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The Jewish Floridian ( March 31, 1944 )

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ihJewisltUEIIiDiciidliigun VOLUME 17— No. 13 $189,095 Goal is Assured by ] Workers' Reports Made at Meeting Held Last Sunday o — The final report meeting for, ,h.. 194-1 United Appeal will "be h .,l ( i i, Miami Woman s Club. fi? 17ti Terrace and N. Bay' A.M.. Sunday. MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 31, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS shore Ami! 2. when workers, captains and division heads arc expected .„ ,,.;[ ,,: progress In obtaining contributions that will place the i over the top of its S189.< '• i,st Sunday reS 157.863 had been to the Federationl A, • [ g neral report ses.;, the Miami Woman's Club a spirited address ,1 by Dr. A. L. i v professor ol the Illinois and national Hillel Foundations. tl i facl his words those men and not taken part in thi %  Dr. Sachar as, "is reaching the re more contributors produce more rcvalso to broaden the SO that more famactive parts in the nmunal life." 0( of Hungary by the in pointed out, placed 900.000 native Jews in mortal terror, in addition to countless hordes ol Jewish refugees who had fled there from other coun| tries. "One of the chief hazards we I face in civilization is the lack of Iunderstanding of the tragedy of others. To US they are not individuals, but just numbers. We have become mutinized and have I not allowed widespread tragedy Ito touch us personally. In doing I this we have lost much of the I beauty of living. "Many good people who are lunlouched by reality insist upon [routine actions when they are faced with the need for someIthing to be done immediately that lis oi an independent nature. 1' [is not the wicked people alone Iwho do the most mischief. Much [of it u done by good people who routinized so tl/at Ithey no longei respond to the disasters befalling %  others, Keen rivalry between groups of lute Men's and Women's divisions [of th,. Km i.In t t .(i Appeal for [campaign eadership was height1 • meeting! on Wed|nesday and Thursday nights of [this week when the Miami Beach •groups mel at the Beach YM & [wHA and the Miami workers at [lie Miami YMHA. Their prog' revealed at 11 A.M. [Sunday dining the joint report [meeting to be held at the Miami I Woman's Club. ,. jkporl last Sunday awarded pst pla, hl Miami Beach Pjen with a total of $4,502 in conrumtions. In second place were Miami Beach women with TO HIVE HEBREW CALENDAR PASSOVER First Sedar, Friday, April 7 Second Sedar, Sat., April 8 Rosh Hodesh lyar.Mon., April 25 Lag B'Omer Thurs.. May 11 Rosh Hodesh Si van. .Tue., May 23 Shabuot Sun., May 28 Dade County Rabbinate Relinquish Their Pulpits to B'nai B'rith Speakers I, APRIL 16 Completion of the HM4 United Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be celebrated at a buffel dinner in the Wofford Hotel, Miami Beach, the night of Sunday. April Hi. Tins will be two w< eks alter tiie final report meeting. %  'Customarily such celebrations come hard on the hi els 'i| the campaign," said Jacob Sher, campaign chairman, in announcing for the celebration. "But this year we are having a delay because ol the Passover holidays additional time also .should provide the opportunity tor all workers to complete their tasks so that at the dinner we will be a hie to give a final and complete report on the success of this appeal for $189,095." The dinner is to be given by the campaign officials and the officers and executive committee of the Federation to campaign workers and admission will be by invitation only. Invitations will be mailed to the workers. The Rabbinate of Dade County have given over their weekend pulpits to B'nai B'rith and its activities. Invitations to representatives to appear in each ol the synagogues were tender* d to Sholem Lodge. Chairman of the' religious event. Mr. I). C. Willner, announced speakers for the houses (,t worship as follows: Beth Jacob. March 31, Harold Turk; Schaarei Zedi k. April 1, Mam .re Croiner; Temple Israel. March 31. Milton A Friedman; Beth David. March 31, Isaac Levin; Miami Beach Jewish CenApnl l, Louis Heiman; Beth Sholom Center. March 31, William Kes.se.man, and Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue, April 1, Abe Aronovitz. Speakers will discuss B'nai B'rith and its many functions. Thousands of Hungarian Jews Arrested and Await Forced Labor or Execution PRfflfllS PEOPLE IN EUROPE u mm JEWS Protestant Clergy Call for Curbing of Anti-Semitism Straus Names D. J. Apte Regional Vice-Chairman Cincinnati, Ohio — Roger W. Straus of New York. National Chairman of the $550,000 joint fund campaign of the Union of American Hbrew Congregations and the Hebrew Union College, Boston (WNS)—More than 300 Protestant ministers of Greater Boston joined in an appeal to Police Commissioner Sulivan to prevent further anti-Jewish disturbances. The plea oi the Protestant clergy came following an incident last Friday when a group of anti-Semitic hoodlums spied Seaman AAoert Cohen who was marching with a band from the Maiden Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Alter passing several derogatory remarks about Cohen and several other Jewish members of the band, the hoodlums beat up several of the Maiden youths. Jewish American Farmers Make War Contributions New York (WNS)—American Jewish farmers are contributing significantly to the war effort, according to the annual report of Gabriel Davidson, managing director of the Jewish Agricultural Society. The report estimates that over 100.000 Jews in America are deriving a living from the land and own more than a million acres. The Jewish farmer, the report says, may be found in all branches of agriculture. Since 1939, the society has settled 739 refugee families on the land. Of that number. 592 families have survived the usual defections among beginners. Miami Zionists to Hold Regular Meeting Monday The Greater Miami Zionist District will hold its regular monthly meeting next Monday evening, April 3, at 8:30 o'clock at the Miami YMHA, 1567 S.W. Fifth Street. Harry Simonhoff. chairman of the nominating committee, will present his report and nominations for the election of officers for the current year. The public is invited. Canadians Can Now Get Matzos Tariff Duty Free Washingon (W N S) — Canada, this vear. will be able to get matzos from the United States ^NVr S) 7 piCal f Hghetto' ^"SMIS paiUcn^of Cornmerce y h eTe h made last m.," Propaganda is a broadposthumously awarded the highest !" 1 !" C mnounccment indicating that the usual ban on such products would be lifted by Canada on account of the war. Washington (JTAl—Emphasizing that Jews ni Hungary and in the Balkan countries 'are nowthreatened with annihilation." President Roosevelt at a pn conference issued a statement calling upon the free peopli Europe and Asia to open temporarily their frontiers to all escaping Nazi victims. He that "all who knowingly take part in the deportation of Jews to their death" shall be punished. The President revealed that lie has been in close touch with Prime Minister Churchill and Premier Stalin on the matter He asked that every man everywhere under Nazi domination "hide these pursued victims, help them to get over their borders, and do what he can to save them from the Nazi hangman." "Hundreds of thousands of Jews, who while living under persecution have at least found a haven from death in Hungary and the Balkans, are now threatened with annihilation as Hitler's forces descend more heavily upon these lands,"' the President said. "That these innocent people, who have already survived a decade of Hitler's fury, should perish on the very eve of triumph over the barbarism which their persecution symbolizes, would be a major tragedy." The President said at his press conference that the work of the War Refugee Board is going very well and the board has actually been getting people out. He announced the appointment of John W. Pehle. previously acting executive director, to the full directorship of the WRB. Asked whether the United States would take part in offering haven, the President said that we are taking care of all the refugees we can get out now. in North Africa, for one place. When it was indicated that the question applied to haven in the United States, the President answered that there are not enough to come, for one reason. Bern (JTA) — Thousands of Hungarian Jews arrested by tne Gestapo in Budapest and olln i parts of occupied Hungary are now being held m three concentration (amps, awaiting deportation to Poland for extermination in gas chambers or forced labor in Upper Silesian coal mines, it is K port< d here. A brief S.O.S. has reached here from Jews in Hungary in the form of a carefully worded telegram of twenty words, which can all be reduced to the single word Help!'' The message discle-i s that i lie camps whenthe aii JeWS are being held aie located in Ersekuyvar, Ipolvsajj and Fuelek. Th • first eyewitness account to lur. said that thousands of Social Democrats and various anti-Nazis swarmed over the countryside outside of Budapest after dark last Sunday, making for the Slovakian frontier 70 miles away. Few trams left Budapest that night, and to board them required at least three special permits. Carefully evading the main highways, the refugees, laden with bundles, tramped northward. Many were caught before they had a chance to reach the outskirts of Budapest. The rest marched for three consecutive nights, sleeping during the day in barns and woods along the way. Refugees from other towns were met by those from Budapest. On Wednesday they approached 'the frontier. It is estimated that : 10,000. divided into groups led by local guides, were prepared to | cross into Slovakia at points usu' ally not heavily guarded. But Uhey were too late. The Slovak government had moved up reinforcements to guard the frontier, and along the 400-mile stretch from Bratislava to Kosice. there was not a loophole for the despairing refugees. Thousands were arrested, while Hungarian peasants sympathetically provided first-aid and shelter for others who were not seized, but who were too weary to flee elsewhere' Passover Services for Our Soldiers in North Africa Itiif S3.9 4. The Miami women with PUU were next and the Miami rn. with a total of $2,627. were in fourth i LS?" Fn, d man is co-chairgsnof tne Men's division and Sol BWw m • %  '"-chairman of the p ach nu-n. At the Beach women E "wking under direction of Etaim B S? |amta Mayers and in R wonuns co-chairman ?> Mrs. Monte Selig. [Accuse Jewish Soldiers of Noting Italian Cathedrals bond announced today the appointment of six American Jewish leaders to serve as regional vice-chairmen for the campaign. Among the six vice-chairmen heading the Southeastern Region is Day J. Apte. formerly of Miami and now of Tampa, Florida. These six individuals will rally forces in their districts to obtain the funds needed for the maintenance and extension of the work of the two religious institutions. Poland Honors Hero of Battle of Warsaw Gretto London (WNS)—Michael Klepfish. Jewish labor leader who was one of the heroes oi the Warsaw posthumously by a Rome radio this Polish military honor, it was announced upon the recommendation of the leader of the undereek „.i • ""me radio tnis ••wish i'i said that American iaeed in n"' ls have been e n "on oi me imuw >. % % %  hidrik p lr a ln K the Italian caground forces in Poland. hat Lhroadcast stated ad ,,T orican Jew *A tY'tl church property valCANADIAN UPA OPENS DRIVE Montreal (JTA)—The Canadian United Palestine Appeal drive for • ......... ....,• <-! %  ..-, mmrter of a million dollars in American Jewish soldiers MAS PRESIDENT RE-ELECTED n church property valNew York (JTA)—A. Herman 0 million dollars which well known Jewish communal "d | he V had J. W. B. Directors to Meet A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will be held on Monday. April 3. at 8 o'clock in the Board room of the organization, third floor of the Fashion Mart Building, 127 N.W. Second Street. Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal will preside. Algiers (WNS) —The Jewish communities of North Africa are I planning to hold special Passover services for the thousands of Jewi ish soldiers serving with the Allied forces here. Arrangements I have been made with high military authorities to permit, where 'possible. Jewish servicemen several hours off on Passover eve so that they might attend the services and the Scdorim. The festivities wil be odserved in accordance with traditional orthodox custom. AN OPEN LETTER My Dear Friends: At the Passover Holidays approach, our thoughts turn to the men in the armed farces who are making a sacrifice so that we might live. One of the greatest things we can do for these men to show our aooreciation of their efforts in our behalf is to invite them to our homes for the Sedarim nights. Let us follow the soirit of the Hagadah when it says. "All those who are in need may come in and eat with us." Let us put this into practice with that soirit. I ask every family in the community to invite service men for the Sedarim nights. Share your meal with the man who may give up his life for you. m Perhaps you have a son or some other relative in the service in another part of the world and just do to the service men in this area as you would want some other family to do for your son. Call the Jewish Welfare Board or the Y.M.H.A.. 3-4012, at once, and tell them how many service men you will take. SAM BLANK Chairman Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee : i r i



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mamm ,r„ PAGE TWO *Jen is*flcridia/l FRIDAY, MARCH 31, <^l*^^^^"^^"' ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES SCHAAREI ZEDEK A County Fair event will be held at the Biscayne Temple. April 18 under the auspices ot the Ladies' Auxiliary of Schaarei Zedck. Elaborate plans are being made to carry out the theme of the event under the chairmanship of Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz and her committee. M. B. JEWISH CENTER Newly elected officers of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will he tendered an installation banquet at the Center on Wednesday evening. April 12. The installation ceremony will take place at services tonight. The banquet committee includes Harry Bodenstein. Daniel Broad. Raymond Rubin and Isadore Goldberg. A bingo party will be sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, on Monday evening. April 3 at 1415 Euclid Avc. Mrs. Fay Simms is chairman. When You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-W79 Dependable, Conscientious Service DENVERCHILD' S HOM E The Five o'clock Club on Miami Beach will be the scene on Tuesday. April 4 at 12 o'clock noon of the Annual Donors Luncheon sponsored by the Greater Miami Chapter for the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver. Mrs. Sam Luby heads the committee in charge of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. M. B. Ross as co-chairman. Leo Mason will be master of ceremonies presenting a variety show of night club entertainment gathered from the leading clubs of this area. A film. "Know Your Children.'' will be shown during the afternoon depicting the activities of the home at Denver. The National Home for Jewish Children at Denver has now enlarged its program of aid to children and entered a new field in aiding asthmatics. Reservations for the affair may be made by calling Mrs. Lubv. 2-8000 and Mrs. Ross. 4-0391. IJATONALCOUNCn^ The Service to Foreign Born nroject of he National Council ofJewMi Women. Miami & is the subect o t poster contest. plans for winch have recemu been completed. The contest is open to all students ... the senior high, schools MIAMI BEACH "Y SPINOZA FORUM // u S.W. eth St. at 15th Ave. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fii., March 31—Last Day NINE GIRLS WITH ]INX FALKENBURG EVELYN KEYES ANN HARDING ANITA LOUISE Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Wed. Apr. 1-5 From Charlotte Bronte's Daring Novel! ORSON WELLES as "Edward Rochester" I O AN FONTAINE as "Jane" Dr. H. Franklvn Williams of the University of Miami, and moderator of the Miami Round Table of Christians and Jews, will address the Spinoza Forum this Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf11th St.. between Collins Ave and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach Dr. Williams' topic will be "Minorities in International Law Next Saturday afternoon. 'Annl 1st, Ramona Sawyer Haiti, will review the book. "They Shall N it Sleep.'' by Leland Stowe. BETH SHOLOM CENTER Mr. and Mrs Abraham Zinnathe largest project at this time. War stamps will be given M prizes at the final Judging of the contest, which will be held Tuesday, April 4 at 8 o clock in tin YMCA recreation room, posters to be submitted on Saturday, April 1 at the YWCA. All interested are invited to attend. In cooperation with the Council Dr. I. T Pearson, director ot instruction of the Da l< ( unty Hoard of Public Instruction, has urged that the contest be promoted m evt ry art department and a good participation encouraged. Judges for the contest incl Paul Dever, inspector in charge of the U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service; Derm.an Fink, artist, of Coral Gables, head of the art department of the Univi rsity of Miami, and a member of the National Society of Mural Painters, and William Kesselman, director of B'nar B nth Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. The regular monthly meeting of the Natronal Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section will take place Wednesday, April 5th at 2 p. m. at the YM&WHA. 1 Lincoln Road. At the busim i ting which will precede the program, Mrs. Benjamin L Vim chairman of the nominating committee. will report on the slate of the officers chosen for next year by the nominating committee. Additional nominations may be made. The program will include movii a and a discussion of the topic. "Health," by Mrs. Maryland Burns Byrne. A musical program will be presented by Miss Corrine Will, soprano, accompanied by Mrs. Symes Morris Fisher and White, record-breaking comedians playing at the Sunday, April 2, 8:15 p. m. in the Y auditorium, the entire \ot : im! membership of the Miami Beach YM & WHA will assemble for its firsl annual meeting. The bership will ratify the nominations of officers and members 0 f the board of directors, and uill vote seven out of eight candidates for members-at-large for the one-year term. Figuring in the election ballot will be Isadore Aronovit/, Sol S. Goldstrom, Leo Huberman, Sam Lacnman Joseph Rambam. Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein, and Harold Turk. Harry Zukernick. president, and ack P. Marash, executive director, will r nder reports outlining the proof the organization. "M.'B. PIONEERS Due to present conditions the Pioneer Women's Organization of Palestine has cancelled its plans for its annual donor dinner and will nive instead a Passover donor tea It will be held Wednesday evening, April 12. at the Miami Beach YM & WHA. A musical program is planned. Arrangements are being completed I y Mrs Isaac Rosengarten. chairman, and a committee composed of Mrs Henry Seitlin. Mrs. S. Wittel, Mrs. S. Gergert, Mrs. H. Friedman, Mrs. S. Lavine. Mrs. A Kaplan. Mrs. K. Lurie, Mrs. E. Pritzker, Mrs. S. Shapoff and Mrs S. Zabarsky. M. I. ORTHODOX A group of friends will tender a reception to Mr. Katowitz following services Saturday morning at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. The occasion will he the Jewish Birthday anni\( rsary marking Mr. Katowitz' reaching 100 years of age. Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky will preside at the reception. Children of the Beth Sunday School will parSi^ a Sedar with full rituaW* assembly Sunday morn!?81 rangements are in c hL* ra Ar the Sisterhood w„h gj*. M Stiebel in charge pSl A1 x friends are invited. and mon were hosts at a garden party ^acncomoerciuD.wui entertain at their home last Tuesday. The members and friends of the Naproceeds were given to the i' onal Council of Jewish Women. Beth Sholom Mlami Section, at the annual donI were assisted ?$ .lj mc ,c ? n L id *\March 31 at .te Greenberg. J? 3 .• th ? Beachcomber Club. Fafe Scheaffer M' arnl Beach. Carl Ciardner. actbuilding fund of Beth Sholom Mla mi Section, at the annual donCenter. The hosts were assisted i?!i.iiJ n !:V^ n F d av M a f! cn 11; \' X by Mesdames KateEvelyn Kohn and in serving I ln E as master of ceremonies, will — also present Mrs. Edith Land. Character singer, and Mrs. Lillian Kraff. vocalist accompanied by Miss Anyuta Mehcov. Mrs. I. G. Kol ley, chairman of the affair. reports an active response to reservations. Gartenberg & Schechter's GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL Strictly Kosher Dining Room Catering to the General Public Special otVntlf.it (,, 1'rivalv V tlons. Banquet*, liar .Mitzvah*. f u adding! 516 Washington Av Mi:uni ISgacli PHONE 56617 • %  Buy Stamps and Bonds. IN /' JANE EYRE" WITH MARGARET O'BRIEN JOHN SUTTON EXPERT SURGICAL MOHEL REV. PHILIP FRIED Graduate of the Jewish Hot. pital of Philadelphia at Mohel. Practiced at Atlantic City Hotpital for patt five years. Now .affiliated with Beth David Congregation PHONE 2-1473 NASH'S La FAYETTE HOTEL 1944 Collins Ave., Miami Beach OVERLOOKING THE OCEAN EVERY ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH AND TELEPHONE Elevator—Solarium Entertainment All Modern Conveniences Reasonable R ,-. PHONE 51137 The attention of the r„a public is directed to Vol.* 'ft 1943. of Harofe Haivri (ThTJ 1 brew Medical Journal! ,$&fc been published for the ]J t has teen years under the ed?fJS?* of Dr Moses Einhorn of 2* York City. Its contents LT. confined to technical ml" 01 topics, but are dS i£?g eral sections covering a variS." of related subjects. variet The latest issue contains an in teresting symposium on war mS lcine Among the subjects dk ffigfO f Particular inteSt l£ TM Treatment of nLff Wotnds of the Head anfe During the Present War" bv Dr Leo M. Davidoff. Dr mn^L Bierman. in his article "PhS Therapy in War MedktoJS phasues the greater need Z physiotherapy and hydrotheraj in this war. br. Simon D. EhrS contributes to this symposium a pertinent article, "The Status f Anesthesia in Military Surierv !" in which he discusses the tyws of anesthetics used. In his artide The Importance of the Proper Prosthesis in Post-War Rehabih. tation" Dr H. M. WertheimoS. lines the factors which must be considered in providing artificial limbs. The Harofe Haivri has no counterpart. The diversity and profusion of its material, the prominence of its contributors, and the high intrinsic value of each of its articles, as well as the timeliness of its subject matter, all combine to make this an exceptionally fine journal. Its contents, moreover, are available to every reader for there is an English section containing complete translations of all the Hebrew articles. Buy Stamps and Bonds. ELECT MARSHALL McGINTY A Successful Business Man and Civic Leader—for CONSTABLE (District Ont) •1 Ad Paid for I.) PYl-nds TO ALL VOTERS The Man You Elect Should Have NO Other Interests! ELECT PARK ALAN "BUCK" GRUNDY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Miami Beach HIS ONE PROMISE—"I will Devote My Entire Time to Thia Office without Faror, Fear or Prejudice!" HIS ONE CREED—"Justice Without Prejudice." Paid Political A lv. Pallas Athena Restaurant EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING 224 WEST FLAGLER STREET OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M. NATHAN GINSBURG'S TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT "WD 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Observed SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY 2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS Meats Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From 1 PM. 8 A. M. OPEN EVERY DAY MAX'S MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 1131 W. Flaqler Street TELEPHONE 2-9392 We Carry a Full Line ol MATZOHS. WINES And All PASSOVER ACCESSORIES We Advise You to Piece Your Order Early MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling, Alligntor Farm, Museum, Wishing Well, Curio Shop Take Bus No. 15 or Yacht Seminole Queen Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. SECOND STREET OFFERS A COMPLETE Pasaover Holiday p^r u r p on M -! d i ; o rv f c e •" <" a* Morton S. Fagan Management 1 Sader Ritual will be conducted on both ntgntf by HeT. Philip Fried of Beth David r WE SUGGEST EARLY RESERVATIONS HIVEMfONT PAH* SANITARIUM laee H. W. rtn at. rK jZ. •eet car* tor etirfilo et c"..f*T ^ teeecnt and eWerty "•JTJL. 8ANKL % %  CR. M. O., Olnnw %  tMeefiatle Prleet



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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1944 vJewistncridiar) PAGE THREE ***** SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS | | ....,*... -,-, nji_n_ i i n_n_rm. Mr an d Mrs. Max Greenberg ',.. as visitors their son-in-law daughter. Mr and Mrs. J. Orutman of New Yo rk. Mr and Mrs. David Messing of Ml amiV. —Buy War Bonds Today— BAR MITZVAH Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan. 6996 Indian Creek Drive. Miami Beach, left Tuesday for an extended vacation in the North. Dr. Kaplan is rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel. They will spend some time in Jacksonville and then will go to New York and to Portland, Me. They will return in the fall. Miss Beatrice D. Lippman will leave this week for an extended vacation in New York where shewill visit her mother and friends. Miss Lippman has been associated with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation office. for REST CONVALESCEMCI mi CHRONIC CASES TUami Sun-Ray Park Health Resort Ip.'-cy uao o BooUTr~ HI AMI • W IU.IH %  • lO'-COUBTFLORIDA Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT 1709 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-9951 CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE All Pastries Baked on the Premises CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS Catering to Organizations. Partial, and Banquets Matzos. Matzo Products, Coffee, Nuts—In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the '1 ,1 mill li 1 iilhn |I"HI (IK lb.ml '" %  Ml %  mil "< HI nil III llllllll Mill HUM iniril Hill m III Hill f I. QziuxtieJAeri and ReAtauAatit 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic COMMON SENSE MAN FOR FLORIDA World War I Veteran, farmer, business man, he proposes for Florida only plans which he has PROVEN successful in his own business. ELECT ERNEST R. GRAHAM GOVERNOR (Paid Political Adv.) WEDDINGS Miss Shirley Stein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs* Joseph R. Stem became the bride of Lewis W. Gorfine of Baltimore, Sunday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel. A reception followed at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Miami Beach. Miss Charlyne P. Rusk in was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Doris Bass and Miss Charlotte Gorfine ot Baltimore. a sister of the bridegroom. The bride attended the University of Miami and University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Gorfine. a graduate of the University of Maryland, is the son of Emanuel Gorfine. a former state senator from Maryland and best man for his son. After the wedding thip the couple will reside at 714 15th St. Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickson announce the bar mitzvah of their son Sidney to take place at ceremonies at Beth David Congrej gallon Saturday morning at 9, o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Dickson will hold ooen house that evening at 820 N. W. 7th Avenue. Friends arc invited and no invi; ia!ions are being issued. Bernard Allen Ross, son of !Mr. and Mrs. H. Ross, 1101 S. W. i 20th Ave. became bar mitzvah at services last Saturday at Conigregation Schaarei Zedek. Rabbi' Simon April, teacher of the conj firmand, conducted services and' responded to the boy's address. BRISM The Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black. 1852 S. W. 24th St., took place at Jackson Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. On Wednesday afternoon, at St. Francis Hospital Rabbi Machtei officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blumenkranz, 4550 Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach. The Brith Milah of the son of Cpl. and Mrs. Lee Minor. 1833 S. W. 21st St.. took place at St Francis on Thursday, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. BIRTHS Cpl. and Mrs. Irving Goldman, 1500 S. W. 16th Ave. announce the birth of a son at Jackson Memorial hospital on Sunday. March 26. Cpl. Goldman is now serving with the armed forces overseas. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. Vote For and Support FARLOW STATE LEGISLATURE Subject to Democratic Primary |N,lltl<-al A


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BMW PAGE FOUR +Jeistn€>rjdiain_ FRIDAY, MARCH Jl The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Av i ami. Fla. P.O. Box 2973 Fhone 1 1 41 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3. 18.9 FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months. $1.0 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 31. 1944 MS AN 7. 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 13 NOTES OF BEACH "Y Who Killed Bjorn Faulkner??? \ i I \ %  %  U c in a bl • heap I om tins themi evolves me •Night i Januarj 16 Written by Ayn Rand in ;> style quite differenl from the usual thriller, the three-act drama will p. pri sented April 2. 3 and 4 by th< VM and wHA players. ;,_ £ Jewish circles that the appointee would be a person of sutlicient stature capable of rising to the requirements of the tremendous Ui ;; band down t I the task that would be entrusted to him. That hope has been more end oi the trial What will than vindicated with the appointment of John W. Fehle. the wrdid GU1L1 Y o, NO! That Mr. Pehle was the right man for the job was quite evi' A ;. %  dent from the very moment he assumed office. On the day ot f (1|l his appointment he was asked by representatives of the press for "Y" members, and to state what action the Board was planning to fuither its funcnoi A Jui .ions. His terse answer was-'the Board is already acting JjJJ S overseas." ion is lie for "' During the approximately two months that Mr. Pehle has and 22, I been heading the Board he has not only evinced a keen aware0 tti Mian Bi ness of the plight and problems of the victims he hopes to save, Y | y v \ ., i.i. TU,. 'he most prcmiising i n its but also a disposition to act promptly and expedit.ously. This } gnd ,was evidenced, among other things, by the speed with which n Firsl Annual B ir Ira Hirschmann was sent to Turkey where, last week, he was and Carniva It wi I be hi outreported to have made satisfactory contact with the Turkish SOMETHING TO REMEMBER "My mind runs to a name familiar to you all -Chaim Weir, mann who came over to this country because he saw ug on the point of making some very serious mistakes with regard to our rubber program and because he felt that oil could not do h by itself, and so he brought in alcohol to do the job. ... And I know of my own definite personal experience, because h e came to me at that time and I made the connections for him I know that he made it possible for us to avoid a very, very serious mistake in terms of the war eflort." This statement wi made by none other than Vice President Henry Wallace, speaks volumes for the importance of the U. S. Government attaches to Dr. Weizmann's contribution to the American war effort. WAR NEWS The title of Number-One man in the Army Air Forces in point of physical fitness has just been copped by Air Cadet Milton R. (Bob) Fromkin of Omaha, son of attorney Max Fromkin of that city. Bob, who is a nephew of Morriss Fromkin, well-known member of the New York and Milwaukee bar, also came out winner in the Tennis Championship of the 352nd Cadet Training Department some time ago. Flying Officer S. S. Shulemson of the RCAF, who recently was awarded the Distinguished Service Order for "inspiring leadership, great skill and courage' in an attack on an enemy convoy, is the son of the Saul Shulemsons of Montreal. There's a new soothsayer in town, Myrus by name, who predicts that the war in Europe will be over this year and that the Pacific war will take another two years to win. We don't, of course, vouch for the prognosticator s reliability— and we do hear that he invariably loses his bets on the races. and the spacious grounds from the --;-t:;r;:;;o;,orand'bunt: of the gayest of fetes. While Balkan countries. Unfortunately, the situation has changed since then, a week ago it looked as we might look forward with some degree of confidence to the rescue of some Jewish refugees, the sudden occupation of Hungary by the Nazis, who seem to be determined to spread their rule to the rest of southeastern Europe, has darkened the outlook. What the satellite countries may have been willing to do now that they realize that Hitler has lost the war, Germany will not do. All avenues of escape are now seemingly closed to Jewish refugees in Europe. We have no means of knowing what measures Mr. Pehle is contemplating to meet this new and. perhaps not unanticipated, situation. We are confident, however, that he wil not let it deter him from his task. The adage "where there is a will there is a way" holds sway in war as well as in peace. Mr. Pehle has shown that he has the will. For the three evenings the C mmittee will bring to its audiences the cream of this town's entertainment world. Each and every evening of the Bazaar will be sparked by the wit and talent of this area's nightenes. DR. WEIZMANN'S CONTRIBUTIONS Speaking before the American Palestine Committee, VicePresident Wallace declared that Dr. Weizmann. the President of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, had made an important scientific contribution to the war effort. "I know it from my own definite personal experience that Dr. Weizmann made it possible for us to avoid a very serious mistake in terms of the war effort," said Vice-President Wallace. "Dr. Weizmann came over to this country because he saw us on the point of making some very serious mistakes with regard to our rubber program and because he felt that oil could not do itself. And so he brought alcohol to do the job." In the first Word War, Dr. Weizmann also made a significant scientific contribution which came to the aid of the Allies in a critical hour. The scientific contribution is great. There is another sacrifice which one would have liked to have spared Dr. Weizmann Flying with the R.A.F. was a son of Dr. Weizmann, who showed something of the same scientific promise as his great father But this young flyer lost his life fighting for the Allies. Another of his sons was wounded in action. Yes, Dr. Weizmann has contributed heavily to the Allied cause. He has given everything he possessed and cherished the most! PASSOVERS A TRADITION HOROWITZ -MARGARETEN Matrons Matzoh Meal Cake Meal Egg Motions Farftl Potato Pancake Mix Nearly a score of superior Passover products that enSTAGE AND SCREEN If the plan to have John Garfield star in a new war film goes through, you may expect an extraordinarily fine performance. John has been playing the "foxhole circuit" in Italy, and keeping his eyes and ears open. Erich Wolfgang Korngod, who has been in Hollywood for many years now and has some of filmdom's finest musical arrangements to his credit, will be coming East soon to conduct for "Helen Goes to Troy,'' scheduled to open this spring. Now they say that it's Greta Garbo who will play the Divine Sarah Bernhardt in the projected film biography of that illustrious actress. Cecil B. De Mille is said to be thinking of screening Thomas Mann's famous trilogy on the Biblical Joseph. WEEKLY GIGGLE Harry Hershfield likes to tell the story of the lunatic asylum in Germany whose director, expecting a visit from the Fuehrer, drilled all the inmates so that their "heiling" and saluting would testify to the complete Nazification of that institution. ... So Hitler came, and in every padded cell and every less isolated ward each and every man and women greeted him in true Nan fashion. All, that is, but one man. Hitler eyed him with indignation. "Why don't you solute me?" he roared. .. "Who, me?" exclaimed the man. "I'm the keeper—I'm not crazy." HOiliDA S W IRIEti II $ SERVING JINEST AMIRICAN j[WISh 0 I N N £ II %  IIW M C DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC 690 N. W. 13th Street 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 MATZO MEAt_* FARFELiCAKE MEAL-.WHOLE WHEAT MATZ0 • EGG MATZQ !"



