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The Jewish Floridian ( March 24, 1944 )

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ihJewislh-IEIIiQjpidliiaun ^-THE JEWISH UNITY VOLUME 17 -No. 12 Federation Workers Inspired By Senator Pepper Sunday — o Five hundred men and women | Appeal you are acting as a segleft the Wofford Hotel. Miami ment of a great cause and a great Beach Sunday afternoon, I crusade to make the world a betmd with new commu-1 ter place, to make it indeed the nal pride and enthusiasm startgood earth. In this move you ed general solicitation of the 1944 will find that we in Washington are your abiding and understanding friends." What Federation is doing on the home front was eloquently explained by Mr. Myers, who told of the planning and fostering of local agencies. Welfare guidance for 12 months a year and constructive planning for a post-war world, and for j work during the remainder of the wir is being constantly carried on by Federation, he point-' ed out. As concrete examples Of the progress being made un-1 der Federation's guidance he pointed to the formation last (all of the Miami Beach Y. M. and W. H. A. and to the opening this year of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. Mr. Myers stressed the need for continued support for character-building agencies during unsettled times. In this connection he described the work being done for younger members of the community through the Miami and Miami Beach Y's. the I Hillel Foundation, the Bureau of ask.-d .i,:.:v o help those Jewj uh Education and th „ Glvat ith refugees who are able to asMiami cape from the clutches of the ac' MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS QUARTER MILLION IN BONDS BY B'NAI B'RITH 1944 Appeal ot the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. They heard Senator Claude Pepper and Stan ey C. Myers. Federation honorary president and cochairman of the Special Gift division, predict the goal of $189.095 will be surpassed if each can,, part. Senator Pepper, who dwelt on inten aspects of the status ol the Jews throughout hailed Jews as champions i .'ery truly liberal cause and move anywhere in the world. He declared that he and Senator 1 erl Wagner are working to have th< League of Nations aunsferred to a council of the United Nations Council so that the Palestine immigration question can be settled favorably "It is nol enough for you to give money to this campaign.' continui d the senator. "You : yourself as well. In exchani the blessings of living in thi United States, and parrly in Florida, you are cursed Hitler. "In contributing to the United er let Army-Navy Commit(CONTINUED ON PAOE •,, PRESIDENT HAILS U.J.A. FOR AIDING FIGHT FOR FREEDOM TM WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON to* 13, 1S44. tssUeaaai TU dlatrasa and eaffarlac *r• Torit (1?) <#j.,. Final figures on the Sholem Lodge 4th War Loan Drive show that the Lodge sold two and one-quarter million dollars in bonds. Milton Friedman, president, was chairman of the drive. The third bomber for the Lodge has just been named "Yours for Victory—Greater Miami B'nai B'rith." The previous two bombers were called "Spirit of B'nai B'rith Greater Miami" and "Spirit of Sholem B'nai B'rith." THOU PH TO DONATE SIX DAYS TO USE OF CHARITY Officials of Tropical Park today announced that one full week—six days—of the current meeting at the Coral Gables plant will !• devoted to chanty. This plan has been adopted by the directors of the association to take care of those agencies which have a definite claim upon the Miami community. Tentatively, the date has been set for the final week of the current meeting, Monday. April 3. through Saturday. April 8. These 1 last six days of the Miami season have always been strong In attendance and appeal and this year offers a further attraction in the running of the finest stake in Tropical's history, the $10,000 Tropical Handicap. Special efforts arc being made by track officials and by Racing Secretary John P. Turner to provide attractive daily programs that will hold the balance of handicap and allowance horses in the Miami sector throughout the week. It is the present intention of Tropical Park to set aside full proceeds from the week for division among Miami charitable institutions, as well as the War Chest and Red Cross. Fifty per cent of the profits are to be distributed to the Miami War Chest, including special sums to Protestant. Catholic, Jewish and local charities; 25 per cent to the American Red Cross; 15 per cent to the National War Fund, and the remaining 10 per cent to the President's Infantile Paralysis Fund, with one-hall of the proceeds of this charity to remain in Dado County to be largely used for veterans. A special non-profit-making corporation will be set up by Tropical Park under which all profits beyond the costs of operation will be devoted to the purposes outlined. YMHA TO RECEIVE AWARD FOR NURSERIES PROGRAM Campaign Reports Sunday to Show Optimism of Solicitors Results to date of the 1944 United Appeal for $189,095 will be announced at a joint meeting of division heads, captains and workers to be held on the third floor of the Miami Woman's Club. N. E. 17th Terrace and N. Bayshore Drive, at 11 a. m. Sunday. March 26. At this meeting campaign leaders will call for reports from all it, ill!? Gre ter Miami Jewish Federation, now in the midst o iv 4 4 M r" ss an,i urfM drive importa..-^ -all residents to contribute when In the message addressed to the National Chairmen of the wnited Jewish Appeal for Refugees. Overseas Needs and 1 alesn. I resident Roosevelt praised the nationwide campaign for 'in res ue and reconstruction, emphasizing that the U. J A. h-S ntr| buting to "the fight for decency, human dignity and i .'' ','"> f"r all to live in peace." 1944 will see Jewish communiin n" u fhout the United States striving for newlevels ftfKivhe nV; U, V r to ne| P "*<* the national quota of $32,000^00 for ne unifl l drive in behalf of the J. D. C, U. P. A., and N. R. S. First figures to be announced on the progress made towards the $189,095 goal of the current United Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be announced Sunday morning at the joint report meeting of all divisions at the Miami Woman's Club, 1737 N. E. Bayshore Drive, at 17th Terrace. those working in the campaign. This will be the first general report meeting and will be followed by a similar session at the same time and place on Sunday, April 2. This week two report meetings were held for the men's and women's division, the first, for Miami Beach workers, taking place at the Beach Y. M. and W II. A., 1 Lincoln Road, at 8 p. in. Wednesday. March 22. and the second, for Miami workers, at the Y. M. H. A., 1567 S W. Fifth Street, at 8 p. m. Thursday, March 23. Beach workers will have a similar meeting at the "Y" next Wednesday night and town. workers will report again at the Miam "Y" on Thursday night. "Each worker has an average of 10 prospects each from whom to obtain contributions." said Campaign Chairman Jacob Shor. "The success of this solicitation depends entirely upon the efficiency and faithfulness with which this canvassing is carried out. If each of the 500 workers in the men's and women's divisions obtain an adequate contribution from every prospective giver, we are sure to go over the top. It's up to these workers and their 5.000 prospects.'' PALESTINE RESOLUTION LODGE WILL OBSERVE HELD UP BY COMMITTEE ITS 25TH ANNIVERSARY Washington (JTA)—The House Committee on Foreign Affairs this week issued a formal announcement declaring that it wili take no action "at this time" on the Palestine resolution which urges free Jewish immigration to Palestine and the ultimate establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth there. MYERS ELECTED PRESIDENT FEDERATION, WELFARE FUND Word was received here this week of the unanimous selection of Stanley C. Myers as president of the southeastern region of the Council of Jewish Federations James T. Wilson, Superintendent of Instruction of Dade County, will give an award of merit to the YMHA of Miami next Thursday evening at a ceremony at the "Y." 1567 S. W. 5th Street. The award is in connection with the Y's service to the government's program of day nurseries. RED CROSS ENTERTAINMENT IS GIVEN BY MISS BROTMAN One of the major activities of the Red Cross hospital entertainment has been the night club shows brought twice a week to the Biltmore. Gulfstream and Nautilus hospitals for servicemen by Ruth Brotman. Night clubs send their entire casts and orchestras for these programs for bedridden servicemen. Another feature for the entertainment of Red Cross hospital work, now added, is the "microphone parade." a 30-minute program of music and nonsense by the radio personnel of WIOD. SAY YES TO RED CROSS. Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will observe the 25th anniversary of the local order with an initiation on Tuesday evening March 28th. at 8:15 at Temple Israel in Miami. The Louis Heiman class. named after the immediate past president in recognition of his services to the Lodge, will be ritualized that evening with all ceremonies in full uniform. Guests of honor for the occasion will be Sol Fass, district president, and Julius Fisher, district secretary. They are making a special trip for the occasion. Maurice Cromer heads the degree team, which includes Louis Heiman. Max Silver, Ernest Sussman and Milton Friedman, Lodge president, who will preside during the evening. The general public is invited. GOLDMAN IS MEMBER OF NOMINATING BODY Benjamin B. Goldman, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was selected as a member of the nominating committee of the National Conference Of Jewish Social Welfare. Louis Kraft, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Board, is president of the conference, which will hold its convention in May of this year. Miss Frances Taussig. executive director of the Jewish Social Service Association of New York, is chairman of the committee. EISENSTEIN NOW MEMBER OF BEACH REALTY BOARD and Welfare Funds. The elec-! tion took place at the '44 conference of the region, held in Atlanta last week-end. Mr. Myers received this recognition after a background of! many years of community activity, in the local and national fields. ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE IN REQUEST FOR HOSPITALITY Leo Eisenstein. Miami Beach resident for the past nine years, announced his association this week as a member of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors. Mr. Eisenstein, known as an authority on real estate, has offices located at 309 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, where he will give "dependable and conscientious real estate service." He has been in the building business, constructing a number of properties on Miami Beach and is a hotel owner. The Army-Navy Committee of Greater Miami has requested members of the community to invite servicemen to their homes for the Passover Sererg. Those in a position to accommodate servicemen for the Sedarim nights are asked to call the Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee at the Jewish Welfare Board office. 9-1323. RED CROSS DONATIONS HIT LESS THAN HALF WAY GOAL —Buy War Bonds Today— With contributions rolling in to Red Cross War Fund headquarters, Dade county's drive has reached less than half of its $464000 quota. H. H. Hyman, campaign chairman announced, in reporting that $168,179 had been received by Wednesday. II SUPPORT FEDERATION.



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PAGE TWO +Je*isbfk*j'.ed by Mrs. Arthur T:. and an able commitu i Inti ing plans will bt presented bmy the president. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky Members are cordially invited to come and bring a guest When You Think of Real Th nk Of Estate LEO EISENSTEIN R E A L T O R 309 Lincoln RoaJ Pftim 5-6479 Dependable Conscientious Service Leslie Balogh Bain, noted radio and news commentator, will be guest speaker at the refl mor.thlv meeting of the Sisterhood of Betii Jacob Congregauon. Monday, March 27th. at 8 p. m. at the svnagogue. 301 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Mr. Barn will speak on the subject. -International Affairs Today and Tomorrow." A fine program ment ha 'ola and Sasha Zoderin. Russ tertainers who hav rmed in all the large i Europe. try, will share hi nors witl I ..iV. XI Sistei I will esses I the i rship of 1 Congregal theii R Mi.M i-.:-. _. r, | : idi nt, will preside WORKMEN'S CIRCLE Arbeiter Ring Branch No. 692 of Greater Miami will present a &££ 'given by the we1-known writer and poet. H. U'v*,attt Arbeiter King Lyceum, M !" ington Avenue. March 26. at o D m Mr. Leivik is an important 5iS wish We His.bo Der Goilem and Snmates. wen dramatized and played on the Jewish stage with much BUC 11 The Arbeiter Ring a l 0 f Iheir vice-president, Mr. J. Epstein, maxing the soul district in ,lf of the Workmena i n Dates for his me< %  mg will be announced later. TEMPLE ISRAEL Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold a luncheon meeting Monday April 3 at 12:30 p. m. at Kaplan Hall Luncheon will be followed by election of officers. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish. Temple Israel s spiritual leader, will be guest ker. Reservation! must be m advance with any of the following: Mesdames Harold ^., x OroviU. M. B Rose. H Kaultmann. Benj. Landau. O. L' Mendelsohn. Florence Cromer, and L Kaufman. BEACH OT GiRLT At the last meeting, thp~nv"" B'rith Girls of Miami Beach ff vited eight new members £ their club and after the D C period a barbecue and swimmin party will be held at the hoB Miss Harriet Hart. me o! MIAMI PIONEERS BETH DAVID SPINOZA FORUM A. Z. A. TOWER THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th AT*. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fri. and Mat. Only Sat. March 24-25 // // Moonlight n Vermont WITH GLORIA JEAN FAY HELM Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Wed., Mar. 25-29 "THRILLING STORY OF AMERICAN FLIERS WHO DEFIED AN EMPIRE // Plans for a farewell affair for Milt Iman, president of the B'rith Lodgi an being formulated by the Miami Chapter of A.Z.A. No. 322. Otiur A 7. A and B.Z.B chapters will participate. Mr, F a very active participant in the Junior Order : B'nai B'rith, A.Z.A. and Florida district deputy. I n induct' I inl • %  armed services. The date for the affair has not been set. The Miami Chapter of A.Z.A. No. 322 is planning a parent's day ration at the B'nai B'rith Lodge meeting the second Tuesday in May. The plans for this affair are in the hands of a committee of which District Godol. Ted Sakowitz, is head. Prof Edward Clarke, of the Univ. rsitj I Mia i will bi I i euest speakei this Saturday aft • • im. under th< i i W :' Hth St \ B H Next Dr. J Flanklm Williams, also of the Un I mod Mian Christ lure at Spm : im on; M in tional Law" Beth David Sisterhood announces the sponsorship of a public Sader for the first evening of Friday. April 'th. The iwill take place in the Beth i auditorium with capacity ted to 200. Early reservaare suggested and may be ned by calling the office. 2 1473. Miss Isidor Cohen is in %  arrangements. The Pioneer Women's Club No 1 is making plans for their 5th annual donor dinner which wi be held in April. Mrs. I. R 0 *' U garten and her committee will an nounce further details. WORKERS' ALLI ANCE Jewish National Workers Aliiance Bialik Branch 290 will give a third Sader on April 10th. at 6:30 at the Jewish Center. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be the main speaker. ART ASSOCIATION M. B. JEWISH CENTER Last Thursday evening tht ami Beach Jewish Center held its annual election of officers and board members of the congregation for the new year. Elected were: Samuel Friedland, president: Joseph Rose, first vicepresident: Herman Berk, second vice-president; Dr. Sol Selevan. recording and corresponding secretary: Henry Ungerleider. financial secretary, and Harrv Sirkin. treasurer. Board members elected for a three year term include: Daniel Broad. Isidore Goldberg. Joseph Lipton. Raymond Rubin, and Harry Zukernick. An organization for the advancement of Jewish culture in Gn at( : Miami was formed under name of "The Jewish Art iation." A meeting will Bt thi Miami Beach munity Center. 