The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 18NUMBER 7
.J. A. DISSOLVED
IT MEETING HELD
IN. Y. MONDAY
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
At a meeting Monday in New
York leaders of the three ma-
jor agencies comprising the
United Jewish Appeal an-
nounced the dissolution of the
U. J. A., and that separata 'ap-
peals would be made for 1945.
Cincinnati (JTA) Effort to
prevent a break-up of the United
Jewish Appeal, threatened by
disagreement between the United
Palestine Appeal and the Joint
Distribution Committee with re-
gard to the proportion of funds
each of these agencies is to get
from the joint fund-raising cam-
paign in 1945 were made here by
the board of directors of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds at a meeting
held during the week-end.
These efforts climaxed discus-
sions carried on during the past
few weeks between officers of
the Council and officers of the
U.PA. and of the J.D.C. Numer-
ous alternative proposals and a
formula of agreement were dis-
cussed by a special committee of
the Council's board.
Welfare fund leaders present
at the meeting here were un-
animous in stressing the import-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
STANLEY C. MYERS IS
JFWF VICE PRESIDENT
Stanley C. Myers, honorary
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, was elected a
vice president of the Council of
Jewish Federation Welfare Funds
at a meeting of the organization
held last weekend in Cincinnati.
Sidney Hollander was reelected
president. Other vice presidents
elected were William Rosenwald.
Greenwich; Samuel Schneierson,
New York; David M. Watchmak-
er, Boston. Ira M. Younker of
New York was reelected treasur-
er and Elias Mayer of Chicago
secretary. This action was taken
at a specially constituted Assem-
bly session of the Board at which
favorable action was also taken
on an amendment enlarging the
board membership from 40 to 60.
Mr. Shroder was reelected chair-
man of the board.
PRE-CAMPAIGN
"NIGHT OF STARS" IS
EVENT OF FEBRUARY 21
A galaxy of top names from
the stage, screen and radio is
schedule'.! for appearance on the
stage of Paramount'! Beach thea-
[ ter, the night of Feb. 21. The show
titled "Night of Stars" is for the
benefit of the Heroes Phone Fund
is expected to add more than
S25.00U to the fund, which en-
ables convalescing returnees to
make long distance phone calls to
wives, mothers and sweethearts.
Ine committee announced that
there arc still some $15 and $25
seas available at WIOD at a spe-
cial booth set up at the Beach
theater. The booth is manned by
members of the Women's Auxil-
,{'.''v oi the Sholem Lodge B'nai
a nth who together with the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
arc sponsoring this affair.
All proceeds of the performance
Will go to the phone fund, as all
expenses of the undertaking, are
ot-'ing borne by the Greater Mi-
ami army ;md navy committee of
(Jewish National Welfare board.
Rome"TjTA)-An enthusiastic
reception was given by the Jews
m imt\ lhls weck t0 Dr- Solo-
mon Umberto Nahon, representa-
SET?' Wjh- arved from Jeru-
salemto distribute about 900
'stine immigration certificates.
Pre-campaign activity for the.
1945 Federation drive gets under!
way this weekend, when the in- I
itial gifts division of the drive \
will gather to hear Rabbi Abba
Hillel Silver.
Sam Blank and Jake Sher. both ;
officials of Federation, are co-
chairmen of this division and are
DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER
Co Pka-SAM BLANK
&&&? ^ration's
initial Gifts Division
arranging this function so that
members of this group may be
informed and brought up-to-date
on world conditions.
Rabbi Silver, outstanding lead-
er of American Jewry for many
years, has received international
recognition for his great contri-
butions to American thought and
public welfare. He served as na-
tional chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal for seven years.
His vigorous leadership of the
American Zionist Emergency
Council throughout the past year
is generally regarded as his most
notable accomplishment.
A public mass meeting was
scheduled for Monday evening
but Dr. Silver's inability to be
present due to the necessity for
his immediate return' to Cleve-
land required that the meeting
be called off.
George Chertkof, general chair-
man of the campaign, which
formally starts April 8, has an-
nounced a series of these small
gatherings scheduled for var-
ious divisions of the drive, which
will.be addressed by outstanding
national figures to enlighten the
Greater Miami community on the
national and international aspects
of the world situation. The reason
for the small gatherings, Mr.
Chertkof stated, is the inability
under present war conditions to
secure adequate facilities for
large gatherings.
London (JTA)The drive to
raise funds for the establishment
of a Kisch Memorial Forest in
Palestine has been oversubscribed.
FROM THE PRESIDENT
THE WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON
It is highly fitting that in
the midst oi the world
struggle for liberty we
should remind ourselves
oi the spiritual realities by
which the ideals oi free-
dom are nourished. The
principle oi human bro-
therhood is the source oi
our political democracy
and this principle is rooted
in the faith which our Fa-
thers knew and which we
have lived by. One God
is our father and all oi us
are brothers and sisters in
his family. We worship at
different altars and ex-
press this iaith in many
ways. But deeper than the
differences in the spiritual
unity that makes us one
people.
On battlefield through-
out the world, Americans
oi many cultural back-
grounds stand together in
one fighting iorce that pre-
sents an unbroken front
against the enemies oi
freedom. We move for-
ward to victoryone peo-
ple dedicated to one flag
in the service of justice
and peace ior all. As
these men and women oi
the fighting iorces carry
on their struggle against
tyranny overseas, they
dream oi the homeland in
which equal opportunity
ior the good life is open
to all. It is, therefore, a
solemn duty ior us who
lived and work in the
United States to keep our
country free oi prejudice
and bigotry so that when
our fighting men return
they may find us living
by the freedom ior which
they are ready to give the
full measure oi devotion.
The United States is the
greatest team oi free men
and women that the world
has ever seen. This is the
hour ior us to decide that
our determination shall be
in peace, as in war
teamwork. I am happy.
therefore, to welcome the
twelfth anniversary of
Brotherhood Week^ Feb-
ruary 18-25, 1945, under
the auspices oi the Na-
tional Conference of
Christians and Jews. I
hope that our people will
come together this week
to renew and strengthen
their determination to
serve the high principles
oi liberty through spiritual
unity.
SYNAGOGUE CONFERENCE
HOLDS ITS SECOND MEETING
The second annual convention
of the Southeastern Synagogue
Conference, dedicated to the fur-
therance and perpetuation of
traditional Orthodox Judaism in
the Southeastern states, convened
in Birmingham, Ala., on February
2, 3 and 4. Delegates and rabbis
representing all the southeastern
states met in session to deliberate
and take counsel with each other
in confronting the undry prob-
lems common to all southern Jew-
ish communities.
HEADS OF PALESTINE
RABBINATE RE-ELECTED
Jerusalem (JTA)Chief Rabbi
Isaac Herzog and Chief Rabbi
Ben-Zion Usiel were re-elected
heads of the Palestine Rabbinate
which is composed of eight rab-
bis. The other six elected were
three Sephardic rabbis and three
rabbis of the Ashkenazi commun-
ity.
The elections to the Rabbinate,
which take place every eight
years, were held at a colorful
conclave of 42 rabbis and 38 lay-
men representing the Jewish Na-
tional Council of Palestine and
the local Jewish communities all
over the country. The term of the
present Rabbinate expired three
years ago, but the Palestine Gov-
ernment, which recognizes the
Rabbinate as the supreme Jewish
religious institution, extended its
term of office taking into consid-
eration that war conditions did
not permit new elections.
CAMPAIGN AIDES
TOHEARGUTSTADT
AT HOTEL MEETING
Richard E. Gutstadt, national
director of the Anti-Defamation
League, will address 200 member-
ship campaign workers at a din-
ner meeting to be held at the
Urmey Hotel Tuesday, February
20. at 7 p. m. The dinner will
DENTAL SOCIETY IS
AGAINST REPORT
OF A.D.A. COUNCIL
New York (JTA) The First
District Dental Society of New
York, largest component of the
American Dental Association
went on record this week oppos-
ing a report of the Dental Educa-
tion Council of the ADA, which
urged that dental colleges admit
a smaller number of Jewish stu-
dents. Similar action was taken
at the same time, by the Second
District Council of the ADA.
Earlier the National Conference
of Christians and Jews and Free-
dom House issued statements at-
tacking the report, which, while
not mentioning Jews by name,
criticized the "racial and geo-
graphical imbalance" of the stu-
dent body in dental school.
Other groups which have hit
the stand of the ADA Education
Council include the executive
council of the New York State
Dental Society, the Hudson Coun-
ty, N. J., Dental Society and the
Northern District Dental Society
of New York and the J.W.V.
The report has aroused parti-
cular opposition in the New York
area because of survey by the
ADA Educational Council of the
Columbia University College of
Denstistry. in which the general
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
RICHARD E. GUTSTADT
launch the local B'nai B'rith's
one-month campaign to enroll
1,000 new members. The country's
oldest service organization, now
dedicated to war service, B'nai
B'rith is seeking these additional
members in order to carry on ef-
fectually its expansive war serv-
ice programs in this area.
To insure the success of the
membership campaign. President
Harold Turk reports that a cam-
paign committee, consisting of
130 members of Sholom Lodge,
has been established. Alex Cohn
and Marx Feinberg are co-chair-
men of the Miami Division of
(CONTINUED ON PAGE J)
A STATEMENT!
j The following telegram was re-
ceived late Thursday:
Editor, Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida.
Rabbi James G. Heller national
chairman of the United Palestine
Appeal issued following state-
, ment concerning dissolution of
! United Jewish Appeal. "Through
the channel of the United Jewish
Appeal the Jews of America
during the past six years extend-
ed their sympathetic support to
the United Palestine Appeal as
well as the Joint Distribution
Committee and the National
Refugee Service. Statements con-
cerning the reasons for the dis-
solution of the United Jewish Ap-
peal can serve no useful purpose
in this period of high destiny for
the Jewish people.
"We have given the problems
of this year's campaign long and
careful consideration with pri-
mary regard for the welfare of
our brothers abroad who have al-
ways been and will continue to
be our chief concern.
"In conducting its 1945 cam-
paign the United Palestine Ap-
peal recognizes the authority and
central importance of local wel-
fare funds. The Jewish welfare
funds are the great symbol of
unity in American Jewish life.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
RABBIS TO PRESENT RADIO
PROGRAM STARTING FEB. 18
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami will present a
weekly rabbinical radio program
over Station WKAT beginning
this Sunday, February 18. The
program will be presented each
Sunday from 12:30 to 12:45 p. m.
with the various members of the
Rabbinical Association speaking
on the program.
The Rabbinical Hour is spon-
sored by the synagogues and tem-
ples of Greater Miami.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will open
the series this Sunday, with Rab-
bis M. Shapiro, M. Mescheloff. S.
April, I. Lehrman, L. Kronish and
S. Applebaum taking subsequent
weeks.
The purpose of these programs
will be to acquaint and to edu-
cate the general public in matters
Jewish.




JACOB SHER
Co-Chairman of Federation's
Initial Gifts Division



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PIUDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1945
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PAGE THREE
CAMPAIGN AIDES
TO HEAR GUTSTADT
AT HOTEL_MEETING
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
the membership campaign .while
ludco Kenneth Oka heads the
Miami Beach workers.
Under the leadership of ten
majors and 115 captains, it is ex-
Sorted that the campaign will re-
sult in each committee member
onmlline a minimum of 5 new
SSSSSS. Add to this the usual
number of additional members
broufiht in by Sholom Lodge
members, and the goal of 1.000
should be attained by March 19,
when the campaign will end.
The majors, who will be under
the supervision of Sam Silver,
second vice president of Sholom
Chalrman-^Sam Silver, 2nd vlce-
urMldent, Sholem Loilge-
Mijois-J. Iti-rnanl Kpector. Louis
Gordon, Al.x Cohen, iJtrry GrossberK,
Hilton Friedman, Swell, Irvliiu Frankel, Martin Lip-
man Brnert Sluwinan, Sam Seltlln,
Daniel Broad, Ijbo Chalkln.
ciptalna-Maa Bogorad, S. W.
Khai'iro, Dan Si-pler. Walter Herman,
Irvlni hrtel, Amos Benjamin, Lester
Laaky. Ed. Newman. Arnold Newman.
Nathan Adelman, Leon Klkln. David
Rayvla, Samuel Trltt, Morton Moses,
I.i'O Aekerman, Marx Felnhent. Her-
tiKin lierk. S.il (iolilstrom, Garry
Olatt, Joseph Rood, Morris Gersteln,
Bernard 8. Felner, William Hlrshen-
t*,hn. Norman Lyons, Al Richardson,
Dave laen, Loula Van Glider, William
Friedman, Al Green, Joseph J. Uer-
mann, George Adler. l>r. Marcus B.
Clrlln, Qua Trail, Martin Genet. Louis
Helman, laldor Goldstein. Martin Von
Zamft, Maurice Cromer, Sam Jamison,
Arthur Singer, Pavo Emmer. Max
Silver, Jerome Welnkle, Paul Barnett.
Max Mlntxer, Nai lllumberg. Henry
Wolfe, Clarence Feuer. Ben Kssen,
Isaac Levin, Matthew Sllversteln. Sam
Lachman, <"' irp- Bertmnn, David
Schwanman, l>r. Herman Meyers. Abe
Aronovltx, Leo Klsrimteln, Dr. Frank
Corel Harry Cordon, Ksq., Dr. Alex-
ami. Llbow, Bill Green, Matthew S.
Haul!.!. Dr. Al AugustIne, Nat Roth.
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
MAYOR PROCLAIMS
BROTHERHOOD WEEK
Mayor Leonard K. Thomson, of
Miami, in line with the national
observance, has proclaimed the
period Feb. 18 to 25 as Brother-
hood Week, and is acting as
honorary chairman of the observ-
ance. The Miami Round Table of
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews is sponsoring a
series of affairs in observance of
National Brotherhood Week.
Highlighting the week's activi-
ties will be the Brotherhood Ban-
quet February 22, at the Miami
Women's Club. The Brotherhood
Week Trio, Dr. Doyd Foster of
Newark, N. J., Father Joseph G.
Cassidy, of Albany, N. Y.. and
Rabbi Marius Ransom, of East
Orange, N. J., in Miami for the
program with the United States
Army Air Forces, will speak.
Music will be furnished by the
Army Air Forces.
Local co-chairmen of the Round
Table, Daniel H. Redfearn. An-
drew T. Healy, and Alfred Stone,
will serve as masters of cere-
monies.
Synagogues, churches, schools
and clubs and leading organiza-
tions in the community will ob-
serve the occasion with special
programs.
Frank Becker. Dr. BenJ. Landau,
Morris Rosenberg, Jerome Freehllng,
Maurice Grossman, Harry Gersteln,
kforrla Blerman, ai Quadow. Jack M.
Reich, Bd Singer. Judge Kenneth
(>ka, Judge Harold Spaet, Joe Rose,
Sidney Gans, George M. Cohen. Philip
Neuwirth. Ijnuln Bloomfleld. David
Phillips. Milton Weiss. Dr. Maurice
Rose. George J. Talianoff. Mortimer
Raskin. Jacob Marcus, RenJ. Appel,
Abe Kurman, Charles Rosengarten,
Dr. Al Rosenthal. Dr. Philip Weln-
steln, Joe Kolber, Judge Douis Bandel.
George Schwartz, Arthur Friedman,
Dave Stuzln, Louis Gllman, Seymour
Satin. Sam Traurlg, Bernard Pallant.
Jules Penrlman, Bernle Sterling,
Leonard Kgert. Fred Shochet. Leon
Kaplan. Jack August, Paul Weitz-
mnn, Ben Cornfield, Judge Morris
lierlck, Li-mi Andre Rnpee, Mitchell
N". Nachman, Hal Hershey, Harry
Rosen, William D. Singer.
GREETINGS
MAURICE'S
RESTAURANT
120 N. E. First Avenue
MIAMI, FLA.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
BILL'S SERVICE STATION
and
Belford's Produce & Trucking Co.
