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The Jewish Floridian ( February 25, 1944 )

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ii*Jewish Floridian agggg TUie Jewish Minify V& AJUAAAA VJjuiMjy /# VOLUME 17-NUMBER 8 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS MASS ME E TING M O N D AY NIGHT, BAYFRONJ PARK FEDERATION PLANS NEAR COMPLETION FOR ANNUAL FUND DRIVE WHICH STARTS COMFEBEMGE IS TO! Greater Miami residents are expected to fill Bayfront Park Monday evening at 8:15 o'clock, when a community-wide mass meeting will take place. Outstanding speakers will discuss the j establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine, a subject .ythat is receiving recognition I throughout the country. Arranged by the American Zilonist Emergency Council, the MARCH 19; PARTICIPANTS ARE LISTED! IN ATLANTA ONHsiili ust. Rabbi Wise last week testified before the Foreign Affairs The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is getting into full swing for the forthcoming 1944 United Appeal, which will open on March 19th and continue through the remainder of the month. The sixth annual campaign has a goal of 5189,095, tentative al1, nations having been made to —— — —— forty organizations, local, nationBenjamin B. Goldman, cam%  1 and overseas. paign director; Joseph R. Stein, Hundreds of men and women ^easurer; Lt Col Elry Stone, In tB area have volunteered ^ Mc h w olta Cap their services and are already ? %  irscn A mcy ., ana i, B of their time in preparaChaplain Colman A. Zwitrnan. tr for the drive The ex *gEtttt&lB#t Ben toSLSL, fL StSTtiB Bernstein George"chertkof. Dr. V,l\ riHi.nU take cognizance Frank Coret, Jack Dubinsky, ;f Ra thc manpo\ve? shoiSKe and Samuel N. Fried land Nathan volunteer their services to insure g|n*. George GoWberg. Louis llnf th^ ramnaien Heiman, Benjamin N. Kane, Dr. '"A S S incgi^Tcampaign Jacob H. Kaplan. Samuel Katz, raKfjjf S b h C er n a s f Ta,r d : t&tttlffiffBS. SlndVr^mbe^S ^-SS? %  Albert E. Renth.l. Morton Ln meetincs have been held Kussack, Mrs. Henry Seitlin. oarm ptams and wo?kers with William D Singer. Harry S.rkin the facts they will use as amand Harry Zukernick. vice chairmunition when the time comes men. for them to commence their soliDivisions and their co-chaircitation. Unusual attention is men follow: being paid this year to this preInitial Gift, Sam Blank and campaign work because a 40 per Benjamin E. Bronston; Special cent increase in the Federation's Gift, Stanley C. Myers and Carl budget has confronted the GreatWeinkle; Advance Gift. Albert er Miami Jewish community with Kahn and Max Orovitz, with its greatest financial responsiHerbert E. Scher, vice-chairmen; bility Men's, Milton Friedman and Sol Working closely with the War Goldstrom with George J. BertChest and with the Red Cross, man as vice chairman; Women s Uaders of the 1944 United ApMrs. Benjamin Meyers and Mrs. peal have set the campaign dates Monte Selig; New Gift. David in cooperation with these two Phillips and Monte Selig; Arother fund-raising drives. It rangements, Mrs. Benjamin E. also is a notable fact that many Bronston and Mrs. Joseph R. of the same men and women are Stem; Office Volunteers, Mrs. serving in important roles in all George Goldberg and Mrs. Meyer tin ee campaigns. Schwartz; Publicity. Fred K. Cooperating with Chairman Shochet; Speakers. Rabbi Max Sher is the following campaign Shapiro and Rabbi Irving Lehrorganization: man. ___^ Federation Announces Agencies To Participate in Funds o f Campaign The Greater Miami Jewish FedVaas Leumi (for Palestine ore-ration has announced the names ganizations). of the 40 agencies that have reAmerican defense agencies: ceived allocations for funds to be American Jewish Congress. Jewraiaed in the 1944" forthcoming i s h Labor committee, Joint Decampaign, starting March .19. fense Appeal (including B'nai Agencies which will share in B'rith anti-Defamation league the funds to be raised have been and American Jewish committee), divided into seven classifications. Conference on Jewish Relations. These agencies, by groups, are as Educational institutions, semifollows, the list including Greatnaries, religious schools and other Miami agencies: Army-navy ers: American Academy for Jewcommittee of Greater Miami, ish research. B'nai B'nth Wider Greater Miami Jewish FederaScope committee. Dropsie college, tion, Jewish Education associaHistadruth Ivrith, Jewish Braille bon, University of Miami Hillel institute, Jewish Chautauqua so[Foundation, Young Men's Hebrew ciety, National Farm school. Am[Association of Greater Miami, erican Yeshivah, Yiddish ScienBfoung Men's and Women's Hetific institute. Ibrew Association of Miami Beach. National hospitals and welfare Overseas relief and rehabilitainstitutions: Hebrew Orphans Ition: American Ort Federation, home at Atlanta, Jewish ConBebrew Sheltering and Immisumptives and ex-Patients Relief %  rant Aid Society (HIAS), Jewish association at Los Angeles. JewIT.-Iegraphic agency. United Jewish Consumptives Relief society [ish Appeal (including the Joint at Denver. Leo N. Lcvi Memorial %  Distribution committee. National hospital at Hot Springs National %  Refugee Service and United PalHome for Jewish children at fcstine Appeal.) Denver, National Jewish hospital Palestine agencies: American at Denver, friends of the Hebrew universiNational service agencies: fy. American Fund for Palestine Council of Jewish Federations Institutions, Hadassah, National and Welfare funds Jewish Occu-abor committee for Palestine, pational council. Jewish otatisioneer Women's organization tical bureau. National Jewish (including child rescue fund). Welfare board. New York. — Announcement lhat 50.000 Jewish men in the Irmed services have joined the Jewish War Veterans of the U. S. M service members was made by National Commander Archie H. •reenberg. London (JTA)—London newspapers reported from Madrid that several hundred Spanish-speaking Jews from occupied Greece, whose ancestors left Spain many S enerations ago, have reached pain in a cattle train. "LEIHE1R" DAI TO BE 11 The campaign activities of the Women's division of the 1944 United Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be launched at a "Leap-Year day" luncheon to be held at the El Comodoro hotel. 33 S. W. 2nd avenue, at 12:30 p. m. Tuesday, February 29. at a meeting of the division captains. Women's division co-chairmen, Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, have extended personal invitations to twenty-five captains to meet to discuss campaign plans and to select team workers. It is anticipated that a minimum of 250 women will be needed to cover all cards assigned to the Women's division for solicitation. Mrs. Selig is selecting captains and workers who will canvass subscribers living in Miami. Mrs. Meyers is assuming responsibility for Miami Beach women. The 1944 conference of the Southeastern region. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will be held on March 18 and 19 at the Biltmore hotel in Atlanta, Ga., announced Donald Oberdorfer, regional president. Mr. Oberdorfer announces among the appointment of the conference program committee: Clarence Elsas and Frank Garson. Atlanta—co-chairmen; Day Apte, Tampa; Philip Coleman, Jackson, ville; and Stanley C. Myers, Miami. The southeastern region of the council includes the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia. Louisiana, Mississippi. North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Officers of the region are: Donald Oberdorfer. Atlanta, president; Stanley C. Myers, Miami, first vice president; Isaac S. Heller, New Orleans, second vice president. COMMITTEE FOR SPEAKERS HOLDS MEETING FEB. 21 The Speakers division of the 1944 United Appeal of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, under the co-chairmanship of Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, held its first meeting February 21 to draft its schedule of speaking engagements for the pre-campaign period. The plan of the campaign was outlined by Campaign Chairman Jacob Sher and Campaign Director Benjamin B. Goldman. A committee of fifteen members is primed to cover every meeting of Jewish organizations in Greater Miami to be held within the next three weeks. Speakers are prepared to address meetings for 10 or 15 minutes on campaign objectives and the programs of organizations supported by this year's aAppeal. Greater Miami Jewish organizations have been invited by the campaign leadership to obtain speakers for their meetings by calling the speakers division, 3-5411, at Federation's office. FOR f MEET THIS WEEK NEW CLASSES NOW BEING STARTED IN NURSE'S AIDE On Sunday, Feb. 27. at 11 a. I m., members of the Special Gift j division will have their second (pre-campaign meeting at the •Miami Beach Y, 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Similar sessions I have been held by the Initial I Gift division, and others are to follow between now and March 19. At each meeting outstanding speakers have stressed the importance of current local needs as well as the increasingly large reasons for contribution to the assistance for refugees in this ( country, and overseas, as well as supporting the United Palestine Appeal. Another feature event of the i Federation's pre-campaign activity will be a dinner meeting ; given by the Advanced Gifts, division for captains and workers. ;The affair will take place at the 1 El Comodoro hotel, 33 S. W. Second avenue, starting at 6:30' p. m. and will feature the well' | known orator, Abram L. Sachar. [ I national director of the Hillel j j Foundation on Thursday, Mar. 2. The Advanced Gifts division is I I co-chairmaned by Albert Kahn and Max Orovitz, with Herbert Scher as vice chairman. Cards of prospects, rated for this division, will be given to the | teams at this meeting for a pre1 drive solicitation. DR. STEPHEN S. WISE Committee of Congress, where the Wagner-Taft and ComptonWright resolutions are under consideration. The resolutions call for "the full opportunity of the Jewish people to restricted Palestine as a free and open Jewish Commonwealth." Legislatures and city government bodies all over the country are passing resolutions supporting and endorsing these measures and last week the Miami City Commission and the City Council of Miami Beach followed suit. Among others scheduled to ad[ dress the audience are Father Florence Sullivan of Gesu Catholic Church, and Dr. R. Wiley ; Scott of the Ministerial AssociaI tion of Greater Miami. The public is urged to attend and there will be no solicitation of funds. State and local officialdom will be present on the dias and military heads are expected to be present. GERMANY SELLS PRINTING TYPE TO FOREIGN FIRMS New classes are starting in nurse's aide work at the St. Francis hospital, Miami Beach, and Jackson Memorial hospital, Miami, on Friday, February 25, at 7:30 p. m. All those who are interested in joining either of these two classes should report at headquarters of the American Red Cross, 507 N. E. First avenue, between 2 and 4 p. m. any afternoon for a personal interview. There is a great need for nurse's aides at this time, officials stated. Bern (JTA)—The German authorities are now selling to Swiss printing firms many fonts of Jewish type which they confiscated I in Warsaw, Vilna and other cities in Poland famous for their Jewish printing plants. A Swiss print shop which received an order for the publication of Jewish prayer books, which are difficult to secure in Europe bought type in Berlin, which arrived in a very few days. TO OBSERVE RED CROSS SABBATH FEBRUARY 2S-ZG Setting the spiritual tone of the 1944 Red Cross war fund campaign which opens March 1, synagogues and temples throughout the nation will observe Red Cross Sabbath February 25-26. The fund-raising campaign, of which the goal is $200,000,000 will continue throughout the month of March. Observance of Red Cross Sabbath comes in answer to a plea from Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of the Synagogue Council of America, and Red Cross Chairman Norman H. Davis, addressed to Jewish religious leaders from coast to coast. This is the second successive year of its observance. "The Jewish people of America have always responded loyally and generously to our Red Cross appeal," he wrote. "Now, as our 1944 war fund appeal approaches, we confidently count on the continuance of this response." It is not only a duty, but a patriotic necessity that you vote. Are you registered? If not, don't delay. Do it now. ; i



