The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume 17no. 6
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
Federation To Launeh Initial
Solicitation for Funds Sunday
i
The 1944 United Appeal of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
Ition will officially launch its
Jsolicitation of contributions at
I;, brunch" this Sunday, Febru-
Ery 13, when the Initial Gift
Division holds its first meeting.
The "brunch" will be held at
the Monte Carlo, Dade boulevard
land West Avenue, Miami Beach,
[starting at 11 a. m.
[ The co-chairmen of the Initial
[Gift Division, Sam Blank and
[Ben Bronston have arranged the
[meeting in cooperation with the
[campaign chairman, Jacob Sher.
[A special list of federation sup-
porters has been invited to the
brunch."
Milton Weill, chairman of the
[public relations committee of the
Rational Jewish Welfare board,
Iv. ill be the guest speaker of the
['brunch." Mr. Weill has been ac-
Itive in Jewish social welfare and
[fund-raising appeals in New
I York City and nationally for a
[number of years. He was an as-
sociate chairman of the New York
[United Jewish Appeal last year
and was also prominent in the
activities of the Business Men's
Council of the New York federa-
tion in its last campaign. A vet-
eran of the last world war who
[saw service overseas, Mr. Weill
[has been especially active in the
I program of the National Jewish
Welfare board and is a member
| of its executive committee.
I Among other offices, he is vice
president of the New York
YMHA, vice chairman of the
board of directors of the Park
Avenue Synagogue, and is a
member of the executive com-
mittee of the Anti-Defamation
league of B'nai B'rith.
Solicitaion of Initial Gift con-
tributors to the federation cam-
paign will be continued through-
out the week of February l4*.h.
Upon completion of this work,
the campaign special gift di-
vision will undertake solicitation
of contributors in its group.
During the past week Cam-
paign Chairman Jacob Sher is-
sued an urgent appeal to cam-
paign workers to volunteer for
assignment for campaign teams.
In a letter which was sent to
6000 Jewish homes in Greater
Miami he said, "Our task this
year will be greater than ever
before. Our campaign goal has
been increased 40 per cent over
our 1943 goal. In order to
achieve our goal we must reach
many new subscribers and pre-
vail upon our old contributors to
give more than ever before. This
requires manpower. And we will
need new workers to take the
place of those who have entered
the service of our country since
our last campaign."
Campaign workers may re-
spond to Mr. Sher's appeal by
phoning campaign headquarters
and speaking to Benjamin B.
Goldman, campaign director, to
volunteer their services. Cam-
paign team assignments will be
announced in the near future.
Beach City Council Endorses
Bill of Senators Wagner-Taft
------ o-----------------------
The Miami Beach city council in Palestine, and;
at a meeting Wednesday morning
unanimously endorsed the Wag-
ner-Taft resolution introduced in
the senate by Senators Wagner
"Whereas, on April 27th, 1943,
the general assembly of the state
of Florida passed a concurrent
resolution, approved by the gov-
and Taft and introduced in the, ernor, calling for the establish-
house by Congressmen Ranulf ment of a Jewish national home
Compton and James A. Wright. J in Palestine as an act of justice
The .resolution expresses "pro- for the stricken Jewish masses
found sympathy toward the help- in accordance with the principals
DR. SACHAR TO ATTEND
HILLEL COUNCIL MEET
The first public function of the
Hillel Advisory Council will take
place Tuesday evening, Febru-
ary 15th, at 8 p. m. in the form
of an Inaugural Dinner at the
Continental restaurant, 1709 Al-
ton Road, Miami Beach. The af-
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 5>
REGISTRATION BOOKS
OPEN IN PRECINCTS
County registration books
will be open in the various
precincts from Tuesday. Febru-
ary 8, and kept there for
the registration of voters, un-
der the requirements of regis-
tration every two years, un-
til March 6.
From March 7 to April 15
the books will be open at the
supervisor of registration of-
fice in the court house.
To be qualified to vote one
must have been a resident of
the state not less than one
year and of the county not less
than six months.
less victims of nazi reiigious per-
secution and racial hatred*' and
endorses the establishment of a
Jewish commonwealth in Pales-
tine.
The local committee functions
under the name of the Palestine
Emergency Council of Greater
Miami and at the request of na-
tional groups. It has representa-
tion on its directorate from prac-
tically all local organizations.
The resolution was presented to
the council by Harry Simonhoff.
accompanied by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Mrs. Anna B. Meyers and
Shepard Broad. The city of Mi-
ami and other adjacent munici-
palities are expected to pass
similar resolutions.
The resolution stated:
'Whereas, the cruel persecu-
tion and ruthless extermination
of the Jewish people in occupied
Europe by Nazi Germany have
outraged the conscience of the
civilized world, and have made
it manifest to men of good will
everywhere that the safety and
well-being of the remnants of
Israel in the hate infested atmos-
phere of a defeated Europe lav in
the maintenance and further de-
velopment of a Jewish homeland
SAM BLANK BEN BRONSTON
Co-Chairmen, Initial Gift Division
B'nai B'rith to Continue Bond Sale
Through February: Stress E Series
<
The B'nai B'rith bond selling
drive, started last month with
the inauguration of the fourth
[war loan drive, will continue
[during the entire month of Feb-
ruary, even though the fourth
[loan drive will officially end
February 18th, it was announced.
Milton Friedman, president of
Sholern Lodge, B'nai B'rith. and
chairman of the war loan drive,
[announced Wednesday evening
[that an overall total of $800,000
[has been sold to date and the
|S2(i5,000 mark in series E, toward
the $400,000 goal, has been
reached.
Mr. Friedman stressed the fact
that the government has issued
Ian urgent appeal for every in-
dividual to buy an extra E bond
necessary to make the present
bond effort successful. Mr. Fried-
man stated that the lodge will
top the million dollar mark in
its sales and feels confident that
the $400,000 quota in series E
will likewise be included in that
figure.
B'nai B'rith bond booths are at
the Dade Federal Savings and
[Loan association, 45 N. E. 1st
[avenue in Miami and at the Mer-
cantile National bank, 420 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. The
B'nai B'rith office. 330 Seybold
building, also takes bond orders.
In charge of the Beach office
are Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and Mrs.
Dorothy Borenstein. Mrs. Sam
Silver and Mrs. S. B. Miller are
in charge of the Miami booths,
with Sam B. Miller, treasurer of
the lodge, in charge of public re-
lations.
CHEST DRIVE REPORTED
IN PRECARIOUS STAGE
Monday's report meeting for
the War Chest of Dade County
chalked up $322,240 as the total
collected for the 1944 campaign
for $594,110, or 55.9%, which
leaves the drive in a precarious
stage with only one more report
meeting to go, according to Oscar
E Dooly, campaign chairman.
Since then workers are redoub-
ling all efforts.
A careful review of accounts
still outstanding gives assurance
that the money is in the cards.
(CONTINUBO ON PAOE t)
CORDES URGES ALL TO
BUY AN EXTRA BOND
Horace F. Cordes, executive
chairman of the war finance
committee here, urged all citi-
zens to "buy an extra bond."
"We must all buy to the in-
dividual limits of our ability,"
he pointed out. "We have laid
great stress on purchases of $100
bonds, but we don't want to
neglect or leave out people who
can afford to buy only a $25
bond.
"Buy an extra bond this
week." Cordes urged, "no mat-
ter what the denomination, big
or small, so long as it's the best
you can do. The purchaser of a
$25 bond is making just as im-
portant a contribution to victory,
proportionately, as the buyer of a
million dollars' worth. Dade
county must reach its quota."
PEHLE NOW DIRECTOR
WAR REFUGEE BOARD
of self-determination, and;
"Whereas, there is pending a
resolution in the congress of the
United States that the doors of
Palestine be opened for the free
entry of Jews so that the Jewish
people may ultimately recon-
stitute Palestine as a free and
democratic Jewish common-
wealth;
"Now, Therefore, Be it Resolv-
ed that the city council of Miami
Beach expresses
(a) its profound sympathy to-
ward the helpless victims of nazi
religious persecution and racial
hatred,
(b) its approval for the estab-
lishment of a Jewish common-
wealth in Palestine,
(c) its earnest hope that the
congress of the United States
pass the said resolution intro-
duced jointly by Congressmen
Ranuf Compton and James A.
Wright in the house of represen-
tatives; and
"Be it Further Resolved that
a copy of this resolution be for-
warded to the president of the
United States, the secretary of
state, the senators and represen-
tatives of Florida, and the Brit-
ish ambassador in Washington,
D. C."
President Asks for All Americans
To Observe Brotherhood Week
----- o--------------------------------
Washington. (JTA)Emphasiz- understanding and justice
ing that "the sons of the United through which freedom and
States fight as one though they i equality flourish in human so-
come from every racial and cul- ciety.
tural strain and though they ] "While we are engaged in a
worship at different altars," mighty struggle to preserve our
President Roosevelt has issued froe institutions and to extend
a message, calling upon all Am-' the boundaries of liberty in the
ericans to participate in the na- earth, it is good for us to pledge
tion-wide observance of brother- renewed devotion to the funda-
hood week, arranged by the na- ; mentals upon which this nation
tional conference of Christians : has been built. Brotherhood must
and Jews, which starts on Feb- I prevail Our inescapable choice
ruary 20th. j js brotherhood or chaos.
The annual observance of
Brotherhood week," the presi-
dent's message reads, "is a time
both of reminder and dedication.
It reminds us of the basic re-
lligious faith from which de-
mocracy has grownthat all men
"On land and sea and in the
air, the sons of the United States
fight as one though they come
from every racial and cultural
strain and though they worship at
different altars. They are broth-
ers in arms now, soon, pray God.
are children of one Father and h sha be brothers in peace.
brothers in the human family. It
dedicates us to the practice of I
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Washington. (JTA)John W.
Pehle. assistant to the secretary
of the treasury, whose nomina-
tion as executive director of the
War Refugee Board was con-
firmed, visited the White House
this week for a discussion of his
duties.
Pehle, who is 34 years old. has
been in charge of foreign funds
control at the treasury depart-
ment. He was born in Minne-
apolis and took his law degree at
Yale university and later taught
law there.
MONSKY IS RECIPIENT
1943 EPSILON AWARD
New YorkThe 1943 Phi Epsi-
lon Pi service award to the Am-
erican Jew who had contributed
most to his people was presented
yesterday, January 25th, to
Henry Monsky, of Omaha, presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith, by Maurice
Jacobs, grand superior of Phi
Epsilon Pi, national Jewish col-
lege fraternity, at the Waldorf
Astoria.
Buy War Savings Bonds.
General Assembly of Welfare Board
In Meeting; S. Myers is a Director
------ o-----------------------------------
Pittsburgh, Pa.. (JTA*Rep- mittee was set up consisting of
resentatives of more than 600 Philmore J. Haber of Cleveland.
Jewish communities throughout Bernard P. Kopkind of New
the United States and Canada.! Haven..Morris B. Fagen of Phil-
attending the 11th general as- adelphia, Edgar J. Kaufmann of
sembly of the Council of Jewish Pittsburgh. Sidney Hollander of
Federation and Welfare Funds. Baltimore and David M. Watch-
this week unanimously approved maker of Boston. The committee
a resolution calling for the for- met immediately, following
mation of a "National Communi- which it was announced by the
ty Relations Advisory Council" co-chairmen, Messrs. Haber and
to formulate policy in the area -------
of civic protection. (continued on page <>
The purpose of the plan is to .-. CT.Trc .cvrn
effect the formulation of policy UNITED STATES ASKED
in the civic protection field by TO AJD IMMIGRATION
the joint deliberations of the na- ______
ion?' loc,a' groups Under Washington. (JTA)A resolu-
it, the National Community Rela-: tion urRim, the United States to
lions Advisory Council will con- -usc ,ts good officcs amJ take
sist of representatives of the ] appropriate measures" to open
leading national civic protective tne doors of Paiestine for the
agencies and of the 14 communi-, ..free entry" of Jews, was intro-
ties which have organized civic duced in the senate this week
protective agencies and are mem- by Robert F. Wagner (N Y
bers of the community relations
conference. Provision is made
under the plan for extending
representation to include other
communities and agencies inter-
ested in this problem.
To put the plan into operation
as promptly as possible a com-
Dem.) and Robert Taft (Ohio
Rep.). The resolution was en-
dorsed by Sen, Alben W. Bark-
ley, majority leader, and by Sen.
Wallace H. White, minority lead-
er. It was referred to the sen-

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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY
PAGE TWO
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ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
jLWWnv_------- __ ho,d a
BEACH ZIOnIT M^JJEWISPLCENTER
,r~\i^nu~Chapter of the
B
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H to
The district participated in the
final rites for its board B
member. Lc-e Lamoen. helc
Tho Si^rhood of the^
,t.ach c Center
Center will
.bert.held
Saturday evening at the River- meet ..-_ irsdajj v.+ ,\, .
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,-pect