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)AY, MARCH 31. 1944 face Facts By Alexander F. Millar Florida Regional Director Anti Datamation League +Jewisti Ikriht, PAGE FIVE [Your Director has just returned ll 0U a week in New York C.ty Pending the nation-wide conlenceof the directors of Comlunity Relations Councils and &1 npresentatives of the Rtftefamation League. Also ksent were staff members of SP American Jewish Committee, t American Jewish Congress Ed the Jewish Labor Committee. [All in all, it was a thorough Cu-section <>f the professional Lode to whom the Jewish comlunity has entrusted the task of Lablislunj; better public rela|nns Every section of these Inited States and all types of lewpoints wire there, making kr highly interesting and informative discussion*. |We came ;i\vay with one basic Lought—that everywhere we are Iced with a serious problem. Iri-n in those communities where Eationships are on a friendly *vel, then are no walls which Lean build high enough to preTent id, infiltration of hate and ipegoatism. In other words, the cblem cannol be reduced to a jcal level alone but must be fcalt with by national agencies Ech as the Anti-Defamation jca;u working in close co-operjion with local communities. [But enough of philosophizing hd "basic tacts." Enough transpired to fill several columns and more will be printed here anon. You will be interested to know i that our schedule was so full that [there was no time to ply the antics of the Visitm K Firemen. Your directors, from all over the country, carried 80 much zeal and determination to this convention that daily meetings which were [convoked at 9:00 A.M. lasted until midnight, with meals being served at the conference table. Following formal adjournment, little groups continued the discussions until the early morning hours. We were particularly impressed by the fact that each man and woman present recognized the importance and responsibility of his assignment. And each one carried to that assignment the utmost his body and brain and spirit could offer. In our mind was reaffirmed that this is no mere job. This is mortal combat against the deadliest of foes. We were comforted somewhat, too—if there is comfort in sharing discomfort — by the knowledge that we have many fellows who find their beds no haven of rest these long, long nights. Beth David Sisterhood to Sponsor Sedar on April 7 A public Sedar sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood will be held in the Beth David auditorium the first night of Passover, Friday, April 7, starting at 8 P.M. Early reservations are required and may be obtained by calling the synagogue's office. 2-1473. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services. EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual, coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient and courteous personnel enable us to provide a funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved family in every particular. [1236 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, 5-7777 In New York 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. I RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND SUPPORT. My conduct and record of service as a faithiul. public-minded community servant speaks for itself. George S. Okell Candidate for Legislature GROUP 1 Political Ad. Paid for by Friends EAT MORE DELICIOUS POULTRY ? %  £ Y H ^ R El I. L. SPRINGER—317 N. W. 5th Street ''•'one 2-Jt.7J Phone 3 W48 0pen Unt ,| Noon Sunday WILLIAMS—2091 N. W. 7th Avenue We Never Close— Day or Night Phon o ^ TENNESSEE—1340 S. W. 8th Street "TPPJ pen Unt N n Sund y KEEP EM FRYING—SEE SPRINGER FOR SPRINGERS" HAT II E N HERE Red Cross Chairman to Be Hostess at Tea April 1 rtiiM column IM conducted |,y the reater Miami JowlHh Federation In >o|.cnitlon with The Jewish Klorldlan as a community wrvlce. To Inform I he community of your organization's actlvttlen and to avoid conflicts In dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for Community Ctlendnr." Notification must reach Federation no later than 1 uoBday for publication that week.) unday, April 2nd: grater Mluml Jewish Federation WorkersK.-| M ,rt Meeting, Miami Women H Club, 11 a. m.; Y.\l & W I1A of Miami IJeaeh. annual meeting I leach Y, 8 p. m. Sunday, Monday, Tueiday April 2, 3, and 4: VM \W1IA of Miami Peach. Y Players, dramatic performance, at Beach Y, Sunday, f:o p. m., Monday anil Tuesday, 8 p. m. Monday, April 3rd Temple Israel Sisterhood, regular Jewlan Welfare Bureau, board meetlUK. Temple Israel, 12:30 p. m meetmic. Community Chest Hoard Koom, S p. m. Tuesday, April 4th: National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, Donor's Luncheon. Five gC k rluh> 12nn """" ; Hadassah. Miami Chapter, board meeting, 2 p. m.: Temple Israel, board meeting, 8 p. m. Wednesday, April 5th: National Council of Jewish Women, regular meeting; Workkmens circle. Branch No. fi'.'L'. regular membership meeting, B:80 p, m IS Washington Ave, Friday, April 7th: Forum Series. National Council of Jewish Women. Beach Y. "Women in the Post War World," 1:10 p. m. Monday. April 10th: Hadassah. Miami Chapter, regular meeting, L' p. m. Mrs. John Canfield. chairman of the American Red Cross Courier, will be hostess at a tea April 1, four to six, to be held at the Greater Miami Officers' Club. 221 N.E. 2nd Street, Miami. Honored guests will be Dr. and Mrs. John La Gorce. Mrs. La Gorce is active in Washington in the American Red Cross Training Unit for the Services to the Armed Forces personnel. Mrs. M. F. Wittichen. Mrs. Strongman Miller, Mrs. H. O. Shaw and Mrs. John Schroeter will pour. Guests will include ranking officers of the Army and Navy, American Red Cross Field Representatives, Board Members. Administration American Red Cross key personnel, members of the press and radio. American Red Cross activities will be on display. Congressman Lex Green Over WFTL Monday Eve A thoughtless remark Can set the spark Let's keep the enemy in the dark! Congressman Lex Green, continuing his "heart-to-heart" talks to the voters of Florida, spoke over WFTL Monday evening, March 27, at 7:30 P.M. in a 15minute talk carried by the Mutual Broadcasting System. A review of his "20 undistinguished years in Congress" (quoted from "The Miami Herald") shows that Lex Green has kept faith firs', a* j member of the state legislature, County Judge, and Representative >n Congress from Florida. The Fei 1 ersl Government has spent $1,210,874,327 in Florida for direct war expenditures, largely through the efforts of Lex Green. (le-elect CLAUDE PEPPER U.S. SENATOR Experience and Aggressiveness Counts Democratic Primary May 2. 1944 -J.. OLD SARATOGA INN I Jkcayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 ••k Day Dinner* 5 to 10 P. M S unday* From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. OR BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH **k Your Local DtUcateaaaa *ot the Beet OBTAINABLE IVHYWHlRl IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Deilcleu. Cerna* Beef Pickle*. Ceefced and Smefce.I M..U ITU. •** Normal Ave. A WORD TO OUR CUSTOMERS E. C. FOOG. JR. President and Qen'l Mgr GRADE "A" DAIRY PRODUCTS L. D. WINOO Vic.-President E. C. FOGG, III SecretaryTreasurer DELUXE ICE CREAM MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA March 31, 1944. To Our Customers:— It has been our pleasure to serve the residents of Greater Miami and the citizenry of Miami Beach in particular for many years with the best of dairy products. It has likewise been our policy to supply these products with the best of service. It has also been our privilege to serve our many hundreds of Jewish customers with specially supervised products for their Passover holidays. These products, conforming to our policy, have been prepared f^r, Passover use in the strictest of religious supervision and requisites. This service to our Jewish customers was not done because of the commercial aspects, as the cost has always exceeded any possible profit. It was our privilege to give this service to show our appreciation for the valued patronage of our Jewish customers. You are well aware of presentday conditions—the manpower shortage, scarcity of materials and the shortage of milk, created by the great demand of the Government in this area— which all together have made us regretfully announce our inability to serve you Passover dairy products this year. This is the first time in the many years of our business that this has occurred and it is with much regret and disappointment that we do so. We look forward with the hope that the near future will bring a cessation of hostilities and a return to normal conditions, so that once again we may be in a position to serve you. With best wishes for a Happy Passover. Sincerely, LANDOSUN DAIRIES, INC. E. C. Fogg. Jr. President Best Wishes for a Happy Passover/ % %  I i



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• PAGE SIX vJewistflcrkliar Dan Chappell Formally Charity Week Featured Asks Seat in Legislature Out TropicalJ'ark Way Uan ChappTiTMiami atorney' Coral Gables-Tropi^P^ks and former state representative outstanding C I K i t> W ..k from Dade county has announced thoroughbred ung • •" \ his candidacy for the Democra tic ranged by K: M \V ,7(^,0 Ti'nomination to the seat in the P. Turner with the S 10.00 u I house of representatives now ocical. Handicap^ t^eason^ ing decidedly the outstanding attraction. In this mile and a tin long fray, The Widener winner. Four Freedoms, and the mucn traveled Marriage, with an armful of stakes in various part the country to his ci slated to measun strides once more. Only the two are in i to make it a u ide nun i -' Ti Park will full : liVIthe Wai : • %  %  %  including l %  C War Fui • ty to I Kenneth Oka Candidate For Beach Peace Justice Kenneth Oka. younj %  M" !" !* is among the candidates foi th Democratic nomination tor justice „f the peace, the witnw hdd by Councilman Ralph I ole. cupied by Pat Cannon. Chappell said he would give full support to President Roosevelfs war program and attacked Kep. Cannon as 'anti-Roosevelt and anti-administration." "This is ;. lug ami important congressional district." he declared, "and is entitled to strong. able representation. Believing that I possess the necessary qualifications and ability ably to represent this district, 1 shall b< a candidate ..." Chappell served in the 1929 1931 and 1933 legist iture a an unsuccessful candidate foi governor in 1936. Among policies he advo< i I are I i lopmenl of avial harl or a y facilitii in this irea, the abolition ol discriminatory freight rati s, the strength! ning of gov i nmi nl wi ifari ag< old age sit ns in I adi |uati rehabilit for returning servicemen. KENNEI n OKA For Victory—Buy buying b i and keep on Buy War Savings B The WILLIAM PENN DINING ROOM 722 Washington Avenue • • • Under Management ol fake MetzgerWill Be no* 1 ? iff 3 Sudorim will be conducted on both nights by Rev. T. Fiakow. Excelent Food—Carefully Prepared MAKE YOUR RESERVATION NOW *TOP$M TONIGHT. Where America* ^ k~* *+* rising races %  ***, %  %  except Sundays. POST TIME 8 P M. DAILY DOUBLE 2nd & 3rd RACES 10 RACES NIGHTLY OUINIELAS EVERY RACE ADMISSION 25c NO MINORS ADMITTED TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAYNE Take Miami 1 runsit t>u8 IH nue and 103rd St.; 01 bus to 107th Street; or Op.i-Lo to 116th Street. Free points to tr.ick >. .0 lu.< l>, iM ( /til -vcNo. 11 out N. E. 2nd A ve cka bus out N. W. 7th Ave. tiansportation from these IKnLn mu 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Aves not qualify 1 has 12 I ncoln il..i i. j i. the Dadi ittve Hi : Miami i !omrtighl tor Mr Cka nai B'rith, Zionist • Hi daugh• %  :• live at •• %  Jtreel Dedicate Center I n Service Men's Key West Key West's Jewish community opened its service men's center recently at the renovated quart: the clubhouse at 629** Duval street. Preceding the dedication ol the club, with Murray Grossman a.s master of ceremonies, the members of the Jewish community joined in a Purim service at the synagogue. Officers ol th< Jewish Community Center are Mrs, Cohen, president; Mrs Esther Silberman, ident; Jack Arlen, tn asM Cecil Weintraub, retai >. .1 %  man, Mrs Rose n, !! %  rman ll It bi rg, Geo. Kantor, San Cohen, Mrs. Arlen and l ipelrouth, directors. 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+Jewish fhrkUam MV MARCH 31. 1944 ltd ^^JSZ^y^S^" !" SuP K^. b ^ Grea ? r 55 IewUh F6dMation 'Martin Genet Announces 3 The Jewtoh Welfare Board ft* U. Keep Record 0 f Our M.n In Service For BeQch p eace Justice PAGE SEVEN SERVICE ^ ^ ^ r\ ^ PARADE! The justice of peace court is as important to people with disputes of $100 or less as the highest courts of the state and nation New Type of Circuit [der in Chap. Zwitman Phe j e wish~Fi^Tdjari of March carried an article on Chap, Zwitman which, was issued £: Army P" blic R elatlons ,he ThTrelcase followed an Flying Lt. Milton Rotenbiatt. Miami M a n's Neohew ported miisina in action two ~" **" nepnew Completes 25th Mission reported misting in action two weeks ago. cabled his mother. Mrs. R. Rosenblatt, 246 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, the message arriving here late Wednesday. The cable stated "If luck is with me will see you soon." An Eighth AAV Bomber Station, England.—When the Flying Fortress "Phyllis Marie" roared back from its 25th combat bombing mission with the Eighth AAF Krvipw With Chaplain Zwitp rm :i„ H„ .;~l over Nazi Europe, it was time thv* correspondent of Yank. HOSen family Have Briet for 22-year-old T/Sgt. Harold B. Armv newspaper. The reportReunion Week ol Feb. 20 (Blimp) Blumberg of Savannah, r southerner, who had seen to step up and take a bow. Lit riders !" W CWrrtodthig k f p fa 2Q h Ground crew chief for the big ptry from twn to town m reunion fam Q{ bomber the Savannah engineer, [given region, saw in tne U-nap Samuel T Saniro son of Mr and Mrs Ben Blum1a new type of circuit rider. Mr. and Mrs. bamuel I. bapiro. berg of Hu Egst Thirty fifth hn developed the idea of mechLt. (jg.) Arnold P. Rosen flew streeti and neph ew of Nat Blum„zed ministering using a jeep in for a leave from his duties berg o{ Miami, working long tead of the old-fashioned horse, with the Naval Air Forces stahours in the cold. damp, black hV article was entitled "Dobbin tioned at San Juan, Puerto Rico. British nights, had completely atnws to Chaplain's Jeep." and Having been on foreign duty for tained the first goal that is the beared in Army newspapers as 18 months, this was his first opdream of every crew chief—to get pll as in New York and New portunity to see brother Martin his plane through those first 25 fcrsev papers. Following is a in his navy uniform. missions. Eolation from the front page of Martin L. Rosen (AS) is staT/Sgt. Blumberg has seen his C Signal Corps Message, an Artioned at Georgia Tech as a V-12 first combat crew, commanded by iv newspaper, which carried the student in engineering. Of course Capt. Perry V. Row of Wichita, ticle: Lt. Arnold rated the formal saluKan., complete its tour of operaThe circuit-rider is covering tation and had an opportunity to tions, and now working with a lore ground these days. The gasimpose Naval etiquette on brothnew flight crew, he is well startnwered dash and spurt of an er Martin with the rank (AS). ed on the second leg of his camrmy jeep is replacing the steady Both naval men had comment paign to put 50 missions on |od of a patient horse; and to make on mother's activity in 'Phyllis Marie." barred saddle -hags have been reknitting for the army rather than Formerly a welder with the aced by C.I musette bags. i n support of their branch. They Southeastern Shipbuilding Cor•rhanlam C A Zwitman of approved, however, Richard's poration of Savannah, T/Sgt. nni Wood was faced with a (age 14) work in the sale of war Blumberg has seen overseas sertoblem in logistics when the exbonds and stamps to aid "Pop" vince since July, 1943 lencies of modern combat trainin his responsibility as chairman scattered his Signalmen worof the Miami Beach Division of (uppers to remote and obscure the War Finance Committee. teas in this northeastern defense Lon. Thus was born the idea CpL Arthur L. Weinberg. 630 ^SSrtkJkl/SS^Li 'mechanized ministering. Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, is states that he has covered some Miami Law School and resident of Miami Beach for the past eight years, Mr. Genet said he believes he not only is familiar with the problems of Miami Beach people but also is qualified to interpret the law fairly and impartially. Many disputes, he said, can be easily settled by lending a sympathetic ear to those in dispute. "If elected," he said, "I propose to continue the operation of the Miami Beach Peace Justice's court in the fail" manner in which it has been conducted in the past by Ralph Pole and Val C. Cleary. Furthermore, my legal training is an additional facility which will help expedite court procedure." MARTIN GENET are to litigants with thousands of dollars at stake. That is the opinion of Martin Genet, practicing Miami Beach attorney and candidate for Miami Beach Justice of the Peace, subject to the Democratic primary, May 2. A graduate of the University of Well Known Writer Will Speak on "White Paper" The Service Parade this week heard from Lt. (jg) E. Albert Pallot with the Naval Armed post card Armv Air 8,000 miles of ocean since he has •The Jewish leader covers a stationed at Bambridge Army Air • Umum of 170 miles each week. Field, Georgia, and was recently been aboard ship and says he .ularly visiting some back awarded the Good Conduct really H tt^ Thc^duty is flood wintry spots where the highmedal. A1 wrote Lt Pallofs address is hys dwindle to little more than c/o Naval Armed Guard. U. S. food-bordered trails. A V-Mail note was received L V. Stanford. Fleet P. O.. New 1-In spite of field conditions and this week from Pfc. Joseph Yo rk New York. be uncertainties of forecasting Schrebmck of West Palm Beach ny dutv, Chaplain Zwitman and Miami. Joe writes from Sgt Harold L. Baumttein. 21. an average attendance that Italy that he is enjoying the of Hartford, Conn., radio operlould well inspire honest envy change and extends greetings to ator on a troop carr j er plane, om his robed brethren of more his many friends and acquaint] ost his life when his craft lilckly populated centers. Even ances. crashed about 400 miles north pnsidering the strong Jewish of Brisbane, Australia. Sergeant adition for attending worship Albert L. Kahn's nephew, Lt. Baumstein left his studies at the ^rvices, a 95 per cent attendance Burton S. Kahn. USN, has reUniversity of Connecticut to join almost astronomical. Other ceived his second citation, the the air force. Irmy chaplains have noticed the latest being for amphibious operperal increase in the more reations in the Mediterranean. BeT/Sgt. Herman H. Stein. 31. of ute areas, thus well bearing out fore entering the service. Lt. San Francisco, member of the be contenti HI that "there are no Kahn was associated with Kahn signal corps, was killed while on x-holes'." and Alpert. Inc., 420 Lincoln Rd.. duty in the Southwest Pacific and served as treasurer of the last August. A graduate of City Buy Stamps and Bonds. Junior Chamber of Commerce. College of New York, Sergeant ---—•_ %  „ Stein was an investigator for the Out This Coupon and MaQ To "WAR RECORDS. ArmyDepartment of Welfare. Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida Name Home Address .. Street Birth Date Serial No. City State ... Birthplace,. City State Civilian Occupation.. Marital Status Rank or Rating Date Entry Date In Service Discharged Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin._ Relationship A ddressInformation Transmitted by Telephone number 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 SELIG. Vice-Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Ssc. Executive Committee Mra. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman, Maurice Groiiman, Louie Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mr. Murry Koven, Harry Markowltx. Alexander F. Miiltr, at Roth, Fred Shochet. Milton Strkm. Joseph Stein, Mrs. Herman Wallach. Carl Weinkte. George Wolpert, Harry Zukernick. Dsvoting This Pag. to the Effort, of the Army-N.vy Committee. Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of JACK C. JAYSON ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Bldg. CARL'S MARKETS Miami Miami Beach COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 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 GROC. CO. •2 N. E. 26th Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 129 M. Miaou Avenue Miami DONALD LAVIGNE-UN1FORMS 114 N. E. Second Avenua MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 149 N. E. 10th Street JOSEPH R. STEIN Miami. Florida WKT FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB W w J^SSS Str~t t 37th Ave. WOMETCO THEATTMI Mitchell Woiisea W* AMERICAN RED CROSS + Moishe Katz, well-known Jewish writer and lecturer, will discuss "The English White Paper and Palestine" on Friday, March 31, at 8:30 P.M. in Carpenters Hall. 47 N.W. 3rd Street. The lecturer will answer questions. The public is welcome. EPPERSON FOR What Yon Pay For ^^ P 9 WATCH REPAIRS ^ Why Not Get tin Best HAVI AN ACCURATI TIMEKEEPER Technical training and yean of experience only can make • man a watchmaker. You'll find such .kills at Deamlg'a. Get the beet— it coiti no more. JIWILIY 1EPAIMII ^'> CONGRESS DANZIG'S Jewelers 236 HALCYON ARCADE 145! HullSt. THE 4TH DISTRICT IS ENTITLED TO PROPER REPRESENTATION VOTE FOR CLYDE A. EPPERSON In Democratic Primary May 2. 1944 Everyone Must Register by April 15th in Order to Vote in This Year's Primaries Political Ad. raid for by Friends PALM BE A CH NO TES MBS. MARY SCHBEBNICX. B e p f e n tatlTe ALFAR CREAMERY CO. Per Ike Beet In Dairy Products WEST PALM BEACH MIT.r CBFnH—"" CREAM Drink COCA COLA Coca Cola Bottling Company of West Palm Beach Florida SOUTHERN DAIRIES 1 erring Palm nationally Pi •* %  € County. Sonthorn lea AS NEAB TO TOU AS YOTO FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART & POTTER le*3 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS* Phone 5191 West Pahn Beach, Pla. J



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m I PAGE EIGHT Jen 1stFhrkttan FRIDAY, MARCH 31, NOTES OF Y. M.H.A. -bySAM SILVER Certificate of Merit The "Y" was honored by Hon. James T. Wilson. Dade County Superintendent of Public Instruction, last night when he awarded our institution with a Certificate of Merit for conducting a Nursery School sponsored by the Government to aid working mothers. Our school now cares for maininfants daily. Similar schools are conducted throughout the country, the object of them being to relieve mothers from household duties and to make them available for war work, thereby releasing men for military service. The • Y" is operating this school without charge—rent free and utilities free—even though the Government has provided funds for this project and is paying elsewhere. Mr. Wilson stated to his audience at the Y" that we wen(Icing a noble and patriotic service for our country in operating this school. Miniature Seder The Youth Groups will hold a miniature Seder next Thursday evening, April 6th, at the "Y'. This affair is part <>i the "Y's" over-all program <>i Jewish content for the teen-agers. David Jacobs will perform the sen and all of the youth groups of the "Y" will participate Flash!!! The "Y" publicity committee REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH announces the appointment of Lester l.asky. live-wire attorney Jand youth group worker, as editor of the Y. Bulletin. (Best of luck, Les.) Please call Lcs and I give him some items of interest ;to the general membership to put 'in the next issue ot the bulletin. Dues Is Due Brothers of the lodge, dis is to remind you dat yo' dues is doo. I Let's get on the bail, fellows, and 'send a check lo S. B. Miller, chairman of the Retention committee. Servicemen Our Executive Director, Maurice Grossman, conducted services and spoke before the Jewish Servicemen last Friday night a! Buckingham Army Air Field. Ft. Myers, FIi rida, Maurice says that he wa.warmly received by the fellows and enjoyed his visit there very much. Don't Forget Federation The Federation drive deeend until Sundaj I '.'t let up cm your work in the campaign for a minute. The need is too gnat and far i importanl i>>r us t" fail. Work and give to the utmost %  : In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end announced by the Greater Miami area are as follows. B'NAI B'RITH NOTE! -byMARX FEINBERG Buy a Rod and Reel AND RELAX For Your Health and Pleasure SHRIBER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP 517 West Ave.. M. B. Ph. 5-1923 OPEN EVENINGS Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Ask for my free 1944 Informative Map cf Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 National Kosher Market Wm. Mechlowitz. Prop. 424 Collins Ave. Ph. 58-1456 \v< Handle .> Full Line of WINES Domestic and Palestinian Also All Kinds of Matzos, Dry Fruits and Dairy Products and Passover Sugar FOR PASSOVER ?%y?,,fs/'"'"""'""" m „.,„f<"""' itff'i *V<( .//WANTAGES of a 1IA1IE FElMiRAL MORTGAGE V L O W RATES • EASY PAYMENTS • LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Your LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER $8,500,000 IIAIIE FEIMiltAL 7„0 IT* IA •••! AVUUI JOSBPHM. UPTON. PWS1DEHT wj/fflMMmm**"* „/*"i >M///'"' i their Golden Wedding Anniversary. During the services Saturday morning, Sidney, the sun ol Mr. and Mrs Sam Dickson, will become Bar-Mitzvah. Junior at 10.30. Beth Jacob: Friday evening services at 7 I'M. Saturday morning services at 7 and A M Durum tin' morning services M I er Laws'' At ii I'M. Saturday aftei noon, Rabl 1 MesCHOMETZ The religious requisite of selling "Chometz" prior to the Passover Holiday may be taken care of by contacting rabbis of the religious institutions of this area. cheloff, in k< with tinOrthodox CU! '' Ml ol S Hall, will deliver the traditional %  rtation, Sholosh S< udos at 7 I'M Minnyonair sen cei Sunday morning at '.> o'clock, followed by munal breakfast and discushour, undi Ihe direction ol I Martin Genet. Canter Maurici Mamches 'Aid assist in all services. Schaarei Zedek: Friday evening servici s at 7 P.M. Beginning this Saturday and continuing through Faster Holidays, the Junior and Senior services will be I combined beginning at 9 A.M. Guest speaker who will address the Congregation will be Maurice Cromer, who will represent the B'nai B'rith. Children of the jTalmud Torah will participate in I the services at C P.M. at which time Shulchan Oroch will be discussed, conducted by Rabbi Simon April. This will be followed by Mincha and Sholos Seudos services, Special announcement 'to which all parents and children j in the S.W. section are urged to attend is the children's Sader which will be held at the Congregation Sunday afternoon at 3:30 P.M. Parents arc specially 1 invited to attend. Miami Beach Jewish Center: Late Friday evening services at ,8:15. Rabbi Irving Lehrman wi discuss "Where We Dare Not Fail!" Dunne the services Saturday morning. Louis Heiman, rep. resenting the B'nai B'nth. will be guest speaker. Hi.topic for discussion will be "Modern Sacrifices!" The celebration of the Bar Mitzvah of Maurici. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohn. awe as the Bar-Mitzvah of Saunders Newman will take place. Bible Class under direction ot Morris Gershon at 4 45. Sholosh Seudos .at 6:30. Youth Club meeting at Temple Israel: Regular Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish will discuss "Is j Houston. Texas, Doing Wrong?"' Reception sponsored by the Sisterhood will follow services. Sabbath morning services at 11 AM Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation: Services are scheduled tor Friday at ti:15 P.M. and Sat-^ urday at 8:30 A.M. and 5:15 PM I Sholos Sudos will he Saturdav at 5:30 P.M. A program of songs and Zmiros has been arranged ; for the occasion. Daily services' j at 8:30 A.M. and 6:30 P.M. The iMishnah group will meet daily at ;6 P.M. and the Shulan Oruch group at 6:40 P.M. Beth Sholom Center: Services are scheduled for Friday evening u 8 ;J. 5 „ Guo st speaker will be Mr. William Kesselman, Director of the Hill. I Foundation of B Brith at the University of Miami. I who will speak on "B'nai B'rith m Action." Cantor Abraham %  t nedman will chant the musical: portion of the service and lead in j the congregational singing. The I Sisterhood will be host at the social hour following the service I Saturday morning services,.,,,, at 9:30. Cantor Abraham Fried-' man will officiate. There will he V>K d ^ ush after the service Minchah service starts at 7 P.M! SAY YES TO RElTcROSS. A letter was just received from Brother David Wilner urging that members of Sholom Lodge participate in Bnai Brith night in the various synagogues of this community on the night of .Friday. March 31st. and on Saturday, April 1st. This is the first tune that B project of this nature has been instituted by the organization and we should lend our every effort to its success. Your spiritual leaders are becoming more and more a part of your everyday life and influence is being exerted upon ( very venture in which you may participate. This influence is either direct or indirect and it s about time that we attached the warranted importance to this phase of life. We are inherently ople held together by our faith and religion. Our families are the basis ol our existence and the presi rvation ol the family has only i" 1 n accomplished by centuries ol spiritual and divine guidance. Lei's put aside our mall rial thought's for this one evening and realign ourselves for our religious future, Along the same line as above. Fi leration Drive and the very incidents emanating from mpted collection ot charle funds, brings to our attention the inability of certain of our bro iic rs to look in retrospect. Do you remember the tune the Lodgi me tipgs wi re attended by or 400 I ri thi : at the S ii tish Rite T< mpleV When thi Louis Shochi t. Hai ry Simonhoff Elry Stone, a no a host "i other Jewish leadi 1 fired bj the ins > 'i our 1111 i'li .iiid the ruthlessness 1 %  the Nazi gam; when all that the A.D.L. had to do was to mention the need of funds and everyone clamored to give unstintingly when the subversive organizations in this community wen rooted out by the combined efforts of the Lodge and other communal organizations. ... In short, when we were faced with a dire necessity of combating an evil which was omnipresent. Most of you can remember; but there are some who refuse to remember persecutions still continue need has not lessened. ThV „i 1 change has been the God ,9 sanctity of this country !" H1 ability to keep theSngS those events from our shoreT a consequence, these few "f£J ters are making more Z% than ever before; worrying whl safety vault to keep it in J crying "sour beer" to their neil bors. I pray that these few' never need a helping hand 1 the other hand, maybe [1 ,.. n i be the quickest way for thcml remember. When this column shall hs been delivered, the formal initl tion of the Lou Heiman class J have been completed. Those tf attend will be initiated into i ritual of the Lodge and should! transfixed with the beauty of concepts. At this initiation 1 an; glad to welcome Brothl Julius Fisher, its secretary I • advised that Mrs. Julius Fill will remain in our community 1 several weeks and will reside the Milburn Hotel at the Beai It will be our pleasun to hal her in our midst. Events to come: The Junil Bnai Brith orders ol 1 1 girls are planning a minstrel J travaganza for the opening of tJ Hlllel House In the Univi %  Miami some time 111 May TH entire production will be writM and directed and executi 1 by tn boys and girls then { this project develops you will lurther advised. BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Beat Made From Fresh Oranges -GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means of Individual Circumstances "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" e Worthy and Deserves Your Full Support and Recommendation e SERVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI e EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH 24-HOUR Ambulance Service LEX GREE FOR GOUERnO FARMER — BLACKSI TEACHER — LEGISLATOR JUDGE — CONGRESSMAN He has a broad understand ing of Florida's war and pon] war problems. FOR UNITY IN FLORIDA %  ft GOVERNMENT OF. BY AND FOR THE PEOPl HE WILL KEEP FRITH WITH VOI Hear his Radio Speech at 8:15 p. m. Monday. April 3rd over Stations WRUF WFTL WPDQ • WTST WWPG WDLP Dade County Headquarters. 140 N. East 1st Avenu


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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ihJewisltUEIIiDiciidliigun
VOLUME 17No. 13
$189,095 Goal is Assured by]
Workers' Reports Made at
Meeting Held Last Sunday
o
The final report meeting for,
,h.. 194-1 United Appeal will "be
h.,l(i i, Miami Woman s Club.
fi? 17ti Terrace and N. Bay-
' A.M.. Sunday.