1800 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami. Florida
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
yyLa.taa.tet Jvcwman
DISTINCTIVE WOMEN'S APPAREL
958 West 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-7840
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
LOUIS HAFTEL
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The majors and captains of the
Women's Division of Federation's
1945 Campaign held a luncheon
meeting Tuesday afternoon. Feb-
ruary 13, at the home of Mrs. J.
Gerald Lewis. 5925 N. E. 6th Ave..
Miami. Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, chairman from Miami Beach.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman
from Miami, and Mrs. Lewis acted
has hostesses.
The meeting was called for the
purpose of reporting on the or-
ganization of the Women's Divi-
sion and learning the campaign
plans. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
presided and introduced the
majors and captains who reported
that they had completed their or-
ganization almost entirely. Mrs.
Stanley Myers told about the
specific plans of the Women's
Division.
George Chertkof, chairman of
the Campaign, spoke about the
place of the Women's Division in
the campaign as did Joseph Rose,
executive director.
Those present at the luncheon
included:
Majors: Mrs. George Chertkof,
Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Mrs. Henry
Seitlin, Mrs. Benjamin LeVine,
Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose,
Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. E. J.
Weinstein, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis.
Captains: Mrs. Leon Kaplan,
Mrs. Myron Newman, Mrs. Henry
Kaufman, Mrs. S. B. Miller. Mrs.
M. Grossman, Mrs. Herbert Scher.
Mrs. Milton Friedman, Mrs. Na-
than Kramer, Mrs. Herman Wep-
man. Miss Miriam Baumel, Mrs.
Leo Aekerman, Mrs. Max Oro-
vitz, Mrs. Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Al
Green, Mrs. S. F. Danels, Mrs.
Joseph Rosenfeld, Mrs. Norman
Jacobs, Mrs. Frank Kline. Mrs.
Sidney Stepkin, Mrs. Max Siegel,
Mrs. Joe Zalis, Mrs. Milton Wein-
er, Mrs. M. B. Ross. Mrs. Joseph
Carp, Mrs. Anne Pastroff. Mrs.
Maurice A. Sager, Mrs. William
Slepian, Mrs. Jack Cohen. Mrs.
Ben Klein, Mrs. M. Meisel. Mrs.
H. Platoff, Mrs. M. Wolff. Mrs.
G. Glatt. Mrs. N. H. Hankoff. Mrs.
Clarence Cohen, Mrs. E. Oka.
Mrs. Mvra Farr, Miss Elsie Shack-
man, Mrs. Charles Raab, .Mrs.
Lena Wolk, Mrs. A. Dorf. Mrs.
Joseph Mintzes.
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PICON PLAYS TO S.R.O. I PURIM CARD PARTY BY
HOUSE LAST SUNDAY LADIES OF BETH DAVID
Mollie Picon, nationally famous
artist and entertainer, played to
an S.R.O. house last Sunday eve-
ning, when more than one thous-
and were present to hear the
performance. Several hundred
others were turned away from the
affair, sponsored by the Miami
and Miami Beach "Ys" as an
event of their cultural program.
Mollie Picon lived up to her
excelent reputation and presented
a variety program of English and
Yiddish songsold timers as well
as modern variations. Her hus-
band, Jacob Kalish, MC'd the
evening, delivered several recita-
tions and participated in a skit
with Picon. The audience's recep-
tion acknowledged the perform-
er's successful presentation.
February 25 the "Ys" will pre-
sent Harold Bauer and Eleanor
Fine, pianists.
ARBEITER RING TO SPONSOR
BANQUET AT RING LYCEUM
Arbeiter Ring, Branch 692, of
Greater Miami will stage a ban-
quet February 18 at Arbeiter
Ring Lyceum, 25 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach. Proceeds will
go toward helping the Yiddish
Scientific Institute. Guest speak-
ers at the affair, beginning at 6
p. m., are Julius Fox, representa-
tive of the Institute, and Dr. A.
Mockdony. who will outline its
work. Tickets may be had by
calling Mrs. M. Jacobs, at 2-8336.
GREETINGS
DR. WALTER
K. FOLEY
LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
The traditional Purim card
party, an annual event of the
Beth David Sisterhood, will be
held Wednesday evening. Feb-
ruary 28. in the auditorium. Rev.
and Mrs. Kalman Shapiro, par-
ents of Rabbi Max Shapiro, will
be guests of honor.
A regular monthly meeting of
the Sisterhood will take place
Wednesday, February 21 at 2 p.
m. Mrs. Jack August, president,
will be in charge, and a guest
speaker will be presented. Re-
freshments will be served.
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+Jewish ikx-Miam
PAGE FIVE
Ex#cuut Director AJJX.
A common belief is that in-
i iA nrp chiefly results from a
tk ofknowledge and that the
* ntcllfeent the .individual
%s bigoted he is inclined to
ij The fallacy of this premise is
Knificantly. but regretfully.
r Ih. home in a report of the
fena on Dental Education, of
t0U American Dental Association
e Chancellor of New York
wnrsitv to reduce the number
JfTisn students to be admitted
! the college of dentistry in that
nstitution.
i This past week. Supreme Court
bustice Meir Steinbrink, as chair-
nan of the board of directors of
SS Eastern ReRional Office of
iDL, made public the un-Amcri-
an race-quota" proposals ad-
banccc bv the ADA Council Else-
Kin ibis paper will be found
, news story covering the lan-
guage of the council's report.
ADL'S chairman, Justice Stein-
brink. in disclosing that the
touncil had urged a similar dis-
Jiminatory policy in a report to
Columbia University and, also, to
he Committee on Education to
Le United States House of Re-
l s. charged that the
Council's recommendations are
Karl : a national policy of dis-
crimination.
Justice Stcinbrink's widely
Uoted public statement read in
Cart:
f "Coming at a time when Amer-
ica's sons and daughters of every
race, religion and national origin
ire giving their lives in a com-
mon cause, the recommendations
bf the Committee constitute a de-
blorable repudiation of that for
which they are fighting. The dis-
criminatory practices recom-
nended in these reports will be
nposcd upon those young men
jid women who will be return-
ng from the service of their coun-
ty to start anew their inter-
rupted careers.
I "The reports speak of 'marked
facial unbalance.' 'a species of ed-
ucational autointoxication/ 'pro-
vincial and parochial,' 'one racial
Ltrain' and that 'these students
re largely of foreign extraction
and belong mainly to one racial
group.' Such language in a report
by a scientific body does violence
10 every concept of modern sci-
ence and education, of which the
great universities are public trus-
tees. Great educational institu-
tions may wish to draw their
students from the various sections
of the country, but to set up
racial or religious rather than ed-
ucational standards for this pur-
pose, smacks of the worst sort of
racism and fascist doctrine.
"Those who are concerned with
the preservation of the basic
American principle of freedom
and equality of opportunity for
all. must protest against this ac-
tion. We urge you to reaffirm the
role of education in a democratic
society by repudiating Dr. Hom-
er's reports as inconsistent with
the educational traditions of our
democracy and the record of the
American Dental Association."
There is no quota in the degree
of sacrifice on the battle field.
There must be no quota against
any segment of our American
youth who are fortunate to re-
turn after this titanic struggle is
won.
CITIZENS DISCUSS PLANS TO
ASSIST VICTIMS OF POLIO
Interested members of the
community met last Thursday to
discuss plans for the formation
of an organization for the assist-
ance of polio victims.
Realizing the difficulties which
those crippled by the dread dis-
ease must have in adjusting them-
selves to the business world and
finding suitable work this or-
ganization will contact employers
with an eye to convincing them
of the variety of jobs these men
and women, some with extreme-
ly capable hands and keen minds
can fill, acting for these victims
much the same as the govern-
ment will act for servicemen in-
capacitated in the war.
Active in instigating this proj-
ect were Jack Cleary, who pre-
sided over the meeting Thursday,
Leo Axlrod and Hartman K.
Boone.
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
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745 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 2-1672
TO JEWRY EVERWHERE
It's a Pleasure to Extend
Brotherhood Greetings
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C. L. CLEMENTS. President
LARGE CROWD PRESENT AT
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS
A gathering of 600 was present
Tuesday evening to see officers
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
installed. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry,
who previous to coming to Mi-
ami was active in a similar proj-
ect in Chicago for 30 years, con-
ducted the meeting and ad-
dressed greetings to the gather-
ing. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan de-
livered the invocation, and Rabbi
Irving Lehrman gave the main
address. Alfred B. Rosenstein,
newly-installed president, spoke
briefly. Also participating in the
program were Rabbi Simon April,
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Cantor
Maurice Mamches, Cantor Ema-
nuel Barkan, and Cantor Samuel
Vigoda, of New York.
Shepard Broad spoke of the im-
portance of the organization and
stressed the need for member-
ship, following which a number
of those present pledged their
participation.
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LEGAL NOTICES
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
No. 12845
RE: ESTATE OP FRANK M.
BATCHELOR. Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL,
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge as Executrix
of the estate of FRANK M. BAT-
CHEI.OR, deceased: and that on the
19 day of March, 1945. will apply to
the Honorable W. F. Hlanton. County
Judge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of Bald final report and for
final discharge as Executrix of the
Estate of FRANK M. BATCHELOR,
deceased. .
This 14 dnv of February. 194...
OERTRl'DE A. BATCHELOR
Executrix of the Estate of
FRANK M. RATCHELOR.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Executrix.
2/16-23 3/2-9 ______
London Arms
Hotel
727 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Fineet Kosher Cuisine
Open to the> Public
Phone 5-1264
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of WOODY'S RESTAURANT at 1309
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JACK EISENSTAT
FRANK S. KAGAN
MURRAY DOUCHKESS
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for applicants.
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of TICONA MERCANTILE CO. at
343 S. W. N. River Dr., Miami. Fla.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
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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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BUFFET LUNCH at 16 W. Flaglor
St., Miami, Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
NATHAN COHEN
NETTIE COHEN
Partners
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
1/26 2/2-9-16-23
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 day of June. A.D.
1942. has filed said Certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax 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-wit:
Lots 1 & 2, Block 1, Amended Plat
of Granada Place, a Resub.. Plat
Book 13, Page 51, In the County of
Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
Under the Certificate Issued was In
the name of Jennie V. S. Robertson.
I'nless said Certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed
will issue thereon on the 21st day of
February. A.D. 1943.
Dated this 17th day of January,
A. D. 1945.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. M. JOHNSON D. C.
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
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, intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ISAAC EMMER
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant.
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of THE LAWRENCE APARTMENTS
at 642 N. E. 82nd Street. Miami. Flor-
ida Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
LAWRENCE FRIEDMAN
FRANCES FRIEDMAN
MYERS A HEIMAN
Attorneys for applicants
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
JACK'S PLACE at 3386 Douglas Road.
Coconut Grove. Miami, Fla. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. HRNRT RTRTJDEL
HYMEN MICHAELRON
SILVER. KAPLAN A DEITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
2/2-9-16-23 3/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
JOHNSTETT FUR MFG.. 107 N. E.
1st Avenue. Miami. Florida, and in-
tend to register the said fictitious
name in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
NAT STETTNER
PETER JOHNIDES
2/9-16-23 3/2-9
A good buy Is a War Bond. Buy
now and you will be paid later
_$4.00 for every $3.00.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FlyORIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY
CO. at R2 N. E. 2fith Street. Miami.
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida. .___ _._
BIG BEAR FOOD STORES. INC..
a New Jersey Corporation.
By SAMUEL FRIEDI.AND
President. (Applicant)
MYERS A HEIMAN
Attornevs for Applicant.
2/9-16-23 3/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Hotel Roberts Tailors Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. ____.
MAX LITWIN
MORRIS ENZER
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants
2/16-23 3/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Ad Ventures Syndicated and Mad
Ad Ventures at 1751 N. Miami Avenue,
Miami. Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
JULES MARSHALL ZISSEN
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
2/16-23 3/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
c.OUI.DS BARGAIN STORE at
GOULDS, FI.A. Intends to register
snld name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LIBBY STERLING
2/9-18-2S 3/2-9 ____
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
PETER PAN VILLAS at Miami
Beach. Fla. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
HARRY KAYE
BETTY KAYE
JOE RUBIN
ROSA RUBIN
2/2-9-16-23 3/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring U> engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROSELLE HOTEL at Miami Beach.
Fla. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
HARRY KAYE
BETTY KAYE
ROSA RUBIN
2/2-9-16-23 3/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BOARDWALK SHOPPE at 2704-6
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, Fla. in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
EDWARD BEZARK
2/2-9-16-23 3/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
R. A L. CROCKERY at 1316 N. E.
2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LOUIS ROSMAN
BERNARD LEVY
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants.
2/2-9-16-23 3/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HOWARD LIQUOR STORE. 205 N. E.
1st Avenue Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
GEORGE LEVINE
2/9-16-23 3/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business 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
1/26 2/2-9-16-23
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AU-
THORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME. GREET-
INGS:
This Is to certify that, whereas,
M. L. Shapiro. Miami, Fla.
Harry Shoplro, Miami. Fla.
Joe Shoplro. Miami. Fla.
did on the 29th day of January, A.D.
1936 cause to be Incorporated under
the provisions of Chapter 10096. Laws
of Florida. Acts of 1925, COASTAL
WIPER SUPPLY COMPANY. INC.,
a corporation, with Its principal place
of business at Miami. Dade County, In
the State of Florida, and whereas the
proper officers of said corporation did
on the 11th day of April. A.D. 1940
file In this office Certificate of Amend-
ment Changing Its Corporate Name to
COASTAL WIPING RAG COMPANY
and whereas the proper officers of
such corporation did on the 6th day
of January, A.D. 1945 cause to be
filed In the office of the Secretary
of State of the State of Florida, a
duly authenticated resolution adopted
by the stockholders under the pro-
visions of said Chapter 10096. Laws of
Florida. Acts of 1923. showing the
dissolution of such corporation, and
the Secretary of State Is satisfied
that the requirements of law have
been compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. T
have hereunto set my hand and
have affixed the Great Seal of the
State of Florida, at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this the sixth day
of January, A. D 1945.
R. A. GRAY.
Secretary of State.
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SERVICE

DR. KAMENETSKY WILL BE
HONORED AT BEACH DINNER
A dinner in honor of Dr. Sonya
Kamenetsky will be sponsored by
the Miami Beach Pioneer Wom-
en's Organization for Palestine
Sunday evening, 6:30 at the
Budapest Hungarian Restaurant,
451 Collins Ave.
ftVICEMEN TO MAKE
PLANS FOR PURIM
|In order to give all Jewish
Lvicemen an. opportunity to
Eke their Punm plans well in
vancc of the holiday the Great-
r Miami Army and Navy Com-
ittee of the National Jewish
Welfare Board wishes to an-
Lunce the various Punm cele-
ations that have been scheduled
this area:
pfcturday, February 24: Punm
Inc.. ai 8:15 p. m. to be held at
bnCM,ann YM & YWHA 1567 S.
5th St. Sponsored by the Mi-
jii Service League.
|Sundav. February 25: Purim
UDDer and dance by invitation at
Id m at the Miami Beach Jew-
Center. 1415 Euclid Ave.
onsored by the Miami Beach
cwish Center Senior Hostess
[Monday, February 26: Purim
upper and dance by invitation
6 p. in. at the Miami Beach
M & WHA, 1 Lincoln Road.
Iponsured by the Miami Beach
ervice Leaue.
Tuesdav. February 27: Purim
upper and dance by invitation
6 p. m. at Temple Israel. 137
E. 19th St.. Miami. Sponsored
ly the T-mple Israel Sisterhood.
I Special Purim services will be
londucted bv Chaplain Saul
.Craft and Chaplain Carl Miller
In Fridav. February 23. 8 p. m.
It the Miami Beach YM & WHA
nd the Poinciana Hotel Chapel
espectively.
