The Jewish Floridian

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
Ige Levinthal to Address Special
ts Division at Federation Session
Icampaign activities of the
B5 United Appeal of the
tr Miami Jewish Federation
S)v continued at 11 a. m.
ly Feb 20. when the special
Vision will hold a "brunch"
( Clover club, 118 Biscayne
lard. The meeting has been
ted by the co-chairmen,
fy C. Myers, and Carl
Be, in co-operation with
Sher, campaign chairman.
gc Louis E. Levinthal of the
[of common pleas in Phila-
Ja and former president of
lionist Organization of Am-
! will be the principal speak-
Jjudge Levinthal has been
Went Zionist worker since
irly youth and has an out-
Hng record as a lawyer and
fudge.
[philanthropic organization
Judge Levinthal is not only
idrr in Zionist work, but
la member of the board of
|ors of the public charities
eign and of the executive
jittce of the public charities
jittee of Pennsylvania, bo'.h
Cm non-sectarian organiza-
, He also has headed a
number of Jewish organiza-
, in Philadelphia.
St Sunday saw the initial
[taken here at a meeting of
Initial Gift division of the
kaign at the Monte Carlo
Miami Beach, under the
Irship of Sam Blank and
Bronston. co-chairmen. A
Jng address was made by
En Weill of New York, chair-
[of the public relations com-
e of the National Jewish
jH-e board. Weill, who made
fcial trip to Miami Beach for
necting, told jyhat is being
along national lines and
Bed the assistance being ren-
llCONTINUED ON PAGE 9|
AT IIII UN II TABLE
FEB. 11
Co-chairmen Daniel H. Red-
fern, Andrew T. Healy and Al-
fred Stone of the Miami Round
Table announced that members
of the Miami Round Table will
meet for a banquet on February
22nd at 6:30 p. m. in the banquet
hall of the Miami Women's club
building, 1737 N. Bayshore Drive.
Reservations may be made with
the Miami Round Table 3-8084.
A trio of outstanding national
leaders of the Protestant, Catho-
lic and Jewish faiths in Miami
for the program of the national
conference with the armed forces,
will present the same program
enjoyed by the men in the ser-
vices for the guests at the Mi-
ami Round Table banquet. It
will include Dr. Robert Searle,
secretary of the Greater New
York City Federation of Church-
es; Rabbi Julian Feibelman of
New Orleans and Monsignor
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 4)
LEADERS TESTIFY
SUPPORTING BILL
JUDGE LOUIS E. LEVINTHAL
MASS MEETING FEB. 28
BY AMERICAN ZIONISTS
B'NAI B'RITH EXCEEDS
SERIES E BOND QUOTA
-j
ITER IS DEAD
knuon. (JTA) Prof. Leon
schwicg, i n t e r n a t ionally
/n French-Jewish philoso-
I, died in Evian after an op-
Ion, it was learned here this
t. He was dismissed from
sorbonne in Paris under the
\y anti-Jewish laws.
>rn in Paris in 1869. he be-
a professor at the Sorbonne
909. He wrote many works
pinoza and his philosophy
e result of the influence of
Joza whom he considered the
inner of contemporary ideal-
He was a member of the
Jcmie des Sciences Morales
folitiques," a Chevalier of the
fch Legion of Honor, and one
te leaders of the League for
Jan Rights.
CELLER HAS TALK
rH PRES. ROOSEVELT
[ashington, (JTA)Rep. Em-
fl Celler of New York had
pf-hour interview with Presi-
Roosevelt this week during
Ch they discussed questions
Jewish interest. Celler said
he had come away from the
very hopeful. "I feel that
president will be the new
fta that will lead the children
'rael out of the wilderness,"
Hated.
:H CRITICIZED FOR
WRITING ON JESUS
|ew York, (JTA)Sharp criti-
of Sholem Asch, noted Jew-
ft'riter, is voiced in all leading
jish newspapers for the opin-
on religion he expressed in
Interview given to the Chris-
I Herald, during which he was
fed why a man of his back-
ind should write on Jesus and
and why he didn't choose to
of Moses or Abraham.
Sholom lodge B'nai B'rith pass-
ed the $1,500,000 mark in bond
sales late Wednesday. This is
the organization's fourth success-
ful bond drive and announce-
ment that the lodge had reached
its quota of $400,000 in series E
bonds is expected to be forth-
coming at the organization's
meeting Tuesday evening.
The regular meeting will be
held at the Beth David Talmud
Torah and will feature a bond
auction of many scarce items of
merchandise to be given with
bond purchases. The program
will include Rabbi Max Shapiro
who will discuss the popular
seller, "Forgotten Ally."
NOTED JEWISH POET IS
DEAD IN NEW YORK
New York. (JTA)Philip M.
Raskin, noted Jewish poet, died
this week at his home, following
a long illness. He was the author
of 10 volumes of poetry in Eng-
lish, Hebrew and Yiddish which
were published in England and
in the United States. A number
of his poems were included in
recent anthologies, and selections
of American poetry. He was 63
years old.
JDC REPRESENTATIVE IS
A VISITOR IN JERSALEM
Jerusalem, (JTA)Reuben B.
Resnik, joint distribution com-
mittee representative in Cairo,
arrived here on a short visit dur-
ing which he will confer with
spokesmen of the Palestine gov-
ernment and Jewish institutions.
Mr Resnik will also see repre-
sentatives of the United Nations
relief and rehabilitation admin-
istration and the Middle East re-
lief administration.
INTERMENT OF JEWS IS
ORDERED BY RUMANIA
Ankara. (WNS) Facing the
<;pectre of an imminent invasion
by the red army, the Rumanian
government has ordered the in-
ternment of all Jews, it was dis-
closed here this week.
The excuse given by the au-
thorities is that the Jews would
give away secret military infor-
mation. In Bucharest alone more
than 200 Jews were arrested last
week and deported to a concen-
tration camp.
A gigantic mass meeting is
planned for Monday evening,
February 28th, at 8 o'clock at
Bay Front park under the aus-
pices of the American Zionist
Emergency Council.
In line with similar meetings
being held all over the coun-
try which discuss the Wagner-
Taft and Compton-Wright con-
gressional measures and the
current movement to seek the
abrogation of the British White
Paper, the meeting here will
feature outstanding national
speakers.
The program to date includes
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, noted
Jewish leader; Father Florence
Sullivan of the Gesu Catholic
church and Rev. W. G. Stra-
cener. president of the Minis-
trial association of Greater Mi-
ami.
BILL, SAYS SILVER
Washington, (JTA)Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, chairman of the
executive committee of the Am-
erican Zionist Emergency Coun-
cil, declared here that the initial
hearings on the Palestine resolu-
tion before the house foreign af-
fairs committee "have shown un-
mistakably that the pending reso-
lution commands very strong sup-
port both in the committee and
the house."
Dr. Silver warned, however,
that "our own battle is not yet
won. and it may be prolonged."
He pointed out that the opponents
of the resolution may have re-
course to "delaying tactics de-
signed to hold up the passage of
the resolution in the hope that
something may happen which
will help to defeat it. He added
that "it is possible that an effort
will be made to delay congres-
sional action by bringing about
intervention by one department
of the government or another.
Arguments on the ground of 'mili-
tary necessity' may be used
against the resolution as they
were used a year ago to prevent
or delay the restoration of the
rights of the Jews of Algeria
under the Cremieux decree."
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
NOTABLE FIGURE HELD
New York, (JTA) Funeral
services were held here on Sun-
day at the Free Synagogue for
Prof. George Bernhard, one of
the notable public fi|ures of pre-
nazi Germany who died following
an attack of pneumonia. He was
69 years old.
A distinguished political eco-
nomist and publicist, Professor
Bernhard was connected for 30
years with the famous Ullstein
Press in Germany.
Washington, (JTA)Congress-
men from both political parties
and Jewish leaders representing
various groups testified this week
before the house foreign affairs
committee on behalf of the resolu-
tion introduced at the end of last
month asking the United States
to take appropriate measures to
the end that Palestine shall be
opened for free entry of Jews and
that "there shall be full oppor-
tunity for colonization, so that
Jewish people may ultimately
reconstitute Palestine as a free
and democratic Jewish common-
wealth."
First Jewish leader to testify
was Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. He
spoke for more than an hour. He
traced the history of Palestine
and strongly supported the reso-
lution. "Politically," lie said, "the
Jewish people as a people must
become like every other people,
possessed of an independent life
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Miami City Commission Endorses
Sentiment of Jew is Iv Homeland Bill
The Miami city commission
unanimously passed a resolution
at its regular session Wednesday
afternoon endorsing the sentiment
of the Wagner-Taft and Compton-
Wright resolutions, calling for the
'full opportunity of the Jewish
people to restricted Palestine as
u free and open Jewish common-
wealth."
This follows action of the Mi-
ami Beach city council, which last
week passed a similar resolu-
tion.
Presented to the commission by
members of a committtee that are
functioning as the American
Zionist Emergency Council, the
local group are rallying senti-
ment and support throughout the
area and their activity will be
climaxed in a mass meeting to
be held in Bay Front park Mon-
day evening. February 28. The
resolution passed by the Miami
city commission stated:
"Whereas, The people of Florida
view with horror the atrocities
inflicted upon the unarmed, non-
combatant civilian forces in the
nazi occupied countries, especial-
ly the deliberate and systematic
mass murders of defenseless men.
women and children of the Jewish
faith, marked for complete ex-
termination by the Hitler forces;
and.
'Whereas, the state of Florida,
through the general assembly,
and with the approval of the
governor, passed a concurrent
resolution on April 27th. 1943,
expressing the hope that a Jew-
ish homeland be established in
Palestine for the stricken and
maltreated Jews of nazi occupied
Europe; and.
"Whereas, there is pending in
the congress of the United States
a resolution introduced and en-
REGISTRATION BOOKS
OPEN IN_PRECINCTS
Registration of Dade county
voters, estimated at 125,000 by
Carl Holmer. jr., supervisor of
registration, began in all 114
precincts of Dade under the sup-
ervision of about 200 deputy reg-
istration officers.
"Register while the books are
just around the corner from you."
Holmer urged voters. The
books will be open daily between
8:30 a. m. and 5 p. in.
Dates of the democratic pri-
maries are May 2 and Mav 23.
The general election will be Nov.
7. Republican primaries will be
held at the same time as the
democratic and use the same vot-
ing machines.
The regisration books will close
in the precints March 6. Tardy
registrants may then qualify as
voters by coming to the Dade
county courthouse.
Those who register now will be
qualified to participate in the
presidential election in November.
YIDDISH AUTHOR AND
DRAMATIST DECEASED
New York. (WNS) Israel
Joshua Singer, Yiddish author
and playwright, whose works
were translated into many lan-
guages, died on Feb. 10 of a heart
attack. He was 50 years old.
His novels, which dealt with
Polish Jews, included "The
Brothers Ashkenazi," "Yoshe
Kalb" and "The Family Carnov-
sky." dramatizations of which
were produced by Maurice
Schwartz.
JEWISH OFFICER MADE
USSR MAJOR GENERAL
Moscow, (JTA)The newspa-
per Pravda reports this week
the appointment of a Jewish of-
ficer, Israel Hiller, to the rank
of major general in the red army.
JEWISH SLAVES STRIKE
IN GHETTO FACTORIES
London, (JTA) A general
strike by tens of thousands of
Jewish slave workers in the
ghetto factories of Lodz forced
the German occupation authori-
ties to halt, at least temporarily,
mass executions of Jews, it is re-
vealed in a report from Jewish
underground sources received by
the Polish government-in-exile
here.
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 4)
CESWli EO
TRAP RIDING JEWS
London. (JTA)German occu-
pation authorities in Holland are
using a new trick to trace Neth-
erland Jews who have gone into
hiding, according to "reliable in-
formation" received by the offi-
cial Netherlands new agency
here.
The Germans have announced,
the report says, that 1,000 Nether-
lands Jews, together with 9,000
Jews of other nationalities, can
be "exchanged" with the allies
for Germans interned in Aus-
tralia, on payment of 2,000 guild-
ers, approximately $1,080. per
head. Those wishing to be "con-
sidered" for such "exchange" are
advised that they must fill out a
form supplied by the German
head office for security in Berlin.
WAR REFUGEE BOARD
ASKS AID OF AGENCIES
Washington, (JTA)President
Roosevelt's new war refugee
board moved tthis week to enlist #
the full strength of private
agencies for the rescue and relief
of nazi victims.
The board made it clear that it
could not receive proposals limit-
ed to rescuing a single individual
but that it was soliciting sugges-
tions for group rescue projects.
It acknowledged the value of the
work already done by private
agencies.
150.000 REFUGEES ARE
WAITING EVACUATION
Jerusalem. (WNS)Polish cir-
cles here report that their em-
bassy at Teheran has completed
compiling a list of 150,000 Jewish
and non-Jewish refugees from
Poland who are now in Russia
awaiting evacuation. Complete
names and present locations of
these refugees are listed.
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this Saturday afternoon.
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home of Dr.
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about Miami
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(JTA) Twenty per-
.:: sted this week in
n the charge of help-
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gaily, the German
rted
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ARBETTER RING
A tympostun :r. a Jewish set-
Australia the Knnber-
*:'.. tak Sat-
ag F~: :? at 8 30 at
Ring Center, 25
Wast agl .-:-'. Miami Beech
Amu Miami Beach
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ph -..--;.:: humorist; Max
H:.- .* Beroovich
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MOHEL
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PEDRO AND HIS RKUMSA BAND
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KATKAK OXHSBDBCS
TRUE FARM FOOD 11T/T
RESTAURANT I W0 W0
645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Dieaary Laws Observed
SEBVmC KOSHTH MEATS VEGETARIAH DAISY
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DANZIG'S
2i HALCYON ARCAOf
DR. SACHAR SPEAKS TO
LARGE HJLLEL CROWD
Dr. Abram L. Sachar. nationi
director of the Hillel Founda,,"'
addressed a gathering of 150 I,
the inaugural banquet helri
Tuesday evening at the Continen
tal restaurant. '"
Under the sponsorship 0f the
1 local Hillel advisory council 1
large sum of money was realized
to be used in removing a recenUy
, acquired Hillel house m Coi
Gables. ^oral
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CZECHS WARNED NOT
TO ACT AGAINST JEWS
London. (JTA>Minister of tho
Interior Juraj Slavik 0f th*
Czechoslovakian govcrnmcr.t-m
exile in a broadcast to the peo
pie of his occupied homeland
warned them not to participate in
the puppet Slovakian govern-
ments present drive against the
Jews. He charged that Jews
were being deported ard spnt .
their death "to enrich the 'An-.
I anizers' m Slovakia."
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OPERATES IN TRIMESTER PLAN
16 WEEKS EACH
STUDENTS MAY BEGIN MARCH 1st WITH
REGISTRATION FEB'Y 28th AND 29th
REGISTER FOR THE NEXT ADULT DIVISION MARCH 1st
WRITE REGISTRAR FOR BULLETINS. OR
Phone 4-0801
Palatial
Kosher Restaurant
265 N. E. 2nd ST.
MAS RECEIVED ITS HONORABLE DISCHARGE
FROM THE U. S. ARMY.
Open to the General Public
Daily at 5 p. m. Saturday and Sunday 12 Noon.
Under the Same Management of
Morton S. Fagan
Selection of a
Burial Estate Should
NOT BE DICTATED BY A SORROWFUL EMERGENCY.
IT SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WITH PRUDENT JUDG-
MENT AND WITH CAREFUL INVESTIGATION-UNAF-
FECTED BY EMOTION OR IMPULSE.IN ADVANCE OF
NEED.
Our Director. Rabbi S. M. Machtsri. Will Conier
With You at Your Inritertion.
PHONE 3-3720
FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES
MOUNT NEBO
ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1944
>Jewish fhrkUain
PAGE THREE
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
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Mr. and Mrs. Barney Goodman,
former residents of Miami and
active in B'nai B'rith circles here,
have ivturned for a vacation.
They are staying with Mr. and
Mrs. Milton A. Friedman, 1037 S.
V. 20th avenue, and hope to re-
iblish their home here in the
future. Other friends from
Englewood who journeyed with
them are Dr. and Mrs. Walter
Jacobus and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Marker. ______
Gabe Stern of Columbus. S. C,
fathei of Mrs. Milton A. Fried-
man, is at present visiting his
daughter. From here he will go
in Lakeland. Florida, to visit his
daughter-in-law and son. Sgt.
and Mrs. Henry Stern, who are
present residing there.
n Kateh of New York is
visiting his aunt, Mrs. Lena Ru-
im. 400 Euclid avenue. He
-ptnd a few weeks here.
iiVwirtamj.
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Gins-
burg of New York will arrive here
Sunday to visit with Mr. and
Mrs Albert Goldfarb, 4804 Alton
Road, Miami Beach.
S Iney Lefcourt returned to the
city this week after a business
trip to Jacksonville.
Ben Lewis left for New York
after visiting his cousins, Mr.
Mrs. Harry Spivack of Miami
h.
EPPERSON
FOR
CONGRESS
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenbcrc
1334 S. W. 4th street, had as then-
guests their daughter, Mrs. J.
Rissman, and grandson, Gerald.
of Chicago. They spent severa
weeks here before returning.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Kassow and
daughter left for their home
Philadelphia, after visiting her
for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Tartleff of
Newark, N. J., are visiting then-
daughter and son-in-law. Lt. B.
Schoenman. 905 Michigan ave-
nue. Miami Beach.
GREETINGS
To My Jewish Patrons and
Friend!
CLYDE R. MARKLEY
2916 S. W. eighth Street
PHONE 45951
Radio Maintenance Co.
RADIO AND SOUND
SPECIALISTS
360 N. E. 13th Street, Miami. Fla.
Phone 9-1524
HUB DRY GOODS
129 N. Miami Arcnue
PHONE 2 4501
GREETINGS
To All Our Friends
FORD'S BARBECUE
& RESTAURANT
2277 N. W. 62nd Street
Phone 7-9208
Mrs. Jean Friedman and her
daughter, Suzanne, have as their
guests Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero,
who are the parents of Mrs.
Friedman.
Miss Rosalind Friedman has
just returned to the city after a
two months" combined business
and pleasure trip throughout the
north.
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
will present his eighth annual
concert Sunday evening, Feb. 20,
at 8 p. m. at the Beth Jacob Con-
Kiegation. Having built an envi-
able reputation for himself as an
artist as cantor of the Beth Jacob
Congregation. Washington Ave-
nue and Third Street, Miami
Beach, and as a concert per-
lormcr, he will feature the eve-
ning with the rendition of a group
of selections in his beautiful
tenor voice. A group of selected
artists will also participate.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sudock of
Philadelphia, Penna., are visiting
here with their friends. Mr. and
Mrs. H. Spivack, 905 Michigan
avenue.
A surprise party was held for
Mrs. Flo Apte last Sunday eve-
ning at her home, 435 S. W. 31st
Road, Miami by her husband.
Jack Apte, in honor of her birth-
day. Friends from Miami, Miami
Beach, New York and Chicago
attended. A buffet supper was
served.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis N. Pokress.
of Miami Beach are in New York
city for a few days. They are
combining a vacation with a
business trip, and are stopping at
the Waldorf.
At the St. Francis hospital.
yesterday, Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiated at the Brith Milah of
the son of Sgt. and Mrs. Murray
Stromfeld, 942 Lenox avenue, and
of the son of Sgt. and Mrs. Joseph
Becker. 1561 Lenox avenue.
CLYDE A. EPPERSON
for
CONGRESS
From South Florida District
Your Support is Earnestly
Invited.
Democratic Primary
May 2, 1944
Everyone Must Register this
Year to Vote
Politic*] Ad l'uld for by l-Ylends
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DOMESTIC
and
IMPORTED
WINES
and
BEERS
TUESDAY TIE BIG
DERBY NIGHT OUT
AT FLAGLERTRACK
Starting with the annual Der-
by elimination tonight and Sat-
urday night, greyhound racing
admirers will have all eyes on
Tuesday night's running of the
classic West Flagler Derby cham-
pionship, headliner for the clos-
ing night of West Flagler's his-
tory-making and record-breaking
86-night meeting.
The two major Derby elimina-
tions find 16 outstanding nomi-
nees boxed, eight tonight and
eight Saturday night with the
leading four dogs in each qualify-
ing for finalists' berths in the
Derby championship finals on
Tuesday night. The beaten four
in each field will be boxed for
the annual Derby consolaton.
The Derby finals will be run as
the last race of the night and
the meeting, and will be preceded
by the Derby consolation and
the annual Futurity hurdle cham-
pionship in that order.
Jacob Sher, president, and Wil-
liam L. Huntley, general man-
ager and vice president, are com-
pleting plans for what promises
to be the greatest greyhound rac-
ing Derby night in history as to
attendance, mutuels and racing
competition. They have an-
nounced an advance post time of
7:15 p. m. for the first race and
have provided added facilities to
care for the record crowd indi-
cated by the advance reservations
which found all box and reserve
seats sold early this week.
WE BUYSELLTRADE
USED CARS
SCARSDALE
Used Cars
1 N. W. 36th Street
Phone 3-2159
GREETINGS TO ALL
NUTA'S YACHT BASIN
1884 N. W. North River Drive
PHONE 2-30*7

SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
W. A. GLASS
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
JOE'S STONE CRAB
RESTAURANT
Steaks Chops Chicken
227 Biscayne St.. Phone 5-9221
Greetings to Our Many
Friends and Customers
HARMON
COMPANY
148 N. W. 2ND STREET
PHONE 8-5777
GREETINGS TO ALL
MAGIC CITY
BOTTLE 6 SUPPLY
222 N. W. 27th Street
Phone 2 6616
GREETINGS
W. L HARRIS
REAL ESTATE APPRAISER
Ingraham Building
PHONE 2-1769
GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs.
SAM JOSEPHER
of the
MIAMI SEA FOOD CO.
(Wholesale Distributors)
FISH AND SHRIMP
675 N. W. 5th Street
9-3330 PHONES Night 5-1357
EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE
Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual,
coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient
and courteous personnel enable us to provide a
funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved
family in every particular.
RABBI SHAPIRO NAMED
TO PALESTINE BOARD
Rabbi Max Shapiro of this city
was elected to membership on
the National Council of the Unit-
ed Palestine Appeal, and will
serve this organization in its
many activities.
BEACH WOMAN RINGS
UP LARGE BOND TOTAL
The sale of more than $15,000
in war bonds was the goal reach-
ed through the efforts of Mrs.
Blanche Schechter of the George
Washington hotel on Miami
Beach during the present drive.
Her husband. Harold, is in the
service, presently stationed in
New Guinea.
ty((*mcu'a/%A*//
1236 Waahincjton Avenue _____
Phone 5-7777
Miami Beach
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
NORMANDY
SCHOOL
LEO HUBERMAN
1021 Biarritz Drive
PHONE 6-1061
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
from
BOB MARTIN
MARTIN'S
DRUG STORE
7070 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE 6-2040
GREETINGS TO ALL
LOANS
Prompt. Helpful Service
Little River Jewelry
& Optical Co.
7t17 N. E. Second Ave.
Telephone 7-4294 Miami, Fla.
Buy Series E Bonds Now!
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We Deliver K
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I I I N i A v
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AMI 6 ( A L '<
BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB
TO STJUIT SCHOOLING
---------
The Biscayne Kennel club will
start schooling races February 21
and open their season officially
February 28. Under the new
state law no minors arc admitted
to the schooling races.
MEN ARE DYING-
ARE YOU BUYING?
Buy War Savings Bonds.
WHEN YOUR BOYS AND
MIKE COME HOME
WILL A JOB BE READY?
Sen. Ernest R. Graham's agricultural pro-
gram will create jobs on the farm and
in the city for 150,000! It isnt theory.
This successful farmer-businessman has
PROVEN he knows how.
Elect
ERNEST II. GRAHAM
the ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR
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-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
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(continued from PAGE D questions regarding fifth-column activities on the antS*2
one in Detroit. ... A few weeks ago Mr. Bugas wenthll
nt. Today, having quit the FBI servioj J|
Jnew1 SSStnl lord Motor plant
any more than all I is employed by Harry Bennett, Henry Fords right-hand
living in ,t,!l', WIJ!', Hans Jacob, the radio commentator, who wa r
should return land | ;,.;_________._ p.^u, ilam,0i ,i ...u_______,." {*M
nvinu in an !'' ,; nans jocod, me iuuiu <.uuiuioiiiuioi, wno wa C
^y^TV: ESPS ******* Enghsh interpreter, and who now live8 Jl
the status of the country, tells us: In the Berlin psychological warfare d
DUE DEFERENCE
There has been considerable criticism and much of it justi
fied between our organizations with regard to overlapping of
dates and affairs. Much of it is blamed on the season and the
idea of "making hay while the sun shines." With better plan-
ning this excuse would not be needed and much improvement
would be noted.
In normal times it is difficult to secure sufficient volunteers
and cooperation to put a job over. In our present situation with
so many away and others occupied in defense capacities, the
resources of manpower and cooperation must be tapped to the
maximum in order to do a minimum job.
Tapping these resources is impossible when dozens of af-
fairs are going on at the same time. Public interest and support
are divided. Publicity and newspaper space are vied for.
Scarce manpower is spread.
Comes now the Federation in its all-out effort to raise its
large budget. With considerably more funds to be secured than
ever before in the giving history of the community, it is unnec-
essary to enumerate the gigantic task facing the organization.
Its problems, basicaly like that of all the others, are magnified
tenfold by virtue of the over-all community program covered.
Where smaller groups each have their little band of ardent sup-
porters, Federation must depend on the concerted effort and
activity of all of them banded together, during the drive period.
Major functions of all groups must be laid aside until the
Federation drive and its pre-campaign activities are concluded.
The importance of a successful effort cannot be over-empha-
sized. Upon it depends the efficient functioning of necessary
local organizations and the lives and rehabilitation of thousands
of our brethren. The only exception to this statement is where
an event has a time element that is of national scope. These are
lare instances. While the function of each organization is
major and important to their group, due deference must be given
to an over-all agency constituted as such by us and through
which all of us benefit.
Much of this diversion of effort and sponsoring of affairs dur-
ing this period is not deliberate. We realize our responsibilities.
Let us see how quickly we can overcome this obstacle and dif-
ficulty we are placing in our own path. A little thought and
consideration is all that is needed. Give Federation a break
J .' i ment there is a folder marked 'In case of defeat'. .Tin it^
IffhOUt the World. 1 i_ 1----mIi ** ks\ta* fr* nrnmnlo rrmiffl rvnA vaI,**;**..-
j Rosenwald,
ing in behaJ : '"'
Council for Ju ';
oppo i oliti' al Z on
the committtee hi a|
things uncomfortable for Jews in prominent New Yo7k"S!|
Tins group is now organizmg nationally ... And itsZ
in th tune that the constant increase ot anti-Semitic incidents in Mm
be fully exposed. It's getting to be worse than New Y?l
. A Jewish woman wheeling a baby,:arnage Wa8 3
,lu1ion. which tiom the sidewalk into the gutter by hoodlums who shouted
the W: iti Pai 'Jews don't belong on the sidewalk."
"There t tctfm ufrf
"a se LlOltn nLnL .
Here's a tip for the FBI: The Bund is still active, behJ
the front of German singing societies and athletic clubs.
The Friends of Democracy have some dope on this. frl
day before New York's police officer Drew made his appearaml
blueprint on how to promote racial and religious pre
the United States. The anti-negro riots in Detroit coitwl
can war production a milion man-hours. More, that it
aerial bombardment of Detroit could have achieved"
Winchell tells us that an organized anti-Semitic group is mauj|
say '
questions and our d ts as to
its \ El ...
so that the Jew
u'timateb on "the LaGuardia radio broadcast he spent hours closeted rt
as a free and democratic Jewish ., ,, *T "JO ^'"seieawt
commonwealth.' I urge you ,he maYor in lhe latter s home. ... It is rumored that U
tlemen t< i this Guardia helped Drew write his apologia for the things be s
part of the i ith the j supposed not to have done.
'JEWISH NEWS
designed to serve a ly hu-
mamtarian purpose. Thii brings
youand through you, the Am-
erican peopleat once into a field
<>f international controversy and
into a subject that has deeply
divided the Jewish community
in this country-.
"The proposal, you will note.
ks of the establishment of a
and democratic 'Jewish'
commonwealth. I stress the word
J< wish." It does not say the
lishment of a free and demo-
'commonwealth.' It
cifically uses the word Jew
which has essentially a
religious connotation only though
1 ised in a racial
the nazi enemies of the
democracy Mr
rjwald concluded by pointina
that "the Jewish people are
mized politically, are not
want I., be a political
unit.
CiinilSSIIIIlWLLEIBEBS
IS FOR HOUSE BILL AT ROUND TflBLEi ^n
FEDERATION SPEAKERS
nKtbb,M '"'I?? Lehrma" and
Rabbi Max Shapiro, co-chair-
Thc'^ speakers division
of the 1944 United Appeal of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, have issued a call to
all organizations in Greater Mi-
to invite speak
The Zionist Organization of America is seriously conviaJ
that when its 1944 membership campaign will be comptefeil
the total of its members will surpass 150,000. We hear thai
when the Naples opera is reopened, next spring, by a group jl
Metropolitan opera singers who will fly to Italy for this purpatl
the instrumental musical background will be supplied by hi
Palestine Symphony orchestra. The March issue of Neil
Currents will carry an exclusive piece by Arthur Hays Sd>(
berger. publisher of the New York Times. SulzbergSil
theme will be his answer to the question: "What Makes Mil
a Jew?
BOOK DEPARTMENT .
Don't miss Lion Feuchtwanger's coming novel, "Simonii
... It will be out in April and will become a leading besMefal
. Also coming up in the spring is Vassili Grossman's anil
of fighting Russia and heroic Jews, "No Beautiful Nights."..
Another spring book that will interest you is Michael YouajJ
prophetic novel "The Trial of Adolf Hitler." ... And you will
positively thrilled by Compton Mackenzie's April book, '1
Roosevelt." ... It contains some interesting comparisons!
tween Churchill and Roosevelt. P. M. Raskin, the Amei
[Jewish poet who recently died, left two volumes unpubli
. verse. ... In his will be asked that his body be take
Palestine as soon as possible. One David Volk of!
; Hudson street, Hoboken, N. J., is looking for unpublished L
by the Hebrew poet and critic Naphtali Herz Wessely, wh
cers to ad- blgraphy he is writing. And if any descendants ofW
happen to read this, Volk will be very happy to hear
OF WKKI-TIFT BANQUET FEB. II
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) (CONTINUED T^OM PAQ
dorsed by. senators and r. | |)h O'Bi en Charleston s c
'"' Wills c. Taggart
tatives of both major political
parties, calling, tor. the.full on-
people hospital in Coral Gal
ft
portunity of the Jewish
to reconstitute Palestine
as
sfs
mon wealth;
Now, Therefore, Be It Resolv-
ed by the commission of the city
of Miami
Section 1. That it does hereby
express its heartfelt sympathy for
the unprecedented martyrdom of
the Jews in the nazi dominated
Europe.
Section 2. That it urges the
congress of the United States to
pass the Wagner-Taft Palestine
resolution pending in the senate.
' forces stationed in this
will also be master of i
He
monU.-.
leading military figures sta-
gtheri we Planning to
mitleo^T f ,h.''"""tive com-
m.tte-o cooperating to m-.Wo
SSWiS!wwk an ****&
McMaster.^S?.5 Dr-W H
Shane.
Blank.
, James K. Mc-
Kenneth Keyes. Sam
Benjamin E. Bronston
and the Compton-Wright resolu- P,aniel J Mahoney, Mr
tion pending in the house of rep-, Moore. Francis P. Locke MrV
rescntatives. | Sidney Weintraub. HennKig
"TsToWing'ameetrnJ^" I Gd luck ,0r Ale* ****% boss'of HillmOB .
, nw ard campaign time I lV0.118, ,or 9lving a job to aged Edgar Lee Masters, author*
S BureL3"^ ask.for Spcak- i ?Pn Rlver Anthology." who recently was found Ul H
Paign8 heeadUqu0arrteWrrs,,0,o!,2 cZ I ***"*"" U NW York^Y hospital.
wiirbeb madde9io hArran9emen,S STAGE AND SCREEN
at your meeting. *"* a speaker Bock on Broadway, to the delight of most of the critial
TRrwnr nKn i Joseph Schildkraut. in Eva Is Gallienne's and Margaret W
IHOPICAL PARK WILL HAVE s'er s Production of Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard."
NEW RACING SECRETARY ,.Vie ^irec,or WUliam Wyler has just completed a bea
technicolor film but whether we civilians will get a chan
;hn.. P- iL1' ,1S "question as yet undecided. ... For the picture H
' lm unce held two B***M ". and then
already chamP>onsh.p calibre at GuadalcSnal.
1 ABOUT PEOPLE
whir-h1?,0 u^!1'8 8tirrina oU painting "Crucifixion, lj
^ symbolically depicts the mass massacres of lewsbj^
museums_____It is ***
Alt*'
his initial
l~f&az *T
next IfaodS. '"
j^^NicmTTc.zEs =" tfaaurss
Section 3 That a copy of this "c,^t- J;,mw T Wilson. Dr f ArTl^i"**, w **VI4Bj ~~"" n" museum al
resolution be forwarded to the parson Albert L. Isaac Dr (ACTION OF HUNGAfeV Priva,e chat
president of the United States.:"^. Wilhams Rev. Glenn C -,,, -------n"W^ARY John Gariielc
with President Roosevelt recently, movis
the secretary of state, the BrTtTsh'^s. Father Florence^SiiThvan fZ^RICH. (JTA) R ;Z,iT W8 heard to observe that democracy *'
embassy in Washington. D. C. ?abh> Max Shapiro. Judge I);, "f 9^manv V cril tment aerfu] lhing ... "I can-, [{.. he wnA "Little
?feJff%3 Kf""''x" '"' *** f ,he EaM Slde ^^e8lden, d
tives of Florida.
- ----------.*. ilUII,
i Dunn. Jr. R.
meet the pre*
Joe Pasternak, the Hollywood
produ*"
... ^----------------------Ua,c> James- A. A. UnEar Ron '" Hungary: the ri rennn^ JOt Pasternak, the HoUywood proa*
PAN-ARAB TALKS TO BE "J-J; s""^- f^lmf'i^ X*** Sfi eSl08, COnlemP^ing a fling on BrcJadway. p*
HELD IN NEXT 6 WEEKS ZA*fgS+*~***. ^- iVlSJS \ XZZ^L B1{e^ -"^ whether he'lllatao *%
Jerusalem. (JTA) A pan-
Arab conference, to which Jewish
representatives from Palestine
wil be invited, will take place
OBITUARY
ISIDORE GOLDEN
Body of Isidore Golden ~n t
Jerusalem. (JTA) ^7
has resulted in i total" InfUt
raw immigrant, got his
^^il^^inthe companyrcomym1s^y:
Pallas Athena Restaurant
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AY. 7E3TJARY 18. 1944
CITAL OF GREAT
[REST WILL BE
'EN BY BEACH I
wide-sprea interest to the
Lit Miami music colony is
Jrecital to be presented by
lyM & WHA of Miami Beach
Its auditorium at 1 Lincoln
on Sunday afternoon. Feb-
20th at 4 p. m.
rmearing in this joint recital
Sergeant Clifton Hughes,
tone, and Private Frederick
Tvin, pianist. Both artists are
-known in this area having
bared frequently before Mi-
land Miami Beach audiences.
Lrgeant Hughes in civilian life
J a number of the San Carlo
|ra company. More recently he
- the leading role in the army
juction of "New Moon," He
also appeared in the Miami
Ira Guild performance of
ncn, and in the Artist series
oncerts at the Roney Plaza
j-.vate Marvin is a graduate
the Curtis Institute of Music
[has appeared in concert from
It to coast. He is best known
[the West Coast where he
bertized with several of the
Jing orchestras in California.
fore entering the army, he
yed the background music for
picture soon to be released,
pice of the Wind." In this
_B. Private Marvin has appear-
fvkith the Miami Symphony or-
stra, and also at the Roney
ia hotel in their Artist series.
,.iis concert is the third of a
Its given by the YM & WHA
IMiami Beach for its member-
There is no admission
rge and members are permit-
to bring a guest.
f. *-...*,*. fj^rgjfp^^
PAGE FTvT
Face Facts
By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
Juy War Savings Bonds.
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Following a recent speech, one
of our auditors sent in a lengthy
letter in which he expressed a
problem which we feel is bother-
ing many young Jewish people
today. He would like an answer.
Before we would even attempt
to solve this young man's prob-
lem, we would like your reac-
tion as we are sure it is one
about which you have done con-
1 siderable thinking.
Here it is:
"I am not a good Jew. A lot
of us young Jews born in America
think we have seen the hand-
writing on the wall years ago.
A lot of us discarded religion
and even assumed new names.
We seemed to get along pretty
well on the road. We were
ashamed of the Jew who was
born abroad. Probably due to
t his poverty and hardship, he was
exceedingly sharp in his business
I dealings with others. Sometimes
he was unkempt and unshaven."
(Our correspondent then relates
a long story regarding the be-
havior of an obnoxious individual
who also happens to be of the
! Jewish faith.)
"Men like this offset any good
that we younger Jews are trying
towards us. Isn't he vile and
uncouth? You can see the trail
of hate this man leaves for Jews
wherever he congregates. He is
almost as dangerous as the worst
anti-Semite.
"Maybe I'm a hypocrite. I am
ashamed of the following: My
wife's father has retired and
come to live with us. He and I
have always liked each other. He
wouldn't harm a fly. While I
like him, I am ashamed of him.
He is the type that wears a derby
and shaves twice a week. He has
disrupted our household. We
suddenly had to discard our ham
and bacon. The wife has to go
way out of her way and get only
kosher meat for him. She has
to dash home from business and
cook specially for him. We even
have two sets of dishes now. He
davens early each morning and
tvillum has been a strange sight
to me for about 25 years. He is
welcome to stay with us the rest
of his days but I am ill at ease
because of the impression he
makes on others.
"Well, feller, I hope you will
write and tell me I am all wet.
Sometimes I would like to tell
you of the experiment I tried,
how it worked out in regard to
our Jewish problem. It proved
conclusively to me that the more
American we Jews become the
better we were liked and accept-
ed. That those who knew us
and liked us could not suddenly
develop a hate for us when our
Jewish identity became known.
That the Gentile could find the
Jew clean, honest, fair and square
and a pretty regular fellow to
boot."
The Fourth War Bond Drive
is now on. What are YOU doing
to aid its successful completion?
Buy Series E Bonds today.
ggctffc*r4
'Your Complex Department
Store Wit
ith Quality
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
JUDGE LE1M
10 ADDRESS FED.
DIVISION OF GIFTS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
dered to the men in the armed
forces.
"You in this land of sunshine
are doubly blessed," he said. "In
the first place you have this
glorious climate. And on top of
that you have but one Jewish
campaign for the entire year,
while we in New York have three
drives to contend with. Aside
from the much larger need than
before, I feel that each one of
you should make a larger contri-
bution just as a thanks offering
that you have only one such
campaign annually."
Captains and workers of the
Special Gift Division met for
lunch at the Royal Center at
noon Wednesday, Feb. 16, when
advance plans for the Sunday
morning meeting were made.
Solicitation in this division will
start Sunday following Judge
Levinthal's address and will con-
tinue throughout the week.
"Our plans are proceeding
nicely, but more workers are
needed in a number of the
teams," Sher reported. "We must
have enough workers to be sure
to cover all prospects, or this
vital campaign will meet with
failure this year. We cannot af-
ford to fail because the demands
made upon the federation have
been increased so greatly."
As a further insurance of suc-
cess, Chairman Sher requests that
the names and adresses of new
Jewish residents who would be
glad to contribute to the cam-
paign be reported to the federa-
tion's offices, 1002 Congress build-
ing. The phone is 3-5411.
The campaign committee has
reported it is nearly ready to
announce team assignments, so
the need for more volunteers
not only is important, but also is
a pressing matter. Volunteers
are asked to call the federation
office.
The first meeting of the speak-
er division of the 1944 United Ap-
peal has been scheduled for 4
p. m. Monday, Feb. 21 in the
federation offices. The session,
called by Rabbi Max Shapiro
and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, co-
chairmen, will be devoted to ex-
plaining campaign plans and to
outlining the work expected of
the speakers.
AUSTRALIA TO ADMIT
150 JEWISH CHILDREN
Canberra, Australia, (JTA)
The Australian government an-
nounced this week that it is will-
ing to admit 150 Jewish refugee
children between the ages of
seven and fourteen.
In making the announcement.
Prime Minister John Curtin speci-
fied that the children "must be of
good type and satisfactory phy-
sically and mentally." They will
be examined by Australian au-
thorities in Britain before being
allowed to embark for the jour-
ney here.
Gartenberg & Schechter's
GEORGE WASHINGTON
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I flPIII DflVC GREAT 1A*?_J?f-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewiah Federation
luHl D U I U WrtJUII Board Help Ui KhP Record of Our M.n in Serrice
[0 SERVICE
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SERVICE ( Iff) PARADE!
Miamians among recent Rradu-
Zl f the OCS at Miami Beach
gud|. Harold R. Roth. 4371 S.
[First street and Herman Gold-
^g, 1011 Longford building.
course in airplane mechanical
kining at Keesler field, Miss
ITbeen begun by Pvt. Frederick
frnfield- 946 S. W. Fourth street.
Theodore L. Kruger. of 5630
Tree drive, Miami Beach,
i been reported for training at
Big Spring bombardier school,
rxas.
S/Sgt. Harold Insdorf, 23, of
the Bronx, air force gunner, was
killed in the mighty allied assault
on Schweinfurt. In service al-
most two years, he was the reci-
pient of the Air Medal and an
Oak Leaf Cluster.
[private Robert (Bob) Millar,
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mil-
2945 S. W. 27th Terrace, is
present stationed with the
r jv iff and family also reside here.
I Eddie Godin, yeoman 2/c. for-
(erly of Miami Beach, is co-
fthor of "The Coast Guard Vic-
iry Song," his mother Mrs.
Dphie Godin, 310 Washington
inue, Miami Beach, revealed.
Lt. Richard H. Messenger, of
Bridgeport, Conn., who lost his
life in the North African fighting,
is the second son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilburt A. Messenger to die in
the service of his country. His
older brother, Corporal Kenneth
Messenger, gave his life in the
Philippines immediately after
Pearl Harbor. Lieutenant Mes-
senger had been in service five
years.
[Mrs. Jane F. Silverstein. 536
f. 47th street, received word to-
fcy that her husband, Lt Marvin
F. Silverstein. USNR. had re-
lived the Silver Star from Presi-
tnt Roosevelt. The medal was
yarded Lt. Silverstein for con-
^icuous gallantry and bravery
action in the landing at Sicily,
fhere he directed the firing of
PC boat.
Col. Benjamin Stern. 43, of
Lincoln, Nebr., a signal corps of-
ficer, has been awarded the
Legion of Merit for "exceptional*
ly meritorious performance of
duties." Colonel Stern was cited
for organizing an air warning
service for his unit and estab-
lishing an air warning training
school. He has been in service
twenty years.
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 SELIG, Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac.
Executive Committee
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman.
Maurice Groaaman, Louia Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alex-
ander F. Miller, at Roth, Fred
Shochet, Milton Sirkin. Joseph
Stain, Mra. Herman Wallach, Carl
Welnkle. George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
Two aviation cadets from Mi-
li Beach have reported to Per-
field, Texas, for basic pilot
aining. They are Jacob W. Os-
rboudt of 752 W. 31st street,
Dd Malcolm J. Magid. of 1443
fest. Ave.
First Sgt. Norman R. Goldberg.
22, of New York City, who di-
rected traffic from the beach dur-
ing the invasion of Sicily, ex-
posed "continually to enemy fire"
and who refused to be relieved
from duty "despite severe phy-
sical stress," has been decorated
with the Legion of Merit, per-
sonally presented by Lt. Gen.
Clark, Sergeant Goldberg is at-
tached to the engineers corps.
T/Sgt. Herman Straussner, 25,
of Rego Park, N. Y., has received
the French Colonial Medal with
the Sahara Bar for helping to
rescue three French generals from
the African desert. This is the
first decoration given by a for-
eign command to American troop
carrier fliers. Sergeant Strauss-
ner also holds the Air Medal.
Lt. Carrol Hament, 22, of Balti-
more, Md., pilot of a B-25 bomber
named "Miss Baltimore," has been
decorated with the Air Medal and
four Oak Leaf Clusters for ser-
vice with General Doolittle's
forces. Dropping their deadly
load on an east coast Italian
target, the B-25's were met with
severe flak and an attack by a
score of ME-109's, coming up from
behind. Both engines of Ham-
ent's plane were hit, one wing
was pierced by shells, and fluid
was streaming from the hydraulic
lines. "The plane was loggy,"
Lieutenant Hament said, "the
controls mushy, our oil pressure
was dropping, and our left wing
seemed to drag through the air."
After "coaxing" the plane over
a long stretch of water, Pilot Ha-
ment managed a crash landing
by use of the hand brake.
ON ILLTHE FRONTS
Tech. Sgt. Daniel Goldstein.
27, of Brooklyn, N. Y., holder of
the Distinguished Flying Cross,
the Air Medal, and an Oak Leaf
Cluster, has been reported miss-
ing in action. Goldstein, radio
operator and aerial gunner on the
famous Flying Fortress, the
"Rose O'Day," became the center
of newspaper attention last win-
ter when the story was told of
the day his plane was suddenly
atttacked by 75 German aircraft.
The "Rose O'Day" managed to
pick off five of these, and Gold-
stein was credited with at least
one: a Focke-Wulfe 190. Despite
the battering it took from the
German planes, the Fortress man-
aged to return to its home base.
Goldstein is the youngest of six
children, and he has a brother in
the service.
T/Sgt. Harry Shultx. 35, of Kan-
sas City, Mo., holds the Distingu-
ished Flying Cross, an Oak Leaf
Cluster to the DFC. an Air Medal
and a Purple Heart. A partici-
pant in the Ploesti attack. Ser-
geant Shultz, an aerial engineer
aboard a Liberator, crawled over
an open bomb bay to extinguish
a fire started by enemy shells.
Captain Robert M. Fuller. 27,
of the Bronx, New York, has been
listed as missing in action on the
Northwest African front. Captain
Fuller, an officer in the medical
detachment of the army, was a
member of the sea assault force
which captured the Oran harbor
facilities last November 8. He
was on an old coast guard cutter.
As the ships entered the harbor,
they were greeted by gunfire. The
cutter steamed forward at full
speed, and shells and bullets be-
gan to hit it. The shore gunners
got the cutter's range and started
to hammer it to bits. Seconds
later a shell crashed into the %n-
gine room and made the vessel
helpless.
Lt. Stanley Kirschman. 25, of
St. Louis, Mo., was fatally injur-
ed in a bomber crash near the
Savannah army air base, while on
a cross-country training flight.
Lieutenant Kirschman, a gradu-
ate of the army air force naviga-
tion school at Hondo Field, Tex-
as, had been in service nearly
two years.
Lt Avery Norman Segall. 22,
of Chicago, 111., an aviation in-
structor, was killed in a plane
crash over Arizona. Lieutenant
Eegall's cadet, his safety strap
coming loose, fell onto the control
stick and broke it, sending the
ship out of control. Lieutenant
Segall could have bailed out, fly-
ing officers said, but chose to re-
main with his craft, trying des-
perately to pull it out of its fatal
spin. The lieutenant was a writ-
er in civilian life and a member
of the Anshe Emet synagogue.
Sgt. Joseph S. Scheinberg.
pn of Mr. and Mrs. Mendel
chomberg. 242 S. W. Fourth
freet, has been promoted to staff
trc-ant at Camp Maxey, Tex.,
ihire he is attached to an in-
lntry unit.
Lt. (jg) Herbert D. Solomon,
ISNR, 32, of Arverne, N. Y.,
fhose valorous conduct in action
gainst the Japanese has earned
fm a Letter of Commendation,
hot down an enemy plane, and
ossibly another, with the auto-
matic weapons aboard a landing
raft under his command. Going
the assistance of the survivors
an American destroyer sunk
Japanese dive bombers, Lieut-
lant Solomon, in his LCT. res-
d 175 men.
Lt. Jerome Goldberg. 24. of
Paterson, N. J., Liberator bomb-
ardier who participated in the
Ploesti oil fields assault, holds
eight decorations: the Distingu-
ished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal, and six Oak Leaf Clust-
ers. Completing thirty-five bomb-
ing missions against enemy in-
stallations in Italy, Greece, Aus-
tria, and Rumania, Lieutenant
Goldberg has returned to the
United States and is now await-
ing reassignment.
Pfc. Samuel Moskowits, 34, of
New York City, serving with the
45th cavalry reconnaissance
troop, was wounded in action in
the Mediterranean area. In ser-
vice a year and a half, he was
a stock record and dividend
clerk in civilian life.
Pfc. Morris Liddell. 28, of Ro-
chester, N. Y., an infantryman
killed in action in the North Af-
rican area, has been posthum-
ously awarded the Silver Star
and the Purple Heart. The cita-
tion of his commanding officer.
Major General Eddy, accompany-
ing presentation of the Silver
Star, stated, "While engaged in
the hazardous duty of stringing
barbed wire, he was brought un-
der hostile fire. Realizing the
importance of his duty, and with
complete disregard for his per-
sonal safety, Pic. Liddell tenaci-
ously continued his task until
fatally wounded by an enemy
sniper's bullet. His splendid ex-
ample of gallant heroism in mak-
ing the supreme sacrifice typi-
fies the finest traditions of our
service."
fili Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee, do P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida
Name
Home Address
. Serial No._
Birth Date____
Street City
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State
Civilian Occupation...
Date Entry
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City State
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Information Transmitted by
Telephone number____________
Date
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.Rank or Rating.
Sgt. Martin Caplan. 26, of At-
lantic City, N. J., has been award-
ed the Silver Star for gallantry
under enemy fire. Landing on a
beach at Morocco, Sergeant Cap-
lain rushed to the water's edge
despite heavy artillery fire to aid
a wounded comrade, lying help-
less and exposed to the hail of
shells and bullets from enemy
shore batteries. Caplan carried
the injured man to safety and ad-
ministered aid until medical
corpsmen reached him.
CpL Max Bioom. 27, of Brook-
lyn, an infantryman, was wound-
ed in action in Sicily. Corporal
Bloom saw action in the fiercest
fighting on the North African
front, and was later sent to
Sicily, where he was wounded
during the first week of that
campaign. He is one of three
brothers in service. _____
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ITT
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
NOTES OF Y. M. H. A
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SAM SILVER
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Servic for Uie week-end an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
The Miami chapter of the AZA
No. 322 which meets at the
Miami YMHA had their board
of review for the Irving Ginsberg
memorial award.
This Boy Scout award, the first
ever presented by any Miami
AZA chapter is confined to
Scout Troop six. G
meritorious service botl
and to community, this award
will be given yearly by Chapter
No. 322.
At the board of review two
candidates from the troop who
lived up to the requirements for
the award were examined by a
scouting committtee consist;
eight members from the chapter
that had been scouts and Ralph
Guns, scout committeeman I ir
Troop 6.
The requirements for the award
are: the scoul must not be a
member of the chapter, must
havi 1 the age of fifteen.
and attained the rank
class scout in his troop. He must
nominated by his troop.
Aleph Hebert Katz, scout ng
chairman, announced that Scout
Gilb< it 1'- rry age 17. and resid-
ing at 2L'T K San Marino D
had been given the mi I i
and the award. An an
ment concerning the
tion date would
at a lat< : lati
Irving Ginsburg wa
Godol (president) of M
. pt< r Ni 322 ol AZA I
successive terms and
of the
this community. H< wai
the two members of AZA in Mi-
ami ive made the
sacrifice in w< i id war II.
BainGeneral Meeting
As 1 ii. last week's

