The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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THE JEW I SH_WE
VOLUME 18-NUMBER 6
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
HEAD
SITOH
A distinguished visitor to Flor-
ida is Mrs. Irma L. Lindheim. of
Palestine and New York an out-
standing women's Zionist leader.
who arrived in Miami this week.
-I Mrs. Lindheim.
noted author, trav-
eler and lecturer, is
the former presi-
dent of Hadassah,
| the Women's Zion-
ist Organization of
America. The pur-
; pose of her visit is
to stimulate inter-
est in and enlist
| support for the es-
tabli shment in
Palestine of the
Weizmann Institute
of science, a scientific research
program announced on November
27, 1944, as a tribute of Ameri-
can Jewry to Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann, a renowned scientist and
Zionist leader, on the occasion of
his seventieth birthday.
The program, which involves
an investment of three million
dollars, aims at the establishment
in Rehovoth, Palestine of an in-
stitute which will comprise four
departments of research, devoted
to: physical chemistry; pharma-
cology and chemotherapy; plastics
and nutrition.
Edmund I. Kaufmann, of Wash-
ington, D. C. and Hollywood,
Fla., is president of the American
Committee for the Chaim Weiz-
mann Scientific Institute, and
Samuel Zcmurray, president of
the United Fruit Company, New
Orleans. La., is chairman of the
board of directors.
Mrs. Lindheim has just return-
ed from a six-months trip to
England, where she headed the
campaign for the Jewish National
fund, the official land buying
agency for Palestine.
She is the author of "The Im-
mortal Adventure," recording her
first trip to Palestine in 1925.
Long a leader in the Zionist move.
ment, and was president of Had-
assah from 1926 to 1928.
In 1933, after many visits to
Palestine, she made her home
there. She helped introduce play-
ground and recreational work,
tostered the publication of the
first magazine edited by Jews
and Arabs in Haifa and created
Palestine fellowships to permit
American college youths to visit
the Jewish homeland.
10 OBSERVE WEEK
1
flfle.uwe,,th annual celebration
oi Brotherhood Week is sponsored
rL .? National Conference of
^hruitians and Jews during the
*eek of February 18 to 25.
an^tters requesting cooperation
and assistance in the observance
W. 'Lsent t0 schools, col-
3S' P'T- A's- cl"b leaders.
Florida1 citizens throughout
The theme for the week is "In
Peace as in warteamwork."
ar* ^lami- the Honorable Leon-
nVL,*", Thomson will proclaim
brotherhood Week and will act
sieneraL Chairman of the pb-
uri?hcMThe-Bond RaUy- re*u-
Hm,LhSld on February 17 will be
hSftfl t0 the theme- A Brother-
fr^Ba,nSuet for members and
th-tl1 the MUmi Rund Table,
e Army Air Fdrcei. command-
BJSWtai will be held at the
M'ami Woman's Club. February
(CONTINUED ON MQI )
Greater Miami Jewish Federation'
Takes Stand In Fund Raising
At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation on Tuesday, February 8, the following resolutions reaffirming
Federation's established stand on fund-raising and planning were passed:
There should be only one community-wide fund-raising drive for
Jewish charitable and communal purposes during any one year, and
such fund-raising drive should be the annual Federation Campaign.
All Jewish organizations seeking funds are invited to clear with
Federation, with the understanding that if the projects sponsored by
any organization cannot be included in the Federation Campaign,
and are found to be meritorious such organizations then have a free
hand to conduct their own campaign, at a time and in a manner not
calculated to interfere with the community's annual Federation
campaign.
In view of the tremendous importance of Federation's drive to
raise funds for local, national and overseas work, the major part of
which funds actually go toward saving Jews from death and re-
habilitating them, Federation condemns any fund-raising drive which
interferes in any way with Federation's regular campaign. Any ap-
peal for funds occurring during the months of February, March or
April, 1945, will conflict with and hinder Federation's drive and may
actually cost Jewish lives.
Federation, as the only community-wide Jewish organization in
Greater Miami emphasizes through its legally elected directors that
the needs of the entire Jewish community, whether locally, nationally,
or overseas, take precedence over the needs of any one specialized
local group. It affirms that any local group, by consulting with and
cooperating with Federation, can arrive at mutually beneficial
answers to problems of fund-raising and planning.
FEW JEWS AMONG
PEOPLE
J.T.I
WELLES PLEADS FOR
NATIONAL RIGHTS BILL
New York (JTA)An Inter-
national Bill of Rights, which
would guarantee the fundamental
rights of life and liberty to every
individual of every race and creed
in all countries of the world,
should be made an integral part
of an international organization
of nations, it was stated here last
night by Sumner Welles, former
Under-Secretary of State, ad-
dressing the New York chapter
of the American Jewish Com-
mittee at a dinner at the Waldorf-
Astoria Hotel.
RESOLUTIONS ARE
ADDPTEDBYA.J.C.
IT N. I
New York (JTA)A series of
resolutions on peace and post-war
problems, including the Palestine
problem, abrogation of Nazi anti-
Jewish legislation, repatriation of
refugees, outlawing of anti-
Semitism, and post-war migra-
tion, were adopted here bv the
executive committee of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee at a meet-
ing in the Hotel Waldorf Astoria,
in lieu of the cancelled 38th an-
nual meeting of the organization.
Presided over by Jacob Blau-
stein, chairman of the executive
committee, the meeting heard a
number of reports, including one
on peace problems presented by
Judge Joseph M. Proskauer. pres-
ident of the American Jewish
Committee, and one by George Z.
Medalie. chairman of the overseas
committee of the organization.
The committee endorsed the
statement and urged "the adop-
tion and enforcement" of the pol-
icy of the State Department in
regard to the punishment of Axis
criminals and their associates,
which calls for "the punishment
of German leaders and their as-
sociates for their responsibility
for the whole broad criminal en-
terprise devised and executed
with ruthless disregard of the
very foundation of law ana
morality. including offenses,
wherever committed, against the
rules of war and against minority
elements, Jews and other groups,
and individuals."
BE PRESENTED IT
BEAGR0NFEB.11
Molly Picon, outstanding Jew-
ish comedienne, will be presented
by the Miami and Miami Beach
"Ys" on Sunday evening. Feb.
11, at the Miami Beach Senior
High School auditorium starting
at 8 p. m., in a "cavalcade" of
scenes written for her by her hus-
band, Jacob Kalich, who shares
the responsibility for her tremen-
dous success. She will be accom-
panied at the piano by Eva
Franklin.
Molly Picon has made people
laugh all over the world. Laugh-
ter, she describes, as the spark
which ignites both performer and
audience; the common bond of
theatregoers the world over.
She learned Yiddish in War-
saw in order to play in New
York; in New York she acquired
French to play in Paris. Moscow
liked her Negro spirituals, and
Johannesburg was delighted with
her songs in Boers. London ad-
mired her Piccadilly accent. She
made a hit with the Yiddish
Gauchos in Mosesville, Argen-
tina, and got along very nicely
with a smattering of Spanish,
Hebrew, Russian, Polish and
Italian in Antwerp, Vienna.
Prague. Bucharest, Tel Aviv, and
Rio de Janeiro.
CARPATHIAN JEWS
RELEASED BY RUSSIA
Jerusalem (JTA) Reports
reaching here establish that
among the Jews liberated by the
Russian Army in Hungary are
10,000 from the Carpathian sec-
tion of the country which former-
ly belonged to Czechoslovakia
and which may now become a
part of Soviet Ukraine.
Many of the rescued Carpathian
Jews in partisan units which
fought the Germans in Hungary.
Others had been living in the
woods for months to escape de-
portation by the Germans to ex-
termination camps in occupied
Poland.
Nineteen Jews who recently ar-
rived here from Rumania have
joined the Jewish Brigade.
DELEGATE OF OSE ON
WAY TO WARSAW
New York (JTA)A special
delegate of the World OSE Union.
Dr. A. Rosenbluth, is now en
route to Warsaw and Lublin with
the permission of the Russian and
the Polish authorities, it was re-
vealed here by the American
Committee of the OSE, the Jew-
ish Health Society (Tez) there.
By agreement with the Lublin
authorities, a unit of physicians,
nurses and social assistants, will
soon proceed to Poland.
By JOHN MYERS
Warsaw ( JTA)About 3.000
Jews are among the 30,000 sur-
viving men and women of War-
saw, the correspondent of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency es-
tablished upon his arrival in this
battered city.
The plight of these'Jews baf-
fles description and their num-
ber is increasing as Jewish sur-
vivors arrive from neighboring
townships. A local Jewish com-
mittee is functioning, and is do-
ing its best to provide food for
the needy Jews from the 124 soup
kitchens which have been estab-
lished to feed the hungry popula-
tion. Most of these kitchens are
located in the Praga section of
Warsaw.
Escorted by Colonel A. Finkel-
stein of the Polish Army in a
tour throughout the debris of
Warsaw, I found all houses in
the ghetto leveled to the ground.
Not a single synagogue building
remaining in the city which had
dozens of synagogues before the
outbreak of the war. No trace is
left of any of the streets which
were thickly populated with Jews
in pre-war time and which were
formed into a ghetto soon after
the occupation of the city.
While all buildings in the ghet-
to are completely destroyed, the
brickwall of the ghetto, ten feet
high and surmounted by barbed
wire, remains, strangely enough,
intact. The surviving Jews live
in basements beneath the ruins,
which is also the case with the
surviving non-Jewish population.
They do not even have candles
for light. The food which they
get from the free kitchens is
black bread and a plate of soup.
No sugar and milk is available in
Warsaw.
JOE E. LEWIS
ACREED TO BE ON
'NIGHT OF STARS*
Comedian Joe E. Lewis joined
the growing list of theatrical big
"names" who have volunteered
their services for the "Night of
Stars"the Heroes Phone Fund
benefit which will be held at the
Beach theater, Lincoln road. Feb.
21, and which is expected to raise
$25,000.
The committee in charge of re-
cruiting talent, headed by Wil-
liam Brandt, theater chain execu-
tive, said today that by the list
would include many top flight
stage, screen and radio stars.
The ticket committee, headed
by Herbert E. Scher, revealed
that even before the scale of
prices was announced the com-
mittee had received $6,000 in sub-
scriptions.
Reservations may be secured
by phoning 3-6444, extension 812,
and giving your ticket order.
Checks should be made payable
to the "Night of Stars." Reserva-
tions may also be made in person
at Radio Station WIOD on the
fourth floor of The News Tower.
A ticket booth is now open at
the Beach theater for the con-
venience of Beach residents wish-
ing to make purchases there.
Members of the B'nai B'rith
men's lodge and women's auxil-
iary and the National Council of
Jewish Women sponsors of the
affair are assisting with clerical
duties at WIOD.
All $5 and $10 tickets for the
"Night of Stars" have been sold-
Lodz, Poland (JTA)Of the
250,000 Jews who resided in Lodz
before the war, and the tens of
thousands who were sent here
from all parts of occupied Eu-
rope, only 800 survive, the cor-
respondent of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency found upon ar-
riving in this industrial center.
From survivers I learned that
the Germans had sent almost
70,000 Jews from Lodz to the
death camp of Oswiecim since
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
RED GROSS
FOR FUNDS
E
L
Red Cross 1945 War Fund quota
for Dade County is $520,0QO. and
the annual drive for funds to
carry on the work of the Red
Cross overseas and on the home
front will start March 1. This an-
nouncement was made by H. H.
Hyman and James E. Fussell.
co-chairmen of the Dade County
Red Cross War Fund Committee.
"Need for Red Cross services
during the coming year is the
greatest in the history of the or-
ganization." declared Mr. Hyman
who stated that there is no con-
ceivable turn the war can take
which will lessen the need for
Red Cross services. Quoting from
a letter received this week from
the Hon. Basil O'Connor, chair-
man of the American National
Red Cross. Hyman stated that the
national goal for 1945 Red Cross
Wax Fund was $200,000,000. In
Dade County and in every other
county in the nation, the Red
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)


PAGE TWO
vJewlstfkxIdlM
PERSONALS
Back in town after a combined
business and pleasure trip in the
North is Miss Rosalind Fried-
man.
While visiting for six weeks in
Miami. Mrs. David Weiss and
daughter Sylvia, of New York
City, are dividing their time as
house guests of each of Mrs.
Weiss' three sisters, Mrs. Harry
Growman. of 1627 N. W. 1st St-
and M.-S. Jean Seitlin and Mrs.
Samuel Haas, both of Coconut
Grove.
Mrs. Shep Alpern, of Charles-
ton, S. C... is in town for a brief
stay with her two daughters. Mrs.
Ida Goldberg. 1764 S. W. 17th St.,
and Mrs.. George Greenberg, of
Miami Beach. Mr. Alpern is ex-
pi cted. to arrive next week.
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E.
Rachovsky have returned to the
city after spending several
months in the North.
BIRTHS
Lt. Howard J. Parker, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Plotke,
4120 Pine Tree Dr., announces
the birth of a son, born to Mrs.
Parker Jan. 23 at Salinas. Cal.
The child has been named Doug-
las Barry Parker. Lt. Parker is
mess officer of Squadron A at
the Salinas Army Air Base of the
Fourth Air Force.
BRISM
The Brisni of the sons of Lt.
and Mrs. Seymour Evans and Mr.
and Mrs. Allan Signer took place
this week, with Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiating.
AJS CRITICAL OF ~
, WASHINGTON SOLONS
The refusal of the House and
Senate Appropriations Commit-
tees to allocate the necessary
funds which would assure further
participation by the United States
in the United Nations War Crimes
Commission, which was followed
by the recall of Herbert C. Pell, (
American Representative ot tne
Commission, has evoked vigorous
protests from the American Jew-
ish Confei
In telegrams sent to Rep. Clar-
ence Cannon of Missouri, and
Sen. Carter Glass i)i Virginia,!
chairmen of the House and Sen-1
ate Appropriations Committees,
respectively, the Conference ap-1
pealed for immediate action by I
Congress to "assure America's
participation in the Commission,"
pointing out that delay under-
mines the psychological warfare
now carried on by the United
Nations to halt the Nazi extermi-
nation of Jews and other minori-
ties.
FRIDAY REVIEW WILL
MEET FRIDAY. FEB. 9
The Friday Review, sponsored
( by Women's Division American
' Jewish Congress, wil meet Fri-
day. Feb. 9, at. at 1:30 p. m. at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
The book review committee,
headed by Mrs. Philip Salmon,
has chosen a new novel stressing
the theme of inter-racial under-
i standing in the functioning of
democracy, "The Winds of Fear"
by Hodding Carter. Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein is the reviewer for
! the series. An added feature will
| be a group of negro spirituals
sung by Mrs. Isaac Kaplan of
Perm's Grove, N. J., the former
Rose Mary Gcrson of Miami. Re-
views are open to the public.
DIRECTORS OF LADIES
OF CENTERJN MEET
Board of directors of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center S'Stcrhood
held its monthly meeting Feb
ruary 5 at the home of Mrs. Jos-
eph A. Bcrman. Plans werei dis-
cussed for the forthcoming bingo
and game night to be held at the
Center Saturday. Februar> 17. at
8 p. m. Mrs. Louis Simms will
head the committee in charge.
Tickets for the affair are now on
sale.
beacFmerachTto
have installation
The Miami Beach Mizracni will
hold their installation of officers
Saturday evening 8:30 at the Tal-
mud Torah, 311 Washington Avc.
A malava malka will follow. An
Interesting program has been ar-
ranged bv Mrs. Ethel Shaffrin
and Anna Bcrger. Public is in-
vited.
PIONEnTwOMEN
REORGANIZE BEACH
Pioneer Women's Oif-
of Palestine have just reorganized
Beach Club No. 2 as a Yiddish-
speaking group. The reorganiza-
tion was made possible tnrough j
the efforts of Dr. Sonya Kami net-
sky, of the national office. New j
members are being secured, and j
the organization has planned a
dinner to be held February 18 at
the Budapest Restaurant, 451 Col-
lins Avc., Miami Beach. Mrs. A.
M. Dorff is chairman.
BLOOD DONATIONS
AT MORRIS BROTHERS
Blood donations will be re-
ceived at the Miami Beach Blood
Bank in Morris Brothers' depart-
ment store between 9 a. m. and
12 noon Tuesday and Thursday.
Donors are requested not to cat
breakfast on the day they are to
make their donations.
ggftSSS MEEET
"#2 aSnB"ith Women of
Shotom Lodge will also hold their
rSS? meeting the same evening
at Beth David Synagogue
Following separate bus.inc.ss
wSSSrSr each of the groups
they will join together for a join
program and social hour. Joseph
Rose executive director of the
Federation, will be guest speaker,
and will discuss ^ftMu
ics in the Army. His talk will
be based on actual experiences in
service.
HOFMANN TO PLAY
"EMPEROH CONCERTO
.1, si f Hofmann will play the
Beethoven "Emperor Concerto
with the University of Miami
Symphony orchestra, under Mod-
- direction at 4:45 p. m.
Sunday, Fi I II, m Miami Senior
school.
LAUDERDALE^SERVICES
Temple Emanu-El, Fort Laud-
erdale, will hold regular services
Friday evening at 8 p. m. Mak-
ing his annual guest appearance
in the pulpit will be E. I. Kauf-
mann, former president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
who will discuss "Anti-Semitism:
Its Causes and Cure?" Mrs. S.
M. Gross, of Cleveland and Gold-
en Beach, will be soloist, accom-
panied at the organ by Annie
Laurie Lee. A reception sponsored
by the Sisterhood will follow the
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1945
SERVICE LEAGUE IN
REGULAR MOTORCADE
The Miami Service League will
join with the Jewish War Vet
erans, Freda Markowitz post in
sponsoring a bi-monthly motot
cavalcade. Fifty returnees will be
taken from the various Army
hospitals in the Greater Miami
area on Sunday afternoon. Feb-
ruary 11. the first of these sched-
uled affairs. A guided tour, with
stops at the Musa Isle Indian vil-
lage and other points of interest
will be provided for the boys
following which they will return
to the Miami "Y" to be served
refreshments by their hosts. A
program of entertainment will be
presented. In charge of the first
of these affairs are Mrs. Juliette
Stone and Mrs. Helen Bloom.
MARKOWITZ LADIES
IN REGULAR MEETING
Freda Markowitz Post 174,
Ladies' Auxiliary will hold their
regular meeting Monday. 8 p. m
at Beth David. Mrs. Ida Mae
Levine, incoming president, will
outline the program for the new
year.
services.
