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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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VOLUME 18NUMBER 1
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
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ISTOPS CONFLICTS
BETWEEN BODIES
New York (WNS)Elimination
of conflict between national and
local defense agencies has been
achieved by the unanimous adop-
tion of a resolution by the execu-
tive committee of the National
Community Relations Advisory
Council at its recent meeting in
New York. The resoultion pro-
vides that national agencies "will
not without the approval and
consent" of local civic protective
agencies, "undertake any activi-
ty which, in the opinion of the
local organization, duplicates or
conflicts with the local organiza-
tion activities, or which such local
organization opposes."
Long a question on which there
have been considerable differ,
ences of opinion between national
and local civic protective agencies
the adoption of the resolution
was hailed by members of the
executive committee of the
NCRAC as a great step forward
in Jewish civic protective activi-
ties in the United States.
"The resolution," said David
Slier, chairman of the NCRAC.
is significant because it Rives
practical assurance to the Amer-
ican Jewish community that the
national and local civic protec-
tive agencies recognize the abso-
lute necessity for coordination of
activities through an agency such
as the National Community Re-
lations Advisory Council. In pro-
viding that in disputes between
local and national organizations
'such difficulties should be sub-
mitted to the NCRAC for final
determination,' the six national
and eighteen local agencies of
the NCRAC have set up a su-
preme authority for coordination
of activities that will prevent
duplication of efforts.
The membership of the NCRAC
is composed of six national
agenciesthe American Jewish
Committee, the American Jewish
Congress, the B'nai B'rith of
AUSTRALIAN JEWS TO
ASK FOR IMMIGRATION
Melbourne, Australia (JTA)
Jewish leaders in Australia this
week indicated that there is no
prospect that the government will
reconsider its rejection of the
scheme to establish a Jewish set-
tlement in Kimberly.
The Executive Council of Aus-
tralian Jews, therefore, decided
to submit to the government a
memorandum asking for ordinary
immigration of Jews along the
same lines as the immigration of
other people from European coun-
tries. The memorandum will em-
phasize the fact that Australia
has benefited from past immi-
gration and that future Jewish
immigrants will produce satis-
factory citizens.
FRENCH JEWS ARE
STILL IN SLAVERY
Paris (JTA)Some of the Jews
deported from France are still
alive but forced to labor under
frightful conditions in one of
Germany"s worst labor camps at
Blechammer in the Jakobswald
forest of Sielesia. according to a
French workman who escaped
from the camp.
The camp, in the depths of the
forest, is maintained by the Ges-
tapo, the witness said. It is di-
vided into two sections, one for
Frenchmen sent to Germany for
forced labor, workmen of other
nationalities. German deserters
and some British prisoners. The
other, he said, is for French Jews
of all social classes "levelled off
and rolled together by the most
shocking treatment that men can
inflict on the fellow-beings."
E
AS COUNCIL READ,
REPLACING SILVER
New York (WNS)The faction-
al conflict in the Zionist Emerg-
ency Council which culminated
last week in the resignations of
Drs. Silver and Wise, co-chair-
men, reached a climax this week
with the acceptance by the Coun-
cil of Dr. Silver's resignation and
with the election of Dr. Wise as
chairman.
The action was taken at a
meeting of the Council attended
by all members except Dr. Wise
and Dr. Silver. Dr. Wise resigned
as co-chairman of the Council
two weeks ago in protest against
what he and his supporters char-
TO ASK U. S. TO SEND!
MISSION TO PALESTINE
HOMELAND URGED
BYDRJEIIANN
Tel Aviv (JTA)The anti-
Semitic poison which the Ger-
tnoAntT-beVamat'ion League." the! mans have spread throughout Eu-
Jewish Labor Committee, the
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States and the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
and eighteen local civic protec-
tive agencies throughout the
country,
MIAMI AND BEACH
I1A TO PRESENT
NOTED LECTURER
Next event in the Inter-Y Cul-
tural series, sponsored by Miami
Beach YM and WHA and Miami
YM and YWHA, will be a lecture
<>n Jan. 7, at 8:30 p. m. at Miami
Beach Senior High school by Vic-
tor A. Yakhontoff. who will
discuss "United States-Russia-
Japan."
A general at 35, he served for
more than two years with the
Russian armies in World War I.
During that war he served as a
personal emissary from the czar
to the general staff.
Later he served as assistant
secretary of war following the
overthrow of the czar and also
as acting secretary in the Soviet
cabinet. Following this term of
office, he was stationed in Tokyo
as military attache at the Rus-
sian embassy.
This year he is conducting a
course at the New School for
social Research. He has lived in
n's country for several years.
Subscriptions for the full series
are available at the Miami Beach
JM and WHA, No. 1 Lincoln Rd..
and the Miami YM and YWHA.
I567 S. W. 5th St.. Miami.
rope will endure for many gen-
erations, Dr. Chaim Weizmann
said this week, addressing a
"Small Zionist Congress" con-
voked here by the Keren Hay-
esod. It is necessary, therefore.
he added, that a Jewish home-
land be established in Palestine
as the solution to the problem.
Dr. Weizmann. who was given
a tumultuous greeting when he
entered the meeting hall, said
that hundreds of thousands of
Jewish men. women and children
from Europe are striving to come
to Palestine, which represents
their last hope.
Dr. Silver's statement in
part said:
"At the time that I an-
nounced my resignation as co-
chairman of the American
Zionist Emergency Council and
as the chairman of its Execu-
tive Committee on December
20, I stated that it was ir-
revocable. I regret that so
! much controversy has develop-
1 ed over it, but I must insist
upon the position I have taken,
despite the urging of many
friends that I reconsider my
decision. My policies do not
appear to have the support of
' a sufficient majority of the
] membership of the Council as
now constituted to warrant my
continuing in office.
"I remain, of course, a mem-
I ber of the American Zionist
j Emergency Council and will
j eagerly give the Movement
whatever help and counsel I
. can. My resignation will leave
j me free to devote myself more
fully to Zionist education
' among our people and the ex-
; position of the Zionist program
among the general public. As
a private in the ranks I shall
continue to advocate the classic
Zionist program which aims at
the re-establishment of Pales-
tine as a free and democratic
Jewish Commonwealth, and a
policy in which timidity, ap-
peasement and backstairs .dip-
lomacy' will have no place.
"It is a source of great sat-
isfaction that the past sixteen
months of my administration
have been marked by substan-
tial progress for the Zionist
cause in our country. I trust
that whatever differences of
opinion exist in our Movement
and no great movement is
quite free of themwill in no
way interfere with the further
progress of our historic cause
in the days to come."
New York (JTA)A resolution
asking the U. S. government to
send a commission to Palestine to
investigate the situation there
was adopted here at a special
conference of the group of Zion-
ist-Revisionists who left the new
Zionist Organization of America
as a result of differences of
opinion.
Another resolution adopted by
the conference asked for the re-
organization of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine into a "Jew-
ish Government-in-Exile." It also
demanded that the present mem-
bers of the Jewish Agency all be-
come Palestine citizens, or other-
wise be disqualified to serve in
the Agency.
GIFTED SPEAKERS
TO
RALLY
YE
REPATRIATES ARE
T
Bucharest (JTA)Gen. Sergei
Vinogradov, head of the Russian
Armistice Commission in Ru-
mania, this week informed Jew-
ish leaders here that the first
of the 9.000 Rumanian Jews who
are to be repatriated from Trans-
nistria to their homes in Rumania
will leave Russian territory this
week. The initial group will con-
sist of 2,000 persons.
The repatriation of the Ru-
manian Jews has been instituted
at the request of Jewish leaders
in Bucharest who submitted a
memorandum requesting the
transfer to the Russian Armistice
Commission, The Jews to be re-
patriated are the remnants of the
thousands of Jews deported to
Transnistria by the pro-Nazi
regime of Gen. Antonescu.
Two eloquent speakers who
know at first hand of the vital
services of the Dade County Com-
munity War Chest agencies will
help picture them at a county-
wide rally Monday night at Bay-
front Park that will launch the
War Chest annual campaign for
$695,000.
A brilliant show of military
pageantry will precede the rally.
The speakers on the program
that starts at 8 p. m. include Liu
Liang-Mo, one of the outstanding
representatives of China in this
country, and Dr. Russell Wil-
liams, Miami civic leader.
Mr. Liu will tell of the work
of the war relief agencies, includ-
ing United China Relief, that
share in the great united cam-
paign. Former morale officer of
the Chinese Army, he laid the
foundation for civilian coopera-
tion with the military, which re-
sulted in China's heroic resistance
to Japan and will tell of China's
sacrifices of 5,000,000 lives. 50,-
000,000 homes and her uncon-
querable will to fight on with
America's help.
Dr. Williams will describe the
work of the 23 "home town"
agencies that procide child care,
family protection, recreation, and
other vital services to people of
all faiths.
The campaign for $695,000 will
continue until Jan. 26, reaching
into every home and business in
the county.
DEATH SENTENCE TO
BE FATE OF ASSASSINS
Cairo (JTA)The death sent-
ence will be asked by the prose-
cution for the two Palestine ter-
rorists who assassinated Lord
Moyne, British Minister for the
Middle East, early last month, it
was revealed here. The trial will
open here on Jan. 10.
Twenty-four witnesses will
testify for the prosecution. The
case prepared by the prosecutor
takes up more than 300 type-
written pages. The two terror
acterized as unauthorized action
by Dr. Silver in pressing for
action on the Palestine resolution
which was shelved by the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee on
the advice of the State Depart-
ment. Dr. Silver submitted his
resignation a week ago at a meet-
ing of the Council.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
written pages, iik l"" **------j r-med fro
ists. Eliauh Chakim of Haifa.and | caped iro
Ephraim Ben-Zuri of Tel Aviv. HLJP^
ESCAPEE SAYS MANY
JEWS WERE MURDERED
Bern (JTA)A man who es-
from beseiged Budapest
,n a week ago told the
wili-be-defcnded t | ^SrJXSKt S&S2
ent government-appointedI law-, pponents" of the Szalasy
yers since they refused to appoint j rcBimtrKmajn|y Jews, have been
their own lawyers. | murdercd in recent weeks.
~. -..~Y*.T^eT~nai1sir The identity of the JTA's in-
NAZI MURDERS BRINC* | formanti a 33-ytar.old man who
RFOITESTS FOR REPORT I looks as if he were sixty, cannot
HtWUtaiorvn"" K revcaie he travelled in fleeing Hungary.
All that can be said is that his
flight was made possible through
the bribing of Gestapo officials.
He travelled for four days in coal
cars, freight cars and. finally a
sealed coach, with only a loaf
of hard bread and a few lumps
of sunar for food.
Washington (JTA) World-
wide interest in the revelation of
atrocities in Nazi extermination
camps made public a month ago
by the War Refugee Board has
been evidenced by a flood of ap-
plications for copies of the report
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
has been informed.
.L
DIES IN LAKES
Los Angeles (JTA)Dr. Lud-
wig B. Bernstein, 74, former pres-
ident of the National Conference
of Jewish Social Work, died here
this week. He had made his home
in Los Angeles since 1937 when
he retired as executive director
of the Pittsburgh Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies.
Dr. Bernstein participated in
the first White House conference
on child welfare at the invitation
of President Theodore Roosevelt.
He once taught modern languages
in New York City schools and
from 1902 to 1920 headed the
Hebrew Sheltering Guardian So-
ciety. While in that post he in-
troduced the cottage plan for
care of children in institutions.
DELEGATES TO REPORT
AT TEMPLE JANUARY 16
Greater Miami's official dele-
gates to the American Jewish
Conference and World Jewish
Congress, Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Harry Simonhoff, will give a re-
port to the community on Tues-
day night, January 16, at Temple
Israel, under the sponsorship of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Rabbi Shapiro and Mr. Simon-
hoff have recently returned from
attending the annual meetings of
the Conference and the Congress
and both have prepared reports
so that members of 'he commun-
ity can be aware of what has
transpired. _
The World Jewish Congress,
according to Rabbi Shapiro, has
made a number of plans to ex-
pand its activities into the spheres
of rescue and relief. Mr. Simon-
hoff states that the Conference
has gone ahead with its plans for
bringing some kind of order into
the post-war plans of Jewish
groups.
The program of the evening
will be opened by Rabbi Saul
Appelbaum. with a brief me-
morial service for the war dead
by the Rev. Jacob J. Simonhoff.
J.D.C. GIVES $75,000 FOR
FOOD FROM SWEDEN
New York (JTA)The Joint
Distribution Committee has ap-
propriated $75,000 for food pack-
ages which will be sent from
Sweden to internees in the con-
centration camps of Theresien-
stadt. Bergenbelson and Birk-
enau. Joseph C. Hyman, execu-
tive vice-president of the com-
mittee, announced. This package
program from Sweden will be
supervised by Laura Margolis,
J.D.C. overseas worker. Export
licenses have been secured for
75,000 kilos of foodstuffs for the
parcels.
iasufestrged
to protect jews
from nazi death
New York (JTA)Gravely con-
cerned over the fate of the sur-
viving Jewish population of Bel-
gium and Luxembourg, especial-
ly because of reports which have
reached this country that local
Quislings plan the annihilation of
the remaining Jews in the event
that these countries are again
temporarily overrun by Nazi
hordes, the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee, wired President Roose-
velt, Secretary of War Henry L.
Stimson, and John W. Pehle. ex-
ecutive director of the War Refu-
gee Board, uring that extraordi-
nary measures be taken to pre-
vent "these long suffering people
from becoming again the victims
of the Nazi butchers."
The wire, signed by Adolph
Held, David Dubinsky, Joseph
Baskin, and Jacob Pat, chairman,
treasurer, secretary, and execu-
tive secretary, respectively, of the
Committee, emphasized that the
special position of the Jews justi-
fied special attention to remove
them from possible danger areas.
"We pray that this be done in
time, before the conscience of
civilized humanity will be further
burdened with, the accusation of
being too late," the appeal
stressed.


PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 1945
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Axclrod,
1219 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
announce the birth of a daughter
December 30 at St. Francis Hos-
pital.
WEDDINGS
BRISM
The Brism of the sons of Pyt.
and Mrs. Bernard Feldman. Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Gordon, and
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Haber
took place this week, with Rabbi
S. M. Machtei officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
have as their house guests, their
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Bracker, of New-
York, and their nephew. David
Bracker. of Savannah, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. William Fried-
man will be hosts at late services
Friday evening at Belli David
Synagogue in celebration ol their
33rd wedding anniversary. Re-
hments will be served and
friends are united.
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MIAMI STORE,
NOTIONS,
SB) OND FLOOR
Miss Mildred Kugelman and
Pfc. Nathan Grodsky, Army Air
Corps, were united in marriage
Dec. 25, at the home of the bride s
aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Moskowitz. 525 88th St.. Mi-
ami Beach. ..... ,
Rabbi M. Mescheloff officiated
at the formal wedding m the
presence of 75 friends of the
couple.
Helen Stein and Cpl. Harold
George Shapiro have chosen Sun-
day. January 7. for their wedding
date. The ceremony will take
place at the bride's home, with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Miss Stein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Stein of this
1 city was graduated from Bethany
'College. Bethany. West Virginia
and attended the University ol
; Pittsburgh.
Cpl, Shapiro, son 01 Mr. and
Mrs Morris Shapiro, attended
the University of Miami after
graduating from Miami Senior
High School. Before his induction
into the army, he was active in ,
local and national youth Zionist
circles. ;
The couple will make their
home in Tampa, where Cpl. |
Shapiro is stationed as a labora-
tory technician at the Regional
Hospital at Drew Field.
House guests at the home of I
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallet. 136
N. W. 15th Ave., are Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Marshall and daughter
Shirley, of Trenton. N. J. They
will remain here several weeks.
ENGAGEMENT
Lewis Green, 1451 S. W. 5th St..
is convalescing at home after a
severe illness. He thanks all his
friends for their many kindnesses.
GOLF PRACTICE
Day and night 10 A.M. to midnight
GOOD BALLS GOOD CLUBS
We have a supply o( PRE-WAR
GOLF BALLS for sale
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Alligator Farm
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Baskets Tom Toms
Pottery Blankets
Bows and Arrows
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
Owned and Operated by
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n
V lir,.^ r A COMMUNITY CEMETERY
Onesed Shel Emes
Chosen I ',l"1
the DEBBS 1 I apl 1
B'rith Younfi Wi
meeting In Id Deci was
Miss Elj Newman. <
ficcrs : wen N rn Ha
vice president; Faj
recording -> en tarj; Mil
lander, corresponding secretary:
and Bernyce Bandani -. tn asurer.
This chapli r, composi d at pre.
sent of 30 members, was f< 1
to fill the needs of young women
who are too young to bi ad-
mitted into the adult groups, and
has a five-fold purpose plan re-
ligion, service, culture, social, and
athletic. Sponsors of the DEBBS
are Mrs. Milton Friedman and
Mis. Albert Pallot. Meetings are
to he held every Tuesday night
at the home of one of the mem-
bers until such time us a definite
meeting place can be assigned.
Mr. and Mrs Hvman Sootin
230 N. W. 2nd Ave.. had with
them for a short stay their son
and daughter, both of whom are
in the Navy. Miss Adele Sootin
is a Pharmacist's Mate 1 c sta-
tioned at Bethcsda hospital in
Maryland. Her brother, S 1 c
Harvey Sootin, a radio techni-
cian, is stationed in Chicago.
Celebrating a belated honey-
moon, Mr. and Mrs. Max Tend-
rich visited here at the home of
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Tendrich, 747 West Ave., Miami
Beach. Mrs. Tendrich is the
former Ruth Needle of Chicago
The couple were wed August ii.
Ri ntly discharged from the
army, Mr. Tendrich is now in his
senior year at Loyold Dental
School in Chicago.
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S'l'sA^ S^andA
Harry Dacks, 731 N. W. MgR
HMiSs Greenberg tafrom Flush-
ing Long Island, and Miami She
wm graduated from Bayside High
,. Long Island ana at-
tended Hunter college and the
University of Miami.
Now stationed at tamp Bark-
lev Tex. Mr. Packs was gradu-
ated from Mia,... Senior High
school and. pnor to entenns[the
Army, attended the Universitj ol
ebride-elecl is a member of
Dclta Epsilon Chi and an honor-
arj member ol the Alumnae
. r of Lambda Pi\ Mr Dacks
,.,,,, esidi nt ol Alaph Zadw
____
The 1 ngai ent of M P
Greenberg. daughti r of Mr.
, Gre< nl erg, mil
. n a.. Miami Beach, to
, : M. Richter, son ol Mr. and
.1 ,\. Richter, 4666 N. Bay
M Bi ach, is being an-
her parents. They
plan to b< arried on March II.
The prospectivi bridegroom is
the son of Mi and Mrs. Joseph A
Richter. 4666 Bay Rd., Miami
Bi ach, He n ci ived his medical
discharge Sept. lti from the
United Stati Naval Reserve, af-
ter attending Midshipman's
school, Plattsburg, N. Y.
The bride-elect, formmlv Of
Detroit. Mich., has resided in
Miami Beach for the past year
and a half. She was graduated
from Central High school in De-
troit in 1943 and also attended
business school. Mr. Richter is a
1!>3U graduate of Miami Senior
High school. He attended the
University of Florida and the
University of North Carolina and
is a member of Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Isidor Cohen has returned
to the city after spending five
I weeks in Hot Springs.
Rov Mack, son of Mr. and Mrs
H. Mack. 1810 N. W. 47th St!
I spent a week in Miami before
returning to his studies at the
, Emory University School of Den-
tistry.
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Mr. and Mrs. Nat Kupper have
returned to the city from Tusca-
1 loosa, where Mr. Kupper was en-
gaged in government work. They
will again establish their resi-
dence here.
Mrs. Rose Dubbin has returned
to the city after vacationing in
Atlantic City.
Mrs. Jennie Lubow, 454 N. W.
25th Ave.. has returned from Au-
gusta, Ga., where she spent two
weeks with her daughter anil
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Simowitz.
TO PROTEST SATURDAY
LABOR BY WORKERS
Jerusalem (JTA)The Jewish
National Council of Palestine
voted this week to send a memor-
andum to the government pro-
testing against the fact that Jew-
ish employees of certain public
projects were being compelled to
work on Saturdays and other
holidays.
Mr and Mrs. Leo Beilmson of
Manhattan Beach. N. Y.. and 4274
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach, an- I
nounce the engagement of their.
daughter, Miss Svbel Beilmson. '
to S Sgt Milton M. Mittman, I
L'SA. son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave.
Mittman of New York City.
IN LOVING MEMORY
REV. LOUIS
SLUTSKY
Passed Away
JANUARY 22. 1944
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Something new has been added. In
addition to our regular 15 acre
driving range, we take great pleas-
ure in presenting a new game of
skill call
DUNFEE GOLF
This game, in addition to being lots
of fun for young and old. gives the
golfer the "feel" on chip shots
after a small amount of practice.
Tell others and come yourself
to the
WEST FLAGLER GOLF
DRIVING RANGE
2901 W. Flagler St.. Miami
Your CompUte Department
Store With Quality
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Washington Are. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
Mls forD y^r convenience
Morns Brother's New Ad-
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70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
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FOR SALE
125 seats
Long leas* with beautiful
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Price $15,000
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P. O. Box 2973. Miami
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THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 1945
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PAGE THREE
YM & YWHA IN ANNUAL' 600 BEDS NEEDED HERE
ELECTION OF OFFICERS IN JACKSON HOSPITAL
The Miami YM & YWHA held
its election of officers Wednes-
day, January 3. Already chosen
unanimously to head the organ-
ization for the coming year were
George Chertkof, president; W.
D. (Bill) Singer, vice president;
Leon Lieberman, secretary; and
George Goldberg, treasurer.
Board members elected for a
three year term were Leo Acker-
man, Milton A. Friedman and S.
B. Miller. For one year terms:
Sam Beckman, Joseph Ber-
mann, David Brown, Sylvia (Mrs.
George) Chertkof, Alex Cohen,
Marx Feinberg, Jerome Freehl-
ing, Nat Gans, Harry Gerstein,
Dorothy (Mrs. Leon) Kaplan,
Leon Kaplan, Sam Karns, Annie
(Mrs. Maurice) Koven, Minna La-
vine, J. Gerald Lewis, Gertrude
Michaels, Max Orovitz, Charles
Rosengarten, Gertrude (Mrs. Al-
bert) Rosenthal, Miriam (Mrs.
Maurice) Sager, Jake Sher. Max
Silver, Mrs. W. D. Singer. Bea
(Mrs. Sidney) Stepkin, Dr. Philip
Weinstein, Nat Zalka, Larry
Grossberg.
Hold-overs are: Jack Apte,
Harry Schwartz, Fred K. Shochet,
Nat Blumberg, Phil Berkowitz
and Frank Rose.
The going is getting toucher.
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Dr. Hart E. Van Riper, medical
director of city-owned Jackson
Memorial hospital, told members
of the Probus club Tuesday an
additional 600 hospital beds were
needed here to meet normal
needs of the community.
He said there should be a total
of 1500, whereas there are only
about 900, of which almost 500
are at Jackson Memorial.
Outlining current problems of
the municipal hospital, the med-
ical director said he believed a
solution would be to turn over
the institution to the University
of Miamia plan which has been
boomed during the past two
months.
Dr. Van Riper's talk was given
at the weekly luncheon at the
Urmey hotel of the Probus club,
newly chartered group of 40 busi-
ness and professional men.
CONCERT SPONSORED
FOR WAR ORPHANS
A concert for war orphans was
given Sunday, December 24, at
the Workman's Circle, Branch
692, under the direction of Miss
Ruth Brotman assisted by Miss
Anyuta Melicov. Artists partici-
pating included Ruth Brotman.
Anyuta Melicov, Marilyn Wohl,
Baby Lee Stein, Jon Turkievicz,
Withold Turkievicz, Mr. Allan,
and Miss Shubov. An appeal on
behalf of the orphans was made
by Abraham P. Gannes, director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.
A good buy is a War Bond. Buy
now and you will be paid later
$4.00 for every $3.00.
TheHretNaMonalRank
of Miami
101 E. Plagler St.
Miitml SO
Organised 1902
EDWARD C. ROMFH, President
LAURENCE ROMFH. Vice President and
Assistant to the President
STATEMENT OF CONDITION DEC. 30, 1944
RESOURCES
Cash on Hand and Due from
Other Banks................. .$20,625,892.23
United States Government Se-
curities, Direct or Guar-
anteed .............................. 68,051,401.78
State and Municipal Securities 385,512.30
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank
Other Securities ........................
Loans and Discounts .....-------
Bank Premises and Furniture
& Fixtures........................
Other Real Estate ....................
Accrued Income Receivable-
Prepaid Expense ......................
Other Assets ...........................
S89.062.806.31
90.000.00
100,000.00
4,423.357.22
821.542.01
25,003.80
291.980.66
58.448.10
3,513.31
$94,876,651.41
LIABILITIES
Deposits:
Demand ............................$47,648,329.14
Savings ....................._____ 6,571,813.54
United States Govern-
ment .............................. 13,475,128.51
State and Municipal ...... 15,052.542.42
Deposits of Banks _____ 7,589,897.11
Other Deposits ............_ 652,953.44
Capital Account:
Common Stock ......_........ 1,500,000.00
Surplus_____............... 1,500,000.00
Undivided Profits ............ 497.030.64
Reserve for Undeclared
Dividend .............._____ 60,000.00
$90,990,664.16
Income Collected. Not Earned
Reserve for Taxes and Other
Expenses..........................-
Other Liabilities ......................
3,557,030.64
2,478.35
316,373.26
10,105.00
$94,876,651.41
United States Government Securities carried at $35,562,-
000.00 in the foregoing statement are pledged to secure
public and trust deposits and for other purposes required
by law.
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND FEDERAL
INSURANCE CORPORATION
BUY MORE WAR BONDS
Jack J. Rosen
will be installed as president of
the Miami Beach Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce at an affair
of the organization Jan. 8 at the
Arlington Hotel, Miami Beach.
Other officers to be installed
include Max Lubin, vice-presi-
dent, and Myron Willison, secre-
tary.
Named to the board of directors
were George Light, William
Segal, Bernard Spector, Sol Finn,
Robert Epstein, Martin Gilbert,
Edward Newman and Stanley
Segal.
M.J.O.C. AUXILIARY TO
HAVE ANNUAL PARTY
Mrs. Ida Buckstein, president
of the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation, announces the annual
package party of the organization
will be held on Sunday evening,
January 14, at the synagogue, 590
S. W. 17th Ave. Admission will
be by packages, to be auctioned
for the benefit of the Talmud
Torah.
ask for
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SGT. A. I. ROSENSTEIN
IS KILLED IN ACTION
Word was received late Wed-
nesday by Mr. and Mrs. J. Roscn-
tein, 4800 Alton Road, of the
death of their son, Sgt. Alfred J.
Rosenstcin.
Sgt. Rosenstein, 25. enlisted in
the Army 1941. He was stationed
in Miami for a while at the
Broadmore Hotel and later left
for the Army Air Field in Will-
mington, Ohio where he was in
charge of Air Field Camoflauge.
Sgt. Rosenstein was shipped over-
seas in the early part of 1944
and was killed in action in the
European theatre of war.
Besides his parents, Sgt. Rosen-
stein leaves his wife Hilda Rosen-
stein of New York City and his
newly born son, Irving, his broth-
ers, Irving and Jack, who are
Sow serving overseas; and a sis-
er, Mrs. Helen Artzt of New
York City.
DETECTIVE BUREAU IS
NOW IN NEW OFFICES
Henry "Hank" Miller, Florida
Director of the Standard Detec-
tive Bureau, announces the re-
moval of his offices to suite nine
and ten, 34 W. Flagler St.. Miami.
E. W. AYARS. M. D.
Announces removal of hit
office from
819 N. E. 2nd Ave.
211 Hah'n Bldq..
140 N. E. First Ave.
Hourt: 9:30 to 4:30 Phone 3-0043
$25 to $100
WAR BOND FREE
For information leading to the
purchase of a
1935 to 1941 CAR
Phone 9-1085 Day or Night
TIDES HOTEL
1220 Ocean Drive
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Dining Room Open to Public
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516 Wash in q ton Ave.
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AUXILIARY PLANS FOR
FIRST AFFAIR OF YEAR
B'nai B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary's
ways and means committee, un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs.
Blanche Fein, is making arrange-
ments for the organization's first
affair of the season, a luncheon
and game party, to be held Jan-
uary 30 at the Copa Cabana Club,
Dade Boulevard at West Ave..
Miami Beach. Luncheon will be
served at 12:30, followed by
bridge, mahjong and other games.
Interest in the affair is lively, and
a sell-out of tickets indicated,
thus making it necessary for
those wishing to attend to make
their reservations as soon as pos-
sible, by calling Mrs. Blanche
Fein, 5-7100; Mrs. Sam Silver.
9-2185; or Mrs. Milton Friedman,
2-2304.
A regular meeting of the or-
ganization will be held on Thurs-
day, January 18, at 1:30 p. m. at
the Beach YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln
Rd., Miami Beach.
MANY EDUCATIONAL
BOOKS ARE PUBLISHED
The Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch
which is engaged in projecting
Jewish education, including pub-
lication of literature and Hebrew
text books for Jewish children,
has thus far already published
over half a million volumes of
various publications, including
text books, juvenile library edi-
tions and festival stories. These
publications are very popular
and are used in many schools
and homes in all English speak-
ing countries.
One of the many important
activities of the Merkos L'Inl
yonei Chinuch is the setting up
of schools for girls, where they
are trained in the fundamentals
of religion. At present the Merkos
L'Inyonei Chinuch has establish-
ed twenty-three such schools,
called "Beth Sarah," or "Beth
Rivkan."
The Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch
operates under the personal guid-
ance of the Lubavitcher Rabbi,
Rabbi Joseph I. Schneersohn.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1945
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J. LOUIS SHOCHET
FounderThe Jewish Floridian
Called to His Eternal Rest on
TEVETH 25th. 5699JANUARY 16th, 1939
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The Jewish Floridi
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P. O. Box 2973 _________^_________Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00

MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1945
TEBET 20. 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 1
REPLACING SILVER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
The Council accepted Dr. Sil-
ver's resignation "with ;"i ex-
pn ssion of appreciation for nw
devoted services and his pledge
to continued
servia It also voted I
the executive comi
lish a committee on in
ation of policy t<
'
of the 01
'
Council. 1
I
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At tlv i
,1
.
ortl lox J
. : ent ex-
pressii lissatisfa
. .'. t was
that the Mizrachi woul ;
sever affiliation
," ncil ov< r its fail in to re-
tain Dr. Silver il
:.-. indicated that it did not
yet "choose to officially with-
draw." The Zionist laborites, who
had consistently voted with the
Silventcs and who had hoped
that the meeting would chose a
new presidium while efforts were
being made to adjust the con-
troversy, made no statement so
far on the Council's action.
In a formal statement issued
by the Council after the meeting
it was declared that the internal
differences were not on matters
of aims or objectives, but on
methods of implementing its de-
cisions. The statement said:
"The American Zionist Emerg-
ency Council desires to make it
clear that the controversy re-
ferred to in the public press does
not involve any difl with
respect to fundamental Zionist
policy nr maximal or minimal
Zionist program, but is rather one
of procedure, methods of imple-
mentation and the authority of
its office rs.
"The American Zionist Emerg-
ency Council will go forward
with continued vigor and deter-
mination for the realization of
its objectiveunrestricted Jewish
immigration into I full
opportunity for Jewish coloniza-
tion, and the reconstruction of
Palestine as a free and democratic
Jewish commonwealth.
YOUR WAR CHEST
The War Chest campaign starts Monday. Solicitation by
volunteer workers will start and we will be contacted to make
our contributions. Each and everyone of us is part and parcel
of this community which the Community War Chest serves.
Twenty-three needy and deserving local agencies receive
their funds from the contribution you will make. National and
international war service organizations depend upon the suc-
cess of this effort to continue to operate.
Through the Community War Chest we have the oppor-
tunity of giving once for all of these causes, knowing that the
funds are distributed and expanded intelligently with minimum
expense.
Conditions have made it possible for the great majority
to be in a position to assume their share of this financial obliga-
tion. What is necessary is a full and complete realization ol
our duty and responsibility as one of those fortunates in a
position to help.
Respond when the Chest worker calls upon you!
HAT
HEN
HERE
BETH DAVID LADIES TO
INDUCT NEW OFFICERS
The annual installation lunch-
eon of Beth David Sisterhood will
be held on Wednesday, January
17, at 12 noon in the auditorium.
A program is being arranged by
Mrs. S. B. Miller and her com-
mittee. Reservations may be had
by callmg 3-4928, or the office,
*"1473.
or.The Sisterhood will stage its
29th annual pre-Purim ball on
Sunday evening, February 18 in
the Moose Temple. Mrs.' Isidor
Cohen is in charge of the affair.
AIC TO SPONSSOR ITS
FIFTH REVIEW SERIES
The Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress will
sponsor the fifth of its Friday
Review series on January 12 at
CLARKE REVIEWER AT
T" FORUM JANUARY 10
Professor Edward Clarke of the
faculty of the University of Mi-
ami will review Sumner Welles1,
Jj.?J.0L Decsion" for the Mi-
am. Y Forum Group next Wed-
ay. ,eveninfi. January 10. at
JLCl0ck at the Miami "Y"
auditorium.
Professor Clarke is a well
isTvHed reviewer- The Public

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The Gaelic American, Father Coughlin's New York organ,
: is beinq revitalized Edited by James MacDermott with the
assistance of the Rev. Edward Lodge Curran. the paper is being
aroomed for a larger role in the revived crusade.for isolation-
We like that news story about Hubert Williamson of
Grand Rapids, who some years ago was fined $10 for saying
nauqhty things about the head of a then friendly government
- viz., Hitler Williamson is now suing for a rebate, on the
grounds that the judge who fined him should at last realize
that he, Hubert, was right .
JEWISH NEWS ...
The crisis in the Zionist Emergency Council brought about
by the resignations of Dis. Wise and Silver may soon be
mended Rabbis Silver and Wise may accept a new form-
ula of cooperation that is now being worked out by a special
committee of which Louis Lipsky is the moving spirit You
must not miss reading a little booklet, "The Jewish People Will
Live On," by Alex Bittelman ... It makes a poignant case for
unitv in American Jewry Erratum: In our last column the
item' on Dr. Weizmann's political activities should have read:
"'. the Mandate for Palestine, now held by Great Britian ."
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE ...
Our hat is off to Ruth Spivak, now a major in the Women's
Army Corps Major Spivak is a very charming young lady
whose soft feminine eyes hide a determined and super-efficient
personality She is stationed at Washington, D. C., and
occupies the important post of executive officer to the deputy
chief of staff for operations of the Army Air Forces The
story cannot be told now, but Ruth is intimately connected
with very sensational doings by our intrepid flyers Some
: day she should be able to write a fascinating book about her
j present activities The continental edition of the November
5th issue of Yank features a most unusual woodcut, the work
I of your good friend Sgt. David Lax, who bids fair to emerge
as the war's outstanding artist Congratulations to 1st Lt.
Sid Meyer just received the Bronze Star for gallantry in France
... A few months ago he was the recipient of the Purple
Heart ... A memorial hall honoring the late Sgt. Meyer Levin,
Brooklyn's first major hero of World War II, is projected by the
Jewish War Veterans .
BOOK NEWS ..
Since arriving in this country as a refugee, playwright
Ferenc Molnar has published nothingbut he hasn't been idle
. The spring will see the publication of two books from his
pen From the other side of the footlights come two new
I authors, both making their literary debuts as autobiographers
. .We refer to Alexander Granach, who used to be one of Max
Reinhardt's favorite actors on the pre-Hitler Berlin stage and
now is clicking on Broadway in "A Bell for Adano," and who
has written a volume called "From a Childhood in Galicia,"
and to Sophie Tucker, who writes about her career under the
title "Some of These Days" Sholem Asch's new novel will
deal with the New York scene, they tell us Patricia Marcus,
wife of foreign trade expert Anthony Marcus, will publish a
selection of her poems in book form, and thus will convince you
that she is one of our most intertsting poets .
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Billy Rose, who's all over Broadway these days, what with
his Diamond Horseshoe, his new hit "The Seven Lively Arts"
and his highly successful "Carmen Jones," is said to be plan-
ning an "Aida" production now, with an all-Negro cast as in
his other operatic effort And besides. Hollywood is sup
posed to be projecting a film in which Billy's lively career will
be immortalized Frequenters of hot spots may look forward
to a new night club comedian, who'll be making his debut in
a couple of months ... His name will be Leon Victorbut until
now he has been known to Yiddish theatregoers as their
lavonte laugh-compeller. Leo Fuchs There's talk of a play,
as yet unwritten, we believe, centering about Adah Isaacs
Menken, famous American actress of the nineteenth century.
fSSS INGr HOLDS! MAS BANQUET TO BE
LECTURE SUN., JAN. 7 HELD SUNDAY, IAN. 28
-.The Greater Miami Arbeiter
King, Branch No. 692. will st>on-
1 i a lecture on Sunday, January
7, at 8 P. m. Si the Arbeiter Ring
Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Guest speaker will be
,.r J8p: i**? kn?wn labor lead-
w rP and' yho wiU discuss
War-Peace and the Interest of
the Working Class."
LADIES~AUXILIARY IS
GIVEN MERIT AWARD
The Freda Markowitz Ladies'
Auxiliary has been awarded a
Certificate of Merit by the Red
Cross camp and Hospital Service
for it* work ln supplyi f
and entertainment to the ,favy
hoiays aSS'KnCd to ll Khl DmVC' Vl"* ar* Mrs. Frank
th a "W1 reKular meeting of
Srelen? ^^ *re invited t0 *
Following a tradition estab-
lished by them several years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis'Miller of Mi-
ami Beach are sponsoring a ban-
quet to be given Sunday, Jan. 28
for the benefit of the Hebrew
Immigrant Aid Society in me-
mory of their son Victor. The
entire cost defrayed and served
by Dave Rosner in charge of the
Victor Hotel dining room and the
entire proceeds go to the Hias
organization.
BEACH SISTERHOOD TO
HOLD MAHIONG PARTY
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will hold a
dessert card and mahjong party
on Thursday, January 11. at 1
t> clock at the Blackstone Hotel.
Washington Ave. at th St. Ad-
mission price is one dollar.
1750 SERVICE MEN NEW
XEAR HOTEL GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fields,
owners of the New Pioneer Hotel
had as their guests on New Year
day, 1750 service men. They
served a buffet dinner and other
entertainment was presented.


FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1945
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PAGE FIVE
POSTPONED PARTY TO
BE HELD FEBRUARY 8TH
The-Women's Division of he
American Jewish Congress wishes
to extend an apology to its many
friends who were inconvenienced
by the postponement of the
"Every Member Bring a Member
Party" which was to have been
held at the Terrace Restaurant
Thursday, December 28.
The restaurant was sold the
night prior to the party, and it
was impossible to make other
arrangements on such short not-
ice. Tickets will be honored on
Thursday, February 8, when the
party will be held at a place to
be announced.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, Director
of Education and reviewer for
the "Friday Review" will give a
fifteen minute lecture on por-
tions of the new highly informa-
tive book "The Gentlemen Speak
of Peace" by Ziff prior to all
future book review meetings. The
reviews are scheduled for the
second and fourth Friday of the
month at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community Center.
Subscriptions are on sale for
$4 for the ten remaining reviews.
Single admissions are 50c.
DENVER HOSPITAL HAS
INTERESTING ANALYSIS
For every three new patients
admitted to the National Jewish
Hospital at Denver (Col.) since
Pearl Harbor, because of rejec-
tion by the army at induction
centers for previously unknown
tuberculosis, one has been ad-
mitted because of tuberculosis
developed while serving in the
army, it was revealed in the 45th
annual medical report of the in-
stitution, a free interfaith medi-
cal center for the tuberculous
poor opened in 1899 by B'nai
B'rith.
BETH SHOLOM TO HOLD
SMOKER FOR NEW MEN
New members of Beth Sholom
Center will be honored at a men's
smoker to be held Wednesday,
January 10, at 8 p. m. in the Ellis
Social Hall of the Center.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
WHEN NERVOUS HEADACHES
PESTER ME
I FIND THAT MILES NERVINE
HELPS NERVOUS TENSION
TO RELAX f>*H
AND LEAVES ME *S^
CALM,$ERENE {
WHEN Functional Nervous
Disturbances such as Sleep-
lessness, Crankiness, Excitability,
Restlessness or Nervous Headache
interfere with your work or spoil
your good times, take
1 Dr. Miles Nervine *
[(Liquid or Effervescent Tablets)
Nervous Tension can make you
Wakeful, Jittery, Irritable Ner-
vous Tension can cause Nervous
Headache and Nervous Indiges-
tion. In times like these, we are
more likely than usual to become
overwrought and nervous and to
wish for a good sedative. Dr.
Miles Nervine is a good sedative
mild but effective.
If you do not use Dr. Miles'
Nervine you can't know what it
will do for you. It conies in
liquid and Effervescent Tablet
form, both equally soothing to
tense and over-wrought nerves.
WHY DONT YOU TRY ITJ
4Eet it at your drag store,
Effervescent tablets 35* and 75*.
liquid 25* and $1.00. Read direc-
tions and use only as directed.
MIAMI BEACH REALTOR
OPENS MIAMI OFFICE
Announcement was made this
week by M. Giller, realtor, 1448
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
that he has opened an office in
Miami at 140 N. E. First Ave.
In making the announcement
Giller said: "The necessity of
opening a Miami office in addi-
tion to the office already estab-
lished on Miami Beach was
brought about by the many re-
quests of our clients for invest-
ments in Miami. I am of the
opinion that their interests can
best be served by having an of-
fice here."
Giller reports sales at his Mi-
ami Beach office for December
reached a total of $251,000. The
sales included the Hy-Mor apart-
ment house, 820 Euclid Ave.,
which sold to a New York apar'-
ment house operator by Sylvia
Bornstein and Jean Fox for
S93.500. The Hy-Mor contains 32
units.
During the present holiday lull
in the real estate market Mr.
Giller is making plans for a very
active early spring demand for
hotels, apartments, homes and
lots, and other income property
and businesses. He has increased
his office and sales force and has
prepared his records so he can
give complete information on all
available properties that are on
the market for sale to the large
number of buyers who are ex-
pected to come here right after
the holidays.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
INSTALL JANUARY 14
The B'nai B'rith Young Women
will hold their installation at an
informal dinner at the George
Washington Hotel, January 14,
at eight o'clock. Guest speaker
will be Rabbi Max Shapiro of
Beth David Congregation.
Mrs. Shapiro, the rabbi's wife,
will install the following girls:
president, Mrs. Jack J. Rosen;
first vice president, Miss Dolly
Pont; second vice president. Mrs.
Al Grossman; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Howard Feldman; cor-
responding secretary, Mrs. Edythe
Rich Magaziner; treasurer. Miss
Yvette Rosenbaum; board of di-
rectors, Mrs. Sam Grapeman,
Mrs. Dave Stotland, Miss Sue
Berger, Miss Paula Horowitz.
Miss Toby Stepkin, Yeoman 1st
Class Minnie Freedman. Miss
Diana Jaffee and Miss Ethel
Pont, past president.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Finkel. San
Marino Island, Miami Beach, had
visiting with them for the holi-
days their son Leonard, of
Bronx, N. Y.
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"IL TROVATORE" BEING
PRESENTED BY GUILD
On January 4, 6 and 8th, the
Opera Guild is presenting "II
Trovatore" by Verdi at the Mi-
ami Senior High School Concert
Hall. Four renowned artists will
be featured, including Prima
Donna Gertrude Ribla, a protege
of Toscaninni; Frank Richards,
baritone, and Eleanor Knapp,
mezzo-soprano, both of the San
Carlo Opera Company; and Irma
Cooper, of Chicago and New
York. A local chorus of 60 odd
voices trained by Dr. Arturo di
Filippi will supplement the regu-
lar company, assisted by part of
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra. Dr. Modeste
Alloo will conduct the orchestra,
which is under the artistic direc-
tion of Dr. di Filippi.
Tickets for the performances,
which will begin at 8:15, may be
purchased at Burdincs Book
Store or at the box office.
SISTERHOOD TO HAVE
PARTY AT BLACKSTONE
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will spon-
sor a dessert luncheon and card
party on Thursday. January 11
at the Blackstone Hotel, Wash-
ington at 9th St., Miami Beach.
The affair, starting at one o'clock,
is the second in a series of game
parties staged by the organiza-
tion. Reservations are one dollar
and visitors are welcome.
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of
Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauder-
dale, will continue his series of
talks on the subject "Ask the
Rabbi" at regular Friday night
services at the Temple, 1801 S.
Andrews.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious Dame
of TAMIAMI REFRIGERATOR SUP-
PLY at 1890 S. W. 8th St., Miami.
Florida, Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I>ade Countv. Florida.
MARK O. KAPLAN
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant.
12/8-15-22-39 1/5
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BUSINESS SALES CO. at 974 W.
Flagler St., Miami. Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FRED A. TRACY
Sole Owner
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicant
12/8-15-22-29 1/6
H. E. LEICHENGER
Tax Consultant
Announces the opening of his office
Lincoln Drexel Bldg.
1655 Drexel Avenue
Miami Beach
Engagement by Appointment Only
PHONE 5-4452
RIVERMONT PARK
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SANEL BEER, M. D., Director
Reasonable Prices
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Home Cooked Kosher Meals
KOHL'S
29 N. E. 11th Street. Miami
Reasonable Rates for Room and
Board. Special attention to
private parties.
Unwanted Hair Removed
In the Newest and
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We specialize In removing hair from
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of PLYMOUTH I'OULTRY CO.. of
Miami, Florida, Intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dads County, Florida.
MAX GOLDMAN
JACK PENN
Owners.
1/3-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
STANDARD MERCANTILE CO.. 703
W. Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, and
Intend to register the said fictitious
name In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court <>f Dade County, Florida.
HARRY GREENBERO
HENRY GREENBERG
12 29 r,-12-19-26
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage
In business under the fictitious name
of MAGIC CITY BOTTLE AND SUP-
PLY at 222 Northwest 27th Street,
Miami. Florida, intend to register the
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ISAAC EMMER
ISIDOR BERKOWITZ
MYERS & H El MAN
Attorneys for Applicants
12/29 l/:.-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned Is engaged in busi-
neas under the fictitious name of
YOUNG'S BANDWICH 8HOP at 422
N Miami Ave.. Miami. Florida, and
Intend to register the said ficititious
name in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MORRITZ YOUNG
HARRY KATKoVSKY
BILVER, KAPLAN A DIETZ
Attorneys for Applicants
12/8-13-22-29 1/5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ROXY GRILLE at 1807 B. W. 8th
Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to
register the said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dude County.
Florida.
JACK KAUFMAN-
ABE ROSENTHAL
MYERS & HEIMAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
12/8-16-22-29 1/5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
ofTHEMARHOR ATi- RrnNTS- 121
N. W. 3rd Aver -'">* .la ,.
tend to reglsterm, Mass. > with
the Clerk of, his Flying Fortrt of
Dade County ggjggg^
ABRAM WASHERMAN
Owners.
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants.
12/8-15-22-29 1/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of "THE SEA SIDE," 7118 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
GOLDIE F. BLACK
7118 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
MORRIS BERICK
Attorney for Goldie F. Black
605 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida.
12/8-15-22-29 1/5
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17457Acts of 1935
File A 8667
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Joseph Stern holder of State and
County Tax Certificate No. 6213 Is-
sued the 5th day of June. AD. 1939.
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
be Issued thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property in the County of Dade. State
of Florida, to-wlt:
I>.t [J. Block 18, City of Miami
South, pui Book B, Page 41. in
the County of Dade, State of Florida.
Tiie assessment of said property
under the said certificate eras in the
of Louis Leiffer.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
dei in.id according to law, the prop-
described therein will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court
House door on the first Monday in
the month of February, 1945, which
is the ''th day of February. 1945,
dated this .'7th day of December, 1944.
E B l.KATllF.UMAN.
Clerk of circuit Court,
I Hole County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal I
By I. M. JOHNSON, D. C.
12/29 1/5-12-19
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FILE 38750
Notice is hereby given that John
H. Mann holder of City of Miami
Tax Certificate Numbered 944. dated
the 1st day of June. AD. 1942 has
filed Bald Certificate in my office, and
has made application for tax deed
to issue thereon in accordance with
law. Raid Certificate embraces the
following described property, situated
in Dade County. Florida, to-wit:
Lot 6, Block 11. Buena Vista Gar-
dens, Plat Book 5, Page 45, in the
City of Miami, County of Dade. State
of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said Certificate issued was
In the name of Unknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will issue thereon
on the 17th day of January, A.D.
1945.
Dated this 12th day of December,
A.D. 1944. .
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Cfturt,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. M. JOHNSON, D. e.
12/15-22-29 1/5-12
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1945
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Cairo (WNS)-The two Pales-
tine terrorists, Eliauh Cnakim
and Ephraim Ben-Zuri. who were ,
held here last month on the
charge of slayinR Lord Moyne,,
British Minister for the Middle
East, arc to be placed on trial
Oil January 10. it was disclosed
this week.
The prosecution will ask tor
the death sentence. The defend-
ants, who were reported to have
refused to engaged counsel of
their own and to have persisted
that the proceedings be conducted
in Hebrew, will be defended by
two government-appointed law-
yers.
The trial is expected to be one
of the longest in the criminal
annals of Egypt, with twenty-four
witnesses testifying for the prose-
cution.
UNIVERSITY TO HAVE
WORLD LABOR CHAIR
Jerusalem (JTA)The Central
Committee of the Histatfruth.
Palestine Federation of Labor,
has decided to establish at the
Hebrew University a chair for
the study of the world labor
movement. The chair will be
named after Berl Katznelson. late
Histadruth leader.
The Mizrachi Laborite Party
decided to honor Henrietta Szold
by naming a synagogue alter her
in one of Its agricultural settle-
ments, Sdei Elihau. This is the
first time in the history of Pales-
tine that a synagogue will bear
the name of a woman.
LEHMAN RETURNS TO
U. S. FROM^ OVERSEAS
I Washington (JTA) -.Director
! General Herbert H. Lei man ot
the United Nations Relef and
Rehabilitation Administration hM
returned to the United States and
is in Washington following a
seven weeks absence most of
which he spent in London with
a ten day .trip; to the Continent
during which he visited fans.
Brazil is about to begin SUP-
ulving 45 million yards 01 tex-
tiles for clothing distribution
overseas by UNRRA. Laurence
Duggan. UNRRA-s Special Diplo-
matic Advisor announced here.
Duggan has just returned from
a tour of 16 Lat.n-Amencan
countries, including Brazil, to-
gether with Dr. Eduardo Santos,
UNRRA Deputy Director Gen-
eral.
F. D. R. LAUDfTPAPER
ON ITS 10THBIRTHDAY
New York (JTA)President
Roosevelt in a message to the
Aufbau. American-Jewish weekly
newspaper in German and in
English, which is celebrating its
tenth anniversary this week,
lauded the publication as voicing
'the aspirations of men and wom-
en eager to learn the meaning,
the opportunities and responsi-
bilities of free citizenship in a
free America." Vice-President
Henry A. Wallace and five mem-
bers of the President's Cabinet
also sent messages of congratula-
tions to the Aufbau.
i 18.000 JEWS DEPORTED
OR MURDERED IN RIGA
and October of this year, accord,
ina to a report published hew
by the Jewish Anti-Fasclst Com-
mAfthe German mijita? situa-
tion in Latvia deteriorated, the
Nis first began to move Jew,sh
forced laborers from factories vo
cStretion camps and strength-
ened the wards at all camps. As
the Red Army drove closer, they
heean evacuating the camps. Ai
thl end of July. 3.000 Hungarian
Jewtah women were evacuated.
but there is no indication that
they ever arrived in Hungary.
withdrawTextbook
result ofagitation
London (JTA)A Polish text-
book entitled "Lwow. which was
being used in schools for Polish
children in the Middle East has
been withdrawn and destroyed
as a result of vigorous represent-
ation by liberal circles, it is
learned here. ,
The text, which was publisher
in Palestine by Polish educational
authorities, contained a number
of slanderous anti-Jewish pas-
sages. _________
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ASK RUSSIAN AID TO
HELP RUMANIAN JEWS
Jerusalem (JTA)The Jewish
National Council of Palestine and
the Chief Rabbinate this week
sent a joint cable to Soviet For-
eign Minister Molotov appealing
for an immediate declaration by
the Russian government warning
Hungarians against participating
in the extermination of the coun-
try's Jews.
PANAMA JEWS ACT TO
BUILD UP BLOOD BANK
Panama. R. P. (JTA)The larg-
est public hospital in Panama,
the Santo Tomas Hospital, has
expressed its official appreciation
of the response of the Jewish
community to an appeal for re-
plenishing of the hospital's blood
bank, which was at a perilously
I low level. A blood-donor drive
I organized by the local B'nai
B'rith lodge has succeeded in se-
curing the cooperation of the
bulk of Panamian Jews. Although
the lodge requested that its name
not be mentioned in connection
with the drive, the hospital ex-
pressed its gratitude in a release
sent to the local press.
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AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS OF CLOSE OF BUSINESS. DEC. 30. 1944
RESOURCES
Cash and Due from Banks
U. S. Government Bonds
State and Municipal Bonds
Marketable Corporation Bonds
$ 8.887.554.70
15.401.258.63
552,353.19
241,575.00
Total Cash and Securities
Commercial Loans to Individuals, Firms and
Corporations S 2,325,023.27
Automobile and Personal Loans 5,936.71
F.H.A. Title II Mortgages on Improved Real Estate 89.547.61
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Total Loans and Mortgages
Furniture and Fixtures
Federal Reserve Bank Stock
Accrued Interest Receivable
Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources
Overdrafts
Customer's LiabilityLetters of Credit
S 2,
Total Resources
420.507.59
45.309.83
24.000.00
57.913.94
58,285.59
None
111,888.50
$27,800,646.97
LIABILITIES
Capital (Common Stock).........
Surplus
Undivided Profits and Reserves
Capital Funds
Letters of Credit Outstanding
$ 500.000.00
500.000.00
207.529.42
Demand91%
Time9%
DEPOSITS
S 1.207.529.42
111,888.50
$24,163,861.30
2.317.367.75
We pay 114% per annum on Time and Savings Deposits
under S5.000 and Vt of 1% over $5,000. Interest payable
June 30 and December 31.
Ttal DCP0SitS $26,481,229.05
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1945
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PAGE SEVEN
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep Record of Our Men in Serrice
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SERVICE
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Sgt. Bernard Fox. 26, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Fox, 1505 N. W.
2th St., recently was awarded the
Air Medal for meritorious
achievement while participating
in aerial flight against the enemy.
Harvey R. Klein, former Uni-
versity of Miami student, has
been graduated from the officer
candidate department of the
transportation corps school, New
Orleans Army air base, and com-
missioned a second lieutenant. He
is the son of Herman R. Klein,
303 S. W. 31st Rd.
Corp. Louis Dwoskin, Jefferson
Ave., Miami Beach, is a member
of the 328th field artillery bat-
talion with the Fifth Army in
Italy, which has repelled several
recent German counter attacks
on the Italian front south of
Bologna.
Tech. Sgt. Sidney Z. Schwartz.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Schwartz, 1870 S. W. Sixth St..
was awarded the Distinguished
Flying Cross in recent ceremonies
at the AAF Convalescent hospi-
tal, Don Ce-Sar place, St. Peters-
burg.
Formerly in the restaurant
business in Miami, Sgt. Schwartz
completed 55 missions in B-25
Mitchell medium bombers in the
China-Burma-India theater. He
was a radio operator-gunner and
mechanic. He received the Air
Medal within Oak Leaf Cluster.
Alton Rohiniky, 22, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Rohinsky, 3134
S. W. 21st St., who is serving
with the veteran 306th Bombard-
ment group in England as a radio
operator, has been promoted to
staff sergeant.
Tech. 5th Gr. Stanley J. New-
mark. former student of Miami
Beach High school and the Uni-
versity of Michigan, spent the
holidays with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. H. Newmark, Jr.. 1611
Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, while
on furlough from Camp Chaffee,
Ark. He will report to Carlisle,
Pa., to attend officer candidate
school in the medical administra-
tion corps.
1ft Lt. Jack Abbott has been
promoted to captain, according to
word received here. He has been
overseas almost two years, and
was last heard from in France.
I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S
CALENDAR
Monday:
Discussion Group. 8 p. m., Miami
Boarh YM & YHA, Chaplain Carl I.
Miller.
Turnday:
Choir rehearsal, 8 p. m.. Miami Beach
Jewish Community Cenler. 141B Eu-
clid Ave, Cantor Emanuel Barkan.
Wednesday:
Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. in. Mi-
ami Beach YM & YHA; Study Group.
'The Reconatructionist Movement."
9 p. m.. Miami Beach YM & WHA,
Chaplain Saul Kraft.
Friday :
Sabbath Services, 8 p. m.. Chaplain
Saul Kraft, Miami Beach YM &
WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller,
Polnclana Hotel. 1665 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat.
refreshments served by hostesses
from the Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky,
Chapel No. 3, Boca Raton Field:
JWB Oneg Shabbat, refresments
served by hostesses from the Miami
Service League.
Saturday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami
Beach YM & WHA, refreshments
served by Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Servicemen's dance, 8 p. m., Mi-
ami YM & YWHA, 1567 S. W. 6th
St.. refreshments served by Miami
Service League.
Sunday:
Servicemen's Dance. I p. m., Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center, re-
freshments served by eenior
hostesses.
FORMER ATTORNEY IS
NOW MADE A CAPTAIN
Lt. Stanley Ratner, son of Mrs.
Mathilda Ratner, cabled his
mother this week that he had ar-
rived at an undisclosed destina-
tion overseas. Another son. Cadet
Nathan Ratner, is stationed at
Altus. Okla.
Bernard A. Frank, former Mi-
ami attorney, has been promoted
to captain in the India-Burma
theater of operations. His parents.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank, and a
sister, Charlotte Ann, reside at
1233 10th St., Miami Beach.
Capt. Frank is assigned to the
Base Judge Advocate's office a'
a large American Army base in
Assam. He fills such duties as
assistant staff judge advocate,
legal assistance officer and trial
judge advocate for general and
special court martials.
A former member of the Uni-
versity of Miami national and in-
tercollegiate tennis championship
team, he has been stationed in
the India-Burma theater for 18
months. He is authorized to wear
he Asiatic-Pacific ribbon with
one bronze star.
SERKIN RECUPERATING
AT BEACH HOSPITAL
Staff Sgt. Charles Serkin. eld-
est of Miami's five Serkin broth-
ers in the Army, is at the AAF
Convalescent hospital at Miami
Beach, where he is recuperating
from a shoulder injury received
in the Southwest Pacific
Holder of a president unit
citation with two oak leaf clust-
ers Charles served for 32 months
in the Southwest Pacific.
A graduate of Miami High
school, he is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Serkin, 2676 N. W.
62nd St. Brother Sol is a radio
operator, aerial gunner with a
B-29 outfit overseas; Bernie is a
supply sergeant at Sebring AAF;
Manuel is a private first class in
the infantry, and Isidor. young-
est, is a private first class in the
infantry, fighting in Luxembourg
at last report.
Major Ansen I. Reisen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reisen,
1676 James Ave., Miami Beach,
has received a promotion and is
now Lieutenant Colonel. Col.
Reisen is serving in Iceland
where he has been for the past
year and one-half, in connection
with the Ad juntant. General's of-
fice. He is a graduate of Miami
High School and of the law school
of the University of Florida.
SGT. WASSERMAN IN
STORY OF FRENCH LIFE
Fill Out This Coupon and Moil To "WAR RECORDS." Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
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In a letter received recently by
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Was-
serman, 930 S. W. 7th St.. date-
lined "somewhere in France,"
Sgt. Robert Samuel Wasserman
describes some of the rigours of
his life. He has been overseas
3'/4 years as a member of the
famed Fourth Armored Division
which trained at Pine Camp,
New York. Spearheading the
Third Army's advance across
France, the Fourth smashed
enemy equipment and captured
15,000 prisoners in a few weeks
of lightening attack, earning from
the Germans the title of Super-
men." Sgt. Wasserman tells of
a beautiful Jewish synagogue in
a "large city"' in which he was
billeted which had been used as
a Red Cross hospital by the
enemy before they were driven
out. The men demonstrated their
generous and gallant attitude to-
wards the unfortunate victims of
the Nazis by contributing their
own personal funds for its re-
pair.
Lt. Ixiy Mayers spent the holi-
day weekend with his parents
and friends and returned to At-
lanta.
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WOUNDED IN ACTION
Pvt. Heiiry F. Frank. 25, of
Newark, N. J. In Italy. Private
Frank was wounded in the drive
on Rome.
Capt. Lewish Goldheim. 34, of
Baltimore, Md. In France. Capt.
Goldheim was reported missing
in action earlier this year. Cap-
tured by the Germans when
wounded, he was recaptured by
the Allies on his birthday. Aug.
4th.
Tech. Sgt. Richard J. Gordon,
24, of Hartford, Conn. At Noen-
for. New Guinea. Received the
Purple Heart.
Pfc. Walter Griminger, 22, of
Peoria, III. European area. Purple
Heart.
Lt. Edwin O. Guthman. 25. of
Seattle, Wash. In Germany, at the
Gothic Line. Holds the Silver
Star and Purple Heart.
Pfc. Sidney Haber. 19 of Brook-
lyn. Near Strassbouig. Attached
to the 7th Army, he captured a
Nazi recently.
Pvt. Ralph H. Jacobs. 24. of
Philadelphia. Pa. On the Italian
front. Purple Heart.
KILLED IN ACTION
Cpl. Alfred Abramowitz, 25. of
Scranton, Pa. In France, at bat-
tle of Cherbourg.
Cpl. Jerome Brenner, 25, of
Youngstown, O. In the Asiatic
area. He was a member of a com-
bat mapping squadron.
Staff Sgt. Charles Brown, 22,
of Framingham, Mass. Over
Bremen, when his Flying Fortress
was shot down. He was a radio
operator and gunner.
Tech. Sgt. Oscar Chaifetz, 30,
of the Bronx. In the European
area.
Pfc. Isaac Cohen, 27, of Boston,
Mass. At Anzio, by shrapnel from
a Nazi strafing plane.
CAPT. HARRY LEHMAN
WRITES LETTER HOME
Pfc. Allan M. Good, 20, of
Chicago, 111. In France. By ma-
chine gun fire, a week after he'd
been wounded. Purple Heart.
Lt. Philip A. Greifer, 29, of the
Bronx. In France.
Pfc. Irwin Horowits, 23, of New
Haven, Conn. In France, while
serving with an anti-tank unit.
Tech. 5 G Jacob Kaplan. 27. of
Baltimore. Md. In France. Post-
humously awarded the Purple
Heart.
Pfc. Benjamin Levin, 22. of
Philadelphia. Pa. European area.
Staff Sgt. Hyman Levin*. 27,
of Los Angeles, Cal. In France.
His father was killed in World
War I.
Capt. Harry W. Lehman wrote
friends here an interesting letter,
part of which is reprinted below.
He enlisted shortly after Pearl
Harbor, and subsequently gradu-
ated from OCS at Miami Beach,
ranking at the head of his class.
His wife, Florence, is residing
at 1005 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach. Prior to his entering the
service, Capt. Lehman was a
partner of Morris Kanter in the
Cantley Lumber Company.
Somewhere in India
September 4, 1944.
Dear Morris:
Just a few lines to let you
know that I'm feeling okay and
trust this finds you and your
family the same. As you can see
I'm in the Orient and its a very
strange place with stranger peo-
ple and customs.
This should interest you. I had
the occasion to meet some In-
dian Jews and they invited me
to their services. They speak He-
brew and Arabic, not Yiddish.
They are very black and mostly
poor. After the services some
young men asked me to come to
the "Judean Club" which is an
organization composed of young
men and women whose purpose
is to uplift youth. It was "Open
Forum" nite and I was asked
to address them. My topic was
"Zionism in the United States."
It was very well received. On
completion of my address a young
man arose and thanked me for
coming and commented on my
address. He sounded just like an
Oxford graduate. I late spoke to
him and learned that he had
three years of schooling in his
entire life, that he had written
a number of books that were
published, but he gets almost
nothing for his efforts.
Most Jews are employed in a
few factories and are clerks in
offices. They are not merchants.
The average schooling is four
years. In spite of everything, in-
telligence is written all over
their faces. They are under-
nourished, not properly housed
or clothed, also too orthodox.
Their only salvation is Palestine.
Here they are kept down.
If anyone ever tells you that
we Jews don't need a homeland
show him this letter. Of course
we Jews in America don't need
another home, but it is the sel-
fish person that only thinks of
himself. It is the Jews all over
the rest of the world that need
opportunity.
Sgt. Morris Klass spent a fur-
lough here with his family the
past week.
Lt. Irving Rotfort spent several
days here with his wife, relatives
and friends before going on to
Texas to receive further training.
He has just returned from 14
months overseas duty.
Cpl. John Meyer, 39. of San '
Francisco, Cal. In France.
Pvt. Arthur L. Rose, 24, of the
Bronx. In the Normandy invasion
on D Day.
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Geneva (JTA)The first au-
thentic report on the situation ot
the Jews in Budapest and other
seetions of Hungary since last
March, when the German Army
occupied the country, reached
here this week. The report was
smuggled out of Budapest.
The Germans," the report
says, "entered Hungary on March
21, 1944 and immediately started
the segregation of Jews into
ghettos. This was followed by
mass-deportations of Jews, so
that by the middle of July not
a single Jew remained in the
Hungarian part of Transylvania,
in the Carpathian section of the
country and in southern Hun-
gary- Mot*-' than 600,000 Jews in
these provinces were deported
within a period of two months,
most of them to the extermina-
tion camp of Oswiecim, in Ger-
man-occupied Poland.
CELLO ARTIST WILL BE
HEARD OVERW OAM
Leonard Rose, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rose, 703 W. Flagta
St.. will achieve additional re-
cognition in Ins rise to fame hs
week when he plays m CarnegH
Hall Saturday evening and sun-
day afternoon as one in a series
of four noted artists. Leonard re-
ceived his early schooling and
cello instruction here and tnen
studied at the Curtis Institute.
His program will be heard over
station WQAM at 3 o clock Sun-
day as one of the concerts which
this month features Jascha Heit-
etz Nathan Milstein and Fritz
Kreisler. His mother will be in
New York to hear the recital.
Their 53rd wedding anniversary
was observed January 3 by Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Cohen, of the
Tudor Hotel. She is the former
Frances Ulitz.
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^j-710 S. W. 12th AV. MJAMI-j
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
DINNER DANCE GIVEN
BY HADASSAH IAN. 9
Mrs. Harry Rubin and Mrs.
George Chertkof co-chairmen an-
nounce that plans for the Senior
Chapter of Hadassah's annual
dinner dance, a mam event of
the vear's activities, have been
completed. The Latin Quarter has
been chosen the place and Tues-
day evening. January 9. as the
date. Advance reservations must
hi- made, and may be secured by
1 calling Mrs. Harold Spaet. 6-2012;
I Mrs. Harrv Platoff, 5-0163; or
Mrs. George Chertkof. 3-7223.
Phyllis Jean, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal.
spent the holidays with her par-
ents and has returned to Tus-
calusa. where she is enrolled at
the University of Alabama.
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
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OBITUARIES
JOEL SUSSMAN
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Freeman
an spending a ten day visit with
Mrs Freeman's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Lionel Cassel. 1619 Lenox
Ave., Miami Beach,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper are
new at their home, 1274 s. W.
6th St.. whore thi y art
vales ng ft i a recent illness
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N.
E. 10th St. Krlilu) -
at 8:15 II. in Rabbi Saul B. Applebaum
will speak on "I Am Thai I An
bath mo ervicea at II o clock
il Appelbiium will -:".ik "ii the
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BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
servative. 761 -list St.. Miami Beach.
Filda> evi al 15 p. m
Rabbi Leon Kromsh will Bpet
"Amvrii an Hi While W I
Jewrj Burn! Vn One* Shabbai will
follow, ll Mm ii i:
Mm Louis Goldman a
Cantor Louii Hayman
.ml lead thi i
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REGULAR MEET IAN. 8
Tin- Senior Chapter of Hadas-
sari will hold as regular monthly
meeting on M nday, January H.
;it 2 p. m. in the Atlantis Hotel,
Miami Beach. A program will !><
presi nted and refreshmenta
si rvi d.
FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1945
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RESIGNSJIS POST
New York (JTA)Rabbi Sam-
uel M. Cohen, pioneer in Jewish
education for the past quarter
century and leading authority on
the organization of religious life
in American Jewish communities,
resigned this week as executive
director of the United Synagogue
of America, a post in which he
has served for twenty-eight years
it was announced here.
Rabbi Cohen, who, himself has
organized 150 conceptions
throughout the country, first
came to the United Synagogue in
1917 when it consisted of only
40 congregations. Today, this or-
ganization, which is a federation
of synagogues, consists of more
than 1,200 affiliated congrega-
tions, including sisterhoods, men's
clubs and young people's leagues.
SPINOZA FORUM WILL
HAVE A BOOK REVIEW
For the first Saturday of the
New Year the Spinoza Forum will
have a book review about the
life of the great Russian com-
poser, Dmitry Shostakovich, who
wrote his remarkable 7th sym-
phony, while acting as an air
warden in Leningrad, during the
Germans bombardment of the
city. Prof. Edward Clarke, of the
University of Miami will review
Victor Seroff's "The Life of
Dmitry Shostakovich.
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rJewisli fhoridian
PAGE THREE


ALEC TEMPLETON WILL1 JEWISH S. S. BUREAU IS LUNCHEON AND GAME TRAIL RED CROSS NOW

PLAY AT WHITE TEMPLE
j January 23, 8:30 p. m.. the
AmericanMewish Congress, joint-
i ly with Miss Ruth Brotman. will
sponsor a concert at the White
Temple Auditorium presenting
Alec Templeton, world renowned
blind pianist.
Tickets are on sale in Miami
[at Burdine's Department Store.
' Philpitts, Walgreen's Drug Store,
A Cross Drug Store and in Mi-
J ami Beach at Saks Fifth Avenue.
I El Encanto, Roney Plaza Hotel,
Miami Beach Radio Cu.. and
Morris Bros. Department Store.
Price of admission will be
$1.50-3.50 plus tax. For further
information call Miss Ruth Brot-
man 5-3042 or Mrs. Emanuel
Baskind 58-2064.
M. B. SERVICE LEAGUE
IN FIRST 1945 MEETING
The first meeting for the 1945
season of the Miami Beach Serv-
ice League will be held on Mon-
day, Jan. 15, at 1:30 at the Miami
Beach YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln
Road.
There will be a report of the
nominating committee and elec-
tion of officers for the coming
year.
Chairmen will give reports on
the activities in which the League
engaged in 1944 and plans will be
formulated for an extended pro-
gram for 1945 for servicing the
military personnel in the area.

