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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.
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Miami, Fla

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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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THE IFWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 18NUMBER 3
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
Plans Nearing Completion
For Federation Fund Drive
$305,182.59 will be the 1945 campaign goal of the'Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. This sum was announced by the
board of directors when it approved the budget for the ensuing
year at a recent meeting. Max Orovitz, chairman of the budget
committee, in making public this figure stated that not only has
the work of the local agencies
grown and expanded, requir-
ing more money, but the over-
seas needs have tripled in the
past year.
April 8-22 are the dates set for
this year's campaign. They were
arrived at, after taking into con-
sideration the War Chest and
Red Cross drives. Members of
the Speaker's Division will appear
before organizations throughout
the area in the near future in an
appeal for 1,000 volunteer work-
ers that will be necessary to cover
the area in the general campaign.
Monte Selig, President of Fed-
to give this year as they have
never given before."
Other people appointed by the
Campaign Planning Committee
under the chairmanship of Jacob
Sher, include:
Campaign director: Joseph
Rose; treasurer: Dr. Frank Coret;
honorary vice-chairmen: Lt. Col.
Elry Stone. Major Mitchell Wolf-
son, Capt. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman;
initial gift division: co-chairmen,
Sam Blank and Jacob Sher; spe-
cial gift division: co-chairmen,
Stanley C. Myers and Carl Wein-
kle; advance gift division: co-
eration, announced the appoint- \ chairmen, Herbert E. Scher and
ment of George Chertkof as David Phillips; trades division:
chairman of the 1945 campaign. | co-chairmen, William Singer and
In accepting the chairmanship, ] Joseph Stein; men's division: co-
Mr. Chertkof stated: "It is only' chairmen, George Bertman and
because I know that I can count Milton Friedman; new gifts di-
on the eager support and active vision: Monte Selig and Benjamin
participation of every member! E. Bronston; speakers' division:
of this community that I have
agreed to accept this duty. When
I think of how the lives of thous-
co-chairmen, Rabbi Irving Lahr-
man and Rabbi Max Shapiro;
publicity: Fred Shochct; flying
ands of Jews depend upon what j squad: Abe Kurman, M. J. Kopel-
we do this year in Miami and I owitz, Benjamin Meyers. Max
Miami Beach, I am almost over-
whelmed with the terrible re-
sponsibility ipvolved, but since
| our goal is almost twice as large
[ as last year's goal and since the
J needs are inexpressably greater,
I know that I can expect people
Orovitz and Morton Russack; of-
fice volunteers: Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz.
Additional appointments are in
the process of being made and
will be announced in the very
near future.
iJames G. McDonald Will Address
Miamians Tuesday, January 23rd

James G. McDonald will ad-
dress an open meeting under the
sponsorship of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation at the Miami
each Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid
ve., on Tuesday, January 23,
t 8 p. m. Mr. McDonald, who
ill address the meeting on the
topic, "What Will Happen To
Refugees In The Post-War
World," speaks with the highest
authority. For many years he
was League of Nations High Com-
missioner for Refugees, and more
recently he has been chairman
of the President's Advisory Com-
mission on Political Refugees.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, who
will introduce Mr. McDonald,
states that Mr. McDonald is one
of the most forceful and best in-
formed speakers he has ever
heard. Rabbi Lehrman added that
Mr. McDonald's coming to Great-
er Miami is a tribute to the
growth and importance of our
Jewish community.
He has been a professor in
political science at Harvard. Rad-
I cliffe and Indiana Universities.
I He has been chairman of the
Board of Directors of the Foreign
Policy Association, a member of
the editorial staff of the New
York Times, president of the
Brooklyn Institute of Arts and
Sciences, and a member of the
board of directors of the Nation-
al Advisory Council on Radio
and Education. He is a news
analyst, as well as advisor on
post-war relations to the Blue
Network.
In 1933 Mr. McDonald received
the Town Hall Club annual award
of honor conferred upon the New
York citizen deemed to have done
most for the community. He has
also received the American He-
brew medal for promotion of
better understanding between
Christians and Jews in America.
The meeting will also mark the
first appearance of the Bialik
Singing Society. This group,
which has been organized by A.
P. Gannes, director of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, has
been in existence several months.
It started under the cooperative
planning of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education and the Y.M.H.A.s
of Miami and Miami Beach, and
with the additional assistance of
Chaplain Saul Kraft. The Bialik
Singing Society will present a
brief program of Palestinian
songs in honor of Mr. McDonald's
visit to the community.
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Chairman of 1945 Campaign
Washington (JTA)The Pales-
tine Resolution which has been
a center of controversy in Zionist
and non-Zionist circles for the
past few months, was re-intro-
duced in the House of Repre-
sentatives by Rep. James P
Geelan. Connecticut, Democrat.
Although official Zionist circles
here refused to comment on the
bill, pending a meeting of the
American Zionist Emergency
Council, it is not thought likely
that they will press for action un-
til the State Department recon-
siders its opposition. The Geelan
bill is identical with the measure
Introduced in the 78th Congress
by Rep. Ranulf Compton, whom
Geelan defeated.
NEED IS GREATER
THAN FORMERLY
FOR WAR CHEST
"Give more this year because
the need is greater" became a
Community War Chest slogan
full of meaning this week as first
reports from the 2,000 volunteer
workers well toward the quarter
mark of the $685,000 goal.
Many substantial increases
were shown in the reports of 1t\e
division leaders and General
Chairman James I. Keller said it
was an indication of a successful
appeal.
"We know that the people of
Dade County are willing to share
in the responsibility," Keller
said. "Our job is to see enough
people and give them an oppor-
tunity to contribute. If we do
this, our campaign will be a
complete success."
The Community War Chest is
the united financial appeal for
agencies that do a complete job
of human service. The 23 local
agencies provide care for chil-
dren, young people, families and
soldiers stationed in this area.
The war-related agencies give
service to troops in camp and
combat zones through USO and
War Prisoners Aid and to the
sick and homeless in allied lands.
"It is a total job that calls for
a total response on the part of
the community," Keller said. "We
know the needs are increasing as
the war effort mounts. This is our
way of doing our share."
The appeal continues through
January 26. with report meetings
each Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 12:15 at the Miami Wo-
man's Club.
Tel Aviv (JTA)Parents and
wives of many of the 279 Jewish
terrorist suspects who were de-
ported to a British internment
camp in Eritrea this week storm-
ed the offices of the municipality
and of the local Jewish commun-
ity council, demanding urgent
action to secure adequate food
for the deportees. They displayed
letters from the interned men
declaring that they have pro-
claimed a hunger strike because
of the poor food.
COMMITTEE OF LABOR
WITHDRAWS FROM AJC
New York (JTA)The Jewish
Labor Committee revealed of-
ficially this week that it has
withdrawn from the American
Jewish Conference because of the
admission to the conference of
the Jewish Peoples Fraternal
Order, which, the Labor Commit-
tee charged, is a Communist or-
ganization.
In a pamphlet issued to its
members, the labor group stated
that the Communists have at-
tempted to demoralize Jewish
labor organizations and injured
Jewish interests. It indicated that
it was willing to rejoin the con-
ference if the Jewish Peoples
Fraternal Order were ousted.
Receiving'Bank
Dedicated at M.
TERRORISTS SAY
THE! MURDERED
In a tense courtroom jammed
with policemen and soldiers Ep-
hraim Ben Zuri and Eliahu
Khakim, Palestine terrorists, ad-
mitted this week that they had
murdered Lord Moyne. British
Minister of State in the Middle
East, and pleaded guilty also to
charges of killing Moyne's chauf-
feur and possessing illegal ex-
plosive.
Both of the boyish-looking de-
fendants appeared extremely
calm as they sat in the prisoners
box surrounded by guards, and
heard the prosecutor demand the
death penalty. The case is being
heard by a five-man military
court.
First move by the defense was <
to demand that the case be trans-,
ferred to a civil court. Under [
Egyptian law, decisions of a civil j
court may be appealed, but not
those of a military tribunal. The |
defense attorneystwo Egyptians j
and a Britonargued that the
murder of Lord Moyne was a
civil and not a military defense, j
The change in venue was de-1
nied by the court at the request
of the prosecutor who said that
while the assassination of Movne
and his driver might be civil of-
fenses, the possession of illegal
explosives and the charge of at-1
tempting to kill a constable came.
within military jurisdiction, and, |
therefore, it would not be feasible j
to divide the proceedings.
Sponsored by B'nai B'rith
Sholem Lodge, the Miami Beach
Receiving Station for the Blood
Bank of Dade County was dedi-
cated Wednesday morning, Jan-
uary 18, at 13th St. and Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach. Pro-
ceedings started with a parade
led by the Army Ground and
Service Forces band. Charles
Clements, president of the Mi-
ami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, presided. The invocation
was delivered by Chaplain Floyd
M. Patterson, AF&SF. Addresses
were given by Mayor John Levi,
and Val C. Cleary, county com-
missioner. Harold Turk, president
of B'nai B'rith, expressed his ap-
preciation to the presidents of
civic and social organizations
participating in the program, in-
cluding Harvey Seeds post Amer-
ican Legion, the Jewish War Vet-
erans, and representatives from
the Blood Donors Council.
Pvt. James L. Peterson, a re-
turnee wearing the Purple Heart
award for injuries sustained in
France, and whose life was
saved by a blood transfusion, told
of his experience and his grati-
tude for having received trans-
fusions, made possible by blood
donors. Jack Cleary, chairman
of the Dade County Blood Bank,
presented the B'nai B'rith merit
award to Morris Weiss, S. J.
Halpenn, and Mrs. Ruth Flem-
ing, all of whom donated blood
three times since June 15th.
Following the benediction by
Chaplain Carl I. Miller, AG&
SF, 60 people, out of about 250
present, became blood donors at
the permanent Miami Beach re-
ceiving station at Morris Broth-
ers Department Store, opposite
the scene of the dedication.
Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein, pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith Auxiliary,
and a committee headed by Mrs.
J. Goldman, is in charge of in-
terviewing and clerical details
of the Blood Bank station. Re-
freshments for blood donors will
also be served by members of the
Auxiliary committee.
The establishment of the sta-
tion was brought about through
the efforts of Rudy R. Adler. Mi-
ami Beach chairman of the B'nai
B'rith Blood Bank committee.
National Children's Cardiac Home
Free of Debt Due to Generous Gift
The National Children's Car-
diac home today was debt-free
and in possession of a check
for $15,000 with which to con-
struct a recreation building on
the home's property at W.
Flagler and 42nd St.
A $6,000 mortgage was burned
at a jamboree for the home
Sunday at the Club Bali, ending
indebtedness incurred when the
home was built in 1940 at a
cost of $26,000. Present value of
the physical plant now is ap-
proximately $60,000.
The $15,000 check was pre-
sented the home at the party by
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen
of New York, who stipulated it
was to be used in construction
of the recreation home which
they said they would equip and
maintain through their lifetime.
NEW MINISTER ARRIVES
IN THE,MIDDLE EAST
Jerusalem (JTA)Sir Edward
Grigg, new British Minister of
State in the Middle East, arrived
here this week to confer with
High Commissioner Lord Gort.
It is understood that they will
discuss recent political develop-
ments and the situation created
by the activities of Jewish terror-
ists.
The gift, they said, was in mem-
ory of their son, Melvin, a victim
of rheumatic heart disease.
The home now provides 45
free beds to children mostly ill
with rheumatic fever. It is sup-
ported by a national organization
founded in Miami in 193S.
Dr. M. A. Kugel and Dr. Max
Dobrin, medical directors, head
a staff of 16 physicians who tend
the children. The home now con-
tains a research laboratory.
TURKEY CONTINUES TO
ISSUE PASSPORT VISAS
New York (JTA)The local of-
fice of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine denied reports that
Turkey has refused to grant tran-
sit visas to emigrants from the
Balkans entering Palestine.
