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The Jewish Floridian ( April 20, 1945 )

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 20, 1945

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 20, 1945

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00898

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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ibJe^klb-IEIliDiPiidliiaup
^-THE JEWISH UNITY
am& THE JEWISH WEEKLY
SmTis^number 16
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
f TRIBUTE TO
GREAT LEADER
Greater Miami paid tribute to
President Franklin D. Roosevelt,
whose sudden death shocked the
world, in a series of memorial
meetings this week.
Spiritual leaders of the area
took part in radio programs me-
morializing the late leader. Rabbi
Saul Appelbaum delivered a
prayer at municipal services Sat-
urday afternoon in Bayfront
Park. Special services were held
in Temple Israel and Beth' Sho-
lom Fridav evening, and Satur-
day morning in Beth Jacob, Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox, Beth Da-
vid, and other synagogues.
Sunday morning city wide
services were held in Miami at
Beth David and Miami Jewish
Orthodox, and on Miami Beach
at the Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Temple Israel Sunday School
had special memorial services
Sunday morning.
AMERICANJEWRY
JOINS IN MOURNING
New York (JTA)Leaders of
American Jewry joined the na-
tion in mourning the sudden
death of President Roosevelt
whose friendship for the Jewish
people was displayed in words
and in deeds on many occasions,
particularly in the last decade,
the darkest hi Jewish history.
Dr. Stechen S. Wise, president
of the American Jewish Congress
and a person friend of the Presi-
dent, made the following state-
ment to the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency: "The loss is too great
to be measured in words. His
achievements had made an im-
mortal of him in his own life-
time. Alas, death makes him take
his place with those immortals
who have wrought most for hum-
an freedom. 1 said of him after
his recent re-election that he was
the friend of man. History claims
him, freedom sings his requiem,
hut he belongs to us. Above all,
ine Jewish people have never
?"*n aL more understanding
'ena, who sorrowed over their
oppressions and misfortunes and
ho.sought with all his strength
owing about a new world where
fifSrfVT would be inevita-
b7 ri. heJJcwish People would
home? '" thcir anc>ent
JWrin,SynaR0Rue Council of
C .representing Orthodox,
22E,ve :,nd Reform ^wish
Z 11at,ons and ^bbis through-
** ofWT'?. Proclaimed the
Sa& .AlJri1 15 a week of
0,Sen.OR1OnOr ,lhe memoTy
onallrabhii 0Sevelt and called
oer 1m'5 an,d confiregations to
fcyof?hnT'al Prayers on the
1?=?durin*the
"8 nton,^ a Goldstein-
^ issuedi ti e SynaRKue Coun-
s*fiX *vroj;lamation and
de"t RooLl",?\ death of presi-
fcfctSSH IKthTe, WOTld l0St
?Satot Am UnUed St3teS
one of hs ,t mer!can and Jewry
j^taunchest friends."
CLEAN OUT
YOUR CLOTHES
.,,, CLOSETS!
>ftKS!" peP,e
Herat! DOan cuntrie
Spare clothina ,of America's
yu' c'nfc Look through
^ ^e se vi,!"' ,atlic- Get out
y you caV'CPabk' "** cloth-
Work. can sPa-e. Put it to
J^01 C You Spare
* ^V Can wS
'omS? COLLECTION
Kas,War Relie*
^RIL l to 30
Dramatization To Be Heard
Over Station WIOD Sunday
A dramatization of the "Life
of .Henrietta Szold" will be
heard over station WIOD Sun-
day morning, April 22nd. at
11 a. m. The presentation
will be on the "Eternal Light"
program.
TRUMAN SAYS PEOPLE
MUST STAY VIGILANT
Washington (JTA)The Amer-
ican people must be constantly
vigilant to preserve the religious
tolerance in search of which their
forefathers came to these shores.
President Harry S. Truman said
today in his first address to a
joint session of Congress.
"Our forefathers came to our
rugged shores in search of re-
ligious tolerance, political free-
dom and economic opportunity,"
the President said. "For those
fundamental rights they risked
their lives. We well know today
that such rights can be preserved
only by constant vigilance, the
eternal price of liberty."
WAR PRISONERS FROM
EAST NOW IN ENGLAND
^.Reports Show Life-Saving
Drive of Federation To Go
Over the Top In a Big Way
.n
London (JTA) Two-hundred
and twenty-five Palestinian Jew-
ish war prisoners of units cap-
tured in Greece and Crete in 1940
arrived in England during the
week-end en route home.
They revealed that, after being
confined in a camp in Eastern
Germany for four years, when
the Red Army invaded Silesia,
they were marched farther into
the interior of theReich.
The Warsaw Ghetto memorial
meeting, sponsored by local Jew-
ish organizations, the second an-
nual city-wide observance, will
take place Monday evening,
April 23rd, at Temple Israel,
Miami.
Tribute will be paid to the
thousands of Jews who were
massacred at the time Warsaw
was invaded and whose heroic
fight against the enemy made
history.
Miss Daphne Roberts, of At-
lanta, president of the Ameri-
can Women's Bar Association,
will address the meeting. Miss
Roberts is chief counsel for the
Coca Cola company.
Harry Simonhoff will serve as
chairman. Appearing on the
program will be Rabbis Moses
Mescheloff, Leon Kronish, Saul
Appelbaum, Simon April, Irving
Lehrman, Max Shapiro, and Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan. The Bialik
Choral Society and Cantor Bar-
kan will render selections.
GERMAN STREET NOW
NAMED FOR PRESIDENT
Paris (JTA>"Adolph Hitler-
Strasse" in the captured German
town of Bad-Creuzburg has been-
renamed "Frank 'D. Roosevelt-
Strasse" in memory of the late
President, it wm-
Demonstrating an enthusiasm
which evidences an understand-
ing of the cause for which they
were working, almost one thou-
sand men and women, volunteers
of the Greater Miami Federa-
tion's 1944 Life Saving Cam-
paign, rolled up record-breaking
totals during the campaign now
in progress.
Each report luncheon saw va-
rious divisions secure outstand-
ing pledgesin some instances
achieving as much as 175 per
cent of the quota.
A report luncheon Friday saw
figures totaling 85 per cent of
the goal. At a luncheon Tues-
day at the Strand Restaurant on
the Beach, tallies reached 93 per
cent with contributions totaling
$284,811. Divisions going over
the top Tuesday included the
dentists' and doctors' with 113
per cent, and the special gifts
division, with 101 per cent. The
youth division announced that
totals suroassed 1,000.
Chaplain Sol Kraft, of the Mi-
ami Beach Redistribution Cen-
ter, addressed the workers. He
delivered an emotional appeal
which challenged the workers to
secure as much funds as possi-
ble. "No goal can be set when
raising funds to save human
lives. There can be no ceiling
on dollars which will alleviate
conditions abroad," he stated.
Following Chaplain Kraft's ad-
Chertkof, chairman I ,
of the current drive, received a
spontaneous pledge of assurance
from the workers that they would
go over the top by Friday's
meeting.
To date 3,150 Miamians made
contributions to Federation, ex-
ceeding last year's number by
150. It is anticipated that when
the drive is over, more than 5,-
000 will have made pledges to the
1945 drive.
A final report meeting will
take place Friday at 12:30 at
the Miami Women's Club, 1737
N. E. Bayshore Dr. James I.
Keller, Jr., president of the Dade
County Community War Chest,
will be guest speaker.
With 93 per cent of the goal
secured, it was acknowledged
that the campaign would go over
the top, and Joseph Rose, cam-
paign director, announced a vic-
tory celebration for Sunday af-
ternoon at the Wofford Hotel,
from 4 to 6 p. m. The affair,
limited to workers, will be by
invitation only. Final reports
will be given and awards to
workers made.
in war-
s are in
PRQSKAUER TO BE
CONSULTANT AT
FRISCO MEETING
New York (JTA)Judge Jos-
eph M. Proskauer. president of
the American Jewish Committee,
will be the organization's con-
sultant to the U. S. delegation at
the San Francisco Conference,
in accordance with the invitation
extended by the State Depart-
ment, it was announced toay.
Proceeding to San Francisco
with Judge Proskauer will be
Jacob Blaustein. chairman of the
American Jewish Committee's ex-
ecutive committee and George Z.
Medalie, head of its overseas
committee. These three will con-
stitute the AJC delegation at San
Francisco. They will be accom-
panied by a group of experts
from the organization's staff.
The American Jewish Confer-
ence announced that a panel of
nine will represent it at San
Francisco.
In response to the invitation
extended by the State Depart-
ment, the Conference designated
Henry Monsky, a member of its
three-man Interim Committee,
and president of the B'nai B'rith,
as its consultant, at the same
time, informing Secretary of State
Stettinius that any of the other
eight members of the panel would
be in a position to act in place
of Mr. Monsky.
TRAINING COURSES BY
BEACH AND TOWN "Ys"
^k ? Fr,irHn n Roosevelt was paid by hundreds of Miamians at special memorial serv-
muSmltfttt*^**^ *"" """" B"ch Jewi!h c'""r- ** D'""' -1
Temple Israel.
A series of leadership training
lectures for Jewish groups is be-
ing sponsored jointly by the
Town and Beach "Ys". The
course will consist of a series of
three lectures.
Dates for the course are Town
"Y," May 7, 14 and 21; Beach
"Y," May 8, 15 and 22.
The course is intended to pro-
vide understanding of the indi-
vidual, group and social setting
provided by Jewish organizations
and of the larger community in
which the individual is to lead a
socially useful and individually
purposeful life. The object of this
course is to imply a new orient-
ation in club work, and abandon-
ment of the traditional, stereo-
typed club procedure prevalent in
so many organizations.
All persons interested may reg-
ister at either "Y."

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PAGE TWO

vjewist ncridian
"personals-
FRIDAY. APRH
20,1945
Mrs. Simon April returned this
week from New York. She ac-
companied her son, Samuel, who
enrolled at Eitz Chaim Yeshivah
located there.
Miss Lucille Yuran, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Saul B. Wan.
entertained friends at a party
Saturday night in her home, 345
W. 46th St., Miami Bcaeh. Miss
Yuran attends Miami Beaeh
Senior high school.
Mr and Mrs. Monte Selig. their
daughter Mrs. Stuart Gordon.
and grandchild, left Tuesday for
New York, where they will spend
several weeks.
Rabbi and Mrs. Saul B. Appel-
baunl will be hosts to the con-
firmation elass of Temple Israel
at a I each party and supper at
the Sea Isle hotel Sunday after-
m on, April 22.
i I
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Safra. 905
Lenox Ave., Miami Beaeh. are
announcing the engagement of
their son. Jack, to Mildred A.
Lubritz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Lubritz.
The bride-to-be is attending
Tulane university, where she is
working for a B. A. degree.
Her fiancee is a seaman in the
U. S. Navy. He graduated from
Miami Military Academy with
high honors and attended the Un-
iversity of Miami, where he was
a pre-med student. He has been
in s< rvice two years and is now
stationed in Alameda, Calif.
The wedding will take place
July 22 in New Orleans.
Mr. and Mis. Nat Wolf, of New
York City, are guests at the
Homy Plaza hotel for two weeks.
They wen- entertained last Sun-
day evening by Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Zalka with a dinner party at the
Mocamba. Friends present, in
addition to the hosts, included
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rabin, Mrs.
Ethel Shochet and Fred K.
Shochet.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
speak on the Rabbinical Hour
over radio station VVKAT this
Sunday at 12:30. His subject
will be "A Religion of Progress."
March 27 was the date of the
marriage of Miss Ruby Rochelle
Belenky to Lt. Elliott D. Pearl,
recently returned from Naval
duty in the Pacific.
The ceremony was performed
at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Belenky, 429
W. 29th St., Miami Beach.
Best man was S 2/c Burton
Belenky, who came here from his
??Slat,Vro ?each- Sfit and Mrs.
Michael Pearlman, cousins of the
groom, and a few intimate friends
of the family, were present at a
reception after the services, fol-
lowing which the couple left for
New York, where they will make
their home.
Lt. Pearl is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Pearl, of Swanton,
BRISM
The Brism of the sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Newton Frishman and
Ph. M. 1 c and Mrs. Michael Pol-
lack took place this week, with
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
IflKOLn
Ll }* LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
OWN 145 P M
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ben 11: IS
aXPlTQf.
Open ii:4s
AT THREE
THEATRES
EYE BANK TO HAVE
FIRST TAG DAY DRIVE
The first tag day drive will be
held on Miami Beach Saturday
on behalf of the newly-institut-
ed Eye Bank sponsored by the
Moose organization. The drive
will be staged by the Ladies'
Auxiliary of Jewish War Veter-
ans, Freda Markowitz Post No.
172. Mrs. Ida Mae Levine,
president of the Auxiliary, in-
spired by the Bronze Star
awarded her son-in-law, Lt. V.
J. Crededio, has assumed charge.
Assisting her is Mrs. Pauline
Verdon. Volunteers are needed,
the chairlady stated, and those
wishing to help may contact her
for details.
SAM GOLD WILL RUN
FOR BEACH COUNCIL