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PAGE TWO *Jc*istrkrH&ri ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES BETH DAVID EASTERN STAR a^a^ HIAS %  JEWISH CONGRESS : —"". •. club ot the EmuLJLftS T ^ B ->t8 rung the chapter Halpern. Sidtty Levy. Mr* Lillian Wucher. Mrs Pearl Mr> Theresa ::nan. MrIda .. Fru-dman mited to and tickets v of the A-J CONGRESS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 m. Dr. Abram L. Sachsr will f ture the evening's Dr-e-an, J*" uled for the insta KG? $* f.cers of Sholom I^Vl* Brith and Auxiliary Dr sfj* well known orator u r,at 10 £?* rector of the Hillel foundtt The affair will uk,. JU g** Temple Israel on Tuesdwl*? run*. February 29 EntertLT ment will be pre:j in j*" freshmenta served. e ------to .red American meet on M 45 p rr. I Lincoln Miami j M Weinstein will • >k. New 1 i the public. : r the American SCHAAREI ZEDEK SPINOZA FORUM" Brotherhood week vil] K. ,*_ served by theSpinoza f ,rum wu a lecture on Br hv £.' William H. McMaiter tSfaS urday afternoon at 1 clock. i der the canopy, on the lawn of thl home of Dr A Wolf*. 11th street, between Collini av£ nue and Ocean drive M-iBeach. Tuesday evening rC Morris Sen nee r Yotk. will give the sixth lecture in t£ • s on the "Ar .. Living." BEACH ZIONIST^ JUNIOR B'NAI BRITH • M. B. PIONEERS ======== nRTHnnoY CONG. • in ORTHODOX CONG. • •% %  nearu '• ;'! I.ui in 8.W. B-St it %  •--• *—OPEN AT P -, ee Daly Sat t NATION AL CO UNCIL Th< Nat. i : -.. : -"wish %  at 3 ================================ I YOUTH ALIYAH .ball spon8 Lad.t-s Auxiliary of Zedek rne TemMarch 8th A • • • A :il be I.Kated on N W t St • %  : Arc WORKMEN'S CffiCLE II -• r. ;ces for the late Mendel M Levin* who passed • jrear will be held by W Circle, of which rr.ber. at 8 30 at ..rr. 25 '•' ave• _• The Miami Beach. of its officers, direct | -at. bers will participa j^j. front mass meeti.-.g -^pportai the house and .solutwrn which urge Ere • Jewish immigrav Pife, tine. A delegation fron Beaci: district met with re OT atives to hear r. fn Ezra Shapiro on itepa I be takes in furtherance of '.:. %  7a.'*.-Wainer resolution in '..-.• -rate, and Compton-Wnght -.: 0 f the house. M B. IEW1SH CENTER A card and Mar. J ngg party will be sponsorc-d I y the Sa* hood of Miami Bea r. Jewufc Center Wednesday evening March 1 The affair will be held at the Center. 1419 Euclid avenue. Miami Beach. Buy War Bonds and Stamp* to heir, preserve Dem oc ra cy. _: _MIAN £S ^ JUNE VINCENT is :Sinq \Q r • • • Stem Sal at 4:X P M iSur. Thru Wed Fafa 27-Mcn 1 SUPERB Says WincheU BRILLIANT Say Daily News JOHN STEINBECK'S IN LOVING MEMORY :: bit sympathy and icadneso MAX MENDEL LEV1NE pesse-i crwery March 3. 1943 his wife BECKY LEVINE BETH JACOB .• %  %  y flW****"' Yc_r Corr.plef) Department Stora Wita Quality Merchandise WaaMaftaa Aw. at 13th St. MIA.T.I Beach Apy Store '0 E. Flag:r St.. Miami %  a. NERVINE D O TBfSS *tr*m malm tmm Wmkwt*. Crwmtt. r • Dr. UJm >(r* kataa • 1MM imrmm %  %  %  CkM II aw ••an. mmmt iinRM OM Alka-Seltzer II "LIFEBOAT WITH TALLULAK BANKHEAD WILLIAM BENDDC HENRY HULL MARY ANDERSON EXPERT SURGICAL MOHEL REV. PHILIP FRIED £.•• :* =l ri ll --i:: :-: at MUnt.e C.t> j : :t ': %  ;i%: • ,? f%t,r%. Now affiliated with Bth Darid Congregation PHONE 2-1473 A nue. 1 5 Sparkling Diamond RINGS NATHAN GINSBURG S TRUE FARM FOOD ^1?/ H RESTAURANT I W aW 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Observed SERV ?!SJT££ 5£X!£ ATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY 2 DINING ROOMS j KITCHENS^ Meats Meals Serwd From Daily Vag^arUn From 1 P. M. 8AM OPEN EVERY DAY Dr. R. S. Akers DENTIST Office Hours 9 a.m. to 5 pja. C 3ea Sjt.-aayt New Offices Now Located it lsee H. w Mth st.. MaPHONE 2-2131 %  ----r QM t ys od BHaeaa • • • Naraii or w-. mo*, rrie^ beta S27.50 DANZIG'S Tum' 2iC MALCYO, ACAOI "5f "al*r s Nothing But the Best WILL SUFFICE WHEN A LOVED ONE PASSES ON. Those who attend a commitment in MOUNT NEBO are not saddened by the harshness of the usual interment. Our Director. Rabbi S. M. MachteL Will Coniw With You at Your Invitation. PHONE 3-3720 FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES MOUNT NEBO ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI HIVERMONT PAR* SAJnTARTOM •ace N. w. ra it *• %  *Z •mm ur. fw eawawle etc*, gy* SASEL BEE*. M O ~ W— % %  >! %  •'*••



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1944 ^Jewistflcrldiian PAGE THREE jWWWWW WWWWWWWW WW^W %  %  % % %  I — i — %  — %  %  i u-u-u-j i 1 SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS WEDDINGS Miss Sylvia Lyons of Hagestown, Maryland, is visiting her ;iU nt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman. Charles Adelman of Savannah is visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hollander are visiting with Mrs. Moses Pallot. 136 N. W. 15th avenue. Herman Kreizvogel, prominent attorney of New York City is vacationing with his brother-in|aw and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen, Bonnie apartments, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Nordin. r>441 Alton road, were" hosts at ; %  buffet dinner and social to their many friends of Beth Sholom Center. The occasion was in celebration of their wedding anniversary. Mr. Nordin is vice president of the Center and Mrs. Nordin an officer of the ladies' auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein were honored at a dinner party given last Tuesday evening by •heir friend, Abram Maiman, assisted by Jacob Barbel. at Fassa'a Morocco, in honor of Mrs Rosenstein's birthday. The linner was followed by a social gathering at the Rosenstein home, 505 12th street. Lt. (sg) Max Pepper is at present spending a furlough with his family before returning overseas. Rabbi Nachum Tversky, wellknown as the Loyever-Miropolier grand rabbi, now of Chelsea, Mass., Will speak at Shalosh Seudoi and conduct a Melaveh Malkeh this Saturday afternoon and night at the Beth Jacob : synagogue, Miami Beach. His many friends are invited to come. The marriage of Miss Joyce Oren, daughter of Mr. and*Mrs. Joseph Oren, 1813 S. W. 21st street, to Leslie Baker took place in Temple Israel, Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiating Sunday afternoon. Attendants included Miss Lillian Rubin, Mrs. Stanley Segal, matron of honor, and Miss Marilyn Tunick, bridesmaid, the Misses Ruby Boniske and Barbara Koven, bridesmaids. Irving Baker was his brother's best man. UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Harry Zorach Sands will take place Sunday afternoon, February 27th, at 4 o'clock in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David congregation, officiating. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Palmer Monument company. Friends of the family are asked to attend. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late* Godel Osher Rosenkrants took place Wednesday, February 23rd. at 3 p. m.. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David conThc marriage of Marilyn Breckstein, daughter of Mrs. Zelda Breckstein, 1681 S. W. 18th street to Allan Signer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Signer of St. Petersburg, Florida, was an event of February 13. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at the ceremony and the bride was given in marriage by her grandfather, M. Breckstein of Washington. Other attendants included Miss Muriel Gerstein. maid of honor and Nat Pa I in. best man. A wedding dinner and reception followed. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Signer and Mrs. A. Reisman, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldstein and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cohen. Charleston. West Virginia; Mrs. Charles Levy and Mrs. I. Signer of New York City; Mrs. Lawrence Weiss and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gelber, Perth Amboy, N. J. The couple are residing at 1146 S. W. 22nd Terrace. grcgation officiated. ArrangeI ments were under the direction of I Sidney H. Palmer of the Palmer SOCIAL Monument company. Madeline Ellis Paetro, daughter %  if Mrs. Hannah Ellis and the late Dr. Max Ellis, will graduate from the University of Miami, February 25. She will receive a bachelor of science degree in education. BRITH Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff gave a dinner party in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Goldberg, ivho is visiting from the north. The guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Chenko, Mrs. Kenesky, Mrs. Louise Spaniel, Mrs. Kavner and Miss Pattie Rogoff. MONKEY JUN GLE Where Humans are Caged and Monkeya Run Wild 22 Mile* South of Miami Of> US. 1 Open Daily On Wednesday. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Brith Milan of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knobel. 2155 S. W. 5th street, at the University hospital, and of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal, 1405 Euclid avenue, at the St. Francis hospital. BAR MITZVAH_ Bar Mitzvah of Edward Pont, son of Mrs. S. Pont, will take place at services at Beth David Congregation Saturday morningThe boy will address the worshippers and Rabbi Max Shapiro will respond. .t"L *0_4 Mrs. Jean Seitlin and daughter Shirley entertained at a dinner and bridge party Sunday at their home 2621 Lincoln avenue in honor of Mr. and Mrs. David Weiss of New York City. The celebration was in commemoration of the Weiss' thirtieth wedding anniversary. Mrs. Weiss is Mrs. Seitlin's sister. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mrs. Bessie C. Rudolph of Syracuse, N. Y., Mrs. Hy Coverman, Mrs. Harry Growman. Miss Libby Corlin, Miss Norma Haas. Miss Thelma Kronenfeld. Miss Evelyn Blauglass, Miss Jeanette Cohen, Miss Sylvia Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Levinson. Petty Officer and Mrs. Jesse Wasscrman. Lt. Marshall E. Deutsch, and Lt. Alex Weissberg, the latter two from New York Ci'y and are now stationed in Boca Raton. NOTES OF K. M. H. A -bySAM SILVER •Ct 1 7v)GtJST BROS Ryc £ ** la the BEST/ OBITUARIES OPEN 12 NOON TO 10:30 P. M. Only Authorized Franchise Holder in Miami Beach IRVIN'SiCHICKEN !" ROUGH 441 41st St.. M. B. K & M Buses and Venetian Jitneys Pass Door Delicious Fried Chicken Served Unjointed With Gobi of Shoestring Potatoes. Hot Rolls and Honey EPPERSON FOR CONGRESS 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 Political Ad. I>ald for by Friends FARM WORK CREATES CITY JOBS Every person In farm work creates Jobs for two others, such as grocery clerks, stenographers, barbers, salesmen, etc. Thus 50,000 on farms, which Is easily feasible, means Jobs for another 100,000. This man has PROVEN he knows how to CREATE WORK. ELECT ERNEST R. GRAHAM The ALL-FLORIDA GOVERNOR rale Pelltlel Adv. JOSEPH MILLER Joseph Miller. 