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The Jewish Floridian ( March 17, 1944 )

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Federation Workers to Hear Senator Pepper At Meeting Sunday; Plans for Campaign Complete ing. A workers rally Sunday mornMarch lath, will formally 944 United Appeal of S?Greater Miami Jewish Fedlilt "-" .... /,.„.„ „* o hronlffiict ginniim when Senator of Florida, who „ "the form of a breakfast tr n • at the Wofford Hotel bepromptly at 10 o'clock. goal of $189,095, the largrtt in Federation's history, divisor, head.-, team captains and member.-. Federation officers and community leaders will gather Sunday morning Claude Pepper will make a special trip here for the occasion, will make an address Th,. opi ning breakfast rally, an invitation affair because of limited facilities, will hear Senator] Popper with his usual masterful oratorv relate the intimate details of many of the present day I governmental activities. He will ( discuss Palestinian problem., with il immigration features, [ about wh I President Roosevelt issued statement last Thurs-1 day s> natox Pepper has aplewislb-IEIIiOiciidliiGun UNITY THE JEWISH Division Heads Are Named For This Year's Drive VOLUME 17— No. 11 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS President Says lZZ l ^ g Z Region Council White Piper! B R2£&K Welfare Funds Not Approved Washington (JTA) — President Roosevelt this week received Dr.. Stephen S. Wise and Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, the eo-eliairiiian of the American Zionist Emergency Council, and told them that the Government of the United states have never approved the White Paper. The two Zionist leaders were received by the President while j an all-day conference of Chris' turn leaders was taking place at the Statler Hotel here, called by the American Palestine Committee for the purpose of "mobilizing American Christian sentiment In favor of free entry of Jews into Palestine and the reconstruction of that country as a free and democratic commonwealth." Following then meet< Meetings to report on the progress of the current Federation campaign have been announced as follows: First and third meetings for Miami men and women's divisions will be on Thursday. March 23rd .nd 30th. at the Miami "Y." 1567 S. W. 5th Street at 8 p. m. First and third report meetings for Miami Beach divisions will be held on Wednesday. March 22nd and 29th. at the Miami Beach "Y," 1 Lincoln Road, at 8 p. m. The second and fourth report meetings will be held jointly by the Miami and Miami Beach groups on Sunday. March 26th and April 2nd. at 11 a. m. at the Miami Women's Club. 1737 North Shore Drive, in Miami at 17th Terrace. Men's division team captains jfor the forthcoming 1944 United Appeal were announced this week at Federation offices as consisting of two groups .one i for Miami under the leadership of Milton A. Friedman, division co-chairman, and the other for Miami Beach under Sol Gold1 strom. co-chairman. The Miami captains and their team numbers are: Sam Silver, 81; Larry Orossberg, 52; Ernest Sussman, 53; Maurice Cromer. 54; Sidney Lcf court. 55; Isaac Levin. 56; Abe Kurman. 57; Israel Shapoff, 58: George Wolpert. 59; Leon Kaplan. 60: S B Miller, 61; Morii* Kolnnsky and M, Touby, 62. Heading teams covering Miami Beach will be Ben Giller. 71; Stan! y Rosenthal. 72; Samuel E. Schwartz. 73; Herman Glosser, 74; Arthur Triester. 75; H. Laibson, and P. Rabinowitz, 76; B. Minenberg, 77: Sam Lachman, 78; L. Marcus. 79; Benjamin Cohen. 80; Dr. Maurice Klein. 81; Irving Firtel, 82; Martin Lipman. 83; NEW GIFT DIVISION IS SHOWING RESULTS IN LOCATING PROSPECTS SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER pear> Jewish audiences throughout the country and has an intimate knowledge of the refugee and rehabilitation programs caused by the present war and his address Sunday morning is ex; to reveal many important facts heretofore undisclosed. Senator Pepper will leave immediately after the breakfast to dedicate an air field in the state before returning to Washington. Campaign Chairman Jacob Sher will preside at the breakfast l)i Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel will give the invocation and the benediction will be by Rabin Moses Mescheloff of Congregation Beth Jacob. Following Senator Pepper. Stanley C. Myers, co-chairman of the Special Gift Division and Honorary Pre I •• of Federation, will explain the year-round activities di rat ii and the vital work carried on by its 40 agencies. immediately at the close of the breakfast meeting captains will '*-' P' with their campaign ••quipm,-tit and the cards of the prospect ontributora who are ][' '" %  %  d" by their teams, acme 500 captains and workers %  to attend this rally •nd will launch their campaign ort with the inspirational words ol the speakers still ringmg in Iheii ears. !" tgn this year, the 6th jM cce si ve all encompassing orive, is under the chairmanship ',',' J •. Federation Vice und prominent Miami DWinei n Mr. Sher in a >t minute statement urged Mi• %  rnians l 0 respond to the solici"; 1 "" 1 the drive where the one "TObution will relieve the re'"", : the individual to representing the •'K'catio: !„tal,ng the present KIM |. .JV 1 d ne all we possibly w L •'"' %  '' ""' wa y for the £* Chairman Sher exJ"* From now on Ifs up ,''"" %  We have made our KTY %  well as we were able. t r %  "• %  obtained the services of al,!,, and women availing with the President, the two i day are Monte Selig and David Zionist leaders issued the followPhillips, as co-chairmen of the ing statement: I New Gift Division, who have lo' The President authorized us cated hundreds of new prospectto say that the American Govlve contributors in Miami and Miernment has never given its apami Beach for tne 1944 United proval to the White Paper of Appeal. 1939. The President is happy Mr. Selig, chairman of the that the doors of Palestine are board of directors of Federation, today open to Jewish refugees, is covering Miami, and Mr. Philand that when further decisions i lips, comparatively a newcomer are reached, full justice will be here, is in charge of the work at done to those who seek a Jew-: Miami Beach. ish National Home for which our i Among the prospects to be apgovernment and the American proached for Federation contribupeople have always had the deepest sympathy, and today i more than ever in view of the j tragic plight of hundreds of thou1 sands of Jewish refugees." Meets Sunday Community planning and organization for war and post-war needs will be the program theme of the 1944 Conference of the Southeastern Region, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, it was announced by Clarence Elsas and Frank Garson of Atlanta, co-chairman of < >n J Copelan. 84; Harold Turk. the Program Committee. The 5 ... conference will open with the .r, inK .. ,he iY, (,men ln Mi: m general session on Saturday evewill be Mrs. Monte Selig, coning. Maich 18. and will closeichairman, and the following[capafter a series vi working sessions t lns: Mrs Isadore Benjamin, all day Sunday. March 19. Mrs Stuart Gordon. Mrs. Norr ~c i • man Jacobs, Mrs. Ilyman KapConference working sessions Mrs E > P w,ll include Jewish community x mu M £ „ filler programs for public relations. M „ fetanlw C. Myers, Mrs. JoJewish education and local w, h S chaffer. Mrs. Herbert E. fare services, as well as consulS( h( r Mrs H( S( iUl rf oration of fund raising prospects Mrs Rosengarten. allocation of funds. Ml ., mi Bt ach W()men wi „ ^ Dr. Ben Rosin. New York directed by Mrs. Benjamin MeyCity. executive director of the era as co-chairman and will have the following captains: Mrs. Joseph Brenner, Mrs. Joseph Cohen. Mrs. Max Dobrin. Mrs. Sam Grundwerg, Mrs. Ida Joseph, Mrs. Moses Krieger, Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Mrs Benjamin London. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, Mrs. Max Meisel. Mrs. Lillian Oka, Mrs. Harry Platoff. Mrs. David Phillips. Mrs. J. Rambam, Mrs. Harry Rubin. Mrs. Philip V. Salmon, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Barney Weinkle and Mrs. Edward I. Weinstein. Accomplishing results day by f „ r 1944 and allocation of funds. American Association for Jewish Education, has worked co-operatively with the Conference Program Committee in planning the session on Jewish education. which will deal with community organization in southeastern cities for Jewish educational and cultural activities. Participating in this session will be HenryAlexander and Edward M. Kahn. Atlanta; Jack Becker, JacksonREFUGEES FROM HUNGARY AND BULGARIA IN ISTANBUL Istanbul (WNSi—One hundred Jewish refugees who ware rescued from Hungary and Bulgaria arrived here this week. They are destined for Palestine. The Jewish community here, and social and relief agencies, received the refugees, giving them aid and shelter until such time as preparations are completed to have them transferred to Palestine. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) tions as the result of work of the new gifts committee, are several hotels and business houses as well as private individuals who have established themselves in this area within the last year. ..~ An ~. .*.. ...^oR^nc-e The new National Community REPORTS NAZI MASSACRES Relations Advisory Council will OF ALL JEWS IN KRASNOTAV hold its first meeting March 18Moscow (JTA)—The mcthodi20 in New York City, it was ancal extermination of the entire nounced this week by Philmore Jewish population of the city J. Haber, Cleveland, and Edgar J. mviQOnY CC INC [ TO REPRESENTATIVE ENDS SnTn MFFTTNP qnoN P LAN FOR EVACUATION HOLD MEETING BOON FRQM BALKAN STATES of Krasnotav, in the Ukraine, by German occupation troops is reported this week by the Soviet press in a dispatch from a front correspondent based on affidavits given him by four nonJewish eye-witnesses of the massacres. Kaufmann, Pittsburgh, co-chairmen of the organizing committee. Creation of the advisory council is the result of action taken by the general assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds at Pittsburgh last month. Bptaina and division budget has been %  nd the $189,095 %  J mimum that can be "."i'•"'-' by this community. ,n( success of the campaign •CONTINUED ON PAQE 4) Albert Kahn and Herbert Scher. co-chaii Orovitz in the Men's Division, together with Max re shown with Campaign Chairman Jake Scher dfc siTa-SSBttfiS o, HUM a, S cpenin, dinner o, Men's Division held recently. Ankara tJTA)—The first steps toward mass evacuation ol Jewish refugees from Rumania and Bulgar-a have been completed, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency was toid this week by Ira A. Hirschmann, representative here of the United States War Refugee Board. Mr. Hirschmann revealed that Turkey has agreed to passage of 5.000 children to Palestine. He added that negotiations for a Turkish ship, capable of carrying 1,000 children at a trip, are shaping up for early settlement. NEW YORK MEETING TO RALLY PALESTINE HELP New York (JTA)—The Zionist Emergency Council this week announced that a mass meeting will be held in Madison Square Garden in New York on March 21 for the purpose of rallying support for the abrogation of the Palestine White Paper, which is slate'd to go into effect the end of this month, for free Jewish immigration into Palestine and for establishment of a Jewish commonwealth there. TEL AVIV PARK NAMED IN HONOR OF FOUNDER Tel Aviv (JTA)—The largest and most elaborate park ever to be established in this city was opened here this week at ceremonies marking the 70th birthday of the late Meir Dizengoff, first mayor of Tel Aviv and one of its founders, after whom the park is named. The formal opening of "Gan Meir," "Meir's Park." was attended by the entire municipal council and representatives of the Palestine Government and Jewish institutions. IN WAR GIVE MORE: FEDERATION -SEE PAGE S %  i I < I •



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PAGE TWO w %  *v ( %  %  %  m | %  9-Jmistncridian *r*rfl a* e%** of the affair, rep rta a 1 -to res* 1 bers are urged to make I reset'at ions early. Mrs. .ie: ber' Mrs. M B yd Kay, Mrs. J L > Good. Mr.-. Isaac L Mrs. J. L. Jacobsteir.. Mrs. A Joseph. Mrs. D. D. Berk: Ml Melvin Lichter, Mrs Merhn M MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST^ A general membership meeting o: the Miami Beach Zi district will be held Thursday, March 23. at th Miami Beach Jewish Community Cente;%  3:30 p. m. A very inten has been arrang< I Mr. Bruun of the Miami Beach a rroj %  5 ol PalI reI .. \\:i: be M •" I resident : % %  n. inity %  Pv1 '• %  %  %  .^ %  %  \ %  .%  ; ., %  md Mrs. • • N It v. ..-. %  %  • '.'. lent of 1 asti ::. Mr. MortiLWJJiUXILIAHY^ "rl^d^Wiary of Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, Jewi %  War Veterans, held a DaWd M evening, SSM !" Minnie Khnepr;ng. The group is war-relate to las taken on d project.-. Hertzfeld. Mrs Stanley My re •,• Mrs, William Slepian, Mr.Jack p.. Mrs. M< :.-. S .._ and Mrs. Morris Alpert Ramona Sawyer Bar:!-, will the guest speaker a*, th of the National C — of J< wLsh Women. Miami section, wl will take place Friday. Mai 17. at 1:45 p. m. at the YMYWHA. 1 Lincoln K. a I, Ml Beach Mrs Barth will di>. us Jewish .nity "Women In the Post War rtinij ".irch 15 W rid pect of U 1 stwar planning f %  month under the ausi of the council I of its scholarship fund. pok "•' to if Lh< ms of the Zionisi the < :ghth of R si velt. ;:.. Irving Lehrman .eve a •ning 1 and its pr. to be held at tl Miami Centheir regular veter, and servicemen's P^y 1 '"., J T: ,v participated in th wu bond drive and in the B< for a Bov" dl Thev are co-operating with Red Cross b \ in the military 1 n ltu Beach. With the api 1 ver. mei 1 I pita;;the Jewis a holi lay ti I M : Red Ci next 1 %  v Klii TOWER THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th AT. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fri. and Mat. Only Sat. March 17-18 "SPIDER WOMAN" WITH BASIL RATHBONE NIGEL BRUCE o. s Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and bun. Thru Tues., Mar. 18-21 "PHANTOM LADY" WITH FRANCHOT TONE ELLA RAINES ALAN CURTIS EXTRA! HISTORY'S FIERCEST BATTLE! With The Marine M. B. JEWISH CENTER With the Bil conclud' Mi* B< ach Jew nter --. ns ring a new • rii s 01 %  : %  > %  and philosophy of Zion] irse will take the : a series %  : half-hour nted each Wi /.standing Zi>ts in th< and followed by half an hour of dis:". and comment, ten weeks :.:-: li :ture was given by Rabbi : man n th< ml ; %  ti Z Is Judaism At th< M A. Lipkind will present "Zionism R I Thi of the Cenu Sis1 rhood be held on Mar I 8:30 p. m. The pi .'. include hour. All at B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS B. Z B Chai tei fB'r will hold ... at David Sj • March _4 it 8 p. m. R< S I dent, will delivt 1 Pi ace W An f 1 hting' Others part, pating in Sabbath s< rvi • Jacobs. Natalie Hoffman. \v. iss, Gladys Novack. Jeanne hling, Anita Malmud. Joy Bernice Badanes and Theresa Cohen. The Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress has ;! (ivis d ,, the Florida War C mmittee that the ;. Miami Chapter has made mmendable record for itself f n t; recent Fourth War Loan drivi U" l ""' h nd through the J derground movement, il vealed here by the Polish G .ernment-in-Exile Fton^ DRINK PLENTY OF Water 0IUVCRCD TO TOUR NOME S-G4LL0R R0TTLI U ( Cl OF JU s %  "% %  LI ROTTLIS 1 S> •1st Rettlt OetesHi PHONE 2-4128 Its Comforting To have a home to go to when the day's work is done. Have you prepared a "Home" to go to when you have come to the "end of your days?" MOUNT NEBO is the Cemetery of Distinction for Discriminating Families. Our Director. Rabbi S. M. Machtel Will Confer With You at Your Invitation. PHONE 3-3720 FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES MOUNT NEBO ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI MUSA ISLE; INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue v. %  nj .-x'.or Farm. afNewn, Wutolne "fll. '"u-io Shop Tiki Bus No. it or Yacht Seminoi* OUNO SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME SERVIN PHONE 9-2664 G THE IEWISH CO "A FRIEND IN NEED' MMUNITY 2008 W. FLAGLER RIVERMONT PAR! AHITAJtIUM '* N. w. rtr. at "* %  *2 %  •* car* far lartflic 'Cf. JJ** '••-•••tt • •Nia'*v ^'"T.-, 8ANEL BEER. M. D-. D 1 *" ftaaaonaal* PHeaa aaa-a-O-artr* B——W &'o"-*-*"



