The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
Federation\Captains, Guests
Will Hear Senator Pepper
At Meeting On March 19th
AJ.C. DEMANDS FUNDS
FOR REFUGEE BOARD
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Senator Claude Pepper of Florida will make a special trip
to Miami Beach to appear at a breakfast Sunday morning,
March 19th, at 10 o'clock, noting the official opening of the 1944
Greater Miami Jewish Federation campaign. The breakfast
will start promptly at 10 o'clock at the Wofford Hotel, Miami
Beach, ai I vited fiuests include?
XTmore than 000 captains and,, T-v.
S v,. will canvass pros- | Wq | || VISIONS
pecu during the campaign.
Senator Pepper, brilliant ora- \f ~ ~ ^...wl.,.
tor has gained an enviable repu- ; Iff f? C I O 11 IIII cl \
ution for his outspoken opinions J
on nation..! matters and particu- ---------
larly those related to tho Jewish, Tnc Advance Gift Division of
problems His appearance here tne ^44 Greater Miami Jewish
will highlight several weeks of; Federation United Appeal cam-
Federation i re-campaign activity. paign will hold report meetings
His nu ige expected to be of simultaneously this Sunday morn-
I vast importance, as he has an in-|in(?i March 12th. at 11 o'clock,
timatt- knowledge of diplomatic, Dividcd into Miami and Miami
actions now taking place in tne Bcach groups, this Division has
capito! ning the Palestine bct.n al wor|< contacting prospects
Iresolution, the immigration Pfoo- ,f0iiowjng a dinner meeting last
llemand ;"d and rehabili- Thursday. Dr. Abram L. Sachar.
tation. He i rves on many im- nationa| director of Hillel. ad-
portant senate committees, re
|quirinR his presence in Washing
which is headed by
fug<
rves on many
Iportant nate committees, re- Pressed the'gaVherings of captains
ence in Washing- and workers 0l- the Advance Gift
Itonand he will ivturn to the cap-,Division> whlcM ls headed by
,itol in ly following ns: Albert Kahn and Max Orovitz. as
laddress, which will start prompt- co.criuirmen, assisted by vice-
lly at lu oclock, enabling tne;chairman Herbert E Scher.
[senator to make plane connec- Mjami members o{ the dlvlslon
l,,cf ,, ,. .... ..will gather at the YMHA, 1567 S.
The 1944 Federation United iw Fifth Streol witn Mr. Scher
Appeal ha> goal of $189,095. al- \,Q report on carcis assigned to
located to 40 agencies of varied tht>m f0ijowinfz Dr. Sachar's ad-
OFFICIAL OF U.J.A.
SENDS MESSAGE
TO FEDERATION
New York (JTA)Government
financing of the work of the War
Refugee Board was urged in a se-
ries of proposals for the rescue
of Jews and others threatened
with extermination in Nazi-dom-
inated Europe, in a memorandum
submitted to the board by the
American Jewish Conference, it
| was announced this week.
"The rescue work which should
be undertaken at this time is of
I such great magnitude that it can-
not possibly be financed by pri-
vae philanthropic agencies." the
Conference declared. "Private
| organizations will undoubtedly
contribute to the limit of their
means, but the bulk of financial
requirements can be met only
i from government sources.
LUCIUS LITTAUER.
PHILANTHROPIST
DIES III NEW YORK
New York (WNS)Lucius Na-
than Littauer. noted Jewish phil-
anthropist who was a member of
congress for five terms and
whose oublic benefactions have
run into many millions of dollars.
As one of the first communities
to conduct its campaign in be-
half of Jewish rescue this year.
Miami is in a position to set a
high example for Jewish com-
munities throughout the country.
The news of the preparations and
division heads, all of whom are
^waiting the opening date to be-
gin intensive solicitation of the
Jewish residi nts of this area.
Additional volunteers are needed
assist in this coverage and
nose willing to serve are asked
fophoi. <'.ion office, 3-5411.
A series ol report luncheons
'ill take place during the cam-..
baign with the first of these gath- jews j
rings scheduled for Wednesday,, t0 C1V,
March 22nd, followed by report rjr '
wetings on Fi iday, March 24th,
Monday 27th, Wednesday.
Karch 29th and Friday, March
1st.
J The Speakers Division, espe-
liaily organized for the campaign
leadership of Rabbis
knder
, ----- .... ., uuvl .||(t/ Ul HlllM/l.
Ms Shapiro and Irving Lehr
pan, is get up to provide repre-
tntatives to appear before gath-
F'lRs Organizations desiring
teak r- ire asked to
sration, phone 3-5411.
siring
contact
Dr. Sachar, in his address, told
captains and workers they will
gain personal satisfaction from
the drive. "We on the home
front," he said, "face a double
task. We must push defense for
our warriors on the battle lines
and at the same time we must
continue to maintain with dignity
the unique contributions that
have made and are making
..ilization."
Dr. Sachar asserted it takes an
unusually sensitive person to ap-
preciate the events of the world
today because they are of such
staggering size that the mind is
apt to become numb in an attempt
to realize the entext of what is
transpiring. Turning to the un-
fortunate Jews in Europe, he said
their hope was kept alive only by
the knowledge that elsewhere in
the world are people who really
care what happens to them.
PALESTINE GIVEN
T
RABBI JAMES G HELLER
EMIeOHPLETE TO BET MEHIZEI
IE" FULLY IT F
l arrangement*: have been
kvZ th" Presentation of "A
End "f Jpwsh Music" next
fm$ eyei ing, March 12. at
WMni Beach Senior High
r< Drexel at Fourteenth St.
''",i and Beach "YV are
y sponsoring the "Caval-
hr I A1:,h Music" in which
k.rr'T'"1 Su8ie Michael, pian-
rdrr;'l'-r. and Maurice Fried-
ne, two nationally
liled from coast
most uniaue. cul-
unique,
these
Prtuble careen. Born
JCONTINUEO ON PACK S
and entertaining group.
have both haa
in
Leaders and captains of the
Women's Division of Federations
1944 United Appeal are striving
to complete their organizations
by Friday, March 10, so that all
I instructional work will have been
finished by the time the canvass-
ing starts on Sunday, March 19.
More volunteers are needed and
women who are willing to serve
are asked to phone then names
and addresses to Federation, at
3-5411.
The division this year has been
divided into two geographical un-
its with Mrs. Benjamin Meyers
heading the Miami Beach section
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 3)
the great enthusiasm which has
been generated through intensive
community-wide activity, are un-
mistakable symbols of the deter-
mination of Miami Jewry to es-
tablish new standards of service
in this year of greatest challenge.
It should be a source of inspira-
tion to us that after more than
eleven years of devastation and
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Dr. Heller, one of the three
co-chairmen of the National
United Jewish Appeal (UJA).
sent a personal message to Mi-
amians upon the ere of the
forthcoming campaign
despair, the Jews of Europe stand
at the threshold of liberation. The
Jews of Miami and other cities
throughout this country helped
large numbers of Jews survive
through their contributions to the
United Jewish Appeal for Refu-
gees. Overseas Needs and Pales-
tine. Today they must be pre-
pared to give in far greater meas-
ure to rebuild and restore the
victims of Nazism. Already vic-
tory has demonstrated that the
agencies of the United Jewish Ap-
peal will be required to assume
(CONTINUEO ON PAGE 7)
REPORT MEETINGS TO
BE HELD BY WORKERS
Reports of progress are sched-
uled to be heard at 11 a. m. Sun-
day, March 12. from workers of
the Special Gift division of the
1944 United Appeal at a meeting
at the Miami Beach YM&WHA,
1 Lincoln Road. This will be the
second report meeting for this
group, which has been soliciting
prospects for several days in pre-
campaign activity. Stanley C.
Myers and Carl Weinkle are co-
chairmen of the division.________
Washington (JTA) President
Roosevelt, at a press conference
this week declined to comment on
the Palestine resolution now be-
fore congress. He stated that he
had nothing to say with regard to
the resolution
Acting Secretary of State Ed-
| ward Stettinus confirmed that
the State deparment has received
representatives from several Aral)
governments regarding the Pal-
i estine resolution which demands |
free entry of Jews to Palestine j
and the ultimate establishment of i
a Jewish Commonwealth there.
While the acting secretary did
not indicate whether the State
department has sent replies to
the Arab representations, he de-
clared that they were receiving
very serious consideration.
Meanwhile, it was learned that
General George C. Marshall, chief
of staff of the army, has appeared
before a closed session of the sen-
ate's foreign relations committee,
and urged rejection of the Pales-
tine resolution which is now be-
fore both houses of congress.
Henry L. Stimson, secretary of
j war, has addressed a letter to the
committee also urging that it dis-
approve the resolution.
The opposition of the war de-
1 partment to the Palestine resolu-
tion was also made known to the
house foreign affairs committee
An announcement was made that
the house foreign affairs com-
mittee would not resume hear-
ings on the resolution until it dis-
poses with "more urgent busi-
ness."
LUCIUS N. L1TTAUKR
died suddenly of a heart ailment
on March 2 in his home at Prem-
ium Point. Now Rochelle. He
was 85 years old.
Born in Glovirsville, N. Y .
he studied at Harvard University
and later donated $2,250,000 to
the university for the establish-
ment of its Graduate School of
Public Administration "to devel-
op new techniques in public ser-
vice and as a laboratory for test-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 2)
BEN GURION RESUMES
OFFICE WITH AGENCY
Jerusalem (JTA)The Jewish
Agency for Palestine this week
announced that David Ben-Gur-
ion, chairman of its executive,
has withdrawn his resignation and
resumed work in the Agency's
headquarters.
"The withdrawal comes as a re-
sult of deliberations conducted in
London between the delegation
which the Jewish Agency sent to
England and Dr. Chaim Weii-
mann, the president of the Agen-
cy," the announcement stated.
Ben-Gurion's resignation had
been pending since October 26th
when he made an official aif-
nouncement that he was not pre-
pared to assume any responsibil-
ity for the present policy of the
Jewish Agency.
MRS. BENJAMIN MEYERS MRS. MONTE SELIG
Directing Miami Beach and Miami. Federation Workers. Respectively
*N WAR GIVE MORE: FEDERATION
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ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
BETH JACOB
Beth Jacob religious school
celebrated Punm with a masquer-
ade Sunday morning, fne pro-
gram included the Queen Esther
contest, a costume contest, and a
Punm program and rein
Dorothy Feit was chosen Que.n
Esther. Donald Berrnan. Sai
Cohen. Joseph Lock. Joyce Br
ner and Jacqueline Gofdfarb '
raizes for the most 1 and
origmal costumes. Punm
were presented by youth groups
A and B. Songs were sung by
the two kindergarten grou
the entire school. A was
presented by Fell.
Sandra Schr
A-I CONGRESS
The annua! tea given by the
Women's Division ot the Amen-
can Jewish Congressi was heId
Tuesday, March JXh, 12:30 at the
. Beach Jewish C
form of a desert party More
women atl uu
ed the orga:
.:- Louis GU
ship chairman was M-
Joseph R Mrs Joseph
Mrs An
Philip S) Mrs- Joseph ArK-
Mrs. Randolph E
SCHAAREI_2PK
SWWSte
SffiRS
U go toward the laimua
. : Seati.
od and early attendai
urged.
M. I. ORTHODOX
.:,; Nathan Hankoff.
ess*
-graduate group. Pi
JN.F coll ro large tables r
ed by Mrs Frieda
Ireshments
Sisterhood R 'n J?
chairm ned
enta attended.
.... .. *. ^
Fol "

us aiieiiufu- """"
MuiJsi Mrs S H Lutsky
- I M
du<'. -
Frederick Hoi
ton Ave \v
at 8 p. m P
awarded and refi
Proceeds will be used for toe
benefit of the synag I He-
brew schooL
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
.- v.w ......
5 :
lent.
'
Mrs -.
; '-'
Mrs I Mills re-
tary. introduced Ml -
i Division,
importance of Con
The Ststerh d I Beth Sholom
:r-v- ;: &.' 7ork"in toe life ?f every
^St^Sunday March 12th a1 Mrs Benjamin
8pm ; .-'' Sherry, a i ^Uauon
A Punm p
sponsored by I J**1**
ood pn Sun
' l2thonVw
G ldi Man lei P

: Or Tu-
gogui
$ fif A^cld shS business
meeting at wh.ch time home hos-
mSitv for rvicemen for the
linmittee was appointed to
.. with 8 committee from the
i Beach Service League to
Sk plans for placing service-
men in private homes for the
r night* The Miami Service
ue committee consists of
M L. Shapiro, chairman as-
Mn Henry Shier. Mrs.
man Blum. Mrs. Herman Im-
S. B. Feldman. Mrs. Sol
Al Weiss and Mrs.
SB Miller. After the business
rm a pre-Punm party was
held tor members and friends.
Appropriate refreshments were
d under the guidance of
Jennie Levinsoa The next
ting will be held on Monday
ning. March 20th. at the
V M H. A
FRIDAY, MARCH 1Q i^
lucius iimn
DIES IN NEW TU
(CONTINUED rWQtJ pAqk ,,
ing the problems of public *,.
vice.
. The Littauer Foundation forth.
Better Understanding of Mm
kind to which Mr. Littauer eav.
S3.000.000. makes grants to ^
HADASSAH
BETH DAVID
and Punm refreshments will be
served by the ->' Mrs
Jack Scheaffer, and her mn it-
tse. Mrs. Aixman. Mrs Baum and
Mrs. Zinnamon.
IMI THEATRE
S.W. Bth St. at 15th Ave.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Friday and Matinee Only
Saturday. March 10-11
The Andrews Sisters
HARRIET HTLLIARD
MITCHELL AYARS
and BAND
IN
SWINGTIME
JOHNNY"
Starts Sat. at 4:30 p. m. and
Continuing Thru Tuesday
March 11-14
Greater Than Any Book
He Ever Wrote
' Jack London
a ;-.;-. other organizations, intro
Dr Stephen S. Wise.
ideology of C :
1 outlined the activities.
sh wing that they do not duph-
endeavors of other Jew-
and said that
w rk deserved the sup-
ry right 1 and
it feeling Jew in America.
At the conclusion of his ad-
dress Mrs. Theodore Firestone,
i financial secretary, presented Dr
and Mrs. Wise with a check from