79. died suddenly at his home. 360 Meridian avenue, last week. A resident here for about eight years. Miller came from Akron. O. He is survived by one daughter. Miss Hilda Miller, and three sons, Irving J. Miller of Miami, Bert Miller of Chicago and Herman Miller of Akron. O. Funeral services were held at Riverside Memorial chapel, with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. Mr. Miller was a member of Beth Jacob congregation and the Chevra Kadisha. Y Bulletin The second issue of the Y Bulletin is going to press and will be sent to you shortly. We are making every effort to make this publication one of interest to the entire membership. For that reason we urge each and everyone of you to contact Mr. Grossman at the Y (3-4012) or yours truly (9-2751) and give us your news items and suggestions for this publication. We hope you like this issue. Picnic The Y youth groups held an all day picnic last Sunday at Greynolds park. Miss Miriam Levine, our youth director, and Miss Bess Sebulsky, our field director, sponsored the affair. (Miss Sebulsky is a senior student at the school of social administration of Ohio State university and is doing her field work here.) All who attended had a wonderful time and extend thanks to Phil Berkowitz and Nathan Adelman for their generosity in providing trucks for transportation. Incidentally, these two gentlemen have always cooperated in the past by providing transportation for all organizations in this community and are to be commended. New Scout Master Michael Schnitzer, Esq.. who formerly practiced law in Jersey City, N. J., and was recently discharged from the military service, is the new scout master of the Scout troop at the Y. From what I have heard about Mr. Schnitzer. he has an excellent background for this type of work and will no doubt be an asset to the Y. Welcome to our community. Mr. Schnitzer. General Meeting—Bain The general meeting held last Wednesday evening at the Y lived up to expectations. Many of the general membership attended and offered their suggestions and criticisms. These suggestions and criticisms will be taken into consideration by our board of directors and will benefit the Y in many ways. As usual. Leslie Balogh Bain, columnist and radio commentator, gave B good talk on "Anti-Semitism in the Future." Mr. Bain has given considerable study to his subject and has definite ideas on the post war situation. Public Forums Alexander Miller, director of the Anti-Defamation league in Miami, will be moderator at the public forums to be held at the Y on the evenings of March 1st and March 8th. at 8:15 o'clock. The topic of discussion for the forum to be held on March 1st is "Evolution of Anti-Semitism." and the topic of discussion for the forum to be held on March 8th is "Anti-Semitism in Am] erica." Mr. Miller's position with the Anti-Defamation league, together with his years of research, make him eminently qualified to serve on these programs. We are fortunate to have him with us and feel that the forums will be enlightening to everyone who attends. Federation Campaign The sixth annual campaign ef the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will officially open on Sunday, March 19. Not only should we work in and contribute to the federation campaign merely because we are members of the Jewish community, but we should give our time, money and effort to this drive as Y members, as the Y is one of the local agencies in the campaign and will benefit materially from the drive. The progress of the Y during the coming year will depend largely upon the success of this drive. Welcome Back Milt Klein, charter member of the Y, who spent the past 15 months in Denver, Colorado, has returned to Miami to live permanently. He says he'll soon become active at the Y again. Welcome home to you, Mrs. Klein and the three little Kleins. Milt. CONSTABLE R. B. CHASTAIN ANNOUNCES FOR SHERIFF Constable R. B. Chastain of District 1 has announced he would seek to succeed Sheriff D. C. Coleman, who will step down next spring to become state senator for this district. Chastain. who was elected constable in 1932 and re-elected in 1936 and 1940. was the first candidate to make a formal announcement in the sheriff's race. His long experience as a Dade county law enforcement officer particularly qualify him for the job of sheriff. Chastain asserted in making his announcement. HEADACHE 1 IS UCH A BIG LITTLE THING BARTON NADLER Services were held Sunday at Riverside Memorial chapel, followed by burial in Mount Nebo cemetery for Barton Nadler. three-and-a-half-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nadler, 744 Lenox avenue, Miami Beach, who died Friday morning in a local hospital. DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL TO ERECT BEACH CLUB HOUSE A LL SET for a good full day's work when a nagging head-, ache sneaks up on yon. You suffer and to does your work. • Ready for an evening of relaxation and enjoyment—a peaky headache interferes with your fun, rest, enjoyment or relaxation. DR. MILES •' DRINK PLENTY OF Water A special meeting of prominent people in this area is being called for this Saturday at 8:30 p. m. at the George Washington hotel by the Daughters of Israel. A building permit has already been obtained for the erection of a women's club building which will house a ritual pool (Mikvah) at 151 Michigan avenue. Miami Beach. Actual building will commence this coming week. Final approval of the architect's plans will take place at this Saturday's meeting which is called by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. honorary president, and the proprietors of the George Washington hotel. Messrs. Schechter and Gartenberg. DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME 6CALL0N BOTTLE f it CASE OF SIX s TABLE BOTTLES 7 Plus Botllf Deposit PHONE 2-4128 Anti-Pain Pills usually relieve not only Headache, but Simple Neuralgia, Muscular Pains and Functional Monthly Pains. Do you use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills? If not why not? You can get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at your drug store in the regular package for only a penny apiece and in the economy package even cheaper. Why not get a package today? Your druggist has them. Read directions and use only as directed. Your money back if you are not satisfied. Buy Stamps and Bonds. MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling, AlllKator Farm, Museum, Winning W>ll, Curio Shop Take Bua No. 15 or Yacht Seminole Qunn ARTHUR SINGER Certified Public Accountant has now established offices at 204 ALBION BUILDING MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 311 Lincoln Road Phone 58-1914 I L0 J : DA S VIIMIM. VHMPEfll* I NO v \ AMISICAN 11 W I S H OINNfR' ^V Ok l( COLLINS A V E li\ MIAMI P f A (. 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FEBRUARY 25, 1944 +Jewish fhrkUan PAGE FIVE DRY THE TEARS! Tears will not bring back the dead. Tears will not rescue the living. Dry the tears. Not your tears, but your dollars are needed to help the remnant of the Jewish population which faces annihilation in Hitler's "Fortress Europe." Not your tears, but your dollars are needed to rehabilitate the lives of those who have already been liberated from oppression, to build and preserve the Jewish homeland in Palestine, to help the refugees to strengthen our communal structure at home, to provide for the boys in the armed services. The veil of tragedy is slowly lifting after eleven years of incredible travail for the Jews of Europe. Victory is almost within our grasp. Tears for the dead will not prepare us for the greater tasks of liberation and deliverance. Our dollars are needed to rebuild the lives of those who have won the freedom to be helped. More dollars are needed to meet the greater obligations on the Jewish rescue front. Through your gift to the 1944 United Appeal, you will make it possible for our Greater Miami Jewish Federation to support the relief and rehabilitative work of the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal, the National Refugee Service, and other overseas agencies. 1. Through the Joint Distribution Committee, relief. rehabilitation and emigration assistance is being extended to refugees in Allied and neutral countries throughout the world. 2. Through the United Palestine Appeal, homeless Jews are settled in Palestine and aid is given for the fullest mobilization for the war effort 3. Through the National Refugee Service, newcomers in the United States are given opportunities for adjustment and refugee children are helped to begin new lives in freedom. 1944 UNITED APPEAL GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION 1008 CONGRESS BUILDING TELEPHONE 3-5411 Opening. YHOMA 19th SMOUK niiami Witt tiaUe. $189,095 THIS PAGE MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE COOPERATION OF THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN iikRescue the Living Through the United Appeal m m



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PAGE SIX +Jeistncrtftori FRIDAY : • Face Facts • By Alexander F. Miller Florida .Regional Director Anti Defamation League Recently %  i Johi %  "•' ha* % %  • %  i %  Ut 1 -'..: %  I I cramp' I notice oi • i %  S SEN. PEPPER FOB HE i 11 %  MIAMI AND BEACH YS TO SPONSOR MUSIC PROGRAM %  %  %  • • Sal %  %  M %  i ••• %  %  %  %  EPPERSON ANNOUNCES FOR SEAT HELD BY PAT CANNON late to announce for i tional district n OW held by Pat Cannon is \ E| : %  • rson, Miami attorcertified public accountant in of world war I. i dgea himself, if pporl the presid.ml and< i in-chief <>f the naWBT effort, sympathetic ation of tinproblems of ice nun, and enerking of any legislation ; the development of this Declaring that Congressman • ,, openly bragged that he B5 per cent of the igram, Mr. Epperson the incumbent's open of the administration ng wartime. fEBRUABy. H E A n ilitary iccret ia your seI.i-t keep it! ^^^ LEGAL NOTICES ....... • %  .%  %  %  i • %  %  %  S %  • %  • II %  !.HKRKHY OtVBN. |>uri iltioui Nam Stat1111' indlvlded iBlnaaa unr TRi 'I'H'Ai, SH< -i' ..i to* Noi ih Miami i'ii Intend to • in the rrk of the Cl mty, Hi.riil* u.HEUT BROAD ~IK Hi'.' IAU iThta ...... ^^* JtwffS Stal pri%  %  nor 1 ive 1 II • • %  • ; % %  • %  i .'. %  : • • it. 1 ADVANTAGES of a IIMIE FEWStU MORTGAGE 1 TEMPLE ISRAEL PULPIT WILL BE OCCUPIED BY OHIO RABBI m % %  -. m V •LOW RATES • EASY PAYMENTS e LONG TIME TC PAY • PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With You* LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER SB SOO.000 F UAI>E FEIMIIUL p~>~~J of MIAMI N O I 1 lAil I. lit AYIMI JOStni *• UPTOW. PRESDETT J : Coi %  • %  %  N • n that the un• ncaaa in buat• '• %  ... urn* "f SHI I.I. *aid • : k ut the Florida, itiK •; AI>I.I:I: ItoNNl M' V N \ ^^^^^^^ \. • Ul bual%  v\ vv (AI.R M .:.. name %  • % %  : th< i 'ii Mi.t ida. HKK.M v\ .> I iAN. VN • thai "i •• N \ 1:1 • S T K V R N M MAX I .•; \N. I> KTR. > \ MIUI.BR IACR N K \1 vlll' tN KI.ANK %  -:i:w:\%  aid I ii..%  r.i STEVENS I SH HrBVKNB \ M 11.1. • VIIIJ -I HUNK M vie: IN i REHUNO. SAM LANK. v pplleanta HKIM VN .-.. .. ., I'l.i.'i.jM, %  a.iivi, row J ,i.„... %  ; : %  ;i Sun.. Feb. 27r. cial Gift Division S9 Auditorium, 8 pni Mon.. Feb. 21w. 22?" rican iLi Miami B2 l enter. u m r£1 Tuet.. Feb. 2S: Grn J Jewish Fi |i ration Wrlj Viaiori Cai I uns. LunaS ln ii-.n2l P m-:S n Lod R ,Ba insUUatu n of often m Wed.. March I: Greate. Fed.:..: B_I ,; '"i^nsDivSf eon,; Nai ,. Cnunoiji A %  : %  %  • %  .. Mens }• A-yjcuil he F YMHA. 1-3, : %  'ircle, Bra 632. regu •Mi-mbtnhipi 25 J n avenue II Thur.. March 2: Greatel Adraj Divia • Ri^yj does, I in. Fri.. March 3: Greatel Miami tam.s Men's I lunchi '. • nil ci Jew. Forum "Anti Semil m Beach V 10 p n Sun.. March 5: Beth | • ; .::•:. Card I 8 p m. Mon.. March S: Temfi| gular PI • NO" i APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 1IIKKKin CIVBN that vi. I i daj ..f a tax H %  owlnf .!•the I'ounty if f I : lO-Wll v • • I'ark •h.• I roperty u In ihf ;i i^ r*ihi ••• ihi%  !l IWANTMYI Eatab. It34 r. ttta ihf : VI v \ %  I V! 1. c And Be SUM %  FLORID] DAIRI! HOMOGENIZE I Vitamin "D" l "Milk ProducH' Dacro Protactrf TEL. 2-2ti Greater Miami W4 VUit Our Fara *\ C200 N. W. 32ad I w,///-*": %  %  ^chelor^^t; 0HAT9 MIAMTS MOST CONVO*^ LOCATB DOOTIAOl racin I %  • MM*" i*" NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAY FUST RACE 7:45 P. M. 7 A



