The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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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University of Florida
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AA00010090:00901

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<^-THE JEWISH UNITY F
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 11. 1945
George Okell. representative of
1 .county, introduced and had
oH in the Florida legislature
week House Bill No. 232. This
i similar to ordinances passed
, Detroit. St. Louis and Seattle,
de'iened to discourage the
inline and distribution of scur.
Ecus literature and is now being
Lidered in the state senate.
fijie introduced bill read:
A HIM'
TO BE KNTITI.ED
.ictmaklwc It unlawful to print Or
Lblish any publication or printed
Imlier which tends to expose any
I Individual or religious Kroup to
bi'ni contempt or ridicule, unless
llhf'true name and address of the
Iktsmi causing the eume to be
I printed <* published, be printed or
I written tbercoi
bit ESACTKM BY TIIK I.KOI8-
|unRE OF THE STATE OF
IfLONDA:
Ifcctlon I. It "hall be unlawful to
Hit. publish distribute or cause to
I printed, published or distributed
i ut means, or in any manner
Mnevcr. any publication, handbill,
fctr. circular, booklet, pamphlet,
111!, card, sticker, periodical, llter-
n. paper, or other printed material
icb tends to expose any individual
wr religious croup to hatred, con-
jiL ridicule or oblmiuy unless the
wing Is clearly printed or written
in:
The true name and post office
.. of the person, firm, partner-
* corporation or organisation caus-
Etbe same to be printed, published
ktribuled; and
If such name is that of a firm,
ur wwiOiiiun. the name
i post office addreai of the Indlvl-
i acting in its behalf in causing
I printing, publication or distrlbu-
.. 2. Any person, firm or
(oration violating any of the sec-
of this ordinance shall upon
nction thereof be xubjeeted to a
i not ncee ""red (i:,o0) dollars or imprison -
l in the county penitentiary for
mod not exceeding SO days, or
iiich fine and imprisonment in
Hacretlun of the court.
nlon 8, This act shall take ef-
immediately upon its becoming a
FIN POLICY
|San Francisco (JTA)Big Four
V3 on trusteeships for man-
Ea .trea5 ls bcmR welded be-
tat*... rs. of Secretary of
P Mettinius apartment at the
K Hotel, while experts of
K, ,,,Ay were busy
waiting the United States ana
Jtrt.L i?osals on 'nternation-
U of ,thlps ,t0 establish how
' Pa e,tfne Pluns w&uld affect
'destine mandate.
fi t British draft, it is
rCa,nufi,?rllain is in favor
CT\lc trustee over
** it tt^T the United states
'S.wnii?d k e as,sume(i that the
55hL Palest>ne. Zionist
tae: unHWOuld llke t see
> since iffiS" would make the
K've American Jews the
Ajl^S LIBERATED
AMERICAN FORCES
?Europea?lJews from all
.^ners in thr nuS thc 31000
ft 'Crated "achau, concen-
L?8 American famp libe-ated
* are 200?1forces- Among
"fboysUvvom(,nandahand-
gfed Eichorn of Tal-
& 'Sntto7,vfd here with
jS wotkfn?1 ,r00DS and
nir,,i..rK among the
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'ors.
PRICE TEN CENTS
Jewry Throughout the World Greets V-E Day;
Destruction of Naziism Is Widely Acclaimed
Jews throughout the world
joined their fellow-citizens in all
democratic countries this week in
hailing the end of the war in
Europe and the final destruction
of Nazism which took the lives
of more than 5,000,000 Jews.
In Palestine, where almost ev-
ery Jewish family has suffered
directly from the German ex-
termination of large sections of
European Jewry, spontaneous
demonstrations were organized
in the streets of the larger cities
and marchers paraded carrying
the banners of the United Na-
tions. Throngs filled the syna-
gogues reciting special thanks-
giving prayers issued by the Chief
Rabbinate.
Similar, although somewhat
quieter demonstrations marked
V-E Day in Jewish communities
which were only recently liber-
ated from the Germans and in the
large Jewish centers in the Unit-
ed States, Britain, the Soviet
Union and other democratic
countries.
In New York, Dr. John Slaw-
son, executive vice-president of
the American Jewish Committee,
issued a statement declaring that
"the remnants of the Jews of
Europe and the free Jewish com-
munities everywhere are the joy
of free men," but warning that
* *
"this victory will not be com-
plete if humanity does not learn
the most significant lesson of the
strugglethe setting of one group
against another, one nationality
against another, must lead to
strife and world conflagrations."
Dr. Israel Goldstein, president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, recalling that two-
thirds of European Jewry has
been exterminated by the Ger-
mans, said, in a statement issued
in Washington, that "we hope that
V-E Day will open the eyes of the
world to the reality and scope of
the Jewish problem and to an
understanding that the solution
of this problem is an inextricable
part of a world charter for a just
peace."
The V-E Day statement made
by Rabbi Johah B. Wise, nation-
al chairman of the J. D. C. 1945
campaign, stated in part:
"While the civilized world re-
joices today in victory over tyr-
anny and oppression, we in
America face an urgent respon-
sibility to undo as far as possi-
ble the destruction Hitler has
wrought for hundreds of thou-
sands of aidless victims. There
can be no complete victory until
that is done. The J. D. C. pledges
itself to grave responsibilities
which lie ahead."
Hailing the end of bloodshed
in Europe, Henry Monsky, pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith, in a V-E
Day statement, nevertheless call-
ed upon American Jewry to re-
member the tragedy of Euro-
pean Jewry and not to relax its
efforts until Jewish rights are
recognized by the peace-makers.
"This is the day for which we
have been waitingthe day for
which the people of the United
Nations have been fighting, suf-
fering and dying. Adolph Hitler's
Nazi empire has died in the year
6 of its boasted thousand-year
reign, foreshadowing the re-es-
tablishment of democratic insti-
tutions throughout the length
and breadth of the European
Continent and throughout the
world," Senator Claude E. Pep-
per said in a statement on V-E
Day.
"It is a day of rejoicing, and it
is a day of re-dedication, for
peace loving mankind. Rejoic-
ing, for the victory won; re-dedi-
cation, for the winning of vic-
tories still to be achieved in the
Pacific, and the establishment of
a lasting peace," he continued.
Local houses of worship were
all filled at special services Tues-
day evening, and further services
will be held during the day next
Sunday.
AREA HAS
BEEN SUCCESSFUL
The drive to collect old clothes
for people in war-ravaged coun-
tries has been "tremendously suc-
cessful" in the Greater Miami
area and more than 300.000
pounds have been stacked away,
Paul C. Perry, regional director
of the United National Clothing
Collection, stated.
The clothes will be shipped to
United States treasury procure-
ment headquarters in Columbia,
S. C, for baling and then the
President's War Relief Central
Board will make allocations to
those countries in dire need. The
United Nations Relief and Re-
habilitation association will be in
charge of allocations.
Miami Beach visitors and resi-
dents were lauded for their gen-
erous response by Mit. Muriel
Hirsch, chairman.
Mrs. Hirsch estimated that 180.-
000 pounds of used clothing, blan-
kets, and other needed materials
had been poured into the head-
quarters at 830 Lincoln Rd. Rudy
R. Adler served as co-chairman.
Dade county did a "magnificent
job" in the United Clothing Col-
lection for war victims in Allied
countries, Gen. Henry W. Baird,
county chairman added.
Mrs. P. R. Mallory, of the Brit-
ish War Relief group, said re-
ception depots will be maintained
at the British War Relief Shop,
132 24th St., Miami Beach, and at
all Tanner stores, Mrs. S. Gordon
Smith, 919 S. W. 10th St., will as-
sist in arranging pickups.
Joseph Rambam, head of Rus-
sian War Relief, said reception
depots will be maintained at 411
Washington St.. Miami Beach; 214
N. Miami Ave., 4722 N. W. 2nd
Ave., 1643 S. W. Seventh St. and
1325 Cortez St., Coral Gables.
Donors also may phone 58-2780.
New York (JTA)Michael S.
Nisselson, who has been associat-
ed with the New York Federation
for the Support of Jewish Philan-
thropic Institutions for more than
10 years in various executive ca-
pacities, has been named presi-
dent of the Amalgamated Bank
LEGISLATOR ASSERTS
JEWS PREDOMINATE
Washington (JTA)Asserting
that Jews in the United States
are "predominant" in the Federal
Government and exercise dispro-
portionate control over "mer-
chandising, the press and radio,"
Rep. Clare Hoffman, Republican,
of Michigan, this week urged the
House to defeat the permanent
Fair Employment Practices Com-
mission bill, and denied existence
of any discrimination "except
perhaps in a few cities."
"It is a well-known fact," Rep.
Hoffman said, "that many of the
most powerful financial institu-
tions in this country are con-
trolled by the Jews." Hoffman
then called for figures "showing
the proportion of the volume of
the business of the country owned
or controlled by individuals of
the Jewish race, the exact num-
ber of Jews outstanding in the
professions, sciences, arts, the
number of high positions in the
Federal Government held by or
which are under the control of
the members of that race."
Rep. John Rankin, Democrat of
Mississippi, joined in the opposi-
tion to the FEPC bill by declar-
ing "a racial minority in this
house has been advocating this
bill" and that doctors of that
"minority group" were "crowd-
ing" veterans' hospitals. Mr.
Rankins' words, as printed in the
official Congressional Record
were: "We have found in our in-
vestigation in veterans' hospitals
that they (the racial minority in
the house) have crowded the doc-
tors of that minority group into
these hospitals all over the coun-
try, and some of those hospitals
have more doctors of that group
than patients of that group. That
situation is stirring up trouble in
those hospitals. It ls really caus-
ing more trouble there probably
than everything else put to-
gether."
NEW PROGRAMS" ARE
A PART OF EXPANSION
New York (JTA) Develop-
ment of new graduate and under-
graduate programs as part of a
projected expansion of the Yes-
hiva College, which will take two
years and require $5,000,000. were
outlined here by Dr. Samuel
Belkin, president of the institu-
tion, who announced the opening
of a drive to raise the required
funds. *
E
TO OPEN MONDAY
WITH BIG PARADE
Dade's seventh war loan drive
will be opened officially Monday
night, 7 p. m., May 14, with a
parade down Flagler Street, the
war finance committee an-
nounced.
The line of march will form on
S. W. N. River Dr., and will move
east on Flagler St. beginning at
7 p. m.
Designed to push the sale of
E bonds to raise the county's
$9,328,000 quota, the parade will
include colorful high school band
and marching units, the Legion
Drum Corps, the Greater Miami
Boys Drum and Bugle Corps, the
Shrine band and patrol, Miami
Police Commandoes. CAP patrol
and the Florida state guard.
War bond sales, through the
payroll savings division opened
April 9, but the May 14 parade
will mark the opening of the
drive for sale to individuals, not
only of E bonds but of the larger
bonds.
A rally and army entertain-
ment opened Miami Beach's
seventh war loan drive Wednes-
day in Flamingo park, D. Richard
Mead, chairman, announced. The
Beach quota is $10,000,000.
Karl Lehrman. Jacksonville,
executive manager of the Florida
War Finance committee, ad-
dressed the gathering. Alfred
Elgie is serving as co-chairman
of the drive. John Prosser is in
charge of the entertainment com-
mittee, Lawrence She'ffey of the
men's organizations division and
Mrs. Harold Spaet of the women's
division.
Dade county Masonic bodies,
have accepted a $1,000,000 quota I
for the seventh war loan. Louie
Bandel is general chairman of the
Masonic allied war bond commit-
tee.
Sale of enough war bonds to
buy 12 jeeps is the goal of Royal
Palm chapter 496 of A. Z. A.,
youth organization sponsored by
B'nai B'rith for 'teen aged boys,
and will require selling $13,980
worth of war bonds.
All Jewish organizations. men|s
and women's are actively partici-
pating in the 7th war loan drive.
JIB. PLAYS HOST
AT DEDICATION OF
BEACH SNACK BAR
The dedication ceremony of the
Servicemen's Snack Bar located
at 1 Lincoln Road, under the
sponsorship of the Army & Navy
Committee of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board, was held on
Sunday, May 6 at 2 p. m. The
speakers were Harry Zukemick,
president of the YM & YWHA.
whose organization turned over
the space to the Army & Navy
Committee for this project; Carl
Weinkle, chairman of the Snack
Bar; Sam Blank, chairman of the
Army & Navy Committee; Mayor
John H. Levi, of Miami Beach;
Dr. Morris Goodman, represent-
ing the' Civilian War Services
Committee; Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
co-chairman of the hostess group
of the Snack Bar; Captain Charles
Clark of the staff of Admiral
Anderson; and Col. T. J. J. Chris-
tian, commanding officer of the
Miami Beach Service Base.
All of the speakers lauded this
most recent effort on the part of
the Miami community to serve
the men and women of the armed
forces. In the course of the dedi-
cation the Snack Bar was in full
swing. In its four days of opera-
tion the Snack Bar has catered
to 3.300 men and women in serv-
ice and their guests. The work
of the past four days has prompt-
ed many of the Army & Navy
officials who have watched the
Snack Bar in action, to comment
that "this is one of the finest
things that has happened on the
Beach."
The Snack Bar is served by 350
women volunteers and food is
sold at prices commensurate with
the ability of servicemen to pay.
All items sold are priced at five
cents.
IN ELECTION HELD
HERE ON TUESDAY
Perrine Palmer, Jr. led the list
of candidates who were elected
to the Miami City Commission
last Tuesday. R. C. Gardner was
second and the two of them will
each serve for four years. James
A. Dunn was third man and will
serve two years.
Palmer, a veteran of World
War II, is assistant state sales
manager of the Orange State Oil
Company and was released from
service last December after more
than two years of duty. This is
Palmer's first public office.
Gardner, head of Tip Top Groc-
ery Stores here, has served eight
years on the commission.
Dunn, Miami attorney, has been
a commissioner for five years.
Fourth place went to Joseph
Barth, followed by Roy Singer
and F. F. Weaver.
AJC REJECTS PROPOSAL
FOR A UNITED FRONT
San Francisco (JTA. The
American Jewish Conference,
supported by the representatives
of the World Jewish Congress
and the Jewish Agency for Pales-
tine, has rejected the proposal of
the delegates of the Synagogue
Council of America to negotiate
for the establishment of a united
front among the various Jewish
groups here.
At the same time, it was an-
nounced that the American Jew*-
ish Conference and the American
Jewish Committee have sub-
mitted separate letters to Secre-
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PAGE TWO
9-Jewish noridiain^
FRIDAY, MAY n,
PERSONALS
Mrs. Freda Lutsky and Mrs.
Philip Salmon, both of Miami
Beach, are spending several
weeks in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller,
918 S. W. 4th St., received a
cablegram from their son, Mur-
ray, who has been a prisoner-of-
war in Germany. The cablegram
stated that he was well and would
write soon.
A surprise handkerchief show-
er was given Wednesday by
Mrs. Herman Wronker at her
home honoring Miss Elyse New-
man, bride elect. Miss Newman's
marriage to Seymour Gladstone,
BM 1/c, will be an early June
event.
Mrs. Helen Rosenstein, known
to the community as "Aunt
Helen," left Tuesday for New
York where she will undergo an
eye operation. Mrs. Rosenstein
resides here with her nephew and
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosen-
stein, who have recently moved
to 4342 Sheridan Ave., Miami
Beach. While in New York, she
will visit with another nephew,
Aaron Rosenstein, who made the
arrangements for her trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kandel, 169
N. W. 24th St., are leaving this
week for Washington, D. C. to
visit relatives and friends. They
expect to be away several weeks.
Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, formerly of
Miami and now residing at Co-
lumbia, S. C. is here for a visit
with her daughter, Mrs. George
Chcrtkof, who is convalescing
from an illness at her home, 1751
S. W. 16th Ter.
BRISM
Brism for the sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar E. Van Damm. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Davis, and Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Snyder were
held this week, with Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lazarus, 1671
S. W. 18th St., announce the birth
of a son May 4 at Jackson Me-
morial hospital.
= THOMAS GUNN HEADS
DADE SAFETY COUNCIL
WEDDINGS
BmTHS
Pfc. and Mrs. Murray Dacks
left last week for Houston. Texas,
where Private Dacks is stationed
with the U. S. army military
police. The couple were married
April 22 in Miami Beach. Mrs.
Dacks, the former Phyllis Green-
berg, is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Grecnbcrg. 715 N. E.
74th St., and her husband is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dacks,
731 N. W. 28th St. The couple
both attended the University of
Miami.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Max Kupferstein, accom-
panied by Mrs. J. Falkenstein,
left Tuesday for New York,
where they will spend several
weeks.
Mrs. George L. Newman and
daughter, Mrs. Edward A. Targ,
of New York, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Myron Newman, were called
to Chicago to await the arrival
of Mrs. Targ's husband, Captain
Edward A. Targ from Hawaii.
They expect to return to Miami
to attend the Ncwman-Galdstone
wedding in June.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stuzin an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Judith Diane, May 5, at St.
Francis hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Halpcrin
announce the birth of their
daughter Marleen at Victoria
Hospital Friday, May 4. The fa-
ther is in the U. S. Naval Re-
serve stationed at San Francisco.
The mother is the former Helen
Mintzor and resides with her par-
ents Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer,
1843 S. W. 9th St.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk an-
nounce the birth of a son last
Friday at St. Francis hospital.
Mr. Turk is president of Sholcm
Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
TALMUD STUDY GROUP
TO CELEBRATE A SIYUM
The Talmud Study Group of
the Congregation Beth Jacob will
celebrate a Siyum marking the
close of a season's study of the
Tulmudic Tract Chulin.
The close of the period of study
will be celebrated with a colla-
tion and song. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff, teacher of this adult
j course, will present a Hadran.
There will also be brief messages.
The event is to take place this
Tuesday, May 15, at 8 p. m. at
the Beth Jacob Synagogue, 301
Washington Ave. Sam Schachno
is chairman of the arrangements
committee.
The public is invited.
Listen to our radio program
"Fashion Time" over WIOD
each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45
A. M.
Personalized
Bracelet for
Mother's Day
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With appointment of Thomas
A Gunn, safety engineer, as man-
ager of the Dade County Safety
Council and establishment of per-
manent officers t Central school
275 N. W. Second St., a year
around program ,*'?,,*":
duce the county's high *****
rate was put into operation this
week
Taking over the new position
Gunn, who has been in charge of
the Army Air Forces safety pro-
gram at Miami Beach for the past
Ve"If' the Army in the midst of
fighting a war considers safety oi
such importance that it has its
own safety branch surely we
civilians should take an equal
view of its importance. That we
are not doing so is shown by the
unfavorable accident record here.
"Greater Miami has its own
special problems, such as tour-
ists and lack of sidewalks, but
these and other problems can be
overcome through the program
now being set up. Accident rates
have been greatly reduced in
other cities, and we can accom-
plish the same thing when all oi
us are made aware of the prob-
lems and give our active coopera-
tion."
As field engineer and organizer
for seven years with the National
Safety Council. Gunn has special-
ized in reducing high accident
records and in setting up pro-
grams similar to the one starting
Monday. He has helped establish
safety councils in Newark. N. J.,
Wilmington, Del.. New York City
and other cities along the eastern
seaboard.
PHILIP CHASIN TALKS
TO B'NAI B'RITH LODGE
Philip Chasin addressed a ga-
thering of 200 men and women at
the monthly meeting of Sholcm
Lodge, B'nai B'rith last Tuesday.
He spoke on the value of B'nai
B'rith membership, following
which a dramatic presentation of
the work of the Anti-Defamation
League and the American Jew-
ish Committee was presented,
through the voice of Qucntin
Reynolds by way of recording.
Mr. Chasin is executive director
of the Joint Defense Appeal of
the American Jewish Committee
and ADL and is here for a brief
visit.
A QUESTION ON
"LAG B'OMER"
Question: What is the origin of
the festiv?l called "Lag B omer
(occuring this year on Tuesday,
May D?
Answer: "Lag B'omer" literally
translated means the 33rd day of
the Omer (i.e. Sefirah). One of
the reasons for the required ab-
stinence from joyous festivities
during the period between the
Passover Holiday and the Feast
of Weeks (Shevuoth) was the ter-
rible slaughter that befell the stu-
dents of Rabbi Akiba during that
season at the hands of the Rom-
ans. In accordance with certain
historians the number of days of
slaughter, although dispersed,
total thirty-two. Some writers
contend that they were the first
thirty two days after the first day
of Passover. To the latter group
the thirty-third day of the count
would be the actual day in which
all the murders were stopped. To
the former group it would be
merely symbolic of the fact that
there were but thirty-two days
of actual slaughter. For either or
both of these calculations the
thirty-third day itself was de-
creed as a day of rejoicing. Some
have even declared this day as
the Jewish "Arbor Day" probably
because of the season in which
it occurs. There is even another
reason given for rejoicing on this
day. The 18th of Iyar, which is
the Hebrew Calendar date for
"Lag B'omer" is the anniversary
of the death of Rabbi Simeon Ben
Yochai. It is related that this
great and saintly scholar learned
that the Roman Emperor had
ordered his death. Consequently
he fled to a cellar in which he
dwelt for 12 years until the Em-
peror died and the order was au-
tomatically relinquished. Later
on, he died a normal death. The
fact that he later did die a na-
tural death instead of the horrible
fate ordained for him by the Em-
peror was regarded as a mira-
culous event of special signifi-
cance and thus the day of his
death was made a day of gaiety
and frolic to celebrate the victory
of the scholar over the tyrant.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
Ted Sakowitz has been chosej
to lead the newly-formed Em^l
Club of the Miami "Y."
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Ktaghoss*2 to
Keive degree
J^ffi ??
fa*>Mhmreceived a bid to
I"18". 0,mm" Phi. honorary Jour-
iTbeta M .,nd W8s inducted
PMSteWt week. She to a
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rud,v School of Journalism and
feivc he master1, degree
E, September.___________
IffiMS CHAPTER HOLDS
BSwn? rite
'/'.uJcDav at a social to be
^MondVy at the home of Mr.
rflfa Morton Russack. 903
K, 46th St.. Miami Beach, be-
fedy3skiTamnd a "pleasant
LJ^e" are on the agenda for
jte evening- __________
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[lOlWV MONDAY
Di Maurice Klein, commander
i ti,e Freda Markowitz Post,
wish War Veterans, will ad-
ress a joint meeting of men and
foraen's auxiliary Monday eve-
Le at Beth David.
Mrs. Ida Mae LeVine, auxiliary
Esident, urges all members to
MEETINGS ARRANGED
FOR HAROLD B. SPAET
A series of gatherings have
been arranged by prominent Mi-
ami Beach residents on behalf of
the candidacy of Harold B. Spaet.
Spaet has qualified as a candi-
date for the Miami Beach City
Council, with the election set for
June 5. He will address these
gatherings and tell his many
friends of his plans as council-
man for Miami Beach.