neral i
enti: lip of the VM &
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F : uary 23i Y buil
1567 S. W. 5': Miami.
F
ing. Leslie Balogh Bain, widely
known radio comnv tatoi
imnist, '. ill spi ak on "Anti-
Semitism in the Future."
The meeting will commence at
8:15 p. m. Tin- ance
to express your I I dislikes,
so i Let the Y
ti ms you
nave to i I
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710 S.W. 12th AV. MIAMI
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SERVING MIAMI BEACH
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Basketball
The Miami Y and the Miami
Beach Y opposed each other in
basketball last Sunday aft< i
The Miami Y won this tim
SCOre ot 17-12. Let's iiope there
are more of these games and
Other events between the
v.
de-
of AZA m basketl
day.
Club Council
Miss Miriam Levine, of girls' acth ii
a club council at the Y. Miss
Hope Ellei i im I bei ti
elected chain mcil.
which will plan all affairs for
. t h i ">
: futuri
Don't Forget Public Forums
Public
m's cultui
'.: and Man h
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V lex Mil lei
Anti-D igue in Mi-
itor.
Servicemen
The Y wants new ling
tarj
vice,
tthe gem
Mr an at the Y
3-41 me at
ve any n
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r Sgt. I :
n Ft. Bi ining.
ii., Ca till i ee as
.-.- My part
s Sgt A J "Stumpj K.::
tatiom i' ii l
; as met many of the Jewish
an i says that they
: of the
Jew. out
Bank a Birm-
'
at Boi a Rati n for time,
El
otnei daj i says tl
at.- all
: ally black!
I km
ti '.
mon tha -..<., they ieturn.
May God watch over all of tl
safely to their homes very soon.
Invitation
presi lent
i. 'i B'i ... B'rith,
xti nded an in\
the gem i hip
he Y to
,nu of B'nai B'rit
at Beth Da
Toi ah Tui sdaj rung Fi
22nd; ai
lation ol
B'rith '..i be held at Temple Israel
' on : ,
Dr, A' rai L Sachi na-
tional director i : Hillel, will
,the main sp the inst
turn affair.
,.M ,, al< as follows.
Temple Israel-Friday i
at ock Or Jacob H.
Kaplan officiatin, H lennon
II : taut Et
A eei entorJu
services, bi by '
,d with M olph
Wertheimer as ,"! *"-
with th<
ling
ing
ip meet '"m
I m.
Z

