The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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PEDERAHOOgj^CAMPAIGIN IS UNDER WAY
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THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME
18-NUMBER IS
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
SIDENT ROOSEVELT
WARM SPRINGS
President Roosevelt died Thursday afternoon at Warm Springs, Ga..
at 3:35 Central War Time. Mr. Roosevelt died at the resort where he had been
resting for 10 days.
The four Roosevelt sons, all of worn are in the service, were notified of
the President's death by messages from Mrs. Roosevelt.
She told them that the President had done his job to the end and that
she knew he would want them to do so too.
Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon in the East room of
the White House.
The President went to Hyde Park twice for long week-end rests in the
weeks after his return from Yalta and then went to Warm Springs March 29
for a more extended rest.
Special Memorial Services will be held in all Synagogues and Tem-
ples Friday night and Saturday. Sermon topics will eulogize the President.
A NATION MOURNS
A nation mourns the loss of its great leader, Roosevelt, at the pinnacle
of a career of statesmanship, unequalled in history, passed away in action.
Roosevelt became distinguished as a true American in every sense of the
word by his masterful leadership. The President has guided us to the eve of
victory. We shall continue to fight for everything for which he stood. In
this solemn hour of sorrow, we light a memorial light to the memory of Frank-
lin Delano Roosevelt and suggest that all people do likewise.
Life Saving Campaign of the
Greater Miami Federation Has
deceived Encouraging Reports
ISn, u^^ WOfkerS "
J,a the first report lunch-
K^ I945 Federation cam-
C o,!,^ dlvision hfc
^"totals which revealed that
^ooSV1 the quota o
., f'8u7, been cached.
iVheon heIdnUnf:ed at the
The trades division reports in-
clude: Attorneys and account-
ants, $3,952 69 per cent;
hotels, $1,07527 per cent, and
real estate, $4,79061 per cent.
The men's division reports 23
cent of their quota, with
pel
.. $3,295 reached and the women's
S^led 1218%Stne Beach "Y," division announced $4,983, ap.
5'isions px^".., I*.0 of the proximately 34 per cent of their
responsibility.
Carlos Israel, New York attor-
ney prominent in national Jew-
ish affairs, addressed the gather-
ing and impressed the workers
with the tremendous role dollars
raised here would play in sav-
ing lives and assisting in reha-
bilitation in warn-torn, destitute
Europe.
The youth division, under the
leadership of Abe Gannes, di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, assisted by Maurice
Grossman and Jack Marash, of
lesions pvirij lwo 0I 'he
\b m"fcam^dc,d their Quotas.
E.N Roth d'vs>n. headed
l m of ,K 'he t0P with !64
IS>* SB win goal ^ched.
T 'wSL n contributions.
K? cent anriV's",n reached 106
Pfc*lvi to a announced $7,785
>" l--- Co-chairmen
I5>cTT ,and
Nat Koven
coverage was
|ffnitTaiUgpff.rcported as fol-
73 !* gcentdlV1S,on- *13'.-
wt, special gifts,
ItiMl^K _cent; advance
85 per
cent.
Representative Jewry
At Frisco Conference
New York. April 10 (JTA)^-
The American Jewish Com-
mittee and the American Jew-
ish Conference today received
telegrams from Secretary of
State Edward R. Stettinius. JfM
inviting both organisations to
designate a representative to
serve as consultants to the
American delegation at the
Sen Francisco Conference.
(CONTINUED ON PACE 4)
ASK WORKERS MAKE
IMMEDIATE CONTACTS
Workers of Federation's drive
are asked by campaign chairman
George Chertkof and executive
director Joe Rose to make every
possible effort to contact every
one of their prospects. They
stated: "If your prospect has
moved, try to follow him up. H
he is not at home, please go back
to see him at a time when he
will be at home. An uncontact-
ed card may mean a lost lite.
Please do not solicit from any-
one for whom you do not have
a card, without calling the office
first
Federation Workers Meet to
Hear Address By Manpower
Commissioner Last Sunday
Paul McNutt, War Manpower
Commissioner, addressed the
opening meeting of the 1945
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Life Saving campaign at a
gathering of volunteer workers
Sunday morning at the Beach
theatre. McNutt said the cur-
rent drive which seeks to raise
$305,182 would "help save the
one and a half million Jews still
alive in Europe."
He also said the case for a
Jewish national home in Pales-
tine "knows no boundaries, no
race or religious distinctions."
"I see no divided loyalties or
hyphenated Americanism in the
support of Palestine," he said.
A bright postwar future with
jobs for all Americans was fore-
seen by the manpower chief who
also serves as federal security
administrator.
"We have the greatest indus-
trial plant in the history of this
machine-century. We have the
workers, millions of machine-
trained workers to man our
plants and factories," he said in
answer to a self-asked question:
'Can we wipe out unemploy-
ment"
.George Chertkof, general
chairman of the drive, intro-
duced McNutt and presented the
division heads to the workers.
Monte Selig, president of Fed-
eration, greeted those present
and was followed by Joseph
Rose, campaign director, who in-
structed the canvassers in the
techniques of campaigning. Sgt.
Morris Klass, executive director
of Federation on leave, also ad-
dressed the grotrp. Following
the general meeting, division
heads met with their teams and
workers and distributed kits for
the general canvassing that is
now in progress to secure con-
tributions toward the $305,00
goal.
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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, APR! 13,
PERSONALS
Mrs. Ruth Elsasser (the former
Ruth Rubin) is visiting here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Rubin, 1415 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
Mrs. L. Brodsky. of New Hav-
en, Conn., has left the city after
spending three weeks at the Lyn-
mar hotel, Miami Beach, and two
weeks with her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. N. Pritz-
ker, 321 S. W. 9th Ave., Miami.
Mrs. Sam Silver and son,
Dennis, of 120 S. E. 13th St.. are
spending a month with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Corenblum,
of Birmingham. Mr. Silver re-
turned to the city Monday after
having joined his family for the
weekend.
PERSONALS
WEDDINGS
Lt. Joe Davis is now here visit-
ing with his wife after returning
tram overseas duty.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff.
3199 S. W. 26th St., entertained
in honor of their son and his
wife, Pvt. and Mrs. Rubin Belan-
off. and their sister and brother-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. Oxman.
Guests present included Mr. and
Mrs. M. Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Sul-
kin, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sheppard
and Mr. and Mrs. J. Sinosky. Pvt.
Belanoff is spending his furlough
here.
Paul Weitzman is spending
several weeks in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kandel. 169
N. W. 24th St., have sold their
grocery business and will spend
several weeks vacation at the
Shoreham hotel on the Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kaplan, 153
S. W. 22nd Rd will leave today
for a three week trip to Washing-
ton, New York and Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller.
S. W. 4th St.. Miami, returned
to the city after spending several
weeks in Atlanta visiting with
their son-in-law and daughter,
Sgt. and Mrs. Emanuel Green-
berg. The sergeant is leaving fo
overseas duty, and Mrs. Green-
berg returned to Miami to reside
with her parents.
Announcement is made of the
marriage of Miss Corinne Connie
Reel Hoffman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel N. Hoffman of
Drexel Ave.. Miami Beach, form-
erly of Pittsburgh. Pa., to Captain
Milton M. Schindlcr, USAAF. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morns Schindler
of Chicago. The double ring cere-
mony was performed Oct. II. I*i
at the Temple Emanu-El in Tuc-
son, Arizona. Her mother. Mrs.
Rose Reel Hoffman was her only
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwartz,
of Charlotte, N. C, arrived here
Tuesday by plane to visit their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Weinkle.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Siver, 1740
S. W. 11th St., announce the birth
of a daughter, Arline Clare, on
March 31st.
The Miami Beach chapter of
B'nai B'rith Girls' held an open
house cultural meeting Thursday
evening, April 12. Guest speaker
was Abe Cannes. A round-table
discussion followed.
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Frish-
man. of Key West, are the parents
of a son, Kenneth N., born March
6. Mrs. Frishman, the former
Shirley Pepper, is spending some
time here with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Pepper. 1683 S.
W. 17th St.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gulkis,
1019 Fourth St., Miami Beach,
announce the birth of a son April
3.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen,
of New York, will arrive here
this week to spend some time
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.
Tannen, Post Ave., Miami Beach.
Mr. Tannen. a former Miamian,
is connected with the government
in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Mistovsky.
of Atlanta. Ga., announce the
birth of a daughter, Sharon Ruth,
on March 29. Mr. Mistovsky was
formerly director of the Jewish
Welfare Board here.
BRISM
The Brism of the sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Waldorf, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Levy. Cpl. and
Mrs. Arthur Apple, and Dr. and
Mrs. D. David Zimmer took place
during the past week with Rabbi
I S. M. Machtei officiating.
POSITION WANTED
"Conservative rabbi, college de-
gree, wishes change position.
Young, married, able speaker, or-
ganizer, civic leader. Desires pro-
gressive congregation." Reply J.
M. c o Jewish Floridian. Box
2973, Miami.
WANTED
Furnished room with kitchen
facilities for young Jewish couple.
URGENT. Call Goldstein 3-3533.
attendant. Capt. Schindler was
attended by his father. Mrs.
Schindler formerly Connie Jody
Hoffman modeled for the Pitts- >
burgh Press and Miami Beach as
a photographic model.
Captain Schindler a graduate
of the University of Chicago re- j
ceived his B. S. degree, is a grad- ',
uate of the Rush Medical College |
where he received his M. D. do- !
gree and is a member of Pi
Lambda Phi fraternity. Captain
Schindler served overseas for two j
years as a flight surgeon in the
Southwest Pacific receiving the
Asiatic Pacific ribbon with Bat-
tie and Stars for the battles of
Guadalcanal and the Solomons
for which he received a Presi- ,
dential citation ribbon. Captain
and Mrs. Schindler were in Col- i
orado Springs for their honey- >
moon and are now living in Ft.
Sumner, New Mexico where Cap-
tain Schindler is station as a
flight surgeon at the Army Air]
Base Hospital.
ENGAGEMENT
**"
JPha
August bros rv
IS the BEST
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED
MEMORIAL PARKS
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes
For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburg.
of the Tides hotel, Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Beatrice, to Sgt. Louis
Fox. The Ginsburg family have
resided here for the past ten
years and Beatrice is attending
the University of Miami, major-
ing in art. She is a member of the
B'nai B'rith Girls and other clubs
here.
Sgt. Fox is a graduate of City
College of New York, School of
Accountancy, and was active in
Young Israel there. He is at pre-
sent serving as assistant to the
chaplain at the redistribution sta-
tion on Miami Beach.
No date has been set for the
wedding. The betrothal will be
observed at a family gathering
this weekend.
Buy More War Bonds.
FOR...
CITY
COMMISSIONER
... Vote For ...
JOSEPH
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Pd. Pol. Adv.
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12 UNITS
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with beautiful Exotic garden__
a fine income property.
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627 Seybold Bldg.
PHONE 3-1493
REV. JOSEPH BARTH TO
ADDRESS SPINOZA
Rev. Joseph Barth. minister of
the First Unitarian Church of Mi-
ami, will be the guest speaker,
at the Spinoza Forum, this Sat-
urday afternoon, 3:30 p. m., under
the canopv, on the lawn, of the
home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
11th St., between Collins Ave.
and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach.
Joseph L. Tepper of Washington
and Miami, will preside.
Tuesday evening. 8 p. m., Dr.
Z. I. Sabshin, retired New York
physician, now a resident pf Mi-
ami Beach, will lecture at the
Spinoza Forum. Dr. Sabshin s
topic will be: "Your Glands."
Mrs. Augusta S. Holzman of
Boston will preside.
ARBEITER RING TO
HAVE LECTURE SUNDAY
Arboiter Ring Branch No. 692
of Greater Miami, will hold a
concert and lecture Sunday, 8
p. m., April 15, at the Workmen's
Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach.
Cantor Emanuel Barkan will
be the speaker and lecture on the
"Development of Jewish Music."
BETH JACOB
ELECTS OFFICERS
Chosen at the annual meeting
of Beth Jacob Congregation last
week to head the organization for
the coming year were David
Goldstein, president; Harry Was-
serman, first vice president; Wil-
liam Mechlowitz, second vice
president: Marcie Liberman,
treasurer; and Martin Genet, sec-
retary.
RABBI SHAPIRO ON
WKAT SUNDAY
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
guest speaker on the Rabbinical
Hour program over station
WKAT at 12:30 p. m. Sunday.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
Listen to our radio program
"Fashion Time" over WIOD
each weekday. 8:30 to 8:45
A. M.
Your name
and address on
"Homespun"
Stationery
$1 39
Have your name and ad-
dress printed on this fine
quality stationery. 100 sin-
gle sheets and 50 envelopes
or 50 folded sheets and 50
envelopes.
Double amount..............$2.65
MIAMI STORE.
STATIONERY,
SECOND FLOOR
DADE RESIDENTS TO
TAKE MERIT TESTS
Dade County residents vut, ,
sire to take merit system SL
ations, to be held L ,anun-
classes of profes TonaTVshi *
with the State Welfare ESS""
the Florida IndusUfol &S ?
sion. may obtain -SfiS^
blanks and infomatioK^
from the district and uni?n
of the State Welfare1"1^
was announced by Troy C Da'vi
chairman of the District 9 Sj
fare Board. "*
The blanks may also ho j. I
tained from the local of&*J
Jhe U-S. Employment Service
from the Merit System (Sufi
RG Box 113, GaiSift
Examinations are to be held
for all social work positions, Mr
Davis said, thereby offering
portunity to begin social \Z\
careers as well as to qualify fa,
the most advanced and mo
lucrative positions.
Applications must be filed with
the Merit System Office at
Gainesville on official forms not
later than April 21. If mailed they I
must be postmarked not Uteri
than midnight of that date. I
Among the advantages that
social work offers Dade count? I
residents who qualify is that this
type of employment may be avail-1
able near home, Mr. Davis said,!
as social workers are employed!
in every county of the state.
