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The Jewish Floridian ( February 19, 1943 )

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M wJewislh IFIIariidliiai in COMBINING Ytlie JfGWUSffl HjKlSty P9 VOLUME 16—No. 8 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1943 PRICE 10 CENTS J.D.C. CONTINUED [ OF EUROPEJEIAIRT New York—The fact that the Joint Distribution Committee continued its relief operations overseas after America went to war contributed a vital and fundamental asset to the morale and hope* of the Jews on the Continent, Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, the J. D. C. European chief told a press conference here this week, shortly after his return to the United States from Lisbon, where he has been since July, 1941, Simultaneously, Dr Schwartz reported that the authorities in Spain were proving to be sympathetic in their handling oi trie refugee situation there and that this attitude was in an important measure prompted by the efforts of the J. D. C. to lessen the newcomers' plight. Dr. Schwartz, who is one of the few remaining American officials in Europe, plans to remain here about eight weeks in order to confer with the officers of the J. D. C. concerning the increasing needs among the refuSees in Spain. Switzerland and forth Africa as well as the problem of evacuating children to havens in the New World VICTORT FOR BROTHERHOOD BROTHERHOOD WEEK, February 19-28, 1943—The Week of Washington's Birthday The perpetuation of Democracy depends u American conviction in war and in peace has b shares it with others. People of every nation, e as Americans on this basis. We are fighting for the right of men to li than as masters and slaves. We are fighting t this country may be practiced here and by free such brotherhood earthwide which gives hope t The war makes the appeal of Brotherhood I commend to all our citizens the observan I like the slogan '"Victory for Brotherhood." I Christians and Jews to affirm anew the religion ness, and co-operation on which the realiziatio land by those of every occupation and religiou ciples that makes our country united and strong. The White House. Washington. pon the practice of the brotherhood of man. The een that man finds his freedom only when he very race, every creed are able to live together ve together as members of one family rather hat the spirit of brotherhood which we prize in men everywhere. It is our promise to extend o all the world. Week stronger than ever. ce of Brotherhood Week. February 19-28. 1943. trust that the call of the National Conference of s principles of understanding, justice, fnendlin of brotherhood rests will be heeded across the s allegiance. It is the application of these prinFRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT. JEWISKLEHERS WWEEKENBMEET Leaders of Jewish federations, welfare funds and community councils in the nine Southeastern States will gather at the St. PhprlAg Hotel in New Orleans this week-end for the ninth annual conference of the Southeastern States Region, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. In the interests of war-time economy, the 1943 conference will be stripped of all non-essential activities and all meetings, with the exception of the closing session on Sunday night, will be working sessions with attendance limited to delegates officially named by the local communities Isaac Heller and David Fichman of New Orleans, co-chairmen of the Conference Program j Committee, m announcing final arrangements for the conference, I statea that the program had been planned to clarify such dominant war-time issues as the spreading War Chest movement, the development of local welfare programs for men in the armed services, and special problems of campaigning and budgeting to meet the steadily increasing obligations on the local, national and overseas fronts. One of the highlights of the assembly will be the address on Sunday night by Joseph C. Hyman, executive vice-chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee. Mr. Hyman will discuss current programs of rescue and reconstruction carried on by the three agencies comprising the United Jewish Appeal: the Joint Distribution Committee. United Palestine Appeal, and National Refugee Service. HEADS OE BAZAAR REPORT ALL READY FOR EVENT AT 1. Leo Ackerman and Dave Winner, co-chairmen of the Monte Carlo Bazaar, report that all is in readiness for one of the year's biggest events which will be held at the Y. M. H.'A. building Sunday, Feb. 21, beginning at 5 o'clock. Sponsored jointly by the Y. M. H. A. and the Miami Service League of the Y. M. H. A., a capacity attendance is expected. The affair will commence with a cocktail party at 5 o'clock, followed by a cafeteria dinner. Of special interest is a Children's Hour provided for by Maurice Grossman, executive director, in order that the parents will be free to enjoy the evening. Miss Dorothy Lightman, arts and crafts dramatics instructor at the "Y," will conduct a Story Hour for the children at 5 o'clock. For the past week every member of the committee has been kept busy preparing for the event. Many novelties will be featured with the extra evening's program planned to keep every one occupied. In addition to Mr Ackerman and Mr. Willner, the following members of the committee assisted: A. Louis Mechlowiti, Leonard Jacobus, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Jennie Levinson, Sidney Palmer, Louis Gordon, Abe Aronovitz, George Wolpert. Mrs. Maurice Sager, Phil Berkowitz, W. D. Singer, Frank Rose, Mrs. Anne Koven, Mrs. Mollye Kaufman, Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs Mildred Weiss, Mrs. Mildred Weissel, Mrs. Leo Shapiro. Mrs. Lillian Friedman, Mrs. Myra Rosenberg. Mrs. •Dorothy Kaplan, Mrs. Sylvia Steig, Mrs. Juliet Stone and Mrs. Faye Weintraub. CHAIRMEN NAMED FOR 1943 FOR UNITED JEWISH APPEAL William Rosenwald of Greenwich, Conn.; Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland, Ohio, and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of New York, were re-elected recently at a meeting of its Executive Committee to serve as national chairmen of the 1943 United Jewish Appeal for Refugees. Overseas. Needs and Palestine, the largest unified war rescue and resettlement campaign ever undertaken by the Jews of the United States. The United Jewish Appeal is the single fund-raising channel of the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the National Refugee Service, the three agencies which respectively provide for war relief and rehabilitation overseas, for the defense and upbuilding of the Jewish homeland in Palestine and for assistance to newcomers in the United States. RABBI TO CONDUCT JEWISH HOUR OVER WIOD SUNDAY Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Jewish Hour over WIOD this Sunday afternoon from 4:30 to 5. The rabbi will disccus the subject, "Brotherhood Observance—Fact or Farce?" MESSAGES FROM RUSSIA TO RELATIVES IN FLORIDA The Union of Russian Jews in New York is >n regular c.ible com. munication with the president of the Moscow Jewish Community. Mr. Samuel Chobrutsky. evacuate^ to Tashkent (Russia). Mr. Chobrutsky has a special office for the purpose of locating refugees in Soviet Russia and establishing contact between them and their relafives in the United States. The organization has been instrumen. tal in bringing together relatives in the United States and Soviet Russia. Messages have been received for the following persons in Florida: 1. Mr. Luber, Mozes and Mr. Lubashevsky Max, used to live in Miami Beach, Florida. London Arms Hotel—from their brother, Mr. Theodor Lubashevsky. from Krievv. 2. Mr. Rapoport. William from Tasia Pinskaja, daughter of Betty Rozenstein, from Odessa. 3. Mr. Dlumenth.il. Jacob, theater manager, from his nephew. Mr. Genrich Pinsky—Brauntahl from Odessa. 4. Moldawsky. Mandel, lawyer, from cousin. Rachel Shenin, ChaJeleies daughter from Kishinew. 5 Wagner, Robert and Reznik, Fenia from sister, Esther, and brother, Nissel Vinnitzky, from Moscow. 6 Maz. Betty from Vildauer, Miriam from Mitau. Inquiries in connection with the above should be directed to: Union of Russian Jews, 56 West 42nd Street, room 314, New York, N. Y. ARIED FORCES TO OF BROTHERHOOD New York (WNS)—Men in the armed forces will have the opportunity to participate in the 10th annual observance of Brotherhood Week, Feb. 19-28. according to Everett R. Clinchy, president of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, sponsors of the event. In calling attention to the theme—"Victory for Brotherhood," Dr Clinchy said: "This participation will be possible through the distribution of brotherhood material and sending speakers to training centers by the National Conference. This year millions of men in the services will give real meaning to brotherhood-in-action through a clearer understanding of the common stake we all have in victory." One of the aims of the National Conference is to bring to the men in the armed forces the feeling that every American, of whatever religious faith or racial strain, has a common task in maintaining, after the war. the spirit of unity which characterizes life in camp today. To further this aim trio-teams, composed of priest-rabbi-minister or of laymen, have visited 83 camps throughout the country. Conferences are held with chaplains, officers and enlisted men. literature is distributed and films are shown to develop friendly cooperation of all faiths. The teams spend from two to four days in each center. NEW SERIES SYMPOSIUMS BE PRESENTED THURSDAY CREST WORKERS FEEL COAL IN SIGHT AFTER HARD WORK Workers for the War Chest campaign feel the goal is in sight even though the final report on Tuesday totalled $50,624 short of goal. With thorough coverage of prospect cards which have not been brought in, the balance should be received by the end of the week, according to Ralph A. Tracy, campaign manager. It is urged that any persons who have not been called upon by solicitors send in their contributions by mail or a call at the War Chest office. 127 N. W. Second Street. The task of the workers has been unusually difficult because of lack of transportation, so every bit of help will be appreciated. C. E. McMullin, president of the Miami Apartment House Association, urges for a second time that apartment house owners and managers take the trouble to solicit their tenants, and add their own contributions, and take the same to association headquarters. 108 Shore land Arcade, in order that the group may make a better showing than it has to date. Frank B Shutts, campaign chairman, stated in Tuesday's meeting that the war industries which employ enormous numbers of persons, in fact, our greatest source of employment in this area, have not contributed in proportion to their incomes from this community and their waj 'contracts. There are exceptions to this, of course, in the instances where certain corporations and j their employes have given genlerously; but many who can af| ford have not participated. Individuals and small businesses have in this majority carried their share of the load, and many new subscribers have been included for the first time. As a whole, the campaign, even at this point, may be considered a tremendous success in that more money than ever before has been given and. strangely enough, approximately 50 per cent of it is in cash, according to Tracy. If you have not done your part, you still have a chance to join the responsible citizens of Dude County in the honor of this community which takes care of its own welfare problems, and shares with our fighting allies, campaign officials stated. Y. M H. As Institute of Judaism, sponsored in co-operation with the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, will present the second of a series of symposiums Thursday evening at the "Y" Club rooms. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on the "Talmud" and will lead an open forum discussion following his talk. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan addressed a large gathering on the "Books of Books," the first of the series held last week. There are three other bi-weekly lectures scheduled in addition to these two. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO DELIVER SPECIAL ADDRESS Buy Stamps and Bonds. Tallahassee (Special) — President Roosevelt will deliver a special message George Washington Day celebration radio address, Feb. 22. it was learned here today. The exact time of the president's address has not been announced by Washington for military reasons, but it will be made at night during the numerous Washington Day dinners that will be held throughout the country. riroiEMjfflOM TO w&m



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PAGE TWO JMfMhr**2L %  ORGANIZATION —"ACTIVITIES ZIONIST ORGANIZATION id Dr. Solomon Goldman 1' dressed a gathering of more than a thousand at the Miami Beach : Jeiiah Center last Sunday^e%  „.„„ H.. Htrussed the pristni He discussed ; Zionist problem Miami under the sponsorsnip_ oMhe^ BU NATIONAL CARDIAC HOME ===== -• -. 790 LaK-v:-w Drive Miami unat V K ? '. District with rmTDRFN'S Bead> A novel and entertainami B*?** !" ^ art" particiCHILDKtJN a nroCTam has been arranged other groups of tnt a fS Gov. Spessard L Holland extended his personal indorsement Tuc-sday to the objectives of trie National Children's Cardiac Home at M:am:. currently engaged m fund-rai=:ng activities marking Cardiac Week Governor Holland, in a letter to Charles S. Tobin, president of the home at 4250 V. Flagler Street, said: 'It is a privilege for me to Mine the objectives of the National Children's Cardiac Home and to wish you continuing and rr--*r • • Korts I j mization to earn-. A rk. -Your %  %  •"'-and accorr.c mi nts may n I a ways re public credit i ut yu ing program nas Deeri an<• % %  *-.u "" %  -, ^{~ hoard 0 f directors under the direction of Bob Lean The board oi The affair will provide an op-, voted that twoOoiat n portunity for council members to tif.catebe P££ na *f vld n uals who p an their pledges for the donors ed to the two ma JWU fund which P ia used for local.counare mott.de* rv> cil needs irman. S p^Jred from thV council of, ress olthe, oyaruzation fice or from members of the com( A LiPkd. J. %  %  by Mrs Anna is m an; Mrs Will ngregati n I I !" **J$. "5 •rt Schwartz.:curing funds for I '^rancn oi mittee headed hairm Mrs Louis Lyti ri Mrs Walter. n rk Bronston, MrSam Rost. Mrs. Abe Eisenberg and Hn Sam • ^ts for each PIONEER WOMEN The Miami Chapter, W< a Division American Jewish I gress, will hold their regular Pioneer Women*! Organization. Club No. 2. us sponsoring a card and bingo party :J >'' c ? at 8 p m. at the Workman s Circle 1. 25 Washington M Beach Roae is is chairman. nthly m< • ting Mor lay. Fet yS do rSV.::-y .2 1*0 fm, afCarh 1711 AIthe results a they may be.obton R id Miami # Beach. benefitted 'It LS my : -/..•' & %  M M. he] ff will be the I ru cipal -: • aki r A rr.usicai sincere wish that'progran as been arranged. our pro-•to reM n r r .-.: to attend and : port and encouragebring 1 r friends The r.