. : \ .'. ponsored
I v W '.v. ision I I
American Jewish Congress
. at I 45 P. M. at
Y M. H. A building. 1 Lin-
R a I '' Mrs. 1
ni '.
A '
The k .-.bout
H

of 1943 in v.. ''
ng thi Si
campaign.
Beth David C *''
hold a :
v irch 12th I Tal-
ReporU oi i '-
Nat ^alka
.
the
social hour which
Uow. The S.
nounces the annual 'Sisterhood
Dav" card and man jongg |
16th. A
ries of partu be held that
f mem-
bers and that evening one large
affair will take place in the audi-
torium Mrs Jake Engler will be
in charge of arrangements.
SPINOZA FORUM
.\ | monthly meeting of
..apter of Senior Ha-
held on Monday.
3th. at 2 p. m. at the YM
,-. V.'HA 1 Lincoln Road, Miami
Bi a h. Child welfare aspect of
Had. rk will be highhght-
. tural program in cele-
Purim and the birth-
Hadassah.
M. B. JEWISH^ENTCT_
The annual membership meet-
Miami Beach Jewish
will take place Thursday
ing, March 16. at 1415 Euclid
Avenue. The nominating com-
mittee will present the slate of of-
ficers for the ensuing year.
HIAS
N. Y. AID SOCIETY
A successful card party
-. for the C nsumptive Aid
ty, F \ River : I r;um.
N. Y. at the Tel Avh Ri itaur-
ant. Saturday. March 4th.
Falk and Mn Jacob
y were chairmen of trie af-
fair.
Lawrence E. Schiechter of New
York will be guest speaker this
Saturday afternoon. 3 o'clock, at
the Spinoza Forum, on the lawn
of the home of Dr. Abraham
Wolfson. 11th St. between Col-
lins Ave and Ocean Drive. Miami
Beach. Mr Schiechter will speak
on "T: New China." Next Tues-
day evening Dr Morris Schneer
will give the 7th and last lecture
on the "Art and Sci-
ence of Living."
DENVER CHILD'S HOME
Ml Myron M Newman, pres-
Miami Chapter.
National Home for Jewish Child-
ri i at Denver, is attending the
reg: i try conference
Chicago I ek A report from
* : I: ides
have been made at the H n
and cur -:c child-
Nati nal Home for J
-':. C" :. I 1 :
for orphans and children c: I .-
bercular parents, and there are

at all times.
The HIAS Tourist Committee
will sponsor a concert Sunday
evening. March 19th, at Miami
Beach High school, featuring
Sara Osnath Halevy, internation-
ally known Palestinian dancer
and singer. Assisting artists will
include Cantor Abraham Freed-
man of Beth Sholom Congrega-
tion; Cantor Louis Hayman of
Beth David Congregation, and
Miss Anyuta Melicov. pianist.
search institutions and gives loan
scholarships to advanced stud
eu uU.u'S my desirt' and hope
through the agency of this foun-
dation, to enlarge the realms of
human knowledge, to promote
the general, moral, mental and
physical improvement of society
so that the sum total of human
welfare and wisdom may be in-
creased and the cause of better
understanding among all mankind
promoted," he wrote in a letter
creating the foundation.
His interest in science reward-
ed research in many of its phases,
X-rays, pneumonia, cancer, dia-
betes, biometrics and others.
Shortly after the death of his
[wife of pneumonia in 1927, hean-
! nounced an annual gift of S1O.0O0
to New York University for use
in studying the prevention and
cure of ther disease. He made a
grant of $15,000 to the New York
I diabetes association and a build-
! ing gift to the School for Speed
| Disorders in New York.
Other Littauer gifts of special
interest to Jews include the es-
tablishment in 1925 of the Nathan
Littauer professorship of Jewish
literature and philosophy at Har-
vard University in honor of his
father; the gift to Harvard in
1930 of 12,000 rare Hebrew boob
and manuscripts; and the found-
ing in 1939 of the Institute of In-
ter-Denominational Studies at the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America to promote better under-
standing of Judaism among both
Jews and Christians.
Keep your ears open
Also your eye-
Down through the years
You'll grow wise!
ID"**
ft**-.
Your Complete- Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
AA Triable &
Warehouse Corp.
LOCAL MOVING-
PACKINGSHIPPING
GREYVAN LINES, INC.
Long Diatance Moving
Agenta in All Cities
PHONE 5-1415
LOVER
PIRATE
. FIGHTER .
. ADVENTURER
WITH
MICHAEL O'SHEA
FRANK CRAVEN
LOUISE BEAVERS
EXPERT SURGICAL
MOHEL
REV. PHILIP FRIED
Graduate of t"e Jewish hji.
pital of Philadelphia ai Mohef.
Practiced at Atlantic City Hos-
pital for past five years.
Now affiliated with Beth
Darid Congregation
PHONE 2-1473
Wbei Yoi Pay For ^m
r" WATCH REPAIRS *&
Wky Not Get the Best
HAVI AN
ACCURATI
TIMEREEPEI
NATHAN GINSBURGS fls*fc.fcfcs*
TRUE FARM FOOD liL/jJ
RESTAURANT I IP BT
645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Dietary Laws Observed
SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY
2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS
Meats Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From
1 P. M 8 A. M.
^- OPEN EVERY DAY
Technical training
and yean of experi-
ence only cam nmiu
man a watchmaker.
YooTl find such sU lls
a* IMuir-a Get the
* U cssu
mere.
e
JEWIUY lEfAIIIII
DANZIG'S
Jewelers
236 HALC VON ARCADE
145 f Holler St.
You Owe It .
To yourself, your family, and your friends,
to prepare for the inevitable need. Do not
leave it as a burden upon the sorrow of youi
wife and children.
Do not let their memory of you as a protector
and a provider be marred by the neglect of a
duty you should have performed for them.
Prepare now for the inescapable need.
Our Director. Rabbi S. M MachteL Will Confer
With You at Your Invitation.
PHONE 3-3720
FLORIDA'S MOST BFAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES
MOUNT NEB0
ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
MUSA ISLE
INDIAN VILLAGE
1700 N. W. 25th Avenue
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rVm. M"turn. Wlahin*
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Taiut But No. 15 or Yacht
Seminol* Quctn
SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME
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PHONE 9-2664
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PAGE THREE
;n*rrr*^"** tr~ir*mmru j*.".
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
_n__n.f**n~ ** *^^^ 'ii*i n_n_n_n.-.
CENTENARIAN IS STILL
FULL OF LIFE AND FUN
Max Lessman of
M ,, N J., were honored
Wr*'I h I'uiim dinner given
rtebraUon of their wedding
in c. ,.. hv their friends. Mr.
Zalon. 921
anniv
and Mrs. Abraham .
&1 Avenue, Miami
Euclid A
Beaeh.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herman
U f.r 1053 S. W. 21st St.. are
LffftJK Sister, Miss Harriet
yeV and Mr. and Mrs Benja-
Kfeyei ol Chicago. Mr Mey-
ft a member of the faculty of
Je University of Miami.
Miss Rachel Adelman left this
week by plane for Puerto Rico.
She will be associated with the
government in special work there.
Mrs. Sam Blank left this week
for Colorado Springs. Colo., ac-
companied by her grandchild, to
visit with her son-in-law and
daughter, Capt. and Mrs. Stanley
Frehling. Mrs. Blank will return
in several weeks.
Cecil Myers returned to
his
.' York this week af-
KStioning with His son and
dauKhur-m-law. Mr. and Mrs.
staniev C. Myers,
Mrs. C. D. Kugelman and her
son, Jay, from Elkins Park. Pa.,
are spending a month with her
mother-in-law, Mrs. Bella Kugel-
man, Rivo Alto Drive. Rivo Alto
Island.
TO SET OUIZED
FULLY n FUR
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
and Mrs. Monte Selig directing
the workers on the Miami side of
the bay. Between these two
groups it is hoped to cover all
Jewish families residing in Great-
er Miami.
Captains working at Miami
Beach with Mrs. Meyers are Mrs.
Joseph Brenner, Mrs. Joseph Co- ,
hen. Mrs. Max Dobrin Mrs. Sam I Up until 20 years ago he was an
Grundwerg. Mrs. Ida Joseph, active clothing merchant Five
Mrs. Moses Krieger. Mrs. Joseph | years ago he moved to Miami.
Upton, Mrs. Benjamin London, where "
Still fun of life and fun, Mr.
Meyer Kater Katowitz will cele-
brate his 100th birthday with an
open house Sunday. March 12th,
at the home of his daughter. Mrs.
Charles K Green, 125 S. W. 27tn
Road. Receiving guests will be
his daughter, Mrs. Rose Gallow
and granddaughter, Dorothy Gol-
low. Out of town guests will in-
clude Mr. and Mrs. Louis Light-
stone and Mrs. Harry Zelin of
Detroit, and Mrs. Edward
Schwarz of Willoughby. Ohio.
Mr. Katowitz has ten living
children, eighteen grandchildren,
ARRANGLMENTS
UEILLGWLETE
FOR "HpHE"
(CONTINUED FHOM PAGE 1)
Portland, Oregon, a piano prodigy
at four, Susie Michael Captured
numerous scholarships with the
world's great masters, among
whom were Sigismond Stojow-
,ski of New York and Victor
five great grandchildren and four | Heinzc of Chicago. Her know-
great great grandchildren. He | ledge of Hebraic history, its cul-
X? nSZ Jnc?U.SSia "d camc l I ture and folklore made her B
It* .lln!,tt'dn S.taAcs 65. WL aK brilliant exponent of the spirit
and traditions of her people.
Maurice Friedman possesses a
sonorous, flawlessly trained bari-
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proved from the illness suffered
on her trip home.
Diane Koven will entertain
some of her friends at her home
March 10th at 8 o'clock celebrat-
ing her 16th birthday. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
Koven, 1890 S. W. 21st Street.
ENGAGEMENT
The engagement of Miss Julia
Hutzler. daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Solomon W. Hutzler. of River-
side. N. Y., to Lieut. Elliott B.
Blumenthal. Jr., USA Medical
Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Blumenthal, of 2821 Coacoochee
Ave.. Coconut Grove, is announc-
ed by the parents of the bride-
elect.
Miss Hutzler attended the San
Luis School at Colorado Springs.
Colo., and was graduated from
Wessesley College last June.
Lieut. Blumenthal attended the
University of Georgia and enter-
ed the Army in January of this
year following his graduation
from the College of Physicians
and Surgeons at Columbia Uni-
versity in New York He is now
stationed at Fort Dix. N. J.
No wedding date has been set.
soprano in the synagogue choir,
directed by his gifted father, he
became steeped in the atmos-
, include Mrs. isa- MILLIONS WILL AID RED' ffnT 0t HebraiC CU'turC and
do" Mri.a,Norn^rSJ?cobsl Mrs". CROSS TO RAISE FUNDS ^ wh his voi' <*"**
ton Sirkin, Mrs. Barney Weinkle. one year and is now stationed at
and Mrs. Edward J. Weinstcin. Opa Loeka.
Miami captains who are assist-
Jacobs. Mrs.
Hyman Kaplan, Mrs. Edward Lo- |
vitz. Mrs. Irving Miller. Mrs. S. M
B. Miller. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, tnL>
jit was discovered that he possess-
Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. Mrs. Her- American Red Cross service-flag
| bert E. Scher Mrs. Henry Seitlin, ln front windows again this year
and Mrs. I. Rosengarten. signifying participation in the
Millions of homes throughout 'ed a baritone voice of phenomenal
I United States will display the ""- *>owvrt ^"fil Ur*J
I
'.....i.^, k*j v.,*. "*mmi. wn. ui lilt; ncu \^iur:i, iiuve apcriii
Jewish Center which he serves weeks preparing for the 1944 Red
as oresident. Capacity attend- Cross War Fund, the most mi-
REGISTER NOW
You must re-register to
vote in the coming elec-
tion. II you have not pre-
viously registered to vote
since the books have been
opened, do so immediate-
ly. Books are open in
the courthouse. Don't wait!
A Cavalcade of
Jewish Music" .
Dramatized Song Sketches
Narration and Music
MAURICE FRIEDMAN SUSIE MICHAEL
Baritone Pianist-Narrator
MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
SUNDAY, MARCH 12
8:15 P. M.
General Admission $1.10 Reserved Seats $1.65
Sponsored by YM & WHA of Miami Beach
and YM & YWHA of Miami
to prepare for the concert and
operatic stage, he attended the
famous Institute of Musical Art
r944'R.TcrossWWarFund',which of Now, Yor.k. a"d 'aicr became
began March 1. .associated with the Belgian artist,
.,,... I Louis Graveure. Hf achieved
Early indications are that some envaible fame on the concert
three million men and women Btage and as sol()jst with mt.tro.
volunteers of the Red Cross will Utan symphony orchestras,
participate in the annual home-, Tnt. pio{,ram depicts the music
l11"' canvass for the $200,000.- ()f Israt.| through 2000 years of
000 Fund needed to carry for- wandering. Out of the vast
ward the gigantic task of the Red treasure of the Jewish peoples'
--------- Cross throughout the world. melodies, the Friedmans have the
Samuel Friedland was tendered; These workers, representing the happy capacity of selecting a de-
a testimonial dinner Thursday 3756 chapters and 6084 branches lightful program of material rich
evening by the Miami Beach'of the Red Cross, have spent m entertainment value.
For those generations removed
from European Jewish culture
ance was present at the banquet I portant war time campaign in the program offers a fascinating
and an engraved resolution of the organization's history. Each revelation of Jewish folk spirit,
commendation was presented to volunteer will carry with him For those only years removed
the guest of honor. credentials indicating his official they stir happy memories and
Mr. Friedland is a prominent connection with the drive bring tears of joy.
hotel owner and operator on Mi- "The Red Cross wishes to give Tickets are available at the
ami Beach, coming here several | every American, regardless of Miami and Beach "Y's".
years aeo from Philadelphia. He where be is located, the opportun-1 --------------------
has been very active in Miami ity of contributing to the cause Alexander Borovsky, on a
Beach activities and has taken a of humanity.'' Chairman Davis coast-to-coast concert tour of the
special interest in the welfare of declared "We do not need to tell United States, will be the guest
the Center. He donated the ark Americans how important these soloist with Dr. Modeste Alloc
when the Center was construct- contributions will be." and the University of Miami sym-
ed, the formal dedication of which No reports from field workers phony orchestra March 12. The
will take place at special services in the Dade County Red Cross fifth concert of the University's
Friday evening War Fund drive are yet available, current subscription season will
Henry Ungerlieder was chair- H. H. Hyman campaign chair- be played in the Miami Senior
man of the If fair and served as man, announced. High School Symphony hall,
toastmaster. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man delivered the main address ^_______ ________________________________________
and the musical program was ^:r ------------------------------------------------------------
presented by Cantor Abraham D.
Wolf, Mrs. Evelyn Raff and Miss
Edith Freeman. Greetings were
extended by Mayer H. Frankel.
honorary president of the con-1
gregation, and Mrs. Frieda New-1
man, head of the Sisterhood.
On the committee assisting Mr.
Ungerlieder in charge of arrange-
ments were Nat Hankoff, Hurry
Bodenstein, Miss Doris Robinson,
and Miss Evelyn Lippman.
GOLDEN WEDDING
Golden wedding annivusary
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lernei
1119 S. W. Ninth Ct was ob-
served at a dinner Thursday at
the home of their daughter. Mis.
Lawrence Sapero. 4275 Nautilui
Drive, Miami Beach. The Lerners,
who came to Miami 20 years ago
from Philadelphia, also have p
son, Abraham Lerner, 1113 S
W. Ninth St.
MAURICE FRIEDMAN and SUSIE MICHAEL. ARTISTS PRE-
SENTING A "CAVALCADE OF JEWISH MUSIC" AT MIAMI
BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ON SUNDAY EVE, MARCH 12
Th
Brook C I u
presents
Dixie Dunbar
Screen end Stage Personality
CESAR and ROSITA
Artists of the Dance
BARRY WINTON'S ORCHESTRA
PEDRO AND HIS RHUMBA BAND
Re8ervations Telephone 6-2658
MRS. ARMAND WYLE IS
DEAD AT ATLANTA. GA.
Word was received here this
week of the sudden death of Mrs.
Armaud Wyle, wife of the direc-
tor of the Atlanta Orphans' Home.
Mrs. Wyle underwent anjnpera-
tion in Atlanta Wednesday and
passed away that evening. Well
known to many Miamians. Mrs.
Wyle actively assisted her hus-
band in the work of the Orphans'
Home, placing many children
from this area.
RABBI J. RISIKOFF TO
BE SPEAKER AT CENTER
Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff. chap-
lain of the department of sanita-
tion of Greater New York, noted
Jewish leader and prominent
rabbi of Brooklyn. N. Y, will de-
liver a lecture Saturday. March
11th 6 p. m., at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. The guest speak:
er will be introduced by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Abraham
D. Wolf will chant the musical
portion of the program.
NORTH-SOUTH-WEST
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Whether you work on a farm in Live
Oak, a factory in Jacksonville or a hotel
In Palm Beach, you ARE affected by
state problem*. That's why you need a
man whose vision and experience PROVES
he can direct state progress.
Elect
ERNEST It. GRAHAM
the ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR
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The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami. FU.
P. O. Box 2973_______________________ Phone --U_
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930 at the Postq Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of Marcn 3, 18.9
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
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ADAR 15. 5704 .
VOLUME 17 NUMBER
Face Facts