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•BRUARY 25, 1944 +Jewish fkrUUan PAGE SEVEN GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation LOCAL BOYS OWE ird Oxenberg is visitI from St. Louis, Mo., I is attached to a med|t Jefferson barracks, to === __^ Barents, Mr. and Mrs. xnberg, 628 S. W. 17th GOLDWEBERS HAVE THREE CHILDREN NOW IN SERVICE Of The Jewish Welfare Board WK wy ^ WK SERVICE Help Us Keep %  Record of Our Men in Serrice f\ /*, w\ F\ r\ PAMDE! Cadet Jesse A. KimM Mr. and Mrs. Charles |l. i!31 Ninth street. Mill' was commissioned a (tenant when he jjraduritly from training at triny air field, N. M. Bertha Breskin. has lotted to first lieutencorps. A Miami WAC It Hreskin, who resides E 74th street, is serving it of the 739th WAC (quarters company at air field, Texas, and is ll, i of Mrs. Essie Bre. Aronson, son of Mr. J ( ;. Aronson, 1036 N. W. t was promoted to staff fat a Liberator base in I where he is a ground If. His brother, Joe D., f sergeant in the AAF. Wster, Theresa, is third officer in the WAVES. The Emanuel Goldwebers., of 1256 San Miguel avenue. Coral Gablees, have three children in the service and a daughter about to enter. Seymour, Ethel and Morton all are in the service, and Rita is awaiting her 17th birthday before entering the U. S. nurse corps. Seymour Goldweber, who is 26, is in the marine corps. He is a gunnery sergeant and is overseas. Ethel is now serving as a WAVE. With her enlistment in January, 1943, Ethel became tahe first WAVE from Florida to enlist that year. She is stationed in Milton, Fla., where an auxiliary base of the Pensacola naval air station is located. She is an aviation machinists' mate, third class. Morton is in the U. S. maritime service. He recently graduated from the radio school of the service and received his third class communications license. A. If. COMMITTEE ASKS PASSOVER MILTON WEISS CANDIDATE RE-ELECTION SCHOOL BOARD j those recently complet(line weeks pilot transiting course on four-enpator bombers at MaxAla., is 2nd Lieut. Courshon of 2837 Pine le, Miami Beach. Captain Anson I. Dreisen, field artillery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dreisen, 2469 Flamingo Place, has received the promotion to major in the base command headquarters and is now stationed somewhere in Iceland. J the returnees from |now being processed for sent in Miami Beach at forces redistribution \o. 2 is S/Sgt. Sidney of Miami, son of Mr. Harry Needelman, 226 Itl: avenue. Sgt. Sol Bernstein is spending a furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Bernstein on Miami Beach. Stanley Zalis. member of U. S. Navy, has been promoted to 2c Yoeman and has been transferred to Baltimore. Stanley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis of this city. Major Samuel Morgan, 35. of Omaha. Nebr., a member of the army dental corps, was killed in North Africa by bomb fragment. A graduate of Central high school and Creighton Dental college, he entered the service two years ago. Lt. Stanley K. Behrend. 23. of San Francisco, Calif., Liberator bombardier serving in the Middle Eastern theater, has earned the Air Medal and an Oak Leaf Cluster for his participation in the conquest of Sicily. Lieutenant Behrend has well over 200 hours of combat flying to his credit. This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," ArmyCommittee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida The Passover Holidays will commence on Friday night. April 7. The Army and Navy Committee in the past has provided Home Hospitality for the men and women in the Armed Forces in this area at every Jewish Holiday. This year will be no exception. This is an appeal to every Jewish family in the Greater Miami area to take men and women of the Armed Forces into their homos on the Sedarim Nights. Kindly telephone the number of guests you wish to the Jewish Welfare Board, 9-1323. the YMHA, 3-4012, or to YM & WHA, 5-6371. If you wish a committee will call on you to obtain your reservation for the holiday nights, but your cooperation in telephoning will be of great help to the committee. Greater Miami Jewry is noted for the splendid hospitality it has extended in the past to the men and women in the Armed Forces. I know you can be depended upon for the continuation of such hospitality for Passover. Most sincerely, SAM BLANK, Chairman, Army and Navy Committee. Milton Weiss, for the past four years a member of the Dade county board of public instruction, announced his candidacy for reelection from district No. 5. Weiss was elected to his first four-year term in 1940. and was the first Beach resident to serve on the board. Sgt. Charles Goldsmith. 28, of Philadelphia, Pa., has been reported missing in action in the Southwest Pacific area. Goldsmith was a gunner during a mission to bomb a Jap convoy which was trying to land troops on New Guinea. The convoy was successfully bombed, but the bomber was lost on its return trip. Goldsmith, who enlisted in the air corps 17 months ago, was a produce manager in a food market in private life. Pvt. Seymour Distelheim, 22, of Brooklyn, an infantryman serving with the 7th army in Italy, has been killed in action. The Purple Heart has been posthumously awarded him. JEWISH WAR VETS INSTALL OFFICERS The Jewish war veterans' Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, one of the first Jewish veteran organizations to be established in the south, will hold their installation of officers Monday evening, February 28, at 8:15 at Beth David auditorium. An elaborate program has been arranged honoring Nat Tare, outstanding veteran of both world wars. Tare enlisted in the first war when he was thirteen years old and received decorations in both wars. Judge George E. Holt, circuit judge, will be the main speaker and the Misses Shirley and Jerry Dietz, USO entertainers, will be on the program. A national J. W. V. official will install the 1944 orficers and those to serve the organization the ensuing year are: Abe S. Goldman, commander; Herman Ginsburg, senior vice commander; Edward Rosenthal, junior vice commander; Phil Levi, judge advocate: Dr. Sol Selevan, surgeon, George Schwartz, adjutant; Frank Kline, quartermaster; Rabbi Max Shapiro, chaplain; Milton Drucker. patriotic instructor; Max Samuels, officer of the day; and Abe Berman and Mortimer Frank, trustees. Veterans of World War II are invited to attend and commanders and officials of all veteran posts have been invited. T Sgt. William D. Nadler, 31, of Brooklyn, senior radio officer on a Flying Fortress based in England, lost his life in a raid over Germany. A graduate of Alexander Hamilton -high school and of Pace Institute, he was an accountant in. civilian life. RECEPTION HELD FOR RABBI Congregation B'nai Zion of Key West tendered a reception to Lazarus Lehrer upon the occasion of his sixth anniversary of service with the congregation. A large gathering was present and the establishment of a USO in Key West was also celebrated. abert H. Robbins, gradufiami Beach high school Jniversity of Florida, is at the army's Gardiner lospital in Chicago. Son Id Mrs. M. Robbins. 210 let, Miami Beach. Maj. vas assigned to the Gar}pital staff after assisting Eanization of the medical )n at the Stevens hotel was converted into an radio school. Lt. Morton Schoengold, 24. of Brooklyn, an infantry officer serving in Italy, is reported killed in action. In service a year and a half, he was with the Rangers in five major battles. He has been posthumously awarded the Purple Heart. R. B. CHASTAIN CANDIDATE FOR lerbert Levenson. 1201 lama avenue, Miami Ivanced in rating to Rsls' mate 3/c at the lining station, Sampson, Pvt. Herbert B. Starkman. 28, of New York City, who saved several comrades from drowning, has been awarded the Soldier's Medal. Caught in a strong undercurrent, the men were being carried out to sea, when Private Starkman, "with utter disregard for his own safety" went to their rescue and helped each of them to a raft. The incident occurred at Temara, Morocco, this summer. EJFF OF DADE COUNTY SOLICITS YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT AN EXPERIENCED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER Political Ad. raid for by Friends Serial No Address __ Street City State Date Birthplace City State In Occupation Marital Status..— Sntry Date price Discharged of Service _. Rank or Rating me of nearest kin )nship Address lation Transmitted by ... lone number WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. OEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIO. Vice-chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec. Executive Committee Mn. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman, Maurice Groeeman. Louia Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mr. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alexander F. Miller, at Roth, Fred Shochet, Milton Sirkin. Joteph Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach. Carl Welnkle. George Wolpert, Harry Zukerniek. PALM BE A CH NO TES MRS. MARY SCHREBNTCK. Re p ceaentcrtlve Wing This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of ABESS & COSTAR JACK C. JAYSON First National Bank Bldg. Drink COCA COLA Coca Cola Bottling Company of West Palm Beach Florida ALFAR. CREAMERY CO. r m fee Beat In Dairy Products WEST PALM BEACH MLVI cmrkM ICE cmrjiM Miami CARL'S MARKETS Miami Miami Beach COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. CROMER WHOLESALE 12 N. E. Third Street DIXIE SPORTSWEAR 2110 V. W. Miami Court FLXZIT SYSTEM 1114 N. E. 2nd Arenue WHOLESALE GROC. CO. 82 N. E. 26th Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Avenue DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS 114 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Arenue STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 149 N. E. 10th Street JOSEPH R. STEIN Miami. Florida WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB West Flagler Street at 37th Are. WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolfson Sidney Meyeer LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHED 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Ha. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 •€ %  Cat SOUTHERN DAIRIES l e i i l n y Palm Beach County, ia a t u t tn y the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Products asul loa Cream. AS lfEAH TO TOU AS YOUB PHONE : *! I



