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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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^THE JEWISH UNITY F
ana
THE if wish WEEKLY
>[ijME 18-NUMBER 11
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
1st
CLOVER CLUB
jeorge Alpert, one of Boston's
lawyers andean outstand-
figure in Jewish communal
airs, will be the guest speaker
[the Clever Club, Miami, on
half of the Federation 1945
gpaign.
["he drive of American Jewry
the relief for the first victims
| Hi tier ism in European lands,
the rebuilding of the Jewish
lti.mil Home in Palestine and
the adjustment of loyal retu-
rn this country as well as
needs will receive considera-
m Mr. Alpert's remarks,
orn in Boston, Mr. Alpert re-
bOf] UIOJ] .MjSap /V\B( SIU, P3AI3D
diversity Law School, from
he was graduated Magna
M Laude. He was subsequent-
pointed to the office of As-
jnt District Attorney for Suf-
County. Mr. Alpert has
peved a high reputation in the
profession. A veteran of
p : War I, his two sons are
serving their country in
Md War II.
Jr. Alpert has been a vital
fce in various Jewish communal
Ivities in Boston, having this
^r served as chairman of the
tropolitan Division of the Bos-
campaign in behalf of the
fted Jewish Appeal. Having
tudy of Jewish problems
Ahull he has manifested a
i personal interest, Mr. Al-
is unusually well equipped
iiscuss any phase of current
(fish affairs. His exceptional
pities as a speaker have left
leep impression on the many
|iencos he has addressed.
"lie function Sunday morning
under the auspices of the ad-
Ice gifts division, headed by
tbert Seher and David Phillips.
ik'is of this division have
invited and will learn first
many of the intimate facts
corning the organizations re-
ing Federation funds for
en they will solicit locally.
Jnday afternoon, a cocktail
7, by invitation only, will be
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
K'l Wolfson, 316 South Coco-
Lane, Palm Island, to in-
irato the Liquor Division ac-
es.
>ARATIONS BODY TO
:LUDE ML L LUBLIN
Washington (JTA)Dr. Isadore
Uin will represent the United
on the Reparations Com-
""i in Moscow, Secretary of
|e Edward R. Stettinius an-
i cn leave oi absence as
_ states Commissioner of
statistics, Dr. Lubin has
i serving as White House aide,
atettinius said that it was a
| Personal satisfaction to have
ih uas his associate again
mat he knew of no man
fr qualified for the job.
RECORD-BREAKING CAMPAIGN IS READY
TO GET UNDER WAY WITH FULL SPEED
Going into full stride, the cam-
paign of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation is beginning to as-
sume all aspects of history mak-
ing and record breaking^ for the
Greater Miami community.
While the drive officially starts
April 8 and lasts through April
22, activities are well under way
towards the organization of the
divisions, committees and volun-
teer workers.
George Chertkof, Miami attor-
ney, has assumed the chairman-
ship of the '45 drive, for which a
quota of $305,000 has been set to
meet the needs of 63 local, na-
tional and overseas agencies. Mr.
Chertkof stated that "if the en-
tire prospect list of Federation is
canvassed and each of the resi-
dents given the privilege of
participating in our humanitarian
effort, I believe our goal will be
met. We must realize that this
year's quota is substantially more I
than last year's $189,000 figure, |
and every effort must be made
to insure the success of the drive.
We must make certain that over-
confidence by virtue of early in-
creased giving by the small num-
ber contacted does not leave
us short of the goal at the end
of the campaign due to a let-
down in activity.'
Executive director of Federa-
tion Joseph Rose stated that a
preliminary survey of the pre-
campaign gatherings already
staged indicates that members of
:hc Greater Miami area realize
their responsibilities and are
meeting the needs by substantial-
ly increased giving.
Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national
chairman of the JDC, a major
beneficiary of Federation's drive
said that an estimated million
and a half Jews remain in con-
tinental Europe, of whom a mil-
lion are in Allied liberated terri-
tory. Of the first number fully
two-thirds are in the direst need
of assistance, including food,
shelter, clothing and medical aid.
and must turn to the JDC for
such help. Unless prompt relief
is forthcoming for them thous-
ands of Jews freed at last from
Axis tyranny face death this year
through want and neglect.
Rabbi Wise disclosed that JDC
aid programs are now in opera-
tion in sixteen countries in Eu-
rope alone, as well as in other
countries in North Africa, the
Middle East and other areas af-
fected by the global war.
"The needs this year,'' Rabbi
Wise said, "are more than double
last year's. They are in fact the
greatest of any year in the three
decades of JDC's history."
F
WARNS AGAINST RASH
LINES OF BOUNDARIES
London (JTA)Apparently re-
ferring to the persistent rumors
that a plan for the partitioning
of Palestine is being considered,
the liberal New Statesmen and
Nation warns against "rash draw-
ing of boundaries." Such action,
it points out, could nullify the
Lowdermilk scheme for irriga-
tion and electrification of Pales-
tine. It says that Palestine must
be open to all Jews who wish to
settle there and advises Britain
to help in the development of
the country and thus give the
Arab inhabitants confidence that
they will not be neglected in
post-war plans.
The Sunday Observer this week
paid tribute to Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann on the occasion of his re-
turn here from Palestine. Re-
viewing the tense situation there,
the paper says that the dilemna
created by the conflicting Arab-
Jewish claims calls "for all of
Weizmann's forbearance and
sagacity. At 70," it concludes,
"his task of sterring his people
to peace and security is not near-
ly done."
DEWEY SIGNS BILL FOR
ANTI RELIGIOUS LAW
Albany, N. Y. (JTA)The na-
tion's first measure barring racial
and religious discrimination in
employment became a law this
week when Gov. Thomas E.
Dewey signed the Ives-Quinn Bill
which had previously been ap-
proved by the Assembly and Sen-
ate.
An audience of more than 200
persons witnessed the event as
the demands for souvenirs forced
the Governor to use twenty-two
different pens in writing "Ap-
proved Thomas E. Dewey, March
12, 1945." Until he reached the
date, he used one pen for each
letter and then the last two pens
took care of the date.
At the close of the bill-signing
ceremony, the largest of its kind
in the memory of the capitol's old-
est attachees, the first souvenir
pens went to the legislative
sponsors of the measureIrving
M. Ives, of Chemango, Republi-
can, majority leader of the As-
sembly, and Elmer F. Quinn, of
New York, Democratic minority
leader of the Senate.
T
WILL BE SPEAKER
BEFORE HADASSAH
Judge Bernard Rosenblatt,
prominent figure in the National
Zionist movement and vice presi-
i dent of the Zionist Emergency
Council, will be guest speaker at
I the Miami Chapter of Hadassah's
: membership tea next Tuesday,
! March 20. With the spacious home
1 of Mrs. Abe Goodman, 3355 Fla-
mingo Dr., as setting, more than
1 100 new members are expected
' to be welcomed into the Hadassah
fold. Admission will be "Bring a
i Member." Mrs. Matilda Ratner,
I chairman of the membership com-
I mittee. announces that this is one
! in a series of events to increase
the membership roll to 1,000.
Mortimer May, president of
the Southeastern Region of the
Zionist Organization, was guest
speaker at the organization's
meeting last week. More than 300
women were present at the Ed-
wards hotel, scene of the event.
REPORT DISCOVERY OF
OIL NEAR DEAD SEA
ZIONIST CONGRESS IS
HELD IN MONTEVIDEO
London (JTA)H. A. Good-
man, leader of the Agudas Israel
in Britain, who has just returned
from Switzerland, revealed that
while there he conferred with,
Jean Musy, former Swiss federal
councillor who was instrumental
in securing the release of 1.200
Jews from Theresiestade, con-
cerning the possibility of future
rescue activities. Musy is now in
Berlin.
Montevideo (JTA)The 300
delegates from more than a doz-
en countries who are attending
the first Latin-American Zionist
Congress, now in session here,
where the guests of honor at a
mass meeting sponsored by the
congress to mark the anniversary
of Uruguay's struggle for inde-
pendence. More than 8,000 Jews
and non-Jews were in the audi-
ence. Five hundred members of
the Macabbi youth organization
parade in the stadium where the
meeting was held.
Discussion at the congress has
been chiefly centered so far on
means of securing a Jewish na-
tional home in Palestine, and of
obtaining Jewish representation
,at the forthcoming United Na-
tions conference at San Francis-
co. One of the speakers. Rabbi
Klein of Buenos Aires, also de-
manded that the Allied nations
grant the Jewish people co-
.belligerent status. A sharp de-
bate was precipitated by one del-
egate who suggested that the
Zionists have faith in Britain s
good intentions. The overwhelm-
ing majority of the delegates in-
dicated that they believed the
Zionists must depend on their
own efforts if their aims are to
be achieved.
Buy Bonds now. You are lend-
ingnot giving.
Jerusalem (JTA)The Arab
! press reports the discovery of
1 "considerable quantities of oil"
somewhere between the Dead Sea
and the Egyptian border. The dis-
covery was made by members of
a British oil research group which
is conducting boring operations
in that region, the report said.
An Iraquian trade delegation
has arrived here to negotiate a
treaty between Iraq and Pales-
tine. At a reception for the dele-
gates, Geoffrey Walsh, economic
advisor ot the Palestine Govern-
ment and Food Controller, point-
ed out that while Iraq was a
"supply" country, Palestine was
a "demand" country and, there-
fore, the two could cooperate to
their mutual benefit.
Palestine, he said, needed raw
materials from Iraq, and could
export to it manufactured pro-
ducts in return. In 1944, Pale-
stine's imports from Iraq totalled
about $13,500,000 while its exports
to Iraq amounted to only about
$1,500,000.
ASKS RECOGNITION OF
JEWS AS U. N. MEMBER
Washington (JTA)Rep. An-
drew L. Somers, New York Dem-
ocrat, speaking in the House, call-
ed for recognition of the Jewish
Jewish people as a member of
the United Nations and demand-
ed representation for it at the
San Francisco Conference.
He declared it an injustice that
Palestine's Near Eastern neigh-
bors, Egypt. Saudi-Arabia and
Iraq, will be represented but
that "the nation that has suffered
nearly as many casualties as all
the others combined, the nation
whose sons have valiantly fought
and died on all the fighting
fronts, that nation will not be
given the same consideration and
privilege we have given even to
the nations who have been neutral
even up to yesterday."
N. Y. SERGEANT OWNER
DFS AND AIR MEDALS
New York (JTA)Sgt. Joseph
D. Marks, 22, Army Air Forces,
of Pittsburgh, Pa., has received
the Distinguished Flying Cross,
Air Medal and eleven Oakleaf
Clusters, for heroism as an en-
gineer-gunner in the European
area, it is reported by the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board. He
has flown on 70 combat missions,
including assaults on targets in
France, Holland, Belgium and
Germany.
Sgt. Marks served aboard a
B-26 bomber on missions during
which, according to the DFC cita-
tion, his "unfaltering devotion to
duty and tireless zeal were in-
estimable contributions'" to their
successful completion.
Dade county's force of 5,000
volunteer workers in the $520,000
War Fund campaign are going at
their tasks with renewed energy
preparatory to the first campaign
report meeting Friday.
Hyman has announced the
meeting 'o be held at noon in the
Seven Seas restaurant will be the
first tallying of workers' reports.
Dade county must reach its
$520,000 quota of the national
goal of $200,000,000 by March 31.
Hyman believes this area can at-
tain its goal, perhaps even ex-
ceed it, as it did last year bv
$46,000.
Contributions are generally
higher this year, probably in re-
sponse to Hyman's reminder that
j a 25 per cent increase is neces-
1 sary to offset the loss of horse
' racing revenue.
The one-day pay plan of con-
tribution is also meeting with suc-
cess. Hyman said. Many firm and
employes are making it the yard-
stick of their individual quotas.
The American Red Cross has
made public a statement paying
! tribute to Jews for their support
i of the organization and announc-
ing that a "Red Cross Sabbath"
i will be observed in synagogues
and temples throughout the coun-
try on March 16-17.
"Jewish people throughout the
eountry have supporteu tne Red
I Cross, financially as well as by
| volunteer service in past years "
i the statement said. "Their con-
tinued wholehearted support is
vitally needed during the com-
ing year. Red Cross Sabbath, com-
ing in the midst of the 1945 War
Fund campaign, will provide an
opportunity for rabbis every-
where to urge their followers to
; continue support of the Red
Cross."
A contribution of $5,000 to the
1945 National Red Cross War
fund was announced by B'nai
I B'nth. through its president.
Henry Monsky. This is the third
I successive year in which B'nai
Brith has contributed a similar
sum from its National War Serv-
ice Fund.
ONLY ONE JEW LEFT OF
50,000 IN CITY OF BONN
London (JTA)When the Al-
I lied armies entered the city of
Bonn they found a single Jew
among the 50,000 civilians who
remained behind when the Ger-
man troops fled, the Daily Express
reports. He had been in hiding
for months to evade the Nazis.
Another dispatch from Ger-
many tells of how Master Ser-
geant Bernard Bernkof, a Jew-
ish refugee from Germany at-
tached to the U. S. First Army
as an interpreter, found his mo-
ther and father in Cologne among
the 100 Jews who remain of the
citys pre-Hitler Jewish popula-
tion of 16,000. The aged couple
who had not seen their son for
12 years, had been sheltered by
non-Jews for the past year.
JEWISH AUTHOR JOINS
THE STAFF OF THE JDC
New York (JTA)Harry Sack-
ler, noted Jewish author, has
joined the staff of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, it was an-
nounced by Joseph C. Hyman, ex-
ecutive vice-chairman of the JDC
"Mr. Sackler will utilize his lit-
erary talent and knowledge of
languages to clarify to the Jews
of America the work of the JDC
and its efforts to help in the re-
construction of Jewish life in the
liberated countries of Europe"
Mr. Hyman said. Mr. Sackler. in
addition to his literary activities,
has also been active in Jewish
communal work.



':' .


