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The Jewish Floridian ( February 2, 1945 )

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ibJIi^wiisltUEIIiOJpidliiaun WLUME 18-NUMBER 5 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS CHEST WORKERS TO" IS The Community War Chest raioaign is within "striking SSffi" of a tremendous success fcs week, according to James I. Slcr general chairman as he JrS all volunteer workers to stay on the job and complete their assignment. A check of gifts and pledges already received shows the camHJn, 19% ahead of last year. Kid and the same ratio of in" c o means the remaining Sedges will push the campaign to its goal when they are in. "This simply means that our guccess is in sight if the workers; go out and finish the Job. he Lid But we cannot succeed unless all the remaining prospective givers are asked to help. The campaign, which began January 8. has been extended until ihe minimum goal or Rjav 000 is reached The money finances 45 agencies of human service at home and around the world. Continued evidence of increased needs reaches the campaign headquarters, Keller said. The USO, one of the member agencies, is expanding its overseas service as the war continues its furious pace, but the heaviest demands are lor additional services tor the disabled and wounded service men in hospitals in this country. As the casualties of recent battles reach this country. USO plans to serve them with the same facilities it gives men in camps, in combat zones and on furlough. Services to the armed forces is NATIONAL EXPERT TO MAKE RE SEAR CH HERE Michael Freund, nationallyknown authority and research expert on Jewish aged problems, will come here this month to make a survey on the Home for the Aged and its related problems. Freund is research director for the National Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, and has recently completed a survey in Detroit. He was selected by the committee on community needs of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to make the survey here. STATElECRTTARY SIDE STEPS TALK ON PELLOUESTIHN Washington (JTA) — Acting Secretary of State Joseph C. Grew at his press conference this week side-stepped questions on the failure to return Herbert C. Pell to London as U. S. representative to the United Nations War Crime Commission, but said that now appropriations will be sought from Congress and that every effort will be made to carry on the work of the Commission. Asked about Pell's charge that the State Department was dissatisfied with his demand that the Germans be punished for crimes committed against German Jews, the Acting Secretary said: "A considerable amount of speculation has been broadcast and published regarding the Govment's position on this subject. Our position has been repeatedly stated by the President and the Secretary of State. It is unchangmC u ->3-e<* today5 f the CH?^ VKE tust one of the three jobs of the Government to see to it that the S" H. _/ „_ 'T;„ A *• nf Axis leaders and their henchmen E FOR IITRI-FAITH PATTERN OF PEACE Washington (JTA)—Three congressmen of the Jewish, Catholic, and Protestant faiths have introduced a concurrent resolution declaring that it is the desire and | will of the U. S. Congress that a | tri-faith pattern for peace, which, sets forth minimum requirements for a just world order, should be adhered to. Reps. Samuel Weiss of Pennsylvania, Michael A. Feigman of Ohio, and Charles M. LaFollette of Indiana sponsored the measure which provides that: 1. The moral law must govern the world order; 2. The rights of the individual must be assured and that states as well as individuals must repudiate racial, religious or other discrimination: 3. The right of the minority must be secured and national governments must respect and guarantee the rights of ethnic, religious and cultural minorities fb economic livelihood, to equal opportunity for educational and cultural development, and to political equality; 4. International institutions to maintain peace with justice must be organized; 5. International economic cooperation must be developed; and 6. A just social order within each state must be achieved. PARIS IN BROADCAST! SERIES TO PALESTINE Paris (JTA)—The Paris radio has begun a series of five-minute broadcasts for listeners in Palestine. The first broadcast described what liberation has meant to the Jews of France and their eagerness to hear from relatives in Palestine. It also quoted from several Jewish newspapers published here, urging unity of all Jews and warning of the necessity to continue fighting against the heritage of anti-Semitism left by the Germans. War bund agencies. A group of 23 agencies serve in Dade county and 22 serve around the world. LATIN AMERICA ZION MEMBERS TO CONVENE Montevideo (JTA)—The first convention of representatives of Zionist organizations in all LatinAmerican countries will open here on March 10, with more than 200 delegates in attendance, it was announced here. The convention will be addressed by Zionist leaders from Palestine and the United States who are expected to arrive here next month. The convention was called on the initiative of Dr. Claim Weizmann. president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine. The gathering u expected to form a central body to coordinate Zionist efforts throughout Latin America, and to intensify fundraising for the Keren Haesed and the Jewish National Fund. CHILD DEPORTEES ARE NOW SAFE IN ANTWERP Paris (JTA)—The Brussels radio reports that severs! hundred Jewish children deported from France by the Germans are now in Antwerp and Malines. Many of the younger ones do not know their names or the names of their families. The CornAxis leaders and their henchmen who have been guilty of war crimes and atrocities shall be brought to the bar of justice. We, in this Government, know our minds on this subject. We have a definite program. It is a program which, I assure you, is comprehensive and forthright." COMMITTEE SET UP TO AID IN COOP ERATION New York—Steps for the establishment of a committee which would assure consultation and coordination among Jewish representative bodies in various countries were initiated at meetings of representatives of the American Jewish Conference, Board of Deputies of British Jews and the World Jewish Congress held recently in New York, it was announced today by the American Jewish Conference. O'DWYER IS DIRECTOR WAR RE FUGE E BOARD Washington (JTA)—The War Refugee Board announced that Brig Gen. William O'Dwyer has been appointed executive director of the body to succeed John w. Pehle. The announcement said that Mr. Pehle has resigned to resume his post as assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury. Brig. Gen. O'Dwyer recently returned here from Italy where he was a member of the Allied ConF mittec for Protection of Jews in was member oi tne SUM <-" %  Brussels in requesting informstrol Commission with the persontion from persons who may have | ai rank of Minister. He left his t-' ...-._: i .t %  -1. ...... ^ n..r.ini< fit ; -~-. ....,,, i/iriauiK. WIIU uiaj *information about the young deport ees. post as District Attorney of Brooklyn to join the Army. RE AFFIRMS SUPPORT CHICAGO PLANS" NEW FOR COMMONWEALTH BUILDINGS AFTER WAR London (JTA) — Resffirmation of its support of the Biltmore Declaration, which calls for the establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth, and opposition to any partitioning of Palestine were voiced here by the British Zionist federation, meeting in annual conference. Chicago (JTA)-The College of Jewish Studies, which trains teachers for Hebrew and Sunday Schools and for Jewish adult education classes, plans to %  1500,000 building after the war. it was announced here yesterday at the annual meeting of the Board of Jewish Education. Zurich (JTA)—The majority of the 4.000 Jewish slave laborers who the Germans took with them when they retreated from the Bor area of Yugoslavia last October were murdered, it has been established by an investigating commission of the Yugoslav Liberation Government, the Yugoslav radio reports. According to the commission, the Jews were forced to proceed on foot from Bor to the town of Crvenka, in the Voivodina district. During this jouiney many died from hunger and mistreatment. Upon arriving at Crvenka the survivors were crowded into a brick kiln. The next day 1.700 were sent to Baja and that night the kiln was surrounded by soldiers who, with hand grenades and machine guns, massacred all but two of the prisoners. The broadcast said that 1,700 corpses have already been unearthed at the brick kiln. 400 in one huge grave. It adds that further exhumations are to be made along the road leading to Baja "in order to throw new light on the German crimes." INTERNEES OF NAZIS HOLD S. A. PASSPORTS London (JTA)—Several hundred internees from German concentration camps, including Dutch and Hungarian Jews who are holders of Latin American passports, reached Switzerland during the week-end, it is reported here by the Agudas Israel organization. (Estimating that there are still 600.000 Jews left in German-held territories, the World Jewish Congress has telegraphed an apK al to President Roosevelt, ime Minister Churchill. Marshal Josef Stalin and Gen. De Gaulle, asking them to discuss the speedy rescue of Jews from Nazi lands and to use every feasible means to that end, in order to prevent "wholesale murder or the Jewish survivors.) T OF STARS' FOR PHONE FUND TO BE FB. 21ST The largest individual undertaking to raise funds for the Hero's Phone Fund got underway this week at a luncheon at the Roney Plaza Hotel, when plans were formulated for a Night of Stars presentation to be given February 21 at the Beach Theatre. Miami Beach. Initiated as another of its projects in its war service program to which it has been dedicated since Pearl Harbor, the Sholom Lodge B'nai B'rith, in cooperation with its Auxiliary and the National Council of Jewish Women, is sponsoring the evening's entertainment to add an estimated $25,000 to the phone fund. Started by the Miami Daily News and station WIOD. the phone fund is the first contact convalescent servicemen have with members of their immediate family upon their arrival in the United States. Operational expenses for the entire affair will be born by the Army-Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. making it possible for every cent of funds to be received through the sale of tickets to be given to the phone fund. Outstanding celebrities and motion picture stars have already evidenced their willingness to guilty of discriminating in em-. participate. Including Lee Shuployment against any person for ] bert. New York producer; Wil1 "race, color, creed or national j jj am Brandt, Brandt movie chain; origin" may be sentenced to a Movie Star Edward G. Robinson, year in jail, or fined $500, or both. I Goodman and Jane Ace, of "Easy Five members would be appointj Aces," Columnist Louis Sobel ed to the proposed permanent. an d a noa t of others, commission at salaries of $10,000 • Originally conceived by Sgt a year. They would be required Morry Efron of the army, who to devote their time exclusively is stationed at Miami Beach, as to their commission work. In addition to sitting as commissioners passing upon the merit of complaints of discrimination in employment, the commission members would be authorized to promote local or state-wide campaigns of education on the evils of all discrimination, and to organize local or state-wide advisory agencies of volunteer citizens dedicated to fight all discrimination. I. I STATE PUSS Li RACE PREJUDICE Albany, N. Y. (JTA)—Legislation which would make New York State the first in the nation to establish a legally-constituted anti-discrimination commission with powers to enforce its directives was urged in a report submitted by the Temporary State Commission Against Discrimination. It is expected that such legislation will be introduced in the Assembly and Senate this week. Under the plan, on which the temporary commission worked for seven months, an employer or labor union or any one else found a GI show for the fund which (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) U. P. A. WILL REQUIRE $35,300,000 THIS YEAR New York (JTA)—The United Palestine Appeal and its agencies, the Palestine Foundation Fund and the Jewish National Fund, will require 35,300,000 in 1945. it was stated at the annual V.P.A. conference. During the past year these agencies expended a total of $25,800,000. Of this sum $10,800.000 was spent by the Jewish National Fund and $14,900,000 was spent by the Jewish Agency and the Palestine Foundation Fund. The expansion of every aspect of the program of upbuilding to meet the need for rescue, immigration and resettlement makes it imperative that greater financial resources be mobilized, it was pointed out In the current year the Jewish Agency and Palestine Foundation Fund will require $17,700,000; the Jewish National Fund $16,600,000. ASK BULGAR TO STOP ACTION AGAINST JEWS New York (JTA)—Declaring that Bulgaria has had ample time in the two and a half months since signing an armistice with the United Nations to take steps to halt discrimination against Jews, the American Jewish Committee this week appealed to the Governments of the United States, Great Britain and Russia "to do everything in their power towards removing discriminations still in force against the Jews and restoring to them their rights and possessions.'* DEMAND DEATH FOR PRO-NAZI BULGARIANS Sofia (JTA)—The Bulgarian Peoples Court trying members of the former pro-Nazi governments were urged this week to impose the death sentence on ex-Premier Bogdan Filov, and members of his cabinet for their persecution and murder of thousands of Jews. Demanding the death penalty. Chief Prosecutor Petrov reviewed the testimony by many witnesses concerning the infamous treatment of Jews, and the confiscation of Jewish property and the deportation of Jews from Macedonia and Thrace and declared: "It is unfortunate that I cannot bring into court any witnesses among the deportees, because they have all been burnt alive." POST-WAR PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN BY A. I. C, The peace and postwar program of the American Jewish Committee will be announced on Sunday. February 4, at the meeting of the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Committee, to be held at the Hotel Waldorf-Astoria in place of the Committee's thirty-eighth annual meeting. WARSAW MAYOR HOST TO POLISH DELEGATES Lublin (JTA)—The newly appointed mayor of Warsaw has received a delegation of the Central Committee of Polish Jews to which he expressed hb approval of the committee's efforts to assist the few Jews surviving Taitdao qsrroj pajauvqs air m it was reported here. Temporary field kitchens have already been set up to supply hot food to the near-starved Jews, the report said. I The Community needs your support War Chest



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PAGE TWO +j*i**rkxA*w FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2. The mama£e of Rose Gelzcan. dnuf.r.iei o: Mr. anc Mrs. Eii Gfciman. oi Si. Pf.c.%: _rg, F.a... to Pirt brad Schweitzer took place January i* *•• Congrepauor. I oai Israel as St Petersburi An eptior. ana d-r-r.er ;:-:'*t: *-.e wnriw Matron at honor was Mrs. Lilbar. Si*rer ar,: Mr Adlei Lake-wood and :•_.:: :r.. acted t.= best mar. Out-of-town guesbj in.-.-:.: Simpkins. of Camden, N .'. and Mn Lera GAsbury Park • --..-: :>:-. in the Nor; .• %  • .•_.-••. d*3 tt Mian Bet • %  •" I E • %  • -.. • • : Mi ai d Mn ..... ) : .. s-gned to a i B'nai B'nt %  :• %  rsoni Beach, tc S : %  E .' %  %  • A rec %  %  : %  %  :•" v forme: T2 e erocn .. prt; uaU Hien ScJ Tl t coupk an maku c then I • ..-. Mr Dian: ad %  ther, Mrs. Bess;e Diamond, it The Brism of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Granitttein. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Baer. and I vl. and Mrs. Wufred Kabkin took this week, with Kabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. of Mr. BIRTHS Lt ar.d Mrs. S. H. Evans, the ::.-::1 ian Peretzman, of Miami Beach, announce the birth of a Thomas, on January -j at the Biltmoic Hospital, will take place Sunday, February 4 at 92<15ih St.. Miami Lt Evans is stationed at .. City. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Barg, Tri •Dr., Miami Beach, %  birth ol a daughter PERSONALS Richard Pollack, son %  and Mrs. Leon Pollack. 2508 & W. 10th St., Kraduated Jtt-cture a University ol Fl rida He I holder ol a trade wi • %  • %  '" drafting from rech %  • Jack Rothberi! and I Dora Lee, u %  K weeks here nl %  ".'" Rothbi n I yle Xi > %  Sill I. l'. Marshall \ I), and Wn tax %  < s \\ Jai k on VI an upi ion %  v nstein is in N w York t for 'suff" rod Now well on the Mi return to the city -. M. S Rul.-.. 2420 Flamin; 1 :,:.: • Beach, has as her :• Springfield, Mass., • ther-in-law, Mr. Mn Harry A. Goodman. .. ... remain about a month. Mr. and Mn II man, 1713 Uws. Avi lii-ach, tv!oli V, Ihl' |MII> Wi Wl I! Lll| i lion inn.i Uc-rsl uiull I %  Paul ai orman wife ol C lu n Hi ward D. Li en I d in Ihc Marianna Islam CLOTHES DRYER 85.95 Now your washing car hare the freshness c: clothe* dried out is the air with this reo:^as dryer about '.2'. feel of line rtcwooc pole. Comes complete with ground box. Works just |Jte an umbrella! CLOTH EB 1 SKET ... %  trust • • .. %  •.•a $'.*s PI BTD LAI I I .A V. .%  • • .li 55 f -,-^-%  : : %  • f for ihi %  i -• l %  • • %  and • U $-. rsoNma -. r w • • % % %  %  tips' Bat upfcitH-i ti; s i* (••TftlM I T "-. •• M? maJu I r,...• I v • • • I ""'* f • I. • 1 1 • • •• brwnuClear VL— ri • : I • • i. uae' |ij| VOJ V -RE : %  pre r-.r-y. rLOOR B! Jit guests of Mrs. Fanny Waiiach of 330 W. 47th St.. Miazni Beach, £^re her niece. Miss Eleaarr Dubin, and Miss Evelyn Freeman, c.nd Miss Florence Sa: trier all cf Philadelphia. Mr i.T.z Mrs Samuel AronF-.r.r. 1307 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach have ii ::.ts house guests Aronstein's sisters, Mrs. J. man :'. Chicago, and Mrs. Albert Wolfe of New York. Mi i.T.i Mrs. Herbert Shapiro of Spartanburg, S. C. and their son Stephen are visiting Dr Abraham Wolfson. far : Mn Shapiro, at Miami Beach Mn Shapiro attended the Miami Beach High School. Adelpbj and graduated from Columbia University, School of Hygiene. Mr. Shapiro is a aate cf the University of .-. Carolina and is in business with his father, in Spartanburg, S. C. Herbert Shapiro is e inducted into the Army, next month. Mrs. Shapiro and her tl 1 little children will make then home in Miami Beach for the duration. STUDY ART LAndBca;,*. portrait, fanhlon llluitr&tlnf water color ekttchlns from teen utt and children classes. Terry School of Fine Art ::00 W. Flajtler St. Phone 2-7139 A Gjod Faculty Makes a Good School Mrs. Ben L. Singer, i f Pa N. J.. is spending a month here at the home of her brothcr.in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Loon Kaplan, 2180 s. W. 9th St. WORLD KNOWN ARTIST NEXT INJT" SERIES Molly Picon, world renowned artist, will be the next feature in the Inter "Y" Cultural Series. Miss Picon will appear under the joint auspices of the Town and Beach "Ys" at the Miami Beach Senior High School, Sunday evening, February 11. Molly Picon sings, portrays and impersonates various characters in her own unique manner and brings joy to her vast audiences. Laughter, she describes, as the spark which ignites both performer and audience; the common bond of theatregoers the world over She learned Yiddish in Warsaw in order to play in New York; in New York .she acquired French to play in Paris. Tickets are available at the respective "Y" offices and are $1.00 for members and 51.50 for nonmembers. LAUDERDALE SERVICES Continuing his series of talks on the subject. "Ask the Rabbi," Rabbi Samuel H Baron, of Temple Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdale, will speak at regular Friday evening services. GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given J. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-6105 WANTED! White nursemaid for year old child. No housework or cookinq. Good salavy. Live on or off. Phone 58-1871. 1455 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, Apt. 5. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance <20 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? Optometrist-Optician DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Phone 5-2343 '389 N. W. 7th St. Best care for chr Ph. 8-730' ronlc sick, conva SANEL BEEfl. Vo, Dlre'ctor Reasonable Prices mm^ % %  _BMutlf n".^^^ DR. LOUIS MILLER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Now Returned From Military Service Announce! the Reopening of Hi Office at 206 Chandler Building 145$ Washington Are. Phon# 5 4103 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATE.S WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES PO. P., 1922. M.ami 11. FlorH. Phone 9-2J03 SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Tamh \ Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chcsed Shel Ernes For Further Inionnotion Phone 9-2664, 4-5922 or 9-1434 Yeur Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ae. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Mania Broth^s New Ap Parcl anAccessory Store 70 E. Flagl,, St.. Miami HOLLYWOOD NOTES saws area :;,,n:v B> > Bank. Thememp llrtlc jpotinjf were Mrs. J>yl, rWke, prewden of the orZuation. Mr Selma Harris. I Mrs Mi.HuSimons and Mrs. n Kuppei tern. They wew Hiinrd bj Havman Te Irnan. Herman Goldsmith and two tourist .,. m bei II %  contemn tint another trip will be TOMOM in thi m ar future. On Sunday aft" rnoi n F I ruary •I (hi i v "' x '\ ,. n Center will | ... Lawn y a t thi Mr. and %  %  t-come ace, ... it thi %  %  %  mdui mi: Ihi J I lolly wi od, ai thi m in tin M n An ide, H but in -a m all %  activitii Keep on buylntl War Bonds BLOOD BANK] "H* MisMii BMch receim*^ station of the Dede^* Tta Blood Bak. loaueT,tfe Brothers. Miwni Be*ch. ^2 open Tuesday morninq £ ruary and Thurviay miJ;!! Febru-xr •. it wa, eSS by Rudy R. Adler. ASSS the Bui B'rith Blood J 'S r %  > >v SCUTS pices the recemng ihUhtTJ operating. Members of the com munity are topged to becom. blood donors and be DM* !" UMM two occasionT PW,Bt Hair Tintinf-Cold WavesFacials All done under careful — ncilsji. el MISS ULA HARTLEY and MISS MARCELLE DE HARVE LaPrance School OF BEAUTY CULTURE • •• rides .