1415 1 Avenue Thursday, March 30th. at 8:30 p. m. Dr. Alexander Mukdoni will be main speaker and Dr. M. J. CJlick will be the chairman. M. I. ORTHODOX CONVICT POLISH SOLDIERS FOR ANTI-JEWISH ACTIONS I London (WNS)—A number of i Polish soldiers who were convicted by British authorities for participating in anti-Jewish disturbances in Palestine were senj tenced recently to prison terms. 1 according to a report carried here this week by Reynold News. a Sunday newspaper It stated when the offending troops were arrested. Polish military authonties attempted to effect their lelease. Miami Jewish Orthodox Sisterhood will hold their regular meeting Tuesday afternoon at the synagogue at 2 o'clock. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y.M.H.A., will be the guest speaker. Buy a Rod and Reel AND RELAX For Your Health and Pleasure SHRDER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP S17 Wast Ava.. M. B. Ph. 5-1*23 OPEN EVENINGS NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH CONGRESS THE PURPLE HEART An entertaining program including vocalists. Mrs. Lillian Kraff %  and Mrs. Edith Land, character singer, both to be accompanied by Miss Anyuta Melicov. pianist, will be featured at the annual donor luncheon of the National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Sec• :. winch will be held Friday, March 21, at 12:30 at the Beachcomber Club. 1271 Dade Blvd.. Miami Beach. The affair climaxes the fund ing efforts of Council n during the past months and is the high spot of the Council ervations are limited and men to contact Mrs I, G. K chairman of the affair, imn ately. The Friday Review, sponsored by the women's division. American Jewish Congress, will meet on Friday. March 24. at 1:45 p. m. at the YMHA building. 1 Lincoln Ro,,d. Miami Beach. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will present a dramatic condensation of Leland Stowe's latest book. "They Shall Not Sleep." Reviews are open to the oublic and proceeds are used for the war activities of the congn -> group. National Kosher Market Wm. Mechlowiti. Prop. 424 CoUins Ave. Ph. 58-1456 We Handle a Full Line of WINES Domestic and Palestinian Also All Kinds of Matzos, Dry Fruits and Dairy Products and Passover Sugar FOR PASSOVER Your Complet* Departmtat Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. it 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St. Miami // WITH DANA ANDREWS RICHARD CONTE SAM LEVENE DON'T MISS IT! EXPERT SURGICAL MOHEL REV. PHILIP FRIED nr.o*D >mo Graduate of the Jewish Hot. pital of Philadelphia a* Mohel. Practiced at Atlantic City Hospital for past five years. Now affiliated with Beth David Congregation PHONE 2-1473 N A S H S La FAYETTE HOTEL 944 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach OVERLOOKING THE OCEAN EVERY ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH AND TELEPHONE Elevator— Solarium Entertainment All Modern Conveniences Reasonable Rates PHONE 5-1137 MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY FOR THE PASSOVER SEDARIM AT THE True Farm Food Restaurant 645 Collins Ave., Miami Beach—Phone 5-7107 A Holiday Treat in An Unexcelled Manner Services Conducted by Prominent Clergy Pallas Athena Restaurant EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING 224 WEST FLAGLER STREET OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M. NATHAN GINSBURGS TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT •TCD 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Observed SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY 2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS Meau. Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From 1 P. M. 8 A.M. OPEN EVERY DAY AX'S j T 1131 W. Flaqler Street TELEPHONE 2-9392 We Carry a Full Line oi MATZOHS, WINES And All PASSOVER ACCESSORIES We Advise You to Place Your Order Early MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wroxtling. Alligator Farm. Museum. WWhlu* Woll. Curio Shop Take Bus No. 1 or Yacht Seminole Queen Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. SECOND STREET OFFERS A COMPLETE Passover Holiday untorpataad in detail of preparat.on ,erv,ce cuisine RV!7" nt iod hospitality. Breakf,.t. Luncheon ,„ d ?K? SDeci -" rates for tie entire Passo yer Week. Morton S. Fagan Management y* Sader Ritual will be conducted on both nights by Rev. Philip Fried ol Beth David WE SUGGEST EARLY RESERVATIONS SID PALMERS FUNERAL HOME S E R PHONE 9-2664 VING THE JEWISH CO A FRIEN IN NEED' MMUNITY 2008 W. FLAGLER RIVEHMONT PAR! SANITARIUM ISM N. W. 7th St. %  n •••t ear* for etrrwnto Sl sH> fff 'esesnt and eMeHy %  >—**_. SANBL BCCR. M. D.. Directs Oreundsa -I*



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PPJDAY. MARCH 24, 1944 •Jenisti fkrilur PAGE THREE U I II I I I """ -~~----.l ^ l l l [ l t r i J i, ,, ,, ^^,^^ SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS lAAAAMMWw^ lw0 house tu.-sts of Mr. and CGcorg 0 e U Rafhlin, 1517 S. W. Mi 17th SI. Ml Margery Stark of New v Vu CitV past president of Alj£ k Epsilon P Phi, arrived Sunday Dr Eugene Weiss spent a furlounl, with liis parents. Mr. and M'J Weiss, 030 West Avenue. Miami Beach. He has just com!,,,, oot training as a memU, r ol the U. S. Navy at Great Lakes BROWNS TO OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING DAY Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman and daughter have returned to the eity to make then residence after spending some time in Savannah. They will reside at 1421 N. W. 1st Street. Mrs. Jules Bernstein is convalescing at St. Francis Hospital from a recent operation. Mrs. A. Finley Binder of LynchburK, Va.. spent a week here. She returned Thursday accompanied by her mother. Mrs. Ethel Shochet. Specially Packed and "Packed" With VITAMIN "C" Send Boxes to Your Relatives and Friends! Luscious, Select. FLORIDA FRUITS ••A Gift of Good Taste" SPECIAL PRICES 23 LB BOX ] 5 30 LB. U BUSHEL 1 5 45.LB. BOX 2-5 9C-LB BOX 5.25 56 LB BUSHEL 3.75 WE SHIP ONLY THE FINEST Rizzo Groves INC. PACKING HOUSE Bonded Shippers 2U3 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-1438 PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW! Uie Buses 7. S and 13 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin of Miami Beach have their daughter, Mrs. Nelson Zivitz, staying with them, as her husband, in the armed forces, is overseas. BIRTHS Mr. and Mis. Lewis Brown of 1680 S. W. 18th St.. will have open house for their friends Tuesday evening, March 28th. from 8 to 11, to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. They were married in McKeesport. Pa. March 28. 1894. In 1922 they came to Miami to make their home. Both Mr. and Mrs. Brown, pioneers, have been active during their entire stay in communal activities. Mr. Brown served treasurer of Beth David. Miami's pioneer congregation, lor eight consecutive terms and later served as president of the organization. He was active in the erection of the Talmud Torah building. He is a past president of B'nai B'rith and served as B treasurer of the Zionist organization during its early history. He served as a director of the Jewish Welfare Bureau and in many other organizations, Mrs. Brown was likewise active, serving two terms as president of the Beth David Sisterhood, in addition to innumerable other committee chairmanships and board directorships. PERETZMANS TO OBSERVE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Peretzman of 926 15th Street. Miami Beach, will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary at the Latin Quarter. March 23rd and at the same time their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Cohen, 1715 S. W. llth Street. Miami, will celebrate their third wedding anniversary. Nat Blumbirg will return to the city Sunday alter spending a week in Savannah. While there he attended special memorial ser\ HI for his mother. RABBI CAHN ASSISTANT TO DIRECTOR OF HILLEL RED CROSS SHIP SAILS FROM RUMANIA WITH 120 CHILDREN Ankara (JTA—The Swedish .-learner Velcita. flying the Red Cross flag, has sailed from the Rumanian harbor of Constan/a for Palestine with 120 Jewish refugee children. New York—Rabbi Jodah Cahn, director of the Metropolitan Hillel Bureau for the past year, has been appointed national administrative assistant to Dr. A. L. Sachar. national director of the 141 B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations and Counselorships. Rabbi Cahn, who has been director of the Hillel Bureau'in New York City since 1942, where there are Hillel Foundations at Brooklyn College, Queens College, Hunter College and the uptown and downtown granches of City Coli lege. is also director of the Hillel Foundation at the downtown branch of City College. He will continue to serve in this capacity 'maintaining his headquarters at 113 East 22nd Street, which is the homo of the downtown City College Hillel Foundation. Mr. and Mrs, Ted Kaufman. 120 S. W. 40th Avenue, announce the birth of a son Thursday. March 16th, at the Victoria Hospital. The Bris took place yesterday, at which time the baby was named Robert Lee Kaufman, Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. WEDDINGS THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT 17C9 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-9951 CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE All Pastries Baked on the Premises CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS Catering to Organizations, Parties, and Banquets Ensign and Mrs. William Pallot announce the birth of a daughter on Monday at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Ensign Pallet is here for a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blumenkranz announce the birth of B son Wednesday at St. Franns Hospital. Miami Beach. BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best TUOJIU for REST CONVALESCENCE anjCHkONic CASES f Sun-RayPark Health Resort -. UNO ros i8pmtC* s y MIAMIW TLAdt He 10"COUT-rLOI;DA Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nuts—In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the 1 il IIIIIH % %  •ii-ii IIIII in in inn P' I QzlicaUMeri and fteAlcuVteunl 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Al Frishman of 1401 S. W. 15th St.. of the marriage of their daughter. Charlotte, to Capt. Nathan Ginsberg, USAAF. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ginsberg, of Kansas City, Mo. The couple were married here at the home of the bride's parents on Feb. 5. The former Miss Frishman is a graduate of Miami Senior High school and has been active in war work at the Miami Air depot. Captain Ginsberg, a graduate of Kansas City High school, returned recently from a year of combat duty as a bombardier with the air forces in the South Pacific and was awarded the Purpie Heart and the Air Medal with an oak leaf cluster. BRISM Last Sunday afternoon, at 1330 Lenox Avenue, Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the B'rith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob L. Richman. EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual, coupled wich 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 lAlemcU'aCXDAa/iet In New York 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. PERRY BITTEL ANNOUNCES FOR I. P. ON MIAMI BEACH Perry Bittel, well known attorney with offices at 311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, today announced formally as a candidate for justice of the peace, 5th District, which takes in Miami Beach, as a Democratic nominee subject to the coming primary election on May 2nd. Mr. Bittel has been practicing i law for the past 21 years contin] uously and is still actively engaged as such at the present time at Miami Beach. Mr. Bittel is an active member of many leading organizations, among them being the Masons. Elks. Pythians. Civic League. B'nai B'rith. Free Sons of Israel UAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH The Brook Club presents CROSS & DUNN BARRY WINTON'S ORCHESTRA PEDRO AND HIS RHUMBA BAND Reservations Telephone 6 2658 Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Ask for my free 1944 Informative Map of Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service MS Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 ELECT ACHIEVEMENT is the result of leadership, initiative, experience FRANK D. 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PAGE FOUR 9-Jewish HerMi^r FRIDAY, MARCH 24, The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami. Fla P. O. Box 2973 P hone 2 H H >Fuce Facts • By Alexander. F. Mill" Fiorida Regional Director Anti Defamation League -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE fludfy Goitgiden^ Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1 879 FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.M 1944 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 24. ADAR 29. 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 12 On we we have the past problem THE ANSWER There are many ways of answering an anti-Semite. So many ways, in fact, that there has recently been launched an effort to unify the various responses. No doubt there is much virtue in this proposal. But the other day Quentin Reynolds showed a very quick way Ic answer the anti-Semite, one we commend to our readers. Quentin Reynolds, one of the best known war correspondents, tells about the answer in a new book, "The Curtain Rises," published by Random House. Reynolds tells how upon his return to the United States from the war zone, he went to an eastern resort town, to rest up. The place was full of "elderly grousers" who dressed up for dinner each night and annoyed him. "Where did you live?" one of them asked him. and when Reynolds said New York he remaiked, "How awful. All you see there are Jews." "I'm used to Jews." said Reynolds. "Where I've been lately the place was full of them.' "Where have you been?" the old grouser asked. Tve been with the 1st Division in Sicily," Reynolds answered. "It's full of Jews. Perhaps it will please you to know that a hell of a lot of them were killed." THE OCCUPATION OF HUNGARY The sudden occupation of Hungary by the Nazi armies comes as another terrible blow to the Jews of Europe. Hungary, as one of the Axis satellite states, has been following the general Nazi pattern dictated by Hitler. But as regards the Jews, there has been somewhat more leniency. At various times, members of the Hungarian parliament have openly stood up for the Jews; Hungary has even received a good many refugees from other countries. With the continuance of the war and the manifestation of an increasing tendency on the part of Hungary to withdraw from the war, the treatment of the Jews had. bettered. j • ~It is estimated that there are some 800,000 Jews in Hungary— NOTES OF BEACH "Y" the largest body of "safe" Jews in all Europe, save Russie. And now this last reservoir of Jews faces the same peril of annihilation as that which wiped out the Jewish populations of Poland and Holland and other European countries. The Nazi occupation of Hungary came at a time when hope pain of becoming a bore, would lik.' to repeal a remarK made many times over several months. The of anti-Semitism is as broad as humanity itself and as narrow as your relations With your next-door neighbor.' In Miami and Miami Beach we are confronted with the problems inherent in a new community. Hero, w.'uic people of vari backgrounds and religious faiths, must learn to live with om I other, the question of indivic %  i articularly ai Mr. Brow i with his next-door neij Mr en and Mr Callohan, will, to a large extent, d titude toward the < ntin i nt. Although we to get mi rvation that local Jewish communitj an unwarrai %  u la ted itself from th< mumiy at larg then %  ^\ active in .'