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The Jewish Floridian ( March 2, 1945 )

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ihdlie\wiislhJEIliDipidliiaun VOLUME 18—NUMBER 9 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS WISE WILL GIF! DIVISION The special gifts division of the I dialer Miami Jewish Federals will gather Sunday morning Ut the Latin Quarter to hear one nf the best-known figures in Lrican Jewry, Rabbi Stephen l&Wise who will be present to [nuke an address. I The division, headed by Stanley IC Myers and Carl Weinkle, is the second of the groups to hold Us meeting prior to the 1945 campaign to befiin April 8. The guest of honor was the organizer of the famed Free Synagogue in New York and founded the Institute of Religion, rabbinical seminary. At the end of the last war. Dr. Wise organized the American Jewish Congress and is now serving as its head. is well as president of the World Jewish Conference. He is now chairman of the American Zionist Emergency Council. hi its campaign this year. Fed| ration will strive to raise $305,allocated to 63 agencies— | local, national and overseas. George Chertkof, chairman of I the'45 drive, together with Joseph Rose, executive director of Federation, is supervising campaign preliminaries. Division heads have bi en appointed and 1 are now organizing teams. I A series of functions prior to I the campaign, one of which is f Sunday's affair, are scheduled for limit frw we^ks. COMMUNITY LEADERS HOED CONFERENCE WARSAW DELEGATION ASKS PALESTINE ENTRY Jerusalem (JTA)—An appeal to the Polish Provisional Governnent in Warsaw to permit free Jewish emigration from liberated Poland to Palestine was cabled oy the Palestine Victory League Mowing a mass-meeting at which resolutions of greetings were sent to the victorious RusIsianArmy and the Warsaw gov|emment. A delegation of the Jewish National Council visited High Commissioner Lord Gort, and appealed to him to help save the remI nants of European Jewry by sewing their admission to Pales%  K !" interview lasted for a auhour. Dr. Chaim Weizmann mi .visited Chief Rabbi Herzog, %  ?ki? a 1( n K ,hv conversation IE {" M on the urgent need for %  jg unity in the light of the Leaders of Florida communities met at a conference last Sunday afternoon in West Palm Beach. Originally called by the UJA before its dissolution, the meeting was turned over to representatives of the JDC and UPA. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Southeastern region of the Council of Federation and Welfare Funds, presided. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise represented the UPA and spoke of the work and plans of the organization. Donald Hurvitz, recently returned from abroad, spoke for the JDC and depicted the problems of relief affecting the agency. In order to obtain as complete a picture as possible for budgeting purposes it was decided to convene a state meeting of Florida communities at which time these agencies will present their needs. The information given will assist the communities in allocating funds. BNAI B H I TH LODGE TO HEAR DISTRICT HEIITUESBAV EVE Hyman Rubin, president of the 5th district B'nai B'rith, will address Sholom Lodge at its next regular meeting at the Beach "Y", Lincoln Road Tuesday evening, March 6. South Carolina state chairman of the UJA, Mr. Rubin has been active in Jewish affairs for many years and served as state delegate to the American Jewish Conference. His topic will concern Jewish life and the part played by B'nai B'rith. The organization is now in the RED CROSS ASKING world. situation throughout the NEW CONGREGATION |IS SET UP IN MICHIGAN J" iac ..Mich. (JTA)—Criticizm the Central Conference of gaga Rabbis the Union of Mtfat"Hebrew Congregations SSm ? e brew Union College, a 8L 0f .i, ,ocal Jews have an !" *d the establishment of a l'AmK ConRr ^ Bation called the li£& ^ eform jewish c n thT' V. based on the belie Iworto j n dltlons of the modern Ion th. nd rcn ewed emphasis ^s& s piritofRe ItheL?' the wee kly services in EduSL ^"Kregation will be W P e l b y Mrs Flora Vatz. £ ad ^ .the announcel saw. She is believed to be (CONTINUED ON PAQE 4) fcyJHQSH MEN ARE |ECORATED_BY REDS ,ft c a j o T ^M rethan63 -*eRert A, off icers and men of h 'or brav^ have *** n decorat-" h' the w ar T S Ce the outbrealt l** ranf'f'L is "Ported here. ? i,i <'nalUie,'' } h ,v. am on ^ the 182 in the numl the Soviet Union 1 numb er go honored. IRK THIS YEAR This year the Red Cross will ask the American people to raise $200,000,000 to carry out its huge | program of securing blood plasI ma, for nurses, for war prisoners' aid, recreation for servicemen at home and abroad, aid to the families of service and ex-servicemen, and its many other services to the armed forces as well as to Americans at home. In officially opening the campaign now in progress, Chairman O'Connor pointed out that the need for Red Cross services in the coming year Will be greater than ever before. "American men have been fighting throughout the world for a long time," he said. "This year they will need all of the moral support we can give them. The American Red Cross is bringing home to those when wherever they may be, stationed. "The task in the next twelve months will be greater for the Red Cross than ever before, for not only must we serve the men in the war zones, but we will be required to give increasing assistance to the boys coming back to the United States. "We know the American people will respond with overwhelming generosity, knowing that the money they* give to the Red Cross will be used to serve the men and women who are serving in uniform for us." At an organization meeting oi the Miami Beach Business Men s Division of the Red Cross WarFund Campaign, Newton H. Bollinger, chairman, gave final instructions to his seven co-worKers or "captains." ..... .. Bollinger has divided his division into seven units and appointed the following to head the units: Saul Goldstrom, Guy Ellis, Leo Adeeb, Bertram Scheuer. Bob Wheat, Alfred Kilgen, Glen Polk. Meeting with Bollinger and his committee were H. H. Hyman chairman, and James E. Fussell. co-chairman of the campaign, and Mrs. Beatrice N. Vines, executive director, Dade County Chapter. CALL FOR CONFERENCE ON POST-WAR PLANS New York (JTA)—A call for an informal conference to conference to consider the formulation of a unified Jewish post-war program was made by the American Jewish Committee in invitations extended to the Agudas Israel of America, the American Jewish Conference, the American Jewish Congress, and the Jewish Labor Committee. ANTI-ZIONIST LEAFLETS HANDED OUT IN PARIS Paris (JTA)—Following their disruption of Zionist meetings here, a group of youths representing the "Friends of Arab Palestine" distributed anti-Zionist leaflets to persons entering a meeting the Jewish Socialist Bund. The meeting featured an address by Daniel Mayer, Secretary General of the French Socialist Party, who charged that failure of Minister of Justice Francois de Monthon to purge his ministry and the courts of collaborationists was-the cause for the delay in the promulgation of legislation restoring confiscated Jewish property. Declaring that no "Jewish question" existed in France, Mayer cautioned his audience against speaking of a "Jewish problem," asserting that such discussions bred anti-Semitism. The meeting adopted a resolution demanding a prompt solution of questions of property restoration, repatriation of deportees, and a purge of the administration. ROME RABBI LONG HYMAN RUBIN midst of a membership drive to increase the roll by 1,000. Reports of progress of the drive will be given at the next meeting. War service activities will he depicted by members of the committee Tuesday evening and plans for the dedication of the day room sponsored by the lodge and its auxiliary at the Nautilus hospital will be revealed. B'nai B'rith membership of 214,018, organized in more than 1,200 lodges, auxiliaries and youth chapters was announced this week at a meeting of the National Membership Committee of B'nai B'rith by Maurice Bisgyer, national secretaryIt was reported that the men's lodges, as of December 31. 1944, had 139,552 members, including 14,995 in the armed forces. The women's auxiliaries, it was pointed out, had 49,666 and the chapters of Aleph Zadik Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls had 25,000 members. JEWISH LEADERS URGE PASSAGE OF N. Y. BILL Albany, N. Y. (JTA)-Jewish leaders representing all major Jewish organization urged passage by the New York State Legislature of the Ives-Qumn AntiDiscrimination Bill, which bars racial and religious discrimination in employment, during testimony before a joint legislative committee. Judge Joseph M. Proskauer, speaking for the American Jewish Committee, emphasized that he attaches particular importance not so much to the punitive provisions of the bill, as to its conciliation provisions of the bin, as to its conciliation provisions, l think the bill provides an important and vital educational process," he said, terming the bill "a great forward step in advancing in a practical way the ideals upon which our nation is reared Dr. Stephen S. Wise spoke for the bill on behalf of the American Jewish Congress. Henry Epstein, former solicitor general W New York State, advocated pass(CONTINUBD ON PAO 4) PALESTINE IS NOT POWERS IN EGYPT London (JTA)—A high British personality, whose name cannot be disclosed, this week stated that no plan for Palestine was discussed at the conferences held by Roosevelt and Churchill with King Farouk of Egypt and Ibn Saud. He expressed the opinion that "the Palestine question will be settled after the war." A report stating that the U. S. Ambassador in Paris has presented to Gen. de Gaulle a memorandum indicating that the mandates over Palestine, Syria and Lebanon would be handed over to United Nations trusteeship is published in the London Daily Sketch. (State Department sources in Washington told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that they had no knowledge that instructions had gone to Ambassador Caffery in Paris to inform General de Gaulle that the British mandate for Palestine and the French mandates for Lebanon and Syria were to be turned over to an international trusteeship of the United Nations.) The London Daily Herald says that the report that Britain suggested the partitioning of Palestine "can be dismissed." The paper adds that no important decisions and no formal agreements were made during the conversations in Egypt with leaders of the Arab countries. The Manchester Guardian says "whether Palestine remains a mandated territory or becomes an independent state, it will have considerable bearing on post-war security. It adds that no one can contest the fact that the Jewish National Home is a reality and is going to increase in strength. Jerusalem (JTA)—A feeling of excitement prevails among the Jews in Palestine in connection with the report from Cairo that it is expected that the major part of Palestine will be merged wih Lebanon as a Jewish-Christian state. ... This feeling was heightened by (CONTINUED ON PACK 4) Geneva (JTA)—The International Red Cross has received information that the German military authorities have divided Polish war prisoners into Jewish and non-categories, it was learned here. Jewish circles are urging that a competent international organization make strong interventions immediately to prevent harm coming to the Jewish prisoners. Rome (JTA)—Israel Zolli. former chief rabbi of Rome who caused a sensation by his conversion last week to Catholicism, had long been an admirer of Jesus and even wrote a book on the subject several years ago. The 370-page book, entitled "The Nazarene" and published in the Italian language in 1938 by the Institute of Academic Editions in Udine, is a study of the exegesis of the New Testament. In it, Zolli refers to Jesus as a great orator and preacher, emphasizing that "the oratory of Jesus is of a prophetic character." Zolli wrote this book on Jesus when he was teaching at the University of Padua after he became a member of the Fascist Party in order to retain his position at the university. Asked by newspapermen last week as to what prompted him to adopt Catholicism, he said: "This has been going on in me for years, tens of years." The Jewish Telegraphic Agency learns from reliable sources that prior to adopting Catholicism, Zolli, in a communication received in this country, complained that he was facing starvation. He indicated that there was a rift between him and the leaders of the Jewish community in Rome, and that he was at odds also with the Zionists, despite the (CONTINUED ON PAQE 4) PREPARE INDICTMENTS AGAINST BULGARIANS Sofia (JTA)—The prosecutors staff of the Bulgarian Peoples Court is preparing indictments against five categories of persons accused of anti-Jewish activities and they are expected to be tried shortly. The accused, who total 110, are divided into the following groupings: 1—The former Commissar of Jewish Affairs, Alexander Beleff and his assistants and co-workers in the commissariat; 2—All those who mistreated Jews in concentration camps; 3—Persons who wrote or published anti-Semitic literature; 4—Persons who terrorized Jews in the towns and villages to which they were exiled from Sofia and other large cities; and 5—Liquidators of Jewish property, such as lawyers, judges and other functionaries." RUMANIA BROADCASTS THANKS TO THE J. D. C. Bucharest (JTA) — The Rumanian Government, in a broadcast over the Bucharest radio station, expressed thanks to the Joint Distribution Committee, the Swiss Red Cross and Russia for relief supplies sent here. The broadcast lauded the J.D.C. for including insecticide in its relief shipments. It revealed that 2,600 kilograms of insecticide sent by transport plane from 'the United States reached Rumviia within ten days after the plane left American soil. JEWISH DELEGATION NOW IN BUCHAREST Bucharest (JTA)—A delegation of the Jewish community of Debreczen, sent to the Hungarian Provisional Government, has arrived here to confer with Rumanian Jewish leaders on measures to rebuild Jewish life in Hungary and to secure immediate assistance for the surviving Jews of Budapest. The Debreczen Jews have constituted themselves a temporary central body of Hungarian Jewry. i Keep on buying War Bonds. 1



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I PAGE TWO %  f-Jewistifkridiqiri FRIDAY, MARCH ^ PERSONALS WEDDINGS ENGAGEMENT Miss Madeleine G. Barr, daughter Argintar, a sophomore at; Miss Madeleine o. -" %  -"*" Florida State College for Women • ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Barr in Tallahassee has been unof Greenhaven, Kve, is. 1.. %  "= "nimou tv ctoWrprcident of I married Wednesday the Hott '' %  W • M ; formed bv Chaplain Jacob ShankMiss Marine Coleman. of Alj man. US.NR. The bride was Riven ntown Pa., is spending a month : in marriage by her father and here 1 a guest of her aunt and attended by lentown, Pa., is spending a month : in marriage here as a guest of her aunt and attended by uncle Mr. and Mrs. I. H. GoldG. Burger, of 785 Park Ave.. was man. 515 N. E. 26th Ter. She is best man. The reception was held being entertained by another at the hotel. aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.! Mrs. Wall is a graduate of EdgcHarry K.mffman. De Soto Hotel.' wood Park School and attended Miami Beach. Miss Coleman is a the American Academy of Dramajunior at Monrovia seminary, tic Arts. Lt. Wall was graduated Bethlehem. Pa. from John Hopkins University. Ho has been on sea duty for the Mrs. Cecil Myers, of New York, past two years, is here for a visit with her son SAFETY COUNCIL MAN JR. HAD ASS AH QW fs PROBUS CLUB GUEST MISS FRA^ glJff? Henry Graves, of the Dade C >un.vSafety Council, was a aki r at the wititiy Soon of So Probus club. He ; S D Wh.?h U ?o • v a Safe Piaeo in Which to During the course of his noted that there WM .iars accidental here last y' r a nd w t 0 1 ^{ had one of the worst in the country. He up his remarks by statSiucation, engineering .J d ,,, ement are HHM mning of safety m this : "'H''A Gray, secretary of state. and addressed the .ii ILK. and daughter-in-law. Mr. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. and T) le wedding of Sunshine, Fagan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Fagan. to Edward AxlThe enj f Miss Bi tty Miss Ruth Schwartzberg has ro( j was solemnized last Sunday Virginia Wise to Alvin WJ left for Pensacola after spending evening, with Rabbi Simon April man ^ announced by her ps two weeks here at the Mantellofficiating assisted by Rabbi Max j^r and Ml oerl Wii Plaza. Shapiro. A buffet dinner followed § \\> i uin St. Mr. Wa the ceremonies. After a honovtnc ana Mrs Morris Lefcourt, of Stratford, moon trip, the couple will make v :1930 s. W. S. Conn., is spending the season With the j r home here. his son and daughter-in-law. Mr. St. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. Ill S. JOSEPH FELDMAN TO APPEAR HERE SUNDAY W. 30th Road. Mr. and Mrs. L. Brodsky. of New Haven, Conn., arrived here roupcr Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Chisling, 4295 N. Meridian Ave.. annce the engagement of their Joseph Feldman, on the Yid^Jg^ S" ^"of'M brother Pnt _____ aav nigm, iviarvn t, ai me o Prof Edward Clarke of the' D avid auditorium. Known as Onsling of Birmingham Ala and Frol. Ldwaia Uianse. 01 tnt ..,-• ,,f Sine" Feldman will Miami. She is a graduate of Minify of Miami. wiU review £ : a & ^ee-ac comedyam. High schoo* attended the t&^S^SSfoSL -tied ••Pay C Vo C r m Your University of Miami and is a 18 Yiddish graduate of the Marjone Webster ng Feldman will be School of Dramatic Art, WashingMai v Cohen, "The Yiddish ton. D. C. and William Rabins. Mr, Feiner attended schools in comedian. THREE ACT PLAY TO BE GIVEN AT MJJEACH "Y" ..penny W a three-act comedy by Jean Black, will be : by the Miami Beach YM & WHA dramatic club during • i week of March at the "Y" auditorium* D:re> t< d I v Miss Millicent Kasper ; • includes Charlotte Frank. Palmer Martin. Audrey %  : Gertrude Marx. Ed Miss Kasper. Tickets for the pr duction will go on sale 1 is a definite date is set performance. ise guest of her sister ana ."<' ,.,._..._> • ""V ^ 1061 Euclid Ave. ,,!,„,. i„ !•,.,• Mio nf i Mrs N throughout the country, will be .i. "",,., teker 321 S W h Ave featured in a performance SunMiss Chisling is the daughter ,,,, J.I b. v.. Jin we, n ght Mareh 4 at th(? Be[h of (he ]ate Mr and Mis Leo n Q Henri Bidou. this Saturday afternoon. 