Boca Raton Purim servicesTo
held on Monday. February 26
7:30 p. m. at Chapel No. 3.
Conducted by Chaplain Meyer
flereminskv. Followed by a trip
Ft. Lauderdale for Purim re-
eption.
All servicemen are requested
apply for their invitations to
he Punm affairs by contacting
Chaplain Kraft at the Cadillac
Jotel. Miami Beach, phone 5-7421
tension 158 and Chaplain Carl
Her at the Georgian Hotel. Mi-
li Beach, phone 5-0711 exten-
sion 757.
I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S
CALENDAR
Mmly:
DlBcuanlon Group, 8 p. m., Miami
Beat-h YM ft THA, Chaplain Carl I.
Miller.
TnMtar:
Choir rehearsal. 8 p. m., Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, 1418 Eu-
clid Ave., Cantor Emanuel Barkan.
Wednesday:
Elementary Hebrew. 7:80 p. m. Mi-
ami Beach YM & VI1A ; Study Croup.
"The Reconstructlonlst Movement,"
t p. m.. Miami Beach YM WHA.
Chaplain Saul Kraft.
Friday:
Sabbath Services. 8 p. m., Chaplain
Saul Kraft. Miami Beach YM &
WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller.
Poinciana Hotel. U>55 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat,
refreshments served by hostesses
frem the Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky.
Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field:
JWB Oneg Shabbat, refreements
served by hostesses from the Miami
Service Loague.
Saturday:
Bcrvloemen's Dance, 8 p. m.. Miami
Beach YM ft WHA. refreshments
served by Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Servicemen's dance, 8 p. m.. Mi-
ami YM ft YWHA. 1667 S. W. 6th
St.. refreshments served by Miami
Servlee League.
Sanday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m.. Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center, re-
freshments served by aelor
heste,
SERVICE MAN WRITES
SISTER FROM ENGLAND
The following interesting letter
was received by the sister of one
of the Miami Beach boys now in
the service:
Somewhere in England
Dearest Ellen:
I received your letter telling
me about your big bond sale. I
can just imagine how excited you
became. Long as you stick to just
selling them outright OK, but if
you have to give kisses as a
"premium" quitsave them for
me. I just felt awfully lonely to-
night and thought that maybe
I'd feel better if I sat down and
wrote to you. There isn't as much
to write about England as there
used to be for the "noveltv" has
long since worn off. I feel I've
seen almost everything there is
to see here and this is the longest
time I've been in one place in the
Army. I'm going into London to-
morrow, and for the first time
I'm not looking forward to it the
way I used to. Last time I killed
a whole day in a Turkish Bath
just getting "warm and clean."
I hope you haven't grown so
big you've stopped going to Sun-
day School at the Centerfor
you can never really outgrow
that. I'll let you in on a secret
I'm profiting by my B'nai El-
ryium experience (remember?).
Our Chaplain can only get here
every other week, so he asked for
a volunteer to conduct services
at the base on the odd weeks, so
for the past month I have acted
as assistant chaplain and have
conducted evening services for
the boys (even to giving them a
sermon). One night I had the
topic handed to me as an officer
came in and showed me his Jew-
ish Bible that he had carried on
a mission that day, and what do
you think happened? A piece of
flak had torn through the plane,
thru his "flak shirt." through
Captain Seymour H. Eran. left! his pocket halfway through his
M^mi after spending a furlough Bible and hd .^PPed dead on
here with his wife. Lillian, and | the page or^ which the Shmma
LOUIS GADON WRITES
INTERESTING LETTER
Just returned from service in
Italy, Capt. Seymour M. Miller,
is spending a 21-day furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Miller, 1919 S. W. 17th St.
With him here are his wife.
Rhoda, son, and wife's mother,
Mrs. L. Aptner, all of Hartford.
Conn.
NEYLE ANNOUNCES AS
CITY COMMISSIONER
Henry M. Neyle announced his
candidacy for city council of Mi-
ami Beach this past Wednesday.
Neyle has been a resident of
the Beach for 20 years.
Members of the Masons, Miami
Beach Elks, Optimist, Rod and
Reel and Miami Beach Junior
Chamber of Commerce, Neyle
now operates the Bar of Music.
When he first came to the area
from Sumter, S. C, he worked for
the city water department. Later
he joined the police department,
serving as desk sergeant. His
candidacy for city council marks
his debut into politics after a
successful business career.
BEACH CENTER SISTERHOOD
TO HAVE REGULAR MEETING
Sisterhood, Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center will hold its regular
meeting Monday, 8:15 p. m.. at
the Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. Un-
der the direction of Mrs. Irving
Lehrman, the ladies will present
a Purim play. Members and their
husbands are invited to attend.
A gala game and bingo night
will take place Saturday, 8 p. m.
at the Center.
Capt. Arthur Stone, formerly
ktaff officer with the Headquart-
ers Combat Command B, is now
on full duly as dental officer with
104th Evacuation Hospital,
\PO 403, c/o Postmaster, New
fork, it was learned here this
Wek.
new-born son at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Peretzman. 926
15th St., Miami Beach.
After a short leave spent with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Kline, 811 N. W. 13th St., Ensign
Joseph H. Kline and his wife
Lily left for Boston where the
Ensign "is stationed.
Out This Coupon cnul Mafl To "WAR RECORDS." Army-4
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida
Name __
Serial No-
Home Addres3..
Birth Date._
Street
Jirthplace.
City
State
Civilian Occupations-
Date Entry
In Service___________
City State
Marital Status----------
Pfc. Leonard A. Lubin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Lubin. of
1455 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, is on his way overseas
with the Headquarters Battery of
the 609th Field, Artillery Bat:
talion. A graduate of Miami
Beach High School. Lubin at:
tended the University of Miami
as a pre-medical student prior to
his entrance in the service i
January, 1942.
A sister. Miss Lynn M. Lubin,
is an honor student at Miami
Beach High School. She has re-
cently been made treasurer of
the graduating class and an edi-
tor of the "Beach Buzz," a paper
devoted to the interests of alumni
of the school now serving in the
armed forces.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
Devoting Thi. Pag. to the Effort, of the Army-Nayy Committee. Mad. Powibl. Through
the Co-Operation of
Branch of Service_____________
Full name of nearest kin______
Relationship_________Address..
Information Transmitted by
Telephone number_____________
Date
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_Rank or Rating-
appeared. This is no story; it
really happened, and has he got
religion now! He was the Newark
boy I wrote about several weeks
ago that worked on Broad St.
Am feeling well but really an-
xious to be in Florida, even
though the horses and dogs have
been cut out. My love to you all
and kisses for you.
Your brother, Maurice.
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
155 E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
JACK C. JAYSON
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PUBLIC GAS CO.
7200 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avenue
SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL
76 S. E. lit Street
I. RUBIN SONSOriainal Rubins
145 N. Miami Avenue
M ROTH & HAYS
Manufacturer. Agent. Langford Bldg.
MONTE SELIG
Miami. Florida
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN &
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 Road
NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH
WOMEN IN FASHION SHOW
Mrs. Louis Margules received
a letter this week from Pvt. Louis
Gadon, formerly a member of the
staff of Beth David Congrega-
tion. Pvt. Gadon is now over-
seas and excerpts of his letter are
reprinted.
"I received your letter and
rabbi's of December 10th and
13th and needn't tell you how
happy I was to hear from you.
Your letter came when I was at
the front. Am now for a short
rest somewhere and am taking
the opportunity to answer you.
It was a pleasure to read all the
news, and I hope that you con-
tinue to write to me even more
than you hear from me, for I
can't write many at a time as
I'm kept pretty busy."
"Am very glad to know the
news of Beth David. The Beth
David Bulletin is really wonder-
ful and its news an articles are
very interesting. I'm glad that
the Congregation will be rebuilt
and enlarged. Am likewise glad
to hear of the large registration
in the Religious School.
"Mrs. Margulies, there are no
words to describe and it's im-
possible for one to imagine what
actually one goes through in com-
bat. There were so many times
when I was lying on the field
pinned down by enemy fire and
thinking that any moment the
end would come. I have heard
from the other fellows, and know
from my own experience, that
you pray and pray hard. You see
fellows whom you know, wound-
ed or gone, as you go on. Yes. we
know that victory will be ours,
but let us hope and pray that
in the future something horrible
like this will not have to be done.
"I was awarded the infantry
combat badge for being with the
other men in taking the town of
Gampshein. We drive the enemy
back to his own Nazi-contamin-
ated land and will drive the Ris tank pierced by an 88 mm.
back even farther. Ira now in sheU lst u Arthur D. Slote,
Northern France in the Province Miamii was wounded in combat
of Alsace Lorraine. Am withi the g th German border,
same outfit that I was with back
The Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, will
stage its annual pledge luncheon
and fashion show on Thursday.
February 22, at twelve noon at
the Terrace Restaurant. 2364 Col-
lins Ave.. Miami Beach.
One of the highlights of the
afternoon will be a complete show
of the Lou Walter's Terrace re-
view. This year's fashions will be
presented by Margaret Newman
and her beauty prize winning
models, furs by Pinto, and cos-
tume jewelry and bags by Alice
Mayne.
Visitors and members are in-
vited to attend. Reservations must
be made in advance with Mrs.
Irving Kobley, chairman, phone
5-7828, Mrs. Morris Alpert, phone
5-2893, or Council office, phone
3-6554.
LT. A. D. SLOTE WOUNDED
IN ACTION ON NAZI BORDER
in the States, and with the
American 7th Army.
It's pretty tough at times, as
the Heinies don't exactly give us
the key to their cities, but we
blast them out from there just
the same."
Pvt. Nathan Ratner, son of Mrs.
Matilda Ratner of this city, is now
confined to a military hospital in
Madison, Wis. Nathan enlisted
last February, and was called to
active duty in September as an
aviation cadet. He was at Shep-
pard Field, Texas and Altus Field.
Okla., before transferring to
Truax Field, Wis. Nathan has
written his mother that he would
like to hear from his many friends
here and may be addressed: Pvt.
Nathan Ratner. 1090, Hospital
Truax Field, Madison, Wis.
for Rest
Convalescence
iChronicCases
RayPark
Health Resort
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MIAMI W f LACltR o. IO-COUH fLOBICA
MUSA ISLE
INDIAN VILLAGE
1700 N. W. 25th Avenue
Alligator Wrestling
Alligator Farm
Wishing Well
Bead Bracelets and Bags
Silver Work Indian Dolls
Baskets Tom Toms
Pottery Blankets
Bow. and Arrows
Take Bus 15 or 19
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
W. Slote, 669 N. E. 74th St.. have
learned he has been hospitalized
in France for treatment of a com-
pound fracture of the right leg, a
left ankle injury and shrapnel
wounds. He has received the Pur-
ple Heart.
Lt. Slote, who went overseas
six months ago, and members of
his tank crew barely cleared the
machine when it exploded.
N.C.J.W. SPONSORS EIGHTH
IN SERIES OF FORUM MEETS
The eighth in the series of
forums sponsored by the Miami
Section. National Council of Jew-
ish Women, will be held Friday,
February 16, at 1:45 p. m. at the
home of Mrs. L. R. Kupper. 521
E. Di Lido Drive, Di Lido Island.
Miami Beach. Edward Clarke will
speak on "The Human Aspect of
John Sebastian Bach." Miss Betty
Berlin, violinist and member of
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, will render sev-
eral Bach numbers.
HOLLYWOOD NOTES
The Jewish Community Center
of Hollywood announces that
Rabbi Ben Ruditsky of Miami
Beach will conduct the religious
services on Friday evening. Feb-
ruary 16, commencing at eight
o'clock, at the clubroorti of the
organization, Morse Arcade, Hol-
lywood Blvd. The public is in-
vited.
The program committee of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Community Center of Hollywood
reports that it is completing plans
to sponsor a series of lectures on
current events, book reviews,
forms and ceremonies of the Jew-
ish faith and their origin, child
psychology and dramatic inter-
pretations. The lectures will be
delivered by persons prominent
in their particular fields of en-
deavor. The names of the lectur-
ers and dates will be announced
in the very near future.
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THE BROTHERHOOD OF BLOOD
By Archie H. Greenberg
National Commander, Jewish War Veterans
Brotherhood Week is being
cetebrated again this year in
many ways in the more than two
XoSsand communities through-
ouftne United States that of re-
cent vcars have given it almost
official recognition. President
Roosevelt, a majority of our State
Conference of Christians and
Jews in pointing out the parti-
cular significance of the lesson
of national unityrespect for the
other man's race, religion or color
_in this time of war-time
emergency.
In truth, Brotherhood Day has
for many become an integral part
of the observance of the anni-
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versary of George Washington's
birthday, a development which
that great man of tolerance would
heartily endorse if dead men
could speak for themselves. That,
of course, except in a figurative
way. is impossible. But without
becoming over-mystical, I do want
to suggest that the voices of the
dead can be heard in a reliving
of their actions and the restate-
ment of their philosophies.
The "brotherhood" expressed
in the now famous letter that
Washington wrote to the Hebrew
Congregation of Newport, Rhode
Island, in 1790 will live forever.
It can truly be said that George
Washington issued the first pres-
dential Brotherhood proclamation
when he wrote: "It is now no
more that toleration is spoken of
as if it were by the indulgence
of one class of people that an-
other enjoyed the exercise of
their inherent natural rights, for,
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happily, the Government of the
United States which gives to
bigotry no sanction, to persecu-
tion no assistance, requires only
that they who live under its pro-
tection should demand themselves
as good citizens in giving it on
all occasions their effectual sup-
port."
These words of George Wash-
ington will never die in this land
of freedom; they are a part of
our historic annals. Nor, will we
soon forget the story of the four
chaplainsa Catholic priest, two
Protestant ministers and a Jew-
ish rabbiwho died so that
others might live as a German
submarine sunk the S.S. Dor-
chester on a wind swept night
last February as that troopship
was taking American boys over-
seas,the same American dough-
boys who are now fighting and
dying on the western front. This
is a story of the brotherhood of
blood, a story of how four men
of God sacrificed their lives in
the interests of the common good.
You may know the story of
how these menone of them
named Washingtongave their
life belts to four enlisted men
and hand-in-hand went down
with their ship singing a hymn
of praise to their God. General
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General of the Army Service
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Forces in recently presenting
Distinguished Service Crosses to
the next of kin of these four chap-
lains said: 'The manner of their
dying was one of the most noble
deeds of the war."
Today, when I think of brother-
hood, I think of these four chap-
lains, men of different faiths,
joined together in a common
cause for the country they loved
and served so well. I think of this
heroismthis ultimate in coop-
eration between Catholic. Pro-
testant and Jewwhen from time
to time I hear stories of hate and
prejudice. As a veteran, I know
from personal experience that the
battlefield lessons of cooperation
and brotherhood will be a power-
ful post-war force in creating a
better American.
Merchant seaman O'Keefe. a
survivor of the sinking of the
Dorchester, has retold the story
of the last minutes in the lives
of the four churchmen: "As our
lifeboat drifted out of sight," he
said, "we could still see the
chaplains kneeling in prayer on
the slanting deck of the sinking
ship. Their faith gave us the
strength to hold out during the
horrible hours that followed."
And, today, the faith of those
four chaplains gives us the faith
to fight and win this war, a vic-
tory that will guarantee freedom
and liberty for all peoples
throughout the world. And on the
occasion of Brotherhood Week
1945, we of the Jewish War Vet-
erans dedicate the observance to
four brave menFather Wash-
ington, the Reverends Poling and
Fox, and Rabbi Goode.
We dedicate ourselves anew to
the concept of democracy so
beautifully enunciated by Chap-
lain Goode in a letter to his wife
written shortly before the ill
fated S.S. Dorchester sailed for
England. Chaplain Goode wrote:
"We are fighting for the new
age of brotherhood, the age of
brotherhood that will usher in at
the same time the world demo-
cracy we all want. The age when
men will admire the freedom and
responsibility of the common man
in American democracy."