%  •-.• EteeaMaeMa Prteea ... 1 %  • GIVE BLOOD NOW! You owe this duty to your conscience—and to your country See RUDY ADLEB Tuesday. Feb. 6th Thursday. Feb. 8th At Morris Bros. Washington Ave. at 13th St. Beach Branch Block Bank NEW METHODS IN TREATMENT OF ASTHMA SINUS BRONCHITIS CATARRH DR. H. HAAG 7.1177 181 N. E. 8CTM TER. MIAMI DANCING EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT To Old and New Melodies At WALTZTIME CLUB 150 N. E. 3RD ST. Republican Headquarters Where Old and New Friends Meet ADMISSION 50c *v^< MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director 01ympia Building Phon 3-3720 H.I.I, prate coin • .1,-11.' Ml I. ROSENGARTEN *** FUR STORE 118 South Miami Avenu I lffime..? aW 1^ **•'• %  • mu taka essre of to coatf. MMd9^!S fl*!H • %  **>ditionin0 far coat serrice .. • s3 !" *S£ "modelling. gUiing and nnoU>proofing aad I. Rosengarten Fur Store haa a firv. s^iau-ttnm ** ftm mink. OUIIM!.. i SP 1 oth,r Full length coats aa weU as threeoYaable. 2., h and J^tAlaTVouTTftodI complete IIcold ,t. r. n ,." nd mink •**•. 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PJUPAY, FmRUAHY^L +Jewlstrhrkttar) PAGE THREE B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By DAVID R. ISEN %  hmrvoM we have spoken to E c ^hat the Installation Ban"^3 one of the smoothest qUt 'nin,.andI most delightfu afES? they have attended ma W gZ Hats off to the chairof the banquet committee. Silver—who devoted the lon rfthe banquet committee, ma" 0 |uver-*rho devoted the ^tpartofaweekof^i^valuMax go time so that you would have ••nrrfect" evening. Led by Sgt. BurS Roth, there wasn't a dull momont from start to finish. It waTa Brand start for a new year of greater service to our community. Here is wishing President Harold Turk and Women's AuxilJrf President Dorothy BorenItein success with the "all out efforts for increased war services they are now planning. There was a recent article in Coronet magazine entitled "Hello Mom. I'm Home." telling of the thrills of the returning soldiers first telephone call to his loved ones Well, we here in Miami and Miami Beach are going to do our part in seeing that an increased number of the hospitalized returnees in our town get a chance to say "Hello Mom, I'm home." To accomplish this, the next affair sponsored by B'nai B'rith. the Women's Auxiliary and the National Council of Jewish Women, will be the "Nite of Stars" being arranged by co-chairman Lee Schubert (The Lee Schubert) and William Brandt with our own Dave Phillips as executive chairman. The "Nite of Stars" will be a gala show put on by the outstanding talent of all theatrical world who will be vacationing here at that time. The show will take place at the Beach Theatre on Lincoln Rd. midnight. Wednesday. Feb. 21. All proceeds will be put into the Heroes' Phone Fund The theatre, the orchestra. and the stage hands' services are all being donated by Paramount Enterprises—so that all the I money collected goes into the fund. Herbert Schcr. chairman of the sub-committee for tickets, and Rudv Adler, sub-chairman of the entertainment committee, George J. Tahnnoff and Gus Jacobson and manv others are giving their time to make the affair a huge success. Credit for this splendid idea Wes_to Sergeant Morrie Efron. formerly connected with the Schuberts and now stationed here and the Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. We know that the theav-is not large enough to accommodate everyone who will wish to attend —so order your tickets now by calling the B'nai B'rith office 3-6306. Things we like to hear: President Harold Turk tells us he gave a "lift" to two servicemen the other day and in the course of conversation mentioned that he was connected with B'nai B'rith. He was delighted to hear one of the men, a non-Jew, say "I've been stationed all over the country, and every place I have been I find that the B'nai B'rith organization is doing a grand job for the boys." Yes—we are getting results. Personals: Thanks to Mrs. Jennie Gordon and Mrs. Jeanette Silvcrman for handling the tickets so expertly at the door Sunday night Don't forget the next meeting for both men and women to be held at Beth David Svnapoeue Feb. 13. This is one excellent opportunity for the men to bring their wives and show them what they can expect when they become members of the Women's Auxiliary. CULBERTSON TO TALK ELKS AFFAIR NETS $4000 ON POST WAR PLANS FOR MARCH OF DIMES Tickets to the February 6 lecture of Ely Culbcrtson, international bridge expert and author of a widely-discussed world peace formula are now on sale in Miami and Miami Beach. Culbertson will lecture at the Miami Senior High school audi$4,000 was raised toward the President's March of Dimes fund Wednesday night at an affair given by the Miami Beach Elks Club. Lee Mason, local radio personality, acted as master of ceremonies, and stars of stage and screen participated. Max M. Singer, chairman of the event, expressed his appreciation of the work contributed by co-chairman D. Lee Powell, his committee, and the ladies of the Anna Miller Circle in making the evening a success. HEIMAN SPENDS WEEK END IN DISTRICT MEET ELY CULBERTSON United States War Bonds are still the best investment. DONATE TO THE Blood Bank The Need Is Great Absolutely Painless See RUDY ADLER Tuesday. Feb. 6th Thursday. Feb. 8th At Morris Bros. Washington Ave. at 13th St. Beach Branch Blook Bank torium at 8 p. m., on the subject: "A Plan for World Settlement." He will sketch the federation plan set forth in his recent book. •Total Peace," with emphasis on a world police force selected on the "quota force" principle. The lecture is under the sponsorship of the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women. Proceeds will be devoted to the council's non-sectarian relief and Americanization work among new citizens and prospective citizens. Louis Heiman, third vice president of the Fifth District B'nai B'rith, spent last weekend in | Augusta, Ga. He attended execu-' tive sessions of the Fifth District general committee, as well as the [ Hillel Council, of which he is %  local chairman. Rabbi Judah P. Cahn, assistant national Hillel chairman, was present for the sessions, and addressed the public iniation of the Augusta lodge Sunday evening. It was announced that the national membership enrollment of the B'nai B'rith order was 131.919, and that the Ladies' Auxiliary had reached 48,943 at the end of 1944. District membership at the end of last year showed 9.755 an increase of 635 over the previous year. .•Hi. %  Sift TuGUST BROS Ry E IS theDtSI %  -""-^. I,.....; .U ... ..... I.LIU %  :i.r .:.:.! ( !'IH' -iEdward T. Newman ANNOUNCES HIS ASSOCIATION WITH THE KING FUNERAL HOME 206 S. W. 8TH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA The only Jewish person licensed by the State Board of Funeral Directors 8c Embalmers for Florida HOMEIER TAKES LEAD IN THEATER PICTURES "Tomorrow — The World!" A movie filled with suspense, drama, pathos and one which Drew Pearson has said "is the hit picture of 1945" will open Tuesday, February 8 for a week's run at the Capitol, Lincoln and Miami Theaters. Skippy Homeier takes the lead and portrays the malicious problem child indoctrinated with Nazism brought to this country to make his home with a typical American family. The story deals with the attempts to wean from this youth the hateful Nazi philosophy with which he has become imbued. Highly recommended by all who have previewed the picture, "Tomorrow—The World!" will make film history and will set the style for the educational program to be used in the post-war world, reviewers stated. Buy War Bonos and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. Nemo Hotel AMERICAN PLAN KOSHER CUISINE 111 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-3491 ONE BLOCK TO OCEAN a.t^j.jaum miMMi—iiHiiiii.iiiniiiumi:::...... Mdtunwniiitfn.u".^!!!*. THE INIMITABLE MOLLY PICON IN A PROGRAM OF SONGS AND CHARACTER IMPERSONATIONS Sunday Evening, Feb. 11th at 8:30 MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ADMISSION $1.00 AND $1.50 INCLUDING TAX Auspices of Miami and Miami Beach YB 2S e ?, available in Miami: Miami Y. Max's Delicatessen, fhilpitt • Music Shop. Miami Beach: Beach Y. Three Sisters, Washington Drug CoMoguls and Beach Toggery. Upton House Cooler Corp. COOLING AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS FOR HOMES AND COMMERCIAL USES Expert Engineering Service Without Obligation Ask Our Many Friends Who Hare One 2 8. 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Roscnstein, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, has announced a city-wide mass meeting for residents and tourists to be held February 13 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. A prominent speaker has been selected for the occasion and local members of the organization will relate the activities and progress of the Home. DELICIOUS SALAMI WDNBH CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are in Need ol Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. PALLAS^ATHENA 224 W. Flagler St. Open Daily From 12 Noon Until 10 P. M. THE MOST UNIQUE RESTAURANT Df COSMOPOLITAN MIAMI Exclusively Grecian Cuisine for Discriminating Epicureans ANNOUNCEMENT SAM'S TAXICAB and BAGGAGE SERVICE NOW MAINTAINS A PICK-UP STATION IN MIAMI FOR PASSENGERS COMING TO CORAL GABLES THIS STATION IS LOCATED OPPOSITE THE ROYAL THEATER ON S. E. 1st STREET. BETWEEN BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AND S. E. 3rd AVENUE.



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PAGE POUR +Jewish ncridiarL FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1945 TheJ ewis Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla P. O. Box 2973 phone 2 1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREFRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1945 SHEBAT 19, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 5 Mctey Confidential SERVICE Receiving the plaudits of one and all is the energy expended by the B'nai B'rith Blood Bank Committee. Endless hours have been spent in awakening members of the community to this all-important cause. Apathy showed by Dade Countians has been shoved aside by the salesmanship and aggressiveness of this committee. Not waiting for blood donors to come to the Bank, this group goes out af;er them, arranges for their contribution, and follows up to see they are on the job as promised. Outstanding in this endeavor is Rudy R. Adler. Never content to sit idle with so much in civic life to be accomplished, Rudy has consistently achieved results thought to be out of reach. Largely through his efforts, and that of his committee, after a year of perseverance, a receiving station of the Dade County Blood Bank was established on Miami Beach at Morris Brothers. More than 200 donors have made their blood contributions in the four times the Beach receiving station has been open since its inception. With this leadership, the B'nai B'rith Committee has exceeded all records for organizations and individuals, both in number and in amount of blood. It is a record to be proud of. The results are appreciated that much more when we know that the Bank supplies blood to military hospitals for the use of wounded returnees. They have given so much, and we are asked to do so little! Become a blood donor—now! LET THERE BE LIGHT The action of the State Department in easing out Herbert C. Pell from his place on the War Crimes Commission will not add to its stature. Coming so soon after the similar vacation from his post of Lord Cecil Hurst in England, questions are bound to be raised whether the appeasement influences do not yet hover too much in some of the prominent circles. The State Department declares that Mr. Pell will not return to London to serve on the War Crimes commission because of a lack of money. Mr. Pell himself says this statement of the State Department is "damned nonsense," that he is willing and has offered to serve without pay. Very plainly the State Department is not anxious to have the German war criminals tried for crimes committed against German Jews. The question of the trial of these Nazi mass murders is not one of vengeance, although, if ever revenge was justified, it is in their case. But the need for their trial goes beyond this. Fundamentally their trial is demanded that the whole story of the terrible atrocities may be made plain to the whole world. The deeds of the Nazi beasts must be brought to light and those agencies which are trying to prevent the trials of the Nazis are doing no less than seeking to prevent the full exposure of the Nazi crimes. Now and then, we hear complaints that our soldiers have no adequate comprehension of what they are fighting about. How can our soldiers know what they are fighting for, if the Nazi deeds are not brought to light? FRIENDS OF TELSHE YESHIVA SPONSOR A Testimonial Dinner HONORING Rabbi Philip Pincus EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR RABBINICAL COLLEGE OF TELSHE TUESDAY, FEB. 6th, 6:30 O'CLOCK LONDON ARMS HOTEL 707 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH INTERESTING SPEAKERS — MUSICAL PROGRAM Public Welcome — For Reservations Call A. SACHS, PHONE 3-0952 — 2-6911 OR LONDON ARMS HOTEL. 5-1264 TO 8E FEB. 21ST (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) defrays expenses of calls home bv convalescing soldiers the idea crew in concept until the NmlH of Stars" idea was launched. At the luncheon wile Shubert. Brandt, Hoke Welch, managing editor of The News: James Le Gate, peneral manager ol \\IOlJ. Capt. Luther Kohr, public tions officer of the AAF rfBional and Ci nvalcscent hospitals. Miami district; Sgt. Efron, B .--on, Herbert Scher, Dave I lips, hum Phillips, Gus JacobRudv Adler. Jo Ru • and George Talianoff. Plans call for the i m< nl of ii' kel i i each hotels ai i y locations in Miami. Whili I < : < %  : will be marked at a nominal rate ol $1 to $4 plus tax, many times tin ir fact value for tegic locations in the 1,614-seat theater. Locations at which tickets may be purchased will be announced later. PROF. EDWARD CLARKE TO BE SPINOZA GUEST Prof. Edward Clarke, of the University of Miami will review Catherine Drinker Bowen's book: "Friends and Fiddlers," at the Spinoza Forum, this Saturday afternoon, 3 p. m., under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th St., between Collins Ave. and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. During the months of February and March the Spinoza Forum will also have lectures, every Tuesday evening, at 8 p. m. The lectures will be given by Dr. Morris Schnccr of New York and Prof. Benjamin H. Breakstone of the Chicago Medical School. The topic of the first lecture bv Prof. Breakstone is "What Surgery Has Done For Mankind?" Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. Home Cooked Kosher Meals K O P a fc L S 29 N. E. 11th Street, Miami Reasonable Rates for Room and Board. Special attention to private parties. Your Blood Deposit... Like Money in the Bank— Draw on it in case ol need GIVE NOW—SEE RUDY ADLER Tuesday. Feb. 6th Thursday. Feb. 8th At Morris Bros. Washington Ave. at 13th St. Beach Branch Block Bank f \ Phone 5-5276 BUG BUSTERS, Inc. 121 FIFTH STREET • MIAMI BEACH If you want Bugs, that's your business If ycu don't, that's ours RUMIOATION FUMIGATION TERMITE CONTROL RODENT CONTROL ,. M .. TH ''ROOFINO MILDEW PROOFING By PHINEAS I. BIRONEDITORIALETTE ... Statistics proving that anti-Semitic charge* are lies cut from the whole cloth proved of no arail against the Hitlerit. propaganda in Germany ... Yet Justice Frank Murphy, chair, man of the National Committee against the Persecution of Jews in a recent article calls lor the circulation of "sober hate! quenching facts in every American home, farm, factory, union shop and school, in the press and on the air" ... But defensive arguments merely produce argumentation What is needed is an offensive against the anti-Semitic underminers of democracy YOU SHOULD KNOW One of America's best-known labor leaders will soon be proceeding to England to commit British labor to an aggressive policy against the growth of anti-Semitism A court martial of a naval medical officer will make the headlines in the near future ... It will open up a number of suppressed cases of antiSemitism in naval and civilian medical circles Charles Van Devander and William O. Player, Jr., whose "Washington Memo'' is read in many cities;, report that inside the lobby of the Claypool Hotel, the hostelry that houses the committee headquarters of the Indiana Republican Party, a liquor store flaunts the following red, white and blue sign: "This establishment is 100 per cent American—Buy American—Talk American i —Act American" ZIONIST NEWS Sir Clifford Heathcote-Smith, touring Jewish refugee camps in Italy, promises these homeless people refuge in practically any country—except Palestine Viccount Gort and Sir Edward Gngg, two gentlemen who advocate the maintenance of the White Paper, recently lunched with Dr. Weizmann in his Rehovoth home Did they discuss the limitation of Jewish \ immigration into Palestine to 1500 a month? This limitation means that the White Paper, far from being suspended for the duration, is very much in force Rabbi A. Lelyvelt and the Rev. Richard Evans are touring California as an interfaith pro-Zionist speaking team Rabbi Abba H. Silver's supporters in New York have been trying in vedn to open an office for Zionist action There's absolutely no office space to be gotten THIS AND THAT Some years before the wax Paul Claudel was the French Ambassador to Washington One of France's most distinguished Catholic laymen, he wrote vigorous essays against anti-Semitism But during the Nazi occupation of Paris his play "Soulier de Satin" (The Satin Slipper)) was the rage of the theatrical season, with Gestapo dignitaries filling the loges nightly How come? Orson Welles, in his brand-new syndicated column "Orson Welles' Almanac," tells us that it was Cecil B. DeMille, the Hollywood director, who invented the Fascist salute ... In his silent film "The Eternal City" he introduced that stiff-armed gesture to Caesar The House Mission Council of North America reports, in its monthly, Christian Approach, that there are 1C0.0OO Jews who have entered the Christian church ... It is almost impossible for any foster parents, no matter how desirable, to adopt a Jewish child these days ... It seems that scores of wealthy childless couples are awaiting their turn for such a chance WE'RE TELLING YOU Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise have both been instructed by their physicians to take it easy—but they're burning the midnight oil, refusing to relinquish any of their multiple communal activities Chicago's Rabbi Solomon Goldman, who has been a sick man for many months, is now fully recovered and busy writing a major work on religion Four young ruobis are helping him with his research work Watch out or a novel short film called "New Americans" Among its eatured actors is none other than Professor Albert Einstein .. Judge Jonah J. Goldstein, who presides over a special court dealing with juvenile offenders, had a distinguished visitor in nis court the other day She was Mrs. F. D.—and after hihl in aCli n she P raised W" methods very ABOUT PEOPLE rvi ^u e J Ams,erdQ m. whose brainchild. "Rum and Cocahi L-,f f l become ,he Y ear 8 most popular song, says surprised that the tune is a hit—since it is a isnt at all 1-710$. W.UtkAV.MIAMH Lra. J.J4J/J "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Max Reingenius of the EuroWE OfTICIAlii REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN **ISH FUNERAL HOMES /n/o"Twl,on Clodl, fu/„„W „ ffqMil SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI fxc/usive/y7evv/s/i R n SmT' atl0 T? f an old Iewish melody • • Sean ££?* SW' widow of la1 bte Hnii eatre '7 l11 6, cured in a superfeature by one of the me nrpir P roducers • • • ProgresT report: Monica Lewis, aeES T Ung suiger to whon we directed your attention We .X ,K YearS go ta now marbling for Chesterfield !" Jr*. oc 5 aElon l <> remind vou that she is the daughter of nowT'^ B ,oom ol S^^.TKiWJSK He ta T a r 'f, pages wil1 hea dline the name of Alan Fischl City N Y l 2" y0ar o,d son Dr. A. A. Fischl of Long Island pect tohnvf,6Xpe ,s cons ider him the greatest tennis pros1__ COme alona sin <:e William Tilden. H M'AMI SECTION NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN Presents FLY CULBERTSON On THE PLAN FOR WORLD SETTLEMENT*' Mturt O.reunion M r e 8rV 6 8:0 P M Admi^ion, S1J0. IncL T* ^ck tTIr r Hiffh Sch001 245 s w F lr,t st *ah-io?"" 0f *, l S?V?'< Corore., Bide.; Csrd^lla't Book Ml*mi Be „hr 7n ," S : Bur <"" H.rtl.y'.. Sk-. F ifth 2*1f 7 L,nco "' "oad: F*rr. 1246 W.h. Av.1 "" AVP Lincoln Ro.d. or Phon. ft-Otl*