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS TO
HOLD OPEN HOUSE
The newly organized chapter of |
the B'nai B'rith Girls will sponsor
an open house Monday. February
12. at the home of Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, at 1710 Lenox Avc., Mi-
ami Beach, at 7:30 p. m.
The B'nai B'rith Girls invite all
girls interested, from the ages of
15 to 18.
Entertainment and refresh-
ments are on the agenda.
EDWARD T. NEWMAN
KING FUNERAL HOME
PHONE 3-2111
The family of the late
LOUIS ADLER
Beloved husband and father
Passed to his
Eternal rest
January 23, 1945
Extend their deepest appreciation
For the many thoughts of
Sympathy and condolence expressed during their
Bereavement
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SERVING MIAMI BEAM & MAN
Exclusively 7ewis/i
$355
30 lb. beaket
Attractive baskets filled
with Valencia oranges, or
Valencia oranges and grape-
fruit, to give distant friends
a taste of Florida.
Other baskets and boxes,
up to________________$18.75
Prices include express ex-
cept to Mountain and
Pacific states.
Miami Store. Sunshine Fruit*.
Street Floor. AJso at Burdlne'B
Lincoln Road and at Burdine's
West Palm Beach.
His wife,
Bessie Adler
His children,
George
Milton
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Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
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^mAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1945
*Je*ishfhrkikun
PAGE THREE
BROADCAST
Or HaiS Yossky. d}"*" f
thfHadda.ah Medical Org.ru-
"Li ;n Palestine, along with
fa other ouUtandina physi-
*XL wUl participate in a pro-
C'^ entitled "No Victory
S ,hout Good Health," or.r
2IK WTOD from 1-1:1$ on
Saturday afternoon.
BETH DAVE* CONG.
TOAMENDLAWS
Both David Congregation will
hold its regular monthly meeting
fn the auditorium Sunday eve-
Sn* at 8 p. m. New amendments
T&t"by-laws are on the agenda
far the evening. Al Quadow. pres-
ident! urges all members to be
present.
BETH DAVID LADIES
PLANS PURIM BALL
Beth David Sisterhood has com-
pleted plans for its outstanding
a fair of the year, which will be
a Purim ball to be held Sunday.
February 18. A variety program
of musical entertainment and
dancing featuring night club en-
tertainers will be presented at
the Moose Temple, where the af-
fair will be staged. Mrs. Isidor
Cohen is chairman of the event,
assisted by Mrs. Louis Margulies,
ticket chairman.
MONTGOMERY WAS
PROBUS CLUB SPEAKER
John Montgomery, publisher of
the Miami Beach Tropics, was
guest speaker before the Probus
Club's weekly luncheon Tuesday.
He told the gathering about his
recent trip to the inauguration
at Washington and talked about
the Port Authoriy, of which he
is a member.
MJOC AUXILIARY TO
HOLD PURIM DANCE
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation announces that the annual
Purim dance will be staged by
the organization February 27 for
the benefit of the Schaarei Zedek
Talmud Torah, and promises to
be an outstanding affair of their
season. The Moose Temple will
be the scene of the event. A pro-
gram of entertainment presented.
Co-chairmen of the committee in
charge include Mrs. Ed Moss.
Mrs. Herbert Feldan and Mrs.
Sam Blank. Tickets may be ob-
tained at the door.
HELP IN BUILDING
FUND GIVING BALL
PYTHIAN SISTERS MEET
TWICE EVERY MONTH
Miami Beach Temple No. 43
Pythian Sisters hold meetings
second and fourth Tuesdays of
every month at 617 Collins Avc.
Miami Beach. Visiting members
from Sisters Temples are wel-
come. The first meeting of Feb-
ruary will be held on Tuesday
evening February 13. at 8:30.
Plans for raising money for
charity will be formulated at this
meeting and members are asked
to be present.
MUSIC ALLIANCE HEAD
WILL LECTURE HERE
I. Kormann, secretary of the
National Jewish Music Alliance
will lecture Sunday. February 11.
at 8 p. m. at the Republican Club.
150 N. E. 3rd St.. Miami. Mr.
Kornman a well known authority
on Jewish music and music in
general will have as his topic
"A Nation That Sings Will Sur-
vive. The organization chorus
will appear in a few selections.
THE INIMITABLE
MOLLY PICON
IN A PROGRAM OF
SONGS AND CHARACTER IMPERSONATIONS
Sunday Evening, Feb. 11th at 8:30
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With a view towards post-war
planning, the Jewish Community
Center of Hollywood announces
that the proceeds of their coming
annual supper dance will go to
their building fund. The affair
will be held at the Hollywood
Country Club on Sunday. Feb-
ruary 25, commencing at 7:30 p.
m. Samuel Zaconick is general
chairman.
The building committee of the
organization includes Martin
Wohl, chairman; Nelson Elsasser,
treasurer and David Fensterheim.
secretary, and reports that as soon
as wartime priorities permit, con-
struction of a Center will begin
on the three lots donated by Mr.
Wohl, in memory of his father.
The location is Polk St., near 20th
Ave. Present plans of the building
include a chapel, a large audi-
torium, to be used not only by
the Center but by other local
groups, for banquets, mass meet-
ings, cultural, dramatic and civic
activities; also smaller meeting
rooms, several classrooms, a fully-
equipped kitchen and indoor and
outdoor recreational facilities for
adult and youth groups.
At present, the clubroom of the
Jewish Center is located in the
Morse Arcade, Hollywood Boule-
vard. Meetings of the men's
group are held the first Monday
of each month; meetings of the
Ladies' Auxiliary are held the
first and third Tuesdays of each
month; social evenings are held
every Wednesday, under the
sponsorship of the Ladies' Auxil-
iary; religious services are held
on Friday evenings by the men's
group; and Sunday school classes
are held for children in the 6 to
14 year age group, on Sunday
mornings from ten to 12 o'clock,
under the sponsorship of the
Ladies' Auxiliary.
Tickets for the supper dance
may be obtained from Hayman
Tollman, chairman of distribu-
tion, at 1112 Tyler St.. Hollywood.
Max Young is president of the
Center, and Mrs. Sylvia Finckc is
president of the Ladies' Auxil-
iary.
PRE-PURIM PARTY WILL
BE HELD BY LADIES
Temple Israel Sisterhood's Feb-
ruary meeting will be a combined
birthday and pre Purim party, to
be held at Kaplan Hall February
19. Games and refreshments will
follow a short business meeting.
Visitors are welcome.
FINE PROGRAM TO BE
AT Y. M. H. A. FORUM
Harry Gerstein, chairman of
the "Y" Forum Group Committee,
announces an interesting sub-
ject for the lecture to be held
Wednesday evening, February 14,
at the Town "Y."
Dr. M. Schneer, a retired phy-
sician will speak on the subject.
"The Influence of the Emotions
on Bodily Ills." This is based up-
on a new field of medical re-
search and the public is invited
to attend.
If you want Bugs, that's your business
If you don't, that's ours
Rt'MlOATION
FUMIGATION
TERMITE CONTROL
HODKNT CONTROL.
MOTH PROOFING
MILDEW PROOFING
CHAPLAIN TO BE BE
GUEST AT SPINOZA
Chaplain Car! Miller of Redis-
tribution Center will be the guest
speaker at the Spinoza Forum,
this Saturday afternoon, 3 p. m.,
under the canopy, on the lawn of
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son. 11th St., between Collins
Ave. and Ocean Drive, Miami
Beach. Rabbi Miller's topic will
be "Political Renaissance of the
After the lecture Mrs. M.
Shubov will recite from Sholem
Aleichem. Next Tuesday evening
at 8 p. m., Dr. Morris Schneer of
New York will deliver his second
lecture in the scries "Know Thy-
self."
BETH JACOB LADIES
HAD FINE MEETING
A regular meeting of the Sister-
hood of Congregation Beth Jacob
took place Wednesday, February
7th.
Mrs. Bertha Hirsch, newly
electing acting president, con-
ducted the meeting. Committee
reports and projects planned were
part of the business. Final^ report
on the moving picture, "Green
Fields," which the Sisterhood will
present on February 24th at the
synagogue, was heard.
Miss Malvina Weiss, chairman
of the Dade County Intercultural
Religious Committee, was guest
speaker. The Bialik Singing So-
ciety under the direction of Can-
tor A. Barkan, presented musical
selections. The Singing Society
is sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
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CARDIAC HOME WILL
MEET ON FEB. 14
Dade Chapter National' Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home will hold
the next regular meeting Wed-
nesday, February 14, 1:30 p. m.
at the YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln
Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. Clem-
entine Kemp, president, will be in
charge.
Plans are now being made for
Cardiac Week, February 10-17, at
which time, members are asked
to give small parties in their
homes, donating proceeds to the
Chapter. Mrs. Roselyn King,
5-9327, is chairman and asks to
be notified of the events.
Under discussion at the meet-
ing will be the annual Tag Day,
carried out on Miami Beach on
Saturday, Feb. 17, through the
courtesy of the city council. The
ladies will be at various corners
with boxes and red hearts, ready
to accept any small donation in
return for the "Help mend a
crippled heart" tag. Volunteer for
the occasion are asked to contact
Mrs. Jos. Miller. 6-2802.
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
ON WIOD SUNDAY
New York"Mr. Lincoln and
the Rabbi" is the dramatization
on "The Eternal Light" Sunday.
Feb. 11 (NBC, 11 a. m., WIOD).
Guest speaker is Rabbi Bernard
J. Bamberger, of the.West End
Synagogue of New York.
The script by Morton Wishen-
grad presents a little known epi-
sode in the life of Rabbi Ben-
jamin Szold. father of Henrietta
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AMERICAN SOLDIERS TEL AVIV
Tel Aviv stands high in the graces of the American
soldiers in the Mediterranean theatre of war. This is the testi-
mony of the New York Times well-known correspondent Mrs.
Anna O'Hare McCormick in her recent series of articles on
Palestine and its problems.
Mrs. McCormick guotes a soldier from Texas as having
said that of all the cities he has seen since leaving the United
States, Tel Aviv bears the closest resemblance to his own
native town. The New York Times correspondent goes on to
say that the presence of so many American soldiers, in Tel
Aviv may have a post-war effect. She thinks that many of the
Christian soldiers will return to America with sympathies for
Jewish Palestine. She says that Tel Aviv is winning them over
emotionally to the side of the Jew.
Mrs. McCormick's article opens the field to the imagina-
tion. We Jews in America have sometimes thought of Palestine's
obligation to us. We have raised many millions of dollars to
help build up Palestine. But it may be that Palestine will return
our investment many fold. It may be that the Tel Avivs of
Palestinethe smaller and larger communitieswill help "cure"
anti-Semitism.
Palestine Jewry has ahead y raised the prestige of Jewry
at large by what it did in the desert battle of El Alamein, which
General Montgomery has described as the turning point of the
war. There were some thirty thousand Jewish soldiers of Pales-
tine Jn that desert-fighting, and it was the Jewish general from'
Palestine, Brigadier Kisch, who, as head of the British engi-'
neering corps in the desert campaign, was responsible for the
striking novelty of bringing water to the parched troops by
means of his ingenious piping system.
The old-time pioneer Zionist used to say that the building
up of Palestine would raise the prestige of Jews the world
over, while some of the critics of Zionism used to sayand
some even say todaythat Zionism would only increase the
anti-Semitism in the world.
But Mrs. McCormick, a Christian lady and a keen student
of the international scene, evidently thinks the Zionists were
right.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
last August, when the Red Army
. broke through to the Vistula
River. When deportations were
no longer possible, the Gestapo
, murdered Jews in the ghetto it-
self. As late as January 16. when
Russian tanks were already
i breaking into the outskirts of the
I city, the last batch of victims
i we're machine-gunned in the Jew-
i ish cemetery after being forced to
dig their own graves.
As I walked through the vast
barbed-wire-enclosed slum an a
a constituted the ghetto he
I found many empthy houses in
which tables were set for dinner,
with the food untouched. The in-
habitants had beer.
I spoke with Dr. Albert Mazur.
a Jewish eye-ear-and-nose spe-
cialist, who disclosed details of
the five-year martyrdom suffered
by the Jews of Lodz. The doctor
is the only Jewish physician
alive in Lodz. Aside from the de.
portations and massacres, which
resulted in the death of more than
a quarter of a million Jews dur-
ing the Nazi occupation, about
70,000 died from tuberculosis in-
duced by manutrition, inade-
quate shelter and clothing and
mistreatment, he revealed.
Dr. Mazur who visited the
United States in 1926 and who
has relatives in New York, told
me that "in my five years in the
ghetto I never hear a single kind
word from any German, whether
a Gestapo man. a member of the
S.S. or ordinary soldiers. The
chief of the ghetto administra-
tion, he said, was a Herr Bibow.
"an out-and-out sadist" who took
special delight in stripping and
torturing young Jewish girls. The
Gestapo chief in Lodz, who sup-
ervised the deportations, was
named Bradfisch.
YOU SHOULD KNOW ...
Yes, it's truethe reappearance of Father Charlee E. Cough-
i as the official leader of an aggressive "America First"
movement is all set It will be staged as soon as hostilities
cease in Europe Coughlin is relying on strong units of war
veterans who were inculcated before they went overseas ,
Former Congressman Hamilton Fish of New York is scheduled
to become the executive director of the Eastern isolationist
forces, which are mobilizing for the 1946 Congressional elec-
tions ... The theme-song of their campaign will be that the
United States is governed not by duly elected representatives
of the people but by a group of "alien-minded" persons who
are opposed to the American Constitution.
WITH THE ZIONISTS .
Maurice Samuel will fly to England early in April, in the
interests of the Zionist cause The restrained tone of Arthur
Lourie's booklet "Britain and Palestine," published by the Amer-
ican Zionist Emergency Council, should convince the British
1 government that the American Zionist leadership has, for better
or worse, accepted the Weizmann line The booklet issued
by the Palestine Economic Corporation about its investment
activities in Eretz Israel is an eye-opener ... It should be read
by all who believe that Palestine is merely an object for charit-
able donations.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS .
The State Department has confessed to a delegation of
Jewish leaders that so far it has discovered no legal basis for
the punishment of Nazi crimes against the Jews of Germany ...
By the time this column is published Adolf Hitler may be on his
way to the Argentine, we're told by one of America's most
astute predictorsand we pass it on to you for what it's worth
. Incidentally, the full story of the incessant growth of anti-
Semitism in the Argentine has not yet been told publicly ..
Those who are in the know realize that the situation is very,
very grave Reports from France are far from reassuring
FAMILY ANGLES .
Beatrice Kay, whose great-uncle was Samuel Gompers,
founder of the American Federation of Labor, has a very
practical approach to her own personal labor problem .
Beatrice, who has a truck farm in New Jersey and finds it dif-
ficult to get regular farm labor, invites the participants and aides
of her "Gaslight Gayeties" radio show to the farm for week-
ends, and then hands them farm implements and persuades
them to do their bit The new Sigmund Romberg operetta,
"Up in Central Park," is a tremendous hitbut one budding
actress who was supposed to make her debut in it left the cast
before the show opened Broadway will therefore have
to wait a while before it can look over Tony Eden, who in
lT tt ~ r .i ~~j~ ~ T rjt~ ~F~ ~l"~ ""' ~"TI private life is Walda Winchell, daughter of Walter ... A new
IMew riome or tne uewisn liome tor the Aged ni9ht club sinaer te a11 set to make h bid for fame... &'
Marilyn Cantor, one of Eddie's progenyand a little birdie
tells us that Marilyn has inherited a great deal of her old man's
talent.
ABOUT PEOPLE .
That was a swell gesture on the part of a group of friends
of the Nordau family the other night, when they gave a birth-
day party for Anna Nordau, widow of the great philosopher
and leader Distinguished representatives of the Zionist
movement paid tribute to this unusual woman who, just turned
83, is so youthfully interested in contemporary affairs ... On
this occasion Mrs. Judith Epstein, president of Hadassah, was
one of the speakers, although only a few hours earlier she had
received the news that her son, a pilot in the Air Force, was
reported missing That's the spirit that animates Hadassah
. We're told that Judge Samuel Rosenman refused an im-
portant post offered him by President Roosevelt ... He doesn't
like the limelight ... The Soviet engineer who has revolution-
ized the system of restoring mines damaged by the destructive
Nazi hordes is Prof. Joseph Brainin, a relative of the late He-
brew writer Reuben Brainin ... The lecture author Andre
Maurois was to give in Montreal was canceled at the last min-
utebecause the local Jews boycotted the event Edward
Chodorov, whose "Decision" is listed by critic Burns Mantle
as one of the ten best plays of the 1943-44 season, is finishing
another drama, and hopes to have it ready for the boards be-
ore tne current season is much older ... If you've acquired
the new Menuhin recording of Brahms' Sonata No. 1, and have
marveled at the smoothness of the performance of Yehudi and
his sister Hephzibah. you'll be interested to know that the
I^rtlH? .r\made, 8hortlv af1er to* birtfc Hephzibah's son
and that the beautiful pianist insisted that her child and hi*
aSTh^SSP her to *e "fading "tudio-with the result
n La COfdJa se,ssion had to be interrupted several times
in order to change the babv's dinr*r *
An interesting program has
been planned by the B'nai B'rith
Young Women. Sholem Lodge,
for their regular meeting which
will be held Tuesday evening.
8 p. m. at the Miami Beach Y.,
M. W. H. A.
The Home for the Jewish Aged
announces a community-wide
meeting of the organization will
take place February 13 at the Mi-
Alfred B. Rosenstein
ami Beach Jewish Center. Theo
program, beginning at 8 p. m..
will have local rabbis as guest
speakers and a group of out-
standing artists presenting musi-
cal selections.
The installation of officers will
take place that evening. Alfred
B. Rosenstein will be installed as
president; Isidore Goldberg, M.
H. Frankel and Gus Trau as vice
presidents; Joseph Zalis, financial
secretary; M. A, Bear, treasurer.
Daniel Broad, auditor; Mrs.
Phillip Salmon, recording secre-
tary, and Mrs. Benjamin Appel,
corresponding secretary.
The organization has just pur-
chased property located in Miami
at the corner of S. W. 12th Ave.
and 4th St., and will announce
plans for the renovation and
opening of the home in a short
while.