^r> -t that it c wdl give a bingo party the same The cardiac home is for chil iremng al lock it M Midren of 6 to 12 years old wl ami B %  •• • '• %  axe rheuma! i i fever [1 rted I y v lunbe used for the tarj contril tioi ind fund war effort raised by the Dad ty chap. t'-r, and several chapten which been formed in the North j Th. Pi neer Women's Organizati n. Club No. 1 of Gr. ater Miami, will have a regular n ing next Wednesday. Feb. 24. at •n. at the I t Mrs Hnrj Seitlin. 418 N W. Fifth Street. fradassah. The affair *edj fcJS Mn Edward Lovitz serves as general chairman asSed bj MV Moms Plant Mrs Harry Nevins and Mrs Sam Katz_ Mr. Max Dobrin ba unagtd he rr.uMcal and cultural program which will feature an address on ^ThePost-War V. > -r ranc J5 P l^ke of the editorial staff the Miami Daily New! Mrs Edward Lovitz has just returned from Columbia. S. C when she attend, d the Southeastern Regional C e of the Hadassah as representative 'of the Miami chapter. bne will render a full report at the •luncheon. Feb. 22. Mrs. Milton Sirkm. president •of the Miami chapter, and Mr.Edward Lovitz. recording 5ury wen elected v thi : : : I of directi rs i I the Region. Reservations may be made by .,...-. • mber of the Icommiti" Proceeds of the I luncheon will be used to bI ••. War En • r n :• l r gram of [the Had I ih '•' I frgaiUia, tion in Pal< i FRIDAY. FEBRUAR Y 19, ^J P. W. O. CONTR1BIJTJ3 HELP SISTERS IN PALESnJ February—The Pioneer ens Organization has sent £ 000 to the Working wLJ* Council, its sister organ!??' in Palestine, for the fft* of refugee children mtoto* J stitutions which are to h* panded in order to make *£ for children now on their i2 to Palestine from Iran 9| brings the toUl of fundj i? warded to the council since ^ last national convention to M 000. it was announced recent ill Miss Dvorah Rothbard. rail secretary. !" SEASON-8 OBEETIN0S CORAL GABLES Machinery Exchange 4101 a. Due Highw ly PHONE 4.4622 Best WUhas to Our Min Jewish Friends and Pino* JAMES DRUG SHOP 30 S. E. Second Avenu* Phone 2-1779 SCHAAREI ZEDEK will d Jewish SPINOZA FORUM HIAS BETH SHOLOM CENTER A Memorial Tablet will be uned dedicated at Beth Sholom Ci nt< r at T 30 p. m SunThe Wall Tal let, contain36 name • with indiic bulbs for Yahrzeit :is. will be presented byl G< : n. a member of th< board of directors of the center. | as his donation in memory of • as I Saw It" w the topic of a lecture this Saturday fternoon, 3 30 o'clock, by Many prominent Jews in the Dr A W '. n before the ... rife, Mr?. Ray Cohen. Rabbi public liftof the i ten ; rum, ui ler the anopy s M. Machtei will preside over who sojourn in Ui I wn at 11th Street bethe nies. A social period attend the annual banquet foi tween C Avenue and Ocean wu i follow in the Ellis Room of benefit Hias Sunday, I Drive, Miami Beach. Genera! the center. March 7 at th W rkmens discussion will follow Dr WolfBeth Sho i om S isterhor,d wil Circle, 25 Washington .--• nu ns description The Talmud Torah of Congregation Schaarei /• l< k with a I n i nt enr • %  nt i :' -5. is still accepting registrati n of chilRal : S n r. April i> in .•• of the I and in children residing anywhere in the southwest section to enroll. He states that parents do not have to be a member of the congregation in order for their children to receive a Jewish education. The only facility existing in this area at the present time is this group. BROTHERHOOD CREETINU TO OUR MANY FRIEND* AND CUSTOMERS HARMON'S 143 N. W. Sco-d St-tti PHONK 1-tTTT of Palestine. Miami Beach A var.-d Wednesday evening. 7:30 o"clock. program for the evening in which Dr Moms Schneer of New York prominent talent will participate will continue his series of lecus being arranged tures on the human bodv and This banquet has become the wl lid be done to keep it annual contribution of the M;well a:, i healthy. in Beach tourists to sup: len nt the funds raised by Hias ( tl indi-' • it r %  %  to the many thousands of r • '.he world during this World War NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN hold its next regular meeting at 8 p. m. on Tuesday. A Melavve Mi ike given 1 y Pi ne> r Women's Organzation in co-operation with the Sholom Sisterhood will ace at the Beth Sholom Center Saturday evening A so: from 8 to ll p. m. will :• refreshments be%  served. %  A branch of the American Red Mi J '/ I Mrs Pearl wing Group has been ms at ajstituted at the Beth Sholom thi Mi Center. Women residing in this : terhood i are evening at tl i hi mi ki | t call 58-1961. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. BROTHERHOOD CREETINOS THE WESTERN MEAT COMPANY 2123 H. W. Seventh .%  MIAMI. FLA. Phone S.763T — GREETINGSFRIGIDAIRE Kirby-Tuttlo Co., be Refrigerators. Rangea. Wile Heater*, Commercial WiV Cooler* AIR CONDITION S3 IS W. Flaeler St. P< V MIAMI. FLORIDA I Mr and Mi 5. G %  lank. High spot of the so ison A card and i arty for ma friend v M H. A. Miami Section of the N ti th thi ti with Council of Jewish Women will ": .". I. Or'ansky assisting. I e tl e ci kt rty to be held Fi i 28 ProSunday, Feb. 28, from 4 to 7 p. m for thi Talat the hon I Mi Walt r Bi mud T'rah. Riverside Memorial Chapel New York City Dear Mr. Rosenthal: The family of the late Rev. Zri Hirsch Masliansky will never forget the perfect manner in which you conducted the funeral tervice. The Chevra from the Shul who made the Tara. remarked upon your complete knowledge of the Orthodox Ritual The Speakers. Rabbi Leventhal. Rabbbi Stephen Wise. Mr. Goldman. Mr. Lipsky and even the Choir of 150 Cantors from the Cantors Association told us about your tact in arranging the order of the service and the considerate attention shown each of them. We still marvel at your skill in handling the thousands of people inside and outside the Shul who came to the services. Your interest in the comfort of each and every member of the family has earned our everlasting thanks and we all agree that no one could ever have been as efficient and as helpful as you and your Riverside Memorial Chapel Staff. Very sincerely The family of the late Rev. Zvi Hirsch Masliansky MMULIJ OLD SA Biscayne Boulevard at-77rh,StTeetr Phone -7*7725 .Dinners From 5 o'Clock .': Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge .Fine Liquor J ,nd Wines TAKE BUS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS M Tl FROM MIAMI IEACH TOWER THEATRE W. 8TM ST. AT -5th AVE. OPEN AT 1)48 P. M. Fri. and Matinee Only Sat Feb. 19-20 THIS IS IT! "We Are The Marines" Full-Length Picture with America's Fighting Leathernecks Starts Sat at 4:30 p. M. and Sun. thru Wed. Jan. 20-24 ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S FINEST PICTURE "Shadow of A Doubt 9 WITH MIAMI'S OWN JOSEPH COTTEN and TERESA WRIGHT STAR OF "MRS. MINIVER'



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, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1943 MumiijiiuiiajuijiiJiiiuiiuiiui umiuiiuuBiuuiHiinu SOCIAL ITEMS AND I PERSONALS iL::L'!iiiUJiuuuuuuuium iti %  "ni"i nmiiii;i 'iiiiiflinuiiiiiiHiyiiiiHMiiiiiiiiuiriiiniiinmniiJuMiitiiuyiinMiimimMiiL timniiiitiiiil ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Max Mint/or announce the cnHaKcincrU of their daughter, Helen, to Sarnmie Halperin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Halperin of Fitzgerald, (_ia. Miss Mintzer attended Miami Senior High School and the University of Miami and now is in defense work at the Army Air Base. Mr. CEREMONIALS Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated on Wednesday afternoon at the St. Francis Hospital at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Popoff, 940 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach. BAR MITZVAH The Bar Mitzva of Lawrence Jerome Rubin, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Rubin, will take place at Beth Jacobs Congregation Saturday morning. Rabbi Itzchok Zji Taub of New York City is vacationing here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Clein, I860 S. W. Fourth Street, Miami. Halperin attended public schools of Fitzgerald. He is a recent graduate of the University of Georgia, where he was a member of TEP. He is at present 3rd class petty officer in U. S. N. R. No date hat been set for the j wedding. At an engagement party held recently at the home of the Mintzers', more than 200 were present with out-of-town guests, including Mr. and Mrs. Philip Halperin and MLss Dorothy Mardar. •eat WlthM to Our Many Jewiah Friend* and Patrona •Cr WHITE BELT DAIRY N. W. tand Ava. Ph. 7-2411 AlKA-SELTZER adGHTlNS P' /&*> MY DAY P.SB OCJHONALLY. I wake up in Homing w >th • Headache. i wears off along the middl e of the forenoon, but I don't Want to WBit that long, so I drink a •last of darkling ALKA-SELTZER. In Just a little while I am feeling a lot better. i the week's ironing tires me and makes me sore and stiff. Than it's ALKA-SELTZER to the r as eu a—a tablet or two and a little rast makes me feel more like finishing tha Job. And when I eat "not wisely but too wan," ALKA-SELTZER relieves tha Add Indigestion that so often fallows. ADu Seltzer brightens my Mings relief from so many discomforts, that I always handy. djpn't you get a package at ,TZER at your drug store Ihckage Sjtf, Small JM. Jf\s ALKA todsr/T PALMER I II ii era I Chupel 2001 W. FLAGLER ST. A ^ u v\ A c N E CE 9-2664 — GREETINGS — MCALLISTER FLORIST "Say It With Flowers But Say It With Ours" 629 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 2-3773 SEASON'S GREETINGS V EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY Klefeker Produce Co. 1191 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 3-8795 Diamonds Jewelry Luggage Novelties PROVIDENT IEWELRY & LUGGAGE CO. 39 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-3268 GREETINGS CHAS. S. MEYERS Exclusive Representative ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITERS 120 N. E. Firat Street Service — Rentals SUPPLIES BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DR. EUGENE WEISS Podiatrist Chiropodist Mercantile National Bank Building 420 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Office Phone 5-6940 Residence Phone: 5-5501 FRED A. KOENIG PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY • PHONE 2-7641 260 S. W. Sixth Street GEORGE LANGER THE SUNGAS Not Incorporated 1100 West Flagler Street Phones: 2-3811—2 3833 Extends to All His Jewish Friends and Patrons BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. +Jew 1st fieridton PAGE THREE WITH THE BOYS IN SERVICE MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION NOW MEETING REGULARLY Pvt. Seymour D. Ketive, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ketive, 2424 S. W. 18th Avenue, is now attached to the army air base at Salt Lake City, Utah, where he has applied to become an officer candidate. The Ketives came to Miami two and a half years ago from New York City, where Private Ketive was graduated from DeWitt Clinton High School and New York University. He spent two years in the law school at the University of Florida before he was inducted into the army at Camp Blanding on Oct. 30, 1942. From basic training at West Palm Beach, he was sent to take a special 90-day course at the A. and M. College, Stillwater, Okla., where he was class president of a group of more than 500. and graduated "with distinction and honor." He intends to resume the study of law after the war. PFC. George Reichgott. formerly of 820 S. W. 11th Avenue, has completed the radio operator's course at Camp LeJeune. New River, N. C. SPECIAL SERVICE TO BE HELD AT KEY WEST BY RABBI A special service will be conducted this evening, beginning at 8 o'clock, at the local Jewish Synagogue, according to announcement made today by Rabbi L. Lehrcr, spiritual leader. All interested are invited to attend the service. Special services for the men of the armed forces are part of the evening's program. Buy Stamps and Bonds. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS • e DR. W. H. MURRELL BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS E. GEORGE BERNARD Postal Bldfl. Phone 2-2843 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DR. RALPH B. FERGUSON 320 S. E. First Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA Realizing the large task confronting them but fully confident of success in the coming undertaking, campaign officials of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation are meeting regularly to shape further plans for the drive March 21-23. Division heads have been selecting workers and meeting with them to map out plans for a thorough coverage of prospective contributors. Jake Felt and Herman Wall are heading the advanced gift division and have announced some of the captains who will assist them. These include Leo Ackerman. Harry Boyell, George Chertkof, Dr. Frank Coret, Irving Frankel, Joseph A. Berman. Nat H. Hankoff. Sam Lachman and Charles S. Tobin. Several affairs are being arranged for this division to bring prospects together and acquaint them with the needs and beneficiaries of this year's drive. Mr. Felt, a comparative newcomer to the community, has a background of communal participation recognized for his accomplishments throughout the South. He was president of several Zionists organizations and headed the Southeastern Region, which included Florida. Mr. Wall has been a resident of the city for many years, beinq active in Temple Israel in addition to his civic undertakings. The advanced gift division has been set up to make possible pre\ campaign contact of prospects. I This will eliminate the almost j impossible task of personal solicitation under present war restrictions concerned in the major portion with gas and rubber rationing. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Patrona and Friends DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N. W. Seventh Avenue PHONE 2-7901 BERT WI8HEH TO OUR MANY JEWISH ntUBNDS ANU PATRONS EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP 1501 North Miami Avenue I'HONK 2-0S73 To Our Many Jewish Friends BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GREAT SOUTHERN TRUCKING CO. 84 N. E. 20th STREET PHONE 2-6613 NEW YORK FAMILY STATES BEACH HOTEL JOINS ARMY BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND AND PATRONS HOME DRUG STORE 1401 Biscayne Boulevard I'HONK 3-1774 The Evans family of Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., announce that the Hotel Evans, Miami Beach, has joined the army. In keeping with their policy of always presenting their friends with the latest and best in vacation opportunities, they wish at this timh to announce the opening of the Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club. 21st on the ocean, Miami Beach. The Sea Gull Pool and Cabana Club offers the most beautiful swimming pool, cabanas, restaurant and complete and modern sports facilities. In addition to being open to the public, the Evans family extends invitation at special rates to all men and women in the armed services. SEASONS GREETINGS SAVORY BAKE SHOP REAL HOME-MADE BAKED GOODS '884 Alton Road Ph. 5-4*41 MIAMI BEACH &£-ate BEST WISHES S U T T O N JEWELRY CO. Successors to "Whaler's" THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI ESTABLISHED 1897 •to 132 E. Flagler Street PHONE 2-5996 %  '-. ',*-.' f.