BETH JACOB
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS
Beth Jacob congregat: r.
have another : its
series on Wednesday. F
sored BZ1
W nd Mi

th. at the Lat

g -::';,;" SIX
ldent, requests all
attend Th, regular
S, 0f the Sisterhood wfljb*
February 16th
. Bel David auditorium at 2.30
ndmenU to the by-
., .-..unce Gro-
director of he
V. will review the
I Sholom Aleichem by
wiIl be served Mrs. Harrv OU-
ident, will preside.
,..,,. I)i: s terhood will spon-
and mah jong party
. d David auditorium. Tnurs-
nina Feb. 17th aU
[or the i vening will be
Jack August Louis
,nd Hyman Sootin.
for the 28th an-
Purim I all are neanng
tl general chaiT-
Mrs Isidor Cohen and a
mitt workers.
. ins planned.
i an le by call-
. chairman, Mrs. Louis
.473. for the above
..rung. Feb-
1 8:30.
gHNOZAJQimf
by Loui, R*
,fB be.r,e^,e*ed Saturday.^
loon at 3 by Dr. MommLiS?
t the Spinoza forum, on th?*1
What to Do
a recent book
will be reviewed
noon
at the Spin
of the home of
Wolfson, 11th
Collins avenue and Ocean
Miami Beach. Th- Yrtdife !
Herman Eager, will redUlS
of his latest humoro2\*?
On Tuesday evening, Dr Srk!?
will give the fourth S*
his series on -The ArtSTJ
ence of Living. a
street, bet^J
DENVER CHILD
The Greater Miam
the National Home
Children at Denver
ing a benefit party
ford Hotel, Miami
day. Feb. 15, at 8
Gisela Newlander is
the evening.
i Chapter
for Jew*.
are spons,.
at the W*
Beach. Tu.
Pk m- **
chairman fa
Ottawa (JTA)-A demand that
a Royal Commission be set unt
investigate anti-senutis and oU
subversive activities m the nZ
ince of Quebec was viced mfc
Federal Parliament this week hi
Fred Rose, one of the two Jew*
members.
MIAMI PIONEERS
uie in. i) ,..... cepuiift i".....
B'nai B be, '
16th. at the synagogue, 311 Was]
ington avenue. Courses ai son It is I
in Jewish Dravers ind it
Je"13 1 8:30. :
1
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till avail- friei n in 11
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S.W. 8th St. at 15th Are.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Fri., Feb. 11Last Day
ROSALIND RUSSELL
RONALD COLMAN
CLATJDETTE COLBERT
VICTOR McLAGLEN
IN
UNDER TWO1,
FLAGS
ARBEITER RING
The Arbeiter Ring will hold a
ture Sw ning at 8 30
at tl "' 25 Wash-
ing*., n nu Mi i B
_ John Mill from Chicago.
Mr Mill is a familiar figun- in rzr.7r i
Jewish labor i K)th i^ur Ipnam

12 Dr '" Sti
Wis. are to be i
' ": '
.ng arra:
On Fridaj F( I lary
1:48 Bt the YM & WHA, 1
Lincoln Road. Mrs. I M. Wein-
will review th( new bio-
graphv of Maxim Lltvinoff,
Fn-
Mrs M. Oppenhcim. 751 Meri-
ted by Mrs
Gl man, were hostesses
: party for the benefit of
M ii Pioneer Women's or-
;.,' week. Proceeds
turned over to the Pales-
.: Emergt ncy fund. .
The Miami Pioneer Women's
nization will have a Chamiso
Osor B-Shvat celebration Sunday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs Henry Seitlin. 418 N. W.
5th street. Mrs Miriam Gingold
of Chicago and Dr. Sonia Kam-
ky will participate in the
evening's program.
dav book review- an sponi
here and abroad Me win taiK T.uith Con-
on th laboi
London (JTA)Dr Chaim W.
mann, president of the World Zi-
onist Organization and preside*
of the Jewish Agency for Pak*
tine, was re-elected president i\
the British Zionist Federation (I
the closing session of the thn*.
day annual convention of the w.
ganization.
OtUwa (JTA)A plea forr>|
nadian support of Jewish de-
mands for the establishment of i
national home in Palestine a
voiced in the House of Commoa
this week by Arthur Roebuck of
Toronto, who is a member of the
government party Roebuck on-
leized Britain's action in restrict-
ing Jewish immigration intoPri
esime.
SERVICE LEAGUE
confi: : r.don.

.//
Starts Sat. at 4:30 p. m.
S Sun. Thru Tue., Feb. 12-15
CARLSON'S MAKIN
ISLAND RAIDERS:
"GUNG HO"
WITH
RANDOLPH SCOTT
I. CARROL NAISH
EXTRA!
'NEUTRAL SWEDEN"
The Latest Issue of
MARCH OF TIME
' For a Pleasant Evening *
Visit
CASABLANCA
DINE AND DANCE
in a True Moroccan
Atmosphere
COCKTAILS
MIDNITE SUPPERS
225 N. E. 79th Street
JOHN HAPSAS. Manager
PHONE 7-9343
EXPERT SURGICAL
MOHEL
REV. PHILIP FRIED
Graduate o' the Jewish He*.
pital of Philadelphia at Mohel.
Practiced at Atlantic City Hos-
pital for past five years.
Now affiliated with Beth
David Congregation
PHONE 2-1473
HADASSAH
A regular meeting of the Mi-
ami chapter I S- nior Hadassah
on the roof of the
ti i. 2655 Collins ave-
nue. Monday. February 14th, at
2 p. m. A particularly mterest-
r will feature Edward
it) of Mi ii
it-- Vai
F Alb ring of
'They
lent
:' Ii ...:.-
I in Aug1.
Ga Ft bruary 5. 6. 7. The public
.-
EASTERN STAR
The Miami Service League of
the VMHA has completed plans
i Valentine dance to be held
Saturday evening. February 12th.
at the "YMHA. 1567 S W 5th
street An evening of fun is
iuled. comprising dancing.
contests, refreshments and mu-
sic Service men are invited to
nd free of charge
M. B. PIONEERS
Th
Brook C
presents
Wilma Cox
SONG STYLIST
U
b
BARRY WINTON'S ORCHESTRA
PEDRO AND HIS RHUMBA BAND
Reservations Telephone 6-2658
N
O. E S
g last night at
Rite Temple Mi f the
chapter
S10.000 worth :
tron. Mrs. Etta
tinue to accept < i
A social h wed
eting at whi the
ivid-
;:- ': I thi wort | atl Mor-
ris Frank, v.
On January 27\\ at an execu-
-.:ng the Pioneer
* 2 and the Hanita Club
< d that both groups
I hereafter be known
B< ich Club with
Mrs Harry Faber as president.
' 8 15 p. m. M inday evening,
iarj 14th .,t the Labor Ly-
ington avenue, a
i mg Dr. Sonya
' ky will be held. Dr.
ky has recently return-
lestuv where she re-
eighl yean working
various co-operatives
will report on the Pion-
work in Palestine.
Geneva (WNS)Approximate
ly 80 Jews escaped last wi
from a concentration camp
northern Italy as a result oft*
efforts of a number of anti-fat-
cist Italians, according to a broad-
cast by the Badogho govemmefi
heard here this week. The a*
nouncer said that the Italian pa-
triots not only helped the Jen
gain freedom, but also secured i
haven for them where they an I
reasonably certain not to be foued|
by the Nazis.
Buy War Bonds and Stamp as! |
Insure Your Tomorrow.
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for Rest
Con valescenC! I
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un-RqyPori\
Health Resort
Buy War Savings Bonds.
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TRUE FARM FOOD ^1?7^
RESTAURANT WJwi
645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Dietary Laws Observed
SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN narnv
1 DINING ROOMS 2 KITC^HeS^
Meats Meals Serred From Daily Vegetarian From
^**' 8 A M
OPEN EVERY DAY
1 P. M
Sparkling Diamond
RINGS
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lihiUy driqnd s*-:r.,, .
Natural et whit* aold. Pricd
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$27.50
Watch and ltw,hT
"pairing
DANZIG'S
JfweLeus
M HALCYOH arcaDI
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City, Yet Far Enough
TO ESCAPE ITS INTRUSIVE NOISE.
MOUNT NEBO IS AN INSPIRING COMBDNA
TION OF NATURE AND ART. .
A HAVEN OF PEACE AND CONSOLATION
Our Director. Rabbi S. M MachteL Will Coni
With You at Your Invitation.
PHONE 3-3720
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UDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1944
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PAGE THREE
**,
& W**l
-get that extra War Bond NOW!
SHOLEM LODGE B'NAI B'RITH
FOURTH WAR LOAN DRIVE
CONTINUES ALL THROUGH FEBRUARY
- m w *t~t# o n i) j i your government needs the
Buy That Extra Series h Bond! individual e bond sales/
WE BOUGHT EXTRA WAR BONDS
EVERY INDIVIDUAL IS PERMITTED TO BUY UP TO $5,000.00
EACH YEAR IN SERIES "E" BONDS
WAR LOAN
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 3-6306
This Advertisement is Made Possible by the Co-Operation of the Following Progressive Leaders of Our Community:
Luby Chevrolet Company 1055 W. Flagler Street Empire Bar 6, Grill 101 N. E. 1st Avenue Reisman Wholesale Butchers West 29th Street. Hialeah. Fla. Gordon's Dress Shop duPont Building
Steven's Market 2201 N. W. 62nd Street Ta-Miami Hotel 203 West Flagler St. Zissen's Bowery 1749 N. Miami Avenue Kaler Produce Co. 1200 N. W. 22nd St.
East Coast Fisheries 360 W. Flagler Street New York Delicatessen & Restaurant 44 N. E. 1st Street Sea Gull Pool & Cabana Club 100 21st Street Faymus Fay's 24 N. Miami Ave.
Clover Club 118 Biscayne Boulevard Green Brothers Brokers 55 N. E. 24th Street Ciro's Dancing-Dining 1827 Alton Road Steven's Wearing Apparel 45 E. Flagler St
Dunhill's Men's Shop 115 N. E. 1st Street Johnnie & Mack Body Shop 74 N. E. 20th Street Sam's Service Station 200 Coral Way. Coral Gables Sam B. Miller Miami Florida


