAN
Attorney foi Applicant
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+Jewish fk>rMian
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W\ FK
Lt. (j.g.) Bernard M. Wall is
spending a 15-day furlough with
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Wall, following foreign duty with
the sub-chaser division tp which
he is attached.
Arthur A. Selevan. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Selevan, 1672
Jefferson avenue, Miami Beach,
has started bombardier naviga-
tion training at Midland, Tex.
SERVICE
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F\ W\ F\ F\
PAMDE!
Temporary promotion to cap-
tain and orders to proceed from
home to active duty was received
hy First Lieut. Murray Morris
Reckson, MC, 1350 Collins ave-
nue. Miami Beach.
Stanley J. Newmark, son of
Mr. and Mrs. N. Newmark, jr.,
1611 Lenox avenue, Miami Beach,
who entered the University of
Michigan as a pre-medical stu-
dent after graduating from Mi-
ami Beach high school, has been
called from the enlisted reserve
corps into active service at Fort
Dix. N. J.
MELVIN H. BLOOMBERG
IS LISTED AS CASUALTY
Melvin H. Bloomberg, 21. Mi-
ami radio operator with the mer-
chant marine, has been killed, his
father, George W. Bloomberg,
561 W. Flagler street, was noti-
fied Saturday by the navy.
Graduate of Miami high school,
Bloomberg enlisted in the mer-
chant marine in June, 1941. Dur-
ing his school days he developed
an interest in radio.
Melvin has two brothers in the
service; Munroe D.. with the
United States army in Italy, and
Robert L., in the signal corps.
In addition to his brothers, he
is survived by his father, a mail
carrier, and his mother.
PORT SECURITY FORCE
VOLUNTEER IN RESCUE
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED 8HOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
8AM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG, VIce-Chalrman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac.
Executive Committee
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B- Goldman,
Maurice Groaaman, Louia Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitz, Alex-
ander F. Miller, at Roth, Fred
Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph
Stein, Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl
Weinkle. George Wolpert, Harry
Zukarnick.
CAMP SHELBY SOLDIER
MISSES MIAMI GREATLY
Arthur H. Siegel. 5916 Pine
Tree drive, Miami Beach, is en-
rolled in the pre-aviation cadet
training course at the U. of Ala-
bama.
Dr. Norman S. Angel, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Angel, 1550
S. W. 13th street, is believed to
be in England after combat sur-
geon duty in Italy.
Staff Sgt. James R. Reisiig.
1610 Euclid avenue, Miami Beach,
has been promoted to sergeant,
it was announced by his com-
manding officer at AAF redistri-
bution center No. 2, Miami
Beach.
A volunteer port security force
member, Seaman 1/c Victor Le-
vine, was credited by the coast
guard Saturday night with rescu-
ing a fisherman from Biscayne
bay after he had fallen from his
boat. Levine, on duty at the
Causeway bend, was patrolling
the bulkhead there and saw the
man struggling in the water. He
rushed to a small boat nearby
and succeeded in pulling the man
from the water. Police identified
the rescued fisherman as Eric
E. Pierson.
LIEUT. F. H. KAUDERS
RECEIVES ASSIGNMENT
Aviation Student Bertley Sager
18, Miami Beach, son of Mrs.
Olga Sager, 1300 Euclid avenue,
has arrived at Michigan college
nf mining and technology,
Houghton, for pre-flight instruc-
tion.
Robert Dell Levitt, seaman 2/c
resident of Miami Beach 19 years
is taking a radio technician
course at the naval repair base at
San Diego, Cal. He was graduat-
ed from Miami Beach high
school. His mother, Mrs. Daisy
Levitt, lives at 829 Ninth street,
Miami Beach.
One, Two, Three, FourWar
Bond DriveOver the Top.
U.S.M.aitn*i-
hKi*
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, -rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel, receiv-
ed a letter this week concerning
his nephew in service. A former
local physician, the item reprint-
ed below will be of interest to
his many friends:
"Dear Dr. Kaplan:
Your nephew, Lieut. F. H.
Kauders (MC) USNR. has just re-
ceived his orders. He will be on
duty at Noumea.
I wish to say that he won the
highest respect and esteem both
from his colleagues and from the
nurses, corpsmen and patients for
his skill, patience and poise. I
have heard several of the doctors
and the hospital corpsmen who
are capable critics and keen ob-
servers, speak of his splendid
work. They grew very fond of
him. I've had many conversa-
tions with him and in all of them
your name was brought up. I
miss your good companionship,
and I wish you every happiness.
Cordially yours
EDGAR L. PENNINGTON.
Lieut. Comdr. (Chaplains' Corps)
USNR."
The following letter was re-
ceived this week from Murray
Kellman, a former Miamian now
in the armed forces:
Camp Shelby, Miss.,
January 6th, 1944
Dear Fred:
Just returned from a tough
period of maneuvers and sudden-
ly realized how much I miss
Miami, and all my friends there.
So I decided that I'd drop you
a line and tell you that.
How is everything with you?
How is the "Y" and all my friends
in it? Let's have some news
about everything in general.
You might like to know that
I have been in the army since
May and am attached to the
combat rifle regiment of the in-
fantry, 69th division.
This division was activated in
May, primarily as an infantry
division. I'm a squad leader and
doing swell. I've gained weight
and feel tough as nails. We are
almost ready for big things now.
When it will happen I cannot
say, but it might be "sooner"
than I think.
Let me hear from you. My
wife is fine and my son is in a
military academy. He is a cadet
in a very fine academy in Vir-
ginia. I'm very proud of him.
Please convey to your mother
my best regards. Also, remember
me to the boys at the "Y." Par-
ticularly to Maurice Grossman.
I hope this finds you and your
family in the best of health.
Your friend.
MURRAY KELLMAN.
Sgt. Kellman asks his friends to
write him at Co. C. 273d Infantry,
69th Div. A. P. O. 417, c/o Post-
master, Camp Shelby, Miss.
aMALLTHEFROMTS
T/Sgt. Justin Seitenbach, 23.
of New York City, was killed
when his plane, operating in the
middle eastern area, was shot
down. Sgt. Seitenbach was an
engineer and gunner and his
commanding officer, in writing
to the sergeant's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Karl Seitenbach of 600
W. 162nd street, said that Justin
was "one of the best engineers
I have ever worked with." Sgt.
Seitenbach, a German refugee,
was one of three brothers iTi ser-
vice.
Lt. Sidney Lubin, 22, of Al-
bany Park, 111., has died of
wounds received in battle in
North Africa. A graduate of De-
Paul university law school, Lt.
Lubin has been in service since
July, 1942.
Lt. Samuel W. Miller, 24, of
Brooklyn, a Chemical Warfare
Service officer attached to the
infantry, has been killed in ac-
tion in Italy. His refusal, after
being wounded in the Sicilian
campaign, to accept a two
months' leave which would have
brought him home, received con-
siderable notice in the press here.
He wrote his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Miller of 1115 Union
St., "1 am going to stay over here
until I can walk up the streets
of Berlin playing 'The Star Span-
gled Banner' with my tommy
gun." It was pointed out that at
the time of the action which re-
sulted in his death, he might
have been on leave.
Lieutenant Miller left City Col-
lege to enter the service in 1941
and was overseas for six months.
Pvt. F. C. Nathan Rinkor. 26,
of Columbus, Ohio, has been kill-
ed in action in Africa. On Nov-
ember 8. 1942. Pvt. Rinkov was
wounded while acting as crew-
man in a tank. After a period of
treatment, he recovered com-
pletely, and returned to active
service on April 20 of this year.
He was killed six days later,
ipeB MUBl JoinouB auunp
MIAMI ATTORNEY NOW
COURT JUDGE IN SICILY
Major George B. Mehlman was
appointed superior court judge of
Sicily, according to word receiv-
ed here this week. A former at-
torney Major Mehlman practiced
both in Miami and in West Palm
Beach. This is the highest couri
in the land and supercedes all
other tribunals.
MEDAL IS AWARDED TO
Lt. VICTOR BOGACHOFF
Lt. Victor Bogachoff, 3089 S.
W. 19th street, has been awarded
the air medal for his part as a
bombardier in the heroic aerial
attack on the Gilbert islands in
the mid-Pacific last November,
it was announced Thursday from
Central Pacific headquarters of
the seventh army air force.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Boga-
choff, he is a graduate of the
University of Florida and a for-
mer newspaper reporter. He won
his lieutenancy at the army fly-
ing school at Midland, Tex., last
June.
Lt. Kenneth Schlasinger, of
Streeter. N. D., who with his Fly-
ing Fortress crew made his way
to friendly territory after their
plane had crashed in a Nazi-held
area, is one of the most decorated
men of the war.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 21. 1944
+Jewlsti FlcriciSa/n
PAGE rWE
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
12-30-43 a. m. The ADL
makes public affidavits and state-
ments indicating a serious condi-
iinn of anti-Semitic hoodlumism
in the Washington Heights area
of New York City.
12-30-43 p. m.New York City
Commissioner of Investigation
Herlands, announces, in com-
menting on charges made by
ADL that a citywide investiga-
tion of all cases of anti-American
and anti-Semitic vandalism call-
, (| to the attention of his de-
partment has been under way
during the past year and that a
comprehensive report will be
submitted to Mayor LaGuardia
within the next week.
Police Commissioner Valentine
promises a citywide "militant
move" against juvenile delinqu-
ency charged with responsibility
for anti-Semitic outbreaks in
Ni- York City.
12-31-43Meeting of Protes-
tant. Catholic and Jewish leaders
convened by the national con-
fi rence of Christians and Jews to
g< t at the roots of anti-Semitism
in New York City.
District Attorney Frank S.
Hogan promises swift and vigor-
ous prosecution of anti-Semitic
.Hums.
I.3.44 Valentine orders in-
111 ase in mobile detective con-
trols in area affected by anti-
11it- activities and desei ra-
tions of church and synagogue
buildings.
1 -5-44Plans for combatting
prejudice through broad cultural
program In city schools outlined
;it meeting of interfaith leaders.
1-0-44Associate Superintend-
ent of Schools Greenberg an-
nounces that he is going to
Springfield) Mass., to study
Springfield plan to eradicate ra-
cial and religious prejudice by
education; Protestant and Catho-
lic clergymen and rabbis in
Washington Heights area unite in
plan to end outbreak of anti-
Semitism; New York state as-
sembly gets bill making it a
felony to desecrate the property
of any religious institution.
1 -8-9-44 Statement prepared
by 26 rabbis, ministers and
priests calling upon parents and
all civic educational and religious
leaders to do their utmost to
check juvenile delinquency and
racial prejudice read in all syna-
gogues and Catholic and Protes-
tant churches in the Washington
Heights area.
1-9-44Mayor LaGuardia of-
fers $500 reward for anyone giv-
ing information leading to con-
viction of any person guilty of
vandalism, desecration or any
other damage to any place or
worship or cemetery.
1-11-44Herlands issues com-
prehensive report on anti-Semi-
tic disturbances in New York
City and suggests a policy for
the police and makes 12 recom-
mendations for a coordinated
citywide program to deal with
I the subject.
1-12-44 The ADL declares
Commissioner Herlands' findings
.supports its original revelations.
1-13-44Bill making it a mis-
demeanor to publish or cause to
be published any false written
or printed material promoting
hatred of any group because of
race, color or creed, introduced
in New York state legislature
under bi-partisan sponsorship.
1-14-44Commissioner Valen-
tine issues order amending rules
and regulations of New York City
| police department to forbid mem-
bers to associate with persons
[engaged in subversive activities
lor to join organizations that fos-
ter racial or religious hatred.
JEWS TO AID IN POLISH
POST-WAR REBUILDING
London (JTA)The Polish Na-
tional Council finally agreed this
week that representatives of Pol-
ish Jewry be included in all po-
litical Polish bodies dealing with
the post-war reconstruction and
economic rehabilitation of Pol-
and.
A proposal for such represen-
tation, made by Emanuel Szerer.
one of the two Jewish members
of the Council, had been under -
discussion for some time. The
adopted plan also provides for
the formation by the Polish gov-
ernmentwithin the framework
of general reconstruction services
of a special commission to deal
with problems of economic re-
habilitation especially pertaining
to the Jewish minority.
At the same time the Polish
National Council, at its week-end |
session, made it clear that it is
I averse to having on its records I
of any mention of the existence!
of anti-Semitism in the ranks of
the Polish armed forces.