IN NEED OF RADIO
The Jewish Social Service
Bureau is requesting as a serv-
ice to one of its constituents the
use of a radio for the next three
months. The lady wanting the
radio is here because of ill
health and is lonely. The Bu-
reau feels that anyone who can
render this service can do
much for the morale of this in-
dividual. They are asked to con-
tact the Bureau at 3-5377.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
TO SPONSOR REVIEW
A membership tea and book re-
view sponsored by the Sisterhood
of Beth Sholom Center will be
held on Wednesday, January 17,
at the home of Mrs. Robert Nor-
din, 5441 Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Jack J. Falk, prominent Mi-
ami Beach school teacher, will
present the review. Mrs. Camille
Baum, Mrs. Eve Schmerin. Mrs.
Fay Schaeffer and Mrs. Rell
Tobin will act as hostesses. Mem-
bers and guests are invited to the
affair, which will begin at 1:30
p. m.
PARTY BY AUXILIARY
Reservations for the luncheon
and game party which the B'nai
B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary will stage
January 30 at the Copa Cabana
Club are coming in at a gratify-
ing rate, Mrs. Jack Fein, chair-
man of the committee in charge,
announces. Owing to the limited
capacity of the club, those wish-
ing to be accommodated should
make their reservations as early
as possible, by contacting Mrs.
Jack Fein, 5-7100; Mrs. Sam Sil-
ver. 9-1285; or Mrs. Milton Fried-
man. 2-2304.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
guest speaker at the regular
meeting of the organization to be
held January 18 at 1:30 p. m. in
the Miami Beach YM & WHA. 1
Lincoln Rd. All members are
urged to attend and bring their
friends. Refreshments will be
served.
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of
Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauder-
dale, will speak on "Ask the Rab-
bi" at regular Friday night serv-
ices at the Temple. 1801 S. An-
drews Ave. Questions for in-
formal answer are invited.
LUNCHEON CLUB IS A
NEW BEACH ADDITION
The latest acquisition of the
Beach District is a luncheon club
that meets each Wednesday from
12:30 noon to 1:30 at the Edsinger
Hotel, 11th and Ocean Drive.
Conceived by Alex Van Straat-
en, this club was brought into
being as one of the first steps
by the new president. Dr. Louis
Lytton. He plans for it to serve
the Zionist program for a greater
spread of information for the re-
demption of Jalestine as a Jewish
commonwealth.
OF MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Comptroller's Call. December 30th. 1944
RESOURCES
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks $ 5,449,083.51
United States Government
Securities ........................
Municipal Bonds
Railroad Bonds
13,529,133.04
118,000.00
550.00 $19,096,766.55
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank
Loans and Discounts .
F. H. A. Insured Mortgages .......
First Mortgages on Improved
Real Estate ............
2.565,251.04
5,278.26
15.000.00
30,000.00 2.600.529.30
Furniture and Fixtures ........
Other Assets ..
Overdrafts...............................
37,490.03
40,328.35
60.33
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock ...................-................... 12M22-22
Surplus ..........-............................... 400.000.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves. 316,052.10
Deposits
21,790.174.56
816,052.10
20,974.122.46
21.790.174.56
DIRECTORS
SAMUEL BLANK
President, National Brand*. Inc.
OUY W. ELLIS
Executive Vice Praaldant
Lincoln Road Aaaociatlon
OEORQE GOLDBERG
Ratirad
BENJAMIN N. KANE
Vice Praaldant of Bank
MARCIE LIBERMAN
Vica Praaldant of Bank
HAROLD KASSEWITZ
Attorney
ALEXANDER ORR. JR.
Praaldant, Alexander Orr, Jr.. In
JUDSON L. OWEN
Prealdant of Bank
Director, Pirat National Bank
In Palm Beach
OEORQE A. PRICE
Prealdant, Royal Palm
Furniture Factoriea
OFFICERS
JUDSON L. OWEN
Prealdant
MARCIE LIBERMAN
Vlca Praaldant
BENJAMIN N. KANE
Vlca Praaldant
EDW. MERCER
Vice Preaident
R. W. POLLARD
Aaat. Caahlar
O. B. HUDSON
Aaat. Caehier
IN NEW QUARTERS
The Trail Red Cross Sewing
and Knitting Center, last main-
tained at 1715 S. W. 8th St.. has
moved to its new quarters in
room 206 of the Shenandoah
Elementary School, 1023 S. W.
21st Ave., Mrs. Louis Kotkin,
chairman, revealed this week.
The Center is open on Mondays,
Tuesdays and Thursdays from
10 a. m. to 4 p. m. and all vol-
unteer workers are welcome.
Mrs. Dave Kleber and Mrs. Al
Reiser are production super-
visors.
U. OF M. LAW ALUMNI
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
M. I. O. C. HONORED BY
VISIT OF RABBI PINCUS
Rabbi Philip Pincus. executive
director of the Rabbinical Col-
lege of Telshe, will be guest
speaker at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W.
17th Ave., at services Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock. Rabbi
Pincus, eminent scholar and
speaker, will discuss a current
topic.
BOND RALLY. DANCE TO
BE HELD JANUARY 21
The Bond Rally and Dance of
the Miami Y.M. and Y.W.H.A.
which is to be held at the Police-
men's Benevolent Hall on Sun-
day evening, January 21, will be
an extraordinary event, the or-
ganization stated.
For the past several weeks a
cast at the "Y" has been rehears-
ing for a one hour floor show that
will take place that evening.
Bobby Rubinstein is in charge of
the floor show and promises
many surprises. Comedy, songs
and dances will be featured.
Larry Grossbcrg, chairman of
the affair, advises all persons to
make early reservations at the
"Y" office as a large crowd is
expected.
Officers of University of Miami
law school alumni association to
be installed at a luncheon at 12:15
p. m. Friday are:
President, Amos Benjamin;
first vice president, Dixie H.
Chastain; second vice president,
Victor Levine; treasurer. Ran-
dolph Bell; secretary, David
Phillips, and sergeant at arms.
Wallace Maer. Directors are A.
Pat Cannon, Nicholas Hodsdon.
George S. Okell, Stanley Phillips,
Sam Silver and Webster Wallace.
Webster Wallace is retiring presi-
dent.
M.I.O.C. AWAITS LARGE
CROWD AT PARTY SUN.
A large attendance is expected
at the package party to be given
by the Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
Sunday evening at the Syna-
gogue, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. The
entertainment committee an-
nounces that entertainment and
refreshments will be provided.
Admission will be by packages to
be auctioned off to the highest
bidder, with all the proceeds
going to the Talmud Torah fund.
LEGAL NOTICES
BETH DAVID WOMEN
TO INSTALL OFFICERS
Final plans for the installation
luncheon of Beth David Sister-
hood have been completed. Mrs.
S. B. Miller, chairman, announces.
The allair will take place on
Wednesday, January 17, at 12
noon in the Talmud Torah audi-
torium. Reservations are being
accepted at the office (2-1473).
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest
speaker and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
will serve as toastmistress. Others
on the program include Mrs.
Lewis Brown, installing officer,
Mrs. Max Shapiro, who will de-
liver the invocation, and Mrs.
Isidore Cohen who will present
the benediction. Cantor Abraham
Friedman will entertain the
gathering with songs. Out-going
president, Mrs. H. Oliphant will
deliver her report, followed by
Mrs. Jack August, newly-elected
president, who will bring greet-
ings.
NEW BOARD MEMBERS
ARE ADDED TO A.J.C.
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of
the American Jewish Congress,
announces the appointment of
two new members to the execu-
tive board. Mrs. Leon Kronish
will serve as publicity chairman,
and Mrs. Louis Lytton will act
as chairman of the civic war ac-
tivities program.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1945 +Jewish fhrklton PAGE SEVEN GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep %  Record of Our Men in Serrice ^ FK ^ ^ SERVICE r\ F\ r\ w\ Sgt. Bernard Fox. 26, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox, 1505 N. W. 2th St., recently was awarded the Air Medal for meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight against the enemy. Harvey R. Klein, former University of Miami student, has been graduated from the officer candidate department of the transportation corps school, New Orleans Army air base, and commissioned a second lieutenant. He is the son of Herman R. Klein, 303 S. W. 31st Rd. Corp. Louis Dwoskin, Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, is a member of the 328th field artillery battalion with the Fifth Army in Italy, which has repelled several recent German counter attacks on the Italian front south of Bologna. Tech. Sgt. Sidney Z. Schwartz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, 1870 S. W. Sixth St.. was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross in recent ceremonies at the AAF Convalescent hospital, Don Ce-Sar place, St. Petersburg. Formerly in the restaurant business in Miami, Sgt. Schwartz completed 55 missions in B-25 Mitchell medium bombers in the China-Burma-India theater. He was a radio operator-gunner and mechanic. He received the Air Medal within Oak Leaf Cluster. Alton Rohiniky, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rohinsky, 3134 S. W. 21st St., who is serving with the veteran 306th Bombardment group in England as a radio operator, has been promoted to staff sergeant. Tech. 5th Gr. Stanley J. Newmark. former student of Miami Beach High school and the University of Michigan, spent the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Newmark, Jr.. 1611 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, while on furlough from Camp Chaffee, Ark. He will report to Carlisle, Pa., to attend officer candidate school in the medical administration corps. 1ft Lt. Jack Abbott has been promoted to captain, according to word received here. He has been overseas almost two years, and was last heard from in France. I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S CALENDAR Monday: Discussion Group. 8 p. m., Miami Boarh YM & YHA, Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Turnday: Choir rehearsal, 8 p. m.. Miami Beach Jewish Community Cenler. 141B Euclid Ave, Cantor Emanuel Barkan. Wednesday: Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. in. Miami Beach YM & YHA; Study Group. •'The Reconatructionist Movement." 9 p. m.. Miami Beach YM & WHA, Chaplain Saul Kraft. Friday : Sabbath Services, 8 p. m.. Chaplain Saul Kraft, Miami Beach YM & WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller, Polnclana Hotel. 1665 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat. refreshments served by hostesses from the Miami Beach Service League; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky, Chapel No. 3, Boca Raton Field: JWB Oneg Shabbat, refresments served by hostesses from the Miami Service League. Saturday : Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami Beach YM & WHA, refreshments served by Miami Beach Service League; Servicemen's dance, 8 p. m., Miami YM & YWHA, 1567 S. W. 6th St.. refreshments served by Miami Service League. Sunday : Servicemen's Dance. I p. m., Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, refreshments served by eenior hostesses. FORMER ATTORNEY IS NOW MADE A CAPTAIN Lt. Stanley Ratner, son of Mrs. Mathilda Ratner, cabled his mother this week that he had arrived at an undisclosed destination overseas. Another son. Cadet Nathan Ratner, is stationed at Altus. Okla. Bernard A. Frank, former Miami attorney, has been promoted to captain in the India-Burma theater of operations. His parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank, and a sister, Charlotte Ann, reside at 1233 10th St., Miami Beach. Capt. Frank is assigned to the Base Judge Advocate's office a' a large American Army base in Assam. He fills such duties as assistant staff judge advocate, legal assistance officer and trial judge advocate for general and special court martials. A former member of the University of Miami national and intercollegiate tennis championship team, he has been stationed in the India-Burma theater for 18 months. He is authorized to wear •he Asiatic-Pacific ribbon with one bronze star. SERKIN RECUPERATING AT BEA CH H OSPITAL Staff Sgt. Charles Serkin. eldest of Miami's five Serkin brothers in the Army, is at the AAF Convalescent hospital at Miami Beach, where he is recuperating from a shoulder injury received in the Southwest Pacific Holder of a president unit citation with two oak leaf clusters Charles served for 32 months in the Southwest Pacific. A graduate of Miami High school, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Serkin, 2676 N. W. 62nd St. Brother Sol is a radio operator, aerial gunner with a B-29 outfit overseas; Bernie is a supply sergeant at Sebring AAF; Manuel is a private first class in the infantry, and Isidor. youngest, is a private first class in the infantry, fighting in Luxembourg at last report. Major Ansen I. Reisen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reisen, 1676 James Ave., Miami Beach, has received a promotion and is now Lieutenant Colonel. Col. Reisen is serving in Iceland where he has been for the past year and one-half, in connection with the Ad juntant. General's office. He is a graduate of Miami High School and of the law school of the University of Florida. SGT. WASSERMAN IN STORY OF FRENCH LIFE Fill Out This Coupon and Moil To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida Name Home Address... Birth Date -Serial No._ Street .BirthplaceCity State Civilian Occupation Date Entry In Service City State Marital Status Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress Information Transmitted by Telephone number Date -Discharged —Rank or Rating. In a letter received recently by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wasserman, 930 S. W. 7th St.. datelined "somewhere in France," Sgt. Robert Samuel Wasserman describes some of the rigours of his life. He has been overseas 3'/4 years as a member of the famed Fourth Armored Division which trained at Pine Camp, New York. Spearheading the Third Army's advance across France, the Fourth smashed enemy equipment and captured 15,000 prisoners in a few weeks of lightening attack, earning from the Germans the title of Supermen." Sgt. Wasserman tells of a beautiful Jewish synagogue in a "large city"' in which he was billeted which had been used as a Red Cross hospital by the enemy before they were driven out. The men demonstrated their generous and gallant attitude towards the unfortunate victims of the Nazis by contributing their own personal funds for its repair. Lt. Ixiy Mayers spent the holiday weekend with his parents and friends and returned to Atlanta. Buy More War Bonds! The need is greater than ever. Devoting This Pag* to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Mad* Possible Through the Co-operation of COWEN'S SHOE STORES 15S E. Flagler St. — Wl Lincem Rd. JACK C. JAYSON Miami PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 76 S. E. 1st Street J. RUBIN SONS—Oriainal Rubins 14S N. Miami Avenue ROTH & HAYS Manufacturers Agents Langford Bldg. MONTE SELIG Miami Florida ROSED ALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 170 N. W. Fifth Street RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC 160 E. Flagler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 1S8 E. Flagler Street Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road WOUNDED IN ACTION Pvt. Heiiry F. Frank. 25, of Newark, N. J. In Italy. Private Frank was wounded in the drive on Rome. Capt. Lewish Goldheim. 34, of Baltimore, Md. In France. Capt. Goldheim was reported missing in action earlier this year. Captured by the Germans when wounded, he was recaptured by the Allies on his birthday. Aug. 4th. Tech. Sgt. Richard J. Gordon, 24, of Hartford, Conn. At Noenfor. New Guinea. Received the Purple Heart. Pfc. Walter Griminger, 22, of Peoria, III. European area. Purple Heart. Lt. Edwin O. Guthman. 25. of Seattle, Wash. In Germany, at the Gothic Line. Holds the Silver Star and Purple Heart. Pfc. Sidney Haber. 19 of Brooklyn. Near Strassbouig. Attached to the 7th Army, he captured a Nazi recently. Pvt. Ralph H. Jacobs. 24. of Philadelphia. Pa. On the Italian front. Purple Heart. KILLED IN ACTION Cpl. Alfred Abramowitz, 25. of Scranton, Pa. In France, at battle of Cherbourg. Cpl. Jerome Brenner, 25, of Youngstown, O. In the Asiatic area. He was a member of a combat mapping squadron. Staff Sgt. Charles Brown, 22, of Framingham, Mass. Over Bremen, when his Flying Fortress was shot down. He was a radio operator and gunner. Tech. Sgt. Oscar Chaifetz, 30, of the Bronx. In the European area. Pfc. Isaac Cohen, 27, of Boston, Mass. At Anzio, by shrapnel from a Nazi strafing plane. CAPT. HARRY LEHMAN WRITES LETTER HOME Pfc. Allan M. Good, 20, of Chicago, 111. In France. By machine gun fire, a week after he'd been wounded. Purple Heart. Lt. Philip A. Greifer, 29, of the Bronx. In France. Pfc. Irwin Horowits, 23, of New Haven, Conn. In France, while serving with an anti-tank unit. Tech. 5 G Jacob Kaplan. 27. of Baltimore. Md. In France. Posthumously awarded the Purple Heart. Pfc. Benjamin Levin, 22. of Philadelphia. Pa. European area. Staff Sgt. Hyman Levin*. 27, of Los Angeles, Cal. In France. His father was killed in World War I. Capt. Harry W. Lehman wrote friends here an interesting letter, part of which is reprinted below. He enlisted shortly after Pearl Harbor, and subsequently graduated from OCS at Miami Beach, ranking at the head of his class. His wife, Florence, is residing at 1005 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach. Prior to his entering the service, Capt. Lehman was a partner of Morris Kanter in the Cantley Lumber Company. Somewhere in India September 4, 1944. Dear Morris: Just a few lines to let you know that I'm feeling okay and trust this finds you and your family the same. As you can see I'm in the Orient and its a very strange place with stranger people and customs. This should interest you. I had the occasion to meet some Indian Jews and they invited me to their services. They speak Hebrew and Arabic, not Yiddish. They are very black and mostly poor. After the services some young men asked me to come to the "Judean Club" which is an organization composed of young men and women whose purpose is to uplift youth. It was "Open Forum" nite and I was asked to address them. My topic was "Zionism in the United States." It was very well received. On completion of my address a young man arose and thanked me for coming and commented on my address. He sounded just like an Oxford graduate. I late spoke to him and learned that he had three years of schooling in his entire life, that he had written a number of books that were published, but he gets almost nothing for his efforts. Most Jews are employed in a few factories and are clerks in offices. They are not merchants. The average schooling is four years. In spite of everything, intelligence is written all over their faces. They are undernourished, not properly housed or clothed, also too orthodox. Their only salvation is Palestine. Here they are kept down. If anyone ever tells you that we Jews don't need a homeland show him this letter. Of course we Jews in America don't need another home, but it is the selfish person that only thinks of himself. It is the Jews all over the rest of the world that need opportunity. Sgt. Morris Klass spent a furlough here with his family the past week. Lt. Irving Rotfort spent several days here with his wife, relatives and friends before going on to Texas to receive further training. He has just returned from 14 months overseas duty. Cpl. John Meyer, 39. of San Francisco, Cal. In France. Pvt. Arthur L. Rose, 24, of the Bronx. In the Normandy invasion on D Day. keep tftesn in. C/OUA MEDICINE CABINET jglkaSehzer Jrr Alk-S.ltir foe Matties, AtM I^i-tl.n. rieusat prompt, ewejjya jg u4 Me. ONEQDAY TAMIN O. TABLET NOW OPEN VICTOR HOTEL AND DINING ROOM Ocean Drive at 12th Street Managed and Operated By D. ROSNER PHONE 5-0041 Miami Beach Dietary Laws Strictly Observed at low east Tablets. A ud l th. mr box. B Mlll NERVIN. 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I PAGE EIGHT frlf f Tf n ^ tMwn „ m Geneva (JTA)—The first authentic report on the situation ot the Jews in Budapest and other seetions of Hungary since last March, when the German Army occupied the country, reached here this week. The report was smuggled out of Budapest. •The Germans," the report says, "entered Hungary on March 21, 1944 and immediately started the segregation of Jews into ghettos. This was followed by mass-deportations of Jews, so that by the middle of July not a single Jew remained in the Hungarian part of Transylvania, in the Carpathian section of the country and in southern HungaryMOT*-' than 600,000 Jews in these provinces were deported within a period of two months, most of them to the extermination camp of Oswiecim, in German-occupied Poland. CELLO ARTIST WILL BE HEARD OVERW OAM Leonard Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose, 703 W. Flagta St.. will achieve additional recognition in Ins rise to fame hs week when he plays m CarnegH Hall Saturday evening and sunday afternoon as one in a series of four noted artists. Leonard received his early schooling and cello instruction here and tnen studied at the Curtis Institute. His program will be heard over station WQAM at 3 o clock Sunday as one of the concerts which this month features Jascha Heitetz Nathan Milstein and Fritz Kreisler. His mother will be in New York to hear the recital. Their 53rd wedding anniversary was observed January 3 by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen, of the Tudor Hotel. She is the former Frances Ulitz. DUIMIUil ^j-710 S. W. 12th AV. MJAMI-j "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME DINNER DANCE GIVEN BY HADASSAH IAN. 9 Mrs. Harry Rubin and Mrs. George Chertkof co-chairmen announce that plans for the Senior Chapter of Hadassah's annual dinner dance, a mam event of the vear's activities, have been completed. The Latin Quarter has been chosen the place and Tuesday evening. January 9. as the date. Advance reservations must himade, and may be secured by 1 calling Mrs. Harold Spaet. 6-2012; I Mrs. Harrv Platoff, 5-0163; or Mrs. George Chertkof. 3-7223. Phyllis Jean, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal. spent the holidays with her parents and has returned to Tuscalusa. where she is enrolled at the University of Alabama. In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami ..... M. .,-,:. Rl % %  > % %  'OBITUARIES JOEL SUSSMAN Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Freeman an spending a ten day visit with Mrs Freeman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Cassel. 1619 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper are new at their home, 1274 s. 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Cohen, pioneer in Jewish education for the past quarter century and leading authority on the organization of religious lif e in American Jewish communities, resigned this week as executive director of the United Synagogue of America, a post in which he has served for twenty-eight years it was announced here. Rabbi Cohen, who, himself has organized 150 conceptions throughout the country, first came to the United Synagogue in 1917 when it consisted of only 40 congregations. Today, this organization, which is a federation of synagogues, consists of more than 1,200 affiliated congregations, including sisterhoods, men's clubs and young people's leagues. SPINOZA FORUM WILL HAVE A BOOK REVIEW For the first Saturday of the New Year the Spinoza Forum will have a book review about the life of the great Russian composer, Dmitry Shostakovich, who wrote his remarkable 7th symphony, while acting as an air warden in Leningrad, during the Germans bombardment of the city. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1945 + knistikriJic*n PAGE FIVE POSTPONED PARTY TO BE HELD FEBRUARY 8TH The-Women's Division of he American Jewish Congress wishes to extend an apology to its many friends who were inconvenienced by the postponement of the "Every Member Bring a Member Party" which was to have been held at the Terrace Restaurant Thursday, December 28. The restaurant was sold the night prior to the party, and it was impossible to make other arrangements on such short notice. Tickets will be honored on Thursday, February 8, when the party will be held at a place to be announced. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, Director of Education and reviewer for the "Friday Review" will give a fifteen minute lecture on portions of the new highly informative book "The Gentlemen Speak of Peace" by Ziff prior to all future book review meetings. The reviews are scheduled for the second and fourth Friday of the month at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Subscriptions are on sale for $4 for the ten remaining reviews. Single admissions are 50c. DENVER HOSPITAL HAS INTERESTING ANALYSIS For every three new patients admitted to the National Jewish Hospital at Denver (Col.) since Pearl Harbor, because of rejection by the army at induction centers for previously unknown tuberculosis, one has been admitted because of tuberculosis developed while serving in the army, it was revealed in the 45th annual medical report of the institution, a free interfaith medical center for the tuberculous poor opened in 1899 by B'nai B'rith. BETH SHOLOM TO HOLD SMOKER FOR NEW MEN New members of Beth Sholom Center will be honored at a men's smoker to be held Wednesday, January 10, at 8 p. m. in the Ellis Social Hall of the Center. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. WHEN NERVOUS HEADACHES PESTER ME I FIND THAT MILES NERVINE HELPS NERVOUS TENSION TO RELAX f>*H AND LEAVES ME *S^ CALM,$ERENE { W HEN Functional Nervous Disturbances such as Sleeplessness, Crankiness, Excitability, Restlessness or Nervous Headache interfere with your work or spoil your good times, take 1 Dr. Miles Nervine [(Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) Nervous Tension can make you Wakeful, Jittery, Irritable Nervous Tension can cause Nervous Headache and Nervous Indigestion. In times like these, we are more likely than usual to become overwrought and nervous and to wish for a good sedative. Dr. Miles Nervine is a good sedative •—mild but effective. If you do not use Dr. Miles' Nervine you can't know what it will do for you. It conies in liquid and Effervescent Tablet form, both equally soothing to tense and over-wrought nerves. WHY DONT YOU TRY ITJ 4Eet it at your drag store, Effervescent tablets 35* and 75*. liquid 25* and $1.00. Read directions and use only as directed. MIAMI BEACH REALTOR OPENS MIAMI OFFICE Announcement was made this week by M. Giller, realtor, 1448 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, that he has opened an office in Miami at 140 N. E. First Ave. In making the announcement Giller said: "The necessity of opening a Miami office in addition to the office already established on Miami Beach was brought about by the many requests of our clients for investments in Miami. I am of the opinion that their interests can best be served by having an office here." Giller reports sales at his Miami Beach office for December reached a total of $251,000. The sales included the Hy-Mor apartment house, 820 Euclid Ave., which sold to a New York apar'ment house operator by Sylvia Bornstein and Jean Fox for S93.500. The Hy-Mor contains 32 units. During the present holiday lull in the real estate market Mr. Giller is making plans for a very active early spring demand for hotels, apartments, homes and lots, and other income property and businesses. He has increased his office and sales force and has prepared his records so he can give complete information on all available properties that are on the market for sale to the large number of buyers who are expected to come here right after the holidays. B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN INSTALL JANUARY 14 The B'nai B'rith Young Women will hold their installation at an informal dinner at the George Washington Hotel, January 14, at eight o'clock. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation. Mrs. Shapiro, the rabbi's wife, will install the following girls: president, Mrs. Jack J. Rosen; first vice president, Miss Dolly Pont; second vice president. Mrs. Al Grossman; recording secretary, Mrs. Howard Feldman; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Edythe Rich Magaziner; treasurer. Miss Yvette Rosenbaum; board of directors, Mrs. Sam Grapeman, Mrs. Dave Stotland, Miss Sue Berger, Miss Paula Horowitz. Miss Toby Stepkin, Yeoman 1st Class Minnie Freedman. Miss Diana Jaffee and Miss Ethel Pont, past president. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Finkel. San Marino Island, Miami Beach, had visiting with them for the holidays their son Leonard, of Bronx, N. Y. BALLANTINES ALE C America'i Finest Since 1840 DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. *&£ DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripure ^ Water CELIVEFEO TC "OUF HOME CAllO* B0T7..f 60c -ASE or siTABLE aoTT.Ei 75: Piuj Botv Oioojil PHONE 2 4128 VI K>Iso \.Ri rn^ on House Cooler Corp. COOLING AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS Upt FOR HOMES AND COMMERCIAL USES Expert Engineering Service Without Obligation Ask Our Many Friends Who Hare One 242 S. W. 5th 8t Phone 24433 "IL TROVATORE" BEING PRESENTED BY GUILD On January 4, 6 and 8th, the Opera Guild is presenting "II Trovatore" by Verdi at the Miami Senior High School Concert Hall. Four renowned artists will be featured, including Prima Donna Gertrude Ribla, a protege of Toscaninni; Frank Richards, baritone, and Eleanor Knapp, mezzo-soprano, both of the San Carlo Opera Company; and Irma Cooper, of Chicago and New York. A local chorus of 60 odd voices trained by Dr. Arturo di Filippi will supplement the regular company, assisted by part of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Dr. Modeste Alloo will conduct the orchestra, which is under the artistic direction of Dr. di Filippi. Tickets for the performances, which will begin at 8:15, may be purchased at Burdincs Book Store or at the box office. SISTERHOOD TO HAVE PARTY AT BLACKSTONE The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will sponsor a dessert luncheon and card party on Thursday. January 11 at the Blackstone Hotel, Washington at 9th St., Miami Beach. The affair, starting at one o'clock, is the second in a series of game parties staged by the organization. Reservations are one dollar and visitors are welcome. LAUDERDALE SERVICES Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, will continue his series of talks on the subject "Ask the Rabbi" at regular Friday night services at the Temple, 1801 S. Andrews. Keep on buying War Bonds. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious Dame of TAMIAMI REFRIGERATOR SUPPLY at 1890 S. W. 8th St., Miami. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade Countv. Florida. MARK O. KAPLAN MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicant. 12/8-15-22-39 1/5 NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BUSINESS SALES CO. at 974 W. Flagler St., Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRED A. TRACY Sole Owner LEON KAPLAN Attorney for Applicant 12/8-15-22-29 1/6 H. E. LEICHENGER Tax Consultant Announces the opening of his office Lincoln Drexel Bldg. 1655 Drexel Avenue Miami Beach Engagement by Appointment Only PHONE 5-4452 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM ISM N. W. 7th St. Ph. B-7301 But car* for chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANEL BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prices %  gsfjaj Large Beautiful Qroundssaans Home Cooked Kosher Meals KOHL'S 29 N. E. 11th Street. Miami Reasonable Rates for Room and Board. Special attention to private parties. Unwanted Hair Removed In the Newest and Speediest Method Known —Short Wave Radio Frequency— We specialize In removing hair from the facs, arms and lags. Results Guaranteed IRENE GOODMAN 530 Lincoln Road Phone 58-2997 Your Blood Deposit... __ Like Money in the BankDraw on it in case of need • GIVE NOW-CALL RUDY ADLER 5-5319 For Appointment LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PLYMOUTH I'OULTRY CO.. of Miami, Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida. MAX GOLDMAN JACK PENN Owners. 1/3-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged in business under the fictitious name of STANDARD MERCANTILE CO.. 703 W. Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, and Intend to register the said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court <>f Dade County, Florida. HARRY GREENBERO HENRY GREENBERG 12 29 r,-12-19-26 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage In business under the fictitious name of MAGIC CITY BOTTLE AND SUPPLY at 222 Northwest 27th Street, Miami. Florida, intend to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ISAAC EMMER ISIDOR BERKOWITZ MYERS & H El MAN Attorneys for Applicants 12/29 l/:.-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Is engaged in busineas under the fictitious name of YOUNG'S BANDWICH 8HOP at 422 N Miami Ave.. Miami. Florida, and Intend to register the said ficititious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRITZ YOUNG HARRY KATKoVSKY BILVER, KAPLAN A DIETZ Attorneys for Applicants 12/8-13-22-29 1/5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROXY GRILLE at 1807 B. W. 8th Street. Miami, Florida, Intends to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County. Florida. JACK KAUFMANABE ROSENTHAL MYERS & HEIMAN. Attorneys for Applicants. 12/8-16-22-29 1/5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ofTHEMARHOR ATiRrnN T S121 N. W. 3rd Aver -'•">* la ,„. tend to reglsterm, Mass. > with the Clerk of, his Flying Fortrt of Dade County ggjggg^ £ ABRAM WASHERMAN Owners. DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants. 12/8-15-22-29 1/5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of "THE SEA SIDE," 7118 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GOLDIE F. BLACK 7118 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Florida MORRIS BERICK Attorney for Goldie F. Black 605 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida. 12/8-15-22-29 1/5 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457—Acts of 1935 File A 8667 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Joseph Stern holder of State and County Tax Certificate No. 6213 Issued the 5th day of June. AD. 1939. has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property in the County of Dade. State of Florida, to-wlt: I>.t [J. Block 18, City of Miami South, pui Book B, Page 41. in the County of Dade, State of Florida. Tiie assessment of said property under the said certificate eras in the of Louis Leiffer. Unless said certificate shall be redei in.id according to law, the propdescribed therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in the month of February, 1945, which is the ''th day of February. 1945, dated this .'7th day of December, 1944. E B l.KATllF.UMAN. Clerk of circuit Court, I Hole County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal I By I. M. JOHNSON, D. C. 12/29 1/5-12-19 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE 38750 Notice is hereby given that John H. Mann holder of City of Miami Tax Certificate Numbered 944. dated the 1st day of June. AD. 1942 has filed Bald Certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon in accordance with law. Raid Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County. Florida, to-wit: Lot 6, Block 11. Buena Vista Gardens, Plat Book 5, Page 45, in the City of Miami, County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate issued was In the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 17th day of January, A.D. 1945. Dated this 12th day of December, A.D. 1944. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Cfturt, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By L. M. JOHNSON, D. e. 12/15-22-29 1/5-12 Buy Bonds now. 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PAGE TWO 9-Jmistncridlar FRIDAY, JANUARY 12. 1945 BIRTHS ENGAGEMENT Mr and Mrs. Solomon Lipstadt. 610 Eighth St.. Miami Beach, are the parents of a daughter born January 3rd at St. Francis hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kaabe. 1418 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, an. nounce the birth of January 4 at St. Francis hospital Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trachtenl>org, 1335 Penns; V.-, Miami Bead of a son on J BRISM The Brism f Capl and Mrs. Nathan Gins urg Mr. i i S. M. %  1. PERSONALS DEADLINE All material for the social and organizational columns of The Jewish Floridian will be accepted only until 5 p. m. Tuesday. WEDDINGS r i. Mi : rS .both 7, rated with for their 1 £ Mr and Mi -. Mas S 135 Co lins A.f Miai lebrai 1 ir 50th anniversary at a 1 ai :y gr ti> ir h : %  : at '.. Waiters Terrace Sun Capt. Stanley Frehling. his wife and son. have from Colorado Springs spend a week with Mr. Mrs S Blank. 321 Di Lid I, Mian Beach. Following his stay, Frehling will I duty. Mrs. Frehling will .%  in Miami. Maibii I 5 __" S \V. %  i : H in n-Wil C Mr Rubin. > als 1 srrad %  ".: %  Senioi [tending 1 UniI Mi in L hen mi ring ii tntmg ii r :' th( Mian Bi ach Elks .• %  I with Tau Epsi :. Phi fraternity. The .1 v en 1 ndered a rtj y Mrs M I nNi w Year's 1 ehl I I L .. \v T rn %  '. ir bers of both families .-• %  :• 1 Mr. and Mrs 1. uis V 1 l d the man Ev. lyn. to Lt. Arnold :. Kern r, oi N< w v rk City, as [ Decei r 24 Di Ja H K ficiati.). Th( has just 1 1 I Miss :• K tended 1 %  Mr. a VI and le. Is %  re foi M. B. ORGANIZATIONS WILL INS TALL JOINTLY The Arbeiter Ring Branch No fi92 of Greater Miami and the Women's Branch will have a joint installation of officers Sunday 8 p. m. at the Arbeiter R m Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave. Mi ami Beach. H. Zigas will be the guest speaker. Officers for the men's branch are: Finance secretary, Felii Rosenthal; recording secretary Morns Jacobs; treasurer, Divirf Cross; hospitolar M. B., Boris Rif. kind; hospitolar Miami, Charlei Stein; executive board include Isidore Cohen, Mr. and Mr.-.. Simon Kahn, Mrs. Morris Jacobs Mrs. Anna Kaset, Joe Po lack" Ben Silver, C. Weintraub. Sam K.ii/ and Jacobs H. Siegal. The women's branch of 1 ri chair-lady, Becky Levinefinance secretary'. Mrs. M rris ibs; recording secretary, \i rs %  Abel; hospitolar Miami, H J. Siegal; hospitolar M R.j Shi vo Robinowitz; treasurer' Mrs. Boras Rifkind. Mrs. Hy C verman li ft this week to spend • %  %  wi ks in New York visiting -.. : in-la % %  s. B. AND P. WOMEN WILL MEET AT BEACH HOTEL The Busin ss an I Profess W •: n Divisi n 1 will h )ld : _s me rshi on Januarj '.-. at tl Hotel. Mrs. Irving Lehrn guest speaker. Ihi progi begin at 3 p. rr refreshm -.:.. Anr uncement f the betrothal t Miss Sui B rger f rm< r New r %  w living in Miami n I • Will .:-. '•'.' :"n f Tam| : meed mis week, Miss Berger has been here a 9 at Penn C art ts. SI 5 a membei I I B'nai B'rith voung f S center Pvt v.". [fs :. • as salt 1 romotion • y n anas r f r W % %  C ast Army Si • his luction last H %  %  is stati %  %  •. NEW METHODS IN "RES T VE\T OF ASTHMA SINUS BRONCHITIS CATARRH DPI % -AAG '-=• N E. SCTH TER AV Unwanted Hair Removed In the Newest and Speediest Method Known '.': %  • ,•.,.. Rjoio F-eqjency — •' %  : -•. Guaranteed Phjri mi E-3r-se~.nt IRENE GOODMAN C L'-c: R:aa P-:-e .2?97 M. B. PYTHIAN SISTERS HOLDS INSTALLATION Miami Beach Ten pie N %  • ..-.:. Sisters, has 1 nt< r d into • ..:• : their < xistenct Jan.: •. : : -".. ti n of '.:. Malvine Stern as insta ng fficer, ed by c; 1 MeU n. Grand Grand Ti n pie of Fl n.i.i. .-..•..:_ %  as Grand Senior Ja L past D.D.G.C. %  1 M thi r of tl pie, as Grand Manager. New officers t t IMS an Mollie W :• .:, P.C.i E : M.E.C.; Bertha Fn E.S.; at, E J.: Anne Kaplan, M.; Betty El sti in, M A: C Lydia Ai n Rubin. M I F tta Li r r, I' J O.G.; M Stern, : Staff Cor. and l %  %  • %  • ar Temp] R • M %  %  %  ..:i 1 Anna R Kai .-,..%  Past Chief 1 • ted • : ur Past C • 1 :. an. Ruth Kav %  W rshi ::. Th< T< 1 als presented ly gift 1 the ut-g .11M E.C Ri I re s< rved at thi • %  ting rhe 1 I 1 • held Tues lay, J..: I 8:30 p. m., at the regular ting hall. 617 Collins Ave., Beach, Jackie Walters. W ill f 1 %  : ; 3chi r ii r r servicemei .: %  • 1 %  Wai Loan, MEMORIAL SERVICE IS HELD FOR REV. SLUTSKY A memorial service was held lis Slutsky, 11 • lure in '.;'-5 from Chihe had si n 1 d for • years as Hebrew school %  %  r and Shoched. He conduct• the firs; High Holv Day in Miami Beach in the :' a %  • a h hotel. Su 1 % %  • :' rmi d the nucleus r thi first Beach Congregation. Whili pioneering in this work. I • Slul ame affiliated •• Beth David Synagogue in Miami. Recognizing the need : r a Hebn w School, he organthe Beth David schi ol. i :' service, Chi 1 1, r. main:ne thi n 1 r a sh rt time and in, Ariz. fe in 1944 luties and impaired health, ry 22. 1044 return 1 lughter, Mrs. a Miami nt. INSTALLATION DINNER OF B B YOUNG WOMEN The first annual installation banquet oi the B'nai B'rith Yi ung Women of Sholem Lodge will take place Sunday. January 14. at the George Washington Hotel, 5th St. at Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. ADL DIRECTOR LEAVES FOR WORK IN ATLANTA Alexander F. Miller. Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, will leave Miami. January 21 to assume directorship of the newly-organized Southeastern Regional ADL office in Atlanta. Mr. Miller has si rved as director of this office for the past 20 months. Ho has announced that his assistant. Mr. George Talianoff, will assume charge here. The going is getting toucher. Keep buying Bonds. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. A good buy is a War Bond. Buv new and you will be paid later —54 on for every $3 00 STUDY ART Terry School of Fine Art .-%  • A ::y Makei The House" si imng ANNE BAXTER RALPH BELLAMY Aun :.' M Ruth Wan THE BOLDEST LOVE STORY EVER TOLD! Aw-. 1 etrar.gi -. •" tl rt 1 %  .h-f A Ui-.ni • r-Ay has I If -.::-. Uoi •_.. -.. INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE *"RtC T l\E RATES V% R TE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. Pox i?22. M am, 11, Florida Por>e 9-29C3 Renews Beauty Salon :-: CLASS HAIR STYLING MANICURING Specializing in Hair Dyeing and Tinting 1630 Michigan Ave. Miami Beach PHONE 5-5040 MIAMI FURRIERS Incurprrated Storage--Repairing Remodeling AMERICAN BANK BLDG. 139 N. L 1ST ST. ROOM 715-16 PHONE 2-5720 Women's Division AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS Ruth B'rtm.iMamat-nprt ALEC B TEMPLETON WHITE TEMPLE Tues.. Jan. 23—8:30 P. M. T.ek.t. $-.50.2.00.2 50.3 00.3.50 B l ul ,„ L Serv.cemen SV50 at Mi. IP\U, r -D R ,A HAMPTON r,' „ and R d Cr 0 'Kodak Dept.). Phup.tti W US .c Store, e" aine,, W a ; S r ee n's. 200 E. F;a 8 i f r; RnnTJ B o aCh ~ E E "C"tO Store in Ron ty Piaza. Saks Filth A.e • St Ri' Ed d ': New. stuff ._• I Berson Alton Road. Mi. •mi Beach Radio 12 "9 LmcoT^ Ra GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Pret EM.mite. Oivcn I. DGilbrwih Pain! Co. if No An.tr Call 2-5195 Mount Sinai Memorial Park Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery AWn Hotarf n~ A COMM UNTTY CEMETERY 252522235^ yVlottu gjtotltea Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Waehington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach v£t f0r o l 0 }* convenience Moms Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami GOLFERS ATTENTION %  9 ; r, n ^," n akeBrta,pi ; sentin fl j new game of