LAST TIME
TODAY
"3 Is a Family"
with
CHARLIE
RUGGLES
MARJORIE
REYNOLDS
FAY BAINTER
The marriage of Miss Lillian
Roseman Chisling and Raymond
K. Feiner was solemnized Thurs-
day at the home of the bride's
brothel and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Chisling, 4295 N.
Meridian Ave., the ceremony in
the presence of the immediate
families.
The bride is the daughter of the
date Mr. and Mrs. Leon O. Chisl-
ing and the bridegroom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S.
Feiner, formerly of Springfield,
Mo.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her uncle, M. H. Rose-
man of Birmingham.
;
Starts Sat Apr. 21
She tamed and
ruled the hot shots
of the hot spots!
Whatta gal
"FRISCO SAL"
with
SUSANNA
FOSTER
TURHAN BEY
ALAN CURTIS
ANDY DEVINE
^^SAopy^na\
List with LYONS

Good Paying
GROCERY
BUSINESS
With Living Quarters
For Owner
Weekly Income of
S32.00 From Rooms In Rear
PRICE $14,500
Which Includes Building
M. A. LYONS
Rentals Sales Leases
627 Seybold Bldg.
PHONE 3-1493
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Frish-
man, of Key West, are the parents
of a son, Kenneth N., born April
6. Mrs. Frishman, the foimer
Shirley Pepper, is spending some
time here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Pepper, 1683 S.
W. 17th St.
Sam Gold, head of the Miami
Beach Tenant's League, will run
for city councilman of Miami
Beach. He was asked to run for
office at a meeting of the league.
Gold at first refused the nami-
nation. He said he wanted to be
"sure" the people really wanted
him to run, before acccepting.
PARTY TO HONOR
DAVID ZEITANI
The farewell Melaveh Malkeh
sponsored by a committee of the
Miami Beach Mizrachi and the
Miami Beach Zionist Organiza-
tion tendered in honor of David
Zeitani, delegate of the Religious
Labor League of Palestine, will
be held this Saturday night at
the Beth Jacob Community
Building. The affair was post-
poned last week on account of
the death of the President. The
public is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rose, 3671
S. W. 12th St., announce the
birth of a daughter, Jill, on April
13. Mrs. Rose is the former Ethel
Tobin.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver, 1740
S. W. 11th St., announce the birth
of a daughter, Arline Clare, on
March 31.
Buy More War Bonds! The
need is greater than ever.
FOR...
CITY
COMMISSIONER
... Vote For...
JOSEPH
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendrich, of
Pernnc, Fla., are the parents of
a daughter, Arlyne Rochell. born
April 16. Mrs. Tendrich is the
former Edith Gardner of Chicago
and Miami.
Dr. .and Mrs. Doran D. Zinner
announce the birth of their son,
Michael Jeffrey, at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital on April 2. Dr.
Zinner has returned to Charity
Hospital, New Orleans, where he
is interning. Mrs. Zinner, the
former Eve Wernicoff, and Mi-
chael are at home with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wernic-
off, 1143 Pennsylvania Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.

AUGUST BROS ftw:
Is the BEST.' C
Listen to our radio program
"Fashion Time" over WIOD
each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45
A. M.
.. .protect
your
woolens
from
damage
Add years of wear to your
precious wool clothes and
blankets. No Moth Solid 79c
No Moth Refill---------69c
Sla Cedarized Spray, pt. 85c
Excellent products best
results.
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympic Building Phone 3-3720
^mw^wooo**'
Initiative Integrity Intelligence
-.L..-.I.. .
Pd. Pol. Adv.
SID PALMER'S FUNERAL HOME
K"NG THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" ._
^2___~~ A ""END IN NEED" 2008 W. FLAGLER


pmiY.APBg.20,1948
vJewist fhifaKhf)
PAGE THREE
. ,t,\ of $140,000 in War
V *\s purchased Monday
%M at dinner dance of Miami
mKhh Jewish Women's Sister-
SA the Mocamba. Highlight
h?^0 PveninK was when Joseph
ff who directed the
fLtafie doubled the quota of
ToU(previously set for. the
Xtwithin a fifteen m.nute
period._________,-------
CLEARY NOT TO RUN
FOR BEACH COUNCIL
r-niintv Commissioner Val C.
rieary *ho has als bee" SQTV~
S as Miami BcacLh ci T""
"fman. revealed that he does
not intend to enter the municipal
rarf June 5.
Mv duties as county commis-
sioner, soon to be greatly in-
eased by the county s post-war
program." Cleary said "will, in
my opinion, deserve and demand
my full time." _________
HOTEL MAN GIVEN
SIGNAL HONOR
Abe Allenherg, manager of the
Wofford Hold, was presented an
honorary life membership by the
board of directors of the Inter-
national Aviation fraternity at
the organizations annual birth-
day dinner at the Wofford re-
cently.^_______________
HOME FOR AGED
WOMEN HOLD PARTY
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
stage a bingo and card party Sun-
day, April 2lt, at 8 p. m. in the
Strath-Haven hotel, Miami Beach.
All proceeds will go towards pur-
chasing linens for the Home.
Mrs. Marion Gould, chairlady,
and Mrs. Joe Zalis, president of
the group, will be assisted with
arrangemi tits by Mrs. Greenberg,
Mrs. Julius Rosenstein, Mrs.
Broad. Mrs. Harry Danziger. Mrs.
Levine and Mrs. Isidor Cohen.
BURDINE HEAD NAMED
VICE-PRESIDENT
Phillip W. Schaefer, general
superintendent of Burdine's Mi-
ami store was elected vice pres-
ident and general superintendent
by directors.
Schaefer joined the depart-
ment store in 1933 as credit man-
ager, was released from the army
in December after two years' of
service overseas as a captain.
WOMAN LAWYER T.O
.ADDRESS LUNCHEON
Miss Daphne Roberts, Atlanta,
president of the American Wom-
en's Bar association, will address
a luncheon here April 23 under
the sponsorship of the recently
organized Greater Miami chapter
of the American Christian Pales-
tine committee. The luncheon
will take place at 12 o'clock in
the Fiesta Dining Room, 300 S.
E. 1st St.
Miss Roberts is chief counsel
for the Coca-Cola Co. and is also
a member of the executive com-
mittee of the National American
Christian Palestine committee.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
ELECT MRS. LAUFMAN
New YorkMrs. Arthur Lauf-
man of Chicago was chosen presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Women's
Supreme Council, representing
60,000 women affiliates of the na-
tion's oldest Jewish service or-
ganization.
Also elected at the fifth annual
conference were Mrs. Maurice
Turner, Chicago, retiring presi-
dent, councilor; Mrs. Ida Cook
Faber. Brooklyn; Mrs. Abram Or-
low, Philadelphia, and Mrs. Ben
Rosenthal, Los Angeles, vice-
presidents; Mrs. Hyman Weiss-
man, St. Lbuis, secretary; Mrs.
Maurice Bisgyer, Washington, D.
C, treasurer, and Mrs. Fanny
Brenner, Memphis, historian.
Keep on Buying War Bonds
and Stamps.
SALLY AND BEN FIRESTONE
Now Operating
SALLY'S CORAL INN
602 S. W. 12TH AVE.. MIAMI
Phone 3-9214 Closed Thursday*
SEVEN COURSE DINNER $1.25 up
Catering to banquets and parties a specialty
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.
l(
Qualified by Experience
tt
RE-ELECT.
JAMES A. DUNN
YOUR
Miami Commissioner
Dunn s,a"ds uPn his recognized record of accomplishments.
men, and the majority commission, by directive manage-
strictiJ;0UuaKeous 'eadership, and in spite of war-time re-
hisir, have Piaced Miami in its best financial position in
history.
DUNN has the most complete
Long Range Post-War Program
for Miami ever projected.
Pd. Pot
BEACH WOULD BUY
WATER. GAS COMPANY
City Attorney Ben Shepard of
Miami Beach left for Tallahassee
Wednesday night after he was
authorized by councilmen to seek
an enabling act from the legisla-
ture to permit the city to buy and
operate the People's Water and
Gas Co.
Purchase of the utility company
will be decided by freeholders
at the bond election next Tues-
day.
City Clerk C. W. Tomlinson re-
ported at closing of the books
that 3,707 freeholders had regis-
tered for ihe election, A total of
8,875 voters is now on the books,
which will be reopened for fur-
ther registration next Wednesday.
A list ot freeholders will be
reported to the council at a spe-
cial meeting Monday.
MUCH CLOTHING
IS READY IN DRIVE
Dade county has already assem-
bled considerable of its quota in
the United National Clothing Col-
lection drive, Maj. Gen. Henry
W. Baird (retired), chairman,
stated.
Clothes of all types are being
brought in to the Miami Beach
headquarters, 830 Lincoln Road,
and to the public and parochial
schools, fire station, Servicemen's
Pier, churches, synagogues and
other depots.
Ten organizations, representing
the majority of Jewish women's
organizations in the Miami area,
have pooled their efforts to speed
success of the drive.
Volunteers are working with
Mrs. Dorothy Bornstein and Mrs.
Norman Jacobs, who will provide
pick-up service for bundles of
clothing which cannot be deliv-
ered.
Cooperating are Beth David
Sisterhood, Temple Israel Sister-
hood, Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood, B'nai B'rith Young
Women, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, Hadassah, B'nai
B'rith Women's auxiliary. Na-
tional Children's Cardiac home.
Women's division of the Ameri-
can Jewish congress, and the
Miami chapter, National Home
for Jewish Children at Denver.
Mrs. Muriel Hirsch and Rudy
R. Adler, chairman for Miami
Beach in the national clothing
drive, have appointed the follow-
ing sponsors:
Claude A. Renshaw, Mayor
John Levi, Chief of Police Albert
Simpson, Rev. R. Wiley Scott,
Msgr. William Barry, John D.
Montgomery. A. Frank Katzen-
tine, John Prosser, Sidney Mey-
ers, George Hoover.
F. Lowry Wall, Charles L.
Clements, Marcie Lieberman,
Herbert Frink, Val Cleary. E. D.
Keefer, Dr. Maurice Klein, Mrs.
Russell T. Pancoast, Guy W. Ellis,
Allan Abess, Sam Blank, Albert
Pollak, Fred Baisden.
Paul Bruun, Mrs. Frances
Powell, Miss Mabel Tucker, Mrs.
Freda Lutsky, Miss Katie Dean,
S. H. Ellison, Leo Huberman, Abe
Allenberg, Shepard Broad, Mrs.
D. Borenstein. Mrs. Frank Martin,
Mrs. Ralph Wooten, Joseph Ram-
bam, Mrs. Philip R. Mallory and
John Duff. ____.
BUS RIDERS
CHAMPION
*
HARRY
TRYON
FOR
CCITY p
ommissioneK
As a private citizen ho ha
worked for Better Bub Serv-
ice, opposed the Garbaoe
Tax and other obiectional
laws and will continue his
efforts for honest government
uncontrolled by newspapers
or special interests.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
ORTHODOX CONG.
TO BURN MORTGAGE
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will celebrate the
burning of its mortgage May
20th. The affair will be held at
the synagogue, H. M. Drewich,
chairman, announced. The com-
plete committee in charge of ar-
rangements is in formation.
WOMEN ACTIVE IN
7TH WAR BOND DRIVE
Active in the work of the wom-
en's division, Dae War Finance
committee for the coming 7th
War Loan, are Mrs. Monte Selig,
a divisional chairman, in charge
of Jewish organizations and Mrs.
Sydney Weintraub, chairman in
charge of special events.
B. GEORGE GRIFFITH
Candidate for
CITY COMMISSIONER
RADIO SCHEDULE
Mon., April 23. WIOD1:SE P. M.
Tu.s April 24, WQAM2:10 P. M.
Wed., April 25, WIOD12:40 P. M.
Thurs., April 26, WQAM, 2:10 P. M.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
NEW PERSHING RESTAURANT
228 N. E. 1st Ave., '/a Block South of Post Office
FINEST QUALITY FOOD
Served Daily and Sunday. 10 A. M. 'Til 10 P. M.
This is
CLEAN-0UT-Y0UR-
CL0THES-CL0SET WEEK
>
RlGHT NOW, 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-YOlIR-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, National 'Jkwrmaa
APRIL 1 to 30
This advertisement prepared by tho War Advertising Council tar United
JxMMnal Clothing Collection, and sponsored by
PEOPLES3lffis^^j|Wc01lfPANV
Hollywood
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Miami Beach
Ft. Lauderdalo
MIAMI BEACH COLLECTION
HEADQUARTERS
830 LINCOLN ROAD
Mrs. Muriel Hirsch. Chairman
Rudy R. Adler. Co-Chairman


