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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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ihJewiisltUEIliOjpidliigun
VOLUME 18NUMBER 10
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
Th<- (lay room at the Nautilus
hospital, sponsored by Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith under the
chairmanship of Nat Roth, will be
dedicated Sunday afternoon at
2 (.clock. Prominent military of-
ficials will be present at the cere-
monies, f>r which an elaborate
program has been prepared. Be-
cause of limited space, contribu-
tors of funds to make the project
:i success have been invited, in
addition to a small number of
oilier dignitaries and lodge of-
ficials. The day room is for the
convalescent soldiers stationed at
tin Nautilus and was outfitted
completely by Sholom Lodge at
in excess of twenty-five
hundred dollars.
BHat B'rith is now in the midst
of a membership campaign to se-
cure an additional 1,000 members,
and officers of the lodge state
that almost 200 toward this num-
l.i has been added to the roll.
Hyman Rubin, president of the
5th District, addressed the or-
ganization at its regular monthly
[meeting Tuesday and stimulated
[those present by depicting the
activities of B"nai B'rith and the
I importance of increased member-
ship.
DEFICIENCY BILL IS
APPROVED FOR $25,000
Washington (JTA)The House
Appropriations Committee here
approved a deficiency bill clause-
granting a State Department re-
quest for $25,000 for full United,
States participation in the United j
Nations War Crime Commission. ]
The State Department has is-1
sued no comment thus far as to
the possibility of returning Her-
bert C. Pell to London as U. S.
representative. Last month Act-
ing Secretary Joseph C. Grew
said Pell would not be returned
because of the failure of Con-
gress to appropriate the necessary
money in December, when the
House Committee struck out a
$30,000 request for salary and ex-
penses.
In a statement issued here Mr.
Pell revealed that he would ap-
peal to President Roosevelt to
restore him to his former post.
FEDERATION TO BE
HOST TO DIVISION
OF MEN SUNDAY
PALESTINE PARTY
SIGNATOBYTOA
T
Cairo (JTA)The Palestine
h ate to the meeting of the
h n ministers of Arab states,
Ivhich has just concluded here,
was among the signatories of the
of a constitution for the
i ed League of Arab Nations
Ivhich was drawn up at the meet-
ing.
Although Palestine is not con-
sider, d to have the same status
I independent Arab states,
Itie fact that Musa el Alamai.
Ills delegate, was among those
tifymg the new constitution in
an indication or the common
stand on the Palestine question
vhuh was taken by the foreign
ministers. It confirms the belief
Jicre that no unified Arab federa-
tion is conceived of which would
not include Palestine.
However, from information
available in Cairo, it seems as if
Ik- "Groater Syria" scheme,
nien envisioned a union of Sy-
ia. Lebanon, Palestine and Trans-
lordan, has been abandoned be-
cause of the refusal of Lebanon.
wnich is predominantly Christian,
"0 Join. The Lebanese fear that
ley would be lost in what would
* a. Predominantly Moslem state.
Whether Palestine is to be in-
iiid to the Arab Congress on
arch 17, which is expected to
paopt the draft constitution, is
PP to the preparatory committee.
J was explained today by Abdul
irk 1 Assam Bey- Minister for
yao Affairs in the Egyptian
government. At the same time.
K Pomtfd out that any decisions
["opted at the congress will have
[o be ratified by the parliaments
P> me various states participating.
>R- SILVER ISSUES
STATEMENT TO PRESS
Y BE
OFHELPTO JEWRY
Bucharest (JTA) With the
formation of a new cabinet in
Rumania, leaders of the Jewish
Party are in a position, for the
first time since the liberation of
the country, to reveal that al-
though Jews enjoyed freedom un-
der the Radcscu cabinet, which
was formed after the overthrow
of the pro-German Antonescu
Government, they nevertheless
had many grounds for complaints.
Some of these are outlined in
the newspaper "Mantuirea," of-
ficial organ of the Jewish Party,
as follows: Only few Jews have
been restored to their jobs, as
promised in the law rescinding
racial legislation; artisans have
not received their stolen tools,
widows and orphans of slaught-
ered Jews have not received pen-
sions; return of nouses has been
postponed until spring; and
"against their own wishes Jews
were deprived of their nationality
status and prevented from ob-
taining national autonomy."
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will be hosts to the
members of the men's division at
a breakfast Sunday morning at
11 o'clock at Murray's on Lin-
coln Rd., Miami Beach. Campaign
organization for the division will
be perfected under the direction
of Milton Friedman and George
Bertman, chairmen, assisted by
Harry Cornblum and Sam B. Mil-
ler, co-chairmen.
Jacob Chalet, New York at-
torney and former professor of
law in Vienna, will be guest
speaker. His topic will concern
conditions abroad with which he
is familiar, and during the course
of his remarks he will tell of his
experiences in Germany. Chalet
taught law to Chancellor Dolfuss
of Austria.
George Chertkof, 1945 cam-
paign chairman, and Joe Rose,
executive director of Federation,
will also address the gathering.
The meeting Sunday is an-
other in the series scheduled
prior to the campaign, which
opens officially April 8. The goal
for this year's drive has been set
for $305,000 to meet the needs
of 63 agencies alloted funds by
the budget committee.
Monday evening, March 12. at
the El Comodoro hotel an organ-
izational meeting of captains and
workers of the advance gifts di-
vision will take place. Herbert
Scher and Dave Phillips are
chairmen of this division and
will preside at the meeting.
REPRESENTATIVE IS
SENT FROM TURKEY
Washingon (JTA)The Turk-
ish Embassy here has informed
the- Hebrew Committee for Na-
tional Liberation that Eri Jabotin-
sky was deported from Instanbul
to Palestine upon the request of
the British Ambassador in Turkey
"as he was believed to have been
involved in the assassination of
the late British Resident Minister
in the Near East."
In making the statement of the
Turkish Embassy public, the He-
brew Committee termed fantastic
the attempt to label Jabotinsky,
who was on a rescue mission, an
accomplice in the assassination
of Lord Moyne. Mr. Jabotinsky
was released during the week-end
from the Peru jain in Palestine to
which he was taken by police
authorities upon his reaching the
Palestine frontier after being de-
ported from Turkey.
TO
RESTORE CULTURE
EXHUME BODIES
^iOF JEWS SLAIN BY
Y
AJC HAS BUDGET FOR
EDUCATIONAL WORK
Moscow (JTA)The rehabilita-
tion of the Jewish community of
Poland and the rebuilding of
Jewish culture there was dis-
cussed at an over-flow meeting
in the hall of the Jewish Anti-
Fascist Committee here, attended
by leading Polish and Russian
Jews.
The fighting spirit of the Jew-
ish officers and men In the Polish
Army now fighting on German
territory side-by-side with the
Red Army was lauded by S.
Duskeviez, a representative of
the Union of Polish Patriots in
the USSR. An indication of the
number of Jewish artists who
were slaughtered in Poland was
given by actress Eda Kaminska
who said that of the over 400
Jewish actors in Poland only 60
survive.
Speakers included Prof. Solo-
mon Mikhoels, who presided. Lee
Finkelstein of the Jewish Social-
ist Bund; Berl Mark, a Warsaw
EOR DADE'S DRIVE
Appointed by H. H. Hyman,
: 1945 Red Cross War Fund cam-
paign chairman to represent labor
in the drive to raise Dade Coun-
ty's $520,000 quota are Roy W.
I Singer, president Miami Central
; Labor Union of the A. F. of L.
and Charles Smolikoff, regional
: director for the C.I.O.
Observance of Red Cross Sab-
bath in synagogues and temples
throughout the nation has been
set for March 16-17. This date
was fixed to enable Jewish re-
I ligious leaders from coast te
I coast to call attention of their
' congregations to the great need
for continued support of the hu-
manitarian services of the Red
Cross during the present drive.
Protestant and Catholic churches
I will observe March 18 as Red
i Cross Sunday.
Wholesale liquor dealers of
' Dade county will probably donate
$5,000 toward the local Red Cross
quota of $520,000, Sam Blank.
I chairman of the commercial divi-
: sion, announced.
Working in four busy centers
American Red Cross workers
have packed approximately 10,-
800,000 parcels for American pri-
soners of War in enemy territory,
Basil O'Connor, chairman of the
American Red Cross, announces.
Pointing out that one of the
| most important responsibilities of
i the Red Cross is its program
! of relief to war prisoners. Mr.
' O'Connor declared the task will
not end until after the war ends
in all parts of the world.
Food, medicine and clothing, in
addition to that provided by the
enemy, he said, are essential .to
maintain the health of Americans
in prison camps.
Bucharest (JTA)In the pres-1 Jewish journalist; and others,
of a delegation from the
ence ot a
Federation of Jewish Communi-
ties in Rumania, the bodies of
126'Jews massacred by Germans
and Hungarians in the township
$25No7ooY?of %?$& I ?n Mfc=L2
curing a larger membership and
for increased educational activi-
ties on a nationwide scale was
adopted by the American Council
for Judaism at its annual confer-
ence, it was announced here,
Lessing J. Rosenwald was re-
elected president of the organiza-
tion.
It was reported at the confer-
ence that the membership of the
Council comes from more than
300 communities throughout the
United States. Mr. Rosenwald, in
his presidential address, reviewed
the year's activities. Rabbi Elmer
Berger, executive director, ana-
lyzed the situation that led to
the formation of the Council and
discussed its program.
*5? York "ffl0'il}.,ment at Prime Minister
nurch ill's and President Roose-
lrr.li r<'f?rences to the Palestine
Eme? r rePrts on the
iUeiPao ,Conferer.ce, Dr. Abba
ent .!!'!ucr has issued a tte.
ten Vi the press ur*ing Ameri-
pn Zionists to mobilize behind
a vigorous, militant policy."
SEEK AGREEMENT
ON COMMON DEFENSE
Cairo (JTA)The Arab coun-
tries of the Middle East are
striving to conclude an agreement
on common defense of their in-
terests so that they may have a
unified front at the San Francisco
conference of the United Nations,
which opens on April 25, a high
Arab personality said this week.
When and if such a united re-
presentation is established, it will
be maintained and perfected so
that it may represent the Arabs
at the ultimate peace conference
after all hostilities have ceased.
he added.
Buy Bonds now. You are lend-
ingnot giving.
humed this week. The corpses
were then re-buried according to
the requirements of Jewish
ritual.
Two residents of Camar who
participated in the massacre of
the Jews committed suicide this
week in fear of severe punish-
ment as pro-Axis criminals.
George Cuza son of the notor-
ious Rumanian anti-Semitic lead-
er Alexander Cuza, has been put
on trial here as a war criminal
before a special tribunal. Charged
among other things, with inciting
the killing of Jews, he declared
to the judges: "I was, I am and
I will be an anti-Semite."
TRIBUTE PAID TO
EUROPEAN JEWRY
Buenos Aires (JTA)Eighteen
thousand persons, who filled the
vast Luna Park sports arena here,
paid tribute to the estimated 5.-
000.000 Jews murdered in Europe
and pledged assistance to the sur-
viving Jews in liberated Europe.
The meeting, which was called
by the DAIA, the central organ-
ization of Argentine Jewry, was
a prelude to the world-wide day
of mourning proclaimed for
March 14. Speakers, including
Marcos Turkow of the Jolish
Jews of Argentina and Marcus
Rogalsky. editor of the Yiddish
daily, El Diario Israelita. appealed
to the Argentine Jewish commun-
ity to contribute funds for the
relief and rehabilitation of Euro-
pean Jewry.
5,000 JEWS SURVIVE
NAZI LABOR CAMP
ARE ENTERTAINED
BY HOLLAND JEWS
Bucharest (JTA)About 5.000
Jews held by the Germans in the
notorious death camp at Os-
wiecim, Poland survived as a re-
sult of the rapid advance of the
Red Army which liberated the
territory where the camp was sit-
uated, it was reported this week
by the first Jewish survivor to
reach here from Oswiecim.
Masstricht. Holland (JTA)
Several hundred American Jew-
ish soldiers were entertained by
the local Jewish community at
a party here, although for a time
it appeared as if it would be
called off because of anti-Jewish
agitation.
On the morning of the day on
The survivor. 20-year-old Isaac 2^**,% ptartv ,was J" be held
>iK..;t, Tatshnvn in tho two of the Jewish leaders called
Leibowitz from Tatshovo. in the
Carpathian section of Czecho-
slovakia, was deported, together
with all Jews of the town, to
Oswiecim last May when Car-
pathia was under Hungarian oc-
cupation% The number A-10311.
by which he was known in the
Oswiecim camp, is tatooed on his
forearm.
ARAB-JEWISH PROBLEM
DISCUSSED IN ARABIA
Washington (JTA)President
Roosevelt, at his press conference
this week, revealed that he dis-
cussed the Arab-Jewish problem
in Palestine not only with King
a meeting of the community coun-
cil and advised that it not be
held since it might furnish am-
munition for the anti-Semites
who could spread stories about
"Jewish gaiety and riches" and
"Jewish balls with orchestras"
etc.
Their fears were a result of a
concerted anti-Jewish campaign
which has been waged by sections
of the Maastricht press. Chief tar-
get of the attacks has been M. E.
von Goldem, a Jew, who is sec-
retary of Lieut.-Col. Schierman,
chief of the Dutch Government's
military mission here. City Coun-
sellor Schrienmacher writing in
the newspaper Veritas, a local
daily, declared that he did not
Ibn Saud, ruler of Saudi Arabia.
but also with Prime Minister | object to von Geldern personally,
Churchill. He gave no clue as to! but to the presence of a Jew on
the nature of the discussions and the military staff. This was the
their results.
From authoritative sources,
however, the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency learned that no conclu-
sions were reached with regard
to the Palestine problem during
the President's discussions with
the Prime Minister and Ibn Saud.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
second published attack on von
Geldern.
New Work (JTA)The Ameri-
can Jewish Conference has in-
formed the American Jewish
Committee that it cannot accept
its invitation to an informal con-
ference to consider the formula-
tion of a unified Jewish post-war
program.

V



PAGE TWO
PJe*ist>fto*L
FRIDAY. MARCH
9- 1945
PERSONALS
= RECENT BAR MITZVAH
AT BETH DAVID
RFNOWNED VIOLINIST
?0 BE FEATURED HERE
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ENGAGEMENT^
Mr. and Mrs. Philip j pT"""
stein, of San Marco Iiiand {?"
ami. and New York City ha
recently announced the enrV
ment of their daughter. Manivt
to Maurice Cromer. son of V*
Daniel Cromer and the late Jb
Cromer. of Miami. Wi

Bar Mima Richard
: ton of M I -:
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Are Favorite Shoes
With Miami Men
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Miss "'Lillian Chisling, u*^,,
engagement to Raym -r.i D.Jeia-
er of Miami Beach was announced
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PALESTINE
SPEAKS!
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PUnDAY, MARCH 9, 1945
vJewisMcrMian
PAGE THREE
Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff Observe Tenth Anniversary
Rnhhl and Mrs. Moses Mes-
ch5o are observing their 10th
anniversary this week.
be guests-of-honor at
wedding
They wi
, reception tendered them by the
congregation, Saturday evening
at Beth Jacob I
Washington Ave..
TfluWacob synagogue
Miami Beach.
301
them.
Rabbi Mescheloff came here to
accept the pulpit of Beth Jacob
eight years ago, bringing with
him his wife, the former Magna
Schonfeld, daughter of Rabbi and
Mrs. Lazar Schonfeld, of New
York. The couple were married
Friei Is of the congregation and
members of the community will
pay respects and rabbis of the
Greater Miami area and leaders
of the area will bring greetings.
On Sunday afternoon, Rabbi
and Mrs. Mescheloff will hold
open house from 2 to 6 p. m. in
their home, 711 Lenox Ave., Mi-
ami Beach. They have invited
their friends and acquaintances
to observe the occasion with
March 12, 1935 and have two
children, Remah and Ephriam.
Rabbi Mescheloff is a magna
cum laude graduate of City Col-
lege in New York, a member of
Phi Beta Kappa fraternity, and
a graduate of the Yeshiva college
of New York. He is co-editor of
the Annual Sermon Manual of
the Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica.
HOME FOR AGED
HOLDS OPEN HOUSE
Over 300 guests visited the
Jewish Home for the Aged at the
open house held last Sunday. A
banquet for the board of directors
followed. Daniel Broad acted as
toastmaster. The main address of
the evening was delivered by
Alfred B. Rosenstein, president,
who pledged his support to the
board of directors. Announcement
was made that a sisterhood for
the Home is in the process of
formation.
A strictly Kosher Sedar is being
held for the two Passover nights
for members and friends. Reserv-
ations are now being accepted
at the Home or with the officers.
Open house will again be held
this Sunday. The committee serv-
ing as hostesses include Mes-
damcs M. Greenberg, Daniel
Broad, J. Gluck and Alfred B.
Rosenstein.
PYTHIAN SISTERS TO
HOLD INITIATION
Miami Beach Temple No. 43,
Pythian Sisters, will have initia-
tion at their next meeting, Tues-
day evening, March 13, at 8:30
p. m., at their regular meeting
hall, 617 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach. Members whose birthdays
are in March will be honored
after the meeting.
CARDIAC HOME IN
ANNUAL LUNCHEON
Dade Chapter National Chil-
dren' Cardiac Home announces
that on Wednesday, March 14,
12:30 p. m., their annual Donor
Luncheon will be given at the
Mocamba. 23rd St. and Ocean
Drive. Reservations are being
taken by Mrs. Gertrude Lachs,
chairman, at 5-3936.
"...and I'll live like a princess in a house that runs like magic..

X have a wonderful pom-war
dream. .
'Tm always freah as a daisy,
pretty as a picture...and house-
keepingin my new all-Gas home
of the futureseems like play!
"I work in a kitchen that's cool,
clean, free from cooking odors...
where, with no trouble at all, I
turn out dishes that make my
family want to hug me. For my
new Certified Performance Gas
range is amazingly efficientwith
heat controls so accurate they cut
out all sorts of work and watching
... save food values and cook-
ing time 1
"I open my magic Gas refrigerator
...my silent store room...and what
do I see? ... All kinds of foods,
meats, vegetables, even frozen
foods...Yes, special cooling units
THf HACK KAMI THAT WILL UIGHTEN
keep them fresh longer, save hours
of marketing time.
"I turn on my permanent 'hot
springs'...and an automatic Gas
water-heating system gives me
oceans of hot water whenever I
want it
"Why even the weather is mine
for the asking...for my new Gas
air-conditioning system gives me
luxurious warmth in January,
mountain coolness in July!"
Dream on, lady...For tomorrow
these and other miracles of com-
fort will be brought to you by the
tiny blue Gas flame... the flame
that cools as well as heats. You
can speed that day by using Gas
wisely... and by saving for
your home of the future
with every War Bond you
can buy.
YOU* funmi
GAS
PEOPLES
COMPANY
BEACH LODGE LADIES
IN DONOR DINNER
Miami Beach Temple No. 43,
Pythian Sisters have completed
arrangements for a Benefit Donor
Dinner to be given Sunday eve-
ning, March 18, at 7 p. m., at
"Jimmie's on the Trail," under
the chairmanship of Lydia Rubin,
with Rose Snyder as co-chairman.
All reservations must be made
by the next regular meeting, held
on Tuesday evening, March 1?
8:30 p. m., at 617 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach. '
DR. WISE TO ADDRESS
THE SPINOZA FORUM
Dr. Stephen S. Wise will ad-
dress the Spinoza Forum, this
Saturday afternoon, 3 p. m.. un-
der the canopy, on the lawn of
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, 11th St., between Collins,
Ave. and Ocean Drive, Miami j
Beach. Two hundred additional
seats have been added. Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m. Dr. Morris
Schneer will give the sixth lee- I
ture in the series of "Know Thy-;
self." Joseph L. Tepper of Wash-,
ington and Miami is chairman.
Hollywood
Miami Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
JEWISH REGISTRANTS
NOT TO BE INDUCTED
Nat Roth, member of the Great-
er Miami Army and Navy com-
mittee, Thursday morning re-
ceived a communication from the
State of Florida selective service
headquarters at St. Augustine
dated March 9 and notifying all
local boards regarding the for-
warding of registrants of Jewish
faith during the Passover holi-
days.
The directive, signed by Lt.
Col. H. E. Couchman, state oc-
cupational adviser, read as fol-
lows:
"Due to the Jewish Passover
holidays, no registrants profess-
ing the Jewish faith will be for-
warded for induction or pre-in-
duction on March 27. 28 or 29.
If any call for either induction
or pre-induction falls on one of
these days, the forwarding of
these registrants of the Jewish
faith wilt be postponed and they
will be forwarded on Friday,
March 30. When the number to
be so handled is ascertained, you
should advise the local trans-
portation representatives regard-
ing same."
Buy More War Bonds.
Buy More War Bonds.
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING
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Appliance Corp.
539 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Operated by
Phil Salmon
CARRYING A FULL LINE OF
HARDWARE. TOOLS. PLUMBING SUPPLIES.
PAINTS AND CHINAWARE
PHONE 5-5282
Manhattan Distributors
As a Service to the Jewish Community
Proudly Announce the
Bottlinq and Distribution of
Lebanon Wine
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
nos1? 1^3
Under the Rabbinical supervision of
RABBI SIMON APRIL
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong., Miami
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Cong.. Miami Beach
t t
Ask For Lebanon"
BOTTLED BY
Manhattan Distributors
1536 N. MIAMI AVE.
PHONE 3-8641
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pi., .nd Mam Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Mlanu^.
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MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 1945
ADAR 24. 57 9
VME1S NT.-MBE
10 REPORT
DOINGS 10 POLICE
.- en JTA)7Eri
Turkv,
___TIDBITS FROM EVER
&tidy QxmpdejnM
.By PHINEAS I. BIRON.
A SHARE IN KINDNESS
Nothing in life is more difficult :or peace-loving reep.e to
bear Stan war with all its m h;::c:
sruption of homes a:
property. V,: : nauon are in -rot
the world s most horrible war.
day more blu Btars in service Hags turn to gold as
this "
Lno, K
are carried t
membe. c: some A
S American men in uniform are tirec
end home V must
keep on. .. .
There is no c >l us but would give everything to ughten
the burden of sc -sl eh ?f\xo
... .,, [ears _. been wounded. We
mild tc ease the ; ** *)*** or
st::: the homesickness in those who must fight on.
a8 the Bjne- ran Red Cross c '- funds'
we can do oui share in light. 1 | len 0: sorrow, in
calming the fears and in easing the pain of the wounded.
je..;. ve supported the
Red Cress financially as well as by volunteei service m past
veers The ntinued wholehearted supper: is vitally needed
aurinq the coming year. Red Cross Sabbath March 16-17,
comi^q -.- Jsi of the 1945 War Fund :an will pro-
vi,0 ./. ;. portun .... f0, rabbis everywhere to urge their follow-
eis to continue support of the Red Cross.
Comme] Red Dross activities end the 1945 War Fund
ccrttpa:;::: the Central C::::.:e:.:e of American Rabbis has
issued the following stater
The Red Crc Si most a"rea.:"g phuantbiopic cause
before the Amei ma prisoners
o: war work these services cione appeal both to the re-
ligious love .: mere and riotic iove of country. May
;.::- SUcc ;: Red Cross War Fund cam-
ign demonstrate the spiritual calibei of the American people.''
n
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:
LISTEN HERE .. .
The public school system of Philadelphia will soon b
under attack for its laxity in handling anti-Semitic outrage,
committed by pupils under the very eyes of the school authori.
tics Important sections of the CIO will set up. before long,
an unprecedentedly big machinery for a nationwide campaig^
against anti-Semitism and anti-Negroism This activity will
establish new standards for aggressive afld fearless tactics,
and will have the support of a strong Christian religious leader-
ship Here's a qood decision: The Nazi-owned colony Sarona, adjacent to Tel-Aviv, was expropriated by authority
' o< the Palestine government for the erection of a municipal
hospital.
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BETH DAVID TO HOLD
CONGREGATION MEET
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evening at '
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a
RATION BOARD SAYS
NO PRICE INCREASES
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
TO MEET TUESDAY
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a boar t.-.a"
B v. E Sholem
....... lh< IT :-----II
".\:.\:-. .:.-... ... si- ting Tuesday. March
" -'"
_ A presented
>;v i iessoi
M ill re-
\..-..:. ': from I Ij
:.-.:; invited
thoug .. '

s the pulpit of T(
t :.. ...... ractice pi E i-E Fort 1 lerdale, at
increase r. it rr 1 oing
GOOD NEWS .
The liberated portion of Holland is setting a splendid er-
is regards the Jewish refugee problem ... The Nether-
lands Association for Assistance to Jewish Minors, with head-
quarters in Tilburg, is doing a great job Its mcin purposj
is to restore Jewish children to their parents if they are still
alive, or else to their nearest relatives ... If no relatives can be
found, the Association will arrange for the support and educa-
tion of the orphaned children Bravo! A cooperative
German publishing group has been established in New York
... Its purpose is to bring out good anti-Nazi books in German,
for use in German prisoners' camps in the USA primarily ...
The name of the publishing group is Aurora Verlag Among
its sponsors are Ernst Bloch, Alfred Doeblin, Lion Feuchtwanger,
: Heinrich Mann and F. C. Weiskopf.
JEWISH AFFAIRS .
Winchell is rarely wrong Last week, however, some-
body took him for a ride when he slipped him the "informa-
tion" that American Zionist leaders were at Yalta and sat in
on conferences This is the bunk An extract from the
Jewish Black Book sponsored by American, Palestine, Russian
and other United Nations Jewry is being readied for the San
Francisco Conference of the United Nations Aaron Fishman,
imaginative young attorney, is doing a bang-up one-man in- I
presario stunt that sets a new record All by himself Aaron
lines up each year, for the benefit of the Jewish Home of Con-
valescents, a Nite of Revelry at Carnegie Hall with artistic
participation surpassing that of the famous Night of Stars at
the New York United Jewish Appeal This year's mammoth
benefit takes place on March 11, with three Metropolitan Opera
j stars among the many performers ... A $150,000 fund is being
collected for a Sergeant Meyer Levin memorial ... If you feel
like contributing, send in your gift We shall be glad to
turn it over to Judge Jacob Livingston, one of the sponsors.
.THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW .
Jacob Billikopf, who probably knows more about Jewish
life in America than any other man living, calls our attention
COLLECTOR REMINDS
OF TAX DEADLINE
\v. i -Joseph D. Nul 11
Jr., 1 : Inti
nds taxpayer
t Mai '. 15 is
for filing ol I I
tax retu n fi r 1944
E Estimated Tax

t a return
. every person
(inclu 1944
-500 or more.
: d in
and pro-
; : Is. in-
ther '. I expect to
jet moi n $1 I this y. ar from
sour I v. .,_ s from
which t.;\ is withheld,
xp ct a total inc -
is of S500 or more.
A declaration must also be filed
by a wage earner who this year
expects to earn more than S5.000
plus $500 for every exemption ex-
tncome outside of wa
which tax is withheld, he
fr :v.