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PAGE FOUR vjewist fkrkfiar, FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1945 —TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREJ. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder—The Jewish Floridian Called to His Eternal Rest on TEVETH 25th. 5699—JANUARY 16th, 1939 "3o£w-& in U&aAtd. Itte. £eau-e Behind9A to JUv.t SoAeu&i" yjtAktiy eorifldervUat The Jewish Floridi ian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 ^ P hone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1945 TEBET 20. 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 1 REPLACING SILVER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) The Council accepted Dr. Silver's resignation "with ;"i ex pn ssion of appreciation for nw devoted services and his pledge to continued servia It also voted I the executive comi %  %  lish a committee on in ation of policy t< of the 01 Council. 1 I • At tlv i ,1 %  %  ortl lox J : %  • ent expressii lissatisfa • .'. • t was that the Mizrachi woul ; • %  sever affiliation ," ncil ov< r its fail in to retain Dr. Silver il :.-. indicated that it did not yet "choose to officially withdraw." The Zionist laborites, who had consistently voted with the Silventcs and who had hoped that the meeting would chose a new presidium while efforts were being made to adjust the controversy, made no statement so far on the Council's action. In a formal statement issued by the Council after the meeting it was declared that the internal differences were not on matters of aims or objectives, but on methods of implementing its decisions. The statement said: "The American Zionist Emergency Council desires to make it clear that the controversy referred to in the public press does not involve any difl with respect to fundamental Zionist policy nr maximal or minimal Zionist program, but is rather one of procedure, methods of implementation and the authority of its office rs. "The American Zionist Emergency Council will go forward with continued vigor and determination for the realization of its objective—unrestricted Jewish immigration into I • full opportunity for Jewish colonization, and the reconstruction of Palestine as a free and democratic Jewish commonwealth. YOUR WAR CHEST The War Chest campaign starts Monday. Solicitation by volunteer workers will start and we will be contacted to make our contributions. Each and everyone of us is part and parcel of this community which the Community War Chest serves. Twenty-three needy and deserving local agencies receive their funds from the contribution you will make. National and international war service organizations depend upon the success of this effort to continue to operate. Through the Community War Chest we have the opportunity of giving once for all of these causes, knowing that the funds are distributed and expanded intelligently with minimum expense. Conditions have made it possible for the great majority to be in a position to assume their share of this financial obligation. What is necessary is a full and complete realization ol our duty and responsibility as one of those fortunates in a position to help. Respond when the Ches t worker calls upon you! HAT HEN HERE BETH DAVID LADIES TO INDUCT NEW OFFICERS The annual installation luncheon of Beth David Sisterhood will be held on Wednesday, January 17, at 12 noon in the auditorium. A program is being arranged by Mrs. S. B. Miller and her committee. Reservations may be had by callmg 3-4928, or the office, *"1473. or.T he Sis terhood will stage its 29th annual pre-Purim ball on Sunday evening, February 18 in the Moose Temple. Mrs.' Isidor Cohen is in charge of the affair. AIC TO SPONSSOR ITS FIFTH REVIEW SERIES The Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will sponsor the fifth of it s Friday Review series on January 12 at CLARKE REVIEWER AT T" FORUM JANUARY 10 Professor Edward Clarke of the faculty of the University of Miami will review Sumner Welles 1 Jj !" .?J. 0 L De csion" for the Miam. Y Forum Group next Wed£ !" a y evenin fi. January 10. at JL C l0ck at the Mi ami "Y" auditorium. Professor Clarke is a well isTvHed reviewer The Public FRIDAY. JAN. 5 Nhjwl Council of Jewish w SUNDAY, JAN. 7: ';'•" % %  n, n -'.;.,, meeting, %  • ,. m • $*}' I Cardiac Home i,„.,;. !•„',. Beta, school learh. Jewish | TUESDAY.'"j AN ; 'I,' P %  • : N \' %  U .13 & ,'., ; th. Bun j tt&fc WEDNESDAY. JAN. 10: %  • utive committee meeting %  ^>.n av 0 fS %  :-. %  -:. national Children's Car.i %  u Miami Beach JewlahiCenter v „ SSSS7 J, T4G!S8S9.SS% -"" SUNDAY. JAN. 14: SSKSStgas MONDAY. JAN.' 15: 8 terho C od m c e ard e \:a n ^ ; l^f* By PHINEAS I. BIRON T JCJTFN HFRE The Gaelic American, Father Coughlin's New York organ, : is beinq revitalized Edited by James MacDermott with the assistance of the Rev. Edward Lodge Curran. the paper is being aroomed for a larger role in the revived crusade.for isolationWe like that news story about Hubert Williamson of Grand Rapids, who some years ago was fined $10 for saying nauqhty things about the head of a then friendly government viz., Hitler Williamson is now suing for a rebate, on the grounds that the judge who fined him should at last realize that he, Hubert, was right JEWISH NEWS ... The crisis in the Zionist Emergency Council brought about by the resignations of Dis. Wise and Silver may soon be mended Rabbis Silver and Wise may accept a new formula of cooperation that is now being worked out by a special committee of which Louis Lipsky is the moving spirit You must not miss reading a little booklet, "The Jewish People Will Live On," by Alex Bittelman ... It makes a poignant case for unitv in American Jewry Erratum: In our last column the item' on Dr. Weizmann's political activities should have read: "'. the Mandate for Palestine, now held by Great Britian ." MILITARY INTELLIGENCE ... Our hat is off to Ruth Spivak, now a major in the Women's Army Corps Major Spivak is a very charming young lady whose soft feminine eyes hide a determined and super-efficient personality She is stationed at Washington, D. C., and occupies the important post of executive officer to the deputy chief of staff for operations of the Army Air Forces The story cannot be told now, but Ruth is intimately connected with very sensational doings by our intrepid flyers Some : day she should be able to write a fascinating book about her j present activities The continental edition of the November 5th issue of Yank features a most unusual woodcut, the work I of your good friend Sgt. David Lax, who bids fair to emerge as the war's outstanding artist Congratulations to 1st Lt. Sid Meyer just received the Bronze Star for gallantry in France ... A few months ago he was the recipient of the Purple Heart ... A memorial hall honoring the late Sgt. Meyer Levin, Brooklyn's first major hero of World War II, is projected by the Jewish War Veterans BOOK NEWS .. Since arriving in this country as a refugee, playwright Ferenc Molnar has published nothing—but he hasn't been idle The spring will see the publication of two books from his pen From the other side of the footlights come two new I authors, both making their literary debuts as autobiographers .We refer to Alexander Granach, who used to be one of Max Reinhardt's favorite actors on the pre-Hitler Berlin stage and now is clicking on Broadway in "A Bell for Adano," and who has written a volume called "From a Childhood in Galicia," and to Sophie Tucker, who writes about her career under the title "Some of These Days" Sholem Asch's new novel will deal with the New York scene, they tell us Patricia Marcus, wife of foreign trade expert Anthony Marcus, will publish a selection of her poems in book form, and thus will convince you that she is one of our most intertsting poets ABOUT PEOPLE Billy Rose, who's all over Broadway these days, what with his Diamond Horseshoe, his new hit "The Seven Lively Arts" and his highly successful "Carmen Jones," is said to be planning an "Aida" production now, with an all-Negro cast as in his other operatic effort And besides. Hollywood is sup posed to be projecting a film in which Billy's lively career will be immortalized Frequenters of hot spots may look forward to a new night club comedian, who'll be making his debut in a couple of months ... His name will be Leon Victor—but until now he has been known to Yiddish theatregoers as their lavonte laugh-compeller. Leo Fuchs There's talk of a play, as yet unwritten, we believe, centering about Adah Isaacs Menken, famous American actress of the nineteenth century. fSSS £ ING r HOLDS! MAS BANQUET TO BE LECTURE SUN., JAN. 7 HELD SUNDAY, IAN. 28 -.The Greater Miami Arbeiter King, Branch No. 692. will st>on1 i a lecture on Sunday, January 7, at 8 P. m. Si the Arbeiter Ring Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Guest speaker will be ,.r J 8 P: I**? kn ? wn labor lea d•w rP and y ho wiU dis cuss War-Peace and the Interest of the Working Class." LADIES~AUXILIARY IS GIVEN MERIT AWARD The Freda Markowitz Ladies' Auxiliary has been awarded a Certificate of Merit by the Red Cross camp and Hospital Service for it* work ln suppl y i f and entertainment to the ,favy hoi£ays aSS KnCd to ll < or the Khl D M VC Vl"* ar Mrs. Frank th„ A "W 1 re K u lar meeting of Srelen? ^^ re invited t0 Following a tradition established by them several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Louis'Miller of Miami Beach are sponsoring a banquet to be given Sunday, Jan. 28 for the benefit of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society in memory of their son Victor. The entire cost defrayed and served by Dave Rosner in charge of the Victor Hotel dining room and the entire proceeds go to the Hias organization. BEACH SISTERHOOD TO HOLD MAHIONG PARTY The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold a dessert card and mahjong party on Thursday, January 11. at 1 t> clock at the Blackstone Hotel. Washington Ave. at th St. Admission price is one dollar. 1750 SERVICE MEN NEW XEAR H OTEL GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fields, owners of the New Pioneer Hotel had as their guests on New Year day, 1750 service men. They served a buffet dinner and other entertainment was presented.



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1945 •rJewisli fhoridian PAGE THREE ALEC TEMPLETON WILL 1 JEWISH S. S. BUREAU IS LUNCHEON AND GAME TRAIL RED CROSS NOW %  PLAY AT WHIT E TEMPLE J January 23, 8:30 p. m.. the AmericanMewish Congress, jointi ly with Miss Ruth Brotman. will sponsor a concert at the White Temple Auditorium presenting Alec Templeton, world renowned blind pianist. Tickets are on sale in Miami [at Burdine's Department Store. Philpitts, Walgreen's Drug Store, •A Cross Drug Store and in MiJ ami Beach at Saks Fifth Avenue. I El Encanto, Roney Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach Radio Cu.. and Morris Bros. Department Store. Price of admission will be $1.50-3.50 plus tax. For further information call Miss Ruth Brotman 5-3042 or Mrs. Emanuel Baskind 58-2064. M. B. SERVICE LEAGUE IN FIRST 1945 MEETING The first meeting for the 1945 season of the Miami Beach Service League will be held on Monday, Jan. 15, at 1:30 at the Miami Beach YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln Road. There will be a report of the nominating committee and election of officers for the coming year. Chairmen will give reports on the activities in which the League engaged in 1944 and plans will be formulated for an extended program for 1945 for servicing the military personnel in the area. IN NEED OF RADIO The Jewish Social Service Bureau is requesting as a service to one of its constituents the use of a radio for the next three months. The lady wanting the radio is here because of ill health and is lonely. The Bureau feels that anyone who can render this service can do much for the morale of this individual. They are asked to contact the Bureau at 3-5377. BETH SHOLOM CENTER TO SPONSOR REVIEW A membership tea and book review sponsored by the Sisterhood of Beth Sholom Center will be held on Wednesday, January 17, at the home of Mrs. Robert Nordin, 5441 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. Mrs. Jack J. Falk, prominent Miami Beach school teacher, will present the review. Mrs. Camille Baum, Mrs. Eve Schmerin. Mrs. Fay Schaeffer and Mrs. Rell Tobin will act as hostesses. Members and guests are invited to the affair, which will begin at 1:30 p. m. PARTY BY AUXILIARY Reservations for the luncheon and game party which the B'nai B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary will stage January 30 at the Copa Cabana Club are coming in at a gratifying rate, Mrs. Jack Fein, chairman of the committee in charge, announces. Owing to the limited capacity of the club, those wishing to be accommodated should make their reservations as early as possible, by contacting Mrs. Jack Fein, 5-7100; Mrs. Sam Silver. 9-1285; or Mrs. Milton Friedman. 2-2304. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker at the regular meeting of the organization to be held January 18 at 1:30 p. m. in the Miami Beach YM & WHA. 1 Lincoln Rd. All members are urged to attend and bring their friends. Refreshments will be served. LAUDERDALE SERVICES Rabbi Samuel H. Baron, of Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, will speak on "Ask the Rabbi" at regular Friday night services at the Temple. 1801 S. Andrews Ave. Questions for informal answer are invited. LUNCHEON CLUB IS A NEW BEACH ADDITION The latest acquisition of the Beach District is a luncheon club that meets each Wednesday from 12:30 noon to 1:30 at the Edsinger Hotel, 11th and Ocean Drive. Conceived by Alex Van Straaten, this club was brought into being as one of the first steps by the new president. Dr. Louis Lytton. He plans for it to serve the Zionist program for a greater spread of information for the redemption of Jalestine as a Jewish commonwealth. OF MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION Comptroller's Call. December 30th. 1944 RESOURCES Cash on Hand and Due from Banks $ 5,449,083.51 United States Government Securities Municipal Bonds Railroad Bonds 13,529,133.04 118,000.00 550.00 $19,096,766.55 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank Loans and Discounts F. H. A. Insured Mortgages First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate 2.565,251.04 5,278.26 15.000.00 30,000.00 2.600.529.30 Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets .. Overdrafts 37,490.03 40,328.35 60.33 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 12M22-22 Surplus 400.000.00 Undivided Profits and Reserves. 316,052.10 Deposits 21,790.174.56 816,052.10 20,974.122.46 21.790.174.56 DIRECTORS SAMUEL BLANK President, National Brand*. Inc. OUY W. ELLIS Executive Vice Praaldant Lincoln Road Aaaociatlon OEORQE GOLDBERG Ratirad BENJAMIN N. KANE Vice Praaldant of Bank MARCIE LIBERMAN Vica Praaldant of Bank HAROLD KASSEWITZ Attorney ALEXANDER ORR. JR. Praaldant, Alexander Orr, Jr.. In JUDSON L. OWEN Prealdant of Bank Director, Pirat National Bank In Palm Beach OEORQE A. PRICE Prealdant, Royal Palm Furniture Factoriea OFFICERS JUDSON L. OWEN Prealdant MARCIE LIBERMAN Vlca Praaldant BENJAMIN N. KANE Vlca Praaldant EDW. MERCER Vice Preaident R. W. POLLARD Aaat. Caahlar O. B. HUDSON Aaat. Caehier IN NEW QUARTERS The Trail Red Cross Sewing and Knitting Center, last maintained at 1715 S. W. 8th St.. has moved to its new quarters in room 206 of the Shenandoah Elementary School, 1023 S. W. 21st Ave., Mrs. Louis Kotkin, chairman, revealed this week. The Center is open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. and all volunteer workers are welcome. Mrs. Dave Kleber and Mrs. Al Reiser are production supervisors. U. OF M. LAW ALUMNI TO INSTALL OFFICERS M. I. O. C. HONORED BY VISIT OF RABBI PINCUS Rabbi Philip Pincus. executive director of the Rabbinical College of Telshe, will be guest speaker at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., at services Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Rabbi Pincus, eminent scholar and speaker, will discuss a current topic. BOND RALLY. DANCE TO BE HELD JANUARY 21 The Bond Rally and Dance of the Miami Y.M. and Y.W.H.A. which is to be held at the Policemen's Benevolent Hall on Sunday evening, January 21, will be an extraordinary event, the organization stated. For the past several weeks a cast at the "Y" has been rehearsing for a one hour floor show that will take place that evening. Bobby Rubinstein is in charge of the floor show and promises many surprises. Comedy, songs and dances will be featured. Larry Grossbcrg, chairman of the affair, advises all persons to make early reservations at the "Y" office as a large crowd is expected. Officers of University of Miami law school alumni association to be installed at a luncheon at 12:15 p. m. Friday are: President, Amos Benjamin; first vice president, Dixie H. Chastain; second vice president, Victor Levine; treasurer. Randolph Bell; secretary, David Phillips, and sergeant at arms. Wallace Maer. Directors are A. Pat Cannon, Nicholas Hodsdon. George S. Okell, Stanley Phillips, Sam Silver and Webster Wallace. Webster Wallace is retiring president. M.I.O.C. AWAITS LARGE CROWD AT PARTY SUN. A large attendance is expected at the package party to be given by the Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sunday evening at the Synagogue, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. The entertainment committee announces that entertainment and refreshments will be provided. Admission will be by packages to be auctioned off to the highest bidder, with all the proceeds going to the Talmud Torah fund. LEGAL NOTICES BETH DAVID WOMEN TO INST ALL O FFICERS Final plans for the installation luncheon of Beth David Sisterhood have been completed. Mrs. S. B. Miller, chairman, announces. The allair will take place on Wednesday, January 17, at 12 noon in the Talmud Torah auditorium. Reservations are being accepted at the office (2-1473). Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz will serve as toastmistress. Others on the program include Mrs. Lewis Brown, installing officer, Mrs. Max Shapiro, who will deliver the invocation, and Mrs. Isidore Cohen who will present the benediction. Cantor Abraham Friedman will entertain the gathering with songs. Out-going president, Mrs. H. Oliphant will deliver her report, followed by Mrs. Jack August, newly-elected president, who will bring greetings. NEW BOARD MEMBERS ARE ADD ED T O A.J.C. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of the American Jewish Congress, announces the appointment of two new members to the executive board. Mrs. Leon Kronish will serve as publicity chairman, and Mrs. Louis Lytton will act as chairman of the civic war activities program. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION NOW OPEN GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER'S GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Washinaton Ave. Phone 5-6617 • • • Catering For All Occasions Strictly Kosher Cuisine • • • Reservations in advance for Sabbath Meals NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai ihundersigned, desiring t. engage In business under th.ricitltioua naim..r JACK ItK'MAKD DISTRIBUTING CO., 16 N W 1st Street, Miami. Pla Intend i" register the said name with the Clerk • •< ti' Circuit Court of Pade County, Florida. 8. I.ANDV SILVER KAPLAN ADIETZ, Attorneys foi Applicant a 1/12-19-26 L'/^'-9 JOHN ROY CARLSON Author of the Sensational Beat Seller "UNDER COVER" Will Speak at Miami Senior High School, M6Q S. W First St.. Thursday. January 18th, 1946— v:t(i P. M. Auspices: MIAMI COMMUNITY FORUM Orchestra Center $1.50 plus tan All other tickets $'00 plus tax MIAMI -Burdine's, Richards Hook I >.1.t llnil I'riiss Kodak Pi'pt.. Cordelia's Book Shop, 44 B. B. 1st St.. Ye Book Lovera Shop BEACH— Lincoln Road Book Shop, fi:w Llncoln Road. Radio Bales t* Rental Co., Lincoln Road, Bloom's BOOK Sin.,,. 212 23rd St. C( iltAl, CABLES Ni.in.lt, Si.-ti. 206 Alhambra, Circle. I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure Its FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MOk "MUk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Oar Farm at t200 rl. W. 32nd ANNOUNCEMENT SAM'S TAXICAB and BAGGAGE SERVICE NOW MAINTAINS A PICK-UP STATION IN MIAMI FOR PASSENGERS COMING TO CORAL GABLES THIS STATION IS LOCATED OPPOSITE THE ROYAL THEATER ON S. E. 1st STREET. BETWEEN BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AND S. E. 3rd AVENUE ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 24141



