The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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)LUME 17No. 5
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
|IS[ LARGE SUM
greater Miami Jewish Federa-
ls W1u raise approximately
bmiOO in its campaign this
V March 19-31, to meet the
-eds of the 40 agencies to which
lha's allocated funds, Federation
(, stated.
fee largest allocation of $75-
was designated for the United
iah Appeal, which includes
three large relief agencies,
C NKS. and UPA.
The United Jewish Appeal this
ar will launch a campaign of
D 000.000 to aid, rescue, and
.Construct the Jewish people.
ley will engage in the largest
tid-raising campaign ever enter-
mto by an American Jewish
ianization in behalf of overseas
|t, Palestine reconstruction
|d refugee assistance in the
^ltid States.
i)r. James G. Heller of Cincin-
|ti national chairman of the
fcited Palestine Appeal; William
Cenwald of Greenwich, Conn-
ie >rarv president of the Nation-
[Refugee Service and Dr. Jonah
1 Wise, of New York, vice chair-
n of the Joint Distribution
fcnumttee, were elected to serve
national chairmen of the 1944
tnpaign of the United Jewish
plal
frhe United Jewish Appeal for
^fugees, overseas needs and
kstine. which is the largest
*ish fund-raising body in the
aited States, provides the re-
tirees for the rescue programs
fried on by three major Am-
lean agenciesJoint Distribu-
}n Committee, United Pales-
Appeal and National Refu-
Service. Since 1939 the
lilted Jewish Appeal has raised
lire than $75,800,000 for their
pgrams of war relief and re-
ibihtation in overseas lands,
fugee settlement in and recon-
uction of the Jewish homeland
Palestine, and assistance for
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 4)
RABBI LANG IS TO BE
GUEST SPEAKER HERE
Rabbi Leon S. Lang of Phila-
delphia who is on an inspection
tour of the southeasterly region
for the committee on religious
activities of the army-navy com-
mittee of the Jewish Welfare
Board arrived here this week for
a short stay. He will contact
Jewish chaplains in this area as
well as address gatherings of
service men here. On Saturday
he will be the guest speaker at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Lang is past president of
the Rabbinical Assembly of Am-
erica and holds one of the largest
pulpits in the country, Beth El in
Philadelphia.
TO LECTURE HERE
T
Dr. Abraham A. Neuman. rab-
bi, editor, lecturer and educa.or
will speak here on Wednesday
evening. February 9, at 8:15 p. m.
at the Beth David synagogue, as
a feature presentation in the cul-
E
TART INDEX FILE
ITl i National Council of Jewish
I a has undertaken to assist
the establishment of an in-
vitational file whereby persons
" lived in the war torn sections
the world may be located af-
Ihe war.
|Pnif. Joseph Chamberlain has
(en asked by the government
irdinata the work and has
|1. l agencies in order to discuss
ins The idea is to set up a
rural index bureau for loca-
ls The purpose of the bureau
t" avoid duplication of work
the various interested
lencies.
Since the National Council of
r h Women has been invited
| | rticipate in this plan, the
[ section is asking that local
T nts discuss the problem of
P>' relatives and friends with
lem They will submit their
>' and the details regarding
leir former place of residence
d nationality to the central bu-
pu. Every effort will be made
locate these people. It is es-
Intial that this file be set up as
>n as possible so that when a
ftuntry is liberated the persons
rmerly residing there may be
jaeed without delay.
[A call to 3-6554 will arrange
appointment with the Miami
etion of the National Council
Jewish Women located at 513
ingress building, Miami.
TO
OPENING FEO. 4TH
New York (JTA)Emphasizing
that the General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, which opens
today in Pittsburgh, will be of
greater significance to Jewish life
"than at any previous time," the
headquarters of the Council an-
nounced that more than 600 prom-
inent Jewish community leaders
from all parts of the country will
participate in the assembly.
Attending the general assem-
bly as delegates of the Greaier
Miami Federation will be Stanley
C. Myers, honorary president, and
Benjamin B. Goldman, executive
director. .
A primary concern of the con-
clave will be the development of
programs by Jewish agencies to
meet welfare needs during war
and post-war periods, the an-
nouncement said. Jewish com-
munity organization will be the
subject of one session. A second
session will take up fund-raising
and budgeting problems. A third
session will deal with war prob-
lems and post-war planning for
private community agencies. Lo-
cal civic-protective programs will
be taken up at the fourth session.
The organization of a Federa-
tion of Bureaus of Jewish Edu-
cation and Kindred Agencies will
be one of the major questions to
be discussed at a luncheon session
arranged by the American Asso-
ciation for Jewish Education at
the General Assembly, according
to an announcement by Mark Eis-
ner, president of the association.
"The Federation of Bureaus of
Jewish Education is a plan which
has been under consideration for
some time," said Mr. Eisner, "and
it is hoped that at this session
this Federation will be launched.
HOUSE RESOLUTIONS!
PRESENTED AT CAPITOL
The Miami Beach Zionist dis-
trict learned that on Thursday,
January 27th, house resolutions.
No. 418 and No. 419 were submit-1
ted by Rep. James A. Wright of
Pennsylvania and Rep. Ranulf
Compton of Connecticut, the texts
of which are as follows:
Whereas, the 67th congress of
the United States on June 30,
1922, unanimously resolved, "that
the United States of America
favors the establishment in Pal-
estine of a national home for the
Jewish people, it being clearly
understood that nothing shall be
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 5j
DIDE WAR CHEST
OF GOAL REACHED
DR. A. A. NEUMAN
ADM. MUNROE GIVES
CITATION TO F. P. & L
Admiral W. R. Munroe. com-
mandant of the seventh naval
district, personally presented a
special citation for meritorious
wartime service to Florida Power
& Light company in a ceremony
held Tuesday afternoon. The
Hon. Leonard K. Thomson, mayor
of Miami, served as chairman of
the ceremony.
The citation was presented to
McGregor Smith, president of the
company, and representatives or
company employes.
The citation is a recognition of
the cooperation of the utility in
the navy's war effort in the sev-
enth naval district and is especial-
ly directed to the employes, who
made the company's record pos-
sible The promptness and effi-
ciency with which the company
made arrangements to serve
scores of wartime loads while
continuing to serve its civilian
customers brought about Admiral
Munroe's decision to make tne
award. ^^_^_
Are you aiding in the Dade
County War Chet Drive?
tural series sponsored by the Mi-
ami YM &. YWHA. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will be chairman of the
evening.
Taking as his subject "The
World Outlook from a Jewish
Point of View," Dr. Neuman will
discuss the post-war prospects for
the Jews in Europe, Palestine and
the United States. In the course
of his talk he will offer an ana-
lysis of the fundamental factors
in the world si:uation affecting
the fate and destiny of the Jew-
ish people.
Dr. Neuman's visit will be es-
pecially timely in view of the
current agitation for the repeal
of the White Paper closing the
1 doors of Palestine to further Jew-
ish immigration. His remarks on
this score should have added rele-
vance because of his profound
background of historical research.
The speaker is at present presi-
dent of Dropsie College for He-
brew and Cognate Learning, hav-
ing recently resigned his position
as rabbi of Congregation Mikveh
Israel, Philadelphia, in order to
devote full time to the college.
He was educated at Columbia
university and at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
where he received the H. L. D.
degree in 1914. From 1919 until
1927. when he began his pastorate
at Mikveh Israel, second oldest
congregation in the United States
he was rabbi of Congregation
Bnai Jeshurun, Philadelphia.
Dr. Neuman is editor of the
Jewish Quarterly Review and
vice chairman of the board of
overseers, Gratz College. Pa. He
is the author of several outstand-
ing works, including his latest, a
two-volume history of "The Jews
in Spain."
BNAI B'RITH LODGE TO
POSTPONE MEET DATE
The regular monthly meeting
of Sholom Lodge B'nai Bnth,
scheduled for the second Tues-
day of the month. February 8th
has been postponed because of
the black-out called by the de-
fense council. Members will be
informed of the new date.
MAYER H. FRANKEL OF
CENTER. IS EULOGIZED
A set of resolutions was pre-
sented to Mayer H. Frankel. im-
mediate past president of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
The resolution states the organi-
zation's appreciation of the tire-
less efforts given by Mr. Frankel.
now honorary president, on be-
half of the organization.
Monday's report for the War
Chest of Dade County totalling
$254,833, or 42.8% of the goal, is
most encouraging, states Oscar
E. Dooly, campaign chairman,
who warns in the same statement
that workers should realize that
this is the "big money" of the
campaign and the second half
must come in smaller amounts
with many, many more con.ribu-
tors. "However," says Dooly, "we
like to feel that this auspicious
first report meeting presages sub-
stantial public support of the War
Chest of Dade County in its ef-
fort to supply funds for 22 local
Community Chest agencies and
17 war relief appeals.'
To prove Dade Countians'
spending ability, A. L. Klemer,
general secretary of the Miami Y.
M C. A., points out some pertin-
ent facts. "Greater Miami is in
a whirlpool of prosperity, based
upon sound business. We have
more visitors than ever before,
and those visitors have more
money to spend than ever before,
which means good business for
Miami during the entire year.
Bank clearings in 1943 were $708,-
419.173, or two million dollars
over 1942. Dade County people
bought one hundred million dol-
lars worth of war bonds, and in
addition cash savings deposits l
are increased 14%. Department)
stores have doubled a normal |
year's business and added a 20%
coverage. Yes. Miami has the
money," says Klemer.
ZIMBALIST TO APPEAR
WITH U.M. ORCHESTRA
Efrem Zimbalist, a favorite
violinist of national renown, has
chosen the Brahms Concerto in
D Major to play with the Uni-
versity of Miami symphony or-
chestra at its fourth concert on
Sunday, Feb. 13. The rest of the |
program will compass Saint- j
Saens "March Heroique" and the \
concert overture, "In the South."
by Elgar.
BEACH YM&WHA WILL
PRESENT 2ND CONCERT
The second series of concerts
given by the YM & WHA of Mi-
ami Beach will be presented Sun-
day afternoon February 6. at
4 p. m. at the "Y."
