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

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 16No. 22
Combu^ Ylhte Jewis/h annuity
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1943
PRICE TEN CENTS
ARMY-NAVY BODY
HOLDS MEET; SAM
BLANK PRESIDES
Sam Blank, chairman of the
Greater Miami Army-Navy Com-
mittee, presided at the meeting
of the executive last Friday. Di-
vision heads gave reports on the
activities of their committees, all
demonstrating much effort in
tarrying on the work of serving
the men in the armed forces in
this vicinity.
The committee in charge of
Passover arrangements for the
KTVice men in this area rendered
a report through their chairman,
Milton Sirkin, which revealed
surpising statistics in the work
accomplished on that project.
Approximately $5500 was spent
iid thousands of service men
NEW WAR BOND QUARTERS
OPENED AT MIAMI BEACH
anc
were administered to. Exact
figures were forbidden to be re-
leased because of military restric-
tions. The National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, under whose direc-
tion the local committee operates,
through Nathan Rothberg, J. W.
B. director, sent more than $4200
into this area toward this ex-
pense. Additional donations by
patriotic minded citizens made
up part of the money with a de-
ficit of approximately $500.00
assumed by the unanimous vote
ot the Miami Beach Service
League through its president. Mrs.
Herbert Wallach.
New War Bond headquarters
have been opened at 824 Wash-
Mgt?? Av?" Miami Boach- Max
M Oser, Miami Beach Division
Chairman, announced. V i c e-
chairman. in charge which are
seeking volunteer office workers
t0man.the Nation, are R. R.
Adler Jake Felt, Daniel Broad,
and Paul Bruun. In addition to
sponsoring a payroll plan for
small businesses, the group is as-
sisting in the purchase of a battle
wagon tank under the direct aus-
pices of the Miami Beach Apart-
ment Association. The store was
furnished through the courtesy
of Bernard Feiner.
FEDERATION DEAD
JEWS KIEL
Morris Klass, executive director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration since the latter part of
1941, was given a leave of ab-
sence by the executive commit-
tee of the organization which he
directs, to become a member of
the armed forces, it was formally
announced Wednesday.
Mr. Klass departs for Camp
Blanding Saturday morning fol-
lowing a seven day period of ab-
sence in which time he made ar-
rangements necessitated by his
MONTE SELIG TAKES OVER
DUTIES AS FED. CHAIRMAN
GHETTO BATTLE
SAY GERMAN RED CROSS
BLOCKING AID TO JEWS
London (WNS)Polish Jews
fighting for their lives in the
Warsaw ghetto succeeded in kill-
ing more than 1,000 Nazi troops
before the heavily-armed Ger-
mans were able to "liquidate"
the blazing ghetto during the re-
cent fierce battle there, it was re-
ported here this week by Prof.
Stanislaw Kot, a member of the
Polish cabinet.
Prof. Kot, basing his report on
information received through re-
liable underground channels, said
that the Warsaw Jews destroyed
several Nazi arsenals in the en-
gagement which started on the
lirst day of Passover when Nazi
squads invaded the ghetto with
orders to exterminate the re-
maining Jews of Warsaw1.
According to the secret Polish
radio station. SWIT, the battle
is still raging in the Warsaw
ghetto with the Jews stubbornly
resisting S. S. troops supported
by artillery and armored cars.
The Polish radio reported last
week that the Nazis "dropped in-
cendiary bombs over the ghetto
and cut off the water supply in
order to obstruct the work of ex-
tinguishing the fires."
At the same time SWIT re-
pented that the Nazis have inten-
particular work," the Red sified their mass executions of
' ol Great Britain stated that Jews in ""' Polish ghettos of Cha-
"whatever can be done to main-1 cow iin tain contact between Jews in the al for the recent Royal Air Force
London (WNS)The British
Red Cro accused the German
Red Ci tins week of deliber-
ately Mocking communications
Jews in the ghettos of
Ihe Nazi occupied countries and
their relatives in England. At the
time the British Red Cross
: Jews in the democratic
not to send letters to
elatives in Nazi-occupied coun-
when they know that these
have either fled or have
bei ii deported elsewhere.
Pi inting out that the German
'loss "is unwilling to help
ii
Monte Selig, newly elected
chairman of the board of direc-
tors of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, in assuming his duties
this week, made special note in
thanking the members of the
nominating committee who have
just completed part of their du-
ties in selecting officers to head
the organization in the ensuing
year. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers is
chairman of the committee and
members assisting her are Joseph
A. Berman, Dr. Frank Coret, Dr.
Morris Goodman, William D.
Singer, Carl Weinkle, and Sam
Zinkow.
Y BODIES ARE
TO BE OBSERVED
EYE
conference:
ghettos and their relatives
Britain is being done."
in
BETWEEN YOU AND ME
Copyright, 1943, (J. T. A.)
bombing of the Moehne and Eder
dams in the Ruhr.
"All the Jews who remained in
these ghettos are cither being
massacred on the spot or executed
in gas chambers in the neighbor-
ing concentration camps," the
leaving. He was tendered sev-
eral informal receptions in rec-
ognition of his achievements of
progress made here.
Prior to coming here, Mr. Klass
served as director of the Jewish
Social Agency in Washington.
He graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan and received a
certificate for social work in
1931.
SOCIAL AGENCIES COUNCIL
NAMES MYERS PRESIDENT
Approximately 150 members of
the Council of Social Agencies
were present Tuesday at the an-
nual luncheon of the council in
the Y. W. C. A.
The council members unani-
mously elected Stanley C. Myers
as president, succeeding Mrs.
Hollis Rinehart, jr.; Mrs. Thomas
P. Caldwell and Richard Brown,
vice-presidents; Miss Dorothy
liquidated in revenge for the
"Jewish' suggestion that the R. A.
F. blast the German dams."
All-American Jewish Front
Many good reasons were ad-
^i:i"d at a private luncheon in
New York this week as to why
ine forthcoming American Jewish
conference should not be held on
Jul>' 1. as originally scheduled.
And it seems that Judge Pros-
Kauer, Henry Monsky, Rabbi
^JfPhen Wise and other leaders
interested in the success of the
conference were impressed by
PWted tS%JL?tLLlE be paid"in"the"usuaf manner. It
52 wi "not 0peen on July T at changed, he advised. In. an-
'" all it .,,-,,, i.?u~.M. H.V.itc, swer to the numerous inquiries
place, it will definitely represent | gress> _________________.
WAR SAVINGS CHAIRMAN
TO ADDRESS LOCAL GROUP
Polish radio said. "The Nazi j Meyers, secretary, and A. E. Ful-
authorities have announced that "., r.
the ghettos are being mercilessly LThe unanimous vote approving
i,'the selections of the nominating
j committee headed by Frank J.
j Kelly also named as members at
large Mrs. Thurman Whiteside,
Lest there be some confusion
in the mind of the public in this
community relative to the cele-
bration of "I Am An Ameri-
can" locally announcement is
made that the "American Day"
ceremonies will be held in Bay-
front Park, Monday, May 31st.,
commencing promptly at 6:30 P.
M. to comply with dim-out re-
gulations.
By Presidential proclamation,
the observance of this day was
designated for May 16, and, in
the majority of the communities
in the United States "I Am An
American Day" was celebrated
last Sunday: therefore, due to
many radio announcements on
nation wide hook-ups, asking
the general public to observe this
day on the 16th, local citizenry
may not be aware ol the later-
date observance in the Greater
Miami area.
Dr. Russell Williams, is gener-
al chairman; Colonel Charles <;.
Mettler. U. S. Army Intelligence
is guest speaker of the evening;
Francis J. H. Dever. Chairman.
and Mrs. Benjamin LeVine. Co-
Chairman, of Civic Organiza-
tions Committee, are sending
special invitations to all civic,
Maternal, patrotic.and social or-
ganizations in the Greater Miami
area.
New YorkAs the deadline
for the election of delegates to
the American Jewish Conference
approaches, a rapidly increasing
number of Jewish organizations
throughout the country are in-
dicating their desire to partici-
pate in the conference which is
scheduled to convene in July.
This was announced at a meet-
ing of the executive committee
held last week in New York.
This meeting was chiefly oc-
cupied with organizational prob-
lems and discussions with repre-
sentatives of various national
Jewish bodies who are interested
in taking part in the conference.
The executive committee ex-
pressed its gratification at the
announcement of the Jewish La-
bor Committee that it did not
wish to remain aloof from the
American Jewish Conference. A
committee was appointed to con-
tinue discussions with the aim of
obtaining full accord and clari-
fication of the requests of the
Jewish Labor Committee. The
executive committee made it
clear, however, that it could not
consider any proposal which
would involve any change in the
basic principles upon which the
conference is being convened.
It was announced at the meet-
ing that 108 seats of the total
number of 125 assigned to na-
tional organizations, had already
been tentatively designated to
bodies with a national member-
ship. It was also reported that
140 election commissions have
been established throughout the
country.
The local election will be held
Sunday. June 13 at a meeting at
Beth David Talmud Torah be-
ginning at 4 o'clock. Committees
appointed are credentials and or-
ganization committee, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro as chairman, Mau-
rice Grossman. Fred Shochet.
Mrs. Anna Meyers, and Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin as members. Another
committee is canvassers and elec-
tion, with Isaac Levin, chairman,
Louis Heiman, Carl Weinkle,
Charles Tobin. and Henry Seit-
lin as members.
JEWISH PARATROOP LEADER MIAMI BEACH CITIZENS TO
POSTHUMOUSLY HONORED ACT ON CENTER FACILITIES
Kuibyshev (WNS)Major Cat- A """eUng of Miami Beach cit-
sar Kunnikov. tormer editor of a lz,.t,ns m,'r<'*u'd in the creation
Moscow dailv newspaper who P1 a center "n M'ami Beach to
left his post at the start of the: K'uf 1^cr^tlo"al and 1t;harac-
war to become a commander of' le u,ldmS facilities is called for
Soviet paratroopers, has been I ?^!}day morning. May 30th at
JUNE 15TH INSTALLMENT ON
INCOME TAXES TO BE PAID
John L. Fahs, collector of in-
ternal revenue. Jacksonville, has
advised that the June 15th in-
stallment of 1942 income tax must
Mrs. Rinehart
Field.
and Miss Anne
RABBI SAMUEL BENSION
IS NOW IN PALESTINE
..... ucimitely represen
|'nruan Jewry despite the fact
mat te Agudas Israel withdrew
As to the site
conference, we are told
from lt this wet;k
of the
hnu thu L'xocutve has decided to
'a the gathering "in or near
"?w York." This would help to
>'ve transportation difficulties,
"H'e most of the delegates will
dve to come from the eastern
Carl Lehman, state chairman
of the War Savings Committee,
will address the Dade County
group, Friday, at 2 P. M. in the
Sunshine Room of the Florida
Power 8t Light Co. Anyone in-
'UM's. perhaps a half of them from terested in War Bond activities is
tw York. twelcome.
Rabbi Samuel B e n s i o n,
formerly of Miami Beach, and
now foreign correspondent for
The Jewish Floridian in the
Far East, has recently arrived
in Palestine, according to ca-
bled information received this
week.
An eight-week voyage, to-
gether with accounts of the
situation in Palestine, will be
related to the readers of The
Jewish Floridian in a series of
articles to commence shortly.
Through this spot coverage, up-
to-the-minute news of the sit-
uation in Palestine will be pre-
sented.
awarded, posthumously, the title
Hero of the Soviet Union, for
his daring attack behind the Nazi
lines on the Kuban front, it was
announced here this week.
The Jewish officer was in
charge of 200 Red Army para-
chutists who wen- dropped be-
hind the Nazi lines in an attempt
to delay the Nazi retreat until
Soviet troops could overtake the
fleeing Nazis. Major Kunnikov's
detachment was credited with
killing 2.000 Nazis, destroying
many machine gun nests and tak-
ing several fortified positions.
10:30.
The meeting will take place at
Caiis. 1710 Alton Road and will
be presided over by Harry Zuk-
ernick, chairman.
Reports of the progress of com-
mittees will be presented and
futher action decided.
NEW EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
FOR BEACH ASSOCIATION
W. M. Glenn, past president of
the Florida Press A'ssn. and for
30 years a Florida editor and
publisher has been elected Ex-
Major Kunnikov died of injuries ecutive Secretary of the Miami
received during the battle. [Beach Apartment Assn. The or-
ganization now has 500 members.
ANNUAL ELECTION
OF JEWISH WELFARE BUREAU
Monday, June 7th, has been
set as the day for the annual
meeting and election of the board
of directors for the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau. Beth David has
been selected as the place and the
BOARD A">ort L- Kahn, realtor and ap-
artment owner, is president.
There are nearly 1,000 apart-
ment houses in Miami Beach
which the organization repre-
sents. Headquarters are at 420
Lincoln Road.
MIAMI BEACH CITIZENS
Go to the polls Tuesday, June
meeting is scheduled to start at' 1st, and exercise your democratic
8 p.m. | rightVOTE!



PAGE TWO
9-JewisliJtorMi!
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
^l^gXARETzSir BETH SHOLOM CENTER
Congregation Schaarei Zedek
and its Ladies Auxiliary are ten-
dering a reception in honor ol
the r spiritual leader and his
wtfe Rabbi and Mrs. Simon
April. The affair wiUtoke place
at the synagogue. 1545 &. W. Jra
St.. Sunday evening May 30th
at 8 o'clock. Mr and Mrs. Max
Kupferstein are chairmen of tit
affair representing their respect-
ive organizations. They wil be
assisted by a large committee.
Members and friends are invited.
A program will be presented
with entertainment led by Can-
for Maurice Mamchcs of Miami
Beach.
President and Mrs. Abraham
Frankel were hosts to Beth Sho-
lom members and their friends at
a lawn party at their home. 1910
Bay Drive. Normandy Isle. Tues-
day afternoon. The proceeds of
the afternoon were turned over
to the Sisterhood.
Harry Kohn. chairman of the
education committee of the Cen-
ter left for the north with his
family on Wednesday. While in
New York he will interview ap-
plicants for the position of can-
tor and teacher at Beth Sholom
Center.
RUSSIAN WAR RELIEF^
Russian War Relief is sponsor-
ing a special book review Wed-
nesday. June 2nd. at 3 p. m. at
the Y. M. C. A.. 40 N. E: 3rd Ave.
Mr Willkie's significant book.
One World." reviewed by Mrs.
I M Weinstein. will be present-
ed as a token of appreciation to
those who gave their wholeheart-
ed cooperation in the recent suc-
cessful "Share Your Clothes With
Russia" campaign.
BEACH COM. CENTER
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter announces the opening of
summer school which will com-
bine the Hebrew and Religious
Schools, under the supervision of
of David Freedman.
Courses of study include He-
brew. Yiddish. Sidur. Chumosh.
with Rashi, History and Prophets,
games. A minion for juniors
will be held every Sunday at 9:30
I a m. Daily sessions Monday.
' Tuesday. Wednesday and Thurs-
! dav. Registration will start on
' Wednesday. June 2.
BETH DAVID
Closing exercises for Beth Da-
vid Sunday School will take place
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Prizes will be awarded to honor
students of all 11 classes com-
prising an enrollment of 225 pu-
pils. Harry Markowitz. president
Of the Congregation, and Mrs.
Harry Oliphant. president of the
Sisterhood, will make the pres-
entations.
CARDIAC HOME
Friends and members ol Dade
Chapter, National Children's Car-
diac Home and the Board of
Cardiac, are invited to an after-
noon of entertainment to be held
at the Home grounds. 4250 West
Flagler street, Miami, on Sunday.
May 30th at 3:30 p. m. Night
club entertainers will appear.