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PAGE FOUR Je1s*rkr** FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, M PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 1 I 8 W SECOND AVENUE P.O.BOX2973 PHONE 2-1141 i>tered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1980. at the Post Office of .Miami. Honda, under the Act of March 3. 1879 Fred K. Shochet. Manain_Edltt>^ SUBSCRIPTION One Yew. *2.00_ _Six Month*. $1.00 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19. 1943 ADAR I 14 5703 VOLUME 16 HUMMER 8 BROTHERHOOD WEEK The l c 43 Brotherhood Weeb observance has aro-ased an Merest in many quarter and has received a degree of cooperation in very many influential elements in the populajon -hat is unprecedented dunng the 10 years since it was inaugurated. Not least has been the co-operation rendered by Jewish individuals and organizations. Upon this we have always leaned heavily and it was never more fully given than this year. All over the country rabbis and prominent laymen are serving as members of Brotherhood Week committees, and participating in their activities. The National Conference of Christians and lews, sponsors of Brotherhood Week, is defining Brotherhood as giving to others the rights you want for yourself. Such a practical definition applied in all situations of life will add materially to the unity of our nation now and to the climate of opinion which will cssure the continuing co-operation among religious groups so essential to a stable post-war world. Brotherhood, long a religious principle, is now a fact, a hard fact necessary to the survival of the human race. It is the cohesive agent of democracy. Brotherhood means respect, understanding and co-operation among those who difier racially and religiously. It means fighting prejudice and bigotry and thinking of people as individuals rather than as a group. It means intelligent and informed good will. Without good will democracy will collpase and the world go back to barbarism. With it. men can live as a family and by giving it to world where men of all races, nations and each other so all can have it, will build a creeds can be free. Our prejudices developed, largely in the pre-scientific ages. It is only within the last few generations that anthropologists, social scientists, historians and other educators have given us knowledge about the nature of groun relations, and the principles that govern them. We are beginning to see that the idea of racial superiority is nonsense, that groups are mutually interdependent, that the well-being of one group is dependant upon the health of every group and that social hostility can be analyzed and reduced to proportions of minor consequence. If we apply our knowledge, co-operation can be achieved. We are seeing that democracy means unity without uniformity, that men do not need to be alike to produce a strong, united, co-operative nation and world. We know that international lav/ and order, with all nations participating, is the sine qua non of a just and durable peace. Colleges, universities, high schools, elementary schools, churches, adult education agencies, and community organizations are accepting their new responsibilities for eduating people to realize their duties in a democratic society. That is an encouraging sign. We cannot exhibit the spirit of brotherhood toward peoples unless we have it here at home. "To win the war," writes Herbert Agar in "A Time For Greatness." "means not only to overcome the virulent corruption which has assailed us from without, but to be healed of the weakness and folly which has betrayed us from within; it means to bring a technical civilization under the domination of brotherHUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-4501 hood, thus harnessing our resources for creOtive tasks." The strength and unity of our national life is proportionate to the degrees of brotherhood that is practiced here. We have been sufficiently warned and are probably aware that the agents of the totalitarian powers are constantly at work among us spreading false rumors and suspicion, set ting Catholic against Protestant and Protestant Catholic and Christian against Jew. It is the application of the proven policy, divide and conguer. We have been often reminded of Hitler's confidence that it was not necessary to use armies to subdue the United States but only to take advantage of the complexity of our population and foment every occasion presented by our differences and fan every ember of hostility and racial and religious prejudice. It is incument upon us all, therefore, to beware lest we play the Hitler game. Every influence that furthers discrimination against the negro in industry or in the armed forces, that sets Catholic against Protestant in South America, that denies justice to the yellow or the brown man in America or that fosters whispered accusations against the Jew is playing the Hitler game. Brotherhood is essential to victory. 'Brotherhood for Victory" is as sound a slogan as is "Victory for Brotherhood." Each complements the other. TELL THE PEOPLE At a recent meeting of the Jewish Welfare Bureau a redefining of its program was presented. The new interpretation as to the scope of the bureau and the directions of its effort in the future were outlined rather definitely. Its approval was voiced by those present and echoed by many outsiders. A radical change in deviating from a dues paying membership organization was approved. An expression of interest in the Jewish Welfare Bureau and naturally its work is all that is necessary to enroll as a member of the bureau. An expression to a member or a written note to the bureau office will place you on the roster. This plan, of course, as do all courses of organizational set-up, has its advantages and disadvantages. A group of twenty-five or thirty-five could band together and at a meeting or election literally take over. Ulterior motivations, personal grievances and radical ideas of plans for improvement could be the theme song ot any such group. Of course, an organization with its officers active and on the job will easily offset this or any disruption that might arise. At this recently held meeting it was passed to inaugurate a campaign to inform the Jew ish Community at large about the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund and its purposes, and moan intensive educational public relations and interpretations program be carried on to in form the community of the service which the bureau is organized to meet. The Jewish Floridian looks forward to lend ing its assistance in putting this over It feels that it is of importance. The Jewish Floridian is of the opinion that our community is awaiting this information. r thnVll IeW v! Sh F1 ridian P ro ers a suggestion that this phase of interpretation and dLernT nation of this information not be allowed^ la g and be d elayed. Let's qe stalted n0 w BEST WISHES W. A. GLASS BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS • FRANCIS HOTEL 19 N. E. Third Street MIAMI Phone 2-9227 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS LUCKY FOUR PRODUCTS BUY MIAMI MADE PRODUCTS "'"£ ,?' ( ,n Mustard" v.njji. Maple S/rup. BarBQ Sa.,r. 22 N Mum, A,\ BQ Sauce Ph 2-3800 TIDBITS FROM R Y PHINEAS I. MRON ___^ NAME L'.ntin Reynold* report, that General Dwight Eimh^ Quentin n y n i c kname. we remind you. u lk„ £ (whose much-publieuto broth „ Milton, who holdi S ,0 ,eU fi O hc Y er Procurement System. squelched on, \fj* tion in the ,c er „ ... The lady, it teem., remarked: Tfc inglon. snooty dowage EiMnhow .„ „_„„ broth „ £* a wonderfuJ family tn Europ€ ^ Bataan. '^"wLhSigton You're a great family-.^ big 10b here m wa.n g B MUt<>n Eil#Bnoww ^ Sii y /.m whaTa pity we're not!" ... All of which should?, Ma ^ ,"ATr Cadet Bernard Epstein of Yonkers. who has ehjL esson to Air uaaei DB Z^mMmm h>nrii* h.r.„o k.'.7" lesso hi J S *^,iker to a less Jewish-sounding handle because he's tf£ Sat !" I h s Plane \ s hot down over Germany h£d be badly fi hv the Naiis because of hi. Jewih name .We haven t. f OTttl f/.it.r noticed any name-changing operation undertaken Bombard":-Meyer Levin and other, like him. NATZI STUFF ... All this recent speculation about whether or not Hitle, e .j rM -aiis the story of how the Fuehrer long ago usual ?t"ct£n.that on his death hi. brain .hould be dissected by. avorite scientist-pre.um.bly to hava a record | the exact. qree to which Adolf, grey matter is addled Hitler, say, w, chell is losing on the ground in Russia, in the air over Gern ard on the sands in Africa—but he Mem. to .core an occasioa victory in Congress ... The Nasu. it is reported, are trvin,, persuade the people of Paria to include rats in their diet-afe we view as plain propaganda for cannabilism. TRANSATLANTIC It isn't only explosive and incendiary bomb, that AS. planes drop over Europe these day. The occupied territor. also get quite a lot of propaganda bombs in the form of fib. which the anti-Naii elements use for undercover showings. Rene Blum, brother of France's one-time premier Leon B!a received the doubtful compliment of being asked by the Naxai present a ballet for them he was the director of the Monte Co Ballet, you remember When he refu.ed he was sent off tai concentration camp in Poland, we hear ... As for Leon Ea himself—nothing at all has been heard of him of late, nori George MandeL member of the last French cabinet befort. fall of France. WITH THE AUTHORS The literary Nathan, are sticking to their artistic prinapa Critic George Joan has just refused to consider a proposal to ft come a radio commentator, and poet Robert ha. turned doeii Hollywood offer Gertrude Stein, the futuristic writer n couldn't be persuaded to leave France in 1940. i. reported •.•> in that unhappy country .till—and we do hope that what time come, for her memoir, of those troubled years to be wren she'll do the job in plain English, so that all will be able to uaa stand Abroad on an Office of War Information mission it elist Jerome Weidman Most interesting reading will bt %  Don Levine's new biography of General "Billy" Mitchell, vs he call, the "pioneer of air power" The book will be pubiita any day now. ENTERTAINERS Comedian Benny Rubin was a hero the other night rkr/ fire broke out in the back of the studio from which he wsSef casting Benny kept the studio audience reassured anccea till the firemen arrived, thus averting what might have assa a serious panic Planning a trip oversea, to entertain ksece soldier, on foreign fighting fronts is radio's and Hollye**' Dinah Shore She hope, to leave as soon a. .he finuae* second film. "With Flying Color." Did you know, by tb! that Dinah wa. recently awarded fir.t prize in an amateuipft tography contest, but refu.ed to accept it on the grounds thai judges might have been influenced by her name? Hollr** is trying to get Sophie Tucker to play herself in the film that* tell her story. "Red Hot Mamma." ABOUT PEOPLE By the time you read this. Moshe Shertek. executive din* of the Political Department of the Jewi.h Agency, will be in* country David Neumark Brainin. 17-year-old son of Brainin. has enlisted in the Navy He', the grandson of the)* Prof. David Neumark and of the late Reuben Brainin. and enlistment bring, up to 100 per cent the military servict oij Brainin grandsons—the other, being Abra.ha Brainin and > bcnuller of Montreal, both member, of the Canadian an* nVV A A \_, ,he same time we muit announce that the %  great-grandchild of Reuben Brainin has just appeared on tSEZ UP m Montreal, the daughter of Amita Brainin SchuJ" Schecter The Navy has inaugurated an art project, with"! Dain^VT Schreib r "d Joseph Hirsch down in Pen*** painting the raining activities of the Naval base The A* coulH rL !" '. 0n a s plenty of "callent artists in its ranks •* of n.v.H r" U ,lmilar *"<* ... We are thinking partieu" Newm.n w X ne of A "ii'. fi„ M yoU ng painters, and D* hedXro; io W h hOS .'.u anT,UM of Palestinian aeanV hava been ish AMemS £*. C UntrT Don t 9 et th notion that th *.S main .1 m ?2 T w PU J ln, motion b Y Henry Mon.ky i. going J m Net Yn,v head 'Snation ... It has set up executive aJJ well Jnown .„!.", haSStar,ed to faction on all cylinders. ** Iff' wn B nd •"•ctiTe Monsky manner ... Hint to the ho wifeHIh2V .T u Te Mon,kT m anner • • • Hint to th. we!Lfl JL hou eh old chore, are getting you down in these i„tI_ : f sample of movie director frvinq PicheL who doeij rarln. -I "TV. Bi*A Dinar l"*W LAST WORD and wha.T'nM ^t^ 9 a ^ ut th "tioning of beaf. canned H oS Tuc'h wa ,er e %& comm.nt.tor'wUliam Shir.r tddj •topped cann nn A Her In America." ha pointed out. %  BuHn German^ ^ ^^ becaut w '' 3l out of toOv out of do? !" T hey ,t0DD d canning dog meat becauw sW BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Phone 2-4735— Nile Phone 3-5117 JERRY & MACK 2029 N. 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YTUDjA FEBRUARY 19. 1943 %  *• Jewist fkiricftmn PACK FIVE fiELlGIQUS ANNOUNCEMENTS jmja> /i.fiiMMV i i *i* i i ---* %  *^^**' ^^^^^ ;oNG*EGATION BETH DAVID L W Third Av., Miami MAX SHAPIRO, llabbl I NDIS IIATMAN, Cantor ^:.jM8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Max Shapiro \ "Brotherhood In War." ( tor Louis Hay man, Beth 1 levid boys' and girls' choir. Liturgical selections. Mrs. M. Schoenfeld, hostess at social hour; occasion, birthday. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Services, Rabbi Max Shapiro, speaking. Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos, 3:40 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. BEACH JEWISH CENTER Mil Euclid Avonu<>. Miami ItoaRh ABRAHAM D. WOLF, Cantor Friday, 8 p. m—A guest speaker will address the audience. Saturday, 9 a. m. services— Oneg Shabat, 6 p. m. Daily services: Morning and evening. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION WMh. AT*, ft 3rd St., Miami Il.-ueh MOSES MES<"11 i:i.' >KK. Hal.Id MAURICE MAMCHKS. fantor Friday, 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Moses Mescheloff: "Father of a Country. Cantor Maurice Manches, Community singing. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Services: Guest speaker, Rabbi I. Grozalsky: '"file Great Mid West." Early Sabbath service. 7:30 a. m. Sabbath afternoon, Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion of the Week." Servicemen's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schaffron. Adult classes—Talmud daily 5 to 8 p. m., S. Freedman conducttog. "Legends of the Talmud" •ourse (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi Meacheloff, week days 6:30 to 7 p. m. Bible study period, H. Goldin, 8 to 9 a. m. Saturdays. All classes in 'synagogue building, open to public. Daily services: Morning and evening. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41at Street, Miami Beach S. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m.—Rabbi S. M. Machtei, officiating. Symposium on "What Is Brotherhood?" Protestant speaker, Mayor Val C. Cleary; Catholic speaker, Henry A. McMahon; Jewish speaker, Charles S. Tobin. Hostesses, social period: Mrs. Robert Nordin, Mrs. Edward Shonfeld and Mrs. Benj. B. Goldstein. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Service, Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "From Washington to F. D. R." Kiddush. Adult classes—Jewish Science, Sunday, 11 a. m., Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Humanity — God's Symphony." Daily services morning and evening. SCHAAREI ZEDEE Met 8. W. Third Strr.t, Miami SIMON Al'ltlU lUilibl Friday, 8:15 p. m.—Rabbi Simon April: "Temple of Old and Synagogue of Today." Congregational singing. Saturday, 9:00 a. m —Services, Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion of the Week." Shalosh Sudas 1:48 p.m. Dally services morning and evening. TEMPLE ISRAEL 187 N. E. 19th St., Miami RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. Rabbi Emeritus Friday, 8:15 p. m.—Rev. Roger Squire of Rader Memorial Church and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will speak on the subject. "Victory Through Brotherhood." Reception to follow. Saturday, 11:00 a. m.—Services, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. OBITUARIES Funeral services were conducted at 4 p. m. Tuesday in the Palmer Funeral Home chapel for Mrs. Helen Weingarten, 74, who died Monday in a Miami hospital. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky officiated. Burial was in the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Park Cemetery. She lived at 1942 S. W. Seventh Street, and came here seven years ago from New York City. She is survived by her husband, Henry Weingarten, and children. Moses David Shanman, 69. died at his home, 843 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, Tuesday. He came here 32 years ago from Cleveland. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Esther Shanman. of Miami Beach, and a daughter, Mrs. Lillian Rose, of Cleveland. The body was sent to Cleveland by Riverside Memorial chapel. LODGE MAKES PROGRESS IN SPECIAL MEMBERSHIP DRIVE „, „ •• w rmarrry? WWVtMWWMM* REGISTRATION IMAMM^IAA^AAAA Editor's note: To help our readers understand the point rationing system so they will be able to spend their food dollars wisely, the Jewish Floridian is running a series of five articles—each of which explains a different phase of the new ration program. This is the second story in the series. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX !>90 S W. 17th Avenue. Miami JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKT, Rabbi LEWIS GREEN. SEXTON Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Saturday 9:00 a. m. and 6:00 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conducting in dual capacities as rabbi and cantor, Friday evening and Saturday morning, sermonizing: 'The Portion of the Week." Shalosh S'oodoss. 5:45 p. m. Adult classes: Daily Mishnais, 6-7 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, conducting. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM 6S6 N. W. Fifth Ave., Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos; Saturday 8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith is making rapid progress in its special membership drive in commemoration of the 100th anni : versary of the founding of B'nai B"rith. The goal is 100 new members and the 100th Anniversary Committee is confident it will be reached. E. Albert Pallot, now a lieutenant (jg) in the navy, is continuing his efforts in the membership drive until his departure from the city, and Harold Turk, secretary of Sholem Lodge, is co-chairman with him. They announce that 43 new members have been obtained thus far by the following: Nat Roth -13 Paul Sobel Louis Gordon — 3 Joseph Socolof R. R. Adler Harold Turk SHAARAY TETTLA 440 Eapanola Way. Miami Beach Services: Daily and Saturday, Jacob L. Andron speaking Saturday morning. Adult classes: Sunday through Thursday, 6:45 p. m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. Rform Synagogue ServingHollywood, Ft. iAUderdale and Uroward County BAMDBL, HAI.KVI KARON. Rabbi Sabbath services Friday 8 p. m. Reception by Sisterhood. Religious School, Sunday at 10 a. m. Sisterhood benefit social, open to men and women, Monday, 8 p. Dl. Sisterhood night, Fort Lauderdale Service Men's Center canteen, Wednesday 6 to 11 p. m. Mod* From Fraah Orcmcjea (PARK HOTEL A-HEALTH RESORT %  AMI. FLORIDA. AMERICAN FLAK HOTEL 0 ArM Tn C'yinforl -oplral firoai able Koorma I>rllrUu Mrala •poru and Becrcatlaaa) SANITARIUM & licit nd Omi lWS— nlrte Appr.