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PPJDAY. MARCH 17, 1944 +JewisliFk>rkiian PAGE THREE SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS %  <—... %  i *Ol %  O^ ft* a*aMMXIdXh0S>a% Mr. %  '" Il haw visiting Mrs. Sam Fricdland „ig them, Mr. Friedbrot hei and sister-in-law, grind Mrs Oor K c iWedlMd. Captain B. JColeman now .membei of the armed forces, {^returned to town for a visit. Mr an d Mrs. Carl Lockshin and Shirley Kay arc visiting Mrs. Kckshin's parents. Mr. and Mrs. U H. Darsky. Mis, Mariorie Fisher, daughJrfDr and Mrs. Frederick. H. gfcei i > 5925 La Oorce Drive. Miami Beach, has returned to Jin. I V Of Michigan. Ann Arboi. after B visit here. BRIS Mr. and Mrs. J. Logan an• birth of a son. The Bris Milah will take place Sunday March 19. at their home 2385 S W. 15th Street, at 3:30 ni ith Rev. Philip Fried officiatinK Friend* are invited. 1: E I',i ith Milah and Pidyon Haben ol the son of Mr. and •mt wtt m Mrs. Tom Williams, 404 S W Ninth Avenue, took place at 4443 Prairie Avenue on Sunday, with Kabui S. M. Machtei officiating On Thursday, at the St. Francis Hospital, Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Ui ith Milah of the son of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Bear, 4410 N. Jefferson Avenue. New York Handicap in 1940; Isadore Bicber's hard-hitting mare, Moon Maiden; Townsend B. Martin's Bankrupt, a winner at Hialeah Park; and Circle M Ranch's fleet-footed Copperman. Completing the list are C. B. DeBerry's Cory don, one-time stakes winner for Greentree Stable; Roy Hullings' Arrow Rock; Margaret Mac Collum's Reztips, and F. A. Piarulli's Legation. MIAMI UNION PRINTERS TO BE HOST TO CONFERENCE Miami Typographical Union No. 430 will be the host to the Florida Typographical Conference which convenes here on Sunday and Monday, March 19 and 20. Delegates will be here from all the Typographical unions in the state, and prominent speakNAVAL EXPANSION HERE IS GIVEN BIG BOOST IN BILL UNVEILING p The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Marv Lazarus was held Sunday, March 12, at 2 p. m. in Mi. INL-OO Cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center officiated. Arrangements were under the personal direction of Sidney H. Palmer oj the Palmer Monument Company. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of Abraham Friedman was held Sunday, March 12, in the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Sidney H. Palmer of the Palmer Monument Company. (is that are well known in the MARCHANT CAMPAIGN state will be present to address MANAGER OF GRAHAM ^STS^gof Miam, TypoMiami. Fla.—Captain Japtha former Polk county rennsentaA telegram received here this week from Congressman Lex Green, candidate for governor, is of interest to this area. It stated: "In bill approved by House Naval Affairs Committee and which will be considered by the House next week, an expenditure of $1,945,000 for expansion of naval facilities in Dade County was included in the Navy's estigraphical Union are Allan J. Edmated $11,070,000 for navalI exl'iu,.lmVr'.'j; ,'m. '^n I wards, president, who will wel-1 pansion in Florida. $1,560000 of Lakeland attorney and com(i g£ conforcncc to tht clty ; this amount will be expended at W. L. Rollins, vice da-y warmed 6 SSStSSA &">"* 'riudson, £U£3S 2O0 SSHS b/ Sen. Ernes'R^ 2* **3Z2* *" **"* K* president; the Richmond Naval Air Station. ""i.OOO at the Miami Naval Air ion and $60,000 at Dinner Specially Packed and "Packed" With VITAMIN "C" Send Boxes to Your Relatives and Friends! LtlSOiOIMi Select, FLORIDA FRUITS A Gift of Good Taate" SPECIAL PRICES 23 LD. DOX 1 .65 30 Lli ', BUSHEL 1 5 45.LU. BOX 2.9b %  K LB BOX 5.25 BUSHEL 3.75 WE SHIP ONLY THE FINEST Rizzo Groves INC. PACKING HOUSE Bonded Shipper* 2143 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-1438 PLATE YOUR ORDER NOW! Use Butei 7. 8 and 13 OBITUARIES Word was received here this week of the death on Wednesday of Mrs Rebecca Davis. 57, of Chicago. III. Mrs. Davis was the mother of Mrs. Myron Newman of Miami. Mr. and Mis. Newman are in Chicago and will be present at services which will take place today ham, candidate for governor. "As a member of the Florida legislature." he said, "I have seen and greatly admired the legislative work of Senator Graham. Because of his business-like understanding of Florida's needs and opportunities, and because of his wide practical experience and his recognized ability to carry <>ut his program, I believe Ernest Graham is the outstanding candidate in the race for the governorship." Captain Marchant. after serving as Polk county representative from 1937 to 1939. declined to seek re-election and returned to his private practice. He is a former citv attorney of Lakeland and built Radio Station WLAK there, and operated the station for five years. Completing a survey of the state Captain Marchant said there it a definite state-wide trend to the support of the Dade county farmer-business man. of the arrangements. Key.' A WAR VETERAN A RIGHT TO HAS ASK He's too busy now fighting the war for you, to worry about post war job*. But he'll have A RIGHT TO ASK when he returns, what YOU'VE done about It. Sen. Ernest R. Graham, World War I veterr knows we MUST provide work. Expe enced as a farmer-business man he kno HOW! ^^^^^^ Elect ERNEST II. GRAHAM I the AIM.FLORIDA GOVERNOR _^_^_^____^^_ Paid Political Ad .^MiSWiMBiM f Louis Lester. 61, of 1121 8th St., Miami Beach, died Saturday in a local hospital after a brief illness. He came to Miami from 1 New York six weeks ago to spend the winter. He was a retired merchant. He is survived by his wife, Pauline, of New York City. and daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Toubail, of Miami. The body was returned to New York by the Palmer Funeral Chapel. GABLES HANDICAP HAS LARGE LIST OF ENTRIES Coral Gables.—Seventeen nominations wire received by Racing Secretary John Turner for the $5,000 added Coral Gables Handicap, the mile and a furlong test for three-year-olds and upward that will highlight the program on Saturday at Tropical Park. The list embraces the narn.es of the best thoroughbreds in winter training, the majority being stake winners, and candidates for the $10,000 Tropical Handicap, the closing day piece* de-resistance, April 8 Nominees for Saturday's important fixture include Mrs. Edward Mulrenan's First Fiddle, winner of three stakes in '43. including the Louisiana Handicap at New Orleans; Mrs. J. Eiting! er's Sir Marlboro, hero of the last running of the Tropical Handicap in 1943; Mrs. Man** Evans' Shot Put, winner of the $50,000 onor of (P. 'ateover w ... and you'll just wave your hand and make any climate you wish ft MANlS.r.HEWITZ &ATZ0 MEALFARFEL • CAKE MEAL • WHOLE WHEAT MATZO • EGG MATZO ELECT SERVICE MEN And WOMEN ACT NOW Preserve the Freedom for which you FIGHT Write todoy to Secretary of Stoie, Tallahassee, for your ballot 1 \ \ k D L 'PCHURCB GOVERNOR UPCHURCH FRANK D. Firsf. on his program—Veterans %  E IS A VETERAN W, OULDNT it be heavenly tr live in a house that makes Its own weather...that's balmy in January, cool as a mountain top in July...regardless of what the thermometer says outdoors? AIL THIS Will SI A REALITY I For tomorrow your new Gas air-conditioning system will give you "weather as you want it" at the flip of a finger. But climate control is just one of the wonders of comfort being developed in the laboratories of the Gas industry today. Here are some of the other things in store for you. TOMORROWS MIRACLE KITCHEN... 'so cool, so clean, you'll love every minute you're in it.. .where a new Certified Performance Gas range gives you speed in precision cookine—saves food values and work I NEW MAGIC IN REFRIGERATION. ..a silent Gas refrigerator with cooling units that will keep all kinds of food fresh longer —meats, vegetables, even frozen foods. Will save you hours of marketing time! A "HOT SPRING" ON TAP... an automatic Gas water-heating system that will provide hot water galore ...effortlessly, economical!, make all housekeeping easieThese are just a few of the woi ders that will be brought to yc tomorrow by the tiny blue Gas flame... the flame that cools a well as heats. You can speed that day by using Gas wisely... by conserving it for vital war production...and; by savmi;-forthat magichomeof the future with every war bond you can buy. TH f MAGIC FLAME THAT WILL BRIGHTEN YOUR FUTURE 6AS PEOPLES HOLLYWOOD COMPANY • MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE



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PAGE FOUR +Jewistncriditer) FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1944 REGIONAL COUNCIL or WELFARE FUNDS Wnl MEET ON_MARCH 19$ (CONTINUED FROM P AGE ville; Louis Heiman Miw Isaac Heller, New Orleans a m 'j Morris Rosenblum, Nashvilie Local discussants taking iw.* in the other conference Yes, the lights are going on again, for us and for peoples all over the world. For us—with the help of a successful Federation 1944 United Appeal—we will share in as a community the benefits all of us locally will derive through a thriving Jewish activity in our Y.M.H.A.'s, Jewish Education Association, Miami Hillel Foundation and Servicemen's program of the Jewish Welfare Board. Yes, all of us in working and contributing our share -accepting our responsibility will kindle the spark that will make those lights go on again and stay on. Ours is the privilege to work and give—in one effort —to help 40 agencies. all for the good of our brethren and ourselves. Do your part when called upon— join in and contact others that they may also be privileged to participate. Put the 1944 United Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation starting Sunday over the top— Do your bit to make those lights go on again that much sooner. several of the big gift divisions. ."In order for our campaign to go over the top," Mr. Blank said, "we must have the participation of tin' rank ami file of the community. It is the small contributor that will put us over the lop" The campaign organization m addition to the chairman and Mr. Goldman, executive dinow is m the hands of the o P rectol iru !uii ,. s: i, workers and contributors j h R stein treasurer; Lt. [f each does his duty, and does it c „, E1 Sl ,„ u Maj Miu ., u> u Workers to Hear Sen. Pepper At Meeting Sunday (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Face Facts By Alexander F. Millar Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League PREDICT ACTION AGAINST NATIVE BORN FRENCH JEWS When ubiquitous Fred Shochet i invited us to contribute literary early, we will ao over the top u/olfson, Capt. Baron deHirsch gen s to this space, he warned us in providing for Jewish needs loM eyer and chaplain Colman A.' sternly against reviewing books, cally, nationally and overseas for Zv/itman. honorary vice chair-I "People aren't interested in things the year to come. Because our mi n; Leo Ackerman. Day J. Apte.l which only concern them rcmoten" a !\?Jl QV cl ', nt h hor than Albert B. Bernstein. George ly," he admonished. "Give them hat for 1943 contributions must Chertkof, Dr. Frank Corel, Jack facts." iLZ7 e £ Se ,,..* liSgL by that Dubinsky. Samuel N. Friedland, At the risk of earning amiable 7n ? U employment and to inorganizing Tor' the p^^wa? even before the last war was over. She shows how these cyi ruthless seekers for power used Zurich (JTA)—Sweeping measures against Jews in all parts of France are predicted in the Swiss press in connection with information reaching here from Paris that the Gestapo has completed a compilation of lists of all Jews born in France. are: Public Relations: VV iC erman, Jacksonville; A L' FVto man, Atlanta; Frederic KulW New Orleans; AJexanderlSg Miami, and Lee B. Weil S mingham. Fund Raising: FYanJ Garson, Atlanta; David Ham, Jacksonville, and Janus L Vn mutt, Birmingham. BudgehW George Chertkof, Miami; ^ Irving Goldstein, Alexandria and Hirsch Kaplan. Nashville' Community Organization: David Fichman, New Orleans, and Her man Heyman, Atlanta In addition to the co-chairman the Conference Program CW mittee includes the lollowimr Day Apte Tampa; Philip Coleman. Jacksonville, an 1 Stanley C. Myers, Miami. ley The Miami delegates are George Chertkof and Louis Heiman. Abraham Gannes, executive director of the Miami Jewish Education Association, and Alexander Miller, director of the Florida office ADL, will also attend the conference. London (JTA) —The British government is not likely to make any decision on the Palestine question shortly, although responsible British circles are convinced the present state of affairs cannot continue much longer. TUomi for REST CONVALESCENC! •~)CHRONICCASE$ "fySun -Ray Park m Health Resort urn. ro SOOKin 0m^i MIAMI w riictn .• lo'-coutr-nokiOA EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE Our thorough knowledge of all nutters of ritual, coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient and courteous personnel enable us to provide a funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved family in every particular. 1236 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, 5-7777 In New York 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. nSor„f '" canv : assin S a large crease civil rights protection number of prospects in order to assure the success of the drive. Sam Blank, president of Federation, in a campaign eve statement, asked members of the community not to take an attitude of optimism because of the success of pre-campaign activity among were introduced in the New York State Senate this week by Sen^^^%^-^.^l^i^-S-^ as a polS wS up a state fair employment commission empowered to compel employers to cease discriminating against any workers because of race, creed or color. The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices. 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami Fla P. O. Bor 2973 P hone M1 41 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Manag ing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $l.ot MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17 1944 ADAR 22, 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 11 pon. And as you read, you are reminded of disturbing parallels in our present American scene And you realize that unless we will Germany try it again but even n defeat, the Nazi philosophy may triumph here. Copies a hrAD 1 L a olf,ce rPUrChaSethr0U h The Brook Club presents Jane Pickens DIXIE DUNBAR DORR STUART BARRY WINTON'S ORCHESTRA PEDRO AND HIS RHUMBA BAND Reservations Telephone 6-2658 Buy War Savings Bonds REGISTER NOW You must re-register tc vote in the coining election. II you have not previously registered to vote since the books have been opened, do so immediateY. Books are open in the courthouse. Don't wait! THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT" 1709 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-9951 CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE All Pastries Baked on the Premises CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS c,t rin 9 to Organizations. Partiae. and Banquets SLEEiiil Pallas Athena Restaurant EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING 224 WEST FLAGLER STREET 0PEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M.



