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The Jewish Floridian ( April 14, 1944 )

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mill II ii In mil Mill %  % %  III inn •mm •i % % % %  ill w ihJewiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun W I s VOL. 17—No. 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS CLERGY INSTITUTE HERE; APRIL 17 1 il AH indications point to a successful meeting with reservations increasing daily lor the Clergy Institute to be held Monday, Aonl 1". starting at 10 a. m. at the Miami Women's Club. 1737 North Bayshore Drive. Miami. More than "5 ministers of the Greater Miami area have signified their Intention to be present at the institute sponsored by the Hillcl Foundation of the University of Miami. Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national director of the Hilli'l Foundation, will conduct the institute, the purpose of which will be to enlighten those present and discuss the "Foundations of Judaism" and "Some Popular Fallacies About the Jews." The morning session will be followed by a luncheon lor all those attending with the compliments of tin.' local Hillel Foundation. The institute will present data to the ministers that will provide the material through which they will be prepared to answer questions concerning Judaism. It is planned in the near future to follow with institutes wherein tie Catholic and Protestant points of view will be presented. BELGIAN GOVERNMENT INDICTS NAZI LEADERS London (JTA) — The Belgian government has doomed two Gestapo leaders responsible for the murder and mistreatment of 30,000 Jews in the Marines concentration camp, it was announced here. The two arc a Dr. Kroll, who is reported to have been responsible for the organization of the Lodz ghetto in Poland, and a Major Schmidt. Kroll is charged with robbing Jewish internees who passed through Malines en route to Poland—and of attacking Jewish girl deportees. Schmidt, according to the Belgian statement, used Jews as targets for pistol practice and inflicted numerous indignities on his prisoners. ENTERTAINMENT TENDERED FUND JEWS OF CZERNOWITZ SAVED FROM GERMANS London (JTA)--The British government has made representations to the Polish government-in-exile concerning the complaints of Jewish soldiers in the Polish army that they were mistreated by urn-Semitic officers and soldiers. was disclosed in the House of Commons this week by Foreign Minister Anthony Eden Wen revealed that a number of Jewish deserters" from the Pol!" army have recently been wnsfcrrwi to the British forces *use they maintained that %  !„?.'" n ,on er "ble to tal^atethecondiuuns in the Polish "myQueried by Tom Driberg, ndep, nd( nl M {i| whl ther jt w £ *LJ any Folish Jewish 2"ers and sailors were await, "t martial on charges of £afi\ and whether their SA l the Bri ish force* that .,„," Brran ed. Eden replied BftSS? Bn arra "Kement with ishd? s vernment some Jew"whtch L r! i l,ad ,,( l n transferred cepS.r, U '" ,|i n ***•& ex prin ",,' d ? ; tUW from normal WS, '" ^^en from one ,cd "-my to another" ^"Semitism^irnPolish *Y Subject of Debate plWiDiK" 1 ,n "" %  ,>,jllsh Army bate .n'i'.' 1 n """'f over 12.000 organized in 238 local chapters. Coordination of these local units into a national body was approved by the 1943 annaul meeting of the Women's Supreme Council and by the 1944 meeting ol the National Executive Committee of B'nai B'rith. Establishment of a national B'nai B'rith Girls organization will be followed later by the creation of a B'nai B'rith Youth Commission to govern the affairs of the B'nai B'rith Girls and the Aleph Zadik Aleph First organized in California in 1927, the B'nai B'rith Girls now have chapters in more than 125 cities of the United States and Canada, and recently created new units in Leeds and Birmingham, England. In the absence of a national organization, the programs and activities ol the B'nai B'rith Girls have been coordinated by the Women's Supreme Council of B'nai B'rith, whose national chairman of B nai B'rith Girls Activities is Mrs. Louis L. Perlman of Chicago. A buffet supper and entertainment will be tendcied to workers of the 1944 United Appeal Fund Raising Campaign, their husbands and wives by the officers and executive committee of trie Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Sunday evening, April 16. The affair, admission by invitation only, will be held at the Wofford Hotel, 2400 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, with the buffet dinner taking place from 6:30 to 8:30 o'clock to be followed by a meeting at 9 o'clock. This function will serve as a wind-up of the campaign which formally opened on March 19 with the goal Of S190.095. Monte Selig, ciiairman of the board, will preside at the meeting, at which time division heads and their captains will makefinal reports on their progress in canvassing the remaining prospective contributors and seeking funds to raise the sum necessary to reach the quota set. Merit citations will be awarded to the outstanding workers and division heads in the diive during the evening. Following the meeting an array of night club entertainment will be presented after which there will be dancing to the music of Manny Gates' orchestra. Jake Sher. camoaign chairman, has asked that all workers make an intensive effort to cover the remaining cards in their possession so that they can have a complete report for Sunday night's affair. Mrs. Benjamin Bronston and Mrs. Joseph Stein are co-chairmen of the arrangements committee. All co-chairmen and captains will serve as hostesses and artassisting with the arrangements. Jerusalem (JTA)—Of the 50.000 Jews who lived in Czernowitz before the war, about 15,000 may have been saved by the Russian army which re-captured that Rol manian city last week, it was reported by Jewish refugees from Romania who arrived in Haifa this week, shaving left Czernowitz on March 21, nine days liefore the Germans retreated The refugees, most of whom were confined in a labor camp near Czernowitz, also expressed the belief that many of the 75,000 Jews deported to Transnistra are still alive, since the Germans retreated so hastily that it is unlikely that they were able to carry out any large scale massacres. E D. S. JEWS (IDT AFFECTED BT Army-Navy Committee Thanks Jewish People PALESTINE JEWS CONCERNED OVER ISSUANCE OF QUOTA Jerusalem (JTA)—Jewish leadors here are concerned at the tailure of the Palestine administration to issue the immigration schedule for the three-month period beginning April 1. The usual procedure heretofore has been for the administration to notify the Jewish Agency in ad, vance of Rie number of cert if I' cates that would be made availI able to it. It is a genuine pleasure for me to thank the Jewish Community of Miami for the excellent hospitality they have shown the Jewish Servicemen and women during the Passover Sedorim. Every Jewish man and woman in the Armed Forces in this area, as well as outlying areas was accommodated either in a Jewish home, or at a Public Seder. Unfortunatelj. many families who were contacted for hospitality prior to the holidays wendisappointed because they did not have a servictman at their table for the Seders. This was clue primarily to the fact that many boys were shipped to other areas, something over which we had no control. I want to thank these families ..s well, for their patience and kindness. May God grant that this terrible catastrophe be terminated soon, and that all the men ; md women in the Armed Fores will be back with their loved "ncs once more. Sincerely yours, SAM BLANK. Chairman Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee of the JWB Washington (JTA)—In answer to a query as to the United States' position regarding discrimination against American Jews seeking to enter Palestine, the State Department told the Jewish Teh graphic Agency that it was their understanding that several thousand potential immigrants can still proceed to Palestine under the total allowed by the British White Paper of 1939 and have no reason to believe that the Palestine Administration will discriminate against American citizens. (It is understood that the more than 20,000 Palestine visas which can still be issued under the terms of the While Paper are restricted by the British authorities to refugees. At present the Palestine Government is refusing to issue visas to several hundred Jews in Yemen on the theory that they are not refugees from Nazi-held Europe.) It was pointed out to the State Department that non Jewish Americans will not be affected by the White Paper ban and, therefore, the measure is regarded as constituting discrimination against American citizens because of their religious faith. The department, however, declared they would not take a stand on the post-war situation especially since no shipping was available to take American citizens to Palestine now anyway. If a case of an American" citizen seeking admittance being denied it comes up. they will deal with the problem then, the department said. Two Jew Suspects Killed By Palestine Policemen Jerusalem (JTA)—Two Jews. I suspected of being responsible for the recent outbreaks in Haifa, were killed this week in the Yavniel settlement in an exchange of shots with the police. The police surrounded a house in the settlement when they were informed that two terrorists were hiding there. They were met by gun fire from the house and replied, killing the two men inside. No police casualties were reported. An exchange of shots took place in Jerusaleifi and in Tel Aviv over the Passover week-end between oolice and persons distributing leaflets of the terrorist organization Irgun Zvai Leumi. No casualties were reported and no arrests were made. BE HELD BY BEACH 1 Th3 Y.M. & W.H.A. of Miami Beach is sponsoring its gala bazaar and carnival this week-end starting on Saturday night and continuing all day Sunday and Monday, with elaborate entertainment preset.ted every evening. The spacious grounds at 1 Lincoln Road have been decorated and booths will be placed both on the grounds and in the Y buildings. This is the first bazaar staged by the organization and the committeeheaded by Alfred B. Rosenstein arc making plans to make the affair outstanding and entertaining, in addition to raising funds tor the organization. Under him and in charge of the merchandise committee are Rudy Adler. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky. Mrs. Philip Salmon, Mrs. Ed. J. Weinstein, and Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein. The publicity committee is headed by Philip V. Salmon, assisted by Mrs. Carl Susskind. Mrs. Harry Platoff. Mrs. Morris Goldman. Miss Polly Gershon, Gus Trau, Herman. Basch. Paul Weitzman, Morris Alpert. Hyman Leibson, and Mrs. Samuel Mason. Others serving on the committee are I. Aronovitz. I. Goldstein, Mrs. Moses Krieger, Sol J. Levy, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Mrs Milton Sirkin, Edward S. Fink, and Harry Zukernick. A nominal admission charge has been set which will entitle the holder to admission to the entire bazaar. A wide variety of articles, including many articles unobtainable at the present time, have been gathered for the event Games of all types will be featured during the three-day affair. POLISH SBEDIEBS TRANSFERRED TO London (JTA) — JewLsh soldiers who. because of anti-Semitism in the Polish Army, have been transferred to the British armed forces, will be considered by the Polish military authorities as "deserters" and the Polish State will "in the future" hold them responsible, says an order of the day issued by Gen. Seenkowski. Commandcr-in-Chief of the Polish armed forces. At the same time, it was admitted in Polish circles here that the majority of the 600 Jews wha still remain in the Polish armed forces are serving faithfully despite all provocation!?. Several members of the Polish Army whose anti-Semitic activities have driven more than 170 Polish Jewish soldiers into British units have already been dealt with by court martials, Polish official circles stated without disclosing, however, the verdicts of the court. Thirty Jewish soldiers who left the Polish Army and came to London recently to seek enlistment in the British forces, have been arrested and returned to their units. ftEGISTRATION BOOKS CLOSE APRIL 15 REGISTER NOW! BOOKS OPEN OAILY AND EVENINGS AT THE COURT HOUSE .% I • ; %  i



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A I A PAGE TWO ^JmlshHcridiair) VWVWWWW^^^'^^^^^A^^'^^'VW*^'^' ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES ^^ < y < WW M ^ M* r % i ^^****** NATIONAL COUNCIL^ J. W. V. AUXILIARY The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Freda Markowitz Post No. 174, Jewish War Veterans of the United States, distributed oranges to the Army Air Regional Hospital, Miami Biltmore Unit, Coral Gables, for the current holiday. President Minnie Kline is in receipt of letters of appreciation for the fine work and contributions made by the Ladies' Auxiliary of Freda Markowitz Post towards the comfort and enjoyment of Servicemen and women m local hospitals, as well as camps. Additional workers are needed, and the organization would welcome those interested in this type of service. PIONEER WOMEN The Pioneer Women's Organization will hold its Fifth Annual Dinner at the Wotford Hotel. 24th Street and Collins Avenue. 1 am Apr may be made by calling 2-2730 or 3-7964. The Pioneer Women's OrganiAn outstanding program c maxes the forum lecture series sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women. Miami b-C'The closing lecture of the Postwar Planning series will be neia Tuesday. April 18 at 1:45 p.m. at the YW-YMHA, 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Discussion of the topic Youth in the Post-War World'' will be shared by Dr. Abiam L. Sachar. National Director of B nai B run Hillel Foundation, and author and treet ana Lowns nvtum., ". ""'"' 1 "„,L ",. 7,.ith Mr/ Wilni Beach. Sunday evening, lecturer, togethei with Mr wii pril 23. at 6:30 p.m. A fish dinHam Kesselman, director of th€ r will be served. Reservations Hillel Foundation at the Univeisity of Miami. Talented student members ot the local Hillel Foundation will I The United States Marine^ FRIDAY, APRIL U i 944 XORPSMAltf NAVY MWWAL COWMWrSCTviV W1TH THf. MAMNiS IN cWJ/ HAVF riiwn mcir.,..../ !" 1 HWt EAftNED mPBWSMABLT RecotnmoN FOR HH MM COUftAOC ANO SWUim* ure-SAviNosenviott 1 %  CflrOMKO UKOER' TMC MOT. v HAZARDOUS CONOITIOM f#V AbranrSachar'ar a gathering of I members, Mrs Benjamin LeVine. the group on Monday evening., Mrs. Ada Jose;:n. Mr: April 17 at 8:15 at the Miami | Honoroff, Mrs. Morris Alpert. M. B. IEWISH CENTER The annual donor luncheon of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center will take place on the lawn of the Lear School. 1010 West Ave., Miami Beach, Tuesday afternoon, April 18th. The afternoon has been planned by Mrs. Irving Firtei and Mrs. Joseph Rose. A fashion show will highlight the entertainment, following the luncheon. Reservations may be made by calling either of the chairmen at 5-4890 or 5-2012. In case of rain the affair will be held the next day at the same time and place. Beach Jewish Center. 1415 Suelid Ave. Dr. Sachar will discuss present day Palestine and its problems. Mrs. Harry Faber, president will have charge of the evening, which will include j an invocation by Rabbi Irving Lehrman with musical selections by Cantor Abraham D. Woll. | This meeting is another in the series of activities to stimulate membership of the Pioneer Women's Organization. Assisting Mrs Faber are Mrs. Edward Weinstein. and Dr. Sonia KamenMrs. Jeannette Good. Mrs. Harold Ungerleider, Mis. George Adler. Mrs. Herman Wepman. Mrs. Stuart Gordon and Mrs. Joseph Kolber. The Forum benefits the Council Scholarship Fund. ,'4L SCHAAREI ZEDEK The Ladies' Auxiliary <>f Schaarei Zedek will hold a meeting at the synagogue, 1545 S. W. Third St., Wednesday, April 12 weinstein. ann ur. auma ivaiueu. l{ 2pm etsky. A report of the Tag Day ,' Mrs ; Edward MosSi C o-chairwhich netted mc.re than $1,000. will be given at the meeting. B. B. WOMEN TIED THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th Are. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. FrL. April 14—Last Day The Kansan WITH RICHARD DIX, JANE WYATT ALBERT DEKKER VICTOR JORY • • • Starts Sat., at 4:30 P. M. and Sun., Thru Tue., April 15-18 Hi our Jill: an da J eep // WITH MARTHA RAYE CAROLE LANDIS KAY FRANCIS JIMMY DORSEY'S BAND AND THESE GUEST STARS BETTY GRABLE. ALICE FA YE. CARMEN MIRANDA EXTRA "SO. AMERICN FRONT" IN THE LATEST AUTHENTIC ISSUE OF MARCH OF TIME ird man, announces completion of plans for their Spring Time Country Fair to be given under the auspices of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Schaarei Zedek for tinbenefit Mrs. Benjamin Landau, pubof the Talmud Torah Fund. The licity chairman of the women's Fair will be held on April 25th group of Sholem Lodge, reports at Biscayne Temple, 129 N. W. that a luncheon and entertain15th Ave. ment will take piace early in May and will culminate the membership drive now under way. Every member is expected to j T he B'nai B'rith Girls held an bring at least one new member j initiation and installation meetto the luncheon. In order to remR i ast Thursday at the home of ceive the proper publicity in the < Miss Harriet Hart. Seven new National Buplletin. it is urgently j Kir]s 1)wanit members. They inrequested that all members eonc ] udc Misses Terry Fishman, tact Mrs. Ida Optner chairman R 0S elyn Goldstein. Thelma Goldof war service. 2352: S. W. 24th j flcldt Jackic Levy Adele Lifter Terrace, or phone and reDorothy Michaleson and Margie B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS port their service activities including rationing boards, victory gardens, any Red Cross activities, knitting, sewing, surgical dressing, etc., fats, paper and metal salvage, U. S. O. service, blood donor. Red Cross contributions, kits fitted, Gray Ladies. SPINOZA FORUM Ramona Sawyer Barth. wife of Rev. Joseph Barth, will be guest speaker this Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Spinoza Forum, meeting under the canopy on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th St.. between Collins and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Mrs. Barth will review the book. "They Shall Not Sleep." by Leland Stowe. Joseph Tepper will preside. Waldman. Miss Edith Schulman, president, headed the installation program. M. I. ORTHODOX P^TJ^P^RTIES OR W] WTl^T WHEREVER FIGHT-/ 25SS8THICKEST... YOU/ SlT f ff.NSPERSONAL, I <{cW f i n ,N W THEIR f MANVVMAMNC \MJMt TOOA.T... BECAUSE A CORPSMAN MtACHCD HIS SOB/ UNDER FIRE...TO~ ADMINISTER A MARRIAGE The marriage of Mrs. Hclene Lovitz to Mr. Lou Goldsmith of New York will take place Sunday, April 16, at the home of Mrs. Lovitz. 658 N. E. 73rd St. Miami. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish of Temple Israel will perform the ceremony. The couple will leave for New York immediately, where they will reside. Mrs. Lovitz has been a member of the community for many years and has been prominent in communal activities. She has served as an officer of a number of organizations. She was president of Senior Hadassah, resigning the office because of moving to New York. H United States War Bonds are still the best investment. In Memoriam DAVID L. LEVY Beloved Husband and Father Levy Family Departed April 14, 1943 Never to be forgotten BEA AND CHILDREN A meeting of the Sisterhood of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will take place Tuesday afternoon, April 18. at 2 o'clock. A. Z. A. Sunday evening. Miami A.Z.A Chapter No. 322 will present with cooperation of all the other A.Z.A. and B'nai B'rith Girls groups, an affair to honor Milton Friedman There will be a variety show including a sneak prevue of a coming movie. Among the acts lined up for the show are the two Personality Boys, Ben Pivos and Al Schwartz, imitators, Professor Ahmid the Great, magician, and Miss Judy Nelson, soprano. 1944 WAR FUND -8XLTZE1 fas* rIW for %  — 1,*_ •M fcC g row Dragrlrt— nd M Alka-Seltzer Dr. MOas NTrln for. wi WW1 a. dlrwtoL MILES NERVINE Gt roar -Uilr nou a) VHaaala. AimJDudl. Complrx by Uklac ONI. % -OAT (brmml) V m T.U.u. I—sal .1-141 jma dra ston Look for tb. 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FRIDAY APRIL 14. 1944 Jenisliikjrktinn PAGE THREE ^ i^^W^W^WW^ SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS _n_n.r | ---*^^***-'-, ,, i i _ri_n.iu i „A Mrs Joseph Rose of M Reach have as their house Mia,, K Mr ana Mrs. Samuel rt.nTof Baltimore, brotherfffii i **Li Mrs R ose u Jennie Rot fort returned to frfSt,Tuesday after spend.njK to* c 'L.,nd in Savannah. A i5dK of the Fifth DisH B'nu. BTith Women's Aux£. £ assisted in organizing "SnS there. Dr. Abram L. S SSrSade the trip with Mrs. SSt and *oth addressed atn•thei % % %  Dr Sachar conSffitorTiour of several Q*or^ cities b tore re turning. Mr and Mrs Abe Grossman of BUnbeth New Jersey, are spend£"he holidays with their broth"V',1 gigter. Mr. and Mrs. Mau^ GrSsman. 1421 S. W. Fifth Street. Mr and Mrs. A Kirschenbaum. "27 S W. Hth Avenue announce ihe engagement of their daugh! Betty Ann to S/Sgt. Maurice Kornick of the U. S Army Air Forces Sgt Kornick is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kornick of Chicago. Illinois. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. Arthur Fine and children of Cincinnati. Ohio, are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs H H. Miller, 1781 S. W. 23rd St. The Misses Hilda and Elaine Escoll of Elkins Park, Penna. are visiting with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I. Mannheimer, 1054 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach. Miss Hilda Escoll is representing the Blue Mountain Camps of Pennsylvania. Pfc. and Mrs. Walter Mackauf and daughter arc visiting Mrs. Mackauf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz. After a tenday stay, they will return to Gulfport, Miss., where Pfc. Mackauf is stationed. ALLEN MORRIS WRITES OF GREEN'S CHANCES MIAMI BEACH MAN DIES IN CRASH OF AIRPLANE Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller left last Saturday to visit then son Robert who is in the Army Air Corps stationed at Waco, Texas, Blacklands Field. They will return about the 20th. ENGAGEMENT PASSOVER GREETINGS HEALTH FOOD SHOP Cafeteria and Bakery 12 S. E. First St. — 2-0356 (Opposite Burdina's) Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Oidover announce the engagement of their daughter Estelle to 1st Ll. David Shapiro of New York. UNVEILING HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends N. W. 1st Street and Miami River The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Max Wohl of Hollywood, Florida took place Sunday, April 2 at 1 p. m. at the Jewish section of tte Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Rabin Max Shapiro of the Beth David Congregation officiated. Mr. Sidney Palmer, of the Palmer Monument Company was in charge of arrangements Allen Morris in his "Cracker Politics" of Sunday states: "Now the years of planning are behind him -md Lex Green faces the electorate for the decision of his lifetime." In other words, Lex Green gave up the security of his second Congressional district, which he had represented since March 4, 1925. He did this in order to prepare for the organization of a gubernatorial campaign, his friends point out. "Reports from all sections of the state indicate, at this writing, that Lex Green will dispose of his opponents in the coming Democratic primary as he did two years ago in his contest for Congressman-at-Large. He won the first primary by 133.347 votes out of 258,668 cast. A summary of these reprints indicate that Lex Green is now leading in 47 of the state's 67 counties." his supporters further stated. Lex Green will be in Miami. April 19th when he will address the voters of Dadc county in Bayfront Park at 8 p. m. Lex Green and his many fi lends extend a cordial invitation to everyone to attend this gathering. He will also speak Friday evening, April 21st at 8 o'clock in the high school auditorium at Miami. Beach. Green telegraphed his local office this week, stating: "I am glad to advise presidential approval of FWA project 8-291 for construction and equipping addition to recreation facility for service men in Miami with Federal contribution in the amount of $68,600, applicant's contribution City of Miami in the amount of $29,400." Funeral services for Irvin S. Bernstein, 23, a civilian instructor in naval aeronautics, who was killed in an airplane crash at Raymond Field, Macon. Ga., on Monday, was held at 1 p. m. Thursday at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. Bernstein was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bernstein, of 1560 Michigan Ave.; a sister, Mrs. Rosalie Edwards, of Brooklyn, N. Y., and a brother, Norman Bernstein, who is overseas, survive. Interment was in Mt. Nebo cemetery. Beach Jewish Center to Address by Mr. Gannes U. of M. Symphony Heard In Subscription Concert The last subscription concert sponsored by the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra will be heard Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, staged at the Miami Senior High School. Haydn's Oratorio "Creation" will be played, and Wellington Ezekiel, bass-baritone; Arturo do Filippi, tenor; Betty Dorsey Smith, soprano, and Mary Davitts, soprano, will be featured. A BEST investment—A United States War Bond. Buy often. Abraham P. Gannes, executive director of the Board of Jewish Education, will address the adult classes of Miami Beach Jewish Center, on Wednesday evening, April 19. PASSOVER GREETINGS E. T. HARPER BAIL BONDS Civic Building OFFICES IN MODERN BUILDING Plenty llcht, mil ventllatedi aetfservice elevator! Wash. Av< un.i 15th St.. near Lincoln Bond. Reasonable rental on lOMCi M. GILLER, Aat. 1448 Waih. Ave., Phone 5-5875 BRITH TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY J. C. (JACK) KIMBALL i The brith milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Sootin 351 West 46th St.. Miami Beach, took place Sunday at St. Fro, cis Hospital. Rabbi S. M. Macntei officiated. OBITUARIES [FOOD FOR THE EPICURE Fsrmtrly At Thi Conl Gablts Country Club DINING ROOM NOW OPEN ANTILLA HOTEL "Coral Gables Finest" DINNER HOURS ,„ (Closed Every Friday.) Weekdays Sundays 5-30 to 9 P. M. 4:00 to 9 P. M. Inquiries Welcomed for Bridge Luncheons and Special Parties RICHARD EDELSTEIN. 14-vtar-old Miami Beach student. dud m a local hospital Monday night. He came here from Brooklyn, N. Y.. tight years ago with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. George I. Edelstcin, 6959 Collins Avenue. The Riverside Memorial chapel sent the body to New York for funeral services and interment. Milton E. Kleiman. 35, of 1411 Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach, died in a hospital last Friday. His death followed by 10 days that of his brother, Herbert. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Lenore Kleiman, Miami Beach; his mother. Mrs. Jane Kleiman. Cleveland; two brothers and three sisters. Services were at 3 p. m. Friday in Riverside Memorial Chapel, with burial in Woodlawn Park. Harry Smart to Observe His 74th Birthday Monday Harry Smart will be tendered a reception al the Miami Y. Monday evening by a group of friends on the occasion of his 74th birthday. Mr. Smart has been caretaker of the Y for the past 10 years. Your Support Appreciated I. C. (JACK) KIMBALL FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 5th DISTRICT Subject to Democratic Primaries Endorsed by Many Prominent Citizens PLEASE PULL LEVER 19-B (Paid Pol, A4v i (le-eiect CLAUDE PEPPER 4fG44A, U.S. SENATOR Experience and Aggressiveness Count Democratic Primary May 2. 1944 Paid Politico! Adv. What You Pay Fir P= WATCH REPAIRS Why Not Get the Best pjOj HAVI AN ACCUaATI TIMEKEEPER ] ^!L C0NT I N E N T A L RESTAURANT 1709 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-S951 CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE All Pastries Baked on the Premises CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS CMering to Organisation!. Parties, and Banquets Technical tralnlag and yean of experience only ean make a man a watchmaker. You'U And each .kills at Debit's. Get the beat — It cost* %  ( more. a JEWELRY lEPAlllM DANZIG'S Jewel ft s 2j0 HAICVON ABCADt 145 f Moelei St. FOR A TRUE ADMINISTRATION OF IUSTICE ELECT GEORGE SCHWARTZ IUSTICE OF PEACE DISTRICT 5 Subject to May Primaries (i"iii(i Political AiK i (paid l'oi. Adv. by BYlanda) RE-ELECT B. (BABE) DOUGLAS AS RAILROAD COMMISSIONER Continue to profit from the services of a public servant of proven ability, experience, integrity and a desire to be of service to the public a/d his fellow citizens. His decisions have been based Upon evidence .nd he will continue to follow that policy. s i t t : \ %  11 \