>,< raeillUoa •Mr KaUa • 'It. -.-1659 ISO a. w. Jowl i-„...i M FRIEDMAN Practiced Hebrew Teacher 820 Euclid Avenus, Miami Beach PHONE 5-9026 Beginnera to Talmud Individual Instruction Special Attention to Bar Mitzvahs Tne United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announ tke REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion BideSuite 309 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry Louis Heiman Nat Blumberg — Samuel Getzug Aaron Edelman Milton Friedman William Friedman 1 Harold Blicher 1 S. B. Miller 1 Al Pallot 1 David Brown .... 1 Morris Kronberg 1 Isaac Levin — 1 Isadore Cohen — 1 Walter C. Kovner 1 Henry Bulbin Point rationing will be introduced to the residents ot Dnde County with a six-day registration period beginning Fib. 22, during which they will get War Ration Book Two—one for each member of the household. During this six-day period, all retail stocks of ration",! goods will be frozen to allow storekeepers to get their stocks in shape before the day point ration shopping begins. In other words, you will not be able to buy any of the rationed foods during the registration period, but you will be able to buy other unrationed foods. The registration will work on the same principle as an outomobile assembly line. Every step will be clearly defined. 1. Any adult member of the family may register for all members of the group. To enter the registration center, he must 3how I at the door a copy of War Ration I Book One (sugar coffee) for each j member of the group for whom j he wishes to register. 2. Next he will fill out a form for the declaration of the numbtf of containers of the rationed commercially canned goods at home. Just one figure need be given—the total number of containers minus the allowance (five eight-ounce containers per person. Each separate kind of food need not be reported. Home preserved foods do not count. 3. Next he must report how many pounds of coffee were on hand Nov. 28, the date coffee rationing went into effect—less one pound for each adult. Stamps for excess amounts will be torn from the sugar-coffee ration book. 4. At the distribution unit the registrant will present the sugarcoffee books and the declaration form for canned goods, to a clerk who will keep the form and tear out of each War Ration Book ti be issued the correct number of point coupons to cover excess stocks. 5. Both War Ration Books One and Two will be passed to a recording clerk, who will transfer the identifying information from book to the 6. A document clerk will assign a serial number to each point rationing book and keep a record of the serial number issued to each book holder. 7. The final step will be the validation of the book by a clerk, who will stamp it and write in the serial number, making it officially complete. be Next week: What must done about declaring the stocks of rationed foods on hand? What foods are rationed? What foods are exempt. Next week's story will answer these questions. I WANT MY MILK ^M Ben Giller .... __ 1 The new members who have been obtained are Myron H. Raab, Maurice Luxenberg, Perry Radin, Samuel Shreerp, Edward Schless, Abraham Berger. Louis Leibowitz, Jacob Langeur. Hayner H. Bloom, Harry H. Solomon, Martin J. Strelitz, Joseph Schwadron, Don Engelberg, Saul Minskoff, Edward Newman, Isidor Langner, Sam L. Matz, Philip Somberg, James Rubin, Max Jacobson, H. J. Ehrens. Max j eacn sugar-coffee Goldman Max Friedman. David [ first of the new ration books Finkel. Hyman Berman. Jules Perlman, Leo Rice, Jake Felt. Dr. Randolph Shevach. Saul Greiff, Irwin M. Cassel, Benjamin Weiner, Charles Kronberg, Robert Knobel, Corp. Edward H. Cohen, Bernard H. Pallant, William S. Prensky, William Silverman, Morris Blum, Henry Steig, Samuel Balofsky, Samuel Katz and Paul Giller. The 100th Anniversary Class will be initiated at a gala affair in the near future and a program is now being arranged befitting this outstanding occasion. In addition, the new members, and those who procured their membership, will be the guests of Sholem Lodge at a dinner to take place upon the completion of the drive. r^JoUST BROS Ry^ And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delhrery Tisit Our Farm at 1200 N. W. 3Xad Street F OR rrlirf from Functional Nervous Disturbance* auch aa PJff leuneas. Crankineae. fc.otabU.tr. Ntrvoe. Head.ch* md Nn" "J d.gt.n.n. 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PAGE SEC +Jewist !*****£_ FRIDAY. FEBRUARY NAZIS TO DEPORT ILL JEWS LOOM 1.11 London fWNSl—All remaining Jews in Berlin, Bohemia and Moravia will be deported, probably to Naziccupied Poland, by March 3!. according I a report this week by the British Broadcasting C n •"" %  '•• •" %  • which added that the Jews j rted to Poland are being executed at the rate : 6 000 :. lay Rev Nazi prop extern inai I % % %  ish population of I Eur the BBC I "Hitlei rder that aft c %  no Bohemia M ravia The "The '". -. • ••> hi %  sentences J HTS Moravia 1 rdei r ratioi Funeral Chapel MM W. FLA6LIR ST. : they are already forbidden to buy 1 unrationed food stuffs." 'In Vienna." the report said. "the compulsory deportation of Jews has been almost concluded. Special Gestapo officers have been withdrawn from Vienna to i speed up the expulsion of Jews i from Berlin and Holland. In Po; land mass executions of Jews continue. In one area alone 6.000 Jews are being killed daily. Last Friday. Dr. Ley (Nazi labor minister) once more proclaimed: 'The Jew has been chosen—but for %  •ruction." London (WNS)—More than 10.000 Jews, about half the total Jewish population of Libya, have been released fr m < I ntration (ration camps, act rding to a report received here this week from Ca:r RECOMMENDED On this page will appear the advertisements of a group of above the average^firms and individuals whose product or service has proven fe SSility and Dependability. Feel free to caU 2-1141 aU any tune for h* er information as to any of the advertisements listed below or to fill any of vour many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be placed at your disposal. Ask for B. R. Walzer. GREET'SGS SCHAFF'S PRESERVING CO. JELLIES AND PRESERVES N A 22"2 STREET N ENFIELD'S CAMERA SHOP AND PORTRAIT STLDIO CcrreWMlMet Avtnje PMOSE : ._ 409 LINCOLN ROAD M'AVI BEACH. FLA. DR. J. M. ROSENTHAL Hit Re:c-ea M 0" c %  420 LINCOLN ROAD M--ci-: • Nl BJK Bagtor fe pract :e -' d Mieee the HEART and LUNGS F A: ,. • p-cr-e 6-2232 r V PHONE TJ-I % Z-3I5I W INSURANCE i*9L SEyBOLD tfi av BUILDIM6 jTJ tlawl&jon'i Uphelstory. Slip Cortr m Drapery Shop Complete Line of Excluart, Decorative Fabric* 35 M. W. 1st St Ph. 3MS| 9-2664 SURGICAL SUPPLY CO. 25 N E Second *.--_PHONE I-44S3 TRUSSES • BELTS ELASTIC STOCKINGS BROTH ERHOOO GREETINGS DADE TYPEWRITER CO. • V003ST0C TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES P.ntl| • %  Repair* S.s: PMQSE JOHNNIE Ita aDinnan Steak,. Chop*. s*> Food P zz, Ra ; S r a 5 : •. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS NORTH BEACH HOTEL and APARTMENTS 250 20th Street MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9501 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EARL V. WILSON CO. 1220 S. Miami Avenue Phone 3-5724 -BROTHERHOOD GREETINGSSEMINOLE ROCK & SAND CO. 1114 CONGRESS BLDG. MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 9-3104 ALPERT'S RESTAURANT and DELICATESSEN SerTing BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON DINNER FAMOUS FOR OUR SANDWICHES Ocean Drire at Biscayne St. MIAMI BEACH Dr. Frederick R. Frank Chiropractic Physician A COMPLETE HEALTH SERVICE Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory X-Ray 1138 West Flagler Street 3-5961 Miami Eitebhehed In Miami Sm a, Hanson Roofing Co. ROOFING AND SHEET Mh, CONTRACTORS PHONE 4-S80 414 B. W. 22nd AVENUE 2101 BOWL FOR HEALTH AND FTffl PALACE BOWLING CENTER N. Miami Art. Ph. 2 3a ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY GENTLE RIDING HORSES E J. ALBERT SON 1337S N. E. tth Avenua REASONABLE RATES KEEN SIGHT HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED KEENE Seybold Build*; DR 111-2-3 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ROGER W. ARNOLD 22S *v. 22ra Avenue M AVI. FLORIDA JEWELS WORK OF ART FURNITURE. ANTIQUES AND CURIOS SILVFJ INTERNATIONAX FINE ART GALLERIES 1657 Washington Avenua BUSINESS PHONE SBB" "' SSggRl PHONE I* BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY GREGOR MIAMI BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS '•• .PEPPER Tivoli Beauty Salon. Inc. FOR THE LADY WHO CARES" Open Evcn.ngt fc„ Appointment 744 W Flagler St.. Miami. %  a PHONE 3-2561 GREETINGS MISHAN LINEN SHOP IMPORTERS MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA -GREETINGSMIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS —a— MIAMI BEACH SINCERE GREET,NOS FROM LEO HUBERMAN NORMANDY RESIDENT AND DAY SCHOOL 1021 Blarrita Drive RHONE 6-1041 MIAMI BEACH BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ATLANTA LIFE INSURANCE CO. 233 N. W. Ninth Street PHONE 2-1561 KUWEIT C0MCT1A GENERAL CONTRACTORS e • ,7 >9 Conqreas Building Phone 9-1566 MIAMI. FLORIDA BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS and BONDS! .. • % 



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HUDAB FEBRUARY 19. 1943 -.kwlstincrldton PAGE SEVEN Fine OF JEWISH L FUNOPBOF. SCHIPIII A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH By DR. M. A LIPKIND Miami Beach, Fla. (Editor's Note.) Series of articles in the interest of disseminating popular information with respect to the history and development of Zionism and its ideals, prepared by Zionists of this area, will appear from time to time in the columns of the Jewish Floridian. The first of these, starting this week, is an account of the life of Prof. Herman Schapira, founder of the Jewish National Fund. (Keren Kayemeth). Herman (Hirsch) Schapira was born Aug. 16, 1840, at Erswilken, a village near the German frontier. His rather, Solomon, was a Talmudic scholar, who passed all his days in study, prayer and good works. There were six children in the family, and the task of supporting them fell upon the shoulders of the mother. About two years after Schapira's birth, the family moved to the border town of Taurogen. There the child was given the traditional education of a Jewish boy at that time. He soon won fame as a wonder child. He commenced the study of the Talmud at four, and at eight years there was no longer anyone in town who could act as his teacher. Hirsch now applied himself to the study of philosophy, ethics and mathematics. At 13 he began wandering to Yeshivas in different towns. At 24 he was ordained rabbi, and for two years he officiated as rabbi and conducted a yeshiya. A desire for secular education took hold of him; he was urged by his father to specialize in mathematics. He went to Wilna, the chief stronghold of the Haskalah movement (modernist enlightenment movement) among the Jews of Lithuania. Here he mastered Russian, history, and geography. In 1867 he reached Berlin and went to work in a factory. In seven months he E assed examinations in German, atin and other required subjects, and was admitted to the technical high school. He attended this school for three years, supporting himself by giving private lessons in German. Then his health broke down and he returned to Russia. He went to seek his fortune in Odessa, a center of Hebrew scholars. He fell sick on arrival and was confined to a hospital for 10 months. After recovery, on recommendation of M. L. Lilienblum, a Hovav Zion and Hebrew scholar, he got a position as a bookkeeper, where he worked for three years. At the Russo-Turkish war of 1876 he went to Bucharest, chief base of supplies for the Russian troops, and became an army contractor. In 1878, at the end of the war, Schapira, with a few dollars saved, aged 38 and married, went to Heidelberg to resume his studies. In a few weeks he prepared himself for and passed the college entrance examinations. He matriculated at the University of Heidelberg, specializing in mathematics. He received the degree of Ph. D. in 1880. In 1881 he was appointed instructor at his Alma Mater. Six years later. GREETINGS ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc. TBANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue PHONE 9-1781 Miami. Florida SEASON'S GREETINGS SAM GOLDSTEIN AND FAMILY KING'S CLEANERS and SHOE REBUILDERS liTl Alton Road Miami Beach, Fla. S. fl. REEL DISINBUTH6 CO. EXTEND GREETINGS TO THEIR MANY FRIENDS 9002 M. E. FIRST COURT MIAMI, FLORIDA in 1887, Schapira was made Professor of Mathematics at the University of Heidelberg, a fine achievement for a Jew and a foreigner in the Germany of Bismark, Treitschke and Stacker. Professors of his class (ausserodentliche Professoren) receive no salary, but depend for their livelihood on fees paid by students who take courses under them. As higher mathematics is not a popular subject, Professor Schapira turned to the trade of watch making and eked out a poor living by mending and making clocks at home. In 1882 he published a series of Hebrew articles in the Hamalitz (the leading Hebrew periodical of the day) advocating the founding of a university in Palestine to serve as a spiritual center for the agricultural colonies that were just beginning to be established in the Holy Land,, In 1883 he formed the Zion Society in Heidelberg for promoting Hebrew culture and the Zionist ideal. At the same time he conceived the idea of creating a Jewish National Fund for the purpose of purchasing land in Palestine and holding it in perpetuity for the Jewish people. The underlying principle of this idea is the old Mosiac doctrine which was later produced by Henry George, and other single taxers, that the soil of a country should belong to the whole people instead of to private land owners. At the historic conference of the Hovevie Zion (lovers of Zion) which met at Kattowitz Nov. 6, 1884, he urged the formation of a national fund. The time was not auspicious. Before the Jews could have a national fund they had first to acquire a national sense, as well as a national organization in which that sense might crystalize itself. Schapira proposed again, at the First Zionist Congress in 1897. the adoption of his proposal to form a Jewish National Fund, and it was unanimously adopted. It was not, however, until the Fifth Zionist Congress, in 1901. that the Jewish National Fund was definitely established. Professor Schapira was already dead three years, the usual fate of the prophet and dreamer. His last words were: "We must strive to have faith; we shall triumph in the end." The Jewish National Fund, from the time of its inception, appealed to the imagination of the Jewish people, especially to the masses, and became the most popular of all Zionist institutions. What the J. N. F. has accomplished to date, and who was its moving spirit is the story of another man, Menahem Ussishkin, which will follow. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jewis*nor*0w FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19. M B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Mian w Br PAVL WETTZMAN Uie chairmanship fc • • -— a posrjon to create a .c;ud es Walter C :zar to shift workers P? rk ar DBM rf B*nal B.'.'.r. Kovn ?*; the u worken L*oA.Cb :: %  this fur rt: : B'r.i. : %  now .•_* one ha: greeti I Like Ifl r.-.vdeard and chairman of the Y i H A. Financial CommittM J give a comparative rev *'*'. two best-selling war jounJi Richard Tregaskis • Guadalc2'. Diary," which is appt-ar.-V: serial form in the Newt J William I. White's "Thev *Expendable" "• Mrs Maurice Sager, jaJ president, will present the speS and conduct an open forum • %  g the review Everyooti cordially invited Cub Pack Th..Scout Cub Pack, rececorganized at the Y." u aM swing now. Two dens have bit 1 organized and meet as foLotj On Thursday afternoon %  o'clock, one den nu-vts at ^ home of Mrs. Charlei Friedn 1931 S. W 14th T. rrace. and! Friday afternoon at 4 o'doa another den meets at the he* of Mr Aaron Kanner. 1816St 11th Terrace 9. 19 and 11 ytars of are eligible to atti i TO SERVE YOU IS OUR PLEASURE EDWARDS SERVICE STATIONS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD •i&o s E gntM st-*t 2**4 S W E 3-'S-t .4 ?l_ALCOHOLISM NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS Scientifically Treated MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION Institute of Neurology N. MIAMI AVE. at 79th St. AN rOU DEAFENED? The tew Electronic Radioear just re;s* %  • •tth %  "^ HP" %  • • t li^-ond Pae it. m ••mt el i^d.. of ,d prop.rt >;-•! wa, ln A^'r,,,"-•" *x or u,,..,, 5erfe^r T gSJJ^" rt a. I a : : >: l-JlV* M J **"en D C BEFORE YOU BUT see LEON ELKIR with METROPOLITAI LIFE INS. CO. Hot Beet Because B^a But— B igge et Because 1st the AXIS! V JCTORY n>u* x^ peace urary huh "i" elimioate wax from the of < we are fighting to esubluk f are fighung too. -d* "^ oi every man and womso • have the oporruoity io **"> Lviag, to conduct busine* bring up hi* famil > *"' dmonal manner AInfr a, Oxmocracy Our way of Uf has i* ibe greater iad.iroa|" 1 Diiion in the work! I* piescrvc the pnwople* •>** saade u poeaibk! Hjr— III flit Tl Ht' II '• BUY WAR BONDS


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Miami, Fla
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February 19, 1943

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

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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m wJewislh IFIIariidliiai in
Combining Ytlie JfGWUSffl HjKlSty
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VOLUME 16No. 8
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS

J.D.C. CONTINUED
[
OF EUROPEJEIAIRT
New YorkThe fact that the
Joint Distribution Committee
continued its relief operations
overseas after America went to
war contributed a vital and
fundamental asset to the morale
and hope* of the Jews on the Con-
tinent, Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
the J. D. C. European chief told
a press conference here this week,
shortly after his return to the
United States from Lisbon, where
he has been since July, 1941,
Simultaneously, Dr Schwartz re-
ported that the authorities in
Spain were proving to be sym-
pathetic in their handling oi trie
refugee situation there and that
this attitude was in an important
measure prompted by the efforts
of the J. D. C. to lessen the new-
comers' plight.
