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

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

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

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^-THE J.EWISH UNITY
am A THE JEWIS H WEEKLY
lOLUME 18NUMBER 8
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1945
mini szold
IIES IN PALESTINE
IHIS WEEK. AGE 04
Jerusalem (JTA)Simple rites
irked the funeral of Henrietta
aid, founder of Hadassah, who
j ui .1 heart attack this week
her room at the Hadassah
Irsing School, on Mt. Scopus, at
age of H4. She was buried on
| of Olives.
I rids funeral including the aide-
fccampe of High Commissioner
H i, ; a representative of
General Officer in Command
T] in ads of the various
Lernment departmental Jewish
Id, of the consular
[p.-. thi Anglican Bishop and
|i< r i!' '
r. Chaim Wcizmann, Dr.
ah L. Magnes, Gad Frumkin,
(j Palestine Supreme
Hi Bcnzvi, president of
National Council;
niel An r, deputy mayor of
|vi and David Remez,
tary of the Hista-
p.ill bearers.
were simple in
^uiiig v. Miss Szold's wishes.
i flowers with the
feption ol a wreath from the
|h Comn ner and one from
[l ight here from
insinistna through Miss
Jld's efforts, on which was a
(CONTINUED ON PAOK I)
PRICE TEN CENTS
JEWS SAVED ONLY BY
PALESTINE MIGRATION i
Asserting that the homelessness
of hundreds of thousands of Jew-
ish survivors in Europe can be
Solved only through immediate
mass settlement in the Jewish
National Home in Palestine. Rab-
bi James G. Heller of Cincinnati.
National Chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal, announced Sun-
day the launching of its nation-
wide campaign to meet the $35,-
300,000 budget of the United
Palestine Appeal in 1945. Rabbi
Heller pointed out that the
United Palestine Appeal, the
American agency for refugee set-
tlement, rebuilding and develop-
ment of Palestine, was inaugurat-
ing the most intensive Palestine
campaign in the history of the
Jewish community of the United
States because "only large-scale
action to fulfill the hopes of those
who have survived twelve years
of Hitlerism can assure for them
a share in the fruits of victory
and peace."
811 B'RiTH NOW
E
PALESTINE QUESTION
MAY BE DISCUSSED
Cairo (JTA)Although the
1 Palestine question is not officially
I on the agenda of the conference
of Arab statesmen meeting here
to discuss plans for the creation
of a federation of Arab countries.
I it was indicated here today that
; the 'question of Arab-Jewish rela-
--------- j tions may be taken up. ______
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, one of ll was stated in Arab circles I New York (JTA)The Joint
the outstanding figures in Jewish Ithat a "goodwill gesture" may be j Distribution Committee and the
BE GUEST SUNDAY
OF LOCAL L J. C.
JDC ARID THE UPA
TO HAVE SEPARATE
F
life, will appear as guest of honor ; made to the Jews by offering
at the Victory Donor's luncheon
to be given by the Women's Di-
vision of American Jewish Con-
gress Sunday afternoon at 12 noon
in the Latin Quarter.
Dr. Wise was recently chosen
them a plan under which the
Arabs wiil consent to continued
Jewish immigration into Pales-
tine under a quota quaranteeing
that Jews will not exceed one-
United Palestine Appeal have
decided to conduct independent
fund-raising campaigns in 1945.
Their decision marks the end of
the United Jewish Appeal which
has functioned since 1938 as a
third of the Palestine population | joint fund-raising body.
E
tJECT DEMAND ON
EATING DELEGATE
ondon (JTA)A demand that
of the Aia: delegates from
P1 not be recognized by
W I Trade Union Confer-
ii'i'A meeting here, was re-
led by the credentials com-
>' I the Conference. The
jestion came from the His-
uth delegation.
IOMISTSTDPRESS
IILIW POLICY
few York (JTA)The launch-
lot an American Zionist Policy
lunittee, which will function
nationally and locally with-
|nc framework of the Zionist
lanization of America in order
[l" for a miliiant and dyna-
tionist policy such as has
i exemplified by the success-
Beadership of Dr. Abba Hillel
Ier> v. as announced this week
|a group of Zionist leaders
Pughout the country, headed
Charles J. Rosenbloom of
jspurgh, treasurer of the Unit-
Palestine Appeal. The Com-
ees activities "will in no
e interfere with the political
r of the Zionist Emergency
c". the announcement said.
e Purposes of the American
ist Policy Committee, as out-
' in the announcement, are:
deepen Zionist thought and
understanding of Zionist
*ms n the part of our lay
ens and the rank and file; to.
^ate and press for a militant
dynamic Zionist policy such
as been exemplified by the
sstu leadership of Dr. Abba
I Silver; to strengthen the
< Organization of America
within by developing a
us and informed pub..c
a.m,?n* its membership
an intelligent interest in na-
* affairs; to revitalize the
'cratic principle basic to our
ment so that the composi-
ng, P?l>cies of the national
.nistration shall reflect the
na temper of the great body
Mnencan Zionists.
Sholom Lodge, B'nai B'rith
launched its membership cam-
paign last Tuesday evening at
a dinner for membership cap-
tains. Richard Gutstadt. national
director of the Anti-Defamation
League, was guest speaker.
-Ms. Gutshnlt discussed the im-
portance of B'nai B'rith in the
life of the community and said
the organization is the "symbol
of Jewish Unity and Unification."
He stressed in his remarks the
fact that B'nai B'rith serves as a
common meeting ground for all
members of the community. "Ac-
hieving this recognition as a in-
tegral part of communal life is
not undeserved," he stated. "B'nai
B'rith has earned this recognition
through its program of service.
Now it is earning an unparalleled
reputation'through its war serv-
ice program. These many chan-
nels of endeavor should be the
incentive for signing up every
member of the community that
is not affiliated with B'nai B'rith."
Harold Turk, president of
Sholom Lodge, announced the
goal for the drive is an additional
1,000 members, and felt confident
this number would be reached
within two weeks.
Serving as co-chairmen of the
membership drive, which runs
officially from February 23 to
March 13, are Alex Cohen. Marx
Feinberg, Sam Silver, Judge Ken-
neth Oka and Harold Turk.
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and will remain a permanent
minority. This plan, it was hinted,
will be discussed by the high gov-
ernment officials of Egypt. Iraq,
Syria, Transjordan and Saudi-
Arabia, participating in the con-
ference. Mussa el Alami, a repre-
sentative of Palestine Arabs, is
attending as an observer.
Dr. Stephen S. Wise
as chairman of the American
Zionist Emergency Council and
has been an annual visitor here
for a number of^fiaTS.
He will likewise appear as a
guest of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation at a meeting next
week.
The split came as result of dis-
agreement between the United
Palestine Appeal and the Joint
Distribution Committee with re-
gard to the proportion of funds
each of the agencies should get
from the joint fund-raising cam-
paign. A proposal to continue the
UJA offered by a special media-
tion committee of the Council of
Federations and Welfare funds to
both agencies was reported to
have been rejected by the U.P.A.
although it was accepted by the
representatives of the J.D.C.
Paul Baerwald. chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee, in-
formed the members of the board
of directors of the J.D.C. of the
break-up, in a notice which he
sent to each of them, the text of
which reads as follows:
_ ; "At a meeting of the Board of
The goal of the Red Cross War. Directors of the Council of Jew-
Fund campaign in March has jsn Federations and Welfare
been increased to $200,000,000 Funds in Cincinnati February 10
from $180,000,000 as a result of! -------
mounting demands for Red Cross (continued on page 4)
services in the European and ___ _____ __ _____
Pacific theatres of war. Chairman RED CROSS RUSHES
RED GROSS GOAL
IS INCREASED BY
JEWISH BLACK BOOK
INAUGURATED AT N. Y.
New York (JTA)The inau-
guration of a Jewish Black Book,
a documentation of German
atrocities against the Jews, took
place here at a dinner at the
Commodore Hotel addressed by
Eugene V. Kisselev, Russian Con-
sul General, Herbert C. Pell,
former U. S. representative on
the United Nations' War Com-
mission, Ira C. Hirschmann, B.Z.
Goldberg and others.
APPEAL TO BRITAIN TO
OPEN PALESTINE NOW
Washington, D. C.An appeal
to the British Government to open
the gates of Palestine immediate-
ly so that large numbers of home-
less Jews now in liberated, areas
in Europe, may be permitted *o
enter Palestine at once was made
today to Earl Halifax, British em-
bassador to the United States, by
a joint committee representing
the American Jewish Conference,
the American Zionist Emergency
Council and the Jewish- Agency
for Palestine.
REP. POWELL RESENTS
ANTI-JEWISH REMARKS
Washington (JTA) Speaking
on the floor of the House of Re-
presentatives this week, Rep.
Adam C. Powell, Jr., New York
Democrat, attacked the anti-Jew-
ish remarks made in the House
last week by Rep. John Rankin,
Mississippi Democrat. "Racial
bigotry has no place In this nation
and least of all in the House of
Representatives," Rep. Powell
said. He called upon the House
"to give leadership to this nation
in terms of racial and religious
tolerance."
"Last week, democracy was
shamed by the uncalled for and
unfounded condemnation of one
of America's great minorities,"
Powell declared. "I am not a
member of that minority, but I
will always opopse anyone who
tries to besmirch any group be-
cause of race, creed or color."
ALIENS NOT FORCED
TO LEARN ENGLISH
Washington (JTA)Aliens fifty
years or older, who have been in
the United States since 1924. may
become citizens without learning
English under the provisions of a
bill voted out by the House Im-
migration and Naturalization
Committee. Educational require-
ments would be similarly waived
for aliens, regardless of age. with
children now serving in the U. S.
Armed forces.
PALESTINE
SPEAKS!
_
WKAT
SUNDAY
8:15 P. M.
Basil O'Connor announced.
The decision to increase the
goal has been telegraphed to the
chapters following a meeting of
the Red Cross Central Commit-
tee, governing body of the or-
ganization, Mr. O'Connor said.
"It is obvious that the esti-
mates we made last fall for our
War Fund campaign in March
are now inadequate." Mr. O'Con-
nor said. "Accordingly we have
revised our goal to meet this
new situation. I am confident the
American public will respond
generously to this emergency
when the campaign opens on
March 1."
Sparked by a vast, carefully-
planned program, three million
American Red Cross volunteers
will set out to knock on doors,
and ask their help in putting the
Red Cross War Fund drive over
the too.
Gaining no personal glory and
receiving no remuneration, these
three millions men and women
will represent 3,756 Red Cross
chapters throughout the nation.
With less than two weeks to go
before the opening of the 1945
Red Cross War Fund campaign,
division heads of the drive are
completing plans for solicitation.
A meeting of the Miami Beach
business division, headed by
Newton H. Bollinger. will be held
Tuesday, February 20, at 12 noon
at Murray's restaurant.
The rural division meeting will
be held in Homestead at noon
Thursday. Heading this division
is Mrs. E. J. Dyal of Homestead.
The Miami business division
will meet for lunch at 12 noon
Friday at the Seven Seas rest-
aurant, Rolland Saunders is
chairman.
Monday H. H. Hahn, War Fund
chairman, met with Miami Air
Depot officers and James Carney,
Red Cross Field director, to make
plans for soliciting air depot em-
ployees.
NOTE LACK OF TALK
ON ANTI-SEMITISM
London (JTA)Regret that the
statement issued at the conclu-
sion of the Roosevelt-Churchill-
Stalin conference in Yalta did not
include any assurance that anti-
Semitism will be curbed by "de-
cisive steps" after the war was
expressed here today by Harold
J. Laski in an article on the con-
ference of the "Big Three"
FOODTOTKJDAPEST
Bucharest (JTA)With Buda-
pest completely liberated, the
Joint Distribution Committee,
utilities of the International Red
Cross, this week rushed from
here 110 tons of food, clothing
and medicine for the Jewish
survivors in the Hungarian cap-
ital.
IS CONVERTED TO
CATHOLIC IDEALS
Rome (JTA)Dr. Israel Anton
Zoli, for seven years Chief Rabbi
of Rome, this week announced
that he has become converted to
Catholicism. The announcement
said that Dr. Zolli's wife and
daughter have also renounced
Judaism and have been accepted
as converts by the Catholic
Church.
In recognition of the humani-
tarian work which the Pope did
in behalf of Jews during the Ger-
man occupation of Rome. Dr.
Zolli, who resigned as Chief Rab-
bi on Feb. 1, is taking the name
of Eugenia Maria, which was the
name of the Pope before he was
elevated to his present office, the
announcement, which appeared in
the newspapers here, added. Dr.
Zolli could not be reached for a
statement.
The disclosure of their former
Chief Rabbi's conversion was re-
ceived with astonishment by the
Jewish community of Rome. Jos-
eph Nathan, head of the Union
of Italian Jews, told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency correspond-
ent that "we had no intimation
of Zolli's plans. All we know is
what we have read in the news-
papers. Naturally, we are sorry,"
he continued, "but the less said
about it the better." A few days
ago Dr. Zolli communicated with
Mr. Nathan informing him that
he could not accept appointment
as head of the Rabbinical College
here, which is to reopen soon, be-
cause of "personal reasons."
Other members of the local
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
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PAGE TWO
PERSONALS
WEDDINGS
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23,
1945
Miss Helen Cohen a member
of the DEBBS chapter ofBnai
B'rith. who has been visiting her
aunt, Mrs. N. A. Greenberg. 922 ,
S W Third St., for the past few
fnonths, left for her home in
Brooklyn, N. Y.
On furloush from his post in
Panama, S/Sgt. Harvey Cohen is
voting with his ParentsJMr. and
Mrs Alex S. Cohen, 2220 b. W.
19th Tor. With him here is his
vJifV. Florence, of Pittsburgh.
W Also"house guests at the Cohen
home are Mrs. H. Galperln and
her brother N. W. Dolinsky, of
Charkstone,rw. V.. and Mrs. Pearl
Briggs, of Baltimore.
Mr and Mrs~Lo^is Pallot. 5070
Alton Rd.. Miami Beacn. have re-
furnedto'the city after spending
a week at Camp Chaee. Ar
where their son, Sgt. Norton a.
Pallot. is stationed.
Miss Sara Rose Schwartz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, of this city now at-
tending Duke University in Dur-
ham will spend the weekend in
Chicago at the Nationa B nai
B'rith Giris' conference, of which
she is Fifth District president
Mis. Tobic Jacobskind. daughter
Kr and M.MaxJacjbsk^nd.
is District secretary and W ill also
attend the gathering.
A double celebration took place
al the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Tnseoh J Bermann recently,,
S'dunng a surprise^ birthday
held in Jersey City sometime in
Ms'JtURapp is stationed at Home-
StMiss Goldberg is visitiM! hew
with Mr. and Mrs. H. Goldberg,
lsidor Kaplan. 1034 Michigan
Ave Miami Beach, will return
to the City the end of the month
after visiting in Mexico City with
his brother.
Miss Jeanne Freehling. fresh-
man at the University of Ala-
bama has been initiated into
Sigma Delta Tau Sorority
A graduate of Miami Senior
High School and a member of the
Nat ional Honor Society. Miss
Freehling is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Freehling. 1231
S. W. 19th Tcr__________
JWV AUXILIARY
TO HOLD MEETING
Freda Markowitz Auxiliary of
Jewish War Veterans Post 1.4
will hold a meeting at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, Monday,
Februarv 26, at 8:30 p. m. Ida
Mae Le Vine is the new president.
Guest of the evening will be Dr.
Maurice Klein. ____
The marriage of Evelyn Sun-
shine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Fagan. to Edward Ax-
rod. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Axlrod. will take place Sunday,
February 25. in the American
PALESTINE
SPEAKS!
WKAT
SUNDAY
8:15 P. M-
BRISM
Tin Brism of the sons < I Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Schweitzer. CpL
and Mrs. Norman Bernstein, Sgt
and Mrs. Julian I ?
Mrs. Manuel Sirkin, and Mr.
Irving Shanbrom and the late
Rose Shanbrom took place this
week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiating.
UNVEILING
HILLEL SJSrfmOHT
NOVEL GAME NIGHT
The new program committee
at H,Hel House, under the chair-
,n.m of Abe Saltzman. pre-
Sd a >ovel Game Night to
nut.--u, the University of M-
., \\, Inesday evening. The at
' was under the direction of
.;:; .,,, ident, Leeny Silvers and
dent, Buddy Steinbach
Refreshments were prepared and
Served by Harry Klein and Sher-
manEllis Bob Swimmer and
sTdyRafican assisted tafte
,i arrangements. Pictures
,lkl, by Irwin Kiman and
nob serota supplied the, music.
were awarded during the
,n,nK to Teddy Sakow.tz
Muriel Beres, Lenny Silver. Al
Cutler. L. o Pollack and Barbara
Glazier. \
Evelyn Sunshine Fagan
Legion hall, 66th St. and Bis-
cayne Blvd. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate at the ceremonies,
which will begin promptly at b
p. in. A reception will follow.
Friends and relatives are invited.
The marriage of Sara Harris
and Hyman Joondeph, both of
Miami Beach, took place Novem-
ber 21.
The bride attended Cornell Un-
iversity and is president of the
Harris Products Co.. of Miami.
Mr. Joondeph graduated from
New York University and prac-
ticed law in Brooklyn. N. Y. For
the past few years he has been
operating hotels in Miami Beach.
The couple will spend the win-
ter season here, residing at the
Belvedere Hotel.
The unveiling of a monui
to the memory oi the late Abra-
ham Tilkus will take place Sun-
day. Februarj 25, al 3 p. m. in
the Jewish section of Woodlawn
park. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
officiate. Friends are asked to b(
I n m. Gordon Monument Com-
pany is in charge oi arrange-
ments.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barkan. 6391
Allison Island, are the parents
of a daughter born February 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman
announce the birth of a son on
February 16 in Jackson Memorial
hospital. The Bris will take place
today.
S Sgt. and Mrs. El Roy Mc-
Carlev, of 1900 S. W. 21st Ter..
are the parents of a daughter,
Chervl Louise, brtrn February
13 in Victoria hospital. Mrs. Mc-
Carley is the former Gertrude
Michaels.
FRIDAY REVIEW TO
MEET 1:30 TODAY
The Friday Review, sponsored
by Women's Division, American
Jewish Congress, will meet on
Friday, Fel 23, at 1:30 P. M.. at
Miami Beach Jewish Center. 1415
Euclid Ave., Mum.: Beach,
dramatic new novel "Thi Cross
and the Arrow" by Albert Maltz|
will be reviewed by Mrs. I. M. |
.. This story laid in war-
time Germany presents a psy-
chological approach to the con-]
troversial question "'Does the en-
tire German nation share the
guilt for the crimes of the Nazi
regime?" The discussion pi
will deal with the topic "Can
Germany be re-educated to that
it will never again threaten the
peace of the world?"
WILLIAMS MOVES TO
SEYBOLD BUILDING
Nat L. Williams announces the
removal of his law officers to
1021 Seybold Bldg.
Guests on Miami Beach staying
at the Buy Road hotel are the
Misses Rise and Madeleine War-
shauer, nieces of Mrs. Anna
Raxin. They will remain about
two months.
THE MANAGEMENT OF
Mount Nebo
ANNOUNCES
THAT
Effective March 15, 1945
THERE WILL BE AN ADVANCE IN THE
PRICES OF GRAVES AND LOTS
ANNUAL BOAT RIDE
BY BZB TO BE SUNDAY
The annual BZB boat ride will
take place Sunday, February 25.
at 8:15 p. m. on the "Showboat."
Tickets may be obtained preced-
ing the ride at the dock, located
at the Miami Beach end of the
Countv Causeway.
SPRING REGISTRATION
AT U. OF M. MARCH 1-3
Spring registi tion at the Uni-
versity of Miami will take place
Mi r ; 1-3, Registrar Harry H.
Provin announced.
The iin... i ity will return to
emest< r plan nexl
With sessions 18 weeks in length.
Regul; : summer trimester will be
replaced this year with three
summer sessions.
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
1381 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301
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SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME
SERVING
PHONE 9-2664
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY"
"A FRIEND IN NEED
2008 W. FLAGLER
CALENDAR
Purim. Feb. 27
New Moon of Nisan,
March 15.
Eve of Passover, Marcn
28
Passover. First Day.
March 29. _
Passover. Eighth Day.
April 5.
CZECH JOURNALIST
DEAD IN NEW YORK
New York (JTA)_Arne Len
prominent Czech journalist^Sl
close collaborator of Th a
Masaryk. first President ofrs" '
choslovakia. and of Dr. EdvvaM
Benes, died here last niBhtE
was 56. Mr. Laurin, who wjJ*
ish, came to the United sSl
in 1939 after the Munich p
which, he foresaw, meant the 3
of an independent Czechoslovak
He was in charge of the archive
here Czechoslova>< consufi
As editor of the Prager Pre^.
official spokesman of the Czech*!
Slovak Foreign Office, Mr. 25
worked closely with both \\Z
aryk, and Benes and was an k.
fluential behind-the-secenes 5a
ure in the Chechoslovakian Got'
ernment from its inception to
was born in Hrncire, near Praeu.
in 1889. *"*
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PflDAY. FEBRUARY^
1945
JewistfkrUhm
PAGE THREE
mNlOR HADASSAH
Sects officers
!..,'", Young Woman's
HadaT Or8 nization. took pls^e
Zl0'!1 i- im-eting. Miss Natalie
SLnkel WM elected president.
Btfflene BusheU, vice-presi-
^fo^aSSWaOd-rto
2S Plana are being made
K Membership Tea to climax
fu membership campaign. Miss
%?Schwartz and Miss Roslyn
iffinav- Promised an interest-
Koam Among the honored
inei- will be Mrs. Irma Lind-
gta pS national pwddtnt f
Senior Hadassah._________
tr B'NAlWlTH girls
TO HAVE CARD PARTY
junior B'nai B'rith Girls of
choicm Loede will stage a card
2Saturday. February 24. as
?hcr main affair of the season.
Games and mah jong wiill be
nbved. Refreshment will be
g> d by Miss Eleanor G.ttel-
nand her committee. In charge
Waffair. which will be held
L 30 i.. i. at the Mantell Plaza
Hotel. 24IKI Lake Pancoast Dr is
SL Edith Schulman. Mrs. Carl
Winkle is sponsor. Tickets may
be obtained from any member or
at the door.
"TEM/rMEET AND
INSTALL OFFICERS
The newly organized Chapter
of B'nai B'rith Girls called the
"J E. M. S." held an inspiring
installation of officers on Feb-
ruary 19. with Mrs. Harry Gor-
don.' past president of the 5th
district officiating. The event took
clace at the home of Miss Nancy
1 Russack at 903 W. 46th St.. with
the following sponsors presiding:
Mr*. Carl Weinklc, Mrs. Bert
Levin, and Mrs. Samuel Gold.
and Miss Edith Schulman who
had been ailing as temporary
chairman.
Guest speaker of the evening
was Harold Turk, president of
i Sholem Lodge.
New officers are: president.
Mitzi DeKoven; vice-president.
Vema Goldman: recording secre-
tary. Mama Sable; corresponding
secretary. Rmee Levous; treasury
er. Selma Schenkman; social
. chairman. Janet Spitzer; publicity
chairman, Barbara Wartel: de-
fense chairman, Barbara Glass:
religious Chairman, Hadassah
Land: honor point chairman.
Eleanor Berman.
Entertainment was presented
by some of the talent of the or-
ganization Yntz DeKoven gave a
piano recital and Edith Schul-
man led community singing.
Elaine Wei s and Barbara Wartel
provided vocal solos.
BAUER-FINE CONCERT
FOR NEXT SUNDAY
Program of the Harold Bauer-
Eleanor Fine concert scheduled
for next Sunday at Miami Beach
High school has been announced.
Sponsored by Miami and Miami
Beach "Ys" the concert will be
presented from 8:30 p. m.
Bauer is recognized as an out-
standing artist and Miss Fine,
his protege is earning an ex-
cellent reputation in her concert
appearances.
Opening selection will be the
Bach Italian concerto arranged
for two pianos by Bauer. Mozart's
Sonata in D major, for four hands,
also arranged by Bauer, will pre-
cede the Saint Saens' Variations
and Fugue on a theme by Bee-
thoven.
Third portion of the program
will include Henry Cowell's
"Square Dance Tune," Francisco
Mignone's "Children at Play."
Frederico Longas' "Bulerias."
Joaquin Turina's "Sacro-Monte,"
and the Vittorio Giannini "Aria
and Toccata," which was dedicat-
ed to Miss Fine by her master,
brother of Dusolina Giannini.
Final selection which will be
solos by Miss Fine include "Sun-
rise," opus 133, "Andante espres-
sivo," opus 56, and "Allegretto,"
by Schumann; "Ye Sweet De-
treat," by Bauer; and "Valse."
opus 15 by Arensky.
PALESTINE
SPEAKS I
ijl
WKAT
SUNDAY
8:15 P. M.
MEMBERSHIP MEETING
AT M. B. CENTER
A membership meeting of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
take place Thursday evening
March 1 at the Center. Samuel
Friedland will preside.
SEGAL TO ADDRESS
ALLIANCE FRIDAY
Louis Segal, general secretary
of the Jewish National Worker's
Alliance, will address the local
branch of the organization at a
lecture Friday evening at the
MRS. IRMA LINDHEIM
TO ADDRESS SPINOZA
Mrs. Irma Lindheim, noted au-
thor, traveller and lecturer, form-
er president of Hadassah. the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America, will address the Spinoza
Forum, this Saturday afternoon.
3 p. m., under the canopy, on the
lawn of the home of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson, 11th St., between
Collins Ave. and Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach. Mrs. Lindheim's
topic will be: "Palestine, the Im-
mortal Adventure."
Tuesday evening. Dr. Morris
achneer of New York, will give
his fourth lecture in the series
of "Know Thyself." Joseph L.
lepper of Washington and Miami
is chairman.
HOLLYWOOD
Family and friends gathered at
Moy's Chinese Restaurant at mid-
night, February 17. to honor Mrs.
Sylvia Fincke with a surprise
birthday party. Those attending
included her husband, H. Ardie
Fincke, her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Zaconick, her son Fred,
her grandmother. Mrs. S. Finkle-
stein, her aunt, Mrs. Lil Harris,
and Mr. and Mrs. David Fenster-
heim, Mrs. Jennie Kravitz. Mrs.
Anna Opper, Mrs. Marion Simons.
Mrs. Sarah Wasserman, Mrs. Lil-
lian Sorin, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
C. Offen. Anna Daniels. Mrs. Bess
Kellman. Mrs. Fannie Matz. Mrs.
Eleanor Strauss. Mrs. Florence
Sicgel, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sef-
fer, Sophie Rosenblum. Arthur
Bisanie" and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Moy.*Mrs. Fincke is president of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Community Center of Holly-
wood and has been an active
worker in War Loan drives, the
Infantile Paralysis Fund, the Red
Cross and a donor to the Holly-
wood Blood Bank.
BEACH CLERK'S OFFICE
OPEN FOR ELECTORATE
Miami Beach city clerk's office
will be open from 7 to 9 p. m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays for reg-
istration in the approaching mu-
nicipal bond issue election until
registration books are closed
March 1, C. W. Tomlinson, city
clerk, announced today.
Unless you have registered at
Miami Beach city hall since last
Dec 1, you are not eligible to vote
in a Miami Beach election.
Plans are under way for a spe-
cial bond issue election, and the
general municipal election will be
held in June. Voters are urged
to register now in order to be
able to vote. The registration of-
fice, in the city clerk's office on
the first floor of city hall. 12th
St. and Washington Ave., is open
from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
GERMAN ATROCITIES
AGAINST JEWS SHOWN
New York (JTA)Detailed de-
scriptions of the atrocities com-
mitted upon Jews by the Ger-
mans and an indication of 4he
callousness with which the aver-
age German regarded such mis-
treatment is given in an account
of an interview with German
soldiers captured on the Western
front appearing in the New York
Times.
B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG
WOMEN TO MEET
B'nai B'rith Young Women of
Sholom Lodge will hold an im-
portant meeting at 8 p. m. Tues-
day, February 27, in the Miami
Beach "Y." Guest speaker will be
Harold Turk, president of Sholom
Lodge.
March 5 the organization will
stage a benefit card party at the
Park Central Hotel, 640 Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach. Door prizes
will be awarded and refreshments
served. Gertrude Grossman is
chairman.
PREMIER PROFESSES
FRIENDSHIP FOR JEWS
Bucharest (JTA)For the
second time within ten days Pre-
mier Radescu this week professed
his friendship for the Jews of
Rumania in a broadcast over the
government radio station. His
statements evoked praise from
Jewish leader here who em-
phasized, however, that restora-
tion of Rumanian Jews to their
pre-war positions is being carried
out very slowly.
Louis Segal
UNRRA AIDS RUMANIAN
AND BULGARIAN JEWS
Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington
Ave. He will also install a new
membership group at an affair to
be held by the organization Sat-
urday evening at the True Farm
Food Restaurant, Miami Beach.
The Jewish Community Center
of Hollywood announces that
George Chertkof, president of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
of Miami, will be the guest
speaker at its annual supper
dance, to be held at the Holly-
wood Country Club on Sunday.
February 25 at 7:30 p. m. The
proceeds of the affair will go to
the building fund of the organ-
ization. It is contemplated that,
as soon as wartime restrictions
permit, a building will be erected
on Polk St. near 20th Ave. The
Souvenir Journal, to be distribut-
ed at the supper dance, will con-
tain the proposed floor plan of
the Center.
TO SUBMIT ORDINANCE
TO FRENCH ASSEMBLY
Parish (JTA)The French gov-
ernment has decided to submit
to the Consultative Assembly its
projected ordinance for the re-
stitution to their original owners
of properties and enterprises
seized from Jews and others un-
der the Vichy racial laws. That
intention was contained today in
a communique issued after a
meeting of the cabinet.______
ICOR COMMITTEE TO
SPONSOR LECTURE
Dr. Al Schatzov, of New York,
will deliver a lecture on "The
Conference of the Big Three at
Yalta, and the Jews" in Carpent-
er's hall. 47 N. W. 3rd St.. Sunday.
February 25, at 8 p. m. under
the auspices of the Greater Mi-
ami Icor Committee.
JOINT PIANO RECITAL
HAROLD ELEANOR
BAUER FINE
Sunday Evening. February 258:30 o'Clock
MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Auspices Inter "Y" Cultural Committee
Tickets $1.50 Call 3-4012 or 5-5319
PALLAS AATHENA
224 W. Flagler St.
Open Daily
From 12 Noon
Until 10 P. M.
THE MOST UNIQUE RESTAURANT
P IN COSMOPOLITAN MIAMI
txclusively Grecian Cuisine for Discriminating Epicureans
VICTORY LUNCHEON
AT LATIN QUARTER
The Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress will
hold its annual Victory Donor
Cabaret Luncheon at the Latin
Quarter Sunday at 12:30 p. m.
Mrs. Joseph Rose, chairman, is
being assisted by Mrs. A. E.
Woolfe and Mrs. Louis Glasser.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will de-
liver the invocation and Rabbi
Leon Kronish the benediction.
Mrs. Anna Center Schneider-
man of New York, national vice
president, will address the lunch-
eon. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
bring a message from Dr. and
Mrs. Weiss.
A show is being arranged in
which choice performers from the
popular clubs will take part.
Reservations can be made by
calling Mrs. Joseph Rose, 5-2012.
Women's Division American
Jewish Congress announce bond
sales during the recent campaign
of a total of $641,918.50. Mrs. Rose
Weiss, bond chairman, Mrs. .
H. Lutsky, president, and Mrs.
Louis Glasser, in charge of the
Jewish women's organizations
group, received citations from the
Treasury Department.
Regular monthly meeting of the
Women's Division of American
Jewish Congress will be held
Monday at 2 p. m. in the Miami
Beach YM & WHA in the form
of a Purim party. Brotherhood
will be the theme of the program,
arranged by Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man, chairman of inter-faith.
Members and friends are invited.
PYTHIAN SISTERS PLAN
FOR DONOR DINNER
A meeting of Miami Beach
Temple No. 43. Pythian Sisters,
will be held Tuesday evening,
February 27. at 8:30 P. M., at their
regular meeting hall, 617 Collins
Ave. Plans are under way for
a Donor Dinner to be given in
the near future to raise funds for
charity. __.
Members whose birthdays are
in February will be honored at a
social hour after the meeting.
Washington (JTA) Director
General Herbert H. Lehman of
the United Nations Relief and Re-1
habilitation Administration has \
given assurance that UNRRA is i
"taking every necessary step" to j
facilitate caring for the Jews in
Bulgaria and Rumania.
In a letter to Peter H. Bergson J
of the Hebrew Committee of Na-!
tional Liberation? Lehman wrote j
that UNRRA is doing everything
possible "to carry out its responsi-1
bility under the Council resolu-1
tions with respect to the care and;
repatriation or return of displaced I
oersons "found in Bulgaria and
Rumania."
MIAMI Y ORGANIZES
A K BALL LEAGUE
The Miami Y announces the re-
organization of its A K Diamond
Ball League, with the first game
to be played Sunday morning at
10:30 at Riverside park. The Dia-
mond Ball field is located at 4th
St. and S. W. 8th Ave.
CZECHS ASK IDC
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
MIAMI ASSOCIATION
HAVE RADIO PROGRAM
A radio program under the
sponsorship of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association will be
presented over station WKAT
Sunday at 12:30 p. m. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will speak on "Fact or
Farce?"
Paris (JTA)The Czechoslovak |
Government has invited the Joint
Distribution Committee to station |
a representative in Czechoslova- I
kia as soon as the government'
returns there, it was disclosed |
here.
The invitation, signed by Va-;
clav Majer, Minister of Economic
Reconstruction, read: "I should;
like to express the Government's ,
wish to welcome one of your re-
presentatives to Czechoslovak ter-1
ritory as soon as my Government j
is established in liberated terri-
tory."
MANY JEWS FREED
FROM BIRKENAU CAMP
Lublin (JTA)Three hundred
Polish, Lithuanian and Hungarian
Jews have been freed from the
German death camp at Birkenau.
in Upper Silesia, by the Russians,
it is reported here. The Lublin
radio reports that three ambul-
ances donated by American Jews
to the Red Army are in use on
the Silesian front.
JNF NOW OWNS LARGE
AVREAGE IN PALESTINE
Tel Avi v(JTA)The Jewish
National Fund now owns 750.000
dunams (a dunam is approxi-
mately one-fourth of an acre) of
land in Palestine, it was revealed
here at a 43rd anniversary ex-
hibit arranged by the JNF. There
are 185 settlements on JNF land.
Since its inception, the organiza-
tion has collected ten million
pounds.
Addressing the opening of the
exhibition, Dr. Abraham Granov-
sky, JNF director, said that there
is room in Palestine for millions
of working Jews who can build
homes without injuring in any
way the economic interests of the
rest of the population. In a mes-
sage of greetings, Dr. Chaim
Weizmann urged maximum effort
to secure as much land as possi-
ble, despite the present land re-
strictions.
Washington Civilians may
continue to expect food short-
ages "from time to time" as a
result of multiplying military and
Lend-Lease needs, but these
shortages will not be serious if
farmers repeat their record pro-
ductivity and if Americans plant
victory gardens and do as much
home canning as possible.
U. OF RUSSIAN JEWS IN
TOUCH WITH MOSCOW
The Union of Russian Jews is
in regular cable communication
with the Moscow Jewish Com-
munity, which maintains a spe-
cial bureau for the specific pur-
pose of locating refugees and
evacuees in the Soviet-Union and
helping them to get in touch
with their relatives in the United
States.
The New York office has been
unable to locate the following
residents of Florida, who have
received messages from Russia
but whom could not be located
due to lack of proper address.
Shlop, Isidormessage from
sister Chaya Indina.
Taver, Baneo, (automobile-fac-
tory)from sister Busiaachil
Tavernikov.
Trilesinsky, Solomon of Belo-
russia. an opera-singer from
sister Celia Trilesinskaya-Chav-
kina.
Dilder. Soniafrom sister Gus-
ta Kipperman.
Grinberg, Max of Poland (a
painter)from brother in law
Shlioma Schneider.
Dudelson. Abram of Moldavia
from sister Keile Dudelson.
Dzenseol, Boris of Odessa (rest-
aurant keeper)from cousin Mis-
ha Dzenseol.
Gold, Abe (dairy)from sister
Rachil Golub, married Veistein.
Ielenewitz, Solomon, pseud.
Vigdor I^eukovskyfrom daugh-
ter Mania and sister Rachil of
Bialystock.
Levin, Asyrfrom Bronia Yar-
oslavskaya.
Koratnitsky, Jacob, Charusfa.-
Sheina, Moisei, Issai, Avram
have a message from Shub.
Lamansky, Max, laundryfrom
brother in law Motie Vachutin-
sky.
Raskin, Maniafrom sister
Dvoira Guerwitch.
Pocvor, Philipp and wife Rose,
of Odessafrom sister Chana.
Beresan.
Nathanson, Borisfrom sister
Sofia Nathanson.
Moldavsky, Mendel, lawyer
from cousin Rachil Shenin
(daughter of Khaya-Lea of Kis-
hinev).
All names listed here are sub-
ject to change in their spelling
as they are taken from the Rus-
sian. This spelling or any varia-
tion thereof is therefore possible.
Further details may be ob-
tained by writing to Union of
Russian Jews, 55 W. 42nd St
New York 18. N. Y.