PAGE TWO
rjmistncrid&in^
PERSONALS
Mrs. Walter Lazarus, of Ra-
leigh, N. C. is here for a three-
week visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Grccnwald,
(ilO S. W. 10th Ave.
WEDDINGS
The marriage of Irwin Rosen-
stem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Mrs Maria ISaiabnn has as her
-uSte until Maj her daughter,
Celebrating their 45th wed-
ding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Myers, of New York, were
tendered a dinner at the Sea Isle
hotel Sunday by their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers. Out-of-town
guests included Mrs. Clara Fisk
Brooklyn, N.Y.. took place Feb- R AHen France ^ ^
ruary 2.. ... T. u.. ,l
"Se 'former Miss Prever wUllMinnie Hock
continue as a student at Brook-
lvn College. Mr. Rosensjein u
connected with the OWI in New
York.
N. Y. ATTORNEY
INTERESTING SPEAKER
Jacob S. Chalat, New York at-
torney and communal leader,
proved a highly interesting and
effective speaker as he appeared
in the area on behalf of the 1945
United Life Saving drive of the
FRIDAY^ MARCH
M,ami Beach Hf
Women'! Oman..-..!
tine, will hold a dmnei
night, March 22, al 6 30 I n eeedi
UieafJ.ii *}.%&'
beiter Ring lyceum. 25 Wasn-
guests included Mrs. Liara disk "'""l"1',;,,lV"U'iii"",.'w"mai Tied ington Ave., Miami '''''" "'
of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Beach YM & WHA. was married ^^ ,,.,, j h Nat,onal
Fur | Child Rescue.
Miss June Kessel. popular
dramatic teacher at the Miami
Abe Kominers
Kominers, all
Beach.
and Mrs.
Of West
Odell
Palm
Dr. Theodore F. Arvan, senior
assistant dental surgeon of the
U. S. Public Health Service, at-
tached to the Navy, is here to
spend a short leave with his wife,
the former Hortense Landesman,
of this city. F< llowing his stay
here, Dr. A; van will return to
his post ..! the U, S. Marine hos-
pital in New York City. Mrs.
Arvan is el present residing with
her parents, Mr and Mrs. Max
Landesman. 12!> Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Monday morning to Leo Liener-
man. of New York Following the
ceremonies, the couple left I t a
short honeymoi n trip.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Joi R senthal
celebrated the fin; i I
thi ir :.. Alvin Jas nonth
with a dinni r party h I leir I
1405 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach..
Mrs. Gussie Hi rov tz,
p lie, N. J., arrived
we< k for ai Befoi
Passaii. -' < was u ndei i I
i birth li
Miriam and daughter 1
; Bl
the U. s. A S an.
Mrs. A. Cz
at her hoi
following ccidenl suf-
. She will
, i visit
.
Recently returned from 20
servia In the Can!
= Capt. Robert B. Levin, son ol
Mr : Mrs. 1 aac Levin, 430 N.
: K. 29th St., is in Miami on tem-
( : Ity.
last ---------
Mrs. Herbi rt Kara ol
Mrs. Jack Apte will fly to At-
lanta to spend thi wei ki id with
her son, Stuart, nl at
Barnesville Military college,
Barnesville, Ga.
Mr, and Mrs. H. Miller I
W. 1st SI returned 1 thi city
Mondaj after a plane trip t< De- hours. ;'
|j;: N Y. is visiting here
Ruesl ol Mr. and
Mrs. : I mk, 4307 N. Alton .
..
ADLER REPORTS 42
DONORS PAST WEEK
|y li. Adler, chairman of
Mi m li Beach Bl I Bank
51 '
: B'ritl auxiliary,
I that 1 past wei k 42
n lied in tour
al ii n is located at
G i Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
He told from first-hand know-
i the .-uttering endured by
thi Jews of Europe under the
brutal N izi rule and the problems
and responsibilities that lie ahead
the more fortunate Jews of
unviolated lands.
PALESTINE
SPEAKS!
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SUNDAY
8:15 P. M.
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Listen to our radio
program, "Fas h i o n
Time" over WIOD
each weekday morn-
ing 8:30 to 8:4S
Non-Rationed
Peach lam
1 lb. jar 49 c
(Case of 24 SI 1.76)
Our wonderful peach jam
is but one twelve de-
licious kinds by S. S. Pierc.
and found exclusively at
Burd.no's. Try peach jam
for a new tasu thrill .
send it to your friends in
the r. tin,
" "
poods s :.
; n
ices : u Mi s M fathei. the
late Isadore Eizler, who passed
Idenly March 1.
ai B'rith Chapter, -JEMS"
will hold a cake sale on the patio
I Y.M W.H.A., l Lincoln
R u .. Sunday at i n o'clock.
B : Mr. A Her said
thai umbel a i d to
nal re( ord for handling
\ Mrs.
..ii at the
HERMAN HERSON DIES
BAR MITZVAH
Bru e Ala nd Mrs.
Marion B. I! ss, 3541 S. W. 1st
Av A'ill b( c ir mitzvah
lurin ; ii Tempi)
. tonight. A reception will
follow.
BRISM
The Brism of the sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Bernstein, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward A. Weiss. Lt.
odoi Bi rtram
Hankoff, Mr. and Mrs Gi rge
S : and Mr. and Mrs. M
k place this week
with Rabbi S. M. Machtei of-
ficiating.
BARKANS HAVING
HOUSE WARMING
Cantor and Mrs. Emanuel
nviting friends and
thi community to a
house warming at their new home
1411 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, this
Sunday afternoon, March 18. from
-' 6. Cantor Barkan is asso-
ciated with the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Ci : ter as cantor and musical
tor and in addition is in
charge of the Bialak Singing So-
ciety of the Bureau of J.
Education.
Herman Herson, 52, of 347
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach,
died Tuesday night. He came here
from New York City four years
ago. Surviving is his wife, Mrs.
Lena Herson. Services were held
Wednesday at Riverside Me-
morial .chapel, with burial in Mt.
Sinai cemetery.
AT YOUR NEIGHBOR-
HOOD GROCER
ASK FOR
Kosher Products
For Passover
by
Sunnybrook
Creamery, Inc.
79 N. W. 20th St.
Phone 9-1977
CIRCLE TO SPONSOSR
ENTERTAINMENT
Workmen's Circle Branch No.
B92 ol Greater Miami will spon-
concert and entertainment
Sunday evening at 8:30 p. m. at
the South Beach Elementary
School at 4th St. and Lenox Ave
Miami Beach. The proceeds will
go to aid in rebuilding the
Modem Sanatorium.
The Sanatorium was built by
the Jewish Labor organizations
ot oiand and was destroyed l.v
i the Nazis when they conquored
"oiand.
1 .Ad(!?issi.onT is S10 including
tax. Morns Jacobs, 2-8336 in Mi-
am or 5-3166. J. Pollock at Mi-
ami^ Beach may be called for
SEVERAL HUNDRED HAGGADAHS
AT EXCEPTIONAL BUY
LOUIS LEVENSON
165 N. E. 24th St., Miami Phone 3-7791
Distributors of
Manischewitz and Rokeach
PRODUCTS
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympic Building Phone M72Q
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MARCH 16. 1945
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PAGE THREE
Purim Was Observed in the
greater Miami Area This Year
I The Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National
Ljth Welfare Board served more than 600 Servicemen at Purim
Purim was celebrated this year in gala style by the constituent
ncies of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee. Three
fcnei- and dance parties were held in Miami and Miami Beach and
omoduted servicemen coming from as far as Key West and Ft.
I'Yhe first Purim dinner and dance was held Sunday, February
L ... the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, and was spon-
|ed by the Senior Hostess Group of the Jewish Center. A com-
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CANTOR MAMCHES IN
10TH ANNIVERSARY
Rev. Maurice Mamches will
celebrate the completion of ten
years of service with Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob when he is pre-
sented as featured artist at a
concert Sunday evening, March
18, at 8:30 p. m. at the synagogue,
301 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach.
Cantor Mamches, assisted by
Miss Anyuta Melicov at the piano,
will render liturgical, folk, class-
ical and operatic selections, so
that his many friends who join
him in prayer from the sacred
pulpit may participate in the oc-
casion.
Others who will appear include
Jan Turkiewicz and his brother,
Witold, and artists introduced
through Miss Ruth Brotman.
In the past ten years, Cantor
Mamches has participated in
many of the functions for local
and national groups. Under the
sponsorship of Miss Bertha Foster
' .-
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Miami Beach Service League Supper Dance at Beach "Y"
fcete dinner was served 130 persons, followed by a Purim Dance.
The second affair was held on Monday, February 26th at the
liami Beach YM and YHA and was sponsored by the Miami
each Service League. Two hundred servicemen and their wives
towded into the small auditorium and were served a full dinner,
flowed by a dance.
On Tuesday, February 27th, an elaborate dinner was served at
remple Israel in Miami sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Temple.
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)ancing followed the dinner. The Special Service Division of the
VAF provided a number of entertainers at the Temple Israel affair.
This is the first time that local organizations have gone "all out"
lo celebrate Purim with such elaborate functions. Servicemen com-
Ing from distant parts of Florida were pleasantly surprised at the
Extensive arrangements made for their hospitality. Many favorable
comments were made by soldiers who had never trelebrated the
liday. One soldier who had just returned from overseas re-
At the Miami Beach Jewish Center
Irnarked. "This is the closest I have come to really feel at home,
leven though I am away from home, in the three years I have been
[in the army."
Another boy was heard to remark, "I shall never forget all those
Iwho helped make such a Purim evening successful for so many of
lus in uniform."
I These affairs were the product of joint planning on the part of
Ithree constituent organizations of the Greater Miami Army and Navy
(Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Similar plans
|are being made for the celebration of the Passover Holidays and it
|is expected that the Passover affairs will be just as successful:
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Z. O. A. HEAD TO SPEAK
HERE ON APRIL 11
Rabbi Israel Goldstein, presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America, has written local of-
ficers of the Miami Beach Zionist
District that he will bring a
message of extreme importance
to the gathering he will address
at a dinner April 11 at the Victor
hotel, Miami Beach.
Alex Van Stratten is in charge
of reservations for the dinner,
marking the Beach district's par-
ticipation in the expansion drive
of the national organization sim-
ilar to the activities of other dis-
tricts throughout the counry.
National talent is being pro-
vided as part of the program that
evening.
Montevideo (JTA)The first
Latin-American Zionist Congress
opened here on Monday with
three hundred delegates from
Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay,
Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Co-
lombia, Venezuela, Costa Rica,
Cuba and Mexico in attendance.
The delegates represent nearly
100 Zionist and non-Zonist or-
ganizations.
and Professor Edward Clarke he
has appeared in many concerts
at the University of Miami, where
he introduced classical composi-
tions of guest composers who
visited the city each season.
Mme. Man-Zucca, world-fam-
ous composer, introduced Rev.
Mamches to the public at her
home, Mazica Hall.
He helped organized the local
American Jewish Congress, par-
ticipated in radio programs for
the University of Miami conserv-
atory, the YMHA, and the Rab-
binical association.
In addition, he has appeared
at state conventions of the Rab-
binical Association of Florida,
sung for Hadassah, Jewish Fed-
eration, Zionist Organization,
Pioneer Women's Organization,
Mizrachi, Miami Beach YM &
WHA, Chesed Shel Emeth, Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, the sister-
hoods of Beth David, Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox, B'nai B'rith and
Tarbuth. He has also lectured
on Palestinian and liturgical
music during the past years.
Before coming to Beth Jacob,
Rev. Mamches studied with prom-
inent teachers, including Cantor
Joshua Weisser, Cortilli, Rheinald
Werrenrath, Arturo de Philippi,
and Professor Edward Clarke.
He graduated from Yeshiva
Isaac Elchanan in New York class
of 1931.
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The newly-formed Greater Mi-
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and he will be executive in charge
of supervising the operations of
the organization. Now included
in the group are Congregations
Beth Tefilah, Beth David, Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach Jewish
Center, and Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation.
Harry Sirkin was chosen as
president and other officers in-
clude M. A. Bear, vice president;
Hyman Sootin, secretary, and
Samuel Lobel, treasurer.
Butcher shops to be placed un-
der the supervision of the Vaad
will be announced.
London (JTA)Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, arrived
here from Cairo. He left Jeru-
salem several days ago after an
extended visit there. He is ex-
pected to proceed to the United
States shortly.
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MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH It'. 1945
NISAN 2, 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 11
RABBI SHAPIRO TO
BE TRINITY^SPEAKER
Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth
David Congregation, wil M
guest speaker at Trinity Church
Sunday morning. He will dis-
fPassover and the Las
Sup: ,
oil Tuesday morning the rab-
'>,i Wii] addri ss the students oi
ah high school on
subject "Passover. a
aire arranged by ai e
xi cutive director ol
. ol Jewish Educal
ited at 1 '
-TIDBITS FROM EVERY
WHERE-_^H
Murtiy, eonfidwtiti
-By PHBJEAS I. BIRON-
THE WORLD WAR III THREAT
In possession of the Allies are sec.. ,
General Staff, blueprinting proposed actions to bririq SS
In possession of the Allies are secret plans of the
neral Staff, blueprinting proposed actions to brina
German victory in World War III Among the Sr^i
important items on the agenda is anti-Semitism proi*'N
documents, what happened this time was that the antiW1'
documents, whatt happened this time was that the artuHl
CARDIAC HOME TO
HAVE MEMBERS TEA
_ ___..__ Di i Chil-
THE SAN FRANCISCO CONFERENCE
San Francisco may play en important role in the de-
termination of the future fate of Palestine. According to a re-
port from France, the whole question of the Mandates will be
taken up at the San Francisco conference of the United
Nr,tion<5
The significance of the San Francisco conference was clso
stressed bv Dr. Selig Brodetskv, Chairman of the Board of 10:30 v & HA, I
Deputies of British Jewry. He has called for uniform action '
among all factions of Jewry on a plan for post-war reconstruction HOLLYWOOD CENTER
to be submitted by the Jews to the San Francisco conference. ft^S JEWISH CLASSES
The conference in the California city will have the general ,n g
participation of all representatives of the United Nations. Even e Jewish Coi : Centi 1 i l
the representatives from the Arab states are expected to be g yj
present. Indeed, the final declaration cf war by Egypt on the ;: ,., ;.,
Axis is reported to have been motivated by a desire to parti-
r p. m., a- clubi m i
cipate in the San Francisco meeting. Ar-
All of these facts emphasize the need of some formulation cade. 11 I ill var I. N I
ii uru-i ,L i -ii u only an I oys and
of a joint program by Jewery. While the conference will be ; being
held in an American city, all view points, even those antagon- (' rmed. Rabbi Ben R
. i -,, j r- r j .l t > suii rvisor of I :'
isuc to Jewry will be voiced at San Francisco, and the Jewish ,,;,, ,he ,
point of view, to be successful, must have the backing of a are showing exc< results. A
united Jewry.
campaign in the USA was badly buffed
anti-Senuj
RABBI WISE VISITS
BEACH MILITARY
Ral : St( S Wise who was
visiting Gi f ati i Miami, a as r -
is present at ev< ry sessii :.. I .
thi' purpose of registering pupil.-;.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the1
' w. Coi munity Ci nter of
Hollywood is ^punsoring a card t
County Safety Council P-/:'> : entire proceeds of I
SAFETY COUNCIL
FILLS OFFICER SLATE
I ut its slate of officersand '''.-: go to the American
.entlj coi I through the i even ers to the '', :i Sunday evening,
AAF Red Stati n No rectors at a mi ting March 18, at the Rotary Club. The '
2 at Miami B G- the Central Bd" Jl Per person
the vari aI>d refreshments will be served.
Kraft, assistant station chaplain vice-president and Thornton M. MKb. HObE ENTERTAINS
and Benjamin W Lambert Na- Fincher was elected treasurer. EXECUTIVE BOARD
Welfare Board r Charles E. Shay and Mrs. Edith tAt^ulI*eL?r'int'
i"'1-:!: '" ; : r the southern part Howard were elected president Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, president
kkii w in e and seci ''' respectively, at of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
RabbiWise was full of praises a pre v. ting. ter sisterhood, entertained her ex-
SS which 'depiSX 53 Direclors ele<** A"" lCUlT *P at a SUSS"
mber ofservSenUsu% J: <** ** Allen her home test week. Guest of
through
tionship
re'ArCoroVffiiWiiTai an' 0ther ta**** Wiil"be important work now to be done.
M i&StSFtaS. S elf portly. T^ for they Ststerhood's des-
offered convalescent patients at A resolution was passed au- I! \ c,. .pj-'.t>- whlch Wl11 be!
the Tow
some tim
ing sen'
The trip to the Biltmore
tal located at Coral Gabl
special interest to g<
Services were conduce,
Chaplain Kraft and Rabbi Wise flhaUori with the National Safe- p;. '; tne p4bllc invited to
presented the sermon. :v Council.
The trip to the Biltmore Mos-
thissUUon andtherek? Sarth" HarvS? K- P* A. L honor was Mrs. Stephen S. Wise.;
iSrtSn&tathe^nliw Reynolds, Roy Turner, Mrs. house guest of the Roses. She
ion, thT h ESS JanM* A. Dunn, and R. D. Free- discussed with the gathering the!
held March 21 at 1 p. m. in the
>wers Hospital and spent {homing the board of directors 2fi",u u p/ m' ln the
time talking to convalesc- t0, emPlo>' a general manager .^?.Hd.V(-'n ,u'tcl-Mlami Beach,
vicemen. wh0 will operate the Council's u e dlstLr.lbuted at that time.
pital was cut short when Rabbi BEACH MI7RArWT TM
Wise was informed by a lone f^.7 MIZ-HACHI IN
distance telephone call that his MONTHLY MEETING
grandchild was dying in New -------
Voik and made immediate ar- The men and women's
rangements to return.
JR. HADASSAH
PRESENTS SKIT
atti nd a regular meeting of the
sisterhood. Following a short bus-
'ness session, Mrs. Milton Sirkin
nd Mrs. Irving Lehrman will
Present a program of the forth-
coming Passover holidays.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to r,'ce StVtfflSS* ^gue^A.Tb Nation6
help presen-e Democracy. any of th<^members fr0m :! ^-'"K-ndedla comfrolnfilolu
'_tion of the Palestine urohl..m
;A.SToib.&i:'
Dm liberty Ball, paaling
forth ill mastaga of inda-
pandanca Iha tima-
honorad Pouover Sedar,
marking man' first great
. ttrvggla for fraadoml
'ne problem.
tiara?
campaign in the UbA was badly fcuffed The Nazi^
minds acknowledged that they failed in their aim, the"0*
of inextricably involving one of America's major political ^ *
"That error dare not be repeated the next time," h $***
mission of the Nazi General Staff writer Two days beta i
opening of the San Francisco Conference of the United Nafii.
will be the publication date of a book that will create a sh*
political circles Its title: "The Plot Against the Peace" K
authors are Michael Sayers. and Albert E. Kahn.
PALESTINE NEWS .
The Yishuv in Palestine is very calm, but determined .'
told by one who just returned from Palestine If Britain tal
to rescind the White Paper the Jewish community of PaW*
will be heard from in no uncertain terms Some time be'twe*
the 18th and the 22nd of this month you will read about anil
spiring action with reference to American support of Jewjsk
aspirations in Eretz Israel Rabbi James G. Heller's stctemo
to the contrary notwithstanding. Dr. Chaim Weizmann's ii]
to America next month will be primarily political, and not |
the purpose of "fund raising."......
JEWISH PANORAMA .
The American Birobidjian Committee last month si
to Jewish orphans in Birobidjan 4,500 pounds of powdered 31
4,697 pairs of shoes and 4,500 sets of underwear, not to mal
tion 51 sewing machines for the use of those in charge of
youngsters Bravo! That's constructive work Theodail
Caster__ who succeeds Israel Shapiro as head of the Semi
Department of the Library of Congress at Washington probably
ranks as the most brilliant student of Arabic lore now living.
That article in the Congress Weekly by Dr. Guiseppe Beri
missed the JTA dispatch which revealed that in the dark dan|
of Mussolini, Zolli had joined the Fascist Party in Padua..
LITERATI .
Leo C. Rosten, famous for his H YMAN KAPLANstorieJ
will be one of the heads of the new publishing house that nil
cater to the younger generation... He will share authority witk
Reeves Lewenthal, of the Associated American Artists ad
Dr. Margaret Mead, the anthropologist, and tells us that tin;
expect to revolutionize the children's book business Ada
Siegel, who as managing editor of the Magazine Digest brougbt
it to a circulation of 300,000, and now is the editor of the net
magazine called This Month, is the daughter of Dr. Isaac N.
Steinberg, who in the early days of the Soviet regime served
as People's Commissar for Justice.....Philip Yordan, the play-
wright whose "Anna Lucasta" was turned down by ever;
Broadway producer until the American Negro Theatre preset*
ed it in Harlem, now collects a bigger weekly royalty ched
than the author of any other Broadway hit shows......
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Sculptor Jo Davidson was delighted to hear that all UI
many sculptures he had left at his Paris home are safe, thanb
to the foresight of one of the Louvre directors, who before tit
arrival of the Nazis had the Davidson works removed to j
secure hiding-place Our referendum on who is the mo
belowed Jewish woman in America discloses that Mrs. Stephen
S. Wise has won first honors .. To the readers who guess
rectly the name of the woman who copped second place m
go an autographed copy of Pierre van Paasen's "The ForgoW
Ally" It was on surprise to us when a Hollywood column*
revealed that Lauren Bacall, America's latest heartbeat
bom Betty Weinstein Betty says she didn't speak of 1*
Jefwishness because nobody asked her... Special recording
of Danny Kaye's radio shows are shipped to enemy pr*
camps, where they serve to cheer up captive American
aiers Francis Lederer will tread the boards again this spri^
m a musical called "Mr. Strauss goes to Boston" He will pWJ
the role of Johann Strauss Curfew or no curfew, the r#
spot known as Leon and Eddie's is packing them in these ev
ing It's all on account of their new singer, Marilyn Curt*
whos drawing the customers like nobody's business ...J"
what we started to say was that Curtis is just a stage nenne---
Marilyn is the daughter of Eddie Cantor-so you know U
must be good .....
FOOTNOTE .
*nTThel the "Prophesy of the Great Pyramid," which.t j
SKS* l have ma*y important events?.-**!
Eft9 v that "Prphesy" March 4. 1945, was suppose^
do~H k^ng of the "God-ruled state".- It was j
posea to Period.
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)AY, MARCH 16, 1945
*Jewist) FlorkUan
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HEED THE NEED GIVE THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE"
ARE
YOU
!'Tnkc her down!" With these words, Commander Qilmort signed hliown death warrant. Rather than risk losing hit
boat and crew, from enemy fire, the wounded Commander ordered his submarine to submergewith himself outside.
How much is "duty"?
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Eat no food for four hours prior to
giving blood
No After Effects
No loss of timeImmediate
attention is given
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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 Is Sponsored by B'nai B'rith and
Woman's Auxiliary
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Daily 9 to 1:30 P. M.Excepting Saturdays
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CONFERENCE WAS M^^JJSIgTJtER
HELD FEBRUARY 4TH | HAVE TO RE-REGISTtK
The business session of the1 .&^^J3Jmi
Southeastern Synagogue Confer- since the last \,ladlvs,os to
ence was held Sunday, February register.their new aa< m
4. at the Thomas Jefferson Hotel, be eugiDM
Birmingham, Ala. Rabbi Abra
ham J. Mesch, of Birmingham,
opened the session.
Rabbi Mesch explained the pur-
pose of the conference and the
municipal f*5?SS
mission seats, officials said Sun
'Registration boj ks will be open
pose of the conference and the in the f V <* f,^U\.J the
need of active participation of M-u^. -4. T hey .. B
Judaism in all matters fleeting preeetS fro ^-.->.-i
communal Jewish life in the Mai .. ., ,,., .Wil 3-10.
South. Rabbi Mesch briefly re- :..... ;.M,v i. with
viewed the previous programs of Th. fween the six high
the convention, such as the talk the run-ofl between
by Rabbi Isaacsi n on "Youth and
the Synagogue," and the address
"^TTc^THAT SILVER
mm?HIS LEADERSHIP
New York (JTA)-Thirty-six
ization of America, and a num
FRIDAY. MARCH