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I IP PAGE FOUR 9-Jmlsiincrkfiar FRIDAY, APRIL U, 1944 The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla P.O. Box 2973 Phone2-1141 Ebtered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months. $1.H MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1944 NISAN 21, 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 15 CLERGY INSTITUTE Anti-Semitism and antis of all kinds are created, caused, and exist principally by virtue of the ignorance and lack of knowedge of these disseminators of hate and discord. Raised from childhood in environments that teach a dislike for Jew, a distrust for Catholic, and disregard for other groups, young children reach maturity with a developed antagonism that puts forth this disturbing trouble-creating element continuously. Educators, preachers of tolerance and understanding and the untold hundreds of groups and organizations ore untiring in their efforts, all expending their energies to penetrate this wall of distrust, disbelief and hate. Their programs are presented in every form and fashion to educate and present the truth to combat the spreaders of hate. What better way is there than that of the Clergy Institute to be held here in Miami on Monday of the coming week? Sponsored by the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami the Institute has invited the clergy of the Greater Miami area to hear an outstanding authority, Dr. Abram L. Sachar speak and discuss "The Foundations of Judaism," and "Some Popular Fallacies About the Jews." A large portion oi the ministers about seventy-five, have already accepted tha invitation to be present. Through the Institute, the Christian Ministry of Greater Miami will come to know better the Hebraic heritage and its relationship to Christianity. Anxious to prevent misunderstandings and misconceptions from spreading to the detriment ot the American way of life, these ministers, enlightened themselves, will be equipped with understanding and adequate data to answer and refute occasions that need this attention. So we say, what better way is there for real education? Supplying the source of leadership through which thousands come for advice, counsel, guidance and understanding is a certain and concrete way to build for good. The Institute is a measure of untold good that will bear much fruit for the future. HEBREW CALENDAR PASSOVER Last Two Day* April U and 15 Ro.h Hode.h .y.r. Mon April 25 Shab uot 8un M r_f^_ RESIDENTS WILL HEAR SOUTH AMERICAN MAN Rachalle Yarben. a delegate.to the Pan-American Convention from thi> Jewish Agency and director of Latin American Department will deliver a lecture the Hotel Frederick, corner >f Washington Avenue and am at, Miami Beach. Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. This lecture will be given under the auspices of the Pioneer Women's Organizations of Greater Miami, and is open to the public. B'nai ITrith Lodge Gives Flag to State Guardsmen Sholem Lodge D'nai B'rith was present at parade review of the Florida State Guard last Tuesday evening with a committee representing the organization making a presentation of an American flag to the Guard. The acceptance was made by Major John T. Bills, who expressed his appreciation to Milton A. Friedman, president, who made the presentation. Nat Roth, chairman of the Americanism committee, assisted. County Committee Will Hold Rally Friday Night Miami Beach Group 12 of the Dadc County Democratic Executive Committee is holding a political rally at the North Beach Elementary School at 41st Street Friday evening. April 14. at 8:15 o'clock. All Democratic candidates have been invited. Among those who have accepted, and will speak at the rally, is Senator Claude Pepper. SHERIFF CANDIDATE TO BE FEATURED SPEAKER R. B. Chastain. candidate for sheriff of Dade county, fill be the featured speaker at a rally scheduled for 8:15 Saturday in Triangle Park ai Hialeah. Other candidates will be introduced and allowed to speak briefly. There also will be a musical program. "Labor has been compelled to deal with multiple boards, fifteen or twenty of them. One of the matters that I have recommended is that there should be a member of the Cabinet who; speaks for labor and represents labor in all its many contacts' with government. No one could be more condemnatory of strikes in wartime than 1 or most labor leaders have been. You' don't solve the problem of strikes by legislation. You solve it by creating an atmosphere in which there is no occasion for strikes to arise. The government must be fair, firm and non discriminatory."—Wendell Willkie. "It is generally agreed that we are entering into the crucial period of the war. What has been described as the 'beginning of the end' seems at hand. This does not mean that there is cause for complacency or relaxation of the tremendous efforts that have been exerted at home. Those efforts on the production front, on farms and in every phase of our wartime economic activity must be kept at a high peak if victory over our enemies is to be concluded in the shortest possible time. None of us at home has any real basis for prediction of the military developments that are certainly impending. We can only surmise that actions of great moment are an immediate prospect. The American people will know only after the first great blow has been struck. When that hour comes it will be a time of sadness and heart-break in many American homes. This is the price that must be paid for freedom and security. It is also a time when we must have supreme confidence in our leaders if we are to push to speedy victory."—Sen. Harry S. Truman. TIDBITS FROM EVER fJUdcJtfy eotigidenUai -By PHINEAS I. BIRONHARRY ZUKERNICK Recently re-elected as president of the Y. M. & W. H. A. of Miami Beach. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. SLANTS ON SLANTS .. In reporting Representative James M. Curley's defense 0 | the Jewish record in this war the Associated Press slanted £ Washington dispatch very oddly ... It emphasized the reprint of Curley's speech in the Congressional Record cost $900 The AP should be ashamed of itself, for using a Nazi angle in a story that should have been utilized to counteract the andanti-Semitic whispering campaign Eliahu Ben Horin is the author of a very interesting article in the April issue of Harper'. Magazine, entitled "The Soviet Wooing of Palestine" ... The article purports to show why the Soviet Union might be interested in entering "into an active alliance with Palestine Jewry" The only thing wrong with the article is a between-the-linej anti-Soviet slant ... But the general thesis of the article con tains more truth than poetry THE ZIONIST ANGLE Major-General Orde Charles Wingate, who recently was kiled in an airplane crash behind the Jap lines in Burma, was a very close friend of Dr. Chaim Weizmann Whie he was not a Jew, it was his plan to devote himself to the upbuilding of Jewish Palestine after the war ... He was a firm believer in a Jewish Army, and, is reported to have said to Weizmann: "Once you have a Jewish state in Palestine I'll apply for the job of Minister of Defense" Wingate spoke Hebrew fluently, and was well versed in Hebrew letters and Biblical literature ... Among the delegates attending the national convention oi Hashomer Hatzair at Chicago this week are Mitzi Brainin and Helen Weisgal—the former being a granddaughter of Reuben Brainin, the latter the daughter of Meyer W. Weisgal ... How times does march on! THIS AND THAT After her new play, "The Searching Wind," opens on Broadway, dramatist Lillian Hellman will fly to England, where she will write the screen play for Sir Alexander Korda's production of Tolstoy's "War and Peace" ... In the making are some Victor recordings of Dorothy Parker monologues, with Ilka Chase doing the monologues Pianist Vladimir Horowitz is planning a nationwide competition for pianists the winner of which will be sponsored on a coast-to-coast concert tour with leading musical organizations FOR A FACT Leonard Lyons tells this amusing story about the eightyyear-old father of movie producer Boris Morros ... The old gentleman came to Hollywood only very recently—how recently you can judge from the fact that he lived through the entire siege of Leningrad ... So now he lives in a beautiful Hollywood home, has an opportunity, now and then, to see his young soldier-grandson, and meets all the great entertainers of the film capital ... But instead of basking contentedly in all this splendor, not to mention the California sunshine, the senior Morros seemed a bit unhappy and restless Seeing this, his son was distressed, and determined to do something about it "I can see there's something you want, father," he said to his sire, "and you know that I'll give it to you if you'll only ask for it ... So please tell me what I can do to make you really happy" After considerable urging the father finally spoke what was on his mind ... "I have only one wish," he said, "to return to Leningrad." ABOUT PEOPLE Dr. Philip Hillkowitz. president of the Jewish Consumptive^ Relief Society since its inception, and one of the founders o. that organization, also founded the American Society of Chemical Pathologists and served as its first president Reports from Washington indicate that Dr. Isaac J. Silverman of that city's Callinger Hospital has developed a new emergency treatment for acute alcoholism—a condition which, you should know, can be extremely dangerous, and often has a fatal outcome Congratulations to publicist and author Constance Hope (she wrote "Publicity is Broccoli"— remember?) on her appointment as Director of Artist Relations for Red Seal Records Did we ever tell you about Jacob Neumarket, the ei terprising refugee who has established what is probably the only "zipper hospital" in the country? It's located in New York's lower East Side Isn't there something anomalous in Fanny (Baby Snooks) Brice achieving grandmotherhood? • • • And isn't there something singulary appropriate in the 4 draft classification of Harry Zarief, father of the country's latest and New York's first set of quadruplets? The more so since Harry was born with the name Friedman, so that, if he hadn changed his monicker, the four Z's would have been the 4 r Just for the record, let us add that the explanation for tM name change is that the family had originally been callea Zarief, back in Russia, but the immigrant generation, on arriving in America, was told that this name was too difficult tor English-speaking tongues, and accordingly Americanized it Friedman PASSOVER GREETINGS SUE YOUNG RESTAURANT 226 E. Flagler Street PHONE 3-7910 mm HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS INSTITUTC MAINTAiftiftC DtTCttANING STANDARD* To Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers HUIIDRY •; DKV c L e p nin G CONVENIENT STORES EVERYWHERE CALL 3-6601 I