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mAY. MARCH 17, 1944 +Jewislincri(Uam PAGE FIVE S*~ >*** (3t2*w ( M/V^^ t^Jv/*^ New Years Day 1944 Dear Jake: Thanks for your V-mail letter. It has been trying to catch up with me, for I received it two days ago. Let me congratulate you on your election as Campaign Chairman for the Federation drive. It is a hard job, but one in which I know you will succeed, especially with the cooperation and help of the Community. Today is New Years and I want to wish you and all my friends a very happy, healthy and joyous New Year. Looking at 1943 in retrospect, it was a good year in many ways. Africa was rescued from its oppressors. Sicily and Corsica were freed and much of Italy. Russia had pushed the Nazi horde on its march back to Berlin. It saw the Japs kicked out of the Aleutians. It saw the conquest of the Solomons, the start on Rabaul and also saw the Japs wiped out in the Gilberts. Germany has seen her cities crumbled by our block busters and the Japs can see the handwriting on the wall. In America things look brighter also. War production has advanced. Ships, planes and ammunition are being turned out to meet our requirements. Greater Miami has also known the goodness of 1943. From etters and newspaper reports reaching me, conditions are exJ J cellent. The turnover of merchandise has been tremendous. Most people have earned and made more money than before. Real estate has been active; sales have been profitable; rentals have been high, and money has been saved. The lights are on again in America and prospects for the future look bright. For these good things you should all be grateful. But—things are not all this rosy throughout the world. There is still a war going on, and with it pain, suffering, torture, sickness and death. Your loved ones and millions of other men like them, are scattered throughout the world working, fighting, dying so that we and the rest of the world may live in peace, freedom and comfort. We have a long road to travel before ultimate victory is reached. In the meantime our brethren in the occupied countries of Europe are being murdered, tortured and starved to death by the Nazi gangsters as a last means to try to strengthen the fast dwindling morale of "Der Vaterland" and as an alibi for the losses and defeats they are sustaining. The quicker our victory in Europe the sooner will the Jews and all the other minorities and oppressed peoples of the world be rescued from death or a living hell and again be given the opportunity to see the light of day. The Jewish agencies need money to carry on the work to help the Jews of Nazi Europe. The Jewish Welfare Board needs money to help boys of all faiths in the service. Money is needed to help the meet the Jewish problems on all the home fronts. I understand your goal for Greater Miami this year is approximately $190,000. This is a challenge to Jewry of Greater Miami which they must meet. They dare not fail at this time. As I write this letter, I wonder how many at home would like to trade places with our unfortunate brethren in Hitler's Europe? Or how many would trade places with those of us on the war front ducking in and out of fox holes? None I am sure. Yet, no one is asking that you trade places. All met is being asked of the folks at home is to give so that we may in a small degree at least help keep alive some of the Jews of Europe and help meet our problems on the home fronts as well. I remember last year I had the privilege of a leave and flying home to attend the opening breakfast of the Campaign and making my contribution personally. This year I will not be that fortunate. Nevertheless as a member of Federation I still desire to contribute and you may, therefore, consider this letter as my subscription for $3,000. I am sorry I am not there to do some of the work for you as well, for I know what a tremendous and thankless job you have. I can only remind my friends back home that this year theirs' is the privilege and opportunity of giving. Let us not abuse that privilege nor miss the opportunity. Our time to give is here. Let us make the most of it. Yours for Success, BARON deHIRSCH MEYER. IN WAR GIVE MORE 1944 UNITED APPEAL GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION 1002 CONGRESS BUILDING TELEPHONE 3-5411 Opening March 19th Greater Miami Will Raise $189,095 IMS PAGE MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE CO-OPERATION OF THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN



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mmmm PAGE SLY. rJewistFtorkiiari FRIDAY, MAR CH 17, ..--. •CHAPLAIN WRITES Benjamin B. Goldman, executr Federal!.m. is pietur, I the opening rally of the 1944 [ Sher., chairman of the driveREGISTER nOUl! • I RESPECTfULLY SOLICIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND SUPPORT. My conduct and record of service as a laithiul. public-minded community servant, speaks lor itself. George S. Okell Candidate for Legislature GROUP 1 | Ad. 1 •' • % % % % %  le 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE 2nd ft 3rd RACES QUINIELAS EVERY RACE POST TIME 8 P. M. ADMISSION 25c No Minon Admitted 2 BIG FEATURES THE ST. PATRICK'S TROPHY and the SHAMROCK FUTURITY SPRINT TRANSPORTATION ROUTES lO BISCAYNE Take Miami Tramit bui No. 10 out to N.W. 7th Avenue and 103rd Street; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Avenue to 107th Street, or Op*-Lock* but out N.W. 7th Avenue to 11 5th Street. FREE TRANSPORTATIO N FROM THESE POINTS TO TRACK \ EMH 1 ^—7S "^/i TRACK V3S 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Av-es BT FEDERATION Friday evening and Saturday I worship this ^--^ will IM Sab I •:, Ral tnical • Great r Miami, as leaders. and tc tne n ol Templi is• -•y % % %  Miami ration. Last i : :: .,::\ •-. ars Si I • .• New J' r v. • municatii .. u o IOAA A irch 8. 1!44 MR JACOB SHER. • C M.ai: ; Ji A'i F 1002 Coi Dear Mr SI I truly appn era! whu kept !: m : with the progn -%  I : i honorary an in I llk< the many othei nity %  %  '• %  %  %  val brai rvici I am deeply interested in federation progress That ited in bold red rs on v. ar m • :. II greal st< i munity and Federation has strides in the few yea It hi the progress ol the Gi i i Miami Jewish Community, that reason it is imI pui i inly to the resi I Miami, hut its entei li nts ervi • Yo i vt ill recall the prayi r I the soldier in Willia "Tlie Human Coi I get me back t" Ithaca, I IProtect everybody Keep the town there. Let m< walk l its streets. Keep the h empty lot next door Keep I harp and the piano and Keep the railroad Mark1 can see the tramgo by Keep the world where it is and me a chance to gel to it w I I want to be—in Ithaca Get, me there, Lord, il you can that's all." Tin people hack home have : %  v : • i IUS and solemn resp ity—to keep Ithaca tlie way it was, at its best; >to keep the community worthy c! the idealizing homesickm the men who ar.away, to picserve all that they remember as beautiful, decent and noble m the community Certainly in the Greater Miami Jewish Community, Federation had acquired an honor I and noble place it is, th >r< : re, the duty of the Jewish Con to advanct tie progress ol Pi I eration n "M HERMAN K'lfeS M. SLEPIAN* 1 ** MAX R. SILVER, ''" A N Attorney for Appln,,.,.. 2/25 S/3-10-17-24 "' NOTIC 13 U hereby civm ,T"~~| unoa/alaned. BERNAUU o T a*al MAX STEVENS. FltA\rira V 9 VKN.S. 1111:1:1 s\ M ;,Vv' KM FUKHUNO and MABS :,l %  BAMUEL am co-ptirtnei-H doing l.iiHiL. the rioUtloua name STV,^ MARKKT8 at M01 N VV tti '^N Miami. Florida. Intcn.l „,YelniiH flctltloua name I., the „RE"H Clerk of th.ClKultCew^J County. Florida t our| Ue] BERNARD PTFVP*. MAX BTEVENR* 1 PRANCES ST KVKVB THERESA MlHB* JACK MIIJJKL*" ROSE III..\.\K MARION FRERlJMi SAMUEL BuSnT 0 Apptfcaja] MY Kits A By Louie. 11 KIM,\\ Helm:,1 Attorney* for Applicant! I/SS 3/3-10-17-24 And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED '•ll.e 1 \ N" HEREBY GIVEN th.it M li ma Klti ha, T..\ 1 '.•: %  Hi led I he Tlh da) %  •'. \ i' % % %  tm In my ..• i-Mi for > V ... • I ..1. .., %  1 tax deed to 1 • hei ••••n Si.nl the 1 illowina de%  he %  -11. t of iv. •• Ktat. ..f Fl la, 1 !: • if I '.el. kal.l property Iti .11 in the %  rp l'nl< • %  ; !,. ) ... %  %  %  lav. Mi lescrl || |... • 11 Id. 1 NOTICE IS HE11KHY QIVMM Hi.underalaned. demrlng e, ",„. in biiMin.-ss 1111, 1. 1 1 hi iiTi.,.. ..f ATLANTIC SFNI.ltY M SHOP, at 111:: Colllnn AVCBM U, Beach, K1...M... •. %  ; %  aid nama wiih the 1 % %  ,' Cult Court of Dail* r 1 mty F"',, '•|"-';> %  HARDNBi BA IC\ ( \i:|i.\i-| ( MAX It SILVER K Attorney for APH :i/::-iu-i7-2i-:ii IN TIIK COUNTY II !M;I-S cut IN AND FOR h.VI.K tfli-Ntrl FLORIDA. IN PltniiATE J No li,-. In Ho ESTATE (iF EVALWi .•1 IK. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cradttora ai d IMK Ckilmfl %  •:i-. n anda \nm s.iiii Batata Y.PU. and each of you, ar* h notlfi.-il an, I r-,| llreil j •. 1 lalma and demand). rtli i. > %  11 h.-r of you. m.'o li.e •• 1 eatata <>f BVALINA K COOK. %  I late of Oi nertlcut, to the Hnn W. I TON, County Juik-.. of Dad, and fli.the aam< .. 1 %  • u 111 v 1 "..in 1 hiiu '• %  CM Florida, wniiin .-.!,• from the date of the hereof. Said la an,.1 di contain the lean • .( claimant and to be : tented as aforeaald nne wl bai red. Bee s., o. ; Probate A,i I >.-o.. Pebi .1 iry 21 CARL W WHALBI As \ li lie \ \l\ %  ..%  Eati I BVAI.IN \ K roOK MAX K BILVBR Attorney f..i An. A.linlnlMtint. r 10-17-M NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR : TAX DEED Chaptei 17461 \. '.of 1M Pile A Nl T1CE IS HEREBY UIVEN Thomaa .1 and Maud. K Mae .1 st.. te and 1 !ount) T ix Can No MM issn.-.i u*e 1 day of A. I> 1940 lia.s filed myofft and haa mad.application f'.r 1 deed to be 1MU<-,I thereon Said" tlfloata ambrace* ih< followlai acrtbed property li. Ihe founty Dade, State of Plorldn, i"-wit 1^.1 ;.. Block Z3. Amended !" -I Crifflnar BiM-ayne Park Etata Plal Book \t. !"":• 1, '" ""i County of Dade. State of F I.I.I The aaseaament ol *al P r under the amid oertlflcata wae it nama of 1! II. Howeli Knleiw anld certifl.-i.Kshall tl l-.ni.-il a.-eordlnK t" l-'-. "" %  r r op ^5| described therein will b* #M t" j ddder at tl. Coon "fj flri Monday B 1 la Itaj 1 L BOOM Pane pi opei iy Id !.. the hluheat rl -u whu h 1 h. ...1 day f A nrll. 1941 l*4. K II l.i:\ rflKRMAN • ..in 1. id. County, I 1., %  • %  -. IRRETT, 1. C. month of April, 1944, which 3rd day of April, 1944 Dated this 22ml da] 1944 K I! I.KATIII.KMAX Clerk of Circuit ('oori Dad.Count), Fioiioa By 1. M 11 ii.iiit Court Beat) I 2:. 1/3-19 M 1l Notice U hereby BJVi lhj< *•' derail I. deeirlni lc •" % :a *'"!r, neaa under the flctitloui raw! DCNHILL'S. intend* u fjW*.l name I" the otfi.e of the "* rt _gj Circuit Court of Dad. ''".""Vi.fa nBOROE .. AD* RONNY Ml11 MILTON A FRIEDM V s Attorney for Appllo t/ll 13 .1 1 -10-17 ganix. tions. tions. In our camp, for instai 1 we are having a United J. u Appeal with %  -> tainly, Jewisl way over th( GREATER MIAMI'S MOST CONVW*NTl y LOCATED OOGTRACX $2,000 goal Certainly, in proportion, our Miami Jewish Community ought to KO MfftnftX er U '," '"" ; 1 1 P a8 the 5200.000 mark easily, I know that yen. e 1., chairman. "The enemy watches and lis-1 "Think before you talk" Gentens." Prime Minister Winston eral George C. Marshall and AdChurchill, miral Ernest J. King. gn ater victory f,„ our country and cause which shall surely come by the aid of God • in our day. Most faithfully youri CHAPLAIN' COLMAN A ZW1TMAN. Chapel 5, Camp Wood Fort Monmouth, N. 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, A y, MARCH 17. 1944 -Jewlstincrkflar? PAGE SEVEN ITEB Of MIAMI ARMYNAVY^COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewh* Federation The Jewish Walters Board Hlp Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Ssrvice WOMEN'S FIELD ARMY IN EDUCATIONAL MEET SERVICE The Greater Miami ArmyCommittee want, inletters receivad NaY jS'lho*"* ssrvice. The~ STi ea for publication I the Service Parade Page !?Th1 Jewish Floridian. the £u? preu and nations JSficaiions. Send original ^copies of these letter, to ?h. Army-Navy Committee, fox 2973. Miami 18, Jl. ?hese will be returned if guested. Make it possible £?everyone to know where Z, S ervicefolk are, what they are seeing and doing. KORSAKOVS HAVE LETTER FROM THEIR SON IN ITALY Mr. Jacob Korsakov, 443 S. W. Fourth Avenue, Miami, sends in the following letter received from his son in service, now in Italy: "I'm feeling swell and everything is fine here. The weather is perfect and the days are very warm and sunny and the nights are cold and clear and nice. We have a nice place here and nice quarters to live in and very good food to eat. I am some place ki Italy. We are right near a big PYX. Philip Silverman. 24. of city and it is nice here. The Pensacola, Fla., a paratrooper, people are strange and the buildkilled in combat, has been postPASSOVER 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. Frederick Goldstein, aviation ings and everything are so difhumorously awarded the Purple meal. Jbunceman 3-c, whose mother, ferent. Most of them are poor Heart. A veteran of seven years On Monday, March 20th, the Women's Field Army for Cancer Control, will hold an all day cancer educational conference at the Miami Women's Club, 1735 North Bayshore Drive, starting at 9:30 in the morning. At 12:30 luncheon will be served with Mrs. Horace Ritchie, southeastern director of the Women's Field Army and chairman of the Bureau of Public Welfare for National Women's Clubs, as speaker. Other personalities at the conference will include Mrs. Ambrose Diehl, member of the National Field Army Advisory Board and chairman of the war activities for the National Council of Women: Mrs. A. Malcolm Smith, the Florida district commander; and Mrs. Clyde Epperson, local commander. The public is urged to attend this educational program and learn about cancer control. Reservations for the luncheon must be made by Friday, March 17th. with Alice W. Thompson, 4-3634. There is an 85c charge for the GOVERNOR CANDIDATE WILL TELL OF FLORIDA De Funiak Springs.—Only, a part of the story of a progressive, modern Florida's diversified attractions, advantages and opportunities, has been told for the benefit of the millions who would come here after the war, Frank D. Upchurch, candidate for governor, declared here. "We must complete the job of telling Florida's great story, and the way to do that will be through establishment of a state directed program of advertising. Such a program, from its inception," Upchurch said, "must be entirely non-political and I propose that it be under the supervision of Florida writers and editors who know their subject." "A sound program of advertising and publicity for Florida will be another forward step in the move to create a united state in which there will be a balanced economy and equal opportunity for all worthwhile enterprise," Upchurch said. irrinancimur. a-c, wnuc ...w.....-., >*. •• %  %  w UIWI ac yuw neari. n. veteran oi seven years shirk 1 )' Berlin, lives at 1535 and none of them can talk Engof service in the army, Private K-ridian Avenue, Miami Beach, hsh at all. The little kids go Silverman had seen duty in the been wounded in action, the around the streets selling oranges Canal Zone before seeing action %  ta, department announced or nuts and begging for candy in North Africa, Sicily, and finalPrdncsday. or %  **•* % %  Even little boys five ]y Italy, where he was killed. Mr, Berlin was advised that years old smoke cigarets nght -Vwas injured in an airon the streets The people work Lt> Dav id J. Roth of St. Louis, ash in the Pacific. When all day for fifty or sixty cents M for bravery in ac ti 0 n durhome >n leave from the a day and they have very little in the Xte lian campaign, has Mt S. ptember, he had food. The Germans took everybccn decoratcd with the silver noart in three major engagething of value and there is nothStar Tra pped by a group of *1 P '"K le'V" the St !; eS l I 0 1 an 3 !" zi soldiers, Lieutenant Roth T „ oo ft? best wme a "d Jewelry and pickcd u a light machine gun Lieut. Christopher Swart., 22. things are gone. The girls are which had fa „ en from the R on of Mr. and Mrs. William not as pretty as American girls of „ wounded American and shot Bwarts. 750 Jefferson Avenue and there are so many kinds in them down Lieutenant Roth liami Beach, was among recent every family that they run then sumrnoned his commanding aduatcs who received pilot s around the streets like animals. rings at Pampa Army Air Field, rem „ CHAPLAIN HAROLD GORDON an entire -**;*** Heard from this week from AMERICAN RED CROSS + Zip the lip on military matters! EPPERSON FOR officer, who dispatched troops which succeeded in wiping out T/Sgt. Robert Nation, 24. of Chicago, 111., aerial photographer and gunner, was wounded in cU was Sherrn^n Friedman. IS MOVD FROM THE BEACH lormer active "Y" member, who %  —• now a staff officer with the Chaplain Harold H. Gordon, United States Merchant Marine, with the A.A.F.T.C. No. 1 on Mition in the North African area. ie greetings and good wishes ami Beach, will leave this area Originally in the medical corps, all his Miami friends was refor another post, it was learned Sergeant Natkin later transferred eived from Italy, one of the here. Chaplain Gordon has been to the aerial photography service ops made en route. The card a Jewish chaplain on the Beach of the army air corps and has as dated February 14. post for the past 12 months and crossed both the Atlantic and has taken an interest in many Pacific oceans in the performIrt E. Selevan has just been 0 f the activities here. He was ance of his duties. •aduated from Class 44C. O.C.S. tendered a farewell reception at lool at Turner Field. Albany, w hich prominent Army officials Lt. Joseph B. Liebman. 28. of .a., and has received his comand community leaders were Houston, Texas, also a Flying nission as a second lieutenant in prose nt last Wednesday at the Fortress navigator, holds the Air he army air forces. He is at True Farm Food Restaurant. Medal and three Oak Leaf Clustbresent spending a ten-day fur' _^ ers and has completed at least a lough with Ins parents, Mr. and -. __ a.iM •>• r,r score of bombing missions on A. Selevan, on Miami „ L t ffi?* KSSL S tZ nazi-held territory. Some months ach. Youngstown O., holder of the Qn their to attack Q^. Distinguished Flying Cross and ^ installations in France. Prt Harold Margulies, 22. of Air Medal, has more than Z5 misLj eu tenant Liebman and his en|he Bronx, an infantryman, was sions in the big league of aerial tire crew were f orced to bail out lied in action in the invasion of warfare to his credit. BombardQvcr tne English channel. An Bicily. A graduate of Evander ier with the U. S. air forces in RAF rescue launch picked them philds hiKh school, he was in England, Lieutenant Malkin was aU after half an hour ervice over a year. a mural painter in civilian life. When Yon Pay For __. m — WATCH REPAIRS ^ Why Not Get the Best HAVI AN ACCURATI TIMEKEEPER fill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," ArmyNavy Committee, do P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18, Florida Play safe—Don't talk. Name Serial No.. Home Address Birth Date Street City Birthplace— State Civilian Occupation Date Entry la Service City State Marital Status Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress Information Transmitted by Telephone number Date .Discharged Rank or Rating. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERO J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM SLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIO. Vlce-Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sac Executive Committee Mra. Max Dobrln, Ben B. Goldman. Maurice Groeeman. Louie Heiman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mre. Murry Koven, Harry Markowlte. Alexander F. M.Jer. %  *•*"• Fr, 2 Shochet, Mnton Sirkln, Joieph Stein. Mra. Herman Wallaoh. Carl Weinkle. Georga Wolpert, Harry Zukarnick. Technical tralnlnr and yean of experience only can male* a man a watchmaker. You'll find auch ekilla at Danrir'a. Get the JEWELRY IEPAIMIN8 DANZIG'S Jewelers 236 HALCVON ARCADE I I' • CONGRESS CLYDE A. EPPERSON for CONGRESS From South Florida District Your Support is Earnestly Invited. Democratic Primary May 2. 1944 Everyone Must Register this Year to Vote Political Ad. Paid for by Friends PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative ALFAR CREAMERY CO. F*c the Best In Dcdry Product* WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM Ducting Thii Page to th. Effort, of the Army-Navy Committee. Mad. PosslMe Through the Co-Operation of JACK C. JAYSON ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Bldg. CARL'S MARKETS Miami Miami Baach COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 F.. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. CROMER WHOLESALE 12 N. E. Third Street DIXIE SPORTSWEAR 2110 N. W. Miami Court FIXZIT SYSTEM 1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue HA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO. 82 N. E. 26th Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Arena* Miami DONALD LAVIGNE-UNIFORMS 114 N. E. Second Anu MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 149 N. E. 10th Stroat JOSEPH R. STEIN Miami. Florida WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB West Flaglsr Straat at 37th Ave. WOMETCO THEATRES Mltchall Wolfson Sidna T Mtynr Drink COCA COLA Coca Cela Battling Company ef Wast Palm Baach Florida SOUTHERN DAIRIES Sawing Palm Beach County, featuring taw .Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pre%  iai tu ducts and Ioa Cream. — fcasU • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE FERGUSON FUNERALHOME,Inc. 1201 South OUve Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHED 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Flo. i I