Corporal Zachary Solov and
Private Harold Mertis will give a
joint dance and piano recital.
Corporal Solov was formerly a
soloist with the Littlefield ballet
company of Philadelphia. He
has toured this country and South
America extensively and has
been warmly received whenever
he appeared. Private Mertis has
appeared frequently in this area,
and is well known to Miami and
Miami Beach music lovers.
In his first group, Corporal
Solov will present three fantastic
dances by Shostakovich, and a
polka from the "Golden Age" by
(CONTINUED ON PAQE )
iSREPORTEOTO
BE GOING NICELY
Miami Beach banking institu-
tions and hotels report their
$20,000,000 bond drive well under
way.
Opening guns were fired in the
campaign by Roney Plaza, Sea
Isle, Versailles, Atlantis, Corona-
do, Wofford. Triton and Jeffer-
son hotels and other hotels are
aligning their bond sales forces
for immediate action.
Chairman of Miami Beach war
finance division. Max M. Ozer
and Co-Chairman Samuel T. Sa-
piro appeal to everyone at Mi-
ami Beach not only to subscribe
their limit in the purchase of
bonds, but aid by suggesting or
creating ways and means to speed
the war bond sales. Any one
having ideas, old or new, to pro-
mote sales please telephone Sam-
uel T. Sapiro. at 5-5256 or 5-3331.
He would be most grateful for
any assistance, he stated.
"Remember," said Mr. Sapiro,
"our money cannot buy back a
single life which has been lost
butit can help prevent further
lives being lost by speeding our
activities in preparation and bat-
tle. Put your idle dollars at
work to speed this war's end and
bring our men back home. "Idle
dollars at times as these can only
call their masters fools."
"Our obligation to support our
fighting men is clear: To sup-
port them by LENDING OUR
MONEY AT INTEREST surely is
the very least we can do. For
our own safety's sake, to guard
us against the dangers of living
under the influence of bestial
madmen, we should be willing to
throw our very last dollar into
j the fightwithout weighing the
interest, without the necessity for
solicitation, without parties and
! bonus gifts, or flattery from our
neighbors for having merely loan-
ed our idle dollarsto hasten
the return, whether maimed or
whole, of our boys from the
frightful battle zones.
IS
SET UP IN ORDER
BY THE PRESIDENT
Washington (JTA)Jewish
leaders hailed the executive order
issued by President Roosevelt
last week under which the presi-
dent set up a War Refugee Board
consisting of Secretary Stimson.
Secretary Hull and Secretary
Morgenthau, to take action for
the immediate rescue from the
Nazis of as many Jews and other
persecuted minorities of Europe
as possible.
The order was issued parallel
with a statement from the White
House emphasizing that "it was
urgent that action be taken at
once to forestall the plan of the
Nazis to exterminate all the Jews
and other persecuted minorities in
Europe. The president's order
said that the functions of the new
board "shall include, without lim-
itation, the development of plans
and programs and the inaugura-
tion of effective measures for (a)
the rescue, transportation, main-
tenance and relief of the victims
of enemy oppression, and (b) the
establishment of havens of tem-
porary refuge for such victims."
President Roosevelt also in-
structed the State Department to
appoint "special attaches with
diplomatic status" on the recom-
mendations of the board, and
that these shall be "stationed
abroad in places where it is like-
ly that assistance can be rendered
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IFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1944
Jewlsti Heridttan
PAGE THREE
THIS IS THE YEA
UI&AU /HttT17* TOGETHER, /
THE WAR NONE OF US WANTED IS
THE WAR ALL OF US HAVE TO WIN
SHOLEM LODGE B'NAI B'RITH
WILL GO OVER THE TOP IN THE
FOURTH WAR LOAN DRIVE
MM BACK THE ATTACK!
BUY THAT EXTRA BOND TODAY!
EVERY INDIVIDUAL IS PERMITTED TO BUY UP TO $5,000.00
EACH YEAR IN SERIES "E" BONDS
WE BOUGHT EXTRA WAR BONDS
BUY BONDS NOW!
B'NAI B'RITH BOND BOOTHS ARE LOCATED AT
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN., 45 N. E. FIRST AVENUE, MIAMI
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK. 420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
B'NAI B'RITH OFFICE. 330 SEYBOLD BUILDING
TELEPHONE 3-6 306
WAR LOAN
This Advertisement is Made Possible by the Co-Operation of the Following Progressive Leaders of Our Community:
Royal Castle System
W. D. (Bill) Singer
Luby Chevrolet Company
1055 W. Flagler Street
Steven's Market
2201 N. W. 62nd Street
East Coast Fisheries
360 W. Flagler Street
Rauxin Insurance Agency
128 N. E. First Avenue, Miami
Jean's Candy Shoppe
212 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
McGinty's Singing Bar
235 N. E. First Street. Miami
Butler-Wilson Company
1336 N. E. First Avenue, Miami
Adelman Pipe & Steel Company
47 N. E. 25th Street, Miami
Max's Delicatessen & Restaurant
1131 W. Flagler Street, Miami
August Bros. Bakery
361 S. W. 8th Street, Miami
Cameo Pharmacy
1443 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
M. H. Frankel
Miami Beach
Halpert's Credit Jewelers
140 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
Rivermont Park Sanitarium
1389 N. W. 7th Street. Miami
Victory Baking Company
463 W. Flagler Street, Miami
Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant
170 N. W. 5th Street, Miami
Miami Bottled Gas Co.
1701 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami
David Nossek Jewelry Co.
251 E. Flagler Street, Miami
Rubinstein's Ladies Ready-to-Wear
1026 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach


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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1944
HOUSE RESOLUTIONS
PRESENTED AT CAPITOL
(CONTINUED rWQM PAOB 1)
done which may prejudice the
civil and religious rights of
Christian and all other non-Jew-
iBh communities in Palestine,
and that the holy places and re-
ligious buildings and sites in
Palestine shall be adequately
protected," and
Whereas, the ruthless persecu-
tion of the Jewish people in Eur-
ope has clearly demonstrated the
need for a Jewish homeland as
a haven for the large numbers
who have become homeless as a
result of this persecution,
Therefore be it resolved
By the house of representatives
of the United States of America
that the United States shall use
its good offices and take appro-
priate measures to the end that
the doors of Palestine shall be
opined for free entry of Jews in-
to that country, and that there
shall be full opportunity for
mzation, so that the Jewish
pie may ultimately reconsti-
tute Palestine as a free and demo-
unt ic Jewish commonwealth.
Supporting this action was a
statement by majority leader,
John W. McCormack and the mi-
nority leader, Joseph W. Martin,
jr. both of whom voiced their
OBITUARY
SAMUEL A. SILVERMAH
Rabbi Samuel Aaron Silver-
man, 81, who came to Miami
Beach five years ago, died last
W. dncsday in a Miami hospital.
I!, was survived by five daugh-
ters and a son, none of whom
reside in the Miami area. Fu-
neral services were conducted at
Riverside Memorial chapel, with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiating. In-
terment was in Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery. He was an honorary mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. He resided in Palestine
until 1932 and in Asbury Park
until 1939, when he came here.
He leaves a sister, Mrs. K. Luna,
who resides on Miami Beach.
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hearty approval of the resolutions,
being as they are, a reaffirmation
of earlier action taken by both
houses of the 67th congress of the
United States on June 30, 1922.
The local district immediately
sent telegrams expressing the
gratitude of the district to Con-
gressmen Wright, Compton, Mc-
Cormack and Martin. Shepard
Broad, president of the district,
is desirous of having all other
Jewish organizations in this com-
munity send messages of appre-
ciation and approval to these
congressmen in order to further
their support and urge the neces-
sary follow-through steps that
the action considered in the
resolutions may be put into ef-
fect before the provisions of the
White Paper are validated.
BEACH YM&WHA WW-
PRESENT 2ND CONCERT
(CONTINUED FROM PA 1>
the same composer. His second
group will consist of folk dances
of the Soviet Union. In his
final group, Corporal Solov will
present Pavane by Morton Gould
and an original creation "Calis-
thenics," a caricature of the army
air force physical training pro-
gram. This dance is set to music
by Irving Berlin. To conclude
his program, Corporal Solov will
perform his famous "Parade of
the Wooden Soldier."
. Private Mertis will open his
portion of the concert with three
Chopin numbers: Ballade in G
Minor, Etude in E Major, and
Pdlbhaise'ih A Flat. His conclud-
ing group will include: Etude in
D Flat, Etude in F Minor by Liszt
and La Campanella by Paganini-
Liszt.
This concert has been prepared
for the membership of the YM &
WHA of Miami Beach and is of-
fered to them free.
Buy War Savings Bonds.
MUSA ISLE
INDIAN VILLAGE
1700 N. W. 25th Avenue
Alligator Wrestling. Alligator
Farm, Museum, Wishing
Well, Curio Shop
Take Bui No. 15 or Yacht
Seminole Quean
MOOSE NAME CLASS IN
HONOR OF O'CONNOR
Signal honor was paid Paul
J. O Connor, former internal rev-
enue tax collector here, by the
Miami lodge, Loyal Order of
Moose, this week when a group
of 65 initiates was accepted into
the organization in a class named
for him.
O'Connor, a candidate for Dade
county sheriff, spoke briefly to
the membership on the duties
of citizenship, stressing the obli-
gation of all good citizens to ex-
ercise their right of suffrage.
For VictoryBuy and keep on
buying bonds!
THE UNITED STATES NAVY COMPLIMENTS
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT GO. EMPLOYES
The NAVY says "A job
well done" to us!
i
WE say,Thanksro you, our customers
and employes!**
Of course we're proud to receive the
gnccial citation of merit from the Com-
inandant of the Seventh Naval District
of the United States Navy for 'perform-
ance of duty in the electrical utility
field beyond normal responsibility.
And we're glad, too, the credit goes
where H fa duet to our employe^for
then- hard and mirtirul"g toil and to
our customer* for their complete co-
operation.