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LISTEN HERE .
Pierce van Paaen. basing his information on o
Telegraph Agency news story, startled the recent New
Conierence of the United Palestine Appeal when he
listeners that the State Department had notified the Sek>
Conierence oi the United Palestine Appeal when he told 2
listeners that the State Department had notified the Sekx&I
Serv:ce Commission that Washington henceforth recomj,
Palestine as a co-belligerent None of the ZionistlS
M I A M I A
The Kite) Advisory Coui..-. :: Gteaiei Mic i u spccsorii
an bauauraJ Dinner ao Tuesday of this commg wee* Much
comment has been ebcued beet the wrifl
u.... u -- -- 5j; peg v;^-e ccasaderction must be yiven to
the purpose
wil] re used Foi tbb first cms the '
-. has already proved La m *>'i the
npus home : out V ren snts b order tc i
bee spiritually zr.c phvsicaliy Kiile! .- Bad
work:-.c ^ i Tr.r funds raised
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We have enncuec thea activities jc'.f:;: times w-.ti the sole
needs support ?: <.::. aeridcscn ws :r.;; ~ ::~ Bwail the
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Oat nomnr.ir.n thoucn grow.nj ropjcy has dm a* yet A.-.-
reached the i:-_e :: sppreaauac cultural program Attend _
ITt^SSTFa GENERALASSEIvffiLY OF
baaul was il :r. tumeclu? tcl Pl>. NWss BOARD HOLDS MEETING
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nghts and help in the rescue of European Jewry--th cam*
:ee oi which Wendell Wilkie is vicexhairmanhas beeH
consuMotton with several leaders of the American Jewi
Conference. Lessing Rosenwald. head c: the Co^J
fudaisna the organization which is fighting political Ziooii
was not reelected to the Board of Directors of the AmTl
Jewish Cc.-..T.itiee at its recent annual conference.
ist Organinttoa. popularly known as the
ludge PTOskauer's formula for an
Meeship foe Palestine.
LITERARY NEWS .
: .:s: pr.ze in a unique literary contest was recer/Jy cwardsjl
. poem entitled Psalm" and describing the tragedy oi 3
saw ghetto The competition was sponsored by a Polsi
underground magazine, and the entries were suhm.tted andfc
: r.cvs a-str-buted through the underground organization 4a
operates under the noses of the gestapo. Franz Werieii
undez the weather, but he must be mighuiy cheered bi
the reception hk brainchildren are getting these cays. ..
Seng oi Bemadette" is going strong in its movie version, i
: bom Boston is to the effect that the Theatre Gxld press* I
lotion of bit comedy lacobowsky and the Colc.-.e; on a p
Broadway run in the Bean City, is bound to be a sure-fire hi
Playing the role of the Jewish refugee Jacobowsky, inbds*
ally is reraaee Oscar Karlweis, who until recently was iectoed
in Rosalinda the late Maz Reinhardt production.
FROM THE GRAPEVINE .
Hitler, they re saying is busy studying Spanish. CoupWl
w.th this Timor is one that a lot of zxzzi money has ::ind reragi
in a South American country, the implication being thai
.-.az. bigwig owners oi this cash expect eventually to find dm I
there. Spanish teachers, in other words, are "doing wefls
Hitlerkxnd these days. And while we're at it we mcya|
well pass cr. tl-.e gag cired by a radio reporter the other day.
. Its a ::aale supposedly current in Germany now: "Wbcfi I
the derence between an optimist and a pessimist?'' .. Tk\
axmwm s An opttastal u a German who's tatng cbi
lessensa peariBuM ^ qm who's learning Russian-
TRUE TALES .
'_i:e 'zr.zr. ) C-c.as-ea^ of New York is a regular manys'l
:: Boon tnot-tymgs to his credit His la*
img by the way wai that of Saalmg Baruch .': to beae
ban But what we sicr.ed out toil
you this manyi&g baakHBi is extremely unprohtableta
His He nor j does he colect no fee. but is tne coa
re has expended over $7.00 on postcge stcrnpilD
e mcala tba required documents to City Hall-hj
ese weddings not c i :o=ba
thou : hendmg the "idge a postage stem. -er i|
The other night Dorothy Thompson *zs a gu*
M i: WeiagaL She met man. e i**l
bul -.pressed by a husky man who a^"|
..-. V.ddish exclusively. She :.. -&*]
:.~. becauM of ber knowledge of Germcn.J
r.ess to '~r.z out who this man was So*|
Tiwuh the one and only C
a., m the seme mameloshen
ABOUT PEOPLE .
bkstf the axis is the 2J0(Mon r-?er^*^3|
:hed in a ceremony witnessed ny No
the in-jn*
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Peari Harbor and by his father V.re Aczs
Taussng whose memorandum on Japonese p^
---i' S a:es was hoceed down not toe many y^l
lust i.-r.t: =: and sull going strong is WazW &*"*!
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k FEBRUARY 11. 1944
ace Facts
y Alexander F. Miller
lorida Regional Director
nti Defamation League
>3ewist IkiiUmr
PAGE FIVE
week, your director jour-
! to St. Petersburg and ad-
I the local B'nai B'rith
The open forum following
Jlk was one of the most ex-
fin which we had ever been
id. Sparks flew and ani-
es stored for years were
it to the surface.
. split between those of us
feel that there is no anti-
Jsm except in the minds of
[alarmists" and those who
Jiat the situation is serious
letting worse was graphic-
jlustrated by the arguments
ped on the floor. Accord-
the "pish-tushers" and the
is ha hers" there is no anti-
|sm because they had never
hit over the head or insult-
a hate monger. Their re-
j with non-Jews was most
\\ and. as a matter of fact,
of their best friends are
Jes.
iifying the position of the
lie thinkers the non-escap-
fcc refer to a recent state-
fmade by J. Edgar Hoover,
or of the FBI. Mr. Hoover
, that anti-Semitism is being
js a weapon by all treason-
plementa in the country.
is the professional anti-
Eos with whom racial hatred
means to achieve another
jse, most anti-Semities can
|vided into two categories:
11 minority brought up with
Semitic prejudices and
hatred is sp deep that
[are immune to education
Jnhghtenment, and the large
pty whose anti-Semitism is
It of ignorance and of being
need by the propaganda of
Jsional anti-Semites.
Ito the present situation, Mr.
>r, pointed out that unfor-
ely, the hostility toward
has increased in certvn
where ignorance and back-
less prevail.
?IST LEADER NAMED
HEAD THE I. N. F.
York. (JTA)Judge Mor-
lothbenberg, noted Zionist
r, was unanimously elected
lent of the Jewish National
[at the annual meeting this
I of representatives of Zionist
ks affiliated with the JNF.
VictoryBuy and keep on
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DR. SACHAR TO ATTEND
HILLEL COUNCIL MEET
(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1)
fair will commemorate the estab-
lishment of a full-time Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Miami.
The Hillel Advisory Council,
recently organized, is composed
of local men and women who
will supervise the foundation.
The house for the activities of
the foundation, directed by Wil-
liam Kesselman, has been pur-
chased at 3306 Ponce de Leon
boulevard, Coral Gables. The
proceeds of the dinner will be
used for the remodeling and re-
furnishing of the home.
The guest of honor, well known
to Miamians, will be Dr. Abram
L. Sachar of Champaign, 111. Dr.
Sachar is national director of
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tions, which are represented on
university campuses throughout
the country. He will deliver an
address as a feature of the eve-
ning which will also have mu-
sical entertainment.
Reservations for the dinner are
in charge of Mrs. Jennie Rotfort,
Mrs. Sam B. Miller, Mrs. Ben Le
Vine and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz,
and may be made by contacting
any of the names mentioned or
the B'nai B'rith office, 3-6306.
Honorary members of the coun-
cil are Dr. Bowman Foster Ashe.
LLD, LITT. D., president of the
University of Miami; Mary B.
Merritt, A. M., dean of women,
and Foster E. Alter, M. ED., dean
of men.
Officers of the council are
Louis Heiman, chairman; Dr.
Herman Meyer, vice-chairman;
William Kesselman, secretary,
and Sam Weissel, treasurer.
Besides the honorary members
and the officers, the council is
composed of Samuel Blank, Stan-
ley C. Myers, Monte Selig, David
Phillips, Dr. A. E. Rosenthal,
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Maurice Grossman,
Mrs. Ben Le Vine, Mrs. Sam
B. Miller, Mrs. Sam Silver. Mil-
ton Friedman, George Chertkof,
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Isaac Levin,
Isidor Goldstein, Rabbi Max
Shapiro, Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Ted Sakowitz, Ben Goldman,
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Freda
Lutsky, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs.
Ida Optner and Chaplain H.
Freund.
^Pfjf"*1'*
Your CompleV Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St., Miami
WHEN NERVOU* HEADACHES
PESTER ME
I FIND THAT MILES NERVINE
HELPS NERVOUS TENSION
TO RELAX <^^y
AND LEAVES ME *^ S
CALM,SERENE .
WHEN Functional Nervoua
Disturbance* such as Sleep-
lessness, Crankiness, Excitability,
Restlessness or Nervous Headache
interfere with your .work or spoil
your good times, take
Dr. Miles Nervine
(Liquid or Effervescent Tablets)
Nervous Tension can make yon
Wakeful, Jittery, Irritable. Ner-
vous Tension can cause Nervooa
Headache and Nervous Indiges-
tion. In times like these, we are
more likely than usual to become
overwrought and nervous and to
wish for a good sedative. Dr.
Miles Nervine is a good sedative
mild but effective.
If you do not use Dr. Mflea
Nervine you cant know what it
will do for you. It comes In
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 tablets 35# snd 7M.
Liquid M and $1.00. Read diree-
bm only aa directed.
HAT
H E N
HERE
(Thla column Is conducted by the
ireater Miami Jewish Federation in
cooperation with The Jewish Florid-
Ian aa a community service. To Inform
the community of your organization's
actlvMles and to avoid conflicts In
dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for
'Community Calendar." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
Sun., Feb. 13: Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, Initial Gift
Meeting "Brunch," Monte Carlo,
Dade boulevard and West ave-
nue, Miami Beach, 11 a. m.; Ath-
letic Rally, Beach Y, 2 p. m.;
Valentine Day Youth Frolic,
Beach Y, 7:30 p. m.
Mon.. Feb. 14: Hadassah. Mi-
ami chapter, regular meeting.
Atlantis hotel roof, Miami Beach,
2 p. m.; B. B. Girls, boat ride,
Seven Seas, 8:30 p. m.
Tues.. Feb. 15: Beth Sholem
Sisterhood, pledge luncheon. 12
noon, Beth Sholem Center; Hillel
Foundation, dinner, Continental
Restaurant, Alton Road, Miami
Beach, 8 p. m.; National Home
for Jewish Children at Denver,
Wofford hotel, 8 p. m.
Wed.. Feb. 16: Beth David
Sisterhood, regular meeting, Beth
David auditorium, 2:30 p. m.;
Workmen's Circle Branch No.
692, regular membership meeting,
25 Washington avenue, 8:30 p. m.
Thurs.. Feb. 17: Beth David
Sisterhood, card party, Beth Da-
vid auditorium, 8 p. m.
Fri.. Feb. 18: Forum Series. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
"Religion in the Post War
World." Beach Y, 1:30 p. m.
Sat, Feb. 19: Eighth Annual
Concert, Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches, Beth Jacob Synagogue, 9:15
p. m.
Sun., Feb. 20: Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, Special Gift
Meeting "Brunch," Monte Carlo.
Dade boulevard and West ave-
nue, Miami Beach, 11 a. m.; con-
cert, Beach Y, 4 p. m.
FEDERATION SPEAKERS
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and
Rabbi Max Shapiro, co-chair-
man of the speaker's division
of the 1944 United Appeal of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, have issued a call to
all organisations in Greater Mi-
ami to invite speakers to ad-
dress members meetings about
the campaign. If your organi-
sation is holding a meeting be-
tween now and campaign time,
call 3-5412 and ask for Speak-
ers' Bureau or write to cam-
paign headquarters. 1002 Con-
gress building. Arrangements
will be made to have a speaker
at your meeting.
UNITED STATES ASKED
TO AID IMMIGRATION
(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1)
ate's foreign relations commit-
tee. An identical resolution was
introduced in the house last
week. The resolution also urged
establishment of a Jewish com-
monwealth.
"This resolution," Sen. Wagner
told the senate, "reaffirms the
historic policy of the government
of the government of the United
States, formulated by the con-
gress in June, 1922, when it un-
animously passed a joint resolu-
tion sponsored by the late Sen-
ator Lodge of Massachusetts,
then chairman of the commit-
tee on foreign relations."
JEWISH WAR VETS ARE
BIG SELLERS OF BONDS
New YorkFor selling more
than $25,000,000 of war bonds
I during the third war loan drive,
I more than twice its quota of $12,-
1000,000, the Jewish War Veter-
I ans of the United States were
| presented with the treasury de-
partment's citation of award.
CHEST DRIVE REPORTED
IN PRECARIOUS STAGE
(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1)
and depends entirely upon cover-
age. The women's division are
doing a magnificent job, as us-
ual, in covering their prospects,
although the necessity for sev-
eral repeat calls to find the con-
tributor at home brings a request
from all division chairmen that
"persons who are waiting to be
called upon for their contribution
are urgently requested to mail
check or pledge to War Chest
headquarters, 127 N. W. 2nd St.,
Miami. Please consider this a
patriotic effort in conservation of
gasoline, tires and woman-power."
This request holds good for all
divisions, as this is not a project
where citizens need wait to be
asked personally to contribute,
when they have been informed of
the needs for local welfare, ser-
vice men's recreation centers, and
United Nations Relief, explains
Mr. Dooly.
Friday's report meeting at the
Miami Women's Club, 12:00 noon,
will honor the women workers
in the campaign. Seating ar-
rangements will be rearranged so
that men will act as hosts to the
women, and the program will be
in charge of Mrs. George Castle-
man Estill, chairman, with her
co-chairmen, Mrs. Hollis Rine-
hart. Mrs. Walter D. Rowlands
and Mrs. J. B. Davidson.
Dooly urges a full report Fri-
day with the greatest possible
approach to the final goal. The
interim from that day to the 15th
of February is intended only for
clean-up, and all cards should be
covered if humanly possible by
Friday. Stop cards on advance
gifts are to be disregarded from
now on. It has become a matter
of getting the money in and then
it can be credited to the division
to which it has been charged.
Dr. R. S. Akers
DENTIST
Office Hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Saturdays
New Offices Now Located at
1596 N. W. 36th St.. Miami
PHONE 2-2131
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224 WEST FLAGLER STREET
OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M.
POST TIME 2*0 EVERY WEEK-OAT
AFTERNOON THROtiCH MARCH 4
A caididate fir til McLtiiiR
I Wideoer NnlicAis
horse that a poet could write
ecstatically about, a composer grow lyrical ewer,
on author writs thrillingly. Here a horse the
reportert like to write about and a sons shot
the public tings about. Here h a hons that more
than fulfilled lb* promise.
H* wot bred is Kentucky, not fashionably but
well, and was punhud at She Saratoga sots*
for $730.00 by Albert Sato* of Chicago. He
Is five years old now with a briWant record of
achievement behind htm and In* Mwlikood of
a great racing year b*for* Mm. To dot* n* not
won almost $330,000 and In the course of that
fortune hunt ho* triumphed m some of the greatest
rocet in America and defeated most of the best.
The year of 1943 was an off-year for this game
litHe Thoroughbred for h* wo* out of training
much of me thee. But lot* in the season he
flashed some of the great form which *om*d
him fame and fortune. Today he it at friabxm
Park In training for the McLennan and the
Wkfener Handkap*. His trainer "Sarae" Swenke.
ay* he k fit and ready to run and any day
now you'll tee hi* name in the entris*.
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PERSONALS
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen. 505
12th street, gave a buffet lunch-;
eon recently to celebrate
"engagement
OBITUARIES
LEE LAMBERT
Zionist leaders at Miami Beach
preached Zionist funeral settees
on Saturday toi i- ..;
,,f miH Meridian avenue, a di
r in the Beach Z
i, da,! last :
Rabbi Irving L.
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chapel.
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CONTINENTAL TOODS TO SUIT THE PALVrV*
All Pastries Baked on the Premises
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS
during to Organisations. Partias. and Banqu-,
Buy Series E Bond* Nowl Buy Series E BojJV-
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS


MARY HIRSCH

no *nh to remind th taxpayers that it ia necessary to fiU
cation for homestead exemption thia yr, and that is with tVr'H
saor Thia office will in turn certify the exemption to th. *!
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it haa been allowed. Applications irt to'fl'*?S
lwtan January 1ft and April let It .e neceaaary however ",S
, property returni and apecial exemption forme, auch as wido-. !'H
Suability exempt.on., be filed w.t i the mumnn.i.- i." *-.**
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I flPHI DnVC GREATE?uIS^*? ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewteh Federation
hill I J %M Thm Iwtoh Weliare Board Help Ut KnP Record of Our Men in Service
MED SERVICE
3essie Milter, daughter of
irnip Lou Miller, South Mi-
Is left for Washington
Ehe will take six weeks'
{course with department
V preliminary to foreign
Miss Miller, graduate
Ja State College for Worn-
,nber of Alpha Xi Delta,
retary to Bryan Hanks for
_>cr of years and until re-
fwas translator with office
orship.
h B. Pomerance, Miami
[who flew one of the first
krts to Midway island, re-
to Hawaii with the injur-
becn promoted to major
,enix, Ariz. Maj. Pomer-
rho was stationed at Hick-
Id, T. H., at the outset of
Jr. has completed 23 months
\\gn duty and now is flight
at the Arizona base.
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SERVICE
p\ p\ r\ r\ r\
PARADE!
MILTON ROSENBLATT IS
MISSING IN ACTION
Mrs^ Rose Rosenblatt, 246 Jef-
ferson avenue,
Miami Beach,
was notified by
the war depart-
ment that her
son, Lt. Milton
Rosenblatt, is
missing after raid
over France. He
was an army air
-----------------pilot, and last
visited here while on leave in
June, 1943.
I Ave Rood, son of Mr. and
Jorris Rood, 358 Meridian
\, Miami Beach, is home on
|h after 18 months' foreign
A member of an anti-
unit of the coast artillery,
II report to Camp Shelby,
[for reassignment.
George H. Fay, USA, and
fay arrived Thursday from
eonard Wood, Rolla, Mo.,
end a brief furlough with
ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Garfunkle, 2018 S. W. 16th
Ens. Sidney Lionel Betvinick,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bes-
vinick, 736 Collins avent^e, spent
his first, leave home since enter-
ing the service nine months ago.
A graduate of the University of
Florida school of chemical engin-
eering. Ens. Besvinick received
his indoctrination training at
Notre Dame. He was later trans-
ferred to the Brooklyn, N. Y..
navy yard and is now stationed at
Cornell university where he is
taking a Diesel engineering
course.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERO
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIQ, Vlce-Chalrman
J08EPH A. BERMAN. Sc.
Executive Committee
Mr*. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman,
Maurice Grossman. Louis Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mn. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alex-
ander F. Miller. at Roth, Fred
Shochet. Milton Sirkin, Joseph
Stein, Mrs. Herman Wallach. Carl
Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
CAPTAIN BERNSTEIN IN
INTERESTING LETTER
. Michael Mirelson. who
Bit 960 Jefferson avenue, be-
jduction in the army last
Bias been in training in the
fe desert in California. An-
Miami Beach resident,
.scar Reiser, who lived at
,. Bay road, also trained in
nia.
ton Goldweber. 1256 San
t\ avenue, is enrolled in the
le service training station
Petersburg as a radio stu-
Lt (jg) I. B. Berk, former Mi-
amian associated with the Lipton
insurance agency, will complete
his basic training February 17th,
at the armed guard school. Gulf-
port, Miss. He sends personal
regards to all of his many friends
and acquaintances here.
Ariation Cadet Jess A. Kim
mel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
L. Kimmel of 831 9th street, has
been commissioned a lieutenant
in the army air forces at the
Carlsbad, N. M., air field. He
completed his training as a "triple
threat" man in dead-reckoning,
navigation and aerial gunnery.
Pfc. Sidney Needelman. son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Needelman, 659
Meridian avenue, has graduated
from Gulfport field. Miss
AAFTC school for airplane me-
chanics and basic training center.
Sent overseas last April, Lt.
T. Needelman is on duty with the
fifth army, commanded by Lt.
Gen. Mark Clark. In a letter to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Needelman, 659 Meridian
avenue, Miami Beach. He is a
brother of Sidney.
Captain William H. Bernstein.
now in the service of the United
States armed forces, in a recent
letter to his wife who resides
with their three children at 4656
N. Bay road, reminded her to
make sure that their contribu-
tions were made to the present
campaigns.
He mentioned specifically the
war chest, Jewish Federation and
Red Cross.
He stated: "It's along about
this time of the year that the
fund raising campaigns, to-wit,
war chest, Federation of Jewish
Charities and Red Cross are held
at home. I know you never for-
get to contribute. If you feel
you can go a little more, dear,
do so. This New Year has 365
days. If none of those days are
wasted, then perhaps this year of
1944 will see the endof the
European phase of the war at
least. May this New Year bring
me that longed for reunion with
you and our three chicks."
Captain Bernstein was a prac-
ticing physician on Miami Beach
and participated actively in the
drives prior to his entering the
services.
ONAILTHEFRONTS
Lt. Sidney C. Novell, 26, of Nor-
ristown, Pa., an army air corps
officer, was killed in action while
participating in a raid on Han-
over, Germany. Before entering
the service more than three years
ago, he attended Dickinson col-
lege and Temple university. He
was a former president of A. Z. A.
St. Herbert Baliky. 22, of the
Bronx, bombardier and aerial
engineer on duty in the India
area, is missing in action. An
RCA telegraph worker in civil
life, he enlisted in the air force
nearly two years ago.
Lt. Charles A. Blumenfeld, 25,
of Jamaica, N. Y., navigator of the
Flying Fortress "You Buy 'Em,
We'll Drop 'Em," holds the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross, an Oak
Leaf Cluster to the DFC, the Air
Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clus-
ters. Lieutenant Blumenfeld,
with 25 bombing attacks to his
credit, has participated in the
Schweinfurt, Gdynia, Bremen,
and Stuttgart assaults, as well as
the Regensburg North Africa
"shuttle" bombing.
Lt. Harvey D. Kaufman. 23, of
Springfield, Mass., a veteran of
50 operational flights out of a
North African base, wears the
Air Medal and nine Oak Leaf
Clusters. A Flying Fortress
bombardier, Lieutenant Kaufman
is now back in the United States.
David Lemelman. former Mi-
ami attorney, promoted to first
lieutenant at Camp Kearns, Utah,
where he serves as assistant judge
advocate. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Barnett Lemelman, and for-
merly lived at 2351 S. Miami ave-
nue.
rard S. Resnick. 18, son of
id Mrs. Saul Resnick, 1559
avenue, took his boot
ig in the navy at Bain-
Md., and has been grad-
as honor student at a navy
klist school at Fort Lauder-
/ith the rating of petty of-
l.'c.
ral Aviation Cadet Law-
Coyne, son of Harry Coyne.
Icon transferred to Corpus
ti. Texas, after completing
Binary flight training course
piview, 111.
Aviation Cadet Morton Charles
Freedman, recently arrived at the
Missouri Institute of Aeronautics
near Sikeston, Mo., for additional
flight training. Previous to his
entry into the air corps. Cadet
Freedman attended the Universi-
ty of Florida. He is the son of
Mrs. Freda Freedman, 5550 La-
Grange drive.
Jeffrey Morton Kaufman.
seaman 2/c, 1334 Washington
avenue, has completed his basic
training at Sampson, N. Y., and
has been granted leave.
Sgt. Louis N. Kase, 31. of
Hazleton, Pa., recipient of the
Distinguished Service Cross and
the Purple Heart, is missing in
action. Radio operator on a B-24
Liberator that took part in the
Ploesti raids, Sergeant Kase "per-
formed his duties with great
skill and perserverance." His
plane was badly damaged, but
managed to stay on its course.
"Although it was almost certain
that the flames from burning oil
tanks would, at the low-level of
attack, ignite the gasoline that
flowed from one of the air-craft's
damaged fuel tanks, T/Sgt. Kase
remained at his post, and in the
face of almost certain death, vali-
antly and heroically executed has
duties."
S Sgt. Frank Glaisman. 29, of
Chicago, 111., holder of the Air
Medal, an Oak Leaf Cluster, and
the Purple Heart, is missing in
the Southwest Pacific. Awarded
the Purple Heart for wounds in-
curred in action, he was subse-
quently decorated with the Air
Medal for heroism during the
battle of Wake island and was
then given an Oak Leaf Cluster
when, on another mission, he
ignored his own wounds to look
after other injured members of
the crew during the five-hour
journey back to their base.
Cpl. Arthur Altman. 26, of Oak
Park, 111., who entered the marine
corps three years ago and par-
ticipated in the first raids on the
Solomons, was killed in action on
Guadalcanal.
Ensign Leon S. Darling, 25. of
McKeesport and Pittsburgh, Pa.,
a naval officer assigned to a sub-
chaser, was killed in action dur-
ing an enemy air raid over Pal-
ermo, Sicily. A lawyer in civilia/
life, he had been in service more
than a year.
K&ep t+teAn in C/ctua
MEDICINE CABINET
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Heaaacha, "Maniac After" Aeaiaat
Maaclas, Acid IaaiceeUea. Plea
prompt, effective. mmt .
ONEQDAY
TAMIN d TABLE
put This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army-
rvy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
fill name of nearest kin_____
lationship_________Address
Serial No.
Street City
.... Birthplace...
State
City State
Marital Status,---------
Date
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formation Transmitted by-
klephone number_________-
Lt. Charles K. Hecht. Jr.. of
Columbus, Ga., recipient of the
Air Medal for service over Eur-
ope, has been reported missing in
action. A student at the Univer-
sity of North Carolina, Lieuten-
ant Hecht enlisted in the army
three years ago. After serving
with the infantry for a year, he
won appointment as an aviation
cadet and earned his commission
in the air corps last January.
This is the second war tragedy to
strike the Hecht home. Lieuten-
ant Hecht's brother, Major Morris
Hecht, was killed in action in the
South Pacific last August.
Pfc. Isadore Levy. 29, of Pitts-
burgh, Pa., member of an anti-
aircraft gun crew, was killed in
action on New Guinea. In ser-
vice two years, he was on du'.y
in Australia 14 months before be-
ing transferred to New Guinea.
A brother. Lieutenant Reinhardt
Levy, is stationed in California.
Hick Vitamin potency at low
ONE-A-DAY Vitamin Tableta. A
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plex tableta in the trey box.
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LNERVINJU
For Sleep leetneee. IrrMa-
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etleesneee. wben doe to N<
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PALM BEACH NOTES
MRS. MART SGHREBNICX Representative
Fireman Harry Brody. 21. of
Brooklyn, missing in action, was
serving on a destroyer sunk in the
South Pacific. An automobile m
chanic in civilian life, Brody was
president of the Young People's
Fellowship of the Hebrew Educa-
tional Society, Brooklyn. ____
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110 N. W. 4th Street
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HUDAY.
FEBRUARy,
NOTES OF Y. M. H. A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
Leslie Balogh Bain will be
Of I
Anti Semi
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami

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MARX FEINBERG
The constitution of Sholem
rovides that meetings
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rig. however, if you are in a
have an
meeting to
ure. there
Milton
best part
round -
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foi the lad us and the men
nt'hich will be auctioned mdi-
to the highest bond pur-
.. ihould provide a
' fun for the hecklers who
pre* nl and for the
purchase ra who are always buy-
At this writing, we have
. '000 in "E" bonds and
sales of all category
Kceeds $800,000. Our
the chairman of the
mforting to note
Ifji in the van of
imunal organizations on
fourth w Let's keep
world situ .
Eui rector Maurice G
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FUNERAL HOME
710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI
TEL. 3-34.31
Moderate Costs Always
Within the Means of
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"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"