'The Turkish Government is
continuing to grant transit to all
Immigrants who have Palestine
certificates," the Agency said.
"Under the new quota of 11,000
certificates, 1,500 a month were
allowed to come in. As this num-
ber was exhausted last month,
the Turkish Government stopped
giving transit visas to immigrants
who arrived. In the meantime,
the British Government has re-
sumed the issuing of certificates
and the Turkish authorities have
resumed granting the necessary
transit visas."


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14 YEAR OLD BOY WILL|HIAS TOURIST BODY TO
ADDRESS M.B. ZIONISTS BANQUET JANUARY 28
Norman R. Grutman, grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg,
1100 14th St., Miami Beach, will
arrive here for a visit next week.
Norman, a high school student,
is only 14 years old, but has al-
ready earned prominence for
himself as an outstanding youth
orator. He has addressed numer-
ous mass meetings and public
gatherings. December 16 he was
chosen and served as chairman
of the New York Daily Mirror
Youth Forum in which 400 speak-
ers participated. He speaks week-
ly over station WMCA in New
York.
While here, he will address a
city-wide meeting of the Miami
Beach Zionist District on Jan-
uary 29 at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center.


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ARBEITER RING WILL
PRESENT MASHA BENIA
The People's Tourist Commit-
tee of Greater Miami for HIAS,
through the generosity of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Miller, will hold their
annual banquet Sunday, January
28, at the Victor Hotel with the
cooperation of David Rosner op-
erator of the hotel. The commit-
tee is made up of personalities
in Jewish life from Greater Mi-
ami and all parts of the country-
Joseph L. Tepper will act as
chairman.
MADAME KURENKO TO
APPEAR IN CONCERT
On February 4, the Arbeither
Ring will present Masha Benia
with a concert at the Miami
Beach High School. Masha Benia
is touring the southeast under
the auspices of the Women's Cir-
cle South Eastern Dist. Commit-
tee. The proceeds go for the
Lyceum Fund of the organiza-
tion.
Presented by the University of
Miami, Mme. Maria Kurenko, so-
prano, will appear in concert at
4:30 p. m. Jan. 21 at the Miami
Senior High school. Henry Gregor
will be at the piano.
Included on the program will
be "Ici-bas" by the late Arnold
Volpe and "Tears" by Franklin
Harris. Compositions by Rach-
maninoff, Debussy, Massenet and
Gretchanioff are among other se-
lections to be given.
OMISSION
Omitted last week from the
list of officers chosen to head the
Jewish Home for the Aged was
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, corres-
ponding secretary.
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The Y Players, the YM & WHA
Little Theater Group, who have
successfully performed before ci-
vilian and service audiences dur-
ing the past year, are getting
started on their planned dramatic
program for this year.
At the present time, they are
in the midst of rehearsals for a
one act play, "Who Gets the Car
Tonight," and a three act play,
"Penny Wise."
In addition to producing plays,
the group is particularly con-
cerned with studying all phases
of the theater: acting, backstage
work, directing, play reading,
lighting and costuming. In order
to do this job thoroughly, the
group has divided itself into com-
mittees which delve into the
rich lore of the theater.
The two plays now in rehearsal
are planned for an early present-
ation. However, there are still a
few male parts which have to be
cast. The "Y" Players invite
young men interested in dramat-
ics, who would like to prove their
talent or learn stage work, to
come to their meetings on Mon-
day evenings at 8 o'clock at the
YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln Road.
Jack P. Barash. Executive Di-
rector, has arranged for Penny
Kasper, popular actress and radio
personality, to direct the group.
YIVO REPRESENTATIVE
TO ADDRESS BEACH Y
On Sunday evening, January
21, Julius Fox, representative of
YIVO, the Yiddish Scientfic In-
stitute, will address the member-
ship of the Beach Y at 8:30 p. m.
In his talk, Mr. Fox will dis-
cuss in detail the function and
scope of the institute in the field
of scientific research.
Mr. Fox's prescence in Miami
Beach will afford the community
an opportunity to learn at first
hand what his organization is
doing. YIVO receives a contribu-
tion from the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Following his talk, Mr. Fox will
remain for informal discussion
with the audience._______
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must continue to buy Bonds, and
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WOMEN SPONSORING
MEETING ON MONDAY |
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Pioneer Women's Organization I
of Greater Miami is sponsoring a |
card party and Coffee Klatch i
Monday evening, January 22, at '
the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washing- j
ton Ave., Miami Beach. The en-
tire proceeds of the affair will
go to the Jewish National Fund.
Mrs. Pearl Redman will act as
chairman, assisted by members
of the committee.
The organization is the re-
cipient of a thirty dollar con-
tribution towards the JNF pro-
gram, made possible by the ef-
forts of Mr. and Mrs. S. Lefko-
witz at a New Year's Eve party
in their home.
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS IN
MEETING AT BEACH Y
The B'nai B'rith girls held
their meeting January 11 at the
Miami Beach "Y." Affairs for the
year were discussed and members
were elected to select committees.
Reports were given by the De-
fense chairman and new work I
such as Russian war relief kits
were handed out by Harriet Feit.
Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Carl |
Weinkle attended this meeting. I
The girls had their Sabbath this \
Sunday at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center.
CIO LABOR LEADER TO
BE AT MIAMI Y FORUM
Charles Smolikoff labor leader
and local representative of the
CIO, will be the guest speaker
at the Miami 'Y" Forum Group
next Wednesday evening, Jan-
uary 24, at the Miami "Y" audi-
torium at 8:15 o'clock. The topic
will be. "The Future of Labor
in America." Harry Gerstein,
chairman, will preside.
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PAGE FOUR
FRIDAY. JANUARY 19. 1945
The Jewish Floridian
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_BT PHINEAS I. BIRON-------
next Sunday
APPRECIATED UNDERSTANDING
rvenii i
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take H the P
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PALESTINE IS PRIMARY
HOPE OF REFUGEES
. er ner/5
I =x = friend :: ."r^e V.zzz:
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. rute .3 0 W* r.e :s BM
honest He wrrs r.:r.ert to i_s cwr. ruir. when a rule of lip
serr.ee would h~e s-rrred hia r:~ bitter ie-rrrLiec Lr.:oler-
] 7TB a ir.er.ri r.: Jacob Kaplan Dr. Kaplan is a 'ew. His
*cul is pure cud h_s _ie ur.se Irish. He suffers cr. rrros3 wits
DM eradqf c: BOOB mas and his '.:ve hold* -0 man out. He
is a rrrec: nr. end "ew.
I have known >ws arrocrr.: with pride Jews cringing'
in comers Jews =-*-:_er. with raccew Jews *.errifie I liice Jew* er.z 1 dislike Jews rs I '..^e Gentles and dislike
Ge-r_es Bui on the whole I bar* been happy ir. friendships
who .ew3 i*r have found among them is ciecres* "junkers
discipline through oentsriM baa rr.rrde ie Jewi when they nre
imefiectnd --ie oon tpiritucd ptopla c: on erre.
I m re dipiomefl I le:i the r_:e"_e r.: bypocrifly, Sc I will
heri tboogbt jj oul Trey -.z^~: _^e a rrcre: G:d ban:
made a r^rier: ]tm ye: thougb IeQt wai do -err. job. He has
dene ne boOK Witt GemtilM S; :er ei I cca leern e:e ere
BO ,ev.-_=- re.'-s which Ser.:_e-s ee cot have :r. e-e-eei me-esure
If CofeWB ere J-.r.es sr.".r.-:r.enee you ":een didn't do It be-
cz-use he 3 e Jev.- ere Ion r-e:e^e hei CTOoUd. A Jew of-
fends you. Hat e Gentile rever e-.re _>ewise?
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN ALECTEMPLETONTO BE
HOLD BEACH BANQUET HEARD HERE JAN. 23
Alec Tempteton blind r.ir;=:
performi :.-.:- January 23
at '.:,. Wh:te Temple auditonum
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by the 1
1 the American J
- :- --- play from da
-.. The pi
f tnu roncert will be use
..-..L maintain :.:.zz-.-: -: .
":--'' 1 not be shui
--- :-;--- for servicemen I
-' -:: -- '-- project! m iu
- Kort ^r:^ri;r. ar.u ..;..
f:; ar.d
;i- ': home to
V :: JTA E

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in-
. -
fui
.r.e ::r.:._;-.
eeescapably from
of twenty-f:1
:.. rr~.r:.vr.';. ies msa
r :.r-:-:" and from real
::' the world situati a :
- q PaJ tine, and nly there.
.;-. the masj of Jewish refug
r.:ee %: be *":-!:irr.e ir.i *.: re
assisted : integrate thems
^ :re life .: the community,'
Mr McDonald a.i Only in
?i.ri:.r; -^.h most .:' them feel
that they have rerurr.ed home."
TENNIS TOURNEY WILL
BE HELD AT M. BEACH Y
Under the sponsorship cf the
Miami Beach YM Ac WHA. i
Lincoln ?..ai the second annual
Greater Miami Open Table Ten-'
nil -rarrer.:. will
/. YM i: WHA on Sunday Feb-
ruary 4. :-4r_
Ihe fal le Tennis Tourn
mmence at '.0 a. m. and
day.'
:. : ill be

nki ir btaii
Beach YM 8t WHA, I Lin.
' '' R the nil ling is odcc
from # 8 to 10 1 m. The
'" r.- ; must be in a, 1 bef re
January 28. The entry j
fee :' is 50c and free:
men and women in the service. I
rhe .r,: injtai'atics banquet
of the B'nai B'nta Young W
of Sholem Lodge e Sun-
day January 14 i-. the Geone
Washingi a Hotel Miami E
The % ik.n f the evenn -
*i; Rabbi Max Shapii Mrs,
" 1 5 r fixiated at the m-
sta.iatioc and tailed the new
pfficen A I = said
by Mi : ,.;. -
tr.e sponsor of 1 .-. E
*oe courst f 1 ...j a M -
I at B'nai =.:.:.-. pin
(- -- Mi Ett .. I
:^v '-'/ Ihe ne p:
Mrs. Jack Rosen introduced
Tr.^ toastmistreai of the evening
wai Miss S.-: Berger The next
ng will take place January
23 at 8 p m. at YM U WHA, 1
Lincoji Road. Mian.. Bea:r_
B'NAI B'RITrL LADIES
TO INSTALL JOINTLY
Sholetn Lodge, B'nai B'ritta
and its auxiliary wnU hold a joint
installation Sunday evening Jan-
uary 28. at Lou Walter s Terrace,
23rd and Collins. Miami Beach.
Tne committee is now acceotmg
reservations at the B'nai B'ritB
ocice.
A prominent speaker is being'
secured for the occasion, and in
addition to the installation cer*-
"i011.1"- the corr,p:e-.e floor show
ol tee Terrace will be presented
that evening. The entire dub has
been turned over to B'nai B nth
Icr the occasion.
PYTHIAN SISTERS WILL
MEET NEXT TUESDAY
Miami Beach Temple N'o. 43,
Pythian Sisters will hold their
rt g Jar meeting at 617 Col*
-.-'-- A'.---. ..-. Tuesday evening.
January 23. at 330 p. m. A social
hour celebrating the birthdays of
the mm:n will follow ::.-j meet-
ing.
'--' en of 1
: = -v need nationality and
in 'r.-. y~ir.
ricketi for the Ale: Templetoi
--i.-.^e :.-;- $i.5o t0 $3.50
:' "'-'- be >btained a: Bure.n-'s
Kicnards, r.ee Ctoh Drug Store
- dept Walgreen1! op-1
posite O.ycr.pia theatre, Philpttt"!
jIusic store m Miami, and at'
Saits Fifth Ave. Lincoln Ri. E
tr.canto store in Roney Plaza
hotel. Miami Beach Radio. 1219
-1r.c0.nR-.ad. Eddies News and
Stuff, 4iSt St.. Morris Bros..
ajte%5 ciVe-- S'd f8"*"4'*.