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PAGE EIGHT *Jeirincrktiar FRIDAY, FEBRUAR Y J Miami, Fla — Re::::.:: belie: thai development state ; .-.i.r:.'..."...:. ; the one cer:. ; :: way prosperity for all-Florida. State Sen Ernest R. G I Dade county today i the proposal or. whl peal for cratic candidate for governor in : %  :.-. Mai *• Pointing out that Florida I -•.nding to othei states S50.arrj ;o eatttssaoaa JOJ OOO'OOO made available, the farmer-dairy-. emphasized the fact that for :v person engaged in u agnculs for citj A veteran of w A %  : .. said th %  we %  L-.y ng the state's Gra %  -•' %  %  F in 1 %  %  %  for soluti ng post sch and industrial UCUWF-Y;th and chile! w Gartenberg i Schechter's GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL Cat.rmo < Gtntf r tli.tiv \\ MM 5i Wanlmrto Mr>''••"•' '"V" PHONE 5-6*17 B'NAI B'RITH NO -byMARX FEINBERG For p on will be discussed bv Dr. Stephen S. Wise Famous Jewish Leader of Sew York Father Florence Sullivan of Gesu Church, Miami Dr. R. Wiley Scott Vice-President of Ministerial Association of Greater Miami at a MA 55 MEE TING Monday, February 28th at 8:15 P. M. Miami Bayfront Park The Public is Cordially Invited No Solicitation of Funds |fy editor just called and gave me '.. new deadline on this coland although it was my wish 1 u-uld attend the meeting ht. which is Tuesday night. then report to you what pired, I will have to forego and report the week A quickie <>n the bond drive :i will end this month: The :.d sales have exceeded '0.000. Congratulations to and you and you. Total E hav< exceeded $400,which was our goal; Dade oi exceeded its quota as a whole has the top again. So are due credit for this • that no names will D( i. It is our wish ever} pr jeel of the lodge ill be as successful Wi at the blood bank n ..: prised at the The junior im< rce maintains y in the Florida offices in the [ngi Hiding, This office I from 9 tn 1:30 every day The technicians j I and the equipIt takes ap30 minues to give up. have a de, ffee and leave. • thing for the 4 your donation. tty and it's I way to relax Du recent successes in the has been much ixation in our war ;• to relax is premise of se'• is that the need ned effort is more than ever before. | that we are at. atain necessitate! production and more sacri; home front than in nse. the mood, anthe war effort i This coni black market and the j cost of hving. When i %  make a purchase ox an item' for which you are willing to pay > than normal, you lirectly increasing the price! ich you yourself purchasing every day. This elementary theory it is a truism i by the higher iry commodities. • • refuse to pay the and if necessary. that commodity. %  -uld necessarily at the normal price. The trouble is th-.. people are wiStogiS £ too many people ^.g* selves exceptions: and £' people are trying t a ,* do it This vicou p r& be abolished not bv i!21 but by communities If this situation get. otfffl no one will SU ff lr but ut J though you yourselves £1 higier prices for you/ n S You may ask. why thi outburst. The reason h'-l f m h^V rned U p 0Ver th e faei I had my fngidaire fiSI week and I paid more to S3 darn thing fixed than jtf me originally. It may a personal feeling, but j[ hon yo JL^i ,, not ** affected Don t forget installation ficers at Tempi, I-raeU-* will be sent out— and donTfJ also to call with news lte ? appear in this strip. i t s £ get all the news when if. Do you believe that' Would also like to hear functioning committees \ are you doing? And why ^GORDO FUNERAL 710 S. W. 12th AV. TEL. 3-3431: Moderate Costs Aiwa Within the Means oi I Individual Circumsta "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME"! • Worthy and Deserves I Your Full Support and Recommendation • SERVING MIAMI BEAC AND MIAMI • EXCLUSIVELY 24-HOU.R Ambulance Service Made From Fresh Orange* REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties '" ,0 ""> ,r, 1M4 '"formally. Map cf M imi Beach B. ~ BEFORE YOU BUT see LEON ELK1H with METROPOLITA| LIFE INS. CO. Not Beat Because Bli But— Biggest Because B. E. BRONSTON. R..hor ^Lincoln Ra p n 5.5(44 Miami. for REST | CONVALES .^CHRONICC RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. CILLER ,,* E A L T O R M48 Washington Avenue PHONE 5 5875 ^J$un-Rai]Po\ fHealthRes P /jL.V-y "• '* too u Buy War Bonds and Stamp* j Insure Your Tomorrow. O e L D S A R A T O G A INN Biscjync Boulc^rd • 77th St,.,! PHonc 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o Ciock Sandayi From Noon Uck'ai! lounge Fine Liquors *nH Winei '" BUS %  • %  DOWNTOWN MUM) o, t „ II MOM m" "*! OPEN EVERY DAY Ask Your Local Delicatesaea For the Beet H Coats No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN f Ufl*' KOSHER ZION| SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS OetMaea CerwaB B** Rkklee. CMkM ana ImtW *• %  *7th ana N.rmii Ave.


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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February 25, 1944

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 25, 1944

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
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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VOLUME 17-NUMBER 8
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
MASS MEETING MONDAY NIGHT, BAYFRONJ PARK
FEDERATION PLANS NEAR COMPLETION
FOR ANNUAL FUND DRIVE WHICH STARTS COMFEBEMGE IS TO!
Greater Miami residents are expected to fill Bayfront Park
Monday evening at 8:15 o'clock, when a community-wide mass
meeting will take place. Outstanding speakers will discuss the
j establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine, a subject
.ythat is receiving recognition
I throughout the country.
Arranged by the American Zi-
lonist Emergency Council, the
MARCH 19; PARTICIPANTS ARE LISTED! IN ATLANTA ONHsiili
ust. Rabbi Wise last week testi-
fied before the Foreign Affairs
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is getting into full
swing for the forthcoming 1944 United Appeal, which will open
on March 19th and continue through the remainder of the month.
The sixth annual campaign has a goal of 5189,095, tentative al-
1,nations having been made to
forty organizations, local, nation- Benjamin B. Goldman, cam-
1 and overseas. paign director; Joseph R. Stein,
' Hundreds of men and women ^easurer; Lt Col Elry Stone,
In tB area have volunteered ^ Mchwolta Cap
their services and are already ? "irscn Amcy, ., ana
i, B of their time in prepara- Chaplain Colman A. Zwitrnan.
tr for the drive The ex *gEtttt&lB#t
Ben toSLSL, fL StSTtiB Bernstein George"chertkof. Dr.
V,l\ riHi.nU take cognizance Frank Coret, Jack Dubinsky,
;fRathc manpo\ve? shoiSKe and Samuel N. Fried land Nathan
volunteer their services to insure g|n*. George GoWberg. Louis
. llnf th^ ramnaien Heiman, Benjamin N. Kane, Dr.
'"aSS incgi^Tcampaign Jacob H. Kaplan. Samuel Katz,
raKfjjf SbhCernasfTa,rd: t&tttlffiffBS.
SlndVr^mbe^S ^-SS- ? Albert E. Renth.l. Morton
Ln meetincs have been held Kussack, Mrs. Henry Seitlin.
oarm ptams and wo?kers with William D Singer. Harry S.rkin
the facts they will use as am- and Harry Zukernick. vice chair-
munition when the time comes men.
for them to commence their soli- Divisions and their co-chair-
citation. Unusual attention is men follow:
being paid this year to this pre- Initial Gift, Sam Blank and
campaign work because a 40 per Benjamin E. Bronston; Special
cent increase in the Federation's Gift, Stanley C. Myers and Carl
budget has confronted the Great- Weinkle; Advance Gift. Albert
er Miami Jewish community with Kahn and Max Orovitz, with
its greatest financial responsi- Herbert E. Scher, vice-chairmen;
bility Men's, Milton Friedman and Sol
Working closely with the War Goldstrom with George J. Bert-
Chest and with the Red Cross, man as vice chairman; Women s
Uaders of the 1944 United Ap- Mrs. Benjamin Meyers and Mrs.
peal have set the campaign dates Monte Selig; New Gift. David
in cooperation with these two Phillips and Monte Selig; Ar-
other fund-raising drives. It rangements, Mrs. Benjamin E.
also is a notable fact that many Bronston and Mrs. Joseph R.
of the same men and women are Stem; Office Volunteers, Mrs.
serving in important roles in all George Goldberg and Mrs. Meyer
tin ee campaigns. Schwartz; Publicity. Fred K.
Cooperating with Chairman Shochet; Speakers. Rabbi Max
Sher is the following campaign Shapiro and Rabbi Irving Lehr-
organization: man. ________________^
Federation Announces Agencies To
Participate in Funds of Campaign
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed- Vaas Leumi (for Palestine or-
e-ration has announced the names ganizations).
of the 40 agencies that have re- American defense agencies:
ceived allocations for funds to be American Jewish Congress. Jew-
raiaed in the 1944" forthcoming ish Labor committee, Joint De-
campaign, starting March .19. fense Appeal (including B'nai
Agencies which will share in B'rith anti-Defamation league
the funds to be raised have been and American Jewish committee),
divided into seven classifications. Conference on Jewish Relations.
These agencies, by groups, are as Educational institutions, semi-
follows, the list including Great- naries, religious schools and oth-
er Miami agencies: Army-navy ers: American Academy for Jew-
committee of Greater Miami, ish research. B'nai B'nth Wider
Greater Miami Jewish Federa- Scope committee. Dropsie college,
tion, Jewish Education associa- Histadruth Ivrith, Jewish Braille
bon, University of Miami Hillel institute, Jewish Chautauqua so-
[Foundation, Young Men's Hebrew ciety, National Farm school. Am-
[Association of Greater Miami, erican Yeshivah, Yiddish Scien-
Bfoung Men's and Women's He- tific institute.
Ibrew Association of Miami Beach. National hospitals and welfare
Overseas relief and rehabilita- institutions: Hebrew Orphans
Ition: American Ort Federation, home at Atlanta, Jewish Con-
Bebrew Sheltering and Immi- sumptives and ex-Patients Relief
rant Aid Society (HIAS), Jewish association at Los Angeles. Jew-
IT.-Iegraphic agency. United Jew- ish Consumptives Relief society
[ish Appeal (including the Joint at Denver. Leo N. Lcvi Memorial
Distribution committee. National hospital at Hot Springs National
Refugee Service and United Pal- Home for Jewish children at
fcstine Appeal.) Denver, National Jewish hospital
Palestine agencies: American at Denver,
friends of the Hebrew universi- National service agencies:
fy. American Fund for Palestine Council of Jewish Federations
Institutions, Hadassah, National and Welfare funds Jewish Occu-
-abor committee for Palestine, pational council. Jewish otatis-
ioneer Women's organization tical bureau. National Jewish
(including child rescue fund). Welfare board.__________________
New York. Announcement
lhat 50.000 Jewish men in the
Irmed services have joined the
Jewish War Veterans of the U. S.
M service members was made by
National Commander Archie H.
reenberg.
London (JTA)London news-
papers reported from Madrid that
several hundred Spanish-speak-
ing Jews from occupied Greece,
whose ancestors left Spain many
Senerations ago, have reached
pain in a cattle train.
"LEIHE1R" DAI
TO BE
11
The campaign activities of the
Women's division of the 1944
United Appeal of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation will be
launched at a "Leap-Year day"
luncheon to be held at the El
Comodoro hotel. 33 S. W. 2nd
avenue, at 12:30 p. m. Tuesday,
February 29. at a meeting of the
division captains.
Women's division co-chairmen,
Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Meyers, have extended per-
sonal invitations to twenty-five
captains to meet to discuss cam-
paign plans and to select team
workers. It is anticipated that a
minimum of 250 women will be
needed to cover all cards assigned
to the Women's division for soli-
citation.
Mrs. Selig is selecting captains
and workers who will canvass
subscribers living in Miami. Mrs.