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Under the auspices of the Dade
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+jeHtfkfMte!L FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. ^ PAGE EIGHT NOTES OF Y. M. H. A. bySAM SILVER In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Victory Baxaar The Y's Victory Baiaar held last week-end was truly an outstanding affair. The ground? ol the Y were covered with a huge tout in Which all knuls ot games ..suallv played at bazaars were held All who attended seemea i.) enter int.. the spun of the occasion and enjoyed themsives. Much credit is due Hill Singer ami lus entire committee mr staging this affair in such a grand manner. I don't have the entire list of Bill's committee before me .,i tins time, but all of them deserve recognition and thanks Recipients ol awards at the baiaar were Pvt Jerome Rose, who |s stationed at Miami Beach. Jerry Merlin, a member ol Sigma Kin. chapter ol A •' A and Mrs. Eva Hartlej Incidentally. Mildred Weisel sold some tickets to Sha B who in turn returned them t her Mildred thought it \\ be a fine .ui-sturon her pa give those tickets to so singave Pvt. Jerome Rose London Arms Hotel 717 COLLINS AVENUE Now Opn to .tho Public Under Personal Management 0. ftOSNER Formerly Hotel Aetor DINING ROOM—NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC pYTTttft ISO *B?*TBD Dietary Liwi Strictly Observed PHONE 58-1174 for REST CONVALESCEMCl onjCHRONic CASES IfySun-RayPark IHealth R_esort MIAMI W rL*6t.t.0~COT rvOMIDA -GORDONFUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Mecns of Individual Circumstances "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME' the ticket which he held. By the way, we had the pleasure ol driving Pvt. Rose to town after he received his award and he asked me to tell the people at the Y that he ami all ol the othei soldiers who had attended the Saturday muht dances held I j us have enjoyed them more I they have any other affa i by any .'HUT organizations where in Dade county He thai the fellows feel i home at the Y than they do elsewhere. Rabbi Shapiro Lecture Rabbi Max Shapiro ol i ; vi, 1 congregation \\ ill s| the sub i i' Bai Pounder Cha at the V n< xl W< rung, January 26th. at %  k T Israel -t Mn ma. and the I th it i ution by Ral real • I ss il th ; %  season's cultu Shapiro, in oui Cabaret and Dance A %  i : I for l v Watch t %  Monthly Bulletin As A i weeks V • -. Iished i nth If any I > i tun ation of us (ti nun 50071 and give us a h It is the type of publication w will be a credit to our orgai • n. so you NSttS an i an as fi II B'NAI BRITH NOTES MARX FEINBERG tid i I 15 o clock the B'nai. B'ril .in • n making very At the conlast meeting. bond drive in with the fourth war loan g very slow progwntmg the total Buy Wat Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the ir^-.ec forest the help they need MILSTEIN'S RESTAURANT 1 IT 2 13' Wash. Are.. M. B. Worthy ar.d IVserves Your Full Support and Reccr.ur.er.dcr.on I. M. 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This reticence on behitflf disputing parties is not htZ when they are in court but the contrary is exaggerated h therefore appears from the bservation of all parties that^n impartial arbitration accomplish es better results than any court decision—the weight shifting h* ance being the t-ltiu. i,t of human relations. The reason I have gone into this so much is because of m vital importance to the maintenance of friendly relations in this community. The arbitrators are chosen not by the organization but by the parties themselves %  0 that there is no question of undue influence or prejudice The savings of attorneys fees court costs and other expenses are only incidental inducements let me urg< each of you who has n n i dispute, whether legal or otherwise, to call Alex Miller Bt the ADL office or the writer at 3-4728. Left not wash our clothes in the middle of Flagler street! The Hillel commit:., has been • mely busy lat< %  h Dr Sachar who now hving in our community on establishing a commui isorr mittee for Hillel. This committee ii to lxcomp led I i section of lead. r> in the community who an ted in furthering the welfare of our lege youths. When action has n taken on thh tti r you will be duly advised. Arrangements have been going ahead for the installation of new officers which will be held someid.and time in Februarythe exact dare being undecided at this writing— probably at Temple Israel Details will be announced at the first meeting in February or soon• omit voting arnicaJewunity in pubnth we I lead ir n It ry 1 as* if decided before it l the treen Jews mmunity. one ft • itigants /. in • rmitthe jur>and what ..: I end lilts are to ; relations emus. arbitration • only to attempt fair and impartial also to reconcile ng in harmony : are two Is ol ur organizatttei arbitrated past month parties and ei u ucviucu miuuuicii. im guest speaker will be either Robert Lune. the international director of B'nai B'nth war sen-ice bureau, or Dr. Abram Sachar. If "schmoos" were blood. Sholem lodge would have a blood bank that would fill the court house. There is a convenient receiving station on the ground floor of the Ingraham buildint in the heart of the city Walk in sometimes at least four hours • after eating and rest 15 minutes. both You will be surprised what that rest will mean to some soldier who forgot what the word means. GOLDSTEIN TH STUDENTS OF ADDRESS TO FERNANDINA Harry Goldstein. CPA. addressed students of the Fernandina high school on Wednesday on the commemoration of Robert E Lee"s birthday Or. Series E Bonds Now! %  S %  s %  %  ;, A 3 %  Bx-~ %  A War Sav / \ Every Week Day Night 8 p. m. RACING 10 RACES NIGHTLY • • • HURDLE RACE FEATURE • • • MMK Gats' OrOBtra UJEHFLflGLER J KEnHEL ClUB itlLmluL at *rtk 0&



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PA3E FOUR fJeniitncridiar FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 19^ The Jewish Floridian nS.W.Seea P o B^ : %  -%  ph?n? _r £-..:.; :..: July 4 SOCIAL OF M1HHI MEET IN SESSluii FREE -1 M:^::: FI %  %  LOUIS SHOCHET ~7.1z.ze: —The JewisFlondic jailed tc nil Eternal res as 7T.T7H 25th 5639—JANUARY 16th "3* Hue in U^ltL UU ZJLCUXL BtAlnd£i to£'M frj-iAWl" • • '. %  %  • %  %  OBIT I ARIES I IRESTONE LOUIS ZALUD 742 M • H H •"'... I M I JEWS IN THE ARMED FORCES According k wliuaK any mads BM Bomber :: lews iB BM BOBad ::::e= ;: BM UattBd StatSS BOw ^ CffOB&d th haU ir___;:. marc 7:.j is -i _r._s_-_y .zrrt ^r_-e I would DND that >ws ir. BM AaMaecm amec farces r.urr..->er something like thirty (STMOBI Tfafi .£ more men ior examz'.e BMB BM Oerrr.::r.£ have OB BM tanas ror: AT. rzy ai a -~ n_ois more -nor. some :: t;.r Bmcdtai cornet an provide Boll mjDioa men is c big e&oagh force t: ploy 0 nete—.r_r.r role fa the wiiBttag of the w~; tWBIBBBlMij BM s^e o: BM foriafe DBBtofbaBOB wifl probably be orerioc^ei and we may take M ID: z:zz.:ez mat nalBriBBNBBflBng dM tgBi ani-Semites triD g 0 on charging that Jews are eva—; rotary service 1: has always been their habr to be BktiBBVBfll ;t KM rum One phase aboat —e tawfafc BBBBJbBBBB tc the armed forces, however seems tc oiler a more hoperjl mterpretanon. That is —What will be the eiiec* of tms large Jewish contingent on the men in the army as a whole Recent; y a Jewish Welfare Board represeotatrre was quoted as saying thai there was no racial feeling whatever m the army. WiL the Christian soldier when he returns from the war. with the knowledge of his Jewish buddies at his side be c gullible victim for the stones of these antiSemrtes' It is hard to believe that they wiL The Anti-Semites will hare to face these veterans. NATHAN BERNKNOPF • a re-. York, died H \ a %  thi G :• • i in I i %  :• Ml R : M : f 0 ^' I Greal Neck knopf! .; we* 5 y; a dau, l ist Michaelson of Neck Tf we wont to lay the whole of the foundation which I believe is necesscry m order ior the world to have peace, then the peoples -now knag in mandates and colonies, of whatever nawf"^ fS *? ?2 taere ^ t* >om in the structure which we are building for tnem tc mcz eventual freedom also At SSL? -rT n %  mC t'haL --* Worid PP^tion, are involved. They are human oeings not chattels. Many of them alcove, hve m ignorance some even in barbarism. And •am* are bound by caste and ancient customs. But evervwW-and this is the new. the important, the startling fact fhe pohBcaDy dangerous fact-everywhere among them are fc^be9liungs of revolt against the old order under which the^v have so long lived.'— Wendell Willkie. y CHESTER ALEXANDER :andcr. wh • was T ; "•' t club masteri i I cerem rues and j staged shows | • :v local lodges, died unexpected!} at 6 P ,J": ed ;" %  While talking In ill health, he had returned to Miami only two months aco af.er four years durm* which he was engaged in theatrics] work m the Middle West and the IV cific coast. Surviving are bit wife, Mrs. 5 „i lr A J } nder J and a br Ser William Alexander, both of Mi ragged 5 !" !" "" U ^ %  Mcify GottficUnilal By PHINEAS J. BIRON THIS AND THAT The U. S. consulate in Mexico, granted visas to a delegate's to come to the United States some time ago.. rtly after this delegation's visit to Chicago. Mexican and ati Semiusm became super-active in that city. j, JJJ that those groups had come out mto the open with agitation against the Jews. The Anti-Defamation League', report on anu-Semitic violence in New York hasn't scratched ice. %  City Investigation Commissioner Herland', iepo:: is much more complete, but will never be published m Father George B. Ford, only Catholic priest scheduled to speak at last week's Carnegie Hall rally against anu-Sen> meeting sponsored by the council against intolerance), the program at the last minute. Why? ( i | lidVl l.ke Lhe slogan. "Keep anti-Semitism out under which the meeting was called. ... Why New York. • Aren't we interested in the rest of the LISTEN HERE •ween the American Jewish conference and y committee to save European Jews is only startProminent editors of important America.-, r.ewspa.edged their support to the committee. Benjamin ted Conn., left SI.500.000 in his will. ... An v who came to this country 50 years ago, c-r.se fortune in the junk business Most to go to a brother and sister now m nan-: Poland. Too bod he didn't leave it fo: th rescue :r.s now. Money in an Ame:.-:n bank t Epstein relatives from the gestapo. '.'.'.-en New me, the Cafe Royal, was in its heyday, • I res ente d a play, called "Cafe Crown." ten in that famous landmark. Now is en the decline, with c new owner trying to So he has given the Cafe Royal a new namebet:, names, we feel, aie a bit out of date in thr< r.es. Helen Hoskins, authoi and rt Goering will replace Hitler in Nan .pt to convince the world that Germany The nazi party, the ledy prorough 1945. The fair crystal-cctzer alio that Roosevelt will not be reelected. end that e out of the political picture. MAGNUM OPUS Congratulations to Dr Isaac Landman, editor, and Lous • %  :>--v.it.ve end literary editor, on the publication of the tenth end final volume of the Universal Jewish Encyclope:..-. .--ted encyclopedia is a major achievement d man and Rittenberg and their board of editors may well be proud. Particularly striking in volume ten is the piece by rturiel Arthur Sxyk, dedicated To the Hallowed Memory of Europe's Martyred Jews." ... If you'n been putting off the acquisition of the encyclopedia until all the volumes have been published, now's the time to see about ag your set. Need we add that every Jewish home should have the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia" WAR THEATRE Sergeant Harry Homer of the U. S. army, the late Max Remhardt s pet scenic designer, has been sent to Hollywood under military orders, to do the sets for the movie version d jed Victory. ... Chief Petty Officer Artie Shaw of thi U. S. navy spent a brief leave in New York not long ago. ... He was here just long enough to get acquainted with his fr month-old son, and to hear that Metronome, the music magazine, had voted him "Musician of the Year" for 1943. Broadway's Maurice Manson used to be considered a veritabh wizard in make-up. ... He understudied eleven characters in the farce "Arsenic and Old Lace" because) of his incredibB knack for making himself look like any one under the sun— or spotlight, if you prefer. Now a sergeant in the U. S. he has been assigned to working on rubber prosthesei. mak.ng artificial noses, ears, etc., for those unfortunate soldieB who have been disfigured beyond the help of plastic surgery. ABOUT PEOPLE We are indebted to Walter Winchell lor this neat if rather old Einstein anecdote. The late Mrs. Albert Einstein ono visited the astronomical observatory atop Mount Wilson. • • She asked about the giant telescope there. "We use It"* was told, "to discover the shape of the universe." • "Ml husband." said the famed scientists wiie. "does the son* thing with a pencil, on the back of an old envelope." • Samuel Segal is a veteran Zionist leader of New York. ... His nan* is known throughout the country, however, fox he is the inventor j of the famous Segal lock. ... As he wa coming home k* the other night he saw a policeman struggling valiantly open a house door for a drunk who had loet his key S aB begal looked at the lock. and. after cle4e*mining that it w not a Segal lock, proceeded to pick it open. "Wish I couM pick the lock on the gates of Palestine he mumbled to • bewildered cop. For VICTORY BUY V H ITED • TATE 3 SAVINGS BONDS STAMPS BRING YOUR FAMILY TO Steinhouser's Restaurant 666 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH SERVING A FULL COURSE HOME COOKED DINWEB OPEN DAILY FROM 4 TO 9 P. R SUNDAY 12 to 9 P. M WE ARE CLOSED ON MONDAY



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PAGE SIX *Je*isti-narkHan m***t tv r/rt y yyi^^^>vwy^' SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS MW^WMwNAA^^A^ M^WMWNA^ W^W^MAAAAM WEDDINGS Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hochhauser 509 Kcnmawr avrnur, Rankin, Pittsburgh, Penna., announce thi.nuanement of their Geraldine, to David of Mr. and Mrs. A Miss Rose Sir of Chattanooga and Manchester. Tenn.. is visiting with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Sir, 306 Euclid avenue. Miami Beach. Her fiance Lt. (j.g) Abe Levine of Chattanooga is stationed at the subchaser center in Miami. Lt. and Mrs. E. R. Segal arc now residing in Long Beach, Cal.. where Lt. Segal is a navigator with the ATC. Mrs. Segal ithe former Mananna Bn>n>ln. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon, 4326 Sheridan avenue, were hosts to their many friends at their home on Sunday evening, on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Zinnamon were among the founders of Beth Sholom Center and hold office in the Center in the Sisterhood. left Benjamin J.. son of Mr. Mrs. Benjamin E, Bronsl this week to return to his studies at Mercersburg i in Mercersburg, Pi nna., afti r a 25-day stay. Mr. and Mrs, Jacob turned to their homo. 850 Jefferson avenue, Miami Beach. touring Florida in a three week vacation. BIRTHS Mrs. Benjamin Rosen % % % %  honored gu< I at a man surprise party Tues ning al the 1 "i Mrs Anna Bi I 1234 S. W. 4th tree! 0 were Mrs F ei e Reizer. Mi and Mr Ri RIVK IT si „ :'"" of V K UH Street. Miami V,,, „, l *l tend to register *|,| ,',,.,,'" ,u • %  office ..f the Clerk of th. '.' ,h Court of I>a,le County, p|„ r .„ ult JACOH HAKIIASH M*> HA KHAKI I ll/IT.H-1, u\V W A, U *A wi.:,_is B 'A S l i^^v^ in I.UKIIH.NN under the flctlttf,,... *H* %  < DELUXE .ilUI.I,, at ";V V nsth Street. Miami, Florida % ,-ui, ourt 1rfOtf S ft3& QBORO_ CHKRTKOF All..nicy for Applicant 12 14-SI 1/7-14-fl Sole ,„ ntr Notice In hereby riven thai ,, demigned. desiring ?., engage* I HI,. I... the fictitious %  "•• [IISOAYNE (WDBA M 5th St., Miami. Plor„ a \ to regtetei Mid nan,. |„ ,,,. [h Clerk of UM circuit V, Dad. County, Florida. '' • Mat* of Bamuel Cochrane ,|, pnd thai on the Tth da } of i • W I I:I..I, !.„,. County Juda, Florida, for appro", report and for final dl i v itria of the Batat. eaaed Tins lth daj .if Januai \. \%u MAX AVl^_„ EE C""_unad I\A.\ 12 i .-_-::t l ; -14 Notice i hereby given that th* jnrned, dealring t, .•!:*. neea under thfi,titi.,i,s ,,.,•'I-'MIK IMPORTINQ EXP ISO CO al It N W. ui 81 M I i,,l.i. ir.tt-n.lM to irirlt.r eald in the office .,f thr Cwk of th. | %  cull Courl .,f Dade County, Florida I U-Jl-ltl/4.11 M 1,IKI ^ ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT VAT CONCERN Notice la hereby given that tl ari-Higned, i>ur-.uant to the "Plcl v.:, HUtUte," lloune Hill No haptet No !0s;j. |_WB .,f P da. j'll. ||| reglater with the Cl ine Circuit t'ourt. in and f,„ Dad* • ounty, Horlda. upon receipt ,,f : ,r-K,f or pubUcmtlon of thla notice, tf i iv-'li. "'""•" %  to-wlt: || i: K K i; T %  N ir. under which we are %  "B-*d MI oiiHlneaa at 1< Went FlegL-r "•.;'• '" he City of Miami. PI niat the |MrtleH Intereeted In wid Dualncae enterprise, are aa follow. AI>AM KAWNciWITZ M>A ItAIIINi i\VITZ ll"V KAI'I_\N Attorne) for Applicant* %  :<--'i %  : %  • .• 4-M AL-A SKLTZEB '• %  t ~Uf far n—_%  c ~* od M t.m. e lf Drjiam Ne, ln N.-,^, „,,/ i Are NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS i; ,.-.. NAME LAW T' >MKiM IT MAY CONCERN Notloe IM hereby given that the un• %  •Tnlgned. purHuant to the "flel Jjame Btatute." Houne inn No. it:;. Chapter N,, 209i3, I_wa of Florida. {"' ,"'" reglater with the Clerk of ui* < Ircull Court. In and for I*,ie l ounty, Klorhla. upon receipt of o publication of thla notice, th.fl. %  .'•'"~ [rn, to-wlt: |>AN AMKIU;' AN IMIol'.TINC, roMI'ANY. under *5"J, •"" &f •ngaged In business at Jji N i: Kirat Avenue. In the CM %  Miami, Ptorlda "hal Ihe party interested In ai OWEN LEON K I PLAN Attorney foi Applicant i It 21 :• %  I-II N0\J^ ?, T.M.U. _-^_ c ^.oonnl—t A ro_ dm* ii M "bteiS-_: SOUTHERN DAIRIES It m m %  !.. % %  —>_ 1 ^ a _. %  aaIc. Cr^mT^ Fl ^ Al KEA1 TO TOU Al YOU1 PHOM London Arms Hotel 727 COLLINS AVENUE Now Open to the Public Under Per, "icnt D ROSNCR Fort--, .. •., A | DIN \OW ORE". TO HUDLIf L .% • 11 y OI PHONI. 58 1174 BR 'NG YOUR FAMILY TO oteinhouser's Restanrnf SUNDAY 12 to 9 P M ^^ECLOSED ON MONDAY TUomi for REST 'CONVALESCENCf --JCH*OMICCA$E$ "fTSun-RayPark J'Health Resort



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PAGE FOUR The Jewish Floridian i P. C w H141 Ent -i :..:: :•:. FRED K SHOCHET. Ma Editor Subscription—] Year s. 5ii M FLORH TIBET VOLUME i: :-v::: I:. > knist fkrMBan "li !" >AY, JAWTAR Yii ,,,„ THE RUSSIANS REACH POLAND Thfl crossing ;: the RtMBOD =.--.= into Poland .s a rre~: milestone :: 3M war. ?_i3.; after liberating s: mu own tenitory from the Germans brutality is now is position tc • • beg..the liberanoo c: Poland Nowhere ~!=T .• would ap peal would the steps berating army an e march seem tc sweet :s H wil Particularly ... ths thought :: .• bs cheerful tc the the world who remember what Germany did •: ths Jews of %  -'%  ".:. Jewish Poland wca Lidice :: DCrnonaJ scale '-. whole nation was hers brutcllv murdered Manifestly even though 'a _= subetannally :.-.r thai as some percentage :: Jews thai escaped b becomes :: special interest just -: .rr; %  _H z-i. thanks tc the advance available for guerilla zis.sz:.:^ ic the ?_i = .-.km week H was reported from underground circles that a •: the ocas .Poland PIEJDICEIHIES • %  -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE MUdfy GongidetUial -By PHINEAS J. BIRONfenders oi America 1 rus: the health ask the question ;: everyone they elected z :r": ere you doing in office* Thev • • r --• -&.. •~~ hey Uid be aetermined •-_ see thev ------r —Magistrate Anna M. Faces, of New Yc — %  ~'\ DVANTAGES of a l>AI>0 FEMtAL MORTGAGE J % %  : % %  : %  > •LOW RATES • EASY PAYMENTS LONG TIME TC PAY • PROMPT SERVICE • A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Your LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION ^_ RESOURCES OVfcH S7.9SO.000 IIAlftE FEDERAL •/ ~"f" *t MIAMI SUGGESTION May we respectfully suggest to Captain Maurice Evam the U. S. Army that he give up his idea of presenting "TheM* chant of Venice" in Army camps? ... We greatly admire S tain Evans as a Shakespearean actor, but there ore plenty* other plays by the Bard that he could present most effectiv i and we do feel that this is no time to bring Srylock back to n Why doesn't he present J. B. Priestley's new play, "Desert Hi k way?" ... It was written for and about the army, and trietta answer the guestion "What Am I Fighting For?" Oneofrt!! s;x characters is a Jew, and the whole play is a flaming ODDHS for unity The play is a smash hit in England, where ir touring all the camps. FROM FOREIGN PARTS A representative of the late Sikorsky Government-in-Exil ci.scussed Polish-Soviet relations in Moscow shortly before th* diplomatic rupture The Polish diplomat is reported to hav* said to Stalin: "We don't mind if Polish Jewish refugees or made Soviet citizens, as long as you promise not to send thon. back to Poland after the war" ... To which Stalin is said to have answered: I consider them good material for citizenship even if you don't, and shall be glad to have them" Montreal Jewry recently commemorated the hundredth anniversary of the death of Ezechiel Hart of Three Rivers, Canada ... It is worth rernernag, in these days of increasing anti-Semitism, that Hart wai elected to the Provincial Government by an exclusively French-Canadian constituency This was in 1307, and again in 1808 Progress in interreligious good will in Canada tly not on the march ... A hundred years ago the ::.ans of Three Rivers were more civilized than today. WAR NOVELETTE is is a true story ... In a Royal Canadian Air Force train::g camp a Jewish boy knocked down an officer because the (erred insultingly to his Jewishness The boy, a s.x-footer who comes from a very solid and wellMontreal family, was brought up on charges, and was : to six days' arrest ... He refused to accept the decisi csked for a court martial, on the grounds that he had :rsc;sm and felt that he had to fight it wherever in his own country ... He was warned li expel him from the school and even to a long prison term ... Yet he insisted ... All •'.ever the court martial was indefinitely postP.S.: The boy graduated with honors, highest on the i was v s'udent in his class to receive a commis• He now | Hots planes between Canada and England. jhly respected by his non-Jewish comrades, who often We respect anybody who fights for his religion, at or Catholic." REPORTAGE ';. "' cracks a Broadwayite, is the ScharnSong Ar.d Winchell reports a retort delightful bo was chiding her snobbish brother :i:ng certain citizens "It's not that %  aid, "but you'll have to admit that %  • "That's right,' she replied, "they LITERARY NEV/S • expose of Fascism, 'See What 1 ill likes to recall the days when, as a •' Conn., he was asked to leave the pulpit se he had sponsored a meeting at which the late Carlo -,~ ea anti-Fascist, was the main speaker Biowne PnOnfJ M L | _? P ul P i! since that day two decades ago, but he still c H c n a Q D i e : on occasion uses the rabbinical privilege of perige ceremonies ... The American Committee of ers and Artists, of which Sholera Asch is the chairis now publishing two magazines One in Yiddish, -ed Unity and issued every fortnight, and one in English. : New Currents and appearing every month ... The next issue of the latter will carry an article by Mrs. Stephen S. Wise on the subject What Makes Me a Jew' Howard Fast, auk~v en Tom Pa 'ne." is now ready inq a book on Tito. n^K g OS u Via n leader • %  • ^id Ewen. who has authored a EJ',? 1 books on music, is now at work on a biography of C ** • ; NoveU Vicki Baum is all set for another wTi,I UCC eSS With her Army. J will be niwi! i Amenca ^ crnny ... He volunteered, and Ze olkW ? t t 0 ** gUder W ... He is a graduate of he F 5*22*! S? 3 -* Gennany Andre Maurois. i back froi lit wnt d Giraud's p\ibUc relations expert country onLSm? 11 !T&& to l "** thrOUghOU, S DeGaulle nrr.^!? ^ encan relati n • • Watch out for antr d.an who EZE&P. % %  %  %  "* %  *• fmer German cornaC havuS t^ 61 te -0 debut %  ^aht club last %  •*sister of c3t?2 whom" v C Untry for a "^ t 1T~* ** N^UII DOIS whom you ve seen in many films.