LAUDERDALE SERVICES M* ? declaration regardless of to an article on the Jewish community in the Philippine Islands
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cent
r..:::.;..
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1 .- at of thi
H .....scuss .'- ti-
nt Iu nd (
ANTI-JEWISH LAWS
REPEALED IN GREECE
. The article is by Leopold Kahn and was written in Manila
in 1932 Here are some interesting facts culled from Kahni
piece The year 1898 brought 500 Jewish members of UndJ
Sam's army of 60,000 to the Philippines ... In 1908 a Mr. Sin*
- Archbishop berg of Singapore donated two Torahs to the Jews of Mania
Regent of Greece, on condition that services be held regularly at least during
It that all ami- high holy days of each year When no services were held
: in 1909yandY1910 Mr. s'insberg demanded the return of 11
Torahs, which were then sent back to Singapore In ~\!
Manila boasted five Torahs, a modern synagogue that a*
S S5,000 H,d burial groun? valufd ?Qoso10u000, kmSuw5 I
early settlers intermarried ... In 1932 the Jewish popuiawi
numbered 200.
ABOUT PEOPLE ..
The Lublin government has appointed Major D.
Kahane as Chief Rabbi to the Polish army Add things m
didn't know till now: The jeweler friend of Father Flanagan.*
the film "Boys' Town" is modeled after none other *an_He^
Monsky. president of the B'nai B'rith ... The late Heuj*
Brainin, whose filth Jahrzeit was commemorated at the Carneg*
f%Ma.U. **.._:_ it .... __1___n mallW0
-.indVd
: th(
of IS
: orofes
ZIONIST CONFERENCE
HAS SESSION IN PARIS
Pans (JTA The first confer-
Zionist Laborites to
held since the liberation of
met here with 600 dele-
- in attendance. Guests in-
d Daniel Meyer, secretary
French Socialist Partv. who
brought official greetings from
rgamzation and Mme. Rene
gjum, daughter-in-law of Leon
Bium. The conference will con-
clude this evening.
Chamber Music Hall the day after Purim. was born, nirn
and became a grandfather on Purim Sylvan Joseph,
used to head the OPA in New York, is preparing l g0 ^
politics .
"Our
'Divide
Postwar Plans, Gentlemen
and Conquer for World War III
RECEPTION CENTERS
SET UP IN RUMANIA
Bucharest (JTAlFour recoD-
tion centers have been establ
n Kumania to receive several
-and Jews who are being re-
patriated from the Soviet Uk-
k :"t~:*hlclV thc Pro-German
Romanian Government called
Transr.istna.
The reoatriates. who are ex-
pected to begin arriving this
month, were deported bv the An-
tonescu Government. The renters
are located in the cities of
Ada.ncata.Reni, Herta and Ung!
He will probably be the Democratic Candida*
the Manhattan borough presidency ... A new news ser
is a-borning, we hear, with Marshall Field and James wan I
as co-fathers Howard Fast has been keeping very WjTjj
His edition of the "Selected Works of Tom Paine" has JWjJJ
published, and a new book of American folk tales is just*
ready for the presses Dla Winter is readying a dw j
her recent trip to Russia Successor of the late MJJJ
Smith as head of the executive committee of the Holy-
Renter, operated by the Catholic Charities, will probaD'Y
General Sessions Judge Jonah J. Goldstein.
WEEKLY GIGGLE .. nA>
Going around the army camps is the story that an /
can guard at a P.O.W. camp heard one German f***S3
Km ^,buddy- "Hitler told u. we'd march from C^JJ
to New York-but he didn't tell us we'd stop to pick P*""
I in Georgia on the way."


UDAY. MARCH 9, 1945
vJewisii ncrkUan
PAGE FIVE
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HEED THE NEED GIVE THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE"
ARE
YOU
to pin
on your
conscience
BLOOD
DONOR?
BLOOD BANK DEPOSITORIES:
MIAMI BEACH BLOOD BANK STATION
Located in Morris Brothers' Department Store
1261 Washington Avenue
Tuesdays-Thursdays, 9-12 Noon
The Miami Beach Blood Bank Receiving Station I 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 timeImmediate
attention is given
This Appeal Made Possible Through The Co-Operation of:
KENMORE HOTEL
1050 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
CARDOZA HOTEL
1300 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
FREDERICK HOTEL
916 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
CONGRESS HOTEL
1036 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
PARK CENTRAL HOTEL
640 Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach
CARLYLE HOTEL
1250 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
BEACH PARK HOTEL
600 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
SOUTH SEAS HOTEL
1751 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
ROSELLE HOTEL
635 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach
ST. GEORGE HOTEL
605 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
OCEANIC HOTEL
510 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
IMPERIAL HOTEL
650 Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach
GOTHAM HOTEL
702 13th St.. Miami Beach
KENT HOTEL
1131 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
Mr. Samuel G. Wanes
EDISON HOTEL
960 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
EUCLID HOTEL
320 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach
MAYFLOWER HOTEL
1702 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach
CRESCENT HOTEL
1420 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
ROYAL HOTEL
758 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
WINTERHAVEN HOTEL
1402 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
WALDORF TOWERS HOTEL
860 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL
1410 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
SHELDON HOTEL
227 7th St.. Miami Beach





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FRIDAY, MAta.l
BEACH ZIONISTS
TO HOLD DINNER
"MR. EMMANUEL"
(A Review)
From across the Atlantic Ocean,
from the British Two Cities
Studios came the timely film Mi.
Emmanuel" showing at the Lin-
coln, Miami and Capitol, March
14 15, 16. Its story is based on
the one-time best-seller by Louis
Miami Beach Zionist District
will hold a dinner April 11 at
7 p. m. at the Victor hotel, Mi-
ami Beach, with Rabbi Israel
Goldstein, president of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, as
guest-of-honor.
The dinner will mark the or-
ganization's expansion drive, in
which the Beach group is partici-
pating, and also the passing of
the one thousand mark of the
local group's membership roll.
An elaborate program is being
prepared for the evening, with
Rabbi Goldstein, principal speak-
er. Outstanding musical talent
from Philadelphia and New York
will also participate.
Rabbi Goldstein, one of the ou
standing leaders of Jewry, has I tion'of a mighty nation.
served as co-chairman of UJA and | i,, f;K,s
MISS BROTMAN TO
SING IN BAYFRONT
MRS. JACK COHEN
MEETS WITH WORKERS
Mis Jack Cohen, 1437 Meridian
Miss Ruth Brotman. VOcaUK. M Beach( a major of
(he women's division of the forth-
coming Federation drive, held a
gathering in her home last week
to make plans for the organiza-
tion of her group. Captains pre-
wrre Mrs. Lionel Carpel,
Mrs. Florence Craig, Mrs. Jennie
Solaritz, Mrs, Harry Holland and
Mrs I. G. Kobley.
':".". :::.'T"i
Chambc-.......- -
prepared for wardesperately
tried to appease Hitler at any
cost. So loud and undeniable was
the slap in the face suffered by
the British policythe proverbial
ostrich's attitude that < veil
ittee in charge.
MARKOWITZ POST
TO MEET MONDAY
w i Veterans,
The Jewish
i Britain's own subjects dwelling jjarkowitt post, will
in Germany were no longer ei .. ,, tin- al eeth David
J- joying the privileges and protec- :;,.,;,,,,,,... m ndaj even R Dr.
LEGAL NOTICES
UPA, and is rabbi of Congrega-
tion B'nai Jeshurun, the so
These unpleasant
Meunce Klein, com lander, wij.
I, ,. | m( i ling, which win
25 new ii.i mix rs to the
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ile I .i. siring i" engage
Hi, ii. tm,,us inline
I S III SINESS SERVICE ft]
r., n,i. nil t.> register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
. i' int\. Florida.
l:ii IIAUI AEHI
ANTON POTOKAR, JR.
MARX FEINBERO
\- n(.j foi Appncanta.
. i i
N.nl'i: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
mI, dead Ing to engage In
: iipki under tin- fictitious name of
tjOlM.I'H BARGAIN STORK at
(ioi'LHS, i'i..\. Intendi to reglater
Mild nai with the Clerk of the Clr-
r 1 iade County, Florida.
MBBY STERLING
1-16-23
BEACH YOUNGSTER
DIES WEDNESDAY
Seven-year-old Josef Henry
Rosman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ros-
man, 1120 Pennsylvania Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, dud Wednesday
offer any protection in Na/i-Ger- jJ ^f.^onthly motorcades f i
my' L _, j 'convalescent servicemen. This
Mr Emmanuel had wanted to W(l(,k mcn stationed at the Tower
help a poor Jewish refugee boy anii Nautilus hospitals will be
to locate his mother in Germany. 1K,^K f tne two groups, and
So he hopefully started on a ven- fowmg ,|K. tup, will be taken to
ture to that country, filled only (h(. Mlnml -y where they will
' I, served refreshments and wit-
ness a specially prepared pro-
gram.
ncss of his noble task and feeling
-rcure with his British money
shortly after he had been struck and Consular protection. His pain-1
by an automobile at Pennsylvania ful an,d bitter experiences, the crcTrRHOOD SPONSOR
Ave and 11th st onn flic nnci. uiuitiiiiiww k-** *r*jm**m
Services in charge of Gordon
Funeral home were held at 2 p.
m. Thursday, with burial in Mt.
Nebo cemetery.
many humiliations and the possi-
bility of unavoidable death which
he barely escapes by sheer co-
incidenceform the main part of
the interesting and unusual plot.
"Mr. Emmanuel" strikingly re-
OF PASSOVER SADORIM
WANTED
Middle aged Jewish woman, ob-
serving kashrus, to be companion
and do light house keeping for
middle aged woman, year round. "e wanted to do a good deed to
Phone 5-1772. 826 Pennsylvania humanity.
Ave.
Beth David sisterhood is spon-
soring Sadorim the first two eve-
nings of Passover, to be held
presents the tragedy of the "Eter- Wednesday and Thursday. March
nal Jew'' who. filled with the 2H and 29. in the auditorium. The
best intentions and overbrimming affairs will be conducted by Rab-
with love for his brethren is mis- bi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abra-
treated and offended just because ham Friedman. Since the organ-
ization can cater to only 200. those
wishing to attend are urged />
make their res< rvations early by
calling the office, 2-1473.
Titiv Mure War Bon Is.
LAND (HUN
DAIRIES
BRINGS YOU
Milk and Dairy Products
Kosher for Passover PtDS^ *\U 5
Under the Supervision and Hasgacha of
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach
RABBI SIMON APRIL
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.. Miami
Despite rigid war-time restrictions, man-power
problems and inadequate supplies, we are
pleased to again serve the Passover re-
quirements of our Jewish patrons
Phone 5-5537 Now!
To Insure Your Requirements
or order from route salesman
NOTICE IS HEREBY c.ivEN that
ralgned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
ol vi Ventures Syndicated and Mud
VI Ventures '' '7": N Miami Avenue.
Miami, Florida Intend! to register
said name with the cietk of the Cir-
ri ,.f Dade County, Florida,
.ill.i:s MARSHALL ZI88EN
MILTON \ FRIEDMAN
Vttoi ni-i for Applicant
? [6-23 .1 2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned Is engaged In busl-
neaH under tlic fictitious name of
JoHNSTBTT ECU MFG.. 107 N. K.
!>t Avenue, Miami, Florida, and In-
tend to reglstei the said fictitious
name In it.....fflce of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida.
N \T STETTNER
PETER JOHNIDES
XoTICE is HEREHY GIVEN that
Hi. undi dealt ing to engage In
nder i he fictitious name of
I'.Kl. MORRIS APARTMENT HOTEL
fil '.- \ venue, Miami Beach
Intend lei ;i.I name with the
the circuit i -..mt ,,f Dade
Florida
hi:i.l.\ OH'CK LEPKOW1TZ
I'I W.\ <: it ipERSMITH
Attorney foi Applicant
:: 9 16- 23-30 I '.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring < engage In
business under thi- fictitious name of
Edward Jolles Insurance Agency at
:i"l American National Bank Bldg.,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of th.- cir-
cuit Courl of Dade County, Florida
EDWARD JOLLES
3 9-16-23-!.....;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tb.it
Ihe undersigned, desiring to i
mdi thi fictitious name
of Rlvei di Beaut) Shop ;,t '',", Weal
r Street, Ml in I, Florida, In-
ter said name with the
Clerk of th< rin ill i .in t of i igde
Co fi
HELEN MANN
Sole Owncl
LEON KAPLAN
Attoi i fo
.-. an i s
FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN
Waterproofinq-Paintinq by
Best Mechanics
CALL 3-5091
J. C. SMITH
53 N. W. 23rd St.
co. n V: ^K*1* offljl
Florida. Intend,! to ,!''** >SI
with the Clerk i.f ih?;1""!!?
I Hide County, Florid,
By oam> .:,.
i'i bear rooSntm* I
New Jersey tv,,^"***
r sam.,.:,:.pft&r
NOTICE IS IllOP.EBTnn.
e underslK.- Of Hotel Robert, TalK"."^!
..i ninfi uoiicrf, TllMf,r. ***l
register said name w !,',. kM%\
-he Circuit Cour of nl/^H
Florida. Uadt IWl
MAX UTWDI
MORRIS i:\zpp
DIANA COOPERSMITH*
Attorney for Aiinllrant.
2/16-23 3/2-9-lf, 'M'"M(-a,"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GrrgTsmi
the undersign.-.l. ,|. .j,,.. "" business under ,l. f cK,e? J
Artistic Blabrlcs r {SV^'I
RlvarJDrive at M,..,i. fl",^d\
to reglser Kid ,,, wlth^Jjl
2/23 3/2-9-16-23 g. Rp^
.w NOTICE IS HEREBY OIYBggl
the underslitn.-d. desiring to'M
business under the fi. tltiou.-^?!l
HOWARD LIQlViR STOrTmBI
1st Avenue Intends to rl.t Jl
name with the rierk of thlfiS
Court of I>ade County, FlrMi**l
GEORGE I.EVINT
2/9-16-2J 3/2-9 "
IN COUNTY JUDGES 1
DADE COUNTY. FLORID*k
No, 1
RE: ESTATE OF FIUW .1
BATCHEUiR I >..nN W
NOTICE OP INTENTION TOL-
APPLICATION F"R FIXAl
DISCIIarce .
NOTICE Is hereby ,iv,n tktl
have filed my final report aril i
tlon for Final Discharge u Ehm
of the estate ..f FRANK M Bltl
CHEI-OR. deceased; and trutt,.
19 day of March. : M'. -j:: a-ji,,
the Honornbb- W F ltbntnn Cm
Judge of Dade County, FVrih. i
approval of said final rpnrt ull
final discharge a* Kwutrlj effa
Estate of PRANK M llATfHQIll
deceased.
This 14 dav of February ms
OBRTRCDE A HATfHEUI
Executrix of the K,ti'
FRANK M HATCHEL01
MAX R. SILVER
Attornev for Executrix.
2'16-23 3'2-9
PASSOVERS
. A TRADITION!
HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN
Matxoht
Marioh M*al
Call* Meal
Egg Matrohi
Forfl
Potato Paiicakt Mix
"'If .cere of ,.g.r.r
Pauover prod.ct, fof .
*0ce holiday siessif
"Ano's'AL'-BfiSfe. m
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUr
IN AND FOR DADE COuml
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
No 16915
in Re: ESTATE <-F Al'RA ABU|
I icce.'ised.
To All Creditors and All PersoniB
Ing Claims : Ivtnandi
Kaid Estate:
You. and each of you, art I
notified and required to l
claims and demandi which m,l
either of you, may have agataal
state of ADR A ABRAM8 (!
late of Dade County, Florida, to*
Hon. w. F. Blanton. County Jatd
Dade County, and I thesumil
office In the County CnurthaJ
Dmde County. Florida, withinjg
calendar months from the daleI
first publication h- '. S -"I
fl-mands to contali the, legal i
of the claimant and tn be anil pri-sentt'd !. r t*
will be barred S. lion 12*Ofi
19.1.1 IM-obati- Ad
I >ate Pebruan A n ih.
THOMAS JOSEPH r.VB)J
As Bxecutoi of n '. jyjr
Testament of ADRA ABR
I ic.c:is..,l
MAX It. SILVER
Attornev for Bx< 'Utor.
1 23 3'2-9-16 ^^^___
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COWj
IN AND FOR DADE COU*"
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re: ESTATE'oP ROBBRT^
lace wniin. r> -'.
NOTICE TO .'i:i:i>lT0R> .
To All C-.-Mtors ami Ml P'-rsor'taj
Ing Claims or nemandl *"
Raid Estate: .
Tou, ami each of you, arei
otifie,| and required to i'""*'.
claims and demands which >
Ither of von mai have """SJ
satate of ROBERT "AU*< '*!
d.cased lat.- of DADEf^JjKJ
Ida, to the Hon. W F. ," V,'
Countv Judge of I >;"! f'""':
file the same In hi- ""''%-
Countv Courthouse In Part' "
Florida, within eight calendar t-
from the date of the first P"""
hereof. Said claims or demand*"
tain the legal address "f the ".,
and to be sworn to ind Pr_"'|T|
aforesaid, or same wlllJW Mow .
Section 120 of the 1M3 f^0 .
I>nte February Dl A,, 'iVP.
WALLACE l'K'I\\fmi.
As Executor of t'"'*!'-".!]
Testament of ROBERT
LACE WOOD. I>eoeased
MAX R SILVER.
Attornev for Executor.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION r*
TAX DEED .
Chipter 20-22-Acts of <'
File A *<" vFN .1
NOTICE IS HEREBY "'^vsfl
Mae Mahody holder of XgTgBlgT
Miami Tax Certificate N^ '.^ gj
the 6th day of July. A ^.giL
filed same In my office. .''"Sgyl
application for a tax <"ed t' g|
thereon. Said CertlflcaM 'm% |
fallowing described Prnp'S-(g,l
County of Dade. State of rs-
ford Highlands. Second -^'"T,,n|
Rook Pace 103. In the^ 0
North Miami. County of i
of Florida ^..i pftM
The assessment of ",.. ill
under the -aid certlfl''l w *
tin me of: r. B. CrumP *r
Cnles, said cerHflea ,tL\,f
deemed according to ^ &'.
erty described therein '',, l
the highest bidder at <"'.. ,y *2I
door on the first M'-nda* '" jo* *l
of April. 19. which l I
of April. 1945. VUgSgM
Clerk of Circuit Coun-
County. Florid*-
(Circuit Court %HxaoS. C I
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)AY, MARCH 9, 1945
'Jenisti/torMian
PAGE SEVEN
TER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
qi the Jewieh Weliare Board ______Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service,
SERVICE
PARADE!
ROBERT RICHTER
HLLED FACTION
Robert Richter has been
h in action in the Philippines.
- i the Dar depart-
ment notified his
parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph A.
Richter, 4666 N.
Bay Rd., Miami
Beach, Thursday.
Lt. Richter. a
; member of the
firm of the Rich-
ter Jewelry Co.
before he entered
the Army as a
ban four years ago, had
t, in the South Pacific with
(infantry division, seeing ac-
i at Guadalcanal and Bougain-
!id before the drive on
Philippines began.
_n addition to his parents, he
Eiivivid by his wife, Mrs. Ar-
il Richter, and a son, Scott
tan Richter, whom ,he never
I; -two brothers, -iAlvin 'C..' en
|te home on a Navy furlough
m Norfolk, Va., and Dan M.,
entlv released from the Navy,
jister, Miss Shirley Richter. is
Miami.
Lt. Harry Touby, son of Mr. and
fe, Louis Touby, 669 N. W.
jhth St., graduate of University
[Florida, is assistant aircraft
lintenance officer at Lakeland
nv air field.
Flight Officer Kenneth Mark
yerson is home on leave visit-
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
JMeyerson, 622 15th St., Miami
IbcI alter his recent gradua-
In from the AAF bombardier
tool at Carlsbad. N. W.
J>vt. Harold P. Edelstein, son
[Mi. and Mrs. Henry Edlestein,
\. E. 79th St., Miami, was
ently awarded the Good Con-
let Medal for service with the
ih Armored division of the
\\< nth army in France.
Pvt. Edelstein has been in the
my since July, 1943, and has
en serving in France with the,
rth Armored division's 500th
Snored Field Artillery battalion
See October, 1944.
Having recovered from wounds
Iffered Dec. 19 in action in Ger-
anv. Pvt. Harry Polance, 36,
S. W. 13th Ave., has been re-
Bstd from a hospital in Eng-
jid for further duty.
[Member of an infantry init,
le Miamian was struck by a
lortai shell. His wife, Mrs. Re-
tcea Polance, lives at the home
Idress. He entered the service
May. 1943.
PVT. ED. ABRAMS
WRITES HIS FATHER
[Jacob K. Kunkel, 776 N. W.
Ith St., promoted to technical
Iryiant in the Philippines, where
f serves with an AAF service
pmand unit. Graduate of Mi-
ni Senior High school, he has
pen overseas 19 months.
'iic (1 for making hazardous vol-
ntary flights in the interest of
ivancement of aviation medi-
ne, Lt. Ralph E. Kirsch. Miami,
fecently received a letter of com-
mendation at the Naval Air Sta-
on at 1'ensacola.
[As a flight surgeon attached"
a photographic squadron op-
fating in the Pacific area. Lt.
(.lrsch made valuable observa-
ons under fire, and by special
phniques of his own devising,
emonstrated the important phy-
lologieal changes brought about
b such flight circumstances, the
ptation said.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Mrsch, 1260 Collins Ave.. Miami
Peach, Lt. Kirsch saw action in
ne Marshall islands, at Guam
nd at Saipan. His wife is the
ormer Barbara Finestone, Safety
larbor.
Capt. Maurice OroVits, 27,
?warded the Bronze Star for ac-
pn on D-day in France, visited
I's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
p-ovitz. 1340 Collins Ave.. Mi-
ni Beach, on a 15-day leave.
e served 31 months in the Euro-
lean area as an AAF flight con-
Tol officer.
Attached to a troop carrier
t'ng, he served in England,
franco, Belgium, Italy and Af-
r,a: wears the ETO ribbon with
}en battle stars. He expects to
^iurn to overseas duty.
Dr. Marc U. Abrams, 1605
Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, re-
ceived a letter from his son Ed-
ward. A private, the boy entered
the service last April and has
been overseas for six months. He
has been wounded twicethe
first time on D-Day in France.
A cousin, A. Paetro, 1242 Drexel
Ave., Miami Beach, forwarded
the letter to the Service Page
and it is reprinted below.
Belgium, Sunday, Feb. 11.
Dearest Momsie & Pop:
Will try to make this letter a
continuation of mine of the night
before last. You will recall 'that
I made mention at that time of
my hopes of finding a restaurant
where my friends and I could
satiate our appetites for steak.
Immediately after I mailed that
note we went out and afer dili-
gen. inquiries and search we lo-
cated just what we were looking
for. Not only did we order steaks
and frenchies; but also "fresh
eggs," thp first I've had since
arriving on this side of the ocean.
I can't begin to describe to you
how I embellished each luscious
bite of the eggs with expressions
of sheer ecstacy. We ordered over
again and although it cost us a
small fortune, we had our long-
sought for dishes. Gosh, those
eggs were like passports to
Heaventhat's how good they
tasted, not to mention the steak.
To give you an idea of what food
costs here, a small steak dinner
costs 90 francs ($2.05) and two
eggs 40 francs (85c). But we don't
bother about costs over here.
I must relate an incident that
occurred yesterday which I know
will delight you. While walking
downtown on my way to the G.I.
movie with three friends, I was
suddenly accosted by a civilian
who walked up to me and asked
me if I spoke Jewish (he asked
me in Jewish). The surprise with
which I was struck held me
speechless for a moment, but
when I recovered I went into a
lengthy conversation with him.
You can imagine how pleased I
was to find one of our own race
still alive after all the years of
German occupation. He was a
most charming chap, a bit ragged,
but most insistent that I come
over to his house today for a
good old fashioned Jewish meal,
including potatoe "latkas." I went
to his house at noon today and
he and his wife and 13 year old
son treated me to a grand feast
of pickled herring and onions,
chicken soup with noodles, meat,
mashed potatoes, and carrots,
apple sauce, bread and tea. Know-
ing food conditions here, I bet
they must have spent a month's
ration points for that meal, but
you know how futile are protests
to our people in the face of their
determination to treat their own
sumptuously no matter how hard
their lot may be. After dinner
we spoke for quite a few hours
and I learned their whole said
history. We conversed all in Ger-
man or Yiddish, as I couldn't be-
gin to cope with their French.
They both originally came from
Poland 15 years ago and settled
here, where he set up a nice,
small business. When the German
came in, naturally they lost
everything and were only alive
today through the kindness and
generosity of friends who hid
them from the Heinies. At pre-
sent, they say there are only
three Jewish families left in this
sizeable town. They eke out a
meagre existence now. Today the
husband and son went down to
visit the U. S. Army chaplain
(Jewish), and were most excited
as it was the first time in almost
five years that they had been
able to have the benefit of a
rabbi. We really conversed for
three hours and covered almost
Leonard R. Cohen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Cohen, 940 Jef-
ferson Ave., promoted to ser-
geant at an Eighth AAF B-24
station in England, where he is
repair and maintenance man.
Irwin L. Alper. 1614 Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach, has been pro-
moted to corporal at Great Falls,
Mont., where he is on duty with
the Seventh Ferrying Group.
REGISTRATION BOOKS
TO OPEN MARCH 12
MARCIE COVERMAN
RECEIVES CITATION
Mrs. Marcie Coverman has re-
ceived a copy of the citation
awarded her husband, Pfc. Hy
Coverman, now in France an-
nouncing also the award of a
bronze Oak Leaf Cluster for wear
with the Bronze Star previously
received. Mrs. Coverman is now
residing with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Adelman, of
1421 N. W. 1st St.
The citation reads: "Private
First Class Hyman D. Coverman,
32196529, 120th Infantry Regi-
ment, United States Army, is
awarded a bronze Oak Leaf Clus-*
ter, for wear with the Bronze
Star previously awarded, for
heroic achievement in action on
28 November 1944, in Germany.
Private Coverman distinguished
himself as a member of an am-
munition and pioneer platoon dur-
ing an attack on an enemy held
town. After the town "had been
partially captured, Private Cover-
man and other members of his
platoon were assigned the mission
of laying mines on the bridge
which spanned a river on the out-
skirts of the town. Before the
bridge could be reached, enemy
fire became so severe that every
man was ordered to stay under
cover. However, in spite of this
fire, Private Coverman and his
comrades went out under cover
of darkness and successfully ac-
complished their mission of lay-
ing mines. The courage and de-
termination displayed by Private
Coverman on. this occasion were
an outstanding example of devo-
tion to duty, and reflect high
credit on himself and the Armed
Forces."
Registration books for the com-
ing city commission election will
be opened March 12 at the city
hall, City Clerk Frank J. Kelly
said Wednesday.
Registration and election dates
follow:
March 12 to 24registration in
progress at city hall.
March 17last day for candi-
dates to qualify.
March 27 to 31registration
books open in precincts.
April 4 to 10 registration
books reopened at city hall.
April 16 to 27absentee ballots
may be cast in clerk's office.
May 1primary election.
May 8regular election.
May 10commissioners take
office at noon.
MISS DE KOVEN NEW
HEAD OF GIRLS
who
AJC BOARD MEETS
WITH MRS. SHERRY
Executive board of the Wom-
en's Division, American Jewish
Congress, met March 2 at the
home of Mrs. Benjamin Sherry.
Guest of honor was Mrs. Stephen
S. Wise, national president of the
organization.
It was announced that 417 per-
sons attended the annual Victory
Donor Luncheon at the Latin
Quarter.
Mrs. Joseph Rose, chairman of
the luncheon, was assisted by
Mrs. A. E. Wolfe, co-chairman.
Miss Mitzi DeKoven,
was recently in-
stalled as presi-
dent of the new-r-
ly organized
chapter of B'nai
B'rith Girls at a
meeting in the 3
home of Missj
Nancy Russack.l
903 W. 46th St.,1
Miami Beach.j
Miss DeKovenl
announced plansj
for the ensuing'
year are now in
the process ofj^.
formation.
PIONEER WOMEN TO
HOLD DONOR DINNER
Pioneer Women of Greater Mi-
ami have completed arrange-
ments for their sixth annual
donor dinner to be held Sunday,
March 18. at 6:30 p. m. in the
Beth David auditorium. A musi-
cal program will be presented,
featuring Miss Ruth Brotman and
Cantor Abraham Friedman. Rab-
bi Max Shapiro and Mrs. Miriam
Gingold of Chicago will speak.
Mrs. Henry Seitlin is chairman
of the affair. Reservations may
be secured by calling 2-3947 or
4-4034.
Dr. Irving Alberts, formerly a
practising physician at 1456 Wash-
ington Ave., now is a major in
the army medical corps at
Rheims, France. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alberts,
1037 Michigan Ave.
His two sisters, Mrs. Neal Ma-
goon and Mrs. Sonia Heiden, also
live here. There is another son
who is a sergeant on duty as a
meteorologist in Panama.
Private Harriet Lillian Kletsky.
daughter of Mrs. Sadie Kletsky,
1017 Jefferson Ave., who has been
stationed at the third training
center of the WAC at Fort Ogje-
thorpe, Ga has been assigned
to 272 AAF base unit at Topeka,
Kan.
Miss Phyllis A. Kohn. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kohn, 600 W.
45th St., Miami Beach, enlisted
recently in the WAC. A graduate
of Miami Beach high school, she
has been employed by the army
for the past few months.
Gerald L. Gerstein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris J. Gerstein. 2321
S. W. 21st St., has been commis-
sioned as ensign, after having suc-
cessfully completed V-18 train-
ing at Notre Dame Navy Mid-
shipman school, and, previously,
at the University of Miami and
University of North Carolina. He
will go to Great Lakes Training
Station for a one week induction
course, and thereafter will be
stationed at the U. S. Navy Line
Duty school at Hollywood, Fla.
Ensign Gerstein attended Miami
Senior high school and Gordon
Military school at Barnesville,
Ga. _________
everything. I talked about all of
vou and showed them your pic-
tures. I left as I had to get back
for chow and promised them to
return in a day or so, should I
still be here.
Am feeling fine and my spirits
and morale are high; perhaps in
anticipation of reading your let-
ters again very soon. Had a de-
lightful hot shower today and
that made me feel like a new
man again. Expect to be on my
way any day now for the remain-
ing trip back to the outfit.
That all for now. folks, so will
close with loads of love and kisses
to you both.
Your loving son.
You cant quit now! You
must continue to buy Bonda. and
More Bonds I
PALESTINE MAN GUEST
AT NORMANDY HOTEL
David Zeitani, representative of
the League for Religious Labor
of Palestine is spending two
weeks as a guest at the Nor-
mandy Hotel, Miami Beach, prior
to returning to Palestine.
Mr. Zeitani will be happy to
meet with anyone desiring in-
formation regarding Palestine or
wishing to transmit messages to
their families there.
He will address a gathering and
concert sponsored by a group
of Northern friends of the League
Sunday evening, March 14, at 8
p. m. at the Alamac hotel. Artists
will be presented for the musical
portion of the program.
MANHATTAN BOTTLES
PASSOVER WINE
Manhattan Distributors an-
nounce that they have made pro-
visions for the local bottling of
Passover wine, which will this
year be under the supervision of
Rabbis Simon April and Moses
Mescheloff, both of whom are
giving their services to the com-
pany without charge. The rabbis
stated they are so doing to in-
sure sufficient Passover wine for
the area.
DAIRY PROVIDES
MILK FOR PASSOVER
Land-O-Sun Dairies announce
they will provide Passover milk
to their many customers this
year, under the supervision of
Rabbis Moses Mescheloff and
Simon April. E. C. Fogg, presi-
dent of the dairy, stated that
after being unable last year to
provide his Jewish patronage
with this service because of war
conditions, he will this year, de-
spite the many difficulties in-
volved, be proud to again insure
the Jewish community of Kosher
Passover dairy products.
Rabbis Mescheloff and April
are giving their supervision to
the dairy without charge, Mr.
Fogg stated.
SALONICA REDUCED
TO 543 POPULATION
Salonica (JTA)Three-and-a-
half years of German occupation
reduced the Jewish community of
this city from 50J100 to 543 and
resulted in the confiscation and
destruction of millions of dollars
worth of Jewish property, accord-
ing to a survey by a special cor-
respondent of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency.
The Nazi new order for Jews
terrorism, intimidation, sadistic
persecution vandalism, improver-
ishment, slave labor and extermi-
nationoperated with clock-lUte
perfection against the ancient
Jewish community of Salonica.
TWO ORGANIZATIONS
PARTICIPATE IN TALKS
Willingness to participate in
an informal conference to con-
sider the formulation of a unified
Jewish post-war program has
been expressed by the Jewish
Labor Committee and the Agudas
Israel of America.
USSR JEWS TO JOIN
IN WORLD FAST DAY
Jerusalem (JTA)For the first
time since the Soviet Revolution,
the Jews of the USSR will join
world Jewry in a fast day pro-
claimed by the Palestine Rab-
binate.
At a rabbinical conclave held
here on Monday under the aus-
pices of the Chief Rabbinate, it
was announced that a telegram
has been received from the Mos-
cow Orthodox Jewish Communi-
ty stating that it will proclaim
March 14 as a Jewish Fast Day,
thereby joining the Jews of the
rest of the world in commemorat-
ing the memory of the Jewish
communities annihilated by the
Germans and of the millions of
Jews massacred by them.
JEWISH PROPERTY
IS TO BE RETURNED
Sofia (JTA)The Official Ga-
zette published this week-end a
law which provides for the return
of confiscated Jewish property
and for the annulment of all
anti-Jewish regulations.
Under the new law, compensa-
tion amounting to thirty million
levasapproximately $375,000
will be paid for goods which can-
not be returned. All land, ex-
cepting that upon which Bul-
garian peasants have settled, will
be returned to the former Jewish
owners. Compensation on the
basis of land prices of two years
ago will be paid for unreturned
land. Rent collected by the gov-
ernment from confiscated Jewish
houses will be refunded to the
owners. Compulsory sales by
Jews of stocks and bonds are con-
sidered void.
ELIMINATE RACE AND
RELIGIOUS QUESTIONS
New York (JTA)Supreme
Court Justice Meier Steinbrink.
chairman of the Board of Di-
rectors of the Eastern Region of
the Anti-Defamation League, this
week made public an exchange
of letters between Chancellor
Harry Woodburn Chase of New
York University and himself, in
which Chancellor Chase declared
that all questions regarding re-
ligion and nationality would
henceforth be eliminated from ap-
plications for admission to New
York University.
HEADUARTERS ARE
CHANGED TO WARSAW
Lublin (JTA)The Central
Committee of the Jews of Poland,
which is headed by the noted
Zionist leader Dr. Emil Sommer-
stein, will shortly transfer its
headquarters to Warsaw, it was
announced here. The committee
has been functioning in Lublin
for several months.
Two Jewish partisan, leaders,
veterans of the battle of Warsaw
ghetto, arrived here this week
to discuss establishment of poli-
tical and social organizations for
the surviving Jews in Poland.
They are Prof. M. Sachs and
Sholem Grajek, who were the re-
presentatives of the Poale Zion
party on the underground Jewish
National Committee.