3 p. m.. at the Spinoza ;j" !" ng Forum, or. the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th St., between Collins Ave. and Ocean Drive. Miami. Beach. N xt Tuesday ev< ning, March 6, at 8 p. m.. Dr. Morris Schneer. of New York, will give the fifth MARK ANNIVERSARY lecture in the series of Know Thyself." Jos. L. Topper of Washington and Miami is chairman. ICOR COMMITTEE TO Springfield, Mass.. his home town, and also Boston university. He is now associated with his father in the real estate business in Miami BIRTHS The Greater Miami Icor committee will ma irst anniiry March 11 with a concert to be hold in the Miami Beach High School. Appearing on the DR. WISE TO PREACH AT CENTER FRIDAY Dr. Stephen S. Wise will occupy The Bris of the son of Mr. and S P' ; kc ''"Mrs. Jack Parzen will take place Satur • R I : S. M. Machtei officiating. During the past week the Brism of thi sons of Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gross, and Mrs. Max Jacobson, and Lt. and Mrs. Snerwin Levine held, with Rabbi Machtei ficiating. n, will be guest Buy War Bonds and Stamps. e How Shall We Face the New World?" Buy More War Bonds. WHEEL ALIGNING WHEEL BALANCING MOTOR TUNE-UP MONAHAN'S 2160 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 3-8266 This UARCO CASHIER lM in In.olcg or Rrrrlpt _a r.l-lot COMI-LITI ITEMULD BllUKU lotted in tr* machine. Call W. A. (Art) Ca.hon Ph. 3-6333, 109 N. E. 2nd St. EDWARD T. NEWMAN KING FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-2111 MILTON KLEIN Painting Contractor No Job Too Large or Too Small PAINTING PAPER HANGING WATERPROOFING PHONE -I.192C Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves 30 Years of Satisfied Customers Visit Our Grove Br:ng Your Camera See Many Varieties of Rare Trees FLOYD'S 521 S. W. 42nd Ave. Phone 4-3710 OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY Your Income Tax Enpert Advice Saves Money J. E. Marqua 6 P "i.t 7425 Collins Ave. Phone 6-33W I. ROSENGARTEN FURRIER PHONE 3-4591 118 S. MIAMI AVE. COLD STORAGE t* RiVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 13M N. W. 7th St. p„. j. 730 Osst car* for chronic tick conw. •to&g&i &2T" Reasonable Prl.ee %  ___ l-erg, Baautlful Ground.,-— *^ M %  %  %  %  %  i i | | | | | l u L ) -| T r lT i mmm **|T | %  | | | t .1 1 MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building p hone 3 3720 i* AW Stor* With Quality Merchandise Washington Av. at 13th St Miami Beach (fe*, fc your convenience Morris Brother's New An parel and Accessor^ Store '0 E. FlagUr St.. Miami SID PALMERS FUNERAL HOMF "SERVING THE TFW,C U T .^^ **UIV1|L SERVING PHONE 9-2664 2008 W. FLAGLER Miss Natalie rronxei, elected president of the newh formed Junior Hadassah {rrmT] She received her B.S. degree bnl the University of Miami, when she is now attending classes aal from which she will receive her I LLB next year. She is presided of her sorority. M. B. ZIONISTS HAVE LUNCHEON imi Beach Zionist District held a lul as part of its : cultural program at the Strand restaurant Wednesday noon. iker was Rabbi Stephen S, Wisi. president of the Zionist Emi : Rency Council. N.H. FOR I. C. TO GATHER TUESDAY DEBBS TO ENTERTAIN SERVICE MEN Fifty men from the Redistrilad tion Army Ground and Servia] Forces will be guests at a ba\ dance to be staged by DEBBS chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Won. en. Sunday night, March 4, at the 1 Elks club. 720 West Ave., Man Beach. Members of the club are I acting as hostesses for this, theI newly-formed organization's fintJ affair. Tickets may be obtained at the I door or-through members of the I DEBBS. All servicemen are weH come. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Serkin, 1 gram will 1 e Arrah Halevy, the pulpit of the Miami Beach 1485 N. W. 4'.st St., announce the I Anyuta Melicov, pianJewish Center at late services! birth of a son. Howard Charles, ist, actress Sunda Love, and the Friday evening. Rabbi Irving on February 12. Miami Jewish Folks Chorus conLehrman. spiritual leader of the — ducted by Louis I AbraCenter, will introduce the worldBRISM iarn Jenofsky. national_ secretary reknowned figure, whose topic Membership of the Miami Chapter. National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, will r at the Miami Beach YM & WHA Tuesday, March 6. at 1:30 p. m. for discussion of business. A board meeting at 11 k will proceed the general meeting. Dainty Shades For Your Boudoir Lamps $• Pleated, washable lumarith fashions these crisp, lovely boudoir lamp shades! They're eggshell, peach or blue and matching rayon niching trims the top and bottom oi the shades! MIAMI STORE. LAMPS, BLXTB FLOOR Custom-Made Seat Coren Convertible Tops One-Day Service TRAIL TOP SHOP 1699 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 9-3*41 VJfsssn MIAMI MACH I 141 • at na&mi EAST f\AGl£l AT )< &p6n 11:15 N K4.AM1 AVI. AT J-l O^eri ii:45.y AT THREE THEATRES. No book ever gav to much to the screen! Characters of a best-seller come alive! "A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN" Joan Blondell As "Aunt Sissy" James Dunn As "Johnny'' Lloyd Nolan As "McSname" Peggy Ann Garner At "Francis" Dorothy McQuire A* "Katie' Tod Donaldson As "Neely" Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS -B SINGLE GRAVES, FAMILY PLOTS AND GROtJP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob-Mu" 3 Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Km For Further Information Phons 9-2864, 4-5922 of l *T



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J-RIDAY, MA RCH 2, 1945 ^JewistiflcrHSan PAGE THREE Face Facts George J. Talianof f Executive Director A.D.L. Ground-breaking ceremonies for the new servicemen's Snack Bar took place last week at the Beach Y grounds, 1 Linnln Road. Left to right, Sam Blank, chairman of Greater Miami urmy and navy committee of the Jewish Welfare board, Monte Selig, Federation president; Carl Weinkle, with the shovel, chairman of the snack bar committee; William Singer, w ho with John Mantell (not shown), are co-chairmen of the building committee, and Gus Jacobson, executive secretary of the snack bar. Washington At 10th St. NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Ucdel AsJUtA Miami Beach Strictly Koiher MMII For Reservation Phone 58-2341 DINING ROOM "MM Reasonable Rates Mgt. S. Handel, M. Qelford and Fay Levlne of Spring Valley, N. Y. TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT 6 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-8478 SERVING THE FINEST OF FOODS Breakfast — Luncheon — Full Course Dinner Reasonable Prices OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 9 A.M. TILL 9 P.M.—INCLUDING SUNDAY NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION EMILE'S RESTAURANT 855 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH Serving Full Course Dinners 5 P. M. to 10 P. M. Phone 58-1457 Make Your Reservation Now for the Entire Passover Week Kriegel's Strictly Kosher Dining Room AT ADMIRAL HOTEL 1020 MERIDIAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH—TEL. 5-9396 PROMINENT RABBI OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M .Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. OR BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH see YOU %  It 5* COLLinS Delightful Cuisine In An Atmosphere of Distinction Charcoal Broiled Steaks. Prime Ribs of Beef and Chicken in the Pot Our Daily Specials Club Breakfast From 7 A.M. Luncheon From 12 Noon Dinner Served From 5 To 10 P. M. Open 7 A.M. to 3 A.M. Air Conditioned RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastries N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned p h ne 2 760 %  '">. MA II A MiCOUi"! ^ir i i c ii ^ MISCHA ELMAN IN CONCERT SNDAY EVE This past week was a busy one for people of good will in this area. The Night of Stars proved a huge success with $25,000 raised for a most noble purpose—the Miami Daily News' Heroes' Phone Fund. The untiring and unselfish efforts of Dave Phillips, Herb E. Scher, Bill Brandt and a host of other public spirited citizens, made this event one of the finest of its type. Brotherhood Week saw the dedication of another billboard depicting the spirit of unity and understanding. An inter-faith trio of prominent clorgymen, Monsignor Joseph G. Cassidy, Dr. Lloyd E. Foster, and Rabbi Marius Ranson, conducted unity programs in military and naval I installations. They also made a \ numbereof civic appearances, cli: maxing their good will tour at a! Brotherhood banquet tendered on Washington'! Birthday under the auspices of the Miami Round Table. With appropriate public ceremony, ground for the snack bar was broken at the Miami Beach YMHA by Carl Weinkle, chairman of the Snack Bar Committee. B'nai B'rith, now in its second century of service to the nation, embarked locally on a drive for one thousand new members. Richard E. Gutstadt, National Director of the Anti-Defamation League, sparked the enthusiasm of 125 membership campaign workers at a dinner which launched the drive. When the story of organizational activities in war time is written, B'nai B'rith should receive prominent recognition for its amazingly extensive and versatile activities in behalf of our war effort. We were privileged to serve as host to harbingers of good will this past week, including Richard E. Gutstadt, Sigmund Livingston. ADL's National Chairman and author of "Must Men Hate." and Henry Hoke, author of "Blackmail." The University of Miami will present Mischa Elman, famed violinist, in a concert Sunday evening, March 4, at the Miami Senior High School. Elman celebrated his 53 birthday recently. Elman was only 12 years of age, when he startled a musical world at his debut in Europe in 1904 to an extent no prodigy had When You Think of Real Eitate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479 Dependable, Conscientious Service 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 NOW OPEN GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER'S GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Washinaton Ave. Phone 5-6617 Catering For All Occasions Strictly Kosher Cuisine e e e Reservations in advance for Sabbath Meals Nemo Hotel AMERICAN PLAN KOSHER CUISINE 116 Collins Ave., Miami Beach PHONE 5-3491 ONE BLOCK TO OCEAN VICTOR HOTEL AND DINING ROOM Ocean Drive at 12th Street Managed and Operated By D. 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PAGE FOUR *JewislJlcrldk>£_ FRIDAY, MARCH 2 The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami. Fla. P. O. Box 2973 P none Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 18.9 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1945 ADAR 17, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 9 THE STORY OF WILLIAM COLEPAUGH On a recent winter night two men were landed on the coast of Maine from a German submarine, assigned to spy in the United States and provided with money and materials to carry on a program of sabotage and destruction. One saboteur was a German Nazi, Erich Gimpel. The other was a native-born American, William Curtis Colepaugh, a Connecticut youth who had attended the Massachusetts Institute ol Technology and other outstanding schools. What made Colepaugh sell his country short? The answer, his former college chums believe, lies in his anti-Semitism. During his school years, this thin, emotional fellow would froth in rage at the mention of the word "Jew," his fraternity brothers say. Comments one of his college associates: "He wrote a thesis while he was in school in which he flared all over the place about the 'Semitic menace.' On a dull evening, all anybody had to do around here was to say a word in favor of any Jew. Colepaugh was more anti-Semitic than pro-Nazi—then. He always said that he had a lot of admiration for Germany." Again it is demonstrated that unbridled anti-Semitism— because it violates the fundamental concept of human equality —is a not uncommon preliminary to outright treason! Thus a traitor is hatched in the web of anti-Semitism, spreading his venom first on an American college campus and then betraying his nation to the Germans by training for espionage in the Third Reich. William Colepaugh likely will hang for his treachery ... He will be forgotten But what of the insensate lew hatred which drove him to his desperate act? Can this madness be eradicated from American life before other youths—native born and from "good families"—go the way of young Colepaugh? Only by ceaselessly hammering home a program of positive education about Jews and Juadism can we keep other Americans from succumbing to the disease of blind hate. —Richard E. Gutstadt PALESTINE IS NOT DISCUSSED WITH POWERS IN EGYPT (CONTINUE D FRO M P*G E the fact that High Cornmissioner Gort paid a visit to Dr. Cl Weizmann at Rehovoth '• lasted for several hours. Almougn this visit was arranged a ago the public nevertheless coupled it with the mo which Roosevelt and Chi. had in Egypt with the Arab kings, e Shertok. head of the polltical department of the Jewisn ,cy, was present at the conversations between tne tiigti Commissioner and Dr. Weizmann. Arab newspapers In Pal commenting on the Roosevelt. Churchill meetings with rareuK and Ibn Saud, declare that tne Arabs in Palestine may ex.vs. The Mishmi i; organ of the Jewish Has| homer Hatzair party, commi nting I on the Cairo re| rts, j against the danger of p.. Palestine, adveatinjj at I •. ment with P 5tin Arabs. L<.. Ii rs of Arab countries mi et• purpose iftins a titution for the pi : Arab Nations have reproposal that Palestine and its neighbouring countries : i n rgi I ii.to a greater Syria, the Jewish Telegraph:, Agency ned from reliable sources. NEW CONGREGATION IS SET UP IN MICHIGAN (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) ROME RABBI LONG ADMIRER OF JESUS HAS BOOK ON HIM (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) fact that he had, in his speeches and articles, supported Zionism. Zolli also revealed that the Jewish Community in Rome was willing to give him 200.000 liras. but that he had asked for 900.000 liras "just to buy a hut and a of land in order to keep from starving." According to all indications, Zolli was unable to secure that sum. Although Zolli mentioned to newspapermen in Rome that his v had joined the Catholic church without being persuaded by him to do so, he failed to state that at the time he married her, she was only half-Jewish. The differences between Zolli and the leaders of the Rome Jewish Community began when the, Germans took over Italy. At that time he advised that the list of, members and contributors of the Jewish community be destroyed and that whatever money was in the treasury of the community be taken out and that the Jews be advised by their leaders to hide, advice was not heeded. As a result, about 2,000 Jews were arrested by the Germans in Rome and deported from the city. The Germans also levied on the Rome Jews a tribute of 50 kilograms of gold. Zolli himself went into hiding during the time when the Germans were in Rome. Upon the liberation of the city by the Allies, the president of the Rome Jewish Community took the position that Zolli should not be reinstated as chief rabbi because he had not been available during the occupation period. The rift between Zolli and the president of the Jewish Community resulted in the Allied Military Government in Rome disbanding the community council and appointing a special commissar to administer the affairs of the community until elections on new officers could be held. YOUNG WOMEN TO HOLD BENEFIT PARTY B"nai B'rith Young Women of Sholom Lodge will hold a benefit card party March 5 in the Park Central hotel beginning at 8 p. m. Door prizes will be awarded and refreshments served. Mrs. Alvin Grossman is in charge of the affair. Tickets may be purchased at the door. the first woman to lead a regular Jewish service in any congregation in the United States. Differing in another way from the cus-, torn of Jewish congregations, the j new group will have no separate women's organization, which in j Jewish Temples are generally known as "sisterhoods." Norman j Buckner is the president of the new congregation. The tenets of the new group are expressed in eight basic princ-1 iples on the basis of which members will be admitted to the congregation. One of the principles declares: "We arc Jews by virtue of our acceptance of Judaism. We are not a nation. We are a religious group only. We stand for the continuation of Judaism solely as a religion: and not as a political entity, either in whole or in part. We stand unequivocally for the separation of church and state. Our religion is Judaism. Our nation is the United States of America. Our nationalit;, is American. Our flag is the Stars and Stripes. We look upon Palestine, not as a Jewish nation, but as one of the places where those who are oppressed may find a haven of refuge. We consider it our sacred privilege to promote the spiritual, cultural and social welfare of our coreligionists there and elsewhere." AJC BOARD MEMBERS WILL MEETON FRIDAY Board members of the Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. Benjamin Sherrv. 4214 Post Ave.. Miami Beach. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, national president of the organization. CENTER SISTERHOOD BOARD MEETS MONDAY Board members of the Miami Beach Jewish Center sisterhood will gather Monday. March 5, at the home of Mrs. Joseph Rose, president, for lunch and discussion of business. To be considered are plans for the card party which will be held March 21 at the Strathaven hotel through the courtesy of Max Greenberg and associates. JEWISH LEADERS URGE PASSAGE OF N. Y. BILL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) age of the bill on behalf of the nal Community Relations Advisory Council. Nathaniel M. Minkoff urged its speedy passage all of the Jewish Labor Committee. Judge Meir Steinbrink, in a telegram sent as chairman of the Eastern Regional Oft the Anti-Defamation League of the B"nai B'rith, said that the bill "must be passed without emasculating its provisions through amendments designed to cripple its effectiveness." The University of Miami Presents E MISCH A LMAN Sunday Afternoon. March 4th. 4:30 Miami Senior High School, 2400 Flagler St Ticket! incl. Fed. Tax $2.40. $1.80. $1.20. Service Peronn.i >„* e. .. 8 H£ 3, M-urvfrjhB£VfiSa J.D.C. SPENDS 3.000.000 LEI IN JEWISH RELIEF New York (JTAl—The sum of approximately 3,000,000,000 lei was spent by the Joint Distribution committee for Jewish relief in Rumania during the last six months, it was announced at a press conference addressed by Kobert Pilpel, overseas representative of the J.D.C. who just returned to this country. More than 70,000.000 pengoes were sp ent by thp j. DC y for %ehi f r JeWS In un Karv during the same period, he said. Approximately 35,000,000 francs were spent by the J.D.C. for Jewish of tin? Fran CC dur,n the !" nth of January alone. All these sums run into millions of dollars, it was en Mr aS p^ d at the conference^ Mr. Pilpel reported that the surviving Jews of Europe are showing "an amazing Kenw m maintaining their coS organizations and in making tremendous efforts to help'Xnt RUTH B ROTM A N PRESENTS Bronislaw Huberman INTERNATIONALLY FAMED VIOLINIST DIRECTOR OF PALESTINE ORCHESTRA SPONSORED BY American Jewish Congress Monday, April 2 — 8:30 P.M. WHITE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM 320 N. E. 2nd AVE. TICKETS ON SALE MARCH 10th SI.50, S2.00. $2.50 PLUS TAX Miami: Burdine's, Red Cross Drug Store (Kodak Dept). Miami Beach: Roney Plaza HoteL Sake-Fifth Ave., Blackstom Hotel, Miami Beach Radio Co., Eddie's News 8c Stuff. 41st St.. Morris Bros., Miami Beach Hardware. 539 Washington At*. Headquarters Dr. A. Hampton. 717 Langlord Bldg. Telephone 90-2358 ENJOY A FRAYLICHEN PESACH IN A TRADITIONAL ATMOSPHERE AT THE London Arms Hotel REV. JACOB LEVIN OF DETROIT WILL CONDUCT SADER SERVICES DINING ROOM NOW OPEN DAILY TO PUBLIC Make Reservations Now For Passover B. H. LONDON. Manager 737 Collins Ave. PHONE 5-1264 Miami Beach Dade Federal's principle of "Careful and Conservative Lending" has meant safety and security for home owners and investors. For over a decade Dade Federal has been a leading financial institution of Greater Miami. It has placed millions of dollars in first mortgages and enjoys the confidence of home owners and investors because of its sound judgment, easy monthly payment plan, prompt service and low interest rates. Dade Federal invites you to consult with them concerning your financial and home mortgage problems. RESOURCES OVER $11,000,000 DADEFEDERAL OF MIAMI •1 NORTH EAST FIRST AVE JOSEPH M. LIPTON ... PRESIDENT