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 21. 1944 +Jewlsti FlcriciSa/n PAGE rWE Face Facts By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League 12-30-43 a. m. — The ADL makes public affidavits and statements indicating a serious condiiinn of anti-Semitic hoodlumism in the Washington Heights area of New York City. 12-30-43 p. m.—New York City Commissioner of Investigation Herlands, announces, in commenting on charges made by ADL that a citywide investigation of all cases of anti-American and anti-Semitic vandalism call, (| to the attention of his department has been under way during the past year and that a comprehensive report will be submitted to Mayor LaGuardia within the next week. Police Commissioner Valentine promises a citywide "militant move" against juvenile delinquency charged with responsibility for anti-Semitic outbreaks in NiYork City. 12-31-43—Meeting of Protestant. Catholic and Jewish leaders convened by the national confi rence of Christians and Jews to g< t at the roots of anti-Semitism in New York City. District Attorney Frank S. Hogan promises swift and vigorous prosecution of anti-Semitic .Hums. I.3.44 Valentine orders in111 ase in mobile detective controls in area affected by anti11itactivities and desei rations of church and synagogue buildings. 1 -5-44—Plans for combatting prejudice through broad cultural program In city schools outlined ;it meeting of interfaith leaders. 1-0-44—Associate Superintendent of Schools Greenberg announces that he is going to Springfield) Mass., to study Springfield plan to eradicate racial and religious prejudice by education; Protestant and Catholic clergymen and rabbis in Washington Heights area unite in plan to end outbreak of antiSemitism; New York state assembly gets bill making it a felony to desecrate the property of any religious institution. 1 -8-9-44 — Statement prepared by 26 rabbis, ministers and priests calling upon parents and all civic educational and religious leaders to do their utmost to check juvenile delinquency and racial prejudice read in all synagogues and Catholic and Protestant churches in the Washington Heights area. 1-9-44—Mayor LaGuardia offers $500 reward for anyone giving information leading to conviction of any person guilty of vandalism, desecration or any other damage to any place or worship or cemetery. 1-11-44—Herlands issues comprehensive report on anti-Semitic disturbances in New York City and suggests a policy for the police and makes 12 recommendations for a coordinated citywide program to deal with I the subject. 1-12-44 — The ADL declares Commissioner Herlands' findings .supports its original revelations. 1-13-44—Bill making it a misdemeanor to publish or cause to be published any false written or printed material promoting hatred of any group because of race, color or creed, introduced in New York state legislature under bi-partisan sponsorship. 1-14-44—Commissioner Valentine issues order amending rules and regulations of New York City | police department to forbid mem%  bers to associate with persons [engaged in subversive activities lor to join organizations that foster racial or religious hatred. JEWS TO AID IN POLISH POST-WAR REBUILDING London (JTA)—The Polish National Council finally agreed this week that representatives of Polish Jewry be included in all political Polish bodies dealing with the post-war reconstruction and economic rehabilitation of Poland. A proposal for such representation, made by Emanuel Szerer. one of the two Jewish members of the Council, had been under discussion for some time. The adopted plan also provides for the formation by the Polish government—within the framework of general reconstruction services —of a special commission to deal with problems of economic rehabilitation especially pertaining to the Jewish minority. At the same time the Polish National Council, at its week-end | session, made it clear that it is I averse to having on its records I of any mention of the existence! of anti-Semitism in the ranks of the Polish armed forces. 0ftfM&** s Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripure Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOVE S0ALL0N BOTTLE 6 0c CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 7 5c Plus Bottle Depositi PHONE 2-4128 NOTED BLIND PIANIST TO APPEAR IN RECITAL Miss Ruth Brotman, popular soprano and active in Miami music circles, will present Alec Tcmpleton, noted blind pianist at B recital to be held at the White I Temple. Monday evening, January 24. at 8:30. Under the auspices of the Dade County Professional and Business Women's club, a large list of patrons for the affair have | been announced. The list includes outstanding figures in the community, in addition to Governor and Mrs. Spessard L. Holland. Pbst Time Measure Buy Series E Bonds Now! REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Gartenberg & Schechter's GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL Strictly KoshrDining Rcom Catering to tnr Geni .11 Public Special ntV" .• %  t • Pi I llonx, i'. 11 rim H 1 v 11 III W1 %  %  PHC'KE 0-6617 Miami Beach Properties Exclusively Homes and Investments Ask for my free 1944 Informative Map of Miami Beach B. E. BBONSTON. Realtor "Truatworthy Real Eitate Service" 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 55868 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 THRIFTY! REAL ESTATE—MIAMI OIE-A-MY Vitimli k MM • Ti E ACH tablet satslai S% than mBmmm daily %  asata ml then twotaw. tsarina. Insufficient Vltaanin A cause nit blindness, mar "•bUnce to Infection ml the threat, eyes, ears end otnuaea. Vitamin O is necessary to enable the body to make use of the calcium %  a* Phosphorus) in our food. TO BUY OR SELL CONSULT HERBERT HODES REALTOR 1015 Seybold Building Phone 3-3143 or 2-3426 DAILY DOUBLE FIRST AND SECOND RACES Daily Double Windows Close 2:15 P. M. ADMISSION CHARGES DADE COUNTY J .[.III, INCLUDl.Nfc> TAXE = Grandstand R.ry.o it.It $1 CO ArfKiliOiClubhouse Bleachers NO M NORS ADMITTED $1.35 $2.60 $ .75 SATURDAY. JANUARY 22nd FEATURING THE 4th OF 11 GREAT STAKES THE J 0 For Fillies and Mares, Three-Year-Olds and Upward—Seven Furlongs—(Out of Chute) $5,000 ADDED Tomorrow Saturday, January 22. the races arc operated by the Hialcah Park Fund, Inc.. a non-profit corporation. All proceeds are to go to the War Chest of Dade County. THE MIAMI JOCKEY C L D B, INC. There's PLENTY of Electricity, & There Isn't Any To Waste! Wasted •lectridty mmu WSSM el iueL manpower, ease*. raaot and tocnapetlc n t— ( • essoaodb) el esr skst ee Ms Ike p todweboa el dsrtriritr. Wests slews dews %  •wet eHett d*lay ike day el Victory. .Insure your rsjnimirm iinnlrsms Jfckine OHX-A-DAY Vitamin A •4 0 Tablet day. •ely M tablot a day '" %  — —ckildron actually like • %  baft*—and • will you. npOBTANT—wnan buytn*Vlm•Oet J


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PAGE EIGHT
NOTES OF Y. M. H. A.
by-
SAM SILVER
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Victory Baxaar
The Y's Victory Baiaar held
last week-end was truly an out-
standing affair. The ground? ol
the Y were covered with a huge
tout in Which all knuls ot games
..suallv played at bazaars were
held All who attended seemea
i.) enter int.. the spun of the
occasion and enjoyed themsives.
Much credit is due Hill Singer
ami lus entire committee mr
staging this affair in such a grand
manner. I don't have the entire
list of Bill's committee before me
.,i tins time, but all of them de-
serve recognition and thanks
Recipients ol awards at the
baiaar were Pvt Jerome Rose,
who |s stationed at Miami Beach.
Jerry Merlin, a member ol Sig-
ma Kin. chapter ol A A and
Mrs. Eva Hartlej
Incidentally. Mildred Weisel
sold some tickets to Sha B
who in turn returned them t
her Mildred thought it \\
be a fine .ui-stur- on her pa
give those tickets to
so sin- gave Pvt. Jerome Rose
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the ticket which he held. By
the way, we had the pleasure ol
driving Pvt. Rose to town after
he received his award and he
asked me to tell the people at
the Y that he ami all ol the othei
soldiers who had attended the
Saturday muht dances held I j
us have enjoyed them more I
they have any other affa i
by any .'Hut organizations
where in Dade county He
thai the fellows feel i
home at the Y than they do else-
where.
Rabbi Shapiro Lecture
Rabbi Max Shapiro ol i;
vi,1 congregation \\ ill s|
the sub i i' Bai
Pounder Cha
at the V n< xl W<
rung, January 26th. at
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tid i
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15 o clock
, the
B'nai. B'ril
.in
. n making very
At
the
con-
last meeting.
, bond drive in
with the fourth war loan
g very slow prog-
wntmg the total

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than we have and with
days remaining, have
. at least half of their
This is due mainly to
attitude of most
ip I know that
, are buyina bonds
1 know also tnui
, subscribed to
Ihi igh employ-
I ... ft per cent
i Kcuse that
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their witnesses conferred lor ,
proximately four hours At ?P"
end of the hearing U was Jf
believable to note that th T
put* worked itself ut a ed a-
suited mainly from an unwind
ness of the parties to sit h 1,
and intelligently discuss the m?
ter. This reticence on behitflf
disputing parties is not htZ
when they are in court but
the contrary is exaggerated h
therefore appears from the b-
servation of all parties that^n
impartial arbitration accomplish
es better results than any court
decisionthe weight shifting h*
ance being the t-ltiu. i,t of hu-
man relations.
The reason I have gone into
this so much is because of m
vital importance to the mainte-
nance of friendly relations in this
community. The arbitrators are
chosen not by the organization
but by the parties themselves
0 that there is no question of
undue influence or prejudice
The savings of attorneys fees
court costs and other expenses
are only incidental inducements
let me urg< each of
you who has n n i dispute,
whether legal or otherwise, to
call Alex Miller Bt the ADL of-
fice or the writer at 3-4728. Left
not wash our clothes in the mid-
dle of Flagler street!
The Hillel commit:., has been
mely busy lat<
h Dr Sachar who now hv-
ing in our community on estab-
lishing a commui isorr
mittee for Hillel. This com-
mittee ii to lx- comp led I i
section of lead. r> in the
community who an ted in
furthering the welfare of our
lege youths. When action has
n taken on thh tti r you
will be duly advised.
Arrangements have been going
ahead for the installation of new
officers which will be held some-
id.- and time in February- the exact dare
being undecided at this writing
probably at Temple Israel De-
tails will be announced at the
first meeting in February or soon-


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if decided before
it l the
treen Jews
mmunity.
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itigants
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the jur>- and
what
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end
lilts are
to
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us.
arbitration
only to attempt
fair and impartial
also to reconcile
ng in harmony
: are two
Is ol ur organiza-
tttei arbitrated
past month
parties and
ei u ucviucu miuu- uicii. im
guest speaker will be either Rob-
ert Lune. the international di-
rector of B'nai B'nth war sen-ice
bureau, or Dr. Abram Sachar.
If "schmoos" were blood. Sho-
lem lodge would have a blood
bank that would fill the court
house. There is a convenient
receiving station on the ground
floor of the Ingraham buildint
in the heart of the city Walk in
sometimes at least four hours
after eating and rest 15 minutes.
both You will be surprised what that
rest will mean to some soldier
who forgot what the word means.