- noaa 5er.-icerr.en s tickets
=re specia..;.- pr.ced at $1.50 and
..eadquaners are at Dr. A. Harr.p-
SSm. Langfcrd Bld*- ^h0Qe
SISTERHOOD TO HOLD
BI-MONTHLY MEETING
iof Beth Sho'.om
: b Id it! monthly bin-
rty at 761 41st St. on Sun-
g J in 21 a: 8 p. m.
ra feature of the evening
award of :ne elabor-
- .: i pated by Mrs. A.
- -:: Refreshments will be
served y Mrs. Jack Schai
=.....--" '-'- bingo, and her ccm-
mittee.
Arbeiter Ring Er. 652 will have
as its speaker Joseph Duntov
**o will lecture on 'War Prob-
lems" Sunday a: 8 p. m. at the
workmens Circle Lyceum. 25
Washington Ave.
Post caros were mailed to Mi-
ami Beacn registered veers. :n-!
forming them they must re-regi-1
s.er under the new city registra- i
non1. Plan before they will be'
SecttS l Vote agam ta c^'>-
^WKeffgg^iS!
stereo under the permanent reg-
WIOD TO HAVE NEW
RADIO PROGRAM SOON
.;.r; v-'-'-ng Sunday. January 21.
WIOD wul join with other radio
--a.i-.ns_ tnroughout the country
-r. rroaacasting the coast-to-coast
^'t-y "dip program known as
Tne Eternal Light over the NBC
network. The program may be
heara locally from 11 to 11:30
'7*'* ^""--l Light" program
j: drawn .from the rxh storehouse
of Jewisn literature, history and
S2L. a designed to show
Juda^m as a moral force in im-
E?r^a V^"? 0i hlst0^- "The
tternal Light,' inaugurated bv
ne Jewish Theological Seminar?
0 America, is supervised by a
^^AZrJr'-'^of ;he leadi"K
-a> and rabpinica represe^ta-
Uves; of aU branches of SSwr? m
the United States.
_Tre sub-title of the series, now
JEWISH NEWS .
Yes, it's true that King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia has
;oined forces with the ruler of Iraq as the peaxbexid of Arab
anb-Zionift actionand that with the blessing of the British
Colonial Ottce Anne O'Haie McCormick. New York Times
correspondent now in Jerusalem, wrote a story for her paper
cbout the "forgotten ally," meaning the Jews Her editor,
however, changed the phrase to "forgotten partners"beccuse
the Times doesn't like Pierre van Paassen's book "The For-
jotten Ally" ... In this country the Zionist split is widening
.'. The supporters of Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver are carolling
all their forces within the Zionist Organization, and are right
now setting the stage for the 1945 convention .
THERE AND HERE .
Our bal is ofl to a Dutch woman, a shopkeeper, of Maas-
tricht Holland Early in the war she took into her home two
Jewish children whose parents had been deported to Poland
... To avoid discovery of her kind deed she dyed the young-
sters' heir a bright buttery yellow for four years, and thus pre-
rpture by the Gestapo Father Charles Cough-
:..-. is reported to be preparing a big blast on the Polish-Soviet
boundary issue, with the support of "distinguished" Polish
Btatemen Recent secret polls show that while anti-Semitism
is on the decrease in the Army it is on the increase in civilian
life ..-. the USA .
BOOK DEPT____
' No Soft Peace'' is the title of a forthcoming book by Albert
E. Kahn and Michcel Sayers This is the combination that
wrote Sabotage" You'll enjoy Oscar Leonard's "Ameri-
can All," a book that teaches you more about Jewish history
in the United States than many a textbookand it's entertain-
ing to boot The literary critics will wake up some day and
hail Norman Corwin's poem "Petition after Victory," published
in Collier's Magazine last November The Borden Publishing
Company of Los Angeles announces that it will soon bring out
"The Art of Max Band," by Arthur Milliera whole volume on
this great painter .
STAGE AND SCREEN...
Dan Schacht, son of the late actor Gustar Schacht, writes
us: "You need have no fears about the 'Merchant of Venice'
production Paul Muni is planning He is going to produce
my father's version of the playand the effect of that will be
exactly the opposite of the impression created by the usual
Shylock interpretation" The Anti-Defamation League would
have done well to correct the text of a few lines in Fran*
Werfel's play "Embezzled Heaven," which is now fortunately
ending its Broadway run "Decision," Edward Chodorov's
anti-Fascist hit play of last session on Broadway, has been
turned down by Hollywood "Too strong to take," say the
gentlemen who decide what's good for us on the screen .
Playwright Sidney Kingsley, who recently returned to civilian
life, is back on the job Reports from Hollywood have it that
he just wrote a scenario, a brief 5-page piece, for which he was
paid S50.000 Talking about scenarists reminds us to remind
you that the screen play for "None But the Lonely Heart" is the
first to which Clifford Odets has signed his name since "The
General Died at Dawn," which came out quite a few years ago.
ABOUT PEOPLE ...
Note to camera fans: Have we ever told you that the in-
ventors of the Kodachrome color film are two scions of famous
musical families? One is Leopold Mannes, a son of conductor
David Mannes and grandson and namesake of conductor Dr.
Leopold Damrosch The other is Leopold Godowsky, Jr.. son
of the late piano virtuoso Guess who's going overseas on
an entertainment tour now? Why. none other than your
old friend Mollie Goldberg, who will therefore be missing bom
the airwaves for a while in the spring, since her creator and
impersonator, Gertrude Berg, will naturally go abroad with
her Keep your eyes open, a decade or so from now, for
a new child prodigy in the musical field ... His name is Miles
Standish Seidman, and he is now three and a half years old
. Miles already plays the piano so well that he can accom-
pany his father's celloand that by ear
LISTEN TO THIS ...
Winchell tells this one about an Air Force gunner. Ser-
geant Harry Goldberg, who hails from the Bronx After
umpteen bombing missions over Germany this former lingerie
salesman approached his crew chief and asked: "When do I
get my diversionary dog tags?" "Whaddya mean?" queried
tne chief What are diversionary dog dags?" "The dog
tags, explained Goldberg, "that say on them lim Kelly'-in
case I have to bail out over Germany
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1945
AUXILIARY PRESIDENT
NAMES COMMITTEE
Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein, pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith Ladies'
Auxiliary, announces the appoint-
ment of the committee chairmen
for the ensuing year. Chosen
were Mrs. Benjamin Landau,
Hillel chairman; Mrs. Dema Gold-
man and Mrs. Ida Optner, war
service chairmen; Mrs. Jack Fein
and Mrs. Bell Bermann, ways and
means; Mrs. Ann Kaufman and
Mrs. Jean Silverman, member-
ship; Mrs. Harold Turk, pro-
grams; Mrs. Jean Seitlin and
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, hospitality;
Mrs. A. Lavous. remembrance;
Mrs. Arthur Treister, decorations;
Mrs. W. Kovner, refreshments;
Mrs. Sam Silver and Mrs. Milton
Friedman, tickets, and Miss
Jeanette Teller, telephone chair-
man.
Mrs. Silver and Mrs. Friedman
announce that some scats are still
available for the Copa Cabana
affair January 30. Reservations
may be made by calling Mrs.
Jack Fein, 5-7100; Mrs. Sam Sil-
ver, 9-1285; or Mrs. Milton Fried-
man, 2-2304.
*>ewhihfk>rl(iar
PAGE FIVE
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
Temple Emanu-El, Fort Laud-
erdale, will hold regular Friday
evening services at 8 p. m. Rabbi
Samuel H. Baron will discuss the
book "Chornicle of an American
Crusader," the story of the rabbi
| as civic leader.

PHILIP STEIR
Wishes to announce to hi*
host of friends that ho now
owns and operate* the
Blackstone Pharmacy
at
850 Washington Atu
Miami Boach
Phone 5-492S
Ho will carry a full lino of
Parke fc Davis, Lilly.
Squibb, Lodorlo. Abbott
and Upjohn Vitamin* aad
dispensing medicines. Asso-
ciated with him in the Rx
department is
JACK LEON JABLO
a graduate of tho Pittsburgh
College of Pharmacy.
A pharmacist with 12 years
of experience
VISIT OUR MODERN
SODA FOUNTAIN AND
LUNCHEONETTE
PHILIP STEIR
AND J. JAY SEGAL
Owners
m HEADACHE
IS SUCH A
BIG
LITTLE THING
ALL SET for a good full day's
work when a nagging bead-
ache sneaks up on you. You suffer
and so does your.work. a
Read*- for an evening of relax-
ation and enjoyment a pesky
headache interferes with your fan,
rest, enjoyment or relaxation.
DR. MILES
Anti-Pain Pills
usually relieve not only Head-
ache, But Simple Neuralgia, Mus-
cular Pains and Functional
Monthly Pains.
Do you use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain
Pills? If not why not? You can
Set Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at
your drug store in the regular
package for only a penny apiece
and in the economy package even
cheaper. Why not get a package
today? Your druggist has them.
Read directions and use only as
directed. Your money back if you
to not satisfied.
HOME FOR AGED JEWS
HAS BOARD MEETING
A meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Jewish Home for
the Aged was l>eld Monday eve-
ning at 8 p. m. at the home of
Isidore Goldberg, 1719 Jefferson
Ave., Miami Beach. Meyer H.
Frankel presided in the absence
of the president, Alfred B. Rosen-
stein, Rabbi Irving Ehrman dis-
cussed the spiritual aspects of a
home for the aged. Details were
arranged for an early occupancy
of the property purchased for
the home, and committees were
appointed. Office space for the
transaction of all business per-
taining to the project has been
procured at 705 5th St., Miami
Beach.
The next meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. I. Cohen,
1876 S. W. 10th St., Miami, next
Monday evening.
GABLES YOUTH IS ON
STAFF OF PUBLICATION
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mann. 536
Altara Ave., Coral Gables, have
received word of the election of
their son, Ronald, to the business
staff of the Cornell University
monthly magazine, the "Cornell
Engineer." Ronald was graduated
from the Ponce de Leon High
School last June, was one of four
out of ten selected for the job.
NEW DIRECTOR OF ADL
ASSUMES DUTIES HERE
With the departure of Alex-
ander F. Miller for Atlanta,
where he will take up the duties
as Director of the Southeastern
Regional Office of the ADL.
George J. Talianoff has assumed
Directorship of the Miami office.
Associated with Mr. Miller in
the Florida Regional Office since
June, 1944, Mr. Talianoff, an at-
torney and public relations coun-
sellor, was formerly connected
with the New York office of the
League.
It is expected that an assistant
to Mr. Talianoff will arive within
a short time so that the local
program might be carried on
without diminution.
COMEDIENNE WILL BE
NEXT IN "Y" SERIES
The Inter-Y Cultural Commit-
tee will feature Molly Picon, na-
tionally known comedienne, as
the next outstanding presenta-
tion of its concert and lecture
serres. She will be heard on Feb-
ruary 11 at the Miami Beach
Senior High School, 1420 Drexel
Ave., Miami Beach.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the anderslgned, desiring to engage
In baslneee under the fictitious name
of PLYMOUTH POULTRY CO., of
Miami. Florida, Intend to resistor the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAX GOLDMAN
JACK PENN
Owners.
1/6-12-1S-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned Is engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
STANDARD MERCANTILE CO.. 708
W. Flagier Street, Miami. Florida, and
Intend to register the said fictitious
name In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida.
HARRY GREENBERG
HENRY GREENBERG
12/29 1/6-12-19-26
The going is getting toucher.