"It is my belief," he stated,
"that serving Miami Beach as a
councilman is a 12-month job. It
requires study, patience, and
plenty of hard work. I am pre-
pared to serve."
He was appointed associate
municipal court judge in 1944 and
is a member of the law firm of
Nathanson, Oka and Spaet.
CHILDREN'S HOME
OFFICERS INSTALLED
A meeting of the newly in-
stalled officers and board mem-
bers of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the National Home for
Jewish Children-Denver will be
held Tuesday, May 15, at 1 p. m.,
at the home of the president,
Mrs. Irving Miller 520 S. W. 26th
Road. Discussions will be held on
the plans for the summer.
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Lifting of the ban Wed-
nesday on "animal racing"
brings dog racing back to
Miami for at least 15 days.
The Biscayne Kennel club
announced that it will open
next Tuesday night.
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tary of State Stetinius expressing
the hope that Jewish rights with
regard to Palestine will not be
overlooked in any formula which
the security conference will adopt
in connection with the projected
system for international trustee-
ships for mandated areas.
At a press conference, Henry
Monsky revealed that the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference represent-
atives are carefully studying the
British, American and other
drafts on trusteeship plans and,
within a few days, will make
public their observations on the
subject. Meanwhile, he said, the
American Jewish Conference, in
its letter to Mr. Stettinius, has
advanced the following demands:
1. "Any plan for international
trusteeships in succession to the
existing mandate system of the
League of Nations should be suf-
ficiently flexible and broad in
scope to permit within its frame-
work the solution of the Pales-
tine problem in accordance with
the underlying intent and pur-
pose of the Balfour Declaration
and the Palestine mandate.
2. "Nothing shall be included
which would be inconsistent with
or prejudicial to the special rights
of the Jewish people under the
Balfour Declaration and the Pal-
estine Mandate, and all such
rights should be expressly re-
served and safeguarded."
The representatives of the
American Jewish Conference also
requested that Mr. Stettinius ar-
range a meeting for them with
the members of the American
delegation so that they may dis-
cuss this problem.
CONSTITUTION OF
COUNCIL REVISED
The constitution of the Hillel
Advisory Council was revised and
ratified at a meeting of the group
last week.
The changes include the revi-
sion of the structure of the coun-
cil and the formulation of new
regulations for its composition.
Seventeen members will com-
prise the council, five to elected
by Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith,
three by the B'nai B'rith women,
and nine by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Starting Jan-
uary 1, 1946, a certain number
will be elected for a period of 3,
2 and 1 year terms and tenure
now will expire as of that time.
At a meeting Tuesday after-
noon, the B'nai B'rith auxiliary
chose Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs.
Dorothy Borenstein and Mrs. Ida
Optner as its representatives to
the council.
Sholem Lodge elected Louis
Heiman, Dr. Herman Meyer, Sam
B. Miller, Rabbi Saul B. Appel-
baum and Harold Turk as its
delegates to the council. Vac-
ancies created by one reason or
another will be filled by each
organization.
Purpose of the organization as
stated will be to aid and assist in
an advisory capacity the HUlei
director, the Hillel foundation at
the University of Miami, and to
bring about a close relationship
between the Greater Miami Com-
munity and such Hillel founda-
tions. ____________
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MRS ABE SILBER
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Mrs. Abe Silber, 31, died in
Tampa, Wednesday morning, Mrs.
Silber, the former Mildred Hirsch,
was born in Bradley Beach, N. J.
and came to Miami ten years ago.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Silber
leaves a three-week old baby son.
The Rose Chapter of the B'nai
B'rith Young Women held their
formal installation at the home
of Mrs. Carl Weinkle, the organ-
ization's sponsor, on Monday,
May 7. Guest speakers included
Mrs. Sam Silver, who served as
installing officer.
Mrs. Silver presented the chap-
ter with a table size American
flag in a metal base. Miss Ruth
Sherman, the ngwly installed
president, gave a short speech ac-
cepting a blue and white ribboned
gavel from Mrs. Weinkle.
Poetry by Edna St. Vincent
Milay was recited by Miss Rosa-
lie Nepin and a number of pop-
ular tunes were sung by the
Misses Joan Kohen and Muriel
I'usUi. accompanied on the piano
by Miss Edith Schulman.
The newly elected committee
chairmen are Miss Beatrice Gins-
burgh, religious; Mrs. George
Hornick, social; Mrs. Jeffrey M.
Kaufman, community and war
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MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1945
IYAR 28, 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 19
DOUBLY SIGNIFICANT
Jjhabuoth has a double meaning in Jewish history. It is a
festival of the harvest, and it is also a remembrance for the
giving of the Law. This year, the holiday takes on added
significance. It comes at a time when news of our complete
victory over the Nazis reaches us.
If ever a day deserved to be a holiday, such a dayde-
lieverance from the foulest blot on the history of humanity
deserves to be a holiday.
The holiday near which V-E day falls well deserves the
honor that is accorded to it. As has been said, it is the day of
remembrance for the giving of the Law.
The Lawit is that which Hitler and the Nazis set them-
selves to overthrow. They would give us a new law instead
the Law of Might to replace the law of Right. The courts were
made a mockery, the most elementary of human rights were
scornedmurder and slavery were exalted. Humanity was
threatened not only with a loss of all that it had achieved in
ethical development since the giving of the Law on Sinai, but
with a retrogression to a code that must have been deemed
brutal in the Stone Age. The very beasts, whom we call brutes,
would not deign to live by such a code.
It would seem that so monstrous a doctrine would by its
very absurdity suffer immediate collapsebut a mighty army
was ready to foist it on the throats of a whole worldand in all
the lands, there were vicious elements ready to accept its
contagion.
It is from this plague that we have been delivered. No
greater plague ever befell humanity. Today, from Sinai to
Philadelphia and San Franciscolet all men rejoice. Let the
trumpets blow. With the psalmist let us repeat: "This is the Day
which the Lord made, let us rejoice and be glad on it."
BIG FOUR POLICY
IS BEING WELDED
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
possibility of exercising influence
on Palestine's fate.
Other important differences be-
tween the U. S. and British rec-
ommendations are also attracting
the attention of Jewish Agency
experts. Under the U. S. plan a
trustee administering a mandated
territory would have to submit
an annual report to the General
Assembly, while under the Brit-
ish plan the trustee would render
annual reports only to the Eco-
nomic and Social Council of the
international machinery and only
on questions concerning the eco-
nomic and social advancement of
the inhabitants. In the case of
Palestine this would mean that
Britain as trustee would be under
no obligation to render any re-
port on political affairs and prob-
lems of the country.
The American plan on trustee-
ship is also preferred by Jewish
Agency leaders because it con-
tains a provision that petitions
can be submitted by interested
parties to the General Assembly
or the trusteeship council. No
such provision is contained in the
British plan. The American plan
also empowers the General As-
sembly and the trusteeship coun-
cil to institute investigations. The
British plan does not mention
the subject of investigations.
J^AY^MAY^
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SERVICEMEN CAN NOW HOME FOR AGED
OBTAIN KOSHER FOOD, OFFICIALLY OPENS
Observant Jewish servicemen The Jewish Home for the Aged
on all fighting fronts overseas
and in military camps through-
out this country can now receive
a regular supply of kosher food
on a weekly basis through the
Jewish Servicemen's Religious
Bureau, it was announced by
Rabbi Solomon Ort, director of
the bureau.
The Jewish Servicemen's Re-
ligious Bureau, which is a divi-
sion of the Agudath Israel Youth
Council of America, a national
orthodox Jewish youth organiza-
tion, has expanded its Kosher
Food Department to make possi-
ble the weekly shipment of pack-
ages throughout the world con-
taning substantial kosher food
items. The packages include kos-
her canned meats, canned fish,
cheese, etc.
This service is extended gratis
upon the direct request of any
servicemen who cannot reimburse
the expenses incurred.
Complete information can be
obtained by writing directly to
the Jewish Servicemen's Reli-
gious Bureau, 113 West 42nd St.,
New York 18. N. Y. The kosher
food department is only one of
the many services sponsored by
the Bureau to enable Jewish
servicemen to cope with their re-
ligious problems. Louis J. Sep-
timus is chairman of the bureau.
SHIPPING COMPANY
IS ESTABLISHED
Tel Aviv (JTA)The estab-
lishment of a Jewish shipping
company, capitalized at $2,000,-
000, was announced here by Bar-
Kochba Merfcwitz, head of the
Jewish Agency's maritime de-
partment. Merowitz said he is
leaving for London shortly to
negotiate with British shipping
circles and to secure their co-
operation.
The Arab newspaper Falastin
reports that a group of Arab cap-
italists at Jaffa have decided to
establish an Arab shipping com-
pany, which will also have a cap-
ital of $2,000,000. Its ships would
ply the Mediterranean using Jaf-
fa as a home port.
will officially open its doors June
15, Alfred B. Rosenstein, presi-
dent, announced this week. At a
meeting of board members Tues-
day evening arrangements were
completed and preparations made
to house the aged.
Last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Danziger entertained mem-
bers of the auxiliary in celebra-
tion of their 26th wedding an-
niversary, and in the evening
tendered a '"Victory" dinner in
the Garden Restaurant for mem-
bers of both boards.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the or-
ganization will present a Mo-
ther's Day program Sunday at
3 p. m. at the home. 335 S. W.
12th Ave. Mrs. Rebecca Levine
heads the arrangement commit-
tee, which consists of Mrs. Paul
Raff. Mrs. Morris Bear, Mrs.
Harry Danziger, Mrs. Fannie
Land. Mrs. Joe Zalis, Mrs. J. C.
Gould and Mrs. Lena Mason.
COMMISSARIAT FOR
JEWISH AFFAIRS ENDS
Sofia (JTA)The Ministry of
the Interior announced today the
abolishment of the Commissariat
for Jewish Affairs established by
the former pro-German regime.
Some of the functions of the com-
missariat, the announcement said,
will be assumed by the Jewish
consistory.
The establishment of a Jewish
anti-fascist organization here,
named after the noted Soviet
writer and war correspondent
Ilya Ehrenburg, was suggested to-
day after it was announced that
the national executive committee
jf the Fathcrhland Front has de-
cided to dissolve the national
minorities committee of the or-
ganization. The new organization,
its sponsors state, could assume
the duties of the Jewish section
of the Fatherland Front, but
would have no party affiliations.
JERUSALEM EX-MUFTI
NOW ON SWISS SOIL
London (JTA)The Ex-Muiti
of Jerusalem this week landed
on Swiss soil, near Berne, in a
German military plane, together
with members of his staff. Swiss
authorities immediately ordered
the plane back across the frontier.
Haj Amin El-Husseine, who or-
ganized the 1936-39 revolt in Pal-
estine, was reported last week
attempting to find asylum in
Yugoslavia. Early in April reports
were current that he was at-
tempting to reach safety at
Mecca.
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KAPPELL TO BE HEARD
OVER NBC NETWORK
William Kapell, brilliant young
concert pianist, nephew of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson. will be heard
over the NBC network, this Sun-
day afternoon, 5 p. m. Dr. Frank
Black conducting. This will mark
the 58th concert this youthful and
highly gifted young pianist has
given this season.
Recently he was signed by the
RCA. Vistor for recordings. He
promised his uncle. Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, that he'll give a concert
in Miami Beach next season, for
i nefit of the Jewish National
Fund.
MOTHER'S DAY PARTY
BY CIRCLE CLUB
Women's Club of the Work-
men's Circle, Branch 692 are ar-
ranging a Mother's Day "Get To-
gether" party, Sunday 7 p. m. at
the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washing-
ton Ave. Members and friends
are invited to attend.
Mrs. G. Laufman of Chicago,
who is the newly-elected presi-
dent of the Women's Supreme
Council of B'nai B'rith, repre-
senting 60.000 women members
?, ,P'nai,1nth throughout the
U. S. and Canada.
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V-E AND MOTHER'S
DAY BY BETH DAVID
A combined V-E and Mothci
Day program will be presented
d r.uthe s^dents and parents of
Beth David Congregation by
members of Mrs. Patricia Ball's
group and the Young Judea mem-
bership on Sunday morning at
10:30 am Members and friends
are invited.
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INTERNATIONAL .
Flash! ... The San Francisco Conference o
Nations is expected to make a pronouncement on th t8*
guestion ... It will express itself in favor of a bill ( v^
rights originally proposed by the American Jewish r ^
... The Conference will refrain from any stateme f1*
Jewish commonwealth in Palestine While manv D ""I
correspondents were still cooling their heels, Gersh ?*'''
sky, publisher of the Palestine Post, who is now in this1 B"
received a priority for his plane trip to San Francisco wh^'
is covering the Conference Why bandmaster ArtV% \
felt impelled to compose a national anthem for Saudi k w\
remains a mystery to us Surely Artie knows that Ibn ^\
ruler of that country, is one of the virulent exponents nf I
Jewish policy in the Near East The little Republic of H
duras has just passed a law which disqualifies all foreianwl
persons who have lived in the country less than forty v
from doing business there ... If enforced, that law will aH
matically strangle economically all refugees in Honduras
Winchell confides that he has heard that German civilians no'
try to convince their Allied captors that they are really aj
Nazi by claiming to have Jewish relatives.
YOU SHOULD KNOW ..
Dr. Edward C. Lindeman, professor of Social Philosophy
at the New York School of Social Work, recently made a study I
of the Jewish problem ... He estimates that there are from
twelve to fifteen million Americans who could easily h>
swayed to participate in a program of violent anti-Semitism
. The trial of the case of the young Jew Anmuth, who was
beaten up by Philadelphia policemen last year, has been post-
poned again, because Judge Bluett disqualified himself on a I
technicality Orchids to Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg of the
Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto, Canada, for his courageous
stand on the separation of church and state The question
has become an issue because of the introduction of religion
instruction in the public schools.
FINANCIAL REPORT ...
We have received for the Sergeant Meyer Levin MemorialI
Fund a total of S20 Our thanks to H. J. Ehrens, Miami,
Fla., S5; Tilda Schoor, Miami, Fla., $5; Maurice A. Bergman,!
New York City, $5; Joseph Brainin, New York City, S4; Joseph!
Morrison, Detroit, Mich., SI.
NEWS BITS ...
The fifteenth anniversary celebration of the Jewish People's J
Fraternal Order of the International Workers' Order will take
place at Madison Square Garden on May 26 ... On that oc[
casion the Order will present to Mrs. Judith Epstein, president!
of Hadassah, a check for S50.000 for the Hadassah hospital inl
Jerusalem Congratulations to Ykuf, the Jewish culture or-[
ganization, for its memorial publication on the occasion of the!
30th anniversary of the death of J. L. Peretz Bernard G,|
Richards scores a scoop in the April 27 issue of the Congress
Weekly, where he reveals the atrocity record of the Palestine-
born German Karl Eichman Eichman acted as executive |
agent of the grand mufti in Germany.
READER'S GUIDE .
Shalom Asch has just completed a booklet entitled "Epistle I
to Christians" It's a J'Accuse directed against those who
poison Christians against Jews by branding us as "Christ-1
killers" "Great Negro Americans" by Ben Richardson,
coming out this month, should be read by all who are con-1
cerned about interracial good will in this country The radio
script "The Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto," to which the Writers'
War Board awarded a special citation, may be made into a
movie Martin Panzer's "Get a Kick Out of Living" will be
published on May 23 Martin, who is one of the executives
of the United Palestine Appeal, is also the author of "It's Your j
Future," now in its fifth edition.
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, just recovered from a bad cold, was
the most surrounded personality at the recent reception give"
by the acting Consul General of the USSR in New York
The next day, against his physician's orders, he left for San
Francisco One of the Soviet officials said, when he was
introduced to Dr. Wise: "I've heard of you ... You are the
Jewish Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin all in one" A""*15'
sador Lawrence Steinhardt, who will be the first American en-
voy to liberated Czechoslovakia, is now on his way to Pro?"
. Lehman Brothers recently purchased a sizable bloc*
20th Century-Fox stock Mrs. Gabriel Hamburger has been
suggested as the second most-beloved Jewish woman in Arne-
ica The collection of documents on famous women,,he
Connecticut College is instituting will include the papers ol tn
late Belle Moskowitz, who so ably advised Al Smith in his P"0-
lie career.
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du y in the service, has opened
his offices for the practice of
dentistry at 2 9th St., Miami
Beach, phone 58-205b.
beaciTdemocrats
to sponsor rally
The Miami Beach Democratic
Association will sponsor the first
of a series of political rallies on
Mav 24. Max R. Singer is execu-
tive secretary, and permanent
clubrooms have been established
at 512 Washington Ave.
MYER^TO RETURN
FROM N. Y. MEETING
Stanley C. Myers, honorary
president of the Miami Federa-
tion, has returned to the city
this week after having attend-
ed a meeting in New York of the
National Allotment Committee of
the United Jewish Appeal, of
which he is a member.
Some three million dollars of
1944 campaign funds were to be
allotted at this meeting.
BETH JACOB TO
INSTALL THIS SUNDAY
Installation of the newly elect-
ed officers and board of directors
of Congregation Beth Jacob will
take place Sunday night. May
13, at 8 o'clock in the Community
building, 311 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Officers to be installed are:
David Goldstein, president; Harry
Wasserman, 1st vice president;
William Mechlowitz, 2nd vice
president; Marcie Liberman,
treasurer and Martin Genet, sec-
retary.
Following trie ceremony, the
Sisterhood will sponsor a surprise
package party where the admis-
sion for ladies is a package and
men will be admitted free. The
packages will then be auctioned
with Dr. H. L. Mechlowitz acting
as auctioneer. A program of fun
and surprises, including enter-
tainment and refreshments will
be presented. A gala evening is in
store for all who attend.
Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Sisterhood
present, is in charge of arrange-
ments and serving on her com-
mittee are: Mrs. Samuel M.
Grundwerg, Mrs. Harry Genet,
Mrs. Joseph Brenner, Mrs. Anne
Berow, Mrs. Sam Schachno, Mrs.
Lillian Q. Mills, Mrs. Harry Zeil-
inger, Mrs. A. J. Safra, Mrs. Wil-
liam Mechlowitz and Mrs. Rose
Weiss.
Mrs. Harry Genet and Mrs.
Paulina Chill are in charge of re-
freshments.
POWELL SEEKS TO
KEEP COUNCIL SEAT
D. Lee Powell, realtor, an-
nounced this week he would be
a candidate for re-election to the
Miami Beach city council, June 5.
Powell was appointed to the
council in July, 1942, to fill the
post left vacant when Baron de
Hirsch Meyer resigned to enter
the armed services. He was elect-
ed to a full term in 1943.
Interested in efficient munici-
pal government operation, Pow-
ell, after taking office, took the
lead in negotiations resulting in
the city's receiving a franchise
tax from the Miami Beach Rail-
way Co. to compensate for wear
on city streets.
A former vice-president and di-
rector of the Miami Beach Board
of Realtors, Powell has participat-
ed in real estate and home build-
ing business in Miami Beach for
22 years.
wiM be acrompantecl on the piano
by Henry Gregor, University of
Miami faculty members.
Since 1919 the renowned 'cellist
has served at his present post
with the Boston symphony.
Alterations Maintenance
Carpentry
Present or Future Jobbing
Please write, 2539 S. Bay-
shore Dr., Ph. 4-5408
Before 6:30 p. m., Cortright
MIAMI ZIONIST DIST.
PLANS DINNER-DANCE
The Miami Zionist District has
announced a gala dinner dance
for June 4 at Lilley's Restaurant,
Biscayne Blvd.
Harry Gordon and Jerome
Weinkle are serving as co-chair-
men of the affair and have an-
nounced that local night club en-
tertainment will be presented as
part of the evening's festivities.
The affair is being staged to
raise funds for the National
Emergency Fund of the Zionist's
San Francisco World Conference
activity.
Reservations are now being so-
licited and may be made by call-
ing Mrs. Schwartz, 2-1864 or Mr.
Weinkle, 3-0601.
BEDETTI GUEST AT U.
OF M. SUNDAY
MRS. WEINSTEIN TO
REVIEW FOR A.J.C.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will re-
view Edmund Stevens' "Russia
Is No Riddle" for the Women's
Division of the American Jewish
Congress this afternoon, 1:30 p.
m. at the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center.
This book has been recom-
mended by the Book of the Month
Club and former Ambassador
Joseph E. Davies "as a fine piece
of objective reporting."
Jean Bedetti will be the guest
artist presented by the University
of Miami Sunday afternoon, May
13, at Miami Senior High school
at 4:30.
The famed first violincelist of
the Boston Symphony orchestra
AMERICAN DAY MAY 12
Citizens in the Greater Miami
area will be given an oportunity
to celebrate "I Am An American
Day" at the Bayfront Park on
Saturday, May 12, the committee
in charge announced.
The felebration is in line with
the proclamation issued by Pres-
ident Truman designating May 20
as a day of celebration honoring
newly naturalized citizens and
native-born citizens who have
reached their majority.
MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
At a meeting of the Miami
Service League held April 30 at
the "Y," the following officers
were unanimously elected for the
coming year. Honorary president,
Ann Koven; president, Sylvia
Chertkof; first vice president,
Molly Kauffmann; second vice
president, Dorothy R. Kaplan;
secretary, Frieda Levine; corre-
sponding secretary, Juliet Stone;
treasurer, Faye Weintraub. The
board members are: Jean Silver-
man, Rose Ginsberg, Ruth Ho-
hauser, Sari Furman, Ann Past-
roff, Ann Shier, Martha Miller,
Helen Bloom, Lil Friedman, Jen-
nie Levinson, Hannah Scher, Mil-
dred Weissel, Sadye Weinberg,
Lil Rosengarten, Ada Green, Ger-
trude Michaels and Bess Abra-
ham.
The nominating committee con-
sisted of Mesdames Helen Bloom,
Rose Ginsberg, Lil Friedman and
Dorothy R. Kaplan.
In charge of the meeting was
Mrs. Murray Koven.
Plans are being made by the
organization for an installation
luncheon to be held late in May
or early in June. Final prepara-
tions will be made at the next
meeting of the group on Monday,
May 14. Members and their
friends are invited.
All Makes
WASHING MACHINES
REPAIRED
New. whit.-r wringer rolls. Also buy
ami mi washing machines.
. SQUARE DEAL SERVICE
H98 .N. \v. 7th Ave. Phone 3-7583
ELECT
H. L. (Pat)
PERDUE
Over 4 Years a
Miami Beach Police Officer
YOUR CITY
COUNCILMAN
Pd. Pol. Adv.
EUROPE LIBERATION
NOT LIBERATED JEWS
The liberation of Europe has
not liberated Europe's Jews, Ralj>
bi Arthur J. Lelyveld of New
York, executive director of the
Committee on Unity for Palestine
of the Zionist Organization of
America, declared while visiting
here this year.