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PAGE EIGHT vJewisti FhrkJian ^^AV^ARC* i 7 Jj B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG David Wilner, of the cultural Committee, has advised that on Friday, March 31st. the Dade County Temples and Synagogues are sponsoring B'nai B'rith night Dave is chairman of tin* committee and is arranging to haw lected members speak before all of the congregations. This should be a very interesting project. The speakers will be announced at ;. |uenl date. Tentative arrangements have been made to have Brothers Harold Turk, Lou Heiman and Bill K ss< Iman. Had an to take a jitney to the I week. Nat urally, this type ol transport is as ci K'ded is ithers, but the appalling thing was the number of cur : who boi lull %  rig itm > without even giving passengers chance I out. nmisi Semi) cru <>f the bu our a Coi ucate oui nti-S which they %  Taki your I lulal push, y burn. As thi to pi plans ai %  Lodge toi Mian B Made From Fresh Oranges arc planned with much difficulty by Brother Harold Turk, and too many of us attend and take everything for granted. Out of an organization of approximately 1.000 members, you should be surprised to know that only approximately 25 are willing to lend a constructive effort to the betmi ol the Lodge and our community relations. %  Received a letter from Dr. HarOl I Hand, now a captain in the air force, stationed at Ellington Field, Texas Harold says he is now wearing boots and saddles hting the battle of Texas very diugi ntly. Ii this keeps up we're going to take tar. And to you, Harold, if you should read all of the brothi M isi.es to you for h cuttings. I had the delightful pleasure ith the colonel and his I 5 to Brot and hi vely lavs .' ropolitan ima. Foi I %  • i %  t pn t of I %  %  I :. : %  i tantial ish ; I lUt of 1 E1 r j contril r. Hi i E i %  and hope '. '.: st | A lot ol • rs are band ther, is in or oul Whichway it goes, we know that m will give a g ount I: the brothers in the '.incolumn will drop me a ; rd. 1 will \ e • ns of the %  to > OU and yoi I In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end an-I nounced by the Greater Miami. area are as follows. NOTES OF Y.M.h.A — h v — I • -bySAM SILVER Trf/////-'"""' A •/ft/ff**" „ n „tlfHt'/tf''jfify) w IIAIIE FE1IERAL MORTGAGE v •LOW RATES • EASY PAYMENTS • LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Your LOCAL. FRIENDLY I INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER $8,500,000 BJJME FBM3KAL • %  AMI A V I H W I Beth David: Late Friday evening services will be conducted at 8:15 by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Louis Havman and the choir will officiate. The A.Z.A. boys of the Sigma Hbo Chapter No. 517 will participate. David Jacobs will deliver the sermonIn view ol Fed* ration bath Stanley Myers will discuss Fi delation's Goal Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern will be hi during the reception in honor ol their wedding anniversary Sabbath services at 8:30 and Junior services at 10:30 a. m. Beth Jacob: Friday evening servici s at t 45 Saturday morning the services will be at 7 and 9 o'clock. At 9 Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will discuss the theme lership in Practice." Junior gregational services at 9:30. During the Sholosh Seudos ser-, at 0:45 Rabbi Leon J. Risikofl will be guest speaker. Minnonair s< rvic<. tor boys betwei n the ages ol 13 to IN under the : Marvin Genet Sunday at 9:30 a. m. to be followed by a Sisti kfast with a discussion hour. All eligible I are invited. Cantoi Maurice Mamches will assist in the services. Miami Beach Jewish Center: alias Shabbos ,.t ii:25 and late Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Irving L> hrn an will n "To th. Heavy HeartWhat have the war y< Cantor Abraham D. will chanl Dm ing the sen .• Saturday ing al 9 o'cl K k, Bi i< e, the son ol Mr and Mrs Phil Steir, will %  ,,i mitzvah. In keepwith Federation Sabbath, I i Lehrman will di "The %  Community Junior services at 10 a. m. Bible studv undi r the direction ol Mc\ hon at 4 45 and Shalosh at 6:20. Schaarei Ze dek: Kaballas Shabl ervices Friday evening I at 7. Rabbi Simon April's theme for discussion Saturday morning Iat 8:50 will be Temple ol Old land Synagogue of Today.'' Jun-1 |ior services at 10:30 conducted by | the children of th( Talmud To-' rah Bible class al 5:30 p. m. by Haobi April, with Sholosh Seudos i following. Temple Israel Regular Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will conduct the services and Adolph Rosenberg president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, representing mure than 300 Reform I Congregations in the United States, will deliver a message to the congregants. His subject will be 'Judaism and the American u ews .i. £ rece Ption, spon.~ by the Sisterhood, will follow immediately after the services. saopatn morning services ,,t 11 Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation: Services are scheduled "", F ndav .£ 6:15 Pm and SatSSH a 8 ; 30a • %  !" ;, "d5:15p. m Sholos Sudos will be Saturday at 5.30 p. m. A program of songs n | ^m.ros has been arranged for thei occasion. Daily services at 8,30 am. and 0:30 p. „,. The Mishnah group will meet da: '" i'd the Shulan Oruch group at 6:40 p. „, tn Beth Sholon Center. Miami :'!' s,rVK cheduled '"' ^""day evening ,| will be Francis I' Locke a member of tl of the Miami Daily \, ., ,,,. will |P/*on"rh ; Fiv, Pitfalll il. C c a hant r the A Portion of the serv.ee and lad fn % % %  congregational singing Th S!MS? SP h osi Cantor A %  ro ,t p e r m th, th In deference to Federation this column will not be 1 ...is week. We of the "Y" urge everyone to read the SS*M cerning the Federation campaign in this issue of the n Sc *l We do this in the spirit of co-operation, as we cons'H ^1 duty of every Jew to give of his time and money to t£" S cause. New York (JTA)—Selective I New York (JTAl^nTT-^. si rvice headquarters announced S. Wise was the K u, le I*, ^linnl Itoacb .PHONE 5-6617 MONKEY JUNGLE Where Hum.in* are Caged and Monkeyi Run Wild 22 Miles South of Miami Off U. S. 1 Open Daily REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Ask for my free 1944 Informative Map cf Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Sorvice 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Hornet, Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 he Jewish Institute Jf'SS" to mark Dr. Wise's ?ih H day, which he will reft? "* Friday. The inst tll^J od by Dr. Wise SDMIJ? 1 eluded Rabbi Philip*?'"* stein, executive director JT Array and Navy Reljg f M tivities of the Jewish W Bl ^ Board; Chaplain Morton H man. USNR. an d I> wSe %  -GORDOl FUNERAL ROME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means of Individual Circumstance* "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" • Worthy and Deserves Your Full Support and Recommendation • SERVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI • EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH 2 4 H O U.R Ambulance Service LEXGREEN FOR G (Ml ERROR it FARMER — BLACKSMITH TEACHER — LEGISLATOR JUDGE — CONGRESSMAN •d He has a broad understanding of Florida's war and postwar problems. FOR UNITY IN FLORIDA GOVERNMENT OF, BY AND FOR THE PEOPLE <2rf NOI1M IM1 ll*t JOSEPH M. LIPTON. PRESIDENT HE WILL KEEP FRITH WITH VOU Hear his Radio Speech a. 7:30 p. m.. Monday. March 20th er Stations WRUF WFTL WPDQ WTST WWPG WDLP ov WJ/M/Mmmm*— <**m >/////"' BEFORE YOU BUY see tEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. But IT B#C UM "M .j| Phone 7-7725 ncrs rrom 5 o Clock Sundays From Noon 't BUVM r. L L U "* e F,ne Li "d Normal A v. ChlsM*