men a we< k la'
the Synagogue, and the aaoress ------------ ,^xtc
made bv Rabbi Joseph Goldberg RppORTS 150.000 JEWb
on Saturday morning; also the "*Jj RTTnnpFCT SAVED
Saturday afternoon session on OF BUDArfcoi onvt.i-'
"Adult Jewish Education." and ,_.., _.. ni(,-
the M'lava Malkah "The Syria- Was ingi n iJTA)The utiice
gogue and Zionism" on Saturday : War Informati n rep
niJhl the Swedish press estimates that
VICHY COMMISSAR HAS l,y WM
HIS PROPERTY SEIZED The report states thai
Jews di< I : starvation in con-
ement said inai tnt men p., ... rty. tni U
ged w ith "actions pre- ,. Elite troops
judieial to the external security |
,: the state."
Re-opening of a free-loan as-
sociation to assist small business-
men, artisans and profi ssionals to
re-establish themselves, was an-
unced this week. The enter-
prise, known as the Caisse Isra -
iti le Prets, will operate in Pans
and in ither cities of France with
MORE JEWS PAY TAXES
THAN DO THE ARABS
Jerusalem (JTA)Then an
four mam' J<
their per cai ita tax is I
.,,:- active membe
e orga n ""n>- ?{
ramtoth
stein, president of the(ZOA,
,, ,,,- the restoration te Zionist
rsh.p of Dr. Abba HiUel SU-
ver and lor settlemen of the ens
pute Within the Zionist ranks
United States, it was an
-,1 the
The U ,
ness Prevailing
onis leaders
nconnec-
POM1
,\ are greatl) dis
made
Mil ter C "
. z p eiung
th a, feelinglol
'"'" .hat the
izing that tn
the Ame,
. :.: may spell
ntire Zionist cause.
I. ndon (JTA)-Oppositipn to
the esi of a Jewish
-.-.: anywhei
of the
|
Middle-East *"
.... f the Hou
at which th. Pales-
tine qu stioi
r. ---- Line vji.'*-......^
sen > -. by the American Join! _. ..._.......-.
Distribution Committee. Col. Paul .
Weil, banker, is pres "
association; Andre Goldet, vi ""
president, Gun delnu "
i; tl icl r. :- ttS :" "..
tax : us. V
t.- Z ^T- ^ j ls 493.-
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Make Reservations Now for the
Passover Holidays
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Kosher for Passover H D / *"l U* -
Under the Supervision and Hasqacha 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!
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or order from route salesma
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Calendar of Jewish Events
FR^,toYnW|MC*uScU rfJawtoh Women.
SS "wEES** nrou,lMl.on,
., ... n in Rev. Maurice
'.,.;,!,.. |0th Anniversary Concert.
I, spartan. flral annual dance.
SYuHRHilhC......r Ulster-
r.......neetlng, Miami Beach
..,, onter. .v.iiIuk. .Mtomj
11, ,. h s. i \ Ice League, ltench Y.
II ,,1,-sati Ismrd meeting,
rll Beth David Sisterhood,
li'iM.I auditorium. Honk Ilc-
\ Up. i".
TUESDAY. MARCH 20:
!.,, sholem, general meeting: nn.l
. miinallon "f offleera; Hadas-
.... bershlp tea. Mrs A. Good-
\iiiiii Choral ami sing-
. ,, .,....,-.,,,I l.v the Bureau
,,f leulsh Education In i'ipe-ratli>n
with the "Tl" and affiliated con-
, ..... Miami lliaih Jewish
:. s p. m.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21:
. in. ri'Kiilar meetlnK. at
< Mr and Mr.- M. Berlck,
B( th Jai ob Adull In.-iliute.
ion m r.i-ih I>avld Sisterhood
ii. Workmen's Circle.
regular membership
ii.....n;; SO p, m.: Miami Beach
Jewish sisterhood, card party.
\1.. imbo, 1 p. m : Snack Bar Com-
;. in Iteai-h "Y:" Miami
Iteach Jewish Center Adult ('nurses
motion With the Bureau of
leulsl Education and spniisorinR
intlons. 8 p, m
THURSDAY. MARCH 22:
il i ] lidi en's i 'ardlac Home.
: meeting-, Beach "T." 10:30
reitulai meetlnK. 1 p. m.
FRIDAY. MARCH 23:
Jewish Congress, Worn-
Prld n Review, 1:30 p. m.
SUNDAY. MARCH 25:
lieth Ji.....b Religious School. Model
morning: Reach and Town
v lecture, Beach "T;" Army-
n.iv\ Committee conference.
LEGAL NOTICES
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
tn under the fictitious name of
Artistic Fabrics Co at Ji:i s. W. N.
R Drive :it Miami, Flmldn Intends
Mel said name with the Clerk
..! ':- i'i!,"ilt i'..;itt i.f I'ade County,
la.
16-23 S. STECHT
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN that
'.: ir derslgned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Ad Ventures Syndicated and Mad
VI Ventures at 17"1 N Miami Avenue.
Miami. Florida Intends to register
ra I name with the Clerk of the Clr-
-.lit Court "f l">tule Coanty, Florida.
JI'IjES M MtSM.M.I, ZISSEN
MII.T-'.N A FRIEDMAN
Attorney f"r Applicant
r -16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-ii,"I. .I.-siring tn engage In
.-- under the fictitious name of
I'.KI.-M.iKIS APARTMENT HOTEL
64 \ \ enue, Miami B-a<-h
ntend reglstei said mime with the
of thi 'In Ml- '..int of Dade
Florida
HKI.I.A tlMTK I.EFK'iWlTZ
DIANA CO" iPKRSMITH
Vttorni Vpplli ant
I
Nl>TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to el ffftgre In
.- thi tltloUi l,ame Of
- ; ince Agency at
An S'atloi .,: Bank Bhlg..
ntends to register
srlth the I '! k of the <"lr-
ill Courl of Da C iui <\. 1-lmlda.
EDWARD JOL.L.ES
I 6
FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN
Waterproofing-Painting by
Best Mechanics
CALL 3-5091
I. C. SMITH
376 N. W. 22nd St.
PASSOVERS
TRADITION .'
HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN
Matxohs
Matioh M.al
Cak* Meal
Egg Mafitohs
Farfwl
Potato Paiicakt Mix
NTly ,t,re ef i.gerier
Pen ever grorfsefi fsof -1
asce fco/UJ.y m*Mtl
.-P'^ributed By
"ON. W. 13ihSt.
u, 'Miami. Florida
NATIONAL BRANDS. INC
NOTICE OF DISaoTnTr^
NOT,CEP,?VeSS^I
RK,nSndhe'rP., ^^
>" HUGO EaT^SSjH
on the husin.-v, L. .?En' 5l
rrstaikantT, ,a", ,'5* >ifi35|
Miami Beach, KofuV^lSI
was on the npi HT.'.UMtcSI
dissolved bv ,, t,,,?"' ^Sjl
the hus.ne,, i'Vi'.UrTSTjiS
on between said Hi-n!!"* *S
GRBN alone. wh, 5J. ZeSI
charge all ,|..|H '*'" r ?l
receive all mone?, "v '^<*l
late firm. P>able to:i,"|l
DAVB OOODHlH
SILVER. kII';,.^^
Attorneys ASD WEB
3/9-16
NOTICK IS IlKnpnir;-^1
the under.lgne.iuS ?,v^l
hiislniHis under the Si10 "iil
Cl'RKKNT EVENT itS '^Jl
at 719 1-ngfnnl TgATJftnW
to register said name with ltt5|
of the Circuit curt ,of JLh,"0il
Florida. l 0I "*** CtiJI
NATAI.I,: M Wl'i^^OCU
Attorney for AODUeai.
3 H-M-M ( s-lj
. ..ml. Kin
name with the" ,>rlt"' .'''S^.'^
Court of Dade County fi,!^0*!
MARX KK"^',',^,!'0^^
a/3Ut-i,?&3*'r A'ipllc*"'*
,k N(,TliK ,,s ,,KP-rarlrvEs^|
he undersigned, deslrini to l*1
n business; under the flct|,|M"
regis^'Jr;;:::,;.. '^vi
.h^ Circuit Court o, *& ^|
MAX I.ITWIV
M .. MOHItIS KXZER
DIANA COOPERSMI-TH
:/.A6,.23T/2-/:ir6A,""iCanU
NOTICK IS IIKUKRT GIVrXM
the undersigned, rieslrtng to i3
in business under the flctltloiuS
of Riverside It. i shn|) at }3
Flacler Street, Miami, Florida, irl
tends to register said name tiikM
Clerk of the Circuit Courl tf DM
County. Florida
HKI.KN MANX
Sole Owner
LEON KAPLAN
Attornev for Applicant
3/9-16-23-30 4 I!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COW
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTlJ
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
No Mil!
In Re: ESTATK OF ADRA ABRA|
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Person! B|
ing Claims or Demandi
Knld Kstate:
Tou. and each of you, are I
notified and required lo present I
claims and demands which f*'
either of you, may have again* M
estate of ADRA AHI'.AMS itttuA
late ,,f Dade fJounty, Florida. toH
linn. W. F. Blanton, County Jutell
Dadl CJounty, and file the samelnil
cifflce In the County CourttKiatl
Iiade County, Florida, wlihin cKq
calendar months from the date <(
first publication hen Said .-laiias*
demands to contain the leeal iMC
,'f the claimant and to be swotil
and present,-,! as rest
w ill ).. li.irr. > .- "|
1933 Probate Act.
Date Pel : 15, AD. '>,
TIMM \S JORKrH RAMBJL
As K\ -cul.....I thi I. -' U::J|
Ti ita..... ADRA a:I'-u1|
I le, cased
MAX It SILVER
Attorney for Kv
2 23 3 2-9-lfi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COtfl
IN AND FOR DADE COLW J
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
In Re- B8TATEOF*ROBEW^
LACE WOOD 1
NOTICE TO -IM-PITORf
To All Creditors and Ml !> |
lmr Claims or r> man ""
Raid Estate: ..-nl
Y,.u. and
notified and required to i'"*"^,
claims and demat Is hir J"f
, ither of yon mat >}' .uj'""J
estate of ROBERT WALL* \"
rleceased lal of DADE ';"">;-"
Ida. to the Hon W I ";*"
Countv Judge of Dads gjft1.
fl'e the .me in his g^'&&
county Courth' ''' ,Zjt
Florida, within eight f'^.^tM
from the date of th- first t^-^1
hereof. Raid claims or "'n"5gg|
tain the legal address of the r J3
and to he sworn to ar..I l,r/,^, J.I
i afnresjild. or same "}}}^Z7j~f
\ Section 12" of the 1M P"*fi*1
Date February 21- '.'VlV*.
WAI.I.ACK TIEI.I. j
As Executor of the I- V|
Teetament of ROW-.K' j
I^CE WOOD. Deceased
MAX R SILVER
Attorney for Executor.
S !-9-l-*J____________
NOTICE OF AP^ATI0N
TAX DEED
Chapter jW*1*^*^ ]
NOTICE I HJ^BBTOrVja
Mae Mahody holder "f !". *91
Miami Tsji Certificate > -,,,jjl
the (th day of July, A-i hw<5l
filed same In my ""''''J,, be l*JI
application for a tai *f*tfHfM
thereon. Said Certificate en. B m
following described l,n2*Kr.P"
County of Dade. State of H"
Wit: niock Zl
I.OI. IS to 40 Ine %,,, fljl
ford Highlands. SV-"t A^ Ton Dc-.k R Page IC4. ,n ."r^de. **\
North Miami. County "' I
of Florida Mld f*5l
The asseasment of VI
under the said ** J
name of: O B CrumP- ,Mn V|
Cnless said c*rl,'l,"u,V twBll
deemed according '" *n\ be jil
erty decrlbed therein w orlr|
the highest bidder at I"'lP,r. door ,.n the first Monday ^mt
Of April. 1945. which I
of April. IMS B IjSatH^>|
Clerk of Circuit CO
County. Farias.
(Circuit Court Se'^HSSOS11^
3 2 S 1 IJ


LY,
MARCH 16, 1945
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PAGE SEVEN
tfb MIAMI ABMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
tu. TK*h Welfare Board Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
Of The Jewish Welfare
SERVICE
&m
m r\
r* r\
PARADE!
r MILTON OZER IS
LED INJECTION
, Milton A. Ozer, whose
[ ,ho former Ruth Lanfer
Inhere, has been killed
t serving with combat troops
he 5th Army in Italy on Feb.
It was reported.
Lr went overseas with the
. infantry division in June,
1 and participated m^the in-
C,n< of Sicily and Salerno.
1J. being hospitalized for ma-
,,,,1 yellow fever, he was
fc from combat and trans-
c,i to the ARC. On this as-
Inunt, he operated a clubmo-
Norman Lipkind, son of Dr.
and Mrs. M. A. Lipkind, has
been promoted to first lieutenant
in the infantry, his parents have
learned. He recently received
commendation from his com-
manding officer for the superior
manner with which he per-
formed his duties of instruction
in connection with the Depot
Training committee.
Lt. Lipkind received his BS de-
gree from City College of New
York and his LLB degree from
Columbia university. He is at
present stationed at Fort Ord,
California.
Pvt Bernard Benjamin Geltner,
19, graduate of Miami Senior
High school, was wounded. Dec.
19, while in combat in France.
He has received the Purple Heart
award.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gelt-
ner, 1784 S. W. Fifth St., he went
overseas last October as radio-
man with an anti-tank company.
He was stationed in Englang un-
til Dec. 1.
c. serving doughnuts and cof-
1 to the fighting men. He was
lh the fust Red Cross unit to
ch the Anzio beachhead and
lered Rome with Allied troops.
[ere he operated a doughnut
ip lor many weeks, before
pvmg on with the combat
ops. A lengthy article in "Stars
j Stripes' describes his popu-
ity with the men and the ex-
llent work he did.
Besides his wife, a nurse at
I National Children's Cardiac
me in Miami, Ozer leaves, his
Jrents, who live in Brooklyn,
o brother both in service, War-
pit Officer Sidney now in Flor-
Ice, Italy and Cpl. Harold in
Won, Arizona.
Corp. Edith S. Green. 23, serv-
ing with the WACs in the Philip-
pines, and Pvt. Leonard Green,
20, with Army air communica-
tions service in China, are the
daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Green, 1015 S. W. 13th Ct.
Corp. Green, former secretary,
has been in the WAC two years,
overseas in New Guinea and the
Philippines seven months. She
works in a quartermaster section
and has won the Good Conduct
ribbon.
Pvt. Green, veteran of 18
months in service, has been bver-
seas since last October. Former
student of Miami Senior High
school, he attended a radio school
before enlisting in the Army. The
family came to Miami from Mich-
igan four years ago.
tERINGER ARRIVES
lOME ON FURLOUGH
[Cpl. Irving Geringer, former
Tianii Daily News sports writer,
[cently arrived home on a 15-
ly furlough after spending 15
lonths in the hottest fighting in
e Southwest Pacific.
The Marine, a son of the late
lmuel Geringer, whose mother
pd sister reside at 4397 N. Mich-
an Ave., Miami Beach, wears
ars for the invasions of New
Jiinea, New Britain and Palau
llaiMs, and says the toughest
plumy was in the latter. "Our
Igiment suffered casualties of 65
pcent during the 15 days we
lent on the Palau Islands," he
lid. "and don't think those Japs
tent good shots. They gave us
lenty of trouble." Young Gering-
I escaped enemy bullets, but
lalaria put him down for a
pie during this stay in the
buthwest Pacific area.
[Simultaneously visiting their
lother at the Michigan Ave. ad-
Tess were Cpl. and Mrs. Bernard
Jwinger, Smyrna Army Air Base,
lashville, Tenn., and Sgt. and
frs. David Mermer, Drew Field,
[Bmpa.
[At the expiration of his fur-
?ugh, Irving Geringer reported
p Yale University for a sixteen-
fconth V-12 course after which he
I'll go to a Marine Officer's
Taining School.
I Sgt. Herman Lobel, son of Mr.
Pd Mrs. Solomon Lobel, 625
fest 42nd St.. was with the first
[utn AAF troop carrier unit to
"titer uie Philippines, and ex-
enenced enemy action shortly
Per arrival.
[Sgt. Lobel is a technical-ad-
P'nistrative clerk with more
pan two years' service in the
buthwest Pacific.
Robert Blumenthal, Miami
Beach High school graduate and
former student at Georgia Tech,
was killed in action on Feb. 25
in the European theater, while
serving with the first army, ac-
cording to a war department
telegram recieved here by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Blum-
enthal, 1045 Pennsylvania Ave.
Young Blumenthal was award-
ed the Purple Heart after being
wounded two months ago. He was
hospitalized for 30 days, then
went back into action. The news
of his death was received by his
parents on his birthday. He
would have been 20 years old.
His brother, Edward Blumen-
thal, is a student at Miami Beach
High school.
Sgt. Herman Marks, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Marks, 3624 N.
W. Fifth St., has arrived *in Italy
for duty with the AAF, it was
learned Monday. He is a flight
engineer and gunner. A brother,
Corp. Paul Marks, USMC, is con-
valescing at a naval hospital in
Jacksonville after returning from
duty in the Pacific. Corp. Eugene
Marks has returned to Camp
Hood, Tex., after a furlough at
home. He expects overseas duty
soon.
Marine Tech. Sgt. Lavine Men-
delson, son of Sam Mendelson,
134 W. 11th St., Hialeah, is home
on leave following his return from
the Pacific where he was a photo-
grapher with a dive bomber
squadron, based in the Elhce and
Marshall Islands. A brother, Dave
26, is in the Navy.______
STRICT IMMIGRATION
CONTROL IS ALARMING
Quito, Ecuador (JTA)The re-
cent government directives order-
ing stricter control over immi-
grants are causing much con-
cern among the 5,000 European
refugees here, the majority oi
whom are Jewish. nAnr'c
On the occasion of Ecuador s
declaration of war against Japan,
Minister of Government Carlos
Gueverra Moreno sent a letter to
the newly-appointed director of
immigration, Ramiro Borja y
Borja, asking for closer super-
vision of the activities of for-
eigners. He recommended tnai ac-
tion be taken against immigrants
who received visas upon tneir
promises to engage ^ griCUl-
ture, but who are not doing so.
PASSOVER ACTIVITIES
ARE BEING PLANNED
Elaborate Passover activities
for service personnel in this area
are being arranged by the Great-
er Miami Army & Navy commit-
tee of the Jewish Welfare Board,
Benjamin Lambert, area director
announced. They include Sedarim
at the Miami Beach Community
Center Wednesday, March 28, and
Thursday, March 29; at Temple
Israel Wednesday, March 28; and
at the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion of the University of Miami
on Thursday, March 29.
Adequate preparations are be-
ing made throughout the com-
munity to house and feed as many
servicemen as possible during the
Passover week in local homes.
Members of the community de-
siring to act as hosts to service-
men in the area are asked to con-
tact Mr. Lambert at the JWB
office phone 9-1323.
Passover meals are also being
arranged at a Beach restaurant
and a Passover Sunday brunch
will be served Sunday morning
at the Beach Y, with the B'nai
B'rith Ladies' auxiliary as hosts.
Servicemen seeking Passover
hospitality may contact Mr. Lam-
bert or Chaplain Saul Kraft at
the Cadillac hotel. Servicemen
are asked to make these contacts,
as only those procuring tickets
in advance will be admitted to
the functions. Married personnel
must obtain special tickets for
their wives.
Religious services are scheduled
in the houses of worship in the
area, to include service men.
Pvt. Norman Weiss is spending
a 15-day furlough here, from his
camp in Washington state, with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Weiss, 1018 Jefferson Ave., Mi-
ami Beach. Norman has been in
service 2M> years and is attached
to the engineering division of the
Air Corps.
HUNGARIAN OFFICERS
ARE HANGED PUBLICLY
London (JTA)Three Hun-
garian officers charged with tor-
turing and murdering Jewish
forced laborers were hanged pub-
licly this week after being con-
victed by the People's Tribunal
in Budapest, the London Jewish
Chronicle reports. They were the
first of a group of Hungarian war
criminals charged with murder-
ing Jews.
The report says that heart-
breaking scenes took place in
Budapest when the bodies of 6,-
141 murdered Jews were disin-
terred from the ruins of the Hun-
garian capital and re-buried m
accordance with Jewish ritual.
The majority of these Jews were
killed by the Gestapo and by
members of the Hungarian pro-
Nazi Arrow Cross Party.
At Sofia indictments against 64
of the less prominent war crim-
inals charged with persecution ot
Jews were placed before the Peo-
ple's Court this week by a spe-
cial prosecutor. Death was asked
for some and long prison terms
for others. The chief instigators
of the anti-Semitic measures,
such as the regents, ministers and
deputies, have already been con-
victed and many of them ex-
ecu ted
At Bucharest Colonel Isopescu,
former Rumanian chief of police
in the city of Golta, who is one
of the war criminals being tried
here on charges of organizing
massacres of Jews, was accused
of ordering the mass-murder of
40,000 Rumanian Jews in tne
Bogdanovka camp, 20,000 Jews in
the Domanovka camp, and many
thousands of Jews in other
CaAll8'these camps were estab-
lished by Col. Isopescu in the
Golta area, in Transnistna. when
Phil section of the Ukraine was
occupied by German and Ru-
manian troops. Testimony at the
S established that the corpses
of the 40.000 Jews who were de-
norted from Rumania to the
Bogdanovka camp were thrown
into the Bug river. The 20.00U
Jews in the Domanovka camp
JZZ killed by order of Col. Iso-
^u on the" pretext that they
were spreading typhus and other
diseases.
Most people think of matzohs as exclusively a Passover affair.
But to the careful and meticulous Horowitz-Margareten matzoh
bakers, it's a year 'round job.
The grain for their Shmurah Matzohs, for instance, comes from
special fields in Accord. New York. The end of July sees an ex-
pedition of Rabbis from New York City arrive in that small farming
town to supervise the reaping and storing of tht wheat, which must
be cut only when perfectly dry- Rabbi Joseph Soloveitshik and
Rabbi Max Schay, shown above, then store it under lead seal in a
warehouse where it awaits milling. Then in January this wheat is
again examined and ground in a picturesquely rustic water-powered
mill open only ten days a year exclusively for this purpose. The
mixing and baking, of course, are also done under the strict super-
vision of the Horowitz-Margareten Rabbis. Special care of this kind
is extended not only to these Shmurah Matzohs, but also to all the
products of this famous old firm.
POST-WAR PLANS FOR PALESTINE
Or Israel Goldstein (right), president of the ZionistOrganisation of
XmeHcs! purchasing the first share In the new 11,500,000 Issue ofcom-
Tn .tock of the Palestine Economic Corporation from Robert Szold,
LhSrnS of the Corporation-, bo.rd of director, and a former president
chairman or *j gw ^^ 0rQ,n,xatlon of Amerlca.
New YorkThe Palestine Eco-
nomic Corporation, largest Ameri-
can business enterprise in that
country, will utilize the additional
capital of a new $1,500,000 issue
of common stock for a post-war
program to develop industry and
agriculture in Palestine.
The Corporation plans to carry
out this program of expansion as
soon after the war as possible, in
order to accelerate the tempo of
absorption of new immigrants by
creating more opportunities for
employment. At the present time,
it has capital reserves and surplus
in excess of $3,500,000. There are
1,400 American stockholders.
Commenting on its activities,
SDr. Goldstein said; "To* Pales-
tine Economic Corporation, with
its record of many years of sound
policy applied to the encourage-
ment of industry and business in
Palestine, has had a part in the
development of Jewish Palestine
which reflects credit upon its
leaders. It has had a number of
cooperative, fruitful relationships
with the Jewish Agency, the
Keren Hayesod, and the Jewish
National Fund.
"In the new period which lies
ahead, when American Jews will
be called upon to make resources
available to Jewish Palestine
in unprecedented measure, the
Palestine Economic Corporation
might well serve as one of the
reliable ffivejtrnent media."_____
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FRIDAY .MARCH
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HOMELESS JEWS
Aided by Federation Agencies
AND A REMNANT SHALL RETURN
(Isaiah 10:Jl)
The 1945
United Life Saving
Campaign
of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
is scheduled
APRIL 8-22
I3E
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For All 63 Vital Jewish Appeals
Many are Being Rescued
BUT
They Need Food .
They Need Clothing .
They Need Everything ..
Bitter Memories, 111 Health,
Courage and a Hope Based
On Our Aid for Existence,
Are All That Remain.
YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS BUY FOOD
TOO LITTLE
iB.^V^^o"^"",^.
b tf'atfWtfiw'WtAtfNAi
REATER SUFFERING