A pi
I
N

'I

5 ; n

gregation
will conduct l and
tor Louis H
will offii iati
i it
Iak-
er, Hi '
will Ai ti-Semit is a
Challi Schon-
the social h
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
Miami Beach Exclusively
Homes and Investments
Properties
Aik for my free 1944 Informative
Map cf Miami Beach
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Ejta'e S'rv e
605 Lincoln RrJ. pj, (,. ^gyj
birth lay 1 n orn-
-
Return to / Jui ioi
m.
Beth Js Coi Lati
Friday evi ning I
Moses Mi luct-
ing ervici The guest
ik< r will \ Cassel
: Ft Tryon Park, N Y Satur-
rning at 9. The g u
Rabbi Morris Beesdin,
will speak on 'The Torah Now
and Forever." Shalosh Seudos
ai 6:45 p. m Saturday night re-
ception by the Miami Beach
Mizrachi, in honor oi Gedalia
B lik itor and man
veli
Miami Beach Jewish Communi-
- at
6:15 | n an I lati Friday
at 8:15. Rabbi
Irving Lehi .. rmon I
will
of lectures on
Weapoi S in .-. Cantor
" Wi If will chant the
ti : by thi i
s ': ;" :' ing ai 9 o'clock
Rabl i 1 wni g., ,K on'
'from the Heights." Bar
Mitzyah of Herben P m r on
of Mr. and Mrs Harry Posner,
" the
by a
in honor of thi Bai
Junior congn gatioi
Bible study, under the
Of Morris Ci.
The last report on the bond
drive is very gratifying. I
, know whether the exhorta-
, s contained In this column
..hmg to do with it or
.1 regardlea; p causes
:,. satisfactory. Total
E bond sal.~ are $367,000 which
is the highest total of any or-
ganization in Dade county The
(400.000 will undoubtedly
: ,i tin meeting on the
at Beth David when the
I aUction will be held The
A-ing firms have donated
auctioned, which
i KClusion of donations
i this writing: Dun-
Mi n simp. Miami Chil-
dren's shop, Maxwell's. Stylaneze.
Ward Distributing Co., Supreme
R, i .: ml Supply, Morris Ehr-
\ call has been made
'. Nal Roth, who is now touring
state in order to pick up
ho., We have a
ling bet that he will arrive
with the goods before the
Leo Chaiken has come for-
......t that rare stuff.
also to be auctioned at
lie of things that used to
: rig to Milton Fried-
there is a chance that a 10
I prime roast, U. S. No. 1
. the pieee de resistance.
and I have a picture of you epi-
with your bulging check-
, ying for its possession.
ments will be served after
:ng. which will not. how-
include any of the roast.
rhe installation affair will be
held at Temple Israel on Kebiu-
arj 29th at h 30. Suffice it to
thai Dr. Sachar will be the
i The program will be
rounded out with musical telec-
and the committee for this
imises us that Dr. Sachar
will be electrifying. His subnet
will not be announced until that
evening. Do not miss this.
please
May we diverge at tins time to
congraulate Brother Sol c;<>ld-
strom on his Tilth birthday. For
the information of those without
knowledge. Brother Goldstrom
-pent 50 of those years in
active participation in Bnai Brith
affairs. Who can approach that
i" Brother Goldstrom has
,been appointed co-chairmT^"
with Milton Friedm^^
men's division of the fJ&r *
drive. The need for $Fk
workers in this drive s^
Every year cards are",**
to possible volunteers *? ?|
request that they ia,l *',h *
turn card signifying their 1?,*
ness to help. This yea 7>l
sponse has been mil. ,*
Please indicate your 3^3
help by Phoning Brothel
Flash! Alter much rese^;
I have found that the ne3
ular song Maresy Doze rfi\
na."y au,d y*** MaiJ|
Oats. We hope you app^S
the cultural aspe,: f ^tS
umn For the lit, ral traiSLJ
of the rest of ti, -,)ng. C0I2
your columnist Kach week!
will attempt to Kive you sorreJ
and startling discovery for r.
edification.
London. (WNS) The enJ
Jewish population of Pinsk wl
its surrounding an a was id|
sacred by the Germans, accordal
to a report released here Ua|
week by the Polish TelepapB
agency.
BEFORE YOU BUT
see
LEON E L KIN
with
METROPOLITAH
LIFE INS. CO.
Not BMt Becauw higgtt\
ButBigffMt BcauM Bt
GREETINGS
J. S. MAS'
PHARMACY
Firit and Washington Avtnm
PHONE 5 99S3
MIAMI BEACH
24-HOU.R
Ambulance Service
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots. Homes. Hotels
Apartment Houses
M. GILLER
REALTOR
1448 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-5875
the
on
REAL ESTATEMIAMI
TO BUY OR SELL
CONSULT
HERBERT HODES
REALTOR
1015 Seybold Building
Phone 3-3143 or 2-3426
iing
10 a. m.
i 15 and

Beth Sholom C. I
eduled tor Friday
rung at 8 15. Edward Clark.
munvei peak
J Can-
I"""-'' an will cl
^e.and in the conjn
urn he :-
ornim
in.int the liturgy -\
will be fter
RACING-


Ci
will
kiddush
the


I Sha-
Orthodox Con
OLD SARATOGA INN
Bisc.iyne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725
Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon
Cocktail Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines
'IKE BUS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS Mil FROM MUMI flltCH
OPEN EVERY DAY
FaJS2vSr;
530DmuiO8wi hw&rt
the occasion n.i.. "! '"

.
6:30 p. Tll(.

8.30 a. m. and .
6M,phnih sarj
group at -i 40 p,
ANNUAL
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Championship at 3-8 Mile
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JAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1944
F
HUTU OF SPIRIT
It is the dearth of the spirit of
btherhood that is making havoc
[the world. Out of it has
Lwn an unbelievable record of
fa-Semitic persecution and of
t repression of the Christian
arch, whether Catholic or Pro-
tant. If the United States is
help constructively in the
jtblems that arise from lack of
Jtherhood, political, economic
religious, in the world at
je. its own practice of brother-
Dd must be so apparent as to
beyond question. We cannot
\p solve world problems of the
ations of white and colored
jples if we are not earnestly
intelligently seeking to solve
own colored problem. We
mot in good conscience in-
upon the rights of minorities
(conquered lands if intolerance
practiced here, or if the se-
pty of minorities in our own
D<.1 is uncertain.
The people of the United
ites have a magnificent oppor-
nty to prove to the world that
+JewlsliFk>rldUar)
:
PAGE NINE
groups of almost all of the earth's
national, racial and religious
backgrounds can live harmonious-
ly together, respecting one an-
other, and heartily cooperating
in areas of common conviction
and responsibility. The world
needs to be persuaded that di-
versity of cultures makes society
strong. Our country could render
no greater service to the cause
of a lasting peace than to demon-
strate that on this continent.
This high mission is committed
to us as a nation.
The American Revolutionary
principle that no one is free un-
less all are free is a corollary
of the spiritual essence of brother-
hood that "we are all members
of one body."
A leader in the American
Revolutionary war wrote:
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
DeSoto
Candy Co.
2625 S. W. 16th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 4S-1SM
GREETINGS
S U T T O N
JEWELRY CO.
Successors to "Whiltn"
THE OLDEST JEWELRY
STORE IN MIAMI
Established 1897
132 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 2-5996
GEORGE LANGER
of
THESUNGAS
Not Incorporated
1100 Watt Flagler Street
Phones: 2 38112-3833
|HIS JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
GREETINGS
CHRYSLER CORPORATION
irteitip Condoning
Installs* in your store or office
attracts customers, increases
Jales and personnel efficiency.
eceesary overhead increase
offiet by sales advantagss. In-
stalled in your homo improves
MRU, gives added comfort.
Lt SIZES AND CAPACITIES
PROMPTLY AVAILABLE
Call 7-4631 for Particulars
IBBS OIL CO.
N. W. SECOND AVENUE
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
From
PALM LAKE COURT
COTTAGES
7600 N. W. 27th Avenue
Phone 7-131
He that would make his own
liberty secure must guard even
his enemy from oppression; for,
if he violates this duty, he estab-
lishes a precedent that will reach
himself.
After this war voices may be
raised calling for hate against
Jews, or against negroes or kind-
ling animosity against the papacy
or arousing distrust of Protest-
ant "liberals." After world war
I the Klan, the shirt organiza-
tions and the black legion did
this.
Now is the time to immunize
our citizens against the fears that
would divide our people. If those
of any religion or race lose their
rights, by that precedent the
rights of all will be threatened.
But a nobler argument for a
unity in brotherhood which finds
*
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
BISCAYNE TENT
& AWNING CO.
245 S. W. 6th Street
Phone 3-6248

room for differences rests in the
material and spiritual well-being
which together Americans can
create. Let Brotherhood Week
make Americans consciously
aware of the need to carry war-
time teamwork into the post-war
era. There is no economic, po-
litical or social problem too tough
to solve if Protestants, Catholics
and Jews, each true to their own
spiritual traditions, cooperate as
one family of American citizens.
GREETINGS
WHITE
SUNDRY STORE
2833 Bird Avenue
PHONE 4-9140
To All Our Friends
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
PARK'S MEN'S SHOP
221 E. Flagler Street
Phone 0-2291
OZER AND SAPffiO REPORT
LARGE HOTEL BOND SALES
Co-chairman, Max M. Ozer and
Samuel T. Sapiro, Miami Beach
division of the Dade county war
finance committee, report returns
to date exceed $1,600,000 in war
bond sales at the Versailles hotel.
The quota charged to the Ver-
sailles having been $1,500,000.
"Added sales are being made
daily and the hotel hopes to
reach the $2,000,000 mark by Feb-
ruary 15," said Milton Wolf,
comptroller of the hotel.


u*rL
tfbpt
I\)GUST BROS RV
I* i ..... HH.-T-'
Is the BEST
9
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY
JEWI8H FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
s
INCORPORATED
300 South Miami Avenue
Phone 2-7664-3-1660
.
Today *e Army. Navy, Marines/Air Corps are making
use of modern Gas cooking and baking equipment. They
ik Gu to heat water and to heat buildings, too.
That meaniless equipment for civilian establish-
ments .. .until the war is won. But don't forget that
the reason for uch uses for Gas by the military Is Its,
efficiency in commercial fields. Remember, too, that
improvemcnti in design are making possible many ad-
vances sad refinements which vou will want to have
after the war.
For a hotel, restaurant, hospital, club, chain-itorc or
ajiy othei kind of institution where mass feeding obtains
... Just m in war plant cafeterias today there will
be hothing finer thsn the new streamlined, prccisi
controlled Gas cooking and baking equipment.
FOR ALL
COMMEkCIAL COOKINq
PEOPLES
COMPANY
HOLLYWOOD
FT. LAUDERDALE
MIAMI BEACH


PAGE TEN
IS
MOT A LUXURY BUT
IT IS II NECESSITY
Thla is th message of Brother-
hood Week to be observ I
the country under the a
of the N. : il Conference ol
Christians and Jews. February
20-26, 1944.
Brotherhood is not a
but a necessity. Especially in
wartime. It is n I leliberate
ground ol
dutv i r i I i xj ediency, of an atl
tude of kindliness toward tl
lircle, whom n
we might distrust or dislike. It
is rather the recognition of the
true relationship 0 man to hj
. fellowman. obedience to the law
of man's
of man i
auence II
I God. Ail men
f
ent raci s. nal
I treat one anoth< r as
to livi in accord with th
G
such
G '
!
I
Is

:
*Je^istfhrld^ri_
tice of brotherhood rests upon the
wUl Brotherhi-od always re-
amres the effort to un
our relations "ithta"
tor
ban. ''
.

5 in l
in
peac< :

nUDAY, FEBRUARY
brought on this war. Only the
practice of brotherhood between
nations can make wars to cease.
H is is the teaching of religion,
and statesmen are coming to see
,t and to teach it. too. A triumph
0f armed might, a rearrangement
of national boundaries, even the
nization of an association of
will not. singly or to-
guarantee a durable
But brotherhood will do
Nothing else will do it. How
more havoc must man work
he loarns if
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
Miami Conservatory
1737 N.
BysHore Dr., Ph. 2-5S35
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ROGER W. ARNOLD
." S iS .'.'-.1 >f..e
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BROTHEK-OOD GREE1
DP. W. H. ELLIS
GREETINGS
JOSEPH M.
CHEETHAM
GREETINGS
COCKTALE BAR
114 E. E. lit Stret
MIAMI
Brotherhood W *"fj tj All GREE' Soi
LILLIAN MILLS S-8 JEFFERSON A\.E WISTERIA FRUIT COMPANY
VIAM1 BEACH FLORIDA 303 e Ftagie Street V AMIPHONE 3 Xii

GREETINGS TO MANY JEWISH E.
EARL V. WILSON COMPANY
Merchandise Brokers
Miami Jacksonville Tampa ------------_------- _. __------
H. ANGEL
PHIL FELDSTEIN
AND ASSOCIATES OF
G. M. A. C L U B
EXTEND GPEETINGS
TO ALL
2C S E FIRST AVENUE

MAY WE EXTEND SINCERE
GREETINGS
WOFFORD
HOTEL
2400 Ocean Driva
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
FLOIHOH SALES CO.. IIC.
2229 N. W. First Court
PHONE 3-7635
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
H. EARNEST OVERSTREET
TAX COLLECTOR FOR DADE COUNTY
TO ALL-SEASON'S BEST WISHES
TROPICAL LIQUORS
Hilt CO.
ORLANDO YOUTH^
W THE NATIONAL8^
Morty Coh<^r~i4.vr 3
lando student, left '^1.
to become a page L"nJ,5
tional house VreSL"**!
, Morty. born andPrffiftl
lando. is a member do?.?
Scouts, student councU^S
monal junior high seh^j
a drummer in the sche*u?l
He will enter thcl22N
ter of the page LWV
will finish the termY^
Morty ,s the son 0fV
Mrs. Barney J Cohen, !
Concord avenue. Mr CoWJ
well known political SI
Central Florida. W
The son reci ived his aQ
ment as page from R-l
ft2uuendnck- flfth ^
Buy War Bonds Todj*.
30 E. Flagler st Phom ;jj
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
McAVOY LINCOLN ROAD MEN'S FURNISHINGS
727 729 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-7772
WATERPROOF FOB
THE DURATION
ART
CEMENTl
PAINT
THE ORIGINAL EXTERICll
WATERPROOF CEMEHT
PAINT
1. WEATHERPROORl
itarior walli. Becomti >ta>|
ral part of matonry i.-tal
No chipp -fl or pi "j ll
/art ap"CJC t Mrv.ci ll
2. BEAUTIFIES
txtarior walla. n io *l
colera and white. Li>ww'|
and permanent
G*t It At Your Dwki
Art Cement Mfg. Ci
Miami. Florida
24 N. W. 7th STREET
PHONE 3-7648
RIDE THE
"The Short Way" To and From
MIAMI BEACH
to SEE
%S
.?**
<
^1

\
TO ALL .... BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
WOFFORD PACKAGE STORE
WHEN LOW IN SPIRITS
CALL 51413
WE AIM TO PLEASE
*/..>
\
Jh can consene od ?onr lighting, aid thus coasene till oil
transportation, manpower and critical material:.
tr. ~~ Tin *M ua*i _
2401 Collins ATtmit
Miami Btach

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JL\iJLiS!LllEIIIIlTt JDST nrrmr CBEAP!


tIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1944
Jacksonville Importance of
pgnculture in any plan for de-
velopment of Florida's post-war
Ipportunitics, was stressed again
my State Sen. Ernest R. Graham,
if Dade county in a radio address
fere.
As guest speaker on radio sta-
tion WPDQ, the white-maned
Candidate for governor, said that
In mapping employment plans
1, ome 300.000 returfting Flor-
id ians from the armed services,
itate leaders must give thought to
[lie opportunities offered in agri-
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GEORGIA CULPEPPER
MADALINE CULPEPPER
Tivoli Beauty Salon. Inc.
Tor the Lady Who Caret"
Open Evenings by Appointment
744 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
PHONE 3-2561
+Jewlsli FhrkUan
BEST WISHES TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS
WALKER CASKET
COMPANY
535 N. W. 34th Street
Phone 3 8639
GREETINGS
EDITH & FRITZ
3236 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5830
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
67 N. E. 36th STREET
PHONE 70404
GREETINGS
L. C. Bar & Package
Store
600 Fifth Street
PHONE 5-5121
GREETINGS
FRED A. KOENIG
PAUL'S
BOAT
SUPPLY
PHONE 2-7641
2*0 S. W. Sixth Street
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
McGINTY'S
SINGING BAR
Where matte and budd.et meet
from all over the country. An
evening spent In our epacloua bar
and danctland will be aomtthing
to remember. Popular prlcee, at-
tractive dancing partntrt.
t*S N. E. let Street
culture for creating jobs not only
on the farm but also indirectly in
the cities. He pointed out that
for every person engaged in basic
work, such as farming, jobs for
two others are provided in the
. He said that after the last war.
PWf* of Ending the $10,000
job he expected, he returned to
civilian life for $1,800 the first
year and supported a wife and
two children.
"Those things won't happen af-
ter this war, if we use the sense
God gave us, to plan the future.
We can t talk glibly about spend-
ing millions of dollars, unless we
first find out where that money's
coming from. Money just doesn't
grow on trees and additional
taxation is out of the question.
The solution lies in creating work
and wealth. Agriculture offers
almost unlimited possibilities
along that line.
PAGE ELEVEN
GREETINGS
PIG 6, WHISTLE
BARBECUE GRILL
3345 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SCHAFF PRESERVING
CO. Inc.
1305 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 24634
TWIN OAKS
GRILLE
W. ED. LAMBERT, Prop.
Personally Conducted
Kitchen
Phone 2-8810 828 9! W. 2nd Ave.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewith Patront
and Friends
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
503 N. W. 7TH AVENUE
PHONE 2-7901
GREETINGS TO ALL
MIAMI
ARMATURE
WORKS
565 N. W. Sth Strewt
PHONE 2-4749
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GLICK'S MARKET
2203 N. W. 36th Street
MIAMI
PHONE 7-9421
DIAMONDS
JEWELRY
LUGGAGE
NOVELTIES
PROVIDENT JEWELRY
& LUGGAGE CO.
39 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 2-3260
GREETINGS TO ALL
from
M. L. BAKER
Friden Calculators
120 N. E. 1st Street
PHONE 3-3159
Miami
BEACH CHAIRMEN
THANK GUESTS FOB
Reports from Max M. Ozer and
Samuel T. Sapiro, co-chairmen
of Miami Beach division of the
Dade county war finance com-
mittee indicate the $8,000,000
sales-level has been passed. Many
hotels have not been listed in
this report as some are still
planning special events which
they hope will aid them in sub-
scribing their quotas.
Mr. Sapiro states, "Many of
the large bond sales were cleared
through out of town banks when
it was found more convenient
for hotel guests at Miami Beach
to have such bonds issued by
GREETINGS
AUNT SALLY'S
KITCHEN
216 N. E. 79th Street
MIAMI
PHONE 7-4292
GREETINGS
TROPICAL SODA
SHOP
942 N. E. First Avenue
GREETINGS
THE WESTERN MEAT
COMPANY
2122 N. W. Seventh Avenue
MIAMI, FLA.
Phone 3-7637
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
ABBOTT ELECTRIC
General Electric Mazda Lamps
Wiring, Repairs and Alteratione
of all Types
3400 N. Miami Ave.
Ph. 3-6294
GREETINGS
DICK'S GAS WELL
999 N. W. 20th Street
MIAMI
PHONE 3-9169
FRANCIS HOTEL
19 N. E. 3rd Street
PHONE 2-9227
Miami
EXTENDS
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO ALL
GREETINGS
Phone 2-3705
T. W. MILLS
Eatimates Free
A. H. BECKER
R O B B I N S
ROOFING &
SHEET METAL
COMPANY
"The Responsible Roofers"
ESTABLISHED 1919
ROOFING and ROOF SUPPLIES
Retail Contracting, Repairing
222 N. W. 24th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
their own banks, which often are
depositories for their bonds.
Whenever possible, arrangements
were made to have Dade county
credited with such sales. There
will, however, be a variance be-
tween Jhe dollar volume of bond
sale committments and the actual
bond sales credited to Miami
Beach and Dade county because
of sales originating locally but
closed and credited elsewhere."
"We wish to thank the many
hotel guests," said Mr. Sapiro,
"for their thoughtfulness and
courtesy in making their invest-
ments here out of respect to the
effort made by the banks staffs,
the hotel interests and the enter-
tainment groups under the guid-
ance of Alfred Kaye and A. G.
V. A."
"In the purchase of the market
issues, it is sound business to
make investments at once in order
to enlist idle dollars and to avoid
the possibility of having to pay
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
-EGETABLES
ITAMINS
ICTORY
Klefeker Produce Co.
1191 N. W. 22nd St.
Ph. 38795
CREETINGS TO ALL
Leo & Gingers Bar
633 N. E. 1st Avenue, Miami. Fla.
PHONE 3-9439
GREETINGS
STRAND
HOTEL
226 N. E. 2nd St.
Ph. 2-7481
Deigaard & Preston
Builders, Inc.
264 Giralda Avenue
PHONE 4-4014
CORAL GABLES
GREETINGS
PICCIOLO
Italian-American Restaurant
134-36-38 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach
BEER and WINES
Phone 59031
Famous for ita Real Italian
Dinners, Steaks, Chops, Sea
Foods, Pizza, Ravioli, Spaghetti
GREETINGS
SAVORY BAKE SHOP
REAL HOME-MADE
BAKED GOODS
16S4 Alton Road*
Phone 5-4941
MIAMI BEACH
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GENERAL
SHEET METAL
1943 N. W. let COURT _,
PHONE 2-3915
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MERRILL STEVENS
DRY DOCK CO.
1270 N. W. 11th STREET
MIAMI
PHONE 2-5151
a premium for bonds in the near
future." "Everyone of the mar-
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wJewiislh Floradliiai m 1CT0RY BUY VNITBD •TATSI WAR BONDS I STAMPS H IE 17—No. 7 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS Ige Levinthal to Address Special ts Division at Federation Session Icampaign activities of the B5 United Appeal of the t r Miami Jewish Federation S)v continued at 11 a. m. ly Feb 20. when the special %  Vision will hold a "brunch" ( Clover club, 118 Biscayne lard. The meeting has been ted by the co-chairmen, fy C. Myers, and Carl Be, in co-operation with Sher, campaign chairman. gc Louis E. Levinthal of the [of common pleas in PhilaJa and former president of lionist Organization of Am! will be the principal speakJjudge Levinthal has been Went Zionist worker since irly youth and has an outHng record as a lawyer and fudge. [philanthropic organization Judge Levinthal is not only idrr in Zionist work, but la member of the board of |ors of the public charities eign and of the executive jittce of the public charities jittee of Pennsylvania, bo'.h Cm non-sectarian organiza, He also has headed a number of Jewish organiza, in Philadelphia. St Sunday saw the initial [taken here at a meeting of Initial Gift division of the kaign at the Monte Carlo Miami Beach, under the Irship of Sam Blank and Bronston. co-chairmen. A Jng address was made by En Weill of New York, chair[of the public relations come of the National Jewish jH-e board. Weill, who made fcial trip to Miami Beach for necting, told jyhat is being along national lines and Bed the assistance being renllCONTINUED ON PAGE 9| AT IIII UN II TABLE FEB. 11 Co-chairmen Daniel H. Redfern, Andrew T. Healy and Alfred Stone of the Miami Round Table announced that members of the Miami Round Table will meet for a banquet on February 22nd at 6:30 p. m. in the banquet hall of the Miami Women's club building, 1737 N. Bayshore Drive. Reservations may be made with the Miami Round Table 3-8084. A trio of outstanding national leaders of the Protestant, Catholic and Jewish faiths in Miami for the program of the national conference with the armed forces, will present the same program enjoyed by the men in the services for the guests at the Miami Round Table banquet. It will include Dr. Robert Searle, secretary of the Greater New York City Federation of Churches; Rabbi Julian Feibelman of New Orleans and Monsignor (CONTINUED ON PAOE 4) LEADERS TESTIFY SUPPORTING BILL JUDGE LOUIS E. LEVINTHAL MASS MEETING FEB. 28 BY AMERICAN ZIONISTS B'NAI B'RITH EXCEEDS SERIES E BOND QUOTA -j ITER IS DEAD knuon. (JTA) — Prof. Leon schwicg, i n t e r n a t ionally /n French-Jewish philosoI, died in Evian after an opIon, it was learned here this t. He was dismissed from sorbonne in Paris under the \y anti-Jewish laws. >rn in Paris in 1869. he bea professor at the Sorbonne 909. He wrote many works pinoza and his philosophy e result of the influence of Joza whom he considered the inner of contemporary idealHe was a member of the Jcmie des Sciences Morales folitiques," a Chevalier of the fch Legion of Honor, and one te leaders of the League for Jan Rights. CELLER HAS TALK rH PRES. ROOSEVELT [ashington, (JTA)—Rep. Emfl Celler of New York had pf-hour interview with PresiRoosevelt this week during Ch they discussed questions Jewish interest. Celler said he had come away from the very hopeful. "I feel that president will be the new fta that will lead the children 'rael out of the wilderness," Hated. :H CRITICIZED FOR WRITING ON JESUS |ew York, (JTA)—Sharp critiof Sholem Asch, noted Jew•ft'riter, is voiced in all leading jish newspapers for the opinon religion he expressed in Interview given to the ChrisI Herald, during which he was fed why a man of his backind should write on Jesus and and why he didn't choose to of Moses or Abraham. Sholom lodge B'nai B'rith passed the $1,500,000 mark in bond sales late Wednesday. This is the organization's fourth successful bond drive and announcement that the lodge had reached its quota of $400,000 in series E bonds is expected to be forthcoming at the organization's meeting Tuesday evening. The regular meeting will be held at the Beth David Talmud Torah and will feature a bond auction of many scarce items of merchandise to be given with bond purchases. The program will include Rabbi Max Shapiro who will discuss the popular seller, "Forgotten Ally." NOTED JEWISH POET IS DEAD IN NEW YORK New York. (JTA)—Philip M. Raskin, noted Jewish poet, died this week at his home, following a long illness. He was the author of 10 volumes of poetry in English, Hebrew and Yiddish which were published in England and in the United States. A number of his poems were included in recent anthologies, and selections of American poetry. He was 63 years old. JDC REPRESENTATIVE IS A VISITOR IN JERSALEM Jerusalem, (JTA)—Reuben B. Resnik, joint distribution committee representative in Cairo, arrived here on a short visit during which he will confer with spokesmen of the Palestine government and Jewish institutions. Mr Resnik will also see representatives of the United Nations relief and rehabilitation administration and the Middle East relief administration. INTERMENT OF JEWS IS ORDERED BY RUMANIA Ankara. (WNS) — Facing the <;pectre of an imminent invasion by the red army, the Rumanian government has ordered the internment of all Jews, it was disclosed here this week. The excuse given by the authorities is that the Jews would give away secret military information. In Bucharest alone more than 200 Jews were arrested last week and deported to a concentration camp. A gigantic mass meeting is planned for Monday evening, February 28th, at 8 o'clock at Bay Front park under the auspices of the American Zionist Emergency Council. In line with similar meetings being held all over the country which discuss the WagnerTaft and Compton-Wright congressional measures and the current movement to seek the abrogation of the British White Paper, the meeting here will feature outstanding national speakers. The program to date includes Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, noted Jewish leader; Father Florence Sullivan of the Gesu Catholic church and Rev. W. G. Stracener. president of the Ministrial association of Greater Miami. BILL, SAYS SILVER Washington, (JTA)—Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the executive committee of the American Zionist Emergency Council, declared here that the initial hearings on the Palestine resolution before the house foreign affairs committee "have shown unmistakably that the pending resolution commands very strong support both in the committee and the house." Dr. Silver warned, however, that "our own battle is not yet won. and it may be prolonged." He pointed out that the opponents of the resolution may have recourse to "delaying tactics designed to hold up the passage of the resolution in the hope that something may happen which will help to defeat it. He added that "it is possible that an effort will be made to delay congressional action by bringing about intervention by one department of the government or another. Arguments on the ground of 'military necessity' may be used against the resolution as they were used a year ago to prevent or delay the restoration of the rights of the Jews of Algeria under the Cremieux decree." FUNERAL SERVICES FOR NOTABLE FIGURE HELD New York, (JTA) — Funeral services were held here on Sunday at the Free Synagogue for Prof. George Bernhard, one of the notable public fi|ures of prenazi Germany who died following an attack of pneumonia. He was 69 years old. A distinguished political economist and publicist, Professor Bernhard was connected for 30 years with the famous Ullstein Press in Germany. Washington, (JTA)—Congressmen from both political parties and Jewish leaders representing various groups testified this week before the house foreign affairs committee on behalf of the resolution introduced at the end of last month asking the United States to take appropriate measures to the end that Palestine shall be opened for free entry of Jews and that "there shall be full opportunity for colonization, so that Jewish people may ultimately reconstitute Palestine as a free and democratic Jewish commonwealth." First Jewish leader to testify was Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. He spoke for more than an hour. He traced the history of Palestine and strongly supported the resolution. "Politically," lie said, "the Jewish people as a people must become like every other people, possessed of an independent life (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Miami City Commission Endorses Sentiment of Jew is Iv Homeland Bill The Miami city commission unanimously passed a resolution at its regular session Wednesday afternoon endorsing the sentiment of the Wagner-Taft and ComptonWright resolutions, calling for the 'full opportunity of the Jewish people to restricted Palestine as u free and open Jewish commonwealth." This follows action of the Miami Beach city council, which last week passed a similar resolution. Presented to the commission by members of a committtee that are functioning as the American Zionist Emergency Council, the local group are rallying sentiment and support throughout the area and their activity will be climaxed in a mass meeting to be held in Bay Front park Monday evening. February 28. The resolution passed by the Miami city commission stated: "Whereas, The people of Florida view with horror the atrocities inflicted upon the unarmed, noncombatant civilian forces in the nazi occupied countries, especially the deliberate and systematic mass murders of defenseless men. women and children of the Jewish faith, marked for complete extermination by the Hitler forces; and. 'Whereas, the state of Florida, through the general assembly, and with the approval of the governor, passed a concurrent resolution on April 27th. 1943, expressing the hope that a Jewish homeland be established in Palestine for the stricken and maltreated Jews of nazi occupied Europe; and. "Whereas, there is pending in the congress of the United States a resolution introduced and enREGISTRATION BOOKS OPEN IN_PRECINCTS Registration of Dade county voters, estimated at 125,000 by Carl Holmer. jr., supervisor of registration, began in all 114 precincts of Dade under the supervision of about 200 deputy registration officers. "Register while the books are just around the corner from you." Holmer urged voters. The books will be open daily between 8:30 a. m. and 5 p. in. Dates of the democratic primaries are May 2 and Mav 23. The general election will be Nov. 7. Republican primaries will be held at the same time as the democratic and use the same voting machines. The regisration books will close in the precints March 6. Tardy registrants may then qualify as voters by coming to the Dade county courthouse. Those who register now will be qualified to participate in the presidential election in November. YIDDISH AUTHOR AND DRAMATIST DECEASED New York. (WNS) — Israel Joshua Singer, Yiddish author and playwright, whose works were translated into many languages, died on Feb. 10 of a heart attack. He was 50 years old. His novels, which dealt with Polish Jews, included "The Brothers Ashkenazi," "Yoshe Kalb" and "The Family Carnovsky." dramatizations of which were produced by Maurice Schwartz. JEWISH OFFICER MADE USSR MAJOR GENERAL Moscow, (JTA)—The newspaper Pravda reports this week the appointment of a Jewish officer, Israel Hiller, to the rank of major general in the red army. JEWISH SLAVES STRIKE IN GHETTO FACTORIES London, (JTA) — A general strike by tens of thousands of Jewish slave workers in the ghetto factories of Lodz forced the German occupation authorities to halt, at least temporarily, mass executions of Jews, it is revealed in a report from Jewish underground sources received by the Polish government-in-exile here. (CONTINUED ON PAOE 4) CESWli EO TRAP RIDING JEWS London. (JTA)—German occupation authorities in Holland are using a new trick to trace Netherland Jews who have gone into hiding, according to "reliable information" received by the official Netherlands new agency here. The Germans have announced, the report says, that 1,000 Netherlands Jews, together with 9,000 Jews of other nationalities, can be "exchanged" with the allies for Germans interned in Australia, on payment of 2,000 guilders, approximately $1,080. per head. Those wishing to be "considered" for such "exchange" are advised that they must fill out a form supplied by the German head office for security in Berlin. WAR REFUGEE BOARD ASKS AID OF AGENCIES Washington, (JTA)—President Roosevelt's new war refugee board moved tthis week to enlist # the full strength of private agencies for the rescue and relief of nazi victims. The board made it clear that it could not receive proposals limited to rescuing a single individual but that it was soliciting suggestions for group rescue projects. It acknowledged the value of the work already done by private agencies. 150.000 REFUGEES ARE WAITING EVACUATION Jerusalem. (WNS)—Polish circles here report that their embassy at Teheran has completed compiling a list of 150,000 Jewish and non-Jewish refugees from Poland who are now in Russia awaiting evacuation. Complete names and present locations of these refugees are listed. I