BEACH ZIONIST
An overflow audience in the
tell of his experiences as a sw
STIWIJSC^K SB
presented Golden Boo*V.[\.v
fcrs KM :R3 B
the record of the beginnings of
It 'Mian" Beach dIsW: WJ
presented to Shepard Broaden
behalf of the local Zionist DiSt
"p'hilip Salmon gleaned the
news items of current happen-
mgs affecting Jewish Palestuitan
thought and made pertinent ob-
servations regarding them
Drs. M. A. Lipkind, Z. R m
bashin. and Louis Wiland par-
ticipated in the program. S. &.
Kirschbaum reported the mem-
bership rolls now exceed 300.
A resolution to plant a grove
of 1000 trees in memory of Mar-
vin Bronner. member ol tne
Beach District was adopted. As
a start subscriptions for approx-
imately 400 trees were received
at the meeting. Ways and means
Of further effecticatmg the terms
of the resolution are being devel-
oped by the J. N. F. committee.
Cantor Abr. Wolf of the Miami
Jewish Community Center led
the audience in patriotic songs
and sang the memorial prayer for
the departed.
Refreshments w ere s e i v e d
through the courtesy of Mrs Ja-
cob Lurie. R. R. Adler, Harry
Dudinstem. Mrs Esther Levy,
Mrs. Samuel S. Kirshbaum. Mrs.
Philip Salmon.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
"Mrs Benjamin Levine of the
0 verWIOD on the topic Respon-
sibilities of American Citizen
ship' ^_________
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzcr are
leaving this week by plane for a
six week vacation in California.
Key will visit their ^n -Jack
who is stationed there with the
U. S. Army.______________
NEW JERSEY PHYSICIAN IS
NOW LOCATED IN MIAMI
Dr David R. Godlin. practicing
physician for thirteen years in
North Bergen. New Jersey, w
now located >n offices in the
Huntington Building. Dr. Godlin
was formerly a member of the
staff of Christ and Margaret
Hague Maternity Hospitals in
New Jersey. He is specializing in
allergy and associated diseases
for which he took special coures
at Columbia University.
Dr. Godlin is past president of
Temple Beth El in Jersey and
served as chairman of the U. P.
A drive in addition to being head
of the refugee services there. He
resides with his wife and family
in their home on Belle Isle.
HANITA CLUB
PIONEER WOMEN
A benefit bingo and card party
sponsored by the Pioneer Wo-
men's Organization Club No. 1
has been announced for Sunday.
June 27.
Proceeds will be turned
to the Child Rescue Fund.
I. Rosengarten is chairlady,
A regular meeting ol the
neer Women's Organization, Club
No. I will be held at B< th Da\ id
Tain i. l Toi ah, Thursday at 1:00
Mrs lb nry Si itlin an-
ihi lonoi dinner
han. will
e award* d.
The Hanita Club of the Pioneer
Women's Organization held a
meeting and tea May 20th. Mrs.
Lena Wnlk. retiring president, in
whose honor the affair was ten-
dered, was presented with a gift.
The new president, Mrs. Harry
Faber. addressed the gathering
Ion the work of the organization
and their present project. "Child
Rescue Fund."
PEARL REISMAN RE-ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF Y. W. H. A.
ovi r
Mrs.
Pio-
WOMEN'S A. J. C.
The Greater Miami Chapter
Women's Division American Jew-
ish Congn ss, will hold their last
mi i ting of the present fiscal year
Monday, May 31st, 1:30 p. m. at
Carl's, 1711 Alton Road. Miami
Beach, Mrs Louis Glasser, nom-
inating chairman, will present
the slate for the coming year and
election of officers will take
place.
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Mrs. I. Orlansky, seen tary of
the S terl id ol the Miami Jew-
ish (Orthodox C <* was
honored with a gilt in recognition
of her good work and a Sister-
hood presentation madt by Mrs.
(; Mandell, president of the Sis-
terhood, and Sid Palmer, repre-
sentative of the Congregation
Mendel Scheinberg left Wed-
' nesday for Atlanta where he will
visit his son and daughter-in-
law, recent ncwlywcds.
R. W, "Bob"
RALSTON
HAS SERVED YOU AS YOUR
COUNCILMAN FOR
OVER 10 YEARS
In the interest of continued
good government for Miami
Beach we urge you to sup-
port and vote to
"Re-elect" Bob Ralston to City
Council at the Election June 1st
(Paid Political Advertisement by Friends of Bob Ralston)
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At the annual nomination and
election meeting of the Young
Women's Hebrew Association
held on Wednesday evening. May
26. Pearl Reisman was unani-
mously elected president for an-
other term. Other officers elect-
ed with Mrs. Reisman are as fol-
lows: 1st vice president. Ida
Engler; 2nd vice president. Ida
Optner: 3rd vice president. Mar-
tha Miller; recording secretary.
Kitty Miller: treasurer. Tena Kot-
kin; corresponding secretary,
Shirley Zwicker.
Board of directors: Mrs. M.
Belov, Mrs. A. Jacobs. Mrs. E.
Grossman, Mrs. B. Ackerman.
Mrs. J. Levinson, Mrs. F. Reiser.
Mrs. G. Jacobskind, Mrs. L. Ster-
ling. Mrs. D. Barnett. Mrs. B.
Stepkin, Mrs. I. Blumbcrg. Mrs.
M. Sager. Mrs. B. Siegel. Mrs. A.
Berger. Mrs. A. Chester. Mrs.
Traurig, Mrs M Levine. Mrs. E.
Schaffer, Mrs. Edelman, Mrs. T.
Deutsch.
FRIDAY, MAY 28. 1943
JEWISH FRATERNITY U. OF F.
GIVEN SCHOLARSHIP CUP
Pi Lambda Pi. the leading Jewi
ish fraternity at the University
of Florida, was recently honored
by the acquisition of the Schol-
arship Cup for the year 1942-43
given annually to the fraternity
with the highest scholastic aver-
age. This, however, is not a new
honor to the Pilams, inasmuch as
there has only been one year
since 1934 when they did not top
all other fraternities on the cam-
pus. The members of Pilam av-
eraged 2.741 out of a possible
4.00. The average for the en-
tire student body was 2.074
while the average of all fraternity
men was 2.046.
In addition to the above. Pi
Lamba Phi was awarded the Nash
Higgins Sportsmanship Trophy
for outstanding sportsmanship
during the past intramural sea-
son. The trophy is annually
awarded to the fraternity that
has shown the most sportsmanship
in its intramural activity during
the year The Pilams, who have
the distinction of never having
entered a protest to the intra-
mural department, have all year
shown their cooperation with in-
tramural officials.
The Nash Higgins Sportsman-
ship Trophy is awarded for one
year and the Pilams will retain
it until its next presentation in
regular intramural competition.
Active brothers from Miami
and Miami Beach are Stanley
Brown, Marwin Cassel. Frank
Davis, Steve Davis, Donald Ean-
ett. Fred Friedman, Irving Get-
zug. Melvin Sabshin. Norton Pal-
lot, Bertram Wohl. Pledges from
' this area are Martin Rosen. Le-
Roy Rubernsein, Robert Traurig.
Elliott Sehgerman, and Leonard
Merlin.
Have you bought your De-
fense Bonds yet?
Miami Beach citizens will go
to the polls Tuesday, June 1. and
votethe American way.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps-
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FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1943
**Jewisl) nuridian
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
ENGAGEMENT
The engagement of Miss Anna-
belle Lee Weinkle, former resi-
dent of Miami, granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle, 622
15th St., Miami Beach, to Eman-
uel T. Linn, son of Mrs. A. L.
Linn, Asheville, N. C, is an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Weinkle, Fayette, N. C.
PAGE THREE
PERSONALS
BAR MITZVAH
During the services this Satur-
day at 9:30 a. m. at Beth David,
Bernard, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Rosenthal, will become
bar mitzvah.
The bar mitzvah of Karl Ess-
man, 119 S. W. 6th St., will take
place at the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation, 590 S. W.
17th Ave., this Saturday at 10 a.
m. Friends and relatives are in-
vited to attend the services which
will be followed by a kiddush.
Saturday morning the bar mitz-
vah of Arnold Horwitch, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Hort-
wich. 3131 North Bay Road. Mi-
ami Beach and Chicago, 111., will
take place at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
George Cohen returned to the
city last week from Charleston,
N. C. His wife and daughtef
Diane are remaining there for an-
other two weeks visiting relatives
and friends.
Nat Williams has left for New
York to join his wife. He will
visit there for several weeks be-
fore returning to the city.
Cadet Murry Koretsky, son of
Harry Koretsky, Miami Beach, is
spending ten days with his father
before returning to Riverside
Military Academy, Gainesville,
Georgia, where he has been a
student for the past two and one-
half years. Upon completion of
his studies, he will be a com-
missioned officer in the armed
forces.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin had
as their house guest their son
Jackie, wlfo spent a few days
here before returning to his stu-
dies at Loyola University. New
Orleans. He is a member of the
reserves of the U. S. Navy.
Mrs. Sarah Myerson is visiting
her sister and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein at
the Bonnie Apts.. 505 12th St.'
She expects to leave for the
North about August 5th.
Mrs. Paul Bragin of New York
is visiting her husband. Private
Paul Bragin, who is stationed on
the Beach and also her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. David Sing-
er, 1786 S. W. 10th St.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frank,
formerly of 1361 S. W. 7th St.,
have left for their home in War-
ren, Ohio.
Mrs. J. Cabot left for New York
this week and will remain there
during the summer.
RETURN
D. Lee Powell
To
Miami Beach
City Council
This will assure efficient
administration of the cities
affairs by an honest, capable
and experienced business
man.
Vote For D. Lee Powell June 1st
CPL. MARVIN GERALD APTE
Cpl. Marvin Gerald, eighteen-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Apte, will graduate from Gordon
Military Academy, Barnsville,
Georgia, May 31st. His parents
will be present at the ceremonies
and will return to the city with
him. Marvin is scheduled to en-
ter the services shortly.
Another local student graduat-
ing from this institution at the
same time is Jerry Gerstein. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gerstein.
DR. KAPLAN TO BE SPEAKER
AT THE UNITARIAN CHURCH
il\ii "A Business Man
For A Business Job"
IF YOU REALLY WANT: -
LOWER TAXES
LOWER INSURANCE RATES ON
YOUR PROPERTY
A CITY HOSPITAL OPEN AND
SERVING THE SICK
FAIR AND IMPARTIAL ZONING
A FAIR CIVIL SERVICE ACT
A COUNCILMAN WHO IS IN TOWN AND ACCESSIBLE
WHEN YOU AND THE CITY NEED HIM
On June first at Miami Beach
ELECT
Chas. S. Tobin
To City Council
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Mrs. Louis Leavitt left Wed-
nesday for New York City and
will remain there for several
months, returning here some
time in July.
Mrs. Herman Isaacson and
daughter are vacationing in New
York where Mrs. Isaacson is vis-
iting her family.
Ruth Brotman, soprano, and
Pvt. C. Rosenberg, tenor, will be
heard in duets from the opera
La Traviata and Romberg's May-
time, in Flamingo Park band shell
May 30. 1943, in the regular Sun-
day night concert for service
men.
Mrs. Naftula Brotman, who
spent the season in Miami Beach
is leaving for Montreal, Canada,
via Jacksonville and Detroit. Miss
Ruth Brotman will accompany
her mother as far as Detroit and
will visit in New York and Phila-
delphia before returning to Mi-
ami.
Mrs. Anna Meyers is in New
York City for a ten day com-
bined business and personal trip.
Mrs. Hy Koverman, 1421 N. W.
1st St.. is leaving this week-end
to join her husband in Savannah.
Ga.. where he is stationed. From
there they will spend his fur-
lough visiting friends and rela-
tives in New York.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi em-
eritus of Temple Israel, will share
the pulpit with the Rev. Joseph
Barth, minister of the First Uni-
tarian Church, at the services
Sunday morning, May 30 at 11
o'clock.
Dr. Kaplan is the only honor-
ary member of the church, and is ,
a guest of honor at its annual'
membership meetings, where he
usually delivers the speech of the
evening. Members of the First)
Unitarian Church credit Dr.
Kaplan with being instrumental '
in encouraging the foundation of
the church in Miami. In four
years, its membership has risen
to 251 members, leading citizens
of the community. It meets in
the Mayfair Theatre, 1605 Bis-
cayne Boulevard. Jewish peo-
PJC are invited to the services-
next Sunday. James J. Mar-
Shall president announced.
LEAR SCHOOL GRADUATION
AN EVENT OF THURSDAY
The Lear School graduation
took place Thursday, May 27. on
the premises, 1010 West Avenue
Miami Beach.
Formal exercises were cli-'
maxed with presentation of di-
plomas by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman to the following gradu-
ates: High School Dept,: Helaine
Leeds, Philip Edelman, Sterling
La Vine. Elementary Dept.: Doris
Brody, Buddy Dubois.
Miss Helaine Leeds has al-
ready been accepted by the Uni-
versity of Syracuse; Philip Edel-
man plans to attend Rollins Col-
lege, and Sterling LaVine will
take courses at the Embry-Riddle
School in Miami.
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Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gerstel are
vacationing in the Carolinas.
Mrs. H. Simons is in the
North visiting relatives and
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Rubin,
jr., will return to Brooklyn May
30th after a short stay with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Ru-
bin, 2720 Flamingo Drive, Miami \
Beach.
Julian Weinkle, student at the
University of South Carolina,
Chapel Hill, is returning here to
spend a month with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. Mi-
ami Beach. He will bring with
him as his guest, Mortie Pizer.
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MIAMI,
FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 28,
IYAR 23, 5703
VOLUME 16 NUMBER 22
MIAMI BEACH CITIZENS-GO TO
THE POLLS AND VOTE TUESDAY!
J E WS IN POLIT I C S
The position of the Jew in politics has been
one discussed pro and con. That it is his in-
cumbent duty to register and vote has been un-
equivocally upheld. When it comes to office-
holding a skepticism has been expressed de-
spite remarkable records and accomplishments
made by Jews who have held public office.
This skepticism exists and increases when
spoken in local township and county positions.
To ask for support or to secure votes on the
basis of being Jewish is un-American besides
being foolhardy. To support and vote for a
man because he is of the Jewish faith is like-
wise un-American. To political diehards, those
in and out of our faith, who talk of a so-called
Jewish vote, let us demonstratively and with
conclusive proof point out to the contrary.
Were this true there would be a far greater
number of Jewish men and women holding of-
fice than there has been or that there is now.
On Miami Beach alone, were this true, the
registration of Jewish voters would place in
office a majority. There is no solid, united
Jewish vote as there is no parallel Catholic or
Protestant vote. Were that true you would
find the same ratio proving the same conclus-
ion.
Our democratic government, far overshad-
owing past and present forms, shows a strong
individualistic mind and that voters here and
everywhere do not use as the yardstick the
religious belief of an office seeker.
The candidate that is an incumbent and is
running for re-election, of course, can be stud-
ied and his record scrutinized. His conduct on
the council, his actions in his private business,
his attitude on general affairs are all a ther-
mometer to his character, a definition of his
liberalism and a gauge for future support.
This is true of the Jewish candidate or in-
cumbent, as of all others. There is but one
basic difference about the Jew in politics. That
difference is unjustified but existing. Despite
the individuals composing and comprising a
council guiding destinies of government, that
one person being a Jew is singled out and his
actions attributed as such. That is the differ-
ence. His actions are defined, interpreted and
attributed to the Jewish people. Be they un-
wise or unsound their responsibility is placed
upon the entire residence of that people. We
won't vote for the individual because he is a
Jew or for that matter any other candidate be-
cause of belief. We don't want a man. Jew-
ish or otherwise, who is not fit or who is un-
representative, surely not among our faith.