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2a
The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami, Fta.
P. 0. Box 2973_____________________,______________
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post^Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
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ADAR 10, 5705
NUMBER 8
VOLUME 18
PALESTINE
SPEAKS!
WKAT
SUNDAY
8:15 P. M.
UNFORTUNATE
The formal announcement of the dissolution of the United
Jewish Appeal is not graciously received by Jewish communi-
ties throughout. It strikes a discordant note in the wheels of
progress towards the direction of communal unity and soli
ty for which national action serves as an example.
JDC ill THE UFA
1
I
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
____________TIDBITS FROM EVER
_________________By PHJNEAS I. BIRON---------------------
LISTEN HERE .
Before long there'll be a new and sensational exp^,,
our treatment of German war prisoners ... We know that J
the coast German war prisoners are being used to handle M
material that is being shipped to our righting men in the PqcJ
This although these Germans are avowed Nazis who rW
to obey the commands of American officers who happen \M
Jews Indeed, the Army is alleged to have removed Jew^]
, officers because of Nazis protests When this story bread
< it will violently rock the boat in which some of our official
| recline so complacently ... The reason why Leon Blum cJ
' other Allied statesmen are still alive in Germany is that 4,1
Nazis are holding them against the day of retribution, whJ
they will be serve as hostages The whispering campa^l
I against Secretary Morgenthau's plan on what to do with G*|
many has received a knockout blow from the Big Three deJ
The disturbing features of separate appeals by the three I :m(l ,,. :, special medtatio^com- S10n at Yalta Elsa Maxwell charges flames Waiburtf,
,*-. ttt* _... j mdc ur^ ^iror^rlxr ehnwn their miltee .lppointc
thelxTuJA and NRS,' have already shown their mt *** BotatDb- book "Foreign Policy Begins at Home" puts "the soft pedal J
tendencies to create doubt. Jumping the gun by these groups ,..,, ,mmittee and the the vital lheme of war criminals,
and the mad scrable to ensue in achieving separate goals will U Unitecfjewish Ap- YOU SHOULD KNOW .
further emphasize the real lack of desire upon the part of these ^ contract for 1945. This Professor Albert Einstein, in his message to the sponsorsdl
SSStSSrt?&C pS the Jewish Black Book project, writes: "The atroctities cJ
hi Cincinnati. milled by our foes surely have convinced every Jew that!
agencies to continue their united presentation for funds.
The failure of national leadership to measure itself
j im.rnn. "The J.D.C. was informed to- |h rea)iStiC light of our actual position we are a nation, agdl
task, places the burden upon local federations and unorgan K )iy .pv Jews undertake united action" ... The AmerJ
ized communities. They will have to see that the imperative inu ,,, tin ._,. \l_ _:....... ^ mrrmnmm. ; HRiu_JlZ !
the year 1945. This was rejected reclors That is true The Board has 45 members, of what
by the U.P.A. The J.D.C. has been no) Qne js Jewjsh We are wiUing to accept this as a c*
! wiRnduS an ind^ependent na- c.dence. since the managing director of the Society writes in
.Jr tional campaign in 1945. The; state categorically: "The American Cancer Society recognni
ance over vvr^i oeginniny ouuuu, Q Q an ^ therefore that, nQ raciai, ^hgious or color barriers of any kind and will net.
broadcast, this program has been well received and has done; ^ Us 1945 cam. g^,, ^^ x ^^ .g ^
much to educate and enlighten radio audiences with regard paign independently _____ hioH1u ihnrnunh ioh in investiaatina discrimination aaai*
PALESTINE SPEAKS
"Palestine Speaks," a radio program, makes its appear
ance over WKAT beginning Sunday evening at 8:15. Wherever
much to educate and enlight
to the many aspects of Palestine.
The Miami Beach Sun Tropics is to be commended for
assisting in this presentation. Listeners should write station
WKAT and comment upon the new feature.
Palestine is now a subject upon the lips of world statesmen
and the topic of many a discussion in the halls of congress. It
'With the continued support \ cedentedly thorough job in investigating discrimination agaaij
of the Jews in the United States.' jews jn business in the Greater New York area ... His tindingH
the Joint Distribution Commitee are an eye-0pener, and provide incontestable evidence tail
SSXT&r-ffttw5SAK3 evening in wartime the situation is very acute.
SSS^rff^A Joint WE'RE TELLING YOU .
ution Committee will re- Some important Jewish organizations are overstepping*
support than \\xn\{ in their advocacy of public support for Jewish parochiJ
ceive <
every before. Plans of action for schools They lalj mto" ^e snare" Qf hitting at the ptt
behooves us to be as fully informed as possible. Listen to 1945 will be considered at a spe- _______' / .
ZZ, ... I cial meeting of the Joint Distribu- schoolswhich are. after all, our best guarantee for the a
'Palestine Speaks.'
AFFILIATION
B'nai B'rith this week launches a drive to secure an addi-
tional 1,000 members. Needless to say, doubling its member-
ship will make twice as effective and more so, its program
of service.
The organization's record of achievements in its all encom-
passing field of endeavor reveals a notable contribution to the
Jewish people and America. Its influence has been felt in coun-
tries all over the world.
Its war service program cannot be too highly commended.
Its battle against anti-seraitism is well-known. B'nai B'rith's
efforts for youth through Hillel and A.Z.A. are time and again
proving their worth.
A most important aspect of a successful drive will be the
tion Committee to be
ly."
IS
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tenance of democracy The public relations geniussi
Hollywood have, with the approval of certain Jewish led* j
definitely turned thumbs down on the production of a picWJ
on the Jewish heroes of the Warsaw ghetto The reason a*j
en, believe it or not. is this: Good will propaganda is effeaJBj
only if it is not too obvious.
THIS AND THAT ...
If the wages of sin is death, calculates Harry Herschfidi
PRTIini IP inritl P **'uer anc* ^is pal rate time and a half Orson Welles writ*
ill 1 Hill I 111 111 S that German professors have discovered that the potato ii*J
UnlliULIU lULnLU only food capable of keeping Aryan blood pure and in circu
_____ i tion The Nazi scientists made this discovery since potato*
(continued from paqe D > became virtually the only food available to Germans thest j
Jewish community told the JTA' daYs Add to your list of curious coincidences the fact thatj
correspondent that Dr. Zolli has William C. Colepaugh and Erich Gimpel, the two U-boat-borMj
for a '
concei
and o
munity. His recent
brought the gup between him and
a Ions time been primarily Nazi spies who at this writing are on trial at Governors Island,
crned with scholarly studies M v (,. j y u- u ir,,ramflMl
out of touch with his com- JU;.J- ,foI ,ime occupied an apartment in which pw^Tl
resignation j Clifford Odets had lived before he left New York for Hollywood |
ABOUT PEOPLE ...
March 4 will mark the official celebration of the 75*1
nitHnde^n Jd birlhdaY of Osoar Straus, famed composer of such operettf
nity ana expressed nc 'u- r-k^u,. c.u:.... t., _.____>n^.t..Lifl
opportunity given these new members to affiliate themselves ';'"' community into the open.
[ .1 t ft. Zulli told the JTA a few days ago
as a part of the community. Too, too many of our brethren i ,iiat he felt estrange.'.
are unaffiliated. Jewish community and expressed __ tu nu^Z. ""-,7" T_ -,.,... his unwillingness to a i ny Ub Tne Chocolate Soldier" ... The occasion will take the MS
Bnai bnth serves as a common meeting ground and has new responsibilities '.: m it. ,oi special show, with Oscar Straus conducting the orchesWj
become an integral part of the life of our community and is a Bni m BnKl.iy. Ka ., (.alic-: Notwithstanding the many rumors concerning Judge Samosj
symbol of unity and unification. This call for affiliation should rabbinate in Vienna.' in HUB he L?_se"m_c!n'. Pre,sident Roosevelt's special assistant, h
be answered!
HENRIETTA SZOLD
was
. appointed Chief Rabbi of re,urn lo hs juridical profession after the war Len Lj*j]
Trieste, a post he held until he 'ells us that Jo Davidson, the bearded sculptor who made
became Chief Rabb. of Rome in Inagural Medallion, recently received from the Treasury &?*\
ment a letter addressed to "Miss Jo Davidson" Mauna
Jewish history will not be able to forget Henrietta Szold NOTED TANK LEADER Kallen; of "ie art department of the Universal Pictures advej
founder of Hadassah whose death has just occurred in Palestine. DIES FROM WOUNDS I"*3 oUice' is a distinguished painter on whom a number of *
The career of Miss Szold reflects an aspect of Palestinian' T ^77 lul KS 5 ^S*9 ,i Mimi BenzeU' ** neW ^Tm\
.. J i-uieouuiuii Gen Ivan D cherniakhovskv, uPera find, original y wanted to be a doctor with iourna|
achievement about which Zionists may take greatest pride- brilliant 37-year-old Jewish tank as her second choij as a career wSS haoPY to iep
about which there are no two schools of thought. When she '
left for Palestine, that land was one of the sorest diseased spots
vade Gpmanv rTi^H Q..n^. f ue^iaea nit Leon n romomkn. .._.j in k> tnnwn on
vade Germany, died Sunday of:
. Leon, you remember, used to be known
of the world. Trachoma was blinding the eyes of hundreds of JwM !Cud n the baUle" 4'. S,Pge as Leo Fuchs A new concern with a bm|
chUdren and malaria was sowina death nmrmr, -- ~vJ f'rt'" ffiJ^S?.s,a- ..... .. iutUre u the S'evens Music Publishinrr Gnmoanv *> I
Cherniaskhovsky was the
youngest general in the Red
Army, the younRest army group
commander, and one of the na-
children and malaria was sowing death among many other
thousands.
Palestine was called a holy land, but it appeared that
holiness and wholesomeness were contradictory things. Hadas- jtl0nS' 0UtstandinB strategists.
sah showed that these two concepts were not antagonistic but | U_ OF_ M PRESENTS
rather complementary. Miss Szold, by the building of the
Hadassah institution in Palestine, helped make the Holy Land
into a wholesome land.
There are those who will argue against this and that in
Zionism, but certainly there are none who will argue against
this great practical work of Zionism which Miss Szold did so
much to build.
.u,u, is me sevens Music Publishing Company SZ\
venture of bandleader Charlie Spivak-and is named aWj
Charlies young son, Steven.
ELMAN IN CONCERT
The University of Miami will
present Mischa Elman in a violin
recital Sunday afternoon, March
o u \ . School. 2400 West Flagler St The
program will begin at 4:30 p. fn
UniteT^TwaTionds are
still the best investment.
NAT L. WILLIAMS
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Announce* removal of his offices to
1021-23 25 Seybold Building
Miami
Telephone
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HILLEL serves thousands oi student
soldiers.
VOCATIONAL SERVICE odds Man
Power mobilization.
WAR SERVICE furnishes 950 Recrea-
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S325.000.0OO oi War Bonds; brings
about the donation oi 56,000 pints oi
blood.
B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH (A.Z.A. and B'ncd
B'rith Girls) sells bonds, collects
salvage, sponsors youth canteens.
THE NATIONAL JEWISH MONTHLY
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B'NAI B'RITH formulates with other or-
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B'NAI B'RITH has passed the hundred year
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*Jenistfkridiar^
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23
Beth Sholom Center, located at 761 41st St.. Miai
Lib.
( a |. Ra] i Leon Kroi the Educational School
Cci: y Cl rryuig
In the past fi mom S reased its
ts g md its progn
favorably with
st progress try. li
to the formal religious
groups u reel Cantoi L< H s
-.;" .:':" '- K : I '< n havt
Fewish prosecutors may place non-iews
prepare indictments in jewish brigade
tainin* the best Anglo-
., ., Mrs e. L. v I'h\IIi Konn.
and Mrs. Leon Ell
H St
con- Mark5' "
nfirmation at the
S fia JTA J( h
is ial J sh sec-
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thai
ng n- n
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: J< luring that il ight up to full