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A. I. C. WOMEN TO
HONOR DEMISE
n e Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress is
..,, Dr. and Mr*.Stephen
s wise, with a brunch Friday,
The program will start prompt-
A a. m. to be followed by
erved in the patio
M, .; Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Mrs 1 M Weinstein. director ot
tion of this chapter, will m-
the two speaker*. Dr.
Mrs Stephen S. Wise.
ol the "Friday Re-
will follow. Mrs. I. M.
W tern will review two books
un Japan, What To Do With
, Wilfred Fleisher and
I Lattimore's -Solution in
\ Subscribers of the "Friday
and friends are invited
ttend.
Coi in charge of this
Mrs. Max Mciscl. mem-
man, assisted by
A thur Treister, Jos-
Ark n. The committee on
.:. i table decorations
Mi lames Arthur Klein.
, Kimball, Martha Maurer.
Harry Miller. Bert
:. a Wolk, Daniel Broad,
rjj, Phillip Salmon.
Cohen, Louis Glasser, A.
I v, : Thi I re Firestone and
S. H. LuU
IM rUGDSLIll
Belgrade (JTA.-Less jw.
per cent of the 75,000 JewsJ*
lived in Yugoslavia before |Z
war are now alive th ..
spondent of the Jewish^
graphic Agency was toldhvS"
cons
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ers"of the" Jc'w.s^comminlhi
sssfts^r h,s *
The Jewish leaders
lat there are at present nnm2
than 7,000 Jews in all 0l Y*
Keep on buvlng War Bonds.
AJC. TO GIVE CONCERT .
S'athar. Ber- _...... In yment. 1
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N'athai Hclrr.an. ., nvicu-d
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LIQUID ROACH TRAP
K"-pi the home free
from every size and
variety of Reach.
Guaranteed
No poisonNo Muss
I iPL V At YOUR DRUG STORE
or two pos'paid SI 08
Roach Trap Co., Ft. Smith. Ark.
that there are at present nn.
than 7,000 Jews in all 0f vS*
slavia. They cautiously addedtE
it is impossible tn know theM
number of survivors, since T.\
assumed that some of thermal
still "be scatter, d throucS
Eastern EuroDe. ^
Some of the surviving Jemi
Yugoslavia hope to emigrate*
Palestine, but in the absence i\
transportation facilities and ikl
preoccupation with ridding tW
country of the Germans, the isal
is not being raised. Most Jen
here, however, wish to remains!
Yugoslavia and participate in lb
upbuilding of the country.
country.
The surviving Jews have btal
guaranteed the same rights asill
citizens of Yugoslavia under J
decree of the Nati< nal LiberatbiI
Committee although the problesl
of property restoration is still bM
ing worked out. Jews are anil
in government positions and il
Jew, Moshe Piade. is vice-Drop I
dent of the Provisional Parl|
ment.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MAX
ROSEN VIOLINIST
SUNDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 11th, AT 4:30 P. M.
Miarr.i Ser.icr High School. 2400 West Fiagler Street
Tickets 2.40 !.80 SI.20
At University of Miarr.iRocm 233
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In Ti ntor. pital I New
Jei rai
: support-

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this week
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Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MARY SCHRERNICX |MHMitatrre
Salzman spent the
weekend here with his mother.
Mrs, Dora Salzman, 1702 Lake
I i fore returning to his post
at Fort Pierce.
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
MONTHLY MEETING
OF SENIOR HADASSAH
eel inc of the
M ter of Senior rl
sah v ill eld Monday, March
12 at 2 i n in the Edwards
53 C :: Ave. Miami
An ntei sting pi
I ianni d with Mrs.
Si n S Wisi as guest spi
Sgt. Sidney Dubbin, with the
infantrv at Fort Meade. Md.. is
spending a 10-day furlough with
his : an nts, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
A. Dubbin. 1601 Florida Ave. Sgt.
Dubbin is a machine gunner sec-
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I a lg.
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tor Washington, D. C. after
spending a vacation here with
her parent
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night services at Congreeaual
Beth El last week, installationdl
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with J. H. Lesser as installin|
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Helen Greenspan, of Newark!
N. J., is visiting at the homed]
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+Jewish flcriditon
PAGE NINE
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
PJthicJkly, QonpienUai
3y PHINEAS I. BIRON-
Face Facts
George J. Talianoff
Executive Director A.D.L.
kvDOWN. .
Here is the lowdown on Isreaele Zolli, former "chief rabbi"
lome, who recently became a convert to Catholicism and
qed his name to Eugenio Maria This is not the first
that Zolli has changed his name Originally, before
ame to Italy, his name was Zoller ... At that time he was
bbi in Austria, and was known as a passionate Austrian
iot As for the title "chief rabbi"he assumed that him-
without the formality of a rabbinical election Recently
|e members of his congregation openly accused him of hav-
been too friendly with the Fascists in Rome These
raes were, as a matter of fact, about to be brought to the
ilic attention when Zolli renounced Judaism His con-
iion is said to be part of a deal with the Vatican, the idea
,q to provide evidence of Roman Jewry's gratitude to the
,can for its protection during the Fascist regime This,
ever, is ridiculous, because the anti-Fascist Jewish com-
ity of Rome has regarded Zolli.as a quisling for quite some
And, incidentally, Prof. A. S, Yahuda, the great scholar,
, is now in this country, tells us that scholarly circles never
e Zolli serious consideration.
.ESTINE QUESTION ..
Flash! ... Be prepared for conflicting reports on the Roose-
|-Churchill meeting in the Middle East and Roosevelt's in-
riew with King Ibn Saud Various Zionist factions will
irpret the news in contradictory ways, each claiming to
e the inside dope The truth is that nothing authoritative
be known on whether Roosevelt took up the Jewish Pales-
problem until Secretary of State Stettinius will receive,
ie time in the near future, a delegation of representatives
ie Zionist Emergency Council ... A number of correspond-
want an answer to this question: How come that, at the
convention last November, Palestinian Poale Zionist lead-
Mereminsky, who has been in this country for some time,
i his influence to eliminate reference to the Palestine reso-
,n introduced in Congress from the resolution adopted by
AFL convention in favor of Palestine? The Poale Zion
y was at the time committed to support the Congress reso-
lon We don't know the answer either.
, GIVE YOU .
A tip to the postal authorities: R. W. Byerley, Post Office
, 1344, Chattanooga, Tenn., is mailing out open postcards
;ing white Christian American citizens to join a secret society
1 stands for white supremacy in this country The card
s an anti-Negro and anti-Jewish program, and to insure a
impt reply it has a self-addressed return postal attached.
fARSAW ECHOES ...
We hope that some organization will sponsor the great
phonic poem on the Warsaw Ghetto just completed by
Morgenstern, the composer, and Harry Granick, the
Iter .*. We heard it at Meyer Weisgal's home the other
|ht, and were terrifically impressed Before long you will
able to get, in your favorite book store, "No Traveler Re-
-is," by Henry Shoskes This volume tells the inside story
[life in the Warsaw Ghetto during the Nazi occupation.
U SHOULD KNOW .
Herbert C. Pell, who was forced to quit as U. S. representa-
on the United Nations War Crimes Commission because
ingress refused to provide the S30.000 budget which his
Cities would have required, may still return to his post if
>lic opinion will insist that he is the man Senator Harley
Kilgore of West Virginia told us the other evening that Pell
1 committed a grave errorexplaining, with a smile, that
'ell had asked for thirty millions dollars instead of thirty
lusand he might have gotten it.
^OUT PEOPLE ... _,
Saul Lokier, former secretary of the Mexico City B nai
Kth Lodge, is now a student at the Jewish Theological Senu-
y of America, and upon his graduation will be the first
erican-trained rabbi to serve a congregation in Mexico .
J B'nai B'rith is underwriting his training Congratulations
Harry D. Henshel, member of the board of directors of the
iw York YMHA, on attaining the rank of lieutenant-colonel
Henshel distinguished himself in the fighting on the West-
front Claudy Nordau-Gruenblat, fourteen-year-old
-nddaughter of Max Nordau, is becoming a favorite poetess
New York City's own radio station, WNYC, over which her
ems have been recited as a Sunday morning message .
mry Levy, astute publicity director, is assuming full charge
the public relations department of the National Council of
vish Women this month Hank used to be publicity di-
:tor of the American Jewish Committee.
ISHING TOUCH ...
No doubt you recall that story of the Christmas Eve mass
Id on a Pacific island at which a Marinewe believe it was
ney Rossprovided organ music by playing the only song
knew, "Yiddishe Mama" Now Winchell tells us that a
ng tag-line to that story has been provided by Monsignor
ton J. Sheen, who points out that since the mother of Jesus
a Jewess the song was most appropriate.______________
Rev. William C. Dernan. Di-
rector of the Christian Institute,
for American Democracy tells a
heart warming story about three
boys who grew up in the same
country, went to the same school,
played on the same football team
and died in the same war for
a common cause.
Their names were Kehoe, Fos-
ter and Rossone a Catholic, one
a Protestant, one a Jew. The
Daily Evening Item of Lynn,
Mass., which reports their story,
says that they were inseparable
friends during their days at
Swampscott High School where
all thres of them distinguished
themselves on the football team.
Swampscott had a great team
in the fall of 1939, due in large
measure to the fact that Kehoe.
Foster and Ross played on it.
1939 was a fateful year. Hitler
marched into Poland in the fall
of that yearduring the verv
days when Kehoe, Foster and
Ross were making football his-
tory at Swampscott. The war
then seemed far off to most
Americans. Perhaps, it seemed
far off to these three boys. too.
Who knows?
But. if the war seemed far off.
the reality of democracy was
very close to them. On the ath-
letic field of an American high
school they were learning what
democracy means. They were not
of the same religious faith. But
no one seemed to think that that
made any difference to the part
each one of them played in giv-
ing Swampscott a great football
team in the fall of 1939when
Hitler, who persecuted Jews.
Protestants. and Catholics,
marched into Poland.
Strange thing, isn't it? If
Swampscott in 1939 was going to
have the best football team at
its command, it would have to
use the talents of a Catholic boy,
a Protestant boy. and a Jewish
boy. Strange thing, isn't it? If
America in 1944 was to have a
strong army to defend and to
preserve democracy against the
Nazis and the Japanese, who are
committed to its destruction, it
would have to be an army of
Catholics, Protestans and Jews.
But not strange at all when
you come to think of it. For
America is not a country for the
people of one race or one re-
ligion. America is a country for
mankind.
Do we understand this truth
yet? How can anyone, facing the
facts, condemn Catholics, or
Protestants, or Jewsor raise the
voice of slander against them?
The point is that no one can
who faces the facts?
CHAIRMAN QUITS ON
ACCOUNT ILL HEALTH
London (JTA)One of the rea-
! sons behind Sir Cecil Hurst's re-
signation as chairman of the
! United Nations War Crimes Com-
mission, which has been official-
ly attributed to ill health, is the
failure of the British Government
to support the commission's re-
quest that its scope be extended
to include crimes committed by
the enemy against its own na-
tionals, particularly German and
Hungarian Jews, the London
press says.
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FRIDAY. MARCH.
Notes Of
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SAM SILVER
Athletic Director
Milton Friedman, chairman ot
the Athletic Committee, an-
nounces that Steven P. Heifer.
Spccialist-A-3 c, U. S. Navy. Will
assist with the athletic program
at the "Y," as soon as the build-
ing and athletic field are com-
pleted. Special attention will be
given to classes for men and wo-
men in calisthenics, volleyball,
badminton, tennis, handball, box-
ing and other sports. Intra-mural
teams will be organized and de-
tails will be given in subsequent
issues of this column.
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education. While attending school
he starred in track, basketball and
tennis. He is a graduate of De
Paul University Law School and
1 practiced law for ten years in
:Rochelle. 111., before going into
service. He was secretary of ln-
! dustrial League of Rochelle for
softball. basketball, baseball and
bowling. He was umpire-m-chiel
for the Reck River Valley Soft-
1 ball League and was chairman of
: Advancement Committee of Boy
! Scouts for live years, covering
six counties in Illinois.
Presently Heifer is teaching
swimming, calisthenics and I
for the Navy and in addition.
plays n the Navy League volley-
ball team.
Sports Rally March 21
On W Ini If evi ninj?. March
21. the Atl lei Coi
"Y" will nsor a S
will I s i bouts, thr
the ci urt< if the United 8 i l
Navy and a Judo exhibition by
a member of the United States
NpVlans will be made for the Dia-
lCAll persons are invited. There
is no admission.
Tri Beta Tropical Dance
The XTi Beta Council of the
YM & Y.W.H.A. invite a 1 teen-
I Men to the Tri Beta Tropical
; Dance to be held at the -Y on
Sunday evening. March 11. a
; 8 o'clock. A fine orchestraiwil
'render the music and refresn-
1 ments will be served. There is no
j admission.
Youth Sedar
Leon Kaplan, chairman of the
1 Youtli Committee, announces that
the Annual "Y" Youth Sedar Mill
be held at the Town "\ on Sun-
day eveninK, March 25.
o'clock. The entire Sedai cere-
mony will be observed and con-
ducted by the voungsters undci
the supervision of a Rabbi. Din-
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Those desiring to attend are re-
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In view of the fact that there
have been violations in the tradi-
tional practice of circumcision in
ur community, and our repeated
requests for a cessation of these
Practices have been unheeded, we
make known to our community
c Declaration of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada:
Reports have come to us of
recent times of the use of a
clamp by mohalim for the pur-
pose of circumcision.
We have set up a special Rab-
binical Court to study this clamp
and its use. and to find whether
it mav he used in accordance
with Jewish tradition for the pur-
pose of "Iiriss Milah.
After careful study this court
has decided that it is forbidden
to use this Gomko clamp for
Jewish circumcisions, and has
condemned in strongest terms
mohalim who have dared
to make use Of it. and has pro-
claimed such Mohalim who will
continue to make use of this
after this announcement as
bk and unreliable.
Mi re than that, the use of this
on the Sabbath is a
liti Chillul Shabboss.
We ask of all parents not to
, prmil thi to be fooled
mod* in" mohalim,
i |y to destroy the
v ol the Jewish "Briss
Milah."
.- ::; circumcision is one of
l of our existence,
ft j -.:., mosl serious com-
- whose violation is
with spiritual death,
c mmandment in ac-
re With the requirements
ih and ensure your and
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Signed
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and 1) Leventhal,
Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
the United States and Canada
We, the undersigned, agree
v with the findings and
the decision of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis In this matter
and urgi all prospective parents
to bear it in mind in the selec-
:. of a mohel.
Signed
Rabbis Moses Mcscheloff
Simon April
Max Shapiro
living Lchrman.
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The tea was at the !>l
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Mrs. Goodman and Mrs AuM
Stratton as sponsors "M
The highlight of the ,<, I
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Mrs Irma Lindheim.
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next meeting
The
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o'clock at the Beach Y It, I
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LUBLIN CHILDREN ARE
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ment camp in Eritrea have been
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PAGE TWELVE
_DAY, MARCH 9,
These Workers Lead B nai Brith Drive
Leaders in the Can:pc:
members required to ccr.du
ere: Marx Feir.be:e co-cha
Miami Beach division; Ri
League, who addressed 115
which launched '.he drive;
ver aer.eral membership
Set* Sholem lodge 5r.:: B'rith to enrol! LOOT new
to exTensive war se:v.:e programs. Kclured. left to right
I-------,: .--e v ,-. divigjon; Judge Kenneth 0. -iard E Gutstadl national director of the Anti-Defamation
campaign workers a: a dinner meeting at the Urmey hotel
Alex'Cchen cochairmaii of the Miami division, and Sam Sil-
n The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
. mnounoed throush Greater
,tion are.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
i-j srg
\ ih fiach Elementar) B- hop]
m Rabb. Leon
Kronilh l""'"11
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Frlda) evening s.ivl.e*
. mornlm sen -
. Rabbi Mom Mel-
cheioff will ,M| n "f ,u'"'
, her and son
will take pi
......nunlty building.
eryli at 10 a.
will deliver the
-..-... b. m
.. : Rabbi ana Mrs,
held at B:M a. m.
In lebralloo or

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it not dea w ith
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thi C msultative As-
mulRation.
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how* ver.
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egislal :
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
. el at VI i
: !'. Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Abraham Friedman will of-
Rabui Jacob Sodden, nui'M
i-. "The Character
- \|. vemenL" Following
. Mr W lllam I.itt will be
. eptlon in the audl-
mmemnratlon of the
Sabbath, Parsnas
Ftahbl Max Shapiro will
\\. Mai h Forward." Junior
m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N.
E ,3th st. I- 11) I sen et al
Ribbi Saul Appelbaum will
. R Tl al li- ard FYee-
l bv the
follow l he mi < li M
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1 i im will dlaeuM

MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM.
MUN TV CENTER. Conservative. 1415
Euclid Ave. Miami Beach. KabbalaS
Pi da) evening,
5 p. m
Loun Niier.
T< Do With Qer-
Cantor Emanuel Barkan anil
hai .-
. al .i m Rabbi
rving Lehrman \\ill preach on the
,1 the i-
-,;. m io a. m Bible
laxf oe held al p m. Mir., ha
ti follow,
mine at 8:15 a, m.
..- al m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Av| -
pvenlns Ice at 6tJ0 p in.
nomine* aervlci in
will be Rabbi Jacob
Soflden. who
> p. m.,
.-'..- s haarel
ll i:,4."> S. W :!n!
Si i" ev< nervlcei al l:4S
- i .,r
10 I1' a.
thi rs. The
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- Rabbi Simon April 111 speak
" Week Scl
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OBITUARiEs
m MRS.BELLA
late Bholom s. hut,, T* d
Ralph BchUftai ""1 ">
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iii dlrectoi In 'n iturdai Bha cam. n.-r* u\F'- 5
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erldlanAv, v B '; l?
Bhe u ".i.....:
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'- l""1'- '"' babl......lcrl,,,M
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il one dAUKhtei Mi."
L"*J! ,"-'V :-^'Z$
lle.i and burial. ^ '' N
MRS. FREIDA FEINBERQ
Mrs. rtelda 1- .
Lane. Miami r & ifiS
nlKht. She wai a II..,. !, h,.?b*l
for 'he la-t 17 v.-.,,. Her ,T*
\a-.. F.-lnb-iv. iunlvei Ji'-vi?. "*"*
n.l.l w..,in..:,i;,., evening i,', Wv(S
chaiiel and the bod) Mi n^J*
MICHAEL BAUMGARTEN
Michael Hnumgart. n. I] m-hn .
here two year*, ago from N tfi
Cltjr. died Sal ird h,s nome^
Meridian Ave.. Mi.,,i I:., h a,!?
Irnc are his wife. Mn J, nni> j
farten. Miami ,;.
,.tre\''anU,?n""r* ln N*" Vor"!rtaJ
the body waa gent bv the Pk3
Funeral home. -"'n*
MRS. MELVINE SALZMAN
Mrs. Melvme Saliman, SI who** !
InaMbun Be^cki hotel four a,,, H
he had arrived here to visit htrm
Hen a corporal in ih.- Army, wiiTfi !
burled In Toledo Ohio h.-r *?$ \
al*o is lurvtved t.\ da itthir iin>
ii "b'o. The body w.t, >... toVJa
by the Palmer nineral hnme.
OTTO COHEN
into Cohan. 58, died .-mMenlvSttB. :
lay ,.f a heart attack suffered at hk
horn.-. I.....: irlld \w. Miami Bd7 I
He came he.e six yeai nan fr.,m.\
ink an 1 wan In th.- pr<.<|Ur tari-
neaa. Burvlvon Include hin wife. &.
ther, and eon, i ; ... ,,f oriiik
I he body .< .- ti n.w vr|, j.
the Riveraide Memorial chapel to l
final rites ami
MANDEL LEVY
Mandal Levy, (4, died in a local
hospital. He waa a winter ttnitat
from New York Cltv, i--:.|iiig at O
i: S.m Marino Uriv., Miami Beat* i
with his wife. The I-<.-. :isnt
New York by the Herdun KumhI
home.
DAVID HENRY WEINSTEIN
David Henr) Wi nateln, M, a Sank
Florida pioneer ai jiiaai
bustneaaman, ili.-ti Wednesday, M. I
88 He lived al I N E 34th St !
lt-.rn in i >,1. s-a !: .-- he niisratd |
to Key Weal In l--'. years afw |
eominsT to this country. !! ,-stiMisW
a mercantile I Key Wat |
where he lived will l wile and
three children until th.v nmveJ '
Miami In P'14
H.-re be established a similar bul-
ness on North Mi.m.l Ave. tha
known as Avenue 1' He retired ttoj
I.., ago
Surviving are a son. 1 M. Weia-1
stein, and two dauKh'.-rs. Mrs. Raj
I. I>mls and Mrs T W Ue. al
of Miami: nine (rrandchlldren Ui |
thr.-.- great *.''andi hlldr
S.-rvlces were held at ilordcn I*
neral home, with Rabl Max ihajMI
of Reth Davl.l conatenation. of wbW
Weinsteln was a mi and n"
Saul R Ap|x-lbaum of Temi'le las*
officiating.
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0EN EVERY
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SATLRDAY

LatfM of B'nai Bnlh. The Joint DWJ
Xppeal announced its 194S campatp1 j"*? _Je
$4..K)0,(K)0. Shown above wilh Henry
I r.phi, are Father Edward C. IhifL \JL,
founder of Boys Town, and Cant M. *m
ipooa (center), Diatrict Chaplain of ""a,,
^al District, who apoke be/ore the *T^
1>00 membera of the Metropolil*n w ^
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JAY. MARCH 9, 1945
+Jewisti fkridian
PAGE SEVEN
tfER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewtah Federation
OJ The Jewieh Welfare Board ______Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service ,
SERVICE
W r\ ^ r* ^
PARADE!
REGISTRATION BOOKS
TO OPEN MARCH 12
P ROBERT RICHTER
KILLED mACTION
Robert Richter has been
lied in action in the Philippines,
>w the Dar depart-
ment notified his
parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph A.
__Richter, 4666 N.
1 Bay Rd., Miami
Beach, Thursday.
Lt. Richter, a
| member of the
firm of the Rich-
ter Jewelry Co.
before he entered
the Army as a
(vate four years ago, had
en in the South Pacific with
infantry division, seeing ac-
\n at Guadalcanal and Bougain-
i island before the drive on
Philippines began.
Fin addition to his parents, he
(survived by his wife, Mrs. Ar-
pn Richter, and a son, Scott
Wan Richter, whom ,he never
[v.; two brothers, iAlyin-T:..''fen
lute home on a Navy furlough
om Norfolk, Va., and Dan M.,
cently released from the Navy,
sister, Miss Shirley Richter, is
Miami.
[Lt. Harry Touby, son of Mr. and
Irs. Louis Touby, 669 N. W.
ighth St.. graduate of University
I Florida, is assistant aircraft
laintenance officer at Lakeland
nr.v air field.
I Flight Officer Kenneth Mark
eyerson is home on leave visit-
pi his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
p. Meyerson, 622 15th St., Miami
>ach, alter his recent gradua-
jn tr ni the AAF bombardier
fchool at Carlsbad. N. W.
Pvt. Harold P. Edelstein, son
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edlestein,
^0 N, K. 79th St., Miami, was
fccently awarded the Good Con-
uct Medal for service with the
ith Armored division of the
ftventh army in France.
Pvt. Edelstein has been in the
rmy since July. 1943, and has
ni serving in France with the,
Ith Armored division's 500th
mimed Field Artillery battalion
nee October, 1944.
Having recovered from wounds
uffered Dec. 19 in action in Ger-
many, Pvt. Harry Polance. 36,
XI2 S. W. 13th Ave., has been re-
bascd from a hospital in Eng-
Bnd for further duty.
[Member of an infantry linit,
he Miamian was struck by a
Jiortar shell. His wife, Mrs. Re-
lecca Polance, lives at the home
Iddrcss. He entered the service
May. 1943.
Jacob K. Kunkel. 776 N. W.
nth St., promoted to technical
fergcant in the Philippines, where
k serves with an AAF service
kmniand unit. Graduate of Mi-
Imi Senior High school, he has
leen overseas 19 months.
I Cited for making hazardous vol-
untary flights in the interest of
Idvancempnt of aviation medi-
cine, Lt. Ralph E. Kirsch, Miami,
recently received a letter of com-
mendation at the Naval Air Sta-
tion at Pensacola.
As a flight surgeon attached"
o a photographic squadron op-
trating in the Pacific area. Lt.
Kirsch made valuable observa-
tions under fire, and by special
techniques of his own devising,
Demonstrated the important phy-
siological changes brought about
py such flight circumstances, the
pitation said.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
iirsch, 1260 Collins Ave., Miami
iifa ^l- Kirsch saw action in
fne Marshall islands, at Guam
fna at Saipan. His wife is the
lormer Barbara Finestone, Safety
harbor.
Capt. Maurice OroVits. 27,
awarded the Bronze Star for ac-
tion on D-day in France, visited
T>'s parents. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Orovitz. 1340 Collins Ave.. Mi-
mi Beaph, on a 15-day leave.
He served 31 months in the Euro-
fr?in ?J-oa as an AAF flight con-
P'Oi officer.
Attached to a troop carrier
*I'nK, he served in England,
rrance, Belgium, Italy and Af-
rica, wears the ETO ribbon with
r*),?lb.atlle stars- He expects to
F^'urn to overseas duty.
PVT. ED. ABRAMS
WRITES HIS FATHER
Dr. Marc U. Abrams, 1605
Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, re-
ceived a letter from his son Ed-
ward. A private, the boy entered
the service last April and has
been overseas for six months. He
has been wounded twicethe
first time on D-Day in France.
A cousin, A. Paetro, 1242 Drexel
Ave., Miami Beach, forwarded
the letter to the Service Page
and it is reprinted below.
Belgium, Sunday, Feb. 11.
Dearest Momsie & Pop:
Will try to make this letter a
continuation of mine of the night
before last. You will recall tMat
I made mention at that time of
my hopes of finding a restaurant
where my friends and I could
satiate our appetites for steak.
Immediately after I mailed that
note we went out and afer dili-
gen. inquiries and search we lo-
cated just what we were looking
for. Not only did we order steaks
and frenchies; but also "fresh
eggs," thp first I've had since
arriving on this side of the ocean.
I can't begin to describe to you
how I embellished each luscious
bite of the eggs with expressions
of sheer ecstacy. We ordered over
again and although it cost us a
small fortune, we had our long-
sought for dishes. Gosh, those
eggs were like passports to
Heaventhat's how good they
tasted, not to mention the steak.
To give you an idea of what food
costs here, a small steak dinner
costs 90 francs ($2.05) and two
eggs 40 francs (85c). But we don't
bother about costs over here.
I must relate an incident that
occurred yesterday which I know
will delight you. While walking
downtown on my way to the G.I.
movie with three friends, I was
suddenly accosted by a civilian
who walked up to me and asked
me if I spoke Jewish (he asked
me in Jewish). The surprise with
which I was struck held me
speechless for a moment, but
when I recovered I went into a
lengthy conversation with him.
You can imagine how pleased I
was to find one of our own race
still alive after all the years of
German occupation. He was a
most charming chap, a bit ragged,
but most insistent that I come
over to his house today for a
good old fashioned Jewish meal,
including potatoe "latkas." I went
to his house at noon today and
he and his wife and 13 year old
son treated me to a grand feast
of pickled herring and onions,
chicken soup with noodles, meat,
mashed potatoes, and carrots,
apple sauce, bread and tea. Know-
ing food conditions here, I bet
they must have spent a month's
ration points for that meal, but
you know how futile are protests
to our people in the face of their
determination to treat their own
sumptuously no matter how hard
their lot may be. After dinner
we spoke for quite a few hours
and I learned their whole said
history. We conversed all in Ger-
man or Yiddish, as I couldn't be-
gin to cope with their French.
They both originally came from
Poland 15 years ago and settled
here, where he set up a nice,
small business. When the German
came in, naturally they lost
everything and were only alive
today through the kindness and
generosity of friends who hid
them from the Heinies. At pre-
sent, they say there are only
three Jewish families left in this
sizeable town. They eke out a
meagre existence now. Today the
husband and son went down to
visit the U. S. Army chaplain
(Jewish), and were most excited
as it was the first time in almost
five years that they had been
able to have the benefit of a
rabbi. We really conversed for
three hours and covered almost
Leonard R. Cohan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Cohen, 940 Jef-
ferson Ave., promoted to ser-
geant at an Eighth AAF B-24
station in England, where he is
repair and maintenance man.
Irwin L. Alper. 1614 Meridian
Ave., Miami Beach, has been pro-
moted to corporal at Great Falls,
Mont., where he is on duty with
the Seventh Ferrying Group.
MARCIE COVERMAN
RECEIVES CITATION
Mrs. Marcie Coverman has re-
ceived a copy of the citation
awarded her husband, Pfc. Hy
Coverman, now in France an-
nouncing also the award of a
bronze Oak Leaf Cluster for wear
with the Bronze Star previously
received. Mrs. Coverman is now
residing with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Adelman, of
1421 N. W. 1st St.
The citation reads: "Private
First Class Hyman D. Coverman,
32196529, 120th Infantry Regi-
ment, United States Army, is
awarded a bronze Oak Leaf Clus
ter, for wear with the Bronze
Star previously awarded, for
heroic achievement in action on
28 November 1944, in Germany.
Private Coverman distinguished
himself as a member of an am-
munition and pioneer platoon dur-
ing an attack on an enemy held
town. After the town bad been
partially captured, Private Cover-
man and other members of his
platoon were assigned the mission
of laying mines on the bridge
which spanned a river on the out-
skirts of the town. Before the
bridge could be reached, enemy
fire became so severe that every
man was ordered to stay under
cover. However, in spite of this
fire, Private Coverman and his
comrades went out under cover
of darkness and successfully ac-
complished their mission of lay-
ing mines. The courage and de-
termination displayed by Private
Coverman on. this occasion were
an outstanding example of devo-
tion to duty, and reflect high
credit on himself and the Armed
Forces."
Registration books for the com-
ing city commission election will
be opened March 12 at the city
hall, City Clerk Frank J. Kelly
said Wednesday.
Registration and election dates
follow:
March 12 to 24registration in
progress at city hall.
March 17last day for candi-
dates to qualify.
March 27 to 31registration
books open in precincts.
April 4 to 10 registration
books reopened at city hall.
April 16 to 27absentee ballots
may be cast in clerk's office.
May 1primary election.
May 8regular election.
May 10commissioners take
office at noon.
Dr. Irving Alberts, formerly a
practising physician at 1456 Wash-
ington Ave., now is a major in
the army medical corps at
Rheims, France. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alberts,
1037 Michigan Ave.
His two sisters, Mrs. Neal Ma-
goon and Mrs. Sonia Heiden, also
live here. There is another son
who is a sergeant on duty as a
meteorologist in Panama.
Private Harriet Lillian Kletsky,
daughter of Mrs. Sadie Kletsky,
1017 Jefferson Ave., who has been
stationed at the third training
center of the WAC at Fort Ogle-
thorpe, Ga., has been assigned
to 272 AAF base unit at Topeka,
Kan.
Mils Phyllis A. Kohn, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kohn, 600 W.
45th St., Miami Beach, enlisted
recently in the WAC. A graduate
of Miami Beach high school, she
has been employed by the army
for the past few months.
Gerald L. Gerstein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris J. Gerstein, 2321
S. W. 21st St., has been commis-
sioned as ensign, after having suc-
cessfully completed V-18 train-
ing at Notre Dame Navy Mid-
shipman school, and, previously,
at the University of Miami and
University of North Carolina. He
will go to Great Lakes Training
Station for a one week induction
course, and thereafter will be
stationed at the U. S. Navy Line
Duty school at Hollywood, Fla.
Ensign Gerstein attended Miami
Senior high school and Gordon
Military school at Barnesville,
Ga. _____
everything. I talked about all of
you and showed them your pic-
tures. I left as I had to get back
for chow and promised them to
return in a day or so, should I
still be here.
Am feeling fine and my spirits
and morale are high; perhaps in
anticipation of reading your let-
ters again very soon. Had a de-
lightful hot shower today and
that made me feel like a new
man again. Expect to be on my
way any day now for the remain-
ing trip back to the outfit.
That all for now, folks, so will
close with loads of love and kisses
to you both.
Your loving son,
Ed.
AIC BOARD MEETS
WITH MRS. SHERRY
Executive board of the Wom-
en's Division, American Jewish
Congress, met March 2 at the
home of Mrs. Benjamin Sherry.
Guest of honor was Mrs. Stephen
S. Wise, national president of the
organization.
It was announced that 417 per-
sons attended the annual Victory
Donor Luncheon at the Latin
Quarter.
Mrs. Joseph Rose, chairman of
the luncheon, was assisted by
Mrs. A. E. Wolfe, co-chairman.
PALESTINE MAN GUEST
AT NORMANDY HOTEL
David Zeitani, representative of
the League for Religious Labor
of Palestine is spending two
weeks as a guest at the Nor-
mandy Hotel, Miami Beach, prior
to returning to Palestine.
Mr. Zeitani will be happy to
meet with anyone desiring in-
formation regarding Palestine or
wishing to transmit messages to
their families there.
He will address a gathering and
concert sponsored by a group
of Northern friends of the League
Sunday evening, March 14, at 8
p. m. at the Alamac hotel. Artists
will be presented for the musical
portion of the program.
MANHATTAN BOTTLES
PASSOVER WINE
Manhattan Distributors an-
nounce that they have made pro-
visions for the local bottling of
Passover wine, which will this
year be under the supervision of
Rabbis Simon April and Moses
Mescheloff, both of whom are
giving their services to the com-
pany without charge. The rabbis
stated they are so doing to in-
sure sufficient Passover wine for
the area.
You cam quit now! You
must continue to buy Bonds, and
More Bonds!
DAIRY PROVIDES
MILK FOR PASSOVER
Land-O-Sun Dairies announce
they will provide Passover milk
to their many customers this
year, under the supervision of
Rabbis Moses Mescheloff and
Simon April. E. C. Fogg, presi-
dent of the dairy, stated that
after being unable last year to
provide his Jewish patronage
with this service because of war
conditions, he will this year, de-
spite the many difficulties in-
volved, be proud to again insure
the Jewish community of Kosher
Passover dairy products.
Rabbis Mescheloff and April
are giving their supervision to
the dairy without charge, Mr.
Fogg stated.
SALONICA REDUCED
TO 543 POPULATION
Salonica (JTA)Three-and-a-
half years of German occupation
reduced the Jewish community of
this city from 50,000 to 543 and
resulted in the confiscation and
destruction of millions of dollars
worth of Jewish property, accord-
ing to a survey by a special cor-
respondent of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency.
The Nazi new order for Jews
terrorism, intimidation, sadistic
persecution vandalism, improver-
ishment, slave labor and extermi-
nationoperated with clock-like
perfection against the ancient
Jewish community of Salonica.
TWO ORGANIZATIONS
PARTICIPATE IN TALKS
Willingness to participate in
an informal conference to con-
sider the formulation of a unified
Jewish post-war program has
been exoressed by the Jewish
Labor Committee and the Agudas
Israel of America.
MISS DE KOVEN NEW
HEAD OF GIRLS
who
Miss Mitzi DeKoven,
was recently in-
stalled as presi-
dent of the new-1
ly organized
chapter of B'nai'
B'rith Girls at a,
meeting in the:
home of Missl
Nancy Russack.j
903 W. 46th St.,
Miami Beach.[
Miss DeKoven I
announced plans!
for the ensuing)
year are now in;
the process ofj
formation.
PIONEER WOMEN TO
HOLD DONOR DINNER
Pioneer Women of Greater Mi-
ami have completed arrange-
ments for their sixth annual
donor dinner to be held Sunday,
March 18, at 6;30 p. m. in the
Beth David auditorium. A musi-
cal program will be presented,
featuring Miss Ruth Brotman and
Cantor Abraham Friedman. Rab-
bi Max Shapiro and Mrs. Miriam
Gingold of Chicago will speak.
Mrs. Henry Seitlin is chairman
of the affair. Reservations may
be secured by calling 2-3947 or
4-4034.
USSR JEWS TO JOIN
IN WORLD FAST DAY
Jerusalem (JTA)For the first
time since the Soviet Revolution,
the Jews of the USSR will join
world Jewry in a fast day pro-
claimed by the Palestine Rab-
binate.
At a rabbinical conclave held
here on Monday under the aus-
pices of the Chief Rabbinate, it
was announced that a telegram
has been received from the Mos-
cow Orthodox Jewish Communi-
ty stating that it will proclaim
March 14 as a Jewish Fast Day,
thereby joining the Jews of the
rest of the world in commemorat-
ing the memory of the Jewish
communities annihilated by the
Germans and of the millions of
Jews massacred by them.
JEWISH PROPERTY
IS TO BE RETURNED
Sofia (JTA)The Official Ga-
zette published this week-end a
law which provides for the return
of confiscated Jewish property
and for the annulment of all
anti-Jewish regulations.
Under the new law, compensa-
tion amounting to thirty million
levasapproximately $375,000
will be paid for goods which can-
not be returned. All land, ex-
cepting that upon which Bul-
garian peasants have settled, will
be returned to the former Jewish
owners. Compensation on the
basis of land prices of two years
ago will be paid for unretumed
land. Rent collected by the gov-
ernment from confiscated Jewish
houses will be refunded to the
owners. Compulsory sales by
Jews of stocks and bonds are con-
sidered void.
ELIMINATE RACE AND
RELIGIOUS QUESTIONS
New York (JTA)Supreme
Court Justice Meier Steinbrink.
chairman of the Board of Di-
rectors of the Eastern Region of
the Anti-Defamation League, this
week made public an exchange
of letters between Chancellor
Harry Woodburn Chase of New
York University and himself, in
which Chancellor Chase declared
that all questions regarding re-
ligion and nationality would
henceforth be eliminated from ap-
plications for admission to New
York University.
HEADUARTERS ARE
CHANGED TO WARSAW
Lublin (JTA)The Central
Committee of the Jews of Poland,
which is headed by the noted
Zionist leader Dr. Emil Sommer-
stein, will shortly transfer its
headquarters to Warsaw, it was
announced here. The committee
has been functioning in Lublin
for several months.
Two Jewish partisan, leaders,
veterans of the battle of Warsaw
ghetto, arrived here this week
to discuss establishment of poli-
tical and social organizations for
the surviving Jews in Poland.
They are Prof. M. Sachs and
Sholem Grajek, who were the re-
presentatives of the Poale Zion
party on the underground Jewish
National Committee.



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; rjenistnajMML FRIDAY, MARCH 9, PAGE FOUR The Jewish Floridian PI.„, .nd Mam Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Mlanu^. Plant and Main Offices. 21 S. W. Second Avenue^ami. FJ P 0. Box 2973 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4 1930 at J. Post Off ice | M F lorida, under the Act of Mar... 3, l^> FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Ed:: Subscription-1 Year. S2.00 Six Months. SLOP MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH %  1945 ADAR 24. 57 9 VME1S NT.-MBE 10 REPORT DOINGS 10 POLICE .en JTA) 7 Eri Turkv, • TIDBITS FROM EVER &tid£y QxmpdejnM .By PHINEAS I. BIRON. A SHARE IN KINDNESS Nothing in life is more difficult :or peace-loving reep.e to bear Stan war with all its m h;::c: sruption of homes a: property. V,: :• %  •nauon are in -rot the world s most horrible war. day more blu Btars in service Hags turn to gold as this Lno, K are carried t membe. c: some A S American men in uniform are tirec end • home •-• %  V must keep on. .. There is no c >l us but would give everything to ughten the burden of sc sl eh ?f\ x o ... .,, [ears _. been wounded. We mild tc ease the ; ** *)*** %  or st::: the homesickness in those who must fight on. a 8 the Bjneran Red Cross c %  funds we can do oui share in light. 1 | len 0: sorrow, in calming the fears and in easing the pain of the wounded. j e ..;. ve supported the Red Cress financially as well as by volunteei service m past veers The ntinued wholehearted supper: is vitally needed aurinq the coming year. Red Cross Sabbath March 16-17, comi^q • %  -.Jsi of the 1945 War Fund :an will provi 0 ./. ; portun .... f 0 rabbis everywhere to urge their followeis to continue support of the Red Cross. Comme] Red Dross activities end the 1945 War Fund ccrttpa:;::: the Central C::::.:e:.:e of American Rabbis has issued the following stater The Red Crc Si most a"rea.:"g phuantbiopic cause before the Amei ma • %  • prisoners o: war work these services cione appeal both to the religious love .: mere and riotic iove of country. May ; :: SU cc ; : Red Cross War Fund camign demonstrate the spiritual calibei of the Am erican people.' n .-.. %  nskj : ; : LISTEN HERE .. The public school system of Philadelphia will soon b under attack for its laxity in handling anti-Semitic outrage, committed by pupils under the very eyes of the school authori. tics Important sections of the CIO will set up. before long, an unprecedentedly big machinery for a nationwide campaig^ against anti-Semitism and anti-Negroism This activity will establish new standards for aggressive afld fearless tactics, and will have the support of a strong Christian religious leadership • Here's a qood decision: The Nazi-owned colony ;v i iessoi %  M ill re\..-..:. ': from I Ij :.-.:; %  invited thoug .. %  • %  s the pulpit of T( t :.•. ...... ractice pi E i-E Fort 1 lerdale, at increase r. it rr 1 oing GOOD NEWS The liberated portion of Holland is setting a splendid eris regards the Jewish refugee problem ... The Netherlands Association for Assistance to Jewish Minors, with headquarters in Tilburg, is doing a great job Its mcin purposj is to restore Jewish children to their parents if they are still alive, or else to their nearest relatives ... If no relatives can be found, the Association will arrange for the support and education of the orphaned children Bravo! A cooperative German publishing group has been established in New York ... Its purpose is to bring out good anti-Nazi books in German, for use in German prisoners' camps in the USA primarily ... The name of the publishing group is Aurora Verlag Among its sponsors are Ernst Bloch, Alfred Doeblin, Lion Feuchtwanger, : Heinrich Mann and F. C. Weiskopf. JEWISH AFFAIRS Winchell is rarely wrong Last week, however, somebody took him for a ride when he slipped him the "information" that American Zionist leaders were at Yalta and sat in on conferences This is the bunk An extract from the Jewish Black Book sponsored by American, Palestine, Russian and other United Nations Jewry is being readied for the San Francisco Conference of the United Nations Aaron Fishman, imaginative young attorney, is doing a bang-up one-man inI presario stunt that sets a new record All by himself Aaron lines up each year, for the benefit of the Jewish Home of Convalescents, a Nite of Revelry at Carnegie Hall with artistic participation surpassing that of the famous Night of Stars at the New York United Jewish Appeal This year's mammoth benefit takes place on March 11, with three Metropolitan Opera j stars among the many performers ... A $150,000 fund is being collected for a Sergeant Meyer Levin memorial ... If you feel like contributing, send in your gift We shall be glad to turn it over to Judge Jacob Livingston, one of the sponsors. .THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW Jacob Billikopf, who probably knows more about Jewish life in America than any other man living, calls our attention COLLECTOR REMINDS OF TAX DEADLINE \v. i -Joseph D. Nul 11 Jr., 1 : Inti nds taxpayer t Mai '. 15 is • for filing ol I I tax retu n fi r 1944 E Estimated Tax %  • t a return every person (inclu 1944 -500 or more. : d in and pro; : Is. inther %  '. I expect to jet moi • n $1 I this y. ar from sour I v. .,_ %  s from which t.;\ is withheld, %  xp ct a total inc is of S500 or more. A declaration must also be filed by a wage earner who this year expects to earn more than S5.000 plus $500 for every exemption extncome outside of wa which tax is withheld, he fr :v. %  LAUDERDALE SERVICES M* ? declaration regardless of to an article on the Jewish community in the Philippine Islands : hlS wagCS. Tl .:-!:l___ T n w_i_._ J ; i „ MrnlUfl cent r..:::.;.. • E I .-.... %  an : %  %  1 .at of thi H scuss .'•%  tint Iu nd ( ANTI-JEWISH LAWS REPEALED IN GREECE The article is by Leopold Kahn and was written in Manila in 1932 Here are some interesting facts culled from Kahni piece The year 1898 brought 500 Jewish members of UndJ Sam's army of 60,000 to the Philippines ... In 1908 a Mr. Sin* Archbishop berg of Singapore donated two Torahs to the Jews of Mania Regent of Greece, on condition that services be held regularly at least during %  It that all amihigh holy days of each year When no services were held : in 1909 y and Y 1910 Mr. s'insberg demanded the return of 11 Torahs, which were then sent back to Singapore • • • In ~\! Manila boasted five Torahs, a modern synagogue that a* S£ S 5 000 H, d burial groun ? valu f d ? Q o s o 10 u 000 ,• • •• K M SUW5 I early settlers intermarried ... In 1932 the Jewish popuiawi numbered 200. ABOUT PEOPLE .. The Lublin government has appointed Major D. Kahane as Chief Rabbi to the Polish army Add things m didn't know till now: The jeweler friend of Father Flanagan .* the film "Boys' Town" is modeled after none other an He ^ Monsky. president of the B'nai B'rith ... The late Heuj* Brainin, whose filth Jahrzeit was commemorated at the Carneg* f%Ma.U. **.._:_ IT .... 1 n mallW 0 -.indVd %  : th( of IS : orofes ZIONIST CONFERENCE HAS SESSION IN PARIS Pans (JTA— The first conferZionist Laborites to held since the liberation of met here with 600 delein attendance. Guests ind Daniel Meyer, secretary French Socialist Partv. who brought official greetings from rgamzation and Mme. Rene gjum, daughter-in-law of Leon Bium. The conference will conclude this evening. Chamber Music Hall the day after Purim. was born, nirn and became a grandfather on Purim Sylvan Joseph, used to head the OPA in New York, is preparing l g0 ^ politics "Our 'Divide Postwar Plans, Gentlemen— and Conquer for World War III RECEPTION CENTERS SET UP IN RUMANIA Bucharest (JTAl— Four recoDtion centers have been establ n Kumania to receive several -and Jews who are being repatriated from the Soviet Ukk :"t~ : hlcl V thc Pro-German Romanian Government called Transr.istna. The reoatriates. who are expected to begin arriving this month, were deported bv the Antonescu Government. The renters are located in the cities of Ada.ncata.Reni, Herta and Ung! He will probably be the Democratic Candida* the Manhattan borough presidency ... A new news ser is a-borning, we hear, with Marshall Field and James wan I as co-fathers Howard Fast has been keeping very WjTjj His edition of the "Selected Works of Tom Paine" has JWjJJ published, and a new book of American folk tales is just* ready for the presses Dla Winter is readying a DW j her recent trip to Russia Successor of the late MJJJ Smith as head of the executive committee of the HolyRenter, operated by the Catholic Charities, will probaD'Y General Sessions Judge Jonah J. Goldstein. WEEKLY GIGGLE .. nA> Going around the army camps is the story that an / can guard at a P.O.W. camp heard one German f***S3 KM ^, budd y"Hitler told u. we'd march from C^JJ to New York-but he didn't tell us we'd stop to pick P*"" I in Georgia on the way."