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FmUAY, MARCH 2, 1945 +Je*isttfk)r*tiajn PAGE FIVE myou WRITE fl CHECK ON THE BANK OF LIFE^ tfi BLOOD DONORS NEEDED! THE GIFT OF LIFE ITSELF" Is Yours To Give DONATE itrtkc OADE COUI1TY BLOOD BArtK 11 Become a Blood Donor NOW! HEED THE NEED —GIVE THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE" BLOOD BANK DEPOSITORIES: MIAMI BEACH BLOOD BANK STATION Located in Morris Brothers' Deportment Store 1261 Washington Arenue Tuesdays-Thursdays. 9-12 Noon The Miami Beach Blood Bank Receiring Station Is Sponsored by B'nai B'rith and Woman's Auxiliary FLORIDA POWER BLOOD BANK STATION Ingraham Bldg. Daily 9 to 1:30 P. M.—Excepting Saturdays IACKSON MEMORIAL BLOOD BANK Daily 8:30 A. M. to 2 P. M.—Excepting Saturdays Thursdays 5-7 P. M. — Sundays 9 to 11 A. M. SAINT FRANCIS HOSPITAL Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 A. M. to 1 P. M CAUTION! Eat no food for four hours prior to giving blood No After Effects No loss of time—Immediate attention is given This Appeal Made Possible Through The Co-Operation of: JOE & TONY'S BAR AND GRILL 937 W. Flagler St. HABANA HOTEL 1308 Drexel Ave.. Miami Beach Philip Burlow, Mgr. WEBSTER HOTEL 1220 Collins Ave., Miami Beach David Neilinger, Owner GREEN TREE HOTEL 110 N. E. 2nd Ave. LEONARD HOTEL 54 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach SUN HOTEL 742 5th St., Miami Beach BEACH END HOTEL 130 Biscayne St., Miami Beach ANN'S VEGETARIAN HEALTH RESORT 146 Washington Ave., Miami Beach PREMIER HOTEL 754 Collins Ave., Miami Beach FAIRMONT HOTEL 1000 Collins Ave., Miami Beach BILLOWS HOTEL 127 27th St., Miami Beach Abe H. Mazor BELMONT HOTEL 201 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach BARBIZON HOTEL 530 Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach OCEAN HAVEN HOTEL 155 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach WESTVIEW HOTEL 923 West Ave., Miami Beach FLAMINGO PLAZA HOTEL 1055 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach CARLTON HOTEL 1433 Collins Ave., Miami Beach CENTURY HOTEL 140 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach CLINTON HOTEL 825 Washington Ave., Miami Beach TRITON HOTEL 2729 Collins Ave., Miami Beach REGAL HOTEL 615 5th St., Miami Beach WHITEHART HOTEL 315 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach LAFAYETTE HOTEL 944 Collins Ave., Miami Beach CREST HOTEL 1670 James Ave., Miami Beach i



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• ; PAGE SIX f Jewisftlcridiari FRIDAY, MA RCH 2, SARAH OSNATHHALEVI COMMITTEE> HEADS FEATURED IN CONCERT FOR HOME FOR AGED A cultural evening to be presented in the form of a concort will take place this Sunday featuring Sara Osnath Halcvi. oriental singer. Miss Havevi is internationally known for her interpretative rendition of Palestinian numbers. Anyuta Melicov will be her accompanist. The affair will be given for the benefit of HIAS. and will also feature the Bialik Singing Society of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Cantor Emanucl Barkan conducts the group and Edythe Freeman serves as accompanist. B'NArB'RITH WOMEN TO STAGE PARTY B'nai B'rith Women of Sholom Lodge will stage a dessert bridge partv Thursday. March 8, starting at 8:45 p. m. in the Alamac Hotel, 1300 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Catering to both men and women, the admission price will include the entire evening's activities. Mrs. Jack Fein is chairman oi the affair, assisted by Mrs. Joseph Bermann and Mrs. Hannah Levous. Reservations may be obtained from Mrs. Norman Jacobs. 2-6833 or Miss Samuel Gold. 58-1470. Alfred B. Rosenstein, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, this week announced the appointment of Max Greenberg, as chairman of the building comniitt.v and Isadore Goldberg to head the membership committee. A board meeting of the organization will be held following the Federation breakfast Sunday morning at the Home for the Aged. S. W. 12th Ave. at 4th St. The public is invited to an open house to be held at the Home from 4 to 6;30 the same afternoon. Refreshments will be served and a dinner for the board ot directors will follow. HAT HEN HERE LEGAL NOTICES Ml W PIONEER WOMEN TO HOLD REGULAR MEET The Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami Club No. 1 will hold their regular meeting Wednesd.iv evening. March 7. at 8 o'clock at the Miami Beach Y. 1 Lincoln Road. At this meeting the final plans for the donor dinner to be held at Beth David Talmud Torah. March 18, will be completed. "Miss MTAMTBEACH'' FINALS ON MARCH 11 HADASSAH SPONSORS BINGO PARTY MARCH 6 A bingo party sponsored by the Business and Professional Women's Division of Miami Chapter oi Hadassah, will be held Tuesday, March 6 at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415: Euclid Ave., Miami Beach at 8 p. m. Refreshments will be served. The admission price of $1 entitles -, ;;• %  player to ten free games and valAmeric a will be selected uable prizes. Finals in the quest of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber oi Commerce for 'Miss Miami Beach 1945" will be held at the Blackstone hotel. March 11. Martin M. Gilbert, chairman of the jaycees committee announced. The Miami Beach Jaycees hold the franchise this year for the selection of "Miss Florida, who. with "Miss Miami Beach, will go to Atlantic City next September for the finals in which "Mis.FRtDAY. MARCH t: National Council "> %  SL Uv. MARCH* Women, Beach "V." b p. m., dime.. MONDAY. MARCH 5: Temule ,!•,. %  v. men, M i "I M p. m.: Miami n Center S l:3g p. m.; 1 elati party, Central Beach Blementar) Srhool, B : m. TUESDAY, MARCH 6: Beth Jacob .terho. I m. National Home for Jewish Cl at Denv. r res ilai me. tl Miami %  I Meeting:, S p. m.; Hadassah Meet %  ''."" onal Women, bingo pain, Miami Bead J. •• -' %  C. liter, >' %  "' % %  A. lull Ch. i i a Singh sponsor. .1 bj the Bun %  '•-" Education In coopi iitlon wltl ••Y -" in.I affiliated i ongr. gallons, Miami Beach Jewish Center. p. in A. I''• Ad> !-• %  meeting, p. m to 3 30 p. m. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7: Boai !' %  • ih Sholem i < %  I, 7i \\ ii-i St., p. m Mr* Charles Tobln, chali man: Bel h Jacob, Adull Institute, 8 to l" p. in Nal lonal Count il of .' %  w i :• h V," :' p. in : W men's Cli • Branch '.'. I %  in ; B'nal B'rith Women, membership pai ty, 2 p. HI home "f Mi Turk, 1312 Royal ["aim Ave : Miami n. a, h Jew Ish Centel %  || %  • % %  : i,, tloi Wltl thl .1. nigh hdii.itIon and organizations, i> in. THURSDAY. MARCH 8: B'nal B'rith Women's L Adull Coui ses sponsoi ed by the B irea i of .ii" i.-h Edu i Temple Israel, Bi th I i.iId, i' ii FRIDAY. MARCH 9: Amei Ii oi Jew i-li i women's Friday Review, l 30 p. in. ;f N W?c^ ,•,,,.,, ,.i i de %  %  '• KICHARJJ VEBI \\Tii.\ POTOKAB, JR. u VRX FKINBERQ v rl „ for Applicants. 30 .,. |s HEREBY orVKN that ,. un ,,i. desiring to engage in T, ESS" at IMU'LDS BARGAIN Mi'ltl. at 23 a -- IM IHF COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE. ,;, BSTATEbF ADRA ABRAMS. „.";;,' MI Persona Havor Den andi Against • %  ;"',' .. i'', ,. h of you, are lyrebird to pri sent any arhfch you or iv. again the KDRA ABRAM8 deceajed unty, Florida, t.i thill u % %  BI inton, County Judge of I ..el. county, and file the sain.In his i courthouse in la, within eight 'nun the date of the ... h. r. if Ba I lalma or ds i italn the legal address f the claimant and i" !' %  • sworn to 'oresald, or same — i see S. ctlon 1X0 ot the '•' A ''' .... TH. i\l \S JOSEPH KAMI!.") N f th. l-'-t Will ami T... %  : ADRA ABRAM8, • MAX R SILVER i.v tutor. %  I Keep on Buying War Bonds. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. FLAMINGO KOSHER RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN Sandwiches DE LUXE DINNERS Luncheon 743 Washington Ave., M. B. Phone 58-2902 MAKE RESERVATION NOW FOR SEDAR SERVICES LAUDERDALE SERVICES Rabbi Samuel H. Baron will continue his series of talks on the topic "A>k the Rabbi' at regular Friday evening services at Temple Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdale. NOTICE IS HKKKBY GIVEN that ,l„. un.li • %  ed desii ins t" engage In der tinflctltloui name "f Fabric! Co. al MS 8, W. N. River M Miami. Florida Intends name with the Clerk urt of Dadf County, S BPBCHT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that d. airing to engage In the fictitious name of ROSELIJ5 HOTEL SI Miami Beach. ntenda to register wild name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of 1 lade Count>. Florida. II \Kl:Y KATE RETTY KATE ROSA RUBIN 2 2-9-10-23 3 : ARBEITER RING IN REGULAR MEETING Arbeiter Ring. Branch 692. will hold a regular meeting Wednesday. 8:30 p. m. at the Arbeiter Ring Lyceum. 25 Washington Ave. A special finance committee report will be given. A memorial service for Mandell Levin will be held. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt the undersigned, dcslritie to engage In ~s uniier the flrtltlous name of BOARDWALK SHOPPE at 2704-6 Ocean Drive. Miami Ilearh. Fin. Infi-niis tn register sai.l name with the Clerk "f the I'lrcuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. EDWARD IlEZARK 2 2-9-16-23 3/2 REVLINHOTEL Collins Ave. at 13th St.. M. B. DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Reservations Suggested For Full Passover Week Deluxe Full Course Dinner Served from 5-8 P. M. DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED—PHONE 58-3668 MARKOWITZ POST TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE The Freda Markowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans will hold open house at the YM & YWHA. 1567 S. W. 5th St.. on Sunday night. March 4. at 8 p"clock. War Bonds will be awarded. The public is invited. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enitaco | n business under the rirtitioun name of HOWARD LIQUOR STORE, 106 N. E. 1st Avenue Intends to rrglster said iiuino wlih the Clerk of the Circuit Court nf Dade County, Florida. GEORGE LEVINE t (-16-2) ] •: -:• NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned i encased In buelns under the fictitious name of JOHN8TETT FUR MFG., in; N. K. 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida, and Intern! t., register the said flrtltlous name In the ..ftiee .,f the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pnde County, Florida. NAT STKTTNV:it PETER JullNIIiES 2!-l-?3 | l-J lilllBIIIHIIIIHilll ITOUBY I PAINTING ICO. BOOK REVIEW BY MRS. I. M. WEINSTEIN "Gentlemen Speak of Peace" authored by William Ziff will be wed by Mrs, I. M. Weinstein at a meeting in Beth David Synagogue Monday, March 19 at 8 p. m. Mrs. Jack August, president of the Sisterhood, reports that all proceeds will go for the benefit of the religious school. Tickets may be had by contacting Mrs. Norman Jacobs. 2-6893. or Mrs. Louis Margulies. 2-1473. N.R.S. TO CONDUCT ITS OWN CAMPAIGN New York (JTA)— Emphasizthat the dissolution of the nited Jewish Appeal was in no way related to the financial requirements of the National Refugee Service, Charles A. Riegelman, president of the N.R.S.. announced that as a result of the break-up, the National Refugee Service is compelled to conduct an independent fund raising campaign. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE. No. 1.V.I47 In Re: ESTATE OF ROBERT WALLACE W' II I|I. Ii,.,-, ,., ,| NOTICE TO CREDITORS I" Ail Creditor! and All Persona Hav1 %  HIor Demand! Aaainst 'I Estat. : and each of you, are hereby notifli .i ind required to present any mil demands which you, or either of you. may have sgslnsl the estate -.f ROBERT WALLACE W. .< >I> %  ed late of DADE Countv. Florida, to th.Hon. \v p. BLANTON, County Ju.lciof Dade County, and 8 -iinIn his office In the county Courthouse In Dade County, i-iiirlila within eight calendar months from th* flat* of the first publication i_ %  • Bald claims or demand! to eontain the leg il address of the claimant /:'• u "'" n to and presented as %  aid, or ami win i„. barred s r e Section Martha IMS Probst* A,,. Data February 81, \ |i 1*45 WALLACE BELL WOOD. A Ex*, itor of the Las) will an %  /;.;'•,'• ?f ROBERT MAX'-.V 's.^i'-i!'' -" %  a v ,".; ; ':^ '"'• Eiecutor. d WAL3 5CCOI LlUNS£D AND IHSVRED CONTRACTORS 669 N.W.6^Street. Buy War Bonds and Stamp s. for REST CONVALESCEMCt ."JCMRONICCASES RayPark Health Resort MIAMI 36. FLORIDA IIIIIHIIIIHIIIIBIIHUIIIB Hill NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED h inter w;n Ai 1nf 1141 ... File A RDM NOTICEI IS HEREBY OIVEN that Bald .-,..i^.,,„ '.' he |H, "" following !..,,; "'.'' %  "•• •'"''Miifs the c.uintv i.f u,\ J' '""l"''v In the ,t '''•'• s,; "'% %  < Florida, to. --,,M. ; ..,,i..^.;;n,: i ',; T,,j.:;a v: %  ',"." ol .;•'„ ';-M^"••'" afloor on the ," 'J bf 1 Cou "">"< %  OT April. V'rtS '" tn ^ !" nth of AprU, 14B ni,h '" h* 2nd day C|..rk K ..? f .V F -\ TH !" MAN. *. T=V """"• "* 3/2-9-l.23 V L M JOHN SON. D. C. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 18 HERF.uv n^T-^. the undersigned, desiring 1 VEN lioj liuslness under the fl.iii,,„!. enn t h PETER PAN V1I.1.W "*. n n2 Beaoh. Fla. Intend, t „ r Ml.2 name with the Cl f rk nf tJ"* S Court of Bade Countv I'lortl^nsl HARRY Ki-p*BETTY KAYE JOE RUBIN ROSA RL'KIV 2/2-9-18-2S 3/2 %  ""•" NOTICE 18 HFREHT~erv7rr— the undersisrned, delrli 1B ,, ,\ !" %X liuslnew under the fletltioi .^ M a J M-K'R PLACE at m .SJiTS'S Cocoput Orove. Miami MJ 1 *' *V, to register nalri name with ,h. P,' 1 "* th* Clrcalt Court of |, ;ld rWk Florida, "*• c uat, HI-7NRT STIIFOFF. HYMEN MH'H M-ISA SILVER. KAPLAN %  l'nf )}i Attorneys for Applicant. 2/a-a-i-*s 8/1 U NOTICE IS HEREIlvTiTvFV^ the undersigned, deslrlnv to en,?f huslnsss under the flctiti,,,,,, „"*• %  R & 1^ CROCKERY a ijiJ^Jf r 2 e K d ,s, A er V '*s,d Ml nTrn* wTth'^h JS \ IX>III8 ROSM.W HEUNARIl 1,1-VY DIANA COOPERSMIIH Attorney for Applicants 2/2-S-16-23 3/2 NOTICE 18 HEREBY r.IVFN i the underslgTied, d*ilrlns in miuX liuslness under the fli-.ii %  „„, n ,„:5 FI/ORIDA WHOLESALi: iiprvw! CO. .it M N. E. 2fith Sf.et vSS Florida, Intends to resist-, ^1,1 ^* with the Clerk of the C| r %  •ill CoiMrf I Hide Countv. Florida ""* BIO BEAR FOOD STORES l\T a New Jersey Corporation. W By SAMUEL FRIEIU^ND President. (Apnllnun MYERS A HKIMAN ">t) Attorn*vs for Applicant, 2/9-IS-23 3/2-9 NOTICE IS MERERY OIVEN \M the undersigned, deslrinir to i-natt in liuslness under the fn •|||,iu rn nf Hotel Roberts Tailor* Intend register said name with the Clerks' the circuit Court of Dade Countt Florida. MAX LITWIN MORRIS ENZER Pi ANA COOPER8MITH Attorney for Applicants 2/1S-M ^'2-9-16 NOTICE is HEREBY WVES IW the undersigned* desiring to entm in business under the flctltloui nans nf Ad Ventures Syndicated and MU Ad Venture! at lTil N. Miami A veata, Miami. Florida Intends to racists said nnme with the Clerk "f the Clr; .ult Court of Dade Conn 1 v. Klnrlih. i .TI'LES MARSHALL ZISSEX MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant ? I.I-2a :: 2-9-16 I IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. No. 12846 RE: ESTATE OF FRANK M. HATCHELOR. TVcease.l NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby iv,-n that I have filed my final report and odtiim for Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of FRANK M. BATCHEI.OR, deceased: and that on th* 19 day of March. 194a, will apply to the Honorable W. F. lllaiit-m. I'ountj .Indite of I>nde County. Florid!, for approval of said final report and (or final discharge as Executrix of lb* Estat* of FRANK M. llATCHELOfc deceased This 14 day nf February. 1945. OERTRCDE A. BATCHELOR Executrix of the EsUW of FRANK M. BAT"III:L0R. MAN R STLVER Attorniv for Executrix. 2/16-23 3'2-9 MUSA'ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenua Alligator" Wrestling Alligator Farm Wishing Well Bead Bracelets and Bap Silver Work Indian DW Baskets Tom Toms Pottery Blankets Bows and Arrows Take) Bus 15 or 19 C ( -7IO$.W.I2tliAV.WAMh L. 23431 U "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME OT ifFWAUY HftfStKT mwumnmimmm MMsarmuLtms l+rmalim CtaaV, ftmWsW •" Jj** SEIVINC MIAMI BEACH %  >*