OUR OFFICE
is now located at
2950 N. W. 24th St.
Miami 37. Florida
FOR SERVICE
Call 3-3685
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rfiPiTO]
,. AT THREE
THEATRES
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Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
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Jet* 1stFhridUan
PAGE THREE
u M Lipton, President,
MC^oral Saving and Loan
D*K Miami was ap-
Assoca'ion CommiUee on Co-
pointed toin Organiza-
operat.on ^ HousinK Pro-
lions on ro jtcd states Sav-
rams^ Lo.n League. This com-
E^tnidevelop and recom-
miltC/wavs and means for the
me"n and loan and cooperative
*VtJSum "> cooperate more
Kuth labor groups in their
^'Cr St .housing for their
P'anSh Th vcl.uf responsibility
memu ^muVwill be the study
! t R which affect the
0 and tome financing .
centSsisterhood
TOSTAGEDANCE
Sisterhood of the Miami Beach
jeS Center will stage a donor
fan Sunday evening, April 15.
Svation? may be made by
* fe chairman. Mrs. Nathan
Stiefel at 5-65-44.
A reeular monthly meeting of
the organization will be held on
Mnda e^mng. April 16 at 8:30
om The presidents of all local
Chapters of national women s or-
anUons will speak briefly on
the work of their organizations.
M0OSEWILL OPEN
PUBLIC "EYEJJANK"
The first public "eye bank" in
the United States will be inau-
gurated here as Miami Moose
lodge conducts a three-week ap-
peal to civic organizations to as-
sist in the project.
Purpose of the bank is to ob-
tain eye corneas to be used to
replace injured corneas of re-
turning servicemen and others
and to restore sight to victims of
war and accidents.
The drive for funds to purchase
special equipment and to provide
facilities and maintenance will be
on a free-will basis and open to
the public.
With the drive for funds will
be an appeal tor authorization
from as many individuals as pos-
, sible for the use of the corneas
of their eyes immediately after
death. Medical authorities de-
I scribe as simple the operations
in which corneas arc transferred
from eyes to a hank and from
the bank to eyes.
DR. H. A. ATKINSON
MAKES ADDRESS HERE
Settlement of the Jewish prob-
lem at the forthcoming San Fran-
cisco conference is vital and the
solution lies in carrying out the
Zionist movement to open the
Jewish homeland in Palestine to
some 2,000.000 Hebrew wanderers
in Europe, Dr. Henry A. Atkin-
son, international church leader,
said Friday.
Addressing a gathering of
Christians and Jews at the Strand
restaurant, Miami Beach, Dr. At-
kinson forcefully depicted the
plight of these homeless people.
An international traveler. Dr.
Atkinson summarized for his lis--
teners the growth of anti-Semit-
ism in Europe. He told of the
ignorance of Berlin's religious
leaders, both Jewish and Chris-
tian, of the rising menace of Hit-
lerism.
The luncheon was presided over
by Paul Bruun, who with D. H.
Redfearn, W. C. Ward, John D.
Montgomery and Henry O. Shaw,
is host to Dr. Atkinson during
his Miami visit.
SISTERHOOD TO HOLD
REGULAR MEETING
A regular meeting of Beth
David Sisterhood will be held in
the Congregation auditorium
Wednesday, April 18, at 2 p. m.
Mrs. Jack August will preside.
Following the meeting, Miss
Tren^ Jacobs, a member of the
Sunday School faculty, will re-
view the life of Rebecca Kohut
as depicted in her book, "My Por-
tion." A social hour will follow.
Sisterhood week of the organ-
ization will feature two outstand-
ing social events. A dessert card
party will be held at the Atlantis
hotel Wednesday, April 25, and
on Sunday evening, April 29, in
the auditorium an elaborate card
and game party will be staged.
BAR OF MUSIC HAS
GOOD ENTERTAINMENT
Bill Jordan's Bar of Music on
Miami Beach is featuring a high
type of entertainment for its
patrons, Henry Neyle, general
manager, stated. Among enter-
tainers currently appearing are
Beth Challis. songstress and Ber-
nard Mayerson, violinist.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
VOTE FOR AND ELECT
Roy W. SINGER
Your City Commissioner
Active in Miami Civic Affairs
For the Past 20 Years
PLATFORM: To Serve the People
of Miami as to Their Needs and to
Act For the Best Interests of the
Entire Community.
Exercise Your Franchise
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
APPRECIATED
Pd. Pol. Adv.
"Qualified by Experience
ft
RE-ELECT.
JAMES A. DUNN
DUNN
YOUR
Miami Commissioner
DUkn an!3C'SuUpon ms recognized record of accomplishments,
"lent r e maJrity commission, by directive manage-
"nct'iorK w cous leadership, and in spite of war-time re-
bistcry. Placed Miami in its best financial position in
DUNN has the most complete
Long Range Pest-War Program
for Miami ever projected.
Pd. Pol. AdT.
HILLEL FOUNDATION
HOST AT SEDER
University of Miami B'nai
B nth Hillel Foundation was host
the evening of the second Seder,
Thursday, March 29, to more than
275 invited guests who crowded
the auditorium to the very doors.
A gala spirit was in evidence
throughout the Seder as dignit-
aries of the university faculty,
officers of the Sholem Lodge, and
students and service men joined
in reading of the traditional
Haggadah preceding and follow-
ing the serving of sumptuous
dinner.
Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president
of the university gave the address
of the evening, and stressed the
fine spirit of good will and com-
eraderie that the influence of
Hillel has brought to the campus.
He expressed faith on the part of
the university in Hillel's varied
program, and the hope that the
foundation would expand along
with all other branches of the
university as the new building
program got under way. "Hillel
might well become a house for
all faiths," he said.
Muriel Berres served as student
chairman for the Seder while
Judy Nelson, a student lead in the
singing of the traditional songs.
Corporal Irving Oxman rendered
the Passover Kiddush. Selections
in Hebrew and in English were
read by various Hillelites of both
sexes. Louis Heiman, president
of the advisory council gave a
unique interpretation of Chad
Gadya in which all responded.
At the very close of the Seder
a mystical character appeared
in the doorway of Hillel House
and identified himself as Elijah.
He was in turn followed by others
who together offered a Passover
Interlude in which at various
points the audience participated.
The cast included, Don Weinstein,
Elijah; Edith Schwartz, Princess;
Faith Stcindler and Sylvia Sett-
low, Hand Maidens; Jack Fein-
stein, Pharoah; Bill Schwarzman,
Moses; Alvin Schwartz, Adolph;
Ruth Robbins and Florence Bur-
stein along with Marvin Levine
portrayed the plagues.
Among Hillel's distinguished
guests was Mrs. Sarah Czech who
has undertaken to endow the me-
morial chapel.
Faculty guests included Dr.
Bowman F. Ashe, president of the
university; Dean Foster E. Alter,
dean of men; Dr. Herman Meyer,
Dr. H. Franklin Williams. Dr.
Charles Doren Tharp, and Joel
Belov.
5.000 SURVIVORS FROM
WIECIM CAMP ARRIVE
Bucharest (JTA).A transport
of 5,000 Czechoslovakian Jewish
survivors from the notorious Os-
Wiecim camp has arrived in the
liberated Czechoslovakian town
of Kosice, it is reported here.
They traveled on Soviet trains.
Buy More War Bonds.
RED CROSS CAMPAIGN
LEAPS OVER SET GOAL
Dade County's Red Cross war
fund camDaign leaped over its
$520,000 quota to the tune of
$669,832the greatest margin of
victory in its history here, H. H.
Hyman, chairman of the drive,
announced.
AUXILIARY OF JEWISH
AGED TO PLAY BINGO
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew-
is Home for the Aged will give
a card and bingo party on Sun-
day, April 29, at the Strath Haven
hotel, with Mrs. Marion Gould as
chairman.
Serving as hostesses will be
Mrs. Daniel Broad, Mrs. Max
Greenberg, Mrs. Julius Rosen-
stein, Mrs. Harry Danziger, Mrs.
Rebecca Levine, Mrs. Isadore
Cohen and Mrs. Joe Zalis.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
BUS RIDERS
CHAMPION

HARRY
TRYON
FOR
CCITY p
ommissioneH
As a private citizen he has
worked for Better Bus Serv-
ice, opposed the Garbage
Tax and other objectional
laws and will continue his
efforts for honest government
uncontrolled by newspapers
or special interests.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
Keep on Buying War Bonds.
NEW PERSHING RESTAURANT
228 N. E. 1st Ave.. Vi Block South of Post Office
FINEST QUALITY FOOD
Served Daily and Sunday. 10 A. M. 'Til 10 P. M.
FURS STORED
ASK ABOUT YEARLY SERVICE
Miami Furriers
American Bank Bldg.
ROOM 715 PHONE 2-5720
This is
CLEAN-0UT-Y0UR-
CL0THES-CL0SET WEEK
ii
RlGHTNOW, 125 million innocent men, women, and chil-
dren in war-torn European countries alone, are in piti-
fully desperate need of clothing. If every American
family will make this week "CLEAN-OUT- YOUR-CLOTHES-
CLOSET WEEK," enough spare clothing, shoes, and bed-
clothes will be obtained to go far toward relieving the
suffering of these people. Will you help? Then ca'l your
local UNCC Committee for full information.
UNITED NATIONAL CLOTHING COLLECTION
For Overseas War Relief Henry J. Kaiser, Motional 'Mmrmaa
APRIL 1 to 30
This advrtim.nt prepared by tho War Adv.rti.ing Council far United
Mntfanal Clothing Collection, and sponsored by
VICTOR HOTEL
MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH COLLECCTION
HEADQUARTERS.
830 LINCOLN ROAD
Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, Chairman
Rudy R. Adler, Co-Chairman
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P. O. Box 2973__________________________________phone 2"114i
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRIDAY, APRIL 13,
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $100
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL- 13, 1945
NISAN 30, 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 15
EUROPEAN STYLES
"European styles" for the coming year are now on display
at 830 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach- This address is the clothing
collection headquarters for the United National Clothing Col-
lection for overseas war relief. The styles are also on display
at all synagogues, churches, and collection centers to which
every American must respond with oui unused clothing and
that which we can sparefor "what we can sparethey can
wear!" Yeswhat the best dressed European will wear three
months from now will be what we donate to this drive.
President Roosevelt has pointed out that as many war
victims have died because of exposure as have died of starva-
tion. Many millions are literally naked and barefoot in addi-
tion to lacking food. The scarcity of clothing not only causes
serious epidemics, but also shatters morale and self-respect,
and makes it impossible for millions of war victims to help in
the work of restoration. And it is to these survivors that we
must look chiefly for the rebuilding of a war-shattered world-
Hard and cruel have been the lives of those in war-tom
countries. Children30 million of themare hungry, homeless,
nearly naked. Deaths from exposure are often as many as
deaths from starvation. Tuberculosis and typhus run rampant
among them.
Never will their brave hearts forget the horrors of war.
Never will their grateful hearts forget your gift of the clothing
they so sorely needclothing which now hangs unusued in
your closetor reposes forgotten in your attic
And remember, these pitiful children of today will be our
proud partners of tomorrow in keeping the permanent peace
we are all fighting for!
America must help clothe about 125 million men, women,
and children in Europe alone. This month, America must col-
lect 150 million pounds of serviceable used clothing to take care
of part of their needs.
Some of that clothing must be yoursas much as you
can spare.
What can you do? Get together all the serviceable used sum-
mer and winter clothing you can spare. This includes: Men's,
women's, children's, and infants' wear, and shoes. Overcoats,
topcoats, suits, dresses, shirts, skirts, jackets, pants, work
clothes, gloves, underwear, sleeping garments, robes, sweaters,
shawls, and all knit goods Also blankets, bedclothes. Take
your contribution to your Local COLLECTION DEPOT now or
arrange to have your LOCAL COMMITTEE collect it before
April 30th. Support your Local Committee not only with your
clothing contribution but also with your time, effort, and energy.
Will you do your share today?
Try the Delightful Food
Don's Spaghetti House
201 N. E. 1st Ave.
PHONE 9-3352
THE OLD CORAL INN
Has Been Purchased By
SALLY AND BEN FIRESTONE
Now Operating As
SALLY'S CORAL INN
602 S. W. 12TH AVE., MIAMI
PHONE 3-9214 CLOSED THURSDAYS
Come in and see your old friendscatering to banquets
and parties a specialty
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
4-0801
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH CLASS
TuesdayThursday 10:30 a. m.
MEETS AT HOTEL BLACKSTONE
WASHINGTON AT 8TH STREET
MIAMI BEACH
The United National Clothing
Collection for Overseas War Re-
lief is conducting a drive for
clothing, shoes and bedding to
be sent to the destitute people
of wartorn areas.
President Roosevelt chose
Henry J. Kaiser as national chair-
man. ,,
A proclamation setting old
clothes month" for the month
of April was adopted by the Dade
county commission at the request
of Henry W. Baird, chairman of
the local committee of the United
National Clothing Collection.
The resolution points out "as
many war victims died from ex-
posure and inadequate clothing
as died from starvation," and said
'more than 30.000.000 are now
virtually naked and 125,000.000
are desperately in need of cloth-
ing."
Gen. Baird said almost all types
of clothing, bedding and shoes are
needed. The most urgent needs
are for infants' wear, overcoats,
suits, jackets and sweaters for
men, women and children, shoes,
blankets and quilts.
Usable remnants and piece
goods of one yard or more in
length can be used, but not rags
or badly damaged fabrics, he
said.
Mayor Leonard K. Thomson of
Miami set aside April by official
proclamation as the period for
the drive.
Head of the committee in Mi-
ami Beach is Mrs. Muriel Hirsch,
who said today that she knows at
firsthand how desperately people
can need our discarded clothing
from what she witnessed while
living in Russia from 1931 to
1936. Rudy R. Adler has been
named co-chairman by Mrs.
Hirsch.
Headquarters of the Miami
Beach drive have been establish-
ed at 830 Lincoln Road, open
from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
The phone number daily until
5 p. m. is 5-9943. After that hour
call Mrs. Hirsch at 6-2963.