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Federation Workers to Hear Senator Pepper At
Meeting Sunday; Plans for Campaign Complete
ing.
A workers rally Sunday morn-
March lath, will formally
944 United Appeal of
S?Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
lilt "-" .... /,.. o hronlffiict
ginniim
when Senator
of Florida, who
"the form of a breakfast
tr n at the Wofford Hotel be-
promptly at 10 o'clock.
, goal of $189,095, the larg-
rtt in Federation's history, divis-
or, head.-, team captains and
member.-. Federation officers and
community leaders will gather
Sunday morning
Claude Pepper
will make a special trip here for
the occasion, will make an ad-
dress
Th,. opi ning breakfast rally, an
invitation affair because of lim-
ited facilities, will hear Senator]
Popper with his usual masterful
oratorv relate the intimate de-
tails of many of the present day I
governmental activities. He will (
discuss Palestinian problem.,
with il immigration features, [
about wh I President Roosevelt
issued statement last Thurs-1
day s> natox Pepper has ap-
lewislb-IEIIiOiciidliiGun
UNITY
THE JEWISH
Division Heads
Are Named For
This Year's Drive
VOLUME 17 No. 11 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
President Says lZZl^gZ Region Council
White Piper!br2&K Welfare Funds
Not Approved
Washington (JTA) President
Roosevelt this week received Dr..
Stephen S. Wise and Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, the eo-eliairiiian of
the American Zionist Emergency
Council, and told them that the
Government of the United states
have never approved the White
Paper.
The two Zionist leaders were
received by the President while j
an all-day conference of Chris- '
turn leaders was taking place at
the Statler Hotel here, called
by the American Palestine Com-
mittee for the purpose of "mobi-
lizing American Christian senti-
ment In favor of free entry of
Jews into Palestine and the re-
construction of that country as
a free and democratic common-
wealth." Following then meet- <
Meetings to report on the
progress of the current Feder-
ation campaign have been an-
nounced as follows:
First and third meetings for
Miami men and women's divis-
ions will be on Thursday.
March 23rd .nd 30th. at the
Miami "Y." 1567 S. W. 5th
Street at 8 p. m.
First and third report meet-
ings for Miami Beach divisions
will be held on Wednesday.
March 22nd and 29th. at the
Miami Beach "Y," 1 Lincoln
Road, at 8 p. m.
The second and fourth re-
port meetings will be held
jointly by the Miami and Mi-
ami Beach groups on Sunday.
March 26th and April 2nd. at
11 a. m. at the Miami Women's
Club. 1737 North Shore Drive,
in Miami at 17th Terrace.
Men's division team captains
jfor the forthcoming 1944 United
Appeal were announced this
week at Federation offices as
consisting of two groups .one
i for Miami under the leadership
of Milton A. Friedman, division
co-chairman, and the other for
Miami Beach under Sol Gold-
1 strom. co-chairman.
The Miami captains and their
team numbers are: Sam Silver,
81; Larry Orossberg, 52; Ernest
Sussman, 53; Maurice Cromer. 54;
Sidney Lcf court. 55; Isaac Levin.
56; Abe Kurman. 57; Israel Sha-
poff, 58: George Wolpert. 59; Leon
Kaplan. 60: S B Miller, 61; Mor-
ii* Kolnnsky and M, Touby, 62.
Heading teams covering Miami
Beach will be Ben Giller. 71;
Stan! y Rosenthal. 72; Samuel E.
Schwartz. 73; Herman Glosser, 74;
Arthur Triester. 75; H. Laibson,
and P. Rabinowitz, 76; B. Minen-
berg, 77: Sam Lachman, 78; L.
Marcus. 79; Benjamin Cohen. 80;
Dr. Maurice Klein. 81; Irving
Firtel, 82; Martin Lipman. 83;
NEW GIFT DIVISION IS
SHOWING RESULTS IN
LOCATING PROSPECTS
SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER
pear> Jewish audiences
throughout the country and has
an intimate knowledge of the
refugee and rehabilitation pro-
grams caused by the present war
and his address Sunday morning
is ex; to reveal many im-
portant facts heretofore undis-
closed. Senator Pepper will leave
immediately after the breakfast
to dedicate an air field in the
state before returning to Wash-
ington.
Campaign Chairman Jacob
Sher will preside at the break-
fast l)i Jacob H. Kaplan of
Temple Israel will give the invo-
cation and the benediction will
be by Rabin Moses Mescheloff of
Congregation Beth Jacob. Fol-
lowing Senator Pepper. Stanley
C. Myers, co-chairman of the
Special Gift Division and Honor-
ary Pre I of Federation, will
explain the year-round activities
di rat ii and the vital work
carried on by its 40 agencies.
immediately at the close of the
breakfast meeting captains will
'*-' P' with their campaign
quipm,-tit and the cards of the
prospect ontributora who are
][' '" d" by their teams,
acme 500 captains and workers
"!' to attend this rally
nd will launch their campaign
ort with the inspirational
words ol the speakers still ring-
mg in Iheii ears.
tgn this year, the 6th
jMcce si ve all encompassing
orive, is under the chairmanship
',',' J'. Federation Vice
' und prominent Miami
DWinei ,n, Mr. Sher in a
>t minute statement urged Mi-
rnians l0 respond to the solici-
";1""1 the drive where the one
"TObution will relieve the re-
'"", : the individual to
. representing the
'K'catio: !tal,ng the present
KIM |.
.JV1' dne all we possibly
w l '"''' ""' way for the
* Chairman Sher ex-
J"* From now on Ifs up
,''"" We have made our
KTY well as we were able.
tr "" obtained the services of
al,!,, and women avail-
ing with the President, the two i day are Monte Selig and David
Zionist leaders issued the follow- Phillips, as co-chairmen of the
ing statement: I New Gift Division, who have lo-
' The President authorized us cated hundreds of new prospect-
to say that the American Gov- lve contributors in Miami and Mi-
ernment has never given its ap- ami Beach for tne 1944 United
proval to the White Paper of Appeal.
1939. The President is happy Mr. Selig, chairman of the
that the doors of Palestine are board of directors of Federation,
today open to Jewish refugees, is covering Miami, and Mr. Phil-
and that when further decisions i lips, comparatively a newcomer
are reached, full justice will be here, is in charge of the work at
done to those who seek a Jew-: Miami Beach.
ish National Home for which our i Among the prospects to be ap-
government and the American proached for Federation contribu-
people have always had the
deepest sympathy, and today
i more than ever in view of the
j tragic plight of hundreds of thou-
1 sands of Jewish refugees."
Meets Sunday
Community planning and or-
ganization for war and post-war
needs will be the program theme
of the 1944 Conference of the
Southeastern Region, Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, it was announced by
Clarence Elsas and Frank Gar-
son of Atlanta, co-chairman of <>n J Copelan. 84; Harold Turk.
the Program Committee. The 5- ...
conference will open with the .r, inK..,he iY,(,men ln Mi:"m
general session on Saturday eve- will be Mrs. Monte Selig, co-
ning. Maich 18. and will closeichairman, and the following[cap-
after a series vi working sessions t"lns: Mrs- Isadore Benjamin,
all day Sunday. March 19. Mrs- Stuart Gordon. Mrs. Nor-
r- ~c i man Jacobs, Mrs. Ilyman Kap-
Conference working sessions Mrs E > p
w,ll include Jewish community x mu M filler
programs for public relations. M fetanlw C. Myers, Mrs. Jo-
Jewish education and local w, h Schaffer. Mrs. Herbert E.
fare services, as well as consul- S(.h(.r Mrs H( S(,iUl rf
oration of fund raising prospects Mrs Rosengarten.
allocation of funds. Ml.,mi Bt,ach W()men wi ^
Dr. Ben Rosin. New York directed by Mrs. Benjamin Mey-
City. executive director of the era as co-chairman and will have
the following captains: Mrs. Jo-
seph Brenner, Mrs. Joseph Cohen.
Mrs. Max Dobrin. Mrs. Sam
Grundwerg, Mrs. Ida Joseph, Mrs.
Moses Krieger, Mrs. Joseph Lip-
ton. Mrs Benjamin London. Mrs.
S. H. Lutsky, Mrs. Max Meisel.
Mrs. Lillian Oka, Mrs. Harry
Platoff. Mrs. David Phillips. Mrs.
J. Rambam, Mrs. Harry Rubin.
Mrs. Philip V. Salmon, Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin. Mrs. Barney Weinkle
and Mrs. Edward I. Weinstein.
Accomplishing results day by fr 1944 and allocation of funds.
American Association for Jewish
Education, has worked co-opera-
tively with the Conference Pro-
gram Committee in planning the
session on Jewish education.
which will deal with community
organization in southeastern
cities for Jewish educational and
cultural activities. Participat-
ing in this session will be Henry-
Alexander and Edward M. Kahn.
Atlanta; Jack Becker, Jackson-
REFUGEES FROM HUNGARY
AND BULGARIA IN ISTANBUL
Istanbul (WNSiOne hundred
Jewish refugees who ware res-
cued from Hungary and Bulgaria
arrived here this week. They
are destined for Palestine.
The Jewish community here,
and social and relief agencies,
received the refugees, giving
them aid and shelter until such
time as preparations are com-
pleted to have them transferred
to Palestine.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
tions as the result of work of the
new gifts committee, are several
hotels and business houses as well
as private individuals who have
established themselves in this
area within the last year.
..~An~. .*.. ...^oR^nc-e The new National Community
REPORTS NAZI MASSACRES Relations Advisory Council will
OF ALL JEWS IN KRASNOTAV hold its first meeting March 18-
Moscow (JTA)The mcthodi- 20 in New York City, it was an-
cal extermination of the entire nounced this week by Philmore
Jewish population of the city J. Haber, Cleveland, and Edgar J.
mviQOnY CC INC [ TO REPRESENTATIVE ENDS
SnTn mffttnp qnoN !PLAN FOR EVACUATION
HOLD MEETING BOON frqm BALKAN STATES
of Krasnotav, in the Ukraine, by
German occupation troops is re-
ported this week by the Soviet
press in a dispatch from a front
correspondent based on affi-
davits given him by four non-
Jewish eye-witnesses of the mas-
sacres.
Kaufmann, Pittsburgh, co-chair-
men of the organizing committee.
Creation of the advisory coun-
cil is the result of action taken by
the general assembly of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds at Pittsburgh last
month.

' Bptaina and division
budget has been ,
nd the $189,095 '
, J mimum that can be
"."i'"'-' by this community.
,n(- success of the campaign
CONTINUED ON PAQE 4)
Albert Kahn and Herbert Scher. co-chaii
Orovitz in the
Men's Division, together with Max
re shown with Campaign Chairman Jake Scher
dfc siTa-SSBttfiS o, HUM a, S cpenin, dinner o, "
Men's
Division held recently.
Ankara tJTA)The first steps
toward mass evacuation ol Jew-
ish refugees from Rumania and
Bulgar-a have been completed,
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
was toid this week by Ira A.
Hirschmann, representative here
of the United States War Refu-
gee Board.
Mr. Hirschmann revealed that
Turkey has agreed to passage of
5.000 children to Palestine. He
added that negotiations for a
Turkish ship, capable of carry-
ing 1,000 children at a trip, are
shaping up for early settlement.
NEW YORK MEETING TO
RALLY PALESTINE HELP
New York (JTA)The Zionist
Emergency Council this week an-
nounced that a mass meeting
will be held in Madison Square
Garden in New York on March
21 for the purpose of rallying
support for the abrogation of the
Palestine White Paper, which is
slate'd to go into effect the end
of this month, for free Jewish
immigration into Palestine and
for establishment of a Jewish
commonwealth there.
TEL AVIV PARK NAMED
IN HONOR OF FOUNDER
Tel Aviv (JTA)The largest
and most elaborate park ever to
be established in this city was
opened here this week at cere-
monies marking the 70th birth-
day of the late Meir Dizengoff,
first mayor of Tel Aviv and one
of its founders, after whom the
park is named. The formal open-
ing of "Gan Meir," "Meir's Park."
was attended by the entire mu-
nicipal council and representa-
tives of the Palestine Govern-
ment and Jewish institutions.
IN WAR GIVE MORE: FEDERATION
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*r*r FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1944
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
rfa<>fla*e%** NATIONAL COUNCIL
Friday. March 31. is the dale
chosen for the annual donor
luncheon of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. Mian.; iec-
tion The affair climaxes the
fund-raising effort of council
members throughout the J
and is the outstanding s
event of the council prog]
The Beachcomber at 12.1 Daae
Blvd.. Miami Beach, has I
chosen for this years luncl
which will I I rved at 12:30
p. m.
A gala procrair. will include
night club stars, as
a by Mrs Lillian Kraff.
companied by V.
cov, pianist Mr.-. Carl Gai
will be master of ci remoni
Mrs. I. M. K. bley. >
of the affair, rep rta a
1 -to res* 1
bers are urged to make I
reset'- at ions early.
Mrs. .ie:
ber' Mrs. M B yd Kay, Mrs.
J........L> Good. Mr.-. Isaac L
Mrs. J. L. Jacobsteir.. Mrs. A
Joseph. Mrs. D. D. Berk: Ml
Melvin Lichter, Mrs Merhn
M
MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST^
A general membership meet-
ing o: the Miami Beach Zi
district will be held Thursday,
March 23. at th Miami Beach
Jewish Community Cente;- "
3:30 p. m.
A very inten
has been arrang< I Mr.
Bruun of the Miami Beach a
rroj