strengi I I i
n-Jewis inits 1 it, it
shortly ar rs in 1 r :. -:- f th x
Agency, ana
- Agency's
labo: -. 51 which al out 8.500
J> wish mi q bet\ n I
I 45 were sent. T
were to be a s
: -.:-: : ting t
As a result, I As has
.......
(getting : emits
from I
-
ttle food and su iectt i
sorts streatment.
A ." section of an Anti-
I Al a mass-i
ng today to s
n and Shertok
called for irgent
the J Briga I ted in
F is si E
Jewish oi-
ly 1 just arrived from
Jews in I four years that Bui- I
Si rmany. Bris ......training
Am ng th nts
lion is a I V Alex- Tel A
and<.:- Bi ff, C mmissi ner for I rs. Both ffici rs
Jew sh Affairs, undi I emphasized thai
Jews w ish I fr m the Brigad n anxi us to be
Bulg r sent in attlefront as s on as
to ieai T ssi le.
plan pr
provin troi I n to
Vien tner Danu
an I evi nl tally t Pola
Thi i r N izi Gov rnment did
succeed in excelling th Jews
S fi i an I thi c largi itii -
rovincial villages,
lemocratic elements
and the clergy prevented the de-
i of Jews from
- via proper, although over
20.01"1 sent to death camps
TRADE DIVISION
FEATURES '45 DRIVE
.gurating a new techr.iaue
'. ; : as an
the pi ess I I rn at i
parl I thi 1945 F li ration

n : lign b "' is
:
g for thi en rmous
com-
Soi i pr spect card- r
I ared and on ki i.....
gr tips, w hich will
.'. rki rs make .this
iss
As first func-
ti ns initial c::-> di'
Hillel Sil-
ts i f the division
t Sui the Latin
Quarter. Dr. Silver in his remarks
up pled fir the success
lion goal of $305,000.
: ever) dollar
vi S and
the a I ::' of a
more si for the Jew is!
-. i |
TRIO AT CENTER TALK
ABOUT BROTHERHOOD
How better icpress the
spirit the sub-
y a re und-table
... ., ... \l.\ y ,.ve.
Miami B h Jewish
n was one
lich were
Bi .".erhood Week
si : ince. On the program were
Ri Fr F Sullivan. S. J.,
. Irving Lehrman, and Rev.
Paul Nathan Jewett.
. evening the National
i f Christians and
I its annual dinner and
as guest speakers Dr.
Ellis Poster, pastor of the Old
Presbyterian) Church. Newark,
N. J Msgr. Joseph G. Cassidy,
of Alhanv. Ga., and Rabbi Marius
n. of Temple Sharey Tefilo.
East Orange. N. J.
. Last Saturday a billboard post-
er in front of the First Federal
was dedicated, depicting the
three-fold purpose of brother-
hood, blood, and bonds.
ESTIMATE 450,000 JEWS
KILLED IN HUNGARY
JTA iThe Hungarian
.isional Government, in a
n thi Kossuth radio
'-.. estimated that "at least
450.000 Hungarian Jews
the Germans in gas
chambers and in death camps."
HOME FOR AGED NOW
POSSESSES PROPERTY
documents and photos of deporta-
tions are also on exhibit.
The cruel methods used in the
fr m Bulgarian-occupied Mace- murdering of Hungarian Jews,
donia and Thrace. Manv other includmg aged, women and chil-
dren, surpass the imagination of
human beings.'" the broadcast
said. "Full details of the atr
against Hungarian Jewry are now
being revealed by survivors in
Budapest. The new democratic
Hungary demands that none of
these crimes remain unavenged."
Keep on Buying War Bonds.
300.000 JEWS SLAIN IN
EVACUATED JEWS
BUILD INDUSTRIALLY
Samarkand. Uzbekistan (JTA)
- Jews evacuated from Poland
into Central Asia in the early
months of the war have convened
this ancient and colorful city into
Alfred B. Rosenstein, president
Jewish Home fcr the Aged,
announced that the organization
has taken -. ssion of its newly-
acquired property at S. W. 12th
Ave and 4th St. Alterations to
improve will be started next
week.
In the meantime, directors of
the organization are soliciting
memberships and expect to have
the roster number more than
300 by I rid of the month. A
series of ooen house events are
scheduled at the home each Sun-
to which the pub-
lic is invited.
manufacturing center RUSSIA AND POI AND
which can be compared to the
Balue section of Lodz which was
populated before the war by
thousands of Jewish weavers.
New York (JTA)An official
report on the number of Jews
; who have survived Nazi occupa-
Many of these Jews are pro-. tion has been received from Mas
fessional weavers from Lodz and cow by the World Jewish Con
Bialystok. while others pursued gress, revealing that in 38 liberat
different occupations before the ed Russian and Polish cities and
war. or had no skills at all. To- towns the agregate Jewish pop-
day they are working in coooera- ulation has been reduced from
tive textile factories and. accord- a pre-war 400.000 to 3 122 le
ing to available information, are than 1 per cent Dr St'enh'en s
producing an average of 40.000 Wise, president of the Congress
yards of fabrics daily. Some of, disclosed todav. *
these weavers have won awards
as the best textile workers in the
area.
All of the Jewish weavers were
The information is the result of
a comparative census by the Jew-
ish Anti-Fascist Committee in
Moscow. The survey shows that
happy to hear that their native the cities of Lublin, Vilna Bialv
cities in Poland have been liber- stok. and Kovno. which had an
ated. but none of them are plan-
ning to return to their former
homes. They have settled in
XafcJ& Population of
?0837800TbheOrmet1roW!r' ""**
Samarkand for good. In some of which in 193 hastens of thous'
the cooperative factories the Jews ands of-Jews and, later 100 000
are training Uzbeks as weavers more whom the Nazis deported
and are taking them in as full- from the Ukraine todav h .1
fledged members of the eoopera- 158. In some towns;n riSS
t.ve. thus creating friendly rela- Jew was found by tne Soviet
tions with the local population, .armies. soviet
HIMMLER INDICTED BY
CRIMES COMMISSION
London (JTAiThe Yugoslav
War Crimes Commission has in-
dicted Gestapo chief Heinrich
Himmler. a Nazi named Schwartz,
who was chief of the Oswiecim
death camp, and several super-
visors at the camp, charging them
with responsibility for the ex-
termination of 2.500.000 persons,
mainly Jews, from the time the
camp was established until Oc-
tober. 1943. the New Yugoslav
Telegraoh Service reports.
On one occasion, a commission
report said. 7.000 Jewish inmates
of the camp were sent to a neigh-
boring wood where inflammable
liquid was poured over them and
they were burned alive. The next
dav some of the prisoners were
forced by the Germans to scatter
their ashes over the farms at-
tached to the camp.
All sick persons and women
over 50 were thrown into fires
and burned alive, the report add-
ed. In one night 94 truckloads of
men were incinerated. During the
merman retreat from the Ukraine
six truckloads of children were
burned to death, while their mo-
thers looked on. Many of the
parents became insane.
BEACH Y IN GENERAL
MEMBERSHIP MEETING
The Young Men's and Women's
H n w association of Miami
Beach held a general membership
meeting last night, with Harry
Zukernick, president presiding.
A nominating committee was
appointed with Harry Sirkin as
chairman. Rudy Adler. George
Bertman, Mrs. Carl Susskind.
Mrs. B. B. Wolff, Mrs. Morris Al-
pert and David Isen as the other
members.
Carl Weinkle. David Phillips,
and Joseph Lipton were appoint-
ed as representatives to the
united building fund campaign
Planning committee which will
formulate plans for funds for a
new "Y" building after the war.
Elected to serve on the board
Of directors of the Southern di-
vision of the National Jewish
Welfare Board were Harry Zuck-
erniek. three years, and George
Miumac .,W years- and Mrs-
Milton Sirkin. one year.
Krep on Buying War Bonds
and Stamps.
MEMORI^MEETDJrT
A memorial meeting tn u
rietta Sxold. founder^ h7*'
sah. who passed away p-k"*
13. will be held at th. uf*
Beach Jewish Center wE**
day evening. February ^
tribute to the revered k?1
will be sponsored by the uS
Beach Zionist District. tft
ami Chapter of Hadasssh ,.I
the Business and Prof,i,'n1
Division of Hadassah **
speaker will be Mrs. Irani jW
h'un'_Pa,t Prsident of M*u '
sah. The eulogy will uT
Cantor Emanuel Barkan 3
chant the memorial nJ
Chairman of the evening IS
be Rabbi Irving Lehrma. H
public is urged to attend.
NIGHT OF STARST0
NET FUND $25,000
The Hero's Phone Fund will u I
richer by some $25,000 as T~ I
suit of the successful presents!.! i
of the Night of Stars WedSfi
evening. ""
An array of leading night eh* j
talent, interspersed with Arm?
acts, presented a four-hour sC
bringing together an extn!
vaganza of star-studded talent '
The affair was sponsored by th.
Greater Miami Armv and Nan
committee of the NationalW!
ish Welfare Board, together will
B'nai B'rith, its auxiliary, andtbil
National Council of Jewish Worn-'
en. All of the receipts will n
direct to the fund, as the Arm*.
Navy committee is underwrite'
all expenses.
The arrangement committee in-1
eluded David Phillips, general
chairman, and Herbert Sher,
ticket chairman. Assisting wen
Gus Jacobson, Mrs. David
Phillips, Harold Turk. Set, Efroa,
George Aronoff and Rudy Adler, |
HIAS-ICA DIRECTOR
ARRIVES IN PARIS
Paris (JTA)Dr. James Bern-1
stein. European director of the
Hias-Ica Emigration Association, I
has arrived here to study Jewish
emigration problems and the
functioning of the Hias-Ica offices
in Paris. Lyon, Marseille. Nw
and Toulouse.
The organization's principal ac-
tivity in France at present, he
.-aid. is establishing contact h-
tween people here and relative
abroad with a view to future erai- i
gration of those able and desinaf j
to go. Under an arrangement with
the Jewish Agency the Hias-ta
will do all the practical work con-1
nected with the emigration oil
Jews from France to Palestine.]
Selection of the emigrants and j
issuance of the certificates will
be handled by the Jewish Agency
while the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee will do most of the fr|
nancing.
Dr. Bernstein is planning j
visit Belgium and Switzerland to
survey the Jewish situation then.
before proceeding to London*
confer with Max Gottsohalt
president of the Hias-Ica, who ar-
rived in the British capital U
week from New York.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
TO AID RETURN OF
JEWISH CHILDREN
5?2L scattered Jewish children to their
homes or Jewish institutions will
be accelerated by a special com-
mittee representing various or-
ganizations of Italian Jewry
Comm?nRSnik- J'nt Distribution
Committee representative in
"ay, announced this week
Many of these children have
been cared for since the German
occupahon in the homes ofS
nctHn/JeWs a"d in non-Jewish
murhTnS- AIthoKh this aid is
"eI thaPtPEC,a,,ed- Jr',Sh leaders
he J^Jk* Umc has come fr
im h comm"nties to re-
sume responsibility for these
oMhfjnr Due .* < om
had nlriD5' much of this work
the FlnS been completed in
of the mrC ?re,a iuid members
01 ine JDC staff will ai arranging facilities for the chil
Jren m other areas. Mr! Rosnik
I WANT MY MILK
And Be Bore H*
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1URRAY
MILLER IS IN
SAN PRISON CAMP
ftl8 S- w- )his week announc-
W? "'a fety of ^eir son. Cpl.
i* the mliter, missing in action
rfurra,y ,, since December. The
' Belg,U' ittcn from a German
W^lZ and was the first
*V ,?m the Milters have had
unification "*f alive. Cpl. Miller
h^ehXr he'is31^. well and
fff' Miller was taken prisoner
,& the battle for St. Vith in
T RJ tic was with a combat
Tone of two which held out
Srhnee Eifel. a high mountain
fedSSt of St. Vith._for six days
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Oi The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
r\ r\
r\ r\ r\ r\
PARADE!
[earn
e the Germans attempted a
Serattack to break through to
hP Allied-lu'ld fort.
Graduate of Miami Senior High
hi qnd former student of the
feomorid..CpLMm.
I was attending Southern Col-
aL of Optometry. Memphis,
Frenn when he entered service in
&ry. IM3. He went over-
Las last_Oetober.
IsGT. AARON SPECTOR
llNENGLISHHOSPITAL
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Spector,
of 1575 N. W 2nd St have
learned that their son, S/Sgt
lAaron Spector, twice decorated
for heroism in action, is under-
Igoing hospital treatment in Eng-
lland before returning to the
slatcs to receive his discharge.
I Set Spector received his Silver
IStar award during the battle of
St Lo, when his heroism in rear-
lEu'ard action permitted the eva-
Icuation of his trapped infantry
limit Following the escape of his
Icompanv from the trap, he per-
sonally evacuated four wounded
men. remained with them in a
house between the lines to dress
[their wounds, and then ventured
Iforth to destroy two German ma-
I chine-gun nests.
He was awarded the Bronze
Istar for the exemplary fashion
[with which he took charge of his
platoon following the death of
I the platoon leader and led his
[men in a series of successful at-
Itacks on Nazi positions.
Spector suffered the lose of his
|left forearm and three fingers of
| his right hand as result of the
I explosion of an anti-personnel
mine.
Lt. "Lyn" Hacker, on leave
from her post at San Antonio,
Tex., is visiting here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hacker, 410 N. W. 18th Ave. A
dietician attached to the U. S.
Army Air Corps, Lt. Hacker has
been in service about 20 months.
Robert Weinitein. formerly of
Miami, has been promoted from
1st class petty officer to chief
petty officer. He is serving on
USS-LST 805 somewhere in the
Pacific.
I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S
CALENDAR
KILLED IN ACTION
Pvt. David L. Berman, 20, of
Upper Darby, Pa. In France.
Tk5 Michael Bruss. 35, of New-
ark. N. J. In France.
Lt. Marvin Frydyn. 23, of Chi-
cago, 111. Over Hanover, Ger-
many. He was the bombardier of
a Flying Fortress. Purple Heart.
Pfc. Paul S. Buchman, 21. In-
fantry, of Plant City, Fla. In
Normandy, was wounded in ac-
tion and awarded the Purple
Heart.
Herbert Shapiro, son-in-law of
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, left last
Monday for Camp Blanding, to
be inducted into the armed forces.
Herbert is 31 years old and is
the father of three sons, the old-
est, 4 years old and twin-boys a
year and a half old. Herbert's
two brothers have been serving
for about three years. One is a
captain in the navy, serving in
the Phillipines, the other in the
army.
Monday:
Discussion Group. 8 p. m., Miami
Beach TM & THA, Chaplain Carl I.
Miller.
TiMltr:
Choir rehearsal. 8 p. m.. Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave.. Cantor Emanuel Barkan.
Wrdamday:
Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. m. Mi-
ami Beach TM & THA; Study Group.
"The Reconstructionist Movement."
9 P. m., Miami Beach YM & WHA.
Chaplain Saul Kraft.
Friday:
Sabbath Service*. 8 p. m.. Chaplain
Kraft. Miami Beach YM
After spending a short leave
with his mother. Mrs. Sarah Re-
becca Smulm. 1348 S. W. 2nd St.,
I SI c Raphael Smulin left for
Bainbridge. Md. to await assign-
ment to radio school.
Before entering the Navy,
Smulin worked in the Traffic
Supply Department at Opa Locka
Naval Air Station and was re-
cently awarded a $25 prize for
I his constructive suggestions with
regard to his work at the station.
Irwin Melti, 1439 Alton Rd.,
Miami Beach, tail gunnery stu-
dent at Gulfport Army Air field,
Miss., promoted to corporal.
Pfc. Bennett M. Lifter, son of
Mrs. Daniel D. Lifter, 1235 Meri-
dian Ave., Miami Beach, has been
awarded the expert infantryman
badge at Camp San Luis Obispo,
Cal., where he is stationed with
the Black Hawk infantry divi-
sion.
Staff Sgt. Bernard C. Green-
stein. 636 S. W. 19th St., veteran
of infantry action in Normandy
who was wounded last June,
Combat Infantryman's badge at
Finney general hospital, Thomas-
ville, Ga.
Saul Kraft, Miami Beach YM &
WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller.
Poinrlana Hotel. 1555 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat.
refreshments served by hostesses
from the Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Chaplain Meyer Mereminsky,
Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field;
JWB Oneg Shabbat. refresments
served by hostesses from the Miami
Service League.
Saturday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami
Beach YM & WHA. refreshments
served by Miami Beach Service Lea-
gue; Servicemen's dance. 8 p. m., Mi-
ami YM & YWHA. 1567 S. W. 5th
St.. refreshments served by Miami
Service League.
Snaday:
Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center, re-
freshment* served by aenior
hostesses.
Sgt. Jack Buchsbaum. grand-
son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Horn, 701
10th St., Miami Beach, is a Liber-
ator mechanic with a 15th AAF
heavy bombardment squadron in
Italy.
Edwin P. Weinrlch, 145 N. W.
64th St., Cherry Point, N. C,
clearance section man, promoted
to private first class.
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Staff Sgt. Irving I. Lieberman.
19, of Baltimore, Md. Over
Bremen. A ball turret gunner
aboard a Flying Fortress, Sgt.
Lieberman had been twice
wounded in aerial combat. He
held the Air Medal and Oakleaf
Cluster.
______
First Sgt. William Seymour. 35.
of Detroit, Mich. In the Asiatic
area. He had flown more than
300 hours, delivering food and
ammunition to the Chinese.
Pfc. Perry Gould, 24, of Brook-
lyn. On Biak Island.
Lt Robert G. Jacobson. 27, of
New York City. In Normandy, as
he was leading his platoon in. an
attack on fortified enemy posi-
tions. Awarded a Presidential
Unit Citation and the Purple
Heart.
Kearny, N. J. In France, on D
day, storming beach at Nor-
mandy. Purple Heart.
Pvt. Harry M Sheinberg, 22,
of the Bronx, N. Y. In Italy. He
was with the forces that made
the initial assault on Italy and
later fought at Anzio.
Staff Sgt. Alfred M. Kohn. 23,
of Miami Beach, Fla. In the in
the invasion of southern France,
by Nazi machine gun fire.
Pfc. Leon Shkolnick. 25, of Co-
lumbus, O. In France.
T/5 David Weiner. 36, of Port
Washington, N. Y. In Italy. He
was a veteran of the Sicilian and
African campaigns. He held the
Bronze Star for bravery in com-
bat.
Staff Sgt. Joeeph Weiss. 27, of
Brooklyn. In France. Wounded in
Normandy, he insisted on going
back into action on his recovery.
Mrs. L. H. Dobrow, of 710 Jef-
ferson Ave., Miami Beach, has
received work that her son. Lt.
Leonard Dobrow, serving with
the infantry overseas, has been
awarded the Bronze Star" for
heroic action in combat.
Two other sons are also in
service: Pvt. William in the
Philippines, and Pvt. Morton in
Italy.
Sgt. Leonard J. Oxenberg who
has been stationed in the Ha-
waiian Islands with the Fourth
Emergency Rescue Squadron has
recently been shinned to the
Cook 1/c Melvin J. Bloom, 21.
USN, of Miami Beach, has re-
ceived the Navy and Marine
Corps Medal for heroism off the
coast of France. His ship was ap-
proaching the beach when Bloom
saw five soldiers struggling in i
deep water. He realized that they
would drown unless aided, and
immediately, with the help of an-
other crew member, launched a'
dinghy. Bloom and the other
sailor effected their rescue of the
drowning soldiers while heavy
enemy fire raked the area.
Tech. Sgt. Sidney Z. Schwartz,
1870 S. W. Sixth St., veteran of
55 missions in the China-India-
Burma theater as B-25 radio op-
erator-gunner, awarded the Air
Medal at AAF convalescent hos-
pital at St. Petersburg.
Bernard RosenthaL 1228 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach, with the ad-
ministrative inspection section of
the 20th Ferrying Group, ATC,
Nashville, promoted to corporal.
Your friends and neigh-
bors are interested in the
progress your son or hus-
band is making in the
armed lorces. Telephone
your service news items
to the Jewish Floridian by
dialing 2-1141 or write us
c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami
18. Ha.
"^T
UtWSON OlalUl HoaPITA.
2f**v. /*
J^J- <6yc *4* a* #?* f^* /^-^
been shipped
Manannas.
Bernard Fox. 1505 N. W. 12th
St., B-24 ball turret gunner with
the 15th AAF, promoted to ser-
geant.
Seaman Harvey Weisberg
Navy V-12 trainee at Colum-
bia University and member of
Sgt. Eddie Cohen is here to! B'nai Moshe Chapter, Detroit, of
Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith
youth organization for boys of
high school age, who won the
national AZA sermon-writing
contest for the second successive
year._____________
spend a short furlough with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor
Cohen, 1876 S. W. 10th St. His
post is at Camp Gordon Johnson,
where he is editor of the camp
newspaper, "The Amphibian."
Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Through
the Co-operation of
COWEN'S SHOE STORES
155 E. Flagler St. 822 Lincoln Rd.
JACK C. JAYSON
Miami
PUBLIC GAS CO.
7200 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
ltW S. Miami Avenue
SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL
76 S. E. 1st Street
I. RUBIN SONSOriainal Rubins
US N. Miami Avenue
M ROTH & HAYS
Manufactureri Agents Langford Bldg.
MONTE SELIG
Miami Florida
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN &
RESTAURANT
170 N. W. Fifth Street
RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC.
160 E. Flagler Street
LEO ROBINSON
Miami Beach
RUBINSTEIN'S
WOMEN'S APPAREL
1026 Lincoln Rd- Miami Beach
NANKIN'S SHOE STORE
158 E. Flagler Street. Miami
ANN'S IMPORTERS
714 Lincoln Road
Ufa. durtxt.
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The above letter was received
by Mrs. Rudy Adler from one
of the local men now at the Law-
son General Hospital at Atlanta.
In another letter they write that
upon a expected leave, two of
the boys will be in Miami and
will become blood donors at the
Dade County Blood Bank Mr
Adler, a member of the Blood
Council of the Bank and chair:
man of the B'nai B'rith Miami
Beach Blood Bank committee, m
appealing to local residents to
give blood said, "for those who
have already given in this battle
and are now wounded and in
hospitals but are again demons-
trating their continued willing-
ness to serve their country and
fellow man, sufficient words of
praise can not be given. This
demonstration of courage and
service must serve as an example
to all of us here in realizing that
the least we can do is to cooper-
ate by immediately becoming
blood donors."
Fill Out ThiTCoupon and Meal To "WAR RECORDS," Army
Nervy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Flwidq
Name_
-Serial No.
Home Address
Birth Date-
Street
____Birthplace-
City
State
Civilian Occupetion.
City State
-Marital Status----------
Date Entry
In Service-
Date
.Discharged
Branch of Service-
Rank or Rating-
Full name of nearest kin---------
Relationship--------------Address.
Information Transmitted by
Telephone number-------------------
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PAGE EIGHT
vJenist HcrkJiaji^
FRIDAY, FEBRUARYS
CANTOR BARKAN TO
APPEAR IN CONCERT
Cantor En anu
Miami Beach Jewish (
pre* nted in a concert
day, February 27. 8 p. n
Center. The evening -
by the Congregation and its
Sisterhood and
: in his first
ance since coming to Miai
HENRIETTA SZOLD
DIES IN PALESTINE
THIS KB. AGE 84
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
ribbon inscribed to "the mother
who saved us from death valley."
All Jewish institutions through- Beach Y as part of that organ-
out the country flew their flags lzaUon's cultural activity. Ci
at half mast, work did not stop | Barkan's program will nsist ol
use Miss Szold had always Hebrew and Jewis
opposed any cessation of work in ancj several mod
Jewish institutions in Palestine. jjergi He will bi ... anied by
Jewish Agency for Palestine jjis Edythe Fk i Su
I the Jewish National Council ;ng tne cantor on I nine's
issued a joint tribute emphasiz- program will be the Balik R
ing the 1< s suffered by the Jew- ancj a -, ; -
ish people. sa\e at th< Center ffice, 1415
Representatives of the 12.000 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
young Jew:-:-, refugees whose1--------------------------
settlement in e was made DEBS CHAPTER TO
by the V nth Al yah, f r>r\TV tiuct scram
which Miss Szold was the lead- ValVL rlttbl AffAiri
_ -; irit, arri\ ere from set- ,
. ..... -h j I dancing th
toatl : f the worn- lerlying then I af-
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
. .... greater
-.: .... ""
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform, I
,, I Dr.
j imei will
OBITUARIES
MAURICE SADORF
rf, II, whn came from
\|.,-. tWi "'
.... Miami
lv, I bj hli wire,
two daiwhtm.
I, ,.> N'atalle May. all .>r
lira h til bod) wa aenl to
; ., Memorial chapel,
SAMUEL L. WOLFF
.. w 19, who i ime from
i. n .i a yeai ago, died Tuej-
i ith BI Miami Beach. Ho
... I by his "if". Mra, Uyse
bodj wai -in to New
I bj Rive ril l( M< mortal
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION.
jton Av.,
>
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:
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
M| r\ CENTER. Coniervative. 14
-; S Nurs-
ing adjacent : I Roths
H L'l versit] Hospital
tinued hei
4
the hospital
COMMITTEE PROVIDES
PURIM CELEBRATIONS
5t ss>.- ii 50 mei
::' : tl R< -' It '
Grou ind Sen Fon
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DEBBS. Ii an be ob-
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series of Purin lions
fits prog! : -
Ser
PARENTS OF RABBI
TO BE HONORED
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BETH SHOLOV CENTER. Con-
-.-.. 11ft St '.' Bfnctv
ll N
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Rabbi Leon
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Cantor Louie Hay
man ..
...
.

