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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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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,
(Continued on page 4)
---------------------------
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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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
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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.
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Mr. and Mrs 1. uis V 1 l
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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,
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Anna R Kai .-,..-
Past Chief 1 ted
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1 :. an. Ruth Kav
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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.
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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
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
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1945
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.
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
ih- undersigned, 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 A- DIETZ,
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.. Cor-
delia's Book Shop, 44 B. B. 1st St..
Ye Book Lovera Shop BEACH
Lincoln Road Book Shop, fi:w Lln-
coln 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.
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*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___________
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
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rf fhe UnSS to ItaJJtL ]l mght Clube' Copacabana
idf ft! seeTe dSSLJ^S SA **W*P-
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conductor of the New Y2TSmH y6ar, to ^^ assistant
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Major Hensel will establish
temporary headquarters in Mi
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ernes criticized
BYZIONISTSONHIS
PALESTINE STAND
New York (JTA) The Ameri-
can 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 Minis-
ter 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. Asso-
ciated 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
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die East, has sought to link con-
tinued 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 grati-
tude of the Jewish people by re-
fusing, 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 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
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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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+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.


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Name.
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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.
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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
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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In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Serrices announced thresh ';.-*
V ..:..... .: U-. As- -' '"
attrtsa
-I'.
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. .,, .- 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,
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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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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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