Additional depots have been
opened at Miami Beach schools,
churches, fire stations, city hall,
Washington Ave. at 12th St.. Dade
Blvd. at 23rd St. and 6880 Indian
Creek Drive, and police depart-
ment. The women's division of
the American Jewish Congress
is extending an invitation to all
Jewish organizations on the
Beach to use their store on 514
Washington Ave. as a station
where bundles of clothes for the
National Clothing Collection may
be left. The army has provided a
depot at Dade Blvd. and Alton
Road.
A Miami depot at 1348 N. E. 1st
Ave. is open Monday, Wednes-
day and Thursday, 10 to 4. Mrs.
A. I. Orlansky chairman of the
Miami Y clothing campaign com-
mittee states bundles may be left
at the Y. 1561 S. W. 5th St. or at
her home, 1306 S. W. 6th St.
All schools and churches in Mi-
ami will also serve as receiving
stations.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
Mudfy Gorvgidentiai
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
THINGS TO WATCH .. .
Women's Voice, the official organ of We, the Moth
with a circulation of approximately 20,000, is still carrying613'
an intensive anti-Semitic propaganda campaign against Seer
tary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Believe-It-Or-N^
Dept.: The Ridgewood, N- J., Board of Realtors has an aa!!
ment which can be checked by its 1943 minutesan am
ment which would make Mr. Hitler very happy ... The aqiee-
ment states that any real estate agent accused of a sale to
Jew will be tried by a jury of the board membership and, M
convicted, will be asked to resign from the board and o
pay
MASS SEDITION TRIAL
TO BE RESUMED SOON
Washington (JTA). The De-
partment of Justice expects to be
ready by the end of April to re-
sume the mass sedition trial
which ended in a mistrial last
fall, it was learned here, but diffi-
culties in finding a judge may
compel further postponements
Revision of the trial brief, now
under way, will be completed by
mid-April. The number of de-
fendants is being cut from 26 to
10 or 12, and an intensive hunt
is on for a judge. Heavily loaded
calendars of District of Columbia
judges may require importation
of a judge from another district.
So far the search has been with-
out success, so that no definite
date can yet be set for the trial
Custom-Made Seat Covers
Convertible Tops
One-Day Service)
TRAIL TOP SHOP
1699 S. W. 8th St Ph. 9-3541
a fine amounting to twice the commission involved Imh
agreement the word "undesirable" is substituted for the word
"Jew" Recently, through some fluke, a Jew purchased a
home in Ridgewood, and the agent who sold it to him pleaded
for mercy on the grounds that he had not known that the buyer
was Jewish And now listen to this The Jewish "gentle,
man" who had bought this home in Ridgewood made the fol-
lowing statement: "In a real sense the Board of Realtors is
right ... A town can be killed by the wrong kind of people,
regardless of their creed or color" Then this Jew pleaded
exonerating circumstancesbecause he had not been in syna-
gogue all his life except for weddings and funerals This
happened in 1945 in the United States of America, whose sons
are dying to free the world from Fascism.
PALESTINE NOTES .
The American Jewish Conference request to the U. S State I
Department for representation at the San Francisco Conference
made a deep impression on President Roosevelt, we're in-
formed There are hundreds of Arabs in the war prisoner
camp at Opelika, Ala. These Arabs were captured as mem-
bers of the late Marshal Rommel's famous Afrika Korps
In Los Angeles last week William Ziff, the publisher and au-
thor, delivered an address on Zionist policy, and is said to have
succeeded in swaying the Zionist rank and file away from the
leadership of either Rabbi Goldstein or Rabbi Silver.
MAGAZINE DIGEST .
The Prist, a monthly published in Huntington, Ind, de-
fends the conversion of former Chief Rabbi Zolli of Rome to
Catholicism by citing the case of Franz Werfel The Prist
laments that Werfel, whom it regards as a believer in Jesus as
the Messiah and in Catholic Christianity, has "not the fortitude
or the grace to brace the slings and arrows of Jewry, as did
Rabbi Zolli, by taking the logical step to the baptismal font"
. The Magazine The Answer is publishing a special San
Francisco edition in which problems affecting the Jewish people
will be treated by noted authors The special edition will be
made available to the delegates attending the Conference ..
New Currents, the Anglo-Jewish monthly of the American Com-
mittee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists, will become a
quarterly publication.
FUND CAMPAIGN HAS
FINE REPORTS; HOPES
ARE HIGH FOR SUCCESS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
the Miami and Miami Beach
"Y's" respectively, announced a
report meeting for their group
would take place at the Beach
"Y" Monday afternoon at 4
p. m. This division plans to so-
licit all young people in Dade
County and secure pledges of
one week's salary, if working, or
one week's allowance, as the
case may be. A victory dance
of this division will be held
April 29th at the Beach "Y,"
when reports will be announced.
Sunday Schools in the area and
clubs of the various organiza-
tions are participating.
The next report luncheon for
the campaign, which started last
Sunday and extends through
April 22nd, will be held today,
Friday, April 13th, at the Miami
"Y," 1567 S. W. 5th St., starting
at 12:30 p. m. The workers will
hear Col. T. J. Christian, com-
mander of the AAF Service
Command. Miami Beach will tell
of servicemen's needs in the
area and how the Federation,
through its appropriations to the
Army-Navy committee, has as-
sisted greatly in the program
His talk will highlight the Ser-
vicemen's Housing Program, the
"Snack Bar," and the Army-
Navy committee functions as
among the many services the lo-
cal community is rendering.
Tuesday, April 17th, at the
Strand restaurant, 1225 Wash-
ington ave., Miami Beach, Chap-
lain Sol Kraft, stationed at the
redistribution center at tne
Beach, will address Federation
volunteer workers at the tnira
report luncheon. ^
The final report meeting of tne
drive will be held Friday, April
20th, in the Miami Women s
Club. ____,
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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI CHORAL SOCIETY
MODESTE ALLOO, Director
HANDEL'S ORATORIO
"MESSIAH"
Sixth and Last Subscription Concert
Sunday, April 15, 4:30
MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Second Performance
Monday. April 16, 8:30 ,.
?I'!PI1.!!H Including Federal Tax 12.40. $1 JO, 1.. Service person"
vr. ul 'f o80, at Unlvrsity of Miami, Room 233; Cordelia s Boo
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PAGE FIVE
Leonard Epstein was
hS president of Temple Is-
* Sisterhood at its annual elec-
mSing held April 2 in Kap-
STS The full slate includes
,. <;am Lubv, first vice presi-
^i.S Mrs Harry V. Simon.
de nrf vice president; Mrs. Je-
*" v Freehling, recording sec-
me Mrs G L Mendelsohn,
2%A secretary; Mrs.
ffTtoftflnancial secretary;
1 Frank Corel, treasurer; and
E Philip Wfinstein, auditor.
SSaJwiS the board are: Mrs.
Bf Hantrnan, Mrs Manuel
I eloff, Mrs. Samuel Katz, Mrs.
janette K. Jacobs, Mrs: Benjamin
S, Mrs. Benjamin LeVine,
gdMalvin Lichter, Mrs Frank
FWlman, Mrs. Max Orovitz. and
Mrs. Monte SehK. .
Guest speaker at the affair was
Rev Joseph Barth. Mrs. Adolph
Wertheimer was chairman.
d a. hTcTdirector
hollywood speaker
Rabbi Alfred Wolf, director of
the Alabama. Florida and Georgia
regional for the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations, was
west speaker at a special meet-
ing of the Jewish Community
Center auxiliary of Hollywood
last Thursday.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
SERVE-A-HOSPITAL
PREPARES MANY ITEMS
The Seive-A-Hospital an-
nounces that through the com-
bined efforts of its various wom-
en's organizations in the area, 100
crocheted woolen bedroom slip-
pers, 157 bedside kits, and a box
of puzzles, games, are on their
way to Finney General hospital
in Thomasville, Ga., to be distri-
buted among the wounded re-
turnees there. Ladies who can
sew or crochet are asked to con-
tact Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, chair-
man, at 4-4126 to assist in making
these articles for the comfort and
morale of the boys.
MRS. HIRSCH HEADS
BETH JACOB LADIES
Mrs. Jack Hirsch was elected
president of Beth Jacob Sister-
hood at a regular meeting held
April 9 in the Community build-
ing. Chosen to serve with her
were Mrs. Anna Berow, first vice
president; Mrs. Pauline Chill,
second vice president; Mrs. Harry
Weiss, third vice president; Mrs.
Rose Hayes, treasurer; Mrs. Sam
Schachno, recording secretary,
and Mrs. Irving Genet, corre-
sponding secretary. Mrs. Lillian
G. Mills is honorary president.
Guest speaker for the occasion
was Jack Marash, director of the
Beach "Y," who spoke on the
work of Federation. David Gold-
stein, president of the Congrega-
tion, was special guest and ex-
tended his congratulations to the
newly elected officers.
REMEMBER
CHARLIE DILLON
"MIAMI FOR MIAMIANS"
A common-sense operation of your City
affairs is pledged by
"SMILING"
CHARLIE DILLON
Candidate for
City [Commissioner
May 1 and May 8Vote for Charlie Dillon
a Miamian for 46 years.
Donated by friends of Charlie Dillon
BETH JACOB
VAAD HAKA3HRUTH
established: October. 1938
offering Kashruth supervision for the entire community
DR. M. J. SAFRA
Chairman
RABBI M. MESCHELOFT
former vice president and executive member of the
HISTADRUTH HARABONIM the orthodox RABBINICAL
COUNCIL OF AMERICA
shn We ^ish to inform th public of our revised list of butcher
nops; and poultry markets under our supervision on Miami
onil ,lu Wl11 find the "9n of the Vaad Kakashruth displayed
vkL .?Se s,ores- They are evidence of the constant super-
DouHrU '" ,ind the Vaad "rin9" on the feet of the kosher
of Z 011*rod for sale. They are your guarantee of the service
"approved and supervised shochtim.
The following are our only recommended, supervised shops:
gj Rose Market ............._................87 Washington Ave.
Merhn-s Kosher Market
Guttman's Market ........._______
National Kosher Market____
JUivan County Market._______
ashington Ave. Food Center.......1051 WashinatonAve.
2*1 Market---------________________l325 Washinaton Ave.
JttWB Food Center_________
^ch Food Center _
_______320 Collins Ave.
________325 Collins Ave.
________424 Collins Ave.
________618 Collins Ave.
____531 Michigan Ave-
.1421 Washington Ave.
the fa ^en obli9d to withdraw our supervision from
We i m9 but<*er shops because of their actions.
n longer guarantee the kashruth of
Walter's Sunshine Market_____________436 Collins Ave.
" Food Center------------------------M29 Washington Ave.
BUY WHERE YOU SEE THE SIGN OF
E BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUTH
YUR GUARANTEE OF STRICT SUPERVISION
ZIONIST LEADER TO BE
GUEST AT FAREWELL
D. Zeitani will be guest of
honor at a farewell party Satur-
day night with the Miami Beach
Mizrachi and Miami Beach Zion-
ist district sponsoring a joint
Melaveh Malkeh to be held at
the Beth Jacob Community build-
ing at 8:30 p. m. April 14.
Mr. Zeitani is a Palestinian pio-
neer who has come here on be-
half of the League for Religious
Labor in Palestine. He will bring
a message of the stalwart self
sacrifice and the great forward
steps that religious labor is mak-
FRIDAY REVIEW TO
MEETTHIS" AFTERNOON
The Friday Review sponsored
by Women's Division American
Jewish Congress will meet on
Friday, April 13, at 1:30 p. m. at
Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Since the meeting date is the
birthday of Thomas Jefferson, the
book to be reviewed is "The
Young Jefferson," a thrilling new
biography by Claude C. Bowers.
The reviewer, Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein, interprets the book as "a
textbook of Americanism and a
program for world democracy."
Before the review, Dr. Russell
A. Williams will explain "The
Dumbarton Oak^ World Organ-
ization" at the request of the Na-
tional Education Committee of
the American Jewish Congress.
Reviews are open to the public.
OBSERVANCE TO TAKE
PLACE ON APRIL 23
ing in the Holy Land. They have
already established many colonies
which are now self-sustaining,
and are straining all efforts to
rescue Jewish refugee youth from
Europe in order to rehabilitate
them in their midst Zeitani
stated.
Mr. Zeitani plans to return to
his native land in the near future.
The musical program will include
Cantors Maurice Mamches, Ema-
nuel Barkan, Louis Gartenhaus
and S. Fingerhut.
The sponsoring committee con-
sists of Rabbi M. Mescheloff, Rab-
bi I. Lehrman, Dr. Louis G. Lyt-
ton, Shepard Broad and David
Goldstein.
A city-wide memorial observ-
ance will take place Monday,
April 23, at Temple Israel com-
memorating the second annivers-
ary of the Warsaw Ghetto
catastrophe.
All Jewish organizations in the
area are being invited to par-
ticipate and prominent national
apeakers are scheduled to appear.
MIAMI SYMPHONY IN
FINAL CONCERT SERIES
As the sixth and last in its
subscription concert series, the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra and Choral Society,
under the direction of Modeste
Alloo, will give two performances
of Handel's oratorio, "The Mes-
siah" next week at Miami Senior
High schoolthe first Sunday,
April 15, at 4:30 in the afternoon
and the second Monday, April 16,
at 8:30 p. m. Assisting artists will
include Edith Fletcher Jameson,
soprano; Raymond Hunter, bari-
tone; Barbara Crume, contralto,
and Frank Mellor, tenor.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
HAIR REMOVED
Short Wave
Electronic Method
Recognized by Medical Science as
the most advanced, accurate meth-
od of removing superfluous hair.
Tested and recommended by Dr.
David Derow at the Beth Israel
Hospital of N. Y. C.
Eyebrows, Hairline, Legs and Arms
Also Treated
IRENE GOODMAN
530 Lincoln Road
Ph. 58-2997
B. B. GIRLS HOLD
REGULAR MEETING
B'nai B'rith Girls, B.Z.B. Chap-
ter held their regular meeting at
the Miami Y, Tuesday evening.
The short business meeting was
followed by a program devoted
to athletics.
2a* GOOD
SweAttmenb
UoU fa
ALFRED C. COURIC
'Tour vote and support
Appreciated"
Pd. Pol. Adv.