London Arms
Hotel
727 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Finest Kosher Cuisine
Open to the Public
Phone 5-1264
Mads From Fresh Oranges
LIQUID ROACH TRAP
"V / Keeps the home free
\y from every size and
V^. Mk~ variety of Roach.
"NSJl Guaranteed
/".TV No poisonNo Muss
^I^Hl At YOUR DRUG STORE
J W ^ or two postpaid $1.00.
Roach Trap Co., Ft. Smith. Ark.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under the fictitious name
of WOOBY'S RESTAURANT at 1309
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JACK EISENSTAT
FRANK S. KAGAN
MURRAY DOUCHKESS
DIANA COOI'ERSMITH
Attorney for applicants.
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
of TICONA MERCANTILE CO. at
343 8. W. N. River Dr.. Miami. Fla.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY TISCHLER
KATE TISCHLER
SILVER KAPLAN A DIETZ
Attorneys for Applicants
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
DRINK PLENTY OF
CT^ripure
Wa tcr
DELIVERED TC V0UP HOME
s-GALlON BOTT^f fcOc
CASE OF SIX
T4BLE BOTTLES lit
Plus Bottlf DpdoiiI
PHONE 2-4128
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HELENE MOTEL, at 1030 16th
Street. Miami Beach. Florida, Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROSE COHEN
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorney* for Applicant.
1/12-19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE LAWRENCE APARTMENTS
al 54$ N. E. 8Snd Street, Miami, Flor-
ida Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LAWRENCE FRIEDMAN
FRANCES Kit I El i.MAN
MYERS A 11 HI MAN
Attorneys for applicants
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious suit
of MAGIC CITY BOTTLE AND SWF-
PLY at 223 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
1SIDOR BERKOWITZ
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
12/29 1/6-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The Standard Detective Bureau at
34 W. Flagier St., Suite 9-10, Wayne
Ill.li,- Miami 32, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HENRY MILLER
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MAGIC CITY BOTTLE AND SUP-
PLY, at 222 Northwest 27th Street.
Miami. Florida, intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ISAAC EMMER
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant.
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 38767
Notice is hereby given that Horace
K. Hays holder of Everglades Drain-
age District Tax Certificate Numbered
9240, dated the 1st day of June. A.D.
1942. has filed said Certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue thereon In accord-
ance with law. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated in Dade County. Flor-
ida, to-wit:
Lots 1 & 2. Block 1, Amended Plat
of Granada Place, a Resub.. Plat
Book 13, Page 51. In the County of
Dade. State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was In
the name of Jennie V. S. Robertson.
Unless said Certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 21st day of
February. A.D. 1945.
Dated this 17th day of January,
A. D. 1945.
E. B. LEATHERN!AN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L M. JOHNSON D. C.
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
Buy War Bonds Today
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
TAX DEED
Chapter 17467Acts of 1836
File A 8667
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVHlJ that
Joseph Stern holder of State and
County Tax Certificate No. (113 is-
sued the 5th day of June, A.D. 19*9.
has filed same In my office, and ku
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 Mskvri
South. Plat Book B, Page 41. ha
the County of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In the
name of Louis Lelffer.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described therein will he sold
to the highest bidder at the Court
Hi.use door on the first Monday la
the month of February, 1946, wkieh
is the 6th day of February. ]4*.
dated this 27th day of December. 1844.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. M. JOHNSON, D. S.
12/29 1/5-12-19 ____________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
No. 15745.
In Re: ESTATE OF DESMOND B.
HAYS. A/K/A DE8 HAYS De-
ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which yon, 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. F.
Blanton, County Judge of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In his office la
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to be sworn t
and presented as aforesaid, or saps
will be barred. See Section 124) of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date January 2, A.D. 1946.
MIRIAM MANE HAYS
As Executrix of the I.est Will
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
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the flcltltlous name
of JACK RICHARD DISTRIBUTING
CO.. 46 N. W. 1st Street. Miami. Fla..
Intend to register the said name wits.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
S. LANDY
SILVER, KAPLAN & DIETZ.
Attorneys for Applicants
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 MFG.. 107 N. S
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 STETTNER
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GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep Record of Our Men In Service
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SERVICE I *r n PARADE!
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T 4 Stanton Halpert. son of Mr.
and Mrs. S. N. Halpert, 1761 S.
"W. 15th St., is spending a 21-day
furlough with his parents here
after 32 months of service with
the U. S. Army Signal Corps in
the Pacific. Following his stay he
will report to a Miami Beach Re-
distribution Center.
WAC Esther Levy, of Miami
Beach, is now convalescing from
an illness at Greensboro, N. C.
Before entering the service. Miss
Levy was extremely active with
the Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center and took a
leading part in all USO and
Army-Navy war work activities.
Pvt. Sylvia F. Herts of Miami
Beach, recent enlistee in the
WACc, is now taking basic train-
ing at the third WAC training
center, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga.
Her brother, Pfc. Arthur A.
Fischer, a recent graduate of the
ASTP course sponsored by the
army, is now stationed in War-
renton, Pa. Parents of the two
soldiers are Mr. and Mrs. S.
Fischer of 745 Alton Road.
I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S
CALENDAR
David Sacher, 17, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Sacher, 437 30th
St., is spending a three weeks
visit with his parents after serv-
ing the past seven months with
the fleet between the U. S. and
England. ---------
Among 10 Florida men who
have returned from overseas and
I are now awaiting reassignment
* at Army Air Forces Redistribu-
tion station No. 2 in Miami Beach
is Second Lt. Leonard Klaskow.
23, of 28 Collins Ave., a night
fighter operator who flew 30 mis-
sions during 13 months in the
Pacific. His father, Louis Klaskow
lives at the same address.
Capt. Nathan Ginsburg has re-
turned to his post at Harve. Neb.,
after spending a 10-day leave
with his wife and son, Steven
Robert, born January 1. Mrs.
Ginsburg is the former Charlotte
Frishman of this city.
Robert Louis Glasser. 17. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman H.
Glasser, 1045 Pennsylvania Ave.,
has enlisted in the U. S. navy. He
will be sworn in next Tuesday
and leave for Camp Bainbridge,
Md. He was just graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High school.
He is given the rating of second
class pharmacist's mate.
Monday:
Discussion Group. 8 p. m.. Miami
Beach YM & YHA, Chaplain Carl I.
Miller.
Tuesday:
Choir rehearsal, 8 p. m., Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave.. Cantor Emanuel Barkan.
Wednesday:
Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. m. Mi-
ami Bench YM & YHA; Study Group.
"The Reconstructionlst 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.
Polnciana Hotel. 1555 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat,
refreshments served by hostesses
from the Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky,
Chapel No. 8, Boca Raton Field:
JWB Onee Shabbat, refresments
served by hostesses from the Miami
Bar-vice League.
.Saturday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. ra., Miami
Beach YM A WHA, refreshments
served by Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue ; Servicemen's dance, 8 p. m., Mi-
ami YM & YWHA. 1687 8. W. 6th
St.. refreshments served by Miami
Service League.
Sunday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. ra.. Miami
Beach Jewish Community Ceter, re-
freshments served by senior
hostesses.
HOWARD DAVIS HOME
ON 30 DAY FURLOUGH
Back home at 2903 S. W. First
Ave., Navy Aircrewman Howard
Warren Davis is spending a thirty
day furlough with his family Mr.
and Mrs. S. C. Davis.
Davis, who has been in the
Navy for two and one-halfyears,
took part in the invasion of the
Philippines. He also was in the
battle at Saipan, Tinian, Peleilus
and Angaur, in the Palau group,
during the last seven months in
the Pacific.
The fight with the Jap Navy
in the Philippines was the high
point in every Navy man's life,
Davis reported.
Fill Out This Coupon and Man To "WAR RECORDS." Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
Name__________
Home Address..
Birth Date____
-Serial No.
Street
____Birthplace.
City
State
Civilian Occupation.
Date Entry
In Service-
City State
.Marital Status,------
Bsanoh of Service--------------------
Full name of nearest Ida---------
Relationship-------------- Address
Information Transmitted Hf
Telephone number-------------------
Date
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Rank or Rating .
RELATIONS OFFICE
CITES C. ZWITMAN
CPL. MURRAY MILLER NOW
SATO MISSING IN ACTION
In a release from the Army
Public Relations office, the work
of Chaplain Zwitman at the Mon-
mouth and its subposts received
commendation.
Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman,
Fort Monmouth's Jewish Chap-
lain, recently officiated at the
massing of Congregational Serv-
ice Flags of the New York Fed-
eration of Reform Synagogues.
The dedication of the flags was
held in conjunction with the
Chanuka Festival at the Rodelph
Shalom Temple in New York un-
der the auspices of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
Chaplain Zwitman is on leave
of absence from Temple Israel of
Miami.
Chaplain Zwitman was also
very active in post affairs during
the recent holiday season. He
saw that gifts were provided for
men of the Jewish Faith who
were in the Regional Hospital
during the Jewish Festival of
Chanuka. He also arranged for
the distribution of Christmas
gifts to all men of the Christian
faith who were detained in the
post guard house. Major Lyman
G. White, Director of Security
and Intelligence Division, ex-
pressed his satisfaction at this,
stating: "This gesture by the
Chaplain (Zwitman) is a great
aid in the interfaith understand-
ing and is especially appreciated
since Christmas is not a religious
holiday for the Jewish Faith."
Chaplain Zwitman has been in
the forefront of the Fifth and
Sixth War Loan Drives, speak-
ing at a number of rallies in the
Fort Monmouth area.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Miller,
918 S. W. Fourth St., have been
informed by the War Department
that their son, Cpl. Murray Mil-
ler, 21, has been missing in ac-
tion in Germany since Dec. 21.
Cpl. Miller was attached to a
headquarters company in the
106th infantry division. He went
overseas in October and was sta-
tioned in England until Dec. 4,
when he was transferred to the
continent.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school, Cpl. Miller attended
the University of Florida for one
year. When he entered the service
in February, 1943, he was a stu-
dent at the Memphis College of
Optometry in Memphis, Tenn.
ARMY SERGEANT PRAISES
BEACH "Y" AND MIAMI ALSO
GERALD GHERTNER IS
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Mrs. Janice Ghertner, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I.
Magid, 1443 West Ave., Miami
Beach, has received word from
the War Department that her hus-
band, Gerald, was wounded in
the battle of Luxembourg on De-
cember 23 and is now in a hos-
pital in England.
WAVE GOLDMAN HAS
RECEIVED PROMOTION
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Goldman,
515 N. E. 26th Ter., have received
word that their daughter Gladys,
a WAVE stationed in Washing-
ton, D. C, has been promoted to
petty officer 1/c. She is a photo-
grapher specialist. Formerly con-
nected with Famous Studios as
an artist, she enlisted in Decem-
ber, 1942 with the first group to
leave Miami and received her
boot training at Cedar Falls,
Iowa.
Pfc. Robert L. Bloomberg,
graduate of Miami Senior High
and former University of Miami
student, is back home after tak-
ing part in the D-Day invasion
and the Battle of Normandy. A
veteran of 11 months overseas,
he is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Bloomberg,
561 W. Flagler St. He will report
to the West Coast following his
furlough. He has a brother serv-
ing in Italy. _____
After spending the night at
the Miami Beach YMHA service-
men's dormitory, and partaking
of a sumtuous breakfast served
by members of the B'nai B'rith
Women's Auxiliary the following
morning, Private Gene Prezioso,
of Spokane, Wash., commented
to Mrs. Anne Kauffmann, one of
the breakfast hostesses, "You
hear a lot of soldiers griping
about Miami Beach. Frankly, I
don't know why. If people can
treat a fellow the way you folks
did here at the YMHA, then these
gripers would think twice about
blowing their tops." Sergeant
Jack Kushner, who just returned
from 26 months in the China-
Burma-India theatre, expressed
similar sentiments. Nowhere,
Jack added, had he been given
such a welcome as he was given
here.