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tIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1944 Jacksonville — Importance of pgnculture in any plan for development of Florida's post-war Ipportunitics, was stressed again my State Sen. Ernest R. Graham, if Dade county in a radio address fere. As guest speaker on radio station WPDQ, the white-maned Candidate for governor, said that In mapping employment plans 1, ome 300.000 returfting Florid ians from the armed services, itate leaders must give thought to [lie opportunities offered in agriBROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GEORGIA CULPEPPER MADALINE CULPEPPER Tivoli Beauty Salon. Inc. •Tor the Lady Who Caret" Open Evenings by Appointment 744 W. Flagler St., Miami, Fla. PHONE 3-2561 +Jewlsli FhrkUan BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY FRIENDS WALKER CASKET COMPANY 535 N. W. 34th Street Phone 3 8639 GREETINGS EDITH & FRITZ 3236 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5830 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. E. 36th STREET PHONE 70404 GREETINGS L. C. Bar & Package Store 600 Fifth Street PHONE 5-5121 GREETINGS FRED A. KOENIG PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY PHONE 2-7641 2*0 S. W. Sixth Street BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS McGINTY'S SINGING BAR Where matte and budd.et meet from all over the country. An evening spent In our epacloua bar and danctland will be aomtthing to remember. Popular prlcee, attractive dancing partntrt. t*S N. E. let Street culture for creating jobs not only on the farm but also indirectly in the cities. He pointed out that for every person engaged in basic work, such as farming, jobs for two others are provided in the He said that after the last war. PWf* of Ending the $10,000 job he expected, he returned to civilian life for $1,800 the first year and supported a wife and two children. "Those things won't happen after this war, if we use the sense God gave us, to plan the future. We can t talk glibly about spending millions of dollars, unless we first find out where that money's coming from. Money just doesn't grow on trees and additional taxation is out of the question. The solution lies in creating work and wealth. Agriculture offers almost unlimited possibilities along that line. PAGE ELEVEN GREETINGS PIG 6, WHISTLE BARBECUE GRILL 3345 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SCHAFF PRESERVING CO. Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 24634 TWIN OAKS GRILLE W. ED. LAMBERT, Prop. Personally Conducted Kitchen Phone 2-8810 828 9! W. 2nd Ave. MIAMI. FLORIDA BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS To Our Many Jewith Patront and Friends DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N. W. 7TH AVENUE PHONE 2-7901 GREETINGS TO ALL MIAMI ARMATURE WORKS 565 N. W. Sth Strewt PHONE 2-4749 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GLICK'S MARKET 2203 N. W. 36th Street MIAMI PHONE 7-9421 DIAMONDS JEWELRY LUGGAGE NOVELTIES PROVIDENT JEWELRY & LUGGAGE CO. 39 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-3260 GREETINGS TO ALL from M. L. BAKER Friden Calculators 120 N. E. 1st Street PHONE 3-3159 Miami BEACH CHAIRMEN THANK GUESTS FOB Reports from Max M. Ozer and Samuel T. Sapiro, co-chairmen of Miami Beach division of the Dade county war finance committee indicate the $8,000,000 sales-level has been passed. Many hotels have not been listed in this report as some are still planning special events which they hope will aid them in subscribing their quotas. Mr. Sapiro states, "Many of the large bond sales were cleared through out of town banks when it was found more convenient for hotel guests at Miami Beach to have such bonds issued by GREETINGS AUNT SALLY'S KITCHEN 216 N. E. 79th Street MIAMI PHONE 7-4292 GREETINGS TROPICAL SODA SHOP 942 N. E. First Avenue GREETINGS THE WESTERN MEAT COMPANY 2122 N. W. Seventh Avenue MIAMI, FLA. Phone 3-7637 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS ABBOTT ELECTRIC General Electric Mazda Lamps Wiring, Repairs and Alteratione of all Types 3400 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-6294 GREETINGS DICK'S GAS WELL 999 N. W. 20th Street MIAMI PHONE 3-9169 FRANCIS HOTEL 19 N. 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JAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1944 F HUTU OF SPIRIT It is the dearth of the spirit of btherhood that is making havoc [the world. Out of it has Lwn an unbelievable record of fa-Semitic persecution and of t repression of the Christian arch, whether Catholic or Protant. If the United States is help constructively in the jtblems that arise from lack of Jtherhood, political, economic religious, in the world at je. its own practice of brotherDd must be so apparent as to beyond question. We cannot \p solve world problems of the ations of white and colored jples if we are not earnestly intelligently seeking to solve own colored problem. We mot in good conscience inupon the rights of minorities (conquered lands if intolerance practiced here, or if the septy of minorities in our own D<.1 is uncertain. The people of the United ites have a magnificent oppornty to prove to the world that +JewlsliFk>rldUar) %  : PAGE NINE groups of almost all of the earth's national, racial and religious backgrounds can live harmoniously together, respecting one another, and heartily cooperating in areas of common conviction and responsibility. The world needs to be persuaded that diversity of cultures makes society strong. Our country could render no greater service to the cause of a lasting peace than to demonstrate that on this continent. This high mission is committed to us as a nation. The American Revolutionary principle that no one is free unless all are free is a corollary of the spiritual essence of brotherhood that "we are all members of one body." A leader in the American Revolutionary war wrote: BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DeSoto Candy Co. 2625 S. W. 16th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 4S-1SM GREETINGS S U T T O N JEWELRY CO. Successors to "Whiltn" THE OLDEST JEWELRY STORE IN MIAMI Established 1897 132 E. Flagler Street PHONE 2-5996 GEORGE LANGER of THESUNGAS Not Incorporated 1100 Watt Flagler Street Phones: 2 3811—2-3833

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1944 >Jewish fhrkUain PAGE THREE i i %  %  a SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS i _r ii r — ii %  — H I — • ii iiii v i r i r j.n_* -. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Goodman, former residents of Miami and active in B'nai B'rith circles here, have ivturned for a vacation. They are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman, 1037 S. V. 20th avenue, and hope to reiblish their home here in the future. Other friends from Englewood who journeyed with them are Dr. and Mrs. Walter Jacobus and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marker. Gabe Stern of Columbus. S. C, fathei of Mrs. Milton A. Friedman, is at present visiting his daughter. From here he will go in Lakeland. Florida, to visit his daughter-in-law and son. Sgt. and Mrs. Henry Stern, who are • present residing there. n Kateh of New York is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Lena Ru•im. 400 Euclid avenue. He -ptnd a few weeks here. iiVwirtamj. Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Ginsburg of New York will arrive here Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs Albert Goldfarb, 4804 Alton Road, Miami Beach. S Iney Lefcourt returned to the city this week after a business trip to Jacksonville. Ben Lewis left for New York after visiting his cousins, Mr. Mrs. Harry Spivack of Miami h. EPPERSON FOR CONGRESS Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenbcrc 1334 S. W. 4th street, had as thenguests their daughter, Mrs. J. Rissman, and grandson, Gerald. of Chicago. They spent severa weeks here before returning. Mr. and Mrs. S. Kassow and daughter left for their home Philadelphia, after visiting her for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. Tartleff of Newark, N. J., are visiting thendaughter and son-in-law. Lt. B. Schoenman. 905 Michigan avenue. Miami Beach. GREETINGS To My Jewish Patrons and Friend! CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2916 S. W. eighth Street PHONE 45951 Radio Maintenance Co. RADIO AND SOUND SPECIALISTS 360 N. E. 13th Street, Miami. Fla. Phone 9-1524 HUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Arcnue PHONE 2 4501 GREETINGS To All Our Friends FORD'S BARBECUE & RESTAURANT 2277 N. W. 62nd Street Phone 7-9208 Mrs. Jean Friedman and her daughter, Suzanne, have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero, who are the parents of Mrs. Friedman. Miss Rosalind Friedman has just returned to the city after a two months" combined business and pleasure trip throughout the north. CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES will present his eighth annual concert Sunday evening, Feb. 20, at 8 p. m. at the Beth Jacob ConKiegation. Having built an enviable reputation for himself as an artist as cantor of the Beth Jacob Congregation. Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach, and as a concert perlormcr, he will feature the evening with the rendition of a group of selections in his beautiful tenor voice. A group of selected artists will also participate. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sudock of Philadelphia, Penna., are visiting here with their friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. Spivack, 905 Michigan avenue. A surprise party was held for Mrs. Flo Apte last Sunday evening at her home, 435 S. W. 31st Road, Miami by her husband. Jack Apte, in honor of her birthday. Friends from Miami, Miami Beach, New York and Chicago attended. A buffet supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Louis N. Pokress. of Miami Beach are in New York city for a few days. They are combining a vacation with a business trip, and are stopping at the Waldorf. At the St. Francis hospital. yesterday, Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Sgt. and Mrs. Murray Stromfeld, 942 Lenox avenue, and of the son of Sgt. and Mrs. Joseph Becker. 1561 Lenox avenue. CLYDE A. EPPERSON for CONGRESS From South Florida District Your Support is Earnestly Invited. Democratic Primary May 2, 1944 Everyone Must Register this Year to Vote Politic*] Ad l'uld for by l-Ylends MONKEY JUNGLE Where Humans are Caged and Monkeys Run Wild 22 Mile* South of Miami Off U. S. 1 Open Oail) The Beat Chop Suey in Town! Chicken Chow Mem ORIENTAL GARDEN 272 WEST FLAGLER STREET Open All Summer MAXWELL HOUSE 2147 S. W. 8th St On The Trail. Ph. 2-8941 Seafoods — Poultry — Steaks — Chops PREPARED BY NEW YORK CHEFS LUNCHEONS—11:30 A. M. to 3 P. M. DINNERS—S P. M. to 9:30 P. M. SUNDAY DINNERS—12 Noon to 9:30 P. M. A La Carte Service Until 12 P. M. Every Night U. Q. OANE. Manager WE CATER TO SPECIAL PARTIE8 — For Reservation* Phone 2 941 DOMESTIC and IMPORTED WINES and BEERS TUESDAY TIE BIG DERBY NIGHT OUT AT FLAGLERTRACK Starting with the annual Derby elimination tonight and Saturday night, greyhound racing admirers will have all eyes on Tuesday night's running of the classic West Flagler Derby championship, headliner for the closing night of West Flagler's history-making and record-breaking 86-night meeting. The two major Derby eliminations find 16 outstanding nominees boxed, eight tonight and eight Saturday night with the leading four dogs in each qualifying for finalists' berths in the Derby championship finals on Tuesday night. The beaten four in each field will be boxed for the annual Derby consolaton. The Derby finals will be run as the last race of the night and the meeting, and will be preceded by the Derby consolation and the annual Futurity hurdle championship in that order. Jacob Sher, president, and William L. Huntley, general manager and vice president, are completing plans for what promises to be the greatest greyhound racing Derby night in history as to attendance, mutuels and racing competition. They have announced an advance post time of 7:15 p. m. for the first race and have provided added facilities to care for the record crowd indicated by the advance reservations which found all box and reserve seats sold early this week. WE BUY—SELL—TRADE USED CARS SCARSDALE Used Cars 1 N. W. 36th Street Phone 3-2159 GREETINGS TO ALL NUTA'S YACHT BASIN 1884 N. W. North River Drive PHONE 2-30*7 SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS W. A. GLASS MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS JOE'S STONE CRAB RESTAURANT Steaks • Chops Chicken 227 Biscayne St.. Phone 5-9221 Greetings to Our Many Friends and Customers HARMON COMPANY 148 N. W. 2ND STREET PHONE 8-5777 GREETINGS TO ALL MAGIC CITY BOTTLE 6 SUPPLY 222 N. W. 27th Street Phone 2 6616 GREETINGS W. L HARRIS REAL ESTATE APPRAISER Ingraham Building PHONE 2-1769 GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. SAM JOSEPHER of the MIAMI SEA FOOD CO. (Wholesale Distributors) FISH AND SHRIMP 675 N. W. 5th Street 9-3330 PHONES Night 5-1357 EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual, coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient and courteous personnel enable us to provide a funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved family in every particular. RABBI SHAPIRO NAMED TO PALESTINE BOARD Rabbi Max Shapiro of this city was elected to membership on the National Council of the United Palestine Appeal, and will serve this organization in its many activities. BEACH WOMAN RINGS UP LARGE BOND TOTAL The sale of more than $15,000 in war bonds was the goal reached through the efforts of Mrs. Blanche Schechter of the George Washington hotel on Miami Beach during the present drive. Her husband. Harold, is in the service, presently stationed in New Guinea. ty((*mcu'a/%A*// 1236 Waahincjton Avenue Phone 5-7777 Miami Beach BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS NORMANDY SCHOOL LEO HUBERMAN 1021 Biarritz Drive PHONE 6-1061 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS from BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 6-2040 GREETINGS TO ALL LOANS Prompt. Helpful Service Little River Jewelry & Optical Co. 7t17 N. E. Second Ave. Telephone 7-4294 Miami, Fla. Buy Series E Bonds Now! OSCEOLA MARKET George JaceD, Prop. QUALITY WESTERN MEATS and FANCY GROCERIES —We Deliver— K 22*3 8. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 4-1727 I Buy Series E Bonds Now! SLKVISO I I I N i A v £ < IIW AMI 6 ( A L '< BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB TO STJUIT SCHOOLING The Biscayne Kennel club will start schooling races February 21 and open their season officially February 28. Under the new state law no minors arc admitted to the schooling races. MEN ARE DYINGARE YOU BUYING? Buy War Savings Bonds. WHEN YOUR BOYS AND MIKE COME HOME WILL A JOB BE READY? Sen. Ernest R. Graham's agricultural program will create jobs on the farm and in the city for 150,000! It isnt theory. This successful farmer-businessman has PROVEN he knows how. Elect ERNEST II. GRAHAM the ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR %  aHaa^Baaaaaaaaaa •"'•" Political Ad* ^^^^^^^^_____


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BMMB^I^B^ PAGE TWELVE +Je*istr*£***L FR1DAY. FETOUAJY I J CHOICE IS CHAOS IT .;. : ~'_**!%  %  i • %  nr Of HE 0 %  BE 12 phase of human %  tioo from tehgioutSj!? 1 notoua comedv To aS* coneejKion of an e*tST ^* sac n one of rtr 'VZ*.**! wnousnesa. "A CtS5'TO 001 MANY FRLEJED8 BMETINGJ HENRIETTAS FRUIT SHIPPERS : %  ; -" CARUSO S RESTAURANT %  Sunday everung Miami Beach r appear "" : %  I and Young associations of —_ itor of an UK 200&Israel as Ecg^sh rarracs and ap• nng every The Mjcha.;?-.^^ have appeared ZS? %  aty of thu country and r-S' and are now or. a 'jaamWi!* tour of fifty c::. ^* C : <1 The brothertvxd ~ m% based upon the FathoS 9 God It defir^ -..-t^SSfl which God means a*aTT5 %  aether Br al relationship TV. rrm. unnatural. W;-...-.'.!? civilization car.r~erhood is a lav the basis of ordy — *J cuoseo wosoAvt, *• • s .-, H o: 1 E M A N S BBEAUAST • UJNCHEON • DINNEB .<£:* %  • i: '*'iv;ir.:: AT;U 5REE" F-.0RIDA DENTAL LABORATORIES A=r.:a= 5I=JI =—iia? PBOBE ; ::-: JEWEL! WORKS OF ART SILVEI FURNITURE ANTIQUES AND CURIOS INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES :::. LDfCOLJf ROAD BUSINESS PHCNE H la RESIDENCE PHCNE van GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MINNA LEE IMPORTERS. Inc. 6C3 liscoia Rocd Mk=u Bead ; = EET^V3S • • P. RICHARDSON ~:• FYafcfka • ~ZZJX %  T.-rps ad ?.e


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PAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1944 fJewistittorkUan PAGE SEVEN I flPIII DflVC GREAT !" 1 £ A *?_J? !" fNAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewiah Federation luHl D U I U WrtJUII Board H elp Ui KH P • Record of Our M.n in Serrice %  [ 0 SERVICE 11 p ^ ^ ^ / N -ci %  / \ ^ ^ ^ ^ SERVICE ( Iff) PARADE! Miamians among recent RraduZl „f the OCS at Miami Beach g u d|. Harold R. Roth. 4371 S. [First street and Herman Gold^g, 1011 Longford building. course in airplane mechanical kining at Keesler field, Miss ITbeen begun by Pvt. Frederick frnfield946 S. W. Fourth street. Theodore L. Kruger. of 5630 „• Tree drive, Miami Beach, i been reported for training at Big Spring bombardier school, rxas. S/Sgt. Harold Insdorf, 23, of the Bronx, air force gunner, was killed in the mighty allied assault on Schweinfurt. In service almost two years, he was the recipient of the Air Medal and an Oak Leaf Cluster. [private Robert (Bob) Millar, of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mil2945 S. W. 27th Terrace, is present stationed with the r