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)AY. MARCH 9, 1945 +Jewish flcriditon PAGE NINE -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREPJthicJkly, QonpienUai 3y PHINEAS I. BIRONFace Facts George J. Talianoff Executive Director A.D.L. kvDOWN. Here is the lowdown on Isreaele Zolli, former "chief rabbi" lome, who recently became a convert to Catholicism and qed his name to Eugenio Maria This is not the first that Zolli has changed his name Originally, before %  ame to Italy, his name was Zoller ... At that time he was bbi in Austria, and was known as a passionate Austrian %  iot As for the title "chief rabbi"—he assumed that himwithout the formality of a rabbinical election Recently |e members of his congregation openly accused him of havbeen too friendly with the Fascists in Rome These raes were, as a matter of fact, about to be brought to the ilic attention when Zolli renounced Judaism His coniion is said to be part of a deal with the Vatican, the idea ,q to provide evidence of Roman Jewry's gratitude to the ,can for its protection during the Fascist regime This, ever, is ridiculous, because the anti-Fascist Jewish comity of Rome has regarded Zolli.as a quisling for quite some And, incidentally, Prof. A. S, Yahuda, the great scholar, is now in this country, tells us that scholarly circles never e Zolli serious consideration. .ESTINE QUESTION .. Flash! ... Be prepared for conflicting reports on the Roose|-Churchill meeting in the Middle East and Roosevelt's inriew with King Ibn Saud Various Zionist factions will irpret the news in contradictory ways, each claiming to •e the inside dope The truth is that nothing authoritative be known on whether Roosevelt took up the Jewish Palesproblem until Secretary of State Stettinius will receive, ie time in the near future, a delegation of representatives ie Zionist Emergency Council ... A number of correspondwant an answer to this question: How come that, at the „ convention last November, Palestinian Poale Zionist leadMereminsky, who has been in this country for some time, i his influence to eliminate reference to the Palestine reso,n introduced in Congress from the resolution adopted by AFL convention in favor of Palestine? The Poale Zion y was at the time committed to support the Congress resolon We don't know the answer either. GIVE YOU A tip to the postal authorities: R. W. Byerley, Post Office 1344, Chattanooga, Tenn., is mailing out open postcards ;ing white Christian American citizens to join a secret society 1 stands for white supremacy in this country The card s an anti-Negro and anti-Jewish program, and to insure a impt reply it has a self-addressed return postal attached. fARSAW ECHOES ... We hope that some organization will sponsor the great phonic poem on the Warsaw Ghetto just completed by Morgenstern, the composer, and Harry Granick, the Iter .*. We heard it at Meyer Weisgal's home the other |ht, and were terrifically impressed Before long you will able to get, in your favorite book store, "No Traveler Re-is," by Henry Shoskes This volume tells the inside story [life in the Warsaw Ghetto during the Nazi occupation. U SHOULD KNOW Herbert C. Pell, who was forced to quit as U. S. representaon the United Nations War Crimes Commission because ingress refused to provide the S30.000 budget which his Cities would have required, may still return to his post if >lic opinion will insist that he is the man Senator Harley Kilgore of West Virginia told us the other evening that Pell 1 committed a grave error—explaining, with a smile, that 'ell had asked for thirty millions dollars instead of thirty lusand he might have gotten it. ^OUT PEOPLE ... _, Saul Lokier, former secretary of the Mexico City B nai Kth Lodge, is now a student at the Jewish Theological Senuy of America, and upon his graduation will be the first erican-trained rabbi to serve a congregation in Mexico J B'nai B'rith is underwriting his training Congratulations Harry D. Henshel, member of the board of directors of the iw York YMHA, on attaining the rank of lieutenant-colonel Henshel distinguished himself in the fighting on the Westfront Claudy Nordau-Gruenblat, fourteen-year-old -nddaughter of Max Nordau, is becoming a favorite poetess New York City's own radio station, WNYC, over which her ems have been recited as a Sunday morning message mry Levy, astute publicity director, is assuming full charge the public relations department of the National Council of vish Women this month Hank used to be publicity di:tor of the American Jewish Committee. ISHING TOUCH ... No doubt you recall that story of the Christmas Eve mass Id on a Pacific island at which a Marine—we believe it was ney Ross—provided organ music by playing the only song knew, "Yiddishe Mama" Now Winchell tells us that a ng tag-line to that story has been provided by Monsignor ton J. Sheen, who points out that since the mother of Jesus %  a Jewess the song was most appropriate. Rev. William C. Dernan. Director of the Christian Institute, for American Democracy tells a heart warming story about three boys who grew up in the same country, went to the same school, played on the same football team —and died in the same war for a common cause. Their names were Kehoe, Foster and Ross—one a Catholic, one a Protestant, one a Jew. The Daily Evening Item of Lynn, Mass., which reports their story, says that they were inseparable friends during their days at Swampscott High School where all thres of them distinguished themselves on the football team. Swampscott had a great team in the fall of 1939, due in large measure to the fact that Kehoe. Foster and Ross played on it. 1939 was a fateful year. Hitler marched into Poland in the fall of that year—during the verv days when Kehoe, Foster and Ross were making football history at Swampscott. The war then seemed far off to most Americans. Perhaps, it seemed far off to these three boys. too. Who knows? But. if the war seemed far off. the reality of democracy was very close to them. On the athletic field of an American high school they were learning what democracy means. They were not of the same religious faith. But no one seemed to think that that made any difference to the part each one of them played in giving Swampscott a great football team in the fall of 1939—when Hitler, who persecuted Jews. Protestants. and Catholics, marched into Poland. Strange thing, isn't it? If Swampscott in 1939 was going to have the best football team at its command, it would have to use the talents of a Catholic boy, a Protestant boy. and a Jewish boy. Strange thing, isn't it? If America in 1944 was to have a strong army to defend and to preserve democracy against the Nazis and the Japanese, who are committed to its destruction, it would have to be an army of Catholics, Protestans and Jews. But not strange at all when you come to think of it. For America is not a country for the people of one race or one religion. America is a country for mankind. Do we understand this truth yet? How can anyone, facing the facts, condemn Catholics, or Protestants, or Jews—or raise the voice of slander against them? The point is that no one can— who faces the facts? CHAIRMAN QUITS ON ACCOUNT ILL HEALTH London (JTA)—One of the rea! sons behind Sir Cecil Hurst's resignation as chairman of the United Nations War Crimes Commission, which has been officially attributed to ill health, is the failure of the British Government to support the commission's request that its scope be extended to include crimes committed by the enemy against its own nationals, particularly German and Hungarian Jews, the London press says. Keep on Buying War Bonds. IILTON KLEIN Painting Contractor No Job Too Large OP TOO Small AINTINQ — PAPER HANGING WATERPROOFING PHONE 4-1W0 RTVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1St N. 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PAGE TWO PJe*ist>fto*££L FRIDAY. MARCH 91945 PERSONALS = RECENT BAR MITZVAH AT BETH DAVID RFNOWNED VIOLINIST ?0 BE FEATURED HERE :•:.;; .. -. • % % % % %  %  ENGAGEM ENT^ Mr. and Mrs. Philip j pT""" stein, of San Marco Iii a n d {?" ami. and New York City ha recently announced the enrV ment of their daughter. Manivt to Maurice Cromer. son of V* Daniel Cromer and the late Jb Cromer. of Miami. Wi %  Bar Mima Richard %  : ton of M I • %  •• : -saugr.ter Featherweight Coolees Are Favorite Shoes With Miami Men • iolinth the Symphony conon at -.•nool. I .. "RuiKom% %  .. r" in A Mm %  ". r %  by GI r vlei nt with "., %  York I %  irmonie In : Eur -. %  and the •• %  %  ling =ym%  is country. L*ni rsity of lustra are be• Mr Rosen ring the con-. t be held at -. • %  27th Aventn CenW 27th Ave. and S. W. 31 • Miss "'Lillian Chisling, u*^,, engagement to Raym -r.i D.Jeiaer of Miami Beach was announced .last week • — m m '~ PALESTINE SPEAKS! WKAT SUNDAY 8:15 P. M. -. Mrs Albert E. Roe %  %  7 they I %  '.' %  % %  t RABBI SIMON APRIL GUEST RADIO SPEAKER %  r .' %  '. t Rabbi 5. %  % %  • WKAT at 12:3C p m SunPROF. CLARKE SPEAKS AT HOLLYWOOD Profes r Edward Clarke : the --. : M;. lecture .j -•:.-%  %  : %  % %  -" "-he Ladies Auxilif the Jewi Holl" I IP ANNOYED OR IF DAMAGED BY INSECTS CALL-AA EXT. CO. 2694 W. Flakier St. Ph. 413 PHILIP SALMON NOW BEACH BUSINESS MAN Pr. To assure your full regular supply of Manisehewirx Mario end Motxo Product* for Passover, we urge that you place your order NOWI y : -• c::rT* : %  will 0 -I '= : --' witi G %  %  % %  < ttm Httm ...c Hai N %  : rr.e ~....z Salm n is announcing pening : the Miami Beach : %  % %  u and Appuance Z "• ; -' shmgi n Ave M Mi Salmon has c the th for many yeai i % % % %  '.:. the B.ir.e Ci Laboratories new .-• I carry a s line .: Iwarc i ..9 nJ • %  •• .---ALL GREATER MIAMI IS GOING TO MEET AND TALK WITH THIS JEW! 4 4 MR EMMANUEL ? MRS. DAVID ZIFF TO BE ENTERTAINED wUstez MANISCHEWITZ %  ^ v i %  ft. %  w %  i r, MATZO Mrs | ... .-. :•;: atii • 'it'll CAD MA. • m mxuo SEVERAL HUNDRED HAGGADAHS AT EXCEPTIONAL BUY LOUIS LEVENSON 165 N. E. 24th St. Miami Phone 3-7791 Manischewitz and Rokeach PRODUCTS m M %  • .. -: !" Ja -;:: •••L ... Ma --• %  > %  tor tick t MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 JHCKXU Qtotltea Your Complex Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Moms Brother's New Ap! Pare, and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagle, Su Miami A great character for you to live with • weeP with exult with ... as he proves again the greatness of the Jewish soul. From Louis Golding's "Bookof-the-Month Club" Be>st Seller Starts Wed. March 14th AT THREE THEATRES Lincoln Miami Capitol SID PALMERS FUNERAL HOMF "SERVING THE IEWISH COMMn„,... ^ PHONE 9-2664 "A FRIEND IN NEED COMMUNITY" 2008 W. FLAGLER Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GBOOT ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David. Beth &**&£; Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel una For Further Iniormcrtion Phone) 9-2664, 4-5922 or 9-1* 1



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JAY. MARCH 9, 1945 +Jewisti fkridian PAGE SEVEN tfER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewtah Federation OJ The Jewieh Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service SERVICE W r\ ^ r* ^ PARADE! REGISTRATION BOOKS TO OPEN MARCH 12 P ROBERT RICHTER KILLED mACTION Robert Richter has been lied in action in the Philippines, >w the Dar department notified his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Richter, 4666 N. 1 Bay Rd., Miami Beach, Thursday. Lt. Richter, a | member of the firm of the Richter Jewelry Co. before he entered the Army as a (vate four years ago, had en in the South Pacific with infantry division, seeing ac\n at Guadalcanal and Bougaini island before the drive on Philippines began. Fin addition to his parents, he (survived by his wife, Mrs. Arpn Richter, and a son, Scott Wan Richter, whom ,he never [v.; two brothers, iAlyin-T:..''fen lute home on a Navy furlough om Norfolk, Va., and Dan M., cently released from the Navy, sister, Miss Shirley Richter, is Miami. [Lt. Harry Touby, son of Mr. and Irs. Louis Touby, 669 N. W. ighth St.. graduate of University I Florida, is assistant aircraft laintenance officer at Lakeland nr.v air field. I Flight Officer Kenneth Mark %  eyerson is home on leave visitpi his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Meyerson, 622 15th St., Miami >ach, alter his recent graduajn tr ni the AAF bombardier fchool at Carlsbad. N. W. Pvt. Harold P. Edelstein, son Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edlestein, ^0 N, K. 79th St., Miami, was fccently awarded the Good Conuct Medal for service with the ith Armored division of the ftventh army in France. Pvt. Edelstein has been in the rmy since July. 1943, and has ni serving in France with the, Ith Armored division's 500th mimed Field Artillery battalion nee October, 1944. Having recovered from wounds uffered Dec. 19 in action in Germany, Pvt. Harry Polance. 36, XI2 S. W. 13th Ave., has been rebascd from a hospital in EngBnd for further duty. [Member of an infantry linit, he Miamian was struck by a Jiortar shell. His wife, Mrs. Relecca Polance, lives at the home Iddrcss. He entered the service May. 1943. Jacob K. Kunkel. 776 N. W. nth St., promoted to technical fergcant in the Philippines, where k serves with an AAF service kmniand unit. Graduate of MiImi Senior High school, he has leen overseas 19 months. I Cited for making hazardous voluntary flights in the interest of Idvancempnt of aviation medicine, Lt. Ralph E. Kirsch, Miami, recently received a letter of commendation at the Naval Air Station at Pensacola. As a flight surgeon attached" o a photographic squadron optrating in the Pacific area. Lt. Kirsch made valuable observations under fire, and by special techniques of his own devising, Demonstrated the important physiological changes brought about py such flight circumstances, the pitation said. Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. iirsch, 1260 Collins Ave., Miami iif a ^ l Kirsch saw action in fne Marshall islands, at Guam fna at Saipan. His wife is the lormer Barbara Finestone, Safety harbor. Capt. Maurice OroVits. 27, awarded the Bronze Star for action on D-day in France, visited T>'s parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Orovitz. 1340 Collins Ave.. Mimi Beaph, on a 15-day leave. He served 31 months in the Eurofr?i n ?Joa as an A AF flight conP'Oi officer. Attached to a troop carrier *I' n K, he served in England, rrance, Belgium, Italy and Africa, wears the ETO ribbon with r*),?l b atlle stars H e expects to F^'urn to overseas duty. PVT. ED. ABRAMS WRITES HIS FATHER Dr. Marc U. Abrams, 1605 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, received a letter from his son Edward. A private, the boy entered the service last April and has been overseas for six months. He has been wounded twice—the first time on D-Day in France. A cousin, A. Paetro, 1242 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, forwarded the letter to the Service Page and it is reprinted below. Belgium, Sunday, Feb. 11. Dearest Momsie & Pop: Will try to make this letter a continuation of mine of the night before last. You will recall tMat I made mention at that time of my hopes of finding a restaurant where my friends and I could satiate our appetites for steak. Immediately after I mailed that note we went out and afer diligen. inquiries and search we located just what we were looking for. Not only did we order steaks and frenchies; but also "fresh eggs," thp first I've had since arriving on this side of the ocean. I can't begin to describe to you how I embellished each luscious bite of the eggs with expressions of sheer ecstacy. We ordered over again and although it cost us a small fortune, we had our longsought for dishes. Gosh, those eggs were like passports to Heaven—that's how good they tasted, not to mention the steak. To give you an idea of what food costs here, a small steak dinner costs 90 francs ($2.05) and two eggs 40 francs (85c). But we don't bother about costs over here. I must relate an incident that occurred yesterday which I know will delight you. While walking downtown on my way to the G.I. movie with three friends, I was suddenly accosted by a civilian who walked up to me and asked me if I spoke Jewish (he asked me in Jewish). The surprise with which I was struck held me speechless for a moment, but when I recovered I went into a lengthy conversation with him. You can imagine how pleased I was to find one of our own race still alive after all the years of German occupation. He was a most charming chap, a bit ragged, but most insistent that I come over to his house today for a good old fashioned Jewish meal, including potatoe "latkas." I went to his house at noon today and he and his wife and 13 year old son treated me to a grand feast of pickled herring and onions, chicken soup with noodles, meat, mashed potatoes, and carrots, apple sauce, bread and tea. Knowing food conditions here, I bet they must have spent a month's ration points for that meal, but you know how futile are protests to our people in the face of their determination to treat their own sumptuously no matter how hard their lot may be. After dinner we spoke for quite a few hours and I learned their whole said history. We conversed all in German or Yiddish, as I couldn't begin to cope with their French. They both originally came from Poland 15 years ago and settled here, where he set up a nice, small business. When the German came in, naturally they lost everything and were only alive today through the kindness and generosity of friends who hid them from the Heinies. At present, they say there are only three Jewish families left in this sizeable town. They eke out a meagre existence now. Today the husband and son went down to visit the U. S. Army chaplain (Jewish), and were most excited as it was the first time in almost five years that they had been able to have the benefit of a rabbi. We really conversed for three hours and covered almost Leonard R. Cohan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen, 940 Jefferson Ave., promoted to sergeant at an Eighth AAF B-24 station in England, where he is repair and maintenance man. Irwin L. Alper. 1614 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, has been promoted to corporal at Great Falls, Mont., where he is on duty with the Seventh Ferrying Group. MARCIE COVERMAN RECEIVES CITATION Mrs. Marcie Coverman has received a copy of the citation awarded her husband, Pfc. Hy Coverman, now in France announcing also the award of a bronze Oak Leaf Cluster for wear with the Bronze Star previously received. Mrs. Coverman is now residing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman, of 1421 N. W. 1st St. The citation reads: "Private First Class Hyman D. Coverman, 32196529, 120th Infantry Regiment, United States Army, is awarded a bronze Oak Leaf Clus ter, for wear with the Bronze Star previously awarded, for heroic achievement in action on 28 November 1944, in Germany. Private Coverman distinguished himself as a member of an ammunition and pioneer platoon during an attack on an enemy held town. After the town bad been partially captured, Private Coverman and other members of his platoon were assigned the mission of laying mines on the bridge which spanned a river on the outskirts of the town. Before the bridge could be reached, enemy fire became so severe that every man was ordered to stay under cover. However, in spite of this fire, Private Coverman and his comrades went out under cover of darkness and successfully accomplished their mission of laying mines. The courage and determination displayed by Private Coverman on. this occasion were an outstanding example of devotion to duty, and reflect high credit on himself and the Armed Forces." Registration books for the coming city commission election will be opened March 12 at the city hall, City Clerk Frank J. Kelly said Wednesday. Registration and election dates follow: March 12 to 24—registration in progress at city hall. March 17—last day for candidates to qualify. March 27 to 31—registration books open in precincts. April 4 to 10 — registration books reopened at city hall. April 16 to 27—absentee ballots may be cast in clerk's office. May 1—primary election. May 8—regular election. May 10—commissioners take office at noon. Dr. Irving Alberts, formerly a practising physician at 1456 Washington Ave., now is a major in the army medical corps at Rheims, France. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alberts, 1037 Michigan Ave. His two sisters, Mrs. Neal Magoon and Mrs. Sonia Heiden, also live here. There is another son who is a sergeant on duty as a meteorologist in Panama. Private Harriet Lillian Kletsky, daughter of Mrs. Sadie Kletsky, 1017 Jefferson Ave., who has been stationed at the third training center of the WAC at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., has been assigned to 272 AAF base unit at Topeka, Kan. Mils Phyllis A. Kohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kohn, 600 W. 45th St., Miami Beach, enlisted recently in the WAC. A graduate of Miami Beach high school, she has been employed by the army for the past few months. Gerald L. Gerstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Gerstein, 2321 S. W. 21st St., has been commissioned as ensign, after having successfully completed V-18 training at Notre Dame Navy Midshipman school, and, previously, at the University of Miami and University of North Carolina. He will go to Great Lakes Training Station for a one week induction course, and thereafter will be stationed at the U. S. Navy Line Duty school at Hollywood, Fla. Ensign Gerstein attended Miami Senior high school and Gordon Military school at Barnesville, Ga. everything. I talked about all of you and showed them your pictures. I left as I had to get back for chow and promised them to return in a day or so, should I still be here. Am feeling fine and my spirits and morale are high; perhaps in anticipation of reading your letters again very soon. Had a delightful hot shower today and that made me feel like a new man again. Expect to be on my way any day now for the remaining trip back to the outfit. That all for now, folks, so will close with loads of love and kisses to you both. Your loving son, Ed. AIC BOARD MEETS WITH MRS. SHERRY Executive board of the Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, met March 2 at the home of Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. Guest of honor was Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, national president of the organization. It was announced that 417 persons attended the annual Victory Donor Luncheon at the Latin Quarter. Mrs. Joseph Rose, chairman of the luncheon, was assisted by Mrs. A. E. Wolfe, co-chairman. PALESTINE MAN GUEST AT NORMANDY HOTEL David Zeitani, representative of the League for Religious Labor of Palestine is spending two weeks as a guest at the Normandy Hotel, Miami Beach, prior to returning to Palestine. Mr. Zeitani will be happy to meet with anyone desiring information regarding Palestine or wishing to transmit messages to their families there. He will address a gathering and concert sponsored by a group of Northern friends of the League Sunday evening, March 14, at 8 p. m. at the Alamac hotel. Artists will be presented for the musical portion of the program. MANHATTAN BOTTLES PASSOVER WINE Manhattan Distributors announce that they have made provisions for the local bottling of Passover wine, which will this year be under the supervision of Rabbis Simon April and Moses Mescheloff, both of whom are giving their services to the company without charge. The rabbis stated they are so doing to insure sufficient Passover wine for the area. You cam quit now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! DAIRY PROVIDES MILK FOR PASSOVER Land-O-Sun Dairies announce they will provide Passover milk to their many customers this year, under the supervision of Rabbis Moses Mescheloff and Simon April. E. C. Fogg, president of the dairy, stated that after being unable last year to provide his Jewish patronage with this service because of war conditions, he will this year, despite the many difficulties involved, be proud to again insure the Jewish community of Kosher Passover dairy products. Rabbis Mescheloff and April are giving their supervision to the dairy without charge, Mr. Fogg stated. SALONICA REDUCED TO 543 POPULATION Salonica (JTA)—Three-and-ahalf years of German occupation reduced the Jewish community of this city from 50,000 to 543 and resulted in the confiscation and destruction of millions of dollars worth of Jewish property, according to a survey by a special correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. The Nazi new order for Jews —terrorism, intimidation, sadistic persecution vandalism, improverishment, slave labor and extermination—operated with clock-like perfection against the ancient Jewish community of Salonica. TWO ORGANIZATIONS PARTICIPATE IN TALKS Willingness to participate in an informal conference to consider the formulation of a unified Jewish post-war program has been exoressed by the Jewish Labor Committee and the Agudas Israel of America. MISS DE KOVEN NEW HEAD OF GIRLS who Miss Mitzi DeKoven, was recently installed as president of the new-1 ly organized chapter of B'nai' B'rith Girls at a, meeting in the: home of Missl Nancy Russack.j 903 W. 46th St., Miami Beach.[ Miss DeKoven I announced plans! for the ensuing) year are now in; the process ofj formation. PIONEER WOMEN TO HOLD DONOR DINNER Pioneer Women of Greater Miami have completed arrangements for their sixth annual donor dinner to be held Sunday, March 18, at 6;30 p. m. in the Beth David auditorium. A musical program will be presented, featuring Miss Ruth Brotman and Cantor Abraham Friedman. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Mrs. Miriam Gingold of Chicago will speak. Mrs. Henry Seitlin is chairman of the affair. Reservations may be secured by calling 2-3947 or 4-4034. USSR JEWS TO JOIN IN WORLD FAST DAY Jerusalem (JTA)—For the first time since the Soviet Revolution, the Jews of the USSR will join world Jewry in a fast day proclaimed by the Palestine Rabbinate. At a rabbinical conclave held here on Monday under the auspices of the Chief Rabbinate, it was announced that a telegram has been received from the Moscow Orthodox Jewish Community stating that it will proclaim March 14 as a Jewish Fast Day, thereby joining the Jews of the rest of the world in commemorating the memory of the Jewish communities annihilated by the Germans and of the millions of Jews massacred by them. JEWISH PROPERTY IS TO BE RETURNED Sofia (JTA)—The Official Gazette published this week-end a law which provides for the return of confiscated Jewish property and for the annulment of all anti-Jewish regulations. Under the new law, compensation amounting to thirty million levas—approximately $375,000 — will be paid for goods which cannot be returned. All land, excepting that upon which Bulgarian peasants have settled, will be returned to the former Jewish owners. Compensation on the basis of land prices of two years ago will be paid for unretumed land. Rent collected by the government from confiscated Jewish houses will be refunded to the owners. Compulsory sales by Jews of stocks and bonds are considered void. ELIMINATE RACE AND RELIGIOUS QUESTIONS New York (JTA)—Supreme Court Justice Meier Steinbrink. chairman of the Board of Directors of the Eastern Region of the Anti-Defamation League, this week made public an exchange of letters between Chancellor Harry Woodburn Chase of New York University and himself, in which Chancellor Chase declared that all questions regarding religion and nationality would henceforth be eliminated from applications for admission to New York University. HEADUARTERS ARE CHANGED TO WARSAW Lublin (JTA)—The Central Committee of the Jews of Poland, which is headed by the noted Zionist leader Dr. Emil Sommerstein, will shortly transfer its headquarters to Warsaw, it was announced here. The committee has been functioning in Lublin for several months. Two Jewish partisan, leaders, veterans of the battle of Warsaw ghetto, arrived here this week to discuss establishment of political and social organizations for the surviving Jews in Poland. They are Prof. M. Sachs and Sholem Grajek, who were the representatives of the Poale Zion party on the underground Jewish National Committee. % 