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face Facts Bv Alexander F. MlllftX Anti Defamation League nr p indebted to the Colm W hus (Oho) Council for Demoum ^v for one of the clearest cra y m nts we have ever read 5Wl e rneod for better racial and SiftoJ understanding %  Shis is not a Negro, Jewish rtSb.A* 'or a. the IrU shrinks the peoples of the rfrf of all colors must learn ,??e together. In. this smaller world we arc all minorities." what a difference in perspec,ive YOU gain from that last sennce "In this smaller world Je arc all minorities." If we can aa m that fact and comprehend ft thoroughly, many of the defensive mechanisms that have Sored our thoughts and actions S so many years are now no longer necessary. Tne J t wish people no more can consider themselves an isolated minority with the hands of the world against them. Rather they are in this new concept just another minority in a world made up of minorities. Now if we could only get everybody else to understand this— A pretty voung lady bounced into the office the other day. She sat looking at your director for fully five minutes in silent reverie "Mr. Miller, I can't talk to you," she finally decided. "You and I don't respond to the same vibrations'' You're too full of starches." And she bounced out leaving your director even more bewildered than usual. •Boy. bring me a carrot for lunch. I must reduce my vibrations." +Jewish ihrkUan PAGE FIVE EMPHASIZES NEED FOR BETTER WELFARE LAWS Believing that this is the year of opportunity for women at the polls, Frances O. Warriner. candidate for state legislature group three, is making a strong bid for this important lawmaking seat. Without voicing any criticism of what the men in the legislature have accomplished, Mrs Warriner believes that there are many present-day requirements of every lawmaking body that will continue to be overlooked if women are not elected. Mrs. Warriner is placing special emphasis on the great need for improvement in welfare laws and laws pertaining to children. CHARGE JEWS FAIL TO GIVE CO OPERATION Jerusalem (JTA)—The charge that the Jewish community in Palestine has failed to give the authorities the necessary cooperation in crushing the terrorist groups responsible for the recent outrages, was voiced this week by John V. W. Shaw, chief secretary for the Palestine government, addressing foreign correspondents. He declared that the arrest over the week-end of 60 persons throughout the country "should have a good effect on the security situation." Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. FELLOWSHIP CREATED FOR DR. EDW. L. ISRAEL Washington, D. C—In memory of the late Dr. Edward L. Israel, nationally-known rabbi and labor mediator, who died in October, 1941, as he was being installed as executive director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, B'nai B r i t h, through its National Hillel Commission, has created the Edward L. Israel Memorial Inter-Faith Fellowship at the University of Maryland, it was announced here today by Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith, the nation's oldest and largest Jewish service organization. BETH SHOLOM TEMPLE ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Election anrf Installation of officers was held at Beth Sholom Temple, 761 41st Street, Wednesday, April 1. Officers elected were Hon. President, Abraham Frankel; president, George Cohen; first vice president, Robert M. Nordin; second vice president, Maurice Perell; third vice president, Samuel Eig; recording secretary, Irving Rothman; financial secretary, Isidore C. Greenberg; corresponding secretary, Evelyn Kohn and treasurer, Abraham Zinnamon. The board of directors consists of: Maurice Bcrick, Abraham Frankel, Roland W. Granat, Max Rosenstein. Jacob Slass and Isaac Bruck. A NEW PAINT STORE TO SERVE YOU Qualified •• r vie* backed by yari of prisnes as general painting superintendent for Henry J. Kaiser, at Boulder Dam, Shasta Dam, HuntsArsenal and many other huge government projects. This with government laboratory training is your assurance of finest results in any kind of painting job. Only specially trained skilled operators employed. GENERAL PAINTING AND DECORATING SERVICE EXTERIOR • INTERIOR • LARGE OR SMALL JOBS LICENSED AND INSURED OPERATORS J. D. GILBREATH Painting Contractor 537 S. W. 12TH AVENUE PHONE 3-0070 (If No Answer, 2-5105) • / ; Keep on buying War Bonds. Keep on buying War Bonds. *> The Vouhded.don't cry" rfut rite? t& nesd & eot f (Tla OMUIIMI II omUucted t*y tlie Crt*t*r Miami ji-winh Federation in CMytratiou with The Jewish Florid •iut community •arvlca. To Inform tt ecamuiilty i>f your organisation's tcthhlM and to avoid conflicts In aalM, phone :i-.".411 anil ak for mltj Calendar." Notification I ii Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week.) Saturday, Sunday, Monday Apr>l 15, 16. 17 YM & WHA of U i:. |. \ Nlncoln Road, Sat in Sunday and Mun• Sunday. April 16 %  • dinner dance, IM4 ol Greater Miami Jewlsl r*i it Ion starting • %  •:'<> II'. I, 2400 Collins %  "onday, Apr.I 17 • roup, aj I 111 s Itureau • %  Jewish iperation with the w 5th Btreet, 7 80 'UMdjy. Apnl 1R i h C< Dter Bisterheon, Lear Bel 1 „."*" %  Wesl AY... 1 ;S0 i>.m. Wednesday. April 19 U S. rvlcs Leacue. 'i i m Ii.-th David meeting, 8:10 v i 'Ircle Branch No %  mberahlp meeting, i) n Ttiursday. April 20 teachers' gathering llureau • %  < Jewish Kdemple Israel, s p. in. All Sunday, April 23 "Ol -r V, ,,„„.,, ,,f Greater Miami. a" n "r dinner, Wofford Hotel. 6:30 P in. Monday, Apr.l 24th •mmi Beach Jewish Center Slstersooa, regular meeting, Jewish Cen' '• Pi ; Jewish study group. *es if to IS, sponsored I>y the Huon .i '• wl h Education in co9*ntlon with the Town Y. 1667 8. gW Division, American Jewish ^oiur rPSSi r ,. Kul lr me ^ tlng HJNERAL SERVICES FOR N Y. PHILANTHROPIST v,S W Yor t "TA)-Funeral serEl h n re L hold at Temple Emanu StrifJ 6 thls week for Percv S. BM 9 ;j 10t f d Jewish PhilanthroofR u c hairman of the board last Thi'.r t acy and Co who died Wnursday night. f "ed. r rahnn US f Was *"" of the CBI'V 1 Support of of few ^ h, lant hropis t Societies rector r,,:^' l nd was also a di CorSratirm he 5 efugee Economic "lent of IK 1 a t nd served as Dre8i C for* !*&* Agricultural his mLr 01 ht y ears Among 000.000 ?o S? ntr 'bution S was $1.onwhoi.. New York University, ** the fir??, 0 / 1 he served D "r : ""ttee nf I.J e executive com'i i. 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PAGE SIX ^Jewish ncrkUari WOULD FEED EUROPE WITH "HUDROPONICS" Jerusalem (JTA)—A proposal for feeding liberated Europe by Hudroponics — agriculture without soil—will be laid before the United States Relief and Rehabilitation Administration in the United States by Dr. S. E. Soskin, leading Palestinian agronomist. Dr. Soskin, who has experimented successfully with the soilless method, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency he would suggest the dispatch of a technical mission to Palestine to consider the immediate introduction of large-scale hydoponic cultivation here to provide foodstuffs for Europe. This, he said, would reFRIDAY. APRH U, bhemicals shipped from the United States, he Mid, could produce 10.000 tons of potatoes. I Hydroponics was the name given by Professor William F. Gericke of the University of California to the method of soil-less growing which he developed. Soskin said he planned to visit Gericke and study the commercial use of hydroponics in California, New Mexico and other states. Chemical solutions in tanks replace soil beds. BLUM ARRESTED IN FRANCE duce the burden on Allied shipping and the drain on Allied foodj Jewish origin." Leon um stocks. Five hundred tons of now a German prisoner. Berne (WNS)—Marcel Blum, brother of the former premier of France. Leon Blum, was arrested by the Nazis in Toulouse on the charge that he and his wife procured "false papers to hide their is fJVf VatodSMerMgrfnef>& ffioint: > Vi/ *L A POST OF VALOQ MARINES AT "POINT" POSITION WALK IN .'ADVANCE OF THEIR vPATOJU...THe! OUTY IS TO GIVE WARNING OF THE PRESENCE OF AN ENEMY AND TO FIRE ON ALT. HOSTILE ELEMENTS WITHIN EFFECTIVE RANGE...THESE HEROIC FATALISTS OFTEN SACRIFICE THEIR LIVES DETECTING SNIPERS AND JAP JUNGLE TRAPS. LT. A.J. JENSEN,USMC AVIATOR, RECEIVED THE NAVY CROSS FOR DESTROYING 24 JAP PLANES IN 10 SECONDS ...HE CONDUCTED A ONE MAN STRAFING RAID ON THE ENEMY AIR FIELD...WRECKING THE PLANES ON THE GROUND. — TONIGHT* ?OST TIME 8 P. M. DAILY DOUBLE 2nd & 3rd RACES 10 R*A C E S NIGHTLY Q U I N*l E L A S EVERY RACE ADMISSION 25c NO MINOS ADMITTED TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAYNE Take Miami Transit uui Nu. 10 out tu N. v.. ixn Avenue and 103rd St.; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Avt to 107th Street; or Opa-L.ocka bus out N. W. 7th Ave. to 115th Street. Free transportation from these points to track. The tinest greyhounds in oLandrun^B^avne V,h. Americas „,.;. Vcnnels dUpUY lucoiors^en-er. rising racs-n*huy • • • except Sunday.^^>T? m FOTUtIT TRACK 115th Street Between N E 2nd and N. W. 7th Aves BUDAPEST JEWS MUST REMAIN IN_THE CITY Zurich (JTA) • Those Jews who have not yet been deported from Budapest must remain in the city, while other citizens may leave it if they desire in view of the danger from Allied air raids, according to an announcement by General Vores. head of the Hungarian Air Raid Protection Service, reported by the German Transkentinent Press. Meanwhile, the Budapest radio announced that the puppet gov| eminent has issued a decree providing for the immediate discharge of all Jewish employees Jewish Conference In Moscow Hears Nazis Slew Four Million Europe Jews Moscow (WNS)—Prof. Solomon Mikhoels, president of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee, declared in an address at the third annual all-Jewish conference in session here that the Germans slew more thran four million Jews in Europe and in the regions formerly occupied by them in Soviet Russia. Calling upon the Jews in the Soviet Union and throughout the world "to take revenge for our massacred brothers and sisters by October 1. Fifty percent of j who constitute one-quarter of the a firm's Jewish workers must be I entire Jewish nation," Prof. Mikdischarged at once and the remainder by the end of September. Ail professions are to be Cleared of Jews by May 31. the decree orders The Budapest radio also announced that an order has been issued by the Hungarian authorities prohibiting Jews throughout Hungary from travelling on railroads, ships and busses, unless hoels stated that Russian Jcw.fi are playing an important and heroic role in the fight to destroy the forces of Hitlerism and in ridding the "motherland" of the German aggressors. He disclosed that Jews hold fourth place among the Red Army men Who were decorated for feats of heroism on the Ukranian front. "We arc proud to know," he said. ^GAL NOTICES' NOTICE IS HratPHTTTT^----. the underl B ne< d^ 'VET^ In biMlness under the }?,?,„^' *Ns2 at 817 N. R. ,„, A ?, 1 MI^V^T Intends to regime,' thl ^, P>"£ with the Clerk of the IM* W "5 of Lade County. V'rY.l.-, ,rciUt <*£ H. J. OWEN, LBON KAI'UN Sol 0 B „ Attorney for Ai.i.'j, .,,, S/2i-31. 4/7-14-21 ,cant NOTK m 1S IIBR EBT orvS—the undersigned, denim,* ,,, N <*t In buslneHH under the f, ,i.,l M <4 %  -f I'AN AMERICAN uoSS "3 COMPANY, at SIT N %  "SiPHfl Miami. FU. Intend. ,„ rea-u*'! %  ta d name with the Clerk „?,!,,> :ult Court of Dad. cfEto^&A. LBON KAI'UN Attorney for Applicant 3/24-31.4/7-14-21 H. J 0WBN • s ole ow',i„ they have "written consent from "that many Jewish men and wothe authorities." UPCHURCH WARNS OF PROFESSIONAL BOSSES Green Cove Springs—A call to Floridians to be on guard against the "obvious plan oi professional politicians and political bosses to seize control of high state offices, while public attention generally is diverted to war. was sounded here by Frank I). Upchurch, candidate for governor, in a campaign address "Such tactics are not entirely new and have been attempted before during emergency periods in the history of our slate and nation," Upchurch declared. "In most instances in the past." he added, "an alert electorate has upset such plans, but we in Florida face a real danger here in this war year of 1944. "I am happy to say that I have no affiliation with any political boss, ring, clique oi group in anycity of Florida. My appeal for support has without exception been directed to the individual Flondian. to the independent voter. At the outset of this campaign I said I would make no deals or trades. I have kept that promise to my fellow citizens. I shall not deviate from it." I ——— — Rabbi Wise Sees lewish State After the War Ends New York (WNS)—Addressing a gathering of more than seven thousand people who attended the 12th annual "Third Seder" of the National Labor Committee for Palestine. Dr. Stephen S. Wise confidently declared that the "historic and justified claim of the Jewish people for a commanwealth in Palestine will be confirmed and implemented by tintriumphant democratic forces ol the world after the imminent defeat of Hitlerism." DRINK PLENTY OF Q^ripttre W Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME %  •MUM BOTTLE 6 0c CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ] 5c Plus Bortl; Deposit PHONE 2-4128 FOR U. S. SENATE r • %  nw.W'l proximatelr ] %  > Th u* best authorities, the mini, mum daily A, D and B Complex Vitamin re* quirements of the aver* age person are: A 4.000 VHP Unhi D 0 ISP Unit. Bl jS USP L„1U, B2 2.SJ Mlrrofrramx, and an. 10,000 Mlrrograms Nl< Unamide other B Complex Vitamins "hive no. yet been established. 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"I come to you from another world." said Sutzkever as he, described how a Storm Trooner killed his mother. "It has been three years since I stepped on a city pavement. The hallucinatory scenes I witnessed artstill burning in my mind, and they give me no peace." Mr. Sutzkever. who prior to the war belonged to a group of Jewish poets bearing the name "Young Vilna." related how he fled from Vilna and joined a group of partisans who were operating in the Lithuanian forests. He described how the Nazis; rounded up the male Jewish population of Vilna, and proceeded to execute them in the gullies near the city. NoTlPK IS HEREBY nnrnw the undersigned, dealrinc 7., lha; in business under in J ft> MAX R. 8IUVER Attornej for Applli ants 4/M-21 -2s :./:,-IL' IN 'UK POUNTY .iriKiK's OifM IN AND POR I.Ahi-: %  -, ,-\TJ FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No, 1 4 ,:-, IN Re: ESTATE OP M \n\ i > I.Kit. 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r APRIL 14, 1944 -JewlstiFkx-ldtoti GREATER MIAMI j^" !" !" !" !" Su Pg^^ by GreoterMcrml Jewi* Federation Ol The Jewiah Welfare Board H elp Ui KNP Record of Our Men in Service PAGE SEVEN SERVICE PARADE! ..„., a good thing we have a JSi Staff Sgt. Isadora Saks Rcd fn.m Lngland, "otherwise I fflt Kow what we would do. d "nt a nice week-end in NotIs Kl It was a beautiful day. ng inXd very much like spring. iJriataRedCrossclub.and K lh thev haven t the most Srate accommodations they ?, nractical. All we expect is a P t to skop and a chance to get Shite" Saks is the son of Mrs. E, Saks. 2337 S. W. Fourth St., | and has been overseas six months. G M 3 c Marvin Apt*, son of Mr and Mrs. Jack Apte, is spending a furlough with his parents Lre before returning to Jacksonville whenhe is now stationed He was accompanied E by the G. M. 3/c Donald B. Kelly with whom he entered the service 11 months ago. Prt Harold Levinson spent the cast week at his home 1906 S. I y. 21st St., visiting his wife. relatives and friends. S Sgt. Harry Feigenbaum. 22, cl Chicago. 111., attached to a bombing squadron, was killed in action in the North African area. His plane crashed into the sea after its crew had demolished an enemy convoy off Bizerte. Participating in 18 combat flights. Sergeant Feigenbaum held the Air Medal and three Oak Loaf I Clusters. He w'as a member of the B'nai Israel congregation. Sgt. Florence Badanes, WAC. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes. 126 S. W. 9th Avenue, has been transferred to North Carolina after 14 months training at Daytc.na Beach, Florida. Sgt. Badanes was among a group of 15 girls chosen from the 1493rd Service Command Unit in Daytona Bench that were awarded Good Conduct Medals recently. Lt I. Robert Rosenschein, 21, i of New York City, was killed in plane crash on a routine flight near Pine Valley. Okla. A memI ber of the B'nai Jeshurum Synagogue and a graduate of City College of New York. Lieutenant Rosenschein had been in service 1 two years. Lt. Emanuel E. Hubshman. 27. of New York City, a member of the famed 13th air force operating in the Southwest Pacific, holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clusters. Now back in the United States, Lieutenant Hubshman, a Flying Fortress bombardier, is a veteran of sixtyone missions "and not a scratch." LL Sidney A. Snyder. 30. of .Norfolk, Va, wounded by an [enemy hand grenade while leading his men in action against the Japanese in the Solomons, is now fully recovered and has returned to active duty. Lt Jtrome Ash. 27, of New York City, field artillery officer. has lost his life in Italy. Before entering the service a year and a half ago. he attended New York University. S/Sgt. Arthur Weil, 25. of New York City, gunner aboard the celebrated Liberator the "Blue Streak',' wears the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and eight Oak Leaf Clusters and has a presidential citation as well. Sgt. Weil has participated in bombing missions against Germany, Italy and Romania. The Blue Streak has been described as the leading warplane of the Mediterranean skies and is a veteran of 110 American assaults on Axis targets. Her gunners have shot down 23 enemy aircraft. Welfare Board Grateful For Miamians' Hospitality In behalf of the Jewish Servicemen and women, who received such splendid Home Hospitality from the Jewish Community of Greater Miami for the Passover Sedonm. I want to thank most heartily every family that co-operated with us. Our thanks also to those people who so graciously offered thenhomes to the Servicemen, but whom we could not supply with a serviceman or woman, due to the abandoning of the Army Air Forces post at Miami Beach. Whereas in previous years we had an over-abundance of servicemen, this year there was a great decline in the number of men stationed here. To those families who were assigned boys, but were disappointed when they did not show up at the Seder, I also want to offer our sincere appreciation for their kind indulgence, with the explanation that this also was due to the fact that the boys received iast minute snipping notices, and army restrictions prevented them ft\,m so advising their hosts. Our sincere pratitude is also extended to the Miami Beach Jewish Center and the Beth Jacob synagogue, for the wonderful cooperation given us in the Sedorim and providing meals for the servicemen and women during the entire week of Passover. As one Serviceman so aptly said, "This year part of the world is in slavery, next year, we hope all humanity will be free; This year we celebrated Pesach in uniform with you here; next year we may observe the Seder at home." Sincerely yours, NATHAN ROTHBERG Director Jewish Welfare Board R^uTThis Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," ArmyNavy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida Capt. Jerome I. Malkin. 32. of Jamaica, N. Y., Army Medical Corps officer, a veteran of 18 months of service in the North African area, holds the Silver Star for gallantry and the Purple Heart for wounds sustained in combat. He, too, is home from the front. Captain Malkin earned the Silver Star last April at Mateur, when he made his way over an impassable road under artillery fire to give a wounded man first aid and bring him back to the relative safety of the aid station. Name %  •me Address. Birth Date Serial No.. Street Birthplace. City State Civilian Occupation. Date Entry In Service City State Marital Status Branch of Service Full name of nearest kin. Relationship A ddress. Information Transmitted by Telephone number Date .Discharged Rank or Rating WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. QEORQE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERO J. W. B. Director OFFICERS 8AM BLANK. CHAIRMAN MONTE 8ELIQ, Vlce-Chairman JOSEPH A BER MAN. Sec. Executive Committee Mri, Max Dobrin, Baa B. Goldman. Mauiice Qrooaman. Louia Haiman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. N|r. Murry Koven, Harry Markowitr Alex. ander F. Mailer. at Roth. Fr.d Shochet, Milton Slrkin. JOMO 1 Stein, Mre. Herman Wallaoh. Carl Wrinkle. Oeonge Welpert. Harry Zukernlok. *">ting This Peg. to the Effort, of the Army-Navy Committee. Made Feasible Through the Co Operation of ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Bldg. CARL'S MARKETS tie* et DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS 114 N. E. Second Avenue Miami Miami Beach COWEN'S SHOE STORES E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. FDCZIT SYSTEM HI4 N. E. 2nd Avenue HA WHOLESALE GROG. CO. 82 N. E. 26th Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 129 M. Miami Avenue JACK C. IAYSON MIAMI RUG CO. 1M 8. Miami Avenue MIAMI MILL WORK & LUMBER CO. 535 N. W. 11th Street MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. Inc. 1701 N. W. 7th Avenue STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 149 If. E. 12th Street JOSEPH R. STEIN Miami. Florida WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB West Ftagler Street at 37th *va. WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolfson Sidney Merer PASSOVER GREETINGS Tamiami Upholsterincj Co. 2446 S. W. 8th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 48-3168 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER if* PENNWAY PHARMACY 1443 Pennsylvania Avenue MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS Southern Engineering & Metal Products 1800 North Miami Avenue PHONE 3-2*11 3 -'PASSOVER GREETINGS ACE RUG CLEANERS 53 S. W. S. River Drive 91155 For Safe Dependable Service Miami Vacuum Cleaner Co. formerly RHODE VACUUM CLEANER COMPANY 1312 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-7838 HAPPY PASSOVER A. F. GIVEN PHONE 2-4033 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 1720 Congress Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA IKITEI'i JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. FLAGLER STREET Phone 3-2197 ROYAL FULTON BAKERIES. Inc. EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS PASSOVER GREETINGS NORTH BAY BOAT CO. 471 N. E. 79th Street PHONE 7-9598 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue PHONE 6-2040 GREETINGS RICHLAND SUNDRIES 2197 N. W. 36th Street Miami. Florida PASSOVER GREETINGS DR. RALPH B. FERGUSON • 320 S. E. First Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS $ SILVER BLUFF SUNDRIES 2751 S. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 4-9209 PASSOVER GREETINGS THE ORIGINAL Fll" BILL OPEN TO THE PUBLIC HOTEL 27th and Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER DR. WALTER K. FOLEY OSTEOPATH 1110 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-4067 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HUHEEUI TRUCK DIVISION 1920 N. Miami Ave. PHONE 3-1414 PASSOVER GREETINGS [ EXTERMINATORS Truly Nolen. Gen. Mgr. 41st and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach PHONE 5-7171 •. %  i MOST EVERYBODY STOPS AT TIE GOOD FOOD MODERATE PRICES CURB AND DINING ROOM SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Biscayne Blvd. at 61st % % 



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PAGE EIGHT \, JEWISH STUDIES GROUP HOLDS FIRST MEETING The Jewish Studies Group, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with the Miami Y met for the first time Monday, April 10. Mr. A. A. Cannes, Executive Director of the Bureau of Jewish Education reports that a large group of young men and young women attended. The group showed great interest in the two courses begun, "Modern Jewish Problems" and "A Survey of Jewish History." The group meets every Monday at 7:30 p.m. Young people of 14 to 18 years of ag< are welcome. M|IM The Bureau of Jewish Education also announces the i"" a Son of a course for Sunday School teachers. The firstmeetting will take Place at Temple Israel en Thursday April 20 al 8 p.m. All are welcome to attend. ^^^___ For Victory—Buy and keep on buying bonds! There Is No Substitute for Experience Vote For and Re-Elect PAT CANNON To CONGRESS 100% Behind the War Effort PULL LEVER 4-A i paid PolKli -ii .vi\ i pwiw ,pww _,,,,,,^""'" // /// %//# •*to 11 ADVANTAGES of a A1E iwetu MORTGAGE V .LOW RATES EASY PAYMENTS • LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Your LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER $8,500,000 IIA1IE PEIIEItAL J0 tWM-UPTOH.FMD8 T *///' ***** *ttm wtojwtiw'**—' 'FEAR FINLAND'S JEWS MAY NOTESCAPE NAZI Stockholm (JTA)-Jewish circle, here are concerned over he possibility that "changes to tin. Russo-Finnish situation mas result in the Jews in Finland bein, cut off from all avenues of escape in event of an open German occupation of that country Although the Swedish government is .-tin pursuuig tin' policj of admitting all legitimate reiugees who seek to nter, it is probable that it the Nazis assume full tro ] ol Finland they will c the Finnish-Swedish border. Th • Helsiniki newspaper &uo„„.n Socialidemokratti this week carried an editorial strongly condemning the Geiman measu against the Jews ol Hungary. • W e only hope thai this disgrace will nut mark oui continent n Iv," the newspaper •but that in Hungary, Britain and Germany there will be people who will take action to wipemit this disgrace ol our century. Another Helsiniki new paper, the Sveska Pressen, commi mum on the Palestine While Paper immigration ban, states that the most tragic fact is that the doors ,,l" Palesine are closed at a nine when 800,000 Hungarian Jews are starting their "via dolorosa to "a country from which no traveller returns." to 'an inferno of which Dante never drean i I SOUND PLANNING IS NEEDED FOR FLORIDA Tampa, Fla.—Budget-conscious women know Florida's future prosperity must be based on sound planning, Sen. Ernest R. Graham, candidate for governor, told a group of mt> rested women at Ins Hillsborough county headquarters here last week. In Tampa for the annual convention of the Florida Federation ot Women's clubs, the farmerbusiness man who drained and developed a tractless waste of the Everglades into one ol the most properous dairy and truck farms in the state, said Florida's future must be based on common sense business principles, "instead of helter-skelter political skirmishing. "We can net the money we need tor solving Florida's problems which stein from money worries, but we must Ret it throuRh expanding our general business and not through burdensome additional taxes. If we try to solve our problems by constantly levying new taxes, we'll find '.hat top heavy levies have crumpled the very structure we are trying to build. HEAL ESTATE—MIAM I BEACH Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties % Ask tor my free 1944 informative Map cf Miami Beach B E. BRONSTON, Realtor Trustworthy Real E.tate Service FRIDAY, APRIL U, 60S Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 GREEN CANDLE TEA ROOM 52 SILVER BLUFF AVE. CORAL GABLES PASSOVER GREETINGS ROGER W. ARNOLD 221 S. W. 22nd Av enue MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS LEON'S BAKERY 2416 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4-5166 TO ALL A MOST HAPPT PASSOVBR DR. R. S. AKERS. D.D.S. 1596 N. W. 36th Street Phone 2 2131 A HAPPY PASSOVER LaGORCE GOLF COURSE 5685 ALTON ROAD PHONE 51361 PASSOVER GREETINGS LINCOLN DEPARTMENT STORE 1448 N. W. 62nd STREET PHONE 7-9472 PASSOVER GREETINGS S. ERNEST PHILPITT and SON Musical Instruments 36 N. MIAMI AVENUE To Our Mjny Friends and Patrons A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER FOUR SISTERS HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT 655 Washington Ave. Ph. 5 9709 PASSOVER GREETINGS SCHAFF PRESERVING CO. Inc. 1305 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2 4634 MRS. HENRY O. SHAW IS RED CROSS APPOINTEE The appointment of Mrs. Henry O. Shaw as chairman Of Volunteer Special Service of the Dade County chapter. American Red Cross, and of Mrs. John Oliver i La Gorce as honorary chairman. I VSS, was announced Saturday j i by C. Gordon Anderson, chapter I chairman. Both women are outstanding leaders in the community. Mr. i Anderson stated, and hav< interesting backgrounds not only in Red Cross work, but in other i community service PASSOVER GREETINGS R AUCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE 460 W. 41st Street Miami Beach 215—71st Street PHONE 5 3530 ot*