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 31, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
shore ,
Ami! 2. when workers, captains
and division heads arc expected
. ,,.;[ ,,: progress In obtaining
contributions that will place the
. i over the top of its
S189.< 'i,st Sunday re-
S 157.863 had been
to the Federationl
A, [ g neral report ses-
.;, the Miami Woman's Club
a spirited address
,1 by Dr. A. L.
i v professor ol the
Illinois and national
Hillel Foundations.
tl i facl his words
those men and
not taken part
in thi Dr. Sachar as-
, "is reaching the
. re more contributors
produce more rcv-
also to broaden the
SO that more fam-
active parts in the
nmunal life."
0( of Hungary by the
in pointed out, placed
900.000 native Jews in mortal ter-
ror, in addition to countless
hordes ol Jewish refugees who
had fled there from other coun-
| tries.
"One of the chief hazards we
I face in civilization is the lack of
Iunderstanding of the tragedy of
others. To US they are not indi-
viduals, but just numbers. We
have become mutinized and have
I not allowed widespread tragedy
Ito touch us personally. In doing
I this we have lost much of the
I beauty of living.
"Many good people who are
lunlouched by reality insist upon
[routine actions when they are
faced with the need for some-
Ithing to be done immediately that
lis oi an independent nature. 1'
[is not the wicked people alone
Iwho do the most mischief. Much
[of it u done by good people who
routinized so tl/at
Ithey no longei respond to the
disasters befalling
others,
Keen rivalry between groups of
lute Men's and Women's divisions
[of th,. Km i.-Intt.(i Appeal for
[campaign eadership was height-
1 meeting! on Wed-
|nesday and Thursday nights of
[this week when the Miami Beach
groups mel at the Beach YM &
[wHA and the Miami workers at
[lie Miami YMHA. Their prog-
' revealed at 11 A.M.
[Sunday dining the joint report
[meeting to be held at the Miami
I Woman's Club.
,. jkporl last Sunday awarded
pst pla, ,hl. Miami Beach
Pjen with a total of $4,502 in con-
rumtions. In second place were
Miami Beach women with
TO HIVE
HEBREW CALENDAR
PASSOVER
First Sedar, Friday, April 7
Second Sedar, Sat., April 8
Rosh Hodesh lyar.Mon., April 25
Lag B'Omer......Thurs.. May 11
Rosh Hodesh Si van. .Tue., May 23
Shabuot............Sun., May 28
Dade County Rabbinate
Relinquish Their Pulpits
to B'nai B'rith Speakers
I, APRIL 16
Completion of the HM4 United
Appeal of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation will be cele-
brated at a buffel dinner in the
Wofford Hotel, Miami Beach, the
night of Sunday. April Hi. Tins
will be two w< eks alter tiie final
report meeting.
'Customarily such celebrations
come hard on the hi els 'i| the
campaign," said Jacob Sher, cam-
paign chairman, in announcing
for the celebration. "But
this year we are having a delay
because ol the Passover holidays
additional time also .should
provide the opportunity tor all
workers to complete their tasks
so that at the dinner we will be
a hie to give a final and complete
report on the success of this ap-
peal for $189,095."
The dinner is to be given by
the campaign officials and the
officers and executive committee
of the Federation to campaign
workers and admission will be by
invitation only. Invitations will
be mailed to the workers.
The Rabbinate of Dade County
have given over their weekend
pulpits to B'nai B'rith and its ac-
tivities. Invitations to represen-
tatives to appear in each ol the
synagogues were tender* d to
Sholem Lodge. Chairman of the'
religious event. Mr. I). C. Will-
ner, announced speakers for the
houses (,t worship as follows:
Beth Jacob. March 31, Harold
Turk; Schaarei Zedi k. April 1,
Mam .re Croiner; Temple Israel.
March 31. Milton A Friedman;
Beth David. March 31, Isaac
Levin; Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
Apnl l, Louis Heiman; Beth
Sholom Center. March 31, Wil-
liam Kes.se.man, and Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Synagogue, April 1,
Abe Aronovitz. Speakers will
discuss B'nai B'rith and its many
functions.
Thousands of Hungarian
Jews Arrested and Await
Forced Labor or Execution
PRfflfllS
PEOPLE IN EUROPE
u mm jews
Protestant Clergy Call for
Curbing of Anti-Semitism
Straus Names D. J. Apte
Regional Vice-Chairman
Cincinnati, Ohio Roger W.
Straus of New York. National
Chairman of the $550,000 joint
fund campaign of the Union of
American Hbrew Congregations
and the Hebrew Union College,
Boston (WNS)More than 300
Protestant ministers of Greater
Boston joined in an appeal to Po-
lice Commissioner Sulivan to pre-
vent further anti-Jewish disturb-
ances. The plea oi the Protest-
ant clergy came following an in-
cident last Friday when a group
of anti-Semitic hoodlums spied
Seaman AAoert Cohen who was
marching with a band from the
Maiden Post of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars. Alter passing sev-
eral derogatory remarks about
Cohen and several other Jewish
members of the band, the hood-
lums beat up several of the Mai-
den youths.
Jewish American Farmers
Make War Contributions
New York (WNS)American
Jewish farmers are contributing
significantly to the war effort,
according to the annual report of
Gabriel Davidson, managing di-
rector of the Jewish Agricultural
Society.
The report estimates that over
100.000 Jews in America are de-
riving a living from the land and
own more than a million acres.
The Jewish farmer, the report
says, may be found in all
branches of agriculture.
Since 1939, the society has set-
tled 739 refugee families on the
land. Of that number. 592 fami-
lies have survived the usual de-
fections among beginners.
Miami Zionists to Hold
Regular Meeting Monday
The Greater Miami Zionist Dis-
trict will hold its regular monthly
meeting next Monday evening,
April 3, at 8:30 o'clock at the
Miami YMHA, 1567 S.W. Fifth
Street. Harry Simonhoff. chair-
man of the nominating commit-
tee, will present his report and
nominations for the election of
officers for the current year. The
public is invited.
Canadians Can Now Get
Matzos Tariff Duty Free
Washingon (W N S) Canada,
this vear. will be able to get
matzos from the United States
^NVrS)-7piCal f Hghetto' ^"SMIS paiUcn^of CornmerceyheTehmade
last m.," Propaganda is a broad- posthumously awarded the highest 1C .mnounccment, indicating
that the usual ban on such pro-
ducts would be lifted by Canada
on account of the war.
Washington (JTAlEmphasiz-
ing that Jews ni Hungary and
in the Balkan countries 'are now-
threatened with annihilation."
President Roosevelt at a pn
conference issued a statement
calling upon the free peopli
Europe and Asia to open tempor-
arily their frontiers to all escap-
ing Nazi victims. He
that "all who knowingly take
part in the deportation of Jews
to their death" shall be punished.
The President revealed that lie
has been in close touch with
Prime Minister Churchill and
Premier Stalin on the matter He
asked that every man everywhere
under Nazi domination "hide
these pursued victims, help them
to get over their borders, and do
what he can to save them from
the Nazi hangman."
"Hundreds of thousands of
Jews, who while living under per-
secution have at least found a
haven from death in Hungary and
the Balkans, are now threatened
with annihilation as Hitler's
forces descend more heavily up-
on these lands,"' the President
said. "That these innocent peo-
ple, who have already survived a
decade of Hitler's fury, should
perish on the very eve of triumph
over the barbarism which their
persecution symbolizes, would be
a major tragedy."
The President said at his press
conference that the work of the
War Refugee Board is going very
well and the board has actually
been getting people out. He an-
nounced the appointment of
John W. Pehle. previously acting
executive director, to the full di-
rectorship of the WRB. .
Asked whether the United
States would take part in offer-
ing haven, the President said that
we are taking care of all the ref-
ugees we can get out now. in
North Africa, for one place. When
it was indicated that the question
applied to haven in the United
States, the President answered
that there are not enough to
come, for one reason.
Bern (JTA) Thousands of
Hungarian Jews arrested by tne
Gestapo in Budapest and olln i
parts of occupied Hungary are
now being held m three concen-
tration (amps, awaiting deporta-
tion to Poland for extermination
in gas chambers or forced labor
in Upper Silesian coal mines, it is
k port< d here.
A brief S.O.S. has reached here
from Jews in Hungary in the
form of a carefully worded tele-
gram of twenty words, which can
all be reduced to the single word
Help!'' The message discle-i s
that i lie camps when- the ai-
i JeWS are being held aie
located in Ersekuyvar, Ipolvsajj
and Fuelek.
Th first eyewitness account to
lur. said that thousands of
Social Democrats and vari-
ous anti-Nazis swarmed over the
countryside outside of Budapest
after dark last Sunday, making
for the Slovakian frontier 70
miles away. Few trams left Bu-
dapest that night, and to board
them required at least three spe-
cial permits.
Carefully evading the main
highways, the refugees, laden
with bundles, tramped north-
ward. Many were caught before
they had a chance to reach the
outskirts of Budapest. The rest
marched for three consecutive
nights, sleeping during the day in
barns and woods along the way.
Refugees from other towns were
met by those from Budapest.
On Wednesday they approached
'the frontier. It is estimated that
: 10,000. divided into groups led by
local guides, were prepared to
| cross into Slovakia at points usu-
' ally not heavily guarded. But
Uhey were too late. The Slovak
government had moved up rein-
forcements to guard the frontier,
and along the 400-mile stretch
from Bratislava to Kosice. there
was not a loophole for the des-
pairing refugees. Thousands were
arrested, while Hungarian peas-
ants sympathetically provided
first-aid and shelter for others
who were not seized, but who
were too weary to flee elsewhere'
Passover Services for Our
Soldiers in North Africa
Itiif
S3.9 4. The Miami women with
PUU were next and the Miami
rn. with a total of $2,627. were
in fourth i
LS?" Fn,dman is co-chair-
gsnof tne Men's division and Sol
BWwm '"-chairman of the
p ach nu-n. At the Beach women
E "wking under direction of
EtaimBS?|amta Mayers and in
R wonuns co-chairman
?> Mrs. Monte Selig.
[Accuse Jewish Soldiers of
Noting Italian Cathedrals
bond
announced today the appointment
of six American Jewish leaders
to serve as regional vice-chair-
men for the campaign.
Among the six vice-chairmen
heading the Southeastern Region
is Day J. Apte. formerly of Mi-
ami and now of Tampa, Florida.
These six individuals will rally
forces in their districts to obtain
the funds needed for the mainte-
nance and extension of the work
of the two religious institutions.
Poland Honors Hero of
Battle of Warsaw Gretto
London (WNS)Michael Klep-
fish. Jewish labor leader who was
one of the heroes oi the Warsaw
- posthumously
by a Rome radio this Polish military honor, it was an-
nounced upon the recommenda-
tion of the leader of the under-
eek .i ""me radio tnis
wish i'i said that American
iaeed in n"'ls have been en" "on oi me imuw >. *
hidrik plra*lnK the Italian ca- ground forces in Poland.
hat L- hroadcast stated
ad ,,Torican Jew
*A tY'tl church property val-
CANADIAN UPA OPENS DRIVE
Montreal (JTA)The Canadian
United Palestine Appeal drive for
......... ...., <-! ..---------- mmrter of a million dollars in
American Jewish soldiers MAS PRESIDENT RE-ELECTED
n church property val- New York (JTA)A. Herman
0 million dollars which well known Jewish communal
"d _
|heV had
J. W. B. Directors to Meet
A meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau will be held on Monday.
April 3. at 8 o'clock in the Board
room of the organization, third
floor of the Fashion Mart Build-
ing, 127 N.W. Second Street. Dr.
Albert E. Rosenthal will preside.
Algiers (WNS) The Jewish
communities of North Africa are
I planning to hold special Passover
services for the thousands of Jew-
i ish soldiers serving with the Al-
lied forces here. Arrangements
I have been made with high mili-
tary authorities to permit, where
'possible. Jewish servicemen sev-
eral hours off on Passover eve so
that they might attend the ser-
vices and the Scdorim. The fes-
tivities wil be odserved in ac-
cordance with traditional ortho-
dox custom.
AN OPEN LETTER
My Dear Friends:
At the Passover Holidays approach, our thoughts turn to
the men in the armed farces who are making a sacrifice so that
we might live. One of the greatest things we can do for these
men to show our aooreciation of their efforts in our behalf is
to invite them to our homes for the Sedarim nights.
Let us follow the soirit of the Hagadah when it says. "All
those who are in need may come in and eat with us." Let us
put this into practice with that soirit. I ask every family in
the community to invite service men for the Sedarim nights.
Share your meal with the man who may give up his life
for you. m
Perhaps you have a son or some other relative in the ser-
vice in another part of the world and just do to the service
men in this area as you would want some other family to do
for your son. Call the Jewish Welfare Board or the Y.M.H.A..
3-4012, at once, and tell them how many service men you
will take.
SAM BLANK
Chairman Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee
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FRIDAY, MARCH 31,
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ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES

SCHAAREI ZEDEK
A County Fair event will be
held at the Biscayne Temple.
April 18 under the auspices ot
the Ladies' Auxiliary of Schaarei
Zedck. Elaborate plans are be-
ing made to carry out the theme
of the event under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz and
her committee.
M. B. JEWISH CENTER
Newly elected officers of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
he tendered an installation ban-
quet at the Center on Wednesday
evening. April 12. The installa-
tion ceremony will take place at
services tonight. The banquet
committee includes Harry Boden-
stein. Daniel Broad. Raymond
Rubin and Isadore Goldberg.
A bingo party will be spon-
sored by the Sisterhood of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, on
Monday evening. April 3 at 1415
Euclid Avc. Mrs. Fay Simms is
chairman.
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DENVERCHILD'S HOME
The Five o'clock Club on Mi-
ami Beach will be the scene on
Tuesday. April 4 at 12 o'clock
noon of the Annual Donors Lun-
cheon sponsored by the Greater
Miami Chapter for the National
Home for Jewish Children at
Denver. Mrs. Sam Luby heads
the committee in charge of ar-
rangements, assisted by Mrs. M.
B. Ross as co-chairman. Leo
Mason will be master of ceremon-
ies presenting a variety show of
night club entertainment gathered
from the leading clubs of this
area. A film. "Know Your Chil-
dren.'' will be shown during the
afternoon depicting the activities
of the home at Denver. The Na-
tional Home for Jewish Child-
ren at Denver has now enlarged
its program of aid to children and
entered a new field in aiding
asthmatics. Reservations for the
affair may be made by calling
Mrs. Lubv. 2-8000 and Mrs. Ross.
4-0391.
IJATONALCOUNCn^
The Service to Foreign Born
nroject of he National Council
ofJewMi Women. Miami &
is the subectot poster contest.
plans for winch have recemu
been completed.
The contest is open to all stu-
dents ... the senior high, schools
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I O AN
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Dr. H. Franklvn Williams of the
University of Miami, and mod-
erator of the Miami Round Table
of Christians and Jews, will ad-
dress the Spinoza Forum this Sat-
urday afternoon at 3 o'clock un-
der the canopy, on the lawn of
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
11th St.. between Collins
Ave and Ocean Drive. Miami
Beach Dr. Williams' topic will
be "Minorities in International
Law Next Saturday afternoon.