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Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla.
P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
__________FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor__________
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1945
IYAR 7, 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 16
225^21120,1945
Sfrauklm ^Delano luwscuclt
CIRCLE TO CELEBRATE
CLUB'S ANNIVERSARY
First anniversary of the Wom-
en's Club. Workmen's Circle.
Branch 692 of Greater Miami will
be celebrated Sunday at 6 p. rn.
with a concert and supper to be
held at the Workmen's Circle
Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.
Reservations can be obtained
from Mrs. Morris Jacob, 2-8336
and Mrs. Becky Levin, 5-1548.
GOODMAN SPEAKER
AT LUNCHEON CLUB
Abraham Goodman was fiuest
speaker before a gathering of the
Miami Beach Luncheon Club
Wednesday at the Strand res-
taurant. The organization holds i
luncheon meetings Monday of'
each week.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
iPUictfy Confidential
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
THOUSANDS OF JEWS
LIBERATED BY YANKS
Buchenwald, Germany (JTA)
Several thousand Jews are among
transfer .lews from the camp
prior to their retreat. Among'
these whom they succeeded in]
removing, on April 8. was Leon
Blum, former Premier of France.
The JTA correspondent spoke.
to some of the Jewish inmates
and was shown the "barracks
book." There were page after
page of names, with a red cross
after a name indicating that the |
prisoner had died. At least half
of the names marked with the i
red cross were Jewish. Accord-'
ing to the records. 3.000 _died in1
the camp in January. 5.400 in
February and 5.600 in March.
KLEIN ANNOUNCES
FOR BEACH COUNCIL
Miami Beach civic leader. Dr.
Maurice Klein, -Tuesday filed his
intentions and publicly announc-
ed his candidacy for the office of
City Councilman of Miami Beach.
Dr. Klein, entering the political
field made this statement:
"The time for action on post
war plans is now at hand. As City
Councilman I will endeavor to
put into effect the policies so long
asked for by business, home and
general property owners.
I believe a retirement fund
should be established for all city
employees to assure them a se-
cure future.
I wish to represent all citizens.
I am bound to no special group."
Dr. Klein was born in New
York City in June, 1896. He re-
ceived his early education there
and was graduated from Ford-
ham University.
Upon his release from service
he was engaged in the drug busi-
ness in New York for a number
of years. He came to Miami Beach
in 1933.
He has been elected Command-
er of the American Legion Post
of Miami Beach, twice in the
last five years and was drafted
by the Jewish War Veterans to
lead their organization.
He is President of Washington
Ave. Merchants Assn.
In June, 1941, his reputation as
a civic leader and organizer called
rum to the attention of Uv De-
fense Council. He was chosen to
build a model Air Raid Precau-
tion Unit which later was to be
the model for the entire area. As
Chief Air Raid Warden he was
in charge of the dim-out of Miami
Beach which Secretary of War
btimson later described as "the
CoSt'UCCe"fUl n the Atlant'c
(A EULOGY)
By LIONEL J. ZIPRIN
The task of the year is completed, the book is finally closed.
The thumb of study left its imprint. Its pages were worn; d,,. 21.000 internees liberated by
and here on the gilded edge, if one looks carefully, lies a little ^^^JlSf&SSd
dust. Beside it are the familiar spectacles. At its side lies the concentration camp, the corre-
spondent 11 the Jewish Tele-1
mocking pen, still wet. Bui the hand that moved it is now at' graphic Agency found upon his
_. j ,. .. j _,. : arrival here. The Nazis tried to
rest, and the eyes that strained so cunningly are closed. The
master is asleep. His work is done.
Across the oceans the heroes die He looked on both shores.
And though the print in the old volume before him each day
blurred and darker, yet he knew from the blurring and dark-
ness of Violence was rising a visible light and that soon there
would be peace.
So has the guiding hand been withdrawn. Ceased has the
upward spirit. The journey it had taken was long, and now
it is asleep. The early fires are no more. The sun has set, but
we shall none of us forget the memory of its soon.
Though it is night, a nation shall look up at the stars and
behold a prophecy.
But a week ago rumor gave playful wordsthe enemy lay
ill, his mind broken. We sneered, and secretly wished he would
survive. His hordes were at the precipice. To see them fall, and
witness perditionfor this let him go on.
But with an unrighteous hand has destiny mocked at our
hopes. It granted them. But he who in our hearts no thought of
death could touch is by a cruel jest taken away from us. Justice,
it would seem, has no honor, no conscience. Is he who fought
on the side of truth but to approach the gate and die there, city
unseen? Is that the reward? To expire before the final festivity?
"And the Lord showed him the land of Gilead, unto Dan,
and all Naphtali, and the land of Ephraim, and Manasseh, and
all the land of Judah, unto the utmost of the sea." From the top
of Pisgah he saw the land before him and knew that his people
would dwell in safety. This was the final joy. Naught had been
in vain, he knew. Those who entered Palestine on foot saw no
such visions. Turmoil was in the land and bickering. And
Moses, who marched in dreams the forty years, was in a dream
and in a prophecy departed. He was not to apportion land, nor
settle tribes. His work completed other schemes. Fuflilled of
these labors, it seemed fit to the eye of God to take him now;
and the Seraphim sang praise, for they knew how beautiful
and just was such command.
But to find justice somewhere on the heights of poetic rea-
soning rarely soothes the pain lingering in the heart.
A nation mourns.
The figure seen so frequently picturedin a pool at Hyde
Park, on the deck of a battleship, in his chair at his study__al-
ways moving, never in the same place, now ceases. There
shall be no new portraits. The San Francisco conference shall
show a hundred others; their photographs will fill the news-
papers. But where he would have been, none shall be- His
voice we shall not hear again. The final broadcast of peace, so
rightly his to have been delivered, shall be spoken in unfamiliar
accents, and the laurel wreathe of victory shall garland another
head- <.-mtfM!
Yet it is spring. If the wise men of the world were granted a
season in which to die, spring would be their choice. It is the
season of blossoming; and then is it best to die, when all the
world lifts upward-
The President leaves us in such happy hour. The early days
of his leadership were dark. The middle flight of his career grew
darker still. War came, and night came. But now is the darkness
pierced. He knew that soon there would be radiance, otherwise
he could not have gone-
HOLLYWOOD AFFAIR
TO AID SERVICE CLUB
The Servicemen's Club of Hoi-
ywood will be the recipient of
F C HPr0CeSd^ f the Home-Cooked
Foods and Bake Sale, to be spon-
sored by. the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Jewish Community Center
on Saturday, April 21/The sate
wil be held at Mark J Tully'l
real estate office, 1944 HoUv
wood Blvd. commeAing at 10 a m
of cakS/aeH;Sted tha,1 ^nations
neH fL3" hm^-cooked or can-
TuUv-s ofSf>be ,br0UBht t0 Mr.
c", y? offlce at ten o'clock on
Saturday morning. on
Mrs. Benjamin Bronston was
GOINGS-ON...
As you may have read, Waltham, Mass., recentlv h
the scene of a number of outrageous anti-Semitic o,,I been
The police authorities of that locality insist on <5P** ''
organized desecrations of the Jewish cemeterv inc. ese
"youthful delinquency" ... Yet the police of Wathom of
know that exactly the same outrages are beina renor?Q^ely
Chicago, Philadelphia and even the Bronx No not v m
happened in the distant past, but NOW All the9
pranks really constitute a strange coincidence aentuJUlilful
Orchids to the Indianapolis Jewish Post for its m&SF* ''
of the anti-Semitic pamphlets distributed in Boston mJuFT
imprimatur of Archbishop Cushing, who gave such alo
service to proposed anti-discrimination legislation 9 *
THIS AND THAT .
We're told that Jewish boys in the U. S. Army make it n
practice to attend, en masse, services in synacioaues in i;L
ed Germany They do this to mrtlJREKSAftS
the Jews whom Hitler has driven out of their ijl
land ... Our friend Danton Walker claims that SfiffJSt
ready to receive 300.000 European refugees when the Zi
over ... Mr. Walker is misinformed The e*Muto J? "
salem, who collaborated so closely with Hitler is said v
reached Mecca, and reportedly will be given anlm^tan.!
by King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia. important post
TAPS .
If Major General Maurice Rose, who was killed bv hi.
Nazi captors, had known Yiddish, he might still be alive
When the German corporal shouted "Stramm steheni" (mLa
a. attention) he though, he was being ordered to disarm S
reached for his pistol-a gesture that cost him his life Wm
chell reports that when General Patton heard of the shooUnqZ
hZZZZ&Sfi ,WaS Str,Qngely 8Uent for a lona ,ime Then
he reached into his pocket, slowly took out a German-EnqliS
dictionary-and crossed out the word "mercy" 2nd Lt
Daniel Ginsburg of Detroit, who was killed in action on Iwo
Ew.!2 n'l22 yearS ,ldJ> The last letter h* .
friend stamps him as a splendid specimen of the contemporary
generation of American Jews Wrote Daniel: "If I don't come
back, will you try to make my folks understand that it isn't
such a tragedy-that their son isn't any better than any one
else s son-and, unfortunately, he happened to be just as
,m, e ".' S WS a 9enuinel7 democratic character,
completely integrated with the rest of our millions of boys fight-
ihe SSftlL!? bil,eJ1fnJd We have received kus far
the small total sum of $15 for the Sgt. Meyer Levin Memorial
r una One more week remains to send in your check and
World War?6 ln,honorina America's greatest Jewish hereof
ZIONIST NEWS .
WiS;9^!683 f *Mk% yu may read, the American
rln^ !^renCe;and the America* Jewish Committee have
been granted equal status as consultants at the San Francisco
Conference The Jewish Agency for Palestine will not be
nvited. not even as an observer Dr Weizmann will not be
in this country during the Conference ... The Hashomer Hatzair
of Buenos Aires has a membership of 400, and is the fastest-
growing Zionist group in South America ... The Silver-Goldstein
rut is spreading from coast to coast. Zionist observers report
ri* J ? .rS fy ,hat Rabbi SUver to gQining strength Silver
Zn'm,en to iox the presidency of the ZOA at the next
top^position P t0 ,Wek ne f hiS uPPrters for the
ABOUT PEOPLE .. .
nn ilTh, F!shman' dean of Yiddish columnists, was feted at
SmSuS bu1,hday P^y attended by a number of editors and
Ztotus leaders last week Fishman, 67 years old now, writes
ri', ,T flVe daJS a week' and said to be the most widely
3 ,tea,ure ln ,he American Yiddish press Congratula-
TwL Emanuel Rosen- one of UNRRA's top executives in
SrSL n i^an-iage of his son Rishon, of the U. S. Army,
PttuSSJM ,D^nd8 Manuel was formerly head of
alest,ne-Or,ental Tours Fannie Simson, charming wife of
Utt^Sv Simson' New York's most dynamic Hadas-
wL i ^ajnpion fund-raiser Maurice Schwartz has
eased the Public Theatre in New York's Second Avenue for
sJL.V..' "o?18 first Radish production for the coming
SSS Wd fe Shakespeare's "King Lear" Ellen Ballon,
SnJ, n?,ea1, becoming radio's most sought-after
EmS k 1 ..,e to "turning war veterans: Corporal Max
Novack s book, "How to Cash to on Your Veterans' Benefits,"
LeonnrH i Cvn-,am "^ valuable tips for you Music critic
who ,1? t n? ,ells us to look ou ^ young Elaine Malbin,
th.IS9 nly H nW' gives Promise of becoming one of
tour, ^i reale8t 8inQer8 Booted for some more USO
viruaoso La1ray8 S^"" VktU08 Ja8cha HaUe* and i10"
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED
_______________MEMORIAL PARKS__________
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
__________STATES NOW AVAILABLE
Af JewfShCfV^e5ations: Beth Dav>d. Beth Jacob, Miami
.>ewisn Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes
further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434