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UDAY. MARCH 9, 1945 vJewisii ncrkUan PAGE FIVE (( HEED THE NEED —GIVE THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE" ARE YOU to pin on your conscience BLOOD DONOR? BLOOD BANK DEPOSITORIES: MIAMI BEACH BLOOD BANK STATION Located in Morris Brothers' Department Store 1261 Washington Avenue Tuesdays-Thursdays, 9-12 Noon The Miami Beach Blood Bank Receiving Station I 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. MSAINT 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: KENMORE HOTEL 1050 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach CARDOZA HOTEL 1300 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach FREDERICK HOTEL 916 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CONGRESS HOTEL 1036 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 640 Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach CARLYLE HOTEL 1250 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach BEACH PARK HOTEL 600 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach SOUTH SEAS HOTEL 1751 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach CHARLES HOTEL 1475 Collins Ave., Miami Beach ROSELLE HOTEL 635 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach ST. GEORGE HOTEL 605 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach OCEANIC HOTEL 510 Collins Ave., Miami Beach IMPERIAL HOTEL 650 Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach GOTHAM HOTEL 702 13th St.. Miami Beach KENT HOTEL 1131 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach Mr. Samuel G. Wanes EDISON HOTEL 960 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach EUCLID HOTEL 320 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach MAYFLOWER HOTEL 1702 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach CRESCENT HOTEL 1420 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach ROYAL HOTEL 758 Washington Ave., Miami Beach WINTERHAVEN HOTEL 1402 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach WALDORF TOWERS HOTEL 860 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach EDGEWATER BEACH HOTEL 1410 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach SHELDON HOTEL 227 7th St.. Miami Beach


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I ihJewiisltUEIliOjpidliigun VOLUME 18—NUMBER 10 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS Th<(lay room at the Nautilus hospital, sponsored by Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith under the chairmanship of Nat Roth, will be dedicated Sunday afternoon at 2 (.clock. Prominent military officials will be present at the ceremonies, f>r which an elaborate program has been prepared. Because of limited space, contributors of funds to make the project :i success have been invited, in addition to a small number of oilier dignitaries and lodge officials. The day room is for the convalescent soldiers stationed at tin Nautilus and was outfitted completely by Sholom Lodge at • in excess of twenty-five hundred dollars. BHat B'rith is now in the midst of a membership campaign to secure an additional 1,000 members, and officers of the lodge state that almost 200 toward this numl.i has been added to the roll. Hyman Rubin, president of the 5th District, addressed the organization at its regular monthly [meeting Tuesday and stimulated [those present by depicting the activities of B"nai B'rith and the I importance of increased membership. DEFICIENCY BILL IS APPROVED FOR $25,000 Washington (JTA)—The House Appropriations Committee here approved a deficiency bill clausegranting a State Department request for $25,000 for full United, States participation in the United j Nations War Crime Commission. ] The State Department has is-1 sued no comment thus far as to the possibility of returning Herbert C. Pell to London as U. S. representative. Last month Acting Secretary Joseph C. Grew said Pell would not be returned because of the failure of Congress to appropriate the necessary money in December, when the House Committee struck out a $30,000 request for salary and expenses. In a statement issued here Mr. Pell revealed that he would appeal to President Roosevelt to restore him to his former post. FEDERATION TO BE HOST TO DIVISION OF MEN SUNDAY PALESTINE PARTY SIGNATOBYTOA T Cairo (JTA)—The Palestine h ate to the meeting of the h n ministers of Arab states, Ivhich has just concluded here, %  was among the signatories of the of a constitution for the i ed League of Arab Nations Ivhich was drawn up at the meeting. Although Palestine is not consider, d to have the same status I independent Arab states, Itie fact that Musa el Alamai. Ills delegate, was among those tifymg the new constitution in an indication or the common stand on the Palestine question %  vhuh was taken by the foreign ministers. It confirms the belief Jicre that no unified Arab federation is conceived of which would not include Palestine. However, from information available in Cairo, it seems as if IK, Groater Syria" scheme, nien envisioned a union of Syia. Lebanon, Palestine and Translordan, has been abandoned because of the refusal of Lebanon. wnich is predominantly Christian, "0 Join. The Lebanese fear that ley would be lost in what would a Predominantly Moslem state. Whether Palestine is to be iniiid to the Arab Congress on arch 17, which is expected to paopt the draft constitution, is PP to the preparatory committee. J was explained today by Abdul irk 1 Assam BeyMinister for yao Affairs in the Egyptian government. At the same time. K Pomtfd out that any decisions ["opted at the congress will have [o be ratified by the parliaments P> me various states participating. >RSILVER ISSUES STATEMENT TO PRESS Y BE OFHELPTO JEWRY Bucharest (JTA) — With the formation of a new cabinet in Rumania, leaders of the Jewish Party are in a position, for the first time since the liberation of the country, to reveal that although Jews enjoyed freedom under the Radcscu cabinet, which was formed after the overthrow of the pro-German Antonescu Government, they nevertheless had many grounds for complaints. Some of these are outlined in the newspaper "Mantuirea," official organ of the Jewish Party, as follows: Only few Jews have been restored to their jobs, as promised in the law rescinding racial legislation; artisans have not received their stolen tools, widows and orphans of slaughtered Jews have not received pensions; return of nouses has been postponed until spring; and "against their own wishes Jews were deprived of their nationality status and prevented from obtaining national autonomy." The Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be hosts to the members of the men's division at a breakfast Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at Murray's on Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Campaign organization for the division will be perfected under the direction of Milton Friedman and George Bertman, chairmen, assisted by Harry Cornblum and Sam B. Miller, co-chairmen. Jacob Chalet, New York attorney and former professor of law in Vienna, will be guest speaker. His topic will concern conditions abroad with which he is familiar, and during the course of his remarks he will tell of his experiences in Germany. Chalet taught law to Chancellor Dolfuss of Austria. George Chertkof, 1945 campaign chairman, and Joe Rose, executive director of Federation, will also address the gathering. The meeting Sunday is another in the series scheduled prior to the campaign, which opens officially April 8. The goal for this year's drive has been set for $305,000 to meet the needs of 63 agencies alloted funds by the budget committee. Monday evening, March 12. at the El Comodoro hotel an organizational meeting of captains and workers of the advance gifts division will take place. Herbert Scher and Dave Phillips are chairmen of this division and will preside at the meeting. REPRESENTATIVE IS SENT FROM TURKEY Washingon (JTA)—The Turkish Embassy here has informed theHebrew Committee for National Liberation that Eri Jabotinsky was deported from Instanbul to Palestine upon the request of the British Ambassador in Turkey "as he was believed to have been involved in the assassination of the late British Resident Minister in the Near East." In making the statement of the Turkish Embassy public, the Hebrew Committee termed fantastic the attempt to label Jabotinsky, who was on a rescue mission, an accomplice in the assassination of Lord Moyne. Mr. Jabotinsky was released during the week-end from the Peru jain in Palestine to which he was taken by police authorities upon his reaching the Palestine frontier after being deported from Turkey. TO RESTORE CULTURE EXHUME BODIES ^iOF JEWS SLAIN BY Y AJC HAS BUDGET FOR EDUCATIONAL WORK Moscow (JTA)—The rehabilitation of the Jewish community of Poland and the rebuilding of Jewish culture there was discussed at an over-flow meeting in the hall of the Jewish AntiFascist Committee here, attended by leading Polish and Russian Jews. The fighting spirit of the Jewish officers and men In the Polish Army now fighting on German territory side-by-side with the Red Army was lauded by S. Duskeviez, a representative of the Union of Polish Patriots in the USSR. An indication of the number of Jewish artists who were slaughtered in Poland was given by actress Eda Kaminska who said that of the over 400 Jewish actors in Poland only 60 survive. Speakers included Prof. Solomon Mikhoels, who presided. Lee Finkelstein of the Jewish Socialist Bund; Berl Mark, a Warsaw EOR DADE'S DRIVE Appointed by H. H. Hyman, : 1945 Red Cross War Fund campaign chairman to represent labor in the drive to raise Dade County's $520,000 quota are Roy W. I Singer, president Miami Central ; Labor Union of the A. F. of L. and Charles Smolikoff, regional : director for the C.I.O. Observance of Red Cross Sabbath in synagogues and temples throughout the nation has been set for March 16-17. This date was fixed to enable Jewish reI ligious leaders from coast te I coast to call attention of their congregations to the great need for continued support of the humanitarian services of the Red Cross during the present drive. Protestant and Catholic churches I will observe March 18 as Red i Cross Sunday. Wholesale liquor dealers of Dade county will probably donate $5,000 toward the local Red Cross quota of $520,000, Sam Blank. I chairman of the commercial divi: sion, announced. Working in four busy centers American Red Cross workers have packed approximately 10,800,000 parcels for American prisoners of War in enemy territory, Basil O'Connor, chairman of the American Red Cross, announces. Pointing out that one of the | most important responsibilities of i the Red Cross is its program of relief to war prisoners. Mr. O'Connor declared the task will not end until after the war ends in all parts of the world. Food, medicine and clothing, in addition to that provided by the enemy, he said, are essential .to maintain the health of Americans in prison camps. Bucharest (JTA)—In the pres-1 Jewish journalist; and others, of a delegation from the ence ot a Federation of Jewish Communities in Rumania, the bodies of 126'Jews massacred by Germans and Hungarians in the township $ 25 N o7oo Y ?of %?$££&£ I ?n Mfc=L2 curing a larger membership and for increased educational activities on a nationwide scale was adopted by the American Council for Judaism at its annual conference, it was announced here, Lessing J. Rosenwald was reelected president of the organization. It was reported at the conference that the membership of the Council comes from more than 300 communities throughout the United States. Mr. Rosenwald, in his presidential address, reviewed the year's activities. Rabbi Elmer Berger, executive director, analyzed the situation that led to the formation of the Council and discussed its program. *5? York iK !" ..;t, ££. Tatshnvn in tho two of th e Jewish leaders called Leibowitz from Tatshovo. in the Carpathian section of Czechoslovakia, was deported, together with all Jews of the town, to Oswiecim last May when Carpathia was under Hungarian occupation % The number A-10311. by which he was known in the Oswiecim camp, is tatooed on his forearm. ARAB-JEWISH PROBLEM DISCUSSED IN ARABIA Washington (JTA)—President Roosevelt, at his press conference this week, revealed that he discussed the Arab-Jewish problem in Palestine not only with King a meeting of the community council and advised that it not be held since it might furnish ammunition for the anti-Semites who could spread stories about "Jewish gaiety and riches" and "Jewish balls with orchestras" etc. Their fears were a result of a concerted anti-Jewish campaign which has been waged by sections of the Maastricht press. Chief target of the attacks has been M. E. von Goldem, a Jew, who is secretary of Lieut.-Col. Schierman, chief of the Dutch Government's military mission here. City Counsellor Schrienmacher writing in the newspaper Veritas, a local daily, declared that he did not Ibn Saud, ruler of Saudi Arabia. but also with Prime Minister | object to von Geldern personally, Churchill. He gave no clue as to! but to the presence of a Jew on the nature of the discussions and the military staff. This was the their results. From authoritative sources, however, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned that no conclusions were reached with regard to the Palestine problem during the President's discussions with the Prime Minister and Ibn Saud. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. second published attack on von Geldern. New Work (JTA)—The American Jewish Conference has informed the American Jewish Committee that it cannot accept its invitation to an informal conference to consider the formulation of a unified Jewish post-war program. %  %  V



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1 PAGE TWELVE !" DAY, MARCH 9, These Workers Lead B nai Brith Drive Leaders in the Can:pc: members required to ccr.du ere: Marx Feir.be:e co-cha Miami Beach division; Ri League, who addressed 115 which launched '.he drive; ver aer.eral membership Set* Sholem lodge 5r.:: B'rith to enrol! LOOT new to exTensive war se:v.:e programs. Kclured. left to right I : .-e v ,-. divigjon; Judge Kenneth 0._I \ M..IS NERVINE D O ..KSI aerra make MI Wakffol. Craakr. Ke*::f*T Pr. Mil** Nr*ine K D Nn i -s 3 it at roar r_,r It* N :.... rectMBi a-r.j s~dirtcu :. This UARCO CASHIER Meses in Invoice m Rrvnpi ud reutns • COMPUTE ITEMIZLD BECOBO locked to ih* irssrblor. Call W. A. (Art) Caihon Ph. 3-6533, 109 N. E. 2nd St WANT MY MILK FRANCE PROTECTS JEWISH PROPERTY %  %  :. %  • • %  %  tors ai '• %  • %  r respoi iv and • s iheii • %  : iau nd I : Fii nee and Jus! • 5 and pi ri still in 1 y'sC nat for Jewi Affairs as i inder 1 rd nai i E Noer 14, : it not dea w ith : : %  til iti • Tl mestion '.', has • %  r thi Govt'i %  in %  nl w ibmil the thi C msultative AsmulRation. It is %  %  • %  n l It is how* ver. %  ficatioi .. re-. %  rj [property y Jev her egislal : BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.— el at VI i : !'. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Abraham Friedman will ofRabui Jacob Sodden, nui'M i-. "The Character -• \|. vemenL" Following Mr W lllam I.itt will be eptlon in the audlmmemnratlon of the Sabbath, Parsnas Ftahbl Max Shapiro will \\. Mai h Forward." Junior m. TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N. E ,3 th st. I%  11) ••' % %  • I sen et al Ribbi Saul Appelbaum will R Tl al liard FYee• l bv the follow l he MI < li M i nervli ea at U 1 i im will dlaeuM • • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM. MUN TV CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach. KabbalaS Pi da) evening, 5 P. m Loun Niier. T< Do With QerCantor Emanuel Barkan anil hai • .%  • % % %  al • .i m Rabbi rving Lehrman \\ill preach on the ,1 the i • -,••;. m io a. m Bible laxf oe held al p m. Mir., ha ti follow, mine at 8:15 a, m. ..al %  • m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Av| pvenlns Ice at 6tJ0 p in. nomine* aervlci • in will be Rabbi Jacob Soflden. who > p. m., • .-'..-• • s haarel ll i:,4."> S. W :!n! Si i" ev< %  .• nervlcei al l:4S %  i .,r 10 I 1 a. thi rs. The i\\ 'A • ; \. refreal Rabbi Simon April 111 speak %  %  • • Week Scl OBITUARi E s M MRS.BE LLA %  late Bholom s. hut,, T* d Ralph BchUftai • %  "" 1 !" > Bat fi M t.,.l, S.lu,,,, un^SHfjISj; iii dlrectoi In 'n j££ farten. Miami ,;. .t re \''a nU,?n "" r ln N *" Vor"!rtaJ the body waa gent bv the Pk3 Funeral home. "' n MRS. MELVINE SALZMAN Mrs. Melvme Saliman, SI who** InaMbun Be^cki hotel four a,,, H he had arrived here to visit htrm Hen a corporal in ih.Army, wiiTfi burled In Toledo Ohio h.-r *£?$ \ al*o is lurvtved t.\ da itthi r iin> ii "b'o. The body w.t, >..„•. toVJa by the Palmer nineral hnme. OTTO COHEN into Cohan. 58, died .-mMenlvSttB. : •lay ,.f a heart attack suffered at hk horn.-. I : irlld \w. Miami Bd7 I He came he.e six yeai nan fr.,m.\ ink an 1 wan In th.pr<.<| U r tarineaa. Burvlvon Include hin wife. &. ther, and %  eon, i ; %  %  ... ,,f oriiik I he body .< .-• • • ti N.W v„ r |, j. the Riveraide Memorial chapel to l final rites ami MANDEL LEVY Mandal Levy, (4, died in a local hospital. He waa a winter ttnitat from New York Cltv, i--:.|iiig at O i: S.m Marino Uriv., Miami Beat* i with his wife. The I%  <.-. :isnt New York by the Herdun KUMHI home. DAVID HENRY WEINSTEIN David Henr) Wi nateln, M, a Sank Florida pioneer ai jiiaai bustneaaman, ili.-ti Wednesday, M. I 88 He lived al I N E 34th St lt-.rn in i >,1. s-a !: .-he niisratd | to Key Weal In l--'. • %  • years afw | eominsT to this country. !!• ,-stiMisW a mercantile I Key Wat | where he lived will l wile and three children until th.v nmveJ Miami In P'14 H.-re be established a similar bulness on North Mi.m.l Ave. tha known as Avenue 1' He retired ttoj I.., • ago Surviving are a son. 1 M. Weia-1 stein, and two dauKh'.-rs. Mrs. Raj I. I>mls and Mrs T W Ue. al of Miami: nine (rrandchlldren Ui | thr.-.great *.''andi hlldr S.-rvlces were held at ilordcn I* neral home, with Rabl Max ihajMI of Reth Davl.l conatenation. of WBW Weinsteln was a mi and n" Saul R Ap|x-lbaum of Temi'le las* officiating. /A Guard \ ..: hi alth* and injury—la: ly pi : %  led r acthe inYour Income Tax Expe-t Advce Saves Money J. E. Marqua 7435 Co.lms Ave. Tax Specialist Phone 6-3364 GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Givtn I. D. Gilbreorth Pcrint Co. PHONE 30070 If No Answer Call 2-5" And Be Sure It i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMCX1ENI2ED Vitamin "D" Milk "MUk Product" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Out Farm at S200 N. W. 32nd Street I. ROSENGARTEN FURRIER PHONE 3-4591 118 S. MIAMI AVE. COLD STORAGE Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves 30 Years of Satisfied Customers FLOYD'S V s t OG-eve B-g Veu Ca —e-a See Van, Varieties 0* Rare T-ees 521 S. W. 42nd Are. Phone 4-3710 0EN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATLRDAY LatfM of B'nai Bnlh. The Joint DWJ %  Xppeal announced its 194S campatp 1 j" *? _Je $4..K)0,(K)0. Shown above wilh Henry %  ££ I r.phi, are Father Edward C. IhifL \JL, founder of Boys Town, and Cant M.• *m ipooa (center), Diatrict Chaplain of ""A,, ^ %  •al District, who apoke be/ore the *T^ 1>00 membera of the Metropolil*n w ^ attending the dinner.



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i PAGE SIX +Jmist>rfcrM&£L FRIDAY, MAta. l BEACH ZIONISTS TO HOLD DINNER "MR. EMMANUEL" (A Review) From across the Atlantic Ocean, from the British Two Cities Studios came the timely film Mi. Emmanuel" showing at the Lincoln, Miami and Capitol, March 14 15, 16. Its story is based on the one-time best-seller by Louis Miami Beach Zionist District will hold a dinner April 11 at 7 p. m. at the Victor hotel, Miami Beach, with Rabbi Israel Goldstein, president of the Zionist Organization of America, as guest-of-honor. The dinner will mark the organization's expansion drive, in which the Beach group is participating, and also the passing of the one thousand mark of the local group's membership roll. An elaborate program is being prepared for the evening, with Rabbi Goldstein, principal speaker. Outstanding musical talent from Philadelphia and New York will also participate. Rabbi Goldstein, one of the ou standing leaders of Jewry, has I tion'of a mighty nation. served as co-chairman of UJA and | „,„„ „„„i„,„„, f ;K s MISS BROTMAN TO SING IN BAYFRONT MRS. JACK COHEN MEETS WITH WORKERS Mis Jack Cohen, 1437 Meridian Miss Ruth Brotman. VOcaUK. M „„ Beach( a ma jor of (he women's division of the forthcoming Federation drive, held a gathering in her home last week to make plans for the organization of her group. Captains prewrre Mrs. Lionel Carpel, Mrs. Florence Craig, Mrs. Jennie Solaritz, Mrs, Harry Holland and Mrs I. G. Kobley. : .". :::.'T"i Chambcprepared for war—desperately tried to appease Hitler at any cost. So loud and undeniable was the slap in the face suffered by the British policy—the proverbial ostrich's attitude — that < veil ittee in charge. MARKOWITZ POST TO MEET MONDAY w i Veterans, The Jewish i Britain's own subjects dwelling „. jjarkowitt post, will in Germany were no longer ei .. ,, tin al e e th David Jjoying the privileges and protec:;,.,;,,,,,,... M ndaj even R Dr. LEGAL NOTICES UPA, and is rabbi of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun, the so These unpleasant Meunce Klein, com lander, wij. I, ,. | m( i ling, which win 25 new ii.i mix rs to the NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that •i le „. I .i. siring i" engage %  Hi, ii. tm,, us inline I S III SINESS SERVICE ft] r %  ., n,i. nil t.> register said with the Clerk of the Circuit i' int\ Florida. l:ii IIAUI AEHI ANTON POTOKAR, JR. MARX FEINBERO \• n(.j foi Appncanta. i i N.nl'i: IS HEREBY OIVEN that MI, dead Ing to engage In : IIPKI under tinfictitious name of tjOlM.I'H BARGAIN STORK at (ioi'LHS, i'i..\. Intendi to reglater Mild nai • with the Clerk of the Clrr 1 iade County, Florida. MBBY STERLING 1-16-23 BEACH YOUNGSTER DIES WEDNESDAY Seven-year-old Josef Henry Rosman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rosman, 1120 Pennsylvania Ave.. Miami Beach, dud Wednesday offer any protection in Na/i-GerjJ ^f.^ onthly motorcades f i m y L _, J 'convalescent servicemen. This Mr Emmanuel had wanted to W(l( k mcn stationed at the Tower help a poor Jewish refugee boy anii Nautilus hospitals will be to locate his mother in Germany. „ 1K ,^ K „f tne two groups, and So he hopefully started on a venf owmg ,| K tup, will be taken to ture to that country, filled only %  (h( Mlnml -y where they will I, served refreshments and witness a specially prepared program. ncss of his noble task and feeling -rcure with his British money shortly after he had been struck and Consular protection. His pain-1 by an automobile at Pennsylvania ful an d bitter experiences, the crcTrRHOOD SPONSOR Ave and 11th st onn flic nnci. uiuitiiiiiww k-** *r*jm**m Services in charge of Gordon Funeral home were held at 2 p. m. Thursday, with burial in Mt. Nebo cemetery. many humiliations and the possibility of unavoidable death which he barely escapes by sheer coincidence—form the main part of the interesting and unusual plot. "Mr. Emmanuel" strikingly reOF PASSOVER SADORIM WANTED Middle aged Jewish woman, observing kashrus, to be companion and do light house keeping for middle aged woman, year round. e wanted to do a good deed to Phone 5-1772. 826 Pennsylvania humanity. Ave. Beth David sisterhood is sponsoring Sadorim the first two evenings of Passover, to be held presents the tragedy of the "EterWednesday and Thursday. March nal Jew'' who. filled with the 2H and 29. in the auditorium. The best intentions and overbrimming affairs will be conducted by Rabwith love for his brethren is misbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abratreated and offended just because ham Friedman. Since the organization can cater to only 200. those wishing to attend are urged /> make their res< rvations early by calling the office, 2-1473. Titiv Mure War Bon Is. LAND (HUN DAIRIES BRINGS YOU Milk and Dairy Products Kosher for Passover PtDS^ *\U 5 Under the Supervision and Hasgacha of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach RABBI SIMON APRIL Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.. Miami Despite rigid war-time restrictions, man-power problems and inadequate supplies, we are pleased to again serve the Passover requirements of our Jewish patrons Phone 5-5537 Now! To Insure Your Requirements or order from route salesman NOTICE IS HEREBY c.ivEN that ralgned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol vi Ventures Syndicated and Mud VI Ventures %  '' 7 : N Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida Intend! to register said name with the cietk of the Cirri ,.f Dade County, Florida, .ill.i:s MARSHALL ZI88EN MILTON \ FRIEDMAN Vttoi ni-i for Applicant ? [6-23 .1 2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Is engaged In buslneaH under tlic fictitious name of JoHNSTBTT ECU MFG.. 107 N. K. !>t Avenue, Miami, Florida, and Intend to reglstei the said fictitious name In it fflce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida. N \T STETTNER PETER JOHNIDES XoTICE is HEREHY GIVEN that Hi. undi dealt ing to engage In nder i he fictitious name of I'.Kl. MORRIS APARTMENT HOTEL fil %  '.% % % %  \ venue, Miami Beach Intend • lei —;i.I name with the • the circuit i -..mt ,,f Dade Florida hi:i.l.\ OH'CK LEPKOW1TZ I'I W.\ <: it ipERSMITH Attorney foi Applicant :: 9 1623-30 I %  '. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring <•• engage In business under thifictitious name of Edward Jolles Insurance Agency at :i"l American National Bank Bldg., Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of th.circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida EDWARD JOLLES 3 9-16-23-! ; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tb.it Ihe undersigned, desiring to i mdi thi fictitious name of Rlvei di Beaut) Shop ;,t '•',", Weal r Street, Ml in I, Florida, Inter said name with the Clerk of th< rin ill i •.in t of i igde Co %  %  %  FI HELEN MANN Sole Owncl LEON KAPLAN Attoi i fo .-. an i s FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN Waterproofinq-Paintinq by Best Mechanics CALL 3-5091 J. C. SMITH 53 N. W. 23rd St. co. „, „ N V: ^K* 1 offljl Florida. Intend,! to ,!''** >SI with the Clerk i.f ih?; 1 ""!!? I Hide County, Florid, By OAM> .:,. i'i BEAR rooSntm* I New Jersey tv,,^"*** r SAM. •,.:,: .pft&r NOTICE IS IllOP.EBTnn. e undersl K „.-ade County, Fl„rMi**l GEORGE I.EVINT 2/9-16-2J 3/2-9 •" %  IN COUNTY JUDGES 1 DADE COUNTY. FLORID* k No, 1 RE: ESTATE OF FIUW .1 BATCHEUiR I >..nN W NOTICE OP INTENTION TOLAPPLICATION F"R FIXAl DISCIIARCE NOTICE Is hereby ,i v n tktl have filed my final report aril i tlon for Final Discharge u EHM of the estate ..f FRANK M Bltl CHEI-OR. deceased; and trutt,. 19 day of March. : M'. -j:: a-ji,, the HonornbbW F ltbntnn Cm Judge of Dade County, FVrih. i approval of said final rpnrt ull final discharge a* Kwutrlj effa Estate of PRANK M llATfHQIll deceased. This 14 dav of February ms OBRTRCDE A HATfHEUI Executrix of the K,ti' FRANK M HATCHEL01 MAX R. SILVER Attornev for Executrix. 2'16-23 3'2-9 PASSOVERS A TRADITION! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN Matxoht Marioh M*al Call* Meal Egg Matrohi Forfl Potato Paiicakt Mix "••'If • .cere of ,.g. r .r Pauover prod.ct, fof *0ce holiday siessif "Ano's'AL'-BfiSfe. m IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUr IN AND FOR DADE COuml FLORIDA.—IN PROBATE. No 16915 in Re: ESTATE <-F Al'RA ABU| I icce.'ised. To All Creditors and All PersoniB Ing Claims ••: Ivtnandi Kaid Estate: You. and each of you, art I notified and required to l claims and demandi which m,l either of you, may have agataal %  state of ADR A ABRAM8 (! %  late of Dade County, Florida, to* Hon. w. F. Blanton. County Jatd Dade County, and I thesumil office In the County CnurthaJ Dmde County. Florida, withinjg calendar months from the daleI first publication h• %  '. S -"I fl-mands to contali the, legal i of the claimant and tn be ate Pebruan A n IH. THOMAS JOSEPH r.VB)J As Bxecutoi of n '. -• jyjr Testament of ADRA ABR I ic.c:is..,l MAX It. SILVER Attornev for Bx< 'Utor. 1 23 3'2-9-16 ^^^___ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COWj IN AND FOR DADE COU*" FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. In Re: ESTATE'oP ROBBRT^ LACE wniin. r> • -•'. NOTICE TO .'i:i:i>lT0R> To All C-.-Mtors ami Ml P'-rsor'taj Ing Claims or nemandl ••*" Raid Estate: Tou, ami each of you, arei ••otifie,| and required to i'""* !" '. claims and demands which >• ••Ither of von mai have """SJ satate of ROBERT "AU*< %  *! d.cased lat.of DADEf^JjKJ Ida, to the Hon. W F. ," V,' Countv Judge of I >;"!•• f'""': file the same In hi""''%Countv Courthouse In Part' Florida, within eight calendar Tfrom the date of the first P""" hereof. Said claims or demand*" tain the legal address "f the "., and to be sworn to ind P r _"'|T| aforesaid, or same wlllJW Mow Section 120 of the 1M3 f^ 0 !" I>nte February Dl A „,, „'iVP. WALLACE l'K' I \\ f mi. As Executor of t'"'*!'-".!] Testament of ROBERT %  LACE WOOD. I>eoeased MAX R SILVER. Attornev for Executor. S/2-9-I6-2S —' NOTICE OF APPLICATION r* TAX DEED Chipter 20-22-Acts of <' File A *<" vFN .1 NOTICE IS HEREBY "'^vsfl Mae Mahody holder of XgTgBlgT Miami Tax Certificate N^ '.^ gj the 6th day of July. A !• %  ^.giL filed same In my office. .''"Sgyl application for a tax <"ed t' g| thereon. Said CertlflcaM m % | fallowing described P rnp 'S-(g,l County of Dade. State of rsford Highlands. Second -^'" T ,,n| Rook Pace 103. In the^ 0 North Miami. County of i— of Florida ^..i pftM The assessment of ",.. ill under the -aid certlfl''l w tin me of: r. B. CrumP „ *r Cnles, said cerHflea ,tL \,f deemed according to • ^ &'. erty described therein '',, l the highest bidder at <"'.. ,y *2I door on the first M'-nda* '" jo* *l of April. 19. which l I of April. 1945. VUgSgM Clerk of Circuit CounCounty. Florid*(Circuit Court £% H xaoS. C I S/2-I-16-2J