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| F RIDA Y,MARCH_2 1 194i Jenisti fknhtr PAGE SEVEN iTEB MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The JewUh Welfare Board H elp Us Keep %  Record of Our Men in Service WK SERVICE ^ r\ r\ f\ n PARADE! SOLDIER WRITES FINE LETTER TO "MOM" IpVT I. W. EHRENS IS IMISSING IN ACTION I, Pvt. Irving W. Ehrens, son of l; -md Mrs. H. J. Ehrens. of 2526 S. W. 15th lit., has been missing in action since BDecember 16. his |o a r e n t s have •learned. Ehrens. jwho entered the pserve in June, 1942, was in Belgium when last Ineard from. A brother. T-5 iBernard Ehrens, serving in France las a dental technician entered Ithe army in July, 1943. Sgt. David M. Bloomberg, vetIcran of 32 months in the EuroIpean area, is spending a 30-day Ifurlough with nis parents. Mr. land Mrs. George W. Bloomberg, |561 W. Flagler St. A graduate of IMiami Senior High school and [the University of Florida. Sgt. I Bloom !>org took part in five Imajor engagement*. I SGT. "LEROY FELDMAN IS KILLED IN ACTION Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. FeldIman. 2100 S. W. 24th Ter.. have [received word that their son. Staff Sgt. Leroy S. Feldman, Army Medical Corps, was killed I in action November 25th in I France. Feldman entered the service in I August. 1941. He was originally from Huntington, W. Va., but had BENJAMIN SHIFFMAN IS KILLED IN ACTION Mrs. Bertha Shiftman received a telegram from the government Wednesday, February 21, confirming the death of her husband. Benjamin, on January 18 on the island of Peleiu in the Southwest Born in April, 19 18. Shiffman, had been in service 1 x k years. He was the victim of a Jap sniper. Shiffman received commendation for his work in arranging religious services and activities for Jewish boys in his area recently from Rabbi Philip Bernstein, director of the Army-Navy committee of the Jewish Welfare Board, when the rabbi was on a tour of the Pacific area. Mrs. Shiffman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Lobel, 625 42nd St., Miami Beach. PVT. ARTHUR STELZER WOUNDED IN ACTION Pvt. Arthur Stelzer, son of Mrs. Kate Stelzer, of 531 15th St.. Miami Beach, is convalescing in a hospital somewhere in France after having been wounded twice in action. He has been awarded Oak Leaf Clusters and the Purple Heart. Second Lt. Daniel Cravitt. 21, 201 S. W. 26th Rd., co-pilot in a 15th Air Force B-24 Liberator group, recently flew his 14th combat mission over enemy territory. The target was the oil refineries at Odertal, Germany. He is the son of Joseph Cravitt. Corp. Hal Nathanson. brother of Irving Nathanson, 1301 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, was wounded Dec. 3 in France. A former resident of New York Nathanson writes a shell landed just four feet from him. One piece of shrapnel barely missed the base of his spine and another missed his right lung by a narrow margin. Four other pieces lodged in his body, and two of them could not be removed. made his home in Miami for the r Past ten years. He attended Ohio State university. Active in communal life, he served for several terms as president of the junior "vision of the "Y." The Purple Heart has been awarded posthumously. Beside his parents, Sgt. Feldman haves a brother, Robert Leonard Feldman, also of Miami. Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. Local men in service whose promotions have recently been announced include Seymour Rubin. 4365 N. Bay Road, Miami Beach, to first lieutenant; Joseph Schwartz, 220 N. E. 1st Ave.. first sergeant of a B-24 heavy bombardment squadron; Samuel Kardonsky, 814 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, a B-17 waist gunner with the 8th AAF, now a sergeant; and Benjamin Blau. 1770 S. W. 9th St., a radio operator and gunner on a B-17 to rank of sergeant. Buy War Bonds and Stamps. CAPT. N. S. ANGEL FREE FROM PRISON Capt. Norman S. AngeL 1557 Meridian Ave., captured by the German in H olland late last year, has been liberated from an eastern Germany pr i s o n camp by the advance of the Russian armies. He was attached to the medical corps of the 82nd airborne division and flew into the Cotenin peninsula with paratroopers on D-day. Last year he was married to Miss Joy Citron of Leicester, Eng. who resides there. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Angel. Capt. Angel, with the Army medical corps, was graduated from the University of Pittsburgh and studied medicine at the University of Chicago. NATHAN ARONOVITZ KILLED IN ACTION LT. PAUL CARP SAID MISSING IN ACTION Paul Carp, a lieutenant (jg) in the Navy, is missing in action, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Carp, of 2738 S. W. 20th St., have learned. When last heard from Lt. Carp was serving as leader of a liaison team abroad a French escort vessel, and although the official notification indicates he was lost January 15, circumstances lead his parents to believe he went down when his ship was sunk off the coast of North Africa January 9. Carp attended James Madison high school in Brooklyn, N. Y., and was an outstanding graduate of Harvard university. Prior to his entrance into the service, he was training for diplomatic work. He was stationed in Miami for some time as a subchaser school and was later selected for training with the liaison group. His parents have received highly commendatory letters from his commanding officer and other Navy officials with whom he was associated. Lt. Carp leaves, in addition to his parents, two sisters. Mrs. Clare Schwartz and Miss Ruth Carp, both of the home address. Aviati on Cadet Kenneth M. Meyerson. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Meyerson, 622 15th St.. Miami Beach, has become a flight officer in the army air forces after completing bombardier training at the Carlsbad (New Mexico) army air field. Second Lt. Jack S. Mintzer. of Miami Beach, reported for duty recently at the San Francisco port of embarkation. He was assigned to the supply and facilities division of that transportation corns installation. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer. Flight Officer Norman S. Rosen. 1215 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, participated in the initial assault by Bomber Baron Liberators on Nichols Field in the Philippines. Mrs. Rose Borkin, 820 N. W. 18th Place, received an interesting letter from her son. Ensign Al Borkin, reprinted below. Ensign Borkin graduated from the University of Miami, took V-12 training, and received his commission. He has been in service over a year and has been commended for his excellent work in organizing the Jewish boys for services and acting as chaplain "Pro Tern." Sat. Feb. 3. 1945 Dear Mom: It certainly feels good to be able to write a letter and know that there is something to write abou. Last night we had services, finally. After 2V4 months of talking about it, D-Day arrived and then H-Hour, and it was a huge success. We had about 22 people, including the chaplain and an Italian fellow who is a buddy of one of the Jewish boys. The men really enjoyed it and I've had compliments about it from everybody. The altar was beautiful. We used a set-up the chaplain has and improvised the.rest. We used two large wooden spools that wire cable is rolled on for a stand and covered it with the Union Jack, a blue flag covered with white stars. The altar was covered with blue velvet, and we had candles at each end. In the center we had a Mogin David. It is a beautiful piece of work that one of the fellows made in the machine shop—about 8" high and solid brass. I'm telling you, the faces shone and the men's eyes sparkled to be able to have services down here. We used _an empty hold, which j was hald "filled with cargo nets. You can readily see there was plenty of improvision. I was the reader at the first service and the chaplain delivered the sermon, however I'm going to have different fellows conduct the service each week. Sort of giving out "Analeyaho." Next week a yeoman will be reader and a warrant officer (from Brooklyn) will give a talk. One of the men lost his father last year, but had never had an opportunity to say Kaddish, except when he said it alone. Last night was the first night he said Kaddish at a regular service, and although he tried not to, he was crying when he finished saying it. Some of the men heard the service in the next compartment and complimented one of the Jewish boys on it. In fact some of the "buddies" want to come next week. The reason I'm so proud is that since I've been in the Navy this is the first time my efforts have been of practical benefit to anybody. I feel as though I've honest, ly accomplished something worthwhile. I could keep on writing all I night about it, but I'd better save some for later. Today I finally took the plunge. 1 Had my hair cut short. A real crew cut. Doesn't look as bad as I thought it would and is very comfortable, especially because of the terrific heat. I came up from the movies tonight and was (soaked?). Saw a good picture for a change, "Happy-Go-Lucky and really enjoyed it. There won t be a change now for four days, so I'll have plenty of time to write some more tomorrow. Getting late so I had better say goodnight and go take a shower. Will write more tomorDr. and Mrs. Samuel Arono% it* received a telegram from the War Department Monday evening informing them that their son, Nathan, was killed in action in Luxemburg February 10. The telegram stated a letter will follow giving full details, not received at press time. Nathan graduated from Miami High School, attended the University of Florida, and was studying psychiatry in addition to his regular studies. In service about 18 months, he went overseas in September. He was known locally for his activities in AZA and for his excellent violin playing. Cpl. Nettie Ornstein writes from Butler, Pa. that she misses the Miami sunshine. She is with the WAC recruiting office in that city. After spending a two week furlough here, Pvt. Louis Fine has returned to Camp Crowder, Mo., where he is attached to the radio intelligence divisfcn of the Signal Corps. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isador Fine, of 334 N. W. 2nd Ave., and the grandson of Sol Schwartz. Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Nary Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St — 822 Lincoln Rd. JACK C. JAYSON Miami PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. ITM) S. Miami Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 76 S. E. 1st Street' T. RUBIN SONS—Oriqinal Rubins 145 N. Miami Avenue M ROTH & HAYS Manufacturers Agents 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 row. Love to all Al. BRITAIN TO RE-ADMIT JEWS TO PALESTINE London (JTA)—The British Government has decided to readmit to Palestine all Jews who had been deported as illegal immigrants to the island of Mauritius, it was announced by Colonial Minister Oliver Stanley. He added that he could not promise when the Jewish internees will be transferred from Maurtius to Palestine "in view of formidable transport difficulties." INVESTIGATE POSITION OF JEWS IN FRANCE London (JTA)—A delegation of the Council for Rescue of Polish Jews has left for Paris to investigate the position of the Polish Jews in Fiance. The delegation headed by Emanuel Szerer, Jewish member of the Polish National Council, will also proceed to Belgium and Switzerland to study the situation of Polish Jews there. Your friends and neighbors are interested in the progress your son or husband is making in the armed forces. Telephone your service news items to the Jewish Floridian by dialing 2-1141 or write us c o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Ha. RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Avt., Miaou Bma In New York .1th Si. ft Amsterdam Avt. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT I WANT MY MILK And Be Son ITs FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Decro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. V32nd afreet 1



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PAGE EIGHT *JMfl fkridter^ FRIDAY, MARCH 2. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By DAVID R. ISEN Greater Miami has a population of approximately 8,000 Jewish families. Of this group, roughly one thousand are represented by membership in B'nai B'rith. People coming here from small communities where the entire Jewish population usually participates in Jewish affairs, often express surprise when informed that only a very small part ol Miami Jewry takes an interest in problems that are common to every Jew. We believe that the explanation is simply this—Greater Miami is not a small town, but a fairly large one—and unfortunately for all concerned, a large portion of the Jewish citizenry becomes "lost" among the thousands of persons in the area. "Lost" for two reasons: first, loca Jewry does not have the •small town" custom of seeking out newcomers and making a -goodwill effort to welcome them and see that thev become part of the J> wish community and secondly, the majority of non-natives. n< t seeing the "welcome" ext< to them, withdraw into a circle of occupation with their own sonal problems and thereafter make no effort whatsoever to know or participate in the communal Jewish life. This is an unrortunate state of affairs for everyone because the community at large is thus deprived of the ideas, the ability i and the good fellowship of hun1 dreds of capable men and women. If vou are a member of B nai B'rith it is your duty as a Jew '> and good neighbor to approach 1 your fellow merchants or your neighbors who are not members of B"nai B'rith and to invite them to attend our next meeting and let them see for themselves the good that they will be both giving and receiving by being a member of B'nai B'rith. Even if vou are not a member of B'nai B'rith you are hereby invited to attend our nexl meeting to be held at the Beach -V i Lincoln Road. Tuesday evening. March 6 at 8:15i p. m. Men B'nai Bntr. note thai th special meeting in honor of H^'' • I the •>'• %  P-trict of B'nai B'rith who wil date. Lets have :i grand turnout. Phone 5-5276 BUG BUSTERS, Inc. MIAMI BEACH 121 FIFTH STREET • If you want Bugs, that's your business If you don't, that's ours RUMIGATK >N 1 UIUATION TERMITE i"' iNT Ri iDENT O 'N [PRO PIN Upton House Cooler Corp. COOLING AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS FOR HOMES AND COMMERCIAL USES Expert Engineering Service Without Obligation Ask Our Many Friends Who Have One 242 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-6433 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 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 V% Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resource* Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Serrk-ee announced through tt Mia...i KfcMMo al AM ociatlon art. %¡ r-rw JACOB CONGREGATION, h % %  • %  %  • ,v, "!;''""\v,.. build fi %  m '' %  i uam MIAMI BEACHTEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Coneervatlve. i Hid Ave.. Miami Beaeh.--K • Dr. Stephen 8. w M C.i-or Emanuel B.irk.m • a. m. Rlbt % % %  -9 Lfhrm.v %  %  M -•' JEW SH ORTHODOX CONGRECA T 'ON = >." S W "th Ave. R ; b t Si men p %  :: %  %  %  %  • %  %  %  OBITUARIES ,',' k ,';„•;'an of Miami. ... r In ohargi borne. MRS. DORA SWICHKOW Miami two BOM IndUdllll Morris, of \ i : and ti.i. dawntara all ol i'hlcuBo. The bodj waa Bent to Chl. Oordon Funeral home. MRS. SARAH SCHWARTZ Mm Sarah BchwarU, E6, who came from New Vort City five years ago. Me?Monda> al Sll N W. WW Ave. i ide hei huabMd. Loula: and Joaaph. both In ., v ,nd two daughter* Mra. : >,,.,„. New York, au.l MUM s Miami The idy waa aent I, by Oordo n PMneral home. JACOB BECKER retail furrier who %  Brooklyn five yeara ago, %  ';' ,""", %  '" N v. Miami Beach. He ta jurI wife, Mr B^ktoBaekar: „, s Irwli and Edward U. and Khter, Mrs. Beatrice Hparaga. all Beach. The bod) waa aent to Rlvei aide Memorial OTTO SICHEL hel, "3, retired merchanl here t !> r. • month* in i uii r. nter, r.. I., died .. lozo M. rldlan Ave. ,,i by a daughter, Mrs. a Kahl of I: < % %  kvllle Center The • %  N. > v,.i k city by hapel for aervleei I b MRS. LINA 8EIDENfttT^ Mrs Una Seldenl,..,, fl ?*• here for the past |* v -* "*Utm BucUd Ave., died W( S(J Kuclld Ave., died Wadneedav" ill j She came here from N. u %  <•' ,'' %  !l Surviving are her h'Jiilmnd <*. Michael, three eona, Irvlnr tin. J, ">ll Philip, and three daugM, %  %  „ l', 10 "4 ther Fn-yman. Mm. Anna Qrifc %  Mrs. II. fcaufman. all ot\xS£&Sm BarytOM were held ni liu, r.u^T*mortal chapel with Rabbi. ,de .Ht. Kaplan anJ Haul ApwlbauVeSl Ing. ""'icm. LIQUID ROACH TRAP "X £ Keepa the beme tnt ^ from every lu • N^J^v variety of ROMS."" 1 %  Guaranteed #^MT\ Ho. poison-No Mm. •^fWl A YO. Un DPUG "ORE / ^ \ two postpaid S Roaon Trap Co.. Ft. Smith, AA. DRINK PL£NT V OF Water Diuvemc "0 rsui HOME 5-GALLOIi B0TTLI c : CS£ OF SIX s T BLE BCTTLIS t 5: •In Bo^lf Deposit. PHONE 2-4128 Palm Beach Notes MRS. MART SCHRERN1CX JMP— tajf %  t the M • • BETH DAV'D CONGREGATION Conservative. 136 S •"• led *^ %  i' • Rabt Max Snaoiro. Cantor Abraham FrceamaR M \ foli Segal reception In honor i %  .i %  > forthcoming Bai h. S'ttui das morning nei vlci nk, mm of Mr. and Mrs. jack r> flrei will become Bai Mltxvah. Junior aervlcaa al 10:30 .v. "> BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con%  ervative, 761 41st St.. Miami Beach. evening service ^' 8:15 p m. Members ,.f the confirmation claae will L'i\.i n itl reading of tluEnglish, Rabbi Leon Kromsh will deliver a sen '. %  • n il lead; Long Live Quei Vi Ones Sh ibbat will %  i the servli •• wtth 'li1 uaslon and bments, HoHteasefl will be Mrs. %  h leffer and daughtei %  vn Ian ind Mleen Cantor Louis Hayman will officiate itnl lead th ngregatlonal singing, Saturday morning aervleei at i" o'clock Rabbi Kronlah will preach on the Portion "f the Week. TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N. E. 19th $'.—Frlda> evening sen "•:1". p. in Rabbi Saul Appelbaum vtlli apeak on "Purlm Afterthought." The religious ichool will present a perif tiio i"u imi operetta by ipi il request following the .• r\ li i Hal irdaj moi nlng sen Ices :i\ 11 o'cloi k Rabbi Appelbaum will i •>n "Uildli g a Calf." Second Lt. Louis P. Gold, iny armored division, has been iwarded the Bron7.c Star for r.i roic action in battle November 27. DurinK an engagement mar Bonfeld in France. Lt. Gold was nally responsible for neutralizins two German machine gun positions! evacuated a wounded member of his platoon, and later took charge of his platoon during a general withdrawal. He is the son of Mrs. Herman Gold. 924 Hillcrest Blvd. A brother. 1st Lt. Jerry Gold, has received the Purple Heart for wounds received in action in Italy last May, and has been placed on limited service in the entertainment field in France. the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dratler, 100 Valletta Way. He is the son of Mr. :ind Mrs. S. J. Shepard, of Boston. Beth El sisterhood held its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night at Sher memorial hall. President Fanny Ryder was in charge of proceedings. The organization held a card party at the hall Sunday evening. Sgt. Julius J. (Skippy) Shepard. antiaircraft artillery, who was wounded in the left arm by sharpnel in France November 18, has arrived to spend a 21-day furlough with Mrs. Shepard at The Community Chest wasn't forgotton by Pfc Joseph Schrebnick. who sent his contribution to the committee from Rome, Italy. Mrs. Mary Schrebnick. general chairman, has announced that the Shangri-La volunteer victory food sale for the benefit of the Red Cross, will be held at the corner of Clematis St. and South Olive Ave. on March 9. Home baked foods will be offered f"r sale. C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. BALLANTINE'S ALE 99 Amrrira't Firef Since 7840 niSTRIIifTED RY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. HEAL ESTATE—MIAMI 1EACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lett. Homes, Hotels Apt. St Commercial Bldgi. M. GILLER. Renter 1*48 Wash. Av., Ph. 5-M75 140 N. E. 1st Ae., Ph. 2-5151 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Jresss ^K "• % %  E.UU s.rvi C %  us Lincoln Rd. .Ph.: 5-5Mt GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANIC* Free Eitlmetei Qivtn I. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. M M PH0N MM No Answer Cell 2.5105 AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. ALFAR CREAMERY CO FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES Barring P.lm Beach Couaty. featortna tb Nationally ramoua Southern Dairies Products and Ice Craaaa. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUH PHONE • MNf FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 Souih OUT Avewu. WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART & POTTER "BUILDING MATERIAL^OR H p^Tlc\jLAR BUILDERS" Phnna C1Q1 ... Phone 5191 Wast Palm Beach. Fla.