I APRIL 20, 1945
+Jewish noridtiairi
Russia brings its own
Thrilling Story of Air War!
The story of men who fought against
insurmountable odds!
MOSCOW SKIES
Russian Dialogue with English Titles
PLAZA
S. end Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach
Tuesday thru Thursday
April 24-26th
PAGE FIVE
REMEMBER "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.
CHARLIE DILLON Donated by friends of Charlie Dillon
SERIES OF AFFAIRS TO
CLOSE WINTER SEASON
Beth David women's organiza-
tion will feature Sisterhood with
a series of affairs to close the
winter season's activities.
Under the general chairman-
ship of Mrs. Herman Slepian, a
Desert Card Party sponsored by
Beth David Sisterhood will be
held Wednesday, April 25 on the
roof of the Atlantis Hotel, Miami
Beach. Desert will be served from
1 p. m. Card games and mah jong
will be played and door prizes
awarded.
Hostesses for the afternoon in-
clude Mesdames Jack August,
Ida Abbott, Isador Fine, Edward
Friedman, Norman D. Jacobs,
Joseph Lang, Harry Markowitz,
Abe Rubin and David Washer.
Sunday, April 29, a Card Party
will be held at Beth David Tal-
mud Torah at 8 p. m.
AUXILIARY TO MEET
MONDAY EVENING
Ladies Auxiliary Jewish War
Veterans, Frieda Markowitz Post,
will meet Monday evening 8:30
p. m. at Beth David, 135 N. W.
3rd Ave. Ida Mae LeVine, presi-
dent, asks all members to attend.
TtielFSiNatiofalBaiik
of Miami
MIAMI, FLORIDA
EDWARD C. ROMFH, President
er st. LAURENCE ROMFH,
onjani&'ii 1993 Assistant to the President
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Comptroller's Call, March 20, 1945
RESOURCES
Cash on Hand and Due from
Other Banks.........._______$32,753,458.37
United States Government Se-
curities, Direct or Guar-
anteed ........._________$61,524,998.38
--------------------- $94,278,456.76
State and Municipal Securities 460,326-39
Federal Land Bank Bonds..... 38,350.06
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 90,000.00
Other Securities ........._______ 100,000.00
Joans and Discounts ..........._ 3,952,480.57
wnk Premises and Furniture
and Fixtures _..............___ 713,544.61
Wner Real Estate ........_______ 8.876.00
Accrued Income Receivable.: 200,20475
Repaid Expenses.........._____ 79,945.04
011,61 Assets ................_........ 7,534.69
$99.929,718.91
LIABILITIES
^posits:
Pemand .............._............$56,667,473.43
jfy"1?8 .......................____7,456,223.29
United States Govern-
c..I"ent ................_____9.484,990-30
ate and Municipal ___ 11,369,589.65
n.VePsl,s f Banks_______10,328,134.77
utner Deposits...........______685.403.20 $95,991,814.64
Gtftal Account:
Common Stock_________$ 1,500,000.00
Zffw ...........-------------- 1,500.000-00
undivided Profits _......_ 677,863.48 $ 3,677,863.48
tTe Collected. Not Earned 2.279.82
SLfr Taxes and *er
OijT""*.....-------------- 247,640.32
""* ^abilities____________ 10,120.65
$99.929.71891
S27QM StateS Governmnt Securities carried at
pled 00'00 inthe fore9oing statement are
lor nT* t0 secure Public and trust deposits and
otfter purposes required by law.
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND
ERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
CAMPAIGN AGAINST
CANCER UNDER WAY
Campaign against cancer, a
disease that kills 160,000 Ameri-
cans each year, was launched
this week by the Dade County
chapter of the American Cancer
society which seeks to raise $50,-
000 in a 15-day campaign ending
April 30.
Dade's quota is one-one hun-
dredth of the national quota of
$5,000,000, more than one-half of
which will be retained by the
states to be devoted to the three-
phase work of education, early
detection and treatment and bet-
ter care for advanced cases.
Campaign headquarters have
been established in the Ingra-
ham building, room 843.
MONEY NOW BEING
SENT TO EUROPE
For the first time since the out-
break of the war in Europe, re-
mittances can be sent from the
United States to relatives and
friends in Rumania, according to
an announcement by the Hebrew
Sheltering and Immigrant Aid
Society (HIAS), which has just
been licensed by the U. S. Treas-
ury Department to transmit funds
to that country.
Funds can be transmitted only
to "Old Rumania," and not to
that portion of Rumania under
Soviet occupation and control.
Not more than $100 per month
may be sent to a beneficiary.
Payments of remittances will be
made by the HIAS Bucharest Of-
fice.
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JOHNNY JOHNSON
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CANDIDATE FOR
CITY COMMISSION
Fill Miami's administrative positions with citizens of Miami.
Miami bus servce must be efficiently reorganized immediately,
with a 5c bus fare. Establish a centrally located bus terminal.
Let's have Miami a "government of the people, by the people,
and for the people!" When elected, I will be a progressive
servant of the people of Miami.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
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
2 me defeat of our enemies.
Hear JACK MOORE
Over WQAM each Monday. Wednesday and Friday
7:55 A. M.
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OBITUARIES
MAX KOVENSKY
Max Kov.nsky. 63. retire. 1 Miami
delicatessen proprietor, was found
hanging from the door of :i closet in
the bedroom of his home. 8271 *
Ninth St., .Saturday afternoon, police
Kciven'.skv was reported In ill health.
For 25 Years he was In bu.-in. M In
Miami and operated .\i..x's delicates-
sen in the li"" block, W. Flagler St.
Services were held Monday from the
Gordon Funeral home, with burial m
Woodlawn park.
BARNIE BOTTLIEB
Hnrnle Gottlieb, 4".. operator of the
Style Shop, it::" N. r. Mtn m. died
Sunday In a hospital. He came from
Chicago eight years ago and lived at
IT*? N \V. :i"tli St. Surviving are his
wife Mr-. Beatrice Oottlleb his par-
ents." Mr. and Mrs. G.....'ge K. Gott-
Heb; three brothers, Including Louis
A. Gottlieb, Miami Beach, and three
slaters. S rvlces wire held at River-
slde Memorial chapel, with burial in
Mi. n< !, emetei y<
MISS SALLIE ABRAMS
r: ,-r.ii services for Miss Sallle
Abrams, 38, 1320 Drexel Ave.. were
held in the chapel of Gordon Funeral
I Burin] was in Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery, sio- died last Saturday in a
hospital and left no known survivors
She came here four years ago and
was a buyer for a Lincoln Rd. dress
store.
ABRAHAM FINKEL
The bod} of Abraham Flnkel. 63,
who died Monday of a heart attack
nt 520 '.....an Dr., bas been sent by
side Memorial chapel to Akron,
. i for burial II. was n carpi nter and
...... h.-r.- four v-.ii ago from Akron
and la survived by a son, Harry, of
Akron.
FRAN COHEN
The bodj of Frank Cohen, 56, who
died Monda; of a heart attack in his
home, R2o Euclid Ave., has been senl
to Morristown, N. J.. by the Riverside
Mi : rial chapel for sei es and
burial. II- Morristown two
years ago ind w is n building con-
tractor. He i- survived by his widow,
Mrs. Lena Cohen; two sons, Louis and
Max: two .laughters, Mrs, Ida Stein-
-:. R, hnich, all of
nch.
ABRAHAM COLITZ
Abi iham Coliti, 78, ( 319 N. W.
Third Si a retired Jeweler, died here
this week. He came lev, four yi rs
,'iK.i from Woonsocket, 1! I., and was
a life :r.:.!,. r and past exalted ruler
of th. Wool kel Elks lodge. Sur-
viving Ife, Mi -. Ida Colltz;
a David C Hill, S C.I
liters, Mrs Walter I. Sui
III Mn I rn an FVinateln and Miss
Collta !: vldence, R.
I., and Mrs R Wlnsten, Xew York
rnthei 1st.
P ent the bod} Wo n -