Meyers is assuming responsibili-
ty for Miami Beach women.
The 1944 conference of the
Southeastern region. Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, will be held on March 18
and 19 at the Biltmore hotel in '
Atlanta, Ga., announced Donald
Oberdorfer, regional president.
Mr. Oberdorfer announces
among the appointment of the
conference program committee:
Clarence Elsas and Frank Garson.
Atlantaco-chairmen; Day Apte,
Tampa; Philip Coleman, Jackson- ,
ville; and Stanley C. Myers, Mi-
ami.
The southeastern region of the
council includes the states of Ala-
bama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia.
Louisiana, Mississippi. North
Carolina, South Carolina, and
Tennessee.
Officers of the region are:
Donald Oberdorfer. Atlanta,
president; Stanley C. Myers, Mi-
ami, first vice president; Isaac S.
Heller, New Orleans, second vice
president.
COMMITTEE FOR
SPEAKERS HOLDS
MEETING FEB. 21
The Speakers division of the
1944 United Appeal of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, under
the co-chairmanship of Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, held its first meeting
February 21 to draft its schedule
of speaking engagements for the
pre-campaign period. The plan
of the campaign was outlined by
Campaign Chairman Jacob Sher
and Campaign Director Benjamin
B. Goldman.
A committee of fifteen mem-
bers is primed to cover every
meeting of Jewish organizations
in Greater Miami to be held
within the next three weeks.
Speakers are prepared to address
meetings for 10 or 15 minutes on
campaign objectives and the pro-
grams of organizations supported
by this year's aAppeal.
Greater Miami Jewish organi-
zations have been invited by the
campaign leadership to obtain
speakers for their meetings by
calling the speakers division,
3-5411, at Federation's office.
FOR f
MEET THIS WEEK
NEW CLASSES NOW BEING
STARTED IN NURSE'S AIDE
On Sunday, Feb. 27. at 11 a.
Im., members of the Special Gift
j division will have their second
(pre-campaign meeting at the
Miami Beach Y, 1 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Similar sessions
I have been held by the Initial
I Gift division, and others are to
follow between now and March
, 19. At each meeting outstand-
ing speakers have stressed the
importance of current local needs
as well as the increasingly large
! reasons for contribution to the
assistance for refugees in this (
country, and overseas, as well as ,
supporting the United Palestine
Appeal.
Another feature event of the i
Federation's pre-campaign activi-
ty will be a dinner meeting
; given by the Advanced Gifts,
, division for captains and workers.
;The affair will take place at the1
El Comodoro hotel, 33 S. W.
Second avenue, starting at 6:30'
p. m. and will feature the well'
| known orator, Abram L. Sachar. [
I national director of the Hillel j
j Foundation on Thursday, Mar. 2. .
The Advanced Gifts division is I
I co-chairmaned by Albert Kahn
and Max Orovitz, with Herbert
Scher as vice chairman.
Cards of prospects, rated for
this division, will be given to the |
teams at this meeting for a pre-
1 drive solicitation.
DR. STEPHEN S. WISE
Committee of Congress, where
the Wagner-Taft and Compton-
Wright resolutions are under
consideration. The resolutions
call for "the full opportunity of
the Jewish people to restricted
Palestine as a free and open Jew-
ish Commonwealth."
Legislatures and city govern-
ment bodies all over the country
are passing resolutions support-
ing and endorsing these measures
and last week the Miami City
Commission and the City Council
of Miami Beach followed suit.
Among others scheduled to ad-
[ dress the audience are Father
Florence Sullivan of Gesu Cath-
olic Church, and Dr. R. Wiley
; Scott of the Ministerial Associa-
I tion of Greater Miami.
The public is urged to attend
and there will be no solicitation
of funds. State and local offi-
cialdom will be present on the
dias and military heads are ex-
pected to be present.
GERMANY SELLS PRINTING
TYPE TO FOREIGN FIRMS
New classes are starting in
nurse's aide work at the St.
Francis hospital, Miami Beach,
and Jackson Memorial hospital,
Miami, on Friday, February 25,
at 7:30 p. m. All those who are
interested in joining either of
these two classes should report
at headquarters of the American
Red Cross, 507 N. E. First avenue,
between 2 and 4 p. m. any after-
noon for a personal interview.
There is a great need for nurse's
aides at this time, officials stated.
Bern (JTA)The German au-
thorities are now selling to Swiss
printing firms many fonts of Jew-
ish type which they confiscated I
in Warsaw, Vilna and other cities
in Poland famous for their Jew-
ish printing plants. A Swiss print
shop which received an order for
the publication of Jewish prayer
books, which are difficult to se-
cure in Europe bought type in
Berlin, which arrived in a very
few days.
TO OBSERVE RED
CROSS SABBATH
FEBRUARY 2S-ZG
Setting the spiritual tone of
the 1944 Red Cross war fund
campaign which opens March 1,
synagogues and temples through-
out the nation will observe Red
Cross Sabbath February 25-26.
The fund-raising campaign, of
which the goal is $200,000,000
will continue throughout the
month of March.
Observance of Red Cross Sab-
bath comes in answer to a plea
from Dr. Israel Goldstein, presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council
of America, and Red Cross Chair-
man Norman H. Davis, addressed
to Jewish religious leaders from
coast to coast. This is the second
successive year of its observance.
"The Jewish people of America
have always responded loyally
and generously to our Red Cross
appeal," he wrote. "Now, as our
1944 war fund appeal approaches,
we confidently count on the con-
tinuance of this response."
It is not only a duty, but a
patriotic necessity that you vote.
Are you registered? If not, don't
delay. Do it now.
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ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
BETH DAVID
EASTERN STAR
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 m.
Dr. Abram L. Sachsr will f
ture the evening's Dr-e-an, J*"
uled for the insta KG? $*
f.cers of Sholom I^Vl*
Brith and Auxiliary Dr sfj*
well known orator u r,at10?*
rector of the Hillel foundtt "
The affair will uk,. JUg**
Temple Israel on Tuesdwl*?
run*. February 29 EntertLT
ment will be pre:- j inj*"
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SCHAAREI ZEDEK
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Brotherhood week vil] k. ,*_
served by theSpinoza f ,rum wu
a lecture on Br hv .'
William H. McMaiter tSfaS
urday afternoon at 1 clock. i
der the canopy, on the lawn of thl
home of Dr A Wolf*.
11th street, between Collini av
nue and Ocean drive M-i-
Beach. Tuesday evening rC
Morris Sen nee r Yotk.
will give the sixth lecture in t
s on the "Ar .. ,
Living."
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WORKMEN'S CffiCLE
II r. ;ces for the late
Mendel M Levin* who passed
jrear will be held by
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at 8 30 at
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The Miami Beach.
of its officers, direct | -at.
bers will participa- j^j.
front mass meeti.-.g -^pportai
the house and .solutwrn
which urge Ere
Jewish immigrav Pife,
tine.
A delegation fron Beaci:
district met with reOT.
atives to hear r. fn
Ezra Shapiro on itepa I be takes
in furtherance of '.:. 7a.'*.-Wai-
ner resolution in '..-. -rate, and
Compton-Wnght -.: 0f
the house.
M B. IEW1SH CENTER
A card and Mar. J ngg party
will be sponsorc-d I y the Sa*
hood of Miami Bea r. Jewufc
Center Wednesday evening
March 1 The affair will be held
at the Center. 1419 Euclid ave-
nue. Miami Beach.
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PAGE THREE

. jWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW^W I i i u-u-u-ji. .1 .
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
WEDDINGS
Miss Sylvia Lyons of Hages-
town, Maryland, is visiting her
;iUnt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Adelman.
Charles Adelman of Savannah
is visiting with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Adelman.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hollander
are visiting with Mrs. Moses Pal-
lot. 136 N. W. 15th avenue.
Herman Kreizvogel, prominent
attorney of New York City is
vacationing with his brother-in-
|aw and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Harry
Cohen, Bonnie apartments, Mi-
ami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Nordin.
r>441 Alton road, were" hosts at
; buffet dinner and social to their
many friends of Beth Sholom
Center. The occasion was in
celebration of their wedding an-
niversary. Mr. Nordin is vice
president of the Center and Mrs.
Nordin an officer of the ladies'
auxiliary.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein
were honored at a dinner party
given last Tuesday evening by
heir friend, Abram Maiman, as-
sisted by Jacob Barbel. at
Fassa'a Morocco, in honor of
Mrs Rosenstein's birthday. The
linner was followed by a social
gathering at the Rosenstein home,
505 12th street.
Lt. (sg) Max Pepper is at pres-
ent spending a furlough with his
family before returning overseas.
Rabbi Nachum Tversky, well-
known as the Loyever-Miropolier
grand rabbi, now of Chelsea, '
Mass., Will speak at Shalosh
Seudoi and conduct a Melaveh
Malkeh this Saturday afternoon
and night at the Beth Jacob:
synagogue, Miami Beach. His
many friends are invited to come. '
The marriage of Miss Joyce
Oren, daughter of Mr. and*Mrs.
Joseph Oren, 1813 S. W. 21st
street, to Leslie Baker took place
in Temple Israel, Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan officiating Sunday after-
noon. Attendants included Miss
Lillian Rubin, Mrs. Stanley Segal,
matron of honor, and Miss Mari-
lyn Tunick, bridesmaid, the Miss-
es Ruby Boniske and Barbara
Koven, bridesmaids.
Irving Baker was his brother's
best man.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry
Zorach Sands will take place
Sunday afternoon, February 27th,
at 4 o'clock in the Jewish section
of Woodlawn Park cemetery,
with Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth
David congregation, officiating.
Arrangements are in charge of
Sidney H. Palmer of the Palmer
Monument company. Friends of
the family are asked to attend.
The unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late* Godel
Osher Rosenkrants took place
Wednesday, February 23rd. at 3
p. m.. in the Jewish section of
Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi
Max Shapiro of Beth David con-
Thc marriage of Marilyn
Breckstein, daughter of Mrs.
Zelda Breckstein, 1681 S. W. 18th
street to Allan Signer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Signer of St. Pe-
tersburg, Florida, was an event of
February 13. Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiated at the ceremony and
the bride was given in marriage
by her grandfather, M. Breck-
stein of Washington. Other at-
tendants included Miss Muriel
Gerstein. maid of honor and Nat
Pa I in. best man. A wedding din-
ner and reception followed. Out
of town guests included Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Signer and Mrs. A.
Reisman, St. Petersburg, Fla.;
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldstein and
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cohen.
Charleston. West Virginia; Mrs.
Charles Levy and Mrs. I. Signer
of New York City; Mrs. Lawrence
Weiss and Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Gelber, Perth Amboy, N. J.
The couple are residing at 1146
S. W. 22nd Terrace.
grcgation officiated. Arrange-
I ments were under the direction of
I Sidney H. Palmer of the Palmer
SOCIAL
Monument company.
Madeline Ellis Paetro, daughter
if Mrs. Hannah Ellis and the late
Dr. Max Ellis, will graduate from
the University of Miami, Febru-
ary 25. She will receive a
bachelor of science degree in edu-
cation.
BRITH
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff
gave a dinner party in honor of
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Goldberg,
ivho is visiting from the north.
The guests present were Mr. and
Mrs. Chenko, Mrs. Kenesky, Mrs.