)AY, MARCH 16, 1945
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PAGE NINE
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVID R. ISEN
L day room at the Nautilus
C,,-,i was dedicated last Surr-
fbefore a crowd of approxi-
Ljy 150 men and women. Jn
prv impressive ceremony,
Brman Nat Roth and Presi-
i Harold Turk formally turned
[room over to the Command-
I Officer of Nautilus Hospital.
hc manner in which every
bch of B'nai Brith worked to-
ber to do this excellent and
nlete job was an example
^operative effort that indi-
Es that the Women's Auxiliary,
fYuung Women's Group, and
IA Z A. membership comprise
losi'ly knit efficient organiza-
(hat will succeed in any en-
voi' it undertakes,
fhih day room, which is the
iv name for a recreation room,
fcmpletely equipped with ping
L tables, a billiard table, wnt-
Ttables, magazine filled racks
several very comfortable
is and chairs. But the job does
end there! From now on.
nbers of the Women's Auxili-
and the Young Women's
imp will be in daily attendance
Living books, magazines, writ-
paper and being generally
'ul to the "boys.'
lay it was announced that
Your Income Tax
Expert Advice Save* Money
E. Marqua teaafaiiat
35 Collins Ave. Phone 6-33M
GENERAL PAINTING
BY BEST MECHANICS
Free Estimate* Qiven
I. D. Gilbreath Paint Co.
PHONE 3-0070
If No Answer Call 2-5105
JALLANTINE'S
(ALE {
\mtric* s Fictst Since 7840
IHSTRini'TED BY
NATIONAL BRANDS, INC.
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
M N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301
t care for chronic sick, conva-
lescent and slderly people
XNEL BEER. M. D., Director
Reasonable Prices
Lsrgs Beautiful OroundsasiBB
I WANT MY MILK
EltRb.
1124
<"#
And Be Bum If
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Producti"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
VUit Our Farm at
200 H. W. 32nd Strt
two more hotels were taken over
by the Army for use as hospitals.
This announcement, together with
the other newspaper stories con-
cerning the Army's intention to
retain the presently occupied ho-
tels, indicates that Miami Beach
is going to be used more than
ever for our returnees, both those
here for reassignment and those
Here in an effort to regain their
health of body and mind. It is
the latter group to which we are
going to have to devote more and
more of our time. Miami Beach
is going to have several hospitals
full of tired, worn, discouraged
boys; far from home and their
loved ones. Records show that
these sick men get well faster if
they have some one to joke with,
to talk with, to confide in. If
they have someone who is con-
stantly interested in their per-
sonal welfare and who does the
little extra courtesies and helpful
little things that make a man feel
that life is worth living. Facili-
ties, such as the day room, with
the Constance presence of pleas-
ant women and girls will do
wonders for the boys. This part
of the job of helping the boys to
regain their health is something
that we of the community must
do to augment the great work
that the hospitals are doing in
providing the best in food, medi-
cine and care for the boys. This
work is the task of VOLUN-
TEERSpersons who do things
for the boys, not because that is
their job, but because they want
to.
Our responsibility as a com-
munity is tremendouswe of
B'nai Brith have shown the way
with this day roomwe of B'nai
Brith must continue to lead the
way for more and more work of
this character.
PALESTINE
SPEAKS!
m
WKAT
SUNDAY
8:15 P. M.
Wasn't it a thrill to hear that
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller heard
from their son who was missing
in action? He is now in a German
prison camp. We hope and pray
he will be able to return to them
soon.
FINANCIAL SECRETARY
REPORTS 627 MEMBERS
A report prepared by the fi-
nancial secretary to Alfred B.
Rosenstein, president of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, reveals
the organization has 627 paid-up
members. "The most important
factor in the news is not only
the total membership but the
willingness of so large a number
to assist in this program," the
report added.
A Torah has been presented for
the chapel, which will be erected
in the building, and plans for an
ornamental fence enclosing the
entire property have been drawn
up.
An operating budget exceeding
40 thousand dollars has tentative-
ly been set for the coming year.
The board of directors has au-
thorized Mrs. Isidor Cohen, honor-
ary president, to proceed with
the organization of the Ladies'
Auxiliary for the Home. Mrs.
Cohen has announced her or-
ganizing committee to include
Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mrs. Morris
Dubler, Mrs. Daniel Broad, Mrs.
Isidore Langner, Mrs. A. M. Bear,
and Mrs. E. Gluck. The first meet-
ing of the newly-formed group
will be held at the Home. 335
S. W. 12th Ave. on Monday.
March 19, at 2 p. m.
Mr. Rosenstein stated that there
is 30 applicants under considera-
tion for admittance to the Home.
RUTH BROTMAN
PRESENTS
Bronislaw Huberman
INTERNATIONALLY FAMED VIOLINIST
DmECTOR OF PALESTINE ORCHESTRA
"Acclaimed by Toscannini and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, as one of
the greatest living violinists"
SPONSORED BY
American Jewish Congress
Monday, April 28:30 P.M.
WHITE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM
320 N. E. 2nd AVE.
TICKETS ON SALE MARCH 10th
$1.50. $2,00, $2.50 PLUS TAX
Miami: Burdine's. Red Cross Drug Store (Kodak Dept.).
Miami Beach: Roney Plaza Hotel. Saks-Fifth Ave., Blackstone
Hotel, Miami Beach Radio Co., Eddie's News & Stuff. 41st
St.. Morris Bros., Miami Beach Hardware. 539 Washington Ave.
Headquarters Dr. A. Hampton. 717 Langford Bldg.
Telephone 90-2358
MILTON KLEIN
Painting Contractor
1 No Job Too Large or Too Small
PAINTING PAPER HANGING WATERPROOFING PHONE 4-1920
Last Sunday 110 service men
were served breakfast at the "Y."
Incidently, Mrs. Rose Goodis was
at the breakfast last week and
was so thrilled at seeing what
pleasure the boys had in having
"a real Sunday breakfast" that
she promised that next Sunday
Lee Goodis, her son, and So
Goldstrom's son-in-law, will pro-
vide 25 doz. bagel, 15 doz. eggs,
and 15 lbs. of lox for the boys.
Good work folks.
ENIOY A FRAYLICHEN PESACH IN A
TRADITIONAL ATMOSPHERE
AT THE
The Blood Bank, which is open
9:30 to 12 noon on Tuesday and
Thursdays at Morris Bros. Dept.
store is still waiting for more and
more donors. Last Thursday there
were 43Let us beat that number
next week. Keep it up Rudy Adler
you're doing a swell job.
The final total of the "Night
of Stars" for the Heroes War Fund
was $24,458 net. Enough money
to take care of the long distance
telephone calls for the men at
the Miami Biltmore Hospital for
1945or approximately 8,000
calls.
A check for the above amount
was turned over to Sam Blank,
President of the Army and Navy
Committee by Dave Phillips, Gen-
eral Chairman of the "Night of
Stars." In turn Mr. Blank turned
the check over to Daniel J. Ma-
honey, Vice President and Gener-
al Manager of the Daily News,
which paper, together with WIOD
did such a fine publicity job for
the "Night of Stars." Among the
other Ben Briths at the check
giving ceremony at the Miami
Biltmore Hospital where Herb
Scher, Chairman of Talent,
George Talianof representing
B'nai Brith and Rudy Adler re-
presenting the Blood Bankand
the fine work goes onbecause
we have such fine people in our
community.___________
Mad* From Frh Oranq
London Arms Hotel
REV. JACOB LEVIN OF DETROIT WILL
CONDUCT SADER SERVICES
DINING ROOM NOW OPEN DAILY TO PUBLIC
Make Reservations Now For Passover
B. H. LONDON. Manager PHONE 5-1264
727 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
Dade Federal's principle of "Careful and Con-
servative Lending" has meant safety and se-
curity for home owners and investors.
WHEEL ALIGNING
WHEEL BALANCING
MOTOR TUNE-UP
MONAHAN'S
2160 S. W. 8th St Ph.3-8266
For over a decade Dade Federal has been a
leading financial institution of Greater Miami.
It has placed millions of dollars in first mort-
gages and enjoys the confidence of home
owners and investors because of its sound
judgment, easy monthly payment plan, prompt
service and low interest rates.
Dade Federal invites you to consult with them
concerning your financial and home mortgage
problems.
RESOURCES OVER $11,000,000
DADE FEDERAL
OF MIAMI
45 NORTH EAST FIRST AVI
JOSEPH M. LIPTON ... PRESIDENT

Keep on Buying War Bonds) Keep on Buying War Bonds
and Stamps. I and Stamps.


PAGE TEN
fJe^istntridiat^
Face Facts
George J. Talianoff
Executive Director A.D.L.
fiuard FAMED VIOLINIST TO
against '' APPEAR HERE APH1L L
mini iir American way 01 me. ---------
Bronislaw Huberman.
We devoted this c lumn t
ly to one such threat In the form vl0
': B nfidinl al rep* rt I tne 2 in a concert -
in h mittet of a world wide American Dental Associations w ..,.,- Division,
In t:0 ......Eradicate Fasdsm Council *<>n al- .-. ogress
^?2
.- .- no rt soon* red dj
Amei
jointly with
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
At regular Friday evening serv-
cea at Temple Emanu-El. Fort
,auderdale, Rabbi Samuel H.
ew ror wnom
[(
Laudcx
:, will review
ti i Bells Toll."
,.),,, i ,,, eradicate Fascism tounc:. on kcjimu "" -- jowi.-.i >- *
ASK FOR
FARM HOME
PICKLES
A Prod_.-t of
Manhattan Pickle Co.
D Itr Puted By
Florida Provision Co.
1725 N. W. 7th A\e. Phone 2-6141
Pearl Bros.
from
ask for
KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
a! your
LOCAL DELICATESSEN
THIS LABEL
Insures Your Heclth
U. S. Gov't. Inspected
Demand II
DELICIOUS SALAMI
WEINERS
CORNED BEEF
PASTRAMI
Kosher Zion
Sausage Co.
CHICAGO
If You Are in Need cf Kosher
Zion ProductsCell
Florida
Provision
v_^0., Inc.
Readers are familiar A'ith th< starting at
dem D Homer's i y
.: C art Juttici ,uted bj %
:: r Steinbi : M M? H '
the Boa. of '.;IlV
Eastern R \. v .;;,
am si :-:-' t prol s Rose A exan i i
and subsequent acti n on th '
part : th Am rican Dental A,- Hubermai nducl
s ciati n offinnatiw p Oi .:;,
steps tak n -" "-
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The ADA j
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I in C s. N( .. ond I tance of tl
\ i { L'i iversity, declan 1 that ne .*! v\
luestions regar lins Anchlus
: gion : :.....ty will I A '; 5 : : :
......ti ns ::'' '
.NYU.' ing of tl
f. g a confer- s' Besides ing 580.-
. en Jusl St< in- for it b; I I
; and C s presidi nt, ruited the musi
" : Butler. C lum- group to ei
ip.....ted the af- -: ting of tl fad
step taken y thi X- w the credit d
-1 aid
. ruerher. "His fanal
ission I J< and poli-
Thi untry arc furnished him
nsti of Eur< pe'
rig I tual, cultural, musicii
resources need for --------------------------
NOTED SURGEON TO
SPFAK AT ^PIMr>7fl
- : Imission r, r, ,, ,
reed give r I lamm H Breakstone.
New York 1 ty and K"0 -! s;:rSr>; -ll Chicago
C lui ia U r y | Vl set a ;' W1H be present
' An leges
niversu thi ughout the
y Is this not a
esponsi-
For real
HOLIDAY
Enjoyment
p
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5
Pearl Bros.
SOU DISTRIBUTORS
:; N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-6141
EDWARD T. NEWMAN
:-:::;g funeral home
PHONE 3-2111
to address the Spinoza Forum.
Saturday after-
un li r the canopv on the
lawn of Dr. Abraham \V .:
: : '.".: C :..:..- Aw. Mi-
ll is topic will bo -The
: the Br.,;n:' On Tu<
:.-. Dr. M rris S( hneer will
- eighth and final talk in
- Kr. .v Thyst If." Mr.
:- '-' t ian.
LEO EISENSTEIN
REALTOR
Phone "
C:-s: -: :..s St-. ;e
STRING QUARTET
HERE APRIL 11-12
Sti ing Qu : I will
re I ngs ni xt
'- 11
of the
'
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Shop,

Phone 5-5J78
BUG BUSTERS, Inc.
-:: FIFTH STREET
::: = mi eeach
i
you want Bugs that's your business
H ycu don't, that's ours

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\
Upton House Cooler Corn
COOLING AND VEOTILATINGT SYSTEMS '
HOMES AND COMMERCIAL USES
Expert Engineering Service
Without Obligation
2S.WASt?,UlMayFri"dSW1,H"
-______._______________ Phone 2-6433
Phone 5-2343
r710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-,
La 3-3431U
YOUR JEWISH
FUNCRAL HOME
Wt OfTlClAUT KPKSOIT
^MAJOMTYOfllOBriMll
JEWISH FUNEML HONES
HIIM MIAMI BEACH A MIAMI
r Exclusively Jew.\/i
use
ROKEACH
FOOD PRODUCTS
KOSHER for PASSOVER
ROKEACH
NYAFAT
A PURE VIGETAIIE PRODUCT
FOR COOKING, BAKING AND FRYING
All MEAT AND DAIRY FOODS
ROKEACH PEANUT Oil
ROKEACH FfUNI JUICE
ROKEACH PURE HONEY
ROKEACH BORSCHT
for eas/tr
HOLIDAY CLEANING
I IN FORUM s
TOBEGIVENaYllgj|
Section. National CoLS? ^1
ish Women. w,i OT o'H
day, March 16 at w^nl
the home of Mrs nil I."-tl
1030 14th St.. MuimilSI
BOOK REVIEW
men Talk ol I'eace" bfiM
fathering at Beth Dav7l'|
gogue Monday evening .'*!
Sponsored by the i^M
Sisterhood, the review will21
fit the religious school Hnfl
: August president stated, fi2|
may be had by contoctinifil
Norman Jacobs, chairman I
2-6893, or the ffice, 2-lfl? "
Custom-Made Seal CotibI!
Convertible Tops
One-Day Servic*
TRAIL TOP SHOP
1699 S. W. 8th St. Ph. |4|l
INCOME TAX
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE
ATTRACTIVE RATES
WRITE OR PHONE
N. A. SERVICES
P. O. Box 1922. V.ami 11, Fl*
Phone 9-2903
FURS
Stored Repaired
Aik About Yearly Serviet
MIAMI FURRIERS
American Bank Bldg.
Room 715 Phone Ml
Alka-Seltzer
IIAVK > j tried A:ki4cb.
** Mr for (tU on Stoaa\
Sr Stomach, "Morifif
After" ti Cold Ihr!
If not. \*hy not! Pj*
promi-t in aciwD. efinm
Thirty cent* and SfeV
cent-.
ROKEACH
KOSHER
HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS
ROKEACH SCOURING POWDER
ROKEACH KOSHER SOAP
P0K0H ~'or p,{'<". "
ond enamel
ROKEACH SILVER POLISH
^^^at tour cocu-i
.,1V. NERVINE
FOR relief fr m FjmUomI N
Toai DieUirii.:...~ rat u Sk-
Imniir. CraaldMM, CirruMtt
Nerroiu Heednchf ;.: I Nema >
iMllon. TlbleU Jit and *
Liquid ? end 11.00. R"d *n
tiooe and uee on.y u dircctei
ANTIPAIHPILLS^.
A SINGLE It \:
Pain Pill ofun
Beaaach*. HiKulir I'iiu
r Fanctlonel Monthlr
Paine JS for JSt. I
fortl.**. Get th m t jour
drug etore. Read dirxtioaa
and on only u-' d-.rrc.ed-.
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UaY, MARCH 16, 1945
* Jen 1st IJcridKan
PAGE ELEVEN
SPEND YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
at the
HOTEL LA FAYETTE
Q44 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 Atmosphere, Let U*
Do Your Catering
Sandwichei
Wine
Beer
1551 S. W. Eighth Street
Phone 3-7639
ALLASii ATHENA
224 W. Flagler St.
MIAMI ZIONISTS
NAME NEW OFFICERS
At a regular meeting of the
Miami Zionist District held
March 1st new officers were
chosen. Elected as president
was Hyman Sootin; honorary
president, Harry Simonhoff;
vice presidents, Harry Gordon
and Jerome Weinkle; treasurer,
Frank Rose, and secretary, Mur-
ray Cohen.
The new t>oai<3 of directors
is composed of: Abe Aronovitz,
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi S.
April, Rabbi Saul Applebaum.
Maurice Grossman.N. Adelman,
Al Quadow, Harry Simonhoff, I.
Open Daily
From 12 Noon
Until 10 P. M.
THE MOST UNIQUE RESTAURANT
IN COSMOPOLITAN MIAMI
[Exclusively Grecian Cuisine for Discriminating Epicureans
RESTAURANT
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Featuring
Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastries*
N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760
Delightful Cuisine In An
Atmosphere of Distinction
of
couuns
xJUJEnTIETh
Charcoal Broiled Steaks. Prime Ribs
Beef and Chicken in the Pot
Our Daily Specials
Club Breakfast From 7 A.M.
Luncheon From 12 Noon
Dinner Served From 5 To 10 P. M.
^Open 7 AJM to 3 A.M. Air Conditioned
OLD SARATOGA INN
Biscayne BouleTord at 77th Street Phone 7-7726
Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M------Sundays From Noon
Cocktail Lounge.....Fine Liquors and Wines
WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS
TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI, OR
BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH
Langner, Abe Cannes, Louis Hei-
man, E. Gordon, L. Gordon, Louis
Margulies, I. Shapoff, Dr. H.
Queen, Isaac Joffe, Joe Zalis,
Fred Shochet, Sam B. Miller, Dr.
S. Baer, L. Leibowltz, Oscar Ar-
gintar, Sol Schwartz and Nathan
Alexander.
Enlarging the Zionist mem-
bership in this district will be
the first objective of the new
officers.
PIONEER WOMEN TO
HOLD ANNUAL DINNER
TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT
645 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-6478
SERVING THE FINEST OF FOODS
Breakfast Luncheon Full Course Dinner
Reasonable Prices
EN EVERY DAY FROM 9 A.M. TILL 9 P.M.-INCLUDING SUNDAY
Washington
At 10th St.
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Hotel diioA.
Miami
Beach
DINING ROOM
Strictly Kosher Meals ItSO Reasonable Rates
For Reservation Phone 58-2341
Mgt. S. Handel. M. Oelford and Fay Levine of Spring Valley. N. Y.
FLAMINGO
KOSHER
RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN
Sandwiches DE LUXE DINNERS Luncheon
743 Washington Ave., M. B. Phone 58-2902
MAKE RESERVATION NOW FOR
SEDAR SERVICES
Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion of Greater Miami, club
number one, will hold its sixth
annual donor dinner Sunday
night at 6:30 p. m. in Beth David
auditorium. Mrs. Max Shapiro
will deliver the invocation. Ap-
pearing on the musical pro-
gram will be Jan Turkievitz, ac-
complished violinist, with With-
old Turkievitz as accompanist,
as will vocalists Ruth Brotman
and Cantor Abraham Friedman,
both accompanied by Miss J.
Cameron. Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Mrs. Miriam Gingold, of
Chicago, will be featured speak-
ers. Chairman of the affair is
Mrs. Henry Seitlin.
TO GRACE YOUR
PASSOVER TABLE
REVLINho
Collins At*, at
EL 13th St.. M. B.
DINING ROOM NOW OPEN
Reservation* Suggested For Full Passover Week
Deluxe Full Course Dinner Served from 5-8 P. M.
DIETARY LAWS OB8ERVEDPHONE 58-3668
MANISCHEWITZ
ALMOND
MACAROONS
you'll like their
just-baked goodness
DRINK PLENTY OF
CTTripure
Water
0ELIVERE0 TO TOUR HOME
(GALLON BOTTLE ..'... 60c
CASE OF SIX N
TABLE BOTTLES.......75c
Plus Bortlf Deposit)
PHONE 2-4128
Nemo Hotel
AMERICAN PLAN
KOSHER CUISINE
118 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
PHONE 5-3491
ONI BLOCK TO OCEAN
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
MUSA ISLE
INDIAN VILLAGE
1700 N. W. 25th Avenue
Alligator Wrestling
Alligator Farm
Wishing Well
Bead Bracelets and Bags
Silver Work Indian Dolls
Baskets Tom Toms
Pottery Blankets
Bows and Arrows
Take Bus 15 or 19
Belvedere Hotel
Dining Room
Euclid Avenue at 9th Street
Miami Beach
DINING ROOM OPEN TO
THE PUBLIC
Kosher Meals Dinner $2.00
PHONE 5-1103
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
TTuxutu
for Rest
CONVALESCEMCt
o~)ChronicCases
un-RayPark
e a Ith Resort
GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER'S
GEORGE
WASHINGTON
HOTEL
516 Washington Ave.
Phone 5-6617
e e e
Catering For All Occasions
Strictly Kosher Cuisine
Reservations in advance for
Sabbath Meals
miami- w.n.A0i.i io",eouT-n.oinDA
^Ht.
s
"TOGUST BROS RyE
** IS the BEST?
2lr-
VICTOR HOTEL
AND DINING ROOM
Ocean Drivw at 12th Street
Managed and Operated By
D. ROSNER
PHONE 5-0041
Miami Beach
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
MAX'S
DELICATESSEN &
T
1131 W. Flagler Street
TELEPHONE 2-9392
We Carry a Full Line oi
MATZOHS, WINES
And All
PASSOVER
ACCESSORIES
We Advise You to Place
Your Order Easly
SEKVISO x,
FLORIDA S FINEST AM ERlCAN |EWlSH DINNER *V
A NEW ARRIVAL OF
FRESH NORTHERN
Whitef ish Pike Carp
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
East Coast Fisheries
360 WEST FLAGLER STREET
PHONES 3-5514 3-55 15 3-5516
Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, NutsIn Fact
YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS
may be obtained at the
mill
ii
jL:
jM'i|
liiiuil
mum
mill
III!
Hill