EMIGRANTS RECEIVE
AMERICAN HELP
Paris (JTA)American offi-
cials | ive been must help-
ful in arranging for the trans-
it the first contingent
children and 50
who are emigrating from
Palestine, it was re-
iiv David Sealtiel,
represent of the Jewish
xecutive.
ire i xpected to
before the end of
The Joint Distribution
financing the trans-
rtal Tl 200 children are
rphans or have relatives
in Palestine. The Youth Aliyah
for their reception
and rt nee upon their ar-
tine.
FRIDAY. FEB. 23:
American J.-wlsh Con*.. _
en'e Friday Review i ,' n.
mill He.uh Jewish Cent.?' m-
SATURDAY. FEB. 24
Item-h Chapter l! ,,; ,.,,.
card party, Mantell I'laiT u Gin*
p. m. ** "otel, |
SUNDAY, FEB. 25:
Religious School Pnrlm Affair r.
.I.M-..Ii; lleach & Town y- B*">
Miami Beach Senior liieh 2^w>
m.; American JewakiS
donor hwi.h.'n h,c*-
Quarter: B.2.H. Chapter' nf k*
BrlthQirto, boa, ri.,.,1^JaM
:. S pil
: Ra Max SI
r at
of the
lary 2
s-The sched- miami jewish orthodox m*
fig 31 GREGATION 5O0 S W AV
Fel Mrs. I.-, lor Cohi n, Mrs. Ben : i
24 al : the Mi- Kan Mrs Isid ngm r, Mrs. ''';'"
ami YM& WHA I ; S W 5th L i A C \,s. tfB ,
Mri.
la.i BiiCkstein. .\ :x
Rel ..
...
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.....
PALESTINE PLANS FOR
POST-WAR INDUSTRY
I t-wai plans for develop-
sjriculture
le ub-
tine Economic
the largest Ameri-
in that
will
pi e ; am i I expan-
fter thi war as
rder ti accelerate
: on i if new
..... more op-
yment, ac-
rt S; Id, chair-
ard of directors.
K:30 p. m
Kress.
Q
II'
B p. m
MONDAY. FEB. 26:
American Jewish Ci.iilti.ss w_
en regular meetlnc. Mi.tuiu";
T;- Buxliieae Prof, -",., &*
en's nivsion of II **
meellnif. Beach V. **uU'
TUESDAY. FEB. 27: ra-
Miami Jewish Orthodox Conm-
tli.n. Indies' Auxiliary, I'nrlm lSl
Choral \- Blnctna .s,i u.m-
by the W5."S Je'wrsh' SSSSA
In .....Deration with >. -vv "
affiliate.! .-.mim .,:.,,.. \ J
Beach Jewish Center, ., T1
I-. Advlaory Council Meetinir t
in. to 3:30 u. m.
WEDNESDAY. FEB. 28-
Miami Beach JewUh Center siat.
'.....' I>onor Luncheoi i:,..h )_!!.
Talmud Torah. cai o ?
H.th Jacob Adult Institute I.
1" p. ni.; Work.n. i, ,-: j,
S92, executive comn .... ,41
v SO p, m.; National i .- 2*
l-h Women, board m.-.tma in
12: Beth Bholem 81st,
meetlns, I p. m.; H h J,t.
ish Canter Adult C in ,Z
Junction with the Bur, f j,.^
Ed icatlon and ep, ,,,.
tlona, s p. m.
FRIDAY. MARCH 2:
National Council of Jewish \vim
Forum.
SUNDAY. MARCH 4:
s; lal Ciiis Brunch, l", ,l-ratio
i 'ampaUpi, Latin Qu u
i > i>s Chapter B'i al Ii lorn
Woman, Beach V, m. Un
dam '.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy,

AJJGUST BROS Ry-:
f" Is the BEST.'
t
St. under the i Mi- Segal
ami S( ".'.
.: dance. I itati I
at 6 p. i :
25. al M
'.:.- the (
S. ni r Hostess G
N. Y. ASSEMBLY WOULD
INVESTIGATE SCHOOLS
Y JTA)Ri
Service Leaf I ng for a h gislai .
I ruary 27, tation. at 6
P- m. 137 N. E.
] Ith St
Sis.
empt i
professioi 5 in 1 stati
f New York
in tht State
nui : E Assen
CANTOR MAMCHES IN ,
MIAMI BEACH 10 YEARS N- C- ,' W- T0 H0LD
,.------ MEETING OF BOARD
Cant r ... rici Mamches will ---------
mark his 101 Chapter. Nal nal Coun-
Jacol C nrgegati with a cil oi Jewish Women, will h Id m,
..... ting at Beach "V
ru Tick. Ii wi n sal W In Fi y 28, at 10
: -.-. week. An an ng a, m. Board members are urged
: sts will anr to att rid.
iarl* to
Hebrei
.....
-' Feb-
.- harfrel
) .
. .. : \ .
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave '
rhond Wei k
Rabbi Mix Sh.TDiro Will dlSCUHH the
thi ..-. ...
.. -
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r
We Specialize in all branches of Beauty Culture
... Hair Stylist
Phone 5-1730 Miami Beach
Gino
1057 Washington Ave.
MMM
- birth.
Cantor Abraham Friedman and
hie S
- ...
' : Iro will rt|.
" wei To iv-
, '
1 which fommi
, nee of the Ter-lan
'*".....' Hai .,.
..... thi .......-i,.,, in .j:,
. Mon!
Th !... ,, ,, .
...... 1 Rabl 1
Phone 5-5276
BUG BUSTERS, Inc.
121 FIFTH STREET MIAMI BEACH
If you want Bugs, that's your busines*
It you don't, that's ouxs
RITMIGATIOX
FVMIGATION
termite ci intri >l
rodent contri il
MOTH rROOFiNG
MILDEW PROOFING
em* -A N. rv
. T ieday morning
Knw Ujar .StamP an<1 Bonds
MJW and give our men in the
iirmed forces the help thev need
HEAL ESTATE-MIAMI BEACH
Upton House Cooler Corn.
COOLING AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS
FOR
HOMES AND COMMERCIAL USES
Expert Engineering Service
Without Obligation
Ask Our Many Friends Who Have One
242 S. W. 5th St Phone 2^33
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots, Homes, Hotels
Apt. & Commercial Bldgs.
M. GILLER, Realtor
1448 Wath. Ave.. Ph. 5-M75
140 N. E. lit Ave.. Ph. 2.5151
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. RapraMtatotivs
Ronny Taylor was tendered a
dinner W, Ini sday night on the
occasion of his 68th birthday by
Mrs. May Chan f 411 Fi rn
St. Guest of honor was Mrs. Mary
.- : ri.
week furlough here, visiting with
her aunt. Mrs. D. Salzman 17B
Lake Ave., and her cousin. Mrs.
E. Barash, 1502 Florida Ave.
Beth El Sisterhood held its
semi-monthlj card party this
. in Sher Memorial hall.
Faye Cobunovski, a yeoman 1 c
in the U. S. Navy, spent a three
Pfc. Joe Schrebnick. son of
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick. i f West
Palm Beach, was mentioned in
an item in Stars and Stripes
Army newspaper, last month. He
discussed the food situation con-
cerning those who observe dietary
laws.
Wv
C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road, Weft Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
-^--
AMBULANCE SERVICE
MIZZELL SIMON
MORTUARY
413 Hibiscus Street
Phone 8121
West Palm Beach, Fla.
ALFAR
CREAMERY CO.
FOR THE BEST IN
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WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Serying PeJni Bmco County, featuring the
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** illAM ducts and Ice Cream.
**X 9 AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION
101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. Lobby Entiaaca
420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Serocamen: Why not make oui office your headquarters?
DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD
Optotnrtrist-Opticiaa Phon# MJ||
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
Mr r. r,1!01 Soulh OUt Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
GENERAL PAINTING
BY BEST MECHANICS
pre Etimtei Giv.n
I- D. Gilbreolh Point Co.
" No *nwer Call 2-5108
LAINHART & POTTER
BUHDmG MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 W^ Palm Beach. Fla.


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1945
*JewisHlcriaHan
PAGE NINE
B L O O D-
BLOOD
DONORS NEEDED!
Your Opportunity to Share
Life Itself With Your
Fellow Man
Become a Blood Donor and Report To:
MIAMI BEACH BLOOD BANK STATION
Located in Morris Brothers' Department Store
1261 Washington Avenue
Tuesdays-Thursdays. 9-12 Noon
FLORIDA POWER BLOOD BANK STATION
Inaraham Bldg.
Daily 9 to 1:30 P. M.Excepting Saturdays
JACKSON MEMORIAL BLOOD BANK
Daily 8:30 A. M. to 2 P. M.Excepting Saturdays
Thursdays 5-7 P. M. Sundays 9 to 11 A. M.
SAINT FRANCIS HOSPITAL
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 A. M. to 1 P. M.
WASTE NO TIME NO BAD AFTER-EFFECTS
Donors Will Refrain From Eating For At Least 4 Hours Before Appearing
m WRITE fl CHECK
OM-m BANK OF LIFE?

DONATE -ta-tiu.
DAOE COUnTY
BLOOD BAflK
This Appeal Made Possible Through The Co-Operation of:
ROSS ARMY AND NAVY STORE
110 N. Miami At*.
RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM
1389 N. W. 7th St.
CAPRI RESTAURANT
217 5th St.. Miami Beach
MIAMI BEACH RADIO CO.
1219 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
JOE & TONY'S BAR AND GRILI
937 W. Flagler Street
JOHN GUASTELLA
1658 Meridian Are.. Miami Bead
NASSAU HOTEL
1414 Collins An., Miami Beach
BROAD RIPPLE HOTEL
4370 Collins Are.. Miami Beach
SHEPLEY HOTEL
1340 Collins Are- Miami Beach
PALMER HOUSE
1119 Collins Are.. Miami Beach
ALLEN HOTEL
2001 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
AVALON HOTEL
700 Ocean Dr Miami Beach
ATLAS HOTEL
426 Meridian Are- Miami Beach
BEACH PLAZA HOTEL
1401 Collins Are.. Miami Beach
ANNELL HOTEL
700 Euclid Are.. Miami Beach
LINCOLN CENTER HOTEL
630 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach
IRVING WEINBEBG
ANGLERS HOTEL
634 Washington Avc. Miami Beach
ASTORIA HOTEL
1910 West Aye., Miami Beach
Operated by HONIG & SALSBERG
TUDOR HOTEL
1111 Collins In, Miami Beach
SCHIFFS COMPLETE FOOD MARKET
1600 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
VICTOR HOTEL
1144 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
MR. DAVID ROSNER
ADMIRAL HOTEL
1020 Meridian Are., Miami Beach
ABRAMS HOTEL
302 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
BEACH PARK HOTEL
600 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
MAX HERMAN. Owner JOE RUBIN. Mgr.