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MDAY. MARCH 9, 1945 +Jewisl>ffcrSctkHn PAGE ELEVEN SPEND YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAYS at the HOTEL LA FAYETTE 944 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA KOSHER CUISINE The Nash family, owners of the Nash Hotel, now operating the dining room SID'S DELICATESSEN RESTAURANT Serving Breakfast. Luncheon. Dinner at Popular Prices Lunches prepared To Take Out Delicious Food, Efficient Service Pleasant Atmoephere, Let Ui Do Your Catering 1551 S. W. Eighth Street Sandwiches Wine Beer Phone 3-7639 ALLAS AATHENA 224 W. Flagler St. Open Daily From 12 Noon Until 10 P. M. THE MOST UNIQUE RESTAURANT IN COSMOPOLITAN MIAMI Exclusively Grecian Cuisine for Discriminating Epicureans TERRORIST SUSPECTS MOVED TO CA RTHAGE Jerusalem (JTA)—The 279 Jewish terrorist suspects who have been confined in an interment camp in Eritrea have been moved to Carthage in the Sudan, where they are living in a former RAF camp, it was announced here. The announcement also disclosed that a committee consisting of Major J. J. Evers, director of Army Welfare; Dr. W. K. Bigger, deputy chief of the Medical Services; J. S. Bentwich, Assistant Director of Police, will shortly visit the Sudan camp to check on the living conditions of the refugees and the educational and occupational facilities afforded them. MEDICAL JOURNAL IS JUST OFF THE PRESS RjESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastrie* N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 S&£YOU AT coi-uns IrflmEfii 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 IX Noon Dinner Served From 5 To 10 P. M bpen 7 AM. to 3 A.M. Air Conditioned OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M S undays From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. OR BUS M-7I FROM MIAMI BEACH TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT W5 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 6-6478 SERVING THE FINEST OF FOODS Breakfast — Luncheon — Full Courte Dinner Reasonable Pricee OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 9 A.M. TILL 9 P.M.-INCLUDING SUNDAY Volume 11, 1944 of Harofe Haivri, Hebrew Medical Journal, published for the last seventeen years under the editorship of Dr. Moses Einhorn of New York City is off the press. Its contents are not confined to technical medical topics, but are divided into several sections covering a variety of related subjects. The latest issue contains among the subjects Cesarean Section, Malaria in Public Health, Stricture of the Rectum, Cancer of j the Skin, and the Painless and | Bloodless Treatment of Calcified Bursitis. Under the heading Jews and Health, Dr. L. Wulman, leader of the OSE in Poland and founder and organizer of the American branch of the OSE, presents a article entitled "OSE—Its Achievements and Plans for the Post-War Period." The OSE originated in Leningrad, Russia, in the year 1912, and derives its name from the initials of the Russian words Oschestvo Zdravoochranenia Evreev, which mean "Society for Safeguarding the Health of the Jews." The Hebrew Medical Journal has devoted much of its attention to the advancement of Hebrew medical literature and in this issue Dr. Gershon Ginzburg i contributes an article on normal | histology in relation to Hebrew medical terminology, and Dr. Leon Golden, Hebrew philologist, presents a dictionary of 600 new medical terms. The book review section of this issue contains a detailed review by Prof. Alexander Marx of Dr. Harry FriedenwalcTs book "The Jews in Medicine," published by the Institute of the History of Medicine of the Johns Hopkins University. With the passing of the years, this journal with its extensive material and prominent contributors has maintained its high standard of service to the medical profession, and has won the esteem of doctors and laymen throughout the world. Its contents are available to every reader, with an English section containing complete translations of all the Hebrew articles. Those who desire information of any sort, or who wish to subscribe, should communicate with The Hebrew Medical Journal. 983 Park Avenue, New York 28. N. Y. Washington At 10th St. NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC UcUei MtoJt, Miami Beach DINING ROOM Strictly Kosher Meals "W3 Reasonable Rates For Reservation Phone 58-2341 M B t. S. Handel, M. Oelford and Fay Levlne of Spring Valley. N. Y. FLAMINGO KOSHER RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN Sa,.dw.ches DE LUXE DINNERS Luncheon 743 Washington Ave., M. B. Phone 58-2902 MAKE RESERVATION NOW FOR SEDAR SERVICES REVLINiToTF Collins Ave. at L 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 58-36 JEWS OF CANADA FOR MAJOR RACIAL GROUP Ottawa (JTA)—Canadians of Jewish origin form one of the major racial groups of Canada, says a statement released here by the Department of War Services, Citizenship Division. According to the 1941 census there were 170,241 Jews ln .. th 1 e K D ?fi minion as compared with 15b.7Zo in 1931, when the last census was taken Until 1901 the number of persons of Jewish origin in Canada was comparatively small. lne Jewish population began to increase at the beginning of the twentieth century. In 1901 there were in Canada 16,131 persons of Jewish faith, m 1911. 75.681, in 1921, 126,196 and in 1931. 156,726. ^__^__ LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE la hereby given that the partnership lately m.b B istln K between th umli-rslKned DAV */ liOtiuaA.i ami HUGO 7.ETTEKGKEN. carrylnK ?m the buln* as the MIRAMAR ("-STU-RVNT at 124-126 Fifth Street. Miami Reach. Florida, Dade County, was on the 3rd day of March. 194... dissolved by mutual consent, and that the business In future will be carried on between said HUOO ZETTERfjREN alone, who will pay and dlscharee all debts and liabilities and receive all moneys payable to the said late rm. nAVls ooonMAN HUOO ZETTKROREN SILVER, KAPLAN AND DIETZ Attorneys 3/9-16 DRINK P_r Wto CCLIVfKCfi % [} •„ HCMt IALUN eon:.i C*


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PUnDAY, MAR CH 9, 1945 vJewisMcrMian PAGE THREE Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff Observe Tenth Anniversary Rnhhl a nd Mrs. Moses Mesch 5o are observing their 10th anniversary this week. be guests-of-honor at wedding They wi reception tendered them by the congregation, Saturday evening at Beth Jacob I Washington Ave.. •TfluWacob synagogue Miami Beach. 301 them. Rabbi Mescheloff came here to accept the pulpit of Beth Jacob eight years ago, bringing with him his wife, the former Magna Schonfeld, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Lazar Schonfeld, of New York. The couple were married Friei Is of the congregation and members of the community will pay respects and rabbis of the Greater Miami area and leaders of the area will bring greetings. On Sunday afternoon, Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff will hold open house from 2 to 6 p. m. in their home, 711 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach. They have invited their friends and acquaintances to observe the occasion with March 12, 1935 and have two children, Remah and Ephriam. Rabbi Mescheloff is a magna cum laude graduate of City College in New York, a member of Phi Beta Kappa fraternity, and a graduate of the Yeshiva college of New York. He is co-editor of the Annual Sermon Manual of the Rabbinical Council of America. HOME FOR AGED HOLDS OPEN HOUSE Over 300 guests visited the Jewish Home for the Aged at the open house held last Sunday. A banquet for the board of directors followed. Daniel Broad acted as toastmaster. The main address of the evening was delivered by Alfred B. Rosenstein, president, who pledged his support to the board of directors. Announcement was made that a sisterhood for the Home is in the process of formation. A strictly Kosher Sedar is being held for the two Passover nights for members and friends. Reservations are now being accepted at the Home or with the officers. Open house will again be held this Sunday. The committee serving as hostesses include Mesdamcs M. Greenberg, Daniel Broad, J. Gluck and Alfred B. Rosenstein. PYTHIAN SISTERS TO HOLD INITIATION Miami Beach Temple No. 43, Pythian Sisters, will have initiation at their next meeting, Tuesday evening, March 13, at 8:30 p. m., at their regular meeting hall, 617 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Members whose birthdays are in March will be honored after the meeting. CARDIAC HOME IN ANNUAL LUNCHEON Dade Chapter National Children' Cardiac Home announces that on Wednesday, March 14, 12:30 p. m., their annual Donor Luncheon will be given at the Mocamba. 23rd St. and Ocean Drive. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, chairman, at 5-3936. "... a nd I'll live like a princess in a house that runs like magic. X have a wonderful pom-war dream. 'Tm always freah as a daisy, pretty as a picture...and housekeeping—in my new all-Gas home of the future—seems like play! "I work in a kitchen that's cool, clean, free from cooking odors... where, with no trouble at all, I turn out dishes that make my family want to hug me. For my new Certified Performance Gas range is amazingly efficient—with heat controls so accurate they cut out all sorts of work and watching ... save food values and cooking time 1 "I open my magic Gas refrigerator ...my silent store room...and what do I see? ... All kinds of foods, meats, vegetables, even frozen foods...Yes, special cooling units THf HACK KAMI THAT WILL UIGHTEN keep them fresh longer, save hours of marketing time. "I turn on my permanent 'hot springs'...and an automatic Gas water-heating system gives me oceans of hot water whenever I want it "Why even the weather is mine for the asking...for my new Gas air-conditioning system gives me luxurious warmth in January, mountain coolness in July!" Dream on, lady...For tomorrow these and other miracles of comfort will be brought to you by the tiny blue Gas flame... the flame that cools as well as heats. You can speed that day by using Gas wisely... and by saving for your home of the future with every War Bond you can buy. YOU* funmi GAS PEOPLES COMPANY BEACH LODGE LADIES IN DONOR DINNER Miami Beach Temple No. 43, Pythian Sisters have completed arrangements for a Benefit Donor Dinner to be given Sunday evening, March 18, at 7 p. m., at "Jimmie's on the Trail," under the chairmanship of Lydia Rubin, with Rose Snyder as co-chairman. All reservations must be made by the next regular meeting, held on Tuesday evening, March 1? 8:30 p. m., at 617 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. DR. WISE TO ADDRESS THE SPINOZA FORUM Dr. Stephen S. Wise will address the Spinoza Forum, this Saturday afternoon, 3 p. m.. under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th St., between Collins, Ave. and Ocean Drive, Miami j Beach. Two hundred additional seats have been added. Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. Dr. Morris Schneer will give the sixth leeI ture in the series of "Know Thy-; self." Joseph L. Tepper of Wash-, ington and Miami is chairman. Hollywood Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdale JEWISH REGISTRANTS NOT TO BE IND UCTED Nat Roth, member of the Greater Miami Army and Navy committee, Thursday morning received a communication from the State of Florida selective service headquarters at St. Augustine dated March 9 and notifying all local boards regarding the forwarding of registrants of Jewish faith during the Passover holidays. The directive, signed by Lt. Col. H. E. Couchman, state occupational adviser, read as follows: "Due to the Jewish Passover holidays, no registrants professing the Jewish faith will be forwarded for induction or pre-induction on March 27. 28 or 29. If any call for either induction or pre-induction falls on one of these days, the forwarding of these registrants of the Jewish faith wilt be postponed and they will be forwarded on Friday, March 30. When the number to be so handled is ascertained, you should advise the local transportation representatives regarding same." Buy More War Bonds. Buy More War Bonds. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING Miami Beach Hardware & Appliance Corp. 539 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH Operated by Phil Salmon CARRYING A FULL LINE OF HARDWARE. TOOLS. PLUMBING SUPPLIES. PAINTS AND CHINAWARE PHONE 5-5282 Manhattan Distributors As a Service to the Jewish Community Proudly Announce the Bottlinq and Distribution of Lebanon Wine KOSHER FOR PASSOVER nos 1 ? 1^3 Under the Rabbinical supervision of RABBI SIMON APRIL Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong., Miami RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Cong.. Miami Beach t t Ask For Lebanon" BOTTLED BY Manhattan Distributors 1536 N. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 3-8641 I



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+Jeistrk*Mia[L PAGE SIX BEACH ZIONISTS I ^FE^" fSS SBMSSBOR TO HOLD DINNER A Be !" w > gamzation-s expans,on drive, in Ki~ pre-war Nazi-germany, parad. I which the Beach group is particiZ nS £a 'teful t 1938 when pating. and also the passing ol ;. • | ie r-unA tinOHO thousand mark 01 the DreDare< j .... war desperately mitte< local group's membership roll. ; .,, Hi ,i er a any I T t /vlMT7 "' Dn (; T Anelaborate program is being s | e was MARKOWITZ POb I BEACH YOUNGSTER DIES WEDNESDAY Mr En-.mai ... I wanted ti ., eki men sta I p r Ji %  rel igee boy and Nau1 1S in Gi rmany %  •-. • %  ;. %  • .. %  ns and the possi.. ... .. n struck a > Consular protection His pain.. ar ttei expei A-., and llth Si Service* %  -...;. : >'.• %  •. % %  -.". t 2 i :• %  rhursday, with ...: Ni. .. SISTERHOOD SPONSOR OF PASSOVER SADORIM ..-. i • bj sheer co. n I t B< th David sist< rl I is spon. nteresting nd unusui plol soring S I first i Mr. E strikingly rei Pass ver, 1 WANTED Middla saeci Jewish w.'-an observing kashrus to be companion and do light houM keeping tor middle agsd woman year round. Phone 5 ;-": ?:e Pennsrlvuua Ave .... ....,_. ..... .... ... .V .V. .... .... .. %  %  • %  %  .. ; nd Thurs M -..'.I with the 2 M • v. %  :•:/ res lions bj 2-1473 LANDO'SUN DAIRIES BRINGS YOU Milk and Dairy Products Kosher for Passover "S 1Cf*2 Vr.^e: -j;e S _?*.-•-_-.o=r.i Hascjocfea ot RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF 5*i rOCoh :.--CT*_ : ; V_=u Sec:h RABBI SIMON APRIL Misrai >wtsi Cricicx C;=;;. MkfltJ Despite rigid war-time restrictions, man-power problems and Inadequate supplies, we are pleased to again serve the Passover requirements of our Jewish patrons Phone 5-5537 Now To Insure Your Requirements I or order from route salesman FRIDAY, MARCH 9 MRS. JACK COHEN MEETS WITH WORKERS LEG Nonce Mrs Jack Cohen, 1437 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, a major of ie women's division of the forthcoming Federation drive, held a gathering in her home last week ike plans for the organization of her group. Captains prewere Mrs. ponel Carpel. ~lBSSnSn1Xri£*-~ Mrs Florence Craig, Mrs. Jennie 2/9-16-23 i/2-9 A "" llr ''tritz, Mrs Harry Holland and 1 Mrs 1. G Kobll v. CO. l S2 N. K S G 0cU Florida, Intends t„ r.-V../"' *2 with the Clark of ih^l",* 1 ^ lUO REAR F' (OD RTni 11 HV SAMl/El.' TOigS^.' MYERS HK.MAN LEGAL NOTICES N %  %  IS HEREBY CJIVBN that d< siring to engage • •>.. li tltloUl name • s t Id SINKS.-SERVICE at Inti nd to reglstar said rh of the Circuit County, Florida. HARD AEBI AN ox POTOKAR, JR. ERO Uturwy I ."its. NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVBN that desiring t" engage In • %  %  ..'••: u" n:ime of tRGAIN BTORE at ) \ ntendl to r.-Kiiter • rk ,.f the Clr: |i County, Florlda. V g rERLINO I S ICE is HEREBY QIVEN that to engage the fl,-tltiou name and Mad : S Miami Avenue. nda to register • • %  • 'K ,.f the Cir"ounty, Florida. : %  % % % %  ~\\ M.I. ZI8SEN •\ v FRIEDMAN %  App ''.vnt 16-23 S NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that ilgned It ..ricaced In buelflctll .* name of L'R MFO 107 N. E 1st An v %  PI 'I In. and Ineglstei th said flctltloua %  of the Clerk of the f Dade C inty, I-lorlda. N \T STETTNER ER JoHNIDES I j ;. v • BY QIVEN that .:ate In -.fictitious naiM <>f kRTMENT HI 'TKl. '.' -••-.. \. ith the It Court of Dade %  \ RUTK I.F>"K"W1TZ %  LSM %  • %  H LEI V OIVEN the underslgm • • • thi tltl li %  one of ea : v %  Nal % %  ....... \ %  \-o\ .v ,. %  U • It • M • %  • % f the • MANN .v FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN Waterproofing-Painting by Best Mechanics CALL 3-5091 I. C. SMITH S3 N. W. 23rd St. HOROWirZ-MARGARETlN Marions Motion Mtol Cakt Meal Eg? Matxeki Forf| rotafo PaRcake Mil H—*r • icr. d „^ r j #r P.ii.v.r ,r,4.tH fft.f m + %  o.c. ..IM.., Mlll | : uted Bv 0 M N W: I3,h st. NOTICE IS HEl'.BnTOn^r* he undersigns. ,,, ril ]' 'EN g, In business under the }K,, •* of Hotel Robert, TM|n r ,'V"* 51 register said name h ?J n **t\ gSrtST 80 %  'ASSy MAX I.ITWIV MORRIS I'V/FR DIANA C(K)I-KltSM:TH Attorney f,,r Applicant. 2 16-23 3/2-9-16 [ ""ant River Drive at Miami Vl^Jjl to r.-glster snid name • k ..."Sjl of the Circuit Court of DJJ "QSJI Florida. %  %  I 8 STBCat 1st Avenue Intende to r-n w 1\ name with the Clerk of th. rtSI Court of Dade County Florida.^*! imaiir ,EV,NE RE: ESTATE I p PRAM 1 BATCHEIXHt. 1 ,-i H NOTICE OF INTK\T:..N TO larJ APPLICATION y,.n FINAL 1 DISCHARGE %  NOTICE Is hereby rW n iui]l have nieil my final report a-d t*I tlon for Final I. harge U Eiwal of the estate of FRANK M B.tt.1 CHEIX>R, deeeaaed and that'oTil 19 day of March IJ4S, will apph;*| the Honorable \\ p Hl.mtnn. r m l Judge of I>ade .' inty, F!i-idl7||l approval of sal.I report nil final dlacharre Ezecutrli of kl Estate of FRANK M liATrHQOU deceased. This 14 day of February :is OERTRCDE \ I • AToHELOl Exe-utrijt of the Kstit. i FRANK" M I \ T-HEL.-IR. MAX R SILVER Attorney for Eie .--Ix 16-23 3 :-? IN THE COUNTY JL DOE'S COUKfl IN AND FOR DADE COUNTt,! FLORIDA.—IN PROBATE. N< In Re: ESTATE OF ADRA ABRARl I'e ceased. To All Creditors and All PerMniM lng Claims odl ApUl ild Estate: You. and each of J B, .'* beralfl notified and required t > prnt l claims and derr.a!.!which yon, fl either of you. ma> have agiinitfel estate of ADRA Al RAMS d*all late of Pade f la. itH H..n W. F Blantoi :• %  J;6nlf I>ade County, and I • %  -ime klf • fflea in the •' •' "jrtlwW I County. F • within calendar monthfl %  date oft -• publication kMj demands t •! • f the claimant • sworiW resented ., or %  barred See lion iMofH Act. Data F. ISI ': _. THOMAS %  %  RASIBOL As i:< %  • v ; *l Testan ':\ A!'R-| Dec.-..-' MAX R SII.\ Attorney for K\ : :• %  S 2-9-16 ^^ IN THE COUNTY J,. DGE'S COWJI IN AND FOR DADE C0U1it| FLORIDA.— IN PROBATE. v %  %  • i -, In Re ESTATE OF R 'FlERT | LACE \t nop. r> • NOTICE -OR.' To All S i-r Clai%  or 1 H ***% Raid Estate: v Tou. and each of you are • • '-d and req %  | |en %  i %  • ..; %  %  • %  •of ROBERT W ILIA" >-i-wl late of Vf fiJM the Hon W F M -^ T 5I Countv Judge of Dad. %  % %  file the same In I %  •"';•* !" 1 "on n t v C • -:' i I '• %  >j' l !" Florida, within eight .->nir" from the date of thi I rfl ruWJ hereo' S-^ld claim. • r .le-njnM'•' %  tain the legal all--' "" :,J. and to he sw-orn to ind V\SSr i' -eald. or same will he Mrrei. Section It* of the I9M rmbt *" Pate F>hHir.tl *•?,' %  I WALLACE BE1.L 'Vjl As Executor of t-e Ut w ^.l Testament of P..'PERT J I-ACE Wnop. r-e<-een. MAX R SILVER. Attorney for Executor. > 2-9-16-23 NOTICE OF APPLICATION f* I TAX DEEO Chapter nm-Acti of 1W FA WJ mvftfanl NOTICE IS HERFFT W !" ?fM V,e Mahod?holder of Tcwri J^l Miami Tai Certlf'Ote No •", |gl the ith dar of Julv. A P '" filed same In mr oftVe .| application for a ti <"* rejl thereon Said Certificate emora ^m •olfc^wing described : : ,"_,-ii. P| ty of r>ade. State of r*^" m H „. ^ i. o*l '• %  ••"""• .^Sts*' H'..hl*nd. 9kv Bonk I Pate 13. in "?^ jt N r*t, Miami. County "f r* <-f Ptortda ... r twa The assessmert •' > u| under the —Ui esrtin "" I name of c, B C-ump ., M PI .Id ewtlflcaW "% %  %  VnV teemed aoccrd'nc • •** ^ nHH •-•v described theretr ';. jr1 |*JI the hkrht bid .kfa^Jj Clerk of Circuited P Coaaty. Ftorlia. Ctrcalt Court ^^QMSSOS. tt J J--l-l L. M