GOLDSTEIN TH
STUDENTS OF
ADDRESS TO
FERNANDINA
Harry Goldstein. CPA. ad-
dressed students of the Fernan-
dina high school on Wednesday
on the commemoration of
Robert E Lee"s birthday
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wJewisfh IFIaridliia in COMBINING TUHB J^BWUSlh HJinBlty P9 VOLUME 17—NUMBER 2 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS iOcal Company Receives Citation ?or Performance of Utility Duty A special Citation for performUce of duty in the field of elecific Utility service will be given [,, Florida Power & Light company by the seventh naval disrict. it was announced in a let'ei the utility from 'Admiral W. Munroe, commandant of the listrict. The citation will be presented lormally in a special ceremony 0 be held Tuesday eVcning, January 25 in the Miami senior high %  chool auditorium in Miami. The citation is a recognition if the cooperation of the utility a the navy's war effort in the seventh naval district area and ps especially directed to the cmj>loyeea who made the company's record possible. Admiral Munroe's letter states that since the declaration of the national emergency and especially since the United States entered the war. scores of vital naval ICtivitiea have been erected in rritory served by Florida Power Light company. Speed was icccssaiy in construction of facilities. Plants and factories converted or built to meet war needs |had to be served. Power, light and fuel were vital to the operation of all" facilities and speed of installation essential. The admiral declared that his staff was cognizant of the speed and efficiency with which the compay met these wartime demands while still supplying the increased wartime population with essential services. The result was that whenever and wherever the navy needed service in the territory served by Florida Power & Light company, the utility made all of the electric power needed available when and where the navy required it. Special mention is also made of the manner In which the company cooperated with the Beventh district in adopting a program looking toward the conservation" of fuel oil. Florida Power & Light company did this long before such a program was adopted nationally. Arrangements for the presentation program are now being made. Acceptance of the citation will be made by McGregor Smith, president Of the company, and representatives of all employes of the company. Text of the letter from Admiral Munroe follows: 7(J0) na IWIiattiaa.) SEVEN1II NAVAL DISTRICT MIAMI. rimm>A rl9* Taa riorlla r\>aar MM Oaapaar, Mr. MoOr.jr laltk, rniUM, lacrakaa •alltlaa, Waal. Rarlaa. >MI Mr. aalthi aa pablla mltlttr millll ara '. allaiaia for inr-lr *" aaaHa malar fiHl niiiAg. or tka J.iat Baara f.r aaaraa, I ahoall Ilka to tala Uli aaaartualtr aa %  %  %  III 7 ou ul tha M aa•> .ff.rt kara 1 Ua Imttt hl Matt-tea. • lac. tka aaalaratlaa of the MM—I aatraaaeT, aa4 tat ail al l j IIM Ik* hlMi •Mill Ur*i tka aa*. mm of ltal Iml aatlaltla* Man taaa tmlrt U larrU tarr aam* v 7 tka Flar iia raaa* Uaat flnapaay. tpaa aaa aaaataarr la tka eoaalraattaa of aaaratlac kaaaa. tralalag aaatara. air Malta aaa all atkar faalllllaa. riaala aaa factorial aara caar.rta* to ar maa araralfkt aaa aa* aaaa aim aa ta fill praaacllaa aaaaa. raaar, llaki aaa faal n vital ta tka aaaratlaa af all f tiTiu.i aaa aaaat af laatallatlaa aaa aaaaatlal. I aa lafaraaa ar of fu.n af m ataff aaalaa oaaaliaaaa tbat tka tlarlaa faaar A Llakt Oaaaaaj aaa —t aartlaa liaaill aalftly aaa afflalaatlr amila aaattaalaa a rjjiplj taa laaraaul |iflatlaa altk aaaaatlal aanrlaaa. klla aarfaralac all tkaaa aarrieaa. taa Flarlaa Faaar A UaM Oaaaaar aaa aaaa a laaaar U a procraa ta aoaaarra faal — a aaaaatlty aa aaaaatlal ta aaaal aaa atkar allttaiT aalta aaaratlac U taa aatlaa aar aaaaa. I rafar particularly ta taa aarlaa af ataartlaaaaate of taa Oataaar ahlak aarrla* taa alaaaa 'aaaa Taa aaala BaatrUl7, Taa aaata raal Oil.* TMa ..aaaln aaa aaaartakaa .liliaalj aa* aaalakaartatl? at taa raaaaa* af ITaalalt I. I. laaaaa. Daf, aaa aaa at taa tlaa Aatla< %  — %  aat af taa Diotrlct. I aa kaalac • aaraU far lUrlUrlno tartla* tarataa' a r aya r aa aalak *a atU ka plaaaat ta araaaat ta raa at a aaltaala tlaa aaa alaaa. la taa aaaatlaa, I alak M •staat w aaat-ratalatlaaa to all aaala la taa Flarlaa raaar A laaat •laaarala. ^g^c^wT \Last Minute Plans Completed for War Chest Solicitation by Leaders War Chest campaign divisionlal leaders this week were making 1 last-minute plans for the big jdrive that will have its formal opening Friday at 8 p. m. with a colorful mass meeting for the [public in Bayfront park at 8 p. m. All divisional chairmen for the I entire campaign structure will hold a final pre-campaign meeting at War Chest headquarters. 127 N. W. Second street, at 4 p. m. on Friday for final instructions before the rally. At that time, according to Oscar E. Dooly. campaiKn chairman, division quotas will be announced preparatoryfor solicitations that will begin Monday morning. Thursday noon, the Miami Beach group of hotels and apartment house division members were guests of John Carroll at the Roncy Plaza hotel for luncheon, with Mrs. Allan Abess. chairman, presiding. The Beach Co-chairman, R. R. Adler. will be assisted in his drive by Abe Allenberg. J. A. Benson. M. M. Rippa, John C. Frazure, H. N. Hankoff. Fred Jonas and Thomas Goose. On Friday at 10 a. m., the Miami Beach women's division, under Mrs. J. K. Smith, will meet at the Miami Beach Woman's club, with her captains. Other divisional appointments include the Miami group of hotels and apartments division, under Abess. with Andy ORourke and K. H. Sessions, co-chairmen. Members include W. A. Armbruster. Mmes. E. C. Walton. E. F. Brennan. Q. J. Gual. Elinor Rousseau. A. M. Reiger and Miss Mary McTiran. Federation Releases Dates for Beginning of Fund-Raising Drive Greater Miami Jewish Federation announced its dates for the 1944 campaign at a meeting this v.c ek with the drive scheduled to start on Sunday. March 19th and lasting through the 31st. Jake Sher, campaign chairman, has announced that final contacts are being made to complete the campaign personnel, including division heads and volunteer workers. The federation office is now preparing necessary material for the drive and planning the various functions that will highlight the intensive concerted effort to raise funds for the more than 40 agencies participating in its receipts. Ben B. Goldman. executive director of the federation, has asked n sidents of this area to furnish the office with the names of newcomers who plan to make their home here Sam Blank, president of the federation, presided at a meeting of the directors last Monday evening at the El Comodoro hotel at which time the budget of the forthcoming drive was discussed in detail. A complete report will soon be made public as to the exact 1944 budget that will be needed to meet the needs of the federation agencies. Victory Bazaar and Carnival at Y Outstanding Event; Singer is Head DADE LEADERS PRESS 4TH WAR LOAN DRIVE A score of Dade county business and professional leaders met this week to make plans to raise $27,805,200, Dade county's quota in the fourth war loan drive starting Jan. 18. Local war finance committee officials will confer with W. W. McSachern, state chairman, and Karl Lehmann. executive manager, over details. Of the total quota. $6.748,100 must be in the series E "baby" bonds of individual purchasers. Horace F. Cordes is executive chairman, and Claude L. Hemphill, local manager of the Dade county unit. NOTED BLIND PIANIST TO APPEM IN MIAMI Under auspices of the Dade County Business and Professional Women's club, Alec Templeton, gifted pianist, will appear in recital to be held at White Temple Monday, Jan. 24. 8:30 p. m. Miss Ruth Brotman is manager. Templeton is also a composer of note. Three of his works, each showing the influence of Bach. Debussy and Rachmaninoff are familiar to the American musical public. "Rhapsody Harmonique." has been performed by orchestras in Chicago. Detroit and Rochester. The Victory Bazaar and Carnival sponsored by the Miami YM & WHA will be featured in a three day presentation starting Saturday night. January 15th. and lasting through Monday night at the "Y" grounds. 1567 S. W. 5th street. Planned on a scale heretofore unknown to the residents of this ana. final details of the huge Victory Bazaar and Carnival were approved at a meeting held last night at which time representatives of the Miami Service League, who are participating in the ticket sale, were present. Staged under a big tent covering the athletic field on the grounds of the Miami "Y" at 15ti7 S. W. 5th street, activities will include large scale bingo games, side show attractions, novelty booths and other unique carnival features. Arrangements have been made for the care of children on Sunday afternoon ami a special promain of activity has been arranged, so that parents may be frei to t njoy themselves in other parts of the fair grounds. W. D. (Bill) Singer, chairman of the Y's outstanding event, is personally directing the innumerable tasks prior to the affair and in addition to the entertainment for the anticipated large gathering of Miamians has provided restaurant and refreshment facilities. A series of surprise events is planned for each evening and the women of the Miami Service League together with members of the Miami YM & WHA are sharing the proceeds from the sale of tickets. The funds derived by the women's group through W. D. (Bill) SINGER these efforts will be used to continue their program of aid to the service men in this area. Mrs. Murry Koven is president of the Miami Service League and is heading the league's committee for this affair. Other members of the executive bazaar committee, assisting Mr. Singer, are S. B. Miller, Leo Ackerman, George Chertkof. Mildred Weissel, Lillian Friedman, Mina Levine, Abe Aronowitz, Sam Silver, Nettie Novak, Larry Grossberg. KASHRUTH QUESTIONS HIAS RECEIVES ROSTER ARE TO BE CONSIDERED OF JEWISH REFUGEES The last meeting of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation agreed to appoint a committee of five members to study kashruth questions in Greater Miami, and to offer recommendations regarding the proposed organization of a community-wide Vaad Hakashruth. It was agreed to set up a study committee after a delegation had appealed to federation to consult with them and to investigate the many questions relating to the practices and supervision of kashruth in Greater Miami. Federation's study committee, whose members have been appointed by the chairman of federation's board of directors. Monte Selig, are: Isaac Levin, chairman; George Chertkof. Dr. Frank Coret, Morton Russack and Fred Shochet. The committee has been instructed to report back to the executive committee New York, N. Y.—A new list of names of approximately 2000 Jewish refugees, most of whom have recently come to Switzerland from Yugoslavia and the liberated part of Italy, has been • received by the Hebrew ShelterI ing and Immigrant Aid Society, Abraham Herman, president. I stated. The list was transmitted j to New York to expedite the re! lease of the refugees from the 'camps in which they are being housed by the Swiss authorities I pending the receipt of "maintenance guarantee funds" for them and is on record at the HIAS I New York office. Begin now your plans for the Fourth War Loan Drive. after it has completed its study. The first meeting of the study committee was held on Wednesday. January 12. in the offices of federation. A.D.L SPEAKS TO TALE AT LYCEUM ON BEACH On Sunday. January 16. at 8 p. m. Harry Zukernick of the Anti-Defamation league speakers bureau will address the ArbeiterRing lyceum. 25 Washington avenue. Miami Beach. Mr. Zukernick will give a resume of the current anti-Semitic scene and will outline a program of action for each individual in helping to ameliorate the situation. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN WILL DELIVER INVOCATION Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman on leave from Temple Israel will deliver the invocation at the war time commencement exercises of the Jewish Institute of Religion. Dr. Stephen Wise, president and founder of the institute, will ordain the members of the graduating class at the services Sunday afternoon, January 30th. U. OF M. ORCHESTRA WILL PRESENT CELLIST The University of Miami symphony orchestra with Modeste !A?loo, conductor, will present Raya Garbousova. cellist, at the thir symphony concert Sunday afternoon, January 16th, at 4:15. The concert will take place at the Miami senior high school auditorium. Begin now your plans for the Fourth War Loan Drive. Dade County Defense Council Will Ask for 5,000 New Blood Donors o %  An extensive campaign will be, donors. Of the 3.000 donors oblaunched Jan. 15 by the medical tained during the summer drive division of the Dade county de-|some 2,000 answered the call for fense council to obtain at least, another donation. 5,000 new blood donors to the Coffee and doughnuts are servDade county blood bank. Chester! ed daily after the slight operaM. Wright, executive director, tion. at the downtown station in has announced. the Ingraham building, which is The drain on this bank is conopen only from 9 to 1:30, Monday tinuous, Wright explained, and through Friday. the citizens of Dade county are Those who desire to make conbeing urged to keep the stock j tributions are requested to drink of blood plasma built up in order i only black coffee, no sugar, and to supply the constant demands ] to refrain from eating at least of the army, navy and civilian four hours before making the hospitals in this area. Plasma donation. A test is made before is flown out of this station almost | the blood is taken 4o make sure daily, it was pointed out, and the the donor is able to give the needs arc growing as war cascontribution, ualties increase. Girls and boys under 21 mutt The Dade county blood bank secure the consent of parents beunder the direction of its founder,! fore donating and all over 60 Jack Cleary, supplies plasma to must have their doctor's consent, the Panama Canal and as far Experienced technicians are on north as Jacksonville. Hundreds duty at both the downtown staof pints are needed weekly,; tion and the blood bank located Wright^ stated, and it is hoped on the grounds of the Jackson that this new campaign will bring Memorial hospital. All blood is sevdral thousand new regular processed at the bank.