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pornAY APRIL 14. 1944 Jew! si) flcrikfian PAGE NINE B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG Thursday evening at the .h a H A approximately 75 boys *£&£ between the ilrf M an H 8 conducted a Passover c"lr whul. would have been a Sed H Saw dinner table. Dayeredlt 1 waa really a pleasure Their out boys and girls reLt traditions that have been £ o our way f Ufa for cenp Thestprojects are spon,u ^T',,v ),• A.ZA. committee f tlc worker in our community Pressed the gathering on the SSoXnce of Jewish Education Mr Gannes has put his heart •,nd soul into formulating a program for Jewish education in this immunity He had evidenced h, s capabilities and I am sure that | receive the cooperation of most of the organizations here. On Tuesday evening last, the Americanization committee under] ,.„. chairmanship of Brother Nat R„th DP nted ;> flag to the Dade County Armory. This committee has done much to engender the recognition of the patriotism of our people. Much credit is due to Brother Roth for the fine work of his committee. The work they are doing is especially important at this time for the reason that it is important that we hold ourselves out first as good Americans. The fact that we arc. makes us no less good Jews. There have been statements made tending to disrupt the unity of our war effort regarding the danger of antiSemitism in the post-war world. These malicious prognosticated indicate a period of depression after the war fur which the scape-goat will lie the Jew. These remarks are to impress upon you the necessity of being a good American and cooperate wholeheartedly in the work to this end. While on the subject it may be well to caution a lot of our people about the Black Market. It seems that every newspaper story that is ballyhooed by the violation of the emergency regulations involves a Jewish woman. We know that m the Bast the patronage Of illegal markets is almost Frances 0. WARRINER CANDIDATE FOR STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 3 "A BUSINESS WOMAN AND A MOTHER" HONEST UNAFRAID EFFICIENT Subject to Democratic Primaries (Paid Pol. A'K ELECT JOE CONDERMANN SHERIFF SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY PULL DOWN LEVER 15-A The Onlv Candidate QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE 9 YEARS CHIEF DEPUTY SHERIFF 18 Years of Active Law Enforcement I'olltl. :il Ad. PuWl for by Frlriuls an accepted fact. This attitude gives birth to the conclusions that the rationing system and its ramifications are a vain procedure and encourages a lack of respect for governmental agencies. The publicity that we read is not accidental. Violations of the laws are not strictly a Jewish problem since statistics show that the amount of criminology among the Jewish people is proportionately low. The publicity comes from a desire to create for the reading pubh? some juicy morsel to throw from fence to post. This is done rather effectively despite all efforts to combat it. Therefore, it is to your best future interest to refuse to pay more; and to report any violation immediately, even at a personal sacrifice to yourself. On the night of April 25th, at the Beach Y. M. H. A. Brother William Kesselman, Hillel director, announces that the University students will present a program of varied entertainment which promises to be very interesting. Brother Kesselman indicates that our University students are possessed of great talent in cultural fields and this program promises to provide an evening of music and other arts not to be missed. TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE It's a Pleasure to Extend PASSOVER GREETINGS TYCOON TACKLE SHOP. INC. 320 S. W. 22nd Avenue Phone 48-1731 GREETINGS JOE'S STONE CRAB RESTAURANT Steaks Choos Chicken 227 BISCAYNE ST. PHONE 5-9221 Vote For and Support n.j FARLOW STATE LEGISLATURE Subject to Democratic Primary Political Ail. Taiil for by Friends LEX GREEN GOVERNMENT OF. BY, AND FOR THE PEOPLE HIS COVENANT 1. Win the war and peace. Restore State rights and local self government 2. Equitable and just taxation. No additional tax. Economy. 3. Expand and develop Florida's industrial and all natural resources. 4. Cheaper automobile license tags. 5. Justice and equality for Industry and Labor—understanding. 6. Homestead and other aid for all war veterans. 7. Definitely *4C per month pension for aged. Cut red tape. Definitely match Federal funds for blind and dependent children. 8. Raise salaries of school teachers. Health advancement. A united Florida. mendations Florida Continuing Educational Council. al aviation. Develop tourist trade. 9. Carry out recom 10. Build roads. Develop eommerci A A TRUE AND TRIED SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE WEIGHED IN THE BALANCE AND FOUND NOT WANTING %  c"r -, FOR GOVERNOR WERIENCED-WORTHy H£H£H FIED --S,NCERE THE EMERGENCY IS TOO GRAVE FOR EXPERIMENT • LEX GREEN IS QUALIFIED. EXPERIENCED AND WORTHY TO SERVE AS GOVERNOR HE HAS KEPT THE FAITH AND HE WILL KEEP FAITH WITH YOU Wednesday. April 19* at 8:00 P..R C^ Caydjdrty Mm Dade County Headquarter*: HO N. t. lsi Ave. iii.i.i Political Adv ) PASSOVER GREETINGS WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE H. S. HAHN. Manager Bonded and Insured Workmen's Compensation CLEANING SPECIALISTS Chimney Floor Windows 1635 Michigan Ave. Ph. 5-5907 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO MY FRIENDS 308 E. Flagler St.. Ph. 2-3718 SINCERE GREETINGS PROM NORMANDY SCHOOL LEO HL'BERMAN 1021 Biarritz Drive Phone 6-1061 MIAMI BEACH Phones—Da) ::".. Klghi MEONITE SIGN CO SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A SPECIALTY Window Displays Wall Lettering 252 N. W. 29th Street Miami 37. Florida EMIL FLUTIE. Prop. Formerly with B, H BSIllotl Co., Claude Neon ££ect An Experienced Constable Member ELKS — AMERICAN LEGION AND VET OF FOREGIN WARS HARRY S. HIGGIINS Your Present Constable oi DISTRICT No. 5 Miami Beach — Surfside Sunny Isle — Golden Beach Paid roiiti.ai Aiiv. ELECT MARK H. RICHARDSON YOUR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 1 30 YEARS IN DADE COUNTY ll'alrt 1'i.ln.i :il \


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PAGE TEN mJmMncridllan GREATEST SPRING IT TROPICAL PURR Coral Gables—Completing the greatest Spring thoroughbred racing season in the history of Florida, Tropical Park ended its 30-day schedule and major Welfare Week Saturday with a closing day mutuel of $120,938. that included a new single race record of $104,379 on closing day, and a grand mutuel total for the 30 days of $12,439,014. This claims an outstanding role in a Florida pari-mutuel season assured of topping $100,000,000. The total attendance for the 30 days was 172.371. The meeting was climaxed with the brilliant victory of Four Freedom* in the $1,000 added Tropical Handicap, headline stake of the most extensive stakes roster and purse distribution in the history of the Gables plant, the latter approximating $350,000. The closing program also ended a Welfare Week which saw Tropical Park operated by the nonprofit organization of Tropical Park Fund, Inc., and presenting to charity and worthy causes a total of approximately $38,000, organizations participating including the Dade County War Chest, American Red Cross. National War Fund. President s Infantile Paralysis Fund, the Blood Bank of Dade County, the University of Miami and others. CHIEF DEPUTY SHERIFF BIDS FOR SHERIFF'S IOB Joe Condermann who has been Dade County's chief deputy sheriff for nine years, is acknowledged by practical people to be the only logical candidate for sheriff of Dade county, to succeed D. C. Coleman who is unopposed in his candidacy for the state senate, his ardent supporters point out. This conclusion is based on the fact that, of all the candidates for sheriff. Joe Condermann is the only one who has the training and the actual experience in the job to which he seeks election, they stated. "The office of sheriff of Dade county is a responsible post carrying great burdens and requiring specialized training. Because Mr. Condermann has served as chief deputy sheriff for nine years—and he is the only candidate who has this practical knowledge of the varied and complex duties of the office—he has attracted to himself, in this campaign, the support of the substantial and civicminded bus. nessmen and citizens who do not wish to entrust ttM og^g sheriff to 'a man without tnc needed training and background For the post." they pointed out. Of 18 years in the law enforce-1 ment profession. 9 years have Seen spent by Joe Condermann a chief deputy sheriff of Dade county. In addition to the actual field work Mr. Condermann holds certificates from KB I. courses in scientific training. University Florida courses, and was uaat countv supervisor of the police schools program of the general extension division of the u. or r. He also organized and was cniei of the auxiliary police of tnc Dade county Defense Council. Keep on buying War Bonds. PASSOVER GREETINGS Phone 2-4735 JERRY & MACK 2029 N. W. 2nd Avenue Radiators Cleaned. Repaired. Recored and Exchanged SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER THE LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 3-5491 21 N. W. 21st Street RE-ELECT Henry L. Oppenborn YOUR Justice of Peace AND JUDGE OF THE SMALL CLAIMS COURT Justice — Courtesy — Efficiency HIS PLEDGE: A Continued Faithful Service (Paid Pol. A.l\ ) ELECT RICHARD "CHUBBY" OELKERS T O STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP TWO RICHARD "CHUBBY" OELKERS IS A MERCHANT— NOT A POLITICIAN. HE HAS OWNED AND OPERATED SEVERAL STORES IN THE MIAMI BUSINESS SECTION FOR THE PAST 14 YEARS. IF ELECTED OELKERS PROMISES TO RUN THE STATE GOVERNMENT AS HE WOULD HIS OWN PERSONAL BUSINESS. (Paid Political Adv. by Frltada) A MAN OF HIS WORD OFFERS YOU HELP Opposed to political promises. Sen. Ernest R. Graham, war veteran, farmer, business man, proposes for Florida only that which he has PROVEN successful in his own business. %  4 ELECT ERNEST R, GRAHAM GOVERNOR (Paid Political Adr.) PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 2156 N. W. 27th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA S. Halperin Phone 3-4552 PAINTS FOR ALL PURPOSES I TO ALL VOTERS The Man You Elect Should Have NO Other Interests! ELECT PARK ALAN "BUCK" GRUNDY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Miami Beach HIS ONE PROMISE—"I will Devote My Entire Time to This Office without Favor. Fear or Prejudice!" SEND DAN CHAPPELL TO CONGRESS AN EX-SERVICE MAN With ABILITY-EXPERIENCE Mother* and Fathers: "Don-t let anyone play politics with the LIFE of your .oldier •on or daughter." -Dn Chappell PJ<1 Political Adv. PASSOVER GREETINGS ELEANOR'S HOUSE OF FASHION 2nd Ave. at S. E. 1st St. TO ALL JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER I Your County Commissioner N. P. "NEIGHBOR" LOWRY A HAPPY PASSOVER L. C. Bar & Package Store BOO Fifth Street PHONE 5-5121 PASSOVER GREETINGS GENERAL SHEET METAL 1943 N. W. Firit Court PHONE 2-3915 nUDAY^PRiL u m PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI FOOD STORES 65 N. E. Uth Street Best WUhei to our Man, Jewish Friends and Patron* MIAMI COAl AND OIL CO 1100 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2 7896 HAPPY PASSOVER THE STEINS DORIS SOL MARGERY GREETINGS URGICAL CO. SUPPLY 25 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-6683 TRUSSES BELTS ELASTIC STOCKINGS PHONE 2-9152 MARIA RESTAURANT THE HOME OF GOOD COOKING 2047 Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI, FLORIDA LET'S BEAT OPPENBORNIN OFFICE 18 YEARS Elect L. Raymond O'Sta JUSTICE OF THE PEACE and Judge of Small Claims Court DISTRICT No. 1 Subject to Democratic Primaries A Lawyer by Profession in Allapattah the Last Seven Ytui Precincts 1 to 23—33 to 4144 to 55 and 85 Office 1611 N. W. 36th Street Res. 1338 N. W. 34th Street (Paid poL Adv.) PULL LEVER 15B ELECT Paul O'Connor SHERIFF and insure fair, impartial law enforcement for all Dade CountyTen years chief of the Miami Internal Revenue office Paid Political Adv.



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APRIL 14. 1944 FRIDAY, In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami l ^*S*4S Beth Jacob: Concluding Passim Services on Thursday Eye0V B Aorii 13th. at 7, on Friday T/satSrday mornings at 9. Canf", Maurice Mamches will chant. +Jewish ncrMten I Friday morning EhVf's topic:will Rabbi Moses be "The KyinB Remnant." There will P^,morial services at 10:30 I May"morning, and Rabbi gSheloff will speak on -Give u e Liberty." npth Davirf: Concluding Pass* s ervices on Thursday Eve25. April 13th. at 7. Junior Ser""£ at 10:30 Friday morning. v,,kor Services Saturday morning at 10:30. Saturday morning Efbbi Max Shapiro s central theme for discussion will be The Greatest Memorial." Temple Israel: Thursday Evening at 8:15 Rabbi Jacob TarsEPPERSON FOR CONGRESS hish will speak on "Passover's Modern Message." Friday morning at 11 at the special memorial SC -X l i e .Sx abb / Tarshish' sermon will be "Do the Dead Live'" Friday evening at 8:15 the Rabbi will speak on "Passover and A as ter „~o How Much A re They Alike. Saturday morning at 11 the children of the Confirmation Class will conduct the services with the Rabbi. Schaarei Zedek: Thursday evening the Concluding Service for Passover will be at 7. Services on Friday and Saturday mornings at 9 will be joint Junior and Senior congregations. On Friday morning. Rabbi Simon April will speak on "The Song of Israel," and on Saturday morning he will deliver a Memorial Sermon. Mincha services Saturday evening at 7. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center: Services on Thursday evening will be at 7:15. Friday morning services at 9. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will speak on "The Test of Jewish Living." Friday Evening Services will be at 7:15, and Services on Saturday morning will be at 9. and Memorial Services will take place at 10:30 at which time Rabbi Lehrman will speak on "In Memoriam." Cantor A. David Wolf will chant the services. Beth Shalom: Concluding Passover Services arc scheduled for Thursday and Friday evenings at 7. Friday morning services 9:30 PAGE ELEVEN PASSOVER WISHES TO ALL JEWRY Mr. and Mrs. Saul Grief THE 4TH DISTRICT IS ENTITLED TO PROPER REPRESENTATION VOTE FOR CLYDE A. EPPERSON In Democratic Primary May 2. 1944 En'yone Mutt Register by April 15th in Order to Vote in Thi Years Primaries MKIcal \ i Paid for by Friend* ELECT MARSHALL McGINTY A Successful Business Man and Civic Leader—for CONSTABLE (District One) (Paid Pol Adv. by Friends) PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX. Representative LFA Far fee Beat fa Products: _WEST PALM BIACH WIX-CMAM--ICE Drink COCA COLA Coca Cola Bottling Company of West Palm Beach Florida SOUTHERN DAIRIES Pal— MatiomallT F Hm Elect U. T. M B-B FOR Constable DISTRICT ONE I pledge Honest Efficient Courteous and Full Time Attention to the duties of this important office. ri'Hlil I'I.I. Adv.) EVERYONE LOVES A WINNER Reliable Responsible RASMUSSEN —StateLegislature GROUP ONE INVITES YOUR SUPPORT MAY 2, 1944 E. L. RASMUSSEN (Paid Politic*] Adv.) Phone 5191 Waal Palm Beach. Fla. FOR YOUR NEXT GOVERNOR CHOOSE CAREFULLY Consider the merits and records of all the candidates and SUPPORT THE ONE YOU FIND BEST QUALIFIED. Florida needs for itt next governor the best man in the race. With your vote ^ will be hiring a man to handle the most responsible job in Florida. Don't lose sight of this facV VOTE WISELY Millard Caldwell has the ability, charactf3 temperament and experience to be an outrtandJ tag Governor of Florida. His rocord proves M For GOVERNOR Elect MILLARD CALDWELL (ItUlleil A4?._ Pal* fer >t MB* MlUart CaMwtflft j



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PAGE TWELVE *Jew is*HcrkUar FRIDAY, APRIL 14 NOTES OF Y. M. H. A. _bySAM SILVER Y In Diamondball League The Y Diamondball team has been entered in the City League this year and the team members are rearin' to go. They had ;' practice game with the Stanton Memorial team last Monday evening and won by a score of 6 to 5. That's a pretty close score and I've been told that it was a hotly contested game. The City League consists of teams representing Churches and various organizations in the community, and league games will be held everv Tuesday and Thursday > venings at Riverside Park (S. W, 4th Street and 8th Avenue >. and will start at 7 p.m. You'll find these games enjoyable so plan on attending them. The Y has r Steady IS THE INCREASE IN THE MANY THOUSANDS WHO VOLUNTARILY PLEDGE SUPPORT 70— Frank D. UPCHURCH GOVERNOR Because belief in the MAN has inspired faith in his PROGRAM. Political Adr. Paid lor by FrUndi ol F. D. Upchurch many colorful ball players, too. Here's the list of them: Lt. Davis Lachovitz, Sam Wieder, Joe l.evine, Billy Lubel. Herhy Kasliek. Izzy Schemer, Al Keisinan. Milton Friedman, the Three Berkowitz Brothers (Al. Abe and Harold). Ralph Gitlin, Al Werner. Eugene Somberg. Jack Uslan and Frank Rose, manager. With this array of tine players and with Frank, a veteran of the diamond, as manager, this Y should go places this year. Best of luck, fella's. Model Seder A Model Seder was held at the Y Thursday ol last week by the Youth Groups. This projec] was par! of the Y*s put pose h> inject Jewish tradition in its program foi the young people, lid Jewol this area attended the Sed< i David Jacobs performed the services: Blessing of the Candles was given by Iren< JaBilly Wilson gave the KidJi ii Mintzer asked the Kashes. Mr. Abraham Gani xecutive s< i n tary of the .•I ol Jewish Education, was thi guest speaker of the evei Adult Forum Group An adult forum group has bet n ir the discussion of j affair both national and Harry Gersti in ichairol i %  gn iups which will • on the second and fourth Wi ln< day: of even month h PASSOVER GREETINGS COURIC UDrive-It 340 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 21672 after. The body will not go outside of Us ranks for speakers, but will call upon its own members to serve as moderators from time to time. Maurice Grossman our director, served as model ator last Wednesday evening, topic of discussion was Juvenile Delinquency. Mr. Gerstebl issues an invitation to all adults to attend and participate in tne* forums. Federation Frolics One of the major aims of the Y is to train youth to be leaders of the community in time to come; and. in keeping therewith, it is necessary to Imbue the voting people with their responsibility to aivi charity. For that reason, the Y will hold the Federation Frolics some tune in Maj VMS will be a social affair for the en-| ioyment of the attendants, but during the course ol the evening an anneal will be made for contributions tO Federation. 1 ersonaly speaking, 1 believ< the ,rds ol the youth organizations as donors to charity are good, and feel thai it might be a good idl a tO educate some ol our adult.to their charitable responsibilities Be thai as il may, the Federation Frolics servei B worthwhile purpose Arts and Crafts Miss France.Ginsberg is conducting arts and crafts classes hildren from ti to 12 yi an ol age at the Y every Wedni sday I Friday at 4:30 p.m. Parents are invited to enroll their children in these cla Dramatics Miss Shirli y Rothschild is conducting drai i lasses for girls from 12 to 15 y< ars of age on Mondaj s al 4 War Don'l forgel tl on the battlefronts and don I forget your oblig itions in th ffort. Buy %  and stamps, contribute to the Red C oss, War Chest and Federation: become a regular I donoi Wi ite lettei I men in service. Be a patriotic citizen. PASSOVER GREETINGS V VIM. VIGOR. VITALITY MERCHANT'S EGG COMPANY 1200 N. W. 22nd Street PASSOVER GREETINGS TOUBY PAINTING CO. 669 N. W. Eighth Street MIAMI. FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS HELHLf'S 22 N. W. 1st STREET PASSOVER GREETINGS Flight and Ground School Instruction lor All Licenses and Ratings. Charter Service, Storage Facilities available at E.C.A. Seadrome Biscayne Blvd. at 112th St. EAST COAST AVIATION CO. Vote For and Support JIM HICKLAND CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE Fifth District (Miami Beach — Surfside Golden Beach) QUALIFICATIONS: ??20 years law enforcement officer in Dade county • HONEST-CAP ABLE-EFFICIENT ^Resident and Taxpayer of Miami Beach for 22 years Pull Down Lever 20-A Political Adv. Paid for by Friends ATTENTION Hotel and Apartment Owners STOCK REDUCTION SALE Savings to 50 o BAY STATE PAINT & WALLPAPER CO. 2047 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-0621 A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER JIMMIES GRILLE Bar and Liquor Store MIAMI, FLORIDA STEAKS CHOPS SEA FOODS Specializing ln Delicioue Charcoal Broiled NEW YORK SIRLOIN STEAKS Prepared and Served to AKing't Taate ENTERTAINMENT DANCING OPEN ALL NIGHT at th?V\ W Eiohth str tne E"fanc to Coral Gabfcj PASSOVER GREETINGS LA VIGNE ELECTRIC CO. 176 N. E. 20th STREET PASSOVER GREETINGS ROLLINS GARAGE 146 N. W. 54th Street PHONE 3-4634 GREETINGS TO ALL from M. L. BAKER Friden Calculators 120 N. E. 1st Street Miami PHONE 3-3159 m To All Our Patron. And Acquaintance. A MOST HAPPY w3j%  FLORIDA RATTAN FURNITURE MFG. CO 220 Alhambra Arcade PHONE 4.516? Buy War Savings Bonds. MEDIUM READER WHO TELLS Y0H WHAT YOU WISH TO KNOW OtoMd Wedn< -i... Honn II to X. J.-, rparllii K .. 26 to .•ii.l of line, wan, Ifalocfa west, or ride bui u to ,i,,,.' Phone 7-i.:-, foi appo 901 N. W. 79th STREET FOR SHERIFF ELECTl SEASON'S GREETINGS Your Loral Ford Dealer HUSKAMP MOTOR CO. 242 Alhambra Circle PHONE 4-2536 CORAL GABLES Buy Stamps and Bonds. R. B. Chastain QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE Paid Political Adv I y Fner.i Insure Representative Leadership ELECT GEO. S. O'KELl Candidate for LEGISLATURE Group One Resident of Dade County 34 Years Asks Your Vote and Support Familiar With Our Problems! Acquainted With Our People Knows Our Needs I (Political Adv. Paid for by M. R. S.)