Dr. Schwartz, who is one of
the few remaining American of-
ficials in Europe, plans to re-
main here about eight weeks in
order to confer with the officers
of the J. D. C. concerning the in-
creasing needs among the refu-
Sees in Spain. Switzerland and
forth Africa as well as the prob-
lem of evacuating children to
havens in the New World
VICTORT FOR BROTHERHOOD
BROTHERHOOD WEEK,
February 19-28, 1943The Week of Washington's Birthday
The perpetuation of Democracy depends u
American conviction in war and in peace has b
shares it with others. People of every nation, e
as Americans on this basis.
We are fighting for the right of men to li
than as masters and slaves. We are fighting t
this country may be practiced here and by free
such brotherhood earthwide which gives hope t
The war makes the appeal of Brotherhood
I commend to all our citizens the observan
I like the slogan '"Victory for Brotherhood." I
Christians and Jews to affirm anew the religion
ness, and co-operation on which the realiziatio
land by those of every occupation and religiou
ciples that makes our country united and strong.
The White House.
Washington.
pon the practice of the brotherhood of man. The
een that man finds his freedom only when he
very race, every creed are able to live together
ve together as members of one family rather
hat the spirit of brotherhood which we prize in
men everywhere. It is our promise to extend
o all the world.
Week stronger than ever.
ce of Brotherhood Week. February 19-28. 1943.
trust that the call of the National Conference of
s principles of understanding, justice, fnendli-
n of brotherhood rests will be heeded across the
s allegiance. It is the application of these prin-
FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT.
JEWISKLEHERS
WWEEKENBMEET
Leaders of Jewish federations,
welfare funds and community
councils in the nine Southeastern
States will gather at the St.
PhprlAg Hotel in New Orleans
this week-end for the ninth an-
nual conference of the Southeast-
ern States Region, Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
In the interests of war-time
economy, the 1943 conference
will be stripped of all non-essen-
tial activities and all meetings,
with the exception of the clos-
ing session on Sunday night, will
be working sessions with attend-
ance limited to delegates offi-
cially named by the local com-
munities
Isaac Heller and David Fich-
man of New Orleans, co-chair-
men of the Conference Program j
Committee, m announcing final
arrangements for the conference, I
statea that the program had been
planned to clarify such dominant
war-time issues as the spreading
War Chest movement, the devel-
opment of local welfare programs
for men in the armed services,
and special problems of cam-
paigning and budgeting to meet
the steadily increasing obliga-
tions on the local, national and
overseas fronts.
One of the highlights of the as-
sembly will be the address on
Sunday night by Joseph C. Hy-
man, executive vice-chairman of
the Joint Distribution Committee.
Mr. Hyman will discuss current
programs of rescue and recon-
struction carried on by the three
agencies comprising the United
Jewish Appeal: the Joint Distri-
bution Committee. United Pales-
tine Appeal, and National Refu-
gee Service.
HEADS OE BAZAAR
REPORT ALL READY
FOR EVENT AT 1.
Leo Ackerman and Dave Win-
ner, co-chairmen of the Monte
Carlo Bazaar, report that all is
in readiness for one of the year's
biggest events which will be held
at the Y. M. H.'A. building Sun-
day, Feb. 21, beginning at 5
o'clock. Sponsored jointly by the
Y. M. H. A. and the Miami Serv-
ice League of the Y. M. H. A.,
a capacity attendance is expected.
The affair will commence with
a cocktail party at 5 o'clock, fol-
lowed by a cafeteria dinner. Of
special interest is a Children's
Hour provided for by Maurice
Grossman, executive director, in
order that the parents will be
free to enjoy the evening. Miss
Dorothy Lightman, arts and
crafts dramatics instructor at the
"Y," will conduct a Story Hour
for the children at 5 o'clock.
For the past week every mem-
ber of the committee has been
kept busy preparing for the
event. Many novelties will be
featured with the extra evening's
program planned to keep every
one occupied.
In addition to Mr Ackerman
and Mr. Willner, the following
members of the committee as-
sisted: A. Louis Mechlowiti,
Leonard Jacobus, Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner, Mrs. Jennie Levinson, Sid-
ney Palmer, Louis Gordon, Abe
Aronovitz, George Wolpert. Mrs.
Maurice Sager, Phil Berkowitz,
W. D. Singer, Frank Rose, Mrs.
Anne Koven, Mrs. Mollye Kauf-
man, Mrs. Sylvia Chertkof, Mrs
Mildred Weiss, Mrs. Mildred
Weissel, Mrs. Leo Shapiro. Mrs.
Lillian Friedman, Mrs. Myra
Rosenberg. Mrs. Dorothy Kap-
lan, Mrs. Sylvia Steig, Mrs.
Juliet Stone and Mrs. Faye Wein-
traub.
CHAIRMEN NAMED FOR 1943
FOR UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
William Rosenwald of Green-
wich, Conn.; Rabbi Abba Hillel
Silver of Cleveland, Ohio, and
Rabbi Jonah B. Wise of New
York, were re-elected recently at
a meeting of its Executive Com-
mittee to serve as national chair-
men of the 1943 United Jewish
Appeal for Refugees. Overseas.
Needs and Palestine, the largest
unified war rescue and resettle-
ment campaign ever undertaken
by the Jews of the United States.
The United Jewish Appeal is the
single fund-raising channel of the
Joint Distribution Committee, the
United Palestine Appeal and the
National Refugee Service, the
three agencies which respectively
provide for war relief and re-
habilitation overseas, for the de-
fense and upbuilding of the Jew-
ish homeland in Palestine and for
assistance to newcomers in the
United States.
RABBI TO CONDUCT JEWISH
HOUR OVER WIOD SUNDAY
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the Jewish Hour over WIOD
this Sunday afternoon from 4:30
to 5. The rabbi will disccus the
subject, "Brotherhood Obser-
vanceFact or Farce?"
MESSAGES FROM RUSSIA
TO RELATIVES IN FLORIDA
The Union of Russian Jews in
New York is >n regular c.ible com.
munication with the president of
the Moscow Jewish Community.
Mr. Samuel Chobrutsky. evacuate^
to Tashkent (Russia). Mr. Chobrut-
sky has a special office for the
purpose of locating refugees in
Soviet Russia and establishing con-
tact between them and their rela-
fives in the United States. The
organization has been instrumen.
tal in bringing together relatives
in the United States and Soviet
Russia.
Messages have been received for
the following persons in Florida:
1. Mr. Luber, Mozes and Mr.
Lubashevsky Max, used to live in
Miami Beach, Florida. London
Arms Hotelfrom their brother,
Mr. Theodor Lubashevsky. from
Krievv.
2. Mr. Rapoport. William from
Tasia Pinskaja, daughter of Betty
Rozenstein, from Odessa.
3. Mr. Dlumenth.il. Jacob, the-
ater manager, from his nephew.
Mr. Genrich PinskyBrauntahl
from Odessa.
4. Moldawsky. Mandel, lawyer,
from cousin. Rachel Shenin, Cha-
Jeleies daughter from Kishinew.
5 Wagner, Robert and Reznik,
Fenia from sister, Esther, and
brother, Nissel Vinnitzky, from
Moscow.
6 Maz. Betty from Vildauer,
Miriam from Mitau.
Inquiries in connection with the
above should be directed to: Union
of Russian Jews, 56 West 42nd
Street, room 314, New York, N. Y.
ARIED FORCES TO
OF BROTHERHOOD
New York (WNS)Men in the
armed forces will have the op-
portunity to participate in the
10th annual observance of Broth-
erhood Week, Feb. 19-28. accord-
ing to Everett R. Clinchy, presi-
dent of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, sponsors
of the event. In calling atten-
tion to the theme"Victory for
Brotherhood," Dr Clinchy said:
"This participation will be pos-
sible through the distribution of
brotherhood material and send-
ing speakers to training centers
by the National Conference. This
year millions of men in the serv-
ices will give real meaning to
brotherhood-in-action through a
clearer understanding of the
common stake we all have in
victory."
One of the aims of the National
Conference is to bring to the men
in the armed forces the feeling
that every American, of what-
ever religious faith or racial
strain, has a common task in
maintaining, after the war. the
spirit of unity which character-
izes life in camp today. To fur-
ther this aim trio-teams, com-
posed of priest-rabbi-minister or
of laymen, have visited 83 camps
throughout the country. Confer-
ences are held with chaplains,
officers and enlisted men. litera-
ture is distributed and films are
shown to develop friendly co-
operation of all faiths. The teams
spend from two to four days
in each center.
NEW SERIES SYMPOSIUMS
BE PRESENTED THURSDAY
CREST WORKERS
FEEL COAL IN SIGHT
AFTER HARD WORK
Workers for the War Chest
campaign feel the goal is in sight
even though the final report on
Tuesday totalled $50,624 short of
goal. With thorough coverage of
prospect cards which have not
been brought in, the balance
should be received by the end of
the week, according to Ralph A.
Tracy, campaign manager.
It is urged that any persons
who have not been called upon
by solicitors send in their contri-
butions by mail or a call at the
War Chest office. 127 N. W. Sec-
ond Street. The task of the work-
ers has been unusually difficult
because of lack of transportation,
so every bit of help will be appre-
ciated.
C. E. McMullin, president of
the Miami Apartment House As-
sociation, urges for a second time
that apartment house owners and
managers take the trouble to so-
licit their tenants, and add their
own contributions, and take the
same to association headquarters.
108 Shore land Arcade, in order
that the group may make a better
showing than it has to date.
Frank B Shutts, campaign
chairman, stated in Tuesday's
meeting that the war industries
which employ enormous numbers
of persons, in fact, our greatest
source of employment in this
area, have not contributed in pro-
portion to their incomes from
this community and their waj
'contracts. There are exceptions
to this, of course, in the instances
where certain corporations and
j their employes have given gen-
lerously; but many who can af-
| ford have not participated.
Individuals and small busi-
nesses have in this majority car-
ried their share of the load, and
many new subscribers have been
included for the first time. As
a whole, the campaign, even at
this point, may be considered a
tremendous success in that more
money than ever before has been
given and. strangely enough, ap-
proximately 50 per cent of it is
in cash, according to Tracy.
If you have not done your part,
you still have a chance to join
the responsible citizens of Dude
County in the honor of this com-
munity which takes care of its
own welfare problems, and shares
with our fighting allies, campaign
officials stated.
Y. M H. As Institute of Juda-
ism, sponsored in co-operation
with the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami, will present
the second of a series of sympo-
siums Thursday evening at the
"Y" Club rooms. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will speak on the
"Talmud" and will lead an open
forum discussion following his
talk.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan addressed
a large gathering on the "Books
of Books," the first of the series
held last week.
There are three other bi-weekly
lectures scheduled in addition to
these two.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO
DELIVER SPECIAL ADDRESS
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
Tallahassee (Special) Presi-
dent Roosevelt will deliver a spe-
cial message George Washington
Day celebration radio address,
Feb. 22. it was learned here to-
day.
The exact time of the presi-
dent's address has not been an-
nounced by Washington for mili-
tary reasons, but it will be made
at night during the numerous
Washington Day dinners that will
be held throughout the country.
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ORGANIZATION
"ACTIVITIES
ZIONIST
ORGANIZATION
id
Dr. Solomon Goldman
1' dressed a gathering of more than
' a thousand at the Miami Beach
: Jeiiah Center last Sunday^e-
H.. Htrussed the pristni
He discussed
; Zionist problem
Miami under the sponsorsnip_ oMhe^ BU
NATIONAL
CARDIAC HOME
===== -. 790 LaK-v:-w Drive Miami unatV k ? '. District with
rmTDRFN'S Bead> A novel and entertain- ami B*?**^ art" partici-
CHILDKtJN a nroCTam has been arranged other groups of tnt a fS
Gov. Spessard L Holland ex-
tended his personal indorsement
Tuc-sday to the objectives of trie
National Children's Cardiac Home
at M:am:. currently engaged m
fund-rai=:ng activities marking
Cardiac Week
Governor Holland, in a letter
to Charles S. Tobin, president of
the home at 4250 V. Flagler
Street, said:
'It is a privilege for me to Mi-
ne the objectives of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home
and to wish you continuing and
rr--*r Korts
I j mization to earn-.
a rk.