E
STARTDNMARCH
BEACH Y WILL HAVE
MUSIC, VOICE COURSE
A course in Voice Culture and
Music Sight Reading will be the
newly added attraction on the
YM & WHA of Miami Beach pro-
gram, it was announced by Jack
P. Marash. executive director.
Cantor Barkan's musical educa-
tion obtained in Europe and in
this country, makes him eminent-
ly fitted to give the course, the
director stated. He studied under
several famous masters, including
Dr. Kirshon, of the New England
Conservatory, and Dr. M. Held,
composer and musician. In addi-
tion, Cantor Barkan has written
and published several Hebrew
liturgical compositions.
The first session of the course
will meet on February 12 and
will continue for fifteen weeks
ending on May 21.
Because of the nature of the
course, registration will be limit-
ed and those interested are urged
to enroll early.
Further information may be
?me WHA office. 5-5319.
Visiting with her son, Capt.
Maurice Dankoff, of 1005 Brickell
Ave., for several months is Mrs
Sonya Dankoff, of Rochester. N.
Y. The captain is stationed at the
Homestead Air Base.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Cross drive for funds will be
held during the month of March.
Confidence that Dade County
n C0Plete *s Quota of $520,-
000 within the time set was ex-
pr,e,ss.1SLby both Hyman and Fus-
sell. This yeari with more Dade
County boys and girls in service
wounded or prisoners of war we
are more conscious of and grate-
ful for Red Cross services which
keep our sons, daughters, hus-
bands and other close relatives in
good spirits, and indeed in the
case of blood plasma and Red
cross food packages, actually
keep them alive," Mr. Hvrn-m
continued. "In the past year the
war has come closer to all of us
and thousands of letters from
men and women overseas teU
hem mJlle? whS* il me* *
them to go to a Red Cross eluh
in London or New Guinea or to
see a Red Cross clubmobile drive
up to a remote flying iumTf
France to serve hot coffee and
doughnuts ,o the crew of a B-24
or B-17, to receive life-giving
change the baby's diapers.
blood plasma right on the battle-
field, or to receive a Red Cross
Sir* Pfar"elrbehind the barbed
wire of a German or Japanese
prison camp. "waaebe
All divisions are getting well
7 A^^dy & slart work March
I. Advance gifts, headed bv Sam
R. Becker and Major Marvin D
n.rT,,Vh0 lat,er recently re:
turned from service in the South
Pacific, will complete their so-
licitation during February
Outing achievement of Red
Cross in World War II. Fussell
thi1CdRedU& *D?***
opcoJnTd i'n KF138
of war. Red Cross Held dhSS
land with invasion forces and
pass around cigarettes and com-
fort articles to men on battle-
ships and to men on battlefields
in the thick of the fight. Red
Cross workers are on duty a*
scores of outposts all over the
world, bringing recreation to the
able-bodied, giving aid to wound-
ed in hospitals, and giving aid
on the home front to families ol
fighting men. Over ten million
Pints of blood have been collected
for the armed forces, millions oi
surgical dressings made, and a
steady stream ol food parcels
kept on the way to our men in
German and Japanese P"*"
camps.


rpmAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1945
qTojo, J. Talianott
Exec^rYWrsct*** AJ>X.
A jury of 12 men in Federal
murifound Rev. Joseph Jeffers.
Sias Joseph Doubleday of King.
dom Temple. Los Angeles, Ru.lty
? stealing his former spouses
r and "ransportinK it to Miami.
On Saturday. February 3. Judge
Tohn W. Holland sentenced Jef-
fers to Federal prison for a term
nf 4 years.
In retrospect, it seems more
than a mere coincident that this
nrraeher of anti-Catholicism and
S&tism should ultimately
Z shorn of robes of respectabili-
ty and stand convicted as a com-,
m0LetthusCfiook into Jeffers' past.
John Boy Carlson, author of
'ndcr Cover.' and a recent lec-
turer m Miami, made these refer-
ences to the self-proclaimed rein-
carnated Messiah. "Hate, which
knows no boundary, flourished in
the Kinfidom Temple, Los An-
ecles under Pastor Joseph Jef-
fers who had taken a post-
graduate course in 'applied Chris-
tianity' in Germany and Italy in
1938.
Jeffers' pro-Nazi preachments
were evident upon his return to
the U S in 1938, when he boasted
to reporters that he had spoken
with Mussolini and Goebbels per-
sonally. His special apepal was
based on denunciation of Cath-
olics and Jews. His followers, in
the words of Carlson, "were
treated to a combination of pol-
itics religion, anti-Catholicism
and' 'shrieking Americanism.'
Jeffers was also addicted to a
strange new cult initiated by Wil-
liam J. Cameron, Henry Ford's
public relations council, known
as the Anglo-Saxon Federation.
Its 'teachings' were a combina-
tion of bigotry and superstition
based on a wishful and distorted
interpretation of the Bible."
Interestingly, while Jeffers fer-
vently advocated belief in "Yah-
weh." his South California radio
programs and public meetings
were utilized intensively for the
solicitation of funds or, as he
would express it. "love offerings."
In 1940 his following was con-
siderably lessened by publicity
attendant upon his trial on morals
charges.
To judge from his history dur-
ing the ensuing 5 years, Jeffers
was determined to carry on his
crusade of hate and bigotry so
long as there was a sufficient
number of unwitting dupes who
would make it profitable.
EVENTS TO COME began to
cast their shadow on the trans-
gressor. Mrs. Jeffers filed suit for
divorce in 1943 charging cruelty.
Simultaneously, the OPA became
interested when she listed as
community property such items
as two automobiles, thirteen auto
tires, five hundred gallons of gas-
oline and $3,600 worth of groc-
eries.
The Los Angeles Times of De-
cember 1, 1943 then reported that
Jeffers was charged by an elder-
ly couple of inducing them to sell
their home and turning over to
him $3,800 by representing that
he intended to build a new Jeru-
salem and take them with him to
Zion.
Apparently, the inclement cli-
matic conditions prevailing in
Calfiornia prompted Jeffers to
head for Florida, taking his ex-
wife's car to make the sojourn
with four disciples. A Los Angeles
news item of April 13, 1944 ap-
propriately reads, "Florida cli-
mate too hot for Rev. Jeffers
lands in clink."
To face Florida climatic con-
dition. Jeffers had developed a
new crop of facial foliage that
would have made Rasputin jeal-
ous. This, however, was the only
change in Jeffers, who continued
his bigotry preachments pending
trial, but found it expedient to
adopt the pseudonym of Joseph
Doubleday. His talks at the Mi-
ami Woman's Clubs ceased when
his true identity became known.
Quick to offer prognostications of
horrible fates to befall the dis-
believers in 'Yahweh,' Jeffers
predictions reached a new low
when a jury of American citizens
convicted him of theft.
Crime, we know, does not pay.
It should be increasingly evident
to Jeffers and his ilk that the
pickings in the fields of bigotry
and other forms of un-American-
ism are becoming lean.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer,
1637 S. W. 6th St., have as their
house guest Mrs. Barney Gibrich
of Chicago who is awaiting the
arrival of her daughter Pfc. La-
verne Schaffer. Pfc. Schaffer.
wife of Melvin Schaffer, was sta-
tioned in England with the WAC.
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22 at 6:30 p. m. in observance of
Brotherhood Week.
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews invites the
cooperation of churches and syna-
gogues, schools and colleges, vet-
erans posts, the press and radio
and every form of community
organization in the observance of
Brotherhood Week. The message
must be built into the programs
and activities of existing organ-
izations and institutions so that
the largest part of the population
will be reached. Information is
available without cost from the
Florida Area Office, 1008 Security
Building, Miami 32, Florida.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
LEGAL NOTICES
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GOULDS BARGAIN STORE at
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the undersigned, desiring to encage
in business under the fictitious name
of BUI-VET LUNCH at 16 W. Flagler
St., Miami. Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
NATHAN COHEN
NETTIE COHEN
Partners
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Applicants
1/26 2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
The Standard Detective Bureau at
Miami. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HENRY MILLER
1/26 2/2-9-16-23
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, Flortnw.
ISAAC EMMHR
MYERS A HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant.
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE LAWRENCE APARTMENTS
at 642 N. E. 82nd Street, Miami. Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County, FtorMfo^c. ralEDMfN
FRANCES FRIEDMAN
MYERS A HEIMAN
Attorneys 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
JACK'S PLACE at 8386 Douglas Road.
Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F1rlda HENRY STRUDEL ^
HYMEN M1CHAELSON
SILVER, KAPLAN DEITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
1/2-9-16-8* 8/8
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to line go
in business under the floitltloss sum
of JACK RICHARD I 'ISTKIBUTlNw
CO., 46 N. W. 1st Street, Miami. #*?
Intend to register the said name wBh
the Clerk of the Circuit Court mt DaBe
County, Florlda-
S. LANDY
SILVER. KAPLAN A DIETE,
Attorneys for Applicants
1/12-19-26 2/2-9
NOTICE 13 HEREBY OTVUN that
the undersigned, desiring; to engago
In business under the fictitious name
of HELENE HOTEL, at 108* 18th
Street, Miami Beach. Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ef Dade
County, Florida.
ROSE COKBN
MYERS A HEIMAN
Attorneys 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 WOODY'S RESTAURANT at 1309
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida Intend to register said ruj/ne
with the Clerk of the Cirouit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JACK EISENSTAT
FRANK S. KAOAN
MURRAY DOUCHJCBBS
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for applicants.
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Is
business under the fictitious name
of TICONA MERCANTILE CO. at
343 S. W. N. River Dr.. Miami. Fhu
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY TI8CHLBR
KATE TISCHLER
SILVER. KAPLAN A DIEJTZ
Attorneys for Applicants
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 88767
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-wlt:
Lots 1 A 2. Block 1. Amended Pmt
of Granada Place, a Resub.. Ptst
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. 8. Robertson.
Unless said Certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 21st day of
February, AD. 194S.
Dated this 17th day ef January.
A. D. 1948. ^ b LBATHHRMAKi
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Worlda-
(Clrcult Court Seal)
By L. M. JOHNSON D. .
1/19-26 2/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flotitlous name of
PETER PAN VILLAS at Miami
Beach, Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
HARRY KAYE
BETTY KAYE
JOE RUBIN
ROSA RUBIN
2/2-9-16-23 8/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage to
business under the fictitious name of
ROSELLE HOTEL at Miami Beach.
Fla. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
HARRY KAYE
BETTY KAYE
ROSA RUBIN
2/2-9-16-28 3/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage to
business under the fictitious name ST
BOARDWALK SHOPPE at 8704-6
Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Fla, tn-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EDWARD BEZARK
2/2-9-16-23 8/2
NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
R A L. CROCKERY at 1S16 N. K
2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LOUIS ROSMAN
BERNARD LEVY
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants.
2/2-9-16-2* 8/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOWARD LIQUOR STORE, 206 N. E.
1st Avenue Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
GEORGE LEVINE
2/9-16-23 S/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
JOHNSTETT FUR MFG., 107 N. B.
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 Countv. Florida.
NAT STETTNER
PETER JOHNIDES
2/9-16-23 S/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FIXJRIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY
CO. at 82 N. E. 26th Street. Miami.
Florida. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk nf the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
BIG BEAR FOOD STORES, INC.,
a New Jersey Corporation.
By SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
President. (Applicant)
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1945
MIAMI CHAPTER FOR
CHILDREN NOW ACTIVE
Spurred by the vital program
of child rescue and rehabilitation
taken on by the National Home
for Jewish Children at Denver,
the Greater Miami Chapter of
the Home has begun its work of
the New Year.
The outstanding success of the
Home's 37th annual fund-raising
campaign held recently in New
York City started the ball rolling,
according to Mrs. J. N. Lorber,
National President and the Great-
er Miami Chapter has mapped out
a program to carry on with fly-
ing colors.
In recent years the National
Home for Jewish Children has
expanded its facilities. In addi-
tion to the care of children of
tuberculous poor, it has opened
its doors to youngsters from all
over the country who are suffer-
ing from bronchial asthma and
other allergic respiratory dis-
eases and for whom hope of cure
in their home communities has
been abandoned.
The amazing success which the
Home has had with the pioneer-
ing work which it is doing in the
relief of these youngsters has. ac-
cording to Mrs. Lorber, given new ;
and greater purpose to the all-
important work of the local auxil-
iary which works hand in hand
with the National Home for Jew-
ish Children and which helps to
make the continued work of the
Home possible.
JEWISH COMMITTEE
VISITING IN POLAND
Lublin (JTA>The Central
Jewish Committee here this week
sent representatives to various
parts of newly-liberated Polish
territory to register the surviving
Jews there and to provide im-
mediate relief for them
At the same time, it was re-
vealed here that some of the
Jewish children in the Warsaw
ghetto who were given shelter by
Christians refuse to return to
return to their parents because
they are Jews. These children do
not recognize their parents since
they have not seen them for
several years.
The Central Jewish Committee
has establsihed that all Jews in
Kielce were murdered by the
Germans prior to their retreat
U. S. GOVERNMENT
WOULT*PUNISH GUILTY
Washington (JTA) The
United States Government in-
tends that Axis crimes against
their own nationals, such as tne
Jewish minority in Germany,
shall be punished, it was indi-
cated this week in a statement
made by Acting Secretary of
State Joseph C. Grew.
Referring to declarations
made by President Roosevelt call-
ing for punishment of Nazi
atrocities, the statement says:
"Over the past months officers
of the Department of State, in
consultation with other depart-
ments, have worked out proposals
for the realization of the objec-
tives stated by the President
Pending the outcome of current
discussions with our Allies on
this subject, these proposals can-
not be published. I wish, how-
ever, to state categorically that
these proposals are as forthright
and far reaching as the objectives
announced by the President
which they are intended to im-
plement. They provide for the
punishment of German leaders
and their associates for their re-
sponsibility for the whole broad
criminal enterprise devised and
executed with ruthless disregard
of the very foundation of law
and morality, including offenses,
wherever committed, against the
rules of war and against minority
elements Jewish and other groups
and individuals.^________
MURDERED PEOPLE
STRUGGLEJN DEATH
Moscow (JTA>Although the
Germans murdered tens of thous-
ands of Jews whom they deported
to Transnistria, they did not do
so without a struggle, it was dis-
closed in a report made public
here.
The report reveals that in many
towns in Transnistria. which was
the name given by the Nazis to
the section of the Soviet Ukraine
held jointly by German and Ru-
manian troops, armed Jewish in-
surrections took place. In the
towns of Smotrichi. Gusiatin.
' Staraya-Uschitsa and Dunuyevtsy
all in the Kamenetz-Podolsk area,
groups of young Jews harrassed
, the Germans, and. in some cases.
I engaged in pitched battles with
them.
SNOW AND ICE RARE
PALESTINESPECTACLE
Jerusalem (JTA)-The citv of
Jerusalem and its environs this
week presented a rare picture 01
snow and ice following a snow-
fall preceded by storm and rain
Residents of Jerusalem, who
seldom see. snow, awoke one
morning to find the roofs of their
houses, of towers and mosques
covered with a thick ?
snow, while the entire road from
Hebron to Ramalla was made en-
tirely impassable by flood waters,
compelling the High Commission-
er to interrupt his tour of North-
ern Palestine. _..*
Palestine has not had so much
rain for over a decade. The total
quantity of rain, which averages
annually about WflS
has already reached over MWU
millimeters. Jewish settlers in the
agricultural colonies fear that
the abundance of rain will ad-
versely affect crops. In some re-
gions crops are reported to have
already damaged.
sovieTembassy
MAKES REPORT PUBLIC
Washington (JTA)The Soviet
Embassy here this week made
public a report of the Extraordi-
nary State Committee, detailing
mass slaughters and other crimes
of German invaders of Lithuania,
including the destruction of num-
bers of famous Jewish cultural
institutions. The report includes
statements of eyewitnesses telling
how foreigners including Jew
were executed at various places.
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1945
*'Jewlstifit*Mian
PAGE SEVEN
^-r.TEB MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami JewUh Federation
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SERVICE
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PARADE!
Burton Kahn Is Given
The Bror\ze Star Medal
Back home after active duty
, .he European theatre of war.
' Coxswain 3/c Howard Lerine
who is spending his twenty-one
daV leave with his parents. Mr
and Mrs- ',rKc Levine. 625
Michigan Ave.
Honorably discharged from the
Army after participating in two
m^ions in the Pacific theatre
's A rid Lev. of 1756 S. W 12th
?veLev returned to the States
December from New Guinea
.,D(f was assignedto Finney Gen-
rll Hospital, in Thomasville. Ga..
prior to Ins returning here.
Mus. 1 c Sol Blumenkrani. U.
S Navy, is spending a two-week
furlough here with his parents,
Mr and Mrs. William Blumen-
kranz, 1320 Ocean Dr.. Miami
Beach. Hi' has served a year in
the South Pacific and is await-
ing reassignment at the comple-
tion of lus leave. ...
A younger brother, Howard is
receiving Air Corps training in
Texas.
Fliqht Officer Jerry Lerine is
spending his leave with his par-
ents Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levine,
311 N. E. 28th St., before going
overseas. Accompanying him are
his wife Gloria and their infant
son who will spend the duration
here with the Levines.
Quartermaster Harold Lerinaoti
has arrived in the Philippine Is-
lands, his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Levinson, 1906 S. W. 21st
St., have learned.
Another son, Molvin. recently
graduated from Miami Senior
High School and is attending the
University of Florida in Gaines-
ville.
I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S
CALENDAR
Fifty combat missions over oc-
cupied Europe have been com-
pleted by lit Lt. Donald A. Solo-
mon. Miami first pilot of a 15th
AAF Flying Fortress.
Lt. Solomon, who wears the Air
Medal and three Oak Leaf Clus-
ters, is a veteran of bombing at-
tacks on Nazi targets in Germany.
Austria, Italy, and the Balkans.
including the famous raid on the
Ploesti oil refineries.
He won the Distinguished Fly-
ing Cross after an attack on the
Blechhammer refineries in Ger-
many. Although his plane was so
badly damaged by flak that it
later was salvaged, he brought
Hae*r i
rMs'-uaaton Group. 8 p. m., Miami
Bracti TM A YHA. Chaplain Carl I.
Miller.
Taasday:
dirar rehearwvl, 8 p. m., Miami Beach
Jew-lab Community Center, 1416 Eu-
clid Ave.. Cantor Emanuel Barken.
VTolmxMlay:
Weeatery Hrbrrw. 7:30 p. m. Mi-
ami Beach TM & YHA; Study Group.