'Annl 1st, Ramona Sawyer Haiti,
will review the book. "They Shall
N it Sleep.'' by Leland Stowe.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
Mr. and Mrs Abraham Zinna-
the largest project at this time.
War stamps will be given M
prizes at the final Judging of the
contest, which will be held Tues-
day, April 4 at 8 o clock in tin
YMCA recreation room, posters
to be submitted on Saturday,
April 1 at the YWCA. All in-
terested are invited to attend.
In cooperation with the Coun-
cil Dr. I. T Pearson, director ot
instruction of the Da l< ( unty
Hoard of Public Instruction, has
urged that the contest be promot-
ed m evt ry art department and a
good participation encouraged.
Judges for the contest incl
Paul Dever, inspector in charge
of the U. S. Immigration and Nat-
uralization Service; Derm.an Fink,
artist, of Coral Gables, head of
the art department of the Uni-
vi rsity of Miami, and a member
of the National Society of Mural
Painters, and William Kesselman,
director of B'nar B nth Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Miami.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Natronal Council of Jewish
Women. Miami Section will take
place Wednesday, April 5th at 2
p. m. at the YM&WHA. 1 Lincoln
Road. At the busim i ting
which will precede the program,
Mrs. Benjamin L Vim chairman
of the nominating committee.
will report on the slate of the
officers chosen for next year by
the nominating committee. Addi-
tional nominations may be made.
The program will include movii a
and a discussion of the topic.
"Health," by Mrs. Maryland
Burns Byrne. A musical program
will be presented by Miss Cor-
rine Will, soprano, accompanied
by Mrs. Symes Morris
Fisher and White, record-break-
ing comedians playing at the
Sunday, April 2, 8:15 p. m. in
the Y auditorium, the entire \ot:
im! membership of the Miami
Beach YM & WHA will assemble
for its firsl annual meeting. The
bership will ratify the nom-
inations of officers and members
0f the board of directors, and
uill vote seven out of eight can-
didates for members-at-large for
the one-year term. Figuring in
the election ballot will be Isa-
dore Aronovit/, Sol S. Gold-
strom, Leo Huberman, Sam Lacn-
man Joseph Rambam. Mrs. Carl
Susskind, Mrs. Edward J. Wein-
stein, and Harold Turk. Harry
Zukernick. president, and ack P.
Marash, executive director, will
r nder reports outlining the pro-
of the organization.
"m.'b. PIONEERS
Due to present conditions the
Pioneer Women's Organization of
Palestine has cancelled its plans
for its annual donor dinner and
will nive instead a Passover don-
or tea It will be held Wednes-
day evening, April 12. at the
Miami Beach YM & WHA. A
musical program is planned. Ar-
rangements are being completed
I y Mrs Isaac Rosengarten. chair-
man, and a committee composed
of Mrs Henry Seitlin. Mrs. S.
Wittel, Mrs. S. Gergert, Mrs. H.
Friedman, Mrs. S. Lavine. Mrs.
A Kaplan. Mrs. K. Lurie, Mrs. E.
Pritzker, Mrs. S. Shapoff and
Mrs S. Zabarsky.
M. I. ORTHODOX
A group of friends will tender
a reception to Mr. Katowitz fol-
lowing services Saturday morn-
ing at the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation. The occasion
will he the Jewish Birthday anni-
\( rsary marking Mr. Katowitz'
reaching 100 years of age. Rabbi
J. E. Rackovsky will preside at
the reception.
Children of the Beth
Sunday School will parSi^
a Sedar with full rituaW*
assembly Sunday morn!?-81*
rangements are in chL*ra Ar"
the Sisterhood wh gj*.M
Stiebel in charge pSl A1'x
friends are invited.
and
mon were hosts at a garden party ^acncomoerciuD.wui entertain
at their home last Tuesday. The members and friends of the Na-
proceeds were given to the i'onal Council of Jewish Women.
Beth Sholom Mlami Section, at the annual don-
I were assisted ?$ .ljmc*,c?n Lid*\- March 31 at
.te Greenberg. J? 3 th? Beachcomber Club.
Fafe Scheaffer M'arnl Beach. Carl Ciardner. act-
building fund of Beth Sholom Mla,mi Section, at the annual don-
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by Mesdames Kate-
Evelyn Kohn and .
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Kraff. vocalist accompanied by
Miss Anyuta Mehcov. Mrs. I. G.
Kol ley, chairman of the affair.
reports an active response to res-
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
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' daughter. Mr and Mrs. J.
Orutman of New York.
Mr and Mrs. David Messing of
MlamiV. wedding anniversary.
M,, Mendel Scheinberg has re-
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Mrs. Mycr Miller and their son
Harvey, of Baltimore. Md Thev
arrived March 25th and will stay
several weeks. Mrs. Miller is the
former Miss Blanche Diamond.
Maurice Schwartz, director of
vi ^Wlsh Art Theatre of New
York City, and well known actor.
is here tor a two weeks' rest He
has currently been playing in the
Successful play of The' Mishpoche
of Karoiiozsky," by the famous
writer I. Singer, who recently
passed away. Mr. Schwartz was
met the the airport by an old
friend, Max Azar, of Coral
Gables.
ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pike of
110 Third Terrace, DiLido Island,
nave their neice. Miss Clara Mi-
chelson of Brooklme. Mass, as
their guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Helen, to Lt. Earle
Hamilton. Lt. Hamilton is an
instructor of Navigation, stationed
at Casper, Wyoming.
Engagement of Miss Muriel Se-
Wltz,""d Lt- 0g( Arnold P. Ros-
en, USNR, is being announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs Max I
Sawitz, 1236 Pennsylvania Ave,
Miami Beach and New York. Lt.
Rosen is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel T. Sapiro, 2675 Flamingo
Drive, Miami Beach. The wed-
ding is planned for May.
Miss Sawitz was graduated
from Miami Beach High school
and received her bachelor's de-
pee in business administration
irom the University of Miami.
where she was a member of Tri
Beta sorority.
Lt- Rosen attended Miami
Beach High school and was grad-
uated from the University of
Honda He is a member of Phi
Eta Sigma and Li Lambda Phi
fraternities. After 19 months
overseas duty lie has been or-
dered to duty in Norfolk, Va.
Business Man Retires ta
Run for Justice of Peace
Park Alan (Buck) Grundy is
retiring from business to run for
justice of the peace and in com-
menting on his decision, says the
justice of the peace of the grow-
ing city of Miami Beach is not a
minor job that is to be handled
as either an adjunct, aid or fur-
therance of a man's business,
whether he be banker, lawyer,
broker or storekeeper and that
he will make one promise to the
people who elect him to his first
public office and that is "to
the best of my ability I will de-
vote my entire time in carrying
jon the capable management,
friendly understanding and past
successful office of my prede-
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OBITUARY
MORRIS SOLOMON
Services were held at 4 p. m.
Sunday in Gordon Funeral Home
followed by burial in Woodlawn
Park for Morris Solomon, 71. who
died Friday at his home, 1885 S.
W. 25th terrace. He came here
five years ago fiom Bridgeport,
Conn., and leaves three sons,
Jake, John and Louis, all of Mi-
ami, and six daughters, Pauline
and Bertie of Miami, Mary of
New York, Mrs. Dorothy Halprin.
Baltimore, Mrs. Esther Brosler of
Bridgeport, and Mrs. Minnie
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Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan.
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Beach, left Tuesday for an ex-
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Kaplan is rabbi emeritus of Tem-
ple Israel. They will spend some
time in Jacksonville and then
will go to New York and to Port-
land, Me. They will return in
the fall.
Miss Beatrice D. Lippman will
leave this week for an extended
vacation in New York where she-
will visit her mother and friends.
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WEDDINGS
Miss Shirley Stein, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs* Joseph R. Stem
became the bride of Lewis W.
Gorfine of Baltimore, Sunday af-
ternoon. The ceremony was per-
formed by Rabbi Jacob H. Kap-
lan of Temple Israel. A recep-
tion followed at the Roney Plaza
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Miss Charlyne P. Rusk in was
maid of honor and bridesmaids
were Miss Doris Bass and Miss
Charlotte Gorfine ot Baltimore.
a sister of the bridegroom.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Miami and University of
Pennsylvania.
Mr. Gorfine. a graduate of the
University of Maryland, is the
son of Emanuel Gorfine. a for-
mer state senator from Maryland
and best man for his son.
After the wedding thip the cou-
ple will reside at 714 15th St.
Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickson an-
nounce the bar mitzvah of their
son Sidney to take place at cer-
emonies at Beth David Congre- j
gallon Saturday morning at 9,
o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Dickson
will hold ooen house that eve-
ning at 820 N. W. 7th Avenue.
Friends arc invited and no invi-;
ia!ions are being issued.
! Bernard Allen Ross, son of
!Mr. and Mrs. H. Ross, 1101 S. W.
i 20th Ave. became bar mitzvah at
! services last Saturday at Con-
igregation Schaarei Zedek. Rabbi'
Simon April, teacher of the con- j
firmand, conducted services and'
responded to the boy's address.
BRISM
The Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black. 1852
S. W. 24th St., took place at
Jackson Memorial Hospital on
Tuesday, with Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei officiating.
On Wednesday afternoon, at
St. Francis Hospital Rabbi Mach-
tei officiated at the Brith Milah
of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Blumenkranz, 4550 Sheri-
dan Ave.. Miami Beach.
The Brith Milah of the son of
Cpl. and Mrs. Lee Minor. 1833 S.
W. 21st St.. took place at St
Francis on Thursday, with Rabbi
S. M. Machtei officiating.
BIRTHS
Cpl. and Mrs. Irving Goldman,
1500 S. W. 16th Ave. announce
the birth of a son at Jackson Me-
morial hospital on Sunday. March
26. Cpl. Goldman is now serv-
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|N,lltl<-al A UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Hylda
Amena Solomon will take place
Sunday, April 2nd. at 3 P. M at
Mount Nebo Cemetery. Rabbi
Jacob Tarshish of Temple Israel
will officiate. Arrangements are
in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of
the Palmer Monument Company.
Friends of the family are asked
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Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3. 18.9
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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 31. 1944
MS AN 7. 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 13
NOTES OF BEACH "Y
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Uc in a bl heap
I om tins themi evolves me
Night i Januarj 16 Written
by Ayn Rand in ;> style quite dif-
ferenl from the usual thriller,
the three-act drama will p. pri
sented April 2. 3 and 4 by th<
VM and wHA players. ; building, 1 Lincoln Road.
the leads are Penny
Kasper, the District Attori
Corrine Feuer, a.- Karen Andre;
Pvl Sam Zeiler, as Miss Andres
and Cl Frank,
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
yjtMtfy Satifdentiai
By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
lau \< r,
AID IMPERATIVE
When President Roosevelt established the War Refugee Board j
to forestall the diaboical plan of the Nazis to exterminate the gm^ ]
Jews in Europe his action was not only acclaimed by_ Jewish ^ .,,uj( v
leaders in America as expressive of the humanitarian principles Ni,kv RUbin, B Her,
and traditions of the American people, but as bearing evidence p, \\ R jtty
of a determined effort to effectuate the immediate release of the ', h,'
persecuted minorities trapped in the tentacles of the Mm gj*
cannibals. Harold G rd n and Th<
When it was subsequently announced by the White House g
that the President was pondering the appointment of an execu- Tw most ii
tive director of the Board, the hope was privately expressed in support,, will >,_
Jewish circles that the appointee would be a person of sutlicient
stature capable of rising to the requirements of the tremendous Ui;; band down t I the
task that would be entrusted to him. That hope has been more end oi the trial What will
than vindicated with the appointment of John W. Fehle. the wrdid GU1L1 Y o, NO!
That Mr. Pehle was the right man for the job was quite evi- A ;.
dent from the very moment he assumed office. On the day ot f(1|l,
his appointment he was asked by representatives of the press for "Y" members, and
to state what action the Board was planning to fuither its func- noi A Jui
.ions. His terse answer was-'the Board is already acting JjJJ S
overseas." ion is lie for "'
During the approximately two months that Mr. Pehle has and 22, I
been heading the Board he has not only evinced a keen aware- 0 tti Mian Bi
ness of the plight and problems of the victims he hopes to save, "Y |
, y v \ ., i.i. tu,. 'he most prcmiising i n its
but also a disposition to act promptly and expedit.ously. This } gnd ,-
was evidenced, among other things, by the speed with which n Firsl Annual B.....ir
Ira Hirschmann was sent to Turkey where, last week, he was and Carniva It wi I be hi out-
reported to have made satisfactory contact with the Turkish
SOMETHING TO REMEMBER .
"My mind runs to a name familiar to you all -Chaim Weir,
mann who came over to this country because he saw ug on
the point of making some very serious mistakes with regard to
our rubber program and because he felt that oil could not do h
by itself, and so he brought in alcohol to do the job. ... And
I know of my own definite personal experience, because he
came to me at that time and I made the connections for him
I know that he made it possible for us to avoid a very, very
serious mistake in terms of the war eflort." This statement wi
made by none other than Vice President Henry Wallace,
speaks volumes for the importance of the U. S. Government
attaches to Dr. Weizmann's contribution to the American war
effort. .
WAR NEWS .
The title of Number-One man in the Army Air Forces in point
of physical fitness has just been copped by Air Cadet Milton
R. (Bob) Fromkin of Omaha, son of attorney Max Fromkin of that
city. Bob, who is a nephew of Morriss Fromkin, well-known
member of the New York and Milwaukee bar, also came out
winner in the Tennis Championship of the 352nd Cadet Training
Department some time ago. Flying Officer S. S. Shulemson
of the RCAF, who recently was awarded the Distinguished
Service Order for "inspiring leadership, great skill and courage'
in an attack on an enemy convoy, is the son of the Saul Shulem-
sons of Montreal. There's a new soothsayer in town, Myrus
by name, who predicts that the war in Europe will be over this
year and that the Pacific war will take another two years to win.
We don't, of course, vouch for the prognosticator s reliability
and we do hear that he invariably loses his bets on the
races. .
and the spacious grounds
from the --;-t:;r;:;;o;,orand'bunt-
: of the gayest of fetes.
While
Balkan countries.
Unfortunately, the situation has changed since then,
a week ago it looked as we might look forward with some de-
gree of confidence to the rescue of some Jewish refugees, the
sudden occupation of Hungary by the Nazis, who seem to be
determined to spread their rule to the rest of southeastern Eu-
rope, has darkened the outlook. What the satellite countries
may have been willing to do now that they realize that Hitler
has lost the war, Germany will not do. All avenues of escape
are now seemingly closed to Jewish refugees in Europe.
We have no means of knowing what measures Mr. Pehle is
contemplating to meet this new and. perhaps not unanticipated,
situation. We are confident, however, that he wil not let it
deter him from his task. The adage "where there is a will there
is a way" holds sway in war as well as in peace. Mr. Pehle
has shown that he has the will.
For the three evenings the
C mmittee will bring to its audi-
ences the cream of this town's en-
tertainment world. Each and
every evening of the Bazaar will
be sparked by the wit and talent
of this area's nightenes.
DR. WEIZMANN'S CONTRIBUTIONS
Speaking before the American Palestine Committee, Vice-
President Wallace declared that Dr. Weizmann. the President of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine, had made an important scien-
tific contribution to the war effort.
"I know it from my own definite personal experience that Dr.
Weizmann made it possible for us to avoid a very serious mis-
take in terms of the war effort," said Vice-President Wallace.
"Dr. Weizmann came over to this country because he saw us on
the point of making some very serious mistakes with regard to
our rubber program and because he felt that oil could not do
itself. And so he brought alcohol to do the job."