This, he added, makes it neces-
sary that Palestine be opened
now for large-scale Jewish im-
migration.
Rabbi Lelyveld is visiting Mi-
ami on behalf of his committee
and addressed a series of confer-
ences and parlor meetings of local
Jewish leaders.
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MjGUST BROS RYr
'X Is the BEST'
"The People's Champion"
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
Pd. Pol. Adv.
VOTE FOR
Harold B. Spaet
CANDIDATE FOR
MIAMI BEACH
CITY COUNCIL
Home Owner Practicing Attorney
Former Associate Municipal Judge
Pd. Pol. AdT.
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OPA GAS PANEL ASKS
REQUESTS BY MAIL
The Office of Price Administra-
tion, on behalf of its gasoline
panel, announced that renewals
of supplemental gas may be made
as much as 14 days prior to the
expiration date of present gas al-
lotment.
By filing applications this far
in advance, local ration boards
will be given sufficient time to
check and process applications
and forward gas coupons to sup-
plemental users without the
hardship of users running out of
Kas- .
Making application by mail
will simplify and expedite neces-
sary clerical work, gasoline panel
officials stated, and at the same
time save Dade countians many
hours of waiting in line. Be sure
to sign applications and accom-
pany it with mileage rationing
record.
Complaints to the panel should
also be made by mail, and there-
by will be immediately directed
to the proper officials for prompt
attention. Errors in making out
application blanks, ascertained
when supplemental gas is re- |
ceived by the applicant, may be
adjusted by furnishing correct or
additional information. Gas panel
officials stated they desired to
cooperate with each individual in
the rationing of gas, and are hap-
py to confer with anyone who
feels his application has not been
fairly treated.
MAURICE KLEIN IS
SERVING ELKS LODGE
Dr. Maurice Klein, candidate
for the city council of Miami
: Beach is now serving as chairman
'of the Elks Americanism Com-
mittee, and commander of the
Miami Beach American Legion,
jln this capacity he has served
'both organizations as a clearing
'house for returning veteran.- re-
habilitation problems.
"We serve in this locality not
only our home town boys but
transients from all over the coun-
try who come here for various
reasons," Dr. Klein stated. "They
must be given assistance in va-
rious channels of service and I
feel happy that I am able lo
I serve. My past experience as a
I veteran has given me an excellent
background for this kind of
work."
During the past emergency, Dr.
Klein served as chief a' raid
warden of Miami Beach, and now
also heads the Jewish War Vet-
erans, Freda Markowitz Post as
commander.
Buy More War Bonds.
Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
The boys from Boca Raton and
Morrison Field were entertained
at a picnic Sunday, April 29 at
Dubois Camp. Jupiter. Among
those attending were Mr. and
Mrs. Blumberg, Lou and Hanna-
belle Blumberg. Mrs. Drevitch,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Metz, Lillian
Metz. Cpl. Martin Pinca, Sylvia
Rotfeld, Doris Blitchcr, Muriel
Schutzer and Ethel Smith.
Ian activity party last Saturday
honoring their pledge mothers
[and the outstanding pledges of
the year. Esther Barash was
awarded the pledge cup for hav-
ing been the best pledge of the
year.
West Palm Beach A'rrny &
Navy Committee in cooperation
with B'nai B"rith arranged for
transportation of girls and re-
freshments for the boys of Boca
Raton after Friday night services.
Herman Held, son of Mrs. Pearl
Held, 729 Penn St., who recently
spent a short time with his family
here, has left for New London,
Conn., where he has entered Of-
ficers' School, U. S. Martime
Service, at Fort Trumbrill.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Inctz, |
636'a Datura, announce the birth
of a daughter, Rita, at Good
Samaritan hospital.
Delta Phi Epsilon pledges gave
First Lt. Leonard Dobrow, 440
El Vedado, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Ike Dobrow, was among anti-
tank men of the 22nd Infantry
Regiment of the 7th Army which
drove across the Rhine and pur-
sued the Germans 65 miles east i
of the river before they met any
organized resistance. He wears i
the Presidential Citation ribbon j
for the break-through at St. Lo, I
France and his division was the
first to fight on German soil in
this war and the first to breach
the Siegfried line.
Lt. Dobrow has two brothers
in the service. Pvt. William Do- I
brow, of Signal Corps, husband i
of Mrs. Lillian Dobrow of 440
El Vedado, who entered the serv- j
ice last April and has been in the
Philippine Islands for the past six
months; and Pfc. Morton Dobrow,
Medical Corps, Italy. Both Lt.
Dobrow and Pvt. Morton Dobrow
entered the service in 1942.
FACTS ON FURS
By S. I. DESTRO
Miami Furriers, Inc.
In this week's issue I would
like to acquaint you with a lew
of the TRADE PRACTICE
RULES FOR FUR INDUSTRY.
Rule 1. MISREPRESENTA-
TION OF PRODUCTS:
It is an unfair trade practice
to use. in advertisements or on
labels, tags, brands or otherwise
anv description, or representation
of any fur which deceptively con-
ceals'the true name or nature of
the fur with the tendency and
capacity or effect of misleading or
deceiving, prospective purchasers,
or the consuming public.
Rule 2. FICTIOUS ANIMAL
DESIGNATION:
It is an unfair trade practice to
use, falsely or deceptively in
advertisements, labels, tags,
brands or other representations of
furs, any trade name, coined
name, or other name or words de-
scriptive of the fur as being the
fur of an animal which is in fact
non-existent
Rule 3. MISUSE OF THE
WORD GENUINE:
It is an unfair trade practise
to use the word "genuine" to de-
scribe a fur which has been pro-
cessed or dyed to imitate the fur
of an animal known by another
name in commerce and in zoo-
| logy.
For example, the following |
I should not be used:
GENUINE MINK MARMOT
GENUINE NORTHERN SEAL
Rule 4. PASSING OFF DO-
MESTIC FURS AS IMPORTED.
FURS:
Selling, or offering for sale, ad-,
vertising. describing, branding,1
labeling, or otherwise represent-
ing any fur or fur product as im-
ported, when such is not the fact,
is an unfair trade practice.
NOTE. In order properly to de-
scribe a fur, the correct name of
the fur must be the last word of
the description, and if any of the
fur must be the last word of the
description, and if any dye or
blend is used simulating another
fur, the word "dyed" or blended
must be inserted between the
name signifying the fur that is
simulated and the true name of
the fur. as, for example, "Seal
Dyed Muskrat. For further de-
tails call Miami Furriers.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS IIKItKHY GIVEN that
Hi,- underaiffned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Swafford Auto Parta at 1288 N. W.
il-nd SI., .Miami, Florida, intends to
reglBter said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florida. HI,KS,.m.:l, swafford
Sole Owner
MELTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant.
5 ll-lg-85 1/1-8
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE li hereby given that the
partnership lately subsisting between
the undersigned CKI.IA SKOAL, and
UtviNt! F1EN, carrying on the busi-
ness m the klamjnuo coffee
COMPANY :i t 112 N. K. Twelfth
Street, Miami, Florida. Dade County,
was ,.n the twenty-eighth day of April.
1945 dissolved by mutual consent, and
that the business In future will be
carried on by CEL1A SKOAL, alone,
who will pay and discharge all debts
and liabilities and receive all moneys
payable to 'lie said late firm.
IRVING FIEN
CKI.IA BEOAIi
SILVER, KAPLAN A D1ETZ
Attorneys
5 l-ll
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of J & M Equipment Co. (not Inc.)
successors to K J Equipment Co.
tnol Inc.) at 918 N. Miami Avenue
Intend lo register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
MolSKIS l'ONCHKK
JOSEPH WEINBERQ
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
:. 11-18-23 ii/i-S
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
Key West Notes
Residents of Key West partici-
pated in a memorial service to
the late Franklin D. Roosevelt
April 15 in Bay View Park.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17 157Acts of 1985
File A 8(72
NOTICE IS IIKItKHY GIVEN that
Mi n i- Vlperl holder "f city of Mi-
ami Bench Tax Certificate No. 65 Is-
sued the 4th day of July, A.D. 1938.
I.as filed same In my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty In the County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wlt:
I."! 12, Blk. 1. Palm Island. Record-
e.l I'lat Ilk. ;. 1" .VI. Pub. Rec. Dade
Co. Fla ::i the City of Miami Beach,
Count] ol Dnde, Stale of Florida.
The issi tsment <>f said property
under the said certificate was in the
name L'nless said certificate shall be rc-
deemed according t< law, the property
described therein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the monHi
of .Mine, 1945, which Is the 4th day of
June, 1945
Dated this 2nd day of May. 1915.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
1 lade County, Florida.
I Circuit Court Seal)
By L. M. JOHNSON. D. C.
5/4-11-18-25
Berman Weinbraub, one of
Key West's oldest merchants, died j
at his home. 700 Elizabeth St..
Funeral services were conducted
with Rev. L. Lehrer officiating.
"The People's Champion"
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
I'd. Pol. Adv.
FRIDAY, MAY 11,
.,NOTICE IS FlEUKiTrr^:-------'
he undersigned, delrln/?" that
in business under the fS5iJ *2
SLsPHPS D?pARTMENTl^B!
d3.,4-5t> Douglas Road ,' *10RE at
"tends to register ,',,*'*' Horii
Clerk of the Circuit ."* *Kaui
County. Florida "" Con of Kg
MYERS A HELM \N ''^M-
Attorneys
4/27 6/4-11-18-23
NOT'CE T^^^oT
NOTICE S'heREBv*8
JESSIE l. ZLCK i 1..V, VEN' "at
sUjiiee of city uf MkiSiTS a M
float** Numbered 4 ,7 &5 CS.
42OT. 4203, 4204. V iV?1'. .
Kated,nth.e 7tn ">' of June*/",* 7
has filed said Krtlflcate. t U ls
flee, and has made ., ",>,,">>'ON
tax deed to issue theri-o VaUon '<
kt 15, Block 8 n
HelKhu. in the City of M?"? r Vlew
of Dade, State of KloVlda"'Count,
braced in Certificate No 41S im'
assessment of said pr.Lr.l Th
the said Certificate Iss'uTwa, iffT
of Unknown. a" '" 'he
name.
Lot
16,
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla.
A serviceman's Passover Seder,
sponsored by the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board, was held at
Key West Congregation March
28. Among those participating
were Lazarus Lehrer, rabbi of the
Congregation, and Benjamin
Lambert, director of the USO
Jewish Welfare Board.
MENI
Want To Grow Hair?
Phone for Appointment
Miss Hartley
3-4851
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WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
AMBULANCE SERVICE
MIZZELL SIMON
MORTUARY
413 Hibiscus Street
Phone 8121
West Palm Beach, Fla.
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Washington (JTA) Sumner!
Welles, former Under-Secretaiy
of State, has branded as an "out-
rageous falsification" a story ap-
pearing in the newspaper "El
Panama America," in Panama
City, which quoted him as hav-
ing stated that the natural re-
sources of Latin-America must be
freed from the control of "foreign I
Jews."
Stockholm (JTA)The perse-
cution of the Danish Jews by the
Germans became a signal for
thousands of persons to actively
participate in the resistance
movement. Prof. Mogens Fogh
Minister for Special Affairs in
the Danish Government, said in
one of the first broadcasts on the
liberated Danish radio.
'In an earlier broadcast, S. B
Jensen, director of the Danish
state radio, reviewing radio ac-
tivities under the occupation, said
that one of the first steps of the
Uermans was to remove all Jew-
ish employees and to ban the
works of Jewish authors and
I composers He said that he was
^neKncd Wlth a court martial
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MAC'S NURSERY
Phone 7-0060
Block 8, Oraan
Heghts. In the City of Mami r-Vlew
of Dade. Stnte of Florida TivJ0UM>P
in Certificate No. HBf Th^ ."*
meat of said property under ,"***
Cr.VfLca,e l88ued the si*
of Unknown. ,ne nme
Lot 17, Block 8, Ocean m
Heights, In the City of MKmi rVlew
of bade, State of 9lff'l&S
I.raced in Certificate N r i '-LCm"
sessment of said nroiicrtv ,,'i ."
said Certificate iisJio *was *ta S*
name of Unknown. s ln the
braced in Certificate No mm tT"
assessment of said tironertv"\J*
he aid Oitlflente Issu.m "was in hi
name of Unknown. n lhe
Lot 19. Block 8, Ocean vi.-
BrifgtjL in the City of MtaSf Corns
of bade, state of Ploridi, asTm-
I.raced In Certificate No V-irt ttL
assessment of said moiwrlt ,,?!
the said CertlHcate J..TS In"
name of Unknown.
Ixt 20. Block 8, Ocean Vlw
"r"!^,8' L" ,he C1,v "' M^ml Coun"
of Dnde, State of Florida, a emlirS
In CerUflcate No. M Th S
RSSStii."? i"--;""-"*- under thTS
Inknown SUed Was in ,he mmt "'
HelKhts, in the City of Miami, Coun.tr
of Hade state of Plorlds, u em-
braced In Certificate No, 4206 The
assessment of said property under the
said Certificate issued was ln the
name of Unknown.
lfl. 2-1- ,nlo<-l< R. Ocean View
HelShtS, in the City of Miami. Counlr
of IJacle. State of Florida, as embraced
in Certificate No. 4207. The assess-
!Vp'!..,of sald Property under the said
1 ertiflcate issued was in the name of
I. nknown.
Unless said Certificates shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed
"ill issue thereon on the 31st day of
May, A. D. 1945.
T-,ate'' thin 2'.th day of April, A. D.
R. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court. Dade
_, County. Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
..... Ry I-. at. john-son'. d. C.
4/27 5/4-11-18-25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17457Acts of 1935
File A SS69
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Morrla Alpert holder of Slate and
County Tax Certificate No. 367 issued
the 2nd day of September. A.D, 1935,
has filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
be issue,1 thereon. Slid Certificate
embraces the following described
property In the County of Dade. State
of Florida, to-wlt:
I-ot 19. Blk. 8. Nautilus Addition.*
Subdn., I'lat Book S. Pane i:ii>, in the
County of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate w.is in the
name of ('has. A. Root,
Unless said certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty described therein will I"' sold I"
the highest bidder at the Court HolW
door on the first Monday In the month
of June. 1*45, which is th.- 4th day of
June. 1!I4.'>.
Dated this 2nd day of May. IMo.
e. b. Ebatherman,
Clerk of Circuit <;pu"'
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bv L. M. JOHNSON. D. C.
.V4-11-1R-23 '
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PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
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and Insured 35539
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Sour Stomach. "Morninc
After and Cold DUtrua?
If not. why not? r. ...,,t,
ipmmpt in "c,'un. effective.
Thirty ctnta and Slaty
cents.
NERVINE
pOR relief from Functional Ner-
voua Ijturbances auch as Slp-
IrssnMs, Crankiness. K>rithibt..
Narnea Ucadach* and N.rToua In-
diaestion Tsjitata iit and 75.
Liquid 25* and ll.oe. Read direc-
tiona and um only aa directed.
ANTI-PAIN PILL
Headsche, MascuUr Paina
or Functional Monthly
f''";-" for 12S
forll.t. Got th-m at your
drug store. Read directions
and m on|v jirmr,^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl>'
the underslened, deslrinK to '"K',*\
in business under the fictitious name
of Dade Construction Company M f
Calumet Building, Miami, Florida in-
tend to register said nams withiu
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>
County. Florida. ,. w..r,lU-p
MURRAY KASTOFF
WALTER A. Ilthnt
5/4-11-18-25 /l
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17457Acts of W
NOTICE IS^ERfinV OIVBMW.
John William Hood holder <>; .
and County Tax Certificate >-^D.
Issued the 3rd day of Auru". d
1936, has flld same 'n.m> ,. "deed
has made application '"''."..'".iflcate
to be issued thereon. Said l em d
embraces the followlnR s,ale
property In the County of vaai.
of Florida, to-wlt: .., Shops
Lot 12, Block 19. R""," r, tft
Addn., a Sub., Plat Book I, '*, f
In the County of Dade, W
Florida. .,,., nrpDirt'
The assessment of JJ"J"j, tM
under the said certifieste vias
name of (iarclous Martmeii'a re.
Unless said certificate aha* ,y
deemed according to law. 'J'J to the
described therein will be ,a goes*
highest bidder at the i.""he mootk
door on the first M.nda in tne ^ ,
of June. 1945, wtilch U th* ,u
June. 19*5. vj,v, Isff
Dated th,.E2nd da^o^, M,N,(
(Circuit Court ^.D JONSON. ft C
6/4-11-18-25
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PAGE SEVEN
^T^FTHEWEEK
4 March 1- 1945' the B,u"
*u J names of mor than
ffljj *SSTjU men in
^4 who haw recived ?*'
^n, and decoration.for valor
^2?ui 8aST". 78 Jew-
S who each have to their
!*& to" or more award, for
S2?to holding an aggregat.
y88fUdecorat,on,.
rOPYOFRELEASE
FOR MURRAY HAVELIN
., Hivelin 121 N. W. 3rd
AJWaSsidenT of Miami for the
<<\$wn years, received a copy
Sf rdease from the headquar-
1 of the Ninth Air Force con-
K his son Murray. Murray
? technician, fourth grade and
"A'een with the Ninth onCom-
KrBons for the past 2tt
fear The serviceman's brother-
S- and sister are Mr and
*s Jack P. Marash of Miami
. The release stated:
Headquarters Ninth Air Force
Can Theater of Operations
Public Relations Office
A Ninth Air Force Service
Command Base France. For
having established and maintain-
ed a superior record of service
and maintenance to signal equip-
ment of two depot areas, the sig-
nal company to which the follow-
ing Brooklyn men belong, has re-
ceived the army service forces
new unit award of the Merit-
orious Service Plaque:
Technician Fourth Henry P.
Connollv, 121 Bergen St.; Tech-
nician Fourth Murry A. Havelin,
1424 50th St.; Technician Fifth
Jules E. Covell, 12 Sydney Ave.;
Corporal Marvin Silk, 1380 East
loth St.: Pin ate First Class Mi-
chael Marano, 176 Richardson St.
The award, which includes an
individual sleeve patch in addi-
tion to a unit plaque, came as a
result of superiority in the field
of service and maintenance to
A-26 Invader and A-20 Havoc
twin-engined bombers. A part of
the gigantic supply program of
the Ninth Air Force Service Com-
mand, their signal supply com-
pany was cited for outstanding
performance over a period of
three months before their organ-
ration left England in Septem-
ber.
The citation read, "This organ-
ization has through its outstand-
ing devotion to duty and high
morale, willingly and cheerfully
accepted and carried out many
extremely difficult tasks. The su-
perior performance and untiring
effort upholds the highest tradi-
tions of the armed forces of the
United States."
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
O! The Jewish Weliare Board Help Ui Keep Record of Our Men in Service
r\ r\ r\ ^
H r* J*
SERVICE
PARADE!
Robert Zane, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Alpert, of Miami
Beach, enlisted in the Navy last
week.
SGT. MARVIN ROTH
KILLED IN ACTION
A telegram was received from
the War Department this week
notifying parents and relatives
that Sgt. Marvin Roth, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Roth, of Day-
tona, and nephew of Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Roth of Miami, was
killed in action in Germany on
April 25.
Outstanding fact concerning
the supreme sacrifice made by
Sgt. Roth occurred in March of
this year. The youth received an
appointment to the U. S. Naval
Academy through the recom-
mendation of Congressman Joe
Hendricks. As part of the Con-
gressional Record, > comments
made on March 19 on the floor
of the House by Congressman
Hendricks commended the un-
usual action of Sgt. Roth in re-
fusing the appointment. His letter
to the congressman said that de-
spite all he handicaps and diffi-
culties of action he was raring
to go. He felt it his duty to stick
with the boys at the front and
finish the job.
The boy had had four years of
ROTC training at military col-
leges. He had resigned his com-
mission as second lieutenant so
that he could become a private
in the paratroopers, where the
need was greater.
The last letter from the boy to
his parents stated that he was on
the way to Berchtesgarten. He
was attached to General Patton's
Seventh Army.
Word has been received that
h? Air Medal has been awarded
Flight Officer Jerry Levine now
stationed with the Troop Carrier
Command in India. He has been
overseas since March. Flight Of-
ficer Levine is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Levine. 311 N. E. 28th
h with whom his wife, Gloria,
and seven months old son, Bari,
reside.
Louis Schwarzkopf, former Mi-
ami Beach attorney, now in the
U. S. army in New Guinea, was
recently promoted to the rank of
captain, his family here has been
informed.
Capt. Schwarzkopf, before en-
tering the service nearly three
years ago, practiced law here. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Schwarzkopf of 646 W. 51st St.
With the 43rd Infantry (Wing-
ed Victory) Division on Luzon,
p IPrivate Marcus Cohen, son
of Mrs. Sam Cohen, 835 Tenth
St., Miami Beach, has been
awarded the Soldier's Medal
while at Aitape, New Guinea.
Miss Evelyn Irene Lippman has
learned that her fiancee, Pfc. Al-
bert I. Sterman, who is serving
with the 69th Division of the 1st
Army in Germany, was awarded
the Bronze Star on March 18 for
gallantry in action. Sterman is
credited with stopping the ad-
vance of four enemy soldiers
capturing one and injuring an-
otheralthough alone and un-
armed at the time.
Pfc. Sterman is a resident of
Brooklyn, N. Y. Miss Lippman
is connected with the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center
here.
A reunion between two Mi-
amians took place recently in
Mainz, Germany, when First Lt.
Sidney S. Wolfeld recognized the
voice of an old friend, Pfc. Sher-
wood T. Lavine coming from a
WOLFELD
LAVINE
photography darkroom of a house
in the suburb of that city. Soon
the pair were having their first
visit in four years.
Lt. Wolfeld, son of Mrs. Sylvia
Rosenthal Wolfeld, 518 S. W. 21st
Ave., is serving with the Third
Army Signal Corps and is a form-
er radio repairman. Lavine,
former musician here, is a mem-
ber of the 274th Regimental Band
of the Trailblazer Division (7th
Army). He is a son of Mrs. Olive
Miller Lavine, 1428 S. W. 1st St.
Both boys have been awarded
Bronze Stars, and Pfc. Lavine
is also the holder of the Combat
Infantryman's badge.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
ON PASSOVER
An Eighth Air Force Bomber
Station, England.Sgt. Samuel
Kardonsky, 25, of Miami Beach,
waist gunner on a B-17 Flying
Fortress, has been awarded an
Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air
Medal for "meritorious achieve-
ment" during eighth air force
bombing attacks on German mili-
tary and industrial targets.
The son of Mrs. Yetta M. Kard-
onsky, 814 Lenox Ave., Miami
Beach, Sgt. Kardonsky was a
waiter, employed at Club Bali,
before entering the AAF.
The Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee of the National
Jewish Welfare Board in a re-
port to the community covering
the recent Passover holidays has
revealed some interesting stat-
istics and facts which should
make every Miamian feel proud
of his Jewish community.
Early in March, careful plans
were made to provide Sedorim
for every Jewish serviceman and
woman in this area. These serv-
icemen's Sedarim were eventually
held at Temple Israel of Miami,
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
the Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Miami and a special
Seder at the Biltmore hospital.
In the week previous to Passover,
the Beth David Congregation ex-
tended an invitation to 75 serv-
icemen to attend the second Seder
at their synagogue. All service-
men and their wives were regis-
tered prior to Passover at Chap-
lain Saul Kraft's office and at
the Beach "Y," and were given
tickets to attend the Sedarim. It
is interesting to note hat every
Jewish serviceman and women in
this area was provided with some
form of community Passover hos-
pitality. A total of 902 service-
men and women were accommo-
dated at Sedorim sponsored by
the Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee of the National
Jewish Welfare Board. A total of
$2,968 wa? spent in this area by
the National Jewish Welfare
Board to make these Sedorim
possible.
In addition to these military
sedorim, a record number of
Greater Miami families offered
their homes for servicemen's hos-
pitality. 235 servicemen were
placed with families and hotels
More homes were available
than could be filled and some
homes kept their doors open un-
til the wee hours of the morning
so that transient military person-
nel could be accommodated at the
last moment. This remarkable
display of community cooperation
stands as a monument of what
can be done through community
planning and organization.
Of special significance was the
small Seder held at the Biltmore
hospital. Permission had pre-
viously been granted to provide
a sedar for 16 ill Jewish men in
a ward of the psychiatric section
of the hospital. One of our local
women assumed the responsibili-
ty for cooking a complete Seder
meal at her home and an army
truck carried the food to the
hospital. Under the careful sup-
ervision of the medical authori-
ties, this woman served a full
Sedar meal to these 16 men. One
of the medical authorities was
later on overhead to say "the
fact that someone remembered,
did more for these men than
medicine."
Almost 200 Kosher meals were
provided by the National Jewish
Welfare Board to servicemen at
Rose's Restaurant in Miami
Beach. Many hundreds of meals
were served by families and ho-
tels in the Greater Miami area.
Fbr those Jewish men and
women in uniform who were
bedridden at the Biltmore hos-
pital 75 Passover packages were
prepared at the Jewish Welfare
Board office. These were distri-
buted by Chaplain Kraft to all
Jewish patients at the hospital.
The National Jewish Welfare
board also reports that Sedorim
were held in the following areas
in South Florida. All plans for
these sedorim were carried out
from the Miami office under the
direction of Ben Lambert, area
director. Areas served included:
Fort Pierce, 220 men served;
West Palm Beach, 60 men
served; Boca Raton, 800 men
served, Chaplain Meyer Merem-
insky officiated at the two Se-
dorim held in camp; Ft. Lauder-
dale, 50 men served; Hollywood,
35 men served; Key West, 229
men served; Fort Myers, 310 men
served.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi
Emeritus of Temple Israel was
flown to Fort Myers to conduct
and a large proportion of these the Seder at the Buckingham
Pfc. Alex Russak. 27, Miami,
in a hopsital in. England was
wounded for a second time in
combat April 7 in Germany.
Member of a heavy weapons in-
fantry unit, he was wounded Aug.
26 at Brest, France; has received
the Purple Heart.
He is the son of Israel Russak,
1658 S. W. 23rd Ave.
First Lt. Saul Broida, 24, vet-
eran of overseas service as 15th
AAF pilot in the Mediterranean
area, is at Miami Beach for re-
assignment after spending a leave
with his wife and daughter at
1931 Meridian Ave.
Staff Sgt. David J. Scharff, 21,
Army Air Force, of Brooklyn, in-
jured over Germany. Gunner
abroad a Flying Fort, he holds the
Distinguished Flying Cross, Air
Medal. and three Oakleaf
Clusters.
provided over-night sleeping ac-
commodations as well as Passove.
meals for a number of days dur-
ing the holiday. As a matter of
fact the record shows that Great-
er Miami Jewry went overboard
in their willingless to provide
home hospitality.
Army Air Field. This seder in-
cluded all Jewish personnel from
Punta Gorda, Page Field and
Naples Flexible Gunnery school.
A grand total of 2,565 servicemen
and women were served in the
southern end of Florida for Pass-
over 1945.
ichtinc for America
m
SERVING AS A PRIVATE WITH THE
FIRST COLORADO CAVALRY
jk THE MEXICAN BORDER IN
>I9I6.6EN ROSE 6AINED HIS
FIRST MILITARY EXPERIENCE
ONLY 21 THEN. HE HAP LEFT
COLORADO UNIVERSITY TO
ENUST.
b W.-1L.
"HE FIRST-UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER OF
19R1D WAR H OCCUR ED IN TUN ISIA WH EN,
iEN ROSEJHEN A COLONE AND CHIEF OF
!TAFF.ACTIN6fOR US.6EN HARMON f"
MINED THE SURRENDER Of NAZI GENERAL1
:RITZ KRAUSf .COL ROSE HAD CONTRIBUTED^
jREATLYTOTHE COLLAPSE OF THE GfR-
MM FORCES BY HIS^8RIIUANTANI>
1GGRESSIVE
XMWlGNS THSU- i
XIT NO AFRICA
DURING WORLD WAR I. THEN A
IsUlEUT.GEN ROSE SERVED WITH]
THE 89* DIVISION AND FOUGHT 4
IN THE ARGONNE AND OTHER CAM
PAI6NS IN FRANCE -WAS AWARDED
THE PURPLE HEART FOR ,\ JUNDS
RECEIVED AT ST AUH/a AND
FTHE SILVER STAR FOR GAUANTRy;
IN BATTLE.

AWOfl GENERAL MAURICE BFtOSE.VOF DENVER
COLO JH6HEST BANKING JEWISH SKXDIERmuSARIAY.
WASKUIEDWA0/ONIN MARCH iWILC PERSONALLY
LEADING HIS TANK FORCES IN A SMASHING DRIVE
DEEP IN GERMANY
BORNmHVDDtEWWN. CONNjBUT RAISEDiNDEH
VEA GIN ROSE LEFT C0UC6C FOR iHHUARY CAREER
|>i HE SERVED ON THE" MEXICANBORDER IN 1916 AND IN
1/OQlDWWFOUWDlPWAS WOUNDED INfRANCE
A TANK EXPERT INWORLDWARLT. 0CNROSECOM-
MANPED IHECRACK WWDARMOREDOWSlONMICH
SPEARHEADED THE CAMPAIGNS ACROSS NO- AFRICA.
SICIL y fRANCC BEIOIUM AND GEAMANV- TO WELL
ON 1HEROAD TO RERUN BEFORE HE WAS KILLED
HIS TACTICAL SKILL AND VALOR WONHIMHI6HES7
ESTEEM MD MANY DECORATIONSINCLUDM THE
DBTINMISHED SERVICE MEDAL.FPENCHLEGION
OFHOHORSIt VER STAR AND PURPLE HEAAT.
SURVIVING ARE HISWIFE.4YEAROLD SON.
ABROTHERMDA6EDPARENTS UIS90 YEAR-
OLD FATHER. KAURI SAMUEL ROSE. LIKENED
HIS UNTIMEI-YOEATH. DURING PASSOVER TO A
PASCHAL SACRIFICE ON THE ALTAR Of FREEDOM.
'CAPTURED IN MAR01
BYA GERMAN TI6EA
TANK DEEP IN GERMANY, SOUTH OF
PADERBORN.WHILE TRYING TO REACH
A PORTION OF HIS THIRD ARMORED IAN
FORCE.WWCH HAD BFiN'CUT-OFF;
GEN ROSE WAS WANTONLY SHOT IN .
COLD BLOOD B7MURDEROUS NAZIS ASj
HE WAS UNBUCKLING HIS PISTOL IN
RESPONSE TO THEIR COMMANDS.
:0MMANDIN6 THE CRACK
THIRD ARMORED TANK
DIVISI0N.6EN R0?E SPEAR-
HEADED THE POWERFUL
US. DRIVE ACROSS NORTHERN
FRANCFANDlNIORaGlUM
HE WHS THE FIRST TOSIWSH
THR0U6H THE SIEGFRIED
LINE AND WAS THE FIRST TO
ENTER COLOGNE. HE WAS
ALSO AMONG THE FIRSTCfl
THE ROAD TO RERUN
WHEN KILLEP

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PAGE EIGHT
*Jewistimeridian
FRIDAY. MAY
-
M
*



GOLDSTEIN RETURNS
TO LAW PRACTICE
E. Max Goldstein, recently re-
turned from two years and ten
months service as combat intel-
ligence officer of the AAF, has
opened law offices in suite 26A,
600 Lincoln road building. He
holds the commission of captain,
served in China, India and the
United States.
Goldstein, a Floridian from
early childhood, has been a Mi-
amian for 20 years and is well
known in the greater Miami area,
where he has practised law for
16 years.
ZUKERNICK URGES
VOTERS TO REGISTER
Attorney Harry Zukernick,
prominent Beach civic leader for!
ten years, and candidate for the |
Miami Beach city council race,'
urged all voters to register early.
"Only a few days remain until j
May 15. at which time registra-
tions close for the June 5 munici-
pal elections. It is the civic and
patriotic duty of each citizen to
take a voice in the selection pf,
the men they wish to guide the i
destinies of our city in the com- j
ing post-war period," declared i
Zukernick.
In discussing his views on Mi-
ami Beach's post-war planning, I
Zukernick stated, "I favor a full
time city department devoted to
the coordination of all activities
on behalf of sen-ice men and wo-
men, with the view of presenting
a true picture of Miami Beach s
important contribution to the war
effort. We owe them a moral ob-
ligation and we must also realize
that they constitute a great reser-
voir of post-war good will. There-
after, the department should be
converted on a permanent basis
to develop and direct an over-all
hospitality program for tourists
upon whom our economy largely
depends. The post-war period will
see a tremendous increase in
tourist travel to this area, and it
is of primary importance that we
be prepared to handle this in-
creased volume with maximum
efficiency."
LABOR ZIONISTS TO
OBSERVE SHEVUOTH
MORTGAGE BURNING
PROGRAM_CANCELLED
The mortgage-buring celebra-
tion of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation, originally set
for May 20, has been cancelled.
H. M. Drewich. chairman of the
committee, announced that the
outstanding program scheduled
for this affair could not be ar-
ranged at this time and therefore
the committee felt that postpone-
ment was necessary.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert
have moved into their new home
at 3930 N. Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach.
Buy More War Bonds.
Under the direction of Mes-
dames A. Sirota and Mrs. A.
Minses, the Labor Zionists of
Greater Miami in cooperation
with the Pioneer Women's organ-
ization will hold a Shevuoth cele-
bration Sunday 8:30 p. m. at the
Miami Beach Y.M.H.A., 1 Lin-
coln Road. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will be the guest speaker.
The entertainment program
will be headed by Cantor EmanV
uel Barkan of the Jewish Centoa
Proceeds of the event will go
to the Jewish National Fund.
Keep on buying War Bonds
HIS RECORD OF SERVICE IS HIS
ENDORSEMENT
ELECT
DR. MAURICE
KLEIN
YOUR
CITY
COUNCILMAN
FOR MIAMI BEACH
TUESDAY.
JUNE 5th. 1945
World War Veteran
Pd. Pol. Adv.
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But this is no time for jubilation, no time
t
for dancing in the streets. The monster in the
East is still strong, still able to inflict
heartbreaking losses upon us .
One down, one to go! Let's all work harder,
pray harder.
This is still our fight... let's finish it together!
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*Jewistfk>ridHan
PAGE NINE
SS383?33,
Section, National
The,MoTJewish Women will
Counc.'! nu;,i reception in honor
Mian"
hld',Srd"n; ^attended the
o th* SSi classes and who
Amentationt.zens durin(? tne
Szation classes and
iJome citizens durini
W .HSJlTt45. on Monday eve-
year 1,7*. ,4 at 8 p. m. in the
fwgCAayauaitonumP 108 S. E.
v 1 Ave Miami.
' ic 1 H Dever, inspector
^arge of Immigration and
in !iw,uon Service in Miami
Na,urHHress "he group. The Boy
wi" tnr Troop 10, under the di-
^n n of ;rrPoopmaster Carlos
r?Tn will present the colors.
ffinMVc'-dy, vocalist, will
the musical, program, ac-
HOLLYWOOD CLOSES
CULTURAL SEASON
The closing event of the winter
season cultural program spon-
sored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the Jewish Community Center
of Hollywood was held at the
home of Mrs. J. Slater, 1535 Mon-
roe St., on Saturday afternoon,
May 5.
It was announced that the pro-
gram will be resumed in Sep-
tember. Book reviews will be held
on the third Saturday afternoon
of each month and lectures by
persons prominent in their par-
ticular fields of endeavor will be
held on the first Wednesday eve-
ning of each month. Specific
dates and names of lecturers will
be publicized shortly.
Ffice Facts
George J. Talianoff
Executive Director A.D.L.
companicd
Liiiton
by
Eleanor Clarke
Assays by several stu-
, subject "Why I Am
*nu on the subject vvny 1 ....
fy he an American Citi-
ydw!,l be presented. Refresh-
Lents will be served.
V National Council of Jew-
W, Women. Miami Section, has
S,n sponsoring Americanization
5 naturalization classes in
Greater Miami for over six years.
Sis project has had the kill co-
L ration of the authorities of the
mm ration and Naturalization
Service in Miami. Classes are held
ta the Vocational and Riverside
Schools and are conducted by
Sirs. Joel Bclov.
Over 200 men and women of
wign birth have enrolled in
these classes and have successful-
ly completed the course. The Mi-
L Section plans to continue
thec classes on an all-year basis,
inasmuch as the oath of citizen-
ship is now given by the Federal
Government four times a year.
Those interested may call council
office 3-6554. located at 513 Con-
gress Building. The classes are
conducted on a non-sectarian
basis.
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
"In Quest of Faith" will be
Rabbi Samuel H. Baron's sermon
topic at Friday evening services
at 8 p. m., May 11, in Temple
Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdale.
The next regular meeting of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Community Center of Holly-
wood,* scheduled for Tuesday eve-
ning. May 15, has been cancelled.
This was done to enable the of-
ficers and several members of the
organization to attend the lecture
course on "Group Leadership"
held at the Miami Beach Y.M.
H.A. on Tuesday evenings in
May.
The Ladies' Auxiliary will re-
sume its meetings on Tuesday
evening, June 5, at which time
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
I have before me a report of the
work of the Institute for Ameri-
can Democracy, Inc. which has
been responsible for the inter-
faith outdoor billboard posters.
Miamians have seen two of the
billboards on display during the
past year at the intersection of
1st St. and 1st Ave. One dramat-
ically depicted three soldiers of
different religious faiths charging
into battle. The caption read
"Fighting Side By Side ... so
that every person may worship
God in his own way!" The other
graphically revealed a wounded
serviceman receiving a blood
transfusion with the assistance of
three soldiers. This billboard
queried, "Whose Blood Will Save
Him? Protestant. Catholic.
Jew It's all American Blood!"
The Institute for American
Democracy, Inc. is doing an out-
standing job in advancing the
principles of unity and human
equality through the medium of
advertising. Their report presents
interesting figures on the number
of outdoor billboards. Among
other things, it discloses that as
of March 1, 1945, these unity post-
ers of various designs have thus
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TENANTS LEAGUE
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i
The Tenants League of Miami
Beach has opened up headquar-
ters at 1319 Washington Ave., in
behalf of the candidacy of Sam
Gold. There are no paid workers
and all are volunteers, the com-
mittee announced. Phone number
is 58-1142.
LUNCHEON CLUB
MEETS WEDNESDAYS
The Miami Beach Zionist
Luncheon Club holds its weekly
luncheon meeting on Wednesday,
in the Strand Restaurant, 1225
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
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
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Open 11:30 A.M. to 2 A.M.
Serving breakfast, luncheon and dinner
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Phone 9-2903
the program committee will out- -
line its plans for summer activi-1 far appeared in 122 cities of 22
' states.
The messages contained in
these posters have had their im-
pact upon the mass minds in l
terms of fostering a basic princi- \
pie of our American democracy.
As a consequence, the billboard
messages have now been adapted
to other advertising media such
as blotters and even the lowly
match book cover.
Impressed with the educational
value of these pro-democratic
messages, Beach and Adams, au-
thors of a new high school text
entitled "DEMOCRACY AND
SOCIAL POLICY," published by
Charles Scribner's Sons, will in-
clude one of the outstanding In-
ter-faith Amity posters in the
volume. rT .
In Oklahoma City, the Unity
poster "Fighting Side by Side
will be used as a permanent
mural in the "war room" of the
Army's Will Rogers Field.
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FRIDAY. MAY
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Describe it to me,
will you, Mac ?
"Yeah, I hear 'em yelling.
"This is what I used to dream about
in the jungle. God, if I could only see
for just five seconds.
"That girl there is she laughing ...
or crying? I had a girl once. Sure I
wrote her when this happened to me. I
told her I was tired of her. What else
could I say?
"Listen to that newsboy... 'GERMANY
FINISHED!' I'd give anything to see those
headlines. What else does it say? Any-
thing about the Pacific? I hope you guys
realize there's still the Pacific.
"Yeah. I was there, all right If you
could have seen what I saw, you wouldn't
need to read any War Bond ads. Kids
you grew up with, with their faces
smashed to bits. Nothing left of your best
friend but his helmet landing in your lap.
Made me kind of mad, I guess. They say
I was still fighting when I couldn't see
any more.
"Yeah, it's bad enough. But it makes it
worse when you hear someone saying the
war's practically over. Acting as if it's
time to ease up on War Bonds and all.
Then you wonder what you did it for. It's
not over yet. Those Japs can do a lot of
damage. I ought to know.
"Do me a favor, will you, Mac? Keep
on buying War Bonds for my buddies
out there. And put a little extra in for
my sake, will you?"
KEEP ON BUYING BONDS
TILL IT'S OVER, OVER THERE!
This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisementprepared under the auspices
of Treasury Department and War Advertising Council and made possible by
the following public spirited business firms and individuals.
Tindell Grocery Co.
2220 N. W. 36th St.
S. A. Freel Dist. Co.
3002 N. E. Ut Ct.
Stylecraft Bag Mlgs.
1320 N. Miami Ave.
Frank Straw, Electrical Contractor
1236 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Happy Hour Tavern
3680 Coral Way
Normandy Resident & Day School
1021 Biarritz Dr., Miami Beach
Grand National Importers
let Trutt Bldg.
Sungas Company
Now .t-2960 N. W. 24th sT-5ph. 3-3685
Miami Beach 1st National Bank
1651 Alton Ra\. Miami Beach
Bill & Jennie's Grill
"!! AUM th Beef
227 W. Flaoler St.
Famous Nurserf
3498 S. W. 8th St
Rehberg Grocery i>*
4844 N. W. 27tH MJ
Tony's Curb Mark
401 N. W. 79th St.
Bagwell's MarW
6800 N. W. "" J I
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Garage
7535 N. E. 2no Ave.^
71.t St Service Sr
337 71ft St
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101 N. W. 2h St
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... as the need for new guns,
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That is reason Number 1
whyevery American must back
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Drive beyond all limits of
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Reason Number 2 is that
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By this time last year, you sub-
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AND BIGGER BONDS
Yes, the need is greater than
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everybody ... must invest a
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... hi War Bonds Now! Study
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make ill
You know that War Bonds
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the world... that you get back
at maturity 84 for every 83 you
invest... that they safeguard
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Stevens Markets
2201 N. W. 62nd St.7-3085
2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd.4-1685
The Miami Conservatory oi Music
1737 N. Bayshore Dr.
Lester F. RlebelPainting Contractor
8160 N. W. 14th Av.
Minna Lee Importers, Inc.
603 Lincoln Road
Nuta's Yacht Basin
1884 N. W. N. River Dr.
Charles Hotel
1475 Collins Ave.
Tom & Chester Blasiak
Custom Tailors
14 N. E. lit Ave.
Blscayne Fruit & Vegetable Co.
316 W. Flagler St.
White Service Station & Garage
870 W. Flagler St.
Evergreen Nurseries
2010 8. W. 17th Ava.
Moulton's Grocery & Market
2152 N. W. 27th Ave.
Roberts Grocery
2809 N. W. 17th Ave.
International Fine Arts Galleries
1130 Lincoln Road
Louis J. Sonneborn
916 42nd St.
Siesta Apartments
1110 Euclid Ave.
R. E. LemboTailoring
600 Lincoln Road
Morris S. Rubin
2420 Flamingo Dr.
Tudor Hotel
1111 Collins Ave.
Price's Service Station
5700 S. W. 8th St.
Miami Sea Food Co.
678 N. W. 5th St.
G. D. Marple Electric Co.
233 Halcyon Arcade
Day & Nite Curb Market
47 N. W. 79th St.
Davis Paint & Body Shop
1479 S. W. 6th St.
Carson Motor bin
843 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Peters Atlantic Service Station &
Garage
5735 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Calmay NurseryShrubbery
3401 N. W. 46th St.
Pony ClubRestaurant
2100 N. W. 27th Avs.
Lincoln Food Market
3305 Douglas Road
Thirty-Sixth Street Poultry Market
660 N. W. 36th St.
National Produce Co.. Inc.
2186 N. W. 13th Ave.
Belford Produce & Trucking Co.
1800 N. W. 7th Ave.

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PAGE TWELVE
* Jew 1st fk>rid Ian
raiDAY. MAY
The Kosher Butcher
By Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
To the average man and wom-
an, the Kosher Butcher is another
merchant, and another business
man. While one merchant sells
dry goods, another, clothing, and
still another, hardware, hethe
"kosher butcher" sells-or, is to
sellkosher meat and meat pro-
ducts. To some extent the aver-
age person's opinion is correct.
The kosher butcher is to give you"r home before you come
to his customer the right weight,
and good merchandise like any
other business man, etc. If, how-
ever, a close analysis is given to
the role of the kosher butcher in
the Jewish community, to his in-
fluence in the Jewish home, and
to the effect he has on the Kash-
rus observing population, we find
an entirely different picture.
The person who buys the kosh-
er product, his whole house is
conducted in ways layed out by i
the Jewish code of laws of Kash- j
ruth. He does not use any meat!
unless he salts it, and kasherizcs |
it. His pots are kosher, and, so
are his silver and dishes. Indeed,
all his eating utensils are pre-
pared and cared for within the
rules and regulations of the laws
of the Shulchan Oruch. It is his
ideal, it is his belief, il is the way
his father lived, and, he wants it
just so. He is charged more
money, and he gladly pay it. be- !
cause he believes that he gets that
which he pays for. He believes in
the traditional laws of Kashrus. cause it involves only a loss in
and he has peace of mind while; money. There is however a great-
------------------------------- er injury, and. that is the m-
he is under the impression that
his home is really Kosher.