"The Reconstruction!^ Movement."
9 p. en., Miami Beach YM & WHA.
Chaplaia Saul Kraft.
Friday:
Sabbath Services. 8 p. m.. Chaplain
Saul Kraft, Miami Beach YM &
WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller.
Polndana Hotel. 1566 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach: JWB Ones; Sbabbat,
refreahmeats served by hostesses
from the Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Chaplain Meyer Mereminsky,
Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field;
JWB Ones Shabbat. refrearoeuts
erred by hostesses from the Miami
Service League.
Satweeri
Servieeraen's Dance, 8 p. ra.. Miami
Beach YM 4k WHA. refreshments
ataead by Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue ; Servicemen'a dance, ( m., Ml-
snlTHt YWHA. 1697 S. W. 5th
St.. refreshments served by Miami
Service League.
Sasntsur:
Servicemen's Dance. Id. m.. Miami
Beaed Jewish Community Outer, re-
freahmeats served by seaior
hostesses.
Corp. Ernest R. Schindler,
USMC, who recently spent a 30-
day convalescent leave with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Schind-
ler, 1536 N. W. 24th Ave, has re-
ported to the naval hospital at
Astoria, Ore.
He recently returned from the
South Pacific whore he saw serv-
ice on Bougainville and Guam.
He wears a Presidential Unit Cit-
ation for taking part in the battle
of Bougainville.
A Miami Beach High school
graduate, Sgt. Sheldon B. Weis-
berg, 20, died Dec. 9 from wounds
suffered while on a patrol mis-
sion in the Southwest Pacific.
The youth entered the Marine
Corps in February. 1943, and
went overseas the following Octo-
ber. He saw action on Guadal-
canal, New Caledonia and the
Russell Islands.
"Sheldon had been given a dif-
ficult assignment to capture some
Japanese who were hiding near-
by," a Marine Corps chaplain
wrote Pfc. Weisberg's mother.
"Without hesitation, he led his
men courageously into the
enemy's nest. In that encounter
during the night, he was fatally
wounded.
He was the son of Mrs. Clare T.
Weisberg, former Miami Beach
resident, now in New York.
PROMOTED
Mitchell Wolfson, former
mayor of Miami Beach and now
serving with the armed forces
in France, has been promoted
to lieutenant colonel, word was
received here this week.
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Cpl. Nathan Levine, 33, of New
York City. On Guam. Has re-
ceived the Purple Heart.
Staff Sgt. Bernard London, 28,
of New York City. Over Austria,
while on a bombing mission. He
is a waist gunner.
Sgt. Dan W. Markowitx. 32. of
McKeesport, Pa. At Anzio. Holds
the Purple Heart.
At a Mediterranean Port.Lt.
Burton S. Kahn, USNR, of Miami
Beach, Fla., recently has been
awarded the Bronze Star medal
for his services as combat loading
officer on the staff of an am-
phibious force commander in the
Mediterranean.
The award, authorized by Vice
Admiral H. Kent Hewitt, USN,
commander of the U. S. Eighth
fleet, was presented here by Rear
Admiral Frank J. Lowry. who led
the naval forces at Anzio and
more recently conducted the as-
sault of a task force in southern
France.
Lt. Kahn has a citation for his
services in the Salerno and Anzio
Pfc. Harry Melnik, 32. of Chi-
cago, 111. In France.
operations and also a letter of
appreciation from the LCT (land-
ing craft tank) type commander
for his services in the southern
France assault. He has been in
the naval service since May. 1942.
Lt. Kahn, nephew of Albert
Kahn, was associated with the
firm of Kahn & Alpert, Inc.. in
Miami Beach in civilian life. Un-
til recently he maintained his
residence in Miami Beach at
1523 West Ave.
Lt. Kahn is a graduate from
the University of Florida, class of
1938. His parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. A. Kahn, reside at the Seward
hotel Detroit, Mich.
TTUxuni
for Rest
I Con VALESCENCl
.ojChronicCases
the ship back to its Italian base
without the loss of a crew mem-
ber.
Son of Mrs. B. Solomon. 930
10th St., Miami Beach, he enlisted
in the Army in 1941; later trans-
ferred to the AAF, and was com-
missioned at Moody field, Ga.. in
June, 1943. Before his assignment
to the Mediterranean theater last
May he served in Panama and
South America.
Ful Out This Coupon and Mat T "WAR RECORDS." Army-
Novy Committee, c/o P. O. Bm 29T3. Miami 18. FlewMa
Name___._______
Home Address..
Birth Date____
^Serial No.
Street
____Birthplace.
City
State
Civilian Occupation-
Date Entry
In Sorvioe____ ____
Crty State
Marital Status----------
Branch of Service.
Dale
-Discharged----------
Rank or Rating-
Full name of nearest kin______
Relationship_________Address
Infermation Transmitted hf___
Telephone number_____________
Pvt Max Okun, 32, of So.
Haven, Mich. In Belgium.
Pfc. Mitchell Rosenberg, 19,
of Cleveland, O. In France, dur-
ing the second (southern) inva-
sion.
Capt. Leroy C. Samuels. 26, of
McKeesport, Pa. In France. He
was with the first wave of as-
sault troops on D day.
Pvt. William H. Sherr, 33. of
Cleveland, O. In France.
Staff Sgt. Stanley Silver. 26. of
San Francisco, Cal. In the Pacific
theatre. Holds a Presidential Unit
Citation, and the Purple Heart.
Ph/M 2/c Morris Silverman, 29,
U.S.N., of Tujunga, Cal. In the
South Pacific. He was on the
Liscombe Bay when he was tor-
pedoed by the Japs and spent
many hours in the water before
being picked up. Holds the Pur-
ple Heart.
KILLED IN ACTION
Chief Ph/M. Benjamin Elkind.
31, of Pittsburgh, Pa. In the South
Pacific.
Lt William G. WeilL 22. of
Abbeville. La. In Italy, while
leading a patrol scouting behind
enemy lines.
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS
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1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE
1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
A. rsouired bv Section 12. Chapter 5598, of the Acts of 1907, I. or one of my
Depute. shaN be at the followinn place, on the date, set opposite each for
the purpo.e of receiving Tax Return, for the year 1945:
Allapattah ..................
Lemon City ...........'
N. W. 62nd St. and 22nd Ave.. .
N. W. 82nd St. and 18th Ave.. .
3240 N. W. 27th Ave...........
Miami Beach................
2217 N. W. 7th St.............
2701 W. Flagler St.............
1228 N. W. Srd Ave.. .., ....
Red Road and Tamismi Trail..
1918 Red Road................
Coral Gables.................
Homestead..................
MIAMI .......... Through"
Saturd
Feb. 20, 1945 10:00 A.M. Andrew Jackson School
Feb. 20. 1945 11:00 A.M. Miami Edison School
Feb. 20. 1945 9:00 A.M. Corner Supply
Feb. 20, 1945 10:00 A.M. Holly's Service Station
Feb. 20, 1945 11:00 A.M. Melro.e Prop. Office
Feb. 21.1945 1:00 P.M. City Hall
Feb. 21.1945 9:00 A.M. Shell Service Station
Feb. 21,1945 10:00 A.M. Waldron Tira Co.
Feb. 21.1945 11:00 A.M. Diamond Barber Shop
Feb. 21.1945 11:00 A.M. Wild Cat Pharmaoy
Feb. 21,1946 9:00 A.M. Jones Grocery Store
Feb. 21.1945 10:00 A.M. City Hsll
Feb. 22. 1946 2:00 P.M. City Hall
Jan. 2.1946 9:00 A.M. 613-516 Court House
April 1,1946 5:00 P.M.
ay 9:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M
I slso wish to remind the taxpayers that it is {WtMMiytl f^ enly.ewe
nitration for homestead exemption, and that is with the County Assessor.
Thf. office will in turn certify the exemption to the various municipalises
after U his Men allowed Applications are to be filed betwean January 1st
2nd April l\t. ft Is ne...ryP however, that personal property return, and
.Sseial exemption forms, such s. widow's, veteran', and di.abl.lty sxemp.
"(one. be filed with the municipality as well as with the County.
Uaalas the orovi.ions of the new tsx Isws relstlng to tangible person and
fnunoible persons? property. It is mandatory that every person, firm, cor-
Lor.tPontru.tee, etc., owning or hsvlno control, management or custody of
t.IJhta personalproperty in the State of Florida, file snnuslly a raturn with
tSJ Tax A?.es.or. The ACt provide, for penaltle. of 10* when the taxpayer
f^l. to file the'w return.. When visiting the above A^tjmi
application* and furnish receipt, for sll returns and applications filed.
Respectfully,
VAN C. KUSSROW.
Acting Assessor of Tax*.
Dsds County. Florids.
> I RVINO
$ir.iiEjii%
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+Je*istfk>rM&
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services announced through Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association are:
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER, Conservative. 1415
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.Kabbalas
ghabbas at 6:15 p. m. Friday evening,
followed by late services ai s:is.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will sneak on
1'aKinE Abraham Lincoln' on the
occasion of Lincoln's birthday. Cantor
Emanuel Barkan and the Center Choir
will chant. Saturday morninc services
at 9 a. m. Kahlii lehrman will preach
on The Weekly Portion of the Law.
and Cantor Barkan will chant the
services. Bible classes will be held at
:, p, m. conducted by Rev. Abramson.
Mincha services at 6 p. m. Mr. and
Mrs Mever Sharofsky will be hosts
at Shalos Seudos at 6:15 p. m. Maariv
to follow. Mr. and Mrs Louis Glasser
wiU be hosts at the AZA-BBG break-
f;ust service Sunday in honor of the
birthday of their twins. Sunday school
.it 10 a. m. _____
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 14th Ave.
Friday services at :30 p. m. Late
KriUay eveninp services at S: 15 p. m.
Annual Scout Sabbath will be ob-
served. Maurice Grossman Will be
?uest speaker. Scouts and their par-
ents are invited. Saturday morning
services at 9 a. m. Mincha. Schalos
Seudos. anil Maariv at 5:15 p. nv
Scha:trei Zedek Talmud Torah. 1848
S. w. 3rd St.Friday evening servli ei
at 6:30 p. m. Late Friday evenl
servi.es at 8:15 i, m. at the Ml
Jewish Orthod- \ Congregation Sat-
urday morninc services at 8:30 a m
at the Talmud Torah. Junto! services
at 10:20 a. m all conducted by the
juniors. Hosu-ss will be Mrs. S K
sky. Schaloa Seudos at 4 p, m. 9
School at 10 a. m. Hebrew School dally
at 4 p. m, Rabbi Simon April will be
in charge.
TEMPLE ISKAEL, 137 N. E. 19th
St.. ReformFriday evening services
at S:15 m. Rabbi Saul Appelbaum
will speak on "The Ear That Heard
Frvedom." Reception sponsored bv the
-Iste.-hood will follow the sei
Saturday morning MrvteM *i^
o'clock. Rahbl Appelbaum will speak
on the Weekly Portion of the Law.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER Con-
servative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beaeh.-
Prlday evening r\
Rabbi Leon Kronish
FBg AY .FEBRUARY 9, i945
CONGREGATION BETH
311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Orthodox.Friday evening services at
P m. Late Mfar night service a
Rabbi Moses Metcheloff Will
speak on the theme: "A Great Lead-
er." Cantor Maurice Mamches will
lead In the communal singing. Satur-
day morning services at and .
Rabbi Mescheloffs sermon topic m
be; "Wife and Children." A Mlnnton-
alre Father and Son rellgrtouB service
will be held at :S0 a m in the t om-
munlty building. Junior Congregation
service at 10 a. m. Shalps Beudoa a<
6 p. m. Mlsrachl installation of of-
ficers Saturday night In the t ommun-
itv building, at v P- m. The program
will close with music and a Malaxe
Malke Sundav School from 10 a. m.
to 12 noon. Dally school from 4 to
7 p. m. __
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID.
135 N. W. 3rd Ave.Lite Friday eve-
ning services at 8:18 p. m conducted
by Rabbi Max Shapiro. His theme -
.1 i isslor will be "We Are a Chosen
IVople." Cantor Abraham Friedman
and the choir will officiate Reception
in the auditorium will follow the
Sl-vicea. During services Saturday
morning prayers for the New Month
,nd pi si prayers for ih.- men i
the aimed forces will be recited Rabbi
Shapiro will speak on the Portion of
the Law. Junior services at 10 30 a. m
<*
Mollie Picon, who will appear
here at the Miami Beach rii^n
School auditorium Sunday eve-
ning as one of a series of artists
presented by the Miami and Mi-
ami Beach "Ys" under their 1945
cultural program.
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FRAane?ew|,,h 0**-.'%:
8H&AV,andBTown "V eonet at
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: ii. in.
MONDAY. FEB. 12: .
Hadassah fwrular meetlnf. "'
National Cardiac Home. D. gapter,
aSS : irty. I P "Y ^r/'lteth
i,,,.,,: -,on of officers. icn
David, S ii in
T BE8B.A1&om?*S "hnlem LodgS and
B 11 Women .s Auxiliary. > p. m.
Greater Miami Jewish Htome of he
Aged, public meetimt. Miami Heach
jfwl*!, Tenter. CIS P m : Majors,
Captains I.un.heon meeting. 6 .
E V.th \v.-, Mrs. .1 Herald l**'";
Adult Choral & Singing So'let>
sponsored by the Bureau of jewiHii
Education in cooperation with the
"T's" and affiliated congregations.
Miami Iteach Jewish Center. 8 p. m.
WEDNESDAY. FEB. 14:
Beth Jacob Adult Institute, s-10 p.
m : Workmen's* Circle Branch 69S.
executive committee meeting. 8:30
p. m; Army-Navy Committee
meeting. 3:0" p. in Federation of-
fice National Cardiac Home. D.
Chapter, board meeting. 10 30 a nv.
reisular meeting. 1:30 p. m.: Civic
Protective Committee meeting. Fed-
eration office, 1:15 p. m ; Miami
Beach Jewish Center Adult Courses
in i,injunction with the Bureau of
Jewish Education and sponsoring
organisations. p. nv
THURSDAY. FEB. IS:
National Children's Cardiac Homo.
Made Chapter, board meeting, 10:30
a. m regular meeting. 2 p. m..
Beach V": Adult Courses spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish ed-
ucation, Beth David and Temple
Israel, Beth David, < p. m.
FRIDAY. FEB. 16:
National Council of Jewish Worn, n,
P um, afternoon.
SATURDAY. FEB. 17:
Miami Beach Jewish Center Sister-
h.....I, bingo game, ** p. m.
SUNDAY. FEB. 18:
Beth Jacob pre-Purlm Concrega-
tlonal affair. Miami Beach High
School audltirlum: Beth Imvid
Purim Ball, t p. m : Initial >;ifts
Dinnei Federation), l^itin (Juarter.
|i m.
OBITUARIES
BERTRAM FRIEDMAN
Bertram Friedman, 40, fouiier
it of the Governor hotel, Miami p?*"'
AlaA s.nn.lv. at KI- u_. a*HCh,
died Saturday at his' home .ft
Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach B !?
-|.,m Detniit seven years ago -5m*
urvlved by his parents. Mr a'na"i'
larry B. Friedman. Services Mn-
eld Monday at Riverside v.mw"(
hapel. with burial In Ml, Nl.i,TWal
h
ch
ten.
HENRY LEVY
Henry l*vy. 79. of 34 W. Fourth o.
Hialeab, died Tuesday In :t homiSi'
lb- cams from Philadelphia "" 1,'
ago. Surviving are four brothers u
eluding Hen, of Miami, and a nenh..
[fa (illbert J. Levy, stationed tSZ
Private services were held at BmH
Funeral home, with burial In Mt tfi?
...melere "
cemetery.
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JACK ATKINS
Funeral services were held PHim
afternoon for Jack Atkins, 37 HJ
West Ave.. who died WedasstS
Services were conducted by Rahw
Max Shapiro at Gordon Funeral hom?
Surviving are his parents, Mr aS
Mrs. Joseph Atkins, and three si*t
Mrs, Harry Stein; Mrs. Calvin Kj
:uid Mrs. Harry Hlmmel. all of Mliun,'
HARRY APPELBAUM
Harry Appelbaum. a member of th.
1'niled States Navy for 2% ytin
passed away last week. Hee npentua
last three years overseas and .
recently assigned to land duty In im,
area He wan a member of the JtflS
War Veterans, Freda Markowlti ot?
and the Ocean View post of the Vet
erans of Foreign Wars. Surviving him
are his wife and a son, Ensign Ber
nard Appelbaum. Services were held
Tuesday afternoon.
JOSEPH ERNST
Joseph Krnst. 929 Michigan Ave
Miami Beach, aged 54 and a resident
here for the past 14 years, peatf
sway February 1st. Rabbi Saul Appel.
baum officiated at services under the
direction of King Funeral Home Ha
leaves his wife, Helen, a daughter
Viola, and a brother, Dr. < >soar Erni'!
SAMUEL SHAPIRO
Samuel Shapiro. 61. 4.16 Ocean Dr,
Miami Beach, died Monday. A csndr
manufacturer of Brooklyn, he came
here In 1942. He is survived bv his
wife, Mrs Hattlo Shapiro, Mital
Beach, a son and four daughters of
Brooklyn. The body was sent to
Brooklyn by Riverside Memorial
chapel.
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MRS. MA1Y SCHRZHNlCt H
Large crowd was in attendance
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night In Sher Memorial hall by
Beth El Sisterhood.
Pennsylvania State College.
Sholom Asch addressed a gath-
ering at Congregation Beth El
following regular services Friday
night.
Sheldon E. Kalmutz, 425 30th
St., has been pledged to the Phi
Sigma Delta fraternity at the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hirsch. Ill
Chase St., have with them for 1
visit their son and daughter-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hirsch,
Jr., of Atlanta, Ga.
The Thomas Berton Ellis Chap-
ter. United Daughters of the Con-
federacy, entertained with a Flor-
ida Centennial tea at the home
of Mrs. Chris Erneston. 217 Al-
meria Rd. Thursday afternoon.