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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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VOLUME
18NUMBER 9
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
WISE WILL
GIF! DIVISION
The special gifts division of the
I dialer Miami Jewish Federa-
ls will gather Sunday morning
Ut the Latin Quarter to hear one
nf the best-known figures in
Lrican Jewry, Rabbi Stephen
l&Wise who will be present to
[nuke an address.
I The division, headed by Stanley
IC Myers and Carl Weinkle, is
the second of the groups to hold
Us meeting prior to the 1945 cam-
paign to befiin April 8.
The guest of honor was the or-
ganizer of the famed Free Syna-
gogue in New York and founded
the Institute of Religion, rab-
binical seminary. At the end of
the last war. Dr. Wise organized
the American Jewish Congress
and is now serving as its head.
is well as president of the World
Jewish Conference. He is now
chairman of the American Zion-
ist Emergency Council.
hi its campaign this year. Fed-
| ration will strive to raise $305,-
allocated to 63 agencies
| local, national and overseas.
George Chertkof, chairman of
I the'45 drive, together with Jos-
eph Rose, executive director of
Federation, is supervising cam-
paign preliminaries. Division
heads have bi en appointed and
1 are now organizing teams.
I A series of functions prior to
I the campaign, one of which is
f Sunday's affair, are scheduled for
limit frw we^ks.
COMMUNITY LEADERS
HOED CONFERENCE
WARSAW DELEGATION
ASKS PALESTINE ENTRY
Jerusalem (JTA)An appeal to
the Polish Provisional Govern-
nent in Warsaw to permit free
Jewish emigration from liberated
Poland to Palestine was cabled
oy the Palestine Victory League
Mowing a mass-meeting at
which resolutions of greetings
were sent to the victorious Rus-
IsianArmy and the Warsaw gov-
|emment.
A delegation of the Jewish Na-
tional Council visited High Com-
missioner Lord Gort, and appeal-
ed to him to help save the rem-
I nants of European Jewry by se-
wing their admission to Pales-
K* interview lasted for a
auhour. Dr. Chaim Weizmann
mi.visited Chief Rabbi Herzog,
?ki? a 1('nK,hv conversation
IE {"M on the urgent need for
jg unity in the light of the
Leaders of Florida communi-
ties met at a conference last Sun-
day afternoon in West Palm
Beach. Originally called by the
UJA before its dissolution, the
meeting was turned over to re-
presentatives of the JDC and
UPA. Stanley C. Myers, presi-
dent of the Southeastern region
of the Council of Federation and
Welfare Funds, presided.
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise repre-
sented the UPA and spoke of the
work and plans of the organiza-
tion. Donald Hurvitz, recently re-
turned from abroad, spoke for
the JDC and depicted the prob-
lems of relief affecting the
agency.
In order to obtain as complete
a picture as possible for budget-
ing purposes it was decided to
convene a state meeting of Flor-
ida communities at which time
these agencies will present their
needs. The information given will
assist the communities in al-
locating funds.
BNAIBHITH LODGE
TO HEAR DISTRICT
HEIITUESBAV EVE
Hyman Rubin, president of the
5th district B'nai B'rith, will ad-
dress Sholom Lodge at its next
regular meeting at the Beach
"Y", Lincoln Road Tuesday eve-
ning, March 6. South Carolina
state chairman of the UJA, Mr.
Rubin has been active in Jewish
affairs for many years and served
as state delegate to the American
Jewish Conference. His topic will
concern Jewish life and the part
played by B'nai B'rith.
The organization is now in the
RED CROSS ASKING
world.
situation throughout the
NEW CONGREGATION
|IS SET UP in MICHIGAN
J"iac..Mich. (JTA)Criticiz-
m the Central Conference of
gaga Rabbis the Union of
Mtfat"Hebrew Congregations
SSm ?e,brew Union College, a
8L0f.i,,ocal Jews have an-
"*d the establishment of a
l'AmKConRr^Bation called the
li& ^eform jewish cn-
thT' V.based on the belie'
Iworto jndltlons of the modern
Ion th. nd rcnewed emphasis
^s&spiritofRe-
ItheL?' the weekly services in
EduSL ^"Kregation will be
WPelby Mrs- Flora Vatz.
ad ^ .the announce-
l saw. She is believed to be
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fcyJHQSH MEN ARE
|ECORATED_BY REDS
,ftcajoT^-Mrethan63--
*eRert a, officers and men of
h 'or brav^ have ***n decorat-"
h' the war TS"Ce the outbrealt
l** ranf'f'Lis "Ported here.
?i,i<'nalUie,'',}h,v.amon^ the 182
in the numl the Soviet Union
1 number go honored.
IRK THIS YEAR
This year the Red Cross will
ask the American people to raise ,
$200,000,000 to carry out its huge |
program of securing blood plas- I
ma, for nurses, for war prisoners'
aid, recreation for servicemen at
home and abroad, aid to the
families of service and ex-service-
men, and its many other services
to the armed forces as well as
to Americans at home.
In officially opening the cam-
paign now in progress, Chairman
O'Connor pointed out that the
need for Red Cross services in
the coming year Will be greater
than ever before.
"American men have been
fighting throughout the world for
a long time," he said. "This year
they will need all of the moral
support we can give them. The
American Red Cross is bringing
home to those when wherever
they may be, stationed.
"The task in the next twelve
months will be greater for the
Red Cross than ever before, for
not only must we serve the men
in the war zones, but we will be
required to give increasing as-
sistance to the boys coming back
to the United States.
"We know the American people
will respond with overwhelming
generosity, knowing that the
money they* give to the Red Cross
will be used to serve the men
and women who are serving in
uniform for us."
At an organization meeting oi
the Miami Beach Business Men s
Division of the Red Cross War-
Fund Campaign, Newton H.
Bollinger, chairman, gave final
instructions to his seven co-worK-
ers or "captains." ..... ..
Bollinger has divided his di-
vision into seven units and ap-
pointed the following to head the
units: Saul Goldstrom, Guy Ellis,
Leo Adeeb, Bertram Scheuer. Bob
Wheat, Alfred Kilgen, Glen Polk.
Meeting with Bollinger and his
committee were H. H. Hyman
chairman, and James E. Fussell.
co-chairman of the campaign, and
Mrs. Beatrice N. Vines, executive
director, Dade County Chapter.
CALL FOR CONFERENCE
ON POST-WAR PLANS
New York (JTA)A call for
an informal conference to con-
ference to consider the formula-
tion of a unified Jewish post-war
program was made by the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee in invita-
tions extended to the Agudas Is-
rael of America, the American
Jewish Conference, the American
Jewish Congress, and the Jewish
Labor Committee.
ANTI-ZIONIST LEAFLETS
HANDED OUT IN PARIS
Paris (JTA)Following their
disruption of Zionist meetings
here, a group of youths represent-
ing the "Friends of Arab Pales-
tine" distributed anti-Zionist leaf-
lets to persons entering a meet-
ing the Jewish Socialist Bund.
The meeting featured an ad-
dress by Daniel Mayer, Secretary
General of the French Socialist
Party, who charged that failure
of Minister of Justice Francois de
Monthon to purge his ministry
and the courts of collaboration-
ists was-the cause for the delay
in the promulgation of legislation
restoring confiscated Jewish
property. Declaring that no "Jew-
ish question" existed in France,
Mayer cautioned his audience
against speaking of a "Jewish
problem," asserting that such dis-
cussions bred anti-Semitism.
The meeting adopted a resolu-
tion demanding a prompt solu-
tion of questions of property re-
storation, repatriation of de-
portees, and a purge of the ad-
ministration.
ROME RABBI LONG
HYMAN RUBIN
midst of a membership drive to
increase the roll by 1,000. Reports
of progress of the drive will be
given at the next meeting.
War service activities will he
depicted by members of the com-
mittee Tuesday evening and
plans for the dedication of the
day room sponsored by the lodge
and its auxiliary at the Nautilus
hospital will be revealed.
B'nai B'rith membership of
214,018, organized in more than
1,200 lodges, auxiliaries and
youth chapters was announced
this week at a meeting of the
National Membership Committee
of B'nai B'rith by Maurice Bis-
gyer, national secretary-
It was reported that the men's
lodges, as of December 31. 1944,
had 139,552 members, including
14,995 in the armed forces. The
women's auxiliaries, it was point-
ed out, had 49,666 and the chap-
ters of Aleph Zadik Aleph and
B'nai B'rith Girls had 25,000
members.
JEWISH LEADERS URGE
PASSAGE OF N. Y. BILL
Albany, N. Y. (JTA)-Jewish
leaders representing all major
Jewish organization urged pass-
age by the New York State Legis-
lature of the Ives-Qumn Anti-
Discrimination Bill, which bars
racial and religious discrimina-
tion in employment, during testi-
mony before a joint legislative
committee.
Judge Joseph M. Proskauer,
speaking for the American Jew-
ish Committee, emphasized that
he attaches particular importance
not so much to the punitive pro-
visions of the bill, as to its con-
ciliation provisions of the bin, as
to its conciliation provisions, l
think the bill provides an import-
ant and vital educational pro-
cess," he said, terming the bill
"a great forward step in advanc-
ing in a practical way the ideals
upon which our nation is reared
Dr. Stephen S. Wise spoke for
the bill on behalf of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress. Henry Ep-
stein, former solicitor general W
New York State, advocated pass-
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PALESTINE IS NOT
POWERS IN EGYPT
London (JTA)A high British
personality, whose name cannot
be disclosed, this week stated
that no plan for Palestine was
discussed at the conferences held
by Roosevelt and Churchill with
King Farouk of Egypt and Ibn
Saud. He expressed the opinion
that "the Palestine question will
be settled after the war."
A report stating that the U. S.
Ambassador in Paris has present-
ed to Gen. de Gaulle a memoran-
dum indicating that the mandates
over Palestine, Syria and Leban-
on would be handed over to
United Nations trusteeship is pub-
lished in the London Daily
Sketch.
(State Department sources in
Washington told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that they
had no knowledge that instruc-
tions had gone to Ambassador
Caffery in Paris to inform Gen-
eral de Gaulle that the British
mandate for Palestine and the
French mandates for Lebanon
and Syria were to be turned
over to an international trustee-
ship of the United Nations.)
The London Daily Herald says
that the report that Britain sug-
gested the partitioning of Pales-
tine "can be dismissed." The
paper adds that no important de-
cisions and no formal agreements
were made during the conversa-
tions in Egypt with leaders of the
Arab countries.
The Manchester Guardian says
"whether Palestine remains a
mandated territory or becomes an
independent state, it will have
considerable bearing on post-war
security. It adds that no one can
contest the fact that the Jewish
National Home is a reality and is
going to increase in strength.
Jerusalem (JTA)A feeling of
excitement prevails among the
Jews in Palestine in connection
with the report from Cairo that
it is expected that the major part
of Palestine will be merged wih
Lebanon as a Jewish-Christian
state. ...
This feeling was heightened by
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Geneva (JTA)The Interna-
tional Red Cross has received in-
formation that the German mili-
tary authorities have divided Pol-
ish war prisoners into Jewish and
non-categories, it was learned
here. Jewish circles are urging
that a competent international or-
ganization make strong interven-
tions immediately to prevent
harm coming to the Jewish pri-
soners.
Rome (JTA)Israel Zolli. form-
er chief rabbi of Rome who
caused a sensation by his conver-
sion last week to Catholicism, had
long been an admirer of Jesus
and even wrote a book on the
subject several years ago.
The 370-page book, entitled
"The Nazarene" and published in
the Italian language in 1938 by
the Institute of Academic Edi-
tions in Udine, is a study of the
exegesis of the New Testament.
In it, Zolli refers to Jesus as a
great orator and preacher, em-
phasizing that "the oratory of
Jesus is of a prophetic character."
Zolli wrote this book on Jesus
when he was teaching at the
University of Padua after he be-
came a member of the Fascist
Party in order to retain his posi-
tion at the university. Asked by
newspapermen last week as to
what prompted him to adopt
Catholicism, he said: "This has
been going on in me for years,
tens of years."
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency
learns from reliable sources that
prior to adopting Catholicism,
Zolli, in a communication re-
ceived in this country, complained
that he was facing starvation. He
indicated that there was a rift
between him and the leaders of
the Jewish community in Rome,
and that he was at odds also
with the Zionists, despite the
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PREPARE INDICTMENTS
AGAINST BULGARIANS
Sofia (JTA)The prosecutors
staff of the Bulgarian Peoples
Court is preparing indictments
against five categories of persons
accused of anti-Jewish activities
and they are expected to be tried
shortly. The accused, who total
110, are divided into the follow-
ing groupings:
1The former Commissar of
Jewish Affairs, Alexander Beleff
and his assistants and co-workers
in the commissariat; 2All those
who mistreated Jews in concen-
tration camps; 3Persons who
wrote or published anti-Semitic
literature; 4Persons who ter-
rorized Jews in the towns and
villages to which they were
exiled from Sofia and other large
cities; and 5Liquidators of Jew-
ish property, such as lawyers,
judges and other functionaries."
RUMANIA BROADCASTS
THANKS TO THE J. D. C.
Bucharest (JTA) The Ru-
manian Government, in a broad-
cast over the Bucharest radio sta-
tion, expressed thanks to the
Joint Distribution Committee, the
Swiss Red Cross and Russia for
relief supplies sent here.
The broadcast lauded the J.D.C.
for including insecticide in its
relief shipments. It revealed that
2,600 kilograms of insecticide sent
by transport plane from 'the
United States reached Rumviia
within ten days after the plane
left American soil.