We must take cognizance that in our own
locality, Miami Beach, we have been fortunate
in having two councilmen, members of our
faith, being a credit to that community and
thereby redound credit to our faith. They
served and served well. One. Baron deHirsh
Meyer, is now in the services of his country,
and the other, Mitchell Wolfson, serving his
community in a like manner.
Now, another election is at hand with vot-
ers of Miami Beach going to the polls Tuesday.
We are fortunate that of nine seeking office,
three of our faith are offering their services.
An offer which means much personal sacri-
fice. Mitchell Wolfson has by his past term of
office shown himself to be capable and ably
fitted to serve on the council. He has served
long and well using his sound business judg-
ment that attained personal success, to better
the municipality for his fellow residents. He
has been a credit to his community and to our
people. He has served many organizations for
civic betterment and found time to be of as-
sistance to causes to aid our needy brethren
and protect our good name. In this instance
we have performance and past record to base
judgment with experience as an added asset.
The other candidates are able, if elected,
to take their seat around the council table and
redound credit. One has the endorsement of
the previous councilman, now in the service.
His sentiments express the hope that he will be
the successor to this seat. With five vacan-
cies to be filled neither of the candidates are
running against each other.
All in all it is a healthy sign for represen-
tative business men to take an active part in
politics. It is the duty of all capable individ-
uals to assume a share of the responsibility of
their government.
DUTY CALLS
Greater Miami regrets the temporary loss
this week that arises with the director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation entering the
armed services.
Morris Klass in his year and a half spent
with us has rendered a service to this growing
and expanding community that is evident. He
has strengthened Federation and its associat-
ed activities. He has guided Federation in an
executive capacity that won for him admira-
tion.
Our community will miss his trained lead-
ership. We hope that our present conflict will
end soon and Morris Klass will return to our
midst.
MITCHELL WOLFSON
Because Mitchell Wolfson again
offers himself as a candidate for
the city council of Miami Beach
the public is interested. And that
interest is founded on the fact
that Wolfson has proven himsell
of inestimable value to not alone
the welfare of the community in
which he lives, but to the coun-
ty in which he has served on so
many of its betterment programs.
He has taken an active part in
many Jewish organizations.
Pointing to his record on the
council in asking for re-election
to the office he has held for four
years, he cites:
Support of the $1,000,000 mile-
long ocean front county park be-
tween Baker's haulover and Sun-
ny Isles; assistance in obtaining
from the county $50,000 for pav-
ing and widening of Alton Rd.
and $80,000 for creation of Surf-
side Park; replacement of un-
sightly buildings with a park on
Ocean Dr. between Biscayne and
First Sts.; active campaign for
approval of the constitutional
amendment that gives Miami
Beach its own county commis-
sioner; tax reductions and city
employe wage increases, and re-
organization of the police depart-
ment.
ROBERT W* RALSTON
BENJAMIN E, BRONSTON
Strongly advocating careful
e>st-war planning, Benjamin E
ronston, in his campaign for
city council, is pointing at the on
portunities for further develon
ment of Miami Beach after th
war. u,e
Mr. Bronston, very active in thP
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the Anti-Defamation League
has just completed a term as pres-
ident of Federation.
Predicting that when the arrnv
evacuates the Beach it will do so
as suddenly as it came here, Bron-
ston believes the city should have
proper foresight and prepare now
for the transition from its pres-
ent military aspect to its normal
place as a residential city.
In his talk before the Miami
Beach Apartment association at
Miami Beach High School, the
realtor, now making his first po-
litical race, traced the growth of
the city from swamplands to its
present magnitude, with $155.
000,000 in realty values. He point-
ed out his experience as a realtor
and his knowledge of properties
here as one of his qualifications
for councilman.
He favored proper compensa-
tion for city workers, and correc-
tion of any injustices in the city
pension and retirement plan.
RALPH POLE
"I am not a politician," stated
Ralph Pole, candidate for the
Beach city council. "I never ran
for but one office in my life and
was overwhelmingly elected to
that job.
"That I seem to have made
good is reflected in the fact that
every time a Justice of the Peace
was wanted in some other juris-
diction, they have always called
on me to fill the vacancies.
"I know no other code, creed
or morals than to be honest, fair
and upright in all my dealings
with my fellowman, and I attri-
bute this code to the fact that I
He participated in the refund-1 have the love and esteem of my
Robert W. Ralston, who has
served 104 years* as a Miami
Beach councilman, is the second
oldest member of the council in
point of service. An early Mi-
ami builder, he became a pioneer
developer of Miami Beach. Among
the subdivisions developed by
Ralston and his brother is the
Golden Beach area.
He has been active in forward-
ing the city's park, playground
and golf course program, and
during his tenure on the coun-
cil $1,325,000 was invested in park
and golf course purchase and de-
velopment.
MIAMI BEACH CITIZENSGO TO
THE POLLS AND VOTE TUESDAY!
ing of the city's indebtedness of
$6,000,000, seeing the interest rate
reduced from 5 and 6 per cent to
a 4 per cent basis, and the princi-
pal reduced by $1,000,000.
D. LEE POWELL
D. Lee Powell is an incumbent
offering for return to the Beach
council office, to which he was
appointed last July. He has par-
ticipated with the other six coun-
cilmen in Miami Beach's economy
and post-war planning program.
Since coming to Miami Beach
20 years ago, he has been instru-
mental m attracting large invest-
ments of capital to Miami Beach
fellowman and friends.
"If you elect me to a member-
ship on the city council, you will,
when I step down from that job,
say as you have always have
He has been fair, honest and loy-
al to the interests of his constit-
uents and fellowman."
VALC.CLEARY
Mayor Val C. Ckary, candidate
for re-election to the Beach coun-
cil in campaigning reviewed the
present council's accomplishments
pointing out that tax rates in
1942 were the lowest in years ana
that minimum taxes would be his
futher goal. Despite a revenue
from nearly every state in the shrinkage of $400,000 last year
Union. The real estate firm.
founded by Powell, his father and
his brother, has operated contin-
uously for 20 years.
He is a former vice-president
and director of the Miami Beach
Board of Realtors and a member
of the Miami Beach Elks Lodge.
he said. Miami Beach is now in
the most favorable financial con-
dition in its history. The city is
building up a fund for rehabili-
tation, he said, to use after tne
war and more funds are now
available in it than for many
a year.
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Charles S. Tobin, candidate
for the Miami Beach City Council
in the Municipal election to be
held next Tuesday. June first,
set forth part of his program.
Mr. Tobin. who has been in the
general insurance business in
Dade County for 22 years stated
that Miami Beach fire and wind-
storm insurance rates were too
high and could be reduced.
The important planks in the
Tobin platform, in addition to the
above are: A city-owned and a
City-operated hospital for Miami
Beach, to serve the sick among
the natives and the visitors; a
fair and impartial application of
the zoning regulations; an effect-
ive health department; fair and
just interpretation of the Civil
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FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1943
* Jewish fhrkUar)
PAGE FIVE
j BELIEIOUS nHMOUHGEMEMTS
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
lite 8. W. Third St., Miami
SIMON APRIL. Rabbi
Services: Friday 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April:
"The Ethical Power of Bible."
Shalosh Sudos, 6:00 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
7(1 ilet St.. Miami Bach
8. U. MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m., service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "The Warn-
ing." Social period, Sisterhood
as hostesses.
Saturday, 9:30 a. m., service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching
on weekly portion. Mincha 7
p. m. Service men's Se'udah
Shlishis 7:15 p. m., Chaplain Har-
old H. Gordon presiding.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wub Ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beaoo
MOSBS ME8CHBLOPF, Rabbi
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Saturday, 9 a. m. services:
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff preach-
ing. Cantor Maurice Mamches
chanting. Early Sabbath services,
7 a. m. Sabbath afternoon: Rabbi
Mescheloff discoursing. Service
men's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs.
Ethel Schafron.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
117 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D
Rabbi Emeritus
Friday, 7:30 p. m., Confirma-
tion services, with confirmands
conducting.
CONG. BETH~ABRAHAM
CM N. W Fifth Ave., Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos, 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m., Rabbi H. M.
Kagan, preaching.
Daily service morning and eve-
ning.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1415 BuclldUkve Miami Beach
ABRAHAM 1>. WOLF, Cantor
Friday, 7:30 p. m., Kabalos
Shabos.
Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor,
and the Center choir will conduct
the musical services.
Saturday morning: Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan, guest speaker: "If."
Saturday Shalosh Seudes 7 p. m.
Refreshments and community
singing. Daily services mornings
and evenings.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
59* a. W. 17 Are.. Miami
JOSEPH B. RACKOVSKT, Rabbi
LJBW18 ORBEM. Sextos
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
<>30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky, conducting and ad-
dressing the congregation Satur-
day morning on "The Synagogue
and Democracy."
Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m.
Rabbi Rackovsky: "The Home
and the Poor." Mishnah and Jew-
ish Laws and Customs group
meets daily at 7:15 and 7:50 p. m.
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Friday, 7 p. m.: Kabbalas Sha-
bos service.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
6:43 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1101 South Andrews At*.
Ft Lauderdale, Ha.
Reform Brnacoffue serving Hollywood.
Ft. Lauderdale and Broward Countr
SAMUEL HAI.EVI BARON. Rabbi
Services: Friday, 8 p. m.
Religious School: Sunday, 10
a. m.
Sisterhood business meeting,
Monday. 8 p. m.
Sisterhood night st the Fort
Lauderdale Servicemen's Center
canteen, Wednesday. 6 to 11 p. m.
LEGAL NOTICES
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 7S7M
CHARLES H. LUSCOIIB. JR..
Plaintiff. ANNA ELIZABETH
LUSCOMB. Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
You. ANNA ELIZA BETH LUH-
COMB. Box 71. East Shodack. New
York, are notified to file your appear-
ance In the above cause for Divorce
on June 7, 1143, or a decree pro co-
l'i will be entered against yoa.
DATED April M, 1841.
E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
By P. J. QOULD, Deputy Clerk.
(Seal)
4/30I/7-14-J1-I1.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that tiit
undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnem under the fictitious name T
HAM DEPARTMENT STORE. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude
County, Florida.
HERMAN MINTWR.
MAX II. SILVER.
Attorney for Applicant.
4/|a4V7-14-S1-2S.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the uihI.-i-nIkihmI, In huHlneRH under the fictitious name
<>r LONDON LUOOAOB OF MIAMI
BEACH, Intend to reglHter wild name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
In and for Dade County. Florida.
I'. I:( IIUJ E II EN N ETT
JOSEPH P. ClfEUO
MAX It. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
5/28 6/4-11-18-2".
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in Imsiness under the fictitious name
of LONDON LUOOAOE OF MIAMI.
Intend to register said name with
the Clark of the Circuit Court In and
for Dade County, Florida.
GEORGE BENNETT
SAM VENETSKY
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
5/18 8/4-11-18-86
OBITUARIES
Funeral services for Mrs. Emma
W. Leveson, 67, of 223 23rd St.,
who died Monday, were held at
10 a. m. Wednesday with Rabbi
S. M. Machtei officiating.
Pallbearers were Morris Bloom-
berg, George Wintz, Max Green-
berg, Irvin Klausman, Jack Zwik-
er and Benny Krentzer.
Mrs. Leveson came to Miami
Beach from New Orleans nearly
five years ago. She was mother
of Harry, Lewis and Milton Leve-
son of Miami Beach and of Mrs.
Theresa Whitlow, of New Orleans
She is also survived by her hus-
band, Samuel.
JOHN M.LEVI
Glowing praise for John M.
Levi, city councilman and candi-
date for re-election was given
by Charles L. Clements, presi-
dent, Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce and president, Chase
Federal Savings and Loan A'ssn.
Monday night in a radio talk.
"For 25 years he has fought for
the interests of all our people
against small groups who have
appeared before council to pro-
mote their own interests. He has
always bore in mind the inter-
ests of the thousands of taxpay-
ers who cannot attend each coun-
cil meeting. He has become
known as the champion of the
citizens and taxpayers who are
not at the meetings. It is re-
assuring to know that even
though we are not there, we have
a man who is there, ready, able
and willing to represent all of us,
who for 25 years has never let us
down.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
LEGAL NOTICES
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 17467Acta of 1S
File A 5746
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
John and Elisabeth C. J. Schouten.
holder ef State and Countr Tax Cer-
tificate No. U9. Issued the 3rd day
of June. A. D. 1940. has filed nun*
In my office, and has made applica-
tion for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces the
following described property la the
County ef Dad*. State of Florida,
to-wlt:
Lota 1 a 3. Red Road Highlands,
a Sub.. Plat Book 31. Page 38. In the
County of Ikade. State of Florida.
The ajesessment of said property
under the nald certificate was In the
name of: Unknown.
Unless said certificate ehall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty described therein will be sold to
the highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the month
of June, 1943. which Is the 7th day
ef June. 1943.
Dated this 4th dny of May. 1941.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
By N. C. HTBRRETT, D. .
Circuit Court Seal
e/7-14-21-38
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THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By MARRY SCHWARTZ
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Y. M. H. A. Elections Wednesday.
June 2
The annual election of the
Young Men's Hebrew Association
for officers and directors will
take place next Wednesday eve-
ning, June 2, at the "Y." A large
crowd is expected. The nominees
for the respective offices are:
President, Leo Ackerman; vice
president, George Chertkof, Her-
man Waitsman; secretary, Leon
Lieberman; treasurer, George
Goldberg.
Board of directors for three
year term: Phil Berkowitz, Jack
Apte, Frank Rose, George Rach-
lin, Murray Apte, Jules Wilson.
Board of directors for one year
term: W. D. Singer, Max Silver,
Isaac Levin, Jack August, David
Brown, D. C. Willner, George
Rachlin, Murray Apte, Jules Wil-
son, Bernard Sterling, Herman
Waitsman, S. B. Miller.
Movies will be shown and a
prominent military speaker is ex-
pected to address the audience.
All persons are urged to come.
Horn* Camp
Announcements of the opening
of the Home Camp have been
sent to over five hundred persons
in this area. Again, immediate
registration is urged.
Mr. Grossman announces that
with the cooperation of the Dade
County Board of Health, a county
nurse will make regular visits to
the Home Camp to check on the
children's health. A staff has al-
ready been selected and elaborate
preparations are being made for
the opening day.
"Y" Bowling League is Tops
This is not an idle boast and
when you consider the fact that
despite rationing and travel re-
strictions, a full attendance is
present every Monday night at
the Palace Bowling Alleys, then
you know that the "Y" bowlers
carry an enthusiasm in this fine
project. Over sixty people take
paTt in this fine sport every Mon-
day night and not more than two
were ever absent from any one
session. This speaks well not
only for the sport or for the mem-
bers, but for the ,"Y" itself.
j Thanks is due to every bowler
who has made this project a suc-
cess. We are grateful to the fol-
lowing: M. Milstein, G. Rachlin,
H. Berkowitz. H. Waitsman. T.
Bramson, T Schemer. M. Mirel-
son, F. Rose. M. Friedman, S.
Badanes, S. Weber, G. Cohen, G.
Chertkof, L. Grossberg, R. Bo-
din, B. Yaphe, M. Apte, J. Levin,
H. Oren, S. Kaplan, Al Berko-
witz, S. Weinkle, S. Wieder. J.
Geyer, J. Wilson, N. Blumberg,
Abe Berkowitz, A. Weiner. A.
Reisman, M. Schemer, J. Oren,
E. Van Damm, H. Schwartz, J.
Bermann, H. Rabin, P. Silverman,
M. Levin, E. Weiss, B. Lubel,
B. Clein, M. Atkins, R. Lubel,
H. Moss, R. Clein, G. Greenberg,
R. Gitlin, S. Leibow, H. Gordon,
B. Segal, J. Seigal, and S. Karns.
Special Announcement
Mr. Grossman announces thyit
all children's classes in dancing,
crafts and dramatics will be dis-
continued as such on the first of
June. All these classes will be-
come and form part of the Home
Camp program. These regular
classes will be resumed in Sep-
tember.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
nLCOHOLISM
NERVOUS AMD MBfTAL
DISORDERS
sJBwTtflTry Treats*!