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wJewisti Floridlam GoM&wNq Ylhe Jhewjisih HJmity 3A* AUATUA VJjuiASLy VOLUME 17—No. 3 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS CHAPLAIN WEHFEL KILLED IN EINEJF DUTY NEW YORK, (JTA) — Rabbi Louis Werfel of New York, a 27year-old chaplain serving with the 12th air force service command, was killed on December 24 in an airplane crash in Algiers, according to information from the war department released this week. Chaplain Werfel, whose visits by planes to all areas of the North African war theater had caused him to become known as "the flying rabbi," was the fourth chaplain of the Jewish faith to lose his life in the line of duty in this war. Chaplain Werfel was stationed for a while at Boca Raton. Florida and was active in Greater Miami servicemen's and religious activities. He addressed many gatherings here. Chaplain Werfel was commissioned in August, 1942, and was assigned to overseas duty the following June. The national Jewish welfare board is complying with his most recent request, which was for 10,000 copies, in French translation, for men of Jewish faith in the Free French forces, of the board's prayer book. Before entering the service he served as rabbi of the Knesseth Israel synagogue, Birmingham, Ala., and from 1940 through 1941 he occupied the pulpit of the Mount Kisco. BEACH TO PRESENT SERIES OF MUSIC EVENTS The YM & WHA of Miami Beach will present a cultural concert series for its members, it was announced by Harry Zukernick, president. The series was made possible through the cooperation of the special services division of the army air forces and will consist of three events—all of which will be free to paid up Y members. The concerts will be held on Sunday afternoons at 4 p. m. on January 25, February 6 and February 20. The first event will present a string quartet composed of Sgt. Bela Urban, first violin. Sgt. Harry Levenson, second violin, Corp. Sol Kremenitzky, viola, and Pvt. Carl Nuzzetti. cello. Sgt. Urban will be the soloist of the day accompanied by Mrs. Virginia Urban at the piano. AJC PRESENTS 11-PAGE NOTE TO LORD HALIFAX Washington, (JTA)—A delegation of the American Jewish Committee, composed of Joseph M. Proskauer, president, and Jacob Blaustein, chairman of its general committee, this week presented an 11-page memorandum to Lord Halifax, British ambassador to the United States, requesting the abrogation of the White Paper which closes the doors of Palestine to Jewish immigration alter March 31, of this year. The memorandum declares that Great Britain's refusal to abolish the White Paper would constitute an act of "discrimination against the Jews." While not urging "at this time determination of the final constitutional status of Palestine," the American Jewish Committee asks for the annulment of the 1939 White Paper which "violates the Mandate for Palestine entrusted to Great Britain by the League of Nations in 1922." FIRST CONTACT WITH RUSSIA IS ESTABLISHED OSES %  NEW YORK: M RESIDE HERE BILE PRESENTED TO STATE SOLONS ALBANY. (WNS)—A bipartisan bill making it a misdemeanor, punishable by imprisonment and fine, to publish or cause to be published any false written or printed material promoting hatred of any group because of race, color, or creed, was introduced last week in the New York state legislature by Arthur H. Wicks, republican head of the senate finance committee and by Irwin Steingut, democratic minority leader in the assembly. The sponsors of the bill, in a joint statement, declared that the proposed legislation was patterned after a bill recently adopted by the Massacusetts state legislature. The bill, they declared, was aimed at individuals and domestic organizations "who receive their inspiration and instructions from enemy nations to stir up distrust among our people." The fact that the bill was introduced as a bi-partisan measure was taken to indicate that it would receive early approval. NEW YORK. (JTA)—Dr. Simon Ginzburg, Hebrew poet and scholar, died here at the age of 153. Dr. Ginzburg was born at Lipniky, Russia. He came with his lamily to the United States in 1912, and was educated at Teachers college. Columbia university; the University of Saskatchewan in Canada, where he received a B. A. degree in 1919, and Dropsie college, Philadelphia, where he obtained a Ph.D. in 1923. He was the author of "The Life and Works of Moses Hayyim Luzzatto.'" a noted Italian Jewish dramatist of the 18th century. 1 in five volumes, and of "Songs and Poems" and "Hosea's Love."* Lately Dr. Ginzburg had been at work upon a translation into Hebrew of Edwin Arlington Robinson's "Tristram.'' He also was the translator of Coleridge's "The Ancient Mariner" into Hebrew, Dr. Ginzburg spent several years in Palestine, where he was active as a writer and as chairman of the executive board of the I Hebrew Writers association. A brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman are Miami Beach residents. Mr. Freedman is associated with the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Jerusalem, (JTA)—Material for an exhibit showing the progress of Jewish development in Palestine has reached Moscow, it was announced here this week at a press conference arranged by the Palestine Victory League. The paraphernalia was flown by a Russian plane from Teheran. This is the first time that any exhibit of Zionist achievements has been accepted by the Soviet government. A delegation which was sent by the Victory League to Teheran to deliver ambulances donated by Palestine Jewry to the Russian army, returned to Jerusalem. They reported the gifts of the Palestine Jews were received by the Russian military at Teheran with special honors for the occasion. E ERONI OVERSEAS AGENCY OPPOSED TO PARTITION FAR EAST Jerusalem, (JTA)—The Jewish Agency will oppose any partition scheme for Palestine in whatever form such scheme may come, the Davar, leading Hebrew newspaper, reported this week quoting "highest sources." The Fourth War Bond Drive is on. Are you doing your part? WILL SEND SUPPLIES TO TRANSNISTRIA PEOPLE Jerusalem, (JTA)—The Jewish Agency this week announced that it has effected an agreement with i the Red Cross in Turkey for the | delivery to Jews in Transnistria. the Rumanian-occupied part of I Russia, of fifty thousand pack| ages of food and clothing for the .50.000 Jews who are believed to 'be all that survived of the 185.000 1 Jews deported to Transnistria i from various parts of Rumania. It was also reported here that i full agreement has also been reached between the Jewish Agency and the Joint Distribution Committee with regard to ^sending parcels of food and clothj ing to Jewish refugees now on Russian soil. The committee to organize Jewish relief units to follow the Allied armies into liberated territories, held its first I meeting this week. The Union of Russian Jews is in regular cable communication with the president of the Moscow Jewish community. Samuel Chobrutsky. who has a special bureau in Moscow for the purpose of establishing contact between Jews in Soviet Russia and their relatives in the United States The office has been unable to locate the following persons in Florida for whom messages have been received: Cornblit, Shopsa Zelmanovich —from Z. D. Shterin; Glykman. Molka Zelmanovna. and Goldenberg, Dvoyra Zelmanovna—from Z. D. Shterin; Katz, Jacob — from brother Mossei Katz, prisoner-of-war in Finland; Majzil, Nachman. editor—from Gertz Movshovitch, journalist; Schechtman, Israil Jossifovitch —from brother Moishe Schechtman; Weiss (or Neiss or Reiss). Mozes and Nochem—from niece Lea Maler; Nemoi, David, of Mogilev-Podoldk—from aunt Rachil Fish, married Griner. For further information apply to: Union of Russian Jews. 55 West 42nd street, suite 849-850. New York 18, N. Y. BROTHERHOOD WEEK TO BE HELD FEBRUARY 20-26 Leaders of Miami's Round Table, with the coperation of religious faiths, schools and the armed services, will launch the 11th annual observance of Brotherhood week Feb. 20. The plans provide for meetings to be addressed by Protestant and Catholic pas'ors and Jewish rabbis. and will be concluded with u banquet Feb. 26. Arrangements are being supervised by Daniel H. Redfern, Andrew T Healy and Alfred Stone. The theme of the week will be "Brotherhood or Chaos—History Shall Not Repeat Itself." The round table's committees to aid in arrangements are: Program. Dr. W. H. McMaster, chairman. Dr. James K. McSnane. Kenneth Key. s and Sam Blank; finance. Benjamin E. Bronston. chairman, Daniel J. Mahoney and Mrs. T. V. Moore; speakers and publicity, Francis P. Locke, chairman. Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub and Henning Heldt; school. James T Wilson. Dr. I. T. Pearson and Albert L. Isaac; radio. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, moderator. Rev. Glenn C. James, Father Florence Sullivan and Rabbi Max Shapiro; Catholic, Judge David J. Heffernan and Mrs. James A. Dunn; Protestants, J. R. Fitzpatrick and Mrs. Dale James; Jewish, A. A. Ungar, Benjamin W. Slote and Stanley Myers. SPAET IS SELECTED AS MIAMI BEACH JUDGE Harold Spaet was unanimously selected as the associate municipal judge of the city of Miami Beach Wednesday morning. 37 years old, Mr. Spaet is a practicing attorney with offices on Miami Beach and is a member of the Florida and New York Bar associations. He was graduated from the Washington Square college and New York university law school. He is secretary of Temple Israel and president of its men's club. He is also a member of B'nai B'rith and the Miami Beach Elks. He came to Florida originally in 1935 to work for the state on bank liquidations. He resides with his wife at 5437 I LaGorce Drive. ., Dade County War Chest Geared for Large Drive for Funds; Need Greatest in History COMMISSION RECEIVED BY STANLEY C. MYERS Stanley C. Myers received his commission this week as an ensign in the United States coast guard reserve. Mr. Myers is expected to be sworn in this week and will recei\te his indoctrination in the near future. Mr. Myers is honorary president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and prominent in the social and civic life of the community. Are you aiding in the Dade County War Chest Drive? To date the advance gifts division of the War Chest of Dade County, Sam R. Becker, chairman, reports a total of $126,977 representing 430 contributions, of which 162 are increases, 71 deI creases, 197 are same as last year. This week Becker together with 'Mrs. Frank Bruen and Mrs. Phillip Mallory, will make an intensive coverage of all outstanding advance pledge cards at Miami Beach as will be done by Mrs. Charles Baker and Mrs. Hugh Matheson for Coral Gables and Coconut Grove, and a group of business men for the Miami advance gifts. An army of volunteers numbering 2400 men and women already registered, and one more thousand being needed for complete coverage, started out Monday to raise by personal solicitation $594,110.00 needed for minimum needs of the 22 local Community Chest agencies, assistance to 14 war relief appeals, and services to our men and women in uniforms of our country, according to Oscar E. Dooly, campaign chairman. All divisions are organized, have held meetings for instructions and to receive supplies, and are ready to go for a quick clean-up of the necessary funds, in order to get out of the way of American Red Cross campaign in March. Women's Division, Mrs. George Castleman Estill, honored the women workers at a tea in the Miami Woman's Club. 1737 North Bayshore Drive, Wednesday. January 19, at 3 o'clock. Madame Nila Magidoff was guest speaker for the occasion. War Chest campaign headquarters have been set up for Carol Gables at the USO Center. 1810 Ponce de Leon Blvd., where the Coral Gables women's division met for final instructions and supplies on Thursday, January 20. at 10:30 a. m. with Mrs. M. Lewis Hall presiding. Captains include Mrs. Richmand T Gibson. Mrs. John W. Holland. Mrs. D V. Renuart, Mrs. W. C. Ward. Mrs. Walter Pierce, Mrs. George Corrigan, Mrs. Hilliard Willis, Mrs. John B. McLeod. Mrs. M. B. Cams. Mrs. Scott Crownover, Mrs. Bowman Kinkley, Mrs. Thomas Mayes, Mrs. J. Fritz Gordon, Mrs. Joseph Mann. Each captain has a team of ten workers, states Mrs. Hall. James I. Keller, War Chest president, sounds two major warnings as the campaign opens: Secure pledges rather than cash contributions, so local citizens can use their ready cash at the moment to buy war bonds; and place window stickers as indication to other solicitors that your pledge has been secured. Tuesday afternoon at War Chest headquarters, the entire business division, Ray Earnest, chairman, and Adolph Wertheimer, co-chairman, met all their majors, captains and workers, for final consultation before fullfledged solicitation in their group. Hotels and Apartment House division. Allen Abess, chairman, and K. H. Sessions, co-chairman, met at Apartment House Association headquarters in the Halcyon Arcade Tuesday for final arrangements. Abbess states that all apartment house managers will be asked to receive contributions of all tenants who will not be solicited at places of employment, giving receipts for gifts which will be collected as an entity by divisional chairman. While all divisions of the campaign are in active solicitation, the first report meeting will be on January 31, luncheon at the Miami Women's Club. NURSES' AIDES CLASS TO BE STARTED SOON All who are interested in starting the new nurse's aides clasl to be held at Jackson Memorial hospital, Monday, January 24. 10 a. m. to 12 a. m., 3 times a week, J under Mrs. Wm. Pruitt, should I come to Red Cross headquarters. 1507 N. E. First avenue, for a personal interview at any of the above hours, or between 2 and 4 any afternoon after the week of January 17 through the 21st. GROUP URGES EDEN TO RESCUE NAZI VICTIMS London, (JTA)—A delegation of British parliamentarians representing the House of Commons and the House of Lords this week called on the British foreign minister, Anthony Eden, to urge quick action to save Jews and | other Nazi-persecuted people of j Europe. | Secretary Eden told the delegation that the British Government is giving close attention to the I question of rescue in cooperation jwith Allied and neutral govern|ments. He told of the steps already taken and outlined plans contemplated by the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees | and other agencies. The Duke of Devonshire and other prominent British officials were among those present at the discussion.


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however seems tc oiler a more hoperjl mterpretanon. That is
What will be the eiiec* of tms large Jewish contingent on the
men in the army as a whole Recent; y a Jewish Welfare Board
represeotatrre was quoted as saying thai there was no racial
feeling whatever m the army. WiL the Christian soldier when
he returns from the war. with the knowledge of his Jewish bud-
dies at his side be c gullible victim for the stones of these anti-
Semrtes' It is hard to believe that they wiL The Anti-Semites
will hare to face these veterans.
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lieve is necesscry m order ior the world to have peace, then the
peoples -now knag in mandates and colonies, of whatever na-
wf"^ fS *? ?2 taere ^ t* >om in the structure which
we are building for tnem tc mcz eventual freedom also At
SSL? -rTn mCt'- haL' --* Worid', PP^tion, are in-
volved. They are human oeings not chattels. Many of them
alcove, hve m ignorance some even in barbarism. And
am* are bound by caste and ancient customs. But everv-
wW-and this is the new. the important, the startling fact
fhe pohBcaDy dangerous fact-everywhere among them are
fc^be9liungs of revolt against the old order under which the^v
have so long lived.' Wendell Willkie. y
CHESTER ALEXANDER
:andcr. wh
was T ; "' t club
masteri i I cerem rues and .
j staged shows | :v local
lodges, died unexpected!} at 6
P ,J": *ed;" While talking
In ill health, he had returned
to Miami only two months aco
af.er four years durm* which he
was engaged in theatrics] work
m the Middle West and the IV
cific coast.
Surviving are bit wife, Mrs.
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THIS AND THAT
The U. S. consulate in Mexico, granted visas to a delegate-
's to come to the United States some time ago..
rtly after this delegation's visit to Chicago. Mexican and
ati Semiusm became super-active in that city. j, JJJ
that those groups had come out mto the open with
agitation against the Jews. The Anti-Defamation League',
report on anu-Semitic violence in New York hasn't scratched
ice. City Investigation Commissioner Herland',
iepo:: is much more complete, but will never be published m
. Father George B. Ford, only Catholic priest scheduled
to speak at last week's Carnegie Hall rally against anu-Sen>
meeting sponsored by the council against intolerance),
the program at the last minute. Why? ,(i|
lidVl l.ke Lhe slogan. "Keep anti-Semitism out
under which the meeting was called. ... Why
New York- Aren't we interested in the rest of the
LISTEN HERE .
ween the American Jewish conference and
y committee to save European Jews is only start-
Prominent editors of important America.-, r.ewspa-
.edged their support to the committee. Benjamin
ted Conn., left SI.500.000 in his will. ... An
v who came to this country 50 years ago,
c-r.se fortune in the junk business Most
to go to a brother and sister now m nan-
-: Poland. Too bod he didn't leave it fo: th rescue
:r.s now. Money in an Ame:.-:n bank
t Epstein relatives from the gestapo. '.'.'.-en New
me, the Cafe Royal, was in its heyday,
I resented a play, called "Cafe Crown."
ten in that famous landmark. Now
is en the decline, with c new owner trying to
So he has given the Cafe Royal a new name-
bet:, names, we feel, aie a bit out of date in
thr< r.es. Helen Hoskins, authoi and
rt Goering will replace Hitler in Nan
.pt to convince the world that Germany
. The nazi party, the ledy pro-
rough 1945. The fair crystal-cctzer alio
that Roosevelt will not be reelected. end that
e out of the political picture.
MAGNUM OPUS .
Congratulations to Dr Isaac Landman, editor, and Lous
:>--v.it.ve end literary editor, on the publication of
the tenth end final volume of the Universal Jewish Encyclope-
:..-. .--ted encyclopedia is a major achievement d
man and Rittenberg and their board of editors may
well be proud. Particularly striking in volume ten is the
piece by rturiel Arthur Sxyk, dedicated To the
Hallowed Memory of Europe's Martyred Jews." ... If you'n
been putting off the acquisition of the encyclopedia until all the
volumes have been published, now's the time to see about
ag your set. Need we add that every Jewish home
should have the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia"
WAR THEATRE .
Sergeant Harry Homer of the U. S. army, the late Max
Remhardt s pet scenic designer, has been sent to Hollywood
under military orders, to do the sets for the movie version d
jed Victory. ... Chief Petty Officer Artie Shaw of thi
U. S. navy spent a brief leave in New York not long ago. ...
He was here just long enough to get acquainted with his fr
month-old son, and to hear that Metronome, the music maga-
zine, had voted him "Musician of the Year" for 1943. Broad-
way's Maurice Manson used to be considered a veritabh
wizard in make-up. ... He understudied eleven characters in
the farce "Arsenic and Old Lace" because) of his incredibB
knack for making himself look like any one under the sun
or spotlight, if you prefer. Now a sergeant in the U. S.
he has been assigned to working on rubber prosthesei.
mak.ng artificial noses, ears, etc., for those unfortunate soldieB
who have been disfigured beyond the help of plastic surgery.
ABOUT PEOPLE .
We are indebted to Walter Winchell lor this neat if rather
old Einstein anecdote. The late Mrs. Albert Einstein ono
visited the astronomical observatory atop Mount Wilson.
She asked about the giant telescope there. "We use It"*
was told, "to discover the shape of the universe." "Ml
husband." said the famed scientists wiie. "does the son*
thing with a pencil, on the back of an old envelope." Samuel
Segal is a veteran Zionist leader of New York. ... His nan*
is known throughout the country, however, fox he is the inventor
j of the famous Segal lock. ... As he wa coming home k*
the other night he saw a policeman struggling valiantly
open a house door for a drunk who had loet his key------SaB
begal looked at the lock. and. after cle4e*mining that it w
not a Segal lock, proceeded to pick it open. "Wish I couM
pick the lock on the gates of Palestine he mumbled to
bewildered cop.
For VICTORY
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BRING YOUR FAMILY TO
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SERVING A FULL COURSE HOME COOKED DINWEB
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GREATER MIAM^ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ut Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
f* H
SERVICE
p* r\ rs, r\ ^
PARADE!
RESOLUTIONS IRE KENNEL CLUB IS III
ADOPTED UPONFINAL 30 NIGHTS
MRS. COHN DEATH OF QUEENLY SPORT
WITH LOCAL BOYS
Pvt. Larry Singer spent his
furlough here last week with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sin-
ter Pvt. Singer is taking engin-
T.ring under the ASTP at the
University of Maryland.
S Sgt. MorrU Klass. former ex-
ecutive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, spent
a week's furlough with his fami-
ly, who resides here.
Abe Schoenfeld. U. S. Nary
Storekeeper. SK3C. stationed at
Melbourne, Fla., came to Miami
for a week-end to visit with his
mother, Mrs. Annie Schoenfeld,
305 S. W. 1st street.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG, Vice-chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec.
Executive Committee
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman,
Maurice Grossman, Louis Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mr*. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitz, Alex-
ander F. Miller, at Roth, Fred
Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph
Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach. Oarl
Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
WOULD NOT EODCE
ZIONISM ARAB SAY
Cadet Paul Broida, son of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Broida. of
Miami Beach, is enrolled at
Stuttgart for final flight training.
S Sgt. A. J. (Stumpy) Kaplan.
Miami attorney, is now stationed
in Kearns, Utah. He was heard
from this week and met Sol Sir-
kin, another Miamian in the arm-
ed forces who was there.
Lt. Martin Keitenbaum, 25, of
Plainfield, N. J., is a veteran of
twenty-five daylight assaults on
Nazi targets in Europe, and is
now back in the United States.
Pfc. Joseph P. Wetxel is now
ready for assignment to duty or
for advanced training, having
graduated from the anti-aircraft
.irtillery school at marine base,
Camp LeJeune, N. C.