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rnpiv. FgWAOT* 1945 +Jenist> rhrkUan PAGE FIVE SS^WMAN TALKS ^B JEWISH CENTER l"*' Tiii hp civen by the prorru" d f'PaesUnan Artist. BiM nent ^ al l the Miami Beach Newm h 8 ( entcr. 1415 Euclid Ave.. l v February 5. d The lecture will review-the ik nf Art Theater, and Arch£tt ^Palestine doriM the E l twenty-f.ve years New JS8 ^ve'abo ^thirty of his J %  ELIAS NEWMAN water colors on exhibit. These were painted in Palestine and in the United States. Newman has lived in Palestine for many years, and is known as •One of the most sensitive painters of Palestinian scenes." He was art director of the Palestine Pavilion at the New York World's Fair, and is the author of "Art in Palestine." His works have been on exhibit in many cities of the United States, Europe and Palestine, and his paintings have been acquired by museums of Baltimore, San Francisco and Denver, and his work is represented in manv private collections in the United States, Palestine and Eu| rope. Sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, the lecture and exhibit will be free and open to the public. DEBBiTlN MEETING ON TUESDAY, S. W. 3RD ST. Debbs B'Nai B'Rith Young Women, will hold their regular meeting Tuesday i venine at their new meeting place, Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah. 1545 S. W. 3rd St. IS^KL y?i, BEGIN F OSTER HOME IS BEING AT BEACH YON FEB. 4 SOUGHT FOR BOY OF 9 According to Jack P. Marash. executive director of the YM & WHA of Miami Beach, this year's Greater Miami Open Table Tennis Tournament will far surpass last year's event. Entries for the tournament are coming in rapidly and it is indicated that more than fifty players will participate in the competition. The tournament will be held Sunday, February 4, at the "Y" building, 1 Lincoln Road. Two events will be contested—men's %  rie'ps and women's singles. Winners in the men's division will receive a gold medal and gain a leg on the Zukernick cup. in the women's division, in addiion to a gold medal, the winner will receive the Adler trophy. Last year's champions were Allan Kaycs and Sally Mantell, respectively. It is expected that Miss Mantell will defend her championship and attempt to gain a second leg! >n the trophy. In order to gain permanent possession, the championship must be won three times. Tne tournament has been sanctioned by the U. S. Table Tennis Association, which means that competitors will be eligible for national and state ranking. Entrants may become members when they file their entry blanks. The entry fee for the tournament is 50c for civilians and is waived for service folk. EDWARD T. NEWMAN IS NOW WITH KING'S Edward T. Newman this week announced his association with the King Funeral Home serving Greater Miami. Newman, the son of Mrs. Freda Newman, has been a resident of Miami Beach for a number of years, his family being active in local communal life. The King Funeral Home, located at 206 S. W. 8th St.. is one of the oldest undertaking establishments in the city. HADASSAH WILL GIVE LUNCHEON ON FEB. 12 The annual Youth Aliyah donor luncheon will be given by the Miami Chapter of Hadassah Monday Feb. 12, 12:30 p. m. at Ciro's, 1827 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, chairman of the affair urges early reservations as space is limited, to be obtained by calling Mrs. Samuel Sapiro 5-5256, Mrs. Harry Platoff 5-0163, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet 6-2012. A CHASE FEDERAL HOME LOAN Offers You • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments • No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) • No Charge for Prepayment IT WILL PAY YOa TO INVESTIGATE A foster home is being sought by the Children's Service Bureau for a nine year old boy whose mother must work and is unable to provide a home for him. The boy has had many changes in places of living and in schools and shows the effect of this. The Children's Service Bureau feels he needs the continued affectionate of a family to help him be happy and grow into an adjusted and useful adult. The boy is attractive, intelligent, responsive and has many interests. Yet he has difficulties in getting along with himself and with others. Probably a sympathetic, companionable foster father would mean a lot to this boy who has never enjoyed the normal affection and give and' take of family life. The Children's Service Bureau cares for children who are denied a homclife with their own families because of the death, ill: ness or separation of their par; ents. Such children must relv on "sul stitute" homes to provide for them the understanding and afj fection which make up family I life. The Bureau must relv en the response of Dade County families to give these children their chance for security and happiness. The chief requirements for a foster home are that everyone in the family want the child and that an effort will be made to understand the personality of the child and his interests, his ambitions, his problems, his fears. The Children's Service Bureau will furnish further details of what its like to be foster parents and will tell you all it knows about the child. In turn it will ask to become acquainted with the foster family fee'ing that by knowledge on both sides the most successful placement possible can be made. The Bureau will continue to help the foster parents, the child and the child's parent after the placement is made in an effort to help the process of adjustment. The Bureau, a Community War Chest Agency, pays a definite monthly amount for the child and covers the exoenscs of clothing, medical and dental care. The Bureau pleads for the response of a family who. though realizing there is work and worry in caring for an alert and difficult nine year old, will see through to the joy and satisfaction in giving him the experience of wholesome, affectionate, understanding family life. For more information call Miss Ruth Butcher. Director. Children's Service Bureau. 1?7 N. W. Second St. Telephone 2-3166. B.Z.B. HELD MEETING AT MISS AUGUST'S HOME B.Z.B., B'Nai B'Rrith Girls, held their combined meeting and pot-luck supper Wednesday evening at the home of their president, Miss Beverly August. 447 S. W. 28th Rd. Misses Carol Aronovitz. Bernice Kostoff and Barbara Weiner were presented as new members. BALLANTINE'S ALE C America's Figtst Since 7840 DISTRIBUTED riY NATIONAL BRANDS, INC. London Arms Hotel 727 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Finest Kosher Cuisine Open to the Public Phone 5-1264 PHILIP STEIR Wishes to announce to his host of friends that he now owns and operates the Blackstone Pharmacy at 850 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-4925 He will carry a full line of Parke & Davis. Lilly. Squibb. Lederle. Abbott and Upjohn Vitamins and dispensing medicines. Associated with him in the Rx department is JACK LEON JABLO a graduate of the Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy. A pharmacist with 12 years of experience VISIT OUR MODERN SODA FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE PHILIP STETA AND BILL ENGEL Owners LEGAL NOTICES IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA—IN PROBATE. No. 15746. In Re: KSTATB OF nESMOND B. HAT8. A/K/A DE8 HATS Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demand* Agalaat Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present ay claims and demands which you. e* either of you. may have against the estate of DESMOND B. HAY8, A/K/A DIC8 HAYS deceased late ef Dad* County, Florida, to the Hon. W. P. lilanton. County Judge of Dad* Ceunly, nnd file the name In his otflee la the County Courthouse In Dade Couaty. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the flr*t publication hereof. Said claims or demnnrts to contain the legal address of the claimant and to l>e sworn t* and presented as aforesaid, or sain* Will be barred. See Section 120 *f the 1933 I'robat* Act. Date January 2. A.D. 1945. Ml III AM MASK HATS As Executrix of the I,ast Will nnd Testament of DKSMUND B. HAYS. A/K'A DICS HAYS. D*ceased MAX It SI I.VKit. Attorney for Executrix. 1/12-19-26 2/2 NOTICE IS IIKI'.KIIV GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engiigo in business under the ficltltloua name of JACK Itl'llAKI) DISTRIBUTING CO., 46 N. W. 1st Street. Miami. Fla., intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dae* County. Florid i. B. I.ANDY SILVER. KAPLAN DIETS, Attorneys for Applicants 1/12-19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag* in business under the fictitious Basse of HEI.ENE HOTEL, at 1030 15ta Street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dad* County. Florida. ROSE COHEN MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant. 1/12-19-28 2/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engag* In business under the fictitious nans* of WOODY'S RESTAURANT at 13H Washington Avenue, Miami Beaoa. Florida Intend to register said nans* with the Clerk of the Circuit Osurt of Dade County, Florida. JACK EISENSTAT FRANK S. KAGAN MURRAY DOUCHK1 DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for applicants. 1/19-28 2/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag* I* business under the fictitious name of TICONA MERCANTILE CO. at I 343 S. W. N. River Dr.. Miami. Fla. j Intends to register said name wittt I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida. HARRY TISCHI.ER KATE TISCHI.ER SILVER. KAPLAN DIETZ Attorneys for Applicants 1/19-26 2'2-9-16 DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripure V Water DELIVERED TO TOUR NOME SCALLON BOTTLE ..... (Oc CASE OF SIX N TABLE BOTTLES ISt Plus Bortlf Deposit > PHONE 2-4128 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY G the undersigned, desiring %  II business under the fictl of BUFFET LUNCH at 16 St.. Miami. Florida Intends -aid name with the Clerk I cult Court of Dade County NATHAN NETTIE C LEON KAPLAN Attorney for Applicants 1/26 2/2-9-16-23 IVEN that to engage tious name W. Flagler to register of the Clr. Florida. COHKN OH EN Partners Whan You Think of Real Estat* Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phon* S-647S Dependable, Conseiantiou* Service 1111 Lincoln Rood Vt Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President Unwanted Hair Removed In the Newest and Speediest Method Known -Short Wsv* Radio Fr*qu*ncy— All Work Guaranteed Physicians Endorsement IRENE GOODMAN 530 Lincoln Road Phon* 68-2997 Maae From rreah Orangoa NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under.dgned. desiring to engage In lu-siness under the fictitious name of The Standard Detective Bureau at Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY MILLER 1/W 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAGIC CITY BOTTLE AND SUPPLY, at 222 Northwest 27th Street. Miami. Florida, Intend* to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade Count v Florida. ISAAC EMMER MTERS HEIMAN Attornevs for Applicant. 1/19-26 J/2-9-U 1TOTICE I8 — HEREBY OrVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the HcUtlous name of THE LAWRENCE APARTMENTS at 642 N. E. 82nd Street. Miami. FlorI In Intend to register said name wltn the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County. jg$fc !B f CK FRIEDMAN FRVCER FRIEDMAN MTERS HEIMAN Attornevs for applicants 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that the undersigned. deFlrlns; to engnge in bu.|-. undethe fictitious name of HPK'S PLACE at 3386 Douglas Road. C conut Grove. Miami Fla. Intends to rer'ster sal I name with the CJerB or • he Circuit Court of Dad* County. Kl r,l,a H-VPY STROT.K1, FVVEN MICH*El SON SUVER. KAPLAN %  DEITZ Attornevs for Applicants ?'2-9-1*-23 3/2 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 38767 Notice Is hereby given that Horace K. Hays holder of Everglades Drainage District Tax Certificate Numbered 9240, dated the 1st dav of June. A.D. 1942. has filed said Certificate la my office, and has made application for tnx deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County. Florida, to-wlt: Lots 1 & 2. Block 1, Amended Plat of Granada Place, a Resub., Plat Book 13. Page SI. In the County of Dade. State -of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate issued was la the name of Jennie V. S. Robertson. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 21st day of February, A.D. 1945. Dated this 17th day of January, A D 1945 E. B. LEXTHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. (Circuit Cotrt Seal) Bv L M JOHNSON D. C. 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslened. desl-lng to engage la business under the fictitious nnme ot PETER PAN VILLAS at Miami Bench. Fla. Intends to reerlster said name with the Herk o' the Circuit f'ourt of Dade Conntv. Florida. HARRY KAYE BETTY K-VYE JOK RUBIN ROSA RUBIN 2/2-9-16-U 3/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the fictitious name of ROSFLLE HOTEL at Miami Beach. Fla. Intends to register said nam* with the Clerk of the Circuit Court *f Dade Countv F"n-ld->. HARRT KATE BUTTY KATE ROSA RUBIN ?/2--16-23 3/2 NOTICE IS HFREBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage la business under the r|et*tlous name of BOARDWALK SHOPPE at I704-S Ocean Drive Miami Beach. Fla. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County, Flo-Ma. EDWARD BEZARK 2/2-9-U-M S/I NOTICE 18 HEREBT OrVEN that the undersigned desiring to en-raaa la business under tie fictitious nam* of R. & L. CROCKERY at 1S16 N. B. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida Intend to %  "erlster ssld name with th* Clerk Of •he Circuit Court of Dad* County, Florida. LOUIS ROSMAN BfRNARn t.VTT DIANA COOPKRSM1TH Attorney for Applicants. 2/2-9-16-23 J/2 '. '};: A rood buy Is a Wsr Bond. Bur now and ymi will he oaid later —$4.00 for every S3 M.



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PAGE SIX Jewish ncridrte/L FRIDAY. FEBRUAR Y 2, 1945 TESTIMONIAL DINNER TO BE GIVEN PINCUS A testimonial dinner honoring Rabbi Philip Pincus will be given by local friends of the Rabbinical College of Telshe, of which the rabbi is executive director. The dinner will cater to tourists, and will be held at the London Arms Hotel Tuesday, February 6. starting at 8:30. Abraham Sachs will be chairman of the affair, and will introduce prominent local and visiting rabbis and guests. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be toastmaster. Rabbi Aaron Ashinsky, of Pittsburgh, and Rabbi I. Ginsburg, of Denver, will bring greetings. Cantor Maurice Mamches of Beth PIONEER WOMEN WILL HOLD ANNUAL PARTY Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami announces their annual donor jamboree has been set for the middle of March. Proceeds will go to the Working Women's Council for Palestine. Mrs. Miriam Glngoid was the main speaker at a Chamisha Asar Beshvat celebration of the organization last Monday at the home of Mrs. D. Friedman. 1030 Washington Ave. Mrs. Henry Seitlin acted as chairman. Pro-' ceeds of the affair will go to the Jewish National Fund for the purchase of trees. NEW BEACH CHAPTER OF B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS Jacob Congregation and Cantor I. Gortzenhoff of Brooklyn will render musical selections. Rabbi Pincus will deliver the main address of the evening and will discuss the work of the widely-known rabbinical seminary formerly situated in Europe and for the past three years in Cleveland. Active in national Jewish life, Rabbi Pincus has served as ] vice president of the Chicago Mizrachi. Reservations may be made by calling Mr. Sachs at 3-0952 or 2-6911. A new Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls' was organized January 29 by sixteen young women, aged 15-18, who met for this purpose Monday night at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle. 1710 Lenox Ave. Miss Edith Shulman presided. MANY PEOPLE PRESENT AT M. B. ZIONIST MEET More than 1,000 people were at a public meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District last Monday evening and heard 15-yearold oratorical prodigy Norman Grutman discuss the idealistic and practical viewpoints of present day youth and its attitude toward the post-war world. He discussed opportunities facing the youth of today as compared to that of yesterday and stressed the need for present day leadership's being far-sighted to avoid more war which will become the responsibility of youth, with whose future it plays such havoc. Leslie Balough Bain, internaj tionally-known author on foreign I affairs discussed "Palestine and the Far East," relating incidents of his recent trip abroad as foreign correspondent. Rabbi Irving Lehrman was chairman of the evening and Cantor Maurice Mamches entertained with musi-1 cal selections. • Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg.' grandparents of Grutman. were! hosts to the gathering following the meeting. O'ROURKE SPEAKS ON RELATIONS_WITH L-A. "It is my belief that "is extremely important for the re 1 a tionship of this area and that ot its neighbor. Latin .America, o be kept "neighborly" in the true sense of t n e word." Andrew O'Kourke. mana^ing director of the Urmey Hotel, stated. "As I the gate-ways of | the Americas, it) is necessary for | us to go out Of; our way to cater | to this all-important phase of traffic, creating business and good-will for our community. Following this policy. Mr. O'Rourke has set aside 50 of tne 116 rooms in his hotel for LatinAmerican guests. More than 3.SUU have already been guests during their stay in Miami at the Urmey. Mr. O'Rourke is intcr-national president of the Hotel Greeters ; Association, now embarking on ; an expansion program throughout j the country, fostering a program of weeklv meetings of the local j memberships of the hotels in which employees and operators become better acquainted and together discuss their problems. The object, as Mr. O'Rourke sees it. is to create a program of cooperation instead of competitiveness. YOUTH TAKES PART IN RALLY FOR PRESIDENT Norman Grutman, who is visiting here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg. | 1100 14th St.. Miami Beach, took! part in a President's rally at the Netherlands Hotel. The youthful I orator addressed the gathering on behalf of the infantile paralysis drive, toward which 51,200 was raised. V We Specialize in all branches of Beauty Culture Gino iLiJfajz stylis t 1057 Washington Ave. Phone 5-1730 Miami Beach f n i ii ii i 1 TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT MS COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHONE B-MTI SERVING THE FINEST OF FOODS Breakfast — Luncheon — Full Court* Dinner Reasonable Prices OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 9 A.M. TILL t P.M.—INCLUDING 8UNDAY NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION EMILE'S RESTAURANT 655 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH Serving Full Course Dinners 5 P. M. to 10 P. M. Phone 58-1457 Kriegel's Strictly Kosher Dining Room AT ADMIRAL HOTEL 1020 MERIDIAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH-TEL. 6-8M6 Under personal supervision of the Krlegels and Jackson of Lakewood unu B^^SrtVtoM^ *• M.-Dlnn.r from S:O0 P. M. Saturday from 6:00 P. M. only ALAMAC DINING ROOM Collins Avenue at 13th St, Miami Beach SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS, CHOPS AND PRIME RIBS OF BEEF 5 CATERING TO SPECIAL PARTIES DE LUXE DINNER $2.00 Under personal direction of Albert Nielsen PHONE 5-2951 <<*> ffiwW""""'""" ^.,<'>'<"'' lf, 'mA ADVANTAGES \ of a IIAIIE FEDERAL MORTGAGE =v .LOW RATES BA8Y PAYMENTS LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE • A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Youn LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION SOURCES OVER $10,000,000 IIAIIE FEiEtAL M. B. PHOTOGRAPHER PLANS ONE-MAN SHOW Arnold Newman. Miami Bench photographer, is compiling notes j for a one-man show to he staeed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the fall. The exhibition will feature a series of 50 camera portraits of outstanding modern American and European artists, all taken hv Newman. In addition. Newman has just learned that his portraits, landscapes, and experimental abstracts are to he included in the "New Workers" show scheduled bv the Museum of Modern Art. New York, early in March. OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundays 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 ^•s*. CLARA MAY DOWNEY'S OLNEY INN OLD PLANTATION RECIPES RESTAURANT J Block from Bus Bsyside on the Beach, Bus M From Miami — Venetian Jitneys 104S DADE AND BAR From Six P. M. Wssk Days: Five P. M. Sundays) (Closed Monday) BOULEVARD a>>Wy '-% NATIONAL HOME BODY WILL MEET TUESDAY SEEYOU Miami Chapter. National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, will meet Tuesday, February 6, at 1:30 p. m. in the Miami Beach YM & WHA. 1 Lincoln Rd. A program will be presented and refreshments served Preceding the general meeting, the board of directors will convene at 11 o'clock. London (JTA)—Britain has ceased issuing visas for Palestine to Jewish refugees arriving in Turkev from the Balkans, a Foreign Office spokesman said this week, but he denied that this meant any change in British policy toward Palestine immigration. VICTOR HOTEL AND DINING ROOM Ocean Drive at 12th Street Managed and Operated By D. ROSNER PHONE 5-0041 Miami Beach Dietary Law* Strictly Observed NOI1M lAH Mltf JOttn H. UFTC*. PMSrDKr AVIlHl sj*M*<4| li/MlUMih Belvedere Hotel Dining Room Euclid Avenue at 9th Street Miami Beach DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Kosher Meals Dinner $2.00 PHONE 5-1103 couuns tTWEHTIETr Delightful Cuisine In An Atmosphere of Distinction Charcoal Broiled Steaks. 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^ A Y.FEBRUARYJ. 1945 tJewlstifhrkUagi PAGE SEVEN ;^TTR MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation •****£, T, Iewib Welfare Board Help Us Keep Record of Our M.n in Serrice QJ The Jewish SERVICE ^ ^ r\ ^ PARADE! Pfc Stanley Scher will leave • VI-„I-IV night after having M a Ta erf day furlough here 255 his wrenS. Mr. and Mrs Art Scher, 2150 S. W. 13th Eflfc 8&. who is attached tofhe U. S. Army Engineers, has L completed three months of Ed?training at Fort Belvorr. f, and following his leave, wil Sort (or duty at his new post at Fort Pierce, Fla. M M. Aronstein. Machinist Mate 1 c, foimorly stationed in Miami at the Opa Locka Naval n a ( ^ now on duty overseas in tl, c Admiralty Islands. Sgt. Benjamin B. Cassell, Miami is returning home on rotation from the Fifth Army front in Italy alter -ili months overseas. Cassell, a mine school instructor and Dlatoon sergeant, entered the Army in August. 1941; has participated in the North African and Italian campaigns. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Cassell. live at 1145 N. W. Eighth Ave. A brother, Vernon. is in the Coast Guard. Lt iSershon Miller, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Miller. 