Worthy and Deserves
Your Full Support and
Recommendation

SERVING MIAMI BEACH
AND MIAMI

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emulation of the
mmunity.
I announce-
ment the details on the
..nquet h.... an ived. On
15th. which is Tues-
B, ;it the Continen-
ts n 1709 Alton road,
augural din-
ting the estab-
no last minute n
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un February 29th a,
ficers will be instant
Will be sent u?$?A
will be announced0!, "ij
column. ^ m noii
Last Monday nilh, J
auxiliary tendeif S
bingo party at th Wnf
and ani advig *<*
Garry Glatt and Ch*vV
co-cha.rm.v, ,hat JJl
an outstanding succSi
auxiliary e.rneTO"'
proxbnately $200 ^m
present bad a w^5JJi
This should indiSSS'
that there is a dduZi
more aocja affairs *Ji
be held jointly. '
I would like to enlmJ
readers as t the rw*
being dor., by Milton
I happen to i.ave an _
to observe the work heal
since Milton is in the na
to me. and it appears tot
almost 8ij per cent of i
during t: :hree
been devoti : cxclusivdn
bond drive, and the othej
cent in hoi ling commit!*-
ings and taking care of ku
ness Thi> is a sacnfwi
made >;. |.,r \^\
the lo It wouldn't hurt you .,
while to th: a in a word of*.
to Milton in appreciation
since found out that the L.
between the honor of beu||
dent an.i the sacrifice
necessarily have to be
extreme]-.
Buy War Savings Bon*
nojji
August bros ^
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see
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Properties
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Lots. Homes. Hotels
Apartment Houses
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REALTOR
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PHONE 5-5875
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PAGE FOUR The Jewish Floridian • Main Offices U 5 W Second Ami Fta Pk*M141 Entered as Second r Jufr •' •"r : Ma -"-the Act of -• --" Florida, under ti FRET X SK-VHET Mi-i*:^: Ed -..;.-.-] Year s: : Sis -•' nthi ft '• :: FLOIOA. FRIDAY SHEBAT 1" 5TM VOLUME IT SVMBI FOLK SONGSTRESS TO GIVE BEACH RECITAL Gi ber B 1 nm>AY. rORUAJ Yn j TIDBrrS FROM EVER Mud£y Confidential Jy PHINEAS I. BIRONLISTEN HERE Pierce van Paaen. basing his information on o Telegraph Agency news story, startled the recent New Conierence of the United Palestine Appeal when he listeners that the State Department had notified the Sek> Conierence oi the United Palestine Appeal when he told 2 listeners that the State Department had notified the Sekx&I Serv:ce Commission that Washington henceforth recomj, Palestine as a co-belligerent None of the ZionistlS M I A M I A • The Kite) Advisory Coui %  ..-. :: Gteaiei Mic i u spccsorii • an bauauraJ Dinner ao Tuesday of this commg wee* Much comment has been ebcued beet the wrifl • u .... u --5j; peg v ;^e ccasaderction must be yiven to the purpose wil] re used Foi tb B first cms the -. has already proved La m *>'i the npus home :• %  %  out V ren snts b order tc i bee spiritually zr.c phvsicaliy Kiile! .Bad work:-.c ^ i Tr.r funds raised r t sdeai .-: Amencsj '•TheNw Revisionjgj ••".'.ernatio( The Jewish Education Assocouos dubbed the IEA has o -:..:c5 %  : irectct We have enncuec thea activities jc'.f:;: times w-.ti the sole needs support ?•:•• %  <.::. aeridcscn ws :r.;; ~ ::~ Bwail the • Oat nomnr ir .n thoucn grow.nj ropjcy has DM a* yet A.-.reached the i:-_e :: sppreaauac cultural program Attend ITt^SSTFa GENERALASSEIvffiLY OF baaul was il :r. tumeclu? tcl Pl>. NWss BOARD HOLDS MEETING t rosi '.'•'-Wm* CCS" S.ED "C P*ii •( -i-. — ....._.._ AA • %  .-._ •-%  r -i : ; IOK : S •.;.;-e Frank Murpnys ^nnsnan committee to defend ]e** nghts and help in the rescue of European Jewry--th cam* :ee oi which Wendell Wilkie is vicexhairman—has beeH • consuMotton with several leaders of the American Jewi Conference. • Lessing Rosenwald. head c: the Co^J fudaisna the organization which is fighting political Ziooii was not reelected to the Board of Directors of the AmTl Jewish Cc. -..T.itiee at its recent annual conference. ist Organinttoa. popularly known as the ludge PTOskauer's formula for an Meeship foe Palestine. LITERARY NEWS : .:s: pr.ze in a unique literary contest was recer/Jy cwardsjl poem entitled Psalm" and describing the tragedy oi 3 saw ghetto The competition was sponsored by a Polsi underground magazine, and the entries were suhm.tted andfc : r.cvs a-str-buted through the underground organization 4a operates under the noses of the gestapo. Franz Werieii undez the weather, but he must be mighuiy cheered bi the reception hk brainchildren are getting these cays. .. %  Seng oi Bemadette" is going strong in its movie version, i : bom Boston is to the effect that the Theatre Gxld press* I lotion of bit comedy lacobowsky and the Colc.-.e; on a p Broadway run in the Bean City, is bound to be a sure-fire hi Playing the role of the Jewish refugee Jacobowsky, inbds* ally is reraaee Oscar Karlweis, who until recently was iectoed in Rosalinda the late Maz Reinhardt production. FROM THE GRAPEVINE Hitler, they re saying is busy studying Spanish. CoupWl w.th this Timor is one that a lot of zxzzi money has ::ind reragi in a South American country, the implication being thai .-.az. bigwig owners oi this cash expect eventually to find dm I there. Spanish teachers, in other words, are "doing wefls Hitlerkxnd these days. And while we're at it we mcya| well pass cr. tl-.e gag cired by a radio reporter the other day. Its a ::aale supposedly current in Germany now: "Wbcfi I the d !" erence between an optimist and a pessimist?'' .. Tk\ axmwm s An opttastal u a German who's tatng —cbi lessens— a peariBuM ^ QM who's learning RussianTRUE TALES '_i:e 'zr.zr. ) C-c.as-ea^ of New York is a regular manys'l :: Boon tnot-tymgs to his credit His la* img by the way wai that of Saalmg Baruch .': to beae ban But what we sicr.ed out toil you this manyi&g baakHBi is extremely unprohtableta His He nor j does he colect no fee. but is tne coa re has expended over $7.00 on postcge stcrnpilD e mcala tba required documents to City Hall-hj ese weddings not c i :o=ba thou : hendmg the "idge a postage stem. -er i| The other night Dorothy Thompson *zs a gu* M i: WeiagaL She met man. e i**l bul -.pressed by a husky man who a^"| ..-. V.ddish exclusively. She :.. -&*] :.~. becauM of ber knowledge of Germcn.J r.ess to '~r.z out who this man was So— *| Tiwuh the one and only C a., m the seme mameloshen ABOUT PEOPLE bkstf the axis is the 2J0(Mon r -? er ^*^3| :hed in a ceremony witnessed ny No !" the in-jn* re Tatnrig k still on crutches are: me Wp* Peari Harbor and by his father V.re Aczs Taussng whose memorandum on Japonese p^ --i S a:es was hoceed down not toe many y^l lust •i.-r.t: =: and sull going strong is WazW &*"*! :s :::.i_r.or. Cecil fcown ti rru=er.OB| • -. crt the a^i rcthez than submit to the Cokl ca Broadcasting S.stems censorship, is going bt b 2SSX£ NCE :s -^SED BROTHERHOOD WEEK ::s CH %  : r* £ ^.f.. 5 ,5 5 6 -"--^ -" -' "•'.a;.. e: Wmchell'e real name %  if? 6 -* •• s ever, mere vehement dezual oi tzue %  • Waiter •e known, is correct 11—rhfw^ has *** act a wca r.e ks hrst put the lupshits' ksg on Winchel*-"^ 1 T-r %  ;. ---.. : EVEBYTBIKC AS IT Midi B Our dsMsjsjssj LaomWdsje of sll SJIIII ol nnuh 1 a ow coodern


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PAGE SEC *jewl§tJhrkHa!]_ raPAYj ano^ 1t0l000>0>t n^pm^^ y^ ^wwwi %  %  WW I WH P ,.,., %  %  %  i > i •— SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS Dr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen. 505 12th street, gave a buffet lunch-; eon recently to celebrate "ENGAGEMENT OBITUARIES LEE LAMBERT Zionist leaders at Miami Beach preached Zionist funeral settees on Saturday toi i%  ..; ,, f miH Meridian avenue, a di r in the Beach Z i, da,! last : Rabbi Irving L. %  Rj %  chapel. Hi "THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURT; 1709 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH PHoIL*' CONTINENTAL TOODS TO SUIT THE PALVrV* All Pastries Baked on the Premises CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS during to Organisations. Partias. and Banqu-, Buy Series E Bond* Nowl Buy Series E BojJVNOTICE TO TAXPAYERS %  MARY HIRSCH • no *nh to remind th taxpayers that it ia necessary to fiU cation for homestead exemption thia yr, and that is with tVr'H saor Thia office will in turn certify the exemption to th. %  .ii.t.ei after it haa been allowed. Application, r ."""""il I pi sesso ipaht.et WEDDINGS it haa been allowed. Applications irt to'fl'*?S lwtan January 1ft and April let It .e neceaaary however ",„S property returni and apecial exemption forme, auch as wido-. !'H Suability exempt.on., be filed w.t i the mumnn.i.i." *-.**• %  ( ."ty. ,,..„. <„ % % %  .•" lu.mi. ucn as widow's ..iLTl be filed with the municipality w tl ***& Rev. and Mrs. B. Sail i of j„ Harbor. Ind •; v. • %  %  %  ride ol L'SA GI ert J rd • %  el All Miss Muriel Sloan. 1 L. 1 -• %  ESTHER BERMAN I I M A %  %  Respectfully. VAN C. KUSSROW, Actm '0 Ataeiaop 0 t 7— Oade Count, LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES^ B 14: BIRTHS GUSTAVE I • : BRIS — i V %  E. 55th 1 Ben Siltheir resid ... 1754 S. W. noon, with Ral I S M Ma tei llthStri ticiating. GOLDSTEIN Mi MI. ml NTH Jl i-M.s C( .1 RT Notice I K-.I: i.\ni: ...IN rv. v IN I new m (•F i\A1 lU'.llINi: JODON1 BAR MITZVAH fZ/f/W"""'"" A ^r m\ of a IIAVIIE FEtEt.U MORTGAGE V •LOW RATES EASY PAYMENTS LONG TIME TO PAY • PROMPT SERVICE • A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With You* LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVfcH S7.950.000 IA\IG FBMtaiL ?*T^ p MIAMI 4 MO I T M lAt 1 II II AVIngl %  %  %  27th 1 S'anlej Sei • • .: A recepl %  will I • G reel RED CROSS ACCEPTING APPLICANTS FOR AIDES A| i • • w being, ... Florenc. W stru • Men mil %  \ 1 1 A HI M A N I •• NOTICE TO CREDITORS i ill I '• : ou %  %  • ... I I %  I... N J i' i.l'. a n I ih. 19.13 MAHIK Ki l.I. \* \ %  iris '. %  Will • %  .TMI:I:INK \ II MU>M \\: ].. .i \ \ m ::; N % lurid in th. n I uit i ENGLISH IS CANDIDATE TO SUCCEED HIMSELF IN Tin: I-II: H KI...|;|].\ .HI \ ) in • 1.1.. NOTICE TO APPE To HAY.Mi >.N|i A* ,1 I • AHI. v snil. J HCHI LKH i I", i.i uai >. \ ii. to skse< ad In thi .lo MI .HI i.| .1 .•• %  :.. ill %  .. aujrainst I ; Court IJ K*UIB • Seal N ia/Oil %  i n-n I i NOTICE UNDER FiCTlT'Ml NAVE LAW I i i Wlli ..M I M W iM.srOiJ N..t.. rtree thatSa| derataned, pui the "•_, Name >•,•.-. ("hu|itri \ :-•• %  INI, trill .th !(* the Clrruil L'ourl in and Fl '"' i-ountx. not :eW< nt) of lh.de Ht.u „ r „„,,„. ^...., ritiivis nami town PAN CAN IMPORTING COMPAK1 whhh I nil • 1 7 N E rirel %  m tbf I Miami. Bio That the pa l tlJ huxlnetva • f Htl f"IHJJ UPON KAPLAN Attoinev f.,i Ai'i'llrant i/u>ti-n : 4-n MOTICI UNDER FICTITIO NAME LAW MAT i-nNt'O f> %  JOSin M. UFTOH. PRE81DBKT vMMJt/muntm'——~ w**"m m will quj .• B !" W SCHOOL IS NOW TAKING 16 YEAR OLDS "1 Announcemenl hunt was mad,. ___^jsredtly t-xpanri. nent callina i,,, Z. a s Henry St. <£&%£$**• d .': nt "f the F.,ioral r v \ n> Chlil Chrte* Co S mci of called on ChriS '" An rica. ?elr Person! ref^nn' ,num v other ntff'SS" *h all, ,n* the K r ( .a" Am nS f solv 'Problem" American race Buy w ~ ir s^ri^ dI NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED |" I .' r.v OIVBN M,.t lU and So H:.:J de \ i, in iffi lai deed Said CVrtll •' • • II *ln dea • %  %  ,, • 14 Coral Way l-.at Book 14. %  Dad*. of amid proMrty 1 will .,•.• u. m ,he • nn .. %  • thatl %  %  i. the p i • III I* .1,| to • %  House • ,• • • Monday ,n the ', %  h"h i h' 1>44 f January. % %  \ HRJUfAN k ; t i '..mt •• t*County, noi rtl i • C • . l "ir drrsdsnnl. Iur 'J* %  !" Name BUtUti H %  %  -' Vil Chaptei N '%  "'. % • i4i. Mill !• rl •"> 5*,: UM CIPI all %  %  ,n !" L" Covaty. norMa. :•"' %  ^JS. al ..f publlraii-.fi ..f .n" ""'VV-'-Ffl -> ntloua name, • -*• %  jl'',1 i.iNi'ii in de waica *.', • pud L JvT T,..t ia. r 1 M MM.. I IDA MWSSaii I.K'i.V K VII.AN „ mtm ittornci • U** 811 | I i4-:i-:i : -n GOATB MIA^S MOST CONVlr fllV LOCAT DOC TIACK NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAY



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%  wJewisti Fiondiam 25553 F^p Jhewiislh HJinity H VOLUME 17— NO. 6 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS Federation To Launeh Initial Solicitation for Funds Sunday — i The 1944 United Appeal of the %  Greater Miami Jewish FederaItion will officially launch its Jsolicitation of contributions at I;, •brunch" this Sunday, FebruEry 13, when the Initial Gift %  Division holds its first meeting. %  The "brunch" will be held at %  the Monte Carlo, Dade boulevard land West Avenue, Miami Beach, [starting at 11 a. m. [ The co-chairmen of the Initial [Gift Division, Sam Blank and [Ben Bronston have arranged the [meeting in cooperation with the [campaign chairman, Jacob Sher. [A special list of federation supporters has been invited to the brunch." Milton Weill, chairman of the [public relations committee of the Rational Jewish Welfare board, Iv. ill be the guest speaker of the ['brunch." Mr. Weill has been acItive in Jewish social welfare and [fund-raising appeals in New I York City and nationally for a [number of years. He was an associate chairman of the New York [United Jewish Appeal last year and was also prominent in the %  activities of the Business Men's %  Council of the New York federation in its last campaign. A veteran of the last world war who [saw service overseas, Mr. Weill [has been especially active in the I program of the National Jewish Welfare board and is a member | of its executive committee. I Among other offices, he is vice president of the New York YMHA, vice chairman of the board of directors of the Park Avenue Synagogue, and is a member of the executive committee of the Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'rith. Solicitaion of Initial Gift contributors to the federation campaign will be continued throughout the week of February l4*.h. Upon completion of this work, the campaign special gift division will undertake solicitation of contributors in its group. During the past week Campaign Chairman Jacob Sher issued an urgent appeal to campaign workers to volunteer for assignment for campaign teams. In a letter which was sent to 6000 Jewish homes in Greater Miami he said, "Our task this year will be greater than ever before. Our campaign goal has been increased 40 per cent over our 1943 goal. In order to achieve our goal we must reach many new subscribers and prevail upon our old contributors to give more than ever before. This requires manpower. And we will need new workers to take the place of those who have entered the service of our country since our last campaign." Campaign workers may respond to Mr. Sher's appeal by phoning campaign headquarters and speaking to Benjamin B. Goldman, campaign director, to volunteer their services. Campaign team assignments will be announced in the near future. Beach City Council Endorses Bill of Senators Wagner-Taft o The Miami Beach city council in Palestine, and; at a meeting Wednesday morning unanimously endorsed the Wagner-Taft resolution introduced in the senate by Senators Wagner "Whereas, on April 27th, 1943, the general assembly of the state of Florida passed a concurrent resolution, approved by the govand Taft and introduced in the, ernor, calling for the establishhouse by Congressmen Ranulf ment of a Jewish national home Compton and James A. Wright. J in Palestine as an act of justice The .resolution expresses "profor the stricken Jewish masses found sympathy toward the helpin accordance with the principals DR. SACHAR TO ATTEND HILLEL COUNCIL MEET The first public function of the Hillel Advisory Council will take place Tuesday evening, February 15th, at 8 p. m. in the form of an Inaugural Dinner at the Continental restaurant, 1709 Alton Road, Miami Beach. The af(CONTINUED ON PAOE 5> REGISTRATION BOOKS OPEN IN PRECINCTS County registration books will be open in the various precincts from Tuesday. February 8, and kept there for the registration of voters, under the requirements of registration every two years, until March 6. From March 7 to April 15 the books will be open at the supervisor of registration office in the court house. To be qualified to vote one must have been a resident of the state not less than one year and of the county not less than six months. less victims of nazi reiigious persecution and racial hatred*' and endorses the establishment of a Jewish commonwealth in Palestine. The local committee functions under the name of the Palestine Emergency Council of Greater Miami and at the request of national groups. It has representation on its directorate from practically all local organizations. The resolution was presented to the council by Harry Simonhoff. accompanied by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Anna B. Meyers and Shepard Broad. The city of Miami and other adjacent municipalities are expected to pass similar resolutions. The resolution stated: 'Whereas, the cruel persecution and ruthless extermination of the Jewish people in occupied Europe by Nazi Germany have outraged the conscience of the civilized world, and have made it manifest to men of good will everywhere that the safety and well-being of the remnants of Israel in the hate infested atmosphere of a defeated Europe lav in the maintenance and further development of a Jewish homeland SAM BLANK BEN BRONSTON Co-Chairmen, Initial Gift Division B'nai B'rith to Continue Bond Sale Through February: Stress E Series %  — < The B'nai B'rith bond selling drive, started last month with the inauguration of the fourth [war loan drive, will continue [during the entire month of February, even though the fourth [loan drive will officially end February 18th, it was announced. Milton Friedman, president of %  Sholern Lodge, B'nai B'rith. and %  chairman of the war loan drive, [announced Wednesday evening [that an overall total of $800,000 [has been sold to date and the |S2(i5,000 mark in series E, toward the $400,000 goal, has been reached. Mr. Friedman stressed the fact that the government has issued Ian urgent appeal for every individual to buy an extra E bond necessary to make the present bond effort successful. Mr. Friedman stated that the lodge will top the million dollar mark in its sales and feels confident that the $400,000 quota in series E will likewise be included in that figure. B'nai B'rith bond booths are at the Dade Federal Savings and [Loan association, 45 N. E. 1st [avenue in Miami and at the Mercantile National bank, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. The B'nai B'rith office. 330 Seybold building, also takes bond orders. In charge of the Beach office are Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein. Mrs. Sam Silver and Mrs. S. B. Miller are in charge of the Miami booths, with Sam B. Miller, treasurer of the lodge, in charge of public relations. CHEST DRIVE REPORTED IN PRECARIOUS STAGE Monday's report meeting for the War Chest of Dade County chalked up $322,240 as the total collected for the 1944 campaign for $594,110, or 55.9%, which leaves the drive in a precarious stage with only one more report meeting to go, according to Oscar E Dooly, campaign chairman. Since then workers are redoubling all efforts. A careful review of accounts still outstanding gives assurance that the mon ey is in the cards. (CONTINUBO ON PAOE t) CORDES URGES ALL TO BUY AN EXTRA BOND Horace F. Cordes, executive chairman of the war finance committee here, urged all citizens to "buy an extra bond." "We must all buy to the individual limits of our ability," he pointed out. "We have laid great stress on purchases of $100 bonds, but we don't want to neglect or leave out people who can afford to buy only a $25 bond. "Buy an extra bond this week." Cordes urged, "no matter what the denomination, big or small, so long as it's the best you can do. The purchaser of a $25 bond is making just as important a contribution to victory, proportionately, as the buyer of a million dollars' worth. Dade county must reach its quota." PEHLE NOW DIRECTOR WAR REFUGEE BOARD of self-determination, and; "Whereas, there is pending a resolution in the congress of the United States that the doors of Palestine be opened for the free entry of Jews so that the Jewish people may ultimately reconstitute Palestine as a free and democratic Jewish commonwealth; "Now, Therefore, Be it Resolved that the city council of Miami Beach expresses (a) its profound sympathy toward the helpless victims of nazi religious persecution and racial hatred, (b) its approval for the establishment of a Jewish commonwealth in Palestine, (c) its earnest hope that the congress of the United States pass the said resolution introduced jointly by Congressmen Ranuf Compton and James A. Wright in the house of representatives; and "Be it Further Resolved that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the president of the United States, the secretary of state, the senators and representatives of Florida, and the British ambassador in Washington, D. C." President Asks for All Americans To Observe Brotherhood Week o —— Washington. (JTA)—Emphasizunderstanding and justice ing that "the sons of the United through which freedom and States fight as one though they i equality flourish in human socome from every racial and culciety. tural strain and though they ] "While we are engaged in a worship at different altars," mighty struggle to preserve our President Roosevelt has issued f roe institutions and to extend a message, calling upon all Am-' the boundaries of liberty in the ericans to participate in the naearth, it is good for us to pledge tion-wide observance of brotherrenewed devotion to the fundahood week, arranged by the na; mentals upon which this nation tional conference of Christians : has been built. Brotherhood must and Jews, which starts on FebI prevail Our inescapable choice ruary 20th. j j s brotherhood or chaos. The annual observance of Brotherhood week," the president's message reads, "is a time both of reminder and dedication. It reminds us of the basic relligious faith from which democracy has grown—that all men "On land and sea and in the air, the sons of the United States fight as one though they come from every racial and cultural strain and though they worship at different altars. They are brothers in arms now, soon, pray God. are children of one Father and h sha „ be brothers in pea ce. brothers in the human family. It dedicates us to the practice of I (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Washington. (JTA)—John W. Pehle. assistant to the secretary of the treasury, whose nomination as executive director of the War Refugee Board was confirmed, visited the White House this week for a discussion of his duties. Pehle, who is 34 years old. has been in charge of foreign funds control at the treasury department. He was born in Minneapolis and took his law degree at Yale university and later taught law there. MONSKY IS RECIPIENT 1943 EPSILON AWARD New York—The 1943 Phi Epsilon Pi service award to the American Jew who had contributed most to his people was presented yesterday, January 25th, to Henry Monsky, of Omaha, president of B'nai B'rith, by Maurice Jacobs, grand superior of Phi Epsilon Pi, national Jewish college fraternity, at the Waldorf Astoria. Buy War Savings Bonds. General Assembly of Welfare Board In Meeting; S. Myers is a Director o— Pittsburgh, Pa.. (JTA*—Repmittee was set up consisting of resentatives of more than 600 Philmore J. Haber of Cleveland. Jewish communities throughout Bernard P. Kopkind of New the United States and Canada.! Haven..Morris B. Fagen of Philattending the 11th general asadelphia, Edgar J. Kaufmann of sembly of the Council of Jewish Pittsburgh. Sidney Hollander of Federation and Welfare Funds. Baltimore and David M. Watchthis week unanimously approved maker of Boston. The committee a resolution calling for the formet immediately, following mation of a "National Communiwhich it was announced by the ty Relations Advisory Council" co-chairmen, Messrs. Haber and to formulate policy in the area of civic protection. (CO NTINUED ON PAGE <> The purpose of the plan is to „„.——-. CT T rc cvrn effect the formulation of policy UNITED STATES ASKED in the civic protection field by TO A J D IMMIGRATION the joint deliberations of the na•i on ?' £"• loc a groups Under Washington. (JTA)—A resoluit, the National Community Rela-: tion urRim the United States to lions Advisory Council will conusc ts good officcs amJ take sist of representatives of the ] appropriate measures" to open leading national civic protective tne doors of Pa i estine for the agencies and of the 14 communi-, .. free entry" of Jews, was introties which have organized civic duced in the senate this week protective agencies and are memby Robert F. Wagner (N Y bers of the community relations conference. Provision is made under the plan for extending representation to include other communities and agencies interested in this problem. To put the plan into operation as promptly as possible a comDem.) and Robert Taft (Ohio Rep.). The resolution was endorsed by Sen, Alben W. Barkley, majority leader, and by Sen. Wallace H. White, minority leader. It was referred to the sen%  i i (CONTINUED FROM PACK )



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k FEBRUARY 11. 1944 ace Facts y Alexander F. Miller lorida Regional Director nti Defamation League >3ewist IkiiUmr PAGE FIVE week, your director jour! to St. Petersburg and adI the local B'nai B'rith The open forum following Jlk was one of the most exfin which we had ever been id. Sparks flew and anies stored for years were it to the surface. split between those of us feel that there is no antiJsm except in the minds of [••alarmists" and those who Jiat the situation is serious letting worse was graphicjlustrated by the arguments ped on the floor. Accordthe "pish-tushers" and the is ha hers" there is no anti|sm because they had never hit over the head or insulta hate monger. Their rej with non-Jews was most \\ and. as a matter of fact, of their best friends are Jes. iifying the position of the lie thinkers the non-escapfcc refer to a recent statefmade by J. Edgar Hoover, or of the FBI. Mr. Hoover that anti-Semitism is being JS a weapon by all treasonplementa in the country. is the professional antiEos with whom racial hatred means to achieve another jse, most anti-Semities can |vided into two categories: 11 minority brought up with Semitic prejudices and hatred is sp deep that [are immune to education Jnhghtenment, and the large pty whose anti-Semitism is %  It of ignorance and of being need by the propaganda of Jsional anti-Semites. Ito the present situation, Mr. >r, pointed out that unforely, the hostility toward has increased in certvn where ignorance and backless prevail. ?IST LEADER NAMED HEAD THE I. N. F. York. (JTA)—Judge Morlothbenberg, noted Zionist r, was unanimously elected lent of the Jewish National [at the annual meeting this I of representatives of Zionist ks affiliated with the JNF. Victory—Buy and keep on kg lionds! tenberg & Schechter's SORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL .11'. icfly Koshrr Dining Room tering fo the General Public IAI atVntln I |i ir Hi V n, Banqui V. M it h %  U %  Washington ,\v< ,\ll.nl I'.i PHONE >>.6617 ANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be SUM It • LORIDA AIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitcnnin "D" MUk "Milk Product." Dacro Protected 'EL. 2-2621 preater Miami Delivery VUlt Our Farm at •200 H. W. 32nd Street DR. SACHAR TO ATTEND HILLEL COUNCIL MEET (CONTINUE D FRO M PAQE 1) fair will commemorate the establishment of a full-time Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. The Hillel Advisory Council, recently organized, is composed of local men and women who will supervise the foundation. The house for the activities of the foundation, directed by William Kesselman, has been purchased at 3306 Ponce de Leon boulevard, Coral Gables. The proceeds of the dinner will be used for the remodeling and refurnishing of the home. The guest of honor, well known to Miamians, will be Dr. Abram L. Sachar of Champaign, 111. Dr. Sachar is national director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, which are represented on university campuses throughout the country. He will deliver an address as a feature of the evening which will also have musical entertainment. Reservations for the dinner are in charge of Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs. Sam B. Miller, Mrs. Ben Le Vine and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, and may be made by contacting any of the names mentioned or the B'nai B'rith office, 3-6306. Honorary members of the council are Dr. Bowman Foster Ashe. LLD, LITT. D., president of the University of Miami; Mary B. Merritt, A. M., dean of women, and Foster E. Alter, M. ED., dean of men. Officers of the council are Louis Heiman, chairman; Dr. Herman Meyer, vice-chairman; William Kesselman, secretary, and Sam Weissel, treasurer. Besides the honorary members and the officers, the council is composed of Samuel Blank, Stanley C. Myers, Monte Selig, David Phillips, Dr. A. E. Rosenthal, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Ben Le Vine, Mrs. Sam B. Miller, Mrs. Sam Silver. Milton Friedman, George Chertkof, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Isaac Levin, Isidor Goldstein, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Ted Sakowitz, Ben Goldman, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Freda Lutsky, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Ida Optner and Chaplain H. Freund. ^Pfjf"* 1 '* Your CompleV Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami WHEN NERVOU* HEADACHES PESTER ME I FIND THAT MILES NERVINE HELPS NERVOUS TENSION TO RELAX <^^y AND LEAVES ME *^ S CALM,SERENE W HEN Functional Nervoua Disturbance* such as Sleeplessness, Crankiness, Excitability, Restlessness or Nervous Headache interfere with your .work or spoil your good times, take Dr. Miles Nervine (Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) Nervous Tension can make yon Wakeful, Jittery, Irritable. Nervous Tension can cause Nervooa Headache and Nervous Indigestion. In times like these, we are more likely than usual to become overwrought and nervous and to wish for a good sedative. Dr. Miles Nervine is a good sedative —mild but effective. If you do not use Dr. Mflea Nervine you cant know what it will do for you. It comes In 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 tablets 35# snd 7M. Liquid M and $1.00. Read direeBM only aa directed. HAT H E N HERE (Thla column Is conducted by the • ireater Miami Jewish Federation in cooperation with The Jewish FloridIan aa a community service. To Inform the community of your organization's actlvMles and to avoid conflicts In dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for '•Community Calendar." Notification must reach Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week.) Sun., Feb. 13: Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Initial Gift Meeting "Brunch," Monte Carlo, Dade boulevard and West avenue, Miami Beach, 11 a. m.; Athletic Rally, Beach Y, 2 p. m.; Valentine Day Youth Frolic, Beach Y, 7:30 p. m. Mon.. Feb. 14: Hadassah. Miami chapter, regular meeting. Atlantis hotel roof, Miami Beach, 2 p. m.; B. B. Girls, boat ride, Seven Seas, 8:30 p. m. Tues.. Feb. 15: Beth Sholem Sisterhood, pledge luncheon. 12 noon, Beth Sholem Center; Hillel Foundation, dinner, Continental Restaurant, Alton Road, Miami Beach, 8 p. m.; National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, Wofford hotel, 8 p. m. Wed.. Feb. 16: Beth David Sisterhood, regular meeting, Beth David auditorium, 2:30 p. m.; Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692, regular membership meeting, 25 Washington avenue, 8:30 p. m. Thurs.. Feb. 17: Beth David Sisterhood, card party, Beth David auditorium, 8 p. m. Fri.. Feb. 18: Forum Series. National Council of Jewish Women, "Religion in the Post War World." Beach Y, 1:30 p. m. Sat, Feb. 19: Eighth Annual Concert, Cantor Maurice Mamches, Beth Jacob Synagogue, 9:15 p. m. Sun., Feb. 20: Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Special Gift Meeting "Brunch," Monte Carlo. Dade boulevard and West avenue, Miami Beach, 11 a. m.; concert, Beach Y, 4 p. m. FEDERATION SPEAKERS Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Max Shapiro, co-chairman of the speaker's division of the 1944 United Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, have issued a call to all organisations in Greater Miami to invite speakers to address members meetings about the campaign. If your organisation is holding a meeting between now and campaign time, call 3-5412 and ask for Speakers' Bureau or write to campaign headquarters. 1002 Congress building. Arrangements will be made to have a speaker at your meeting. UNITED STATES ASKED TO AID IMMIGRATION (CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1) ate's foreign relations committee. An identical resolution was introduced in the house last week. The resolution also urged establishment of a Jewish commonwealth. "This resolution," Sen. Wagner told the senate, "reaffirms the historic policy of the government of the government of the United States, formulated by the congress in June, 1922, when it unanimously passed a joint resolution sponsored by the late Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, then chairman of the committee on foreign relations." JEWISH WAR VETS ARE BIG SELLERS OF BONDS New York—For selling more than $25,000,000 of war bonds I during the third war loan drive, I more than twice its quota of $12,1000,000, the Jewish War VeterI ans of the United States were | presented with the treasury department's citation of award. CHEST DRIVE REPORTED IN PRECARIOUS STAGE (CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1) and depends entirely upon coverage. The women's division are doing a magnificent job, as usual, in covering their prospects, although the necessity for several repeat calls to find the contributor at home brings a request from all division chairmen that "persons who are waiting to be called upon for their contribution are urgently requested to mail check or pledge to War Chest headquarters, 127 N. W. 2nd St., Miami. Please consider this a patriotic effort in conservation of gasoline, tires and woman-power." This request holds good for all divisions, as this is not a project where citizens need wait to be asked personally to contribute, when they have been informed of the needs for local welfare, service men's recreation centers, and United Nations Relief, explains Mr. Dooly. Friday's report meeting at the Miami Women's Club, 12:00 noon, will honor the women workers in the campaign. Seating arrangements will be rearranged so that men will act as hosts to the women, and the program will be in charge of Mrs. George Castleman Estill, chairman, with her co-chairmen, Mrs. Hollis Rinehart. Mrs. Walter D. Rowlands and Mrs. J. B. Davidson. Dooly urges a full report Friday with the greatest possible approach to the final goal. The interim from that day to the 15th of February is intended only for clean-up, and all cards should be covered if humanly possible by Friday. Stop cards on advance gifts are to be disregarded from now on. It has become a matter of getting the money in and then it can be credited to the division to which it has been charged. Dr. R. S. Akers DENTIST Office Hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Saturdays New Offices Now Located at 1596 N. W. 36th St.. Miami PHONE 2-2131 0 %  I '. A < W.I3EfTl.% FIM ]T AMfPICANjlWISH DINNER < ~ £^^. 11 VV i 6 COLLINS A v I '{AMI I A C M Pallas Athena Restaurant EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING 224 WEST FLAGLER STREET OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M. POST TIME 2*0 EVERY WEEK-OAT AFTERNOON THROtiCH MARCH 4 A caididate fir til McLtiiiR I Wideoer NnlicAis horse that a poet could write ecstatically about, a composer grow lyrical ewer, on author writs thrillingly. Here a horse the reportert like to write about and a sons shot the public tings about. Here H a hons that more than fulfilled lb* promise. H* wot bred is Kentucky, not fashionably but well, and was pu nhu —d at She Saratoga sots* for $730.00 by Albert Sato* of Chicago. He Is five years old now with a briWant record of achievement behind htm and In* Mwlikood of a great racing year b* f or* Mm. To dot* n* not won almost $330,000 and In the course of that fortune hunt ho* t riumphed m some of the greatest rocet in America and defeated most of the best. The year of 1943 was an off-year for this game litHe Thoroughbred for h* wo* out of training much of me thee. But lot* in the season he flashed some of the great form which *om* d him fame and fortune. Today he it at friabxm Park In training for the McLennan and the Wkfener Handkap*. His trainer "Sarae" Swenke. •ay* he k fit and ready to run and any day now you'll tee hi* name in the entris*. i • -i~.: : ':.". %  \. NPNMMPLlllVllwMHIlM ADMISSION CHARGES aNO.UOS H TACTS) *vJs*8*d $ 1.35 W I S-fc II 00 MSMi S Clubhouse $ 2.60 Bleachers $ .75 (MO AU H O et AOAVTTSPt I • 4 I ll