AIRPLANES
FOR CHARTER
TO ALL POINTS
TELEPHONE 9-3441
NITE PHONE 4-6833
MEASURE YOUR VOTE
WITH CONFIDENCE
VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
JACK MOORE
For
Miami City
Commissioner
His aggressive leadership will
supply the spark needed by the
City Administration to meet the
post-war problems that will
arise in our community after
the defeat of our enemies.
Hear JACK MOORE
Over WQAM each Monday, Wednesday and Friday
7:55 A. M.
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C. L. CLEMENTS. President




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BETH JACOB LADIES
ELECT OFFICERS
Mrs. Jack Hirsch was elected
president of Beth Jacob Sister-
hood at a regular meeting held
April 9 in the Community build-
ing. Chosen to serve with her
were Mrs. Anna Berow, 1st vice
president; Mrs. Pauline Chill. 2nd
vice president; Mrs. Harry Weiss,
3rd vice president; Mrs. Harry
Genet, 4th vice president; Mrs.
Rose Hayes, treasurer; Mrs. Sam
Schachno and Mrs. Maurice
Mamches, recording secretaries,
and Mrs. Irving Genet, corre-
sponding secretary.
Mrs. Lillian G. Mills was chos-
en honorary president. Mrs. Mills
is at present active as recording
secretary of the Women's Miz-
rachi of Beth Jacob; recording
secretary of the local American
Jewish Congress and was one of
the first delegates elected in 1917
to the founding of the American
Jewish Congress.
Mrs. Mills lives at 818 Jeffer-
son Ave. where her daughter
Florence, wife of Chaplain Morris
Frank, the first Jewish Chaplain
to conduct services in France, and
her grandson Henry Jonathan
Frank.
Guest speaker for the occasion
was Jack Marash, director of the
Beach "Y," who spoke on the
work of Federation. David Gold-
stein, president of the Congrega-
tion, was special guest and ex-
tended his congratulations to the
newly elected officers.
LADIES AUXILIARY
TO HOLD PICNIC
The annual picnic of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Hollywood will
be held on Sunday. April 15. at
Greynolds Park. Facilities for
boating, bathing, horseback rid-
ing, baseball and various other
athletic activities will be pro-
vided.
Special preparations are being
made for the entertainment of
the pupils of the Sunday and He-
brew schools sponsored by the
Center and prizes will be award-
ed to the winners of games. The
arrangements committee prom-
ises a day of fun not only to the
children but to the parents.
Picnickers are requested to
bring their own lunch. The out-
door ovens at the park will be
available.
The Ladies' Auxiliary invites
the public to join them in their;
outing, with the request to meet |
in front of the Morse Arcade on
Hollywood Blvd. at 10:30 a. m.
First Oswego "* lt0.L!av* "1
For Permanent Home Helped By N.C.J.W.
Buy More War Bonds.
ASK FOR
FARM HOME
PICKLES
A Product of
Manhattan Pickle Co.
Distributed by
Florida Provision Co.
1725 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-6141
Pearl Bros.
MRS. C. F. HAAS
HOSTESS AT PARTY
ask for
KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
at your
LOCAL DELICATESSEN
THIS LABEL
Insures Your Health
U. S. Gov't. Inspected
Demand It!
DELICIOUS SALAMI
WEINERS
CORNED BEEF
PASTRAMI
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If You Are in Need of Kosher
Zion ProductsCall
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Provision
v_^0.5 Inc.
Operated by
Pearl Bros.
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
1725 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-6141
Mrs. Charlotte F. Haas will be
hostess at a desert garden card .
party at her home, 4550 N. Michi-
san Ave., Miami Beach, on April
18. at 1:30 p. m. for the benefit I
ol the Beth Sholom Sisterhood. |
Members and friends are invited.
There will be cards and man
jong and refreshments.
A committee to greet the guests
will include Mrs. Charlotte F.
Haas, chairman; Mrs. S. A. Miller.
Mrs. Morris Berick, Mrs. Joe
Lovell, Mrs. Henry Schmerin.
Mrs. I. C. Greenberg, Mrs. Ca-
mille Baum, Mrs. Leon J. E1L,
Mrs. Irving Rothman, Mrs. Jack
Schaeffer. Mrs. Charles Tobin.
13.1945
I-EGAL NOTICES"
NOTICE IS HEKKriY~p^:-----
the undesigned. doslrVn* {"*. "<
business under the fl,-iiti,,. *** In
CURRENT EVENT" ATT&SKS 3
3 gusra a^SQB
^XC,rCUltCOU"^^eth^
NATALIE M. WE^n^M00"")
Attorney for Applicant
3/16-23-30 4/6-13 '
NOTICE IS HEREBY~ar^TTr
the undersigned, desiring: to.thM
In business under the fi,,ii1(,.enM
of Hotel Roberts Tailor.TbSlF*
register said name w h the?%fi '
the Circuit Court Jf jSt %*
Florida. uadc Count,,
MAX LITWI\
Sole Owner
DIANA COOPKRSMITH
Attorney for Applicant
3/23-30 4/6-13:20
NOTICE IS HEREBYl^rr:
the undersigned is engaRwl ,r**
ness under the fictitious n"-
I'AUIVR BAR & RKBTAl'RAV?
318-320 23rd Street, Miami *L
Florida, and intends to ri>t fw"
said fictitious name in the off.JH
the Clerk of the Circuit Court o,0^'
County. Florida. of D*
PAUL GERSTMAN
Sole Owner
OEOROE CHERTKOK
Attorney for Applicant
3/23-30 4/6-13-20
RABBI WOLF GUEST
AT TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Guest speaker in the pulpit of
Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauder-
dale, at regular Friday evening
services will be Rabbi Alfred
Wolf, of Dothan. Ala., who is
Southeastern Regional Director
of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations and field
worker for the Tri-State Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods (Flor-
ida. Georgia. Alabama). A recep-
tion will be tendered the rabbi
by the Temple Emanu-El sister-
hood following Sabbath services.
Service to Foreign Corn ease
worker* of the National Council of
Jewish Women facilitate 8000 mile
trip that will reunite sixty year old
refugee with four children in Cape-
town. South Africa. First to find a
permanent home of the more than
nine hundred refugee* who are
guest* of Uncle Sam at the Oiwego
refugee camp, Mr*. El*a Neumann
(left) receive* her newly validated
passport still (tamped with the
Naai "J" from Mr*. Irving M.
Engle (right), National Chairman
of the Service to Foreign Born
Committee of the National Council
of Jewish Women. Since fleeing
front Austria to Italy eight year*
ago, Mr*. Neumann ha* 'ived in
three concentration camps, in one
of which her huiband died; lived,
for over two week* in an Italian
cellar without water or food a* but-
tle raged on the streets between the
Nazi* and the force* of the United
Nation*; and made the long trip
to America. During her stay at the
Oiwego refugee camp, she gained
thirty pound*.
ALLIES WARNED STAY
OUT OF GERMANY
EUROPEAN JEWS TO
COME TO ECUADOR
HOME FOR AGED
BOARD TO MEET
Board members of the Jewish
Home for the Aged will meet
Sunday at 10:30 a. m. for discus-
sion of business, and a meeting
of the Ladies' Auxiliary board
will follow at 2 p. m. From 3 to
6 the Home will hold "open
house,'' to which visitors are in-
vited. Alfred B. RosensUin, pres-
ident of the organization, an-
nounced that improvements on
the grounds are progressing and
that the doors are slated to be
opened for 36 aged in the near
future.
London (JTA). A warning
to American and British Jewish,
soldiers to stay out of Germany
was broadcast today by the Nazi
underground "Herewolf" station,
citing the murder of Maj. Gen.
Maurice Rose.
Threatening that all Jews who
enter Germany will be mur-
dered, the broadcast said: "This
is the signal. Unless Jews wad-
dle out of Germany with light-
ning speed, their miserable cas-
ualty list will grow. Jews must
go. We werewolves have sworn
that no Jew shall enter German
soil. Let any who dare do so be
reminded of General Maurice
Hose. The German air is un-
healthy for Jews."
NOTICE IS HERKIIY GIVEN ih
the undersigned, desirins to nntsh
business under the fictitious nam# 2
BEL-MORIS APARTMENT HOTFl
at 643 Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach
intend to register said name with
Clerk of the Circuit Court of D*
County. Florida.
BELLA CLUCK LEFK0WIT7
DIANA COOPERSMITH "RunlTZ
Attorney for Applicant
3/16-23-30 4/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVBN Oat
the tinderslgned, desiring t encase Id
huslne-ss under the fictitious name of
HALCYON RESTACRANT at l"j N
E. First St.. Miami. Ha., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dads County
Florida.
HERMAN COHEN
JACK FRIEDMAN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
4/6-13-25-27 5/4
DEPORTEES REACH
PARIS FROM OSWIECIM
CANCEL PROGRAM
PLANNED BY GENDEL
T!?e M'cmi and Miami Beach
"Ys" announce the cancellation
of the cultural program scheduled
for this Sunday evening. Trans-
portation difficulties prevented
the artist, Harry Gendel, from ap-
pearing.
WRITER TELLS OF
GERMAN ATROCITIES
With the Fourth Armored Di-
vision in Germany (JTA).As
correspondent of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, I arrived
in the Nordlager Ohrduf camp a
day after the Germans retreated
taking with them about 3,500 in-
terness, and killing the remain-
der, including 1,500 who were
deported from Hungary.
Many of the bodies of the mas-
sacred were burned by the Ger-
mans prior to retreating, but
some of the corpses were only
half-burned. The bodies of the
1,500 Hungarian Jews were dis-
covered in huge mass-pits, a half
mile away from the camp, in a
woods near a tank testing
ground. The Nazis tried to burn
these bodies so as to leave no
trace of the atrocities. They
laid beside the pits 24 stretch
rails for a mass grate. Six tar
barrels and piles of out-fire logs
remained. There were also fif-
teen-feet-lcng hooked-end poles
for manipulating the burning
corpses.
Paris (JTA).The first group
of Jewish deportees from Paris to
return from the notorious Oswie-
cim death camp reached here this
week from Poland via the Rus-
sian port of Odessa, after being
liberated by the Red Army.
The gioup consists o! eight per-
sons. The ease of one ot them,
Anna Stocklammer, can serve as
an example of the position of
many other rescued Jews who
may be repatriated to their homes
in France alter being liberated
from Gestapo camps in Eartcrn
Europe. 'this Jcv.ish woman,
who is only 23 years old but looks
emaciated from many months of
starvation, found her apartment
in Paris occurred by others, her
husband deported, and her lather,
a tailor, unable to work because
he cannot recover his apartment
although he served as a volunteer
in the French Army from 1939
until the fall ol Paris, he man-
aged to hide from the Germans
during the occupation.
By LEON GRUZKO
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Correspondent)
Quito, Ecuador (JTA). Jews
from European countries will be
admitted without difficulty to
Ecuador, President Dr. Jose Ma-
ria Velasco Ibarra told this corre-
spondent.
'"While I am President," Presi-
dent Ibarra said, "the doors of
Ecuador will be opened to every '
honest foreigner, regardless of j
race or religion. Jews who wish
10 establish an industry in Ecua-
dor or cultivate our fields, and'
v. ho bring their capital, large or
small, will be received with satis-
facticn. Our laws will protect
them fully. And the Jews who
cross our frontiers seeking pro-
tection from hatred and persecu-
tion, will receive shelter even
though they have not one cent,
because in times of emergency
when men who are suffering
musi be helped, the supreme law
is that you must love your neigh-
bor. This transcends any eco-
nomic consideration or any ad-
ministrative regulations."
NOTICE IS HERKHV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo enitate
in business under the fictitious name
of KARRV MARKET at L'sm N W,
12th Avenue, Miami. Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ARRAHAM KRONER
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys
4/13-20-27 5/4
PALESTINIAN SOLDIERS
TO RETURN AFTER WAR
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
No. 16023
In Re: ESTATE (>K ELIZABETH
DKZARA, A'K/A BESSIE DE-
ZARA. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person! Hat-
Iiik Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. arc herrty
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, Of
either of you, may have against The
estate of ELIZABETH DEZARA,
A/K/A/ HESS1E DEZARA, deceases
late of Middlesex 'ount\. Massachu-
setts, to the Hon W. P IM.AXTOX.
Countv Judpe of Dad.- County, and
file the same in his office In the
Countv Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendm months ,
from the date of the first nubl
hereof, said claims or demands to
contain th" legal address of thi
an) and to !> sworn to and |>r<
as aforesaid, or Mine "ill I"- I'arrcd.
Bee Section 120 of the 193! I'rotate
Act.
Date April 11. AD. 1945.
Ancillary Administrator of the
Estate of ELIZABETH PhZARA.
A/K/A/ 1'ESSIE DEZARA. De-
eeast',1
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator
4/1.1-20-2" 5/4
Belgrade (JTA).After almost
four years in a German prisoner-
of-war camp in Pomerania, Da-
vid A. Alcalay, president of the
Belgrade Jewish Community,
has just returned to his post.
Still wearing his worn prison-
er's coat, he told this correspond-
en about his experiences and
outlined his hopes for the up-
building of Jewish life in this
Jugoslavian capital.
"There were two Jewish com-
munities here before the war,"
Mr. Alcalay said. "One was the
Sephardic community number-
ing 9,500 members, and the other
was the Ashkenazi community
with 2.500 members. Today we
have only about 400 Jews of these
two communities left. In addi-
| tion, there are in Belgrade about
a thousand Jewish refugees from
1 other sections of Yugoslavia."
With the Jewish Brigade in
Its (JTA)Plans are now
under way for resettlement of
Pa tinian solders after the war,
Joseph Gurion, chief of the Jew-
ish Agency's special division for
soldier aid, said this week. Mr.
Gurion is presently visiting the
brigade.
When demobilized, Jewish sol-
diers will receive monetary pay-
ments from the Palestine Gov-
ernment, he stated. In addition,
they will be encouraged to ac-
cept homesteads if they do not
wish to return to their prewar oc-
cupations. These homesteads are
now being prepared through the
Jewish National Fund, Mr. Guri-
on said, and at the same time, the
Palestine Government is being
urged to open state lands to the
returning veterans.