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[ BETWEEN YOU AND ME
(Continued from page 10)
Ossified as interesting reading
I know a number of excellent
- en correspondents whose am-
lon it was to give up journal-
bv to write novels Some of
fan succeeded in realizing this
bition. but very few of them
leceeded in writing good novels
I This first novel of John Gun-
published by Harper, re-
nds me of my friends among
e first-class foreign correspond-
hts whose ventures into the field
f belle lettres did not prove ex-
ktiy happy.
[HERE AND THERE: From
lilwaukce we hear that the
bard of a certain school district
Wisconsin asked prospective
lachers whether they were
Semitic," informing the appli-
nts outright that it would not
teachers who were Jewish
u A Wisconsin statute forbids
|?en the asking of such questions
, The school board was forced
disavow discrimination after
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the matter was brought to the at-
tention of the proper authority
. From Minneapolis we hear
that the University of Minnesota
Daily, largest college paper in the
world, expressed regret over the
fact that in two of its issues an
advertisement was published un-
der "Rooms for Rent" which spec-
ified "to Christians only" .
And here is one from Brazil .
The 14-year old son of the Polish
Minister Tadeo Skowronski has
spread anti-Semitic propaganda
among Brazilian pupils of a
school, saying that the Jews are
of an inferior race. This brought
about an incident with a Jewish
schoolmate named Weissman .
Weissman's father contacted the
Polish Minister, accusing the
diplomat's son of spreading Nazi
Anti-Semitic propaganda .. The
Minister, stating that he was a
friend of the Jews, apologized and
promised to take the necessary
steps to avoid repetition of such
incidents Chil Weissman. in
a letter, accepted the diplomat's
explanation and considered the
incident closed.
Jewlsti fhriaUaun
PAGE ELEVEN
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WAR CHEST CLOSES
CAMPAIGN SHORT
The community war chest
closed its 1945 campaign last Fri-
day with $601,789.48 representing
86.5 per cent of its goal of $695,-
000 for 45 united agencies.
At the final report meeting
general chairman James I. Keller
said the amount represents an
increase of almost $100,000 over
the money raised from the gen-
eral public last year.
The race track contributed $16,-
510 this year, compared with
$124,000 last year. The race track
quota this year was $10,000 and
the race track division raised
165.1 per cent to lead all other
divisions.
Keller said the chest will con-
tinue to accept gifts, but there
will be no more formal campaign-
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Dr. James S. Thomas, OPA dis-
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men for the newly created dis-
trict. Among these are Mark Max
original member and organizer of
the Miami ration board and OPA
price analyst for the Miami field
office, named price administrator
for the district.
Guest speaker in the pulpit of
Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauder-
dale, at regular services Friday
evening will be Rabbi David L.
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of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations and the Hebrew
Union College. His subject will be
"Whither Reform Judaism?"
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!
"To Bigotry No Sanction"
FEBRUARY 18-25. 1945
IN PEACE AS IN WAR-
TEAMWORK
In American homes torn by the
losses and anxieties of this war,
there is one prevailing hope: the
hope for peace, with victory for
the human rights and dignities
we have been forced to defend.
When peace has been restored,
there will be other objectives: a
world freed from the threat of
another and still more terrible
war, ind a nation united for the
great task of reconstruction.
Brotherhood Week 1945 is a call
to all Americans to lay the found-
ations (t!ic only secure founda-
tions which can be laid) for peace
abroad and at home, with secur-
ity lor the ideals of liberty and
justice which the nation has re-
purchased at a supreme price in
the lives of its youth.
Brotherhood is giving to others
the same dignities and i
which we want to keep for our
own happiness and welfare. It is
the basis on which all Americans.
loyal ti diffi I faiths and trad-
ition.-, with varying interests, are
able to work together on the com-
mon tasks which concern Uiern
as citizens. Brotherhood underlies
the mutual respect and trust
without which a democracy di-
vides us in factional fights; it is
therefore our supreme national
""The possibility of peace in the
world depends upon this spirit
of Brotherhood within each na-
tion. Only a spirit, understanding
and skill great enough to pre-
serve unity among free men in-
l side each nation's borders, will
1 have the power to form a co-
operating world. World brother-
hood begins at home.
We learned after the last war
that there are postwar tensions,
and difficult adjustments have i
be made. It will be very easy for
le under the stress ol mal-
i an outlet for
their '
cion directed at othei gi
the past. S periods Ol national
stress and readjustment have
y hal
I I pi
power ii
ial minor-
it !. -.
Brol Week is
Ai
: honor to her
who have died I the
American way of life. l\ is the
3 deal with the post-war
' s in an atmosphere ol mut-
ualWee" and to solve the prob-
: that arise by a great ex-
SleTmen of many racial and
religious background.- working
together in the spirit of Brothel-
hoodI To this no, only patriotism
but religion invokes us. L*
there be no strife R>r *
: i,o brethren."
In givitiu reality within the
bolder! of the United States to
our pledge ol "one nation, indi-
visible, with liberty and lustice
I," we take!!' tep tO-
: liberty and justice ana
peaC( i all mankind. W
shall then be able to Rive mean
I
toward permanent peacegrant-
ing to other '
r_our
i ii !j in this Bro-
: na-
il and
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.. r t< r the
hich concern
them all.
General 1
thai in war wi
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MIAMI
PHONE 7-4292
TO OfR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
Advance Employment
Agency
407 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 9-2679
GREETINGS
MAX THURSTON
and FAMILY
and ASSOCIATES
ACME TRANSFER
& BAGGAGE CO.
SINCLAIR Gas and Oils
626 Fifth Street
PHONE 5-3773
GREETINGS
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
2156 N. W. 27th Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
S. Halperin Phone 3-4552
GREETINGS FROM
MORRIS KALER
KALER PRODUCE CO.
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-5197
GREETINGS
HARTLEY'S
AUTO TOP SHOP
150 N. E. 13th Street
Brotherhood Greetings
RUBINS BODY 4
FENDER WORKS
1306 N. E. Bayshore Court
PHONE 2-6611
We Wish to Extend New Year
Greetings to Our Friends
and Customers
SHERIDAN
FOOD MARKET
415 W. 41st STREET
PHONE 5-7345
GREETINGS
RICHL AND
SUNDRIES
2197 N. W. 36th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SEASON'S GREETINGS
We Have a Supply of
HOLIDAY CARDS
SKAGSETH
STATIONERY CO.
53 N. E. 1st Street
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
To Our Friends and Patrons
HARRY PHILLIPS
AND ASSOCIATES
PONY BAR
224 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9428
OSCEOLA
MARKET
QUALITY WESTERN MEATS
and FANCY GROCERIES
2293 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 4-1727
GREETINGS FROM
GEORGE LANGER
Owner
THE SMS
Not Incorporated
1100 West Flagler Street
Phones: 2-38112-3833
SAVOY PLAZA
HOTEL
On the Ocean Front
Private Beach Solarium
425 Ocean Drive
PHONE 5-4706
GREETINGS
ALEXANDER ORR. JR.
INC.
PLUMBERS
218 N. E. Sixth Street
PHONE 2-3119
H. ANGEL
and
PHIL FELDSTEIN
AND ASSOCIATES OF
G. M. A. CLUB
EXTENDS GREETINGS
TO ALL
150 S. E. FIRST STREET
"In Peace as in WarTeamwork"
Who Will Observe Brotherhood
Week?
Military camps, service clubs\
schools and colleges, business or-
ganizations, labor groups, frater-
nal orders, young people's organ-
izations, veterans' posts, farm or-
ganizations, women's clubs,
churches, synagogues and re-
ligious schools will observe Bro-
iod Week. They will incor-
ii, rate it into their own pro-
grams and observe it in their own
n, It will be observed also
i \ whole communities under the
direction of committees composed
ol leading representative! of all
religious and racial groups con-
I, The National Conference
ol Christians and Jews, which
initiated the national observance
ol Brotherhood Week twelve
thus defines its pur-
B< lieving in a spiritual in-
terpretation of the universe and
Mi .it ion therefrom,
National Conference exists to
GREETINGS
WISTERIA
FRUIT COMPANY
303 E. Fl.ifller Street
MIAMI PHONE 3-2833
Brotherhood Greetings
AL'S SHAMROCK BAR
237 N. E. 1st Avenue
Phone 3-9386
GREETINGS
from
E. STRECKER
Truck Body Builder
724 N. W. 21st Street
GREETINGS
DR. C. E. BARNES
OPTOMETRIST
CONGRESS BUILDING
STREET FLOOR
PHONE 2-5254
Brotherhood Greetings,
JUDGE
HENRY L
OPPENBORN
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
WE EXTEND THE HAND OF
FELLOWSHIP AND
BROTHERHOOD
BAYSTATE PAINT &
WALLPAPER CO.
Thomas B. Curry, prop,
2047 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 9-2814
GREETINGS
TO JEWRY
EVERYHERE
CAPT.
IAMES
E.
SCOTT
TO ALL A HAPPY
BROTHERHOOD
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BEACON HOTEL
LINCOLN CENTER
EL PASO HOTEL
Under the Personal
f Irvmg Weinberg
GREETINGS TO OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
BISCAYNE LAUNDRY
Dry Cleaning
De Luxe Service
*u* '* s... mm BMeh
PHONE 5-0254
promote justice ^5=*^l
standing and rw "% laul
Protestants? Ca&* 51
in the UnitedI StX* *
nate interKroup Dre, SalljI
disfigure and dS1Cw*5|
business, social and ",,,^1
ions, with a vuw to S3|
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which the rehgiouni ,ord il
therhood and jusUie^!J
come the standard^ h 7
lationships." l nu"aiiu
buying War B^ I
Keep
Home CookedKoihiTMj
M N. tilth StitL
Reasonable Rates for Rooml
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private parties.
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS
BEACH MILL AND
SUPPLY CO.
1327 20th St.
ph. :i I
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
PAL'S PLACE]
8235 N. E. Second An.
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LUNCHES
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
GRAYMAR
SODA SHOP
720 N. W. 29th Street
MIAMI
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(Not Incorporated)
Manufacturer!
VENETIAN BLINDS-C0RNICO|
2248 S. W. 8th St.
Phone 4-6921
GREETINGS TO ALL
The Best Chop Suej Toss"
Chicken Chow Min
ORIENTAL GARDEN
272 Weft Flagler Street
Open All Summer
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GREETINGS
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GREETINGS
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JAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1945 +Jewlsti rhrkttan PAGE SEVEN I1EB Of MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation The Jewtoh Welfare Board Help Ui Keep %  Record oi Our Men in Service n w SERVICE DR. KAMENETSKY WILL BE HONORED AT BEACH DINNER A dinner in honor of Dr. Sonya Kamenetsky will be sponsored by the Miami Beach Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine Sunday evening, 6:30 at the Budapest Hungarian Restaurant, 451 Collins Ave. ftVICEMEN TO MAKE PLANS FOR PURIM | In order to give all Jewish Lvicemen an. opportunity to Eke their Punm plans well in vancc of the holiday the Greatr Miami Army and Navy Comittee of the National Jewish Welfare Board wishes to anLunce the various Punm celeations that have been scheduled this area: pfcturday, February 24: Punm Inc.. ai 8:15 p. m. to be held at bnC M,ann YM & YWHA 1567 S. 5th St. Sponsored by the Mijii Service League. |Sundav. February 25: Purim UDDer and dance by invitation at ID m at the Miami Beach JewCenter. 1415 Euclid Ave. onsored by the Miami Beach cwish Center Senior Hostess [Monday, February 26: Purim upper and dance by invitation 6 p. in. at the Miami Beach M & WHA, 1 Lincoln Road. Iponsured by the Miami Beach ervice Leaue. Tuesdav. February 27: Purim upper and dance by invitation 6 p. m. at Temple Israel. 137 E. 19th St.. Miami. Sponsored ly the T-mple Israel Sisterhood. I Special Purim services will be londucted bv Chaplain Saul .Craft and Chaplain Carl Miller In Fridav. February 23. 8 p. m. It the Miami Beach YM & WHA nd the Poinciana Hotel Chapel espectively. Boca Raton Purim services—To held on Monday. February 26 7:30 p. m. at Chapel No. 3. Conducted by Chaplain Meyer flereminskv. Followed by a trip Ft. Lauderdale for Purim reeption. All servicemen are requested apply for their invitations to he Punm affairs by contacting Chaplain Kraft at the Cadillac •Jotel. Miami Beach, phone 5-7421 tension 158 and Chaplain Carl Her at the Georgian Hotel. Mili Beach, phone 5-0711 extension 757. I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S CALENDAR Mmly: DlBcuanlon Group, 8 p. m., Miami Beat-h YM ft THA, Chaplain Carl I. Miller. TnMtar: Choir rehearsal. 8 p. m., Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1418 Euclid Ave., Cantor Emanuel Barkan. Wednesday: Elementary Hebrew. 7:80 p. m. Miami Beach YM & VI1A ; Study Croup. "The Reconstructlonlst Movement," t p. m.. Miami Beach YM WHA. Chaplain Saul Kraft. Friday: Sabbath Services. 8 p. m., Chaplain Saul Kraft. Miami Beach YM & WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Poinciana Hotel. U>55 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat, refreshments served by hostesses frem the Miami Beach Service League; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky. Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field: JWB Oneg Shabbat, refreements served by hostesses from the Miami Service Loague. Saturday: Bcrvloemen's Dance, 8 p. m.. Miami Beach YM ft WHA. refreshments served by Miami Beach Service League; Servicemen's dance, 8 p. m.. Miami YM ft YWHA. 1667 S. W. 6th St.. refreshments served by Miami Servlee League. Sanday: Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m.. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, refreshments served by aelor heste— %  SERVICE MAN WRITES SISTER FROM ENGLAND The following interesting letter was received by the sister of one of the Miami Beach boys now in the service: Somewhere in England Dearest Ellen: I received your letter telling me about your big bond sale. I can just imagine how excited you became. Long as you stick to just selling them outright OK, but if you have to give kisses as a "premium" quit—save them for me. I just felt awfully lonely tonight and thought that maybe I'd feel better if I sat down and wrote to you. There isn't as much to write about England as there used to be for the "noveltv" has long since worn off. I feel I've seen almost everything there is to see here and this is the longest time I've been in one place in the Army. I'm going into London tomorrow, and for the first time I'm not looking forward to it the way I used to. Last time I killed a whole day in a Turkish Bath just getting "warm and clean." I hope you haven't grown so big you've stopped going to Sunday School at the Center—for you can never really outgrow that. I'll let you in on a secret— I'm profiting by my B'nai Elryium experience (remember?). Our Chaplain can only get here every other week, so he asked for a volunteer to conduct services at the base on the odd weeks, so for the past month I have acted as assistant chaplain and have conducted evening services for the boys (even to giving them a sermon). One night I had the topic handed to me as an officer came in and showed me his Jewish Bible that he had carried on a mission that day, and what do you think happened? A piece of flak had torn through the plane, thru his "flak shirt." through Captain Seymour H. Eran. left! his pocket halfway through his M^mi after spending a furlough Bible and hd .^PPed dead on here with his wife. Lillian, and | the page or^ which the Shmma LOUIS GADON WRITES INTERESTING LETTER Just returned from service in Italy, Capt. Seymour M. Miller, is spending a 21-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller, 1919 S. W. 17th St. With him here are his wife. Rhoda, son, and wife's mother, Mrs. L. Aptner, all of Hartford. Conn. NEYLE ANNOUNCES AS CITY COMMISSIONER Henry M. Neyle announced his candidacy for city council of Miami Beach this past Wednesday. Neyle has been a resident of the Beach for 20 years. Members of the Masons, Miami Beach Elks, Optimist, Rod and Reel and Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, Neyle now operates the Bar of Music. When he first came to the area from Sumter, S. C, he worked for the city water department. Later he joined the police department, serving as desk sergeant. His candidacy for city council marks his debut into politics after a successful business career. BEACH CENTER SISTERHOOD TO HAVE REGULAR MEETING Sisterhood, Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold its regular meeting Monday, 8:15 p. m.. at the Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. Under the direction of Mrs. Irving Lehrman, the ladies will present a Purim play. Members and their husbands are invited to attend. A gala game and bingo night will take place Saturday, 8 p. m. at the Center. Capt. Arthur Stone, formerly ktaff officer with the Headquarters Combat Command B, is now on full duly as dental officer with 104th Evacuation Hospital, \PO 403, c/o Postmaster, New fork, it was learned here this Wek. new-born son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman. 926 15th St., Miami Beach. After a short leave spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline, 811 N. W. 13th St., Ensign Joseph H. Kline and his wife Lily left for Boston where the Ensign "is stationed. Out This Coupon cnul Mafl To "WAR RECORDS." Army-4 Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida Name __ Serial NoHome Addres3..