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PAGE TEN IS MOT A LUXURY BUT IT IS II NECESSITY Thla is th message of Brotherhood Week to be observ I the country under the a of the N. • : il Conference ol Christians and Jews. February 20-26, 1944. Brotherhood is not a but a necessity. Especially in wartime. It is n I leliberate ground ol dutv i r i I i xj ediency, of an atl tude of kindliness toward tl lircle, whom n we might distrust or dislike. It is rather the recognition of the true relationship 0 man to hj fellowman. obedience to the law of man's of man i auence II I God. Ail men f ent raci s. nal I treat one anoth< r as to livi in accord with th G such G • I Is %  •: *Je^istfhrld^ri_ tice of brotherhood rests upon the wUl Brotherhi-od always reamres the effort to un „ our relations "ithta"£ tor ban. • %  %  %  %  5 in l in peac< : %  nUDAY, FEBRUARY brought on this war. Only the practice of brotherhood between nations can make wars to cease. H is is the teaching of religion, and statesmen are coming to see ,t and to teach it. too. A triumph 0 f armed might, a rearrangement of national boundaries, even the nization of an association of will not. singly or toguarantee a durable But brotherhood will do %  Nothing else will do it. How more havoc must man work he loarns if GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Miami Conservatory 1737 N. BysHore Dr., Ph. 2-5S35 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ROGER W. ARNOLD ."• S iS .'.'-.1 >f..e MIAMI, FLORIDA BROTHEK-OOD GREE1 DP. W. H. ELLIS GREETINGS JOSEPH M. CHEETHAM GREETINGS COCKTALE BAR 114 E. E. lit Stret MIAMI Brotherhood W *"fj tj All GREE' Soi LILLIAN MILLS S-8 JEFFERSON A\.E WISTERIA FRUIT COMPANY VIAM1 BEACH FLORIDA 303 E Ftagie Street V AMI—PHONE 3 Xii —— GREETINGS TO MANY JEWISH E. EARL V. WILSON COMPANY Merchandise Brokers Miami Jacksonville Tampa _. __ H. ANGEL PHIL FELDSTEIN AND ASSOCIATES OF G. M. A. C L U B EXTEND GPEETINGS TO ALL 2C S E FIRST AVENUE MAY WE EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS WOFFORD HOTEL 2400 Ocean Driva MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS FLOIHOH SALES CO.. IIC. 2229 N. W. First Court PHONE 3-7635 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS H. EARNEST OVERSTREET TAX COLLECTOR FOR DADE COUNTY TO ALL-SEASON'S BEST WISHES TROPICAL LIQUORS Hilt CO. ORLANDO YOUTH^ W THE NATIONAL 8 ^ Morty Coh<^r~i4.v r 3 lando student, left '^1. to become a page L" n J ,5 tional house VreSL"**! Morty. born and P rffiftl lando. is a member do?.? Scouts, student councU^S monal junior high seh^j a drummer in the sche*u?l He will enter thcl22N ter of the page LWV will finish the termY^ Morty ,s the son 0 fV Mrs. Barney J Cohen, Concord avenue. Mr CoWJ well known political SI Central Florida. W The son reci ived his a Q ment as page from R-l ft2uu endnck flfth ^ —Buy War Bonds Todj*. 30 E. Flagler st Phom ;jj BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS McAVOY LINCOLN ROAD MEN'S FURNISHINGS 727 729 Lincoln Road Phone 5-7772 WATERPROOF FOB THE DURATION ART CEMENTl PAINT THE ORIGINAL EXTERICll WATERPROOF CEMEHT PAINT 1. WEATHERPROORl • itarior walli. Becomti >ta>| ral part of matonry i.-tal No chipp -fl or pi "j ll /•art ap"CJC t Mrv.ci ll 2. BEAUTIFIES txtarior walla. n io *l colera and white. Li>ww'| and permanent G*t It At Your Dwki Art Cement Mfg. Ci Miami. Florida 24 N. W. 7th STREET PHONE 3-7648 RIDE THE "The Short Way" To and From MIAMI BEACH to SEE % S &f ** < ^1 \ TO ALL .... BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS WOFFORD PACKAGE STORE WHEN LOW IN SPIRITS CALL 51413 WE AIM TO PLEASE */..> \ JH can consene OD ?onr lighting, aid thus coasene till oil transportation, manpower and critical material:. tr. ~~ Tin *M ua*i •_ 2401 Collins ATtmit Miami Btach """"INN*, ii Mali*** 1 JL\iJLiS!LllEIIIIlTt JDST nrrmr %  CBEAP!



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PAGE FOUR WLimfclithrldBan wnparriKDABY u 13H The Jewish Florid id n Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor LEADERS TESTIR SUPPORTING BILL nil HZ —TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER Muctfy ScHtgidentirt -By PHINEAS I. BIRONYOU SHOULD KNOW John Bugas was top ma of the FBI. ... He knows quite a few answers to some John Bugas was top man in the Michigan regional ,*J peitioJ Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1944 SHEBAT 24, 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 7 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE D questions regarding fifth-column activities on the antS*2 one in Detroit. ... A few weeks ago Mr. Bugas wenthll %  nt. Today, having quit the FBI servioj J| J n ew1 SSStnl lord Motor plant any more than all I is employed by Harry Bennett, Henry Fords right-hand living in t,!l ', WI J!', Hans Jacob, the radio commentator, who wa r should return land | ;,.; ._ p.^u, i„ lam 0 i„ „„,i ...u ." { *M nvinu in an !' %  %  ,; nans JOCOD, me IUUIU <.UUIUIOIIIUIOI, wno wa C %  ^y^TV: ESPS ******* Enghsh interpreter, and who now l ive8 Jl the status of the country, tells us: In the Berlin psychological warfare d DUE DEFERENCE There has been considerable criticism and much of it justi fied between our organizations with regard to overlapping of dates and affairs. Much of it is blamed on the season and the idea of "making hay while the sun shines." With better planning this excuse would not be needed and much improvement would be noted. In normal times it is difficult to secure sufficient volunteers and cooperation to put a job over. In our present situation with so many away and others occupied in defense capacities, the resources of manpower and cooperation must be tapped to the maximum in order to do a minimum job. Tapping these resources is impossible when dozens of affairs are going on at the same time. Public interest and support are divided. Publicity and newspaper space are vied for. Scarce manpower is spread. Comes now the Federation in its all-out effort to raise its large budget. With considerably more funds to be secured than ever before in the giving history of the community, it is unnecessary to enumerate the gigantic task facing the organization. Its problems, basicaly like that of all the others, are magnified tenfold by virtue of the over-all community program covered. Where smaller groups each have their little band of ardent supporters, Federation must depend on the concerted effort and activity of all of them banded together, during the drive period. Major functions of all groups must be laid aside until the Federation drive and its pre-campaign activities are concluded. The importance of a successful effort cannot be over-emphasized. Upon it depends the efficient functioning of necessary local organizations and the lives and rehabilitation of thousands of our brethren. The only exception to this statement is where an event has a time element that is of national scope. These are lare instances. While the function of each organization is major and important to their group, due deference must be given to an over-all agency constituted as such by us and through which all of us benefit. Much of this diversion of effort and sponsoring of affairs during this period is not deliberate. We realize our responsibilities. Let us see how quickly we can overcome this obstacle and difficulty we are placing in our own path. A little thought and consideration i s all that is needed. Give Federation a break J .' % %  i ment there is a folder marked 'In case of defeat'. .Tin it^ IffhOUt the World. 1 i_ 1 MII ** ks\ta* fr* nrnmnlo rrmiffl rvnA VAI,**;**..J Rosenwald, ing in behaJ : % %  '•"' Council for Ju %  %  '; oppo %  • i oliti' al Z on the committtee hi a| things uncomfortable for Jews in prominent New Yo7k"S!| %  Tins group is now organizmg nationally ... And itsZ in th •' tune that the constant increase ot anti-Semitic incidents in Mm be fully exposed. It's getting to be worse than New Y?l A Jewish woman wheeling a baby,:arna ge Wa8 3 ,lu1ion. which tiom the sidewalk into the gutter by hoodlums who shouted the W: iti Pai 'Jews don't belong on the sidewalk." "There T TCTFM UFRF "a se LlOltn nLnL Here's a tip for the FBI: The Bund is still active, behJ the front of German singing societies and athletic clubs. The Friends of Democracy have some dope on this. frl day before New York's police officer Drew made his appearaml blueprint on how to promote racial and religious pre the United States. The anti-negro riots in Detroit coitwl can war production a milion man-hours. More, that it aerial bombardment of Detroit could have achieved" Winchell tells us that an organized anti-Semitic group is ma uj| say questions and our d ts as to its \ El ... so that the Jew u'timateb on "the LaGuardia radio broadcast he spent hours closeted rt as a free and democratic Jewish ., ,, *T JO ^'"seieawt commonwealth.' I urge you ,he ma Y or in lhe latter s home. ... It is rumored that U tlemen t< i this Guardia helped Drew write his apologia for the things be s part of the i ith the j supposed not to have done. 'JEWISH NEWS designed to serve a ly humamtarian purpose. Thii brings you—and through you, the American people—at once into a field <>f international controversy and into a subject that has deeply divided the Jewish community in this country-. "The proposal, you will note. ks of the establishment of a and democratic 'Jewish' commonwealth. I stress the word J< wish." It does not say the lishment of a free and demo• 'commonwealth.' It cifically uses the word Jew which has essentially a religious connotation only though 1 ised in a racial • the nazi enemies of the democracy Mr rjwald concluded by pointina •• that "the Jewish people are mized politically, are not %  want I., be a political unit. CiinilSSIIIIlWLLEIBEBS IS FOR HOUSE BILL AT ROUND TflBLEi ^n FEDERATION SPEAKERS nKt bb, M '"'I?? Lehrma and Rabbi Max Shapiro, co-chairT h c '^ speakers division of the 1944 United Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, have issued a call to all organizations in Greater Mito invite speak The Zionist Organization of America is seriously conviaJ that when its 1944 membership campaign will be comptefeil the total of its members will surpass 150,000. We hear thai when the Naples opera is reopened, next spring, by a group jl Metropolitan opera singers who will fly to Italy for this purpatl the instrumental musical background will be supplied by hi Palestine Symphony orchestra. The March issue of Neil Currents will carry an exclusive piece by Arthur Hays Sd>( berger. publisher of the New York Times. SulzbergSil theme will be his answer to the question: "What Makes Mil a Jew? BOOK DEPARTMENT Don't miss Lion Feuchtwanger's coming novel, "Simonii ... It will be out in April and will become a leading besMefal Also coming up in the spring is Vassili Grossman's anil of fighting Russia and heroic Jews, "No Beautiful Nights.".. Another spring book that will interest you is Michael YouajJ prophetic novel "The Trial of Adolf Hitler." ... And you will positively thrilled by Compton Mackenzie's April book, '1 Roosevelt." ... It contains some interesting comparisons! tween Churchill and Roosevelt. P. M. Raskin, the Amei [Jewish poet who recently died, left two volumes unpubli verse. ... In his will be asked that his body be take Palestine as soon as possible. One David Volk of! ; Hudson street, Hoboken, N. J., is looking for unpublished L by the Hebrew poet and critic Naphtali Herz Wessely, wh —cers to ad' bl graphy he is writing. And if any descendants ofW happen to read this, Volk will be very happy to hear OF WKKI-TIFT BANQUET FEB. II (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) (CONTINUED T^OM PAQ£ „ dorsed by. senators and r. | |)h O'Bi en Charleston s c % %  "' %  Wills c. Taggart tatives of both major political parties, calling, tor. the.full onpeople hospital in Coral Gal ft %  portunity of the Jewish to reconstitute Palestine as sfs mon wealth; Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved by the commission of the city of Miami Section 1. That it does hereby express its heartfelt sympathy for the unprecedented martyrdom of the Jews in the nazi dominated Europe. Section 2. That it urges the congress of the United States to pass the Wagner-Taft Palestine resolution pending in the senate. '• forces stationed in this will also be master of i He monU.-. leading military figures stag t heri w e Planning to mitleo^T f ,h .'•'" %  ""tive comm.tte-o cooperating to m-.Wo SSWiS! w wk an ****& McMaster.^S?. 5 !" Dr W H Shane. Blank. James K. McKenneth Keyes. Sam Benjamin E. Bronston and the Compton-Wright resoluP, aniel J Mahoney, Mr tion pending in the house of rep-, Moore. Francis P. Locke MrV rescntatives. | Sidney Weintraub. HennKig "TsToWing'ameetrnJ^" I G d luck ,0r Ale ****% boss'of HillmOB n w ar d campaign time I LV 0 118, ,or 9 lv ing a job to aged Edgar Lee Masters, author* S BureL 3 "^ ask for Spcak i ? P n Rlver Anthology." who recently was found Ul H Paign 8 he e ad U q u 0 a r rte W r r s ,,0 ,o!,2 cZ I ***"*"" U N W York ^Y hospital. wiirbe b ma d de 9 io h Arran9emen,S STAGE AND SCREEN at your meeting. *"* a speaker Bock on Broadway, to the delight of most of the critial TRrwnr nKn „ i Joseph Schildkraut. in Eva Is Gallienne's and Margaret W IHOPICAL PARK WILL HAVE s er s Production of Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard." NEW RACING SECRETARY ,. Vie ^ irec,or WUliam Wyler has just completed a bea technicolor film but whether we civilians will get a chan ; hn .. PiL 1 1S "question as yet undecided. ... For the picture H l m u nce held two B***M ". and then already £ cham P>onsh.p calibre at GuadalcSnal. 1 ABOUT PEOPLE whir-h 1 ?, 0 u^! 1 8 8tirrina oU painting "Crucifixion, lj ^ symbolically depicts the mass massacres of lewsbj^ museums I t is ***£ Alt*' his initial l~f&az *T£ next IfaodS. '" j^^NicmTTc.zEs = %  tfaaurss Section 3 That a copy of this c, ^ t J;, mw T Wilson. Dr f ArTl^i"**, w **VI4Bj ~~"" n museum al resolution be forwarded to the £ parson Albert L. Isaac Dr ( ACTION OF HUNGAfeV P riva,e chat president of the United States.:"^. Wilhams Rev. Glenn C -,„„,, n "W^ARY John Gariielc with President Roosevelt recently, movis the secretary of state, the BrTtTsh'^s. Father Florence^SiiThvan f Z ^ RIC H. (JTA) R ; Z ,iT W 8 heard to observe that democracy *' embassy in Washington. D. C. ? ab h> Max Shapiro. Judge I) ; f 9^manv V cril tment aerfu] lhing ... "I can -, [{ he wnA "Little ?feJff%3 Kf ""'' x '"' *** f ,he EaM Slde % %  %  % %  ^^ e8lden, d tives of Florida. %  -.*. ilUII, i Dunn. Jr. R. meet the pre* Joe Pasternak, the Hollywood produ*" ... ^ U a,c> James A. A. UnEar Ron •" '" Hungary : the ri rennn^ %  • • JOt Pasternak, the HoUywood proa* PAN-ARAB TALKS TO BE "J-J; s ""^f^lmf'i^ X*** Sfi eSl 08 COnlem P^ing a fling on BrcJadway. p* HELD IN NEXT 6 WEEKS ZA*fgS+*~***. ^iVlSJS \ %  XZZ^L B1{e ^ -"^ whether he'lllatao *% Jerusalem. (JTA) — A panArab conference, to which Jewish representatives from Palestine wil be invited, will take place OBITUARY ISIDORE GOLDEN Body of Isidore Golden ~n t„ Jerusalem. (JTA) ^7 „ has resulted in i total" InfUt raw immigrant, got his ^^il^^inthe compan y rcom y m1s^y: Pallas Athena Restaurant EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING 224 WEST FLAGLER STREET OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M



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PAGE TWO *Je*istrkridiar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1944 m$ w** ^^^*^* %  • %  %  *' % %  ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES NATiONE^^r ^SPINOZ^J^ M-1. ORTHODOX SISTERHOOD BEACH ZIONIST Mrs Dav.i S.rcH honored SS* 7 Mrs Ar.r. Ki.rr*;kv ::' Ne-AYork with i bwrn pea her :..r.e. 1" 5 W ::-..-. ,' The M ish Orthodox Sistobood '*. : The Miami 1 -.rt~MortiA: I rhol in guarax teed r, .:. : BETH DAVID A res -• %  '•• %  %  B %  5 ; '' :: for SUE un| I ebruar; by uttee %  ; ? -~ < had by ca 2-1473 TOWER THEATRE S.W. tth St. tt 15th AT*. OPEN AT 1:45 P. K. Friday a-i M"_-.e* Only Scrarir-.FeUuiUf lt-11 -. %  La Further antgardec f trees i Ycrt • 24 • M:YM Si WHA H AT 1 presit the Keren B :-_... i SCHAAREI ZEDEK // ChaHie Chan EN THE Secret Service %  WTTH SIDNEY TOLER Starts Sat. at 4 30 P. M. and San. Thru Tue. Fee 15-22 SLAVE Of A SING PRIDE OF A ROGUE Maria Montez Ladies Auxiuary : ~ Schaare: r annual Pi tit r.r.l Biscayst %  pk N W 15th .-.: 7rr. r-~: A li: :.:: %  .-. %  actively malting An toterertiiui highJighi .... --onsort-d DS me ,n. "National \ s A 1 • N %  '. .1 %  %  %  1 Lian A :-.-. % %  .•• :' r ::.A which an .-. • %  %  Mrs ; I -.. %  8 t Amen Edw.nl Clarke, of the UniverUiami. will be the guest this Saturday afternoon. Spinoza forum. home of Dr. „, llth street a R n a U rh H!S Miami Beach His -. nt on Rubinstein. about Miami 45 • hneer will Rive •are in his series on .%  ; ,nd Science of Living. ... -. will be ob. the Spinoza forum with Brotherhood by Prof. M Ml ler next Sat_ (JTA) Twenty per. •::• sted this week in n the charge of help. Rumania to leave gaily, the German rted E ;• W .r Savings Bonds ARBETTER RING A tympostun :r. a Jewish setAustralia the Knnber• *:'.. tak Satag F~: :? at 8 30 at Ring Center, 25 Wast agl %  .-:-'. Miami Beech Amu Miami Beach I. — %  ..-.; a peakers an Dr A Mukdoni Jewish writer ph -..--;.:: humorist; Max H:..* Beroovich ?r .-' -: LI serve Si :r. i.rION HALL M "Ali Baba EXPERT SURGICAL MOHEL ANT THE REV. PHILIP FRIED Forty Thieves IN TECHNICOLOR W". T B ANDY rr."0,~ TORHAN 3E>' Z-i: .,-r :' :-• •in. : :i :' =" J3f:-i it Ms*i = -::: tc i • • a : : : • %  :: •-a ':• : a t: • t .u-i Hsw lifuii'.ec w-ti Beth Dar-.d Ccagr-rgatisPHONE 2-1473 1 Th Brook presents ^ ~ d Cot SONG STYUST ub BARRY V.TNTON S ORCHESTRA PEDRO AND HIS RKUMSA BAND Reservztons Telephone S-2&56 KATKAK OXHSBDBCS TRUE FARM FOOD 11T/T RESTAURANT I W0 W0 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Dieaary Laws Observed SEBVmC KOSHTH MEATS VEGETARIAH DAISY M rar-G HOCXS 2DTCHE1IS H—U Me*:9i "" S27.50 DANZIG'S 2i HALCYON ARCAOf DR. SACHAR SPEAKS TO LARGE HJLLEL CROWD Dr. Abram L. Sachar. nationi %  d irector of the Hillel Founda,,"' addressed a gathering of 150 I, the inaugural banquet helri Tuesday evening at the Continen tal restaurant. '" Under the sponsorship 0 f the 1 local Hillel advisory council 1 large sum of money was realized to be used in removing a recenUy acquired Hillel house m Coi Gables. ^ oral i %  CZECHS WARNED NOT TO ACT AGAINST JEWS London. (JTA>— Minister of tho Interior Juraj Slavik 0 f th* Czechoslovakian govcrnmcr.t-m exile in a broadcast to the peo pie of his occupied homeland warned them not to participate in the puppet Slovakian governments present drive against the Jews. He charged that Jews were being deported ard sp nt their death "to enrich the 'An-. I anizers' m Slovakia. :' t nati 1 Ml Joel Binstru re is E :: all r U| %  ^ :e-z Class %  v r lay ar I W b 4 10 5 30 p. m. and fron |p nan ag Mcr.d 21 Meeting :z:z.r. : I :54 Assistance ml provided free r 513 C:r.£: • HLAS I • %  ial tt iinst • • 5 F nv r t 1714 S 4-24 H • t of 1 :.:.-" %  to r R : :c f l i $: UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI OPERATES IN TRIMESTER PLAN 16 WEEKS EACH STUDENTS MAY BEGIN MARCH 1st WITH REGISTRATION FEB'Y 28th AND 29th REGISTER FOR THE NEXT ADULT DIVISION MARCH 1st WRITE REGISTRAR FOR BULLETINS. OR Phone 4-0801 Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. 2nd ST. MAS RECEIVED ITS HONORABLE DISCHARGE FROM THE U. S. ARMY. Open to the General Public Daily at 5 p. m. Saturday and Sunday 12 Noon. Under the Same Management of Morton S. Fagan Selection of a Burial Estate Should NOT BE DICTATED BY A SORROWFUL EMERGENCY. IT SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WITH PRUDENT JUDGMENT AND WITH CAREFUL INVESTIGATION-UNAFFECTED BY EMOTION OR IMPULSE.—IN ADVANCE OF NEED. Our Director. Rabbi S. M. Machtsri. Will Conier With You at Your Inritertion. PHONE 3-3720 FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES MOUNT NEBO ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI Dr. R. S. Akers DENTIST Office Hours 9 %  _. to 5 p"C-eece Sa-.--8jj.-f *> %  o** :• s: LMaaaj : '• s w as st w PH03CE 2-2131 SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOMF ..IRVING THE IEWlc H *_ UME PHONE $-2664 JEWISH COMMIT NITY 2008 W. FLAGLER RTVERMONT PARI SJUUTAHTUM iSS) N. w. m St. '* • f S*f cair. f, fcr^lc J* JF USEL scan, M D. o.r" •MMtKirf Or^.' ;:•