825 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, has been overseas since October, 1943, as flight control officer with the Eighth AAF in England. Lt. Miller, whose parents have lived in Miami two years, is a graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken. N. Y., where he studied engineering. He entered service in June, 1941. I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S CALENDAR Monday: JJisrusslon Group, 8 p. m.. Miami Bonrh YM & YIIA, Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Tunday: Face Facts Georg J. Talianoff Executive Director A.D.L. RED CROSS COMMITTEE TALKS TO APPLICANTS A personnel recruitment committee from Southeastern Area, American Red Cross arrived here January 28 from Atlanta to interview applicants for paid overseas and dometic positions. A critical need for Red Cross personnel has resulted from greatly increased military demands for Rod Cross services, local chapter officials said. Interviews will be held from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. through February 2. and the morning of FebCluilr rehearsal. 8 p. m.. Miami Beach t-iinrv 3 Persons ripsirinp inter Jewish Community Center. 1415 Eurujrv X!„ S ^, i /. as a writer, commended the positive efforts of Miami Beach in providing for the comfort of returning veterans. Drew Pearson congratulated Miami Beach for its work on behalf of its servicemen as manifested by the various projects mentioned herein. The public spirited citizens responsible for these patriotic programs are not resting on their laurels. A committee headed by Dave Phillips will sponsor a "Night of Stars" on the eve of Washington's birthday to raise $25,000 for the Heroes Phone Fund. This should prove to be one of the most successful endeavors ever embarked upon in this area. • • • We saw a preview of the film version of the powerful stage play "Tomorrow The World" which is to be shown in the Greater Miami Area commencing February 8. An absorbing story of a democratic Sgt. Julian L. Friedman. 761 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, is on duty with a heavy bombing outfit in England. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Friedman, Miami Beach. did Ave.. Cantur Emanuel Barkan. Wednesday: Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. m. Miami Beach YM & YIIA: Study Group, "The Rcconstructlonlst Movement." 8 p. m.. Miami Bench YM & WHA. Chaplain Saul Kraft. Friday: Sabbath Services. 8 p. m.. Chaplain Saul Kraft. Miami Beach YM WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Polnclana Hotel. 1655 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach; JWB Ones Shabbat. refreshments served by hostesses from the Miami Beach Service LeaK e: Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky. a pel No. 3. Boca Raton Field; JWB Ones Shabbat, refreamenU served by hostesses from the Miami Service League. Satarday: Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m.. Miami Beach YM & WHA, refreshments served by Miami Beach Service League; Servicemen's dance. 8 m.. Miami YM ft YWHA. 1667 S. W. 6th St.. refreshments served by Miami Service League. Bandart Servicemen's Dane*. • p. m.. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, refreshments served by senior hostesses. LT. COL. DREISEN HERE i try in action. FOR VISIT WITH FOLKS WOUNDED IN ACTION Pfc. Samuel Epstein. 26. of Mattapan, Mass. In France, first about a month after D day. and then again late in October. Pvt. Epstein has been cited for gallanviews may contact Dade County Red Cross porsonnel office. 275 N. W. 2nd St., telephone 3-477. Men between 30 and 50 are needed for assistant field directors to counsel and assist servicemen on personal problems, plan recreation and help keep morale high. Men between 35 and 50. experienced in managing hotels and clubs are wanted for club directors. Openings for women both overseas and domestic, are listed as follows: hospital social workers and case work supervisors. 35 to 45; hospital recreation workers. 25 to 40; recreation workers for ablebodied troops, 25 to 35: staff aides, 23 to 45. should have experience or training social work, volunteer or professional. Needs for women overseas only include club directors, 35 to 45; personal service directors. 30 to 45, social work background required; staff assistants, 24 to 35, experience in recreation field helpful; stenographers, 23 to 35 years. GREEN LANTERN RESTAURANT Food For the Best PRIVATE DINING ROOMS Visit Our Winery Lounge 346 ALCAZAR AVE. PHONE 4-6225 CORAL GABLES KILLED IN ACTION Pvt. Siqmund Lakner, 38. of New Brunswick, N. J. In France. Last week, Phineas J. Biron, in referring to the employment of Joe McWilliams, the notorious anti-Semite, by a large Chicago firm doing essential war work, reported that the company's president, William H. Regnery has "a liking" for McWilliams. There, however, is a great deal more to the McWilliams-Regnery story. The former Bund leader's association with the president of the large mid-west concern prompted rumors that Mr. Regnery was anti-Semitic. Newspapers recalled his affiliation with the now disbanded American First Committee as well as his isolationist sentiment. When it became known that Mr. Regnery was chairman of ; Xrnerican famiVs'effort "to wean the Board of the Central National a Nazi-indoctrinated youngster Bank, Jewish directors, em-i from his hate f u i philosopy. the ployees and many depositors of Dicture should set many of us the bank were among those who thinking We are sure you will demanded that charges of anti; agrce that cvcrv American, voung Semitism be proved before given and old s hould view this film, credence. — ADL inquiries disclosed that' there was no positive evidence j that Mr. Regnery was antij Semitic; that he insisted that he was not and cited many Jewish associations; and that he had had i associations with people regarded as anti-Semites, although he asI serted that he did not know that these people were engaged in anti-Semitic activities. Said Mr. Regnery, "I regret deeply the circumstances that my name has been coupled with antiSemitism and the proponents of this insidious and un-American doctrine ... I repudiate them and their whole theory that seeks to set apart the Jewish group for attack ... I shall try in the future to avoid all semblance of contact with this subversive gospel and will do all I can to rectify the misunderstanding that has arisen." McWilliams' services were terminated and in a release to the press, Mr. Regnery stated, "I consider Joe McWilliams in a class with Gerald L. K. Smith. To me, such race-baiting demagogues and provokers of religious antagonisms are destructive to American citizenship Only when one ignores racial and Pfc. Harris H. LescOTits. 21. of Roxbury, Mass. The Mediter-1 religious origins and treats each Lt. Col. Anson I. Dreisen. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dreisen. 1676 James Ave., Miami Beach, arrived here this week after an absence of 24 years and is spending a 30-day leave with his parents. Considered one of the youngest lieutenant colonels in the army, at the aee of 28. he has been in service five years. A reserve officer prior to his enlistment, he has been in Iceland for the past 18 months. He is adjutant general at the Iceland base command. Originally he went to Iceland as a member of the field artillery, but subsequently transferred to the permanent base command there. Pvt. Daniel Farber. 23, of Los Angeles, Cal. In Italy. Cpl. Joseph A. Fisher, 21. of Los Angeles, Cal In Italy, after cleaning out an enemy machine gun nest Lt Howard L. Frohman, 28. of New Haven, Conn. At Anzio, by a land mine. Pvt David Gelbart 27, of Chicago. III. In France. Pfc. Israel N. Gelfand. 24. of Brooklyn. At St. Lo. Awarded the Purple Heart. WOUNDED IN ACTION Pt. William Chaiken. 20 of Miami Beach, Fla. In Germany, by an exploding mine. Purple Heart. Lt. Seliq J. A'kon. 20, of Roxnurv. Mas. Over the Mediterranean. Air Corps navigator, he ho ds the Air Medal and Purple Heart. Staff Sat. David W. Fridenstlne. of Elyria, O. Over Czechoslovakia, while bombing Naziheld cilfields at Brux. He is a *aist gunner. T 4 Herbert H. Golden, 25. of Dorchester, Mass. In England. Purple Heart. ranean. in the transport. sinking of his Pfc. Arnold Mosiroff, 20. of the Bronx. In France. Pvt. David Roberts. 23, of Pittsburgh, Pa. In France. Staff Sgt. Jerome R. Samburg. 20. of Baltimore, Md. Over Germany. A turret gunner, he had completed 20 missions and held an Air Medal with Oakleaf Cluster. Chief S/K Louis Heriberg. 38. U.S.N.. of Chicago. 111. At Palermo, during an enemy air raid. Herzberg has been in service 11 years. Pvt. Charles Kaplan, 20, of the Bronx. At Anzio. Pvt. Werner Katsenstein. 22, of Blackwood, N. J. In France. Sgt. Harry Klein. 31, of Philadelphia, Pa. In France. Klein was promoted on the field for bravery in combat. Klein has been wounded twice. Capt. Stanley J. Snitow, 26. of New York City. The Mediterranean, aboard transport. He was an Army Air Forces flight surgeon. Purple Heart. TUomi for REST CONVALESCENCE ...JCHRONICCASES MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling Alligator Farm Wishing WeU Bead Bracelets and Bags Silver Work Indian Dolls Baskets Tom Toms Pottery Blankets Bows and Arrows Take Bus IS or 19 J Sun-RqyPark Health Resort Is W~y M"B o ooutC tf"MJiMI: WMUJ-!'l IMiCTim Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army Nary Committee. Made Possible Througk the Co-Operstion of ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & COWERS SHOE STORES 155 E. FUgler St — 122 Lincoln Rd. JACK C. JAYSON Miami PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 7B S. E. 1st Street I. RUBIN, SONS—Orioinal Rubins 145 N. Miami Avenue Man,,, ROTH HAYS Manufacturers Agents Langford Bldg. MONTE SELIG Miami. Florida RESTAURANT 170 N. W. Fifth Street RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC. 160 E. Flagler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 158 E. Flagler Street. Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln RoiH American as only an American, can we in this country develop true American citizenship." The future proof of the sincerity of these statements is now up to you, Mr. Regnery. • • • Much has been said about Mi ami Beach's treatment of servicemen, some in a critical and sometimes even caustic tone. No doubt some of this criticism is justified. Yet for a relatively small community of 25,000 permanent inhabitants. Miami Beach, which is the largest of five Redistribution Centers in the United States, has actually done remarkably well extending a hospitable [ hand to thousands of battlescarred veterans. The achievements of the Mi-. ami Beach Servicemen's Housing Corporation, the Miami Beach | Servicemen's Hospitality Com-, mittce, the Servicemen's Pier and the YM & WHA program all reflect credit upon the community. I That this has been recognized by the press both locally and na, tionally should be a source of i real satisfaction to those who | gave unstintedly of their time to, make these endeavors successful., Jack Kofced. the Miami Herald I columnist, who Walter Winchell, reports may be Hollywood-bound I RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1256 Washington Avi.. Miami Beach In New York :Oth Si. Amsterdam Avi. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT The Brook Club YVETTE ENRICA and NOVELLO JULES LANDE ORCHESTRA PEDRO AND HIS RHUMBA ORCHESTRA Sozzani, Maitre d"Hotel Reservations: Telephone 8-2658 fttKVISU IfcECBV i*6 C 0 I L I N S Hi MIAMI t A '" I % 



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PAGE EIGHT lewitlh IFtmrtrfinr FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1945 H A T H EN HERE FRIDAY. FEB. 2: __ National Council of Jewish W omen, board mei-llng snd luncheon for hoard members. Olney Inn. 10 a. m.: National Council of Jewish Women Forum. Dr. Lytton's home. SUNDAY. FEB. 4: Both Jacob Sisterhood; motion picture at Bath Jacob. 8 p. m.: Ifa-th David I'urlm Bull. Beth David. 8 p. m. MONDAY. KKB. 5: Bureau of Jewish Education, lecture by Ellas Newman on "The Arts In Palestine," Miami Beach Jewish Centor. 8 p. m.: Jewish Social Service Bureau, board metlne: at Beth David Cons.. T p. m.; Temple Israel Sisterhood meeting; Miami 1 loach Pioneer Women meetlne. 8:30 & m.; Miami Beach Jewish Center sterhood board meeting. 1 p. m. TUESDAY. FEB. : National Home For Jewish Children at Denver, regular meeting. Miami Bench "Y," 2 p. m.; Temple Israel board meeting, 8 p. m.; Hadassah board meeting. 2 p. m.: National Council of Jewish women, lecture. R p. m.i Adult Choral & Singing Society sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Kducatlon In cK>peratlon with the "Y's" nnd affiliated oon%  Tefratlons, Miami Beach Jewish Center. 8 p. m. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 7: Both Jacob Sisterhood, luncheon meeting. Beth Jacob; Beth Jacob Adult Institute. 8 to 10 p. m.: Workmen's I'lrcle Branch C!>2. regular membership meeting, 8:30 p. in. Reth Sholein Sisterhood l>oard meeting 2:30 p. m.: Miand Beach Jewish Center Adult Courses In oon4unction with the Bureau of Jewish Education and sponsoring organizations. 8 p. m. THURSDAY. FEB. 8: Amerlcin Jewish Congress membership party. 12:30 p. m.. Woffonl Hotel: Adult CoUrass sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, Beth David and Temple Israel. Beth David. 8 p m. FRIDAY. FEB. 9: American Jewish Congress. Women's I'Yhlay Review, 1:30 p. m.. Miami Beach Jewish Comnmnltv Center. SUNDAY. FEB. Ill lifsarh and Town "Y" Concert at Miami Beach Senior High School. 1:30 p m. In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services announced through Greater Miami Kabblnlcal Association arc; —Buy War Bonds Today— MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM MUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach.— Kabbalas Shabbas at 6:15 p. m. tilday evening, followed by late services at 8:15 P. in. Dr. Jacob H. Kap an rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, will be guest speaker. His topic will OJ "A Peculiar Treasure. If Rahb Irving Lehrman will officiate, and Cantor Emanuel Barkan and the Center choir will chant. Saturday morning servlcs at 9 a. m Itabbi Ix'hrnian will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law, with Cantor Barkan chanting the service. Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Efseroff. and Joseph, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klein, will become bar inltzvah. Bible class at 5 p. m. Mlncha service at 6 0. m. M r. and Mrs. Morris Zwuifler will be hosts at Schalos Seudos at 6:15 1>. m.. Maarlv to follow. AZA-BBO breakfast service at a. in. Sunday morning, with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry as hosts. Sunday School at 10 a. in. TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform, 137 N. E. 19th St. -Friday evening services at :16 p. in Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will speak on "Two Mountalntops— sinai and Berchtessitrten." Saturday morning services at II o'clock. Itabbi Appulbaum will discuss "How Modern Is a Kingdom of Priests BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con. servative, 761 41st St., Miami Beach.— Friday evening service at S:la p. in Rabbi' Leon Kronith will speak mi "What is Freedom?" An oneg Shabbat will follow the service, with Mrs Charles s Tobln, and Mrs. v. B. %¡ raual as hostesses Cantor Louis HI,,. i.in will officiate and lead the Congregational singing. Saturday morning services at I'l u m. lUibbi Kronlsh will preach .n the Portion of the Week. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. Orthodox. 3H Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.—Friday evening services at 6 p. m. l.nte Fi'lday evening services al 8:30 p. m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on the theme "What Is rustice?" Cantor Maurice Mamches will lead In the communal singing Saturday morning services al 7 and 9. Celebration of iho Bar Mltxvah of Arnold Robert Weiss, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex MVi.ss, will take place during the services, Itabbi Mescheloff will address the bar mltsvah. A Minnlonalre rather and Son religious service will be held at 9:30 In the Community building. Junior congregaa s cantors. and Rons''\V '. k Martin lllbioi'uz'rin'l,: • %  -,,-:":;;;,!and Bldward Suss • Allan Aitsc jrtll serve as QaWWyi II* f| i m 4 to Vm __ DCTH DAVID CONGREGATION. Co B nf. T rvaiv D e AV ,3 D 5 N. W 3rd Ave feh^.w..n%i. ; Friedman and choir will ,,m '! %  • ',' hr^pn^um h ^ Efb^m^TAKn^ rig, Saturdaj morning servlc es at s.J. a. m. Junior ser vices at 10.10 a, m MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 14th Ave. Friday evening services al 8 > >' lite Friday evening services al ,""','„ Rabbi S.men April will preach on "lleiigi..n of Young and OM Bet urday morning servipea at ';'; Mlncha, Schalos S KM. and M %  w at 5-15 p ill. Krhnarcl Zol'-k Talmini TOrah IMS S W 3rd SI.-Friday evening services al :18 P' n r t m yr \. day evening services a' :1 %  iji*' the Miami Jewish Orthodos Conare. gallon. Saturday morning scrvlr. Jacob Kwl. !" and Rabbi Saul B. A^ltaum nfflctotlns;. mtermenl followed in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Aotlve naUbearers Included Sam ielUln. Isldor l-"''f" l r Samuel Friedman. Paul l > ,,r on -""/i^ Oordon, Bol Karn. M. kursrok. Abe Kaplan ____ LOUI9 NEUBURQER I.OUIB Neuburiter. B3 of 820 Ocean |>r. Miami Hunch, who came here three years ago, died Saturday, survlvlnir I.his wire. Mrs. PauIlM Neuhuraer. Thibo>ly was sent to New York City b> Field I>TI>BS shop, died In a l„.-,,itiil He lived at the Tultle hotel and came t.. Miami t years a a" from Trenton N J He '" a Shrlner snd a member of Temple Israel. SurvlvInK are his wife. Mr.s Itelln I.lpmnn Field nnd two nous. Slnnlon of Miami and Joseph Field. Jr.. army. Gordon furiernl home was In chanre of services hel.l Monday Dr Jacob Kaplan officiated EUGENE AUGUSTEIN Kucene AURUSteln, 12. sun of Mr. and Mrs Abraham Aueusteln. 931 N. W. 2nth Ave. passed away last week. Oordon Fiim-ral home shliijied the remains ALBERT E. GORDON Albert B. Gordon, St, cashier, who earns from ChlcaiCO three years SEO, died list Wednesdaj at his apartment, I Collins Ave. Miami lleach. He leaves a brother, Max Gordon In Chirac.... where the body was sent by Riverside Memorial chapel. MR3. ANNA ROTHBLATT Ms Annn Rothblatt, 85, of 22 Fnirth St. Miami Bench, mother of Harry Rothblatt, Miami Iteneh hotel operator, died In a hospital last w. nvsday nlht. Also surviving .„ %  .' %  other son. Robert, and two dauifci n Mrs. Dora Slurman and \ ,1 hl Z"Maltsman. all of New York, whjeJS? body was sent by Gordon FuuV2 home. "uera| MRS. CORA 8ACH8 Mrs. Cora Sachs. 71. who came f !" .. Duyton. O.. seven years asc? ,i?1! Tuesday at her home, lar v !" ,"* Blades Concourse. NormauUv "l Riverside Memorial chapel | a awaluls arrival of relatives to make f, .'J arranRemenU. ,nn WI LAWRENCE HOLUB I-awrence Holub, 12, passed -,., last week. The boy had besnVoaffiK at Jackson Memorial hospital h.,, 1 entering; the National ChUdrsSl tiirdlac Home. His mother M.' Sophie Holub. lives at (ffifl 'a M „" IOlshth St. Services were In An. !" i I'almer Funeral chapel. "** ADOLPH SCHERFF Adolph Scherrf. 70. of 1175 v w 62nd St.. a winter visitor here 'f„ r t i years, died Saturday In a hoepthj Surviving are a son and two dawir ters of iSetroit. Mich. BWrtees SSl held Monday In the Gordon Funt.il home with burial In ML Nebo CenlT MM. ELLA KULOK Mrs. Klla Kulok. 70. of 727 Pnlii., Ave.. Miami Beach, died In ah !" pltal but week. She came here fw years ago from Brooklyn and Is ,Z vived by her husband. Morris Kulok of Miami Beach: and three daujfnuS and two sons, residlnr In Brooklyn The body was sent there by Riverside Memorial chapel. HEAL ESTATE—MIAMI JEACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes, Hotels Apt It Commercial Bldgt, M. GILLER, ealtor 1448 Wash. Ave., Ph. 5-587S 140 N. E. 1st Ave., Ph. 2-S151 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PBOPERTIES B. E. BBONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service •05 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5.5861 mtit. AUGUST BROS R V £ la theB£ST Palm Beach Notes' MRS. MARY SCHREBNIOL Rsp f sntaHTs Lt. Comdr. Hcrlx^rt Korman, Navy Medical Corps, has recently been commended by the Navy for work he has done while on duty in the Pacific, according to word received by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Herman of this city. An ilumnus of Palm Beach Hinh School and Duke University. Korman resided here before his entrance in the Navy. hall. Mrs. Leah Dubbin acted as hostess. Louis Leibovit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leibovit. of Florida Ave.. is now a second lieutenant n the Army Air Corps. Before iis entrance into service he was 1 champion local and state tennis jlayer. A card party, sponsored by 3eth Israel Sisterhood, was heid Minday night in Schwartzbere Army-Navy Committee sponsored a dance Saturday night at Sher Memorial hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Jack Barash, Mrs. Phil Blicker, Mrs. Kalmutz and Mrs. Fisher. Hostesses at the dance held Sunday night by the committee included Miss Lillian Metz, Dorris Blicker and Sylvia Rotfeld. Announcement is being made of the marriage of Sally VogeL of Kingston, N. Y., to Mannay Lipman, of New York City. Mrs. S. Goldman is here from Washington, D. C. to be with her mother who is recuperating at Good Samaritan hospital frr m as accident sustained recently. AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. ALFAR CREAMERV CO. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the .Nationally Famous Southern Dairies ProMi *BAM ducts and lc Craaaa. — MUI • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOOB PHONE FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. „, v, J 201 S 0 "* OU !" Arenu. WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART & POTTER -BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 We* Palm Beach, Fla.