„ Birth Date._ Street Jirthplace. City State Civilian OccupationsDate Entry In Service City State Marital Status Pfc. Leonard A. Lubin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Lubin. of 1455 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, is on his way overseas with the Headquarters Battery of the 609th Field, Artillery Bat : talion. A graduate of Miami Beach High School. Lubin at : tended the University of Miami as a pre-medical student prior to his entrance in the service i January, 1942. A sister. Miss Lynn M. Lubin, is an honor student at Miami Beach High School. She has recently been made treasurer of the graduating class and an editor of the "Beach Buzz," a paper devoted to the interests of alumni of the school now serving in the armed forces. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. Devoting Thi. Pag. to the Effort, of the Army-Nayy Committee. Mad. Powibl. Through the Co-Operation of Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress.. Information Transmitted by— Telephone number Date -Discharged __ _Rank or Ratingappeared. This is no story; it really happened, and has he got religion now! He was the Newark boy I wrote about several weeks ago that worked on Broad St. Am feeling well but really anxious to be in Florida, even though the horses and dogs have been cut out. My love to you all and kisses for you. Your brother, Maurice. COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. JACK C. JAYSON MM PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 76 S. E. lit Street I. RUBIN SONS—Oriainal Rubins 145 N. Miami Avenue M ROTH & HAYS Manufacturer. Agent. Langford Bldg. MONTE SELIG Miami. Florida ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & 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 RdMiami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 158 E. Flagler Street Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN IN FASHION SHOW Mrs. Louis Margules received a letter this week from Pvt. Louis Gadon, formerly a member of the staff of Beth David Congregation. Pvt. Gadon is now overseas and excerpts of his letter are reprinted. "I received your letter and rabbi's of December 10th and 13th and needn't tell you how happy I was to hear from you. Your letter came when I was at the front. Am now for a short rest somewhere and am taking the opportunity to answer you. It was a pleasure to read all the news, and I hope that you continue to write to me even more than you hear from me, for I can't write many at a time as I'm kept pretty busy." "Am very glad to know the news of Beth David. The Beth David Bulletin is really wonderful and its news an articles are very interesting. I'm glad that the Congregation will be rebuilt and enlarged. Am likewise glad to hear of the large registration in the Religious School. "Mrs. Margulies, there are no words to describe and it's impossible for one to imagine what actually one goes through in combat. There were so many times when I was lying on the field pinned down by enemy fire and thinking that any moment the end would come. I have heard from the other fellows, and know from my own experience, that you pray and pray hard. You see fellows whom you know, wounded or gone, as you go on. Yes. we know that victory will be ours, but let us hope and pray that in the future something horrible like this will not have to be done. "I was awarded the infantry combat badge for being with the other men in taking the town of Gampshein. We drive the enemy back to his own Nazi-contaminated land and will drive the -— Ris tank pierced by an 88 mm back even farther. Ira now in sheU lst u Arthur D Slote, Northern France in the Province Miamii was wounde d in combat of Alsace Lorraine. Am withi the g th German border, same outfit that I was with back The Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will stage its annual pledge luncheon and fashion show on Thursday. February 22, at twelve noon at the Terrace Restaurant. 2364 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. One of the highlights of the afternoon will be a complete show of the Lou Walter's Terrace review. This year's fashions will be presented by Margaret Newman and her beauty prize winning models, furs by Pinto, and costume jewelry and bags by Alice Mayne. Visitors and members are invited to attend. Reservations must be made in advance with Mrs. Irving Kobley, chairman, phone 5-7828, Mrs. Morris Alpert, phone 5-2893, or Council office, phone 3-6554. LT. A. D. SLOTE WOUNDED IN ACTION ON NAZI BORDER in the States, and with the American 7th Army. It's pretty tough at times, as the Heinies don't exactly give us the key to their cities, but we blast them out from there just the same." Pvt. Nathan Ratner, son of Mrs. Matilda Ratner of this city, is now confined to a military hospital in Madison, Wis. Nathan enlisted last February, and was called to active duty in September as an aviation cadet. He was at Sheppard Field, Texas and Altus Field. Okla., before transferring to Truax Field, Wis. Nathan has written his mother that he would like to hear from his many friends here and may be addressed: Pvt. Nathan Ratner. 1090, Hospital Truax Field, Madison, Wis. for REST CONVALESCENCE „ !" ICHRONICCASES RayPark Health Resort f (HO Q IOOll t ( MIAMI W f LACltR o. IO-COUH fLOBICA MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling Alligator Farm Wishing Well Bead Bracelets and Bags Silver Work Indian Dolls Baskets Tom Toms Pottery Blankets Bow. and Arrows Take Bus 15 or 19 His parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Slote, 669 N. E. 74th St.. have learned he has been hospitalized in France for treatment of a compound fracture of the right leg, a left ankle injury and shrapnel wounds. He has received the Purple Heart. Lt. Slote, who went overseas six months ago, and members of his tank crew barely cleared the machine when it exploded. N.C.J.W. SPONSORS EIGHTH IN SERIES OF FORUM MEETS The eighth in the series of forums sponsored by the Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, will be held Friday, February 16, at 1:45 p. m. at the home of Mrs. L. R. Kupper. 521 E. Di Lido Drive, Di Lido Island. Miami Beach. Edward Clarke will speak on "The Human Aspect of John Sebastian Bach." Miss Betty Berlin, violinist and member of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, will render several Bach numbers. HOLLYWOOD NOTES The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood announces that Rabbi Ben Ruditsky of Miami Beach will conduct the religious services on Friday evening. February 16, commencing at eight o'clock, at the clubroorti of the organization, Morse Arcade, Hollywood Blvd. The public is invited. The program committee of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood reports that it is completing plans to sponsor a series of lectures on current events, book reviews, forms and ceremonies of the Jewish faith and their origin, child psychology and dramatic interpretations. The lectures will be delivered by persons prominent in their particular fields of endeavor. The names of the lecturers and dates will be announced in the very near future. %V IRIECII^ ILKTINO t I N E b T AMltlCAN |(WliH DINNER" dT~ 11 4\ 146 COLLINS AVE %  146 COLLINS AV MIAMI BEACH



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*IDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1945 [ BETWEEN YOU AND ME (Continued from page 10) Ossified as interesting reading I know a number of excellent en correspondents whose amlon it was to give up journalbv to write novels Some of fan succeeded in realizing this bition. but very few of them leceeded in writing good novels I This first novel of John Gunpublished by Harper, rends me of my friends among %  e first-class foreign correspondhts whose ventures into the field f belle lettres did not prove exktiy happy. [HERE AND THERE: From lilwaukce we hear that the bard of a certain school district Wisconsin asked prospective lachers whether they were Semitic," informing the applints outright that it would not teachers who were Jewish u A Wisconsin statute forbids |?en the asking of such questions The school board was forced disavow discrimination after GREETINGS JP TO DATE VAN SERVICE LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 the matter was brought to the attention of the proper authority From Minneapolis we hear that the University of Minnesota Daily, largest college paper in the world, expressed regret over the fact that in two of its issues an advertisement was published under "Rooms for Rent" which specified "to Christians only" And here is one from Brazil The 14-year old son of the Polish Minister Tadeo Skowronski has spread anti-Semitic propaganda among Brazilian pupils of a school, saying that the Jews are of an inferior race. This brought about an incident with a Jewish schoolmate named Weissman Weissman's father contacted the Polish Minister, accusing the diplomat's son of spreading Nazi Anti-Semitic propaganda .. The Minister, stating that he was a friend of the Jews, apologized and promised to take the necessary steps to avoid repetition of such incidents Chil Weissman. in a letter, accepted the diplomat's explanation and considered the incident closed. Jewlsti fhriaUaun PAGE ELEVEN Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. GREETINGS THE BOAT RESTAURANT "The Ship That Never Goes To Sea" 39 N. E. First Avenue PHONE 3-2517 RUSSIAN BEAR RUSSIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE STEAKS — SHASLIK Luncheon from 12 to 3 — Dinner, 5 to 10 — $1.50 Up A la Carte At All Hour* Stalingrad Bar and Lourrfle — Choicest Liquor* TINA VALEN, MYSTIC No Cover, No Minimum—Open Noon to Midnlflht—Phone 6-784* GREETINGS The GARDEN "THE HOME OF DELICIOUS FOOD" LUNCHES • DINNERS 2235 TAMIAMI TRAIL Buses 3 and 5 Stop at Our Door Phone 4-3155 GREETINGS EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE PRICES HOLLEMAN'S The Food The Service The Price Incomparable |BREAKfAST • LUNCHEON • DINNER 237 14th Street MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MINNA LEE IMPORTERS. Inc. 603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS PRINCE BAR B Q & RESTAURANT 3150 S. W. 8th St PHONE 4-9194 WOFFORD TERRACE DINING ROOM COLLINS AVE. AT 24TH STREET *' *T. MIAMI BEACH ON THE OCEAN FRONT Ej. 5"B8 In French Cuisine — Steaki end Chop* Are of the £• Quality Great Variety of Foods Including Chieken-In*W Sea Food. — Prime Ribs of Beel ... All the Best Under Direct Superrialon of Tony Barreco. As In the Past SCIENCE INSTITUTE GIFTS RE ACH $ 500,000 American gifts for the establishment in Palestine of the Weizmann Institute of Science have reached the $500,000 mark, according to an announcement by Edmund I. Kaufmann, President of the American Committee which formulated the plans for the establishment of the Institute and adopted a $2,000,000 goal for the realization of its program. The plan which aims at advancing the cause of science and helping to increase Palestine's capacity to absorb, through the development of new industries, great numbers of Jews who survived the Nazi massacres in Europe, has evoked widespread interest and support. The program wae announced on November 27, 1944, as a 70th birthday tribute to the renowned scientist and the President of the World Zionist Organization and the Jewish Agency for Palestine—Dr. Chaim Weizmann. GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS ABBOTT ELECTRIC General Electric Mazda Lampa Wiring, Repairs and Alterationa of all Types 3400 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-6294 GREETINGS TO ALL Leo & Gingers Bar 633 N. E. 1st Avenue, Miami. Fla. PHONE 3-9436 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS NORTH BAY BOAT CO. 471 N. E. 79th Street PHONE 7-9598 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DeSoto Candy Co. 2428 S. W. 8th St. MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 48-1888 WAR CHEST CLOSES CAMPAIGN SHORT The community war chest closed its 1945 campaign last Friday with $601,789.48 representing 86.5 per cent of its goal of $695,000 for 45 united agencies. At the final report meeting general chairman James I. Keller said the amount represents an increase of almost $100,000 over the money raised from the general public last year. The race track contributed $16,510 this year, compared with $124,000 last year. The race track quota this year was $10,000 and the race track division raised 165.1 per cent to lead all other divisions. Keller said the chest will continue to accept gifts, but there will be no more formal campaigning. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. OPA DIST. DIRECTOR SELECTS NEW MEN Dr. James S. Thomas, OPA district director for South Florida, announced selection of five key men for the newly created district. Among these are Mark Max original member and organizer of the Miami ration board and OPA price analyst for the Miami field office, named price administrator for the district. Guest speaker in the pulpit of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, at regular services Friday evening will be Rabbi David L. Zielonka, of Tampa, who will address the congregation on behalf of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and the Hebrew Union College. His subject will be "Whither Reform Judaism?" United States War Bonds are still the best investment. Brotherhood Greetings SCHAAF PRESERVING CO., Inc. 1306 N. E. Bay shore Court PHONE 2-6611 GREETINGS PICCIOLO Italian-American Restaurant 134-36-38 Collins Ave., Miami Beach BEER and WINES Phone 5-9031 Famous for its Real Italian Dinners, Steaks, Chops. Sea Foods, Pizza, Ravioli, Spaghetti VILj nf il i Y d VKILI_i Formerly The Kay"s Grill Serving Delicious Meals At Popular Prices, 7 A. M. to 8:15 P. M. SUNDAY ROAST LONG ISLAND i nA OUHUni DUCK DINNER, complete.. 9 I .00 SELECTION OF OTHER CHOICE MEALS Always Pine Food 3629 N. E. 2ND AVE. EDWARD'S SERVICE STATION • MECHANICAL REPAIRS CAR PAINTING TIRE RECAPPING BATTERY SERVICE • 1380 S. W. 8TH STREET PHONE 3 1661 Apologia: We regret that we have been unable to accommodate all of our patrons during the past few days, at the peak luncheon and dinner hours ... It Is a glowing tribute to our desire to serve you better ... 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PIUDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1945 *Jewistncridlian PAGE THREE CAMPAIGN AIDES TO HEAR GUTSTADT AT HOTEL_MEETING (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) the membership campaign .while ludco Kenneth Oka heads the Miami Beach workers. Under the leadership of ten majors and 115 captains, it is exSorted that the campaign will result in each committee member onmlline a minimum of 5 new SSSSSS. Add to this the usual number of additional members broufiht in by Sholom Lodge members, and the goal of 1.000 should be attained by March 19, when the campaign will end. The majors, who will be under the supervision of Sam Silver, second vice president of Sholom Chalrman-^Sam Silver, 2nd vlceurMldent, Sholem LoilgeMijois-J. Iti-rnanl Kpector. Louis Gordon, Al.x Cohen, iJtrry GrossberK, Hilton Friedman, r. Marcus B. Clrlln, Qua Trail, Martin Genet. Louis Helman, laldor Goldstein. Martin Von Zamft, Maurice Cromer, Sam Jamison, Arthur Singer, Pavo Emmer. Max Silver, Jerome Welnkle, Paul Barnett. Max Mlntxer, Nai lllumberg. Henry Wolfe, Clarence Feuer. Ben Kssen, Isaac Levin, Matthew Sllversteln. Sam Lachman, <" %  •' irpBertmnn, David Schwanman, l>r. Herman Meyers. Abe Aronovltx, Leo Klsrimteln, Dr. Frank Corel Harry Cordon, Ksq., Dr. Alexami. !• Llbow, Bill Green, Matthew S. Haul!.!. Dr. Al AugustIne, Nat Roth. 