! WELLES ADVOCATES
AID FOR REFUGEES
New York (JTA)An interna-
tional bill of rights, to be adopted
at San Francisco, measures to
guarantee that refugees and de-
portees may resume life anew in
the countries from which they
fled or were driven and an inter-
national trusteeship for Palestine
which would allow free Immigra-
tion of Jews, were urged by form-
er Under-Secretary of State Sum-
ner Welles, addressing the donor
luncheon of the New York chap-
ter of Hadassah at the Waldorf
Astoria Hotel, attended by 1.500
persons.
Mr. Welles also supported the
formation of a Pan-Arab League
under the supreme authority of
an international organization,
provided such a league would
concern itself with furthering the
legitimate political, cultural and
economic interests of the people
of the Arab states. However, if
the league were to be used as a
means of exercising greater pres-
sure against a Zionist solution of
the Palestine problem, it must
inevitably result in hostility "in
this already distraught world,"
Mr. Welles said.
"If, however," he continued,
"the international organization
exercises a trusteeship over Pal-
estine during a transitional per-
iod, until al! outstanding inter-
national problems in the Near
East can be equitably solved, and
the Commonwealth of Palestine
can be prepared to enjoy its in-
dependence, I would regard the
entrance of Palestine during that
transitional period into some form
of economic federation with her,
neighbors, such as Syria, the Le-
banon and Transjordania. as a
development which would be'
wholly wise and wholly desir-
able."
The former Under-Secretary of
State declared that if an inter-
national trusteeship for Palestine
is created, "the number of Jew-
ish immigrants permitted entry'
into Palestine should be limited
solely by the capacity of the land
profitably to take care of them."
BEACH ATTORNEY IS
IN RACE FOR COUNCIL
Harry Zukernick. prominent
civic leader and attorney, an-
I nounced that he is a candidate
for Miami Beach city council-
man. .
Zukernick was born m New
: York City in 1905: attended the
public schools in that city and
Boys High in Brooklyn. He re-
ceded his BBA Degree from the
City College of New York in
1928 and his law degree from
Brooklyn Law School in 1929.
He was admitted to practice law
in New York state in 1930 and
engaged in the practice of law
there until 1935. when he moved
to Miami Beach. Since 1935 he
has been engaged in the practice
of Law in Miami Beach and
maintains offices at 420 Lincoln
Road.
Zukernick is a property own-
er and taxnayer in Miami Beach
and lives in his own home at
3134 Sheridan Avenue with his
wife. Susan, and his son, Mieh-
! ael.
He was one of the organizers
of the Y. M. and W. H. A. of
Miami Beach and has served as
president since its organization
SARAJEVO NOW
NUMBERS ONLY 70
Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (JTA)
The ancient Jewish community
of Sarajevo, which numbered
13,000 in 1940, now consists of 70
men, women and children.
A correspondent of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency who arrived
here, a few days after the Ger-
mans had been driven from this
city, which was the site of the
assassination of the Austrian
Arch-Duke Fraaz Ferdinand,
which touched off World War I,
found the remaining Jews dazed
by their long suffering and the
joy of liberation.
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FRED T. HUNT
FOR CITY COMMISSIONER
Vote for a construction man
for a re-construction job
Subject to the Primaries, May 1st
and May 8th. 1945
I'd Pol. Adv.
Wi' ^^K%jkf.
Em ':'
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V Par ^K^- '4 fVM'f daaaaaaRkV '
R.^9 BBaaaaPH ^ JH
ELECT A PIONEER
TED H0USER
40 YEARS A MIAMIAN
As Your City
COMMISSIONER
I FAVOR
Lower water rates-
Better garbage service.
More playgrounds for
young and old.
Cleanup of vacant lots.
Separate new hospi-
tals for whites and ne-
groes.
Bigger and better har-
bor for cargo and
pleasure craft
about three years ago. He is also
secretary and attorney for the
Miami Beach Servicemen's Hous-
ing Corporation: a director and
past president of the Civic
League of Miami Beach, and a
director of Miami Beach Jewish
Center. He is a member of the
executive committee of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
Greater Miami Army and Navy
Committee, and a member of
Dade County Bar Association,
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, B'N'ai B'rith,
American Jewish Congress. Mi-
ami Beach Servicemen's Hos-
pitality Committee, and Miami
Beach Zionist District. During
the last ten years he has been
an active leader in all civic af-
fairs, espousing the causes of
pasteurizatii n of milk, beautifi-
, cation of the County Causeway,
| purchase of the Firestone Estate
i for a public bathing beach, and
' other civic projects.
Zukernick stated that he has
been asked by a great number
of outstanding civic and business
; leaders of Miami Beach to make
| the race because they felt that
he could properly represent the
interests of the entire commun-
ity on the City Council.
VOTE FOR
TED HOUSER
THE GOOD WILL CANDIDATE
On May 1 May 8
Pd. Pol. Adv.
JEWS IN POLAND ARE
KILLED BYTCRRORISTS
Moscow (JTA)-The Polish
Lmbassy in Moscow has issued a
statement charging the Polish
Home Guard with conducting
; terroristic activities against Jews
in liberated Poland. The state-
ment estimated that about 150
2s 22 kulled durinK the last
foui weeks by members of the
Polish Home Guard which was
formed on instructions of the
polish Government-in-Exile in
London, and is now waging an
PndUhKPUnd slru,M> a*ains* ^e
Warsaw'5'01131 Governnt in
The statement of the Moscow
embassy was substantiated in a
pro est made public today by Dr
tr,mr SmmeTrstein, chairman of
PolanHnt,ra'rfJeWish Committee n
aHndycondemmns the assassin-
bl th? SifiS* Jewish civilian*
oy the anti-Government under-
STdLTSS1 .and numerating
the cities and towns where the
150 Jews were assassinated The
towns include Lublin, Grodzisk
Zaromby, Jaroslaw, Siedl ice
Rembertow, Radzymin. Sniadowo
Parzewo, Ryki and others.
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VOTE FOR
STEPHEN SZABO
A caoable business man for
YOUR
CITY COMMISSIONER
Pd. Pol. AdV.
IfYouHadMYJOB
KEEPING HOUSE, helping
take care f the familyyou
Would realize that business girla
are not the only ones who some-
times get Headache and Tired
Aching: Muscles. We home ffirls
often work just as hard and have
just as many Headaches, just aa
many Stomach Upsets and eet
gust as Tired.
About a year agro, I flrat used
ALKA-SELTZER
I find that it eases my Aching;
Head, takes the kinks out of Tired,
Aching- Muscles and brings relief
when I have Acid Indigestion,
The family saya I am a lofl
asier to live with since I Kara
known about Alka-Seltier.
iSVlWrf ALKA-SELT-
BSKT If not, why don't you r*
SJ Small package J0#, alsoE*
the glass at Soda Fountains.
20.19
JEWISHBRIGA^^
IN ACTION WITH %
With the Jewish n
Italy vicious small-scale artEL "^
now taking place or. SJ2
with units of the Jewish IS
tackling elements oftfcnH
fanatical Fourth ParatM
In one of these fights the nJt
ade's patrols infiltrated N
enemy positions during "M"
and fought hand-to-hand1 hj
along the flood banks, Mf
Germans from their n3tt
The Nazis rained mortar RX
the Jewish troops, but tiS
counter-attacks were repuls?
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTK'K IS HKI'.KHY GIVES u
the underKlRned. desiring to ens
In business under the fictitious nu
of Hotel Roberts Tailors Intends i
register saiil name with the Clerk 1
the Circuit Court of Dade Couij
Florida.
MAX LITWIN
Sole uwner
DIANA COOPER8MITH
Attorney lor Applicant
3/23-30 4/6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX^
the undersigned is engaged In b_
ness under the fictitious nams ,
I'AUIVS ItAR A KKSTAURANT. |
318-320 23rd Street, Miami l>
Florida, and intends to register L
said fictitious name In the office I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I
County, Florida.
PAUL (IKP.STMAX
Sole (iwner
OEORCE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicant
3/23-30 4/1-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY OUTS l
the undersigned, desiring to enrageI
business ur er the fictitious name!
HALCYON RESTAl'RANT at 15J f
F.. First St.. Miami. Fin., intend
register said name with the Clerk I
the Circuit Court of Dade Comd,
Florida.
HERMAN' I'OHEM
JACK FRIEDMAN
HILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
4/6-13-25-27 S/4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES
the undersigned, desiring to ent
In business und.r the fictitious n
of KARRV MARKET at 801 V
12th Avenue. Miami. Elm Ida. lute
to regled.-r said name with the Ch.
of the Circuit Cunt "f Dade Coutl
F1,""lda- ABRAHAM KR0SEb|
MYERS R- HEIHAN
Attorneys
4/13-20-27 T./4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE 8 COWl
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT-
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
No. 16023 ...._
In Re: ESTATE OP KUZABE
DEZARA, A K \ BBSSDS
ZARA. Deceased ,,,.D0
NOTICE TO CREDITORS^
To All Creditors and All P'J^SS
ing Olai.ns or Demanoi ""
Said Estate: h,_
You. and each of you, Wf]
notified and re<|iilred to prw"'
clalme and demands *"'">,',
either of you. may have *W!Ri
estate of ELIZABETH Om
A/K/A/ BESSIE ^\k
late of Middlesex """,'v m V\T0l
setts, to the Hon \\. t ''',..
County Judge of ^^S\ I
file the same In h s ""L1? cgnl
County Courthouse In Dade l j
Florida, within eight ralemiar_. j
from the date of th. ^ ,1
hereof. Said claims or (}en(.WJ
contain the legal addr*J^a
ant and to be gworn 10 and Pre -^
as aforeeaid. or """' *"jprobi
See Section 120 of the 1933 "
ACDate April 11. \&lfjbfl
Ancillary Administrator^
Estate of ^gABfT5i)iS
A/K/A/ PB88IK DEZAKA.
ceased.
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Ancillary
Administrator
4/13-20-27 5/4____________
United States War Bonds
still the b*st investment.
I YOU HAVE AN ADDED DUTY THIS YEAH
In Toting THIS T". Y<>u'll .reprWwtU
and women in th gdrmtd terTicgf. w]p
yourself. And your duty to *hem' ^^i
toot men who will t* a credit to ALL *
PERRINE PALMER, *
Candidate for
CITY COMMISSION^


DAY
APR&
20. 1945
*Jewist>ricrictian
PAGE SEVEN
SERVICES
RSSToWSb
"jU~*r Lt. John
PinenS CT 256 N.E. H7th
Lnficld. 28, oi 29 Supcr-
?T ,eS' ^ had completed 51
fc^r^ Flying Fortress
^"Vtho 15th Air Force in
*"" ,hcJH:tcd Tuesday
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Oi The Jewish Welfare Board Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
r\ r\
conducted
rfeach. Burial w.
/as in Mt.
^iSST' Greenfield was
JStaa bomber crash Thurs-
^BC.anv.lexas
fife**?1?
[Abs a before wn K carliest
I* Kto! missions to Rus-
Ks <'"':"'fatt,acks
KltePlSsti,,Rur
Ifineries
distingui:
Bi'SSidential unit t
I He returned to this
Iwi Aucu-t and was
l ,. Field ill, for transition-
lC,hanUIfn 8 -2!' Pil't- He was
SVVb-'f test Pilot at
IgrtW Barksdale, La., when
L was killed.
lon,he=rHc'"hcld'The silver star,
llinenes. He nt ^
kfwiS voaC leaf clusters
country
sent to
SERVICE