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PAGE FOUR *Jenistftcridiat^ FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1945 The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 P. O. Box 2973 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Port Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of Marsh 3, 1878 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year. $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1945 TEBET 27. 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 2 AGED IS ACTIVELY UNDER MY HERE TIDBITS FROM rVQlYWHQUBfMictiy Confidential -By PMNIAS I. BIRONJJSTEN HERE ... M t ^ Congratulations to the Rev. Paul Fohno of Chicago, who led the tight against the anti-Semitic Gentile Cooperative Leaque, whose charter has just been revoked by the Illinok Secretary of State Folino's church was burned down by fanatics during his brave fight, as head of the Protestant Action group against the proponents of the "Buy Only Gentile" and, movement ... It would indeed be a fine gesture if Jews were Meyers, Mrs, Max t 0 help him rebuild the church he lost while fighting for them e Weiss, Mrs. Ben-, That ac jdress on "The Negro and Anti-Semitism" which re Rabbi J. X. Cohen delivered before the NeYork State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Shepard Judge S. ai d Svdney Weintraub, Broad. Morris Rubin, Harold Spaet. M. Rappaport. S. Poarlstein, Ru i Mrs. Bonjamin Land. Mrs. Rose jamin Sherry, and Mn Cohen. JOINT PLANNING !" % f ffggri, • 115 Colored feopte woTamciterpieo.... It should be.mad*avaft On Sunday, January 14, in Atlanta, Georgia, there will be Southwesl section : v ab]e (0 aU j ews and Negroes We're told by Eddie Sullivaa convened an important Southern Regional Meeting arranged v : $30,000. Th< is a comer N Qowaid the British playwright, has decided upos by local sponsors for the Joint Distribution Committee, major : .. .u_. v~ _u 1 — American agency for relief to distressed Jews overseas. This is an appropriate meeting. It is appropriate in several senses. First: it is fitting that American Jews, who support the JJD.C. in its worldwide procram of rescue and relief, pause %  lo consider what it has" done in the face of unprecedented needs of our brothers overseas; Second: it is fitting that American Jews who, after all, are the J.D.C., sit down together to consider what must be done the immediate, pressing future to relieve the misery un that IIOCI \_-UWUIU, U1C W1UWI f"^I ...y., ~—— inKMH UJAJ| a drastic measure to prove that the charges of anti-Semitism leveled against him are unjustified He's planning a special trip across the Atlantic just to be in Brooklyn for a few hours to speak in Temple Ahavath Sholom JEWISH AFFAIRS If you've been worrying about the position non-Jews would ^summation of the occupy in a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine, here is the wer. by Dr. Leo Kohn, political secretary of the Jewish **** TU ft/itwe* r\t nAr.Iouicn nti7ono no amro n-^-,.1.1 v. lilt ;*..' '. fcw*** j with .1 225 It. : \V. I2th Ave, and 140 : 1 St Th property is improved with that will %  : : ximafc v 20 11 pie, ai I a ling in th n ir that will b< : to house an 15 is in transaction, and the way.and is committee of the organ•.on is now planning refurbishing of the Agency The status of non-Jewish citizens, he says, would .. .: v /\yeill_y lue BIUIUO ui uuu-jcnL:ii viuiciio, no ouja, wuuia %  me. Ocbe exactly the same as that of Jews—all of them subject to ... ^ xn^^.w.c, j-.. !" ^ ..-.<* .^ ...... ^ —. „.^.j -~ refurbishing of the home. OcDe exacuy me same as inai or jews— QU 01 mem sunject to covered daily as the war moves constantly into new stages, cupation is expected by February identical laws administered by a democratically elected goyThese pyramiding tasks can be met only by joint planning and 15. ernment Meyer W. Weisgal. just back from a flying trip The membership committee has Palestine, is being offered the directorship of the reorganized already turned in more than 150 !" J ., ,, .,, ,, u ,.members in the first week of the &omsl Emergency Council ... He will refuse the offer Aside drive. Purcahse of the property to our colleague Leonard Lyons: Contrary to your prediction, was approved at a meeting of the Dr. Stephen S. Wise will not go to Palestine and Russia in the directors last Sunday morning, at hiturp which time Mrs. Benjamin Shore netu Iulure • %  • n !" ?v d J he / ath n rin K*Th H MILITARY INTELLIGENCE property selected will be used „ _, Canada s Jewnsh war hero is Capt Benny Dunkelman, son rs fame Among or Base Plate Dunkelby joint action. And, finally, it is particularly fitting that we in the Southeast present to the Jews of America an indication of our interest in this common problem, and our keen desire to formulate plans of operation as administered by the J.D.C. The J.D.C. has lived and worked through thirty years of Jewish suffering all over the world. In thirty years this organiza£""-" -—-—* — ww u, c nu ,,u. u, u ,m, jews uiu WIJUUUUproperty selected will be used *"*"* %  *—** "' *—*~v tion has spent vast sums in feeding the hungry, clothing the until the organization is in a Canada's Jewish war hero is Capt Be naked, and rebuilding all that two World Wars and a conposition and conditions permit! of David Dunkelman of Tip Top Tailors uniting economic depression have destroyed. No one can l ^ e building of a new home. Canadians Ben is known as Mr. Mortar o count the lives it has saved, the millions of Jews who were _, I man Ben is the mortar officer of an Ea PART JJ.l 1STDBESTRESSED Uniting count the lives it has saved, the millions of Jews who were given aid. We do know that since Pearl Harbor alone over 80.000 Jews have been rescued from destruction, and multi! tudes kept alive during the Axis occupation. The story of the J.D.C. is one of hope and work—constant, vigilant, intensive work. The J.D.C. 1944 appropriation of $20,400,000 is greater than that of any other year, representing a gigantic effort to sustain and save Jews. Yet even this unprecedented sum becomes only a beginning as the more complete story of Jewish tragedy is unfolded daily. All during the war we in America have been hopeful that the stories of honor and devastation which seeped out of Axis Europe would prove exaggerations. Our hopes were not realized. Our fears neve: equalled the grim realities which U. S correspondents and J.D.C. representatives are now cabling to thus country. Tne rehabilitation of these tortured survivors of a great European Jewry will be an undertaking far greater than we American Jews have ever before faced. Yes it is time to meet. We all know the scope of the task. We know too. the: the responsibility is ours. In our constant support of this efficient instrument of help and hope, we play our part in bringing salvation to our brethren. man Ben is the mortar officer of an East-Canadian infantry outfit and has been in France ever 6ince D-day Benny has established new standards in mortar shooting While other mortar outfits use a thousand bombs altogether, he manages to get rid of 1000 bombs per mortar ... In other words, he uses more than 20,000 bombs in one stunt Wherever Captais Dunkelman's mortar crew gets going in France the Nazis know that a Jew is taking revenge for the Warsaw ghetto and the many Gestapo extermination camps Remember the recent news stories concerning four chaplains—Protestant. Catholic and Jewish—who went down with a torpedoed transport vessel hand reports of tragic Jewish a}ter 9 ivin g their We preservers to other men? Well, the conditions overseas and to disreport from Hollywood is that a film about them is beinq d analyze J.D.C. programs readied ... WRITERS' CORNER Irwin Shaw of the U. S. Army, now in France, will have a new play produced on Broadway before spring, they tell us Tided "The Assassin," it centers around the assassination of Admiral Dorian in Algiers Novelist and playwriqht Albert Maltz, whose best-selling book "The Crosi and the (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Jewish ::: %  r, Featured t the I e Max S. I rt si ntative speakers who will overseas story will Perlman. J.D.C. rein Italy, who has' recently returned after fifteen months of intensive work there; maid B. Hurwitz. Assistant y Secretary of the J D R •-• D C : temc r. 2r7 Jewisl A 1 Palestine and Zionism, Pedaj gj Tr.e Library Committee of t 1 -? --:: %  -w:sr. -.. wsts :f Rarbi Max Sr.apiro, David Wulner ana Harry S^-r.:r.r.;f The Joe', ductor. Ajjjst to be pr s< nted u roll Glenn ••. inist. The program includes r %  "• %  '%  %  virturo 3 --••. finished S "L Axli si m Suit N J | B.zct. and V ncerto' No 4 ir, D min r, by Vieuxtemps, played by Miss Glenn. .. S : ": tickets 1 j for this c incert by Lr.iycr.-.-.T cf Miami ar.i Ar: dons music store in Coral Gables. HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL CLASS AT BETH DAVID MLX*^ Hebrew High School S£? *Sf* .bee? es—... Beth David Congregation by the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Oast consists of boys and girls who have studied in the Heirev.icnools three or more vears a-d Jo. have background :r. Hebrew S? e / !ass meets *"ic* S^ p m J S and Th,jrsda >" s The Miami Beach Jewish Cenhis arrived ter. in conjunction with the Bu-1 headquarters cf SSr JJ ewish ^cation, has es2^Sf d *J im 4 lar class which is *?S£ il ^ e Cer -ler en Mondays and Thursdays at 7:15 p. m. The curriculum in both cla==es consists of Hebrew La-guTge Grammar and Composition. Prophets. Chumosh and Rashi Boys and girls who have background in Hebrew studies are invited to join these classe= For further information, call the Beth Efcmd. Miami Beach Jewish Center, or the Bureau of Jewish Education. GIFT !wsa AS con^n; nZ&z K^SSS ZSSssliS. ty-fourth Congressional Discronziuck • • • r OUR HAT IS OFF Lorry Adler. who elevated the harmonica to the level of a inent New York attorney : : :: %  'worker, has been mmk. .k iSr;' V, a; [lvr u ^icvuieu uie narmonica to the evel ot a ftaa^saciri^^aiatsr* t a not ^ y a musicai genius .1 address • %  -.•".£ on '" t it ire." ^~ inting to the need for an in''•' % %  ne-day meeting, J.DC mtlined the program as : Jn l-ra ng ses x>n at %  ; : mgi United Jewish An He will address ma o inro w~~uZu / %  waownrawa on harmonica play%  The J.D.C. Faces "l, S t mce h £ f hJ dhood ... At fourteen he was an accomplished cxnst ... But what we started to tell you is this Larry, a and tnir 9 m ? n f **** %  has *"** tourin 9 *e European to o? 1 EJ?&£*tt • • • Iust ES from a VSO artel fot C^l Pa ? 1 [' u e has wri,,en a ver Y interesting SS irdl i? 8 'i W hlch Sh uId ta out m a 'ew weeks Larry, you should know, does an unusual public is invited to avail itself cf these bocks'. BERNSTEIN ARRIVES IN PHJUPPINES_FOR VISIT Rabbi Ph.i-.ip s. Bernstein of the >nal Jewish Welfare Board the Philippine tr.e Board. Rabbi Bernstein execut.ve director of the Boards Committee on Army and Nav>Religious Activities, ii accompanied by Chaplain Arveh Lev ol the Office of Chief of Chaplains Wasr.ington. D. C. "". Le^ari HZf'SP and Chaplain D e / nRaRed "i a tour of the Pacu-ic fig hliag fronu Je 'Jewish servicemen. Lun • :. ;;ri2":3b" D : m U amount""oTreadina 3^iSb !" Ul ? kn W does an unusual :-..•• D aAnswer Panel at cause readin 9 and thinking, and never turns down a good -• p. m.; and the General Ses' |t -'5pm Mr Engel will ABOUT PEOPT F at the General Session. T." JT tU ^ L *' • • • Ma;or He ward B. Hensel Atlanta Office of the Field Investigations Branch of the War £^"rent ,<* flce of Dependent Benefits will be in Miami. Flor4 t„ Jan Uary 8 throu h January -6 to mterview relatives of serv. cemen who are receiving family %  -7llT £>* ^ounceS Acs made today by Brig. Gen !he ODB Un USAl D rtoT?r w !" opened at one ft fil • • aDe to 9* 1 about has 1 rf fhe UnSS to ItaJJtL ] l mght Clube *• Copacabana id f ft! seeTe dSSLJ^S SA £ ** !" W*Ppiano as she sinai-Sni w ^^ 8he lean against the musical of &e CXTT^, rm ^ Wn *• hou • • The hit Leonard iv^^J^-P*** Town '" has a re by ever since he ^htoSLTfit'lS ,eUina TOU olf ^ conductor of the New Y2TSMH y6ar to ^^ assistant interested to know-Sat IS P h ^ hann nic ... And you'U be l Leonards ££, w ho SLl? 6 pie dancer ie hoW • • • Best-sellina recoH J+* e 8,aae namo Shirley Burton of the %  F^calDi^or. Header! f 608 ^tertainment tot tockfa^S? !ff ifff? fr0m hm !" ^J^B^^i I ^^^Al^ ^ B — to ^3 and S8SST K d t te ore !" han ?23 million checks, totaling over seven billion dollars, have beVn Ma e ?or t 4 0ldle rs dependent" Major Hensel will establish temporary headquarters in Mi GOLF PRACTICE 01 W FI BUr St.. Mlll Ml E. W. AYARS. M. D. Announei rameval of his office from •It H. E. 2nd A TO. ailHahnBld*. H MO H. E. First AT*. Hourt: % 30 lo 4:30 Phono MM % 


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1945
The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21
P. O. Box 2973
S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla.
Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Port Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of Marsh 3, 1878
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Subscription1 Year. $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1945
TEBET 27. 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 2
AGED IS ACTIVELY
UNDER MY HERE
TIDBITS FROM rVQlYWHQUB-
fMictiy Confidential
-By PMNIAS I. BIRON-
JJSTEN HERE ... M t ^
Congratulations to the Rev. Paul Fohno of Chicago, who
led the tight against the anti-Semitic Gentile Cooperative
Leaque, whose charter has just been revoked by the Illinok
Secretary of State Folino's church was burned down by
fanatics during his brave fight, as head of the Protestant Action
group against the proponents of the "Buy Only Gentile"
and, movement ... It would indeed be a fine gesture if Jews were
Meyers, Mrs, Max t0 help him rebuild the church he lost while fighting for them
e Weiss, Mrs. Ben-, That acjdress on "The Negro and Anti-Semitism" which
re Rabbi J. X. Cohen delivered before the Ne- York State Con-
ference of the National Association for the Advancement of
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Shepard
Judge
S.
ai d
Svdney Weintraub,
Broad. Morris Rubin,
Harold Spaet. M. Rappaport. S.
Poarlstein, Ru
i Mrs. Bonjamin
Land. Mrs. Rose
jamin Sherry, and Mn
Cohen.
JOINT PLANNING %f ffggri, 115 Colored feopte woTamciterpieo.... It should be.mad*avaft
On Sunday, January 14, in Atlanta, Georgia, there will be Southwesl section : v ab]e (0 aU jews and Negroes We're told by Eddie Sullivaa
convened an important Southern Regional Meeting arranged ,v.:, $30,000. Th< is a comer N Qowaid the British playwright, has decided upos
by local sponsors for the Joint Distribution Committee, major : .. .u_. v~ _u------------1
American agency for relief to distressed Jews overseas.
This is an appropriate meeting. It is appropriate in sev-
eral senses.
First: it is fitting that American Jews, who support the
JJD.C. in its worldwide procram of rescue and relief, pause
lo consider what it has" done in the face of unprecedented
needs of our brothers overseas;
Second: it is fitting that American Jews who, after all, are
the J.D.C., sit down together to consider what must be done
the immediate, pressing future to relieve the misery un
that IIOCI \_-UWUIU, U1C W1UWI f"^I ...y., ~ inKMH UJAJ|
a drastic measure to prove that the charges of anti-Semitism
leveled against him are unjustified He's planning a special
trip across the Atlantic just to be in Brooklyn for a few hours
to speak in Temple Ahavath Sholom .
JEWISH AFFAIRS .
If you've been worrying about the position non-Jews would
^summation of the occupy in a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine, here is the
wer. by Dr. Leo Kohn, political secretary of the Jewish
**** TU ft/itwe* r\t nAr.Iouicn nti7ono no amro n-^-,.1.1
v. lilt ;*..' '. fcw***
j with .1 225 It. :
\V. I2th Ave, and 140 : 1
St Th property is improved with
that will
: : ximafc v 20 11 pie, ai I a
ling in th n ir that will b<
: to house an
15
is
in
transaction, and the way.- and ,
is committee of the organ-
.on is now planning
refurbishing of the
Agency The status of non-Jewish citizens, he says, would
. .. .: v /\yeill_y lue biuiuo ui uuu-jcnL:ii viuiciio, no ouja, wuuia
me. Oc- be exactly the same as that of Jewsall of them subject to
... ^ xn^^.w.c, j-..^ ..-.<* .^ ...... ^ .^.j -~ refurbishing of the home. Oc- De exacuy me same as inai or jews qu 01 mem sunject to
covered daily as the war moves constantly into new stages, cupation is expected by February identical laws administered by a democratically elected goy-
These pyramiding tasks can be met only by joint planning and 15. ernment Meyer W. Weisgal. just back from a flying trip
The membership committee has Palestine, is being offered the directorship of the reorganized
already turned in more than 150 J ., ,, .,, ,, u ,.-
members in the first week of the &omsl Emergency Council ... He will refuse the offer Aside
drive. Purcahse of the property to our colleague Leonard Lyons: Contrary to your prediction,
was approved at a meeting of the Dr. Stephen S. Wise will not go to Palestine and Russia in the
directors last Sunday morning, at hiturp
which time Mrs. Benjamin Shore netu Iulure
n?vd Jhe, /athnrinK*- ThH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE .
property selected will be used _, ,
Canada s Jewnsh war hero is Capt Benny Dunkelman, son
rs fame Among
or Base Plate Dunkel-
by joint action.
And, finally, it is particularly fitting that we in the South-
east present to the Jews of America an indication of our in-
terest in this common problem, and our keen desire to formu-
late plans of operation as administered by the J.D.C.
The J.D.C. has lived and worked through thirty years of
Jewish suffering all over the world. In thirty years this organiza-
""-" --* ww u,c nu,,u. u, u,m, jews uiu wijuuuu- property selected will be used *"*"**** "' **~v .
tion has spent vast sums in feeding the hungry, clothing the until the organization is in a Canada's Jewish war hero is Capt Be
naked, and rebuilding all that two World Wars and a con- position and conditions permit! of David Dunkelman of Tip Top Tailors
uniting economic depression have destroyed. No one can l^e building of a new home. Canadians Ben is known as Mr. Mortar o
count the lives it has saved, the millions of Jews who were _, I man Ben is the mortar officer of an Ea
PART
JJ.l
1STDBESTRESSED
Uniting
count the lives it has saved, the millions of Jews who were
given aid. We do know that since Pearl Harbor alone over "
80.000 Jews have been rescued from destruction, and multi-!
tudes kept alive during the Axis occupation.
The story of the J.D.C. is one of hope and workconstant,
vigilant, intensive work. The J.D.C. 1944 appropriation of
$20,400,000 is greater than that of any other year, representing
a gigantic effort to sustain and save Jews. Yet even this un-
precedented sum becomes only a beginning as the more com-
plete story of Jewish tragedy is unfolded daily.
All during the war we in America have been hopeful that
the stories of honor and devastation which seeped out of Axis
Europe would prove exaggerations. Our hopes were not real-
ized. Our fears neve: equalled the grim realities which U. S
correspondents and J.D.C. representatives are now cabling to
thus country. Tne rehabilitation of these tortured survivors of a
great European Jewry will be an undertaking far greater than
we American Jews have ever before faced.
Yes it is time to meet. We all know the scope of the task.
We know too. the: the responsibility is ours. In our constant
support of this efficient instrument of help and hope, we play
our part in bringing salvation to our brethren.
man Ben is the mortar officer of an East-Canadian infantry
outfit and has been in France ever 6ince D-day Benny has
established new standards in mortar shooting While other
mortar outfits use a thousand bombs altogether, he manages
to get rid of 1000 bombs per mortar ... In other words, he uses
more than 20,000 bombs in one stunt Wherever Captais
Dunkelman's mortar crew gets going in France the Nazis know
that a Jew is taking revenge for the Warsaw ghetto and the
many Gestapo extermination camps Remember the recent
news stories concerning four chaplainsProtestant. Catholic
and Jewishwho went down with a torpedoed transport vessel
hand reports of tragic Jewish a}ter 9iving their We preservers to other men? Well, the
conditions overseas and to dis- report from Hollywood is that a film about them is beinq
d analyze J.D.C. programs readied ...
WRITERS' CORNER .
Irwin Shaw of the U. S. Army, now in France, will have
a new play produced on Broadway before spring, they tell
us Tided "The Assassin," it centers around the assassina-
tion of Admiral Dorian in Algiers Novelist and playwriqht
Albert Maltz, whose best-selling book "The Crosi and the
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Jewish
:::. r,
Featured
t the
I e Max S.
I rt si ntative
speakers who will
overseas story will
Perlman. J.D.C. re-
in Italy, who has'
recently returned after fifteen
months of intensive work there;
maid B. Hurwitz. Assistant
y Secretary of the J D , a J.D.C. "representative"in Europe W hS put hun on easY 8treet. what with royalties and
U. OFM. ORCHESTRA IN MIAMI JEWISH LIBRARY S America" Tnio^* ^ l5B taken on a Job to a war Planl
ITS 3RD PRESENTATION RECEIVES NICE G^T JSSSSSi ^X^L^tZi9^Z.^ !****! publication o? Yeshiva
The University c: Miami Sym-
phony Ot-.-.-.o.--..-.. .,.:; : ._:.:
third subscription concert at
p. m. Jan. 14 at the '.'... -
High school 240C W Flagler St
Modesto All nduct and
tar.t
Louis Heiman. pn f the
s-ir^iu of Jewish Educati n an-
narrj Simonr ff, L nar I Barr
ntr jted $1( 1 1
-' Li rarj : Greati r Miami -
' M laught : A
:- '- juvenile I ;ks
. V. .
Q her memory. This is
. : :.:
ish Library, 1
the V. sea Kri r .
..~- -' :- j I -.
---vr-
wish Edu
; rarily, at -319
Building has ver 1
:- -v-' 'Jewish sub; .
-. History. Fi 1
> R d C : temc r.
2r7 Jewisl A 1 Palestine and
Zionism, Pedaj gj
Tr.e Library Committee of t1-?
-- -::-w:sr. -..
wsts :f Rarbi Max Sr.apiro, David
Wulner ana Harry S^-r.:r.r.;f
The
Joe',
ductor.
Ajjjst to be pr s< nted u
roll Glenn inist.
The program includes r -
"- '-' virturo 3 --.
finished S -
"L Axli si m Suit N J |
B.zct. and V ncerto' No 4 ir,
D min r, by Vieuxtemps, -
played by Miss Glenn.
..S:"-:* tickets 1 j for
this c incert by
Lr.iycr.-.-.T cf Miami ar.i Ar-:-
dons music store in Coral Gables.
HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS AT BETH DAVID
mLX*^ Hebrew High School
S? *Sf* .bee? es...
Beth David Congregation by the
Bureau of Jewish Education. The
Oast consists of boys and girls
who have studied in the Heirev.-
icnools three or more vears a-d
Jo.have background :r. Hebrew
S?e/!ass meets *"ic*
S^ p m J'S and Th,jrsda>"s-
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen- his arrived
ter. in conjunction with the Bu-1 headquarters cf
SSr JJewish ^cation, has es-
2^Sfd*Jim4lar class which is
*?S il^e Cer-ler en Mondays
and Thursdays at 7:15 p. m.
The curriculum in both cla==es
consists of Hebrew La-guTge
Grammar and Composition. Pro-
phets. Chumosh and Rashi
Boys and girls who have back-
ground in Hebrew studies are in-
vited to join these classe= For
further information, call the Beth
Efcmd. Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, or the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation.
gift !wsa as con^n; nZ&z K^SSS ZSSssliS.
ty-fourth Congressional Dis- cronziuck
r OUR HAT IS OFF
Lorry Adler. who elevated the harmonica to the level of a
inent New York attorney
: -: ::" '- worker, has been
mmk. .k iSr;' V,a; [lvr- u '-----, ^icvuieu uie narmonica to the evel ot a
ftaa^saciri^^aiatsr*ta not ^y a musicai genius
.1 address
'-.". on '"
t it ire."
^~ inting to the need for an in-
''' ne-day meeting, j.dc
mtlined the program as
: Jn l-ra ng ses x>n at
; : mgi .
' United Jewish An
He will address ma oinro w~~uZu / waownrawa on harmonica play-
The J.D.C. Faces "l,Stmce h fhJdhood ... At fourteen he was an accomplished
cxnst ... But what we started to tell you is this Larry, a
and tnir9 m?n f **** has *"** tourin9 *e European
to o? 1 EJ?&*tt Iust ES from a VSO
artel fot C^l Pa?1[' ue has wri,,en a verY interesting
SS irdl i? 8'iWhlch ShuId ta out m a 'ew weeks .
Larry, you should know, does an unusual
public is invited to avail it-
self cf these bocks'.
BERNSTEIN ARRIVES IN
PHJUPPINES_FOR VISIT
Rabbi Ph.i-.ip s. Bernstein of the
>nal Jewish Welfare Board
the Philippine
tr.e Board. Rabbi Bernstein ex-
ecut.ve director of the Boards
Committee on Army and Nav>-
Religious Activities, ii accom-
panied by Chaplain Arveh Lev ol
the Office of Chief of Chaplains
Wasr.ington. D. C. "".
Le^ari HZf'SP and Chaplain
d e/nRaRed "i a tour of the
Pacu-ic fighliag fronu Je
'Jewish servicemen.
Lun :. ;;ri2":3b"D: mU" amount""oTreadina 3^iSb Ul? knW' does an unusual
:-.. d a- Answer Panel at cause readin9 and thinking, and never turns down a good
- p. m.; and the General Ses- *
|t -'5pm Mr Engel will ABOUT PEOPT F
at the General Session. T." JTtU^L*'
Ma;or He ward B. Hensel
Atlanta Office of the Field In-
vestigations Branch of the War
^"r-ent,<*flce of Dependent
Benefits will be in Miami. Flor-
4 tJan,Uary 8 throu*h January
-6 to mterview relatives of serv.
cemen who are receiving family
-7llT ,>* ^ounceS
Acs made today by Brig. Gen
!he ODB Un- USAl DrtoT?r
w opened at one ftfil aDe to 9*1 about- has 1
rf fhe UnSS to ItaJJtL ]l mght Clube' Copacabana
idf ft! seeTe dSSLJ^S SA **W*P-
piano as she sinai-Sni w ^^ 8he lean against the
musical of &e cXTT^, rm^Wn hou The hit
Leonard iv^^J^-P*** Town'" has a re by
ever since he ^htoSLTfit'lS ,eUina TOU olf ^ "
conductor of the New Y2TSmH y6ar, to ^^ assistant
interested to know-Sat IS Ph^hannnic ... And you'U be
l Leonards who SLl?6, pie* dancer ie hoW
Best-sellina recoH J+* *e 8,aae namo Shirley Burton
of the F^calDi^or. Header! f608 ^tertainment tot tockfa^S? !ff ifff? fr0m hm '
^J^B^^i I ^^^Al^ ^ B to ^3 and
S8SS- Tk dtte' orehan ?23
million checks, totaling over
seven billion dollars, have beVn
Mae?ort40ldle,rs' dependent"
Major Hensel will establish
temporary headquarters in Mi
GOLF PRACTICE
01 W" FIBUr St.. Mlll
Ml
E. W. AYARS. M. D.
Announei rameval of his
office from
It H. E. 2nd A to.
ailHahnBld*.
H MO H. E. First At*.
Hourt: % 30 lo 4:30 Phono MM



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I %  lie\wiislUEIIiDipidliiaun i>^>^THE JEWISH UNITY VOLUME 18—NUMBER 2 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12. 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS AGED IS ACTIVELY UNDER WAY HERE The Home for the Jewish Aged actively got under way this past month when it re-organized, elected officers and trustees, procured 150 members as it initial effort of the campaign, and purchased property to house the organization. Alfred B. Rosenstein, active in similar work in the North and a resident of Miami Beach, was chosen as president. Mr. Rosenstein is one of the founders of Beth Sholom Center and was prominent in civil and communal work in New York before coming here. Other officers chosen were Mrs. Isidore Cohen, honorary president and founder; Gus Trau, first vice president; Isidore Goldberg, second vice president; Mayer Frankel, third vice president; M. A. Bear, treasurer; Mrs. Philip Salmon, recording secretary; Joseph Zalis, financial secretary; and Daniel Broad, auditor. Members of the board include Henry Danzinger, Jacob Chaves. Sam Rcinhardt, Dr. M. A. Kugel. Samuel Aronstein, J. Sokalof, A. Abramson, Max Greenberg, Isidore Goldberg, Isidore Goldstein, (Continued on page 4) TO THE I. S. OP A. Washington (JTA)—Rep. A. Leonard Allen of Louisiana and Stephen Pace of Georgia here introduced bills to suspend immigration of aliens into the United States from the end of the present war until the number of unemployed persons in the United States is less than one million. Meanwhile, a resolution authorizing the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization "to study the basic problems affecting postwar immigration and naturalization" was referred to the Committee on Rules. Rep. Samuel Dickstein of New York introduced the measure. Rep. William L. Dawson of Illinois has introduced a resolution to create a special committee to make a full and complete study of race relations in the United States. Rep: Dickstein also introduced a measure urging creating of addition "free ports" for refugees in the United States and, simultaneously, presented a concurrent resolution providing for the restoration of property confiscated by the Axis, which went to the Committee on Foreign Affairs, ana a concurrent resolution "declaring it to be un-American to participate in activities to create racial or religious disunity." This measure went U the Judiciary Committee. KING OF ARABIA WILL AID IN PAN-ARAB BODY Cairo (JTA>—King Ibn Saud o/ Arabia has decided to participate in attempts to organize a pan-Arab federation, according to authoritative Egyptian government circles. These quarters say that he had agreed to send delegates to the next pan-Arab conference and has accepted the decisions reached at the meeting in Alexandria in October. Ibn Saud's refusal to participate in a pan-Arab movement, until after the post-war settlement*, has been one at the