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PAGE TEN
fJewisHlcridlian
The Festival of Purim
By Dr. M. A. Lipkind
TRAIL RED CROSS
HAS NEW SUPERVISOR
Mrs. Kate Lazarus, of 1845 S.
W 7th St.. has been appointed
sewing production supervisor at
, the Trail American Red Cioss
JCcnUr.room206oftheShena
jewisn inc douk ui i;re,' t the Center, open on iuj .
month of Adar. It will be ob- them is not a book of history.; ai. i Thursdays of each
served this year by Jews every-1 but a historical novel that relates lui." scwing kit bags
where on Tuesday. February 27.; a lengthy tae of ancient davs. )'/*'.' overseas service and
Like Chanukah. Purim is not The historian Simon Dubnow. tor army o%are distribu-
imbued with religious solemnity, on the other hand. disregards c ^"j^SdEuropean coun-
There is no cessation of work i their evidence and is of the ODin-, tion in iiotrai<.u ^
and no special ceremonials have j ion that the story is an authentic tries._________________
been built around it. Like one, and has happened at the iMCTTTTTTT
Chanukah, Purim is also a day time of Ahasuerus. He thinks that ADULT 1N&1UU It.___
of deliverance. On Chanukah the the use of non-Jewish names by ... qprOND SEMESTER
deliverance of Judaism is ob- j Mordecai and Esther is a practice 1W PftWWW oavu*
served; on Purim the deliverance common among assimilated Jews
of the Jews is celebrated. But' to this day. In fact, we find men-
while Chanukah is a dated festi-l tioned Hadassah as being Esthers
val commemorating great events Jewish name,
in the history of the Jewish peo-. It is interesting to note that
piethe revolt and victory of the the famous Mamonides, in his
Hasmoneans, the origin of ; great code makes the following
Purim has been lost in the dim-, statement: "In the days of the;
ness of antiquity. Messiah ." the only sacred
The story of Purim has been books which wil be remembered
The Beth Jacob Adult Institute
of Studies opened its second
semester last night with an initial
registration of close to one hun-
dred men and women. The course
will be given weekly on Wed-
nesdays from 8 to 10:15 p. m.
and is open to all men and wom-
en in the community.
preserved for us in the Book of I will be the Pentateuch and the Courses include a study of P. ';
Esther. The story deals with an scroll of Esther." Biblical Hebrew literature
episode in the life of the Jews But whatever views may exist Ben Ruditsky. thei Jew iniW
who lived in Persia during the among certain Jews, the Jewish! Americas by Rabbi M. Mcschelotl,
reign of Ahasuerus known to his- people as a whole have taken | and Song
toi-y as Xerxes. The story is typi- Purim to their hearts. To them
cal in its main outlines of the it is a true storv, more truthful
long chain of persecutions to, than many stories of undoubted
which the Jews in the dispersion. authenticity. For the storv in the
have been subjected. i Book of Esther happened a count-
Modecai, an assimilated rich less number of times and keeps
on happening to this very day.
It is not at all strange that
such a festival connected with a
book that tells of the indestructi- -cv TrBnrDCU1D ^r
bility of the Jewish nation, ap- AbK LLADLHbHlF Ut
pealed to all Jews in all times. DR- ABBA HILLEL SILVER
The great popularity of Purim j ______
' T" New York The Tri-State
only worldly holiday the Jew Zi(1Mit Reglon, comprisinR al-
hat haslmost 9000 members of the Zionist
Organization of America from
BETH JACOB TO SHOW
OUTSTANDING PICTURE
One of the outstanding Yiddish
moving pictures displayed,
c;,ven Fields." will be shown
Saturday night. February 24. at
the Beth Jacob Synagogue. 301
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
under the auspices of the bister-
hood of Beth Jacob.
This all-talkie picture, with
English sub-titles was originally,
planned for last month, but due
to heavy booking, was not avail-
able until now. It is scheduled to
be shown at 8:30, with a commit-
tee on hand at 8 o'clock to take
care of the sale of tickets.
Mrs. Bertha Hirsch and Mrs.
R. m Hayes are in charge of the
affair and serving on the commit-
tec with them are Mrs. Harry
Weiss, Mrs. Anne Berow. Mrs.
Ethel Schaffron, Mrs. Dora Klein-
berg. Mrs. Anna B. Berger and
Mrs. Pauline L. Hertz.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 fr
GREETINGS
GEORGE SCHEEL
SERVICE STATION
ATLANTIC PRODUCTS
COMPLETE SERVICE
688 N. W. 5th Street
PHONE 2-9189
Jew, rises to power and influence
with the court; his niece, the
beautiful Esther, is taken into
the harem and becomes the king's
favorite. Hainan, the new minis-
ter, because of a grudge against
Moredcai the Jew, vents his
;.pleen on the Jewish people as \it uTso"\nThZ"hwiihaTh'ir{hc
a whole. He presents them to the
king as a dangerous people,
"Scattered and dispersed through-
, tor Maurice Mamches.
The Institute is sponsored by
Beth Jacob Congregation and
J Sisterhood, Men's Mizrachi and
W nen's Mizrachi of Miami
: Beach, Greater Miami Chapter,
V. nen's Division, American
Jewish Congress, and Miami
Chapter of Haddassah.
TOWN "Y" FORUM
TO MEET FEB. 28
The next meeting of the Town
"Y" Forum Group will take place
Wednesday evening, February 28.
A timely topic will be discussed.
The public is invited.
MUSA ISLE
INDIAN VILLAGE
1700 N. W. 25th Atm
AllignWr Wreetling
Alligator Farm
Wishing Well
Bead Bracelets and Ban
Silver Work Indian dJjU,
Baskets Tom Toms
Pottery Blankets
Bows and Arrows
Take Bus 15 or 19
out the empire, distinct in their
laws from all other people, and
refusing to obey the King's laws."
Hainan obtains the King's singa-
ture to an act ordering a massacre
of the Jews; a lot is cast, and the
day of execution is set for the
thirteenth of Adar. The Jews of
worldly
ss. the on
no religious observations or cere-
monials. Instead it has many old
customs associated with it.
Pittsburgh. Western Pennsylvania
parts of West Virginia and East-
ed a resolution deploring the
breach in the American Zionist
movement and demanding Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver's recall to pol-
itical leadership. This was an-
nounced today by the newly-
One of the major events of their
In_Palestine. the Jews created winter season will take place
The story in full as told in the the free and unrestraint gaiety
Book of Esther is a most fascinat- that pervades the streets,
ing Oriental tale and reads like Purim never grows old. Purim
one from the Arabian nights. symbolizes the eternity of the
Some historians and Bible stu- Jew. Hamans have come and \
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any other festival is celebrated
with joy and oven frivolity. In
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Susa fast and pray; Moredcai Haman-clapping during the read-
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through February 25th for the
observance of Brotherhood Week.
Noting that February 25th will
terminate this observance, we are
prompted to inquire as to what
our attitudes and fraternal spirit
will consist commencing Feb-
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love for a finite period beginning
February 18th and terminating
February 25th,or is this period
of good will to serve a more last-
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even prejudice and bigotrythe
remaining 51 weeks hardly is in
the spirit of the presidential and
gubernatorial proclamations hail-
ing Brotherhood Week.
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ordinary common sense. How suc-
cessful would our allied efforts
be if we on the home front con-
centrated our energies one week
in an all-out production drive,
and relaxed our efforts the re-
mainder of the year.
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Brotherhood Week is, "IN PEACE
AS IN WARTEAMWORK." A
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poster illustrating this theme has
been dedicated this week at N. E.
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a blood transfusion. The caption
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of the observance,or when the
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Hadassah
The story of Henrietta Szold is
the story of the Jewish people,
from 1860, when she was born,
until today. Henrietta Szold, Jew-
ish scholar, social service leader,
pioneer Zionist, and for many
years president and later honor-
ary president of Hadassah, was
regarded by many as the fore-
mos"t Jewish woman of our times.
Miss Szold was born in Balti-
more, and as a child she studied
German, Hebrew and French
with her father, Rabbi Benjamin
Szold. In 1909 Miss Szold went
to Palestine for the first time.
She was horrified by the Near
East standard of living, and re-
turned to America to organize a
group of women whose specific
task was to be the bringing of
modern methods of medical sci-
ence into Palestine. Her unique
talents as an organizer, her broad
Jewish background and her com-
pelling personality were in a
large measure responsible for
making this group which took the
name of Hadassah the Women's
Zionist Organization of America
with over 125,000 members at the
present time. When she went to
Palestine she visualized it as
Eretz Israel, the land of her peo-
ple's past and the country of its
future. Two wars have convulsed
the world since Hadassah was
organized, but the sure founda-
tions on which Henrietta Szold
built have outlasted both. The
work of redemption and healing
started by this great woman not
only brought health to all the in-
habitants of Palestine, but the
United Nations themselves have
benefited from the results of her
vision and magnificent adminis-
trative talents. Hadassah institu-
tions have contributed in full
measure to the armies of the
United States, Great Britain and
those of its Allies who participat-
ed in the liberation of North
Africa and the battles of the Med-
iterranean Theatre of War.
It is not often given to a hum-
an being to see during his own
lifetime the fulfillment of his
ideals, the realization of his
dreams. But to Henrietta Szold,
the founder of Hadassah, who
more than three decades ago
thought of trying to alleviate the
physical suffering of that small
Jewish remnant which had re-
mained behind in Palestine by
sending two nurses to initiate a
public health servicethat ful-
fillment came with Hadassah's
new medical center. The Roths-
child-Hadassdh-University Hospi-
tal and Medical School, opened
on Mt. Scopus in Jerusalem on
May 9, 1939, in the presence of
Miss Szold and high medical
dignitaries, is the culmination of
Hadassah's program of healing,
teaching and research. The pro-
gram which Miss Szold initiated
has progressed until today Hadas-
sah not only maintains this great
medical center including a nurses
training school named for Miss
Szold, but also supports 50 child
welfare stations; conducts a
country-wide system of rural and
urban public health services; pro-
vides a school luncheons service
for 25,000 school children and a
school hygiene service for 75.000
boys and girls. The organization
also supervises recreation activi-
ties in the Guggenheimer Play-
grounds and sends supplies and
clothing to Hadassah's institutions
and to 100 outside hospitals,
schools and orphanages. Through
the Jewish National Fund it has
helped to reclaim and reforest
the soil of Palestine, and through
Youth Aliyah it has helped to
rescue thousands of unfortunate
exiled youngsters who have been
permitted through this movement
to remake their lives in their new
home.
In 1934 German Jewish chil-
dren had to be rescued from the
life of hopeless persecution de-
creed for them by the Nazi
regime. Miss Szold, then seventy-
five, became the director of the
movement and she, personally,
supervised every aspect of what
is known as the Youth Aliyah
movement, and she felt that this
work of rehabilitating the chil-
dren was the greatest she had
ever undertaken and the most
constructive. Honored many times
during her life for the great con-
tribution Youth Aliyah made un-
der her guidance, (the movement
settled in Palestine more than
12,000 Jewish boys and girls from
the holocaust of Europe) Miss
Szold received her most unusual
honor on March 13, 1944 when
she was the recipient during its
Founder's Day Institute on Post-
War Problems, of the degree of
Doctor of Humanities from Bos-
ton University. This honor, given
a two-way broadcast between
Boston and Jerusalem, was made
by Dr. Daniel L. Marsh, presi-
dent of Boston University. In his
citation, Dr. Marsh stated that
Miss Szold was being honored be-
cause she "was distinguished for
social settlement work in Amer-
ica and in Palestine' was a
scholar, classicist, journalist and
accomplisher of unparalleled re-
clamation work in Palestine." On
the occasion of her eightieth
birthday in 1940, she was selected
as one of the hundred outstand-
ing American women of the last
century by the Women's Centen-
niel Congress.
Miss Szold's life was one of
service to her people. We who
are left behind, as Americans, as
Jews, as Zionists, as women of
Hadassah cannot break faith with
her. Such as she, and in all his-
tory there are not many, have
created by the work of their
hands, their heads and their
hearts, their own immortality. To
Hadassah, which she founded and
nurtured and guided to maturity,
and in whose work she was active
to the hour of her death, she will
forever be the leader and friend.
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her, she accepts with humility
and pride the challenge and the
trust that Henrietta Szold has
bequeathed us.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
Enthusiastic reception has been
accorded the appearances of the
Bialak Singing Society of the
Bureau of Jewish Education in
recent weeks. The group, num-
bering more than 60, lias ap-
peared recently at the James G.
McDonald mass meeting, Beth
MANY AGENCIES TO
JOIN U. N. R. R. A.
Henry J. Kaiser, National
Chairman of the United National
Clothing Collection, has an-
nounced that 51 voluntary war
relief agencies will join
United Nations Relief and
habilitation Administration
RRA) in the United National
Clothing Collection. The cam-
paign to raise 150,000.000 pounds
of clothing, shoes and bedding
for needy men, women and chil-
dren of the war-devastated coun-
tries will begin April 1.
the
Re-
(UNj
YOUTH GROUPS TO
HAVE PURIM PARTY
The combined youth groups of
the Town "Y" will sponsor a
Purim Carnival at the "Y
Thursday evening, March 1. at 8
o'clock.
The Purim motif will prevail
throughout. Some of the booths
are: "Hanging Haman. "Crown-
ing Queen Esther," "Punch Ha-
inan's Eye," "Casting Lots."
"Hamantashen," and others.
Each club will be in charge of
a booth. Admission is free.
MEN IN COMBAT SHOW
COMRADESHIP SPIRIT
New York (JTA)A whole-
some prospect for post-war Amer-
ica is the spirit of comradeship
which exists among men living
together under combat conditions,
it was reported at a press con-
ference here by Rabbi Philip S.
Bernstein, executive director of I
the National Jewish Welfare
Board's Committee on Army and!
Navy Religious Activities, who
returned this week from a 35.000,
mile tour of the Pacific war j
fronts.
HIAS TO PRESENT
NOTED MIME, DANCER
A concert featuring Sarah
Osnath Halevy, internationally-
known mime, dancer, and singer
will take place Sunday, March 4,
a benefit performance for HIAS.
The featured artist is well-known
for her renditions of Palestinian
selections, and will have with her
on the program the Bialak Sing-
ing Society. The affair will be
held at the Miami Beach Senior
High School.
[Jacob Congregation, and hasIUnder^diction of^
I broadcast over station WKAT. f!i,,v ,, scheduled to sing before
| Included in the repertoire is He-, Belli David Congregation. Miami
threw. English, and Yiddish music. Beach Jewish Center, and HlAb.
ROTHENBERG ELECTED
J. N. F. PRESIDENT
New York. N. YJudge Morris
Rothenberg, outstanding Zionist
and Jewish leader, former pivs:-
dent <>f tin' Zionist Organization
of America, was re-elected yester-
day president of the Jewish Na-;
tional Fund of America for a
second term. The Fund is devoted
to the acquisition of land in Pal-
estine as the inalienable propi rty
'< of the Jewish people. A unani-
mous vote for Judge Rothenberg
was east at the annual meeting
of the National Board of Di-
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1/2S 2/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREHY CIVEN _
the undersigned, deslrlnr to enctfil
business under the fictitious num.,
JACK'S PLACE at 33S I'-uitlas Roail
Coconut Grove, Miami. Fla. lr.'.endsl
to reiclnter said name with the rierkofl
the Circuit Court of Dado County,!
Florida.
HENRY BTRUDEL
HTMEN MICHAKIJON
SILVER. KAPLAN HKITZ
Attorneys for Appllcanta
2. 2-9-16-J3 l/ __________^^
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN tbatl
the undersigned la encaged in l"*|
nens under the fictitious nime tfl
JoMNSTETT FUR MFO 107 N. II
1st Avenue. Miami. Florida, and It-1
tend to register the said flctitiotnI
name In the office of the Clerk of Us I
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Floriikl
NAT STETTNER
PETER JOHNIDE9
2/9-18-23 3/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREPT GIVEN thjjl
the undersigned, desiring to eniasenl
tiustneaa under the fictitious """"5I
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CO. at R2 N. E. 26th Street. Mlintl
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By SAMUEL FRIEIM.AND
President. (Applicant)
MYERS A HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicant.
2/9-16-23 3/2-9_______________ _
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thttl
the undersigned, deelrlnc t" enwljl
In business under the fictitious r
of Hotel Roberts Tailors Intend "
register said name with the Clr*
the Circuit Court of Dade Counoir
Florida.
MAX LITWI.V
MORRIS ENZER
DIANA COOPERSMITH
Attorney for Applicants
2/16-23 3/2-9-16____________
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JUI-ES MARSHALL ZISSO
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
2/16-23 3/2-9-16________ ____:
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
No. 12*45 _,...,,
RE: ESTATE OF FftANlt
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, PAGE TWO PERSONALS WEDDINGS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1945 Miss Helen Cohen a member of the DEBBS chapter ofBnai B'rith. who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. N. A. Greenberg. 922 S W Third St., for the past few fnonths, left for her home in Brooklyn, N. Y. On furloush from his post in Panama, S/Sgt. Harvey Cohen is voting with his ParentsJMr. and Mrs Alex S. Cohen, 2220 b. W. 19th Tor. With him here is his vJifV. Florence, of Pittsburgh. W Also"house guests at the Cohen home are Mrs. H. Galperln and her brother N. W. Dolinsky, of Charkston e r w. V.. and Mrs. Pearl Briggs, of Baltimore. Mr and Mrs~Lo^is Pallot. 5070 Alton Rd.. Miami Beacn. have refurnedto'the city after spending a week at Camp Cha ee A r £ where their son, Sgt. Norton a. Pallot. is stati oned. Miss Sara Rose Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, of this city now attending Duke University in Durham will spend the weekend in Chicago at the Nationa B nai B'rith Giris' conference, of which she is Fifth District president Mis. Tobic Jacobskind. daughter Kr and M.MaxJacjbsk^nd. is District secretary and W ill also attend the gathering. A double celebration took place al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tnseoh J Bermann recently,, S'dunng a surprise^ birthday held in Jersey City sometime in M s'Jt U Rapp is stationed at HomeSt M iss Goldberg is visitiM! hew with Mr. and Mrs. H. Goldberg, lsidor Kaplan. 1034 Michigan Ave Miami Beach, will return to the City the end of the month after visiting in Mexico City with his brother. Miss Jeanne Freehling. freshman at the University of Alabama has been initiated into Sigma Delta Tau Sorority • A graduate of Miami Senior High School and a member of the Nat ional Honor Society. Miss Freehling is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Freehling. 1231 S. W. 19th Tcr JWV AUXILIARY TO HOLD MEETING Freda Markowitz Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans Post 1.4 will hold a meeting at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Monday, Februarv 26, at 8:30 p. m. Ida Mae Le Vine is the new president. Guest of the evening will be Dr. Maurice Klein. The marriage of Evelyn Sunshine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Fagan. to Edward Axrod. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Axlrod. will take place Sunday, February 25. in the American PALESTINE SPEAKS! WKAT SUNDAY 8:15 P. MBRISM Tin Brism of the sons < I Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schweitzer. CpL and Mrs. Norman Bernstein, Sgt and Mrs. Julian I %  !" ? Mrs. Manuel Sirkin, and Mr. Irving Shanbrom and the late Rose Shanbrom took place this week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. UNVEILING HILLEL SJSrfmOHT NOVEL GAME NIGHT The new program committee at H,Hel House, under the chair,n.m of Abe Saltzman. preSd a >ovel Game Night to nut.--u, the University of M.,„„ \\, Inesday evening. The at was under the direction of .;:; .,,, i d ent, Leeny Silvers and dent, Buddy Steinbach Refreshments were prepared and Served by Harry Klein and ShermanEllis Bob Swimmer and sTdyRafican assisted tafte ,i arrangements. Pictures lkl by Irwin Kiman and nob serota supplied the, music. were awarded during the ,n,nK to Teddy Sakow.tz Muriel Beres, Lenny Silver. Al Cutler. L. o Pollack and Barbara Glazier. \ Evelyn Sunshine Fagan Legion hall, 66th St. and Biscayne Blvd. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the ceremonies, which will begin promptly at b p. in. A reception will follow. Friends and relatives are invited. The marriage of Sara Harris and Hyman Joondeph, both of Miami Beach, took place November 21. The bride attended Cornell University and is president of the Harris Products Co.. of Miami. Mr. Joondeph graduated from New York University and practiced law in Brooklyn. N. Y. For the past few years he has been operating hotels in Miami Beach. The couple will spend the winter season here, residing at the Belvedere Hotel. The unveiling of a monui to the memory oi the late Abraham Tilkus will take place Sunday. Februarj 25, al 3 p. m. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn park. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Friends are asked to b( I n m. Gordon Monument Company is in charge oi arrangements. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barkan. 6391 Allison Island, are the parents of a daughter born February 15. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman announce the birth of a son on February 16 in Jackson Memorial hospital. The Bris will take place today. S Sgt. and Mrs. El Roy McCarlev, of 1900 S. W. 21st Ter.. are the parents of a daughter, Chervl Louise, brtrn February 13 in Victoria hospital. Mrs. McCarley is the former Gertrude Michaels. FRIDAY REVIEW TO MEET 1:30 TODAY The Friday Review, sponsored by Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, will meet on Friday, Fel 23, at 1:30 P. M.. at Miami Beach Jewish Center. 1415 Euclid Ave., Mum.: Beach, dramatic new novel "Thi Cross and the Arrow" by Albert Maltz| will be reviewed by Mrs. I. M. | .. This story laid in wartime Germany presents a psychological approach to the con-] troversial question "'Does the entire German nation share the guilt for the crimes of the Nazi regime?" The discussion pi will deal with the topic "Can Germany be re-educated to that it will never again threaten the peace of the world?" WILLIAMS MOVES TO SEYBOLD BUILDING Nat L. Williams announces the removal of his law officers to 1021 Seybold Bldg. Guests on Miami Beach staying at the Buy Road hotel are the Misses Rise and Madeleine Warshauer, nieces of Mrs. Anna Raxin. They will remain about two months. THE MANAGEMENT OF Mount Nebo ANNOUNCES THAT Effective March 15, 1945 THERE WILL BE AN ADVANCE IN THE PRICES OF GRAVES AND LOTS ANNUAL BOAT RIDE BY BZB TO BE SUNDAY The annual BZB boat ride will take place Sunday, February 25. at 8:15 p. m. on the "Showboat." Tickets may be obtained preceding the ride at the dock, located at the Miami Beach end of the Countv Causeway. SPRING REGISTRATION AT U. OF M. MARCH 1-3 Spring registi tion at the University of Miami will take place Mi r ; 1-3, Registrar Harry H. Provin announced. The iin... i ity will return to emest< r plan nexl With sessions 18 weeks in length. Regul; : summer trimester will be replaced this year with three summer sessions. MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1381 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 Beat care for chronic lick, eonva'••cent and elderly Mopla 6ANEL BEER, M. D.. Director Reaaonable Pricea %  aaaavLarga Beautiful Groundagu— Jliotta Qtotliea Your Complete) Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morns Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME SERVING PHONE 9-2664 THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" "A FRIEND IN NEED 2008 W. FLAGLER CALENDAR Purim. Feb. 27 New Moon of Nisan, March 15. Eve of Passover, Marcn 28 Passover. First Day. March 29. Passover. Eighth Day. April 5. CZECH JOURNALIST DEAD IN NEW YORK New York (JTA)_Arn e Len prominent Czech journalist^Sl close collaborator of Th a Masaryk. first President ofrs" choslovakia. and of Dr. EdvvaM Benes, died here last niBhtE was 56. Mr. Laurin, who w£jJ* ish, came to the United SSL in 1939 after the Munich p£ which, he foresaw, meant the 3 of an independent Czechoslovak He was in charge of the archive here Czechoslova >< consufi As editor of the Prager P re ^. official spokesman of the Czech*! Slovak Foreign Office, Mr. 25 worked closely with both \\Z aryk, and Benes and was an k. fluential behind-the-secenes 5a ure in the Chechoslovakian GOT' ernment from its inception to was born in Hrncire, near Praeu. in 1889. *"* Buy War Bonds and Stamps. Custom-Made Seat Coven Convertible Tops One-Day Service TRAIL TOP SHOP 1699 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 9-3541 Listen to Burdine's Radio program, 'Tashion Time" over WIOD each weekday 8:30 to 8:45 Crisp Cotton HOUSEDRESSES $ Burdine's answer to looking sweet and neat in the morning Cool easy to-carefor housedresses. Well-made enough to go marketing after the morning work is done Prints, plaids, stripes. Backgrounds of blue, rose, red, green, and white. Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 44 in the group. Some brunch coats too. MIAMI BTORK, HOUSEDRE88B8, FOURTH fLOOB Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information Phono 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 I. ROSENGARTEN FUR STORE 118 South Miami Avenue V nll> MlU s Today, more than ever, we must tain car* of fur cost* i. Hosengaxten offers a fin* reconditioning fur coat service % %  repairing, remodelling, glazing and mothproofing • %  • „ #. when glaxing your coat or furs, natural oils ara added <* P tection and lustre. .^ [ %  B oMa a Mto B Fur Store has a fin* election of furs. •'jSSi sheared beaver, silver fox. lynx, sable dyad Htch !" d %Zr as well as many others. Full length coat* as well aii quarter lengths and jacket*. Also you'll find a ejwnpW" %  rli^."' martm *** mink •carve*. Ramamber. BosaW*? rf cold storage vaults are certified by the Amariaan Instituw neirigeration your guaranteed protection. Stop at IM I. ROSENGARTEN FUR STORE ^ 118 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 3"