-Your -' "'-- and accorr.c
mi nts may n I a ways re
public credit
i ut y- u
ing program nas Deeri an<*-.u """ --,^{~ hoard 0f directors
under the direction of Bob Lean The board oi _
The affair will provide an op-, voted that twoOoiat n
portunity for council members to tif.catebe Pna*fvldnuals who
pan their pledges for the donors ed to the two majwu
fund whichPia used for local.coun- are mott.de* rv>
cil needs
irman.
S p^Jred from thV council of, ress olthe, oyaruzation
fice or from members of the com- (A LiPkd. J. **'
by Mrs Anna is m
an; Mrs Will ngregati n I I ***J$. "5
rt Schwartz.:curing funds for I '^rancn oi
mittee headed
hairm
Mrs Louis Lyti ri Mrs Walter. n rk
Bronston, Mr- Sam Rost. Mrs.
Abe Eisenberg and Hn Sam
^ts for each
PIONEER WOMEN
The Miami Chapter, W< a
Division American Jewish I
gress, will hold their regular
Pioneer Women*! Organization.
Club No. 2. us sponsoring a card
and bingo party :J>'- 'c?
, at 8 p m. at the Workman s
Circle 1. 25 Washington
M Beach Roae
is is chairman.
nthly m< ting Mor lay. Fet
yS do rSV.::-y .2 1*0 fm, afCarh 1711 AI-
the results a they may be.ob- ton R id Miami# Beach.
benefitted
'It ls my
: -/..' & M M. he] ff will be the
I ru cipal -: aki r A rr.usicai
sincere wish that'progran as been arranged.
our pro- -- to re- M n r r .-.- : to attend and
: port and encourage- bring 1 r friends The r.^r> --
t that it c wdl give a bingo party the same
The cardiac home is for chil iremng al lock it M Mi-
dren of 6 to 12 years old wl ami B "
axe rheuma! i i
fever [1 rted I y v lun- be used for the
tarj contril tioi ind fund war effort
raised by the Dad ty chap- --------.---------------
t'-r, and several chapten which
been formed in the North j
Th. Pi neer Women's Organi-
zati n. Club No. 1 of Gr. ater
Miami, will have a regular n
ing next Wednesday. Feb. 24. at
n. at the I t Mrs H- nrj
Seitlin. 418 N W. Fifth Street.
fradassah. The affair *edj
fcJS Mn Edward Lovitz
serves as general chairman as-
Sed bj mV Moms Plant Mrs
Harry Nevins and Mrs Sam Katz_
Mr. Max Dobrin ba unagtd
he rr.uMcal and cultural program
which will feature an address on
^ThePost-War V. >-r,rancJ5
P l^ke of the editorial staff
- the Miami Daily New!
Mrs Edward Lovitz has just
returned from Columbia. S. C .
when she attend, d the South-
eastern Regional C e of
the Hadassah as representative
'of the Miami chapter. bne
will render a full report at the
luncheon. Feb. 22.
Mrs. Milton Sirkm. president
of the Miami chapter, and Mr.-
Edward Lovitz. recording 5-
ury wen elected v thi : : :
I of directi rs i I the '
' Region.
Reservations may be made by
.,...-. mber of the
Icommiti" Proceeds of the
I luncheon will be used to b- I
. War En r n : l r gram of
[the Had I ih '' I frgaiUia-
, tion in Pal< i
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19, ^J
P. W. O. CONTR1BIJTJ3
HELP SISTERS IN PALESnJ
FebruaryThe Pioneer
ens Organization has sent
000 to the Working wLJ*
Council, its sister organ!??'
in Palestine, for the fft*
of refugee children mtoto*J
stitutions which are to h* *
panded in order to make *
for children now on their i2
to Palestine from Iran 9|
brings the toUl of fundj i?
warded to the council since ^
last national convention to m
000. it was announced recent ill
Miss Dvorah Rothbard. rail
secretary.
SEASON-8 OBEETIN0S
CORAL GABLES
Machinery Exchange
4101 a. Due Highwly
PHONE 4.4622
Best WUhas to Our Min
Jewish Friends and Pino*
JAMES DRUG SHOP
30 S. E. Second Avenu*
Phone 2-1779
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
will
d Jewish
SPINOZA FORUM
HIAS
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER_______
A Memorial Tablet will be un-
ed dedicated at Beth
Sholom Ci nt< r at T 30 p. m Sun-
The Wall Tal let, contain-
36 name with indi-
ic bulbs for Yahrzeit
:is. will be presented byl
G< : n. a member of th<
board of directors of the center. |
as his donation in memory of
as I Saw It" w
the topic of a lecture this Satur-
-------------day fternoon, 3 30 o'clock, by
Many prominent Jews in the Dr A W '. n before the ... rife, Mr?. Ray Cohen. Rabbi
public lift- of the i ten ; rum, ui ler the anopy s M. Machtei will preside over
who sojourn in Ui I wn at 11th Street be- the nies. A social period
attend the annual banquet foi tween C Avenue and Ocean wui follow in the Ellis Room of
benefit Hias Sunday, I Drive, Miami Beach. Genera! the center.
March 7 at th W rkmens discussion will follow Dr Wolf- Beth Shoiom Sisterhor,d wil
Circle, 25 Washington .-- nu ns description
The Talmud Torah of Congre-
gation Schaarei / l< k with a
I n i nt enr nt i :' -5. is still
accepting registrati n of chil-
Ral : S n r. April i> in
. of the I and in
children residing anywhere in the
southwest section to enroll. He
states that parents do not have
to be a member of the congrega-
tion in order for their children
to receive a Jewish education.
The only facility existing in this
area at the present time is this
group.
BROTHERHOOD CREETINU
TO OUR MANY FRIEND*
AND CUSTOMERS
HARMON'S
143 N. W. Sco-d St-tti
PHONK 1-tTTT
of Palestine.
Miami Beach A var.-d Wednesday evening. 7:30 o"clock.
program for the evening in which Dr Moms Schneer of New York
prominent talent will participate will continue his series of lec-
us being arranged tures on the human bodv and
This banquet has become the wl lid be done to keep it
annual contribution of the M;- well a:, i healthy.
in Beach tourists to sup: len nt _______________________________
the funds raised by Hias ( tl
indi-' it r
to the many thousands of r
'.he world during
this World War
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
hold its next regular meeting at
8 p. m. on Tuesday.
A Melavve Mi ike given 1 y
Pi ne> r Women's Organza-
tion in co-operation with the
Sholom Sisterhood will
ace at the Beth Sholom
Center Saturday evening A so-
: from 8 to ll p. m. will
: refreshments be-
served.
-------------------------------------------' A branch of the American Red
Mi J '/ I Mrs Pearl wing Group has been m-
s at ajstituted at the Beth Sholom
thi Mi Center. Women residing in this
' ':' terhood i are
evening at tl i hi mi ki | t call 58-1961.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
BROTHERHOOD CREETINOS
THE WESTERN MEAT
COMPANY
2123 H. W. Seventh .- -
MIAMI. FLA.
Phone S.763T
GREETINGS-
FRIGIDAIRE
Kirby-Tuttlo Co., be
Refrigerators. Rangea. Wile
Heater*, Commercial WiV
Cooler*
AIR CONDITION S3
IS W. Flaeler St. P< V
MIAMI. FLORIDA
I Mr and Mi 5. G lank.
High spot of the so ison A card and i arty
for ma friend v M H. A.
Miami Section of the N ti th thi ti with
Council of Jewish Women will ": .". I. Or'ansky assisting.
I e tl e ci kt rty to be held Fi i 28 Pro-
Sunday, Feb. 28, from 4 to 7 p. m for thi Tal-
at the hon I Mi Walt r Bi mud T'rah.
Riverside Memorial Chapel
New York City
Dear Mr. Rosenthal:
The family of the late Rev. Zri Hirsch Masliansky
will never forget the perfect manner in which you con-
ducted the funeral tervice.
The Chevra from the Shul who made the Tara. re-
marked upon your complete knowledge of the Orthodox
Ritual
The Speakers. Rabbi Leventhal. Rabbbi Stephen
Wise. Mr. Goldman. Mr. Lipsky and even the Choir of
150 Cantors from the Cantors Association told us about
your tact in arranging the order of the service and the
considerate attention shown each of them.
We still marvel at your skill in handling the thou-
sands of people inside and outside the Shul who came
to the services. Your interest in the comfort of each and
every member of the family has earned our everlasting
thanks and we all agree that no one could ever have been
as efficient and as helpful as you and your Riverside
Memorial Chapel Staff.
Very sincerely
The family of the late
Rev. Zvi Hirsch Masliansky
MMULIJ
OLD SA
Biscayne Boulevard at-77rh,StTeetr Phone -7*7725 -
' .Dinners From 5 o'Clock .': Sundays From Noon
Cocktail Lounge .Fine Liquor j ,nd Wines
TAKE BUS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS M Tl FROM MIAMI IEACH
TOWER
THEATRE
W. 8TM ST. AT -5th AVE.
OPEN AT 1)48 P. M.
Fri. and Matinee Only Sat
Feb. 19-20
THIS IS IT!
"We Are The
Marines"
Full-Length Picture with
America's Fighting
Leathernecks
Starts Sat at 4:30 p. M. and
Sun. thru Wed. Jan. 20-24
ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S
FINEST PICTURE
"Shadow of
A Doubt9'
WITH
MIAMI'S OWN
JOSEPH COTTEN
and
TERESA WRIGHT
STAR OF "MRS. MINIVER'
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1943
MumiijiiuiiajuijiiJiiiuiiuiiui
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
I PERSONALS
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ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mint/or an-
nounce the cnHaKcincrU of their
daughter, Helen, to Sarnmie Hal-
perin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Halperin of Fitzgerald, (_ia. Miss
Mintzer attended Miami Senior
High School and the University
of Miami and now is in defense
work at the Army Air Base. Mr.
CEREMONIALS
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated
on Wednesday afternoon at the
St. Francis Hospital at the Brith
Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Moe Popoff, 940 Jefferson Ave-
nue, Miami Beach.
BAR MITZVAH
The Bar Mitzva of Lawrence
Jerome Rubin, son of Dr. and
Mrs. A. J. Rubin, will take place
at Beth Jacobs Congregation
Saturday morning.
Rabbi Itzchok Zji Taub of New
York City is vacationing here at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Clein, I860 S. W. Fourth
Street, Miami.
Halperin attended public schools
of Fitzgerald. He is a recent
graduate of the University of
Georgia, where he was a member
of TEP. He is at present 3rd
class petty officer in U. S. N. R.
No date hat been set for the j
wedding.
At an engagement party held
recently at the home of the
Mintzers', more than 200 were
present with out-of-town guests,
including Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Halperin and MLss Dorothy
Mardar.
eat WlthM to Our Many Jewiah
Friend* and Patrona
Cr
WHITE BELT DAIRY
N. W. tand Ava. Ph. 7-2411
AlKA-SELTZER
adGHTlNS
P' /&*> my DAY
P.S-
BOCJHONALLY. I wake up in
Homing w>th Headache.
i wears off along the
middle of the forenoon, but I don't
Want to WBit that long, so I drink a
last of darkling ALKA-SELTZER.
In Just a little while I am feeling a
lot better.
i the week's ironing tires
me and makes me sore and stiff.
Than it's ALKA-SELTZER to the
raseuaa tablet or two and a little
rast makes me feel more like finish-
ing tha Job.
And when I eat "not wisely but
too wan," ALKA-SELTZER relieves
tha Add Indigestion that so often
fallows.
ADu Seltzer brightens my
' Mings relief from so many
discomforts, that I always
handy.
djpn't you get a package at
,TZER at your drug store
Ihckage Sjtf, Small JM.
Jf\s
ALKA
todsr/T
PALMER
I ii ii era I Chupel
2001 W. FLAGLER ST.
A^uv\AcNECE 9-2664
GREETINGS
McAllister florist
"Say It With Flowers
But Say It With Ours"
629 S. W. 1st St.
Ph. 2-3773
SEASON'S GREETINGS
VEGETABLES
ITAMINS
ICTORY
Klefeker Produce Co.
1191 N. W. 22nd St.
Ph. 3-8795
Diamonds
Jewelry
Luggage
Novelties
provident iewelry
& luggage co.
39 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 2-3268
GREETINGS
CHAS. S. MEYERS
Exclusive Representative
ROYAL STANDARD
TYPEWRITERS
120 N. E. Firat Street
Service Rentals
SUPPLIES
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
DR. EUGENE WEISS
Podiatrist Chiropodist
Mercantile National Bank Building
420 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Office Phone 5-6940
Residence Phone: 5-5501
FRED A. KOENIG
PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY

PHONE 2-7641
260 S. W. Sixth Street
GEORGE LANGER
THE SUNGAS
Not Incorporated
1100 West Flagler Street
Phones: 2-38112 3833
Extends to All His Jewish
Friends and Patrons
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
+Jew 1st fieridton
PAGE THREE
WITH THE BOYS
IN SERVICE
MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
NOW MEETING REGULARLY
Pvt. Seymour D. Ketive, 21,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Ketive, 2424 S. W. 18th Avenue,
is now attached to the army air
base at Salt Lake City, Utah,
where he has applied to become
an officer candidate.
The Ketives came to Miami
two and a half years ago from
New York City, where Private
Ketive was graduated from De-
Witt Clinton High School and
New York University. He spent
two years in the law school at
the University of Florida before
he was inducted into the army
at Camp Blanding on Oct. 30,
1942.
From basic training at West
Palm Beach, he was sent to take
a special 90-day course at the
A. and M. College, Stillwater,
Okla., where he was class presi-
dent of a group of more than 500.
and graduated "with distinction
and honor." He intends to re-
sume the study of law after the
war.
PFC. George Reichgott. for-
merly of 820 S. W. 11th Avenue,
has completed the radio oper-
ator's course at Camp LeJeune.
New River, N. C.
SPECIAL SERVICE TO BE HELD
AT KEY WEST BY RABBI
A special service will be con-
ducted this evening, beginning
at 8 o'clock, at the local Jewish
Synagogue, according to an-
nouncement made today by
Rabbi L. Lehrcr, spiritual leader.
All interested are invited to
attend the service.
Special services for the men
of the armed forces are part of
the evening's program.
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
e
DR. W. H. MURRELL
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
E. GEORGE BERNARD
Postal Bldfl. Phone 2-2843
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
DR. RALPH B.