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Miami, Fla
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February 2, 1945

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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wlume 18-NUMBER 5
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
CHEST WORKERS
TO".......
IS
The Community War Chest
raioaign is within "striking
SSffi" of a tremendous success
fcs week, according to James I.
Slcr general chairman as he
JrS all volunteer workers to
stay on the job and complete
their assignment. __
A check of gifts and pledges
already received shows the cam-
HJn, 19% ahead of last year.
Kid and the same ratio of in-
" c o means the remaining
Sedges will push the campaign
to its goal when they are in.
"This simply means that our
guccess is in sight if the workers;
go out and finish the Job. he
Lid But we cannot succeed
unless all the remaining pros-
pective givers are asked to help.
The campaign, which began
January 8. has been extended
until ihe minimum goal or Rjav
000 is reached The money fi-
nances 45 agencies of human
service at home and around the
world.
Continued evidence of in-
creased needs reaches the cam-
paign headquarters, Keller said.
The USO, one of the member
agencies, is expanding its over-
seas service as the war continues
its furious pace, but the heaviest
demands are lor additional serv-
ices tor the disabled and wound-
ed service men in hospitals in
this country.
As the casualties of recent
battles reach this country. USO
plans to serve them with the
same facilities it gives men in
camps, in combat zones and on
furlough.
Services to the armed forces is
NATIONAL EXPERT TO
MAKE RESEARCH HERE
Michael Freund, nationally-
known authority and research
expert on Jewish aged problems,
will come here this month to
make a survey on the Home for
the Aged and its related prob-
lems.
Freund is research director for
the National Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
and has recently completed a sur-
vey in Detroit. He was selected
by the committee on community
needs of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation to make the sur-
vey here.
STATElECRTTARY
SIDE STEPS TALK
ON PELLOUESTIHN
Washington (JTA) Acting
Secretary of State Joseph C.
Grew at his press conference this
week side-stepped questions on
the failure to return Herbert C.
Pell to London as U. S. repre-
sentative to the United Nations
War Crime Commission, but said
that now appropriations will be
sought from Congress and that
every effort will be made to carry
on the work of the Commission.
Asked about Pell's charge that
the State Department was dissat-
isfied with his demand that the
Germans be punished for crimes
committed against German Jews,
the Acting Secretary said:
"A considerable amount of
speculation has been broadcast
and published regarding the Gov-
ment's position on this subject.
Our position has been repeatedly
stated by the President and the
Secretary of State. It is unchang-
mCu ->3-- e<* today- 5 f the CH?^ VkE
tust one of the three jobs of the Government to see to it that the
S" H. _/ 't; a nf Axis leaders and their henchmen
E
FOR IITRI-FAITH
PATTERN OF PEACE
Washington (JTA)Three con-
gressmen of the Jewish, Catholic,
and Protestant faiths have intro-
duced a concurrent resolution de-
claring that it is the desire and |
will of the U. S. Congress that a |
tri-faith pattern for peace, which,
sets forth minimum requirements
for a just world order, should be
adhered to.
Reps. Samuel Weiss of Pennsyl-
vania, Michael A. Feigman of
Ohio, and Charles M. LaFollette
of Indiana sponsored the measure
which provides that:
1. The moral law must govern
the world order; 2. The rights of
the individual must be assured
and that states as well as indi-
viduals must repudiate racial, re-
ligious or other discrimination:
3. The right of the minority must
be secured and national govern-
ments must respect and guaran-
tee the rights of ethnic, religious
and cultural minorities fb eco-
nomic livelihood, to equal oppor-
tunity for educational and cul-
tural development, and to poli-
tical equality; 4. International
institutions to maintain peace
with justice must be organized;
5. International economic coop-
eration must be developed; and
6. A just social order within each
state must be achieved.
PARIS IN BROADCAST!
SERIES TO PALESTINE
Paris (JTA)The Paris radio
has begun a series of five-minute
broadcasts for listeners in Pales-
tine. The first broadcast described
what liberation has meant to the
Jews of France and their eager-
ness to hear from relatives in
Palestine. It also quoted from
several Jewish newspapers pub-
lished here, urging unity of all
Jews and warning of the necessi-
ty to continue fighting against the
heritage of anti-Semitism left by
the Germans.
War bund agencies. A group of
23 agencies serve in Dade county
and 22 serve around the world.
LATIN AMERICA ZION
MEMBERS TO CONVENE
Montevideo (JTA)The first
convention of representatives of
Zionist organizations in all Latin-
American countries will open
here on March 10, with more than
200 delegates in attendance, it
was announced here. The conven-
tion will be addressed by Zionist
leaders from Palestine and the
United States who are expected
to arrive here next month.
The convention was called on
the initiative of Dr. Claim Weiz-
mann. president of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine. The gather-
ing u expected to form a central
body to coordinate Zionist efforts
throughout Latin America, and
to intensify fundraising for the
Keren Haesed and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
CHILD DEPORTEES ARE
NOW SAFE IN ANTWERP
Paris (JTA)The Brussels
radio reports that severs! hun-
dred Jewish children deported
from France by the Germans are
now in Antwerp and Malines.
Many of the younger ones do
not know their names or the
names of their families. The Corn-
Axis leaders and their henchmen
who have been guilty of war
crimes and atrocities shall be
brought to the bar of justice. We,
in this Government, know our
minds on this subject. We have a
definite program. It is a program
which, I assure you, is compre-
hensive and forthright."
COMMITTEE SET UP TO
AID IN COOPERATION
New YorkSteps for the es-
tablishment of a committee which
would assure consultation and co-
ordination among Jewish repre-
sentative bodies in various coun-
tries were initiated at meetings
of representatives of the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference, Board of
Deputies of British Jews and the
World Jewish Congress held re-
cently in New York, it was an-
nounced today by the American
Jewish Conference.
O'DWYER IS DIRECTOR
WAR REFUGEE BOARD
Washington (JTA)The War
Refugee Board announced that
Brig Gen. William O'Dwyer has
been appointed executive director
of the body to succeed John w.
Pehle. The announcement said
that Mr. Pehle has resigned to
resume his post as assistant to
the Secretary of the Treasury.
Brig. Gen. O'Dwyer recently re-
turned here from Italy where he
was a member of the Allied Con-
F
mittec for Protection of Jews in was member oi tne sum <-"'
Brussels in requesting informs- trol Commission with the person-
tion from persons who may have | ai rank of Minister. He left his
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;-~-. ....,,, i/iriauiK. wiiu uiaj *-
information about the young de-
port ees.
post as District Attorney of
Brooklyn to join the Army.
RE AFFIRMS SUPPORT CHICAGO PLANS" NEW
FOR COMMONWEALTH BUILDINGS AFTER WAR
London (JTA) Resffirmation
of its support of the Biltmore De-
claration, which calls for the es-
tablishment of a Jewish Common-
wealth, and opposition to any
partitioning of Palestine were
voiced here by the British Zionist
federation, meeting in annual
conference.
Chicago (JTA)-The College of
Jewish Studies, which trains
teachers for Hebrew and Sunday
Schools and for Jewish adult ed-
ucation classes, plans to *
1500,000 building after the war.
it was announced here yesterday
at the annual meeting of the
Board of Jewish Education.
Zurich (JTA)The majority of
the 4.000 Jewish slave laborers
who the Germans took with them
when they retreated from the
Bor area of Yugoslavia last Octo-
ber were murdered, it has been
established by an investigating
commission of the Yugoslav Lib-
eration Government, the Yugo-
slav radio reports.
According to the commission,
the Jews were forced to proceed
on foot from Bor to the town of
Crvenka, in the Voivodina dis-
trict. During this jouiney many
died from hunger and mistreat-
ment. Upon arriving at Crvenka
the survivors were crowded into
a brick kiln. The next day 1.700
were sent to Baja and that night
the kiln was surrounded by
soldiers who, with hand grenades
and machine guns, massacred all
but two of the prisoners.
The broadcast said that 1,700
corpses have already been un-
earthed at the brick kiln. 400 in
one huge grave. It adds that fur-
ther exhumations are to be made
along the road leading to Baja
"in order to throw new light on
the German crimes."
INTERNEES OF NAZIS
HOLD S. A. PASSPORTS
London (JTA)Several hun-
dred internees from German con-
centration camps, including
Dutch and Hungarian Jews who
are holders of Latin American
passports, reached Switzerland
during the week-end, it is report-
ed here by the Agudas Israel or-
ganization.
(Estimating that there are still
600.000 Jews left in German-held
territories, the World Jewish
Congress has telegraphed an ap-
Kal to President Roosevelt,
ime Minister Churchill. Mar-
shal Josef Stalin and Gen. De
Gaulle, asking them to discuss
the speedy rescue of Jews from
Nazi lands and to use every feasi-
ble means to that end, in order
to prevent "wholesale murder or
the Jewish survivors.)
T OF STARS'
FOR PHONE FUND
TO BE FB. 21ST
The largest individual under-
taking to raise funds for the
Hero's Phone Fund got underway
this week at a luncheon at the
Roney Plaza Hotel, when plans
were formulated for a Night of
Stars presentation to be given
February 21 at the Beach Theatre.
Miami Beach.
Initiated as another of its proj-
ects in its war service program
to which it has been dedicated
since Pearl Harbor, the Sholom
Lodge B'nai B'rith, in cooperation
with its Auxiliary and the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
is sponsoring the evening's enter-
tainment to add an estimated
$25,000 to the phone fund.
Started by the Miami Daily
News and station WIOD. the
phone fund is the first contact
convalescent servicemen have
with members of their immediate
family upon their arrival in the
United States.
Operational expenses for the
entire affair will be born by the
Army-Navy Committee of the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
making it possible for every cent
of funds to be received through
the sale of tickets to be given to
the phone fund.
Outstanding celebrities and mo-
tion picture stars have already
, evidenced their willingness to
guilty of discriminating in em-. participate. Including Lee Shu-
ployment against any person for ] bert. New York producer; Wil-
1 "race, color, creed or national j jjam Brandt, Brandt movie chain;
origin" may be sentenced to a Movie Star Edward G. Robinson,
year in jail, or fined $500, or both. I Goodman and Jane Ace, of "Easy
Five members would be appoint- j Aces," Columnist Louis Sobel
ed to the proposed permanent. and a noat of others,
commission at salaries of $10,000 Originally conceived by Sgt
a year. They would be required Morry Efron of the army, who
to devote their time exclusively is stationed at Miami Beach, as
to their commission work.
In addition to sitting as com-
missioners passing upon the merit
of complaints of discrimination in
employment, the commission
members would be authorized to
promote local or state-wide cam-
paigns of education on the evils
of all discrimination, and to or-
ganize local or state-wide ad-
visory agencies of volunteer citi-
zens dedicated to fight all dis-
crimination.
I. I STATE
PUSS Li
RACE PREJUDICE
Albany, N. Y. (JTA)Legisla-
tion which would make New
York State the first in the nation
to establish a legally-constituted
anti-discrimination commission
with powers to enforce its di-
rectives was urged in a report
submitted by the Temporary
State Commission Against Dis-
crimination. It is expected that
such legislation will be intro-
duced in the Assembly and Sen-
ate this week.
Under the plan, on which the
temporary commission worked
for seven months, an employer or
labor union or any one else found
a GI show for the fund which
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
U. P. A. WILL REQUIRE
$35,300,000 THIS YEAR
New York (JTA)The United
Palestine Appeal and its agencies,
the Palestine Foundation Fund
and the Jewish National Fund,
will require 35,300,000 in 1945.
it was stated at the annual V.P.A.
conference. During the past year
these agencies expended a total
of $25,800,000. Of this sum $10,-
800.000 was spent by the Jewish
National Fund and $14,900,000
was spent by the Jewish Agency
and the Palestine Foundation
Fund. The expansion of every
aspect of the program of upbuild-
ing to meet the need for rescue,
immigration and resettlement
makes it imperative that greater
financial resources be mobilized,
it was pointed out In the current
year the Jewish Agency and
Palestine Foundation Fund will
require $17,700,000; the Jewish
National Fund $16,600,000.
ASK BULGAR TO STOP
ACTION AGAINST JEWS
New York (JTA)Declaring
that Bulgaria has had ample time
in the two and a half months
since signing an armistice with
the United Nations to take steps
to halt discrimination against
Jews, the American Jewish Com-
mittee this week appealed to the
Governments of the United
States, Great Britain and Russia
"to do everything in their power
towards removing discriminations
still in force against the Jews
and restoring to them their rights
and possessions.'*
DEMAND DEATH FOR
PRO-NAZI BULGARIANS
Sofia (JTA)The Bulgarian
Peoples Court trying members of
the former pro-Nazi governments
were urged this week to impose
the death sentence on ex-Premier
Bogdan Filov, and members of
his cabinet for their persecution
and murder of thousands of Jews.
Demanding the death penalty.
Chief Prosecutor Petrov reviewed
the testimony by many witnesses
concerning the infamous treat-
ment of Jews, and the confisca-
tion of Jewish property and the
deportation of Jews from Mace-
donia and Thrace and declared:
"It is unfortunate that I cannot
bring into court any witnesses
among the deportees, because
they have all been burnt alive."
POST-WAR PROGRAM
TO BE GIVEN BY A. I. C,
The peace and postwar pro-
gram of the American Jewish
Committee will be announced on
Sunday. February 4, at the meet-
ing of the Executive Committee
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee, to be held at the Hotel Wal-
dorf-Astoria in place of the Com-
mittee's thirty-eighth annual
meeting.
WARSAW MAYOR HOST
TO POLISH DELEGATES
Lublin (JTA)The newly ap-
pointed mayor of Warsaw has re-
ceived a delegation of the Cen-
tral Committee of Polish Jews
to which he expressed hb ap-
proval of the committee's efforts
to assist the few Jews surviving
Taitdao qsrroj pajauvqs air m
it was reported here. Temporary
field kitchens have already been
set up to supply hot food to the
near-starved Jews, the report
said.

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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2.
The mamae of Rose Gelzcan.
dnuf.r.iei o: Mr. anc Mrs. Eii Gfci-
man. oi Si. Pf.c.%: _rg, F.a... to
Pirt brad Schweitzer took place
January i* Congrepauor. I oai
Israel as St Petersburi An ep-
tior. ana d-r-r.er ;:-:'*t: *-.e
wnriw
Matron at honor was Mrs. Lil-
bar. Si*rer ar,: Mr Adlei
Lake-wood and :_.:: :r.. acted t.=
best mar. Out-of-town guesbj in-
.-.-:.: Simpkins. of
Camden, N .'. and Mn Lera
G- Asbury Park
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prt; uaU Hien ScJ
Tl t coupk an maku c then
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ther, Mrs. Bess;e Diamond, it
The Brism of the sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Granitttein. Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Baer. and I vl.
and Mrs. Wufred Kabkin took
this week, with Kabbi S. M.
Machtei officiating.
of Mr.
BIRTHS
Lt ar.d Mrs. S. H. Evans, the
::.-::- 1 ian Peretzman, of Mi-
ami Beach, announce the birth
of a Thomas, on Jan-
uary -j at the Biltmoic Hospital,
will take place Sunday,
February 4 at 92<- 15ih St.. Miami
Lt Evans is stationed at
.. City.
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Barg,
Tri Dr., Miami Beach,
birth ol a daughter
PERSONALS
Richard Pollack, son
and Mrs. Leon Pollack. 2508 &
W. 10th St., Kraduated J 26th rrom hcRnicj Huh b
and left that nlsjhj for uauua
ville. where he will continue hu
.tudies m ;h>tt-cture a
University ol Fl rida He I
holder ol a trade wi '"
drafting from rech
Jack Rothberi! and I
Dora Lee, u K
weeks here nl ".'"
Rothbi n I yle Xi>
Sill I. l'.
Marshall \
I), and Wn tax <
s \\
Jai k on VI
an upi ion v
nstein is in N w
York t
for '- suff" rod
Now well on the
Mi
return to the city
-.
M. S Rul.-.. 2420 Flamin-
; 1 :,:.: Beach, has as her
: Springfield, Mass.,
ther-in-law, Mr.
Mn Harry A. Goodman.
.. ... remain about a month.
Mr. and Mn II
man, 1713 Uws. Avi
lii-ach, tv!oli
V, Ihl' |MII> Wi
Wl I!
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inn.i Uc-rsl uiull
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Paul ai
orman wife ol C lu n Hi ward
D. Li en I d in Ihc
Marianna Islam
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B! Jit guests of Mrs. Fanny
Waiiach of 330 W. 47th St.. Mi-
azni Beach, ^re her niece. Miss
Eleaarr Dubin, and Miss Evelyn
Freeman, c.nd Miss Florence
Sa: trier all cf Philadelphia.
Mr i.T.z Mrs Samuel Aron-
F-.r.r. 1307 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach have ii ::.ts house guests
Aronstein's sisters, Mrs. J.
man :'. Chicago, and Mrs.
Albert Wolfe of New York.
Mi i.T.i Mrs. Herbert Shapiro
of Spartanburg, S. C. and their
son Stephen are visiting
Dr Abraham Wolfson. fa-
r : Mn Shapiro, at Miami
Beach Mn Shapiro attended the
Miami Beach High School. Adel-
pbj and graduated from
Columbia University, School of
. Hygiene. Mr. Shapiro is a
aate cf the University of
. .-. Carolina and is in busi-
ness with his father, in Spartan-
burg, S. C. Herbert Shapiro is
e inducted into the Army,
next month. Mrs. Shapiro and her
tl 1 little children will make
then home in Miami Beach for
the duration.
STUDY ART
LAndBca;,*. portrait, fanhlon lllui-
tr&tlnf water color ekttchlns from
teen utt and children-* classes.
Terry School of Fine Art
::00 W. Flajtler St. Phone 2-7139
A Gjod Faculty Makes a Good
School
Mrs. Ben L. Singer, i f Pa
N. J.. is spending a month here
at the home of her brothcr.in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Loon
Kaplan, 2180 s. W. 9th St.
WORLD KNOWN ARTIST
NEXT INJT" SERIES
Molly Picon, world renowned
artist, will be the next feature in
the Inter "Y" Cultural Series.
Miss Picon will appear under the
joint auspices of the Town and
Beach "Ys" at the Miami Beach
Senior High School, Sunday eve-
ning, February 11.
Molly Picon sings, portrays and
impersonates various characters
in her own unique manner and
brings joy to her vast audiences.
Laughter, she describes, as the
spark which ignites both per-
former and audience; the com-
mon bond of theatregoers the
world over
She learned Yiddish in Warsaw
in order to play in New York;
in New York .she acquired French
to play in Paris.
Tickets are available at the re-
spective "Y" offices and are $1.00
for members and 51.50 for non-
members.