In the first Word War, Dr. Weizmann also made a significant
scientific contribution which came to the aid of the Allies in a
critical hour.
The scientific contribution is great. There is another sacrifice
which one would have liked to have spared Dr. Weizmann
Flying with the R.A.F. was a son of Dr. Weizmann, who showed
something of the same scientific promise as his great father But
this young flyer lost his life fighting for the Allies. Another of
his sons was wounded in action.
Yes, Dr. Weizmann has contributed heavily to the Allied
cause. He has given everything he possessed and cherished
the most!
PASSOVERS
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STAGE AND SCREEN .
If the plan to have John Garfield star in a new war film goes
through, you may expect an extraordinarily fine performance.
John has been playing the "foxhole circuit" in Italy, and keep-
ing his eyes and ears open. Erich Wolfgang Korngod, who
has been in Hollywood for many years now and has some of
filmdom's finest musical arrangements to his credit, will be
coming East soon to conduct for "Helen Goes to Troy,'' sched-
uled to open this spring. Now they say that it's Greta Garbo
who will play the Divine Sarah Bernhardt in the projected film
biography of that illustrious actress. Cecil B. De Mille is said
to be thinking of screening Thomas Mann's famous trilogy on
the Biblical Joseph. .
WEEKLY GIGGLE .
Harry Hershfield likes to tell the story of the lunatic asylum
in Germany whose director, expecting a visit from the Fuehrer,
drilled all the inmates so that their "heiling" and saluting would
testify to the complete Nazification of that institution. ... So
Hitler came, and in every padded cell and every less isolated
ward each and every man and women greeted him in true Nan
fashion. All, that is, but one man. Hitler eyed him with
indignation. "Why don't you solute me?" he roared. ..
"Who, me?" exclaimed the man. "I'm the keeperI'm not
crazy." .
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)AY, MARCH 31. 1944
face Facts
By Alexander F. Millar
Florida Regional Director
Anti Datamation League
+Jewisti Ikriht,
PAGE FIVE
[Your Director has just returned
ll0Ua week in New York C.ty
Pending the nation-wide con-
lenceof the directors of Com-
lunity Relations Councils and
&1 npresentatives of the
Rtftefamation League. Also
ksent were staff members of
Sp American Jewish Committee,
t American Jewish Congress
Ed the Jewish Labor Committee.
[All in all, it was a thorough
Cu-section <>f the professional
Lode to whom the Jewish com-
lunity has entrusted the task of
Lablislunj; better public rela-
|nns Every section of these
Inited States and all types of
lewpoints wire there, making
kr highly interesting and infor-
mative discussion*.
|We came ;i\vay with one basic
Loughtthat everywhere we are
Iced with a serious problem.
Iri-n in those communities where
Eationships are on a friendly
*vel, then are no walls which
Lean build high enough to pre-
Tent id, infiltration of hate and
ipegoatism. In other words, the
cblem cannol be reduced to a
jcal level alone but must be
fcalt with by national agencies
Ech as the Anti-Defamation
jca;u working in close co-oper-
jion with local communities.
[But enough of philosophizing
hd "basic tacts." Enough trans-
pired to fill several columns and
more will be printed here anon.
You will be interested to know
i that our schedule was so full that
[there was no time to ply the an-
tics of the VisitmK Firemen. Your
directors, from all over the coun-
try, carried 80 much zeal and de-
termination to this convention
that daily meetings which were
[convoked at 9:00 A.M. lasted un-
til midnight, with meals being
served at the conference table.
Following formal adjournment,
little groups continued the dis-
cussions until the early morning
hours.
We were particularly impressed
by the fact that each man and
woman present recognized the
importance and responsibility of
his assignment. And each one
carried to that assignment the
utmost his body and brain and
spirit could offer. In our mind
was reaffirmed that this is no
mere job. This is mortal combat
against the deadliest of foes.
We were comforted somewhat,
tooif there is comfort in shar-
ing discomfort by the knowl-
edge that we have many fellows
who find their beds no haven of
rest these long, long nights.
Beth David Sisterhood to
Sponsor Sedar on April 7
A public Sedar sponsored by
the Beth David Sisterhood will
be held in the Beth David audi-
torium the first night of Passover,
Friday, April 7, starting at 8 P.M.
Early reservations are required
and may be obtained by calling
the synagogue's office. 2-1473.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
the services.
EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE
Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual,
coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient
and courteous personnel enable us to provide a
funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved
family in every particular.
[1236 Washington Avenue
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I RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUR
CONSIDERATION AND SUPPORT.
My conduct and record of service
as a faithiul. public-minded com-
munity servant speaks for itself.
George S. Okell
Candidate for Legislature
GROUP 1
Political Ad. Paid for by Friends
EAT MORE DELICIOUS
POULTRY
? Y ,H ^ R El I. L. SPRINGER317 N. W. 5th Street
'''one 2-Jt.7J
Phone 3 W48 0pen Unt,| Noon Sunday
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We Never CloseDay or Night
Phon o ^ TENNESSEE1340 S. W. 8th Street
"TPpJ, pen Unt" Nn Sund*y
KEEP EM FRYINGSEE SPRINGER FOR SPRINGERS"
HAT
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HERE
Red Cross Chairman to
Be Hostess at Tea April 1
rtiiM column im conducted |,y the
reater Miami JowlHh Federation In
>o|.cnitlon with The Jewish Klorld-
lan as a community wrvlce. To Inform
I he community of your organization's
actlvttlen and to avoid conflicts In
dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for
Community Ctlendnr." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
1 uoBday for publication that week.)
unday, April 2nd:
grater Mluml Jewish Federation
Workers- K.-|M,rt Meeting, Miami
Women h Club, 11 a. m.; Y.\l & W
I1A of Miami IJeaeh. annual meet-
ing I leach Y, 8 p. m.
Sunday, Monday, Tueiday
April 2, 3, and 4:
VM \- W1IA of Miami Peach. Y
Players, dramatic performance, at
Beach Y, Sunday, f:o p. m., Mon-
day anil Tuesday, 8 p. m.
Monday, April 3rd
Temple Israel Sisterhood, regular
Jewlan Welfare Bureau, board
meetlUK. Temple Israel, 12:30 p. m .
meetmic. Community Chest Hoard
Koom, S p. m.
Tuesday, April 4th:
National Home for Jewish Children
at Denver, Donor's Luncheon. Five
gC .k rluh> 12nn """"; Hadassah.
Miami Chapter, board meeting, 2
p. m.: Temple Israel, board meet-
ing, 8 p. m.
Wednesday, April 5th:
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, regular meeting; Workkmens
circle. Branch No. fi'.'L'. regular
membership meeting, B:80 p, m IS
Washington Ave,
Friday, April 7th:
Forum Series. National Council of
Jewish Women. Beach Y. "Women
in the Post War World," 1:10 p. m.
Monday. April 10th:
Hadassah. Miami Chapter, regular
meeting, l' p. m.
Mrs. John Canfield. chairman
of the American Red Cross Cour-
ier, will be hostess at a tea April
1, four to six, to be held at the
Greater Miami Officers' Club. 221
N.E. 2nd Street, Miami. Honored
guests will be Dr. and Mrs. John
La Gorce. Mrs. La Gorce is ac-
tive in Washington in the Amer-
ican Red Cross Training Unit for
the Services to the Armed Forces
personnel.
Mrs. M. F. Wittichen. Mrs.
Strongman Miller, Mrs. H. O.
Shaw and Mrs. John Schroeter
will pour.
Guests will include ranking of-
ficers of the Army and Navy,
American Red Cross Field Rep-
resentatives, Board Members. Ad-
ministration American Red Cross
key personnel, members of the
press and radio.
American Red Cross activities
will be on display.
Congressman Lex Green
Over WFTL Monday Eve
A thoughtless remark
Can set the spark
Let's keep the enemy
in the dark!
Congressman Lex Green, con-
tinuing his "heart-to-heart" talks
to the voters of Florida, spoke
over WFTL Monday evening,
March 27, at 7:30 P.M. in a 15-
minute talk carried by the Mutual
Broadcasting System.
A review of his "20 undistin-
guished years in Congress"
(quoted from "The Miami Her-
ald") shows that Lex Green has
kept faith firs', a* j member of
the state legislature, County
Judge, and Representative >n
Congress from Florida. The Fei1-
ersl Government has spent $1,-
210,874,327 in Florida for direct
war expenditures, largely through
the efforts of Lex Green.
(le-elect
CLAUDE
PEPPER
U.S. SENATOR
Experience and
Aggressiveness Counts
Democratic Primary
May 2. 1944
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March 31, 1944.
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It has also been our privilege to serve our many hundreds of Jewish
customers with specially supervised products for their Passover holidays.
These products, conforming to our policy, have been prepared f^r, Passover
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valued patronage of our Jewish customers. You are well aware of present-
day conditionsthe manpower shortage, scarcity of materials and the short-
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which all together have made us regretfully announce our inability to serve
you Passover dairy products this year. This is the first time in the many
years of our business that this has occurred and it is with much regret and
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We look forward with the hope that the near future will bring a cessation
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E. C. Fogg. Jr.
President
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover/

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vJewistflcrkliar
Dan Chappell Formally Charity Week Featured
Asks Seat in Legislature Out TropicalJ'ark Way
Uan ChappTiTMiami atorney' Coral Gables-Tropi^P^ks
and former state representative outstanding CIkit> W ..k
from Dade county has announced thoroughbred ung \
his candidacy for the Democra tic ranged by K:"M\V ,7(^,0 Ti'-
nomination to the seat in the P. Turner with the S 10.00u I
house of representatives now oc- ical. Handicap^ t^eason^
ing decidedly the outstanding at-
traction. In this mile and a tin
long fray, The Widener winner.
Four Freedoms, and the mucn
traveled Marriage, with an arm-
ful of stakes in various part
the country to his ci
slated to measun strides once
more. Only the two are in i
to make it a
u ide nun i -'
Ti Park will full
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War Fui

ty to I
Kenneth Oka Candidate
For Beach Peace Justice
Kenneth Oka. younj M"!*
is among the candidates foi th
Democratic nomination tor jus-
tice f the peace, the witnw
hdd by Councilman Ralph I ole.
cupied by Pat Cannon.
Chappell said he would give
full support to President Roose-
velfs war program and attacked
Kep. Cannon as 'anti-Roosevelt
and anti-administration."
"This is ;. lug ami important
congressional district." he de-
clared, "and is entitled to strong.
able representation. Believing
that I possess the necessary qual-
ifications and ability ably to rep-
resent this district, 1 shall b< a
candidate ..."
Chappell served in the 1929
1931 and 1933
legist iture a an unsuccess-
ful candidate foi governor in
1936.
Among policies he advo< i I
are I i lopmenl of avial
harl or a y facilitii in
this irea, the abolition ol dis-
criminatory freight rati s, the
strength! ning of gov i nmi nl wi i-
fari ag< old age
sit ns in I adi |uati rehabilit
for returning servicemen.
kennei n oka
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Preceding the dedication ol
the club, with Murray Grossman
a.s master of ceremonies, the
members of the Jewish commun-
ity joined in a Purim service at
the synagogue.
Officers ol th< Jewish Com-
munity Center are Mrs, Cohen,
president; Mrs Esther Silberman,
ident; Jack Arlen, tn as-
M Cecil Weintraub,
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+Jewish fhrkUam
mv MARCH 31. 1944
ltd ^^JSZ^y^S^" SuPK^.b^ Grea?r 55 IewUh F6dMation 'Martin Genet Announces
3 The Jewtoh Welfare Board ----------ft* U. Keep Record 0f Our M.n In Service For BeQch peace Justice
PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
^ ^ ^ r\ ^
PARADE!
The justice of peace court is
as important to people with dis-
putes of $100 or less as the high-
est courts of the state and nation
New Type of Circuit
[der in Chap. Zwitman
Phe jewish~Fi^Tdjari of March
carried an article on Chap-
, Zwitman which, was issued
: Army P"blic Relatlons
,he ThTrelcase followed an
Flying Lt. Milton Rotenbiatt. Miami M a n's Neohew
ported miisina in action two ~" **" nepnew
Completes 25th Mission
reported misting in action two
weeks ago. cabled his mother.
Mrs. R. Rosenblatt, 246 Jeffer-
son Ave.. Miami Beach, the
message arriving here late
Wednesday. The cable stated
"If luck is with me will see
you soon."
An Eighth AAV Bomber Sta-
tion, England.When the Flying
Fortress "Phyllis Marie" roared
back from its 25th combat bomb-
ing mission with the Eighth AAF
Krvipw With Chaplain Zwit- p r-m:i H .;~l over Nazi Europe, it was time
thv* correspondent of Yank. HOSen family Have Briet for 22-year-old T/Sgt. Harold B.
Armv newspaper. The report- Reunion Week ol Feb. 20 (Blimp) Blumberg of Savannah,
r southerner, who had seen ______ to step up and take a bow.
Lit riders W CWrrtodthig k f p fa 2Q h Ground crew chief for the big
ptry from twn to town m reunion fam. q{ bomber the Savannah engineer,
[given region, saw in tne U-nap Samuel T Saniro son of Mr- and Mrs- Ben Blum-
1a new type of circuit rider. Mr. and Mrs. bamuel I. bapiro. berg of Hu Egst Thirty.fifth
hn developed the idea of mech- Lt. (jg.) Arnold P. Rosen flew streeti and nephew of Nat Blum-
zed ministering using a jeep in for a leave from his duties berg o{ Miami, working long
tead of the old-fashioned horse, with the Naval Air Forces sta- hours in the cold. damp, black
hV article was entitled "Dobbin tioned at San Juan, Puerto Rico. British nights, had completely at-
nws to Chaplain's Jeep." and Having been on foreign duty for tained the first goal that is the
beared in Army newspapers as 18 months, this was his first op- dream of every crew chiefto get
pll as in New York and New portunity to see brother Martin his plane through those first 25
fcrsev papers. Following is a in his navy uniform. missions.
Eolation from the front page of Martin L. Rosen (AS) is sta- T/Sgt. Blumberg has seen his
C Signal Corps Message, an Ar- tioned at Georgia Tech as a V-12 first combat crew, commanded by
iv newspaper, which carried the student in engineering. Of course Capt. Perry V. Row of Wichita,
ticle: Lt. Arnold rated the formal salu- Kan., complete its tour of opera-
The circuit-rider is covering tation and had an opportunity to tions, and now working with a
lore ground these days. The gas- impose Naval etiquette on broth- new flight crew, he is well start-
nwered dash and spurt of an er Martin with the rank (AS). ed on the second leg of his cam-
rmy jeep is replacing the steady Both naval men had comment paign to put 50 missions on
|od of a patient horse; and to make on mother's activity in 'Phyllis Marie."
barred saddle -hags have been re- knitting for the army rather than Formerly a welder with the
aced by C.I musette bags. in support of their branch. They Southeastern Shipbuilding Cor-
rhanlam C A Zwitman of approved, however, Richard's poration of Savannah, T/Sgt.
nni Wood was faced with a (age 14) work in the sale of war Blumberg has seen overseas ser-
toblem in logistics when the ex- bonds and stamps to aid "Pop" vince since July, 1943
lencies of modern combat train- in his responsibility as chairman
scattered his Signalmen wor- of the Miami Beach Division of
(uppers to remote and obscure the War Finance Committee.
teas in this northeastern defense ---------------------------
Lon. Thus was born the idea CpL Arthur L. Weinberg. 630 ^SSrtkJkl/SS^Li
'mechanized ministering. Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, is states that he has covered some
Miami Law School and resident
of Miami Beach for the past eight
years, Mr. Genet said he believes
he not only is familiar with the
problems of Miami Beach people
but also is qualified to interpret
the law fairly and impartially.