Recognizing the necessity for
meeting the critical overnight
housing accommodations for serv-
icemen, the Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, Sholem
Lodge and its Women's Auxiliary
of B'nai B'rith, and the Miami
Beach YM & WHA have joined
together to set up a dormitory at
the Miami Beach YM & WHA,
Collins Ave. and Lincoln Road.
For a nominal sum, servicemen
can stay over on Saturday nights,
and are served breakfast on Sun-
day mornings. The committee in
charge of arrangements include
Jack Marash, executive director
of the Miami Beach YM & WHA,
Harold Turk, president of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Mrs. Dorothy
Borenstein, president of the Wo-
men's Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith,
Mrs. Anna Kauffmann, chairman
of the war service committee of
the B'nai B'rith Women's Auxili-
ary, and Israel H. Mistovsky, ex-
ecutive secretary of the Greater
Miami Army-Navy Committee of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board.
The dormitory, which opened
last Saturday evening, January
13th, will be in operation every
Saturday. Twenty boys will be
accommodated. The charge will
be 50 cents, which includes break-
fast.
Pfc. Louis Sperber, 34,
Brooklyn. In Italy.
of
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19. 1945 +Jewish fttrkUan PAGE THREE 14 YEAR OLD BOY WILL|HIAS TOURIST BODY TO ADDRESS M.B. ZIONISTS BANQUET JANUARY 28 Norman R. Grutman, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg, 1100 14th St., Miami Beach, will arrive here for a visit next week. Norman, a high school student, is only 14 years old, but has already earned prominence for himself as an outstanding youth orator. He has addressed numerous mass meetings and public gatherings. December 16 he was chosen and served as chairman of the New York Daily Mirror Youth Forum in which 400 speakers participated. He speaks weekly over station WMCA in New York. While here, he will address a city-wide meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District on January 29 at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. %  %  : ARBEITER RING WILL PRESENT MASHA BENIA The People's Tourist Committee of Greater Miami for HIAS, through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, will hold their annual banquet Sunday, January 28, at the Victor Hotel with the cooperation of David Rosner operator of the hotel. The committee is made up of personalities in Jewish life from Greater Miami and all parts of the countryJoseph L. Tepper will act as chairman. MADAME KURENKO TO APPEAR IN CONCERT On February 4, the Arbeither Ring will present Masha Benia with a concert at the Miami Beach High School. Masha Benia is touring the southeast under the auspices of the Women's Circle South Eastern Dist. Committee. The proceeds go for the Lyceum Fund of the organization. Presented by the University of Miami, Mme. Maria Kurenko, soprano, will appear in concert at 4:30 p. m. Jan. 21 at the Miami Senior High school. Henry Gregor will be at the piano. Included on the program will be "Ici-bas" by the late Arnold Volpe and "Tears" by Franklin Harris. Compositions by Rachmaninoff, Debussy, Massenet and Gretchanioff are among other selections to be given. OMISSION Omitted last week from the list of officers chosen to head the Jewish Home for the Aged was Mrs. Benjamin Appel, corresponding secretary. BEACH "Y" RIPPLES %  N NO RACING! NO HORSES! NO DOGS! SO WHAT? "LIFE can still be interesting at the Chanticleer where lovers of good food can pick Seven Sure Winners from our New Orleans cuisine, and serve in the charm of one of the most unique dining room in Miami. Your first visit will convince you that I have the finest food in Florida. Your host SID LANE Cocktail Lounge Service from ~jke Gftmkelee/i Food Service from 5 P. M. to 12 to 12 ^WI*B^**PI^B^1SW1BWP1^ B *''' RESTAURANT 626 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-8770 ff?%**~ mmm***'* w*trfi WANTAGES of* IIX1IE F€EttAL MORTGAGE V LOW RAT *• • AfY PATMBKTI LON TIM* TO PAY PROMPT flRVlCB A HOM* INSTITUTION Deal With You^ VOCAL. FRIENDL* INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER $10,000,000 The Y Players, the YM & WHA Little Theater Group, who have successfully performed before civilian and service audiences during the past year, are getting started on their planned dramatic program for this year. At the present time, they are in the midst of rehearsals for a one act play, "Who Gets the Car Tonight," and a three act play, "Penny Wise." In addition to producing plays, the group is particularly concerned with studying all phases of the theater: acting, backstage work, directing, play reading, lighting and costuming. In order to do this job thoroughly, the group has divided itself into committees which delve into the rich lore of the theater. The two plays now in rehearsal are planned for an early presentation. However, there are still a few male parts which have to be cast. The "Y" Players invite young men interested in dramatics, who would like to prove their talent or learn stage work, to come to their meetings on Monday evenings at 8 o'clock at the YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln Road. Jack P. Barash. Executive Director, has arranged for Penny Kasper, popular actress and radio personality, to direct the group. YIVO REPRESENTATIVE TO ADDRESS BEACH Y On Sunday evening, January 21, Julius Fox, representative of YIVO, the Yiddish Scientfic Institute, will address the membership of the Beach Y at 8:30 p. m. In his talk, Mr. Fox will discuss in detail the function and scope of the institute in the field of scientific research. Mr. Fox's prescence in Miami Beach will afford the community an opportunity to learn at first hand what his organization is doing. YIVO receives a contribution from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Following his talk, Mr. Fox will remain for informal discussion with the aud ience. You can't quit now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! WOMEN SPONSORING MEETING ON MONDAY | Pioneer Women's Organization I of Greater Miami is sponsoring a | card party and Coffee Klatch i Monday evening, January 22, at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washingj ton Ave., Miami Beach. The entire proceeds of the affair will go to the Jewish National Fund. Mrs. Pearl Redman will act as chairman, assisted by members of the committee. The organization is the recipient of a thirty dollar contribution towards the JNF program, made possible by the efforts of Mr. and Mrs. S. Lefkowitz at a New Year's Eve party in their home. B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS IN MEETING AT BEACH Y The B'nai B'rith girls held their meeting January 11 at the Miami Beach "Y." Affairs for the year were discussed and members were elected to select committees. Reports were given by the Defense chairman and new work I such as Russian war relief kits were handed out by Harriet Feit. Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Carl | Weinkle attended this meeting. I The girls had their Sabbath this \ Sunday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. CIO LABOR LEADER TO BE AT MIAMI Y FORUM Charles Smolikoff labor leader and local representative of the CIO, will be the guest speaker at the Miami 'Y" Forum Group next Wednesday evening, January 24, at the Miami "Y" auditorium at 8:15 o'clock. The topic will be. "The Future of Labor in America." Harry Gerstein, chairman, will preside. 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FRIDAY. JANUARY 19. 1945 fJewlsti nor Mian 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 Service FK ^ r\ r\ r\ r* r\ SERVICE I *r n PARADE! / T 4 Stanton Halpert. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Halpert, 1761 S. "W. 15th St., is spending a 21-day furlough with his parents here after 32 months of service with the U. S. Army Signal Corps in the Pacific. Following his stay he will report to a Miami Beach Redistribution Center. WAC Esther Levy, of Miami Beach, is now convalescing from an illness at Greensboro, N. C. Before entering the service. Miss Levy was extremely active with the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and took a leading part in all USO and Army-Navy war work activities. Pvt. Sylvia F. Herts of Miami Beach, recent enlistee in the WACc, is now taking basic training at the third WAC training center, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. Her brother, Pfc. Arthur A. Fischer, a recent graduate of the ASTP course sponsored by the army, is now stationed in Warrenton, Pa. Parents of the two soldiers are Mr. and Mrs. S. Fischer of 745 Alton Road. I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S CALENDAR David Sacher, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sacher, 437 30th St., is spending a three weeks visit with his parents after serving the past seven months with the fleet between the U. S. and England. Among 10 Florida men who have returned from overseas and I are now awaiting reassignment at Army Air Forces Redistribution station No. 2 in Miami Beach is Second Lt. Leonard Klaskow. 23, of 28 Collins Ave., a night fighter operator who flew 30 missions during 13 months in the Pacific. His father, Louis Klaskow lives at the same address. Capt. Nathan Ginsburg has returned to his post at Harve. Neb., after spending a 10-day leave with his wife and son, Steven Robert, born January 1. Mrs. Ginsburg is the former Charlotte Frishman of this city. Robert Louis Glasser. 17. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Glasser, 1045 Pennsylvania Ave., has enlisted in the U. S. navy. He will be sworn in next Tuesday and leave for Camp Bainbridge, Md. He was just graduated from Miami Beach Senior High school. He is given the rating of second class pharmacist's mate. Monday: Discussion Group. 8 p. m.. Miami Beach YM & YHA, Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Tuesday: Choir rehearsal, 8 p. m., Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Cantor Emanuel Barkan. Wednesday: Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. m. Miami Bench YM & YHA; Study Group. "The Reconstructionlst 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. Polnciana Hotel. 1555 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat, refreshments served by hostesses from the Miami Beach Service League; Chaplain Meyer Meremlnsky, Chap el No. 8, Boca Raton Field: JWB Onee Shabbat, refresments served by hostesses from the Miami Bar-vice League. .Saturday: Servicemen's Da nce. 8 p. ra., Miami Beach YM A WHA, refreshments served by Miami Beach Service League ; Servicemen's dance, 8 p. m., Miami YM & YWHA. 1687 8. W. 6th St.. refreshments served by Miami Service League. Sunday: Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. ra.. Miami Beach Jewish Community Ceter, refreshments served by senior hostesses. HOWARD DAVIS HOME ON 30 DAY FURLOUGH Back home at 2903 S. W. First Ave., Navy Aircrewman Howard Warren Davis is spending a thirty day furlough with his family Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Davis. Davis, who has been in the Navy for two and one-halfyears, took part in the invasion of the Philippines. He also was in the battle at Saipan, Tinian, Peleilus and Angaur, in the Palau group, during the last seven months in the Pacific. The fight with the Jap Navy in the Philippines was the high point in every Navy man's life, Davis reported. Fill Out This Coupon and Man To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida Name Home Address.. Birth Date -Serial No. Street Birthplace. City State Civilian Occupation. Date Entry In ServiceCity State .Marital Status—, Bsanoh of Service Full name of nearest Ida Relationship Address Information Transmitted Hf— Telephone number Date -Discharged — Rank or Rating RELATIONS OFFICE CITES C. ZWITMAN CPL. MURRAY MILLER NOW SATO MISSING IN ACTION In a release from the Army Public Relations office, the work of Chaplain Zwitman at the Monmouth and its subposts received commendation. Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman, Fort Monmouth's Jewish Chaplain, recently officiated at the massing of Congregational Service Flags of the New York Federation of Reform Synagogues. The dedication of the flags was held in conjunction with the Chanuka Festival at the Rodelph Shalom Temple in New York under the auspices of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Chaplain Zwitman is on leave of absence from Temple Israel of Miami. Chaplain Zwitman was also very active in post affairs during the recent holiday season. He saw that gifts were provided for men of the Jewish Faith who were in the Regional Hospital during the Jewish Festival of Chanuka. He also arranged for the distribution of Christmas gifts to all men of the Christian faith who were detained in the post guard house. Major Lyman G. White, Director of Security and Intelligence Division, expressed his satisfaction at this, stating: "This gesture by the Chaplain (Zwitman) is a great aid in the interfaith understanding and is especially appreciated since Christmas is not a religious holiday for the Jewish Faith." Chaplain Zwitman has been in the forefront of the Fifth and Sixth War Loan Drives, speaking at a number of rallies in the Fort Monmouth area. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Miller, 918 S. W. Fourth St., have been informed by the War Department that their son, Cpl. Murray Miller, 21, has been missing in action in Germany since Dec. 21. Cpl. Miller was attached to a headquarters company in the 106th infantry division. He went overseas in October and was stationed in England until Dec. 4, when he was transferred to the continent. A graduate of Miami Senior High school, Cpl. Miller attended the University of Florida for one year. When he entered the service in February, 1943, he was a student at the Memphis College of Optometry in Memphis, Tenn. ARMY SERGEANT PRAISES BEACH "Y" AND MIAMI ALSO GERALD GHERTNER IS WOUNDED IN ACTION Mrs. Janice Ghertner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid, 1443 West Ave., Miami Beach, has received word from the War Department that her husband, Gerald, was wounded in the battle of Luxembourg on December 23 and is now in a hospital in England. WAVE GOLDMAN HAS RECEIVED PROMOTION Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Goldman, 515 N. E. 26th Ter., have received word that their daughter Gladys, a WAVE stationed in Washington, D. C, has been promoted to petty officer 1/c. She is a photographer specialist. Formerly connected with Famous Studios as an artist, she enlisted in December, 1942 with the first group to leave Miami and received her boot training at Cedar Falls, Iowa. Pfc. Robert L. Bloomberg, graduate of Miami Senior High and former University of Miami student, is back home after taking part in the D-Day invasion and the Battle of Normandy. A veteran of 11 months overseas, he is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bloomberg, 561 W. Flagler St. He will report to the West Coast following his furlough. He has a brother serving in Italy. After spending the night at the Miami Beach YMHA servicemen's dormitory, and partaking of a sumtuous breakfast served by members of the B'nai B'rith Women's Auxiliary the following morning, Private Gene Prezioso, of Spokane, Wash., commented to Mrs. Anne Kauffmann, one of the breakfast hostesses, "You hear a lot of soldiers griping about Miami Beach. Frankly, I don't know why. If people can treat a fellow the way you folks did here at the YMHA, then these gripers would think twice about blowing their tops." Sergeant Jack Kushner, who just returned from 26 months in the ChinaBurma-India theatre, expressed similar sentiments. Nowhere, Jack added, had he been given such a welcome as he was given here. Recognizing the necessity for meeting the critical overnight housing accommodations for servicemen, the Greater Miami ArmyNavy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board, Sholem Lodge and its Women's Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith, and the Miami Beach YM & WHA have joined together to set up a dormitory at the Miami Beach YM & WHA, Collins Ave. and Lincoln Road. For a nominal sum, servicemen can stay over on Saturday nights, and are served breakfast on Sunday mornings. The committee in charge of arrangements include Jack Marash, executive director of the Miami Beach YM & WHA, Harold Turk, president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein, president of the Women's Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith, Mrs. Anna Kauffmann, chairman of the war service committee of the B'nai B'rith Women's Auxiliary, and Israel H. Mistovsky, executive secretary of the Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. The dormitory, which opened last Saturday evening, January 13th, will be in operation every Saturday. Twenty boys will be accommodated. The charge will be 50 cents, which includes breakfast. Pfc. Louis Sperber, 34, Brooklyn. In Italy. of GREEN LANTERN RESTAURANT Food For the Best PRIVATE DINING ROOMS Visit Our Winery Lounge 345 ALCAZAR AVE. PHONE 4-6225 CORAL GABLES 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 for REST CONVALESCENCE .ndCHRONICCASEfl -RqyPark e aIth Resort RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Ave.. Miami Reach In NcwYsrkQthSi eAmsteidajnAvt. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CAJ1I.LAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT Buy War Bonos and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. 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^wii^lbJEIliDipidliiayn ^^^.THE JEWISH UNlfy ami THE IFWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 18—NUMBER 3 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS Plans Nearing Completion For Federation Fund Drive $305,182.59 will be the 1945 campaign goal of the'Greater Miami Jewish Federation. This sum was announced by the board of directors when it approved the budget for the ensuing year at a recent meeting. Max Orovitz, chairman of the budget committee, in making public this figure stated that not only has the work of the local agencies • grown and expanded, requiring more money, but the overseas needs have tripled in the past year. April 8-22 are the dates set for this year's campaign. They were arrived at, after taking into consideration the War Chest and Red Cross drives. Members of the Speaker's Division will appear before organizations throughout the area in the near future in an appeal for 1,000 volunteer workers that will be necessary to cover the area in the general campaign. Monte Selig, President of Fedto give this year as they have never given before." Other people appointed by the Campaign Planning Committee under the chairmanship of Jacob Sher, include: Campaign director: Joseph Rose; treasurer: Dr. Frank Coret; honorary vice-chairmen: Lt. Col. Elry Stone. Major Mitchell Wolfson, Capt. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Chaplain Colman A. Zwitman; initial gift division: co-chairmen, Sam Blank and Jacob Sher; special gift division: co-chairmen, Stanley C. Myers and Carl Weinkle; advance gift division: coeration, announced the appoint\ chairmen, Herbert E. Scher and ment of George Chertkof as David Phillips; trades division: chairman of the 1945 campaign. | co-chairmen, William Singer and In accepting the chairmanship, ] Joseph Stein; men's division: coMr. Chertkof stated: "It is only' chairmen, George Bertman and because I know that I can count Milton Friedman; new gifts dion the eager support and active vision: Monte Selig and Benjamin participation of every member! E. Bronston; speakers' division: of this community that I have agreed to accept this duty. When I think of how the lives of thousco-chairmen, Rabbi Irving Lahrman and Rabbi Max Shapiro; publicity: Fred Shochct; flying ands of Jews depend upon what j squad: Abe Kurman, M. J. Kopelwe do this year in Miami and I owitz, Benjamin Meyers. Max Miami Beach, I am almost overwhelmed with the terrible responsibility ipvolved, but since | our goal is almost twice as large [ as last year's goal and since the J needs are inexpressably greater, I know that I can expect people Orovitz and Morton Russack; office volunteers: Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Additional appointments are in the process of being made and will be announced in the very near future. iJames G. McDonald Will Address Miamians Tuesday, January 23rd James G. McDonald will address an open meeting under the sponsorship of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at the Miami each Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid ve., on Tuesday, January 23, t 8 p. m. Mr. McDonald, who ill address the meeting on the topic, "What Will Happen To Refugees In The Post-War World," speaks with the highest authority. For many years he was League of Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and more recently he has been chairman of the President's Advisory Commission on Political Refugees. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, who will introduce Mr. McDonald, states that Mr. McDonald is one of the most forceful and best informed speakers he has ever heard. Rabbi Lehrman added that Mr. McDonald's coming to Greater Miami is a tribute to the growth and importance of our Jewish community. He has been a professor in political science at Harvard. RadI cliffe and Indiana Universities. I He has been chairman of the Board of Directors of the Foreign Policy Association, a member of the editorial staff of the New York Times, president of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, and a member of the board of directors of the National Advisory Council on Radio and Education. He is a news analyst, as well as advisor on post-war relations to the Blue Network. In 1933 Mr. McDonald received the Town Hall Club annual award of honor conferred upon the New York citizen deemed to have done most for the community. He has also received the American Hebrew medal for promotion of better understanding between Christians and Jews in America. The meeting will also mark the first appearance of the Bialik Singing Society. This group, which has been organized by A. P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, has been in existence several months. It started under the cooperative planning of the Bureau of Jewish Education and the Y.M.H.A.s of Miami and Miami Beach, and with the additional assistance of Chaplain Saul Kraft. The Bialik Singing Society will present a brief program of Palestinian songs in honor of Mr. McDonald's visit to the community. GEORGE CHERTKOF Chairman of 1945 Campaign Washington (JTA)—The Palestine Resolution which has been a center of controversy in Zionist and non-Zionist circles for the past few months, was re-introduced in the House of Representatives by Rep. James P Geelan. Connecticut, Democrat. Although official Zionist circles here refused to comment on the bill, pending a meeting of the American Zionist Emergency Council, it is not thought likely that they will press for action until the State Department reconsiders its opposition. The Geelan bill is identical with the measure Introduced in the 78th Congress by Rep. Ranulf Compton, whom Geelan defeated. NEED IS GREATER THAN FORMERLY FOR WAR CHEST "Give more this year because the need is greater" became a Community War Chest slogan full of meaning this week as first reports from the 2,000 volunteer workers well toward the quarter mark of the $685,000 goal. Many substantial increases were shown in the reports of 1t\e division leaders and General Chairman James I. Keller said it was an indication of a successful appeal. "We know that the people of Dade County are willing to share in the responsibility," Keller said. "Our job is to see enough people and give them an opportunity to contribute. If we do this, our campaign will be a complete success." The Community War Chest is the united financial appeal for agencies that do a complete job of human service. The 23 local agencies provide care for children, young people, families and soldiers stationed in this area. The war-related agencies give service to troops in camp and combat zones through USO and War Prisoners Aid and to the sick and homeless in allied lands. "It is a total job that calls for a total response on the part of the community," Keller said. "We know the needs are increasing as the war effort mounts. This is our way of doing our share." The appeal continues through January 26. with report meetings each Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12:15 at the Miami Woman's Club. Tel Aviv (JTA)—Parents and wives of many of the 279 Jewish terrorist suspects who were deported to a British internment camp in Eritrea this week stormed the offices of the municipality and of the local Jewish community council, demanding urgent action to secure adequate food for the deportees. They displayed letters from the interned men declaring that they have proclaimed a hunger strike because of the poor food. COMMITTEE OF LABOR WITHDRAWS FROM AJC New York (JTA)—The Jewish Labor Committee revealed officially this week that it has withdrawn from the American Jewish Conference because of the admission to the conference of the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order, which, the Labor Committee charged, is a Communist organization. In a pamphlet issued to its members, the labor group stated that the Communists have attempted to demoralize Jewish labor organizations and injured Jewish interests. It indicated that it was willing to rejoin the conference if the Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order were ousted. Receiving 'Bank Dedicated at M. TERRORISTS SAY THE! MURDERED In a tense courtroom jammed with policemen and soldiers Ephraim Ben Zuri and Eliahu Khakim, Palestine terrorists, admitted this week that they had murdered Lord Moyne. British Minister of State in the Middle East, and pleaded guilty also to charges of killing Moyne's chauffeur and possessing illegal explosive. Both of the boyish-looking defendants appeared extremely calm as they sat in the prisoners box surrounded by guards, and heard the prosecutor demand the death penalty. The case is being heard by a five-man military court. First move by the defense was < to demand that the case be trans-, ferred to a civil court. Under [ Egyptian law, decisions of a civil j court may be appealed, but not those of a military tribunal. The | defense attorneys—two Egyptians j and a Briton—argued that the murder of Lord Moyne was a civil and not a military defense, j The change in venue was de-1 nied by the court at the request of the prosecutor who said that while the assassination of Movne and his driver might be civil offenses, the possession of illegal explosives and the charge of at-1 tempting to kill a constable came. within military jurisdiction, and, | therefore, it would not be feasible j to divide the proceedings. Sponsored by B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge, the Miami Beach Receiving Station for the Blood Bank of Dade County was dedicated Wednesday morning, January 18, at 13th St. and Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Proceedings started with a parade led by the Army Ground and Service Forces band. Charles Clements, president of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, presided. The invocation was delivered by Chaplain Floyd M. Patterson, AF&SF. Addresses were given by Mayor John Levi, and Val C. Cleary, county commissioner. Harold Turk, president of B'nai B'rith, expressed his appreciation to the presidents of civic and social organizations participating in the program, including Harvey Seeds post American Legion, the Jewish War Veterans, and representatives from the Blood Donors Council. Pvt. James L. Peterson, a returnee wearing the Purple Heart award for injuries sustained in France, and whose life was saved by a blood transfusion, told of his experience and his gratitude for having received transfusions, made possible by blood donors. Jack Cleary, chairman of the Dade County Blood Bank, presented the B'nai B'rith merit award to Morris Weiss, S. J. Halpenn, and Mrs. Ruth Fleming, all of whom donated blood three times since June 15th. Following the benediction by Chaplain Carl I. Miller, AG& SF, 60 people, out of about 250 present, became blood donors at the permanent Miami Beach receiving station at Morris Brothers Department Store, opposite the scene of the dedication. Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein, president of B'nai B'rith Auxiliary, and a committee headed by Mrs. J. Goldman, is in charge of interviewing and clerical details of the Blood Bank station. Refreshments for blood donors will also be served by members of the Auxiliary committee. The establishment of the station was brought about through the efforts of Rudy R. Adler. Miami Beach chairman of the B'nai B'rith Blood Bank committee. National Children's Cardiac Home Free of Debt Due to Generous Gift The National Children's Cardiac home today was debt-free and in possession of a check for $15,000 with which to construct a recreation building on the home's property at W. Flagler and 42nd St. A $6,000 mortgage was burned at a jamboree for the home Sunday at the Club Bali, ending indebtedness incurred when the home was built in 1940 at a cost of $26,000. Present value of the physical plant now is approximately $60,000. The $15,000 check was presented the home at the party by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen of New York, who stipulated it was to be used in construction of the recreation home which they said they would equip and maintain through their lifetime. NEW MINISTER ARRIVES IN THE, MIDD LE EAST Jerusalem (JTA)—Sir Edward Grigg, new British Minister of State in the Middle East, arrived here this week to confer with High Commissioner Lord Gort. It is understood that they will discuss recent political developments and the situation created by the activities of Jewish terrorists. The gift, they said, was in memory of their son, Melvin, a victim of rheumatic heart disease. The home now provides 45 free beds to children mostly ill with rheumatic fever. It is supported by a national organization founded in Miami in 193S. Dr. M. A. Kugel and Dr. Max Dobrin, medical directors, head a staff of 16 physicians who tend the children. The home now contains a research laboratory. TURKEY CONTINUES TO ISSUE PASSPORT VISAS New York (JTA)—The local office of the Jewish Agency for Palestine denied reports that Turkey has refused to grant transit visas to emigrants from the Balkans entering Palestine. 'The Turkish Government is continuing to grant transit to all Immigrants who have Palestine certificates," the Agency said. "Under the new quota of 11,000 certificates, 1,500 a month were allowed to come in. As this number was exhausted last month, the Turkish Government stopped giving transit visas to immigrants who arrived. In the meantime, the British Government has resumed the issuing of certificates and the Turkish authorities have resumed granting the necessary transit visas."