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
Continuing his series of talks
on the subject. "Ask the Rabbi,"
Rabbi Samuel H Baron, of Tem-
ple Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdale,
will speak at regular Friday eve-
ning services.
GENERAL PAINTING
BY BEST MECHANICS
Free Estimates Given
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Merchandise
Washington Ae. at 13th St
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
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HOLLYWOOD NOTES
, saws area
:;,,n:v B>.....> Bank. Themem-
pllrtlcjpotinjf were Mrs. J>yl-
, rWke, prewden of the or-
Zuation. Mr Selma Harris.
I Mrs Mi.Hu- Simons and Mrs.
n Kuppei tern. They wew
Hiinrd bj Havman Te Irnan. Her-
man Goldsmith and two tourist
.,......mbei II contemn
tint another trip will be tomom
in thi m ar future.
On Sunday aft" rnoi n F I ruary
I (hi i 'v "' x'\
,. n Center will
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y at thi Mr. and

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but in -a m all
. activitii
Keep on buylntl War Bonds
BLOOD BANK]
"H* MisMii BMch receim*^
station of the Dede^*Tta
Blood Bak. loaueT,tfe
Brothers. Miwni Be*ch. ^2
open Tuesday morninq
ruary and Thurviay miJ;!!
Febru-xr it wa, eSS
by Rudy R. Adler. aSSS
the Bui B'rith Blood J 'S
r. > >v SCUTS
pices the recemng ihUhtTJ
operating. Members of the com
munity are topged to becom.
blood donors and be dm*
UMM two occasionT PW,Bt
Hair Tintinf-Cold Waves-
Facials
All done under careful ncilsji.
el
MISS ULA HARTLEY
and
MISS MARCELLE DE HARVE
LaPrance School
OF BEAUTY CULTURE
rides .--.-
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GIVE BLOOD NOW!
You owe this duty to your
conscienceand to your
country
See
RUDY ADLEB
Tuesday. Feb. 6th
Thursday. Feb. 8th
At Morris Bros.
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Beach Branch Block Bank
NEW METHODS
IN TREATMENT OF
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Where Old and New Friends
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PAGE THREE
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVID R. ISEN
hmrvoM we have spoken to
E c ^hat the Installation Ban-
"^3 one of the smoothest
qUt'nin,.andI most delightfu af-
ES? they have attended ma
W" gZ Hats off to the chair-
of the banquet committee.
Silverwho devoted the
lon* rfthe banquet committee,
ma" 0|uver-*rho devoted the
^tpartofaweekof^i^valu-
Max
go time so that you would have
. nrrfect" evening. Led by Sgt.
BurS Roth, there wasn't a dull
momont from start to finish. It
waTa Brand start for a new year
of greater service to our com-
munity.
Here is wishing President
Harold Turk and Women's Auxil-
Jrf President Dorothy Boren-
Itein success with the "all out
efforts for increased war services
they are now planning.
There was a recent article in
Coronet magazine entitled "Hello
Mom. I'm Home." telling of the
thrills of the returning soldiers
first telephone call to his loved
ones Well, we here in Miami
and Miami Beach are going to
do our part in seeing that an in-
creased number of the hospital-
ized returnees in our town get a
chance to say "Hello Mom, I'm
home."
To accomplish this, the next
affair sponsored by B'nai B'rith.
the Women's Auxiliary and the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, will be the "Nite of Stars"
being arranged by co-chairman
Lee Schubert (The Lee Schubert)
and William Brandt with our own
Dave Phillips as executive chair-
man.
The "Nite of Stars" will be a
gala show put on by the out-
standing talent of all theatrical
world who will be vacationing
here at that time. The show will
take place at the Beach Theatre
on Lincoln Rd. midnight. Wed-
nesday. Feb. 21. All proceeds will
be put into the Heroes' Phone
Fund The theatre, the orchestra.
and the stage hands' services are
all being donated by Paramount
Enterprisesso that all the I
money collected goes into the
fund.
Herbert Schcr. chairman of the
sub-committee for tickets, and
Rudv Adler, sub-chairman of the
entertainment committee, George
J. Tahnnoff and Gus Jacobson and
manv others are giving their time
to make the affair a huge suc-
cess.
Credit for this splendid idea
Wes_to Sergeant Morrie Efron.
formerly connected with the
Schuberts and now stationed here
and the Army and Navy Commit-
tee of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board.
We know that the theav-is
not large enough to accommodate
everyone who will wish to attend
so order your tickets now by
calling the B'nai B'rith office
3-6306.
Things we like to hear: Presi-
dent Harold Turk tells us he gave
a "lift" to two servicemen the
other day and in the course of
conversation mentioned that he
was connected with B'nai B'rith.
He was delighted to hear one of
the men, a non-Jew, say "I've
been stationed all over the coun-
try, and every place I have been
I find that the B'nai B'rith or-
ganization is doing a grand job
for the boys."
Yeswe are getting results.
Personals: Thanks to Mrs. Jen-
nie Gordon and Mrs. Jeanette
Silvcrman for handling the tick-
ets so expertly at the door Sun-
day night Don't forget the
next meeting for both men and
women to be held at Beth David
Svnapoeue Feb. 13. This is one
excellent opportunity for the men
to bring their wives and show
them what they can expect when
they become members of the Wo-
men's Auxiliary.
CULBERTSON TO TALK ELKS AFFAIR NETS $4000
ON POST WAR PLANS FOR MARCH OF DIMES
Tickets to the February 6 lec-
ture of Ely Culbcrtson, interna-
tional bridge expert and author
of a widely-discussed world peace
formula are now on sale in Mi-
ami and Miami Beach.
Culbertson will lecture at the
Miami Senior High school audi-
$4,000 was raised toward the
President's March of Dimes fund
Wednesday night at an affair
given by the Miami Beach Elks
Club. Lee Mason, local radio per-
sonality, acted as master of cere-
monies, and stars of stage and
screen participated. Max M. Sing-
er, chairman of the event, ex-
pressed his appreciation of the
work contributed by co-chairman
D. Lee Powell, his committee, and
the ladies of the Anna Miller
Circle in making the evening a
success.
HEIMAN SPENDS WEEK
END IN DISTRICT MEET
ELY CULBERTSON
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
DONATE TO THE
Blood Bank
The Need Is Great
Absolutely Painless
See
RUDY ADLER
Tuesday. Feb. 6th
Thursday. Feb. 8th
At Morris Bros.
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Beach Branch Blook Bank
torium at 8 p. m., on the subject:
"A Plan for World Settlement."
He will sketch the federation plan
set forth in his recent book.
Total Peace," with emphasis on
a world police force selected on
the "quota force" principle.
The lecture is under the spon-
sorship of the Miami section of
the National Council of Jewish
Women. Proceeds will be devoted
to the council's non-sectarian re-
lief and Americanization work
among new citizens and prospec-
tive citizens.
Louis Heiman, third vice presi-
dent of the Fifth District B'nai
B'rith, spent last weekend in |
Augusta, Ga. He attended execu-'
tive sessions of the Fifth District
general committee, as well as the [
Hillel Council, of which he is
local chairman.
Rabbi Judah P. Cahn, assistant
national Hillel chairman, was
present for the sessions, and ad-
dressed the public iniation of the
Augusta lodge Sunday evening.
It was announced that the na-
tional membership enrollment of
the B'nai B'rith order was 131.-
919, and that the Ladies' Auxili-
ary had reached 48,943 at the end
of 1944. District membership at
the end of last year showed 9.755
an increase of 635 over the pre-
vious year.
.Hi.
Sift
TuGUST BROS RyE
IS theDtSI
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Edward T. Newman
ANNOUNCES HIS ASSOCIATION
WITH THE
KING FUNERAL HOME
206 S. W. 8TH STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
The only Jewish person licensed by the State Board of
Funeral Directors 8c Embalmers for Florida
HOMEIER TAKES LEAD
IN THEATER PICTURES
"Tomorrow The World!" A
movie filled with suspense,
drama, pathos and one which
Drew Pearson has said "is the
hit picture of 1945" will open
Tuesday, February 8 for a week's
run at the Capitol, Lincoln and
Miami Theaters.
Skippy Homeier takes the lead
and portrays the malicious prob-
lem child indoctrinated with Naz-
ism brought to this country to
make his home with a typical
American family. The story deals
with the attempts to wean from
this youth the hateful Nazi phil-
osophy with which he has become
imbued.
Highly recommended by all
who have previewed the picture,
"TomorrowThe World!" will
make film history and will set
the style for the educational pro-
gram to be used in the post-war
world, reviewers stated.
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help preserve Democracy.
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THE INIMITABLE
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IN A PROGRAM OF
SONGS AND CHARACTER IMPERSONATIONS
Sunday Evening, Feb. 11th at 8:30
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1945
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MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1945
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VOLUME 18 NUMBER 5
Mctey Confidential
SERVICE
Receiving the plaudits of one and all is the energy ex-
pended by the B'nai B'rith Blood Bank Committee. Endless
hours have been spent in awakening members of the com-
munity to this all-important cause. Apathy showed by Dade
Countians has been shoved aside by the salesmanship and
aggressiveness of this committee. Not waiting for blood donors
to come to the Bank, this group goes out af;er them, arranges
for their contribution, and follows up to see they are on the job
as promised.
Outstanding in this endeavor is Rudy R. Adler. Never
content to sit idle with so much in civic life to be accomplished,
Rudy has consistently achieved results thought to be out of
reach. Largely through his efforts, and that of his committee,
after a year of perseverance, a receiving station of the Dade
County Blood Bank was established on Miami Beach at Morris
Brothers. More than 200 donors have made their blood con-
tributions in the four times the Beach receiving station has been
open since its inception.
With this leadership, the B'nai B'rith Committee has ex-
ceeded all records for organizations and individuals, both in
number and in amount of blood. It is a record to be proud of.
The results are appreciated that much more when we know
that the Bank supplies blood to military hospitals for the use
of wounded returnees. They have given so much, and we are
asked to do so little! Become a blood donornow!
LET THERE BE LIGHT
The action of the State Department in easing out Herbert
C. Pell from his place on the War Crimes Commission will not
add to its stature. Coming so soon after the similar vacation
from his post of Lord Cecil Hurst in England, questions are
bound to be raised whether the appeasement influences do not
yet hover too much in some of the prominent circles.
The State Department declares that Mr. Pell will not return
to London to serve on the War Crimes commission because
of a lack of money. Mr. Pell himself says this statement of the
State Department is "damned nonsense," that he is willing and
has offered to serve without pay. Very plainly the State De-
partment is not anxious to have the German war criminals
tried for crimes committed against German Jews.
The question of the trial of these Nazi mass murders is not
one of vengeance, although, if ever revenge was justified, it is
in their case. But the need for their trial goes beyond this.
Fundamentally their trial is demanded that the whole story of
the terrible atrocities may be made plain to the whole world.
The deeds of the Nazi beasts must be brought to light and
those agencies which are trying to prevent the trials of the
Nazis are doing no less than seeking to prevent the full ex-
posure of the Nazi crimes.
Now and then, we hear complaints that our soldiers have
no adequate comprehension of what they are fighting about.
How can our soldiers know what they are fighting for, if the
Nazi deeds are not brought to light?
FRIENDS OF TELSHE YESHIVA SPONSOR A
Testimonial Dinner
HONORING
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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
RABBINICAL COLLEGE OF TELSHE
TUESDAY, FEB. 6th, 6:30 O'CLOCK
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707 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
INTERESTING SPEAKERS MUSICAL PROGRAM
Public Welcome For Reservations Call
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TO 8E FEB. 21ST
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defrays expenses of calls home
bv convalescing soldiers the idea
crew in concept until the NmlH
of Stars" idea was launched.
At the luncheon wile Shubert.
Brandt, Hoke Welch, managing
editor of The News: James Le
Gate, peneral manager ol \\IOlJ.
Capt. Luther Kohr, public
tions officer of the AAF rfBional
and Ci nvalcscent hospitals. Mi-
ami district; Sgt. Efron, B
.--on, Herbert Scher, Dave I
lips, hum Phillips, Gus Jacob-
Rudv Adler. Jo Ru and
George Talianoff.
Plans call for the i
m< nl of ii' kel
i i each hotels ai i y lo-
cations in Miami. Whili I <:< :
will be marked at a nominal rate
ol $1 to $4 plus tax,
many
times tin ir fact value for
tegic locations in the 1,614-seat
theater. Locations at which tick-
ets may be purchased will be an-
nounced later.
PROF. EDWARD CLARKE
TO BE SPINOZA GUEST
Prof. Edward Clarke, of the
University of Miami will review
Catherine Drinker Bowen's book:
"Friends and Fiddlers," at the
Spinoza Forum, this Saturday
afternoon, 3 p. m., under the
canopy, on the lawn of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th
St., between Collins Ave. and
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Dur-
ing the months of February and
March the Spinoza Forum will
also have lectures, every Tuesday
evening, at 8 p. m. The lectures
will be given by Dr. Morris
Schnccr of New York and Prof.
Benjamin H. Breakstone of the
Chicago Medical School. The
topic of the first lecture bv Prof.
Breakstone is "What Surgery Has
Done For Mankind?"
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GIVE NOWSEE
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Tuesday. Feb. 6th
Thursday. Feb. 8th
At Morris Bros.
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
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121 FIFTH STREET MIAMI BEACH
If you want Bugs, that's your business
If ycu don't, that's ours
RUMIOATION
FUMIGATION
TERMITE CONTROL
RODENT CONTROL
,.M..TH ''ROOFINO
MILDEW PROOFING
_______By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
EDITORIALETTE ...
Statistics proving that anti-Semitic charge* are lies cut
from the whole cloth proved of no arail against the Hitlerit.
propaganda in Germany ... Yet Justice Frank Murphy, chair,
man of the National Committee against the Persecution of Jews
in a recent article calls lor the circulation of "sober hate!
quenching facts in every American home, farm, factory, union
shop and school, in the press and on the air" ... But defensive
arguments merely produce argumentation What is needed
is an offensive against the anti-Semitic underminers of demo-
cracy .
YOU SHOULD KNOW .
One of America's best-known labor leaders will soon be
proceeding to England to commit British labor to an aggressive
policy against the growth of anti-Semitism A court martial
of a naval medical officer will make the headlines in the near
future ... It will open up a number of suppressed cases of anti-
Semitism in naval and civilian medical circles Charles Van
Devander and William O. Player, Jr., whose "Washington
Memo'' is read in many cities;, report that inside the lobby of
the Claypool Hotel, the hostelry that houses the committee
headquarters of the Indiana Republican Party, a liquor store
flaunts the following red, white and blue sign: "This establish-
ment is 100 per cent AmericanBuy AmericanTalk American
i Act American" .
ZIONIST NEWS .
Sir Clifford Heathcote-Smith, touring Jewish refugee camps
in Italy, promises these homeless people refuge in practically
any countryexcept Palestine Viccount Gort and Sir Ed-
ward Gngg, two gentlemen who advocate the maintenance of
the White Paper, recently lunched with Dr. Weizmann in his
Rehovoth home Did they discuss the limitation of Jewish
\ immigration into Palestine to 1500 a month? This limitation
' means that the White Paper, far from being suspended for
the duration, is very much in force Rabbi A. Lelyvelt and
the Rev. Richard Evans are touring California as an interfaith
pro-Zionist speaking team Rabbi Abba H. Silver's support-
ers in New York have been trying in vedn to open an office
for Zionist action There's absolutely no office space to be
gotten .
THIS AND THAT .
Some years before the wax Paul Claudel was the French
Ambassador to Washington One of France's most distin-
guished Catholic laymen, he wrote vigorous essays against
anti-Semitism But during the Nazi occupation of Paris his
play "Soulier de Satin" (The Satin Slipper)) was the rage of the
theatrical season, with Gestapo dignitaries filling the loges
nightly How come? Orson Welles, in his brand-new
syndicated column "Orson Welles' Almanac," tells us that it
was Cecil B. DeMille, the Hollywood director, who invented
the Fascist salute ... In his silent film "The Eternal City" he
introduced that stiff-armed gesture to Caesar The House
Mission Council of North America reports, in its monthly,
Christian Approach, that there are 1C0.0OO Jews who have en-
tered the Christian church ... It is almost impossible for any
foster parents, no matter how desirable, to adopt a Jewish
child these days ... It seems that scores of wealthy childless
couples are awaiting their turn for such a chance .
WE'RE TELLING YOU .
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise have both been instructed
by their physicians to take it easybut they're burning the
midnight oil, refusing to relinquish any of their multiple com-
munal activities Chicago's Rabbi Solomon Goldman, who
has been a sick man for many months, is now fully recovered
and busy writing a major work on religion Four young
ruobis are helping him with his research work Watch out
or a novel short film called "New Americans" Among its
eatured actors is none other than Professor Albert Einstein ..
Judge Jonah J. Goldstein, who presides over a special court
dealing with juvenile offenders, had a distinguished visitor in
nis court the other day She was Mrs. F. D.and after
hihl in aClin she Praised W" methods very
ABOUT PEOPLE .
rvi ^ueJ Ams,erdQm. whose brainchild. "Rum and Coca-
hi L-,f f l become ,he Year'8 most popular song, says
surprised that the tune is a hitsince it is a
isnt at all
1-710$. W.UtkAV.MIAMH
Lra. J.J4J/J
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
Mrs. Max Rein-
genius of the Euro-
WE OfTICIAlii REPRESENT
THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN
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nSmT'atl0T? f an old Iewish melody
Sean ?* SW' widow of la1 *
bte Hniieatre'7l11 6,cured in a superfeature by one of the
me nrpir Producers ProgresT report: Monica Lewis,
aeES TUng suiger to whon we directed your attention
We .X ,K YearS go' ta now marbling for Chesterfield .
Jr*. oc5aElon l<> remind vou that she is the daughter
of
nowT'^B,oom ol S^^.TKiWJSK
He taTar'f,pages wil1 headline the name of Alan Fischl
City N Y l 2"y0ar'o,d son Dr. A. A. Fischl of Long Island
pect tohnvf,- 6Xpe',s consider him the greatest tennis pros-
1__ COme alona sin<:e William Tilden.
H. M'AMI SECTION
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
Presents FLY CULBERTSON On
THE PLAN FOR WORLD SETTLEMENT*'
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PAGE FIVE
SS^WMAN TALKS
^B JEWISH CENTER
l"*' Tiii hp civen by the prorru-
"df'PaesUnan Artist. BiM
nent ^al"l"the Miami Beach
Newmh8(!entcr. 1415 Euclid Ave..
lv February 5.
d The lecture will review-the
ik nf Art Theater, and Arch-
tt ^Palestine doriM the
El twenty-f.ve years New_
JS8 ^ve'abo^thirty of his
J
ELIAS NEWMAN
water colors on exhibit. These
were painted in Palestine and in
the United States.
Newman has lived in Palestine
for many years, and is known as
One of the most sensitive paint-
ers of Palestinian scenes." He was
art director of the Palestine
Pavilion at the New York World's
Fair, and is the author of "Art in
Palestine." His works have been
on exhibit in many cities of the
United States, Europe and Pales-
tine, and his paintings have been
acquired by museums of Balti-
more, San Francisco and Denver,
and his work is represented in
manv private collections in the
United States, Palestine and Eu-
| rope.
Sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education, the lecture and
exhibit will be free and open to
the public.
DEBBiTlN MEETING ON
TUESDAY, S. W. 3RD ST.
Debbs B'Nai B'Rith Young Wo-
men, will hold their regular meet-
ing Tuesday i venine at their new
meeting place, Schaarei Zedek
Talmud Torah. 1545 S. W. 3rd St.
IS^KL y?i, BEGIN FOSTER HOME IS BEING
AT BEACH YON FEB. 4 SOUGHT FOR BOY OF 9
According to Jack P. Marash.
executive director of the YM &
WHA of Miami Beach, this year's
Greater Miami Open Table Ten-
nis Tournament will far surpass
last year's event. Entries for the
tournament are coming in rapidly
and it is indicated that more
than fifty players will participate
in the competition.
The tournament will be held
Sunday, February 4, at the "Y"
building, 1 Lincoln Road. Two
events will be contestedmen's
-rie'ps and women's singles.