< w ffa much smaller proportion an in the afi f the | ipulace as a whole. There are, ol course, the exceptions—men like Henrj Il>man, chairman of the R< I l !i Drive; Arthur Ungar, chairman of the Orange Bowl Committi i and Stanley Meyers, president of the Council of Social Agencies. Bon Rabinowitz, one of the toprankinn executives of the Jew* i.sh Welfare Board, held forth at some length in our office last wi ( k on the thesis that bigotry and intolerance, which is itself based on ignorance and misunderstanding, will be conquered only when we all learn to work together and live together. Men like Hyman, Ungar and Meyers have built bridges across the gap surrounding our selfimposed insularity. They have each created good will and ad, miration not only for themselves as individuals but also for the' group as a whole. There is no' %  i why each one of us can-1 not do the -..nil.• Remember each I new bridge built opens an addi-1 tionai artery for the flow of! understanding and mutual re-, spect. An event of outstanding significance in the life of Miami h is getting under way the auspices of the Miami Beach "Y." It will center about an outdoor looked porticuknly bright for the lews of the Balkans Renre. nd ,; "'"' v; 1 heid in -: sentatives of the War Refugee Board were reported last week SSSTW& £*£" K in Turkey as looking with some confidence to the Balkan govcoin Road. It will tak ernments permitting the emigration of their Jews. It is difficult to see when the War Refugee Board could do now. duect warning to the Nazis would do. Perhaps a clear and open ">cn evening th. re wil warning that the United Nations will hold the Nazis responsible s UlUl show featuring the I i •' for anything that happens to the Hungarian Jews might have £**-,0 !" 1 n Knt clubs hav< some effect on the Nazis, now that they must see the about their own necks tightening. By PHINEAS J. BIRONBEHIND THE NEWS .., Here's something that has come to our attention ancem. ing police officer James Drew oi New York City, who recent?" was exonerated of charges of subversive anti-Semitic activihi ... His wife, we're told, was the organizational secretary d America's "little fuehrer" Joe McWiliams in Brooklyn 52J! house was filled with anti-Semitic books from cellar to attic Drew, moreover, had a very odd hobby ... To amuse himself h. spent hours mimeographing anti-Semitic hate songs for masi distribution ... But none of this interferred with his being whit* washed of all charges And here is a news story that should have been featured in all the newspapers at the time when th Palestine Resolution was being discussed It's a dispatchwhich, as you may have gathered, wasn't featured at all—recrj ing: "Two days after setting foot on Palestine soil twelve Jewish refugees volunteered in Jewish units of the British forces They left the immigration camp at Atlith directly for a miltary training center." WITH THE THEOLOGIANS ... Dr. Alexander Marks, librarian of the Jewish Theological Seminary, has 225,000 volumes under his care And when he gets home at night he relaxes by taking a look at some of the books in his private library, a modest little collection of about 13,000 tomes Don't miss Rabbi Abraham H. Israelitan's book, "Israel Speaks for Democracy" It's a natural as a textbook in Jewish religious schools of all wings Members of the Washington Avenue Temple of Evansville, Ind., will be interested to learn that their former rabbi, J. H. Skirball, has just made his debut as a Broadway producer He's been active in Hollywood for quite some time, but this is his first invasion of the East and to the best of our knowledge he is the first rabbi in any country to have become a bona fide theatrical producer... In case you want to know, he's co-producer with the Theatre Guild of Franz Werfel's new play, "Jacobowsky and the Colonel." THIS AND THAT ... The Dayton Art Institute is featuring an exhibition on "Religion in Modern Art" Max Band's "Day of Atonement" has been given a place of honor as representing the Jewish religion You must read the beautiful and moving tribute to Leon Blum in Pierre Cot's newly published book, "Triumph of Treason" ... We do not, however, recommend the 'Tost Biographies of Famous Journalists," due to hit the book stalls soon The life stories of Bernarr Macfadden and Westbrook Pegler, as recounted there, are far from objective When trombonist Tommy Dorsey makes his concert appearance with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra next season he will probably ploy a trombone concerto which will be the work of Leonard Bernstein, handsome young American composer and assistant conductor of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra Producer Billy Rose is planning big things for the old Ziegfeld Theatre, which he recently bought When a Rose show is playing there, coffee and petits lours will be served in the downstairs lounge. ...<• place on April 15, 16, and IT Every conceivable form of entertainment Perhaps this would be a time to see what"a s^dSftTand Uon SVeconte ""' "'" edlflcEach emplati 1 i ro noose THE WAR 'S NOT OVER FOR HIM! OfferThe many difl thswill offer bargains in merVYIM n B" 1 .most important, w 11 be the holiday carnival spirit which will prevail, giving til Mins a chance (0 meet and get acquainted. h Ate""! {h v v,nU,,v wU1 '"• ,Aified B. Rosenstein. Under him. ami in ,,, t he merchandise committee are Rudy IVd->•• M. S H. I.utsky. Mrs. Philip i Salmon. Mrs. Kd j VJ. ..','* serving-on the committee Aronovitz. I. Goldstein. ITS are I. Mrs. More. Krieger. BSTES* ££ venture. Tickets Ire LvaiU avail iho coirunittee"and )y at r ?h^Mf f Beach "V" off... at the Miami able now from ttee i "Y" office. Jerusalem (WNS)—Tu.-.n„ to^youE^S" she wants where you'll g^' 3nd wht n an < Enjoy The SEDARIM and the entire PASSOVER WEEK IN THE TRUE TRADITIONAL MANNER True Farm Food Restaurant 645 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Under the Management of Nathan Ginsberg Services Conducted by a Prominent Cantor STRICTLY KOSHER MAKE EARLY RESERVATIONS PHONE 5-7107



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L A y, MARCH 24, 1944 IERATION WORKERS fsPIRED BY SENATOR | ( C0NTI NUED2^ M PAOE 1) n, Jacob H. Kaplan opened iPmnrtinK with an invocation IttwSrctoMd by the bene %  •' Y R;i |,!)i Moses Meschel%wb Sher, campaign chairE. SSdedMus!c was proKi fhrouRh the efforts of ManHScTand four Boy Scouts J,ed *s a color guard bated at the speakers table I? Qonator Popper, Mrs. PepKfrMvors. Dr Kaplan. RabTMescheloff. Mr. Scher Milton Ifm-in Mr. and Mrs. Sol ESS. Mr. and Mrs. Albert £ Herbert E. Scher Max Cv'W Mr. and Mrs. Joseph En Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs. Us Mescheloff. Mr. and Mrs. r nle SeliS. Mrand Mrs. BenUn B Goldman, Leon Sher. i and Mr.v Sam Blank. Carl tinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bronston. Mr. and Mrs Ben•nin Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Evict Phillips. )NGRESSMAN GREEN LpENS HIS CAMPAIGN %  Congressman Green, on a state|dc radio hook-up. formally Lned his campaign for goverbr last Monday at 7:30 p. m. his will be a weekly feature her WFTI. and affiliated stabns each Monday night at 7:30 I During this series of heart-toVart talks to his fellow-Floribns. Congressman Green will Ether outline his careful prepa+Jenlst fhcridiimn PAGE FIVE ration toward the furtherance of his boyhood ambition to serve his native state as governor. "Through his experience as a teacher, having begun this profession at an early age. Congressman Green is fully aware of the needs of our educational program, particularly the teachers, and, from its inception, has fully endorsed the complete program of the Continuing Educational I Council of Florida, his support-1 ers stated. Congressman Green will confine his platform to the following 10 points: Win the war and restore peace. Restore state's rights and local self-government. Equitable and just taxation. No additional tax. Expand and develop Florida's industrial and all natural resources. Cheaper automobile tags. Justice and equality for industry and labor understanding. Homestead and other aid for all veterans. Definitely $40 per month for aged. Cut red tape. Raise salaries of the school teachers. Health advancement. A United Florida. Carry out recommendations Florida Continuing Educational Council. Build roads. Develop commercial aviation. Develop tourist trade. OBITUARIES We protect our ships when we zip the lips! A torpedo goes where it is pointed. Don t point the enemy's torpedoes, by careless conversation! Zip the lip! EAT MORE DELICIOUS POULTRY BUY HERE! J. L. SPRINGER—317 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3 5448 Open Until Noon Sunday WILLIAMS—2091 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-3673 We Mover Close—Day or Night TENNESSEE—1340 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-2585 Open Until Noon Sunday "KEEP TM FRYING—SEE SPRINGER FOR SPRINGERS" YOOR ELECtnlC MICE MUST UST FOR THE DDR ATI ON! THESE TIPS ON HOW 10 MAKE YOUR RANGE LAST LONGER! IDOTE 3HJU FJH T OKI team • — D— USE IT WISELY! Your ran 9 was built to give you wng. efficient service. It will do that if You give it proper cart... IN it cor'•clly When repairs are needed hare 7w mad prom P |1 Tbut prop** car* *ul help you avoid many repairs. neeitH ~#THIS FREE BOOK WILL HELP! 1 ,..< ..... %  •• • Mill | El lien, (I nla column is ooMuotajfl by the t.realer Miami Jewlah Federation In cooperation with The JewUh Florid Ian :IH a community ervire. To Inform the community of your organisation's activities ami to avoid conflict* in ilateH, phone 3-0411 and ask for '(-ommunlty Calendar." Notification mtiKt reach Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week.) Wednesday. March 22nd: Workmen's Circle Branch No. 292. executive committee meeting, 25 Washington Ave., 8:30 p. m. Sunday. March 26th: Greater Miami Jewish Federation, joint report meeting of Miami and Miami Beach workers, Miami Women's Club, 1737 N. Bayshorc Drive. Miami, 11 a. m. Monday. March 27th: Bureau of Jewish Education, executive committee meeting, at Beth David synagogue, 7:30 p. m.; Bureau of Jewish Education, board of directors meeting, Beth David synagogue. 8:30 p. m.; Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, regular meeting. Tuesday. March 28th: Jewish Welfare Bureau. Blue Room. Ingraham Bldg.. 8 p. m. Wednesday. March 29th: National Council of Jewish Women, Donor's Luncheon; Greater Miami Jewish Federation, report meeting of Miami Beach workers, YM&WHA of Miami Beach. 1 Lincoln Road, 8 p. m. Thursday. March 30th: Greater Miami Jewish Federation, report meeting of Miami workers, YMHA, 1567 S. W. 5th St., 8 p. m. HERBERT KLEIMAN Herbert Kleiman of 2830 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, died early Wednesday morning. Stricken with a heart attack, Mr. Kleiman, 43, had been a resident of this area for 20 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Phyllis Kleiman and his mother. Mrs. Jean Kleiman. Two of his brothers, Milton and Louis, reside here. One brother, Max, and three sisters. Miss Morris Kleiman, Mrs. Ann Levy and Mrs. Morris Merrit live in Cleveland and funeral arrangements have tentatively been set for Sunday, March 26th, with services at Riverside Memorial Cnapel and burial at Woodlawn Park Cemetery. and was a member of Temple Israel of Miami and Beth Sholom of Miami Beach. Surviving are two sons, Irvin and Bennett Applebaum; a daughter, Mrs. Thelma Silverstein, and two brothers. Ben and Philip Warshaw, all of Miami. Services were conducted by Rabbis Max Shapiro and Samuel Machtei at 3 p. m. Thursday in Gordon Funeral Home, with burial following in Woodlawn Park Cemetery. MRS PAULINE MEISEL The body of Mrs. Pauline Meisel, 69, of 1019 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach, who died Tuesday in a local hospital was sent to Brooklyn, N. Y., by Riverside Memorial Chapel. She is survived by three sons. Max Meisel of Miami Beach, William of Brooklyn and Sidney of Jamaica, L. I., and two daughters, Mrs. Fay Friedman of Brooklyn and Mrs. Sadie Lubash of Richmond Hill, L. I. MRS. RAY APPLEBAUM Mrs. Ray Applebaum, 53. widow of Philip Applebaum. died in a hospital Wednesday after suffering a heart attack at her home, 1721 S. W. 11th Ter. She came here 18 years ago from New York Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Deblinger of 151 N. E. First St., died in a local hospital Wednesday, March 15th. He is survived by his parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fields of the New Pioneer Hotel. Services were conducted at the Palmer Funeral Chapel by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation. Interment followed in the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Park Cemetery. 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PAGE SIX +JewistFk>rMiari RFqm TTTinNq PASSED I organization, and be it further 'RED C R O S S SERVIC W^SFSEI BUS „V*a Sfflg? HEADS NAMED FOR 1944 the organization be extended to A resolution was adopted by the members of his family, wnn e Jewish Welfare Bureau exthe expression and a sincere i th pressing condolences upon the that the worthy name and repuof Announcement was made todaj a partial list of appointments Rod Cross service heads roi Cross •-' rvici heads for C Gordon Ai d< rson, chapto His abode above, Herbert E. deceased, Kleiman, who departed from this j n Witness Whereof, the underearth on the 22nd day ol March, signed has hereunto set his hand 1944. and and seal %  > %  '' Mrs! Herbert 6."Vance. ] Whereas, Miami Jewry has been Miami, Florida, this 22nd mmander C informed of the sudden passing of March, 1944. i lowing: ..._.. u-V LaHuis, nurse recruitment: William J. Pruitt. junioi R Herbert E. Kleiman. past vicepresident and treasurer of this organization, and Whereas, the deceased in his lifetime always participated in Jewish communal life and devoted himself to the betterment of the welfare of his Jewish brethren in distress, and Dr. Albert E Ro 11 thai, President. A Mills, camp and hospital •• rvice Henry E M n :• Harold Ward, by-laws; Chi F Helmlv and Mi 1 1 BANDEL IS TREASURER Hernandez house and fun OF MIAMI ELKS LODGE % %  ^ohr-prcs^nta! DRINK PLENTY OF C?Tripurc ^ Water DELIVERCD TO rOUd HOME SGALIOK BOTTLE 60c CASE OF SIX s TABLE BOTTLES ....... 75c Plus Botilf Dtpeiiti PHONE 2-4128 Miami Lodge of Elks el< i %  JlidiV Louie Hailiiel as \\hereas. his death is a loss not and William Shayne as trustee al only to this organization but to their annual election last week. all Jewish organizations in this George S. Okell was unanimousCOLIN P. KELLY TO BE HONORED BY STATUE City, thole!, n Be it resolved that there be spread upon the records of this organization the regret and sorrow that the organization has. at the untimely death of Herbert E Kleiman. a form< r i ffici r of 1 ly chosen as i M i lison Fli Ai : en ol World Wai II, the nn Colin 1'. Kelly. first late ol MONKEY JUNGLE Where Human* are Caged and Monkeyi Run Wild 22 Milei South of Miami Off U. S. 1 Open Daily • %  "'•' I not ij ;" x ;;: ,' A i'wiTf be honored next mont • a statue dediA big mouth can sink a lol of Zip Ihe lip! REGISTER HOW! • I RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND SUPPORT. My conduct and record of service as a faithful, public-minded community servant, speaks for itself. George S. Okell Candidate for Legislature GROUP 1 Political Ad. 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W. 7th Aves Gowrn H will veiling tl • • ty of Madisi n, K< n, by the Woi mal ExArt i tries : le to arrange a nat Pi lent R t'vell will Ixask ton on the network can be obtained GOVERNOR ASKS FOR MORE SALVAGE PAPER Tall -Governor Holland appealed to Floridians today to help in the national scrap pap r collection and keep supplies flowing to America's armed forces at the world's battlefronts. irtage ol waste paper at the I ecoming critical, and Donald M, Nelson, chairman ol the War Production Board, aid it "not only threatens a regular continuance" <>f shipment of supto the battlefronts hut it "seriously affects practically "all essential civilian uses ol pai Scrap paper is used m making paperboard containers and other paper products for the war effort, and Nelson telegraphed Governor Holland that present salvage of 533.000 tons monthly must be increased to 667.000 t ms monthly. I WANT MY MILK The i lurking All around To pick up secrets That might he found! THRIFTY! 