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PAGE TEN fJewisHlcridlian The Festival of Purim By Dr. M. A. Lipkind TRAIL RED CROSS HAS NEW SUPERVISOR Mrs. Kate Lazarus, of 1845 S. W 7th St.. has been appointed sewing production supervisor at the Trail American Red Cioss JCcnUr.room206oftheShena jewisn inc DOUK UI i;re, %  %  „t the Center, open on I !" UJ month of Adar. It will be obthem is not a book of history.; ai i Thursdays of each served this year by Jews every-1 but a historical novel that relates lui." scw ing kit bags where on Tuesday. February 27.; a lengthy tae of ancient davs. )'/*'.' overseas service and Like Chanukah. Purim is not The historian Simon Dubnow. tor army o%are distri buimbued with religious solemnity, on the other hand. disregards c ^"j^SdEuropean counThere is no cessation of work i their evidence and is of the ODin-, tion in iiotrai<.u ^ and no special ceremonials have j ion that the story is an authentic tries. been built around it. Like one, and has happened at the iMCTTTTTTT Chanukah, Purim is also a day time of Ahasuerus. He thinks that ADULT 1N&1UU It. of deliverance. On Chanukah the the use of non-Jewish names by ... qprOND SEMESTER deliverance of Judaism is obj Mordecai and Esther is a practice 1W PftWW W oa vu* served; on Purim the deliverance common among assimilated Jews of the Jews is celebrated. But' to this day. In fact, we find menwhile Chanukah is a dated festi-l tioned Hadassah as being Esthers val commemorating great events Jewish name, in the history of the Jewish peo-. It is interesting to note that pie—the revolt and victory of the the famous Mamonides, in his Hasmoneans—, the origin of ; great code makes the following Purim has been lost in the dim-, statement: "In the days of the; ness of antiquity. Messiah ." the only sacred The story of Purim has been books which wil be remembered The Beth Jacob Adult Institute of Studies opened its second semester last night with an initial registration of close to one hundred men and women. The course will be given weekly on Wednesdays from 8 to 10:15 p. m. and is open to all men and women in the community. preserved for us in the Book of I will be the Pentateuch and the Courses include a study of P. '; Esther. The story deals with an scroll of Esther." Biblical Hebrew literature episode in the life of the Jews But whatever views may exist Ben Ruditsky. thei Jew iniW who lived in Persia during the among certain Jews, the Jewish! Americas by Rabbi M. Mcschelotl, reign of Ahasuerus known to hispeople as a whole have taken | and Song toi-y as Xerxes. The story is typi, Purim to their hearts. To them cal in its main outlines of the it is a true storv, more truthful long chain of persecutions to, than many stories of undoubted which the Jews in the dispersion. authenticity. For the storv in the have been subjected. i Book of Esther happened a countModecai, an assimilated rich less number of times and keeps on happening to this very day. It is not at all strange that such a festival connected with a book that tells of the indestructicv TrBnrDCU1D ^r bility of the Jewish nation, apAbK LLADLHbHlF Ut pealed to all Jews in all times. DRABBA HILLEL SILVER The great popularity of Purim j T New York — The Tri-State only worldly holiday the Jew Zi(1Mit Reglon compr i s i nR alhat has lmost 9000 members of the Zionist Organization of America from BETH JACOB TO SHOW OUTSTANDING PICTURE One of the outstanding Yiddish moving pictures displayed, c;,ven Fields." will be shown Saturday night. February 24. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. 301 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, under the auspices of the bisterhood of Beth Jacob. This all-talkie picture, with English sub-titles was originally, planned for last month, but due to heavy booking, was not available until now. It is scheduled to be shown at 8:30, with a committee on hand at 8 o'clock to take care of the sale of tickets. Mrs. Bertha Hirsch and Mrs. R. M Hayes are in charge of the affair and serving on the committec with them are Mrs. Harry Weiss, Mrs. Anne Berow. Mrs. Ethel Schaffron, Mrs. Dora Kleinberg. Mrs. Anna B. Berger and Mrs. Pauline L. Hertz. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 3 fr GREETINGS GEORGE SCHEEL SERVICE STATION ATLANTIC PRODUCTS COMPLETE SERVICE 688 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-9189 Jew, rises to power and influence with the court; his niece, the beautiful Esther, is taken into the harem and becomes the king's favorite. Hainan, the new minister, because of a grudge against Moredcai the Jew, vents his ;.pleen on the Jewish people as \i£ t uTso"\nThZ"hwiihaTh'ir{hc a whole. He presents them to the king as a dangerous people, "Scattered and dispersed through, tor Maurice Mamches. The Institute is sponsored by Beth Jacob Congregation and J Sisterhood, Men's Mizrachi and W nen's Mizrachi of Miami : Beach, Greater Miami Chapter, V. nen's Division, American Jewish Congress, and Miami Chapter of Haddassah. TOWN "Y" FORUM TO MEET FEB. 28 The next meeting of the Town "Y" Forum Group will take place Wednesday evening, February 28. A timely topic will be discussed. The public is invited. MUSA ISLE INDIAN VILLAGE 1700 N. W. 25th ATM AllignWr Wreetling Alligator Farm Wishing Well Bead Bracelets and Ban Silver Work Indian DJJU, Baskets Tom Toms Pottery Blankets Bows and Arrows Take Bus 15 or 19 out the empire, distinct in their laws from all other people, and refusing to obey the King's laws." Hainan obtains the King's singature to an act ordering a massacre of the Jews; a lot is cast, and the day of execution is set for the thirteenth of Adar. The Jews of worldly ss. the on no religious observations or ceremonials. Instead it has many old customs associated with it. Pittsburgh. Western Pennsylvania parts of West Virginia and Easted a resolution deploring the breach in the American Zionist movement and demanding Dr. Abba Hillel Silver's recall to political leadership. This was announced today by the newlyOne of the major events of their In_Palestine. the Jews created winter season will take place The story in full as told in the the free and unrestraint gaiety Book of Esther is a most fascinatthat pervades the streets, ing Oriental tale and reads like Purim never grows old. Purim one from the Arabian nights. symbolizes the eternity of the Some historians and Bible stuJew. Hamans have come and \ dents are of the opinion that the gone: their memories have been funds from which actual events of the story could blotted out. But the Jew and his! benefit of "he Tain not haye happened in the davs of cultural heritage survived and King Ahasuerus. They doubt the continues to live and create historical authenticity of the principle characters of Mordecai Buy War Bonds and Stamps to and fc-sthcr, for the ir name s closehelp preserve Democracy. nun mm iimwimmi ITOUBY I PAINTING SEASONS GREETINGS KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS "THE BEST ON THE BEACH" 1679 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 3 50CCI LidMstbAHoksuMoCmTfiACTORs 1 / HealthResort 669 N.W. 6*. StreeL MIAMI 36FLORIDA iimBiinBiiiiaiiiiwiiiaiiii a ,i,, HI ,i| for REST CONVAIESCENC! ~ICHRONICCASES RayPark ,ND rot iOOKUl t SHOLEM WOMEN TO PLAY CARDS. BINGO B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem Lodge will hold a dessert bingo party at the Alamac Hotel Thursday, March 8. Mrs. Belle Berinann, Mrs. H. Levous and Mrs. Jack Fein are in charge of the event. Thus, both in the Diaspora and : ern bhio. has unanimously adoptin Palestine, Purim more than any other festival is celebrated with joy and oven frivolity. In the Diaspora celebrations include: Susa fast and pray; Moredcai Haman-clapping during the readconveys the information to Queen mc of th e Magillah. ShalachEsther. whose Jewish antecedents "? on at —, c fts to „ t,lc boor—and the j f orrncd American Zionist Policy remained unknown at court. She unm-shpiel—the origin of the; Committee invites the King and his minister Jewish theatre—which was the, to a feast, and then pleads with m st Popular feature of all festiORTHOnOY U/OMFM the King for the life of her people, vals. On the day of Purim all Is Urll HUDU A WUMLN A new act is promulgated bv the Joyful and one can revel, be a TO HAVE PARTY King, giving the Jews the right eood fellow and forget his trouto organize themselves for selfbles defense ("standing for their lives"). Thus the calamity is the Purim which" brings "thous-l Tuesday nlght,'Feb727 in the form averted. In commemoration of ands into Tel-Aviv, every year to of a Purim ball given at the I the event the lestival of Purim see its pageantry and its colorful Moose Hall, 420 S. W 8th Ave C( i\ monies and to participate in | The event is sponsored by the auxiliary of the Miami Jewisn Orthodox Synagogue. A diversified entertainment program throughout the evening as usual be a feature of the ball, are for the Talmud Torah. The committee is under the leadership of Mrs. I. Buckstein, Mrs. M. Ofsowitz is chairman, assisted by Mrs. E. Moss, H. Feldan. S. Blank. H. Danziger. N. Levinson. H. Ross. Fritzi Kaplan. B. Sokoloff. S. Kostoff. L. H. Zissen. i in Pearl, N. Rappaport. M. Kotkin. D. Kleber, S. April. F tch, N. Siegel. F. Ochs. S. August. I. Cohen, M. Minkoff. and E. L. Becker. Tii ki ts may be ol tained at the I Ol the MOOSe Temple. SI.10 per pi rson. 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T PAGE FOUR *j€wistrkridiari FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2a The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami, Fta. P. 0. Box 2973 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, SI.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1945 ADAR 10, 5705 NUMBER 8 VOLUME 18 PALESTINE SPEAKS! WKAT SUNDAY 8:15 P. M. UNFORTUNATE The formal announcement of the dissolution of the United Jewish Appeal is not graciously received by Jewish communities throughout. It strikes a discordant note in the wheels of progress towards the direction of communal unity and soli ty for which national action serves as an example. JDC ill THE UFA 1 I (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) TIDBITS FROM EVER By PHJNEAS I. BIRON LISTEN HERE Before long there'll be a new and sensational exp^,, our treatment of German war prisoners ... We know that J the coast German war prisoners are being used to handle M material that is being shipped to our righting men in the PQCJ This although these Germans are avowed Nazis who rW to obey the commands of American officers who happen \M Jews • Indeed, the Army is alleged to have removed J ew ^] officers because of Nazis protests When this story bread < it will violently rock the boat in which some of our official | recline so complacently ... The reason why Leon Blum cJ other Allied statesmen are still alive in Germany is that 4,1 Nazis are holding them against the day of retribution, whJ they will be serve as hostages The whispering campa^l I against Secretary Morgenthau's plan on what to do with G*| many has received a knockout blow from the Big Three deJ The disturbing features of separate appeals by the three I :m(l ,,. :, special medtatio^comS10n at Yalta Elsa Maxwell charges flames Waiburtf, ,*-. TTT* _... J MDC ur^ ^iror^rlxr ehnwn their miltee .lppointc thelxTuJA and NRS,' have already shown their mt *** BotatDbbook "Foreign Policy Begins at Home" puts "the soft pedal J tendencies to create doubt. Jumping the gun by these groups ,..,, ,mmittee and the the vital lhe me of war criminals, and the mad scrable to ensue in achieving separate goals will U £ Unitecfjewish ApYOU SHOULD KNOW further emphasize the real lack of desire upon the part of these ^ cont ract for 1945. This Professor Albert Einstein, in his message to the sponsorsdl SSStSSrt ?&C pS the Jewish Black Book project, writes: "The atroctities cJ hi Cincinnati. milled by our foes surely have convinced every Jew that! agencies to continue their united presentation for funds. The failure of national leadership to measure itself „„ J im rn „ n "The J.D.C. was informed to|h rea )i St i C light of our actual position we are a nation, agdl task, places the burden upon local federations and unorgan K )iy p v Jews undertake united action" ... The AmerJ ized communities. They will have to see that the imperative inu ,,, tin ._,. \l_ : „„„ ^ „„ %  mrrmnmm ;„ HR iu_J l Z the year 1945. This was rejected reclors That is true The Board has 45 members, of what by the U.P.A. The J.D.C. has been no) Qne js Jewjsh We are wiUing to accep t this as a c* •! wiRnduS an ind^ependent nac.dence. since the managing director of the Society writes in .Jr tional campaign in 1945. The; state categorically: "The American Cancer Society recognni ance over vvr^i oeginniny ouuuu, Q Q an ^ therefore that, nQ racia i, ^hgious or color barriers of any kind and will net. broadcast, this program has been well received and has done ; ^ Us 1945 cam g^,, ^^ x ^^ g ^ much to educate and enlighten radio audiences with regard paign independently H„IOH1 U ihnrnunh ioh in investiaatina discrimination aaai* PALESTINE SPEAKS "Palestine Speaks," a radio program, makes its appear ance over WKAT beginning Sunday evening at 8:15. Wherever much to educate and enlight to the many aspects of Palestine. The Miami Beach Sun Tropics is to be commended for assisting in this presentation. Listeners should write station WKAT and comment upon the new feature. Palestine is now a subject upon the lips of world statesmen and the topic of many a discussion in the halls of congress. It '••With the continued support \ cedentedly thorough job in investigating discrimination agaaij of the Jews in the United States.' j ews j n business in the Greater New York area ... His tindingH the Joint Distribution Commitee are an eye 0 pener, and provide incontestable evidence tail SSXT&r-ff tt w5SAK3 evening in wartime the situation is very acute. SSS^rff^A Joint WE'RE TELLING YOU ution Committee will reSome important Jewish organizations are overstepping* support than \\xn\{ in their advocacy of public support for Jewish parochiJ ceive < every before. Plans of action for schools They lal j mto ^ e sna r e Q f hitting at the ptt behooves us to be as fully informed as possible. Listen to 1945 will be considered at a spe' / %  ZZ, ... I cial meeting of the Joint Distribuschools—which are. after all, our best guarantee for the a 'Palestine Speaks.' AFFILIATION B'nai B'rith this week launches a drive to secure an additional 1,000 members. Needless to say, doubling its membership will make twice as effective and more so, its program of service. The organization's record of achievements in its all encompassing field of endeavor reveals a notable contribution to the Jewish people and America. Its influence has been felt in countries all over the world. Its war service program cannot be too highly commended. Its battle against anti-seraitism is well-known. B'nai B'rith's efforts for youth through Hillel and A.Z.A. are time and again proving their worth. A most important aspect of a successful drive will be the tion Committee to be ly." IS Id tenance of democracy The public relations geniussi Hollywood have, with the approval of certain Jewish led* j definitely turned thumbs down on the production of a picWJ on the Jewish heroes of the Warsaw ghetto The reason a*j en, believe it or not. is this: Good will propaganda is effeaJBj only if it is not too obvious. THIS AND THAT ... If the wages of sin is death, calculates Harry Herschfidi PRTIini IP inritl P **' uer anc ^is pal rate time and a half Orson Welles writ* ill 1 Hill I 111 111 S that German professors have discovered that the potato ii*J UnlliULIU lULnLU only food capable of keeping Aryan blood pure and in circu i tion The Nazi scientists made this discovery since potato* (CONTINUED FROM PAQE D > became virtually the only food available to Germans thest j Jewish community told the JTA' da Y s • • • Add to your list of curious coincidences the fact thatj correspondent that Dr. Zolli has William C. Colepaugh and Erich Gimpel, the two U-boat-borMj for a concei and o munity. His recent brought the gup between him and a Ions time been primarily Nazi spies who at this writing are on trial at Governors Island, crned with scholarly studies M v („,. „ J y uu „ir,,ramflMl out of touch with his comJU;.J, fo I ,ime occupied an apartment in which pw^Tl resignation j Clifford Odets had lived before he left New York for Hollywood | ABOUT PEOPLE ... March 4 will mark the official celebration of the 75*1 nitHnde^n J£d birlhda Y of Os oar Straus, famed composer of such operettf nity ana expressed nc 'ur-k^u,. c.u : .... T., %  _. >n^.t..Lifl opportunity given these new members to affiliate themselves ';'"' community into the open. [ .1 T ft. Zulli told the JTA a few days ago as a part of the community. Too, too many of our brethren i ,i ia t he felt estrange.'. are unaffiliated. Jewish community and expressed __ TU nu^Z. ""-,7" T_ tnnwn on %  vade Germany, died Sunday of : Leon, you remember, used to be known of the world. Trachoma was blinding the eyes of hundreds of JwM !• C u d n the baUle 4'. S, P ge as Leo Fuchs • • • A new concern with a bm| chUdren and malaria was sowina death nmrm r, -~vJ f 'rt'" ffiJ^S?. s,a ..... .. iutUre u the S 'evens Music Publishinrr Gnmoanv • *> I Cherniaskhovsky was the youngest general in the Red Army, the younRest army group commander, and one of the nachildren and malaria was sowing death among many other thousands. Palestine was called a holy land, but it appeared that holiness and wholesomeness were contradictory things. Hadasj t l0nS 0 Utstandin B strategi sts. sah showed that these two concepts were not antagonistic but | U_ OF_ M PRESENTS rather complementary. Miss Szold, by the building of the Hadassah institution in Palestine, helped make the Holy Land into a wholesome land. There are those who will argue against this and that in Zionism, but certainly there are none who will argue against this great practical work of Zionism which Miss Szold did so much to build. .u,u, is me sevens Music Publishing Company • • S Z \ venture of bandleader Charlie Spivak-and is named aWj Charlies young son, Steven. ELMAN IN CONCERT The University of Miami will present Mischa Elman in a violin recital Sunday afternoon, March o u \ „. < L Mlami Senior High School. 2400 West Flagler St The progra m will begin a t 4:30 p. fn UniteT^TwaTionds are still the best investment. NAT L. WILLIAMS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Announce* removal of his offices to 1021-23 25 Seybold Building Miami Telephone 3.*m



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PflDAY. FEBRUARY^ 1945 • JewistfkrUhm PAGE THREE mNlOR HADASSAH SECTS OFFICERS !..,'", Young Woman's Hada T Or8• nization. took pls^e Zl0 '! 1 i%  im-eting. Miss Natalie SLnkel WM elected president. Btfflene BusheU, vice-presi^fo^aSSWaOd-rto 2S£ Plana are being made K Membership Tea to climax f u membership campaign. Miss %? Schwartz and Miss Roslyn iffinavPromised an interestKo£am Among the honored ine iwill be Mrs. Irma Lindgta pS national pwddtnt f Senior H adassah. TR B'NAlWlTH GIRLS TO HAVE CARD PARTY junior B'nai B'rith Girls of choicm Loede will stage a card 2£Saturday. February 24. as ? hcr main affair of the season. Games and mah jong wiill be nbved. Refreshment will be g> d by Miss Eleanor G.ttel!" nand her committee. In charge Waffair. which will be held L 30 i.. i. at the Mantell Plaza Hotel. 24IKI Lake Pancoast Dr is SL Edith Schulman. Mrs. Carl Winkle is sponsor. Tickets may be obtained from any member or at the door. "TEM£/ r MEET AND INSTALL OFFICERS The newly organized Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls called the "J E. M. S." held an inspiring installation of officers on February 19. with Mrs. Harry Gordon.' past president of the 5th district officiating. The event took clace at the home of Miss Nancy 1 Russack at 903 W. 46th St.. with the following sponsors presiding: Mr*. Carl Weinklc, Mrs. Bert Levin, and Mrs. Samuel Gold. and Miss Edith Schulman who had been ailing as temporary chairman. Guest speaker of the evening was Harold Turk, president of i Sholem Lodge. New officers are: president. Mitzi DeKoven; vice-president. Vema Goldman: recording secretary. Mama Sable; corresponding secretary. Rmee Levous; treasury er. Selma Schenkman; social chairman. Janet Spitzer; publicity chairman, Barbara Wartel: defense chairman, Barbara Glass: religious Chairman, Hadassah Land: honor point chairman. Eleanor Berman. Entertainment was presented by some of the talent of the organization Yntz DeKoven gave a piano recital and Edith Schulman led community singing. Elaine Wei s and Barbara Wartel provided vocal solos. BAUER-FINE CONCERT FOR NEXT SUNDAY Program of the Harold BauerEleanor Fine concert scheduled for next Sunday at Miami Beach High school has been announced. Sponsored by Miami and Miami Beach "Ys" the concert will be presented from 8:30 p. m. Bauer is recognized as an outstanding artist and Miss Fine, his protege is earning an excellent reputation in her concert appearances. Opening selection will be the Bach Italian concerto arranged for two pianos by Bauer. Mozart's Sonata in D major, for four hands, also arranged by Bauer, will precede the Saint Saens' Variations and Fugue on a theme by Beethoven. Third portion of the program will include Henry Cowell's "Square Dance Tune," Francisco Mignone's "Children at Play." Frederico Longas' "Bulerias." Joaquin Turina's "Sacro-Monte," and the Vittorio Giannini "Aria and Toccata," which was dedicated to Miss Fine by her master, brother of Dusolina Giannini. Final selection which will be solos by Miss Fine include "Sunrise," opus 133, "Andante espressivo," opus 56, and "Allegretto," by Schumann; "Ye Sweet Detreat," by Bauer; and "Valse." opus 15 by Arensky. PALESTINE SPEAKS I ijl WKAT SUNDAY 8:15 P. M. MEMBERSHIP MEETING AT M. B. CENTER A membership meeting of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will take place Thursday evening March 1 at the Center. Samuel Friedland will preside. SEGAL TO ADDRESS ALLIANCE FRIDAY Louis Segal, general secretary of the Jewish National Worker's Alliance, will address the local branch of the organization at a lecture Friday evening at the MRS. IRMA LINDHEIM TO ADDRESS SPINOZA Mrs. Irma Lindheim, noted author, traveller and lecturer, former president of Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, will address 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. Mrs. Lindheim's topic will be: "Palestine, the Immortal Adventure." Tuesday evening. Dr. Morris achneer of New York, will give his fourth lecture in the series of "Know Thyself." Joseph L. lepper of Washington and Miami is chairman. HOLLYWOOD Family and friends gathered at Moy's Chinese Restaurant at midnight, February 17. to honor Mrs. Sylvia Fincke with a surprise birthday party. Those attending included her husband, H. Ardie Fincke, her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zaconick, her son Fred, her grandmother. Mrs. S. Finklestein, her aunt, Mrs. Lil Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. David Fensterheim, Mrs. Jennie Kravitz. Mrs. Anna Opper, Mrs. Marion Simons. Mrs. Sarah Wasserman, Mrs. Lillian Sorin, Mr. and Mrs. Irving C. Offen. Anna Daniels. Mrs. Bess Kellman. Mrs. Fannie Matz. Mrs. Eleanor Strauss. Mrs. Florence Sicgel, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seffer, Sophie Rosenblum. Arthur Bisanie" and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moy.*Mrs. Fincke is president of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood and has been an active worker in War Loan drives, the Infantile Paralysis Fund, the Red Cross and a donor to the Hollywood Blood Bank. BEACH CLERK'S OFFICE OPEN FOR ELECTORATE Miami Beach city clerk's office will be open from 7 to 9 p. m. Tuesdays and Thursdays for registration in the approaching municipal bond issue election until registration books are closed March 1, C. W. Tomlinson, city clerk, announced today. Unless you have registered at Miami Beach city hall since last Dec 1, you are not eligible to vote in a Miami Beach election. Plans are under way for a special bond issue election, and the general municipal election will be held in June. Voters are urged to register now in order to be able to vote. The registration office, in the city clerk's office on the first floor of city hall. 12th St. and Washington Ave., is open from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. GERMAN ATROCITIES AGAINST JEW S SHOWN New York (JTA)—Detailed descriptions of the atrocities committed upon Jews by the Germans and an indication of 4he callousness with which the average German regarded such mistreatment is given in an account of an interview with German soldiers captured on the Western front appearing in the New York Times. B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG WOMEN TO MEET B'nai B'rith Young Women of Sholom Lodge will hold an important meeting at 8 p. m. Tuesday, February 27, in the Miami Beach "Y." Guest speaker will be Harold Turk, president of Sholom Lodge. March 5 the organization will stage a benefit card party at the Park Central Hotel, 640 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Door prizes will be awarded and refreshments served. Gertrude Grossman is chairman. PREMIER PROFESSES FRIENDSHIP FOR JEWS Bucharest (JTA)—For the second time within ten days Premier Radescu this week professed his friendship for the Jews of Rumania in a broadcast over the government radio station. His statements evoked praise from Jewish leader here who emphasized, however, that restoration of Rumanian Jews to their pre-war positions is being carried out very slowly. Louis Segal UNRRA AIDS RUMANIAN AND BULGARIAN JEWS Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave. He will also install a new membership group at an affair to be held by the organization Saturday evening at the True Farm Food Restaurant, Miami Beach. The Jewish Community Center of Hollywood announces that George Chertkof, president of the Young Men's Hebrew Association of Miami, will be the guest speaker at its annual supper dance, to be held at the Hollywood Country Club on Sunday. February 25 at 7:30 p. m. The proceeds of the affair will go to the building fund of the organization. It is contemplated that, as soon as wartime restrictions permit, a building will be erected on Polk St. near 20th Ave. The Souvenir Journal, to be distributed at the supper dance, will contain the proposed floor plan of the Center. TO SUBMIT ORDINANCE TO FRENCH ASSEMBLY Parish (JTA)—The French government has decided to submit to the Consultative Assembly its projected ordinance for the restitution to their original owners of properties and enterprises seized from Jews and others under the Vichy racial laws. That intention was contained today in a communique issued after a meeting of the cabinet. ICOR COMMITTEE TO SPONSOR LEC TURE Dr. Al Schatzov, of New York, will deliver a lecture on "The Conference of the Big Three at Yalta, and the Jews" in Carpenter's hall. 47 N. W. 3rd St.. Sunday. February 25, at 8 p. m. under the auspices of the Greater Miami Icor Committee. JOINT PIANO RECITAL HAROLD ELEANOR BAUER • FINE Sunday Evening. February 25—8:30 o'Clock MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Auspices Inter "Y" Cultural Committee Tickets $1.50 Call 3-4012 or 5-5319 PALLAS AATHENA 224 W. Flagler St. Open Daily From 12 Noon Until 10 P. M. THE MOST UNIQUE RESTAURANT P IN COSMOPOLITAN MIAMI txclusively Grecian Cuisine for Discriminating Epicureans VICTORY LUNCHEON AT LATIN QUARTER The Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will hold its annual Victory Donor Cabaret Luncheon at the Latin Quarter Sunday at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Joseph Rose, chairman, is being assisted by Mrs. A. E. Woolfe and Mrs. Louis Glasser. Rabbi Max Shapiro will deliver the invocation and Rabbi Leon Kronish the benediction. Mrs. Anna Center Schneiderman of New York, national vice president, will address the luncheon. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will bring a message from Dr. and Mrs. Weiss. A show is being arranged in which choice performers from the popular clubs will take part. Reservations can be made by calling Mrs. Joseph Rose, 5-2012. Women's Division American Jewish Congress announce bond sales during the recent campaign of a total of $641,918.50. Mrs. Rose Weiss, bond chairman, Mrs. £. H. Lutsky, president, and Mrs. Louis Glasser, in charge of the Jewish women's organizations group, received citations from the Treasury Department. Regular monthly meeting of the Women's Division of American Jewish Congress will be held Monday at 2 p. m. in the Miami Beach YM & WHA in the form of a Purim party. Brotherhood will be the theme of the program, arranged by Mrs. Irving Lehrman, chairman of inter-faith. Members and friends are invited. PYTHIAN SISTERS PLAN FOR DONOR DINNER A meeting of Miami Beach Temple No. 43. Pythian Sisters, will be held Tuesday evening, February 27. at 8:30 P. M., at their regular meeting hall, 617 Collins Ave. Plans are under way for a Donor Dinner to be given in the near future to raise funds for charity. __. Members whose birthdays are in February will be honored at a social hour after the meeting. Washington (JTA) — Director General Herbert H. Lehman of the United Nations Relief and Re-1 habilitation Administration has \ given assurance that UNRRA is i "taking every necessary step" to j facilitate caring for the Jews in Bulgaria and Rumania. In a letter to Peter H. Bergson J of the Hebrew Committee of Na-! tional Liberation? Lehman wrote j that UNRRA is doing everything possible "to carry out its responsi-1 bility under the Council resolu-1 tions with respect to the care and; repatriation or return of displaced I oersons "found in Bulgaria and Rumania." MIAMI Y ORGANIZES A K BALL LEAGUE The Miami Y announces the reorganization of its A K Diamond Ball League, with the first game to be played Sunday morning at 10:30 at Riverside park. The Diamond Ball field is located at 4th St. and S. W. 8th Ave. CZECHS ASK IDC FOR REPRESENTATIVE MIAMI ASSOCIATION HAVE RADIO PROGRAM A radio program under the sponsorship of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association will be presented over station WKAT Sunday at 12:30 p. m. Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on "Fact or Farce?" Paris (JTA)—The Czechoslovak | Government has invited the Joint Distribution Committee to station | a representative in CzechoslovaI kia as soon as the government' returns there, it was disclosed | here. The invitation, signed by Va-; clav Majer, Minister of Economic Reconstruction, read: "I should; like to express the Government's wish to welcome one of your representatives to Czechoslovak ter-1 ritory as soon as my Government j is established in liberated territory." MANY JEWS FREED FROM BIRKENAU CAMP Lublin (JTA)—Three hundred Polish, Lithuanian and Hungarian Jews have been freed from the German death camp at Birkenau. in Upper Silesia, by the Russians, it is reported here. The Lublin radio reports that three ambulances donated by American Jews to the Red Army are in use on the Silesian front. JNF NOW OWNS LARGE AVREAGE IN PALESTINE Tel Avi v(JTA)—The Jewish National Fund now owns 750.000 dunams (a dunam is approximately one-fourth of an acre) of land in Palestine, it was revealed here at a 43rd anniversary exhibit arranged by the JNF. There are 185 settlements on JNF land. Since its inception, the organization has collected ten million pounds. Addressing the opening of the exhibition, Dr. Abraham Granovsky, JNF director, said that there is room in Palestine for millions of working Jews who can build homes without injuring in any way the economic interests of the rest of the population. In a message of greetings, Dr. Chaim Weizmann urged maximum effort to secure as much land as possible, despite the present land restrictions. Washington — Civilians may continue to expect food shortages "from time to time" as a result of multiplying military and Lend-Lease needs, but these shortages will not be serious if farmers repeat their record productivity and if Americans plant victory gardens and do as much home canning as possible. U. OF RUSSIAN JEWS IN TOUCH WITH MOSCOW The Union of Russian Jews is in regular cable communication with the Moscow Jewish Community, which maintains a special bureau for the specific purpose of locating refugees and evacuees in the Soviet-Union and helping them to get in touch with their relatives in the United States. The New York office has been unable to locate the following residents of Florida, who have received messages from Russia but whom could not be located due to lack of proper address. Shlop, Isidor—message from sister Chaya Indina. Taver, Baneo, (automobile-factory)—from sister Busiaachil Tavernikov. Trilesinsky, Solomon of Belorussia. an opera-singer — from sister Celia Trilesinskaya-Chavkina. Dilder. Sonia—from sister Gusta Kipperman. Grinberg, Max of Poland (a painter)—from brother in law Shlioma Schneider. Dudelson. Abram of Moldavia —from sister Keile Dudelson. Dzenseol, Boris of Odessa (restaurant keeper)—from cousin Misha Dzenseol. Gold, Abe (dairy)—from sister Rachil Golub, married Veistein. Ielenewitz, Solomon, pseud. Vigdor I^eukovsky—from daughter Mania and sister Rachil of Bialystock. Levin, Asyr—from Bronia Yaroslavskaya. Koratnitsky, Jacob, Charusfa.Sheina, Moisei, Issai, Avram— have a message from Shub. Lamansky, Max, laundry—from brother in law Motie Vachutinsky. Raskin, Mania—from sister Dvoira Guerwitch. Pocvor, Philipp and wife Rose, of Odessa—from sister Chana. Beresan. Nathanson, Boris—from sister Sofia Nathanson. Moldavsky, Mendel, lawyer — from cousin Rachil Shenin (daughter of Khaya-Lea of Kishinev). All names listed here are subject to change in their spelling as they are taken from the Russian. This spelling or any variation thereof is therefore possible. Further details may be obtained by writing to Union of Russian Jews, 55 W. 42nd St !" New York 18. N. Y.