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOL. 17No. 15
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
CLERGY INSTITUTE
HERE;
APRIL 17
1
il
AH indications point to a suc-
cessful meeting with reservations
increasing daily lor the Clergy
Institute to be held Monday,
Aonl 1". starting at 10 a. m. at
the Miami Women's Club. 1737
North Bayshore Drive. Miami.
More than "5 ministers of the
Greater Miami area have signi-
fied their Intention to be present
at the institute sponsored by the
Hillcl Foundation of the Univer-
sity of Miami. Dr. Abram L. Sa-
char, national director of the
Hilli'l Foundation, will conduct
the institute, the purpose of which
will be to enlighten those pres-
ent and discuss the "Founda-
tions of Judaism" and "Some
Popular Fallacies About the
Jews." The morning session will
be followed by a luncheon lor all
those attending with the compli-
ments of tin.' local Hillel Founda-
tion.
The institute will present data
to the ministers that will provide
the material through which they
will be prepared to answer ques-
tions concerning Judaism.
It is planned in the near future
to follow with institutes wherein
tie Catholic and Protestant
points of view will be presented.
BELGIAN GOVERNMENT
INDICTS NAZI LEADERS
London (JTA) The Belgian
government has doomed two Ges-
tapo leaders responsible for the
murder and mistreatment of 30,-
000 Jews in the Marines concen-
tration camp, it was announced
here. The two arc a Dr. Kroll,
who is reported to have been re-
sponsible for the organization of
the Lodz ghetto in Poland, and a
Major Schmidt.
Kroll is charged with robbing
Jewish internees who passed
through Malines en route to Pol-
andand of attacking Jewish
girl deportees. Schmidt, accord-
ing to the Belgian statement, used
Jews as targets for pistol prac-
tice and inflicted numerous in-
dignities on his prisoners.
ENTERTAINMENT
TENDERED FUND
JEWS OF CZERNOWITZ
SAVED FROM GERMANS
London (JTA)--The British gov-
ernment has made representations
to the Polish government-in-ex-
ile concerning the complaints of
Jewish soldiers in the Polish ar-
my that they were mistreated by
urn-Semitic officers and soldiers.
was disclosed in the House of
Commons this week by Foreign
Minister Anthony Eden
Wen revealed that a number of
Jewish deserters" from the Pol-
army have recently been
wnsfcrrwi to the British forces
*use they maintained that
!?.'" n" ,oner "ble to tal-
^atethecondiuuns in the Polish
"my- Queried by Tom Driberg,
ndep,nd(.nl M {i| whl.ther jt w
*LJ ,,any Folish Jewish
2"ers and sailors were await-
, "t martial on charges of
afi\ and whether their
Sa l" the Briish force*
that .,," Brraned. Eden replied
BftSS? Bn arra"Kement with
ishd?s vernment some Jew-
"whtch L'r!i l,ad ,,('l'n transferred
cepS.r, "U'",|i "n ***& ex"
prin ",,' d?;" tUW from normal
WS, '" ^^en from one
",cd "-my to another"
^"Semitism^irnPolish
*Y Subject of Debate
plWiDiK"1 ,n "" ,>,jllsh Army
bate .n'i'.'1 "n"""'<- stormy de-
* heefSlnSM ,h,s week on
Anthony Ed'' "1',:Kn Se"-tary
?m* ubSr i5stwB| n the
berg. iSS d hy T<;m Dri"
ASHSS^s1, ab,mt a dozen
5*2? ?al^.and,'d thal the ov-
^^ntferofgon1? l'.J facilitate
frm the V J('w,sh soldiers
forces ,"1,sh l the British
SETS UP MIME
B.B. GIRLS nnDER
Chicago. 111.A national or-
ganization of B'nai B'rith Girls
j to serve as a feminine counter-
part to the Aleph Zadik Aleph.
I B'nai B'rith's youth organiza-
tion for teen age boys, will be
in ate 1 at a meeting of national
leaders of the B'nai B'rith Wo-
men and regional leaders of the
B'nai B'rith Girls to be held Sa-
turday evening, April 22nd. and
all day Sunday. April 23rd, at
the Stevens Hotel, Chicago, ac-
OCrding to an announcement by-
Mrs. Maurice Turner. Chicago,
president of the Women's Su-
preme Council of B'nai B'rith.
Sarah Rose Schwartz, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
of Miami, was selected as a
delegate and will attend the con-
vention to represent the B'nai
B'rith girls for the Fifth District.
A major project of the Wo-
men's B'nai B'rith, which is con-
vening the meeting, the B'nai
B'rith Girls now have a member-
ship ->f over 12.000 organized in
238 local chapters. Coordination
of these local units into a na-
tional body was approved by
the 1943 annaul meeting of the
Women's Supreme Council and
by the 1944 meeting ol the Na-
tional Executive Committee of
B'nai B'rith. Establishment of
a national B'nai B'rith Girls or-
ganization will be followed later
by the creation of a B'nai B'rith
Youth Commission to govern the
affairs of the B'nai B'rith Girls
and the Aleph Zadik Aleph
First organized in California
in 1927, the B'nai B'rith Girls
now have chapters in more than
125 cities of the United States
and Canada, and recently creat-
ed new units in Leeds and Birm-
ingham, England. In the absence
of a national organization, the
programs and activities ol the
B'nai B'rith Girls have been co-
ordinated by the Women's Su-
preme Council of B'nai B'rith,
whose national chairman of B nai
B'rith Girls Activities is Mrs.
Louis L. Perlman of Chicago.
A buffet supper and entertain-
ment will be tendcied to workers
of the 1944 United Appeal Fund
Raising Campaign, their hus-
bands and wives by the officers
and executive committee of trie
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
on Sunday evening, April 16. The
affair, admission by invitation
only, will be held at the Wofford
Hotel, 2400 Collins Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, with the buffet din-
ner taking place from 6:30 to
8:30 o'clock to be followed by a
meeting at 9 o'clock. This func-
tion will serve as a wind-up of
the campaign which formally op-
ened on March 19 with the goal
Of S190.095.
Monte Selig, ciiairman of the
board, will preside at the meet-
ing, at which time division heads
and their captains will make-
final reports on their progress in
canvassing the remaining pros-
pective contributors and seeking
funds to raise the sum necessary
to reach the quota set. Merit
citations will be awarded to the
outstanding workers and division
heads in the diive during the
evening.
Following the meeting an ar-
ray of night club entertainment
will be presented after which
there will be dancing to the mu-
sic of Manny Gates' orchestra.
Jake Sher. camoaign chairman,
has asked that all workers make
an intensive effort to cover the
remaining cards in their posses-
sion so that they can have a com-
plete report for Sunday night's
affair.
Mrs. Benjamin Bronston and
Mrs. Joseph Stein are co-chair-
men of the arrangements com-
mittee.
All co-chairmen and captains
will serve as hostesses and art-
assisting with the arrangements.
Jerusalem (JTA)Of the 50.-
000 Jews who lived in Czernowitz
before the war, about 15,000 may
have been saved by the Russian
army which re-captured that Rol
manian city last week, it was re-
ported by Jewish refugees from
Romania who arrived in Haifa
this week, shaving left Czerno-
witz on March 21, nine days lie-
fore the Germans retreated
The refugees, most of whom
were confined in a labor camp
near Czernowitz, also expressed
the belief that many of the 75,-
000 Jews deported to Transnistra
are still alive, since the Germans
retreated so hastily that it is un-
likely that they were able to car-
ry out any large scale massacres.
E D. S. JEWS
(IDT AFFECTED BT
Army-Navy Committee
Thanks Jewish People
PALESTINE JEWS CONCERNED
OVER ISSUANCE OF QUOTA
Jerusalem (JTA)Jewish lead-
ors here are concerned at the tail-
ure of the Palestine administra-
tion to issue the immigration
schedule for the three-month pe-
riod beginning April 1. The us-
ual procedure heretofore has
been for the administration to
notify the Jewish Agency in ad-
, vance of Rie number of cert if i-
' cates that would be made avail-
I able to it.
It is a genuine pleasure for
me to thank the Jewish Com-
munity of Miami for the excel-
lent hospitality they have
shown the Jewish Servicemen
and women during the Passov-
er Sedorim.
Every Jewish man and wo-
man in the Armed Forces in
this area, as well as outlying
areas was accommodated eith-
er in a Jewish home, or at a
Public Seder.
Unfortunatelj. many families
who were contacted for hospi-
tality prior to the holidays wen-
disappointed because they did
not have a servictman at their
table for the Seders. This was
clue primarily to the fact that
many boys were shipped to
other areas, something over
which we had no control.
I want to thank these fami-
lies ..s well, for their patience
and kindness.
May God grant that this ter-
rible catastrophe be terminat-
ed soon, and that all the men
;md women in the Armed
Fores will be back with their
loved "ncs once more.
Sincerely yours,
SAM BLANK. Chairman
Greater Miami Army-Navy
Committee of the JWB
Washington (JTA)In answer
to a query as to the United States'
position regarding discrimination
against American Jews seeking
to enter Palestine, the State De-
partment told the Jewish Teh
graphic Agency that it was their
understanding that several thou-
sand potential immigrants can
still proceed to Palestine under
the total allowed by the British
White Paper of 1939 and have
no reason to believe that the Pal-
estine Administration will dis-
criminate against American citi-
zens.
(It is understood that the more
than 20,000 Palestine visas which
can still be issued under the
terms of the While Paper are re-
stricted by the British authori-
ties to refugees. At present the
Palestine Government is refusing
to issue visas to several hundred
Jews in Yemen on the theory
that they are not refugees from
Nazi-held Europe.)
It was pointed out to the State
Department that non Jewish
Americans will not be affected
by the White Paper ban and,
therefore, the measure is regard-
ed as constituting discrimination
against American citizens be-
cause of their religious faith. The
department, however, declared
they would not take a stand on
the post-war situation especially
since no shipping was available
to take American citizens to Pal-
estine now anyway. If a case
of an American" citizen seeking
admittance being denied it comes
up. they will deal with the prob-
lem then, the department said.
Two Jew Suspects Killed
By Palestine Policemen
Jerusalem (JTA)Two Jews.
I suspected of being responsible
for the recent outbreaks in Haifa,
were killed this week in the Yav-
niel settlement in an exchange
of shots with the police. The po-
lice surrounded a house in the
settlement when they were in-
formed that two terrorists were
hiding there. They were met by
gun fire from the house and re-
plied, killing the two men inside.
No police casualties were report-
ed.
An exchange of shots took place
in Jerusaleifi and in Tel Aviv ov-
er the Passover week-end be-
tween oolice and persons distrib-
uting leaflets of the terrorist or-
ganization Irgun Zvai Leumi. No
casualties were reported and no
arrests were made.
BE
HELD BY BEACH 1
Th3 Y.M. & W.H.A. of Miami
Beach is sponsoring its gala ba-
zaar and carnival this week-end
starting on Saturday night and
continuing all day Sunday and
Monday, with elaborate enter-
tainment preset.ted every eve-
ning.
The spacious grounds at 1 Lin-
coln Road have been decorated
and booths will be placed both
on the grounds and in the Y
buildings.
This is the first bazaar staged
by the organization and the com-
mittee- headed by Alfred B. Ros-
enstein arc making plans to make
the affair outstanding and enter-
taining, in addition to raising
funds tor the organization. Un-
der him and in charge of the mer-
chandise committee are Rudy
Adler. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky. Mrs.
Philip Salmon, Mrs. Ed. J.
Weinstein, and Mrs. Dorothy
Borenstein. The publicity com-
mittee is headed by Philip V.
Salmon, assisted by Mrs. Carl
Susskind. Mrs. Harry Platoff.
Mrs. Morris Goldman. Miss Polly
Gershon, Gus Trau, Herman.
Basch. Paul Weitzman, Morris
Alpert. Hyman Leibson, and Mrs.
Samuel Mason. Others serving
on the committee are I. Arono-
vitz. I. Goldstein, Mrs. Moses
Krieger, Sol J. Levy, Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, Mrs. Benjamin Mey-
ers. Mrs Milton Sirkin, Edward
S. Fink, and Harry Zukernick.
A nominal admission charge
has been set which will entitle
the holder to admission to the
entire bazaar.
A wide variety of articles, in-
cluding many articles unobtain-
able at the present time, have
been gathered for the event
Games of all types will be feat-
ured during the three-day affair.
POLISH SBEDIEBS
TRANSFERRED TO
London (JTA) JewLsh sol-
diers who. because of anti-Semi-
tism in the Polish Army, have
been transferred to the British
armed forces, will be considered
by the Polish military authorities
as "deserters" and the Polish
State will "in the future" hold
them responsible, says an order
of the day issued by Gen. See-
nkowski. Commandcr-in-Chief of
the Polish armed forces.
At the same time, it was admit-
ted in Polish circles here that the
majority of the 600 Jews wha
still remain in the Polish armed
forces are serving faithfully de-
spite all provocation!?. Several
members of the Polish Army
whose anti-Semitic activities have
driven more than 170 Polish
Jewish soldiers into British units
have already been dealt with by
court martials, Polish official
circles stated without disclosing,
however, the verdicts of the
court. Thirty Jewish soldiers who
left the Polish Army and came
to London recently to seek en-
listment in the British forces,
have been arrested and returned
to their units.
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ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
^^ NATIONAL COUNCIL^
J. W. V. AUXILIARY
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Freda Markowitz Post No. 174,
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, distributed oranges
to the Army Air Regional Hos-
pital, Miami Biltmore Unit, Coral
Gables, for the current holiday.
President Minnie Kline is in re-
ceipt of letters of appreciation
for the fine work and contribu-
tions made by the Ladies' Auxil-
iary of Freda Markowitz Post
towards the comfort and enjoy-
ment of Servicemen and women
m local hospitals, as well as
camps. Additional workers are
needed, and the organization
would welcome those interested
in this type of service.
PIONEER WOMEN
The Pioneer Women's Organ-
ization will hold its Fifth Annual
Dinner at the Wotford Hotel. 24th
Street and Collins Avenue. 1
am
Apr
may be made by calling 2-2730
or 3-7964.
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
An outstanding program c -
maxes the forum lecture series
sponsored by the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. Miami b-C-
'The closing lecture of the Post-
war Planning series will be neia
Tuesday. April 18 at 1:45 p.m. at
the YW-YMHA, 1 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. .
Discussion of the topic Youth
in the Post-War World'' will be
shared by Dr. Abiam L. Sachar.
National Director of B nai B run
Hillel Foundation, and author and
treet ana Lowns nvtum., ". ""'"'----1 ",L ",. 7,.ith Mr/ Wil-
ni Beach. Sunday evening, lecturer, togethei with Mr wii
pril 23. at 6:30 p.m. A fish din- Ham Kesselman, director of th
r will be served. Reservations Hillel Foundation at the Univei-
sity of Miami.
Talented student members ot
the local Hillel Foundation will I
The United States Marine^
FRIDAY, APRIL U. i944
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AbranrSachar'ar a gathering of I members, Mrs Benjamin LeVine.
the group on Monday evening., Mrs. Ada Jose;:n. Mr:
April 17 at 8:15 at the Miami | Honoroff,
Mrs. Morris Alpert.
M. B. IEWISH CENTER
The annual donor luncheon of
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center will take place on
the lawn of the Lear School. 1010
West Ave., Miami Beach, Tues-
day afternoon, April 18th. The
afternoon has been planned by
Mrs. Irving Firtei and Mrs. Jo-
seph Rose. A fashion show will
highlight the entertainment, fol-
lowing the luncheon. Reserva-
tions may be made by calling
either of the chairmen at 5-4890
or 5-2012. In case of rain the
affair will be held the next day
at the same time and place.
Beach Jewish Center. 1415 Sue-
lid Ave. Dr. Sachar will discuss
present day Palestine and its
problems. Mrs. Harry Faber,
president will have charge of
the evening, which will include j
an invocation by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman with musical selections
by Cantor Abraham D. Woll. |
This meeting is another in the
series of activities to stimulate
membership of the Pioneer Wo-
men's Organization. Assisting
Mrs Faber are Mrs. Edward
Weinstein. and Dr. Sonia Kamen-
Mrs. Jeannette Good. Mrs. Har-
old Ungerleider, Mis. George Ad-
ler. Mrs. Herman Wepman. Mrs.
Stuart Gordon and Mrs. Joseph
Kolber.
The Forum benefits the Coun-
cil Scholarship Fund.
,'4L
SCHAAREI ZEDEK___
The Ladies' Auxiliary <>f
Schaarei Zedek will hold a meet-
ing at the synagogue, 1545 S. W.
Third St., Wednesday, April 12
weinstein. ann ur. auma ivaiueu- .l{ 2pm
etsky. A report of the Tag Day ,' Mrs; Edward MosSi Co-chair-
which netted mc.re than $1,000.
will be given at the meeting.
B. B. WOMEN
TIED THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Are.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
FrL. April 14Last Day
The Kansan '
WITH
RICHARD DIX, JANE WYATT
ALBERT DEKKER
VICTOR JORY