Now, let us see, for one momen1
who is the person who controls
our Kosher home? Is it the Rab-
bi? No, definitely not. The Rabbi
is the guide in Kashrus. He is to
tell you how to make a thing
Kosher. He is to advise you what
is Kosher, and what is not Kosh-
er, when you come to ask him.
But he has no actual control of
come to
him with your problems.
How different it is with the po-
sition of the Kosher butcher in
the community, and in the home.
It is he who supplies the Kosher
product, and therefore, the whole
Kashruth of your home depends
on him. Should he fail in his
duties; should he falter in the
Kashruth; should he misrepresent
the Kashruth. your efforts to have
a Kosher home is in vain. The
money you spent is lost and the
work you put in for that purpose
is wasted. About the cooking and
eating utensils you must ask a:
Sha-aloh (making an inquiry of
the Rabbi who specializes in these
problems). And, he will tell you
how to handle each and every
type of utensil pending on how it
was used and the kind of ma-
terial it is made of. In some cases
the Rabbi will have no other al-
ternative than to tell you: "I am
sorry, it is treif. Throw it out."
But all this is not so bad be-
separate the Kosher from the
non-Kosher, and many more
things. These are essential re-
quirements. No Kosher meats
may be obtained from any one
who does not meet the require-
ments prescribed in the Shulchan
Oruch (Jewish Code of Laws).
The Greater Miami Vaaa
Kakashruth is the organization
which aims to supply you witn
the assurance of getting the
Kosher product from the real
Kosher butcher.___________
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
137 N.
will
Safe in
Appelbaum
TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform.
E. 19th St.Friday evening services
8:16 p. m. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
preacn on "Is Democracy
America?" Rabbi Saul B.
will read the service,
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON
CREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday night lervlcea ftl I ;" m-
Saturday moriilnK servi.es :it !>: a.
m. Junior services at i":;!" "> '"
runrlurtecl by the Juniors. lierresli-
ments served by the ladles auxiliary.
Rabbi Simon April will peak O
portion of tho week. Mill'Im :>t
in. followed by Si-halos SnM...-
M.iaiiv. V-K Day service! Sunday at
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and
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St., Miami
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
Friday evening services al I p. m.
I'urini; services al 10:00 a. m. Satur-
day a special V-K Hay prayer will be
recited, Rabbi Max Shapiro will dis-
cuss "Final Victory To Come." Junior
services at 10 :'." m. Rabbi Shapiro
and Can'or Abraham Friedman will
officiate.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415
Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach Kabbalas
Shabbas at 7:15 p. in. Saturday morn-
ing service al : a. m. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will preach on the weekly
portion of the law. Cantor Emanuel
jured conscience. This cannot beiBarkan will chant. Junior congrega-
repaired even if and when the
butcher will repay for the loss in
money. That is a spiritual injury,
an injury which cannot be healed.
The Jewish law therefore pre-
scribes that a Kosher product
must not be bought from anyone
who is not a "Ne-emon Umuch-
zek" (trustworthy and known as
being a pious Jew in Kashruth
himself). He must be a Shomer
Shabbos and also have other
lion service at 10 a. m. Bible Class al
1:42 ]i in. Mlnchati al 6:45 p. in., fol-
lowed by shaiosh S'udos at 7 p, m.
Dally services al a. m. and 7 p. in.
TEMPLE
S1., Miami
-. n Ice al
will preach
BETH SHOLOM. 761 41t
Beach. Friday evening
p. in Rabbi Leon Kronish
on 'Loyalty." Mrs. Max
Korshak and Mr* Bmanuel Qold-
strlch will be hostesses. Cantor Louis
Hayman will officiate and lead the
Congregational Singing. Sabbath serv-
ices at la a. in.
qualifications. He must have the Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave..
knowledge of the various parts of >ml = Beach.-d-Viday^ -;;;;;;*,-.
meat and veins which are not
Kosher. He must know how to
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
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l-vices
K serv-
at 7 and 9, Rabbi Moses Mei-
cheloff Will speak on the theme, "nut
Of the Wilderness." Junior services
for children of elementary school ace
will be held under the direction of
Mr. and Mrs Sam Si ha. Imo at 10
a. in. A Minnl'inalie father and son
religious service will take place at
9:30 Schalos Seudos at 7:"n p. in.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak mi "The
Bthlcs of the Fathers." Sunday School
from 1" a. m. to 12 noon. Promotion
exercises will he held marking the
close of the Sunday School for the
y,ar. Awards and certificates will be
distributed during the program, pre-
sented bv the children ,if the various
i liss.s Religious School sessions will
continue dallv from 4 to 7. until the
close of tin- public schools.
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and Stamps.
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BENJAMIN FELDMAN
Benjamin Ftldman, 47. died at 907
IM, lid Ave, Miami Beach. He came
from Hartford, Conn., eight yeaniaj.
Survivor* Include bis wife. Mrs. Sallio
l-Vldman, and two daughters. Mrs.
Blossom Rosenberg and Mrs. Marilyn
Schneider, all of Miami Beach. Serv-
Ices were held in Riverside Memorial
chapel. With burial In Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery. _____
NORMAN BAMBERQ
Norman Bambergi 51, of f23 Alton
Road Miami Iteacb, died ill il hospital
Saturday. He came to Miami elRht
rears imo and was il hotel owner and
women's sho|.....erator. He was prom-
inent In fraternal activities. Surviving
are the Widow, Mrs. (Jertrude Bam-
bergi two .sons, Harold Hamburg, USA.
overseas, and Henry Hamburg of Mi-
aim Beach, and a daughter. Mrs.
Judith Rose, of Miami Beach. Funeral
services wire held at Klversldo Me-
moral ohapel with burial In Mt, Nebo
cemetery.
LEO BLUM
I*eo Blum, 30, a restaurant operator,
died at his home. 70 N. W. 25th 8t.
He came from Mountalndale, N. Y.,
two years ago. Surviving are his wife,
Mrs. Charlotte Blum, and a daughter,
Joann, both of Miami; his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blum, and two
In others. Sidney and Alex, all of
Mountalndale, and another brother,
Herman, with the United States Army
in Italy. Services were held In the
Palmer chapel. Burial followed In Mt.
sinai cemetery.
MRS. BERTHA ARONOVITZ
Mrs. Bertha Aronovlts, 53. of 845
Collins Ave, Miami Reach died this
week. She came to Miami six years
ago from Brooklyn, N. Y. She Is sur-
vlved by the husband, Abram. of Mi-
ami Reach. The body was shipped to
Brooklyn by the Riverside Memorial
chapel.
GUY LOUIS GOLDSMITH
Private funeral services were held
al Palmer Funeral Chapel Wednesday
afternoon for (>uy l/mis (ioldsmtth,
formerly of 1461 Meridian Ave.. Miami
Reach, who passed away In Brooklyn.
N. Y. last month. Burial followed In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
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^AY^YU^ +Jewish tk>rIdlan PAGE SEVEN ^T^FTHEWEEK 4 March 119 45 the B u u J names of mor than ffljj *SSTJU men in ^4 who haw rec ived ?*' ^n, and decoration.for valor ^2?ui 8aST". 78 Jew%  S who each have to their !*& to" or more award, for S2?to holding an aggregat. y 8 8fUdeco rat,on,. rOPYOFRELEASE FOR MURRAY HAVELIN ., Hivelin 121 N. W. 3rd A J W aSsidenT of Miami for the <<\$wn years, received a copy Sf rdease from the headquar1 of the Ninth Air Force conK his son Murray. Murray £? technician, fourth grade and "A'een with the Ninth onComKrBons for the past 2tt fear The serviceman's brotherSand sister are Mr and *s Jack P. Marash of Miami £„. The release stated: Headquarters Ninth Air Force Can Theater of Operations Public Relations Office A Ninth Air Force Service Command Base France. — For having established and maintained a superior record of service and maintenance to signal equipment of two depot areas, the signal company to which the following Brooklyn men belong, has received the army service forces new unit award of the Meritorious Service Plaque: Technician Fourth Henry P. Connollv, 121 Bergen St.; Technician Fourth Murry A. Havelin, 1424 50th St.; Technician Fifth Jules E. Covell, 12 Sydney Ave.; Corporal Marvin Silk, 1380 East loth St.: Pin ate First Class Michael Marano, 176 Richardson St. The award, which includes an individual sleeve patch in addition to a unit plaque, came as a result of superiority in the field of service and maintenance to A-26 Invader and A-20 Havoc twin-engined bombers. A part of the gigantic supply program of the Ninth Air Force Service Command, their signal supply company was cited for outstanding performance over a period of three months before their organration left England in September. The citation read, "This organization has through its outstanding devotion to duty and high morale, willingly and cheerfully accepted and carried out many extremely difficult tasks. The superior performance and untiring effort upholds the highest traditions of the armed forces of the United States." GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation O! The Jewish Weliare Board Help Ui Keep • Record of Our Men in Service r\ r\ r\ ^ H r* J* SERVICE PARADE! Robert Zane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert, of Miami Beach, enlisted in the Navy last week. SGT. MARVIN ROTH KILLED IN ACTION A telegram was received from the War Department this week notifying parents and relatives that Sgt. Marvin Roth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Roth, of Daytona, and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth of Miami, was killed in action in Germany on April 25. Outstanding fact concerning the supreme sacrifice made by Sgt. Roth occurred in March of this year. The youth received an appointment to the U. S. Naval Academy through the recommendation of Congressman Joe Hendricks. As part of the Congressional Record, > comments made on March 19 on the floor of the House by Congressman Hendricks commended the unusual action of Sgt. Roth in refusing the appointment. His letter to the congressman said that despite all he handicaps and difficulties of action he was raring to go. He felt it his duty to stick with the boys at the front and finish the job. The boy had had four years of ROTC training at military colleges. He had resigned his commission as second lieutenant so that he could become a private in the paratroopers, where the need was greater. The last letter from the boy to his parents stated that he was on the way to Berchtesgarten. He was attached to General Patton's Seventh Army. Word has been received that •h? Air Medal has been awarded Flight Officer Jerry Levine now stationed with the Troop Carrier Command in India. He has been overseas since March. Flight Officer Levine is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levine. 311 N. E. 28th h with whom his wife, Gloria, and seven months old son, Bari, reside. Louis Schwarzkopf, former Miami Beach attorney, now in the U. S. army in New Guinea, was recently promoted to the rank of captain, his family here has been informed. Capt. Schwarzkopf, before entering the service nearly three years ago, practiced law here. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schwarzkopf of 646 W. 51st St. With the 43rd Infantry (Winged Victory) Division on Luzon, p I—Private Marcus Cohen, son of Mrs. Sam Cohen, 835 Tenth St., Miami Beach, has been awarded the Soldier's Medal while at Aitape, New Guinea. Miss Evelyn Irene Lippman has learned that her fiancee, Pfc. Albert I. Sterman, who is serving with the 69th Division of the 1st Army in Germany, was awarded the Bronze Star on March 18 for gallantry in action. Sterman is credited with stopping the advance of four enemy soldiers— capturing one and injuring another—although alone and unarmed at the time. Pfc. Sterman is a resident of Brooklyn, N. Y. Miss Lippman is connected with the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center here. A reunion between two Miamians took place recently in Mainz, Germany, when First Lt. Sidney S. Wolfeld recognized the voice of an old friend, Pfc. Sherwood T. Lavine coming from a WOLFELD LAVINE photography darkroom of a house in the suburb of that city. Soon the pair were having their first visit in four years. Lt. Wolfeld, son of Mrs. Sylvia Rosenthal Wolfeld, 518 S. W. 21st Ave., is serving with the Third Army Signal Corps and is a former radio repairman. Lavine, former musician here, is a member of the 274th Regimental Band of the Trailblazer Division (7th Army). He is a son of Mrs. Olive Miller Lavine, 1428 S. W. 1st St. Both boys have been awarded Bronze Stars, and Pfc. Lavine is also the holder of the Combat Infantryman's badge. COMMITTEE REPORTS ON PASSOVER An Eighth Air Force Bomber Station, England.—Sgt. Samuel Kardonsky, 25, of Miami Beach, waist gunner on a B-17 Flying Fortress, has been awarded an Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal for "meritorious achievement" during eighth air force bombing attacks on German military and industrial targets. The son of Mrs. Yetta M. Kardonsky, 814 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, Sgt. Kardonsky was a waiter, employed at Club Bali, before entering the AAF. The Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board in a report to the community covering the recent Passover holidays has revealed some interesting statistics and facts which should make every Miamian feel proud of his Jewish community. Early in March, careful plans were made to provide Sedorim for every Jewish serviceman and woman in this area. These servicemen's Sedarim were eventually held at Temple Israel of Miami, the Miami Beach Jewish Center, the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami and a special Seder at the Biltmore hospital. In the week previous to Passover, the Beth David Congregation extended an invitation to 75 servicemen to attend the second Seder at their synagogue. All servicemen and their wives were registered prior to Passover at Chaplain Saul Kraft's office and at the Beach "Y," and were given tickets to attend the Sedarim. It is interesting to note hat every Jewish serviceman and women in this area was provided with some form of community Passover hospitality. A total of 902 servicemen and women were accommodated at Sedorim sponsored by the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. A total of $2,968 wa? spent in this area by the National Jewish Welfare Board to make these Sedorim possible. In addition to these military sedorim, a record number of Greater Miami families offered their homes for servicemen's hospitality. 235 servicemen were placed with families and hotels More homes were available than could be filled and some homes kept their doors open until the wee hours of the morning so that transient military personnel could be accommodated at the last moment. This remarkable display of community cooperation stands as a monument of what can be done through community planning and organization. Of special significance was the small Seder held at the Biltmore hospital. Permission had previously been granted to provide a sedar for 16 ill Jewish men in a ward of the psychiatric section of the hospital. One of our local women assumed the responsibility for cooking a complete Seder meal at her home and an army truck carried the food to the hospital. Under the careful supervision of the medical authorities, this woman served a full Sedar meal to these 16 men. One of the medical authorities was later on overhead to say "the fact that someone remembered, did more for these men than medicine." Almost 200 Kosher meals were provided by the National Jewish Welfare Board to servicemen at Rose's Restaurant in Miami Beach. Many hundreds of meals were served by families and hotels in the Greater Miami area. Fbr those Jewish men and women in uniform who were bedridden at the Biltmore hospital 75 Passover packages were prepared at the Jewish Welfare Board office. These were distributed by Chaplain Kraft to all Jewish patients at the hospital. The National Jewish Welfare board also reports that Sedorim were held in the following areas in South Florida. All plans for these sedorim were carried out from the Miami office under the direction of Ben Lambert, area director. Areas served included: Fort Pierce, 220 men served; West Palm Beach, 60 men served; Boca Raton, 800 men served, Chaplain Meyer Mereminsky officiated at the two Sedorim held in camp; Ft. Lauderdale, 50 men served; Hollywood, 35 men served; Key West, 229 men served; Fort Myers, 310 men served. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel was flown to Fort Myers to conduct and a large proportion of these the Seder at the Buckingham Pfc. Alex Russak. 27, Miami, in a hopsital in. England was wounded for a second time in combat April 7 in Germany. Member of a heavy weapons infantry unit, he was wounded Aug. 26 at Brest, France; has received the Purple Heart. He is the son of Israel Russak, 1658 S. W. 23rd Ave. First Lt. Saul Broida, 24, veteran of overseas service as 15th AAF pilot in the Mediterranean area, is at Miami Beach for reassignment after spending a leave with his wife and daughter at 1931 Meridian Ave. Staff Sgt. David J. Scharff, 21, Army Air Force, of Brooklyn, injured over Germany. Gunner abroad a Flying Fort, he holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal. and three Oakleaf Clusters. provided over-night sleeping accommodations as well as Passove. meals for a number of days during the holiday. As a matter of fact the record shows that Greater Miami Jewry went overboard in their willingless to provide home hospitality. Army Air Field. This seder included all Jewish personnel from Punta Gorda, Page Field and Naples Flexible Gunnery school. A grand total of 2,565 servicemen and women were served in the southern end of Florida for Passover 1945. ICHTINC FOR AMERICA m SERVING AS A PRIVATE WITH THE FIRST COLORADO CAVALRY jk THE MEXICAN BORDER IN >I9I6.6EN ROSE 6AINED HIS FIRST MILITARY EXPERIENCE ONLY 21 THEN. HE HAP LEFT COLORADO UNIVERSITY TO ENUST. b 1GGRESSIVE XMWlGNS THSUi XIT NO AFRICA DURING WORLD WAR I. THEN A IsUlEUT.GEN ROSE SERVED WITH] THE 89* DIVISION AND FOUGHT 4 IN THE ARGONNE AND OTHER CAM PAI6NS IN FRANCE -WAS AWARDED THE PURPLE HEART FOR ,\ JUNDS RECEIVED AT ST AUH/a AND FTHE SILVER STAR FOR GAUANTRy; IN BATTLE. AWOfl GENERAL MAURICE BFtOSE.VOF DENVER COLO JH6HEST BANKING JEWISH SKXDIERmuSARIAY. WASKUIEDWA0/ONIN MARCH iWILC PERSONALLY LEADING HIS TANK FORCES IN A SMASHING DRIVE DEEP IN GERMANY BORNmHVDDtEWWN. CONNjBUT RAISEDiNDEH VEA GIN ROSE LEFT C0UC6C FOR iHHUARY CAREER |>i HE SERVED ON THE" MEXICANBORDER IN 1916 AND IN 1/OQlDWWFOUWDlPWAS WOUNDED INfRANCE A TANK EXPERT INWORLDWARLT. 0CNROSECOMMANPED IHECRACK WWDARMOREDOWSlONMICH SPEARHEADED THE CAMPAIGNS ACROSS NOAFRICA. SICIL y fRANCC BEIOIUM AND GEAMANVTO WELL ON 1HEROAD TO RERUN BEFORE HE WAS KILLED HIS TACTICAL SKILL AND VALOR WONHIMHI6HES7 ESTEEM MD MANY DECORATIONSINCLUDM THE DBTINMISHED SERVICE MEDAL.FPENCHLEGION OFHOHORSIt VER STAR AND PURPLE HEAAT. SURVIVING ARE HISWIFE.4YEAROLD SON. ABROTHERMDA6EDPARENTS UIS90 YEAROLD FATHER. KAURI SAMUEL ROSE. LIKENED HIS UNTIMEI-YOEATH. DURING PASSOVER TO A PASCHAL SACRIFICE ON THE ALTAR Of FREEDOM. 'CAPTURED IN MAR01 BYA GERMAN TI6EA TANK DEEP IN GERMANY, SOUTH OF PADERBORN.WHILE TRYING TO REACH A PORTION OF HIS THIRD ARMORED IAN FORCE.WWCH HAD BFiN'CUT-OFF; GEN ROSE WAS WANTONLY SHOT IN COLD BLOOD B7MURDEROUS NAZIS ASj HE WAS UNBUCKLING HIS PISTOL IN RESPONSE TO THEIR COMMANDS. :0MMANDIN6 THE CRACK THIRD ARMORED TANK DIVISI0N.6EN R0?E SPEARHEADED THE POWERFUL US. DRIVE ACROSS NORTHERN FRANCFANDlNIORaGlUM HE WHS THE FIRST TOSIWSH THR0U6H THE SIEGFRIED LINE AND WAS THE FIRST TO ENTER COLOGNE. 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f MAY 11. 19 45 *Jewistfk>ridHan PAGE NINE SS383?33, Section, National The M oTJewish Women will Coun c .'! „„ nu; ,i reception in honor Mian" h ld ,S r d "n; ^attended the o £ th S Si classes and who Amentation t zens durin(? tne Szation classes and iJome citizens durini W .HSJlTt45. on Monday eveyear 1,7*. ,4 at 8 p. m. in the fw g CA ay auaitonum P 108 S. E. v 1 Ave Miami. ic 1 H Dever, inspector %  ^arge of Immigration and in !iw,uon Service in Miami Na ur HHress "he group. The Boy wi t n r Troop 10, under the di^n n of ; rr P oopmaster Carlos r ?Tn will present the colors. ffinMVc'-dy, vocalist, will £ the musical, program, acHOLLYWOOD CLOSES CULTURAL SEASON The closing event of the winter season cultural program sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood was held at the home of Mrs. J. Slater, 1535 Monroe St., on Saturday afternoon, May 5. It was announced that the program will be resumed in September. Book reviews will be held on the third Saturday afternoon of each month and lectures by persons prominent in their particular fields of endeavor will be held on the first Wednesday evening of each month. Specific dates and names of lecturers will be publicized shortly. Ffice Facts George J. Talianoff Executive Director A.D.L. compa nicd Liiiton by Eleanor Clarke Assays by several stu, subject "Why I Am *nu on the subject vvny 1 .... fy„ he an American Citiy d w !,l be presented. RefreshLents will be served. V National Council of JewW, Women. Miami Section, has S, n sponsoring Americanization 5 naturalization classes in Greater Miami for over six years. Sis project has had the kill coL ration of the authorities of the mm ration and Naturalization Service in Miami. Classes are held ta the Vocational and Riverside Schools and are conducted by Sirs. Joel Bclov. Over 200 men and women of wign birth have enrolled in these classes and have successfully completed the course. The MiL Section plans to continue thec classes on an all-year basis, inasmuch as the oath of citizenship is now given by the Federal Government four times a year. Those interested may call council office 3-6554. located at 513 Congress Building. The classes are conducted on a non-sectarian basis. LAUDERDALE SERVICES "In Quest of Faith" will be Rabbi Samuel H. Baron's sermon topic at Friday evening services at 8 p. m., May 11, in Temple Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdale. The next regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood,* scheduled for Tuesday evening. May 15, has been cancelled. This was done to enable the officers and several members of the organization to attend the lecture course on "Group Leadership" held at the Miami Beach Y.M. H.A. on Tuesday evenings in May. The Ladies' Auxiliary will resume its meetings on Tuesday evening, June 5, at which time REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH I have before me a report of the work of the Institute for American Democracy, Inc. which has been responsible for the interfaith outdoor billboard posters. Miamians have seen two of the billboards on display during the past year at the intersection of 1st St. and 1st Ave. One dramatically depicted three soldiers of different religious faiths charging into battle. The caption read "Fighting Side By Side ... so that every person may worship God in his own way!" The other graphically revealed a wounded serviceman receiving a blood transfusion with the assistance of three soldiers. This billboard queried, "Whose Blood Will Save Him? Protestant. Catholic. Jew It's all American Blood!" The Institute for American Democracy, Inc. is doing an outstanding job in advancing the principles of unity and human equality through the medium of advertising. Their report presents interesting figures on the number of outdoor billboards. Among other things, it discloses that as of March 1, 1945, these unity posters of various designs have thus RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots, Homes, Hotels Apt. & Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER, Realtor 1448 Waih. Awe., Ph. 5-5875 412-16 Seybold Bldg. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 ties. TENANTS LEAGUE OPENS BEACH OFFICE i The Tenants League of Miami Beach has opened up headquarters at 1319 Washington Ave., in behalf of the candidacy of Sam Gold. There are no paid workers and all are volunteers, the committee announced. Phone number is 58-1142. LUNCHEON CLUB MEETS WEDNESDAYS The Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club holds its weekly luncheon meeting on Wednesday, in the Strand Restaurant, 1225 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. 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 S&EVO.U* coLuns atTUJEnTlETH Pappy's Restaurant AIR CONDITIONED Open 11:30 A.M. to 2 A.M. Serving breakfast, luncheon and dinner Specializing in steaks and chops COLLINS AT 20th ST.. MIAMI BEACH Closed Tuesdays INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATES WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. Box 1922, Miami 11, Florida Phone 9-2903 the program committee will outline its plans for summer activi-1 far appeared in 122 cities of 22 states. The messages contained in these posters have had their impact upon the mass minds in l terms of fostering a basic princi\ pie of our American democracy. As a consequence, the billboard messages have now been adapted to other advertising media such as blotters and even the lowly match book cover. Impressed with the educational value of these pro-democratic messages, Beach and Adams, authors of a new high school text entitled "DEMOCRACY AND SOCIAL POLICY," published by Charles Scribner's Sons, will include one of the outstanding Inter-faith Amity posters in the volume. rT In Oklahoma City, the Unity poster "Fighting Side by Side will be used as a permanent mural in the "war room" of the Army's Will Rogers Field. Custom Made Seat Covers Convertible Tops One-Day Service TRAIL TOP SHOP 1699 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 9-3541 GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given I. D. Gilbreoth 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 |iiiiBiiimiiiHiun TOUBY i PAINTING COt 3 50001 IfCfSfSiOAMpJkfMfoCoffrMcrwfs | 669 N.W.d^ StrmmL MIAMI 36. FLORIDA IIIIHIlllHIIIIBIIIIHIIIIHIimilllBIHB SENIOR HADASSAH TO END S EASO N The Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will mark the end of its season's activities with a dessert meeting Monday, May 14. at 1.J0 o m. at Temple Israel. Election of officers for the 1945-46 year will be on the agenda and reports will be submitted by the committee chairmen. A social hour will follow. ^^^^ Buy War Bonds and Stamps. MILTON KLEIN Painting Contractor No Job Too Large or Too Small PAINTING — PAPER HANGING WATERPROOFING PHONE 4.1920 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. Sth St. Phone 2-7439 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1SB9 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 Best care for chronic sick, conva.."ent and elderly oeoD" 8ANEL BEER. M. D. Director Reasonable Prices ^Lsi-o* Beautiful OroumHsaaB ANHIUStR-BUSCH Budweiser THAOE MAHK MO. U. S. PAT. OFF. EVERYWHERE Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS Why Paint? Let Us Cover the Sidewalls of Your House With FIREPROOF ROTPROOF ASBESTOS SHINGLES • *ix40 Ft. 1 Story Sidewalls 20 Approximately $300 ALSO RE-ROOF FOR THE LAST TIME END PERIODIC UPKEEP EXPENSE NO MONEY DOWN EASY PAYMENTS FREE ESTIMATES — N. C. LEROY 305 S. W. 12TH AVE. Phona 2-65W 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 Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS 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 method 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 You cant quit now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! DR. MARSHALL WRIGHT Optometrist 306 CALUMET BLDG. 10 N. E. 3rd Ave. PHONE 3-2100 Made From Fresh Orange* for REST CONVALESCENCE aj CHRONIC CASES TUaml f Sun-RauPark Health Resort RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1216 Washington Ave., Miami Beach In New Yoik: 76th Sv &' Arastetiiim An. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT I WANT MY MILK And B. Sur. It s FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product!" Dncro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information Phone 9-2664, 4-5922 or 9-1404 •