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1945 PAGE EIGHT *Jeistlkridiar KELLER SUSSES IMPORTANCE OF (CONTINUE D FR OM PAGE 1) •o the armed forces. Three worldwide agencies are doing vital Zork to build morale and let the nghting men know the home folk* are thinking of them. £ SO has branches everywhere—more than 3.000 in this country — where every man in uniform finds friendship and recreation during that overnight leave or on furlough. Services range from sewing on bottons to elaborate entertainments on weekends and during holidays. USO-Carr.p Shows take a heartwarming entertainment to men far from home— in tiny jungle posts and evun within suund ot gunfire. Famous entertainers, undergoing great hardship, naveput on shDws to thousands ot weary fighters who lorget the mud and blood while they laugh at jokes ar.d applaud songs Stars like Bob Hope. Jack Benny and many other; have traveled r-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAA MIAMI m. J-J4J/_J YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME ands ol miles under the USO1 Camp Show banner. Close to the hearts of everyone is the work of War Prisoners Aid. which crosses enem> lines to provide educational and recreational materials to the men living the lonely, monotonous hfe or prisoners of war. Educational ; courses comparable to a.university have been set up in prison camps, with textbooks and supplies furnished through this War Chest agency. United Seamen's Service dees a job for the men of the merchant marine who deliver supplies where and when they are needed. Rest homes ar..-f recreation centers are set up in tne 1 chief ports of the world. In the United States, Travelers Aid, another participating agency, ; helps millions of transient service I men along the way. assisting them met trains, answering ques' tions. operating lounges in tram i and bus stations and giving a I hand to their wives and children 1 traveling to be at their side. The demand for all these services has increased during the last few months, because of the increase in the war effort, and Jommunity War Chest campaign must succeed if these deis are •• met, Keller stated. "UNDER COVER" SCRIBE TO ADDRESS MIAMIANS John Rov Carlson, author ot "Undei C ver.' top-selling expose \ ,n activities, will iddi ess at 8:30 D m. Thursday. Jan. 18 at Miami Senior High school. Carlson appears here under th< auspices of the Miami Community Forum. Nearly 7 pies of his book have sold sinci it was first oubAug St, 1943 Carlson .-pent four years in the Nazi "unn this intry investigating Nazi f is isl a tivities against the L* S. government W OffKLULY ttPKSWT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN JEWISH RMBUL HOMES lnioetr.a1.9r. Gladly : t.'-uih*d o~. Rju*i.' SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish l H HG&R.. UIA#C£ SlKtCE AUGUST BROS H Y£ IS the BEST / CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES OF THE CHASE FEDERAL MORTGAGE PLAN LOW interest rate. • SMALL monthly payments. We also make loans for periods not exceeding five years without monthly payments. NO LOAN FEES actual cost only. • NO PENALTY for prepayment. • COURTEOUS, efficient service by local people who, like you, are interested in the permanent betterment of our community. • IN TEN YEARS we have served over 1600 families (over SI 1.000,000 in mortgage loans) with only one foreclosure. • IT IS OBVIOUS that our loan plan has proven sound for your neighbors why not let It work for you. In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Serrices announced thresh ';.-*• V ..: .: U-. As-• % %  '••• %  %  %  %  attrtsa % %  %  -I'. •-... portion .,, .so m.t. Horn i a | .... At 6 Pm. Adult | ... u. Ineeday eveliible .lasses conducted I Rv. t 4:45 B. 1 %  §"K3J: IZA-BBO, Bar filttvah Breakfaal ,. ., ,v morning at a. m. dally. ftefUtratlon > all. TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N. E. 10th St.— FT-..!.I. -V..::.R s-rvi-., at IS p m Rabbi Saul B. Apoelbaum speak on 'Why Reform Judaism" Saturday m .rnlnic serviced M n o'clock liar.hi Appelbaum will %  peak %  n the Portion of the U. BETH DAVID~ CONGREGATION, Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.— Late Fr. lav evenln* services at S:is P m conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Abraham Friedman and ttvr-hoir wl!i offici.itIn celcbratl ItZH Sahhath. the BZB Girls will participate The central theme for •:ussl will be "Faith in the Pul i r e v reception will follow the ,..:v! : %  -h.. • iuni Mr Itld Ifrs S B Miller will he hosta In r tbi h %  !.-:• %  nan lace Sat :: la> %  • mini set •• I es l i % % %  Rabbi ShJ will dlsi '-x ,. ..i;." Junior sen I .,• fo:30 s ha I Si los l I B m MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. %  %  ,evening sen ea at 1:1 D m The first annual S bath %  • B'nal H'rlth Girls of thhaptei ALS will ved it the '• run egai on F at late -••• vices at 8:15 p m \ %  • %  Re part %  • %  .: re Doi > Ba il and Naomi M Rabbi Simon April u II Pali nd > %  l( • • Refreshments w II '• served b^ the : %  il, \ • niai Sal la) ornlng as at I .. ii Cantor Samuel Ganchrow will chai t. Mineha. Sri and Maarlv .it 5:'.*. p. m -.'..,.. 7. lek Talmuil. 1545 9 W %  • iday • % %  • enlns sen • '...'. sen %  i" • M i I %  '' %  I C gregai -• %  • : • nil -. ,• %  ralmud To %  Scha -.• Hebrew Sri Sui • al %  BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Conservative. ?• -Jist SV Vumi Beach.R.ibbi Leon Kromsh Will speak n Th" Hist%  .\ u, %  h Mi .... • Mrs. Morris • %  • %  .Cantor Louis • I lead the • las i %  %  ... Rabbi K -' a f tl CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. O-thodox. 3'". Washington Avenue. en ea al 6 T m nighl servl -ei ai %  Rabb Moses Mescheioff will SBeak on the .• lod I 'romlsed Can t Maurice Mamches will lead in the I ~ ftaturdas moi ns Men '.• %  iffs -• • •: %  % %  %  • %  • II : "New K vers V Mil %  lire Father and H -• :-•: .n l • %  Will he he 11 1:30 a. m In our i mmunlty building service w I • • i I M.r:::i and Freei -%  -•%  as i intors and Zelg Hlrsch readinsi the portloi oi the nek :..,-•> Flnkelhoffe will deaern • -• Ulai alts iler srard Susa will serve as S'udos will be hi \ meetli >: and • I % % % %  : • %  Beach Milplace Saturday i Igh! munlty b illdlng \ .:.-• %  •% %  %  ..•-... j. I ;: c ....... %  .-.• %  • a .%  • • to all i' %  _-%  g i %  rtal l irist and sisl 1-7 p. in. Sunday %  :n -'.:. I OBITUARIES MRS. BESSIE DIAMOND nt from .Newark, .N. %  < % %  .,.,, MIM Diamond, %  VRS ANNA SCHWARTZ llrs Una S %  l '" ; '' %  '" : "' "" • •-rour sons. Jos..1. .. i samui M am J i and Mor.-..;.'s.'w..-k three dau.-hter... Jennie. Miami Mrs Helen Cohen. Boat ,.'.,.;, N J. and Sadie BudMd, S. The body sraa sent to Newark by Palmer Funeral chapel. Through the efforts of Rudy Adler. a director on the Dade county blood bank council, a permanent branch office of the blood bank is to be established in Miami Beach Wednesday. Jan. 17, at Moms Bros, department store, 13th St. and Washington Ave. For the time being, this branch will bo opened twice weekly, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 9 a m until noon, for the tak> n § of volunteer donations from blood donors. Plans are being completed lor the formal opening of the branch, at which the Contact Caravan armv band will play and city and county officials will participate. Buy War Bonos and Stamps to \ielp preserve Democracy. 1111 Lincoln Road— ft Block East ol Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resource* Orer $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. Praaident London Arms Hotel 727 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Finest Kosher Cuisine Open to the Public Phone 5-1264 HAT HEN HERE FRIDAV. JAN. 12: American Jowls* ( oncrrw. Women, rrtday K-vi.-w. I 10 p. m. SUNDAY, JAN. 14: Joint OJI UjTecntlon, tourist, membership and sisterhood pros-ram, H.ih Jacob, evening; Business & Professional Women's Division or Hadassah. Memberahlp Tea. Wofford Hotel. -1 p. m.; Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. package party. 8 p. m. MONDAY. JAN. 15: Miami llearh Jewish Center Sisterhood, regular meeting, speaker and music, i'enter, evening; Beth Jaooh Sisterhood Card I*arty. evening: Miami lleach Service league, regular meeting. Iteach T. I:J0: Sunday School Teachers Seminar conducted hy the Ilursau of Jewish Education, Temi>le Israel. % p. ra TUESDAY, JAN. IS: Adult Choral and Singing Society sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with the Ye' and affiliated corurregatinna. Miami Hem-h Jewish Center, g j>. m Executive Committee Meeting Of Federation. Federation Office, t p m Report to community by the American Jewish Conference and World Jewish Congress) by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Harry Sflmonhoff. Temple Israel. UT N. B. 19th St Miami. i> m WEDNESDAY. JAN. 17: I'.eth Jacob Adult Institute. S-l p m ; Heih l>iivld Sisterhood. 2:JI> p. m ; Workmen's Circle Branch No. 92. regular meeting. 8:JO p. m Beth Shotom Sisterhood, regular nieetlng. < p m : Temple Israel Rlnterhood, Donor Luncheon. Kaplan Hall, I10: Miami Beach Jewish Center Adull Oouraaa In conjunction With 'he Bureau of Jewish FMucation and sponsoring orwmnfauttloni I p. m THURSDAY. JAN. 18: It'nii llrlih Women of Sholem Lodge, gen.-ral meeting. Beth David. I SO P m Adult courses sponsored hv the Bureau of Jewish Bduca tlon, Beth David and Temple Isra.l Beth Da\ Id, 8 p n FRIDAY. JAN. 19: National Council of Jewish Women Forums London (JTA)—The first group of Jews recruited in England for the Jewish Brigade left here this week for a training camp in Kent. The recruits were given a farewell reception hefore leaving Palm Beach Notes MBS. MARY SCHBEBNICX R.prw-entcrtWe B'nai B'nth held a board meeting at the home of the president, Dave Katz. on Thursday, December 4. Plans were discussed for the future activities of the lodge. A meeting was also held on Tuesday. January at Schwartzberg hall. This lodge has recently donated a Jewish encyclopedia to the Public Library Mrs. A Persoff. of Delray Beach, spent several days in West Palm Beach visiting with friends. She will have as guest for the winter her mother. Mrs. E Wacksman. of 730 Penn. St. Mrs Zella of Richmond. Va. arrived in town Friday, and will spend the winter at the Keystone Hotel. Federated Jewish Chanties met last week at Sher Memorial hall to discuss plans for their annual drive President Mersky was in charge. Max Karneol is home after being ill at St. Mary's hospital. Mr and Mrs. Simon, of Boston. Mass.. are staving at the home of Rev. Ezekiel Pamtz. 336 Trinity Place. Geraldine Halpern. president of the Hillel group of Tallahassee, discussed the activities of the Foundation at the University before a gathering at Temple Beth Israel. Roach Trap Co., Ft. Smith, Ark. When Yeu Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN E A L T O R Lincoln Road Phone 5 6479 Dependahle. Conscientious Service AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. ALFAR CREAMERY CO. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH SOUTHERN DAIRIES Sorrinfl Pals Bswch County. Nationally Paaoous Southern %  % %  WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lota. Hornet. Hotels Apartment Houses M. 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FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1945 • itmidhfhrkUari FAGE SIX T I Cairo (WNS)-The two Palestine terrorists, Eliauh Cnakim and Ephraim Ben-Zuri. who were held here last month on the charge of slayinR Lord Moyne,, British Minister for the Middle East, arc to be placed on trial Oil January 10. it was disclosed this week. The prosecution will ask tor the death sentence. The defendants, who were reported to have refused to engaged counsel of their own and to have persisted that the proceedings be conducted in Hebrew, will be defended by two government-appointed lawyers. The trial is expected to be one of the longest in the criminal annals of Egypt, with twenty-four witnesses testifying for the prosecution. UNIVERSITY TO HAVE WORLD LABOR CHAIR Jerusalem (JTA)—The Central Committee of the Histatfruth. Palestine Federation of Labor, has decided to establish at the Hebrew University a chair for the study of the world labor movement. The chair will be named after Berl Katznelson. late Histadruth leader. The Mizrachi Laborite Party decided to honor Henrietta Szold by naming a synagogue alter her in one of Its agricultural settlements, Sdei Elihau. This is the first time in the history of Palestine that a synagogue will bear the name of a woman. LEHMAN RETURNS TO U. S. FROM^ OVERSEAS I Washington (JTA) -.Director General Herbert H. Lei man ot the United Nations Relef and Rehabilitation Administration hM returned to the United States and is in Washington following a seven weeks absence most of which he spent in London with a ten day .trip ; to the Continent during which he visited fans. Brazil is about to begin SUPulving 45 million yards 01 textiles for clothing distribution overseas by UNRRA. Laurence Duggan. UNRRA-s Special Diplomatic Advisor announced here. Duggan has just returned from a tour of 16 Lat.n-Amencan countries, including Brazil, together with Dr. Eduardo Santos, UNRRA Deputy Director General. F. D. R. LAUDfTPAPER ON ITS 10THBIRTHDAY New York (JTA)—President Roosevelt in a message to the Aufbau. American-Jewish weekly newspaper in German and in English, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this week, lauded the publication as voicing '•the aspirations of men and women eager to learn the meaning, the opportunities and responsibilities of free citizenship in a free America." Vice-President Henry A. Wallace and five members of the President's Cabinet also sent messages of congratulations to the Aufbau. i 18.000 JEWS DEPORTED OR MURDERED IN RIGA and October of this year, accord, ina to a report published hew by the Jewish Anti-Fasclst Comm Afthe German mijita? situation in Latvia deteriorated, the Nis first began to move Jew,sh forced laborers from factories vo cStretion camps and strengthened the wards at all camps. As the Red Army drove closer, they heean evacuating the camps. Ai thl end of July. 3.000 Hungarian Jewtah women were evacuated. but there is no indication that they ever arrived in Hungary. WITHDRAWTEXTBOOK RESULT OFAGITATION London (JTA)—A Polish textbook entitled "Lwow. which was being used in schools for Polish children in the Middle East has been withdrawn and destroyed as a result of vigorous representation by liberal circles, it is learned here. The text, which was publisher in Palestine by Polish educational authorities, contained a number of slanderous anti-Jewish passages. COLLINS AVE. AT 13TH ST.. M. B. REVLIN HOTEL OUR DINING ROOM IS NOW^ ^^ „.„ 7-onRSF DINNER SERVED FROM 5-8 P. M. 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lie\wiislUEIIiDipidliiaun
i>^>^THE JEWISH UNITY
VOLUME 18NUMBER 2
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12. 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
AGED IS ACTIVELY
UNDER WAY HERE
The Home for the Jewish Aged
actively got under way this past
month when it re-organized,
elected officers and trustees, pro-
cured 150 members as it initial
effort of the campaign, and pur-
chased property to house the or-
ganization.
Alfred B. Rosenstein, active in
similar work in the North and a
resident of Miami Beach, was
chosen as president. Mr. Rosen-
stein is one of the founders of
Beth Sholom Center and was
prominent in civil and communal
work in New York before com-
ing here.
Other officers chosen were
Mrs. Isidore Cohen, honorary
president and founder; Gus Trau,
first vice president; Isidore Gold-
berg, second vice president; May-
er Frankel, third vice president;
M. A. Bear, treasurer; Mrs. Philip
Salmon, recording secretary; Jos-
eph Zalis, financial secretary;
and Daniel Broad, auditor. Mem-
bers of the board include Henry
Danzinger, Jacob Chaves. Sam
Rcinhardt, Dr. M. A. Kugel. Sam-
uel Aronstein, J. Sokalof, A.
Abramson, Max Greenberg, Isi-
dore Goldberg, Isidore Goldstein,
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TO
THE I. S. OP A.
Washington (JTA)Rep. A.
Leonard Allen of Louisiana and
Stephen Pace of Georgia here in-
troduced bills to suspend immi-
gration of aliens into the United
States from the end of the present
war until the number of unem-
ployed persons in the United
States is less than one million.
Meanwhile, a resolution author-
izing the Committee on Immigra-
tion and Naturalization "to study
the basic problems affecting post-
war immigration and naturaliza-
tion" was referred to the Com-
mittee on Rules. Rep. Samuel
Dickstein of New York intro-
duced the measure.
Rep. William L. Dawson of
Illinois has introduced a resolu-
tion to create a special committee
to make a full and complete study
of race relations in the United
States.
Rep: Dickstein also introduced
a measure urging creating of addi-
tion "free ports" for refugees in
the United States and, simul-
taneously, presented a concurrent
resolution providing for the re-
storation of property confiscated
by the Axis, which went to the
Committee on Foreign Affairs,
ana a concurrent resolution "de-
claring it to be un-American to
participate in activities to create
racial or religious disunity." This
measure went U the Judiciary
Committee.
KING OF ARABIA WILL
AID IN PAN-ARAB BODY
Cairo (JTA>King Ibn Saud
o/ Arabia has decided to partici-
pate in attempts to organize a
pan-Arab federation, according to
authoritative Egyptian govern-
ment circles. These quarters say
that he had agreed to send dele-
gates to the next pan-Arab con-
ference and has accepted the de-
cisions reached at the meeting in
Alexandria in October. Ibn
Saud's refusal to participate in a
pan-Arab movement, until after
the post-war settlement*, has
been one at the Mocks to formation af an Arab
unUa.
RELIEF SUPPLIES NOW
ENROUTE TO MOSCOW
Montreal (JTA)A shipment of
relief supplies for Polish Jews
in liberated territories and Russia
valued at $40,000 is now en route
to Moscow, it was announced here
by the United Jewish Refugee
and War Relief Agencies which
sent the supplies. Included in the
shipment are 10,540 pairs of
shoes, 3,000 heavy coats, 3,500
woolen shirts and 7,500 pairs of
woolen trousers. One hundred
cases of soap will be shipped
soon.
A.J.C. DELEGATES
TO MAKE REPORT
AT TEMPLE ISRAEL
Stanley C. Myers, will be chair-
man of a meeting Tuesday night,
January 16, at Temple Israel,
when Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Harry Simonhoff will report on
the recent annual meetings of
the American Jewish Conference
and the World Jewish Congress.
The recent resignations in the
Zionist Emergency Council reflect
some of the various points of
view and discussions that will be
presented in the reports of Rabbi
Shapiro and Mr. Simonhoff,
According to Mr. Simonhoff.
his report is being made at the
suggestion of a large number of
Jewish organizations in Greater
Miami who have asked him .for
individual reports. It was decided,
however, that the entire com-
munity could best be served if
the reports were presented at one
meeting.
The meeting is open to all
members of the Greater Miami
Jewish community.
LAW IS DRAFTED
Bucharest (JTA)The draft of
a law providing for punishment
of war criminals was made pub-
lic here this week by the Ru-
manian Minister of Justice. It
specifies that those found guilty
of participating in the persecu-
tion of Jews will come within
the category of war criminals.
They include:
1. People who ordered cruelties
inflicted on the Jewish popula-
tion, or who themselves com-
mitted such acts.
2. People who ordered the es-
tablishment of ghettos or concen-
tration camps for Jews, or de-
ported them beyond the bound-
aries of the country.
3. People who participated in
the transportation of Jews for the
purpose of mass-extermination.
4. People guilty of organizing
excessively hard labor for Jews
for the purpose of affecting their
annihilation.
5. People guilty of ordering and
applying inhuman treatment to
Jews in concentration camps and
in forced labor detachments.
6. People who proposed or is-
sued decrees and regulations in-
spired by the Nazi racial laws,
as well as those who carried out
these decrees.
7. People who utilized the Ru-
manian racial laws to their own
advantage to enrich themselves
through the anti-Jewish meas-
ures.
The varying punishments pro-
vided by the law include capital
punishment, hard labor for life
and from five to twenty years at
hard labor.
CANADIANS TO ASSIST
DISCHARGED SOLDIERS
J. 0. G.
IS TO BE STRESSED
Community participation in the
world-wide program of the Joint
Distribution Committee is em-
phasized by the sponsoring group
for the Southern Regional Meet-
ing to be held in the Ansley
Hotel in Atlanta on Sunday, Jan-
uary 14, it was announced by
J.D.C. officials as plans for the
meeting are completed.
The community leaders who
are arranging the meeting which
will include representatives from
North Carolina, South Carolina,
Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana,
Mississippi, Florida and Georgia,
are: Armand May, Atlanta; Wil-
liam P. Engel, Birmingham; Lt.
Col. William W. Goodman. Mem-
phis; Rabbi Emil W. Leipziger,
New Orleans; Stanley C. Myers,
Miami, and Edgar B. Stem, New
Orleans.
The meeting, according to
J.D.C. officials, "will afford us
all an opportunity to receive first-
(Continued on page 4)
Montreal (JTA)The forma-
tion of a Rehabilitation Commit-
tee to assist discharged members
of the Canadian armed forces was
announced this week by the Ca-
nadian Jewish Congress. This
committee proposes to supple-
ment the government's rehabili-
tation program as established un-
der the Department of Veterans'
Affairs and to centralize and co-
ordiate the facilities offered by
the Jewish community organiza-
tions to returned veterans.
MASS MEETING AT
MIAMI BEACH TO
HEAR
TO ADOPT POLICY
London (JTA)A demand that
the present Parliament adopt a
final policy on Palestine immedi-
ately is voiced in an editorial in
the Daily Express.
Citing the three "conflicting
Palestine policies" which were
announced before the war. name-
ly: the partition plan of 1937. the
reversal of this plan by the Peel
Commission in 1938 and the
White Paper of 1939, the editorial
says: "Before the tired old Par-
liament ends its term of office it
should produce and implement a
final policy and should be ener-
getic in the matter."
ENGINEERS DIE IN
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
MOW and give our men la the
forces the hela flM|
London (JTA)The Polish
Telegraphic Agency reported
this week how a group of 35
Jewish engineers died in a suicide
action which destroyed a Ger-
man rubber factory in Silesia
just before the Germans started
their present offensive on the
western front.
The entire plant and the stores
of tires which were intended for
the use of the German army were
blown up in an explosion which
could be heard for miles, the
report said. In addition to the
Jewish engineers, all the German
supervisors and a large number
of Nazi workers were killed.
The report, received by the
Polish Government in Exile,
through underground channels,
said that the engineers were kept
in the factory because they could
not be replaced. In reprisal for
destruction of the plant, the Ger-
mans publicly hanged all the
Jews they could find in the dis-
trict. These were eleven men and
one 18-year-old boy.
The report emphasized that all
the engineers engaged in the con-
spiracy knew that they would
perish in carrying out their plan,
and agreed to sacrifice their lives.
They smuggled dynamite into the
factory.
James G. McDonald, Chairman
of the President's Advisory Com-
mission on Political Refugees,
will be the principal speaker at
a mass meeting to be held at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center. 1415
Euclid Ave., on Tuesday night,
January 23, at 8 p. m. Mr. Mc-
Donald's visit to Greater Miami
is sponsored by the United Pales-
tine Appeal. Mr. McDonald, in
view of his official position, is
completely informed on how re-
fugees have been handled in
Palestine and other countries.
This meeting is for information
purposes only and has no con-
nection with fund-raising and
members of the community are
urged to attend.
The Bialek Choral Society, or-
ganized by the Bureau of Jewish
Education and under the co-spon-
sorship of the Y.M. & W.H.A. of
Miami and Miami Beach, will
present several Palestinian songs.
Cantor Barkan of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will con-
duct.
AID NEEDY JEWS
Pans (JTA)A fortune of be-
tween two and three million
francs has been bequeathed by
an Austrian woman of the Pro-
testant faith to the Joint Distri-
bution Committee to be used to
aid Austrian Jews, it was learned
Officials of the probate court
of the Alpes-Maritime depart-
ment notified the Paris office
of the JDC of the bequest, made
by Mle. Marie Louise Wellner-
Hofteufel, who died in a sana-
torium at Vance on May 15. 1944.
In explaining her reason for be-
queathing her estate for Jewish
relief, she declared "I have taken
the decision to leave my fortune
for the aid of these who I feel
are the poorest among the poor
because they are persecuted for
their faith."
JDC officials here were sur-
prised by notification of the be-
quest, since to their knowledge.
Mile. Hofteufel had never had
any contact with the relief or-
ganization. They said that on the
basis of the executor's report, the
estate was valued at between two
and three million francs, princi-
pally in cash, jewelry and person-
al effects in France, and jewelry
and cash in both Swiss and New
York banks.
PRESIDENT WOULD SET
UP EMPLOYMENT BODY
Washington (JTA)President
Roosevelt favors enactment of
legislation setting up a Per-
manent Fair Employment Prac-
tice Commission. Malcom Ross,
chairman of the present FEPC,
told reporters after a brief visit
ta the White Housa.
KELLER STRESSES
IMPORTANCE OF
Flaming headlines that tell of
new American assaults in Eu-
rope, Italy and the Philippines
emphasize the work of the Dade
County Community War Chest t
the fighting men wherever they
may be, according to James I.
Keller, campaign chairman.
While this is just one phase of
the three-fold service of the War
Chestat home, to troops and to
Alliesit is one close to the
hearts of everyone as the war
fury mounts, Keller said.
Work with service men oc-
cupies an important place in the
War Chest picture. Many of the
agencies concerned solely with
the military effort.
Two of those agencies are Dade
County's own. The Miami Beach
Servicemen's Recreation Pier is
world-famous for its service to
men in training here. More than
a million men have passed
through its doors, to relax in a
comfortable atmosphere of home.
The Bayfront Park Center does
the same job for men and women
in uniform in Miami and is fi-
nanced entirely by local funds.
But this does not begin to tell
the story of War Chest services
(Continued on page 8)
IS
OF POLISH JEWS
London (JTA)A charge that
underground units attached to the
Polish Government-in-Exile in
London have persecuted and
murdered Jews in Poland and
handed many over to the Gestapo
was made this week in the first
Yiddish broadcast over the Lub-
lin radio. The broadcast, which
was heard here, quoted a pro-
clamation issued by a meeting of
the Association of Jewish Parti-
sans, and said that the London-
directed groups are "even now
murdering Jews emerging from
hiding."
The Lublin charges were dis-
puted by Emanuel Szerer and Dr.
Ignacy Schwarzbart, Jewish
members of the Polish National
Council, the parliament of the
Government-in-Exile. Szerer said
that the anti-Semitic activities of
the extreme reactionary groups
inside Poland had been revealed
previously in underground re-
ports received here, but added
that 'these activities are directed
equally against the vast majority
of the underground loyal to Lon-
don." Dr. Schwarzbart said that
while "Jews might have been in-
volved in clashes between the
Polish forces and Communist
guerrillas, it is not true that the
Polish forces fought Jews as such.
To the contrary," he continued.
"Polish officers organized, trained
and commanded Jewish units."
TURKEY TO STOP JEWS
GOING THRU COUNTRY
Bucharest (JTA)The Turkish
Government has asked the Ru-
manian Foreign Office to prevent
the emigration of Jews from Ru-
mania to Palestine via Turkey
and said that Turkish transit
visas will not be issued to such
emigrants.
In making this request, pie
Turkish Government emphasised
that it is no longer able to issue
transit visas to Jews in view of
the fact that the Palestine Gov-
ernment is restricting Jewish im-
migration into Palestine. The For-
eign Office has notified the Zion-
ist leaders in Bucharest of the
Turkish request



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%  ^^ %  %  % % % %  i e\wiisltUEIliDipidliiaun Grm6vn'vnATHE JEWISH U N I TY G/ni THE IFNX/I<;H WEEKLY VOLUME 18—NUMBER 1 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS Y ISTOPS CONFLICTS BETWEEN BODIES New York (WNS)—Elimination of conflict between national and local defense agencies has been achieved by the unanimous adoption of a resolution by the executive committee of the National Community Relations Advisory Council at its recent meeting in New York. The resoultion provides that national agencies "will not without the approval and consent" of local civic protective agencies, "undertake any activity which, in the opinion of the local organization, duplicates or conflicts with the local organization activities, or which such local organization opposes." Long a question on which there have been considerable differ, ences of opinion between national and local civic protective agencies the adoption of the resolution was hailed by members of the executive committee of the NCRAC as a great step forward in Jewish civic protective activities in the United States. "The resolution," said David Slier, chairman of the NCRAC. • is significant because it Rives practical assurance to the American Jewish community that the national and local civic protective agencies recognize the absolute necessity for coordination of activities through an agency such as the National Community Relations Advisory Council. In providing that in disputes between local and national organizations 'such difficulties should be submitted to the NCRAC for final determination,' the six national and eighteen local agencies of the NCRAC have set up a supreme authority for coordination of activities that will prevent duplication of efforts. The membership of the NCRAC is composed of six national agencies—the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, the B'nai B'rith of AUSTRALIAN JEWS TO ASK FOR IMMIGRATION Melbourne, Australia (JTA) — Jewish leaders in Australia this week indicated that there is no prospect that the government will reconsider its rejection of the scheme to establish a Jewish settlement in Kimberly. The Executive Council of Australian Jews, therefore, decided to submit to the government a memorandum asking for ordinary immigration of Jews along the same lines as the immigration of other people from European countries. The memorandum will emphasize the fact that Australia has benefited from past immigration and that future Jewish immigrants will produce satisfactory citizens. FRENCH JEWS ARE STILL IN SLAVERY Paris (JTA)—Some of the Jews deported from France are still alive but forced to labor under frightful conditions in one of Germany"s worst labor camps at Blechammer in the Jakobswald forest of Sielesia. according to a French workman who escaped from the camp. The camp, in the depths of the forest, is maintained by the Gestapo, the witness said. It is divided into two sections, one for Frenchmen sent to Germany for forced labor, workmen of other nationalities. German deserters and some British prisoners. The other, he said, is for French Jews of all social classes "levelled off and rolled together by the most shocking treatment that men can inflict on the fellow-beings." E AS COUNCIL READ, REPLACING SILVER New York (WNS)—The factional conflict in the Zionist Emergency Council which culminated last week in the resignations of Drs. Silver and Wise, co-chairmen, reached a climax this week with the acceptance by the Council of Dr. Silver's resignation and with the election of Dr. Wise as chairman. The action was taken at a meeting of the Council attended by all members except Dr. Wise and Dr. Silver. Dr. Wise resigned as co-chairman of the Council two weeks ago in protest against what he and his supporters charTO ASK U. S. TO SEND! MISSION TO PALESTINE HOMELAND URGED BYDRJEIIANN Tel Aviv (JTA)—The antiSemitic poison which the GertnoAntT-beVamat'ion League." the! mans have spread throughout EuJewish Labor Committee, the Jewish War Veterans of the United States and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations —and eighteen local civic protective agencies throughout the country, MIAMI AND BEACH I1A TO PRESENT NOTED LECTURER Next event in the Inter-Y Cultural series, sponsored by Miami Beach YM and WHA and Miami YM and YWHA, will be a lecture <>n Jan. 7, at 8:30 p. m. at Miami Beach Senior High school by Victor A. Yakhontoff. who will discuss "United States-RussiaJapan." A general at 35, he served for more than two years with the Russian armies in World War I. During that war he served as a personal emissary from the czar to the general staff. Later he served as assistant secretary of war following the overthrow of the czar and also as acting secretary in the Soviet cabinet. Following this term of office, he was stationed in Tokyo as military attache at the Russian embassy. This year he is conducting a course at the New School for social Research. He has lived in n 's country for several years. Subscriptions for the full series are available at the Miami Beach JM and WHA, No. 1 Lincoln Rd.. and the Miami YM and YWHA. I56 7 S. W. 5th St.. Miami. rope will endure for many generations, Dr. Chaim Weizmann said this week, addressing a "Small Zionist Congress" convoked here by the Keren Hayesod. It is necessary, therefore. he added, that a Jewish homeland be established in Palestine as the solution to the problem. Dr. Weizmann. who was given a tumultuous greeting when he entered the meeting hall, said that hundreds of thousands of Jewish men. women and children from Europe are striving to come to Palestine, which represents their last hope. Dr. Silver's statement in part said: "At the time that I announced my resignation as cochairman of the American Zionist Emergency Council and as the chairman of its Executive Committee on December 20, I stated that it was irrevocable. I regret that so much controversy has develop1 ed over it, but I must insist upon the position I have taken, despite the urging of many friends that I reconsider my decision. My policies do not appear to have the support of a sufficient majority of the ] membership of the Council as now constituted to warrant my continuing in office. "I remain, of course, a memI ber of the American Zionist j Emergency Council and will j eagerly give the Movement whatever help and counsel I can. My resignation will leave j me free to devote myself more fully to Zionist education among our people and the ex; position of the Zionist program among the general public. As a private in the ranks I shall continue to advocate the classic Zionist program which aims at the re-establishment of Palestine as a free and democratic Jewish Commonwealth, and a policy in which timidity, appeasement and backstairs .diplomacy' will have no place. "It is a source of great satisfaction that the past sixteen months of my administration have been marked by substantial progress for the Zionist cause in our country. I trust that whatever differences of opinion exist in our Movement —and no great movement is quite free of them—will in no way interfere with the further progress of our historic cause in the days to come." New York (JTA)—A resolution asking the U. S. government to send a commission to Palestine to investigate the situation there was adopted here at a special conference of the group of Zionist-Revisionists who left the new Zionist Organization of America as a result of differences of opinion. Another resolution adopted by the conference asked for the reorganization of the Jewish Agency for Palestine into a "Jewish Government-in-Exile." It also demanded that the present members of the Jewish Agency all become Palestine citizens, or otherwise be disqualified to serve in the Agency. GIFTED SPEAKERS TO RALLY YE REPATRIATES ARE T Bucharest (JTA)—Gen. Sergei Vinogradov, head of the Russian Armistice Commission in Rumania, this week informed Jewish leaders here that the first of the 9.000 Rumanian Jews who are to be repatriated from Transnistria to their homes in Rumania will leave Russian territory this week. The initial group will consist of 2,000 persons. The repatriation of the Rumanian Jews has been instituted at the request of Jewish leaders in Bucharest who submitted a memorandum requesting the transfer to the Russian Armistice Commission, The Jews to be repatriated are the remnants of the thousands of Jews deported to Transnistria by the pro-Nazi regime of Gen. Antonescu. Two eloquent speakers who know at first hand of the vital services of the Dade County Community War Chest agencies will help picture them at a countywide rally Monday night at Bayfront Park that will launch the War Chest annual campaign for $695,000. A brilliant show of military pageantry will precede the rally. The speakers on the program that starts at 8 p. m. include Liu Liang-Mo, one of the outstanding representatives of China in this country, and Dr. Russell Williams, Miami civic leader. Mr. Liu will tell of the work of the war relief agencies, including United China Relief, that share in the great united campaign. Former morale officer of the Chinese Army, he laid the foundation for civilian cooperation with the military, which resulted in China's heroic resistance to Japan and will tell of China's sacrifices of 5,000,000 lives. 50,000,000 homes and her unconquerable will to fight on with America's help. Dr. Williams will describe the work of the 23 "home town" agencies that procide child care, family protection, recreation, and other vital services to people of all faiths. The campaign for $695,000 will continue until Jan. 26, reaching into every home and business in the county. DEATH SENTENCE TO BE FATE OF ASSASSINS Cairo (JTA)—The death sentence will be asked by the prosecution for the two Palestine terrorists who assassinated Lord Moyne, British Minister for the Middle East, early last month, it was revealed here. The trial will open here on Jan. 10. Twenty-four witnesses will testify for the prosecution. The case prepared by the prosecutor takes up more than 300 typewritten pages. The two terror acterized as unauthorized action by Dr. Silver in pressing for action on the Palestine resolution which was shelved by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the advice of the State Department. Dr. Silver submitted his resignation a week ago at a meeting of the Council. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) written pages, IIK l "" **j r-med fro ists. Eliauh Chakim of Haifa.and | caped iro Ephraim Ben-Zuri of Tel Aviv. HLJP^ ESCAPEE SAYS MANY JEWS WERE MURDERED Bern (JTA)—A man who esfrom beseiged Budapest ,n a week ago told the wili-be-defcnded t %  | ^SrJXSKt S&S2 ent government-appointedI law-, ppone nts" of the Szalasy yers since they refused to appoint j rcBimt r K majn | y Jews, have been their own lawyers. | mur dercd in recent weeks. ~ -..~Y*.T^ eT~nai1sir The identity of the JTA's inNAZI MURDERS BRINC* | formanti a 33-ytar.old man who RFOITESTS FOR REPORT I looks as if he were sixty, cannot HtWUtaiorvn"" K revca i e< j. nor can the route he travelled in fleeing Hungary. All that can be said is that his flight was made possible through the bribing of Gestapo officials. He travelled for four days in coal cars, freight cars and. finally a sealed coach, with only a loaf of hard bread and a few lumps of sunar for food. Washington (JTA) Worldwide interest in the revelation of atrocities in Nazi extermination camps made public a month ago by the War Refugee Board has been evidenced by a flood of applications for copies of the report the Jewish Telegraphic Agency has been informed. .L DIES IN LAKES Los Angeles (JTA)—Dr. Ludwig B. Bernstein, 74, former president of the National Conference of Jewish Social Work, died here this week. He had made his home in Los Angeles since 1937 when he retired as executive director of the Pittsburgh Federation of Jewish Philanthropies. Dr. Bernstein participated in the first White House conference on child welfare at the invitation of President Theodore Roosevelt. He once taught modern languages in New York City schools and from 1902 to 1920 headed the Hebrew Sheltering Guardian Society. While in that post he introduced the cottage plan for care of children in institutions. DELEGATES TO REPORT AT TEMPLE JANUARY 16 Greater Miami's official delegates to the American Jewish Conference and World Jewish Congress, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Harry Simonhoff, will give a report to the community on Tuesday night, January 16, at Temple Israel, under the sponsorship of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Rabbi Shapiro and Mr. Simonhoff have recently returned from attending the annual meetings of the Conference and the Congress and both have prepared reports so that members of 'he community can be aware of what has transpired. The World Jewish Congress, according to Rabbi Shapiro, has made a number of plans to expand its activities into the spheres of rescue and relief. Mr. Simonhoff states that the Conference has gone ahead with its plans for bringing some kind of order into the post-war plans of Jewish groups. The program of the evening will be opened by Rabbi Saul Appelbaum. with a brief memorial service for the war dead by the Rev. Jacob J. Simonhoff. J.D.C. GIVES $75,000 FOR FOOD F ROM SWEDEN New York (JTA)—The Joint Distribution Committee has appropriated $75,000 for food packages which will be sent from Sweden to internees in the concentration camps of Theresienstadt. Bergenbelson and Birkenau. Joseph C. Hyman, executive vice-president of the committee, announced. This package program from Sweden will be supervised by Laura Margolis, J.D.C. overseas worker. Export licenses have been secured for 75,000 kilos of foodstuffs for the parcels. IASUFESTRGED TO PROTECT JEWS FROM NAZI DEATH New York (JTA)—Gravely concerned over the fate of the surviving Jewish population of Belgium and Luxembourg, especially because of reports which have reached this country that local Quislings plan the annihilation of the remaining Jews in the event that these countries are again temporarily overrun by Nazi hordes, the Jewish Labor Committee, wired President Roosevelt, Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson, and John W. Pehle. executive director of the War Refugee Board, uring that extraordinary measures be taken to prevent "these long suffering people from becoming again the victims of the Nazi butchers." The wire, signed by Adolph Held, David Dubinsky, Joseph Baskin, and Jacob Pat, chairman, treasurer, secretary, and executive secretary, respectively, of the Committee, emphasized that the special position of the Jews justified special attention to remove them from possible danger areas. "We pray that this be done in time, before the conscience of civilized humanity will be further burdened with, the accusation of being too late," the appeal stressed.