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+JewlstncrlcJian r .v MARCH 24, 1944 TEB MIAMI JJ^''^7 B ^* iMITTEE %  ""Kg* b *Mj Miami Jewish Federation QJ xhe Jewish Weltar* Board H P U Keep a Record of Our Men in Service PAGE SEVEN FK n SERVICE PARADE! UPCHURCH TO ABOLISH ALL BUREAUCRACIES i The Greater Miami Anny%  NaVr Committee want, inESting W2*J&E£ li,m those in service. These ISTbe uTed for publication I*! th e Service Parade Page I Ef The Jewish Floridian. the Idailr P'* ss and national Iffications. Send original IS copies of these letter, to El Army-Navy Committee. Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla. These will be returned if requested. Make it possible Hoi everyone to know where lour servicefolk are. what [they are seeing and doing. Pvt. Leonard A. Poriti, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Poritz, 350 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, has arrived at Scott Field, 111., for a course in radio operating and mechanics. He is a graduate of Miami Beach High. SENATOR GRAHAM IS WELCOMED ON TOUR Second Lt. Harold Michelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Michelson. 1238 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, has graduated from bombardier training at San Angclo, Tex. oecond Lt. Arthur D. Slote, |5 Biscaync Blvd. has been seFed to attend the officers odotnh course of the field artillery hool at Fort Sill. Okla. He is "son of Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Slotc Miami. idward M. Peretzman. 824 S. 3rd St., left Monday night( irch 20th. for Jacksonville to (inducted into theeiavy. J,t CoL and Mr*. Elry Stone fere visitors to the city last ek Lt. Col. Stone has been ifcrred to Camp Sibert. Ala. and Mrs. Burnett Roth ent several days in the city 1 week. They came here from rip Blanding, where Sgt. Roth fstationed. Ben Greenwald. son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Minden, 1524 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, has been promoted to junior lieutenant in the navy and is stationed at Morchead City, N. C. His wife, the former Selma Ann Minden, is with him. PASSOVER HOSPITALITY Register your facility now. and make a place in your home for the Passover Sedarim for a serviceman. Home hospitality i. 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 meal, with you. Milton M. Gaynor, son of Mrs. G. K. Gaynor, 323 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, who was promoted to the rank of first lieutenant, is statioined in Tampa, attached to the Third Bomber Command Headquarters. He is a graduate of the University of Florida. First Lt. Robert L. Sigel, son of Nate Sigel, 4321 N. W. Sixth Ave., has reported to San Antonio, Tex., aviation cadet center for duty. He will serve as unit commander in the bombardiernavigator preflight school. Jacksonville—Establishment of a post-war program fully representative of every section of Florida, in which the state would co-operate with municipal and county governmental units and civic organizations for maximum results, was proposed here by Frank D. Upchurch, candidate I for governor, in a speech before the Duval County Upchurchfor-Governor Club meeting. "It is not enough," Upchurch declared, "that we merely say the state will co-operate with the cities, towns and counties in the solution of their problems. We must make that a reality by setting up a balanced program in which the leaders of every community shall have full opportunity to present and gain consideration for their plans and problems. "We shall begin by eliminating every semblance of bureaucratic evils and by returning at once to the sound principles of real democracy. Thus will a program of co-operation erase all present and any future tendencies toward bureaucratic dictatorship," Upchurch said. Orlando, Fla.—Encouraged by enthusiastic welcomes in Key West, Tampa and St. Petersburg. State Senator Ernest R. Graham, of Dade County, was heading into northwest Florida again after addressing the Orlando Junior Chamber of Commerce on Florida's post-war problems and opportunities. To audiences in every section of the state, Senator Graham is emphasizing unity and co-operation, pointing out that problems and opportunities in one section of Florida are closely interwoven with problems and opportunities throughout all Florida. From his experience as a "dirt farmer in a resort area," he is showing the close link between the two, explaining that.Florida's agricultural counties r can supply the beef, poultry, dairy products and vegetables, now totalling some $50,000,000 annually, for visitors brought into the state through advertising. Chaplain Hir.ch Freund was promoted this week to a captaincy. Chaplain Freund is stationed on Miami Beach. Pfc. Leonard Pearl. 1427 Meridian Ave Miami Beach, has enrolled in a special course of instruction at Southern Signal Corps school at Camp Murphy. |A former Miami physician. Mxl%  M. Coplan. has been promoted i the rank of commander at the Lral hospital at Jacksonville. jiere he is head of the departJent of urology. (Entering the Naval Reserve in 85, he was called to active duty ; week after the attack on Pearl ibor. and was ordered to the cksonville naval hospital. [Comdr. Coplan graduated from Vanderbilt school of medicine moved to Miami to establish i practice in 1925. His wife and kughu-r live in Coral Gables. Harvey, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin, upon his graduation in June from Technical High, will enter Naval College, V6, where he expects to remain for the next two years. He will be stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Academy. Pfc. Henry Stein. 32, of Brooklyn, an infantryman, was killed in action in Italy while serving as company aid man and has been posthumously awarded the Purple Heart. Employed in the New York City Department of Health in civilian life, he joined the army a year and a half ago. |Sgt Sol Bernstein spent a short ilouRh here and returned to acDill Field, Tampa, where he | stationed. 12 c Seaman aSol Blumenkranz ent a furlough visiting his parIts, Mr. and Mrs, William Blumkkranz of Miami Beach. Pfc Sidney Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schneider, 611 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, promoted to corporal at Pueblo, Colo. Army air base. He is a navigation instructor. David Joseph Schwartz. 3320 N. W. Fifth Ave., and Kenneth Mark Meyerson. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Meyerson, 652 15th St.. Miami Beach, have reported to the Bainbridge, Ga., Army air field as aviation trainees. Schwartz is a graduate of Miami Senior High school and Meyerson is a graduate of the Miami Beach High school and a former student of University of Florida. Irving Futerfas left Miami this week to enter the armed forces. Pvt. Robert Benjamin. 21. of Philadelphia, member of a Texas airfield armament section, was fatally injured in line of duty. Private Benjamin was eulogized by the commanding officer of the post as "an excellent soldier and a fine fellow to have around." Sgt. Paul P. Meyers. 32, of Chicago, a Flying Fortress gunner and assistant radio operator, was killed in action over Europe. He had returned to combat after sustaining wounds and was the recipent of the Purple Heart. Sgt. Maurice Brahen. 26, of Camden, N. J., a member of the Marine Corps, has been killed in action in the Southwest Pacific. Sergeant Brahen entered the service eight years ago. Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18, Florida Seaman 1/c Alfred Wolf. 19. of New York City, lost his life in action while on duty in the Atlantic. In service a year, he was the recipent of a Letter of Commendation from the Secretary of the Navy. Name Home Address Birth Date Serial No. Street City Birthplace. State Civilian Occupation .„ Date Entry In 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 RatingWAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK. CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIQ. Vice-Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sac. Executive Committee Mra. Max Dobrln, Ben B. Goldman, Maurice Groiiman, Louia Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry Koven. Harry Markowttx. Alexander F. Mifier. at Roth. Fred Shochet. MiFton Slrkin. Joaeph Stein, Mra. Herman Wallach. Carl Welnkla, George Wolpart, Harry Zukernlck. Dt'oting This Page to the Ettorts of the Army-Nary Committee. Ma4e Possible Through the Co-Operation of ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Bldg. CARL'S MARKETS Miami Miami Beach COWEN'S SHOE STORES 1SS E. 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 FLA. WHOLESALE GROG. CO. 82 N. E. 21th Street GREEN BROS.. 5S N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Avenue JACK C. JAYSON Miami DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS 114 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 149 N. E. 10th Street JOSEPH R. STEIN Miami. Florida WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB West Flagler Street at 37th Ave. WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolfson Sidney Meyeer AMERICAN RED CROSS + EPPERSON r Wba Yro Pay Fir ^^ WATCH REPAIRS *& m Hot Get the Best HAVI AN ACCUIATI TIMIKIIPU Technical training and yean of experience only can make a man a watchmaker. You'll find each skllla FOR 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 PolittoaJ Ad. Paid for by Frlenda PALM BEACH NOTES MBS. MARY SCHBEBNICK. B ep t s s en tatlve ALFAR CREIAMERV CO. Tm fae Boat m Dairy FfOOU C tB WIST PALM KACH MITT fllllH ICT cmJULM Drink COCA COLA Coca Cola Bottling Company •f West Palm Beach Florida SOUTHERN DAIRIES MB Cat County. Jeatwrit leathern DeMei lea Cream. AS NBA* TO YOU AB YOUH PHOHI Palm NatteaaHy Fi FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1801 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART CT POTTER ESTABLISHED 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS' Phone 5191 West Palm Beaeh, Fla. I



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PAGE EIGHT 9>Jeistfk>rkfian !" >AY. MARCH 24. H' NOTES OF Y. M.H.A. -bySAM SILVER tliis and Dave Willner Senator Pepper Spoke The sixth annual campaign oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation officially opened on Sunday. March 19, 1944. s> Claude Pepper was the i speaker and delivered a m< which should make us all ize how important it is for us to succeed in this campaign. Not only because we are Jews but because the "Y" is a participating agency in Federation we should all do our share. Then. too, there are many who were liberal contributors and ardent campaign workers in the pasl who are now in the mi service. Therefore, there greater responsibility than ever on those of us on the home front to "carry the ball." Give ol time, energy Bn j freely By the way. the Boy S of Troop t>. '.\ ho "V." opened the 1 akfasl at the Wofford II tel by a presental were led by Men :-. Wetstein. Runner-Up In Gold Ball The "Y team ti ok s place in the YMCA G i i, cently. Th< y los the imals by a s Stem ana Dav< Lachi vit serve much credit I showini nan ent Milt P .! i erfi rn a V : t .; I IB se\ i %  wer so -one of the outstandi the ent. All men bers i awarded silver bask %  lls as s pi Diamondball V C G s rning by re ol 8-6 A sowitz, i l rother, Har I. < ws Cultural Program Rram lor the season has be n con> eluded. I wonder what the : ish community has to si 1 can't help feeling I ran was tin finest cult ..ram pn sented I ie j\ wcommunity in tin i.. Gn .,:,: %  Miami. AS,. I can't help feeling that Daw Mill< r his cultural con I lid i I %  : >en I %  Naturally, Dav< aided bj th i A : I rsity of *1 Li ague, Les %  li you recall, : of : I • torj I gave I • Pro! ie wed is on the proj A \ Mtl%  I I Lesli :'.. AntfS Sgt h A y S Sgt. Clifl H %  event R %  I tl •• S Frii Jew : extend I bj I v to all of t .-ants in project and to Ins committee. Passover Services The Army-Navy Committee ia making every effort to place all 'Jewish servicemen stationed in this area n Jewish homes for Maurice Grossman, our "V l!l i, ctor, is chairman of th( Ke< i tion Committee ol the Ai Navj Ci mn tak< n tl 'i placing I i three or %  %  hay. list, this immi as In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami thi Gn atei Miami %  How.-. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG ed by dross the .evening and of him I'll a. Pcsach is fyrf/Y/w"'"""",„ttin %  con ; • y Rabbi Mincha s< rvices and Shos 'uos will follow. Sunday 1 .at 10 a. m. Talmud Torah S daily. %  : : -; •' krael Regular Friday at 815 Sen will be conducted by Rabbi ,! Tar sh • the theme for discussion will be "Whv A :l > "' S th services Saturday morning at li a m R< i by SUterho. I will f, tne n-ida\ %  ,, nil i set vices Miami Beach Jewish Center Friday evening t speaker Dr A liscuss "The PentaDuring the %  i Phil J. M r will IryI ast Sunday morning the leadi and workers ul the 1944 Fed,ii campaign were inspired 9 by the Hon. Claude I'. pp r. junior senator of the ,,i Florida, and were given indication of the trend ol national thought towards a Jewish Homeland in the Neariattend East. Our senator indicated an time, rest m our problems and i a keen understanding evidently based on considerable study "I the post war problems h will lace the Jews. Be• this undertone of political ight, Mr. 1'epper showed the oi the existence of a Federation campaign and the imnce ol giving In the past there has been too much tendency tn regard your contribution as ,, HI duction from your income tax, The gift is made with an eye towards the detriment that annual return will suffer I the Wr 1 1ST AVIMUl sen i ? Abraham Th,!, ,'' K the Minchah starts at 6 45 a a m and 5 15 SudoS A W,ll 1 ,, S lltu| a ;, v ;; urday Sholos and* / %  '" A '""^ ^miros FOR COUERnOI FARMER — BLACKSMITH TEACHER — LEGISLATE JUDGE — CONGRESSMAN He has a broad ing oi Florida's war war problems. FOR UNITY IN understand and port ac-RiM BY GOVERNMENT OF. AND FOR THE PEOPU •a josare M.UPTOM.PIU81DEWT WjfftMwmm *,**'"'" %  iMf/M oeen arranged \wAA 6:40 p^m ShuUln '•^d§£y! ltlett Sa ^ for the occasion I at R-30 a. m. HE UIIU KEEP FRITH WITH VOU wSteH RQ to SpWerh aX 7:3 P" Monday. March 27th over Stations WRTJF WFTL WPDQ WTST WWPG %  WDtf Dade Coun, y Headquarters. 140 N. East 1st Aven*


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ihJewislh-IEIIiQjpidliiaun
^-THE JEWISH UNITY
VOLUME 17 -No. 12
Federation Workers Inspired
By Senator Pepper Sunday
.---- o----------------------------------------
Five hundred men and women | Appeal you are acting as a seg-
left the Wofford Hotel. Miami ment of a great cause and a great
Beach Sunday afternoon, I crusade to make the world a bet-
md with new commu-1 ter place, to make it indeed the
nal pride and enthusiasm start- good earth. In this move you
ed general solicitation of the 1944 will find that we in Washington
- are your abiding and under-
standing friends."
What Federation is doing on
the home front was eloquently
explained by Mr. Myers, who
told of the planning and foster-
ing of local agencies.
Welfare guidance for 12 months
a year and constructive planning
for a post-war world, and for j
work during the remainder of
the wir is being constantly car-
ried on by Federation, he point-'
ed out. As concrete examples
Of the progress being made un-1
der Federation's guidance he
pointed to the formation last (all
of the Miami Beach Y. M. and
W. H. A. and to the opening this
year of the Hillel Foundation at
the University of Miami.