III
inn
I
Qtiicaieteeti and ReAiaubajnt
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET
PHONE 2-98 14
The Finest Kosher Passover Wines
Imported and Domestic
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PAGE TWELVE
*JewisbFto?d&!L
FRIDAY, MARCH
OBITUARIES
MIAMI T NEWS
Sports Night at the "Y" March 21
Plans for the Sports Night
sponsored by the Athletic Com-
mittee of the "Y" are completed.
This will be held at the Town
"Y" auditorium on Wednesday
evening, March 21, at 8:30 o clock.
At that time Max Rosenfeld. new-
ly appointed manager of the "Y
diamondball team, will be given
a reception, after which the ap-
plications will be taken from
those who want to sign up for
the diamondball team.
The feature attraction will be
two boxing bouts and a judo ex-
hibition by the Navy personnel.
Refreshments will be served.
Council Dance Sunday Night
The Youth Council of the X
will sponsor a dance Sunday
NEW DIAMONDBALL
MANAGER AT "Y"
Mil
the
Tow
nounc
manage
diamondball ,.
Rosenfeld has a splendid ath-
letic background. While attending
the University of Alabama he
starred in football and
From there he mi given a con-
tract with the St. Loin- Brewiis
in the American LeaglU He also
plaved with the Brooklyn Dodg-
ers! While with Brooklyn, he
came In second in the National
League with a letting aver..gc
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
MISS LEONOBE ROSEN
, ;, iti.si-n -' 1"-" M'r|-
v Leonore It;--". .
night, March 18, at the "Y" Ad-1 ^ H"E"P&J538 a.',:""'
mission is free. All teen-agers aie M....... Rabbinical A****"
'nVlted- Junior Sedar JSSL 4W%J" W"''
Bo
the
In a loeal
m
survived
nou
Junior
March 25* are progressing. This
is the second annual Sedar spon-
sored by the "Y" Youth Council
and this year will be bigger and
better than ever. All the tradi-
tional ceremonies of Passover will
be observed. A supper w I
served for which reservation.- ..
necessarv. .
This Sedar is for boys and gins
12 years of age and over. Rc-
servations are limited.
| of 359. His lifetime batting aver-
; ,-,^e for IT years was .319. In the
American Association for one
. iwitkin wrvi
;".....
^ETH^VIC.'"CONGREGATION.
:-'
1 kt
'"\ "","' the? Mra PeVrl K..W-.'and a
1"% Sunday by Blveraldj Me-
morial chapel for aervlcM and burial.
MRS DORA ESSEXMAN
,:';,.. Saturday by BIv.tm d.- M.-
chapel foi iervlcea and burial.
MRS. JENNIE MILLER
Mr* Jennie Miller. W.ot 1330 Ocean
,,. riled laal week In a hoai.ltnl.
irvlved by two dauthtera^nd
... ,n .,f N.-w V.nk. Tho body
i ,., Riverside Memorial chapel
to 8> rai ie, N Y.
HYMAN EPSTEIN
Hvman Bpateln, l 1'r.xol Aye..
,u,, in a local hoapiul ta jur-
,:,,',! y hi, widow, Julia, and four
dnuahtem, Mlaa Dorothy, Mr* JM>
Tllllm Mrs Bldnev Bdelber*. and
Maurice Schweltter. funeral ar-
.....i- .!. In eharne of the
nlde M< i""i lal chapel.
coMM.Fr i SSLUg
taM l. Ik. -.,hl","WD |
Call W. A. (Arn r i
Ph. 3-6533, rfffftd
Keep on Buying WaTi^J
M
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
He was manager "f the JacK- MUNITV CENTER. Conservative. 141b
..lie ball club of the South-
easti rn League and also man-
aged Miami B< ach in Class D
basketball leagUi
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MABY SCHREBNICK. Representative
Arthur Sheir. ot New York,
is here to spend u Short V*
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Sheir, 726 Flamingo Dr.
Following Friday night serv-
ices at Congregation Beth hi last
week, Mrs. Ashnor addressed a
group on Haddasah and its va-
rious functions.
B'nai B'rith ... well
attended meel
visitors. Hvman Rubin,
of the Fifth District, sp
The Misses Esther Barash
Sherlee Barish have been initiat-
ed intoDcla Phi Epsilon soi my.
Dr Carl N. Herman addressed
p meeting I the A in As-
sociation oi Univi n ity Women
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lie\wiislh-JEIliOipidliigun ^ %  T H E JEWISH UNITY F ana THE IF WISH WEEKLY >[ijME 18-NUMBER 11 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS 1ST CLOVER CLUB jeorge Alpert, one of Boston's lawyers andean outstandfigure in Jewish communal airs, will be the guest speaker [the Clever Club, Miami, on half of the Federation 1945 gpaign. ["he drive of American Jewry the relief for the first victims | Hi tier ism in European lands, the rebuilding of the Jewish lti.mil Home in Palestine and the adjustment of loyal return this country as well as needs will receive consideram Mr. Alpert's remarks, %  orn in Boston, Mr. Alpert rebOf] UIOJ] .MjSap /V\B( SIU, P3AI3D diversity Law School, from he was graduated Magna M Laude. He was subsequentpointed to the office of Asjnt District Attorney for SufCounty. Mr. Alpert has peved a high reputation in the profession. A veteran of p : War I, his two sons are serving their country in Md War II. Jr. Alpert has been a vital fce in various Jewish communal Ivities in Boston, having this ^r served as chairman of the tropolitan Division of the Boscampaign in behalf of the fted Jewish Appeal. Having tudy of Jewish problems Ahull he has manifested a i personal interest, Mr. Alis unusually well equipped iiscuss any phase of current (fish affairs. His exceptional pities as a speaker have left leep impression on the many |iencos he has addressed. "lie function Sunday morning under the auspices of the adIce gifts division, headed by tbert Seher and David Phillips. IK' i s of this division have invited and will learn first many of the intimate facts corning the organizations reing Federation funds for en they will solicit locally. Jnday afternoon, a cocktail 7, by invitation only, will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K'l Wolfson, 316 South CocoLane, Palm Island, to inirato the Liquor Division aces. >ARATIONS BODY TO :LUDE ML L LUBLIN Washington (JTA)—Dr. Isadore Uin will represent the United on the Reparations Com""i in Moscow, Secretary of |e Edward R. Stettinius ani c n leave oi absence as sta tes Commissioner of statistics, Dr. Lubin has i serving as White House aide, atettinius said that it was a | Personal satisfaction to have ih u as his associate again mat he knew of no man fr qualified for the job. RECORD-BREAKING CAMPAIGN IS READY TO GET UNDER WAY WITH FULL SPEED Going into full stride, the campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is beginning to assume all aspects of history making and record breaking^ for the Greater Miami community. While the drive officially starts April 8 and lasts through April 22, activities are well under way towards the organization of the divisions, committees and volunteer workers. George Chertkof, Miami attorney, has assumed the chairmanship of the '45 drive, for which a quota of $305,000 has been set to meet the needs of 63 local, national and overseas agencies. Mr. Chertkof stated that "if the entire prospect list of Federation is canvassed and each of the residents given the privilege of participating in our humanitarian effort, I believe our goal will be met. We must realize that this year's quota is substantially more I than last year's $189,000 figure, | and every effort must be made to insure the success of the drive. We must make certain that overconfidence by virtue of early increased giving by the small number contacted does not leave us short of the goal at the end of the campaign due to a letdown in activity.' Executive director of Federation Joseph Rose stated that a preliminary survey of the precampaign gatherings already staged indicates that members of :hc Greater Miami area realize their responsibilities and are meeting the needs by substantially increased giving. Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national chairman of the JDC, a major beneficiary of Federation's drive said that an estimated million and a half Jews remain in continental Europe, of whom a million are in Allied liberated territory. Of the first number fully two-thirds are in the direst need of assistance, including food, shelter, clothing and medical aid. and must turn to the JDC for such help. Unless prompt relief is forthcoming for them thousands of Jews freed at last from Axis tyranny face death this year through want and neglect. Rabbi Wise disclosed that JDC aid programs are now in operation in sixteen countries in Europe alone, as well as in other countries in North Africa, the Middle East and other areas affected by the global war. "The needs this year,'' Rabbi Wise said, "are more than double last year's. They are in fact the greatest of any year in the three decades of JDC's history." F WARNS AGAINST RASH LINES OF BOUNDARIES London (JTA)—Apparently referring to the persistent rumors that a plan for the partitioning of Palestine is being considered, the liberal New Statesmen and Nation warns against "rash drawing of boundaries." Such action, it points out, could nullify the Lowdermilk scheme for irrigation and electrification of Palestine. It says that Palestine must be open to all Jews who wish to settle there and advises Britain to help in the development of the country and thus give the Arab inhabitants confidence that they will not be neglected in post-war plans. The Sunday Observer this week paid tribute to Dr. Chaim Weizmann on the occasion of his return here from Palestine. Reviewing the tense situation there, the paper says that the dilemna created by the conflicting ArabJewish claims calls "for all of Weizmann's forbearance and sagacity. At 70," it concludes, "his task of sterring his people to peace and security is not nearly done." DEWEY SIGNS BILL FOR ANTI RELIGIOUS LAW Albany, N. Y. (JTA)—The nation's first measure barring racial and religious discrimination in employment became a law this week when Gov. Thomas E. Dewey signed the Ives-Quinn Bill which had previously been approved by the Assembly and Senate. An audience of more than 200 persons witnessed the event as the demands for souvenirs forced the Governor to use twenty-two different pens in writing "Approved Thomas E. Dewey, March 12, 1945." Until he reached the date, he used one pen for each letter and then the last two pens took care of the date. At the close of the bill-signing ceremony, the largest of its kind in the memory of the capitol's oldest attachees, the first souvenir pens went to the legislative sponsors of the measure—Irving M. Ives, of Chemango, Republican, majority leader of the Assembly, and Elmer F. Quinn, of New York, Democratic minority leader of the Senate. T WILL BE SPEAKER BEFORE HADASSAH Judge Bernard Rosenblatt, prominent figure in the National Zionist movement and vice presii dent of the Zionist Emergency Council, will be guest speaker at I the Miami Chapter of Hadassah's : membership tea next Tuesday, March 20. With the spacious home 1 of Mrs. Abe Goodman, 3355 Flamingo Dr., as setting, more than 1 100 new members are expected to be welcomed into the Hadassah %  fold. Admission will be "Bring a i Member." Mrs. Matilda Ratner, I chairman of the membership comI mittee. announces that this is one in a series of events to increase the membership roll to 1,000. Mortimer May, president of the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization, was guest speaker at the organization's meeting last week. More than 300 women were present at the Edwards hotel, scene of the event. REPORT DISCOVERY OF OIL NEAR DEAD SEA ZIONIST CONGRESS IS HELD IN MONTEVIDEO London (JTA)—H. A. Goodman, leader of the Agudas Israel in Britain, who has just returned from Switzerland, revealed that while there he conferred with, Jean Musy, former Swiss federal councillor who was instrumental in securing the release of 1.200 Jews from Theresiestade, concerning the possibility of future rescue activities. Musy is now in Berlin. Montevideo (JTA)—The 300 delegates from more than a dozen countries who are attending the first Latin-American Zionist Congress, now in session here, where the guests of honor at a mass meeting sponsored by the congress to mark the anniversary of Uruguay's struggle for independence. More than 8,000 Jews and non-Jews were in the audience. Five hundred members of the Macabbi youth organization parade in the stadium where the meeting was held. Discussion at the congress has been chiefly centered so far on means of securing a Jewish national home in Palestine, and of obtaining Jewish representation ,at the forthcoming United Nations conference at San Francisco. One of the speakers. Rabbi Klein of Buenos Aires, also demanded that the Allied nations grant the Jewish people co.belligerent status. A sharp debate was precipitated by one delegate who suggested that the Zionists have faith in Britain s good intentions. The overwhelming majority of the delegates indicated that they believed the Zionists must depend on their own efforts if their aims are to be achieved. Buy Bonds now. You are lending—not giving. Jerusalem (JTA)—The Arab press reports the discovery of 1 "considerable quantities of oil" somewhere between the Dead Sea and the Egyptian border. The discovery was made by members of a British oil research group which is conducting boring operations in that region, the report said. An Iraquian trade delegation has arrived here to negotiate a treaty between Iraq and Palestine. At a reception for the delegates, Geoffrey Walsh, economic advisor ot the Palestine Government and Food Controller, pointed out that while Iraq was a "supply" country, Palestine was a "demand" country and, therefore, the two could cooperate to their mutual benefit. Palestine, he said, needed raw materials from Iraq, and could export to it manufactured products in return. In 1944, Palestine's imports from Iraq totalled about $13,500,000 while its exports to Iraq amounted to only about $1,500,000. ASKS RECOGNITION OF JEWS AS U. N. MEMBER Washington (JTA)—Rep. Andrew L. Somers, New York Democrat, speaking in the House, called for recognition of the Jewish Jewish people as a member of the United Nations and demanded representation for it at the San Francisco Conference. He declared it an injustice that Palestine's Near Eastern neighbors, Egypt. Saudi-Arabia and Iraq, will be represented but that "the nation that has suffered nearly as many casualties as all the others combined, the nation whose sons have valiantly fought and died on all the fighting fronts, that nation will not be given the same consideration and privilege we have given even to the nations who have been neutral even up to yesterday." N. Y. SERGEANT OWNER DFS AND AIR MEDALS New York (JTA)—Sgt. Joseph D. Marks, 22, Army Air Forces, of Pittsburgh, Pa., has received the Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal and eleven Oakleaf Clusters, for heroism as an engineer-gunner in the European area, it is reported by the National Jewish Welfare Board. He has flown on 70 combat missions, including assaults on targets in France, Holland, Belgium and Germany. Sgt. Marks served aboard a B-26 bomber on missions during which, according to the DFC citation, his "unfaltering devotion to duty and tireless zeal were inestimable contributions'" to their successful completion. Dade county's force of 5,000 volunteer workers in the $520,000 War Fund campaign are going at their tasks with renewed energy preparatory to the first campaign report meeting Friday. Hyman has announced the meeting 'o be held at noon in the Seven Seas restaurant will be the first tallying of workers' reports. Dade county must reach its $520,000 quota of the national goal of $200,000,000 by March 31. Hyman believes this area can attain its goal, perhaps even exceed it, as it did last year bv $46,000. Contributions are generally higher this year, probably in response to Hyman's reminder that j a 25 per cent increase is neces1 sary to offset the loss of horse racing revenue. The one-day pay plan of contribution is also meeting with success. Hyman said. Many firm and employes are making it the yardstick of their individual quotas. The American Red Cross has made public a statement paying tribute to Jews for their support i of the organization and announcing that a "Red Cross Sabbath" i will be observed in synagogues and temples throughout the country on March 16-17. "Jewish people throughout the eountry have supporteu tne Red I Cross, financially as well as by | volunteer service in past years i the statement said. "Their continued wholehearted support is vitally needed during the coming year. Red Cross Sabbath, coming in the midst of the 1945 War Fund campaign, will provide an opportunity for rabbis everywhere to urge their followers to ; continue support of the Red Cross." A contribution of $5,000 to the 1945 National Red Cross War fund was announced by B'nai I B'nth. through its president. Henry Monsky. This is the third I successive year in which B'nai Brith has contributed a similar sum from its National War Service Fund. ONLY ONE JEW LEFT OF 50,000 IN CITY OF BONN London (JTA)—When the AlI lied armies entered the city of Bonn they found a single Jew among the 50,000 civilians who remained behind when the German troops fled, the Daily Express reports. He had been in hiding for months to evade the Nazis. Another dispatch from Germany tells of how Master Sergeant Bernard Bernkof, a Jewish refugee from Germany attached to the U. S. First Army as an interpreter, found his mother and father in Cologne among the 100 Jews who remain of the citys pre-Hitler Jewish population of 16,000. The aged couple who had not seen their son for 12 years, had been sheltered by non-Jews for the past year. JEWISH AUTHOR JOINS THE STAFF OF THE JDC New York (JTA)—Harry Sackler, noted Jewish author, has joined the staff of the Joint Distribution Committee, it was announced by Joseph C. Hyman, executive vice-chairman of the JDC "Mr. Sackler will utilize his literary talent and knowledge of languages to clarify to the Jews of America the work of the JDC and its efforts to help in the reconstruction of Jewish life in the liberated countries of Europe" Mr. Hyman said. Mr. Sackler. in addition to his literary activities, has also been active in Jewish communal work. ':' % 



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)AY, MARCH 16, 1945 *Jewist) FlorkUan PAGE FIVE Ml 11 HEED THE NEED —GIVE THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE" ARE YOU !'Tnkc her down!" With these words, Commander Qilmort signed hliown death warrant. Rather than risk losing hit boat and crew, from enemy fire, the wounded Commander ordered his submarine to submerge—with himself outside. How much is "duty"? BLOOD DONOR? CAUTION! Eat no food for four hours prior to giving blood No After Effects No loss of time—Immediate attention is given 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 Is Sponsored by B'nai B'rith and Woman's Auxiliary FLORIDA POWER BLOOD BANK STATION Inaraham Bldg. Daily 9 to 1:30 P. M.—Excepting Saturdays JACKSON 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. This Appeal Made Possible Through The Co-Operation of: GIBSON HOTEL 541 N. E. 2nd Ave. ANCHOR HOTEL 1585 Washington Ave., Miami Beach BEVERLY TERRACE HOTEL 3227 Biscayne Blvd. PAN AMERICAN HOTEL 27 N. E. 2nd Ave. JEFFERSON PARK HOTEL 2176 N. W. 7th St. SEVENTY-NINTH STREET HOTEL 279 N. E. 79th St. ANTILLA HOTEL 1108 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables FRANCES HOTEL 19 N. E. 3rd St. ALAMAC HOTEL 1300 Collins Ave., Miami Beach DEVON HOTEL 6881 Indian Creek Dr., Miami Beach RUTHERFORD HOTEL 135 N. E. 3rd St. SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach OCEAN SPRAY HOTEL 4330 Collins Ave., Miami Beach TIDES HOTEL 1220 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach WOFFORD HOTEL 2400 Collins Ave., Miami Beach SURREY HOTEL 4390 Collins Ave., Miami Beach IMPERIAL HOTEL 50 N. W. 8th St. CLAVELON HOTEL & APTS. 4210 Collins Ave., Miami Beach SOMERSET HOTEL 335 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach BREAKERS HOTEL 2425 Collins Ave., Miami Beach HOTEL EDWARD 953 Collins Ave., Miami Beach LESLIE HOTEL 1244 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach ROWE HOTEL 6600 Collins Ave., Miami Beach MANTELL PLAZA HOTEL 2400 Lake Pancoast Dr., Miami Beach WELLINGTON HOTEL 655^ Euclid Ave., Miami Beach BAY TERRACE 1995 Bay Dr., Normandy Isle i' I



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MARCH 16. 1945 *knisl fkridlinn PAGE THREE Purim Was Observed in the greater Miami Area This Year I The Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Ljth Welfare Board served more than 600 Servicemen at Purim Purim was celebrated this year in gala style by the constituent %  ncies of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee. Three fcneiand dance parties were held in Miami and Miami Beach and omoduted servicemen coming from as far as Key West and Ft. I'Yhe first Purim dinner and dance was held Sunday, February L ... the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, and was spon|ed by the Senior Hostess Group of the Jewish Center. A com• *'*V, I %  ft* ~sf '..m.*^7 CANTOR MAMCHES IN 10TH ANNIVERSARY Rev. Maurice Mamches will celebrate the completion of ten years of service with Congregation Beth Jacob when he is presented as featured artist at a concert Sunday evening, March 18, at 8:30 p. m. at the synagogue, 301 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Cantor Mamches, assisted by Miss Anyuta Melicov at the piano, will render liturgical, folk, classical and operatic selections, so that his many friends who join him in prayer from the sacred pulpit may participate in the occasion. Others who will appear include Jan Turkiewicz and his brother, Witold, and artists introduced through Miss Ruth Brotman. In the past ten years, Cantor Mamches has participated in many of the functions for local and national groups. Under the sponsorship of Miss Bertha Foster '