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)AY, MARCH 9, 1945 'Jenisti /tor Mian PAGE SEVEN TER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation QI the Jewieh Weliare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service, SERVICE PARADE! ROBERT RICHTER HLLED FACTION Robert Richter has been h in action in the Philippines. i the Dar department notified his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Richter, 4666 N. Bay Rd., Miami Beach, Thursday. Lt. Richter. a ; member of the firm of the Richter Jewelry Co. before he entered the Army as a ban four years ago, had t, in the South Pacific with (infantry division, seeing aci at Guadalcanal and Bougain!id before the drive on Philippines began. _n addition to his parents, he Eii vivid by his wife, Mrs. Aril Richter, and a son, Scott tan Richter, whom ,he never I; -two brothers, -iAlvin 'C..' en |te home on a Navy furlough m Norfolk, Va., and Dan M., entlv released from the Navy, jister, Miss Shirley Richter. is %  Miami. Lt. Harry Touby, son of Mr. and fe, Louis Touby, 669 N. W. jhth St., graduate of University [Florida, is assistant aircraft lintenance officer at Lakeland nv air field. Flight Officer Kenneth Mark yerson is home on leave visithis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. JMeyerson, 622 15th St., Miami IBCI alter his recent graduaIn from the AAF bombardier tool at Carlsbad. N. W. J>vt. Harold P. Edelstein, son [Mi. and Mrs. Henry Edlestein, \. E. 79th St., Miami, was ently awarded the Good Conlet Medal for service with the ih Armored division of the \\< nth army in France. Pvt. Edelstein has been in the my since July, 1943, and has en serving in France with the, rth Armored division's 500th Snored Field Artillery battalion See October, 1944. %  Having recovered from wounds Iffered Dec. 19 in action in Geranv. Pvt. Harry Polance, 36, S. W. 13th Ave., has been reBstd from a hospital in Engjid for further duty. [Member of an infantry init, le Miamian was struck by a lortai shell. His wife, Mrs. Retcea Polance, lives at the home Idress. He entered the service May. 1943. PVT. ED. ABRAMS WRITES HIS FATHER [Jacob K. Kunkel, 776 N. W. Ith St., promoted to technical Iryiant in the Philippines, where f serves with an AAF service pmand unit. Graduate of Mini Senior High school, he has pen overseas 19 months. 'iic (1 for making hazardous volntary flights in the interest of ivancement of aviation medine, Lt. Ralph E. Kirsch. Miami, fecently received a letter of commendation at the Naval Air Staon at 1'ensacola. [As a flight surgeon attached" a photographic squadron opfating in the Pacific area. Lt. (.lrsch made valuable observaons under fire, and by special phniques of his own devising, emonstrated the important phylologieal changes brought about b such flight circumstances, the ptation said. Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Mrsch, 1260 Collins Ave.. Miami Peach, Lt. Kirsch saw action in ne Marshall islands, at Guam nd at Saipan. His wife is the ormer Barbara Finestone, Safety larbor. Capt. Maurice OroVits, 27, % warded the Bronze Star for acpn on D-day in France, visited I's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. p-ovitz. 1340 Collins Ave.. Mini Beach, on a 15-day leave. e served 31 months in the Eurolean area as an AAF flight conTol officer. Attached to a troop carrier t'ng, he served in England, franco, Belgium, Italy and Afr, a: wears the ETO ribbon with £}en battle stars. He expects to ^iurn to overseas duty. Dr. Marc U. Abrams, 1605 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, received a letter from his son Edward. A private, the boy entered the service last April and has been overseas for six months. He has been wounded twice—the first time on D-Day in France. A cousin, A. Paetro, 1242 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, forwarded the letter to the Service Page and it is reprinted below. Belgium, Sunday, Feb. 11. Dearest Momsie & Pop: Will try to make this letter a continuation of mine of the night before last. You will recall 'that I made mention at that time of my hopes of finding a restaurant where my friends and I could satiate our appetites for steak. Immediately after I mailed that note we went out and afer diligen. inquiries and search we located just what we were looking for. Not only did we order steaks and frenchies; but also "fresh eggs," thp first I've had since arriving on this side of the ocean. I can't begin to describe to you how I embellished each luscious bite of the eggs with expressions of sheer ecstacy. We ordered over again and although it cost us a small fortune, we had our longsought for dishes. Gosh, those eggs were like passports to Heaven—that's how good they tasted, not to mention the steak. To give you an idea of what food costs here, a small steak dinner costs 90 francs ($2.05) and two eggs 40 francs (85c). But we don't bother about costs over here. I must relate an incident that occurred yesterday which I know will delight you. While walking downtown on my way to the G.I. movie with three friends, I was suddenly accosted by a civilian who walked up to me and asked me if I spoke Jewish (he asked me in Jewish). The surprise with which I was struck held me speechless for a moment, but when I recovered I went into a lengthy conversation with him. You can imagine how pleased I was to find one of our own race still alive after all the years of German occupation. He was a most charming chap, a bit ragged, but most insistent that I come over to his house today for a good old fashioned Jewish meal, including potatoe "latkas." I went to his house at noon today and he and his wife and 13 year old son treated me to a grand feast of pickled herring and onions, chicken soup with noodles, meat, mashed potatoes, and carrots, apple sauce, bread and tea. Knowing food conditions here, I bet they must have spent a month's ration points for that meal, but you know how futile are protests to our people in the face of their determination to treat their own sumptuously no matter how hard their lot may be. After dinner we spoke for quite a few hours and I learned their whole said history. We conversed all in German or Yiddish, as I couldn't begin to cope with their French. They both originally came from Poland 15 years ago and settled here, where he set up a nice, small business. When the German came in, naturally they lost everything and were only alive today through the kindness and generosity of friends who hid them from the Heinies. At present, they say there are only three Jewish families left in this sizeable town. They eke out a meagre existence now. Today the husband and son went down to visit the U. S. Army chaplain (Jewish), and were most excited as it was the first time in almost five years that they had been able to have the benefit of a rabbi. We really conversed for three hours and covered almost Leonard R. Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen, 940 Jefferson Ave., promoted to sergeant at an Eighth AAF B-24 station in England, where he is repair and maintenance man. Irwin L. Alper. 1614 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, has been promoted to corporal at Great Falls, Mont., where he is on duty with the Seventh Ferrying Group. REGISTRATION BOOKS TO OPEN MARCH 12 MARCIE COVERMAN RECEIVES CITATION Mrs. Marcie Coverman has received a copy of the citation awarded her husband, Pfc. Hy Coverman, now in France announcing also the award of a bronze Oak Leaf Cluster for wear with the Bronze Star previously received. Mrs. Coverman is now residing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman, of 1421 N. W. 1st St. The citation reads: "Private First Class Hyman D. Coverman, 32196529, 120th Infantry Regiment, United States Army, is awarded a bronze Oak Leaf Clus-* ter, for wear with the Bronze Star previously awarded, for heroic achievement in action on 28 November 1944, in Germany. Private Coverman distinguished himself as a member of an ammunition and pioneer platoon during an attack on an enemy held town. After the town "had been partially captured, Private Coverman and other members of his platoon were assigned the mission of laying mines on the bridge which spanned a river on the outskirts of the town. Before the bridge could be reached, enemy fire became so severe that every man was ordered to stay under cover. However, in spite of this fire, Private Coverman and his comrades went out under cover of darkness and successfully accomplished their mission of laying mines. The courage and determination displayed by Private Coverman on. this occasion were an outstanding example of devotion to duty, and reflect high credit on himself and the Armed Forces." Registration books for the coming city commission election will be opened March 12 at the city hall, City Clerk Frank J. Kelly said Wednesday. Registration and election dates follow: March 12 to 24—registration in progress at city hall. March 17—last day for candidates to qualify. March 27 to 31—registration books open in precincts. April 4 to 10 — registration books reopened at city hall. April 16 to 27—absentee ballots may be cast in clerk's office. May 1—primary election. May 8—regular election. May 10—commissioners take office at noon. MISS DE KOVEN NEW HEAD OF GIRLS who AJC BOARD MEETS WITH MRS. SHERRY Executive board of the Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, met March 2 at the home of Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. Guest of honor was Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, national president of the organization. It was announced that 417 persons attended the annual Victory Donor Luncheon at the Latin Quarter. Mrs. Joseph Rose, chairman of the luncheon, was assisted by Mrs. A. E. Wolfe, co-chairman. Miss Mitzi DeKoven, was recently installed as president of the new-rly organized chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls at a meeting in the 3 home of Missj Nancy Russack.l 903 W. 46th St.,1 Miami Beach.j Miss DeKovenl announced plansj for the ensuing' year are now in the process ofj^. formation. PIONEER WOMEN TO HOLD DONOR DINNER Pioneer Women of Greater Miami have completed arrangements for their sixth annual donor dinner to be held Sunday, March 18. at 6 : 30 p. m. in the Beth David auditorium. A musical program will be presented, featuring Miss Ruth Brotman and Cantor Abraham Friedman. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Mrs. Miriam Gingold of Chicago will speak. Mrs. Henry Seitlin is chairman of the affair. Reservations may be secured by calling 2-3947 or 4-4034. Dr. Irving Alberts, formerly a practising physician at 1456 Washington Ave., now is a major in the army medical corps at Rheims, France. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alberts, 1037 Michigan Ave. His two sisters, Mrs. Neal Magoon and Mrs. Sonia Heiden, also live here. There is another son who is a sergeant on duty as a meteorologist in Panama. Private Harriet Lillian Kletsky. daughter of Mrs. Sadie Kletsky, 1017 Jefferson Ave., who has been stationed at the third training center of the WAC at Fort Ogjethorpe, Ga„ has been assigned to 272 AAF base unit at Topeka, Kan. Miss Phyllis A. Kohn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kohn, 600 W. 45th St., Miami Beach, enlisted recently in the WAC. A graduate of Miami Beach high school, she has been employed by the army for the past few months. Gerald L. Gerstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Gerstein. 2321 S. W. 21st St., has been commissioned as ensign, after having successfully completed V-18 training at Notre Dame Navy Midshipman school, and, previously, at the University of Miami and University of North Carolina. He will go to Great Lakes Training Station for a one week induction course, and thereafter will be stationed at the U. S. Navy Line Duty school at Hollywood, Fla. Ensign Gerstein attended Miami Senior high school and Gordon Military school at Barnesville, Ga. everything. I talked about all of vou and showed them your pictures. I left as I had to get back for chow and promised them to return in a day or so, should I still be here. Am feeling fine and my spirits and morale are high; perhaps in anticipation of reading your letters again very soon. Had a delightful hot shower today and that made me feel like a new man again. Expect to be on my way any day now for the remaining trip back to the outfit. That all for now. folks, so will close with loads of love and kisses to you both. Your loving son. You cant quit now! You must continue to buy Bonda. and More Bonds I PALESTINE MAN GUEST AT NORMANDY HOTEL David Zeitani, representative of the League for Religious Labor of Palestine is spending two weeks as a guest at the Normandy Hotel, Miami Beach, prior to returning to Palestine. Mr. Zeitani will be happy to meet with anyone desiring information regarding Palestine or wishing to transmit messages to their families there. He will address a gathering and concert sponsored by a group of Northern friends of the League Sunday evening, March 14, at 8 p. m. at the Alamac hotel. Artists will be presented for the musical portion of the program. MANHATTAN BOTTLES PASSOVER WINE Manhattan Distributors announce that they have made provisions for the local bottling of Passover wine, which will this year be under the supervision of Rabbis Simon April and Moses Mescheloff, both of whom are giving their services to the company without charge. The rabbis stated they are so doing to insure sufficient Passover wine for the area. DAIRY PROVIDES MILK FOR PASSOVER Land-O-Sun Dairies announce they will provide Passover milk to their many customers this year, under the supervision of Rabbis Moses Mescheloff and Simon April. E. C. Fogg, president of the dairy, stated that after being unable last year to provide his Jewish patronage with this service because of war conditions, he will this year, despite the many difficulties involved, be proud to again insure the Jewish community of Kosher Passover dairy products. Rabbis Mescheloff and April are giving their supervision to the dairy without charge, Mr. Fogg stated. SALONICA REDUCED TO 543 POPULATION Salonica (JTA)—Three-and-ahalf years of German occupation reduced the Jewish community of this city from 50J100 to 543 and resulted in the confiscation and destruction of millions of dollars worth of Jewish property, according to a survey by a special correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. The Nazi new order for Jews —terrorism, intimidation, sadistic persecution vandalism, improverishment, slave labor and extermination—operated with clock-lUte perfection against the ancient Jewish community of Salonica. TWO ORGANIZATIONS PARTICIPATE IN TALKS Willingness to participate in an informal conference to consider the formulation of a unified Jewish post-war program has been expressed by the Jewish Labor Committee and the Agudas Israel of America. USSR JEWS TO JOIN IN WORLD FAST DAY Jerusalem (JTA)—For the first time since the Soviet Revolution, the Jews of the USSR will join world Jewry in a fast day proclaimed by the Palestine Rabbinate. At a rabbinical conclave held here on Monday under the auspices of the Chief Rabbinate, it was announced that a telegram has been received from the Moscow Orthodox Jewish Community stating that it will proclaim March 14 as a Jewish Fast Day, thereby joining the Jews of the rest of the world in commemorating the memory of the Jewish communities annihilated by the Germans and of the millions of Jews massacred by them. JEWISH PROPERTY IS TO BE RETURNED Sofia (JTA)—The Official Gazette published this week-end a law which provides for the return of confiscated Jewish property and for the annulment of all anti-Jewish regulations. Under the new law, compensation amounting to thirty million levas—approximately $375,000 — will be paid for goods which cannot be returned. All land, excepting that upon which Bulgarian peasants have settled, will be returned to the former Jewish owners. Compensation on the basis of land prices of two years ago will be paid for unreturned land. Rent collected by the government from confiscated Jewish houses will be refunded to the owners. Compulsory sales by Jews of stocks and bonds are considered void. ELIMINATE RACE AND RELIGIOUS QUESTIONS New York (JTA)—Supreme Court Justice Meier Steinbrink. chairman of the Board of Directors of the Eastern Region of the Anti-Defamation League, this week made public an exchange of letters between Chancellor Harry Woodburn Chase of New York University and himself, in which Chancellor Chase declared that all questions regarding religion and nationality would henceforth be eliminated from applications for admission to New York University. HEADUARTERS ARE CHANGED TO WARSAW Lublin (JTA)—The Central Committee of the Jews of Poland, which is headed by the noted Zionist leader Dr. Emil Sommerstein, will shortly transfer its headquarters to Warsaw, it was announced here. The committee has been functioning in Lublin for several months. Two Jewish partisan, leaders, veterans of the battle of Warsaw ghetto, arrived here this week to discuss establishment of political and social organizations for the surviving Jews in Poland. They are Prof. M. Sachs and Sholem Grajek, who were the representatives of the Poale Zion party on the underground Jewish National Committee. M



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I PAGE TEN rjewislJhridkVL FRIDAY. MARCH. Notes Of Y. M. H. A _bySAM SILVER Athletic Director Milton Friedman, chairman ot the Athletic Committee, announces that Steven P. Heifer. Spccialist-A-3 c, U. S. Navy. Will assist with the athletic program at the "Y," as soon as the building and athletic field are completed. Special attention will be given to classes for men and women in calisthenics, volleyball, badminton, tennis, handball, boxing and other sports. Intra-mural teams will be organized and details will be given in subsequent issues of this column. FURS Stored — Repaired Ask Abc.it Yearly Se-v'ce MIAMI FURRIERS American Bank Bldn. Room 715 Phone 2-o720 INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATES WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. 6:x 1922. Miami 11, Florida Phone 9-2903 Specialist-A-3/c Heifer has a splendid background in physical education. While attending school he starred in track, basketball and tennis. He is a graduate of De Paul University Law School and 1 practiced law for ten years in :Rochelle. 111., before going into service. He was secretary of ln! dustrial League of Rochelle for softball. basketball, baseball and bowling. He was umpire-m-chiel for the Reck River Valley Soft1 ball League and was chairman of : Advancement Committee of Boy Scouts for live years, covering six counties in Illinois. Presently Heifer is teaching %  swimming, calisthenics and I for the Navy and in addition. plays n the Navy League volleyball team. Sports Rally March 21 On W Ini If evi ninj?. March 21. the Atl lei Coi "Y" will nsor a S will I s i bouts, thr the ci urt< % %  if the United 8 i l Navy and a Judo exhibition by a member of the United States N p V lans will be made for the DialC All persons are invited. There is no admission. Tri Beta Tropical Dance The XTi Beta Council of the YM & Y.W.H.A. invite a 1 teenI Men to the Tri Beta Tropical ; Dance to be held at the -Y on %  Sunday evening. March 11. a ; 8 o'clock. A fine orchestraiwil 'render the music and refresn1 ments will be served. There is no j admission. Youth Sedar Leon Kaplan, chairman of the 1 Youtli Committee, announces that the Annual "Y" Youth Sedar Mill be held at the Town "\ on Sunday eveninK, March 25. o'clock. The entire Sedai ceremony will be observed and conducted by the voungsters undci the supervision of a Rabbi. Dinner will be sen Those desiring to attend are requested to make imm< hate rations at the "i tce. AN OPEN LEnER ASK FOR FARM HOME PICKLES A Product of Manhattan Pickle Co. Distributed by Florida Provision Co. 1725 N. W. 7tn Ave. Phone 2-6141 Pearl Bros. Custom-Made Seat Covers Convertible Tops One-Day Service TRAIL TOP SHOP 1699 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 9-3541 ICOR SECRETARY WILL SPEAK HERE A! raham J< n ifsky, nal %  will speak at a Grand C %  nization Su : • of ii :.: it anniver Wnen You Think of Real Estate LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479 Dependable, Conscientious Service ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PH0 NE 2-6141 In view of the fact that there have been violations in the traditional practice of circumcision in „ur community, and our repeated requests for a cessation of these Practices have been unheeded, we make known to our community c Declaration of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada: Reports have come to us of recent times of the use of a clamp by mohalim for the purpose of circumcision. We have set up a special Rabbinical Court to study this clamp and its use. and to find whether it mav he used in accordance with Jewish tradition for the purpose of "Iiriss Milah. After careful study this court has decided that it is forbidden to use this ••Gomko clamp for Jewish circumcisions, and has condemned in strongest terms mohalim who have dared to make use Of it. and has proclaimed such Mohalim who will continue to make use of this after this announcement as bk and unreliable. Mi re than that, the use of this on the Sabbath is a liti Chillul Shabboss. We ask of all parents not to prmil thi %  • to be fooled mod* in" mohalim, i |y to destroy the •v ol the Jewish "Briss Milah." .::; circumcision is one of l of our existence, ft j -.:., mosl serious comwhose violation is with spiritual death, c mmandment in acre With the requirements ih and ensure your and 's long life. Signed Rabbis I. Rosenberg, E. Silver and 1) Leventhal, Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada We, the undersigned, agree %  v with the findings and the decision of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis In this matter and urgi all prospective parents to bear it in mind in the selec:. of a mohel. Signed Rabbis Moses Mcscheloff Simon April Max Shapiro living Lchrman. JR. HADASSAHy LARGE MEMS HI """".• "cn % as a membership tea R i ve „ max their membership L The tea was at th e !>l Mrs. Abraham Goootfl Mrs. Goodman and Mrs AuM Stratton as sponsors "M The highlight of th e ,<,„ I as the informal talk t*\ 555 ^Mheim, ml Mrs Irma Lindheim. £ % %  dent of National Senior tiJ next meeting The %  • "" meeting w ,|i m Thursday night. March 15 J o'clock at the Beach Y It, I open meeting and all'siri?' terested are invited. EDWARD T. KING FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-2111 Keep on Buying War and Stamps. A' Si 'EVERYBOil must have VITAM Of course eve, gets SOME Yia_ Surveys show tin i lions of people do l get ENOUGH. A pleasant, coeconomical waj BI sure that you and y ary. The affair will be held at Miami Beach Senior High !. 1420 Drexel Ave.. and will start at 8 p. in. Appearing on the program will be Arrah Halevy, vocalist. Anyuta Melicov, pianist, actress Sunda Love, and the Miami Jewish Folks Chorus, conducted by Louis Pewcsky. LUBLIN CHILDREN ARE GIVEN JEWISH HOMES Made From Fresh Orange. Lublin (JTA)—The "uuu.1 vu.,— me Central Jewish Relief Committee here rethat hundreds of Jew children, sheltered in churches and in the homes of Polish peasants during the German occupation, are being turned over to Jewish communities in th -i part of Poland • homes for Jewish orphan: r being established undi r rvision ot Jewish leaders. "The n. problem beCentral Jewish Committee in I ide fi r I dreds of thi Ki i p on Buying and Stamps. War Bonds A •/ ^ family do not lack LVi tinl B Complex Va iftotakcONE-A-DAYta— Vitamin II Complex tabial An insufficient supply w Complex Vitamins causal digestion. Constipation. Ka Mm ousness, SleeplessnessQl' lness. Lack of Appetite. Thai l other causes for these conditital why not guard against this oxer by taking a ONE-A-DAYk. Vitamin B Complex Tablet eveyM Important — Get your rar worth, always compare poia and price. VITAMIN. TABLETS libwhere ih Relief i.-how to : • of hunPhone 5-5276 BUG BUSTERS, Inc. 121 FIFTH STREET RUMIGATION FUMIGATION • MIAMI BEACH If you want Bugs, that's your business It you don't, that's ours TERMITE CONTROL R'JLENT CONTROL JSH PROOFING MILDEW PROOFING I an nts were killed by the Germai .. |nuBiiiiBiiiiBiiiiHiiimiin ITOUBY I PAINTING lea Upton House Cooler Corn 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 T,u „ „ Phone 2-6433 UNRRA TO LEASE PART OF STAFFJTO BALKANS I London (JTA)—The Unltnri I Nations Relief and Rehabilita on ease temporarily, a number of loin n", T 1 "' rs tu w< >rk for the Vr „ D, s : ,r lb ll <"' Committee in fcr' M I ,:,1 v and ,n the liberate by Dr. Joseph r-urope.in director upon his arrival Schwartz, or the JDC. on the bffifi^oftiSFS uces in Rumania • •• NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. Lobby Entr 0L incolnRoad 9 ^ am f B b by Entrance Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarter,? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician „, __ Phone 5-2343 and „th (T Euro6 also discussed reIIIIII MIAMI 36. FLORIDA IIMIIIIHIIIIHIIIIBIIIII m^



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PAGE EIGHT FRIEDLAND CHOSEN TO HEAD M. B. CENTER A: a regular meeli evening i: the Mia • %  >.. Center, th ch sen as officers for uu '"pSent, Samuel F pi HAT HEN HERE RACE. RELIGIOUS D FRIDAY, MARCH | BARRED BY N. Y. kel; first < %  M N ?* > M *? c ? i ei M. Rose; sec nd vice presi_ ivibany (JTA)—New N • .-:>:•.:. :•:.: %  % % %  %  • me t he first state in the natioi Harrj Strkin re, rditw ., • • • %  • ,. E. Dewev. • "W^i sel .; %  %  WED\E*D> MARCH %  %  \ ~-.->?-• MARCH r: :: %  MARCH 16 ) A> V ARC H • tary, Arc] .. Brick; ftnaru...' s* i Henry 5 I'r.gi r S %  ly elect I WOMEN'S DIVISION E. Ben stem. mas E. D : K state. issas %  I entire • %  • Ii lualit; tv for ; ir pi tier, in i r.ing s K-i for thi goal. 1 vides thai %  hately 1 adminisl %  A. I. C. WOMEN TO HONOR DEMISE •n e Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress is ..,, Dr. and Mr*.Stephen s wise, with a brunch Friday, The program will start promptA a m. to be followed by erved in the patio M, .; Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid Ave. Mrs 1 M Weinstein. director ot tion of this chapter, will mthe two speaker*. Dr. Mrs Stephen S. Wise. ol the "Friday Rewill follow. Mrs. I. M. W tern will review two books un Japan, What To Do With Wilfred Fleisher and I Lattimore's -Solution in \ Subscribers of the "Friday and friends are invited ttend. Coi in charge of this Mrs. Max Mciscl. memman, assisted by A thur Treister, JosArk n. The committee on .:. i table decorations Mi lames Arthur Klein. Kimball, Martha Maurer. Harry Miller. Bert :. a Wolk, Daniel Broad, rjj, Phillip Salmon. Cohen, Louis Glasser, A. I v, : Thi I re Firestone and S. H. LuU IM rUGDSLIll Belgrade (JTA.-Less jw. per cent of the 75,000 J ews J* lived in Yugoslavia before |Z war are now alive th .. spondent of the Jewish^ graphic Agency was toldhvS" cons Tiers"of the" Jc'w.s^comminlhi sssfts^r h,s %  The Jewish leaders lat there are at present nnm2 than 7,000 Jews in all 0l Y* Keep on buvlng War Bonds. AJC. TO GIVE CONCERT S'athar. Ber_. %  In yment. 1 : %  ::-..:.%  •.-•.-. N'athai Hclrr.an. ., nvicu-d M rris N :. ....... J^jGUSTBRO$.R|^ IS the BEST .. ', S '-.: ..... ... • • trv. tioi Mass isc j -. %  .-..: • I ~ -.-.--. Boston this week, LIQUID ROACH TRAP K"-pi the home free from every size and variety of Reach. Guaranteed No poison—No Muss I iPL V At YOUR DRUG STORE or two pos'paid SI 08 Roach Trap Co., Ft. Smith. Ark. that there are at present nn. than 7,000 Jews in all 0 f vS* slavia. They cautiously addedtE it is impossible tn know the M number of survivors, since T.\ assumed that some of thermal still "be scatter, d throucS Eastern EuroDe. ^ Some of the surviving Jemi Yugoslavia hope to emigrate* Palestine, but in the absence i\ transportation facilities and ikl preoccupation with ridding tW country of the Germans, the isal is not being raised. Most Jen here, however, wish to remains! Yugoslavia and participate in lb upbuilding of the country. country. The surviving Jews have btal guaranteed the same rights asill citizens of Yugoslavia under J decree of the Nati< nal LiberatbiI Committee although the problesl of property restoration is still bM ing worked out. Jews are anil in government positions and il Jew, Moshe Piade. is vice-Drop I dent of the Provisional Parl| ment. THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MAX ROSEN VIOLINIST SUNDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 11th, AT 4:30 P. M. Miarr.i Ser.icr High School. 2400 West Fiagler Street Tickets 2.40 !.80 SI. 20 At University of Miarr.i—Rocm 233 tl In Ti ntor. pital I New Jei rai : support%  • ticn. The Dei inti and the this week • • • ill inl ••• I thi state's •. \ ..we. Gov, Walter E Edi In a I • n, C rnia, Illin is, ind Com I il r legislal i : %  nding. Palm Beach Notes MRS. MARY SCHRERNICX | MHMi t a trre Salzman spent the weekend here with his mother. Mrs, Dora Salzman, 1702 Lake I i fore returning to his post at Fort Pierce. 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 MONTHLY MEETING OF SENIOR HADASSAH eel inc of the M ter of Senior rl sah v ill eld Monday, March 12 at 2 i n in the Edwards •53 C :: •Ave. Miami An ntei sting pi I ianni d with Mrs. Si n S Wisi as guest spi Sgt. Sidney Dubbin, with the infantrv at Fort Meade. Md.. is spending a 10-day furlough with his : an nts, Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Dubbin. 1601 Florida Ave. Sgt. Dubbin is a machine gunner sectii n %  |ust been awardi xpert infantryman's I a lg. RfCena Trachtenberg has left tor Washington, D. C. after spending a vacation here with her parent At the conclusion of Friday I night services at Congreeaual Beth El last week, installationdl Sisterhood officers took placcl with J. H. Lesser as installin| officer. Helen Greenspan, of Newark! N. J., is visiting at the homed] her aunt and uncle. Mr. andMn| L. Trachenberg. 736 M. St. The Shangri-La victory sale for the benefit of the Cross to be staged at the entrant to the Atlantic National Bank thi Friday was called off by theea mittee of the National War Dnn fund. 1111 Lincoln Road 2 Block East oi Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Orer S8.000.000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. Prttident ARBFITER RING TO HOLD CELEBRATION '•• %  ter Ring Brai 1 N third An 1 1 D. Ill %  h 11. There will be ; concert and r.its can be had at $l.So • %  Reservations 1 r • calling Morris Jac il 16, and J. Pollack. 5-3166 ifl iir will take place at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.. MiBeach. In the three years of the I v• existence, a library of al lit one thousand books, both English and Jewish, has been established and lectures and symposiums are held every Sunday evening, throughout the year Guest speaker this Sunday will be the National Educational Di rector of the Workmen's Circle Schools, Nathan Chanin and REf 'J'SJ tho Southeastern Dm trict and district secretary, Harry wiit MS.SS "fiected. REAL ESTATE-MIAMI BEACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homei. HoteW Apt. SE Commercial Bldgs MGILLER, Realtar <* W.,h. Ave.. Ph. 5. M75 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B E. BRONSTON, Realtor •Vrarft; RMI E *"' 8"v,c. C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business -A.'.'. 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