Mr. Myers stressed the need
for continued support for char-
acter-building agencies during
unsettled times. In this connec-
tion he described the work being
done for younger members of
the community through the Mi-
ami and Miami Beach Y's. the
I Hillel Foundation, the Bureau of
ask.-d .i,:.:v o help those Jew- j uh Education and th Glvat.
ith refugees who are able to as- Miami
cape from the clutches of the ac- '
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
QUARTER MILLION IN
BONDS BY B'NAI B'RITH
1944
Appeal ot the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. They
heard Senator Claude Pepper
and Stan ey C. Myers. Federa-
tion honorary president and co-
chairman of the Special Gift di-
vision, predict the goal of $189.-
095 will be surpassed if each can-
,, part.
Senator Pepper, who dwelt on
inten aspects of the
status ol the Jews throughout
hailed Jews as cham-
pions i .'ery truly liberal cause
and move anywhere in the world.
He declared that he and Senator
1 erl Wagner are working to
have th< League of Nations au-
nsferred to a council of
the United Nations Council so
that the Palestine immigration
question can be settled favorably
"It is nol enough for you to
give money to this campaign.'
continui d the senator. "You
: yourself as well. In
exchani the blessings of liv-
ing in thi United States, and par-
rly in Florida, you are
cursed Hitler.
"In contributing
to the United
er
let
Army-Navy Commit-
(CONTINUED ON PAOE ,,
PRESIDENT HAILS U.J.A. FOR
AIDING FIGHT FOR FREEDOM
TM WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON
to* 13, 1S44.
tssUeaaai
TU dlatrasa and eaffarlac *r 'IctUt by our lul rnaalaa print challn*a to the
*aerlcn paople. the faiaa pUloaopMee which have caused
widespread racial cad rllfiou peraeestloaa ara full?
m abboraot a* the dreaaa of world oonquatt whloh have aotl-
wud tna Natl ri(Ui. they are la fact part aad percal of
thtia laiaaa aabltloaa.
Too Uoltad Jeviih Appeal la im of the afeeelee
Uirou*h which too iaerleaa people can Mica their contribution,
to the tl^M for dacaocy. aj dicnlty, aad freedoa for all
to lift la paaoa. The work of rollaf and reeoastraetloa here
oJ abroad eoTleaced by the appeal la a* laportaat part of
as huaaalUrlaa front.
for/ elacaralj yoort.
****4b.Jp~
*! laws 0. Bailor.
*' WtUlM Rcawald.
lubbi Joaah B. Vloo,
ctlonal Chulraaai
fclted Jih appoal.
5*2 Hadlaoa AeaueT
> Torit (1?) <#- j.,.
Final figures on the Sholem
Lodge 4th War Loan Drive
show that the Lodge sold two
and one-quarter million dollars
in bonds. Milton Friedman,
president, was chairman of the
drive.
The third bomber for the
Lodge has just been named
"Yours for VictoryGreater
Miami B'nai B'rith." The prev-
ious two bombers were called
"Spirit of B'nai B'rith Greater
Miami" and "Spirit of Sholem
B'nai B'rith."
THOU PH TO
DONATE SIX DAYS
TO USE OF CHARITY
Officials of Tropical Park to-
day announced that one full
weeksix daysof the current
meeting at the Coral Gables
plant will devoted to chanty.
This plan has been adopted by
the directors of the association
to take care of those agencies
which have a definite claim upon
the Miami community.
Tentatively, the date has been
set for the final week of the cur-
rent meeting, Monday. April 3.
through Saturday. April 8. These1
last six days of the Miami sea-
son have always been strong In
attendance and appeal and this
year offers a further attraction
in the running of the finest stake
in Tropical's history, the $10,000
Tropical Handicap. Special ef-
forts arc being made by track
officials and by Racing Secretary
John P. Turner to provide attrac-
tive daily programs that will
hold the balance of handicap and
allowance horses in the Miami
sector throughout the week.
It is the present intention of
Tropical Park to set aside full
proceeds from the week for di-
vision among Miami charitable
institutions, as well as the War
Chest and Red Cross. Fifty per
cent of the profits are to be dis-
tributed to the Miami War Chest,
including special sums to Protes-
tant. Catholic, Jewish and local
charities; 25 per cent to the
American Red Cross; 15 per cent
to the National War Fund, and
the remaining 10 per cent to the
President's Infantile Paralysis
Fund, with one-hall of the pro-
ceeds of this charity to remain
in Dado County to be largely
used for veterans.
A special non-profit-making
corporation will be set up by
Tropical Park under which all
profits beyond the costs of op-
eration will be devoted to the
purposes outlined.
YMHA TO RECEIVE AWARD
FOR NURSERIES PROGRAM
Campaign Reports Sunday to
Show Optimism of Solicitors
Results to date of the 1944
United Appeal for $189,095 will
be announced at a joint meeting
of division heads, captains and
workers to be held on the third
floor of the Miami Woman's
Club. N. E. 17th Terrace and N.
Bayshore Drive, at 11 a. m. Sun-
day. March 26.
At this meeting campaign lead-
ers will call for reports from all
it, ill!? Greter Miami Jewish Federation, now in the midst o
iv ,4,4 Ta"'"! Roosevelt to the national chairman of the U. J. A.
l.n ( '"""" whi,,i supports the U. J. A. as one of its majoi
enef,c,ui lL.s. asks Greater Miami residents to note the Presi-
,ir v'"d" '" stressing the importance of making the currei
L-ssing
pw.....>,Mr"ss an,i urfM
drive
importa..-^ -.........-- -
all residents to contribute when
In the message addressed to the National Chairmen of the
wnited Jewish Appeal for Refugees. Overseas Needs and 1 ales-
n. I resident Roosevelt praised the nationwide campaign for
'in res ue and reconstruction, emphasizing that the U. J A.
h-Sntr|buting to "the fight for decency, human dignity and
i .'' ','"> f"r all to live in peace." 1944 will see Jewish communi-
in n" "ufhout the United States striving for new- levels ftfKiv-
he nV;U,Vr to ne|P "*<* the national quota of $32,000^00 for
ne unifll drive in behalf of the J. D. C, U. P. A., and N. R. S.
First figures to be announced
on the progress made towards
the $189,095 goal of the cur-
rent United Appeal of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion will be announced Sunday
morning at the joint report
meeting of all divisions at the
Miami Woman's Club, 1737 N.
E. Bayshore Drive, at 17th
Terrace.
those working in the campaign.
This will be the first general re-
port meeting and will be fol-
lowed by a similar session at the
same time and place on Sunday,
April 2.
This week two report meet-
ings were held for the men's and
women's division, the first, for
Miami Beach workers, taking
place at the Beach Y. M. and
W II. A., 1 Lincoln Road, at 8
p. in. Wednesday. March 22. and
the second, for Miami workers,
at the Y. M. H. A., 1567 S W.
Fifth Street, at 8 p. m. Thursday,
March 23. Beach workers will
have a similar meeting at the "Y"
next Wednesday night and town.
workers will report again at the
Miam "Y" on Thursday night.
"Each worker has an average
of 10 prospects each from whom
to obtain contributions." said
Campaign Chairman Jacob Shor.
"The success of this solicitation
depends entirely upon the effi-
ciency and faithfulness with
which this canvassing is carried
out. If each of the 500 workers
in the men's and women's divi-
sions obtain an adequate con-
tribution from every prospective
giver, we are sure to go over the
top. It's up to these workers
and their 5.000 prospects.''
PALESTINE RESOLUTION LODGE WILL OBSERVE
HELD UP BY COMMITTEE ITS 25TH ANNIVERSARY
Washington (JTA)The House
Committee on Foreign Affairs
this week issued a formal an-
nouncement declaring that it wili
take no action "at this time" on
the Palestine resolution which
urges free Jewish immigration to
Palestine and the ultimate estab-
lishment of a Jewish Common-
wealth there.
MYERS ELECTED PRESIDENT
FEDERATION, WELFARE FUND
Word was received here this
week of the unanimous selection
of Stanley C. Myers as president
of the southeastern region of the
Council of Jewish Federations
James T. Wilson, Superintend-
ent of Instruction of Dade Coun-
ty, will give an award of merit to
the YMHA of Miami next Thurs-
day evening at a ceremony at the
"Y." 1567 S. W. 5th Street. The
award is in connection with the
Y's service to the government's
program of day nurseries.
RED CROSS ENTERTAINMENT
IS GIVEN BY MISS BROTMAN
One of the major activities of
the Red Cross hospital enter-
tainment has been the night club
shows brought twice a week to
the Biltmore. Gulfstream and
Nautilus hospitals for servicemen
by Ruth Brotman. Night clubs
send their entire casts and or-
chestras for these programs for
bedridden servicemen.
Another feature for the enter-
tainment of Red Cross hospital
work, now added, is the "micro-
phone parade." a 30-minute pro-
gram of music and nonsense by
the radio personnel of WIOD.
SAY YES TO RED CROSS.
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will
observe the 25th anniversary of
the local order with an initiation
on Tuesday evening March 28th.
at 8:15 at Temple Israel in Mi-
ami. The Louis Heiman class.
named after the immediate past
president in recognition of his
services to the Lodge, will be rit-
ualized that evening with all
ceremonies in full uniform.
Guests of honor for the occas-
ion will be Sol Fass, district pres-
ident, and Julius Fisher, district
secretary. They are making a
special trip for the occasion.
Maurice Cromer heads the de-
gree team, which includes Louis
Heiman. Max Silver, Ernest Suss-
man and Milton Friedman, Lodge
president, who will preside dur-
ing the evening. The general
public is invited.
GOLDMAN IS MEMBER
OF NOMINATING BODY
Benjamin B. Goldman, execu-
tive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, was selected
as a member of the nominating
committee of the National Con-
ference Of Jewish Social Welfare.
Louis Kraft, executive director
of the Jewish Welfare Board, is
president of the conference, which
will hold its convention in May
of this year. Miss Frances Taus-
sig. executive director of the
Jewish Social Service Association
of New York, is chairman of the
committee.
EISENSTEIN NOW MEMBER
OF BEACH REALTY BOARD
and Welfare Funds. The elec-!
tion took place at the '44 confer-
ence of the region, held in At-
lanta last week-end.
Mr. Myers received this recog-
nition after a background of!
many years of community activ-
ity, in the local and national
fields.
ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE IN
REQUEST FOR HOSPITALITY
Leo Eisenstein. Miami Beach
resident for the past nine years,
announced his association this
week as a member of the Miami
Beach Board of Realtors. Mr.
Eisenstein, known as an author-
ity on real estate, has offices lo-
cated at 309 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach, where he will give
"dependable and conscientious
real estate service." He has been
in the building business, con-
structing a number of properties
on Miami Beach and is a hotel
owner.
The Army-Navy Committee
of Greater Miami has request-
ed members of the community
to invite servicemen to their
homes for the Passover Ser-
erg. Those in a position to ac-
commodate servicemen for the
Sedarim nights are asked to
call the Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee at the Jewish
Welfare Board office. 9-1323.
RED CROSS DONATIONS HIT
LESS THAN HALF WAY GOAL
Buy War Bonds Today
With contributions rolling in to
Red Cross War Fund headquart-
ers, Dade county's drive has
reached less than half of its $464-
000 quota. H. H. Hyman, cam-
paign chairman announced, in
reporting that $168,179 had been
received by Wednesday.

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BETH JACOB
On Monday. March 27th. at 2
p. m.. the Women's Division 01
the American Jewish Congress
holding -Welcome Day"' honor-
ing the old and newly-acquired
members. An interesting pro-
gram is being presented in the
form of Information Please, writ-
ten and directed by Mrs. Benja-
min Sherry. Mrs. Moses Krieger.
Mrs. Lottie Ratstrezher. Mrs. A.
E Wolffe. Mrs. Phyllis Salmon,
and Hrs. Louis Glazzer will par-
ticipate in the program. Miss
Ruth Brotman is in charge of the
musical entertainment which will
consist of a group of Victor Her-
bert melodies to be sung by Miss
Judy Nelson, who will be a
panied by her mother, Mrs. 1
Nelson. Mrs. Sam J
pitality chairman, is in cl
of the social hour. She will be
>'.ed by Mrs. Arthur T:.
and an able commitu i Inti
ing plans will bt presented bmy
the president. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky
Members are cordially invited to
come and bring a guest
When You Think of Real Th nk Of Estate
LEO EISENSTEIN
R E A L T O R
309 Lincoln RoaJ Pftim 5-6479
Dependable Conscientious Service
Leslie Balogh Bain, noted ra-
dio and news commentator, will
be guest speaker at the refl
mor.thlv meeting of the Sister-
hood of Betii Jacob Congregauon.
Monday, March 27th. at 8 p. m.
at the svnagogue. 301 Washing-
ton Ave.. Miami Beach. Mr. Barn
will speak on the subject. -In-
ternational Affairs Today and
Tomorrow."
A fine program
ment ha '-ola
and Sasha Zoderin. Russ
tertainers who hav rmed
in all the large i
Europe. .
try, will share hi nors witl I
..iV.
XI Sistei I will
esses I the i rship of 1
Congregal theii
R
Mi.- M
i-.:-. _. r, | : idi nt, will preside
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
Arbeiter Ring Branch No. 692
of Greater Miami will present a
&'given by the we1-known
writer and poet. H. U'v*,attt
Arbeiter King Lyceum, M
ington Avenue. March 26. at o
D m Mr. Leivik is an important
5iS wish We His.bo
Der Goilem and Snmates.
wen dramatized and played on
the Jewish stage with much BUC
11 The Arbeiter Ring
,al 0f Iheir vice-presi-
dent, Mr. J. Epstein, max-
ing the soul district in
,lf of the Workmena i
n Dates for his me<
mg will be announced later.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold a luncheon meeting Monday
April 3 at 12:30 p. m. at Kaplan
Hall Luncheon will be followed
by election of officers. Rabbi
Jacob Tarshish. Temple Israel s
spiritual leader, will be guest
ker. Reservation! must be
, m advance with any of the
following: Mesdames Harold
. ^.,x OroviU. M. B Rose.
H Kaultmann. Benj. Landau. O.
L' Mendelsohn. Florence Crom-
er, and L Kaufman.
BEACH OTGiRLT
At the last meeting, thp~nv""
B'rith Girls of Miami Beach ff
vited eight new members
their club and after the DC
period a barbecue and swimmin
party will be held at the hoB
Miss Harriet Hart. me o!
MIAMI PIONEERS
BETH DAVID
SPINOZA FORUM
A. Z. A.
TOWER THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th At*.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Fri. and Mat. Only Sat.
March 24-25
//
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n Vermont
WITH
GLORIA JEAN
FAY HELM
Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. Thru Wed., Mar. 25-29
"THRILLING STORY OF
AMERICAN FLIERS WHO
DEFIED AN EMPIRE
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Plans for a farewell affair for
Milt Iman, president of the
B'rith Lodgi an be-
ing formulated by the Miami
Chapter of A.Z.A. No. 322. Otiur
A 7. A and B.Z.B chapters will
participate.