5 ol Pal-
I re-
I
.. \\:i: be M "
I resident : '
n.
inity
Pv1 '
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md Mrs.
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asti ::. Mr. Morti-
LWJJiUXILIAHY^
"rl^d^Wiary of Freda
Markowitz Post No. 174, Jewi
War Veterans, held a
DaWd M evening,
SSm. Minnie Khnepr-
;ng. The group
is war-relate
to
las taken on
d project.-.
Hertzfeld. Mrs Stanley My re ,
Mrs, William Slepian, Mr.- Jack
p.. Mrs. M< :.-. S .._ and
Mrs. Morris Alpert
Ramona Sawyer Bar:!-, will
the guest speaker a*, th
of the National C of J< w-
Lsh Women. Miami section, wl
will take place Friday. Mai
17. at 1:45 p. m. at the YM-
YWHA. 1 Lincoln K. a I, Ml
Beach Mrs Barth will di>. us Jewish .nity
"Women In the Post War rtinij ".irch 15
W rid pect of U 1 st-
war planning f
month under the ausi
of the council I
of its scholarship fund.
pok "' to
if Lh< ms of
the Zionisi
the < :ghth of
R si velt.
;:.. Irving Lehrman .eve a
ning
1 and its pr.
to be held at tl Miami
Cen-
their regular veter-
, and servicemen's P^y1'"., J
T:,v participated in th
wu bond drive and in the B<
for a Bov" dl
Thev are co-operating with
Red Cross b
\
in the military 1 "n ltu
Beach.
With the api 1
ver. mei 1 I
pita;;- the Jewis
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TOWER THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th At.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Fri. and Mat. Only Sat.
March 17-18
"SPIDER
WOMAN"
WITH
BASIL RATHBONE
NIGEL BRUCE
o. s Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and
bun. Thru Tues., Mar. 18-21
"PHANTOM
LADY"
WITH
FRANCHOT TONE
ELLA RAINES
ALAN CURTIS
EXTRA!
HISTORY'S FIERCEST
BATTLE!
With The Marine
M. B. JEWISH CENTER
With the Bil
conclud' Mi*
. B< ach Jew nter
--. ns ring a new rii s 01
:> and philosophy of Zion-
] irse will take the
: a series : half-hour
nted each Wi
/.standing Zi-
>ts in th< and
followed by half an hour of dis-
:". and comment,
ten weeks
:.:-: li :ture was given by Rabbi
: man n th< ml ; ti Z
Is Judaism At th<
M A.
Lipkind will present "Zionism
R I "
Thi of the
Cenu Sis1 rhood
be held on Mar I 8:30
p. m. The pi .'. include
hour. All at
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS
B. Z B Chai tei fB'r
will hold .
... at
David Sj March
_4 it 8 p. m.
R< S I
dent, will delivt 1
Pi ace W An f 1 hting'
Others part, pating in
Sabbath s< rvi
Jacobs. Natalie Hoffman.
\v. iss, Gladys Novack. Jeanne
hling, Anita Malmud. Joy
Bernice Badanes and
Theresa Cohen.
The Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress has
;!(ivis,d ,, the Florida War
C mmittee that the
;. Miami Chapter has made
mmendable record for itself
fn ,t;, recent Fourth War Loan
drivi U" l ""' !','h" -,; Ros, Weiss, ,bond chair-
man forth, organization 560..1.5
worth of I onds m re sold. Mrs.
Weiss personally contacted pros-
canvassed hotels- and or-
large bond rallies. It is
,:, ,,u Dr. Stephen
WlS4 national president ot tne
.. Jewish Congress, on
March 17th. the day he celebrates
70th birthday, seventy ""
rv ur ought by war bonds
. d through the American
- These units
part hospitals on
npital trains.
mere) unit will be
pped with a plaque, naming
,;. Jewish Com: 1
v from winch the
collected. Bond
ing 1- one of the
projects of the War
Committee of the Wo-
I the American
The member-
.-.. started on Tuesday.
th, with a large tea hon-
Dr and Mrs Stephen S.
W h time 110 new
the Women's Di-
f the American Jewish
will be culminated on
Tuesday. April 11th. with a gar-.
party at the home of the
;:ip chairman. Mrs. Louis
1 r, on Miami Beach.
SPINOZA FORUM
Dr. Morris Schneer will w^T
on "Adult Educat.on" this &
day afternoon at 3 p. m at th
Spinoza forum, meeting 0n &
lawn of the home of Dr AhrT
ham Wolfson," 11th Street/"
tween Collins Avenue 2
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Tum
day evening. Dr. Schneer will
give his final lecture on the "Art
and Science of Living" jjet
Saturday afternoon Rabbi Irving
Lehrman of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center will lecture on
Moses Mendelson."
HAT
HEN
HERE
( 1 la.- column in uw
Think, act, be American!
i-.r.-ator Miami Jawlah Federation In
ooopermUoD with Th.- Jewish Kinrid.
Ian an a community service Ta Inform
the oomimintty of your orRanliatlgn'.
activities and to avodl nflleta in
-, phone 3-5111 anl ask for
"Community Calendar." Nntlflration
must reach Federation nr, lattf than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
Friday. March 17th
Forum series. National Council
of Jewish Women. Beach Y.
"Anti-Semitism in America"
1:30 p. m.
Sunday. March 19th
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Workers' Rally Breakfast.
Wofford Hotel, Miami Beach!
Sen. Claude Pepper, speaker
10:00 a. m.
Monday. March 20th
Junior Hadassah. Film, "They
Live Again." YMHA, fc p. m.
HIAS
The HIAS Tourist Committ
11 will sponsor a benefit concert on
Sun nine March 19th. at
i Beach High schooi. feat-
.: Sara Osnath Halevy, inter-!
nally known Palestinian
:-.d singer Assisting art-
will include Cantor Abraham
Freedman of Beth Sholom C
n; Cantor Louis Hyman
of Beth David Congregation, and
The Miss Anyuta Melicov at the piano.
S:04 25 was earned for the
through an affair sponsored
by Mrs David Adlerblum. Mrs.
ry Chill donated a Pali
nian necklace and ring to the
a is<
AiottU gycotlu**
Your Complex* Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington At*, at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
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70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
AA Triangle &
Warehouse Corp.
LOCAL MOVING-
PACKINGSHIPPING
GREYVAN LINES. INC.
Long Distance Moving
Agents in All Cities
PHONE 5-1415
MUSIC PROGRAM AT BEACH
DRAWS VERY SMALL CROWD
DENVER CHILD'S HOME
The Create] ..:-. Chai
' I Nati -..-.'. H
-pon-
ng a card party and d<
lunch n at th<
?.!rs. David
Beyers 4443 Prairie Av<
Beach, on Tuesday. March
".4. at 1:30 p. m.
Approximately 450 people V
lent at a joint
an I Miami Beach
last Sunday evening in a
cultural pro.: Susie
Michael and ''
Tl selections
tained the audit
.
in the standards :' Ji
. artists and tl
frecjui ntii M
Beach during previous seasons.
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY FOR THE
PASSOVER SEDARIM
AT THE
True Farm Food Restaurant
645 Collins Ave.. Miami BeachPhone 5-7107
A Holiday Treat in An Unexcelled Manner
Services Conducted by Prominent Clergy
tl
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At Tarawa
IN TECHNICOLOR
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:s n< a : 'Ccupied
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To have a home to go to when the
day's work is done.
Have you prepared a "Home" to go
to when you have come to the "end of
your days?"
MOUNT NEBO is the Cemetery of Dis-
tinction for Discriminating Families.
Our Director. Rabbi S. M. Machtel Will Confer
With You at Your Invitation.
PHONE 3-3720
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PPJDAY. MARCH 17, 1944
+JewisliFk>rkiian
PAGE THREE
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
<... i *Ol
O^ft*a*aMMXIdXh0S>a%
Mr. '"Il
haw visiting
Mrs. Sam Fricdland
ig them, Mr. Fried-
brothei and sister-in-law,
grind Mrs OorKc iWedlMd.
Captain B. J- Coleman now
.membei of the armed forces,
{^returned to town for a visit.
Mr and Mrs. Carl Lockshin
and Shirley Kay arc visiting Mrs.
Kckshin's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
U h. Darsky.
Mis, Mariorie Fisher, daugh-
JrfDr and Mrs. Frederick. H.
gfcei i > 5925 La Oorce Drive.
Miami Beach, has returned to
Jin. I V Of Michigan. Ann
Arboi. after B visit here.
BRIS
Mr. and
Mrs. J. Logan an-
birth of a son. The
Bris Milah will take place Sun-
day March 19. at their home
2385 S W. 15th Street, at 3:30
ni ith Rev. Philip Fried of-
ficiatinK Friend* are invited.
1: E I',i ith Milah and Pidyon
Haben ol the son of Mr. and
mtwttm
Mrs. Tom Williams, 404 S W
Ninth Avenue, took place at 4443
Prairie Avenue on Sunday, with
Kabui S. M. Machtei officiating
On Thursday, at the St. Francis
Hospital, Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiated at the Ui ith Milah of
the son of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard
Bear, 4410 N. Jefferson Avenue.
New York Handicap in 1940; Isa-
dore Bicber's hard-hitting mare,
Moon Maiden; Townsend B. Mar-
tin's Bankrupt, a winner at Hia-
leah Park; and Circle M Ranch's
fleet-footed Copperman.
Completing the list are C. B.
DeBerry's Cory don, one-time
stakes winner for Greentree Sta-
ble; Roy Hullings' Arrow Rock;
Margaret Mac Collum's Reztips,
and F. A. Piarulli's Legation.
MIAMI UNION PRINTERS TO
BE HOST TO CONFERENCE
Miami Typographical Union
No. 430 will be the host to the
Florida Typographical Confer-
ence which convenes here on
Sunday and Monday, March 19
and 20.
Delegates will be here from
all the Typographical unions in
the state, and prominent speak-
NAVAL EXPANSION HERE IS
GIVEN BIG BOOST IN BILL
UNVEILING
p
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Marv
Lazarus was held Sunday, March
12, at 2 p. m. in Mi. inl-oo Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
officiated. Arrangements were
under the personal direction of
Sidney H. Palmer oj the Palmer
Monument Company.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of Abraham Fried-
man was held Sunday, March 12,
in the Jewish section of the
Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Ar-
rangements were under the di-
rection of Sidney H. Palmer of
the Palmer Monument Company.
. (is that are well known in the
MARCHANT CAMPAIGN state will be present to address
MANAGER OF GRAHAM ^STS^g- of Miam, Typo-
Miami. Fla.Captain Japtha
former Polk county rennsenta-
A telegram received here this
week from Congressman Lex
Green, candidate for governor,
is of interest to this area. It
stated:
"In bill approved by House
Naval Affairs Committee and
which will be considered by the
House next week, an expenditure
of $1,945,000 for expansion of
naval facilities in Dade County
was included in the Navy's esti-
graphical Union are Allan J. Ed- mated $11,070,000 for navalI ex-
l'iu,.lmVr'.'j;,,'m.,'^n I wards, president, who will wel-1 pansion in Florida. $1,560000 of
Lakeland attorney and com(i g conforcncc to tht. clty; this amount will be expended at
W. L. Rollins, vice
da-y warmed6 SSStSSA &">"* 'riudson, U3S 2O0
SShS b/ Sen. Ernes'R^ 2* **3Z2* *" **"* K*
president; the Richmond Naval Air Station.
""i.OOO at the Miami Naval Air
ion and $60,000 at Dinner
Specially Packed
and
"Packed" With
VITAMIN "C"
Send Boxes to Your
Relatives
and
Friends!
LtlSOiOIMi
Select,
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SPECIAL PRICES
23 LD. DOX ............1.65
30 Lli ', BUSHEL.....1 5
45.LU. BOX ............2.9b
K LB BOX ......5.25
- BUSHEL....... 3.75
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INC.
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OBITUARIES
Word was received here this
week of the death on Wednes-
day of Mrs Rebecca Davis. 57,
of Chicago. III. Mrs. Davis was
the mother of Mrs. Myron New-
man of Miami. Mr. and Mis.
Newman are in Chicago and will
be present at services which
will take place today
ham, candidate for governor.
"As a member of the Florida
legislature." he said, "I have seen
and greatly admired the legislat-
ive work of Senator Graham. Be-
cause of his business-like under-
standing of Florida's needs and
opportunities, and because of his
wide practical experience and his
recognized ability to carry <>ut
his program, I believe Ernest Gra-
ham is the outstanding candidate
in the race for the governorship."
Captain Marchant. after serv-
ing as Polk county representative
from 1937 to 1939. declined to
seek re-election and returned to
his private practice. He is a
former citv attorney of Lakeland
and built Radio Station WLAK
there, and operated the station
for five years.
Completing a survey of the
state Captain Marchant said there
it a definite state-wide trend to
the support of the Dade county
farmer-business man.
of the arrangements.
Key.'
A WAR VETERAN
A RIGHT TO
HAS
ASK
He's too busy now fighting the war for
you, to worry about post war job*. But
he'll have A RIGHT TO ASK when he
returns, what YOU'VE done about It. Sen.
Ernest R. Graham, World War I veterr .
knows we MUST provide work. Expe
enced as a farmer-business man he kno
HOW!
^^^^^^ Elect
ERNEST II. GRAHAM I
the AIM.- FLORIDA GOVERNOR
_^_^_^____^^_ Paid Political Ad .^MiSWiMBiM

f
Louis Lester. 61, of 1121 8th
St., Miami Beach, died Saturday
in a local hospital after a brief
illness. He came to Miami from
1 New York six weeks ago to spend
the winter. He was a retired
merchant. He is survived by his
wife, Pauline, of New York City.
and daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Tou-
bail, of Miami. The body was
returned to New York by the
Palmer Funeral Chapel.

GABLES HANDICAP HAS
LARGE LIST OF ENTRIES
Coral Gables.Seventeen nom-
inations wire received by Rac-
ing Secretary John Turner for
the $5,000 added Coral Gables
Handicap, the mile and a furlong
test for three-year-olds and up-
ward that will highlight the pro-
gram on Saturday at Tropical
Park. The list embraces the
narn.es of the best thoroughbreds
in winter training, the majority
being stake winners, and candi-
dates for the $10,000 Tropical
Handicap, the closing day piece*
de-resistance, April 8
Nominees for Saturday's im-
portant fixture include Mrs. Ed-
ward Mulrenan's First Fiddle,
winner of three stakes in '43. in-
cluding the Louisiana Handicap
at New Orleans; Mrs. J. Eiting-
! er's Sir Marlboro, hero of the last
running of the Tropical Handi-
cap in 1943; Mrs. Man** Evans'
Shot Put, winner of the $50,000
onor
of (P.
'ateover