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PAGE EIGHT Jewistftorldiari FRIDAY, FEBRUARY %  NOTES OF Y. M. H. A -bySAM SILVER In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Servic for Uie week-end announced by the Greater Miami B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG The Miami chapter of the AZA No. 322 which meets at the Miami YMHA had their board of review for the Irving Ginsberg memorial award. This Boy Scout award, the first ever presented by any Miami AZA chapter is confined to Scout Troop six. G meritorious service botl and to community, this award will be given yearly by Chapter No. 322. At the board of review two candidates from the troop who lived up to the requirements for the award were examined by a scouting committtee consist; eight members from the chapter that had been scouts and Ralph Guns, scout committeeman I ir Troop 6. The requirements for the award are: the scoul must not be a member of the chapter, must havi 1 the age of fifteen. and attained the rank class scout in his troop. He must nominated by his troop. Aleph Hebert Katz, scout ng chairman, announced that Scout Gilb< it 1'rry age 17. and residing at 2L'T K San Marino D had been given the mi I i and the award. An an ment concerning the tion date would at a lat< : lati Irving Ginsburg wa Godol (president) of M pt< r Ni 322 ol AZA I successive terms and of the this community. H< wai the two members of AZA in Miami ive made the sacrifice in w< i id war II. Bain—General Meeting As 1 •• ii. last week's • %  %  • neral i enti: lip of the VM & YWHA. 01 vV I F %  : uary 23i %  Y buil 1567 S. W. 5': Miami. F ing. Leslie Balogh Bain, widely known radio comnv tatoi imnist, % %  '. ill spi ak on "AntiSemitism in the Future." The meeting will commence at 8:15 p. m. Tin• ance to express your I I dislikes, so i Let the Y ti ms you nave to i I -GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 ,,j ... u. )V oilier i x ems I. : futuri Don't Forget Public Forums Public m's cultui '.: and Man h • x V lex Mil lei Anti-D igue in Miitor. Servicemen The Y wants new ling tarj vice, tthe gem Mr • an at the Y 3-41 • me at ve any n .. as. I r Sgt. I : n • Ft. Bi ining. ii., Ca till i ee as .-.•My part s Sgt A J "Stumpj K. : : tatiom %  i' II l ; as met many of the Jewish an i says that they : of the Jew. out Bank a Birm%  at Boi a Rati n for time, El • %  %  otnei daj % %  i says tl at.all :• ally black! I km ti '. mon tha -..<•., they ieturn. May God watch over all of tl safely to their homes very soon. Invitation presi lent i. 'i B'I ... B'rith, • xti nded an in\ the gem i hip he Y to • ,nu of B'nai B'rit at Beth Da Toi ah Tui sdaj rung Fi 22nd; ai lation ol • B'rith '..i be held at Temple Israel on : Dr, A' rai L Sachi national director i : Hillel, will ,the main sp the inst turn affair. ,. M ,, al< as follows. Temple Israel-Friday i at ock Or Jacob H. Kaplan officiatin, H lennon II : taut Et A eei entorJu services, BI by ,d with M olph Wertheimer as ," *"with th< ling ing ip meet '" m I m. Z %  A pi I N %  'I %  • 5 ; n • %  gregation — will conduct l %  and tor Louis H will offii iati i it %  • Iaker, Hi will Ai ti-Semit is a Challi Schonthe social h REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Aik for my free 1944 Informative Map cf Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Ejta'e S'rv e 605 Lincoln RrJ. pj, (,. ^gyj birth lay 1 n orn• Return to / Jui ioi m. Beth Js Coi Lati Friday evi ning I Moses Mi lucting • • ervici The guest ik< r will \ Cassel %  : Ft Tryon Park, N Y Saturrning at 9. The g u Rabbi Morris Beesdin, will speak on 'The Torah Now and Forever." Shalosh Seudos ai 6:45 p. m Saturday night reception by the Miami Beach Mizrachi, in honor oi Gedalia B • lik itor and man veli Miami Beach Jewish Communiat 6:15 | n an I lati Friday %  at 8:15. Rabbi Irving Lehi .. rmon I will of lectures on Weapoi • S in .-. Cantor Wi If will chant the ti : by thi i s : ; : ing ai 9 o'clock Rabl i 1 w ni g ., K on 'from the Heights." Bar Mitzyah of Herben P m r on of Mr. and Mrs Harry Posner, • the by a in honor of thi Bai Junior congn gatioi Bible study, under the Of Morris Ci. The last report on the bond drive is very gratifying. I know whether the exhorta, s contained In this column ..hmg to do with it or .1 regardlea; p causes :,. satisfactory. Total E bond sal.~ are $367,000 which is the highest total of any organization in Dade county The (400.000 will undoubtedly : ,i tin meeting on the at Beth David when the I aU ction will be held The A -ing firms have donated auctioned, which i KClusion of donations i this writing: DunMi n simp. Miami Children's shop, Maxwell's. Stylaneze. Ward Distributing Co., Supreme R, • i .: ml Supply, Morris Ehr\ call has been made '. Nal Roth, who is now touring state in order to pick up ho., We have a ling bet that he will arrive with the goods before the Leo Chaiken has come fort that rare stuff. also to be auctioned at lie of things that used to : rig to Milton Friedthere is a chance that a 10 I prime roast, U. S. No. 1 the pieee de resistance. and I have a picture of you epiwith your bulging check•, ying for its possession. ments will be served after •:ng. which will not. howinclude any of the roast. rhe installation affair will be held at Temple Israel on Kebiuarj 29th at H 30. Suffice it to thai Dr. Sachar will be the • i The program will be rounded out with musical telecand the committee for this imises us that Dr. Sachar will be electrifying. His subnet will not be announced until that evening. Do not miss this. please May we diverge at tins time to congraulate Brother Sol c;<>ldstrom on his Tilth birthday. For the information of those without knowledge. Brother Goldstrom -pent 50 of those years in active participation in Bnai Brith affairs. Who can approach that i" Brother Goldstrom has ,been appointed co-chairmT^" with Milton Friedm^^ men's division of the f J &r drive. The need for $Fk workers in this drive s ^ Every year cards are",** to possible volunteers *? ?| request that they „ia,l *' ,h turn card signifying their 1?,* ness to help. This yea 7>l sponse has been mil. ,* Please indicate your 3^3 help by Phoning Brothel Flash! Alter much rese^; I have found that the ne3 ular song Maresy Doze rfi\ n a ." y a u, d y** !" MaiJ| Oats. We hope you app^S the cultural aspe,: „f ^tS umn For the lit, ral traiSLJ of the rest of ti, -, )ng C0I 2 your columnist Kach week! will attempt to K ive you sorreJ and startling discovery for r. edification. London. (WNS) The enJ Jewish population of Pinsk wl its surrounding an a was ID| sacred by the Germans, accordal to a report released here Ua| week by the Polish TelepapB agency. BEFORE YOU BUT see LEON E L KIN with METROPOLITAH LIFE INS. CO. Not BMt Becauw higgtt\ But—BigffMt BcauM Bt GREETINGS J. S. MAS' PHARMACY Firit and Washington Avtnm PHONE 5 99S3 MIAMI BEACH 24-HOU.R Ambulance Service RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 the on REAL ESTATE—MIAMI TO BUY OR SELL CONSULT HERBERT HODES REALTOR 1015 Seybold Building Phone 3-3143 or 2-3426 iing 10 a. m. •i 15 and %  %  Beth Sholom C. I eduled tor Friday rung at 8 15. Edward Clark. m unvei pe ak J '• • CanI"""-'' an will cl ^ e and in the conjn urn he : ornim in.int the liturgy -\ will be fter RACING— Ci will kiddush the I •• ShaOrthodox Con OLD SARATOGA INN Bisc.iyne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines 'IKE BUS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS Mil FROM MUMI flltCH OPEN EVERY DAY F a JS2vS r ; 530 D m u i O8wi hw&rt the occasion n.i.. "•! '"• 6:30 p. Tll( 8.30 a. m. and 6 M, p hn i h sarj group at -i 40 p, ANNUAL DERBY Championship at 3-8 Mile NEXT fi, • Ask Your Local DolicatMMn For tho Bt • It Coata No MON OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS ... 2*% C ook,d ,nd mok ^ •• %  J7th and Normal Ava. #. k wwaaa§j> •' %  -:' %  '/. % %  TUESDAY NITE Don't Mi$s This Greatest of Rsces By the Nation's Best POST TIME, 7:15 P. M. WEST FLAGLE R K£NNEL CLUB M* WestllocleA St at 37ik Cww* Made From Fr-h Orana



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AY. 7E3TJARY 18. 1944 CITAL OF GREAT [REST WILL BE 'EN BY BEACH I wide-sprea interest to the LIT Miami music colony is Jrecital to be presented by lyM & WHA of Miami Beach Its auditorium at 1 Lincoln on Sunday afternoon. Feb20th at 4 p. m. rmearing in this joint recital „ Sergeant Clifton Hughes, %  tone, and Private Frederick Tvin, pianist. Both artists are -known in this area having bared frequently before Miland Miami Beach audiences. Lrgeant Hughes in civilian life J a number of the San Carlo |ra company. More recently he the leading role in the army juction of "New Moon," He also appeared in the Miami Ira Guild performance of ncn, and in the Artist series oncerts at the Roney Plaza j-.vate Marvin is a graduate the Curtis Institute of Music [has appeared in concert from It to coast. He is best known [the West Coast where he bertized with several of the Jing orchestras in California. fore entering the army, he yed the background music for picture soon to be released, pice of the Wind." In this _B. Private Marvin has appearfvkith the Miami Symphony orstra, and also at the Roney ia hotel in their Artist series. ,.iis concert is the third of a Its given by the YM & WHA IMiami Beach for its memberThere is no admission rge and members are permitto bring a guest. f. *-...*,*. fj^rgjfp^^ PAGE FTvT Face Facts By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League Juy War Savings Bonds. USA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue |A'.!iCiit<>r Wrestling, Alligator r.irm. Museum, WUuni Well, l.'urlo Shop Take Bu No. 15 or Yacht Seminole Queen WANT MY MILK Eitab. IM4 And Be Bur. It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Following a recent speech, one of our auditors sent in a lengthy letter in which he expressed a problem which we feel is bothering many young Jewish people today. He would like an answer. Before we would even attempt to solve this young man's problem, we would like your reaction as we are sure it is one about which you have done con1 siderable thinking. Here it is: "I am not a good Jew. A lot of us young Jews born in America think we have seen the handwriting on the wall years ago. A lot of us discarded religion and even assumed new names. We seemed to get along pretty well on the road. We were ashamed of the Jew who was born abroad. Probably due to t his poverty and hardship, he was exceedingly sharp in his business I dealings with others. Sometimes he was unkempt and unshaven." (Our correspondent then relates a long story regarding the behavior of an obnoxious individual who also happens to be of the Jewish faith.) "Men like this offset any good that we younger Jews are trying towards us. Isn't he vile and uncouth? You can see the trail of hate this man leaves for Jews wherever he congregates. He is almost as dangerous as the worst anti-Semite. "Maybe I'm a hypocrite. I am ashamed of the following: My wife's father has retired and come to live with us. He and I have always liked each other. He wouldn't harm a fly. While I like him, I am ashamed of him. He is the type that wears a derby and shaves twice a week. He has disrupted our household. We suddenly had to discard our ham and bacon. The wife has to go way out of her way and get only kosher meat for him. She has to dash home from business and cook specially for him. We even have two sets of dishes now. He davens early each morning and tvillum has been a strange sight to me for about 25 years. He is welcome to stay with us the rest of his days but I am ill at ease because of the impression he makes on others. "Well, feller, I hope you will write and tell me I am all wet. Sometimes I would like to tell you of the experiment I tried, how it worked out in regard to our Jewish problem. It proved conclusively to me that the more American we Jews become the better we were liked and accepted. That those who knew us and liked us could not suddenly develop a hate for us when our Jewish identity became known. That the Gentile could find the Jew clean, honest, fair and square and a pretty regular fellow to boot." The Fourth War Bond Drive is now on. What are YOU doing to aid its successful completion? Buy Series E Bonds today. ggctffc*r4 'Your Complex Department Store Wit ith Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami JUDGE LE1M 10 ADDRESS FED. DIVISION OF GIFTS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) dered to the men in the armed forces. "You in this land of sunshine are doubly blessed," he said. "In the first place you have this glorious climate. And on top of that you have but one Jewish campaign for the entire year, while we in New York have three drives to contend with. Aside from the much larger need than before, I feel that each one of you should make a larger contribution just as a thanks offering that you have only one such campaign annually." Captains and workers of the Special Gift Division met for lunch at the Royal Center at noon Wednesday, Feb. 16, when advance plans for the Sunday morning meeting were made. Solicitation in this division will start Sunday following Judge Levinthal's address and will continue throughout the week. "Our plans are proceeding nicely, but more workers are needed in a number of the teams," Sher reported. "We must have enough workers to be sure to cover all prospects, or this vital campaign will meet with failure this year. We cannot afford to fail because the demands made upon the federation have been increased so greatly." As a further insurance of success, Chairman Sher requests that the names and adresses of new Jewish residents who would be glad to contribute to the campaign be reported to the federation's offices, 1002 Congress building. The phone is 3-5411. The campaign committee has reported it is nearly ready to announce team assignments, so the need for more volunteers not only is important, but also is a pressing matter. Volunteers are asked to call the federation office. The first meeting of the speaker division of the 1944 United Appeal has been scheduled for 4 p. m. Monday, Feb. 21 in the federation offices. The session, called by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, cochairmen, will be devoted to explaining campaign plans and to outlining the work expected of the speakers. AUSTRALIA TO ADMIT 150 JEWISH CHILDREN Canberra, Australia, (JTA) — The Australian government announced this week that it is willing to admit 150 Jewish refugee children between the ages of seven and fourteen. In making the announcement. Prime Minister John Curtin specified that the children "must be of good type and satisfactory physically and mentally." They will be examined by Australian authorities in Britain before being allowed to embark for the journey here. Gartenberg & Schechter's GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL Strictly Kosher Dining Room i ill I Mlti • \ .' I IPPHONE 5-6u17 THREE O'CLOCK ^ AND I HAVENT SLEPT A WINK" WAKD17L NIGHTS —how the time drag* Minutes earn-like hou^w* worry •£ J""f! don* and loft undone. After such a night, w e gel up in the morning more tired than when we wens to bed. NervousTWon cmuses many imbH night end wakeful nights are likely to cause Nervous Tension. Next time you feelJ** !" "*.J !" Keyed Up or begin to toss, tumble and worry sxier you get to bed —try DR. MILES NERVINE (Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) DR. MILES NZRVTNal helps to ease Nei^<>usTend-to permit re-^hing sleep. When TOU ar^Kerod Up. Cranky. fidgety. ygg*gf **• Mnes Nervine. 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