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1945 AUXILIARY PRESIDENT NAMES CO MMITTEE Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein, president of B'nai B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary, announces the appointment of the committee chairmen for the ensuing year. Chosen were Mrs. Benjamin Landau, Hillel chairman; Mrs. Dema Goldman and Mrs. Ida Optner, war service chairmen; Mrs. Jack Fein and Mrs. Bell Bermann, ways and means; Mrs. Ann Kaufman and Mrs. Jean Silverman, membership; Mrs. Harold Turk, programs; Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, hospitality; Mrs. A. Lavous. remembrance; Mrs. Arthur Treister, decorations; Mrs. W. Kovner, refreshments; Mrs. Sam Silver and Mrs. Milton Friedman, tickets, and Miss Jeanette Teller, telephone chairman. Mrs. Silver and Mrs. Friedman announce that some scats are still available for the Copa Cabana affair January 30. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Jack Fein, 5-7100; Mrs. Sam Silver, 9-1285; or Mrs. Milton Friedman, 2-2304. *>ewhihfk>rl(§iar PAGE FIVE LAUDERDALE SERVICES Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, will hold regular Friday evening services at 8 p. m. Rabbi Samuel H. Baron will discuss the book "Chornicle of an American Crusader," the story of the rabbi | as civic leader. PHILIP STEIR Wishes to announce to hi* host of friends that ho now owns and operate* the Blackstone Pharmacy at 850 Washington ATU Miami Boach Phone 5-492S Ho will carry a full lino of Parke fc Davis, Lilly. Squibb, Lodorlo. Abbott and Upjohn Vitamin* aad dispensing medicines. Associated with him in the Rx department is JACK LEON JABLO a graduate of tho Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy. A pharmacist with 12 years of experience VISIT OUR MODERN SODA FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE PHILIP STEIR AND J. JAY SEGAL Owners m HEADACHE IS SUCH A BIG LITTLE THING A LL SET for a good full day's work when a nagging beadache sneaks up on you. You suffer and so does your.work. a •Read*for an evening of relaxation and enjoyment — a pesky headache interferes with your fan, rest, enjoyment or relaxation. DR. MILES Anti-Pain Pills usually relieve not only Headache, But Simple Neuralgia, Muscular Pains and Functional Monthly Pains. Do you use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills? If not why not? You can Set Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at your drug store in the regular package for only a penny apiece and in the economy package even cheaper. Why not get a package today? Your druggist has them. Read directions and use only as directed. Your money back if you •TO not satisfied. HOME FOR AGED JEWS HAS BOARD MEETING A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Home for the Aged was l>eld Monday evening at 8 p. m. at the home of Isidore Goldberg, 1719 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Meyer H. Frankel presided in the absence of the president, Alfred B. Rosenstein, Rabbi Irving Ehrman discussed the spiritual aspects of a home for the aged. Details were arranged for an early occupancy of the property purchased for the home, and committees were appointed. Office space for the transaction of all business pertaining to the project has been procured at 705 5th St., Miami Beach. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. I. Cohen, 1876 S. W. 10th St., Miami, next Monday evening. GABLES YOUTH IS ON STAFF OF PUBLICATION Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mann. 536 Altara Ave., Coral Gables, have received word of the election of their son, Ronald, to the business staff of the Cornell University monthly magazine, the "Cornell Engineer." Ronald was graduated from the Ponce de Leon High School last June, was one of four out of ten selected for the job. NEW DIRECTOR OF ADL ASSUMES DUTIES HERE With the departure of Alexander F. Miller for Atlanta, where he will take up the duties as Director of the Southeastern Regional Office of the ADL. George J. Talianoff has assumed Directorship of the Miami office. Associated with Mr. Miller in the Florida Regional Office since June, 1944, Mr. Talianoff, an attorney and public relations counsellor, was formerly connected with the New York office of the League. It is expected that an assistant to Mr. Talianoff will arive within a short time so that the local program might be carried on without diminution. COMEDIENNE WILL BE NEXT IN "Y" SERIES The Inter-Y Cultural Committee will feature Molly Picon, nationally known comedienne, as the next outstanding presentation of its concert and lecture serres. She will be heard on February 11 at the Miami Beach Senior High School, 1420 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the anderslgned, desiring to engage In baslneee under the fictitious name of PLYMOUTH POULTRY CO., of Miami. Florida, Intend to resistor the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAX GOLDMAN JACK PENN Owners. 1/6-12-1S-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Is engaged In business under the fictitious name of STANDARD MERCANTILE CO.. 708 W. Flagier Street, Miami. Florida, and Intend to register the said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. HARRY GREENBERG HENRY GREENBERG 12/29 1/6-12-19-26 The going is getting toucher. London Arms Hotel 727 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Finest Kosher Cuisine Open to the Public Phone 5-1264 Mads From Fresh Oranges LIQUID ROACH TRAP "V / Keeps the home free \y from every size and V^. Mk~ variety of Roach. "NSJl Guaranteed /". %  TV No poison—No Muss ^I^Hl At YOUR DRUG STORE J W ^ or two postpaid $1.00. Roach Trap Co., Ft. Smith. Ark. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m business under the fictitious name of WOOBY'S RESTAURANT at 1309 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK EISENSTAT FRANK S. KAGAN MURRAY DOUCHKESS DIANA COOI'ERSMITH Attorney for applicants. 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TICONA MERCANTILE CO. at 343 8. W. N. River Dr.. Miami. Fla. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY TISCHLER KATE TISCHLER SILVER KAPLAN A DIETZ Attorneys for Applicants 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripure Wa tcr DELIVERED TC V0UP HOME s-GALlON BOTT^f fcOc CASE OF SIX T 4BLE BOTTLES lit Plus Bottlf DPDOIII PHONE 2-4128 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HELENE MOTEL, at 1030 16th Street. Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE COHEN MYERS & HEIMAN Attorney* for Applicant. 1/12-19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE LAWRENCE APARTMENTS al 54$ N. E. 8Snd Street, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LAWRENCE FRIEDMAN FRANCES Kit I El i.MAN MYERS A 11 HI MAN Attorneys for applicants 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious suit of MAGIC CITY BOTTLE AND SWFPLY at 223 Northwest 27th Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ISAAC EMMER 1SIDOR BERKOWITZ MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants 12/29 1/6-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of The Standard Detective Bureau at 34 W. Flagier St., Suite 9-10, Wayne Ill.li,, Miami 32, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY MILLER 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MAGIC CITY BOTTLE AND SUPPLY, at 222 Northwest 27th Street. Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ISAAC EMMER MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant. 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 38767 Notice is hereby given that Horace K. Hays holder of Everglades Drainage District Tax Certificate Numbered 9240, dated the 1st day of June. A.D. 1942. has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County. Florida, to-wit: Lots 1 & 2. Block 1, Amended Plat of Granada Place, a Resub.. Plat Book 13, Page 51. In the County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was In the name of Jennie V. S. Robertson. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the 21st day of February. A.D. 1945. Dated this 17th day of January, A. D. 1945. E. B. LEATHERN!AN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By L M. JOHNSON D. C. 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 —Buy War Bonds Today — NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX DEED Chapter 17467—Acts of 1836 File A 8667 NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVHlJ that Joseph Stern holder of State and County Tax Certificate No. (113 issued the 5th day of June, A.D. 19*9. has filed same In my office, and ku 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 Mskvri South. Plat Book B, Page 41. ha the County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the name of Louis Lelffer. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described therein will he sold to the highest bidder at the Court Hi.use door on the first Monday la the month of February, 1946, wkieh is the 6th day of February. ]4*. dated this 27th day of December. 1844. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By L. M. JOHNSON, D. S. 12/29 1/5-12-19 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—IN PROBATE. No. 15745. In Re: ESTATE OF DESMOND B. HAYS. A/K/A DE8 HAYS Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which yon, 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. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office la the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn t and presented as aforesaid, or saps will be barred. See Section 124) of the 1933 Probate Act. Date January 2, A.D. 1946. MIRIAM MANE HAYS As Executrix of the I.est Will and Testament of DESMOND B. HAYS. A/K/A DES HAYS. Deceased. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Executrix. 1/12-19-26 2/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flcltltlous name of JACK RICHARD DISTRIBUTING CO.. 46 N. W. 1st Street. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register the said name wits. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. S. LANDY SILVER, KAPLAN & DIETZ. Attorneys for Applicants 1/12-19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Is engaged In business under the fictitious name of JOHNSTETT FUR MFG.. 107 N. S 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, and Intend to register the said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NAT STETTNER PETER JOHNIDE8 1/12-19-26 2/2-$ WHAT YOU GET OUT OF LIFE csemtwww. DEPENDS ON WHAT YOU PUT INTO IT %w^^ today we put every effort into winning the war so that tomorrow we can enjoy the kind of a world we know how to build. We help win today and help build our own tomorrow with every war bond we buy wax bonds that will return $4 for •very $3 invested. Tomorrow's world the electronic age is rich with promise but how well that promise will be realized depends on how well we prepare today. risiiM FOl rOMFANY