w... and you'll just wave your hand and make any climate you wish
ft
MANlS.r.HEWITZ
&ATZ0 MEAL- FARFEL CAKE MEAL WHOLE WHEAT MATZO EGG MATZO
ELECT
SERVICE MEN
And WOMEN
ACT NOW
Preserve the Freedom for
which you FIGHT
Write todoy to Secretary of Stoie,
Tallahassee, for your ballot
1 \ \ k D .
L'PCHURCB
GOVERNOR
UPCHURCH
FRANK D.
Firsf. on his programVeterans
E IS A VETERAN
W,
OULDNT it be heavenly tr
live in a house that makes
Its own weather...that's balmy
in January, cool as a mountain
top in July...regardless of what
the thermometer says outdoors?
AIL THIS Will SI A REALITY I For to-
morrow your new Gas air-con-
ditioning system will give you
"weather as you want it" at the
flip of a finger.
But climate control is just one of
the wonders of comfort being de-
veloped in the laboratories of the
Gas industry today. Here are
some of the other things in store
for you.
TOMORROWS MIRACLE KITCHEN...
'so cool, so clean, you'll love every
minute you're in it.. .where a new
Certified Performance Gas range
gives you speed in precision cook-
inesaves food values and work I
NEW MAGIC IN REFRIGERATION...a
silent Gas refrigerator with cool-
ing units that will keep all kinds
of food fresh longer meats, veg-
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save you hours of marketing time!
A "HOT SPRING" ON TAP... an auto-
matic Gas water-heating system
that will provide hot water galore
...effortlessly, economical!,
make all housekeeping easie-
These are just a few of the woi
ders that will be brought to yc
tomorrow by the tiny blue Gas
flame...the flame that cools a
well as heats.
You can speed that day by using
Gas wisely... by conserving it for
vital war production...and; by
savmi;-forthat magichomeof ,
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FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1944
REGIONAL COUNCIL or
WELFARE FUNDS Wnl
MEET ON_MARCH 19$
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ,
ville; Louis Heiman Miw
Isaac Heller, New Orleans am'j
Morris Rosenblum, Nashvilie
Local discussants taking iw.*
in the other conference
Yes, the lights are going on again, for
us and for peoples all over the world.
For uswith the help of a successful
Federation 1944 United Appealwe will
share in as a community the benefits all
of us locally will derive through a thriv-
ing Jewish activity in our Y.M.H.A.'s,
Jewish Education Association, Miami
Hillel Foundation and Servicemen's pro-
gram of the Jewish Welfare Board.
Yes, all of us in working and contribut-
ing our share -accepting our responsi-
bility will kindle the spark that will make
those lights go on again and stay on.
Ours is the privilege to work and
givein one effort to help 40 agencies.
all for the good of our brethren and our-
selves. Do your part when called upon
join in and contact others that they may
also be privileged to participate. Put the
1944 United Appeal of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation starting Sunday over
the top Do your bit to make those lights
go on again that much sooner.
several of the big gift divisions.
."In order for our campaign to go
over the top," Mr. Blank said,
"we must have the participation
of tin' rank ami file of the com-
munity. It is the small contri-
butor that will put us over the
lop" The campaign organiza-
tion m addition to the chairman
and Mr. Goldman, executive di-
now is m the hands of the oP- rectol. iru.!uii,.s:
i, workers and contributors j h R stein treasurer; Lt.
[f each does his duty, and does it c, E1 Sl,u. Maj Miu.,u>u
Workers to Hear
Sen. Pepper At
Meeting Sunday
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Millar
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
PREDICT ACTION AGAINST
NATIVE BORN FRENCH JEWS
When ubiquitous Fred Shochet
i invited us to contribute literary
early, we will ao over the top u/olfson, Capt. Baron deHirsch gen s to this space, he warned us
in providing for Jewish needs lo- Meyer and chaplain Colman A.' sternly against reviewing books,
cally, nationally and overseas for Zv/itman. honorary vice chair-I "People aren't interested in things
the year to come. Because our mi,n; Leo Ackerman. Day J. Apte.l which only concern them rcmote-
n"a. !\?JlQV cl',nt.h,hor than Albert B. Bernstein. George ly," he admonished. "Give them
hat for 1943 contributions must Chertkof, Dr. Frank Corel, Jack facts."
iLZ7eSe. ,,..* liSgL by, that Dubinsky. Samuel N. Friedland, At the risk of earning amiable
7n ?U be m?w^hanIFLr %?$? bcr*' ^^ Heiman' Benjamin N. vote this column to books. To
uf< h^ t P cent to off- K Dr Jacob H Kaplan Sam. us th foiiowing books socm im.
U0*esuonorten, wKTS^IuS Uel KatZ' Arthur Lavi"- Man"' P0rtan a,,d W ^ that "*
uS%X^whcTSow arl wt?h Ljberman, Mark Max. Mrs. Ma- messages are of direct concern
h,. armJ? f V u ,1 llkla Ratner, Dr. Albert E. Ros- to each of us.
worid" Wa thC l,1,ha1' Morton Russack. Mrs. Wed like to mention first two
. ', .....Henry Seitlin, William D. Singer, old standbvs. "Undo Q ., by
The largest recipient in the 44 Harry Sirkin. and Harry Zuker- John Carlson, and "See What I
drive s the Lnited Jewish Ap- nick, vice-chairmen. Mean," by Lewis Browne If
peal, which comprises the United Divisions and their co-chair- you have not read either of these
mw3& Appeai,-, the J"in,t men follow: two exciting books do so immedi-
tribution Committee and the Na- Initial Gift. Sam Blank and ately. You can secure conies
S^r'S7^' the three Benjamin E. Bronston; Special through this office. If % own
major agencies which cover the Gift, Stanley C. Myers and Carl copies and have finished with
w t SSSS2 of5,fKWX ln Weinkle; Advance' Gift, Albert them we would be obliged ifTou
and vl? tnWh ,bulldlnK Kahn and Max OrovitZ, with would send them to us V.V11
and expansion of Palestine and Herbert E. Scher, vice-chairmen; Bee that they get wide distribu-
the rehabilitation refugee work. Men's. Milton Friedman and Sol i,,, g UC aistribu-
the^rive8Sde^h^Miami'an'd Goldstrom' Wlt,h ^^i ** Anolh" bo(,k which should be
M ami Beach Y MLAW H A SS? S? vice-chairman; Women's a must on your reading list and
iniumi oeacn Y. M. & w. H. A. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and Mrs. is of direct concern not nnlv to
organizations, youth and charac- Monte Selig; New Gift, David every w b t" v \
Jowish" Wnl?,r nin^ltut'onS: th0 Phillips and Monte Selig; Ar- erafis "Gennanv \V, Tr v A J n"
RoS^mfn n n xa Schwartz; Speakers, Rabbi Max of World War II otK""ng
..^Sr^^^toTS: ST and Rbb' Ire Uht- AiSfSSJsPl '" ,hi?
ami Jewish Federation, issued an _________________ thn rB,n toge element of
urgent appeal for all captains to Albany (JTA)-Two measures lincSf ttfftE?tJ!?h "
be present at the rally and for designed to prohibit discrimma- en"to dominato the w^irt".'
l^^J??^.^^!^^"> employment and to in- organizing Tor' the p^^wa?
even before the last war was ov-
er. She shows how these cyi
ruthless seekers for power used
Zurich (JTA)Sweeping meas-
ures against Jews in all parts of
France are predicted in the Swiss
press in connection with infor-
mation reaching here from Paris
that the Gestapo has completed
a compilation of lists of all Jews
born in France.
are: Public Relations: VV iC
erman, Jacksonville; A L' FVto
man, Atlanta; Frederic KulW
New Orleans; AJexanderlSg
Miami, and Lee B. Weil S
mingham. Fund Raising: FYanJ
Garson, Atlanta; David Ham,
Jacksonville, and Janus L Vn
mutt, Birmingham. BudgehW
George Chertkof, Miami; ^
Irving Goldstein, Alexandria
and Hirsch Kaplan. Nashville'
Community Organization: David
Fichman, New Orleans, and Her
man Heyman, Atlanta
In addition to the co-chairman
the Conference Program CW
mittee includes the lollowimr
Day Apte Tampa; Philip Cole-
man. Jacksonville, an 1 Stanley
C. Myers, Miami. ley
The Miami delegates are
George Chertkof and Louis Hei-
man. Abraham Gannes, execu-
tive director of the Miami Jew-
ish Education Association, and
Alexander Miller, director of the
Florida office ADL, will also at-
tend the conference.
London (JTA) The British
government is not likely to make
any decision on the Palestine
question shortly, although respon-
sible British circles are convinced
the present state of affairs can-
not continue much longer.
TUomi
for Rest
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nSorf '" canv:assinS a large crease civil rights protection
number of prospects in order to
assure the success of the drive.
Sam Blank, president of Fed-
eration, in a campaign eve state-
ment, asked members of the com-
munity not to take an attitude of
optimism because of the success
of pre-campaign activity among
were introduced in the New York
State Senate this week by Sen-
^^^%^-^.^l^i^-S-^ as a polS wS
up a state fair employment com-
mission empowered to compel
employers to cease discriminat-
ing against any workers be-
cause of race, creed or color.
The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices. 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami Fla
P. O. Bor 2973____________________________Phone M141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Subscription1 Year, $2.00
Six Months, $l.ot
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17 1944
ADAR 22, 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 11
pon. And as you read, you are
reminded of disturbing parallels
in our present American scene
And you realize that unless we
will Germany try it again but
even ,n defeat, the Nazi philoso-
phy may triumph here. Copies
ahrAD1Laolf,cerPUrChaSethr0Uh
The Brook Club
presents
Jane Pickens
DIXIE DUNBAR
DORR STUART
BARRY WINTON'S ORCHESTRA
PEDRO AND HIS RHUMBA BAND
Reservations Telephone 6-2658
Buy War Savings Bonds
REGISTER NOW
You must re-register tc
vote in the coining elec-
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since the books have been
opened, do so immediate-
Y. Books are open in
the courthouse. Don't wait!
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New Years Day 1944
Dear Jake:
Thanks for your V-mail letter. It has been trying to catch
up with me, for I received it two days ago.
Let me congratulate you on your election as Campaign
Chairman for the Federation drive. It is a hard job, but one in
which I know you will succeed, especially with the coopera-
tion and help of the Community.
Today is New Years and I want to wish you and all my
friends a very happy, healthy and joyous New Year. Looking
at 1943 in retrospect, it was a good year in many ways.
Africa was rescued from its oppressors. Sicily and Corsica
were freed and much of Italy. Russia had pushed the Nazi
horde on its march back to Berlin. It saw the Japs kicked out of
the Aleutians. It saw the conquest of the Solomons, the start on
Rabaul and also saw the Japs wiped out in the Gilberts. Ger-
many has seen her cities crumbled by our block busters and
the Japs can see the handwriting on the wall.
In America things look brighter also. War production has
advanced. Ships, planes and ammunition are being turned
out to meet our requirements.
Greater Miami has also known the goodness of 1943. From
etters and newspaper reports reaching me, conditions are ex-
J
J
cellent. The turnover of merchandise has been tremen-
dous. Most people have earned and made more money
than before. Real estate has been active; sales have been
profitable; rentals have been high, and money has been
saved. The lights are on again in America and prospects
for the future look bright. For these good things you should
all be grateful.
Butthings are not all this rosy throughout the world.
There is still a war going on, and with it pain, suffering,
torture, sickness and death. Your loved ones and millions
of other men like them, are scattered throughout the world
working, fighting, dying so that we and the rest of the
world may live in peace, freedom and comfort. We have a
long road to travel before ultimate victory is reached.
In the meantime our brethren in the occupied coun-
tries of Europe are being murdered, tortured and starved
to death by the Nazi gangsters as a last means to try to
strengthen the fast dwindling morale of "Der Vaterland"
and as an alibi for the losses and defeats they are sus-
taining. The quicker our victory in Europe the sooner will
the Jews and all the other minorities and oppressed peo-
ples of the world be rescued from death or a living hell
and again be given the opportunity to see the light of day.
The Jewish agencies need money to carry on the work
to help the Jews of Nazi Europe. The Jewish Welfare Board
needs money to help boys of all faiths in the service.
Money is needed to help the meet the Jewish problems
on all the home fronts.
I understand your goal for Greater Miami this year
is approximately $190,000. This is a challenge to Jewry
of Greater Miami which they must meet. They dare not
fail at this time.
As I write this letter, I wonder how many at home
would like to trade places with our unfortunate brethren
in Hitler's Europe? Or how many would trade places with
those of us on the war front ducking in and out of fox
holes? None I am sure. Yet, no one is asking that you
trade places. All met is being asked of the folks at home
is to give so that we may in a small degree at least help
keep alive some of the Jews of Europe and help meet
our problems on the home fronts as well.
I remember last year I had the privilege of a leave
and flying home to attend the opening breakfast of the
Campaign and making my contribution personally. This
year I will not be that fortunate. Nevertheless as a mem-
ber of Federation I still desire to contribute and you may,
therefore, consider this letter as my subscription for $3,-
000. I am sorry I am not there to do some of the work for
you as well, for I know what a tremendous and thankless
job you have. I can only remind my friends back home
that this year theirs' is the privilege and opportunity of
giving. Let us not abuse that privilege nor miss the op-
portunity.
Our time to give is here. Let us make the most of it.
Yours for Success,
BARON deHIRSCH MEYER.
IN WAR GIVE MORE
1944 UNITED APPEAL
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
1002 CONGRESS BUILDING TELEPHONE 3-5411
Opening March 19th Greater Miami Will Raise $189,095
IMS PAGE MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE CO-OPERATION OF THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN



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FRIDAY, MARCH 17,
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CHAPLAIN WRITES
Benjamin B. Goldman, executr
Federal!.m. is pietur, I
the opening rally of the 1944 [
Sher., chairman of the drive-
REGISTER nOUl!

I RESPECTfULLY SOLICIT YOUR
CONSIDERATION AND SUPPORT.
My conduct and record of service
as a laithiul. public-minded com-
munity servant, speaks lor itself.
George S. Okell
Candidate for Legislature
GROUP 1
| Ad. 1 le
10 RACES
NIGHTLY
DAILY DOUBLE
2nd ft 3rd RACES
QUINIELAS
EVERY RACE
*
POST TIME
8 P. M.
ADMISSION 25c
No Minon Admitted
2 BIG FEATURES
THE ST. PATRICK'S
TROPHY
and the
SHAMROCK FUTURITY
SPRINT
TRANSPORTATION ROUTES lO BISCAYNE
Take Miami Tramit bui No. 10 out to N.W. 7th Avenue and 103rd
Street; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Avenue to 107th Street,
or Op*-Lock* but out N.W. 7th Avenue to 11 5th Street. FREE
TRANSPORTATION FROM THESE POINTS TO TRACK
------------------------------\---------------------------
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1
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TRACK V3S
115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Av-es
BT FEDERATION
Friday evening and Saturday
!
I worship this ^--^ will Im
Sab
I :, Ral tnical
Great r Miami, as
- leaders.
and
tc tne
n ol Templi is-
-y
Miami
ration. Last
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: :: .,::\ -. ars Si I
New J' r v.
municatii
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A irch 8. 1!44
MR JACOB SHER.
C
M.ai: ; Ji A'i
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1002 Coi
Dear Mr SI
I truly appn
era!
whu kept !:' .m :
with the progn -- I
:
i honorary
an in I llk<'
the many othei
nity '' val
brai rvici I am
deeply interested in federation
progress That
ited in bold red rs on
v. ar m
:. II greal st< i
munity and
Federation has
strides in the
few yea It hi
the progress ol the Gi
i i Miami Jewish Community,
that reason it is im-
I pui i inly to the
resi I Miami, hut
its entei li nts
ervi
Yo i vt ill recall the prayi r I
the soldier in Willia
"Tlie Human Coi I "
get me back t" Ithaca, I
IProtect everybody Keep the
town there. Let m< walk l
its streets. Keep the h
empty lot next door Keep I
harp and the piano and '
Keep the railroad Mark- 1
can see the tram- go by Keep
the world where it is and .
me a chance to gel to it w I
I want to bein Ithaca Get,
me there, Lord, il you can
that's all." Tin people hack
home have : v : i iuS and
solemn resp ityto keep
Ithaca tlie way it was, at its best;
>to keep the community worthy
c! the idealizing homesickm
the men who ar.- away, to pic-
serve all that they remember
as beautiful, decent and noble
m the community
Certainly in the Greater Miami
Jewish Community, Federation
had acquired an honor I and
noble place it is, th >r< : re, the
duty of the Jewish Con
to advanct tie progress ol Pi I
eration n of the 1- ,. and n |
national institute i,- an I I .1
which Federation includ
only for the stricken and
also for their own sal
then- own self-respect, and
thin loved ones in tin
who yearn to gel i a
Ithaca, wiio.se name 1- Miami
and who want to see its institu-
tions, its houses of worship, and
its Federation functionitm fully
and at its best,
It may be of interest to you
to know that in the various
camps the men themselves ,,r-
mlniature Jewish Federa
GREEN FOR GOVERNOR HAS
OFFICES NOW AT BEACH
Lex Green for Governor of
Florida supporters have formed
thr Friends of Lex Green organi-
zation and opened offices at 305
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, ac-
cording to announcement today
I v la n Cooper.
; -Li x Greens long service in
Congress and particularly in his
capacity as Congressman at
Large has given hjm an under-
standing and appreciation of the
conditions, problems and .needs
Ol every part of the state said
I en Cooper, of the Miami Beach
Friends ol Lex Green organiza-
tion "He has been a Florida
taxpayer nearly all of his 51
v. irs and understands through
,1 experience the problems
confronting local, county and
-tale government. His broad ex-
nce and understanding of
these matters fit hmi best to
the grave problems which
will confront Florida during the
war reconstruction period.
H, i, ts been tried and found not
ting, He is not a candidate
section, special interest.
,. or faction, hut is a candi-
date of all Florida and its people.
LEGAL NOTICES
I WANT MY MILK
present
also to
in the
Notice Is hereby kI\cii ikII------.
drr.iRned. deMrln* ... KI*1 *
nesa under the fi.-titt,.Y,iM' hi
KLB1MAN WIIOl'lSA "f. "*
Florida, intend t.. ,, .*,.' .Jlim\
In th. office of the *. krJ?{5S
cult Court of Dade '* ">"M
HERMAN K'lfeS
M. SLEPIAN*1**
MAX R. SILVER, ''"A'N-
Attorney for Appln,,.,..
2/25 S/3-10-17-24 "'
NOTIC 13 U hereby civm ,T"~~|
unoa/alaned. BERNAUU oTa*al
MAX STEVENS. FltA\riraV9
vkn.s. 1111:1:1 s\ M ;,Vv' KM
fukhuno and
mabS
:,l
----- BAMUEL
am co-ptirtnei-H doing l.iiHiL.
the rioUtloua name stV,^
MARKKT8 at M01 N VV tti '^N
Miami. Florida. Intcn.l ,YelniiH
flctltloua name I., the RE"H
Clerk of th.- ClKultCew^J
County. Florida t-our|. Ue]
BERNARD ptfvp*.
MAX BTEVENR*1
PRANCES ST kvkvb
THERESA MlHB*
JACK MIIJjKl*"
ROSE iii..\.\k
MARION FRERlJMi
SAMUEL BuSnT0-
Apptfcaja]
MY Kits A
By Louie.
11 KIM,\\
Helm:,1
Attorney* for Applicant!
I/SS 3/3-10-17-24
And Be Sure It's
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
'll.e
1 \ .
N" HEREBY GIVEN th.it
M li ma Klti ha,
' T..\ 1 '.:-
Hi led I he Tlh da) '.
\ i' tm In my
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1 tax deed to 1 hei n Si.nl
the 1 illowina de-
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NOTICE IS HE11KHY QIVMM
Hi.- underalaned. demrlng e, ",.
in biiMin.-ss 1111,1. 1 1 hi iiTi.,..
..f ATLANTIC SFNI.ltY M
SHOP, at 111:: Colllnn Avcbm u,
Beach, K1...M... ;
aid nama wiih the 1 '. ,'
Cult Court of Dail* r 1 mty F"',,
'|"-';> HARDNBi
BA IC\ ( \i:|i.\i-|(
MAX It SILVER K
Attorney for aph
:i/::-iu-i7-2i-:ii
IN TIIK COUNTY II !m;i-s cut
IN AND FOR h.VI.K tfli-Ntrl
FLORIDA. IN PltniiATE J
No li,-.
In Ho ESTATE (iF EVALWi
.1 IK. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cradttora ai d
Imk Ckilmfl :- i-. n anda \nm
s.iiii Batata
Y.pu. and each of you, ar* h
notlfi.-il an,I r-,| llreil j .
1 lalma and demand). rtli i. >
.11 h.-r of you. m.'o li.e 1 .
eatata <>f BVALINA K COOK.
I late of Oi
nertlcut, to the Hnn W. I
TON, County Juik-.. of Dad,
and fli.- the aam< .. 1
. u 111v 1 "..in 1 hiiu Cm
Florida, wniiin .-.!,
from the date of the
hereof. Said la an- ,.1 di
contain the lean .(
claimant and to be
: tented as aforeaald nne wl
bai red. Bee s., o.
; Probate A,i
I >.-o.. Pebi .1 iry 21
CARL W WHALBI
As \ li lie \ \l\ ..-
Eati......I BVAI.IN \ K roOK
MAX K BILVBR
Attorney f..i An.
A.linlnlMtint. r
10-17-M
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR :
TAX DEED
Chaptei 17461 \. '.- of 1M
Pile a
Nl T1CE IS HEREBY UIVEN
Thomaa .1 and Maud. K Mae
.1 st.. te and 1 !ount) T ix Can
No MM issn.-.i u*e 1 day of
A. I> 1940 lia.s filed myofft
and haa mad.- application f'.r 1
deed to be 1mu<-,i thereon Said"
tlfloata ambrace* ih< followlai
acrtbed property li. Ihe founty '
Dade, State of Plorldn, i"-wit
1^.1 ;.. Block Z3. Amended -I
Crifflnar BiM-ayne Park Etata
Plal Book \t. !"": 1, '" ""i
County of Dade. State of F
I.I.I
The aaseaament ol *al Pr
under the amid oertlflcata wae it
nama of 1! II. Howeli
Knleiw anld certifl.-i.K- shall tl
l-.ni.-il a.-eordlnK t" l-'-. "", rr.op^5|
described therein will b* #M t" j
ddder at tl. Coon "fj
flri Monday B 1
la
Itaj
1 L Boom Pane
pi opei iy
Id !.. the
hluheat
th.-
of IV
not
hut
for
1 1 1 .
tu their
ld< r. at 1 1" House
the first Monda the month
' H>rl -u whu h 1 h. ...1 day
f A nrll. 1941
l*4.
K II l.i:\ rflKRMAN
..in
1. id. County, I 1.,
-.
IRRETT, 1. C.

month of April, 1944, which
3rd day of April, 1944
Dated this 22ml da]
1944
K I! I.KATIII.KMAX
Clerk of Circuit ('oori
Dad.- Count), Fioiioa
By 1. M '
11 ii.iiit Court Beat)
I 2:. 1/3-19 M
1- l
Notice U hereby BJVi lhj< *'
derail.....I. deeirlni lc "?:a*'"!r,
neaa under the flctitloui raw!
DCNHILL'S. intend* u fjW*.l
name I" the otfi.e of the "*rt_gj
Circuit Court of Dad. ''".""Vi.fa
nBOROE .. AD*
RONNY Ml-11-
MILTON A FRIEDM Vs-
Attorney for Appllo
t/ll 13 .1 1 -10-17
ganix.
tions.
tions. In our camp, for instai 1
we are having a United J. u
! Appeal with ->
tainly,
Jewisl
way over th(
GREATER
MIAMI'S
MOST
CONVW*NTly
LOCATED
OOGTRACX
$2,000 goal Cer-
tainly, in proportion, our Miami
Jewish Community ought to KO
MfftnftXer U'," '"" ;"1'1 Pa8 the
5200.000 mark easily,
I know that yen. e 1.,
chairman.