J. Aron Abbott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Abbott of this city
and a Miami attorney prior to
his entering the armed services,
has been promoted to a first
lieutenant.
GERMANS SELL JEWISH
PROPERTY IN FRANCE
Paul A. Louis, son of Mrs. Rose
L. Louis, 242 N. E. 27th street,
is enrolled at Stuttgart army air
field. Ark.
George Ronald Blau, son of
Mrs. Edith Blau, 754 Meridian
avenue, Miami Beach, recently
graduated from the aviation ra-
dio school at Jacksonville and
was promoted to seaman first
class in the navy.
Pfc. Stanley M. Lambert is at
home on a ten day furlough from
his post at Aberdeen, Maryland.
Stanley has been in the service
for one year and is an instructor
in precision instruments. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lam-
bert of 1018 Meridian avenue.
London (JTA).In fear that
they will be forced to hurriedly
evacuate France in the not too
far distant future, members of
the German occupation forces
are selling property seized from
the Jews, it is reported in the
Franch underground newspaper,
La Voix du Nord, a copy of which
was received here this week.
Other reports reaching here
from France disclose that the
Gestapo has assumed supervision
of all matters concerning Jews.
German officials have replaced
French authorities in dealing
with Jewish affairs. As a result,
the persecution of the Jews has
been intensified, with alien Jews
and those naturalized since 1927
being the principal sufferers.
Most of the aliens have been sent
to the Drancy concentration
camp, near Paris, which is now
ruled by members of the Elite
Guard.
A recent attack on a German
soldier in Clermont-Ferrand,
Pierre Laval's home town, re-
sulted in all foreign Jews in the
city and some native Jews, in-
cluding a university professor
and 45 students, being shipped to
Drancy.
New York (JTA).The belief
that the British and American
governments would not attempt
to impose the Zionist program
for a Jewish state in Palestine
upon the Arabs was expressed
here by the Saudi-Arabian min- '
ister to Britain, Sheikh Hafiz'
Wahba, upon the conclusion of
a tour through the United States
in the company of Emir Feisal,
the son of King Ibn Sand.
"They would not try to force
the Arabs to accept the Zionist
idea," he said, emphasizing that
his opinions were his own and
were not to be taken as those of
Emir Feisal who is also the Saudi-
Arabian Foreign Minister. He
conceded that the Zionist move-
ment was considerable in the
United States, but added that
"whatever its power, the Arabs
will never yield."
Despite Arab opposition to
Jewish aspirations in Palestine,
Sheikh Hafiz Wahba represented
the Arab position as one of "keep-
ing quiet" during the war. "We
don't want to cause any trouble
for the Allies," he explained.
After the war, he said, the Pales-
tine question would be settled.
The British government, which
rules Palestine under a mandate,
was too preoccupied now with a
"war for its life and death" to
work out a settlement in Pales-
tine, he declared.
Of efforts centering in Cairo
for the creation of a pan-Arab
federation, the Saudi Arabian
minister said : "I believe every
Arab would like to see all Arabia
united. But a united Arabia as
a political reality will require
time. Meanwhile, they can make
any agreements regarding cus- j
toms, currency, passports, educa-'
tion and other things. He could
see no place within an Arab fed-
eration for a Jewish state.
Reminded of the Balfour Dec-
laration of the last war, which!
promised the Jews a national
homeland in Palestine, Sheikh
Hafiz Wahba said: "Why should
the promise of the Balfour Dec-
laration be carried out? How
many promises have not been
fulfilled? And the Arabs never
accepted the Balfour Declara-
tion."
The Greater Miami chapter for
the National Jewish Home for
Children at Denver approved a
resolution this week expressing
condolences upon the passing of
one of its officers, Mrs. Lorayne
Cohn. Mrs. Cohn, who passed
away two weeks ago, served the
organization as its recording sec-
retary for two and a half years
and was also chairman of its
ways and means committee.
The resolution reads as follows:
"Resolution adopted at a meet-
ing of the board of directors of
j the Greater Miami chapter of the
| National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren at Denver held on Tuesday,
the 8th day of February, 1943.
Whereas, Almighty God in his di-
I vine providence has removed
I from our midst Lorayne (Midge)
,Cohn, an officer and director of
the Greater Miami chapter of the
, National Jewish Home for Chil-
jdren at Denver. Therefore be it
Resolved, that in her death the
! community has lost a devoted
, and tireless worker and the
Greater Miami chapter a true
friend, ardent worker and loyal
supporter."
With the West Flagler Kennel
club presenting another all-star
schedule tonight and Saturday
night for its 10th week-end of
the current meeting that is now
moving into its final 30 nights,
all eyes are ahead to start off
the ninth annual West Flagler
$2,000 futurity stake eliminations
on next Monday night, Jan. 24.
This event, the richest racing
greyhound stake in the United
States, finds Messrs. Jacob Sher,
president, and William L. Hunt-
ley, vice president and general
manager, presenting in the elimi-
nations, the succeeding semi-
finals and the championship fin-
als on Jan. 31, a week of stellar
racing to comprise a history-
making "futurity week." Ex-
tended over a longer period in
former years, it has been con-
densed this season in order to
clear the racing registry for ad-
ditional major racing leading to
the annual West Flagler Derby
on closing night, Feb. 22.
The nightly 10-race cards start
at 8 p. m. with the final tenth
going to the box at 11:34 p. m.
j The daily double is on the second
and third races with quinelas on
every race.
BRITISH JEWS TO GET MORE
MATZOHS FOR PASSOVER
London (JTA)British Jews
will be able to eat more matzohs
this Passover than they have
since food rationing went into ef-
fect in Great Britain. The Food
Minislry announced this week
that ration points for matzohs
have been reduced from two to
one point per pound.
PA LM BE A CH NO TES
MBS. MART SCHREBNICX
krttre

Capt. Herbert Herzenberg has i Sgt. Joe Glasser is on duty in
been appointed a military traffic j the American theater of opera-
director in the Los Angeles area.! tions. according to word received
He is a nephew of Mrs. M. by his father, Jacob Glasser.
Schrebnick. ______
Shabbos services are scheduled
for 9 o'clock each Saturday
morning at Temple Beth El un-
der Rabbi Manuel Greenstein.
Mrs. Henry Burns is recover-
ing from an illness in Jackson-
ville where she now resides. Mrs.
Burns formerly lived in West
Palm Beach.
Mrs. Shepard has returned to
her home in Rome, Ga., following
a visit with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe H.
Lesser.
Mrs. Freeman, Ft. Lauderdale.
was recently the guest of her
sister. Mrs. Esther Rubin.
Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman are here
I to spend the winter from New
York state.
Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida
Name-
Serial No..
Home Address____
Birth Date_________
Civilian Occupation.
Date Entry
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Street City
___Birthplace
State
City State
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Lt. Harvey Kleiner. 26, of Den-
ver, Colo., who has served as co-
pilot, navigator and gunner on
a bomber doing heavy duty in
the South Pacific, wears the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal, three Oak Leaf Clusters,
and the Purple Heart.
On one mission some time ago
Lt. Kleiner's formation shot down
twelve Zeros. Kleiner's Fort,
however, ran into serious trouble
when Zeros damaged its stabiliz-
eer. The pilot negotiated a
forced landing at sea and the
crew hastily took to the life raft.
For eight hours the crew and the
commanding officer drifted on
the raft/Until an American ves-
sel picked them up. Lt. Kleiner
is credited with downing three
Jap craft and scoring one "prob-
able." He has put m well over
200 hours of combat flying.
Harvey is a member of the Den-
ver Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Aaron Bergman, South Lake
avenue, has returned to his home
following a period of convales-
cence at a local hospital.
Sol Rubin has returned to busi-
ness after an illness.
Regular winter visitors now
here include Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Sheir. Worcester, Mass.; Mr. and
Mrs. Sneider; Mr. juid Mrs. J.
Trachtenbergboth couples from
i New York state.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1944 +Jewish fk>rMian PAGE SEVEN WITH LOCAL BOYS [ GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Weliare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service W\ FK Lt. (j.g.) Bernard M. Wall is spending a 15-day furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall, following foreign duty with the sub-chaser division tp which he is attached. Arthur A. Selevan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Selevan, 1672 Jefferson avenue, Miami Beach, has started bombardier navigation training at Midland, Tex. SERVICE %  .:,*.. / F\ W\ F\ F\ PAMDE! Temporary promotion to captain and orders to proceed from home to active duty was received hy First Lieut. Murray Morris Reckson, MC, 1350 Collins avenue. Miami Beach. Stanley J. Newmark, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Newmark, jr., 1611 Lenox avenue, Miami Beach, who entered the University of Michigan as a pre-medical student after graduating from Miami Beach high school, has been called from the enlisted reserve corps into active service at Fort Dix. N. J. MELVIN H. BLOOMBERG IS LISTED AS CASUALTY Melvin H. Bloomberg, 21. Miami radio operator with the merchant marine, has been killed, his father, George W. Bloomberg, 561 W. Flagler street, was notified Saturday by the navy. Graduate of Miami high school, Bloomberg enlisted in the merchant marine in June, 1941. During his school days he developed an interest in radio. Melvin has two brothers in the service; Munroe D.. with the United States army in Italy, and Robert L., in the signal corps. In addition to his brothers, he is survived by his father, a mail carrier, and his mother. PORT SECURITY FORCE VOLUNTEER IN RESCUE WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED 8HOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS 8AM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG, VIce-Chalrman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac. Executive Committee Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben BGoldman, Maurice Groaaman, Louia Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitz, Alexander F. Miller, at Roth, Fred Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph Stein, Mrs. Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle. George Wolpert, Harry Zukarnick. CAMP SHELBY SOLDIER MISSES MIAMI GREATLY Arthur H. Siegel. 5916 Pine Tree drive, Miami Beach, is enrolled in the pre-aviation cadet training course at the U. of Alabama. Dr. Norman S. Angel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Angel, 1550 S. W. 13th street, is believed to be in England after combat surgeon duty in Italy. Staff Sgt. James R. Reisiig. 1610 Euclid avenue, Miami Beach, has been promoted to sergeant, it was announced by his commanding officer at AAF redistribution center No. 2, Miami Beach. A volunteer port security force member, Seaman 1/c Victor Levine, was credited by the coast guard Saturday night with rescuing a fisherman from Biscayne bay after he had fallen from his boat. Levine, on duty at the Causeway bend, was patrolling the bulkhead there and saw the man struggling in the water. He rushed to a small boat nearby and succeeded in pulling the man from the water. Police identified the rescued fisherman as Eric E. Pierson. LIEUT. F. H. KAUDERS RECEIVES ASSIGNMENT Aviation Student Bertley Sager 18, Miami Beach, son of Mrs. Olga Sager, 1300 Euclid avenue, has arrived at Michigan college nf mining and technology, Houghton, for pre-flight instruction. Robert Dell Levitt, seaman 2/c resident of Miami Beach 19 years is taking a radio technician course at the naval repair base at San Diego, Cal. He was graduated from Miami Beach high school. His mother, Mrs. Daisy Levitt, lives at 829 Ninth street, Miami Beach. One, Two, Three, Four—War Bond Drive—Over the Top. U.S.M.aitn*ihKi* Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, -rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, received a letter this week concerning his nephew in service. A former local physician, the item reprinted below will be of interest to his many friends: "Dear Dr. Kaplan: Your nephew, Lieut. F. H. Kauders (MC) USNR. has just received his orders. He will be on duty at Noumea. I wish to say that he won the highest respect and esteem both from his colleagues and from the nurses, corpsmen and patients for his skill, patience and poise. I have heard several of the doctors and the hospital corpsmen who are capable critics and keen observers, speak of his splendid work. They grew very fond of him. I've had many conversations with him and in all of them your name was brought up. I miss your good companionship, and I wish you every happiness. Cordially yours EDGAR L. PENNINGTON. Lieut. Comdr. (Chaplains' Corps) USNR." The following letter was received this week from Murray Kellman, a former Miamian now in the armed forces: Camp Shelby, Miss., January 6th, 1944 Dear Fred: Just returned from a tough period of maneuvers and suddenly realized how much I miss Miami, and all my friends there. So I decided that I'd drop you a line and tell you that. How is everything with you? How is the "Y" and all my friends in it? Let's have some news about everything in general. You might like to know that I have been in the army since May and am attached to the combat rifle regiment of the infantry, 69th division. This division was activated in May, primarily as an infantry division. I'm a squad leader and doing swell. I've gained weight and feel tough as nails. We are almost ready for big things now. When it will happen I cannot say, but it might be "sooner" than I think. Let me hear from you. My wife is fine and my son is in a military academy. He is a cadet in a very fine academy in Virginia. I'm very proud of him. Please convey to your mother my best regards. Also, remember me to the boys at the "Y." Particularly to Maurice Grossman. I hope this finds you and your family in the best of health. Your friend. MURRAY KELLMAN. Sgt. Kellman asks his friends to write him at Co. C. 273d Infantry, 69th Div. A. P. O. 417, c/o Postmaster, Camp Shelby, Miss. aMALLTHEFROMTS T/Sgt. Justin Seitenbach, 23. of New York City, was killed when his plane, operating in the middle eastern area, was shot down. Sgt. Seitenbach was an engineer and gunner and his commanding officer, in writing to the sergeant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Seitenbach of 600 W. 162nd street, said that Justin was "one of the best engineers I have ever worked with." Sgt. Seitenbach, a German refugee, was one of three brothers iTi service. Lt. Sidney Lubin, 22, of Albany Park, 111., has died of wounds received in battle in North Africa. A graduate of DePaul university law school, Lt. Lubin has been in service since July, 1942. Lt. Samuel W. Miller, 24, of Brooklyn, a Chemical Warfare Service officer attached to the infantry, has been killed in action in Italy. His refusal, after being wounded in the Sicilian campaign, to accept a two months' leave which would have brought him home, received considerable notice in the press here. He wrote his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller of 1115 Union St., "1 am going to stay over here until I can walk up the streets of Berlin playing 'The Star Spangled Banner' with my tommy gun." It was pointed out that at the time of the action which resulted in his death, he might have been on leave. Lieutenant Miller left City College to enter the service in 1941 and was overseas for six months. Pvt. F. C. Nathan Rinkor. 26, of Columbus, Ohio, has been killed in action in Africa. On November 8. 1942. Pvt. Rinkov was wounded while acting as crewman in a tank. After a period of treatment, he recovered completely, and returned to active service on April 20 of this year. He was killed six days later, •ipeB M UB l JoinouB auunp MIAMI ATTORNEY NOW COURT J UDGE IN SICILY Major George B. Mehlman was appointed superior court judge of Sicily, according to word received here this week. A former attorney Major Mehlman practiced both in Miami and in West Palm Beach. This is the highest couri in the land and supercedes all other tribunals. MEDAL IS AWARDED TO Lt. VICTOR BOGACHOFF Lt. Victor Bogachoff, 3089 S. W. 19th street, has been awarded the air medal for his part as a bombardier in the heroic aerial attack on the Gilbert islands in the mid-Pacific last November, it was announced Thursday from Central Pacific headquarters of the seventh army air force. Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Bogachoff, he is a graduate of the University of Florida and a former newspaper reporter. He won his lieutenancy at the army flying school at Midland, Tex., last June. Lt. Kenneth Schlasinger, of Streeter. N. D., who with his Flying Fortress crew made his way to friendly territory after their plane had crashed in a Nazi-held area, is one of the most decorated men of the war. Devoting This Pag* to tha Efforts of tha Army-Navy Committee. Mad* Possible Through the Co-Oper.tioo of HUB DRY GOODS ABESS&COSTAR First National Bank Bldg. COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St. — 22 Lincoln Rd. CROMER WHOLESALE 12 N. E. Third Street DIXIE SPORTSWEAR 2110 K. W. Mia mi Co urt FTXZIT SYSTEM 1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue FLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO. 82 N. E. 26th Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E. 24th Street 129 N. Miami Avenue DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS 114 N. E. Second Avenue MANHATTAN DISTRIBUTORS 110 N. W. 4th Street MIAMI RUG CO. 100 8. Miami Avenue STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 141 N. E. 10th Street JOSEPH R. STEIN Miami, Florida WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB West Flagler Street at 27th Are. Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," ArmyNavy Committoo. c/o P. O. Box 2973. 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FRIDAY. JANUARY 21. 1944 *Jtnisti fkriUir PAGE SEVEN GREATER MIAM^ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ut Keep a Record of Our Men in Service f* H SERVICE p* r\ rs, r\ ^ PARADE! RESOLUTIONS IRE KENNEL CLUB IS III ADOPTED UPONFINAL 30 NIGHTS MRS. COHN DEATH OF QUEENLY SPORT WITH LOCAL BOYS Pvt. Larry Singer spent his furlough here last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sinter Pvt. Singer is taking enginT.ring under the ASTP at the University of Maryland. S Sgt. MorrU Klass. former executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, spent a week's furlough with his family, who resides here. Abe Schoenfeld. U. S. Nary Storekeeper. SK3C. stationed at Melbourne, Fla., came to Miami for a week-end to visit with his mother, Mrs. Annie Schoenfeld, 305 S. W. 1st street. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG, Vice-chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec. Executive Committee Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman, Maurice Grossman, Louis Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mr*. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitz, Alexander F. Miller, at Roth, Fred Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach. Oarl Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry Zukernick. WOULD NOT EODCE ZIONISM ARAB SAY Cadet Paul Broida, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Broida. of Miami Beach, is enrolled at Stuttgart for final flight training. S Sgt. A. J. (Stumpy) Kaplan. Miami attorney, is now stationed in Kearns, Utah. He was heard from this week and met Sol Sirkin, another Miamian in the armed forces who was there. Lt. Martin Keitenbaum, 25, of Plainfield, N. J., is a veteran of twenty-five daylight assaults on Nazi targets in Europe, and is now back in the United States. Pfc. Joseph P. Wetxel is now ready for assignment to duty or for advanced training, having graduated from the anti-aircraft .irtillery school at marine base, Camp LeJeune, N. C. J. Aron Abbott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abbott of this city and a Miami attorney prior to his entering the armed services, has been promoted to a first lieutenant. GERMANS SELL JEWISH PROPERTY IN FRANCE Paul A. Louis, son of Mrs. Rose L. Louis, 242 N. E. 27th street, is enrolled at Stuttgart army air field. Ark. George Ronald Blau, son of Mrs. Edith Blau, 754 Meridian avenue, Miami Beach, recently graduated from the aviation radio school at Jacksonville and was promoted to seaman first class in the navy. Pfc. Stanley M. Lambert is at home on a ten day furlough from his post at Aberdeen, Maryland. Stanley has been in the service for one year and is an instructor in precision instruments. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lambert of 1018 Meridian avenue. London (JTA).—In fear that they will be forced to hurriedly evacuate France in the not too far distant future, members of the German occupation forces are selling property seized from the Jews, it is reported in the Franch underground newspaper, La Voix du Nord, a copy of which was received here this week. Other reports reaching here from France disclose that the Gestapo has assumed supervision of all matters concerning Jews. German officials have replaced French authorities in dealing with Jewish affairs. As a result, the persecution of the Jews has been intensified, with alien Jews and those naturalized since 1927 being the principal sufferers. Most of the aliens have been sent to the Drancy concentration camp, near Paris, which is now ruled by members of the Elite Guard. A recent attack on a German soldier in Clermont-Ferrand, Pierre Laval's home town, resulted in all foreign Jews in the city and some native Jews, including a university professor and 45 students, being shipped to Drancy. New York (JTA).—The belief that the British and American governments would not attempt to impose the Zionist program for a Jewish state in Palestine upon the Arabs was expressed here by the Saudi-Arabian min' ister to Britain, Sheikh Hafiz' Wahba, upon the conclusion of a tour through the United States in the company of Emir Feisal, the son of King Ibn Sand. •"They would not try to force the Arabs to accept the Zionist idea," he said, emphasizing that his opinions were his own and were not to be taken as those of Emir Feisal who is also the SaudiArabian Foreign Minister. He conceded that the Zionist movement was considerable in the United States, but added that "whatever its power, the Arabs will never yield." Despite Arab opposition to Jewish aspirations in Palestine, Sheikh Hafiz Wahba represented the Arab position as one of "keeping quiet" during the war. "We don't want to cause any trouble for the Allies," he explained. After the war, he said, the Palestine question would be settled. The British government, which rules Palestine under a mandate, was too preoccupied now with a "war for its life and death" to work out a settlement in Palestine, he declared. Of efforts centering in Cairo for the creation of a pan-Arab federation, the Saudi Arabian minister said : "I believe every Arab would like to see all Arabia united. But a united Arabia as a political reality will require time. Meanwhile, they can make any agreements regarding cusj toms, currency, passports, educa-' tion and other things. He could see no place within an Arab federation for a Jewish state. Reminded of the Balfour Declaration of the last war, which! promised the Jews a national homeland in Palestine, Sheikh Hafiz Wahba said: "Why should the promise of the Balfour Declaration be carried out? How many promises have not been fulfilled? And the Arabs never accepted the Balfour Declaration." The Greater Miami chapter for the National Jewish Home for Children at Denver approved a resolution this week expressing condolences upon the passing of one of its officers, Mrs. Lorayne Cohn. Mrs. Cohn, who passed away two weeks ago, served the organization as its recording secretary for two and a half years and was also chairman of its ways and means committee. The resolution reads as follows: "Resolution adopted at a meeting of the board of directors of j the Greater Miami chapter of the | National Home for Jewish Children at Denver held on Tuesday, the 8th day of February, 1943. Whereas, Almighty God in his diI vine providence has removed I from our midst Lorayne (Midge) ,Cohn, an officer and director of the Greater Miami chapter of the National Jewish Home for Chiljdren at Denver. Therefore be it Resolved, that in her death the community has lost a devoted and tireless worker and the Greater Miami chapter a true friend, ardent worker and loyal supporter." With the West Flagler Kennel club presenting another all-star schedule tonight and Saturday night for its 10th week-end of the current meeting that is now moving into its final 30 nights, all eyes are ahead to start off the ninth annual West Flagler $2,000 futurity stake eliminations on next Monday night, Jan. 24. This event, the richest racing greyhound stake in the United States, finds Messrs. Jacob Sher, president, and William L. Huntley, vice president and general manager, presenting in the eliminations, the succeeding semifinals and the championship finals on Jan. 31, a week of stellar racing to comprise a historymaking "futurity week." Extended over a longer period in former years, it has been condensed this season in order to clear the racing registry for additional major racing leading to the annual West Flagler Derby on closing night, Feb. 22. The nightly 10-race cards start at 8 p. m. with the final tenth going to the box at 11:34 p. m. j The daily double is on the second and third races with quinelas on every race. BRITISH JEWS TO GET MORE MATZOHS FOR PASSOVER London (JTA)—British Jews will be able to eat more matzohs this Passover than they have since food rationing went into effect in Great Britain. The Food Minislry announced this week that ration points for matzohs have been reduced from two to one point per pound. PA LM BE A CH NO TES MBS. MART SCHREBNICX %  krttre Capt. Herbert Herzenberg has i Sgt. Joe Glasser is on duty in been appointed a military traffic j the American theater of operadirector in the Los Angeles area.! tions. according to word received He is a nephew of Mrs. M. by his father, Jacob Glasser. Schrebnick. Shabbos services are scheduled for 9 o'clock each Saturday morning at Temple Beth El under Rabbi Manuel Greenstein. Mrs. Henry Burns is recovering from an illness in Jacksonville where she now resides. Mrs. Burns formerly lived in West Palm Beach. Mrs. Shepard has returned to her home in Rome, Ga., following a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Lesser. Mrs. Freeman, Ft. Lauderdale. was recently the guest of her sister. Mrs. Esther Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman are here I to spend the winter from New York state. Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida NameSerial No.. Home Address Birth Date Civilian Occupation. Date Entry In Service Street City Birthplace— State City State Marital Status Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress Information Transmitted by— Telephone number Date .Discharged __Rank or RatingLt. Harvey Kleiner. 26, of Denver, Colo., who has served as copilot, navigator and gunner on a bomber doing heavy duty in the South Pacific, wears the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, three Oak Leaf Clusters, and the Purple Heart. On one mission some time ago Lt. Kleiner's formation shot down twelve Zeros. Kleiner's Fort, however, ran into serious trouble when Zeros damaged its stabilizeer. The pilot negotiated a forced landing at sea and the crew hastily took to the life raft. For eight hours the crew and the commanding officer drifted on the raft/Until an American vessel picked them up. Lt. Kleiner is credited with downing three Jap craft and scoring one "probable." He has put m well over 200 hours of combat flying. Harvey is a member of the Denver Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Aaron Bergman, South Lake avenue, has returned to his home following a period of convalescence at a local hospital. Sol Rubin has returned to business after an illness. Regular winter visitors now here include Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir. Worcester, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Sneider; Mr. juid Mrs. J. Trachtenberg—both couples from i New York state. Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the the Co ABESS *S COSTAR Pint Ifetional Beak Bldg. COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. CROMER WHOLESALE 12 If. E. Third Street DIXIE SPORTSWEAR 2110 N. W. Miami Court FLXZIT SYSTEM 1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue FLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO. 82 N. E. 28th Street GREEN BROS. 55 If. E. 24th Street Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Through Operation of HUB DRY GOODS 128 If. Miami Avenue JACK C. JAYSON Miami DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS 114 If. E. Second Avenue MANHATTAN DISTRIBUTORS 110 If. W. 4th Street MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue STANDARD WHO. 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DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN.
45 N. E. FIRST AVENUE
MIAMI
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK
420 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
B'NAI B'RITH OFFICE
330 SEYBOLD BUILDING
PHONE 3-6306
Men Are Dying
Are You Buying?
This Advertisement is Made Possible by the Co-Operation of
the Following Progressive Leaders of Our Community:
Gulf Drug Sales Company
18 N. W. 7th Street
Henry's Auto & Truck Parts
76 N. W. 14th Street
Northwest Furniture Company
77 N. W. 36th Street
Hub Dry Goods Store
129 N. Miami Avenue
Miami Wholesale Corporation
118 N. W. 1st Avenue
Luby Chevrolet Company
1055 W. Flagler Street
Star Liquor Store
1501 N. W. 3rd Avenue
Novelty Sales Company
44 N. E. 1st Avenue
Dade Federal Savings & Loan Assn.
45 N. E. 1st Avenue
Simco Shoes For Men
1317 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Provident Loan Company
39 N. Miami Avenue
Florida Wholesale Grocery Company
82 N. E. 26th Street
Ross Army & Navy Store
110 N. Miami Avenue
Leonard's Store
741 N. W. 2nd Avenue
Steven's Market
2201 N. W. 62nd Street
East Coast Fisheries
360 W. Flagler Street
Dr. Frederick R. Frank
1138 W. Flagler Street
Miami Iron & Metal Company
2841 N. W. 32nd Avenue
Mayor Jewelry Company
16 N. E. 1st Avenue
Miami Paper Company
33 N. W. 10th Street
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1944 Jew 1st fkricfinn PAGE FIVE UMN OF TALENT TO BE SEEN AT MLI CLUB JAMBOREE: One of the greatest arrays of j talent ever to appear on a night club floor will be on hand Sunday j afternoon at the Bali club, when the National Children's Cardiac home hold their annual sponsors jamboree and luncheon. The home, situated on West Flagler street is making this year's luncheon an "open to the public" affair in an effort to augment their depleted funds so the work they are doing will be continued during the coming year. Dedicated to the cure of rheumatic fever and other cardiac ailments, the home has one of the only laboratories of its kind in the United States, under the constant supervision of a specialist. The present capacity is 40 children and it is the hope of the board of trustees that the funds taken in at this special luncheon will enable them to take a step forward in their plan to take care of more than 120 youngsters who arc desperately in need of this highly specialized type of treatment. Led by Doc Marcus and the Radio Aces from the Latin quarter and Sally Rand from the Hurricane club, a show made up from the outstanding talent in Miami and vicinity will be presented. On hand to supply the musical background for the shows and dancing will be the orchestras of Dave Lester from the Bali, Tommy Nunez from the Drum and Jack Eby who is playing at the Royal Center. An effort is being made to have Lionel Stander, noted Hollywood comedian on hand to present the certificates to the new sponsors. Anyone wishing to attend the luncheon may do so by becoming a sponsor of the home. The sponsorship is $100 which entitles them to a table for four with luncheon at the jamboree. The entire facilities of the club Bah are being donated to this worthy cause by Brothers Baker and Delmonico, including food and drinks. Benin now your plans for the Fourth War Loan Drive. Gartenberg & Schechter's GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL Strictly Kc*r D'nirm Room ; Catering in lh G^neial Public KpMtl I tv: ••' • • %  1' %  "Jkms. : %  > ; %  Mltv; l % % %  • %  f.^t-l 516 Waslilnf •• %  >liutiil r.^-.i'H PHONe ="16617 THRIFTY! ONE-A-DAY Vitamin A and D T E ACH tablet than minimum (tally menta of jBJj two eae *"n'nf InauActont Vitamin A rnejr| etui* night blhiiliia—, may laaaaaj tfmmmm to infection of the throat, IJM, ears and atniiaro, Vitamin D i* nan—ary to the body to nuke uaa of the calHum and phosphorua In our food. Inaura your minimum require !" anta of thee* two Important Vitamins, ear taking a ONE-A-DAY Vitamin A and 0 Tablet erery day. or 2. Convenient—you take only ooa tablet a day. neaaaat-children actually Ilka the testa — and ao win you. IMPORTANT-when buying Vitamina, compare potanctaa and price*. *Got thean at your drug eta—. Face Facts By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League A good deal of interest has been aroused by the establishment of arbitration panels. Within a week of the announcement carried in this column, threecases have been submitted—all of them on Miami Beach. Last Monday night a patient panel consisting of Rabbi Mescheloff, lawyer Herman Berk and layman Sol Goldstrom sat for four hours hearing testimony in one case. The case itself involved a typical landlord-tenant dispute. As recriminations and vile language uglied the atmosphere your columnist was grateful, that we were washing this dirty linen at least in private. A word of appreciation is due to the two opposing lawyers. Abe Aronovitz and Ben Cohen. Their cooperativeness stemmed from an appreciation of the broader issues involved. Their willingness to place the good of all above their personal interest stamped ; them as good citizens. There are three panels, one for Miami consisting of Rabbi Shapiro. Harry Simonhoff and Isaac Levin and two for Miami Beach consisting of Rabbi Lehrman, Rabbi Mescheloff, Herman Berk, Harry Zykemick, Sol Goldstrom ; and Dave Phillips at your service. We urge again that if you have I a matter which might best be i arbitrated, that you submit it. I You can do so by calling or i writing the ADL office, 330 Sey| bold building, Miami or telephonl ing to 3-6306. London (WNS)—High British officials here were reported this week to have disclaimed any knowledge of the reported new plan to partition Palestine. Despite their denials the subject continued to hold attention of pro-and-anti-Zionist elements. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Brathe" Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami Miami Beach Properties Exclusively Homes and Investments Atk for my free 1944 Informative Map of Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor "Trustworthy Real Estate Service" 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 "*?&> DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripure W a i c r UJVkM TO TOUR HOME 5-GALLOK BOTTi.! 60c CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 1 5c Plus Botllt Depositi PHONE 2-4128 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homes, Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 REAL ESTATE—MIAMI TO BUY OR SELL CONSULT HERBERT HODES REALTOR 1015 Seybold Building Phone 3-3143 or 2-3426 AN-NELL HOTEL DINING ROOM 700 EUCLID AVENUE DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED A revelation in Good Food prepared and served by the Princes of the Prince Hotels of Arverne and Rockaway Park FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-1191 THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT 1709 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-9951 CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE All Pastries Baked on the Premises CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS Catering to Organizations, Parties, and Banquets Trained dietitians and up-to-date wAl^ equipment make a strong team Because trained dietitians today hold relative rank in the Army, greater attention than erer is being paid to the nutrition-value of food served the armed force*. More and more dietitians ire being enlisted, to chat today they are aerving on virtually all fighting fronts., The best methods of food preparation or selectioni plus the best types of cooking and baking equipment..., this is a prerequisite of Army food. Gas cooking and baking* as well as Gas-heated water* play an important part in this broad program designed to.serva our men the finest food possible. Meantime, on.the.home front/Gas coinpanlci^arej! helping their commercial customers to maintain present Gas equipment in good operating order. If you are in need of such help, telephone your Gas company today. AMERICAN GAS ASSOCIATION INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL GAS SECTION 420 LEXINGTON AVENUE. NEW YORX r7W£ vetffr 1$? 'PC* ALL 'COMMERCIAL COOKING PEOPLES COMPANY FT. LAUDERDiUE MIAMI BEACH HOLLYWOOD J



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Zl %  L~, I -t run* WM Sarr. £ %  -d of the speakers ComB'nth Aati C tan. Sr. Out-of-Um %  a Sr Out-of-town vi$..**< G.r.5and Mrs Frank **• PICNTZr. WCMZN HA5TTA r.*."B : 7 : f as %  let Ed Jersey, and Geore* Phi] New York. -. x* The next *nd for Jan. 24 of a Buy War Bonds a-e is help preserve 5wf2?"l Bam i ehedu](j ~KZ5r. CON 3=155 BEACH C0.V37 .%  %  Put Pride in Your Voice Oui family plot is in MOUNT NERO. Tzere .3 Dignity Beauty. Distinction in the family sur.sl estates in MOUNT NEBO. r'-cice locations z:e available for your selection, now ..-. keeping with youi family's future needs. Perpetual Care. Convenient Terms. Compii— ze % % %  : :. :':: Religious Desires. Our D;.-ec:or. Rabbi S. M. MachteL Will Confer With You at Your Invitation. PHONE 3-3720 %  \i*-zi. H Zr.TZZ BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES %  : — OUNT NEBO fTES : H ~.r.Z HEART OF MIAMI •T. Avenue 914 OLYMPIA BUTLDIN VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU TEMPLE ISRAEL %  A BETH SHOLOM CENTER -. : %  re. y~.-.. %  • %  B .7 "*'-Baa* ssd Saaaosi anc hum fmm 7 TOWER THEATRE S %  ftfc Be M ISA Art 0PEB AT fl ? y_ sf • \PTH f ^ — -—' • ABOUT SOLD ER %  JT. TOM SEAl' • • • 7 BIG D/* >'S Sraak* Mk Tiger Si -.:•Scuta Florida*! Largeat — Financial Institution TfieFiFsh\aHonaIBaiik of .Miami EDWAAO C. ROMFH. President StatMMjfl oi Condition Comptroller's Cell DECEMBER 31. 1943 EXPERT SURGICAL MOHEL REV. PHILIP FRIED 6r*4

wJewisti Floridlam
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VOLUME 17No. 3
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
CHAPLAIN WEHFEL
KILLED
IN EINEJF DUTY
NEW YORK, (JTA) Rabbi
Louis Werfel of New York, a 27-
year-old chaplain serving with
the 12th air force service com-
mand, was killed on December
24 in an airplane crash in Algiers,
according to information from
the war department released this
week. Chaplain Werfel, whose
visits by planes to all areas of
the North African war theater
had caused him to become known
as "the flying rabbi," was the
fourth chaplain of the Jewish
faith to lose his life in the line of
duty in this war.