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PAGE H6HT +Je*istfk>rM&£ In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services announced through Greater Miami Rabbinical Association are: MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, Conservative. 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.—Kabbalas ghabbas at 6:15 p. m. Friday evening, followed by late services ai s:is. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will sneak on 1'aKinE Abraham Lincoln' on the occasion of Lincoln's birthday. Cantor Emanuel Barkan and the Center Choir will chant. Saturday morninc services at 9 a. m. Kahlii lehrman will preach on The Weekly Portion of the Law. and Cantor Barkan will chant the services. Bible classes will be held at :, p, m. conducted by Rev. Abramson. Mincha services at 6 p. m. Mr. and Mrs Mever Sharofsky will be hosts at Shalos Seudos at 6:15 p. m. Maariv to follow. Mr. and Mrs Louis Glasser wiU be hosts at the AZA-BBG breakf;ust service Sunday in honor of the birthday of their twins. Sunday school .it 10 a. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 14th Ave.— Friday services at :30 p. m. Late KriUay eveninp services at S: 15 p. m. Annual Scout Sabbath will be observed. Maurice Grossman Will be ?uest speaker. Scouts and their parents are invited. Saturday morning services at 9 a. m. Mincha. Schalos Seudos. anil Maariv at 5:15 p. nv Scha:trei Zedek Talmud Torah. 1848 S. w. 3rd St.—Friday evening servli ei at 6:30 p. m. Late Friday evenl servi.es at 8:15 i, m. at the Ml Jewish Orthod\ Congregation Saturday morninc services at 8:30 a m at the Talmud Torah. Junto! services at 10:20 a. m all conducted by the juniors. Hosu-ss will be Mrs. S K sky. Schaloa Seudos at 4 p, m. 9 School at 10 a. m. Hebrew School dally at 4 p. m, Rabbi Simon April will be in charge. TEMPLE ISKAEL, 137 N. E. 19th St.. Reform—Friday evening services at S:15 !• m. Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will speak on "The Ear That Heard Frvedom." Reception sponsored bv the -Iste.-hood will follow the sei Saturday morning MrvteM *i^ o'clock. Rahbl Appelbaum will speak on the Weekly Portion of the Law. BETH SHOLOM CENTER Conservative. 761 41st St.. Miami Beaeh.Prlday evening r\ Rabbi Leon Kronish %  FBg AY .FEBRUARY 9, i 945 CONGREGATION BETH 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Orthodox.—Friday evening services at P m. Late Mfar night service a Rabbi Moses Metcheloff Will speak on the theme: "A Great Leader." Cantor Maurice Mamches will lead In the communal singing. Saturday morning services at and Rabbi Mescheloffs sermon topic m be; "Wife and Children." A Mlnntonalre Father and Son rellgrtouB service will be held at :S0 a m in the t ommunlty building. Junior Congregation service at 10 a. m. Shalps Beudoa a< 6 p. m. Mlsrachl installation of officers Saturday night In the t ommunitv building, at v Pm. The program will close with music and a Malaxe Malke Sundav School from 10 a. m. to 12 noon. Dally school from 4 to 7 p. m. __„ CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.—Lite Friday evening services at 8:18 p. m conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro. His theme .1 i isslor will be "We Are a Chosen IVople." Cantor Abraham Friedman and the choir will officiate Reception in the auditorium will follow the Sl-vicea. During services Saturday morning prayers for the New Month ,nd pi si prayers for ih.men i the aimed forces will be recited Rabbi Shapiro will speak on the Portion of the Law. Junior services at 10 30 a. m <•* Mollie Picon, who will appear here at the Miami Beach rii^n School auditorium Sunday evening as one of a series of artists presented by the Miami and Miami Beach "Ys" under their 1945 cultural program. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lets. Home*. Hotels Apt. V Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER. Realtor 1448 Wash. Ave.. Ph. 5-5875 140 N. E. 1st Ave.. Ph. 2-5151 GENERAL PAINTING BV BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Qlven J. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. PHONE 3-0i7 If Ns Answer Call 2-5196 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 %  "... and I'll lire like a queen in a house that takes care of itself. I T'S A DREAM, of course! Even your home of tomorrow won't completely "run itself"! But i' will be easier to manage, more fun to live in than any house you ever hoped for! In fact, here are a few of the things which engineers in the laboratories of the Gas industry are planning for you ritht now. AN AtUrtAI-KOUND PflFECT CtlMATf — Your new Gas air-conditioning system will keep your home warm in winter, cool in aummer... give you fresh, clean, balanced air at a moment's notice — all from one simple, compact unit operated by the spotless fuel GAS. A WOMOCt UTCMM Marvelouslj cool, marrelously clean — when • new Certified Performance Gat range, equipped with new heal controls, will not only give you "precision cooking"... but better meals ... with less drudgery! HOT WATER GAIORE Your new automatic Gas water-heating system will give you oceans of hot water whenever you want it — make all housekeeping easier. MAOIC REFRIGERATION Your new silent Gas refrigerator, with greater storage facilities, will make it easier to keep all kinds of food fresh longer meats, vegetables, even frozen foods ... will save you hours of marketing time, give your family greater variety. Our dreams of a better world are indeed coining true. It is a world worth planning and saving for with every War Bond you can buy. Remember ... Gas today speeds war production. Use it wisely Tomorrow it will bring you new ease, new leisure, better living. HAGK fLAMC THAT rVrU MKHTEN YOU* rVTWf PEOPLES Hollywood COMP Miami Beach FR Aan e ?ew |, h 0**-. !" '%: 8 H&A V, and B Town "V eonet at SSSTl BeaChTnlor High School. • : ii. in. MONDAY. FEB. 12: „ Hadassah fwrular meetlnf. %  "' • National Cardiac Home. D. gapter, aSS : irty. I P "Y ^r/'lteth i,,„,.,,: -,on of officers. icn David, S ii in T B E8 B. A 1&om?*S "hnlem LodgS and B 11 Women .s Auxiliary. •> p. m. • Greater Miami Jewish Htome of he Aged, public meetimt. Miami Heach jfwl*!, Tenter. CIS P m : Majors, Captains I.un.heon meeting. 6 E V.th \v.-, Mrs. .1 Herald l**'"; Adult Choral & Singing So'let> sponsored by the Bureau of jewiHii Education in cooperation with the "T's" and affiliated congregations. Miami Iteach Jewish Center. 8 p. m. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 14: Beth Jacob Adult Institute, s-10 p. m : Workmen's* Circle Branch 69S. executive committee meeting. 8:30 p. m; Army-Navy Committee meeting. 3:0" p. in Federation office National Cardiac Home. D. Chapter, board meeting. 10 30 a nv. reisular meeting. 1:30 p. m.: Civic Protective Committee meeting. Federation office, 1:15 p. m ; Miami Beach Jewish Center Adult Courses in i,injunction with the Bureau of Jewish Education and sponsoring organisations. p. nv THURSDAY. FEB. IS: National Children's Cardiac Homo. Made Chapter, board meeting, 10:30 a. m regular meeting. 2 p. m.. Beach V": Adult Courses sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish education, Beth David and Temple Israel, Beth David, < p. m. FRIDAY. FEB. 16: National Council of Jewish Worn, n, P %  um, afternoon. SATURDAY. FEB. 17: Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterh I, bingo game, ** p. m. SUNDAY. FEB. 18: Beth Jacob pre-Purlm Concregatlonal affair. Miami Beach High School audltirlum: Beth Imvid Purim Ball, t p. m : Initial >;ifts Dinnei Federation), l^itin (Juarter. |i m. OBITUARIES BERTRAM FRIEDMAN Bertram Friedman, 40, fouiier IT of the Governor hotel, Miami p?*"' AlaA s.nn.lv. at KIu_. a *HCh, died Saturday at his' home .ft Sheridan Ave.. Miami Beach B „ !? -|.,m Detniit seven years ago -5 m urvlved by his parents. Mr a n a"i' larry B. Friedman. Services Mn eld Monday at Riverside v. m w ( hapel. with burial In Ml, N l .i„,T Wal h ch ten. HENRY LEVY Henry l*vy. 79. of 34 W. Fourth o. Hialeab, died Tuesday In :t homiSi' lbcams from Philadelphia "" 1,' ago. Surviving are four brothers u eluding Hen, of Miami, and a nenh.. [fa (illbert J. Levy, stationed tSZ Private services were held at BmH Funeral home, with burial In Mt tfi? ...melere •"• cemetery. A good buy Is a War Bond. Buy now and you will be paid later —S4.00 for every $3.00. JACK ATKINS Funeral services were held PHIM afternoon for Jack Atkins, 37 „ HJ West Ave.. who died WedasstS Services were conducted by Rahw Max Shapiro at Gordon Funeral hom? Surviving are his parents, Mr aS Mrs. Joseph Atkins, and three si*t Mrs, Harry Stein; Mrs. Calvin KJ£ :uid Mrs. Harry Hlmmel. all of Mliun,' HARRY APPELBAUM Harry Appelbaum. a member of th. 1'niled States Navy for 2% ytin passed away last week. Hee npentua last three years overseas and %  recently assigned to land duty In IM, area He wan a member of the JtflS War Veterans, Freda Markowlti ot? and the Ocean View post of the Vet erans of Foreign Wars. Surviving him are his wife and a son, Ensign Ber nard Appelbaum. Services were held Tuesday afternoon. JOSEPH ERNST Joseph Krnst. 929 Michigan Ave Miami Beach, aged 54 and a resident here for the past 14 years, peatf sway February 1st. Rabbi Saul Appel. baum officiated at services under the direction of King Funeral Home Ha leaves his wife, Helen, a daughter Viola, and a brother, Dr. < >soar Erni'! SAMUEL SHAPIRO Samuel Shapiro. 61. 4.16 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, died Monday. A csndr manufacturer of Brooklyn, he came here In 1942. He is survived bv his wife, Mrs Hattlo Shapiro, Mital Beach, a son and four daughters of Brooklyn. The body was sent to Brooklyn by Riverside Memorial chapel. ,0** s2*e TOGUST BROS Ry f f~ Is the OF.ST? I Palm Beach Notes MRS. MA1Y SCHRZHNlCt H Large crowd was in attendance at the card party staged Sunday night In Sher Memorial hall by Beth El Sisterhood. Pennsylvania State College. Sholom Asch addressed a gathering at Congregation Beth El following regular services Friday night. Sheldon E. Kalmutz, 425 30th St., has been pledged to the Phi Sigma Delta fraternity at the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hirsch. Ill Chase St., have with them for 1 visit their son and daughter-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hirsch, Jr., of Atlanta, Ga. The Thomas Berton Ellis Chapter. United Daughters of the Confederacy, entertained with a Florida Centennial tea at the home of Mrs. Chris Erneston. 217 Almeria Rd. Thursday afternoon. rws-ievwwvwwww^ +^^^^^**^* C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Rood. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. Ft. Lauderdale AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. ALFAR CRleiMERY CO FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICC CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES VSSOM^c N.HOIMIIW Famous Southern Oabtat Pw MB (IJUU ducts cad Ioa urssm. 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A ihdlie\wiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun t^-THE JEWISH UNITY Iami THE JEW I SH_WE VOLUME 18-NUMBER 6 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS HEAD SITOH A distinguished visitor to Florida is Mrs. Irma L. Lindheim. of Palestine and New York an outstanding women's Zionist leader. who arrived in Miami this week. -I Mrs. Lindheim. noted author, traveler and lecturer, is the former president of Hadassah, | the Women's Zionist Organization of America. The pur; pose of her visit is to stimulate interest in and enlist | support for the establi shment in Palestine of the Weizmann Institute of science, a scientific research program announced on November 27, 1944, as a tribute of American Jewry to Dr. Chaim Weizmann, a renowned scientist and Zionist leader, on the occasion of his seventieth birthday. The program, which involves an investment of three million dollars, aims at the establishment in Rehovoth, Palestine of an institute which will comprise four departments of research, devoted to: physical chemistry; pharmacology and chemotherapy; plastics and nutrition. Edmund I. Kaufmann, of Washington, D. C. and Hollywood, Fla., is president of the American Committee for the Chaim Weizmann Scientific Institute, and Samuel Zcmurray, president of the United Fruit Company, New Orleans. La., is chairman of the board of directors. Mrs. Lindheim has just returned from a six-months trip to England, where she headed the campaign for the Jewish National fund, the official land buying agency for Palestine. She is the author of "The Immortal Adventure," recording her first trip to Palestine in 1925. Long a leader in the Zionist move. ment, and was president of Hadassah from 1926 to 1928. In 1933, after many visits to Palestine, she made her home there. She helped introduce playground and recreational work, tostered the publication of the first magazine edited by Jews and Arabs in Haifa and created Palestine fellowships to permit American college youths to visit the Jewish homeland. 10 OBSERVE WEEK 1 flf le .u we,,th annual celebration oi Brotherhood Week is sponsored rL .? National Conference of ^•hruitians and Jews during the *eek of February 18 to 25. an ^ tters requesting cooperation and assistance in the observance W. 'L s ent t0 schools, col3 S P T A s cl "b leaders. Florida 1 citizens throughout The theme for the week is "In Peace as in war—teamwork." ar* ^ lami the Honorable LeonnVL,*", Thomson will proclaim brotherhood Week and will act si£ enera L Chairman of the pburi?h c M The Bond RaU yre u Hm,L h S ld on February 17 will be hSftfl t0 the them eA Brotherfr^ Ba n S uet for members and th t l 1 the MUmi R und Table, £e Army Air Fdrcei. commandBJSWtai will be held at the M'ami Woma n's C lub. February (CONTINUED ON MQI •) Greater Miami Jewish Federation' Takes Stand In Fund Raising At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Tuesday, February 8, the following resolutions reaffirming Federation's established stand on fund-raising and planning were passed: There should be only one community-wide fund-raising drive for Jewish charitable and communal purposes during any one year, and such fund-raising drive should be the annual Federation Campaign. All Jewish organizations seeking funds are invited to clear with Federation, with the understanding that if the projects sponsored by any organization cannot be included in the Federation Campaign, and are found to be meritorious such organizations then have a free hand to conduct their own campaign, at a time and in a manner not calculated to interfere with the community's annual Federation campaign. In view of the tremendous importance of Federation's drive to raise funds for local, national and overseas work, the major part of which funds actually go toward saving Jews from death and rehabilitating them, Federation condemns any fund-raising drive which interferes in any way with Federation's regular campaign. Any appeal for funds occurring during the months of February, March or April, 1945, will conflict with and hinder Federation's drive and may actually cost Jewish lives. Federation, as the only community-wide Jewish organization in Greater Miami emphasizes through its legally elected directors that the needs of the entire Jewish community, whether locally, nationally, or overseas, take precedence over the needs of any one specialized local group. It affirms that any local group, by consulting with and cooperating with Federation, can arrive at mutually beneficial answers to problems of fund-raising and planning. FEW JEWS AMONG PEOPLE J.T.I WELLES PLEADS FOR NATIONAL RIGHTS BILL New York (JTA)—An International Bill of Rights, which would guarantee the fundamental rights of life and liberty to every individual of every race and creed in all countries of the world, should be made an integral part of an international organization of nations, it was stated here last night by Sumner Welles, former Under-Secretary of State, addressing the New York chapter of the American Jewish Committee at a dinner at the WaldorfAstoria Hotel. RESOLUTIONS ARE ADDPTEDBYA.J.C. IT N. I New York (JTA)—A series of resolutions on peace and post-war problems, including the Palestine problem, abrogation of Nazi antiJewish legislation, repatriation of refugees, outlawing of antiSemitism, and post-war migration, were adopted here bv the executive committee of the American Jewish Committee at a meeting in the Hotel Waldorf Astoria, in lieu of the cancelled 38th annual meeting of the organization. Presided over by Jacob Blaustein, chairman of the executive committee, the meeting heard a number of reports, including one on peace problems presented by Judge Joseph M. Proskauer. president of the American Jewish Committee, and one by George Z. Medalie. chairman of the overseas committee of the organization. The committee endorsed the statement and urged "the adoption and enforcement" of the policy of the State Department in regard to the punishment of Axis criminals and their associates, which calls for "the punishment of German leaders and their associates for their responsibility for the whole broad criminal enterprise devised and executed with ruthless disregard of the very foundation of law ana morality. including offenses, wherever committed, against the rules of war and against minority elements, Jews and other groups, and individuals." BE PRESENTED IT BEAGR0NFEB.11 Molly Picon, outstanding Jewish comedienne, will be presented by the Miami and Miami Beach "Ys" on Sunday evening. Feb. 11, at the Miami Beach Senior High School auditorium starting at 8 p. m., in a "cavalcade" of scenes written for her by her husband, Jacob Kalich, who shares the responsibility for her tremendous success. She will be accompanied at the piano by Eva Franklin. Molly Picon has made people laugh all over the world. Laughter, she describes, as the spark which ignites both performer and audience; the common bond of theatregoers the world over. She learned Yiddish in Warsaw in order to play in New York; in New York she acquired French to play in Paris. Moscow liked her Negro spirituals, and Johannesburg was delighted with her songs in Boers. London admired her Piccadilly accent. She made a hit with the Yiddish Gauchos in Mosesville, Argentina, and got along very nicely with a smattering of Spanish, Hebrew, Russian, Polish and Italian in Antwerp, Vienna. Prague. Bucharest, Tel Aviv, and Rio de Janeiro. CARPATHIAN JEWS RELEASE D BY RUSSIA Jerusalem (JTA) — Reports reaching here establish that among the Jews liberated by the Russian Army in Hungary are 10,000 from the Carpathian section of the country which formerly belonged to Czechoslovakia and which may now become a part of Soviet Ukraine. Many of the rescued Carpathian Jews in partisan units which fought the Germans in Hungary. Others had been living in the woods for months to escape deportation by the Germans to extermination camps in occupied Poland. Nineteen Jews who recently arrived here from Rumania have joined the Jewish Brigade. DELEGATE OF OSE ON WAY TO WAR SAW New York (JTA)—A special delegate of the World OSE Union. Dr. A. Rosenbluth, is now en route to Warsaw and Lublin with the permission of the Russian and the Polish authorities, it was revealed here by the American Committee of the OSE, the Jewish Health Society (Tez) there. By agreement with the Lublin authorities, a unit of physicians, nurses and social assistants, will soon proceed to Poland. By JOHN MYERS Warsaw ( JTA)—About 3.000 Jews are among the 30,000 surviving men and women of Warsaw, the correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency established upon his arrival in this battered city. The plight of these'Jews baffles description and their number is increasing as Jewish survivors arrive from neighboring townships. A local Jewish committee is functioning, and is doing its best to provide food for the needy Jews from the 124 soup kitchens which have been established to feed the hungry population. Most of these kitchens are located in the Praga section of Warsaw. Escorted by Colonel A. Finkelstein of the Polish Army in a tour throughout the debris of Warsaw, I found all houses in the ghetto leveled to the ground. Not a single synagogue building remaining in the city which had dozens of synagogues before the outbreak of the war. No trace is left of any of the streets which were thickly populated with Jews in pre-war time and which were formed into a ghetto soon after the occupation of the city. While all buildings in the ghetto are completely destroyed, the brickwall of the ghetto, ten feet high and surmounted by barbed wire, remains, strangely enough, intact. The surviving Jews live in basements beneath the ruins, which is also the case with the surviving non-Jewish population. They do not even have candles for light. The food which they get from the free kitchens is black bread and a plate of soup. No sugar and milk is available in Warsaw. JOE E. LEWIS ACREED TO BE ON 'NIGHT OF STARS* Comedian Joe E. Lewis joined the growing list of theatrical big "names" who have volunteered their services for the "Night of Stars"—the Heroes Phone Fund benefit which will be held at the Beach theater, Lincoln road. Feb. 21, and which is expected to raise $25,000. The committee in charge of recruiting talent, headed by William Brandt, theater chain executive, said today that by the list would include many top flight stage, screen and radio stars. The ticket committee, headed by Herbert E. Scher, revealed that even before the scale of prices was announced the committee had received $6,000 in subscriptions. Reservations may be secured by phoning 3-6444, extension 812, and giving your ticket order. Checks should be made payable to the "Night of Stars." Reservations may also be made in person at Radio Station WIOD on the fourth floor of The News Tower. A ticket booth is now open at the Beach theater for the convenience of Beach residents wishing to make purchases there. Members of the B'nai B'rith men's lodge and women's auxiliary and the National Council of Jewish Women sponsors of the affair are assisting with clerical duties at WIOD. All $5 and $10 tickets for the "Night of Stars" have been soldLodz, Poland (JTA)—Of the 250,000 Jews who resided in Lodz before the war, and the tens of thousands who were sent here from all parts of occupied Europe, only 800 survive, the correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency found upon arriving in this industrial center. From survivers I learned that the Germans had sent almost 70,000 Jews from Lodz to the death camp of Oswiecim since (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) RED GROSS FOR FUNDS E L Red Cross 1945 War Fund quota for Dade County is $520,0QO. and the annual drive for funds to carry on the work of the Red Cross overseas and on the home front will start March 1. This announcement was made by H. H. Hyman and James E. Fussell. co-chairmen of the Dade County Red Cross War Fund Committee. "Need for Red Cross services during the coming year is the greatest in the history of the organization." declared Mr. Hyman who stated that there is no conceivable turn the war can take which will lessen the need for Red Cross services. Quoting from a letter received this week from the Hon. Basil O'Connor, chairman of the American National Red Cross. Hyman stated that the national goal for 1945 Red Cross Wax Fund was $200,000,000. In Dade County and in every other county in the nation, the Red (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)