FERGUSON
320 S. E. First Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Realizing the large task con-
fronting them but fully confi-
dent of success in the coming
undertaking, campaign officials
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation are meeting regularly
to shape further plans for the
drive March 21-23.
Division heads have been se-
lecting workers and meeting
with them to map out plans for
a thorough coverage of prospec-
tive contributors.
Jake Felt and Herman Wall
are heading the advanced gift
division and have announced
some of the captains who will
assist them. These include Leo
Ackerman. Harry Boyell, George
Chertkof, Dr. Frank Coret, Irving
Frankel, Joseph A. Berman. Nat
H. Hankoff. Sam Lachman and
Charles S. Tobin.
Several affairs are being ar-
ranged for this division to bring
prospects together and acquaint
them with the needs and bene-
ficiaries of this year's drive.
Mr. Felt, a comparative new-
comer to the community, has a
background of communal parti-
cipation recognized for his ac-
complishments throughout the
South. He was president of sev-
eral Zionists organizations and
headed the Southeastern Region,
which included Florida.
Mr. Wall has been a resident
of the city for many years, beinq
active in Temple Israel in addi-
tion to his civic undertakings.
The advanced gift division has
been set up to make possible pre- \
campaign contact of prospects. I
This will eliminate the almost j
impossible task of personal soli-
citation under present war re-
strictions concerned in the major
portion with gas and rubber ra-
tioning.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Patrona
and Friends
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
503 N. W. Seventh Avenue
PHONE 2-7901
BERT WI8HEH TO OUR MANY
JEWISH ntUBNDS ANU
PATRONS
EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP
1501 North Miami Avenue
I'HONK 2-0S73
To Our Many Jewish Friends
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GREAT SOUTHERN
TRUCKING CO.
84 N. E. 20th STREET
PHONE 2-6613
NEW YORK FAMILY STATES
BEACH HOTEL JOINS ARMY
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
AND PATRONS
HOME DRUG STORE
1401 Biscayne Boulevard
I'HONK 3-1774
The Evans family of Loch Shel-
drake, N. Y., announce that the
Hotel Evans, Miami Beach, has
joined the army. In keeping
with their policy of always pre-
senting their friends with the
latest and best in vacation op-
portunities, they wish at this
timh to announce the opening
of the Sea Gull Pool and Cabana
Club. 21st on the ocean, Miami
Beach.
The Sea Gull Pool and Cabana
Club offers the most beautiful
swimming pool, cabanas, restau-
rant and complete and modern
sports facilities.
In addition to being open to
the public, the Evans family ex-
tends invitation at special rates
to all men and women in the
armed services.
SEASONS GREETINGS
SAVORY BAKE
SHOP
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VOLUME 16 HUMMER 8
BROTHERHOOD WEEK
The lc43 Brotherhood Weeb observance
has aro-ased an Merest in many quarter and
has received a degree of cooperation in very
many influential elements in the populajon
-hat is unprecedented dunng the 10 years
since it was inaugurated.
Not least has been the co-operation ren-
dered by Jewish individuals and organizations.
Upon this we have always leaned heavily and
it was never more fully given than this year.
All over the country rabbis and prominent
laymen are serving as members of Brother-
hood Week committees, and participating in
their activities.
The National Conference of Christians and
lews, sponsors of Brotherhood Week, is defin-
ing Brotherhood as giving to others the rights
you want for yourself. Such a practical defi-
nition applied in all situations of life will add
materially to the unity of our nation now and
to the climate of opinion which will cssure the
continuing co-operation among religious groups
so essential to a stable post-war world.
Brotherhood, long a religious principle, is
now a fact, a hard fact necessary to the sur-
vival of the human race. It is the cohesive
agent of democracy.
Brotherhood means respect, understanding
and co-operation among those who difier
racially and religiously. It means fighting
prejudice and bigotry and thinking of people
as individuals rather than as a group. It
means intelligent and informed good will.
Without good will democracy will collpase
and the world go back to barbarism. With it.
men can live as a family and by giving it to
world where men of all races, nations and
each other so all can have it, will build a
creeds can be free.
Our prejudices developed, largely in the
pre-scientific ages. It is only within the last
few generations that anthropologists, social
scientists, historians and other educators have
given us knowledge about the nature of groun
relations, and the principles that govern them.
We are beginning to see that the idea of racial
superiority is nonsense, that groups are mu-
tually interdependent, that the well-being of
one group is dependant upon the health of
every group and that social hostility can be
analyzed and reduced to proportions of minor
consequence. If we apply our knowledge,
co-operation can be achieved. We are see-
ing that democracy means unity without uni-
formity, that men do not need to be alike to
produce a strong, united, co-operative nation
and world. We know that international lav/
and order, with all nations participating, is
the sine qua non of a just and durable peace.
Colleges, universities, high schools, ele-
mentary schools, churches, adult education
agencies, and community organizations are
accepting their new responsibilities for edu-
ating people to realize their duties in a demo-
cratic society. That is an encouraging sign.
We cannot exhibit the spirit of brotherhood
toward peoples unless we have it here at
home. "To win the war," writes Herbert Agar
in "A Time For Greatness." "means not only
to overcome the virulent corruption which has
assailed us from without, but to be healed of
the weakness and folly which has betrayed
us from within; it means to bring a technical
civilization under the domination of brother-
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hood, thus harnessing our resources for cre-
Otive tasks." The strength and unity of our
national life is proportionate to the degrees
of brotherhood that is practiced here.
We have been sufficiently warned and are
probably aware that the agents of the totali-
tarian powers are constantly at work among
us spreading false rumors and suspicion, set
ting Catholic against Protestant and Protestant
Catholic and Christian against Jew. It is the
application of the proven policy, divide and
conguer. We have been often reminded of
Hitler's confidence that it was not necessary
to use armies to subdue the United States but
only to take advantage of the complexity of
our population and foment every occasion pre-
sented by our differences and fan every ember
of hostility and racial and religious prejudice.
It is incument upon us all, therefore, to be-
ware lest we play the Hitler game. Every in-
fluence that furthers discrimination against the
negro in industry or in the armed forces, that
sets Catholic against Protestant in South
America, that denies justice to the yellow or
the brown man in America or that fosters
whispered accusations against the Jew is play-
ing the Hitler game. Brotherhood is essential
to victory. 'Brotherhood for Victory" is as
sound a slogan as is "Victory for Brotherhood."
Each complements the other.
TELL THE PEOPLE
At a recent meeting of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau a redefining of its program was pre-
sented. The new interpretation as to the
scope of the bureau and the directions of its
effort in the future were outlined rather defi-
nitely. Its approval was voiced by those pres-
ent and echoed by many outsiders.
A radical change in deviating from a dues
paying membership organization was ap-
proved. An expression of interest in the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau and naturally its work
is all that is necessary to enroll as a member
of the bureau. An expression to a member
or a written note to the bureau office will place
you on the roster.
This plan, of course, as do all courses of
organizational set-up, has its advantages and
disadvantages.
A group of twenty-five or thirty-five could
band together and at a meeting or election
literally take over. Ulterior motivations, per-
sonal grievances and radical ideas of plans
for improvement could be the theme song ot
any such group.
Of course, an organization with its officers
active and on the job will easily offset this
or any disruption that might arise.
At this recently held meeting it was passed
to inaugurate a campaign to inform the Jew
ish Community at large about the Baron de
Hirsch Loan Fund and its purposes, and mo-
an intensive educational public relations and
interpretations program be carried on to in
form the community of the service which the
bureau is organized to meet.
The Jewish Floridian looks forward to lend
ing its assistance in putting this over It feels
that it is of importance. The Jewish Floridian
is of the opinion that our community is await-
ing this information. r "
thnVll IeWv!Sh F1ridian Proers a suggestion
that this phase of interpretation and dLernT
nation of this information not be allowed^
lag and be delayed. Let's qe stalted n0w
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NAMEL'.ntin Reynold* report, that General Dwight Eimh^
Quentin n y nickname. we remind you. u lk
(whose much-publieuto broth Milton, who holdi S
,0 ,eU fi O hcYer Procurement System. squelched on, \fj*
tion in the ",c.er ... The lady, it teem., remarked: Tfc
inglon. snooty dowage EiMnhow. broth *
a wonderfuJ family tn Europ ^
Bataan. '^"wLhSigton You're a great family-.^
big 10b here m wa.n g b MUt<>n Eil#Bnoww ^
Siiy/.m whaTa pity we're not!" ... All of which should?,
Ma^,"ATr Cadet Bernard Epstein of Yonkers. who has ehjL
esson to Air uaaei db Z^mMmm h>nrii* h.r.o k.'.7"
lesso
hi
JS*^,iker to a less Jewish-sounding handle because he's tf
SatI h s Plane\shot down over Germany hd be badly fi
hv the Naiis because of hi. Jewih name .We haven t. fOTttl
f/.it.r noticed any name-changing operation undertaken
Bombard":-Meyer Levin and other, like him.
NATZI STUFF ...
All this recent speculation about whether or not Hitle,
,e.j rM-aiis the story of how the Fuehrer long ago usual
?t"ctn.that on his death hi. brain .hould be dissected by.
avorite scientist-pre.um.bly to hava a record | the exact.
qree to which Adolf, grey matter is addled Hitler, say, w,
chell is losing on the ground in Russia, in the air over Gern
ard on the sands in Africabut he Mem. to .core an occasioa
victory in Congress ... The Nasu. it is reported, are trvin,,
persuade the people of Paria to include rats in their diet-afe
we view as plain propaganda for cannabilism.
TRANSATLANTIC .
It isn't only explosive and incendiary bomb, that AS.
planes drop over Europe these day. The occupied territor.
also get quite a lot of propaganda bombs in the form of fib.
which the anti-Naii elements use for undercover showings.
Rene Blum, brother of France's one-time premier Leon B!a
received the doubtful compliment of being asked by the Naxai
present a ballet for them he was the director of the Monte Co
Ballet, you remember When he refu.ed he was sent off tai
concentration camp in Poland, we hear ... As for Leon Ea
himselfnothing at all has been heard of him of late, nori
George MandeL member of the last French cabinet befort.
fall of France.
WITH THE AUTHORS .
The literary Nathan, are sticking to their artistic prinapa
Critic George Joan has just refused to consider a proposal to ft
come a radio commentator, and poet Robert ha. turned doeii
Hollywood offer Gertrude Stein, the futuristic writer n
couldn't be persuaded to leave France in 1940. i. reported .>
in that unhappy country .tilland we do hope that what
time come, for her memoir, of those troubled years to be wren
she'll do the job in plain English, so that all will be able to uaa
stand Abroad on an Office of War Information mission it
elist Jerome Weidman Most interesting reading will bt !
Don Levine's new biography of General "Billy" Mitchell, vs
he call, the "pioneer of air power" The book will be pubiita
any day now.
ENTERTAINERS .
Comedian Benny Rubin was a hero the other night rkr/
fire broke out in the back of the studio from which he wsSef
casting Benny kept the studio audience reassured anccea
till the firemen arrived, thus averting what might have assa
a serious panic Planning a trip oversea, to entertain ksece
soldier, on foreign fighting fronts is radio's and Hollye**'
Dinah Shore She hope, to leave as soon a. .he finuae*
second film. "With Flying Color." Did you know, by tb!
that Dinah wa. recently awarded fir.t prize in an amateuipft
tography contest, but refu.ed to accept it on the grounds thai
judges might have been influenced by her name? Hollr**
is trying to get Sophie Tucker to play herself in the film that*
tell her story. "Red Hot Mamma."
ABOUT PEOPLE .
By the time you read this. Moshe Shertek. executive din*
of the Political Department of the Jewi.h Agency, will be in*
country David Neumark Brainin. 17-year-old son of *
Brainin. has enlisted in the Navy He', the grandson of the)*
Prof. David Neumark and of the late Reuben Brainin. and *
enlistment bring, up to 100 per cent the military servict oij
Brainin grandsonsthe other, being Abra.ha Brainin and >
bcnuller of Montreal, both member, of the Canadian an*
nVV a A\_,,he same time we muit announce that the
great-grandchild of Reuben Brainin has just appeared on *
tSEZ ,UP m Montreal, the daughter of Amita Brainin SchuJ"
Schecter The Navy has inaugurated an art project, with"!
Dain^VT ,Schreib*r "d Joseph Hirsch down in Pen***
painting the raining activities of the Naval base The A*
coulH rL '.0n- a,s plenty of "callent artists in its ranks *
of n.v.H r" U ,lmilar *"<* ... We are thinking partieu"
Newm.n wX' ne of A"ii'. fiM, yoUng painters, and D*
hedXro;ioWhhOS.'.uanT,UM of Palestinian aeanV hava been
ish AMemS *. CUntrT Don't 9et th notion that th*.S
main .1m?2TwPUJ ln, motion bY Henry Mon.ky i. going J
m Net Yn,vhead 'Snation ... It has set up executive aJJ
well Jnown .!.",haSStar,ed to faction on all cylinders. **
Iff' .wn.Bnd. "ctiTe Monsky manner ... Hint to the ho
wife- HIh2V .T uTe Mon,kT manner Hint to th. we-
!Lfl JLhou*eh.old chore, are getting you down in these ' get. persuade your
director Irving Pichel. Wi.v
the? wieldino ttSTfl V \ The direc,' oI PM Pi*' '
__a Yielding the flatuon i gr..t relaxation.
when rf, 1: \nore are getting you down in tnew -
r0Vlow1hreVaCm^lp.U hard ,0 *<" Pude your hu.bJ>
itI_ : f sample of movie director frvinq PicheL who doeij
rarln. -I "TV. Bi*A Dinar l"*W
LAST WORD .
and wha.T'nM ^t^9 a^ut th* "tioning of beaf. canned H
oS Tuc'h wa ,er e %& comm.nt.tor'wUliam Shir.r tddj
topped cann nn a Her* In America." ha pointed out. *
BuHn German^ ^ ^^ becaut w'' 3l out of toOv
out of do? T hey ,t0DD*d canning dog meat becauw sW
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PACK FIVE
fiELlGIQUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
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;oNG*EGATION BETH DAVID
! L W Third Av., Miami
MAX SHAPIRO, llabbl
I NdIS IIATMAN, Cantor
^:.jM8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Max
Shapiro \ "Brotherhood In War."
( tor Louis Hay man, Beth
1 levid boys' and girls' choir.
Liturgical selections. Mrs. M.
Schoenfeld, hostess at social
hour; occasion, birthday.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Max Shapiro, speaking.
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
3:40 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
Mil Euclid Avonu<>. Miami ItoaRh
ABRAHAM D. WOLF, Cantor
Friday, 8 p. mA guest speak-
er will address the audience.
Saturday, 9 a. m. services
Oneg Shabat, 6 p. m.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
WMh. AT*, ft 3rd St., Miami Il.-ueh
MOSES MES<"11 i:i.' >KK. Hal.Id
MAURICE MAMCHKS. fantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff: "Father of a Coun-
try. Cantor Maurice Manches,
Community singing.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Services:
Guest speaker, Rabbi I. Grozal-
sky: '"file Great Mid West."