"The enemy watches and lis-1 "Think before you talk" Gen-
tens." Prime Minister Winston eral George C. Marshall and Ad-
Churchill, miral Ernest J. King.
gn ater victory f, our country
and cause which shall surely
come by the aid of God
in our day. '
Most faithfully youri
CHAPLAIN' COLMAN
A ZW1TMAN.
Chapel 5, Camp Wood
Fort Monmouth, N. J.
NIGHTLY
EXCEPT
SUNDAY


,Ay, MARCH 17. 1944
-Jewlstincrkflar?
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Of
MIAMI ARMYNAVY^COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewh* Federation
The Jewish Walters Board
Hlp Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Ssrvice
WOMEN'S FIELD ARMY
IN EDUCATIONAL MEET
SERVICE
The Greater Miami Army-
Committee want, in-
letters receivad
NaY
jS'lho*"* ssrvice. The~
STi ea for publication
I the Service Parade Page
!?Th1 Jewish Floridian. the
u? preu and nations
JSficaiions. Send original
^copies of these letter, to
?h. Army-Navy Committee,
fox 2973. Miami 18, Jl.
?hese will be returned if
guested. Make it possible
?everyone to know where
Z, Servicefolk are, what
they are seeing and doing.
KORSAKOVS HAVE LETTER
FROM THEIR SON IN ITALY
Mr. Jacob Korsakov, 443 S. W.
Fourth Avenue, Miami, sends in
the following letter received
from his son in service, now in
Italy:
"I'm feeling swell and every-
thing is fine here. The weather
is perfect and the days are very
warm and sunny and the nights
are cold and clear and nice. We
have a nice place here and nice
quarters to live in and very good
food to eat. I am some place ki
Italy. We are right near a big Pyx. Philip Silverman. 24. of
city and it is nice here. The Pensacola, Fla., a paratrooper,
people are strange and the build- killed in combat, has been post-
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.
Frederick Goldstein, aviation ings and everything are so dif- humorously awarded the Purple meal.
Jbunceman 3-c, whose mother, ferent. Most of them are poor Heart. A veteran of seven years -------
On Monday, March 20th, the
Women's Field Army for Cancer
Control, will hold an all day can-
cer educational conference at the
Miami Women's Club, 1735 North
Bayshore Drive, starting at 9:30
in the morning. At 12:30 lunch-
eon will be served with Mrs.
Horace Ritchie, southeastern di-
rector of the Women's Field Ar-
my and chairman of the Bureau
of Public Welfare for National
Women's Clubs, as speaker. Oth-
er personalities at the conference
will include Mrs. Ambrose Diehl,
member of the National Field
Army Advisory Board and chair-
man of the war activities for the
National Council of Women: Mrs.
A. Malcolm Smith, the Florida
district commander; and Mrs.
Clyde Epperson, local command-
er.
The public is urged to attend
this educational program and
learn about cancer control. Res-
ervations for the luncheon must
be made by Friday, March 17th.
with Alice W. Thompson, 4-3634.
There is an 85c charge for the
GOVERNOR CANDIDATE
WILL TELL OF FLORIDA
De Funiak Springs.Only, a
part of the story of a progressive,
modern Florida's diversified at-
tractions, advantages and oppor-
tunities, has been told for the
benefit of the millions who would
come here after the war, Frank D.
Upchurch, candidate for gover-
nor, declared here.
"We must complete the job of
telling Florida's great story, and
the way to do that will be
through establishment of a state
directed program of advertising.
Such a program, from its incep-
tion," Upchurch said, "must be
entirely non-political and I pro-
pose that it be under the super-
vision of Florida writers and edi-
tors who know their subject."
"A sound program of advertis-
ing and publicity for Florida will
be another forward step in the
move to create a united state in
which there will be a balanced
economy and equal opportunity
for all worthwhile enterprise,"
Upchurch said.
irrinancimur. a-c, wnuc ...w.....-., >*. w. uiwi ac yuw neari. n. veteran oi seven years
" shirk1)' Berlin, lives at 1535 and none of them can talk Eng- of service in the army, Private
K-ridian Avenue, Miami Beach, hsh at all. The little kids go Silverman had seen duty in the
been wounded in action, the around the streets selling oranges Canal Zone before seeing action
ta, department announced or nuts and begging for candy in North Africa, Sicily, and final-
Prdncsday. or *** Even little boys five ]y Italy, where he was killed.
Mr, Berlin was advised that years old smoke cigarets nght ---------
-Vwas injured in an air- on the streets The people work Lt> David J. Roth of St. Louis,
ash in the Pacific. When all day for fifty or sixty cents M for bravery in acti0n dur-
home >n leave from the a day and they have very little in the Xtelian campaign, has
Mt S. ptember, he had food. The Germans took every- bccn decoratcd with the silver
noart in three major engage- thing of value and there is noth- Star Trapped by a group of
*1P '"K le'V" the St!;eS l I0'1 an3 zi soldiers, Lieutenant Roth
-----T oo ft? best wme a"d Jewelry and pickcd u a light machine gun
Lieut. Christopher Swart., 22. things are gone. The girls are which had faen from the R
on of Mr. and Mrs. William not as pretty as American girls of wounded American and shot
Bwarts. 750 Jefferson Avenue and there are so many kinds in them down Lieutenant Roth
liami Beach, was among recent every family that they run then sumrnoned his commanding
aduatcs who received pilot s around the streets like animals.
rings at Pampa Army Air Field, ________________
rem ------- CHAPLAIN HAROLD GORDON an entire -**;***
Heard from this week from
AMERICAN
RED CROSS
+
Zip the lip on military matters!
EPPERSON
FOR
officer, who dispatched troops
which succeeded in wiping out
T/Sgt. Robert Nation, 24. of
Chicago, 111., aerial photographer
and gunner, was wounded in c-
U was Sherrn^n Friedman. IS MOVD FROM THE BEACH
lormer active "Y" member, who ------
now a staff officer with the Chaplain Harold H. Gordon,
United States Merchant Marine, with the A.A.F.T.C. No. 1 on Mi- tion in the North African area.
ie greetings and good wishes ami Beach, will leave this area Originally in the medical corps,
all his Miami friends was re- for another post, it was learned Sergeant Natkin later transferred
eived from Italy, one of the here. Chaplain Gordon has been to the aerial photography service
ops made en route. The card a Jewish chaplain on the Beach of the army air corps and has
as dated February 14. post for the past 12 months and crossed both the Atlantic and
has taken an interest in many Pacific oceans in the perform-
Irt E. Selevan has just been 0f the activities here. He was ance of his duties.
aduated from Class 44C. O.C.S. tendered a farewell reception at---------
lool at Turner Field. Albany, which prominent Army officials Lt. Joseph B. Liebman. 28. of
.a., and has received his com- and community leaders were Houston, Texas, also a Flying
nission as a second lieutenant in prosent last Wednesday at the Fortress navigator, holds the Air
he army air forces. He is at True Farm Food Restaurant. Medal and three Oak Leaf Clust-
bresent spending a ten-day fur- _^_____________. ers and has completed at least a
lough with Ins parents, Mr. and -. ____ a.iM > r,r score of bombing missions on
A. Selevan, on Miami Lt- ffi?* kSSL S tZ nazi-held territory. Some months
ach. Youngstown O., holder of the Qn their to attack q^.
Distinguished Flying Cross and ^ installations in France.
. Prt Harold Margulies, 22. of Air Medal, has more than Z5 mis- Ljeutenant Liebman and his en-
|he Bronx, an infantryman, was sions in the big league of aerial tire crew were forced to bail out
lied in action in the invasion of warfare to his credit. Bombard- Qvcr tne English channel. An
Bicily. A graduate of Evander ier with the U. S. air forces in raF rescue launch picked them
philds hiKh school, he was in England, Lieutenant Malkin was aU after half an hour
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vJewisti FhrkJian
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B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
David Wilner, of the cultural
Committee, has advised that on
Friday, March 31st. the Dade
County Temples and Synagogues
are sponsoring B'nai B'rith night
Dave is chairman of tin* commit-
tee and is arranging to haw
lected members speak before all
of the congregations. This should
be a very interesting project.
The speakers will be announced
at ;. |uenl date. Tentative
arrangements have been made to
have Brothers Harold Turk, Lou
Heiman and Bill K ss< Iman.
Had an to take a jit-
ney to the I week. Nat
urally, this type ol transport
is as ci K'ded is ithers, but the
appalling thing was the number
of cur : who boi
lull rig itm >
without even giving passengers
chance I out.
nmisi Semi)
cru
<>f the bu our
a Coi
ucate oui
nti-S
which they

Taki your I
lulal
push, y
burn.
As thi to pi
plans ai

Lodge toi
Mian B
Made From Fresh Oranges
arc planned with much difficulty
by Brother Harold Turk, and too
many of us attend and take ev-
erything for granted. Out of an
organization of approximately
1.000 members, you should be
surprised to know that only ap-
proximately 25 are willing to lend
a constructive effort to the bet-
mi ol the Lodge and our
community relations.
Received a letter from Dr. Har-
Ol I Hand, now a captain in the
air force, stationed at Ellington
Field, Texas Harold says he is
now wearing boots and saddles
hting the battle of
Texas very diugi ntly. Ii this
keeps up we're going to take
tar. And to
you, Harold, if you should read
all of the broth-
i m isi.es to you
for h cuttings.
I had the delightful pleasure
' ith the colonel and his I
5 to Brot
and hi vely
lavs
.'
ropolitan
ima. Foi
I i t pn
t of I
I :. : .
i tantial
ish ; I lUt of 1
E1 r j contril
r. Hi i
E
i and hope
'. '.: st | .
A lot ol rs are b-
and
ther,
is in or oul Which-
way it goes, we know that
m will give a g ount
I: the brothers in the
'.in- column will
drop me a ; rd. 1 will \ e
ns of the
to > OU and yoi I
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an-I
nounced by the Greater Miami.
area are as follows.
NOTES OF Y.M.h.A
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Beth David: Late Friday eve-
ning services will be conducted
at 8:15 by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Louis Havman and the
choir will officiate. The A.Z.A.
boys of the Sigma Hbo Chapter
No. 517 will participate. David
Jacobs will deliver the sermon-
In view ol Fed* ration
bath Stanley Myers will discuss
Fi delation's Goal Mr. and
Mrs. Max Halpern will be hi
during the reception in honor ol
their wedding anniversary Sab-
bath services at 8:30 and Junior
services at 10:30 a. m.
Beth Jacob: Friday evening
servici s at t 45 Saturday morn-
ing the services will be at 7 and 9
o'clock. At 9 Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff will discuss the theme
lership in Practice." Junior
gregational services at 9:30.
During the Sholosh Seudos ser-,
at 0:45 Rabbi Leon J. Risi-
kofl will be guest speaker. Min-
nonair s< rvic<. tor boys betwei n
the ages ol 13 to IN under the
: Marvin Genet Sun-
day at 9:30 a. m. to be followed
by a Sisti kfast with a
discussion hour. All eligible I
are invited. Cantoi Maurice
Mamches will assist in the ser-
vices.
Miami Beach Jewish Center:
alias Shabbos ,.t ii:25 and
late Friday evening services at
8:15. Rabbi Irving L> hrn an will
n "To th. Heavy Heart-
What have the war y<
Cantor Abraham D.
will chanl
Dm ing the sen Saturday
ing al 9 o'cl k k, Bi i< e, the
son ol Mr and Mrs Phil Steir,
will ,,i mitzvah. In keep-
with Federation Sabbath,
I i Lehrman will di "The
' Community Junior
services at 10 a. m. Bible studv
undi r the direction ol Mc\ -
hon at 4 45 and Shalosh
at 6:20.
Schaarei Ze dek: Kaballas
Shabl ervices Friday evening I
at 7. Rabbi Simon April's theme
for discussion Saturday morning
Iat 8:50 will be Temple ol Old
land Synagogue of Today.'' Jun-1
|ior services at 10:30 conducted by |
the children of th( Talmud To-'
rah Bible class al 5:30 p. m. by '
Haobi April, with Sholosh Seudos
i following.
Temple Israel Regular Friday
evening services at 8:15. Rabbi
Jacob Tarshish will conduct the
services and Adolph Rosenberg
president of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations, rep-
resenting mure than 300 Reform
I Congregations in the United
States, will deliver a message to
the congregants. His subject will
be 'Judaism and the American
uews.i. recePtion, spon.~
by the Sisterhood, will follow
immediately after the services.
saopatn morning services ,,t 11
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation: Services are scheduled
"",Fndav. 6:15 P- m- and Sat-
SSH a'8;30a!" ;,"d5:15p. m.
Sholos Sudos will be Saturday at
5.30 p. m. A program of songs n |
^m.ros has been arranged for
thei occasion. Daily services at
8,30 am. and 0:30 p. ,. The
Mishnah group will meet da:
" '" i'd the Shulan Oruch
group at 6:40 p. tn
Beth Sholon Center. Miami
:'!' ,s,rVK- cheduled
'"' ^""day evening ,|
will be Francis I' Locke
a member of tl
of the Miami Daily \, ., ,,,.
will |P/*on"rh; Fiv, Pitfalll
il.CcahantrtheA
Portion of the serv.ee and lad fn
congregational singing Th
S!mS? SP *hosi '
Cantor A
ro,tpe.rmth,
th
In deference to Federation this column will not be 1
...is week. We of the "Y" urge everyone to read the SS*M
cerning the Federation campaign in this issue of the n Sc*l
We do this in the spirit of co-operation, as we cons'H ^1
duty of every Jew to give of his time and money to t" S
cause.
New York
(JTA)Selective I New York (JTAl^nTT-^.
si rvice headquarters announced S. Wise was the Ku, ,leI* this week that Jewish men will this week at a ri nn hon
not be inducted or sent for pre- Waldorf Astoria H induction physical examination
during the Passover week, April
8-15. In a letter to the Syna-
gogue Council of America, which
had requested that this be done,
5< lective service spokesman
stated that the Army and Navy
had both agreed.
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