Mr, F a very active
participant in the Junior Order
: B'nai B'rith, A.Z.A. and Flor-
ida district deputy. I n in-
duct' I inl armed services.
The date for the affair has not
been set.
The Miami Chapter of A.Z.A.
No. 322 is planning a parent's day
ration at the B'nai B'rith
Lodge meeting the second Tues-
day in May.
The plans for this affair are
in the hands of a committee of
which District Godol. Ted Sako-
witz, is head.
Prof Edward Clarke, of the
Univ. rsitj I Mia i will bi I i
euest speakei this Saturday aft
.
im. under th< i i
W :- Hth St
\
B
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Next !
Dr. J Flanklm
Williams, also of the Un
I mod
Mian Christ
lure at
Spm : im on; M in
tional Law"
Beth David Sisterhood an-
nounces the sponsorship of a pub-
lic Sader for the first evening of
Friday. April 'th. The
i- will take place in the Beth
i auditorium with capacity
ted to 200. Early reserva-
are suggested and may be
ned by calling the office.
2 1473. Miss Isidor Cohen is in
arrangements.
The Pioneer Women's Club No
1 is making plans for their 5th
annual donor dinner which wi
be held in April. Mrs. I. r0*'U
garten and her committee will an
nounce further details.
WORKERS' ALLIANCE
Jewish National Workers Alii-
ance Bialik Branch 290 will give
a third Sader on April 10th. at
6:30 at the Jewish Center. 1415
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman will be the
main speaker.
ART ASSOCIATION
M. B. JEWISH CENTER
Last Thursday evening tht
ami Beach Jewish Center held
its annual election of officers
and board members of the con-
gregation for the new year. Elect-
ed were: Samuel Friedland, pres-
ident: Joseph Rose, first vice-
president: Herman Berk, second
vice-president; Dr. Sol Selevan.
recording and corresponding sec-
retary: Henry Ungerleider. fin-
ancial secretary, and Harrv Sir-
kin. treasurer. Board members
elected for a three year term in-
clude: Daniel Broad. Isidore
Goldberg. Joseph Lipton. Ray-
mond Rubin, and Harry Zuker-
nick.
An organization for the ad-
vancement of Jewish culture in
Gn at( : Miami was formed under
name of "The Jewish Art
, iation." A meeting will
Bt thi Miami Beach
munity Center. 1415
1 Avenue Thursday, March
30th. at 8:30 p. m.
Dr. Alexander Mukdoni will be
main speaker and Dr. M. J.
CJlick will be the chairman.
M. I. ORTHODOX
CONVICT POLISH SOLDIERS
FOR ANTI-JEWISH ACTIONS
---------
I London (WNS)A number of
i Polish soldiers who were convict-
ed by British authorities for par-
ticipating in anti-Jewish disturb-
ances in Palestine were sen-
j tenced recently to prison terms.
1 according to a report carried
here this week by Reynold News.
a Sunday newspaper It stated
when the offending troops were
arrested. Polish military authon-
ties attempted to effect their le-
lease.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Sis-
terhood will hold their regular
meeting Tuesday afternoon at the
synagogue at 2 o'clock. Maurice
Grossman, executive director of
the Y.M.H.A., will be the guest
speaker.
Buy a Rod and Reel
AND RELAX
For Your Health and Pleasure
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An entertaining program includ-
ing vocalists. Mrs. Lillian Kraff '
and Mrs. Edith Land, character
singer, both to be accompanied by
Miss Anyuta Melicov. pianist, will
be featured at the annual donor
luncheon of the National Council
of Jewish Women, Miami Sec-
:. winch will be held Friday,
March 21, at 12:30 at the Beach-
comber Club. 1271 Dade Blvd..
Miami Beach.
The affair climaxes the fund
ing efforts of Council n
- during the past months and
is the high spot of the Council
ervations are
limited and men
to contact Mrs I, G. K
chairman of the affair, imn
ately.
The Friday Review, sponsored
by the women's division. Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, will meet
on Friday. March 24. at 1:45 p. m.
at the YMHA building. 1 Lincoln
Ro,,d. Miami Beach. Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein will present a dramatic
condensation of Leland Stowe's
latest book. "They Shall Not
Sleep." Reviews are open to
the oublic and proceeds are used
for the war activities of the con-
gn -> group.
National Kosher Market
Wm. Mechlowiti. Prop.
424 CoUins Ave. Ph. 58-1456
We Handle a Full Line of
WINES
Domestic and Palestinian
Also All Kinds of
Matzos, Dry Fruits and Dairy
Products and Passover Sugar
FOR PASSOVER
Your Complet* Departmtat
Store With Quality
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Washington Ave. it 13th St
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
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70 E. Flagler St. Miami
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Services Conducted by Prominent Clergy
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FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympic Building Phone 3-3720
MUSA ISLE
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1700 N. W. 25th Avenue
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Take Bus No. 1 or Yacht
Seminole Queen
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265 N. E. SECOND STREET
OFFERS A
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untorpataad in detail of pre-
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Breakf,.t. Luncheon ,d
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ol Beth David
WE SUGGEST EARLY RESERVATIONS
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
lAAAAMMWw^
lw0 house tu.-sts of Mr. and
CGcorg0eURafhlin, 1517 S. W.
Mi
17th SI. _______
Ml Margery Stark of New
v Vu CitV past president of Al-
jkEpsilonPPhi, arrived Sunday
Dr Eugene Weiss spent a fur-
lounl, with liis parents. Mr. and
M'J Weiss, 030 West Avenue.
Miami Beach. He has just com-
!,,,, oot training as a mem-
U,r ol the U. S. Navy at Great
Lakes .______

BROWNS TO OBSERVE
GOLDEN WEDDING DAY
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman
and daughter have returned to
the eity to make then residence
after spending some time in Sa-
vannah. They will reside at 1421
N. W. 1st Street.
Mrs. Jules Bernstein is conva-
lescing at St. Francis Hospital
from a recent operation.
Mrs. A. Finley Binder of
LynchburK, Va.. spent a week
here. She returned Thursday
accompanied by her mother. Mrs.
Ethel Shochet.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin of
Miami Beach have their daugh-
ter, Mrs. Nelson Zivitz, staying
with them, as her husband, in the
armed forces, is overseas.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mis. Lewis Brown of
1680 S. W. 18th St.. will have
open house for their friends Tues-
day evening, March 28th. from 8
to 11, to celebrate their golden
wedding anniversary. They were
married in McKeesport. Pa. March
28. 1894. In 1922 they came to
Miami to make their home.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Brown,
pioneers, have been active during
their entire stay in communal
activities. Mr. Brown served
treasurer of Beth David. Miami's
pioneer congregation, lor eight
consecutive terms and later
served as president of the organ-
ization. He was active in the
erection of the Talmud Torah
building. He is a past president
of B'nai B'rith and served as B
treasurer of the Zionist organiza-
tion during its early history. He
served as a director of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau and in many oth-
er organizations,
Mrs. Brown was likewise act-
ive, serving two terms as presi-
dent of the Beth David Sister-
hood, in addition to innumerable
other committee chairmanships
and board directorships.
PERETZMANS TO OBSERVE
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Per-
etzman of 926 15th Street. Miami
Beach, will celebrate their 35th
wedding anniversary at the Latin
Quarter. March 23rd and at the
same time their daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Cohen, 1715 S. W. llth
Street. Miami, will celebrate
their third wedding anniversary.
Nat Blumbirg will return to
the city Sunday alter spending a
week in Savannah. While there
he attended special memorial ser-
\ hi for his mother.
RABBI CAHN ASSISTANT
TO DIRECTOR OF HILLEL
RED CROSS SHIP SAILS FROM
RUMANIA WITH 120 CHILDREN
Ankara (JTAThe Swedish
.-learner Velcita. flying the Red
Cross flag, has sailed from the
Rumanian harbor of Constan/a
for Palestine with 120 Jewish
refugee children.
New YorkRabbi Jodah Cahn,
director of the Metropolitan Hil-
lel Bureau for the past year, has
been appointed national admini-
strative assistant to Dr. A. L.
Sachar. national director of the
141 B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tions and Counselorships. Rabbi
Cahn, who has been director of
the Hillel Bureau'in New York
City since 1942, where there are
Hillel Foundations at Brooklyn
College, Queens College, Hunter
College and the uptown and
downtown granches of City Col-
i lege. is also director of the Hil-
lel Foundation at the downtown
branch of City College. He will
continue to serve in this capacity
'maintaining his headquarters at
! 113 East 22nd Street, which is the
homo of the downtown City Col-
lege Hillel Foundation.
Mr. and Mrs, Ted Kaufman. 120
S. W. 40th Avenue, announce the
birth of a son Thursday. March
16th, at the Victoria Hospital.
The Bris took place yesterday, at
which time the baby was named
Robert Lee Kaufman, Rabbi S.
M. Machtei officiated.
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Ensign and Mrs. William Pal-
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here for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blumen-
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Hospital. Miami Beach.
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Announcement has been made
by Mr. and Mrs. Al Frishman of
1401 S. W. 15th St.. of the mar-
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USAAF. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Ginsberg, of Kansas City,
Mo. The couple were married
here at the home of the bride's
parents on Feb. 5.
The former Miss Frishman is a
graduate of Miami Senior High
school and has been active in war
work at the Miami Air depot.
Captain Ginsberg, a graduate of
Kansas City High school, re-
turned recently from a year of
combat duty as a bombardier
with the air forces in the South
Pacific and was awarded the Pur-
pie Heart and the Air Medal with '
an oak leaf cluster.
_________BRISM________
Last Sunday afternoon, at 1330
Lenox Avenue, Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiated at the B'rith
Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob L. Richman.
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PERRY BITTEL ANNOUNCES
FOR I. P. ON MIAMI BEACH
Perry Bittel, well known at-
torney with offices at 311 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach, today an-
nounced formally as a candidate
for justice of the peace, 5th Dis-
trict, which takes in Miami Beach,
as a Democratic nominee subject
to the coming primary election on
May 2nd.
Mr. Bittel has been practicing i
law for the past 21 years contin- ]
uously and is still actively en-
gaged as such at the present time
at Miami Beach.
Mr. Bittel is an active member
of many leading organizations,
among them being the Masons.
Elks. Pythians. Civic League.
B'nai B'rith. Free Sons of Israel.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 24,
The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami. Fla
P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-HH
>Fuce Facts

By Alexander. F. Mill"
Fiorida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
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fludfy Goitgiden^
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, $1.M
1944
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 24.
ADAR 29. 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 12
On
we
we have
the past
problem
THE ANSWER
There are many ways of answering an anti-Semite. So
many ways, in fact, that there has recently been launched an
effort to unify the various responses.
No doubt there is much virtue in this proposal. But the other
day Quentin Reynolds showed a very quick way Ic answer the
anti-Semite, one we commend to our readers.
Quentin Reynolds, one of the best known war correspond-
ents, tells about the answer in a new book, "The Curtain Rises,"
published by Random House.
Reynolds tells how upon his return to the United States from
the war zone, he went to an eastern resort town, to rest up. The
place was full of "elderly grousers" who dressed up for dinner
each night and annoyed him.
"Where did you live?" one of them asked him. and when
Reynolds said New York he remaiked, "How awful. All you
see there are Jews."
"I'm used to Jews." said Reynolds. "Where I've been lately
the place was full of them.'
"Where have you been?" the old grouser asked.
Tve been with the 1st Division in Sicily," Reynolds an-
swered. "It's full of Jews. Perhaps it will please you to know
that a hell of a lot of them were killed."
THE OCCUPATION OF HUNGARY
The sudden occupation of Hungary by the Nazi armies
comes as another terrible blow to the Jews of Europe. Hungary,
as one of the Axis satellite states, has been following the gen-
eral Nazi pattern dictated by Hitler. But as regards the Jews,
there has been somewhat more leniency. At various times,
members of the Hungarian parliament have openly stood up
for the Jews; Hungary has even received a good many refugees
from other countries. With the continuance of the war and the
manifestation of an increasing tendency on the part of Hungary
to withdraw from the war, the treatment of the Jews had.
bettered. j-------------------------------------------~-
It is estimated that there are some 800,000 Jews in Hungary NOTES OF BEACH "Y"
the largest body of "safe" Jews in all Europe, save Russie. And
now this last reservoir of Jews faces the same peril of annihi-
lation as that which wiped out the Jewish populations of Poland
and Holland and other European countries.
The Nazi occupation of Hungary came at a time when hope
pain of becoming a bore,
would lik.' to repeal a remarK
made many times over
several months. The
of anti-Semitism is as
broad as humanity itself and as
narrow as your relations With
your next-door neighbor.'
In Miami and Miami Beach we
are confronted with the problems
inherent in a new community.
Hero, w.'uic people of vari .
backgrounds and religious faiths,
must learn to live with om
I other, the question of indivic
. i articularly ai
Mr. Brow i with
his next-door neij Mr
en and Mr Callohan, will, to
a large extent, d
titude toward the < ntin
i nt.
Although we to get
mi rvation that
local Jewish communitj
an unwarrai
u la ted itself from th< mu-
miy at larg then
^\
active in .'< w.....ffa much
smaller proportion an in
the afi f the | ipulace as a
whole. There are, ol course, the
exceptionsmen like Henrj Il>-
man, chairman of the R< I l !i
Drive; Arthur Ungar, chairman
of the Orange Bowl Committi i
and Stanley Meyers, president of
the Council of Social Agencies.
Bon Rabinowitz, one of the top-
rankinn executives of the Jew*
i.sh Welfare Board, held forth at
some length in our office last
wi ( k on the thesis that bigotry
and intolerance, which is itself
based on ignorance and misun-
derstanding, will be conquered
only when we all learn to work
together and live together.
Men like Hyman, Ungar and
Meyers have built bridges across
the gap surrounding our self-
imposed insularity. They have
each created good will and ad- ,
miration not only for themselves
as individuals but also for the'
group as a whole. There is no'
i why each one of us can-1
not do the -..nil. Remember each I
new bridge built opens an addi-1
tionai artery for the flow of!
understanding and mutual re-,
spect.
An event of outstanding sig-
nificance in the life of Miami
h is getting under way the
auspices of the Miami Beach "Y."
It will center about an outdoor
looked porticuknly bright for the lews of the Balkans Renre- 'nd ,;"'"'v;'1 heid in -:'
sentatives of the War Refugee Board were reported last week SSSTW& *" K
in Turkey as looking with some confidence to the Balkan gov- coin Road. It will tak
ernments permitting the emigration of their Jews.