Chaplain Werfel was stationed
for a while at Boca Raton. Flor-
ida and was active in Greater
Miami servicemen's and religious
activities. He addressed many
gatherings here.
Chaplain Werfel was commis-
sioned in August, 1942, and was
assigned to overseas duty the fol-
lowing June. The national Jew-
ish welfare board is complying
with his most recent request,
which was for 10,000 copies, in
French translation, for men of
Jewish faith in the Free French
forces, of the board's prayer
book.
Before entering the service he
served as rabbi of the Knesseth
Israel synagogue, Birmingham,
Ala., and from 1940 through
1941 he occupied the pulpit of
the Mount Kisco.
BEACH TO
PRESENT SERIES
OF MUSIC EVENTS
The YM & WHA of Miami
Beach will present a cultural
concert series for its members,
it was announced by Harry
Zukernick, president. The series
was made possible through the
cooperation of the special ser-
vices division of the army air
forces and will consist of three
eventsall of which will be free
to paid up Y members.
The concerts will be held on
Sunday afternoons at 4 p. m. on
January 25, February 6 and Feb-
ruary 20.
The first event will present a
string quartet composed of Sgt.
Bela Urban, first violin. Sgt.
Harry Levenson, second violin,
Corp. Sol Kremenitzky, viola,
and Pvt. Carl Nuzzetti. cello.
Sgt. Urban will be the soloist of
the day accompanied by Mrs.
Virginia Urban at the piano.
AJC PRESENTS 11-PAGE
NOTE TO LORD HALIFAX
Washington, (JTA)A delega-
tion of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, composed of Joseph M.
Proskauer, president, and Jacob
Blaustein, chairman of its gener-
al committee, this week presented
an 11-page memorandum to Lord
Halifax, British ambassador to
the United States, requesting the
abrogation of the White Paper
which closes the doors of Pales-
tine to Jewish immigration alter
March 31, of this year.
The memorandum declares that
Great Britain's refusal to abolish
the White Paper would constitute
an act of "discrimination against
the Jews." While not urging "at
this time determination of the
final constitutional status of Pal-
estine," the American Jewish
Committee asks for the annul-
ment of the 1939 White Paper
which "violates the Mandate for
Palestine entrusted to Great
Britain by the League of Na-
tions in 1922."
FIRST CONTACT WITH
RUSSIA IS ESTABLISHED
OSES NEW YORK:
M RESIDE HERE
BILE PRESENTED
TO STATE SOLONS
ALBANY. (WNS)A bipar-
tisan bill making it a misdemean-
or, punishable by imprisonment
and fine, to publish or cause to
be published any false written
or printed material promoting
hatred of any group because of
race, color, or creed, was intro-
duced last week in the New York
state legislature by Arthur H.
Wicks, republican head of the
senate finance committee and by
Irwin Steingut, democratic mi-
nority leader in the assembly.
The sponsors of the bill, in a
joint statement, declared that the
proposed legislation was pattern-
ed after a bill recently adopted
by the Massacusetts state legis-
lature. The bill, they declared,
was aimed at individuals and
domestic organizations "who re-
ceive their inspiration and in-
structions from enemy nations to
stir up distrust among our peo-
ple."
The fact that the bill was in-
troduced as a bi-partisan meas-
ure was taken to indicate that
it would receive early approval.
NEW YORK. (JTA)Dr. Sim-
on Ginzburg, Hebrew poet and
scholar, died here at the age of
153. Dr. Ginzburg was born at
Lipniky, Russia. He came with
his lamily to the United States
in 1912, and was educated at
Teachers college. Columbia uni-
versity; the University of Sas-
katchewan in Canada, where he
received a B. A. degree in 1919,
and Dropsie college, Philadelphia,
where he obtained a Ph.D. in
1923.
He was the author of "The Life
and Works of Moses Hayyim
Luzzatto.'" a noted Italian Jew-
ish dramatist of the 18th century.
1 in five volumes, and of "Songs
and Poems" and "Hosea's Love."*
Lately Dr. Ginzburg had been at
work upon a translation into He-
brew of Edwin Arlington Robin-
son's "Tristram.'' He also was
the translator of Coleridge's "The
' Ancient Mariner" into Hebrew,
Dr. Ginzburg spent several years
in Palestine, where he was ac-
tive as a writer and as chairman
of the executive board of the
I Hebrew Writers association.
A brother-in-law and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman
are Miami Beach residents. Mr.
Freedman is associated with the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Jerusalem, (JTA)Material for
an exhibit showing the progress
of Jewish development in Pales-
tine has reached Moscow, it was
announced here this week at a
press conference arranged by the
Palestine Victory League. The
paraphernalia was flown by a
Russian plane from Teheran. This
is the first time that any exhibit
of Zionist achievements has been
accepted by the Soviet govern-
ment.
A delegation which was sent
by the Victory League to Teher-
an to deliver ambulances donated
by Palestine Jewry to the Rus-
sian army, returned to Jerusa-
lem. They reported the gifts of
the Palestine Jews were received
by the Russian military at Teher-
an with special honors for the
occasion.
E
ERONI OVERSEAS
AGENCY OPPOSED TO
PARTITION FAR EAST
Jerusalem, (JTA)The Jewish
Agency will oppose any partition
scheme for Palestine in whatever
form such scheme may come, the
Davar, leading Hebrew newspa-
per, reported this week quoting
"highest sources."
The Fourth War Bond Drive is
on. Are you doing your part?
WILL SEND SUPPLIES TO
TRANSNISTRIA PEOPLE
Jerusalem, (JTA)The Jewish
Agency this week announced that
it has effected an agreement with
i the Red Cross in Turkey for the
| delivery to Jews in Transnistria.
the Rumanian-occupied part of
I Russia, of fifty thousand pack-
| ages of food and clothing for the
.50.000 Jews who are believed to
'be all that survived of the 185.000
1 Jews deported to Transnistria
i from various parts of Rumania.
It was also reported here that
i full agreement has also been
! reached between the Jewish
! Agency and the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee with regard to
^sending parcels of food and cloth-
j ing to Jewish refugees now on
Russian soil. The committee to
organize Jewish relief units to
follow the Allied armies into lib-
erated territories, held its first
I meeting this week.
The Union of Russian Jews is
in regular cable communication
with the president of the Moscow
Jewish community. Samuel Cho-
brutsky. who has a special bur-
eau in Moscow for the purpose of
establishing contact between
Jews in Soviet Russia and their
relatives in the United States
The office has been unable to
locate the following persons in
Florida for whom messages have
been received:
Cornblit, Shopsa Zelmanovich
from Z. D. Shterin;
Glykman. Molka Zelmanovna.
and Goldenberg, Dvoyra Zelman-
ovnafrom Z. D. Shterin;
Katz, Jacob from brother
Mossei Katz, prisoner-of-war in
Finland;
Majzil, Nachman. editorfrom
Gertz Movshovitch, journalist;
Schechtman, Israil Jossifovitch
from brother Moishe Schecht-
man;
Weiss (or Neiss or Reiss).
Mozes and Nochemfrom niece
Lea Maler;
Nemoi, David, of Mogilev-Po-
doldkfrom aunt Rachil Fish,
married Griner.
For further information apply
to: Union of Russian Jews. 55
West 42nd street, suite 849-850.
New York 18, N. Y.
BROTHERHOOD
WEEK TO BE HELD
FEBRUARY 20-26
Leaders of Miami's Round Ta-
ble, with the coperation of re-
ligious faiths, schools and the
armed services, will launch the
11th annual observance of Broth-
erhood week Feb. 20. The plans
provide for meetings to be ad-
dressed by Protestant and Catho-
lic pas'ors and Jewish rabbis.
and will be concluded with u
banquet Feb. 26.
Arrangements are being super-
vised by Daniel H. Redfern, An-
drew T Healy and Alfred Stone.
The theme of the week will be
"Brotherhood or ChaosHistory
Shall Not Repeat Itself."
The round table's committees
to aid in arrangements are: Pro-
gram. Dr. W. H. McMaster, chair-
man. Dr. James K. McSnane.
Kenneth Key. s and Sam Blank;
finance. Benjamin E. Bronston.
chairman, Daniel J. Mahoney and
Mrs. T. V. Moore; speakers and
publicity, Francis P. Locke, chair-
man. Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub
and Henning Heldt; school.
James T Wilson. Dr. I. T. Pear-
son and Albert L. Isaac; radio. Dr.
H. Franklin Williams, moderator.
Rev. Glenn C. James, Father
Florence Sullivan and Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Catholic, Judge David
J. Heffernan and Mrs. James
A. Dunn; Protestants, J. R. Fitz-
patrick and Mrs. Dale James;
Jewish, A. A. Ungar, Benjamin
W. Slote and Stanley Myers.
SPAET IS SELECTED AS
MIAMI BEACH JUDGE
Harold Spaet was unanimously
selected as the associate munici-
pal judge of the city of Miami
Beach Wednesday morning. 37
years old, Mr. Spaet is a practic-
ing attorney with offices on
Miami Beach and is a member of
the Florida and New York Bar
associations. He was graduated
from the Washington Square col-
lege and New York university
law school. He is secretary of
Temple Israel and president of
its men's club. He is also a mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith and the Miami
Beach Elks. He came to Florida
originally in 1935 to work for the
state on bank liquidations. He
resides with his wife at 5437
I LaGorce Drive. .,
Dade County War Chest Geared for Large
Drive for Funds; Need Greatest in History
COMMISSION RECEIVED
BY STANLEY C. MYERS
Stanley C. Myers received his
commission this week as an en-
sign in the United States coast
guard reserve. Mr. Myers is ex-
pected to be sworn in this week
and will recei\te his indoctrina-
tion in the near future.
Mr. Myers is honorary presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and prominent in
the social and civic life of the
community.
Are you aiding in the Dade
County War Chest Drive?
To date the advance gifts di-
vision of the War Chest of Dade
County, Sam R. Becker, chair-
man, reports a total of $126,977
representing 430 contributions, of
which 162 are increases, 71 de-
I creases, 197 are same as last year.
This week Becker together with
'Mrs. Frank Bruen and Mrs. Phil-
lip Mallory, will make an inten-
sive coverage of all outstanding
advance pledge cards at Miami
Beach as will be done by Mrs.
Charles Baker and Mrs. Hugh
Matheson for Coral Gables and
Coconut Grove, and a group of
business men for the Miami ad-
vance gifts.
An army of volunteers num-
bering 2400 men and women al-
ready registered, and one more
thousand being needed for com-
plete coverage, started out Mon-
day to raise by personal solicita-
tion $594,110.00 needed for mini-
mum needs of the 22 local Com-
munity Chest agencies, assistance
to 14 war relief appeals, and ser-
vices to our men and women in
uniforms of our country, accord-
ing to Oscar E. Dooly, campaign
chairman. All divisions are or-
ganized, have held meetings for
instructions and to receive sup-
plies, and are ready to go for a
quick clean-up of the necessary
funds, in order to get out of the
way of American Red Cross cam-
paign in March.
Women's Division, Mrs. George
Castleman Estill, honored the
women workers at a tea in the
Miami Woman's Club. 1737 North
Bayshore Drive, Wednesday. Jan-
uary 19, at 3 o'clock. Madame
Nila Magidoff was guest speaker
for the occasion.
War Chest campaign headquar-
ters have been set up for Carol
Gables at the USO Center. 1810
Ponce de Leon Blvd., where the
Coral Gables women's division
met for final instructions and
supplies on Thursday, January
20. at 10:30 a. m. with Mrs. M.
Lewis Hall presiding. Captains
include Mrs. Richmand T Gib-
son. Mrs. John W. Holland. Mrs.
D V. Renuart, Mrs. W. C. Ward.
Mrs. Walter Pierce, Mrs. George
Corrigan, Mrs. Hilliard Willis,
Mrs. John B. McLeod. Mrs. M. B.
Cams. Mrs. Scott Crownover,
Mrs. Bowman Kinkley, Mrs.
Thomas Mayes, Mrs. J. Fritz
Gordon, Mrs. Joseph Mann. Each
captain has a team of ten work-
ers, states Mrs. Hall.
James I. Keller, War Chest
president, sounds two major
warnings as the campaign opens:
Secure pledges rather than cash
contributions, so local citizens
can use their ready cash at the
moment to buy war bonds; and
place window stickers as indica-
tion to other solicitors that your
pledge has been secured.
Tuesday afternoon at War
Chest headquarters, the entire
business division, Ray Earnest,
chairman, and Adolph Wertheim-
er, co-chairman, met all their ma-
jors, captains and workers, for
final consultation before full-
fledged solicitation in their group.
Hotels and Apartment House
division. Allen Abess, chairman,
and K. H. Sessions, co-chairman,
met at Apartment House Associa-
tion headquarters in the Halcyon
Arcade Tuesday for final ar-
rangements. Abbess states that
all apartment house managers
will be asked to receive contribu-
tions of all tenants who will not
be solicited at places of employ-
ment, giving receipts for gifts
which will be collected as an en-
tity by divisional chairman.
While all divisions of the cam-
paign are in active solicitation,
the first report meeting will be
on January 31, luncheon at the
Miami Women's Club.
NURSES' AIDES CLASS
TO BE STARTED SOON
All who are interested in start-
ing the new nurse's aides clasl
' to be held at Jackson Memorial
hospital, Monday, January 24. 10
a. m. to 12 a. m., 3 times a week,
J under Mrs. Wm. Pruitt, should
I come to Red Cross headquarters.
1507 N. E. First avenue, for a
personal interview at any of the
above hours, or between 2 and 4
any afternoon after the week of
January 17 through the 21st.
GROUP URGES EDEN TO
RESCUE NAZI VICTIMS
London, (JTA)A delegation
of British parliamentarians rep-
resenting the House of Commons
and the House of Lords this week
called on the British foreign min-
ister, Anthony Eden, to urge
quick action to save Jews and
| other Nazi-persecuted people of
j Europe.
| Secretary Eden told the delega-
tion that the British Government
is giving close attention to the
I question of rescue in cooperation
jwith Allied and neutral govern-
|ments. He told of the steps al-
ready taken and outlined plans
contemplated by the Intergovern-
mental Committee on Refugees
| and other agencies. The Duke of
Devonshire and other prominent
British officials were among those
present at the discussion.