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 MAYOR PROCLAIMS BROTHERHOOD WEEK Mayor Leonard K. Thomson, of Miami, in line with the national observance, has proclaimed the period Feb. 18 to 25 as Brotherhood Week, and is acting as honorary chairman of the observance. The Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews is sponsoring a series of affairs in observance of National Brotherhood Week. Highlighting the week's activities will be the Brotherhood Banquet February 22, at the Miami Women's Club. The Brotherhood Week Trio, Dr. Doyd Foster of Newark, N. J., Father Joseph G. Cassidy, of Albany, N. Y.. and Rabbi Marius Ransom, of East Orange, N. J., in Miami for the program with the United States Army Air Forces, will speak. Music will be furnished by the Army Air Forces. Local co-chairmen of the Round Table, Daniel H. Redfearn. Andrew T. Healy, and Alfred Stone, will serve as masters of ceremonies. Synagogues, churches, schools and clubs and leading organizations in the community will observe the occasion with special programs. Frank Becker. Dr. BenJ. Landau, Morris Rosenberg, Jerome Freehllng, Maurice Grossman, Harry Gersteln, kforrla Blerman, AI Quadow. Jack M. Reich, Bd Singer. Judge Kenneth (>ka, Judge Harold Spaet, Joe Rose, Sidney Gans, George M. Cohen. Philip Neuwirth. Ijnuln Bloomfleld. David Phillips. Milton Weiss. Dr. Maurice Rose. George J. Talianoff. Mortimer Raskin. Jacob Marcus, RenJ. Appel, Abe Kurman, Charles Rosengarten, Dr. Al Rosenthal. Dr. Philip Welnsteln, Joe Kolber, Judge Douis Bandel. George Schwartz, Arthur Friedman, Dave Stuzln, Louis Gllman, Seymour Satin. Sam Traurlg, Bernard Pallant. Jules Penrlman, Bernle Sterling, Leonard Kgert. Fred Shochet. Leon Kaplan. Jack August, Paul Weitzmnn, Ben Cornfield, Judge Morris lierlck, Li-mi Andre Rnpee, Mitchell N". Nachman, Hal Hershey, Harry Rosen, William D. Singer. GREETINGS MAURICE'S RESTAURANT 120 N. E. First Avenue MIAMI, FLA. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS BILL'S SERVICE STATION and Belford's Produce & Trucking Co. 1800 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami. Florida BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS yyLa.taa.tet Jvcwman DISTINCTIVE WOMEN'S APPAREL 958 West 41st Street MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-7840 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS LOUIS HAFTEL EXCLUSIVE WOMEN'S SPECIALTY SHOP 1035 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-4245 FEDERATIONS WOMEN IN MEET The majors and captains of the Women's Division of Federation's 1945 Campaign held a luncheon meeting Tuesday afternoon. February 13, at the home of Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis. 5925 N. E. 6th Ave.. Miami. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman from Miami Beach. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman from Miami, and Mrs. Lewis acted has hostesses. The meeting was called for the purpose of reporting on the organization of the Women's Division and learning the campaign plans. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers presided and introduced the majors and captains who reported that they had completed their organization almost entirely. Mrs. Stanley Myers told about the specific plans of the Women's Division. George Chertkof, chairman of the Campaign, spoke about the place of the Women's Division in the campaign as did Joseph Rose, executive director. Those present at the luncheon included: Majors: Mrs. George Chertkof, Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. E. J. Weinstein, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis. Captains: Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Myron Newman, Mrs. Henry Kaufman, Mrs. S. B. Miller. Mrs. M. Grossman, Mrs. Herbert Scher. Mrs. Milton Friedman, Mrs. Nathan Kramer, Mrs. Herman Wepman. Miss Miriam Baumel, Mrs. Leo Aekerman, Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mrs. Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Al Green, Mrs. S. F. Danels, Mrs. Joseph Rosenfeld, Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Mrs. Frank Kline. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, Mrs. Max Siegel, Mrs. Joe Zalis, Mrs. Milton Weiner, Mrs. M. B. Ross. Mrs. Joseph Carp, Mrs. Anne Pastroff. Mrs. Maurice A. Sager, Mrs. William Slepian, Mrs. Jack Cohen. Mrs. Ben Klein, Mrs. M. Meisel. Mrs. H. Platoff, Mrs. M. Wolff. Mrs. G. Glatt. Mrs. N. H. Hankoff. Mrs. Clarence Cohen, Mrs. E. Oka. Mrs. Mvra Farr, Miss Elsie Shackman, Mrs. Charles Raab, .Mrs. Lena Wolk, Mrs. A. Dorf. Mrs. Joseph Mintzes. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS PLAYLAND PHOTO STUDIO 118 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-9174 MIAMI I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure If %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product!" Decro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at •200 N. W. 32nd Street PICON PLAYS TO S.R.O. I PURIM CARD PARTY BY HOUSE LAST SUNDAY LADIES OF BETH DAVID Mollie Picon, nationally famous artist and entertainer, played to an S.R.O. house last Sunday evening, when more than one thousand were present to hear the performance. Several hundred others were turned away from the affair, sponsored by the Miami and Miami Beach "Ys" as an event of their cultural program. Mollie Picon lived up to her excelent reputation and presented a variety program of English and Yiddish songs—old timers as well as modern variations. Her husband, Jacob Kalish, MC'd the evening, delivered several recitations and participated in a skit with Picon. The audience's reception acknowledged the performer's successful presentation. February 25 the "Ys" will present Harold Bauer and Eleanor Fine, pianists. ARBEITER RING TO SPONSOR BANQUET AT RING LYCEUM Arbeiter Ring, Branch 692, of Greater Miami will stage a banquet February 18 at Arbeiter Ring Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Proceeds will go toward helping the Yiddish Scientific Institute. Guest speakers at the affair, beginning at 6 p. m., are Julius Fox, representative of the Institute, and Dr. A. Mockdony. who will outline its work. Tickets may be had by calling Mrs. M. Jacobs, at 2-8336. GREETINGS DR. WALTER K. FOLEY LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH The traditional Purim card party, an annual event of the Beth David Sisterhood, will be held Wednesday evening. February 28. in the auditorium. Rev. and Mrs. Kalman Shapiro, parents of Rabbi Max Shapiro, will be guests of honor. A regular monthly meeting of the Sisterhood will take place Wednesday, February 21 at 2 p. m. Mrs. Jack August, president, will be in charge, and a guest speaker will be presented. Refreshments will be served. 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mDA Y. FEBRUARY 16, 1945 • 'Jmistt ttcrkilar PAGE NINE THE BROTHERHOOD OF BLOOD By Archie H. Greenberg National Commander, Jewish War Veterans Brotherhood Week is being cetebrated again this year in many ways in the more than two XoSsand communities throughouftne United States that of recent vcars have given it almost official recognition. President Roosevelt, a majority of our State Conference of Christians and Jews in pointing out the particular significance of the lesson of national unity—respect for the other man's race, religion or color _in this time of war-time emergency. In truth, Brotherhood Day has for many become an integral part of the observance of the anniWE BUV—SELL—TRADE USED CARS SCARSDALE Used Cars 157 N. W. 36th Street Phone 78-2010 versary of George Washington's birthday, a development which that great man of tolerance would heartily endorse if dead men could speak for themselves. That, of course, except in a figurative way. is impossible. But without becoming over-mystical, I do want to suggest that the voices of the dead can be heard in a reliving of their actions and the restatement of their philosophies. The "brotherhood" expressed in the now famous letter that Washington wrote to the Hebrew Congregation of Newport, Rhode Island, in 1790 will live forever. It can truly be said that George Washington issued the first presdential Brotherhood proclamation when he wrote: "It is now no more that toleration is spoken of as if it were by the indulgence of one class of people that another enjoyed the exercise of their inherent natural rights, for, "WHERE THE ELITE MEET" SHANGRI-LA OPEN TILL 2 A.M. 15 N. E. 3rd Arenue Elks Club Building Authentic Chinese Dishes LUNCHEONS — DINNERS Orders put up to take out PHONE 2-2277 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GEORGE SCHELL SERVICE STATION 688 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-9189 GREETINGS FROM MOSHIER'S SERVICE STATION 2065 S. W. 8th Street happily, the Government of the United States which gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance, requires only that they who live under its protection should demand themselves as good citizens in giving it on all occasions their effectual support." These words of George Washington will never die in this land of freedom; they are a part of our historic annals. Nor, will we soon forget the story of the four chaplains—a Catholic priest, two Protestant ministers and a Jewish rabbi—who died so that others might live as a German submarine sunk the S.S. Dorchester on a wind swept night last February as that troopship was taking American boys overseas,—the same American doughboys who are now fighting and dying on the western front. This is a story of the brotherhood of blood, a story of how four men of God sacrificed their lives in the interests of the common good. You may know the story of how these men—one of them named Washington—gave their life belts to four enlisted men and hand-in-hand went down with their ship singing a hymn of praise to their God. General Brehon Somervell, Commanding General of the Army Service LIQUID ROACH TRAP "X / Keeps tha borne free j \J from every alae and! W Ayv variety of Rooch. ^MeL Guaranteed f~^m?\ No poUoo—No Musi •^i^mS I At YOUR DRUG STORE JW^ or Wo postpaid $1.00. Roach Trap Co.. Ft. Smith. Aiic GREETINGS GEO. E. BUNNELL. INC. CONTRACTING ENGINEERS PILE DRIVING SEA WALLS OF ALL TYPES AND GROINS 79 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 9-1989 To All Our Patrons and Friends • • GREETINGS A. C. Couric and Associates Guardian Fidelity Corp. —LOANS— 344 W. Flagler Street 2-6633 2-4967 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE SUN SALES AND SERVICE 264 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-4533 WISHES ALL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS HANNAU PHOTO STUDIO OF FINE PORTRAITURE 612 LINCOLN ROAD • MIAMI BEACH • PHONE 58-2923 134 BISCAYNE BLVD. • MIAMI • PHONE 3-0513 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DALLETT'S RADIO GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty Third Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS Phone 2-3705 T. W. MILLS Estimate! Free A. H. BECKER R O B B I N S ROOFING & SHEET METAL COMPANY "The Responsible Roofers" ESTABLISHED 1919 ROOFING and ROOF SUPPLIES Retail Contracting, Repairing 222 N. W. 26th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 5-5271 BUG BUSTERS. Inc. 121 FIFTH STREET • MIAMI BEACH J'UMIUATION If you went Bugs, that's your business If you don't, theft ours TERMITE CONTROL RODENT CONTROL MOTH PROOFING MILDEW PROOFING Upt on House Cooler Corp. COOLING AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS FOR HOMES AND COMMERCIAL USES Expert Engineering Service Without Obligation Ask OUT Many Friends Who Hove One 2 S. W. 5th Si Phone 2-6433 GREETINGS COMMERCIAL STANDARD INSURANCE CO. OF FT. WORTH FIRE-WIND & CASUALTY EC. THRALL Fla. Gen. Agt. 2901 Pone de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables. Florida MAY WE EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS WOFFORD HOTEL 2400 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH Forces in recently presenting Distinguished Service Crosses to the next of kin of these four chaplains said: 'The manner of their dying was one of the most noble deeds of the war." Today, when I think of brotherhood, I think of these four chaplains, men of different faiths, joined together in a common cause for the country they loved and served so well. I think of this heroism—this ultimate in cooperation between Catholic. Protestant and Jew—when from time to time I hear stories of hate and prejudice. As a veteran, I know from personal experience that the battlefield lessons of cooperation and brotherhood will be a powerful post-war force in creating a better American. Merchant seaman O'Keefe. a survivor of the sinking of the Dorchester, has retold the story of the last minutes in the lives of the four churchmen: "As our lifeboat drifted out of sight," he said, "we could still see the chaplains kneeling in prayer on the slanting deck of the sinking ship. Their faith gave us the strength to hold out during the horrible hours that followed." And, today, the faith of those four chaplains gives us the faith to fight and win this war, a victory that will guarantee freedom and liberty for all peoples throughout the world. And on the occasion of Brotherhood Week 1945, we of the Jewish War Veterans dedicate the observance to four brave men—Father Washington, the Reverends Poling and Fox, and Rabbi Goode. We dedicate ourselves anew to the concept of democracy so beautifully enunciated by Chaplain Goode in a letter to his wife written shortly before the ill fated S.S. Dorchester sailed for England. Chaplain Goode wrote: "We are fighting for the new age of brotherhood, the age of brotherhood that will usher in at the same time the world democracy we all want. The age when men will admire the freedom and responsibility of the common man in American democracy." —Buy War Bonds Today— r*"L ^OCA. X\3GUST BROS ftyrA Is the BEST.' *VICTOR HOTEL AND DINING ROOM Ocean Drive at 12th Street Managed and Operated By D. ROSNER PHONE 54)041 Miami Beach Dietary Lews Strictly Observed GREETINGS! w ALTERSON BODY WORKS. Inc. 1135 N. Miami Avenue "Skilled Craftsmen Through the Years" GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. SAM JOSEPHER MIAMI SEAFOOD CO. (Wholesale Distributors) FISH AND SHRIMP 675 N. W. 5th Street 9-3330 PHONES Night 5-1357 DIAMONDS JEWELRY LUGGAGE NOVELTIES PROVIDENT JEWELRY & LUGGAGE CO. 39 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-3288 GREETINGS SAVORY BAKE SHOP REAL HOME-MADE BAKED GOODS 1684 Alton Road Phone 5-4941 MIAMI BEACH BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MANCH'S OPEN DOOR RESTAURANT 600 S. W. 8th Street BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DELUXE LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 341 N. W. 36th Street GREETINGS SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. RELIABLE DEPENDABLE 44 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 2-0236 SEASON'S GREETINGS Linen Marking Shirt Lettering Chenille and Felt Lettering Norton & McCormick 610 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 2-5224 GREETINGS ... TO ALL P. RICHARDSON Insulation • Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators 311 Mendosa Arenue Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 4-2201 Phone 3-4860 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343