Early Sabbath service. 7:30 a. m.
Sabbath afternoon, Rabbi Mesch-
eloff: "Portion of the Week."
Servicemen's Shalosh S'oodoss
by Mrs. Ethel Schaffron.
Adult classesTalmud daily 5
to 8 p. m., S. Freedman conduct-
tog. "Legends of the Talmud"
ourse (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi
Meacheloff, week days 6:30 to 7
p. m. Bible study period, H.
Goldin, 8 to 9 a. m. Saturdays. All
classes in 'synagogue building,
open to public.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41at Street, Miami Beach
S. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.Rabbi S. M.
Machtei, officiating. Symposium
on "What Is Brotherhood?"
Protestant speaker, Mayor Val C.
Cleary; Catholic speaker, Henry
A. McMahon; Jewish speaker,
Charles S. Tobin. Hostesses, so-
cial period: Mrs. Robert Nordin,
Mrs. Edward Shonfeld and Mrs.
Benj. B. Goldstein.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Service, Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei: "From Wash-
ington to F. D. R." Kiddush.
Adult classesJewish Science,
Sunday, 11 a. m., Rabbi S. M.
Machtei: "Humanity God's
Symphony."
Daily services morning and
evening.
SCHAAREI ZEDEE
Met 8. W. Third Strr.t, Miami
SIMON Al'ltlU lUilibl
Friday, 8:15 p. m.Rabbi Si-
mon April: "Temple of Old and
Synagogue of Today." Congre-
gational singing.
Saturday, 9:00 a. m Services,
Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion
of the Week." Shalosh Sudas
1:48 p.m.
Dally services morning and
evening.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
187 N. E. 19th St., Miami
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
Friday, 8:15 p. m.Rev. Roger
Squire of Rader Memorial Church
and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
will speak on the subject. "Vic-
tory Through Brotherhood." Re-
ception to follow.
Saturday, 11:00 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman offi-
ciating.
OBITUARIES
Funeral services were con-
ducted at 4 p. m. Tuesday in the
Palmer Funeral Home chapel for
Mrs. Helen Weingarten, 74, who
died Monday in a Miami hos-
pital. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky
officiated. Burial was in the
Jewish section of the Woodlawn
Park Cemetery. She lived at
1942 S. W. Seventh Street, and
came here seven years ago from
New York City. She is survived
by her husband, Henry Wein-
garten, and children.
Moses David Shanman, 69. died
at his home, 843 Meridian Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Tuesday. He
came here 32 years ago from
Cleveland. He is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Esther Shanman. of
Miami Beach, and a daughter,
Mrs. Lillian Rose, of Cleveland.
The body was sent to Cleveland
by Riverside Memorial chapel.
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Editor's note: To help our
readers understand the point
rationing system so they will
be able to spend their food dol-
lars wisely, the Jewish Flo-
ridian is running a series of
five articleseach of which ex-
plains a different phase of the
new ration program. This is
the second story in the series.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
!>90 S W. 17th Avenue. Miami
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKT, Rabbi
LEWIS GREEN. SEXTON
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.; Saturday 9:00 a. m. and
6:00 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky conducting in dual capaci-
ties as rabbi and cantor, Friday
evening and Saturday morning,
sermonizing: 'The Portion of the
Week." Shalosh S'oodoss. 5:45
p. m.
Adult classes: Daily Mishnais,
6-7 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Racko-
vsky, conducting.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
6S6 N. W. Fifth Ave., Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos; Saturday
8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
preaching.
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
is making rapid progress in its
special membership drive in com-
memoration of the 100th anni:
versary of the founding of B'nai
B"rith. The goal is 100 new mem-
bers and the 100th Anniversary
Committee is confident it will be
reached.
E. Albert Pallot, now a lieu-
tenant (jg) in the navy, is con-
tinuing his efforts in the member-
ship drive until his departure
from the city, and Harold Turk,
secretary of Sholem Lodge, is
co-chairman with him. They an-
nounce that 43 new members
have been obtained thus far by
the following:
Nat Roth ..... -13
Paul Sobel
Louis Gordon .................. 3
Joseph Socolof
R. R. Adler _
Harold Turk ...........
SHAARAY TETTLA
440 Eapanola Way. Miami Beach
Services: Daily and Saturday,
Jacob L. Andron speaking Satur-
day morning.
Adult classes: Sunday through
Thursday, 6:45 p. m.
TEMPLE_EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
Rform Synagogue Serving- Hollywood,
Ft. iAUderdale and Uroward County
BAMDBL, HAI.KVI KARON. Rabbi
Sabbath services Friday 8 p. m.
Reception by Sisterhood.
Religious School, Sunday at 10
a. m.
Sisterhood benefit social, open
to men and women, Monday, 8
p. Dl.
Sisterhood night, Fort Lauder-
dale Service Men's Center can-
teen, Wednesday 6 to 11 p. m.
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Special Attention to Bar Mitzvahs
Tne United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over His
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announ
tke
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
311 Lincoln Road
Albion Bide- Suite 309
MIAMI BEACH
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
Louis Heiman .......................
Nat Blumberg ........._......
Samuel Getzug ...................
Aaron Edelman ...................
Milton Friedman .............
William Friedman ......._....._ 1
Harold Blicher .....1
S. B. Miller ........._.........-..... 1
Al Pallot.................-------- 1
David Brown .... ......---------- 1
Morris Kronberg ................. 1
Isaac Levin ..................... 1
Isadore Cohen 1
Walter C. Kovner ____........ 1
Henry Bulbin _
Point rationing will be intro-
duced to the residents ot Dnde
County with a six-day registra-
tion period beginning Fib. 22,
during which they will get War
Ration Book Twoone for each
member of the household.
During this six-day period, all
retail stocks of ration",! goods
will be frozen to allow store-
keepers to get their stocks in
shape before the day point ration
shopping begins. In other words,
you will not be able to buy any
of the rationed foods during the
registration period, but you will
be able to buy other unrationed
foods.
The registration will work on
the same principle as an outo-
mobile assembly line. Every
step will be clearly defined.
1. Any adult member of the
family may register for all mem-
bers of the group. To enter the
registration center, he must 3how I
at the door a copy of War Ration I
Book One (sugar coffee) for each j
member of the group for whom j
he wishes to register.
2. Next he will fill out a form
for the declaration of the num-
btf of containers of the rationed
commercially canned goods at
home. Just one figure need be
giventhe total number of con-
tainers minus the allowance (five
eight-ounce containers per per-
son. Each separate kind of food
need not be reported. Home
preserved foods do not count.
3. Next he must report how
many pounds of coffee were on
hand Nov. 28, the date coffee ra-
tioning went into effectless one
pound for each adult. Stamps
for excess amounts will be torn
from the sugar-coffee ration
book.
4. At the distribution unit the
registrant will present the sugar-
coffee books and the declaration
form for canned goods, to a clerk
who will keep the form and tear
out of each War Ration Book ti
be issued the correct number of
point coupons to cover excess
stocks.
5. Both War Ration Books One
and Two will be passed to a re-
cording clerk, who will transfer
the identifying information from
book to the
6. A document clerk will assign
a serial number to each point ra-
tioning book and keep a record
of the serial number issued to
each book holder.
7. The final step will be the
validation of the book by a clerk,
who will stamp it and write in
the serial number, making it of-
ficially complete.
be
Next week: What must
done about declaring the stocks
of rationed foods on hand? What
foods are rationed? What foods
are exempt. Next week's story
will answer these questions.

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Martin J. Strelitz, Joseph Schwa-
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Bernard H. Pallant, William S.
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Morris Blum, Henry Steig, Sam-
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY
NAZIS TO DEPORT
ILL JEWS LOOM
1.11
London fWNSlAll remaining
Jews in Berlin, Bohemia and
Moravia will be deported, prob-
ably to Nazi- ccupied Poland, by
March 3!. according I a report
this week by the British Broad-
casting C n ""' which added
that the Jews j rted to Poland
are being executed at the rate
: 6 000 :. lay
Rev Nazi prop
extern inai I ish popula-
tion of I Eur the BBC
I "Hitlei rder
that aft c '' no
Bo-
hemia M ravia
The
"The '".
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J hts Moravia 1
rdei
r ratioi
Funeral Chapel
MM W. FLA6LIR ST.
: they are already forbidden to buy
1 unrationed food stuffs."
'In Vienna." the report said.
"the compulsory deportation of
Jews has been almost concluded.
Special Gestapo officers have
been withdrawn from Vienna to
i speed up the expulsion of Jews
i from Berlin and Holland. In Po-
; land mass executions of Jews
continue. In one area alone 6.000
Jews are being killed daily. Last
Friday. Dr. Ley (Nazi labor min-
ister) once more proclaimed: 'The
Jew has been chosenbut for
- ruction." "
London (WNS)More than
10.000 Jews, about half the total
Jewish population of Libya, have
been released fr m < I ntration
(ration camps, act rding to a re-
port received here this week
from Ca:r
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-.kwlstincrldton
PAGE SEVEN
Fine OF JEWISH
L FUNO-
PBOF. SCHIPIII
A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
By DR. M. A LIPKIND
Miami Beach, Fla.
(Editor's Note.) Series of
articles in the interest of dis-
seminating popular information
with respect to the history and
development of Zionism and its
ideals, prepared by Zionists of
this area, will appear from
time to time in the columns of
the Jewish Floridian. The first
of these, starting this week, is
an account of the life of Prof.
Herman Schapira, founder of
the Jewish National Fund.
(Keren Kayemeth).
Herman (Hirsch) Schapira was
born Aug. 16, 1840, at Erswilken,
a village near the German fron-
tier. His rather, Solomon, was
a Talmudic scholar, who passed
all his days in study, prayer and
good works. There were six chil-
dren in the family, and the task
of supporting them fell upon the
shoulders of the mother.
About two years after Scha-
pira's birth, the family moved
to the border town of Taurogen.
There the child was given the
traditional education of a Jewish
boy at that time. He soon won
fame as a wonder child. He com-
menced the study of the Talmud
at four, and at eight years there
was no longer anyone in town
who could act as his teacher.
Hirsch now applied himself to the
study of philosophy, ethics and
mathematics.
At 13 he began wandering to
Yeshivas in different towns. At
24 he was ordained rabbi, and
for two years he officiated as
rabbi and conducted a yeshiya.
A desire for secular education
took hold of him; he was urged
by his father to specialize in
mathematics. He went to Wilna,
the chief stronghold of the Has-
kalah movement (modernist en-
lightenment movement) among
the Jews of Lithuania. Here he
mastered Russian, history, and
geography. In 1867 he reached
Berlin and went to work in a
factory. In seven months he
Eassed examinations in German,
atin and other required sub-
jects, and was admitted to the
technical high school. He at-
tended this school for three years,
supporting himself by giving pri-
vate lessons in German. Then
his health broke down and he
returned to Russia. He went to
seek his fortune in Odessa, a cen-
ter of Hebrew scholars. He fell
sick on arrival and was confined
to a hospital for 10 months. After
recovery, on recommendation of
M. L. Lilienblum, a Hovav Zion
and Hebrew scholar, he got a po-
sition as a bookkeeper, where he
worked for three years. At the
Russo-Turkish war of 1876 he
went to Bucharest, chief base of
supplies for the Russian troops,
and became an army contractor.
In 1878, at the end of the war,
Schapira, with a few dollars
saved, aged 38 and married, went
to Heidelberg to resume his
studies. In a few weeks he pre-
pared himself for and passed the
college entrance examinations.
He matriculated at the Univer-
sity of Heidelberg, specializing in
mathematics. He received the
degree of Ph. D. in 1880. In 1881
he was appointed instructor at
his Alma Mater. Six years later.
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in 1887, Schapira was made Pro-
fessor of Mathematics at the Uni-
versity of Heidelberg, a fine
achievement for a Jew and a
foreigner in the Germany of Bis-
mark, Treitschke and Stacker.
Professors of his class (aus-
serodentliche Professoren) receive
no salary, but depend for their
livelihood on fees paid by stu-
dents who take courses under
them. As higher mathematics is
not a popular subject, Professor
Schapira turned to the trade of
watch making and eked out a
poor living by mending and mak-
ing clocks at home.
In 1882 he published a series
of Hebrew articles in the Hama-
litz (the leading Hebrew period-
ical of the day) advocating the
founding of a university in Pal-
estine to serve as a spiritual cen-
ter for the agricultural colonies
that were just beginning to be
established in the Holy Land,,
In 1883 he formed the Zion So-
ciety in Heidelberg for promot-
ing Hebrew culture and the Zion-
ist ideal.
At the same time he conceived
the idea of creating a Jewish
National Fund for the purpose
of purchasing land in Palestine
and holding it in perpetuity for
the Jewish people. The underly-
ing principle of this idea is the old
Mosiac doctrine which was later
produced by Henry George, and
other single taxers, that the soil
of a country should belong to the
whole people instead of to pri-
vate land owners.
At the historic conference of
the Hovevie Zion (lovers of
Zion) which met at Kattowitz
Nov. 6, 1884, he urged the for-
mation of a national fund. The
time was not auspicious. Before
the Jews could have a national
fund they had first to acquire a
national sense, as well as a na-
tional organization in which that
sense might crystalize itself.
Schapira proposed again, at the
First Zionist Congress in 1897.
the adoption of his proposal to
form a Jewish National Fund,
and it was unanimously adopted.
It was not, however, until the
Fifth Zionist Congress, in 1901.
that the Jewish National Fund
was definitely established. Pro-
fessor Schapira was already dead
three years, the usual fate of the
prophet and dreamer. His last
words were: "We must strive to
have faith; we shall triumph in
the end."
The Jewish National Fund,
from the time of its inception,
appealed to the imagination of
the Jewish people, especially to
the masses, and became the most
popular of all Zionist institutions.
What the J. N. F. has accom-
plished to date, and who was
its moving spirit is the story of
another man, Menahem Ussish-
kin, which will follow.
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX. Representative
Dr. Carl N. Herman, spiritual
leader of Beth Israel, left last
Saturday for Tallahassee where
he will serve as representative of
Welfare Board No. It) at a con-
ference with Gov. Spessard Hol-
land. The meeting is called for
the purpose of arranging the fi-
nancing of the State Welfare pro-
gram lor the corning year. Mem-
bers of the Legislature are in-
vited to attend in addition to the
board members.
Mrs. Al Moss was hostess to
the Beth El Sisterhood at a meet-
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ning.
The card party for the benefit
of the Beth El Sisterhood was
held Thursday evening with Mrs.
Ben Ryder and Mrs. Ann Wacks-
man as hostesses.
Beth Israel Sisterhood held
their weekly card party at
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1931 S. W 14th T. rrace. and!
Friday afternoon at 4 o'doa
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11th Terrace
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are eligible to atti i
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