Louise Spaniel, Mrs. Kavner and
Miss Pattie Rogoff.
MONKEY
JUN GLE
Where Humans are Caged
and Monkeya Run Wild
22 Mile* South of Miami
Of> U- S. 1 Open Daily
On Wednesday. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiated at the Brith
Milan of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Knobel. 2155 S. W. 5th
street, at the University hospital,
and of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Rosenthal, 1405 Euclid
avenue, at the St. Francis hos-
pital.
BAR MITZVAH_
Bar Mitzvah of Edward Pont,
son of Mrs. S. Pont, will take
place at services at Beth David
Congregation Saturday morning-
The boy will address the worship-
pers and Rabbi Max Shapiro will
respond.
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Mrs. Jean Seitlin and daughter
Shirley entertained at a dinner
and bridge party Sunday at their
home 2621 Lincoln avenue in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. David
Weiss of New York City. The
celebration was in commemora-
tion of the Weiss' thirtieth wed-
ding anniversary. Mrs. Weiss is
Mrs. Seitlin's sister. Guests pres-
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adel-
man, Mrs. Bessie C. Rudolph of
Syracuse, N. Y., Mrs. Hy Cover-
man, Mrs. Harry Growman. Miss
Libby Corlin, Miss Norma Haas.
Miss Thelma Kronenfeld. Miss
Evelyn Blauglass, Miss Jeanette
Cohen, Miss Sylvia Weiss. Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Levinson. Petty
Officer and Mrs. Jesse Wasscr-
man. Lt. Marshall E. Deutsch, and
Lt. Alex Weissberg, the latter two
from New York Ci'y and are now
stationed in Boca Raton.
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Everyone Must Register this
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FARM WORK
CREATES
CITY JOBS
Every person In farm work
creates Jobs for two others,
such as grocery clerks, sten-
ographers, barbers, salesmen,
etc. Thus 50,000 on farms,
which Is easily feasible,
means Jobs for another 100,-
000. This man has PROVEN
he knows how to CREATE
WORK.
ELECT ERNEST R.
GRAHAM
The ALL-FLORIDA
GOVERNOR
rale Pelltlel Adv.
JOSEPH MILLER
Joseph Miller. 79. died sudden-
ly at his home. 360 Meridian ave-
nue, last week. A resident here
for about eight years. Miller came
from Akron. O. He is survived
by one daughter. Miss Hilda Mil-
ler, and three sons, Irving J. Mil-
ler of Miami, Bert Miller of Chi-
cago and Herman Miller of Ak-
ron. O. Funeral services were
held at Riverside Memorial
chapel, with Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff officiating. Mr. Miller
was a member of Beth Jacob
congregation and the Chevra
Kadisha.
Y Bulletin
The second issue of the Y Bul-
letin is going to press and will be
sent to you shortly. We are mak-
ing every effort to make this
publication one of interest to the
entire membership. For that rea-
son we urge each and everyone
of you to contact Mr. Grossman
at the Y (3-4012) or yours truly
(9-2751) and give us your news
items and suggestions for this
publication. We hope you like
this issue.
Picnic
The Y youth groups held an
all day picnic last Sunday at
Greynolds park. Miss Miriam
Levine, our youth director, and
Miss Bess Sebulsky, our field
director, sponsored the affair.
(Miss Sebulsky is a senior stu-
dent at the school of social ad-
ministration of Ohio State uni-
versity and is doing her field
work here.) All who attended
had a wonderful time and ex-
tend thanks to Phil Berkowitz
and Nathan Adelman for their
generosity in providing trucks
for transportation. Incidentally,
these two gentlemen have always
cooperated in the past by provid-
ing transportation for all organi-
zations in this community and
are to be commended.
New Scout Master
Michael Schnitzer, Esq.. who
formerly practiced law in Jersey
City, N. J., and was recently dis-
charged from the military service,
is the new scout master of the
Scout troop at the Y. From what
I have heard about Mr. Schnitzer.
he has an excellent background
for this type of work and will
no doubt be an asset to the Y.
Welcome to our community. Mr.
Schnitzer.
General MeetingBain
The general meeting held last
Wednesday evening at the Y
lived up to expectations. Many
of the general membership at-
tended and offered their sugges-
tions and criticisms. These sug-
gestions and criticisms will be
taken into consideration by our
board of directors and will benefit
the Y in many ways. As usual.
Leslie Balogh Bain, columnist
and radio commentator, gave B
good talk on "Anti-Semitism in
the Future." Mr. Bain has given
considerable study to his subject
and has definite ideas on the post
war situation.
Public Forums
Alexander Miller, director of
the Anti-Defamation league in
Miami, will be moderator at the
public forums to be held at the
Y on the evenings of March 1st
and March 8th. at 8:15 o'clock.
The topic of discussion for the
forum to be held on March 1st is
"Evolution of Anti-Semitism."
and the topic of discussion for
the forum to be held on March
8th is "Anti-Semitism in Am-
] erica." Mr. Miller's position with
the Anti-Defamation league, to-
gether with his years of research,
make him eminently qualified to
serve on these programs. We
are fortunate to have him with
us and feel that the forums will
be enlightening to everyone who
attends.
Federation Campaign
The sixth annual campaign ef
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation will officially open on Sun-
day, March 19. Not only should
we work in and contribute to the
federation campaign merely be-
cause we are members of the
Jewish community, but we should
give our time, money and effort
to this drive as Y members, as the
Y is one of the local agencies in
the campaign and will benefit
materially from the drive. The
progress of the Y during the com-
ing year will depend largely upon
the success of this drive.
Welcome Back
Milt Klein, charter member of
the Y, who spent the past 15
months in Denver, Colorado, has
returned to Miami to live perma-
nently. He says he'll soon be-
come active at the Y again. Wel-
come home to you, Mrs. Klein
and the three little Kleins. Milt.
CONSTABLE R. B. CHASTAIN
ANNOUNCES FOR SHERIFF
Constable R. B. Chastain of
District 1 has announced he would
seek to succeed Sheriff D. C.
Coleman, who will step down
next spring to become state sen-
ator for this district.
Chastain. who was elected con-
stable in 1932 and re-elected in
1936 and 1940. was the first can-
didate to make a formal an-
nouncement in the sheriff's race.
His long experience as a Dade
county law enforcement officer
particularly qualify him for the
job of sheriff. Chastain asserted
in making his announcement.
HEADACHE 1
IS UCH A
BIG
LITTLE THING
BARTON NADLER
Services were held Sunday at
Riverside Memorial chapel, fol-
lowed by burial in Mount Nebo
cemetery for Barton Nadler.
three-and-a-half-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nadler, 744
Lenox avenue, Miami Beach, who
died Friday morning in a local
hospital.
DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL TO
ERECT BEACH CLUB HOUSE
ALL SET for a good full day's
work when a nagging head-,
ache sneaks up on yon. You suffer
and to does your work.
Ready for an evening of relax-
ation and enjoymenta peaky
headache interferes with your fun,
rest, enjoyment or relaxation.
DR. MILES
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DRINK PLENTY OF
Water
A special meeting of promi-
nent people in this area is being
called for this Saturday at 8:30
p. m. at the George Washington
hotel by the Daughters of Israel.
A building permit has already
been obtained for the erection of
a women's club building which
will house a ritual pool (Mikvah)
at 151 Michigan avenue. Miami
Beach. Actual building will
commence this coming week.
Final approval of the architect's
plans will take place at this Sat-
urday's meeting which is called
by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. hon-
orary president, and the pro-
prietors of the George Washing-
ton hotel. Messrs. Schechter and
Gartenberg.
DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME
6CALL0N BOTTLE .....fit
CASE OF SIX s
TABLE BOTTLES.......7!
Plus Botllf Deposit
PHONE 2-4128
Anti-Pain Pills
usually relieve not only Head-
ache, but Simple Neuralgia, Mus-
cular Pains and Functional
Monthly Pains.
Do you use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain
Pills? If not why not? You can
get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at
your drug store in the regular
package for only a penny apiece
and in the economy package even
cheaper. Why not get a package
today? Your druggist has them.
Read directions and use only as
directed. Your money back if you
are not satisfied.
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
MUSA ISLE
INDIAN VILLAGE
1700 N. W. 25th Avenue
Alligator Wrestling, AlllKator
Farm, Museum, Winning
W>ll, Curio Shop
Take Bua No. 15 or Yacht
Seminole Qunn
ARTHUR SINGER
Certified Public Accountant
has now established offices at
204 ALBION BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
311 Lincoln Road
Phone 58-1914
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FEBRUARY 25, 1944
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DRY THE TEARS!
Tears will not bring back the dead.
Tears will not rescue the living. Dry the
tears. Not your tears, but your dollars are
needed to help the remnant of the Jewish
population which faces annihilation in
Hitler's "Fortress Europe." Not your
tears, but your dollars are needed to re-
habilitate the lives of those who have al-
ready been liberated from oppression, to
build and preserve the Jewish homeland
in Palestine, to help the refugees to
strengthen our communal structure at
home, to provide for the boys in the armed
services.
The veil of tragedy is slowly lifting
after eleven years of incredible travail for
the Jews of Europe. Victory is almost
within our grasp. Tears for the dead will
not prepare us for the greater tasks of
liberation and deliverance. Our dollars
are needed to rebuild the lives of those who
have won the freedom to be helped. More
dollars are needed to meet the greater
obligations on the Jewish rescue front.
Through your gift to the 1944 United
Appeal, you will make it possible for our
Greater Miami Jewish Federation to sup-
port the relief and rehabilitative work of
the Joint Distribution Committee, the
United Palestine Appeal, the National
Refugee Service, and other overseas
agencies.
1. Through the Joint Distribution Committee, relief.
rehabilitation and emigration assistance is being
extended to refugees in Allied and neutral countries
throughout the world.
2. Through the United Pales-
tine Appeal, homeless Jews
are settled in Palestine and aid
is given for the fullest mobiliza-
tion for the war effort
3. Through the National Refugee Service, new-
comers in the United States are given opportuni-
ties for adjustment and refugee children are helped
to begin new lives in freedom.
1944 UNITED APPEAL
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
1008 CONGRESS BUILDING TELEPHONE 3-5411
Opening. YHomA 19th SmoUk niiami Witt tiaUe. $189,095
THIS PAGE MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE COOPERATION OF THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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PAGE SEVEN
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
LOCAL BOYS
OWE
ird Oxenberg is visit-
I from St. Louis, Mo.,
I is attached to a med-
|t Jefferson barracks, to ===__^__________
Barents, Mr. and Mrs. '--------------
xnberg, 628 S. W. 17th GOLDWEBERS HAVE THREE
____ CHILDREN NOW IN SERVICE
Of The Jewish Welfare Board
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SERVICE
Help Us Keep Record of Our Men in Serrice
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PAMDE!
- Cadet Jesse A. Kim-
M Mr. and Mrs. Charles
|l. i!31 Ninth street. Mi-
ll' was commissioned a
(tenant when he jjradu-
ritly from training at
triny air field, N. M.
Bertha Breskin. has
lotted to first lieuten-
corps. A Miami WAC
It Hreskin, who resides
E 74th street, is serving
it of the 739th WAC
(quarters company at
_ air field, Texas, and is
ll, i of Mrs. Essie Bre-
. Aronson, son of Mr.