ONE 1*1 day
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rpHINK of It I Your rnin-
* imum daily requirements
of A and D Vitamins or of
B Complex Vitamins, in one
pleasant tablet. Remember
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j In voting THIS year, you'll represent m
and women In the armed erices, u "ell
j yourself. And your duty to them. U to MP
' elect men who will be a credit to ALL Miam
PERRINE PALMER,-
Candidate for
CITY COMMISSIONER
pd. PoL Ad'


f, APRIL 13, 1945
+Jewish flcridiiar
PAGE SEVEN
iEY.wW
KILLED
Stanley Gordon, a
^"rnf the Marine Corp. was
"en,Jben act on February 19 while
lulled in action ^ duty Qn Iwo
Jima. In service
for seven years,
Gordon was
will-known here
lor his work in
X h e recruiting
service. He
, maintained his
' headquarters in
the post office
I for 2% years
J prior to going
overseas. While
i* he organized the famed Mc-
hereL. nbtoon of which he be-
Carlhy I ?mber He was wounded
%" Tn he Marianas and
Warded the Presidential
. surviving him are his
SSrJRSB. of 1735 S. W.
GflEATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The Jewish Welfare Board
wk r\
SERVICE
Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
PARADE!
LETTER FROM M. ROTH|since he has transferred how-
ever, I understand that one can
now transfer in rank. I hated to
see him lose his R. O. T. C.
IN CONGRESS. RECORD
in
was
Congressman Joe Hendricks on
the floor of the House of Repre-
sentatives March 19 made men-
tion of an unusual incident con-
cerning Sgt. Marvin Roth, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Roth of Day-
tona and nephew of Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Roth of Miami. His re-
marks, inserted in the Congres-
sional Record, occasioned much
comment by congressmen pre
10th St.________________
PFC. SCHWARTZ IS
KILLED INACTION
My Dear Mr. Schwartz: Your
.m Pfc Seymour Schwartz, was
member of the Medical Detach-
merit of the 302d Infantry and
Skilled on Feb. 9 1945. when
he with another soldier went to
he assistance of some wounded
comrades who were lying in a
minefield.
While these two heroic medical
detachment men were attempting
to evacuate the wounded out of
the minefield, they both stepped
on mines and were instantly
killed. Owing to the fact that it
was impossible to recover the
body until the minefield was
cleared, it was impossible to bury
him until Feb. 16. He was then
interred with due military honors
in the military cemetery in
Hamm, Luxembourg, in Grave
No. 20, Row 1, Plot F.
In the Bible it says, "Greater
love than this no man hath that
he laid down his life for his
friends." I believe you should
take great pride in the fact that
your heroic boy did exactly that.
For myself, I have more sym-
pathy and sorrow for you who
must continue to live than I have
for this gallant soldier who did
more than his full duty.
With renewed expressions of
sympathy, I am,
Most sincerely,
(Signed) G. S. Patton Jr.
Pfc. Schwartz was 20 years old
and had been in the army since
the latter part of 1943, and went
overseas last August. He had
completed three years of a pre-
medical course at the City Col-
lege of New York at the time he
entered the army.
standing after completing four
years of that work and hope
some day the War Department
will reinstate those who resigned
before the new rules went into
effect.
Please pardon my bragging. He
may not win medals but if he
had accepted your appointment
' he would have brought you credit
"' as he will his country.
! JEWS HAVE
FROM
NAZI DEATH CAMP
Sincerely and cordially yours.
Mack Roth.
BETHLEHEM LETTER
IS RECEIVED HERE
Lt. and Mrs. Maivin Englander
are spending a short leave in Mi-
ami. The lieutenant was gradu-
ated recently from Ordnance O.
C. S. at Aberdeen Proving
Ground, Maryland. He is grad-
uate of the University of Miami
School uf Law and practiced here
before entering the service. He
and his wife, the former Sophia
iendnch. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Tendridh, will return
to Aberdeen this week.
k ic" Machtei is spending a
i5-day fmli.ugh here with his
Pents, Rabbi and Mrs. S. M.
Machtei. His post is at Fort Jay,
Pfc. Howard Blumenkranti is
^nding the weekend here with
,4s Parents Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
iam Blumenkrantz, Cavalier ho-
* (find h" He 'S stationed
Cpl. Mitchell M. Goldman has
*n awarded four Bronze Stars
Cha,LClusier for his Presidential
tt.r1Silparenbl Mr" and
"*. Abe Goldman, 862 S. W. 6th
fatedn Aear!led- Goldman en-
ned in October, 1942 and 1
overseas two years as a
- wu,uinan, 862 S. W. 6th
],L?ave 'earned. Goldman en-.
gW m October, 1942 and hasl
ShrVerfso:is ,wo years as a
EneuL Air Force now in
ami wA hfrc- hc amended Mi-
"-raity of Miami.
Post
P't. Harry Bear has left for his
Daytona Beach after
sPendino i' a Beacn a
reTy?Afu^fih with his ea"
01 4city Mls- A- M" Bear-
^son^f \.d0re I,xv" M*T-
*rv.t l[Ml' an(l Mrs. M. May-
louRh'Dri,.",mo on a 3-day fur-
'**S h, W*"1* to a con-
J Maynervfep"al>n Durham. N.
du,y in Vi, 1 Paratrooper, saw
** Parties^, ^uroPean theatre.
WD-Day pated m the invasion
sent It cited the refusal of Sgt. I with kindcst rcgards and best
Roth s appointment to Annapolis wjsnt;s
as a desijmee of Rep. Hendricks'. Rinca
The remarks, as appearing in
the Congressional Record, follow:
Mr. HENDRICKS. Mr. Speaker
and members of the House, we
know how appointments to West
Point and Annapolis are coveted
by so many fine young men in
our districts. It certainly is a rare
thing to have one of these ap-
pointments turned down after it
has been offered.
Recently I offered an appoint-
ment to Marvin Roth, of Daytona
Beach, Fla., and it caught up with
him in the front lines. He de-
clined the appointment, prefer-
ring to stay there on the job. I
received a letter from his father,
for which I am asking permission
to include in the Record because
of the fine letter that he wrote
to his father, Mack Roth. This
boy is an honor to his country.
The letter follows:
Daytona Beach, Fla.
March 14, 1945.
Honorable Joe Hendricks,
House of Representatives,
Washington, D. C.
My Dear Congressman: Your
offer of appointment of my son
Sgt. Marvin Roth, to the
United States Naval Academy,
caught up with him at the front
lines of the Seventh Army.
Marvin writes me that he turn-
ed down your very kind and gen-
erous offer. He wants to stay with
the boys. Because I think you
should be very proud to have
selected such a boy for appoint-
ment, prompts me to write you
and tell you what he said in his
letter and point out why it is that
our American boys, will never be
defeated by any country, no mat-
ter who the enemy is. Its the
spirit of boys such as my son
that makes us all proud of being
Americans.
Quote from Marvin's letter: So
you can see that the life of a
soldier in combat is pretty easy
when he is not busy dodging bul-
lets, and with the psychology that
I use, even the falling of artillery
50 feet away isn't such a rugged
thing. Too many men go into ac-
tion with a fear of being hit,
while if you watch the odds,
you"ve safe as can be. I honestly
believe this sitting back safe from
the normal battle conditions is
more trying on the nerves than
actual fighting. Waiting and
watching has never been to my
liking, and it's making me rest-
less, as I have always been in the
past. All the fellows that are with
me seem to be perfectly content
to remain here for the duration.
but war hasn't disillusioned me
yet, so I'm still 'raring to go. I
wonder if my attitude will ever
change, but when I really think
about it, I believe I'll always
crave the excitement and adven-
ture of the unknown. I ve lis-
tened to the fellows talk about
going home, and that if they get
there, no power will induce them
to ever return overseas; but my
mind doesn't function that way,
and I've been able to make my-
self perfectly comfortable and
content regardless of where I am
at. That's why I refused Con-
gressman Hendricks appointment
when it caught up with me at the
front. I'll be back soon enough,
so don't worry." End of quote.
Not one boy in a thousand
would have refused your appoint-
ment, especially while dodging
bullets and living in foxholes. My
son has had four years of R. v.
T. C. in military colleges, and
when the need for paratroopers
became great, he wanted to trans-
fer to that branch of service, from
the infantry branch that he was
in. He could not at that time
transfer in rank, so resigned the
R O T. C. and his commission
as second lieutenant to be a buck
Sofia (JTA). About 2,000
Hungarian Jews from the Oswie-
cim death camp have already re-
turned to Budapest, it was re-
ported here this week by a Jew-
ish leader who has just arrived
from the liberated Hungarian
capital.
Another 20,000 Jewish sur-
vivors are expected to be brought
here from Oswiecim to Budapest
within the next few days, he
said. He emphasized that there
is unprecedented misery and
starvation among the Jews in
liberated Hungary because Jews
were robbed of all their posses-
But if I was startled by the i sions by pro-Nazi Hungarians
modern parallelism, if was the prior to the entrance of the Red
myriad of ghosts of long dead | Army.
the support of our ancestors and
of us too: for at every time
enemies rise against us, to an-
nihilate us; but the most Holy,
blessed He, hath delivered us out
of their hands' and I could sub-
stitute Hitler for the Assyrian
Laban who intended to kill every
Jewroot out the whole race.
And I read a prayer, which has
been repeated for centuries, and
today more loudly than ever
"May He who maketh peace in
His high heavens grant peace on
us, and all Israel, and say ye,
Amen."
Mrs. Ann Kaufman, 1824 Alton
Rd., Miami Beach, received a
copy of a letter written by her
nephew, Ensign Sidney Brisker,
to his parents, who live in Beth-
lehem. The letter, excerpts of
which are reprinted below, nar-
rates the observance of "A Seder
for two," aboard boat.
Dear Mother and Dad
The ghosts of thousands of
years of Jews were with me to-
nightfrom the first refugees of
the Bible's fascist Pharoh through
two destructions of the Temple
and through ages of wandering
and persecutionthey were with
me tonight at the strangest Seder
I've ever had.
In the jungle heat of Guadal-
canal and the torridness of the
African desert, in the biting cold
of Iceland and Alaska and the
foggy dampness of England, mod-
ern Maccabeans in the uniforms
of their beloved countries gather-
ed tonight to celebrate the de-
liverance of the Jews from the
persecution of an ancient fascisrn.
The modern parallel is quite
startling at first. It can be said,
without fear of contradiction,
there are no Jews in the ranks
of the enemy.
When I look back upon all the
Seders I've sat at, in my own
home with my beloved family,
and in strange cities with friends,
I wonder if I could have ever
dreamed that I might be spend-
ing a Passover on a U. S. war-
ship, bound on a mission of war.
Or perhaps, I should say, a mis-
sion of peace because we are
fighting for the peace for which
each Passover we lift our voices
in prayer.
. One enlisted man (ships cook,
third class) and myself are the
only Jews abroad the Beaumont,
but we decided to spend the
Passover with a Seder. At our
last port of call we obtained two
boxes of matzoh and a hagodah
from the Chaplain. Alcoholic bev-
erages are prohibited abroad U.
S. men-of-war and grape juice
was unobtainable so we substi-
tuted prune juice for wine. The
Captain said he would cooperate
in every way possible to help us
hould our Seder.
We got two chickens from tne
Chief Commissary Steward. (I
am the Commissary Officer, a
recent appointment, so it was
easily arranged.) For bitter herb
we used stalks of Chinese cab-
bage nuts, apple and honey made
charoseth and for parsley we
used the celery tops. The Officer s
Steward baked a sponge cake.
Everything else was quite ortho-
doxto the salt water and hard-
boiled egg. But lacking matzoh-
meal there were no knadele. That
would have been something to
see_the matzoh balls rolling
around with the motion of the
SlTbay in the Chief Petty Of-
ficer's quarters was partitioned
off by hanging two blankets and
the Seder was set at a taDM
Srge enough for eight Goldstein
being a cook, prepared the meal
of chicken noodle soup roast
chicken, potatoes and peas, une
cn ..* .Ai,.rfi mates served.
Jews, Visiting me tonight, who
made me feel that this prayer
for peace need not be repeated
year in and year out. We have
the answer in our power now.
The United Nations can make
this Victory one of everlasting
peace and build a world in which
Jew and Gentile, white and
colored, can live in peace, har-
mony and securityjust like we
of different faiths and races sat
down at Seder tonight.
Let us hope the next year we
can celebrate Passover for de-
liverance of the democratic world
from the barbaric hoardes of
fascism, and the peace we pray
for will be with us, forever and
ever, amen.
Goodnight, dear parentsGod
bless you.
All my love
Sydney
"Especially precarious Is the
situation of scores of thousands
of Jewish children whose parents
have either been killed or de-
ported to Germany for forced
labor or sent to Oswiecim," he
stated. "The number of deaths
among these children is increas-
ing daily, as a result of starva-
tion. In addition to the great
need for food, there is also an
urgent need for clothes and
shoes for these orphans."
Ceil Rotfort, an ensign in the
Spars, has left for New York
after spending a furlough here
with her sister. Mrs. Jean
Phillips, 2931 S. W. IstA ve.
A brother, Lt. Irving Rotfort,
is here with his wife visiting at
the home of his mother-in-law,
Mrs. Lottie Keene. Recently re-
turned from duty in England, Lt.
Rotfort has just completed a
course at gunnery school in Texas
and will be at Miami Beach for a
short while awaiting reassign-
ment.
New York (JTA)The family
of a Jewish G. I. who died in
Germany in an attempt to save
the lives of some wounded com-
rades this week received a letter
from Lieutenant General George
S. Patton, Jr., praising the hero-
ism of their son.