MIAMI RETREAT
FOUNDATION
InsMtato of Meuxoloerr
M. MXAMX ATX. at 7tth St.
ONI DAY
VITAMIN efiMKlUm
TPgy Pj -** Taav
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SOI lea
*JaSt
&e aeae> OHB-A-BAT
(Wewi
In Keeping With the Tradition
Of American Fairness
Let's Be fair with City Employees!
Ben Bronston advocates and will work for a
:
proper retirement and pension fund for
Miami Beach workers.
ELECT
BEN BRONSTON
To the City Council June 1st
And insure fairness and sound business
practices in City Government
Let's Plan Post War Prosperity NOW!
(Paid Political Advertisement)
MODERATE COSTS
ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS
OF INDIVIDUAL
CIRCUMSTANCES
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME
710 S. W. 12th AVENUE PHONE 3-3431
WORTHY AND
DESERVES YOUR FULL
SUPPORT AND
RECOMMENDATION


PAGE SIX
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FRIDAY. MAY
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B'nai B'rith ^P* N
o t e s
By Paul Weitiman
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University of Miami, feeling that without reason or ryme is; an act
the needs'of the col.egiates" 11 "* gAJmgJ^
1
is
but without donors, there
nothing for them to do.
A return post card was sent to
every member of B'nai B'rith
during the past week, seeking in-
formation necessary for record
purposes, and at the same time
asking for volunteer blood don-
ors. That card, filled in and
mailed, will be the first step.
"You can't get blood from a
stone." We've heard that song
before! But the Blood Donor
Drive does not appeal to stone!
Yet, from the response to the
many urgent messages, the rank
and file might just as well be
stone, judging from the "ears"
that will not hear the vital need
for blood plasma, and the "eyes".
that will not see a patriotic duty. Chairman and committees will
Normally healthy individuals take care of all other arrange-
between the ages of 21 and 60 ments. The Blood Bank person-
suffer no ill effects from the | nel will bring equipment to cas-
small quantity of blood they so|ualty stations whenever a group
painlessly give. And in the giv- of twenty can be assembled. You
ing they may and undoubtedly can save a lifewill you?
will save lives of those, who but Sholem Lodge Sends Delegates
for the blood plasma available at to District Convention
a critical time would die. a v.,,,., ., .. r a i t
_,....,, About a score of delegates from
Bnai Brith has pledged itself Sholem Lodge and the Ladies
to obtain 500 blood donors by the Auxiliary will entrain today for
last of July, and is seeking such Asheville. N. C. where the con-
donors from the men and women vention of District Five of B'nai
Jn ,ts0r?nnk,s The Bnai B'rith of-' B'rith convenes tins year, start-
fice. 3-6391. the Miami chairman. lns Saturday night, May 29th.
Max Silver. 2-4643. the Miami The delegates are looking for-
r-c,n cha!n,Lan',Har,ry Go1<>n' ward to serious deliberation on
5-,649 and the Auxiliary chair- problems brought about by Hu-
man. Mrs. Garry Glatt. 5-7990. war. in addition to the run of
are all waiting to set the wheels ,hl. m,n matters. They are seek-
in motion. Everything and ev- mg thl, establishment" of a full-
erybody is poised and waiting. ,,. .milel Foundation for the
be thus best served.
And since all work and no play
make Jack and Jill dullthe
Convention Committee has ar-
ranged for various forms of en-
tertainment for the enjoyment
and relaxation of the delegates.
Name the B'nai B'rith Bomber
A committee from Sholem
Lodge and the Ladies Auxiliary,
consisting of Isaac Levin, Sol
Goldstrom, Carl Weinkle. Mrs.
Sam Silver, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom
and Mrs. David Catsman, is re-
ceiving suggestions for a name
for the bomber. From all avail-
able suggestions, together with
ideas of their own. this committee
will select a name for the bomber
on June 1st. All suggestions must
be in by that date, and may be
made directly to members of the
committee, or to the B'nai B'rith
office.
Miami Beach Elks Get Bomber
Sholem Lodge congratulates
the Miami Beach Elks upon the
successful accomplishment of its
goal to sell War Bonds in an
amount sufficient to buy a bomb-
er. Morns Warner, a member of
Sholem Lodge, is the "drive
chairman." In the war effort
there are no lines of division and
the more bombers sold the soon-
er we can turn our efforts to
peaceful pursuitsconies the glo-
rious day of Victory.
IN THE MAIL BOX
Re-Elect
JOHN
LEVI
to tke
City Council of
Miami Beach
and continue the phenomenal progress
of Miami Beach
May 25. 1943
Editor of
Jewish Floridian
Dear Editor:
"A Grand Gesture"
Disturbing it is when .Jewish
individuals destroy everything
that is dear and holy to the He-
braic Civilization. When Jewish
groups or organizations begin to
speak grandiloquently in behalf
of the "Good Name" of the Jew-
ish people and the devoted pa-
triotism of the Jewish soldiers,
but proceed to destroy all the
values by breaking faith with the
Good Name of Israel and pub-
'icly violating as an organization
the only day. the Sabbath, known
, to be holy and accepted by the
Christians as our sacred day
then it is tune to cry out.
Sure it creates unpopularity to
Speak the truth! But who desires
popularity when the very act of a
Jewish group befouls the entire
Jewish community.
Why sully the good name of
the J. W. V. whose work stands
as a bulwark of Jewish faith and
devotion by acts of recrimina-
tions, such as was displayed last
Saturday when "tag day" was de-
clared and Jewish women were
selling tags on the streets? Why
didn't the Post Chaplain know
about it?
Do you know when called to
my attention that a Jewish Wo-
men's group desired to sell War
Bonds, a great patriotic gesture,
on the second day of Passover,
though the hour was late, yet the
group with propriety immediate-
ly changed its date?
It is not bigotry to demand
decency and honesty on the part
of Jewish organizations. We all
become culprits when one seg-
ment of Jewish communal or-
ganizations acts independently
and crushes the sound name of
the Sabbath.
Have you witnessed a Chris-
tian organization violating its
Sabbath in our area? This is not
a message condemning any or-
ganization. It upholds the splen-
did work of the J. W. V. It con-
demns the carelessness with
which we hold our sacred ideals.
May there be no other occasion
to continue this discussion. May
its contents be taken seriously by
all Jewish organizations.
Sincerely yours.
MAX SHAPIRO
Rabbi Max Shapiro.
RIVERMONT PAjnr
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E.tabllah.* In Miami | m
Hanson Roofing Co
ROOFINO AND SHEET MlTAl
CONTRACTOB8 mmT**-
MONK 4-BU0
414 t. W. 22nd AVINUt
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INSURANCE
lEa, SEyBOLD A.-J
JOk. BUILDITtG jVi
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 228 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREHNICX. RaptetitatJTa
Martin Gold, son of Mr. and treasurer. Mrs David Gold
Mrs. Isidor Gold, 129 Hammond smith, retiring president was
Ave.. Palm Beach, a star football 'presented a gift bv Mrs Barncv
and baseball player at Palm Beach : Blitcher. and by 'Mrs Herman
High School, is among 225 candi- with a past president's uin
dates for graduation at The Cita- --------i_l
d< I on May 20. Majoring in politi-
cal science, Cadet Gold is a can-
didate for the bachelor of arts
degree.
Mrs. Charles Knopfler was in-
Stalled as president of the Temple
Israel Sisterhood at the
Par Ike Best hi Dairy
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MILKCBEAMICE CREAM
on th< ': Is ol Miami, last Sat-
urday-'
Do you know that many n -
spectable and fine Christians,
particularly Seventh Day Ad-
ventists. wen- concerned and
made inquiry whether special
dispensation was given for a
Jewish group t., violate the Sab-
bath?
Do you know it is permissable
to break -very law of the Sabbath
i! it is the question of actual
lite and death of an individual
or community," but to llagrantly
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VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT
Val C. Cleary
TO THE
Miami Beach
City Council
June 1st
Your Vote and support
Earnestly solicited
Made Frors Freeh Orancjee


FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1943
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PAGE SEVEN
WAR RECORDS
COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEO. M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. W. B. Director
greater minmi RRinv rrd HHUV [OmmiTTEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
SERVICE
PARADE!
A COMMUNITY PROJECT
"Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services"
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, Chairman
MONTE SELIG. Vice-Chr.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sec.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mrs. Walter Bronatoa
Mrs. Max Dobria
Maurice Grossman
Louis Heiman
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Morris Klass
Mrs. Murry Koran
Harry MarkowiU
Nat Roth
Milton Sirkin
Joseph Stein
Mrs. Herbert Wallae*
Carl Weinkle
ABOUT OUR BOYS
LT. (jg.) BURTON S. KAHN,
a graduate of the University of
Florida who formerly was in the
insurance and real estate busi-
ness in Miami Beach, is on duty
in North Africa. The son of Mrs.
Sadye Kahn, 1523 West Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, he is a former treas-
urer of the junior chamber of
commerce. He was associated
with his uncle, Albert L. Kahn,
Miami Beach, in business.
ARTHUR M. KAHN. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert M. Kahn, who
has been in the service two years,
recently was promoted to lieuten-
ant. He is stationed with the
signal corps at Orlando.
Four sons in the service .
two on foreign duty are those
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rein-
hard, 306 Euclid Avenue, Miami
Beach.
FIRST LT. HENRY REIN-
HARD, graduate of the University
of Miami, is on duty with an Ar-
my quartermaster unit in the Pa-
cific area.
SGT. LEO REINHARD. who at-
tended New York University, is
in the Atlantic area with an Ar-
my Air Forces ground crew.
PVT. HAROLD REINHARD.
now on desert maneuvers out
west. His wife is with him.
PVT. NORMAN REINHARD.
with the Army Air Forces ground
crew, is stationed at Miami
Beach.
T CORP. BERTRAM SOLO-
MON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Solomon, 825 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach, has been enrolled
in a special course of instruction
at the Signal Corps' school at
Camp Murphy.
MILTON J. PEPKOWITZ. 550
11th St., has been promoted to
staff sergeant and assigned to the
AAFTTC, Miami Beach, as detail
clerk, general mess headquarters.
LT. (sg.) MAX PEPPER, form-
erly residing here anu stationed
i or several months a^ the Jack-
sonville Memorial Hospital, has
been transferred to Miami. In-
formation has been received that
Lt.' Pepper will have his head-
quarters at the Everglades Hotel.
His family will return here with
him.
LT. LOUIS SEITLIN. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, has
been transferred to Camp Bland-
ing, where he is scheduled to be-
come a member of the permanent
party.
MURRY SCHULMAN has been
inducted into the services and is
now at Camp Blanding.
WALTER MACKAUF is now in
the armed forces at Camp Bland-
ing after being inducted last
week.
ABE SCHONFELD, son of Mrs.
J. Schonfeld, now a member of
the armed forces and serving
with the U. S. Navy. He is pres-
ently stationed in Jacksonville.
MISSING IN ACTION?
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heisch-
obers door bell rang the other
day. Standing in front of their
Brooklyn, N. Y. apartment was a
Western Union messenger.
A red-haired youth took a
telegram from the boy, then
handed is back to him.
"Read it," he told the boy.
It was from the Navy Depart-
ment.
"Gee," said the messenger. "I'm
sorry."
"Sorry!" the red-head ex-
claimed, "I'm the son, Lester
Heschober, the guy it says is
missing in action."
Lester, who enlisted in the navy
last year, had been torpedoed in
the mid-Atlantic, picked up by a
British destroyer, taken to Eng-
land and returned to his home in
Brooklyn before Navy Depart-
ment machinery could catch up
with him.
CAPT. ALFRED M. LICHT-
MAN. 25. of Syracuse, N. Y., has
been awarded the Silver Star
for participation in the Solomon
Islands campaign.
Name__________
Address (Home)
Date of Birth.__
Date of Enlistment.
Name of Nearest Relative
Address___________________
Relationship
Branch of Service
Service Address
TsL No-----------------
Rank
Outfit.
Promotions, honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other
vents or services:------------------------------------------------------------
FORWARD MARCH
Each week we will list in al-
phabetical order the names of
the men of Dade County who are
now in the service of the United
States. This week:
Safer, Charles S.
Solomon, William
Saltz, Sidney A.
Saslaw, Milton S., M. D.
Sanslaw, Samuel S., Dr.
Samuels, Erwin
Sayewitz, Phillip S.
Schaffer, Melvin
Schaffer, Samuel
Schaeffer, Bernard D.
Scherer, Irving
Schiffman, Benj. E.
Schlachter, Albert
Schupler, Moses
Schwartz, Paul
Schwerbok, Moness
Seigel, Robt. Lowe
Seitlin, Robt. I.
Selevan, Dr. Sol
Selznick, Zomps
Septoff, Sam
Serkin, Sol
Serkin, Manuel ,*.
Serkin, Morton
Shainess, Morton
Shapiro, Samuel W.
Shubow, David
Siegel, Herbert M.
Siegal, Jack
Silver, Abe
Silver, Kirby
Silver, Lee
Silver, Walter
Silverman, Arthur
Silverman, David
Simon, Harold Elliott
Singer, Peter
Slote, Arthur D.
Snetman. Louis F.
Snyder, Morris
Sokolow, Carl
Soler, Joseph
Solinsky, Bert
Soltz, Sidney A.
Somberg, Seymour I.
Somgberg, Norman
Specter, Irving
Specter, Louis
Speckter, Eugene I.
Staaats, James R.
Stegeman. Otto C.
Stein. Theodore D.
Steinhouser, Root. R.
Stillman, Leonard
Stone, Samuel Weiner
Suberman, Jack
Susner, David Stone
Sussman, A.
Syrop, Dr. Harold M.
Solomon, Donald A.
Silver, Lee
Seymour, Eugene
Schwartz, Richard L.
Seegar, Harold
Solomon, Irving
Steinhauser, Alfred
Stern, Morton H.
Schwartz, Harold
Singer, Milton
Jewish Boys on AllJFronts
KILLED IN ACTION
TEN COMMANDMENTS
FOR PARENTS OF MEN IN THE
ARMED FORCES
CAPT NATHAN BROOKS. 30,
of Detroit, Mich., a physician,
won the Silver Star for heroism
in New Guinea. During a Jap-
anese strafing and bombing at-
tack on an American Field Hos-
pital, Captain Brooks remained
constantly on duty.
By Pinches J. Chazin
Chaplain, 1st Lt.
Army Air Forces School of
Applied Tactics
Orlando, Florida
1 I am in this war as much as
anyone else. I shall strive to
do my best in every way pos-
sible to help win the war.
2 There shall be no other inter-
est more important to me than
my contribution to the war
effort. All differences that
might hinder the war effort
must be subordinated at this
time.
3 Thou shalt not take the name
of democracy and of humanity
in vain. Thou shalt surely
fight to win victory for de-
mocracy, but justice for hu-
manity.
4 Remember thy son and thy
neighbor's son. Just as thou
wouldst desire that other par-
ents do their all for thy son,
so must thou do thine all for
thy neighbor's son.
5 Honor the memory of those
who have given their lives for
their country. Remember, they
died that we might livea
free and a rich life.
6 Thou shalt not neglect that
unanswered letter to thy son.
7 Thou shalt not worry thy son
in the army. Thou shalt write
him cheerful news.
8 Thou shalt not forget that any
taste of home is most welcome
to thy son. Send him home
news, and home cooking.