Winners in the men's division
will receive a gold medal and
gain a leg on the Zukernick cup.
in the women's division, in addi-
ion to a gold medal, the winner
will receive the Adler trophy.
Last year's champions were Allan
Kaycs and Sally Mantell, respec-
tively.
It is expected that Miss Man-
tell will defend her championship
and attempt to gain a second leg!
>n the trophy. In order to gain
permanent possession, the cham-
pionship must be won three
times.
Tne tournament has been sanc-
tioned by the U. S. Table Tennis
Association, which means that
competitors will be eligible for
national and state ranking. En-
trants may become members
when they file their entry blanks.
The entry fee for the tournament
is 50c for civilians and is waived
for service folk.
EDWARD T. NEWMAN
IS NOW WITH KING'S
Edward T. Newman this week
announced his association with
the King Funeral Home serving
Greater Miami. Newman, the son
of Mrs. Freda Newman, has been
a resident of Miami Beach for a
number of years, his family being
active in local communal life.
The King Funeral Home, lo-
cated at 206 S. W. 8th St.. is one
of the oldest undertaking estab-
lishments in the city.
HADASSAH WILL GIVE
LUNCHEON ON FEB. 12
The annual Youth Aliyah
donor luncheon will be given by
the Miami Chapter of Hadassah
Monday Feb. 12, 12:30 p. m. at
Ciro's, 1827 Alton Road, Miami
Beach. Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, chair-
man of the affair urges early re-
servations as space is limited,
to be obtained by calling Mrs.
Samuel Sapiro 5-5256, Mrs. Harry
Platoff 5-0163, Mrs. Harold B.
Spaet 6-2012.
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Low Interest Rates
Small Monthly
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No Loan Fees
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IT WILL PAY YOa
TO INVESTIGATE
A foster home is being sought
by the Children's Service Bureau
for a nine year old boy whose
mother must work and is unable
to provide a home for him. The
boy has had many changes in
places of living and in schools
and shows the effect of this. The
Children's Service Bureau feels
he needs the continued affection-
ate of a family to help him be
happy and grow into an adjusted
and useful adult.
The boy is attractive, intelli-
gent, responsive and has many
interests. Yet he has difficulties
in getting along with himself and
with others. Probably a sym-
pathetic, companionable foster
father would mean a lot to this
boy who has never enjoyed the
normal affection and give and'
take of family life.
The Children's Service Bureau
cares for children who are denied
a homclife with their own ,
families because of the death, ill- :
ness or separation of their par- ;
ents. Such children must relv on .
"sul stitute" homes to provide for ,
them the understanding and af- j
fection which make up family I
life. The Bureau must relv en the
response of Dade County families
to give these children their
chance for security and happi-
ness.
The chief requirements for a
foster home are that everyone in
the family want the child and
that an effort will be made to
understand the personality of the
child and his interests, his am-
bitions, his problems, his fears.
The Children's Service Bureau
will furnish further details of
what its like to be foster parents
and will tell you all it knows
about the child. In turn it will
ask to become acquainted with
the foster family fee'ing that by
knowledge on both sides the most
successful placement possible can
be made.
The Bureau will continue to
help the foster parents, the child
and the child's parent after the
placement is made in an effort
to help the process of adjustment.
The Bureau, a Community War
Chest Agency, pays a definite
monthly amount for the child and
covers the exoenscs of clothing,
medical and dental care.
The Bureau pleads for the re-
sponse of a family who. though
realizing there is work and worry
in caring for an alert and difficult
nine year old, will see through
to the joy and satisfaction in giv-
ing him the experience of whole-
some, affectionate, understanding
family life.
For more information call Miss
Ruth Butcher. Director. Chil-
dren's Service Bureau. 1?7 N. W.
Second St. Telephone 2-3166.
B.Z.B. HELD MEETING AT
MISS AUGUST'S HOME
B.Z.B., B'Nai B'Rrith Girls,
held their combined meeting and
pot-luck supper Wednesday eve-
ning at the home of their presi-
dent, Miss Beverly August. 447
S. W. 28th Rd.
Misses Carol Aronovitz. Ber-
nice Kostoff and Barbara Weiner
were presented as new members.
BALLANTINE'S
ALE C
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DISTRIBUTED riY
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London Arms
Hotel
727 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Finest Kosher Cuisine
Open to the Public
Phone 5-1264
PHILIP STEIR
Wishes to announce to his
host of friends that he now
owns and operates the
Blackstone Pharmacy
at
850 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-4925
He will carry a full line of
Parke & Davis. Lilly.
Squibb. Lederle. Abbott
and Upjohn Vitamins and
dispensing medicines. Asso-
ciated with him in the Rx
department is
JACK LEON JABLO
a graduate of the Pittsburgh
College of Pharmacy.
A pharmacist with 12 years
of experience
VISIT OUR MODERN
SODA FOUNTAIN AND
LUNCHEONETTE
PHILIP STETA
AND BILL ENGEL
Owners
LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE.
No. 15746.
In Re: KSTATB OF nESMOND B.
HAT8. A/K/A DE8 HATS De-
ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Agalaat
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present ay
claims and demands which you. e*
either of you. may have against the
estate of DESMOND B. HAY8, A/K/A
DIC8 HAYS deceased late ef Dad*
County, Florida, to the Hon. W. P.
lilanton. County Judge of Dad* Ceun-
ly, nnd file the name In his otflee la
the County Courthouse In Dade Coua-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the flr*t
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mnnrts to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to l>e sworn t*
and presented as aforesaid, or sain*
Will be barred. See Section 120 *f the
1933 I'robat* Act.
Date January 2. A.D. 1945.
Ml III AM MASK HATS
As Executrix of the I,ast Will
nnd Testament of dksmund B.
HAYS. A/K'A DICS HAYS. D*-
ceased
MAX It SI I.VKit.
Attorney for Executrix.
1/12-19-26 2/2
NOTICE IS IIKI'.KIIV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engiigo
in business under the ficltltloua name
of JACK Itl'llAKI) DISTRIBUTING
CO., 46 N. W. 1st Street. Miami. Fla.,
intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dae*
County. Florid i.
B. I.ANDY
SILVER. KAPLAN DIETS,
Attorneys for Applicants
1/12-19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag*
in business under the fictitious Basse
of HEI.ENE HOTEL, at 1030 15ta
Street. Miami Beach, Florida, Intends
to register the said name with the
Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County. Florida.
______ ROSE COHEN
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant.
1/12-19-28 2/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN _
the undersigned, desiring to engag*
In business under the fictitious nans*
of WOODY'S RESTAURANT at 13H
Washington Avenue, Miami Beaoa.
Florida Intend to register said nans*
with the Clerk of the Circuit Osurt
of Dade County, Florida.
JACK EISENSTAT
FRANK S. KAGAN
MURRAY DOUCHK1
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for applicants.
1/19-28 2/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag* I*
business under the fictitious name
of TICONA MERCANTILE CO. at
I 343 S. W. N. River Dr.. Miami. Fla.
j Intends to register said name wittt
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida.
HARRY TISCHI.ER
KATE TISCHI.ER
SILVER. KAPLAN DIETZ
Attorneys for Applicants
1/19-26 2'2-9-16
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V Water
DELIVERED TO TOUR NOME
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY G
the undersigned, desiring
II business under the fictl
of BUFFET LUNCH at 16
St.. Miami. Florida Intends
-aid name with the Clerk
I cult Court of Dade County
NATHAN
NETTIE C
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
1/26 2/2-9-16-23
IVEN that
to engage
tious name
W. Flagler
to register
of the Clr-
. Florida.
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IRENE GOODMAN
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Maae From rreah Orangoa
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the under.dgned. desiring to engage In
lu-siness under the fictitious name of
The Standard Detective Bureau at
Miami. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HENRY MILLER
1/W 2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of MAGIC CITY BOTTLE AND SUP-
PLY, at 222 Northwest 27th Street.
Miami. Florida, Intend* to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Pade Count v Florida.
ISAAC EMMER
MTERS HEIMAN
Attornevs for Applicant.
1/19-26 J/2-9-U_____________________
1totice_i8hereby OrVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the HcUtlous name
of THE LAWRENCE APARTMENTS
at 642 N. E. 82nd Street. Miami. Flor-
I In Intend to register said name wltn
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County. jg$fc!BfCK FRIEDMAN
FRVCER FRIEDMAN
MTERS HEIMAN
Attornevs for applicants
1/19-26 2/2-9-16______________
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned. deFlrlns; to engnge in
bu.|-. unde- the fictitious name of
HPK'S PLACE at 3386 Douglas Road.
C conut Grove. Miami Fla. Intends
to rer'ster sal I name with the CJerB or
he Circuit Court of Dad* County.
Kl"r,l,a h-vpY STROT.K1,
FVVEN MICH*El SON
SUVER. KAPLAN DEITZ
Attornevs for Applicants
?'2-9-1*-23 3/2
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 38767
Notice Is hereby given that Horace
K. Hays holder of Everglades Drain-
age District Tax Certificate Numbered
9240, dated the 1st dav of June. A.D.
1942. has filed said Certificate la my
office, and has made application for
tnx deed to Issue thereon In accord-
ance with law. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated In Dade County. Flor-
ida, to-wlt:
Lots 1 & 2. Block 1, Amended Plat
of Granada Place, a Resub., Plat
Book 13. Page SI. In the County of
Dade. State -of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate issued was la
the name of Jennie V. S. Robertson.
Unless said Certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 21st day of
February, A.D. 1945.
Dated this 17th day of January,
A- D- 1945" E. B. LEXTHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(Circuit Cotrt Seal)
Bv L M JOHNSON D. C.
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslened. desl-lng to engage la
business under the fictitious nnme ot
PETER PAN VILLAS at Miami
Bench. Fla. Intends to reerlster said
name with the Herk o' the Circuit
f'ourt of Dade Conntv. Florida.
HARRY KAYE
BETTY K-VYE
JOK RUBIN
ROSA RUBIN
2/2-9-16-U 3/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the fictitious name of
ROSFLLE HOTEL at Miami Beach.
Fla. Intends to register said nam*
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court *f
Dade Countv F"n-ld->.
HARRT KATE
BUTTY KATE
ROSA RUBIN
?/2--16-23 3/2
NOTICE IS HFREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
business under the r|et*tlous name of
BOARDWALK SHOPPE at I704-S
Ocean Drive Miami Beach. Fla. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Flo-Ma.
EDWARD BEZARK
2/2-9-U-M S/I_______________________
NOTICE 18 HEREBT OrVEN that
the undersigned desiring to en-raaa la
business under tie fictitious nam* of
R. & L. CROCKERY at 1S16 N. B.
2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida Intend to
"erlster ssld name with th* Clerk Of
he Circuit Court of Dad* County,
Florida.
LOUIS ROSMAN
BfRNARn t.VTT
DIANA COOPKRSM1TH
Attorney for Applicants.
2/2-9-16-23 J/2

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* Jewish ncridrte/L
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1945
TESTIMONIAL DINNER
TO BE GIVEN PINCUS
A testimonial dinner honoring
Rabbi Philip Pincus will be given
by local friends of the Rabbinical
College of Telshe, of which the
rabbi is executive director. The
dinner will cater to tourists, and
will be held at the London Arms
Hotel Tuesday, February 6. start-
ing at 8:30. Abraham Sachs will
be chairman of the affair, and
will introduce prominent local
and visiting rabbis and guests.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be toast-
master.
Rabbi Aaron Ashinsky, of Pitts-
burgh, and Rabbi I. Ginsburg, of
Denver, will bring greetings.
Cantor Maurice Mamches of Beth
PIONEER WOMEN WILL
HOLD ANNUAL PARTY
Pioneer Women's Organization
of Greater Miami announces
their annual donor jamboree has
been set for the middle of March.
Proceeds will go to the Working
Women's Council for Palestine.
Mrs. Miriam Glngoid was the
main speaker at a Chamisha Asar
Beshvat celebration of the or-
ganization last Monday at the
home of Mrs. D. Friedman. 1030
Washington Ave. Mrs. Henry
Seitlin acted as chairman. Pro-'
ceeds of the affair will go to the
Jewish National Fund for the
purchase of trees.
NEW BEACH CHAPTER
OF B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS
Jacob Congregation and Cantor I.
Gortzenhoff of Brooklyn will ren-
der musical selections.
Rabbi Pincus will deliver the
main address of the evening and
will discuss the work of the wide-
ly-known rabbinical seminary
formerly situated in Europe and
for the past three years in Cleve-
land. Active in national Jewish
life, Rabbi Pincus has served as ]
vice president of the Chicago
Mizrachi.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mr. Sachs at 3-0952 or
2-6911.
A new Miami Beach chapter of
B'nai B'rith Girls' was organized
January 29 by sixteen young wo-
men, aged 15-18, who met for this
purpose Monday night at the
home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle. 1710
Lenox Ave. Miss Edith Shulman
presided.
MANY PEOPLE PRESENT
AT M. B. ZIONIST MEET
More than 1,000 people were
at a public meeting of the Miami
Beach Zionist District last Mon-
day evening and heard 15-year-
old oratorical prodigy Norman
Grutman discuss the idealistic
and practical viewpoints of pre-
sent day youth and its attitude
toward the post-war world. He
discussed opportunities facing the
youth of today as compared to
that of yesterday and stressed the
need for present day leadership's
being far-sighted to avoid more
war which will become the re-
sponsibility of youth, with whose
future it plays such havoc.
Leslie Balough Bain, interna- j
tionally-known author on foreign I
affairs discussed "Palestine and
the Far East," relating incidents
of his recent trip abroad as for-
eign correspondent. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman was chairman of the
evening and Cantor Maurice
Mamches entertained with musi-1
cal selections.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg.'
grandparents of Grutman. were!
hosts to the gathering following
the meeting.
O'ROURKE SPEAKS ON
RELATIONS_WITH L-A.
"It is my belief that "is ex-
tremely important for the re 1 a
tionship of this area and that ot
its neighbor. Latin .America, o
be kept "neighborly" in the true
sense of t n e ,
word." Andrew
O'Kourke. man-
a^ing director of
the Urmey Ho-
tel, stated. "As I
the gate-ways of |
the Americas, it)
is necessary for |
us to go out Of;
our way to cater |
to this all-im-
portant phase of
traffic, creating
business and
good-will for our community.
Following this policy. Mr.
O'Rourke has set aside 50 of tne
116 rooms in his hotel for Latin-
American guests. More than 3.SUU
have already been guests during
their stay in Miami at the Urmey.
Mr. O'Rourke is intcr-national
president of the Hotel Greeters;
Association, now embarking on;
an expansion program throughout j
the country, fostering a program
of weeklv meetings of the local j
memberships of the hotels in
which employees and operators
become better acquainted and to-
gether discuss their problems.
The object, as Mr. O'Rourke sees
it. is to create a program of co-
operation instead of competitive-
ness.
YOUTH TAKES PART IN
RALLY FOR PRESIDENT
Norman Grutman, who is visit-
ing here with his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg. |
1100 14th St.. Miami Beach, took!
part in a President's rally at the ,
Netherlands Hotel. The youthful I
orator addressed the gathering on
behalf of the infantile paralysis
drive, toward which 51,200 was
raised.
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PARADE!
Pfc Stanley Scher will leave
. vi-i-iv night after having
M'aTa erf day furlough here
255 his wrenS. Mr. and Mrs
Art Scher, 2150 S. W. 13th
Eflfc 8&. who is attached
tofhe U. S. Army Engineers, has
L completed three months of
Ed?training at Fort Belvorr.
f, and following his leave, wil
Sort (or duty at his new post
at Fort Pierce, Fla.
M M. Aronstein. Machinist
Mate 1 c, foimorly stationed in
Miami at the Opa Locka Naval
na.(. ^ now on duty overseas in
tl,c Admiralty Islands.
Sgt. Benjamin B. Cassell, Mi-
ami is returning home on rota-
tion from the Fifth Army front in
Italy alter -ili months overseas.
Cassell, a mine school instruc-
tor and Dlatoon sergeant, entered
the Army in August. 1941; has
participated in the North African
and Italian campaigns.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
Cassell. live at 1145 N. W.
Eighth Ave. A brother, Vernon.
is in the Coast Guard.
Lt iSershon Miller, 25, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Miller. 825
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, has
been overseas since October, 1943,
as flight control officer with the
Eighth AAF in England.
Lt. Miller, whose parents have
lived in Miami two years, is a
graduate of Stevens Institute of
Technology, Hoboken. N. Y.,
where he studied engineering. He
entered service in June, 1941.
I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S
CALENDAR
Monday:
JJisrusslon Group, 8 p. m.. Miami
Bonrh YM & YIIA, Chaplain Carl I.
Miller.
Tunday:
Face Facts
Georg J. Talianoff
Executive Director A.D.L.
RED CROSS COMMITTEE
TALKS TO APPLICANTS
A personnel recruitment com-
mittee from Southeastern Area,
American Red Cross arrived here
January 28 from Atlanta to in-
terview applicants for paid over-
seas and dometic positions. A
critical need for Red Cross per-
sonnel has resulted from greatly
increased military demands for
Rod Cross services, local chapter
officials said.
Interviews will be held from
9 a. m. to 9 p. m. through Feb-
ruary 2. and the morning of Feb-
Cluilr rehearsal. 8 p. m.. Miami Beach t-iinrv 3 Persons ripsirinp inter
Jewish Community Center. 1415 Eu- rujrv X! S. ^, i /- .
as a writer, commended the posi-
tive efforts of Miami Beach in
providing for the comfort of re-
turning veterans. Drew Pearson
congratulated Miami Beach for its
work on behalf of its servicemen
as manifested by the various
projects mentioned herein.
The public spirited citizens re-
sponsible for these patriotic pro-
grams are not resting on their
laurels. A committee headed by
Dave Phillips will sponsor a
"Night of Stars" on the eve of
Washington's birthday to raise
$25,000 for the Heroes Phone
Fund. This should prove to be
one of the most successful en-
deavors ever embarked upon in
this area.

We saw a preview of the film
version of the powerful stage play
"Tomorrow The World" which is
to be shown in the Greater Miami
Area commencing February 8. An
absorbing story of a democratic
Sgt. Julian L. Friedman. 761
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, is
on duty with a heavy bombing
outfit in England. Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel W. Friedman, Miami
Beach.
did Ave.. Cantur Emanuel Barkan.
Wednesday:
Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. m. Mi-
ami Beach YM & YIIA: Study Group,
"The Rcconstructlonlst Movement."
8 p. m.. Miami Bench YM & WHA.
Chaplain Saul Kraft.
Friday:
Sabbath Services. 8 p. m.. Chaplain
Saul Kraft. Miami Beach YM *
WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller.
Polnclana Hotel. 1655 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach; JWB Ones Shabbat.
refreshments served by hostesses
from the Miami Beach Service Lea-
Ke: Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky.
a pel No. 3. Boca Raton Field;
JWB Ones Shabbat, refreamenU
served by hostesses from the Miami
Service League.
Satarday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m.. Miami
Beach YM & WHA, refreshments
served by Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Servicemen's dance. 8 m.. Mi-
ami YM ft YWHA. 1667 S. W. 6th
St.. refreshments served by Miami
Service League.
Bandart
Servicemen's Dane*. p. m.. Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center, re-
freshments served by senior
hostesses.
LT. COL. DREISEN HERE i try in action.
FOR VISIT WITH FOLKS
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Pfc. Samuel Epstein. 26. of
Mattapan, Mass. In France, first
about a month after D day. and
then again late in October. Pvt.
Epstein has been cited for gallan-
views may contact Dade County
Red Cross porsonnel office. 275
N. W. 2nd St., telephone 3-477.
Men between 30 and 50 are
needed for assistant field direc-
tors to counsel and assist service-
men on personal problems, plan
recreation and help keep morale
high. Men between 35 and 50.
experienced in managing hotels
and clubs are wanted for club
directors.
Openings for women both over-
seas and domestic, are listed as
follows: hospital social workers
and case work supervisors. 35 to
45; hospital recreation workers.
25 to 40; recreation workers for
ablebodied troops, 25 to 35: staff
aides, 23 to 45. should have ex-
perience or training social work,
volunteer or professional.