The letter, which was addressed
to Morris Schwartz of Brooklyn,
read as follows:
EX-MUFTI TO ASK FOR
SANCTUARY IN MECCA
New York (JTA)The ex-
Mufti of Jerusalem, wanted bfcr
the Allies for punishment as the
organizer of two Nazi-inspired
anti-British revolts in the Middle
East and as the founder of Hit-
ler's "Moslem Legion" in Europe,
will seek to gain sanctuary in the
Holy Moslem city of Mecca, ac-
cording to information received
here from authoritative Middle
East sources.
If the ex-Mufti succeeds in
reaching Mecca, it is pointed out,
he will be safe from extradition
and punishment even though the
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is at
war with the Axis powers. Under
Koranic law, once in the Holy
City, he cannot be deprived of
sanctuary.
Paris (JTA).A decree which
provides for governmental care of
all children of persons deported
by the Germans, regardless of
their nationality is under con-
sideration by the government, it
is learned here. Details of the
measure have not been disclosed.
oTchiVen noodle soup roast
chicken, potatoes and pcaa
of the Steward's mates sen
We had several guests, the
%n90wertPtahSeSOFVoeur Questions
asked by Goldstein. ^ ^
private in the paratroops. I dare The'modern P ^ -And it fa
aTy %% W/ffiJfi^tlX SSSft Pn-i" which has been
New York (JTA)Hundreds
of thousands of Jews in the lib-
erated areas in Europe and thou-
sands of others in the Middle
East are clamoring for immediate
immigration to and settlement in
Palestine, Eliezer Kaplan, treas-
urer of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine, who arrived in this
country by air this week, said
in a statement issued by the
United Palestine Appeal.
Citing reports received from
emissaries of the Jewish Agency
TO TRY PERSECUTORS
AHEAD OF CRIMINALS
Bucharest (JTAJtRumanians
charged with the persecution
and murder of hundreds of thou-
sands of Jews will be tried be-
fore any other war criminals.
Minister of Justice Lucretiu Pa-
trascanu told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency in an exclusive
interview. The trials will begin
as soon as preliminary examina-
tions, before which survivors of
Transnistrian camps are testify-
ing, are completed.
At the same time, Mr. Patras-
canu assured the JTA corre-
spondent that houses and apart-
for Palestine, Mr. Kaplan said
that the surviving remnants of ments from which Jews were
the Jewish population in Greece,
Bulgaria, Rumania and Hungary
are in a desperate state of home-
lessness and are pleading for the
opportunity to emigrate to Pales-
tine "as the one means of achiev-
ing security and freedom in the
postwar world."
ousted during the Antonescu re-
gime will be returned to them
on April 23, in accordance with
the decree on restoration of
property issued several months
ago.
Buy More War Bonds.
While on a recent visit here, Dr. Stephen S. Wise, national Jew-
ish figure, made a tour of Army installations with Ben Lambert
JWB representative here. He is pictured during one of his stops
with Chaplain Sol Kraft, stationed on Miami Beach, Col. Luther
Hill, commanding officer, and Mr. Lambert.
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FRIDAY. APRIL

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OBITUARY
LOUIS GOLDSTEIN
Louis Goldstein. 77. of 811 B. W.
11th Ave.. died this week In a Miami
Beach hospital following a long ill-
ness. Known to his host of fiends
as -Pop Golde." He came to Mlam
19 years ago from New \ork cll> and
was a retired ladles' coat designer.
He Is survived by a dai-Rhjer. Mis.
gadye ,; Koee, director of the J.wish
officiating. _____
GUY L. GOLDSMITH
Guv U Goldsmith. 58 ot 1450 Meri-
diani Ave.. Miami Beach, died in a
gSokb-n N. v., howital Wednesday,
April 4. H came to Miami In W
from Atlanta. Ga.. and was I ft*
mv sales-nan Surviving. the
widow. Mrs. Dora .o .Ismith. two
sons U. Jerome Ooldamlth and C.v>.
i Vi .ld.mith. l,..th overseas; a daugh-
far Peggy, of Miami Lteach. one
"'ie, MtVm Platauer. of Atlanta
and three brother.. B. U <*****&
i.i.i Edward 1. Goldsmith, both ot
4 inn I. ami M b. Goldsmith, of
Wchmond, va. Bervlcee were held in
Brooklyn. _____
MRS. LOLTr-REEDMAN
Ruth and L I Mrs Jane Sliver
all f Miami Beach; the moth
two elsters. The bodj wan sent to
Ken v..rk for services Mondaj 0}
Riverside Memoral chapel.
SAMUEL^HELLMAN
Samu.-I Hellman, 58 of 1.......
ve Miami Beach, died In a
hospital following a short Illness He
I.'.,,,',,. Miami five months ago from
Brooklyn, M. Y-, and was n the
:-VY
JOSEPH TAYLOR
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B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By DAVID R. ISEN
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Long Island, N. Y.
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YOUR
CITY COMMISSIONER
Your Vote and Support
Appreciated
Pd. Pol. Adv.
An unusually large crowd of
approximately 200 people oc-
cupied every seat in Beth David's
Auditorium at last Tuesday eve-
ning's meeting. The streamlining
of the meeting by President
Harold Turk and the excellent en-
tertainment that followed was de-
serving of this fine turn-out.
The Bialik Singing Society con-
ducted by Cantor Emanuel Bark-
an of the 14th Street Community
Center sang a group of Hebrew
and Yiddish melodies that thrilled
the audience. Cantor Barkan is
to be congratulated on the ex-
cellence of this organization. We
hope that we may be favored
with a return engagement soon.
The Day Room at the Nautilus
hospital is now being serviced
by the Young Women of Emma
Lazarus Chaoter. Bette Sir. chair-
man, and her committee are plan-1
ning a program of musicales.
games and dances for the boys.;
We are sure that they will do
this job with the same efficiency
that they have tackled and per-
formed all their previous tasks.
Drive," to help clothe the un-
fortunate oeople of Europe is now
being conducted in this area by
several women's groups of which
our own Women's Auxiliary is a
guiding organization. Please bring
your clothing to 514 Washington
Ave. on the Beach, Monday to
Fridav between 11 to 4 or to
1348 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami, on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
between 11 and 4. Friends, open
your closets, clean out those
trunks, send all that winter cloth-
ing which you ever use to the
organization.
At the Tuesday meeting it was
voted on and passed that all A.
Z. A. members of 21 and in the
armed services are now auto-
matically members of B'nai B'ritn
without the payment of any ini-
tiation fee or dues whatsoever.
So, folks, those of you who have
sons who were members of A. Z.
A. before they went into service
vou can notify them now that
they are full fledged members
of B'nai B'rith.
strong. Every week 150 to 260
boys and girls of the armed serv-
ice are being served breakfast
which includes all the "fixings
such as bagel, lox, eggs, cheese,
herring, etc. There is no question
that this is one of the most grati-
fying of our projects. You can
actually see the pleasure exuding
from the faces of the boys and
girls as they partake of a real
"Yiddish" breakfast.
Now that the tourist season is
over we are able to house every
Saturday night 125 to 200 soldiers
and sailors in our best hotels on
the Beach. The hotelmen are to
be thanked for their fine coopera-
tion in this excellent project.
Keep on Buying War Bonds
and Stamps.
The "United National Clothing
The Sunday morning breakfast
at the Beach "Y" is still going
HAIR REMOVED
SHORT WAVE
ELECTRONIC METHOD
Recoqnized by Medical Science
as the most advanced, accurate
method of removing superfluous
hair permanently.
Tested and recommended by Dr.
David Derow of the Beth Israel
Hospital of N. Y. C.
Eyebrows, Hairline, Legs and
Arms also treated.
IRENE GOODMAN
530 Lincoln Road
Ph. 58-2997
MEN
Want To Grow Hair?
Phone for Appinlroent
MIsr Hartley
3-4851
Buy War Bonds and Starr*
DR. MARSHALL WRIGHT
Optometrist
306 CALUMET BLDG
10 N. E. 3rd Ave
PHONE 3-2100
Buy More War Bonds.
SWovcU Qtotlva
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
Duty on submarines'pig boats' to the Navy
man is rugged Long tedious days in
cramped quarters jumpy hours waiting
for the "kill" seemingly ages of soul
wracking time spent far below while the*
enemy prowls above ... the occasional thud'
of an exploding depth charge to jar the
tense nerves of the men below 1
But duty in Uncle Sam's modern undei-iea
craft is much better than it used to bt .
thanks to the miracle of Air Conditioning.
Gone forever are the terrible heat and foul air
the 'pig boat' man today at least has the
blessing of cool fresh air to make hit tedious
and dangerous duty easier.
Air Conditioning has gone to war today It
is submarines, ships and advance bases .
tomorrow it will be the plants, stores, offices
and that dream home you are waiting to build.
SoU Distributor, in South Florida of
But even now, Belcher maintains its staff of
Air Conditioning consultants who will gladly
work with you, your architect and consulting
engineer to plan Air Conditioning and unit
heating for your home or industrial needs of
>
tomorrow.
Deposits on Carrier Home Air Conditioning
units are being taken now at Belcher
Industries. Orders will be filled in sequence
M toon at possible after Victory.
BELCHER,
INDUSTRIES
A Divmon of
Belcher Oil Company
,,, ESTABLISHED 191$
WIAMi AND PORT EVERGLADES. FLORID*
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600 volunteer work-
Morc ^nvSg Greater Mi-
* arn b3of the. Greater
a"11 oni,w^h Federation 1945
M'anlv^,e Campaign.
Ltfuded on the list released
t0 date are: ^ A,, MrH.
LroiiaiJ A"' \i,s It. Abrahams.
(S9 AbialM. N.uhIlll Abruiiis.
Ms**1!* ^ ''u kcrman, Mrs. I'~
Abulnl"'. *;,.',,.* Addnmn. N. Adel-
Ackrrman, M M George Adler.
>JI \trn. Sol
Mrs.
Sam
nia"'
Ueata Adler.
Rudy Adler, Mrs.
Herman Alenler.
... J. Alexander.
David Alper. Mrs.
Sidney Alterman
BfSr
>"""' ? Mi'ir fir* Joseph Arkln. A.
>''r/>'"",!:. An.novitz. Mrs. Kose
Louis Auer-
*"* ,s I/.u Bandel. raul Bar-
.-' Ia*'"'s' |,,il, Mrs. Kannle
Ml'V IS Mr* I>*vld Bass.
''"* MaunuS Mrs. Kate
UM OT V M Hear. Joseph
BwimoeW. g- Becker. Frank
Berk. '. .,..,.,.* Heckerman. Dr.
gjk.r. M Wan, ',.li;l,.|,.s neekwltt.
g. l"'kl!,a'.-,.,.? Mrs Charles Uelan-
A:.,.. ......mill. Mrs. Jack Ben-
Aroii'
ATOM
nell.
lii skm.
PPTSSrau. 'Joseph rmann.
ler I I ..rmann, Mrs- Joaoph Ber-
JWei.h IIn"'f"V...,ner, Mrs. Aaron
mann. ,,. rt Bernstein,
firn K "*<. Mrs. Slvle Bernstein.
EJ Bladerman, Uouta
Mrs.
itoln.
Mrs.
Black. Mrs.
Blank, Miss
Harry Bllch-
ter. Harry Boyell Mrs.
Mrs. Iu Boyell. S.
Bom i '-
Mr) Frieda
n 'nnVr Archie Brick. Shepard
Benjamin Bronston,
Bronsteln.
Mrs. 1>. Brown,
---ll^^^^ai^^nah
1, Burlant. Mrs. C. Burns.
Capland, Mrs. Lionel
Mrs Alvln Casaal. I;lnel Cm-
Mr, Helen Cassow, Mrs. I'hllln
aim n I-- Chalkln. Mrs I-eo
Mr- !: Chapman, Cieorge
Burd. Ja
Mrs. William
Carp*
ifi. "
Chaikin.
Srt. Mrs- .V.,rBe"V-her,kof. Mrs.
rShester. Mr. Cholodenko. Mr*
M.
lsldor
Cohen,
CkakdMko, Mi '-"hen. Alex Cohen.
Mr"(.",.. U Cohen, Mrs. Clarence
(1.l,h,.,A,,:..,.1,,. Cohen. Geoma
Cohen, Hyman rohen.
Cohen. Jenkins Cohen. -
Jforray Cohen, Murray (i. "e"- M"'
Harrv Cone, Miss Frances Cooper.
R Frank Corel. Harry A Cornblum.
i; Cornfield, Mrs. E. j Covner, M i-'lorence f.ralK. Miss
norenct Cromer, Maurice CromMf.
Mr- S K Panels. Harry Uanzlger
lira Harry Pansier. Mrs. Bernard
Davis, Mr Ida Davta, Mrs. Iiucllle
Davis, Mark Davis, Mrs. Alice De-
Orool Mr. P.-nnenhertt. Mra^.. J"
Dtutsch, B. Dlckerman. Mrs. B. g}0*"
trman, Mrs. Sam Piikson, Sam l"-"-
II nv niets, Mrs. Jessie Dlu-
latch, Mrs Max Dobrln, Mrs. A. I>rf,
K Dorlf, Mrs. E. Dorff. Milton Drey-
*eph Pul.in, Mrs. Charlotte
Dworak) .. ., _
Leonard Euert, II. J. Rhrens, Mis.
J. Ehrlich, Slitmund Elaenberg, Mrs.
Nohl Elsensleln, I....... Klkin. Mrs.
Sarah Kliis I;. MA. lCmanuel, Mrs.
K-----. Mi s, .la.* Ksterkes.
Hm 8 Fagenaon, Mrs. Anna
s ., Mrs, Aaron Farr. Mrs.
Win Farr, Mam Felnberg, Mrs. N.
1' Bold, Mrs. H, Feldbaum, Mrs. Kay
f Mi Bessie Feldan, Mrs. J.
v- Mi i" enh Fenlas, Mrs. Betty
ftuer. i' I'-r F.-ii.-r, Sol Finn. Mrs.
Arthur PI Ion, Dr. F. II. Fisher,
Dr, l/.iii< Flelsehman, Meyer Forer,
Frank, Irving Frankel,
M II I- ..' .1 i: Frerhltng. Mrs.