9 Thou shalt not speak dispar-
agingly of thine allies. We are
United Nations fighting a com-
mon war.
10 Thou shalt not forget that the
Chaplain is thy son's friend
be it on the home grounds or
on the battlefield. Six days
will he work with and for thy
T/SGT. ALFRED M. UNION.
34, of Coral Gables, Fla, a radio
operator and gunner in the Air
Corps, was killed in action on
January 3rd in a raid on Ger-
many. Sergeant Union had seen
action in the Aleutian Islands
and the Battle of Midway, where
he was wounded, before being
sent to England. His parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Union of
1312 Elrado St.
LT. NORBERT B. FELDMAN.
22, of Brooklyn, co-pilot of a Fly-
ing Fortress, has been killed in
action in the European area. Lt.
Feldman has a twin brother serv-
ing as navigator aboard a Liber-
ator bomber. His parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Feldman
of 1615 Avenue I.
LT. GOODMAN G. GRELLER.
35, of Minneapolis, Minn., lost
his life in the battle of El Kue-
tar last month. An acting cap-
tain with 200 men under his
command, Greller was a National
Guardsman for twelve years and
had been in Africa since Febru-
ary. He leaves his wife, Yetta,
and a daughter. Audrey, nine.
PVT. MARTIN SEGEL. of
Cleveland, has been killed in ac-
tion in the North African fight-
ing. His parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Segel of 10927 Grant-
wood Ave.
CPL. ALBERT SCHWARTZ. 29
of Philadelphia, lost his life in
North Africa. His parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwartz
of 6405 Woodland Ave.
LT. CHARLES S. ZUKER. of
Cleveland, gave up his life in
the African campaign. He leaves
his wife, who lives at 1032 Quil-
lianis Rd.
SGT. ISRAEL JACOBSON. 21,
of Rochester. N. Y.. receiver the
son, and on the seventh day j Silver Star for heroism with the
will he aid thy son to bring Allied forces in North Africa. A
him near unto his religious i professional boxer, he enlisted in
tradition and to his God. 'the Army in January, 1941.
HELP WANTED!
to build the most all-inclusive list of Jewish men and women
in the armed forces of the United States.
It is essential that every Jew in America make himself a
committee of one to transmit information on those in service
or who have been decorated, missing in action, wounded, or
who have given their lives in service. By doing this you will
be aiding in the authentic recording of Jewish participation in
this warnow being compiled by the
BUREAU OF WAR RECORDS. NAT ROTH. Chairman
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
c/o P. O. BOX 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible
Through the Co-Operation of:
Abess & Costar
First National Bank Bldg.
Adelman Pipe & Steel Co.
47 N. E. 25th St.
Abe Aronovitz
Miami, Florida
earl's Markets
Miami Miami Baaeh
Cowen's Shoe Stores
its Platter St.
u
Cromer Wholesale
1| N. E. Third St.
Green Bros.
M N. E. 24th St.
Hub Dry Goods
Its N. E. Miami Ava.
Jack C. Jayson
Miami
Donald Lavigne-Uniforms
114 N. E. Sooond Ava.
Markowitz & Resnick
1216 N. E. Saaond Ava.
Miami Iron & Metal Co.
2411 N. W. 32nd Ava.
Miami Rug Co.
100 8. Miami Ava.
Palmer Funeral Chapel
Sldnay H. Palmar, Raaldant Ownar
Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc.
1*9 E. Flaglar St.
Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant
170 N. W. Fifth St.
J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins
148 N. Miami Ava.
Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan
Langford Building
Standard Wholesale Grocery Co.
140 N. E. 10th St.
Joseph R. Stein
Miami, Florida
Sybil's Women's Apparel
70 S. E. First St.


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r-FTS of mighty bombers are coming from Willow Run
leetsof g.ant four-engined Fords with wings and heavily
knnored rxxhes able to carry tons of bombs to the Axis!
These Ford-built Consolidated Liberator bombers are not
" ily mi production they're in volume fnoduction! And
they re leaving Willow Run in a steady stream for service
throughout the world.
Never before Willow Run has anything so big and complex
as this Liberator bomber been built on an interchangeable
mass-production basis. Some said it couldn't be done
that frequent design changes would make mass pr impossible. Hut army men knew that failure to pnxluce
aircraft in mass would prove disastrous. They knew that
\ ictory demanded what seemed impossible-*,*! they relied
on lord to do it. '
The army was right. What many thought impossible bos
been done at Willow Run!
There were difficulties such as manpower shortages, the
training of inexperienced workers and the curtailment of
transportation.
But today Willow Run is doing what Ford promised' The
plant is producing bombers in volume and oh schedule!
At other Ford plants across the nation, fleets of war models
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M-IO tank destroyers, Ford-built 2(XM)-hp Pratt & Whitner
engines for which Ford has received the Army-Navy "E"
and many other Victory models listed below.
As you watch these Tends go by on their way to your sor*
and brothers at the front, remember that their ouanu ty Z
quality reflect the feeling of rhe whole Ford organist on
that no effort short of Victory is enough.
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FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1943 + knisHrk)ridliic*r> PAGE SEVEN WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEO. M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. W. B. Director GREATER minmi RRinv RRD HHUV [OmmiTTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD SERVICE PARADE! A COMMUNITY PROJECT "Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services" OFFICERS SAM BLANK, Chairman MONTE SELIG. Vice-Chr. JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sec. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mrs. Walter Bronatoa Mrs. Max Dobria Maurice Grossman Louis Heiman Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Morris Klass Mrs. Murry Koran Harry MarkowiU Nat Roth Milton Sirkin Joseph Stein Mrs. Herbert Wallae* Carl Weinkle ABOUT OUR BOYS LT. (jg.) BURTON S. KAHN, a graduate of the University of Florida who formerly was in the insurance and real estate business in Miami Beach, is on duty in North Africa. The son of Mrs. Sadye Kahn, 1523 West Ave., Miami Beach, he is a former treasurer of the junior chamber of commerce. He was associated with his uncle, Albert L. Kahn, Miami Beach, in business. ARTHUR M. KAHN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Kahn, who has been in the service two years, recently was promoted to lieutenant. He is stationed with the signal corps at Orlando. Four sons in the service two on foreign duty are those of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard, 306 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach. FIRST LT. HENRY REINHARD, graduate of the University of Miami, is on duty with an Army quartermaster unit in the Pacific area. SGT. LEO REINHARD. who attended New York University, is in the Atlantic area with an Army Air Forces ground crew. PVT. HAROLD REINHARD. now on desert maneuvers out west. His wife is with him. PVT. NORMAN REINHARD. with the Army Air Forces ground crew, is stationed at Miami Beach. T CORP. BERTRAM SOLOMON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Solomon, 825 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, has been enrolled in a special course of instruction at the Signal Corps' school at Camp Murphy. MILTON J. PEPKOWITZ. 550 11th St., has been promoted to staff sergeant and assigned to the AAFTTC, Miami Beach, as detail clerk, general mess headquarters. LT. (sg.) MAX PEPPER, formerly residing here anu stationed i or several months a^ the Jacksonville Memorial Hospital, has been transferred to Miami. Information has been received that Lt.' Pepper will have his headquarters at the Everglades Hotel. His family will return here with him. LT. LOUIS SEITLIN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin, has been transferred to Camp Blanding, where he is scheduled to become a member of the permanent party. MURRY SCHULMAN has been inducted into the services and is now at Camp Blanding. WALTER MACKAUF is now in the armed forces at Camp Blanding after being inducted last week. ABE SCHONFELD, son of Mrs. J. Schonfeld, now a member of the armed forces and serving with the U. S. Navy. He is presently stationed in Jacksonville. MISSING IN ACTION? Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heischobers door bell rang the other day. Standing in front of their Brooklyn, N. Y. apartment was a Western Union messenger. A red-haired youth took a telegram from the boy, then handed is back to him. "Read it," he told the boy. It was from the Navy Department. "Gee," said the messenger. "I'm sorry." "Sorry!" the red-head exclaimed, "I'm the son, Lester Heschober, the guy it says is missing in action." Lester, who enlisted in the navy last year, had been torpedoed in the mid-Atlantic, picked up by a British destroyer, taken to England and returned to his home in Brooklyn before Navy Department machinery could catch up with him. CAPT. ALFRED M. LICHTMAN. 25. of Syracuse, N. Y., has been awarded the Silver Star for participation in the Solomon Islands campaign. Name Address (Home) Date of Birth. Date of Enlistment. Name of Nearest Relative Address Relationship Branch of Service Service Address— TsL No Rank Outfit. Promotions, honors, awards, acts of heroism, casualty or other •vents or services: — FORWARD MARCH Each week we will list in alphabetical order the names of the men of Dade County who are now in the service of the United States. This week: Safer, Charles S. Solomon, William Saltz, Sidney A. Saslaw, Milton S., M. D. Sanslaw, Samuel S., Dr. Samuels, Erwin Sayewitz, Phillip S. Schaffer, Melvin Schaffer, Samuel Schaeffer, Bernard D. Scherer, Irving Schiffman, Benj. E. Schlachter, Albert Schupler, Moses Schwartz, Paul Schwerbok, Moness Seigel, Robt. Lowe Seitlin, Robt. I. Selevan, Dr. Sol Selznick, Zomps Septoff, Sam Serkin, Sol Serkin, Manuel ,*. Serkin, Morton Shainess, Morton Shapiro, Samuel W. Shubow, David Siegel, Herbert M. Siegal, Jack Silver, Abe Silver, Kirby Silver, Lee Silver, Walter Silverman, Arthur Silverman, David Simon, Harold Elliott Singer, Peter Slote, Arthur D. Snetman. Louis F. Snyder, Morris Sokolow, Carl Soler, Joseph Solinsky, Bert Soltz, Sidney A. Somberg, Seymour I. Somgberg, Norman Specter, Irving Specter, Louis Speckter, Eugene I. Staaats, James R. Stegeman. Otto C. Stein. Theodore D. Steinhouser, Root. R. Stillman, Leonard Stone, Samuel Weiner Suberman, Jack Susner, David Stone Sussman, A. Syrop, Dr. Harold M. Solomon, Donald A. Silver, Lee Seymour, Eugene Schwartz, Richard L. Seegar, Harold Solomon, Irving Steinhauser, Alfred Stern, Morton H. Schwartz, Harold Singer, Milton Jewish Boys on AllJFronts KILLED IN ACTION TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR PARENTS OF MEN IN THE ARMED FORCES CAPT NATHAN BROOKS. 30, of Detroit, Mich., a physician, won the Silver Star for heroism in New Guinea. During a Japanese strafing and bombing attack on an American Field Hospital, Captain Brooks remained constantly on duty. By Pinches J. Chazin Chaplain, 1st Lt. Army Air Forces School of Applied Tactics Orlando, Florida 1 I am in this war as much as anyone else. I shall strive to do my best in every way possible to help win the war. 2 There shall be no other interest more important to me than my contribution to the war effort. All differences that might hinder the war effort must be subordinated at this time. 3 Thou shalt not take the name of democracy and of humanity in vain. Thou shalt surely fight to win victory for democracy, but justice for humanity. 4 Remember thy son and thy neighbor's son. Just as thou wouldst desire that other parents do their all for thy son, so must thou do thine all for thy neighbor's son. 5 Honor the memory of those who have given their lives for their country. Remember, they died that we might live—a free and a rich life. 6 Thou shalt not neglect that unanswered letter to thy son. 7 Thou shalt not worry thy son in the army. Thou shalt write him cheerful news. 8 Thou shalt not forget that any taste of home is most welcome to thy son. Send him home news, and home cooking. 9 Thou shalt not speak disparagingly of thine allies. We are United Nations fighting a common war. 10 Thou shalt not forget that the Chaplain is thy son's friend be it on the home grounds or on the battlefield. Six days will he work with and for thy T/SGT. ALFRED M. UNION. 34, of Coral Gables, Fla, a radio operator and gunner in the Air Corps, was killed in action on January 3rd in a raid on Germany. Sergeant Union had seen action in the Aleutian Islands and the Battle of Midway, where he was wounded, before being sent to England. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Union of 1312 Elrado St. LT. NORBERT B. FELDMAN. 22, of Brooklyn, co-pilot of a Flying Fortress, has been killed in action in the European area. Lt. Feldman has a twin brother serving as navigator aboard a Liberator bomber. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Feldman of 1615 Avenue I. LT. GOODMAN G. GRELLER. 35, of Minneapolis, Minn., lost his life in the battle of El Kuetar last month. An acting captain with 200 men under his command, Greller was a National Guardsman for twelve years and had been in Africa since February. He leaves his wife, Yetta, and a daughter. Audrey, nine. PVT. MARTIN SEGEL. of Cleveland, has been killed in action in the North African fighting. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Segel of 10927 Grantwood Ave. CPL. ALBERT SCHWARTZ. 29 of Philadelphia, lost his life in North Africa. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwartz of 6405 Woodland Ave. LT. CHARLES S. ZUKER. of Cleveland, gave up his life in the African campaign. He leaves his wife, who lives at 1032 Quillianis Rd. SGT. ISRAEL JACOBSON. 21, of Rochester. N. Y.. receiver the son, and on the seventh day j Silver Star for heroism with the will he aid thy son to bring Allied forces in North Africa. A him near unto his religious i professional boxer, he enlisted in tradition and to his God. 'the Army in January, 1941. HELP WANTED! to build the most all-inclusive list of Jewish men and women in the armed forces of the United States. It is essential that every Jew in America make himself a committee of one to transmit information on those in service or who have been decorated, missing in action, wounded, or who have given their lives in service. By doing this you will be aiding in the authentic recording of Jewish participation in this war—now being compiled by the BUREAU OF WAR RECORDS. NAT ROTH. Chairman GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD c/o P. O. BOX 2973, MIAMI, FLORIDA Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of: Abess & Costar First National Bank Bldg. Adelman Pipe & Steel Co. 47 N. E. 25th St. Abe Aronovitz Miami, Florida earl's Markets Miami — Miami Baaeh Cowen's Shoe Stores its %  Platter St. — u Cromer Wholesale 1| N. E. Third St. Green Bros. M N. E. 24th St. Hub Dry Goods Its N. E. Miami Ava. Jack C. Jayson Miami Donald Lavigne U niforms 114 N. E. Sooond Ava. Markowitz & Resnick 1216 N. E. Saaond Ava. Miami Iron & Metal Co. 2411 N. W. 32nd Ava. Miami Rug Co. 100 8. Miami Ava. Palmer Funeral Chapel Sldnay H. Palmar, Raaldant Ownar Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc. 1*9 E. Flaglar St. Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant 170 N. W. Fifth St. J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins 148 N. Miami Ava. Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan Langford Building Standard Wholesale Grocery Co. 140 N. E. 10th St. Joseph R. Stein Miami, Florida Sybil's Women's Apparel 70 S. E. First St.