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PAGE FOUR FRIDAY. JANUARY 19. 1945 The Jewish Floridian %  1-* ~r.:iur.dr *.t Art i. Stares .*• r= y— £ SBOCJ M lHf .----:-.-"• Ye*-*, tt* -* Vtau >:^ -. %  l! 1 HOUR FLOOR SHOW FEATURE OF Y DANCE A zr.i ':--— % %  -"-*' -^ V-W71".".--.". ST. i thi u n-a* p JP •' %  -' % %  will be "' '•'•'-HDBITS PBOM BVTOYWBEM MicU^ QotvfiderUiai _B T PHINEAS I. BIRON next Sunday APPRECIATED UNDERSTANDING rvenii i % %  it 8 c %  --::•-. -• ; '%  •' take H the P -: Hal; ti a! %  :-.. .V *. I4ti St Bt 01 • %  z i: '. %  v %  prises are in I re %  .: '. :: %  eve: m : %  %  ;: we PALESTINE IS PRIMARY HOPE OF REFUGEES er ner/5 I =x = friend :: ."r^e V.zzz: -**\fi^* -— —. rute .3 0 W* r.e :s BM honest He wrrs r.:r.ert to i_s cwr. ruir. when a rule of lip serr.ee would h~e s-rrred hia r:~ bitter ie-rrrLiec Lr.:oler] 7TB a ir.er.ri r.: Jacob Kaplan Dr. Kaplan is a 'ew. His *cul is pure cud h_s _ie ur.se Irish. He suffers cr. rrros3 wits DM eradqf c: BOOB mas and his '.:ve hold* -0 man out. He is a rrrec: —nr. end "ew. I have known >ws arrocrr.: with pride Jews cringing' in comers Jews =-*-:_er. with raccew Jews *.errifieewise? B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN ALECTEMPLETONTO BE HOLD BEACH BANQUET HEARD HERE JAN. 23 Alec Tempteton blind r.ir;=: performi :.-.:January 23 at '.:,. Wh:te Temple auditonum ----•p ._...%  %  by the %  • 1 1 the American J : --play from da -.. The pi f tnu roncert will be use ..-..L maintain :.:.zz-.: -: %  : --'' 1 not be shui --:-;--%  for servicemen I -' : : -•'-project! m iu Kort ^r:^ri;r. ar.u ..;.. f : ; ar.d ;i %  ': home to V : %  : JTA — E %  : :•: in. fui .r.e ::r.:._;-. eeescapably from of twenty-f: 1 :.. '• rr~.r:.vr.';. ies msa r :.r-:-:" and from real %  ::' the world situati a : Q PaJ tine, and nly there. .;-. the masj of Jewish refug • r.:ee %: be %  *" %  :-!:irr.e ir.i *.: re assisted : integrate thems ^ :re life .: the community,' Mr McDonald a.i Only in ?i.ri:.r; -^.h most .:' them feel that they have rerurr.ed home." TENNIS TOURNEY WILL BE HELD AT M. BEACH Y Under the sponsorship cf the Miami Beach YM Ac WHA. i Lincoln ?..ai the second annual Greater Miami Open Table Ten-' nil -rarrer.:. will •/. YM i: WHA on Sunday February 4. :-4r_ Ihe fal le Tennis Tourn mmence at '.0 a. m. and %  • day.' :. : ill be %  %  nki ir • % %  btaii Beach YM 8t WHA, I Lin. %  %  R the nil ling is ODCC from # 8 to 10 1 m. The '" %  r.; must be in a, 1 bef re January 28. The entry j fee :' is 50c and free: men and women in the service. I rhe .r,: i nj t ai'a tics banquet of the B'nai B'nta Young W of Sholem Lodge e Sunday January 14 i-. the Geone Washingi a Hotel Miami E The % ik.n f the evenn *i; Rabbi Max Shapii Mrs, 1 5 r fixiated at the ms ta .i at i o c and tailed the new pfficen A I = said by Mi : %  ,. ; tr.e sponsor of 1 .-. E *oe courst f 1 ...j a M I at B'nai =.:.:.-. pin (%  -Mi Ett .. I : ^v •' % % %  %  -'/ Ihe ne p: Mrs. Jack Rosen %  introduced Tr.^ toastmistreai of the evening wai Miss S.-: Berger The next ng will take place January 23 at 8 p m. at YM U WHA, 1 Lincoji Road. Mian.. Bea:r_ B'NAI B'RITrL LADIES TO INSTALL JOINTLY Sholetn Lodge, B'nai B'ritta and its auxiliary wnU hold a joint installation Sunday evening January 28. at Lou Walter s Terrace, 23rd and Collins. Miami Beach. Tne committee is now acceotmg reservations at the B'nai B'ritB ocice. A prominent speaker is being' secured for the occasion, and in addition to the installation cer*"i 011 1 "the corr,p:e-.e floor show ol tee Terrace will be presented that evening. The entire dub has been turned over to B'nai B nth Icr the occasion. PYTHIAN SISTERS WILL MEET NEXT TUESDAY Miami Beach Temple N'o. 43, Pythian Sisters will hold their rt g Jar meeting at 617 Col* -.-'-A'.---. ..-. Tuesday evening. January 23. at 330 p. m. A social hour celebrating the birthdays of the mm:n will follow ::.-J meeting. %  --' en of 1 : = v need nationality and in 'r.-. y~ir. ricketi for the Ale: Templetoi %  • %  --i.-.^e :.-;$i.5o t 0 $3.50 :' "'-'be >btained a: Bure.n-'s Kicnards, r.ee CTOH Drug Store %  dept Walgreen 1 op-1 posite O.ycr.pia theatre, Philpttt"! JIUSIC store m Miami, and at' Saits Fifth Ave. Lincoln Ri. E tr.canto store in Roney Plaza hotel. Miami Beach Radio. 1219 -1r.c0.nR-.ad. Eddies News and Stuff, 4 iS t St.. Morris Bros.. ajte%5 ci Ve -S d f 8 "*" 4 '*. noaa 5er.-icerr.en s tickets =re specia..;.pr.ced at $1.50 and ..eadquaners are at Dr. A. Harr.pSSM. Langfcrd Bld *^ h0Q e SISTERHOOD TO HOLD BI-MONTHLY MEETING iof Beth Sho'.om : % %  • %  b Id it! monthly binrty at 761 41st St. on Sung J in 21 a: 8 p. m. ra feature of the evening award of :ne elabor. : i pated by Mrs. A. %  • -:: Refreshments will be served y Mrs. Jack Schai • • = --"• '-'bingo, and her ccmmittee. Arbeiter Ring Er. 652 will have as its speaker Joseph Duntov **o will lecture on 'War Problems" Sunday a: 8 p. m. at the workmens Circle Lyceum. 25 Washington Ave. Post caros were mailed to Miami Beacn registered veers. :n-! forming them they must re-regi-1 s.er under the new city registrai non1. Plan before they will be' SecttS l Vote agam ta c ^'>^WKeffgg^iS! stereo under the permanent regWIOD TO HAVE NEW RADIO PROGRAM SOON ; .r; v-'-'-ng Sunday. January 21. WIOD wul join with other radio %  -a.i-.ns_ tnroughout the country -r. rroaacasting the coast-to-coast ^'t-y "dip program known as Tne Eternal Light over the NBC network. The program may be heara locally from 11 to 11:30 • '7*'* ^""--l Light" program J : drawn .from the rxh storehouse of Jewisn literature, history and S2£L. a designed to show Juda^m as a moral force in imE?r^a V^"? 0i hlst0 ^"The tternal Light,' inaugurated bv ne Jewish Theological Seminar? 0 America, is supervised b y a %  ^^A ZrJr '-'^ o f ;he lea di"K -a> and rabpinica represe^taUves; of aU branches of SSwr? m the United States. _Tre sub-title of the series, now JEWISH NEWS Yes, it's true that King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia has ; oined forces with the ruler of Iraq as the •peaxbexid of Arab anb-Zionift action—and that with the blessing of the British Colonial Ottce Anne O'Haie McCormick. New York Times correspondent now in Jerusalem, wrote a story for her paper cbout the "forgotten ally," meaning the Jews Her editor, however, changed the phrase to "forgotten partners"—beccuse the Times doesn't like Pierre van Paassen's book "The Forjotten Ally" ... In this country the Zionist split is widening .'. The supporters of Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver are carolling all their forces within the Zionist Organization, and are right now setting the stage for the 1945 convention THERE AND HERE Our bal is ofl to a Dutch woman, a shopkeeper, of Maastricht Holland Early in the war she took into her home two Jewish children whose parents had been deported to Poland ... To avoid discovery of her kind deed she dyed the youngsters' heir a bright buttery yellow for four years, and thus pre%  rpture by the Gestapo Father Charles Cough:..-. is reported to be preparing a big blast on the Polish-Soviet boundary issue, with the support of "distinguished" Polish Btatemen Recent secret polls show that while anti-Semitism is on the decrease in the Army it is on the increase in civilian life ..-. the USA BOOK DEPT No Soft Peace'' is the title of a forthcoming book by Albert E. Kahn and Michcel Sayers This is the combination that wrote Sabotage" You'll enjoy Oscar Leonard's "American All," a book that teaches you more about Jewish history in the United States than many a textbook—and it's entertaining to boot The literary critics will wake up some day and hail Norman Corwin's poem "Petition after Victory," published in Collier's Magazine last November The Borden Publishing Company of Los Angeles announces that it will soon bring out "The Art of Max Band," by Arthur Millier—a whole volume on this great painter STAGE AND SCREEN... Dan Schacht, son of the late actor Gustar Schacht, writes us: "You need have no fears about the 'Merchant of Venice' production Paul Muni is planning He is going to produce my father's version of the play—and the effect of that will be exactly the opposite of the impression created by the usual Shylock interpretation" The Anti-Defamation League would have done well to correct the text of a few lines in Fran* Werfel's play "Embezzled Heaven," which is now fortunately ending its Broadway run "Decision," Edward Chodorov's anti-Fascist hit play of last session on Broadway, has been turned down by Hollywood "Too strong to take," say the gentlemen who decide what's good for us on the screen Playwright Sidney Kingsley, who recently returned to civilian life, is back on the job Reports from Hollywood have it that he just wrote a scenario, a brief 5-page piece, for which he was paid S50.000 Talking about scenarists reminds us to remind you that the screen play for "None But the Lonely Heart" is the first to which Clifford Odets has signed his name since "The General Died at Dawn," which came out quite a few years ago. ABOUT PEOPLE ... Note to camera fans: Have we ever told you that the inventors of the Kodachrome color film are two scions of famous musical families? One is Leopold Mannes, a son of conductor David Mannes and grandson and namesake of conductor Dr. Leopold Damrosch The other is Leopold Godowsky, Jr.. son of the late piano virtuoso Guess who's going overseas on an entertainment tour now? Why. none other than your old friend Mollie Goldberg, who will therefore be missing bom the airwaves for a while in the spring, since her creator and impersonator, Gertrude Berg, will naturally go abroad with her Keep your eyes open, a decade or so from now, for a new child prodigy in the musical field ... His name is Miles Standish Seidman, and he is now three and a half years old Miles already plays the piano so well that he can accompany his father's cello—and that by ear LISTEN TO THIS ... Winchell tells this one about an Air Force gunner. Sergeant Harry Goldberg, who hails from the Bronx After umpteen bombing missions over Germany this former lingerie salesman approached his crew chief and asked: "When do I get my diversionary dog tags?" "Whaddya mean?" queried tne chief What are diversionary dog dags?" "The dog tags, explained Goldberg, "that say on them lim Kelly'-in case I have to bail out over Germany Upton House Cooler Corp. COOLING AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS FOR HOMES AND COMMERCIAL USES Expert Engineering Service Without Obligation 242 S. W. 5th St kxmm 2^33 "Great Men Jewry." is and Women in Ke on buying War Bonds RESTAURANT *AMT8 NEWEST AMD PTWEST Featurit^ Unusual Foods. Delicious russles N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Whmam X-VI9*