These efforts end this cooperation
made it possible to conserve fuel, man-
power, transportation and materials
vital to the prosecution of the war
even in advance of the National Con-
servation Program.
Then, too, H was possible to change the
company from one primarily serving a
great national resort playground to one
which not only kept step with the sud-
den and vast expansion program of the
VS. Navy but actually was always ready
with sufficient electric service when-
ever and wherever the Navy wanted it.
With your help, that has been accom-
plished. Together with you we share
the honor of receiving this special
citation of merit from the Navy,

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PAGE SIX
t SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
WEDDINGS
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lawn of B"nai|
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i home after visiting witl
in
the
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member of P. Lai ,fl .. ,. ~ "
courses and has
William Kesselman, Hill'
rector, gave away the groom
Mrs Kesselman, the bride.
Phyllis Schulman, well-known
! sang- ii n t
Following the ceremony a
lation held a reci ption km
guests.
MIAMI BLACKOUT TEST
PLANNED FOR FEB. 8TH
ceptanc'e to the T
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f the militai
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following ai
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SHUTTS IS CHAIRMAN
OF HOSPITAL BOARD
Frank H Shu Mia
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RED CROSS CHAIRMAN
IS GORDON ANDERSON
portant
the
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B uirge city True, mc Jcw-
ish community has grown con-
siderably in the past decade or
s(, but we as individuals have
shrivelled and lost contact with
our friends and fellow Jews in
i arrying out this precept
In visiting the hospitals and
homes whenever time is avail-
able, I hear the constant recurring
complaint, "1 belong to Beth Da-
ir this organization and yet
I have been ill f<>r months and
years, but no one has shown the
coui tesy of a visit."
I l>t lieve this is one of the
shameful situations in our
,'. the fact, "Would
thai I had tim." hut find suffi-
cient time for social visits and
n-essential waste of en-
: time, hut the excuse is
I,, i m place "Social Mind-
on a high plane and
ntal relief to those who
illy in need
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4 i|
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice U hereby a-ivm ikTI""
derailed. d.iri,1K T .',*'*>
nea* -under the fi, uil-m. Jn b*
JODONRJE IMPORT k vx,*'>t\
at 37 North Weat |* ^.:\'RTC0
Florida. Intend* to i-lm-',. r^;^
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TO,WHOM IT MAY CONCSStti
Notice In herein riven th ,
deralgned. pursuant t,, tnH J?*|
Name Statute.- Houne nlM 0n'**
Chapter No. 209:,3. |.,V ,,/2, "M
l41. will reajlMei ,, the rT^I
the circuit court. ln a," g"M|
County, riorlda. upon -.., .,,7. *>+]
of publication of 1 ,. f. W*t\
tltloua name, to a !$ .*?*
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Attorney f..t Annll
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IN TMK CIKCI-IT '-''l-TiT-;^^:
MTU JUDICIAL 1 'TIT 2
FLORIDA, i\ \n tor iu3
COUNTY IN 'II l.N I- lAL*
WHEN NERVOUS HEADACHES
PESTER ME
I FIND THAT MILES NERVINE
HELPS NERVOUS TENSION
TO RELAX .
AND LEAVES ME
CALM,SERENE *
: 1944 of the Dadi
Dr J. 1
is .siting in Miai
'
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Solomon
with their daughters. Ronnie Lee
and Judith Lynn, ai nding
a two months vacation here. On
the 8th ol nexl miT.tr. they will
return to their home in Paterson.
N. J. Mrs. Solomon is the for-
mer Svlvia Farr.
The unveiling ol a monun
y of 1
Raxin ''. 1 Id Sundi
noon, Fi ruarj 81 lock,
in the Jewish si ction "-. W
lawn cemetery, with R
Moses Meschelofl official
Gordon Monument will
charge of arrangements. All
friends are asked to attend.
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who
was appointed at a meeting ol "
I at ': '
. ning center, i4T N E
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Harris, chairman for the
two j Otl ted by the
ide Hei ry (i Shaw. H.
H. Hyi md Charli A M .
Mrs Kdi.
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Hill, treason i md Chai lea F
Helmly, Mrs M F Wittichen an I
ry E. M ingi Is, executive
NAME 4 LIBERTY SHIPS
FOR JEWISH LEADERS
>:>:
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of a
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MORTGAGE
LOW RATES
EASY PAYMENTS
. LONG TIME TO PAY
. PROMPT SERVICE
. A HOME INSTITUTION
Deal With Your
LOCAL. FRIENDLY
INSTITUTION
RESOURCES OVtK $7,950,000
, llMIEFEIIEItAL
JOSBPV U. UPTOW. PRSS1PENT
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aftei Ji .' labor
lead' i wen launched I th<
U lehem Fairfield
thl .'.
Lributions l
Internati
menl W irkers Ui
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
/TvJGUST BROS Rv?
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Disturbances such as Sleep<
leasness. Crankiness, Excitability,
Keatlessneaa or Nervous Headache
interfere with your work or spoil
your good times, take
Dr. Miles Nervine
(Liquid or Effervescent Tablets)
Nervous Tension can make von
Wakeful, Jittery, Irritable. Ner-
vous Tension can cause Nervous
Headache and Nervous Indiges-
tion. In times like these, we are
more likely than usual to become
overwrought and nervous and t*>
wish for a good sedative. Dr.
Miles Nervine is a good sedative
mild but effective.
If you do not use Dr. Miles
Nervine you can't know what it
will do for you. It comes Id
Liquid and Effervescent Tablet
form, both equally soothing to
tense and over-wrought nerves.
WHY DONT YOU TRY ITT
'Get it at your drug store.
Effervescent UbleU 35* and 7S,
Liquid 25* and $1.00. Read direc-
tions and use only as directed.
GftEATtt
MIAMI'S
MOST
CONVENCNTLY
LOCATED
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EXCEPT
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County Tax Certlfirn:- No >*
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to be laaued thereon Sal* Ori
atr embrarea the following "^Jljl
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of Florida. t,.-wlt
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ll^Uhta. a Bah, Plal BoekR
l"ae 10. In thr I |
State of Florida. __
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under the aald eertlflrate mb"
i name of I'nknown (
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deemed aocortflng to Ij "" pr,T
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th day Of Mar.h. 1*41
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Clerk of Cli
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By S
(Cireuil Court Baal)
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NOTICE UNDE T TlOUl
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY i UNCB^gJ
Notice i hereby glvei "lvt '^'nei
dprliied. puru:uit to
Name St.nute. H Mth
Chaptei No :>'.3. 'v \ 'f nZT*\
l41. m regl.ter with the i
the Circuit Court, ;, W
County. Fl..:l.la. upon r.-y.- \Lftt.\
of publication of thl" n- ..', 5?rjf
tltloua naiii". t,!-lt: _',%
I.CNCH. under Which *.' nulf
lasted in buameae t '' u"" n*+.\
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ADAM RA'.nN' t7
IDA RABINI wrri
rEUi KRON18H
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Attorney for AppHcanta
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tIDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1944
IITH LOCAL BOYS
vJwisti FtcrMton
PAGE SEVEN
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami JewUh Federation
\Jt The Jewish Welfare* Rnrtrr" Wlr> II. Vun Rm/I nf Cix,r Man in ftarvir*
j|Aioa uj uiouioi I'uuau jwuu iiuhuuuu
Help Ut Keep e Record of Our Man in Service
m *
Ja former University of Miami
Kident, Pvt. Herbert Glaseroff.
9 who is reported missing in
1 action in Italy,
i had completed
three y e a r s'
work on his
English major
when he enter-
ed the service.
An honor stu-
dent, he had as-
pirations to be-
. come a college
I professor, but
J shelved that
JTTpor'arily. He entered the ser-
I,,, last March; was head of a
L>w of gunners with an infantry
|nit when he was reported miss-
is.
i His parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Jaron Glazeroff, 340 S. W. Sixth
Iv.nue, said the government ad-
|i.-rd them Pvt. Glazeroff had
ken unreported since Dec. 3. He
fas very active in the Beth Da-
hd junior congregation and serv-
a.s Bci Koreah and Bal Takeah.
Herbert Ellis, son of Mrs. Han-
kh Ellis, 980 West 48th street,
he recently been promoted to
Jnvate 1st class. He is stationed
|t Camp Stewart, Ga., with the
-iti-aircraft division.
SERVICE
r\ r\ r\ r\
PARADE!
DNALLTHEFROMTS
Pvt. Marvin Segal of Cleve-
land, Ohio, lost his life in the Af-
rican fighting. Segal had been in
the army since March 6, 1941.
41_Pt*: Jack ^rin. a member of
the United States marine corps,
left Saturday after visiting with
his wife and children who are re-
siding at 1530 S. W. 15th Ter-
race.
Pfc. Jack Glastberg, of 937 Jef-
ferson avenue, Miami Beach, of
the ATC, has been promoted to
corporal at the Caribbean wing,
which has headquarters at the
Floridian hotel, Miami Beach.
Sgt Norman Vogel. 22, whose
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Vo-
gel live at 2498 S. W. 15th street,
is a veteran of eight bombing
raids on Japanese bases as tail-
gunner on one of the Seventh
air force's big Liberator bomb-
ers. ---------
From Miami Beach in the army
dental corps and a recent gradu-
ate from the medical field ser-
vice school at Carlisle Barracks,
Pa., is lit Lt. Alvin F. Gardner,
1443 Collins avenue, Miami
Beach.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MR8. QEOROE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIQ. Vice-Chairman
J08EPH A. BERMAN, Sac.
Executive Committee
Mra. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Ooldman,
Maurice Qroaaman, Louis Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alex-
ander F. Miller, at Roth, Fred
Shoehet. Milton Sirkin, Joseph
Stein. Mra. Herman Wallach, Carl
Weinkle. George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
Capt. Leonard Kaplan, U. S.
N., 42, of Baltimore. Md., a naval
engineer, has been decorated with
the Legion of M^rit for achiev-
ing "outstanding feats of salvage
and repair" at the naval operat-
ing base at Iceland last year.