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rpmAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1945 QTOJO, J. Talianott Exec^rYWrsct*** AJ>X. A jury of 12 men in Federal murifound Rev. Joseph Jeffers. Sias Joseph Doubleday of King. dom Temple. Los Angeles, Ru.lty ? stealing his former spouses r and "ransportinK it to Miami. On Saturday. February 3. Judge Tohn W. Holland sentenced Jeffers to Federal prison for a term n f 4 years. In retrospect, it seems more than a mere coincident that this nrraeher of anti-Catholicism and S&tism should ultimately Z shorn of robes of respectability and stand convicted as a com-, m0 Let th us Cf iook into Jeffers' past. John Boy Carlson, author of • 'ndcr Cover.' and a recent lecturer m Miami, made these references to the self-proclaimed reincarnated Messiah. "Hate, which knows no boundary, flourished in the Kinfidom Temple, Los Anecles under Pastor Joseph Jeffers who had taken a postgraduate course in 'applied Christianity' in Germany and Italy in 1938. Jeffers' pro-Nazi preachments were evident upon his return to the U S in 1938, when he boasted to reporters that he had spoken with Mussolini and Goebbels personally. His special apepal was based on denunciation of Catholics and Jews. His followers, in the words of Carlson, "were treated to a combination of politics religion, anti-Catholicism and' 'shrieking Americanism.' Jeffers was also addicted to a strange new cult initiated by William J. Cameron, Henry Ford's public relations council, known as the Anglo-Saxon Federation. Its 'teachings' were a combination of bigotry and superstition based on a wishful and distorted interpretation of the Bible." Interestingly, while Jeffers fervently advocated belief in "Yahweh." his South California radio programs and public meetings were utilized intensively for the solicitation of funds or, as he would express it. "love offerings." In 1940 his following was considerably lessened by publicity attendant upon his trial on morals charges. To judge from his history during the ensuing 5 years, Jeffers was determined to carry on his crusade of hate and bigotry so long as there was a sufficient number of unwitting dupes who would make it profitable. EVENTS TO COME began to cast their shadow on the transgressor. Mrs. Jeffers filed suit for divorce in 1943 charging cruelty. Simultaneously, the OPA became interested when she listed as community property such items as two automobiles, thirteen auto tires, five hundred gallons of gasoline and $3,600 worth of groceries. The Los Angeles Times of December 1, 1943 then reported that Jeffers was charged by an elderly couple of inducing them to sell their home and turning over to him $3,800 by representing that he intended to build a new Jerusalem and take them with him to Zion. Apparently, the inclement climatic conditions prevailing in Calfiornia prompted Jeffers to head for Florida, taking his exwife's car to make the sojourn with four disciples. A Los Angeles news item of April 13, 1944 appropriately reads, "Florida climate too hot for Rev. Jeffers— lands in clink." To face Florida climatic condition. Jeffers had developed a new crop of facial foliage that would have made Rasputin jealous. This, however, was the only change in Jeffers, who continued his bigotry preachments pending trial, but found it expedient to adopt the pseudonym of Joseph Doubleday. His talks at the Miami Woman's Clubs ceased when his true identity became known. Quick to offer prognostications of horrible fates to befall the disbelievers in 'Yahweh,' Jeffers predictions reached a new low when a jury of American citizens convicted him of theft. Crime, we know, does not pay. It should be increasingly evident to Jeffers and his ilk that the pickings in the fields of bigotry and other forms of un-Americanism are becoming lean. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer, 1637 S. W. 6th St., have as their house guest Mrs. Barney Gibrich of Chicago who is awaiting the arrival of her daughter Pfc. Laverne Schaffer. Pfc. Schaffer. wife of Melvin Schaffer, was stationed in England with the WAC. ^WWWVMMWWWWMMVWWW^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^' We Specialize in oil branches of Beauty Culture GillO -^Hair Stylist 1057 Washington Ave. Phone 5-1730 Miami Beach A CHASE FEDERAL HOME LOAN Offers You • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments • No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) • No Charge for Prepayment IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE jpfcu 1111 Lincoln Road Yi Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL *iat*flftjfcr*/fe#? PACB JIVE Mrs. Samuel Sapiro Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, chairman of the annual Youth Aliyah donor luncheon sponsored by the Miami Chapter of Hadassah, announces that all is in readiness for the affair schduled for Monday, February 12, at 12:30 p. m. in Ciro's Restaurant, 1827 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. An elaborate and interesting program has been planned, the chairman stated. London Arms Hotel 727 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Finest Kosher Cuisine Open to the Public Phone 5-1264 TO OBSERVE WEEK OF .5. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) 22 at 6:30 p. m. in observance of Brotherhood Week. The National Conference of Christians and Jews invites the cooperation of churches and synagogues, schools and colleges, veterans posts, the press and radio and every form of community organization in the observance of Brotherhood Week. The message must be built into the programs and activities of existing organizations and institutions so that the largest part of the population will be reached. Information is available without cost from the Florida Area Office, 1008 Security Building, Miami 32, Florida. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. LEGAL NOTICES NOT1CH IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GOULDS BARGAIN STORE at c.oll.DS, KIJA. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LIRBY STERLING 2/9-16-23 3/2-9 ANHfUSIH-BUSCH Budweisei TRAD* MASK SSO. U. S. 'AT. Off. EVERYWHERE Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS When You Think of Real Eetate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR KM Lincoln Rea< Phono 5-47 Dependable, Conscientious Service Unwanted Hair Removed In the Newest and Speediest Method Known —Short Wave Radio FrequencyAll Work Guaranteed Physicians Endorsement IRENE GOODMAN 530 Lincoln Road Phone 68-997 DRINK mm VITAMIN DRINK Mod* From Freeh PHILIP STEIR Wishes to announce to his host of friends that he now owm and operates the Blackstone Pharmacy at 850 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Phone 5-4925 He will carry a full line of Parke & Davis. Lilly, Squibb, Lederle. Abbott and Upjohn Vitamins and dispensing medicines. Associated with him in the Rx department is JACK LEON JABLO a graduate of the Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy. A pharmacist with 12 rears of experience VISIT OUR MODERN SODA FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE PHILIP STEIR AND BILL ENGEL Owners DRINK PLENTY OF C/^ripure Water DELIVERED TO TOUR HOME s-GALlOM BOTTLt E Oc CASE OF SIX N TABLE BOTTLEi 7 5c Plus Bottle Deposit PHONE 2-4128 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEW that the undersigned, desiring to encage in business under the fictitious name of BUI-VET LUNCH at 16 W. Flagler St., Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NATHAN COHEN NETTIE COHEN Partners LEON KAPLAN Attorney for Applicants 1/26 2/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of The Standard Detective Bureau at Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HENRY MILLER 1/26 2/2-9-16-23 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, Flortnw. ISAAC EMMHR MYERS A HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant. 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE LAWRENCE APARTMENTS at 642 N. E. 82nd Street, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, FtorMfo^c. ralEDMf N FRANCES FRIEDMAN MYERS A HEIMAN Attorneys 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 JACK'S PLACE at 8386 Douglas Road. Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F1 rlda HENRY STRUDEL ^ HYMEN M1CHAELSON SILVER, KAPLAN DEITZ Attorneys for Applicants 1/2-9-16-8* 8/8 NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to line go in business under the floitltloss sum of JACK RICHARD I 'ISTKIBUTlNw CO., 46 N. W. 1st Street, Miami. #* % • Intend to register the said name wBh the Clerk of the Circuit Court mt DaBe County, FlorldaS. LANDY SILVER. KAPLAN A DIETE, Attorneys for Applicants 1/12-19-26 2/2-9 NOTICE 13 HEREBY OTVUN that the undersigned, desiring; to engago In business under the fictitious name of HELENE HOTEL, at 108* 18th Street, Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ef Dade County, Florida. ROSE COKBN MYERS A HEIMAN Attorneys 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 WOODY'S RESTAURANT at 1309 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida Intend to register said ruj/ne with the Clerk of the Cirouit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK EISENSTAT FRANK S. KAOAN MURRAY DOUCHJCBBS DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for applicants. 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage Is business under the fictitious name of TICONA MERCANTILE CO. at 343 S. W. N. River Dr.. Miami. Fhu Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY TI8CHLBR KATE TISCHLER SILVER. KAPLAN A DIEJTZ Attorneys for Applicants 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 88767 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-wlt: Lots 1 A 2. Block 1. Amended Pmt of Granada Place, a Resub.. Ptst 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. 8. Robertson. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 21st day of February, AD. 194S. Dated this 17th day ef January. A. D. 1948. ^ B LBATHHRMAKi Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Worlda(Clrcult Court Seal) By L. M. JOHNSON D. 1/19-26 2/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flotitlous name of PETER PAN VILLAS at Miami Beach, Fla. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARRY KAYE BETTY KAYE JOE RUBIN ROSA RUBIN 2/2-9-16-23 8/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage to business under the fictitious name of ROSELLE HOTEL at Miami Beach. Fla. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. HARRY KAYE BETTY KAYE ROSA RUBIN 2/2-9-16-28 3/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage to business under the fictitious name ST BOARDWALK SHOPPE at 8704-6 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Fla, tntends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD BEZARK 2/2-9-16-23 8/2 NOTICE IS HERERY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of R A L. CROCKERY at 1S16 N. K 2nd Ave.. Miami. Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LOUIS ROSMAN BERNARD LEVY DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants. 2/2-9-16-2* 8/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOWARD LIQUOR STORE, 206 N. E. 1st Avenue Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GEORGE LEVINE 2/9-16-23 S/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned is engaged in business under the fictitious name of JOHNSTETT FUR MFG., 107 N. B. 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida, and Intend to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. NAT STETTNER PETER JOHNIDES 2/9-16-23 S/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FIXJRIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. at 82 N. E. 26th Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk nf the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. BIG BEAR FOOD STORES, INC., a New Jersey Corporation. 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PAGE SIX *Jewisl>ncridkw FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1945 MIAMI CHAPTER FOR CHILDREN NOW ACTIVE Spurred by the vital program of child rescue and rehabilitation taken on by the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, the Greater Miami Chapter of the Home has begun its work of the New Year. The outstanding success of the Home's 37th annual fund-raising campaign held recently in New York City started the ball rolling, according to Mrs. J. N. Lorber, National President and the Greater Miami Chapter has mapped out a program to carry on with flying colors. In recent years the National Home for Jewish Children has expanded its facilities. In addition to the care of children of tuberculous poor, it has opened its doors to youngsters from all over the country who are suffering from bronchial asthma and other allergic respiratory diseases and for whom hope of cure in their home communities has been abandoned. The amazing success which the Home has had with the pioneering work which it is doing in the relief of these youngsters has. according to Mrs. Lorber, given new ; and greater purpose to the allimportant work of the local auxiliary which works hand in hand with the National Home for Jewish Children and which helps to make the continued work of the Home possible. JEWISH COMMITTEE VISITING IN POLAND Lublin (JTA>—The Central Jewish Committee here this week sent representatives to various parts of newly-liberated Polish territory to register the surviving Jews there and to provide immediate relief for them At the same time, it was revealed here that some of the Jewish children in the Warsaw ghetto who were given shelter by Christians refuse to return to return to their parents because they are Jews. These children do not recognize their parents since they have not seen them for several years. The Central Jewish Committee has establsihed that all Jews in Kielce were murdered by the Germans prior to their retreat U. S. GOVERNMENT WOULT*PUNISH GUILTY Washington (JTA) — The United States Government intends that Axis crimes against their own nationals, such as tne Jewish minority in Germany, shall be punished, it was indicated this week in a statement made by Acting Secretary of State Joseph C. Grew. Referring to declarations made by President Roosevelt calling for punishment of Nazi atrocities, the statement says: "Over the past months officers of the Department of State, in consultation with other departments, have worked out proposals for the realization of the objectives stated by the President Pending the outcome of current discussions with our Allies on this subject, these proposals cannot be published. I wish, however, to state categorically that these proposals are as forthright and far reaching as the objectives announced by the President which they are intended to implement. They provide for the punishment of German leaders and their associates for their responsibility for the whole broad criminal enterprise devised and executed with ruthless disregard of the very foundation of law and morality, including offenses, wherever committed, against the rules of war and against minority elements Jewish and other groups and individuals.^ MURDERED PEOPLE STRUGGLEJN DEATH Moscow (JTA>—Although the Germans murdered tens of thousands of Jews whom they deported to Transnistria, they did not do so without a struggle, it was disclosed in a report made public here. The report reveals that in many towns in Transnistria. which was the name given by the Nazis to the section of the Soviet Ukraine held jointly by German and Rumanian troops, armed Jewish insurrections took place. In the towns of Smotrichi. Gusiatin. Staraya-Uschitsa and Dunuyevtsy all in the Kamenetz-Podolsk area, groups of young Jews harrassed the Germans, and. in some cases. I engaged in pitched battles with them. SNOW AND ICE RARE PALESTINESPECTACLE Jerusalem (JTA)-The citv of Jerusalem and its environs this week presented a rare picture 01 snow and ice following a snowfall preceded by storm and rain Residents of Jerusalem, who seldom see. snow, awoke one morning to find the roofs of their houses, of towers and mosques covered with a thick •? snow, while the entire road from Hebron to Ramalla was made entirely impassable by flood waters, compelling the High Commissioner to interrupt his tour of Northern Palestine. _..* Palestine has not had so much rain for over a decade. The total quantity of rain, which averages annually about W !" flS has already reached over MWU millimeters. Jewish settlers in the agricultural colonies fear that the abundance of rain will adversely affect crops. In some regions crops are reported to have already damaged. SOVIETEMBASSY MAKES REPORT PUBLIC Washington (JTA)—The Soviet Embassy here this week made public a report of the Extraordinary State Committee, detailing mass slaughters and other crimes of German invaders of Lithuania, including the destruction of numbers of famous Jewish cultural institutions. The report includes statements of eyewitnesses telling how foreigners including Jew were executed at various places. Buy War Bonos and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. •, D 1 y ^^^^^^^^^^ w ^i ^ VICTOR HOTEL AND DINING ROOM Ocean Drive at 12th Street Managed and Operated By D. ROSNER PHONE 5-0041 Miami Beach Dietary Laws Strictly Observed fft7&7w""* ^.,„.>>><""" ff 11 yfDVANTAGES j of' |ME FBIIGKU MORTGAGE V • LOW R AT B 8 BASY PAYMENTS LONG TIM* TO PAY PROMPT 81RV1CB A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With You* LOCAL. 