Starts Sat., at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun., Thru Tue., April 15-18
Hi
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WITH
MARTHA RAYE
CAROLE LANDIS
KAY FRANCIS
JIMMY DORSEY'S BAND
AND THESE GUEST STARS
BETTY GRABLE. ALICE
FA YE. CARMEN MIRANDA
EXTRA!
"SO. AMERICN FRONT"
IN THE LATEST
AUTHENTIC ISSUE OF
MARCH OF TIME
ird
man, announces completion of
plans for their Spring Time Coun-
try Fair to be given under the
auspices of the Ladies' Auxiliary
of Schaarei Zedek for tin- benefit
Mrs. Benjamin Landau, pub- of the Talmud Torah Fund. The
licity chairman of the women's Fair will be held on April 25th
group of Sholem Lodge, reports at Biscayne Temple, 129 N. W.
that a luncheon and entertain- 15th Ave.
ment will take piace early in -
May and will culminate the mem-
bership drive now under way.
Every member is expected to j The B'nai B'rith Girls held an
bring at least one new member j initiation and installation meet-
to the luncheon. In order to re- mR iast Thursday at the home of
ceive the proper publicity in the < Miss Harriet Hart. Seven new
National Buplletin. it is urgently j Kir]s 1)wanit, members. They in-
requested that all members eon- c]udc. Misses Terry Fishman,
tact Mrs. Ida Optner chairman R0Selyn Goldstein. Thelma Gold-
of war service. 2352: S. W. 24th j flcldt Jackic Levy Adele Lifter,
Terrace, or phone and re- Dorothy Michaleson and Margie
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS
port their service activities in-
cluding rationing boards, victory
gardens, any Red Cross activi-
ties, knitting, sewing, surgical
dressing, etc., fats, paper and
metal salvage, U. S. O. service,
blood donor. Red Cross contribu-
tions, kits fitted, Gray Ladies.
SPINOZA FORUM
Ramona Sawyer Barth. wife of
Rev. Joseph Barth, will be guest
speaker this Saturday afternoon
at 3 o'clock at the Spinoza Fo-
rum, meeting under the canopy
on the lawn of the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson. 11th St.. be-
tween Collins and Ocean Drive.
Miami Beach. Mrs. Barth will
review the book. "They Shall
Not Sleep." by Leland Stowe.
Joseph Tepper will preside.
Waldman. Miss Edith Schulman,
president, headed the installation
program.
M. I. ORTHODOX
P^TJ^P^RTIES or w]
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ADMINISTER A
MARRIAGE
The marriage of Mrs. Hclene
Lovitz to Mr. Lou Goldsmith of
New York will take place Sun-
day, April 16, at the home of
Mrs. Lovitz. 658 N. E. 73rd St.
Miami. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish of
Temple Israel will perform the
ceremony. The couple will leave
for New York immediately,
where they will reside.
Mrs. Lovitz has been a mem-
ber of the community for many
years and has been prominent in
communal activities. She has
served as an officer of a number
of organizations. She was presi-
dent of Senior Hadassah, resign-
ing the office because of moving
to New York.
H
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
In Memoriam
DAVID L. LEVY
Beloved Husband and Father
Levy Family
Departed April 14, 1943
Never to be forgotten
BEA AND CHILDREN
A meeting of the Sisterhood of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation will take place Tues-
day afternoon, April 18. at 2
o'clock.
A. Z. A.
Sunday evening. Miami A.Z.A
Chapter No. 322 will present with
cooperation of all the other A.Z.A.
and B'nai B'rith Girls groups, an
affair to honor Milton Friedman
There will be a variety show in-
cluding a sneak prevue of a com-
ing movie. Among the acts lined
up for the show are the two Per-
sonality Boys, Ben Pivos and Al
Schwartz, imitators, Professor
Ahmid the Great, magician, and
Miss Judy Nelson, soprano.
1944
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Dietary Laws Observed
SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY
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Washington Are. at 13th St.
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And for your convenience
Moms Brother's New Ap-
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70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
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in a True Moroccan
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COCKTAILS
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225 N. E. 70th Street
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1700 N. W. 25th Avenue
Alligator Wrestling, Alligator
Finn. Museum, Wishing
Well. Curio Shop
Take Bus No. 15 or Yacht
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THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
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coupled with our modern facilities and oar efficient
and courteous personnel enable us Co provide a
funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved
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FRIDAY
APRIL 14. 1944
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
_n_n.r |---*^^***-'-- ,-,,-, i-i_ri_n.iui_
a Mrs Joseph Rose of
M' Reach have as their house
Mia,,K Mr ana Mrs. Samuel
rt.nTof Baltimore, brother-
fffiii **Li Mrs-Rose
u Jennie Rot fort returned to
frfSt,Tuesday after spend.njK
to* c'L.,nd in Savannah. A
i5dK of the Fifth Dis-
H B'nu. BTith Women's Aux-
. assisted in organizing
"SnS there. Dr. Abram L.
S SSrSade the trip with Mrs.
SSt and *oth addressed atn-
thei Dr- Sachar con-
SffitorTiour of several Q*or-
^ cities b tore returning.
Mr and Mrs Abe Grossman of
BUnbeth New Jersey, are spend-
"he holidays with their broth-
"V',1 gigter. Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
^ GrSsman. 1421 S. W. Fifth
Street. ______
Mr and Mrs. A Kirschenbaum.
"27 S W. Hth Avenue announce
ihe engagement of their daugh-
! Betty Ann to S/Sgt. Maurice
Kornick of the U. S Army Air
Forces Sgt Kornick is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kornick
of Chicago. Illinois. No date has
been set for the wedding.
Mrs. Arthur Fine and children
of Cincinnati. Ohio, are visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs H
H. Miller, 1781 S. W. 23rd St.
The Misses Hilda and Elaine
Escoll of Elkins Park, Penna.
are visiting with their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. I. Mannheim-
er, 1054 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Miami Beach. Miss Hilda Escoll
is representing the Blue Moun-
tain Camps of Pennsylvania.
Pfc. and Mrs. Walter Mackauf
and daughter arc visiting Mrs.
Mackauf's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Berkowitz. After a ten-
day stay, they will return to Gulf-
port, Miss., where Pfc. Mackauf
is stationed.
ALLEN MORRIS WRITES
OF GREEN'S CHANCES
MIAMI BEACH MAN DIES
IN CRASH OF AIRPLANE
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller left
last Saturday to visit then son
Robert who is in the Army Air
Corps stationed at Waco, Texas,
Blacklands Field. They will re-
turn about the 20th.
ENGAGEMENT
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HEALTH
FOOD SHOP
Cafeteria and Bakery
12 S. E. First St. 2-0356
(Opposite Burdina's)
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Oidover
announce the engagement of their
daughter Estelle to 1st Ll. David
Shapiro of New York.
UNVEILING
HAPPY
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
To Our Many
Jewish Friends
N. W. 1st Street
and Miami River
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Max
Wohl of Hollywood, Florida took
place Sunday, April 2 at 1 p. m.
at the Jewish section of tte
Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Rabin
Max Shapiro of the Beth David
Congregation officiated. Mr. Sid-
ney Palmer, of the Palmer Monu-
ment Company was in charge
of arrangements
Allen Morris in his "Cracker
Politics" of Sunday states: "Now
the years of planning are behind
him -md Lex Green faces the
electorate for the decision of his
lifetime." In other words, Lex
Green gave up the security of his
second Congressional district,
which he had represented since
March 4, 1925. He did this in
order to prepare for the organiza-
tion of a gubernatorial campaign,
his friends point out.
"Reports from all sections of
the state indicate, at this writ-
ing, that Lex Green will dispose
of his opponents in the coming
Democratic primary as he did
two years ago in his contest for
Congressman-at-Large. He won
the first primary by 133.347 votes
out of 258,668 cast. A summary
of these reprints indicate that
Lex Green is now leading in 47
of the state's 67 counties." his
supporters further stated.
Lex Green will be in Miami.
April 19th when he will address
the voters of Dadc county in Bay-
front Park at 8 p. m. Lex Green
and his many fi lends extend a
cordial invitation to everyone to
attend this gathering. He will
also speak Friday evening, April
21st at 8 o'clock in the high
school auditorium at Miami.
Beach.
Green telegraphed his local of-
fice this week, stating:
"I am glad to advise presiden-
tial approval of FWA project
8-291 for construction and
equipping addition to recreation
facility for service men in Miami
with Federal contribution in the
amount of $68,600, applicant's
contribution City of Miami in
the amount of $29,400."
Funeral services for Irvin S.
Bernstein, 23, a civilian instruc-
tor in naval aeronautics, who
was killed in an airplane crash
at Raymond Field, Macon. Ga.,
on Monday, was held at 1 p. m.
Thursday at Riverside Memorial
Chapel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
officiated.
Bernstein was the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Bernstein, of
1560 Michigan Ave.; a sister, Mrs.
Rosalie Edwards, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., and a brother, Norman Bern-
stein, who is overseas, survive.
Interment was in Mt. Nebo
cemetery.
Beach Jewish Center to
Address by Mr. Gannes
U. of M. Symphony Heard
In Subscription Concert
The last subscription concert
sponsored by the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra will
be heard Sunday afternoon at
4:15 o'clock, staged at the Miami
Senior High School. Haydn's
Oratorio "Creation" will be
played, and Wellington Ezekiel,
bass-baritone; Arturo do Filippi,
tenor; Betty Dorsey Smith, so-
prano, and Mary Davitts, soprano,
will be featured.
A BEST investmentA United
States War Bond. Buy often.
Abraham P. Gannes, executive
director of the Board of Jewish
Education, will address the adult
classes of Miami Beach Jewish
Center, on Wednesday evening,
April 19.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
E. T. HARPER
BAIL BONDS
Civic Building
OFFICES
IN MODERN BUILDING
Plenty llcht, mil ventllatedi aetf-
service elevator! Wash. Av< un.i
15th St.. near Lincoln Bond. Reas-
onable rental on lOMCi
M. GILLER, Aat.
1448 Waih. Ave.,
Phone 5-5875
BRITH
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY
J. C. (JACK) KIMBALL
i___________________
The brith milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Sootin
351 West 46th St.. Miami Beach,
took place Sunday at St. Fro, cis
Hospital. Rabbi S. M. Macntei
officiated.
OBITUARIES
[FOOD FOR THE EPICURE
Fsrmtrly At Thi Conl Gablts Country Club
DINING ROOM
NOW OPEN
ANTILLA HOTEL
"Coral Gables Finest"
DINNER HOURS
, (Closed Every Friday.)
Weekdays Sundays
5-30 to 9 P. M. 4:00 to 9 P. M.
Inquiries Welcomed for Bridge Luncheons
and Special Parties
RICHARD EDELSTEIN. 14-
-vtar-old Miami Beach student.
dud m a local hospital Monday
night. He came here from
Brooklyn, N. Y.. tight years ago
with his parents. Dr. and Mrs.
George I. Edelstcin, 6959 Collins
Avenue. The Riverside Memor-
ial chapel sent the body to New
York for funeral services and in-
terment.
Milton E. Kleiman. 35, of 1411
Lenox Ave.. Miami Beach, died
in a hospital last Friday. His
death followed by 10 days that of
his brother, Herbert. Surviving
are his wife. Mrs. Lenore Klei-
man, Miami Beach; his mother.
Mrs. Jane Kleiman. Cleveland;
two brothers and three sisters.
Services were at 3 p. m. Friday
in Riverside Memorial Chapel,
with burial in Woodlawn Park.
Harry Smart to Observe
His 74th Birthday Monday
Harry Smart will be tendered
a reception al the Miami Y. Mon-
day evening by a group of friends
on the occasion of his 74th birth-
day. Mr. Smart has been care-
taker of the Y for the past 10
years.
Your Support Appreciated
I. C. (JACK)
KIMBALL
FOR
JUSTICE OF
THE PEACE
5th DISTRICT
Subject to
Democratic Primaries
Endorsed by
Many Prominent Citizens
PLEASE PULL LEVER 19-B
(Paid Pol, A4v i
(le-eiect
CLAUDE
PEPPER
4fG44A,
U.S. SENATOR
Experience and
Aggressiveness Count
Democratic Primary
May 2. 1944
Paid Politico! Adv.
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CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE
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CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS
CMering to Organisation!. Parties, and Banquets
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JEWELRY lEPAlllM
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Jewel ft s
2j0 HAICVON ABCADt
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FOR A TRUE ADMINISTRATION OF IUSTICE
ELECT
GEORGE
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IUSTICE OF PEACE
DISTRICT 5
Subject to May Primaries
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RE-ELECT
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DOUGLAS
AS
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Continue to profit from the
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of proven ability, experience,
integrity and a desire to be
of service to the public a/d
his fellow citizens. His de-
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evidence .nd he will con-
tinue to follow that policy.
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The Jewish Floridian
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Ebtered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1944
NISAN 21, 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 15
CLERGY INSTITUTE
Anti-Semitism and antis of all kinds are created, caused, and
exist principally by virtue of the ignorance and lack of know-
edge of these disseminators of hate and discord. Raised from
childhood in environments that teach a dislike for Jew, a dis-
trust for Catholic, and disregard for other groups, young child-
ren reach maturity with a developed antagonism that puts
forth this disturbing trouble-creating element continuously.
Educators, preachers of tolerance and understanding and the
untold hundreds of groups and organizations ore untiring in
their efforts, all expending their energies to penetrate this wall
of distrust, disbelief and hate. Their programs are presented
in every form and fashion to educate and present the truth to
combat the spreaders of hate.
What better way is there than that of the Clergy Institute to
be held here in Miami on Monday of the coming week? Spon-
sored by the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami the
Institute has invited the clergy of the Greater Miami area to
hear an outstanding authority, Dr. Abram L. Sachar speak and
discuss "The Foundations of Judaism," and "Some Popular
Fallacies About the Jews." A large portion oi the ministers
about seventy-five, have already accepted tha invitation to
be present.
Through the Institute, the Christian Ministry of Greater Miami
will come to know better the Hebraic heritage and its relation-
ship to Christianity. Anxious to prevent misunderstandings and
misconceptions from spreading to the detriment ot the American
way of life, these ministers, enlightened themselves, will be
equipped with understanding and adequate data to answer
and refute occasions that need this attention.
So we say, what better way is there for real education?
Supplying the source of leadership through which thousands
come for advice, counsel, guidance and understanding is a
certain and concrete way to build for good. The Institute is
a measure of untold good that will bear much fruit for the
future.
HEBREW CALENDAR
PASSOVER
Last Two Day*
April U and 15
Ro.h Hode.h .y.r. Mon April 25
Shabuot............8un- Mr_f^_
RESIDENTS WILL HEAR
SOUTH AMERICAN MAN
Rachalle Yarben. a delegate.to
the Pan-American Convention
from thi> Jewish Agency and di-
rector of Latin American Depart-
ment will deliver a lecture .
the Hotel Frederick, corner >f
Washington Avenue and am at,
Miami Beach. Saturday evening
at 8 o'clock. This lecture will
be given under the auspices of
the Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tions of Greater Miami, and is
open to the public.
B'nai ITrith Lodge Gives
Flag to State Guardsmen
Sholem Lodge D'nai B'rith was
present at parade review of the
Florida State Guard last Tuesday
evening with a committee repre-
senting the organization making
a presentation of an American
flag to the Guard. The accept-
ance was made by Major John T.
Bills, who expressed his appre-
ciation to Milton A. Friedman,
president, who made the presen-
tation. Nat Roth, chairman of
the Americanism committee, as-
sisted.
County Committee Will
Hold Rally Friday Night
Miami Beach Group 12 of the
Dadc County Democratic Execu-
tive Committee is holding a po-
litical rally at the North Beach
Elementary School at 41st Street
Friday evening. April 14. at 8:15
o'clock. All Democratic candi-
dates have been invited. Among
those who have accepted, and
will speak at the rally, is Senator
Claude Pepper.
SHERIFF CANDIDATE TO
BE FEATURED SPEAKER
R. B. Chastain. candidate for
sheriff of Dade county, fill be
the featured speaker at a rally
scheduled for 8:15 Saturday in
Triangle Park ai Hialeah. Other
candidates will be introduced
and allowed to speak briefly.
There also will be a musical pro-
gram.
"Labor has been compelled to deal with multiple boards, fif-
teen or twenty of them. One of the matters that I have recom-
mended is that there should be a member of the Cabinet who;
speaks for labor and represents labor in all its many contacts'
with government. No one could be more condemnatory of
strikes in wartime than 1 or most labor leaders have been. You'
don't solve the problem of strikes by legislation. You solve it
by creating an atmosphere in which there is no occasion for
strikes to arise. The government must be fair, firm and non
discriminatory."Wendell Willkie.
"It is generally agreed that we are entering into the crucial
period of the war. What has been described as the 'beginning
of the end' seems at hand. This does not mean that there is
cause for complacency or relaxation of the tremendous efforts
that have been exerted at home. Those efforts on the produc-
tion front, on farms and in every phase of our wartime eco-
nomic activity must be kept at a high peak if victory over our
enemies is to be concluded in the shortest possible time. None
of us at home has any real basis for prediction of the military
developments that are certainly impending. We can only sur-
mise that actions of great moment are an immediate prospect.
. The American people will know only after the first great
blow has been struck. When that hour comes it will be a time
of sadness and heart-break in many American homes. This is
the price that must be paid for freedom and security. It is also
a time when we must have supreme confidence in our leaders
if we are to push to speedy victory."Sen. Harry S. Truman.
___TIDBITS FROM EVER
fJUdcJtfy eotigidenUai
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Recently re-elected as president
of the Y. M. & W. H. A. of Miami
Beach.
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Insure Your Tomorrow.
SLANTS ON SLANTS .. .
In reporting Representative James M. Curley's defense 0|
the Jewish record in this war the Associated Press slanted
Washington dispatch very oddly ... It emphasized the reprint
of Curley's speech in the Congressional Record cost $900
The AP should be ashamed of itself, for using a Nazi angle in
a story that should have been utilized to counteract the and-
anti-Semitic whispering campaign Eliahu Ben Horin is the
author of a very interesting article in the April issue of Harper'.
Magazine, entitled "The Soviet Wooing of Palestine" ... The
article purports to show why the Soviet Union might be inter-
ested in entering "into an active alliance with Palestine Jewry"
. The only thing wrong with the article is a between-the-linej
anti-Soviet slant ... But the general thesis of the article con
tains more truth than poetry .
THE ZIONIST ANGLE .
Major-General Orde Charles Wingate, who recently was
kiled in an airplane crash behind the Jap lines in Burma, was
a very close friend of Dr. Chaim Weizmann Whie he was
not a Jew, it was his plan to devote himself to the upbuilding of
Jewish Palestine after the war ... He was a firm believer in a
Jewish Army, and, is reported to have said to Weizmann: "Once
you have a Jewish state in Palestine I'll apply for the job of
Minister of Defense" Wingate spoke Hebrew fluently, and
was well versed in Hebrew letters and Biblical literature ...
Among the delegates attending the national convention oi
Hashomer Hatzair at Chicago this week are Mitzi Brainin and
Helen Weisgalthe former being a granddaughter of Reuben
Brainin, the latter the daughter of Meyer W. Weisgal ... How
times does march on! .
THIS AND THAT .
After her new play, "The Searching Wind," opens on Broad-
way, dramatist Lillian Hellman will fly to England, where she
will write the screen play for Sir Alexander Korda's production
of Tolstoy's "War and Peace" ... In the making are some Vic-
tor recordings of Dorothy Parker monologues, with Ilka Chase
doing the monologues Pianist Vladimir Horowitz is planning
a nationwide competition for pianists the winner of which will
be sponsored on a coast-to-coast concert tour with leading
musical organizations .
FOR A FACT .
Leonard Lyons tells this amusing story about the eighty-
year-old father of movie producer Boris Morros ... The old
gentleman came to Hollywood only very recentlyhow recent-
ly you can judge from the fact that he lived through the entire
siege of Leningrad ... So now he lives in a beautiful Holly-
wood home, has an opportunity, now and then, to see his
young soldier-grandson, and meets all the great entertainers
of the film capital ... But instead of basking contentedly in
all this splendor, not to mention the California sunshine, the
senior Morros seemed a bit unhappy and restless Seeing
this, his son was distressed, and determined to do something
about it "I can see there's something you want, father,"
he said to his sire, "and you know that I'll give it to you if
you'll only ask for it ... So please tell me what I can do to
make you really happy" After considerable urging the
father finally spoke what was on his mind ... "I have only one
wish," he said, "to return to Leningrad." .
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Dr. Philip Hillkowitz. president of the Jewish Consumptive^
Relief Society since its inception, and one of the founders o.
that organization, also founded the American Society of Chem-
ical Pathologists and served as its first president Reports
from Washington indicate that Dr. Isaac J. Silverman of that
city's Callinger Hospital has developed a new emergency
treatment for acute alcoholisma condition which, you should
know, can be extremely dangerous, and often has a fatal out-
come Congratulations to publicist and author Constance
Hope (she wrote "Publicity is Broccoli" remember?) on her
appointment as Director of Artist Relations for Red Seal Rec-
ords Did we ever tell you about Jacob Neumarket, the ei
terprising refugee who has established what is probably the
only "zipper hospital" in the country? It's located in New
York's lower East Side Isn't there something anomalous in
Fanny (Baby Snooks) Brice achieving grandmotherhood?
And isn't there something singulary appropriate in the 4
draft classification of Harry Zarief, father of the country's latest
and New York's first set of quadruplets? The more so since
Harry was born with the name Friedman, so that, if he hadn
changed his monicker, the four Z's would have been the 4 r
. Just for the record, let us add that the explanation for tM
name change is that the family had originally been callea
Zarief, back in Russia, but the immigrant generation, on arriv-
ing in America, was told that this name was too difficult tor
English-speaking tongues, and accordingly Americanized it
Friedman .
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. nrp indebted to the Col-
mWhus (Oho) Council for Demo-
um^v for one of the clearest
cra.ym'nts we have ever read
5Wl,erneod for better racial and
SiftoJ understanding
Shis is not a Negro, Jewish
rtSb.A* 'or a. the
IrU shrinks the peoples of the
rfrf of all colors must learn
,??e together. In. this smaller
world we arc all minorities."
what a difference in perspec-
,ive you gain from that last sen-
nce "In this smaller world
Je arc all minorities." If we can
aam that fact and comprehend
ft thoroughly, many of the de-
fensive mechanisms that have
Sored our thoughts and actions
S so many years are now no
longer necessary.
Tne Jtwish people no more
can consider themselves an isol-
ated minority with the hands of
the world against them. Rather
they are in this new concept just
another minority in a world made
up of minorities.
Now if we could only get
everybody else to understand
this
A pretty voung lady bounced
into the office the other day. She
sat looking at your director for
fully five minutes in silent rev-
erie "Mr. Miller, I can't talk
to you," she finally decided. "You
and I don't respond to the same
vibrations'' You're too full of
starches."
And she bounced out leaving
your director even more bewild-
ered than usual.
Boy. bring me a carrot for
lunch. I must reduce my vibra-
tions."
+Jewish ihrkUan
PAGE FIVE
EMPHASIZES NEED FOR
BETTER WELFARE LAWS
Believing that this is the year
of opportunity for women at the
polls, Frances O. Warriner. can-
didate for state legislature group
three, is making a strong bid for
this important lawmaking seat.
Without voicing any criticism
of what the men in the legisla-
ture have accomplished, Mrs
Warriner believes that there are
many present-day requirements
of every lawmaking body that
will continue to be overlooked
if women are not elected.
Mrs. Warriner is placing spe-
cial emphasis on the great need
for improvement in welfare laws
and laws pertaining to children.
CHARGE JEWS FAIL TO
GIVE CO OPERATION
Jerusalem (JTA)The charge
that the Jewish community in
Palestine has failed to give the
authorities the necessary cooper-
ation in crushing the terrorist
groups responsible for the recent
outrages, was voiced this week
by John V. W. Shaw, chief secre-
tary for the Palestine govern-
ment, addressing foreign corres-
pondents. He declared that the
arrest over the week-end of 60
persons throughout the country
"should have a good effect on the
security situation."
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
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FELLOWSHIP CREATED
FOR DR. EDW. L. ISRAEL
Washington, D. CIn memory
of the late Dr. Edward L. Israel,
nationally-known rabbi and la-
bor mediator, who died in Oc-
tober, 1941, as he was being in-
stalled as executive director of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, B'nai B r i t h,
through its National Hillel Com-
mission, has created the Edward
L. Israel Memorial Inter-Faith
Fellowship at the University of
Maryland, it was announced here
today by Henry Monsky, presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith, the nation's
oldest and largest Jewish service
organization.
BETH SHOLOM TEMPLE
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
Election anrf Installation of of-
ficers was held at Beth Sholom
Temple, 761 41st Street, Wednes-
day, April 1. Officers elected
were Hon. President, Abraham
Frankel; president, George Co-
hen; first vice president, Robert
M. Nordin; second vice president,
Maurice Perell; third vice presi-
dent, Samuel Eig; recording sec-
retary, Irving Rothman; financial
secretary, Isidore C. Greenberg;
corresponding secretary, Evelyn
Kohn and treasurer, Abraham
Zinnamon. The board of direc-
tors consists of: Maurice Bcrick,
Abraham Frankel, Roland W.
Granat, Max Rosenstein. Jacob
Slass and Isaac Bruck.
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Crt*t*r Miami ji-winh Federation in
CMytratiou with The Jewish Florid -
iut community arvlca. To Inform
tt ecamuiilty i>f your organisation's
tcthhlM and to avoid conflicts In
aalM, phone :i-.".411 anil ak for
mltj Calendar." Notification
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Tuesday for publication that week.)
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Apr>l 15, 16. 17
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Itureau Jewish
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Wednesday. April 19
U S. rvlcs Leacue.
'i i m Ii.-th David
meeting, 8:10 v
i 'Ircle Branch No
mberahlp meeting,
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Ttiursday. April 20
teachers' gathering
llureau < Jewish Kd-
emple Israel, s p. in. All
Sunday, April 23
"Ol -r V, ,,.,, ,,f Greater Miami.
a"n"r dinner, Wofford Hotel. 6:30
P in.
Monday, Apr.l 24th
mmi Beach Jewish Center Slster-
sooa, regular meeting, Jewish Cen-
' P- i ; Jewish study group.
*es if to IS, sponsored I>y the Hu-
on .i 'wlh Education in co-
9*ntlon with the Town Y. 1667 8.
gW Division, American Jewish
^oiurrPSSi r,.Kul.lr me^tlng
HJNERAL SERVICES FOR
N Y. PHILANTHROPIST
v,SW Yor!t "TA)-Funeral ser-
El hn reLhold at Temple Emanu
StrifJ6 thls week for Percv S.
bm 9;j10tfd Jewish Philanthro-
ofR u ,c.hairman of the board
last Thi'.r tacy and Co- who died
Wnursday night.
f"ed.rrahnnUSfWas *"" of the
Cbi'V1* Support of
of few ^h,,lanthropis t Societies
rector r,,:^' lnd was also a di"
CorSratirmhe 5efugee Economic
"lent of ik1 atnd served as Dre8i"
C for* !*&* Agricultural
his mLr 01*ht years- Among
000.000 ?o S?ntr'butionS was $1.-
onwhoi..New.York University,
** the fir??,0/1 he served- D"r:
""ttee nf i.j e executive com-
'i
i.
And modern GAS cooking equipment
in our military hospitals
is helping to speed .their recovery
Quentin Reynolds' book, "The Wounded Don t Cry,
rave a picture of courage among those of our fighting
men who have been casualties ..> go** RlCtuf*:
too, of the care they receive. Good food is a must,
when it comes to speeding recoverysnd in its prepara-
tion the best available Gas cooking and baking equipment
has been called into play wherever possible.
Skilled dietitians now with our various armed forces
have a vital responsibilityto see to it that the wounded
and the ill get exactly the right food for swift con-
valesccncc in hospitals. They rely greatly on modern Gu
equipment, because it is so clean, so fast, and so accurately
controllable. f ... ,.
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^Jewish ncrkUari
WOULD FEED EUROPE
WITH "HUDROPONICS"
Jerusalem (JTA)A proposal
for feeding liberated Europe by
Hudroponics agriculture with-
out soilwill be laid before the
United States Relief and Reha-
bilitation Administration in the
United States by Dr. S. E. Soskin,
leading Palestinian agronomist.
Dr. Soskin, who has experi-
mented successfully with the soil-
less method, told the Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency he would sug-
gest the dispatch of a technical
mission to Palestine to consider
the immediate introduction of
large-scale hydoponic cultivation
here to provide foodstuffs for
Europe. This, he said, would re-
FRIDAY. APRH U,
bhemicals shipped from the Unit-
ed States, he Mid, could produce
10.000 tons of potatoes. I
Hydroponics was the name giv-
en by Professor William F. Ger-
icke of the University of Califor-
nia to the method of soil-less
growing which he developed.
Soskin said he planned to visit
Gericke and study the commer-
cial use of hydroponics in Cali-
fornia, New Mexico and other
states. Chemical solutions in
tanks replace soil beds.
BLUM ARRESTED IN FRANCE
duce the burden on Allied ship-
ping and the drain on Allied food- j Jewish origin." Leon um
stocks. Five hundred tons of now a German prisoner.
Berne (WNS)Marcel Blum,
brother of the former premier of
France. Leon Blum, was arrested
by the Nazis in Toulouse on the
charge that he and his wife pro-
cured "false papers to hide their
is
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A POST OF VALOQ
MARINES AT "POINT"
POSITION WALK IN
.'ADVANCE OF THEIR
vPATOJU...THe! OUTY
IS TO GIVE WARNING OF
THE PRESENCE OF AN
ENEMY AND TO FIRE ON
ALT. HOSTILE ELEMENTS
WITHIN EFFECTIVE
RANGE...THESE HEROIC
FATALISTS OFTEN SAC-
RIFICE THEIR LIVES
DETECTING SNIPERS
AND JAP JUNGLE TRAPS.
LT. A.J. JENSEN,usmc aviator, received the navy
CROSS FOR DESTROYING 24 JAP PLANES IN 10 SECONDS
...HE CONDUCTED A ONE MAN STRAFING RAID ON THE
ENEMY AIR FIELD...WRECKING THE PLANES ON THE GROUND.
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BUDAPEST JEWS MUST
REMAIN IN_THE CITY
Zurich (JTA) Those Jews
who have not yet been deported
from Budapest must remain in
the city, while other citizens may
leave it if they desire in view of
the danger from Allied air raids,
according to an announcement by
General Vores. head of the Hun-
garian Air Raid Protection Serv-
ice, reported by the German
Transkentinent Press.
Meanwhile, the Budapest radio
announced that the puppet gov- |
eminent has issued a decree pro-
viding for the immediate dis-
charge of all Jewish employees
Jewish Conference In
Moscow Hears Nazis Slew
Four Million Europe Jews
Moscow (WNS)Prof. Solomon
Mikhoels, president of the Jew-
ish Anti-Fascist Committee, de-
clared in an address at the third
annual all-Jewish conference in
session here that the Germans
slew more thran four million
Jews in Europe and in the regions
formerly occupied by them in
Soviet Russia.
Calling upon the Jews in the
Soviet Union and throughout the
world "to take revenge for our
massacred brothers and sisters
by October 1. Fifty percent of j who constitute one-quarter of the
a firm's Jewish workers must be I entire Jewish nation," Prof. Mik-
discharged at once and the re-
mainder by the end of Septem-
ber. Ail professions are to be
Cleared of Jews by May 31. the
decree orders *
The Budapest radio also an-
nounced that an order has been
issued by the Hungarian author-
ities prohibiting Jews through-
out Hungary from travelling on
railroads, ships and busses, unless
hoels stated that Russian Jcw.fi
are playing an important and he-
roic role in the fight to destroy
the forces of Hitlerism and in rid-
ding the "motherland" of the
German aggressors. He dis-
closed that Jews hold fourth
place among the Red Army men
Who were decorated for feats of
heroism on the Ukranian front.
"We arc proud to know," he said.
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the underlBne< d^ '!'VeT^
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Intends to regime,' thl ^,P>"
with the Clerk of the im*W "5
of Lade County. V'rY.l.-, ,rciUt <*
H. J. OWEN,
LBON KAI'UN Sol 0B
Attorney for Ai.i.'j, .,,,
S/2i-31.4/7-14-21 ,",cant
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the undersigned, denim,* ,,, N <*t
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COMPANY, at SIT n "SiPHfl
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ta d name with the Clerk ?,!,,>
:ult Court of Dad. cfEto^&A.
LBON KAI'UN
Attorney for Applicant
3/24-31.4/7-14-21
H. J 0WBN
sole ow',i
they have "written consent from "that many Jewish men and wo-
the authorities."
UPCHURCH WARNS OF
PROFESSIONAL BOSSES
Green Cove SpringsA call to
Floridians to be on guard against
the "obvious plan oi professional
politicians and political bosses to
seize control of high state offices,
while public attention generally
is diverted to war. was sounded
here by Frank I). Upchurch, can-
didate for governor, in a cam-
paign address
"Such tactics are not entirely
new and have been attempted
before during emergency periods
in the history of our slate and
nation," Upchurch declared. "In
most instances in the past." he
added, "an alert electorate has
upset such plans, but we in Flor-
ida face a real danger here in
this war year of 1944.
, "I am happy to say that I have
no affiliation with any political
boss, ring, clique oi group in any-
city of Florida. My appeal for
support has without exception
been directed to the individual
Flondian. to the independent
voter. At the outset of this cam-
paign I said I would make no
deals or trades. I have kept that
promise to my fellow citizens.
I shall not deviate from it."
I
Rabbi Wise Sees lewish
State After the War Ends
New York (WNS)Addressing
a gathering of more than seven
thousand people who attended the
12th annual "Third Seder" of the
National Labor Committee for
Palestine. Dr. Stephen S. Wise
confidently declared that the "his-
toric and justified claim of the
Jewish people for a comman-
wealth in Palestine will be con-
firmed and implemented by tin-
triumphant democratic forces ol
the world after the imminent de-
feat of Hitlerism."