Captain Kaplan, who has been in
the naval service 20 years, was in
charge of the construction of the
USS North Carolina two years
ago. He has been on station duty
at several posts in the United
States as well as in the Philip-
pines, where he spent three years.
Having completed an 18-week
)urse for officer candidates at
le quartermaster school at Camp
ce, Va.. Parry Cohen, of 1437
ieridian avenue, Miami Beach,
iras commissioned a second lieu-
inant.
Irwin Lieberwits. 142 N. W.
South River drive, has been pro-
moted to corporal in the European
theater of operations, his com-
manding officer announced.
Cpl. Fred Lerey, 25, of the
Bronx, an infantryman in ser-
vice seven months, was killed in
action in the North African area.
Fred's father was in the navy
during the first world war.
Oscar Rappaport, son of Mrs.
lax Rappaport, has finished his
basic training which he took at
Tt. Sill, Okla., and has completed
lin additional four months train-
ir at Stillwater A. & M. in gen-
eral military instruction. He is
Sow being transferred to Atlanta
Southern Dental college in At-
lanta, Ga., where he is attached
|o the dental corps. He will com-
lete the studies there and receive
tiis DDS degree under govern-
faent training.
Pfc. Eugene Somberg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Somberg,
of Miami, is visiting his parents
on a 30 day furlough. A gradu-
ate of Miami senior high school,
the young soldier is stationed at
Fort Bliss, Tex.
Pfc. David Eiiman, 24, of Balti-
more, Md., a member of the army
air corps, lost his life in the
North African fighting. Prior to
entering the service, he was a
shipping clerk.
Residents of the Miami area
just graduated from the of-
ficer candidate school, Miami
Beach, and receiving their com-
missions as second lieutenants in
the army air forces are Harold R.
Roth. 4371 S. W. First street, and
Lt. Herman Goldberg, 1011 Lang-
ford building.
Pfc. Martin Scheffler, 24. of
New York City, an army engin-
eer, was killed in action in the
Southwest Pacific. Joining the
service three years ago, he was
first stationed at Schofield bar-
racks, then in the Solomons, and
later was sent to an unnamed
area in the South Pacific. He
was engaged in the radio equip-
ment business in civilian life and
was a graduate of Seward Park
high school.
Capt. Edwin L. Gluck. 25. of
Pittsburgh, pilot of a Liberator
bomber, is the recipient of eight
decorations. He holds the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal, and six Oak Leaf Clusters,
and has taken part in aerial as-
saults on Rome, Neustadt, Taran-
to, and the historic bombardment
of the Ploesti oil fields. Volun-
teering for a particularly hazard-
ous mission against enemy instal-
lations in the European area last
March, Captain Gluck was cited
by his commanding general when
he successfully carried out his
assignment. Joining the Air Force
10 days after Pearl Harbor,
Gluck qualified as a pilot and
was dispatched overseas for
bombing duty. A graduate of the
Northern Illinois College of Op-
tometry, Captain Gluck was an
optometrist and a merchant in
civilian life. Five of his uncles
served in world war I.
S/Sgt. Harry Brown, 21, of the
Bronx, with 50 combat missions
in the Mediterranean area to his
credit, holds the Air Medal and
12 Oak Leaf Clusters. Now at
AAF redistribution station No. 1
in Atlantic City, Sergeant Brown
was a Flying Fortress ball turret
gunner, serving aboard the
"Sweater Girl." On a raid over
Sicily, his craft was one of a
formation of 19 Forts jumped by
more than 100 nazi fighters. Ser-
geant Brown got one and alto-
gether the American planes de-
stroyed 38 definitely and scored
14 more "probables." Three
Fortresses went down.
Corp. Sam Hirsch. 25, of Phila-
delphia, has been awarded the
Silver Star for gallantry in ac-
tion on Guadalcanal during the
battle of Lunga area. Despite
heavy enemy fire, Corporal
Hirsch carried ammunition to the
front lines, contributing to the
success of the American effort.
Corporal Hirsch is now back in
the United States, recuperating
from malaria.
First Lieut. Bert W. Marks,
kon of Mrs. Marris Marks. 1619
It fftrson avenue, Miami Beach,
ias been promoted to captain.
'aptain Marks is on duty with
medical battalion of the Fifth
limy in Italy.
Word has been received here of
Ltie promotion of Bentley H.
Inobel. 2900 Sheridan avenue,
Miami Beach, to captain at Hill
field. Utah, where he is second in
Command of the 982nd air base
fquadron. He is the son of Mr.
ind Mrs. Murray Knobel, Miami
"ioach. and previously was sta-
tioned at Kelly field, Tex.
Col. Joe R. Sherr. 44, an army
career man, lost his life last
month in the crash of a military
transport plane at Calcutta, In-
dia. Accredited to the American
embassy in Tokyo for four years
ending in 1935, Colonel Sherr
was attached for some time to the
staff of General MacArthur as an
expert on Japan and its language.
When MacArthur made his escape
to Australia, Colonel Sherr was
one of the chosen few to accom-
pany him. A graduate of the
University of Wisconsin in 1921,
he entered army service right af-
ter graduation and was on con-
tinuous duty for the 22 years that
have elapsed since then.
Major Arthur Berwald. 28. i
Dallas, Texas, an amphibian force
officer, was killed in action on
Kiska island. He was an atttor-
ney in civilian life and a graduate
of the University of Texas, where
he was a member of the Phi
Sigma Delta fraternity. He be-
longed to Temple Emanu-El.
T/Sgt. Harry Goldstein, 27, of
the Bronx, has been awarded the
Distinguished Flying Cross, the
Air Medal, and three Oak Clust-
ers. An aerial engineer and tur-
ret gunner, Sergeant Goldstein
has accounted for several nazi
craft. Sergeant Goldstein's ac-
cumulated decorations were pre-
sented to his father recently at a
Brith Abraham lodge ceremony
in New York. ,
Capt. Harold P. Sortman. 33. a
Wilmington, Del., doctor, has
hailed for his "noble and unself-
ish action" during the Sicilian
campaign and awarded a Silver
Star. In the fighting around
Lupo, Captain Sortman left a
sheltered position and, under in-
tense shelling, entered the dan-
ger area. He got to work admin-
istering aid to the wounded and
supervising their evacuation to
the rear. His citation credits him
with reducing suffering and sav-
ing the lives of a number of men.
fee/? tJtoAn i*i C/ctha
MEDICINE CABINET
Pfc. Abe D. Gordon. 25, of
Williamsport, Pa., a radio opera-
tor with the infantry forces, has
been awarded the Silver Star for
gallantry during the North Afri-
can campaign. One of three
brothers in service. Private Gor-
don has been in the army since
April 1942.
Lt. Adolph W. Kutner, 34. of
New York City, is another Jewish
serviceman who gave his life in
the African war theater. He had
been in service since February,
1941. Lt. Kutner was a former
member of the New York com-
modity exchange, and was active
in boy scout affairs. He is sur-
vived by a brother, Lt. Newton
Kutner, now in the quartermas-
ter corps; a sister, Mrs. J. Horace
Block, of 49 East 86 street. New
York City; and a hrothcr-in-law
Capt. J. Horace Block, who serv-
ed in the first world war.
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Boatswain's Mate Lawrence
Siegel. 24, of Buffalo, N. Y.. has
been officially commended by
the navy "for outstanding cour-
age" displayed while engaged in
an especially perilous task in the
Southwest Pacific, for which he
had volunteered. The letter of
commendation, forwarded to his
mother, Mrs. Gertrude Siegel of
245 Monroe street, stresses Law-
rence's "zeal and devotion to
duty" and adds that contributions
such as his "will greatly aid in re-
turning your mates to their home-
land with an early victorious
peace,"
Pvt. Jack Cohen, 28, of Brook-
lyn, attached to an engineer's
unit' in Bermuda, died there of
illness last month. Private Cohen
was employed as an accountant
with the U. S. engineering depart-
ment prior to his induction into
the army five months ago.
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,1 this week so 1 would iise
Ke this opportunity to ram-
iwhile about things and peo-
Bn.ther Lou H ^
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nc his merger with
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time in ux years. Con-
Lou and also Stanley.
I ,,; luck to you both.
I saw Leo Eisenstein
e and have
that Leo personally
I $120 000 worth of bonds dur-
nd drive. This ac-
cent should not be
and Leo deserves a
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iblicity chairman of
......ry The first
.: rmation she brings to
n M nday. February
ngo and card
r.eld at the Wofford
Beach $1 admis-
partuipation in
Mesdamea Gary
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iffair. All the
itten I aa this
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iaxillary of-
at it will be a '
ind assun the ladies that
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department
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nds but have not
in Series "E."
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rapidly approaenmg and if we are
objective, oxtraordl-
LSt be exerted A
I business houses in Miami j
could help tremendously by sub- .
scribing their bond purchases i
through the lodge at the u
Beach or through the DafciS
eral Savings & Loan at Vtl*
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done proportionately bettir S*
other organizations m thl ?
munity but thus ls exl*+
Sholem lodge and I dTS?*
munity but this
Sholem lodge an_
why we cannot again top
000. Let's all diip m'T*
that we do! Mrs Sol gSLSA
and Mrs. Dorothy BnreSSft
to be commended for the hS!
work they are continuing |J1
on the Beach in thi.- dnve
We were deeply grieved at fc
recent death of our Broth*.
Alex Joseph and Charles Ab2
and our deepest sympathy isV?
tended to their families.
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continuing so lets build up 1
group so that we can have i
mammoth initiation in yjj-k
Milton Friedman informs me that
next week defnite dates S
places will be announced fortb
installation banqu.: and init
tion class. Do not miss eitherok
of these events.