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MDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1945 +Jewish ikx-Miam PAGE FIVE EX# CUUT Director AJJX. A common belief is that ini i A nrp chiefly results from a t k of %  k nowledge and that the *£ ntcllfeent the .individual % s bigoted he is inclined to ij The fallacy of this premise is Knificantly. but regretfully. r Ih. home in a report of the fena on Dental Education, of t0U American Dental Association £e Chancellor of New York wnrsitv to reduce the number J f Tisn students to be admitted the college of dentistry in that nstitution. i This past week. Supreme Court bustice Meir Steinbrink, as chairnan of the board of directors of SS Eastern ReRional Office of iDL, made public the un-Amcrian •race-quota" proposals adbanccc bv the ADA Council ElseKin ibis paper will be found news story covering the language of the council's report. ADL'S chairman, Justice Steinbrink. in disclosing that the touncil had urged a similar disJiminatory policy in a report to Columbia University and, also, to he Committee on Education to L e United States House of ReL s. charged that the Council's recommendations are Karl : a national policy of discrimination. Justice Stcinbrink's widely Uoted public statement read in Cart: f "Coming at a time when America's sons and daughters of every race, religion and national origin ire giving their lives in a common cause, the recommendations bf the Committee constitute a deblorable repudiation of that for which they are fighting. The discriminatory practices recomnended in these reports will be nposcd upon those young men jid women who will be returnng from the service of their county to start anew their interrupted careers. I "The reports speak of 'marked facial unbalance.' 'a species of educational autointoxication/ 'provincial and parochial,' 'one racial Ltrain' and that 'these students %  re largely of foreign extraction and belong mainly to one racial group.' Such language in a report by a scientific body does violence 10 every concept of modern science and education, of which the great universities are public trustees. Great educational institutions may wish to draw their %  students from the various sections %  of the country, but to set up %  racial or religious rather than educational standards for this purpose, smacks of the worst sort of racism and fascist doctrine. "Those who are concerned with the preservation of the basic American principle of freedom and equality of opportunity for all. must protest against this action. We urge you to reaffirm the role of education in a democratic society by repudiating Dr. Homer's reports as inconsistent with the educational traditions of our democracy and the record of the American Dental Association." There is no quota in the degree of sacrifice on the battle field. There must be no quota against any segment of our American youth who are fortunate to return after this titanic struggle is won. CITIZENS DISCUSS PLANS TO ASSIST VICTIMS OF POLIO Interested members of the community met last Thursday to discuss plans for the formation of an organization for the assistance of polio victims. Realizing the difficulties which those crippled by the dread disease must have in adjusting themselves to the business world and finding suitable work this organization will contact employers with an eye to convincing them of the variety of jobs these men and women, some with extremely capable hands and keen minds can fill, acting for these victims much the same as the government will act for servicemen incapacitated in the war. Active in instigating this project were Jack Cleary, who presided over the meeting Thursday, Leo Axlrod and Hartman K. Boone. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS COURIC U-DRIVE-IT 745 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 2-1672 TO JEWRY EVERWHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend Brotherhood Greetings TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. INC. 320 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 48-1731 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 YOU TO INVESTIGATE 1111 Lincoln Road >/2 Block East oi Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President LARGE CROWD PRESENT AT INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS A gathering of 600 was present Tuesday evening to see officers of the Jewish Home for the Aged installed. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, who previous to coming to Miami was active in a similar project in Chicago for 30 years, conducted the meeting and addressed greetings to the gathering. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan delivered the invocation, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman gave the main address. Alfred B. Rosenstein, newly-installed president, spoke briefly. Also participating in the program were Rabbi Simon April, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Cantor Maurice Mamches, Cantor Emanuel Barkan, and Cantor Samuel Vigoda, of New York. Shepard Broad spoke of the importance of the organization and stressed the need for membership, following which a number of those present pledged their participation. RIVERSIDE OBIAl CHAPEL RAL DIRECTORS Washington Avt. Miami Beach ta Jffcw Ytrt-QthSt.* Amsterdam Aw. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT BALLANTINE'S ALE C America's Firest Since 1840 DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. Whan You Think of Real Eitata Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR SOS Lincoln Road Phona 5-M79 Dependable, Conaciantloua Service Unwanted Hair Removed In the Newest and Speediest Method Known —Short Wave Radio FrequencyAll Work Guaranteed Physicians Endorsement IRENE GOODMAN 530 Lincoln Road Phone 58-2997 Mode From Freeh Orange* LEGAL NOTICES IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 12845 RE: ESTATE OP FRANK M. BATCHELOR. Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL, DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of FRANK M. BATCHEI.OR, deceased: and that on the 19 day of March, 1945. will apply to the Honorable W. F. Hlanton. County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of Bald final report and for final discharge as Executrix of the Estate of FRANK M. BATCHELOR, deceased. This 14 dnv of February. 194... OERTRl'DE A. BATCHELOR Executrix of the Estate of FRANK M. RATCHELOR. MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Executrix. 2/16-23 3/2-9 London Arms Hotel 727 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Fineet Kosher Cuisine Open to the> Public Phone 5-1264 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WOODY'S RESTAURANT at 1309 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK EISENSTAT FRANK S. KAGAN MURRAY DOUCHKESS DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for applicants. 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TICONA MERCANTILE CO. at 343 S. W. N. River Dr., Miami. Fla. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade 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 y Water %  DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME .SiGilLbli, BOTTLE ..'... tOc .'CASE OF SIX X .TABLE" BOTTLES ....... 75e ,' £ iPlu'i Botllf Dtpoiit) PHONE 2-4128 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BUFFET LUNCH at 16 W. Flaglor St., Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NATHAN COHEN NETTIE COHEN Partners LEON KAPLAN Attorney for Applicants 1/26 2/2-9-16-23 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 day of June. A.D. 1942. has filed said Certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wit: Lots 1 & 2, Block 1, Amended Plat of Granada Place, a Resub.. Plat Book 13, Page 51, In the County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property Under the Certificate Issued was In the name of Jennie V. S. Robertson. I'nless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue thereon on the 21st day of February. A.D. 1943. Dated this 17th day of January, A. D. 1945. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By L. M. JOHNSON D. C. 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 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, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ISAAC EMMER MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant. 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE LAWRENCE APARTMENTS at 642 N. E. 82nd Street. Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. „ „ LAWRENCE FRIEDMAN FRANCES FRIEDMAN MYERS A HEIMAN Attorneys for applicants 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of JACK'S PLACE at 3386 Douglas Road. Coconut Grove. Miami, Fla. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HRNRT RTR TJDEL HYMEN MICHAELRON SILVER. KAPLAN A DEITZ Attorneys for Applicants 2/2-9-16-23 3/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged in business under the fictitious name of JOHNSTETT FUR MFG.. 107 N. E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida, and intend to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. NAT STETTNER PETER JOHNIDES 2/9-16-23 3/2-9 A good buy Is a War Bond. Buy now and you will be paid later _$4.00 for every $3.00. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FlyORIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. at R2 N. E. 2fith Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. .___ _._ BIG BEAR FOOD STORES. INC.. a New Jersey Corporation. By SAMUEL FRIEDI.AND President. (Applicant) MYERS A HEIMAN Attornevs for Applicant. 2/9-16-23 3/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Hotel Roberts Tailors Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAX LITWIN MORRIS ENZER DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants 2/16-23 3/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Ad Ventures Syndicated and Mad Ad Ventures at 1751 N. Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JULES MARSHALL ZISSEN MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 2/16-23 3/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of c.OUI.DS BARGAIN STORE at GOULDS, FI.A. Intends to register snld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LIBBY STERLING 2/9-18-2S 3/2-9 Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ot PETER PAN VILLAS at Miami Beach. Fla. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. HARRY KAYE BETTY KAYE JOE RUBIN ROSA RUBIN 2/2-9-16-23 3/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring U> engage In business under the fictitious name of ROSELLE HOTEL at Miami Beach. Fla. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARRY KAYE BETTY KAYE ROSA RUBIN 2/2-9-16-23 3/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BOARDWALK SHOPPE at 2704-6 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, Fla. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EDWARD BEZARK 2/2-9-16-23 3/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of R. A L. CROCKERY at 1316 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LOUIS ROSMAN BERNARD LEVY DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants. 2/2-9-16-23 3/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HOWARD LIQUOR STORE. 205 N. E. 1st Avenue Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GEORGE LEVINE 2/9-16-23 3/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business 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 1/26 2/2-9-16-23 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS: This Is to certify that, whereas, M. L. Shapiro. Miami, Fla. Harry Shoplro, Miami. Fla. Joe Shoplro. Miami. Fla. did on the 29th day of January, A.D. 1936 cause to be Incorporated under the provisions of Chapter 10096. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1925, COASTAL WIPER SUPPLY COMPANY. INC., a corporation, with Its principal place of business at Miami. Dade County, In the State of Florida, and whereas the proper officers of said corporation did on the 11th day of April. A.D. 1940 file In this office Certificate of Amendment Changing Its Corporate Name to COASTAL WIPING RAG COMPANY and whereas the proper officers of such corporation did on the 6th day of January, A.D. 1945 cause to be filed In the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida, a duly authenticated resolution adopted by the stockholders under the provisions of said Chapter 10096. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1923. showing the dissolution of such corporation, and the Secretary of State Is satisfied that the requirements of law have been compiled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. T have hereunto set my hand and have affixed the Great Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the sixth day of January, A. D 1945. R. A. GRAY. 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*Mmiitfkrri^r FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 14. FE2SCNALS %  : Limd tie %  %  ~~2Z ~—— ,-% %  j. -... —~i" 2 — __ ;.A--i : ._-. : K2DGZ J -— •• m TC HAROLD BAUER, TO BE \ :.; % ... T -.', rt-v ?? 20HAM NEXT ON Y SERIO : s ; % %  Bea % %  : %  %  %  %  %  ; ; .... rune p. null -.. r Euftfc 5d %  Aw. %  and • Or•£::*. .a=: sum.' ivailal :• H U* %  V u I roRMER~HADASSAH HEAD PRESENTED AT BETH DAVTD H H Hymen and Jarr.es rf :.irrr.en of the ;45 *B*| War Fund caa-aZaVh -y Hy; L iff %  • Z i %  %  • B a F M. 3f*Gi 3. %  -XXST eORDOX •'--X i %  1*a %  IfcJUir"YOUR JEWISH RJN£RAL HOM€ Hada %  and Z r. will %  :: : 19. at.8 B tfa David i %  made %  -:':. :•: lent at %  V.~. >. ---:. an.-.. man. Major Marvin D. Adams and Sam EL Becker, head..-; th. *L vance gifts division, expect to complete solicitations •_-._= month Pond raisin* in all other divisions rill be*in Marcn 1. Other division heads are: mitttary. Commander Charies A. business. Rev. land Q Saunders. Newton H. Be laager' W. D. Fuller: aty and ccur.ty ^ ~s. Joe Mason. Torr. F Smith: commercial. Sam Blank! V.' Keith Phillips Dr. James T. W.li :-s. Hugh P Emerson: hoJoe HMam, 7: lerie R. Humpage; aaj or t r n en t .ies. a G. Gilrran. John Mantel!: r.ation. DM H. H. V. ;. Jr _. annnel. J:hn G. ..-. ted by l>r. Scfaetfe! W right, ; W W. Mitchell and L. s. .:l:c service, Dave BosMrs H. 0. 5.-.a•*: retail merchants, Eugene Mumpower: rural. Mrs. E. J. .'. Hctnestead: was :.-.dusand construction. Harold D. : rc In charge ;:' pu licit] Mn H. O. Var.ce and Mrs. BETH JACOB WILL SPONSOR GALA EVENT '. ^ j.. Crd.3 -.*•' %  -'-. ; Z •" : zi --•. :: E '^/ \ ; } p. m. at the Mi. 1:^ E Senior High S ^ro.' K?sorT MBHJBFTBF / --• ."^LK Dotted Swiss CURTAINS ^6 9 8 sonas Bun -aa & %  %  ;~ 2# >yo^y^ ^ : .. '. %  %  :. %  -..as. s Hair Tiitiif-Col. WaresFacials %  -.-: .-::• ;--'. .: %  I :>CSS TLX KAHTLXY VCS5 y^L?.CT^.Z DE HAHVZ Ufrance Schoel • i %  %  Nemo Hotel fMEESCAS P1AM od radic n u affau .Pro7; t. "K %  %  "• ".'.' '' -..:; Harry r. i .T". I-. -.". Mas ". %  ; F-.: -r : %  : : Safra Mn Mrs Jack H r-. M Eiayei Mn J septa Er r--r u j Mn Harry V.-e-i; Ticket %  be i urchai t BETH DAVID TO HOLD PRE-PURIM BALL FEB. 18 Da -i 5-ii: '.:-.icnt its ^ ; -v Herrr. Shaw ar.J Mickej C rot U • ir crtras PIONEER WOMEN WTU MEET WEDNESDAY EVENING AT PABBI MAX SHAPIRO WILL SPEAK TO METHODISTS : Week R Max Shapiro D invii I k at the : this Sunday Reg--".ar meeting of ".. Pi "^ : w men's Organiaation riub M 1. will be held ad the Miami Beteb YM.W.HJL Wednesday evemnl at S D. m. Sixth annual Dcncr ?.r.r.erol rxanization will be givenM Beth David auditonum Man* 18. r-* -1 w i z : I : ?r.:sz I:A-: 5 ; 1 1 Z £ • '. *^^w^'i'" ww MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rsbbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olynpia Building Phone 3-3720 enrEHMoin PARK SA-TTTXP^TM 3M •• *--.• <-_ =i-Tiai •-• i-: t:-. ^K: i>.£-S£E D = -^u* %  0m (AD MOW**-' %  am Mi &i*^r7 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S COMMUN—f CEMETERY ^ ^ .'"' I %  ; 1:7; > # _* — "— •' %  — — — ~-srttcri New i> • -' '-' %  %  '-' %  %  -%  '-'%  --:-.5 %  i:? E. r^e-Ler S-_ Miajai I. ROSENGARTEN FUR STORE 118 South Miami Avenue T s To m NEED2008 W. FLAGLEB



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PAGE src *JenistFkrM&r FRIDAY. FEBRUARY DENTAL SOCIETY IS AGAINST REPORT OF .AD-A COUNCIL ... -' ... : ........ e to : -f"%  %  : NEWS OF THE TOWN "Y" FLAMINGO KOSHER RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN Sindwichf, DE LUXE DINNERS 'ashington *v., M B. PHo^, ^ h ""' Washington At 10th St. NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Hold A&JUPI DINING ROOM %  '• ." -_ V \ %  %  • :%  ." ... '. %  ••_.•: Strictly Koiher MM %  ""5*2 R For Reservation Phon M-234""••l K, M B t. S. Handel. M. G.ifora and Fay Lavina of Soring V H B. M. Smethurit, C.P.A. C. PALMER PARKER r p Laws Of PI rCndr ib Uwi c f Austin. Ida ar.-i Massachustta Merr.ter. Amerlcaa Imtitute of Ac ANNOUNCE The Formation of a Partnership Under the Finn Nam SMETHTJRST & PARKER They Will Continue To Engage In the Genera! Practie. „ &f Public Accountancy In New Offices Located In Su-u. *u Shoreland Building. Miami. Honda. 2M Phone 9-1535 %  %  %  Puria Camiral Si* v. v... j -. ? • -• • %  r.gfoi ted now • • s ..-.... %  %  -,-'.. -amival to TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT 646 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH PHONE S m. SERVING THE FINEST OF FOODS Breakfast L.-cn ff%M Cour D.nnr Ratcnaa. P'ic* OPEN EVERY DAY FROM i A M. TILL • P.M.-INCLLO'NQ SUNDAY • : %  %  • %  • • WANTED Experienced Bookkeeper for pert I-— ? -*• -:t $aicju o r :rs: srafarrad Writ* N A -' P 0 Box :?;; Miami :: AUGUST BROS ft** NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION EMILE'S RESTAURANT 865 COLLINS AVTL. MIAMI BEACH Serring Full Course Dinners 5 P. M. to 10 P M. Phona 54-1457 § DVANTAGES of a HAllE FEDERAL MORTGAGE V • r n IATII JJL$T :ATV.SN:S -.CKa TistJ T: ?AT ?i-A-?T lunci D**l With YOU* ncsnTUTion AKFEEtAL -~-V*Ma ij t i ••last NOW OPEN GnRTENBERG & SCHECHTERS GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Washinaton Ave. Phone 5-6617 • • • Catering For All Occasion* Strictly Kosher Cuisina • • • Resarraticns in adranca for Sabbath Meaj Kriegel's Strictly Kosher Dining Room „,, UCD AT ADMIRAL HOTEL MOO MER D AN AVE AM BETcVr^EL. |.*3M %  Om Ertesat, anJ J*cauc = .-. Lakwo. B-ea'a§t up t; • • :OC A. M.—0.r fr m S40 p M Saturaa, f-on 5 00 P. M. aiy OLD SARATOGA INN Btscoyne Boulerord at 77th Street Phone 7-77M Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundays From Noon Cockta^Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH ^^ CLARA MAY DOWNEY'S VJLNEY INN RESTAURANT AND BAH Fr^~ S M. MM Oijl =• „ a v. S--aj. BOULEVARD OLD PLANTATION RECCES § 1 %  %  "trtnad Arthf aii Pi|| $ %  t \ r '* ^JIa ^ a : ^ :• "CBS* ^ 1"-. %  • : %  j_.:.-.-. A:-;.s?c.er ;:' Z"-i:_-. -." rharco*: Brrxlad Staaks. Pr-^a Rib <* Baai aad CaUckas m As Pot Our Deary Special Club Breakfast From A. M. Luacaaoa Frooa 12 Noon Duiaar Serred Frees S To 13 ? %  M. Open 7 AJC to 3 JLM. Air Conditiot>W RETTAURANT MIAMTS —1 AND FINEST FearjkTuiaj Unueaacd Foode. M H-~ PastriM NE. SECOND AVE. at FOUBTH ST.