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PAGE SIX *Jewistfk>ridiari I 1 OPA GAS PANEL ASKS REQUESTS BY MAIL The Office of Price Administration, on behalf of its gasoline panel, announced that renewals of supplemental gas may be made as much as 14 days prior to the expiration date of present gas allotment. By filing applications this far in advance, local ration boards will be given sufficient time to check and process applications and forward gas coupons to supplemental users without the hardship of users running out of K as Making application by mail will simplify and expedite necessary clerical work, gasoline panel officials stated, and at the same time save Dade countians many hours of waiting in line. Be sure to sign applications and accompany it with mileage rationing record. Complaints to the panel should also be made by mail, and thereby will be immediately directed to the proper officials for prompt attention. Errors in making out application blanks, ascertained when supplemental gas is re| ceived by the applicant, may be adjusted by furnishing correct or additional information. Gas panel officials stated they desired to cooperate with each individual in the rationing of gas, and are happy to confer with anyone who feels his application has not been fairly treated. MAURICE KLEIN IS SERVING ELKS LODGE Dr. Maurice Klein, candidate for the city council of Miami : Beach is now serving as chairman 'of the Elks Americanism Committee, and commander of the Miami Beach American Legion, jln this capacity he has served 'both organizations as a clearing 'house for returning veteran.rehabilitation problems. "We serve in this locality not only our home town boys but transients from all over the country who come here for various reasons," Dr. Klein stated. "They must be given assistance in various channels of service and I feel happy that I am able lo I serve. My past experience as a I veteran has given me an excellent background for this kind of work." During the past emergency, Dr. Klein served as chief a' raid warden of Miami Beach, and now also heads the Jewish War Veterans, Freda Markowitz Post as commander. Buy More War Bonds. Palm Beach Notes MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative The boys from Boca Raton and Morrison Field were entertained at a picnic Sunday, April 29 at Dubois Camp. Jupiter. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Blumberg, Lou and Hannabelle Blumberg. Mrs. Drevitch, Mr. and Mrs. H. Metz, Lillian Metz. Cpl. Martin Pinca, Sylvia Rotfeld, Doris Blitchcr, Muriel Schutzer and Ethel Smith. Ian activity party last Saturday honoring their pledge mothers [and the outstanding pledges of the year. Esther Barash was awarded the pledge cup for having been the best pledge of the year. West Palm Beach A'rrny & Navy Committee in cooperation with B'nai B"rith arranged for transportation of girls and refreshments for the boys of Boca Raton after Friday night services. Herman Held, son of Mrs. Pearl Held, 729 Penn St., who recently spent a short time with his family here, has left for New London, Conn., where he has entered Officers' School, U. S. Martime Service, at Fort Trumbrill. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Inctz, | 636'a Datura, announce the birth of a daughter, Rita, at Good Samaritan hospital. Delta Phi Epsilon pledges gave First Lt. Leonard Dobrow, 440 El Vedado, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dobrow, was among antitank men of the 22nd Infantry Regiment of the 7th Army which drove across the Rhine and pursued the Germans 65 miles east i of the river before they met any organized resistance. He wears i the Presidential Citation ribbon j for the break-through at St. Lo, I France and his division was the first to fight on German soil in this war and the first to breach the Siegfried line. Lt. Dobrow has two brothers in the service. Pvt. William DoI brow, of Signal Corps, husband i of Mrs. Lillian Dobrow of 440 El Vedado, who entered the servj ice last April and has been in the Philippine Islands for the past six months; and Pfc. Morton Dobrow, Medical Corps, Italy. Both Lt. Dobrow and Pvt. Morton Dobrow entered the service in 1942. FACTS ON FURS By S. I. DESTRO Miami Furriers, Inc. In this week's issue I would like to acquaint you with a lew of the TRADE PRACTICE RULES FOR FUR INDUSTRY. Rule 1. MISREPRESENTATION OF PRODUCTS: It is an unfair trade practice to use. in advertisements or on labels, tags, brands or otherwise anv description, or representation of any fur which deceptively conceals'the true name or nature of the fur with the tendency and capacity or effect of misleading or deceiving, prospective purchasers, or the consuming public. Rule 2. FICTIOUS ANIMAL DESIGNATION: It is an unfair trade practice to use, falsely or deceptively in advertisements, labels, tags, brands or other representations of furs, any trade name, coined name, or other name or words descriptive of the fur as being the fur of an animal which is in fact non-existent Rule 3. MISUSE OF THE WORD GENUINE: It is an unfair trade practise to use the word "genuine" to describe a fur which has been processed or dyed to imitate the fur of an animal known by another name in commerce and in zoo| logy. For example, the following | I should not be used: GENUINE MINK MARMOT GENUINE NORTHERN SEAL Rule 4. PASSING OFF DOMESTIC FURS AS IMPORTED. FURS: Selling, or offering for sale, ad-, vertising. describing, branding, 1 labeling, or otherwise representing any fur or fur product as imported, when such is not the fact, is an unfair trade practice. NOTE. In order properly to describe a fur, the correct name of the fur must be the last word of the description, and if any of the fur must be the last word of the description, and if any dye or blend is used simulating another fur, the word "dyed" or blended must be inserted between the name signifying the fur that is simulated and the true name of the fur. as, for example, "Seal Dyed Muskrat. For further details call Miami Furriers. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS IIKItKHY GIVEN that Hi,underaiffned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Swafford Auto Parta at 1288 N. W. il-nd SI., .Miami, Florida, intends to reglBter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. HI KS ,. m :l SWAFFORD Sole Owner MELTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant. 5 ll-lg-85 1/1-8 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP NOTICE li hereby given that the partnership lately subsisting between the undersigned CKI.IA SKOAL, and UtviNt! F1EN, carrying on the business M the KLAMJNUO COFFEE COMPANY :i t 112 N. K. Twelfth Street, Miami, Florida. Dade County, was ,.n the twenty-eighth day of April. 1945 dissolved by mutual consent, and that the business In future will be carried on by CEL1A SKOAL, alone, who will pay and discharge all debts and liabilities and receive all moneys payable to 'lie said late firm. IRVING FIEN CKI.IA BEOAIi SILVER, KAPLAN A D1ETZ Attorneys 5 l-ll NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of J & M Equipment Co. (not Inc.) successors to K J Equipment Co. tnol Inc.) at 918 N. Miami Avenue Intend lo register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, MolSKIS l'ONCHKK JOSEPH WEINBERQ MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants :. 11-18-23 ii/i-S FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 Key West Notes Residents of Key West participated in a memorial service to the late Franklin D. Roosevelt April 15 in Bay View Park. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17 157—Acts of 1985 File A 8(72 NOTICE IS IIKItKHY GIVEN that Mi n iVlperl holder "f city of Miami Bench Tax Certificate No. 65 Issued the 4th day of July, A.D. 1938. I.as filed same In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property In the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt: I."! 12, Blk. 1. Palm Island. Recorde.l I'lat Ilk. •;. 1" .VI. Pub. Rec. Dade Co. Fla„ ::i the City of Miami Beach, Count] ol Dnde, Stale of Florida. The issi tsment <>f said property under the said certificate was in the name Douglas Road ,' 10R E at "tends to register ,',,*„'*' %  Horii Clerk of the Circuit .•"* *Kaui County. Florida "" Con of Kg MYERS A HELM \N ''^MAttorneys 4/27 6/4-11-18-2 3 NOT CE T^^^oT NOTICE S'HEREBV* 8 !" JESSIE L. ZLCK i 1..V, VEN "at sUjiiee of city uf MkiSiTS a M float** Numbered 4 ,7 &5 CS. 42OT. 4203, 4204. V iV? 1 '. K ated ,n th e 7tn ">' of June*/",* 7 has filed said Krtlflcate. t U ls flee, and has made ., ",>,,">>'ON tax deed to issue theri-o V aUon '< kt 15, Block 8 n HelKhu. in the City of M?"„? r Vlew of Dade, State of KloVlda"' %  C ount, braced in Certificate No 41S i m assessment of said pr.Lr.l Th the said Certificate Iss'uTwa, iffT of Unknown. a '" 'he name. Lot 16, LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. A serviceman's Passover Seder, sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare Board, was held at Key West Congregation March 28. Among those participating were Lazarus Lehrer, rabbi of the Congregation, and Benjamin Lambert, director of the USO Jewish Welfare Board. MENI Want To Grow Hair? Phone for Appointment Miss Hartley 3-4851 FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring tha Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pio I CksaAM duett and Ice Cream i-USLC • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE *^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*M**W% Washington (JTA) — Sumner! Welles, former Under-Secretaiy of State, has branded as an "outrageous falsification" a story appearing in the newspaper "El Panama America," in Panama City, which quoted him as having stated that the natural resources of Latin-America must be freed from the control of "foreign I Jews." Stockholm (JTA)—The persecution of the Danish Jews by the Germans became a signal for thousands of persons to actively participate in the resistance movement. Prof. Mogens Fogh Minister for Special Affairs in the Danish Government, said in one of the first broadcasts on the liberated Danish radio. 'In an earlier broadcast, S. B Jensen, director of the Danish state radio, reviewing radio activities under the occupation, said that one of the first steps of the Uermans was to remove all Jewish employees and to ban the %  works of Jewish authors and I composers He said that he was ^n e K ncd Wlth a court marti al ^t e h n e h Jew P s r0teStedthCCXPUlsi0n MATTRESSES RENOVATED!!! One Day Service All Work Guaranteed SUNLIGHT UPHOLSTERY PHONE 2-8768 General Landscaping SOIL, SOD AND FILL Try Us For Estimate All Work Satisfactory MAC'S NURSERY Phone 7-0060 Block 8, Oraan %  Heghts. In the City of Mami rVlew of Dade. Stnte of Florida TivJ£ 0UM > P in Certificate No. HBf Th^ ."* meat of said property under ,£"***• C r.V f L ca,e l88ued %  the si* of Unknown. ,ne n me Lot 17, Block 8, Ocean m Heights, In the City of MKmi r Vlew of bade, State of 9l£ff'l&S I.raced in Certificate N„ r i '-L Cm sessment of said nroiicrtv ,,'„i ." said Certificate iisJio *was *ta S* name of Unknown. s ln the braced in Certificate No MM TT" assessment of said tironertv" \J* %  he aid Oitlflente ISSU.M "was in hi name of Unknown. n lhe Lot 19. Block 8, Ocean vi.BrifgtjL in the City of MtaSf Corns of bade, state of Ploridi, asTmI.raced In Certificate No V-irt TTL assessment of said moiwrlt ,,„?! the said CertlHcate J..TS In" name of Unknown. Ixt 20. Block 8, Ocean Vlw "r"!^, 8 L" ,he C1,v "' M^ml Coun" of Dnde, State of Florida, a emlirS In CerUflcate No. M Th S RSSStii."? i"--;""-"*under thTS Inknown SUed Was in ,he mmt "' HelKhts, in the City of Miami, Coun.tr of Hade state of Plorlds, u embraced In Certificate No, 4206 The assessment of said property under the said Certificate issued was ln the name of Unknown. „ l fl. 2 -1, nlo <-l< R. Ocean View HelShtS, in the City of Miami. Counlr of IJacle. State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 4207. The assess!V p '!.., of sald Property under the said 1 ertiflcate issued was in the name of I. nknown. Unless said Certificates shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed "ill issue thereon on the 31st day of May, A. D. 1945. T ,ate '' thin 2'.th day of April, A. D. R. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. Dade _, County. Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) Ry I-. at. JOHN-SON'. D. C. 4/27 5/4-11-18 -25 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457—Acts of 1935 File A SS69 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Morrla Alpert holder of Slate and County Tax Certificate No. 367 issued the 2nd day of September. A.D, 1935, has filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be issue,1 thereon. Slid Certificate embraces the following described property In the County of Dade. State of Florida, to-wlt: I-ot 19. Blk. 8. Nautilus Addition.* Subdn., I'lat Book S. Pane i:ii>, in the County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate w.is in the name of ('has. A. Root, Unless said certificate shall he redeemed according to law. the property described therein will I"' sold I" the highest bidder at the Court HolW door on the first Monday In the month of June. 1*45, which is th.4th day of June. 1!I4.'>. Dated this 2nd day of May. IMo. E. B. EBATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit <;pu"' Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) „ Bv L. M. JOHNSON. D. C. .V4-11-1R-23 Alka-Seltzer 1 \v C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. eMAMw^ Satisfaction Guaranteed MASON — CONCRETE & CARPENTRY and Insured 35539 KV DR. MELIf [AVE you tried Ali,-s.-lirer for Gas on Stomach, Sour Stomach. "Morninc After and Cold DUtrua? If not. why not? r. .•..„,,t, i p m mpt in c, un effective. Thirty ctnta and Slaty cents. NERVINE pOR relief from Functional Nervoua Ij„turbances auch as SlpIrssnMs, Crankiness. K>rithibt .. Narnea Ucadach* and N.rToua Indiaestion Tsjitata iit and 75. Liquid 25* and ll.oe. Read directiona and UM only aa directed. ANTI-PAIN PILL Headsche, MascuUr Paina or Functional Monthly f''";-" for 12S forll.t. Got th-m at your drug store. Read directions and m on | v „ ji rmr ,^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl>' the underslened, deslrinK to '"K' *\ in business under the fictitious name of Dade Construction Company M f Calumet Building, Miami, Florida intend to register said nams withiu Clerk of the Circuit Court of I> County. Florida. ,. w .. r lU -p MURRAY KASTOFF WALTER A. Ilthnt 5/4-11-18-25 /l NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457—Acts of W NOTICE IS^ERfinV OIVBMW. John William Hood holder <>; .„ and County Tax Certificate >-^ D Issued the 3rd day of AURU". d 1936, has flld same 'n. m > ,. "deed has made application '"''."..'".iflcate to be issued thereon. Said l em d embraces the followlnR %  s ale property In the County of vaai. of Florida, to-wlt: ..„, Shops Lot 12, Block 19. R""," r, tft Addn., a Sub., Plat Book I, •'*, „f In the County of Dade, W Florida. „.,,., nrpDirt' The assessment of JJ"J"j, tM under the said certifieste vias name of (iarclous M a rtmeii' a re Unless said certificate aha* %  y deemed according to law. 'J'J to the described therein will be ,a goes* highest bidder at the i."" he mootk door on the first M.nda in tne ^ „, of June. 1945, wtilch U th* ,u June. 19*5. „, vj,v, Isff Dated th,. E 2nd da^o^, M ,N, ( (Circuit Court ^.D JO „ N SON. ft C 6/4-11-18-25 i5X*s^^'j^ HBD^BBlHiBBBlBaBfl



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DAY-MAY 11, 1945 fJfnistiihridicif] PAGE ELEVEN \m r""" ,,.....,. .,..,.T ., r ._...,,,_...,,.. ALL OUT FOR THE Their "Quota" may be DEATH Your Quota is Bigger Bonds A S TIIE tempo of war in. creases ... as the lines of communication grow longer ... as the need for new guns, tanks, planes grows more urgent ... the cost of the war is at an all-time high. That is reason Number 1 whyevery American must back this MIGHTY 7TH War Loan Drive beyond all limits of what he thinks he can afford. Reason Number 2 is that this is really lico drives in one. By this time last year, you subscribed to two War Loans. BUY MORE AND BIGGER BONDS Yes, the need is greater than ever before. And YOU • • • everybody ... must invest a greater portion of your income ... of your cash reserves ... hi War Bonds Now! Study the chart on this page. Figure out your personal quota— and make ill You know that War Bonds are the safest investment in the world... that you get back at maturity 84 for every 83 you invest... that they safeguard your future security and that you can cash them in on a moment's notice in case of emergency. So let's go, Americans! Buy bigger bonds and more of them! r...H..J. .rr-— ^ ., % %  % %  %  !.! % % % %  M-1-^..IL.I Jfl W3*:tCi ^LA w r Mi* 1 1 i jHrP*/ <8& gp V^r /** f : JSF$& IK* *?5i-j| %  aaav^Baaair %  JW(B F Y^-^m i SEL* 1 "^? • J w mm m W& "X* • i Sot L. >| WAR LOAN *rk ^People's Quota: 7 Billion Dollars Ijftt^loughtaMM Hoad. Hialeah teh,* c ieane !" I •. Miami Beach L "" M| ami Beach tff Food Restaurant LB, Miam Beach s£ttnrteas* 1 •JYoy Stevens Markets 2201 N. W. 62nd St.—7-3085 2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd.—4-1685 The Miami Conservatory oi Music 1737 N. Bayshore Dr. Lester F. Rlebel—Painting Contractor 8160 N. W. 14th Av. Minna Lee Importers, Inc. 603 Lincoln Road Nuta's Yacht Basin 1884 N. W. N. River Dr. Charles Hotel 1475 Collins Ave. Tom & Chester Blasiak Custom Tailors 14 N. E. lit Ave. Blscayne Fruit & Vegetable Co. 316 W. Flagler St. White Service Station & Garage 870 W. Flagler St. Evergreen Nurseries 2010 8. W. 17th Ava. Moulton's Grocery & Market 2152 N. W. 27th Ave. Roberts Grocery 2809 N. W. 17th Ave. International Fine Arts Galleries 1130 Lincoln Road Louis J. Sonneborn 916 42nd St. Siesta Apartments 1110 Euclid Ave. R. E. Lembo—Tailoring 600 Lincoln Road Morris S. Rubin 2420 Flamingo Dr. Tudor Hotel 1111 Collins Ave. Price's Service Station 5700 S. W. 8th St. Miami Sea Food Co. 678 N. W. 5th St. G. D. Marple Electric Co. 233 Halcyon Arcade Day & Nite Curb Market 47 N. W. 79th St. Davis Paint & Body Shop 1479 S. W. 6th St. Carson Motor bin 843 N. E. 2nd Ave. Peters Atlantic Service Station & Garage 5735 N. E. 2nd Ave. Calmay Nursery—Shrubbery 3401 N. W. 46th St. Pony Club—Restaurant 2100 N. W. 27th Avs. Lincoln Food Market 3305 Douglas Road Thirty-Sixth Street Poultry Market 660 N. W. 36th St. National Produce Co.. Inc. 2186 N. W. 13th Ave. Belford Produce & Trucking Co. 1800 N. W. 7th Ave. %  IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHII