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PAGE SIX Jenistfkridiar^ FRIDAY, FEBRU ARY 23 Beth Sholom Center, located at 761 41st St.. Miai Lib. • ( a |. R a ] i Leon Kroi the Educational School Cci: y Cl rryuig In the past fi mom S reased its ts g md its progn favorably with st progress try. li to the formal religious groups u reel Cantoi L< H s -.;" %  %  .:'•:" %  •• 'K : I '< n havt FEWISH PROSECUTORS MAY PLACE NON-IEWS PREPARE INDICTMENTS IN JEWISH BRIGADE tainin* the best Anglo., ., Mrs E. L. v I'h\IIi Konn. and Mrs. Leon Ell H St !" conMark 5' ££" nfirmation at the S fia JTA —J( h •• • is ial J sh sec". C %  •-" againsi %  m JTA Bril %  %  thai ng n' n I I : .. : : : : J< %  %  luring that il ight up to full strengi I • I i n-Jewis inits 1 it, it shortly ar rs in 1 r : : f th x • Agency, ana Agency's labo: -. 51 which al out 8.500 J> wish mi Q bet\ n I I 45 were sent. T were to be a s : % %  .:-: : ting t As a result, I As has • • (getting : emits from I ttle food and su iectt i sorts • streatment. A ." section of an AntiI %  Al a mass-i ng today to s n and Shertok called for irgent the J Briga I ted in F is si E Jewish oily 1 %  •• just arrived from Jews in I four years that BuiI Si rmany. Bris t raining Am ng th nts lion is a I V AlexTel A and<.:Bi • ff, C mmissi ner for I rs. Both ffici rs Jew sh Affairs, undi I emphasized thai Jews w %  ish I fr m the Brigad n anxi us to be Bulg r sent in attlefront as s on as to ieai T ssi le. plan pr provin troi I n to Vien tner Danu an I evi nl tally t Pola Thi i r N izi Gov rnment did succeed in excelling th Jews S fi i an I thi c largi itii rovincial villages, lemocratic elements and the clergy prevented the dei of Jews from via proper, although over 20.0 1 1 sent to death camps TRADE DIVISION FEATURES '45 DRIVE .gurating a new techr.iaue '. ; : as an • the pi ess I I rn at i parl I thi 1945 F li ration %  • n : lign B "'• is : g for thi en rmous comSoi i pr spect cardr I ared and on ki i • • gr tips, w hich will • .'. rki rs make .this iss As first %  functi ns initial c:: > di' Hillel Silts i f the division t Sui the Latin Quarter. Dr. Silver in his remarks up pled fir the success lion goal of $305,000. : ever) dollar vi S and the a I : %  •: %  •' of a more si for the Jew is! -. i | TRIO AT CENTER TALK ABOUT BROTHERHOOD How better icpress the spirit the suby a re und-table ... ., ... \l.\ y ,. ve Miami B h Jewish n was one lich were Bi •.".erhood Week si : ince. On the program were Ri Fr F • Sullivan. S. J., Irving Lehrman, and Rev. Paul Nathan Jewett. evening the National i f Christians and I its annual dinner and as guest speakers Dr. Ellis Poster, pastor of the Old Presbyterian) Church. Newark, N. J Msgr. Joseph G. Cassidy, of Alhanv. Ga., and Rabbi Marius n. of Temple Sharey Tefilo. East Orange. N. J. Last Saturday a billboard poster in front of the First Federal was dedicated, depicting the three-fold purpose of brotherhood, blood, and bonds. ESTIMATE 450,000 JEWS KILLED IN HUNGARY JTA i—The Hungarian .•isional Government, in a n thi Kossuth radio '-.. estimated that "at least 450.000 Hungarian Jews the Germans in gas chambers and in death camps." HOME FOR AGED NOW POSSESSES PROPERTY documents and photos of deportations are also on exhibit. The cruel methods used in the fr m Bulgarian-occupied Macemurdering of Hungarian Jews, donia and Thrace. Manv other inclu dmg aged, women and children, surpass the imagination of human beings.'" the broadcast said. "Full details of the atr against Hungarian Jewry are now being revealed by survivors in Budapest. The new democratic Hungary demands that none of these crimes remain unavenged." Keep on Buying War Bonds. 300.000 JEWS SLAIN IN EVACUATED JEWS BUILD INDUSTRIALLY Samarkand. Uzbekistan (JTA) Jews evacuated from Poland into Central Asia in the early months of the war have convened this ancient and colorful city into Alfred B. Rosenstein, president Jewish Home fcr the Aged, announced that the organization has taken -. ssion of its newlyacquired property at S. W. 12th Ave and 4th St. Alterations to improve will be started next week. In the meantime, directors of the organization are soliciting memberships and expect to have the roster number more than 300 by I rid of the month. A series of ooen house events are scheduled at the home each Sunto which the public is invited. manufacturing center RUSSIA AND POI AND which can be compared to the Balue section of Lodz which was populated before the war by thousands of Jewish weavers. New York (JTA)—An official report on the number of Jews ; who have survived Nazi occupaMany of these Jews are pro-. tion has been received from Mas fessional weavers from Lodz and cow by the World Jewish Con Bialystok. while others pursued gress, revealing that in 38 liberat different occupations before the ed Russian and Polish cities and war. or had no skills at all. Totowns the agregate Jewish popday they are working in coooeraulation has been reduced from tive textile factories and. accorda pre-war 400.000 to 3 122 le ing to available information, are than 1 per cent Dr St'enh'en s producing an average of 40.000 Wise, president of the Congress yards of fabrics daily. Some of, disclosed todav. %  these weavers have won awards as the best textile workers in the area. All of the Jewish weavers were The information is the result of a comparative census by the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in Moscow. The survey shows that happy to hear that their native the cities of Lublin, Vilna Bialv cities in Poland have been liberstok. and Kovno. which had an ated. but none of them are planning to return to their former homes. They have settled in XafcJ !" & Population of ? 0 8 3 78 00 T b he Or met 1 ro W r %  ""** Samarkand for good. In some of which in 193 !" hastens of thous' the cooperative factories the Jews ands of-Jews and, later 100 000 are training Uzbeks as weavers more whom the Nazis deported and are taking them in as fullfrom the Ukraine todav h £.1 fledged members of the eoopera158. In some towns;n riSS t.ve. thus creating friendly relaJew was found by tn e Soviet tions with the local population, .armies. soviet HIMMLER INDICTED BY CRIMES COMMISSION London (JTAi—The Yugoslav War Crimes Commission has indicted Gestapo chief Heinrich Himmler. a Nazi named Schwartz, who was chief of the Oswiecim death camp, and several supervisors at the camp, charging them with responsibility for the extermination of 2.500.000 persons, mainly Jews, from the time the camp was established until October. 1943. the New Yugoslav Telegraoh Service reports. On one occasion, a commission report said. 7.000 Jewish inmates of the camp were sent to a neighboring wood where inflammable liquid was poured over them and they were burned alive. The next dav some of the prisoners were forced by the Germans to scatter their ashes over the farms attached to the camp. All sick persons and women over 50 were thrown into fires and burned alive, the report added. In one night 94 truckloads of men were incinerated. During the merman retreat from the Ukraine six truckloads of children were burned to death, while their mothers looked on. Many of the parents became insane. BEACH Y IN GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING The Young Men's and Women's H n w association of Miami Beach held a general membership meeting last night, with Harry Zukernick, president presiding. A nominating committee was appointed with Harry Sirkin as chairman. Rudy Adler. George Bertman, Mrs. Carl Susskind. Mrs. B. B. Wolff, Mrs. Morris Alpert and David Isen as the other members. Carl Weinkle. David Phillips, and Joseph Lipton were appointed as representatives to the united building fund campaign Planning committee which will formulate plans for funds for a new "Y" building after the war. Elected to serve on the board Of directors of the Southern division of the National Jewish Welfare Board were Harry Zuckerniek. three years, and George Miu ma c ,W years and Mrs %  Milton Sirkin. one year. Krep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. MEMORI^MEETDJrT A memorial meeting tn u rietta Sxold. founder^ H7*' sah. who passed aw ay P-K"* 13. will be held at th. uf* Beach Jewish Center wE** day evening. Febr uary ^ tribute to the revered k? 1 will be sponsored by the uS Beach Zionist District. tft ami Chapter of Hadasssh ,. I the Business and Prof,i,' n 1 Division of Hadassah £** speaker will be Mrs. Irani jW h un '_P a,t P r sident of M*u sah. The eulogy will uT Cantor Emanuel Barkan 3 chant the memorial „nJ Chairman of the evening IS be Rabbi Irving Lehrma£. H public is urged to attend. NIGHT OF STARST0 NET FUND $25,000 The Hero's Phone Fund will u I richer by some $25,000 as T~ I suit of the successful presents!. !" i of the Night of Stars WedSfi evening. "" An array of leading night eh* j talent, interspersed with Arm? acts, presented a four-hour sC bringing together an extn! vaganza of star-studded talent The affair was sponsored by th. Greater Miami Armv and Nan committee of the NationalW! ish Welfare Board, together will B'nai B'rith, its auxiliary, andtbil National Council of Jewish Worn-' en. All of the receipts will n direct to the fund, as the Arm*. Navy committee is underwrite' all expenses. The arrangement committee in-1 eluded David Phillips, general chairman, and Herbert Sher, ticket chairman. Assisting wen Gus Jacobson, Mrs. David Phillips, Harold Turk. Set, Efroa, George Aronoff and Rudy Adler, | HIAS-ICA DIRECTOR ARRIVES IN PARIS Paris (JTA)—Dr. James Bern-1 stein. European director of the Hias-Ica Emigration Association, I has arrived here to study Jewish emigration problems and the functioning of the Hias-Ica offices in Paris. Lyon, Marseille. Nw and Toulouse. The organization's principal activity in France at present, he .-aid. is establishing contact htween people here and relative abroad with a view to future eraii gration of those able and desinaf j to go. Under an arrangement with the Jewish Agency the Hias-ta will do all the practical work con-1 nected with the emigration oil Jews from France to Palestine.] Selection of the emigrants and j issuance of the certificates will be handled by the Jewish Agency while the Joint Distribution Committee will do most of the fr| nancing. Dr. Bernstein is planning j visit Belgium and Switzerland to survey the Jewish situation then. before proceeding to London* confer with Max Gottsohalt president of the Hias-Ica, who arrived in the British capital U week from New York. Buy War Bonds and Stamps. TO AID RETURN OF JEWISH CHILDREN 5?2L < JTA, -The return of scattered Jewish children to their homes or Jewish institutions will be accelerated by a special committee representing various organizations of Italian Jewry Comm?n R Snik J nt Distribution Committee representative in "ay, announced this week Many of these children have been cared for since the German occupahon in the homes ofS nctH n / JeWs a "d in non-Jewish murhT nS AItho Kh this aid is "eI tha P t P E C,a ,ed J r' ,Sh leaders he J^JK* Umc has come f r im h comm "nties to resume responsibility f or these oMhfjnr Due .* <£ om had nlri D 5' much of this work the FlnS been completed in of the mr C ? re a iuid members 01 ine JDC staff will ai


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r .vfflffiVJUlVa8.18tt +JewlsHTcrkl1ati PAGE SEVEN 1URRAY MILLER IS IN SAN PRISON CAMP ftl8 Sw )his wee k announcW? "'a fety of ^eir son. Cpl. i* the M liter, missing in action rfurra y ,, since December. The Belg,U ittcn from a German W^lZ and was the first *V ,?m the Milters have had unification "*f alive. Cpl. Miller h ^e h Xr he'is 31 ^. well and %  fff' Miller was taken prisoner ,& the battle for St. Vith in T R J tic was with a combat Tone of two which held out Srhnee Eifel. a high mountain fedSSt of St. Vith._for six days GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Oi The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service r\ r\ r\ r\ r\ r\ PARADE! [earn e the Germans attempted a Serattack to break through to hP Allied-lu'ld fort. Graduate of Miami Senior High h„„i qnd former student of the feomorid..CpLMm. I was attending Southern ColaL of Optometry. Memphis, Frenn when he entered service in &ry. IM3. He went overLas last_ Oetober. IsGT. AARON SPECTOR llNENGLISHHOSPITAL Mr and Mrs. Samuel Spector, %  of 1575 N. W 2nd St have learned that their son, S/Sgt lAaron Spector, twice decorated %  for heroism in action, is underIgoing hospital treatment in Englland before returning to the %  s latcs to receive his discharge. I Set Spector received his Silver IStar award during the battle of %  St Lo, when his heroism in rearlEu'ard action permitted the evaIcuation of his trapped infantry limit Following the escape of his Icompanv from the trap, he personally evacuated four wounded %  men. remained with them in a %  house between the lines to dress [their wounds, and then ventured Iforth to destroy two German maI chine-gun nests. He was awarded the Bronze Istar for the exemplary fashion [with which he took charge of his %  platoon following the death of I the platoon leader and led his [men in a series of successful atItacks on Nazi positions. Spector suffered the lose of his |left forearm and three fingers of | his right hand as result of the I explosion of an anti-personnel •mine. Lt. "Lyn" Hacker, on leave from her post at San Antonio, Tex., is visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker, 410 N. W. 18th Ave. A dietician attached to the U. S. Army Air Corps, Lt. Hacker has been in service about 20 months. Robert Weinitein. formerly of Miami, has been promoted from 1st class petty officer to chief petty officer. He is serving on USS-LST 805 somewhere in the Pacific. I. W. B. SERVICEMEN'S CALENDAR KILLED IN ACTION Pvt. David L. Berman, 20, of Upper Darby, Pa. In France. Tk5 Michael Bruss. 35, of Newark. N. J. In France. Lt. Marvin Frydyn. 23, of Chicago, 111. Over Hanover, Germany. He was the bombardier of a Flying Fortress. Purple Heart. Pfc. Paul S. Buchman, 21. Infantry, of Plant City, Fla. In Normandy, was wounded in action and awarded the Purple Heart. Herbert Shapiro, son-in-law of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, left last Monday for Camp Blanding, to be inducted into the armed forces. Herbert is 31 years old and is the father of three sons, the oldest, 4 years old and twin-boys a year and a half old. Herbert's two brothers have been serving for about three years. One is a captain in the navy, serving in the Phillipines, the other in the army. Monday: Discussion Group. 8 p. m., Miami Beach TM & THA, Chaplain Carl I. Miller. TiMltr: Choir rehearsal. 8 p. m.. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Cantor Emanuel Barkan. Wrdamday: Elementary Hebrew. 7:30 p. m. Miami Beach TM & THA; Study Group. "The Reconstructionist Movement." 9 P. m., Miami Beach YM & WHA. Chaplain Saul Kraft. Friday: Sabbath Service*. 8 p. m.. Chaplain Kraft. Miami Beach YM After spending a short leave with his mother. Mrs. Sarah Rebecca Smulm. 1348 S. W. 2nd St., I SI c Raphael Smulin left for Bainbridge. Md. to await assignment to radio school. Before entering the Navy, Smulin worked in the Traffic Supply Department at Opa Locka Naval Air Station and was recently awarded a $25 prize for I his constructive suggestions with regard to his work at the station. Irwin Melti, 1439 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, tail gunnery student at Gulfport Army Air field, Miss., promoted to corporal. Pfc. Bennett M. Lifter, son of Mrs. Daniel D. Lifter, 1235 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, has been awarded the expert infantryman badge at Camp San Luis Obispo, Cal., where he is stationed with the Black Hawk infantry division. Staff Sgt. Bernard C. Greenstein. 636 S. W. 19th St., veteran of infantry action in Normandy who was wounded last June, Combat Infantryman's badge at Finney general hospital, Thomasville, Ga. Saul Kraft, Miami Beach YM & WHA; Chaplain Carl I. Miller. Poinrlana Hotel. 1555 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach; JWB Oneg Shabbat. refreshments served by hostesses from the Miami Beach Service League; Chaplain Meyer Mereminsky, Chapel No. 3. Boca Raton Field; JWB Oneg Shabbat. refresments served by hostesses from the Miami Service League. Saturday: Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami Beach YM & WHA. refreshments served by Miami Beach Service League; Servicemen's dance. 8 p. m., Miami YM & YWHA. 1567 S. W. 5th St.. refreshments served by Miami Service League. Snaday: Servicemen's Dance. 8 p. m., Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, refreshment* served by aenior hostesses. Sgt. Jack Buchsbaum. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. N. Horn, 701 10th St., Miami Beach, is a Liberator mechanic with a 15th AAF heavy bombardment squadron in Italy. Edwin P. Weinrlch, 145 N. W. 64th St., Cherry Point, N. C, clearance section man, promoted to private first class. WOUNDED IN ACTION Staff Sgt. Irving I. Lieberman. 19, of Baltimore, Md. Over Bremen. A ball turret gunner aboard a Flying Fortress, Sgt. Lieberman had been twice wounded in aerial combat. He held the Air Medal and Oakleaf Cluster. First Sgt. William Seymour. 35. of Detroit, Mich. In the Asiatic area. He had flown more than 300 hours, delivering food and ammunition to the Chinese. Pfc. Perry Gould, 24, of Brooklyn. On Biak Island. Lt Robert G. Jacobson. 27, of New York City. In Normandy, as he was leading his platoon in. an attack on fortified enemy positions. Awarded a Presidential Unit Citation and the Purple Heart. Kearny, N. J. In France, on D day, storming beach at Normandy. Purple Heart. Pvt. Harry M Sheinberg, 22, of the Bronx, N. Y. In Italy. He was with the forces that made the initial assault on Italy and later fought at Anzio. Staff Sgt. Alfred M. Kohn. 23, of Miami Beach, Fla. In the in the invasion of southern France, by Nazi machine gun fire. Pfc. Leon Shkolnick. 25, of Columbus, O. In France. T/5 David Weiner. 36, of Port Washington, N. Y. In Italy. He was a veteran of the Sicilian and African campaigns. He held the Bronze Star for bravery in combat. Staff Sgt. Joeeph Weiss. 27, of Brooklyn. In France. Wounded in Normandy, he insisted on going back into action on his recovery. Mrs. L. H. Dobrow, of 710 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, has received work that her son. Lt. Leonard Dobrow, serving with the infantry overseas, has been awarded the Bronze Star" for heroic action in combat. Two other sons are also in service: Pvt. William in the Philippines, and Pvt. Morton in Italy. Sgt. Leonard J. Oxenberg who has been stationed in the Hawaiian Islands with the Fourth Emergency Rescue Squadron has recently been shinned to the Cook 1/c Melvin J. Bloom, 21. USN, of Miami Beach, has received the Navy and Marine Corps Medal for heroism off the coast of France. His ship was approaching the beach when Bloom saw five soldiers struggling in i deep water. He realized that they would drown unless aided, and immediately, with the help of another crew member, launched a' dinghy. Bloom and the other sailor effected their rescue of the drowning soldiers while heavy enemy fire raked the area. Tech. Sgt. Sidney Z. Schwartz, 1870 S. W. Sixth St., veteran of 55 missions in the China-IndiaBurma theater as B-25 radio operator-gunner, awarded the Air Medal at AAF convalescent hospital at St. Petersburg. Bernard RosenthaL 1228 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, with the administrative inspection section of the 20th Ferrying Group, ATC, Nashville, promoted to corporal. Your friends and neighbors are interested in the progress your son or husband is making in the armed lorces. Telephone your service news items to the Jewish Floridian by dialing 2-1141 or write us c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Ha. "^T UtWSON OlalUl HoaPITA. 2f**v. %  /* J^J„ <6yc *4* a*£ #?* f^* /^-^ been shipped Manannas. Bernard Fox. 1505 N. W. 12th St., B-24 ball turret gunner with the 15th AAF, promoted to sergeant. Seaman Harvey Weisberg Navy V-12 trainee at Columbia University and member of Sgt. Eddie Cohen is here to! B'nai Moshe Chapter, Detroit, of Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith youth organization for boys of high school age, who won the national AZA sermon-writing contest for the second successive year. spend a short furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen, 1876 S. W. 10th St. His post is at Camp Gordon Johnson, where he is editor of the camp newspaper, "The Amphibian." Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Through the Co-operation of COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. JACK C. JAYSON Miami PUBLIC GAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. ltW S. Miami Avenue SYBIL'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 76 S. E. 1st Street I. RUBIN SONS—Oriainal Rubins US N. Miami Avenue M ROTH & HAYS Manufactureri Agents Langford Bldg. MONTE SELIG Miami Florida ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 170 N. W. Fifth Street RICHTER'S JEWELRY CO.. INC. 160 E. Flagler Street LEO ROBINSON Miami Beach RUBINSTEIN'S WOMEN'S APPAREL 1026 Lincoln RdMiami Beach NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 158 E. Flagler Street. Miami ANN'S IMPORTERS 714 Lincoln Road %  Ufa. durtxt. / orAM*. ^^ -^t* / u ^•/ VtAAT ***** r~. H V ( ?'/ tit* A lt U T C *H AJjy The above letter was received by Mrs. Rudy Adler from one of the local men now at the Lawson General Hospital at Atlanta. In another letter they write that upon a expected leave, two of the boys will be in Miami and will become blood donors at the Dade County Blood Bank Mr Adler, a member of the Blood Council of the Bank and chair : man of the B'nai B'rith Miami Beach Blood Bank committee, m appealing to local residents to give blood said, "for those who have already given in this battle and are now wounded and in hospitals but are again demonstrating their continued willingness to serve their country and fellow man, sufficient words of praise can not be given. This demonstration of courage and service must serve as an example to all of us here in realizing that the least we can do is to cooperate by immediately becoming blood donors." Fill Out ThiTCoupon and Meal To "WAR RECORDS," Army Nervy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Flwidq Name_ -Serial No. Home Address Birth DateStreet BirthplaceCity State Civilian Occupetion. City State -Marital Status Date Entry In ServiceDate .Discharged Branch of ServiceRank or RatingFull name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress. Information Transmitted by— Telephone number -\