JEWISH DELEGATION
NOW IN BUCHAREST
Bucharest (JTA)A delegation
of the Jewish community of
Debreczen, sent to the Hungarian
Provisional Government, has ar-
rived here to confer with Ru-
manian Jewish leaders on meas-
ures to rebuild Jewish life in
Hungary and to secure immedi-
ate assistance for the surviving
Jews of Budapest. The Debreczen
Jews have constituted themselves
a temporary central body of Hun-
garian Jewry. .
i
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PAGE TWO
f-Jewistifkridiqiri
FRIDAY, MARCH,, ^
PERSONALS
WEDDINGS
ENGAGEMENT
Miss Madeleine G. Barr, daugh-
ter Argintar, a sophomore at; Miss Madeleine o. -""-"*"
Florida State College for Women ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Barr
in Tallahassee has been un- of Greenhaven, Kve, is. 1..""=
"nimou tv ctoWrprcident of I married Wednesday the Hott .
'' W -M ._____ ; formed bv Chaplain Jacob Shank-
Miss Marine Coleman. of Al- j man. US.NR. The bride was Riven
ntown Pa., is spending a month : in marriage by her father and
here 1 a guest of her aunt and attended by
lentown, Pa., is spending a month : in marriage
here as a guest of her aunt and attended by
uncle Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Gold- G. Burger, of 785 Park Ave.. was
man. 515 N. E. 26th Ter. She is best man. The reception was held
being entertained by another at the hotel.
aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.! Mrs. Wall is a graduate of Edgc-
Harry K.mffman. De Soto Hotel.' wood Park School and attended
Miami Beach. Miss Coleman is a the American Academy of Drama-
junior at Monrovia seminary, tic Arts. Lt. Wall was graduated
Bethlehem. Pa. from John Hopkins University.
--------- Ho has been on sea duty for the
Mrs. Cecil Myers, of New York, past two years,
is here for a visit with her son
SAFETY COUNCIL MAN JR. HAD ASS AH QW
fs PROBUS CLUB GUEST MISS FRA^glJff?
Henry Graves, of the Dade
C >un.v- Safety Council, was a
, aki r at the wititiy
Soon of So Probus club. He
; 'S D Wh.?hU?o
v a Safe Piaeo in Which to
During the course of his
noted that there wm
.iars accidental
here last y'r.andwt01^{
had one of the worst
in the country. He
up his remarks by stat-
Siucation, engineering
.Jd ,,, ement are hhM
mning of safety m this
:"'h''a Gray, secretary of state.
and addressed the

.ii ilk.
and daughter-in-law. Mr.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.
and T)le wedding of Sunshine,
Fagan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Fagan. to Edward Axl-
The enj f Miss Bi tty
Miss Ruth Schwartzberg has ro(j was solemnized last Sunday Virginia Wise to Alvin Wj
left for Pensacola after spending evening, with Rabbi Simon April man ^ announced by her ps
two weeks here at the Mantell- officiating assisted by Rabbi Max j^r and Ml oerl Wii
Plaza. Shapiro. A buffet dinner followed \\> iuin St. Mr. Wa
--------- the ceremonies. After a honov- tnc ana Mrs ,
Morris Lefcourt, of Stratford, moon trip, the couple will make v. ,:1- 930 s. W. S.
Conn., is spending the season With thejr home here.
his son and daughter-in-law. Mr.
St.
and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. Ill S. JOSEPH FELDMAN TO
APPEAR HERE SUNDAY
W. 30th Road.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Brodsky. of
New Haven, Conn., arrived here
roupcr
Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Chis-
ling, 4295 N. Meridian Ave.. an-
nce the engagement of their
Joseph Feldman, on the Yid- ^Jg^ S" ^"of'M
brother
Pnt
_____ aav nigm, iviarvn t, ai me o----
Prof Edward Clarke of the'David auditorium. Known as Onsling of Birmingham Ala and
Frol. Ldwaia Uianse. 01 tnt ..,- ,,f Sine" Feldman will Miami. She is a graduate of Mi-
nify of Miami. wiU review ". -: a&^ee-ac comedy- am. High schoo* attended the
t&^S^SSfoSL -tied PayCVoCrmYour University of Miami and is a
18 Yiddish graduate of the Marjone Webster
ng Feldman will be School of Dramatic Art, Washing-
Mai v Cohen, "The Yiddish ton. D. C.
and William Rabins. Mr, Feiner attended schools in
comedian.
THREE ACT PLAY TO BE
GIVEN AT MJJEACH "Y"
..penny W a three-act
comedy by Jean Black, will be
: by the Miami Beach
YM & WHA dramatic club during
i week of March at the
"Y" auditorium*
D:re> t< d I v Miss Millicent Kas-
per ; includes Charlotte
Frank. Palmer Martin. Audrey
:. Gertrude Marx. Ed
Miss Kasper. Tickets
for the pr duction will go on sale 1
is a definite date is set
performance.
ise guest of her sister ana ."<' ,.- ,._..._> ""V ^ 1061 Euclid Ave.
,,!,,. i !,., Mi- onfi Mrs N throughout the country, will be .i. "",,.,
teker 321 S W h Ave featured in a performance Sun- Miss Chisling is the daughter
,,,, j.i b. v.. Jin we, n.ght Mareh 4 at th(? Be[h of (he ]ate Mr and Mis Leon Q
Henri Bidou. this Saturday after-
noon. 3 p. m.. at the Spinoza ;j"ng
Forum, or. the lawn of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th
St., between Collins Ave. and
Ocean Drive. Miami. Beach.
N xt Tuesday ev< ning, March
6, at 8 p. m.. Dr. Morris Schneer.
of New York, will give the fifth MARK ANNIVERSARY
lecture in the series of Know ______
Thyself." Jos. L. Topper of Wash-
ington and Miami is chairman.
ICOR COMMITTEE TO
Springfield, Mass.. his home town,
and also Boston university. He is
now associated with his father in
the real estate business in Miami
BIRTHS
The Greater Miami Icor com-
mittee will ma irst anni-
iry March 11 with a concert
to be hold in the Miami Beach
High School. Appearing on the
DR. WISE TO PREACH
AT CENTER FRIDAY
Dr. Stephen S. Wise will occupy
The Bris of the son of Mr. and SP' ;'kc''"-
Mrs. Jack Parzen will take place
Satur R I : S. M.
Machtei officiating. During the
past week the Brism of thi sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Mann.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gross,
and Mrs. Max Jacobson, and Lt.
and Mrs. Snerwin Levine
held, with Rabbi Machtei
ficiating.
n, will be guest
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e How Shall We Face the
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Miss Natalie rronxei,
elected president of the newh
formed Junior Hadassah {rrmT]
She received her B.S. degree bnl
the University of Miami, when
she is now attending classes aal
from which she will receive her I
LLB next year. She is presided
of her sorority.
M. B. ZIONISTS
HAVE LUNCHEON
imi Beach Zionist District
held a lul as part of its :
cultural program at the Strand
restaurant Wednesday noon.
iker was Rabbi Stephen
S, Wisi. president of the Zionist
Emi : Rency Council.
N.H. FOR I. C. TO
GATHER TUESDAY
DEBBS TO ENTERTAIN
SERVICE MEN
Fifty men from the Redistrilad
tion Army Ground and Servia]
Forces will be guests at a ba\
dance to be staged by DEBBS
chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Won.
en. Sunday night, March 4, at the 1
Elks club. 720 West Ave., Man
Beach. Members of the club are I
acting as hostesses for this, theI
newly-formed organization's fintJ
affair.
Tickets may be obtained at the I
door or-through members of the I
DEBBS. All servicemen are weH
come.
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Serkin, 1 gram will 1 e Arrah Halevy, the pulpit of the Miami Beach
1485 N. W. 4'.st St., announce the I Anyuta Melicov, pian- Jewish Center at late services!
birth of a son. Howard Charles, ist, actress Sunda Love, and the Friday evening. Rabbi Irving
on February 12. Miami Jewish Folks Chorus con- Lehrman. spiritual leader of the
ducted by Louis I Abra- Center, will introduce the world-
BRISM iarn Jenofsky. national_ secretary reknowned figure, whose topic
Membership of the Miami
Chapter. National Home for Jew-
ish Children at Denver, will
r at the Miami Beach YM
& WHA Tuesday, March 6. at
1:30 p. m. for discussion of busi-
ness. A board meeting at 11
k will proceed the general
meeting.
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j-rIDAY, MARCH 2, 1945
^JewistiflcrHSan
PAGE THREE
Face Facts
George J. Talianof f
Executive Director A.D.L.
Ground-breaking ceremonies for the new servicemen's
Snack Bar took place last week at the Beach Y grounds, 1
Linnln Road. Left to right, Sam Blank, chairman of Greater
Miami urmy and navy committee of the Jewish Welfare board,
Monte Selig, Federation president; Carl Weinkle, with the
shovel, chairman of the snack bar committee; William Singer,
who with John Mantell (not shown), are co-chairmen of the
building committee, and Gus Jacobson, executive secretary of
the snack bar.
Washington
At 10th St.
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Ucdel AsJUtA
Miami
Beach
Strictly Koiher MmIi
For Reservation Phone 58-2341
DINING ROOM
"MM
Reasonable Rates
Mgt. S. Handel, M. Qelford and Fay Levlne of Spring Valley, N. Y.
TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT
6 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-8478
SERVING THE FINEST OF FOODS
Breakfast Luncheon Full Course Dinner
Reasonable Prices
OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 9 A.M. TILL 9 P.M.INCLUDING SUNDAY
NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION
EMILE'S RESTAURANT
855 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Serving Full Course Dinners 5 P. M. to 10 P. M.
Phone 58-1457
Make Your Reservation Now for the Entire Passover Week
Kriegel's Strictly Kosher Dining Room
AT ADMIRAL HOTEL
1020 MERIDIAN AVE., MIAMI BEACHTEL. 5-9396
PROMINENT RABBI
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Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725
Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M .Sundays From Noon
Cocktail Lounge.....Fine Liquors and Wines
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TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. OR
BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH
see you
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CONCERT SNDAY EVE
This past week was a busy one
for people of good will in this
area.
The Night of Stars proved a
huge success with $25,000 raised
for a most noble purposethe
Miami Daily News' Heroes' Phone
Fund. The untiring and unselfish
efforts of Dave Phillips, Herb E.
Scher, Bill Brandt and a host of
other public spirited citizens,
made this event one of the finest
of its type.
Brotherhood Week saw the
dedication of another billboard
depicting the spirit of unity and
understanding. An inter-faith trio
of prominent clorgymen, Mon-
signor Joseph G. Cassidy, Dr.
Lloyd E. Foster, and Rabbi
Marius Ranson, conducted unity
programs in military and naval I
installations. They also made a \
numbereof civic appearances, cli-:
maxing their good will tour at a!
Brotherhood banquet tendered on
Washington'! Birthday under the
auspices of the Miami Round
Table.
With appropriate public cere-
mony, ground for the snack bar
was broken at the Miami Beach
YMHA by Carl Weinkle, chair-
man of the Snack Bar Committee.
B'nai B'rith, now in its second
century of service to the nation,
embarked locally on a drive for
one thousand new members. Rich-
ard E. Gutstadt, National Director
of the Anti-Defamation League,
sparked the enthusiasm of 125
membership campaign workers at
a dinner which launched the
drive. When the story of organ-
izational activities in war time
is written, B'nai B'rith should re-
ceive prominent recognition for
its amazingly extensive and ver-
satile activities in behalf of our
war effort.
We were privileged to serve as
host to harbingers of good will
this past week, including Richard
E. Gutstadt, Sigmund Livingston.
ADL's National Chairman and
author of "Must Men Hate." and
Henry Hoke, author of "Black-
mail."
The University of Miami will
present Mischa Elman, famed vio-
linist, in a concert Sunday eve-
ning, March 4, at the Miami
Senior High School.
Elman celebrated his 53 birth-
day recently.
Elman was only 12 years of
age, when he startled a musical
world at his debut in Europe in
1904 to an extent no prodigy had
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March 9. In order to accomodate
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FRIDAY, MARCH 2
,
The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami. Fla.
P. O. Box 2973_____________________________Pnone .
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 18.9
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1945
ADAR 17, 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 9
THE STORY OF WILLIAM COLEPAUGH
On a recent winter night two men were landed on the
coast of Maine from a German submarine, assigned to spy in
the United States and provided with money and materials to
carry on a program of sabotage and destruction.
One saboteur was a German Nazi, Erich Gimpel. The
other was a native-born American, William Curtis Colepaugh,
a Connecticut youth who had attended the Massachusetts In-
stitute ol Technology and other outstanding schools.
What made Colepaugh sell his country short? The answer,
his former college chums believe, lies in his anti-Semitism.
During his school years, this thin, emotional fellow would froth
in rage at the mention of the word "Jew," his fraternity brothers
say. Comments one of his college associates:
"He wrote a thesis while he was in school in which he
flared all over the place about the 'Semitic menace.' On a dull
evening, all anybody had to do around here was to say a word
in favor of any Jew. Colepaugh was more anti-Semitic than
pro-Nazithen. He always said that he had a lot of admira-
tion for Germany."
Again it is demonstrated that unbridled anti-Semitism
because it violates the fundamental concept of human equality
is a not uncommon preliminary to outright treason!
Thus a traitor is hatched in the web of anti-Semitism,
spreading his venom first on an American college campus and
then betraying his nation to the Germans by training for
espionage in the Third Reich. William Colepaugh likely will
hang for his treachery ... He will be forgotten But what
of the insensate lew hatred which drove him to his desperate
act? Can this madness be eradicated from American life before
other youthsnative born and from "good families"go the
way of young Colepaugh? Only by ceaselessly hammering
home a program of positive education about Jews and Juadism
can we keep other Americans from succumbing to the disease
of blind hate.
Richard E. Gutstadt
PALESTINE IS NOT
DISCUSSED WITH
POWERS IN EGYPT
(CONTINUED FROM P*GE
the fact that High Cornmissioner
Gort paid a visit to Dr. Cl
Weizmann at Rehovoth '
lasted for several hours. Almougn
this visit was arranged a
ago the public nevertheless
coupled it with the mo
which Roosevelt and Chi.
had in Egypt with the Arab kings,
e Shertok. head of the poll-
tical department of the Jewisn
,cy, was present at the con-
versations between tne tiigti
Commissioner and Dr. Weizmann.
Arab newspapers In Pal
commenting on the Roosevelt.
Churchill meetings with rareuK
and Ibn Saud, declare that tne
Arabs in Palestine may ex-
.vs. The Mishmi
i; organ of the Jewish Has-
| homer Hatzair party, commi nting
I on the Cairo re| rts,
j against the danger of p..
Palestine, adveatinjj at I
. ment with
P 5tin Arabs.
L<.. Ii rs of Arab countries mi et-
purpose iftins a
titution for the pi
: Arab Nations have re-
proposal that Palestine
and its neighbouring countries
: i n rgi I ii.to a greater Syria,
the Jewish Telegraph:, Agency
ned from reliable sources.
NEW CONGREGATION
IS SET UP IN MICHIGAN
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
ROME RABBI LONG
ADMIRER OF JESUS
HAS BOOK ON HIM
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
fact that he had, in his speeches
and articles, supported Zionism.
Zolli also revealed that the
Jewish Community in Rome was
willing to give him 200.000 liras.
but that he had asked for 900.000
liras "just to buy a hut and a
of land in order to keep
from starving." According to all
indications, Zolli was unable to
secure that sum.
Although Zolli mentioned to
newspapermen in Rome that his
v had joined the Catholic
church without being persuaded
by him to do so, he failed to state
that at the time he married her,
she was only half-Jewish.
The differences between Zolli
and the leaders of the Rome Jew-
ish Community began when the,
Germans took over Italy. At that
time he advised that the list of,
members and contributors of the
Jewish community be destroyed
and that whatever money was in
the treasury of the community
be taken out and that the Jews be
advised by their leaders to hide,
advice was not heeded. As
a result, about 2,000 Jews were
arrested by the Germans in Rome
and deported from the city. The
Germans also levied on the Rome
Jews a tribute of 50 kilograms
of gold.
Zolli himself went into hiding
during the time when the Ger-
mans were in Rome. Upon the
liberation of the city by the Al-
lies, the president of the Rome
Jewish Community took the posi-
tion that Zolli should not be re-
instated as chief rabbi because he
had not been available during the
occupation period. The rift be-
tween Zolli and the president of
the Jewish Community resulted
in the Allied Military Govern-
ment in Rome disbanding the
community council and appoint-
ing a special commissar to ad-
minister the affairs of the com-
munity until elections on new of-
ficers could be held.
YOUNG WOMEN TO
HOLD BENEFIT PARTY
B"nai B'rith Young Women of
Sholom Lodge will hold a bene-
fit card party March 5 in the
Park Central hotel beginning at
8 p. m. Door prizes will be award-
ed and refreshments served. Mrs.
Alvin Grossman is in charge of
the affair. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the door.
the first woman to lead a regular
Jewish service in any congrega-
tion in the United States. Differ-
ing in another way from the cus-,
torn of Jewish congregations, the j
new group will have no separate
women's organization, which in j
Jewish Temples are generally
known as "sisterhoods." Norman j
Buckner is the president of the
new congregation.