Freehllng, Mrs. Freda Free-
man, Mrs. Stanley Frehllng, Mrs. M.
fn !. II r ,! Mrs. HynUtn Fried-
man, Mrs, m Friedman, Milton Fried-
Mrs Millon Friedman. Mrs.
Pruehtman, Ernest Fnl.l, Mrs. Maur-
ice Furman, Sam Futerfaa.
A. Qalbul Miss Florence C.allcer.
J'rs Rose Rallrer, Nat Garber, Mrs. Fay Carbett. Joe
'. Joe flardner, Mrs. Joseph
er, M < liutli (ierd. Miss Polly
Moni I Cerstein, Mrs. Mor-
]::'' < Mrs Samuel flctzug. Ben
glUer, Mrs A. It. Clllman. Miss
1 ncei Ginsberg, Uuth Olnsberg, M.
When You Think of Real Estate
Think Of
LEO EISENSTEIN
REALTOR
I Lincoln Road Phone 5-64Tt
Deoendable, Conscientious Service
MILTON KLEIN
Painting Contractor
No Job Too Large or Too 8mall
PAINTING PAPER HANOINO
WATERPROOFING
PHONE 4-1920
U. Glad. Mrs. C-nry Glatt. Ur. M. J.
Gllck, Miss Fannie Glickman, Uavid
(ilosser, Mrs. Teddy (iodfreld. Louis
Gold, Sam (iold, Mrs. Sam Ann Goldberg, Mrs. Bora (ioldberg,
(ieorge (ioldberg, Mrs. Ida. (iuldberg,
Mr. (Joldcnblank. Mrs. Harold Goldln,
Mrs. Golilln, Mrs. Goldman, Mrs.
(ioldman, Al Uoldman, Mrs. I. H.
Goldman, Mrs. M. Goldman, Sam
Goldman, Mrs. Sam Goldman, Sol
Goldman, Mrs. B. Max Goldstein,
Mrs. Lillian Goldstein, Fmanuel Gold-
strlch, Mrs. S. Goldstrlteh, Sol Gold-
strom, Mrs. (Soodlow, Mrs. B. Good-
man, Mrs. J. J. Goldman, I)r, Morris
Goodman, 8. A. Goodman, Mrs. Anna
Gordon. Harry Gordon, Harry Gordon,
Mrs. Jack Gordon, Stuart Gordon,
Mrs. Stuart Gordon, Max Gottlieb,
Mrs. Kmil Gould, Roland Granat,
Mrs. Albert Green, Mrs. Henry Green,
Leon Green, Lewis Green, Mrs. Man-
nio Greenbauni, Mrs. Barbara Qreen-
bcrg. Mrs. Benjamin Greenberg, Mrs
Kay Greenberg, Robert Greenberg,
Kitty Greenstein. Mrs. Rita Green-
wood, William Groner. Mrs. J. Gross,
Miss Ruth Gross, Lazar Grossberg,
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Samuel
Grundwerg, Mrs. Florence Itutter.
Mrs. Charlotte Haas, Nat Hankoff,
Mrs. Nat llAnkoff, Fred Hantenberg.
Mrs. T. Hantmnn. Ben Hartley, Mrs.
L. J. Hartz, Iuls Hclman. Albert
Heller, Moe Helper, Abe 'Htrshbeln,
Mrs. Merlin Hersfeld, Mrs. Elix
Hlnkes, Mrs. Muriel Illrsch, Mrs. H.
Hoekhouser, Max Hoffman. Mrs. Max
Hoffman. Mrs. Ieo Hohauser. Mrs.
Harry Holland, Mrs. Sara Holland.
Mrs. David Honoroff.
Mrs. H. Imber, Mrs. Herman Isaac-
son. Mr. Kmil Isborg, David R. Isen,
Mrs. Cella Isner.
Morris Jacobs. Mrs. Morris Jacobs.
Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Mrs. M. Jacks-
kind, Mrs. Belle Jacobson, Gus Jacob-
son, Mrs. Gus Jacobson, I. B. Jacob-
son, B. Jacobson, Dr. I/eonard Jacob-
son, Julius Jacobsteln, Mrs. Julius
Jacobsteln, B. Jacobus, Mrs. Chas.
Jamison, Jack C. Jayson, Fred Jonas,
l.ou Jonas, Mrs. Ada Joseph. Mrs.
Helen Josepher.
Albeit Xahn, Mrs. Arthur S. Kahn,
B. 8, Kahn. Kllard Kahn, Harry
Kahn, Simon Kahn, Ann A. Kamens,
Benjamin Kane, Samuel J. Kanner
Mrs. Anne Kaplan, Mrs. George Kap-
lan, Hyman Kaplan, Mrs. Hyman
Kaplan, Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Leon
Kaplan, Mrs. S. Kaplan, Mrs. Lily
Kaplow. S. A. Karns, Samuel Kaip,
Anna Kas>t, Harold Kassewltz, Mrs.
Helen Katz. M. Katz, S. Katz. Sim
Kats, Mis. Mickey Kauffman, Miss
Kilna Kaufman. H, Kaufman. Mrs.
Henry Kaufman. Morris Kaufman,
Samuel Ktlve. Mrs. Rose Klmball,
Mrs. Bessie Kimmel, Mrs. Rosalind
King, Abe Klrschenbaum. Mrs. Ar-
thur Klein, Mrs. B. Klein, Edward A.
Klein, Mrs. H. Klein, Dr. Maurice
Klein, Mrs. Ruth Klein, Mrs. Kleln-
berg. Edward M. Kline, Mrs. Frank
Kline, Mrs. I. G. Kobley, Hy Kohl.
Hairy Kohn, Mrs. Harry Kohn. Mrs.
Reba Kohn. M. .1. Kopelowitz, H.
Koretsky, Mrs. S. Koatoff, Mrs.
Harrv Kotkln, Nut Koven, Harry
Kosakoff. Mrs. Harry Kozakoff. Dr.
Harry Kraff, Mrs. Nathan Kramer,
Marvin Krause. Louis J. Krensky,
\V. Kresner. Mrs. M. Krlegel. Mrs.
C. H. Krone. Chester Krone, Abe
Kronenfeld, Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Sam Kulok, Max Kupfersteln. Mrs.
Max Rupper, Abe Kurnian, Mrs. Sally
Kurman, r>r. Alexander Kushner,
Sam La.hmnii, Miss Libbv Lack.
Miss Rae I_ack. H. I Benjamin Landau. George J Landes,
Jacob Langfur, Isidore Ijingner, Wil-
liam Lascher, Lester Lasky, Mrs.
Mlna Lavlne. Frank Lazarus, Joseph
Leblang. I-oul I^bowltz, Sidney
lipfrnurt, Mrs. Sidney I>-f l'hillp Ixfkowltz. Rabbi Irving I.ehr-
man, Geraidlne Lelbovit, J. Leonard,
Miss 1'hvllis I^eopold, Mrs. Samuel
lyschel, Max Ix>shnick, Anna Leven-
gon, Mrs. Sam I.evenson, Mrs. Anne
LeVln, I Levin, Isaac Levin, Miss
Rebecca Levin, Mrs. Sara Levin, Mrs.
Itenjamln I.eVine. Mrs. Laura Le-
vlne, S. H. I.evine. Mrs. Rose Irfvln-
son. Mrs. Elaine Levy, Miss Evelyn
Lew, Mrs. J. Gerald I,ewis, Mrs. Sid-
n.-v Lewis, Mai-cle l.iberman. Mrs.
I.lbman. Mrs. L. Llchenstetl.r, Mor-
ris A. Uchtmnn, I^'on Lieberman.
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Llghtnian, Martin I.lppman. Mrs.
Felice Llpton, Joseph Upton. Sam
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Rose l.uri.i, Mrs. G. Lynn. Norman
Lvons. Dr. Louts O. I.ytton.
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L. Margulies, Mrs. Sidney Margue-
lles. Mrs. Charles Mai ieiithal, Na-
than Markowltz. M. M. Mason, Mrs.
Mates, Mrs. Martha Mauer, Murray
Maurer, Hvman Maxwell, C. Samuel
Mazor. J. Mechlow. W. Mechlowltz,
Mrs. Max Melsel, Mrs. Umis Mitus
Newton Mercer. Mrs. Merlson. Rabbi
Moses Mescbeloff, Meyer Messlnger,
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Meyers. Dr. Herman Meyers. Mrs.
Rose Mevers, Ernest Mezey, Airs.
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ehels. Mrs. Dorothy Miller. Harry
Miller. Mrs. Irene Miller, Jack Miller,
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Miller, Saul Mllsteln. Benjamin Mln-
enberg. Mrs. Mlnkoff. Mrs. A. Minor.
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seph Mlntzes. S. Mitchell, Mr Moll-
koff, Mrs. Dorothy Morris, Mrs.
R. Morris, Ben Moskowltz, Mrs.
A. Moss, Stanley C. Myers,
Stanley C. Myers.
Jack Nades. Mrs. Paula Nadler.
M. Nankin, Julius Nathanson.
Nemoff, Mrs. T. Neuwlrth, Mrs.
xella Newiander. Edward T.
man, Mrs. Myron Newman,
Newmark. Harry Novack.
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Mrs. Harry Ollphant, Mrs.
lansky. Max Orovltz. Mrs.
vltz, Mrs. A. Orovltz, Mrs. Rose Of-
80Dr"l^wis Palay. Mrs Albert P.1-
lot. Miss Helen Pameff, Mrs. Ann
Pastroff. Mrs. Herman Pearl.
Pearl, Jules Pearlman. I
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Mrs.
M.
M.
Gl-
New-
Mrs.
Oka,
Ida Or-
Max Oro
vld Phillips, Mrs. Stanley Phillips,
Mrs. Sylvia Phillips, Mrs. Blanche
Classen, Mrs. Edna Platkin, Mrs.
Harry I'latoff. M. I'latt, Mrs. Abo
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Pollack. Joe Pollack, Mrs. Harry Po-
losky, .Mrs. C. Pomerants, L. Pow-
esky, Mrs. L. I'owesky, Carl A.
Preue, Mrs. k. rntneer, Miss Kara
1'ugutsky, Jacob l'ulver.
Albert QuadOW, Dr. Harry Queen,
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phie Rablnowilz, George ICichlin,
-Mrs. N. Douglas Raff, Jacob Rai-
chick. Mrs. Jacob Raichlck. Ezra
Raphael, Mortimer Raskin, Mrs. Ral-
ner, M. Ratner, Mrs. Matilda Rat-
ner, Mrs. ltatspi eeher, Annie Rauzln,
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Murray Reckson, Aaron Reiler. Mrs.
Flounce itelser, Mrs. Relsner, Mrs.
Relt.-r, Mrs. Max ReM,icoif. Mrs.
Reubenatein, Mrs. Ben Rich. Mrs.
Manny Rich, Al Richardson, Jacob
Kichiuan, Mrs. Marion Rlchman.
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ler. Mrs. Anna Bobbins, Mrs. Jack
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kaw, Frank Rose. Harry Rose. Jo-
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in M. J. Rose, Mrs. B. Rosen, Mrs
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Safer, Dr. M. J. Safra, Mrs. Miriam
Bager, Mrs. R. Sakowltz, Ned K.
Saal, rhlllp Salmon, Morris .Salomon,
Mrs. Morris Salomon, Joseph Bchaf-
fer. Mike Scharf, Herbert E. Scher,
Mis. Herbert Seller. Mrs. Mendel
Scheinherg, Mrs. Tess Scheuer, Abe
Schiff, Mrs. H. Mhlansky, Hugo
Bohonberg, Meyer Bchuldlner, Mrs.
I'M. Schwartz, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz,
Sam Schwartz, Mrs. Jean Schwartz-
man, Dr. jandon Bchwars, Ruth
Schweitzer, Mrs. C. Segal, George
Selgel, Mrs, Audrey Selmndorf, Mrs.
Henry Seitlln, Mrs. Jean Seitlin, Sam
Seltlln. Miss Shirley D. Seitlin, Mrs.
Selevan, Monte Selig, Mrs. Monte
Bellg, Mrs. Harry Sellus. Joe
Keltxerman, imn Bepler, I.. Serdin,
Sirs. U Serdin. Hyman Serota. Miss
Iiottle Shacht, Mrs. Elsie Shackman,
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Mrs. Max L.
Shapiro, S. W. Shapiro, I. Shapoff,
Mrs. I. Shapoff. Miss Sue Sharon,
Wm. S'hechter. Mrs. S. Shandloff,
Mrs. Nathan Shepsenwald, Bert Sher.
Jacob Sher. Mrs. Herman Sherman.
Fred Shochet. Mrs. Shulkin. Mrs.
S'hulman, Ben Shiilman. Mrs. Slegel,
Jacob Slegel. Mrs. J Slegel, Nathan
Slegel Mrs. S. Slegel, Mrs. Ida Sil-
berlicht, Ben Silver, Max Silver. Sam
Silver, Mrs. Sam Silver. Mr. Silver-
man, Mrs. Sllverman, David Silver-
man, Mrs. Jean Sih erman, Mrs. Wil-
liam Sllverman. Mrs. Fay Slinms.
Mrs. Adele Simon, Jack Simon, Max
Singer. William D. Singer, Mrs. Wil-
liam D. Singer, Miss Betty Sir, Harry
Slrkln, Mrs Miriam Slrkin, Mrs. Slr-
kls, Mrs. Millie Slepian. Mrs. William
Slepian. Sam Snoll, I'aul Sobel. Mrs.
Joseph S'ocoloff, Mrs. J. B. Solomon,
Leo Solomon, Mrs. Sam Solovey. Mrs.
Jovce Sonenbllck, Hyman Bootln,
Judge Harold Spaet, Miss Linda Spi-
talnick, Bert Stark. Norman Stark.
Henry Slekr, Mrs. Henry Stelg. Mrs.
Anna Stiger, Mrs. Stein, Joseph R.
Stein, Leo Stein, Morton Stein. Sam
Stein. Mrs. Harry Steinberg. Mrs.