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tIDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1944 IITH LOCAL BOYS vJwisti FtcrMton PAGE SEVEN GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami JewUh Federation \Jt The Jewish Welfare* Rnrtrr" Wlr> II. Vun %  RM/I n f Cix,r Man in ftarvir* j|Aioa uj UIOUIOI I'uuau jwuu IIUHUUUU Help Ut Keep e Record of Our Man in Service m JA former University of Miami Kident, Pvt. Herbert Glaseroff. 9 who is reported missing in 1 action in Italy, i had completed three y e a r s' work on his English major when he entered the service. An honor student, he had aspirations to be. come a college I professor, but J shelved that JTTpor'arily. He entered the serI,,, last March; was head of a L>w of gunners with an infantry |nit when he was reported missis. i His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jaron Glazeroff, 340 S. W. Sixth Iv.nue, said the government ad|i.-rd them Pvt. Glazeroff had ken unreported since Dec. 3. He fas very active in the Beth Dahd junior congregation and serva.s Bci Koreah and Bal Takeah. Herbert Ellis, son of Mrs. Hankh Ellis, 980 West 48th street, he recently been promoted to Jnvate 1st class. He is stationed |t Camp Stewart, Ga., with the -iti-aircraft division. SERVICE r\ r\ r\ r\ PARADE! DNALLTHEFROMTS Pvt. Marvin Segal of Cleveland, Ohio, lost his life in the African fighting. Segal had been in the army since March 6, 1941. 41 PT *: Jack ^rin. a member of the United States marine corps, left Saturday after visiting with his wife and children who are residing at 1530 S. W. 15th Terrace. Pfc. Jack Glastberg, of 937 Jefferson avenue, Miami Beach, of the ATC, has been promoted to corporal at the Caribbean wing, which has headquarters at the Floridian hotel, Miami Beach. Sgt Norman Vogel. 22, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Vogel live at 2498 S. W. 15th street, is a veteran of eight bombing raids on Japanese bases as tailgunner on one of the Seventh air force's big Liberator bombers. From Miami Beach in the army dental corps and a recent graduate from the medical field service school at Carlisle Barracks, Pa., is lit Lt. Alvin F. Gardner, 1443 Collins avenue, Miami Beach. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MR8. QEOROE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIQ. Vice-Chairman J08EPH A BER MAN, Sac. Executive Committee Mra. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Ooldman, Maurice Qroaaman, Louis Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alexander F. Miller, at Roth, Fred Shoehet. Milton Sirkin, Joseph Stein. Mra. Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle. George Wolpert, Harry Zukernick. %  Capt. Leonard Kaplan, U. S. N., 42, of Baltimore. Md., a naval engineer, has been decorated with the Legion of M^rit for achieving "outstanding feats of salvage and repair" at the naval operating base at Iceland last year. Captain Kaplan, who has been in the naval service 20 years, was in charge of the construction of the USS North Carolina two years ago. He has been on station duty at several posts in the United States as well as in the Philippines, where he spent three years. Having completed an 18-week )urse for officer candidates at le quartermaster school at Camp ce, Va.. Parry Cohen, of 1437 ieridian avenue, Miami Beach, iras commissioned a second lieuinant. Irwin Lieberwits. 142 N. W. South River drive, has been promoted to corporal in the European theater of operations, his commanding officer announced. Cpl. Fred Lerey, 25, of the Bronx, an infantryman in service seven months, was killed in action in the North African area. Fred's father was in the navy during the first world war. Oscar Rappaport, son of Mrs. lax Rappaport, has finished his basic training which he took at Tt. Sill, Okla., and has completed lin additional four months trainIR at Stillwater A. & M. in general military instruction. He is Sow being transferred to Atlanta Southern Dental college in Atlanta, Ga., where he is attached |o the dental corps. He will comlete the studies there and receive tiis DDS degree under governfaent training. Pfc. Eugene Somberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Somberg, of Miami, is visiting his parents on a 30 day furlough. A graduate of Miami senior high school, the young soldier is stationed at Fort Bliss, Tex. Pfc. David Eiiman, 24, of Baltimore, Md., a member of the army air corps, lost his life in the North African fighting. Prior to entering the service, he was a shipping clerk. Residents of the Miami area just graduated from the officer candidate school, Miami Beach, and receiving their commissions as second lieutenants in the army air forces are Harold R. Roth. 4371 S. W. First street, and Lt. Herman Goldberg, 1011 Langford building. Pfc. Martin Scheffler, 24. of New York City, an army engineer, was killed in action in the Southwest Pacific. Joining the service three years ago, he was first stationed at Schofield barracks, then in the Solomons, and later was sent to an unnamed area in the South Pacific. He was engaged in the radio equipment business in civilian life and was a graduate of Seward Park high school. Capt. Edwin L. Gluck. 25. of Pittsburgh, pilot of a Liberator bomber, is the recipient of eight decorations. He holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and six Oak Leaf Clusters, and has taken part in aerial assaults on Rome, Neustadt, Taranto, and the historic bombardment of the Ploesti oil fields. Volunteering for a particularly hazardous mission against enemy installations in the European area last March, Captain Gluck was cited by his commanding general when he successfully carried out his assignment. Joining the Air Force 10 days after Pearl Harbor, Gluck qualified as a pilot and was dispatched overseas for bombing duty. A graduate of the Northern Illinois College of Optometry, Captain Gluck was an optometrist and a merchant in civilian life. Five of his uncles served in world war I. S/Sgt. Harry Brown, 21, of the Bronx, with 50 combat missions in the Mediterranean area to his credit, holds the Air Medal and 12 Oak Leaf Clusters. Now at AAF redistribution station No. 1 in Atlantic City, Sergeant Brown was a Flying Fortress ball turret gunner, serving aboard the "Sweater Girl." On a raid over Sicily, his craft was one of a formation of 19 Forts jumped by more than 100 nazi fighters. Sergeant Brown got one and altogether the American planes destroyed 38 definitely and scored 14 more "probables." Three Fortresses went down. Corp. Sam Hirsch. 25, of Philadelphia, has been awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action on Guadalcanal during the battle of Lunga area. Despite heavy enemy fire, Corporal Hirsch carried ammunition to the front lines, contributing to the success of the American effort. Corporal Hirsch is now back in the United States, recuperating from malaria. First Lieut. Bert W. Marks, kon of Mrs. Marris Marks. 1619 It fftrson avenue, Miami Beach, ias been promoted to captain. 'aptain Marks is on duty with medical battalion of the Fifth limy in Italy. Word has been received here of Ltie promotion of Bentley H. Inobel. 2900 Sheridan avenue, Miami Beach, to captain at Hill field. Utah, where he is second in Command of the 982nd air base fquadron. He is the son of Mr. ind Mrs. Murray Knobel, Miami "ioach. and previously was stationed at Kelly field, Tex. Col. Joe R. Sherr. 44, an army career man, lost his life last month in the crash of a military transport plane at Calcutta, India. Accredited to the American embassy in Tokyo for four years ending in 1935, Colonel Sherr was attached for some time to the staff of General MacArthur as an expert on Japan and its language. When MacArthur made his escape to Australia, Colonel Sherr was one of the chosen few to accompany him. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin in 1921, he entered army service right after graduation and was on continuous duty for the 22 years that have elapsed since then. Major Arthur Berwald. 28. i Dallas, Texas, an amphibian force officer, was killed in action on Kiska island. He was an atttorney in civilian life and a graduate of the University of Texas, where he was a member of the Phi Sigma Delta fraternity. He belonged to Temple Emanu-El. T/Sgt. Harry Goldstein, 27, of the Bronx, has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and three Oak Clusters. An aerial engineer and turret gunner, Sergeant Goldstein has accounted for several nazi craft. Sergeant Goldstein's accumulated decorations were presented to his father recently at a Brith Abraham lodge ceremony in New York. Capt. Harold P. Sortman. 33. a Wilmington, Del., doctor, has hailed for his "noble and unselfish action" during the Sicilian campaign and awarded a Silver Star. In the fighting around Lupo, Captain Sortman left a sheltered position and, under intense shelling, entered the danger area. He got to work administering aid to the wounded and supervising their evacuation to the rear. His citation credits him with reducing suffering and saving the lives of a number of men. fee/? tJtoAn i*i C/CTHA MEDICINE CABINET Pfc. Abe D. Gordon. 25, of Williamsport, Pa., a radio operator with the infantry forces, has been awarded the Silver Star for gallantry during the North African campaign. One of three brothers in service. Private Gordon has been in the army since April 1942. Lt. Adolph W. Kutner, 34. of New York City, is another Jewish serviceman who gave his life in the African war theater. He had been in service since February, 1941. Lt. Kutner was a former member of the New York commodity exchange, and was active in boy scout affairs. He is survived by a brother, Lt. Newton Kutner, now in the quartermaster corps; a sister, Mrs. J. Horace Block, of 49 East 86 street. New York City; and a hrothcr-in-law Capt. J. Horace Block, who served in the first world war. ^ jjQkaSeltzer Try Alka-Ssltaar tm Baaaacaa. "ataraia* After** I jC Maselaa, Ada laaiaaatiaa. Flaaaaa*. prompt. affsetWa. J u4 a*a. ONEQDAY VITAMIN. ^3 TABLE Hla-h ViUmln potency at low ONE-A-DAT Vitamin TabUta. A and D tablcta in the Fallow box—B-Ooaapkx tablets la the fray box. -^ %  "" pa MUSS "* %  ^LNERVIliU For Wlmlsasasas. ItrMaMlity. Baaaacfca, east %  is tl sa — saa. wbea doe te Nernatai Tenaioa. Uaa aaiy aa dlrastaa. { •ill Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida Name Serial No.. Home Address Birth Date.. Street Birthplace. City Civilian Occupation. Date Entry In Service City Marital Status State State" Date -Discharged Branch of Service —.Rank or RatingFull name of nearest kin — Relationship A ddress Information Transmitted by ——— Telephone number — Boatswain's Mate Lawrence Siegel. 24, of Buffalo, N. Y.. has been officially commended by the navy "for outstanding courage" displayed while engaged in an especially perilous task in the Southwest Pacific, for which he had volunteered. The letter of commendation, forwarded to his mother, Mrs. Gertrude Siegel of 245 Monroe street, stresses Lawrence's "zeal and devotion to duty" and adds that contributions such as his "will greatly aid in returning your mates to their homeland with an early victorious peace," Pvt. Jack Cohen, 28, of Brooklyn, attached to an engineer's unit' in Bermuda, died there of illness last month. Private Cohen was employed as an accountant with the U. S. engineering department prior to his induction into the army five months ago. PALM BE A CH /VO TES MRS. 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Florida WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB West Flagler Street at 37th Ave. WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolfson Sidney Meyeer LAINHART €f POTTER ESTABLISHED 1883 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS'* Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 SOUTHERN DAIRIES MB € Serving Palm Beach County. nationally Famous Soathera Dairies ducts and lee Crtaua. AS NEAR TO TOU AS TOOT PHOm i I