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PAGE SIX CONFERENCE WAS M^^JJSIGTJTER HELD FEBRUARY 4TH | HAVE TO RE-REGISTtK The business session of the 1 .£&^^J3£Jmi Southeastern Synagogue Confersince the last \, l adlvs os to ence was held Sunday, February register.their new aa< m 4. at the Thomas Jefferson Hotel, be eugiDM Birmingham, Ala. Rabbi Abra ham J. Mesch, of Birmingham, opened the session. Rabbi Mesch explained the purpose of the conference and the municipal f*5?SS mission seats, officials said Sun 'Registration boj ks will be open pose of the conference and the in the f V <£* f ,^ U \.J the need of active participation of M-u^. -4. T hey .. B Judaism in all matters fleeting preeet S fro •^-.->.-i communal Jewish life in the Mai .. ., ,,., .Wil 3-10. South. Rabbi Mesch briefly re:..... ;. M v i. with viewed the previous programs of Th. fween the six high the convention, such as the talk the run-ofl between by Rabbi Isaacsi n on "Youth and the Synagogue," and the address "^TTc^THAT SILVER mm ?HIS LEADERSHIP New York (JTA)-Thirty-six ization of America, and a num FRIDAY. MARCH men a we< k la' the Synagogue, and the aaoress ,^XTC made bv Rabbi Joseph Goldberg RppORTS 150.000 JEWb on Saturday morning; also the "*Jj RTTnn p F CT SAVED Saturday afternoon session on OF BUDArfcoi onvt.i-' "Adult Jewish Education." and ,_.., _..„ n i( ,the M'lava Malkah "The SyriaWas ingi n iJTA)—The utiice gogue and Zionism" on Saturday : War Informati n rep niJhl the Swedish press estimates that VICHY COMMISSAR HAS l,y WM HIS PROPERTY SEIZED Th e report states thai Jews di< I : starvation in conement said inai tnt men p., ... rty. tni U ged w ith "actions pre,. Elite troops judieial to the external security | ,: the state." Re-opening of a free-loan association to assist small businessmen, artisans and profi ssionals to re-establish themselves, was an• unced this week. The enterprise, known as the Caisse Isra iti le Prets, will operate in Pans and in ither cities of France with MORE JEWS PAY TAXES THAN DO THE ARABS Jerusalem (JTA)—Then an four %  mam' J< • their per cai ita tax is I .,, : active membe e orga n "" n >%  ?{£ ramtoth stein, president of the(ZOA, ,, ,,,the restoration te Zionist rsh.p of Dr. Abba HiUel SUver and lor settlemen of the ens pute Within the Zionist ranks United States, it was an -„,1 the The U %  ness Prevailing onis leaders nconnec•• POM 1 ,\ are greatl) dis made Mil ter C z %  p eiung th a, feeling lol '"'" .hat the izing that tn the Ame, :.: may spell ntire Zionist cause. I. ndon (JTA)-Oppositipn to the esi of a Jewish -.-.: anywhei of the | Middle-East • *" %  .... • f the Hou at which th. 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To Insure Your Requirements or order from route salesma n Calendar of Jewish Events FR ^,to Y nW| M C*uScU rfJawtoh Women. SS£ "wEES** n ro u,l Ml .on, %  ., ... n in Rev. Maurice '.,.;,„!,.. |0th Anniversary Concert. I, spartan. flral annual dance. S Y uH R HilhC. r Ulsterr.. neetlng, Miami Beach ..,, onter. .V.IIIUK. .Mtomj 11, ,. h s. i \ Ice League, ltench Y. II ,,1,-sati Ismrd meeting, rll Beth David Sisterhood, li'iM.I auditorium. Honk Ilc\ Up. i". „ TUESDAY. MARCH 20: !•„.,, sholem, general meeting: nn.l miinallon "f offleera; Hadas.... bershlp tea. Mrs A. Good\iiiiii Choral ami sing. ,, .,....,-.,•,,I l.v the Bureau ,,f leulsh Education In i'ipe-ratli>n with the "Tl" and affiliated con, Miami lliaih Jewish • :. s p. m. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21: in. ri'Kiilar meetlnK. at %  < Mr and Mr.M. Berlck, B( th Jai ob Adull In.-iliute. ion m r.i-ih I>avld Sisterhood ii. Workmen's Circle. regular membership II n;; %  SO p, m.: Miami Beach Jewish sisterhood, card party. \1.. imbo, 1 p. m : Snack Bar Com;. in Iteai-h "Y:" Miami Iteach Jewish Center Adult ('nurses motion With the Bureau of leulsl Education and spniisorinR intlons. 8 p, m THURSDAY. MARCH 22: il i •] lidi en's i 'ardlac Home. : meeting-, Beach "T." 10:30 reitulai meetlnK. 1 p. m. FRIDAY. MARCH 23: Jewish Congress, WornPrld n Review, 1:30 p. m. SUNDAY. MARCH 25: lieth Ji b Religious School. Model morning: Reach and Town •v lecture, Beach "T;" ArmyN.IV\ Committee conference. LEGAL NOTICES XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In tn under the fictitious name of Artistic Fabrics Co at Ji:i s. W. N. R .• Drive :it Miami, Flmldn Intends Mel said name with the Clerk ..! •':i'i!,"ilt i'..;itt i.f I'ade County, la. 16-23 S. STECHT NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN that %  '.: % %  ir derslgned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Ad Ventures Syndicated and Mad VI Ventures at 17"1 N Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida Intends to register ra I name with the Clerk of the Clr%  %  .lit Court "f l">tule Coanty, Florida. JI'IJES M MtSM.M.I, ZISSEN MII.T-'.N A FRIEDMAN Attorney f"r Applicant % %  %  r -16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that -•ii,"I. .I. -siring tn engage In .-under the fictitious name of I'.KI.-M.iKIS APARTMENT HOTEL 64 \ \ enue, Miami B-a<-h ntend • reglstei said mime with the of thi 'In Ml' '..int of Dade Florida HKI.I.A tlMTK I.EFK'iWlTZ DIANA CO" iPKRSMITH Vttorni Vpplli ant I Nl>TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that desiring to el ffftgre In .%  thi tltloUi l,ame Of ; ince Agency at An S'atloi .,: Bank Bhlg.. ntends to register srlth the I '! %  k of the <"lrill Courl of Da • C IUI <\ 1-lmlda. EDWARD JOL.L.ES I 6 FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN Waterproofing-Painting by Best Mechanics CALL 3-5091 I. C. SMITH 376 N. W. 22nd St. PASSOVERS TRADITION .' HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN Matxohs Matioh M.al Cak* Meal Egg Mafitohs Farfwl Potato Paiicakt Mix NTly • t ,re ef i.gerier Pen ever grorfsefi fsof • %  -1 •asce fco/UJ.y m*Mtl .-P'^ributed By "ON. W. 13ihSt. u 'Miami. Florida NATIONAL BRANDS. INC NOTICE OF DISaoTnTr^ NOT,C E P ,?VeSS^I RK ,n Snd h e'r P ., ^^ %  >" HUGO EaT^SSjH on the husin.-v, L. .? EN 5l RRSTAIKANTT, a ", ,'5* >ifi35| Miami Beach, KofuV^lSI was on the npi HT.—'.UMtcSI dissolved bv ,„, t,,,?"' ^Sjl the hus.ne,, i„'Vi'.UrTSTjiS on between said Hi-n!!"* *S GRBN alone. wh 5J. ZESI charge all ,|..|„ H '*'" r ?l receive all mone?, „" v '^<*l late firm. P>abl e to:i,"|l DAVB OOODHlH SILVER. KII';,.^^ Attorneys ASD WEB 3/9-16 NOTICK IS IlKnpnir;—-^1 the under.lgne.iuS ? ,v ^l hiislniHis under the Si 10 "iil Cl'RKKNT EVENT ITS '^Jl at 719 1-ngfnnl „ T g A T JftnW to register said name with „ ltt 5| of the Circuit c„urt ,of JL h ,"0il Florida. l 0I "*** CtiJI NATAI.I,: M Wl'i^^OCU Attorney for AODUeai. 3 H-M-M ( s-lj ..ml. Kin name with the" ,> rlt "' .'''S^.'^ Court of Dade County FI,!^ 0 *! MARX KK"^',',^,!' 0 ^^ a/3U t -i ?&3*' r A ip llc *"'* K N(,Tl i K ,s ,,K P-rarlrvEs^| he undersigned, deslrini to l* 1 n business; under the flct|,|„ M regis^'Jr;;:::,;.. '^v£i .h^ Circuit Court o, *& ^| MAX I.ITWIV M .. MOHItIS KXZER DIANA COOPERSMI-TH :/. A 6 .23T/2-/:i r 6 A "" iCanU NOTICK IS IIKUKRT GIVrXM the undersigned, rieslrtng to i3 in business under the flctltloiuS of Riverside It. i •. shn|) at }3 Flacler Street, Miami, Florida, irl tends to register said name tiikM Clerk of the Circuit Courl tf DM County. Florida HKI.KN MANX Sole Owner LEON KAPLAN Attornev for Applicant 3/9-16-23-30 4 I! IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COW IN AND FOR DADE COUNTlJ FLORIDA.—IN PROBATE. No Mil! In Re: ESTATK OF ADRA ABRA| Deceased. To All Creditors and All Person! B| ing Claims or Demandi Knld Kstate: Tou. and each of you, are I notified and required lo present I claims and demands which f*' either of you, may have again* M estate of ADRA AHI'.AMS itttuA late ,,f Dade fJounty, Florida. toH linn. W. F. Blanton, County Jutell Dadl CJounty, and file the samelnil cifflce In the County CourttKiatl Iiade County, Florida, wlihin cKq calendar months from the date <( % %  %  first publication hen Said .-laiias* demands to contain the leeal iMC ,'f the claimant and to be swotil and present,-,! as %  rest w ill ).. %  li.irr. %  >• • ."| 1933 Probate Act. Date Pel : 15, AD. %  >, TIMM \S JORKrH RAMBJL As K\ -cul I thi I. -' U:: J| Ti ita %  %  ADRA A:I'-U1| I le, cased MAX It SILVER Attorney for Kv 2 23 3 2-9-lfi IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COtfl IN AND FOR DADE COLW J FLORIDA. —IN PROBATE. In ReB8TATEOF*ROBEW^ LACE WOOD 1 %  NOTICE TO -IM-PITORf To All Creditors and Ml !> %  | lmr Claims or r> man •"" Raid Estate: ..-nl Y,.u. and %  %  %  notified and required to i'"*"^, claims and demat Is hir J" f ither of yon mat >}' .uj'""J estate of ROBERT WALL* \ •" rleceased lal • of DADE ';"">;-" Ida. to the Hon W I %  ";*" Countv Judge of Dads gjft 1 fl'e the .me in his g^'&& county Courth' ''' ,Zjt Florida, within eight %  f'^.^tM from the date of thfirst t^-^1 hereof. Raid claims or "' !" n "5gg| tain the legal address of the r J3 and to he sworn to ar..I l ,r /,^, J.I i afnresjild. or same "}}}^Z£7j~f \ Section 12" of the 1M P"*fi*1 Date February 21* '.'VlV*. WAI.I.ACK TIEI.I. %  J As Executor of the %  I- V| Teetament of ROW-.K' j I^CE WOOD. Deceased MAX R SILVER Attorney for Executor. S !-9-l-*J NOTICE OF AP^ ATI0N TAX DEED Chapter jW* 1 *^*^ ] NOTICE I HJ^BBTOrVja Mae Mahody holder "f %  ". *9 1 Miami TSJI Certificate >•£ -,„,,jjl the (th day of July, A -„i hw<5l filed same In my ""''''J,,„ be l*JI application for a tai *f*tfHfM thereon. Said Certificate en. B m following described l ,n 2*Kr.P" County of Dade. State of H" Wit: niock Zl I.OI. IS to 40 Ine % %  ,,, fljl ford Highlands. SV-"t A^ To n| Clerk of Circuit CO County. Farias. (Circuit Court Se'^HSSOS 1 1 ^ 3 2 S 1 IJ



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UAY, MARCH 16, 1945 Jen 1st IJcridKan PAGE ELEVEN SPEND YOUR PASSOVER HOLIDAYS at the HOTEL LA FAYETTE Q44 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 Atmosphere, Let U* Do Your Catering Sandwichei Wine Beer 1551 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 3-7639 ALLASii ATHENA 224 W. Flagler St. MIAMI ZIONISTS NAME NEW OFFICERS At a regular meeting of the Miami Zionist District held March 1st new officers were chosen. Elected as president was Hyman Sootin; honorary president, Harry Simonhoff; vice presidents, Harry Gordon and Jerome Weinkle; treasurer, Frank Rose, and secretary, Murray Cohen. The new t>oai<3 of directors is composed of: Abe Aronovitz, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi S. April, Rabbi Saul Applebaum. Maurice Grossman.N. Adelman, Al Quadow, Harry Simonhoff, I. Open Daily From 12 Noon Until 10 P. M. THE MOST UNIQUE RESTAURANT IN COSMOPOLITAN MIAMI [Exclusively Grecian Cuisine for Discriminating Epicureans RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastries* N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 Delightful Cuisine In An Atmosphere of Distinction of couuns xJUJEnTIETh Charcoal Broiled Steaks. Prime Ribs Beef and Chicken in the Pot Our Daily Specials Club Breakfast From 7 A.M. Luncheon From 12 Noon Dinner Served From 5 To 10 P. M. ^Open 7 AJM to 3 A.M. Air Conditioned OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne BouleTord at 77th Street Phone 7-7726 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-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH Langner, Abe Cannes, Louis Heiman, E. Gordon, L. Gordon, Louis Margulies, I. Shapoff, Dr. H. Queen, Isaac Joffe, Joe Zalis, Fred Shochet, Sam B. Miller, Dr. S. Baer, L. Leibowltz, Oscar Argintar, Sol Schwartz and Nathan Alexander. Enlarging the Zionist membership in this district will be the first objective of the new officers. PIONEER WOMEN TO HOLD ANNUAL DINNER TRUE FARM FOOD RESTAURANT 645 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-6478 SERVING THE FINEST OF FOODS Breakfast — Luncheon — Full Course Dinner Reasonable Prices EN EVERY DAY FROM 9 A.M. TILL 9 P.M.-INCLUDING SUNDAY Washington At 10th St. NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Hotel diioA. Miami Beach DINING ROOM Strictly Kosher Meals ItSO Reasonable Rates For Reservation Phone 58-2341 Mgt. S. Handel. M. Oelford and Fay Levine of Spring Valley. N. Y. FLAMINGO KOSHER RESTAURANT-DELICATESSEN Sandwiches DE LUXE DINNERS Luncheon 743 Washington Ave., M. B. Phone 58-2902 MAKE RESERVATION NOW FOR SEDAR SERVICES Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami, club number one, will hold its sixth annual donor dinner Sunday night at 6:30 p. m. in Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Max Shapiro will deliver the invocation. Appearing on the musical program will be Jan Turkievitz, accomplished violinist, with Withold Turkievitz as accompanist, as will vocalists Ruth Brotman and Cantor Abraham Friedman, both accompanied by Miss J. Cameron. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Mrs. Miriam Gingold, of Chicago, will be featured speakers. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Henry Seitlin. TO GRACE YOUR PASSOVER TABLE REVLINHO Collins AT*, at EL 13th St.. M. B. DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Reservation* Suggested For Full Passover Week Deluxe Full Course Dinner Served from 5-8 P. M. DIETARY LAWS OB8ERVED—PHONE 58-3668 MANISCHEWITZ ALMOND MACAROONS you'll like their just-baked goodness DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripure Water 0ELIVERE0 TO TOUR HOME (•GALLON BOTTLE ..'... 60c CASE OF SIX N TABLE BOTTLES 7 5c Plus Bortlf Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 Nemo Hotel AMERICAN PLAN KOSHER CUISINE 118 Collins Ave., Miami Beach PHONE 5-3491 ONI BLOCK TO OCEAN Buy War Bonds and Stamps. MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling Alligator Farm Wishing Well Bead Bracelets and Bags Silver Work Indian Dolls Baskets Tom Toms Pottery Blankets Bows and Arrows Take Bus 15 or 19 Belvedere Hotel Dining Room Euclid Avenue at 9th Street Miami Beach DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Kosher Meals Dinner $2.00 PHONE 5-1103 Buy War Bonds and Stamps. TTUXUTU for REST CONVALESCEMCt O~)CHRONICCASES un-RayPark e a Ith Resort GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER'S GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Washington Ave. Phone 5-6617 e e e Catering For All Occasions Strictly Kosher Cuisine Reservations in advance for Sabbath Meals MIAMIw.n.A0i.i ••io" eouT-n.oinDA ^Ht. s "TOGUST BROS Ry E ** IS the BEST? 2lrVICTOR HOTEL AND DINING ROOM Ocean Drivw at 12th Street Managed and Operated By D. ROSNER PHONE 5-0041 Miami Beach Dietary Laws Strictly Observed MAX'S DELICATESSEN & T 1131 W. Flagler Street TELEPHONE 2-9392 We Carry a Full Line oi MATZOHS, WINES And All PASSOVER ACCESSORIES We Advise You to Place Your Order Easly SEKVISO x, FLORIDA S FINEST AM ERlCAN |EWlSH DINNER *V A NEW ARRIVAL OF FRESH NORTHERN Whitef ish Pike Carp FOR THE HOLIDAYS East Coast Fisheries 360 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONES —3-5514 —3-55 15 —3-5516 Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nuts—In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the mill ii JL: jM'i| liiiuil mum mill %  III! Hill % % %  III inn I Qtiicaieteeti and ReAiaubajnt 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-98 14 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic it? US %  i i



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)AY, MARCH 16, 1945 kwisMurkfian PAGE NINE B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By DAVID R. ISEN L day room at the Nautilus C,,-,i was dedicated last Surrfbefore a crowd of approxiLjy 150 men and women. Jn prv impressive ceremony, Brman Nat Roth and Presii Harold Turk formally turned [room over to the CommandI Officer of Nautilus Hospital. h c manner in which every bch of B'nai Brith worked tober to do this excellent and nlete job was an example ^operative effort that indiEs that the Women's Auxiliary, fYuung Women's Group, and IA Z A. membership comprise losi'ly knit efficient organiza(hat will succeed in any envoi' it undertakes, fhih day room, which is the iv name for a recreation room, fcmpletely equipped with ping L tables, a billiard table, wntTtables, magazine filled racks several very comfortable is and chairs. But the job does end there! From now on. nbers of the Women's Auxili%  and the Young Women's imp will be in daily attendance Living books, magazines, writpaper and being generally 'ul to the "boys.' lay it was announced that Your Income Tax Expert Advice Save* Money E. Marqua teaafaiiat 35 Collins Ave. Phone 6-33M GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimate* Qiven I. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 JALLANTINE'S ( ALE { \mtric* s Fictst Since 7840 IHSTRini'TED BY NATIONAL BRANDS, INC. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM M N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 •t care for chronic sick, convalescent and slderly people XNEL BEER. M. D., Director Reasonable Prices • Lsrgs Beautiful OroundsasiBB I WANT MY MILK EltRb. 1124 <"#• And Be BUM If • FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Producti" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VUit Our Farm at •200 H. W. 32nd Str—t two more hotels were taken over by the Army for use as hospitals. This announcement, together with the other newspaper stories concerning the Army's intention to retain the presently occupied hotels, indicates that Miami Beach is going to be used more than ever for our returnees, both those here for reassignment and those Here in an effort to regain their health of body and mind. It is the latter group to which we are going to have to devote more and more of our time. Miami Beach is going to have several hospitals full of tired, worn, discouraged boys; far from home and their loved ones. Records show that these sick men get well faster if they have some one to joke with, to talk with, to confide in. If they have someone who is constantly interested in their personal welfare and who does the little extra courtesies and helpful little things that make a man feel that life is worth living. Facilities, such as the day room, with the Constance presence of pleasant women and girls will do wonders for the boys. This part of the job of helping the boys to regain their health is something that we of the community must do to augment the great work that the hospitals are doing in providing the best in food, medicine and care for the boys. This work is the task of VOLUNTEERS—persons who do things for the boys, not because that is their job, but because they want to. Our responsibility as a community is tremendous—we of B'nai Brith have shown the way with this day room—we of B'nai Brith must continue to lead the way for more and more work of this character. PALESTINE SPEAKS! m WKAT SUNDAY 8:15 P. M. Wasn't it a thrill to hear that Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller heard from their son who was missing in action? He is now in a German prison camp. We hope and pray he will be able to return to them soon. FINANCIAL SECRETARY REPORTS 627 MEMBERS A report prepared by the financial secretary to Alfred B. Rosenstein, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, reveals the organization has 627 paid-up members. "The most important factor in the news is not only the total membership but the willingness of so large a number to assist in this program," the report added. A Torah has been presented for the chapel, which will be erected in the building, and plans for an ornamental fence enclosing the entire property have been drawn up. An operating budget exceeding 40 thousand dollars has tentatively been set for the coming year. The board of directors has authorized Mrs. Isidor Cohen, honorary president, to proceed with the organization of the Ladies' Auxiliary for the Home. Mrs. Cohen has announced her organizing committee to include Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mrs. Morris Dubler, Mrs. Daniel Broad, Mrs. Isidore Langner, Mrs. A. M. Bear, and Mrs. E. Gluck. The first meeting of the newly-formed group will be held at the Home. 335 S. W. 12th Ave. on Monday. March 19, at 2 p. m. Mr. Rosenstein stated that there is 30 applicants under consideration for admittance to the Home. RUTH BROTMAN PRESENTS Bronislaw Huberman INTERNATIONALLY FAMED VIOLINIST DmECTOR OF PALESTINE ORCHESTRA "Acclaimed by Toscannini and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, as one of the greatest living violinists" SPONSORED BY American Jewish Congress Monday, April 2—8:30 P.M. WHITE TEMPLE AUDITORIUM 320 N. E. 2nd AVE. TICKETS ON SALE MARCH 10th $1.50. $2,00, $2.50 PLUS TAX Miami: Burdine's. Red Cross Drug Store (Kodak Dept.). Miami Beach: Roney Plaza Hotel. Saks-Fifth Ave., Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach Radio Co., Eddie's News & Stuff. 41st St.. Morris Bros., Miami Beach Hardware. 539 Washington Ave. Headquarters Dr. A. Hampton. 717 Langford Bldg. Telephone 90-2358 MILTON KLEIN Painting Contractor 1 No Job Too Large or Too Small PAINTING — PAPER HANGING WATERPROOFING PHONE 4-1920 Last Sunday 110 service men were served breakfast at the "Y." Incidently, Mrs. Rose Goodis was at the breakfast last week and was so thrilled at seeing what pleasure the boys had in having "a real Sunday breakfast" that she promised that next Sunday Lee Goodis, her son, and So Goldstrom's son-in-law, will provide 25 doz. bagel, 15 doz. eggs, and 15 lbs. of lox for the boys. Good work folks. ENIOY A FRAYLICHEN PESACH IN A TRADITIONAL ATMOSPHERE AT THE The Blood Bank, which is open 9:30 to 12 noon on Tuesday and Thursdays at Morris Bros. Dept. store is still waiting for more and more donors. Last Thursday there were 43—Let us beat that number next week. Keep it up Rudy Adler —you're doing a swell job. The final total of the "Night of Stars" for the Heroes War Fund was $24,458 net. Enough money to take care of the long distance telephone calls for the men at the Miami Biltmore Hospital for 1945—or approximately 8,000 calls. A check for the above amount was turned over to Sam Blank, President of the Army and Navy Committee by Dave Phillips, General Chairman of the "Night of Stars." In turn Mr. Blank turned the check over to Daniel J. Mahoney, Vice President and General Manager of the Daily News, which paper, together with WIOD did such a fine publicity job for the "Night of Stars." Among the other Ben Briths at the check giving ceremony at the Miami Biltmore Hospital where Herb Scher, Chairman of Talent, George Talianof representing B'nai Brith and Rudy Adler representing the Blood Bank—and the fine work goes on—because we have such fine people in our community. Mad* From Frh Oranq—