Elizabeth Stelnhardt, Mrs. Sidney
Stepkln, Mrs. A. Lester Stepper,
Mrs. Bernard Sterling. Myron Stern,
Mrs. M. Stevens, Mrs. Sara Steifel,
Mrs. Louis Stone, Mrs. Arthur
Storch. Evelyn StorCh. Mrs. Strauss,
Mrs. Nathan Strauss, Martin J. Stre-
lltz. David Stuzin, Mrs. A. Suber-
man, Max Sulken, Mrs. Carl Suss-
klnd. E. Sussman.
Mrs. s. Taplan. Clara Teltlebaum,
Jack Teltler, M. Tempkln. Mrs.
Oladys Tepper, Joseph Tepper. Jack
Perth. Mrs. Tlvcrgo, Charles Tobin,
Mrs. Torak, Mrs. Toiib, Iuis Touby.
Gus Trail. Sam Trauiig, Mrs. Sam
Tianrlg. Harold Turk, Morris Thu-
roff, Mrs. Sarah Thuroff, Mrs. Dave
Tyler.
BMgar Van Damm, Ixiuls Vangll-
d.r, Mrs. Louis Viingilder. Alex Van
Straaten.
Phil W.ildman. Mrs. S. B. Ward.
Mrs Ben Warshaw, Mrs. Dora
Wechsler. Bruno Well. Mrs. Sam
Weinfeld, Carl Welnkle. Mrs. t ail
Welnkle, Jerome Welnkle, Mrs. Je-
rome Welnkle, Meivin Welnkle. Mrs.
Edward J. SVelnst.in, Miss Natalie
Wemstein, Dr. Philip Welnsteln. C.
Weintraub. Mrs. Joseph Welntraub,
Mrs William Weintraub, Milton
Welsberger. L. Weisburg. Mrs C.
Weiss, Gene Weiss, Milton Weiss,
Jacob Weiss, Nat Weiss. Mrs. Weltz-
man, Paul Weltzman, Herman .ep-
man, Mrs. Herman Wepman. Kurt
Wexel, Murry Weyner. Leonard A.
Wlen. Mrs. Milton Wiener. Henry V.
Williams. Nat Williams. Mrs. Nat
Williams. Mrs. LpuJi W01i*B.
Wolff, Henry E. Wolff. Mrs. Milton
Wolff, Mrs. I-enn Wolk, Miss Edna
Wolkowsky. George Wolpert, Mrs.
George Wolpert.
Gharles Zalls Joe Zalls, Mrs. Joe
Zalls. Iuls Zelentz. Mrs. H. Zellln-
irer Ben Zimmerman, A. Zinnsmon,
Mrs. Gus Zoslow. Mrs. Sonla Zucker.
Sevmour Zuker, Harry Zukernlck.
Mrs. Sidney Zwlcker. ^______
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
BETH SHOLOM CENTER. Con-
servstive, 761 41st St., Miami Beach.
Friday evening service at 8:15 p. m.
Dr. Jacob Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of
Temple Israel, will preach on "Bet
Goil Ho It!" Rabbi Leon Kronish will
conduct the service. An Oneg Shabbat
will follow, with Mrs. Minnie Reckson
and Mrs. Murray Reckson as hostesses
in honor of the birthday of Dr. Murray
Reckson. Cantor Louis Hayman will
officiate and bad the Congregational
singing. Saturday morning services at
10 a. m. Rabbi Kronish will preach on
the portion of the week.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
Friday evening services at 7 p. m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro anil Cantor Abra-
ham Friedman will officiate. Satur-
day morning services at K:30 a. m.
Rabbi Shoplro will discuss "A Piled
Challenge:'' Junior services at 10:30
a. m. During the assembly Sunday
morning, sound moving pictures will
will be shown to students of the Sun-
day and Hebrew Schools.
p. m., Schalos Seudos to follow. Sun-
day School at 10 a. m. Hebrew School
dally at 3:30 p. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform, 137 N.
E. 19th St.Friday evening services
at 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Saul Appelbaum
will speak on Margaret Halsey's
"Some of My Best Friends Are
Soldiers." Saturday morning services
at 11 o'clock. Rabbi Appelbaum will
speak on the Portion of the Week.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.Friday evening services
at 7:15 p. m. Saturday morning serv-
ices at 7 and 9. Minnionalre service
at 9:30 a. m. Junior Congregation
service at 10 a. m. Rabbi Moses Mes-
chellof will preach. Sermon theme on
the "Weekly Portion of the law.'
Slialosh Seudos at 7:15 p. m. Religious
School dally from 4 to 7 p. m. Sundays,
9 to noon.
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MUNITY, Conservative, 1415 Euclid
Ave.Kabhnlas Shabbas at 7:15 p. m.
Friday evening. Saturday morning
services at 9 a. m. Guest speaker,
Stanley C. Myers will discuss "Th
Challenge of the Hour." Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate and Cantor
I r.Lionel Barkan will chant. Mlnchn
at 6:30 p. m. with Shalos Seudos to
follow. Maarlv at 7:30 p. m. Youth
Council dance for Intermediates at
s:3ft p. in. Sunday morning at 9 a. m.
the A.Z.A.-B.B.G. Breakfast service
will take place. Sajnday school at
10 a. m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services at 7 p. m.
Saturday morning services at 9 a. m.
Mitch i at 5:30 p. m. Schalos Seudos
to follow. Schanrel Zedek Talmud
Torah, 1545 S. W. 3rd St.Friday eve-
ning services at 7 p. m. Saturday
morning senior services at 8:30 a. m.
Junior services at 10:30 a. m. Rabbi
Simon April will speak. Mlncha at 6:30
CITIZENS OF MIAMI BEACH
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340 23rd St., Miami Beach
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2160 N. W. 1st Ave.
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FRANK STRAW, ELECTRIC CONTRACTOR
1236 N. E. 2nd Ave.
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17 South 4th Ct., South Miami
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3328 S. W. 23rd Tr.
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155 W. Flagler St.
SYBIL'S WOMAN'S APPAREL
76 S. E. 1st St.
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Merchandise Food Brokers
55 N. E. 24th St.
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1021 Biarritz Dr., Miami Beach
EAST COAST FISHERIES
360 JV. Flagler St.
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118 N. W. 1st Ave.
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170 N. W. 5th St.
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400 S. W. 8th Ave.
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PAGE ELEVEN
El^th'a Responsibility in the
1f fe Saving Federation Drive
. p GANNES
By Director of the Bureau
I^TjSrUhEducation
"iSnate goal of Jewish
The .ultl",aietivc affiliation and
l^,lon,i'n o vouth with the
1 jntification oiy ffiliatl0n m-
J^Cnfi many things the
W^JttvB Jewish heril"
F0WLedgnbservance of our tradi-
Wthe, Participation in Jew-
defer
sharing
the re-
"i^Sn^ fellow Jews
I When ntte and wholesome
1 SSffikweadults have ful-
fe''f art o our responsibility
P1? eP lewish education will
Raws
enter the blood
btc Louis Marshall, ermn-
. ia,,ver and Jew, said. The
I nrablem of American Jewry
BATE find ,c simplest the
r?Hir?rt and the most effec-
F* InV 'i: reeaininB what we
r?ho n losinp the finest ideals
fe5nfrom our forefather^
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SEBVINC MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI
fxctWvefy Jewish
One of the finest ideals our sages
have taught is expressed in the
maxim, "Kol Yisroel Areivim Zeh
Bozeh," (All Jews are responsi-
ble for one another). Mr. Mar-
shall said that we must find the
most direct means of teaching our
ideals. What can be more direct
than to ask our youth to share
in the responsibilities facing Jews
today? Is there anything more
effective in bringing home the
great needs of our people than
by participating in a Federation
campaign? Is there a more ef-
fective way of teaching pragmat-
ically the maxim of "Kol Yisroel
Areivim Zeh Bozeh?"
Could we but use Jewish Fed-
eration as motivation in our
classrooms, the formal studies
would become alive and vital;
Jewish ideals, realities; Jewish
history, a continuous process;
Jewish current day affairs, under-
standable; Palestine, meaningful;
the responsibility of American
Jewry, poignant; and Jewish uni-
ty, a fact!
It is true the youth contribute
their pennies. They have learned
that we Jews pride ourselves on
being a charitable people. Yes.
they have learned that we must
continue to be charitable. All this
is worthy, but it is not enough.
It is only in the rare instance
that the youth is educated to
understand the purposes of the
organizations to which he con-
tributes and the part they play
in Jewish life. It is in the rare
instance that the youth under-
stands that his contribution is not
to come only from a feeling of
pity, but from a sense of justice
and from a sense of belonging to
a collective group that is strug-
gling to survive physically, cul-
turally, and spiritually.
Without the proper understand-
ing of giving, contributions lose
their meaning and will not be ef-
fective in training intelligent
Jewish leadership for the future.
From childhood on, youth must
be trained to understand Jewish
responsibility and to give his
money and time.
The Youth Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
is now functioning side by side
with the Adult Division. This
year we are starting with the
youngest (in the kindergarten
classes) and reaching the teen
ages. In the Hebrew Schools and
Sunday Schools, every child has
been asked to contribute five
times Hai (Life) 90c to the Life
Saving Campaign. All youth of
16 and over is being asked to
contribute one week's income, al-
lowance, or salary.
To educate our youth, arrange-
ments have been made to show
educational movies in the Sunday
Schools and at the youth rallies
and for teachers to explain Fed-
eration and its activities.
Under the chairmanship of the
writer and the Y directors, the
Youth Division has laid plans for
an intensive campign. The Youth
co-chairmen are the following:
Town Y: Mona Pastroff and
Bobby Rubenstein.
Beach Y: Edith Shulman and
Jerry Blank.
The Youth Division will do its
share, and what is most import-
ant, our youth will become more
enlightened and educated today
to make better adult Jews to-
morrow.
FACTS ON FURS
By S. I. DESTRO
Miami Furriers. Inc.
A woman's most prized posses-
sion is her furs. These garments
and scarfs represent an invest-
ment which you should protect.
The life and the services you get
from these furs, depends on the
care you give them throughout
the year. Problems on the upkeep
of furs here in the South are
many and different.
In the past year I have seen
many beautiful and costly furs
ruined beyond repair because the
owner thought she knew what
was best for her furs.
Today your furs are more valu-
able to you than any year in the
past, because of scarcity of furs,
labor and tools.
In this issue I would like to
discuss cleaning and glazing of
furs. All furs should be cleaned
and glazed once a year, whether
it appears to need it or not. Dust,
grease, and grime is almost im-
possible to see in a fur garment
or scarf and if not properly re-
moved it will cause such places
to wear This will occur in all
garments whether it is a $100 or
$5,000 garment. Foreign matter
in furs act like sandpaper and
will break the top protective hair
leaving the fragile undergrowth
exposed causing immediate wear.
The controversy which raged
for some time between those who
championed the furrier's method
of cleaning furs and those who
defend the solvent method of
cleaning has quieted down. Most
cleaners today will agree that the
sawdust method of cleaning is
more natural and less hazardous.
It is my opinion that garments
cleaned in the standard cleaning
fluid will remove the oil causing
it to become dry and brittle. It is
the oil in the skin that gives
it strength and keep it soft and
beautiful. The approved furriers
way of cleaning a fur has been
used many years, with very satis-
factory results. This is done with
the use of chemically treated saw-
dust, coconut shell and many
others.
Glazing of furs is the finish job
on your fur. This is a very im-
portant step in making your fur
a garment of beauty. If not prop-
erly done it will even show on
fur which is so necessary. There
are many ways of glazing. Cer-
tain groups of fur require an en-
tirely different method of glaz-
ing. Only an experienced furrier
can judge what method to use on
that particular fur.
The glazing process has another
effect on the fur garment. After
constant wear throughout the
season, contact with soil or grease
the guard or long hairs of the fur
are inclined to droop. They may
even curl slightly or mat and
lose life, as well as lustre. The
glazing imparts a stiffening and
a re-enforcement of these long
hairs and make them stand up
as they originally did in the cold
and snow of the animal habitat.
Many fur owners are curious to
know more about their furs. If
you are interested in knowing
more about your furs call or
write at our office. Give us the
name of your fur and we will
mail, free of charge a complete
history, from the animal to the
making up of the garment.
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Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
Mrs. Libby Metz, 212 S. Sapo-
dilla St., has left for Camp
Wheeler, Ga to visit her son,
Pvt. Stanley Metz, stationed with
the infantry there.
Dave Katz was reelected presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith at its annual
election meeting last week.
The complete slate includes:
Dan Goodmark, vice-president;
Joe Friedman, financial secre-
tary; Max Ackerman, recording
secretary; Ben Wolfsen, warden;
J. Glasser, guard; Harry Good-
mark, monitor; Joe Lesser, as-
sistant monitor; Ben Pepper,
Martin Dubbin, O. P. Gruner,
Harry Halpern, Morris Moss and
Frank Bayer, trustees.
Members devoted some of their
time to discussion of war service
activities and made plans to hold
a social hour for servicemen at
Boca Raton in the near future.
Mr. Katz presided.
A Seder was held at the May-
flower hotel by the organization
for members and guests. Dr. Carl
N. Herman delivered the service.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir held
a traditional Seder last week in
their home, 726 Flamingo Dr. The
entire service was given by Mr.
Sheir, assisted by his seven-year-
old grandson, David. Those pre-
sent were Mrs. Ethel Waldman,
Alan Sheir, a son, of Brookline,
Mass., and Mrs. Mary Schrebnick.
B'nai B'rith held its semi-
monthly meeting Tuesday night
at Sher Memorial hall with Dave
Katz presiding.
Mrs. Lillian Rosenberg, who
spent the winter at the Villa
Claire, Palm Beach, left Sunday
morning for her home in Bronx,
N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Simons left
Wednesday morning for their
home in Boston.
The couple were tendered a
farewell party Saturday night by
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, 414'/a
8th St. Games were played and
refreshments served. Those at-
tending were Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Sheir, daughter, Mrs. Ethel
Waldman and sons David and
Alan; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lesser
and son, Sheppard; Mr. and Mrs.
S. Schneider; Mrs. Dora Sattar
of Boyce, Idaho; Mr. Abe Levin,
and Mr. Harris Reisler.
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