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fJewisti ftcridliian PAGE THREE KTAGHOSS*£2 TO KEIVE DEGREE J^ffi ?? fa*>Mhmreceived a bid to I" 18 ". 0, mm" Phi. honorary JouriTbeta M ., nd W8 s inducted PMSteWt week. She to a EffSthe Northwestern Un£ r ud ,v School of Journalism and feivc he master 1 degree E, September. IffiMS CHAPTER HOLDS BSwn? RITE '/'.uJcDav at a social to be ^MondVy at the home of Mr. rflfa Morton Russack. 903 K, 46th St.. Miami Beach, befedy 3 skiTa m nd a "pleasant LJ^e" are on the agenda for jte eveningLKLEINTOTALK [lOlWV MONDAY Di Maurice Klein, commander i t i, e Freda Markowitz Post, wish War Veterans, will ad„ress a joint meeting of men and foraen's auxiliary Monday eveLe at Beth David. Mrs. Ida Mae LeVine, auxiliary Esident, urges all members to MEETINGS ARRANGED FOR HAR OLD B SPAET A series of gatherings have been arranged by prominent Miami Beach residents on behalf of the candidacy of Harold B. Spaet. Spaet has qualified as a candidate for the Miami Beach City Council, with the election set for June 5. He will address these gatherings and tell his many friends of his plans as councilman for Miami Beach. "It is my belief," he stated, "that serving Miami Beach as a councilman is a 12-month job. It requires study, patience, and plenty of hard work. I am prepared to serve." He was appointed associate municipal court judge in 1944 and is a member of the law firm of Nathanson, Oka and Spaet. CHILDREN'S HOME OFFICERS INSTALLED A meeting of the newly installed officers and board members of the Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children-Denver will be held Tuesday, May 15, at 1 p. m., at the home of the president, Mrs. Irving Miller 520 S. W. 26th Road. Discussions will be held on the plans for the summer. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. GIVE NOW To Conquer Cancer The American Cancer Society is a nation-wide, charitable, nonprofit organization pledged to conduct an unrelenting war on Cancer. I Your contribution is necessary if America is going to be I tuccessiul in combating the high death rate of Cancer. IHoney given is divided three ways: EDUCATION: Learn the Cancer Danger Signals hoi you may live. Go to a reputable physician ior examination and treatment. Accept no quack, sure-cure treatment—only x-ray. radium and surgery can fight Cancer. RESEARCH: Give all you can that scientists may increase I our knowledge of Cancer and its cure. TREATMENT FACILITIES: More and better treatment centers are needed to help ease the suffering of Cancer "ctims. One out of eight die from Cancer. 163,000 Ameri| ns will die in 1945 from Cancer. Know These CancerDanger Signals • Any sore that does not heal—particularly about the tongue, mouth or lip. 2 A painless lump of thickening, especially on the breast, lip or tongue. 3 hregular bleeding or discharge from any natural body opening, or the nipple. *• Progressive change in the color or size of a wart, •nole or birthmark. 5. Per •sistent indigestion. Persistent hoarseness, unexplained cough, or difflc lty in swallowing. • Any change in normal bowel habits. American Cancer Society ^ADQUARTERS: 843 INGRAHAM BUILDING TELEPHONES: 2-2671. 3-3005 GUARD THOSE YOU LOVE GIVE NOW TO CONQUER CANCER BISCAYNE TO OPEN Lifting of the ban Wednesday on "animal racing" brings dog racing back to Miami for at least 15 days. The Biscayne Kennel club announced that it will open next Tuesday night. NEW APPROACH IN RADIO ADVERTISING AIC REIECTS PROPOSAL FOR A UNITED FRONT (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) tary of State Stetinius expressing the hope that Jewish rights with regard to Palestine will not be overlooked in any formula which the security conference will adopt in connection with the projected system for international trusteeships for mandated areas. At a press conference, Henry Monsky revealed that the American Jewish Conference representatives are carefully studying the British, American and other drafts on trusteeship plans and, within a few days, will make public their observations on the subject. Meanwhile, he said, the American Jewish Conference, in its letter to Mr. Stettinius, has advanced the following demands: 1. "Any plan for international trusteeships in succession to the existing mandate system of the League of Nations should be sufficiently flexible and broad in scope to permit within its framework the solution of the Palestine problem in accordance with the underlying intent and purpose of the Balfour Declaration and the Palestine mandate. 2. "Nothing shall be included which would be inconsistent with or prejudicial to the special rights of the Jewish people under the Balfour Declaration and the Palestine Mandate, and all such rights should be expressly reserved and safeguarded." The representatives of the American Jewish Conference also requested that Mr. Stettinius arrange a meeting for them with the members of the American delegation so that they may discuss this problem. CONSTITUTION OF COUNCIL REVI SED The constitution of the Hillel Advisory Council was revised and ratified at a meeting of the group last week. The changes include the revision of the structure of the council and the formulation of new regulations for its composition. Seventeen members will comprise the council, five to elected by Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith, three by the B'nai B'rith women, and nine by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Starting January 1, 1946, a certain number will be elected for a period of 3, 2 and 1 year terms and tenure now will expire as of that time. At a meeting Tuesday afternoon, the B'nai B'rith auxiliary chose Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein and Mrs. Ida Optner as its representatives to the council. Sholem Lodge elected Louis Heiman, Dr. Herman Meyer, Sam B. Miller, Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum and Harold Turk as its delegates to the council. Vacancies created by one reason or another will be filled by each organization. Purpose of the organization as stated will be to aid and assist in an advisory capacity the HUlei director, the Hillel foundation at the University of Miami, and to bring about a close relationship between the Greater Miami Community and such Hillel foundations. Buy More War Bonds! The need is greater than ever. A novel approach in radio "spot advertising" has been adopted by the "Zukernick for Council" campaign. Favorable comment has been received by the new idea which present campaign messages in verse. One of the announcements now being used is As all Beach voters plainly know. The city's progress has been slow. Once in, a councilman may coast And of his idle efforts boast. But if you want improvements quick, Just cast your vote for Zukernick. Registration deadline is May 15th —act now—vote Harry Zukernick to City Council. B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG WOMEN INSTALL MRS ABE SILBER DIES IN TAMPA Mrs. Abe Silber, 31, died in Tampa, Wednesday morning, Mrs. Silber, the former Mildred Hirsch, was born in Bradley Beach, N. J. and came to Miami ten years ago. Besides her husband, Mrs. Silber leaves a three-week old baby son. The Rose Chapter of the B'nai B'rith Young Women held their formal installation at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle, the organization's sponsor, on Monday, May 7. Guest speakers included Mrs. Sam Silver, who served as installing officer. Mrs. Silver presented the chapter with a table size American flag in a metal base. Miss Ruth Sherman, the ngwly installed president, gave a short speech accepting a blue and white ribboned gavel from Mrs. Weinkle. Poetry by Edna St. Vincent Milay was recited by Miss Rosalie Nepin and a number of popular tunes were sung by the Misses Joan Kohen and Muriel I'usUi. accompanied on the piano by Miss Edith Schulman. The newly elected committee chairmen are Miss Beatrice Ginsburgh, religious; Mrs. George Hornick, social; Mrs. Jeffrey M. Kaufman, community and war service; Mrs. Norman Reinhard, cultural and publicity. TOP SOIL MUCK AND MARL We Spread Bitter Blue Sod All Work Guaranteed Prompt Service PHONE 3-6933 "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN Pd. Pol. Adv. Buy More War Bonds. FOR gYE ARS stewM*? lepjfo AMERICAN ddeols From its inception, as former partners of Markowitz 8c Resnick. contractors for high grade plumbing and heating, MARKOWITZ BROS, has abided closely to the high ideals established by its founders in 192S. Throughout the 20 years of continuous service to the public, the wisdom of strict adherence to policy has been demonstrated constantly. Because of these high standards of business operation, the name MARKOWITZ BROS, has come to symbolize "Quality" Plumbing and Heating. The public, through long years of peace and war, has looked upon this organization with justifiably high regard. Today you can still depend on MARKOWITZ BROS, for the very latest developments in plumbing and heating, and for the same superior service that has marked our growth through the past twenty years. brkowifzBros. H E A XING PLUMBIN6POWER PIPING CONTRACTORS 329 W. Flagler St. BEN MARKOWITZ Phone 3-3351 NATHAN MARKOWITZ ELECT HARRY ZUKERNICK TO City Council ATTORNEY AND CIVIC LEADER 10 Years Serving Community Interests of Miami Beach Registrations Close May 15th Pd. Pol. Adv.



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If PAGE FOUR +Je*ist norMiari 'A \ 0 The Jewish Floridian 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 i, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1945 IYAR 28, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 19 DOUBLY SIGNIFICANT Jjhabuoth has a double meaning in Jewish history. It is a festival of the harvest, and it is also a remembrance for the giving of the Law. This year, the holiday takes on added significance. It comes at a time when news of our complete victory over the Nazis reaches us. If ever a day deserved to be a holiday, such a day—delieverance from the foulest blot on the history of humanity— deserves to be a holiday. The holiday near which V-E day falls well deserves the honor that is accorded to it. As has been said, it is the day of remembrance for the giving of the Law. The Law—it is that which Hitler and the Nazis set themselves to overthrow. They would give us a new law instead— the Law of Might to replace the law of Right. The courts were made a mockery, the most elementary of human rights were scorned—murder and slavery were exalted. Humanity was threatened not only with a loss of all that it had achieved in ethical development since the giving of the Law on Sinai, but with a retrogression to a code that must have been deemed brutal in the Stone Age. The very beasts, whom we call brutes, would not deign to live by such a code. It would seem that so monstrous a doctrine would by its very absurdity suffer immediate collapse—but a mighty army was ready to foist it on the throats of a whole world—and in all the lands, there were vicious elements ready to accept its contagion. It is from this plague that we have been delivered. No greater plague ever befell humanity. Today, from Sinai to Philadelphia and San Francisco—let all men rejoice. Let the trumpets blow. With the psalmist let us repeat: "This is the Day which the Lord made, let us rejoice and be glad on it." BIG FOUR POLICY IS BEING WELDED (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) possibility of exercising influence on Palestine's fate. Other important differences between the U. S. and British recommendations are also attracting the attention of Jewish Agency experts. Under the U. S. plan a trustee administering a mandated territory would have to submit an annual report to the General Assembly, while under the British plan the trustee would render annual reports only to the Economic and Social Council of the international machinery and only on questions concerning the economic and social advancement of the inhabitants. In the case of Palestine this would mean that Britain as trustee would be under no obligation to render any report on political affairs and problems of the country. The American plan on trusteeship is also preferred by Jewish Agency leaders because it contains a provision that petitions can be submitted by interested parties to the General Assembly or the trusteeship council. No such provision is contained in the British plan. The American plan also empowers the General Assembly and the trusteeship council to institute investigations. The British plan does not mention the subject of investigations. J^AY^MAY^ -TIDBITS FROM EVHl iPJtMtfy eonfidentid -By PHINEAS I. BIRONSERVICEMEN CAN NOW HOME FOR AGED OBTAIN KOSHER FOOD, OFFICIALLY OPENS Observant Jewish servicemen The Jewish Home for the Aged on all fighting fronts overseas and in military camps throughout this country can now receive a regular supply of kosher food on a weekly basis through the Jewish Servicemen's Religious Bureau, it was announced by Rabbi Solomon Ort, director of the bureau. The Jewish Servicemen's Religious Bureau, which is a division of the Agudath Israel Youth Council of America, a national orthodox Jewish youth organization, has expanded its Kosher Food Department to make possible the weekly shipment of packages throughout the world contaning substantial kosher food items. The packages include kosher canned meats, canned fish, cheese, etc. This service is extended gratis upon the direct request of any servicemen who cannot reimburse the expenses incurred. Complete information can be obtained by writing directly to the Jewish Servicemen's Religious Bureau, 113 West 42nd St., New York 18. N. Y. The kosher food department is only one of the many services sponsored by the Bureau to enable Jewish servicemen to cope with their religious problems. Louis J. Septimus is chairman of the bureau. SHIPPING COMPANY IS ESTABLISHED Tel Aviv (JTA)—The establishment of a Jewish shipping company, capitalized at $2,000,000, was announced here by BarKochba Merfcwitz, head of the Jewish Agency's maritime department. Merowitz said he is leaving for London shortly to negotiate with British shipping circles and to secure their cooperation. The Arab newspaper Falastin reports that a group of Arab capitalists at Jaffa have decided to establish an Arab shipping company, which will also have a capital of $2,000,000. Its ships would ply the Mediterranean using Jaffa as a home port. will officially open its doors June 15, Alfred B. Rosenstein, president, announced this week. At a meeting of board members Tuesday evening arrangements were completed and preparations made to house the aged. Last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Danziger entertained members of the auxiliary in celebration of their 26th wedding anniversary, and in the evening tendered a '"Victory" dinner in the Garden Restaurant for members of both boards. The Ladies Auxiliary of the organization will present a Mother's Day program Sunday at 3 p. m. at the home. 335 S. W. 12th Ave. Mrs. Rebecca Levine heads the arrangement committee, which consists of Mrs. Paul Raff. Mrs. Morris Bear, Mrs. Harry Danziger, Mrs. Fannie Land. Mrs. Joe Zalis, Mrs. J. C. Gould and Mrs. Lena Mason. COMMISSARIAT FOR JEWISH AFFAIRS ENDS Sofia (JTA)—The Ministry of the Interior announced today the abolishment of the Commissariat for Jewish Affairs established by the former pro-German regime. Some of the functions of the commissariat, the announcement said, will be assumed by the Jewish consistory. The establishment of a Jewish anti-fascist organization here, named after the noted Soviet writer and war correspondent Ilya Ehrenburg, was suggested today after it was announced that the national executive committee jf the Fathcrhland Front has decided to dissolve the national minorities committee of the organization. The new organization, its sponsors state, could assume the duties of the Jewish section of the Fatherland Front, but would have no party affiliations. JERUSALEM EX-MUFTI NOW ON SWISS SOIL London (JTA)—The Ex-Muiti of Jerusalem this week landed on Swiss soil, near Berne, in a German military plane, together with members of his staff. Swiss authorities immediately ordered the plane back across the frontier. Haj Amin El-Husseine, who organized the 1936-39 revolt in Palestine, was reported last week attempting to find asylum in Yugoslavia. Early in April reports were current that he was attempting to reach safety at Mecca. Buy War Bonds and Stamps. KAPPELL TO BE HEARD OVER NBC NETWORK William Kapell, brilliant young concert pianist, nephew of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. will be heard over the NBC network, this Sunday afternoon, 5 p. m. Dr. Frank Black conducting. This will mark the 58th concert this youthful and highly gifted young pianist has given this season. Recently he was signed by the RCA. Vistor for recordings. He promised his uncle. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, that he'll give a concert in Miami Beach next season, for i nefit of the Jewish National Fund. MOTHER'S DAY PARTY BY CIRCLE CLUB Women's Club of the Workmen's Circle, Branch 692 are arranging a Mother's Day "Get Together" party, Sunday 7 p. m. at the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave. Members and friends are invited to attend. Mrs. G. Laufman of Chicago, who is the newly-elected president of the Women's Supreme Council of B'nai B'rith, representing 60.000 women members ?, ,P' nai 1 £ nth throughout the U. S. and Canada. ler s V-E AND MOTHER'S DAY BY BETH DAVID A combined V-E and Mothci Day program will be presented D r .u the s^dents and parents of Beth David Congregation by members of Mrs. Patricia Ball's group and the Young Judea membership on Sunday morning at 10:30 am Members and friends are invited. Buy More War Bonds. INTERNATIONAL Flash! ... The San Francisco Conference o Nations is expected to make a pronouncement on th t 8 guestion ... It will express itself in favor of a bill ( v^ rights originally proposed by the American Jewish r ^ ... The Conference will refrain from any stateme f 1 Jewish commonwealth in Palestine Whil e manv D ""I correspondents were still cooling their heels, Gersh ?*''' sky, publisher of the Palestine Post, who is now in this 1 B received a priority for his plane trip to San Francisco wh^' is covering the Conference Why bandmaster Art V% \ felt impelled to compose a national anthem for Saudi k w\ remains a mystery to us Surely Artie knows that Ibn ^\ ruler of that country, is one of the virulent exponents nf I Jewish policy in the Near East The little Republic of H duras has just passed a law which disqualifies all foreianwl persons who have lived in the country less than forty v from doing business there ... If enforced, that law will aH matically strangle economically all refugees in Honduras Winchell confides that he has heard that German civilians no' try to convince their Allied captors that they are really aj Nazi by claiming to have Jewish relatives. YOU SHOULD KNOW .. Dr. Edward C. Lindeman, professor of Social Philosophy at the New York School of Social Work, recently made a study I of the Jewish problem ... He estimates that there are from twelve to fifteen million Americans who could easily h> swayed to participate in a program of violent anti-Semitism The trial of the case of the young Jew Anmuth, who was beaten up by Philadelphia policemen last year, has been postponed again, because Judge Bluett disqualified himself on a I technicality Orchids to Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg of the Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto, Canada, for his courageous stand on the separation of church and state The question has become an issue because of the introduction of religion instruction in the public schools. FINANCIAL REPORT ... We have received for the Sergeant Meyer Levin MemorialI Fund a total of S20 Our thanks to H. J. Ehrens, Miami, Fla., S5; Tilda Schoor, Miami, Fla., $5; Maurice A. Bergman,! New York City, $5; Joseph Brainin, New York City, S4; Joseph! Morrison, Detroit, Mich., SI. NEWS BITS ... The fifteenth anniversary celebration of the Jewish People's J Fraternal Order of the International Workers' Order will take place at Madison Square Garden on May 26 ... On that oc[ casion the Order will present to Mrs. Judith Epstein, president! of Hadassah, a check for S50.000 for the Hadassah hospital inl Jerusalem Congratulations to Ykuf, the Jewish culture or-[ ganization, for its memorial publication on the occasion of the! 30th anniversary of the death of J. L. Peretz Bernard G,| Richards scores a scoop in the April 27 issue of the Congress Weekly, where he reveals the atrocity record of the Palestineborn German Karl Eichman Eichman acted as executive | agent of the grand mufti in Germany. READER'S GUIDE Shalom Asch has just completed a booklet entitled "Epistle I to Christians" It's a J'Accuse directed against those who poison Christians against Jews by branding us as "Christ-1 killers" "Great Negro Americans" by Ben Richardson, coming out this month, should be read by all who are con-1 cerned about interracial good will in this country The radio script "The Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto," to which the Writers' War Board awarded a special citation, may be made into a movie Martin Panzer's "Get a Kick Out of Living" will be published on May 23 Martin, who is one of the executives of the United Palestine Appeal, is also the author of "It's Your j Future," now in its fifth edition. ABOUT PEOPLE Dr. Stephen S. Wise, just recovered from a bad cold, was the most surrounded personality at the recent reception give" by the acting Consul General of the USSR in New York % % %  The next day, against his physician's orders, he left for San Francisco One of the Soviet officials said, when he was introduced to Dr. Wise: "I've heard of you ... You are the Jewish Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin all in one" • A""* 15 sador Lawrence Steinhardt, who will be the first American envoy to liberated Czechoslovakia, is now on his way to Pro?" Lehman Brothers recently purchased a sizable bloc 20th Century-Fox stock Mrs. Gabriel Hamburger has been suggested as the second most-beloved Jewish woman in Arneica The collection of documents on famous women ,, he Connecticut College is instituting will include the papers ol tn late Belle Moskowitz, who so ably advised Al Smith in his P" 0lie career. NEW PERSHING RESTAURANT 228 N. 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PAGE TEN 9-Jmistncrldllati FRIDAY. MAY H.194S %  i \ Describe it to me, will you, Mac ? "Yeah, I hear 'em yelling. "This is what I used to dream about in the jungle. God, if I could only see for just five seconds. "That girl there —is she laughing ... or crying? I had a girl —once. Sure I wrote her when this happened to me. I told her I was tired of her. What else could I say? "Listen to that newsboy... 'GERMANY FINISHED!' I'd give anything to see those headlines. What else does it say? Anything about the Pacific? I hope you guys realize there's still the Pacific. "Yeah. I was there, all right If you could have seen what I saw, you wouldn't need to read any War Bond ads. Kids you grew up with, with their faces smashed to bits. Nothing left of your best friend but his helmet landing in your lap. Made me kind of mad, I guess. They say I was still fighting when I couldn't see any more. "Yeah, it's bad enough. But it makes it worse when you hear someone saying the war's practically over. Acting as if it's time to ease up on War Bonds and all. Then you wonder what you did it for. It's not over yet. Those Japs can do a lot of damage. I ought to know. "Do me a favor, will you, Mac? Keep on buying War Bonds for my buddies out there. And put a little extra in for my sake, will you?" KEEP ON BUYING BONDS TILL IT'S OVER, OVER THERE! This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisement—prepared under the auspices of Treasury Department and War Advertising Council and made possible by the following public spirited business firms and individuals. Tindell Grocery Co. 2220 N. W. 36th St. S. A. Freel Dist. Co. 3002 N. E. Ut Ct. Stylecraft Bag Mlgs. 1320 N. Miami Ave. Frank Straw, Electrical Contractor 1236 N. E. 2nd Ave. Happy Hour Tavern 3680 Coral Way Normandy Resident & Day School 1021 Biarritz Dr., Miami Beach Grand National Importers let Trutt Bldg. Sungas Company Now .t-2960 N. W. 24th sT-5p h 3-3685 Miami Beach 1st National Bank 1651 Alton Ra\. Miami Beach Bill & Jennie's Grill "!£! A UM th Beef • 227 W. Flaoler St. Famous Nurserf 3498 S. W. 8th St Rehberg Grocery i>* 4844 N. W. 27tH MJ Tony's Curb Mark 401 N. W. 79th St. Bagwell's MarW 6800 N. W. "" J I Peters Atlantic Service Slf Garage 7535 N. E. 2no Ave.^ 71.t St Service Sr 337 71ft St Thornton's Grocerf! 10 1 N. W. 2 h St %  51