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PAGE FOUR 9-JmtsiiHcrfcOar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1945 Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1945 SHEBAT 26, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 6 J.TJ AMERICAN SOLDIERS TEL AVIV Tel Aviv stands high in the graces of the American soldiers in the Mediterranean theatre of war. This is the testimony of the New York Times well-known correspondent Mrs. Anna O'Hare McCormick in her recent series of articles on Palestine and its problems. Mrs. McCormick guotes a soldier from Texas as having said that of all the cities he has seen since leaving the United States, Tel Aviv bears the closest resemblance to his own native town. The New York Times correspondent goes on to say that the presence of so many American soldiers, in Tel Aviv may have a post-war effect. She thinks that many of the Christian soldiers will return to America with sympathies for Jewish Palestine. She says that Tel Aviv is winning them over emotionally to the side of the Jew. Mrs. McCormick's article opens the field to the imagination. We Jews in America have sometimes thought of Palestine's obligation to us. We have raised many millions of dollars to help build up Palestine. But it may be that Palestine will return our investment many fold. It may be that the Tel Avivs of Palestine—the smaller and larger communities—will help "cure" anti-Semitism. Palestine Jewry has ahead y raised the prestige of Jewry at large by what it did in the desert battle of El Alamein, which General Montgomery has described as the turning point of the war. There were some thirty thousand Jewish soldiers of Palestine Jn that desert-fighting, and it was the Jewish general from' Palestine, Brigadier Kisch, who, as head of the British engi-' neering corps in the desert campaign, was responsible for the striking novelty of bringing water to the parched troops by means of his ingenious piping system. The old-time pioneer Zionist used to say that the building up of Palestine would raise the prestige of Jews the world over, while some of the critics of Zionism used to say—and some even say today—that Zionism would only increase the anti-Semitism in the world. But Mrs. McCormick, a Christian lady and a keen student of the international scene, evidently thinks the Zionists were right. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) last August, when the Red Army broke through to the Vistula River. When deportations were no longer possible, the Gestapo murdered Jews in the ghetto itself. As late as January 16. when Russian tanks were already i breaking into the outskirts of the I city, the last batch of victims i we're machine-gunned in the Jewi ish cemetery after being forced to %  dig their own graves. As I walked through the vast barbed-wire-enclosed slum an a a constituted the ghetto he I found many empthy houses in which tables were set for dinner, with the food untouched. The inhabitants had beer. I spoke with Dr. Albert Mazur. a Jewish eye-ear-and-nose specialist, who disclosed details of the five-year martyrdom suffered by the Jews of Lodz. The doctor is the only Jewish physician alive in Lodz. Aside from the de. portations and massacres, which resulted in the death of more than a quarter of a million Jews during the Nazi occupation, about 70,000 died from tuberculosis induced by manutrition, inadequate shelter and clothing and mistreatment, he revealed. Dr. Mazur who visited the United States in 1926 and who has relatives in New York, told me that "in my five years in the ghetto I never hear a single kind word from any German, whether a Gestapo man. a member of the S.S. or ordinary soldiers. The chief of the ghetto administration, he said, was a Herr Bibow. "an out-and-out sadist" who took special delight in stripping and torturing young Jewish girls. The Gestapo chief in Lodz, who supervised the deportations, was named Bradfisch. YOU SHOULD KNOW ... Yes, it's true—the reappearance of Father Charlee E. Coughi as the official leader of an aggressive "America First" movement is all set It will be staged as soon as hostilities cease in Europe Coughlin is relying on strong units of war veterans who were inculcated before they went overseas Former Congressman Hamilton Fish of New York is scheduled to become the executive director of the Eastern isolationist forces, which are mobilizing for the 1946 Congressional elections ... The theme-song of their campaign will be that the United States is governed not by duly elected representatives of the people but by a group of "alien-minded" persons who are opposed to the American Constitution. WITH THE ZIONISTS Maurice Samuel will fly to England early in April, in the interests of the Zionist cause The restrained tone of Arthur Lourie's booklet "Britain and Palestine," published by the American Zionist Emergency Council, should convince the British 1 government that the American Zionist leadership has, for better or worse, accepted the Weizmann line The booklet issued by the Palestine Economic Corporation about its investment activities in Eretz Israel is an eye-opener ... It should be read by all who believe that Palestine is merely an object for charitable donations. FOREIGN AFFAIRS The State Department has confessed to a delegation of Jewish leaders that so far it has discovered no legal basis for the punishment of Nazi crimes against the Jews of Germany ... By the time this column is published Adolf Hitler may be on his way to the Argentine, we're told by one of America's most astute predictors—and we pass it on to you for what it's worth Incidentally, the full story of the incessant growth of antiSemitism in the Argentine has not yet been told publicly .. Those who are in the know realize that the situation is very, very grave Reports from France are far from reassuring FAMILY ANGLES Beatrice Kay, whose great-uncle was Samuel Gompers, founder of the American Federation of Labor, has a very practical approach to her own personal labor problem Beatrice, who has a truck farm in New Jersey and finds it difficult to get regular farm labor, invites the participants and aides of her "Gaslight Gayeties" radio show to the farm for weekends, and then hands them farm implements and persuades them to do their bit The new Sigmund Romberg operetta, "Up in Central Park," is a tremendous hit—but one budding actress who was supposed to make her debut in it left the cast before the show opened Broadway will therefore have to wait a while before it can look over Tony Eden, who in %  L T TT ~ r .i ~~j~ ~ T rjt~ ~F~ ~ l"~ ""' ~"TI private life is Walda Winchell, daughter of Walter ... A new IMew riome or tne uewisn liome tor the Aged ni 9 ht club sinaer te a11 set to make h bid for fame... &•' %  Marilyn Cantor, one of Eddie's progeny—and a little birdie tells us that Marilyn has inherited a great deal of her old man's talent. ABOUT PEOPLE That was a swell gesture on the part of a group of friends of the Nordau family the other night, when they gave a birthday party for Anna Nordau, widow of the great philosopher and leader Distinguished representatives of the Zionist movement paid tribute to this unusual woman who, just turned 83, is so youthfully interested in contemporary affairs ... On this occasion Mrs. Judith Epstein, president of Hadassah, was one of the speakers, although only a few hours earlier she had received the news that her son, a pilot in the Air Force, was reported missing That's the spirit that animates Hadassah We're told that Judge Samuel Rosenman refused an important post offered him by President Roosevelt ... He doesn't like the limelight ... The Soviet engineer who has revolutionized the system of restoring mines damaged by the destructive Nazi hordes is Prof. Joseph Brainin, a relative of the late Hebrew writer Reuben Brainin ... The lecture author Andre Maurois was to give in Montreal was canceled at the last minute—because the local Jews boycotted the event Edward Chodorov, whose "Decision" is listed by critic Burns Mantle as one of the ten best plays of the 1943-44 season, is finishing another drama, and hopes to have it ready for the boards beore tne current season is much older ... If you've acquired the new Menuhin recording of Brahms' Sonata No. 1, and have marveled at the smoothness of the performance of Yehudi and his sister Hephzibah. you'll be interested to know that the I^rtlH? .r\ made 8hortlv af1er to* birt fc Hephzibah's son and that the beautiful pianist insisted that her child and hi* ASTH^SSP her to e "fading "tudio-with the result n LA £ CO f dJa se ssion had to be interrupted several times in order to change the babv's dinr*r An interesting program has been planned by the B'nai B'rith Young Women. Sholem Lodge, for their regular meeting which will be held Tuesday evening. 8 p. m. at the Miami Beach Y., M. W. H. A. The Home for the Jewish Aged announces a community-wide meeting of the organization will take place February 13 at the MiAlfred B. Rosenstein ami Beach Jewish Center. Theo program, beginning at 8 p. m.. will have local rabbis as guest speakers and a group of outstanding artists presenting musical selections. The installation of officers will take place that evening. Alfred B. Rosenstein will be installed as president; Isidore Goldberg, M. H. Frankel and Gus Trau as vice presidents; Joseph Zalis, financial secretary; M. A, Bear, treasurer. Daniel Broad, auditor; Mrs. Phillip Salmon, recording secretary, and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, corresponding secretary. The organization has just purchased property located in Miami at the corner of S. W. 12th Ave. and 4th St., and will announce plans for the renovation and opening of the home in a short while. E STARTDNMARCH BEACH Y WILL HAVE MUSIC, VOICE COURSE A course in Voice Culture and Music Sight Reading will be the newly added attraction on the YM & WHA of Miami Beach program, it was announced by Jack P. Marash. executive director. Cantor Barkan's musical education obtained in Europe and in this country, makes him eminently fitted to give the course, the director stated. He studied under several famous masters, including Dr. Kirshon, of the New England Conservatory, and Dr. M. Held, composer and musician. In addition, Cantor Barkan has written and published several Hebrew liturgical compositions. The first session of the course will meet on February 12 and will continue for fifteen weeks ending on May 21. Because of the nature of the course, registration will be limited and those interested are urged to enroll early. Further information may be !" ? me< L by callin K the YM & WHA office. 5-5319. Visiting with her son, Capt. Maurice Dankoff, of 1005 Brickell Ave., for several months is Mrs Sonya Dankoff, of Rochester. N. Y. The captain is stationed at the Homestead Air Base. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Cross drive for funds will be held during the month of March. Confidence that Dade County n !" C0 !" P lete *s Quota of $520,000 within the time set was expr e ss .1SL by both Hyman and Fussell. This yeari with more Dade County boys and girls in service wounded or prisoners of war we are more conscious of and grateful for Red Cross services which keep our sons, daughters, husbands and other close relatives in good spirits, and indeed in the case of blood plasma and Red cross food packages, actually keep them alive," Mr. Hvrn-m continued. "In the past year the war has come closer to all of us and thousands of letters from men and women overseas teU hem £ m J lle ? wh S* il me them to go to a Red Cross eluh in London or New Guinea or to see a Red Cross clubmobile drive UP to a remote flying IUM T f France to serve hot coffee and doughnuts ,o the crew of a B-24 or B-17, to receive life-giving change the baby's diapers. blood plasma right on the battlefield, or to receive a Red Cross Sir* P f ar el r behind the barbed wire of a German or Japanese prison camp. "waaebe All divisions are getting well 7 A^^ dy & slart work M arch I. Advance gifts, headed bv Sam R. Becker and Major Marvin D n.rT,,V h0 lat,er recently re: turned from service in the South Pacific, will complete their solicitation during February Outing achievement of Red Cross in World War II. Fussell thi 1Cd Red U & £*D?*** opcoJnTd i'n KF138 of war. Red Cross Held dhSS land with invasion forces and pass around cigarettes and comfort articles to men on battleships and to men on battlefields in the thick of the fight. Red Cross workers are on duty a* scores of outposts all over the world, bringing recreation to the able-bodied, giving aid to wounded in hospitals, and giving aid on the home front to families ol fighting men. Over ten million Pints of blood have been collected for the armed forces, millions oi surgical dressings made, and a steady stream ol food parcels %  kept on the way to our men in German and Japanese P"*" camps.



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^mAY FEBRUARY 9, 1945 *Je*ishfhrkikun PAGE THREE BROADCAST Or HaiS Yossky. d}"*" f thfHadda.ah Medical Org.ru"Li ;n Palestine, along with f a other ouUtandina physi*XL wUl participate in a proC '^ entitled "No Victory S ,hout Good Health," or.r 2IK WTOD from 1-1:1$ on Saturday afternoon. BETH DAVE* CONG. TOAMENDLAWS Both David Congregation will hold its regular monthly meeting fn the auditorium Sunday eveSn* at 8 p. m. New amendments T&t "by-laws are on the agenda far the evening. Al Quadow. president! urges all members to be present. BETH DAVID LADIES PLANS PURIM BALL Beth David Sisterhood has completed plans for its outstanding a fair of the year, which will be a Purim ball to be held Sunday. February 18. A variety program of musical entertainment and dancing featuring night club entertainers will be presented at the Moose Temple, where the affair will be staged. Mrs. Isidor Cohen is chairman of the event, assisted by Mrs. Louis Margulies, ticket chairman. MONTGOMERY WAS PROBUS CLUB SPEAKER John Montgomery, publisher of the Miami Beach Tropics, was guest speaker before the Probus Club's weekly luncheon Tuesday. He told the gathering about his recent trip to the inauguration at Washington and talked about the Port Authoriy, of which he is a member. MJOC AUXILIARY TO HOLD PURIM DANCE The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation announces that the annual Purim dance will be staged by the organization February 27 for the benefit of the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, and promises to be an outstanding affair of their season. The Moose Temple will be the scene of the event. A program of entertainment presented. Co-chairmen of the committee in charge include Mrs. Ed Moss. Mrs. Herbert Feldan and Mrs. Sam Blank. Tickets may be obtained at the door. HELP IN BUILDING FUND GIVING BALL PYTHIAN SISTERS MEET TWICE EVERY MONTH Miami Beach Temple No. 43 Pythian Sisters hold meetings second and fourth Tuesdays of every month at 617 Collins Avc. Miami Beach. Visiting members from Sisters Temples are welcome. The first meeting of February will be held on Tuesday evening February 13. at 8:30. Plans for raising money for charity will be formulated at this meeting and members are asked to be present. MUSIC ALLIANCE HEAD WILL LECTURE HERE I. Kormann, secretary of the National Jewish Music Alliance will lecture Sunday. February 11. at 8 p. m. at the Republican Club. 150 N. E. 3rd St.. Miami. Mr. Kornman a well known authority on Jewish music and music in general will have as his topic "A Nation That Sings Will Survive. The organization chorus will appear in a few selections. THE INIMITABLE MOLLY PICON IN A PROGRAM OF SONGS AND CHARACTER IMPERSONATIONS Sunday Evening, Feb. 11th at 8:30 MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ADMISSION $1.00 AND $1.50 INCLUDING TAX Auspices ol Miami and Miami Beach Ys Phone 5-5276 BUG BUSTERS, Inc. 121 FIFTH STREET MIAMI BEACH With a view towards post-war planning, the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood announces that the proceeds of their coming annual supper dance will go to their building fund. The affair will be held at the Hollywood Country Club on Sunday. February 25, commencing at 7:30 p. m. Samuel Zaconick is general chairman. The building committee of the organization includes Martin Wohl, chairman; Nelson Elsasser, treasurer and David Fensterheim. secretary, and reports that as soon as wartime priorities permit, construction of a Center will begin on the three lots donated by Mr. Wohl, in memory of his father. The location is Polk St., near 20th Ave. Present plans of the building include a chapel, a large auditorium, to be used not only by the Center but by other local groups, for banquets, mass meetings, cultural, dramatic and civic activities; also smaller meeting rooms, several classrooms, a fullyequipped kitchen and indoor and outdoor recreational facilities for adult and youth groups. At present, the clubroom of the Jewish Center is located in the Morse Arcade, Hollywood Boulevard. Meetings of the men's group are held the first Monday of each month; meetings of the Ladies' Auxiliary are held the first and third Tuesdays of each month; social evenings are held every Wednesday, under the sponsorship of the Ladies' Auxiliary; religious services are held on Friday evenings by the men's group; and Sunday school classes are held for children in the 6 to 14 year age group, on Sunday mornings from ten to 12 o'clock, under the sponsorship of the Ladies' Auxiliary. Tickets for the supper dance may be obtained from Hayman Tollman, chairman of distribution, at 1112 Tyler St.. Hollywood. Max Young is president of the Center, and Mrs. Sylvia Finckc is president of the Ladies' Auxiliary. PRE-PURIM PARTY WILL BE HELD BY LADIES Temple Israel Sisterhood's February meeting will be a combined birthday and pre Purim party, to be held at Kaplan Hall February 19. Games and refreshments will follow a short business meeting. Visitors are welcome. FINE PROGRAM TO BE AT Y. M. H. A. FORUM Harry Gerstein, chairman of the "Y" Forum Group Committee, announces an interesting subject for the lecture to be held Wednesday evening, February 14, at the Town "Y." Dr. M. Schneer, a retired physician will speak on the subject. "The Influence of the Emotions on Bodily Ills." This is based upon a new field of medical research and the public is invited to attend. If you want Bugs, that's your business If you don't, that's ours Rt'MlOATION FUMIGATION TERMITE CONTROL HODKNT CONTROL. MOTH PROOFING MILDEW PROOFING CHAPLAIN TO BE BE GUEST A T SPIN OZA Chaplain Car! Miller of Redistribution Center will be the guest speaker at the Spinoza Forum, this Saturday afternoon, 3 p. m., under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th St., between Collins Ave. and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Rabbi Miller's topic will be "Political Renaissance of the After the lecture Mrs. M. Shubov will recite from Sholem Aleichem. Next Tuesday evening at 8 p. m., Dr. Morris Schneer of New York will deliver his second lecture in the scries "Know Thyself." BETH JACOB LADIES HAD FINE MEETING A regular meeting of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob took place Wednesday, February 7th. Mrs. Bertha Hirsch, newly electing acting president, conducted the meeting. Committee reports and projects planned were part of the business. Final^ report on the moving picture, "Green Fields," which the Sisterhood will present on February 24th at the synagogue, was heard. Miss Malvina Weiss, chairman of the Dade County Intercultural Religious Committee, was guest speaker. The Bialik Singing Society under the direction of Cantor A. Barkan, presented musical selections. The Singing Society is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. —Buy War Bonds Today— QjOUST BROS R V£ >V !• the BEST' CARDIAC HOME WILL MEET ON FEB. 14 Dade Chapter National' Children's Cardiac Home will hold the next regular meeting Wednesday, February 14, 1:30 p. m. at the YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. Clementine Kemp, president, will be in charge. Plans are now being made for Cardiac Week, February 10-17, at which time, members are asked to give small parties in their homes, donating proceeds to the Chapter. Mrs. Roselyn King, 5-9327, is chairman and asks to be notified of the events. Under discussion at the meeting will be the annual Tag Day, carried out on Miami Beach on Saturday, Feb. 17, through the courtesy of the city council. The ladies will be at various corners with boxes and red hearts, ready to accept any small donation in return for the "Help mend a crippled heart" tag. Volunteer for the occasion are asked to contact Mrs. Jos. Miller. 