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men under German occupation re-
fused to be meek and dumb vic-
tims of the German butchers and
! went off to join partisan detach-
ments, or raised revolts in their
ghettos with incredible heroism
ami courage."
Abraham Sutzkever, Yiddish
poet from Vilna who fought as a
partisan in the Lithuanian for-
ests, gave a graphic description
of the destruction which the Nazis
wrought upon the Jewish popula-
tion of Vilna and the heroic ac-'
complishments of the Jewish par-
tisans. "I come to you from an-
other world." said Sutzkever as
he, described how a Storm Troon-
er killed his mother. "It has
been three years since I stepped
on a city pavement. The hallu-
cinatory scenes I witnessed art-
still burning in my mind, and
they give me no peace."
Mr. Sutzkever. who prior to
the war belonged to a group of
Jewish poets bearing the name
"Young Vilna." related how he
fled from Vilna and joined a
group of partisans who were op-
erating in the Lithuanian forests.
He described how the Nazis;
rounded up the male Jewish
population of Vilna, and proceed-
ed to execute them in the gullies
near the city.
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-JewlstiFkx-ldtoti
GREATER MIAMI j^"** SuPg^^ by GreoterMcrml Jewi* Federation
Ol The Jewiah Welfare Board Help Ui Knp Record of Our Men in Service
PAGE SEVEN
SERVICE
PARADE!
..., a good thing we have a
JSi Staff Sgt. Isadora Saks
Rcd. fn.m Lngland, "otherwise
I fflt Kow what we would do.
d"nt a nice week-end in Not-
IsKl It was a beautiful day.
"nginXd very much like spring.
iJriataRedCrossclub.and
K lh thev haven t the most
Srate accommodations they
?, nractical. All we expect is a
Pt to skop and a chance to get
Shite" Saks is the son of Mrs.
E, Saks. 2337 S. W. Fourth St.,
| and has been overseas six months.
GM 3 c Marvin Apt*, son of
Mr and Mrs. Jack Apte, is spend-
ing a furlough with his parents
Lre before returning to Jack-
sonville when- he is now sta-
tioned He was accompanied
E by the G. M. 3/c Donald B.
Kelly with whom he entered the
service 11 months ago.
Prt Harold Levinson spent the
cast week at his home 1906 S.
I y. 21st St., visiting his wife.
relatives and friends.
S Sgt. Harry Feigenbaum. 22,
cl Chicago. 111., attached to a
bombing squadron, was killed in
action in the North African area.
His plane crashed into the sea af-
ter its crew had demolished an
enemy convoy off Bizerte. Par-
ticipating in 18 combat flights.
Sergeant Feigenbaum held the
Air Medal and three Oak Loaf
I Clusters. He w'as a member of
the B'nai Israel congregation.
Sgt. Florence Badanes, WAC.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Badanes. 126 S. W. 9th Avenue,
has been transferred to North
Carolina after 14 months train-
ing at Daytc.na Beach, Florida.
Sgt. Badanes was among a
group of 15 girls chosen from the
1493rd Service Command Unit in
Daytona Bench that were award-
ed Good Conduct Medals recent-
ly.
Lt I. Robert Rosenschein, 21,
i of New York City, was killed in
. plane crash on a routine flight
near Pine Valley. Okla. A mem-
I ber of the B'nai Jeshurum Syna-
gogue and a graduate of City
College of New York. Lieutenant
Rosenschein had been in service
1 two years.
Lt. Emanuel E. Hubshman. 27.
of New York City, a member of
the famed 13th air force operat-
ing in the Southwest Pacific,
holds the Distinguished Flying
Cross, the Air Medal, and three
Oak Leaf Clusters. Now back
in the United States, Lieutenant
Hubshman, a Flying Fortress
bombardier, is a veteran of sixty-
one missions "and not a scratch."
LL Sidney A. Snyder. 30. of
.Norfolk, Va, wounded by an
[enemy hand grenade while lead-
ing his men in action against
the Japanese in the Solomons, is
now fully recovered and has re-
turned to active duty.
Lt Jtrome Ash. 27, of New
York City, field artillery officer.
has lost his life in Italy. Before
entering the service a year and
a half ago. he attended New York
University.
S/Sgt. Arthur Weil, 25. of New
York City, gunner aboard the
celebrated Liberator the "Blue
Streak',' wears the Distinguished
Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and
eight Oak Leaf Clusters and has
a presidential citation as well.
Sgt. Weil has participated in
bombing missions against Ger-
many, Italy and Romania. The
Blue Streak has been described
as the leading warplane of the
Mediterranean skies and is a vet-
eran of 110 American assaults on
Axis targets. Her gunners have
shot down 23 enemy aircraft.
Welfare Board Grateful
For Miamians' Hospitality
In behalf of the Jewish Ser-
vicemen and women, who re-
ceived such splendid Home Hos-
pitality from the Jewish Com-
munity of Greater Miami for the
Passover Sedonm. I want to
thank most heartily every family
that co-operated with us.
Our thanks also to those people
who so graciously offered then-
homes to the Servicemen, but
whom we could not supply with
a serviceman or woman, due to
the abandoning of the Army Air
Forces post at Miami Beach.
Whereas in previous years we
had an over-abundance of ser-
vicemen, this year there was a
great decline in the number of
men stationed here.
To those families who were as-
signed boys, but were disappoint-
ed when they did not show up at
the Seder, I also want to offer
our sincere appreciation for their
kind indulgence, with the ex-
planation that this also was due
to the fact that the boys re-
ceived iast minute snipping no-
tices, and army restrictions pre-
vented them ft\,m so advising
their hosts.
Our sincere pratitude is also
extended to the Miami Beach
Jewish Center and the Beth Ja-
cob synagogue, for the wonderful
cooperation given us in the Se-
dorim and providing meals for
the servicemen and women dur-
ing the entire week of Passover.
As one Serviceman so aptly
said, "This year part of the
world is in slavery, next year, we
hope all humanity will be free;
This year we celebrated Pesach
in uniform with you here; next
year we may observe the Seder at
home."
Sincerely yours,
NATHAN ROTHBERG
Director Jewish Welfare Board
R^uTThis Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida
Capt. Jerome I. Malkin. 32. of
Jamaica, N. Y., Army Medical
Corps officer, a veteran of 18
months of service in the North
African area, holds the Silver
Star for gallantry and the Purple
Heart for wounds sustained in
combat. He, too, is home from
the front. Captain Malkin earned
the Silver Star last April at
Mateur, when he made his way
over an impassable road under
artillery fire to give a wounded
man first aid and bring him back
to the relative safety of the aid
station.
Name
me Address.
Birth Date
_ Serial No..
Street
___Birthplace.
City
State
Civilian Occupation.
Date Entry
In Service _.....______
City State
Marital Status----------
Branch of Service________
Full name of nearest kin._____
Relationship________Address.
Information Transmitted by__
Telephone number____________
Date
.Discharged
Rank or Rating
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. QEORQE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERO
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
8AM BLANK. CHAIRMAN
MONTE 8ELIQ, Vlce-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sec.
Executive Committee
Mri, Max Dobrin, Baa B. Goldman.
Mauiice Qrooaman. Louia Haiman.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. N|r. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitr Alex.
ander F. Mailer. at Roth. Fr.d
Shochet, Milton Slrkin. Jomo1'
Stein, Mre. Herman Wallaoh. Carl
Wrinkle. Oeonge Welpert. Harry
Zukernlok.
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PAGE EIGHT
\,
JEWISH STUDIES GROUP
HOLDS FIRST MEETING
The Jewish Studies Group,
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education in cooperation with
the Miami Y met for the first
time Monday, April 10. Mr. A.
A. Cannes, Executive Director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
reports that a large group of
young men and young women at-
tended. The group showed great
interest in the two courses be-
gun, "Modern Jewish Problems"
and "A Survey of Jewish His-
tory." The group meets every
Monday at 7:30 p.m. Young
people of 14 to 18 years of ag<
are welcome. M|IM
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion also announces the i""a'
Son of a course for Sunday
School teachers. The firstmeet-
ting will take Place at Temple
Israel en Thursday April 20 al
8 p.m. All are welcome to at-
tend. ^^^___
For VictoryBuy and keep on
buying bonds!
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'FEAR FINLAND'S JEWS
MAY NOTESCAPE NAZI
Stockholm (JTA)-Jewish cir-
cle, here are concerned over he
possibility that "changes to tin.
Russo-Finnish situation mas re-
sult in the Jews in Finland be-
in, cut off from all avenues of
escape in event of an open Ger-
man occupation of that country
Although the Swedish govern-
ment is .-tin pursuuig tin' policj
of admitting all legitimate reiu-
gees who seek to nter, it is prob-
able that it the Nazis assume full
tro] ol Finland they will c
the Finnish-Swedish border.
Th Helsiniki newspaper &uo-
.n Socialidemokratti this week
carried an editorial strongly con-
demning the Geiman measu
against the Jews ol Hungary.
We only hope thai this disgrace
will nut mark oui continent n
Iv," the newspaper
but that in Hungary, Britain and
Germany there will be people
who will take action to wipemit
this disgrace ol our century.
Another Helsiniki new paper,
the Sveska Pressen, commi mum
on the Palestine While Paper im-
migration ban, states that the
most tragic fact is that the doors
,,l" Palesine are closed at a nine
when 800,000 Hungarian Jews are
starting their "via dolorosa to
"a country from which no travel-
ler returns." to 'an inferno of
which Dante never drean i I
SOUND PLANNING IS
NEEDED FOR FLORIDA
Tampa, Fla.Budget-conscious
women know Florida's future
prosperity must be based on
sound planning, Sen. Ernest R.
Graham, candidate for governor,
told a group of mt> rested wo-
men at Ins Hillsborough county
headquarters here last week.
In Tampa for the annual con-
vention of the Florida Federation
ot Women's clubs, the farmer-
business man who drained and
developed a tractless waste of the
Everglades into one ol the most
properous dairy and truck farms
in the state, said Florida's future
must be based on common sense
business principles, "instead of
helter-skelter political skirmish-
ing.
"We can net the money we
need tor solving Florida's prob-
lems which stein from money
worries, but we must Ret it
throuRh expanding our general
business and not through bur-
densome additional taxes. If we
try to solve our problems by con-
stantly levying new taxes, we'll
find '.hat top heavy levies have
crumpled the very structure we
are trying to build.
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pornAY. APRIL 14. 1944
* Jew! si) flcrikfian
PAGE NINE
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
, Thursday evening at the
.haH A approximately 75 boys
*&between the ilrf M
anH 8 conducted a Passover
c"lr whul. would have been a
SedH Saw dinner table. Day-
eredlt 1 waa really a pleasure
Their out boys and girls re-
Lt traditions that have been
o our way f Ufa for cen-
p Thest- projects are spon-
,u^T',,v ), A.ZA. committee
ftlc worker in our community
Pressed the gathering on the
SSoXnce of Jewish Education
Mr Gannes has put his heart
,nd soul into formulating a pro-
gram for Jewish education in this
immunity He had evidenced ,
h,s capabilities and I am sure
that | receive the coopera-
tion of most of the organizations
here.
On Tuesday evening last, the
Americanization committee under]
,.. chairmanship of Brother Nat
Rth dp nted ;> flag to the Dade
County Armory. This committee
has done much to engender the
recognition of the patriotism of
our people. Much credit is due
to Brother Roth for the fine work
of his committee. The work they
are doing is especially important
at this time for the reason that
it is important that we hold our-
selves out first as good Ameri-
cans. The fact that we arc. makes
us no less good Jews. There have
been statements made tending to
disrupt the unity of our war ef-
fort regarding the danger of anti-
Semitism in the post-war world.
These malicious prognosticated
indicate a period of depression
after the war fur which the
scape-goat will lie the Jew. These
remarks are to impress upon you
the necessity of being a good
American and cooperate whole-
heartedly in the work to this end.
While on the subject it may be
well to caution a lot of our peo-
ple about the Black Market. It
seems that every newspaper story
that is ballyhooed by the viola-
tion of the emergency regulations
involves a Jewish woman. We
know that m the Bast the patron-
age Of illegal markets is almost
Frances 0.
WARRINER
CANDIDATE FOR
STATE
LEGISLATURE
GROUP 3
"A BUSINESS WOMAN
AND A MOTHER"
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18 Years of Active Law Enforcement
I'olltl. :il Ad. PuWl for by Frlriuls
an accepted fact. This attitude
gives birth to the conclusions that
the rationing system and its ram-
ifications are a vain procedure
and encourages a lack of respect
for governmental agencies. The
publicity that we read is not ac-
cidental. Violations of the laws
are not strictly a Jewish problem
since statistics show that the
amount of criminology among the
Jewish people is proportionately
low. The publicity comes from
a desire to create for the reading
pubh? some juicy morsel to
throw from fence to post. This
is done rather effectively despite
all efforts to combat it. Therefore,
it is to your best future interest
to refuse to pay more; and to re-
port any violation immediately,
even at a personal sacrifice to
yourself.
On the night of April 25th, at
the Beach Y. M. H. A. Brother
William Kesselman, Hillel direc-
tor, announces that the Univer-
sity students will present a pro-
gram of varied entertainment
which promises to be very inter-
esting. Brother Kesselman indi-
cates that our University students
are possessed of great talent in
cultural fields and this program
promises to provide an evening of
music and other arts not to be
missed.
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FARLOW
STATE LEGISLATURE
Subject to Democratic Primary
Political Ail. Taiil for by Friends
LEX GREEN
GOVERNMENT OF. BY, AND FOR THE PEOPLE
HIS COVENANT
1. Win the war and peace. Restore State rights and local self government
2. Equitable and just taxation. No additional tax. Economy.
3. Expand and develop Florida's industrial and all natural resources.
4. Cheaper automobile license tags.
5. Justice and equality for Industry and Laborunderstanding.
6. Homestead and other aid for all war veterans.
7. Definitely *4C per month pension for aged. Cut red tape.
Definitely match Federal funds for blind and dependent children.
8. Raise salaries of school teachers. Health advancement. A united
Florida.
mendations Florida Continuing Educational Council.
al aviation. Develop tourist trade.
9. Carry out recom
10. Build roads. Develop eommerci
A
A TRUE AND TRIED SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE
WEIGHED IN THE BALANCE AND FOUND NOT WANTING
c"r
-, FOR
GOVERNOR
WERIENCED-WORTHy
hhHfied---s,ncere
THE EMERGENCY IS TOO GRAVE FOR EXPERIMENT

LEX GREEN IS QUALIFIED. EXPERIENCED AND WORTHY
TO SERVE AS GOVERNOR
HE HAS KEPT THE FAITH AND HE WILL KEEP
FAITH WITH YOU
Wednesday. April 19* at 8:00 P..R C^ Caydjdrty Mm
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EMIL FLUTIE. Prop.
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Claude Neon
ect
An
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Member
ELKS AMERICAN LEGION
AND VET OF FOREGIN WARS
HARRY S.
HIGGIINS
Your Present Constable oi
DISTRICT No. 5
Miami Beach Surfside
Sunny Isle Golden Beach
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ELECT
MARK H. RICHARDSON
YOUR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 1
30 YEARS IN DADE COUNTY
ll'alrt 1'i.ln.i :il \ HU-EJUxA. C. W. PETERS
TO
LEGISLATURE GROUP No. 3
Subject to Democratic Primary
Only Candidate for Legislature
With Law Making Experience
Record of Outstanding Service
Public Schools Old Age Pensions
Demands Fullest Opportunities for
Returning Service Men
i I'niii Political Adv.)
REMEMBER!
Your Vote Will Be O-KA-y
WITH
KENNETH
OKA
AS
Justice of
the Peace
MAY 2. 1944

Able Honest Experienced
raid Political Adv.