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^Jewistfhrldiari PAGE SIX t SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS WEDDINGS The spacious lawn of B"nai| was the w ; IN THE MAIL BOX ^*--^leadMe******** MelvinSal>8hin.aonofDr.and >g-J"| $*j trsts&'i ?afia-i *&* %  He was a mem-; of Mrs H\ Coverman has returni home after visiting witl in the tile am' "t ber ol the honorary societies Phi 3 .ndAlpI : forces stat 01 • : Hewi rth. member of P. Lai fl .. ,. ~ courses and has William Kesselman, Hill' rector, gave away the groom Mrs Kesselman, the bride. Phyllis Schulman, well-known sang ii n t Following the ceremony a lation held a reci ption KM guests. MIAMI BLACKOUT TEST PLANNED FOR FEB. 8TH ceptanc'e to the T rr. f the militai I i ram. roll %  :' S J Vi I lans to participa h air raid drill following ai Gen. Henrj V> ; I minute S %  M Mi MO M Mr. G %  %  %  %  D: ',: Mrs %  : I i i Bi %  %  N v an \ is l ,. They will rel n r larj 19th after mghl %  %  I R :afl Mi UNVEILING %  G 12 Jewish s cti W %  .lawn Meschelntor Maul %  mar. I attend. SHUTTS IS CHAIRMAN OF HOSPITAL BOARD Frank H Shu Mia eei • %  n at 1 %  tmg • %  .. %  k< r, rl U RED CROSS CHAIRMAN IS GORDON ANDERSON portant the Kregawe our VITISING th ince „ B uirge city True, mc Jcwish community has grown considerably in the past decade or s( but we as individuals have shrivelled and lost contact with our friends and fellow Jews in i arrying out this precept In visiting the hospitals and homes whenever time is available, I hear the constant recurring complaint, "1 belong to Beth Dair this organization and yet I have been ill f<>r months and years, but no one has shown the coui tesy of a visit." I l>t lieve this is one of the • shameful situations in our ,'. the fact, "Would thai I had tim.—" hut find sufficient time for social visits and n-essential waste of en: time, hut the excuse is I,, i m place "Social Mindon a high plane and ntal relief to those who illy in need RABBI MAX SHAPIRO. FRIDAY, FEBRU ARY 4 i| L EGAL N OTICE Notice U hereby a-ivm IKTI —"" %  • derailed. d.iri, 1K T„ .',*£'*> nea* -under the fi, uil-m. J n b JODONRJE IMPORT K %  vx,*'££>t\ at 37 North Weat |* ^. : \' R TC0 Florida. Intend* to iL M-',. r ^;^ In th.OffhM Of UM I ,rk oJM^l ..It Curt „f I,,, |, % %  ,. I MIS B sq I N0T,CE axsr^^sr TO,WHOM IT MAY CONCSStti Notice In herein riven th deralgned. pursuant t,, t nH J?*| Name Statute.Houne n lM 0 n '** Chapter No. 209:,3. |.,„V ,,/2, "M l41. will reajlMei ,,„ the rT^I the circuit court. ln a," •g"M| County, riorlda. upon -.., .,,7. *>+] of publication of 1 ,. f. W*t\ tltloua name, to a !$• .* &f %  CAN rMPORTINa %  n'.M.W 11 '*. uhl.-h l am anna-. I Y ""*l %  IT N !•: Plral *;'51 Miami. Klo.i.la '" ,h %  :>: WANTAGES of a |AIE FGIN1RU MORTGAGE • LOW RATES • EASY PAYMENTS LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Your LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVtK $7,950,000 llMIEFEIIEItAL JOSBPV U. UPTOW. 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WHY DONT YOU TRY ITT 'Get it at your drug store. Effervescent UbleU 35* and 7S, Liquid 25* and $1.00. Read directions and use only as directed. GftEATtt MIAMI'S MOST CONVENCNTLY LOCATED DOG TRACK fegsi NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAY FIRST RACE •:00 t. M. '/M/////J "JLMICAN IIWIJN D.NNl, .O. 1U////W/M0*—--' U M I I Pall.as Athena Restaurant EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND C^ZPSESP^ 224 WEST FLAG^ R T ^ C O KING OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO lO^M No In NOTICE TO APPEAR 1 *" 1 RAYMOND i: x, AWr< %  rskanil i. %  ...i..; •, %  ',•:; CARL A SCHULKIt RrBT? I.K.t. hta commanded i. .. ir ,„ J| I %  .III I "II % %  I" ..), jlTjJ \ Pebrunry, A D. II w^Lil whj said Petition i • btnS •• %  I In the ••'. an) -...t uaml af.'tinot you. EC B LBATHKRMAN, <"lfi k i" l MI. Count Bj I" UOL'LB I '• I 1 tl-MI l-ll-ll IN THE COUNTY .Hi I IN AND FUR I'AI.K CXicxttl F*IX)RJDA IN : In It.-. 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wJewisti fiondii&n ^nmxs. T/he Jewish Vnatjr )LUME 17—No. 5 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS |IS[ LARGE SUM greater Miami Jewish Federals W1 u raise approximately bmiOO in its campaign this V March 19-31, to meet the -eds of the 40 agencies to which lha's allocated funds, Federation (, stated. fee largest allocation of $75was designated for the United iah Appeal, which includes three large relief agencies, C NKS. and UPA. The United Jewish Appeal this ar will launch a campaign of D 000.000 to aid, rescue, and .Construct the Jewish people. ley will engage in the largest tid-raising campaign ever entermto by an American Jewish ianization in behalf of overseas |„t, Palestine reconstruction |d refugee assistance in the ^ltid States. i)r. James G. Heller of Cincin|ti national chairman of the fcited Palestine Appeal; William Cenwald of Greenwich, Connie >rarv president of the Nation[Refugee Service and Dr. Jonah 1 Wise, of New York, vice chairn of the Joint Distribution fcnumttee, were elected to serve national chairmen of the 1944 tnpaign of the United Jewish plal frhe United Jewish Appeal for ^fugees, overseas needs and kstine. which is the largest *ish fund-raising body in the aited States, provides the retirees for the rescue programs fried on by three major Amlean agencies—Joint Distribu}n Committee, United PalesAppeal and National RefuService. Since 1939 the lilted Jewish Appeal has raised lire than $75,800,000 for their pgrams of war relief and reibihtation in overseas lands, fugee settlement in and reconuction of the Jewish homeland Palestine, and assistance for (CONTINUED ON PAOE 4) RABBI LANG IS TO BE GUEST SPEAKER HERE Rabbi Leon S. Lang of Philadelphia who is on an inspection tour of the southeasterly region for the committee on religious activities of the army-navy committee of the Jewish Welfare Board arrived here this week for a short stay. He will contact Jewish chaplains in this area as well as address gatherings of service men here. On Saturday he will be the guest speaker at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Lang is past president of the Rabbinical Assembly of America and holds one of the largest pulpits in the country, Beth El in Philadelphia. TO LECTURE HERE T Dr. Abraham A. Neuman. rabbi, editor, lecturer and educa.or will speak here on Wednesday evening. February 9, at 8:15 p. m. at the Beth David synagogue, as a feature presentation in the culE TART INDEX FILE ITl i National Council of Jewish I a has undertaken to assist the establishment of an invitational file whereby persons lived in the war torn sections the world may be located afIhe war. |Pnif. Joseph Chamberlain has (en asked by the government irdinata the work and has |1. ' relatives and friends with lem They will submit their >' %  and the details regarding leir former place of residence d nationality to the central bupu. Every effort will be made locate these people. It is esIntial that this file be set up as >n as possible so that when a ftuntry is liberated the persons rmerly residing there may be jaeed without delay. [A call to 3-6554 will arrange appointment with the Miami etion of the National Council Jewish Women located at 513 ingress building, Miami. TO OPENING FEO. 4TH New York (JTA)—Emphasizing that the General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, which opens today in Pittsburgh, will be of greater significance to Jewish life "than at any previous time," the headquarters of the Council announced that more than 600 prominent Jewish community leaders from all parts of the country will participate in the assembly. Attending the general assembly as delegates of the Greaier Miami Federation will be Stanley C. Myers, honorary president, and Benjamin B. Goldman, executive director. A primary concern of the conclave will be the development of programs by Jewish agencies to meet welfare needs during war and post-war periods, the announcement said. Jewish community organization will be the subject of one session. A second session will take up fund-raising and budgeting problems. A third session will deal with war problems and post-war planning for private community agencies. Local civic-protective programs will be taken up at the fourth session. The organization of a Federation of Bureaus of Jewish Education and Kindred Agencies will be one of the major questions to be discussed at a luncheon session arranged by the American Association for Jewish Education at the General Assembly, according to an announcement by Mark Eisner, president of the association. "The Federation of Bureaus of Jewish Education is a plan which has been under consideration for some time," said Mr. Eisner, "and it is hoped that at this session this Federation will be launched. HOUSE RESOLUTIONS! PRESENTED AT CAPITOL The Miami Beach Zionist district learned that on Thursday, January 27th, house resolutions. No. 418 and No. 419 were submit-1 ted by Rep. James A. Wright of Pennsylvania and Rep. Ranulf Compton of Connecticut, the texts of which are as follows: Whereas, the 67th congress of the United States on June 30, 1922, unanimously resolved, "that the United States of America favors the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be (CONTINUED ON PAOE 5j DIDE WAR CHEST OF GOAL REACHED DR. A. A. NEUMAN ADM. MUNROE GIVES CITATION TO F. P. & L Admiral W. R. Munroe. commandant of the seventh naval district, personally presented a special citation for meritorious wartime service to Florida Power & Light company in a ceremony held Tuesday afternoon. The Hon. Leonard K. Thomson, mayor of Miami, served as chairman of the ceremony. The citation was presented to McGregor Smith, president of the company, and representatives or company employes. The citation is a recognition of the cooperation of the utility in the navy's war effort in the seventh naval district and is especially directed to the employes, who made the company's record possible The promptness and efficiency with which the company made arrangements to serve scores of wartime loads while continuing to serve its civilian customers brought about Admiral Munroe's decision to make tne award. ^^_^_ Are you aiding in the Dade County War Chet Drive? tural series sponsored by the Miami YM &. YWHA. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be chairman of the evening. Taking as his subject "The World Outlook from a Jewish Point of View," Dr. Neuman will discuss the post-war prospects for the Jews in Europe, Palestine and the United States. In the course of his talk he will offer an analysis of the fundamental factors in the world si:uation affecting the fate and destiny of the Jewish people. Dr. Neuman's visit will be especially timely in view of the current agitation for the repeal of the White Paper closing the 1 doors of Palestine to further Jewish immigration. His remarks on this score should have added relevance because of his profound background of historical research. The speaker is at present president of Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning, having recently resigned his position as rabbi of Congregation Mikveh Israel, Philadelphia, in order to devote full time to the college. He was educated at Columbia university and at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, where he received the H. L. D. degree in 1914. From 1919 until 1927. when he began his pastorate at Mikveh Israel, second oldest congregation in the United States he was rabbi of Congregation Bnai Jeshurun, Philadelphia. Dr. Neuman is editor of the Jewish Quarterly Review and vice chairman of the board of overseers, Gratz College. Pa. He is the author of several outstanding works, including his latest, a two-volume history of "The Jews in Spain." BNAI B'RITH LODGE TO POSTPONE MEET DATE The regular monthly meeting of Sholom Lodge B'nai Bnth, scheduled for the second Tuesday of the month. February 8th has been postponed because of the black-out called by the defense council. Members will be informed of the new date. MAYER H. FRANKEL OF CENTER. IS EULOGIZED A set of resolutions was presented to Mayer H. Frankel. immediate past president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The resolution states the organization's appreciation of the tireless efforts given by Mr. Frankel. now honorary president, on behalf of the organization. Monday's report for the War Chest of Dade County totalling $254,833, or 42.8% of the goal, is most encouraging, states Oscar E. Dooly, campaign chairman, who warns in the same statement that workers should realize that this is the "big money" of the campaign and the second half must come in smaller amounts with many, many more con.ributors. "However," says Dooly, "we like to feel that this auspicious first report meeting presages substantial public support of the War Chest of Dade County in its effort to supply funds for 22 local Community Chest agencies and 17 war relief appeals.' To prove Dade Countians' spending ability, A. L. Klemer, general secretary of the Miami Y. M C. A., points out some pertinent facts. "Greater Miami is in a whirlpool of prosperity, based upon sound business. We have more visitors than ever before, and those visitors have more money to spend than ever before, which means good business for Miami during the entire year. Bank clearings in 1943 were $708,419.173, or two million dollars over 1942. Dade County people bought one hundred million dollars worth of war bonds, and in addition cash savings deposits l are increased 14%. Department) stores have doubled a normal | year's business and added a 20% coverage. Yes. Miami has the money," says Klemer. ZIMBALIST TO APPEAR WITH U.M. ORCHESTRA Efrem Zimbalist, a favorite violinist of national renown, has chosen the Brahms Concerto in D Major to play with the University of Miami symphony orchestra at its fourth concert on Sunday, Feb. 13. The rest of the | program will compass Saintj Saens "March Heroique" and the \ concert overture, "In the South." by Elgar. BEACH YM&WHA WILL PRESENT 2ND CONCERT The second series of concerts given by the YM & WHA of Miami Beach will be presented Sunday afternoon February 6. at 4 p. m. at the "Y." Corporal Zachary Solov and Private Harold Mertis will give a joint dance and piano recital. Corporal Solov was formerly a soloist with the Littlefield ballet company of Philadelphia. He has toured this country and South America extensively and has been warmly received whenever he appeared. Private Mertis has appeared frequently in this area, and is well known to Miami and Miami Beach music lovers. In his first group, Corporal Solov will present three fantastic dances by Shostakovich, and a polka from the "Golden Age" by (CONTINUED ON PAQE •) iSREPORTEOTO BE GOING NICELY Miami Beach banking institutions and hotels report their $20,000,000 bond drive well under way. Opening guns were fired in the campaign by Roney Plaza, Sea Isle, Versailles, Atlantis, Coronado, Wofford. Triton and Jefferson hotels and other hotels are aligning their bond sales forces for immediate action. Chairman of Miami Beach war finance division. Max M. Ozer and Co-Chairman Samuel T. Sapiro appeal to everyone at Miami Beach not only to subscribe their limit in the purchase of bonds, but aid by suggesting or creating ways and means to speed the war bond sales. Any one having ideas, old or new, to promote sales please telephone Samuel T. Sapiro. at 5-5256 or 5-3331. He would be most grateful for any assistance, he stated. "Remember," said Mr. Sapiro, "our money cannot buy back a single life which has been lost— but—it can help prevent further lives being lost by speeding our activities in preparation and battle. Put your idle dollars at work to speed this war's end and bring our men back home. "Idle dollars at times as these can only call their masters fools." "Our obligation to support our fighting men is clear: To support them by LENDING OUR MONEY AT INTEREST surely is the very least we can do. For our own safety's sake, to guard us against the dangers of living under the influence of bestial madmen, we should be willing to throw our very last dollar into j the fight—without weighing the interest, without the necessity for solicitation, without parties and bonus gifts, or flattery from our neighbors for having merely loaned our idle dollars—to hasten the return, whether maimed or whole, of our boys from the frightful battle zones. IS SET UP IN ORDER BY THE PRESIDENT Washington (JTA)— Jewish leaders hailed the executive order issued by President Roosevelt last week under which the president set up a War Refugee Board consisting of Secretary Stimson. Secretary Hull and Secretary Morgenthau, to take action for the immediate rescue from the Nazis of as many Jews and other persecuted minorities of Europe as possible. The order was issued parallel with a statement from the White House emphasizing that "it was urgent that action be taken at once to forestall the plan of the Nazis to exterminate all the Jews and other persecuted minorities in Europe. The president's order said that the functions of the new board "shall include, without limitation, the development of plans and programs and the inauguration of effective measures for (a) the rescue, transportation, maintenance and relief of the victims of enemy oppression, and (b) the establishment of havens of temporary refuge for such victims." President Roosevelt also instructed the State Department to appoint "special attaches with diplomatic status" on the recommendations of the board, and that these shall be "stationed abroad in places where it is likely that assistance can be rendered (CONTINUED ON PAQE 4) II M



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IFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1944 Jewlsti Heridttan PAGE THREE THIS IS THE YEA UI&AU /HttT17* TOGETHER, / THE WAR NONE OF US WANTED IS THE WAR ALL OF US HAVE TO WIN SHOLEM LODGE B'NAI B'RITH WILL GO OVER THE TOP IN THE FOURTH WAR LOAN DRIVE MM BACK THE ATTACK! BUY THAT EXTRA BOND TODAY! EVERY INDIVIDUAL IS PERMITTED TO BUY UP TO $5,000.00 EACH YEAR IN SERIES "E" BONDS WE BOUGHT EXTRA WAR BONDS BUY BONDS NOW! B'NAI B'RITH BOND BOOTHS ARE LOCATED AT DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN., 45 N. E. FIRST AVENUE, MIAMI MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK. 420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH B'NAI B'RITH OFFICE. 330 SEYBOLD BUILDING TELEPHONE 3-6 306 WAR LOAN This Advertisement is Made Possible by the Co-Operation of the Following Progressive Leaders of Our Community: Royal Castle System W. D. (Bill) Singer Luby Chevrolet Company 1055 W. Flagler Street Steven's Market 2201 N. W. 62nd Street East Coast Fisheries 360 W. Flagler Street Rauxin Insurance Agency 128 N. E. First Avenue, Miami Jean's Candy Shoppe 212 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach McGinty's Singing Bar 235 N. E. First Street. Miami Butler-Wilson Company 1336 N. E. First Avenue, Miami Adelman Pipe & Steel Company 47 N. E. 25th Street, Miami Max's Delicatessen & Restaurant 1131 W. Flagler Street, Miami August Bros. Bakery 361 S. W. 8th Street, Miami Cameo Pharmacy 1443 Washington Ave., Miami Beach M. H. Frankel Miami Beach Halpert's Credit Jewelers 140 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Rivermont Park Sanitarium 1389 N. W. 7th Street. Miami Victory Baking Company 463 W. Flagler Street, Miami Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant 170 N. W. 5th Street, Miami Miami Bottled Gas Co. 1701 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami David Nossek Jewelry Co. 251 E. Flagler Street, Miami Rubinstein's Ladies Ready-to-Wear 1026 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach • v i!