A native of Bridgeport, Conn., started w
|Abh to Miami with his fiunlly the after
SSar? and >hafd h'S T"
Sactine business before enter-
Se mv. Five months ago he
5ni the former Ruth Kramer.
Chicago, who survives.
Also surviving are his Parents,
ft. and Mrs. Alex Greenfield.
Hani, and two brothers, Lt Leo
Greenfield, a fighter pilot with
the Ninth air force in Europe, and
Phihp Greenfield. Miami.
iFEIiliBROTHERS
WRITE INTERESTINGLY
3uisopua iub i
oiuou spec
Mr. Anna Fields, of 505 12th neq isnbucc
St, Miami Beach, has two sons [ [Baa e asjii sem v
Sgt. Jack in New '
at home and for a brother soldier.
After the service, we again got
in line and were served Matzoh
(all we wanted), plus canned
turkey, corn, a salad of native
vegetables and tomatoes, sort of
a turnip, and another mysterious
vegetable, but it tasted good .
also sliced pineapple and a fruit
juice. Of course, 1 had much bet-
ter food at home, but under the
circumstances and with the joy
in our hearts, it tasted as good
as the finest meal I ever had.
I cannot elaborate further and
I hope that I was able to give you
a fair picture of this most momen-
tum Scdar.
Love,
Willet.
From Sgt. Jack Fields:
"Now about the Sedar. The
committee to help the chaplain
started working at one o'clock in
noon. We set up tables
in a very large mess hall and
worked hard all afternoon fixing
things up. When we got through
-sny ui opciu
.u.i.vv s'ozjejg
aqj pue sno
-pipp sem usy
a'llhjaH aqx 'In;
-jopuoM poise:
mq pauuea sbm
HuiqiAjaAa peq
oa\ isaui injjap
-uom aqj aos use
no os nuaui 5q;
ing water. We also "Found" a
couple of dozen fresh eggs and
they too went the way of all
flesh!
Was happy to hear that you are
both in good health and that my
little angel is entertaining you so
well. The more I see of these Ger-
mans (both soldiers and civilians),
the more I am convinced of what
a grand bunch of stupid fools our
democracies have been, including
our own selves. To think that we
all let this big bunch of bluff and
bologney artists fool us for so
long really annoys me no end.
Being the only one who can un-
derstand and speak German, I
am often used by the officers as
an interpreter, as I have previous-
ly told you. Many times I go into
houses to seek for quarters for
our boys and in the process I
usually have to "request" the
civilians huddled in the cellars
to move to other quarters to make
room for us. Just that sort of
thing happened yesterday, and
no sooner had I presented them
with a demand to vacate, then
NORMAN B. BROWN
IS KILLED IN ACTION
A recent casualty list officially
announced that three Miami
Beach men have been killed in
action in the European theater of
war.
' Listed as dead were: Capt. Lee
Silver, son of Mrs. Bertha Silver,
1007 Meridian Ave.; S/Sgt. Man-
ny Brand, son of Mrs. Lena
Brand, 1550 Michigan Ave.; Pfc.
Arthur Solomon, son of Mrs. Mol-
ly Solomon, 419 Espanola Way.
Jerome Weiss, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Weiss, 852 Collins
Ave., is now enrolled at the
United States Martime service
training station in St. Petersburg.
Weiss attended University of
Pennsylvania and Harvard Law
School. Prior to enrollment in the
service, he was in the U. S. Army
for three years and two months.
He received an honorable dis-
charge from the Army.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Brown, 444
S. W. 15th Ave., received word
from the Navy Department last
Saturday that their son, Aviation
Radioman Norman Bruce Brown,
was killed while serving on an air-
craft carrier somewhere in the
Pacific. No details of the incident
are available. Norman, 20, grad-
uated from Miami Senior high
school and was active in AZA Julian E. Newmauer, 2935 N.
work here. In service about two Bay Road, has been promoted to
years, he had been on duty in captain as navigator with the.
the Pacific since November. troop unit of the 13th AAF. He*
Besides his parents, Norman has been overseas 20 months and
leaves a sister, Bette Ann Brown, holds the Air Medal with seven
a student at Miami Senior high \ ak Leal* clusters.
school. t ---------
Herman Milstein. 137 Washing-
ton Ave., has been promoted to
ship's cook third class at Camp
Bradford, Va., where he serves in
the commissary department.
IAN PEERCE PERFORMS
FOR SERVICEMEN
When Jan Peerce got off the
train at Orlando, Fla., the singer
was against appearing at any
tne'\v"omenr'children,""grandmo-! concerts whatsoever. He'd just
thers, aunts, uncles, etc., broke been traveling for hours from a
out with copious crocidile tears, distant part of the country, and
fell all over me pleading with me was pretty well done in. But a
not to make them move. You word with Jewish Welfare Board
know how soft-hearted I am director Ben Sternberg changed
folks, but when it comes to these the tenor s mind. He appeared at
Krauts I have very little sym- the USO Club operated by the
pathy, remembering what I've ^wish Welfare Board in Or-
seen in France and Belgium. They 'and that night, and gave an un-
Ijn service: Sgt. JacK in
[Guinea and Warrant Officer Wil-
let Fields in the Philippines. Ex-
cerpts from letters she received
Ifrombothof them depicting Pass-
lover holiday observances are re-
1 printed below.
J 29 March 1945
iDear Belle. Harry, Carolyn,
lBernie and Helen:
This is a special letter I am
Initing, and am inclosing copy
loch for Rose and Lou. and Belle
lei Harry, as I want to tell you
litoit the wonderful Sedar we
I had here.
Last night, a bunch of the of-
ficers and enlist-
ed men got to-
gether and we
I went to the Se-
dar, which was
feheld out in a
large stadium.
1 There must have
been about 5,000
Jewish boys
I there. It was a
special occasion,
also, as it was
I the first time
that the Jews
waabedar in a liberated coun-
2.that*as held by the enemy,
toR this World War.
we had to bring our own mess
Wan SWe Kot in line' we
'laEVi;do."1'Pi<*e of Matzoh.
Per. 101\2'"fees of green pep-
ftlJS* Tadl' of walnuts.
ZV^Pl'l'-also a glass of
Ldumealit,J,okourseatsinthe
Wiumand ,1L. service was to
?" hha" nouf- However.
tteM,hunKry that we ate
tea;: fn'hcy Have us, which was
tie ce In !aHn Mvi drunk a*
just nolrf^ ny- As a result- we
er ,hlUp our '"ess kit when-
ttTbitte? thC/erred t0 the herb-
LS? .tht sweetness, and the
tralia but tasted just like Man-
chevitz.
We had planned for 600 people,
but over 700 showed up and
everybody was comfortable.
The chaplain conducted a mar-
velous service. You can imagine
simply cannot believe that they
are the sole cause of this war and
its misery and destruction, least-
wie that they should undergo any
promptu concert there.
"You con imagine," Sternberg
tells us, "what a terrific wallop
his appearance gave the unsus-
sort of deprivation. Funny thing, pecting servicemen at the club,
but compared to what they did to, He was most gracious and will-
the rest of Europe they are very, ingly signed autographs untij
well offplenty of food, their | everyone had had his fill."
houses fairly well intact for the; ----------------------------
most part, no ruthless shooting i staff Sgt. Alan S. Kahn, son of
of civilians, etc. It gave me a. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kahn, of 802
stock-in-trade excuse "but we seif ariCj two buddies. The town
are only small people," with tell- has been unmolestedby Japs or
ing them that they wouldn't hes- Yanksbecause it is peopled en-
titate to shoot us down if they tirely by Filipinos who have corn-
had the chance. Furthermore, I mitted an offense and been separ-
remind them of what they had ated from society. By virtue of
Philippine law, these people are
allowed to live out their "prison
sentence" here with their families
and possessions.
a boy asking the 4 kashes (he was great deal of pleasure and satis-1 s. W. 26th Rd., writes home of a
about 18 years of age). During faction to see them cry, moan, [ unique prison community in the
the evening we sang a lot of He- and plead, and to counter their Philippines "discovered" by him-
brew and English melodies.
There was enough wine for the
ritual. One quart for 10 people,
at the beginning of the meal, and
1 quart at the end.
There soldiers, sailors, air corps,
| nurses, WACs, doctors, and men
I from all branches of the service.
There were a lot of Christian
friends invited just as we would
do at home.
All in all, Mom, it makes a per-
son feel wonderful because only
in a country like the United
States is it possible to celebrate
such religious freedom.
Can you imagine being 10,000
miles from home and still having
the religious services just like you
were sitting a few blocks from
where you live in your own tem-
ple. So you can see how enjoy-
able the evening was for me and
it is a night I will probably re-
member all my life."
PFC. EDW. ABRAMS
WRITES TO PARENTS
wine at the Kid-
g*gofthe
^ainiv>CreSS V yU the WOn"
ine so ''n w,e had-just imag-
MoSE frCWiShnbyS that
sector and rom aU over this
EhnneVrn boys taken o
* wmfu lnw L/njoy the
* wnducf-t^e had our chaP"
therew,' "et the service, and
mer fo? {hr ere he wns a P"-
N*M how u years' You ca"
keart all tho f sans from his
bodies an?, bea"tiful Jewish
**. The JL the traditional
sen-
lain
The following is a letter re-
ceived by Dr. and Mrs. Marc V.
Abrams, 1605 Drexel Ave., Miami
Beach, from their son, Pfc. Ed-
ward Abranjs, now with the 16th
Infantry in Germany:
"Germany, Tuesday, March 20
Dearest Mon and Pop:
I'm feeling fine, folks, and am
really in surprisingly high spirits.
Now that we are getting closer
to Berlin (it's only about 235
miles from us now), I sure do
hope HeiT Hitler is having
apoplectic strokes, and is spend-
ing sleepless nights worrying
about everything. The boys in my
squad and I are enjoying our-
selves in the kitchen of this Ger-
man house. Yesterday we caught
5 chickens, one of the lads killed
and cleaned them, and I, remem-
bering momsie's good training,
did the cooking. I boiled those
chickens in a large pot and then
fried them. Boy, oh boy, were
they delicious. Found some
done to 3,000,000 of our people in
Poland and the rest of Europe,
and they are all sjo quick to deny
that they were in any way anti-
Semitic. They all loved our kind
and never slit a rabbi s throat-
can you imagine such Milarkey!
It's the old, old story of a leopard
never changing its spots! Well,
enough of that, but more later
on, but you can rest assured that
I am personally seeing to it that
more than a few Krauts never
again will cause us trouble.
Well, folks, feel mighty proud
of my Pfc. rating but I might
have some really good news for
you shortly so keep your fingers
That's about all for now, folks,
but will v/rite again as soon as
it's permissable.
Yyour loving son
r,d.
E* ihey haH -V c~. if. u unai they delicious. found some
&2 6 yeanTtLSma11 '*"* of noodles, onions, garlic, and salt
X011*. to ask .k as also an u,1,--
10ns-It broueht ,the four Qs-
^*e am0nu/h '<;ars to my eyes
5? Pilence ini "S destction
$? kautifui a? sorrwfulness
Setw.noss wTc that 1 was
5,ov^ we al,Whfn the ^rvice
ft,4v* and MvRn up and san*
S- Therr*5?y Couitry Tis oi
8$ 0ur heal ,WCre 5'000 boys
^,0ive\d.hbWccI' thanking
to and ^ makl ? beautlful serv-
taS *or h*wLl Possible for us
^^enthSlh'haP^essand
so I made chicken soup out of
the water, and was that good!
You would both have died
laughing could you have watched
me assume the role of chef. I
think I missed my true vocation
should have been chief chef of
the Waldorf Astoria! Suffice to
say, that chicken and the soup
disappeared in about 5 minutes
flat when these ravenous G. I.'s
got started. This A. M. we saw
a large, fat goose just walking
around doing nothing, st> its now
Pvt. Sheldon B. Bernbaum. 19
son of Mr. and Mrs S. I. Bern-
baum, 229 19th St., Miami Beach,
was killed March 6 while in com-
bat on Iwo Jima, his parents have
been notified. ..,,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernbaum were
residents of West Palm,BeaJha^
years before moving to Miami
Beach about a year ago and their
son was graduated from high
school^n the former city Later
he attended the University of
Florida and Parks Air college,
^"enferefthe Marine Corps
last June.
Prt Harold P. Edelstain was
wounded March 14 while serving
with the Seventh Army, it was
learned Monday. HPnrv
cnn nf Mr. and Mrs. nenry
Fdetetein 240 N. E. 79th St.. he
was attending the University of
MtlmfwhenL entered, service^
Prior to overseas duty, ne was
a student at Ohio State universi-
ty under the AST program, and
studied engineering.
Pfc. Alexander A. P*1??'' son
of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Perper.
224 E 37 St., has been graduated
from the information and educa-
tton course at the school for per-
sonnel services, at Lexington, Va.
Aaron H. Shifrin. 350 Collins
AvVta receiving pre-flight train-
ing at the aviation cadet center
our foved ones resting uneasily in a pot oi boil- in San Antonio, Texas.
2nd Lt. Irving Rubin, 23, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Rubin,
215 23rd St., Miami Beach, was
recently awarded the Air Medal
"for meritorious achievement in
aerial flight" during sustained
operations against the enemy, it
was announced by 15th AAF
headquarters.
A pilot, Lt. Rubin is serving
with a veteran Liebrator bom-
bardment group which is partici-
pating in the all-out aerial offen-
sive against strategic enemy rail,
oil and industrial targets in
Europe.
Second Lt. Harvey R. Klein.
son of Herman R. Klein. 303 S.
W. 31st Rd., former student at the
University of Miami, has been as-
signed to the San Francisco port
of embarkation ships complement
branch. His brother, Lt. Adler R.
Gruss, is serving with the Navy.
Ensign Edward Feinstein, sup-
ply corps. USNR, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Feinstein, 2851 Sher-
idan Ave., has recently reported
for duty aboard a cruiser of the
Atlantic fleet. Ensign Feinstein
graduated from Miami Beach
High school in 1941 and attended
the University of Miami. He re-
ceived his naval supply corps
training at Wellesley, Mass.
Pvt. Henry Schorr, 19, graduate
of Miami Beach High school, was
slightly wounded in action March
25 in Germany, the war depart-
ment has notified his parents.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Schorr, 1240 Lincoln Rd Pvt.
Schorr was a student at the Uni-
versity of Michigan before enter-
ing service in July, 1944. He went
overseas last October.
Lieut. Arnold P. Rosen. 24, son
of Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro of 2675
Flamingo Drive, is presently serv-
ing the navy as special ship's
communications officer on the
staff of a fleet air command based
at the naval air station in Nor-
folk, Va. Prior to this he served
overseas as communications of-
ficer with a fleet air wing. He
wears the American area cam-
paign medal.
His wife, the former Muriel
Sawitz, of 1326 Pennsylvania Ave.
is at present living with Lieut.
Rosen at 7617 Sheryl Dr., Norfolk.
New York (JTA)Denouncing
anti-Semitism as contrary to the
principles of Christianity and of
the Constitution of the United
States, Justice Frank Murphy of
the U. S. Supreme Court warned
that "the date now draped over
the earth may find its way to
this nation, in a different and per-
haps unforeseen way."
"Should it come in the form
of anti-Semitism, we must be
vigilantly on guard," he con-
tinued. He spoke at a luncheon
arranged in his honor at the Ho-
tel Biltmore at which he was
presented with the 1944 award of
the League of Fraternal and
Benevolent Organizations of the
Jewish Education Committee.
Maj. Gen. Maurice Rose, of Denver, who was eulogized this
week by Secretary of War Stimson as "a leader who inspired
enthusiasm and confidence." Gen. Rose, son of a 90-year-old
rabbi, was killed by Nazi soldiers as he was sflrrendering. De-
scribing the death of Gen. Rose as "a severe loss," Secretary
Stimson said, "No one was more skillful in directing the opera-
tions of an armored column."
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ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR
LOCAL DELICATESSEN
This label in-
sures your
health.
U. S. Gov't
inspected
Demand it!
Kosher Zion Sausage Co.
. CHICAGO
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
Call
Florida Provision Co., Inc.
OPERATED BY
PEARL BROS.
Distributors
1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141
FSa,A""c,?0' '"'Kish women*
M?HE^A"Vn3;,,si,K Women
of Hada".h, regular meeting.
Beach y. 8:15 p '
TUESDAY. APRIL 2-1: ,i.
Beth Sholem Congregation meeting.
National Home foi Jewish Children
,.f Denver, card party, Edwards Ho-
i,.l i,-wi-li Social Service Board,
board meeting. Beth David, S p. ">
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 25:
Workmen's Circle No. 692, Mecut ve
meeting '." l> "< National Coun-
cil f Jewish Women, board meet-
ing, 10-12 :> i" Beth David Sister-
hood, card party. 12 noon. Atlantis
Hotel, Miami Beach.
FRIDAY. APRIL 27:
American Jewish Congress Women.
Fi-nl..v Revli w, l SO p. m.i Business
and Professional Women of Hadas-
s.,h. home ol Mrs. Milton Sirkln,
8:30 p. in.; Beth David Sisterhood,
card party, nuilltorlum.
PIONEER WOMEN
NAME BOND HEAD
Pioneer Women's Organization
of Miami has appointed Mrs.
Pearl Raidman to head the bond
committee of the group, pledged
to raise $100,000 toward the 7th
War Loan Drive. Mrs. Henry
Seitlin has been named co-chair-
man. Members and friends of the
organization are urged to join the
Blue Star Brigade as a Victory
Volunteer in the selling and buy-
ing of bonds.
MEN!
Want To Grow Hair?
Phone for Appointment
Miss Hartley
3-4851
HEBREW WRITER
SPINOZA FORUM GUEST
Pincus Puchkoff, Hebrew writ-
er and lecturer, will be the guest
speaker, this Saturday afternoon/
3 p. m., at the Spinoza Forum,
which convenes under the canopy
on the lawn of the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, 11th St., be-
tween Collins Ave. and Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach.
Next Tuesday evening, 8 p. m.,
Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, retired New
York physician, now a resident
of Miami Beach will lecture on
"Nervous Indigestion."
Among those who successfully
passed the state bar examinations
last month was Simon Enplander,
f Miami Beach.
AFTER VICTORY, DEAR LADY ...
YOUR DREAM HOME!
The wonderful dream home you've been waiting so
long to build! It's a beautiful homein a charming
setting of tasteful landscaping. Folks who drive by
will pause to admire it you'll hear many
compliments on its appearance.
But it will be within your dream home that the
miracle of modern living will hold sway. For here
scientific Air Conditioning will make your house
keeping a pleasure will bring the hot days of
summer and the chilly days of winter into a full
year of never failing comfort. For scientific Air
Conditioning and heat control will be as much a
part of .your home of the future as a kitchen range!
Although, as an industry, Air Conditioning has gone
to war, we have maintained our staff of engineers
SoU Dxuribuior, in South Florida o/
and consultant* ready at any time to discuss
with you, your architect and consulting engineer
your Air Conditioning needs for the days of peace.
Deposits on Carrier Home Air Conditioning
units are being taken now at Belcher Industries.
Orders will be filled in sequence as soon as
possible after Victory.
BELCHER
INDUSTRIES
A Dun,on of
Belcher Oil Company
...... ESTABLISHED 191$
MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES FLORIDA
Air Comliiionwi and Rrfrig,,
ration
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FACTS ON FURS
By S. I. DESTRO
Miami Furriers. inc
Jng^Ssiff-I
must be given to furs Jk^
your possession. In Skim "1
furs out from storaeel T* *"l
ways examined your furT>|
to look for are broken hair?n"*l
seams, worn edges and the ;H
al appearance of the fur ff"8!
one of these are detected
your furrier to repairthultn.il
before taking them out to "3
Your garment should be in "l
feet condition before eivin>9
their seasonal wear. R **4
A small tear not properly hhl
care of will before the seaSrS
over be a large *?gi
serious repair job costing a nl
deal. A small worn spot wiu^l
away much faster if not c9
in time. This can all be elSS
if you would check your IBS
every so often.
I have seen many women that!
will sit on their furs. Thes" faj
are fragile and cannot take muSI
strain. Hides are very thin l
will easily fold. Top hairs wb|
bent by pressure will break thesl
top hairs which we call "gu^l
hairs. Their job is to keep frSI
tion and contact away from thel
fragile fur that lies underneath!
hav,,,.a!sbcpn asked by'l
many, "What should I do whenl
my furs get wet?" There is nol
danger in getting fur a little wed
All that should be done is to givjl
it a good shaking and hang in J
cool place to dry. Do not use anjl
artificial means to dry a fur, Thiil
may cause the hide to shrivel!
dry or crack. The natural oil oil
the fur will piotect fur by makia||
it water repelent.
Here in the South, I harel
noticed many furs that are shag-l
gy in appearance and hairs that!
are curled. This is caused by eil
cessive heat, dirt and grime. TtiiJ
can easily be remedied by yourl
furrier. Do not try to get these!
hairs straightened out by comb-l
ing or ironing them. These gar-l
ments in this condition should!
be handled by an experienced!
furrier. Serious damage may re-l
suit if not properly taken care of|
by a furrier.
MemU &A
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th St
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
Alterations Maintenance
Carpentry
Present or Future Jobbing
Please write. 2539 S. Bey-
shore Dr.. Ph. 4-5408
Before 6:30 p. m. CortngW
ELECT
B. F. WEAVER
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CITY COMMISSIONED
Your Vote and Support