By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Ante Defamation League
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
FRIDAY, MARCH 10, l944
Mtidiy e#npde*vtial
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
NEAR EAST NEWS ... t m ... .
The Kiplinger Washington Letter, which claims to know
letter the inside of everything, a few weeks ago told its readers that
:1 that British "don't like America's interest in Arabia's oil pipe.
line for it puts the U. S. into a trade area which heretofore ha*
- ten domSiated almost exclusively by the British" g
dope is all wrong London and[Washington have agreed
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embarking upon
the largest goal of any campaign in the historr
Jewry, the United Jewish Appeal is undertaken:
mendous magnitude which will require ~? h
support from every quarter. As the s::
for the Joint Distribution Committee, United -T
and National Refugee Service, the three mcna c
have helped sustain the lives of 2.000.0CC >
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We will be re-
phase of rescue and reconstruction activity
and the United States and Latin Americc the .
Appeal raised a total of more than S75.800.CC: sina
fact alone reflects the special importance which America:
attach to the combined rescue operations the UJA has .-_::
during five of the most critical years in the history o: out :-
Now the year of decision and, we hope, the yea o: trans*
tion from war to victory and from destruction to recor.fr.-
confronts us with the greatest responsibilities since the r-er.r.
nssg of World War IIthe greatest opportunities for saving die
lives of large numbers of Jews still in the grip of oppression cr.d
rebuilding the lives of scores of thousands of others to whom
Allied victories have already brought liberation. It is to meet
these enormously increased needs that American Jewry has
undertaken to raise $32,000,000 this year. We have waited
far eleven years for the coming of the day which would signal
the end of misery and homelessness and death for our people
and usher in the day of freedom, of hope and restoration. We
stand at the dawn of that day. The agencies of the United Jew-
ish Appeal have already entered on the first stages of recon-
struction effort. The Joint Distribution Committee is expanding
As activities in North Africa and Italy for the rehabilitation of
the Jewish communities in the liberated territories. The United*
Palestine Appeal is speeding the program of land acquisition
and agricultural settlement so that the Jewish National Home
may continue its role as a major haven for the uprooted. And
the National Refugee Service has initiated location and reunion
activities to bring relatives in the United Stales in touch with
refugees in European countries freed by the Allied armies.
Because of these added responsibilities which will quickly ]
mount with the crackup of the Nazi Fortress, the United Jew-
ish Appeal will require far greater funds in 1944 than in any
previous year of its existence. The Jews have bled and died
in great numbers during the past decade. The era of mass mur-
der, though not ended, is now drawing to a close. We cannot
revive the dead, but in the name of our martyred millions we
can and must do everything possible to assure a share of vic-
tory for the living. We helped them survive. Now we face the
challenge of giving them new life, of restoring them to the
status of free men and women. That we can do through the 1944
United Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
in its current drive. Be glad its only money we are asked to I
on a division of oil interests in the Middle East not only among
themselves, but also with Russia There are, however, some
-savory individuals, several of them close to our State De-
partment, who are letting themselves be used by the British
:olonial Office ... The idea of these Tories is to intimidate of.
Baal circles and demand disinterest in Zionism in exchange
-;: clear sailing on the oil business Did you know that Tel
A ..-. is no longer a hundred per cent Jewish city? ... Its boim.
dories recently were extended to include a nearby Arab village
New all the municipal notices of Tel Aviv are published in
Hebrew and Arabic ... A rare treat was the recent dinner
z: the Hotel Commodore to Freda Kirchwey, publisher
lot of The Nation Not so much because of what
-v Thompson, Raymond Gram Swing and Archibald Mac-
said but because of Freda's own great and realistic
sceech ... In contrast to the other speakers, Miss Kirchwey
called the faes of democracy by their right names, and for tke
:::s- T.e committed The Nation to a favorable stand on a Jew-
ish National Homeland in Palestine.
HOW COME? ...
Harry Hershheld reports that in a Colorado prison camp
::: captured Nazi soldiers there were two Czechs who had been
:;:cecl to serve in the Reichswehr, and who, as soon as they
reached these free shores, threw away their iron crosses ... But
the omnipresent Gestapo had an agent on hand This Him-
merlite took one of these crosses, heated it to red heat, and
rrar.dea the two Czechs with it And then he saw to it that
their names were put on the next list of prisoners to be
' changed between the U. S. and Naziland ... If Harry's infer-
3l2retsin7tit*rt :\ SeTJew- motion is really authentic, as it may well be. we would kke to
ish tradition which has become ask: How come that anti-Fascist Cxechs cob still be returned to
enriched and significant through fc,"azi-eris!aved Europe?
the centuries, whi'.e at the sa- '>TTPTrQITM
time divorce ourseives from what- 'LUtllvOUm .
ever objectionable traits wi B Not long ago a commercial sponsor presented, over NBC,
possess as individuals q radio story presumbably dealing with anti-Semitic and at
bridVeU%lubrwould "have beer.! Negro fifth columnists in this country ... The radio play wts
just as much of a nuisar.ee ::' hi well done, and was intended as good democratic propaganda
were Spanish or Norwegian jt failed, however, in one essential respect: At no time were

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pauem'has nTrelatfon S2 : ds '$?" ?r "* mentioned nor for that matter*.
i religion or even to his term anti-Semitism ... We wonder what percentage of listen-
servance of Hebrew custi mi e:s got the idea behind the presentation The great majority
tradition* must have been deeply puzzled We're puzzled too: Why
"Your fatner-ir.-law __i|_*j J r
tionable Uj you not because he the hush-hush policy?
prays but because his appearance MEN AND BOOKS .
Congratulations to Dr. Stephen S. Wise on the publication
of his new book, "As I See It," timed to appear just before hi*
70th birthday on the 17th of this month The volume con-
tains a collection of his writings during the last few years, and
proves that Rabbi Wise had a keen eye for what was in th*
stars not only for the Jews but for democracy The book
should be read by every one concerned about the winning of
the war and the peace Chief Warrant Officer E. ]. Kahn,
Jr., who has already published two books on military life, ha*
now crashed the austere columns of the Infantry Journalwith
a piece on G. I. humor The late Lord Wedgwood s "Testa-
ment to Democracy," just out, is irrefutable evidence that h
considered Britain's attitude toward Palestine a touchstone of
democracy Any one who buys this volume, by the way,
|A/ H A T M/ H E N If HERE