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY PAGE TWO > l l l lW l'l I WWWW %  %  ** nynsnsnjs y s y^ ^sy %  %  %  ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES jLWWnv_ __ ho d a BEACH ZIONIT M^JJEWISPLCENTER ,r~\i^nu~Chapter of the B J V,, • T • H to The district participated in the final rites for its board B member. Lc-e Lamoen. helc Tho Si^rhood of the^ t ach c Center Center will .bert.held Saturday evening at the Rivermeet •..-_ irsdajj v. %  % % %  + %  ,\, edit•i publii crusa l< ••%  • : --;.. H •' ,-pect %  BETH JACOB B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS Beth Jacob congregat: r. have another : its series on Wednesday. F sored %  BZ1 %  W %  nd Mi %  th. at the Lat %  g -::';,;" SIX lden t, requests all attend Th, regular S, 0 f the Sisterhood wfljb* February 16th Bel David auditorium at 2.30 ndmenU to the by., .-..unce Grodirector of he V. will review the I Sholom Aleichem by wi Il be served Mrs. Harrv OUident, will preside. ,..,,. I)i: s terhood will sponand mah jong party D • David auditorium. Tnursnina Feb. 17th aU [or the i vening will be Jack August Louis ,nd Hyman Sootin. for the 28th anPurim I all are neanng tl • general chaiTMrs Isidor Cohen and a mitt workers. ins planned. i an le by call•. chairman, Mrs. Louis .473. for the above • ..rung. Feb1 8:30. gHNOZAJ Qimf by Loui, R* ,fB be r e ^ ,e ed Saturday.^ loon at 3 by Dr. Mom MLIS? t the Spinoza forum, on th?* 1 What to Do a recent book will be reviewed noon at the Spin of the home of Wolfson, 11th Collins avenue and Ocean Miami Beach. ThYrtdife Herman Eager, will redUlS of his latest humoro2\*? On Tuesday evening, Dr Srk!? will give the fourth S* his series on -The ArtSTJ ence of Living. •a street, bet^J DENVE R CHILD The Greater Miam the National Home Children at Denver ing a benefit party ford Hotel, Miami day. Feb. 15, at 8 Gisela Newlander is the evening. i Chapter f or Jew*. are spons,. at the W* Beach. Tu. Pk m ** chairman fa Ottawa (JTA)-A demand that a Royal Commission be set unt investigate anti-senutis and oU subversive activities m the nZ ince of Quebec was viced mfc Federal Parliament this week hi Fred Rose, one of the two Jew* members. MIAMI PIONEERS uie in. i) cepuiift i" %  B'nai B be 16th. at the synagogue, 311 Was] ington avenue. Courses ai son It is I in Jewish Dravers ind IT • Je 13 — 1 • 8:30. :• 1 [ o.ov. .an : an % %  • %  ~ *• %  — till availfriei n in 11 .:... m ll,na able // S.W. 8th St. at 15th Are. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fri., Feb. 11—Last Day ROSALIND RUSSELL RONALD COLMAN CLATJDETTE COLBERT VICTOR McLAGLEN IN UNDER TWO 1 FLAGS ARBEITER RING The Arbeiter Ring will hold a ture Sw ning at 8 30 at tl %  %  % %  25 Washing*., n %  nu Mi i B _• John Mill from Chicago. Mr Mill is a familiar figunin rzr.7 r i Jewish labor i K)th i^ur Ipnam %  12 Dr %  Sti Wis. are to be i ": .ng arra: On Fridaj F( I lary 1:48 Bt the YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln Road. Mrs. I M. Weinwill review th( new biographv of Maxim Lltvinoff, FnMrs M. Oppenhcim. 751 Merited by Mrs Gl man, were hostesses : party for the benefit of M ii Pioneer Women's or;.,'• week. Proceeds turned over to the Pales•.: • Emergt ncy fund. The Miami Pioneer Women's nization will have a Chamiso Osor B-Shvat celebration Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs Henry Seitlin. 418 N. W. 5th street. Mrs Miriam Gingold of Chicago and Dr. Sonia Kamky will participate in the evening's program. dav book reviewan sponi here and abroad Me win taiK T.uith Conon th laboi London (JTA)—Dr Chaim W. mann, president of the World Zionist Organization and preside* of the Jewish Agency for Pak* tine, was re-elected president i\ the British Zionist Federation (I the closing session of the thn*. day annual convention of the w. ganization. OtUwa (JTA)—A plea forr>| nadian support of Jewish demands for the establishment of i national home in Palestine a voiced in the House of Commoa this week by Arthur Roebuck of Toronto, who is a member of the government party Roebuck onleized Britain's action in restricting Jewish immigration intoPri esime. SERVICE LEAGUE confi•: : r.don. %  .// Starts Sat. at 4:30 p. m. S Sun. Thru Tue., Feb. 12-15 CARLSON'S MAKIN ISLAND RAIDERS: "GUNG HO" WITH RANDOLPH SCOTT I. CARROL NAISH EXTRA! 'NEUTRAL SWEDEN" The Latest Issue of MARCH OF TIME For a Pleasant Evening Visit CASABLANCA DINE AND DANCE in a True Moroccan Atmosphere COCKTAILS MIDNITE SUPPERS 225 N. E. 79th Street JOHN HAPSAS. Manager PHONE 7-9343 EXPERT SURGICAL MOHEL REV. PHILIP FRIED Graduate o' the Jewish He*. pital of Philadelphia at Mohel. Practiced at Atlantic City Hospital for past five years. Now affiliated with Beth David Congregation PHONE 2-1473 HADAS SA H A regular meeting of the Miami chapter I Snior Hadassah on the roof of the ti i. 2655 Collins avenue. Monday. February 14th, at 2 p. m. A particularly mterestr will feature Edward it) of Mi II %  IT-Vai F Alb ring of 'They lent :' • •• Ii ...:.I in Aug 1 Ga Ft bruary 5. 6. 7. The public .%  • EASTERN STAR The Miami Service League of the VMHA has completed plans i Valentine dance to be held Saturday evening. February 12th. at the "YMHA. 1567 S W 5th street An evening of fun is iuled. comprising dancing. contests, refreshments and music Service men are invited to nd free of charge M. B. PIONEERS Th Brook C presents Wilma Cox SONG STYLIST U b BARRY WINTON'S ORCHESTRA PEDRO AND HIS RHUMBA BAND Reservations Telephone 6-2658 N O. E S %  %  g last night at Rite Temple Mi f the chapter S10.000 worth : %  tron. Mrs. Etta tinue to accept < i A social h wed %  eting at whi the ivid;: : I thi wort % % %  | atl • Morris Frank, v. On January 27\\ at an execu%  .:ng the Pioneer *• 2 and the Hanita Club < d that both groups I hereafter be known B< ich Club with Mrs Harry Faber as president. '• %  • 8 15 p. m. M inday evening, iarj 14th .,t the Labor Lyington avenue, a i mg Dr. Sonya ky will be held. Dr. • ky has recently returnlestuv where she reeighl yean working various co-operatives • will report on the Pionwork in Palestine. Geneva (WNS)—Approximate ly 80 Jews escaped last wi from a concentration camp %  northern Italy as a result oft* efforts of a number of anti-fatcist Italians, according to a broadcast by the Badogho govemmefi heard here this week. The a* nouncer said that the Italian patriots not only helped the Jen gain freedom, but also secured i haven for them where they an I reasonably certain not to be foued| by the Nazis. Buy War Bonds and Stamp as! | Insure Your Tomorrow. TUOJIU for REST CON VALESCENC! I .^CH-ONICCASO| un-RqyPori\ Health Resort Buy War Savings Bonds. NATHAN GINSBURG S TRUE FARM FOOD ^1?7^ RESTAURANT WJwi 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Observed SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN narnv 1 DINING ROOMS 2 KITC^HES^ Meats Meals Serred From Daily Vegetarian From %  ^**' 8 A M OPEN EVERY DAY 1 P. M Sparkling Diamond RINGS Olisrsd In a IsHlali ol b.ou lihiUy driqnd s*-:r.,, Natural et whit* aold. Pricd Iron $27.50 Watch and ltw,h T "•pairing DANZIG'S JfweLeus M HALCYOH ARCADI M? | ri, 9 cr s Conveniently Near the City, Yet Far Enough TO ESCAPE ITS INTRUSIVE NOISE. MOUNT NEBO IS AN INSPIRING COMBDNA TION OF NATURE AND ART. A HAVEN OF PEACE AND CONSOLATION Our Director. Rabbi S. M MachteL Will Coni With You at Your Invitation. PHONE 3-3720 FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES MOUNT NEBO ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI