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1944 HOUSE RESOLUTIONS PRESENTED AT CAPITOL (CONTINUE D rWQ M PAOB 1) done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of Christian and all other non-JewiBh communities in Palestine, and that the holy places and religious buildings and sites in Palestine shall be adequately protected," and Whereas, the ruthless persecution of the Jewish people in Europe has clearly demonstrated the need for a Jewish homeland as a haven for the large numbers who have become homeless as a result of this persecution, Therefore be it resolved By the house of representatives of the United States of America that the United States shall use its good offices and take appropriate measures to the end that the doors of Palestine shall be opined for free entry of Jews into that country, and that there shall be full opportunity for mzation, so that the Jewish pie may ultimately reconstitute Palestine as a free and demount ic Jewish commonwealth. Supporting this action was a statement by majority leader, John W. McCormack and the minority leader, Joseph W. Martin, jr. both of whom voiced their OBITUARY SAMUEL A. SILVERMAH Rabbi Samuel Aaron Silverman, 81, who came to Miami Beach five years ago, died last W. dncsday in a Miami hospital. I!, was survived by five daughters and a son, none of whom reside in the Miami area. Funeral services were conducted at Riverside Memorial chapel, with Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Interment was in Mt. Nebo cemetery. He was an honorary member of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. He resided in Palestine until 1932 and in Asbury Park until 1939, when he came here. He leaves a sister, Mrs. K. Luna, who resides on Miami Beach. Your Complex Depertmeat Store With Quality Merchandise Washington AT*, at 13U St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flaglar St., Miami Gartenberg & Schechter's GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL Strictly Koitifr Dmirg Room Catering to the Gtr*erii Public S|" • 1.11 11 I %  V IIHIIH, l!.ini| :• j'.b "A" | lllliti.li \\, Ml.mil ISt.ic PHOKC 5.6617 +Jewlslfk>rldliari PAGE FIVE I WANT MY MILK And Ba SUM Its FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin ~D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacxa Protactad TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VWt Our Farm at MOO If. W. hearty approval of the resolutions, being as they are, a reaffirmation of earlier action taken by both houses of the 67th congress of the United States on June 30, 1922. The local district immediately sent telegrams expressing the gratitude of the district to Congressmen Wright, Compton, McCormack and Martin. Shepard Broad, president of the district, is desirous of having all other Jewish organizations in this community send messages of appreciation and approval to these congressmen in order to further their support and urge the necessary follow-through steps that the action considered in the resolutions may be put into effect before the provisions of the White Paper are validated. BEACH YM&WHA WWPRESENT 2ND CONCERT (CONTINUED FROM PA 1> the same composer. His second group will consist of folk dances of the Soviet Union. In his final group, Corporal Solov will present Pavane by Morton Gould and an original creation "Calisthenics," a caricature of the army air force physical training program. This dance is set to music by Irving Berlin. To conclude his program, Corporal Solov will perform his famous "Parade of the Wooden Soldier." Private Mertis will open his portion of the concert with three Chopin numbers: Ballade in G Minor, Etude in E Major, and Pdlbhaise'ih A Flat. His concluding group will include: Etude in D Flat, Etude in F Minor by Liszt and La Campanella by PaganiniLiszt. This concert has been prepared for the membership of the YM & WHA of Miami Beach and is offered to them free. Buy War Savings Bonds. MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling. Alligator Farm, Museum, Wishing Well, Curio Shop Take Bui No. 15 or Yacht Seminole Quean MOOSE NAME CLASS IN HONOR OF O'CONNOR Signal honor was paid Paul J. O Connor, former internal revenue tax collector here, by the Miami lodge, Loyal Order of Moose, this week when a group of 65 initiates was accepted into the organization in a class named for him. O'Connor, a candidate for Dade county sheriff, spoke briefly to the membership on the duties of citizenship, stressing the obligation of all good citizens to exercise their right of suffrage. For Victory—Buy and keep on buying bonds! THE UNITED STATES NAVY COMPLIMENTS FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT GO. EMPLOYES The NAVY says "A job well done" to us! i WE say,Thanksro you, our customers and employes!** Of course we're proud to receive the gnccial citation of merit from the Cominandant of the Seventh Naval District of the United States Navy for 'performance of duty in the electrical utility field beyond normal responsibility. And we're glad, too, the credit goes where H fa duet to our employe^for thenhard and mirtir u l "g toil and to our customer* for their complete cooperation. These efforts end this cooperation made it possible to conserve fuel, manpower, transportation and materials vital to the prosecution of the war even in advance of the National Conservation Program. Then, too, H was possible to change the company from one primarily serving a great national resort playground to one which not only kept step with the sudden and vast expansion program of the VS. Navy but actually was always ready with sufficient electric service whenever and wherever the Navy wanted it. With your help, that has been accomplished. Together with you we share the honor of receiving this special citation of merit from the Navy, ~#



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. n ii PAGE EIGHT NOTES OF Y. M. H. A -bySAM SILVER Of Greater Miami FRIDAY, FEBRUARY B'NAI B'RITH NOT£| -byM ARX FEINBERG the V will nounced by the area are M I peared :r. previous progran Sgt. Be!a Urban, violinist Sg ; Harry Lever.a. linist Pvt. . ce..i* rvt0 f M -; in the Last Sui pacrv : narrator at each cert." Incidentally please do not gel ai : V the impri ssion thai season conci the Y is confa* clue. "Cavgers • Music 1 given by the famous team Susie Michael. | : and M Friedman, baritone presented rhis ': r high s Sund 12th ['11 t< II ;•' ii more Pan H this • ter I start %  at : ai • %  • R : funini Dr. Abraham Neuman -GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means of Individual Circumstances "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" • Worthy and Deserves Your Full Support and Recommendation • SERVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI • EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH 2 4 H O U.R Ambulance Service Buizin' witl %  %  Gross mana it • tivii At l %  •• V. I| '• t for i I : Sman • thei Mi %  ints tafl Hank' %  • eak on the i Future— S k S :..: board Cant %  ted by 1 it 10 a. B under th< Morris Gershoi f Mi A Idinj I I > Kadi: i s Zedek — Frida) i 1.8 30 o'< Dr. Soi I thi Nati nal and w men and M atzaph i : %  or f in Palestine, ai guest girls activities, and has orsjaniz^ nwT Sabbalh morninj nrvicei ed several classes ol i cultural ^g^ a 8 30 a m Followed bv s it 10:30 N ,,,un imp..rtant has been re ,1 this week so 1 would iise K e this opportunity to ramiwh ile about things and peoBn.ther Lou H ^ mis week (or the nc his merger with -tly folks %  %  hM desk for time in ux years. ConLou and also Stanley. I ,, ; luck to you both. I saw Leo Eisenstein e and have that Leo personally I $120 000 worth of bonds durnd drive. This accent should not be and Leo deserves a : Cri dlt A ,u„, II, eived word trial :n Landau has been iblicity chairman of ry The first .: rmation she brings to • • n M nday. February ngo and card r.eld at the Wofford Beach $1 admispartuipation in Mesdamea Gary :• %  Rabb are coiffair. All the itten I aa this • the new adiaxillary ofat it will be a ind assun the ladies that .1 always render : ation to. : 1 %  .• duled for i t thi Miami Beach : ancelled due to -. J1 test that eeting will be I neai future so I umn for fu%  is progressing department :. the other. In A %  • have re, r $650,000 of all nds but have not in Series "E." 11 i n : • .• campaign is rapidly approaenmg and if we are objective, oxtraordlLSt be exerted A I business houses in Miami j could help tremendously by sub. scribing their bond purchases i through the lodge at the u Beach or through the DafciS eral Savings & Loan a t Vtl* It is true that thus far Jfe done proportionately bettir S* other organizations m t hl %  ? munity but thus ls ex £l*+ Sholem lodge and I dTS?* munity but this Sholem lodge an_ why we cannot again top £ %  000. Let's all diip m '£T* that we do! Mrs Sol GSLSA and Mrs. Dorothy BnreSSft to be commended for the hS! work they are continuing |J1 on the Beach in thi.dnve We were deeply grieved at fc recent death of our Broth*. Alex Joseph and Charles Ab2 and our deepest sympathy isV? tended to their families. Our membership drive is m continuing so lets build up 1 group so that we can have i mammoth initiation in yjj-k Milton Friedman informs me that next week defnite dates S places will be announced fortb installation banqu.: and init tion class. Do not miss either O K of these events. RIVERMONT PAM SANITARIUM ISM N. W. 7th St. Ph. |.r %  aat car* far chronic nek, CMM. '••cant and iMr 1 re' SANEL BEER. M D D.rtct,. Reasonable Pricti % %  aaai Lara Baautifui Qroun laBB J MILSTEIN'S RESTAURANT 137 Wash. AT. M. B. Made From Fresh Orangst a m •"•-' %  will conling Sandy I • %  • %  j V el — Rep;..'., %  nduct EVERYTHING AS IT SHIL1 BE Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual, coupled with our modern facilities sod our efficient and courteous personnel enable as to provide a funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved family in even' particular. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Ask for r>-, free '944 Info-mat ve Map :f V ami B* B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Truitwortny Rea Estate S--. 605 Lincoln Rd. P 5-5868 DRINK PLENTY OF C^ripure V\Setter DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME 9-G4U0B BOTTLE ...(•< CASE OF SIX TABLE BBTTLES 7 5. %  Battlf Dm,it PHONE 2-4128 RENTALS • LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE S 5875 REAL ESTATE—MIAMI TO BUY OR SELL CONSULT HERBERT HODES REALTOR 1015 Seybold Building Phone 3-3143 or 2-3426 OLD SARATOGA INN Bisc.iync Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o Clock Sundays From Noon Cocktai! Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines •{ BUS II FROM O0WMT0WN MIAMI OR BUS Mil FROM MIAMI BEACH OPEN EVERY DAY Ask Your Local Dalicataaaan Par tha Best a It Costs No Man OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Dallciout Cornad Ber Plcklad. Cook.d and tmok.0 M „ u STth and Normal Av*. rkl ind thi : Thi An em Hebi Patti :: A : It 11 I r will address t A : hant the i ... • i %  1 Fru A K : ildren by i %  On { Cm i -.'. will • I Da %  meet d m ; /^ ,: '' s % % % %  %  ; -•>• condu %  Buy War B or^aTa-nTstamps BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELCIN with METROPOLITAN UFELNS.CO. N But SHr? BI W- But-BiQBWt B^causo Bat RIVERSIDE tsflm$**a/vAaS+/ %  %  p m


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