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PAGE FOUR vJmlslincrMtor^ FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1943 wjewisti Meridian PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES fl S. W. SECOND AV: P. O. BOX 2973 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor PHONE 2-1141 totered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1940, at the Post Office of Miami Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Monthi, >1.00 1943 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 28, IYAR 23, 5703 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 22 MIAMI BEACH CITIZENS-GO TO THE POLLS AND VOTE TUESDAY! J E WS IN POLIT I C S The position of the Jew in politics has been one discussed pro and con. That it is his incumbent duty to register and vote has been unequivocally upheld. When it comes to officeholding a skepticism has been expressed despite remarkable records and accomplishments made by Jews who have held public office. This skepticism exists and increases when spoken in local township and county positions. To ask for support or to secure votes on the basis of being Jewish is un-American besides being foolhardy. To support and vote for a man because he is of the Jewish faith is likewise un-American. To political diehards, those in and out of our faith, who talk of a so-called Jewish vote, let us demonstratively and with conclusive proof point out to the contrary. Were this true there would be a far greater number of Jewish men and women holding office than there has been or that there is now. On Miami Beach alone, were this true, the registration of Jewish voters would place in office a majority. There is no solid, united Jewish vote as there is no parallel Catholic or Protestant vote. Were that true you would find the same ratio proving the same conclusion. Our democratic government, far overshadowing past and present forms, shows a strong individualistic mind and that voters here and everywhere do not use as the yardstick the religious belief of an office seeker. The candidate that is an incumbent and is running for re-election, of course, can be studied and his record scrutinized. His conduct on the council, his actions in his private business, his attitude on general affairs are all a thermometer to his character, a definition of his liberalism and a gauge for future support. This is true of the Jewish candidate or incumbent, as of all others. There is but one basic difference about the Jew in politics. That difference is unjustified but existing. Despite the individuals composing and comprising a council guiding destinies of government, that one person being a Jew is singled out and his actions attributed as such. That is the difference. His actions are defined, interpreted and attributed to the Jewish people. Be they unwise or unsound their responsibility is placed upon the entire residence of that people. We won't vote for the individual because he is a Jew or for that matter any other candidate because of belief. We don't want a man. Jewish or otherwise, who is not fit or who is unrepresentative, surely not among our faith. We must take cognizance that in our own locality, Miami Beach, we have been fortunate in having two councilmen, members of our faith, being a credit to that community and thereby redound credit to our faith. They served and served well. One. Baron deHirsh Meyer, is now in the services of his country, and the other, Mitchell Wolfson, serving his community in a like manner. Now, another election is at hand with voters of Miami Beach going to the polls Tuesday. We are fortunate that of nine seeking office, three of our faith are offering their services. An offer which means much personal sacrifice. Mitchell Wolfson has by his past term of office shown himself to be capable and ably fitted to serve on the council. He has served long and well using his sound business judgment that attained personal success, to better the municipality for his fellow residents. He has been a credit to his community and to our people. He has served many organizations for civic betterment and found time to be of assistance to causes to aid our needy brethren and protect our good name. In this instance we have performance and past record to base judgment with experience as an added asset. The other candidates are able, if elected, to take their seat around the council table and redound credit. One has the endorsement of the previous councilman, now in the service. His sentiments express the hope that he will be the successor to this seat. With five vacancies to be filled neither of the candidates are running against each other. All in all it is a healthy sign for representative business men to take an active part in politics. It is the duty of all capable individuals to assume a share of the responsibility of their government. DUTY CALLS Greater Miami regrets the temporary loss this week that arises with the director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation entering the armed services. Morris Klass in his year and a half spent with us has rendered a service to this growing and expanding community that is evident. He has strengthened Federation and its associated activities. He has guided Federation in an executive capacity that won for him admiration. Our community will miss his trained leadership. We hope that our present conflict will end soon and Morris Klass will return to our midst. MITCHELL WOLFSON Because Mitchell Wolfson again offers himself as a candidate for the city council of Miami Beach the public is interested. And that interest is founded on the fact that Wolfson has proven himsell of inestimable value to not alone the welfare of the community in which he lives, but to the county in which he has served on so many of its betterment programs. He has taken an active part in many Jewish organizations. Pointing to his record on the council in asking for re-election to the office he has held for four years, he cites: Support of the $1,000,000 milelong ocean front county park between Baker's haulover and Sunny Isles; assistance in obtaining from the county $50,000 for paving and widening of Alton Rd. and $80,000 for creation of Surfside Park; replacement of unsightly buildings with a park on Ocean Dr. between Biscayne and First Sts.; active campaign for approval of the constitutional amendment that gives Miami Beach its own county commissioner; tax reductions and city employe wage increases, and reorganization of the police department. ROBERT W* RALSTON BENJAMIN E, BRONSTON Strongly advocating careful e >st-war planning, Benjamin E ronston, in his campaign for city council, is pointing at the on portunities for further develon ment of Miami Beach after th war. u,e Mr. Bronston, very active in th P Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Anti-Defamation League has just completed a term as president of Federation. Predicting that when the arrnv evacuates the Beach it will do so as suddenly as it came here, Bronston believes the city should have proper foresight and prepare now for the transition from its present military aspect to its normal place as a residential city. In his talk before the Miami Beach Apartment association at Miami Beach High School, the realtor, now making his first political race, traced the growth of the city from swamplands to its present magnitude, with $155. 000,000 in realty values. He pointed out his experience as a realtor and his knowledge of properties here as one of his qualifications for councilman. He favored proper compensation for city workers, and correction of any injustices in the city pension and retirement plan. RALPH POLE "I am not a politician," stated Ralph Pole, candidate for the Beach city council. "I never ran for but one office in my life and was overwhelmingly elected to that job. "That I seem to have made good is reflected in the fact that every time a Justice of the Peace was wanted in some other jurisdiction, they have always called on me to fill the vacancies. "I know no other code, creed or morals than to be honest, fair and upright in all my dealings with my fellowman, and I attribute this code to the fact that I He participated in the refund-1 have the love and esteem of my Robert W. Ralston, who has served 104 years* as a Miami Beach councilman, is the second oldest member of the council in point of service. An early Miami builder, he became a pioneer developer of Miami Beach. Among the subdivisions developed by Ralston and his brother is the Golden Beach area. He has been active in forwarding the city's park, playground and golf course program, and during his tenure on the council $1,325,000 was invested in park and golf course purchase and development. MIAMI BEACH CITIZENS—GO TO THE POLLS AND VOTE TUESDAY! ing of the city's indebtedness of $6,000,000, seeing the interest rate reduced from 5 and 6 per cent to a 4 per cent basis, and the principal reduced by $1,000,000. D. LEE POWELL D. Lee Powell is an incumbent offering for return to the Beach council office, to which he was appointed last July. He has participated with the other six councilmen in Miami Beach's economy and post-war planning program. Since coming to Miami Beach 20 years ago, he has been instrumental m attracting large investments of capital to Miami Beach fellowman and friends. "If you elect me to a membership on the city council, you will, when I step down from that job, say as you have always have— He has been fair, honest and loyal to the interests of his constituents and fellowman." VALC.CLEARY Mayor Val C. Ckary, candidate for re-election to the Beach council in campaigning reviewed the present council's accomplishments pointing out that tax rates in 1942 were the lowest in years ana that minimum taxes would be his futher goal. Despite a revenue from nearly every state in the shrinkage of $400,000 last year Union. The real estate firm. founded by Powell, his father and his brother, has operated continuously for 20 years. He is a former vice-president and director of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors and a member of the Miami Beach Elks Lodge. he said. Miami Beach is now in the most favorable financial condition in its history. The city is building up a fund for rehabilitation, he said, to use after tne war and more funds are now available in it than for many a year. Ask Your Local Dalicataaaen For the Beat • It Coats No Mora OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Dallcloua Cornad Baaf Pickled, Cooked and tmokad Maata 87th and Normal Ava. Chlaaa* EVERYTHING AS IT StlOI I.D BE Our thorough knowledge of all matters of ritual, oqajpled with our modern facilities and our efficient aatd courteous personnel enable ut to proride a funeral that will meet the withe* of the bereaved aaly in every particular. — -Aak for Mr. Eieeaberg M36 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Phono 5-777f CHARLES S. TOBIN In a radio talk which ho made Charles S. Tobin, candidate for the Miami Beach City Council in the Municipal election to be held next Tuesday. June first, set forth part of his program. Mr. Tobin. who has been in the general insurance business in Dade County for 22 years stated that Miami Beach fire and windstorm insurance rates were too high and could be reduced. The important planks in the Tobin platform, in addition to the above are: A city-owned and a City-operated hospital for Miami Beach, to serve the sick among the natives and the visitors; a fair and impartial application of the zoning regulations; an effective health department; fair and just interpretation of the Civil Service Act; an energetic advertising campaign to attract summer visitors to Miami Beach; and long range planning for the future of Miami Beach. OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon Cocktai! Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines 'IX BUS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS Mil FROM MIAMI BIACM Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. YOUR WAR BOND DOLLARS WILL BRING VICTORY Perhaps you can't aerve on the firing line —but every American can join the buying line. You can do your part on the Home Front by regular purchase of War Bonds out of current income. BAM PEHEKAL W M9 .1 WILL SELL OR TRADE Home in Northwest Section, good condition, newly painted, well furnished, for three bedroom home in Southwest Section. PHONE 7-4930 A SAVINGS INSTITUTION— RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON. President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE



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FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1943 **Jewisl) nuridian SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS ENGAGEMENT The engagement of Miss Annabelle Lee Weinkle, former resident of Miami, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle, 622 15th St., Miami Beach, to Emanuel T. Linn, son of Mrs. A. L. Linn, Asheville, N. C, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Weinkle, Fayette, N. C. PAGE THREE PERSONALS BAR MITZVAH During the services this Saturday at 9:30 a. m. at Beth David, Bernard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenthal, will become bar mitzvah. The bar mitzvah of Karl Essman, 119 S. W. 6th St., will take place at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Ave., this Saturday at 10 a. m. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the services which will be followed by a kiddush. Saturday morning the bar mitzvah of Arnold Horwitch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Hortwich. 3131 North Bay Road. Miami Beach and Chicago, 111., will take place at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. George Cohen returned to the city last week from Charleston, N. C. His wife and daughtef Diane are remaining there for another two weeks visiting relatives and friends. Nat Williams has left for New York to join his wife. He will visit there for several weeks before returning to the city. Cadet Murry Koretsky, son of Harry Koretsky, Miami Beach, is spending ten days with his father before returning to Riverside Military Academy, Gainesville, Georgia, where he has been a student for the past two and onehalf years. Upon completion of his studies, he will be a commissioned officer in the armed forces. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin had as their house guest their son Jackie, wlfo spent a few days here before returning to his studies at Loyola University. New Orleans. He is a member of the reserves of the U. S. Navy. Mrs. Sarah Myerson is visiting her sister and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein at the Bonnie Apts.. 505 12th St.' She expects to leave for the North about August 5th. Mrs. Paul Bragin of New York is visiting her husband. Private Paul Bragin, who is stationed on the Beach and also her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. David Singer, 1786 S. W. 10th St. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frank, formerly of 1361 S. W. 7th St., have left for their home in Warren, Ohio. Mrs. J. Cabot left for New York this week and will remain there during the summer. RETURN D. Lee Powell To Miami Beach City Council This will assure efficient administration of the cities affairs by an honest, capable and experienced business man. Vote For D. Lee Powell June 1st CPL. MARVIN GERALD APTE Cpl. Marvin Gerald, eighteenyear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte, will graduate from Gordon Military Academy, Barnsville, Georgia, May 31st. His parents will be present at the ceremonies and will return to the city with him. Marvin is scheduled to enter the services shortly. Another local student graduating from this institution at the same time is Jerry Gerstein. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gerstein. DR. KAPLAN TO BE SPEAKER AT THE UNITARIAN CHURCH il\ii