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oTJnsMADE FOR ART
CENTERASMEMORIAL
for a postwar million
P'ansar callery and museum
*Mng memorial" to Greater
as a "*"'* dcaH were announc-
K 'Lu'lnK War Memorial
ri y-nti,.n of Dade County.
Zfof the association consisting
'Others mothers and wives of
rfjf county men killed n ac-
Paf $ they hope to finance
ll^'projer. throuKh endowment
^UbproSedS-building would
J built with every modern
Natural ,-nd acoustical improve-
ment and would accommodate a
S mum of 3.500 people.
min addit.on to a central assem-
Mv hall !li'' structure would m-
dudc an art Rallery and adjacent
meeting rooms for use by civic,
religious and patriotic organiza-
UOgS'B Terry, ex-officio member
of the association's board of di-
rectors reported that the associa-
tion has ahoady been assured a
fourth of the necessary funds.
To be eligible for membership
in the association the relatives of
youths killed in this war must
have resided in Dade county two
years prior to the youth's enlist-
ment or induction into the armed
services.
Temporary officers or the
group, which received its charter
March 20, are, in addition to Mrs.
Christian. Robert B. Ingman,
vice-president; Harry Kohn, 2nd
vice-president; S. B. Feldman,
treasurer, and Mrs. C. H. Adkins,
secretary. Permanent officers will
be selected at the first annual
election on June 12.
APRIL DESIGNATED AS
ANTI-CANCER MONTH
Statistics compiled by the
American Cancer society show
that cancer today ranks second as
the cause of death among the
fatal diseases, it was reported.
"April has been designated
"Cancer Control Month," during
which a nationwide campaign for
$5,000,000 for research, education
and training in the fight against
cancer will be held.
The Florida division of the field
army of the American Cancer
society will take part in the drive.
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
"Love Thy Neighbor as Thy-
self will be Rabbi Samuel H.
Baron's sermon topic at regular
services Friday evening at Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale.
MIAMI CHAPTER HOLDS
PARTY AT M. B. HOTEL
Miami chapter, National Home
for Jewish Children at Denver,
will hold a card and mah jong
party at the Edward hotel, Miami
Beach, April 24 at 1 p. m. Re-
freshments will be served and
door prizes awarded. Tickets may
be had by contacting Mrs. Elsie
Leschel, 3-1894, or Mrs. Edith
Pollack, 5-1235.
NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION
101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. Lobby Entrance
420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters?
DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD
Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343
flCKSTone
FULL COURSE TABLE D'HOTL
and Chef Special*6:30 to 9
Pappy's Restaurant
AIR CONDITIONED
Open 11:30 A.M. to 2 AM.
Serving breakfast, luncheon and dinner
Specializing in steaks and chops
COLLINS AT 20th ST., MIAMI BEACH
Closed Tuesdays
iiimimmieBiiiwiiii
TOUBY
PAINTING
CO.
Face Facts
George J. Talianoff
Executive Director A.D.L,
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
5
1
\JfutOr* j
3-50001
Lict/fseo andInsured Contractors j
669 K.W.6^ Street
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
MIIIIHIIIIHIIIIHIIilWIIfmilBflllHIIlB
Our government has made
every provision that our men go
into battle with the finest train-
ing and the most skilled imple-
ments of war. The government
has seen to it that the most mod-
ern methods are used to remove
oar war casualties from battle
scarred areas to hospitals and
convalescent centers. The entire
policy of the government is a
paternalistic interest in the well
being of every soldier.
We now face this difficult sit-
uation. .The harrowing experi-
ences of modern warfare have
produced tens of thousands of
boys described as battle-fatigue
casesmany neuro psychotic,
who are now being returned from
all battle fronts the victims of
varied shocks of war. They are
being concentrated in certain Re-
distribution Centers. From the
standpoint of environment, it is
benevolent of the government to
locate these Redistribution Cen-
ters of rest and rehabilitation in
sections favored by nature. How-
ever, these areas, coincidentally,
are also renown vacation resorts.
Here develops the incongruous
situation of war casualties and
battle-scarred soldiers being
thrown into intimate contact
with, in some sections, hundreds
of thousands of people,civilians
that come to relax from the rigors
of wartime industry.
The releases of the ordinary
communal disciplines which are
marked by t*e pursuit of enjoy-
ment, entertainment, lavish ex-
penditure of funds,which is but
natural for people who are on
vacation,draw the sharp con-
trasts between apparent civilian
ease and the sacrifice imposed by
war.
This condition is aggravated by
reason of the fact that no one is
so much alone as one who is ill
or maladjusted. The soldier who
craves reunion with his loved
ones finds his aloneness accen-
tuated by the evidences of ci-
vilian families in pursuit of re-
creation.
The writer believes that that
same providencial concern which
government displayed in making
our armed forces the best equip-
ped soldiers in the world must be
oxtended in the case of re-
turned veterans. No measure
should be ignored which will con-
tribute to the peace of mind and
the restoration to normalcy of
those who have so valiantly
fought our fight.
The War Department should
designate the areas involved as
military reservations subject to
all such restriction as may be
necessary to impose. Our men
need the solace of their loved
ones while they are resting and
recuperating. The government
should make provisions for these
families. The civilian populace
will gladly yield the pleasures
and comforts of designated vaca-
tion areas provided that the gov-
ernment takes the initiative to
impose the indicated restrictions.
Our boys who are being re-
stored to health and readjusted
following their tragic and har-
rowing experiences, are entitled
to the same governmental con-
cern that made our armed forces
the finest and most highly train-
ed in the world.
DR. MARSHALL WRIGHT
Optometrist
306 CALUMET BLDG.
10 N. E. 3rd Ave.
PHONE 3-2100
BALLANTINE'S
ALE Q$
Ameria's F-rtH Sncc 1840
DISTRIBUTED BT
NATIONAL BRANDS. INC.
LUGGAGE SHOP
cv^/Vf 3 2603
Buy More War Bonds.
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots, Homes, Hotels
Apt. & Commercial Bldgs.
M. GILLER, Realtor
1448 Waah. Ave., Ph. 5-5875
412-16 Seybold Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
805 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868
Custom-Made Seat Covert
Convertible Tops
One-Day Service
TRAIL TOP SHOP
1699 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 9-3541
LAWN and
GROVE SERVICE
Maintenance, reconditioning old
lawn, laying new lawn, bitter bluo
sod, pulverized top soil, pruning,
npraying, fertilizing; expert super-
vision.
PHONE 7-1513
GENERAL PAINTING
BY BEST MECHANICS
Free Estimates Qivan
I. D. Gilbreath Paint Co.
PHONE 3-0070
If No Answer Call 2-5105
When You Think of Real Estate
Think Of
LEO EISENSTEIN
REALTOR
309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479
Dependable, Conscientious Service
MILTON KLEIN
Painting Contractor
No Job Too Large or Too Small
PAINTING PAPER HANGING
WATERPROOFING
PHONE 4-1920
FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN
Waterproofing-Painting by
Best Mechanics
CALL 3-5091
I. C. SMITH
376 N. W. 22nd St.
EDWARD T. NEWMAN
KING FUNERAL HOME
PHONE 3-2111
Life Insurance Estatea
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT G ANS
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
907 Biscayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
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
Made From Fresh Oranges
for Rest
convalescent!
o.-(ChronicGvses
un-RayPark
Health Resort
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
1236 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
in.New York 76th Si. & Amsterdam Ave
5-7777
RIVERSIDE
AMBULANCE
SERVICE