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t iytewiyh_IEIIiDipidliigup <>^^-THE JEWISH UNI?y~T ami THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 18—NUMBER 7 .J. A. DISSOLVED IT MEETING HELD IN. Y. MONDAY MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS At a meeting Monday in New York leaders of the three major agencies comprising the United Jewish Appeal announced the dissolution of the U. J. A., and that separata 'appeals would be made for 1945. Cincinnati (JTA) — Effort to prevent a break-up of the United Jewish Appeal, threatened by disagreement between the United Palestine Appeal and the Joint Distribution Committee with regard to the proportion of funds each of these agencies is to get from the joint fund-raising campaign in 1945 were made here by the board of directors of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds at a meeting held during the week-end. These efforts climaxed discussions carried on during the past few weeks between officers of the Council and officers of the U.PA. and of the J.D.C. Numerous alternative proposals and a formula of agreement were discussed by a special committee of the Council's board. Welfare fund leaders present at the meeting here were unanimous in stressing the import(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) STANLEY C. MYERS IS JFWF VICE PRESIDENT Stanley C. Myers, honorary president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was elected a vice president of the Council of Jewish Federation Welfare Funds at a meeting of the organization held last weekend in Cincinnati. Sidney Hollander was reelected president. Other vice presidents elected were William Rosenwald. Greenwich; Samuel Schneierson, New York; David M. Watchmaker, Boston. Ira M. Younker of New York was reelected treasurer and Elias Mayer of Chicago secretary. This action was taken at a specially constituted Assembly session of the Board at which favorable action was also taken on an amendment enlarging the board membership from 40 to 60. Mr. Shroder was reelected chairman of the board. PRE-CAMPAIGN "NIGHT OF STARS" IS EVENT OF FEBRUARY 21 A galaxy of top names from the stage, screen and radio is schedule'.! for appearance on the stage of Paramount'! Beach thea[ ter, the night of Feb. 21. The show titled "Night of Stars" is for the benefit of the Heroes Phone Fund is expected to add more than S25.00U to the fund, which enables convalescing returnees to make long distance phone calls to wives, mothers and sweethearts. Ine committee announced that there arc still some $15 and $25 seas available at WIOD at a special booth set up at the Beach theater. The booth is manned by members of the Women's Auxil,{•'.''v oi the Sholem Lodge B'nai a nth who together with the National Council of Jewish Women arc sponsoring this affair. All proceeds of the performance Will go to the phone fund, as all expenses of the undertaking, are ot-'ing borne by the Greater Miami army ;md navy committee of (Jewish National Welfare board. Rome"TjTA)-An enthusiastic reception was given by the Jews m !" i mt \ lhls weck t0 Dr Solomon Umberto Nahon, representa%  %  SET?' W j h ar ved from Jerusalemto distribute about 900 %  'stine immigration certificates. Pre-campaign activity for the. 1945 Federation drive gets under! way this weekend, when the inI itial gifts division of the drive \ will gather to hear Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver. Sam Blank and Jake Sher. both ; officials of Federation, are cochairmen of this division and are DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER Co Pk a SAM BLANK &&&? ^ration's initial Gifts Division arranging this function so that members of this group may be informed and brought up-to-date on world conditions. Rabbi Silver, outstanding leader of American Jewry for many years, has received international recognition for his great contributions to American thought and public welfare. He served as national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal for seven years. His vigorous leadership of the American Zionist Emergency Council throughout the past year is generally regarded as his most notable accomplishment. A public mass meeting was scheduled for Monday evening but Dr. Silver's inability to be present due to the necessity for his immediate return' to Cleveland required that the meeting be called off. George Chertkof, general chairman of the campaign, which formally starts April 8, has announced a series of these small gatherings scheduled for various divisions of the drive, which will.be addressed by outstanding national figures to enlighten the Greater Miami community on the national and international aspects of the world situation. The reason for the small gatherings, Mr. Chertkof stated, is the inability under present war conditions to secure adequate facilities for large gatherings. London (JTA)—The drive to raise funds for the establishment of a Kisch Memorial Forest in Palestine has been oversubscribed. FROM THE PRESIDENT THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON It is highly fitting that in the midst oi the world struggle for liberty we should remind ourselves oi the spiritual realities by which the ideals oi freedom are nourished. The principle oi human brotherhood is the source oi our political democracy and this principle is rooted in the faith which our Fathers knew and which we have lived by. One God is our father and all oi us are brothers and sisters in his family. We worship at different altars and express this iaith in many ways. But deeper than the differences in the spiritual unity that makes us one people. On battlefield throughout the world, Americans oi many cultural backgrounds stand together in one fighting iorce that presents an unbroken front against the enemies oi freedom. We move forward to victory—one people dedicated to one flag in the service of justice and peace ior all. As these men and women oi the fighting iorces carry on their struggle against tyranny overseas, they dream oi the homeland in which equal opportunity ior the good life is open to all. It is, therefore, a solemn duty ior us who lived and work in the United States to keep our country free oi prejudice and bigotry so that when our fighting men return they may find us living by the freedom ior which they are ready to give the full measure oi devotion. The United States is the greatest team oi free men and women that the world has ever seen. This is the hour ior us to decide that our determination shall be in peace, as in war — teamwork. I am happy. therefore, to welcome the twelfth anniversary of Brotherhood Week^ February 18-25, 1945, under the auspices oi the National Conference of Christians and Jews. I hope that our people will come together this week to renew and strengthen their determination to serve the high principles oi liberty through spiritual unity. SYNAGOGUE CONFERENCE HOLDS ITS SECOND MEETING The second annual convention of the Southeastern Synagogue Conference, dedicated to the furtherance and perpetuation of traditional Orthodox Judaism in the Southeastern states, convened in Birmingham, Ala., on February 2, 3 and 4. Delegates and rabbis representing all the southeastern states met in session to deliberate and take counsel with each other in confronting the undry problems common to all southern Jewish communities. HEADS OF PALESTINE RABBINATE RE-ELECTED Jerusalem (JTA)—Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog and Chief Rabbi Ben-Zion Usiel were re-elected heads of the Palestine Rabbinate which is composed of eight rabbis. The other six elected were three Sephardic rabbis and three rabbis of the Ashkenazi community. The elections to the Rabbinate, which take place every eight years, were held at a colorful conclave of 42 rabbis and 38 laymen representing the Jewish National Council of Palestine and the local Jewish communities all over the country. The term of the present Rabbinate expired three years ago, but the Palestine Government, which recognizes the Rabbinate as the supreme Jewish religious institution, extended its term of office taking into consideration that war conditions did not permit new elections. CAMPAIGN AIDES TOHEARGUTSTADT AT HOTEL MEETING Richard E. Gutstadt, national director of the Anti-Defamation League, will address 200 membership campaign workers at a dinner meeting to be held at the Urmey Hotel Tuesday, February 20. at 7 p. m. The dinner will DENTAL SOCIETY IS AGAINST REPORT OF A.D.A. COUNCIL New York (JTA) — The First District Dental Society of New York, largest component of the American Dental Association went on record this week opposing a report of the Dental Education Council of the ADA, which urged that dental colleges admit a smaller number of Jewish students. Similar action was taken at the same time, by the Second District Council of the ADA. Earlier the National Conference of Christians and Jews and Freedom House issued statements attacking the report, which, while not mentioning Jews by name, criticized the "racial and geographical imbalance" of the student body in dental school. Other groups which have hit the stand of the ADA Education Council include the executive council of the New York State Dental Society, the Hudson County, N. J., Dental Society and the Northern District Dental Society of New York and the J.W.V. The report has aroused particular opposition in the New York area because of survey by the ADA Educational Council of the Columbia University College of Denstistry. in which the general (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) RICHARD E. GUTSTADT launch the local B'nai B'rith's one-month campaign to enroll 1,000 new members. The country's oldest service organization, now dedicated to war service, B'nai B'rith is seeking these additional members in order to carry on effectually its expansive war service programs in this area. To insure the success of the membership campaign. President Harold Turk reports that a campaign committee, consisting of 130 members of Sholom Lodge, has been established. Alex Cohn and Marx Feinberg are co-chairmen of the Miami Division of (CONTINUED ON PAGE J) A STATEMENT! j The following telegram was received late Thursday: Editor, Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Rabbi James G. Heller national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal issued following state, ment concerning dissolution of United Jewish Appeal. "Through the channel of the United Jewish Appeal the Jews of America during the past six years extended their sympathetic support to the United Palestine Appeal as well as the Joint Distribution Committee and the National Refugee Service. Statements concerning the reasons for the dissolution of the United Jewish Appeal can serve no useful purpose in this period of high destiny for the Jewish people. "We have given the problems of this year's campaign long and careful consideration with primary regard for the welfare of our brothers abroad who have always been and will continue to be our chief concern. "In conducting its 1945 campaign the United Palestine Appeal recognizes the authority and central importance of local welfare funds. The Jewish welfare funds are the great symbol of unity in American Jewish life. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) RABBIS TO PRESENT RADIO PROGRAM STARTING FEB. 18 The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami will present a weekly rabbinical radio program over Station WKAT beginning this Sunday, February 18. The program will be presented each Sunday from 12:30 to 12:45 p. m. with the various members of the Rabbinical Association speaking on the program. The Rabbinical Hour is sponsored by the synagogues and temples of Greater Miami. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will open the series this Sunday, with Rabbis M. Shapiro, M. Mescheloff. S. April, I. Lehrman, L. Kronish and S. Applebaum taking subsequent weeks. The purpose of these programs will be to acquaint and to educate the general public in matters Jewish. JACOB SHER Co-Chairman of Federation's Initial Gifts Division



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PAGE TWELVE "To Bigotry No Sanction" FEBRUARY 18-25. 1945 IN PEACE AS IN WARTEAMWORK In American homes torn by the losses and anxieties of this war, there is one prevailing hope: the hope for peace, with victory for the human rights and dignities we have been forced to defend. When peace has been restored, there will be other objectives: a world freed from the threat of another and still more terrible war, ind a nation united for the great task of reconstruction. Brotherhood Week 1945 is a call to all Americans to lay the foundations (t!ic only secure foundations which can be laid) for peace abroad and at home, with security lor the ideals of liberty and justice which the nation has repurchased at a supreme price in the lives of its youth. Brotherhood is giving to others the same dignities and i which we want to keep for our own happiness and welfare. It is the basis on which all Americans. loyal ti diffi I faiths and tradition.-, with varying interests, are able to work together on the common tasks which concern Uiern as citizens. Brotherhood underlies the mutual respect and trust without which a democracy divides us in factional fights; it is therefore our supreme national ""The possibility of peace in the world depends upon this spirit of Brotherhood within each nation. Only a spirit, understanding and skill great enough to preserve unity among free men inl side each nation's borders, will 1 have the power to form a cooperating world. World brotherhood begins at home. We learned after the last war that there are postwar tensions, and difficult adjustments have i be made. It will be very easy for le under the stress ol mal%  i an outlet for their %  % %  % %  %  cion directed at othei gi the past. S periods Ol national stress and readjustment have y hal I %  I pi power ii ial minorit !. -. Brol Week is Ai : honor to her who have died I the American way of life. l\ is the 3 deal with the post-war s in an atmosphere ol mutualWee" and to solve the prob: that arise by a great exSleTmen of many racial and religious background.working together in the spirit of BrothelhoodI To this no, only patriotism but religion invokes us. L* there be no strife • R>r : i,o brethren." In givitiu reality within the bolder! of the United States to our pledge ol "one nation, indivisible, with liberty and lustice I," we take!!' tep tO: liberty and justice ana peaC( i all mankind. W shall then be able to Rive mean I toward permanent peace—granting to other r our i ii !j in this Bro:• nail and %  .. r t< r the hich concern them all. General 1 thai in war wi %  '' GREETINGS AUNT SALLY'S KITCHEN 216 N. E. 79th Street MIAMI PHONE 7-4292 TO OfR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Advance Employment Agency 407 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 9-2679 GREETINGS MAX THURSTON and FAMILY and ASSOCIATES ACME TRANSFER & BAGGAGE CO. SINCLAIR Gas and Oils 626 Fifth Street PHONE 5-3773 GREETINGS MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 2156 N. W. 27th Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA S. Halperin Phone 3-4552 GREETINGS FROM MORRIS KALER KALER PRODUCE CO. 1200 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-5197 GREETINGS HARTLEY'S AUTO TOP SHOP 150 N. E. 13th Street Brotherhood Greetings RUBINS BODY 4 FENDER WORKS 1306 N. E. Bayshore Court PHONE 2-6611 We Wish to Extend New Year Greetings to Our Friends and Customers SHERIDAN FOOD MARKET 415 W. 41st STREET PHONE 5-7345 GREETINGS RICHL AND SUNDRIES 2197 N. W. 36th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS We Have a Supply of HOLIDAY CARDS SKAGSETH STATIONERY CO. 53 N. E. 1st Street Sincere Brotherhood Greetings To Our Friends and Patrons HARRY PHILLIPS AND ASSOCIATES PONY BAR 224 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-9428 OSCEOLA MARKET QUALITY WESTERN MEATS and FANCY GROCERIES 2293 S. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 4-1727 GREETINGS FROM GEORGE LANGER Owner THE SMS Not Incorporated 1100 West Flagler Street Phones: 2-3811—2-3833 SAV O Y PLAZA HOTEL On the Ocean Front Private Beach Solarium 425 Ocean Drive PHONE 5-4706 GREETINGS ALEXANDER ORR. JR. INC. PLUMBERS 218 N. E. Sixth Street PHONE 2-3119 H. ANGEL and PHIL FELDSTEIN AND ASSOCIATES OF G. M. A. CLUB EXTENDS GREETINGS TO ALL 150 S. E. FIRST STREET "In Peace as in War—Teamwork" Who Will Observe Brotherhood Week? Military camps, service clubs\ schools and colleges, business organizations, labor groups, fraternal orders, young people's organizations, veterans' posts, farm organizations, women's clubs, churches, synagogues and religious schools will observe Broiod Week. They will incorii, rate it into their own programs and observe it in their own n, It will be observed also i \ whole communities under the direction of committees composed ol leading representative! of all religious and racial groups conI, The National Conference ol Christians and Jews, which initiated the national observance ol Brotherhood Week twelve thus defines its purB< lieving in a spiritual interpretation of the universe and Mi .it ion therefrom, National Conference exists to GREETINGS WISTERIA FRUIT COMPANY 303 E. Fl.ifller Street MIAMI PHONE 3-2833 Brotherhood Greetings AL'S SHAMROCK BAR 237 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 3-9386 GREETINGS from E. STRECKER Truck Body Builder 724 N. W. 21st Street GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST CONGRESS BUILDING STREET FLOOR PHONE 2-5254 Brotherhood Greetings, JUDGE HENRY L OPPENBORN TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS WE EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP AND BROTHERHOOD BAYSTATE PAINT & WALLPAPER CO. Thomas B. Curry, p rop 2047 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2814 GREETINGS TO JEWRY EVERYHERE CAPT. IAMES E. SCOTT TO ALL A HAPPY BROTHERHOOD SENATE HOTEL BEACON HOTEL LINCOLN CENTER EL PASO HOTEL Under the Personal f Irvmg Weinberg GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS BISCAYNE LAUNDRY Dry Cleaning De Luxe Service u '* s... MM BMeh PHONE 5-0254 promote justice ^ 5= *^l standing and rw„ "% laul Protestants? Ca&* 51 in the UnitedI StX* %  nate inter K roup Dre S allj £I disfigure and dS 1Cw *5| business, social and ",,,^1 ions, with a vuw to S3| lishment of a so w > trjl which the rehgiouni ord il therhood and ju s Ui e ^!J come t he standard^ h £ 7 lationships." l nu "aiiu buying War B^ I Keep Home CookedKoihiTMj M N. tilth StitL Reasonable Rates for Rooml Board Special attejff? private parties. GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS BEACH MILL AND SUPPLY CO. 1327 20th St. PH. :i I BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS PAL'S PLACE] 8235 N. E. Second An. BEERS WKJl LUNCHES BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GRAYMAR SODA SHOP 720 N. W. 29th Street MIAMI BILT-RITEBLINDCO.I (Not Incorporated) Manufacturer! VENETIAN BLINDS-C0RNICO| 2248 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-6921 GREETINGS TO ALL The Best Chop Suej Toss" Chicken Chow Min ORIENTAL GARDEN 272 Weft Flagler Street Open All Summer BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS THE TICK TOCK INN 2111 N. E. 2nd Avenu* SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS BISCAYNE TENT 6, AWNING CO. 245 S. W. 6th Str* PHONE 3-6241