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PAGE SIX *Je*ishfk>rknaiti FRIDAY. MAY M^^M^MM^WWWMMMWi B'nai B'rith ^P* N o t e s By Paul Weitiman AAAAA^^AAA*AAMAA. University of Miami, feeling that without reason or ryme is; an act the needs'of the %  col.egiates" 11 •"*£ gAJmgJ^ 1 is but without donors, there nothing for them to do. A return post card was sent to every member of B'nai B'rith during the past week, seeking information necessary for record purposes, and at the same time asking for volunteer blood donors. That card, filled in and mailed, will be the first step. "You can't get blood from a stone." We've heard that song before! But the Blood Donor Drive does not appeal to stone! Yet, from the response to the many urgent messages, the rank and file might just as well be stone, judging from the "ears" that will not hear the vital need for blood plasma, and the "eyes". that will not see a patriotic duty. Chairman and committees will Normally healthy individuals take care of all other arrangebetween the ages of 21 and 60 ments. The Blood Bank personsuffer no ill effects from the | nel will bring equipment to cassmall quantity of blood they so|ualty stations whenever a group painlessly give. And in the givof twenty can be assembled. You ing they may and undoubtedly can save a life—will you? will save lives of those, who but Sholem Lodge Sends Delegates for the blood plasma available at to District Convention a critical time would die. A v.,,,., ., .. r A I t _,..„..,, About a score of delegates from Bnai Brith has pledged itself Sholem Lodge and the Ladies to obtain 500 blood donors by the Auxiliary will entrain today for last of July, and is seeking such Asheville. N. C. where the condonors from the men and women vention of District Five of B'nai J n ,ts 0 r ? n n k s The Bnai B'rith of-' B'rith convenes tins year, startfice. 3-6391. the Miami chairman. %  lns Saturday night, May 29th. Max Silver. 2-4643. the Miami The delegates are looking forr- c ,n cha n, L an ', Har ry Go 1< > n ward to serious deliberation on 5-,649 and the Auxiliary chairproblems brought about by Human. Mrs. Garry Glatt. 5-7990. war in addition to the run of are all waiting to set the wheels hl m ,n matters. They are seekin motion. Everything and evmg thl establishment" of a fullerybody is poised and waiting. ,,„„. .milel Foundation for the be thus best served. And since all work and no play make Jack and Jill dull—the Convention Committee has arranged for various forms of entertainment for the enjoyment and relaxation of the delegates. Name the B'nai B'rith Bomber A committee from Sholem Lodge and the Ladies Auxiliary, consisting of Isaac Levin, Sol Goldstrom, Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and Mrs. David Catsman, is receiving suggestions for a name for the bomber. From all available suggestions, together with ideas of their own. this committee will select a name for the bomber on June 1st. All suggestions must be in by that date, and may be made directly to members of the committee, or to the B'nai B'rith office. Miami Beach Elks Get Bomber Sholem Lodge congratulates the Miami Beach Elks upon the successful accomplishment of its goal to sell War Bonds in an amount sufficient to buy a bomber. Morns Warner, a member of Sholem Lodge, is the "drive chairman." In the war effort there are no lines of division and the more bombers sold the sooner we can turn our efforts to peaceful pursuits—conies the glorious day of Victory. IN THE MAIL BOX Re-Elect JOHN LEVI to tke City Council of Miami Beach and continue the phenomenal progress of Miami Beach May 25. 1943 Editor of Jewish Floridian Dear Editor: "A Grand Gesture" Disturbing it is when .Jewish individuals destroy everything that is dear and holy to the Hebraic Civilization. When Jewish groups or organizations begin to speak grandiloquently in behalf of the "Good Name" of the Jewish people and the devoted patriotism of the Jewish soldiers, but proceed to destroy all the values by breaking faith with the Good Name of Israel and pub'icly violating as an organization the only day. the Sabbath, known to be holy and accepted by the Christians as our sacred day— then it is tune to cry out. Sure it creates unpopularity to Speak the truth! But who desires popularity when the very act of a Jewish group befouls the entire Jewish community. Why sully the good name of the J. W. V. whose work stands as a bulwark of Jewish faith and devotion by acts of recriminations, such as was displayed last Saturday when "tag day" was declared and Jewish women were selling tags on the streets? Why didn't the Post Chaplain know about it? Do you know when called to my attention that a Jewish Women's group desired to sell War Bonds, a great patriotic gesture, on the second day of Passover, though the hour was late, yet the group with propriety immediately changed its date? It is not bigotry to demand decency and honesty on the part of Jewish organizations. We all become culprits when one segment of Jewish communal organizations acts independently and crushes the sound name of the Sabbath. Have you witnessed a Christian organization violating its Sabbath in our area? This is not a message condemning any organization. It upholds the splendid work of the J. W. V. It condemns the carelessness with which we hold our sacred ideals. May there be no other occasion to continue this discussion. May its contents be taken seriously by all Jewish organizations. Sincerely yours. MAX SHAPIRO Rabbi Max Shapiro. RIVERMONT PAjnr ISM N. W. 7th at. Ph BMt car* for chro-'-%  W chronic tick w MS WEEKLY" UT %  Urge %  eautlfu i^Qr^,^^ Upketatery. Slip Cor., „* Drapery Shopt Compl.te Lma of Excluat*. Decorative Fctbrica 5 it. w. it, st n!Sm E.tabllah.* In Miami |„„ m Hanson Roofing Co ROOFINO AND SHEET MlTAl CONTRACTOB8 mmT **••MONK 4-BU0 414 t. W. 22nd AVINUt Buy Stamps and Bonds. % 2-3ISI a\ INSURANCE %  lEa, SEyBOLD A.-J JOk. BUILDITtG jVi PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 228 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREHNICX. Rapte—titatJTa Martin Gold, son of Mr. and treasurer. Mrs David Gold Mrs. Isidor Gold, 129 Hammond smith, retiring president was Ave.. Palm Beach, a star football 'presented a gift bv Mrs Barncv and baseball player at Palm Beach : Blitcher. and by 'Mrs Herman High School, is among 225 candiwith a past president's uin dates for graduation at The Cita%  i_l d< I on May 20. Majoring in political science, Cadet Gold is a candidate for the bachelor of arts degree. Mrs. Charles Knopfler was inStalled as president of the Temple Israel Sisterhood at the Par Ike Best hi Dairy Product*LFA WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CBEAM—ICE CREAM on th< ': %  Is ol Miami, last Saturday-' Do you know that many n spectable and fine Christians, particularly Seventh Day Adventists. wenconcerned and %  made inquiry whether special dispensation was given for a Jewish group t., violate the Sabbath? Do you know it is permissable to break -very law of the Sabbath i! it is the question of actual lite and death of an individual or comm unity," but to llagrantly lALME AMBULANCE SERVICE BEFORE TOD BUY •ee *-EON ELIIH with ME J £PPOLITAN -.WIW. CO. ** Bert Becw,M Bl„^ Buv-Blgg.* BeceW Seat SOUTHERN DAIRIES •a*1 ducts end lea Cream. — ^t\* < AS NEAJ| TQ you ^ YOFH mQn (Paid PoHtio| A4 V ) VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT Val C. Cleary TO THE Miami Beach City Council June 1st Your Vote and support Earnestly solicited Made Frors Freeh Orancjee


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FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1943 Jewish fhrkUar) PAGE FIVE j BELIEIOUS nHMOUHGEMEMTS SCHAAREI ZEDEK lite 8. W. Third St., Miami SIMON APRIL. Rabbi Services: Friday 7:15 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April: "The Ethical Power of Bible." Shalosh Sudos, 6:00 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 7(1 ilet St.. Miami Bach 8. U. MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m., service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "The Warning." Social period, Sisterhood as hostesses. Saturday, 9:30 a. m., service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei preaching on weekly portion. Mincha 7 p. m. Service men's Se'udah Shlishis 7:15 p. m., Chaplain Harold H. Gordon presiding. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wub Ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beaoo MOSBS ME8CHBLOPF, Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Saturday, 9 a. m. services: Rabbi Moses Mescheloff preaching. Cantor Maurice Mamches chanting. Early Sabbath services, 7 a. m. Sabbath afternoon: Rabbi Mescheloff discoursing. Service men's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schafron. TEMPLE ISRAEL 117 N. E. 19th St.. Miami COLMAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D Rabbi Emeritus Friday, 7:30 p. m., Confirmation services, with confirmands conducting. CONG. BETH~ABRAHAM CM N. W Fifth Ave., Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos, 7:15 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. Daily service morning and evening. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 BuclldUkve Miami Beach ABRAHAM 1>. WOLF, Cantor Friday, 7:30 p. m., Kabalos Shabos. Rev. Abraham D. Wolf, cantor, and the Center choir will conduct the musical services. Saturday morning: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, guest speaker: "If." Saturday Shalosh Seudes 7 p. m. Refreshments and community singing. Daily services mornings and evenings. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 59* a. W. 17 Are.. Miami JOSEPH B. RACKOVSKT, Rabbi LJBW18 ORBEM. Sextos Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and <>30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, conducting and addressing the congregation Saturday morning on "The Synagogue and Democracy." Shalosh S'oodoss, 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Rackovsky: "The Home and the Poor." Mishnah and Jewish Laws and Customs group meets daily at 7:15 and 7:50 p. m. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Bales sad Leases B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Rail Eetate Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph.6-5861 SUNRAYIARKI HEALTH RESORT AMERICAN PLAN MOTEL if* i—* % %  i pi dn i e—s i APPROVED SANITARIUM KnUill nw Shfcj TntoW Mww, TREATMENT FACILITIES fee EuMtM .4 *OMr LONDON LUOOAOB OF MIAMI BEACH, Intend to reglHter wild name with the clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dade County. Florida. I'. I•:( IIUJ E II EN N ETT JOSEPH P. ClfEUO MAX It. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 5/28 6/4-11-18-2". NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in Imsiness under the fictitious name of LONDON LUOOAOE OF MIAMI. Intend to register said name with the Clark of the Circuit Court In and for Dade County, Florida. GEORGE BENNETT „ SAM VENETSKY MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Applicants 5/18 8/4-11-18-86 OBITUARIES Funeral services for Mrs. Emma W. Leveson, 67, of 223 23rd St., who died Monday, were held at 10 a. m. Wednesday with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Pallbearers were Morris Bloomberg, George Wintz, Max Greenberg, Irvin Klausman, Jack Zwiker and Benny Krentzer. Mrs. Leveson came to Miami Beach from New Orleans nearly five years ago. She was mother of Harry, Lewis and Milton Leveson of Miami Beach and of Mrs. Theresa Whitlow, of New Orleans She is also survived by her husband, Samuel. JOHN M.LEVI Glowing praise for John M. Levi, city councilman and candidate for re-election was given by Charles L. Clements, president, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce and president, Chase Federal Savings and Loan A'ssn. Monday night in a radio talk. "For 25 years he has fought for the interests of all our people against small groups who have appeared before council to promote their own interests. He has always bore in mind the interests of the thousands of taxpayers who cannot attend each council meeting. He has become known as the champion of the citizens and taxpayers who are not at the meetings. It is reassuring to know that even though we are not there, we have a man who is there, ready, able and willing to represent all of us, who for 25 years has never let us down. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. LEGAL NOTICES FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17467—Acta of 1S File A 5746 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that John and Elisabeth C. J. Schouten. holder ef State and Countr Tax Certificate No. U9. Issued the 3rd day of June. A. D. 1940. has filed nun* In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property la the County ef Dad*. State of Florida, to-wlt: Lota 1 a 3. Red Road Highlands, a Sub.. Plat Book 31. Page 38. In the County of Ikade. State of Florida. The ajesessment of said property under the nald certificate was In the name of: Unknown. Unless said certificate ehall be redeemed according to law. the property described therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of June, 1943. which Is the 7th day ef June. 1943. Dated this 4th dny of May. 1941. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. By N. C. HTBRRETT, D. •. Circuit Court Seal e/7-14-21-38 >wvv^*wew<^^evwWNe^ .....-,-,. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By MARRY SCHWARTZ fS*SAAAA*<>AAA IMIWWMMMM^ Y. M. H. A. Elections Wednesday. June 2 The annual election of the Young Men's Hebrew Association for officers and directors will take place next Wednesday evening, June 2, at the "Y." A large crowd is expected. The nominees for the respective offices are: President, Leo Ackerman; vice president, George Chertkof, Herman Waitsman; secretary, Leon Lieberman; treasurer, George Goldberg. Board of directors for three year term: Phil Berkowitz, Jack Apte, Frank Rose, George Rachlin, Murray Apte, Jules Wilson. Board of directors for one year term: W. D. Singer, Max Silver, Isaac Levin, Jack August, David Brown, D. C. Willner, George Rachlin, Murray Apte, Jules Wilson, Bernard Sterling, Herman Waitsman, S. B. Miller. Movies will be shown and a prominent military speaker is expected to address the audience. All persons are urged to come. Horn* Camp Announcements of the opening of the Home Camp have been sent to over five hundred persons in this area. Again, immediate registration is urged. Mr. Grossman announces that with the cooperation of the Dade County Board of Health, a county nurse will make regular visits to the Home Camp to check on the children's health. A staff has already been selected and elaborate preparations are being made for the opening day. "Y" Bowling League is Tops This is not an idle boast and when you consider the fact that despite rationing and travel restrictions, a full attendance is present every Monday night at the Palace Bowling Alleys, then you know that the "Y" bowlers carry an enthusiasm in this fine project. Over sixty people take paTt in this fine sport every Monday night and not more than two were ever absent from any one session. This speaks well not only for the sport or for the members, but for the ,"Y" itself. j Thanks is due to every bowler who has made this project a success. We are grateful to the following: M. Milstein, G. Rachlin, H. Berkowitz. H. Waitsman. T. Bramson, T Schemer. M. Mirelson, F. Rose. M. Friedman, S. Badanes, S. Weber, G. Cohen, G. Chertkof, L. Grossberg, R. Bodin, B. Yaphe, M. Apte, J. Levin, H. Oren, S. Kaplan, Al Berkowitz, S. Weinkle, S. Wieder. J. Geyer, J. Wilson, N. Blumberg, Abe Berkowitz, A. Weiner. A. Reisman, M. Schemer, J. Oren, E. Van Damm, H. Schwartz, J. Bermann, H. Rabin, P. Silverman, M. Levin, E. Weiss, B. Lubel, B. Clein, M. Atkins, R. Lubel, H. Moss, R. Clein, G. Greenberg, R. Gitlin, S. Leibow, H. Gordon, B. Segal, J. Seigal, and S. Karns. Special Announcement Mr. Grossman announces thyit all children's classes in dancing, crafts and dramatics will be discontinued as such on the first of June. All these classes will become and form part of the Home Camp program. These regular classes will be resumed in September. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. nLCOHOLISM NERVOUS AMD MBfTAL DISORDERS %  sJBwTtfl— Try Treats*! MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION InsMtato of Meuxoloerr M. MXAMX ATX. at 7tth St. ONI DAY VITAMIN efiMKlUm T Pgy Pj -** Taav •f A UMl D SO—I lea *Ja—St %  &e aeae> OHB-A-BAT (Wewi In Keeping With the Tradition Of American Fairness Let's Be fair with City Employees! Ben Bronston advocates and will work for a : proper retirement and pension fund for Miami Beach workers. ELECT BEN BRONSTON To the City Council June 1st And insure fairness and sound business practices in City Government Let's Plan Post War Prosperity NOW! (Paid Political Advertisement) MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GORDON FUNERAL HOME YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AVENUE PHONE 3-3431 WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION



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PAGE TWO 9-JewisliJtorMi !" ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES ^l^gXARETzSir BETH SHOLOM CENTER Congregation Schaarei Zedek and its Ladies Auxiliary are tendering a reception in honor ol the r spiritual leader and his wtfe Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April. The affair wiUtoke place at the synagogue. 1545 &. W. Jra St.. Sunday evening May 30th at 8 o'clock. Mr and Mrs. Max Kupferstein are chairmen of tit affair representing their respective organizations. They wil be assisted by a large committee. Members and friends are invited. A program will be presented with entertainment led by Canfor Maurice Mamchcs of Miami Beach. President and Mrs. Abraham Frankel were hosts to Beth Sholom members and their friends at a lawn party at their home. 1910 Bay Drive. Normandy Isle. Tuesday afternoon. The proceeds of the afternoon were turned over to the Sisterhood. Harry Kohn. chairman of the education committee of the Center left for the north with his family on Wednesday. While in New York he will interview applicants for the position of cantor and teacher at Beth Sholom Center. RUSSIAN WAR RELIEF^ Russian War Relief is sponsoring a special book review Wednesday. June 2nd. at 3 p. m. at the Y. M. C. A.. 40 N. E: 3rd Ave. Mr Willkie's significant book. •One World." reviewed by Mrs. I M Weinstein. will be presented as a token of appreciation to those who gave their wholehearted cooperation in the recent successful "Share Your Clothes With Russia" campaign. BEACH COM. CENTER The Miami Beach Jewish Center announces the opening of summer school which will combine the Hebrew and Religious Schools, under the supervision of of David Freedman. Courses of study include Hebrew. Yiddish. Sidur. Chumosh. with Rashi, History and Prophets, games. A minion for juniors will be held every Sunday at 9:30 I a m. Daily sessions Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday and Thurs! dav. Registration will start on Wednesday. June 2. BETH DAVID Closing exercises for Beth David Sunday School will take place Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Prizes will be awarded to honor students of all 11 classes comprising an enrollment of 225 pupils. Harry Markowitz. president Of the Congregation, and Mrs. Harry Oliphant. president of the Sisterhood, will make the presentations. CARDIAC HOME Friends and members ol Dade Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home and the Board of Cardiac, are invited to an afternoon of entertainment to be held at the Home grounds. 