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PUR1M
ask for
i\ Notlfl .itlon
' !' ition i later 1 ," \, ,"' A j- (,
Tuesday for i thai w.. k > contributes the purchase price to the Wedgwood canteens iw
Allied Troops, as the printing costs of the book were donated
----------------- Sundav March 12th- runeu nuops, as uie priming costs oi it.
When the madman of Europe warned the German people Annal Pur..n "J^ Bc,h Ja. by the Wedgwood Memorial Committee,
some time ago that if they didnt exert greater efforts to win the Cob. 311 Washington Ave OPFRA NOTF^
war the Jews of the world would be offered another opportunity Monday. March 13th: r^In j ."u* *- ^|A D _i... to celebrate a triumphant Purim festival he visualized.^ well! Hadassah. Miami Chapter, reg- .n Broadway they re saying that the Rockefellers plan*
as anticipated, the end that comes to all Hamans. fcf^Eft 2 ft T '' MiMni f T ^^P11^ P"? mwe U^JT Ph^M**
Zionist meeting, election of of- tenor Jan Peerce back to Radio City, which left for the Men*
r".wn.Y: .8:15 P m i Dolitan Ooera Hous*. Rillv Ram th* imnressario who ma*
That he spoke of Purim weeks before its celebration, was no
accident. He must have known from his long association with
Jews during the time he was a starving and frustrated "painter"
that Purim was a festival of deliverance.
It was not "intuition" that made Hitler refer to Purim in his
last speechit was the conviction that his lot had been sealed..
Purim derives its origin from the Persian word "pur," meaning
"lot" When the twentieth-century barbarian spoke of Purim
he was haunted by visions of gallows.
Purim has always been celebrated as a gay holiday among
jews. Even the usual restrictions against drinking were re-
laxed on that day. We can only add that the day when Hitler
will be hanging on the gallows there will be no need for stim-
ukrting the joy of the world through intoxicants. That day will
be a day of universal deliverance, a universal Purim.
EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE
Our thorough knowledge of all matters ef ritual,
coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient
ana courteous personnel enable us to provide a
funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved
family in ever)- particular.
j Mai i politan Opera House Billy Rose, the impressario
National Home for Jewish Chil-.an Pera a smash hit (with his production of "Carmen Jones fcl
dren at Denver, card partv at \ a yery proud man these days Recently he had to spena
home of Mrs. D Beyer. 4443' some time in court, where his role was that of a plaintiff ina
Beach' Se^ice^S: & law : And *% American ^orthand champion, dj
Y. 2 p. m.; Sholem Lodge Bnai I B'nth meeting. 8.30 p. m. ceedings faster than did the court stenographer.
'ABOUT PEOPLE... nWi
Gertrude Bergman, granddaughter of the late famous Raw*
Moses Margulies, has been hailed as the moat active execute
in the New York City Defense Recreation Committee, which sup-
plies entertainment tickets to service men ... In a Little oti
Beth David Sisterhood rr
2:30 p. m ; board of directors of
the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. Beach YM & WHA. 8:15
p.m.; Workmen's Circle. Branch
No. 692, regular membership
meeting. 25 Washington Ave.,
8:30 p. m.
Friday March 17th:
Forum series. National Council
of Jewish Women, Beach Y.
"Anti-Semitism in America "
1:30 p. m.
For VictoryBuy and keep on
buying bonds!
1236 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, 5-7777
In New York
76th St. and Amsterdam Ave.
two years she has put in 7,500 hours of volunteer work
Reported entertaining troope in Africa is Luise Rainer, *n*
the latest news of Paulette Goddard places her somewhere*
the Far East on a similar mission The Navy is losing
Chief Petty Officer Artie Shaw, whom a medical discharge
bringing back to civilian band-leading Movie diredorJ:
Alexander Korda's plans for the near future include the sere*0'
ing of a film biography of Winston Churchill.
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MARCH 10. 1944
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On many an afternoon. Sonny sits on the
window sill and stares at the star that repre-
sents the missing part of his life. That star was
placed in the window when Daddy went away.
Mommy put it there and said that when Daddy
came home she would take it down. Now Sonny
looks out the same window where Daddy once
pointed to the blooms of Spring and to the snow-
falls of Winter.
Today Sonny is as much a part of the war
as Daddy. He, too, knows of sacrifices, and the
greatest of all is doing without the guiding ex-
ample of a Daddy who is thousands of miles
away. The star stirs memories which leave an
aching void to be filled. Who will take Daddy's
place to guide Sonny for the duration? Who will
help shape his future while Daddy is fighting
for freedom? Who will build his tomorrow?
Greater Miami has hundreds of Sonnys.
They must have all the help we at home can
give them during the crucial months of war
ahead of us. They and their brothers and sisters
need the recreational, cultural, educational and
religious services maintained in Greater Miami
by the Jewish Federation. These are the Miami
Y, the Miami Beach Y, the Bureau of Jewish
Education and the University of Miami Hillel
Foundation.
What do we mean when we say we must
also win the peace? It's taking care of little fel-
lows like Sonny that will lead to the new day
of tomorrow.
When you are called upon to give, remem-
ber Sonny And remember the others here
and elsewhere whose future depends upon
what we do today.
IN WAR GIVE MORE
194 4 UNITED APPEAL
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
1002 CONGRESS BUILDING TELEPHONE 3-5411
Opening March 19th Greater Miami Will Raise $189,095
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CONSIDERATION AND SUPPORT.
My conduct end rercrd c: service
as a icdtiruL p-.ibL::-rr.ir.ded com-
UUUlHy servn:-. sperries :cr itse.:.
George 5. Okell
Candidate for Legislature
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PAGE SEVEN
GREATER ^tlSmSiJ^S^" "TEsTS ft GrealW "^ '^h Federation
9 01 The Jwtah Welfare Board ______Help Us Knp a Record of Our Men in ferric*
SERVICE
PARADE!
ASSOCIATE RABBI
AT TEMPLE ISBAEL
Dr. Jacob Tarshish was unani-
mously chosen as associate rabbi
of Temple Israel, Miami's re-
form congregation, at a meeting governor with a group of support-
GftAHAM PUTS STRESS
ON UNITED BUSINESS
Gainesville, Fla., March 7.
"Quit merely talking united co-
operation, and live it in your
everyday business," is State Sen.
Ernest R. Graham's answer to
Florida's postwar problems.
Discussing his candidacy for
The Greater Miami Army-
Maw Committee wants in-
ferring totuw^wwflgd
rom those in service. Thes*
will be used for publication
m the Service Parade Page
f The Jewish Floridian. the
daily pre*8 and a*1'011"}
publications. Send original
or copies of these letter! to
the Army-Navy Committee.
Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
for everyone to know where
our servicefolk are. what
they
are seeing and doing.
Irving Rubin. 4411 Sheridan
Ave., completed aviation training
at Shaw Field, Sumter, S. C.. and
has moved on to advanced flying.
Lt. (jg) Jerome J. Berger.
USNR, 1150 Lincoln Rd., Miami
Beach, has reported to the New
Orleans Naval Armed Guard cen-
ter for assignment as command-
er of a Navy gun crew aboard a
merchant vessel. Lt. Berger serv-
ed as a storekeeper 2-c at the
Miami Naval Air Station before
receiving his commission. His
wife, the former Jeanne Bau-
mann, lives here.
PASSOVER HOSPITALITY
Register your facility now.
and make a place in your
home for the Passover Sedar-
im for a serviceman. Home
hospitality is appreciated by
those in the service. Call
the Jewish Welfare Board.
9-1323. now. and tell them
you will enhance the joy of
the Passover holiday by in-
viting one or more service-
men to partake of the Pass-
over meals with you.
Monday evening. Dr. Tarshish. in
the rabbinate for many years, has
attained a national reputation
both as a member of the clergy
and as a radio speaker.
He is a native of Baltimore,
Md., and received his early edu-
cation there. His father, an out-
standing scholar, was one of the
organizers, and served as princi-
and Mrs. Ferd S. Meyer, has left
Lt Marvin Raskin of the Unit- the University of Miami for
training at Pla^tsburg, N. Y..
midshipman's sciiool. He was
chosen as one of three out of 300
cadets.
Before attending University of
Miami, Cadet Meyer had attend-
ed Admiral Farragut Academy,
at Tom's River, N. J.
tales Marine Corps, was
heard from this week by his par-
ents Mr and Mrs. Mortimer
Raskin. 750 Jefferson Avenue.
from "somewhere in the Pacific.
A former resident of Miami
who reported at Keesler Field.
Miss for training and classifica-
E in the Army Air Forces is CHAPLAIN ZWITMAN IS
pt Robert Miller, son of Mr
and Mrs. Henry
W. 27th Terrace.
Miller, 2945 S.
Pfc. Leon B. Namoff. 1131 W.
Flagler St. recently was gradu-
ated with high honors from the
AAF radio school at the Sioux
Falls, S. D.. Army air field.
Namoff compiled a final aver-
age of 86.8 per cent and attained jstermg
a code speed of 20 words per min- Chapjain Zwitman is a circuit-
lite to rank seventh in his class. rider in a jee The Jewish iead_
He now is qualified to take his cr covers a mmimum of 170 miies
place as a radio operator-mechan- each week regularly visityig
the Army Air Forces some back country spots wnere
that animals have been known to
Cadet James Meyer, son of Lt. stand in the road, apparently evi-
dencing little fear of the ap-
proaching jeep.
Chaplain Zwitman reports a
general increase in worship at-
tendance in the more remote
areas, and chaplains of all faiths
here are considering more cir-
cuit-riding.
Before entering the service in
July, 1942, he was rabbi of Tem-
ale Israel in Miami. Educated at
*cw York University and the
Jewish Institute of Religion in
New York City, Chaplain Zwit-
man attended the special field
and combat-conditioning course
conducted by the Army at Har-
vard University.
His wife and their two sons,
one three-years-old and another
a month old, now live at Fort
Monmouth.
CIRCUIT,RIDER IN IEEP
Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman.
of Miami, has solved a problem
of logistics in which the exigen-
cies of modern combat training
scatter his Signal Corps worship-
pers to remote and obscure areas
in this region.
His solution: mechanized min-
ers here, the Dade county farm-
er-business man said Florida's
problems and opportunities in
one section are interwoven with
problems and opportunities in
every other section.
He emphasized this by explain-
ing that the pension check of a
needy aged person in West Flor-
ida depends on the tourist sea-
son in Miami, since money for
the aged comes from racing; that
an Arcadia cattleman's success
may depend on the citrus crop
in the Indian River country, since
citrus pulp has been discovered
as an excellent cattle food and
that a tourist dollar spent in Pen-
sacola may help build a road in
Key West through the gasoline
tax money allocated to the road
department.
EPPERSON
FOR
CONGRESS
POSTHUMOUS AWARD
MADE BEACH SOLDIER
famed bombers.
Lt. Daniel I. Taradash. son of
Mr. William Taradash, 5225 Col-
lins Ave., spent a ten-day leave
here recently. He is stationed at
Astoria. Long Island, N. Y., where
he is directing and writing train-
ing pictures for the Army.
Sol Levin. 212 N. W. 24th Ave.,
recently was promoted to the
rank of corporal with the 15th
Army Air Forces overseas.
Levin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Klv Levin, Miami, and is a
graduate of Miami Senior High
School.
Con) Levin is an armorer in
the "Hal In Ring Squadron" of
AAF P-38s and has been over-
seas five months.
the highways dwindle to little
more than wood-bordered trails.
There are many chapels on Ft.
Monmouth, N. J., and its sub-
posts. But when officers and en-
listed men complete their courses,
they take additional training in
the field. Way-points on the cir-
cuit are the bivouac and train-
ing areas at Allaire and Lincroft
and the two miseries, Upper and
Lower Camp Misery, located
near Mt. Misery in New Jersey.
He relates, however, that the
last two camps "were probably
misnomers since the locales con-
tain no more than their average
DR. JACOB TARSHISH
pal of the Talmud Torah in that
city. Rabbi Tarshish received his
B. A. in the University of Cia;
cinnati and his M. A. from Le-
high University in Bethlehem.
He studied for his Ph. D. at Ohio
State and Columbia Universities.
Congregations served by the
newly chosen rabbi include
houses of worship in Allentown,
Pa., Yonkers, N. Y., and Colum-
bus, Ohio.
Speaking as the "Lamp Light-
er," Rabbi Tarshish has broadcast
over all the major networks,
NBC, MBC, and CBS on national
his last mission on Tarawa hook-ups. His program was
Island, Jan. 21, 1944, when he based on inspirational talks and
was killed.
Sgt. Howard Rothman. AAF,
has been awarded the Purple
Heart posthumously by Secretary
of War Henry L. Stimson, his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Roth-
man, 937 Michigan Ave., have
been advised.
He was an aerial gunner as-
signed to the Seventh Air Force
in the South Pacific, and went
Corp. Norman Shore. 22, of
Brooklyn, who has taken part in
more than 50 flight missions in
the Australian area, is the recipi-
ent of the Distinguished Flying
Air Medal. His
CLYDE A. EPPERSON
for
CONGRESS
From South Florida District
quota of early toil and trouble." pjane nas been engaged in trans- lc recognition when he debated
Though in the proximity of nnrHna lrnnn!! "over territory several times with Clarence Dar-
Your Support
Invited.
is Earnestly
the world's largest metropolitan
center, some of the country in
the circuit is so out-of-the-way
Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida
mote areas.
he served hundreds of individu-
als all over the United States as
advisor on personal problems.
He was made a colonel on the
governor's staff in the late thir-
ties for outstanding public ser-
vice by Governor Ruby Lafoon
of Kentucky. He received pub-
Democratic Primary
May 2, 1944
i ;u*> and -prelude to Hap- ** v",a
porting troops "over territory
continually patrolled by enemy '
aircraft" and
to America
He has Dublished
Name
Home
Serial No.
Address
Birth Date
Street
___Birthplace.
City
State
Civilian Occupation..
Date Kntry
In Service
City
Marital
State
Status
Branch of Service_____________
Full name of nearest kin______
Relationship________Address
Information Transmitted by
Telephone number____________
Date
. Discharged---------
Rank or Rating.
Lighter,'
piness.''
Year to Vote
Political Ad. Paid for by Frlenda
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. QEORQE M COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERO
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
8AM BLANK. CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIQ, Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, toe.
Executive Committee
Mn. Max Dobrln, Ben B. Goldman,
Maurice Qronman, Louis Heiman.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs. M""*
Koven, Harry MarkowrU. Alex-
ander F. Miller, at Roth. Fred
Shochet, Milton Slrkln. Joseph
Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach. Carl
Wtlnkle. George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernlck.
PALM BEACH NOTES
MRS. MART SCHBEBNKX Representative
ALFAR
CREAMERY CO.
Fer the
Products
WEST PALM BEACH
Dieting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Through
the Co-operation of
JACK C. JAYSON
Drink
COCA
COLA
Coca Cola Bottling
Company
of
West Palm Beach
Florida
ABESS & COSTAR
Fint National Bank Bldg.
CARL'S MARKETS
Miami Miami Beach
CO WEN'S SHOE STORES
155 E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
CROMER WHOLESALE
12 N. 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 N. E. 24th Street
HUB DRY GOODS
128 N. Miami Avenue
Miami
DONALD LAVIGNE-UNIFORMS
114 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO.
148 N. E. 10th Street *
JOSEPH R. STEIN
Miami. Florida
WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB
West Flagler Street at 37th Are.
WOMETCO THEATRES
Mitchell Wolfson Sidney Meyeer
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Palm Beach County, featurtaag the
nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro-
ducts and Ice Cream.
AS NEA1 TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
FERGUSON FUNERALHOME,Inc.
1201 South Olive Arenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
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ESTABLISHED 1888
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOB PARTICULAR BUILDERS'
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla.
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today, march io,
'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
s. rviccs for the wt < k-end an- '
nounce I I y the Gn ati i Mi
an as foil >ws
NOTES OF Y. M. //. A
-by-
SAM SILVER
McFarland addressed ik0
ence and praised the Ciih-V"*-
Greater M.amf f,^,^^
recognition in the ShofVr v".oni1
al A. Z. A. newspapS &52*
ly participating '"[,"*
week and purehas nK fr ^"H
est.ne. The Y conn, a\sf*
young men and c5tends to S*
continued cooperationin? 25
work. in 'heir
only the Jewish pe pl< ..-. I
d' ei Zedek: Late 1
at^: -:: SS -. :' ; .5 i
regul
Lodgi
the iirst m i tins
:" the Nattonii '5
;S.: gar's --------- STfcTiSV'Si
there. Movies' were
ed as entertainment for the
Jaco" TarT-^Y" eni? and rneri1 b>I were
-- warded I some oi tin. Cnhc Mr
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WANTAGES
of a
IIAIIE FEIIERAL
MORTGAGE
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LOW RATES
EASY PAYMENTS
LONG TIME TO PAY
PROMPT SERVICE
A HOME INSTITUTION
Deal With You*
LOCAL. FRIENDLY
INSTITUTION
RESOURCES OVER S8.S0O.0O0
IIAIIE FEIMiltAL
S ^7^ of MIAMI
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JUNGLE
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PubUc Forum Successful
Alexander Miller HE
the Miami office fftlj&j
famation League, reooru ki.
Public Forum held at Sev,"1*
Wednesday evening on *aS
Semitism in America Wk
cessful. Mr. Miller Sed^f JJ
erator and feels that mM"
urns of this kind w.inMenefii
to the Jewish community. H
Y thanks you, Mr. Miller fa
your part in its cultural prosnm
Diamondlall ^
The YMHA defeated the Com*
'Guard last Sunday ..,In7b^
score of 9-4. Al B.rkowitt n
pitcher and Hank Jacol ioha m
catcher. Nice goin\ *
Blood Bank
The County Bided Bank u
claming for blood donors these
days. It helps the war effort
when you contribute to the Blood
Bank, so please go to the main
office of the bank at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital or to the sub-sta-
tion on the main floor of the
Florida Power & Light Company
and make your contribution. It
will be a patriotic gesture
-GORDON-
FUNERAL HOME
710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI
TEL. 3-3431
Moderate Costs Always
Within the Means oi
Individual Circumstances

'TOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"