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TEL. 2-2621
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Visit Our Farm at
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dietary laws; private camp for boys and girls 8 to 16. Tuition 8375
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Try the Delightful Food
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FRIDAY, APRIL 20
1945
Henry J.
says:
" Americans have shown what they can do with their minds and hands in
producing the ships, planes, guns, tanks, ammunition and all the materials
needed to crush the Axis hordes. Now, in this month of April, America
will show what Americans can do with their hearts in providing the
clothing needed to relieve the suffering of millions of people in war-torn
countries. It is good to know that every American family will do its share."
MIAMI BEACH COLLECTION HEADQUARTERS
830 LINCOLN ROAD
MRS. MURIEL HIRSCH, Chairman RUDY R. ADLER, Co-Chairman
Collection Locations: 3 Fire Stations-City Hall-23rd Street and Dade Boulevard-
6880 Indian Creek Drive-514 Washington Avenue
SynagoguesChurchesSchoolsBeach Y

MIAMI COLLECTION LOCATIONS
Burdines.~Schools.~Synagogues.~Churchea-.1348 N. E. 1st Avenue-Miami T


DAY
APRIL 20, 1945
*'Jewlsti thrkMan
PAGE ELEVEN
HAT CAN YOU SPARE
HAT THEY CAN WEAR?
.
President roosevelt chose Mr. Henry J. Kaiser as
National Chairman of the United National Cloth-
ig Collection for just one reason: He knows this
{famous industrialist as a man who gets things done.
But Mr. Kaiser will need helpif the goal of 150
I million pounds of serviceable used clothing is to be
I attained this month.
He will need, indeed, help and contributions from
| my American family throughout the land.
Today, in Europe alone, 125 million men, women,
md children are In desperate need of the forgotten
usable clothes that hang in the closets or repose In
I the attics of America's homes.
In some areas, deaths from exposure are as great
1 is those from starvation.
These innocent people have given their homes, their
[/obi, their happiness, their healthfor the same last-
log Peace we are fighting for. They need your spare
clothing now. Will you give It to them?
WhatYOUcando!
1. Get together all the serviceable summer 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.
2. Take your contribution to your local COLLECTION DEPOT
now or arrange to have your LOCAL COMMITTEE collect
it before April 30th.
3* Support your Local Committee not only with your clothing
contribution, but also with your time, effort, and energy.
UNITED NATIONAL
CLOTHING COLLECTION
for Overseas War Relief
HENRY J. KAISER, National Chairman
APRIL I to 30
DADE COUNTY CHAIRMAN
GEN. HENRY W. BAIRD
advertisement prepared by the War Advertising Council for United National Clothing Collection, and sponsored by
Mrs. W. F. Rockwell
Savoy Plaza Hotel
*o Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
Biscayne Laundry
81 "th St., Miami Beach
Mre- William Douglas Pawley
pe Savory Bake Shop
' Alton Rd.. Miami Beach
^Bro,her8 Department Store
whmqton Ave., Miami Beach
Mrs. Peter Doelger
Edison Hotel
s Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
"IJMian Bear Restaurant
I in T-"' Rd., Miami Beach
Wfi* Abstract & Title Co.
I "JWjWrt Bank Bldo., Ml.ml Be.ch
""* Delicatessen & Restaurant
, 1"1 W, Flagler St.
Alabama Poultry Market
S^^^EW Market
11 -*-" w *" Aver"
^Refrigeration Co.. Inc.
1M N. W. 3rd Ave.
9^Product Co-
raft? as "a**
D, 7ay' Corel Cablet
C?HdC-IaCOb~
IWj E- ffl,h St.
Nate Speigelman
1260 N. W. 22nd St.
Ponce de Leon Restaurant
2309 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gablet
Triangle Fruit Co.
1200 N. W. 22nd St.
Herendeen's "Linen & Blankets"
19 N. W. 3rd St.
Fader's Service Station
2199 S. W. 22nd St.
R. E. Dann Service Station
501 N. W. 6th St.
Sid's Service Station
6700 Biecayne Blvd.
Flagler Mirror Plate Glase Co.
1432 W. Flagler St.
Metropolitan Laundry & Cleaners
1085 N. W. 62nd St.
Abbott Electric
3400 N. Miami Ave.
Tamiami Upholstery Co.
2485 S. W. 8th St.
- Main U-Drive-It
261 N .E. Ut St.
C & L Amusement Co.
1810 N. W. 36th St.
Brilliant Cleaners & Laundry
240 W. Flagler Bt.
Concha Restaurant
1101 N. Miami Ave.
Chick Powell Co.. Noveltiee
836 S. W. 1>t St.
Cochran Electric Co.
86 N. W. 36th St.
Mid-City Radio Shop
185 N. E. 96th St.
Famous Employment Agency
340 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Maule Industries
1136 N. W. 21et Ave.
E & J Equipment Co.
926 N. Miami Ave.
Eatabite Restaurant
1145 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Dolly Dimple Delicatessen &
Restaurant
503 N. W. 7th Ave.
La Vigne Electric Co.
176 N. E. 20th St.
Belford Produce Trucking Co.
1800 N. W. 7th Ave.
National Produce Co., Inc.
2186 N. W. 13th AV0,
Miss Helen G. Warner
Mrs. William McGill
714 San Antonio Ave., Coral Gable*
Shangri-La Restaurant
15. N. E. 3rd Ave.
G. M A Club
150 S. E. M St.
Stubbs Service Station
335 W. Flagler St.
Provident Jewelry & Luggage Co.
39 N. Miami Ave.
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Rose Sacks Beauty Salon
2214 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Thurston's Service Station
626 5th St., Miami Beach
Miami Beach Key Shop
804 5th St., Miami Beach
Hutchison Service Station
1165 Colline Ave., Miami Beach
Lear School
1010 Weet Ave., Miami Beach
Lcdcein Jewelry Co.
424 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Umberto Hair Fashionist
3911 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
Rosenberg's Service Station
873 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Cameo Pharmacy
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1443 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Irene Starr, Hairdresser
762 Waehlngton Ave., Miami Beaeh
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2853 N. W. 2nd St.
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840 N. E. 79th St.
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12 Ponce de Leon Blvif.
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Maj. Gen. Maurice Rose, In the Greater Miami
Who Didn't Die In Bed Houses of Worship
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(A reprint from PM.AprU 4. 19451 handsomet brisk| soldierly. and
by Max Lerner) | in his micjdle 50"s, which is pretty
I write this to those who still, g00(j f0r a major-general. We
cling to the belief that American j learned afterward that he had
generals die in bed. They don't. | come up from the ranks, which
Last night I got a jolt when I js even better. We had some ban-
read of the death of Maj. Gen.
Maurice Rose of the 3d Armored
Division. Today it didn't help any
to read the UP dispatch about
how he died. He and some of his
staff were cut off by a German
tank column and made prisoners
by a tank crew, and just as he
was handing over his gun, the
general was shot.
In the army, you see someone
tering conversation, and I re-
member his joking with me about
an experience I had had a few
days before with a brigadier gen-
eral when the latter had been
wounded in a machine gun am-
bush. We joked back about its
being a hell of a war when it was
no longer safe to trail with a gen-
eral.
We watched him and talked
for a few hours under conditions wj(h him as he drove about from
of tension. You may never see one part 0f his task force to an-
him again, but you don't easily | other, getting first-hand reports
forget him. You don't need longer 0f the fighting, giving orders di-
than that to recognize a man. | rectly rather than over the radio.
It was on March 6 or 7 that I. Time after time, as he stood in
met Gen. Rose, the day that the I the middle of the street talking
3d Armored took Cologne. I was i wjth several officers, an ideal
with Sydney Olson of Time and target.
Howard Smith of CBS. and to- But that was the he
gether we drove cautiously down ( cra(od And the men to]d me it
Colognes main street, looking for, made an enormous difference to
someone who could tell us how | thcm t have ,he division com.
much of the city had been
cleared.
mander sharing their danger.
We stopped at a corner, and
After the Rhine crossing, with
i the war moving at a stepped-up
just then a jeep (or, as the armor- breakthrough *ace, Ge Ros
ed divisions insist on calling it a bound to get into danger and
peep ) drove up, and a two-star tb, He did But th kind f
general stepped out. He was j gcncra| he was js Qne of the rea.
sons I shall have enduring respect
for American combat leadership
in this war. Hemingway once
defined courage as "grace under
pressure." General Rose had it.
rJJjGtlST BROS Ry^1
Lf* la theBESTf
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER, Coneervative.
1415 Euclid Ave. Kabbalas SnadDaa
ai 7:15 p. m. Friday evening. Saturday
morning services al 9 a. > Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will preach on ""-'
Weekly Portion <>f tl' Law. Cantor
Emanuel Barkan will ctianl the serv-
ice* Cart, BOn of Mr. and Mrs. harl.-s
Im.iiii.cI and Ronald David Ollckman
ill become bar mltsvah. Mlncna
... ii... ,? g 30 p. m. followed M
Shaloa Seudoe. Maarlv al 7:50 p. nj.
Senior dance sponsored by the tenth
i-ounoll will l held at 8:30 p. m. Sat-
urday. A.Z.A.-B.B.B. Breakfast serv-
i,.,. at I. a. in Sunday morning. Sun-
day s. hool :.t 10 .t. ni.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services al 7 p. m.
Saturday morning services at 9 ft. in.
Mlncha al 5:30 p. m. Schaloa Seudoa
to follow. Schaarel Zedeh Talmud
Torah, 1345 s. W. .ird St.Friday eve-
ning services :it p, m. Saturday
morning adull aervleea :n 8:30 a. m..
junior services ;it ni:3n a. m. Rabbi
Simon April will Bpeak on the portion
of the waek, Mlncha .it 6:30 p. m
Schaloa Seudoa t" follow.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
Friday evening services at 7 p. n.
and Saturday morning services at ^:30
a, ni. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Abraham Friedman will offielate.
Junior services at 10:S0 a. m.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER, Con.
servative, 761 41st St., Miami Beach.
Friday evening service at 8:16 p. m.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will preach on
"Warsaw and San Franciscothe Tale
of Two Cities." An Oneg Bhabbat will
follow with Mrs. Minnie Reckson and
Mrs. Murray Reckson as hostessee.
Cantor Louis Hayman will officiate
and lead the Congregational singing,
Saturday morning services al n a. m,
Rabbi Kro.iish will preach on the por-
tion of the week.
Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX RepreaentoHv.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Trachtenberg I 29, with arrangements to be an-
have left for Ellenville, N. Y to|nounced.
open their Mountain Lake Hotel.
They were accompanied there by
their sister. Mrs. Hauseman.
Beth El Sisterhood held its
semi-monthly meeting Tuesday
night in Sher Memorial hall.
The possibility that a mobile
blood bank might be made avail-
able to Palm Beachitcs was re- I membership,
ported by B'nai B'rith officials
this week. At a regular meeting
of the organization Tuesday a
committee was established to
study the feasibility of such a
plan.
Plans were also made to aid
sale of War Bonds in the 7th War
Loan Drive.
It was decided to hold installa-
tion of officers at a meeting April
A resolution was passed ex-
pressing sympathy to Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Bernhaum on the
death of their son, Sheldon Bern-
baum, a Marine, who was killed
in action on Iwo Jima recently.
Dave Katz, reelected president,
had charge of the meeting and
presided over the initiation of
Dr. Joseph Bernstein into Lodge
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dave, and
daughters, Miss Sara Dave and
Mrs. Moe Schupler. have left for
their home in Durham, N. C, af-
ter spending the Passover holi-
day with their relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Moss. The Daves will
return the latter part of the sum-
mer to make their permanent
home.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach.Friday evening services
at 7:1.*, p. in.; Saturday morning at 7
and 9. The liar Mltivah of Jerry
lterkowltz will tak<- place during the
morning services. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff will addresa the hoy. Mlnnion-
alre services will he held at 9:30 a. m.
for young nun and their parents The
religious school Junior service will he
held at 11 a. ni. Klddush and refresh-
ments win be served i.y the Sister-
hood. Shalosh Seudoa at 1:16 p. m.
Rabbi M.-ch.loff will speak on
"I'erek." The daily Talmud class Is
conducted at 7:.in p. m. by Rabbi Mea-
cheloff.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. 137 N.
E. 19th St.Friday evening services
u II 15 p. in Rabbi Saul Appelbaum
w.ll speak on "Peace at (San Francis-
co) Bay." Bar Mltxah Of Martin Ed-
ward, son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel A.
Karns. will take place during services.
a reception tendered by his parents
will follow. Saturday morning services
nt 11 o'clock, lial.ld Appelbaum will
sneak on the Torah Portion of the
Week,
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1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
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