4250 West Flagler street, Miami, on Sunday. May 30th at 3:30 p. m. Night club entertainers will appear. BEACH ZIONIST An overflow audience in the tell of his experiences as a sw STIWIJSC^K SB presented Golden Boo*V. [\. v fcrs KM :R3 B the record of the beginnings of It 'Mian" Beach DISW : WJ presented to Shepard Broaden behalf of the local Zionist DiSt "p'hilip Salmon gleaned the news items of current happenmgs affecting Jewish Palestuitan thought and made pertinent observations regarding them Drs. M. A. Lipkind, Z. R M bashin. and Louis Wiland participated in the program. S. &. Kirschbaum reported the membership rolls now exceed 300. A resolution to plant a grove of 1000 trees in memory of Marvin Bronner. member ol tne Beach District was adopted. As a start subscriptions for approximately 400 trees were received at the meeting. Ways and means Of further effecticatmg the terms of the resolution are being developed by the J. N. F. committee. Cantor Abr. Wolf of the Miami Jewish Community Center led the audience in patriotic songs and sang the memorial prayer for the departed. Refreshments w ere s e i v e d through the courtesy of Mrs Jacob Lurie. R. R. Adler, Harry Dudinstem. Mrs Esther Levy, Mrs. Samuel S. Kirshbaum. Mrs. Philip Salmon. NATIONAL COUNCIL "Mrs Benjamin Levine of the 0 verWIOD on the topic ••Responsibilities of American Citizen ship' ^ ___ Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzcr are leaving this week by plane for a six week vacation in California. Key will visit their ^n -Jack who is stationed there with the U. S. Army. NEW JERSEY PHYSICIAN IS NOW LOCATED IN MIAMI Dr David R. Godlin. practicing physician for thirteen years in North Bergen. New Jersey, w now located >n offices in the Huntington Building. Dr. Godlin was formerly a member of the staff of Christ and Margaret Hague Maternity Hospitals in New Jersey. He is specializing in allergy and associated diseases for which he took special coures at Columbia University. Dr. Godlin is past president of Temple Beth El in Jersey and served as chairman of the U. P. A drive in addition to being head of the refugee services there. He resides with his wife and family in their home on Belle Isle. HANITA CLUB PIONEER WOMEN A benefit bingo and card party sponsored by the Pioneer Women's Organization Club No. 1 has been announced for Sunday. June 27. Proceeds will be turned to the Child Rescue Fund. I. Rosengarten is chairlady, A regular meeting ol the neer Women's Organization, Club No. I will be held at B< th Da\ id Tain i. l Toi ah, Thursday at 1:00 Mrs lb nry Si itlin an%  ihi lonoi dinner han. will • e award* d. The Hanita Club of the Pioneer Women's Organization held a meeting and tea May 20th. Mrs. Lena Wnlk. retiring president, in whose honor the affair was tendered, was presented with a gift. The new president, Mrs. Harry Faber. addressed the gathering Ion the work of the organization and their present project. "Child Rescue Fund." PEARL REISMAN RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT OF Y. W. H. A. ovi r Mrs. PioWOMEN'S A. J. C. The Greater Miami Chapter Women's Division American Jewish Congn ss, will hold their last mi i ting of the present fiscal year Monday, May 31st, 1:30 p. m. at Carl's, 1711 Alton Road. Miami Beach, Mrs Louis Glasser, nominating chairman, will present the slate for the coming year and election of officers will take place. ORTHODOX CONG. 12 THRILLING *Y RACES NIGHTLY 1 eSr* -"' j flit life I MliSSiM 25c I I IQEI II \Wk Ml RACING If li TRACK ^l ftitffli.i"nn iftflj'ii %  Mil Mrs. I. Orlansky, seen tary of the S terl id ol the Miami Jewish (Orthodox C <*• % %  was honored with a gilt in recognition of her good work and a Sisterhood presentation madt by Mrs. (; Mandell, president of the Sisterhood, and Sid Palmer, representative of the Congregation Mendel Scheinberg left Wed' nesday for Atlanta where he will visit his son and daughter-inlaw, recent ncwlywcds. R. W, "Bob" RALSTON HAS SERVED YOU AS YOUR COUNCILMAN FOR OVER 10 YEARS In the interest of continued good government for Miami Beach we urge you to support and vote to "Re-elect" Bob Ralston to City Council at the Election June 1st (Paid Political Advertisement by Friends of Bob Ralston) TOWER THEATRE *. W. ITH ST. AT 15th AVI. OPEN AT 1:4S F. M. Friday and Matinee Only Saturday. May 28-29 "Rhythm Of The Islands" WITH ALLAN JONES 1ANE FRAZEE ANDY DEVINE E XTR A I DISNEY CARTOON • • • Starts Sat at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Tues., May 30-June 1 MARIA MONTEZ IN It At the annual nomination and election meeting of the Young Women's Hebrew Association held on Wednesday evening. May 26. Pearl Reisman was unanimously elected president for another term. Other officers elected with Mrs. Reisman are as follows: 1st vice president. Ida Engler; 2nd vice president. Ida Optner: 3rd vice president. Martha Miller; recording secretary. Kitty Miller: treasurer. Tena Kotkin; corresponding secretary, Shirley Zwicker. Board of directors: Mrs. M. Belov, Mrs. A. Jacobs. Mrs. E. Grossman, Mrs. B. Ackerman. Mrs. J. Levinson, Mrs. F. Reiser. Mrs. G. Jacobskind, Mrs. L. Sterling. Mrs. D. Barnett. Mrs. B. Stepkin, Mrs. I. Blumbcrg. Mrs. M. Sager. Mrs. B. Siegel. Mrs. A. Berger. Mrs. A. Chester. Mrs. Traurig, Mrs M Levine. Mrs. E. Schaffer, Mrs. Edelman, Mrs. T. Deutsch. FRIDAY, MAY 28. 1943 JEWISH FRATERNITY U. OF F. GIVEN SCHOLARSHIP CUP Pi Lambda Pi. the leading Jewi ish fraternity at the University of Florida, was recently honored by the acquisition of the Scholarship Cup for the year 1942-43 given annually to the fraternity with the highest scholastic average. This, however, is not a new honor to the Pilams, inasmuch as there has only been one year since 1934 when they did not top all other fraternities on the campus. The members of Pilam averaged 2.741 out of a possible 4.00. The average for the entire student body was 2.074 while the average of all fraternity men was 2.046. In addition to the above. Pi Lamba Phi was awarded the Nash Higgins Sportsmanship Trophy for outstanding sportsmanship during the past intramural season. The trophy is annually awarded to the fraternity that has shown the most sportsmanship in its intramural activity during the year The Pilams, who have the distinction of never having entered a protest to the intramural department, have all year shown their cooperation with intramural officials. The Nash Higgins Sportsmanship Trophy is awarded for one year and the Pilams will retain it until its next presentation in regular intramural competition. Active brothers from Miami and Miami Beach are Stanley Brown, Marwin Cassel. Frank Davis, Steve Davis, Donald Eanett. Fred Friedman, Irving Getzug. Melvin Sabshin. Norton Pallot, Bertram Wohl. Pledges from this area are Martin Rosen. LeRoy Rubernsein, Robert Traurig. Elliott Sehgerman, and Leonard Merlin. Have you bought your Defense Bonds yet? Miami Beach citizens will go to the polls Tuesday, June 1. and vote—the American way. Buy War Bonds and StampsHelp the soldiers help you. For a Cool, Delightful Vacation, Stop ot The Horowitz Kosherlnn All Rooms with Connecting Bath and Running Water RATES REASONABLE 331 First Ave. W. HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. %  mV.-.v. *,-: A a i WHITE SnUHGE" WITH ION HALL — SABU SIDNEY TOLER E X T R A I "SHOW BUSINESS AT WAR" IN THE LATEST ISSUE OF MARCH OF TIME THE GA ROE N OF MEMORIES mounT IUBO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL MTATM Wast Flagler Street at SSrd Avenue ONLV TEN MINUTE* FROM THI HBABT OF MIAMI IN JUDGING A CEMETERY ASK THESE QUESTIONS' How Convenient la It? Mount Nebo la only 10 minutes from T*"> home by car. Easily accaaaibla by b m the camatwry In practically tba same time. How CIOM to Ik* Front Can You Got a Flost Choice plots ore available la Mount Hob* right la the extreme front of the are—an aot a half mile from the eatraaoa. Does th* Comotorr Have Waflart Or do people have to climb over grave* to reach thaix plot.? Every prlrate plot Mount lTaba fronts on a three foot path. Mount Mcbo U beautifully laudacapadi th* gram >• kept fresh with automatic toes •prtaklars. You could mak* no flam choice foe your family. m. '; %  :' %  Vy: B',*2 Faraatual Car* THM ln.ur.no* Lata may fea awahaaaa a Mnvanlarrt tarM aWnaea Oific* 1014 Orympia Blda. Milt A mrr WILL coKvmcz YOU £*&&& &•-. ~.,~~ija0 • •\t*-r<--t •'-"



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fuewlsti meridian W VOLUME 16—No. 22 COMBU^ Ylhte Jewis/h annuity MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1943 PRICE TEN CENTS ARMY-NAVY BODY HOLDS MEET; SAM BLANK PRESIDES Sam Blank, chairman of the Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee, presided at the meeting of the executive last Friday. Division heads gave reports on the activities of their committees, all demonstrating much effort in tarrying on the work of serving the men in the armed forces in this vicinity. The committee in charge of Passover arrangements for the KTVice men in this area rendered a report through their chairman, Milton Sirkin, which revealed surpising statistics in the work accomplished on that project. Approximately $5500 was spent iid thousands of service men NEW WAR BOND QUARTERS OPENED AT MIAMI BEACH anc were administered to. Exact figures were forbidden to be released because of military restrictions. The National Jewish Welfare Board, under whose direction the local committee operates, through Nathan Rothberg, J. W. B. director, sent more than $4200 into this area toward this expense. Additional donations by patriotic minded citizens made up part of the money with a deficit of approximately $500.00 assumed by the unanimous vote ot the Miami Beach Service League through its president. Mrs. Herbert Wallach. New War Bond headquarters have been opened at 824 WashM gt ?? Av ?" Miami Boach M ax M Oser, Miami Beach Division Chairman, announced. V i c echairman. in charge which are seeking volunteer office workers t 0 „ man t he Nation, are R. R. Adler Jake Felt, Daniel Broad, and Paul Bruun. In addition to sponsoring a payroll plan for small businesses, the group is assisting in the purchase of a battle wagon tank under the direct auspices of the Miami Beach Apartment Association. The store was furnished through the courtesy of Bernard Feiner. FEDERATION DEAD JEWS KIEL Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation since the latter part of 1941, was given a leave of absence by the executive committee of the organization which he directs, to become a member of the armed forces, it was formally announced Wednesday. Mr. Klass departs for Camp Blanding Saturday morning following a seven day period of absence in which time he made arrangements necessitated by his MONTE SELIG TAKES OVER DUTIES AS FED. CHAIRMAN GHETTO BATTLE SAY GERMAN RED CROSS BLOCKING AID TO JEWS London (WNS)—Polish Jews fighting for their lives in the Warsaw ghetto succeeded in killing more than 1,000 Nazi troops before the heavily-armed Germans were able to "liquidate" the blazing ghetto during the recent fierce battle there, it was reported here this week by Prof. Stanislaw Kot, a member of the Polish cabinet. Prof. Kot, basing his report on information received through reliable underground channels, said that the Warsaw Jews destroyed several Nazi arsenals in the engagement which started on the lirst day of Passover when Nazi squads invaded the ghetto with orders to exterminate the remaining Jews of Warsaw 1 According to the secret Polish radio station. SWIT, the battle is still raging in the Warsaw ghetto with the Jews stubbornly resisting S. S. troops supported by artillery and armored cars. The Polish radio reported last week that the Nazis "dropped incendiary bombs over the ghetto and cut off the water supply in order to obstruct the work of extinguishing the fires." At the same time SWIT repented that the Nazis have intenparticular work," the Red sified their mass executions of ol Great Britain stated that Jews in ""' Polish ghettos of Cha"whatever can be done to main-1 cow iin' 1. as originally scheduled. And it seems that Judge ProsKauer, Henry Monsky, Rabbi ^JfPhen Wise and other leaders interested in the success of the conference were impressed by PWted tS%JL?tL£LlE£ be paid"in"the"usuaf manner. It 52 wi "not 0 p e en on July T at • changed, he advised. In. an'" all it .,,-,,, i .?u~. M. H.V.itc, swer to the numerous inquiries place, it will definitely represent | gress> WAR SAVINGS CHAIRMAN TO ADDRESS LOCAL GROUP Polish radio said. "The Nazi j Meyers, secretary, and A. E. Fulauthorities have announced that "£., r the ghettos are being mercilessly L T he unanimous vote approving i,„'the selections of the nominating j committee headed by Frank J. j Kelly also named as members at large Mrs. Thurman Whiteside, Lest there be some confusion in the mind of the public in this community relative to the celebration of "I Am An American" locally announcement is made that the "American Day" ceremonies will be held in Bayfront Park, Monday, May 31st., commencing promptly at 6:30 P. M. to comply with dim-out regulations. By Presidential proclamation, the observance of this day was designated for May 16, and, in the majority of the communities in the United States "I Am An American Day" was celebrated last Sunday: therefore, due to many radio announcements on nation wide hook-ups, asking the general public to observe this day on the 16th, local citizenry may not be aware ol the laterdate observance in the Greater Miami area. Dr. Russell Williams, is general chairman; Colonel Charles <;. Mettler. U. S. Army Intelligence is guest speaker of the evening; Francis J. H. Dever. Chairman. and Mrs. Benjamin LeVine. CoChairman, of Civic Organizations Committee, are sending special invitations to all civic, Maternal, patrotic.and social organizations in the Greater Miami area. New York—As the deadline for the election of delegates to the American Jewish Conference approaches, a rapidly increasing number of Jewish organizations throughout the country are indicating their desire to participate in the conference which is scheduled to convene in July. This was announced at a meeting of the executive committee held last week in New York. This meeting was chiefly occupied with organizational problems and discussions with representatives of various national Jewish bodies who are interested in taking part in the conference. The executive committee expressed its gratification at the announcement of the Jewish Labor Committee that it did not wish to remain aloof from the American Jewish Conference. A committee was appointed to continue discussions with the aim of obtaining full accord and clarification of the requests of the Jewish Labor Committee. The executive committee made it clear, however, that it could not consider any proposal which would involve any change in the basic principles upon which the conference is being convened. It was announced at the meeting that 108 seats of the total number of 125 assigned to national organizations, had already been tentatively designated to bodies with a national membership. It was also reported that 140 election commissions have been established throughout the country. The local election will be held Sunday. June 13 at a meeting at Beth David Talmud Torah beginning at 4 o'clock. Committees appointed are credentials and organization committee, with Rabbi Max Shapiro as chairman, Maurice Grossman. Fred Shochet. Mrs. Anna Meyers, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin as members. Another committee is canvassers and election, with Isaac Levin, chairman, Louis Heiman, Carl Weinkle, Charles Tobin. and Henry Seitlin as members. JEWISH PARATROOP LEADER MIAMI BEACH CITIZENS TO POSTHUMOUSLY HONORED ACT ON CENTER FACILITIES Kuibyshev (WNS)—Major CatA """eUng of Miami Beach citsar Kunnikov. tormer editor of a lz ,. t,ns m, r <'* u 'd in the creation Moscow dailv newspaper who P 1 a center n M'ami Beach to left his post at the start of the: K u f 1 ^ cr ^ tlo al and 1 t ; harac war to become a commander of' l e u,ldm S facilities is called for Soviet paratroopers, has been I ?^!} day morning. May 30th at JUNE 15TH INSTALLMENT ON INCOME TAXES TO BE PAID John L. Fahs, collector of internal revenue. Jacksonville, has advised that the June 15th installment of 1942 income tax must Mrs. Rinehart Field. and Miss Anne RABBI SAMUEL BENSION IS NOW IN PALESTINE ucimitely represen |'nruan Jewry despite the fact mat t£ e Agudas Israel withdrew As to the site conference, we are told from lt this wet ; k of the hnu th u L xocu tve has decided to 'a the gathering "in or near "?w York." This would help to >' v e transportation difficulties, •"H'e most of the delegates will dve to come from the eastern Carl Lehman, state chairman of the War Savings Committee, will address the Dade County group, Friday, at 2 P. M. in the Sunshine Room of the Florida Power 8t Light Co. Anyone in' UM 's. perhaps a half of them from terested in War Bond activities is tw Y ork. t w elcome. Rabbi Samuel B e n s i o n, formerly of Miami Beach, and now foreign correspondent for The Jewish Floridian in the Far East, has recently arrived in Palestine, according to cabled information received this week. An eight-week voyage, together with accounts of the situation in Palestine, will be related to the readers of The Jewish Floridian in a series of articles to commence shortly. Through this spot coverage, upto-the-minute news of the situation in Palestine will be presented. awarded, posthumously, the title Hero of the Soviet Union, for his daring attack behind the Nazi lines on the Kuban front, it was announced here this week. The Jewish officer was in charge of 200 Red Army parachutists who wendropped behind the Nazi lines in an attempt to delay the Nazi retreat until Soviet troops could overtake the fleeing Nazis. Major Kunnikov's detachment was credited with killing 2.000 Nazis, destroying many machine gun nests and taking several fortified positions. 10:30. The meeting will take place at Caiis. 1710 Alton Road and will be presided over by Harry Zukernick, chairman. Reports of the progress of committees will be presented and futher action decided. NEW EXECUTIVE SECRETARY FOR BEACH ASSOCIATION W. M. Glenn, past president of the Florida Press A'ssn. and for 30 years a Florida editor and publisher has been elected ExMajor Kunnikov died of injuries ecutive Secretary of the Miami received during the battle. [Beach Apartment Assn. The organization now has 500 members. ANNUAL ELECTION OF JEWISH WELFARE BUREAU Monday, June 7th, has been set as the day for the annual meeting and election of the board of directors for the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Beth David has been selected as the place and the BOARD A >ort L Kahn, realtor and apartment owner, is president. There are nearly 1,000 apartment houses in Miami Beach which the organization represents. Headquarters are at 420 Lincoln Road. MIAMI BEACH CITIZENS Go to the polls Tuesday, June meeting is scheduled to start at' 1st, and exercise your democratic 8 p.m. | right—VOTE!