Many disputes, he said, can be
easily settled by lending a sym-
pathetic ear to those in dispute.
"If elected," he said, "I pro-
pose to continue the operation of
the Miami Beach Peace Justice's
court in the fail" manner in
which it has been conducted in
the past by Ralph Pole and Val
C. Cleary. Furthermore, my le-
gal training is an additional fa-
cility which will help expedite
court procedure."
MARTIN GENET
are to litigants with thousands
of dollars at stake.
That is the opinion of Martin
Genet, practicing Miami Beach
attorney and candidate for Mi-
ami Beach Justice of the Peace,
subject to the Democratic pri-
mary, May 2.
A graduate of the University of
Well Known Writer Will
Speak on "White Paper"
The Service Parade this week
heard from Lt. (jg) E. Albert
Pallot with the Naval Armed
post card
Armv Air 8,000 miles of ocean since he has
The Jewish leader covers a stationed at Bambridge Army Air
Umum of 170 miles each week. Field, Georgia, and was recently been aboard ship and says he
.ularly visiting some back awarded the Good Conduct really H tt^ Thc^duty is flood
wintry spots where the high- medal. ______ A1 wrote Lt. Pallofs address is
hys dwindle to little more than c/o Naval Armed Guard. U. S.
food-bordered trails. A V-Mail note was received l v. Stanford. Fleet P. O.. New
1-In spite of field conditions and this week from Pfc. Joseph York New York.
be uncertainties of forecasting Schrebmck of West Palm Beach ---------
ny dutv, Chaplain Zwitman and Miami. Joe writes from Sgt Harold L. Baumttein. 21.
. an average attendance that Italy that he is enjoying the of Hartford, Conn., radio oper-
lould well inspire honest envy change and extends greetings to ator on a troop carrjer plane,
om his robed brethren of more his many friends and acquaint- ]ost his life when his craft
lilckly populated centers. Even ances. crashed about 400 miles north
pnsidering the strong Jewish --------- of Brisbane, Australia. Sergeant
adition for attending worship Albert L. Kahn's nephew, Lt. Baumstein left his studies at the
^rvices, a 95 per cent attendance Burton S. Kahn. USN, has re- University of Connecticut to join
almost astronomical. Other ceived his second citation, the the air force.
Irmy chaplains have noticed the latest being for amphibious oper- ---------
peral increase in the more re- ations in the Mediterranean. Be- T/Sgt. Herman H. Stein. 31. of
ute areas, thus well bearing out fore entering the service. Lt. San Francisco, member of the
be contenti hi that "there are no Kahn was associated with Kahn signal corps, was killed while on
x-holes'." and Alpert. Inc., 420 Lincoln Rd.. duty in the Southwest Pacific
and served as treasurer of the last August. A graduate of City
Buy Stamps and Bonds. Junior Chamber of Commerce. College of New York, Sergeant
----------------.-------------------------------__ ,-------- Stein was an investigator for the
Out This Coupon and MaQ To "WAR RECORDS. Army- Department of Welfare.
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
Name __________
Home Address .. _____
Street
Birth Date .......
Serial No.
City
State
... Birthplace,.
City
State
Civilian Occupation..
_____Marital Status
Rank or Rating
Date Entry Date
In Service___________________Discharged
Branch of Service_____________
Full name of nearest kin._____
Relationship.....______Address-
Information Transmitted by__
Telephone number____________
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 SELIG. Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Ssc.
Executive Committee
Mra. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman,
Maurice Groiiman, Louie Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mr. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowltx. Alex-
ander F. Miiltr, at Roth, Fred
Shochet. Milton Strkm. Joseph
Stein, Mrs. Herman Wallach. Carl
Weinkte. George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
Dsvoting This Pag. to the Effort, of the Army-N.vy Committee. Made Possible Through
the Co-Operation of
JACK C. JAYSON
ABESS & COSTAR
First National Bank Bldg.
CARL'S MARKETS
Miami Miami Beach
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
155 E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
CROMER WHOLESALE
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FIXZIT SYSTEM
1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue
FLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO.
2 N. E. 26th Street
GREEN BROS.
55 N. E. 24th Street
HUB DRY GOODS
129 M. Miaou Avenue
Miami
DONALD LAVIGNE-UN1FORMS
114 N. E. Second Avenua
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO.
149 N. E. 10th Street
JOSEPH R. STEIN
Miami. Florida
WKT FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB
WwJ^SSS Str~t t 37th Ave.
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Mitchell Woiisea W*
AMERICAN
RED CROSS
+
Moishe Katz, well-known Jew-
ish writer and lecturer, will dis-
cuss "The English White Paper
and Palestine" on Friday, March
31, at 8:30 P.M. in Carpenters
Hall. 47 N.W. 3rd Street. The lec-
turer will answer questions. The
public is welcome.
EPPERSON
FOR
What Yon Pay For ^^
P9 WATCH REPAIRS ^
Why Not Get tin Best
HAVI AN
ACCURATI
TIMEKEEPER
Technical training
and yean of experi-
ence only can make
man a watchmaker.
You'll find such .kills
at Deamlg'a. Get the
beet it coiti no
more.
JIWILIY 1EPAIMII
^'>
CONGRESS
DANZIG'S
Jewelers
236 HALCYON ARCADE
145! Hull- St.
THE 4TH DISTRICT
IS ENTITLED TO PROPER
REPRESENTATION
VOTE FOR
CLYDE A.
EPPERSON
In Democratic Primary
May 2. 1944
Everyone Must Register by April 15th
in Order to Vote in This
Year's Primaries
Political Ad. raid for by Friends
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FRIDAY, MARCH 31,
NOTES OF Y. M.H.A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
Certificate of Merit
The "Y" was honored by Hon.
James T. Wilson. Dade County
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, last night when he awarded
our institution with a Certificate
of Merit for conducting a Nurs-
ery School sponsored by the Gov-
ernment to aid working mothers.
Our school now cares for main-
infants daily. Similar schools are
conducted throughout the coun-
try, the object of them being to
relieve mothers from household
duties and to make them avail-
able for war work, thereby re-
leasing men for military service.
The Y" is operating this school
without chargerent free and
utilities freeeven though the
Government has provided funds
for this project and is paying
elsewhere. Mr. Wilson stated to
his audience at the Y" that we
wen- (Icing a noble and patriotic
service for our country in oper-
ating this school.
Miniature Seder
The Youth Groups will hold a
miniature Seder next Thursday
evening, April 6th, at the "Y'.
This affair is part <>i the "Y's"
over-all program <>i Jewish con-
tent for the teen-agers. David
Jacobs will perform the sen
and all of the youth groups of the
"Y" will participate
Flash!!!
The "Y" publicity committee
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
' announces the appointment of
Lester l.asky. live-wire attorney
Jand youth group worker, as edi-
tor of the Y. Bulletin. (Best of
luck, Les.) Please call Lcs and
I give him some items of interest
;to the general membership to put
'in the next issue ot the bulletin.
Dues Is Due
Brothers of the lodge, dis is to
remind you dat yo' dues is doo.
I Let's get on the bail, fellows, and
'send a check lo S. B. Miller,
chairman of the Retention com-
mittee.
Servicemen
Our Executive Director, Mau-
rice Grossman, conducted serv-
ices and spoke before the Jewish
Servicemen last Friday night a!
Buckingham Army Air Field. Ft.
Myers, FIi rida, Maurice says
that he wa.- warmly received by
the fellows and enjoyed his visit
there very much.
Don't Forget Federation
The Federation drive dee-
end until Sundaj I '.'t let up
cm your work in the campaign for
a minute. The need is too gnat
and far i importanl i>>r us t"
fail. Work and give to the ut-
most :
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
area are as follows.
B'NAI B'RITH NOTE!
-by-
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Homes and Investments
Properties
Ask for my free 1944 Informative
Map cf Miami Beach
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots. Homes. Hotels
Apartment Houses
M. GILLER
REALTOR
1448 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-5875
National Kosher Market
Wm. Mechlowitz. Prop.
424 Collins Ave. Ph. 58-1456
\v< Handle .> Full Line of
WINES
Domestic and Palestinian
Also All Kinds of
Matzos, Dry Fruits and Dairy
Products and Passover Sugar
FOR PASSOVER
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Beth David: Last of the series
of late Friday evening services at
8.15 will be conducted by the
members of B'nai B'rith. Mr. Ike
Levin will Kuest speaker, aim
will discuss 'A Positive Pro-
gram!" Ernest Sussman, Congre-
gational Recording Secretary, will
-peak Inieflv. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro and Nat. Zalka. Conven-
tional President, will close the
series tor the season Aaron
Steinberg, of Philadelphia, will
be guest Canter. Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Brown will be hosts at a
reception immediately after the
services, in honor <>i their Golden
Wedding Anniversary.
During the services Saturday
morning, Sidney, the sun ol Mr.
and Mrs Sam Dickson, will be-
come Bar-Mitzvah. Junior
at 10.30.
Beth Jacob: Friday evening
services at 7 I'M. Saturday
morning services at 7 and A M
Durum tin' morning services
M I
. er Laws'' At ii I'M.
Saturday aftei noon, Rabl 1 Mes-
CHOMETZ
The religious requisite of
selling "Chometz" prior to the
Passover Holiday may be taken
care of by contacting rabbis of
the religious institutions of this
area.
cheloff, in k< with tin- Or-
thodox CU! '' Ml ol S Ha-
ll, will deliver the traditional
rtation, Sholosh S< udos at 7
I'M Minnyonair sen cei Sunday
morning at '.> o'clock, followed by
munal breakfast and discus-
hour, undi Ihe direction ol
I Martin Genet. Canter Maurici
Mamches 'Aid assist in all serv-
ices.
Schaarei Zedek: Friday even-
ing servici s at 7 P.M. Beginning
this Saturday and continuing
through Faster Holidays, the Ju-
nior and Senior services will be
I combined beginning at 9 A.M.
Guest speaker who will address
the Congregation will be Maurice
Cromer, who will represent the
B'nai B'rith. Children of the
jTalmud Torah will participate in
I the services at C P.M. at which
time Shulchan Oroch will be dis-
cussed, conducted by Rabbi Si-
mon April. This will be followed
by Mincha and Sholos Seudos
services, Special announcement
'to which all parents and children
j in the S.W. section are urged to
attend is the children's Sader
which will be held at the Con-
gregation Sunday afternoon at
3:30 P.M. Parents arc specially
1 invited to attend.
Miami Beach Jewish Center:
Late Friday evening services at
,8:15. Rabbi Irving Lehrman wi
discuss "Where We Dare Not
Fail!" Dunne the services Satur-
day morning. Louis Heiman, rep.
resenting the B'nai B'nth. will be
guest speaker. Hi.- topic for dis-
cussion will be "Modern Sacri-
fices!" The celebration of the
Bar Mitzvah of Maurici. son ol
Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohn. a- we
as the Bar-Mitzvah of Saunders
Newman will take place. Bible
Class under direction ot Morris
Gershon at 4 45. Sholosh Seudos
.at 6:30. Youth Club meeting at
Temple Israel: Regular Friday
evening services at 8:15. Rabbi
Jacob Tarshish will discuss "Is
j Houston. Texas, Doing Wrong?"'
Reception sponsored by the Sis-
terhood will follow services. Sab-
bath morning services at 11 AM '
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation: Services are scheduled
tor Friday at ti:15 P.M. and Sat-^
urday at 8:30 A.M. and 5:15 PM I
Sholos Sudos will he Saturdav at
5:30 P.M. A program of songs
and Zmiros has been arranged
; for the occasion. Daily services'
j at 8:30 A.M. and 6:30 P.M. The
iMishnah group will meet daily at
;6 P.M. and the Shulan Oruch
group at 6:40 P.M.
Beth Sholom Center: Services
are scheduled for Friday evening
u 8;J.5 Guo,st speaker will be
Mr. William Kesselman, Director
of the Hill. I Foundation of B
Brith at the University of Miami. I
who will speak on "B'nai B'rith
m Action." Cantor Abraham
t nedman will chant the musical:
portion of the service and lead in
j the congregational singing. The
I Sisterhood will be host at the
social hour following the service I
Saturday morning services,.,,,,
at 9:30. Cantor Abraham Fried-'
man will officiate. There will he
V>- K'd^ush after the service
Minchah service starts at 7 P.m!
SAY YES TO RElTcROSS.
A letter was just received from
Brother David Wilner urging that
members of Sholom Lodge par-
ticipate in Bnai Brith night in
the various synagogues of this
community on the night of .Fri-
day. March 31st. and on Saturday,
April 1st.
This is the first tune that B
project of this nature has been
instituted by the organization and
we should lend our every effort
to its success. Your spiritual
leaders are becoming more and
more a part of your everyday life
and influence is being exerted
upon ( very venture in which you
may participate. This influence
is either direct or indirect and it s
about time that we attached the
warranted importance to this
phase of life. We are inherently
. ople held together by our
faith and religion. Our families
are the basis ol our existence and
the presi rvation ol the family has
only i" 1 n accomplished by cen-
turies ol spiritual and divine
guidance. Lei's put aside our ma-
ll rial thought's for this one even-
ing and realign ourselves for our
religious future,
Along the same line as above.
Fi leration Drive and the
very incidents emanating from
mpted collection ot char-
le funds, brings to our atten-
tion the inability of certain of
our bro iic rs to look in retrospect.
Do you remember the tune the
Lodgi me tipgs wi re attended by
or 400 I ri thi : at the S ii
tish Rite T< mpleV When thi
Louis Shochi t. Hai ry Simonhoff
Elry Stone, a no a host "i other
Jewish leadi 1 fired bj the
. ins > 'i our 1111 i'li .iiid
the ruthlessness 1 the Nazi gam;
. when all that the A.D.L. had
to do was to mention the need
of funds and everyone clamored
to give unstintingly when the
subversive organizations in this
community wen rooted out by
the combined efforts of the Lodge
and other communal organiza-
tions. ... In short, when we were
faced with a dire necessity of
combating an evil which was om-
nipresent. Most of you can re-
member; but there are some
who refuse to remember
persecutions still continue
. need has not lessened. ThV i
1 change has been the God ,9
sanctity of this country h1
ability to keep theSngS
those events from our shoreT
a consequence, these few "fJ
ters are making more Z%
than ever before; worrying whl
safety vault to keep it in J
crying "sour beer" to their neil
bors. I pray that these few'
never need a helping hand 1
the other hand, maybe [1 ,..ni
be the quickest way for thcml
remember. "
When this column shall hs
been delivered, the formal initl
tion of the Lou Heiman class J
have been completed. Those tf
attend will be initiated into i
ritual of the Lodge and should!
transfixed with the beauty of
concepts. At this initiation 1
an; glad to welcome Brothl
Julius Fisher, its secretary I
advised that Mrs. Julius Fill
will remain in our community 1
several weeks and will reside
the Milburn Hotel at the Beai
It will be our pleasun to hal
her in our midst.
Events to come: The Junil
Bnai Brith orders ol 1 1
girls are planning a minstrel J
travaganza for the opening of tJ
Hlllel House In the Univi
Miami some time 111 May TH
entire production will be writM
and directed and executi 1 by tn
boys and girls then {
this project develops you will
lurther advised.
BEFORE YOU BUY
see
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JUDGE CONGRESSMAN
He has a broad understand
ing of Florida's war and pon]
war problems.
FOR UNITY IN FLORIDA
ft
GOVERNMENT OF.
BY AND FOR THE PEOPl
HE WILL KEEP FRITH WITH VOI
Hear his Radio Speech at 8:15 p. m. Monday. April 3rd
over Stations WRUF WFTL WPDQ WTST WWPG WDLP
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