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PAGE EIGHT vJenist HcrkJiaji^ FRIDAY, FEBRU ARYS CANTOR BARKAN TO APPEAR IN CONCERT Cantor En anu Miami Beach Jewish ( pre* nted in a concert day, February 27. 8 p. n Center. The evening by the Congregation and its Sisterhood and %  : %  in his first ance since coming to Miai HENRIETTA SZOLD DIES IN PALESTINE THIS KB. AGE 84 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) ribbon inscribed to "the mother who saved us from death valley." All Jewish institutions throughBeach Y as part of that organout the country flew their flags lzaU on's cultural activity. Ci at half mast, work did not stop | Barkan's program will nsist ol use Miss Szold had always Hebrew and Jewis opposed any cessation of work in anc j several mod Jewish institutions in Palestine. jj ergi He will bi ... anied by Jewish Agency for Palestine jjis Edythe FK I SU I the Jewish National Council ; ng tne cantor on I nine's issued a joint tribute emphasizprogram will be the Balik R ing the 1< s suffered by the Jewanc j a -, • .• %  ; •ish people. sa \ e at th< Center ffice, 1415 Representatives of the 12.000 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. young Jew:-:-, refugees whose 1 settlement in e was made DEBS CHAPTER TO by the V nth Al yah, f r>r\TV TIUCT scram which Miss Szold was the leadValVL rlttbl AffAiri -; irit, arri\ ere from set. ..... -H j I dancing th toatl %  : f the worn•• %  lerlying then I afIn The Synagogues Of Greater Miami .... greater -.: .... "" %  TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform, I ,, I Dr. j imei will OBITUARIES MAURICE SADORF rf, II, whn came from \|.,-. tWi • • %  "••' .... Miami lv, I bj hli wire, • two daiwhtm. I, ,.„> N'atalle May. all .>r lira h TIL bod) wa aenl to ; ., Memorial chapel, SAMUEL L. WOLFF .. w %  • 19, who i ime from i. N .i a yeai ago, died Tuej%  i %  ith BI Miami Beach. Ho ... I by his "if". Mra, Uyse bodj wai -••in to New I %  • %  bj Rive ril l( M< mortal BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. •jton Av., •• >• -....-.. Mamchei %  i I mil %  : MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMM| %  r\ CENTER. Coniervative. 14 ; S Nursing adjacent : I Roths H L'l versit] Hospital tinued hei 4 the hospital COMMITTEE PROVIDES PURIM CELEBRATIONS 5t ss>.. ii 50 mei ::' : tl R< -' It Grou ind Sen Fon .' %  .: • tht • tl • DEBBS. Ii an be ob: ; -4:4.. : Mia .'.%  & X ivj Cor • %  : • N %  I series of Purin lions %  fits prog! : Ser PARENTS OF RABBI TO BE HONORED B .: %  • BETH SHOLOV CENTER. Con-•.-.. 11ft St '.' — Bfnctv ll N : Rabbi Leon ... \ • Cantor Louie Hay %  man •.. ... %  EMIGRANTS RECEIVE AMERICAN HELP Paris (JTA)—American officials | ive been must helpful in arranging for the transit the first contingent children and 50 who are emigrating from • Palestine, it was reiiv David Sealtiel, represent of the Jewish %  xecutive. ire i xpected to before the end of The Joint Distribution financing the transrtal Tl • %  200 children are rphans or have relatives in Palestine. The Youth Aliyah for their reception and rt nee upon their artine. FRIDAY. FEB. 23: American J.-wlsh Con* !" .. en'e Friday Review i %  ,'• n. mill He.uh Jewish Cent.?' m • SATURDAY. FEB. 24 Item-h Chapter l! „,, ; %  %  .,,. card party, Mantell I'laiT u Gin p. m. ** "otel, | SUNDAY, FEB. 25: Religious School Pnrlm Affair r. .I.M -..Ii; lleach & Town Y.• %  B *"> Miami Beach Senior liieh 2^ w > m.; American JewakiS donor hwi.h.'n h c *Quarter: B.2.H. Chapter' nf k* BrlthQirto, boa, ri.,., 1 ^JaM :. S pil : Ra Max SI r at %  of the lary 2 s-The schedMIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX m* fig 31 GREGATION 5O0 S W A V Fel Mrs. I.-, lor Cohi n, Mrs. Ben : i 24 al : the MiKan Mrs Isid ngm r, Mrs. ''';'" ami YM& WHA I ; S W 5th L i A C %  \, s tf B %  Mri. la.i BiiCkstein. .\ :x Rel %  .. ... %  %  ... /. %  ,. %  i sr f ..... PALESTINE PLANS FOR POST-WAR INDUSTRY I t-wai plans for developsjriculture le ubtine Economic the largest Ameriin that will • pi E ; am i I expanfter thi war as rder ti accelerate : on i if new more opyment, acrt S; Id, chairard of directors. K:30 p. m Kress. Q II' B p. m MONDAY. FEB. 26: American Jewish CI.IILTI.SS W„_ en regular meetlnc. Mi.tuiu"; ••T;Buxliieae Prof, -",., &* en's nivsion of II **£ %  meellnif. Beach V. ** uU TUESDAY. FEB. 27: ra Miami Jewish Orthodox Conmtli.n. Indies' Auxiliary, I'nrlm lSl Choral \Blnctna .s,„i u m by the W5."S Je'wrsh' SSSSA In %  Deration with •>. -vv affiliate.! .-.MIM .,:.,•,.. \ J Beach Jewish Center, ., ,„ T !" 1 I-. Advlaory Council Meetinir t in. to 3:30 u. m. "• %  WEDNESDAY. FEB. 28Miami Beach JewUh Center siat. %  '• I>onor Luncheoi i:,.. h )_!!. Talmud Torah. cai o ? H.th Jacob Adult Institute I. 1" p. ni.; Work.n. i, ,-: j, S92, executive comn .• %  ... %  „,4 1 „ v SO p, m.; National i .2* l-h Women, board m.-.tma in 12: Beth Bholem 81st, meetlns, I p. m.; H h J,t. ish Canter Adult C i n ,Z Junction with the Bur, f j,.^ Ed icatlon and ep, • %  ,,,. tlona, s p. m. FRIDAY. MARCH 2: National Council of Jewish \vim Forum. SUNDAY. MARCH 4: s ; lal Ciiis Brunch, l", ,l-ratio i 'ampaUpi, Latin Qu u %  i >• i>s Chapter B'I al Ii • lorn Woman, Beach V, m. Un dam %  '. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy, AJJGUST BROS Ry-: f" Is the BEST.' t St. under the i MiSegal ami S( ".'•. .: dance. I itati I at 6 p. i -• : 25. al • M ••'.:.the ( S. ni r Hostess G N. Y. ASSEMBLY WOULD INVESTIGATE SCHOOLS Y • JTA)—Ri Service Leaf I ng for a h gislai I ruary 27, tation. at 6 Pm. 137 N. E. ] Ith St Sis. empt i professioi 5 in 1 stati f New York in tht State nui : E Assen CANTOR MAMCHES IN MIAMI BEACH 10 YEARS N C ,' W T0 H0LD ,. MEETING OF BOARD Cant r ... rici Mamches will mark his 101 Chapter. Nal nal CounJacol C nrgegati with a cil oi Jewish Women, will h Id M, ting at Beach "V £ RU Tick. Ii wi n sal W In Fi y 28, at 10 : -.-. week. An an ng a, m. Board members are urged : sts will %  anr to att rid. • iarl* to • • %  Hebrei .. %  • • ... -' Feb• %  %  • -• harfrel %  ) .. : %  \ BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave rhond Wei k Rabbi Mix Sh.TDiro Will dlSCUHH the • % % %  thi %  %  .•.-. %  ... .. P in the 1. %  lay r We Specialize in all branches of Beauty Culture ... Hair Stylist Phone 5-1730 Miami Beach Gino 1057 Washington Ave. MMM birth. Cantor Abraham Friedman and hie S %  • %  • %  : Iro will rt|. wei To iv,• % %  1 • which fommi nee of the Ter-lan '*" •• Hai .,. • • %  thi -i,.,, in .j:, Mon! Th %  • !•.. %  „,, ,, • 1 Rabl 1 Phone 5-5276 BUG BUSTERS, Inc. 121 FIFTH STREET • MIAMI BEACH If you want Bugs, that's your busines* It you don't, that's ouxs RITMIGATIOX FVMIGATION TERMITE CI INTRI >L RODENT CONTRI IL M OTH rROOFiNG MILDEW PROOFING em* -A N. rv %  T ieday morning Knw U j ar Stam P an<1 Bonds %  MJW and give our men in the iirmed forces the help thev need HEAL ESTATE-MIAMI BEACH Upton House Cooler Corn. COOLING AND VENTILATING SYSTEMS FOR HOMES AND COMMERCIAL USES Expert Engineering Service Without Obligation Ask Our Many Friends Who Have One 242 S. W. 5th St Phone 2^33 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homes, Hotels Apt. & Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER, Realtor 1448 Wath. Ave.. Ph. 5-M75 140 N. E. lit Ave.. Ph. 2.5151 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor Palm Beach Notes MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. RapraMtatotivs Ronny Taylor was tendered a dinner W, Ini sday night on the occasion of his 68th birthday by Mrs. May Chan f 411 Fi rn St. Guest of honor was Mrs. Mary .-• : ri. week furlough here, visiting with her aunt. Mrs. D. Salzman 17B Lake Ave., and her cousin. Mrs. E. Barash, 1502 Florida Ave. Beth El Sisterhood held its semi-monthlj card party this in Sher Memorial hall. Faye Cobunovski, a yeoman 1 c in the U. S. Navy, spent a three Pfc. Joe Schrebnick. son of Mrs. Mary Schrebnick. i f West Palm Beach, was mentioned in an item in Stars and Stripes Army newspaper, last month. He discussed the food situation concerning those who observe dietary laws. Wv C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, Weft Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. %  ^-AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. ALFAR CREAMERY CO. 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lewiislh-JEIliDipidliiaun ^-THE J.EWISH UNITY am A THE JEWIS H WEEKLY lOLUME 18—NUMBER 8 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1945 mini SZOLD IIES IN PALESTINE IHIS WEEK. AGE 04 Jerusalem (JTA)—Simple rites irked the funeral of Henrietta aid, founder of Hadassah, who £j ui .1 heart attack this week her room at the Hadassah Irsing School, on Mt. Scopus, at age of H4. She was buried on %  | of Olives. I rids '• %  I the Conference. The jestion came from the Hisuth delegation. IOMISTSTDPRESS IILIW POLICY few York (JTA)—The launchlot an American Zionist Policy lunittee, which will function nationally and locally with|nc framework of the Zionist lanization of America in order [l" %  for a miliiant and dynationist policy such as has i exemplified by the successBeadership of Dr. Abba Hillel I er > v. as announced this week |a group of Zionist leaders Pughout the country, headed Charles J. Rosenbloom of jspurgh, treasurer of the UnitPalestine Appeal. The Comees activities "will in no e interfere with the political r of „ the Zionist Emergency c ". the announcement said. %  e Purposes of the American ist Policy Committee, as out' in the announcement, are: deepen Zionist thought and understanding of Zionist ms n the part of our lay ens and the rank and file; to. ^ate and press for a militant dynamic Zionist policy such as been exemplified by the sstu leadership of Dr. Abba I Silver; to strengthen the < !" Organization of America within by developing a us and informed pub..c • a m ,? n its membership an intelligent interest in na* affairs; to revitalize the 'cratic principle basic to our ment so that the composing, P?l>cies of the national .nistration shall reflect the na temper of the great body Mnencan Zionists. Sholom Lodge, B'nai B'rith launched its membership campaign last Tuesday evening at a dinner for membership captains. Richard Gutstadt. national director of the Anti-Defamation League, was guest speaker. -Ms. Gutshnlt discussed the importance of B'nai B'rith in the life of the community and said the organization is the "symbol of Jewish Unity and Unification." He stressed in his remarks the fact that B'nai B'rith serves as a common meeting ground for all members of the community. "Achieving this recognition as a integral part of communal life is not undeserved," he stated. "B'nai B'rith has earned this recognition through its program of service. Now it is earning an unparalleled reputation'through its war service program. These many channels of endeavor should be the incentive for signing up every member of the community that is not affiliated with B'nai B'rith." Harold Turk, president of Sholom Lodge, announced the goal for the drive is an additional 1,000 members, and felt confident this number would be reached within two weeks. Serving as co-chairmen of the membership drive, which runs officially from February 23 to March 13, are Alex Cohen. Marx Feinberg, Sam Silver, Judge Kenneth Oka and Harold Turk. E&ic


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1 PAGE TWELVE fjenist fkridfiair FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Enthusiastic reception has been accorded the appearances of the Bialak Singing Society of the Bureau of Jewish Education in recent weeks. The group, numbering more than 60, lias appeared recently at the James G. McDonald mass meeting, Beth MANY AGENCIES TO JOIN U. N. R. R. A. Henry J. Kaiser, National Chairman of the United National Clothing Collection, has announced that 51 voluntary war relief agencies will join United Nations Relief and habilitation Administration RRA) in the United National Clothing Collection. The campaign to raise 150,000.000 pounds of clothing, shoes and bedding for needy men, women and children of the war-devastated countries will begin April 1. the Re(UNj YOUTH GROUPS TO HAVE PURIM PARTY The combined youth groups of the Town "Y" will sponsor a Purim Carnival at the "Y Thursday evening, March 1. at 8 o'clock. The Purim motif will prevail throughout. Some of the booths are: "Hanging Haman. "Crowning Queen Esther," "Punch Hainan's Eye," "Casting Lots." "Hamantashen," and others. Each club will be in charge of a booth. Admission is free. MEN IN COMBAT SHOW COMRADESHIP SPIRIT New York (JTA)—A wholesome prospect for post-war America is the spirit of comradeship which exists among men living together under combat conditions, it was reported at a press conference here by Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein, executive director of I the National Jewish Welfare Board's Committee on Army and! Navy Religious Activities, who returned this week from a 35.000, mile tour of the Pacific war j fronts. HIAS TO PRESENT NOTED MIME, DANCER A concert featuring Sarah Osnath Halevy, internationallyknown mime, dancer, and singer will take place Sunday, March 4, a benefit performance for HIAS. The featured artist is well-known for her renditions of Palestinian selections, and will have with her on the program the Bialak Singing Society. The affair will be held at the Miami Beach Senior High School. [Jacob Congregation, and hasIUnder^diction of^ I broadcast over station WKAT. f!i ,, v ,, scheduled to sing before | Included in the repertoire is He-, Belli David Congregation. Miami threw. English, and Yiddish music. Beach Jewish Center, and HlAb. ROTHENBERG ELECTED J. N. F. PRESIDENT New York. N. Y—Judge Morris Rothenberg, outstanding Zionist and Jewish leader, former pivs:dent <>f tin' Zionist Organization of America, was re-elected yesterday president of the Jewish Na-; tional Fund of America for a second term. The Fund is devoted to the acquisition of land in Palestine as the inalienable propi rty '< of the Jewish people. A unanimous vote for Judge Rothenberg was east at the annual meeting of the National Board of Directors of the Fund by the representatives of all branches of the LAUDERDALE SERVICES EDWARD T. NEWMAN KING FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-2111 Temple Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdale, will hold regular Friday evening services at 8 p. m. Guest I speaker will be Rev. Raymond A. Alley, of Pompano, who will i speak on "How Good to Dwell Together in Unity!" Keep on buying War Bonds. DRINK'PLENTY OF CT^ripiirc Water .DELIVntC TO TOU* HOME YoiUOll JOniE ... 60c lIlflH* S'XC '' TlILliOTTLIJ ... 75: ..'f'H lct*!| O'OOlU: %  4; PHOKE 2-4' 28 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 Judge Morris Rothenberg Zionist movement in America: the Zionist Organization of America. Hadassah. Mizrachi, Poalc Zion. Order Sons of Zion, as well as the delegates at large, representing the American Jewish public on the Fund's administration. The meeting was held at the organization's headquarters. 41 East 42nd St.. New York. High praise for Judge Rothen;.' %  %  nip of the Jewish National rund was expressed at meeting. The Fund functions throuKli local councils in more man I,nun communities throughout the nation. The past year, nciding with Judge Rolhenoerg s first term in office, represented the banner period in the lin !"H c f '. ho F ii nd s work in "><• M u li U a ^ ? e tween January thn i • ?nd -January 1st. 1945, Hie Jewish National Fund's re•SftSuE Jerusalem totaUed RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington kit.. Miami Bur.h to NewTort: Oth Si. ft Amstetdun An. 57777 RIVERSIDE AMRULANCE SERVICE 1944 CAD11LAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT 23,19 LEGAL NOTICES N ru E is HEREBY OIVEN that •• ..!.Mad desring t„ engage ,„ nnriTiH \ Ul,AIN 8TORH at OOJ I.I'N I.A. Intend! to register 'int Court of Dade County. Florida. INCOME TAX and BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATES WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. Box ,922, Miamj „ F Phone 9-2903 ANHtUSIft.ltlSCH Budweisei TSUIOS utai f,EO. •• 'AT. OFF. 2 Block East of Alton 1111 Lincoln Road CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION EVERYWHERE Distributed by .NATIONAL BRANDS Resource* Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President Made From Fresh Orange. IN |N TH AN C n U rn T 0 Y JUDGE'S COURT '"r&eS* !" 6 "^ 1 ABRA3I8. i" AH Credlton and All Peraona Hav%  SSa SMSMUT: '"' "'""" 8 A """"" !..,iVfi.''i %  ,: ,, 1 •• %  %  '',"' >OU, are hereby ,:,',"' i'''" 11 -;'' present any '.,,', den n"J which you. or "' OU, may have against the of ADRA AJSRMIKMUS I ., ";.';'.''"<, """>' %  Worlds t„ the .' *JP ; Blanton, County Judge of o?w£nr?,-'^'-m" ProbaT^Act!* S """" n l2 of lh Date Februarj 18 A I> m-, THOMAS J6SEPH RAMBO A executor of the ll ROfflK3an HOTEL "? NKM Fla. Intends to reiri,i or aml B" with the Clerk of the arcuif r "^ Uode County. Florida. cult Court) NOTICE IS HERKUT r,K Tv „ the underalimed. daalrlna to iSL! bualneaa under the fk-tlilni!. **•• IlOARDWALK SHn'PPK ., B *5l Oeean TlHv. m„i %  M Ocean Drlre. Miami £SaV lJ tenda to rerleter rii.i n? %  Clerk of the Circui "oTr T ,h County. Florida. urt of EDWARD IlFZAPir 2/J-I-16-23 3/2 ""ARK %  'M NOTICE IR HEREBY turn ,^ the underalKned. deslrlnir to JEM bualneea tinder the fleutlon. V.S" R. L. CROCKERY at p, nt 5V 2nd Av... Miami. Florida ][\1 reclater aald name with thafiSS rhe^Clrcu., Court of ^ % IX)tnS ROSMAN RERNARD I.KVY DIANA COOPERSM1TH 2/2 A 9 -r6 n S3 v 2 f ; 2 rAPB,ltan,fl NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVB) m the underalgned. dealrlnir to enuo IiUHlnena under the fictitious atml) HOWARD LIQCOR STORETMITF 1st Avenue Intend* to reelslVr'" name with the Clerk of the n. Court of Dade County, Florida OEOROE LEVINE 2/9-1S-23 3/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREHY GrVEJf ,„ the undersigned. deRlrlne to ngu(ta| business under the fictitious nira. t The Standard Detective liureu Miami, Florida, Intends to rejiit-said name with the Clerk of the Cir.1 cult Court of Dade County, Florida. T HENRY MILLER l/2 Z/S-9-16-23 NOTICE IB HERERI GIVEX utt| the underebjned. deelrlng to etwtl In business under the fictitious nual of BUFFET LUNCH at 16 W. Flick I Ht.. Miami. Florida Intends to rpRIDA WHOLESALE GROCER! I CO. at R2 N. E. 26th Street. Mlintl Florida. Intends to register sail r.rn" with the Clerk of the Circuit Court %  I Dnde Countv. Florida. „.. I ItIC, REAR FOOD STORES, CC| a New Jersey Corporation. BY SAMUEL FRIEIM.AND President. (Applicant) MYERS A HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicant. 2/9-16-23 3/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thttl the undersigned, deelrlnc t" enwljl In business under the fictitious r !" of Hotel Roberts Tailors Intend register said name with the Cl r !" the Circuit Court of Dade Counoir Florida. MAX LITWI.V MORRIS ENZER DIANA COOPERSMITH Attorney for Applicants 2/16-23 3/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN *t I the undersigned, desiring to enj In business under the flctltloui n" of Ad Ventures Syndicated and J"j Ad Ventures at 1751 N. Miami A""" Miami. Florida Intends tn regus-l said name with the Clerk of •<* cult Court of Dade County, nyrsJUI-ES MARSHALL ZISSO MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant 2/16-23 3/2-9-16 : IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 12*45 _,...,, %  RE: ESTATE OF FftANlt BATCHEI>OR. Deceased gg NOTICE OF INTENTION TO >**— APPLICATION FOR f1** u DISCHARGE w t I NOTICE Is hereby l"' n %• have filed my final report anu ^ tlon for Final Discharge s f; Jr BA Tof the estate of FRASh. M (M CHHI-OR, deceased; a.nd h ij „ 19 dav of March. 194:., p r P nU „ty the Honorable W. F. ni n iS": ld (or Judge of Dade County. Firi (of approval of aald final report tW final discharge as B^utr J ^R. Estate of FRANK M. BATt-Hiu^ deceased. .015 This 14 day of Februan "gijjl C.ERTRUDE A. BA1 '"^of Executrix of


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L AYi FEBRUARY 23, 1945 vJetvlstinorkUarj PAGE FIVE ) RED 10 I 1 D SHOLEM LODGE B'NAI B'RITH MEMBERSHIP GOAL ."..... 1000 ADDITIONAL MEMBERS IN WAR ANTI-DEFAMATION combats element! whose anti-Semitism runs parallel to subversion. HILLEL serves thousands oi student soldiers. VOCATIONAL SERVICE odds Man Power mobilization. WAR SERVICE furnishes 950 Recreation Rooms in army posts and hospitals; serves 500 ships; sells S325.000.0OO oi War Bonds; brings about the donation oi 56,000 pints oi blood. B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH (A.Z.A. and B'ncd B'rith Girls) sells bonds, collects salvage, sponsors youth canteens. THE NATIONAL JEWISH MONTHLY is read by 250,000 servicemen. B'NAI B'RITH formulates with other organizations a Bill oi Rights ior Jews and all people abroad, strengthening Freedom's Life Line. B'NAI B'RITH has passed the hundred year mark. It is the oldest, largest Jewish organization in America—a working body of more than 200,000 Jewish men and women acting in the united defense of our gravely imperiled freedom. In place of the old fraternal rituals of fond memory, B'nai B'rith now knows but one password: SERVICE TO THE NATION. The vast program of B'nai B'rith revolves around that cordial purpose. Not a man among us can afford to say, "Include me out." You need B'nai B'rith and B'nai B'rith needs you NOWI IN PEACE A.D.L. tells the truth about the lew and builds interiaith relationships. HILLEL trains leaders and is a Jewish home away from home on 140 college campuses. VOCATIONAL SERVICE guides Jewish youth into careers most useful, most needed and less crowded. B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH educates 25.000 members by character-building, leadership training, social activity. THE NATIONAL JEWISH MONTHLY brings world Jewish life to 100,000 Jewish homes each month. B'NAI B'RITH founded institutions. Leo N. Levi and National Jewish Hospitals minister to the sick oi every faith. B'NAI BTUTH'S vast membership exerts a tremendous influence in the democratic way and strengthens Freedom's Life Line. Now Add Your Strength .... JOIN B'NAI B'RITH TODAY! Dues $10.00 — War Service $1.00 — Intiation $5.00 Fill in Blank and Mail Check for $16.00 to SHOLEM LODGE B'NAI B'RITH 330 Seybold Building P hone 3-630 6 MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRMEN Alex Cohen Judge Kenneth Oka Marx Feinberg Sam Silver Harold Turk MEMBERSHIP DRIVE FEBRUARY 23—MARCH 13 APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP IN B'NAI B'RITH District Grand Lodge No......_ >*• City (Nam* of Lodge) Lodge No.. State f l hereby apply for membership in"the abore Lodge ani if admitted, pledged myself to support the high ideals and purposes of B'nai B'rith. NAME. DATE OF BIRTH MARRIED? OCCUPATION __ %¡ BUSINESS ADDRESS P HONE n RESIDENCE! L P HONE. U (Mark X address to which you wish mail sent) ..... New Application Q Reinstatement '_] HAVE YOU EVER BEEN A MEMBER OF B'NAI B'RITH?__. A.Z.A. Graduate %¡ Hillel Alumnus %¡ IF PREVIOUSLY A MEMBER. WHAT LODGE?. WIFE'S NAME„_ NO. OF CHILDREN—Boys.. PROPOSED BY BROTHER Member of B'nai B'rith Aux.?. Girls (Please List Ages) ADDRESS....„. (Applicant's Signature) I



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