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GREATEST SPRING
IT TROPICAL PURR
Coral GablesCompleting the
greatest Spring thoroughbred
racing season in the history of
Florida, Tropical Park ended its
30-day schedule and major Wel-
fare Week Saturday with a clos-
ing day mutuel of $120,938. that
included a new single race rec-
ord of $104,379 on closing day,
and a grand mutuel total for the
30 days of $12,439,014. This claims
an outstanding role in a Florida
pari-mutuel season assured of
topping $100,000,000. The total
attendance for the 30 days was
172.371.
The meeting was climaxed with
the brilliant victory of Four Free-
dom* in the $1,000 added Trop-
ical Handicap, headline stake of
the most extensive stakes roster
and purse distribution in the his-
tory of the Gables plant, the lat-
ter approximating $350,000. The
closing program also ended a
Welfare Week which saw Trop-
ical Park operated by the non-
profit organization of Tropical
Park Fund, Inc., and presenting
to charity and worthy causes a
total of approximately $38,000,
organizations participating in-
cluding the Dade County War
Chest, American Red Cross. Na-
tional War Fund. President s In-
fantile Paralysis Fund, the Blood
Bank of Dade County, the Uni-
versity of Miami and others.
CHIEF DEPUTY SHERIFF
BIDS FOR SHERIFF'S IOB
Joe Condermann who has been
Dade County's chief deputy
sheriff for nine years, is acknowl-
edged by practical people to be
the only logical candidate for
sheriff of Dade county, to suc-
ceed D. C. Coleman who is un-
opposed in his candidacy for the
state senate, his ardent support-
ers point out. This conclusion is
based on the fact that, of all
the candidates for sheriff. Joe
Condermann is the only one who
has the training and the actual
experience in the job to which
he seeks election, they stated.
"The office of sheriff of Dade
county is a responsible post car-
rying great burdens and requir-
ing specialized training. Because
Mr. Condermann has served as
chief deputy sheriff for nine
yearsand he is the only candi-
date who has this practical
knowledge of the varied and com-
plex duties of the officehe has
attracted to himself, in this cam-
paign, the support of the sub-
stantial and civic- minded bus.
nessmen and citizens who do
not wish to entrust ttM og^g
sheriff to 'a man without tnc
needed training and background ,
For the post." they pointed out.
Of 18 years in the law enforce-1
ment profession. 9 years have
Seen spent by Joe Condermann a
chief deputy sheriff of Dade
county. In addition to the actual
field work Mr. Condermann holds
certificates from KB I. courses in
scientific training. University .
Florida courses, and was uaat
countv supervisor of the police
schools program of the general
extension division of the u. or r.
He also organized and was cniei
of the auxiliary police of tnc
Dade county Defense Council.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Phone 2-4735
JERRY & MACK
2029 N. W. 2nd Avenue
Radiators Cleaned. Repaired.
Recored and Exchanged
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
THE LUDMAN CORP.
PHONE 3-5491
21 N. W. 21st Street
RE-ELECT
Henry L. Oppenborn
YOUR
Justice of Peace
AND
JUDGE OF THE SMALL
CLAIMS COURT
Justice Courtesy Efficiency
HIS PLEDGE:
A Continued Faithful Service
(Paid Pol. A.l\ )
ELECT
RICHARD
"CHUBBY"
OELKERS
T O
STATE
LEGISLATURE
GROUP TWO
richard "chubby" oelkers is a merchant
not a politician. he has owned and oper-
ated several stores in the miami business
section for the past 14 years. if elected
oelkers promises to run the state govern-
ment as he would his own personal
business.
(Paid Political Adv. by Frltada)
A MAN OF HIS WORD
OFFERS YOU HELP
Opposed to political promises.
Sen. Ernest R. Graham, war
veteran, farmer, business man,
proposes for Florida only that
which he has PROVEN success-
ful in his own business.
4
ELECT ERNEST R,
GRAHAM
GOVERNOR
(Paid Political Adr.)
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO.
2156 N. W. 27th Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
S. Halperin Phone 3-4552
PAINTS FOR ALL
PURPOSES
- I
TO ALL VOTERS
The Man You Elect Should
Have NO Other Interests!
ELECT
PARK ALAN "BUCK"
GRUNDY
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Miami Beach
HIS ONE PROMISE"I will
Devote My Entire Time to
This Office without Favor.
Fear or Prejudice!"
SEND
DAN
CHAPPELL
TO
CONGRESS
AN EX-SERVICE MAN
With
ABILITY-EXPERIENCE
Mother* and Fathers:
"Don-t let anyone play politics
with the LIFE of your .oldier
on or daughter."
-Dn Chappell
PJ<1 Political Adv.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ELEANOR'S
HOUSE OF FASHION
2nd Ave. at S. E. 1st St.
TO ALL JEWRY
EVERYWHERE -
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
I
Your County Commissioner
N. P. "NEIGHBOR"
LOWRY
A HAPPY PASSOVER
L. C. Bar & Package
Store
BOO Fifth Street
PHONE 5-5121
PASSOVER GREETINGS
GENERAL SHEET
METAL
1943 N. W. Firit Court
PHONE 2-3915
nUDAY^PRiLu m
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI FOOD
STORES
65 N. E. Uth Street
Best WUhei to our Man,
Jewish Friends and Patron*
MIAMI COAl
AND OIL CO
1100 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2 7896
HAPPY PASSOVER
THE STEINS
DORIS
SOL
MARGERY
GREETINGS
URGICAL
CO.
SUPPLY
25 N. E. Second Avenue
Phone 3-6683
TRUSSES BELTS
ELASTIC STOCKINGS
PHONE 2-9152
MARIA
RESTAURANT
THE HOME OF GOOD
COOKING
2047 Biscayne Boulevard
MIAMI, FLORIDA
LET'S BEAT OPPENBORN-
IN OFFICE 18 YEARS
Elect
L. Raymond O'Sta
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
and
Judge of Small Claims Court
DISTRICT No. 1
Subject to Democratic Primaries
A Lawyer by Profession in
Allapattah the Last Seven Ytui
Precincts 1 to 2333 to 41-
44 to 55 and 85
Office 1611 N. W. 36th Street
Res. 1338 N. W. 34th Street
(Paid poL Adv.)
PULL LEVER 15B
ELECT
Paul O'Connor
SHERIFF
and insure fair, impartial law enforce-
ment for all Dade County-
Ten years chief of the Miami Internal
Revenue office
___ Paid Political Adv.


APRIL 14. 1944
FRIDAY,
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
l ^*S*4S
Beth Jacob: Concluding Pass-
im Services on Thursday Eye-
0VB. Aorii 13th. at 7, on Friday
T/satSrday mornings at 9. Can-
f", Maurice Mamches will chant.
+Jewish ncrMten
I Friday morning
EhVf's topic:will
Rabbi Moses
be "The
KyinB Remnant." There will
P^,morial services at 10:30
I May"morning, and Rabbi
gSheloff will speak on -Give
ue Liberty."
npth Davirf: Concluding Pass-
*services on Thursday Eve-
25. April 13th. at 7. Junior Ser-
"" at 10:30 Friday morning.
v,,kor Services Saturday morn-
ing at 10:30. Saturday morning
Efbbi Max Shapiro s central
theme for discussion will be The
Greatest Memorial."
Temple Israel: Thursday Eve-
ning at 8:15 Rabbi Jacob Tars-
EPPERSON
FOR
CONGRESS
hish will speak on "Passover's
Modern Message." Friday morn-
ing at 11 at the special memorial
SC-Xlie .Sxabb/ Tarshish' sermon
will be "Do the Dead Live'" Fri-
day evening at 8:15 the Rabbi
will speak on "Passover and
Aas,ter~oHow Much Are They
Alike. Saturday morning at 11
the children of the Confirmation
Class will conduct the services
with the Rabbi.
Schaarei Zedek: Thursday eve-
ning the Concluding Service for
Passover will be at 7. Services
on Friday and Saturday morn-
ings at 9 will be joint Junior and
Senior congregations. On Friday
morning. Rabbi Simon April will
speak on "The Song of Israel,"
and on Saturday morning he will
deliver a Memorial Sermon.
Mincha services Saturday eve-
ning at 7.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center: Services on Thursday
evening will be at 7:15. Friday
morning services at 9. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will speak on "The
Test of Jewish Living." Friday
Evening Services will be at 7:15,
and Services on Saturday morn-
ing will be at 9. and Memorial
Services will take place at 10:30
at which time Rabbi Lehrman
will speak on "In Memoriam."
Cantor A. David Wolf will chant
the services.
Beth Shalom: Concluding Pass-
over Services arc scheduled for
Thursday and Friday evenings at
7. Friday morning services 9:30
PAGE ELEVEN
PASSOVER WISHES
TO ALL JEWRY
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Grief
THE 4TH DISTRICT
IS ENTITLED TO PROPER
REPRESENTATION
VOTE FOR
CLYDE A.
EPPERSON
In Democratic Primary
May 2. 1944
En'yone Mutt Register by April 15th
in Order to Vote in Thi
Years Primaries
MKIcal \ i Paid for by Friend*
ELECT
MARSHALL McGINTY
A Successful Business Man
and Civic Leaderfor
CONSTABLE
(District One)
(Paid Pol Adv. by Friends)
PALM BEACH NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX. Representative
LFA
Far fee Beat fa
Products:
_WEST PALM BIACH
WIX-CMAM--ICE
Drink
COCA
COLA
Coca Cola Bottling
Company
of
West Palm Beach
Florida
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
, Pal-
MatiomallT F
Hm County.
lea Cn
NIA1 TO YOU MM YOU1
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
LAINHART & POTTER
aim.. ESTABLISHED 1*93
WILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS'
and Saturday morning service at
a Yizkor Memorial Services will-
begin at 10:30 a.m. Maurice
urossman, the executive director
of the Y.M.H.A.. Miami, will
speak on the subject, "Let Us
Remember the Dead." Cantor
Abraham Friedman will officiate.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation: Services are scheduled
lor Thursday and Friday at 7:15
p.m. and Saturday at 9:00 a.m.
and 5:15 p.m. Daily services at
8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Special
Yizkor services will take place
on Saturday morning at 10:00.
RACING REVENUES TO
RAISE OLD AGE GRANT
$18.50 TO $24 MONTHLY
State Welfare Commissioner,
Leland W. Hiatt, has called the
attention of the District No. 9
Welfare Board to the expediency
of explaining that although ad-
ditional racing revenues have
made it possible to increase the
average old-age grant from $18.50
per month to $24.00 per month,
this does not mean that all re-
cipients will get the latter
amount or the same amount, ac-
cording to Troy C. Davis, District
Board chairman.
Hiatt called attention to the
fact that the State Welfare Board
has previously authorized an in-
crease in the old-age grant, using
funds guaranteed by the cigar-
ette tax, and that it was possible
to make a second increase only
because of an unusually good
racing season.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
A HAPPY
PASSOVER
TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE
CAPT.
JAMES
E.
SCOTT
MARTIN GENET
PRACTICING ATTORNEY
JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE
Miami Beach, District 5
Honest. Trustworthy
Capable
"I pledge you that I will
conduct the office in a man-
ner of which you will be
proud."
(Paid Vni. Adv.)
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
Arthur W. Eisenmeyer. Jr.
56 S. W. 1st Street
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DADE COUNTY
GROWERS
MARKET
1260 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2 9958
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A. B. C. LUNCH
and
SERVICE STATION
2200 N. W. 54th Street
PHONE 7-0334
BEST WISHES TO OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
i|i
WHITE BELT DAIRY
N. W. 32nd Ave. Ph.7-2411
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
GREETINGS FROM
G. D. MARPLE
ELECTRIC
233 Halcvon Arcade
PHONE 2-5467
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Checker Baggage
Company
1545 Alton Road
PHONES
5-3411 5-3131

>
Elect
U. T. M B-B
FOR
Constable
DISTRICT ONE
I pledge Honest Efficient
Courteous and Full Time
Attention to the duties of
this important office.
ri'Hlil I'i.I. Adv.)
EVERYONE LOVES A WINNER
Reliable
Responsible
RASMUSSEN
State-
Legislature
GROUP ONE
INVITES YOUR SUPPORT


MAY 2, 1944
E. L. RASMUSSEN
(Paid Politic*] Adv.)
Phone 5191
Waal Palm Beach. Fla.
FOR YOUR
NEXT GOVERNOR
CHOOSE CAREFULLY
Consider the merits and records of all the
candidates and SUPPORT THE ONE YOU FIND
BEST QUALIFIED.
Florida needs for itt next governor the
best man in the race. With your vote ^ will
be hiring a man to handle the most responsible
job in Florida. Don't lose sight of this facV
VOTE WISELY
Millard Caldwell has the ability, charactf3
temperament and experience to be an outrtandJ
tag Governor of Florida. His rocord proves M
For GOVERNOR Elect MILLARD CALDWELL
(ItUlleil A4?._ Pal* fer >t MB* MlUart CaMwtflft j


PAGE TWELVE
*Jew is*HcrkUar
FRIDAY, APRIL 14
NOTES OF Y. M. H. A.
_by-
SAM SILVER
Y In Diamondball League
The Y Diamondball team has
been entered in the City League
this year and the team members
are rearin' to go. They had ;'
practice game with the Stanton
Memorial team last Monday eve-
ning and won by a score of 6
to 5. That's a pretty close score
and I've been told that it was a
hotly contested game. The City
League consists of teams repre-
senting Churches and various or-
ganizations in the community,
and league games will be held
everv Tuesday and Thursday > ve-
nings at Riverside Park (S. W,
4th Street and 8th Avenue >. and
will start at 7 p.m. You'll find
these games enjoyable so plan
on attending them. The Y has
r
Steady
IS THE INCREASE IN
THE MANY THOU-
SANDS WHO VOLUN-
TARILY PLEDGE SUP-
PORT 70
Frank D.
UPCHURCH
GOVERNOR
Because belief in the
MAN has inspired faith
in his PROGRAM.
Political Adr. Paid lor by
FrUndi ol F. D. Upchurch
many colorful ball players, too.
Here's the list of them: Lt. Davis
Lachovitz, Sam Wieder, Joe l.e-
vine, Billy Lubel. Herhy Kasliek.
Izzy Schemer, Al Keisinan. Mil-
ton Friedman, the Three Berko-
witz Brothers (Al. Abe and Har-
old). Ralph Gitlin, Al Werner.
Eugene Somberg. Jack Uslan and
Frank Rose, manager. With this
' array of tine players and with
Frank, a veteran of the diamond,
as manager, this Y should go
places this year. Best of luck,
fella's.
Model Seder
A Model Seder was held at the
Y Thursday ol last week by the
Youth Groups. This projec] was
par! of the Y*s put pose h> inject
Jewish tradition in its program
foi the young people, lid Jew-
ol this area attended
the Sed< i David Jacobs perform-
ed the services: Blessing of the
Candles was given by Iren< Ja-
Billy Wilson gave the Kid-
Ji ii Mintzer asked the
Kashes. Mr. Abraham Gan-
i xecutive s< i n tary of the
.I ol Jewish Education, was
thi guest speaker of the evei
Adult Forum Group
An adult forum group has bet n
ir the discussion of
j affair both national and
Harry Gersti in i- chair-
ol i gn iups which will
on the second and fourth
Wi ln< day: of even month h
PASSOVER GREETINGS
COURIC
UDrive-It
340 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 21672
after. The body will not go out-
side of Us ranks for speakers,
but will call upon its own mem-
bers to serve as moderators from
time to time. Maurice Grossman
our director, served as model ator
last Wednesday evening,
topic of discussion was Juvenile
Delinquency. Mr. Gerstebl is-
sues an invitation to all adults
to attend and participate in tne*
forums.
Federation Frolics
One of the major aims of the
Y is to train youth to be leaders
of the community in time to
come; and. in keeping therewith,
it is necessary to Imbue the voting
people with their responsibility
to aivi charity. For that reason,
the Y will hold the Federation
Frolics some tune in Maj VMS
will be a social affair for the en-|
ioyment of the attendants, but
during the course ol the evening
an anneal will be made for con-
tributions tO Federation. 1 er-
sonaly speaking, 1 believ< the
,rds ol the youth organiza-
tions as donors to charity are
good, and feel thai it might be
a good idl a tO educate some ol
our adult.- to their charitable re-
sponsibilities Be thai as il may,
the Federation Frolics servei b
worthwhile purpose
Arts and Crafts
Miss France.- Ginsberg is con-
ducting arts and crafts classes
, hildren from ti to 12 yi an ol
age at the Y every Wedni sday
I Friday at 4:30 p.m. Parents
are invited to enroll their chil-
dren in these cla
Dramatics
Miss Shirli y Rothschild is con-
ducting drai i lasses for
girls from 12 to 15 y< ars of age
on Mondaj s al 4
War
Don'l forgel tl on the
battlefronts and don I forget your
oblig itions in th ffort. Buy
- and stamps, contribute to
the Red C oss, War Chest and
Federation: become a regular
I donoi Wi ite lettei I men
in service. Be a patriotic citi-
zen.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
V
VIM. VIGOR. VITALITY
MERCHANT'S EGG
COMPANY
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TOUBY PAINTING CO.
669 N. W. Eighth Street
MIAMI. FLA.
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
TO OUR
JEWISH
FRIENDS
HELHLf'S
22 N. W. 1st STREET
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
Flight and Ground School
Instruction lor All Licenses
and Ratings.
Charter Service, Storage
Facilities available at
, E.C.A. Seadrome
Biscayne Blvd. at 112th St.
EAST COAST
AVIATION CO.
Vote For and Support
JIM
HICKLAND
CANDIDATE FOR
CONSTABLE
Fifth District
(Miami Beach Surfside
Golden Beach)
QUALIFICATIONS:
??20 years law enforcement officer in
Dade county
HONEST-CAP ABLE-EFFICIENT
^Resident and Taxpayer of Miami
Beach for 22 years
Pull Down Lever 20-A
Political Adv. Paid for by Friends
ATTENTION
Hotel and Apartment
Owners
STOCK
REDUCTION
SALE
Savings to 50o
BAY STATE PAINT
& WALLPAPER CO.
2047 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 3-0621
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
JIMMIES GRILLE
Bar and Liquor Store
MIAMI, FLORIDA
STEAKS CHOPS
SEA FOODS
Specializing ln Delicioue
Charcoal Broiled
NEW YORK SIRLOIN
STEAKS
Prepared and Served to
AKing't Taate
ENTERTAINMENT
DANCING
OPEN ALL NIGHT
at th?V\ W' Eiohth str
_ tne E"fanc to Coral Gabfcj
PASSOVER GREETINGS
LA VIGNE
ELECTRIC CO.
176 N. E. 20th STREET
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
ROLLINS
GARAGE
146 N. W. 54th Street
PHONE 3-4634
GREETINGS TO ALL
from
M. L. BAKER
Friden Calculators
120 N. E. 1st Street
Miami
PHONE 3-3159
m
To All Our Patron.
And Acquaintance.
A MOST HAPPY w3j-
FLORIDA RATTAN
FURNITURE MFG. CO
220 Alhambra Arcade '
PHONE 4.516?
Buy War Savings Bonds.
MEDIUM
READER WHO TELLS Y0H
WHAT YOU WISH
TO KNOW
OtoMd Wedn< -i... Honn II
to X. J.-, rparlliiK, .. ,
26 to .ii.l of line, wan, Ifalocfa
west, or ride bui u to ,i,,,.'
Phone 7-i.:-, foi appo
901 N. W. 79th STREET
FOR SHERIFF
ELECTl
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Your Loral Ford Dealer
HUSKAMP
MOTOR CO.
242 Alhambra Circle
PHONE 4-2536
CORAL GABLES
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
R. B. Chastain
QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE
Paid Political Adv I y Fner.i
Insure Representative Leadership
ELECT
GEO. S. O'KELl
Candidate for
LEGISLATURE
Group One
Resident of Dade
County 34 Years
Asks Your Vote
and Support
Familiar With Our Problems!
Acquainted With Our People !
Knows Our Needs I
(Political Adv. Paid for by M. R. S.)