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%  > \ %  PAGE TWO 9-Jewish noridiain^ FRIDAY, MAY n, PERSONALS Mrs. Freda Lutsky and Mrs. Philip Salmon, both of Miami Beach, are spending several weeks in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller, 918 S. W. 4th St., received a cablegram from their son, Murray, who has been a prisoner-ofwar in Germany. The cablegram stated that he was well and would write soon. A surprise handkerchief shower was given Wednesday by Mrs. Herman Wronker at her home honoring Miss Elyse Newman, bride elect. Miss Newman's marriage to Seymour Gladstone, BM 1/c, will be an early June event. Mrs. Helen Rosenstein, known to the community as "Aunt Helen," left Tuesday for New York where she will undergo an eye operation. Mrs. Rosenstein resides here with her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein, who have recently moved to 4342 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach. While in New York, she will visit with another nephew, Aaron Rosenstein, who made the arrangements for her trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kandel, 169 N. W. 24th St., are leaving this week for Washington, D. C. to visit relatives and friends. They expect to be away several weeks. Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, formerly of Miami and now residing at Columbia, S. C. is here for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. George Chcrtkof, who is convalescing from an illness at her home, 1751 S. W. 16th Ter. BRISM Brism for the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar E. Van Damm. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Snyder were held this week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lazarus, 1671 S. W. 18th St., announce the birth of a son May 4 at Jackson Memorial hospital. = THOMAS GUNN HEADS DADE SAFETY COUNCIL WEDDINGS BmTHS Pfc. and Mrs. Murray Dacks left last week for Houston. Texas, where Private Dacks is stationed with the U. S. army military police. The couple were married April 22 in Miami Beach. Mrs. Dacks, the former Phyllis Greenberg, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grecnbcrg. 715 N. E. 74th St., and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dacks, 731 N. W. 28th St. The couple both attended the University of Miami. PERSONALS Mrs. Max Kupferstein, accompanied by Mrs. J. Falkenstein, left Tuesday for New York, where they will spend several weeks. Mrs. George L. Newman and daughter, Mrs. Edward A. Targ, of New York, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newman, were called to Chicago to await the arrival of Mrs. Targ's husband, Captain Edward A. Targ from Hawaii. They expect to return to Miami to attend the Ncwman-Galdstone wedding in June. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stuzin announce the birth of a daughter, Judith Diane, May 5, at St. Francis hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Halpcrin announce the birth of their daughter Marleen at Victoria Hospital Friday, May 4. The father is in the U. S. Naval Reserve stationed at San Francisco. The mother is the former Helen Mintzor and resides with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer, 1843 S. W. 9th St. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk announce the birth of a son last Friday at St. Francis hospital. Mr. Turk is president of Sholcm Lodge, B'nai B'rith. TALMUD STUDY GROUP TO CELEBRATE A SIYUM The Talmud Study Group of the Congregation Beth Jacob will celebrate a Siyum marking the close of a season's study of the Tulmudic Tract Chulin. The close of the period of study will be celebrated with a collation and song. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, teacher of this adult j course, will present a Hadran. There will also be brief messages. The event is to take place this Tuesday, May 15, at 8 p. m. at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, 301 Washington Ave. Sam Schachno is chairman of the arrangements committee. The public is invited. Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. Personalized Bracelet for Mother's Day 3O60 2 With appointment of Thomas A Gunn, safety engineer, as manager of the Dade County Safety Council and establishment of permanent officers t Central school 275 N. W. Second St., a year around program ,* %  £ %  '•?,,*": duce the county's high ***** rate was put into operation this week • %  Taking over the new position Gunn, who has been in charge of the Army Air Forces safety program at Miami Beach for the past Ve "If' the Army in the midst of fighting a war considers safety oi such importance that it has its own safety branch surely we civilians should take an equal view of its importance. That we are not doing so is shown by the unfavorable accident record here. "Greater Miami has its own special problems, such as tourists and lack of sidewalks, but these and other problems can be overcome through the program now being set up. Accident rates have been greatly reduced in other cities, and we can accomplish the same thing when all oi us are made aware of the problems and give our active cooperation." As field engineer and organizer for seven years with the National Safety Council. Gunn has specialized in reducing high accident records and in setting up programs similar to the one starting Monday. He has helped establish safety councils in Newark. N. J., Wilmington, Del.. New York City and other cities along the eastern seaboard. PHILIP CHASIN TALKS TO B'NAI B'RIT H LODGE Philip Chasin addressed a gathering of 200 men and women at the monthly meeting of Sholcm Lodge, B'nai B'rith last Tuesday. He spoke on the value of B'nai B'rith membership, following which a dramatic presentation of the work of the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee was presented, through the voice of Qucntin Reynolds by way of recording. Mr. Chasin is executive director of the Joint Defense Appeal of the American Jewish Committee and ADL and is here for a brief visit. A QUESTION ON "LAG B'O MER" Question: What is the origin of the festiv?l called "Lag B omer (occuring this year on Tuesday, May D? Answer: "Lag B'omer" literally translated means the 33rd day of the Omer (i.e. Sefirah). One of the reasons for the required abstinence from joyous festivities during the period between the Passover Holiday and the Feast of Weeks (Shevuoth) was the terrible slaughter that befell the students of Rabbi Akiba during that season at the hands of the Romans. In accordance with certain historians the number of days of slaughter, although dispersed, total thirty-two. Some writers contend that they were the first thirty two days after the first day of Passover. To the latter group the thirty-third day of the count would be the actual day in which all the murders were stopped. To the former group it would be merely symbolic of the fact that there were but thirty-two days of actual slaughter. For either or both of these calculations the thirty-third day itself was decreed as a day of rejoicing. Some have even declared this day as the Jewish "Arbor Day" probably because of the season in which it occurs. There is even another reason given for rejoicing on this day. The 18th of Iyar, which is the Hebrew Calendar date for "Lag B'omer" is the anniversary of the death of Rabbi Simeon Ben Yochai. It is related that this great and saintly scholar learned that the Roman Emperor had ordered his death. Consequently he fled to a cellar in which he dwelt for 12 years until the Emperor died and the order was automatically relinquished. Later on, he died a normal death. The fact that he later did die a natural death instead of the horrible fate ordained for him by the Emperor was regarded as a miraculous event of special significance and thus the day of his death was made a day of gaiety and frolic to celebrate the victory of the scholar over the tyrant. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. Ted Sakowitz has been chosej to lead the newly-formed Em^l Club of the Miami "Y." !" URSSin 555 UNCOlN rfQAD MIAMI MACH ncwamiv r FLAGUR'AT 3-d \Op&n JJ.-JS fflPiTOl &p&ri 11:45 \ AT THREE THEATRES A thrilling spectacle of human courage and adventure PAUL MUNI in u Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. plus tax Make up your own personal message for this Mother's Day and have it engraved, without charge, on the nine links of this sterling silver bracelet. Enduring and smart ... a gift that Mother will love. MIAMI STORE, JEWELRY, STREET FLOOR Custom Built VENETIAN BLINDS Cornice* Renovated ami Reftnished Estimates Free. 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+Jewlst) fhrldUan PAGE FIVE nn ARVAN OPENS %  tfTOMSSS been released after 29 months of du y in the service, has opened his offices for the practice of dentistry at 2 9th St., Miami Beach, phone 5 8-205b. BEACITDEMOCRATS TO SPON SOR R ALLY The Miami Beach Democratic Association will sponsor the first of a series of political rallies on Mav 24. Max R. Singer is executive secretary, and permanent clubrooms have been established at 512 Washington Ave. MYER^TO RETURN FROM N. Y. MEETING Stanley C. Myers, honorary president of the Miami Federation, has returned to the city this week after having attended a meeting in New York of the National Allotment Committee of the United Jewish Appeal, of which he is a member. Some three million dollars of 1944 campaign funds were to be allotted at this meeting. BETH JACOB TO INSTALL THIS SUNDAY Installation of the newly elected officers and board of directors of Congregation Beth Jacob will take place Sunday night. May 13, at 8 o'clock in the Community building, 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Officers to be installed are: David Goldstein, president; Harry Wasserman, 1st vice president; William Mechlowitz, 2nd vice president; Marcie Liberman, treasurer and Martin Genet, secretary. Following trie ceremony, the Sisterhood will sponsor a surprise package party where the admission for ladies is a package and men will be admitted free. The packages will then be auctioned with Dr. H. L. Mechlowitz acting as auctioneer. A program of fun and surprises, including entertainment and refreshments will be presented. A gala evening is in store for all who attend. Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Sisterhood present, is in charge of arrangements and serving on her committee are: Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg, Mrs. Harry Genet, Mrs. Joseph Brenner, Mrs. Anne Berow, Mrs. Sam Schachno, Mrs. Lillian Q. Mills, Mrs. Harry Zeilinger, Mrs. A. J. Safra, Mrs. William Mechlowitz and Mrs. Rose Weiss. Mrs. Harry Genet and Mrs. Paulina Chill are in charge of refreshments. POWELL SEEKS TO KEEP COUNCIL SEAT D. Lee Powell, realtor, announced this week he would be a candidate for re-election to the Miami Beach city council, June 5. Powell was appointed to the council in July, 1942, to fill the post left vacant when Baron de Hirsch Meyer resigned to enter the armed services. He was elected to a full term in 1943. Interested in efficient municipal government operation, Powell, after taking office, took the lead in negotiations resulting in the city's receiving a franchise tax from the Miami Beach Railway Co. to compensate for wear on city streets. A former vice-president and director of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors, Powell has participated in real estate and home building business in Miami Beach for 22 years. wiM be a c r o m pan t e cl o n the piano by Henry Gregor, University of Miami faculty members. Since 1919 the renowned 'cellist has served at his present post with the Boston symphony. Alterations — Maintenance Carpentry Present or Future Jobbing Please write, 2539 S. Bayshore Dr., Ph. 4-5408 Before 6:30 p. m., Cortright MIAMI ZIONIST DIST. PLANS DINNER-DANCE The Miami Zionist District has announced a gala dinner dance for June 4 at Lilley's Restaurant, Biscayne Blvd. Harry Gordon and Jerome Weinkle are serving as co-chairmen of the affair and have announced that local night club entertainment will be presented as part of the evening's festivities. The affair is being staged to raise funds for the National Emergency Fund of the Zionist's San Francisco World Conference activity. Reservations are now being solicited and may be made by calling Mrs. Schwartz, 2-1864 or Mr. Weinkle, 3-0601. BEDETTI GUEST AT U. OF M. SUNDAY MRS. WEINSTEIN TO REVIEW FOR A.J.C. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review Edmund Stevens' "Russia Is No Riddle" for the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress this afternoon, 1:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. This book has been recommended by the Book of the Month Club and former Ambassador Joseph E. Davies "as a fine piece of objective reporting." Jean Bedetti will be the guest artist presented by the University of Miami Sunday afternoon, May 13, at Miami Senior High school at 4:30. The famed first violincelist of the Boston Symphony orchestra AMERICAN DAY MAY 12 Citizens in the Greater Miami area will be given an oportunity to celebrate "I Am An American Day" at the Bayfront Park on Saturday, May 12, the committee in charge announced. The felebration is in line with the proclamation issued by President Truman designating May 20 as a day of celebration honoring newly naturalized citizens and native-born citizens who have reached their majority. MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE ELECTION OF OFFICERS At a meeting of the Miami Service League held April 30 at the "Y," the following officers were unanimously elected for the coming year. Honorary president, Ann Koven; president, Sylvia Chertkof; first vice president, Molly Kauffmann; second vice president, Dorothy R. Kaplan; secretary, Frieda Levine; corresponding secretary, Juliet Stone; treasurer, Faye Weintraub. The board members are: Jean Silverman, Rose Ginsberg, Ruth Hohauser, Sari Furman, Ann Pastroff, Ann Shier, Martha Miller, Helen Bloom, Lil Friedman, Jennie Levinson, Hannah Scher, Mildred Weissel, Sadye Weinberg, Lil Rosengarten, Ada Green, Gertrude Michaels and Bess Abraham. The nominating committee consisted of Mesdames Helen Bloom, Rose Ginsberg, Lil Friedman and Dorothy R. Kaplan. In charge of the meeting was Mrs. Murray Koven. Plans are being made by the organization for an installation luncheon to be held late in May or early in June. 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i I PAGE TWELVE Jew 1st fk>rid Ian raiDAY. MAY The Kosher Butcher By Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky To the average man and woman, the Kosher Butcher is another merchant, and another business man. While one merchant sells dry goods, another, clothing, and still another, hardware, he—the "kosher butcher" sells-or, is to sell—kosher meat and meat products. To some extent the average person's opinion is correct. The kosher butcher is to give you r home before you come to his customer the right weight, and good merchandise like any other business man, etc. If, however, a close analysis is given to the role of the kosher butcher in the Jewish community, to his influence in the Jewish home, and to the effect he has on the Kashrus observing population, we find an entirely different picture. The person who buys the kosher product, his whole house is conducted in ways layed out by i the Jewish code of laws of Kashj ruth. He does not use any meat! unless he salts it, and kasherizcs | it. His pots are kosher, and, so are his silver and dishes. Indeed, all his eating utensils are prepared and cared for within the rules and regulations of the laws of the Shulchan Oruch. It is his ideal, it is his belief, il is the way his father lived, and, he wants it just so. He is charged more money, and he gladly pay it. be! cause he believes that he gets that which he pays for. He believes in the traditional laws of Kashrus. cause it involves only a loss in and he has peace of mind while; money. There is however a greater injury, and. that is the mhe is under the impression that his home is really Kosher. Now, let us see, for one momen 1 who is the person who controls our Kosher home? Is it the Rabbi? No, definitely not. The Rabbi is the guide in Kashrus. He is to tell you how to make a thing Kosher. He is to advise you what is Kosher, and what is not Kosher, when you come to ask him. But he has no actual control of come to him with your problems. How different it is with the position of the Kosher butcher in the community, and in the home. It is he who supplies the Kosher product, and therefore, the whole Kashruth of your home depends on him. Should he fail in his duties; should he falter in the Kashruth; should he misrepresent the Kashruth. your efforts to have a Kosher home is in vain. The money you spent is lost and the work you put in for that purpose is wasted. About the cooking and eating utensils you must ask a: Sha-aloh (making an inquiry of the Rabbi who specializes in these problems). And, he will tell you how to handle each and every type of utensil pending on how it was used and the kind of material it is made of. In some cases the Rabbi will have no other alternative than to tell you: "I am sorry, it is treif. Throw it out." But all this is not so bad beseparate the Kosher from the non-Kosher, and many more things. These are essential requirements. No Kosher meats may be obtained from any one who does not meet the requirements prescribed in the Shulchan Oruch (Jewish Code of Laws). The Greater Miami Vaaa Kakashruth is the organization which aims to supply you witn the assurance of getting the Kosher product from the real Kosher butcher. In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship 137 N. will Safe in Appelbaum TEMPLE ISRAEL. Reform. E. 19th St.—Friday evening services 8:16 p. m. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan preacn on "Is Democracy America?" Rabbi Saul B. will read the service, MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON CREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.— Friday night lervlcea ftl I ; %  m Saturday moriilnK servi.es :it !>:•• a. m. Junior services at i": ;! •' ">•• %  '" runrlurtecl by the Juniors. lierresliments served by the ladles auxiliary. Rabbi Simon April will %  peak O portion of tho week. Mill'Im :>t in. followed by Si-halos SnM...M.iaiiv. V-K Day service! Sunday at 11 II. 111. the T p. and Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave. Friday evening services al I p. m. I'urini; services al 10:00 a. m. Saturday a special V-K Hay prayer will be recited, Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss "Final Victory To Come." Junior services at 10 :'." %  m. Rabbi Shapiro and Can'or Abraham Friedman will officiate. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Conservative. 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach Kabbalas Shabbas at 7:15 p. in. Saturday morning service al :• a. m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on the weekly portion of the law. Cantor Emanuel jured conscience. This cannot beiBarkan will chant. Junior congregarepaired even if and when the butcher will repay for the loss in money. That is a spiritual injury, an injury which cannot be healed. The Jewish law therefore prescribes that a Kosher product must not be bought from anyone who is not a "Ne-emon Umuchzek" (trustworthy and known as being a pious Jew in Kashruth himself). He must be a Shomer Shabbos and also have other lion service at 10 a. m. Bible Class al 1:42 ]i in. Mlnchati al 6:45 p. in., followed by shaiosh S'udos at 7 p, m. Dally services al a. m. and 7 p. in. TEMPLE S 1 ., Miami -. n Ice al will preach BETH SHOLOM. 761 41t Beach. Friday evening p. in Rabbi Leon Kronish on '•Loyalty." Mrs. Max Korshak and Mr* Bmanuel Qoldstrlch will be hostesses. Cantor Louis Hayman will officiate and lead the Congregational Singing. Sabbath services at la a. in. qualifications. He must have the Orthodox. 311 Washington Ave.. knowledge of the various parts of >ml = Beach.-d-Viday^ -;;;;;;*,-. meat and veins which are not Kosher. He must know how to WELCOME TO THE OPEN DOOR RESTAURANT Serving Breakfast. Luncheon, Dinner, From 7 A.M. to 12 P.M. 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Awards and certificates will be distributed during the program, presented bv the children ,if the various i liss.s Religious School sessions will continue dallv from 4 to 7. until the close of tinpublic schools. Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. 1111 Lincoln Road '.2 Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President PILOTS and AIR LINE PERSONNEL Full coverage Old Line Legal Reserve Insurance with Life Income now available. No Exception On Flights Give Date of Birth Write Postoffice Box 4016 Miami 25, Fla. r7IOS.W.I2thAV. MIAMI UAI-i VJftL J-J4J/_J YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME W OFFIC1AU.Y REPtt$£HT TK MAJORITY OF NORTHERN WISH FlMRAl HOMES Inlvmatan Gladly fumiwW on *,! SERVINC MIAMI BEACH 1 MIAMI Exclusively Jewish OBITUARIES BENJAMIN FELDMAN Benjamin Ftldman, 47. died at 907 IM, lid Ave, Miami Beach. He came from Hartford, Conn., eight yeaniaj. Survivor* Include bis wife. Mrs. Sallio l-Vldman, and two daughters. Mrs. Blossom Rosenberg and Mrs. Marilyn Schneider, all of Miami Beach. ServIces were held in Riverside Memorial chapel. With burial In Mt. Nebo cemetery. NORMAN BAMBERQ Norman Bambergi 51, of f 23 Alton Road Miami Iteacb, died ill il hospital Saturday. He came to Miami elRht rears IMO and was il hotel owner and women's sho| erator. He was prominent In fraternal activities. Surviving are the Widow, Mrs. (Jertrude Bambergi two .sons, Harold Hamburg, USA. overseas, and Henry Hamburg of Miaim Beach, and a daughter. Mrs. Judith Rose, of Miami Beach. Funeral services wire held at Klversldo Memoral ohapel with burial In Mt, Nebo cemetery. LEO BLUM I*eo Blum, 30, a restaurant operator, died at his home. 70 N. W. 25th 8t. He came from Mountalndale, N. Y., two years ago. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Charlotte Blum, and a daughter, Joann, both of Miami; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blum, and two In others. Sidney and Alex, all of Mountalndale, and another brother, Herman, with the United States Army in Italy. Services were held In the Palmer chapel. Burial followed In Mt. sinai cemetery. MRS. BERTHA ARONOVITZ Mrs. Bertha Aronovlts, 53. of 845 Collins Ave, Miami Reach died this week. She came to Miami six years ago from Brooklyn, N. Y. She Is survlved by the husband, Abram. of Miami Reach. The body was shipped to Brooklyn by the Riverside Memorial chapel. GUY LOUIS GOLDSMITH Private funeral services were held al Palmer Funeral Chapel Wednesday afternoon for (>uy l/mis (ioldsmtth, formerly of 1461 Meridian Ave.. Miami Reach, who passed away In Brooklyn. N. Y. last month. Burial followed In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. I&t c, .i"L TijGUST BROS Ry^ ..** Is the BEST.' ERE FRIDAY, MAY 11; American Jewish P— Friday R.. V |,., %  1 0 "* r *• SUNDAY. MAY 13 %  > %  MONDAY, MAY 14: Regular Hadassah mull. National ChMriS^SS*I Hade County chapter hi. 40 Head. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jewistimeridian FRIDAY. MAY M GOLDSTEIN RETURNS TO LAW PRACTICE E. Max Goldstein, recently returned from two years and ten months service as combat intelligence officer of the AAF, has opened law offices in suite 26A, 600 Lincoln road building. He holds the commission of captain, served in China, India and the United States. Goldstein, a Floridian from early childhood, has been a Miamian for 20 years and is well known in the greater Miami area, where he has practised law for 16 years. ZUKERNICK URGES VOTERS TO REGISTER Attorney Harry Zukernick, prominent Beach civic leader for! ten years, and candidate for the | Miami Beach city council race,' urged all voters to register early. "Only a few days remain until j May 15. at which time registrations close for the June 5 munici%  pal elections. It is the civic and patriotic duty of each citizen to take a voice in the selection pf, the men they wish to guide the i destinies of our city in the comj ing post-war period," declared i Zukernick. In discussing his views on Miami Beach's post-war planning, I Zukernick stated, "I favor a full time city department devoted to the coordination of all activities on behalf of sen-ice men and women, with the view of presenting a true picture of Miami Beach s important contribution to the war effort. We owe them a moral obligation and we must also realize that they constitute a great reservoir of post-war good will. Thereafter, the department should be converted on a permanent basis to develop and direct an over-all hospitality program for tourists upon whom our economy largely depends. The post-war period will see a tremendous increase in tourist travel to this area, and it is of primary importance that we be prepared to handle this increased volume with maximum efficiency." LABOR ZIONISTS TO OBSERVE SHEVUOTH MORTGAGE BURNING PROGRAM_CANCELLED The mortgage-buring celebration of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, originally set for May 20, has been cancelled. H. M. Drewich. chairman of the committee, announced that the outstanding program scheduled for this affair could not be arranged at this time and therefore the committee felt that postponement was necessary. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert have moved into their new home at 3930 N. Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. Buy More War Bonds. Under the direction of Mesdames A. Sirota and Mrs. A. Minses, the Labor Zionists of Greater Miami in cooperation with the Pioneer Women's organization will hold a Shevuoth celebration Sunday 8:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach Y.M.H.A., 1 Lincoln Road. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be the guest speaker. The entertainment program will be headed by Cantor EmanV uel Barkan of the Jewish Centoa Proceeds of the event will go to the Jewish National Fund. Keep on buying War Bonds HIS RECORD OF SERVICE IS HIS ENDORSEMENT ELECT DR. MAURICE KLEIN YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN FOR MIAMI BEACH TUESDAY. JUNE 5th. 1945 World War Veteran Pd. Pol. Adv. ,*<-**** ~-*'^. 1 "The People's Champ^.. SAM GOLD I FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN Vd Pol. Ad. ASK FOR FARM HOME PICKLES A Product of Manhattan Pickle Co. Dlttributed by Florida Provision Co 172S N. W. 7th Av.. Phon 2 ;, U) Pearl Broi. LET'S ALL WAIT TO CELEBRATE ICTORY EVERYWHERE The day of victory has dawned in Europe. Our armies and their fighting allies have crushed the last organized resistance inside Germany. The fangs of the fascist serpent have been broken. But this is no time for jubilation, no time t for dancing in the streets. The monster in the East is still strong, still able to inflict heartbreaking losses upon us One down, one to go! Let's all work harder, pray harder. This is still our fight... let's finish it together! BELCHER OIL COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1915 MIAMI AND PORT EVERCLADES. FLORIDA ask ior KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are In Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision CO., Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripurc ^ Water DELIVEREO TO TOJB H0 SCALL0M 50TTLE %  %  • 60{ CASE OF SIX N TABLE BOTTLES m Plus Bortlf Deposit' PHONE 2-4128 S35M?3* /* the BBST_