Worthy and Deserves
Your Full Support and
Recommendation

SERVING MIAMI BEACH
AND MIAMI

EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH
24-HOUR
Ambulance Service
riiaitu
for Rest
Convalescence1
.ojChro nic Cases
RENTlAouS hLEases~saIeT
Loti. Homes. Hotel.
Apartment Houses
K CILLER
*f/Sun-Ilai]Park
I Health Resort
. mmo to* too'.i ,"jn
MIAMI w -lai IK 10-CQU'-riOfl'--\
Buy War Bonds and Stamps nd
Insure Your Tomorrow.
oo*.
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is the UF.xrt
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see
LEON ELKIN
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M "FEWS.COI
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PAGE EIGHT *Je*islfkridinn TODAY, MARC H IO, 'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byM A R X FEINBERG In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami s. rviccs for the wt < k-end an' nounce I I y the Gn ati i Mi an as foil >ws NOTES OF Y. M. //. A -bySAM SILVER McFarland addressed IK 0 ence and praised the Ciih-V"*Greater M.amf f,^,^^ „ recognition in the ShofVr v". oni1 al A. Z. A. newspapS &52* ly participating ,„ '"[,"*• week and purehas n K f r ^"H est.ne. The Y conn, a \ s f* young men and c5tend s to S* continued cooperation i n ? 25 work. in 'heir only the Jewish pe pl< ..-. I %  d ei Zedek: Late 1 at^ : -: : SS %  :' ; .5 i regul Lodgi the iirst m i tins :" the Nattonii '§5 ;S. : gar's STfcTiSV'Si there. Movies' were ed as entertainment for the Jaco" TarT-^Y" en i? and rneri1 b >I were % % %  %  %  warded I some oi tin. Cnhc Mr 1 thi S • ^y^ W //'///"'""' .„.//'/"•• %  m WANTAGES of a IIAIIE FEIIERAL MORTGAGE v •LOW RATES • EASY PAYMENTS • LONG TIME TO PAY • PROMPT SERVICE • A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With You* LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER S8.S0O.0O0 IIAIIE FEIMiltAL S ^7^ OF MIAMI MOI1M I At 1 ll*l AVINMl JOSBFB U. UPTON. PRKJDEWT V////M//J/IM0**"*—low x • Sabbath sen cross sewinn ever) 11 a m l i : imi Jewit gal :. n %  urday 8 30 ; occasion. | a \ m ar -d 6:30 gr up at b4" p • c. B I', S: "•: 4:-; :? %  1 %  : vices a:. %  tyening at ?, is Th( the Beth S •day sch ryices Pan Cohn S ;.• •••• Jack Han Kol Her •• %  ; dy \. ,• ,. v n. David ere. • If YOU take her For a walk Be silent Don't talk' Gartenberg i Schechter V GEORGE WASHINGTON .HOTEL Atfdi Hf ITftthll ,,„, ..... -., ,j .. PHONE S-S41? il M ON KEY JUNGLE AL ESTATE-MIAMI BEACH PubUc Forum Successful Alexander Miller HE the Miami office fftlj&j famation League, reooru ki. Public Forum held at Sev," 1 Wednesday evening on *AS Semitism in America WK cessful. Mr. Miller Sed^f JJ erator and feels that mM" urns of this kind w.inMenefii to the Jewish community. H Y thanks you, Mr. Miller fa your part in its cultural prosnm Diamondlall ^ The YMHA defeated the COM* 'Guard last Sunday „..,„ In 7 b ^ score of 9-4. Al B.rkowitt n pitcher and Hank Jacol ioha m catcher. Nice goin\ Blood Bank The County Bided Bank u claming for blood donors these days. It helps the war effort when you contribute to the Blood Bank, so please go to the main office of the bank at Jackson Memorial Hospital or to the sub-station on the main floor of the Florida Power & Light Company and make your contribution. It will be a pa triotic gesture -GORDONFUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means oi Individual Circumstances • 'TOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" • Worthy and Deserves Your Full Support and Recommendation • SERVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI • EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH 24-HOUR Ambulance Service riiaitu for REST CONVALESCENCE 1 .OJCHRO NIC CASES RENT L A OU S H LEASES ~SAIET Loti. Homes. Hotel. Apartment Houses K CILLER *f/Sun-Ilai]Park I Health Resort MMO to* too'.i ,"jn MIAMI w -LAI IK 10-CQU'-riOfl'\ Buy War Bonds and Stamps nd Insure Your Tomorrow. oo*. — *ftn AJJGUST BROS |>>^ is the UF.xrt !" -—*! BEFORE YOU BUY see L E O N ELKIN METROPOLITAN M "FEWS.CO I Not B.t BcauM Bigg^. (V T ,0C, d S-** rromNoon 4*!!. •''"• L.quo (i and W.nes II BU^ M • MOM MltM' BlC M PEN EVERY DAY ^"" KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Pl•l.l.i > *i. ,e,0o • CertM> B*r % "ICKI#d, f.nnl.I Z %  For th BMI x Coau No MOT, S7 Cooh.d and Imoktd Mull



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PAGE S3 -JmistTkrkMsr IL OF SENDS MESSAGE TO FEDERATION MOT S.E= r = :v Mtc Dew and greater r HABIMAH ARTISTGIVES COSCEKT ON MARCH 10 -. :; %  :-: -. c ARABPROTESTSON PALESTINE OKI REGISTER IIOIIII I RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND SUPPORT. My conduct end rercrd c: service as a icdtiruL p-.ibL : :-rr.ir.ded comUUUlHy servn: sperries :cr itse.:. George 5. Okell Candidate for Legislature GROUP 1 %  TONIGHT. TRACK 1,5th Street Between N E 2nd and N tV 7th A.es FRIDAY, MARCH 1 0 ^ -; %  .S.E: C = :W D 5 E %  r. %  %  %  %  • ] %  %  B'NAI B'RITH TO HEAR PROGRAM OF MUSIC .-%  %  S : : : ... r T I NBC f Rabb: H F Lat> For GOVERNOR MILLARD CALDWELL • Farmer % War Veteran • Lawyer f> Tested Statesman Florida Can Be Confident with Caldwell rnu.c.1 A*, tattaraj faMBfe auus* Cai DRINK PLENTY OF CTZripurc Y Water PCLIVERCO TO TOUR HOME 5CALIOI lOTTlE tOc CASE IF SIX N TABLt MTTIES T Se Mot %  •til* DtpoM PHONE 2-4128 LEGAL N OTICES NOTICE 18 KEREBT iivv^r-%  uant to the TlcUtloui W %  ?'• ule that the under*lg r „. d a ,* **<• ner. each owning an eou'.i C0 /Prt. I one-half Interest. doing' VI,? !" *** i he f Ictltk-u. DIIIMO T ,.!?, "• MEN'S .SIMP t 2(W $J:?*lC4l Avenue. Miami, riortd, i,?,„ y >l register said fictitious nJ! M <• office of the Clerk of /L* } %  *. Court of Dade County. r -JJL ^fetlt I WANT MY MILK And Bs Sura It t FLORID 4 DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Mitt "Milk Product-" Dacro Protoctod TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 620C N. W. 32nd Stroet 2/1I-2S J71-10 ALBERT l ik/fir. Notice is hereby riven thTtTI *"* gned deslrlni ?„ enga^' £• %  under the rictlt '" bu *SLEPIAN WHO n 2* Florida, intend to regiM.'r''.ai,t ""• in the office of the Clerk ,^ l. 1 ** cull Court of I*de Conntv Pi Clr HERMAN HEPut M.,X R .SUAVK UV X NOTICE U hereby -fog ,T,7T" undersigned. BERNARD STEVBSS 1 MAX STEVEN 8, FRAVVRKS 1 VKNS. THERESA MILLER* E& MILDER. ROSE BLANK' u.ttS EKKHUNi, and SAMUEL BLANK as co-partners doing buaineaiiZ: the fictitious name of STaWsft MARKETS at 2201 N. W nd £2? Miami. Florida. Intend to rerta?2S I fictitious name In the ofnceTtf'H Clark of the Circuit Court. itS County. Florida. Jrt **** BERNARD STEYFVa MAX STKVi:-.< ENS PRANCES STEVENI THERESA Mi!.i.af' JACK MILLER ROSE BLANK MARION Klii-wtlW SAMUEL | LANKT 0 MYERS 4 HEIMAN lc nu i By Iula Helman. A t, r r I ley !" r Applicant." 3 J-10-1T-. NOTICE is HERE ^T^ mid.-: signed, d, in business under th.. .,?, %  ,, XT! -' SODA SHOP, at 1443 ColUni | *££, h. n..,lda. Intend ifr^S name with I % Or Cult Court of Iiade >' %  y LBpN \V • : SKK SARA flARI.NKR MAX R SILVER Ac I r AppU< SI • i I-10-17-I4-S1 RED CROSS GIFT FROM PARENTS OF SOLDIERS T. Count; tion i f. %  %  %  Mrs A E piem • S I I • LEGAL NOTICES CE OF APPL'CATlON FOR TAX DEED I N that • %  %  i • • the %  %  •ii I IN THE COUNTY Ji im. IN AND FOR DAI NTV KI-.-IUI.A IN PRi %  : No :> %  • • In Re ESTATE OF HA K COOK, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I %  :. raving Claims or Dema ta A mint %  V I, and each of herrtr : u; n < and demai ,j, r %  U, mav hi ; UM EVA I.I N A K Cl --K. dt%  .--l late of Orang< CbrIt, to the Hun W r" HI. AN T>N County Judge of I toUMy, file the ame %  ln tai Coarthousw In Dsdc county. Florida, within eight i rnoatal •he date of the fi i ^ubllcstlot I Said claims -,d to the legal ad ll k .. ant and to %  n and pft* aforesaid, or M • w.II W • Boction :. •• \ • Dute February t, A 0 RL W •' I IUSS \\ -tllary Admit iI Estate of EV U.iN \ K i mK. -Hied '•• IX R SILVER n*> for AID vdmlnUtrator -1 -17-24 NOTICE OF APPL r 0R TAX DEED Chapter El Ail • K IB HKRKin Modaki • •. m i v %  • • N i • | <*av of A I>. 1*41. ha* rtk %  if W and h.v.m.id. 1MB 'or Saw > embrace* th. r *; i • • ty Of Florida l-'t If. Hl44 %U1 I ed this 1st day %  "" E H LKATHERM k '-f the Circuit i I Mde County. I I <"• Ul t .-'• .1 ___ r B] N c BtTERRETl D < %  :' 1 -!T-.'4' GftEATU MIAMI'S MOST CONVtNENTLy LOCATED OOGTRAOC NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAY FIRST RACE 7:45 P. M.



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t? 1/*Jewish Floridlari H MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS Federation\Captains, Guests Will Hear Senator Pepper At Meeting On March 19th AJ.C. DEMANDS FUNDS FOR REFUGEE BOARD —— o Senator Claude Pepper of Florida will make a special trip to Miami Beach to appear at a breakfast Sunday morning, March 19th, at 10 o'clock, noting the official opening of the 1944 Greater Miami Jewish Federation campaign. The breakfast will start promptly at 10 o'clock at the Wofford Hotel, Miami Beach, ai I • vited fiuests include? XTmore than 000 captains and, !" T -v. • • S£ v,. will canvass pros| W Q | || VISIONS pecu during the campaign. Senator Pepper, brilliant ora! \f ~ ~ ^...wl.,. tor has gained an enviable repu; Iff f? C I O 11 IIII cl \ ution for his outspoken opinions J on nation..! matters and particularly those related to tho Jewish, Tnc Advance Gift Division of problems His appearance here tne ^44 Greater Miami Jewish will highlight several weeks of ; Federation United Appeal camFederation i re-campaign activity. pa ign will hold report meetings His nu ige expected to be of simultaneously this Sunday mornI vast importance, as he has an in-| i n(?i March 12th. at 11 o'clock, timattknowledge of diplomatic, Dividcd into Miami and Miami actions now taking place in tne Bcach groups, this Division has capito! ning the Palestine bct n al wor |< contacting prospects Iresolution, the immigration Pfoo,f 0 ii ow j n g a dinner meeting last llemand ;"d and rehabiliThursday. Dr. Abram L. Sachar. tation. He i rves on many imnationa | director of Hillel. adportant senate committees, re |quirinR his presence in Washing which is headed by fug< rves on many Iportant nate committees, rePressed the'gaVherings of captains ence in Washingand workers 0l the Advance Gift Itonand he will ivturn to the cap-, D ivision> whlcM ls headed by ,itol in ly following n s : Albert Kahn and Max Orovitz. as laddress, which will start promptco criuir men, assisted by vicelly at lu oclock, enabling tne ; c hairman Herbert E S cher. [senator to make plane connecMjami members o{ the dlvlslon l ,,c f ,, ,. .... ..will gather at the YMHA, 1567 S. The 1944 Federation United i w Fifth Streol witn M r. Scher %  Appeal ha> goal of $189,095. al\, Q report on carc i s a ssigned to %  located to 40 agencies of varied tht>m f 0 ij owinf z Dr. Sachar's adOFFICIAL OF U.J.A. SENDS MESSAGE TO FEDERATION New York (JTA)—Government financing of the work of the War Refugee Board was urged in a series of proposals for the rescue of Jews and others threatened with extermination in Nazi-dominated Europe, in a memorandum submitted to the board by the American Jewish Conference, it | was announced this week. "The rescue work which should be undertaken at this time is of I such great magnitude that it cannot possibly be financed by privae philanthropic agencies." the Conference declared. "Private | organizations will undoubtedly contribute to the limit of their means, but the bulk of financial requirements can be met only i from government sources. LUCIUS LITTAUER. PHILANTHROPIST DIES III NEW YORK New York (WNS)—Lucius Nathan Littauer. noted Jewish philanthropist who was a member of congress for five terms and whose oublic benefactions have run into many millions of dollars. As one of the first communities to conduct its campaign in behalf of Jewish rescue this year. Miami is in a position to set a high example for Jewish communities throughout the country. The news of the preparations and division heads, all of whom are ^waiting the opening date to begin intensive solicitation of the Jewish residi nts of this area. Additional volunteers are needed assist in this coverage and nose willing to serve are asked fophoi. <'.ion office, 3-5411. A series ol report luncheons 'ill take place during the cam-.. baign with the first of these gathj ews j rings scheduled for Wednesday,, t0 C1V March 22nd, followed by report rjr wetings on Fi iday, March 24th, Monday 27th, Wednesday. Karch 29th and Friday, March 1st. J The Speakers Division, espeliaily organized for the campaign leadership of Rabbis knder .... ., uuvl .||(t/ Ul HlllM/l. Ms Shapiro and Irving Lehr pan, is get up to provide repretntatives to appear before gathF'lRs Organizations desiring teak rire asked to sration, phone 3-5411. %  siring contact Dr. Sachar, in his address, told captains and workers they will gain personal satisfaction from the drive. "We on the home front," he said, "face a double task. We must push defense for our warriors on the battle lines and at the same time we must continue to maintain with dignity the unique contributions that have made and are making ..ilization." Dr. Sachar asserted it takes an unusually sensitive person to appreciate the events of the world today because they are of such staggering size that the mind is apt to become numb in an attempt to realize the entext of what is transpiring. Turning to the unfortunate Jews in Europe, he said their hope was kept alive only by the knowledge that elsewhere in the world are people who really care what happens to them. PALESTINE GIVEN T RABBI JAMES G HELLER %  EMIeOHPLETE TO BET MEHIZEI IE" FULLY IT F l arrangement*: have been kv Z th Presentation of "A End f Jp wsh Music" next f m $ eyei ing, March 12. at WMni Beach Senior High r< Drexel at Fourteenth St. '•'",i and Beach "YV are %  y sponsoring the "Cavalhr I A1:,h Music" in which k.rr'T'" 1 Su8ie Michael, pianr drr ;'l'-r. and Maurice Friedne, two nationally liled from coast most uniaue. culunique, these Prtuble careen. Born JCONTINUEO ON PACK S and entertaining group. have both haa in Leaders and captains of the Women's Division of Federations 1944 United Appeal are striving to complete their organizations by Friday, March 10, so that all I instructional work will have been finished by the time the canvassing starts on Sunday, March 19. More volunteers are needed and women who are willing to serve are asked to phone then names and addresses to Federation, at 3-5411. The division this year has been divided into two geographical units with Mrs. Benjamin Meyers heading the Miami Beach section (CONTINUED ON PAOE 3) the great enthusiasm which has been generated through intensive community-wide activity, are unmistakable symbols of the determination of Miami Jewry to establish new standards of service in this year of greatest challenge. It should be a source of inspiration to us that after more than eleven years of devastation and r % %  .. i lit. : 'i 'i". .*'.' %  — Dr. Heller, one of the three co-chairmen of the National United Jewish Appeal (UJA). sent a personal message to Miamians upon the ere of the forthcoming campaign despair, the Jews of Europe stand at the threshold of liberation. The Jews of Miami and other cities throughout this country helped large numbers of Jews survive through their contributions to the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees. Overseas Needs and Palestine. Today they must be prepared to give in far greater measure to rebuild and restore the victims of Nazism. Already victory has demonstrated that the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal will be required to assume (CONTINUEO ON PAGE 7) REPORT MEETINGS TO BE HELD BY WORKERS Reports of progress are scheduled to be heard at 11 a. m. Sunday, March 12. from workers of the Special Gift division of the 1944 United Appeal at a meeting at the Miami Beach YM&WHA, 1 Lincoln Road. This will be the second report meeting for this group, which has been soliciting prospects for several days in precampaign activity. Stanley C. Myers and Carl Weinkle are cochairmen of the division. Washington (JTA) — President Roosevelt, at a press conference this week declined to comment on the Palestine resolution now before congress. He stated that he had nothing to say with regard to the resolution Acting Secretary of State Ed| ward Stettinus confirmed that the State deparment has received representatives from several Aral) governments regarding the Pali estine resolution which demands | free entry of Jews to Palestine j and the ultimate establishment of i a Jewish Commonwealth there. While the acting secretary did not indicate whether the State department has sent replies to the Arab representations, he declared that they were receiving very serious consideration. Meanwhile, it was learned that General George C. Marshall, chief of staff of the army, has appeared before a closed session of the senate's foreign relations committee, and urged rejection of the Palestine resolution which is now before both houses of congress. Henry L. Stimson, secretary of j war, has addressed a letter to the committee also urging that it disapprove the resolution. The opposition of the war de1 partment to the Palestine resolution was also made known to the house foreign affairs committee An announcement was made that the house foreign affairs committee would not resume hearings on the resolution until it disposes with "more urgent business." LUCIUS N. L1TTAUKR died suddenly of a heart ailment on March 2 in his home at Premium Point. Now Rochelle. He was 85 years old. Born in Glovirsville, N. Y he studied at Harvard University and later donated $2,250,000 to the university for the establishment of its Graduate School of Public Administration "to develop new techniques in public service and as a laboratory for test(CONTINUED ON PAGE 2) BEN GURION RESUMES OFFICE WITH AGENCY Jerusalem (JTA)—The Jewish Agency for Palestine this week announced that David Ben-Gurion, chairman of its executive, has withdrawn his resignation and resumed work in the Agency's headquarters. "The withdrawal comes as a result of deliberations conducted in London between the delegation which the Jewish Agency sent to England and Dr. Chaim Weiimann, the president of the Agency," the announcement stated. Ben-Gurion's resignation had been pending since October 26th when he made an official aifnouncement that he was not prepared to assume any responsibility for the present policy of the Jewish Agency. MRS. BENJAMIN MEYERS MRS. MONTE SELIG Directing Miami Beach and Miami. Federation Workers. Respectively *N WAR GIVE MORE: FEDERATION SEE PAGE S ...; • I 1 • l >