The tenets of the new group
are expressed in eight basic princ-1
iples on the basis of which mem-
bers will be admitted to the con-
gregation. One of the principles
declares: "We arc Jews by virtue
of our acceptance of Judaism. We
are not a nation. We are a re-
ligious group only. We stand for
the continuation of Judaism sole-
ly as a religion: and not as a
political entity, either in whole
or in part. We stand unequivocal-
ly for the separation of church
and state. Our religion is Juda-
ism. Our nation is the United
States of America. Our national-
it;, is American. Our flag is the
Stars and Stripes. We look upon
Palestine, not as a Jewish nation,
but as one of the places where
those who are oppressed may
find a haven of refuge. We con-
sider it our sacred privilege to
promote the spiritual, cultural
and social welfare of our co-
religionists there and elsewhere."
AJC BOARD MEMBERS
WILL MEETON FRIDAY
Board members of the Wom-
en's Division, American Jewish
Congress, will meet Friday at the
home of Mrs. Benjamin Sherrv.
4214 Post Ave.. Miami Beach.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Stephen S. Wise, national presi-
dent of the organization.
CENTER SISTERHOOD
BOARD MEETS MONDAY
Board members of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center sisterhood
will gather Monday. March 5, at
the home of Mrs. Joseph Rose,
president, for lunch and discus-
sion of business.
To be considered are plans for
the card party which will be
held March 21 at the Strathaven
hotel through the courtesy of
Max Greenberg and associates.
JEWISH LEADERS URGE
PASSAGE OF N. Y. BILL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
age of the bill on behalf of the
nal Community Relations
Advisory Council. Nathaniel M.
Minkoff urged its speedy passage
all of the Jewish Labor
Committee. Judge Meir Stein-
brink, in a telegram sent as chair-
man of the Eastern Regional Of-
t the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue of the B"nai B'rith, said that
the bill "must be passed without
emasculating its provisions
through amendments designed to
cripple its effectiveness."
The University of Miami Presents
EMISCHA
LMAN
Sunday Afternoon. March 4th. 4:30
Miami Senior High School, 2400 Flagler St
Ticket! incl. Fed. Tax $2.40. $1.80. $1.20. Service Peronn.i >* e. ..
8 H 3, M-urvfrjhBVfiSa
J.D.C. SPENDS 3.000.000
LEI IN JEWISH RELIEF
New York (JTAlThe sum of
approximately 3,000,000,000 lei
was spent by the Joint Distribu-
tion committee for Jewish relief
in Rumania during the last six
months, it was announced at a
press conference addressed by
Kobert Pilpel, overseas represent-
ative of the J.D.C. who just re-
turned to this country.
More than 70,000.000 pengoes
were spent by thp j.DC yfor%e-
hi fr JeWS In "unKarv during
the same period, he said. Approx-
imately 35,000,000 francs were
spent by the J.D.C. for Jewish
of tin? Fran,CC dur,n* the nth
of January alone. All these sums
run into millions of dollars, it was
enMraSp^d ,at the conference^
Mr. Pilpel reported that the
surviving Jews of Europe are
showing "an amazing Kenw
m maintaining their coS
organizations and in making tre-
mendous efforts to help'Xnt
RUTH B ROTMAN
PRESENTS
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+Je*isttfk)r*tiajn
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FRIDAY, MARCH 2,
SARAH OSNATHHALEVI COMMITTEE> HEADS
FEATURED IN CONCERT FOR HOME FOR AGED
A cultural evening to be pre-
sented in the form of a concort
will take place this Sunday feat-
uring Sara Osnath Halcvi. orient-
al singer. Miss Havevi is interna-
tionally known for her interpret-
ative rendition of Palestinian
numbers. Anyuta Melicov will be
her accompanist. The affair will
be given for the benefit of HIAS.
and will also feature the Bialik
Singing Society of the Bureau of
Jewish Education. Cantor Ema-
nucl Barkan conducts the group
and Edythe Freeman serves as
accompanist.
B'NArB'RITH WOMEN
TO STAGE PARTY
B'nai B'rith Women of Sholom
Lodge will stage a dessert bridge
partv Thursday. March 8, start-
ing at 8:45 p. m. in the Alamac
Hotel, 1300 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach. Catering to both men and
women, the admission price will
include the entire evening's ac-
tivities.
Mrs. Jack Fein is chairman oi
the affair, assisted by Mrs. Jos-
eph Bermann and Mrs. Hannah
Levous. Reservations may be ob-
tained from Mrs. Norman Jacobs.
2-6833 or Miss Samuel Gold.
58-1470.
Alfred B. Rosenstein, president
of the Jewish Home for the Aged,
this week announced the appoint-
ment of Max Greenberg, as chair-
man of the building comniitt.v
and Isadore Goldberg to head the
membership committee.
A board meeting of the organ-
ization will be held following the
Federation breakfast Sunday
morning at the Home for the
Aged. S. W. 12th Ave. at 4th St.
The public is invited to an open
house to be held at the Home
from 4 to 6;30 the same after-
noon. Refreshments will be served
and a dinner for the board ot
directors will follow.
HAT
HEN
HERE
LEGAL NOTICES
, Ml W
PIONEER WOMEN TO
HOLD REGULAR MEET
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation of Greater Miami Club No.
1 will hold their regular meeting
Wednesd.iv evening. March 7. at
8 o'clock at the Miami Beach Y.
1 Lincoln Road. At this meeting
the final plans for the donor din-
ner to be held at Beth David
Talmud Torah. March 18, will be
completed.
"Miss mTamTbeach''
FINALS ON MARCH 11
HADASSAH SPONSORS
BINGO PARTY MARCH 6
A bingo party sponsored by the
Business and Professional Wom-
en's Division of Miami Chapter
oi Hadassah, will be held Tues-
day, March 6 at the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center, 1415:
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach at 8
p. m. !
Refreshments will be served.
The admission price of $1 entitles -,...... ;;
player to ten free games and val- America will be selected,
uable prizes.
Finals in the quest of the Mi-
ami Beach Junior Chamber oi
Commerce for 'Miss Miami Beach
1945" will be held at the
Blackstone hotel. March 11. Mar-
tin M. Gilbert, chairman of the
jaycees committee announced.
The Miami Beach Jaycees hold
the franchise this year for the
selection of "Miss Florida, who.
with "Miss Miami Beach, will
go to Atlantic City next Septem-
ber for the finals in which "Mis.-
FRtDAY. MARCH t:
National Council "> '
SLUv. MARCH* ,
Women, Beach "V." b p. m.,
dime..
MONDAY. MARCH 5:
Temule
,!,......, v. men, M i "I '
M p. m.: Miami n
Center S
l:3g p. m.; 1
elati party, Central Beach
Blementar) Srhool, B : m.
TUESDAY, MARCH 6:
Beth Jacob .- terho. I m.
National Home for Jewish Cl
at Denv. r res ilai me. tl
Miami I
Meeting:, S p. m.; Hadassah
Meet ''.""
onal Women, bingo pain, Mi-
ami Bead J. -' C. liter, >' "'
a.lull Ch. i i a Singh -
sponsor. .1 bj the Bun '-"
Education In coopi iitlon wltl
Y -" in.I affiliated i ongr. gallons,
Miami Beach Jewish Center. p.
in A. I'- Ad> !-
meeting, p. m to 3 30 p. m.
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7:
Boai !' ih Sholem i <
I, 7i \\ ii-i St., p. m Mr*
Charles Tobln, chali man: Bel h
Jacob, Adull Institute, 8 to l" p.
in Nal lonal Count il of .' '
w ..... i : h V," :' p. in : W
men's Cli Branch '.'. I
in ;
B'nal B'rith Women, membership
pai ty, 2 p. hi home "f Mi -
Turk, 1312 Royal ["aim Ave : Miami
n. a, h Jew Ish Centel
|| ,: i,, tloi Wltl thl
.1. nigh hdii- .itIon and
organizations, i> in.
THURSDAY. MARCH 8:
B'nal B'rith Women's L
Adull Coui ses sponsoi ed by
the B irea i of .ii" i.-h Edu
i Temple Israel, Bi th
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FRIDAY. MARCH 9:
Amei Ii oi Jew i-li i wom-
en's Friday Review, l 30 p. in.
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Rabbi Samuel H. Baron will
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topic "A>k the Rabbi' at regular
Friday evening services at Tem-
ple Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdale.
NOTICE IS HKKKBY GIVEN that
,l. un.li ed desii ins t" engage In
der tin- flctltloui name "f
Fabric! Co. al MS 8, W. N.
River M Miami. Florida Intends
name with the Clerk
urt of Dadf County,
S BPBCHT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
d. airing to engage In
the fictitious name of
ROSELIJ5 HOTEL SI Miami Beach.
ntenda to register wild name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
1 lade Count>. Florida.
II \Kl:Y KATE
RETTY KATE
ROSA RUBIN
2 2-9-10-23 3 :
ARBEITER RING IN
REGULAR MEETING
Arbeiter Ring. Branch 692. will
hold a regular meeting Wednes-
day. 8:30 p. m. at the Arbeiter
Ring Lyceum. 25 Washington Ave.
A special finance committee re-
port will be given. A memorial
service for Mandell Levin will
be held.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, dcslritie to engage In
~s uniier the flrtltlous name of
BOARDWALK SHOPPE at 2704-6
Ocean Drive. Miami Ilearh. Fin. In-
fi-niis tn register sai.l name with the
Clerk "f the I'lrcuit Court of Dade
Count v. Florida.
EDWARD IlEZARK
2'2-9-16-23 3/2
REVLINhotel
Collins Ave. at
13th St.. M. B.
DINING ROOM NOW OPEN
Reservations Suggested For Full Passover Week
Deluxe Full Course Dinner Served from 5-8 P. M.
DIETARY LAWS OBSERVEDPHONE 58-3668
MARKOWITZ POST TO
HOLD OPEN HOUSE
The Freda Markowitz Post of
the Jewish War Veterans will
hold open house at the YM &
YWHA. 1567 S. W. 5th St.. on
Sunday night. March 4. at 8
p"clock. War Bonds will be award-
ed. The public is invited.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enitaco |n
business under the rirtitioun name of
HOWARD LIQUOR STORE, 106 N. E.
1st Avenue Intends to rrglster said
iiuino wlih the Clerk of the Circuit
Court nf Dade County, Florida.
GEORGE LEVINE
t (-16-2) ] : -:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned i encased In buel-
ns under the fictitious name of
JOHN8TETT FUR MFG., in; N. K.
1st Avenue. Miami. Florida, and In-
tern! t., register the said flrtltlous
name In the ..ftiee .,f the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Pnde County, Florida.
NAT STKTTNV:it
PETER JullNIIiES
2!-l-?3 | l-J
lilllBIIIHIIIIHilll
ITOUBY
I PAINTING
ICO.
BOOK REVIEW BY
MRS. I. M. WEINSTEIN
"Gentlemen Speak of Peace"
authored by William Ziff will be
wed by Mrs, I. M. Wein-
stein at a meeting in Beth David
Synagogue Monday, March 19 at
8 p. m. Mrs. Jack August, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood, reports
that all proceeds will go for the
benefit of the religious school.
Tickets may be had by contact-
ing Mrs. Norman Jacobs. 2-6893.
or Mrs. Louis Margulies. 2-1473.
N.R.S. TO CONDUCT
ITS OWN CAMPAIGN
New York (JTA) Emphasiz-
that the dissolution of the
nited Jewish Appeal was in no
way related to the financial re-
quirements of the National Refu-
gee Service, Charles A. Riegel-
man, president of the N.R.S.. an-
nounced that as a result of the
break-up, the National Refugee
Service is compelled to conduct
an independent fund raising cam-
paign.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.-IN PROBATE.
No. 1.V.I47
In Re: ESTATE OF ROBERT WAL-
LACE W' ii i|i. Ii,.,-, ,., ,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I" Ail Creditor! and All Persona Hav-
1 hi- or Demand! Aaainst
- 'I Estat. :
and each of you, are hereby
notifli .i ind required to present any
mil demands which you, or
either of you. may have sgslnsl the
estate -.f ROBERT WALLACE W. .< >I>
ed late of DADE Countv. Flor-
ida, to th.- Hon. \v p. BLANTON,
County Ju.lci- of Dade County, and
8 -iin- In his office In the
county Courthouse In Dade County,
i-iiirlila within eight calendar months
from th* flat* of the first publication
i_ Bald claims or demand! to eon-
tain the leg il address of the claimant
' /:' -u"'"n to and presented as
aid, or ami win i. barred sre
Section Martha IMS Probst* A,,.
Data February 81, \ |i 1*45
WALLACE BELL WOOD.
A Ex*, itor of the Las) will an
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a v,".;;':^ '"' Eiecutor.
d
WAL-
3 5CCOI
LlUNSD ANDIhSVRED CONTRACTORS
669 N.W.6^- Street.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
for Rest
CONVALESCEMCt
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NOTICEI IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Bald .-,..i^.,, '.' he |H,"",
following !..,,; "'.''" '"''Miifs the
c.uintv i.f u,\ J' '""l"''v In the
,t '''' s,;"'- < Florida, to.
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3/2-9-l.23V L' M JOHNSON. D. C.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 18 HERF.uv n^T-^.
the undersigned, desiring 1 VEN lioj
liuslness under the fl.iii,,!.ennt h
PETER PAN V1I.1.W "*.nn2
Beaoh. Fla. Intend, t r Ml.2
name with the Clfrk nf tJ"* S
Court of Bade Countv I'lortl^nsl
HARRY Ki-p*-
BETTY KAYE
JOE RUBIN
ROSA RL'KIV
2/2-9-18-2S 3/2 """
NOTICE 18 HFREHT~erv7rr
the undersisrned, delrli1B ,,,\ %X
liuslnew under the fletltioi .^M*,a
J M-K'R PLACE at m .SJiTS'S
Cocoput Orove. Miami mJ1*' *V,
to register nalri name with ,h. p,'1"*
th* Clrcalt Court of |,;ld. r-Wk
Florida, "* cuat,
HI-7NRT STIIFOFF.
HYMEN MH'H M-isa
SILVER. KAPLAN !l'nf)}i
Attorneys for Applicant.
2/a-a-i-*s 8/1 U
NOTICE IS HEREIlvTiTvFV^
the undersigned, deslrlnv to en,?f
huslnsss under the flctiti,,,,,, "*
R & 1^ CROCKERY a ijiJ^Jf
r2eKd,s,AerV'*s,dMlnTrn* wTth'^h JS \
IX>III8 ROSM.W
HEUNARIl 1,1-VY
DIANA COOPERSMIIH
Attorney for Applicants
2/2-S-16-23 3/2
NOTICE 18 HEREBY r.IVFN i
the underslgTied, d*ilrlns in miuX
liuslness under the fli-.ii n,:5
FI/ORIDA WHOLESALi: iiprvw!
CO. .it M N. E. 2fith Sf.et vSS
Florida, Intends to resist-, ^1,1 ^*
with the Clerk of the C|r,ill CoiMrf
I Hide Countv. Florida ""*
BIO BEAR FOOD STORES l\T
a New Jersey Corporation. W
By SAMUEL FRIEIU^ND
President. (Apnllnun
MYERS A HKIMAN ">t)
Attorn*vs for Applicant,
2/9-IS-23 3/2-9
NOTICE IS MERERY OIVEN \M
the undersigned, deslrinir to i-natt
in liuslness under the fn |||,iu rn
nf Hotel Roberts Tailor* Intend
register said name with the Clerks'
the circuit Court of Dade Countt
Florida.
MAX LITWIN
MORRIS ENZER
Pi ANA COOPER8MITH
Attorney for Applicants
2/1S-M ^'2-9-16
NOTICE is HEREBY WVES IW
the undersigned* desiring to entm
in business under the flctltloui nans
nf Ad Ventures Syndicated and MU
Ad Venture! at lTil N. Miami aveata,
Miami. Florida Intends to racists
said nnme with the Clerk "f the Clr- ;
.ult Court of Dade Conn 1 v. Klnrlih. i
.TI'LES MARSHALL ZISSEX
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
? I.I-2a :: 2-9-16 I
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 12846
RE: ESTATE OF FRANK M.
HATCHELOR. TVcease.l
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby iv,-n that I
have filed my final report and od-
tiim for Final Discharge as Executrix
of the estate of FRANK M. BAT-
CHEI.OR, deceased: and that on th*
19 day of March. 194a, will apply to
the Honorable W. F. lllaiit-m. I'ountj
.Indite of I>nde County. Florid!, for
approval of said final report and (or
final discharge as Executrix of lb*
Estat* of FRANK M. llATCHELOfc
deceased
This 14 day nf February. 1945.
oertRcde a. batchelor
Executrix of the EsUW of
FRANK M. BAT"III:L0R.
MAN R STLVER
Attorniv for Executrix.
2/16-23 3'2-9
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PAGE SEVEN
iTEB MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The JewUh Welfare Board Help Us Keep Record of Our Men in Service
WK *
SERVICE
^ r\ r\ f\ n
PARADE!
SOLDIER WRITES FINE
LETTER TO "MOM"
IpVT I. W. EHRENS IS
Imissing IN ACTION
I, Pvt. Irving W. Ehrens, son of
l; -md Mrs. H. J. Ehrens. of
! 2526 S. W. 15th
lit., has been miss-
ing in action since
BDecember 16. his
|o a r e n t s have
learned. Ehrens.
jwho entered the
pserve in June,
1942, was in Bel-
gium when last
Ineard from.
A brother. T-5
iBernard Ehrens,
serving in France
las a dental technician entered
Ithe army in July, 1943.
Sgt. David M. Bloomberg, vet-
Icran of 32 months in the Euro-
Ipean area, is spending a 30-day
Ifurlough with nis parents. Mr.
land Mrs. George W. Bloomberg,
|561 W. Flagler St. A graduate of
IMiami Senior High school and
[the University of Florida. Sgt.