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PAGE TWO 9-JewistflcriJ/ari FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 1945 BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Axclrod, 1219 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter December 30 at St. Francis Hospital. WEDDINGS BRISM The Brism of the sons of Pyt. and Mrs. Bernard Feldman. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Gordon, and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Haber took place this week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle have as their house guests, their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bracker, of NewYork, and their nephew. David Bracker. of Savannah, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman will be hosts at late services Friday evening at Belli David Synagogue in celebration ol their 33rd wedding anniversary. Rehments will be served and friends are united. REVERSIBLE FABRIC SEAT COVERS 1 EACH Good looking fabric covers for your dining room chairs reversible for longer wear. Tan or green with gay print! They'll make a colorful difference in a room which needs accent. MIAMI STORE, NOTIONS, SB) OND FLOOR Miss Mildred Kugelman and Pfc. Nathan Grodsky, Army Air Corps, were united in marriage Dec. 25, at the home of the bride s aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Moskowitz. 525 88th St.. Miami Beach. Rabbi M. Mescheloff officiated at the formal wedding m the presence of 75 friends of the couple. Helen Stein and Cpl. Harold George Shapiro have chosen Sunday. January 7. for their wedding date. The ceremony will take place at the bride's home, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Miss Stein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stein of this 1 city was graduated from Bethany 'College. Bethany. West Virginia and attended the University ol ; Pittsburgh. Cpl, Shapiro, son 01 Mr. and Mrs Morris Shapiro, attended the University of Miami after graduating from Miami Senior High School. Before his induction into the army, he was active in local and national youth Zionist circles. ; The couple will make their home in Tampa, where Cpl. | Shapiro is stationed as a laboratory technician at the Regional Hospital at Drew Field. House guests at the home of I Mr. and Mrs. Moses Pallet. 136 N. W. 15th Ave., are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall and daughter Shirley, of Trenton. N. J. They will remain here several weeks. ENGAGEMENT Lewis Green, 1451 S. W. 5th St.. is convalescing at home after a severe illness. He thanks all his friends for their many kindnesses. GOLF PRACTICE Day and night 10 A.M. to midnight GOOD BALLS GOOD CLUBS We have a supply o( PRE-WAR GOLF BALLS for sale WEST FLAGLER GOLF DRIVING RANGE 2901 W. Flagler St., Miami Better Cut This Out NOW as Reminder For INCOME TAX SERVICE See O. F. MADDUX Office, 29 N. W. 8th Ave. 'i Block Flagler Bus Stop TTLuimi for REST CONVALESCENCI ...-ICHRONICCASES Buy War Stamps uti RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL !25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach •7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CAillLUC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT i l on j tfwSun-Ray Park Health Resort GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given I. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling Alligator Farm Wishing Well Silver Work Indian Dolls Baskets Tom Toms Pottery Blankets Bows and Arrows Mount Sinai Memorial Park Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n V lir,.^ r A COMM UNITY CEMETERY Onesed Shel Emes Chosen I ,l 1 the DEBBS 1 I apl 1 B'rith Younfi Wi meeting In Id Deci was Miss Elj Newman. < • ficcrs %  : wen N rn Ha vice president; Faj recording -> en tarj; Mil lander, corresponding secretary: and Bernyce Bandani -. tn asurer. This chapli r, composi d at pre. sent of 30 members, was f< 1 to fill the needs of young women who are too young to bi admitted into the adult groups, and has a five-fold purpose plan religion, service, culture, social, and athletic. Sponsors of the DEBBS are Mrs. Milton Friedman and Mis. Albert Pallot. Meetings are to he held every Tuesday night at the home of one of the members until such time us a definite meeting place can be assigned. Mr. and Mrs Hvman Sootin 230 N. W. 2nd Ave.. had with them for a short stay their son and daughter, both of whom are in the Navy. Miss Adele Sootin is a Pharmacist's Mate 1 c stationed at Bethcsda hospital in Maryland. Her brother, S 1 c Harvey Sootin, a radio technician, is stationed in Chicago. Celebrating a belated honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Max Tendrich visited here at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tendrich, 747 West Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Tendrich is the former Ruth Needle of Chicago The couple were wed August ii. Ri %  • ntly discharged from the army, Mr. Tendrich is now in his senior year at Loyold Dental School in Chicago. r 2s %  WB" 1 "WB5 S'l'sA^ S^andA Harry Dacks, 731 N. W. MgR H MiS s Greenberg tafrom Flushing Long Island, and Miami She WM graduated from Bayside High ,. Long Island ana attended Hunter college and the University of Miami. Now stationed at tamp Barklev Tex. Mr. Packs was graduated from Mia,... Senior High school and. pnor to entenns[the Army, attended the Universitj ol ebride-elecl is a member of Dc l ta Epsilon Chi and an honorarj member ol the Alumnae r of Lambda Pi\ Mr Dacks ,.,,,, esidi nt ol Alaph Zadw The 1 ngai ent of M P Greenberg. daughti r of Mr. Gre< nl erg, mil n A.. Miami Beach, to : M. Richter, son ol Mr. and .1 ,\. Richter, 4666 N. Bay M Bi ach, is being anher parents. They plan to b< arried on March II. The prospectivi bridegroom is the son of Mi and Mrs. Joseph A Richter. 4666 Bay Rd., Miami Bi ach, He n ci ived his medical discharge Sept. lti from the United Stati Naval Reserve, after attending Midshipman's school, Plattsburg, N. Y. The bride-elect, formmlv Of Detroit. Mich., has resided in Miami Beach for the past year and a half. She was graduated from Central High school in Detroit in 1943 and also attended business school. Mr. Richter is a 1!>3U graduate of Miami Senior High school. He attended the University of Florida and the University of North Carolina and is a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. PERSONALS Mrs. Isidor Cohen has returned to the city after spending five I weeks in Hot Springs. Rov Mack, son of Mr. and Mrs H. Mack. 1810 N. W. 47th St! I spent a week in Miami before returning to his studies at the Emory University School of Dentistry. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Kupper have returned to the city from Tusca1 loosa, where Mr. Kupper was engaged in government work. They will again establish their residence here. Mrs. Rose Dubbin has returned to the city after vacationing in Atlantic City. Mrs. Jennie Lubow, 454 N. W. 25th Ave.. has returned from Augusta, Ga., where she spent two weeks with her daughter anil son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simowitz. TO PROTEST SATURDAY LABOR BY WORKERS Jerusalem (JTA)—The Jewish National Council of Palestine voted this week to send a memorandum to the government protesting against the fact that Jewish employees of certain public projects were being compelled to work on Saturdays and other holidays. Mr and Mrs. Leo Beilmson of Manhattan Beach. N. Y.. and 4274 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach, anI nounce the engagement of their. daughter, Miss Svbel Beilmson. to S Sgt Milton M. Mittman, I L'SA. son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave. Mittman of New York City. IN LOVING MEMORY REV. LOUIS SLUTSKY Passed Away JANUARY 22. 1944 TEBETH 26, 5704 HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN imcQLn —Buy War Bonds Today— H. E. PARNELL, M. D. 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party in the House of Commons
in favor of the Chamberlain
White Paper which* sought to put
an end to the Jewish National
Home in Palestine. He thereby
gave proof of his unwillingness
to support a policy which was
fundamentally unjust.
"It accords ill with that atti-
tude to suggest that civilized
humanity will be deflected by the
acts of a few individuals from its
purpose to restore the Jews to I
their rightful place among the |
nations of the world, and thereby
to fulfill an undertaking founded
on profound moral and huamni-
tarian considerations. These iso-
lated acts of terror violate the
spirit of justice proclaimed and
practiced by Jewish tradition, and
scrupulously observed by the
Jews of Palestine in resolute self-
discipline through the years.
EDWARD CLARKE WILL
REVIEW JANUARY 17
"Romance of Robert and Clara
Schumann" will be reviewed by
Edward Clarke, sixth in the
series of forums sponsored by the
Miami Section, National Council
of Jewish Women, at 1:45 p. m.
Friday, January 19. Mrs. I.
Greenfield will be hostess for the
event in her home, 4495 Nautilus
Drive, Miami Beach.
CARDIAC HOME WILL
HAVE A GAME PARTY
Dade Chapter, National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home invites
members and friends to their
Game Party, to be given on Sat-
urday, January 13, 8 p. m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Mrs. Jean Raab will be in
charge of arrangements.
COMMITTEES OF NCIW
MET ON WEDNESDAY
The membership committees of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, Miami Section, headed
by Mrs. Morris Alpert, Miami
Beach and Mrs. Hyman Kaplan,
Miami, met Wednesday, January
10, at the home of Mrs. Alpert.
Plans were discussed to spur
the membership drive as it moves
into the final phase of activity
prior to the Annual Tea which
will honor new members. The
affair will be held Thursday, Feb-
ruary 1, at the Atlantis Hotel
Roof, Miami Beach.
Workers of the membership
committees who may be contact-
ed for membership include, in
Miami, Mrs. Paul Barnett, Mrs.
Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Lewis
Brown, Mrs. George Adler and
Mrs. Milton Friedman; in Miami
Beach, Mrs. Jack Silverman. Mrs.
N. J. Siegendorf, Mrs. Harry Ma-
gid, Mrs. M. D. Schwab. Mrs.
Jeanette Good and Mrs. David
Honoroff.
SMALL PERCENTAGE IN
SYNAGOGUE SERVICES
Only 18 per cent of the Jewish
people attend synagogue services
at least once a month, the D. U.
National Opinion Research Cen-
ter shows. This contrasts with 65
per cent Protestant and 83 per
cent Catholic church goers.
Fifty per cent of the Jews at-
tend synagogue only on high holy
days. Seventeen per cent of the
Protestants go to services less
than once a year or never, com-
pared to 8 per cent of the Cath-
olics and 32 per cent of the Jews.
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CENTER SISTERHOOD IN
MEETING JANUARY 15
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will hold
its regular meeting Monday eve-
ning, January 15, at the Center,
1415 Euclid Ave. Miss Malvina
Weiss will be guest speaker.
Vocal selections will be rendered
by Miss Judy Nelson, accom-
panied on the piano by her mo-
ther.
200 FIRMS WILL SHOW
AT ALL-FLORIDA FAIR
Approximately 850 companies
have been invited to exhibit pro-
ducts at the All-Florida Industrial
and Agricultural exposition in
Miami from Feb. 5 through Feb.
17, Forrest D. Banning, general
manager, reported.
MITASC and other military in-
stallations in the vicinity also
will exhibit, Manning reported.
The exposition has financial sup-
port of Miami area manufacturers
and industrialists. Offices are
maintained in the Congress build-
ing.
The exposition will be held on
the circus grounds at Eighth Ave.
and 23rd St.
ITURBI TO APPEAR HERE
IN CONCERT ON IAN. 17
Jose Iturbi, world famous pian-
ist, composer and movie star,
who appear here for a single
mid-January concert, Wednesday
January 17th.
One of the world's greatest
classical artists, Iturbi is also on
intimate terms with modern com-
posers and will include on his
programs at the Miami Senior
High school the now well-known
"Etude in Boogie Woogie Style,"
written especially for him by
Morton Gould, along with selec-
tions from the works of Scar-
latti, Brahms, Beethoven, Chopin,
Listz and others.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
H. E. LEICHENGER
Tax Consultant
Announces the opening of his office
Lincoln Drexcl Bldg.
1655 Drexel Avenue
Miami Beach
Engagement by Appointment Only
PHONE 5-4452
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
1389 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301
Bast care for chronic sick, conva-
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Reasonable Prlcaa
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private parties.
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5-5319 For Appointment
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that*
the pnderslgned, desiring to engage
In bisslneas under the fictitious name
of ftYMOUTH POULTRY CO., of
Miami. Florida, Intend to register the
mI cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAX <; .1.1 MAN-
JACK PENN
Owners.
1/S-12-U-2*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
STANDARD MERCANTILE CO., 708
W. Flagler Street, Miami. Florida, and
Intend to register the said fictitious
name In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY GREENBER'i
HENRY CKEENBERC.
lt/Sl l/S-12-19-2*
NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN that
the undesigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of IIEI.ENK HOTEL at 1030 I5th
Street. Miami lteach, Florida, intends
to resistor the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade
County, Florida.
HOME COHEN
MYERS A IIEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant.
1/12-19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
JOHNSTETT FUR MFC... 107 N. E.
1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, and in-
tend to register the said fictitious
name In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
NAT BTETTNER
PETER JOHNIDEB
1/12-19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
FIDE 38750
Notice is hereby given that Joha
H. Mann holder of City of Miami
Tax Certificate Numbered 944. dated
the 1st day of June. A.D. 1941 baa
filed said Certificate In my office, and
has made application for tax deed
to issue thereon in accordance wltb
law. Said Certificate embraces the
following described property, situated
In Dade Countv, Florida, to-wlt:
Let 6, Block 11, Buena Vista aar-
dens, Plat Hook 5, Page 45, In the
City of Miami, County of Dade. State
of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said Certificate Issued was
In the name of Unknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereoa
on the 17th day of January. AD.
1941.
Dated this 12th day of December.
A.D. 1144. ______
E. B. DEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. M. JOHNSON. D. .
12/1S-22-29 1/5-12
Buy Bonds now. You are lend-
ingnot giving.
LEGAL HOTlCeaS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eagaaje
in business under the fictitious aaaae
of MAGIC CITY BOTTLE AND SUP-
PLY at 222 Northwest 27th Street,
Miami, Florida, intend to register the
said name with the clerk of the Car-
cult Court at Dade County, FloraSa-
ISAAC EMMER______
I8IDOR BERKOWTTE
MYPTRS & IIEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
12/29 1/6-12-19-2*
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR,
TAX DEED
Chapter 17467Acts of IMS
File A 8667
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Joseph Stern holder of State a>4
County Tax Certificate No. 1212 as-
sued the 5th day of June, A.D. 1282.
has filed same In my office, aad beta
made application for a tax deed te
be Issued thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property in the County of Dade, State
of Florida, to-wlt:
Lot 13, Block 28. City of Miami
South, Plat Hook B. Page 41, hi
the County of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of Louis Leiffer.
Unless said certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law, the proa-
ertv described therein will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court
House door on the first Monday hi
the month of February, 1945. which
Is the 5th day of February. 194*.
dated this 27th day of December, 19*%.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
fCireuit Court Seal)
Bt L. M. JOHNSON, D. ..
12/29 1/5-12-1* _________________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS*,
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
No. 15745.
In Re: ESTATE OF DESMOND B.
HAYS, A/K/A DES HAYS De-
ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha-
Ing Claims or Demands Agaiast
Said Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present aay
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate of DESMOND B. HAYS, A/K/A
DES HAYS deceased late of Dade.
County. Florida, to the Hon. W. W.
Blanton. County Judge of Dade Coua-
ty, and file the same In his office ra
the County Courthouse in Dade Cena-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal addreaai
of the claimant and to be sworn te
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date January 2. A.D. 1945.
MIRIAM MANE HAYS
As Executrix of the I.ast vTlll
and Testament of DESMOND B.
HAYS. A/K/A DES HAYS. De-
ceased.
MAX R SILVER.
Attorney for Executrix.
1/12-19-26 2/2
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1945
PAGE EIGHT
*Jeistlkridiar
KELLER SUSSES
IMPORTANCE OF
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
o the armed forces. Three world-
wide agencies are doing vital
Zork to build morale and let the
nghting men know the home
folk* are thinking of them. SO
has branches everywheremore
than 3.000 in this country
where every man in uniform
finds friendship and recreation
during that overnight leave or on
furlough. Services range from
sewing on bottons to elaborate
entertainments on weekends and
during holidays.
USO-Carr.p Shows take a heart-
warming entertainment to men
far from home in tiny jungle
posts and evun within suund ot
gunfire. Famous entertainers,
undergoing great hardship, nave-
put on shDws to thousands ot
weary fighters who lorget the
mud and blood while they laugh
at jokes ar.d applaud songs Stars
like Bob Hope. Jack Benny and
many other; have traveled *
r-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAA
MIAMI
m. j-j4j/_j
YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
ands ol miles under the USO-
1 Camp Show banner.
Close to the hearts of every-
one is the work of War Prisoners
Aid. which crosses enem> lines to
provide educational and recrea-
tional materials to the men living
the lonely, monotonous hfe or
prisoners of war. Educational
; courses comparable to a.universi-
ty have been set up in prison
! camps, with textbooks and sup-
plies furnished through this War
Chest agency.
United Seamen's Service dees
a job for the men of the mer-
chant marine who deliver sup-
plies where and when they are
needed. Rest homes ar..-f recrea-
tion centers are set up in tne
1 chief ports of the world.
In the United States, Travelers
Aid, another participating agency,
; helps millions of transient service
I men along the way. assisting
! them met trains, answering ques-
' tions. operating lounges in tram
i and bus stations and giving a
I hand to their wives and children
1 traveling to be at their side.
The demand for all these
services has increased during the
last few months, because of the
increase in the war effort, and
Jommunity War Chest cam-
paign must succeed if these de-
is are met, Keller
stated.
"UNDER COVER" SCRIBE
TO ADDRESS MIAMIANS
John Rov Carlson, author ot
"Undei C ver.' top-selling expose
\ ,n activities, will
iddi ess at 8:30 D m.
Thursday. Jan. 18 at Miami Sen-
ior High school. Carlson appears
here under th< auspices of the
Miami Community Forum. Near-
ly 7 pies of his book have
sold sinci it was first oub-
Aug St, 1943 Carlson
.-pent four years in the Nazi "un-
n this intry investi-
gating Nazi f is isl a tivities
against the L* S. government
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THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN
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IN TEN YEARS we have served over 1600 families (over
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IT IS OBVIOUS that our loan plan has proven sound for
your neighbors why not let It work for you.
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Serrices announced thresh ';.-*
V ..:..... .: U-. As- -' '"
attrtsa
-I'.
-... portion '
. .,, .- so m.t. Horn i
a | .... At 6 P- m. Adult
. | ... u. Ineeday eve-
liible .lasses conducted I Rv.
t 4:45 B. 1 "K3J:
Iza-BBO, Bar filttvah Breakfaal
,. ., ,v morning at a. m.
dally. ftefUtratlon
> all.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N.
E. 10th St.Ft-..!.i. -v..- ::.r s-rvi-.,
at IS p m Rabbi Saul B. Apoelbaum
speak on 'Why Reform Juda-
ism" Saturday m .rnlnic serviced M
n o'clock liar.hi Appelbaum will
peak n the Portion of the U.
BETH DAVID~ CONGREGATION,
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
Late Fr. lav evenln* services at S:is
P m conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Abraham Friedman and ttv-
r-hoir wl!i offici.it- In celcbratl
ItZH Sahhath. the BZB Girls will
participate The central theme for
:- ussl will be "Faith in the
Pul ire v reception will follow the
,..:v! : -h- .. iuni Mr Itld
Ifrs S B Miller will he hosta In
r tbi h !.-:- nan lace
Sat :: la> mini set I es l '
i Rabbi ShJ will dlsi '-- x
,. ..i;.- Junior sen I
., fo:30 s ha I Si los l I B m
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. -
,- evening sen ea at 1:1 D m
The first annual S bath B'nal
H'rlth Girls of th- haptei ALS will
- ved it the run egai on F
at late vices at 8:15 p m
\ Re part .: re Doi >
Ba il and Naomi
M Rabbi Simon April u II
Pali nd > l( Re-
freshments w II served b^ the
: il, \ niai Sal la) ornlng
as at I .. ii Cantor Samuel
Ganchrow will chai t. Mineha. Sri
and Maarlv .it 5:'.*. p. m
-.'..,.. 7. lek Talmuil. 1545 9 W
! iday enlns sen
'...'. sen i" "
M i I '' I C
gregai -:-. nil -
-. ralmud To
. Scha
-. Hebrew Sri
Sui al
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BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
servative. ? -Jist SV Vumi Beach.-
R.ibbi
Leon Kromsh Will speak n Th"
Hist-
.\ u, h
M- i.... Mrs. Morris
-.- Cantor Louis
I lead the
- las
i ... Rabbi
K -' a
f tl
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB.
O-thodox. 3'". Washington Avenue. -
en ea al 6 t m
nighl servl -ei ai '
Rabb Moses Mescheioff will SBeak on
the lod I 'romlsed Can
t Maurice Mamches will lead in the
I ~ ftaturdas moi ns
Men '. iffs
- : II : "New k vers
V Mil lire Father and
H :-: .- n-l Will he he 11
1:30 a. m In our i mmunlty building
service w
I i I M.r:::i and
Freei ---- as i intors and
Zelg Hlrsch readinsi the portloi oi
the nek :..,-> Flnkelhoffe will de-
aern Ulai alts iler
srard Susa will serve as
- S'udos will be hi
\ meetli >: and I
: Beach Mil-
place Saturday i Igh!
munlty b illdlng
\ .:.--_..-... j. I ;:. c ....... -
..-.- a
.- to all i' _-- g i
rtal l irist and sisl.....
1-7 p. in. Sunday
' :n -'.:.
I
OBITUARIES
MRS. BESSIE DIAMOND
. nt from .Newark, .n. <
.,.,, mim Diamond,
''
VRS. ANNA SCHWARTZ
llrs Una S -l '";' '' '":"' ""
-- rour sons. Jos.- .1.
.. i samui M am J i and Mor-
.-..;.'s.'w..-k three dau.-hter... Jennie.
Miami Mrs Helen Cohen. Boat
,.'.,.;, n J. and Sadie BudMd,
-____S. The body sraa sent to Newark
by Palmer Funeral chapel.
Through the efforts of Rudy
Adler. a director on the Dade
county blood bank council, a per-
manent branch office of the blood
bank is to be established in Mi-
ami Beach Wednesday. Jan. 17,
at Moms Bros, department store,
13th St. and Washington Ave.
For the time being, this branch
will bo opened twice weekly, on
Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 9
a m until noon, for the tak>n
of volunteer donations from blood
donors. ,
Plans are being completed lor
the formal opening of the branch,
at which the Contact Caravan
armv band will play and city and
county officials will participate.
Buy War Bonos and Stamps to
\ielp preserve Democracy.
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CHASE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Resource* Orer $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. Praaident
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Hotel
727 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Finest Kosher Cuisine
Open to the Public
Phone 5-1264
HAT
HEN
HERE
FRIDAV. JAN. 12:
American Jowls* ( oncrrw. Women,
rrtday K-vi.-w. I 10 p. m.
SUNDAY, JAN. 14:
Joint OJIUjTecntlon, tourist, mem-
bership and sisterhood pros-ram,
H.ih Jacob, evening; Business &
Professional Women's Division or
Hadassah. Memberahlp Tea. Wof-
ford Hotel. -1 p. m.; Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation. package
party. 8 p. m.
MONDAY. JAN. 15:
Miami llearh Jewish Center Sister-
hood, regular meeting, speaker and
music, i'enter, evening; Beth Jaooh
Sisterhood Card I*arty. evening: Mi-
ami lleach Service league, regular
meeting. Iteach T. I:J0: Sunday
School Teachers Seminar conducted
hy the Ilursau of Jewish Education,
Temi>le Israel. % p. ra
TUESDAY, JAN. IS:
Adult Choral and Singing Society
sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education in cooperation with the
Ye' and affiliated corurregatinna.
Miami Hem-h Jewish Center, g j>.
m Executive Committee Meeting
Of Federation. Federation Office, t
p m Report to community by the
American Jewish Conference and
World Jewish Congress) by Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Harry Sflmonhoff.
Temple Israel. UT N. B. 19th St .
Miami. i> m
WEDNESDAY. JAN. 17:
I'.eth Jacob Adult Institute. S-l
p m ; Heih l>iivld Sisterhood. 2:JI>
p. m ; Workmen's Circle Branch
No. 92. regular meeting. 8:JO p. m .
Beth Shotom Sisterhood, regular
nieetlng. < p m : Temple Israel
Rlnterhood, Donor Luncheon. Kaplan
Hall, I- 10: Miami Beach Jewish
Center Adull Oouraaa In conjunction
With 'he Bureau of Jewish FMuca-
tion and sponsoring orwmnfauttloni
I p. m
THURSDAY. JAN. 18:
It'nii llrlih Women of Sholem
Lodge, gen.-ral meeting. Beth David.
I SO P m Adult courses sponsored
hv the Bureau of Jewish Bduca
tlon, Beth David and Temple Isra.l
Beth Da\ Id, 8 p n
FRIDAY. JAN. 19:
National Council of Jewish Women
Forums
London (JTA)The first group
of Jews recruited in England for
the Jewish Brigade left here this
week for a training camp in Kent.
The recruits were given a fare-
well reception hefore leaving
Palm Beach Notes
MBS. MARY SCHBEBNICX R.prw-entcrtWe
B'nai B'nth held a board meet-
ing at the home of the president,
Dave Katz. on Thursday, Decem-
ber 4. Plans were discussed for
the future activities of the lodge.
A meeting was also held on
Tuesday. January at Schwartz-
berg hall.
This lodge has recently donated
a Jewish encyclopedia to the
Public Library
Mrs. A Persoff. of Delray
Beach, spent several days in
West Palm Beach visiting with
friends. She will have as guest
for the winter her mother. Mrs.
E Wacksman. of 730 Penn. St.
Mrs Zella of Richmond. Va.
arrived in town Friday, and will
spend the winter at the Keystone
Hotel.
Federated Jewish Chanties met
last week at Sher Memorial hall
to discuss plans for their annual
drive President Mersky was in
charge.
Max Karneol is home after be-
ing ill at St. Mary's hospital.
Mr and Mrs. Simon, of Boston.
Mass.. are staving at the home
of Rev. Ezekiel Pamtz. 336 Trin-
ity Place.
Geraldine Halpern. president of
the Hillel group of Tallahassee,
discussed the activities of the
Foundation at the University be-
fore a gathering at Temple Beth
Israel.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1945 +Jew 1st Meridian PAGE SEVEN GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service SERVICE PAMDE! DE SZABO TO BE GUEST AT FORUM SATURDAY S/Sgt. Arthur D. Rifas is spending a two week furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rifas, 1000 S. W. 13th Ct. He will return to Camp Bcale, Calif. Major Albert Dubbin is spending a leave here with his family. Air Cadet Robert "Bob" Miller, with his wife and two children, is spending a 15-day furlough here from Perrin Field, Sherman, Tex. They are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and Mr. and Mrs. I. Shapoff. Abe Schoenfeld. son of Mrs. Anna Schonenfeld, 3055 S. W. 1st St., was promoted to first class petty officer. Schoenfeld is now stationed in Melbourne, Fla. Howard B. Schor, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Schor, 1560 Pennsylvania Ave., has been promoted from second to first lieutenant for his participation in the Normandy and northern France campaigns. He is now serving as assistant adjutant with an ordnance unit in France. Stanley Hayman, son of Cantor Louis Hayman of Beth Sholem Center of Miami Beach, is now in action with the Seventh AmerLcan a'rmy in France. He was graduated from Miami Beach Senior High school, and is a member of the Musicians' Union. He is 18 years old. Lt. Morris J. Abber. 29, of Los Angeles, Cal. In England. Pfc. Samuel Agins. 35, of Hudson, N. Y. At the battle of Brest, by sharpnel. Cpl. David Auerbach, 24. of Brooklyn. In Italy. Pvt. Benjamin Elliott 26. of Brooklinc, Mass. In France. Holds a Presidential Unit Citation and Purple Heart. I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S CALENDAR Monday: Dim usslon Group, 8 p. m.. Miami Roach YM & YHA, Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Tm-xday: Chnir rohrnrsal. 8 p. m.. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid Ave., Cantor Emanuel Barkan. Wednesday: Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. m. Miami Beach YM & YHA; Study Group. "The Itcrnnstrurtionist Movement." 9 p. m.. Miami Beach YM & W1IA. Chaplain Saul Kraft. Friday: Sabbath Services, 8 p. m.. Chaplain Saul Kraft, Miami Beach YM & W1IA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Poinciana Hotel. 1655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat, refreshments served by hostesses from the Miami Beach Service League; Chaplain Meyer Mcreminsky, Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field; JWB Oneg Shabbat, refresments served by hostesses from the Miami Service League. Saturday: Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami Beach YM & WHA. refreshments eerved by Miami Beach Service League; Bervieemen's dance, 8 p. m., Miami YM & YWHA. 1667 S. W. 6th St.. refreshments served by Miami Service League. Sunday: Servicemen's Dance, 8 p. m., Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, refreshments served by senior hostesses. GERMAN PRESS RENEW ATTACKS ON ALL JEWS POLICE INVESTIGATING ANOTHER KIDNAPING Fireman 2/c Lawrence Brooks, 18, of New York City. In Normandy. Pfc. David Casper, 26, of Dorchester, Mass. In France, during the invasion. Purple Heart. Pvt. Abe Davis. 36, of Greenwich, Conn. In Italy. Jerusalem (JTA)—The police announced this week that they are investigating the kidnaping of another Jerusalem resident, the eighth to be abducted in recent weeks. The new victim is Yehoshua Werker, 31, the proprietor of a print shop. Werker, like several of the kidnapped men, is a member of the Revisionist Organization. No trace has been found of Danie Jakowsky, an employee of the Jerusalem Jewish Community Council, who was taken from his home by armed men last week, but 17-year-old Mordechai Korngold, kidnapped the same day, has been released. Bern (JTA)—Taking its lead from Hitler's New Year's address, in which he repeated his usual wild attacks on Jews, the press in Germany has opened up a renewed anti-Jewish campaign, aimed at stiffening the resistance of the Germans by warning them that they will be annihilated by "revengeful Jews" should Germany be defeated. Leading the new anti-Jewish drive is Goei ing's newspaper, Essener National Zeitung. It devotes a long article to the "criminal activities" of Jews in Rumania. Bulgaria and the Russian-liberated part of Hungary, stating that the Jews in these territories "revenged themselves" by denouncing many Axis adherent and by participating in the "purifying apparatus" which the Russian Army established in these countries for the purpose of preventing pro-Nazi fifth-column activities. Captain Stephen De Szabo, of the Foreign Legion, will be the guest speaker, this Saturday afmoon, 3 p. m., at the Spinoza orum, 11th St., between Collins ve. and Ocean Drive, Miami each. Captain DcSzabo, who has travelled widely, will discuss the pressing problem of Jew and Arab in Palestine. Dr. Morris Schneer of New York will give a brief outline of the course of lectures which he is to give at the Spinoza Forum. Tuesday evenings, at 8 p. m. Joseph L. Tepper of Washington and Miami will preside. HOLLAND JEWS ASKED TO REBUILD HOMES Brussels (JTA)—A call to all Jews in liberated Holland to reconstitute their communities was issued this week by the provisional Committee for the Rehabilitation of Jews in Holland which has its headquarters here. Fill Out This Coupon cmd Mail To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida Name. Serial No. Home Address. Birth Date Street BirthplaceCity State Civilian Occupation, Date Entry In Service City State Marital Status Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress. Information Transmitted by Telephone number Date -Discharged _.Rank or Rating DENY TRANSFERRING JEWS T O TH E URALS Moscow (JTA)—An official denial of reports that Russian authorities in Bessarabia and Bukovina are transferring Jews from those areas to the Urals and Siberia was issued here by the Soviet Jewish Press Agency. Replying to a request by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency for information concerning the reports, which were published last month in the Palestine Hebrew press, the Jewish Press Agency stated: "Rumors spread by the Palestine press regarding the deportation of Bukovinian and Bessarabian Jews to Siberia and the Urals are merely one more antiSoviet canard. In connection with the military situation some people are drafted for the labor front. Among the draftees are Russians. Ukrainians. Byelorussians and others. Jews form no exception." ARABS GRATIFIED BY RESOLUTION FAILURE New York (JTA)—Reporting that "Zionism has suffered a grave blow in Washington." the Arab press in the United States expresses gratification at the fact that the State Department revented passage of the Palestine Resolution by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Pvt. Arthur A. Epstein. 20. of Norfolk, Va. In Italy. Epstein, a medical corpsman, has been awarded the Purple Heart. Pfc. William Cohen. 29, of the Bronx. In Italy, by a Nazi sniper while giving first aid to a wounded American. Pfc. Bernard J. Cooper. 24, of Middletown, N. Y. In France, on D day plus two. Pvt. Saul Cooper. 20, of Medford, Mass. In Italy. Holds Purple Heart and an Oakleaf Cluster. Pvt. Jacob B. Cramer, 31. of Worcester, Mass. At St. Lo. Purple Heart. Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Nary Committee. Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of COWEN'S SHOE STORES 15* E. Flagler St. — 922 Lincoln ltd. JACK C. IAYSON PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami ATOMIC SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 76 S. E. 1st Street J. RUBIN SONS—Orioinol Rubins 145 N. Miami Arena* ROTH & HAYS Manufacturers Agents Langford Bldg. MONTE SELIG Miami. Florida ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 17 If. W. Fifth Street RICHTER'S IEWELRY CO.. INC. 180 E. Flagler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 158 E. Flagler Street. Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road LT. MAGID COMPLETES ORIENTATION COURSE j An Air Service Command Staj tion in England—Second Lt. MaJ. colm J. Magid the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid of 1443 West i Ave., Miami Beach, Fla., recently | completed an orientation course ( designed to bridge the gap between training in the States and combat soldiering against the enemy in Germany. | At this air service command station Lt. Magid attended a J series of lectures given by vetl erans of this command which inI eluded instructions on chemical warfare defense and pertinent tips on staying healthy in a combat zone. His next station will be one from which America's fighting planes cover our advance into Germany. Before entering the Army Air Forces, he was employed as a student at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Fla. LT. LOUIS WINTER IN NAZI BOMBING ATTACK; An Eighth Air Force Bomber Station, Eng.—Second Lt. Louis Winter. 22, pilot of an Eighth Air Force B-17 Flying Fortress, eni tercd the aerial offensive against I Germany recently in a heavy ] bombing attack on the marshalling yards at Darmstadt, concentration point for much enemv shipping behind the lines. His wife, the former Miss Jackie Baer, lives at 2908 Flamingo Drive, Miami Beach. SOLDIERS ARE PLEASED WITH TEL AVIV PEOPLE New York (JTA)—The exceptionally friendly treatment given American soldiers on furlough by the residents of Tel Aviv will make many of these strongly proZionist, Anne O'Hare McCormick states this week in a cable from the all-Jewish city. Describing Tel Aviv as a modern, cosmopolitan and international city, she quotes U. S. sgldiers as stating that it is the best place they have seen since they left home. Miss McCormick says further that the soldiers' reaction is important because "the first thing one discovers here is that the attitude of America will have a powerful influence in deciding the future of Palestine and, by extension, the wish for this is the keypiece in the puzzle—the future of this restless and troubled part of the world." CHANUKHA OBSERVED BY WACS IN ITALY Allied Force Headquarters, Italy—Stationed thousands of miles from their hometowns and in a country where religious freedom was once obliterated, American Wacs of the Jewish faith who are now in Italy celebrated the Chanukah holiday in the traditional manner and much the same as if they were back home. Although each day of the eightday holiday, which commemorates the defeat of an ancient Syrian tyrant in the year 165 B. C, was another work day to the Wacs, they attended special services held on the opening and closing nights of the holiday. REFUGEE BOARD AIDS THE IEW S OF EUROPE Washington (JTA)—The War Refugee Board declared this week that everything possible and feasible, and consistent with the winning of the war, is being done to rescue the Jews in Germanoccupied territory. In answer to the plea of the American Jewish Conference that rescue work be continued, the board said that "this Government will continue its efforts to save the Jews and other victims of Nazi oppression remaining in enemy Europe." GREEN LANTERN RESTAURANT Food For the Best PRIVATE DINING ROOMS Visit Our Winery Lounge 345 ALCAZAR AVE. PHONE 4-6225 CORAL GABLES H. E. PARNELL, M. D. Announces Removal of Office from 710 N. W. 62ND ST. To 1100N.E. 1ST AVE. Hours: 10 to 1, 3 to 6 and by Appointment Phones: Office 3-1400—Night 3-3659 Better Cut This Out NOW as Reminder For INCOME TAX SERVICE See O. F. MADDUX Office. 29 N. W. 8th Ave. Vz Block Flagler Bus Stop MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th Avenue Alligator Wrestling Alligator Farm Wishing Well Bead Bracelets and Bags Silver Work Indian Dolls Baskets Tom Toms Pottery Blankets Bows and Arrows Take Bus 15 or 19 UlL j TLLomi for R€ST CONVALESCENCE MJCHMMIIC CASES mSun-Ray Park /Health Resort pj* la.'-<~y.tiM0 fOR IOO. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 1945 fJewisti florid ton PAGE THREE YM & YWHA IN ANNUAL' 600 BEDS NEEDED HERE ELECTION OF OFFICERS IN JACKSON HOSPITAL The Miami YM & YWHA held its election of officers Wednesday, January 3. Already chosen unanimously to head the organization for the coming year were George Chertkof, president; W. D. (Bill) Singer, vice president; Leon Lieberman, secretary; and George Goldberg, treasurer. Board members elected for a three year term were Leo Ackerman, Milton A. Friedman and S. B. Miller. For one year terms: Sam Beckman, Joseph Bermann, David Brown, Sylvia (Mrs. George) Chertkof, Alex Cohen, Marx Feinberg, Jerome Freehling, Nat Gans, Harry Gerstein, Dorothy (Mrs. Leon) Kaplan, Leon Kaplan, Sam Karns, Annie (Mrs. Maurice) Koven, Minna Lavine, J. Gerald Lewis, Gertrude Michaels, Max Orovitz, Charles Rosengarten, Gertrude (Mrs. Albert) Rosenthal, Miriam (Mrs. Maurice) Sager, Jake Sher. Max Silver, Mrs. W. D. Singer. Bea (Mrs. Sidney) Stepkin, Dr. Philip Weinstein, Nat Zalka, Larry Grossberg. Hold-overs are: Jack Apte, Harry Schwartz, Fred K. Shochet, Nat Blumberg, Phil Berkowitz and Frank Rose. The going is getting toucher. Keep buying Bonds. LIQUID ROACH TRAP "\ / Keeps the home free W from every sire and VMk ~ variety of Hoach. ^^^fc Guaranteed r^^ No poison —No Muss •^^ %  l At YOUR DRUG STORE J W \ or two postpaid $1 00. Roach Trap Co., Ft. Smith, Ark. Dr. Hart E. Van Riper, medical director of city-owned Jackson Memorial hospital, told members of the Probus club Tuesday an additional 600 hospital beds were needed here to meet normal needs of the community. He said there should be a total of 1500, whereas there are only about 900, of which almost 500 are at Jackson Memorial. Outlining current problems of the municipal hospital, the medical director said he believed a solution would be to turn over the institution to the University of Miami—a plan which has been boomed during the past two months. Dr. Van Riper's talk was given at the weekly luncheon at the Urmey hotel of the Probus club, newly chartered group of 40 business and professional men. CONCERT SPONSORED FOR WAR ORPHANS A concert for war orphans was given Sunday, December 24, at the Workman's Circle, Branch 692, under the direction of Miss Ruth Brotman assisted by Miss Anyuta Melicov. Artists participating included Ruth Brotman. Anyuta Melicov, Marilyn Wohl, Baby Lee Stein, Jon Turkievicz, Withold Turkievicz, Mr. Allan, and Miss Shubov. An appeal on behalf of the orphans was made by Abraham P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. A good buy is a War Bond. Buy now and you will be paid later —$4.00 for every $3.00. TheHretNaMonalRank of Miami 101 E. Plagler St. Miitml SO Organised 1902 EDWARD C. ROMFH, President LAURENCE ROMFH. Vice President and Assistant to the President STATEMENT OF CONDITION DEC. 30, 1944 RESOURCES Cash on Hand and Due from Other Banks .$20,625,892.23 United States Government Securities, Direct or Guaranteed 68,051,401.78 State and Municipal Securities 385,512.30 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank Other Securities Loans and Discounts Bank Premises and Furniture & Fixtures Other Real Estate Accrued Income ReceivablePrepaid Expense Other Assets S89.062.806.31 90.000.00 100,000.00 4,423.357.22 821.542.01 25,003.80 291.980.66 58.448.10 3,513.31 $94,876,651.41 LIABILITIES Deposits: Demand $47,648,329.14 Savings 6,571,813.54 United States Government 13,475,128.51 State and Municipal 15,052.542.42 Deposits of Banks 7,589,897.11 Other Deposits ._ 652,953.44 Capital Account: Common Stock 1,500,000.00 Surplus — 1,500,000.00 Undivided Profits 497.030.64 Reserve for Undeclared Dividend 60,000.00 $90,990,664.16 Income Collected. Not Earned Reserve for Taxes and Other Expenses Other Liabilities 3,557,030.64 2,478.35 316,373.26 10,105.00 $94,876,651.41 United States Government Securities carried at $35,562,000.00 in the foregoing statement are pledged to secure public and trust deposits and for other purposes required by law. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND FEDERAL INSURANCE CORPORATION BUY MORE WAR BONDS Jack J. Rosen will be installed as president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce at an affair of the organization Jan. 8 at the Arlington Hotel, Miami Beach. Other officers to be installed include Max Lubin, vice-president, and Myron Willison, secretary. Named to the board of directors were George Light, William Segal, Bernard Spector, Sol Finn, Robert Epstein, Martin Gilbert, Edward Newman and Stanley Segal. M.J.O.C. AUXILIARY TO HAVE ANNUAL PARTY Mrs. Ida Buckstein, president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, announces the annual package party of the organization will be held on Sunday evening, January 14, at the synagogue, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. Admission will be by packages, to be auctioned for the benefit of the Talmud Torah. ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 SGT. A. I. ROSENSTEIN IS KILLED IN ACTION Word was received late Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. J. Roscntein, 4800 Alton Road, of the death of their son, Sgt. Alfred J. Rosenstcin. Sgt. Rosenstein, 25. enlisted in the Army 1941. He was stationed in Miami for a while at the Broadmore Hotel and later left for the Army Air Field in Willmington, Ohio where he was in charge of Air Field Camoflauge. Sgt. Rosenstein was shipped overseas in the early part of 1944 and was killed in action in the European theatre of war. Besides his parents, Sgt. Rosenstein leaves his wife Hilda Rosenstein of New York City and his newly born son, Irving, his brothers, Irving and Jack, who are Sow serving overseas; and a siser, Mrs. Helen Artzt of New York City. DETECTIVE BUREAU IS NOW IN NEW OFFICES Henry "Hank" Miller, Florida Director of the Standard Detective Bureau, announces the removal of his offices to suite nine and ten, 34 W. Flagler St.. Miami. E. W. AYARS. M. D. Announces removal of hit office from 819 N. E. 2nd Ave. 211 Hah'n Bldq.. 140 N. E. First Ave. Hourt: 9:30 to 4:30 Phone 3-0043 $25 to $100 WAR BOND FREE For information leading to the purchase of a 1935 to 1941 CAR Phone 9-1085 Day or Night TIDES HOTEL 1220 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH Dining Room Open to Public Strict Dietary Cuisine NOW OPEN GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER'S GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL 516 Wash in q ton Ave. Phone 5-6617 • • • Catering For All Occasions Strictly Kosher Cuisine Reservations in advance for Sabbath Meals I WANT MY MILK And Be Burs Its FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk ProductDacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at •200 N. W. 32nd Street %  AUXILIARY PLANS FOR FIRST AFFAIR OF YEAR B'nai B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary's ways and means committee, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Blanche Fein, is making arrangements for the organization's first affair of the season, a luncheon and game party, to be held January 30 at the Copa Cabana Club, Dade Boulevard at West Ave.. Miami Beach. Luncheon will be served at 12:30, followed by bridge, mahjong and other games. Interest in the affair is lively, and a sell-out of tickets indicated, thus making it necessary for those wishing to attend to make their reservations as soon as possible, by calling Mrs. Blanche Fein, 5-7100; Mrs. Sam Silver. 9-2185; or Mrs. Milton Friedman, 2-2304. A regular meeting of the organization will be held on Thursday, January 18, at 1:30 p. m. at the Beach YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. MANY EDUCATIONAL BOOKS ARE PUBLISHED The Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch which is engaged in projecting Jewish education, including publication of literature and Hebrew text books for Jewish children, has thus far already published over half a million volumes of various publications, including text books, juvenile library editions and festival stories. These publications are very popular and are used in many schools and homes in all English speaking countries. One of the many important activities of the Merkos L'Inl yonei Chinuch is the setting up of schools for girls, where they are trained in the fundamentals of religion. At present the Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch has established twenty-three such schools, called "Beth Sarah," or "Beth Rivkan." The Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch operates under the personal guidance of the Lubavitcher Rabbi, Rabbi Joseph I. Schneersohn. l0f t %  Sta vUGUST BROS Ry £ H GREEN LANTERN RESTAURANT Food For the Best PRIVATE DINING ROOMS Visit Our Winery Lounge 345 ALCAZAR AVE. PHONE 4-6225 CORAL GABLES Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. "THE IDEAL GIFT' Packed, Priced and Shipped Right ORDER NOW! FLORIDA FRUITS IN Boxes and Baskets Send Them To Your Relative* and Friends In the North Fancy Gift Baskets Mixed Florida Fruit Vi Bu. 1.95 Expreet Extra 1 Bu. 3.75 RIZZO GROVES REG. PACKING HOUSE Bonded Shippers 2134 N. W. First Ave. Ph. 3-1431 PLACE YOUR ORDER NOWI Us* BUICI 7, • and IS % 