6-2802. THE ETERNAL LIGHT ON WIOD SUNDAY New York—"Mr. Lincoln and the Rabbi" is the dramatization on "The Eternal Light" Sunday. Feb. 11 (NBC, 11 a. m., WIOD). Guest speaker is Rabbi Bernard J. Bamberger, of the.West End Synagogue of New York. The script by Morton Wishengrad presents a little known episode in the life of Rabbi Benjamin Szold. father of Henrietta S. Szold, president of the Hadassah. Home Cooked Kosher Meals KOP'EL'S 29 N. E. Uth Street. Miami Reasonable Rates for Room and Board. Special attention to private parties. Upton House Cooler Corp. 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fBiDAV^FEBRUARY 9. 1945 *'Jewlstifit*Mian PAGE SEVEN ^-r.TEB MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami JewUh Federation 0Btn QJ xho Iwtoh Wobaro Board Help Us Keep %  Record of Our Men in Service SERVICE .3 I WK w\ ^ f\ r\ PARADE! Burton Kahn Is Given The Bror\ze Star Medal Back home after active duty ,„ .he European theatre of war. Coxswain 3/c Howard Lerine who is spending his twenty-one da V leave with his parents. Mr and Mrs' r K c Levine. 625 Michigan Ave. Honorably discharged from the A rmy after participating in two m^ions in the Pacific theatre 's A rid Lev. of 1756 S. W 12th ? ve L ev returned to the States £ December from New Guinea ., D( f was assignedto Finney Genrl l Hospital, in Thomasville. Ga.. prior to Ins returning here. Mus. 1 c Sol Blumenkrani. U. S Navy, is spending a two-week furlough here with his parents, Mr and Mrs. William Blumenkranz, 1320 Ocean Dr.. Miami Beach. Hi' has served a year in the South Pacific and is awaiting reassignment at the completion of lus leave. ... A younger brother, Howard is receiving Air Corps training in Texas. Fliqht Officer Jerry Lerine is spending his leave with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levine, 311 N. E. 28th St., before going overseas. Accompanying him are his wife Gloria and their infant son who will spend the duration here with the Levines. Quartermaster Harold Lerinaoti has arrived in the Philippine Islands, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levinson, 1906 S. W. 21st St., have learned. Another son, Molvin. recently graduated from Miami Senior High School and is attending the University of Florida in Gainesville. I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S CALENDAR Fifty combat missions over occupied Europe have been completed by lit Lt. Donald A. Solomon. Miami first pilot of a 15th AAF Flying Fortress. Lt. Solomon, who wears the Air Medal and three Oak Leaf Clusters, is a veteran of bombing attacks on Nazi targets in Germany. Austria, Italy, and the Balkans. including the famous raid on the Ploesti oil refineries. He won the Distinguished Flying Cross after an attack on the Blechhammer refineries in Germany. Although his plane was so badly damaged by flak that it later was salvaged, he brought Hae*r i rMs'-uaaton Group. 8 p. m., Miami Bracti TM A YHA. Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Taasday: dirar rehearwvl, 8 p. m., Miami Beach Jew-lab Community Center, 1416 Euclid Ave.. Cantor Emanuel Barken. VTolmxMlay: W e—ea tery Hrbrrw. 7:30 p. m. Miami Beach TM & YHA; Study Group. "The Reconstruction!^ Movement." 9 p. en., Miami Beach YM & WHA. Chaplaia Saul Kraft. Friday: Sabbath Services. 8 p. m.. Chaplain Saul Kraft, Miami Beach YM & WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Polndana Hote l. 156 6 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach: JWB Ones; Sbabbat, refreahmeats served by hostesses from the Miami Beach Service League; Chaplain Meyer Mereminsky, Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field; JWB Ones Shabbat. refrearoeuts %  erred by hostesses from the Miami Service League. Satweeri Servieeraen's Dance, 8 p. ra.. Miami Beach YM 4k WHA. refreshments ataead by Miami Beach Service League ; Servicemen'a dance, ( m., MlsnlTHt YWHA. 1697 S. W. 5th St.. refreshments served by Miami Service League. Sasntsur: Servicemen's Dance. ID. m.. Miami Beaed Jewish Community Outer, refreahmeats served by seaior hostesses. Corp. Ernest R. Schindler, USMC, who recently spent a 30day convalescent leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Schindler, 1536 N. W. 24th Ave, has reported to the naval hospital at Astoria, Ore. He recently returned from the South Pacific whore he saw service on Bougainville and Guam. He wears a Presidential Unit Citation for taking part in the battle of Bougainville. A Miami Beach High school graduate, Sgt. Sheldon B. Weisberg, 20, died Dec. 9 from wounds suffered while on a patrol mission in the Southwest Pacific. The youth entered the Marine Corps in February. 1943, and went overseas the following October. He saw action on Guadalcanal, New Caledonia and the Russell Islands. "Sheldon had been given a difficult assignment to capture some Japanese who were hiding nearby," a Marine Corps chaplain wrote Pfc. Weisberg's mother. "Without hesitation, he led his men courageously into the enemy's nest. In that encounter during the night, he was fatally wounded. He was the son of Mrs. Clare T. Weisberg, former Miami Beach resident, now in New York. PROMOTED Mitchell Wolfson, former mayor of Miami Beach and now serving with the armed forces in France, has been promoted to lieutenant colonel, word was received here this week. WOUNDED IN ACTION Cpl. Nathan Levine, 33, of New York City. On Guam. Has received the Purple Heart. Staff Sgt. Bernard London, 28, of New York City. Over Austria, while on a bombing mission. He is a waist gunner. Sgt. Dan W. Markowitx. 32. of McKeesport, Pa. At Anzio. Holds the Purple Heart. At a Mediterranean Port.—Lt. Burton S. Kahn, USNR, of Miami Beach, Fla., recently has been awarded the Bronze Star medal for his services as combat loading officer on the staff of an amphibious force commander in the Mediterranean. The award, authorized by Vice Admiral H. Kent Hewitt, USN, commander of the U. S. Eighth fleet, was presented here by Rear Admiral Frank J. Lowry. who led the naval forces at Anzio and more recently conducted the assault of a task force in southern France. Lt. Kahn has a citation for his services in the Salerno and Anzio Pfc. Harry Melnik, 32. of Chicago, 111. In France. operations and also a letter of appreciation from the LCT (landing craft tank) type commander for his services in the southern France assault. He has been in the naval service since May. 1942. Lt. Kahn, nephew of Albert Kahn, was associated with the firm of Kahn & Alpert, Inc.. in Miami Beach in civilian life. Until recently he maintained his residence in Miami Beach at 1523 West Ave. Lt. Kahn is a graduate from the University of Florida, class of 1938. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kahn, reside at the Seward hotel Detroit, Mich. TTUxuni for REST I CON VALESCENCl .OJCHRONICCASES the ship back to its Italian base without the loss of a crew member. Son of Mrs. B. Solomon. 930 10th St., Miami Beach, he enlisted in the Army in 1941; later transferred to the AAF, and was commissioned at Moody field, Ga.. in June, 1943. Before his assignment to the Mediterranean theater last May he served in Panama and South America. Ful Out This Coupon and Mat T "WAR RECORDS." ArmyNovy Committee, c/o P. O. BM 29T3. Miami 18. FlewMa Name Home Address.. Birth Date ^Serial No. Street Birthplace. City State Civilian OccupationDate Entry In Sorvioe Crty State Marital Status Branch of Service. Dale -Discharged —Rank or RatingFull name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress Infermation Transmitted hf Telephone number Pvt Max Okun, 32, of So. Haven, Mich. In Belgium. Pfc. Mitchell Rosenberg, 19, of Cleveland, O. In France, during the second (southern) invasion. Capt. Leroy C. Samuels. 26, of McKeesport, Pa. In France. He was with the first wave of assault troops on D day. Pvt. William H. Sherr, 33. of Cleveland, O. In France. Staff Sgt. Stanley Silver. 26. of San Francisco, Cal. In the Pacific theatre. Holds a Presidential Unit Citation, and the Purple Heart. Ph/M 2/c Morris Silverman, 29, U.S.N., of Tujunga, Cal. In the South Pacific. He was on the Liscombe Bay when he was torpedoed by the Japs and spent many hours in the water before being picked up. Holds the Purple Heart. KILLED IN ACTION Chief Ph/M. Benjamin Elkind. 31, of Pittsburgh, Pa. In the South Pacific. Lt William G. WeilL 22. of Abbeville. La. In Italy, while leading a patrol scouting behind enemy lines. >un-RayPark 1 Health Resort HHD roa SOOKUTI MAM • M r'.ACl.tll •• lO' CObT fLOBIC* Devoting Tins Pag* to the CO WEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flaglar St. — K2 Lincoln Rd. JACK C IA YSON PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Aram* MIAMI RUG CO. 1M B. Miami Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 76 s. E. 1st Street I. RUBIN SON6—Oriainal Rubins 145 N. Miami Ai of the Anny-Nerr Committee. Made Possible Throng* the Co-Opoaettoa of ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 17. N. W. Fifth Street RICHTER'S IEWELRY CO.. INC 160 E. Flagler Street M. •— ROTH HAYS ••"rofacturers Agents Longford Bldg. MONTE SELIG Miami, Florida LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln RdMiami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 158 E. FlagUr Street. Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road 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 RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington An., Miami lech In New York :Oth Si. Amstttdim Aft 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE • 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS A. rsouired bv Section 12. Chapter 5598, of the Acts of 1907, I. or one of my Depute. shaN be at the followinn place, on the date, set opposite each for the purpo.e of receiving Tax Return, for the year 1945: Allapattah Lemon City ....... %  • %  • • • N. W. 62nd St. and 22nd Ave.. N. W. 82nd St. and 18th Ave.. 3240 N. W. 27th Ave. Miami Beach... 2217 N. W. 7th St 2701 W. Flagler St. 1228 N. W. Srd Ave.. .., .... •. • Red Road and Tamismi Trail.. 1918 Red Road. Coral Gables Homestead MIAMI • Through" Saturd Feb. 20, 1945 10:00 A.M. Andrew Jackson School Feb. 20. 1945 11:00 A.M. Miami Edison School Feb. 20. 1945 9:00 A.M. Corner Supply Feb. 20, 1945 10:00 A.M. Holly's Service Station Feb. 20, 1945 11:00 A.M. Melro.e Prop. Office Feb. 21.1945 1:00 P.M. City Hall Feb. 21.1945 9:00 A.M. Shell Service Station Feb. 21,1945 10:00 A.M. Waldron Tira Co. Feb. 21.1945 11:00 A.M. Diamond Barber Shop Feb. 21.1945 11:00 A.M. Wild Cat Pharmaoy Feb. 21,1946 9:00 A.M. Jones Grocery Store Feb. 21.1945 10:00 A.M. City Hsll Feb. 22. 1946 2:00 P.M. City Hall Jan. 2.1946 9:00 A.M. 613-516 Court House April 1,1946 5:00 P.M. ay 9:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M I slso wish to remind the taxpayers that it is {WtMMiytl f^ enly.ewe — %  nitration for homestead exemption, and that is with the County Assessor. Thf. office will in turn certify the exemption to the various municipalises after U his Men allowed Applications are to be filed betwean January 1st 2nd April l\t. ft Is ne...ry P however, that personal property return, and .Sseial exemption forms, such s. widow's, veteran', and di.abl.lty sxemp. "(one. be filed with the municipality as well as with the County. Uaalas the orovi.ions of the new tsx Isws relstlng to tangible person and fnunoible persons? property. It is mandatory that every person, firm, corLor.tPontru.tee, etc., owning or hsvlno control, management or custody of t.IJhta personalproperty in the State of Florida, file snnuslly a raturn with tSJ Tax A?.es.or. The A C t provide, for penaltle. of 10* when the taxpayer f^l. to file the'w return.. When visiting the above A^tjmi application* and furnish receipt, for sll returns and applications filed. Respectfully, VAN C. KUSSROW. Acting Assessor of Tax*. Dsds County. Florids. > I RVINO $ir.i£iE€jii% i .• %  VI I I I



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PAGE TWO vJewlstfkxIdlM PERSONALS Back in town after a combined business and pleasure trip in the North is Miss Rosalind Friedman. While visiting for six weeks in Miami. Mrs. David Weiss and daughter Sylvia, of New York City, are dividing their time as house guests of each of Mrs. Weiss' three sisters, Mrs. Harry Growman. of 1627 N. W. 1st Stand M.-S. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Samuel Haas, both of Coconut Grove. Mrs. Shep Alpern, of Charleston, S. C... is in town for a brief stay with her two daughters. Mrs. Ida Goldberg. 1764 S. W. 17th St., and Mrs.. George Greenberg, of Miami Beach. Mr. Alpern is expi cted. to arrive next week. Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rachovsky have returned to the city after spending several months in the North. BIRTHS Lt. Howard J. Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Plotke, 4120 Pine Tree Dr., announces the birth of a son, born to Mrs. Parker Jan. 23 at Salinas. Cal. The child has been named Douglas Barry Parker. Lt. Parker is mess officer of Squadron A at the Salinas Army Air Base of the Fourth Air Force. BRISM The Brisni of the sons of Lt. and Mrs. Seymour Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Signer took place this week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. AJS CRITICAL OF ~ WASHINGTON SOLONS The refusal of the House and Senate Appropriations Committees to allocate the necessary funds which would assure further participation by the United States %  in the United Nations War Crimes Commission, which was followed by the recall of Herbert C. Pell, ( American Representative ot tne Commission, has evoked vigorous protests from the American Jewish Confei In telegrams sent to Rep. Clarence Cannon of Missouri, and Sen. Carter Glass i)i Virginia,! chairmen of the House and Sen-1 ate Appropriations Committees, respectively, the Conference ap-1 pealed for immediate action by I Congress to "assure America's participation in the Commission," pointing out that delay undermines the psychological warfare now carried on by the United Nations to halt the Nazi extermination of Jews and other minorities. FRIDAY REVIEW WILL MEET FRIDAY. FEB. 9 The Friday Review, sponsored ( by Women's Division American Jewish Congress, wil meet Friday. Feb. 9, at. at 1:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The book review committee, headed by Mrs. Philip Salmon, has chosen a new novel stressing the theme of inter-racial underi standing in the functioning of democracy, "The Winds of Fear" by Hodding Carter. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein is the reviewer for the series. An added feature will | be a group of negro spirituals sung by Mrs. Isaac Kaplan of Perm's Grove, N. J., the former Rose Mary Gcrson of Miami. Reviews are open to the public. DIRECTORS OF LADIES OF CENTERJN MEET Board of directors of the Miami Beach Jewish Center S'Stcrhood held its monthly meeting Feb ruary 5 at the home of Mrs. Joseph A. Bcrman. Plans werei discussed for the forthcoming bingo and game night to be held at the Center Saturday. Februar> 17. at 8 p. m. Mrs. Louis Simms will head the committee in charge. Tickets for the affair are now on sale. BEACFMERACHTTO HAVE INSTALLATION The Miami Beach Mizracni will hold their installation of officers Saturday evening 8:30 at the Talmud Torah, 311 Washington Avc. A malava malka will follow. An Interesting program has been arranged bv Mrs. Ethel Shaffrin and Anna Bcrger. Public is invited. PIONEnTwOMEN REORGANIZE BEACH Pioneer Women's Oifof Palestine have just reorganized Beach Club No. 2 as a Yiddishspeaking group. The reorganization was made possible tnrough j the efforts of Dr. Sonya Kami netsky, of the national office. New j members are being secured, and j the organization has planned a dinner to be held February 18 at the Budapest Restaurant, 451 Collins Avc., Miami Beach. Mrs. A. M. Dorff is chairman. BLOOD DONATIONS AT MORRIS BROTHERS Blood donations will be received at the Miami Beach Blood Bank in Morris Brothers' department store between 9 a. m. and 12 noon Tuesday and Thursday. Donors are requested not to cat breakfast on the day they are to make their donations. ggftSSS MEEET "#2 a S n B"ith Women of Shotom Lodge will also hold their rSS? meeting the same evening at Beth David Synagogue Following separate bus.inc.ss wSSSrSr each of the groups they will join together for a join program and social hour. Joseph Rose executive director of the Federation, will be guest speaker, and will discuss ^ftMu ics in the Army. His talk will be based on actual experiences in service. HOFMANN TO PLAY "EMPEROH CONCERTO .1, si f Hofmann will play the Beethoven "Emperor Concerto with the University of Miami Symphony orchestra, under Moddirection at 4:45 p. m. Sunday, Fi I II, m Miami Senior school. LAUDERDALE^SERVICES Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, will hold regular services Friday evening at 8 p. m. Making his annual guest appearance in the pulpit will be E. I. Kaufmann, former president of the Zionist Organization of America, who will discuss "Anti-Semitism: Its Causes and Cure—?" Mrs. S. M. Gross, of Cleveland and Golden Beach, will be soloist, accompanied at the organ by Annie Laurie Lee. A reception sponsored by the Sisterhood will follow the FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1945 SERVICE LEAGUE IN REGULAR MOT ORCADE The Miami Service League will join with the Jewish War Vet erans, Freda Markowitz post in sponsoring a bi-monthly motot cavalcade. Fifty returnees will be taken from the various Army hospitals in the Greater Miami area on Sunday afternoon. February 11. the first of these scheduled affairs. A guided tour, with stops at the Musa Isle Indian village and other points of interest will be provided for the boys following which they will return to the Miami "Y" to be served refreshments by their hosts. A program of entertainment will be presented. In charge of the first of these affairs are Mrs. Juliette Stone and Mrs. Helen Bloom. MARKOWITZ LADIES IN REGU LAR M EETING Freda Markowitz Post 174, Ladies' Auxiliary will hold their regular meeting Monday. 8 p. m at Beth David. Mrs. Ida Mae Levine, incoming president, will outline the program for the new year. services. B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE The newly organized chapter of | the B'nai B'rith Girls will sponsor an open house Monday. February 12. at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle, at 1710 Lenox Avc., Miami Beach, at 7:30 p. m. The B'nai B'rith Girls invite all girls interested, from the ages of 15 to 18. Entertainment and refreshments are on the agenda. EDWARD T. NEWMAN KING FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-2111 The family of the late LOUIS ADLER Beloved husband and father Passed to his Eternal rest January 23, 1945 Extend their deepest appreciation For the many thoughts of Sympathy and condolence expressed during their Bereavement Hair Tintiog-Cold WavesFacials AM done under careful supervision ot MISS ULA HARTLEY %  ad MISS MARCELLE DE HARVE LaFrance School OF BEAUTY CULTURE ..II Went Flakier 8tret—Miami.. Reasonable Prices ... Phone 3-4851 Nemo Hotel AMERICAN PLAN KOSHER CUISINE 116 Collint Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 6-S491 ONE BLOCK TO OCEAN LjH. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" TEMPTING BASKETS of SUNSHINE FRUITS WE OFrTCttlUf REPRESENT TO HAXITY Of IWITIttni ft WISH FUHERAL WMES Information Gladly Furnished on Itequett SERVING MIAMI BEAM & MAN Exclusively 7ewis/i $355 30 lb. beaket Attractive baskets filled with Valencia oranges, or Valencia oranges and grapefruit, to give distant friends a taste of Florida. Other baskets and boxes, up to $18.75 Prices include express except to Mountain and Pacific states. Miami Store. Sunshine Fruit*. Street Floor. AJso at Burdlne'B Lincoln Road and at Burdine's West Palm Beach. His wife, Bessie Adler His children, George Milton Blanche RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1S86 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8730' Beet care for chronic tick, conva. '• %  cent and elderly p*ooi> 8ANELBEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prieea I l-g Beautiful (,r„ u ,, 0 **i00'0>Fi0iimf0'0>0ff0wwt*?>0*t0f'0ip0i0t0 *tf ^0 f 00 ** MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. 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