Needs for women overseas only
include club directors, 35 to 45;
personal service directors. 30 to
45, social work background re-
quired; staff assistants, 24 to 35,
experience in recreation field
helpful; stenographers, 23 to 35
years.
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KILLED IN ACTION
Pvt. Siqmund Lakner, 38. of
New Brunswick, N. J. In France.
Last week, Phineas J. Biron, in
referring to the employment of
Joe McWilliams, the notorious
anti-Semite, by a large Chicago
firm doing essential war work,
reported that the company's pres-
ident, William H. Regnery has "a
liking" for McWilliams.
There, however, is a great deal
more to the McWilliams-Regnery
story. The former Bund leader's
association with the president of
the large mid-west concern
prompted rumors that Mr. Regn-
ery was anti-Semitic. Newspapers
recalled his affiliation with the
now disbanded American First
Committee as well as his isola-
tionist sentiment.
When it became known that
Mr. Regnery was chairman of ; Xrnerican famiVs'effort "to wean
the Board of the Central National a Nazi-indoctrinated youngster
Bank, Jewish directors, em-i from his hatefui philosopy. the
ployees and many depositors of Dicture should set many of us
the bank were among those who thinking We are sure you will
demanded that charges of anti- ; agrce that cvcrv American, voung
Semitism be proved before given and old should view this film,
credence.
ADL inquiries disclosed that'
there was no positive evidence j
that Mr. Regnery was anti- j
Semitic; that he insisted that he
was not and cited many Jewish
associations; and that he had had i
associations with people regarded .
as anti-Semites, although he as- I
serted that he did not know that
these people were engaged in
anti-Semitic activities.
Said Mr. Regnery, "I regret
deeply the circumstances that my
name has been coupled with anti-
Semitism and the proponents of
this insidious and un-American
doctrine ... I repudiate them and
their whole theory that seeks to
set apart the Jewish group for
attack ... I shall try in the
future to avoid all semblance of
contact with this subversive gos-
pel and will do all I can to rectify
the misunderstanding that has
arisen."
McWilliams' services were
terminated and in a release to
the press, Mr. Regnery stated, "I
consider Joe McWilliams in a
class with Gerald L. K. Smith.
To me, such race-baiting de-
magogues and provokers of re-
ligious antagonisms are destruc-
tive to American citizenship .
Only when one ignores racial and
Pfc. Harris H. LescOTits. 21. of
Roxbury, Mass. The Mediter-1 religious origins and treats each
Lt. Col. Anson I. Dreisen. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dreisen.
1676 James Ave., Miami Beach,
arrived here this week after an
absence of 24 years and is spend-
ing a 30-day leave with his par-
ents.
Considered one of the youngest
lieutenant colonels in the army,
at the aee of 28. he has been in
service five years. A reserve of-
ficer prior to his enlistment, he
has been in Iceland for the past
18 months. He is adjutant gen-
eral at the Iceland base command.
Originally he went to Iceland as
a member of the field artillery,
but subsequently transferred to
the permanent base command
there.
Pvt. Daniel Farber. 23, of Los
Angeles, Cal. In Italy.
Cpl. Joseph A. Fisher, 21. of
Los Angeles, Cal In Italy, after
cleaning out an enemy machine
gun nest
Lt Howard L. Frohman, 28. of
New Haven, Conn. At Anzio, by
a land mine.
Pvt David Gelbart 27, of Chi-
cago. III. In France.
Pfc. Israel N. Gelfand. 24. of
Brooklyn. At St. Lo. Awarded the
Purple Heart.
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Pt. William Chaiken. 20 of Mi-
ami Beach, Fla. In Germany, by
an exploding mine. Purple Heart.
Lt. Seliq J. A'kon. 20, of Rox-
nurv. Mas. Over the Mediter-
ranean. Air Corps navigator, he
ho ds the Air Medal and Purple
Heart.
Staff Sat. David W. Fridenstlne.
. of Elyria, O. Over Czecho-
slovakia, while bombing Nazi-
held cilfields at Brux. He is a
*aist gunner.
T 4 Herbert H. Golden, 25. of
Dorchester, Mass. In England.
Purple Heart.
ranean. in the
transport.
sinking of his
Pfc. Arnold Mosiroff, 20. of the
Bronx. In France.
Pvt. David Roberts. 23, of Pitts-
burgh, Pa. In France.
Staff Sgt. Jerome R. Samburg.
20. of Baltimore, Md. Over Ger-
many. A turret gunner, he had
completed 20 missions and held
an Air Medal with Oakleaf
Cluster.
Chief S/K Louis Heriberg. 38.
U.S.N.. of Chicago. 111. At Paler-
mo, during an enemy air raid.
Herzberg has been in service 11
years.
Pvt. Charles Kaplan, 20, of the
Bronx. At Anzio.
Pvt. Werner Katsenstein. 22, of
Blackwood, N. J. In France.
Sgt. Harry Klein. 31, of Phila-
delphia, Pa. In France. Klein was
promoted on the field for bravery
in combat. Klein has been wound-
ed twice.
Capt. Stanley J. Snitow, 26. of
New York City. The Mediter-
ranean, aboard transport. He was
an Army Air Forces flight sur-
geon. Purple Heart.
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Much has been said about Mi
ami Beach's treatment of service-
men, some in a critical and some-
times even caustic tone. No
doubt some of this criticism is
justified. Yet for a relatively
small community of 25,000 per-
manent inhabitants. Miami Beach,
which is the largest of five Re-
distribution Centers in the United
States, has actually done remark-
ably well extending a hospitable [
hand to thousands of battle-
scarred veterans.
The achievements of the Mi-.
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mittce, the Servicemen's Pier and
the YM & WHA program all re-
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That this has been recognized by
the press both locally and na- ,
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real satisfaction to those who |
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H A T
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FRIDAY. FEB. 2: __ _
National Council of Jewish W omen,
board mei-llng snd luncheon for
hoard members. Olney Inn. 10 a. m.:
National Council of Jewish Women
Forum. Dr. Lytton's home.
SUNDAY. FEB. 4:
Both Jacob Sisterhood; motion pic-
ture at Bath Jacob. 8 p. m.: Ifa-th
David I'urlm Bull. Beth David. 8
p. m.
MONDAY. KKB. 5:
Bureau of Jewish Education, lec-
ture by Ellas Newman on "The Arts
In Palestine," Miami Beach Jewish
Centor. 8 p. m.: Jewish Social
Service Bureau, board metlne: at
Beth David Cons.. T p. m.; Temple
Israel Sisterhood meeting; Miami
1 loach Pioneer Women meetlne. 8:30
&m.; Miami Beach Jewish Center
sterhood board meeting. 1 p. m.
TUESDAY. FEB. :
National Home For Jewish Children
at Denver, regular meeting. Miami
Bench "Y," 2 p. m.; Temple Israel
board meeting, 8 p. m.; Hadassah
board meeting. 2 p. m.: National
Council of Jewish women, lecture.
R p. m.i Adult Choral & Singing
Society sponsored by the Bureau
of Jewish Kducatlon In cK>peratlon
with the "Y's" nnd affiliated oon-
Tefratlons, Miami Beach Jewish
Center. 8 p. m.
WEDNESDAY. FEB. 7:
Both Jacob Sisterhood, luncheon
meeting. Beth Jacob; Beth Jacob
Adult Institute. 8 to 10 p. m.: Work-
men's I'lrcle Branch C!>2. regular
membership meeting, 8:30 p. in.
Reth Sholein Sisterhood l>oard meet-
ing 2:30 p. m.: Miand Beach Jew-
ish Center Adult Courses In oon-
4unction with the Bureau of Jewish
Education and sponsoring organiza-
tions. 8 p. m.
THURSDAY. FEB. 8:
Amerlcin Jewish Congress member-
ship party. 12:30 p. m.. Woffonl
Hotel: Adult CoUrass sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
Beth David and Temple Israel. Beth
David. 8 p m.
FRIDAY. FEB. 9:
American Jewish Congress. Wom-
en's I'Yhlay Review, 1:30 p. m.. Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Comnmnltv Cen-
ter.
SUNDAY. FEB. Ill
lifsarh and Town "Y" Concert at
Miami Beach Senior High School.
1:30 p m.
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services announced through Greater
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MUNITY CENTER. Conservative.
1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach.
Kabbalas Shabbas at 6:15 p. m. til-
day evening, followed by late services
at 8:15 P. in. Dr. Jacob H. Kap an
rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, will
be guest speaker. His topic will OJ
"A Peculiar Treasure. If Rahb
Irving Lehrman will officiate, and
Cantor Emanuel Barkan and the Cen-
ter choir will chant. Saturday morn-
ing servlcs at 9 a. m Itabbi Ix'hrnian
will preach on the Weekly Portion of
the Law, with Cantor Barkan chant-
ing the service. Jack, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Moe Efseroff. and Joseph, son
Of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Klein, will be-
come bar inltzvah. Bible class at 5
p. m. Mlncha service at 6 0. m.Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Zwuifler will be hosts
at Schalos Seudos at 6:15 1>. m.. Maarlv
to follow. AZA-BBO breakfast service
at a. in. Sunday morning, with
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry as
hosts. Sunday School at 10 a. in.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform, 137 N.
E. 19th St. -Friday evening services
at :16 p. in Rabbi Saul Appelbaum
will speak on "Two Mountalntops
sinai and Berchtessitrten." Saturday
morning services at II o'clock. Itabbi
Appulbaum will discuss "How Modern
Is a Kingdom of Priests
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con.
servative, 761 41st St., Miami Beach.
Friday evening service at S:la p. in
Rabbi' Leon Kronith will speak mi
"What is Freedom?" An oneg Shab-
bat will follow the service, with Mrs
Charles s Tobln, and Mrs. v. B.
?raual as hostesses Cantor Louis
hi,,.i.in will officiate and lead the
Congregational singing. Saturday
morning services at I'l u m. lUibbi
Kronlsh will preach .n the Portion
of the Week.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
Orthodox. 3H Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach.Friday evening services at 6
p. m. l.nte Fi'lday evening services al
8:30 p. m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will speak on the theme "What Is
rustice?" Cantor Maurice Mamches
will lead In the communal singing
Saturday morning services al 7 and 9.
Celebration of iho Bar Mltxvah of
Arnold Robert Weiss, son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Alex MVi.ss, will take place dur-
ing the services, Itabbi Mescheloff
will address the bar mltsvah. A Min-
nlonalre rather and Son religious
service will be held at 9:30 In the
Community building. Junior congrega-
as cantors. and Rons''\V '. k Martin
lllbioi'uz'rin'l,: -,,-:":;;;,!-
and Bldward Suss Allan Aitsc
jrtll serve as QaWWyiii* f|.im
4 to V- m __ .
DCTH DAVID CONGREGATION.
CoBnf.TrvaivDeAV,3D5 N. W 3rd Ave
feh^.w..n%i.;
Friedman and choir will ,,m'!,','
hr^pn^umh^
Efb^m^TAKn^
rig, Saturdaj morning servlc es at s.J.
a. m. Junior services at 10.10 a, m
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 14th Ave.
Friday evening services al 8 > >' -
lite Friday evening services al .
,""',' Rabbi S.men April will preach
on "lleiigi..n of Young and OM Bet
urday morning servipea at ';';
Mlncha, Schalos S.....Km. and M w
at 5-15 p ill. Krhnarcl Zol'-k Talmini
TOrah IMS S W 3rd SI.-Friday eve-
ning services al :18 P- 'n,r t myr\.
day evening services a' :1 iji*'
the Miami Jewish Orthodos Conare.
gallon. Saturday morning scrvl 1:15 a. m. at the Talmud Tonsil
Junior services at 10:S0 I m a'l COn-
ducted by juniors Refreshments will
,!., served by the Indies" AuxUlary.
Itabbi April will speak on thei Portion
of the Law. Schalos Seudos at 6pm
Hebrew School daily nt 4 P m Sundny
School at io a. m.
A. I. C. MAZE PLANS
FOR PARTY ON FEB. 8
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of
the Women's Division American
Jewish Congress. announced
plans for the dessert membership
party to be held February 8 at
12:30 at the Wofford Hotel. Ad-
mission to this affair is "Every
Member Brim, a Member."
Plans for the Victory Donor's
Luncheon will be held February
25 at the Latin Quarter are pro-
gressing. Those wishing to at-
tend are asked to call Mrs. Jos-
eph Rose. 5-2012; Mrs. Louis
Glasser. 5-44(10; or Mrs. A. E.
Woolfe. 5-1987.
KlnETEEK HUNDRED f0 KTT-FIVE
UNCLE SAM HAS ORDERED A CURTAILMENT
IN CERTAIN TYPES, OF LIGHTING!

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THERE IS NO SHORTAGE OF ELECTRIC
POWER BUT...THIS MEASURE IS DESIGNED
TO CONSERVE FUEL. SPECIFICALLY, THE
ORDER PROHIBITS USE OF ELECTRICITY FOR-
1 Ouldoor advertising and outdoor promotional lighting.
2 Ouldoor display lighting except where necessary lor
conduct oi business ol outdoor establishments.
3 Ouldoor docorative and ouldoor ornamental lighting.
4 Chow window lighting except where necessary lor
i. Icrior illumination.
5 Ksrauee lighting in excess ol GO watts lor each mar-
quee.
6 White way street lighting in excess ol the amount
determined by local public authority to be necessary
tor public salety.
7 Ouldoor sign lighting except Ion
Directional or Identilicauon signs required lor (ire
and police protection, traffic control. Uaniportauoo
terminals or hospitals.
Directional or id.nUication signs using not more
than 60 watts per establishment, lor doctors and lor
hotels, and other public lodging establishments.
While this Federal conservation order provides severe
penalties lor violations including the discontinuance ol
violators electric service, upon order bom the War Pro
duction Board, we are sure that all electric users will vol-
untarily comply with this war-winning measure.
Though the order does not become mandatory until
february 1. we urge electric users to take immediate
steps to comply with its provisions as soon as possible,
s the interest ol lu.l conservation. t~..
ShuSi *Z&?rJEHtJ.m V* wav m ""Plying
ZiTslncl ^"" *? rd" can U ob,ain,Kl
FLORIDA Wn
IGUT COHMW
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THERLISNO SHORTAGE-.OF ELECTRIC POWER BUT POWER WASHED. WAST.ES^CRITICAl FUEL
OBITUARIES
. i A,Vl?,U'Vh"l clothing
W 17th St. A 32nil
denroe Mason, he
u.ih honorury lireBi-
,|,nt nnd a trustee
f Kiist Millwood
I ,. w I s h center.
Brooklyn, whl<-h he
foundeil nnd helped
t,i build. Surviving
are two soils.
(ieonre u"1' Milton
Adler. owners of
Dun hill's men b
riidhiiiK store: his
|f. Mr.s. Hi'HSie
MlliT. nnd n. diiUKh-
_ tei Mrs. ltlnnche
Plter Miami! two sister*. Mrs, Anna
Sew Vork CltV, nnd Mrs I'epl
irheer of Russia; nnd two brothers.
... ,1 Tuesday In the Gordon
Funeral home chapel, with l>r. Jacob
Kwl. and Rabbi Saul B. A^ltaum
nfflctotlns;. mtermenl followed in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery. Aotlve naUbearers In-
cluded Sam ielUln. Isldor l-"''f"l'r'
Samuel Friedman. Paul l>,,r"on-""/i^
Oordon, Bol Karn. M. kursrok. Abe
Kaplan ____
LOUI9 NEUBURQER
I.ouIb Neuburiter. B3 of 820 Ocean
|>r. Miami Hunch, who came here
three years ago, died Saturday, sur-
vlvlnir I.- his wire. Mrs. PauIlM Neu-
huraer. Thi- bo>ly was sent to New
York City b> homi
JOSEPH BAMUEL FIELD
Jowph Samuel Field. 62. iiniprletor
of th>- Field I>ti>bs shop, died In a
l.-,,itiil He lived at the Tultle hotel
and came t.. Miami t years a a" from
Trenton N J He '" a Shrlner snd
a member of Temple Israel. SurvlvInK
are his wife. Mr.s Itelln I.lpmnn Field
nnd two nous. Slnnlon of Miami and
Joseph Field. Jr.. army. Gordon furier-
nl home was In chanre of services
hel.l Monday Dr Jacob Kaplan of-
ficiated
EUGENE AUGUSTEIN
Kucene AURUSteln, 12. sun of Mr.
and Mrs Abraham Aueusteln. 931 N.
W. 2nth Ave. passed away last week.
Oordon Fiim-ral home shliijied the re-
mains
ALBERT E. GORDON
Albert B. Gordon, St, cashier, who
earns from ChlcaiCO three years seo,
died list Wednesdaj at his apartment,
I Collins Ave. Miami lleach. He
leaves a brother, Max Gordon In Chi-
rac.... where the body was sent by
Riverside Memorial chapel.
MR3. ANNA ROTHBLATT
Ms Annn Rothblatt, 85, of 22
Fnirth St. Miami Bench, mother of
Harry Rothblatt, Miami Iteneh hotel
operator, died In a hospital last w.
nvsday nlht. Also surviving ..'*
other son. Robert, and two dauifci n"
Mrs. Dora Slurman and \ ,1 hlZ"-
Maltsman. all of New York, whjeJS?
body was sent by Gordon FuuV2
home. "uera|
MRS. CORA 8ACH8
Mrs. Cora Sachs. 71. who came f..
Duyton. O.. seven years asc? ,i?1!
Tuesday at her home, lar v,"*
Blades Concourse. NormauUv "l
Riverside Memorial chapel |a awaluls
arrival of relatives to make f, .'J
arranRemenU. ,nnWI
LAWRENCE HOLUB
I-awrence Holub, 12, passed -,.,
last week. The boy had besnVoaffiK
at Jackson Memorial hospital h.,,1
entering; the National ChUdrsSl
tiirdlac Home. His mother M.'
Sophie Holub. lives at (ffifl 'a M"
IOlshth St. Services were In An.i
I'almer Funeral chapel. "** *
ADOLPH SCHERFF
Adolph Scherrf. 70. of 1175 v w
62nd St.. a winter visitor here 'fr ti
years, died Saturday In a hoepthj
Surviving are a son and two dawir
ters of iSetroit. Mich. BWrtees SSl
held Monday In the Gordon Funt.il
home with burial In ML Nebo CenlT
MM. ELLA KULOK
Mrs. Klla Kulok. 70. of 727 Pnlii.,
Ave.. Miami Beach, died In ah
pltal but week. She came here fw
years ago from Brooklyn and Is ,Z
vived by her husband. Morris Kulok
of Miami Beach: and three daujfnuS
and two sons, residlnr In Brooklyn
The body was sent there by Riverside
Memorial chapel. "
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Palm Beach Notes'
MRS. MARY SCHREBNIOL RspfsntaHTs
Lt. Comdr. Hcrlx^rt Korman,
Navy Medical Corps, has recently
been commended by the Navy for
work he has done while on duty
in the Pacific, according to word
received by his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Herman of this city. An
ilumnus of Palm Beach Hinh
School and Duke University. Kor-
man resided here before his en-
trance in the Navy.
hall. Mrs. Leah Dubbin acted as
hostess.
Louis Leibovit, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Leibovit. of Florida
Ave.. is now a second lieutenant
n the Army Air Corps. Before
iis entrance into service he was
1 champion local and state tennis
jlayer.
A card party, sponsored by
3eth Israel Sisterhood, was heid
Minday night in Schwartzbere
Army-Navy Committee spon-
sored a dance Saturday night at
Sher Memorial hall. Hostesses
were Mrs. Jack Barash, Mrs. Phil
Blicker, Mrs. Kalmutz and Mrs.
Fisher.
Hostesses at the dance held
Sunday night by the committee
included Miss Lillian Metz, Dorris
Blicker and Sylvia Rotfeld.
Announcement is being made
of the marriage of Sally VogeL
of Kingston, N. Y., to Mannay
Lipman, of New York City.
Mrs. S. Goldman is here from
Washington, D. C. to be with her
mother who is recuperating at
Good Samaritan hospital frr m as
accident sustained recently.
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