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1945
+Jew 1st Meridian
PAGE SEVEN
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
SERVICE
PAMDE!
DE SZABO TO BE GUEST
AT FORUM SATURDAY
S/Sgt. Arthur D. Rifas is
spending a two week furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Rifas, 1000 S. W. 13th Ct.
He will return to Camp Bcale,
Calif.
Major Albert Dubbin is spend-
ing a leave here with his family.
Air Cadet Robert "Bob" Miller,
with his wife and two children,
is spending a 15-day furlough
here from Perrin Field, Sherman,
Tex. They are visiting their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller
and Mr. and Mrs. I. Shapoff.
Abe Schoenfeld. son of Mrs.
Anna Schonenfeld, 3055 S. W. 1st
St., was promoted to first class
petty officer. Schoenfeld is now
stationed in Melbourne, Fla.
Howard B. Schor, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Schor, 1560 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., has been promoted
from second to first lieutenant
for his participation in the Nor-
mandy and northern France cam-
paigns. He is now serving as as-
sistant adjutant with an ordnance
unit in France.
Stanley Hayman, son of Can-
tor Louis Hayman of Beth Sholem
Center of Miami Beach, is now in
action with the Seventh AmerL-
can a'rmy in France. He was
graduated from Miami Beach
Senior High school, and is a mem-
ber of the Musicians' Union. He
is 18 years old.
Lt. Morris J. Abber. 29, of Los
Angeles, Cal. In England.
Pfc. Samuel Agins. 35, of Hud-
son, N. Y. At the battle of Brest,
by sharpnel.
Cpl. David Auerbach, 24. of
Brooklyn. In Italy.
Pvt. Benjamin Elliott 26. of
Brooklinc, Mass. In France. Holds
a Presidential Unit Citation and
Purple Heart.
I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S
CALENDAR
Monday:
Dim usslon Group, 8 p. m.. Miami
Roach YM & YHA, Chaplain Carl I.
Miller.
Tm-xday:
Chnir rohrnrsal. 8 p. m.. Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave., Cantor Emanuel Barkan.
Wednesday:
Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. m. Mi-
ami Beach YM & YHA; Study Group.
"The Itcrnnstrurtionist Movement."
9 p. m.. Miami Beach YM & W1IA.
Chaplain Saul Kraft.
Friday:
Sabbath Services, 8 p. m.. Chaplain
Saul Kraft, Miami Beach YM &
W1IA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller.
Poinciana Hotel. 1655 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat,
refreshments served by hostesses
from the Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Chaplain Meyer Mcreminsky,
Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field;
JWB Oneg Shabbat, refresments
served by hostesses from the Miami
Service League.
Saturday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami
Beach YM & WHA. refreshments
eerved by Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Bervieemen's dance, 8 p. m., Mi-
ami YM & YWHA. 1667 S. W. 6th
St.. refreshments served by Miami
Service League.
Sunday:
Servicemen's Dance, 8 p. m., Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center, re-
freshments served by senior
hostesses.
GERMAN PRESS RENEW
ATTACKS ON ALL JEWS
POLICE INVESTIGATING
ANOTHER KIDNAPING
Fireman 2/c Lawrence Brooks,
18, of New York City. In Nor-
mandy.
Pfc. David Casper, 26, of Dor-
chester, Mass. In France, during
the invasion. Purple Heart.
Pvt. Abe Davis. 36, of Green-
wich, Conn. In Italy.
Jerusalem (JTA)The police
announced this week that they
are investigating the kidnaping
of another Jerusalem resident,
the eighth to be abducted in re-
cent weeks. The new victim is
Yehoshua Werker, 31, the pro-
prietor of a print shop. Werker,
like several of the kidnapped
men, is a member of the Revi-
sionist Organization.
No trace has been found of
Danie Jakowsky, an employee of
the Jerusalem Jewish Community
Council, who was taken from his
home by armed men last week,
but 17-year-old Mordechai Korn-
gold, kidnapped the same day,
has been released.
Bern (JTA)Taking its lead
from Hitler's New Year's address,
in which he repeated his usual
wild attacks on Jews, the press
in Germany has opened up a re-
newed anti-Jewish campaign,
aimed at stiffening the resistance
of the Germans by warning them
that they will be annihilated by
"revengeful Jews" should Ger-
many be defeated.
Leading the new anti-Jewish
drive is Goei ing's newspaper, Es-
sener National Zeitung. It devotes
a long article to the "criminal
activities" of Jews in Rumania.
Bulgaria and the Russian-liber-
ated part of Hungary, stating that
the Jews in these territories "re-
venged themselves" by denounc-
ing many Axis adherent and by
participating in the "purifying
apparatus" which the Russian
Army established in these coun-
tries for the purpose of prevent-
ing pro-Nazi fifth-column activi-
ties.
Captain Stephen De Szabo, of
the Foreign Legion, will be the
guest speaker, this Saturday af-
moon, 3 p. m., at the Spinoza
orum, 11th St., between Collins
ve. and Ocean Drive, Miami
each.
Captain DcSzabo, who has
travelled widely, will discuss the
pressing problem of Jew and
Arab in Palestine.
Dr. Morris Schneer of New
York will give a brief outline of
the course of lectures which he
is to give at the Spinoza Forum.
Tuesday evenings, at 8 p. m. Jos-
eph L. Tepper of Washington and
Miami will preside.
HOLLAND JEWS ASKED
TO REBUILD HOMES
Brussels (JTA)A call to all
Jews in liberated Holland to re-
constitute their communities was
issued this week by the provi-
sional Committee for the Rehabil-
itation of Jews in Holland which
has its headquarters here.


Fill Out This Coupon cmd Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida
Name.
Serial No.
Home Address.
Birth Date_____
Street
____Birthplace-
City
State
Civilian Occupation,
Date Entry
In Service__________
City State
Marital Status_______
Branch of Service_____________
Full name of nearest kin______
Relationship_________Address.
Information Transmitted by___
Telephone number_____________,
Date
-Discharged_______
_.Rank or Rating
DENY TRANSFERRING
JEWS TO THE URALS
Moscow (JTA)An official de-
nial of reports that Russian au-
thorities in Bessarabia and Buko-
vina are transferring Jews from
those areas to the Urals and Si-
beria was issued here by the
Soviet Jewish Press Agency.
Replying to a request by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency for
information concerning the re-
ports, which were published last
month in the Palestine Hebrew
press, the Jewish Press Agency
stated:
"Rumors spread by the Pales-
tine press regarding the deporta-
tion of Bukovinian and Bessara-
bian Jews to Siberia and the
Urals are merely one more anti-
Soviet canard. In connection with
the military situation some peo-
ple are drafted for the labor front.
Among the draftees are Russians.
Ukrainians. Byelorussians and
others. Jews form no exception."
ARABS GRATIFIED BY
RESOLUTION FAILURE
New York (JTA)Reporting
that "Zionism has suffered a
grave blow in Washington." the
Arab press in the United States
expresses gratification at the fact
that the State Department re-
vented passage of the Palestine
Resolution by the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee.
Pvt. Arthur A. Epstein. 20. of
Norfolk, Va. In Italy. Epstein, a
medical corpsman, has been
awarded the Purple Heart.
Pfc. William Cohen. 29, of the
Bronx. In Italy, by a Nazi sniper
while giving first aid to a wound-
ed American.
Pfc. Bernard J. Cooper. 24, of
Middletown, N. Y. In France, on
D day plus two.
Pvt. Saul Cooper. 20, of Med-
ford, Mass. In Italy. Holds Purple
Heart and an Oakleaf Cluster.
Pvt. Jacob B. Cramer, 31. of
Worcester, Mass. At St. Lo. Pur-
ple Heart.
Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Nary Committee. Made Possible Through
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LT. MAGID COMPLETES
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An Air Service Command Sta- j
tion in EnglandSecond Lt. MaJ.
colm J. Magid the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry I. Magid of 1443 West i
Ave., Miami Beach, Fla., recently |
completed an orientation course (
designed to bridge the gap be-
tween training in the States and
combat soldiering against the
enemy in Germany. |
At this air service command
station Lt. Magid attended a J
series of lectures given by vet- l
erans of this command which in- I
eluded instructions on chemical
warfare defense and pertinent
tips on staying healthy in a com-
bat zone.
His next station will be one
from which America's fighting
planes cover our advance into
Germany.
Before entering the Army Air
Forces, he was employed as a
student at the University of Flor-
ida in Gainesville. Fla.
LT. LOUIS WINTER IN
NAZI BOMBING ATTACK;
An Eighth Air Force Bomber
Station, Eng.Second Lt. Louis
Winter. 22, pilot of an Eighth Air
Force B-17 Flying Fortress, en- i
tercd the aerial offensive against I
Germany recently in a heavy ]
bombing attack on the marshall-
ing yards at Darmstadt, concen-
tration point for much enemv
shipping behind the lines.
His wife, the former Miss
Jackie Baer, lives at 2908 Fla-
mingo Drive, Miami Beach.
SOLDIERS ARE PLEASED
WITH TEL AVIV PEOPLE
New York (JTA)The excep-
tionally friendly treatment given
American soldiers on furlough by
the residents of Tel Aviv will
make many of these strongly pro-
Zionist, Anne O'Hare McCormick
states this week in a cable from
the all-Jewish city.
Describing Tel Aviv as a mod-
ern, cosmopolitan and interna-
tional city, she quotes U. S. sgl-
diers as stating that it is the best
place they have seen since they
left home. Miss McCormick says
further that the soldiers' reaction
is important because "the first
thing one discovers here is that
the attitude of America will have
a powerful influence in deciding
the future of Palestine and, by
extension, the wish for this is the
keypiece in the puzzlethe fut-
ure of this restless and troubled
part of the world."
CHANUKHA OBSERVED
BY WACS IN ITALY
Allied Force Headquarters,
ItalyStationed thousands of
miles from their hometowns and
in a country where religious free-
dom was once obliterated, Amer-
ican Wacs of the Jewish faith
who are now in Italy celebrated
the Chanukah holiday in the
traditional manner and much the
same as if they were back home.
Although each day of the eight-
day holiday, which commemor-
ates the defeat of an ancient
Syrian tyrant in the year 165
B. C, was another work day to
the Wacs, they attended special
services held on the opening and
closing nights of the holiday.
REFUGEE BOARD AIDS
THE IEWS OF EUROPE
Washington (JTA)The War
Refugee Board declared this week
that everything possible and
feasible, and consistent with the
winning of the war, is being done
to rescue the Jews in German-
occupied territory.
In answer to the plea of the
American Jewish Conference that
rescue work be continued, the
board said that "this Govern-
ment will continue its efforts to
save the Jews and other victims
of Nazi oppression remaining in
enemy Europe."
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 12, 1945 ernes CRITICIZED BYZIONISTSONHIS PALESTINE STAND New York (JTA)— The American Zionist Emergency Council this week criticized the statement of Sir Edward Grigg, new British Minister of State Resident in the Middle East, to the effect that the Jews of Palestine must eliminate the terrorist group in Palestine or suffer the loss of world-wide Christian support for their hopes of an independent nation, as a "travesty of justice." "Sir Edward Grigg, in his first public statement as British Minister of State Resident in the Mid*Jewi%trk*kMkiri FAGHI HVE PHILIP STEIR Wishes to announce to his host of friends that he now owns and operates the Blackstone Pharmacy at 850 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-4925 He will carry a full lim. of Parke & Deris. Lilly. Squibb, Lederle. Abbott and Upjohn Vitamins and dispensing medicines. Associated with him in the Rx department is JACK LEON JABLO a graduate of the Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy. A pharmacist with 12 years of experience VISIT OUR MODERN SODA FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE PHILIP STEIR AND J. JAY SEGAL W HEN the stress of modern' living gets "on your nerves"/ la good sedative can do a lot to lessen nervous tension, to make you more comfortable, to permit restful sleep. f Next time a day's work and worry or a night's wakefulnssss, K kes you Irritable, Restless or %  py—gives you Nervons Head%  xke or Nervouc Indigestion, try Dr. Miles Nervine ^Liquid r Effervescent Tablets), •Dr. H.INervine is a tiss*.' tested sedative that has been Maciag relief from Functional Nervous Disturbances for sixty yean yet is as up-to-date as this feerning's newspaper. Liquid M and $1.00, Effervescent tablets MW and 75*. Read directions and ase only as directed. die East, has sought to link continued support by the Christian world of Jewish aspirations in Palestine with the problem of the elimination of the small terrorist group there," the Council said in a statement to the press. "Sir Edward Grigg earned the gratitude of the Jewish people by refusing, together with Winston Churchill and others, to vote in 1939 with the members of his party in the House of Commons in favor of the Chamberlain White Paper which* sought to put an end to the Jewish National Home in Palestine. He thereby gave proof of his unwillingness to support a policy which was fundamentally unjust. "It accords ill with that attitude to suggest that civilized humanity will be deflected by the acts of a few individuals from its purpose to restore the Jews to I their rightful place among the | nations of the world, and thereby to fulfill an undertaking founded on profound moral and huamnitarian considerations. These isolated acts of terror violate the spirit of justice proclaimed and practiced by Jewish tradition, and scrupulously observed by the Jews of Palestine in resolute selfdiscipline through the years. EDWARD CLARKE WILL REVIEW JANU ARY 17 "Romance of Robert and Clara Schumann" will be reviewed by Edward Clarke, sixth in the series of forums sponsored by the Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, at 1:45 p. m. Friday, January 19. Mrs. I. Greenfield will be hostess for the event in her home, 4495 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach. CARDIAC HOME WILL HAVE A GAM E PARTY Dade Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home invites members and friends to their Game Party, to be given on Saturday, January 13, 8 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Jean Raab will be in charge of arrangements. COMMITTEES OF NCIW MET ON WEDNESDAY The membership committees of the National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section, headed by Mrs. Morris Alpert, Miami Beach and Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Miami, met Wednesday, January 10, at the home of Mrs. Alpert. Plans were discussed to spur the membership drive as it moves into the final phase of activity prior to the Annual Tea which will honor new members. The affair will be held Thursday, February 1, at the Atlantis Hotel Roof, Miami Beach. Workers of the membership committees who may be contacted for membership include, in Miami, Mrs. Paul Barnett, Mrs. Stuart Gordon, Mrs. Lewis Brown, Mrs. George Adler and Mrs. Milton Friedman; in Miami Beach, Mrs. Jack Silverman. Mrs. N. J. Siegendorf, Mrs. Harry Magid, Mrs. M. D. Schwab. Mrs. Jeanette Good and Mrs. David Honoroff. SMALL PERCENTAGE IN SYNAGOGUE SERVICES Only 18 per cent of the Jewish people attend synagogue services at least once a month, the D. U. National Opinion Research Center shows. This contrasts with 65 per cent Protestant and 83 per cent Catholic church goers. Fifty per cent of the Jews attend synagogue only on high holy days. Seventeen per cent of the Protestants go to services less than once a year or never, compared to 8 per cent of the Catholics and 32 per cent of the Jews. ANHIUSE R I U S C H Budweiser THADE MARK RCO. U. S. PAT. OtrT, EVERYWHERE Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS DRINK PLENTY OF <-, ripure UtUIVEHEO TJ 'C> HOMr GALLON nor:.-: td A^f OF Sit r J6LE B0TT..l 75; PIUS Boftlf 0j301,t PHONE 2 4123 Upton House Cooler Corp. COOLING AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS FOR HOMES AND COMMERCIAL USES Expert Engineering Service Without Obligation Ask Our Many Friends Who HOT* On* 242 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-6433 CENTER SISTERHOOD IN MEETING JANUARY 15 The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold its regular meeting Monday evening, January 15, at the Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. Miss Malvina Weiss will be guest speaker. Vocal selections will be rendered by Miss Judy Nelson, accompanied on the piano by her mother. 200 FIRMS WILL SHOW AT ALL-FLORIDA FAIR Approximately 850 companies have been invited to exhibit products at the All-Florida Industrial and Agricultural exposition in Miami from Feb. 5 through Feb. 17, Forrest D. Banning, general manager, reported. MITASC and other military installations in the vicinity also will exhibit, Manning reported. The exposition has financial support of Miami area manufacturers and industrialists. Offices are maintained in the Congress building. The exposition will be held on the circus grounds at Eighth Ave. and 23rd St. ITURBI TO APPEAR HERE IN CONCERT ON IAN. 17 Jose Iturbi, world famous pianist, composer and movie star, who appear here for a single mid-January concert, Wednesday January 17th. One of the world's greatest classical artists, Iturbi is also on intimate terms with modern composers and will include on his programs at the Miami Senior High school the now well-known "Etude in Boogie Woogie Style," written especially for him by Morton Gould, along with selections from the works of Scarlatti, Brahms, Beethoven, Chopin, Listz and others. Keep on buying War Bonds. H. E. LEICHENGER Tax Consultant Announces the opening of his office Lincoln Drexcl Bldg. 1655 Drexel Avenue Miami Beach Engagement by Appointment Only PHONE 5-4452 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 Bast care for chronic sick, convalescent and elderly peoo< SANEL BEER. M. D.. Director Reasonable Prlcaa ^^LI-Q Beautiful Grnundif^ Home Cooked Kosher Meals KOP'EL'S 29 N. E. 11th Street Miami Reasonable Rates for Room and Board. Special attention to private parties. Your Blood Deposit... Like Money In the Bonk— Draw on it in COM of nood • GIVE NOW—CALL RUDY ADLER 5-5319 For Appointment LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that* the pnderslgned, desiring to engage In bisslneas under the fictitious name of ftYMOUTH POULTRY CO., of Miami. Florida, Intend to register the MI4 County Tax Certificate No. 1212 assued the 5th day of June, A.D. 1282. has filed same In my office, aad beta made application for a tax deed te be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property in the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt: Lot 13, Block 28. City of Miami South, Plat Hook B. Page 41, hi the County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was in the name of Louis Leiffer. Unless said certificate shall he redeemed according to law, the proaertv described therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday hi the month of February, 1945. which Is the 5th day of February. 194*. dated this 27th day of December, 19*%. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. fCireuit Court Seal) BT L. M. JOHNSON, D. .. 12/29 1/5-12-1* IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS*, FLORIDA.—IN PROBATE. No. 15745. In Re: ESTATE OF DESMOND B. HAYS, A/K/A DES HAYS Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons HaIng Claims or Demands Agaiast Said Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present aay claims and demands which you, or either of you. may have against the estate of DESMOND B. HAYS, A/K/A DES HAYS deceased late of Dade. County. Florida, to the Hon. W. W. Blanton. County Judge of Dade Couaty, and file the same In his office ra the County Courthouse in Dade Cenaty. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal addreaai of the claimant and to be sworn te and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date January 2. A.D. 1945. MIRIAM MANE HAYS As Executrix of the I.ast vTlll and Testament of DESMOND B. HAYS. A/K/A DES HAYS. Deceased. MAX R SILVER. Attorney for Executrix. 1/12-19-26 2/2 ^/w^w****^"" ^UlllllllWW <0& ADVANTAGES of* I>AI>E FEDERAL • MORTGAGE v .LOW RATES BASY PAYMENTS LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE • A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Youn LOCAL, FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER $10.0004)00 HAIIE FEIIKAL riT* .*.*•* J ofsrshi.urTce.i yv/Z/MUMi %  %  %  •' 2^a


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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12. 1945
BIRTHS
ENGAGEMENT
Mr and Mrs. Solomon Lipstadt.
610 Eighth St.. Miami Beach, are
the parents of a daughter born
January 3rd at St. Francis hos-
pital.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kaabe. 1418
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, an.
nounce the birth of
January 4 at St. Francis hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trachten-
l>org, 1335 Penns;.....V.-, Mi-
ami Bead .
of a son on J
BRISM
The Brism f Capl
and Mrs. Nathan Gins urg
Mr. i
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PERSONALS
DEADLINE
All material for the social
and organizational columns
of The Jewish Floridian will
be accepted only until 5
p. m. Tuesday.
WEDDINGS
r i.
Mi .: rS .both
7, rated with
for their 1

Mr and Mi -. Mas S
135 Co lins A.f Miai
lebrai 1 ir 50th
anniversary at a 1 ai :y gr
ti> ir h : : at '- .. Waiters
Terrace Sun
Capt. Stanley Frehling. his
wife and son. have .
from Colorado Springs spend
a week with Mr. Mrs S
Blank. 321 Di Lid I, Mian -
Beach. Following his stay,
Frehling will I
duty. Mrs. Frehling will .-.
in Miami.
Maibii
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Mr Rubin. > als 1 srrad -
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[tending 1 Uni-
I Mi in L hen
mi ring ii tntmg ii
r :' th( Mian Bi ach Elks
. I with Tau
Epsi :. Phi fraternity.
The .1 v en 1 ndered a
rtj y Mrs M I nNi w
Year's 1 ehl I I L .. \v
T rn ''. ir bers of both families
.- : 1
Mr. and Mrs 1. uis V 1 l
d the man
Ev. lyn. to Lt. Arnold
:. Kern r, oi N< w v rk City, as
[ Decei r 24
Di Ja H K
ficiati.).
Th( has just 1
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Mr. a VI
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M. B. ORGANIZATIONS
WILL INSTALL JOINTLY
The Arbeiter Ring Branch No
fi92 of Greater Miami and the
Women's Branch will have a joint
installation of officers Sunday
8 p. m. at the Arbeiter Rm*
Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave. Mi
ami Beach. H. Zigas will be the
guest speaker.
Officers for the men's branch
are: Finance secretary, Felii
Rosenthal; recording secretary
Morns Jacobs; treasurer, Divirf
Cross; hospitolar M. B., Boris Rif.
kind; hospitolar Miami, Charlei
Stein; executive board include
Isidore Cohen, Mr. and Mr.-.. Si-
mon Kahn, Mrs. Morris Jacobs
Mrs. Anna Kaset, Joe Po lack"
Ben Silver, C. Weintraub. Sam
K.ii/ and Jacobs H. Siegal.
The women's branch of 1 ri
chair-lady, Becky Levine-
finance secretary'. Mrs. M rris
ibs; recording secretary, \irs'
Abel; hospitolar Miami,
H J. Siegal; hospitolar M R.j
Shi vo Robinowitz; treasurer'
Mrs. Boras Rifkind.
Mrs. Hy C verman li ft this
week to spend wi ks in New
York visiting -.. : in-la s.
B. AND P. WOMEN WILL
MEET AT BEACH HOTEL
The Busin ss an I Profess
W : n Divisi n 1
will h )ld :-_s me rshi
on Januarj '.-. at tl
Hotel.
Mrs. Irving Lehrn
guest speaker. Ihi progi
begin at 3 p. rr
refreshm -.:.- .
Anr uncement f the betrothal
t Miss Sui B rger f rm< r New
. r w living in Miami
n I Will .:-. ''.' :"- n
f Tam| : meed mis week,
Miss Berger has been here a
9 at Penn C art
ts. SI 5 a membei I
I B'nai B'rith voung
f S center
Pvt v.". [fs :. as salt 1 romo-
tion y n anas r f r
W C ast Army Si
his luction last
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M. B. PYTHIAN SISTERS
HOLDS INSTALLATION
Miami Beach Ten pie N
..-.:. Sisters, has 1 nt< r d into
..: : their < xistenct
Jan.: : : -".. -
ti n of '.:. Malvine
Stern as insta ng fficer,
ed by c; 1 MeU n. Grand
Grand Ti n pie of
Fl n.i.i. .-....:_ as Grand Senior
Ja L past D.D.G.C.
1 M thi r of tl pie, as
Grand Manager.
New officers t t IMS an Mollie
W :- .:, P.C.i E.....:
M.E.C.; Bertha Fn E.S.;
at, E J.: Anne Kap-
lan, M.; Betty El sti in, M
a: C Lydia Ai n Rubin. M I F
. tta Li r r, I' J
O.G.; M Stern,
: Staff
Cor. and l ar
Temp] R
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Anna R Kai .-,..-
Past Chief 1 ted
: ur Past C
1 :. an. Ruth Kav
"' W rshi ::. Th< T< 1
als presented ly gift 1
the ut-g .11- M E.C Ri I
re s< rved at thi
ting rhe 1 I 1 .
held Tues lay, J..: .
I 8:30 p. m., at the regular
ting hall. 617 Collins Ave.,
. Beach,
Jackie Walters.
W ill f 1
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1 Wai Loan,
MEMORIAL SERVICE IS
HELD FOR REV. SLUTSKY
A memorial service was held
lis Slutsky,
11 lure in '.;'-5 from Chi-
he had si n 1 d for
years as Hebrew school
r and Shoched. He conduct-
the firs; High Holv Day
in Miami Beach in the
:' a a h hotel. Su 1
:' rmi d the nucleus
r thi first Beach Congregation.
Whili pioneering in this work.
I Slul ame affiliated
Beth David Synagogue
in Miami. Recognizing the need
: r a Hebn w School, he organ-
the Beth David schi ol.
i :' service,
Chi 1 1, r. main-
:ne thi n 1 r a sh rt time and
in, Ariz.
fe in 1944
luties and
impaired health,
. ry 22. 1044
return
1 lughter, Mrs.
a Miami
. nt.
INSTALLATION DINNER
OF B B YOUNG WOMEN
The first annual installation
banquet oi the B'nai B'rith
Yi ung Women of Sholem Lodge
will take place Sunday. January
14. at the George Washington
Hotel, 5th St. at Washington Ave..
Miami Beach.
ADL DIRECTOR LEAVES
FOR WORK IN ATLANTA
Alexander F. Miller. Florida
regional director of the Anti-De-
famation League, will leave Mi-
ami. January 21 to assume di-
rectorship of the newly-organ-
ized Southeastern Regional ADL
office in Atlanta. Mr. Miller has
si rved as director of this office
for the past 20 months. Ho has
announced that his assistant. Mr.
George Talianoff, will assume
charge here.
The going is getting toucher.
Keep buying Bonds.
United States War Bonds are
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A good buy is a War Bond. Buv
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