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PAGE EIGHT *JeU*n<*Mto£LHUDAY. FEBRUARy, NOTES OF Y. M. H. A. -bySAM SILVER Leslie Balogh Bain will be Of I Anti Semi In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami %  [ B'RITH ft -byMARX FEINBERG The constitution of Sholem rovides that meetings 1 -. .. il... '>•!,! *> %  %.! gre ci .M.-.k this to get up (:. %  '•-' %  %  %  : ictual interpretations preY Bulletin ,„ lecture form. It is not V e to offer you any i ntl to attend this rig. however, if you are in a have an meeting to ure. there Milton best part round ip rare and unobtainable foi the lad us and the men nt'hich will be auctioned mdito the highest bond pur.. •„. ihould provide a fun for the hecklers who pre* nl and for the purchase ra who are always buyAt this writing, we have '000 in "E" bonds and sales of all category • Kceeds $800,000. Our the chairman of the •mforting to note Ifji in the van of imunal organizations on fourth w Let's keep world situ •. Eui rector Maurice G rt to g : %  ary 23 and %  • %  :• %  M V t I -Se i %  %  -GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-34.31 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means of Individ—; Crrumstancei. "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" • Worthy and Deserves Your Full Support and Recommendation • SERVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI • EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH Dr. Abraham Neuman %  %  '. %  %  %  • %  • • %  .;, this v.. ik and wt a new rec< r.i fi.r Thi. i.mnUh..i. ..f b... %  %  emulation of the mmunity. I announcement the details on the ..nquet h.... an ived. On 15th. which is Tues• B, ;it the Continents n • 1709 Alton road, augural dinting the estabno last minute n nsThe attSS'?' un February 29th a, ficers will be instant Will be sent u?$?A will be announced 0 !, "ij column. ^ m noii Last Monday nilh J auxiliary tendeif S bingo party at th %  Wnf and ani advi g *<* Garry Glatt and Ch*vV co-cha.rm.v, hat JJl an outstanding succSi auxiliary e.rneTO"' proxbnately $200 ^m present bad a w ^5JJi This should indiSSS' that there is a dduZi more aocja affairs *Ji be held jointly. I would like to enlmJ readers as t the rw* being dor., by Milton I happen to i.ave an to observe the work heal since Milton is in the na to me. and it appears tot almost 8ij per cent of i during t: • • :hree %  been devoti : cxclusivdn bond drive, and the othej cent in hoi ling commit!*ings and taking care of ku ness Thi> is a sacnfwi made •>;.• |., r \^\ the lo R,j *••* --• P" 5 S86 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M R GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 REAL ESTATE-MIAMI TO BUY OR SELL CONSULT HERBERT HODES REALTOR 1015 Seybold Building Phone 3-3143 or 2-3426 Biscaync Boulevard at 77th Street Koe 7-772S Diners Frorn 5 oClock .. Sunday, Fr 0 ; NL" Locktai! Lounge Fine Liaunrt *A W Of I ite of its il because of P.nance to • Sat%  %  adversity and maite vour and call Brothw!i be t the n %  -Buy War B.,..;, ^ y t Hea\th F tiom Vni.ncy ovd Aq L". P 1 N K •/JTAMiN ORINK, Mad* From Fresh Every! Week Night] 8 p. 4 OPEN EVERY DAY Aak Your Local Delicatessen For the Beat • It Costs No Mora KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTB PtaMatftfiSSi CornM •••' D *INK LINTY OF ^ ater ***** TO T0U HCU '"^oi, i0TtLI •JM OF six v T4BLI MHII, .. "" "'HI 0, M| ,„ PHONE 2-4, 28 RACIj 10 RACES NI9 HURDLE RACE FE*'* I • • • Mai* Gates' Ort


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UDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1944 +Jewlst) tier Mian PAGE THREE **, & W**£l -get that extra War Bond NOW! SHOLEM LODGE B'NAI B'RITH FOURTH WAR LOAN DRIVE CONTINUES ALL THROUGH FEBRUARY m w *T~T# o • n i) „ j i YOUR GOVERNMENT NEEDS THE § Buy That Extra Series h Bond! INDIVIDUAL E BOND SALES/ WE BOUGHT EXTRA WAR BONDS EVERY INDIVIDUAL IS PERMITTED TO BUY UP TO $5,000.00 EACH YEAR IN SERIES "E" BONDS WAR LOAN 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 3-6306 This Advertisement is Made Possible by the Co-Operation of the Following Progressive Leaders of Our Community: Luby Chevrolet Company 1055 W. Flagler Street Empire Bar 6, Grill 101 N. E. 1st Avenue Reisman Wholesale Butchers West 29th Street. Hialeah. Fla. Gordon's Dress Shop duPont Building Steven's Market 2201 N. W. 62nd Street Ta-Miami Hotel 203 West Flagler St. Zissen's Bowery 1749 N. Miami Avenue Kaler Produce Co. 1200 N. W. 22nd St. East Coast Fisheries 360 W. Flagler Street New York Delicatessen & Restaurant 44 N. E. 1st Street Sea Gull Pool & Cabana Club 100 21st Street Faymus Fay's 24 N. Miami Ave. Clover Club 118 Biscayne Boulevard Green Brothers Brokers 55 N. E. 24th Street Ciro's Dancing-Dining 1827 Alton Road Steven's Wearing Apparel 45 E. Flagler St Dunhill's Men's Shop 115 N. E. 1st Street Johnnie & Mack Body Shop 74 N. E. 20th Street Sam's Service Station 200 Coral Way. Coral Gables Sam B. Miller Miami Florida I



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r. FEBRUARY 11. 1944 +Jewlstirhrldian PAGE SEVEN I flPHI DnVC GREATE ?u I S^*? ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewteh Federation hill I J %M Thm Iwtoh Weliare Board H elp Ut KN P • Record of Our Men in Service MED SERVICE 3essie Milter, daughter of irnip Lou Miller, South MiIs left for Washington Ehe will take six weeks' {course with department V preliminary to foreign Miss Miller, graduate Ja State College for Worn,nber of Alpha Xi Delta, retary to Bryan Hanks for _>cr of years and until refwas translator with office orship. h B. Pomerance, Miami [who flew one of the first krts to Midway island, reto Hawaii with the injurbecn promoted to major ,enix, Ariz. Maj. Pomerrho was stationed at HickId, T. H., at the outset of Jr. has completed 23 months \\gn duty and now is flight at the Arizona base. n w\' ~; SERVICE p\ p\ r\ r\ r\ PARADE! MILTON ROSENBLATT IS MISSING IN ACTION Mrs^ Rose Rosenblatt, 246 Jefferson avenue, Miami Beach, was notified by the war department that her son, Lt. Milton Rosenblatt, is missing after raid over France. He was an army air pilot, and last visited here while on leave in June, 1943. I Ave Rood, son of Mr. and Jorris Rood, 358 Meridian \, Miami Beach, is home on |h after 18 months' foreign A member of an antiunit of the coast artillery, II report to Camp Shelby, [for reassignment. George H. Fay, USA, and fay arrived Thursday from eonard Wood, Rolla, Mo., end a brief furlough with ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garfunkle, 2018 S. W. 16th Ens. Sidney Lionel Betvinick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Besvinick, 736 Collins avent^e, spent his first, leave home since entering the service nine months ago. A graduate of the University of Florida school of chemical engineering. Ens. Besvinick received his indoctrination training at Notre Dame. He was later transferred to the Brooklyn, N. Y.. navy yard and is now stationed at Cornell university where he is taking a Diesel engineering course. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERO J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIQ, Vlce-Chalrman J08EPH A BER MAN. Sc. Executive Committee Mr*. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman, Maurice Grossman. Louis Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mn. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alexander F. Miller. at Roth, Fred Shochet. Milton Sirkin, Joseph Stein, Mrs. Herman Wallach. Carl Weinkle, George Wolpert, Harry Zukernick. CAPTAIN BERNSTEIN IN INTERESTING LETTER Michael Mirelson. who Bit 960 Jefferson avenue, bejduction in the army last Bias been in training in the fe desert in California. AnMiami Beach resident, .scar Reiser, who lived at ,. Bay road, also trained in nia. ton Goldweber. 1256 San t\ avenue, is enrolled in the le service training station Petersburg as a radio stuLt (jg) I. B. Berk, former Miamian associated with the Lipton insurance agency, will complete his basic training February 17th, at the armed guard school. Gulfport, Miss. He sends personal regards to all of his many friends and acquaintances here. Ariation Cadet Jess A. Kim mel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Kimmel of 831 9th street, has been commissioned a lieutenant in the army air forces at the Carlsbad, N. M., air field. He completed his training as a "triple threat" man in dead-reckoning, navigation and aerial gunnery. Pfc. Sidney Needelman. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Needelman, 659 Meridian avenue, has graduated from Gulfport field. Miss AAFTC school for airplane mechanics and basic training center. Sent overseas last April, Lt. T. Needelman is on duty with the fifth army, commanded by Lt. Gen. Mark Clark. In a letter to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Needelman, 659 Meridian avenue, Miami Beach. He is a brother of Sidney. Captain William H. Bernstein. now in the service of the United States armed forces, in a recent letter to his wife who resides with their three children at 4656 N. Bay road, reminded her to make sure that their contributions were made to the present campaigns. He mentioned specifically the war chest, Jewish Federation and Red Cross. He stated: "It's along about this time of the year that the fund raising campaigns, to-wit, war chest, Federation of Jewish Charities and Red Cross are held at home. I know you never forget to contribute. If you feel you can go a little more, dear, do so. This New Year has 365 days. If none of those days are wasted, then perhaps this year of 1944 will see the end—of the European phase of the war at least. May this New Year bring me that longed for reunion with you and our three chicks." Captain Bernstein was a practicing physician on Miami Beach and participated actively in the drives prior to his entering the services. ONAILTHEFRONTS Lt. Sidney C. Novell, 26, of Norristown, Pa., an army air corps officer, was killed in action while participating in a raid on Hanover, Germany. Before entering the service more than three years ago, he attended Dickinson college and Temple university. He was a former president of A. Z. A. St. Herbert Baliky. 22, of the Bronx, bombardier and aerial engineer on duty in the India area, is missing in action. An RCA telegraph worker in civil life, he enlisted in the air force nearly two years ago. Lt. Charles A. Blumenfeld, 25, of Jamaica, N. Y., navigator of the Flying Fortress "You Buy 'Em, We'll Drop 'Em," holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, an Oak Leaf Cluster to the DFC, the Air Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clusters. Lieutenant Blumenfeld, with 25 bombing attacks to his credit, has participated in the Schweinfurt, Gdynia, Bremen, and Stuttgart assaults, as well as the Regensburg North Africa "shuttle" bombing. Lt. Harvey D. Kaufman. 23, of Springfield, Mass., a veteran of 50 operational flights out of a North African base, wears the Air Medal and nine Oak Leaf Clusters. A Flying Fortress bombardier, Lieutenant Kaufman is now back in the United States. David Lemelman. former Miami attorney, promoted to first lieutenant at Camp Kearns, Utah, where he serves as assistant judge advocate. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Lemelman, and formerly lived at 2351 S. Miami avenue. rard S. Resnick. 18, son of id Mrs. Saul Resnick, 1559 avenue, took his boot ig in the navy at BainMd., and has been gradas honor student at a navy klist school at Fort Lauder/ith the rating of petty ofl.'c. ral Aviation Cadet LawCoyne, son of Harry Coyne. Icon transferred to Corpus ti. Texas, after completing Binary flight training course piview, 111. Aviation Cadet Morton Charles Freedman, recently arrived at the Missouri Institute of Aeronautics near Sikeston, Mo., for additional flight training. Previous to his entry into the air corps. Cadet Freedman attended the University of Florida. He is the son of Mrs. Freda Freedman, 5550 LaGrange drive. Jeffrey Morton Kaufman. seaman 2/c, 1334 Washington avenue, has completed his basic training at Sampson, N. Y., and has been granted leave. Sgt. Louis N. Kase, 31. of Hazleton, Pa., recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross and the Purple Heart, is missing in action. Radio operator on a B-24 Liberator that took part in the Ploesti raids, Sergeant Kase "performed his duties with great skill and perserverance." His plane was badly damaged, but managed to stay on its course. "Although it was almost certain that the flames from burning oil tanks would, at the low-level of attack, ignite the gasoline that flowed from one of the air-craft's damaged fuel tanks, T/Sgt. Kase remained at his post, and in the face of almost certain death, valiantly and heroically executed has duties." S Sgt. Frank Glaisman. 29, of Chicago, 111., holder of the Air Medal, an Oak Leaf Cluster, and the Purple Heart, is missing in the Southwest Pacific. Awarded the Purple Heart for wounds incurred in action, he was subsequently decorated with the Air Medal for heroism during the battle of Wake island and was then given an Oak Leaf Cluster when, on another mission, he ignored his own wounds to look after other injured members of the crew during the five-hour journey back to their base. Cpl. Arthur Altman. 26, of Oak Park, 111., who entered the marine corps three years ago and participated in the first raids on the Solomons, was killed in action on Guadalcanal. Ensign Leon S. Darling, 25. of McKeesport and Pittsburgh, Pa., a naval officer assigned to a subchaser, was killed in action during an enemy air raid over Palermo, Sicily. A lawyer in civilia/ life, he had been in service more than a year. 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Lieutenant Hecht's brother, Major Morris Hecht, was killed in action in the South Pacific last August. Pfc. Isadore Levy. 29, of Pittsburgh, Pa., member of an antiaircraft gun crew, was killed in action on New Guinea. In service two years, he was on du'.y in Australia 14 months before being transferred to New Guinea. A brother. Lieutenant Reinhardt Levy, is stationed in California. Hick Vitamin potency at low ONE-A-DAY Vitamin Tableta. A D tableta in the yellow box— B-4 plex tableta in the trey box. ^*~^OH Mill) ^"^ LNERVINJU For Sleep l eetneee. IrrMability. Headache. aad etleesneee. wben doe to N< Tenakw. Use eetly as directed. PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MART SGHREBNICX Representative Fireman Harry Brody. 21. of Brooklyn, missing in action, was serving on a destroyer sunk in the South Pacific. An automobile m chanic in civilian life, Brody was president of the Young People's Fellowship of the Hebrew Educational Society, Brooklyn. 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