I Bloom !>org took part in five
Imajor engagement*.
I SGT. "LEROY FELDMAN
IS KILLED IN ACTION
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Feld-
Iman. 2100 S. W. 24th Ter.. have
[received word that their son.
Staff Sgt. Leroy S. Feldman,
Army Medical Corps, was killed
I in action November 25th in
I France.
Feldman entered the service in
I August. 1941. He was originally
from Huntington, W. Va., but had
BENJAMIN SHIFFMAN IS
" KILLED IN ACTION
Mrs. Bertha Shiftman received
a telegram from the government
Wednesday, February 21, con-
firming the death
of her husband.
Benjamin, on Jan-
uary 18 on the is-
land of Peleiu in
the Southwest
Born in April,
19 18. Shiffman,
had been in serv-
ice 1xk years. He
was the victim of
a Jap sniper.
Shiffman re-
ceived commenda-
tion for his work in arranging
religious services and activities
for Jewish boys in his area re-
cently from Rabbi Philip Bern-
stein, director of the Army-Navy
committee of the Jewish Welfare
Board, when the rabbi was on a
tour of the Pacific area.
Mrs. Shiffman is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. Lobel, 625
42nd St., Miami Beach.
PVT. ARTHUR STELZER
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Pvt. Arthur Stel-
zer, son of Mrs.
Kate Stelzer, of
531 15th St.. Mi-
ami Beach, is con-
valescing in a hos-
pital somewhere
in France after
having been
wounded twice in
action. He has
been awarded Oak
Leaf Clusters and
the Purple Heart.
Second Lt. Daniel Cravitt. 21,
201 S. W. 26th Rd., co-pilot in a
15th Air Force B-24 Liberator
group, recently flew his 14th
combat mission over enemy ter-
ritory.
The target was the oil refin-
eries at Odertal, Germany. He is
the son of Joseph Cravitt.
Corp. Hal Nathanson. brother
of Irving Nathanson, 1301 Alton
Rd., Miami Beach, was wounded
Dec. 3 in France.
A former resident of New York
Nathanson writes a shell landed
just four feet from him. One piece
of shrapnel barely missed the
base of his spine and another
missed his right lung by a nar-
row margin. Four other pieces
lodged in his body, and two of
them could not be removed.
made his home in Miami for the
r Past ten years. He attended Ohio
State university. Active in com-
munal life, he served for several
terms as president of the junior
"vision of the "Y."
The Purple Heart has been
awarded posthumously.
Beside his parents, Sgt. Feld-
man haves a brother, Robert
Leonard Feldman, also of Miami.
Keep on Buying War Bonds
and Stamps.
Local men in service whose
promotions have recently been
announced include Seymour
Rubin. 4365 N. Bay Road, Miami
Beach, to first lieutenant; Joseph
Schwartz, 220 N. E. 1st Ave.. first
sergeant of a B-24 heavy bomb-
ardment squadron; Samuel Kar-
donsky, 814 Lenox Ave., Miami
Beach, a B-17 waist gunner with
the 8th AAF, now a sergeant;
and Benjamin Blau. 1770 S. W.
9th St., a radio operator and gun-
ner on a B-17 to rank of ser-
geant.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
CAPT. N. S. ANGEL
FREE FROM PRISON
Capt. Norman S. AngeL 1557
Meridian Ave., captured by the
German in Holland late last year,
has been liberated
from an eastern
Germany pr i s o n
camp by the ad-
vance of the Rus-
sian armies. He
was attached to
the medical corps
of the 82nd air-
borne division and
flew into the
Cotenin peninsula
with paratroopers
on D-day.
Last year he was married to
Miss Joy Citron of Leicester, Eng.
who resides there. He is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Angel.
Capt. Angel, with the Army
medical corps, was graduated
from the University of Pittsburgh
and studied medicine at the Uni-
versity of Chicago.
NATHAN ARONOVITZ
KILLED IN ACTION
LT. PAUL CARP SAID
MISSING IN ACTION
Paul Carp, a lieutenant (jg) in
the Navy, is missing in action,
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
S. Carp, of 2738 S. W. 20th St.,
have learned. When last heard
from Lt. Carp was serving as
leader of a liaison team abroad
a French escort vessel, and al-
though the official notification in-
dicates he was lost January 15,
circumstances lead his parents to
believe he went down when his
ship was sunk off the coast of
North Africa January 9.
Carp attended James Madison
high school in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and was an outstanding graduate
of Harvard university. Prior to
his entrance into the service, he
was training for diplomatic work.
He was stationed in Miami for
some time as a subchaser school
and was later selected for train-
ing with the liaison group. His
parents have received highly
commendatory letters from his
commanding officer and other
Navy officials with whom he was
associated.
Lt. Carp leaves, in addition to
his parents, two sisters. Mrs.
Clare Schwartz and Miss Ruth
Carp, both of the home address.
Aviati on Cadet Kenneth M.
Meyerson. son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Meyerson, 622 15th St.. Mi-
ami Beach, has become a flight
officer in the army air forces
after completing bombardier
training at the Carlsbad (New
Mexico) army air field.
Second Lt. Jack S. Mintzer. of
Miami Beach, reported for duty
recently at the San Francisco
port of embarkation. He was as-
signed to the supply and facili-
ties division of that transporta-
tion corns installation. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer.
Flight Officer Norman S. Ros-
en. 1215 Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach, participated in the initial
assault by Bomber Baron Libera-
tors on Nichols Field in the
Philippines.
Mrs. Rose Borkin, 820 N. W.
18th Place, received an interest-
ing letter from her son. Ensign
Al Borkin, reprinted below. En-
sign Borkin graduated from the
University of Miami, took V-12
training, and received his com-
mission. He has been in service
over a year and has been com-
mended for his excellent work in
organizing the Jewish boys for
services and acting as chaplain
"Pro Tern."
Sat. Feb. 3. 1945
Dear Mom:
It certainly feels good to be
able to write a letter and know
that there is something to write
abou.
Last night we had services,
finally. After 2V4 months of talk-
ing about it, D-Day arrived and
then H-Hour, and it was a huge
success. We had about 22 people,
including the chaplain and an
Italian fellow who is a buddy
of one of the Jewish boys. The
men really enjoyed it and I've
had compliments about it from
everybody. The altar was beauti-
ful. We used a set-up the chap-
lain has and improvised the.rest.
We used two large wooden spools
that wire cable is rolled on for
a stand and covered it with the
Union Jack, a blue flag covered
with white stars. The altar was
covered with blue velvet, and we
had candles at each end. In the
center we had a Mogin David.
It is a beautiful piece of work
that one of the fellows made in
the machine shopabout 8" high
and solid brass.
I'm telling you, the faces shone
and the men's eyes sparkled to be
able to have services down here.
We used _an empty hold, which j
was hald "filled with cargo nets.
You can readily see there was
plenty of improvision.
I was the reader at the first
service and the chaplain delivered
the sermon, however I'm going to
have different fellows conduct
the service each week. Sort of
giving out "Analeyaho."
Next week a yeoman will be
reader and a warrant officer
(from Brooklyn) will give a talk.
One of the men lost his father
last year, but had never had an
opportunity to say Kaddish, ex-
cept when he said it alone. Last
night was the first night he said
Kaddish at a regular service, and
although he tried not to, he was
crying when he finished saying
it.
Some of the men heard the
service in the next compartment
and complimented one of the
Jewish boys on it. In fact some
of the "buddies" want to come
next week.
The reason I'm so proud is that
since I've been in the Navy this
is the first time my efforts have
been of practical benefit to any-
body. I feel as though I've honest-
, ly accomplished something worth-
while. I could keep on writing all
I night about it, but I'd better save
! some for later.
Today I finally took the plunge.
1 Had my hair cut short. A real
crew cut. Doesn't look as bad
as I thought it would and is very
comfortable, especially because of
the terrific heat. I came up from
the movies tonight and was
(soaked?). Saw a good picture for
a change, "Happy-Go-Lucky and
really enjoyed it. There won t be
a change now for four days, so
I'll have plenty of time to write
some more tomorrow.
Getting late so I had better
say goodnight and go take a
shower. Will write more tomor-
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Arono-
?it* received a telegram from
the War Department Monday
evening informing them that
their son, Nathan, was killed
in action in Luxemburg Feb-
ruary 10. The telegram stated
a letter will follow giving full
details, not received at press
time.
Nathan graduated from Mi-
ami High School, attended the
University of Florida, and was
studying psychiatry in addition
to his regular studies. In service
about 18 months, he went over-
seas in September. He was
known locally for his activities
in AZA and for his excellent
violin playing.
Cpl. Nettie Ornstein writes
from Butler, Pa. that she misses
the Miami sunshine. She is with
the WAC recruiting office in that
city.
After spending a two week
furlough here, Pvt. Louis Fine
has returned to Camp Crowder,
Mo., where he is attached to the
radio intelligence divisfcn of the
Signal Corps. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Fine, of 334
N. W. 2nd Ave., and the grandson
of Sol Schwartz.
Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Nary Committee, Made Possible Through
the Co-Operation of
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
155 E. Flagler St 822 Lincoln Rd.
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Miami
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7200 N. W. 7th Avenue
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76 S. E. 1st Street'
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170 N. W. Fifth Street
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160 E. Flagler Street
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row.
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BRITAIN TO RE-ADMIT
JEWS TO PALESTINE
London (JTA)The British
Government has decided to re-
admit to Palestine all Jews who
had been deported as illegal im-
migrants to the island of Mauri-
tius, it was announced by Co-
lonial Minister Oliver Stanley. He
added that he could not promise
when the Jewish internees will
be transferred from Maurtius to
Palestine "in view of formidable
transport difficulties."
INVESTIGATE POSITION
OF JEWS IN FRANCE
London (JTA)A delegation of
the Council for Rescue of Polish
Jews has left for Paris to in-
vestigate the position of the Pol-
ish Jews in Fiance. The dele-
gation headed by Emanuel Szer-
er, Jewish member of the Polish
National Council, will also pro-
ceed to Belgium and Switzerland
to study the situation of Polish
Jews there.
Your friends and neigh-
bors are interested in the
progress your son or hus-
band is making in the
armed forces. Telephone
your service news items
to the Jewish Floridian by
dialing 2-1141 or write us
c o P. O. Box 2973, Miami
18, Ha.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 2.
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVID R. ISEN
Greater Miami has a popula-
tion of approximately 8,000 Jew-
ish families. Of this group, rough-
ly one thousand are represented
by membership in B'nai B'rith.
People coming here from small
communities where the entire
Jewish population usually parti-
cipates in Jewish affairs, often
express surprise when informed
that only a very small part ol
Miami Jewry takes an interest
in problems that are common to
every Jew.
We believe that the explana-
tion is simply thisGreater Mi-
ami is not a small town, but a
fairly large oneand unfortun-
ately for all concerned, a large
portion of the Jewish citizenry
becomes "lost" among the thous-
ands of persons in the area.
"Lost" for two reasons: first, loca
Jewry does not have the small
town" custom of seeking out new-
comers and making a -goodwill
effort to welcome them and see
that thev become part of the
J> wish community and secondly,
the majority of non-natives. n< t
seeing the "welcome" ext<
to them, withdraw into a circle
of occupation with their own
sonal problems and thereafter
make no effort whatsoever to
know or participate in the com-
munal Jewish life.
This is an unrortunate state of
affairs for everyone because the
community at large is thus de-
prived of the ideas, the ability
i and the good fellowship of hun-
1 dreds of capable men and women.
If vou are a member of B nai
B'rith it is your duty as a Jew
'> and good neighbor to approach
1 your fellow merchants or your
! neighbors who are not members
of B"nai B'rith and to invite them
to attend our next meeting and
' let them see for themselves the
' good that they will be both giv-
ing and receiving by being a
member of B'nai B'rith.
Even if vou are not a mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith you are here-
by invited to attend our nexl
meeting to be held at the Beach
-V i Lincoln Road. Tuesday
evening. March 6 at 8:15i p. m.
Men B'nai Bntr.
note thai th special
meeting in honor of H^''
I the >',P--
trict of B'nai B'rith who wil
- date. Lets have
:i grand turnout._______
Phone 5-5276
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C. L. CLEMENTS. President
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Serrk-ee announced through tt
Mia...i KfcMMoal AMociatlon art.
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,','k ,';;'an of Miami.
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borne.
MRS. DORA SWICHKOW
Miami two BOM IndUdllll Morris, of
\ i : and ti.i. dawntara all ol
i'hlcuBo. The bodj waa Bent to Chl-
. Oordon Funeral home.
MRS. SARAH SCHWARTZ
Mm Sarah BchwarU, E6, who came
from New Vort City five years ago.
Me?Monda> al Sll N W. WW Ave.
i ide hei huabMd. Loula:
and Joaaph. both In
., v.. ,nd two daughter* Mra.
. ,: >,,.,. New York, au.l MUM
s Miami The i- dy waa aent
I, by Oordon PMneral home.
JACOB BECKER
. retail furrier who
Brooklyn five yeara ago,
...... ';' ,""", '"
Nv. Miami Beach. He ta jur-
I wife, Mr B^ktoBaekar:
, s Irwli and Edward U. and
Khter, Mrs. Beatrice Hparaga. all
Beach. The bod) waa aent to
Rlvei aide Memorial
OTTO SICHEL
- hel, "3, retired merchanl
here t !> r. month* in
i uii r. nter, r.. I., died
. .. lozo M. rldlan Ave.
. ,,i by a daughter, Mrs.
a Kahl of I: < kvllle Center The
n. > v,.i k city by
hapel for aervleei
I b
MRS. LINA 8EIDENfttT^
Mrs Una Seldenl,..,, fl ?*
here for the past |*- v-* "*Utm
BucUd Ave., died W( S(J
Kuclld Ave., died Wadneedav" ill j
She came here from N. u <' ,'' !l
Surviving are her h'Jiilmnd <*.
Michael, three eona, Irvlnr tin. J,">ll
Philip, and three daugM, l',10" "4
ther Fn-yman. Mm. Anna Qrifc *
Mrs. II. fcaufman. all ot\xS&Sm
BarytOM were held ni liu, r.u^T*-
mortal chapel with Rabbi. ,,de.Ht.
Kaplan anJ Haul ApwlbauVeSl
Ing. ""'icm.
LIQUID ROACH TRAP
"X Keepa the beme tnt
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Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MART SCHRERN1CX JMPtajf
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BETH DAV'D CONGREGATION
Conservative. 136 S led *^
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Rabt Max Snaoiro.
Cantor Abraham Frceama-
R
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. fol-
i Segal
reception In honor
i .i > forthcoming Bai
h. S'ttui das morning nei vlci
nk, mm of Mr. and Mrs.
jack r> flrei will become Bai
Mltxvah. Junior aervlcaa al 10:30 .v. ">
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
ervative, 761 41st St.. Miami Beach.
evening service ^' 8:15 p m.
Members ,.f the confirmation claae
will L'i\.- i n itl reading of tlu-
English, Rabbi Leon
Kromsh will deliver a sen
'. n i- l lead; Long Live
Quei Vi Ones Sh ibbat will
i the servli wtth 'li-1 uaslon and
bments, HoHteasefl will be Mrs.
- h leffer and daughtei vn Ian
ind Mleen Cantor Louis Hayman will
officiate itnl lead th.....ngregatlonal
singing, Saturday morning aervleei at
i" o'clock Rabbi Kronlah will preach
on the Portion "f the Week.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N.
E. 19th $'.Frlda> evening sen
":1". p. in Rabbi Saul Appelbaum vtlli
apeak on "Purlm Afterthought." The
religious ichool will present a per-
if tiio i"uimi operetta by
ipi il request following the r\ li i
Hal irdaj moi nlng sen Ices :i\ 11
o'cloi k Rabbi Appelbaum will i .
>n "Uildli g a Calf."
Second Lt. Louis P. Gold, in-
y armored division, has been
iwarded the Bron7.c Star for
r.i roic action in battle November
27. DurinK an engagement mar
Bonfeld in France. Lt. Gold was
nally responsible for neu-
tralizins two German machine
gun positions! evacuated a wound-
ed member of his platoon, and
later took charge of his platoon
during a general withdrawal. He
is the son of Mrs. Herman Gold.
924 Hillcrest Blvd. A brother. 1st
Lt. Jerry Gold, has received the
Purple Heart for wounds received
in action in Italy last May, and
has been placed on limited service
in the entertainment field in
France.
the home of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Dratler, 100 Valletta Way.
He is the son of Mr. :ind Mrs.
S. J. Shepard, of Boston.
Beth El sisterhood held its reg-
ular monthly meeting Tuesday
night at Sher memorial hall. Pres-
ident Fanny Ryder was in charge
of proceedings. The organization
held a card party at the hall Sun-
day evening.
Sgt. Julius J. (Skippy) Shep-
ard. antiaircraft artillery, who
was wounded in the left arm by
sharpnel in France November 18,
has arrived to spend a 21-day
furlough with Mrs. Shepard at
The Community Chest wasn't
forgotton by Pfc Joseph Schreb-
nick. who sent his contribution
to the committee from Rome,
Italy.
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick. general
chairman, has announced that the
Shangri-La volunteer victory food
sale for the benefit of the Red
Cross, will be held at the corner
of Clematis St. and South Olive
Ave. on March 9. Home baked
foods will be offered f"r sale.
C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach
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140 N. E. 1st Ae., Ph. 2-5151
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HOMES AND INVESTMENT
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