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• PAGE TWO m00m0 Wi 0 WW ** *** ^^w ^wwwffwww ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES BETH JACOB Beth Jacob religious school celebrated Punm with a masquerade Sunday morning, fne program included the Queen Esther contest, a costume contest, and a Punm program and rein Dorothy Feit was chosen Que.n Esther. Donald Berrnan. Sai Cohen. Joseph Lock. Joyce Br ner and Jacqueline Gofdfarb raizes for the most 1 and origmal costumes. Punm were presented by youth groups A and B. Songs were sung by the two kindergarten grou the entire school. A was presented by Fell. Sandra Schr A-I CONGRESS The annua! tea given by the Women's Division ot the Amencan Jewish Congressi was heId Tuesday, March JXh, 12:30 at the Beach Jewish C form of a desert party More women atl %  uu ed the orga: %  .: %  Louis GU %  ship chairman was MJoseph R Mrs Joseph Mrs An Philip S) MrsJoseph ArKMrs. Randolph E SCHAAREI_2PK SWWSte SffiRS U go toward the laimua : Seati. •od and early attendai urged. M. I. ORTHODOX •.:,; Nathan Hankoff. ess* -graduate group. Pi JN.F coll ro large tables • %  r ed by Mrs Frieda Ireshments Sisterhood R n J? chairm ned enta attended. .... .. *. ^ — Fol %  %  %  • us aiieiiufu%  %  "•"" MuiJsi Mrs S H Lutsky I M du<'. Frederick Hoi ton Ave \v at 8 p. m P awarded and refi Proceeds will be used for toe benefit of the synag I Hebrew schooL BETH SHOLOM CENTER .v.w 5 %  • : • lent. %  • • %  Mrs -. ; %  %  '•-' Mrs I Mills retary. introduced Ml i Division, importance of Con The Ststerh d I Beth Sholom : r v ;: &.' 7ork"in toe life ? f every ^St^Sunday March 12th a1 Mrs Benjamin 8pm ; .-'•'• Sherry, a i ^Uauon A Punm p sponsored by I J** 1 ** %  o od pn Sun l2th onVw G ldi Man lei P %  : Or Tugogui $ fif A^cld shS business meeting at wh.ch time home hosmSitv for rvicemen for the linm ittee was appointed to .. with 8 committee from the „i Beach Service League to Sk plans for placing servicemen in private homes for the r night* The Miami Service ue committee consists of M L. Shapiro, chairman asMn Henry Shier. Mrs. man Blum. Mrs. Herman ImS. B. Feldman. Mrs. Sol Al Weiss and Mrs. SB Miller. After the business • rm a pre-Punm party was held tor members and friends. Appropriate refreshments were d under the guidance of Jennie Levinsoa The next ting will be held on Monday ning. March 20th. at the V M H. A FRIDAY, MARCH 1Q i^ LUCIUS iimn DIES IN NEW TU (CONTINUE D rWQ tJ P A Q K ,, ing the problems of public %  *,. vice. The Littauer Foundation forth. Better Understanding of MM kind to which Mr. Littauer eav. S3.000.000. makes grants to ^ HADASSAH BETH DAVID and Punm refreshments will be served by the • -•>' %  Mrs Jack Scheaffer, and her mn ittse. Mrs. Aixman. Mrs Baum and Mrs. Zinnamon. IMI THEATRE S.W. Bth St. at 15th Ave. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Friday and Matinee Only Saturday. March 10-11 The Andrews Sisters HARRIET HTLLIARD MITCHELL AYARS and BAND IN SWINGTIME JOHNNY" Starts Sat. at 4:30 p. m. and Continuing Thru Tuesday March 11-14 Greater Than Any Book He Ever Wrote Jack London A ;-.;-. other organizations, intro • Dr Stephen S. Wise. ideology of C : 1 outlined the activities. sh wing that they do not duphendeavors of other Jewand said that w rk deserved the supry right 1 and it feeling Jew in America. At the conclusion of his address Mrs. Theodore Firestone, i financial secretary, presented Dr and Mrs. Wise with a check from • : \ .'. ponsored I v • W %  %  • '.v. ision I I American Jewish Congress at I 45 P. M. at Y M. H. A building. 1 Lin• R a I '•' Mrs. 1 ni %  •'.• %  •. %  A The k .-.bout H • of 1943 in v.. %  • ng thi Si campaign. Beth David C *'' hold a : v irch 12th I TalReporU oi i 'Nat ^alka • • the social hour which •• Uow. The S. nounces the annual 'Sisterhood Dav" card and man jongg | 16th. A ries of partu be held that f members and that evening one large affair will take place in the auditorium Mrs Jake Engler will be in charge of arrangements. SPINOZA FORUM .\ | monthly meeting of ..apter of Senior Haheld on Monday. 3th. at 2 p. m. at the YM ,-. V.'HA 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Bi a h. Child welfare aspect of Had. rk will be highhght. tural program in celePurim and the birthHadassah. M. B. JE WISH^ENTCT_ The annual membership meetMiami Beach Jewish will take place Thursday ing, March 16. at 1415 Euclid Avenue. The nominating committee will present the slate of officers for the ensuing year. HIAS N. Y. AID SOCIETY A successful card party -. for the C nsumptive Aid ty, F \ River : I r;um. N. Y. at the Tel Avh Ri itaurant. Saturday. March 4th. Falk and Mn Jacob y were chairmen of trie affair. Lawrence E. Schiechter of New York will be guest speaker this Saturday afternoon. 3 o'clock, at the Spinoza Forum, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th St. between Collins Ave and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Mr Schiechter will speak on "T: • New China." Next Tuesday evening Dr Morris Schneer will give the 7th and last lecture on the "Art and Science of Living." DENVER CHILD'S HOME Ml Myron M Newman, presMiami Chapter. National Home for Jewish Childri i at Denver, is attending the reg: i try conference Chicago I ek A report from : I: ides have been made at the H n and cur :c child• Nati nal Home for J %  -':. C" :. I 1 : • for orphans and children c: I .bercular parents, and there are %  %  at all times. The HIAS Tourist Committee will sponsor a concert Sunday evening. March 19th, at Miami Beach High school, featuring Sara Osnath Halevy, internationally known Palestinian dancer and singer. Assisting artists will include Cantor Abraham Freedman of Beth Sholom Congregation; Cantor Louis Hayman of Beth David Congregation, and Miss Anyuta Melicov. pianist. search institutions and gives loan scholarships to advanced stud e u u U .u' S my desirt and hope through the agency of this foundation, to enlarge the realms of human knowledge, to promote the general, moral, mental and physical improvement of society so that the sum total of human welfare and wisdom may be increased and the cause of better understanding among all mankind promoted," he wrote in a letter creating the foundation. His interest in science rewarded research in many of its phases, X-rays, pneumonia, cancer, diabetes, biometrics and others. Shortly after the death of his [wife of pneumonia in 1927, hean! nounced an annual gift of S1O.0O0 to New York University for use in studying the prevention and cure of ther disease. He made a grant of $15,000 to the New York I diabetes association and a build! ing gift to the School for Speed | Disorders in New York. Other Littauer gifts of special interest to Jews include the establishment in 1925 of the Nathan Littauer professorship of Jewish literature and philosophy at Harvard University in honor of his father; the gift to Harvard in 1930 of 12,000 rare Hebrew boob and manuscripts; and the founding in 1939 of the Institute of Inter-Denominational Studies at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America to promote better understanding of Judaism among both Jews and Christians. Keep your ears open Also your eyeDown through the years You'll grow wise! ID"** ft**-. Your CompleteDepartment 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 AA Triable & Warehouse Corp. LOCAL MOVINGPACKING—SHIPPING GREYVAN LINES, INC. Long Diatance Moving Agenta in All Cities PHONE 5-1415 LOVER PIRATE FIGHTER ADVENTURER WITH MICHAEL O'SHEA FRANK CRAVEN LOUISE BEAVERS EXPERT SURGICAL MOHEL REV. PHILIP FRIED Graduate of t"e Jewish HJI. pital of Philadelphia ai Mohef. Practiced at Atlantic City Hospital for past five years. Now affiliated with Beth Darid Congregation PHONE 2-1473 Wbei Yoi Pay For ^ m r" WATCH REPAIRS *& Wky Not Get the Best HAVI AN ACCURATI TIMEREEPEI NATHAN GINSBURGS fls*fc.fcfcs* TRUE FARM FOOD liL/jJ RESTAURANT I IP BT 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Observed SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY 2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS Meats Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From 1 P. M 8 A. M. ^OPEN EVERY DAY Technical training and yean of experience only cam nmiu • man a watchmaker. YooTl find such sU lls a* IMuir-a Get the •* — U cssu %  • mere. e JEWIUY lEfAIIIII DANZIG'S Jewelers 236 HALC VON ARCADE 145 f Holler St. You Owe It To yourself, your family, and your friends, to prepare for the inevitable need. Do not leave it as a burden upon the sorrow of youi wife and children. Do not let their memory of you as a protector and a provider be marred by the neglect of a duty you should have performed for them. Prepare now for the inescapable need. Our Director. Rabbi S. M MachteL Will Confer With You at Your Invitation. PHONE 3-3720 FLORIDA'S MOST BFAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES MOUNT NEB0 ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue ATlUratnr Wresfl I \ .:tor rVm. M—"turn. Wlahin* >;i. Carlo Shop Taiut But No. 15 or Yacht Seminol* Quctn SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME SERVING PHONE 9-2664 :HE JEWISH COMMUNITY "A FRIEND IN NEED" 2008 W. FLAGLER pjVERMONT PAR* IMO N. w. na tu£-T3 •eet cere fee *fgM -.' 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PBIDAY, MARCH 10. 1944 knltf fkrldtoti PAGE FIVE %  fl On many an afternoon. Sonny sits on the window sill and stares at the star that represents the missing part of his life. That star was placed in the window when Daddy went away. Mommy put it there and said that when Daddy came home she would take it down. Now Sonny looks out the same window where Daddy once pointed to the blooms of Spring and to the snowfalls of Winter. Today Sonny is as much a part of the war as Daddy. He, too, knows of sacrifices, and the greatest of all is doing without the guiding example of a Daddy who is thousands of miles away. The star stirs memories which leave an aching void to be filled. Who will take Daddy's place to guide Sonny for the duration? Who will help shape his future while Daddy is fighting for freedom? Who will build his tomorrow? Greater Miami has hundreds of Sonnys. They must have all the help we at home can give them during the crucial months of war ahead of us. They and their brothers and sisters need the recreational, cultural, educational and religious services maintained in Greater Miami by the Jewish Federation. These are the Miami Y, the Miami Beach Y, the Bureau of Jewish Education and the University of Miami Hillel Foundation. What do we mean when we say we must also win the peace? It's taking care of little fellows like Sonny that will lead to the new day of tomorrow. When you are called upon to give, remember Sonny And remember the others here and elsewhere whose future depends upon what we do today. IN WAR GIVE MORE 194 4 UNITED APPEAL GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION 1002 CONGRESS BUILDING TELEPHONE 3-5411 Opening March 19th Greater Miami Will Raise $189,095 THB PAGE MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE CO-OPERATION OF THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN



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rornAY. MARCH 10, 1944 +MnUli rkjrid&n PAGE THREE %  ;n*rrr*^"** —— T— r~i—r*mmru J*.". SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS n _n.f* *n~ %  % %  *^^^ %  • %  • II I n_n_n_n. < r i .( i > CENTENARIAN IS STILL FULL OF LIFE AND FUN Max Lessman of M ,, N J., were honored W r *' I •, H I'uiim dinner given rtebraUon of their wedding in c ,.„. hv their friends. Mr. Zalon. 921 anniv and Mrs. Abraham &1 Avenue, Miami Euclid A Beaeh. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herman U „f.r 1053 S. W. 21st St.. are LffftJK Sister, Miss Harriet £ y eV and Mr. and Mrs BenjaKfeyei ol Chicago. Mr Meyft a member of the faculty of Je University of Miami. Miss Rachel Adelman left this week by plane for Puerto Rico. She will be associated with the government in special work there. Mrs. Sam Blank left this week for Colorado Springs. Colo., accompanied by her grandchild, to visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Capt. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling. Mrs. Blank will return in several weeks. Cecil Myers returned to his .' York this week afKStioning with His son and dauKhur-m-law. Mr. and Mrs. staniev C. Myers, Mrs. C. D. Kugelman and her son, Jay, from Elkins Park. Pa., are spending a month with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Bella Kugelman, Rivo Alto Drive. Rivo Alto Island. TO SET OUIZED FULLY n FUR (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) and Mrs. Monte Selig directing the workers on the Miami side of the bay. Between these two groups it is hoped to cover all Jewish families residing in Greater Miami. Captains working at Miami Beach with Mrs. Meyers are Mrs. Joseph Brenner, Mrs. Joseph Co, hen. Mrs. Max Dobrin Mrs. Sam I Up until 20 years ago he was an Grundwerg. Mrs. Ida Joseph, active clothing merchant Five Mrs. Moses Krieger. Mrs. Joseph | years ago he moved to Miami. Upton, Mrs. Benjamin London, where Still fun of life and fun, Mr. Meyer Kater Katowitz will celebrate his 100th birthday with an open house Sunday. March 12th, at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Charles K Green, 125 S. W. 27tn Road. Receiving guests will be his daughter, Mrs. Rose Gallow and granddaughter, Dorothy Gollow. Out of town guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lightstone and Mrs. Harry Zelin of Detroit, and Mrs. Edward Schwarz of Willoughby. Ohio. Mr. Katowitz has ten living children, eighteen grandchildren, ARRANGLMENTS UEILLGWLETE FOR "HpHE" (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE 1) Portland, Oregon, a piano prodigy at four, Susie Michael Captured numerous scholarships with the world's great masters, among whom were Sigismond Stojow,ski of New York and Victor five great grandchildren and four | Heinzc of Chicago. Her knowgreat great grandchildren. He | ledge of Hebraic history, its culX? nSZ J n c? U SSia d camc l I ture and folklore made her B IT* l l n !, tt d n S ta A cs 65 WL aK brilliant exponent of the spirit and traditions of her people. Maurice Friedman possesses a sonorous, flawlessly trained bariSpecially Packed and "Packed" With VITAMIN "C" Send Boxes to Your Relatives and Friends! I Lutciout, Select. FLORIDA FRUITS "A Gift of Good Taete" SPECIAL PRICES 23 LB BOX \M 30 LB. ti BUSHEL 1 5 45-LB BOX 2.95 90LB BOX 5.25 56-LB BUSHEL 3.75 WE SHIP ONLY THE FINEST Rizzo Groves INC. PACKING HOUSE B-.nded Shippers 2143 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-1438 PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW! Ull Bines 7, 8 and 13 Mrs. Sam Aronovitz has returned from a visit with her son, Lt. Nathan Aronovitz, Camp Butner, N. C. Mrs. Aronovitz is improved from the illness suffered on her trip home. Diane Koven will entertain some of her friends at her home March 10th at 8 o'clock celebrating her 16th birthday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Koven, 1890 S. W. 21st Street. ENGA GEME NT The engagement of Miss Julia Hutzler. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Solomon W. Hutzler. of Riverside. N. Y., to Lieut. Elliott B. Blumenthal. Jr., USA Medical Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Blumenthal, of 2821 Coacoochee Ave.. Coconut Grove, is announced by the parents of the brideelect. Miss Hutzler attended the San Luis School at Colorado Springs. Colo., and was graduated from Wessesley College last June. Lieut. Blumenthal attended the University of Georgia and entered the Army in January of this year following his graduation from the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University in New York He is now stationed at Fort Dix. N. J. No wedding date has been set. soprano in the synagogue choir, directed by his gifted father, he became steeped in the atmos, include Mrs. isaMILLIONS WILL AID RED' ffnT 0t HebraiC CU turC and do" Mri. a, N orn^ rS J?cobs l Mrs". CROSS TO RAISE FUNDS ^ wh !" his voi <*"** ton Sirkin, Mrs. Barney Weinkle. one year and is now stationed at and Mrs. Edward J. Weinstcin. Opa Loeka. Miami captains who are assistJacobs. Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Mrs. Edward Lo| vitz. Mrs. Irving Miller. Mrs. S. M B. Miller. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, tnL> jit was discovered that he possess%  M rs. Joseph Schaffer. Mrs. HerAmerican Red Cross service-flag | bert E. Scher Mrs. Henry Seitlin, ln front windows again this year and Mrs. I. Rosengarten. signifying participation in the Millions of homes throughout ed a baritone voice of phenomenal I United States will display the ""*> owvr t % %  ^"fil U r *J I '.....i.^, K*J v.,*. "*MMI. wn. ui lilt; ncu \^iur:i, iiuve apcriii Jewish Center which he serves weeks preparing for the 1944 Red as oresident. Capacity attendCross War Fund, the most miREGISTER NOW You must re-register to vote in the coming election. II you have not previously registered to vote since the books have been opened, do so immediately. Books are open in the courthouse. Don't wait! A Cavalcade of Jewish Music" Dramatized Song Sketches Narration and Music MAURICE FRIEDMAN SUSIE MICHAEL Baritone Pianist-Narrator MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SUNDAY, MARCH 12 8:15 P. M. General Admission $1.10 Reserved Seats $1.65 Sponsored by YM & WHA of Miami Beach and YM & YWHA of Miami to prepare for the concert and operatic stage, he attended the famous Institute of Musical Art r944'R.Tcross W WarFund' which of Now Yor k a d a i cr became began March 1. .associated with the Belgian artist, .,,... I Louis Graveure. Hf achieved Early indications are that some envaible fame on the concert three million men and women Btage and as sol()jst with mt tro volunteers of the Red Cross will Utan symphony orchestras, participate in the annual home-, Tnt pio{ ram depicts the music l 11 !" canvass for the $200,000.()f Israt .| through 2 000 years of 000 Fund needed to carry forwan dering. Out of the vast ward the gigantic task of the Red treasure of the Jewish peoples' Cross throughout the world. melodies, the Friedmans have the Samuel Friedland was tendered; These workers, representing the happy capacity of selecting a dea testimonial dinner Thursday 3756 chapters and 6084 branches lightful program of material rich evening by the Miami Beach o f the Red Cross, have spent m entertainment value. For those generations removed from European Jewish culture ance was present at the banquet I portant war time campaign in the program offers a fascinating and an engraved resolution of the organization's history. Each revelation of Jewish folk spirit, commendation was presented to volunteer will carry with him For those only years removed the guest of honor. credentials indicating his official they stir happy memories and Mr. Friedland is a prominent connection with the drive bring tears of joy. hotel owner and operator on Mi"The Red Cross wishes to give Tickets are available at the ami Beach, coming here several | every American, regardless of Miami and Beach "Y's". years aeo from Philadelphia. He where be is located, the opportun-1 — %  —has been very active in Miami ity of contributing to the cause Alexander Borovsky, on a Beach activities and has taken a of humanity.'' Chairman Davis coast-to-coast concert tour of the special interest in the welfare of declared "We do not need to tell United States, will be the guest the Center. He donated the ark Americans how important these soloist with Dr. Modeste Alloc when the Center was constructcontributions will be." and the University of Miami symed, the formal dedication of which No reports from field workers phony orchestra March 12. The will take place at special services in the Dade County Red Cross fifth concert of the University's Friday evening War Fund drive are yet available, current subscription season will Henry Ungerlieder was chairH. H. Hyman campaign chairbe played in the Miami Senior man of the If fair and served as man announc ed. High School Symphony hall, toastmaster. Rabbi Irving Lehrman delivered the main address ^ and the musical program was ^ : r —presented by Cantor Abraham D. Wolf, Mrs. Evelyn Raff and Miss Edith Freeman. Greetings were extended by Mayer H. Frankel. honorary president of the con-1 gregation, and Mrs. Frieda New-1 man, head of the Sisterhood. On the committee assisting Mr. Ungerlieder in charge of arrangements were Nat Hankoff, Hurry Bodenstein, Miss Doris Robinson, and Miss Evelyn Lippman. GOLDEN WEDDING Golden wedding annivusary of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lernei 1119 S. W. Ninth Ct„ was observed at a dinner Thursday at the home of their daughter. Mis. Lawrence Sapero. 4275 Nautilui Drive, Miami Beach. The Lerners, who came to Miami 20 years ago from Philadelphia, also have p son, Abraham Lerner, 1113 S W. Ninth St. MAURICE FRIEDMAN and SUSIE MICHAEL. ARTISTS PRESENTING A "CAVALCADE OF JEWISH MUSIC" AT MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ON SUNDAY EVE, MARCH 12 Th Brook C I u presents Dixie Dunbar Screen end Stage Personality CESAR and ROSITA Artists of the Dance BARRY WINTON'S ORCHESTRA PEDRO AND HIS RHUMBA BAND Re8ervations Telephone 6-2658 MRS. ARMAND WYLE IS DEAD AT ATLANTA. GA. Word was received here this week of the sudden death of Mrs. Armaud Wyle, wife of the director of the Atlanta Orphans' Home. Mrs. Wyle underwent anjnperation in Atlanta Wednesday and passed away that evening. Well known to many Miamians. Mrs. Wyle actively assisted her husband in the work of the Orphans' Home, placing many children from this area. RABBI J. RISIKOFF TO BE SPEAKER AT CENTER Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff. chaplain of the department of sanitation of Greater New York, noted Jewish leader and prominent rabbi of Brooklyn. N. Y, will deliver a lecture Saturday. March 11th 6 p. m., at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The guest speak : er will be introduced by Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Abraham D. Wolf will chant the musical portion of the program. NORTH-SOUTH-WEST IT'S ALL FLORIDA! Whether you work on a farm in Live Oak, a factory in Jacksonville or a hotel In Palm Beach, you ARE affected by state problem*. That's why you need a man whose vision and experience PROVES he can direct state progress. Elect ERNEST It. GRAHAM the ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR FM PsIttiSSl Ad. 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PAGE FOUR +JewlstncrkUan The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami. FU. P. O. Box 2973 P hone -U Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930 at the Post Q Office of Miami, Florida, under th e Act of Marcn 3, 18.9 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Month* \ M •-MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH I ADAR 15. 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER Face Facts • By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Ante Defamation League —TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREFRIDAY, MARCH 10, l944 Mtidiy e#npde*vtial -By PHINEAS I. BIRONNEAR EAST NEWS ... T M ... The Kiplinger Washington Letter, which claims to know %  letter the inside of everything, a few weeks ago told its readers that :1 that British "don't like America's interest in Arabia's oil pipe. line for it puts the U. S. into a trade area which heretofore ha* ten domSiated almost exclusively by the British" g dope is all wrong London and[Washington have agreed S • %  J %  AN HISTORIC CAMPAIGN e %  :-v uns embarking upon the largest goal of any campaign in the historr Jewry, the United Jewish Appeal is undertaken: mendous magnitude which will require ~? h support from every quarter. As the s:: for the Joint Distribution Committee, United T and National Refugee Service, the three mcna c have helped sustain the lives of 2.000.0CC > nVinR*. nf rescue and reconstruction activity is I -" 1: : %  if vre trj u msk :i We will be rephase of rescue and reconstruction activity and the United States and Latin Americc the Appeal raised a total of more than S75.800.CC: sina fact alone reflects the special importance which America: attach to the combined rescue operations the UJA has .-•_:: during five of the most critical years in the history o: out :%  Now the year of decision and, we hope, the yea o: trans* tion from war to victory and from destruction to recor.fr.confronts us with the greatest responsibilities since the r-er.r. nssg of World War II—the greatest opportunities for saving die lives of large numbers of Jews still in the grip of oppression cr.d rebuilding the lives of scores of thousands of others to whom Allied victories have already brought liberation. It is to meet these enormously increased needs that American Jewry has undertaken to raise $32,000,000 this year. We have waited far eleven years for the coming of the day which would signal the end of misery and homelessness and death for our people and usher in the day of freedom, of hope and restoration. We stand at the dawn of that day. The agencies of the United Jewish Appeal have already entered on the first stages of reconstruction effort. The Joint Distribution Committee is expanding As activities in North Africa and Italy for the rehabilitation of the Jewish communities in the liberated territories. The United* Palestine Appeal is speeding the program of land acquisition and agricultural settlement so that the Jewish National Home may continue its role as a major haven for the uprooted. And the National Refugee Service has initiated location and reunion activities to bring relatives in the United Stales in touch with refugees in European countries freed by the Allied armies. Because of these added responsibilities which will quickly ] mount with the crackup of the Nazi Fortress, the United Jewish Appeal will require far greater funds in 1944 than in any previous year of its existence. The Jews have bled and died in great numbers during the past decade. The era of mass murder, though not ended, is now drawing to a close. We cannot revive the dead, but in the name of our martyred millions we can and must do everything possible to assure a share of victory for the living. We helped them survive. Now we face the challenge of giving them new life, of restoring them to the status of free men and women. That we can do through the 1944 United Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in its current drive. Be glad its only money we are asked to I on a division of oil interests in the Middle East not only among themselves, but also with Russia There are, however, some •-savory individuals, several of them close to our State Department, who are letting themselves be used by the British :olonial Office ... The idea of these Tories is to intimidate of. Baal circles and demand disinterest in Zionism in exchange -;: clear sailing on the oil business Did you know that Tel A ..-.• is no longer a hundred per cent Jewish city? ... Its boim. dories recently were extended to include a nearby Arab village New all the municipal notices of Tel Aviv are published in Hebrew and Arabic ... A rare treat was the recent dinner z: the Hotel Commodore to Freda Kirchwey, publisher lot of The Nation Not so much because of what -v Thompson, Raymond Gram Swing and Archibald Macsaid but because of Freda's own great and realistic sceech ... In contrast to the other speakers, Miss Kirchwey called the faes of democracy by their right names, and for tke :::s•—T.e committed The Nation to a favorable stand on a Jewish National Homeland in Palestine. HOW COME? ... Harry Hershheld reports that in a Colorado prison camp ::: captured Nazi soldiers there were two Czechs who had been :;:cecl to serve in the Reichswehr, and who, as soon as they reached these free shores, threw away their iron crosses ... But the omnipresent Gestapo had an agent on hand This Himmerlite took one of these crosses, heated it to red heat, and rrar.dea the two Czechs with it And then he saw to it that their names were put on the next list of prisoners to be changed between the U. S. and Naziland ... If Harry's infer3l2retsin7tit*£rt : \ SeTJewmotion is really authentic, as it may well be. we would kke to ish tradition which has become ask: How come that anti-Fascist Cxechs COB still be returned to enriched and significant through fc ,"azi-eris!aved Europe? the centuries, whi'.e at the sa-€ '>TTPTrQITM time divorce ourseives from what'LUtllvOUm ever objectionable traits wi B Not long ago a commercial sponsor presented, over NBC, possess as individuals q radio story presumbably dealing with anti-Semitic and at bridVe U %lub r would "have beer.! Negro fifth columnists in this country ... The radio play wts just as much of a nuisar.ee ::' hi well done, and was intended as good democratic propaganda were Spanish or Norwegian j t failed, however, in one essential respect: At no time were %  give! Let us not fail! pauem'has nTrelatfon S2£ : %  !" ds !" $?" ? r "*£ mentioned nor for that matter*. i religion or even to his term anti-Semitism ... We wonder what percentage of listenservance of Hebrew custi mi e:s got the idea behind the presentation The great majority tradition* mus t have been deeply puzzled We're puzzled too: Why "Your fatner-ir.-law • %  __i|_*j J r tionable UJ you not because he the hush-hush policy? prays but because his appearance MEN AND BOOKS Congratulations to Dr. Stephen S. Wise on the publication of his new book, "As I See It," timed to appear just before hi* 70th birthday on the 17th of this month The volume contains a collection of his writings during the last few years, and proves that Rabbi Wise had a keen eye for what was in th* stars not only for the Jews but for democracy The book should be read by every one concerned about the winning of the war and the peace Chief Warrant Officer E. ]. Kahn, Jr., who has already published two books on military life, ha* now crashed the austere columns of the Infantry Journal—with a piece on G. I. humor The late Lord Wedgwood s "Testament to Democracy," just out, is irrefutable evidence that h considered Britain's attitude toward Palestine a touchstone of democracy Any one who buys this volume, by the way, |A/ H A T M/ H E N If HERE h:rwJ j^tMl by the in rltl : • %  %  • %  %  i' PUR1M ask for i\ Notlfl .itlon '• %  •• ition i later 1 ," \, ,"' A %  — j-— • („, Tuesday for i thai w.. k > %  contributes the purchase price to the Wedgwood canteens iw Allied Troops, as the printing costs of the book were donated Sundav March 12thruneu nuops, as uie priming costs oi IT. When the madman of Europe warned the German people Ann £ al Pur .. n "J^ Bc h Ja b y the Wedgwood Memorial Committee, some time ago that if they didnt exert greater efforts to win the C ob. 311 Washington Ave OPFRA NOTF^ war the Jews of the world would be offered another opportunity Monday. March 13th: r^In J ."U* *^ | A D _i...<„iw' nlmi to to celebrate a triumphant Purim festival he visualized.^ well! Hadassah. Miami Chapter, reg„ n Broadway they re saying that the Rockefellers plan* as anticipated, the end that comes to all Hamans. fcf^Eft 2 ft T '' M i Mni f T ^^P 11 ^ P"? mwe £ U ^JT Ph^M** Zionist meeting, election of oftenor Jan Peerce back to Radio City, which left for the Men* r ". wn Y : 8 : 15 P m i Dolitan Ooera Hous*. Rillv RAM th* imnressario who ma* That he spoke of Purim weeks before its celebration, was no accident. He must have known from his long association with Jews during the time he was a starving and frustrated "painter" that Purim was a festival of deliverance. It was not "intuition" that made Hitler refer to Purim in his last speech—it was the conviction that his lot had been sealed.. Purim derives its origin from the Persian word "pur," meaning "lot" When the twentieth-century barbarian spoke of Purim he was haunted by visions of gallows. Purim has always been celebrated as a gay holiday among jews. Even the usual restrictions against drinking were relaxed on that day. We can only add that the day when Hitler will be hanging on the gallows there will be no need for stimukrting the joy of the world through intoxicants. That day will be a day of universal deliverance, a universal Purim. EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE Our thorough knowledge of all matters ef ritual, coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient ana courteous personnel enable us to provide a funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved family in ever) particular. j Mai i politan Opera House Billy Rose, the impressario National Home for Jewish Chil-. a n P era a smash hit (with his production of "Carmen Jones fcl dren at Denver, card partv at \ a y ery proud man these days Recently he had to spena home of Mrs. D Beyer. 4443' some time in court, where his role was that of a plaintiff in a Beach' Se^ice^S: & law : %  And *%• American ^orthand champion, dj Y. 2 p. m.; Sholem Lodge Bnai I < I uar1er of a century ago, succeeded in taking down the preB'nth meeting. 8.30 p. m. %  ceedings faster than did the court stenographer. 'ABOUT PEOPLE... nWi Gertrude Bergman, granddaughter of the late famous Raw* Moses Margulies, has been hailed as the moat active execute in the New York City Defense Recreation Committee, which supplies entertainment tickets to service men ... In a Little oti Beth David Sisterhood rr 2:30 p. m ; board of directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Beach YM & WHA. 8:15 p.m.; Workmen's Circle. Branch No. 692, regular membership meeting. 25 Washington Ave., 8:30 p. m. Friday March 17th: Forum series. National Council of Jewish Women, Beach Y. "Anti-Semitism in America 1:30 p. m. For Victory—Buy and keep on buying bonds! 1236 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, 5-7777 In New York 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. two years she has put in 7,500 hours of volunteer work % % %  Reported entertaining troope in Africa is Luise Rainer, *n* the latest news of Paulette Goddard places her somewhere* the Far East on a similar mission The Navy is losing Chief Petty Officer Artie Shaw, whom a medical discharge %  bringing back to civilian band-leading Movie diredor J: Alexander Korda's plans for the near future include the sere* 0 ing of a film biography of Winston Churchill. IIK>IM> *M-'MII% Made From Fresh Oranges Pallas Athena Restaurant EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING 224 WEST FLAGLER STREET OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M.