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PAGE TEN fJe^istntridiat^ Face Facts George J. Talianoff Executive Director A.D.L. fi uard FAMED VIOLINIST TO against %  •'•' %  APPEAR HERE APH1L L mini iir American way 01 me. Bronislaw Huberman. We devoted this c lumn t ly to one such threat In the form vl0 ': B nfidinl al rep* rt I tne 2 in a concert in h mittet of a world wide American Dental Associations w ..,.,Division, In t:0 Eradicate Fasdsm Council *<>n al.-. ogress ^ &f 2 .„ .no rt soon* red DJ Amei jointly with LAUDERDALE SERVICES At regular Friday evening servcea at Temple Emanu-El. Fort ,auderdale, Rabbi Samuel H. ew ror wnom [( Laudcx :, will review ti i Bells Toll." „,.),„,, i ,,, eradicate Fascism tounc:. on KCJIMU %  ""•— -jowi.-.i >%  % % %  — ASK FOR FARM HOME PICKLES A Prod_.-t of Manhattan Pickle Co. D Itr Puted By Florida Provision Co. 1725 N. W. 7th A\e. Phone 2-6141 Pearl Bros. from ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS a! your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Heclth U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand II DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are in Need cf Kosher Zion Products — Cell Florida Provision v_^0., Inc. Readers are familiar A'ith th< starting at dem D Homer's i y .: C art Juttici ,uted bj %  % :: r Steinbi : M %  M ? H the Boa. of '.; Il V Eastern R \. v • %  %  ; %  ;, am si :-:-' t prol s Rose A exan i i and subsequent acti n on th part : th Am rican Dental A,Hubermai nducl s ciati n offinnatiw p %  %  Oi : ; steps tak n -" •" %  • %  %  tru The ADA • j % %  st; temi :. %  i n | art; "." E luration 1 s thai ry A •'' •' : %  : %  right I ..." %  n race i Part t is tl road this •' %  %  :i..As a c :' .. ti n in:; %  ADL, C %  • %  I in C s. N( .. ond I tance of tl \ i { L'I iversity, declan 1 that ne .*! %  %  v \ luestions regar lins Anchlus : gion %  : • : ty will I A ; %  •' • 5 : : : ti ns : %  : % %  %  .NYU.' ing of tl f. g a confers Besides ing 580.. en Jusl St< in' for it b; I I ; and C s presidi nt, ruited the musi : %  Butler. C lum%  • %  %  • group to ei ip ted the af: ting of tl fad step taken y thi Xw •' the credit d -1 aid ruerher. "His fanal ission I '• J< % %  • and poliThi untry arc furnished him nsti of Eur< pe' rig I • tual, cultural, musicii resources need for NOTED SURGEON TO SPFAK AT ^PIMr>7fl : Imission r, r, ,, „ reed give r I l amm H Breakstone. New York 1 ty and K" 0 s ; :r S r >; ll Chicago C lui ia U r y | Vl set a ;'• %  W1 H be present An %  leges niversu thi ughout the y Is this not a %  esponsiFor real HOLIDAY Enjoyment p V •5 Pearl Bros. SOU DISTRIBUTORS •:; N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 EDWARD T. NEWMAN :-:::;G FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-2111 to address the Spinoza Forum. Saturday afterun li r the canopv on the lawn of Dr. Abraham \V .: %  % % % % % % % %  : : '.".:• C :..:..Aw. Mill is topic will bo -The : the Br.,;n:' On Tu< • :.-. Dr. M rris S( hneer will eighth and final talk in Kr. .v Thyst If." Mr. : '-' t ian. LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR Phone C:-s: -: :.. s St-. ;e STRING QUARTET HERE APRIL 11-12 Sti ing Qu :• I will re I ngs ni xt •'•%  11 of the %  t Ston Shop, %  Phone 5-5J78 BUG BUSTERS, Inc. -:: FIFTH STREET :•:: = MI EEACH i • you want Bugs that's your business H ycu don't, that's ours \ Upton House Cooler Corn COOLING AND VEOTILATINGT SYSTEMS HOMES AND COMMERCIAL USES Expert Engineering Service Without Obligation 2S.W A S t?, UlMa yFri dSW1, H Phone 2-6433 Phone 5-2343 r710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-, La 3-3431 U YOUR JEWISH FUNCRAL HOME Wt OfTlClAUT KPKSOIT ^MAJOMTYOfllOBriMll JEWISH FUNEML HONES HIIM MIAMI BEACH A MIAMI r Exclusively Jew.\/i use ROKEACH FOOD PRODUCTS KOSHER for PASSOVER ROKEACH NYAFAT A PURE VIGETAIIE PRODUCT FOR COOKING, BAKING AND FRYING All MEAT AND DAIRY FOODS ROKEACH PEANUT Oil ROKEACH FfUNI JUICE ROKEACH PURE HONEY ROKEACH BORSCHT for eas/tr HOLIDAY CLEANING I !" IN FORUM s TOBEGIVENa Yll gj| Section. National CoLS? ^1 ish Women. w ,i OT o'H day, March 16 a t w^nl the home of Mrs nil I. "-tl 1030 14th St.. MuimilSI „ BOOK REVIEW men Talk ol I'eace" bfiM fathering at Beth Dav7l'| gogue Monday evening .'*! Sponsored by the i^M Sisterhood, the review will21 • fit the religious school Hnfl : August president stated, fi2| may be had by contoctinifil Norman Jacobs, chairman I 2-6893, or the ffice, 2-lfl? Custom-Made Seal COTIBI! Convertible Tops One-Day Servic* TRAIL TOP SHOP 1699 S. 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LY, MARCH 16, 1945 *Jfettis ft flcridUatn PAGE SEVEN TFB MIAMI ABMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation • TU. TK*h Welfare Board Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service Of The Jewish Welfare SERVICE &m M r\ r* r\ PARADE! r MILTON OZER IS LED INJECTION Milton A. Ozer, whose [ ho former Ruth Lanfer Inhere, has been killed t serving with combat troops he 5th Army in Italy on Feb. It was reported. Lr went overseas with the infantry division in June, 1 and participated m^the inC,n< of Sicily and Salerno. 1J. being hospitalized for ma,,,,1 yellow fever, he was fc from combat and transc,i to the ARC. On this asInunt, he operated a clubmoNorman Lipkind, son of Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Lipkind, has been promoted to first lieutenant in the infantry, his parents have learned. He recently received commendation from his commanding officer for the superior manner with which he performed his duties of instruction in connection with the Depot Training committee. Lt. Lipkind received his BS degree from City College of New York and his LLB degree from Columbia university. He is at present stationed at Fort Ord, California. Pvt Bernard Benjamin Geltner, 19, graduate of Miami Senior High school, was wounded. Dec. 19, while in combat in France. He has received the Purple Heart award. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltner, 1784 S. W. Fifth St., he went overseas last October as radioman with an anti-tank company. He was stationed in Englang until Dec. 1. %  c. serving doughnuts and cof1 to the fighting men. He was lh the fust Red Cross unit to %  ch the Anzio beachhead and lered Rome with Allied troops. [ere he operated a doughnut ip lor many weeks, before pvmg on with the combat ops. A lengthy article in "Stars j Stripes' describes his popu•ity with the men and the exllent work he did. Besides his wife, a nurse at I National Children's Cardiac me in Miami, Ozer leaves, his Jrents, who live in Brooklyn, o brother both in service, Warpit Officer Sidney now in FlorIce, Italy and Cpl. Harold in Won, Arizona. Corp. Edith S. Green. 23, serving with the WACs in the Philippines, and Pvt. Leonard Green, 20, with Army air communications service in China, are the daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green, 1015 S. W. 13th Ct. Corp. Green, former secretary, has been in the WAC two years, overseas in New Guinea and the Philippines seven months. She works in a quartermaster section and has won the Good Conduct ribbon. Pvt. Green, veteran of 18 months in service, has been bverseas since last October. Former student of Miami Senior High school, he attended a radio school before enlisting in the Army. The family came to Miami from Michigan four years ago. tERINGER ARRIVES lOME ON FURLOUGH [Cpl. Irving Geringer, former Tianii Daily News sports writer, [cently arrived home on a 15ly furlough after spending 15 lonths in the hottest fighting in %  e Southwest Pacific. %  The Marine, a son of the late lmuel Geringer, whose mother pd sister reside at 4397 N. Michan Ave., Miami Beach, wears ars for the invasions of New Jiinea, New Britain and Palau llaiMs, and says the toughest plumy was in the latter. "Our Igiment suffered casualties of 65 pcent during the 15 days we lent on the Palau Islands," he lid. "and don't think those Japs tent good shots. They gave us lenty of trouble." Young GeringI escaped enemy bullets, but lalaria put him down for a pie during this stay in the buthwest Pacific area. [Simultaneously visiting their lother at the Michigan Ave. adTess were Cpl. and Mrs. Bernard Jwinger, Smyrna Army Air Base, lashville, Tenn., and Sgt. and frs. David Mermer, Drew Field, [Bmpa. [At the expiration of his fur% ugh, Irving Geringer reported p Yale University for a sixteenfconth V-12 course after which he I'll go to a Marine Officer's Taining School. I Sgt. Herman Lobel, son of Mr. Pd Mrs. Solomon Lobel, 625 fest 42nd St.. was with the first [utn AAF troop carrier unit to "titer u ie Philippines, and exenenced enemy action shortly Per arrival. [Sgt. Lobel is a technical-adP'nistrative clerk with more pan two years' service in the buthwest Pacific. Robert Blumenthal, Miami Beach High school graduate and former student at Georgia Tech, was killed in action on Feb. 25 in the European theater, while serving with the first army, according to a war department telegram recieved here by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Blumenthal, 1045 Pennsylvania Ave. Young Blumenthal was awarded the Purple Heart after being wounded two months ago. He was hospitalized for 30 days, then went back into action. The news of his death was received by his parents on his birthday. He would have been 20 years old. His brother, Edward Blumenthal, is a student at Miami Beach High school. Sgt. Herman Marks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Marks, 3624 N. W. Fifth St., has arrived *in Italy for duty with the AAF, it was learned Monday. He is a flight engineer and gunner. A brother, Corp. Paul Marks, USMC, is convalescing at a naval hospital in Jacksonville after returning from duty in the Pacific. Corp. Eugene Marks has returned to Camp Hood, Tex., after a furlough at home. He expects overseas duty soon. Marine Tech. Sgt. Lavine Mendelson, son of Sam Mendelson, 134 W. 11th St., Hialeah, is home on leave following his return from the Pacific where he was a photographer with a dive bomber squadron, based in the Elhce and Marshall Islands. A brother, Dave 26, is in the Navy. STRICT IMMIGRATION CONTROL IS ALARMING Quito, Ecuador (JTA)—The recent government directives ordering stricter control over immigrants are causing much concern among the 5,000 European refugees here, the majority oi whom are Jewish. nAnr 'c On the occasion of Ecuador s declaration of war against Japan, Minister of Government Carlos Gueverra Moreno sent a letter to the newly-appointed director of immigration, Ramiro Borja y Borja, asking for closer supervision of the activities of foreigners. He recommended tnai action be taken against immigrants who received visas upon tneir promises to engage ^ •griCUlture, but who are not doing so. PASSOVER ACTIVITIES ARE BEING PLANNED Elaborate Passover activities for service personnel in this area are being arranged by the Greater Miami Army & Navy committee of the Jewish Welfare Board, Benjamin Lambert, area director announced. They include Sedarim at the Miami Beach Community Center Wednesday, March 28, and Thursday, March 29; at Temple Israel Wednesday, March 28; and at the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation of the University of Miami on Thursday, March 29. Adequate preparations are being made throughout the community to house and feed as many servicemen as possible during the Passover week in local homes. Members of the community desiring to act as hosts to servicemen in the area are asked to contact Mr. Lambert at the JWB office phone 9-1323. Passover meals are also being arranged at a Beach restaurant and a Passover Sunday brunch will be served Sunday morning at the Beach Y, with the B'nai B'rith Ladies' auxiliary as hosts. Servicemen seeking Passover hospitality may contact Mr. Lambert or Chaplain Saul Kraft at the Cadillac hotel. Servicemen are asked to make these contacts, as only those procuring tickets in advance will be admitted to the functions. Married personnel must obtain special tickets for their wives. Religious services are scheduled in the houses of worship in the area, to include service men. Pvt. Norman Weiss is spending a 15-day furlough here, from his camp in Washington state, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weiss, 1018 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Norman has been in service 2M> years and is attached to the engineering division of the Air Corps. HUNGARIAN OFFICERS ARE HANGED PUBLICLY London (JTA)—Three Hungarian officers charged with torturing and murdering Jewish forced laborers were hanged publicly this week after being convicted by the People's Tribunal in Budapest, the London Jewish Chronicle reports. They were the first of a group of Hungarian war criminals charged with murdering Jews. The report says that heartbreaking scenes took place in Budapest when the bodies of 6,141 murdered Jews were disinterred from the ruins of the Hungarian capital and re-buried m accordance with Jewish ritual. The majority of these Jews were killed by the Gestapo and by members of the Hungarian proNazi Arrow Cross Party. At Sofia indictments against 64 of the less prominent war criminals charged with persecution ot Jews were placed before the People's Court this week by a special prosecutor. Death was asked for some and long prison terms for others. The chief instigators of the anti-Semitic measures, such as the regents, ministers and deputies, have already been convicted and many of them execu ted At Bucharest Colonel Isopescu, former Rumanian chief of police in the city of Golta, who is one of the war criminals being tried here on charges of organizing massacres of Jews, was accused of ordering the mass-murder of 40,000 Rumanian Jews in tne Bogdanovka camp, 20,000 Jews in the Domanovka camp, and many thousands of Jews in other Ca All 8 'these camps were established by Col. Isopescu in the Golta area, in Transnistna. when Phil section of the Ukraine was occupied by German and Rumanian troops. Testimony at the S established that the corpses of the 40.000 Jews who were denorted from Rumania to the Bogdanovka camp were thrown into the Bug river. The 20.00U Jews in the Domanovka camp JZZ killed by order of Col. Iso^u on the" pretext that they were spreading typhus and other diseases. Most people think of matzohs as exclusively a Passover affair. But to the careful and meticulous Horowitz-Margareten matzoh bakers, it's a year 'round job. The grain for their Shmurah Matzohs, for instance, comes from special fields in Accord. New York. The end of July sees an expedition of Rabbis from New York City arrive in that small farming town to supervise the reaping and storing of tht wheat, which must be cut only when perfectly dryRabbi Joseph Soloveitshik and Rabbi Max Schay, shown above, then store it under lead seal in a warehouse where it awaits milling. Then in January this wheat is again examined and ground in a picturesquely rustic water-powered mill open only ten days a year exclusively for this purpose. The mixing and baking, of course, are also done under the strict supervision of the Horowitz-Margareten Rabbis. Special care of this kind is extended not only to these Shmurah Matzohs, but also to all the products of this famous old firm. POST-WAR PLANS FOR PALESTINE Or Israel Goldstein (right), president of the ZionistOrganisation of XmeHcs! purchasing the first share In the new 11,500,000 Issue ofcom£Tn .tock of the Palestine Economic Corporation from Robert Szold, LhSrnS of the Corporation-, bo.rd of director, and a former president chairman or *j gw ^^ 0rQ n xatlon of Ame rlca. New York—The Palestine Economic Corporation, largest American business enterprise in that country, will utilize the additional capital of a new $1,500,000 issue of common stock for a post-war program to develop industry and agriculture in Palestine. The Corporation plans to carry out this program of expansion as soon after the war as possible, in order to accelerate the tempo of absorption of new immigrants by creating more opportunities for employment. At the present time, it has capital reserves and surplus in excess of $3,500,000. There are 1,400 American stockholders. Commenting on its activities, SDr. Goldstein said; "To* Palestine Economic Corporation, with its record of many years of sound policy applied to the encouragement of industry and business in Palestine, has had a part in the development of Jewish Palestine which reflects credit upon its leaders. It has had a number of cooperative, fruitful relationships with the Jewish Agency, the Keren Hayesod, and the Jewish National Fund. "In the new period which lies ahead, when American Jews will be called upon to make resources available to Jewish Palestine in unprecedented measure, the Palestine Economic Corporation might well serve as one of the reliable ffivejtrnent media." •: %  lI : sB i'