It is difficult to see when the War Refugee Board could do
now.
duect warning to the Nazis would do. Perhaps a clear and open ">cn evening th. re wil
warning that the United Nations will hold the Nazis responsible s,UlUl' show featuring the I i '
for anything that happens to the Hungarian Jews might have **-- ,01 n'Knt clubs hav<
some effect on the Nazis, now that they must see the
about their own necks tightening.
.__________________By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
BEHIND THE NEWS ..,
Here's something that has come to our attention ancem.
ing police officer James Drew oi New York City, who recent?"
was exonerated of charges of subversive anti-Semitic activihi
... His wife, we're told, was the organizational secretary d
America's "little fuehrer" Joe McWiliams in Brooklyn 52J!
house was filled with anti-Semitic books from cellar to attic
Drew, moreover, had a very odd hobby ... To amuse himself h.
spent hours mimeographing anti-Semitic hate songs for masi
distribution ... But none of this interferred with his being whit*
washed of all charges And here is a news story that should
have been featured in all the newspapers at the time when th
Palestine Resolution was being discussed It's a dispatch-
which, as you may have gathered, wasn't featured at allrecrj
ing: "Two days after setting foot on Palestine soil twelve Jew-
ish refugees volunteered in Jewish units of the British forces
They left the immigration camp at Atlith directly for a miltary
training center." .
WITH THE THEOLOGIANS ...
Dr. Alexander Marks, librarian of the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary, has 225,000 volumes under his care And when he
gets home at night he relaxes by taking a look at some of the
books in his private library, a modest little collection of about
13,000 tomes Don't miss Rabbi Abraham H. Israelitan's book,
"Israel Speaks for Democracy" It's a natural as a textbook
in Jewish religious schools of all wings Members of the Wash-
ington Avenue Temple of Evansville, Ind., will be interested to
learn that their former rabbi, J. H. Skirball, has just made his
debut as a Broadway producer He's been active in Holly-
wood for quite some time, but this is his first invasion of the
East and to the best of our knowledge he is the first rabbi in
any country to have become a bona fide theatrical producer...
In case you want to know, he's co-producer with the Theatre
Guild of Franz Werfel's new play, "Jacobowsky and the
Colonel." .
THIS AND THAT ...
The Dayton Art Institute is featuring an exhibition on "Re-
ligion in Modern Art" Max Band's "Day of Atonement" has
been given a place of honor as representing the Jewish religion
. You must read the beautiful and moving tribute to Leon Blum
in Pierre Cot's newly published book, "Triumph of Treason" ...
We do not, however, recommend the 'Tost Biographies of Fa-
mous Journalists," due to hit the book stalls soon The life
stories of Bernarr Macfadden and Westbrook Pegler, as re-
counted there, are far from objective When trombonist
Tommy Dorsey makes his concert appearance with the Pitts-
burgh Symphony Orchestra next season he will probably ploy
a trombone concerto which will be the work of Leonard Bern-
stein, handsome young American composer and assistant con-
ductor of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra Producer
Billy Rose is planning big things for the old Ziegfeld Theatre,
which he recently bought When a Rose show is playing
there, coffee and petits lours will be served in the downstairs
lounge. .
...< place on
April 15, 16, and it Every con-
ceivable form of entertainment
Perhaps this would be a time to see what"a s^dSftTand Uon SVeconte ""' "'" edlflc-
Each
emplati 1 i ro
noose
THE WAR'S NOT OVER FOR HIM!
Offer- The many difl
thswill offer bargains in mer-
vYim n B"1.- most important,
w 11 be the holiday carnival spirit
which will prevail, giving til Mi-
ns a chance (0 meet and get
acquainted. h
Ate""! {hv v,nU,,v wU1 '"
,Aified B. Rosenstein. Under
him. ami in ,,, the mer-
chandise committee are Rudy IVd-
-> M. S H. I.utsky. Mrs. Philip
i Salmon. Mrs. Kd j vj...','*
serving-on the committee
Aronovitz. I. Goldstein.
ITS
are I.
Mrs.
More. Krieger. bSTES*
venture. Tickets Ire LvaiU
avail
iho coirunittee"and)yatr?h^Mf f
Beach "V" off... at the Miami
able now from
ttee i
"Y" office.
Jerusalem (WNS)Tu.-.n
to^youE^S" she wants
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IERATION WORKERS
fsPIRED BY SENATOR
|(C0NTInued2^m paoe 1)
n, Jacob H. Kaplan opened
iPmnrtinK with an invocation
IttwSrctoMd by the bene-
Y R;i|,!)i Moses Meschel-
%wb Sher, campaign chair-
E. SSded- Mus!c was pro-
Ki fhrouRh the efforts of Man-
HScTand four Boy Scouts
J,ed *s a color guard
bated at the speakers table
I? Qonator Popper, Mrs. Pep-
KfrMvors. Dr Kaplan. Rab-
TMescheloff. Mr. Scher Milton
Ifm-in Mr. and Mrs. Sol
ESS. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Herbert E. Scher Max
Cv'W Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
En Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs.
Us Mescheloff. Mr. and Mrs.
rnle SeliS. Mr- and Mrs. Ben-
Un B Goldman, Leon Sher.
i and Mr.v Sam Blank. Carl
tinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Bronston. Mr. and Mrs Ben-
nin Meyers and Mr. and Mrs.
Evict Phillips.____________
)NGRESSMAN GREEN
LpENS HIS CAMPAIGN
Congressman Green, on a state-
|dc radio hook-up. formally
Lned his campaign for gover-
br last Monday at 7:30 p. m.
his will be a weekly feature
her WFTI. and affiliated sta-
bns each Monday night at 7:30
I During this series of heart-to-
Vart talks to his fellow-Flori-
bns. Congressman Green will
Ether outline his careful prepa-
+Jenlst fhcridiimn
PAGE FIVE
ration toward the furtherance of
his boyhood ambition to serve
his native state as governor.
"Through his experience as a
teacher, having begun this pro-
fession at an early age. Congress-
man Green is fully aware of the
needs of our educational pro-
gram, particularly the teachers,
and, from its inception, has fully
endorsed the complete program
of the Continuing Educational I
Council of Florida, his support-1
ers stated.
Congressman Green will con-
fine his platform to the follow-
ing 10 points:
Win the war and restore peace.
Restore state's rights and local
self-government.
Equitable and just taxation.
No additional tax.
Expand and develop Florida's
industrial and all natural re-
sources.
Cheaper automobile tags.
Justice and equality for indus-
try and labor understanding.
Homestead and other aid for
all veterans.
Definitely $40 per month for
aged. Cut red tape.
Raise salaries of the school
teachers. Health advancement.
A United Florida.
Carry out recommendations
Florida Continuing Educational
Council.
Build roads. Develop commer-
cial aviation. Develop tourist
trade.
OBITUARIES
We protect our ships when we
zip the lips!
A torpedo goes where it is
pointed. Don t point the enemy's
torpedoes, by careless conversa-
tion! Zip the lip!
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(I nla column is ooMuotajfl by the
t.realer Miami Jewlah Federation In
cooperation with The JewUh Florid -
Ian :ih a community ervire. To Inform
the community of your organisation's
activities ami to avoid conflict* in
ilateH, phone 3-0411 and ask for
'(-ommunlty Calendar." Notification
mtiKt reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
Wednesday. March 22nd:
Workmen's Circle Branch No.
292. executive committee meet-
ing, 25 Washington Ave., 8:30 p.
m.
Sunday. March 26th:
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, joint report meeting of Mi-
ami and Miami Beach workers,
Miami Women's Club, 1737 N.
Bayshorc Drive. Miami, 11 a. m.
Monday. March 27th:
Bureau of Jewish Education,
executive committee meeting, at
Beth David synagogue, 7:30 p. m.;
Bureau of Jewish Education,
board of directors meeting, Beth
David synagogue. 8:30 p. m.; Wo-
men's Division, American Jewish
Congress, regular meeting.
Tuesday. March 28th:
Jewish Welfare Bureau. Blue
Room. Ingraham Bldg.. 8 p. m.
Wednesday. March 29th:
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, Donor's Luncheon; Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, report
meeting of Miami Beach work-
ers, YM&WHA of Miami Beach. 1
Lincoln Road, 8 p. m.
Thursday. March 30th:
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, report meeting of Miami
workers, YMHA, 1567 S. W. 5th
St., 8 p. m.
HERBERT KLEIMAN
Herbert Kleiman of 2830 Pine-
tree Drive, Miami Beach, died
early Wednesday morning. Strick-
en with a heart attack, Mr. Klei-
man, 43, had been a resident of
this area for 20 years. He is sur-
vived by his widow, Mrs. Phyllis
Kleiman and his mother. Mrs.
Jean Kleiman. Two of his broth-
ers, Milton and Louis, reside
here. One brother, Max, and
three sisters. Miss Morris Klei-
man, Mrs. Ann Levy and Mrs.
Morris Merrit live in Cleveland
and funeral arrangements have
tentatively been set for Sunday,
March 26th, with services at Riv-
erside Memorial Cnapel and bur-
ial at Woodlawn Park Cemetery.
and was a member of Temple Is-
rael of Miami and Beth Sholom
of Miami Beach. Surviving are
two sons, Irvin and Bennett Ap-
plebaum; a daughter, Mrs. Thelma
Silverstein, and two brothers. Ben
and Philip Warshaw, all of Mi-
ami. Services were conducted by
Rabbis Max Shapiro and Samuel
Machtei at 3 p. m. Thursday in
Gordon Funeral Home, with bur-
ial following in Woodlawn Park
Cemetery.
MRS PAULINE MEISEL
The body of Mrs. Pauline Mei-
sel, 69, of 1019 Euclid Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, who died Tuesday in
a local hospital was sent to Brook-
lyn, N. Y., by Riverside Memor-
ial Chapel. She is survived by
three sons. Max Meisel of Miami
Beach, William of Brooklyn and
Sidney of Jamaica, L. I., and two
daughters, Mrs. Fay Friedman of
Brooklyn and Mrs. Sadie Lu-
bash of Richmond Hill, L. I.
MRS. RAY APPLEBAUM
Mrs. Ray Applebaum, 53. wid-
ow of Philip Applebaum. died in
a hospital Wednesday after suf-
fering a heart attack at her home,
1721 S. W. 11th Ter. She came
here 18 years ago from New York
Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Deblinger of 151 N. E.
First St., died in a local hospital
Wednesday, March 15th. He is
survived by his parents and
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fields
of the New Pioneer Hotel. Ser-
vices were conducted at the Palm-
er Funeral Chapel by Rabbi Max
Shapiro of Beth David Congre-
gation. Interment followed in
the Jewish section of the Wood-
lawn Park Cemetery.
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+JewistFk>rMiari
RFqm TTTinNq PASSED I organization, and be it further 'RED C R O S S SERVIC
W^SfSeI BUS V*a Sfflg? HEADS NAMED FOR 1944
______ the organization be extended to
A resolution was adopted by the members of his family, wnn
e Jewish Welfare Bureau ex- the expression and a sincere i
th
pressing
condolences upon the that the worthy name and repu-
of
Announcement was made todaj
a partial list of appointments
Rod Cross service heads roi
, Cross -' rvici heads for
C Gordon Ai d< rson, chap-
to His abode above, Herbert E. deceased,
Kleiman, who departed from this jn Witness Whereof, the under-
earth on the 22nd day ol March, signed has hereunto set his hand
1944. and and seal > '' Mrs! Herbert 6."Vance. ]
Whereas, Miami Jewry has been Miami, Florida, this 22nd mmander C
informed of the sudden passing of March, 1944.
i lowing: ..._..
' u-V
LaHuis, nurse recruitment: Wil-
liam J. Pruitt. junioi R
Herbert E. Kleiman. past vice-
president and treasurer of this
organization, and
Whereas, the deceased in his
lifetime always participated in
Jewish communal life and devot-
ed himself to the betterment of
the welfare of his Jewish breth-
ren in distress, and
Dr. Albert E Ro 11 thai,
President.
A Mills, camp and hospital r-
vice Henry E M n :
Harold Ward, by-laws; Chi
F Helmlv and Mi -1'1"
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Miami Lodge of Elks el< i '
JlidiV Louie Hailiiel as
\\hereas. his death is a loss not and William Shayne as trustee al
only to this organization but to their annual election last week.
all Jewish organizations in this George S. Okell was unanimous-
COLIN P. KELLY TO BE
HONORED BY STATUE
City, thole!, n
Be it resolved that there be
spread upon the records of this
organization the regret and sor-
row that the organization has. at
the untimely death of Herbert E
Kleiman. a form< r i ffici r of 1
ly chosen as i
M i lison Fli Ai
: en ol World Wai II, the
nn Colin 1'. Kelly.
first
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' Zip Ihe lip!
REGISTER HOW!

I RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUR
CONSIDERATION AND SUPPORT.
My conduct and record of service
as a faithful, public-minded com-
munity servant, speaks for itself.
George S. Okell
Candidate for Legislature
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GOVERNOR ASKS FOR
MORE SALVAGE PAPER
Tall -Governor Holland
appealed to Floridians today to
help in the national scrap pap r
collection and keep supplies
flowing to America's armed
forces at the world's battlefronts.
irtage ol waste paper at the
- I ecoming critical, and
Donald M, Nelson, chairman ol
the War Production Board, aid
it "not only threatens a regular
continuance" <>f shipment of sup-
to the battlefronts hut it
"seriously affects practically "all
essential civilian uses ol pai
Scrap paper is used m making
paperboard containers and other
paper products for the war ef-
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Governor Holland that present
salvage of 533.000 tons monthly
must be increased to 667.000 t ms
monthly.
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r.v MARCH 24, 1944
TEB MIAMI JJ^''^7B^*iMITTEE ""Kg* b* *Mj Miami Jewish Federation
qj xhe Jewish Weltar* Board HP U Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
PAGE SEVEN
fk n
SERVICE
PARADE!
UPCHURCH TO ABOLISH
ALL BUREAUCRACIES
i The Greater Miami Anny-
NaVr Committee want, in-
ESting W2*J&E
li,m those in service. These
ISTbe uTed for publication
I*! the Service Parade Page
I Ef The Jewish Floridian. the
Idailr P'*ss and national
Iffications. Send original
IS copies of these letter, to
El Army-Navy Committee.
Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
These will be returned if
requested. Make it possible
Hoi everyone to know where
lour servicefolk are. what
[they are seeing and doing.
Pvt. Leonard A. Poriti, son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Poritz, 350 Euc-
lid Ave., Miami Beach, has ar-
rived at Scott Field, 111., for a
course in radio operating and me-
chanics. He is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High.
SENATOR GRAHAM IS
WELCOMED ON TOUR
Second Lt. Harold Michelson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Michel-
son. 1238 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, has graduated from bom-
bardier training at San Angclo,
Tex.
oecond Lt. Arthur D. Slote,
|5 Biscaync Blvd. has been se-
Fed to attend the officers odo-
tnh course of the field artillery
hool at Fort Sill. Okla. He is
"son of Mr and Mrs. Benjamin
Slotc Miami.
idward M. Peretzman. 824 S.