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^.v MARCH 10, IW +Jewist>ncrkflarj PAGE SEVEN GREATER ^tlSmSiJ^S^" !" "TESTS ft Grea l W "^ '^h Federation 9 01 The Jwtah Welfare Board Help Us KNP a Record of Our Men in ferric* SERVICE PARADE! ASSOCIATE RABBI AT TEMPLE ISBAEL Dr. Jacob Tarshish was unanimously chosen as associate rabbi of Temple Israel, Miami's reform congregation, at a meeting governor with a group of supportGftAHAM PUTS STRESS ON UNI TED BUSINESS Gainesville, Fla., March 7.— "Quit merely talking united cooperation, and live it in your everyday business," is State Sen. Ernest R. Graham's answer to Florida's postwar problems. Discussing his candidacy for The Greater Miami ArmyMaw Committee wants inferring tot uw^w wflgd rom those in service. Thes* will be used for publication M the Service Parade Page f The Jewish Floridian. the daily pre* 8 and a* 1 011 "} publications. Send original or copies of these letter! to the Army-Navy Committee. Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible for everyone to know where our servicefolk are. what they are seeing and doing. Irving Rubin. 4411 Sheridan Ave., completed aviation training at Shaw Field, Sumter, S. C.. and has moved on to advanced flying. Lt. (jg) Jerome J. Berger. USNR, 1150 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, has reported to the New Orleans Naval Armed Guard center for assignment as commander of a Navy gun crew aboard a merchant vessel. Lt. Berger served as a storekeeper 2-c at the Miami Naval Air Station before receiving his commission. His wife, the former Jeanne Baumann, lives here. PASSOVER HOSPITALITY Register your facility now. and make a place in your home for the Passover Sedarim for a serviceman. Home hospitality is appreciated by those in the service. Call the Jewish Welfare Board. 9-1323. now. and tell them you will enhance the joy of the Passover holiday by inviting one or more servicemen to partake of the Passover meals with you. Monday evening. Dr. Tarshish. in the rabbinate for many years, has attained a national reputation both as a member of the clergy and as a radio speaker. He is a native of Baltimore, Md., and received his early education there. His father, an outstanding scholar, was one of the organizers, and served as princiand Mrs. Ferd S. Meyer, has left Lt Marvin Raskin of the Unitthe University of Miami for training at Pla^tsburg, N. Y.. midshipman's sciiool. He was chosen as one of three out of 300 cadets. Before attending University of Miami, Cadet Meyer had attended Admiral Farragut Academy, at Tom's River, N. J. tales Marine Corps, was heard from this week by his parents Mr and Mrs. Mortimer Raskin. 750 Jefferson Avenue. from "somewhere in the Pacific. A former resident of Miami who reported at Keesler Field. Miss for training and classificaE in the Army Air Forces is CHAPLAIN ZWITMAN IS pt Robert Miller, son of Mr and Mrs. Henry W. 27th Terrace. Miller, 2945 S. Pfc. Leon B. Namoff. 1131 W. Flagler St. recently was graduated with high honors from the AAF radio school at the Sioux Falls, S. D.. Army air field. Namoff compiled a final average of 86.8 per cent and attained j sterm g a code speed of 20 words per minChap j ain Zwitman is a circuitlite to rank seventh in his class. rider in a jee The Jewish i ead He now is qualified to take his cr covers a mmimum of 170 mii es place as a radio operator-mechaneach week regularly visityig the Army Air Forces some back country spots wnere that animals have been known to Cadet James Meyer, son of Lt. stand in the road, apparently evidencing little fear of the approaching jeep. Chaplain Zwitman reports a general increase in worship attendance in the more remote areas, and chaplains of all faiths here are considering more circuit-riding. Before entering the service in July, 1942, he was rabbi of Temale Israel in Miami. Educated at *cw York University and the Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City, Chaplain Zwitman attended the special field and combat-conditioning course conducted by the Army at Harvard University. His wife and their two sons, one three-years-old and another a month old, now live at Fort Monmouth. CIRCUIT,RIDER IN IEEP Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman. of Miami, has solved a problem of logistics in which the exigencies of modern combat training scatter his Signal Corps worshippers to remote and obscure areas in this region. His solution: mechanized miners here, the Dade county farmer-business man said Florida's problems and opportunities in one section are interwoven with problems and opportunities in every other section. He emphasized this by explaining that the pension check of a needy aged person in West Florida depends on the tourist season in Miami, since money for the aged comes from racing; that an Arcadia cattleman's success may depend on the citrus crop in the Indian River country, since citrus pulp has been discovered as an excellent cattle food and that a tourist dollar spent in Pensacola may help build a road in Key West through the gasoline tax money allocated to the road department. EPPERSON FOR CONGRESS POSTHUMOUS AWARD MADE BEACH SOLDIER famed bombers. Lt. Daniel I. Taradash. son of Mr. William Taradash, 5225 Collins Ave., spent a ten-day leave here recently. He is stationed at Astoria. Long Island, N. Y., where he is directing and writing training pictures for the Army. Sol Levin. 212 N. W. 24th Ave., recently was promoted to the rank of corporal with the 15th Army Air Forces overseas. Levin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Klv Levin, Miami, and is a graduate of Miami Senior High School. Con) Levin is an armorer in the "Hal In Ring Squadron" of AAF P-38s and has been overseas five months. the highways dwindle to little more than wood-bordered trails. There are many chapels on Ft. Monmouth, N. J., and its subposts. But when officers and enlisted men complete their courses, they take additional training in the field. Way-points on the circuit are the bivouac and training areas at Allaire and Lincroft and the two miseries, Upper and Lower Camp Misery, located near Mt. Misery in New Jersey. He relates, however, that the last two camps "were probably misnomers since the locales contain no more than their average DR. JACOB TARSHISH pal of the Talmud Torah in that city. Rabbi Tarshish received his B. A. in the University of Cia; cinnati and his M. A. from Lehigh University in Bethlehem. He studied for his Ph. D. at Ohio State and Columbia Universities. Congregations served by the newly chosen rabbi include houses of worship in Allentown, Pa., Yonkers, N. Y., and Columbus, Ohio. Speaking as the "Lamp Lighter," Rabbi Tarshish has broadcast over all the major networks, NBC, MBC, and CBS on national his last mission on Tarawa hook-ups. His program was Island, Jan. 21, 1944, when he based on inspirational talks and was killed. Sgt. Howard Rothman. AAF, has been awarded the Purple Heart posthumously by Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Rothman, 937 Michigan Ave., have been advised. • He was an aerial gunner assigned to the Seventh Air Force in the South Pacific, and went Corp. Norman Shore. 22, of Brooklyn, who has taken part in more than 50 flight missions in the Australian area, is the recipient of the Distinguished Flying Air Medal. His CLYDE A. EPPERSON for CONGRESS From South Florida District quota of early toil and trouble." p j ane nas b een engaged in translc recognition when he debated Though in the proximity of nnrHna lrnnn!! "over territory several times with Clarence DarYour Support Invited. is Earnestly the world's largest metropolitan center, some of the country in the circuit is so out-of-the-way Fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida mote areas. he served hundreds of individuals all over the United States as advisor on personal problems. He was made a colonel on the governor's staff in the late thirties for outstanding public service by Governor Ruby Lafoon of Kentucky. He received pubDemocratic Primary May 2, 1944 i ;„u*„> •• and -prelude to Hap•** v ,a porting troops "over territory continually patrolled by enemy aircraft" and to America He has Dublished Name Home Serial No. Address Birth Date Street Birthplace. City State Civilian Occupation.. Date Kntry In Service City Marital State Status Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress Information Transmitted by — Telephone number Date Discharged Rank or Rating. 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