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, PAGE FOUR *Jmistifhrtdbn JTtnW MARCH 1 6 The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenuc^liami. Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1030 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3. 18.9 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year. $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH It'. 1945 NISAN 2, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 11 RABBI SHAPIRO TO BE TRINITY^SPEAKER Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, wil M guest speaker at Trinity Church Sunday morning. He will dis%  fPassover and the Las Sup: oil Tuesday morning the rab'>,i W ii] addri ss the students oi ah high school on subject "Passover. A a ire arranged by AI e xi cutive director ol ol Jewish Educal ited at 1 -TIDBITS FROM EVERY WHERE-_^H Murtiy, eonfidwtiti -By PHBJEAS I. BIRONTHE WORLD WAR III THREAT In possession of the Allies are sec.„. General Staff, blueprinting proposed actions to bririq SS In possession of the Allies are secret plans of the neral Staff, blueprinting proposed actions to brina German victory in World War III Among the Sr^i important items on the agenda is anti-Semitism proi*'N documents, what happened this time was that the antiW 1 documents, whatt happened this time was that the artuHl CARDIAC HOME TO HAVE MEMBERS TEA ..__ Di i ChilTHE SAN FRANCISCO CONFERENCE San Francisco may play en important role in the determination of the future fate of Palestine. According to a report from France, the whole question of the Mandates will be taken up at the San Francisco conference of the United Nr,tion<5 The significance of the San Francisco conference was clso stressed bv Dr. Selig Brodetskv, Chairman of the Board of 10:30 v & HA, I Deputies of British Jewry. He has called for uniform action among all factions of Jewry on a plan for post-war reconstruction HOLLYWOOD CENTER to be submitted by the Jews to the San Francisco conference. ft^S JEWISH CLASSES The conference in the California city will have the general n g participation of all representatives of the United Nations. Even • e Jewish Coi :• Centi 1 i l the representatives from the Arab states are expected to be g yj present. Indeed, the final declaration cf war by Egypt on the ; : ,., %  ;., Axis is reported to have been motivated by a desire to parti%  %  r p. m., a' clubi m i cipate in the San Francisco meeting. ArAll of these facts emphasize the need of some formulation cade. 11 I ill var I. N I ii uru-i L i -ii u only an I oys and of a joint program by Jewery. While the conference will be ; being held in an American city, all view points, even those antagon(' rmed. Rabbi Ben R i -,, • J rr • J .L T • > suii rvisor of I :' isuc to Jewry will be voiced at San Francisco, and the Jewish ,,;,, he point of view, to be successful, must have the backing of a are showing exc< results. A united Jewry. campaign in the USA was badly buffed anti-Senuj RABBI WISE VISITS BEACH MILITARY Ral : St( • S Wise who was visiting Gi f ati i Miami, A as r is present at ev< ry sessii :.. I thi' purpose of registering pupil.-;. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the 1 %  % %  w. %  Coi munity Ci nter of Hollywood is ^punsoring a card t County Safety Council P-/ : '> : entire proceeds of I SAFETY COUNCIL FILLS OFFICER SLATE I ut its slate of officersand •'' •• %  • %  : % %  go to the American .entlj coi I through the i even ers to the '', • :i Sunday evening, AAF Red Stati n No rectors at a mi ting March 18, at the Rotary Club. The 2 at Miami B G the Central Bd • Jl Per person the vari aI >d refreshments will be served. Kraft, assistant station chaplain vice-president and Thornton M. MKb. HObE ENTERTAINS and Benjamin W Lambert NaFincher was elected treasurer. EXECUTIVE BOARD Welfare Board r Charles E. Shay and Mrs. Edith tAt ^ ulI *eL?r' int i"' 1 -:!: •'" ; : r the southern part Howard were elected president Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, president kkii w in e and seci %  %  % %  respectively, at of the Miami Beach Jewish CenRabbiWise was full of praises a pre v. ting. ter sisterhood, entertained her exSS which 'depiSX 53 Direclors ele <** A"" l CUl T *P at a SUSS" !" mber ofservSen U su% !" J : <** **• Allen her home test week. Guest of through tionship re'ArCoroVffiiWiiTai an 0ther ta**** Wiil"be important work now to be done. M i&StSFtaS. S el f portly. T^ for the y Ststerhood's desoffered convalescent patients at A resolution was passed auI! \ c ,. pj -'. t >whlch Wl11 be! the Tow some tim ing sen' The trip to the Biltmore tal located at Coral Gabl special interest to g< Services were conduce, Chaplain Kraft and Rabbi Wise flhaUori with the National Safep ;. '; tne p 4 bllc invited to presented the sermon. :v Council. The trip to the Biltmore MosthissUUon andtherek? S arth Harv S? K P* !" A. L honor was Mrs. Stephen S. Wise. ; iSrtSn&tathe^nliw Reynolds, Roy Turner, Mrs. %  house guest of the Roses. She ion, thT !" h ESS JanM A. Dunn, and R. D. Freediscussed with the gathering the! held March 21 at 1 p. m. in the >wers Hospital and spent {homing the board of directors 2fi",u u p / m ln the time talking to convalesct0 em P lo >' a general manager „.^?„. Hd V( -' n ,u tcl M lami Beach, vicemen. wh 0 will operate the Council's £u e dlst L r lb uted at that time. pital was cut short when Rabbi BEACH MI7RArWT TM Wise was informed by a lone f^.7 !" MIZ-HACHI IN distance telephone call that his MONTHLY MEETING grandchild was dying in New %  Voik and made immediate arThe men and women's rangements to return. JR. HADASSAH PRESENTS SKIT atti nd a regular meeting of the sisterhood. Following a short bus'ness session, Mrs. Milton Sirkin % %  nd Mrs. Irving Lehrman will Present a program of the forthcoming Passover holidays. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to r,'ce £ StVtfflSS* ^gue^A.Tb Nation 6 help presen-e Democracy. any of th<^members fr0m :! ^-'"K-ndedla comfrolnfi l olu '_tion of the Palestine urohl.. m ;A.SToib.&i:' DM liberty Ball, paaling forth ill mastaga of indapandanca Iha timahonorad Pouover Sedar, marking man' first great ttrvggla for fraadoml 'ne problem. tiara? campaign in the UbA was badly fcuffed The Nazi^ minds acknowledged that they failed in their aim, the" 0 of inextricably involving one of America's major political ^ "That error dare not be repeated the next time," h $*** mission of the Nazi General Staff writer Two days beta i opening of the San Francisco Conference of the United Nafii. will be the publication date of a book that will create a sh* political circles Its title: "The Plot Against the Peace" K authors are Michael Sayers. and Albert E. Kahn. PALESTINE NEWS The Yishuv in Palestine is very calm, but determined .' told by one who just returned from Palestine If Britain tal to rescind the White Paper the Jewish community of PaW* will be heard from in no uncertain terms Some time be'twe* the 18th and the 22nd of this month you will read about anil spiring action with reference to American support of Jewjsk aspirations in Eretz Israel Rabbi James G. Heller's stctemo to the contrary notwithstanding. Dr. Chaim Weizmann's ii] to America next month will be primarily political, and not | the purpose of "fund raising." JEWISH PANORAMA The American Birobidjian Committee last month si to Jewish orphans in Birobidjan 4,500 pounds of powdered 31 4,697 pairs of shoes and 4,500 sets of underwear, not to mal tion 51 sewing machines for the use of those in charge of %  youngsters Bravo! That's constructive work Theodail Caster__ who succeeds Israel Shapiro as head of the Semi Department of the Library of Congress at Washington probably ranks as the most brilliant student of Arabic lore now living. That article in the Congress Weekly by Dr. Guiseppe Beri missed the JTA dispatch which revealed that in the dark dan| of Mussolini, Zolli had joined the Fascist Party in Padua.. LITERATI Leo C. Rosten, famous for his H YMAN KAPLANstorieJ will be one of the heads of the new publishing house that nil cater to the younger generation... He will share authority witk Reeves Lewenthal, of the Associated American Artists ad Dr. Margaret Mead, the anthropologist, and tells us that tin; expect to revolutionize the children's book business Ada Siegel, who as managing editor of the Magazine Digest brougbt it to a circulation of 300,000, and now is the editor of the net magazine called This Month, is the daughter of Dr. Isaac N. Steinberg, who in the early days of the Soviet regime served as People's Commissar for Justice P hilip Yordan, the playwright whose "Anna Lucasta" was turned down by ever; Broadway producer until the American Negro Theatre preset* ed it in Harlem, now collects a bigger weekly royalty ched than the author of any other Broadway hit shows ABOUT PEOPLE Sculptor Jo Davidson was delighted to hear that all U I many sculptures he had left at his Paris home are safe, thanb to the foresight of one of the Louvre directors, who before tit arrival of the Nazis had the Davidson works removed to j secure hiding-place Our referendum on who is the mo belowed Jewish woman in America discloses that Mrs. Stephen S. Wise has won first honors .. To the readers who guess %  rectly the name of the woman who copped second place m go an autographed copy of Pierre van Paasen's "The ForgoW Ally" It was on surprise to us when a Hollywood column* revealed that Lauren Bacall, America's latest heartbeat • bom Betty Weinstein Betty says she didn't speak of 1* Jefwishness because nobody asked her... Special recording of Danny Kaye's radio shows are shipped to enemy pr* camps, where they serve to cheer up captive American aiers Francis Lederer will tread the boards again this spri^ m a musical called "Mr. Strauss goes to Boston" He will pWJ the role of Johann Strauss Curfew or no curfew, the r# spot known as Leon and Eddie's is packing them in these ev ing It's all on account of their new singer, Marilyn Curt* whos drawing the customers like nobody's business ...J" what we started to say was that Curtis is just a stage nenne--Marilyn is the daughter of Eddie Cantor-so you know U must be good ..... FOOTNOTE *n£TT he l the "Prophesy of the Great Pyramid," which .t j SKS* l have ma *y important events?.-**! Eft 9 v that "P r phesy" March 4. 1945, was suppose^ DO~H k^ng of the "God-ruled state".It was j posea to Period. "***, 1 Alamac Hotel Dining Room 13TH ST. AND COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Now Operating Undar Hotel Management Irving the Bast Jewish Cuisine All Pastry Home Baked On Premises MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW FOR PASSOVER PHONE 5-2951



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PAGE TWO rjmistncrid&in^ PERSONALS Mrs. Walter Lazarus, of Raleigh, N. C. is here for a threeweek visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grccnwald, (ilO S. W. 10th Ave. WEDDINGS The marriage of Irwin Rosenstem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mrs Maria ISaiabnn has as her -uSte until Maj her daughter, Celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Myers, of New York, were tendered a dinner at the Sea Isle hotel Sunday by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Clara Fisk Brooklyn, N.Y.. took place FebR„ AHen France ^ ^ ruary 2.. ... T. u.. ,L "Se 'former Miss Prever wUllMinnie Hock continue as a student at Brooklvn College. Mr. Rosensjein u connected with the OWI in New York. N. Y. ATTORNEY INTERESTING SPEAKER Jacob S. Chalat, New York attorney and communal leader, proved a highly interesting and effective speaker as he appeared in the area on behalf of the 1945 United Life Saving drive of the FRIDAY^ MARCH M,ami Beach Hf Women'! Oman..-..! tine, will hold a dmnei night, March 22, al 6 30 I n eeedi UieafJ.ii *}.%&' be iter Ring lyceum. 25 Wasnguests included Mrs. Liara DISK "'•"" l 1 ;,, l V"U'iii"",.'w"mai Tied ington Ave., Miami '''•''"• "' of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Beach YM & WHA. was married ^^ ,,.,, j h Nat ,onal Fur | Child Rescue. Miss June Kessel. popular dramatic teacher at the Miami Abe Kominers Kominers, all Beach. and Mrs. Of West Odell Palm Dr. Theodore F. Arvan, senior assistant dental surgeon of the U. S. Public Health Service, attached to the Navy, is here to spend a short leave with his wife, the former Hortense Landesman, of this city. F< llowing his stay here, Dr. A; van will return to his post ..! the U, S. Marine hospital in New York City. Mrs. Arvan is el present residing with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Max Landesman. 12!> Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Monday morning to Leo Lienerman. of New York Following the ceremonies, the couple left I t a short honeymoi n trip. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Joi R senthal celebrated the fin; % %  i I thi ir :.. Alvin Jas nonth with a dinni r party h I leir I 1405 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.. Mrs. Gussie Hi rov tz, p lie, N. J., arrived we< k for ai Befoi Passaii. -' < was u ndei i I %  i birth li Miriam and daughter 1 ; Bl the U. s A S an. Mrs. A. Cz at her hoi following ccidenl suf. She will i visit Recently returned from 20 servia In the Can! = Capt. Robert B. Levin, son ol Mr : Mrs. 1 aac Levin, 430 N. —: K. 29th St., is in Miami on tem( : Ity. last Mrs. Herbi rt Kara %  • %  ol Mrs. Jack Apte will fly to Atlanta to spend thi wei ki id with her son, Stuart, nl at Barnesville Military college, Barnesville, Ga. Mr, and Mrs. H. Miller I W. 1st SI returned 1 thi city Mondaj after a plane trip t< Dehours. ; %  |j;: N Y. is visiting here R uesl ol Mr. and Mrs. : I mk, 4307 N. Alton .. ADLER REPORTS 42 DONORS PAST WEEK |y li. Adler, chairman of Mi m li Beach Bl I Bank 51 : B'ritl auxiliary, I that 1 past wei k 42 n lied in tour al ii n is located at G i Miami Jewish Federation. He told from first-hand knowi the .-uttering endured by thi Jews of Europe under the brutal N izi rule and the problems and responsibilities that lie ahead the more fortunate Jews of unviolated lands. PALESTINE SPEAKS! WKAT SUNDAY 8:15 P. M. ||7 ANNOYED OR *r DAMAGED BY INSECTS CALL-A-A EXT. CO 2694 W. Filler St. JJU ONEWAI TICKET Listen to our radio program, "Fas h i o n Time" over WIOD each weekday morning 8:30 to 8:4S Non-Rationed Peach lam 1 lb. jar 49 c (Case of 24 SI 1.76) Our wonderful peach jam is but one twelve delicious kinds by S. S. Pierc. and found exclusively at Burd.no's. Try peach jam for a new tasu thrill send it to your friends in the r. tin, POODS s :. ; n ices : u Mi s M fathei. the late Isadore Eizler, who passed Idenly March 1. ai B'rith Chapter, -JEMS" will hold a cake sale on the patio I Y.M W.H.A., l Lincoln R u .. Sunday at i n o'clock. B : Mr. A Her said thai %  umbel a %  i d to nal re( ord for handling \ Mrs. ..ii at the HERMAN HERSON DIES BAR MITZVAH Bru e Ala nd Mrs. Marion B. I! ss, 3541 S. W. 1st Av A'ill b( c % %  ir mitzvah lurin ; ii Tempi) tonight. A reception will follow. BRISM The Brism of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bernstein, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Weiss. Lt. odoi Bi rtram Hankoff, Mr. and Mrs Gi %  rge S :• and Mr. and Mrs. M k place this week with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. BARKANS HAVING HOUSE WARMING Cantor and Mrs. Emanuel nviting friends and thi community to a house warming at their new home 1411 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, this Sunday afternoon, March 18. from -' 6. Cantor Barkan is associated with the Miami Beach Jewish Ci : ter as cantor and musical tor and in addition is in charge of the Bialak Singing Society of the Bureau of J. Education. Herman Herson, 52, of 347 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, died Tuesday night. He came here from New York City four years ago. Surviving is his wife, Mrs. Lena Herson. Services were held Wednesday at Riverside Memorial .chapel, with burial in Mt. Sinai cemetery. AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD GROCER ASK FOR Kosher Products For Passover by Sunnybrook Creamery, Inc. 79 N. W. 20th St. Phone 9-1977 CIRCLE TO SPONSOSR ENTERTAINMENT Workmen's Circle Branch No. B92 ol Greater Miami will sponconcert and entertainment Sunday evening at 8 : 30 p. m. at the South Beach Elementary School at 4th St. and Lenox Ave Miami Beach. The proceeds will go to aid in rebuilding the Modem Sanatorium. The Sanatorium was built by the Jewish Labor organizations ot oiand and was destroyed l.v i the Nazis when they conquored "oiand. 1 .„ Ad (!? issi on T is S10 including tax. Morns Jacobs, 2-8336 in Miam or 5-3166. J. Pollock at Miami^ Beach may be called for SEVERAL HUNDRED HAGGADAHS AT EXCEPTIONAL BUY LOUIS LEVENSON 165 N. E. 24th St., Miami Phone 3-7791 Distributors of Manischewitz and Rokeach PRODUCTS MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building Phone M72Q '* i i i I %  %  Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. M7 Biscayne Bldo. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 Washington Painting Co BEN DICKERMAN E.r,or P.i ntinfl WaltrDro tSTIMATE FREE sVlovcU Qtotkeu Merchandiw Wa.hb.gton AT.. ., 13th St Miami Btach Parel and Accessory^ ifJ^Bta, St.. Miam, .Your purchases oil War Bonds make tht\ journey possible Independence for owl Nation and oppresstil peoples today... Fina*\ cial independence /w| yourself tomorrow. I I ORIDI POKH V U6t <"" | BUY MORE BONDS AND KEEP fJ SID PALMER'S HJNERAL HnS PHONE US? !" "lASg^COHn,!*! 1 ** GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS MR. FOSTER'S STORE SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STOtf 33 NORTH EAST FIRST AVENUE OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITU 2008 W. F1AGLER Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES, FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Beth David, Beth Jacob, Ma"" Jewjsh Orthoaox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Em Affiliate Congregations: Jewish OrlhoSox and %  For Further Information Phon* 9-2664. 922 or UP



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PAGE TWELVE *JewisbFto?d&!L FRIDAY, MARCH OBITUARIES MIAMI T NEWS Sports Night at the "Y" March 21 Plans for the Sports Night sponsored by the Athletic Committee of the "Y" are completed. This will be held at the Town "Y" auditorium on Wednesday evening, March 21, at 8:30 o clock. At that time Max Rosenfeld. newly appointed manager of the "Y diamondball team, will be given a reception, after which the applications will be taken from those who want to sign up for the diamondball team. The feature attraction will be two boxing bouts and a judo exhibition by the Navy personnel. Refreshments will be served. Council Dance Sunday Night The Youth Council of the X will sponsor a dance Sunday NEW DIAMONDBALL MANAGER AT "Y" Mil the Tow nounc manage diamondball ,. Rosenfeld has a splendid athletic background. While attending the University of Alabama he starred in football and From there he mi given a contract with the St. LoinBrewiis in the American LeaglU He also plaved with the Brooklyn Dodgers! While with Brooklyn, he came In second in the National League with a le tting aver..gc In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami MISS LEONOBE ROSEN ;, iti.si-n -' % %  1"-" M' r| v Leonore It;--". -• %  night, March 18, at the "Y" Ad1 ^ H"E"P&J538 a.',:""' mission is free. All teen-agers aie M Rabbinical A****" nVlted Junior Sedar JSSL 4W%J" W"'' Bo the In a loeal %  m survived nou Junior March 25* are progressing. This is the second annual Sedar sponsored by the "Y" Youth Council and this year will be bigger and better than ever. All the traditional ceremonies of Passover will be observed. A supper w I served for which reservation... necessarv. This Sedar is for boys and gins 12 years of age and over. Rcservations are limited. | of 359. His lifetime batting aver; ,-,^e for IT years was .319. In the American Association for one iwitkin wrvi ; ^ETH^VIC .'"CONGREGATION. % %  : % %  %  1 % %  KT '" %  \ "","' the? Mra PeVrl K..W-.'and a £1"% Sunday by Blveraldj Memorial chapel for aervlcM and burial. MRS DORA ESSEXMAN ,:';,.. Saturday by BIV.TM d.M.chapel foi iervlcea and burial. MRS. JENNIE MILLER Mr* Jennie Miller. W.ot 1330 Ocean ,,. riled laal week In a hoai.ltnl. irvlved by two dauthtera^nd ... ,n .,f N.-w V.nk. Tho body „i ,., Riverside Memorial chapel to 8> rai ie, N Y. HYMAN EPSTEIN Hvman Bpateln, l 1'r.xol Aye.. ,u,, i n a local hoapiul "•• ta jur,:,,',! „ y hi, widow, Julia, and four dnuahtem, Mlaa Dorothy, Mr* JM> Tllllm Mrs Bldnev Bdelber*. and Maurice Schweltter. funeral ari.! %  .• In eharne of the nlde M< i""i lal chapel. coMM.Fr i SSL Ug taM l. Ik. -., hl WD | Call W. A. (Arn r i Ph. 3-6533, rfffftd Keep on Buying WaTi^J M I i • MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMHe was manager "f the JacK, MUNITV CENTER. Conservative. 141b ..lie ball club of the Southeasti rn League and also managed Miami B< ach in Class D basketball leagUi Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. Palm Beach Notes MRS. MABY SCHREBNICK. Representative Arthur Sheir. ot New York, is here to spend u Short V* with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Sheir, 726 Flamingo Dr. Following Friday night services at Congregation Beth hi last week, Mrs. Ashnor addressed a group on Haddasah and its various functions. B'nai B'rith ... well attended meel visitors. Hvman Rubin, of the Fifth District, sp The Misses Esther Barash Sherlee Barish have been initiated intoDcla Phi Epsilon soi my. Dr Carl N. Herman addressed P meeting I the A in Association oi Univi n ity Women this week on the topic "What is Culture'.'" The gathering met at the home of Mrs. Allison T. French. Southern Blvd. Mrs. Libby Metz left Saturday to attend the wedding of her niece in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moss are receiving congratulations on the March 7. Word has been received from New Y.ak that Ben Kappner is the fatl • .March 3. The Army-Navj 0 htful affair at Boca %  night. Am ng attending wire tl n Mel Etl Si th, Dorris er, Rosylin and Flame Gruner, Flame Rossner, Hanna B' II B II berg, Mui iel Shutzer, %  Kline, and Betty, Anne and Jackie Altman of Lake Worth. Mr. and Mrs. S. : an acted as cl AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. ALFAR CREAMERY CO FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM Euclid Avi. -Kabbah;* Khablu ,; r. |'. Ida' pvenlinc, "!'• *d In lati" I" i R -"!, bl l rv l a Lehrman "III |ir. H h nil %  Cantor Emanuel Barkan and lh( tVnti Sal'irdn %  • mini H ||! nri I h ,.„ (he U.K.: • %  !.i int. H hard. • xi, i |rf. v |n and I" < H H .bert. eon of Mm I.-I %  '•• '' '" %  ""' ';*' M l„ ihi,, linn Mlm ha w i > n-,.,1 by Shaloa : %  %  Herman and nlll h, bouts Maarlv .,, %  >, ; ,,, Sam \ enln Bl %  .,. ,, ., i vtiiith (*< incll III h"ld • illatew i 'liil'li en I %  %  .,.. %  t| and H are weli „n • Til. v 7. \ llB.a breakfaal ervlei rill In hi Id Sunday morning in Sundai m-hool at l" a m TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform, 137 N. E. '9th St. Pi i la\ evening gel t V •U 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will ..n 'Mr. Bmmanupl' biinn i IUI lVa> Bruce, son of Mr. and Mi Mn I Inn !'• K'-> ill become bai in \ •...-.'! %  : i. -.-I. i ed by the %  i hi bo) will follow the Saturda) mornlnR nei vice* .* %  II o'clni-k Rabbi A|i|M-lliaum will speak on "Slna of Hi. M ill ide." MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave. \. i ILL*. %  i t I I :. rn %  i i-rvlcca at 9 a. m. Cantor Max Rosenstein will I'hanl the i Mlncha In I' %  Schaloe id /.. ,|. k Talmud Tom : ~ \\ ::I,I SI Pi i%  i \ pvenlnc wr\ ii -s n t 6: la n. m. a. m. Jui I i %  .I I. %  %  !'..• %  %  M*||| In wrved b) I %  I. Rabbi Simon April I'otiloi • the l...w in. BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con. %  ervative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beach i ,.-. R.ililn Leon KrOnish will w hal K • I ol h A An V< Cantor Louis Hayman wl %  %  I: F 1'orf tin w. %  l, MRS. FRANCES COHEN ~ Prance* Cohen, 7'-', who came five v.i rs ago from New York dlpd Saturday In her home at Collins Ave She Is survived by i husband, Jack Cohen; a daughter, r Jnvce Kolb. New York: two Mrs Ch.ul.s Itosenthal. Miami lleach .rn I Mra Dave Klehennreen. two brothers, James I'tlti. ',,., in.I Abe riltz. New York. The hod i was sen! to New York by the i: :. M. in..i lal chanel. ARTHUR SCHLESINQER Arthur Schlealnirer, IS, of ^ w. K. ..i, St., died Saturday 111 n hospital following a lorm illness. He came here il years, ago from New York i) Surviving are his mother. Mrs. i I|L-. i Schlealnger, Miami; two brothers. Stewarl Army, ami Irving, New Rn. In II, S Y Sen Ices w, re held We,lnesda) in Riverside funeral chapel. MRS CHARNA WOLFSON Mrs rharna Wolfaon, H, of no l"ii-i St., Miami Beach, died Monday in a local hospital following a brief she is survived by a sua, Itenn The hod< was sent to her former home In Brooklyn, N. Y.. for Interment by the Cordon Funeral home Keep on Buying War Bonds. RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 WashirujlM An., Miimi s, i; In NewYork:Oft$i.rtmnitai„ 5-7m RIVERSIDE SERVICE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMEUT I. ROSENGARTEN FURRIER 118 S. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 34531 COLD STORAGE Tree-Ripened Fruit Shipped from Our Own Groves 30 Years of Satisfied Customers Visit Our Grove Bring Your Camera Set Many Varieties of Rare Trees FLOYD'S 521 S. 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