3rd St., left Monday night(
irch 20th. for Jacksonville to
(inducted into theeiavy.
J,t CoL and Mr*. Elry Stone
fere visitors to the city last
ek Lt. Col. Stone has been
ifcrred to Camp Sibert. Ala.
. and Mrs. Burnett Roth
ent several days in the city
1 week. They came here from
rip Blanding, where Sgt. Roth
fstationed.
Ben Greenwald. son-in-law of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Minden,
1524 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach,
has been promoted to junior lieu-
tenant in the navy and is sta-
tioned at Morchead City, N. C.
His wife, the former Selma Ann
Minden, is with him.
PASSOVER HOSPITALITY
Register your facility now.
and make a place in your
home for the Passover Sedar-
im for a serviceman. Home
hospitality i. 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 meal, with you.
Milton M. Gaynor, son of Mrs.
G. K. Gaynor, 323 Meridian Ave..
Miami Beach, who was promoted
to the rank of first lieutenant, is
statioined in Tampa, attached to
the Third Bomber Command
Headquarters. He is a graduate
of the University of Florida.
First Lt. Robert L. Sigel, son
of Nate Sigel, 4321 N. W. Sixth
Ave., has reported to San An-
tonio, Tex., aviation cadet center
for duty. He will serve as unit
commander in the bombardier-
navigator preflight school.
JacksonvilleEstablishment of
a post-war program fully repre-
sentative of every section of
Florida, in which the state would
co-operate with municipal and
county governmental units and
civic organizations for maximum
results, was proposed here by
Frank D. Upchurch, candidate I
for governor, in a speech be-
fore the Duval County Upchurch-
for-Governor Club meeting.
"It is not enough," Upchurch
declared, "that we merely say
the state will co-operate with the
cities, towns and counties in the
solution of their problems. We
must make that a reality by set-
ting up a balanced program in
which the leaders of every com-
munity shall have full opportu-
nity to present and gain con-
sideration for their plans and
problems.
"We shall begin by eliminating
every semblance of bureaucratic
evils and by returning at once
to the sound principles of real
democracy. Thus will a pro-
gram of co-operation erase all
present and any future ten-
dencies toward bureaucratic dic-
tatorship," Upchurch said.
Orlando, Fla.Encouraged by
enthusiastic welcomes in Key
West, Tampa and St. Petersburg.
State Senator Ernest R. Graham,
of Dade County, was heading
into northwest Florida again af-
ter addressing the Orlando Junior
Chamber of Commerce on Flor-
ida's post-war problems and op-
portunities.
To audiences in every section
of the state, Senator Graham is
emphasizing unity and co-opera-
tion, pointing out that problems
and opportunities in one section
of Florida are closely interwoven
with problems and opportunities
throughout all Florida. From his
experience as a "dirt farmer in
a resort area," he is showing
the close link between the two,
explaining that.Florida's agricul-
tural countiesr can supply the
beef, poultry, dairy products and
vegetables, now totalling some
$50,000,000 annually, for visitors
brought into the state through
advertising.
Chaplain Hir.ch Freund was
promoted this week to a captain-
cy. Chaplain Freund is stationed
on Miami Beach.
Pfc. Leonard Pearl. 1427 Me-
ridian Ave Miami Beach, has en-
rolled in a special course of in-
struction at Southern Signal
Corps school at Camp Murphy.
|A former Miami physician. Mxl-
M. Coplan. has been promoted
i the rank of commander at the
Lral hospital at Jacksonville.
jiere he is head of the depart-
Jent of urology.
(Entering the Naval Reserve in
85, he was called to active duty
; week after the attack on Pearl
ibor. and was ordered to the
cksonville naval hospital.
[Comdr. Coplan graduated from
Vanderbilt school of medicine
moved to Miami to establish
i practice in 1925. His wife and
kughu-r live in Coral Gables.
Harvey, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Sootin, upon his
graduation in June from Tech-
nical High, will enter Naval Col-
lege, V6, where he expects to re-
main for the next two years. He
will be stationed at the Great
Lakes Naval Academy.
Pfc. Henry Stein. 32, of Brook-
lyn, an infantryman, was killed
in action in Italy while serving
as company aid man and has
been posthumously awarded the
Purple Heart. Employed in the
New York City Department of
Health in civilian life, he joined
the army a year and a half ago.
|Sgt Sol Bernstein spent a short
ilouRh here and returned to
acDill Field, Tampa, where he
| stationed.
12 c Seaman aSol Blumenkranz
ent a furlough visiting his par-
Its, Mr. and Mrs, William Blum-
kkranz of Miami Beach.
Pfc Sidney Schneider, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schneider,
611 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
promoted to corporal at Pueblo,
Colo. Army air base. He is a
navigation instructor.
David Joseph Schwartz. 3320 N.
W. Fifth Ave., and Kenneth Mark
Meyerson. son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Meyerson, 652 15th St.. Mi-
ami Beach, have reported to the
Bainbridge, Ga., Army air field
as aviation trainees. Schwartz
is a graduate of Miami Senior
High school and Meyerson is a
graduate of the Miami Beach High
school and a former student of
University of Florida.
Irving Futerfas left Miami this
week to enter the armed forces.
Pvt. Robert Benjamin. 21. of
Philadelphia, member of a Texas
airfield armament section, was
fatally injured in line of duty.
Private Benjamin was eulogized
by the commanding officer of the
post as "an excellent soldier and
a fine fellow to have around."
Sgt. Paul P. Meyers. 32, of Chi-
cago, a Flying Fortress gunner
and assistant radio operator, was
killed in action over Europe. He
had returned to combat after sus-
taining wounds and was the
recipent of the Purple Heart.
Sgt. Maurice Brahen. 26, of
Camden, N. J., a member of the
Marine Corps, has been killed in
action in the Southwest Pacific.
Sergeant Brahen entered the
service eight years ago.
Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18, Florida
Seaman 1/c Alfred Wolf. 19. of
New York City, lost his life in
action while on duty in the At-
lantic. In service a year, he was
the recipent of a Letter of Com-
mendation from the Secretary of
the Navy.
Name
Home Address .
Birth Date
Serial No.
Street City
___Birthplace.
State
Civilian Occupation .
Date Entry
In Service ______
City State
Marital Status----------
Branch of Service_____________
Full name of nearest kin .___
Relationship_________Address
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 ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK. CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIQ. Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sac.
Executive Committee
Mra. Max Dobrln, Ben B. Goldman,
Maurice Groiiman, Louia Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry
Koven. Harry Markowttx. Alex-
ander F. Mifier. at Roth. Fred
Shochet. MiFton Slrkin. Joaeph
Stein, Mra. Herman Wallach. Carl
Welnkla, George Wolpart, Harry
Zukernlck.
Dt'oting This Page to the Ettorts of the Army-Nary Committee. Ma4e Possible Through
the Co-Operation of
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First National Bank Bldg.
CARL'S MARKETS
Miami Miami Beach
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1SS E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
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FIXZIT SYSTEM
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FLA. WHOLESALE GROG. CO.
82 N. E. 21th Street
GREEN BROS..
5S N. E. 24th Street
HUB DRY GOODS
129 N. Miami Avenue
JACK C. JAYSON
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DONALD LAVIGNEUNIFORMS
114 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO.
149 N. E. 10th Street
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for
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From South Florida District
Your Support is Earnestly
Invited.
Democratic Primary
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PAGE EIGHT
9>Jeistfk>rkfian
>AY. MARCH 24.
H'
NOTES OF Y. M.H.A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
tliis
and
Dave Willner
Senator Pepper Spoke
The sixth annual campaign oi
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration officially opened on Sun-
day. March 19, 1944. s>
Claude Pepper was the i
speaker and delivered a m<
which should make us all
ize how important it is for us to
succeed in this campaign.
Not only because we are Jews
but because the "Y" is a par-
ticipating agency in Federation
we should all do our share. Then.
too, there are many who were
liberal contributors and ardent
campaign workers in the pasl
who are now in the mi
service. Therefore, there
greater responsibility than ever
on those of us on the home front
to "carry the ball." Give ol
time, energy Bn j freely
By the way. the Boy S
of Troop t>. '.\ ho "V."
opened the 1
akfasl at the Wofford II tel
by a presental
were led by Men :-. Wetstein.
Runner-Up In Gold Ball
The "Y" team ti ok s
place in the YMCA G
i i, -
cently. Th< y los
the imals by a s
Stem ana Dav< Lachi vit
serve much credit I
showini
nan ent
Milt P
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i erfi rn a
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.; I IB
se\ i
wer
so '
-one
of the outstandi
the ent. All
men bers i awarded silver
bask lls as s pi
Diamondball
V
C G s
rning by re ol 8-6 A
sowitz, i
l rother, Har I. <
ws
Cultural Program
Rram
lor the season has be n con>
eluded. I wonder what the .:
ish community has to si
1 can't help feeling I
ran was tin finest cult
..ram pn sented I ie j\ w-
community in tin i..
Gn .,:,: Miami. AS,. I can't
help feeling that Daw Mill< r
his cultural con I lid i I
: >en
I
Naturally, Dav<
aided bj th
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rsity of *1
. Li ague, Les

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you recall, : of
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torj I gave I

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extend I bj I
v to all of t .-ants in
project and to
Ins committee.
Passover Services
The Army-Navy Committee ia
making every effort to place all
'Jewish servicemen stationed in
this area n Jewish homes for
Maurice
Grossman, our "V l!l"
i, ctor, is chairman of th( Ke< i
tion Committee ol the Ai
Navj Ci mn
tak< n tl 'i placing I
i
three or
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hay.
list,
this immi as
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
thi Gn atei Miami
How.-.
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
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dross the
.evening and
of
him
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of a
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LONG TIME TO PAY
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d n ction
I i Maurice
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Zedek: Friday eve-
it 7 n. in." This
Saturday morning at 9 a. m there
will be combined senior and
junior services in celebration of
Bar-Mitzvah ol Bernard Al-
Mi ai I Mrs Harry
Ross. After the Bar-Mitzvah a I
i Sin : Api il will re-
I. Kiddush will follow the
Bar-Mitzvah Shulchan Oruch
P- > con ; y Rabbi
Mincha s< rvices and Sho-
s' 'uos will follow. Sunday
1.at 10 a. m. Talmud Torah
S daily.
''::-; krael Regular Friday
at 815 Sen -
will be conducted by Rabbi
,!' Tarsh the theme
for discussion will be "Whv
A :l>'"' S.......th services Sat-
urday morning at li a m R< i
by SUterho. I will f,
tne n-ida\ ,, nil i set vices
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Friday evening
t speaker Dr A
liscuss "The Penta-
During the i .
Phil J.
M r
will
Iry-
I ast Sunday morning the lead-
i and workers ul the 1944 Fed-
,ii campaign were inspired
9 by the Hon. Claude
I'. pp r. junior senator of the
,,i Florida, and were given
indication of the trend
ol national thought towards a
Jewish Homeland in the Neariattend
East. Our senator indicated an time,
rest m our problems and
i a keen understanding ev-
idently based on considerable
study "I the post war problems
h will lace the Jews. Be-
this undertone of political
ight, Mr. 1'epper showed the
oi the existence of a
Federation campaign and the im-
nce ol giving In the past
there has been too much tenden-
cy tn regard your contribution as
,, hi duction from your income
tax, The gift is made with an
eye towards the detriment that .
annual return will suffer I the Wr rather than the benefit which'
will inure to the receiver. In
to appreciate a true chari-1
ii eling, you must deny j "* a*?'!"?" Did You Nki
elf something. In this driv
B-nalB'r,,hnr, ""^"''IspoU
bers of the org^t^1
anee.ofthe^.;::;^,^^
Bnai B'rith and X^UeJ
ers. It would tJrwSpjJ
yWcongreg,5SM
c. n Persnali
Sgt. Burnett Roth fnrm.
dent of Sholem Lodee [Dr*
in the office las, j$&\ffi*
cated that brother in ,",? "*
vice need, more than *
else, to hear as to the
and the personal mndem
occur among members R,
indicated that packages and
are not as pleasamly^iSj]
I nice, juicy letter tS**
brother which would L*
1 in contact with
front. H
nyibaajl
keep
, home
"
rarfi^ssjaaai
it someimng. in mis drive
the way to achieve that feeling is
to give jugt a little Ijit more than
you had intended and please do
not let your intentions be your
Let's make the Federa-
tion a reality instead of a goal.
And give liberally of your time
U an approaciied by a
worker, remembering he is not
paid and is sacrificing time
from his business business or
family
The last regular meeting of the
Lodge was held last Tuesday eve-
ning at the Miami Beach Y. The
committee reports that more than
i ver oriole the Lodge is engag-
ing in activities to promote the
welfare and harmonious relations
ol our people in the community.
In fact, the entire meeting was
almost consumed by the numer-
ous committee reports. Some
members may feel that such pro-
cedures make for uninteresting
meetings. Some comment was
made to that effect. However.
m exist for reasons more than
a diversion. The record of an
administration is reviewed by
its accomplishments and not by
its memories. Whether it is done
August's Hospitality
Goldstein s enthusiasm'."]
Jack
Isidore
Sab Miller's i
Heimans silence MrsFlSI
bein's delightful music t2
you very much. MrVf ishh+in
Paul Weitznian'sacqm S]
"aroS Turks engaging peJ
ltyWatch out S
was I beaming?
I.at,
8:15
Sachar wil
' Lid '
Saturday
Silverberg i
I Marl. ....
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topi : .
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am8 R
right or wrong, you can not be
the judge. The summation is
your answer,
Announcements
On the night of March 28th at
Temple Israel, the degree team
of Maurice Cromer, Ernest Suss-
an, Max Silver. Lou Heiman
and Milton Friedman, will con-
duct the initiation of the Lou
Heiman class of new members of
Lodge. The Honorable Sol
: m lent of District 5 of
the District Grand Lodge, and
Julius Fi her, its treasurer, will
' e guests If you have attended
P*8' lions, you will know
that these two gentlemen are
among the outstanding Jewish
leaders in this section of the
country and raving lived near
the nations capital, will have
"'?'"'' facts to reveal.
On March 30th. throughout the
and synagogues in this
City the cultural committee head-
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SERVING MIAMI BEACH
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FOR
COUERnOI
FARMER BLACKSMITH
TEACHER LEGISLATE
JUDGE CONGRESSMAN
He has a broad
ing oi Florida's war
war problems.
FOR UNITY IN
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and port
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BY
GOVERNMENT OF.
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