J (;. Aronson, 1036 N. W.
t was promoted to staff
fat a Liberator base in
I where he is a ground
If. His brother, Joe D.,
f sergeant in the AAF.
Wster, Theresa, is third
officer in the WAVES.
The Emanuel Goldwebers., of
1256 San Miguel avenue. Coral
Gablees, have three children in
the service and a daughter about
to enter. Seymour, Ethel and
Morton all are in the service, and
Rita is awaiting her 17th birth-
day before entering the U. S.
nurse corps. Seymour Goldweber,
who is 26, is in the marine corps.
He is a gunnery sergeant and is
overseas. Ethel is now serving
as a WAVE. With her enlistment
in January, 1943, Ethel became
tahe first WAVE from Florida to
enlist that year. She is stationed
in Milton, Fla., where an auxil-
iary base of the Pensacola naval
air station is located. She is an
aviation machinists' mate, third
class. Morton is in the U. S.
maritime service. He recently
graduated from the radio school
of the service and received his
third class communications li-
cense.
A. If. COMMITTEE
ASKS PASSOVER
MILTON WEISS CANDIDATE
RE-ELECTION SCHOOL BOARD
j those recently complet-
(line weeks pilot transi-
ting course on four-en-
pator bombers at Max-
Ala., is 2nd Lieut.
Courshon of 2837 Pine
le, Miami Beach.
Captain Anson I. Dreisen, field
artillery, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Dreisen, 2469 Flamingo
Place, has received the promo-
tion to major in the base com-
mand headquarters and is now
stationed somewhere in Iceland.
J the returnees from
|now being processed for
sent in Miami Beach at
forces redistribution
\o. 2 is S/Sgt. Sidney
of Miami, son of Mr.
Harry Needelman, 226
Itl: avenue.
Sgt. Sol Bernstein is spending
a furlough with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Jules Bernstein on Mi-
ami Beach.
Stanley Zalis. member of U. S.
Navy, has been promoted to 2c
Yoeman and has been transferred
to Baltimore. Stanley is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis of this
city.
Major Samuel Morgan, 35. of
Omaha. Nebr., a member of the
army dental corps, was killed in
North Africa by bomb fragment.
A graduate of Central high school
and Creighton Dental college, he
entered the service two years
ago. ______
Lt. Stanley K. Behrend. 23. of
San Francisco, Calif., Liberator
bombardier serving in the Middle
Eastern theater, has earned the
Air Medal and an Oak Leaf
Cluster for his participation in
the conquest of Sicily. Lieuten-
ant Behrend has well over 200
hours of combat flying to his
credit.___________________
This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
The Passover Holidays will
commence on Friday night. April
7. The Army and Navy Commit-
tee in the past has provided
Home Hospitality for the men
and women in the Armed Forces
in this area at every Jewish Holi-
day. This year will be no ex-
ception.
This is an appeal to every Jew-
ish family in the Greater Miami
area to take men and women of
the Armed Forces into their
homos on the Sedarim Nights.
Kindly telephone the number of
guests you wish to the Jewish
Welfare Board, 9-1323. the
YMHA, 3-4012, or to YM & WHA,
5-6371. If you wish a commit-
tee will call on you to obtain
your reservation for the holiday
nights, but your cooperation in
telephoning will be of great help
to the committee.
Greater Miami Jewry is noted
for the splendid hospitality it
has extended in the past to the
men and women in the Armed
Forces. I know you can be de-
pended upon for the continuation
of such hospitality for Passover.
Most sincerely,
SAM BLANK,
Chairman, Army and Navy
Committee.
Milton Weiss, for the past four
years a member of the Dade
county board of public instruc-
tion, announced his candidacy for
reelection from district No. 5.
Weiss was elected to his first
four-year term in 1940. and was
the first Beach resident to serve
on the board.
Sgt. Charles Goldsmith. 28, of
Philadelphia, Pa., has been re-
ported missing in action in the
Southwest Pacific area. Gold-
smith was a gunner during a mis-
sion to bomb a Jap convoy which
was trying to land troops on New
Guinea. The convoy was suc-
cessfully bombed, but the bomber
was lost on its return trip. Gold-
smith, who enlisted in the air
corps 17 months ago, was a pro-
duce manager in a food market in
private life.
Pvt. Seymour Distelheim, 22, of
Brooklyn, an infantryman serv-
ing with the 7th army in Italy,
has been killed in action. The
Purple Heart has been posthu-
mously awarded him.
JEWISH WAR VETS
INSTALL OFFICERS
The Jewish war veterans'
Freda Markowitz Post No. 174,
one of the first Jewish veteran
organizations to be established in
the south, will hold their installa-
tion of officers Monday evening,
February 28, at 8:15 at Beth Da-
vid auditorium.
An elaborate program has been
arranged honoring Nat Tare, out-
standing veteran of both world
wars. Tare enlisted in the first
war when he was thirteen years
old and received decorations in
both wars. Judge George E.
Holt, circuit judge, will be the
main speaker and the Misses
Shirley and Jerry Dietz, USO en-
tertainers, will be on the pro-
gram.
A national J. W. V. official will
install the 1944 orficers and those
to serve the organization the en-
suing year are: Abe S. Goldman,
commander; Herman Ginsburg,
senior vice commander; Edward
Rosenthal, junior vice command-
er; Phil Levi, judge advocate:
Dr. Sol Selevan, surgeon, George
Schwartz, adjutant; Frank Kline,
quartermaster; Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, chaplain; Milton Drucker.
patriotic instructor; Max Sam-
uels, officer of the day; and Abe
Berman and Mortimer Frank,
trustees.
Veterans of World War II are
invited to attend and command-
ers and officials of all veteran
posts have been invited.
T Sgt. William D. Nadler,
31, of Brooklyn, senior radio of-
ficer on a Flying Fortress based
in England, lost his life in a
raid over Germany. A graduate
of Alexander Hamilton -high
school and of Pace Institute, he
was an accountant in. civilian
life.
RECEPTION HELD FOR RABBI
Congregation B'nai Zion of
Key West tendered a reception
to Lazarus Lehrer upon the oc-
casion of his sixth anniversary
of service with the congregation.
A large gathering was present
and the establishment of a USO
in Key West was also celebrated.
abert H. Robbins, gradu-
fiami Beach high school
Jniversity of Florida, is
at the army's Gardiner
lospital in Chicago. Son
Id Mrs. M. Robbins. 210
let, Miami Beach. Maj.
vas assigned to the Gar-
}pital staff after assisting
Eanization of the medical
)n at the Stevens hotel
was converted into an
radio school.
Lt. Morton Schoengold, 24. of
Brooklyn, an infantry officer
serving in Italy, is reported kill-
ed in action. In service a year
and a half, he was with the
Rangers in five major battles. He
has been posthumously awarded
the Purple Heart.
R. B. CHASTAIN
CANDIDATE FOR
lerbert Levenson. 1201
lama avenue, Miami
Ivanced in rating to
Rsls' mate 3/c at the
lining station, Sampson,
Pvt. Herbert B. Starkman.
28, of New York City, who sav-
ed several comrades from drown-
ing, has been awarded the Sol-
dier's Medal. Caught in a strong
undercurrent, the men were being
carried out to sea, when Private
Starkman, "with utter disregard
for his own safety" went to
their rescue and helped each of
them to a raft. The incident oc-
curred at Temara, Morocco, this
summer.
EJFF
OF DADE COUNTY
SOLICITS YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
AN EXPERIENCED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
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WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. OEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIO. Vice-chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec.
Executive Committee
Mn. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman,
Maurice Groeeman. Louia Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mr. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitz. Alex-
ander F. Miller, at Roth, Fred
Shochet, Milton Sirkin. Joteph
Stein. Mrs. Herman Wallach. Carl
Welnkle. George Wolpert, Harry
Zukerniek.
PALM BE A CH NO TES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNTCK. Repceaentcrtlve
Wing This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Through
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY J
Miami, Fla Re::::.::
belie: thai development
state ; .-.i.r:.'..."...:. ;
the one cer:.;:: way
prosperity for all-Florida. State
Sen Ernest R. G I Dade
county today i the pro-
posal or. whl
peal for -
cratic candidate for governor in
::.-. Mai *
Pointing out that Florida I
-.nding to othei states S50.-
arrj ;o eatttssaoaa joj OOO'OOO
made available, the farmer-dairy-
-. emphasized the fact that for
:v person engaged in
u agncul- s for
citj
A veteran of w
A :
.. said th
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we

L-.y ng the state's
Gra -''
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for soluti
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-by-
MARX FEINBERG
For
p on
will be discussed bv
Dr. Stephen S. Wise
Famous Jewish Leader of Sew York
Father Florence Sullivan
of Gesu Church, Miami
Dr. R. Wiley Scott
Vice-President of Ministerial Association
of Greater Miami
at a
MA 55 MEE TING
Monday, February 28th
at 8:15 P. M.
Miami Bayfront Park
The Public is Cordially Invited
No Solicitation of Funds
|fy editor just called and gave
me '.. new deadline on this col-
and although it was my wish
1 u-uld attend the meeting
ht. which is Tuesday night.
then report to you what
pired, I will have to forego
and report the
week
A quickie <>n the bond drive
:i will end this month: The
:.d sales have exceeded
'0.000. Congratulations to
. and you and you. Total E
hav< exceeded $400,-
which was our goal; Dade
oi exceeded its quota
as a whole has
the top again. So
. are due credit for this
that no names will
D( i. It is our wish
ever} pr jeel of the lodge
ill be as successful
Wi at the blood bank
n ..: prised at the
The junior
im< rce maintains
y in the Florida
offices in the
[ngi Hiding, This office I
from 9 tn 1:30 every day
The technicians j
I and the equip-
It takes ap-
30 minues to give
" up. have a de- ,
ffee and leave.
thing for the 4
your donation. '
tty and it's
I way to relax ,
Du recent successes in the
has been much
ixation in our war
; to relax is
premise of se- '
is that the need
ned effort is more
than ever before. |
that we are at-
. atain necessitate!
production and more sacri-;
home front than in
nse.
the mood, an-
the war effort
i This con- i
black market and the j
cost of hving. When i
make a purchase ox an item'
for which you are willing to pay >
than normal, you
lirectly increasing the price!
ich you yourself
purchasing every day. This
elementary theory
it is a truism
i by the higher
iry commodities.
refuse to pay the
and if necessary. '
that commodity.
-uld necessarily
at the normal price.
The trouble is th-.. .
people are wiStogiS
too many people ^.g*
selves exceptions: and '
people are trying t"a,*
do it This vicou pr&
be abolished not bv i!21
but by communities
If this situation get. otfffl
no one will SUfflr butut J
though you yourselves 1
higier prices for you/nS
You may ask. why thi
outburst. The reason h'-l
fmh^Vrned U,p 0Ver the faei
I had my fngidaire fiSI
week and I paid more to S3
darn thing fixed than jtf
me originally. It may ,
a personal feeling, but j[ hon
yoJL^i,,,not ** affected
Don t forget installation
ficers at Tempi, I-raeU-*
will be sent outand donTfJ
also to call with news lte?
appear in this strip. it's
get all the news when if.
Do you believe that'
Would also like to hear
functioning committees \
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